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VOLUME XXIX. LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1013. NUMBER 18
WHIRLWIND FINISH ON LAST LAP
OF THE ADVERTISER'S BIG CONTEST
Last of the Special Offers has been Made and
Contestants are now Entering upon the Home
Stretch. With the Race Running at a Neck
and Neck Pace, the Successful Contestant
must no w Show Mettle to Win.
JUST A WEEK AND SEVERAL DAYS AMD
THE CONTEST WILL COME TO A CLOSE
As "England Expects Every Man to Do His Duty" so
Every Contestant Expects his or her Friend to Do
Now What They Would Do if They Really Wish to
Help in this Race. The Contest is on and the Finish
Draws Nigh. Who will the Winner Be? * ?
SPF.CI VI. P1UZK WINXEKS T
District No. I.
Miss ( Icinicgenc Tea (flic. .$20.00
Miss Kugenlu Willis, Gray
Well, lierc we go on the last lap of
the great race. Next week will he the
last of the contest as it comes to a
close the 6th of December. The inter
est is at white heat and this interest is
going to increase with each succeed
ing day. Some of the favorites may
he tumbled from their lofty positions
Ihifore the close in fact it is so much
everybody's race that it is impossible
to venture a prediction as to which
direction the winner will spring from.
Rvory child now remaining in the race'
has an excellent chance to win. but j
the parents and friends ol one') must
roach a speedy conviction ihat they
cannot spare nor lose a single moment !
Do not be discouraged because you
think some one has fow more votes!
than you. This should only urge you
on to greater effort as there is no one j
certain of victory yet. nor will anyone
he until the last word has been said,
the contest ollicially is at an end.
Waste no lime now about what you
did not do earlier in the contest. The
tide of the battle has not turned
against you by any means, fine could
easily start right now and work stead
ily and faithfully these last few day.;
and win the first grand prize.
There is no one who has a big lead
over any of the others. The children
are all right in a bunch and it would
be very hard to tell which one is ahead
Anyone with a little extra energy
eo\ild enter their child now and come
Half of the territory is not worked
and there is plenty of room to gather
lots of subscriptions and get renew
als before the close of the contest. Also
the.c are the merchants who are
such an Important factor in this race.
Get your friends to do their shopping
where tiny will get the tickets, HAVE
TIIKM ASK FOR THE TICKETS AT
THE TIME THEYf MAKE THE PUR
Some exceedingly active work is bo
Ing done for some of the children who
have not much of a standing in the
paper and it is not certain that there
will not he some surprises in store
when the contest closes.
The coupon has made its last ap
pearance. We want all of the coupons
in by Saturday night. Nov. 2!?. 1013.
We would lie glad to have you bring
In as many as possible before the last
week. We would so much rather you
would not wait until the last moment
to bring in your tickets and subscrip
It only adds to the confusion and
makes it harder for all concerned. If
yon do not want your votes published
you may take out a voting coupon
that is good until the close of the con
test. It is not necessary for any one
to know how many votes you have if
you bring them to the contest oflloe.
WF HAVE NO PAVOTHTES. RVRRY
?NE CFTS A SQU AUF DE AT/. IF
THERE IS ANY ONE WHO 18 NOT
SATISFIED, WF A1!F PERERCTLY
WILLING TO 11 AVE Til I'M RX AMINE
TUR HOOKS AKTER TUR CLOSE OK
The following i the standing of Ihr
District No. I.
All territory within the corporate
limits of Laurons.
Toccoa Earle (.Mary.L'n^T."i
Sarah Hoheceo Itlchcy.01050
Klorn Elisabeth Bennett.I7:tiui
L. \V. Highe. .lr.02175
Clarence Albright. 10025
Sarah Kli/a Swygort.31375
Ilaskell Sanders, .lr.10150
Madge Louise Taylor.1075
District No. 2.
All points outside the corporate lim
its <>f Laurens.
Laurens, K. |\ 1?.
Mary Caldwcll, It. I''. I >. "... .. 58250
Capers Simpson. It. F, I >. 1 ..'21050
Emma Cheek, lt. K. I>. I . . . . 34025
Addie II. Davis. Watts Mill .. 30725
Merle Shaw. It. K. D. D .. .. 5G250
Margaret Caldwoll, lt. F. l). .. 21225
Margaret Belle Moore. Ft. F. I), l 1025
Fred Cunningham, K. F. D. 4 .. 1025
Ora, s. C,
Charles Hlakely. 20045
Gray Court, S. C.
Eugenic Willis. 07725
Margaret Dee Curry. 37000
Lona Baldwin, R. F. D. 4 .. .. 1150
Ix>is Nash U. K. I?. I.10150
Irene Owens, R. F. I >. I.01025
Luclle Baldwin, R. F. 1>. I . . . . 10025
drier Smith. R. K. I). ::. 47820
Clinton. S. C.
Martha Phillips. 10840
Mayme Lee Wright.10625
Jack II. Davis. 28025
Waterloo. S. C.
Kranees ToagUO, R. F. D.
Jessie Elizabeth Saxon. Ut 2
Harold Culbcrtson, R. F, D. 1
Rarksdale. S. C.
Janle Boyd, R. K IV I ..
Fountain inn. s. c.
Lawrence Teinpleton . .
Owings, s. C.
Alice Owings. 13150
Rhott Hill. 28025
Ross Teinpleton. 10125
Goldvillo, s. c.
.lames Lawrence Lanfot'd ? ? 10025
Mary Campboil. 1150
Mary Kranees Hale. 10125
Lanford Station. S. C.
Louie Klphard Williams .. ?? 13255
Virginia Garrett. 10150
Allle May Taylor. 55750
Helen Homier. 10125
Etiorec, S. C.
Troy Mills. 54025
Walter Mont.joy. 10025
Dan Yarborough. 13025
Clay Crisp. 10025
Mountvlllo, s. c.
.lames Dean. 37020
Cross Hill. s. C.
Maxell Campboil. 38150
Emma .1. Dial. 38005
Ware Shoals, S. C.
Carl Lewis. 37200
Ware Shoals. S. C, R. K. I).
Lois Pitts, lt. K D. I . 10125
Barnoti O'Doll. R. K. D. 1 . . . . 37525
.limmie Redden, R. K I) 2 . . . . ::i 125
Catise of Insomnia.
The most common cause of insott i
Is dlSortlet'fl of the stomach and con
stipation, Chamberlain's Tablets cor
reel these (UsOl'dCl'fl BWl chflhlo VOU
to sleep. K?r sale hy all dealers,
. . :57n2.-? I
. . 10325 1
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Coming to Laurens, Dr. A. N. Talley, Chief Examiner
for the Atomo Radio Experts will be at King's Hotel, Tues
day, Dec. 2nd.
Convincing Evidence that Atomo Radio Experts Do Cure
After Others Fail.
READ THE PROOF!
KKMKMItKK that many of these patients had suffered for ycnrs ami had
In en dec lared hopelessly Incurable by every able doctor, but got well rapidly
Uiidei the Atomo Radio Experts. No matter what may be your disease or
condition, no matter whnl treatments you have taken, and no matter how
i,ian> doctors have failed to help you. you owe it to yourself and those de
pendent upon you to see these specialists bet?re giving up hope. Vn exam
' (nation test trial treatment and friendly talk will cos: you nothing and inu>
....\e your life.
I'uil addresses of those giving testimonials are at the oflloo.
This is to certify that the Atomo- |
Radio experts cured up skin cancer
on my nos< aftor I had been told an
operation would be necessary. Th<*y
I cured it in less than a month by using
the K-Radlo treatments. The treal
: incuts wore painless and the sore that
was as large as a half dollar and had
oaten Into the coiner of my nose be
I gan to heal in a few days, after first
All the doctors I consulted told mej
it was a cancer, ami tIiis of course',
w as not pleasant news to nie. rl he
place got so bad my barber feared to
shave me. My sick and accident in
surance company cancelled my policy.
I was so COUplcions thai pooph
seemed to lie afriad of fcno an 1 I had
to give up my position on the road on i
I am thankful to the doctors and;
cheerfully r< onine-nd them as sUill
ful physicians and gentlemen. I know j
of many others who have received
good results in their hands.
( has. Burke. I
\ MINISTER WHITES.
I would have been dead by now with!
tuberculosis had ii not been for that .
great rosurrector of diseased flesh,
Alomo-Rudlo. As yotl well remember, j
I gained 10 pounds of good solid llesh i
the fu st month. I ; i proud to say |
tha; I have steadily improve,! over
since, and can do my work now with
all the vigor o! old. H is a blessing
to mankind. I only hope that thoy I
will take advantage of it.
Rev. I.. T. tiilland.
ii \ or imm in i s. im: \i> this.
Gentlemen: What would have be-,
conic of nie had I listened to other
doctors when I fust began Atoino
Rndio treatment two years ago? They
told me I had paralysis up to my neck
and there was no cure for inc. Thoy
said you were ;( fraud and would kill
nie. Now I know you are not a fraud,
because I can walk as good as yon |
can, and after suffering for years, of
many things from doctors that robbed
in<' of my substance, I was pronounced
a hopeless cripple and invalid for life.
Rut I can now take up my bed and
walk. And I want everybody to know
it, so they can go to you and gt . a
real cur?', not a "patch Up." I have
seen them cure most everything, as
my doctors now admit Fleetro
Therapeutics is merely healing up the
dead paralyzed nerves and putting
them back to work. I have advertised
you wherever 1 have gone, far and
near, and expect :o do so a- long, us |
(Signed) Mrs. M. i. Ferguson.
It is with a heart full of gratitude
and the hope that others may learn
of your great cure that 1 write this
I was a sufferer for years with that
horrible disease, piles. | suffered so
much I became a nervous w reck. I .
had to quit business. All doctors told
me I must be operated on and in my
misery and distress I made arrange
ments to go to a sanitarium tor an |
operation. .lust as I was to go my j
sister telephoned me about the Atomo
Radio Doctor- and insisted Iba! 1
go to the n. I went (,, them in de- ,
spalr. In a lew days I was relieved
af all suffering, could sleep like a
lUaby a thing I had not done in ?
Tin following diseases are being ?
system of treatment: Rhcumntls>m, <
Sciatica, Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma.
:isy, Deafness. Tumors. I.'lcors, Kxteri
1 i e. Kidney. Bladder and Crlnary Tr?
?oll ami Liver Troubles. Gall Stones,
Troubles, Change of Life, t'lccrallon,
larilics. All Diseases to the Female i
to Cimnoeessnry lixamlnatlon; Fnlargo
Weakness; in fact, many Chronic Dl
t n u ll ('an be Cured to Si iy Cured
[months my appetite returned uhil I
could ei i liU> a convalescent from
fovti I gained nearly !Ul pounds in
weight, ami. in short, am en red, and
in hi tter health, than in years. I sic
fered no Inconvenience from the
treatments. Other mcmhcrs of my
family took treatment with gratifying
results. I met huge numbers in their
ollices and all gave praise to these
It is my sincere prayer that all suf
ferers like me may learn of this cure
and he restored to health.
C. A. MESSKNOALIO.
k1i>m:y, hi,aimi\.it vm? m:hvks.
"I want to add my testimony to thai 1
of many others regarding the won
dorful merits of tint Vtotuo-llad o
treatment. For months I was on a
gradual decline, I was losing Mrengtl
and weight and always had a pain in!
;li,' hack l could hardly get in i .1 I
out oi my wagon. M> kidneys amlT
bladder were giving me constant troti
I le. My nerves veto all unstrung and
I di<l my work only with the : rente*!
dillictllty ami was in misery ail the!
lime. M> doctor recommended that
I take eject Hetty as all oile r tre it
nu n's hail failed to cure mo, I called
on the Aiomo-Radlo Specialists \
oral Weeks ago and I now fiel like a
new man. I am my old silt again.
X i aches, no pain-, no nervousness,
and my appetite Is tine. I sleep like
a baby. The treatments I have had
were not only absolutely painless, hut
on the other hand wer- | leastllll and
invigorating, l Pegau to Iniprov* with
tie- lirst treatment. The results in
my e??Se wen- heyoiid my expectations.
No one can appreciate this wonderful
method ol treatment until they have
tried i:. I advise any man or woman
who has heeii drugged on all kind!
of medicines for months without r< 1
suits to try tin- Vtomo Itadio, I would
not lake s.'a.u for the trcatnienl I have
had ami which I Sil sine has saved
nie from many years ol suffering and
probablj my life.
t. vi.i. stom:s < i i:i i>
I had siil:. red for years with gall
stones. Nd one Put one similarly
affected can imagine the suffering pr >
ilnccd by this disease. I was treat
ed by family doctors. They called In
consultation ami I'm ally decide! I
mus: go to the city and he opeoratcd
upon. One of my physicians went
with mo to a hospital, where I was
examined by the Burgeons and told
an operation was all that would save
my life. In the meantime I learned
of the Atoino-ltadio Doctors, and pre
ferring death at home with my chil
dren to death in a hospital away from
them ffor I felt death would result
from the Operation?, went to these
specialists. In twenty-four hours tie
gai! stones had been removed am1 i
without pain and confinement to bod. I j
got relief from my suffering in a few )
hours. Ii has boon over four months IK
now. and i have gained in weight it'l l 8
appetite, good, and feel weil and If
strong, doing my own work. |j
I am very grateful to he saved for >
my family of small children, and uiv I
all sufferers to try this wonderful ;
MRS. CHRIST I'NDERWOOD j
MKS. M. I. I'OPK S liKTTKK.
Dear Doctor Your letter asking I
mo for n statement to be given to the i
public at hand. Of course, I will make ?
a statement, hut I can not express in j
words my feeling. I am shedding :
tears of gratitude. OVon now , w In n I J
think of your kindness and sympathy :
After I had been given up to die by ;
my family doctor, now you cured me J
Of that awful fistula and female dls- 5
ease and destored me to my children, i
whom I thought I would never see \
again. When I went to you for treat
men! I really never expected to come !
home alive, but, thank (loci, now I am
as well as I ever* was. thank- to you \
and that great saver <>! human live-,
(Signed) Mrs. M. I.. Pope
ufecessfully treated by this advanced
lout, Paralysis, Lumbago, Neuralgia,
Consumption, ?in early stages), Plou
ual Cancer. Lupus. Piles, Fistula, E|s
iiiblcs, Mood and s>kin diseases, Stom
Constipation. Indigestion, Ovarian
Laceration. Peculiar Painful Irregu
?lex Treated without pan or Exposure
I Prostrate; Stricture, Nervous i? i ?
seascs which Ordinary Methods Kail
by this System of Treatment.
Dr. Talley, one of the Atomo Radio Experts;with offi
ces in the Union National Bank of Columbia, can be con
sulted free at King's Hotel, Tuesday* Dec. 2nd, He will
make regul?r return visits, ( nabling sufT< n rs in this vie
inity to get the same treatment as those who visit th<
A Man Without a Bank Account is Like an Automobile
Without a Spark.
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It's a better car?-sold at a lower
price. Under all conditions?in
every country?Lu^ Ford has
proven itself the one er r thai will
meet every test. And iri first
and after costs it saves money
for its oVner.
Kive hundred dollars is the new price of the Kurd
runabout; the touring ear is live lifly; the town car
seven fifty all f. o h. Detroit, complete with <.|ui|i
ment. (jet catalog and particulars from
NEWBF.RRY, S. C.
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I J. S. MACHEN 1
Real Estate Laurens, S. C.
City and Surburban Property and Farm Land.
(Mm- new seven room collate, mar Watts Mill. ]?',
(Mir four room house with four lots included, mar Walls w
Mill for twelve hundred and lifly dollar- for quick sale, House >jj
and !<<t cosl more I htm price asked, Ucnsmi for selling, parly in
owniiio* moved to lower purl "I Ihe state. !jj
:i l I acres mi Kai? I. \ A venue. :''?
2 acres on Parley Avenue, a hai'^nin in hoth of lhes< lots. in
<!<iod huildiii"; si'.'ht^.
One freist und Hour mill run hy olcclric power.
One I wo Story iimi-e. well constructed of bcsl iniilerial on
I lauiptoii si reel,
One store room with dwelling and six ami s of land tihoiil
Ihr.-., miles from city mi Princeton road for $l(iO().0().
One small store room and <j ?u\ si/e h?| on corner Kleminj.' *'?
and M ills streets IVu .jf,< lO.tin cash. ???
One line I'oi :ii 11 ?' .' i'li llii'ee and mo- hall' acres hind in ,.
Olio ' ?'? " ^lol'.N hl'ielt htl Mmi^'hii Musi Main si reel with hue u
vh.i.h I roes I u'nod iici^hhorhood. This place can he hotif/hl y
I'oV $:t,0(iO.O(i. The hnildinc/.s mi this lot worth the money.
11 iivi a ntimhe: of houses and lots for colored people in -\
.(.?i s. \ nnddlher parts of lovyn. u
100 acres farui lend with necejisiir.v bitildintfs in two miles
of I'riuei l/m ;il $20.(1(1 an here. ;;
l(!li acres four inile.- south of bitiireus uc'ir N'cw I'lospee) <<
sclc This is a '-" ..il fiiriii, Price $'20(10.0(1;