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Madden, March 3.?Did you ever
notice what a difference the sun
brightly shining has on one? .Meet a
neighbor while the rain is pouring,
or the genial rays of the sun obscured
by flying clouds and the world with
him and you is truthfully "out of joint''
?he limps painfully with the rheuma
tism?you feel' the touch of the old
grippe, but the sun shines out bright
ly and presto! The world is a good old
place after all! May old Sol beam
lovingly upon us for the next week
Ti* friends of Mr. John R. Finley
will be glad to hear that he vts at
his usual place at Sunday school aftc.
a confinement to the house for quite
a while with cold.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin and Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Flnley spent Tuesday
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. R.
The many friends of Miss Maggie
Lou Martin of Laurens, will bo glad
to know that she is getting over her
serious spell of rheumatism and was
out a few days last week visiting rel
Miss .Tuanita Martin is visiting Miss
Josio Martin and other friends and
relatives in Clinton.
Mr. J. A. "Wofford who will be the
next week at Anderson, spent Sat
urday and Sunday with Hiomefolks
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shaw and sons
of Cold Point and Prof. Culbertson
and family were the Sunday guests of
the family of T. S. Langston.
Mr. Walter Thompson who is on a
vIbR to his father, Judge Thompson,
is spending part of his time while
with us In lending a helping hand to
the housewives of the community by
putting their machines in "ship ahapo"
for tho spring sewing.
Somebody has interested themselves
so very much in our behalf that wo
will, for a while at least receive our
mall from Laurens, It, F. IV It re
mains to he seen however, whether wo
shall live tho innovation or not. Some
times you know "a half a loaf is
bettor than none," hut not often, es
pecially not, when we realize that by
warming the wax In tho other follows
ear the whole loaf can ho obtained!
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Thad
Moore are congratulating them on the
arrival of tho now hoy. Mrs. Roper,
of Rabun, is now with her daughter,
Mrs. Mooro. Mother and babe are
Mrs. Charlie Martin, who Is here
from Texas on a visit to relatives had
tho misfortune to fall and break her
arm while visiting near Coldville. Her
many friends will he delighted to
hear she is getting on splendidly and
while of courso we deeply sympath
ize with her in her misfortune, yet we
congratulate her on being so fortunate
as to fall In the hands of such splen
did nurses as her kinp^oplc, the Mes
dames Crawford, Monroe and Dickert.
There is very general satisfaction
here over the announcement that Lau
rens Is to have a candidate for gov
ernor in 1914. "We generally know
gubernatorial timber when we sec It
and Rob Cooper of Lauren3, measures
tip fully to the standard?he Is of the
calibre, the fibre and the quality of
which statesmen are made. Success
to you Mr. Cooper in your very laud
able ambition to bo governor of South
? HILLSIDE JTEWS. *
Hillside, March 3.?Three cheers
for Wood row Wilson, democratic
president of tho United States!! By
tho time this goes Into print Mr. Wll
Gon will have been Inaugurated presi
dent This correspondent was a Wil
son booster long bofoTe the Baltimore
convention. Tho democrats now con
trol the presidency, tho senate and
the house of representatives, and Its
up to them "to mako good."
It looks as if there's going to be
plenty o* ofllce-seekers for tho 1914
voters to jast his ballot for. Hon. R.
A. Cooper of Laurens, Is tho man for
tho governorship. Years ago Mr.
Cooper taught school near this place.
Ho probably romembers some of the
present citizens of Hillside.
Mr. Edd Rradley has moved back
into our community.
Messrs. O. F. Weathers and John
Rradley. made a business trip to
Mr. and Mrs. W. Y. Weathers visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Sims of Rabb
town, Saturday night.
Ground Is still too wet to plow In
this community. A very heavy rain
fell hero Friday night.
Hon. Charles I). Smith passed
through Hillside Saturday.
Messrs. S. H. Eskow, G. F. Wonth
ors and Robert Aborcromblo woro In
Fountnln Inn Saturday.
Thero will bo hundreds of bushels
ef potatoes produced In this locality
this year if seasons move favorable.
Already, a few of the farmers havo
ordered between twenty and thirty
thousand potatoe slips. This repre
sents only a portion of what will be
*set out" if seasons permit. One
farmer here ordered ten thousand.
More corn too, will probably be pro
duced here than ever before. The corn
club boys of last year set a new pre
cedent In farming that will no doubt
he followed by others.
Mrs. Talithla Sumerel is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. W. A. Nelson, of Pair
Miss Rebecca Henderson, one of
Hillside's school teachers, has return
fed to SilnpsonvlllG.
According to an article appearing
in the Greenville News of February
28th, Greenville county -will be ex
empted from the compulsory educa
tional law. The men who sit in the
legislature and draft the bills that
mako our laws, know not of the great
need for compulsory education In the
"back countlos." Greenville county
certainly needs this law.
The condition of Mrs. Adallne
Thompson is somewhat grave. Her
death Is expected at any moment.
Many friends and relatives are con
stantly at her bedside.
Mrs. Caroline Peden is dangerous
ly ill at this time. Her many friends
wish her a speedy recovery from her
News has just reached Hillside that
Mrs. Minnie Sims, of Babbtown, is
dangerously 111. Her condition has
been gradually growing worse She
probably has pneumonia. Little hope
is entertained for her recovery, though
hor many friend haven't yet despaired1
Of her life.
Rest Known Cough Remedy
For ifortyJlhree years Dr. King's
Now Discovery has been known
throughout the world as the most re
liable cough remedy. Over three mil
lion bottles were used last year. Isn't
this proof? It will get rid of your
cough, or we will refund your money.
.T. J. Owens, of Alleudale, S. C,
writes tho way hundreds of others
have done: "After twenty years. I
find that Dr. King's New Discovery
is the best remedy for coughs and
COUlda that I have ever used." For
coughs or colds and all throat and
lung troubles, it has no equal. 50c
and $1.00 at Laurens Drug Co. and
Palmetto Drug Co.
Lanford, March 3.?'Miss Nora Can
non visited in Laurens last week.
Mrs. James Byers and little daugh
ter, of Hondersonville, N. ('., are
spending some time with her parents
hvro, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Johnson.
Mr. W. P. Patterson is in Spartan
burg visiting this week.
Mr. J. B. Harmon was a business
visitor to Laurens Saturday.
Mr. U M. Cannon was in Laurens
Mr. J. M. Deshlolds went to Spar
Miss Bessie Brown attended the
teachers' meeting at Laurens Friday
night and Saturday.
Mr. R. A. Wash and two children
spent the week-end at Capt. J. W.
I .an ford's.
Misses Louise Wolff and Grace De
shields spent Saturday night and
Sunday in Spartanburg.
Prof. Woodruff is able to be back at
Iris school this week. Wo are glad
to see him out again.
When the chost feels on fire and
the throat burns you havo indigestion
and you need DR. M./A. SIMMON'S
LIVER MEDICINE to/ got rid of tho
disagreeable feeling. It drives out bad
ly digested food, strengthens the sys
tem and purifies tho bowels. Price
25 cents per package. Sold by Lau
rens Drug Co.
? TYLER8YTLLE HOTS. *
j Tyleravlllo, March 3.?Mr. J. S.
Oralg spent Sunday with his mother.
Mr. J. W. Donnan was a visitor In
Clinton last Wednesday.
Misses Paulino Byrd and Lila Clark
attended the locturea In I^aurons Fri
day night and Saturday.
Mr. J. W. Patterson of Lanford Sta
tion, spent several days last week
with Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Poolo and
Messrs. F. L. Donnan, T. P. Poolo,
S. O. Clark and Martin Poole, spent
Saturday In Laurens.
Miss Mattlo Belle Peterson visited
relatives in Laurens last week.
Miss Krama Donnan spent last Mon.
day night with Miss Lucy Donnan.
Many suffeicrs from rheumatism
have been surprised | and delighted
with tho prompt rellof afforded by ap
plying ChamherlafuB Liniment. Not
one case of rheumatism in ten re
quires any intornal treatment what
ever. This liniment la for sale by all
We Are Everlastingly
Looking out for the interest of our Friends and Customers. We are
receiving our New Spring Stock daily and we want to assure you that
we are going to have some of the best values that it has ever been our
good fortune to offer. We want you to visit our store. We want you
to see for yourself that there is no exageration in what we have to
Ladies' Spring Coat Suits, One-piece Dresses,
Waist and Skirts, Beautiful Silks, Fine Cotton
Voiles and Wash Goods of all Kinds.
We are going to show the Greatest Values in up-to-date Millinery
that has ever been shown here.
Lots of Shoe Values in New Clean up-to-date Styles.
_Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats and Furnishing of all kinds at prices
that can't be matched for quality and styles.
We can do you good if you will only give us the chance. Watch
out for what we have to say from time to time. Weiare going to save
you Money this Season and will mean money to you to watch out for
the values* we are going to offer.
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA
Gasoline and Kerosene I
Sold in air-tight Iron Drums.
Convenient to handle. Deliver in
small quantities in city.
R. ML Eichelberger
Agent Gulf Refining
No Danger of Stomach Distress or
Indigestion poo Take Digests!
Eat what yon want and "Dlgostli."
Two or thrco tablets nflei eating pre
vents thai full uncomfortable feeling
?It digests all the food arid makes!
your stomach f<oi flno. Brown's i>i
ge8tlt Is nn aid to Digestion, quick
certain rollof for Indigestion, and a
permanont remedy for stomach up
sets. It Is perfectly harmless, flno for
children as well as grown>upa. No
uro to suffer tho tortures of Indlges'
tion, Sour Stomach, Clos, Delchlng on
other np-so'.- IM; ? ;ii rollOVCfl fluW'k
Iv; almost Immediately after it in*? n
I dose your stomach feels -"^h\ :-s new
Dlgestlt has brought relief to thou*
sands- why pot you? Try it oil Out
guarantee. VYe nre so confident it
[ v. in help you w<> will give back youi
Imonoy if it fails Ool package to
day and try it after eating. Just see
[tow It helps your tired overworked
i stomach digest the food?no distress
1 Loureas Drug Ca.. Laureas, SL C,
CHAILESTON & WESTERN CAROLINA RAILWAY.
Change In Schedules, effective 12:01 a. m, Sunday, Nov. 2G, 1911.
Main Lino ?Spartanburg Division Spartan burg-Augusta.
N. B.?The following schedule Dgures aio published only as information
and not guaranteed.
12:40 p m
Lv August Ar
I ^n ford
Ar Spartanburg Lv
6:60 a m
Greenville Branch? Laurens-Greenvllle.
2:12 p m
4:10 p in
Lv Laurens Ar
Ar Greenville Lv
7:00 a tn
13:20 p m
You judgo a man not by what ho
promises! to do, but by wlyit ho has
d~no. Tliis Is tho on1y/ truo test.
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by tnis standard hn ; no superior. Peo
ple overywhore speak of It in the
highest terms of praise. For salo by
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iure sit;u v(>ii MOT I 'S NERVERHAK
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make lifo worth living, lio imo un<t ask for
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