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$10.00 IN GOLD FOR FIRST
PRIZE IN EACH DISTRICT
$5.00 In Gold For Second .
Prize In Each District
SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE WHAT COUNT
Do Not Let Your Little Honey-Bunch Get Behind. Ask
Every One You Meet for a Subscription. It is not too
Late to Enter Your Child. Get In the Race (Now.
Winners of the Special Prizes.
DISTRICT NO. I.
Clemiegene Teague, first Prize.$.">.tMi
Flora Elizabeth Bennett, Second Prize.5.00
Sarah Rebecca Klcliey, third Prize.?'?.00
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Gladys Fuller, Waterloo, s. ft, Flrsl Prize."?.o<>
Lois Nash, ("raj Court, Ii. F, D. No. I, Second Prize.5.00
Irene Owens, Groj Court, It. F. D. No. I, Third Prize.5.00
HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO SEE VOUK LITTLE CHILD PEEK
ING AT YOU FROM Til LSI) COLUMNS I
When you mail in the naune of the child you wish to nominate in
the Children's Contest, kindly send a photograph of the child at the
same time. Wo will reproduce them In the paper absolutely free
of charge. If you haven't got one that is suitable, come* to the (On
test Office and we Will arrange to have one taken free of charge.
Oliver, the up-to-date photographer, has been appointed official
photographer of the Children's Contest. Wo employ an expert so
that our pictures will be satisfactory. Remember, first come, first
served, so If you want to have the honor of seeing your little one
among the lirst to be peering at you from the columns of the paper
do not delay.
Six doar litle children profited as]
a result of last week's race. So greal I
was tho rivalry that the children ran ;
practically neck and nock. A number |
in both districts just missed reaching ,
tho coveteil goal. The prizes were lor j
tho largest number of new suhscrip
tlons. A subscription for six imontbs
was just as good as one for live years.
All tint was necessary was that it was
a new subscription. We congratulate
the winors on their respective victo
ries, and we also congratulate those
who lost by stu li narrow margins on
the splendid work they did. You must
all remember that you got the votes
towards winning at the close and he
cause some child won a five dollar
gold piece does not necessarily mean
that they are ahead on votes. You
still have a very good chance to win,
not only a special prize, hut one of
the large prizes as well. There is one
question we would like to ask. Are
there no enterprising young men on
our list? Eevery prize this time was
won by the girls? How about it boys?
The Contest .Manager wishes to an
nounce that on the Stil of Nov. she
will give $10 in gold to the child in
District No. 1. turning in the largest
number of yearly subscriptions be
tween tho 2fith of Oct. ami Nov. 8th
(inclusive). To the child turning in
the second highest number wo will
give $? in gold. Also to tho child in
District No. 1'. turning in the highest
number of yearly subscriptions we
will give $10 in gold and to the child
turning in the second highest number
we will give $? in gold.
It Is well to turn in t.io subscrip
tions as soon as you get til0111, so that
the paper may be started to the sub
scribers at once. It is not necessary
to have all of your votes published in
newspaper. Wo will give you a spe
cial coupon ballot which you may
hold until the last week of the contest
if you wish.
It. is not too late to send in your
child's picture. If we receive it this
week we will still have time to gl t it in
the paper. It is not too late to nom
inate a child, but it is advisable to get
the name In as soon as possible and
get started gathering votes.
You had better get started at once
gathering Subscriptions for the paper,
as we do not believe that any one can
by just gathering coupons. Of course
thoy help to run your score up and
every vote counts towards winning
one of the large prizes at the close of
the contest, but we tiro quite sure that
tlic otto who works faithfully and dil
igently on subscriptions will bo the
one who comes out alioad on tho last
night. For ovory yearly subscription
you got alno thousand votes and it will
take quite a long time to gather that
many votes In coupons. Take our ad
vice and COtno to the Contest Oilieo and
got a subscription hook and go to work
getting subscriptions. It will be those
who see the wisdom of this who will
be In the race.
Summon all your courage and sec
if you cannot be the winner of the $10
in gold those next two weeks. Remem
ber, it is for yearly subscriptions. A
subscription for two years counts you
for two yearly subscript ions, one for
a year counts as one yearly, etc., and
the highest number wins tho ton dol
lars in gold. For instance, if some
child should have five yearly suscrlp
tlons to her credit and the next one
should have four yearly subscriptions
the one with the live would win tho ten
dollars and the one with the four
would win the live dollar gold piece.
At the same time they get nine thou
sand vrtos oft every year towards win
ning ono of the largo prizes at the
close of the oostest. While you are
working for yearly .subscriptions and
getting us many as you possibly can
to win the $10 in gold you are at the
same time heaping up votes towards
winning the $150 in gold and the title
of "Most popular child I? Laurens
and vicinity." (let your child's name
in the list. l>o not be the only one
with a pretty and popular child to be
left out of the race. You have just as
good a chance to win as your neigh
bor. Co to work and try.
District No. I.
All territory within the corporate,
limits of I.aureus.
.lohn Richardson. 4226
Ruby Templeton. 1750
Margaret McCravy. 1025
Tpccoa Barle Clary. 10450
Sarah Rebecca Richey. 5175
Clomiegcne Teague. T**>7r>
Flora Elizabeth Dennett. 4125
Nell Sanders. 1750
Lucia Tumblin. 1275
L. \V. tligby, .It. 1275
Catherine Hicks. 1375
Lillian Oarrett. 4300
.lohn Cannon. Jr. 1076
Laura HudgOUS. LIT.".
Carolyn Hudgens. inL'.'i
J5m Dunklin. Jr. 1 100
Dorothy Norwood. 1 125
Ducket Young. 4200
Clarence Albright. 10026
Vermello Caino. 1150
Toccoa Gray. 60251
Fred Roper. 1025
Martha Boyd. 1025
Eva Taylor. . 1075
Sarah Elizabeth Swygett .. .. in.'.*.
Williaiin Bramlctt. 1250
Litzic Thompson. 1025
Chalmers Armstrong, Jr. 1025
llaskcll Sanders, Jr.I 150
District No. ?_?.
All points outside the corporate lim
its of Laurens.
Laurens, R. F. I >.
Mary Caldwoll, R. F. D. 5 . . . . 1325 I
Capers Simpson. R. F. I). I .. I Ten!
Emma Cheek, R. F. D. 4 . . . . 7.025 |
Addle R. Davis. Watts Mill 4050
Merle Shaw, R. P. I). 1 . . . . 10075
Margaret Culdwcll, lt. F. 1?. 0 . . I02y
Margaret Rolle Moore, R. F. I >. ? 1025
Fred Cunningham, R. F. D. t . . 1025
Ota. S. C.
Charles Dlnkely. 1275
Gray Court, S. C.
Marvis Claire Curry. 1025
Thomas Rogers. 1026
Mary Wed Is. 1025
Eugenic Willis. 10150
Virginia Owings. 1025
Chas. E. Ycargln. 1026
Margaret Dee Curry. 10175
Lena Baldwin, R. F. D. I . . . . 1150
Lois Nash, R. P. D. 4. 1100
Irene Owens. R. F. D. 1. 1025
Lttcllo Baldwin. R. F. D I . . . . 1025
Crier Smith. R. F. D. 3. I 12.'.
Clinton, S. C.
Samuel Glenn. . 4025
Ahlen Bailey. 10025
Lucy Bailey. 1020
Martha Phillips. '"2.".
Emma Little. 1025
Martha Young. 1025
Mayinc Lee Wright. 1025
Marion Polkton. 1025
Thomas Parr. 1025
Jenaotta Boland. 1025
Ruth Galloway. 1025
Rosen Banks. 1025
.lack 11. Davis. 1025
.lames Edmond Ferguson .. .. 102.",
Waterloo. S. C.
Frances Teague, R. F. D. 2 . . 1025
Gladys Fuller. ?'.Ton
.less!" Elizabeth Saxon, Rt. 2 .. 4150
Harold Culbcrtson, R. F. D. 1.. 1025
Barksdale. s. C.
Janlo Boyd. R. F. I). 1.1325
Fountain Inn. S. C.
Mildred Cox. 1025
Rouss McKnlght. 1025
Essie McKelvey. 102.".
Eleanor ""oods. 102.".
Lucile F 'ids. 10175
Elina Wi, s. 1025
Mary Nichols. 10325
Agnes Colcman. 1025
Lottie Woods. 1025
Dorothy Parsons . 1026
Mary Hughes. 1 150
Ansel Meadors. 1025 \
May Jones. 1025
Sarah Nash. 102?
Lawrence Templeton. 1525
Bonnie Edwards. 1025
Doris Stokes. 1025
Gladys Garrett. 1025
Owlngs, S. C.
Alice Owlngs. 102.*.
Louise Owlngs. 1026
Grlco Hunt. 1026
William Cook. KMT.".
"laude Moore. 1025
Preston Moore. 1026
Sarah Owlngs . . . . 1026
Ethel Smith. 1025
Rot Hill. 1025
John Popp. 1026
John Thompson. lOVfi
Maud Owlngs. 1025
Ross Temploton. 10125
Goldville. s. C.
James Lnwrenee Lnnford . . .. 1026
Lillian P.rannon. 1025
Mary Campbell. 1150
Leroy Campbell. 1025
Sarah May Glonn. 1026
Mary Francos Hale. 10125
Lnnford Station. S. C.
Gussie Landlord. R. F. I>. I .. 1026
Virginia Garrctt. 1026
Margaret Drutnmond. 1026
Pauline Waldrop. 1026
Catherine Wolff. 1025
Mildred Ijnnford. 1026
Alllc May Taylor. }025
Annie May Patterson. l025
Helen Homer. 1025
Knoree. S. C.
Tino.bee Shaw. 1026
Roy Mills. 1020
Fletcher Hogers. 1025
Waller Montjoy. 1026
Dan Ynrborougb. 1026
Helen Vincent. 1026
Clay Crisp. 1025
.1. P. Johnson, Jr. 1025
Mouutville, s. c.
Agnes Young. 1025
Tess Hill. lt. F. D. 1025
C'ross Hill. S. C.
Mareil Campbell. i".-'.'
lOmma .1. Dial. 2125
Hugh Lcntunn. 1025
Nellie Wells. 1025
Ott roll Dukes. 1025
Alma1 Coleinaii. 1025
Anabel Gregory. 1025
Lola Boyco. 1025
Virginia MeSwain. 1025
('.race Hilt. 1025
Sarab GoggtUlS, R. F. D. 1026
Grady Chandler. 1026
Ware Shoals, S. C.
Wadlo Dower. 1025
Wcldon Bagwell. 1026
Dick Ivey. 1025
Maggio Davis. 1025
Carl Lewis. 1200
Lovey Dlxoa. 1025
Carlton Harrison. Inj.'.
Lewis South. 1 <?'-?'?
Tholma Young. 1025
Ethel Freeman. 1025
Katie Kooil. 1025
Cathorlne Pndcrwood. 1025
Qrover Jenkins . 1025
Wore Shoals. S. C, lt. F. I?.
Lois Pitts. It. F. D. I . 1025
Itarneli O'Dell, lt. F. 1? l 1025
Jiminie Be Id n. It, F. D. 2 . . . . 1025
Ml K, SB, SHIM Vt II,
I \ IMGLSTION <Ht t; \S
Take "Rape's Diaiicpsfn" and in lite
minutes jon'M wonder what liecanie
of miser) in stomach.
Wonder what upset your stomach
which portion of the food did the dam
age do you Well, don't bother. H
your stomach is in a revolt: if sour,
gassy ami UpSOt, ami what you just
ate has fermented Into stubborn
lumps; head dizzy an.I aches; belch
gases ami acids and eructate undigest
ed food: breath foul, tongue coated?
just take a little I'ape's Diapepsin and
in live minutes you wonder what be
came of the Indlgestlour and distress.
Millions of men nu.rl women today
know thai it is neeiUTss to have a bad
stomach. A little BrTln pepsin occasion
ally keeps this delicate organ regu
lated and they eat their favorite foods
If you: stomach doesn't take care of
your liberal limit without rebellion;
if your food i* a damage instead of a
help, remember the quickost, surest,
?most harmless relief is I'ape's Diapep
sln which costs only fifty cents for a
large case at drug stores. It's truly
wonderful it digests food and set
things straight, so gently and easily
that it is really astonishing. Phase,
for your sake, don't go on and on with
a weak, disordered stomach: it's so
Thomas Dlxon Reading His New Play "The Leonard's Snot*- to the Members of Ills Company.
The Boss goe
EARLY, HE BEGAN
PUTTING MONEY i
in the Bank E&
to be YOUR OWN
Someday a business
NOW .HE'S THE B%?B
Young man. if you wish
BOSS, start a bank account,
opportunity will present itself and you will have the
money to take it. All big fortunes began that way.
Once you start, things come easier each year. When
you need it, it will he where you can get it to grab a
good business opportunity.
Make OUR batik YOUR ban',,
We pay interest in Savings Department.
? N. B. DIAL. Pres.
G. 11. ROPER, Cashier
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I "IKE & LITTLE" I
I INDISPKN DENT I
! PRESSING CLUB:
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<$> Ladies' and Gentlemen's 4>
^ Clothes. ?|
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VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
71 lie res of land just mirth 01" business ti nln <i Cltj <>T Ian
ions, within corporate limits, sliorl distance front < ilj School prop. '-^
.it). One truant house ami stuhle, ncrc* in r- ii 111 % sit !<??>, hnl- ^?
ani l' k|?lon?lf?l original fores! c*\<*<*|illoruilljk line la ml hiiM?-4*|?tll?V(! ^
of development into rcsiili'iice h>ls. Price icrj reasonable, (', IL *
llarksilalc, as I vcculor, ^
ll'.l acres of land inl.loinJnu llial described in above ail., hut nearer ^"
to ( it> School proper!) ami business portion of ( in. Sinne i-linr? ^*
uclcr of laml 15 acres i? cuIth alien, mosl of hafnine tan original
forest. One .'broom tenant house, carriage house anil harn, Well ^
of line water. /Iiis i-. (lie tines) proper!) in Ihr (il\ limil . Price ??
SIM'll ii s In in a I? (' iL as well as the proper! J described in .Iii ail., if
the lies! IllH'sllllClll oil lll<: inarl.it.
People u Im w sh bn ran ins in real eslale or to laws! foi i nllls ^
will du well to confer with me promptly, ?'
C. D. Barksdale
% LAURENS, S. C. ^