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A MESSAGE TO WOMEN
Who are "Just Ready to Drop."
When you are "juse ready to drop,"
?when you feel so weak that you can
hardly drag yourself about?and be
cause you have not slept well, you
get up as tired-out next morning as
-when you went to bed, then you need
lelp right away.
Miss Lea Dumas writes from Ma
lone, N. Y., saying: "I was In a badly
run-down condition for several weeks,
hut two bottles of Vinol put me on
my feet again and made nie strong
and well. Vinol has done nie moro
good - than all the other medicine I
If the careworn, haggard men and
women, tho pale, sickly children and
feeble old folks around here would
follow Miss Dumas' example, they,
too, would soon be able to say that
Vinol, our delicious cod liver/and iron
Temedy, had built them tWaud mado
them strong. . *
It Is a wonderfully strengthening
and Invigorating body-builder, and wo
eell It under an Ironclad guarantee
of satisfaction. You get your money
back If Vinol docs not help you.
LAURENS DRUG CO.
Laurent, S. C.
Should be rewarded with
a present of some kind.
There is nothing more
pleasing or more lasting
than Jewelry. And there
is no better stock to select
from than ours.
Are You Going
To Give a Medal?
If so we can furnish you
with the better kind, gold
or silver and can do the
engraving in the desirable
style and promptly.
FAIRS MAY COME
FAIRS MAY 00
:-: BUT :-:
J. H. Sullivan's Store Forever
Germun Millet Need
Spring Penniless Seed Barley
Red Rliss Irish Potatoes
IVhite Dent Seed Corn
Improved Golden Reut Seed Corn
vBlount's Prolific Seed Corn
Sngar Garden Seed Corn
Amber and Orange Cane Seed
Silver Skin Onion Sets
Bunch and Pole Seed Beans
Seed Sweet Potatoes
?Chicken Feed?Cotton Seed Meal.
Henry Cloy Flour, the best by test.
Welcome all at The Big Store.
Laurens, S. C.
B. R. TODD
Engineering and Contracting
Land Surreys a \Specialtjr
Concrete Work Skillfully done or in.
Drawings and estimates of all Kind.
Telephone No. 346
Laurens, S. C.
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have you overworked/your nervous sys
ptm and cauiied trouble with your kld
p?y? and bladder? l/ave you pains In
loin*, side, back and/htndder? Have you
ft (tabby appearanccVfcf the face, and un
der the eyes'1 A frequent desire to pass
orlne? If so, Williams* Kidney Pills will
cure you?DniKKlst, Price 60c.
W1LLJAMS MFC. CO., Props., Cleveland,Ohio
LAURENS DRUG CO.
Laurensi S. C.
Oratorical Contest at Kock Hill At
tended by Large Crowds. Wo Ford
Rick Hill, April LT).?Delivering a
?splendid oration from the subject,
"America and Peace", Marion A.
Wright, representing the University of
South Carolina, won the annual South
Carolina intercollegiate oratorical con
test here tonight. Julien C. Hyer,
speaking on "To Bach Child Its Own
Pest Chance," won second place for
Wofford while third place was award
ed to W. L. Fenster of Fur man, who
spoke of "A Great Political Peace."
?Nine South Carolina institutions
were represented In the annual moot
ing held in the Winthrop college au
ditorium. The speakers spoke In the
following order: 1). T. Lauderdale,
Brskine, "Defeated But Victorious;"
(i. H. Ballentine, Newborry, "The Up
j lift of the Rural South;" M. A. Wright,
I University of South Carolina, "Amer
ica and Peace;" B. W. Dabbs, Jr.,
The Citadel, "Lawlessness Must
Cease;" \V. L, Feaster, Furinan, "A
Greater Political Peace Inevitable;" .1.
S. Mclnness, College of Charleston,
"The Problems for Solution;" G. C.
Nlckles, the Presbyterian College of
South Carolina, "The Crown of Crea
tion;" J. C. Hyer, Wofford, "To Each
Child Its Own Best Chance;" T. C.
Haddon, Clemson, "Farm Problems."
The judges tonight were: John Gary
Evans of Spartanburg, J. M. Douglas
of Davidson college, N. C, P. A. Bon
ham, of Greenville, J. M. Spears of
Darlington, A. L. Gaston of Chester.
A large crowd had assembled In
the Winthrop auditorium to greet the
orators. W. II. Scott of the Univer
sity of South Carolina, president of
the association, presided. The audi
torium was decorated with pennants,
representing the contesting colleges.
A feature of the evening was music
furnished by the glee club and choral
society of Win-throp college. Dr. D. B.
Johnson, president Of Winthrop col
lege, made a short talk after the
speeches were concluded. Later a re
ception was tendered the visitors at
Winthrop. Tonight at Friendheim's
hall the annual dance of the Rock Hill
Gorman club was given In honor of
the many visitors to Rock Hill.
Newberry and The Citadel clashed
in two sanies of baseball this after
noon and tomorrow afternoon the
University of South Carolina will play
Davidson college of North Carolina.
HILLSIDE NEWS. *
.Hillside. April '2S.?.1. Edward Tolli
SOU is seriously ill at this rime. Mr.
Tollison has be,on very sick for the
past few days. Wo sincerely hope that
it will be the will of Him to speedily
restore Mr. Tollison to perfect health
aftain, and to rightly guide those that
keep vigil watch o'er him.
Earl Smith has been very sick, but
is much hotter at this writing.
J. A.Peden and F. L. Wodthors,
were in dray Court, Sunday.
Master Tr?mer Slmlh is very sick.
His condition has grown gradually
worse tor ihe past day or two.
The Baptlsl Sunday school conven
tion of the GreenvlllO association
meets with Hillside Baptist church on
the 3rd and Ith of May. Prominent
men of Sunday school work have
promised to attend and deliver ad
The writer was in the Dials sec
tion. Sunday, and snw some wheat,
mown by Mr. W. II. Buttles, that will
measure from 3 1-2 to 1 feet In height.
Mr. Suttles Is one of those farmers
who are making two oa:-* cf cirn
whore one grew before This man ia
helping to bring back the good name
of South Carolina.
Master Earl Thompson is sick.
Mrs. Essie Thompson has been very
111 for the past few days.
D. Willlo Thompson was the guest
of Arch Peden, of Falrview, Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Abercromble
I were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nick
Woods, of Dials, Sunday.
This issue of the Advertiser will go
into the hands of two more of the
"Hillside, folks," through the courtesy
of the writer.
Miss Iconic Eskew has taken up her
school work again at Fork Shoals.
Here's hoping her the greatest suc
The population of Hillside grows
pretty fast. For the last twclvo
months there was an increase of about
fifteen or twenty por cent (estimated).
Some of these warm summer days
we're agoing to take a census all our
Use DARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC
FLUID in the houso and In the stable.
It Is as good for animal flesh as It Is
for Mio human body. It heals sores,
cuts, ragged wounds, colic, dysentery,
galls, chafes, scratches, distemper,
hots and worms. There Is hardly any
limit to its usefulness about the home.
Price T>0 cts per bottle. Sold by Lau
rens Drus Co.
The object of Mothers' Da>* Is to re
call the memories of the mothers that
are gone and through loving words
and loving care to brighten the lives
of the mothers that remain; to help
children and men and women to great
er blesslugs In honoring their fathers
and their mothers.
This day will call back mother's
prayers, mother's dying words, and
the promises made to mother by the
big boy that still mourns her. On this
day he will stop to think a little of
what she was In her life to her family.
Orthors who are blessed with their
good mother still near them, may
show then- appreciation by some deed
of gratitltde and love. If away from
home, write her a love letter, send a
telegram, use the long-distance 'phone
or special delivery ,->f the postotlice.
Mothers' Day is for every creed,
class, race and country. It is not de
nominational. Social, fraternal, civil,
military and religious organizations;
official, professional and business
classes are all asked to pay homage
to mothers on the second Sunday in
While any white flower may be
worn, the white caration is the Moth
ers' Day special Flower. Its white
ness stands for purity; its form for
beauty; its fragrance for love; Its
wide Held of growth signifies charity;
its lasting qualities, faithfulness?all
a true mother's attributes.
The day may be observed through
special sermons, exercises, or address
es in honor of "Our Mothers," and by
the wearing and distribution of the
white flower in connection with such
occasion. Generous provision should
be made for getting to special ser
vices the aged and other "shut-Ins."
Mothers' Day affords opportunity for
us as a nation to pay tribute to our
country-women who, as pioneers, col
onists, and as "best citizens" in war
and peace rendered to their country
noble and valiant service through
their sufferings, privations and hero
These "heroes of heroes" in ni'iiy
Instances not only sacrificed their
own lives through their many hard
ships, but loyally gave to their coun
try lives more precious to them than
their own?the lives of their hus
bands, sons, fathers and brothers!
ESvery race and class of our brave
patriots are, praised and tholr graves
decorated on the Memorial Days of the
North and South, but these true-heart
ed and noble women have not been
honored by us as a nation!
These heroic country women are not
buried in our national cemeteries,
but the memory of their suffering and 1
sorrow is burled In the mother-loving
and patriot hearts of our people.
So the chivalrous, the grateful, the
mother-loving of the North, South,
East and West, are asked oil the sec
ond Sunday of our National Memorial
month of May to wear next to their
hearts a simple white flower -prefer
ably the white carnation -that we as
patriots, as comrades, and as sons and
daughters, miay show gratcVuil and
If possible send a white flower to
others as a message of sympathy or
brotherhood. Remember the sick or
unfortunate in hospitals, homes or
prisons, and those who labor on this
May Sunday for your comfort.
If we all give our hearts to this
loving service, it may become one of
the most beautiful days of our lives.
The minister will p roach of the
Father that pitleth His children and
of the mother who comfortolh her
child. The addresses in the schools.
Ill the Christian Endeavor gatherings.
Brotherhood and other meetings will
have reference to mother; the hymns
sung will be those that mother liked
best, and other hymns that mention
Those responsible for the celebra
tion of .Mothers' Day wish it under
stood that no one is authorized to
raise funds in the name or for the
furtherance of this movement. The
originators of the plan are using ev
ery effort to discredit irresponsible
parties who claim to be securing
money for Mothers' Day.
Drive Siek Headaches Away
Sick headaches, so' r gassy stom
ach, Indigestion, biliousness disappear
quickly after you take Dr. King's New
Life Pills. They purify the blood and
put new lifo and vigor jlur the system.
Try them and! yon wllli/be well satis
fied. Kvery pill helps; every box
guaranteed. Price 2r>e. Recommended
by Laurens Drug Co. and Palmetto
Special Excursion Rates.
To Chattanooga and return, account
of Confederate Reunion, $6.45. Tick
ets on sale May 24 through 28. Good to
return May 20, 101 :i.
To Spartnnburg add return, account
South Atlantic MuAlc Festival, $1.75.
Tickets on sale A/rll 20, 30 and May
1, good to return May 4.
P. .1. NDLSON
City Ticket Agent.
Can you do without an Oil Stove?
At our prices It will cost you very
little to have one. No heat?no smoke
?no odor?no danger?If you use a
"Process Blue Flame," they bake like
a brick oven, better come and let us
show you how simple they arc.
S. M. & E. II. WILKBS & CO.
NEWS FROM JONES. ?
Jones, April 28.?Mr. John llljiglns
has returned home after an absence of 3
two years In the west.
Mr. Qrinke Graham has a fine gar- ^
Supervisor McOombs was In our ji
Mr. and Mrs. George Mcllwain re
cently visited the hitter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. .1. H. MeNineh.
Mr. C. L. Smith of Abbeville, was
the guest of Messrs .1. A. and W. 11.
Hill last week. 4
Mr. Hilly Coehrnnc, of Algarys. and i"
Messrs Smith and Nabb, of Shoals
Junction, were recent visitors to our
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Davis, of Don
alds, visited relatives here last week.
Wo recently met the following
friends: lion. M. J. Ashley and (\ K.
Harper, of Honea Path. Dr. Carloton,
Judge Mratin and W. P. Williamson,
of Donalds, Col. Jas. Machen, of
Princeton, and Alf MeNineh of Bkom.'
. Mr. Wilmot Smith visited relatives
in Laurons last week.
We were very sorry to hear of the 1
death of Mr. Young Moore of Colum
bia, lie was a native of 1.aureus, a
brave ox-Confederate, a staunch pa
triot, a warm hearted friend and we
tenderly sympathize with the bereav
Messrs. Walter and Frank Jones
were In Greenwood Wednesday.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Thomas
O'dell, a son.
Miss Olivia Jones has finished teach
ing in Greenville county and has re
Miss Mary Jones has returned to her
work at Knowlton's Hospital in Co- j
Miss Dorcas Graham, of Ware
Shoals, was the recent guest of Miss
Don't forget the date of our picnic
Thursday, May 1."? and be sure to at
tend. Ware Shoals Co. has kindly con
sented to meet all trains on that day
which will be a great accomodatlon
to those who may come by rail.
Old Friends Meet.
Associate Justice It. C. Watts, or
the state puprcmc court, spent sever
al hours it. Spart anburtr yesterday. He
was on his way from I.aurens to Asho
Vllle, N. C , Where ho noes to visit his
son, Cash Watts, who is sick in that
city. While in Spartnuburg Justice
Watts was the guest of his old friend,
lion. T. P. Trhnmier, register of deeds.
DE ITH OF MKS. GOODGION.
estimable l.nd\, a Former llestdont of
This County, \> Im l.a(cl) Lived in
Mrs. Kate c. Goodglon, relict of
the late Joel R. Goodglon, died at the
home of her daughtor, Mrs. W. 13.
Griffin, of Groonvlllo, Friday night,
April 25th. The funeral services were
conducted at her home in Grconvlllo
by Dr. Miller, pastor of Pendlcton
Street Baptist church. Her body was
brought to Cray Court Saturday af
ternoon and taken to Goodglqn'fi bury
ing ground where the remains were
Interred, The burial services were
continued a.t the grave by II. h. Dng
gott, of Cray Court. The lovely flow
ers, which Completely covered the
gravo, showed the love which her
friends had for her.
Mrs. Goodglon was seventy-four
years old, and is survived by four
children, as follows: Mrs. II. S. Wal
lace, of Cray Court. Mr. W. B, Goodr
glon, of Gainesville, Ga., Mr. j. G.
Goodglon, of Greenville, Ga., and Mrs.
w. io. Griffin, of Greenville, s. C, all
of whom were with her when the end
Mrs. (Joodgio nwas a resident of this
county for a number of years, and her
death will be keenly felt-by her large
circle of friends here. We deeply sym
pathize with the family in their sore
bereavement, for when a loving moth
er dies, there Is a vacant place in the
home that can never be filled again.
At that solemn hour of death, in
the shock of the blow, and in the hush
"We know not what it is, dear, ,,
This sleep so deep and still,
The folded hands, the awful calm,
The cheek so pale and chill;
The lids that will not lift again,
Though, wo may call and call,
The strange, white solitude of peace
That settlers over all."
. For Burns, Bruises and Sores
The quickest and surest cure for
burns, bruises, boils, sores, Inflam
mation and all skin diseases in Buck
len's Arnica Salve. In four days It
cured L. H. Haflln, of Iredcll, Tex.,
of a sore on hla anklo which pained
him so he could hardly walk. Should
be In every house. Only 2f>c. Recom
mended by haurens Drug Co. and Pal
metto Drug Co.
Don't delay Coming to select your
Refrigerator, hot wave coming, and
we are selling numbers every day, If
yon come now we can give you a com
plete line to select from, our Refrig
erators are ice savers.
B, M. & R. II. Wllkes & Co.
Warm Days Here
The natural result is the serious
thought of comfortable attire and the log
ical place to buy is at TERRY'S.
The tempting display, the choicest
Fabrics have been culled from the season's
choicest offerings, makes shopping here
much to your advantage.
We are especially proud of our Ladies' J
Pumps and Slippers?the newest styles, the
best quality, the most reasonable prices.
Many new arrivals in Laces, Embroid
eries and Dress Goods.
The Nobbiest Wearable for the Men
can be found here.
THE BUSY STORE
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I FLY TALK! f
^ HE owns the house during the summer ^
<?> months. Screen door and window screens <^>
^ can't keep him out. There's but one thing ^
<^> to do--fight him after he's in. Here's Fly <^>
SPaper that will catch him as soori as he <$>
lights?and he'll light on it, too, for he likes ^
<^> the sweet smell. Fight the flies to a finish. <^>
I POWE DRUG COMPANY |
^ Next to King Motel Laurens, South Carolina ^
LAURENS INS. AND REALTY CO.
Dealers in all Kinds of
Insurance and Real Estate
Now is the Time to Buy Houses and Lots
While the Prices are Reasonable.
We Offer the Following Property:
One choice lot South Harper Street 91x210 $1,300.00
One choice corner lot next to A. D. Gray Sou... Har
per Street 91x210 $1,400.00
One lot (front A. D. Gray; South Harper Street
One nice lot Chestnut Street 83x100 a bargain $450.00
One nice lot part Franks Property South Harper
Street 150x200. $200.00
One new 7 room house and lot Gordon Street,
a bargain. $1,000.00
One farm 43 acres and house 7 miles from city $625.00
Three nice lots Oakland Heights. $200.00
J. T. Poole's beautiful house, 11 rooms, 4 1-2 acres
land with all modern conveniences $6,000.00
We have other bargains and will make terms right.
Laurens Insurance and Realty Co.
Carlos R. Moseley J. A. Roland
Laurens, South Carolina