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ADVERTISEH PRINTING COMPANY
Laurens, S. C.
)ALISON LEE Presidlt
'ARTHU!R LEE Sec. and Treas.
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t!,tluarles and Card of Thanks: One
et a iword.
Entered at the postofice at Laurens,
H. C., as second class mai! matter.
l'i-:NS, s. c., 31.v w., 1915.
'lhe Advertiser will be glad to
reelive the local nen8s of all tihe
cormunities in tile county. Cor
respondents are requested to
1sig4n their names to the contri
butions.. Letters should not be
mni.ed later than 11onday morn.
hu .111ohnstuon Tc' in ii 1111s the nlat
of a new wel ae dtdb i
Ruthdue.\l~he.1 copy of whie'
has reaced this- oflico. It is a weIll
e li:1(l and evenly b a lnced Ipa per,
suich as it.-i editor is callable of puit
tinl- (1ut. and we wih i ilnuich suc-1
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Should Italiy dcide to e11ter. the
wa. oil the side of . Ilh allies she
dl ! tess wolild IIr-ove a powerful al
ly. With a niillion fully equipped mII nIII
alIady under arm. and withII a Ila
lion behinld them oenthusiastle for, war.
11tal'y could deal sledge-hammllIler. blow.;
on Ht .\usttit) forces-k inl ite south and
eep re fores of, thle ito %ey busy
that wolid otielrwise he entgagi ng Ie
allie v is o 1 t14h westtln and enIsiollrn
fron tIfs. While lit r entranl et inlto I tel
,wmr might shiorten it, the I'lrge': th
I Ito lt4I~tlltl4 It 01 I lit I)1' Ii I14 4-I,
nu i n a e he 41' eat41r ill be)11
ihe it oleully to a'ralige a pei-.i w tile
11ne Ade or. fihe- oher is revady to oilil
ngoi ti . If Fo I. thi' reiason it Is
1h14'b- 1 w t111h1 or not it would b 14 )
thle advzt \\at of fihe ll i 11 s inl thle (n11 d
]'()I' 14 ll ) ) 4 .l(4l
Will there ho a surph)us11 of girain il
South Carolina af itr ?e hae
1 1d!Y. I1,f, indiividual a m ill r1-% t in
\\...] in tae wil h ve mlore. thanl
he'ir 1441 retilr an d elnougl h lo 4('1;
to thiose of their nelig .hbors who aIII
less fo t n t. . A r e (n lin r.
1s 4. ' I!- 111 o )l' of th e i f ii js
a -n 'i .,1 ng for consideiaCfonti.
11ed is it h i helw on ished with tihe
toliited ia1 ik1 in f I v ies at f han d.
Oil a ecouni t I.of Ilit lack o f p ro it 4:-y
I I "I I '. I rs n herret he o tin
W:]eitlmelt t woh; bt ' difmillo to
sl anY sl us oI of the stat and
ra-e~ hns alt~ hn l hve~ tilelial
J~'inounclue ler.e purnenhin alie
tlourt the iain n~~ft itotltlexuerti
onow or other.1but to art t~' 1)111t
.cmtntrd I thi'Ivi at. a eiog a
fl(liTR stlmiln TC) \\IOl)ia 'eii
*11e vNl \\'lmont thoh Coess cotri
1)n Cale so dtatl filhe Lust~iltania
tn -.'0~i \\ in -rI 1)0 o ti l -W Ade i' -
'toiw o cd'o I li ti i ase
nb , ii eius tie' hatscoe
Te toilea the l attIeridi Wi11 with
Mlllle. l in dni lisc til I)P asi h shaltlt
(iommned for thie assistancto aon
gdmiratiorfkviery loyalquir ia.
eardnlteso aty of conre sbe r
COLD POINT NEWS. *
Cold Point, May 17.-Mr. Clifton
ladden and wife wiere the Sunday
gttests of ir. .10lohn Terry and family
at iloyds mills.
31iss Joe itlker has returned home
after an extended visit to her aunt.
lt-s. 1(ddie W alker, of Crres 11111.
.\lr. (1uss F-i'ller lust a filne lorse
.\Mr. \il'de Nelson spent Sun d.,y
wIthI1 his csitisili, Mr. Rtobert \\eatliers
of New Zion.
AI r. .\lsiv Tvangule and IIide. visited
relatives in Lisbon iast week.
.11r. Ilenry Duncan slpent several
days the past wvek In Jonesville andI
Spartanmbi rg. AiIr. Jones Cunning
hi1 Nwio was recently carried to
Spartanbir fori an operation is rap
Quite a num in ber fron lere attended
tle In veiling at Quakern Sundai y and
all report a fine tiic.
Somnie Foirmsi, of lhentisni Curahle.
11h l aismhil is a1 dise-ase ch1.aacter
izcd by pam'ins inl the jollits and il tihe
inu elecs. Tlic most comion forms
arne: .\ete 1.A ('lronie lietnmatlsni,
l il 'niatic ilead:tlis. Sciat ic Ull -
and I.cinlaago. All of these
y as in he liel ed absolitely by ap
l so.1 m good linlilen i it I 1ha p110
I rates. .\ll applientio n o Sloan's Ilni
iwlt Iwo 1o thriee times a day to the
11f:te1-mt will give inistanit relief.
Sloani's l.inienit0 is _,ofld for pailn, and
e.pe(ially hvuiatic Pain. beause it
1111trates t) thle sen.1t of the trouble,
sootlies the attlieted patt and draws
the ipain. "Sloan1's liniment is all
inedicine." Get a 2. ho11 now. Keep
it handy in case of emeirgcicy.
Whenever You Need a General Tonk
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic propertiesofQUININR
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drive.
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents.
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* JN.1l-'01tl) NE EWS.
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Lanford, May I S.-\l rs. P. .\.
h'llonas and lillie son. P. .., .... 10
the guests of .1. R. Franks and family
.lr. .1. 1). .lohnson 1pentl Saturniday
n)d Sunday at .\ realia. S. C., withl Ils
Sni. . \. .lohnison.
.rs. 1.ena .\oore is visliin-: in
lrurens Ihis week.
Miss .lollie .\loore is visitiniti in
.l((iiek. tl1e guisct of Mis. W. E.
l'. 81nd1 .\ls. .1. las f.:lilgslon We-e
the "(055 oI Mrs. i. .\. Mlills Sunday.
Mr. W. 1). Patterson and familly
i ined at L. .\l. Cannon's Sunillay.
.\Mr. . i0n Owings ad(1 wif. w I tile
121ists ofi .\l i. W. .\. Tlhoinais Sat urday
nihut and SunaIy.
-Fss .\cinh1 Lou l.ittle hias return
ed from Spartallnhurg w here shle had
Lteen to se in- b rolher, .\Mr. (G. T.
.itl!v. who is in the- Steedly 1Hospital.
.N\!. Ittle w;I 1ra',-.tedl on for appe. , ni -
ie!!is. lIe is gein tg along lively.
I,-V. Wt\. P. Smnitht blhl his regular
.liss .\iary l.oi lutrlan i: it Sjar
iaur t the ii ood4)4 Samari) itn hoi Is
-'partainburn aftier a visit to, Gray
('otrt and( Lanford.
M\isses ('arrie andi billie Wolff are
eening the welk in S;parta:nburg.
.\ir. J1. 11. W\riht is visiting in
SPEIAi, TlIiN'iT lIl(HIMOND).
I nformaat Ion of Initerest to Th'iose wiho
nit' golig to 'ontfede'rate lt'tlennin.
The fol loiing comn intinion111 from
.\l r. I'. S. C'omtton of t he Sea board'l
Itailway will ho of Interest to those
who are c'ontemlating going to the
reunIon of C'onfederate vet erans to
he held( In iclh mond first of .Juine.
"Wallers Special will leav'e Green
w1oodh about 5:30 P. .3. Mlay 31st ar
iving Richmnond about 0 o'clock thme
next morning with the Anderson and
PeIlzeri car's, and~ Laturens car's. 'This
train will be run as a fast train on
the SfCAflOARD) having high back v'es-.
tlbule coaches and Pullmans.
"Those that want Pltlman reser'
vations see .\dr. 0. (1. Thompson, .
Jf. Simpson, or wriite C. S. Compton,
traveling passenger agent, Atlanta,
Ga., who will make r'eservat ions. All
veterans and others wIshIng to take
advantage of tIs v'ery low r'ate arc
uirgedl to get. it the Laur'ens car', as
tis il ibi e at tached to the fastest
tralit in thIs section at Clinton.
"See .\i'. Thtompjson at Laurens at
once0 if you wvisht reservations In the
Pullman so you will get a good oneo.
Fl'st comae first served. Tickets are
good to stop over anywhere botht go
ing and i'fturnng no eithne.'
* (OROSS HILL NEWS.
Cross 11111, May 17.-Cominmenement
exercises of the Cross Hill school will
take place next week. Those of the
grades will be lield onl Wednesdlay ev
ening while the senior class program
will be rendered Friday evening, 28th
Inst. The address to tle graduating
class will be delivered Friday evening
also, by Prof. F. .\1. llurnett or An
The SClool Iiproveient assocla
tionIt will give anl enitertaiimient to
!inorrow evening in the form of a play
ent1it-led "Ye \illage Schiool of Long
.\go." This play is expected to be
very attractive because of (he numbn tier
and variety of (lie characters as well
as theI cliarnete r of tle play itself.
R1ev. .1. 1). H1ililhouse of Abbeville
was here Sunday and preached at the
Presbyterian cliureh morning and ev
R1ev. J. A. lartin Is attending the
Southern B aptist on vent ion in Ilous
foi, Texas. Rev. W. P. 'l'iiurner filled
Mr. Alartin's appointments here and
at Alountville Sunday.
Alrs. Lucy Dloyd of larens, is here
to spend several weeks with i her sis
ter AMrs. Al. T. Simpson.
MIs. W. P. CIII bertson entertained
I the Cross Iill and lounitville teach
0r i t. dinner last Sattarday. 'I'hose
Preselit were .lisses lessie lteid, iEn
Int lipp, Mary M1artin, lAizzie (llini,
Lucie Mlies, Irene .1leDaniel and \lMr.
'. .\. Puller.
liss Theo. Milies of Lander College
sent tle week-endl here with heir sis
ter, Miss Lucie Mifles.
Messrs J. 0. .Denny and Luther E.
.\itin motored t (Greenville last Fri
day on business.
Mrs. Sophia Pinson is having her
hottse recovered aid eiiarged In(
otlherwise improved. .\li. I'nocl Pin
son is inl Charge of file work.
Mrs. W. C. lasor returned Tuesday
from a few days visit to .1. 13. Rasor's
family at Greenville.
Mr. Arthur Ixeaman who has been
(itite sick for foir weeks is thought
to lie soie better n1ow.
Dr. Spaine has moved his dental of
flee to this place and is ready for
work in all lines of his profession.
The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head
niecntise of its tonic 111d laxntive effect, I.AXA
TiVi- iIROMO QUiNINEiq betterthan ordinry
Qumn Ie nd does not cnnose iervousness nor
rining in head. Re:nember the till nanme nnd
look for tlie signature of 1-. W. GROVE. 25c.
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. 101U'TVI LJ.E NEW~is,.
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.\lountvillo. .\lay I 7.--.\lemorial day
was observe(d here with appropriaie
(Xvi-cises by the 'lhool children. A
Iilne of miiari'ch was forlied to each of
the comet eries where flowers were
placed on the graves of the (Con fed
"1' nu Arch" Iynchi spent several
days last week with relatives ai(d
frieis at Cos A.nchor.
Ars. J1. 9. \\'inobrmen ner let iuned
l riday night from an ektendedi trip
toi heri l'arents and otheri relatives up
.\lrs. II. Bi Dyson is back fromi a
I woi weks' vislt in .Alullins.
.\:- .ois.e it iflhardson0, w ho has
aSt ession, is at hiomie again.
.\lr'. .I. .\l. (;iloodmani, who hats been
lih hs son, Iliubert, in (lharlotte for
Tlhe closing ext'r'(lsi's of (lie Mounit
'I M.i '' ehlool will be hel on the
e. nings of the 27th~ and 2Sdlh. On
Thiursdayv cvening, recitations aiid oithI
iir exer('ises l~y t he iintermiediate
Pradles wvill b e held and on Friday ev
cning following, thie awarding of di
plomas and1( oithler gradluat ing exerc is
es willI take place, a fter wivi Dri ~i. Ii.
HI. D emlenite of the F'rst Hialtist
elhurchcl of ( reen wood wvill deli ver ani
address~ui. The public is cordially In
v'ited to (lie i'xercises.
* PIIINCET:'ON NEW11S. *
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Prline(toni, M1ay 1 5.-Thie closing ex
ecises of the Princoeton graded school
wIll be0 held Friday eveniing Mlay 21
at the school, building. Prof. A. Mason
Duopre of Woffordl college, will dlver
the literary add~ress.
Mliss Gladlys Connelly delightfuilly
entertainedl several of her friendls In
celebrating her fifteenth Ilrthd~ay ; the
color scheme was p11nk andl white, af
ter' a few hiour's of social conversation
refreshments wer'e sc'erve by little
Ruth Ainold and H elon Bitt and
Masters Cur'tiss aind Hlarmon Connel
ly. Music wvas furnished by Misses
IBritt andl Mc~itticlk.
Mrs. T. J. Crane and daughter, Car
olinie have returned to their home in
Pelzer after a visit to homnefolks.
Mrs. A. J. Sullivan spent TIhursday
wvith relatives near Gr'ay Court.
Mir. J. A. Arnold of Peizer, is sp~endl
Ing the wveek-end with homoefolks
Master Carlile Sulivann hna re
turned from a visit to his aunt, Mrs.
Frank Nash near Gray Court.
Mr. Houston Wood spent Friday in
A pilenic was held at Flat Rock Fri
day. The program of the day was
recitations by the pupils and one of
the teachers, Miss Penn, recited a
piece and addresses were made by
Prof. ). Brand, 'Charlie Smith and
lion. 13. A. Morgan.
'omue to us for your Ice Cream
Freezers. We have file "Alaska" in
all poptilar sizes, and our prices will
S. I1. & E. I. W IALK S & CO.
A N N 0UN 'E EN'
1 hereby announce iyself as a can
didate for Congress froim the Fourth
Congressional Distriet, subject to the
rules of the Democratic party.
SAM J. NICHIOLLS.
Invigorating to the Palo and Sickly
The Old Stanclard general strengthening tonic
G ROVE'S TASTEHLEss chill TONIC, drives out
Malaria.enriches the blood.and builds u pthe eye.
ten. A true tomic. For adults and children. 50c
* WATERLOO NEWS. *
Waterloo, M1ay 12.-Splendid rains
have fallen throughout this section
du fig le last few days break ing the
long drought. The farmers are hop. -
ful. Notwitlistanding the severe
dioigliht oats and wheat will make an
average Crop. The Increase in the
aereage of small grain in our :ectlon
is at least forty per cent. Good -tands
of both cotton antd corn greot th.1 eye
on all sides. No hog colera, no hall.
Triansplanting sweet potato lipa is
Ilhe gencral or(ler of the (lay.
'hi,, closing exercises of the Water
loo high school last week was a great.
suc'ers, all honor to bolt teachCrs
Mr. Asa Teague, one of our- most
promising young farmers is being con
gratulated on every side. lie has wdn
a most valuable prize. Last Sunday
lie led to the altar Miss Lucile Reid,
oiie of Mt. Pleasant's most charming
young ladies, the Rev. .1. 0. Martin
officiatling. They are weleoninlg their
friends at the Teague home near Wa
terloo. Asa is an industrilous, honor
able youiig luan and wit hills lovely
hride shey tart life under a lucky
.I. C. Sinmith and wife and .Mrs. '. P.
Moore and her charinhig daugh ter,
lia are at Oreenwood tils week at
teldiig the chiautaut(ina.
Wantell -To sell o ne .losler Patent
Irocin Safe live ald one-half feet high.
Coibinlon locks. 'ine (conlditioln.
(ood' as new. \. (". 1,ancaster, at Min
lt'rprise Natioinal Ban k. I - It-1)d
Notice-I hereby warn all pelr'sons
against ent ering in or tresspassing
in any way, shape or form on mny
lands in Dials towlsiiip, witlhout writ
ten permission from me, iinder Ilie
penally of the law, .lohn It. Iliellams.
For Snle-N ice lot of lleikshiire
piigs. '$1 and $5 (1ach. TV. M. Shiaw.
Wanlhted --To buy a secondl hand oil
('ook(injg xl (ve' in goodc c'ond it Ion. ..
Wiad(' Antderson. Ciy --it
Wani ted'-- -.\ miiidd le-a gedl womtan for
hou swceptr. 1LiberalI watges and t good
hiomei. Apiply .1. l.:tArmstrotng, GIrat'
Watied ---'. head mtiIumii grade
('attIle, onie to1I the yeats otld. Wil
paty h~ghest miaurket li e. See me if
you have anylin g to offtert. S. G. .\ e
D~aie l, Laurt ens. I-SI-5
leri Sin lg Macliines, P'art and
Sui hples, repair inig, tcainig anid ad
Jusxltig call ( . S. St rick land, S iger
SewIng M\aclhine Agent, Phone 3111.
and registered. Will stand for this
seatsotn at Martin's Stable, Laurens, S.
C. Pedigree fut'nished to those inter
estedl. Guatrantee livig colt 0or no
pay. WV. L. Tfeague, L,. W. Martini.
Mi les for Sale- I have several good
inutles for sale at a ha rgai, cithleri
for' cash or on credit. Come at onuce
atnd look t hem over. II. Douglas
Gray, Hank of Laurens Building. 410-5t
For Sale-One tan setter bitch, price
$8.00; two setter puppies at $3.00
each. Also 75 cords of good at $1.00
per cord F. 0. Ii. Cold Point; also lot
of Jersey cows with young calves. Of
tlee hours 5 A. M. to 9 P. M. qOvery (lay.
TI. M. Shaw, Lautrens, S. C., 40-tU
Not-ice Opueninig Books of $4ibscriptioni
Notice is lhereby given /t hat books
of subscription to the alp tal stock of
Peoples D~rug Store will e openled at
the oflicos of iDial & Ted 4, EnterprIse
National Bank building, jLaurens, S.
C., at 10 o'clock A. M., Tjuursday, May
20th, 1915, putrsutat, to Ithe authority
of a comminssloon of cor'porators Issued
to us by the Secretary of State. Capi
tail stock to lbe Five Thousand Dollars
($5,000), dlividedl into flfty shares of
lie par value of One Iilundred D~ollars
Frank HI. Caine,
iloard of Corporators.
North liarper Winus,
In a hIgh-class exhibition staged in
Gar'lington's Meadlow yesterday, the
North ilarlier baseball nine defeated
the Watts Mill third team by a sco
of 8 to 0. Dispatches from the front
clal mthat Davenport, the Harper
twirler, was the feature of the game.
Card of Thanks. large as our means, and the liberality
We most sincerely thank our neigh- I of our friends will permit of. The
bors and friends for their many kind- coming show in September brings us
nesses and sympathy during the ill- so close, to our thirtieth, and as our
ness and death of our husband and future depends so much on the suc
father. cess of the next two that we uirge up
Mlrs. J. H. Owings and hlildren. ou all interested in our wellfare to
begin early to plan for greater sue
Fairview Stock Show. cess.
At a late meeting of the Fairview 1 .. B. Stewart Pres.
Stock Show association, it was decid
ed to offer preniluis as usual, in Solid car load Fruit Jars Just re
each and all tlh depitrtments the celved. All styles and sizes to select
ri'um ills to be as numerous and as Is'om i tt exti nely. lVo iES.& CO.
== =.o l.-1.i.WLE o
Teas of Quality
Every housekeeper knows the advan
tage of using the best Tea, and every
housekeeper knows that
Chase & Sanborns Orange Pekoe,
Lipton's Fine Teas and Tetley's
Teas of Quality
Are the best that can be had. Our stock is always
fresh, pure and clean.
Phone us your orders or call and let
us have the pleasure of serving you
FOWLER & OWINGS
Laurens, S. C.
CALOM[L WH[N BILIOUS? NO! STOP!
ACTS LII([ DkNAMIT[ ON LIVE
I Guarantee "Dodson's Liver Tone" will Give You the
Best Liver and Bowel Cleansing You Ever Had.
Stop using calomel! It makes you you right up and make you feel fline
sick. Doin't lose a day's work. If you and vigorous by morning I walit youl
feel lazy, sluggish, bilious or consti- to go back to the store and get your
pated, listenl to me! moley. Dodson's iver Toie is do
Calomel is lercury or inilcksil- stroying the sale of calomel because
ver which causes necrosis of the bon1es it is real livjer medicinc; entirely veg
Calomel, whenm it comes into coitact etable, thqerdfore it can not salivate or
wilh sour1 bile craslies into it, break- make y n' sick.
big it up. This Is whieni you feel tlat\ I <lrantee that o1e spooiful of
awful n als ad cramping. if you )o( n's Liver Tone will iut your
arc "all knocked out," if your liver s gish liver to work and (lean your
is torpid alid howels constipated or 11owels of that sour bile and consti
you have headache, (lizziniess, coated pated waste which is cloggIng your
tongue, if breath is bad or stoimiach system and makimg you feel miserable
sour, just try a spoonful of harmless I guarantee that, a bottle of Dodson's
DIodsou's 1Iver Tone. Liver Tonle will keel) your entire fam
liere's mIy guarantee-Go to any ily feeling fl1e for 11101nhs. Give it
( rug store and get a 50 cent bottle of to youri clhildren. It Is harmless;
Dodson's Liver -Tone. Take a sjoon- doesn't gripe and they like its pleas
Ill tonight and if it doesn't straiglteni alit taste.
YOUR CHANCE TO SEE A
Ford Car Built.
SOn Thursday, this week.!
The Idle Hour Theatre
will present a one reel picture showing
how the Famous Ford Automobile is built.
You will be carri d through every depart -
ment of the bi ~/ordc factory and allowed
to see the car b>uilt frorm the ground up.
The picture is both entertaining and in
is given to every presCription that
comes to us, that it may be filled
correctly and with the purest drugs
The same holds true with-candy .
is sold in this store because believe it to be the
best obtainable. It is received regularly by fast
express direct from the fagtory and is always fresh
Powe Drug Company
Laurnsn S. C.