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I. i itENS, .1. C., SEPT.'8, 1915.
I I 11111IMON I. ulCCTI ON.
T Ti\sday will be held tie cfer
fil sIate-wide prohibition. All
hilS on point. toward vIctory for
h i lilt ionIsts, provided they turn
ho 1ol), as they should. llow
iv-t)iidence has lost linany
-t and it would not be a
-I : of i magi nation to pie
I IIm waking u1p aftler the election
that tIhy have beeni asleep at
Sitcl". On the other hand it is
' to) assume that every opponent. of
wide idea will he at the polls
his vot, s) it is important for
iii iii ni st115 ) o at (he polls
i' I Tuesday.
TI , AtiVeliser does not hecome tin
d l txeiled wheni the toiiie of proli
br is lroached and coilseq(ueitly
no! lose its sense of fairliess
t iee in disclssing the otiues
u ith others of opposite, beliet . It,
.ot find it ally asisilance to tile
Of ttohiil loto place alil those
ifef'r with it inl the c lass of
an 11d scounidrl-ts, but it. Is
tblie(4ve. that solle of them
Allincero inl their advocney of
loni anld eveil high licelse. 11ut,
.il those of thlel Who illay
neore, tle liqlor lintiiness is had
ght t. i be reduced iow and
INiCll Option League of Solith
( na (wVh(o colliloseS it sloui(ld be
le 1' er. Is allempling to
h y statistics from wet andiii (r y
that prohibitioln does not pro
iThat it does not. prohilbit in
t n1 sty o1101 has yet 1wolibitld
n - I i i l aly ininnee aniywhere will
1 4eIed by ( ee file llost ardelt
te of state-wide prollhibiion. It
noce~ss.,ary to clailn this to) ad
Ii .4) n 1l u lna lnt for prohliliiion. T'o
lastha pohilj)iion it; e.ven par11tly
'.'a' "al is really sufflicent ground
-' . (adoption1 and we do not live to
!th ller states to prove this. 'Ihie
< . of the countis of this stale
alrevady dry is sullicielt. argil
id ti. Shollu whiskey is aohl in these
(C's aNd11 will hie foir some10 lme t~o
bu.4 ~ t th 14 (iIcn il 1ons ar tot 4 inilin
at- d 'vhiskey out that it dhoes not take
in' 0r observer~'IC' to note( them. Thel I
(14.-t ism) and(1( Il dunkennessC prelentU1'
ini dispensar ime.1Ils were not orious
and the~j~ impoved con~dition1s, as miay
h. nletd in ' Si ureIns, are ofteni (om1
imod upo:1. Th'iat these depliorabile
emI :1ma still cxi1st inl ton OW15where
'V.'Adwy IN Ntiil ophenly NoldI may bie
.e '4' d fronll the newsN itemn taklen
i sNtimen~l~t ini the presnt~i wet
((I and the1( b1 u ig-hiear or ao lawless
I traion1 being elec'4ted ne4xt ye4ar
1 i4) ln-alnthi lawv now iln (fftt
RI' 'h nho dispensar1 iteN inI i adIactO1
- , Ihereis INhOt as much(1 toi he
'oen I le jiresent wet ('0un1ties
.41ld( hiave had reason to 4) xNpect
b lthese Itwol laws were enlaeted.
1' b e moreil difileutlt for blind
* hi o scuIre whliskey for reta Il
'1414n1 n i) os whih wll hv Iiave
-4 :4ed inl getlling it for sale wvil
Oi' I 11h(ose but1 the lowest and vil
lthe n 4' inftlu'ntial law-breakers e'Ilm
j. -.W the (lnforCOeent of the law in
th' . iluntiOs will 'he an) eaierO mat1
We -ee no0 lreaison whly anIyoneO
shloul vote against prohIbition lbe
(laus"e an adm))i~ntration not ini 1ym1
path14 with it 1m1ighut he electedo in thle
lrimnaries next year. This sounds lIke
t'o I lite brid(" Ifoire we get to
.it. ; I title thatt .e electorate that
wvill 't 0on tile prohibt110 io pIlestloln
-ivili lifferenlt from Ithat which will
'(ote4 the lprihnari1es, 1b11 the pri)' -
hIti n ctin (1 Is not1,a guess on what
'wil I IC) n h the primarlIes. We cnn
Onlly -a our conscience In the( prlo
'1ibi)1 'lect ion and treat t he ot her
one n we come to it. We muluIt
work with the endin view of winning
in both elections.
The local optionists are trying to
frighten the prohibitionists to cover
by the argument that a prohibition
election would throw the old liquor
question back into South Carolina
politics. That is to be expected. The
prohibitionists d9 not ex)ect to put
the liquor crowd out of business in
one last round. They expect the end
to coie by slow processes. If the
whiskey question is injected into the
campaign next sunttter however, we
Lelieve that the voters will remember
who Injects it.
OUR AND UNION'S MPINACE.
"ContplaitIs aire constantly reach
ing Its of the reckless manner half
druikent uitolmobile drivers are
seti'nllg up and down the high ways
of the county. h'le reckless driving
is often accompatied by loud cursing
and boisterots talk. It. is, posItively
dantigerous for a horse and buggy to
travel the highways, and particularly
on Sundays. leceltly at mnidnight onl
a Sat.trday niglt a car stopped in
.Jlonesville aild made night hideous
with fold oal ths and boisterous shiouts
for half an hour. And recently an
automobile illed withi drunken mad
itetn passed a house in tile country;
one of them threw a bottle ie had
just emptied at a little girl who was
jtlayintg int the walk In front of te
house. The gentleman who gave us
this information, says lurtlet: 'It's
almost. ati every dlay ociiirence for
iten tit aitlos to pass cursing along
the highways.' Frot imay (iiarters
these compllints have reached its,
and sometithing should be (lone to put
1 stop to such conditions. Gasoline
ait whiskey make a dangerous mix
The bet way we know for putting
a stop to "lthese conditions" is to vote
$100 Reward, $100
The readers of this itater will bo
pleased to learn that there Is at least one
dreaded ciseas" that science has been
able to Curte Inl all its stages, and that Is
Catarrht. 11all's ('Iatatrh' Cure is the otnly
positive ctre now kntlown to the ttiaittl
fraterntity. Catatrrh being a oconstitutionial
ilsease. requirtts a constittional treat
tnertt. llat's Catarrh Cure Is taken lin
irrnally, acting dirItly tipn thte blood
an111 i nucouls surlfaces .1' thw systein1. therle
by elostr-Oying the fii ti n ft1 the (its
ease. antd givitng the pattietI strength by
111niling up1 the ont tionand assistinig
n tuur Iin 41,1ing its work I. 'the propriettors
have so tich faith it its curative pow
ers that they oft'r On1e tiutiiirted Dollars
fOr any eikset that it falls to) c'tre. .eid
for ois of Ie4tittonials.
Addr'ess: F. .i 4'11i:.N'Y 4CO., Totedo, 0.
Sold by al iluegtt~o.7[,e
Take tat' Famtily titla for conttpation.
Wtied-(len ttags. eW are in the
martie'it for sevo'al pottinds of 1en
rags. If yoU hta ve any bring thei in
now. L.aturens Advertiser.
LostIKodak, lrownie No. 2, be
1%,oween Graly Courtf and( L'aurens, Tu'les
day, Attgist :11. litewar(l if te ttIrn'ed
to this oilce. 7-1t.
Montey to Loan-Otn first mortgage,
Wel I I ttmproved country real est at ',
occutpield by the owner. Ini lots of
$1,000 and 111, I,iberall termls. Car1los
It. .\los(liy. 7-11
For Sole- -132 aicrmes and S3
a'tts nt4'1 '\hden and also 1.5 acres
near Cold P'oint. C. Ware .\ltddent,
hat trets 8. C., It. - I. 7-I t-pid
N oJ(' - - Durin'i g tlhe i'ott inItg soasont
we wi'll be in lte matrket f'or ('01ton
seed, Weighed at. the I aniturens lHottd
ed Wa rehouse by Mr t. .1. I. C'oletmatn.
Yuoitur btstiess 50olici tedi. TI. D. Lake
Wnttedi---Posiltion its hiousekeperort
Comit)mnuion by3 set tied lady. Able to
dto 0or assist it all work about the
h lottse. Address .\t's. II at IlI Abtratms,
Clintont, S. C. 7-It-pd
Watted ii--T'o buy' i scap~ tron of all
kittds. Will Ipay C'ash. I,. W. Iligho.
En;taui'e at L~auren4s Tlailor~ Shop.1)
Forzt Sal- -.70 atcrtes we1Illitmprovedl
legs anld tinant house. piood nieighbor'
hood14, ('ionvieni4tt to schlt :uil chureb.cl
Ss;.l tkno't as ErntestI ienect hiottn place.
Ubie'trie (ill The SuitIan'ii gin wil!
he4 it: overatiiont Thur?'2i1y. ein-nlli rate
$1.'7, per' ha l. bacgg it andl tI s 7:>i
e'xtra. All i utrk guart i itd4 to b' ~st
iiit'ry. 'Tttms en sh. \\'e will also
bI it thi' mta rti- lo ihandule seedi. We4
sale. I1; i while t he watr is (it anid
3:ay f'oir 'ttm afteir it is 0 over.84 tSeem
at on1(e otr phone .5. Now is I he tie
to sow c'lovert, rye, etic. T.' .\I. Shaiw.
nnztitedlA3 M Mc~an iel (.'inn teriy Yo ltur
('of41 enio see. Wets arie Ilindeendenbt
bttyerts, teeote ennt liay youi thle
highest. mtat'ket pirice. Comtpletil ion is
thte life of tratdo. Kerep uts itn the ttart
ket by dividinug youtr butsi ness with uts.
We are' always toady. . list lpress; lhe
but ton atnd the electrtic mlotort doe4s thte
rest. Ml 1)n iel GInhetry, E'ast .lin
street, S. G. Mcaniel, Prop. 7-at
Lost--IHetweien1 ~ Lauens5 and)4 Dar~ks
dalec a bhtte untifot'tt coat withI namle
W. 0. Menefielid 0on inside1 Iocket.
Fitnder trtetrn to thIis oflice. 7-I t-lld
(t apies-Sevr r'al Cam rine cocketr
els, four' months 01(1 ft'om thte best
layitng straIn. Six htens layedl 6-10 eggs
itn six mthflls. Pric'e $1.00 and $2.00,
0. A. Spitks, Laurtens, S. C. 7-1t-pd1
hor' Rent.-Ten Itortse farm t' near~t
city of 1,aurents. Five tenant htotises,
attnangedl for su b-r'etin1g. FIne ilarge
pastur te fot' cattle, Small hog paiture. tO
II. Y. Simptson,11 Laur'ens, S. C. 6-21
JtLn For Sale.---on long termos.
Also lattd to rent, ft'otm one to twenty
five htorse fartm. See me ot' wrte me
at otce. Thos. M. Shaw,
2.-tf Entrernn, . C., IL i' 1)0 4,
* ** ** ** ** ** *bertson there. Ve commend these
endid young people to the' goo
* ADDEN NEWS. *p
* * folks of Ekom.
adden,niodating clerk for Mr. J. D. Cu
~Iadei, SI~t 6.'rle yungpCO)10bertson at this liace.
of the neighborhood are rushing par- Now Prospet school opened Monday
ties at the close of the summer. Wed- morning under vory auspiciou&;olors
nesday night the Misses Wofford com- with Miss Lutie Young prin1iR1l and
plinented the young girls of the Eight Migs Carrie Langston, assisthil Tie
Wecks club, a lawn party which prey- young folks start ofv -olidtdii3J in a
ed to be quite an enjoyable affair. successful year's work.
Friday night at the home of Mr. Several young girls from liet'o en
1-ludgens there was held a social tered the high school at Laurens.
which was greatly enjoyed. Quite a Misses Ora Powers, Louise Dean, My
crowd of neighborhood boys and girls ra Vofford, Fannie Hudgond, Marie
gathered despite the lovering clouds Madden and Alice Proflltt went up
and a pleasant evening was spent. Monday morning.
Monday night at the home of Mr. Miss Kate Wofford leaves for Win
and Mrs. .Jim Check the good bye par- throp college Friday morning, where
ty will be held cre the boys and girls she will finish i June.
return to school. Mr. Percy W. Finley is now In An
Calet Jno. W. Wofford will leave dcrson with is brother, John 1. Pi
r'r Clemson college Tuesday morning. iey. There is a possibility of is mov
Messrs Ryan Martin and Jno. Mloore lng his family there at an early date.
ludgens leave Tuesday for Piedmont Mrs. Dial Gray and children have
College, at Demorest, Ga. been on a visit to the hospitable home
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Proilltt who have of \r. J. 11. Power.
been residing 1here, will move to their
new home at Ekom this week, where New lite of Lamps Just received.
Ir. Proffitt will have charge of te st received somi special bargains
berion te Knives and Fooks.
store anid machinery of Mr. J. D. Cuii- S. MN. & E. H. WHrJ41ms & CO.
Letter to the Patrons of
Laurens City Schools:
o m dlae orti tlek it ie of t le Cit
idi I.,1111-vi'1 ill thr'ee siia rate i ideri' ug o our' school work for the
s ioii 0' 1915-1 6. Fist. we wt hls to give oug ( ri n e t l i' a
Miss Cari Lagtn asistIt hr
ie1 phl and1( i'oloi uih iso(il ii' )101. Ari 1'R. C. Iliilol. a g ai'm lateo t ' l Plie
('i to.lI'l . will be I'l.' oi tile seveln gid folks ard f howill drill i e
M'ehit 401-.1 gd(' l\vs ill Sla 'v(.veir youn girls from her'oie ie
p i de Ils Ile Ii wii ithi i fii I - 111~ gl i Illes. A ItorI' ( ri ling tilhe seven i I
LfI1mlI Ihovs m11 w Wveeks, "'e iioi iel oter d a few iig h scool a otus to
11111, '101111):111 v ' ii w 1 to tillie 11ti ise s ivo the wsole Ligh Deaool ill
'I ll(lIl. 111' iiilital * v a t on alide will Ae Prliolt wnt up
rivvil 11' 'e s't weeli a stild' ii'rio ol' g drill p ornhigd. A, wher
priis'imr lIall1'rieji viWOl \\.t( is .1 Citadlel gi'adlute say~s I hat he and
otil. i'I'('itde n11(1h tr i ll sill ofe' a prize 1 n the bo.y who shows the
111(151t i Ill P 'iVl~l ei ill his 11 ii li fcor tilie sitloh Session ; od we hope to
6vI thlie boy3s wh1o imak 1i' s t'iI prog1rs. il Gis nok ail en aep
Ibeoit t aip at t e h olose osa homel.
\e li so hl (1)to havye minca'l il speet of Lmp jsool echildre
t is s(s.oil. A gre''at 11111 'y vi ll i'ren havie ph.u t seivea d e e Ise and ilpain
int of' w'hic'h thev and their parentint; know notrhiki. Some of Ihese
storpaioel is aan 'e de a ved I uetl, -imiied heari 1(i' i( e eve-si ghtI
1,11 1: I d loiisi Is. a deiioid v tt 1 is ald l(1 . Mlik. h e d i tis s mid phy
si''i'llls o, ile( town have 'e'v ilidly ('olisill I'l to (' (liolmgli or1 tIil I
iLetter to I;)Il( VV'vVit l th V~ Pat onwsis to fh dateo
et)ortlil1it V r th ptind suppt lid Or nort of(' ias h ev phtisie o e ieets
oi at will i threle him ir u ais so usool worL. foVlen a plyi'a dI r thet is
dis' ivse m'd il itaril tri ol' iian'd dici tline 'hild will be notied as to
thel' u a nd ofoloi g(1'eC' 1 11 ti Ila n i i1r R'i ('11 iave tgra dniist o '
p iai f w lie' 4 11te e o I ' the enthild. boy hild hewill lie 'eqillied
p r o i es t h m A w it i h1 i A 1r d rilli g A t h e se v e nt
.\gia bosfr iegwes w oe si' afw ihscolhost
lued STecomili ear:rinn Silb niectondl Year: il b
ive hi bor1etena td pro orv a(1 dril 1 perod. AnI nter
prgi' L rn iie h s a tl gradaeayththan
ote 'iti atel u ePftectywl fe prize11:4 to~ th hoy 'who3 showth
moii sti improemen and hidilln' o tei. sch~olsesso ;1( andwehop.t
Fith osrwh Yar: saifatrypog urnthi Yar:nenap
men it trY ip at th 1 lise of sfchool.
th;isl ssin. A i igl gradetiei mayycide 1ave phsilgdefocts animpiear
m'i ets t ofewhih. the and~l his r 11l~'~ pare tist deid n t'hiie (ofl' thesy
Simpa 1irets are decayed0111 tleethi ' d impied . heing, deeive eye-sightre
Jinlarged)1u ton'ts, ladenoi grn'os of' mte till' Tolg( he detst n phy
'iian of i t he01( foi' tile 1'very11( id l se td1o0i5 no g of'101(i'11'4I'l d l their
tim pit s exuii till' chilill'inl town'H 11ho3 wisho tae advaln \utage'of
themopon, Ieit to1h find twhhe or note'i I he has (a oIn hy in dfeots
the naturWe ofi the dfat andI111 f ii Wl'1 thonepr n f'e hat the enisr
physot ie ll of' tirle oil inreit the ciibl..'eiil will beheel a r(lpiired I
Instead of the thr'eenIf yor 0n Pnrs urri'cl'a, he11 he ighall towl
offers t wo is u year. i'o'011(111 enrrie llae.5es We Irrenaefolo.
CALOMEL SICKENS 11T'8 HORIBLf!
DON'T STAY BILIOUS, CONSTIPATED
I guarantee "Dodson's Liver Tone" will give you the
best Liver and Bowel Cleansing you ever had.
Calomel makes you sick; you lose a 50 cent-bottlo of Dodson's Liver Ton9
day's work. Caloqiel is quicksilver under my personal guarantee that it
and it salivates; calomel injures your will clean your sluggish liver better
than nasty calomel; It won't make you
liver, sick and you can eat anything ydu
if you are bilious; feel lazy, slug- want without being salivated. Your
gish and all knocked out, if your bow- druggist guarantees that each spoon
els are constipated and your head ful will start your liver, clean your
aches or stomach is sour, just take bowels and straighten you up by morn
a sPoolful of harmless Dodson's Liver ing or you get your money back. Chil
Tone instead of using sickening, saliv- dren gladly take Dodson's Liver Tone
ating calouel. Dodson's Liver Tone is because it is pleasant tasting and
real liver medicine. You'll linow it dg.esn't gripe or cramp or make them
next morning because you wilIkaJea' s ck.
up feeling fine, your liver will be work- I am selling millions of bottles of
Ing, your headache and dizziness gone, Dodson's Liver Tone to people who
your stomach will be sweet and bow- have found that this pleasant, vegeta
ell regular. You will feel like work- ble liver medicine takes the place of
Ing. You'll be cheerful, full of vigor dangerous calomel. 111uy one bottle on
and ambition. my sound, reliable guarantee. Ask
Your druggist or dealer sells you a your druggist about me.
Stop and Read These 4
J. C. SHELL & CO.
We have a few special prices to offer =A
this week and if you are in the market for a
saving money here is your chance.
Best Flour $5.75, $6, $6.25, $6.50
7 pounds Good Coffee $1.00
25 pounds of Sugar $1.60 =
Bacon per pound 9 to 12 1-2c
Ham per pound 18 to 20c
Broken Rice per pound 5c
Best Head Rice per pound 8c
Compound Lqrd per pound 10c
Pure Lard per pound 12 1-2c
Besides the above special prices, we have j
lowered our piices op'all canned goods. Come and 3
inspect our stock Jefore buying. Special prices on -
We are- receiving fresh Celery now every .
=7 week. And we have also received our fruit cake E
stock so you can begin to prepare for Thanksgiving E
and fall weddings.
And don't forget this: When you want j
an order filled promptly and correctly call
J. C. Shell & Company
Dring your orse hereLt beimhodman
for ou.The mprvemntDi hi ac
of differene when younaveBhlndshg
Unewtakers and Eur4=ahner.
look as areullyafteshiereedasanyy bend.r ih
l~rnyor ors hretohe ho ad iIEAL'il AM) JlAPiNESS D)EPEND
see ow uchbeter e wll orkl'PON YOUR LIlyER
foryou '1lieimpoveentin is c- T'hat s~jUggishm liver with its slug..
I o wll ho 3't1tht i mkesa otgishi flo o1 bile is what makes the
of inrene ~'hn ou av hi si~l worldl ook so (lark at times. Drm.
right. lKilg' New Life iPlis go straight to
the ot of the dhiflt~~y by waking up
thle act ion of tihe liver andi incr'ea sing
thi bile Dr. KIng's new LIife iIlls
J. D. EXTON SON ' use thme bowels to net more freely
a inl div 'e away those "moody da'ys."
LAUR~ENS, S. C. 25e ai bottle.
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