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"Well, I Should Say '
'Get-It' DOES Work"
"Look a' There, If You Don't Think
It's Just Wonderful for Corns "
"Bless my stars, look at it! Land of
the livin'! Why, just look at it! That
corn came right off,-just like peel
ing bananas. Put your finger on my
too, right there,-don't be afraid,
that's it,--feel how smooth the skin
is? Well, that's where .the corn was.
'bid You Ever Sece Like? N..
Wonder 'Oet.It' In the Iliggent
Selling Corn COre in theWorldP"
Well, that beats all!" That's the way
"Gets-It"' works oii all corns, every
corn, every time. It's the now, simple
way of curing corns. You'll say good
bye to all foolish contraptions 1 ke
bundling bandages, sticky tape, as
ters, toe-eating salves, and rave
diggers such as knives, ra's and
scissors. "Gets-It" stops pain. Applied
in 2 seconds. Never fails. Nothing to
stick to, hurt or press on the corn.
"Gets-It" is sold everywhere, 25c a
bottle, or sent direct by E. Lawrence
& Co., Chicago. Ill.
Simpson, Cooper& Babb
Attorneys at Law.
W11 Practice In all State Courts
lmPt Attention Given All Business
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls answered any hours, day or night.
LAURENS, S. C.
H. S. BLACK WELL
Attorney at Law
Prompt attention given to all business
Money to loan on Real Estate
Office 'nione 350 Residence Phcne 95
Ollie F'.amons Building
" -HEULI. .L.L1AI3L.E"
EM EDY FOR MEN.
AT YOUR DRUGGIST.
A. G. HART
Rooms 205-207 Masonic Temple
Postofflce Box 685
Greenville, S. C.
Prompt attention given all busipess.
Practice in all COURTS.
C. t-. Featherstone Wi. II. Knight
FEATHIERSTO(N E & KiNiIHT
Attorneys at Law,
Laurcns. S. C.
All Huin~i ss intruisted to Our Cart
Wlill te Priomptjt und Carefuli Atten
Ofilee over P'ailmetto Banik
(Mr*. Feathecrstone will specnd Wodmnes
day of each week ini Laurens.)
('ONFElFE RATE VETlERIA N SPECIAL1
Tfo Birminghuam May 15th for Veterans
and Friends from Laurenis County.
Special Service Giving Day Light
At a meeting of Camp Garlington
No. 501, which was held in the Court
House April 4th, the Seaboard Air
Line RaIlway was declared -the ofmical
route for Laurens and adjoining
The Seaboard will place a special
coach at Laurens to leave there at
8:30, morning of May 15th, and will
be attached to Special train leaving
(Greenwood at 9:45 A. M., arriving at
Birmingham at 7 P. M. This will give
them time to locate their quarters in
Birmingham before night. The speical'
wIll be known as Wallers Special,
named in honor of [Ion. C. A. C. Wal
ler of Greenwood. S. C.
The fare from Laurens will be $7.25
for the round trip bearing a final limit
returning until the 25th. Stop overs
aire allowed at all points where trains
are scheduled to stop going or return
Judgeo 0. 0. Thompson or Mr. Mock
can give additional information upon
request relative to rates, schedules.
e. Young and old aro invited, as
the rates aples to all.
B. R. TODD
Enugineeriug and Contracting
rand Serveys a Spehtlty
tnerete Werk Skijifully done or Ia
Prawings and estimates of all Eiud
Talanhona N.. 346
Chinese Journalist and Statesman |
To Speak Here Chautauqua Week i
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NG POON CH EW.
NO rOOHs Cmew-, former consul or the Chinese government ni San n.r
clsco and editor of the first Chinese newspiaper in this country, is to slwnk
here on the third afternoon of Chautatiqual week. 110 Is etninently qluallDotd
to lecture on the new Chinnt and her relation to the western World. As at joun.
nlalist and a stateanat Ir. Chew has done mucht to etnent frienidly reintion<4
between this countr~y and the grealt Mlgolian Emtpire. IHe 1s very munch
American in his ptoint of viw arnd most enthusiatstle 3nt,'11t our country.
IDr. Chew is known to the platform world ns the "Chinese Tlr Iwain."
Itis Wit is aposinteous and Conlta-lous. but in atlition mutil valuatble informa-t
tion is scattered throughou~t his delightful address.
CHERO-COLA is sold
only in the original bottle, a1
/ 1 sterilized, sealed and labeled
at the plant.
Each bottle is filled by
machinery--the syrup and
carbonated water are accu
rately measured by machin
p, .. ery, therefore you get the
same uniform pleasing fla
vor in every bottle, which
is absolutely impos
Everyhod sible with the
klOWS it fountain method.
A QYou can get your CHERO
COLA,"In a Bottle--Through
a Straw" at Soda Fountains -
and other Refreshment
it by its name.
Prima Mine. Julia Claussen
PiaDonna Contralto of the Chicago Grand Opera Company
Concert Meister Chicago Grand Opera Company
Director of French Operas, Caicago Grand Opera Company
The Bird Masque
Ernest Harold Baynes, the Naturalist, In the Role of 'Shy ;" Six
Players, Beautiful Scenery, New and Novel Lighting EffectsI
The White ilussars
A Band and Choir of Eighteen, Led by Alfred Sweet
The Parish Players
In Three One Act Plays Filled With Human Initerest I
The Killarney Girls and Rita Rich
In Special Costumes, Presenting the Music and Legends of the
The Weatherwax Brothers
One of America's Best Known Male Quartets
The Schumann Quintet
Carrying a Real Pipe Organ and Presenting Musical Classics to
the Delight of a Popular Audience
(ireat Lectures on Vital Subjects Interpretation of Modern Plays I
Playground Workers and Story Tellers For the Children
CHAUTAUQUA WEEK IN LAURENS,
APRIL 28TH TO MAY 5TH
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* W.'I''S .MI1,, NEI:W. *
(Crowded Out Last Week)
Watts \1111, April 3.--Last Thursday
evening about eight-thirty Miss Clara
Grillin of this place and Mr. C. II.
thlee of Greenwood were happily mar
ried at the home of the bride, Rev. :1.
A. IBrock officiating. MPiss Griffin is a
very charming daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Gri n. They have a host
of friends at this place who wish them
much success and a lot and happy
life. The young couple ia ve left for
Greenwood where they will make
their futrue home.
Quite a number of new houses are
being erected at this writing. They
wii be completed at a very early (late.
A crowd of singers from this place
went to Uiramletts church Sunday to
attend an all (lay singing. They re
port a very nice time.
Itev. M. II. Lewis attended his regu
lar appointment yesterday morning.
Ills sermon was enjoyed by all. Rev.
.1. A. IBrock attended his regular ap
pointment last night. Ills text was
Nri. R. M. Mills has recently pur
chased a Ford automobile. Also
Messrs J. P. and Y. A. Gossett have
purchased a new automobile.
Mr. M. C. Davis and son, D. ID.
Davis of Greenville, visited 'M1r. and
Mrs. W E. Burns Saturday and Sun
Mrs. Alice Frady visited relatives at
the old mill Sunday.
Rev. W. D. Hammett visited at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. J. M.
Moore, last week.
* Mountvllle School Honor Roll. *
The following pupils of the Mount
ville school were on the Honor Roll
for the month of March:
Tenth Grade: Lawrence Jones, Wal
Ninth Grade: Clay Crisp, Joe Miller,
Willie Madden, Gordon Nelson, John
Seventh Grade: Rutledge Fuller,
Clough Farrar, Nello Long, Lucilo
Sixth Grade: Marie Bryson, Frances
Fifth Grade: Lorena Crisp, Patrick
Cannon, Catherine Teakuo, Winfield
Fourth Grade: Frances Bryson, Tom
Grimn, Both Long.
Third Grade: Judith Farrar, Carl
Crisp, Jessie Motes.
Second Grade: Lewis Rasor, Georgo
Chase, Franeos Teague.
First Grade: Larry Mathews, Kaffa
Fuller, Violet Crisp, Preston Motes.
TEN MINUTES SPENT READING THE
MAY MEAN TEN DOLLARS SA'ED.
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* I'NION 311,i(4NG,
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The I'nion of the Fourth iI)vision of
Laurens lBaptist. Association wilI meet
with AIt. Pleasant church, Saturday,
April 29, 1916).
11:00-Ser mon by Rev. E. .M. Light
foot, or Dr. .1. O. Miartin.
12:00-Organization. Annual election
12:10-The spiritual condielons and
needs in our union. .Jon A.
Smith, R. S. Griffin.
(1) "Go ye therefore and teach all
nations," includes whom and
what? J. II. Wharton, .1. Guy Mar
tin, lohn '. Robertson.
(2) 'I'h value of public confession by
haptism in the name of the Trinity.
W\ho should make such confession
and when? i)r. .1. 0. .lartin, S.
II. G;oggans, J1. C. Milller,
) "eah ing them to observe all
things," includes what and upon
whom is the responsibility? I". M.
Lightfoot, W. '. WharLon, J. W.
(I) The full meaning of "Lo, I am
with you always," )r. J. O. Mar
tin, .1. ll. Wharton.
Sunday Morning, April 30.
10:30-Sunday School Conference, led
by the moderator. Work of ofileers
(1) Securing interest and attend
ance. John T. Robertson, .1. I.
(2) Preparing the lesson. 11. Y. Cul
bertson, S. H1. Goggans.
(3) Prayer and method in teaching
the Word. J. H1. Motes, W. P. Cul
i:00--Missionary sermon by Rev. J.
W. P. Culbertson, Sec.
Watch Child's Cough.
Colds, running of nosefl continued
irritation of the mucous membrane if
neglected may mean catarrh later.
Don't take the chances-do something
for your child! Children will not take
every medicine, but they will take
Dr. King's New Discovery and without
bribing or teasing. Its a sweet pleas
ant Tar Syrup tnd so effective. Just
laxative enough jto eliminate the wadte
poisons. Alm t the first (lose helps.
Always prepa d, no mixing or fuss
ing. Just ask your drugigst for Dr.
King's New Discovery. It wil safe
guard your child against serious ail
ments resulting from colds.
Why Constipation Injures.
The bowels are the natural sewor
age system of the body. When they
become obstru t d by constipation a
part of the poi ous matter which
they should cart off is absorbed into
the system, making you feel dull and
stupid, and interfering with the diges
tion and assimilation of food. Tlhis
condition is quickly relieved by Cham
borlan's Tablets, Obtainable every