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12 PAGES. PART 2, PAGES 9 TO 12
$20.00 IN GOLD TO BE GIVEN
IN EACH DISTRICT NOV. 22ND.
Three Ways to Pile Up Votes?In Your Quest
for Subscriptions do not Overlook the Cou
pons and Tickets.
SUBSCRIPTIONS TO BE THE BATTLE CRY
Ask Your Friends to Trade Wich the (Merchants Who
Are Giving Tickets?If You Cannot Get Your Friends
to Subscribe Now, Get Their Promises to Give it to
You Later?The Contest Does Not Close Untii Dec. 6.
WINNERS OF TI1K SPECIAL PRIZES.
DISTRICT NO. I.
.Miss Plciulcgene Teagiie, First Prize.*io.<m?
Miss Small Rebecca Rlchoy, Tic for Second Prize. 6.00
Master li, ?. Illgby, .lr? Tie for Second Prize. 6.00
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss Km nut .1. Dilti, Cross Hill, Pirst Prize.$10.0(1
Wss Gladys fuller, Waterloo, Second Prize. 5.00 J
The little race for special prizes closed Saturday night with two <>f 111?
childron n tie for second place in District No. 1 and several others behind
just a very little. Wo have added an extra live dollar geld piece, and will give
each of the children live dollars instead of dividing the five dollars thai was
given for second prize. In District No. 2 the race was even more keen and
exciting than in (District No. 1, and we must say, if the candidates of No. 2
show the same energy and perseverance during the balance of the contest
i-hat they have shown up to this time, Daurens will have to take second place
and SOO their competitors in District No. 2 carry off the title of "unost popular
child" and the $ 100 In gold.
The Contest Manager has a vory
special offer to make this week. To i
flio child, in each district, turning in
the highest number of (months by Nov. |
22nd, 1913, WO will give $2(1 in gold.]
The winners will be the children
turning in tin; highest number o( i
months. A subscription for six months :
counts for six months. One for a year
counts for twelve ninths, one for two ]
years counts for 24 months, one for
five years for 00 months. Suppose, j
for instance, you should get a subscrip- j
lion for six months, one for a year and !
one for two years, the total number]
of months would ho 42 months, and
to the child in each district who has
the highest number of months we will
give $20 in gold.
Everybody lias an equal chance in
this race, the field is open to all. It
is a fair field and no favors. It will
depend entirel) upon how much inter
est you show in your child's cam
paign. If you are not interested and
go at it in a half-hearted way, how
can you expect your friends and neigh
bors to be interested. If you are al
ready hustling for subscriptions, cou
pons and tickets, if you continue to
hustle right, up to the last imoment,
you are very likely to be pleasantly
surprised as the result of your labors.
?> There is room for plenty of good
work In both districts. Carry your
campaign with you wherever yon go. j
Talk contest to everyone you meet,
and don't, bo discouraged by any of
the stories afloat. Ninety-nine of
these stories are not true, nor could
t.hey be true if one Just stopped to
think it over in a cool, dispassionate
manner. Do not let anyone who is
prompted by envy turn you aside from
Do something on every day of the
week, not merely one day. but every
day. Ask everyone you meet to trade
with the merchants who are giving
tickets, Instruct them that they must
as It for tickets at the time they make
the purchase. Don't be beaten and
above nil do not get discouraged.
Would you admit, even to yourseif,
that some other child stands higher in
the public estimation than yours?
Tiiis ought to be a banner time for
all. With $20 in gold In each district,
your friends surely will give you their
Subscription if they ever Intend to,
To those who ?ro in nrroars <m their
subscriptions it should be n filonsure
to pay the charming solicitors that
we have in the field at prosont. There
is nothing that ono can do for a inotli
it that will please her or compliment
her so highly as to do something for
her child and when you take a sub
scription to The Advertiser you are
doing that very thing.
District No. I.
All territory within the corporate
limits of Laurcns,
John Richardson. 9850
Ruby Templeton. 10750
Margaret McOravy. 1025
Toccoa Barlo Clary. 19S75
Sarah Rebecca Uie.hey. 15060
Flora Elizabeth Bennett. 13425
Nell Sanders. 4760
L. w. Higby, Jr.21275
Catherine Hicks. 1376
Lillian Carrott. 13925
John Cannon, Jr.1017")
Laura Hudgens. 13375
Carolyn Hudgens. 102."?
Jim Danklin, Jr. 1 100
Clarence Albright. 10025
Vermeilo Caino. 1150
Martha Boyd. 1025
F/\a Taylor. 1675
Sarah Eliza Swygort. 22375
Willlaini Bramlott. 1250
Chalmers Armstrong, Jr. 1 <?? ~?
Maskoll Sanders, Jr.10450
Madge Louise Taylor. 1075
District No. 2.
All points outside the corporate lim
its of I aureus.
Laurens, R. F. D.
Mary ("aidwell, R. F. D ' , . . 2125
Capers Simpson. It, F. I>. I .. 10700
Kmma Cheek, lt. F. I). 4 .. .. 7025
Addie B. Davis. Watts Mill .. 11375
Merle Shaw. R. F. I). I . . .. 10325
Margaret Caldwcll, R. F. D. fi .. 13025
Margaret Helle Moore. R, F. I). I 1025
Fred Cunningham, lt. F. D. 1 .. 1026
Ora, S. c.
Cray Court, S. C.
Marvis Claire Curry.19150
Thomas Rogers. 1025
Mary Wells. 1025
Virginia Owings. 1025
Chas. E. Yeargin. 1025
Margaret Doe Curry.10000
Dona Haid win. lt. F. 1). 1 ... . 1150
I/)is Nash. R. F. D. 4 . 10450
Irene Owens, R. F. D. 1. 1026
Lncllo Baldwin, lt. P. D. i .. . 10025
Crier Smith. II. F. I). .12.
Clinton. S. C.
I Samuel (Stenn. .
Ahlen Hailev. 19025
Lucy Railoy. 1025
j Martha Phillips. 1025
j Kmma Little. 1025
Martha Young. 10125
May mo Lee Wright. 1025
Thomas Privr. 13225
.Tonnettn Roland. 1025
Ruth Oallownv. 1025
I** ?? .
James Rdmond Ferguson .. .. 1026
Waterloo, S. C.
Prances Teague, R. F. n. 2 .. 4026
Gladys Fuller. 31500
Jessie Dllzabeth Saxon, Rt. 2 .. 4150
Harold Culbertson. R. F. I). 1.. 1025
Rarksdalc. S. C.
Jaule Boyd, R. F. D. 1.1325
Fountain Inn. S. ('.
Lottlo Woods. 4026
.Mary Hughos. 11525
Lawrence Templcton. 4526
Doris Stokes. 10026
Owings, S. C.
Aliee Owings. 4350
Grlco Hunt. 102.'?
Claude Moore. 1025
Preston Moore. 1t>25
Sarah Owings. 1025
RllOtt Hill. 10025
?lohn Popp. 1026
John Thompson. 1025
Maud Owings. 1026
Ross Tompleton. 10125
Qoldvllle, s. c.
.1 aincs Lawrence 1.an ford .. . . 19025
Mary Camphell. 4150
Sarai, May C.lenn. 1025
Mary Frances Hale. 10125
Lanford station, s. C.
; Louie Klphard Williams .. .. 3810
I Gussle Landford, R. F. D. 1 .. 1026
Virginia Qarrett. 1025
i Margaret Druinmond. 1025
rauline Waldrop. 1025
I Catherine Wolff. 1025
i Mildred Danford. 1025
j Alllo May Taylor. 1026
: Annie May Patterson. 1025
Melon Homer. 1025
Enoree, s. C.
j Theodore Shaw. IOlt.
Troy Mil's. 1022:.
1 Fletcher Hogers. 1025
Waiter Montjoy. 10025
1 Dan Vnrborough. 13025
! Helen Vim ?>nt. tii2.'.
i (May Crisp. 10025
.). P. Johnson. Jr. 1025
Mountvlllc, s. c.
James Don 11. 10125
Toss Hill, R ?<. D. 1025
Crosb Hill. s. c.
Maroll Campholl. 10525
F.mm.t J. Dial. 25250
Nellie Wells. 1025
Ware Shoals. S. C.
Wadie Dower. 1025
Woldoil Bagwell. 1025
Dick Ivoy. 1025
Maggie Davis. 1025
Carl Lewis. 10200
L ivoy Dixon. 1025
Carl ton Garrison. u>25
Lewis South. 1025
Thclmn Young. 1025
Kthel Fredman. 1025
Katie Koon. 1025
Catherine Underwood. 1025
Grover Jenkins . 1025
Ware Shoals. S. C. R F. 1).
hois Pitts, R. F, D. 1. 10025
Darnell OM)oll, R. F. D. 1 . . . . IC275
.Hmlme Redden, lt. F. D. 2 .. . . 4025
* ? I
* Dots From Orn. ? J
Ora, Nov. ii Rev. I. N. Kennedy
and S. II. Fleming are attending the
A. R. I'. Synod in session at States
vlllo, N. C.
Mr. J. Y. Bryson attended the state
fair last week.
Miss .lanie Hunter was among tin
visitors to Columbia last week.
Misses Linda and Ora Dell Hunter
came home from their school for the
division of their father's estate.
The following were visitors dm - j
Ing Presbytery. Mesdames J. O. C.I
Fleming, of Laurens, J. Livy Wat.on,
of Bradley, Lizzie Wright, of Spartan
burg, Miss Lidio Blakely, of Clinton.
Mrs. Carlisle, of Newberry, Miss Bcs
sie Byrd, of Due West and Mrs Mat
Dodd, of Anderson.
Mr. J. Y. Bryson is driving a new
Ford touring car these days.
Dr. Jas. R, Young, of Anderson, the
representative of his church at Pres
bytery, caimo over in bis cm accom
panlod by Rev, J. M. Garrison.
ORE IT M \ss OF PROOF.
Reports of 30,000 Cases of Kidney
Trouble, Some of Them I.aureus
Fach of some o.ooo newspapers of
the United States is publishing from
week tf) week, names of people in Its
particular neighborhood, who have
used ami rccominendcd Doan's Kid-,
nny Pills for kldtu y back) he. woi'k1
kidneys, bladder troubles ami urinary
disorders. This mass of proof Includ
es over 30,000 testimonials. Laurens is
no exception. .Here i.-, one of the Lau
rens cases. /
Arthur iluAgens, fanner. 1.aureus.
S. ('., saysVyF?r six months I :offer
ed Intensely from pain? in the on ill
of my back and It was out of the
<iii? :=tion for nie to lift, My back ached
<tn tnutly and in the tnoniillg when
I first got. up. I wits very la r.e, I
tired easily, felt nervous and liftd
headaches and dizzy spells. The ?
crotlons from my kidneys |>ui cij too
freouintly and this weakness w ill
Ways worse when l catighl 'old. in
a sliorf time after i began 1 using
Doan's Kidney Pills, they relieved rrjo
and one box made, a permanent cii ? "
For sale hy all doalors. Price 50
cents !\> fer-Milhurn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for Pie Pllltc i
PINE BLUFF news. ?!
IMllO Mil IT. Nov. 10. Mr. and Mis.
O. it. Pitts returned home last Tues
day after a very lengthy stay with
relatives in Burlington, N. C.
Miss Eeslo Wilson attended the
Teachers' institute in Laurens last
week. On her way home she stopped
over with Miss Irene McOanlcl Satur
day night and Sunday.
Miss Klolso Brown attended the
Greenwood fair Wednesday.
Mis. Lillian Hill visited relatives
in Greenwood Thursday and Friday.
Messrs. J, F. Clrillln, It. W. and w.
0. Bonztnnn went to Greenwood fair
Mr. and Mr:.. Irvln Turner who have
been staying in Greenville are on a
visit to Mrs. W. It. (.'oats, before in >?,
' Ing to Greenwood.
A number from here attend lite !.>'-]
con in attraction Thursday night,
"Dannu Wkildln" is specially l.ioI in
Mrs. W. I'. Turner and \\>An Bottle
Atchlson, delegates from Pathaburn
missionary society and SU'tbonm bitn I
leave Tuesday to attend au\il 1 iar>
meeting in Anderson.
Mr Guy Itoo/.or attended court in
Lauivns last week.
Mrs. Ferdinand Noffz has been on
the sick list hut is IliUCll better.
Messrs. Jno lludd and It W. Grlllln
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Asa '
WO.MKN SVB.JKCT TO
kibm:v i li ol It i IN
I bog to say (hat I have been a eon
stain sufferer with severe pains in my
back and was on the verge of nervous
prostration resulting from kidney trou
ble and other complications. \ friend
of mine recommended Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Boot as a sure cure for these
troubles. Acting upon her advice I
began taking Swamp-Boot and began
to Improve before I had finished the
first bottle. I continued its use until
I had taken several bottles and con
tinned to (improve until I was com
pletely cured. 1 am happy to say that
I am as well as :m\ woman on earth
and have been so lor the past nine
years, thanks to Dr. Kilmer's Swamp;]
Itoot. and I cheerfully recommend it
to all who suffer from kidney troubles. I
MUS. Af.VA BAXTKR,
107 Cypress St., / Orange. Texas, i
Si ?SC r I bed and SWOI'I) to before in.. I
tlii- list day of March, ISH2,
John .1. Hall.
Br. Kilmer A; Co-,
Itiliglinniton, Si. v.
Prove What Swamp-Bout Will Do For
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghnmton, X. Y.. for a sample si/.e
bottle, it will convince anyone. You
will also receive a booklet of valuable1
information, tilling about the kidneys'
and bladder. When writing, be sure'
and mention the l^aurcns Weekly Ad
vertiser. Regular fifty-cent and one
dollar si/.e bottle for sale at all drug
Center Point News.
Contor Point Nov. 10. Mrs. M. L,
c. Moore is visiting hor daughter,
Mis. t arl Itryant. at Fountain Uli.
Mr. und Mr.-. Ollle StrlblliiK nine
gone to housekeeping. Much success
is wished for thdm in their new home,
Miss Wluonii Chancy, teacher ot
tills place attended the Teacher's In
stittite. which was held in l>nurciis
from th?' nth to the 8th.
The doctor was called In to see Mrs.
Kdiui 101 more yesterday ufternoon,
Mr. ??. M Miller made a llyng trip
to Lin wood. N. c. Sunday, returning
home Monday night.
Several from ihis community are
going up to l.auiens Tuesday night to
see "Pile Leopard's Spots'"
Mr. and Mrs. Allied McNIncli and
daughter, Miss Maggie Sue, visited at
the home ol Mr. 0. \V, Moore Sil lid (I.V.
Mr. W, s. 101 more is being kepi very
busy ginning these days.
Dr. 10. NV, Carpenter, of Oroonvillo,
w ill be oil! of lite state until it boil I 11 ? ? -
'21st of this month1 ami desires thill
his patients take note of Ills abscence
lo save the expense tit' goiiifj to (Ireen
V il le It) see him.
Declare War mi Colds,
A crusade of education which alms
"that coni'inou colds mav become un
common within the noxl generation"
has teen begun by prominent New
Vork Physicians. Here p. ;1 list ol
tin- "don't'' which the doctors say
will prevent the annual visitation of
"Don't sit in a dr/iup'hly car."
?'Don't sleep in hfn rooms."
"Don't avoid the fresh air."
"Don't stuff yourself at meal times
Over-eating reduces your resistance."
To which we would add when von
take a cold get rid of it as (piickly
as possible. To accomplish that you
will lind chamberlain's Cough Remedy
most excellent. Sold by all dealers.
No matter what yon have
used, try Mustang I .iniment
and see for yoursc >on
it stops pain. It tloii I sting
or burn the flesh luit soothes
and heals soon as applied.
Pain simply can't stuy if you
The Great Family Remedy
q( 1CKLY RELIEVES
Mumps, 1 amcness,
Cuts, Burns, Backache,
and all other ailments of
Man and Beast.
Situ <? / 848 (lie foremost
'Pain 'Reliever of the .South.
?r>. . 50. . $i n In.nJo
nt Dim: and < '.. m ini Si..! i
Piles; Piles! Piles!
kVllllaniH1 Imlliui I'ili Olnii u ul will imro
Olli' ', ItkotlliiK and Iti-lipm Piles. h ul>>
(orbs Mio kulnoi'h, .iii.i.:< 11. I? i? w: at nnou,
n. is iih ii iiinillli. ? i\... liiMtivnt relief.
Willi III,In !? in |?|),< (Mllllli.nl I: |ll<
(tiiriii for IM lei .iimi" 1!? 1111.i 1.1 ii... privatik
pnr;?, l ?rni ?Ii Ih, mull .ml }i tw.
WIlUAfn;? MFG. CO., P'jps <:.... i.md. Ohio
IiaUUKNH DBIIfc o<?.
N. lt. l Mal A.c. Todi>
DIAL & TODD
A t 1ill)m-> S lit I.iiw
lintcrpclse Hank Itnililinv, I imrcius, S. C.
RRAOTICK IN ALL COURTS
Mono) to loan on Heal Kstulo Long
McCRADY BROS. & CHEVES, Inc.
Engineers and Contractors
Special Attention Given Land Surveys.
Laurens, S. C. Charleston, S. C.
?Innk til LanrniM IIuIIiIIiik l*??|il?n Olli?-?' lliilltllnic
t Sale of Ho
JOHN KING & COMPANY
W. P. CHILDRESS & SON'S STABLES
Laurens, S. C.? Nov. 18th, 1913
VVc will sell one car load of Uhbroke Mares and Fillies, one ;ii ;i tim<, to
the highest bidder, among which are some rnares with mule colts by their
sides, some mares with horse colts, some mares in foal. Wo will have s< me
one and two year old fillies. Now is your chance to get some mares and Iii
lies for breeding purposes, as this is a choice lot of stock. These are nol draft
horses; they are driving and saddle bred stock-, being sired by such stallions
as the Hambletonictn, Wilkcs and Mont Rose. The mule colln an siicd by
I Will Sell Only ONE DAY in Your Town, I', ^. o<>.;>
f bar the Date, Sale Will Begin at