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There is no more excuse
I for an idle dollar than
? for an idle man,
THE BANK LAU RENS
ulled the Oliver
^ all day aivd
feels like ? colt
If the horses feel that way,
how do you suppose the man
who has been holding the
handles feels ?
Probably mighty well satis
fied with himself, and glad
He has done more work,
better work, and with greater
ease?simply because he used an
OLIVER PLOW. 3
Why don't you be one of these men?
We will be glad to show you the plow?to answer
questions?and to convince you that this is the plow
for you to buy.
"built for service"
J. D. CULBERTSON
Madden, S. C.
Look over your Wardrobe and Household Fur
nishings. Anticipate your Spring Needs. Have
them ready when you DO NEED THEM.
Many pleasing changes and much economy are
easily possible by FOOTER'S Famous Methods and
Cleaning and Dyeing
None other can give you the benefit of long expe
rience, modern appliances, or serve your needs as
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TILLHAN ON THE FENCE.
Won't Say Whether He Is for Blease
or for Jones. Says People can Be
eide for Themselves.
liy P. ii. McGowan.
Washington, April 26.?Senator
Tollman of South Carolina will he
"hands off" in the Palmetto State
gubernatorial election this year, ac
cording to a statement Issued by him
here today. For so' to time there has
been considerable speculation as to
whether he would support Judge Ira
D. Jones who left the supreme court
bench to oppose Cole I.. Please, now
governor, for another term, or would
support the governor. Some have said
that he was for Jones while others
have maintained that he would stand
by Mease. All doubt, however, was
set at rest when the senator issued tho
following signed statement:
"My attention has been called to a
statement by tho newspapers and ru
mors In some parts of South Carolina,
that I have said I would support Gov.
lilease for reelection. There are also
rumors and statements that I am go
ing to vote for Judge Jones.
"I want to say once for all that I
announced early last fall that I would
be 'hands off' in the coming light for
governor, and I take this occasion to
repeat that statement and to assure
the people of South Carolina that if
I should see any reason to change my
attitude of Impartiality between the
two candidates. I will announce it ov
er my own signature.
"I beg them to give no heed to any
statements, reports, rumors or asser
tions coining from any source con
trary to the above. It is none of my
business. The people are perfectly
competent to decide what man they
want for governor, and I shall leave
! it to them."?The State.
? Princeton Locals. *
Princeton, April 22.?Dr. J. B. Brltt
attended the State Medical Associa
tion which convened in Columbia last
Mr. Pelham Knight is at home from
the Atlanta medical college.
Misses Maude Machen and Allie Da
vis attended the county oratorical con
test in Laurens Friday evening and
remained over until Sunday, the guests
of Mrs. R. A. Cooper. .
Mrs. Gossett of near Holidays visit- 1
ed her daughter, Mrs. E. L. Ridgeway !
Mr. Frank L, Morrow of Helton spent 1
the week-end with relatives here. 1
Among those from here who attend
ed the contest in Laurens were Misses
Maude Sharp. Annie Lee Arnold. Su
san Dritt. Emma Wotborn. and Misses
Ludie and Fstelle Taylor and Mrs.
T. Davenport, Messrs Sloan Bagwell,11
Allie sharp. W. I. Freeman, Arthure
Brltt, Bramblett Woods, Q. E. Welborn.j
Elbert Freeman, Thos. Freeman Clary
McCuen, J. M. Wood, Houston Wood,
Lawrence Taylor, Garvey Ridgeway,!'
James Stone. Jos. T. Davenport and '
On Wednesday, April 24th, Miss Amy I
Jamleson was happily married to Mr.
Eugene II. Putnam, at the parsonage
of the Second Baptist church by the'
pastor. Rev. L. S. Shealy.
Helps a Judge in Itud Fix.
Justice? Ell Cherry, of Gillis Mills,
Tenn., was plainly worried. A bad sore
on his leg had haflled several doctors!
and long resisted In 11 remedies. "1
thought it was a cancer," he wrote.
"At last I used Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, and was Completely cured."
Cures burns. Dolls, ulcers, cuts, bruis
es and piles. 2."> cents at Laurens Drug
Co. and Palmetto Drug Co.
0. (>. Thompson.
Our good and loyal old friend Hon.
O. G. Thompson, doesn't have to ask
for re-election to tho probate judge
ship this year. He ought to be given
a life tenure In that responsible ofllee
without ever again having to go he
fore the voters asking them to "stick"
as he, the gallant old confederate, did
on many a bloody field back In the
fearful sixties. Keep O. G. Thompson
in the harness for all time.?Clinton
DANDRUFF AND ITCHING
SCALP YIELD TO
Why should you continue to exper
iment with salves, greasy lotions and
fancy hair dressings trying to rid your
scalp of germ life. They cant do it
because they cannot penetrate to the
seat of the trouble and draw the germ
life to the surfac of the scalp and de
Why not try a PROVEN REMEDY?
One that will do this. We have a rem
edy that will rid the scalp of germ
life and In this way will cure DAN
DRUFF and ITCHING SCALP.
This remedy is ZEMO, a clean, re
fined, penetrating scalp tonic that goes
right to the seat of the trouble and
drives the germ life to tho surface
and destroys it.
A champoo with ZEMO (ANTISKP
TIC) SOAP and one application of
ZEMO will entirely rid the scalp of
dandruff and scurf. Do not hesitate,
but get a bottle of ZEMO today. It
acta on a new principle and will do
exactly what wo claim for It.
Sold and endorsed In Laurens by the
l.aureus Drug Co'.
SUNDAY SCHOOL QUESTIONS.
(Copyright. 1910. by Rev. T. S. Lin
Bcolt, i). D.)
Poverty and Riches. Luke vi:20-20;
Golden Text?A man's lite consist
ed! not in the abundance of the things
which he possesseth. Luke xli: 15.
(1.) Verse 20?Wherein consists the
blessedness of poverty?
(2.) Did Jesus mean that it was
blessed to be poor or In the fact that
the poor were to be delivered from
(3.) Why should the poor be more
entitled to the kingdom of t!ou than
(4.) Verse 21?When a good man is
hungry or when he weeps, is he going
through, for the time being, the best
possible experience for him and is
therefore blessed? Give your reasons.
(f>.) If hunger Is necessary in order
to getting and enjoying food, nnd lf|
weeping Is an essential preparation for
laughter, why are not these experi
(6.) With the world and human na
ture constituted as at p. osent, would
it be a blessing or a curse, and why,
if all hunger, weeping and other pain
(7.) Verses 22-211?Wherein consists
the blessedness of being hated for
(S.) Under painful circumstances,
even when recognized and blessed, is
it always possible to be joyful and
happy? Why or why not?
(9.) if, for example, we are not Bllf-iJ
faring great pain, which is to resultM
by and by in infinite pleasure, why j <
would not a realization of the truth! 3
make our hearts glad? |j
(10.) Verse 24?What is the one
great penalty for riches?
(11.) What can you say .for or
nirnlltsl the statement that it is wicked
to he rich ami virtuous to he poor?
(Tills is one of the questions which
limy be nnswered in writing by mem
bers of the club.)
(12.) Verse 25?What is the great
woe of those that, having plenty of]
food and worldly amusement, have no
desire for spiritual joys?
(13.) Verse 26? Is It possible for a
man who is willing to please Clod to
have all men speak well of him?
(14.) XVI: 19:23?How is it that In
ill time some have been very rich and
some very poor?
(15.) Which, and why, tends most to
?oodness, great poverty or great
(16.) Why did the poor man go to
leaven and the rich man go to hell?
(17.) Why Is there no necessary vice
)r virtue in being either rich or poor?]
(IS.) Verses 24-26?What does this
dory teach concerning any alleviation
if the suffering of the lost?
(19.r Verses 27-31?If Wesley and
Knox were to come back to the earth | ^
ind preach, would they win more peo- ,
pie for Christ than they difl when here
before? Give your reasons. v
Lesson for Sunday, May 12, 1012. k
The law of Love. Luke vl:27-38; \C
Rom. xiii: 8:10.
Bible Question Club
I have read the Suggestive Ques
tions on the Sunday School Lesson
published in The Advertiser, also
Lesson itself for Sunday
(Date) the series of 52.
Your Questions Answered.
If you would like to havo answered
any particular question each or any
week from "The Suggestive Questions
on the Sunday School Lesson" by Rev
Dr. Llnscott, send in your request to
this olllce, giving tho date of the les
son and the number of the question
you wish nnswered. You may select
any question except tho one indicat
ed that "It may bo answered in writ
ing by members of tho club." I)r
Linscott will answer the question*,
either in these columns or by mail
through this offlce. Don't forget to
state what benefit these "Suggest!
Questions" are to you. Oivo your full
! name and address. Send your lettors
to "The Question Editor of The Ad
vertlser, Lnurens, S. C."
Cannes Dlsslness, Nervousness, Bil
iousness, Sick Headaches and Sleep
You know that most of the ailments
named above come from an out of
order stomach. ,
When your food reaches tho stom
ach it should digest and furnish nu
tritious matter to the blood.
If it doesn't digest, but lays heavily
on your stomach, it has started to
When it ferments it sets loose in
tho stomach poisonous gases which ir
ritate the gre&t pneUIBOSastrle nerve
that leads directly from the braaln to
That irritation causes heartburn,
dizziness, nightsweats, nervVusness,
and other ailments.
MI-O-NA is guaranteed to end all
stomach misery, or money baack. 50
cents at Laurens Drug Co., and drug
nu/\n na Ii I
Brick, Lime, Cement, Crushed
Stone, Coal and Brick.
We have just received a fresh lot of the famous
Kinghan Hams and Breakfast Bacon. We sell them
whole or sliced to suit you.
Our Fancy Groceries
Are all fresh and our store is a model of cleanliness. These
two qualities are winners. Call and let US show you.
J. C. SHELL & CO.
May 7th, 8th and~9th.
Account above occasion the Atlantic Coast
Line, the Standard Railroad of the South, offers
special reduced Round Trip Rates from all stations:
Selling Dates Final Limit.
May 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th, 1912
7o reach original starting point not later than
midnight of May 15th, 1912, uuless deposited for
extension by original purchaser, with Jos. Richard
son, Special Agent, No. 414 Fourth St., Macon, Ga.,
not later than May 15th, and upon payment fee of
50 cents, limit may be extended to June 5th, 1912.
For rates, schedules, reservations, etc., call on
Ticket Agent, or address
T. C. WHITE, G. P. A.,
Wilmington, N. C