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A Happy Home
(Read What Peruna Did)
Mirs. James F". Summitt, No. 1006
EDast Eighth St., Muscatine, Iowa,
"My health was so miserable for
years that I was practically an ii
valid. We# had no family, owing t'o
my ill health. I was inUuced to give
Peruna a trial, and found very quickly
that it was helpiing me.
He is our
"I am now well and happy. We
have a baby boy, which we believe is
the direct consequence of my im
proved health. .He is our first and
only child, and if Peruna had not
cured me of my ailments we should
never have had Jilm. I hope every
suffering woman will give Peruna a
trial, the same as I have."
*rhoso who object to liquid medi
oines can now procuro Peruna Tab
TIAT TiltED FEELING.
Do You Contillay Feel Sluggish,
If you do, it is probably caused by
your liver. When the liver fails to
perform its functions 'properly, the
system becomes clogged with poison
ous matter, that weighs you down
mentally and physically.
The liver gets out of order very eas
ily and if neglected, chronic trouble
usually results. Don't delay if you
feel badly. You knowingly lay ,your
self open to life long pain, when you
allow yourst.lf to continue in a run
down condition. Cu-re yourself (11uick
ly ad harmlessly withethe natural veg
etablo remedy, Li-Ver-Laiix. It has
all the effectiveness, but not the effect,
Genuine Liv-Ver-Lax bears the like
ness and signaturp of L. K. Grisghy,
and is guaranteed -to give satisfaction
or moncy refunded. Insist on it. For
sale by Laurens Drug Co.
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SOM. BY DRIOGIISTS FVFRVWIUi'E
LATUILENS DRiIG STORE.
J. W. Ferguson C. C. Featherstone
W. It. Knlight
FERGUSON, FEA THERSTONE & KNIRi
Atlorneys at Law
L.aurens, S. C.
Prompt and careful attention given
to all business.
Office over Palmetto Bank
SUMMONS FORl RELIEF.
Complaint not Served.
State of South Carolina,'
Coun'ty of Laurtens,
In Cou rt of Common Plheas.
M~adlora Fleming, Plaintiff,
Larry Fleming, ilatty hlarksdale nec
Fleming, Williami Fleming, Al fred
Fleinig, Ilennie L~ee Flemuing, D)o
racena Fleming, D~ougiass F'lemning,
Mattle hell Fleminig, Mamulo Flemn
lng, Luctile Fleming, SallIc 'leming,
Nannile Fleming, Ajsie lFleming,
Stoho Flemling and C. Ii. Ducke'tt,
Tfo the D efendants above nlamied:
Y'ou arie herehy siton 01ed and re
quliredl to answer tihe complalit ini tis
act ion wichl was fileod ini the oflice of
the 'Clerk of thte Court of Common
Pleas for' the~ Counaty of Laurens in
said state, en the 25th (lay of Febru
ary, 1915, and1( to serve a copy of yourt
answver to the saidi comphlaint 01n the
subscribers, at their office at Laurens,
S. C., within twecnty (lays a.*ter the ncr
vice hereof, exclusive or the (lay of
-such service; and~ if you fall to answer
tihe coluplaint wvithiin the time afore
said, the .plintiff in this action- will
appily to thte Court for relief dlemnand
ed ini tihe comp~llint.
Dated Febi. .25th, 1915.
Ferguson, Featherstone & Knight,
To the Non-Resident Defendants, Lar
vy F'lemning, William Fleming, Al
fr'ed Flemning. and Blennie Lee
You will please take notice that the
originial Summons and Complaint in
this action was filed wIth the Clerkc of
the Court for' Laurens County, State
of South Carolina, on the 25th day of
Febraury, 1915, and1 is on file now in
Laur'ens, S. C., Feb. 25, 1915.
Ferguson, Featherstone & Knight,
Attorneys 'for Plaintiff.
Col~s and Croup .in Children.
Many people rely upon Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy implicitly in cas
disappoints them. Mrs. ID. H1. Thomas,
Logansport, Ind., writes: "1 have
found Chamberhla's Cough Remedy
to be the best medicine for colds and
croup I have ever used, and never tire
of reconizmending it to my neighbors
andm friends., I have alw as st'en ,it
to my children when suffering from
oroup, and it has never failed tQ give
themn prompt reliof," For' sale by all
IN LAUIlENS (Ot'NTY
(Conltilued from Page' Six.)
Ings during the year. The Rural Im
provenit Association gave an oyster
supper the first of the year, and re
cently a recital and play, all for thc
boneit, of the school.
For the first time in its history this
commufilty held a four weeks' night
school for the men, and carricd on suc
cessfully, thirty pupils being enrolled.
The attendance was good, and the ill
terest keen during tile whole teim.
The school was closed with a spelling
match between tile men and women,
the women spelling down the men. We
are looking forward to another su!
cessful year for our school.
Colds are Oftet Most Serio us-.-Stopl
The disregard of a cold has oftei
brought ninny a regret. The fact of
sneezing, coughing, or a fevelr should
be warning enough that your system
needs immediate attentLion. Certainly
loss of sleep is most serious. It is a
warning given by nature. It Is man's
duty to himself to assist by doing his
part. Dr. King's New Discovery is
based on a scientific analysis of colds.
50c at your diruggist. Buy a bottle
Several years ago, chillidren of Wa
terloo went to schoolI int poorly built
schoolhouse some distance from the
central portion of town. This build
Ing was very uncomfortable and when
tile wind blew they would get badly
There were no separate reeltation
rooms, just one large room in which
till the chilidrell recited.
When 'cold, the children sat aronid
a large open fireplace.
There were 110 gra(les thell-Classes
were Cnlled by teachlinlg sayinig "I will
now have advaneed geography."
There wias only onte Iacher, n1o mat
ter low large tie school.
0111' present schoolbuilding is an !Iml
provenent oil the old o1e, bettel ill
size and comfort.
The classes are divide(d Into grades,
thus making teaching more systematic.
Three teachers are in charge of the
childrcnl, making the school hours
shorter, interesting both for tle teaell
r and pupils.
The teachers have more time in
which to interest tile children in the
improvement of tile building anld
school giounds, thus making it more
attractive for thlem so that they will
feel that Study is not such a grill task
as of old, but something to help them1
prepare ihemselves to be initeilligent
men an1d wo-no'nll.
Congli Medicine for ('ildren.
Never give a child a cough ledlicie
that conitilils opium inl ally form.
Whell oplill is givell other an(1 more
serious diseases may follow. Lolig ex
pelience has demonstrated that there
is no better or safer medlcine for
cou~ghs, coldis and~ cr'oup in childrlenl
than Chamiberlain's Congh Remiedy. It
is eqiually vIIaluabl for adults. r'y it.
It conltainis no opiuml 01' othler hlarmfui
drugs. For sale by all dealers.
Lisbon school is a oln-story build1(
lng si: ated aibouit six 11111es fr'omi
Laurecns Cour it i louse. it 11as. aLi aRge'
hilay grounl~, with only a few shlade
trees. Thle School Imprillovemen~t Asso
clationl has recently planted a hedge
around1( the edige of the groun tds. 'Thel
8(c10o1 has1 had1 mianiy 11m1prO veents inl
tile Ilast few years. Th'iese Includ1(1e a
wiateri cooler, new hiyioiila te bIael:
boards, new addiitionis to the library,
111ian fellt desks1. 14ast y'ear tile school
hlouse wa'ls painted insid(1 anid outside.
Thie I mprovemlenlt Association hopes
to lbuy a complhlete set of 11aps1. within11
thel next year.
'Tie chlldr'en enljoy thleir game ot'
"Fox and1( the Goose" at r'ecess. Tihe
little girls ar'e learning to sew. 'They
1101) to ini a prize at the School Fail'.
Sometimes thel boys play baseball with
a bat and ball made by one of the boys.
School is thle place0 to leatrn not onily
r'eadinig, wvritinig antd arithmetic, but
also hiow. to gr'ow uip true men01 and1
"Th lest Laxative I Mnow OIf."
"I have sold Chambierlainl's Tiablets
for several years. People whlo have
uhsedl them ill take nlothling else.I
can r'ecommlnend~ them to miy culstomers
as the best laxative and~ cure' fot' con
stilpation that I know of," wvrites
Frank Strouse, Fruitiand, Iowa. Far
sale by aill dealers.
Shtady Grove School.
Shady Grove school has boretd a
The chlildr'en atre bringing eggs to
school for theo improvement of the
-Shady Grove school runs eight
Shady Orove school has only ten pu
This schiol has a library of about
one hundred books.a
The ladies of this community have
varnished our desks.
We are going to plant some flowers
on the school grounds.
We are going to have specchies Fri
day, March 19th.
Shady Grove school had a Clean-Up
Day on Friday, March 12.
We have cleaned off the grove and
trimmed up the trees around the
Hurricane schoolhouse stands about
one hundred yards from Huricane
church. About seventy-five years ago,
when the people were building the
church, a hurricane came by and blew
the church down. It was rebuilt and
called Hurricane. A short while after
this a schoolhouse was built near the
ciiurchlm anid ealled i-lurricane, after tie
church. Since thlen there has been
three different school biuld ings. The
present building was built four years
ago. It Is a nice two-room building,
well furnished. Ilurrcane school is
one of the oldest schools in the county.
anngers of at ('old.
Do you know that of all the minor
ailments colds are by far the most
dangerous? It Is not the. colds them
scives that. you need to fear, but the
serious disea'ses that they so often
lead to. For this reason every cold
should ), gotten rid of with the least
possible delay. To accomplish this
you will find Chainberlain's Cough
iemedy of great help to you. It loos
ens a cold, relleves the lungs, aids ex
pectoration and enables the system
to throw off the cold. For sale by all
Long Bramnch' School.
The first day of school the patrons
met together and forned a School Imin
Itn November, at the meeting of Cly'
associationi, the Innen set out eight
young treces on the grounds.
We had a box supper Wednesday
nigLt t. before Thanksgiving and nade
We closed tite school for ithe Christ
ias holidays with a ('ihristmt as tree.
The first of .January we enrolled
fourteen new pupils.
We have three new desks and a reci
We have ma1.1de an imnproveimit for
drinking by getting a water cooler and
The trustees put up shelves for the
water cooler and lunch baskets.
The priliary grades have a sand
The boys have put up a jumping pole
to practice for the fair.
Grays school is in the upper part
of Lautrens county.
The house is painted red 1 and white
oi the outside and green Inside.
There are two large classrootms anld
two cloak trootmts. They are well fIur
ished with pictures, lamps. blackboard,
desks, library and organ.
We have two acres of school groutid.
We have two teachers.
We have fifty-six pupils in all.
The trustees are Mr. 13. 13. Gossett,
Ahr. E. F. Finicher and MIr. F. L. -lcin
We are preparing somethting for ithe
Our Improvement Assoclatiotn is do
ing goodl work.
The Lii er legutltes the( lody--A
alutete.i.t Liver Needs (tare.
Somieonme has sa Id that plie wilth
chr otn ic I vetr comlaint shiould( he
shttt up atway fr'omnt humanit y, for they
are i essiminist s antd see throutght a
''glass udarkly.'" Why llecatuse mnen
tali stIates de pond upon physical states,
11liliou ntess, hteadatchtes, d i'zzineiss andic
conistiptlon disappear atfter' using Drt.
Kintg's New Live Pills. 25c at youtr
Tlhe lHarksdale schoolhouse is sit.
tiatedl ai few yard'(s ftromi tht mnaitn
highway beotween Laurens atnd Greeni
v'ille. It is built on the bungalo style
atnd is painted brown' with yellow
trimmtings. Our grounds are looking
mitch better sitnce being cleaned and
gtradled withm wateroaks set out atnd
ilower' beds tuae. All of us kniow how
to a ppreciate ou' tnew house, for the
old otte was so utgly and uncotmfot't
able. Out' school eimloys two teach
ctrs and has ani entrollmernt of fifty-six
Out' term Is too shoi't being only sev
en months. We have an I m'rovement
assocIation that is dloing good. work.
We htope to mtake our term longer antd
to make our. school the best in the
Lula Bell Poole.
'The Mounatille high school butilding
was complletedl in 191-14. It is a btick
building wvhich cost eight thousatnd
dlollars. It consists of six large t'ootms,
tour cloak. rooms, a library and an
audIt< rium with a seating capacity of
three hundred and fifty.
There are four teachers in the
school, a principal and three assist
The Ladies' I-mprovement Assoeia
tion is well organized and is doing ex
cellent work in the improvement of
the building. The ladles of this asso
(Continued on Page Eight.)
Delicacies For The
Just what you want for the table
is what we always have---fresh and
pure. We are now offering
of specially selected quality and
To the School Fair Visitors:
For your lunch on Fair Day try some of our
excellent canned goods with delightful, fresh
crackers and let this store be your lunch
room---you will be heartily welcome.
"Everything That's Good to Eat"
Opposite Postoffice Laurens, S. C.
Welcome to School Fair Visitors
The Fair this year is going to be the
most successful ever held and you can
make the day more successful by spend
ing part of your time with us-===while here
inspect our complete line of
Stationery, Toilet Articles, Per
fumes, School Tablets, Pencils,
Pens, Books, and many other lit
tle things you need every day.
Special preparations have been made to serve
you promptly at our fountain, with cold drinks and
Some Easter Novelties
We have just received another large supply of
Nunnally's Easter Candies and Candy Novelties. We
also have a large and varied stock of Easter postcards
Powe Drug Company
Welcomes Everyone to the County School Fair