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LAUltl'?N$, S. U., JUNE 10, 1914
The Advertiser will be glad to
receive the local news of all the
communiies In the county. Cor
respondents are requested to
sign their names to the contri
butlons.. Fetters should not bw
malled later thun Molnday morn
It begins to look as If the Gireen
eveti1. I ndex's prediction that McLau
'rin would not. be a candidate for gov
ernor when the campi)aign opens will
yet come true.
a . "
In another colunn of this paper will
lie found a "P'olitical 'Chronology'" tak
en from the editorial columns of The
Yorkville 7 -ilnuirer. The I'nqu Irer
,was not given du(e credit for it when it
was printed of the "fIrst side" so we
tul:2owledge it here.
T'in-" GIreonwood Index's precdictiont
ihm: .1ohn Ia. Alel,aurin would not run11
fe .-overnor dlid come true after aill.
T': I:tdex. it is frue, went on the soft
l 1:'. U l . tCe mtilAter for seve'al
wet':.; but. it will break lo:):=( Thu:;
day' with a strong "I told you .
Col: r ah'o l hoys;, let s have it'
'lhe Iorlgsiv'sai xe Varnter i' nn Ity
c(rried a. tlllng 'artoon on its fron!
poae illudsr: t.l: the w',a.--tefutln s
:1)ul lo s inl u n0 U;_ poor ila irming tr'oth:
ol . Oin cawi :.?ri h-L was pi111 11 a :,) :-. .
g e lv * 1 m''. ii who 11uin:f ite ili
get:'ly t a ! I: ' - iines ha ':is and who
rae :)1a '1i of ctiton to th 'lY $ On
h1" oth'er t side r; as I.e .:)an who j' ais
to th 'l e r Iln 11.. iE of thefl:l
Vir, a: inv Oi 'nt pte Ir ! :: rel of '10) pte:
y Ii ' (11d:t l :i1i' or a p,o it, of .
w 1i 'i t tue< '. ai he ltter.th in-ga
tyc Im.' <w $a d:ort, na'id nothino.
l ater ie nly'P.t} hiet i r :' (t : ti t bo,
h'IS labor. "':d f ll r. 1 : 0 1 .:b;'
vIt i l t t 1 Jl n':rwint w')(1 mu t
na Issa riy I l 1:i r er i: ilihe es or i of
111)- )argCer crot), it onl y ciosst g
edo a to r h , lie ha 11tlO pr ILe3o :at 1tn
1,1t'h ' one-.thirid of a bale.
CW::en a vrtantyesInts himwelf he
ior enromn thei'lI i tresumlioi hats
Vhe i tow demnoc'at i1II1 rgdi'sa ofi
prevjiiou's OICh' party i~in The er
tay has norrtgt ol thny him. henl
laer hulto pel'ents himnl iati tho box05
((ton i vote hpir the taket orn
SOa l.0 upot t h ne Anomin lea ofh
ldand YtifIiL heuport thme'yat tday
genea hletio tohe oprerpin te
comvles a cernory. i, stowev.r the
cr hose ao enof int l books
ves in thea ldeocrahIgh prmrand
upport somel tthetweent thn the gen
er toial ectiows canotre nslier
alr demcthf. No on.y tha Iu 'hy wel
coheralt)yrof porjurInd hia to Is
awution.a 01'h' vtews anthie test. erp
alonga certiniles5 anots prinche ars
touthec tnd schga. to heubanso
Lauekng hem.ome fein hi
sece ad ver nor fel thtat. loal
of te suart a lof hane, uprle ighqta
nfeds tof11 of ie, andth high mre
caracter. Twe hAvefrir. opero
and tsaknowledge btwean he o ita
hise folitieal andw Imprnaly xctive
c oie a~ partonl guidend, bthe peos
awar fo~.that w vew yied oursfer
viong cer4aihn Wieso not eoxmuct to
tovte aenod1. sayghtgalat the mean
of~e ofek'in tem. natwe od
'I'h A~v~,~eto feert tohatlcale
pide. fo, non ersa, weul knopti
rit to spporta. Buta wen do h ot exua
pfedt to fAo the aille, poan; the have
asr wel asf-ithfu gutide of te pet
Mae wrWa teds agins th cn
hosts of them, and will no doubt poll
a large vote here. All those remain
lug, excepting those not in favor of
Iaw and order, could very well flock
to the standard of Cooper for he is
the eneuy of none and the friend of
all. Personally, while to be sure he
is not perfect, no fault can be found
with him and politically he has al
ways stood for justice and square
dealing for all classes. Ills views are
sound, logical and progressive, with
enough conservatisim to make himt
well balanced. And with all of his
good points, Mr. Cooper deserves the
support of his neighbors, for they
know the obstacles he has overcome
in attaining his present high position
in the commnonwealth.
3.l\VN AE UI,.\)
OVER LJV i TONE.
Former Sufferers From ('onstilpatien
Now Inprocd Without 'I'aklimw l'n
Matiy, many thousands of people
who foimieriy sutfered from Cotistipa
Lion are delighted \wit I t hit, ielief
brought them by takinkig I)olso1's li -
er Tone insteald of disagr 'eeabl' 111
often dangerous caloiel.
(alomiel i' a poison. a f(r01 of) m r
(ilty, (langerous to tn:iniy people and
causing luinp;leasant at e'-('iff(t:s totr
neatly (veryonie who Iiies it.
)odson'; iver ' Tone i retol.
nended as a ierfectly sif and re
liable t'reme((y 1o take the ph of
calomel. 'ITis is (x;ct!y wl't it is
made for and lhas heein miiad'e fo I'ver
since the first bottle was 1111 up and
soldi. It is wide(ly inlitated. So I', care
li to get the original.
Dodson's Liver 'T'one is sold and
guaranteed by Laurens I)rug Co. who'1
will refun!1d puirbchase pr (1(ic I.M I int
stantly with a smile if you are in any
*)odson's Liv(r Tonllue is a tl ta1table
vegetabhle-liqunid. Its action is easy'
and natural. wllh no gripe. not pain
and the after-effects are agr eeabie.
Ilodson's Liver ione does not inter
fore with your regilai dtie-, habits
antl diet, and bhtlld.;a :1;1 sr hen
insteadtt of \wealoning you (1r "knrock1
ing you all out" for days. as ealomtel
and strong purgatlives so often do.
1)odson 's .mnay dot for you what it has
f'or all Ihe'se ot 1.r li; p. 1hou1 :ins
Local Te:tn ni11 l eme -'ir:,( of Week
for Flotretnce to .\itetnd 'Toui: nament.
The I.::llre'ns l'ire' leparttme-lt team
,w}"'h lhier .1. T. ('re"v.s a(isi .\=aistant
1,'hi' ('l ie ',owler in elbar g will
h t-,i - .onliay for 1'ol'lrn to
;(,:lr, in the' annul: no in o:
t .:i 1 t ilneli 1 ir n e at ion. The
\\I till (nte tii, w N turname:t
t1th now f:st hors.-e th t ll
a crelas'd. hi:'y '(':Ce t ItI
i ekt withi all tI honor, . or
I no.n:th 1 ' ['vor tw ( 1 . b
::('t ;i \vork 1 rac'ti.' an~i ('h1ief
f eti t th in look mii :: y
u, inning Ihu n. Th; !m.r.
:1 \wil leave l"'i]h. I'
ITh' ra:il.''i~i!. ;: - s
The : i tria , fare' to it,.i i:
w : t10 on(1 1 : ''T'en'.It i:. .M . ''(1 1( In :t: - m 11, m 1)
hor( ls of' , loca' tl team ev e l t( ;(.(1
hop, t1a' m)(aniy froltl hero wil o
w ith tIIi:n to witness he racet's.
.\ horse~ Ituil butggy were s'totleni by
I'to mlen' t1tm the battn of .\t. W. l).
Hairtis, in Y'outwt s townshi p, Sundoay
.\onday Inl itrt wvell, Ga., beIng cap
Itredl by the Geor'gla shteri ff who he
ca.:re suiciiou~s of them because of
yesterday . for hiartwellI to bing t he
team il batk . Th le pirisotners; have sahId
that they will return to the state to
standl tria andl wIll niot demand requl
TPhe leadinag dlocitrs of l'ra:tnce have~
for yeats used a prloeipilti of vege -
11able( oils for chr olnic Stomalc h troul e
and~ (constipati ion that acts like a chiarmt
One (lose will conv'ince you. Severe
cases (if years' standinig are often
greatly betnefited wi thinil 2 1 hiourts. So
manthy people11 ate get tilng su rprising
resumlts thbat we feel ail persons suffer
ing froma conlsti paltion, lower bow~el,
l iver and stomachb ttroubl)es should( tr'y
Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy.
it is no0w sold he. bIy Laurenis D~rug
Bakery Moved to New Quarters.
IHennett's bakery. whicheh has been lo
catedl for some tIme on thle cornetr of
Laurel and Lauirens st,'eets, opposite
the cIty hall, has beeinmov'ed to the
Martin buildIng further iul thie .:treet
next to Switzer Company's store. TIhe
change in location was made last week.
Children's Day Service.
The annual children's day service
of the F'lrst Methodist church will lbe
observed Sunday morning at 1i
o'clock. Th~e pulic is cordially in
Coughs and Colds Weaken the System.
Continued coughs, colds and broi.
chial troubles are depressing and
weaken the system. Los of weight
and appetite generally follow. Got a
50c bottle of Dr. King's New Discov
ery today. It will stoy your cough.
The first dose helps. The best medi
cine for stubbern coughs, colds and
all throat and lung troubles. Mr. 0. H.
Brown, Muscatine, Ala., writes: "My
wife was sick during the hot sum
mer mnonths and I honestly believe
Dr. King's New Discovery saved her
hife," OGiod for children. 50c and $1.00
ak vanr drnggiat
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Many Things of I nteresta A bouit the
People of the Neighboring Towin.
Clinton, June 16.-Clinton has been
in the thick of commenceents. for
the past wee~k and tihis one. List Mon
day morning the ;;radtting exeruises
of the Clinton high school were held
inn the school auditorium when cer
tificates were presented to the follow
lug boys and girls by Superintendent
Daniel: Misses Sallie Bell Mcdlillan.
Kate, Shands, Lois 'Chandler, Lizzie
Ituth Davidson, .1ula Owens, Fannie
Bobo, Inez Blakely, Nellie Shippey,
and lessrs Stanley Pitts, Pringle
Copeland, Cla'ence Galloway, ,1ohn
IRolland H unter, Williaum Neville and
The address to the clas was deliv
eicd by the Rev. W. It. Weo'ls of flal
tiinore, his topic being "individuality"
A song by tile high school pupils and
a prayer by the Rev. E. M. lAigm
toot and the presentation ')f certii
eatC. of 'dno sln.1)11 to tin: high school
were 0h er fe' atu'es of t:,e morning
(''reises. ''hme occasion w\a: a imost
inspiring one and ani eiormcous quamn
tity of flower.; mel other gifts lidicat
ed the - o'.m'a rity of the graduating
The class exercises were hel on
iriday ev('eni'g and were higily irtdi
table to all those responsible fot
Te i'resb ymeriani college co n.
mencement began .\Monday iimornin,;
with tilie baccalaurea sermon,
preached ini the First Presbyterian
church by the Rev. )r. W. iI. Woods
of Iall.imore, a friend of President
Iouglass. I)r. Woods' sermon has
been generally commeiinted oii as one
of the ablest ever hee'di here. Ills
theme was "tIhe Dangers of Knowl
edge", his text lemig "Ye shall be as
Cods,. liiowing good aml evil." In thle
reninim g the l:ev. .. I.. .\cl.ees of
):inwburmi. preachmed to t.e YV. M. C.
.i\. On A \'lsion in l.ife," the Jiought
he preaeti led bmeing of esecial appro
p 'iat(:ee "s to titu- oc asin(1.
TI e' is s (1 If iti I-:ukosimlian and
IPhmiloinathcan litieeary soleties tooks
up 11)d\I ay andl Tuemm'msday evenings, the
oiraitor)' (onit'et and the declaimice's
((olt t". in eaci there 'werm six coi
<tants as followvs: orators.: 1t. TI.
'iro\n. .i . I.ind. 1'. N. mireshain, L.
1. Si m pion. .1. 1'. .lac'os., and W. E.
I vit : dcil'c ainw'rs: O. lU. fiell, .1. II.
t'() ic lo gh. 1). .\l. .\leintyre, It. S.
\c oolA Poa. II. .!. \\'ilOn. .\l . . ('arn ;
i. a n IttlH- conitests wet'e
1':r'le Wted'n':lay imorning during
th: e,)Imuolnceeno-ut e'xercises to P'. N.
m: U . I I .11.
Id \\',csdy morni g mthe conm
P!iet.ent exercses p1 ioper were held
T l'' lit- r.y address w'As delivered by
th'e lIo::. 1. 1. Iaming of Sumter and
w:: en'jo.vei by a larg'e adiuece. Sig
tifica if tof ele int 'er.t of the people of
'liniton in the college was the pies
(nCe 0of ithe imeirchamcnts anid othier busi8
iness men at these exer'cises. The val-.
e'dictcory wais delivemed by' .1. S. Land1(
of' Yom'kvillec. Id iplomias were lire'sent
(': to the' youngmL men0 by Pr'esident
Tihe it'r. Dr. Alexandler Mmtartin of
Ilock 11111 pre'isente thcile miedals as fol -
Schmolarmship iumedla for) i time hiIghest
avtera:ge, .1. 5'. Land.
D.eclaiimei's' miedal, 0. 11. ld!.
Ora.tor's' med'cal , Paul N. Grei'shatmn.
A\liumni iimedal, II. D). Smithi.
'mmkosmin IIiO(lcety i mprmiovement
liest essay, G. L. lDavls.
Best Poemii, WN. IL. Davi's.
Best story3, WN. I. Danvls.
Pre'isiden~t Dotuglas then made sev
cral initer'esting annmonicemments ini re
gardc to time work of thme college: that
c'onsidierabile ii mrovemient wvoulcd be
imadie omn the campusi5 1m during the coim
liing yeair, that, time eetion of thme new
science hall will begimi at omnce whlichm
will be a m'esmrial to time fotundler of
thme college, thme llev. Dir. Jacobs, that
(Ervin C. Fellemr of Over'land,. Ohio, lies
been securedcc as phlysi(!al director of
thme college andmc will take til his nmew
position tihe first of thme nession; that
Prof. Aldahm R. McTaughliln, a pmost
grautiiate of P'rincetonm uniiver'sity, wvill
hie coninectedl with tihe college next
year in time dlepar'tmenmt of science;
that, thme board liad estab~llihedl time
chair of education and puiiIc speak
ing; and lastly, that a snmall iincrease
woulud be mlade inm thme pmrofessomrs' sal
rThe altumni association of thme col
lege met Tuesday morning amnd thme
college board on 'Puesday afternoon
The commencement of the Thorn
wel lorphanage began Friday evening
with time closing exercises of the Mary
Jacobs high school. 6ix of time boys
corepeted for a declaimers' medal.
There were nine members of the tenth
grade, who received certificates. The
Rev. J. .B. Branch, who has charge 'of
the orphanage schools, presided over
the exercises. Music was furnished
by several of the girls and time clos
lng number of the program was the
On Sunday morning the Rev. J. R.
Sevier of Augusta, Ca., preached the
baccalaureate sermon before the six
young ladies of the senior class and
a large audience. He spoke on the
duty of fulfilling one's destiny, using
as his text "Se that thou follow the
pattern given thee in the mount."
On Monday evening the William P.
Jacobs literary society presented a
"Drill of the Nations,' a strikingly
costumed and pisturesquo spectacle.
The usual graduation exercises we're
held on Tuesday evening, and the ex
hibition will be held on Wednesday
The town is filled with visitors fer
the commiiencemie i, and many in
formal and elaborate entertainments
have been arranged for their pleasuf'e.
Among other things should be men
tioned a dance on Wednesday night,
and a party given Miss Bletty l.'ik of
Laurens by Mrs. ES. W. Ferguson.
Misses Maud and Mabel Sumcrel
were hostesses Friday afternoon at a
handkerchief shower for Miss Janie
A )ovely and elaborate reception was
given on 'Thursday afternoon by Mrs.
George Young and Mrs. .Jack Young,
the c'al' l'r lab eriug over a iii .idre'l d.
Airs. .1ohn 11. I i ter hats issuei ii :
vitations to a reception for the after
noon of .lune 17th in honor of Miss
A lovely marriage was celebrated in
the First Presbyterian church on the
evening of .1une 9th, that of Mr. Lewis
S. Hlenderson amt Miss N. Blanche
.\dair, the ceremony being witnessed
by several hun(lre(d friends and rela
tives. The church was beautifully dc
or"ated and brilliantly illuminated,
there being garlands of lovely flowers
At the apopinted hour, the wedding
aa;rch was played by Miss Irene 1)11
lard. The first of the bridal parly to
ener were' the ushers', M('ssrs. Keni
noth Ihurdet.te, ('ihristopher Adair, Wi- I
lie Lell, and Jiohn W. Little, they tak
ing Iheir stand neair the altar. Then
camne Ilhe bride and the maid of honior,
.\lIss I.ia .\ dair., aid they were .joined
at .ithe altar by the grooii, wl)ho ca'
oui the alrmi1 of his best uan, .\ . Wi!
liam N. I i'.ilerso '. The impressi'.
riaii'ige (ereminhiy was performed by
I)r. W. I'. .Iacobs. lmniediately after
the 'lolemn 1 words were siolkeni. tie
;widding i irty passed out of the slie
:.i sI, and after receiving congratla
tion1s fromt their numlerous'triends , left
for Laureus, from whence thiy V. ent
to the miount'iiin l of North 'irelina
wherei t hey will 'ienld t hr rhot:ney
'Ih 1 bride was exqluitely gow od in
a white cirepe de chine creation beau
tifaily tI iiiimed, carrying a large clus
tor of brides' roses. The mahi of
hwiioi' wort, a lovely gren repo do
('iie gown, andi was strikiniely haiil
.i\rs. lin'iiirson will in grealy
missed from Clinton, for she has al
ways lived here and is very popuplar.
She is elevei and inteirestliig and gra
The giroom Is a splendid y'ounig
b~usiniess iiana of Blairs, aiid is popu
lar alike in business and~ social cIrcles.
Amonig time visitors for this wedlding
were the gi'oom's miothei', Mr's. lien
derson anid lils sister', of Blanir's; Mrs.
Lykes of Clemson, Watts I lendei'son
of Newbei'ry; Mi'. andl Mr's. J1. A. .Jones
oif Cross Keys: Mrs. .lessie Spar'ks,
M\iss Spariks, Mi'. aiid Mirs. Rt. D).
Youing and children of Laur'ens.
Mr. Pei'cy C. Ferguson of Whitmire,
son of the late WV. Lowvndes Fei'guson
of this place. dhied last Saturday aftei'
an illness of sevei'al weeks. The fun
ei'iai was held hore on Sunday after
nooii, beiing conducted by the Wood
men of the World lodge of Whiitmiire,
aftei' wvhiich interment took place at
lie Pi'esby terian cemetery.
The deeansed is surviverf by a wife
and four children, lis mother and two
Cures Stubiborn, Itchiy Skin Troubles.
"I couild scratch myself to pileces"
is often heard( fi'om suffeers of Ec
zomena, tottei', itch and similar skin
eruptions. Don't scratch--stop the
itching at once wilth Dr. Itobson's Ec
zemna Ointment. Its fist apliencition
starts healing; the red, i'ough, scaly,
itching skin is soothied by thme heal
ing andI cooling meidineiis. Mrs. C. A.
Eiiifcldt, Rock Island, Ill., after' using
Dr. Hlobson's Kezema Ointment,
writes: "'That Is the fIrst time in mine
years I have becen fi'ee from the
drieadful aillment." Gua raniteed. 50~e at
A meeting of those citizens 'who re
tui'n real or personal property, in
Cross H1ill speclal school district No.
:3, Is hereby called to meet in the
school building in the town of Croiss
Hill1, S. C. Monday J iie 29th at 10
o'clock ~. in., for thpurpose of levy
ing a ta' of One mWfor the mainten
ance of the sch*Jin said district.
By order of tlf4board of trustees,
1T. M. PINSON,
W. E. GRIFFIs Chairman.
Seeretar . *47-1,t
Children Taught to Swim.
More than 35,000 school children
Nere taught to swim by the London
mounty counci anta year.
The -Sherift Nicl__.____._ _,
The numerous friends of Sheriff
John- D. Owings wiil regret to learn SPECIAL NOTICES.
that he has been very sick for the past I
few days. Thursday he was removed
to the Julia Irby sanitarium wvhere lie The ('atalpa 01)01 for summer AMa
Is receiving the best care and atten- s0n modern conveniences, rates rea
sonable. E. C. Owens, Prop.. 17 West
tion. 5th Are, IIendersonville, N. C.47-lt-pd
, MAUNCEMENTS, " ' FounTalie up Friday, June 12,
one squirrel gray .Jersey bull. Owner
County Coimiilssioner. can get same by paying for this ad
I hereby offer myself as a candidate vertisemciit. Allan D. Barksdale,
for the oflce of county commissioner Laurens, S. C. 47-It-pd
of Laurens county, subject to the rules
of the democratic party. J. B. IIITT. Mare For Sle-Standard bred mare,
I hereby announce myself a candi- registpratlon papers ddlivcrcd wth
date for the office of County Commis- mare. Apply to L. W. Martit, at ,.tr
stoner for Laurens County, subject to tin's Stable. 46-t
the rules of the Democratic primary.
D. A. MADDEN. Wanted-To buy for client, farm
land ini large tracts Ini Laurens coun
House of Representatives. ty. State acreage, location aid pric.
raxler' Real Eistate Co., G reenvlle,
I hereby announce myself a candi- S C
(late for the House of Representatives
from Laurens county, subject to the Wanted-To buy a few Jersey
rules of the Democratic primary. heifers. Stat age, weight aid price.
AUG. G. HART. Address '1 Darlington, iaaurens, S.
I hereby announce myself a candi
(late for re-election to the -louse of Notice--ishinul, hunting or tres
Representatives subject to the rules of passing or any kind forbidden on the
the IDemocratic Primary. lands of the following: W. E. Martin,
1-. S. BLJACKWICLL. C. P. Ilolcum, A. J. Martin, Mrs. Jane
I heebyanuunc myelf~ Cln~I- urry, 1,. 1. Ihggins, Mrs. F. B1. Mar
i hereby announce myselfea tin, . 1); Martin, I,. 11111, Mat acdender
date for the house of representatives son, Allen ilobo, or abide by cense
from Laurens county and promise toI quenees.. 4G-it-pd
abIde by the results of the Demnocra tic
primary. W. 1R. RiCIIEY, Sit. For Sale-The old school building
Shereby announce y candidacy for outvlle, and about 1 1-2 acres
t herIle ofctlc cily snidc fors sIt 0' land. For furt her informuation al)
the Hlouse of Rtepresentatives, subl-Il ohado Tutes 46
ject to the rules of the Demnocratc
primary. For Rent-Fully eqipped black
I). L. flOOZ)lYt. smith' and gener'al !' QI lair shion. or
would lre right man. S. N. Crisp,
Supervisor. Mountville, S. C. 43-tf
For Rent--Ono 8-room house two
I hereby announce myself a candi- stories high on Chestnut street. Water,
(ate for the office of Supervisor of
Laurens county, subject to the rules
of the Democratic primary. Apply to W. . Cray, auens, S. C.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election to the offlce of
Supervisor of Laurens county, saubject a
to the rules of the Democratic pr i
nary. H1. B. 11 UMiIt'l.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the offie of supervisor of
Laurens county and promise to abide
by the rules of the democratic party.
It. 1t. TODD.
Superintendent of Ediueatlon,
I hereby announce myself a candi
dale for County Snlperinteadent of Ed
aeation and promise to abide the rules t 1
of the Democratic primary.
JA-MIC'S If. SULLIVAN.
I hereby annllouance my candidacy for
re-election to the ollice of County Au- The Silver 'oelet Set
ditor of Laurens county, subject to makes aa Ideal wedding gift
the rules of the approaching Demao- -tie bride will use it all her -n
eratic primary election.
.1. WAD)l)Y Til OM PSON. lifetime aad it will be ea' I
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Probate Judge. - le. c
We are aut horized to anniIouni ce (l. '1'o those ancertain 0f what
.3. 'T'homiaon as a candidate for re- to gie to the soon-to--e
electli to the ottliCe of I'robate .11 alge. bi'e, we ecommend a ii
subjel. to tie rules of the democratic
primary.r. slctio ll ' Sllr 't'oilet
I~ t a~ar~. ~sets h nlow lug: that thlir a' x-6
Magistrate, (isitt ls(aaa 13, il dsotta (le
I her'eb y announce myself a candi- siga Iltt and rica appearatc
date for magistrate for la1rens town- will delight t aatistic setse ?
ship. sbject to the rules of the dem- - of ilb'
, R1. P. TitAYNli.\M.
I hereby ainnomee myself a candi
date for magistrate for lanrens towna- 00tt1111i11
ship. subject to the rules of the daemo- 0 _
cratic liarty'. .1N.Wtll. - eir&(Ptls
I hecrehy amntounie mya3sel f a canadi- Llli0 - *. .
date for the olllee oif maagistraite foa'
Laurens townshilh, subject to the rules
oif thte Demnocratic pimary.
CHICORA COLLEGE, Carolina
Careful and discriminating parents seeking ideal, moral and so
cial surroundings and influences, together with high literary stand
ards, and Intellectual training, in a boarding school for their daugh
ters, art cordially invited to write for catalogue and 1914-1915 an
nouncenents of Chicora College.
Chicora combines exeellent equipment with a distinctive Chris
tian purpose, giving the comprehensivo training necessary to per
fectly develop womanhood. Religious study and influence empha
sized; narrow sectarianism avoided.
Exhilarating altitude, 1000 foet above sea-level, on thu .dope of
the Blue Ridge; espe ially fine climate. Ileautiful grounds,
'handsome buildings esp calig arranged for comfort, health and
Curriculum affords a 'roal, liberal and true education, especially
adapted to the needs of cpiturod womanhood. Collegiate standard;
entrance upon 14-unit b7is. College of Liberal Arts and Sclences,
degrees of M. A 11. A., B., B. Ped. College of Fine Arts embraces
Art, Expression, Physicd Culture, Business Courses, and one of the
best Conservatory of Music in this section.
Twenty-two Instructors, men and women of exemplary Christian
character, specialists in their respective schools.
For free copy of Catalogue and Announcements, address
REV. S. C. BYRD, D. D., President, Greenville, S.C.
"THE HEATED TERM"
is sometimes likely to include the
great big D- when a fellow gets it
too hot, or the insects "make it hot
for him." All who take in the coun
try for their vacations should be Aup
plied with antidotes for sun-burns'
and mosquito bites. We have a
goodly list of these antidotes, and
"irat aids" to summer sufferers. Be
fore you go away come in and get a
supply. You may want to take some
internal remedies with you also, and
all are here, at reasonable prices. We
have the Palmetto Drug Co's. pre
POWE DRUG COMPANY '
ON THE SQUARE LAURENS, S. C.