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SPANKED GIRL, IS FINED $10
Cobbler Gave Old-Fashioned Punlsh.
meat When Called Names by
Boton.-A spanking administered
to fourteen-year-old Annie Bolton, of
Watertown, by William Marco, a shoe
repairer of Main street, Watertown,
cost the cobbler $10 in the Waltham
.oourt. He was summoned to court on
the complaint' of the little girl's moth.
According to the testimony, Annie
and several playmates went to the
door of the shoe shop and called the
cobbler names. The complainant says
Marco enticed the girl into the shop
on the pretense of offering her some
old shoe boxes, and when he got her
Inside put her across his knee and
gave her an old-fashloned spanking.
Despondency Due to Indigestion.
,it is not at all surising that cr
sons who have irdigestlon becole dis
couraged and despondent. hiere are a
few words of hope and cheer for them
by Mrs. Blanche Bowers, Indiana, Pr.
"For years my digestion was so poor
that I could only eat the lightest foods.
I tried everything that I fl tard of to
get relIef, but not until bout a. yeirt
ago when I saw Chamb an's Tablets
advertised- and got, ajottle of theni,
did I find the right, ieatment. I soon
began to Improve, adid since taking a
few bottles of them my digestion Is
fIne." For sale by all dealers.
Don't Delay Treating Your (ough.
A slight cough often becomes sert
ois, Lungs get congested, Bronchial
Tubes fill with mucous. Your vitali
ty Is reduced. You need Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-Honey. It. soothes four irri
tated air passages, lo s mucous
and makes your aysteint sst Colds.
Give the Baby and' Children Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-Honey. It's guaranteed to
help them. Only 25c at your druggist.
Only a woman can understand the
paralyzing effect of d sorders in the
female organtism-th misery of it
and its depre. sing illuence 'on the
mind. Many wo en vho formerly stif
fered from thos sorders owe their
present health o DR. SIMMON'S
PQUAW VINE WINE. It exercises a
powerful restorative Influence on the
female generative system, builds tip a
srong body, restores healthy regular
ity and promotes cheerfulness and a
lear rosy complexion. Price $1.00 per
bottle. Sold by all dealers.
WE ARE CLOS1IN OU1'
This is Boosteri Clothing "\
the biggest values in cloil
oi' in Laurens. Suits ranug
$4.25, $5.00, $6.39, $8.0
$13.50 'r the $18.00 kilnI
2,000 pairs ol Menl's P-1aits,
;1nd( prices for work panif
abhout alId dress pants.
have sone Pants vaIles .9
u p to $4.98 for the $6.50
let us palit you ip.
SPECIAL BOOSTER P)
36-inch all-wool Crepes, Ser
this week......... ...
1,000 yards Fancy Outings.
2,000 yards 10e Gray Otin
1,000 yards 6e Plaids ....
Good yard-wide Sheeting
8e best yard(-widle Sheeting
10e quality Shirting Chev
5eb Call ico (Hloosteri priice),
7e Pereale (I oosteri price
' 1,5'00 yards be-autlifuil Plaid
hiams, special Booster' prI
Special lot IFaney P'laidl S
.15 to ......... .....
The '-ouse of Ma
Ladies' and Childi
for Men and Boys
of bargains in tl
Shirt Chevots, D
Clocks, Guitars, la
Store and buy yor
buying your Fall e
HUY EtE-YOU WILL SE1
I ~ BE TIAPPY.
The House thK
31UPENDOUS PALACE OF LIBERAL A1TS AND SOUTH GARDENS AT THE GREAT
PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION,'SAN FRANCISCO, 1915
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Copyright, 1914, by Panana Pacific hiternational -:xpositin Colpuay.
This picture shows the colossal Palace of Liberal Art t the l nimnta-Pac-tie l'ui"nilonl fExposition. as -:een
from the great South Gardens. In the foregroid is thew Avtnuc ol I'alms, b rdf.ra b. s...ttodeal growlhs
brought from all portions of the globe. The cxposition will o! 11 on I Vebruary '.M . l ( 0 1)e li'eiber 4, l15. ani
exhibits from every part of the world will be slown.
MARVELS OF YELLOWSTONE PARK IN VAST REPRODUCTION
PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, 1915
'.k We have.
4, $. 4p o
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ix O 11 STER ST
RICES II ISV
Pn CLOHIG7 Julet
2$9.90 111 to
8, $1.25, $1.48
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Di*est(il.0 'WHERE THOU SANDS__BUY THEIR WINTELR
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.m212 Our Store is Now Kno~wn as The Booster S
fly Departments, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Dry Goods, Millinery, Ladies'-read'
.en's Coats, big line Dress Goods fancy ard plain weaves, Bed Sheets, Pill
ills, Work Shirts, Dress and Negligee Shirts, and believe me we have the b
ever landed in a Booster Store. Remember our store is 2 in 1, Main Flo<
ie Basement, Tinware, Glass, Crockery, Enameled Ware, Lanterns, Lar
Churns, Flower Pots, Jeans Pants and Knock about ernd Dress Pants, y
rills, Outing, Flannels, Bleaching, Cambric, Blankets, Cemforts. Nc w 1
azors, Scissors, Pocket Knives, Table Knives and Fork, Combs, Brushes,4
Bibles, Testaments, Candy, Tobacco, Cigars, Cigaretts, Standard Med
Baking Powders, Starch, Matches and hundreds of other items we hiave
r Fall and Winter Goods, we can fit up the whole family and our lower
nd Winter Goods at the Booster Store. These goods are going to be sold.
REMEMBER THE BOOSTER STOR
tDefies Competition and Sells Same Goods for Less Mone)
.Completely Ot of the High-price A r';' t to E
LANFORD NEWS. *
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lAinford, Nov. 16.-Mr. .1. Ben HI un
ter and family spent the week-end in
Spartanbugr, the guest of Nirs. ii uin
Mrs. M. d1. Patterson, Mrs. J. W.
Lanford and Mrs. .1. It. Cooley are vis
iting in Leesville this week.
Mrs. 0. F. Fowler spent several days
last week with Mrs. Willis Yeargin.
Miss Ietolia bainford was in Wood
ruff Saturday on busintess.
Miss Othella Jolnlsont (ntrUtinted
a inumbi11er ofr I frieiids a.I a hi rthday
super last h'lu r ts1day ntight.
Mrs. G. J. haunford is improving and
it is hoped that. she will sooni he able
to come hoie fromi the hospital where
she ha.s beeni for two weeks.
Mrs. Aliev Nelsoti and Miss Othetia
Johnson were in ILaurens \Vdnesday
Mr. Johnl Patterson and .i s .\lartie
Yarborougih wee tuarried tI th .\ leth
o(dist parsonage Sunday afitetnooni. by
the lley. Mr. Justice.
Miss .lnie llun1ter wa.s inl laanford
Prof. RIhodes and .\lr. Hoyd Ie
shields attended the play at Laut rtts
Ilonor Mill of' Cross; lIIII School.
First Glirade: I lotace NiS'wain, I l eln
Grifiln, Margaret itasot, Ior) ine Cole
Second Grade: Gladys Thomlpsonl,
(Gussic iarmon, George KilIugh, .1. 1.
Third Grade: Vera Lowe, \orkman
I"'opp, Marlon Hoyee.
Fourth' Grade: Myrtle llack, Alma
Colpemnan, Lola Boyce, May iiitt, lies
sie litt, Johnella Austin.
Firtlh Grade: Ani Bell 11111, Laura
inIIg, Lillian Lowe, Sarah Dukes.
Seventh Grade: itima J. Dial, Sarah
Corley, Nell I[ill, 1l ise Nance, Jack
\Vileuitt, it. It. Austin.
1Eighth Grade: I-Neanlor Dial, IIr
r*ows Ili, Jake Itasor.
Ninth Gerade: Lillian1 Martinl, Ruth!
'Inth rade: Simmons Pinson.
rat. uma mmuo mame=
PE' I A I
This week ill n
ily .10. .15, .2"
1Mh- heavyv Sox
l~~b' ~ lttt Se
_________. 7 .:mn!ies' r et
!.10 itown lII
i bireaWvi's .01
Sho.8- we ha,1
Iba I we lla1Ve v
Whole family u
is. We al ta
MOTI IERS, Bi
1,500) Iov 's K n
itromt .5i0 to $
7get n b estlne ofs Lau
(r adiBaemen. lYo sev
a'ps, Rugs, Winidow Shad<
tall Paper, Plaids, Homes
ack to the main floor: J
tationary, Tablets, Penci
cine, Toilet Soap, Laund
nt tirme to mention. Cor
prices will save you 15i
Now get in the game be
at 210 West La
According to the report Issued by
the director ol' the census, there were
23,S91 itles of Cotton ginned in this
cotnty prior to November 1, 191 1. To
tlie same date last year 2,605 baIles
11,1d beenl ginned.
An up-to-date remedy for
cods. That is what Peruna
. In successful use over
Cflds are caught i: rny
-.;.*ys: Illy ventilated reams;
:cOms that have dircct drau!;' ts;
wdAd rooms; damp hu es
:T .hool rooms; ofiic's Iy
(!%:!7C: Of Peruna at the r. te
at the Erst SyMpt:% of
A'., before the bones beria to
:Atc before the sore 4thi at
m mifests itself, or the cough, or
edischarg fron thc nose, just
dose or two of Peruna bekre
,11:!;e symptoris begin is ge:'r
..y slffcieIt. Bu' after the cold
once establistd with the
'Juove symptonTm' prominent, a
_kt~c of Petutfa, or maybe two,
E:1 be necessary.
"For severni years I ha-e
'.cIl0 d wit coldsl lit ealcI 0h:ang.)
of seson. I too(k l'viruni a i:'.vai
I ot boeen trotilei wih the sli .
(ld t14 Ihis Pnir- season." Mr. L r
Fisher, 1028 Mosher st., 1.
" I uIve the children Peruia if they
have a cold, an1d It alwyivs renj.10.1
th m. Arx. 1. 1). jlaye,., 'i937 . -b
ill Ave., Baltimore, m.
"When I feel a (-old coine- .. 1
t a a little Perua . and it o... '
uoil." Air. Charler n. Alanly, 12 .
.8sining. N. .
"No family should evi r hie w! it
peruna. for it Is an unafali , i r.
for .ohl-." Alrut. Al. F. Jones, 1Uurn
il.g tprings, Ky.
How To Give Quinine To Children.
FTIRI.lINIt Is the trde-tannrk nane given to an
inproved Quinine. It is a Tnsteless Syrup. plens
ant to take and does not disturb the stomach.
Children take it and tiever know It is Quinine.
Also especially adapted to adults who cannot
take ordinary Quinine. Doestoot nauseate nor
cause nervousness nor tin I jthe head. Try
it the next time you need I* " for any put
pose. Ask for 2-ounce orI pckage. The
ianme FEIRILINIU is blown In te. 25 cenAs.
dewin'or. the whol1e f'1un.1
..39, .45, .60. .83 J .arment
.... ... .. . . .. 0 8
nose ... . . .. .10
08 .10. .15. and .23
ethe( bigge.st line f Shom.s
v.rI. sh1wil. We can it the
.Comne 'Ind figulre withl
'lve you monelly.
ETNG YOUR BOVfB TO
30STER STIOR 1
ess theml upj no0w.
e Pats Suits5, dole~J
4lutli Suits, all ages fer
at's, itlld we vall saVe yell
L.50 onl a Suit.
........ .... .... .. .10
udriy Suoap....... .......25
........ .... ...... .15
I oyI nu w hile t fytl
aist, Petty Coats,
Lfts and Clothinlg
ill find hundreds
es, Curtain Poles,
~puns, Sea Island,
is, Memorandum i
r y Soap, Blueing,
ne to the Booster
to 35 per cent by
r itis too late.
E:----WE~ WiL iirELP YOU'
THI OU"I' YOURI DOLLA11 1.