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Words of Praise
For Mayw's Wonderful
"Ilow th-Iakfll w" are to
V. n I for I ttingk. a hold of
or wau t iia Renmity.
- .i wif-- v nItid mit hlave
haid blta a .4liert (trne to live
if -:'I' luatih ot ikea yior
O d. 0 1 i.at' of thos
/ r : t I ::I- Ah was
b e- '.i . w-:il-t hewr- killed
her 'A:'00"t.I a dobt. N w
\.- v i I tl rit al paind
f-' f: -t he-it t. tronbie adt
It, - f, 't th-tt dI ltt:r bineg
Nv ri(t,%l -:0( t het! reslts
.I o % Ie Sr)tmenits- - awu
V."!ex hl.'cil Of 11i1,4 or 1i:,: a 1rasted Gall StoneVs.
Now Alt. is able t b 4 tt jtittIttitg: shte untlad
.r p i s Ios I :0 .n taking youtr
; ,I- , eh. 10 I atil wheat i!te ate
"11-9 OW Voulld -ti. r deati' for so aoimr
: . it: I nopt Slee) at h'tit ; sinc, e O tkin your
1. It % t st U:.:l ;-II ilCn t logI. '. A.
- *k- I's."'~ r l.:,(e
uttter sa: ..1 e y ore
S I) h ilst l , 1 ofy hh . yr'
F Slour o Bak- -,
II) ls (I (9re.\('hn-'4 ft . r
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1 1e I tlItuItd o t:e (or I . .$.1
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For sale by
LA UBENS DRUG CM.
Druggists E ver ywhere.
Coffee to Drink
Flour to B3ake
1) Ibs o G re en Co ite f)or .. . .$1.101, 1
I Ilbs of Green Coffe for . . . . . . $1.00)
- 1 bl of Groean Coi ee for a . $.04
lbsof sted Coffee for. .0
ilbs o f It ntOed l offee for .. ..t.0
I lbi of loasted Coflee for . KOO ..k .
CIffee itic per can,
I h l I of Flour for .. 0 .. .. ..$5,
i bl . of Fi our for (.. ..e.. ..t ..$' .25
b;e). f FVIurf r .. .. .. .. ..S5.0
1)bb1. of FlouIr for .. .. .. .. ..00
1bb. of Hour fore. .. .. 7.
Ihlle l', stomr is the p111ace to buy
your Flour and Coffee -
11) lbs. of Nreenl Coffee 4nl N).. . .
- .l Asan" Flour only ..$3. 25
akte th w tliig Chief.
Trade ithte ill $oys.
. rL. Suiv an.
Laurens, S. C.
TAk noth-er th-t on t -.(1h day oe
.May. P'ill, I will rende'lr a i t c
collft 1 iny atou t doigs a,0 -
minisupri Cof te osite f s.
theparadgiofnrba of lapers
Caay iiolumbc, S. C.,ado
having aims aginstm sai etaewl
Fh.'~: Ofli, Zulao 8 '. hilress,219
MADE MANY CHANGES;
WARDEN IS REMOVED
If. B. Nimsi Loses Coniislion In Aliken
County After War on Law Breiakers.
Alkon, May t5.-Following much ac
tivity as game warden, 1ledgemon 11.
Sims of Warrenville, this county, has
been discharged by the governor for
his activity which followed a warning.
T['hereby hangs a tale. iorsecreek val
ley is astir.
The following letter was received by
April 21. 1'll 1.
"Mr. II. It. Sims. Warrenville, S. C.
iDear Sir: It has been reported to
this oilee that dynamiting and illegal
selling of 1.ih is going on in your
aneighborhood. llhis report has come
through an ot1ielal sourtce. and if you
don't act at once they will. a ad it Is
needless to say should they do so, I
s1hall be forceil to request your resi4
nation. Wire mne should you eld atny
I Signed "A. It. Hichardson.
"Chief (.11me War-den."
Sitmis got to work inin'ediately atti
slpt'nt 22 great 'deal of tiltie lying ill
the swamtps. Tle result was that he
muade cases by the wholes::l ai:
violatort of2 tih law. A few wee
tr-id and1i conivietel. 0t1h.rs fcl' ig
colivietions were to ia2Ve been2) trh-d
leforo igsrt not et:d y
lith mla.- istratt's wlico was 1i.ld to
OV r!!OI ng 21 .n:1 some f hi o: in-re
were. they said, ready to plead guilty.
When sims p11p1eare. iII th. r'o!e of
plosecutor he was shown a copy of
a1 letter which .lgsrt io k
h'eriff I oward anl C!rk of Court
l)utnhar had receiveil yostorday morn
in1 bright and (arly. his own mii
noft ::tving bveen called in' hi.'for' Ie
lten Wa1rren vilb to cote to .\!k11n.
Th" le-tter, a-!vo d to Simns, wa
frotn tho goIver:nor .nd11.1i
"Oi April 22. 1'!:. throulgh i.
apprehlensiol. yol v.': -- appoint d 1111
votmi issioneid a enownrd'en for
.\k n county, South ('arolinl-!. .\s
state.l, you l vil:2 h:'tl ben ppoint'.l
U1110 warde throulh inMistpuribtt
sion, ymwr nn )nisn ion as sleh gallnt.
w'anienl Is, hereby to-oked. '1nd any
fu1111r awt or acts Io(rformed by you
11:2 ir '-;:Iid oo il sion will lbe inl vio
1:'ticn of t':( law. ('opy of this letter
h::; b n. lutiod to t'o e scretary of
ct. !1rl: of con 't. Aiken-1, S. C.;
inngistrate. .\ilken, S. -.; tlangistra' .
I.:in2h'l '. ". C.
T n',.lw .surance eE) h!' 2 11re
:2'1 (lid not pro-nt'.e1' the c:ws
2.212 2(rk 1 u11. 1 was h d
hohe u I wh I he 1 p;'q: rmd Inl\l r
mo'sole, wee h ms
"\,1 av 1:, 1 '1 I.
Wnrr#entilh1. s. C.
i"A A. 221, lw
I o le:2 ) 2".\ .\1. It i r I 1 2:2,
" 'hio ( '1no W Ifrd(n."
-;o tiwnro the 'wore or. mlore of ee
.2 Is lad work d 1up) di.-Il. 1o not
onily loses his commllission) as ge
w22rdenl but tihe mlonley 1:e woul hav~e
r'ecei ved2 for severali week's wor'k.
Wi th a goodi sizedO delegaion112 of friends
Sims went? yester'2day af'ternoon to) (o
121mbia12 to 1interv'Iew the. governior anid
to 2ascertin uinder what mnisa ppre
heinslon lhe was apploinlted game war
den'i for .\iken (0ounty3.- The21 Staite.
"IZ" SOOTHES SORE,
TIRED, SWEATY FEET
Al! what relief. No miore'I tired feet;
no1 m2oret buin )g fee(l , SWoli 'n2, had2
sm)ellinig, sweaty feet. No mo2(re pa2in
in2 Corns2 (al1louis's 02' bunions22. No) ma)t
ter' what alls5 your f2ee 0r whati22 unider'
the sun~ yo've~'
LIr il I d without'
jus5t use0 "iZ7." -
out aull theO po0..
tionn2a)2 which ~~
1)uff up1 thio
feet; "TfiZ" is
magical; "T[IZ7" -
cure 2Cyour 2 foot tiouldes o0 you'll n1ev
er' limop or dra up12'21 your faee 1in pain1.
You r shoes don't seem [ight 2222( yolur
feet will never', never' hart2 or get sore!,
22w'oll['n or2 tired.
G.et a 25, cenlt box :at any1 d rug or
dIeIarten1t store', and2( get instanIt r'e
(Citatlin for Id eteirs oif AdiIn istdration22
State (of Sout (CariolIna),
County of Lauren2s.
Ily 0. 0. TJhompson02, I~roba te Judge:
Whereas WIll Ic E. .Jone~s and1 Olyn --
tIa Jones(1 made stit to) me to grant
them Letters of Administr'ation dle
bonis non Cuml testamnento annexo, of
the estate andio effects of Mar'y C. Jones.
1'Tese are therefore, tt cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and1( credi-tors of the said /Mar'y C.
Jones deceased, that they, 1) and ap
pear before me, in the CoI rt of Pro
bate, to be held at Laurens Court
House,I.Laurens, S. C. on the 2Gthi day
of May, 1914 next, after publication
hereof,, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
to show cause, if any they have, why
the Baid admlintration should not be
Given tinder my hand this 11th day
cf May Anno Domini 1914.
0. 0. 'P'hompson,
.T. P. L. C
* YE OLD TIMlE BARBECUE *
* e * * * 0e eee * 0e e
As the custom of the women in
many parts of the south nowadays Is
to honor the soldiers of the Confeder
aey with an annual dinner, a similar
custom prevailed even before the war
of the 60's. An old paper recently
brought to light and handed to The
Advertiser by 'lr. J. N. Wright shows
that the Revolutionary soldiers were
recipients. once at least, of such lion
or almost a half century after the
great conflict for freedom. Instead
of a basket dinner, however, the Revo
lutionary soldiers met around a great
larbecue tendered thei by the men-of
Ithe communit.y. Listed among the
things purchased for the occasion were
various articles. such as beef, mutton,
butter, etc., besides one item of 32
gallons of whiskey. Whiskey must have
been either very cheap in those days
or the gallant soldiers drank pretty
raw stuff for that bought on this oc
caslon cost but .15c a gallon. From the
receipts among the papers could be
gan1thered that T. F. .1lones was tie lead
ingm spirit of the day and that W. G.
Dvis w:s a sort of bnness iaaige.
l'ollowing is the subscription list
and11 Ilie a mount s subscribed by eaich
We. Ihe su bseribers, agI'ee to imay
the following silms illxeI to our
names for thie purpose of furnishing a
1Iarbeclue at I au rensville oi the -Ith,
.11uy next to which all the 1tevolo
lionary soldiers within the limits of
the district. are to he especially invit
ed and all others welcome whom the
subhscribers may choose to Invite. .\lay.
It. F. IF-impson $3.00
Thos. F. .lones 3.00
Alexander Simpson I.00
P1. Farrow :1.00
N. Do y 3.00
llinry C. Yong 3.00
'S. Parrow 3.0)
11. Clevelald 3.00
Thos. A. Sharpe 3.00
It. Kaxon 3.00
. aolin 11a p 3.00
.1. Cunnirmhdaml :3.00
\%V. C. Davis :3.00
Edward llix 3.00
.1ohn Carlingtonl :1.00
.lol I )ean 2.00
i ichiarid Denton 2.00
.. W. Cropily 1.00
u::es W. Freeman 1.0
1.. .\lorgan a.04
l'elor 111nrionl 3.041
L,. Gilbert. 2.100
-loehn Oiminlons ).00
\Villi:un1 Goss. 1.041
\\'. G. .ynch 2.00
\ Ilana i2.111
\. 11. Grifln 2.00
'oeti \'aice 1.0(0
I .dhn Saxon 2.01
\Vi1. It. im":! h 1.00
Itm. 1..lne 1.00
.of t ui. Ir by 3.00
Ioi art .!ison 1.00
A<hison Pyles 1.00
1.yde Saxon 1.0(1
Wm.i '%. Paleyte 2.00
11. ii. (Cevelnd 1.00
.('hane Wirdlm 1.00
Asuta Pol I~usao1.00
I.oh . Pse 2.00
S.y 11.ilCran: 1.00
.lohn~ .lolmes 3.00
Woolliam iunsom 2.00)
Neata n ikdal 1.00
A. I,.Pey 2.00
Iyth. WIiiams 2.00
Xibt I a llidery 1.00
Matddey Kenntd 2.00
I. Ii. ilrhy '3.00
WI. 11.la 11o'la' .00
Nloni l'oerd 1.00
A . iliea 2.00
WillamU, Piery 2.00
.d woidn Bakso 2.00
.1. 11. irhyvi 3.00
T. 1). iovkarn 1.00
A Cberl PorPrry1r.
-\.n ofrsdl 2.0t0nefelnyamn h
ciat on Wilad beiv.gtist 0b0h
Tlhat tG. ia C rleknchtst 2.urc
dwareb Anetrsaon rda, a 2.t0
aadayo ll rayer . n ht eivt
tpragleople of arens cts o-t
ctone witd belieingo thoise tof wor-h
fore, bat 10olocveds, dy n
spent the daybun erest raystchrch
Donei Cnereby ncprtFe d May 2914.
spen the B dwyin aneodrae .
W. A. aldwC, C.d
* NEWS FROM YOUNGS. *
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Youngs. May lI.-Another week and
no rain to amnoun1t to much. We had
a shower one day last week which wet
the ground about two inches deep,
while just across the river In Spar
tanburg county, there was a good
Quite a number of the young people
of this community enjoyed a lawn par
ty at Mr. 1.. L. Itiddle's Thursday
Mr. Robt. Stewart and family of
Lanford, visited in this cominmunity
These are a few o fthe bargains
that we have to offer you at the pres
Cit. If you want a home or want to
dispose of a home call me up at Gray
Court, S. C., Phone 19.
:10 acres of land, more or less,
known as part of the .\Is. Nan Knight
homestead. llunded by S P. P 1all,
Airs. Sallie Uiughes, l. Z. Wilson and
others. Wil d welliag and out-bulld
Sig. Price $50 per acre.
9:3 acres of lan4, knowi as part of
the Airs. Anie Cheek homestead,
bounded by \V. It. Cheek, Geo. Smnit1h
W .11. elnderson and others. Ilas
dwelling and outbibli1ng. Convenientf
to school and uItrch. Price $35 pe)r
SS acres, known as 1. 0. Smith'
hoine, bounded by S. A. Willian:,
Chesterf iel AleI)ailel and Others.
Price $37.50 per acre.
169 acres. known Mr. Albert B.
lurn'1.1s homei(, bounded by Sam Bun ivs,
.\ia Iburns and Robert Pleintlg. This
is a i1ce piece of property, nicely lo
cated and good tillproveienits. Cheap
at $15 per acre.
3-: acre more or less, kniown ;s A.
It. 1hrns hom1e, in the citY of LI auriens,
hon nlded by 1loyd Sextots, Geo. Gvarrett
and fronting on North IIarper stree,
withI seven room dwelling. onuthuild
ing and line well of water. This homie
has beeni recen'ly built In fin e loca
tion and (enin lie bought for $3,200, oie
third c'asl, balance inl One and two
1 :)-I acres, Imiolre or lss, hnown as
P". It. Illakeleyv lione, hounded by Y. C.
I4[ellams1s, .1. J. I)endy and froiting
Church street. IKight room cottage
and outbuilding, city wales', with
lights. Fine pasture. Price $2.500.
5-I 1-2 acres, known as the Gilly P.
IltlIdle hoiie pIlae, bouiled by Charli
tlenson, It. P. Garrett and lLittle broth
(rS. Price $:, 7.-d per a re.
The Land Man Wh
admitted to be
This is not a theor
SThe popularity of
Sfer'tilizer has caus<
name: if you want
be sure to buy the
If you are not alre;
alongside any othe
F. S. R(
Norfolk, Va. Ba
Spartanburg. 8. C.
Mr. T. Furrow, mother and sister,
and Mr. C. W. Wilkio and family of
Fountailu Inn, were visiting relatives
and friends here last week.
Messrs Farrow and Wilkio and a
few men of this community wont fish
Muller and Ambrose Watson of Enii
orce, visited Mr. Austin Abercrombie's
family Saturday night and Sunday.
Mr. Frank Clark and mother went
back to their old home in Virginia a
few days ago to attend the burial of
Me. Clark's brother.
Soveral from 'this community at
tcnded the all day siging at Grays
Up-to-date bakery at very reasona
bl0 price and terms made easy. See
me oarly if you want this property.
Also lot adjoining this lot, 62 acres,
at $50.00 per acre.
1 1-4 acres with six-rooma dwelling,
two hanm- s, and other outbuildings at
the Watts Mill. Plie Si,600.00.
3-1 acre of land. boumdod by .Jeff
Sexion. Will 1l akelvy, and Others oi
Mock SI r'et ii hi of I, turens; has
six room dw elliing, for (he small suma
1 3-i acres of land known as the E.
W. Pat1(ton home at Watts Mill, with au
beauntiful cottage and a store-room.
Also tireea uiimlprovedl 1lots at tihe
Waits Mil will be sold remarkably
cheap. See me for price.
. N. LEAI
o Divides The Earti
original f5sh 1f
oniated with F ish-Sc:
the plant food best s
v, but a fact proven by the
Royster's, the original an
da host of brands to app
to be sure of getting fishi
brand that made fish-scr
Ldy acquainted with the si
scrap fertilizer, we simply
r brand and abide by the
Itimore, Md. Charlotte, N. 4
Columbia, S. C. Macon, C
Mr. W. B. Wilkie and family attend
ed preaching at Antioch in Spartaa
burg county, Sunday.
Most Prompt and Effectual Cure for
WleWt you have a bad cold you want
a remedy that will not only give re
lief, but effect a proipt and perma
nent cure, a remedy that is pleasant
to take, a renedy that contains noth
Ing injurious. Chaiberlain's Cough
Remedy meets all these requirements.
It acts on nature's plan, reAieves the
lungs. aids expectoration, opens the
secretions and restores the system to
a healthy condition. This remedy has
a world wide sale and use, and can
always be depended upon. Sold by
50 acres of land bounded by public
highway running from laurens to
Greenville, known as the Uarkadelo
land, just outside corporate limits of
the city of liaurons. Price $75.00 per
117 1-2 aches bounded by lands of 4.
A. Uabib, L. 1. Mares and the Aber
cromie estate. Ilas n co dwoling,
good outbuilding, and farm lands i%
the highest state of cultivation. Pi4c
$50.00 per acro.
67 acres of land just outside oar
porato limits of Gray Court, in high
state of cuitivation. Ifas tonant house
and is very near the Gray Court-Ow
ings Institute. This proporty is cheap
at the price, $,0.00 per aere.
110 1-2 acres known as tho Rouhoa
Martin homestead, siuttited on the
highway from Lanford to Gray Coiurt.
This is one of the finest locations In
the upper part of the county, close to
schools, close to church and close to
market. Price $45.00 per ncro.
40 1-2 aches known as the S. R.
Moore tract and bounded by W. T. Ow
ens, 11. Putnam, .1. N Du Pre and oft
era. Has good dwelling, good tenant
house and outbuildings. This Is a fine
loccation. In sight of the Gray Court
Owing Institute and the most valuable
piece of real estate than can be offor
ed to the public. See te for prices.
2 acres, more or less, known as S. T.
Taylor's place, bounded by North Iiar
per street, Watts Mills property; five
rooni dwelling, storerooun 26xr0 feet,
with barn and fine well of water. Can
he connected with water works. DIlec
tric lights already installed. Prico $3,
6:1 acres of land, more or less, known
as the G. .1. Lanford lands, bounded by
the lands of J. 0. Garrett, II. P. Bur
dette and others. Priice $110.0k per acre.
to Suit Your Purse
rap is universally
uited to the cot
experience of many.
d genuine fish-scrap
ear with fish in the
ni the goods as well,
ap famous; F. S. R.
>lenldid results from
ask that you test it
3. Tarboro, N. C.
an. Columbus, G.