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LA I'ItENS, S. C., APllI 21, 1915.
The Advertiser will be glad to
recAelve the local news of all the
comrmuilties In the county. Cor.
respondenits are requested to
sgria their names to the contri
butions.. Letters should not be
ma.ed later than Monday morn.
L.ast Wednesday vas Clean-Up Day
III the ('city. Conlsiderable cleanilng,
paithi1g and whitewashing was done.
it is unildel.tood. but not is much in
teret was taken in it as might, have
been. Still, a little work of this kind
is helpful. The nex t thinlug to be tn
del'takel is the "Swat-the-Flay" cai
paign. Already considerable interest
has been artoused in the campaign,
some organized effoit only being lack
Ing to bring about actual results. Now
would be a good time for' the civic
league to bestir itself adti take the lead
ership in this phase of town better
COM l1l'lSOl1Y l) 'C.\TION LAW.
The .\dvertiser' is printing today the
Comll, oisory eduication act as iassed
by the last legislattire. It will be seen
frum a readilig of the act that in those
distrivis adoptilig the provisions of the
act all childrell betweeni tile ages of
eight. and loui'teeni will be required to
attenli school at least I'ourtt months In
the foin. This applies to rural
scihoo. In towns 1thoy will have to
alttend the fullI1 terli.
In outlin Lim I le law Sn.t. Sweariin
gun direlcs atteiiiioni to the three ways
by \1 hi hi copiluinlsoiry editactioni iiay
he "erired inl school distrticts, as fo1
Vlon pot it ionl o1f a imiajorit y ol t he
(Iitu;li!icd lellor. residing inl the (i
Vl n ('leelionl 1i1tqr p'tition by one
fourth of the qualilied electors 'esid
ing inl aniY distrtict.
I'pon l etion afle' 'et it i by a
maoity of the Board of, Tru1stevs of
any disiet containinlg .n incoiporat
ed tiwX'n of lilltee lunldred inhabitants.
'Elections shall Is held upon the or
(ei' of the ouitv lIoztird ol' Ed eation
onl 0!.m sevond Tsdyinl .11un1. Petii
tion l:iniks niiay ho had on apiplient on
either t'roli the S1at4 Supe:'int-dent
or t'r 'nm the Conuunty Sitperin t endenit.
Cit:ies desiing to mi:tke the law ('f
witk at onice atnd the e'lei'tiotn should(
he hab iilun Xith. Some (listrtict should
.4eek the hinor of bein)tg the lirst in
Death Iii .h. I1. Setizler.
dciit of Ibis contty. died in G reenaville
Mon day aniid was biouighat Ihrei for' but
tial ye st erd a af-teron i'intnIermitet be
ing made ini the ILaurt ens ('emuetery. Thel
Perices(t' wer 'con'ttdutled by llev. WV. It.
Garr'e'ttI, of Grceenville, assistedi by 1ter.
\V. II. Lewis, 1pastor1 of the Second
N'.ethod1(1ias 'i 'l hu h, thIiis city3. Mr. Set z
ier muovedI to Greeniville several yeatrs
ago. I Ie was a br'av.e soldier In the
Con fedcra te arimy, set'v'inug I throughoul
Mr'. F. WV. Car'lisle has gone- to
Opelika, Ala., to spend secral weeks
looking after busIness matter's.
Mr. Land~er Willis, of Gray Coutrt,
was a vIsItor In the cIty yesterday.
Mr'. W. hi. Nash, of Gr'ay Court, was
in tile city yesterday.
Miss Mattie Gilasgow., of New.berry,
and MIss Annile Mae Law.son, of Colutm
bla, wer'e among those who came to the
city to attend the funciral of Mr. A.
Mrs. C. S. Mcbauirin, of McCall, ar
rived1 In the cIty yesterday to attenid
the funrital of 'Mr. A. S. Easterby.
First Lifeboat Station.
One hu'ndi'ed anid t'.enty-nilne ye's.rs
ago the Massachiusetts lumane so.
elety buIlt Its first lint on L~owell's
Island, near IHostoni, to succor the
stranded marIners along the danger.
Otis and desolate Cape Coid coast
Frotn that little dark red hut, the first
hiovse of mercy of the sea to be
tracted, arose a score of lIko huts
sdlong the coast that hail been bleached
wIth the bones of sailors for two cen
tutries. in 1807 the dlrst lifeboat sta.
L~ton wes orga~iz'ed' at Cohasset and
out tof that sprun's the most efficient
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* ABUN NEWS. *
Rabun, April 19.-Mrs. Lillie Cheek
returned to her home Alonday after
spending two weeks with her daughter
Mrs. Anna West of Poplar Springs.
Airs. T. F. llabb an(d little grand
daughter, Mary, spent Alonday with
Airs. Naney Owens.
.\lr. and Mrs. Smith Martin were at
.\r. T. F. IBthb's Monday to spCend the
A.\is. It. .\. Owvens an1d .l s. Alark Ow
ens visited at \lrI. and .lrs. Iloardie
OwenVls' of E-denl, TI'esdlay.
3liss dna Owens had for her gtitt
Wednesday .liss laeola Ile ilams of
lRev. H1. 1. ltaggott of Gray Colrl,
was visiting the sick in this coinnaouniii
.lrs. Rebecca Owens and daughter,
.lIss 'dna visited relatives in Green
Pond section Wednesday and Thuirsday.
Dr. Ilabb of Ilionea Path passed
through our sectioll Wedilesday en
rioute to his old home on a visit to his
parents. Mr. and Alirs. I ltcian Ilabb, of
Green Pond section.
.lr. and Mrs. llelton Owens of' Gray
Coil't, were at Air. and Airs. T. 11.
.ir. anid Airs. Harley Abereroiubie
Were the visitors at .lirs. lebecca Ow
Aliss \Marie Alahton had for het) week
eld guest Mliss lBetliune of U. W. C.
.lr. Will Bolt ald family visited rela
tives in Friendshlip Sunday.
liss Ruth .\artin and .\lr. .1. F.
Poole were the guests of Ar. and .lrs.
Smith Martin Sunday.
Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Your druggist will refund money it PAZO
OINTM1UNT falts to cure any case of Itching,
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles in6to 14 days.
The first application gives Ease and Rest. 50c.,
Dit'f Entdanger li nith ('alomtel.
It is gotterally agreed by experts in
this coltlitry and tilttrope that calbimel
has a ery violent effect Oil tile systemli.
T'his aicotills for the familliar is
agrecable feeling aecom ipattying a (lose
and the weakened condition following
l.iv-Vetr-lIaix is a harmless vegetable
componlid. tlhat Is a mild, but effective
sihstittite for valomtel. It has all the
tffect iveness. blit not tho elfect, of eal
otnicl. Its spii(idld valuift has brotght
it into such wide lise that in some
stat(' it has almost entirely reiilaced
-lus; try 11-in-Ver-l.lx once, and
you'll iever uise ealomiel againi. Iisist
Onl the enullinlv, bearing the4 likenelss
and signature of 1'. K. Grisby, which
is giarateed to give saiisfactio or1
iloney re fun ded. For salt by I.au 'ens
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Alouitville, .\pril 1'..--On last ThuIrs
day evening AlMiss Lee Nelsou, dauight
lei of Alr. and .\lrs. Andrew Nelson,
was married to Alr. Clyde P. Smith, at
he holie of I tle bride's parelits. The
c1eemonly was performied by Rtev. .1. T.
Aliller, of the .lethliodist chuitrch and
ani utncle of the groomi. A large nit n
beri of fr'iends antd relatlies werec pres
('illo te oi'(ccasioni.
'lThree diays pr'ev iou s to lheri marrtiage,
Aliss Nelsoin was~ gi ven a linen1 shtower
at the h1ot.'e of .\lrts. C. .\l.' llier, ait
which abiouit IWo scoie ladiles~ w('re
pr'eent, brlinging a eopious shionrci of'
beaut ifl't lie peces, aflter' whliih
The1 niext niotable evet, oft sotial ini
leirest, 1ince out' 1last lyceumii numbt~er'
wviilie thte liresenitatio IOn Oinexi i'
day evening in the school audiitoiumii,
of' "T'he Old Alaids' (lib yth3 be Ia
diles oif thle School umprovemntl aiI tsso
ci atin. UTe per'sontnel of thItis play'
is miadle up of s4omei of Al Outtitillle's
strionigest t alenit, and( thle plic ( is as
sureld of a t'ar ictreat. Don't miss it.
Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
The o'ld Standard general strengthteningc tonic,
GRovE'S TASTlEiLESS chill TONIC, drives out
Malarianenrichesthe bloodand buids upthiesys
tern. A true tonic. For adulIts and children. 500
A ('tiie for Sour Stomatch,.
Airs. Wil. AT. Thiompson01, of flattle
Creek, .\licht., wrtites: "I hiave bteen
troublled with indigestion, sour' stoim
ach anid bad breath. After' taking tw~o
b)ott les of' Chtamiberla i's Tablets I ami
well. These tablets are sptlendid
nione better." For sale by all dleatlers.
* ORSS ILL~ NEWlS. *
Cross Hill1, April 19.-The Cr'oss Hill1
tenam la playing good bail! this season.
So far they have played four' games,
one0 at home and three awvay from
home, all of which have resulited in
their favor'. The One at Chiappells last
Iidtay was almost a cleani sweep, 28
to 3. The next game wvill be wIth the
L~autrens teanm on the home dIamond
Air. J. H-. Nance hats exchlangedl his
rilcd rutnabiout for a new tou ring Ford
alnd is now enjoying steadlier' rid~ing
t ind smtoothter sailinug.
Pr'of. TI. J. G)eartner' of Atlanlta, was
here Suinday ini thue interest of Ogle
t~hor'pe University. lHe sp~oke at the
Presbyterilan ehurceh Sunday mornIng
'llnd evening. E4Ight hiundr'ed dollars
was contribu~ttedi vestetrday to thlat in
stitution at this place and it is ex
pected that the gifts will be increased
to one thousand today. The subscrip
tions are to be paid in ten annual in
stallments. Several here have given
one hundred each.
The county road force is in this sec
tion making some very needed repairs
The iublic roads below the town and
those leading towards Laurens and
Waterloo have been smoothed up for
Mrs. 1. W. lioon, who has been in
tvhe Baptist hospital at Columbia for
some weeks, for treat'ment, returned
home last week and is now 'rapidly im
proving to the delight of her many
.l r. T. J. Coleman has also returned
from Spartanburg where lie has been
some time for surgical treatment. Ills
recovery is almost Complete.
Mr. James Guthrie represented the
Cross 11111 high school in the declaim
ers' contest at the Clinton college last
Mrs. .Thos. F. Jones has been (ilite
sick for several days. She is at her
fat her M\r. John N. Wright, of Lau
Mrs. Cora Pinson isited Mrs. L. F.
AleSwain at Clinton last week.
Bhev. W. D. llatchford aid Dr J. I11.
i Aliller atteided lie meetuing of the
South Carolina Presbytory At Cli ntoni
Mr. IIlugh I lendrix of Indiana caie
home a few days ago on account of his
fatir 's sick ness. Mr. Ii endrix is still
Messrs. J. 0. Denny and RIussell
Lynch have each a right sick child.
A large portion of the cotton crop
here has been planted and the first
planting is coming up. Corn is up also
I and simall grain is making some show.
I3ecause of the dry cool weather, farm
ers are beginning to feel some uneasi
ness as to a good grain crop and all
carly stand of cotton.
Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure.
The worst cases. no natter of how long standing,
are cured by the wouderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
Pai and Heals at the same time. 25c, 50c, $J.00
Notliiig So Good for a Coup-ih or Cold.
WV'hen you have a cold you want the
best medicine( oblai nable so as to get
rid of it with Ile least possible delay.
'i'here are man' who consider Cham
herlalin's Cough itemedy unsur11 tpassed.
Mrs. .1. iloroff, El ida, Ohio, says, "Ev
er s ice iny dat.ghte'r uItith was eured
of a soevie cold and Cough by Cham
ber lain's Congh liemeiNdy two years ago
I have felt kiidly disposed towaril the
mnantifacture's of that preparatol. I
know of nothing so iliick to relitve at
cough or ciur' a (ohl." 'For sale by a1ll
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.lones, April 19.--Those wishing to
put in a bid for tlie privilege of oplerat
iig tie refreshiiieiit stand at file .lones
pienic oin Thursday, May 20th cacnn
write Dlr. W T. .Jones, Ware Shoals, S.
After a long ill ness .1r. Micha rd
Kirkpatrick passed away on the 13th
da.1y an d. Was laid to rest It Turkey
('reek elmte ry in the ipresenl(e of at
large assemiblage oif sorrow ing r'ela
I ivesan fr1 uiendis. lie wais it brav1e ex
(oineeate solier, good ('it izen, af
fectlinate fat her and husband and a
tl iss I sabel Ialiiham, acconipinied
by two of' her school mates, of Lander,
Mlisses I 'layer andt hi tiSOni, Spenit the
we('k-end~ at hiomie.
We are ver'y gi'atefiil to1 M\iss Azelle
Ii ughecs, Iteachier of Rtiddlle's Old1 lield
school, for ani in vitaltion to attend heri
commiil~enement on the 2 ith Inst andi~
gr'eatlhy regret Out' iniiillity to at tend.
Mi's. W. C. I lughies nld .\irs. Adger
(obb1 wvere thle receiit guesits of ' s.
(G. L. Graham.
it. was ouri good fortun on0 1 yester
day 1o hear' two goodl sermiions in the
miorinitg by Iter'. Edwards at Walnut
G rove and1( in thle afternoon by R1ev.
Copeland at hoc .e.
.lessrs Ed~ P'itts of' Bre'wertonl andt
Inl the dheath of Eli Starks last week
we lost oneC of our best color'ed men.
lie was a goodh cit izeni and was held in
high esteem by all of his white frienids.
Pr'ior to emancipation he was a fallih
full and tr'ustworthiy servant of the
late D~r. W. T. Jones. Hie was always
our warm friend and we tender our
sympIathy to Is bereaved family.
The Quinne That Does Not Affect The Hesad
Because of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA
TIVIE DROMO ,QUINlIE s better than ordInary
Quiadin and does not cause nervousness nor
rIn ging in head. Remember the 'iti name and
look for the signature of E. W. GROVft. 25c.
TO IE.MOVE EVElRY
SION OF DANDIWFF
If your hair is not prletty; If it is
losing coloi', too dry, full of (dandrufif,
falling out, or if your scalp itches, you
Can (quickly oercoime all of these con
dttions at a -tritlinig cost with this sinm
plc home treatment.i
.lust get from 14. rens Drug Co.
sonme parisianl Sage, 4most helpful and
inivigorat Ing ton'c tlfat supplies ever'y
hair need. It is 1asijy appiliedl and ab
solutely hlarmles . Improvement be
gilns with the firs ( ypdication for Pa
risian Sage nlot only nourishles th' hlair
roots but stimulates~ your hair to grow
long, thick, soft, huffy and lustrous.
It immediately removes every bit of
dandruff, stops itching scalp a-nd sure-~
hy gives your hair new life and beauty,
JOSEPH T. JOHNSON
BECOMES FEDERAL JUDGE
(Continued.from Page One.)
laid down without spot or blemish.
I wish I had an 'opportunity while
still your congressman to go all over
the district-over the rural routes, to
the country stores, the churches, the
schoolhouses, to the mills and towns,
and I used to do long ago-to express
to the people my gratitude to and care
With the very best wishes for your
prosperity and happiness, I cease to be
your congressman with the hope 1of
becoming an honest, patient, upright
Joseph T. Johnson.
Washington, April 19, 1915.
War Atlas and Map.
Have you got youir war map and
atlas? Clip the coupon elsewhere in
this paper, enclose it with a Dollar
bill for one year's subscription and
Stomach Trotilie C'ured.
Mrs. I. G. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa.,
writes, "For some time I suffered from
stomach trouible. I woulld have sour
stomach and feel bloated after eating.
Nothing beniefited mne ui 0 1 got :Chai
herlain's Tablets. After taking two
bottles of them I was cured." For sale
by all dealers.
USE "TI'Z" F)R1 SORE,
TIIIEI), A('liING FEET
"TIIZ" Is ist womnderful for biurnming,
swollenl, swenty, calloused feet antd
Good-bye sore feet, burning feet.
swollenl feet, simelilng (eet, tired feet.
Good-bye corns, callouses, hunions
an(d raw spots. No 1 ore shoe tight
ness, no more 1 ipi pifi g with pain or
drawing up your the in agony. "TIZ"
is magical, acts rliA off. "TI%" draws
0111 all tie poisonlovik exiudations whiich
puff up the feet- the on1ly remedy
that does. I'se "IZ I" an(d wea' smal
lot, shoes. Ahl! "TIZ" is a delight.
'Tl%" is harm less.
(Get a 25 cent box of "I'" now at(
any (Irliggist or departlenit store.
Ill't su ffer. Ifave good feet, glad
feet, feet that never swell, never h1urt,
never get fired. A yar's foot comfort
By the Day or by
Laurens Motor Car Co.
Foir Sale-One more good cow wIth
young calf. WV. D. Boydi, Mlountville,
S. C. 39-2t
Nolle-if you want to make a big
cr01) of oats and wheat use nitrate of
soda. I have plenty on hand. J. 1I. Suil
Yanited-.Just a wordi to the people
of laturens county. if there is any
one that has any hlooster' Coupons they
wvill be greatly appreciated by Miss
Mayo Roper. Vote themi by or before
May 1st at the Rled hmron Racket. Sinu
eerely, Maye Roper. 39-1t-pd
(Cotton Sceed For Sale-A quiantity
of good dry cotton seed for sale. Ap
plIy to J. T. A. Ballow, R. F. .D. Mount
ville, 'S. C. 39-2t
For Sale-Shepherd i)ups), six weeks
)ld, two dollar's each. J1. H. W'harton,
Itr., \Vaterloo, S. C. 39-It-pd
For Sale-Cabbage plants $1.50 per~
thousand. Phone 256, Mrs.,(G. F.
Young, Laurena, S. C. 39-1t
For Sale-Good horse and wagon,
nxtra cheap). See Dial Company.
For Sale-New home made wagons,
tiso seome bargains ln good second
iand buggies, wagons and carriages.
1. D. Sexton & Son. 36-5t
Plants For Sale-E~gg plants 200
lozen; Bell pepper 10e prr' dozen; to
natoes 15c per dozen; 5e higher each
IOozen; ieol peipper' 15e per dozen; to
tir's. T.' M. Shuaw, Laurens, RI. F. D.
mnd registered. Will stand for this
season at Martin's Stable, Laurens, S.
3. Pedigree furnished to those inter
ated. Guarantee living colt or no
)ay. W. L. Toague, L. W. Martin.
The Proper Shoe
For, Every Foot
Our spring line of shoes is un
surpassed in quality of work
manship, durability and rea
sonable price. Every foot
can be fitted here and you are
certain of perfect satisfaction.
FOR LADIES, we are showing
an unusually attractive line of
Shoes and Slippers, in prices
from $1.50 to $4.00.
FOR CHILDREN, our line of
Shoes is the best, most lasting
and true fitting that can be
found and most reasonable in
price, 50 cts. to $1.50.
MEN'S SHOES: Just come and
look them over. We are sat
isfied that our complete line
of Oxfords will please you in
every respect. Prices range
from $1.50 to $4.50.
Get It By- Get It By
Parcels Post - Parcels Post
The Ford car is built to serve and to save.
It is low ini first cost, but its greatest econ
oiny is in the after-cost of operation. No
extravagant upkeep charges-no heavy
tire and repair bills-just the satisfying
day after da) ability to go anywhere, over
lany kind of roads-in any kina of weather
-and get back again--less tian two cents
More than seven indi-d thousand Ford
owners are enjoying Fori' seryice and ex
periencing the reality.of Ford econoiny.
Buyers will share in profits if we sell at retail 300
000 now Ford cars between August 1914 and Aug
Runabouts $440; Touring Car $490; Town Car $690
Coupelet $750; Sedan $975, f. o. b. Detroit with all
On displa and sale at Laurens Motor Car Co.,
Laurens, S. C.
Phone Us Your Order
Powe Drug Company
' Laurens, S. C.