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cn s!Ceid :1Inan 'er 'ea .li'g a I ub of
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Th10 'ni -l Stat 11.4 ha . said to G r
mny "Youl have0 n"ot o (Ini this har
bor 1 11 ilnthod of wv'a:-fa'e.'' .\tter
considering the tualler three weeks.
G(ermloany replies "Say it again" an(1
thevre you are.
It ("rmany do'sn't he (enrefili she
is noing1 to be inl the positionl of, the
iloxiented individual who, after 'get
lin. a . soveve dbI'lliling at the han(ds
of, a dohlighly Iri-shinan,11 discovered too
late 1hat "he had tried to cover. too
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Tho .\dvertiser has recived a spe
cial Ithirty-two page edil.ionl of ile
1r4'em-I lBroad I lustlr, I lldersollviIle.
N. .'.. of which Gordon P. Galllington.
for niorly of tI.4k city, is :I joint publ
l Ier. The 11aper was splel(Ldily
g(Io tll 1Cp. di'I:lyill) j sh at it T -
pri:( on1 the r C t o: the iii5hers
111d thir patrons1.
W1 al-A it.) 1n' I)11i' ar-'1g I In nf
fore~nmi~:'yedciwationl thanl im
advn'4d by a ar land ownIer', who
h that he did no vant to see he
c, .1 4 the iel iih (rhoo 4 fred
I 1 4* 4:4ho : for w ih i it e 41)iter
t I a f IP.: l ( nii:' 11: ho would ' <th
11 . d ') Ohe chewa! 1:tho"r ho nlow has
of h woand Inl othler words if
v1:1an ;;ilnI v byt one ho opp1osedl
Io. ;I:5 ' would L4e
ah .in.: to the po:)O'rl and depen~d
nel asse and a protect-ion ;:l n,
ha1' :41 .4 se:' i:'.d the o;'ert ion 4 of)
ti4 n4 42 r:-)'' <411--1 on la w in ti'4ir
det u41 ''4'4):)i41n dis
(4ta'st i.: I h' 14 .4 2 and) 4-4rlainly is4
1h4 'ati( h d: w th thi:4. how0v.'V r4. 1bu1
((4144 .'! ! ' to~ n ' ' ) (4it he 1 (1)"a '
'c n.44 .4; 'r:: 4' Ii 1m .2 ounty" in4(1 the5
4o44 1'. .1:4' :1 I' the ' 14du 4)'ation -
he .ai' : -.a i ly l ae (y ('or! 10:4
( ,- 4 >411' : hI .'4ah'ti i in a ch in s
1iigt a g4he dare roali th e atl
ofmes~ vat fa'lan' s$.table it').
Fn d. Ill th l' !-. 'a lpite Na ftinl 1lankOi
huiOling w1)1hi'h they tateia the are11
e'lng atealrain bargain. fO'f'fT oni
mi i; an fat and ted t l woil'
Pices varyfl (fro $7514 llOt $11.1iv1
Pral ,ot~~iel for0 Heot'ed 1 1
1111otawatOn., a Si- ir J h
French in'5 appreciation of114 the1 her11.
fion, o ha snt aO (4on1('ratul atr 1(111 e
gram14 V1)4) to Premier) lre aying:t )o
"Thoey1)0 remainh inl thes'Iih foert of1)1
th1 e 1,igh1t andIifel asueth ththeifr
teameko ou Winuneia0 te dswil
plint,' Ws Iogether wI1iitithose indissl
ile hels whic ar f'or 1(ed by thl
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* (08COSS HILL NEWS. *
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cross liill, .lay 31.-The commence
llent exerclses of tie Cross I [il school
were held last week. They wvere all
.ood and indicated a litting close of
1 successful year's work. Wednesday
evenling Ihe wl' athrlll was Ideal and be
fore a crowded hIlelise I he r ariouls
ltaes lendered "a talking gardeI'"
withI mutch effect and wvith credit to
-h-.1lve 1s d the teneher's inl hal e
htalinig and sleepilng flowvers. Ihe
r 12m. showersI l n Of --% d
theo little "11iu",111C. the Maye paulc
dn1Ce, the1. tuelel orl helr thronie, in
lat. ev(ry parlt of the entertailinent
deser-lves ;pecial muention.
\hile h(I,, weather F riday evening
was a little cool and threatenling, yet
a a Ige audlence ass'elibled to witnless
he gra dIating exercises of Ihe senior
v'lasst. This class is Composed of
Iwt ve milelirs as follows: Alee T.
!:rown, lres., .1. C. \lMeG o watn V. rl'es.,
M.\iss .osie Grifllin, See., .laneivs L.
U utirie, rieas. and I stotoriin, (eorge
1'. Martin, oralor, Miss lloise Reeder.
p:'olphet, .\I.Zas Floride ulidd, poet.
(ladys Gritlin, Aile Austin, Nellie
llt. Collnie Iunller and .lames Kooni.
Mil-- GlaIdys Gril"ll in. ivered thesl
tatory. tamins Kvoi real (te ( lass
will. and ':rs. Alec. i'ixil rown eliv.red
The .u.ie I of .\r. 31artin's oration
w "Th Call for ll". Til, was
"cI prepaied and d:ivered inl his
usulal ill rssive style. All these ex
' w'r intermillId witI aplpro*)
1ria teson.4 and Iliano selec(tions by
milen 'ber. of the class. Messrs. Simt
P1115ons Pinson, Charles Rasor, Iarrett
Watts. anid Franl M\iller, students of
lte Iigli School, acted as ushers.
The address to the gladitalating class
was delivered I Mr. Fred M. 1111liIt
of Anderson and was a most. excellent
and Iracti(al one. lis subject. was
"l'nvera! -:duIc:tion". This appeal to
Ile lieinbers of the class was tiIliely
anld il pressive. Sit pt. W. I1. Culhert
S delivered diplolltas to the ilve
holbor roll. read (lie perfect attelidanlice
ist, ud tr it(d the blittols furn
ished lby he 1i u itlicials. Tweity
,W o 'is r(ceivetd perfect attlidalce
- ',. :. Spec:al lielnlioln was nude
i : 1 .\ la Colewilall who has not iissed
a1.v ilrotm yhool inl four yevarS. S he
inst inishid the forth.t grade.
12- \\. . lathfodill a few ap
o ' t'em:irks delivered a wars
to \ ra L,0"O 101 for xce11lec inl spell
- 7s inl lta 1tin l work. and to
- i'rteir for 1 xCeling in neal
ni;- and impi'm'leent ,llwii.
Ihu ield a good year ill I Ie l'ross
hi 1h1-ol): Ior wh-Iose. ,-.1lvv the l
ml b.'d 1;:, 1 .,. rs nd 11c,
oc utaoiiton have wvorlod
s.1' I uele .\;: 0..: 1f th (ross 1111!
0i le t Simhiy f!rl lier homii at
n, N ia slie silninelil
Ilui It sp la a uo1(a11 ~ ri:
I~~~ c ]
b ne Wt ',idI I : th r1 esc.
112M. .1. All h il' deie 'rwas
I he n tli'tm( ofI th t Gtil s
:111 h t eh1e (Il 'Xiitint n chur 1b
\~s 1r. ltl( ' o f (l i n on I. L.i.:t
i. T. . . ;Ni;!ia fam.iy. lrad
h o hnE, Ile:!ue:- w it h l1ed.
t' clI Hilir .l . Si 't'. .\l'g(ol lity syl
thlsl 115son-l n fo lilhod hac
o h ral' fion. llilll noil
A 4eo~ w r' ('l'in I lanl (fr ('tit! a s(
tre lntanch' lith (ogenerl'al geen.
TOnelt twt hinders hae been fttr-o
.lhced, Will sth sinu whick willh be
('la n L I lin 10ld inw igol thwork
dingl(l tae busy 1 o season. sIll
It'5r whc51ca feI 'e Sad iinay aten-o
wbr asir J. . il' ( Nthr i s c eln was
di1scover'.sit n t he irea orignI.atd
(inte(. o ill reoom fom an oil te.
Inhi less( timle ta ithk st. w ieti
Tho buieOt brMaderas teso
an Aneir wasuxingUpishe Sytemi
Tae damage. adrdGRVL'
MrS.E Dr. Peakl TOCintou iknvsit
inagyo .\r.e tDange's taily.muaI
pr.tedndon e1e. laelde shoinas been
teachine aid Srnburg a taseley fors
fihedQinn dhiesoutan malared back
on uildfar for the systemr 50onts
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* New Prospect Children's Day. *
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(hildien's GDay at New Prospect was
a grcat success. I was delighted to
be there with loved oines of the past
and their loved ones. What elaiges
line has wrought since I began Ily
iinistry there nearly <10 years ago.
Mis. W. I C'nl ingha in started tle
Childiren's )ay 26 years ago. What
Shillliene for good Its observalce
has accoit Il isLeld. Eternity a lone will
Ievil the good that has lived afteri
her. And It is still exerting ana in
Ihlence tor' t ine and eternity through
her diugher, .1osephinte and others.
The ip'ograin as carried out, was a
sifeniid one and was wonderfully sue
cessfil in all the details. I want to
give special emiphasis to the spiritual
featiure of the exercises--beyond any
other it. has ever been iy good for
Ilune to attend, there oi elsewhere.
Those who got up the program for the
oceaslon deserve the gratiitde of the
cliurel and all who were present.
May tle blessings of God rest. upon
them all and may lie give liem hearty
cooperation on tle part of tile chulrefb
in all fatire Children's Day observ
Do not let ime forget to mention the
fact. how great a pleasure it was to
ieet once iore on Ilese 11111indante
shores Ily dvear old friend and broth
er, Dr. Ant hlony Fuller. And I In ist
not fail to iention that It was and
always is an uniispeakable pl!easire tI
le with my boy olnce niore, tle Rev.
.Jodie A. Martin, and iany others,
whoin to mention, I have not tinie nio
vpac. May we all greet each other
in the Bleautiful City.
.1. D. Pitts.
F'ountain Inn, S. C.,
.\ay 31, 19 .
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local nientions, as Iiy cannot reach
tihe- diselnsed portion of tite enr. There ia
only one way to cure (ilnineiss, and (lint is
by const titt lona I remeilies. llnfnies is
eniseil by an i nlIn11ini condlition of tle Mu.l
cous iitixg of tih ' iustnehinn Tube. When
this tube is ii nniait yin.t havo a rumbing
sou1nc or imi perfct henring, anl when it 10
uitirely clost'<. ienfnies Is ( the result. and
uilt s tilt iiinimmintiont cult be int et out
nmcd thitis tlbe rstored tot a normal conan
tionii. htariig will be diet y'r l forever; nine
('nst's out of t"n n e nsvas by Catarrh.
whleht Is nothnlg h n in VImeri condition
of 11h4e milleiuus surfn 9(i
We will give One1' 1 Drii Dollarn for nov
'a-1 of Denfntss tlenusil by entarrhi that
ennnot lie cureoi by Iintl's Cantrrh Cure.
S-lnl tor ci niInra. froo.
F. J. 'iI-NiMY & 'O. Toledo. Ohio.
Snhl by Drurggists. 7r,(
Take lin is Flmily Pills for constipation.
"TIZ" FAE.\S TIlRED.
SORIE, SWO1LLE'N EET
N ~in like "1T%" f'or m-1h hur, sweaity,
eniloused 'eet 1'113 iorns--"TIZ" Is
Why olihigaretul with achin11g.
1,iuiffed-up feet -- eet so tirel. cha f.
-. MY foot
oie ho s n rIt f Why don' o
eeiot:i tae <1nselig n
t ra s tli soene's and Iiiiy riht
ol ofi fee ,hat (hafe, tnar iiandi3 brn.h
NI)% ins''~tantl sigtoisS painl Iilc corns
this osetsi and hunironis.ha "Tl"h.
lius fore tlir d fi'chm inisor' f(ut.
Nogluo'easoefctiighns -co inine aoo
long't.Enane iWt a'oil
(Oiiiit genhatliy agre byI hl ep'etlin
ticutryot an ue Ithas calltnel
effestaiverye violent nffot t he effetnof
Th1iineounts forl edI ailea has
agr'eable t ftentoeli wide nianying ha i
.lis tyIiier-Lsaxr one.s aiiedable
subitunefr as alonli. I alt
onfeieniss, btie lan te Ieffetso
a loe. ssnid sinalleife.K O~sh' whas
ibroughtiteeinto guh ive sfe(that i'
siomie tated. haanot aentrey reai
S.l MnE use les ag&n Cno.s
onthegnu, Cooear &h likenbs
adigAttoreysf at LaGgbwh e
moneyt rented. or sall byLau-ne
.M. Pr& tiE i. Wilketate C o.t
1'or Sale--lilehh cows.. Apply to J.
S. Btennett, Laurens. 15-1t
Lost--Smiall gold cuff link engraved
with the letter "S", between Wilkes'
s1ore and the residele of .\rs. Dorroh.
Vinler %will please return to thils of
Lost -"roim hat Thu tsday inoruiling
het ween the residelie of Mr W. \VR.1
Hichey and the post oflice. a bunch of
white Aigrettes. Rvoward tor theIr re
Ifirn to fihis ollice. i-It
For Sale-Cow, f'res;h in 1nlk, with
lilifer calf, price $11. W. I1. Todd,
Ba rksda le, S. C. I5.. 11-d
For Sale- -w cows fresh In iilk.
IReas4on for selling aln overstocked.
One of the cows Is extra tine. A. Carl
lFt er, Iaurens, S. C. -5- I t
For Sale-One good $16h.50 refrig
(rator, isei Only three mionths, fifty
pounds capacity. Pirst check for $10
gets it. See 11. Terry, Laurens. 15--It
Winnted--An1y person affected with
Catarrh, hay feier or asthma, to com
niluilicate w*ith me. I am agent for
the Swiss-AIerican Vaporntor Treat
inilt. Five to 10 days free trial. G.
I). Silitl, Clinton, S. C. -.1--tf-2t-pd
To llent--Fu I lshed roomms In desir
able section of the city. Itates reason
able. .lrs. .M. S. Tucker. 1--1-2t
Nolle-l hereby warn all persons
against enterIng In or t resspassing
I any way, shape or forimi oil MY
lands In )I ials township, wNithout writ
(en peri ission froi 11me, under the
penalty of the law. John i. llellam.
-12- I t-pd
Walited--A middle-aged woiana for
housekeeper. LIberal wages and good
home. .\pply 1). I). Arnmstroig, GUa
Co( t. S. C., lotte .11-21
Wlant ed--50 head indiumi grade
cattle, on1e to three years old. Will
pay Iighest 1111rket price. See mIie If
you have anything to offer. S. G. le
D~aniel, LaurenIIS. -11-5 t
For Sale-One tan setter bitch, price
,$8.00; two setter puppies at $5.00
each. Also 75 cords of good at $1.90
per cord F. 0. II. Cold Point; also lot
of Jersey cows with young calves. Of
ilce hours 5 A. M. to 9 P. If. every day.
T. \. Shaw. Laurte1ns, S. C. 10-tf
* ArJ ha h~~ a~ is
o simple plea~ure
in he Preo arc on ,
aqd a Qala ble
enjoyrmenr 1q ear
n , use h~a 500d
S S Se
Its made by [he
amous je il
H~ilE US I ESTOREL Y011R
to Its original newness. NothIng hurts
a business lIke a shabby dellvery ser
vIce. I have us send forn the wagon
tnd make It imw agaIn in every rc
speut. W~e'll make all necessary re
pairs, gIve It a nuew coat of paInt or
varnIsh aind send It backt all sipick,
span and sparklIng.
J. D. SEXTON'& SON
LAURENS, S. C.
CALOMtt IS M[RCJRY, IT SICK[S!
CLtAN LIV[R AND BOW[LS GINTLY
Don't Lose a Day's Work! If Your Liver is Sluggish or
Bowels Constipated Take "Dodson's Liver Tone."
You're billous! Your liver in slug- guatatitee that each spoolifill will
gi.h! You feel lazy, dIzzy and tll clean your luggis liver better than
kiocked out. Your head Is didl, your a lose of nasty calomel and that It
toigue is coated; breath bad; stoin- won't mae you ick.
acli sourl and bowes constipated. 3ut o
dott't take salivating caloiel. It m ctle. you'll k i t next morn
Iakes you sick, you may lose a day's g because you %ill wake up feeling
work. line, your liver will be working, yot n
C.o101 is mtercury Or quicksilver headahe and dziness gone, you
Whiichi caues necrosis Ot' the bones. shouacl o il e sweet yod your bowels
C.1a01o01el crshies into sour bile like egular. 'Ott wvill reel like w"orking;
(lynantite, breaking it 111p. Thlat's wI you'll be cheeorful. full of vigor and
youl feel I ha-t awful u nauseaj and ci' ip- amubit ion.
lng. IDodson's Liver Tone Is entirely veg
If you Want to euJo' tm nicest, etable, thereou'e knitless and can
gentlest live and bowel Ole- sing you not salivate. wive it to your children.
evel elxpeiei just tak a spoonful a Illions of dizople e usig Dodson's
of harmless odson's flter Tone to- Livaer Tole Instead of dangerous cab-o
night. your bruggist Or deier sells m110aw. Your ruggist will tell you
yott a 50 cent. bottle of Dodson's Liver that the sale o caloniou is almost stop
Tone iuder illy persodnal Lrnoney-backeied enttirely here.
table,1 thrfr hames andca
ANlwlervons 2 0 0 loge s
youa 50ceto'll Dosee' her iha the lt vclomevs ams tp
Tone udernm eron money-ckuntref herre
01 COOK STOVE
"NowServing 2,000.000 Homes
LOOK FOR THIS
NEW PERFECTION GIRL
Youi'll see her in the wvindlows
and on the counters of hardware,
furniture and department stores
She stands for the NEW
PERFECTION OIL COOK
STOVE - the simplest, most
efficient Oil Cookstove made.
Already it has made cooking
easier and kitchcns cleaner for
over 2,000,000 housewives.
*Made in 1, 2, 3 and 4 burner
sizes; also NEW PR RFECTI ON
stoves with fireless cooking oven
Use Aladdi~n Security Oil
or Diamond Whi te Oil
to obtaini the best results ini oil
Stoves, hleaters a.nd Lamps.
PE R lON
...TANDA RD OIL COMPANY
'Vashington, D. C. (New Jersey) Charlotte, N. C.
Norfolk, Va. (BA LTIMORE) Charleston, W.V.
& chmond, Va- Charleston, S. C.
I s given to every presCription that
comes to us, that it may Ibe filled
correctly and with the purest drugs
The same holds true ith candy
is sold in this store because ie believe it to be the
best obtainable. It is received regularly by fast
express direct from the factory and is always fresh
Powe Drug Company