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'Why Swear, Dear?
It's the New ian.. Siinple. Sure as
Fate. Applied i a Few Seconds.
"Why. John, I never knew you to
use such language! I've told you sev
eral tilnes it's no use to tiy those
bandages, salves, tapes, plasters, and
"You W outi, n't I You r T'einiper. John
It You 1nt et.vl'-1t" for Those C.'o rns
ill " .' - n . . r .
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10 . :nives raz
to - -It' and
no .. en u;ses ."
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edy known as "Noth
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erts a wonderful intht
ene upon the expantl_
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stretch without undue
pain. make the perlo-i
one of pleasant antic.
ipatlon instead of ap
rhension. In a series of splendid letter:
tom all over the country mothers tell of the
at help "Mothier's Friend" was to them.
en grandmothers tell the wonderful story
1 their own daughters about to e-:ter th;
hte of motherhood. Cet a bott:c o:' "Mot!..
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he this splendid help with your oawn hari
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the disagreeabl,' btrath, 1i was cautsed
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Attorneys at Law
Laurens,. S. C.
HAI 'Buin 4s Iintrusitedt to (Our Cart
Wit Hlate l'romipt anud ( arcini A tten
Mr. Featheratoneo wi! spen~d Wednes.
day of r'nch week( ini LaurensII. )
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S: 11I)IES OUT
Daniels Approves Iecommendation of
of Naval Academy Board.
Washington. Feb. 11.-Secretary
Daniels today approved the recommen
dations of the academic board at the
Naval Academy dismissing S2 midship
men for failure in their studies.
Their names may be made public
later. Three are of the first class, 19
of the second. 20 of the third and 40 of
the fourth class. Secrotary Daniels
said that although the navy needed
more oflicers, only those who could
meet the high standards and quality
by examination could be retained.
"To meet this need." he said, "the
t rd congrsCs ipon the recomlmen(la
'ion f the Navy Department, continu
t~i the law which had expired by lini
':1' :eviding for the appointment
isip maen by each member of
andi the 11ith1 Congress. as
t nr1t1 iIn large r pr e pari'edness,
:l the bill giving three a:'
1 rts to. each Senator and tiet..
n :'a ixe. 'l'hi- tiakes possible an
.'ase of :'.1 .i(Shilpmi11 n, fo. the
T; SteICetary oxpre ltt'Csse( re1ret that
' '2 students had been found "ut
ir:actory in such a degree as does
not iu :tify the hope of their gradua
tion and training as olicers in t he
\\e want more oflicers but not at
the expense of the high standard long
maintained." he said.
"The need of officers for the naval
service." he added. "will not be met b%
lowering the standard for graduation.'
S('MIDI' MU'ST DIE
IN ELE('ll(' ('hllIIi
Giovernor refuses to Interfere in ('st
of 1-'ormer l' riest. ('oni feted of 111r.
.\lbart y. N. 1'., Fe(b. 11.-- -l1ians Schmi
'lu- foirmer priest conivietail ofl th1e unir"
der1. of .\nna .\utmuil'-i in N.: York it
19 3 ilbe pult to) dea ;thl inl th l ch(
wA h 1k of February !:. Gov. \\h it mit
tonight declined to interfere with liil
The court of appeals ailirmitet
Schmidt.': conviction but called th
govertnor's at tent ion to the clail;
made by the man'i attorney that \lis:
Aumeller died from the effects of (
criminal operation and therefor(
Schmidt could only be tried on t
charge of manslacghter. The govern
or granted Schmidt a respite of 31
Gov. Whitman tonight said lie hat
reviewed the medical testimony a
Schmidt's trial and also had had tw<
persons examine portions of Mis
Aumuller's body which had been pre
served at Cornell Medical college
IBoth reported that Schmidt's victiln
had not, in their opinion, died fron
the effects of a criminal operation.
Barksdale, Feb. 7.-One month of th,
new year has gone and not very muel
work done toward nlaking a (iro.
.\lts. M\arty Itol t has becen spend~ling
few (lays w ithI her r'elativyes in t hi
Icotlnmiunity and we werte all certaini:
glatd t) have her with us.
Mtrs. J1. 11. Smith of Oinlgs has beet
Ispending last week with her liarents
.\r. and .hrs. W. Ii. IHaidwini.
Al iss Ani a. ald(w in was the gues
(of .\l iss Annllie Itishtop last Sutnday
.r.andl .\l rs. J1. Y. Illnderson~ (If thli:
place were thle guests of thiir dla'ghi
ter, M\rs. Janie H endlerson, of Owings
Sa lturday,. Jatnutary 29thI.
.\i r. an .\(1lrs. W. 1I. I tenderson 0
Shi ilh sect Ion visit ed his parten ts nea;
ittarksd ale Fr'iday, J1annarmy 28thb.
.\rs. J. Y. I lenderson visit(ed .\rs
J1. t. .\1il On Februtary ::rd.
.\Itr. antI .lrs. lt. 1E. .\ltn oft O1 winlg:
larksdale last Thursday.
Ali (Ce I Lote let it andi .\ ni lt' lac!dwit
ccf~ .\i.-se .\llIie antd .\titie Itil i ;
at ionaieis (Il binessti2 att this writin1g
.\i (it tilt .Ionog peole of this sec
I lot at tended thle miee ting of thle Y. W
A. Sun tday, at Iiligh land I ionmechu rel
and1( report a nice prtogramn. We hope
to have ttotre on thme mroll at otur nex1
mneeting which will lie on First Sunday
afternoon in Miarch at 3 o'clock.
I am glad to see this beatitiftu
we' ' er but. It Is beginnitig to loot
t(L ning again.
* Thte MERCHANTS Who ADVERTISE
* MIAVE the ftNEST STORE.s
Severe cold Qniekly ('tred.
"On D~ectmber firat I had a very se
vecre cold or att.ack of the grip en I
may be, a~nd waq n'nrly (down sick ir
hod," writes 0. .J. Mfetcalf. Weatherby
Mo. "I bought two bottles of Chamn.
borlain's Cough Remedy and it wat
only a few days until I was completo.
ly restored to health. I firmly believ<
ihaiti. Chamibe''rlai'. Cough~ Remedy ii
-lone of the very hest miedicines and wil
know what to do when I have anotho:
cold." Obtainable everywhere.
* MADDEN NEWS. *
Madden, Feb. 1.1.-I don't get the
clutter cleaned up from Christmas,
with the bells and "A merry Christ
mas" wrote on every piece of white
paper in the house till here they begin
Now the floor is covered with hearts
of various sizes and shapes, and the
little boy laboriously writes -
"Up the poplar and down the pine,
Mit you be my Valentine?"
Wasn't it Col. Wharton of the City
of Waterloo that, after a life time of
experience deducted the axiom
"If you want to keep out of trouble
talk little and write nothing at all."
Wh:; didn't I need that warning atnd
let the .\ladden news of last week
alone? I sure stirred up trouble for
a w hole lot of folks, myself included'
"lirst and foremllost" the ladies of the
ltur1al Iiniprovuement .\ssociationt are up
in arms' No ladies, I did not, with
iuaicle ( fr3th1 lolughit (1ha1n your
date for tl(e b1ox su per. I .t1 all iake
llue n il tat 1!1;1t 13't, thsupper I is to hm
-'e . :-->t h,1i a n ii' ' lo king at
the t'alenda:- while I wr 'it i. enutb
your ol, I did that before and then
iit it '.'Oh. Bersides all kindls of good
things to cat. soi by box, there is to
ie a liewalk and i t I enn .ol the
"other halt" to keep the children I'm
going down to calk walk with the
.young folks, tooo
Th'ere, again -with my pencil poised
in air--the thought flashed through noy
mind, "Sotmebody will call you to law
In that assertion old lady" ere the
words "he cnn count on one vote sure"
were written: Not only denied an in
herent right hut. not e'ven allowed to
bglutT a little bit without the bluff be
ing calb d. thereby adding insullt to
It wasn't :o 1uuh 1te fore( of th,
blNow as 1 111'urce ' ( " hi3hl' it ea1 itn,.
I:t tI lIrutus!
1.1(w 1 To:a i :11 .\ n 1 It 1 t1o111\i n n
ai r, 1)11 5 u;. 3a i .rS .\ b a1t13' n d lit -
t; -ulhn lIoil. \\ truist thetre w, ii b,
no bai k-:ut u ith either.
\I s.\lolli.' Tca3.3mt is .spen lidt
week wvith her nlephew, .\r. \\ill
'l'eague Of Il'aved'ami it.
.\Mrs. Claire Martin came down t0
the turying of her little niece. After
spetding a few lays with her parent.
and other relatives, she left for bet
home in Greenville Sunday. S'he wa:
accompanied by her little twin daugh
ters. Ruby and Ruth.
Mrs. Della Cunningham spent Friday
I night with her niece Mrs. May Madder
and Saturday she, Mrs. Madden ant
Mrs. Claire Martin were the guests of
Mrs. J. R. Finley.
Mrs. J. A. W\oftord and Miss lettil
Cunningham represented Prospect a
the Rural Improvement Associatior
held in the graded school building Sat
urday. A very helpful as well as en
joyable meeting Was held.
Ilittle Frances Teresa, the one-yeal
old baby girl of Mr. and Mrs. Franl
I Martin "as buried in the cemetery o
Newx Propect Thursday afternoon a
:13 p. tm. Otur1 hcatfelt sympa 311thy to th1i
'Oh. not in crutelty', no( t i'rahi,
1)id the ileaper ('ome1 that day,
T 'lwa s an Anogel t hat v'Isit ed the g reer
Atnd took thle flowers aw'ay."
t Many13 fri ends and( 11 rthItives, reader:
,of The Adverti1ser, wIll lie glad to hea:
that the la teSt neows frotm Mt'. and M rs
A. It. Lan tgstotn and( dear i't tie ''Sonn:
-11l3y" is that thIey are' gefttig on slplen~
( ddly and thIeirp heaIt h has been) goo<
lItowevert, we were all sorry~ to boa
hat 11er. Lar tne latngstont, It son 0
Dr. W. J. Langston of C'olitumbia, ( hbu
It ntivie of 14(trenskI was fot'ced o1
*a('coutnt of srioults ill ness to( tetur 11i'l <
3'rtoounced'3 Ils illntess ats lunlg troulek
.\l'. linutgston~ andt his young bid
and3 1 his famtily were e'xpe4cted ini ((
1n. 1''3l tbruar I12th.
1* EIDEN NEWlS,
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Ed:(en, Feb, 7.--We are havitng som
pretty weather now, the farmer
atroutnd Eden are getting busy,
Mrs. L. A. Armstron~g wh'1o has beet
ill for abotut two weeks Is improving
now and her friends wish for her
Mr. and Mrs. W. 13. Owens attende(
services at Rlabun Sunday.
On the first Sunday in March, Mr
W., A, Baldwin wvill be ordained al
Rev, Mr. Washington will begIn hi:
wot'k at Rlabun on the thtird Sunday af
Mr. i'. Ii. Reevena and F. W., Mahaffe)
were In Ixitrens on bus;incn3 Saturday
Miss Clautd Gray ft'om Gray Court
spent tho week-end with her grand
mother, Mrs. L,. RI. Brooks.
Mr. Charlie Brooks spent Sunda3
with hIS mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. Reeves spent Sun
,day withi Mr. and Mtrs. R. A, Nash a
'h\ ,Z ^a " "' . \ :? Coprrfht late h'
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T sHIS Spring Season
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