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THE "NEW I
Though she w
stove, within ea
irons, she keeps
fortable. T hat'
broil, roast, toas
any other stove
cost less for fue
of coal and ash<
ing heat you a
you want it.
New Perfection St
2, 3, and 4 burner
plete with broiler,
oven. Regular ove
can be obtained se
sizes. Sad-iron he
free with every stov
At dealers everywl
Washington, D. C. (New
Norfolk, Va. HALT!
Ready for 'l
other far an Inialsshein order tss ils
dgestion of all the food eaten, and
evening feed a teaspoonful of
Bee Dee ST
It will lessen your feed bi
- It will increase your prol
Majority of Friends Thought Mr.
Hughes Would Die, But
One Helped Him to
Pomeroyton, Ky-In interesting ad
vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes
writes as follows: "I was down with
stomach trouble for five (5) years, and
would have sick headache so bad, at
times, that I thought surely I would die.
I tried different treatments, but they
did not seem to do me any good.
I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep,
and all my friends, except one, thought I
would die. He advlsed me to try
Thedford's Black.Draught, and quit
>rks next to the
sy reach of her
cool and corn
s because she
>n Stoves bake,
will do, and they
1. No handling
%s-all the cook
vant, just when
eves are made in 1,
sizes. Also a new
5 Stove, sold com
toaster, and fireless
n, broiler and toaster
parately for smaller
ater and cook-book
sere, or write direct
Jersey) Charlotte, N. C.
'MORE Charlestown, W.Va.
Charleston, S. C.
roughly than --
orentioroughr I amK siBe
add to their [j ht'eearls a
~ 4~Eaithy. thriving n
/C" ra Johnston.
ICINE / "NDoer
U8. 25c, BOc and $1. per can.
it8. At your dealer's.
II FIVE YEARS
laking othier medicines. I decided to
take his advice, although I did not have
any confidence In It.
I have now been tacdng Black-Draught
for three months, and it has cured me
haven't had thQse EwfuI sick headaches
since I began utsi g
I am so thankcul for what Black
Draught has done ir me."
Thtedlord's Black-Draught has been
found a very valuable medicine for de
rangements of the stomach and liver, It
is composed of pure, vegetable herbs,
contains no dangerous ingredients, and
acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely
used by young and old, and should be
kept In every family chest.
Get a package today.
Only a quarter. 3.
AT CROSS HILL
Interesting Exercises Mark Closing of
Successful Year in the Graded and
Cross Hill, May 11.-"The Marriage
of the Tots" play given by the little
school children and other smaller
ones outside, under the direction of
the Marriage of the Tots Co., last
Tuesday evening, was a success in
every particular. The bride and
groom were little tots about four
years of age. The little preacher was
a manl'y little fellow and performed
the ceremony with dignity and dis
patch. All the attendants and guests,
'about fifty in number, did their part
well, especially interesting were the
grandparents and the four old maids,
while the two little boy ushers would
often bring dlwn the house. A large
audience greeted the children and a
good sum was turned ove' to the In
provement association. Miss Eliza
beth L. Cody of Jacksonville, Fla., was
here as director of the play, and prov
ed herself well skilled in handling
Thursday evening the literary so
ciety of the high school held their
annual public meeting. 'Ithe program
consisted in recitations, music, vocal
and Instrumental, and a debate. The
subject of the debate was, Resolved,
That liter'iit :' has done more for
the world than science. Affirmative
speakers: Miss Gladys Griflin and Mr.
George Martin; negative: Mr. Alec
hlrown and Miss Eloise Reeder. The
decision was given in favor of the
negative. Mr. James Guthrie, presi
dent of the society presided. The re
citations by Misses Fioride Rudd and
Azile Austin were excellent.
Friday evening witnessed the clos
ing exercises of the graduating class.
Miss Ethel (handler, president of the
class, presided during these exercises.
The members of the class with their
subjects follow: Bryan Simmons Pin
son, salutatory; Mayme l4ee Lowe,
prophecy: Fred Tillman Coleman,
class history; George Dewey Nelson,
poem of life; Sarah Amelia Watkins,
class poem; Helen Louise Griflin,
puns; Nelle Marguerette Ward, class
wills; Myrtle Laney Ward and Mary
Catherine Jones, essayists; Ethel Lee
Chandler, valedictory. These exer
cises were intermingled with music
and a class song all furnished by the
members of the class.
Prof. I. Clyde Burts, head master of
Furman Fitting school, delivered the
address, which was full of wholesome
Principal W. P. Culbertson with a
few fitting remarks presented the
certificates of graduation. lie also
presented perfect attendance buttons
to the following pupils: Alma Cole
man, Anna Bell Gregory, Albert Dial,
Vora Lowe, Ethel McSwain, Leroy
Gregory, Frank Miller, Charles Rasor
and J. C. -11111. Special mention was
made of Alma Coleman who has not
only been present every day during
tis session, but has not mlissedl a (lay
ill thrtee sessions. She is in the thlirdl
Mr'. Cuitlbertson ialso delivered, in
behalf II of the imatl~ry Incachet, Miss
to Vera i.owe and Almta Colemlan.
All icgethei' a very) ipleasanit evenling
marked the closing of anlother' sessionI
of Cross 11111 high 5schoo1. The ses
sion has been one of quiet, earnest
wvork 011 tile part of teachers and pui
D'r, a1nd 1n0 fictioni '1:- htaL'Cd the
plleasure of tile school wot'k.
Two of our' wvar veteranls, Messrs
George M. Hannah and~ R. S. Griffina,
attenided tile Jacksoniville reunltionl
Mris. Coniway Diai aitendced tile
Shtool 11iprovemlent mlee'ting he~ld at
itorik 1illi last week. She wenlt as a
r'epi'esenltative from tihe School Imi
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Ware Shoals, May 1.--Rev. L. RI.
Simlison, of Tigersville, is visiting hIs
parents, Mr. and Mr's. Jamles SItmp
soil, lie made(1 a very imp~ressive talk
oil the Sunaday schoo01 lesson, on Sun
dlay at Popiar' Spring chlurch.
Mir. I loustoni and Miss Agnes Simp
soil are lit home11 fromi Tigerviule wvhere
they hlave been attending thle North
Greenville Baptist academy.
t he week-etnd witilhMrs. Stewart's
plarenlts at D~onalds.
Mrs. WVailace Saunders and little
grandd~atughter, Cor'rie, sp~ent Truesdlay
with 11Cr son1, Wallter'.
Mrs. B. A. Snmih, of Olanlta, spett
last week with iher par'ents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jf. hi. CarlIsle.
Tile far'mers of this Section have al
most sfinished planting bu~t are need
lng raIn badly.
Free-a valuable p~remliumfl to be
given away with each $5.00 putrchase
during tile balance of tis month at
J. C. B'irns & Co. Big Department
Store. Save your cash register
BABUN NEWS, .
Rabun, May 11.-Mrs. Florence
League and little son, J. C., spent
Monday with Air. and Mrs. Markus
Mr. Walter Owens spent Monday
night with Mr. 'Claud Wasson of Hick
ory' Tavern section.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nelson, and
daughter, Miss Lillie, of Merna, were
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. \Villiam Bur
Mrs. Rebecca Owens visited Mrs.
Lewis Mahaffoy of 1Eden section sev
eral days last week.
Mrs. Archie Bean after spending
several days visiting relatives and
friends returned to hert home near
\r. Dennis Owens and mother, visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Babb, Wednes
Mr. Jim Check of Laurens, was in
this community Thursday on business.
Mrs. Anna West of Poplar Spring
section is spending several days with
her mother, Mrs. LIzzie Cheek who is
Air. Robert H lellams and family of
Hickory Tavern section spent 'I'iui's
day with Mr. Will Stone.
Mrs. Dora Babb of Eden section,
spent last week with Mrs. Stewart
Mahon who is right sick.
Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Babb, and lit
tle Roy RHbb, of Green Pond sect ion.
Passed through here on their way to
lonea Path to visit their son, )r.
Babb, of Honea Path.
Mirs. Fannie Abercrombie visited
Mrs. iioardie Owens of iden com
Mtr. Will Bolt and children were
visiting relatives in Dials community
Mr. and .Mrs. Grover Roper are all
smiles-another little girl in their
liss S'tit ii of Waterloo spent last
week with her sister M rs. ('laude
liss 1Edna Owens spent last week
with Miss .\largie hiolder of (remn
Miss Ada Harrison of Pennsylvania,
Mirs. Houston Roper of Laurens, and
Mrs. Emma Roper, of Eden section,
were visiting in this community Sat
Mr. and Airs. Belton Owens of Edeit
community spent Sunday with Ml'.
and Mrs. Ilouston Babb.
Mr. M.\urphy Mahaffey of Anderson,
and Mir. Stephen Shirley of Belton,
made a flying trip in Mi'. Shirley's
car to see Mr. and Mis. Lewis Ma
Mr. Martin of Simpsonville spent
Saturday night with his brother, )r.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Baldwin pur
chased a piano one day last week.
Messrs. W. 1). Owens and 'I'. P. Babb
were in Laurens Monday on business.
A good many of the Rabun people
attended services at Fairview church
Tihe slek of' this commnitiy are
Mr. and( .\irs. Iliouston Hiabb, ac
compIantie~i by Misses Mae and Al lie
hlabb left Monday for Ashville. N. C..
wihere they willI spend the sitinmmer
"THE OIREATlESTr KIDNEY REMEDY
ON EARTH'i," SAYS A UlR.\TIE
I wvant to tell you how much good
your' S'wamp-Root (lid me. About four
years ago. I suffered from what the
dloctors called tbitula and foi' two
yeai's of that tinto, I endured what no
tongue can tell. I also had( intianmman
tion of the bladder' and I tied doctors
medicines without receiving any help.
Someone told1 me about IDri. Kilmner's
A fter gi vinig it a I horouigh t ril.
ecelved cilet', so ke pt omt utsinig it anid
today I am a striontg and wvell w oman.
if I ever foci badly or out of sorts. I
take Swvamp-lRoot andi it always
straightetns .me out. I honestly believe
that thtis medicine would cut~' all t rotu
bios you recommtend it fqt' and( it is
a pleasure for mime to seitld my1 testi
mOiny andl phlotographl tdl you. I think
Dri. Kilmer's Swarnp-Ro6t is one of the(
greatest medicines oW~ eartht.
Mrs. .John Bailey,
WVest Main St. ' Portland, indl.
Subscribed and sworn to before mec
this I12th day of' July. 1909.
Letter to Dri. Kilmier & to., lngraim.
toin, N. Y.
Prov'e Whast Swamp-R.Ioot Wi'll Do For
Send ton centts to Dri. Kiltmet' & Co.,
inghamtiton, N. Y., foi' a sample size
bottle, it will convince anyone. Yout
will also reeive a booklet of valtta
ble infor'mation, telling about the kidi
neys and bladder. When wgiting, be
sutre and mention thte Lautretns Week..
ly Advertiser. Rtegular' fifty-cent and
one-dollar size bottles foi' sale by all
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have you overworked your nervous sys
tem and caused trouble wIth your kid
neys and bladder? Have you pains In
loins, sIde, back and bladder? Ihave you
a flabby appearance of thto face, and un
der te eye? A frequent dlesIre to pass
urine? If so, Williams' KIdney Pills will
sure you-Druggist, Price 60c.
WILLIlAMS MFG.jCO., Prope., Cleveland. Ohio
LAUBENS DBUG 00,
Lauren5. SL C.
4 SHE CAN PAY
ER BILLS WITH
CHECKS AND KEEP
A CHECK ON HER
AHECK ON OLRBANK 5 A
How many times have you lost a receipt? How
many times, neither debtor or creditor could remem
ber. If your wife pays all her bills with CHECKS,
she has a RECEIPT for every one of her bills. It
saves a lot of time and trouble for your wife to pay
the household bills that way and we are helping her
to keep her accounts straight and to ECONOMIZE.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank.
We pay interest in Savings Department
N. B. DIAL, Pres. ' G. H. ROPER, Cashier
" If a High-grade Job of Automoblile, Carriage *
* or Buggy Painting is wanted we can do it. New
. Paint Show, clean quarters, free of dust. "
" HIGHEST GRADE PAINTS "
" And Varnishes put on by an expert painter. We "
* would like for you to see some of our work be- "
" fore having your painting done. "
W. B. BRAMLETT'S SONS:
" GENERAL REPAIRING "
Whatever you buy
heeis worth what
you pay for it. That's
how we have made our
And some of the best friends this
store has are the men and young men
who wear our Styleplus Clothes $17.
Fine all-wool fabrics, good work
manshi p, styling that hasn't a false
note. You will wonder why the price
is $17 instead of $20 to $25.
Big selection to choose from. Al!
the popular styles ;all the new fabrics.
Special models for young men.
mY Davis-Roper Co.,
\ Laurens, S. C.