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Madority of Friends Thought Mr.
Hughes Would Die, But
One Helped Him to
Pomeroyton, Ky.-In Interesting ad
Vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes
writes as follows: -"I was down with
stomach trouble for five (5) years, and
would have sick headache so bad, at
times, that I thought surely I would die.
I tried different treatments, but they
did not seem to do me any good.
I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep,
and all my friends, except one, thought I
-would die. lie advised ine to try
Thedford's Black-Draught, and quit
After taking inven
hav.e too many Wi
) While it is possible t]
er is yet to come an
to those who are no
Winterwear at muel
Only a limited nul
hand--these are offei
Oats Right Ti
Makes Short Work of I
In S. S. S. You pet a Twist o
Many a rheumatic sufferer has been to
noO drug store for ai bottle of 8. S. S. and
been handed someothing claimed to be
'"Just as good." ruiy, to ask for bread
and 1)e given a stoneC is still ini practice.
'if you are troubled with rheuimatism in
any form he sure to use S. S. S. and note
Its wonderful influence.
S. S. 8. has the peculiar act ion of soak
ing through the intest ines directly into
the blood. In five minutes its iniluece is
at work in every artery, vcin aond tiny
caplillary. Every mnembranie, every orgy n
of t boy everyt emnctory l eco~fmm in
purities. Thue stimulaoting properties of 8.
B. S. compel the skin, liver, bowels, kid
neys, bladder to nil work to the one end
of casting out every irritating, every pain.
:inflicting atom of poison; it. dilsodges by
irrigation all accumulations in the joints,
causes acid accretllng to disolve, renders
One thousand bushe
Cotton Seed for sale,
f. o. b. Ware Shoals,
Ware Shoals Ma
In FIVE YEARS
taking other medicines. I decided to
take his advice, although I did not have
any confidence in it.
I have now been taking Black-Draught
for three months, and it has cured me
haven't had those awful sick headaches
since I began using it.
I am so thankful for what Black
Draught has done for me."
Thedford's Black-Draught has been
found a very valuable medicine for de
rangements of the stomach and liver. It
is composed of pure, vegetable herbs,
contains no dangerous Ingredients, and
acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely
used by young and old, and should be
kept in every family chest.
Get a package today.
Only a quarter.
tory of stock find we
nter Goods on hand.
ie most severe weath
opportunity is offered
t provided to secure
i below market value.
,ber of Blankets on
-ed at prime cost to
lIeaning Out Your Entire
nd Pains Go Fast.
n Rheumatism thant Settles It.
trnnta l n1 thecatt r thtoso pecular
cause such mnyst ifying and often baffling
Ia welome to the <eakst stomnach. If
you) have dru'lgged yourself until your
stomach Is nearly paralyzed,~l you will be
astonlished to fintd t hat H. H. H. gives no
sensation butt goes right to work. This Is
beause It is a putro vegetahle Infusion, Is
taken natttrailly Into your blood just as
pure air Is Inhaled natutrally into your
(let a bottle of S. S. S. today, and ask
for S. S. S.
You may depend upon it that the store
that sells you what you ask for ia a good
place to trade. WrIte to thte Swjift
Spciicr Co. 20 Swf ldg. amtlanta, Ga.,
mnd plant better seed.
Ia Simpkin's Prolific
75 ets. per bushel
mils. S. C.
Short History of Various
Show that they Hav
Patton School. Iu
Patton school is located Iin Youngs of
township iII the upper part of Laurens
.The building has one room, painted a
Inside. and out.
We have patent desks fastened to rt
strips, so they can be easily moved. n:
Other recent Improvements are: a t(
library, a ilyroplate blackboard, a wa
ter cooler, pictures, a nice recitation ti
bench, and a large scrap book for the (
amiluseiieit of the little folks. n
We have fifty-nine piis1 oil roll N
and only one teacher, but we are try- t1
Ing hard to get another teacher for
next year. b
We have organized a literary society ti
which meets every two weeks. a
\Ve have a two acre play-groind a
which we have been improving reccnt
\\"e play ball at recess and have a
btegun practicing marching for the a
School Fair'. s
Our teacher has been conducting a
right school for the mxen and women tl
of the community. Great Interest was p!
We need at new building, another a
teacher andi a teacher's desk.
Friendshlip School. p
Friendship schoolhouse is situated it
about seventy-live feet from the road
il' a large grove, near Friendship Iit
Church. It Is a two-story building, si
iainted while, the upper story being I
used for a Woodman hall. I
alny iII tuovemlients have beeni made C'
in tie last. year. One of tile roomiis
l'as been lengthened eight feet. On h
tie twenty-seventh of November the w
ladies of the Rural School improve- 11
ment Association gave ai oyster sup
per and raised money to paint the in- T
side of the bcilding. This added great
ly to tie inside appearance. On the
thirteenth of Febr'uary the larger ]It
pils and young people of the commn- t<
Ity gave a play to raise money to get
new blackboards. The amount real- a
ized from these "vo enter'tainmnents
With the exception of two, all the tL
pupils tin our district are enrolled.
This enrolli men t was I :.st year seven
ty-tlree. The oys hiave a good ball I
grounild. They have playel several b
gmiievs w\-il tle schools iear here. n
The teachers, .\isses Madge Iiarri's
and Cleo Waid have carried on a night ti
school for the bi nellt of the comuniiI01 i- A
ty. p'he poaple of this (olmunity' Im
take a great. deal of itilerest inl the
school woik , and isp the school hoxise
as thle ('(nlterx of social lifec fox' both (e
thle old andl young.
Lucile I Riddle. hi
Ninithi Grade. nI
. Hunitersvll~e School.
Our x school house is situted near~ 1
thle pub1l1Ic r'oad anx'd xot very3 far f'romn
Be thanyis clhurichi. TIo the rearx of th e
buildinig is a gr'ove in which is a
spinIg whei re we get. water'. ini frontI
of thIe hbuildin l we hxave our1 play
pround;~ to1 the ileft is the boy's hail
Our school buiilding hxas bxeeni"~' vy
muciithx imxroved sincl(e last. yea r---a
niew r'oomi for the p'iiarxy grxadIes andxi
a porichl hxas bxeen adided.
We also have ne w bhIaekboard'is andxx
tirty1 niew single desks.
We hiav'e r'ecenxtly got toi a iiumbier
of sulP pleimentIary3 readlers, withl ul wich hi
we ai'e very3 xiiuchi pleasedi.
La1st yearI we hadl only twoX( t eachiers.
Tis yeai' wie have thrxee. Tihey are g
LIllie Max'tin. ii
S'ome timle ago wue obxserved Clean- Li
Uji Day, tile menC caime and1( liowed uxp
0our yard'( and1 leveled It off. TPhe lai- "
dies ('clnd uip iside the buiilig.
Our I teacher's halve beexn te'acin g axx
xi!ghit schiooi--forty-thr ee meni andi wo..
men werOie enoi'lledh.
Ihtr xing thle niighit school we hadix a
xnumxber' of' visitor's, among themu, Mr., "
Sv~ eaingexn, State Suplt, or I'cucation;it
Dr. Hill1 fr'om Washingtoxi Mr'. liar
toxi fi'om C'lemison; Miss 10v'a IHite, Mr. 8
Suliv~lan andt Miss Gi'ay.
We h'ave or'gainized a Rtural Schiool 0
inmphrovement Associatioxi, and hope to ""
mxeke a goodi mniy more imrnl'ovexment s
We all expect to attendl the School b)
Fair' on Apr'il 9thx.
Gray Court-0winogs School. rt
Tho Gr'ay Court--Owings school Ir
bcilding is on a little hill hair
way -between the small towns of Gray S
Court and Owings. w
The schools of Gray Court and Ow
lngs united in 1902- b
Tihe kind of building that was con- g
streted when the two schools first
Schools in the County
ilted was a five-room building made
wood and plastered on the inside.
Tlls building was put up by a num
r of public spirited mien rather than
public spirited community.
Tihe growth of this public spirit was
Lpid after awhile and the whole com
unity took an active part in the bet
rmlenti of the school.
As a result of the changed condi
auns, the old building became inade
late to suipply the needs of the com
1inilty, and so a handsome building
as erected in 1911, by tile coimuni
The present building is made of
*ick, is tIhree stories high (counting
le basement), has seven class-roonw
library, anl olilce, a large auditorium,
id is heated by hot air.
'When the schools were first united
iere were only three teachers and
jouit seventy pupils, while now, there
re six teachers and one hundred and
welty p 1ipils.
The school is tile social center of
te community, as it is the mneeting
ace of the associations, and, as the
.ays and other public entertainments
-e held here.
The school is reaching out into oth
districts aIndi many high school pti
is from other schools are now coIl
g to Gray Court-Owings.
The school lIas not yet reached all
I tile district, partly, because tile
hiool has not done its best to get tie
Ip)is to come, bit, mostly because
icy have not seenl tile need of an edi
Thie ideal or am11bition1 of tills schoo.
to get all tile high school pupils
ithinl miles around to coie here for
Shiloh school is situated in Dials
mvJnship, district numltilber three.
This school has been established
JOlt twelty-five years.
The school now has a session of
vell 1110111s and gets a state aid of
ree 111111dred dollars.
All Improvement Association has
e1 organized in the school since
st year, and has beell a great aid to
>tih tile sciool an i ieole of tile com
1im1 provemellt Is have bei md e on
le school grotnd.; his term11;1 al s o
)oks for tIle library at (esks ive
Tlie school is now fitt'd With a g1lhe,
aps, water-coolers and blckets, imat
ii desks and1( a goodl iibrairy.
,Th'ie Calhoun ILiterar'y society, whtichi
als bien organlized in theO school,
0ee" every' two weeks and1( the chil
re' .ke mulich inlterest ill it.
Sonn~e exercises were givenl by thle
hlpls b('fore Chrtistma and111( ten (101
trs were~ * cal izedl fr'om~ th enterta ill.
'The~ Ils1 and1( t eachers are no10w
ttsy ipreparIintg for tile Schlool Fair,
The11 teachlerms of thi elchool thtis yea r
re: .\i isses ('OX, .1(ohnsonl1111 and \ ee.
ith Gr made.
New lIarmtony Schtool,
Our schtooi is located inl D iaIs townI
The school is tile largest it has1 beenl
several years -nllmenfl~lt beinlg
We htave two ieachlers and eighlt
Inl tile fall we gave an1 enltertaini
Cent, for tile Intrtiose of raisinlg mloney
I Securet supp~llemtentary reders~t.
Last year we placedl flfteen dlollars'
Crthl of' hooks inl ouir library.
We are goin~g to ob)serve Clean-Pp
ay Friday, Marchl 1911h.
We hanve 1new blackboards, maips,
Ictionary, globe and stoves.
Tihere ale a few InI 0our school wh~o
ill receive perfect attenldancee butt
We are mlakintg plreparations for tile
Mr. Sullivan and Mliss (iray visited
11r scol onl F'ebrutary 12th1. We
cre gladl to hlave them wvithl us.
Outr greatest nleed is a newv school
ildling wvhichi we ho0pe to have soon.
Mary DIal Gilliland.
Hickory Tavern Schori.
Hickory Tavern schlool building has
ur class rooms, an auditorium and a
Our school has a society named the
idney Lanter Literary society, which
cots every two weeks.
We have a library in our school
hIlding and two bookcases filled with
Our school haan baen in sansion for
This is an ailment that affects women to a large extent, and is
a particularly prominent symptom where there are Irregularities
and other disorders from which women only -suffer.
Squaw Vine Compound
Is a Medicine for Women -
It acts on the nerves, quiets irritation, strengthens weakened parts and restores
the strength and energy of health. Nervous women who are run down, weak
and discouraged from constant sufferiing revive at once under Its powerful restor
ative influence. It promotes good appetite and digestion, sound refreshing
sleep, steady nervei, the enjoyment of a healthy body and cheerful spirits.
it is pleasant to take and acceptable to the most delicate stomach.
Sold by Druggists and Dealere. Price $1.00 Per Bottle
C. I. SIMMONS MEDICINE CO., ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
WE WILL WELCOMC.
U IN OUR BANK
Whenever you are thinking money or bank, think
OUR BANK. Our business is MONEY; "OUR
MONEY. is BUSINESS. We welcome anyone in
our bank and always have time to listen and advise.
If you need a bank consult us. What would you do
without a nrnorAraiVA hank in vneir nonmrnmirn9 VAm-w
first duty to yourself is to have Money in the Bank
It is a faithful friend.
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.
Enterprise National Bank of Laurens
N. B. DIAL, Pres. C. H ROPER, Cashier
A Contest In Imagination.
A good imagination is the foundation of mialy 1 success. A
good inngino i sil a 'i:4 esseitial iII anly succes s Is Ia good memory
or reasoning. A good imagination is the special essentI lal to the
inventor or witer of stories or plays.
Alany of th noted Inventorsi or writers Of stories or plays were
horn' anid raised in the cou nt ry or small towns. Sonie of the most
noted writers of stories ecale such through soine little Incident
that cau2sed Ilien to fInd themselves as well as the vorld to find
We may have some noted latent talent hi1dden In our midst and
we are offering an opportunity that may waken and aroise It to
life and start the possessor on the road to fame.
We shall give 1,000 D3ooster C-oipons to'each ierson wlio will
write a description of fifty words or more of tie baby that, we
will give away on April 17th. We shall give 2,000 to the person who
writes the best description.
These descriptions must be at our store on or before Saturday,
April 10th. The baby will he brought to the store on Saturday,
SMusIe next Saturday by Boosters. Bring your singers. One hour
is your time.
The contest for grand prize piano will close
STANDING MONDAY BALLO' BOX COUNT.
FIRST-Mrs Eva Teague.
SECOND-Miss May Roper.
THIRD-Miss Lena Roundtree.
FOURTI-H-Miss Ruth Patton.
Others following closely.
THE BOOSTER STORE
J. C, BURNS & CO.