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LAURENS, S. C., MARCH 31, 1915.
The Advertiser will be glad to
receive the local news of all the
communities in the county. Cor.
respondents are requested to
sign their names to the contri
butions.. Letters should not be
matted later than Monday morn
All eyes are nlow turnled on the
coun tv sehool rair which is to be held
April 11th. Get, ready andl coie with
WiltI a seventeen million bale cr'o)
of cotton raised and hardly eleven mil
lion bales sold, we have six million
bales to carry over until next season.
Will it be good business policy to
plant heavily again an(d increase this
ThAe edcational spIrit illn the county
is not daunte(d by the war situation.
The counity's school system is moving
fcrward rapidly and surely. Iarge ob
stacles are being llet ,Witi adot over
come. No backwarl, bt forward steps
are being taken. IEvidence of the
com'iinuled forward move:ment may
be found in the ' annuatial Colanty
hlool air' wliCh is to be lield as
usual this yeara', on April Ptl. Pre
parations area going on for it all over
the colllty and ilieation1s poilit to a
very.N "uccssfu fair.
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It h1:is boen said that a fly lb-d i
Alitreh is esn l to killing inillions in
F-eoinm er, and1( mlost likely this i:
1rue .\ ti-ly amlpaintis. t) l14 tu o
effccmiov , , :"wlld beg-in at thi.- 11ime.
While t!he num bialier of t1he liseets is
Smilallast. Allow thea 1) toieed at 1t
firs. opeinglil of spin an. h irof
rinil lag Il' mn ly at sulcha a a:
that. it wi:1 ht. zdbn1o).- inilpossiile to
illatei1all IIy rIdIu tihI emI . It is lo At
fiul whe ther' or not liles can lhe c(o:
pletely exterin ated, hill il is easier
to reduce the nuiimibir lby baega iing
early tih n by I tling it of until they
llave already b~egii to lani;liply. Th'le
greiatest. weapo;n agtainst thie fly Is
clean[ s, jparticualarly lin the yards,
gocod advantage, espeicially earily3 .ini
the0 spinag "hei tw miethiods ulsed iln
'omiaion~ ill miiaiater'ially reducae thea
nuijnhe'" of thie insec'tts andu the:rehr. le's
Til(, tooi, whlo are not dloinag theu irarl
in heclpingt alonag in this pre'isenilt'aian
cIalI strai igency. We rifer to thotse,
manay of themi, who are delayling the
matter af settling aceounats nadoe iln
tihe sprinag of' last y'ear. Fr'om oe
cause or anlothr ccIt seemas t ha t mianay
people arae afr'aaid to tuarn loose whatI
mfonley thley have, eveni though they
honestly owe it to somneonie else. They
have got tea the idlea that cr'ed its arae
going to lie lestricteal anad that thier'e
is dlan ger'0 If thiar su fferinag thaereby.
Probably credits will lbe r'estr'ictedl,
and cer'ta in ly they oughat to lie in numa
crouas eases, bult the honaest mant need
have little f'ear so long as thec mera
chants and biankers are able to aecomn
mnodate them. Iluat whecre thme finaniclal
strengtha or these is being weakented by
ovrdute accounts, thecy ar'e not able to
do as much as they would like. .\cer
chants carraying huge accouants over'
from last year cannot be expected to
bie in a position to give c-redit thils
year anid coniseouently theira ability to
help along is greatly lessened. Thler'e
has been a great deal said as to co
operation between the mercehant, bank
er, farmer, artesan, etc., andl we have
endorsed most of it, imat when -refusal
to paiy hlonest debts when in a position
to do 5o is included In the parogr'am
of co-oper'ationi, we thlik it is a timne
to call a halt. This Is an imnportant
matter, one which -It shoutld not be
necessar'y to dirlect-a-tention to, andl
shouhld be remedIed ln' the praoper' way
.by thiose who ar'e gilty. El'hils countr'y,
this state andl this section have with
stood the conditions brouaght on by the
wrar much bietter' than most peole
thought they wouald and the' futur'e 1
Deed unot be fear'ed If everyone doesR
CROSS HILL NEWS. *
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Cross Hill, March 22.-Miss Litlle
Iae ,Rudd lost a valuable gold witteli
loilewhere in Cross 11111 one (lay last
veek. The watch bears the number
,t3iS,9. The tinder will be amply re
Nothing but favorable comment
tave we hearId in regard to Dr. .lohn
1. .liller's lecture "On Ills Trip to
.i'u ope" last .\Monday evening at the
school auditoiml'iii. It was a splendid
;peech and the large audience enjoyed t
t throughout. We have heard many
Xpressions of Comllllendation 0both of
lie speaker and his discourse. The
nusic in connection with the lecture
vas also enjoyable and the occasionU
vas a success in every way. Tile
;peaker, as well as his audience, was
tappy in his subject and the evening
vas a Illost enjoyable, interesting, and 9
iroltable one. The School improve
nent association, under whose invi
ation tile CItertaillillent was givell,
rppreciates Vely highly the success of
hep occasion, .
Next. Friday evening at the school
milding will be held the townslip de
!laimlers' contest to select two de
-laimers to represeit this townsllip at
lie county failr. Also tile pre'lllillary
'onltest to select a speaker to repre
itlt Cross Iill high school In the
lounty oratorlial contst. An inter
'l ing meeting is anticipated as there
6vill be several speakers for the occa
Mrs. .las. WV. Koon, wlio has been in
ad health for some time, does not Iim
prove, .and it is understood that she
will go to a hospital in Columbia to
lay for treatment. It is the wish here
that a sergical operation will not be
Mr. Charles Kirk and family, of
Florida, came to Cross Hill last. week
to spend tile summer. They are here
with their parents, r'. ald Ms. B. A.
\ 'tarton. It is Inderstood tha t Mr.
Kirk will run a garage. We are glad
to Iave 1110111 ill our)1 midst.
Mr1'. Latimer Riasor, of Donalds, spent
the wveek-elld here w\'itlh his kill people.
here for a few days with ler aunt,
.\rvs. Sophia 1lnson.
M.'s. Wilma Miller, of Whatmire, is
A light shower of Snow fell here
Sattlrdlay about 110011.
.111st receive,l Ui~pid Stove Polish,
test ma lo 1A iln lpir (.all.
S. M. & E. i. VILICIS & CO.
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IVA'ITS 311 l,~N IS
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Watts .\ill, .\arch 22.-n01 I riday
aft1,0rnoon1 ab)Out hlfl past fiVe O'Clock
tho house occulpie-d by .\r. Guy WalI
drop, onl Sllythe St., was destroyedl ly
tire. Only a portion of tLIa hollsehold
In111t1 lre was saved. The fire is sup
posed to have originated from the stove
.\lssrs; L. l.. I11shop and 1). L.. 11111
('onvention101 at ('lilestoni last wveek.
.\lr'. .I. Lee Lan1gston,. be'ing on1 thle C're
dIenitials comm)111itteec, alIso afItendied t he
.\i'. and~ .\l's. .1. C. (aymlonl, of Cl in
ton1, visied at tihe 1home 01' .\lr. and11
.\ir's. W. E. 11ilrns oil Saturiday and1(
1a'r. Ellit( lIlen~jai n l an .11 311 as Oc
tavia .\leQuownl, of' ('linton, splent Sun
day at the hom111 of .\1'. and .\irs. I. Y.t
.\lr's. L ou Moor'e has been Sa~t spendig
a few (lays with Mr1. anld .\irs. .1. M1.
.\1'. Ii. It. Woodslide hlas r'esigne~d as
weave room1 over'seer' and(1nacepted a I
similar1 1)5 lollio at ILauriens mflill.
Ma'. WV. A. Iitile hlas accepted the0
plositionl here' as weave r'ooim overseer1,
and Mi'. Will ,Gastonl will succeed Mr1.
IRiddle as aszsistanlt overseer,'.
Miss Ella H~ear'den, of 1I0noree, is vis- a
tinlg friends at tIs Place.
The praotr'acted meeting whllich ,h1as r
Oltaontinue herle foar thrlee weeks closedtl
il Sunday night. R1ev. M. 1L. 'Lawson
issistedi Rev. G. C. Iledgepeth lastv
veek. A goodly number' wer'e add~ed 8
o the clhurch duinil'ig tile meetllng.
The mlany friends of -Mrs. U. WV. Mar.. r
in will 1)e gladl to learn thlat she is
ow fast impr'oving after a few (lays of c
Miss Eunice Henderson, who hlas
eenl .principlal o the night school here0 1
or some1 time, will return to hei' home N
n Simpsonville this week.
See our new line of (F'owel anti CurI- V
aln Tfods, pice 10c.
S. M. & E. HI. WILKES & CO. s
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Madden, Miarch 2?.-T always wish *
Vhlen an especiall~y disagreeable (lay*
omes that my miemor'y was good ,
noughI to recall just what kind of ,
veathier we hlad on that dat0 last year'.
VtY should conlsolo ourseles with the ti
houight "that March w'inlds always al
recede May flowers."
Tenemelrs are taking nadvnntnae of
8ese days to run the plows for all I
ieir worth. Getting ready for cot
>n? Yes, but there is .not so much I
unano being hauled yet-but what a
riner will do on 'the guano question,
i hard to guess.
In nearly every family there have
ecen one of more down with gril)pe
ut. so far as I know, all are better.
Mr. and Mirs. Cliff Cunningham
lve moved down o a fairm", neari Mr.
' .l Shaw, known as the Moore place.
'e are sorry' to have them leave our
Miss Julia Henderson of Waterloo
nie up Monday morning for a visit
j her sister, Mrs. Carl Prolhitt.
Nit. Luther lHiggins Is spending
while with his sister, Mrs. Cora
The friends here of Mr. Add BIoyd,
f Laurens, are sorry to hear of his
erious illness and hope he will on
Miss Lidle~ Culbertson, of Ekom,
topped over for a few days with her
icle, Prof. 13. Y. Culbertson on her
uturn from a visit to her sister at
Miss Kate Woinord has resumed heri
idler at Winthrop Normal 'ollge.
he wa. given a warm welcome back
y her friends there.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Finley spent
4unday with the latter's parents, Alr.
n(d 1i'rs. Watkins of Woodrow Wilson
Mi. .1. A. Wofford has recovered
roi his recent spell of grippe, his
riends will be glad to hear.
Mr. and 'Mrs. lee Culbertson spent
unday with homefolks near Ekoni.
Miss Robbie 4Iludgens of Laurens,
pent last week with her grandnoth
i', Mrs. T. S. Langston.
The Clemson Cadets are on an en
ampinent this week at Anderson.
'wo Madden 'boys, Cadets Wofford and
hadden are realizing now a long
horlshcd hope -to camp out like sol
liers. This encampment is a part of
heir military duties and they will be
vell drilled while there.
Mr. and Mrs. William Byrd stopped
of a short while with their grand
nolihcr, Mirs. Cuininghlam oil their
'eturn from a visit to Ninety Six.
We heard an old lady of 83 years
!xpress a desire to spell in a spelling
nateh with some of the younger gel
ration. Wonder if we couldn't ai
'anilge to let ler spell at the fair.
The Ilnonium1 ent 'ecently erected by
lie W. 0. W. to on1e of their deceased
nmbers, Hl1 I,. .ladden in New Pri'os
W't. Celletery 1', 11i a ieTdit. to 1Che oi'
anizatilon-It has been much admired.
.luist received a big lil' Can Opii:en
rs, Potao .\lashr's, iRolling Plins and
A..L. E.. 1I. WHI -1 kS &C0.
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Col(d Point NE'W. *
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Cold Point, Alarch 22.- The ladies
)f the Wolinll's Aid socicty are having
lie church at .lt. Pleasant painted.
Alr. and .\Mrs. It. Al. Ciningh a ill
lient Sunday013 with Mi'. Wade Willims
11nd faily near' Oakville.
Mr is. .\lary D aventport, of Gre''en
.roodl, is vlsitinig 11(r dIaughtter', .\'rs,
l'. .\l. Shiaw.
-aiirenls w'i th relatlives.
.\ll's. W. II. llndr'ix. of' Mounitville,
pent. Sunday a fternoonl w'ith Mrlis. W.'
'1. lFo wler whoi is lealI sick.
.\lisses Ann11it' and1 .11ulIa Neilson were
lie Siiniday guests of' thir cou sill,
oh isses lKat' anld EllIa ay1 NelSOil, ne(a r
.\ir. TI. Hi. Weather's spent. Snnday at
A'alts Milils w'ith relatives.
Mr. and AMrs.. IBrooks Nelson were
he Sunday guests of Mr'. Will Walker'
AM'. Robert Weathers spenit Sunday
v'ith his unle, Mr'. John S. Nelson
We ai'e glad to replor't our1 Sunday
ehool teacheri, Mrs. Alice Fowler, is
b)le to 1be with 11er class again,
Mi's. Zenuor'a E'lmorec, who has becen
cnl sick, we are glad to r'epor't bet
er' at this writing.
Mir. 0. C. Duncan andl son, Albert,
'rer butsiness visitors to Laur'ens
Mr. .Jim Suttle, of Barksdale, was a
ecent visi or to Cold Point.
Mr. I1. Xe. Wh~eeler, our' olhiging mer
hant, wan a visitor to Laurens last
'eek on business.
Mr. Edgai' Madden, of ,Ware Shoals,
dted 1his father Sunday, Mr. Dave
Mr. Oscar Stribling, of near Center
olnt, was a caller at the home of Mr.
1. M. Walker's Sunday.
Mrs. Sam Jones and Mrs. Spoon ofI
ulphur Springs, were recent guests
fMrs. Della Cunningham.
Mecssr's lui'ts and Dallas Nelson
pent Sunday in Mountville withl their
nele Mr. George Riddle.
L4ANFORD NEWS. *I
iLantord, March 22.-The snow Sat
i'day was quito a surprise to eeryone,
ad gone so quickly. It seems that
inter has come again.
The ora~torical contests will be haed
lore Friday night and Saturday. ?'he 2
ublic is invited. A -picnic dinner .will
)e held on the school grounds.
Lanfor and Ora rossed bats Friday.
i'he score was nine to four in favor of
Mr. Gray Moore has moved his fain- f
ly here. We are glad to welcome y
hem in our midst.
Mrs. H. M. Johnson celebrated lier
5th birthday last Thursday with a
urkey dinner.' The table fairly
Proaned with good things to eat.
-Miss Mary I3obo spent the week-end
It O ra.
Capt. J. W. Lanford was in Latirens
tonday on bisIness.
Air. 1. B. Harmon was in Lanrens
Alr. B. W. Johnson and John Alartin
vere here Friday on business.
Mr. Lewis Anderson and family are
lhe guests of Mr. W. H1. Drumnimond
Mr. M. G. Patterson spent; the week- 8
md in Spartanburg with his family. 0
Rev. W. P. Smith filled his regular
ippointment here Saturday and Sun
lay and Mr. Ialdman at the Al. P. 2
hurclh Sunday evening.
We are showing a splendid line of 1
'Red Cedar" Chests, reasonably <
S. M. & il. Ii. W!IiAS & CO.
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Riddle's Old Field News. *
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Riddle's Old Field, March 22.
Spring was wished in by a very (inlet
111( beautiful snow. The flakes came
lown in such a calm way that it was
beautiful to behold.
We are glad to say that the sick ones
n oul,- midst are Improving some. C
Mr. and Mrs. Grumbles and chil
Iren of the Friendship section visited
ri'iends here Sunday.
Mir. and Airs. A. W. Rhodes visited
relatives in Gray Court last week.
Misses Anna Rhodes and Azelle
111iglies spent, :Saturday night with
Miss Emma Tenderson of PrienIshin.
Our school is preparing fo r the fair.
ie children are looking forward to
the event with gladness.
W are expecting a large crowd and
an enloyalble day April 4t-IPeincm
her fhie singing.
* 1llor toh0 Cross Hill Schoo1. *
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I lora! c.ewain, lI elen Grillin, Mar
P.1ret liasor, lPrances liit, Lorine
(oh1an, .\Marion l1l.ak, Gussie 1 ir
man, (ladys 'I'loipsoii, .1. It. Golden,
George Klugih, .Miller 'eaian, Vera
Lowe, Calhoun l i'inson, 1oyd Watts,
Workian llopp, .\li Iloyee, .lohniu
01'a Altstin, Myrtle Illack, .May liltt,
S<ssie Illtt, Gordoni Corley, Al ma
Coleml1an, Lyl ian Lowe, Saralh 1)ukes,
Lntura King, Anna llell 11111, lBroughton01
.\artinl, P11,rman1 GI-riln, Albert DialI,
Nl 11111, , Sall Corley, E1mma .1.
lI'al, 1'iise Nanuce, .iohn W'atts, .Iack
iht:!'row's (liii, .1 ake. Ilasom,.14 Lilar.
.\lti iu, Iuth litasor.
For Nahl'-Nine shmars of La~urens
National llan k stock. Apply to ii. .\l
F~oundi- -One gold -locket w-Uth initialIs
"I1. 8. 0.'' Owner can have by calling
at Th'e Advertiser ofilee and paying
Ine (luar'ter' fot t his adv. 35-IL
LjostiPair of' glasses between1 Coca
Colik Ilottling WVorks and bridge on
Southi - iar'per' street. Finderi will be
r'ewardied it' returnedO~ to M\iss Angel, at
tho .1 ul I rby San itar'ium.
Viining Noicce-JCotiton gr'owoers
will pllealse take notice that liudgours
sintnery3 will runn only on the 26th andl
7th Of this month andl the 2nd and
Ird of' April, after whic'h it will close
Iown for' the season' 26-tf
Farmt For Itenmt-One two-horse
arm for' rent. Good house, good land.
Ice me 0or phlone me. Tom Shaw, Lau..
For Saie-Covingle- Toole Wiit-Ie
tistant Cotton -Seed, purem, 75e per
inshel. J. L. Power, .Gray Court, 5.
. Itt. 1. 35-1t-pd
For Sale--Farm Imliments-turn
>lows, imiddle busters, reaper and
>inlder', Little Joe Harrows. D. H-.
jounts at Martin's' Etable. 35-it
Wanted-5 or 6 fresh milk cows or
viii exchange a mule for fresh milk
is or springers. Louis Anderson or
fWade Anderson. 35-It-pd
Seed-Batta 4-eared prmoliflc Seed
jorn, $2.50 per bushel King's 'um
ii'oyed Cotton seed, '75c per bushel.
Carly Half and Halt Cotton Seed, $1
>er bushel. F, 0. p. Renno. Thos. P.
Vier, IRenno, S. C. 35-It-pd
For fRale-Hiome made wagons, for
single and double .teams. First class
hape and at fair prices. Call and see
hem. J. D). Sexton & Son. 34-5t
Perehmeron Stahllon-Thorough bred
bfnd registered. Will stand for' this
eason at Martin's Stable, L~aurens, 'S.
L. Pedigree furnished to those iigter
sted. Guarantee living colt or no
ay. W. L. Teague, L. W. Martin.
Farm For Jtent-Obe0 three-horse
arm foi' rent. Good house, good land.
eo me or phone me. Tom Shaw,
2aurann,. C.( 34..2
DROPS OF "GETS.IT"
OUT COMES THE CORN!
Vs the World's Wonder; Never Falls.
You'll -make goo-goo eyes at your
set, after you use "GETS-IT", and
ou'll find the places where those
'How Wide Is a 'GETS-IT' Smilo? Well, a
Good Deal Over 2 Feet I"
lankety corns used to be, just as
mooth as your check. There's no corn
r callus among the 'millions of feet
1 the world that "GETS-IT" -will not
eimove-there's no escape. "GETS-IT"
i th-. new way, the simple, common
ense, sure way. It does away. with
reasy ointments, salves, pads, cot
on rings, harnesses, knives, scissors,
azors, files, and the limping and the
ainful pigeon-toe walk of so many
'rn-pestered people. All you do Is
utf 2 drops of "GEMT-IT'" on-the corn
'irivels up-and good bye. Nothing
Ise in tfhe world like "GETS-IT".
lillions are using it. There's no pain,
o trouble, no changing shoes because
"GETS-IT" is sold by druggists cv
rywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent direct
y E. Lawrence & Co. Chicago. Sold
a Laurens and recommended as the
vorld's best corn cure by Laurens
)ru" Co., and Rays Pharmacy.
Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days
'our druggist will refund money It PAZO
,INTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching,
lind.Bleedingor Protruding Piles In6to14days.
he first application gives Rase and Rest. S0c.
We are film believers in the ti
this up we are going to give a I
comn in ii i ity. In order not to be ac
de(lided by ballot.
EACIl IOOSTERZ COUPON cc
am1oun1it tihat apiears5 oil tile face o
WillTN TIlE NAME 1of the far
to go on the BIACK of the regular
of, your favorli iilooster on tie I
wlehlo recelives thle largest numbher
'To each piersoni over six years 4
registers duiirIng TP1NIl faVE hlki
Free' Ilooster (Coupions, wlehlo ma
CONTh0SrT and also for your favori
Any iberson miaking a pu rehas<
- 'eghsterinug will lbe giveni 1,000 exti
Th'le exact standiings or the diff
WileI this liiaby is not ani oriil
anid we have~ fuill permission to disi
faminily in our commninunity5.
Ti IN IIAIY, IN UlkARO N OF.
store SA'i' thl)AY A 'iOrPRXNGON, A
see it'. Th'le ballot box will be clo
I17th. The name of thle -winn iig
store the following MONID)AY.
.\l usic next Saturday by -loostcri
is your time.
The contest for grand
STANDING MON-DAY B
FIRST-Mrs Eava Tecague.
'SECOND-uMiss May Roper.
TIIIIRD--Miss -Lena Roundtree,
FOIJR'DH-Miss Ruth 'Patton,
Others following closely.
J. C. BURl
Add much t<
fulness of East
ment of Eastei
Excellent for Stomnach Troub .
"Chamberlain's Tablets are just fine
for stomach trouble," writed Mrs. G.
D. Dunn, Arnold, Pa. "I was bothered
with this complaint for some time and
frequently had bilious attacks. Cham
berlain's Tablets afforded me great
relief from tile first, and since taking
Dne bottle of then I feel like a diffeir
Dut person." For sale by all dealers.
frh Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head
Because of its tonic and laxative effect. LAXA
rivgt nROMO QUINI N I is better thatn ordinary
~ie and does not cause nervousness nor
n ig i i ead. Remember the full nnme and
ook for the signature of Ut. W. GROVIC. 25c.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Stute of South Carolina,
(oiuty1 of 1Laurens4.
Whereas, petitions signed by a legal
inumber of the (julifled electors and
r'ee-holders residing in 1liunter school
:lstrict No. 7, Laurenls county, South
Darolina, asking for an election upon
the question of voting a 2 mill tax up.
)n the property in said school district
to be used for school -purposes, iave
been filed with the county board of
education, an election is leroby or
dered upon said question, said elec
tion to be held onl the 10th day of
April, 1915, at Belfast in said district,
tinder tile nianageient of the trustees
rf said sclool district.
Only such electors as return real
mr personal property for taxation and
who exhtibit tlhefir tax receilpts and
registration certificates a- required in
tile general election slall be allowed
Thioe favoring the 2 mill tax salla
vote a ballot containing tile word
"YltS" written' or printed thereon.
Those against the 2 11nill tax salla
vote a ballot contiining the word
'NO written or p1fited tlhereon. Polls
shall open .at the'hour of 8 o'clock in
the forenoon and siall remain open
until tile 1our of 1 o'clock in the after
noon when they siall be closed, and
the ballots cotiunted.
The trustees shall report the result
of .the election to the county auditor
Fnd county superintendent of educa
tion within ten days thereafter.
JAM41S H. SULLIVAN,
35-t By order of County Board.
non, April 17th.
leory of large families. To back
Ive baby to som1e family in tills
lsed *ot partiality, this mu111st be
onts for as many Vbtcs as tile
lily to wlicl you lwisl this baby
looster Coloni. Witite tile 1m11110
ace of tle colPoll. The family
or votes will re0(ceve tile BABY.
>f age wilo comes to tihe stor'e and1
Y CON'Pl0Sr will .be given 100
y b~e voted 011 th~ LiV10 IAnIy
te Boosterl 011 the gr'and~ prize.
of $1.00 0or mor0e at tile time of
a coilpons besides those with tile
renlt faulnilies will be Posted each
lan, it's lparenis ar1e giving it up,
o05e of it ill tis way to any good
SNIJIISIC, will be br'ought to 0our
pil 1 7th. Come to the store anld
sed SATiUll)AY NiI'I'T, Al'RIl
am1111y will be an~nounlced at tile
;. Bring your~ singers. One 1hour1
I Prize piano will close
ALLOT DOX COUNT.
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as from Nun