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Fromi the Youngest Contestant and
It has been several weeks since 1
'wrote the Advertiser srbscribers a
letter, but I huave not been idle by any
engills. 'Mother contit 1es to Work hard
for tihe autonmobile, atild she mnakes a
report to us at hone about t wice a
'week. She has begunt a an 1 paligil of
mlaking somne ettial olitt 110hd-qlill
ters anid work out froin t here each day
retur ning for tihe nlight. Therefore.
this 1ccounit1s for ler reiport h1otne1 oily
about twice a week. When she reports
though, it is worth reading.
Occasionally she is noiifled by a
subscriber that he hadt a letter front
so and so askiitg for his subscrliptiont,
and she lnumediately ntotifles littI that
she could easily have done the saiel
thing. but she knew fromn experiene
that letters by mail did iot assist
much in such t citest as we are hav
ing. and too, she thought inasninch as
the s1bscribers Itad o personal pre
ference they should give their sub
scriptions to the coitest anUt who vaIt
.ued his subserlption eloughl to ctle
in person1 and ask for it. And wlat
do you reckon liappens --she gets his
su bscriptiol. The subs'criber rigitful
ly feels tihat he has met the sitkuation
onl a fair Isis.
Now, in oder It jtireth sllbscrib
\u 'l s'ip Itn flr ti t I 'wa t to
lit c I , 1 1 4,1 lilt t :1 1 1I l 1 .
s it ;.- t I -, Iev
,I li t Ii I k
too1 inktlha net to .s l tn
p i.3,' t ott't Will a t hit tt .e n
Sonme stlltscrij." Ila 1 k Moter
to h ity a t t11\ IIa !ttte . al .
ot . i ato the u t nt Ow o t 1)
titlli. r 1 so t I mt St c I Sitill
bohnlev) d aiio nlk 4 we lbol have
ab-d, as tltrs liog heiliig i ol zte1itgs '.'10
i oth, i r y i:S tt)hae t fai le.
sit1 (1ndly )lt tiliti:- to hte tite cns if
piossile), w. "'ut yo: kIlidl * ' st-Itd your.
\looredl as sho isAnxioutow share
mid (111(ot twi)to ptitce yor. Vote to
Illy cre bit:? if yo h vo tis kil(Iy loti
fy ha1e Iy piostct as I wish to
I-nd sh' ltisu ohow to1dy ate wil -
not uitti, ll i ait t a .; e i v n oif tIhe joys
of tile Yoree o 1itestait s wito ill not
boy~ )13 ofther Int tak me about wit
By tl v1'-.\lother grails to se you it which
she idoites o ntet, todbifhe case ifu
porsasi leti won you keioituy sendr yuk
wedirt oltim tg lesysu ot t0o
y Wit kinoudo rtis.nl oi
fy e y psill Iad aok is Mooihto
Donet neaun oiut. howt manyc areoil
ling nd, anxiugto asis (in11 tho joys(
othe lthreet' contti )iats whotwillo
sae ithisat cotttest ndi'h. sk o
fo aboritionr gieit to h? n Aqiek
With isue k:instdeatir 1113
Don'e t wea ou it. y oshe sules
Ilo abou ~ .t 4 ty r liv st3 h Are
they isuiiroed a ant dath writ i any
cause? 33 3dlC rai. .\to o eley 'tinsutre
*ie (c'L PIT i S
wit lhi l'int 11 e1 . Mi. i' r s.e e . 03. aii i
sodo Laurens' isl visi'ttin ofe(ros mothe,
ars. aZenor elme, who has be
she ise Cmprvn lit yhs wri(1tin1g.0Ma
A)lns. of. .Lu Duncan~ -istonfied .to
AMr. an i('l t Itttrry o lla tn ' of iSpar
camelo do'wn Sundal'I~y to bt withl homeI
Mr'. Frank ' I111:3 Worma oft Ctross wil1
Allsses Coral N lays ad Anie\'a
AT YORK COUR/T HOUSE
i uterest Manifested In Trial 'at York,
.Judge lice Presides. Generally Be.
lieved that Defendants will be Tried
York, Dec. 6.-With all plans coin
*lete and court ofllcials In readiness,
ie greatest interest Is manifested to
!ight all over York county In the trial
f the cases resulting from the Winns
Ioro tragedy. Court will convene here
tmorrow rporning at 10 o'clock, with
Judge ilayne F. Rice presiding, and
the first case called will be that of
i'rnest Isenhower, Jesse Morrison and
.iim Rawls, charged with the murder
of Sheriff A. D. Hood of Faireld
county, his deputy sheriff, Raleigh
Boulware, and Jules Smith, a negro in
the custody of the law at the time of
This is expected to be one of the
most sensational cases ever heard in
South Carolina. It is remembered that
the sheriff and his deputies were
about to carry their negro prisoner up
the steps of the Fairlield county cqurt
house, where court of general ses
sions was sitting, when the shooting
Albert E. 11111 of S artanburg, solic
itor of the seventh judicial circuit,
arrived in York tonight to assist So
licitor lIen ry of tiis circuit in the
proseelt ion. and Thomas F. \IcDow
of the York har has also beeni re
aindiuki for theI prosecltioll. C. 1'.
I i.leseof Columbtiltia. Wilson llanahan
of Winnsboro, A. I.. Gaston of Clies
tir and .lh t. Ilart of the York
har wi apipar fto the various de
f i lalits.
n Isen!iomrc i., tuiderii three
scia:-ate Judlitm n s for .muiller,.
clar_4i.1 vith killila Hlood. loulwarle1
aindilte ego while .\lorris onl anld1
laid ., are 1:4t1.ir lial i Olments llarg
in limn:h i with shooling4 Sheriff Ilol(0
0:01Sinththe n go
i; is gettelally la-lijcvd hilr that
ih t u mlrusv~i1 b treliseparate
y.athuhno annloluner ll(Inen has
1- n mil, t o thai tfe t.
1 iS Said that as tllickly as all
s s inl Ihw court,- !mulse are1 iled
. l ic iiitt': iantn tds ig the sherilT
to locki all doomrs andi periitno onle
to enter or leave tile bihiing. This
pdrecalluion is tknto prevenit anly
ipossilbility of a repetition of the Fair
I!#.d collntly happenling'.
NI Il0'IS 1 . h 'IS SE.A'T
Si mirn In its Newest South Carolina
Washillngt on, Dec. 6. -.Congressmaln
Sin .1. N ilolls of the Fourth South
(arolina district was sworn in as the
I'almtatto Stat's newest member to
Mr. Nicholls begins his congres
stonlal duiies withI important work ontt
thle niilitary affairs conmnittee, whichi
for Some titue will be in the pllblic
Outr lats and Caps cover tile Iwo
ille-'s heads of this IPiedmont section
like thle dew covers Dilxie. .l. (. turns
Nowv is the time of fites. Are your
house antd bar tin u tred? See C'arlos
it .\oseley, lauren;:, S. C'.
At the recent meeting of the Na
tiontal Guard otf the t'nited States one
of1 thle mtetmbleris pieopn'red at tpoem en
itlted ''Soon", wvhh is a crt'ticism of
S ere tar o3 (f W\ar Garr 'tisotn's plan for'
lie (ont tiental armity. IThe ptoem was
set to mullsic and sutng to thIt tune of
the otld song ''! atiny Decevet", by the
"Whlat arle the tomit-tomts bratinog for?
sai .\ Iistet Warrtisoin.
''Oioir factory wot'ks without11 a stoE!"
':aid Thet P at- Iitiotih-One.
"Your bioss'll gladly close upi shtoie,"
said1 .\ isteri Warison).
For2 we'r golilt' to ' an armfy, it's
all fixed upj they .miy,
'The' cont inentail atimy wvill lie foimed
tFour I tttndr'ed iThousands 'wvaitln', if
you2'11 bel ieve the tbtnk,
Fotr we'rte goitn' to' av an armny-in the
"'Wher'e y'o'i goitn' to qttatrter them?''
sa1( idl Te Pat -Iliotic One.
'"The armtoies of the National Gu tard,"'
saId .\listert Warison.
"Where willI you keelp thbel' uiti
torms?" said TIhe P'at-Jitiot Ic-One.
"T'lhey'll m ost ly aliways have them on."
alhl but fixed( til no0w;
Two) moths11 of ('very3 summer,~i' andl
The( miilishi' will fiunisht thtem thelt'
men,11 motst all the wrkl thtey'll don
.\tal we'''re roIn' to 'v oin armyt3--in the
"W'hoie wil ion tearh Ibim mo tks
1---The Maxwell. ThE
car---at a popular
2---The Busiest Spot in
salesroom of the A
3---J. W. McKee-- Knc
of the slogan
According to th(
on payment of a spe
Many good LF
owning. There's n<
The Maxwell is
opet ate, the up-keel
muanship'?" said The Pat-Riotle
"'he States have ranges, all equip
ped," said Mister Warrison.
"But who will do the teachin'?" said
The Pat-Itiotic One.
"The National G(uards for Just such
work," said Mr. Warrison.
For we're goin' to 'av an army, and
greptest ever known;
The boss will pay your wages, when
you're away from home.
It won't take long to mobolize, if
there's dhanger of a clash,
For we'r'e goin' to 'av an army-In the
"How will you get the ofi's?" said
"'The Army will attend to that," saidl
"Will the Guai'dsmecn ever get their
pay ?" said The Pat-Riotie-One.
"in ab~out a thousand years-they
may," said Mister Warrison.
lFor we're goin' to 'av' an army, andl
it won't cost us a cent;
All you (10 Is leave the factory, an'
your bioss'll pay your rent.
1Every RiegulIarm second lieutenant will
be a colonel, when
We have that brandl niew army, in the
D~on't spiendl a r'ed cent unt il you gel
to lied I ron lbacket stores.'s w h''re t hey
sell samte goodis for' less mioniey.
Scores of lau trens R'iilners are Ler n
lng the Imuty of the h id neys.
To filter the blood( is thle kidneys'
W\hen thlef~ fail to (10 Lihis thle k id
neys are weak.
Ilaikachie and othler' kidney ills may
llel p thle kidney do35 1 thieirI work.
Use l)oan's idnelhy Pills-thie test
edh kidney remedy,
Laurlenis people endo1'se their' '( worthI.
Mr's. 1. Tempjleton, 2I5 Oak St., L~au
renis, gave t he follo'wing account of
hier' experience in Mi reh I19it. She
sid:o "M.y kidneys act .d too freely and(
the secretions were ia natura l. I w~as
hiardl~y able to get ail)mnd~ On nccount
of the pains In my p ik, My limbs
were swoll'en and sqf were miy hiandis
andl feet. WVhen I was advised to use
D~oan's Kidney P'ills, 1 d1id and all the
allments heft me. My kidneys got
OVECR TliiR~i'. YECARS LA''llt, Mr's.
Temiipleton said: "'I have evermy bit. as
muhel faith in Doan's Kidney i''lis to
day as when I prev'iously recommtiendl
ed them, Wailceeer I have not iced i
siliht return m of kidney trmooules, duie
to coldl, hDoan's Kidney Pills have giv.-4
ein me pr'~omlit retlief."'
P'ri(e flue at alt l dalers. D on't
simuply ask for' a kidney remedy *-get
ibuuti~n t lhi(n .' t'ilths- liim' floui t lI
world's most popular
Laurens. The Laurens
wn to all as the author
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