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S. PPOSE YOU GOT SICK, W0ULD
IT BE GRATIFYING TO HAVE MONEY
IN THE BANK. YOUR MONEY IS
YOUR BEST FRIEND- TAKE CARE OF
IT. SOME DAY IT WILL TAKE CARE OF
YOU. OUR BANK IS A SAFE PLACE
Why do ships carry life boats? To be on the
SAEE SIDE should anything happen. Things do
happen---sudden unlooked for things. Think of it,
death, sickness or calamity! That's when you NEED
a bank to go to and draw some of the money you
should be putting there now, where it is safe for OLD
AGE or ADVERSITY.
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.
Enterprise National Bank-6f Laurens
N. B. DIAL, Pres. G. H. ROPER, Cashier
A SPRING BLOSSOMING
The eye is relieved from the sombre
shades of winter wear at the appearance
of the brighter and more variegated tints
for spring. The goods just opened have
been personally selected in the northern
markets and embrace the latest effects for
the season. Many choice designs are dis
played in colored fabrics and the plain and
frncy weaves in all white show nice tex
One of the most difficult lines to se
cure this season is Hosiery of foreign make,
forfunately we succeeded in getting our
old standard stock, numbers that have been
so satisfactory in former seasons. And
this can also be said of Table Linen.
A complete line of Notions including
the latest ideas in Neckwear.
Owing to the high cost "f materials, the man
ufactu. ers have notified the jobbers to advance
prices, and the customer at the retail counter will
make a wise move to buy early, or later pay the
We solicit an inspection of the new goods
opened here, Respectfully,
W. G. WILSON & CO.J
WE A RE NO W SHO WING
CLAD EASTER JEWELRY
SURPRISE YOUR WIFE WITH A BE AUTIFUL PRESENT
FOR GLAD EASTER. COME IN AND SEE THE EXQUISITE
DESIGNS WE HA VE APPROPRIA TE FOR THIS TIME AND
YOU WILL HA VE NO TROUBLE FINDING A SUITABLE GIFT.
NO THING GLADDiRNS THE HEART SO MUCH AS BEA UTIFUL
GIFT WHIEN THEY COME FROM OUR STORE THEY HAVE
"QUALITY" AND WILL REMAIN GOOD AND BE CHERiSHED
A LONG TIME.
THE RRELIABL JEWELERSvoc
Written by Dr. A. T. Jamison
Superintendent of Connie Maxwell'Crphanago Upon his
It is fifty years ago today since my Their greetings and love are worth
mother looked into the eyes of her more thanks than could be bought
first-born and said he was "a goodly \vith dollars and cents. As I move in
child" and destined to be a preacher. and out among them I love them
more and am happy to be assured
How does it feel to be fifty? It sure- that they love me.
ly brings no special physical sensa- I testify that my half century has
tion. The trouble is with the calen- not been spent in idleness. If it shall
dar that stubbornly states the fact. ever come to pass that my history
I-low is my faith at fifty? Strong- shall be written, I am sure of one
or, thank God, than at tweny, or at thing: it shall not be put down in
thirty, or at forty. Religion is a rich- the record that I was a drone. I do
or and a fuller thing than it was in not claim always to have worked
days agone. Many vagaries of earli- wisely, but I have worked. Eixteen
or years have been outgrown, but my of the best years of my vigorous man
faith in the simple Gospel is firm. hood have been given to the orphan
Have read much in lines that soei age. They seem rapidly to pass as I
would say were orthodox, but at fifty walk and work hand in hatnd with her
I can stand squarely for and by the whose gracious qualities of mind and
eternal verities. God's word is much heart tempt me always t., speak of
sweeter tktan it was in the days of her in the superlative.
elementary things. I am a happier A fly I Ftand for a moment to try
hi.ith El' B~ilL G.\3E AT 3101.UN'VILIE
Christian than I was in earlier man- to look into the years that are before.
hood. Life is very much more signi- I am not specially anxious about them,
ficant. God is so much more a real and It is all blank, of course. The
friends. day is coming whet I shall be laid up
How about my wealth at fifty? My on the shelf, my work having been ac
wealth is in my friendships. The complished. I am not so affected as
people whose love I bear and who to deny that I hope that. (ay may be
have faith in me constitute my treas- long deferred. However, down the
ure, Money wealth? I have it not. future somewhere I Imagine I see the
Men with no greater business ability choice of my successor being do
than I believe I myself possess have tormined upon. I predict that the
grown rich in Greenwood during the trustees will search the country for a
last sixteen years. But I could not trained child phsycliologist, a man of
serve two masters, and therefore elaborate education and specialized
have had no time to think about training, lie will be no self-made, Al
making money for myself. Albeit, a round man, but an expert. The newer
decent life insurance has been kept day will detand tte best fot our large
u1). and constantly growinig orphan fami
ilow about my health at. fifty? It ly. At fifty I count it a joy to feel
is perfect. I have not a physical all- that I ar telping to lay the founda
ment. Eight hours' sleep, rising at tin for the siperstructure that tis
five-thirty, copious water drinking coming, strong man shall build. It is
daily physical culture exercises fol- a high satisfaction to feel ttat I am
lowed by cold bath, and a religious a David, gathering the material for
leaving of to-morrow's troubles un- tht use of tte ot-coming Solomon.
til tomorrow, give health of body. Al Personal is all this? Certainly. It
sound constitution inherited from !ttuist be so if i 11tt to tell how it feels
my honest country parents it at fifty to be fifty. Egotistical? Perhaps. My
unimpaired. oo i , t t y '
.\lany as have beeni my mtistakes, I finswl i tttsc nstl
testify at fifty that my motives have msae reig ote vr
been godly. I have many regrets, ofon;adIexttthm
course. and1( look back uplon mtany3 acts 'Gov0( itgwt e
of folly that I should lbe glad to (115- 'ltebs yvtol.
cilaimtl; butt they arte ite and~ none Tl ls fI ~eft iiittl is
othter's. Alas! in (God's forgiveness ~ u ae'
I trejoice, attd tty heart is happ11y. j
I cotnfess sontetitmes to have beetn 1101It eertlt fhsf~l
templtedi to tegiet that i could not rltayI).lmin'asoaest
fo ii I tl ambi l~i o Ielti asehl-to look into he wysers tat ery beoye
I'mntseilyaniu bu hm
an tisalblnofcuse h
any ~i'aeht' butat ift amfre aden that~rs in he following note
of he a egetfo I eaizetht futu oneher e Orag ne a e, h
I had bee morehofcestudent scouldssMrchin de-910
Conie axeliOrltaag' lts Unter is ur irhday, that tine
home nd scool i y jy and sigees wih earc he jountr forpinea
t~on.od gve e tw chldre ofand lesigd W vhachlogist highlyo
my ow. One nowa maried elaboreatewr outvion n and caed
manlivs nar e. Tle f er asroing; an felat yxprt hae sucee
goneto eave tolive Bt thse dbayusl ofan your eforeny dotre
llunlred ofciiren boit mesee sevcostanlyrusoing orephany amv
aimot tobe own Theyare eryliy. And ily Is on ci yoyto lee,
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to te Ophaagein100 ith re-trihnoityhe n sprtutue Chrit-tie
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the13a)tits f te Sateeve set b iven yousfcton to hfeil reneweda
me here to fatherDavdgthesery n teghadueintes n mayia the
girls her briht fces otshi e se nd rihescoing olomon.a
anthng ele ha sins t all loays att hat yomeomeroa
The Ford Motor Company is one of
the largest consumers of steel in the
world---200,000 tons this year. The
great volune of productioh---over
500,000 cars---and the efficient Ford
manu facturing organization, brings
production and selling costs down to
a minimum. That's why Ford buy
ers get more car for less money.
Runabout $390; Touing Car $440;
Coupelet .590; Town Car $640;
Sedan $740. All prices f. o. b. De
troit. On e C any
W. C. Wa dr , Mgr.
Phone 334 Laurens, S. C.
THE LAURENS DRUG Co.
Special Offer for April
We want your trade and are going to
offer you a special iebate of 5 per
cent on Coipon Bo s, for the cash,
during the mont April. Don't fail
to come to see u r phone 183, when
you want anythi good to eat. Fresh
vegetables from Florida every day.
J. C. SHELL & CO.
MIIaternity.I The Sato u- na
County) of Laurens.
W COUR~tT OF COMMON PIjEAS.
ord of W ords Hon- uiling oan Aociation, of
aIurens, S. C., Plaintilf.
It is written into life's expeciations flhat against
motherhood is the on sublim ccom. Judge StoddardI, . Itoler Individ
iall y and as surviving partner or
plishment. And If the firn o' Nicolls & Roper, and
matter how atinple, the said II. IL. Itoper and A. I'. Nich
Smhowpparent triviat 018 as administrators of the estate
it may seem, It can of It. W. Nichols, deceased, Mrs.
lid, help, assi t or in IEthel Nichofs, E~ugenia Nichols, Le
nny way co fort ti onora Nichols, Inez Nichols, Walter
expectant o uerI Nichols, Marguerite Nichols. Cor
a bl es Itd Nihos Cor
isareme r called nella Nicholls and Robert Vistar
"Mother' r 1i ond," Nicholsr Defendants.
stou ap u oer the To the Defenda ts above named :
etomacs 11 leg. It isi ~ hr i
gently ru d on the You are here y summoned and re
Rurfacc, an:1 makes quired t answ the complaint in this
the muscles plinnt; action f whi h a copy is herewith.
thi relieves the strain on ligaments, natural served pon y u, and to serve a copy
upon the nerves. And as the time a:. of your nsw r to said Complaint on
proaches, the mind has one through a pe. the subs rib rs at their office, Enter
tod of repose, of gentloe enectanary, a:l prise Nat o I Dank Building, at Lau
this has an unquestionsd influence upon ile rens, So t Carolina, within twenty
future child. That tills Is true is evitlen fli days a 0tesriehroOCu
Iy tho fact that three generations pf mot days afte the service hereof, exclu
1.ave used and recon.mendeil "NMothe's sive of the day of such service; and
Friend." Ask your nearest druggist for a if you fail to answer the complaint
bottle of tis splendid remedy. Ine wi1l get within the time aforesaid, the Plain
It for you. And then write to Ilrail'eu lt;; tiff In this action wili apply to the
ulater Co., 407 Lamar BIdg., Alunta, Or,'
for a most interesting book of infor,atIc, Court for relief demanded in the Com
to prosnectivo mothers. It i. n-eIe .-- plaint.
rite t"".l'v. ' t ii i I-", Dated Feb. 21st, 1916.
DIAL. & TODD,
C. b. Featherstone W. D. Knight Plaintiff's Attorneys.
To the Defendant, Judge Stoddard,
FEAI'THERSTONE & HNIGHiT whose place of residence and ad
Attorneys at Law dress is unknown:
You will ploace take notice that the
Laurens, S. C. Complaint in this action, together with
iI iBusin es Intrusted to Our 0 r the Summons, of which the above is a
Will Hlave Prompt and Caref Atten. copy, was filed in the ofce of the
i a ont iClerk of Court of Common Pleas for
Laurens County, State of Sduth Caro.
Office over Palmetto Bank lina. on the 10th day of March, 1916.
Mr. Featherstone will, spend Wednes DIAL & TODD,
day. of each week in Laurens.) ' Plaintiff's Attorneysy