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There are times In eve
needs a tonic to help h(
When that time comes to
to take-Cardul, the womai
posed of purely vegetabl
gently, yet surely, on the m
and helps build them bacl
It has benefited thousands
ailing women in its past I
success, and it will do the
You can't make a misl
Miss Amelia Wilson, I
says: "I think Cardul is the I
for women. Before I beg
so weak and nervous, an
spells and a poor appetite.
as strong as I ever did, at
Begin taking Cardui today.
After taking inveni
Ifhave too many Wir
> While it is possible il
er is yet to come an <
to those who are nol
Winterwear at much
Only a limited nur
hand--these are offer
Al iood Disc
Astonishing Results W
ce ilSorne I ilood d is 'rd, ha ,oz'm
inrudi 11. es nlyv 1'o lh. (I m.iii
3le k.n'w thi in11 hIe jjue Thendm
from la in fl ex -r:3'..
-isvii Red uire ac.S i reagect.
bOprner tever d .-uoere.
T nrto Senedy foirsalne,
fnrgi. oh :bt-. Waroe Sols
Wosuuae hals Ma g
les boo nullWrare S e ca
l a Tonic
ry woman's life when she
r over the hard places.
you, you know what tonic
's tonic. Cardul Is com
e ingredients, which act
eakened womanly organs,
to strength and health.
and thousands of weak,
ialf century of wonderful
same for you.
ake in taking
Z. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark.,
reatest medicine on earth,
an to take Cardui, I was
d had such awful dizzy
Now I feel as well and
d can eat most anything."
Sold by all dealers.
tory of stock find we
kter Goods on hand.
e most severe weath
)pportunity is offered
provided to secure
below market value.
riber of Blankets on
ed at prime cost to
th thc, Greatest Blood
etnt are aul 'Tyi e in s. s. s.
climilna tel from, 'hir prOwnifC0
Thenii, t iis S. S. 8. hac i ~'ich spioeflc
relalive a1:s -:sitne to lech olther.
VoIn actbie timt S. S. S. ha: threl
a areet iutil prcf (ii s 'o ple bynr
the at lbiin,! c Ilhan g oi lC
11,r u~ie l ac e hal. Oh uv tii ous pinsi in'
Iiialx ix ha ee i::appea pre a frati h. l to
foo ther is a tio nsis sgiia jon evg It.
ia i t he il(lfact~f tit lul. i Ol. S. . trly
n bial peadato, i 't iv eceped b
the!ii: w lekto laiaxo h a t jia re n
influence. Not l o o op l eoxrfcru s.o
ford p.l.and~t btte haveged .
An impyondsir rolifdicnay
75 t p erni h bulodadk'
aectuovr ming C.lutaod
In reply to letters from llss WiI I
about Lairens boys and girls in educ
been given by officers of these institut
every college the Laurens students are
We have six Laurens boys in our
regular college classes. They make an
intelligent group of fellows. I got one
of them to make out the list of col
lege honors which they have taken. I
lnclose the (paper just as lie wrote it.
Henry N. Snyder,
1. T. Lucas, Senilor-Pri'esident, re
cording seertary, second critie, Sopho
more orator, Corresponding secretary,
Constitutional revislont Committee, in
ter-society debater of Calhoun iAter
at'y society: .iunior debater; chilef
inarshal freshman e:<hibition; marshal
4ihomore A xhliitio; college tma
'hal 19i3-'i-i president class 1913-'t1;
executiv, conunittee S. C. 1. 0. A.
1-' ; : nianager valrsity football
':.1I 191--'I5; editor-in-chief "Blo
he:ilan" 191-1-'15; member athletic
dvsory 1board; prtesident Laurens
Cointy ('lb 1913-'-l; troasurer 1913
' I aIiI presildent 191-1-'15 Rleveller's
Club; president 191.1-'15 and vice
presidet 1)1;3-'1.1 Woffor(d Fitting
School Alumni Association; president
Black "W" Club 191-1-'15; see-etary
1912-13 anId president 191-1-'15 Car
lisle Ilfall Self-covernment; busilness
manager "Old Gold and Illack" 1911
'15; member Wofford Council; SenIor
It. It. Moseley, S'en ior-First Censor,
Preston Soicety; Class football three
years, varsity football one Year.
0. I'. lluff, .lunior-Freshman ora
lor' Sophlomore oralor; Iloithly ora
tor: itti-sociely debater, Calhoun
Litratry S ociety; class football; vice
prsident l'rohibition League.
'1. -T. Yvar(gin, .luniior---Nfar-shall at
Sophoimore exhibition; memtllbelr Pres
toln Literary Society; mmil'be llvel
N'. T. .losoley, .1uinior-Correspolid
in- screta ry, recording secretary,
third ceisor', PlrestoI Litei-ary Soc
vty; Freshman orator; .uitlot' debater;
inter-sovlety debhater; monthly orator;
rosistant atlletic editor of "o
hemian"; member of Wofford Council;
Itrack team 1913-'1.1; secretary of De
batory Clbil in tir-society Committee;
trasurr V. 1. C. A.'1913-11: presi
deint. of V. N1. C. A. 191.5-'11.
J1. C. 1)ial, Freshmlan-Weekly Ora
tor, .Valhoun L.ilerary Society.
(l'ent sol A riillu rl a nil ('1olle'ge.
Thi s is to aclowledge 'n receipt of
yciUr letter 01 of reclt date to Presi
donIt Iings, ihlow you will find a
list of the :ur1 tts cout1 y hoys, to
Igethet' with their classes in c'ollege:
Frevshmeln -1,. W. 111irgett, G. 10.
Freelm an. (. P. .\l:Adden. A. P. .\lartin,
S.aif, I). Ii. Sullivan, 1. Taylor, ..
'Sophiomtores -C. &- Garrel I, J1. 11.
.ui ot's-S. 1". Th'lor'nton, W. F.
Wr'ight, 10. C. Vouing, It. F. P'oole, M1.
Seiotrs--It. P'. IThonton, J1. 1). SulI
Ther are'li( tw(enty-onet botys fromt
: I .luiors 1( t hre e S njiors.-t~:th
I eie t Iak s ii l nn't~hn n
, r Iar toh the roo lork 1Iine:. tbi
by I -h it t's of 13 ra o ulu:: it. e
F......h....- ......hi .... Our gorsti'ht'
-. jyt'' I ftre : on sonw fi the Phi'
wo' k ithi-tu t'gi-iht't donce an f't
I mxs Frle i:tia ',h . Thliits itt.
-) ;~ X.:::i. la tht . atwas a . .
\Vlatltil(ros ifill. nlgo fioni sNi
scuboo horogeil prear i s atli ii
w '--y .fi b, whoen Isounty h:oder:
doeis outty wllwork.telll
Nonite wfithe Itotot'. wn Warton whoit
.hamtae.aso Caltttaret iisth 'acor
a' , scooletWrigtdhi \'ork o'l
theA. . dgre Inrthrer ans on-at
yeas nn willa rev latI.maI
Jnel tos youram Iste af menbery,
then graduae L.oo andMrDlhardno, 1I.
TS AT COLLEGE
,ou Gray, the' following information
ational Institutions of the state has
lons. It will be seen thatl in nearly
taking at leading part in college ac
a student of the Junior class in the
law school. Mir. Goodwin is a member
of the Sophomore class. All of the
Laurens county students take an ac
five part in the affairs of the Univer
sity and are held in high esteem by
their fellow students and the faculty.
W. S. Currell,
1iskinie college is prould to number
among its students five Iaurens coun
ty boys, all of them ilproducts of the
Laurens coity school system. They
are Messrs. W. 1". llakely, S. If. iyrd,
11. 11). Ilyrd, of Ora; Willie W. Wolff,
of Barksdale; It. Melvin Abercrombie,
of (Iray Court. Mr. 11. 1). Iyrd is not
a member of the collegiate delart
men t, but is an aluman nus of the college
and is now -at the college pursuing his
stidies in theology in the Theological
Seminary. Ile is a most promising
young minister, and he will doubtless
reflect credit on the college, the church
and on his calling. Hie will take up
church work in the Virginia presby
tery in June. W. W. Wolff is a mei
her of the ,lunior class in college. lie
has been a conspicuous figure on the
athletic field for the past two years
as a baseball star. He has already
ben chosen first pitcher for the coi
ing year. Mr. Wolff is deservelly
popular with the college stuielits. 1t.
M. Abercrombie is a nem ber of the
Sophomore class. Ile is a. good steady
fellow and is making good. Ile wears
a nIck-name, and college men, he it
known, never give a fellow a nick
name unless they like him. W. 'E'.
Iflakely and S. 11. Byrd are from the
Ora schools. They are both good
workers in the college classes, and
they are good fellows outside of the
All of tihe Laurens boys are church
members. In college they are Y. Mi.
C. A. members. They have never been
disciplined by the faculty. ihey seem
to be in the college for the purpose of
getting anl edccation, and they do not
th-refore waste any time getting it.
They hid fair to prove good citizens
of Laurens county and of the state.
J. S. Moffatt,
Furman 11'nh ersiMy.
In reply to youri inttiliry I submit
herevith a list of1 the laurens couinty
hoys, as follows: W. L. I1)rummiiioll,
.1. .\. Drumlukonld, .1. W. Watts, It. 11.
Owintgs, T. C. Ow igs, .1. C. .lartin, C.
.\. Lockwood, C. 11. Tlles.(y, W. P.
.\ar'tin, .J. W. Wood, L,. C. Taylor.
I have to say of tit(:-es youig men
that they illuistrate variouis kimds and
differing capacities of' students geni
ei'ally. Some oif them have attineill
conislderle( honlor amlong thieir fel
low st udentIs. Onie is prV~~esien of thle
Peniior class, one Is president of the
mess. One ha s ire presen ted hiis so
c iety in tine inter-soelety diebate. Tiwo
have beeni presidents of the V1. \1. 2
.\. and~ one0 is ipresidlent of the Pin
Government 14d amomle the ltlen s
Yo wetleiill se .fOtu i s i tha':t te
a the rifollowr
at -.II ua' Il~v 1 t . I1. fPte at,
Ii th ::ltllf Pe t d:n.tt
tnced a1 tim e ( (li'letoan
I- oI Ii tal .t you toIp
n d te ~ theis (hr:' .dt i nl( br'oitgin'
111 It wah lst yeot', w lthas rits
te1: ne nroilent roflm a fo' er thn
tr sor of ~ue itittion ov. Ath a tin
ril imen front yo-ue i' n in r 1 :tt s
m13d or preent tn ay of stdns eenin
th misufferior.s ui.e t ps m lau fre
conty th itslisot or lrg1e tast
y war srpried. to fm-:kha weorhface
onl nie girlsntio oi couint en
rol e olwl for t hi ~eel ei. Dubt-an
lessnythtwhl the cargndgneral allnc
tehoyof the n laiestituion the n
Worth Crowing About -',
Conparison of results and profits before
and after using
Pkgs. 25c, 60c, 600, $1.00; 25 lb. Iail $2.50
the great tonic and conf(tioner-i sero to make you a
permanent f riend of all Pratte 1'zodlu.ts.
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Back
Pratts Lice Miler. Powder-25c and 60c. Also a
Spring necessity. Sure death to all dangerous 0b in. -
Itefuse substitutes; Insist on Pratte.
Get Pratte 160 pageo Poultry Book .
J. C. Shell & Co., J. A. Franks, A. L. Mahaffeyl
Todd, Simpson & Co.
TH' I LiVE IA1Y will -be brought to our store Saturday April
l7th in the afternoon. Will you be here to see the nurse bring it to
us? We shall take care of the baby from that time until your
ballot decides into what home it shall go. It will not be necessary
to take ou1t. adoption papers, as we have arranged to give legal title
Do you want the family of your neighbor to have it Then get
your coulIens in for tIhem. It will be brought to the store Saturday
Our wi1ndows vere trmmed by Mrs. Eva Tengue.
LETTtEli CONTESr c(LO4E).
1le1on is Mhe Five Best---Lols liramiilett wol the I'rize--i Nice Bible.
lois iU ram!lett, ag 10, 1.aurens, S. C., first.
Le Watson, age 11, LaIrens, S. .,,second.
'Saraih Ioper, age 9, (1ray .Court', S. C.
Nellie Wasson, age 7, Gray Cprt, S. C.
Ruth Watson, Iaurens, S. .
And we received a n um - of "fine" letters firom other little
boys aid girls.
Mlusie next Saturday by Boosters. BriIng your singers. One hour
is your time.
The contest for grand prize piano will close
STANDING NINDAY iJALLOT OX COUNT.
FIlRST--Mrs Eva Teague.
SECOND-\is--iis May Roper.
I litD--\iSs Lena loundtree.
F01'lTII--.\1h-1s iuth Patton.
Others folwming clo ely.
THE BOOSTER STORE
J. C. BURNS & CO.
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