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Bee Dee"*TOCK &IC0
After Four Years of Dkgguraging I hai
Cenditions, Mrs. Bullock Cave At
Up in Despair. Husband Card
* Came to Rescue. '"*"
Catron, Ky.-In an Ititeresting letter tirin1
from thIs place, Mrs. Bettle Bullock lI:
writes as follows: -" suffered for four troul
years, with womnanly troubles, and during Card
this time, I could only sit up for a lIttle mort
while, and could not walk anywhere at years
all. At times, I would have severe pains surel
i my left side. sold
The doctor was called in, and his treat- it wi
mient relieved me for a while,'but I was meni
soon confined to my bed again. After Ad,,
that, nothing seemed to do meny good. i"!!
-a slow fire
rvel of con
or write direct
y) Charlotte, N. C.
Charleston, S. C.
lis case. - ---
nds of~ t for ta
eqal ofee Dee STackedn
5,-Two cPOUL "TMeDINj
Slt o ad er c
Igotten so Weak I could not stand,
gave up in d pair.
last, m) hus and got me a bottle of
ul, the Won' tonic, and I comn
:ed takin /t. From the very first
I could toll It was helping me. I
now walk two miles without its
me, and am doing all my work."
'ou are all run down from womanly
lies, don't give up In despair. Try
ul, the woman's tonic. It has helped
than a million' women, in its 50
of continuous success, and should
y help you, too. Your druggist has
Cardul for years. He knows what
11 do. Ask him. He will recom..
I it. Begin taking Carduti today.
LAR[S AGR4DD SC
Supt. B. L. Jones, superintendent of
the o!ty schools, has handed to the
newspil)ers a list of pupils who have
won special honors for scholarship, de
portmient and attendance during the
scholastic year 1913-14. The list is as
"iMamiiond Button" Roll.
To the puil in, each- gra(e who
miakes the highest average in scholar
slitlp, deportment and attendance for
the ent-Ire session Superintendent
Jot:es gives a "Diaiond" button.
F irst grade, secrtlon A: .!ary Cope
First grade, section A: MIary Cope
Second grade: Cha'rles Barks(leilo.
Third graiie, section A: Sarah Iliza
Third grade, section 13: EulaIi May
Foir th grade: MargarIet Lake.
Vifth grade, section A: Emamiit Stil
Fl"Iih grade, section It: 'I'homas
]I ,Irk sda IP.
8Ixth grade, section A: Mary lilack
Sixth grade. section 13: Nash llil
Tienth grade: Annie Barksdale.
Eighth grade boys: Charles 'i'homip
ighti grade girls: Rebecca ake.
N! nth grade: .Frances Lake.
Tenth grade: Virginia Simpson.
Itiurens Cotton Mill School.
First grade: )ora Lewis.
Second grade: Clyde Jones.
Third Grade: Allie Gosnell.
Fourth grade: 'Iille Cook.
Annual Honor Roll.
List of pu3pils who have made froii
95 to 100 per cent on each of schol
arship. deportment and attendance for
the entire session of n-ine months:
First grade: Paul Philpot, Marlegene
Gray, IA)IIise McCord, Rebecca Myers,
Second grade: Robert Babh, Charles
Barksdale, Edmund Lake.
Third grade; Rebecca Adams, Nell
.Jones, F.ura Eliza Swygert.
Fourth grade: 'E4lbert Copeland, Mar
garet Lake, Mary Owings.
Fifth grade: William Gray, Emmie
Sixth grade: Dorroh Hairston,
Charles Hughes, Mary Blackwell, Nash
Seventh grade: Annie Barskdale.
Eighth grade: Rebecca Lake.
Ninth grade: Frances Davis, Hattie
uIlivan, Mary Sullivan.
Tenth grade: Virginia Simpson.
Laurens Cotton Mil School.
Second grade: Clyde Jones. James
Annuda Roll of Distinction.
List of pupils who have made from
90 to 95 per Cent on each of scholar
ship. deportment an( attendance for
the entire session of nine months.
First grade: .James A nderson, Rich
ard( Babh, Durward 10llis, Frank Roper,
lifeez Chancy, Sarah Childrcss, Mary
('opeland, Margaret Iliumbert, Jluanita
McClenney, Gertrude Sexton, 1ida
Taylor, Pierce Martin, lHattie Miller,
* WARRIOR CREEK. *
* * ** * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Warrior Creek, May 25.--Rev. J1. A.
Birock filled his regular apopintment
Saturday and Sunday. HeI preachled a
very interesting sermon Sunday, his
text being "The wages of sin is death".
Mrs. Nannie Martin and (laughter.
Ruth visited relatives in Fountain inn
the past week. They were accomplan
led home by Misses Lucia and Ella Mae
Mr. and Mirs. Claud Wilsou of Shiloh
it tended church here s'unday.
A party of young folks fr'om Prince
on spent Saturday with MIss Erilla
Brownlee. The party being comp~osedl
f Misses Polly D)avis and Essie Adams
mnd Messrs .JessIe and Walter Davis,
mlakinig the trip in Mr'. D~avls' car'.
Miss Car'oline Fowler spent the
week-end in Lanford.
Miss Ruth Mar'tin leaves Thnrsday
for D~ue WVest to attend commencement
Miss 'Erilla Brownlee is attendling
"ommencenment ini Woodriuff thIs week.
While there she is the guest of Miss
Mrs. S&isan Anderson of Laurens is
titendinig some time wvith her briother,
\lr. J. A. Fow'ler.
We were very sorry to learn of the
teirious accident which happened to
NIlss Margaret Stevens of Gray Coui't
Satuirday. She fell form a swing and
broke lher' leg and injured her' ankle.
Mr'. and~ Mrs. Mack Burins and chil
Iren were the guests of Mirs. Mary
Brown.ilee Saturday night.
Mr. and MIrs. Clifton [Brownlee spent
hinday wIth Mr. Rlucker' Powers and3(
Sever'al from here attended the clos
ng exercises of lilemling school Fri
uy evening~ An inter'esting program
d'i been arranged by the teacher and
bildrenn. after whleh they eved cake
HOOL HONOR ROLL8
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Second grade: IHarvey Oglesby, Rob
ert Sullivan, Carl Thompson, Sarah
Katherine Barksdale. Laura Iludgens,
Katherine Meng, Addle Lou Sexton.
Third grade: William Albright,
louston loper, Martin Tleague, Malarioni
llackwell, Beaufort Copeland, Eula
irourth giade: Clarenc' Hbb, Fred
Bishop, ,ula 1ur1ns, Rosa McGowan,
Nancy Meng, Rosalie Sullivan.
Fifth grale: Monteith Caine, Kath
Princ iBlt. Marionu1 11olt, Ilarriet
Ilughes. Thonai Ha rksdale, .1ohn
Vlikes, Doine iarton. Flora lennett.
Sixth grIde: luIIIIens Irews, lea
(rice Cild well, 1.o01Ism lii titer, .Joseph
Ine Knight, EnStelle Mlartinl, Ruth Itid
dIe, Ann StillIvan, [,(o1s Taylor,
Juanita Wilkes, Patti Wilkes.
SeventI grlade: Aarbtha I Iarksdale,
Bernice .eleng, llattle Watson.
Ninth grade: luth McAllister.
Tenth grade: lierbert Suillivan.
Laurens Cotton Mill School.
Third grde: Allic (losnell.
Perfect Attendalnce Ito.
Tlo whomi are awarddc( il'erfect At
ten(aince" blittonis by Superintendent
First gradi: Paul lhilpot, Sarah
Childress, .\lariegenue t,rlay, Ma rga ret
IIlunm bert, L.ouis I McCord, (ertrude
8'exton. Lamar 'Caldwell.
Second grade: dmun 111(1,I Lake, iobert
Sullivan, ('arl Thompson, ('ornelia
Machen, Addle Iou Sexton.
Third grade: Marion Blackwell,
Mary Sue Holt, Toccoa Gray, Nelie
Jones, Sara Il ia Nwyge ll lizahdh
Thom Ipson, Rutth Watson, Inez (ald
well, .\lary Bell Garrett, liula .May
Fourth grade: IMlhert Copoland, .lohn
Robert. Hills. Waldo Martin, PEula
liurns. 1,11Ian Garrett, Maary lludgens,
Margaret Lake, Mary Bell Myers, Mary
Owings, Sara Power, isabel Wham.
Fifth grade: Katherine Holt, lai'ion
Bolt, LouIse Power, Lillian Hell Rid
dile, lmnia Sullivan, Annie L,. Thomp
son, Lee Thompson, George Albright,
Thomas Barksdale, James ludgens,
Donnie Harton, Flora Bennett, Vera
Caldwell. Mary Gasque, Mollie Powers,
Sixth grade: William Lake, Heaty
MeLin, Dorroh Hairston, Mary Black
well, Allie Chaney, Allie Mae Riddle,
Ruth Riddle, Anna Sullivan, Nash
Philpot, Mary Moore, Carrie Stone,
Seventh grade: Annie Barksdale,
lighth grade: Rebecca LNke, Fran
Ninth grade: Ruth McAllister, flat
Tenth grade: Herbert Sullivan, Mat
tie Kate Owings.
Laurens Cotton Mill School.
Secind grade: -Clyde .Jones.
Third grade: Allie Gosnell.
F'ourit h grade: Roy Jones.
In t he tirid gratie priz/es were giv
en to Beaufort Copeland and Nellie
.Jones roi' greatest prlofleioey in
and (cream fi'ee to the patrons and
fr'iends. -All present enjoyed the occa
Mr. Bascom Brow~nlee spent the
week-end in Dials and Fairviewv.
Mr'. and Mrs. PIerce Gar'rett sp~ent
Sunday with Mr, Witllie Hramlett and
Miss Mary Poole returned home
Monday from Laurens. wvheru she has
b~een in school the past session. S'he
was a mnember' of the senior' class.
"THlE GREATEST KID)NEY RE3MEDY
ON EARTH," SAYS A GRATE
I want to tell you howv much good
your Swamp-Root (11d me. About four
years ago. I suffered fromh what the
dloctors called fhitula and for two
year's of that time, I endured wvhat no
tongue cn tell, I also had inflamma
tion of the bladder' and I tied dloctors
medicines without receiving any help.
Somneone toldi me about /Dr. Kilmer's
After giving it a ti 4rough trial, I
neeevedi eliof, s kept%n usIng It and
todlay I am a st'ongf ind well wvoman.
If I ever reel b diy/or out- of sorts, I
take Swvamp-RI 4o and it alwvays
straightens me ouT. I honestly believe
that this medicine wvould cure all troui
bles you recommend it for and it is
a pleasure for .me to send my testi
mony aind phiotogr'aph to you, I think
D)r. Kilnier's Swyamp-Root is one of the
greatest medlicines on earth,
Mi's, John Bailey,
WVest Main St. Portland, Tnd.
Sub~scr'ibed and sworn to before mue
this 12th day of July, 1 909.
C. A. Bennett,
Letter to Dr. Kiinmer & C'o., Bilngram.i
ton, N. Y.
Prove What Sw~amp-Rtoot Will Do For
Send ten cents to Dr.' Kilmer & Co.,
'linghamton, N. Y., for' a sample sIze
bottle. It will convince anyone. You
will also receive a hooklet of valua
ble Information, telling about the kid
noys and bladder. When writing, be
sure and( mention tihe Laurens Week
ly Advertiser., Regulai' fifty-cent and
mne-dollar' size bottles for sale by all
SEASON IS NEAR!
eelebrated I rtwo cylinder
II. P). and will buirn any fuel
stible engine, suh am gaxoli 1W.
'nor that feeds the fuel to suit
Iures, that we will be glad to
any3 size from 6 to 50 U1. P.
for puimps and wood sawing
ize en Igiies of other i ntakes.
[S, Laurens, S. C.
E OUR RARE CHINA WARE.
OMES FROM us
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VERSA RY GIFT, BE IT FOR A
FVY KIND OF A N E VEN T, GIVE
rELRY. THIS WILL ENDURE
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RECALL THE HAPPY OCCA
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that can be used ill any corni h
kerosenle. .II1s throttling gove
the load and ninly other feat
explai to you.. Can furonish
Suitable for all kinds of work
out fits. Also IuIdle sinaller I
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WHE N YOULAR
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WHEN YOU MAKE AN ANN
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AND BE CHERISHED FOR ALL
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WHEN A GIFT COMES FRO.
GIRL WHO GETS IT KNOWS TI
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Office in'The Bank<
We are fully equipped
in material equipment to
We would be glad to con
the sub-division of lands
poses. Letters and teleph