Newspaper Page Text
Subecriptlon Priee Is $1.00 Per Tee
Payable in Advanea.
4VERTISER PRINTING COMPANY
Laurens. 8. C.
&dvertislng Rates on Application.
*bituaries and Card of Thanks: One
cent a word.
Sntered at the postoflce at Laurens,
S. C, as second class mail matter.
LAURENS, S. C., APRIL 12, 1916.
We note with a certain feeling of
surprise and regret that the new city
council is disposed to conduct its de
liberations in secret. Probably, how
ever, the new members haven't yet
had time to think about the matter
and will reach some definite decision
favoring open meetings very shortly.
We believe tho people of this city
want full information on the delibera
lions of their representatives and if
full information is not to he had dis
satisfaction will result. It is well to
judge the future by the past.
In order to reduce the labor of the
club secretary and also to facilitate
the counting of the ballots at election
day it would be well to divide the
present area ombraced in the Laurens
No. I district into two or more club
districts. With such a large number
of voters to be enrolled, the work of
the secretary of this club Is made very
burdensome and he should be relieved.
It is asking too much for any one man
to enroll five hundred voters, especial
ly under ihe new rules where the task
of enrolling even a half dozen men is
not an easy out'.
ON P. M .Y l 2081+:.
Solmebiloly, we (1( ilot exactly r'
nit'nilmtr. Ipredited s:evtr; a }'.iy a:;o
that if Gov. l anning succeeded in
("h-arilla u}( ill:. itistrailee' :ni ddle" h:
would he 4\e: nh 'tIui1n ly i.-(li1t'I.
n h h t i-o y . iI halui h i lt ; ;ia li e
(h . r i' .:? : I. a 1 diit_ ii hIi -I i t h
Io a i h i: 1 whi;h 1: .. 1' h1 a.!
I(+u i 1 ."N pulleil it;'11 The g v- V
er'nor annont emi + I o::1- litt!. lIno a n
that h -i h1a, nt4 m1t- inl htill
arts w ouhi tri' t Iluul ;I . tt ion o t
it?:1:.1tion. N sIa:,e.-lionI h1a.; 1' y t to lue
ide ilt heldil wathina 11 tte itt" aln
4It.it 1 ~ ii 11+1 .; \, 01 4.' 1 40 'I .'1"ut1:111
(our) h wiyi t n an it uis; e a.
" 12 \N ii "
"'lean-i p and 1; Paini-up " \ \t' k
Sats15 tontorrow. . The a itation for
this import41n1i't w'0t1k was dtarted and
kept alive bythe llto I s' t , 5aarens lu
The lub oilt' to (at (he tip1111rt
anl co-operation of every citizen inl
the work that it is undertaken. Ev
eryonie Banl do his or h1er part in mak
ivo the city more h etaultiful and inore
healthfl. Tht admoInitiol to cleanh
up1 and paint-up" IS intenlded for ('very
,e tho c .ityil. and lie eryn."id, e ahtld
we~p mighN l vily'lbe h..in tak cani'
and pint , :as i e it y'.. s et pi'Osl~ ::or
Thn l'nlate ot om-mi.--intet anwayr
agit, di4'bi w e illtathe dirte and
thesver, howants teose ls manh
hnrais. ptlbian of gvraiyind, hrde
moed. awayios aver andind ateon
(uThei bjct ola f hion-to-runy
gampaiould ls e runin itoi toalwn er
twor toi'ecoe dasua isten wt the
all the candidate orsnatorh
we mngt weday'ri "'oet cmmiakeionr
of, hmelfor asohe'or (lost probablya
aanidateraitroad sef-intere andy
Bthe when tresurnriderthels adre 0ol
alemotdewhnts to seendiat man'
inppersaong te dwno ee any oreo
pratile 0 panofe itratieing hit (10
witres .uppon every goodsid non
dclteid a campin wit his own. &Farm
y). Dwouldwh herunnin toth er
two oret t~hre day Compastn fto some
tmenhas otaen ten oplace. ade ay
bytheul chne of Mandidat'kforlenaor
8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
8 Loeal and Personal Mention. 8
8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
Miss Lillian Cheek, of Gray Court, is
visiting relatives in the city.
Mr. Martin B. Poole of Tylersville,
spent Monday in town.
Mr. Humbert Sullivan of Tumbling
Shoals spent the day here Monday.
Dr. J. L. Donnon of Boyds Mill
spent Monday in town on business.
Mr. Carl Wharton of Waterloo spent
Monday here on business,
Mr. I. M. Smith of Kinards spent
yesterday here on business.
Mr. Thad E. Moore of the Sagetown
community spent Tuesday in town.
Mr. Marion Moore of Sagetown was
here yesterday to spend the day.
Miss Fancis Thames will leave to
day for Hendersonville to visit her
sister several days.
Miss Vell Goodman, of Harris Spring
spent the week-end with Miss Cleo
Mr. Austin Abercrombie, who is now
making his home near McCormack,
was a visitor in the city Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Beeks of Ware
Shoals were among the visitors here
for the day last Saturday.
Messrs Tom Alverson and Frank
Moore of Enoree were visitors here
for the day on Monday.
Mr. Edd R. Burgess, a merchant of
Boyd.s Mills was among the business
visitors here on Monday.
Mr. Wilson Cooper who lives on
Laurens Route 4, was' here for part
of the day Monday.
Mr. J. S. Craig was among the
Tylersville visitors here the first of
Mr. Henry Sims of Waterloo was
anong those here for the day on Mon
Mr. A. Frank 'Templeton of the
Hlolly (trove section was among those
in the city yesterday.
Mr. \\'illiai P. Shockley of i.aurens
ionte'Fourl sent the day here yes
.\yis- 1.41't .\taer-n. who s teach
i: zt lln:t !'a'h. s itt the veel-end
in the eily wi~l th er mothe(-r andi oth
('. F . .io k n \. -. ia k n
t. I. Ir ?"., ltl . I. I 1v i v.I il o a, de! -:I: .- to thm (;r~and~
i.<nIlie. K.t" ofit lt' ieeIIts in ('o
! i t i:i il .\la .
I" :mi(y Snih. of (Ch;irlestott.
aharived in thw city to be dayset
I w ho T' l,! i tbl y weiying this even
Irs. Itrvini t ('olean. of Gietn' wood,
! 's be n it s itinu .\!r s. T. .\. Shlaw , at
her country homne a few miles fromt
the city. for the past, several days.
'M rs. .ohn . ('annon, of hock Hill,
was a visitor in thei city Saturday, ha.v
ing come to look after business in1ter
.llrs. ('annoit G. Blease. of Newherry,
Spent several days last week with her
dla uht er r.lts. .. It. \\'ork man, and Ml r.
\\'oi Sloan. w% ho rent(' ly moved to the
Thle iendus andi nottiiatitances here't
of . or I l. It Ir. s r p itr (i f thett
8I. 71ntiiatal, seuathi ith hlim In
inl in ewnbie Itrk, yStday. f
Sto) t l-e ' gtit.-: j g e t' . l. .\l. l de
.niii .l 1ii. Teabo at a'nveihse inl
alinane wupon tendedtn ofy ithe
('hardstony Mrthi ons w illek.
nogton a io' t tth rauting (1eetltl ' o f o rs
l'ee. Sheas as aeede by moter
lucrativ'e position with the Seaboard at
Cli n ton and left M\onday to take uip his
(litit's. Mi'. Kinard miade htosts of
friends during his residene here and
they regret his leaving.
Dr. andl Mr's. Geo. C. Albright, Mrs.
Sallie Dunlap and Mr. and Mrs. Ross
D). Young will go down in Mir. Young's
car this evening to attend the Cope
Mrs. WV. R. Richey, .Jr., was taken
sick rather suddenly Monday after
noon and was very ill for a time. hlow
ever', site became better duriing the
'ntight and has now about r'ecoveredI.
Dr. D. R. Iloozer, of Kinards, was a
visitor in the city yesterday. WVhen
asked whether or not ite intended mak
ing the race for the liouse of Rlepre
sentatives again this year, he saidi Ito
wvould certainly be on hand when the
Messi's I. I). fIlegal, .1. C. (Gambrell
and J1. 1". Maclenrioe of the Ware Shoals
M fg. (Co., Wer'e among thle ptrominent
vIsitors in Laur'ens on Monday. They
were here on biusiness connected with
he bIg $60.000.00 oil mill Itht they'3
will establish in Ware Shoals in the
Cadet D. I Ierbei't Sullivan stoppet(d
over' Friday night andI Saturday to see
hIs hiomefolks. Tie was on hIs r'eturn
from Newberry where the Clemson
tr'aek team held a meet with the New
" " " "' " " " " " s " C* "* s " S
* SOIETY ... *
B. e~.*e* *** -* e
Mrs. A. C. Todd entertained Thurs
day evening for Miss Mary Todd, who
is to be married tonight to Mr. R. V.
Irby. The guests were met at the
door by Miss Bessie Todd, who in
vited them into the front parlor, where
a "floral wedding" guessing contest
furnished the chief entertainment of
the afternoon. Delicious ice rceam
and cake were served by the hostess.
Invitations have recently been is
rued to the forthcoming marriage of
Miss E1ille Roper, the attratcive and
accomplished daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. T. Mac Roper, to Mr. Milton G.
Strawhorn. The wedding is to take
place at the Roper residence on West
Main street April 23. Both young peo
ple are being heartily congratulated
upon the step they have taken. Mr.
Strawhorn is a prosperous young
farmer of the county and has numer
A delightful session of the Wednes
day club was held on last Wednesday
with Mrs. N. B. Dial as hostess, at her
residence on West Main street. Fresh
spring flowers gave an added touch of
daintiness to the apartments. After
the regular business routine was fin
ished, the annual election of ofilcers
was held, which resulted in the follow
ing: President, Mrs. N. B. Dial; vice
president, Mra. B. L. Parkinson; sec
retary, Mrs. L. R. Kerr; treasurer,
Mrs. .1. 1). Watts; critic, Miss Frances
Thames. 31esdames Cora Cox Lucas
and .1. 1). Watts were elected to at
tend the meeting of the State Federa
tion in Anderson. Mrs. Lucas will
'ake part in the program. DI)u ring tihe
.winI half hour, a salad course with
coffee was served by Misses Rebecca
and 1aura inily Dial. 'T'hose enjoy
in;; the 1fte'liloon were Mesdames L.
It. Kerr, .1. Me l) Moore, A. C. Todi, W.
If..111,1al.1J. 1). W\atts. W\. 1.. (Gray, P. A.
' m; ,on, It. L1 . l'arkinsoin. It. L. .iones,
It. :. tlickwell, J. It. Ilicks and Miss
(ITV (')I'\(1 Ill utI\ I.\,
Neil tiliial I'iok On lath of OIftice
T'hursday El (nin11. P'oner ('on
I ruet ('ii neel d.
Th'le recenitly eleeled (.ity. 'ounicil
we:"e swo(rn into oflice iihursdclay night,
It. 1.. Ii bl -' , tIM ., ad~liIi stering9 the
oaih of ollie. 'Tle niiew ollicials, so it
is understood, signalized their ''n
tranice upon their duties by' serving
not ice upon the li'edy Rliver 'ower
(omipany of en mellaition of the con
tract heretofore existing let ween Ihe
city and power cominily. It is under
stood that the city will generate its
own electricity in its own plant. .\t
tih time of the caneellation of the
contratl the city was paying the pow\
I (oilpany at the rat'mi of ahoit $1 1,t0
1 er year.
lihicley, Jtim I'owers, \\'. Ii 1.'ankls.
I'. \\. l'lKitchen was re-ilected city
.Il Ii I lInersonfi 'i st to u er~ in en
The nexti thing on di'ck is the play
"Among the Breakers," to lie given
by local talent for the benetit of the
Better Laureons Club Tuesday evenIng.
"Among the Breakers" is a two-act
dra ma in wh ich love and( laugh ter
vie with each other in making an en
tertaining evening. As the circular
gotten out by the members modestly
says, "The cast is comp~losed of the
greatest galaxy of local stars ever
gathered together in one liunch." In
addition to the entiertainment thiat
these "old stagers" will afford, a mus
teal program will lie rendered by Mrs.
J1. H. lBoyd and the Laurens Quartet.
Admission to the whole show will be
25, 35 and 50 cents. The proceeds, if
any, are to go into the coffers of the
Better Laurens Club. The following
is the cast.
D~avid Mturray, keeper of Fairpoint
'LIght John M. Fewell
Larry D~ivine, his assistant, AIIe Lee
lon. Bruce Hunter, W. R. Richey, JIr.
Clarence Hlunter, his ward
Peter Paragraph, a newvspaper r'e
porter Dr. R. E. Ihughes
Scud, I hunter's colored servant
W. I'. Mieng
M\innIe Daze, hlunter's neice
Mliss Annie Simpson
lie'ss Sta rbright, "'cast upl by thle
waves" Ars. Albert DIal
"M\other Carey," a reputedm For
tune Tieller' Miss Rebecca Dial
IBiddly Bean, an Irish Girl
Miss Lucia Simpson
!'kets arc now on sale at the
P'owe Drug Company. The pubihlic is
warned against delay in buying
IN THE CITY WEDNESDAY
Ralph Knox Killed While Attempting
to Alight from fovfing Automobile.
A deplorable accident happened in
the city shortly after two o'clock Wed
nesday afternoon when Ralph Knox
the ten year old son of Mr. and Mrs
Stiles Knox, was killed as a result of
an attempt to jump from a moving au
tomobile. The boy was riding on the
running board of Mr. Ross ). Young's
car, which was being driven by Mr
Young's nephew, Willie Bell Gray, the
car being loaded with ch!ldren on the
return from school. According to the
story of the children, as they neared
the home of the Knox child.Wiflie Bell
Gray called to him to stay on the car
until it slowed up for him. The child
either did not hear this or choose to
take a chance anyway and attempted
to jump to the ground. He lost his
balance in the jump and was thrown
head-long to the ground, crushing his
skull and knocking him unconscious.
Ile never regained consciousness and
passed away about two hours later.
The news of the accident did not
travel as fast as such news generally
does and it was not until nearly five
o'clock in the afternoon before it be
came generally known in the business
section of the city. When it was re
ceived, however, general expressions
of sympathy were heard expressed on
every side for the bereaved parents.
The body of the child was carried
to Seneca for burial the following day.
Ralph was a bright youth and very
popular among his playmates. His
sudden death caused widespread sor
row among the school children.
Spring is looked upon by many as
the most delightful season of the year,
but this cannot be said of the rheuma
tic. The cold and damp weather
brings on rheumatic pains which are
anything but, pleasant. They eati be
relieved. however. by applying Chan
berlain's Liniment. Obtainable every
Why Not ('hamer of Commereel
We stand in tied of a ('hatlbel of
(cinmerce mo(re' today thlan ever" be
fore. lel ago is ;1 progr1essiv,' one.
\Why not progr ' ss with till' tirto's? It
IS1( ill 111!11;4'I iII I it'f (41 1 1-3(4' I 1ic i t 1
old C'atiber of I'co'inn0irce wihle has
tatl-n no a ot i iart in the afl air o f
31te city 111 sinie t ne('14. . I (of1 otu
neohhoIl,(ringi tot w, hatve' ("honiber's Of
0o1i1n1411(1( 3r boat is of Irade. and such
o1ganiozationls arl'' about. the only
Isets of getting t prt11111 and deci
site e'xpre'ssion froin the representa
live buisiness men and citizens of a
ely n affairs which affect the comn
:n1nity. A good iillustration of the
Ires t need of1 such at organization
m4ay he found in the necessity for con
cered action in securing the proosed
Cross Anchor Railroad. As is well
known, Laurens wants to get tis road
to come through hler city, but as mat
trs now stand it would be almost uit
(r:y ilupossii1 for a few citizens to
gel this road without the Support of
ll lihe, business m of . te it. one
.nn W rSdi. e hatby S.in Steart, ohe
abo. mntned roa 'oming to CWillis
het ll J. use Simosther argan
iing nitt. n iin fs pe ei -
portneei'l onstantly W arnisin, and11
weaughn-tE.tohaedsorde adeu ar
mrey C. hadln Martin stLat.ieon.Wh
not al o -A get toghrkan. ra
(ze aLoi, ve C.mbreommer e
.1 EaylCO'is'' N.sl JStphes.
Jdg J.s.W on il. Prs~ide . ringPhl
Th jWres fof the fter m wr
The3'.jury courtmIllsioers hav ' thew
thefuro for the secon week ofa 1te
court oh S.ommon ll iT'eyae asit'
ial--W. nti. twinges,J.I.ons
De. Jlne, . Br.k pastor of the Will
andosaptlstland L.uCrs, Avnu Ba.Camp
churches. leasimmorW to AaitD
Asiation A. koen couty lieuts wil b.
Which Do You Prefer?
It is important for reasons of health and
practical economy for every housekeeper
to ask herself this question:
"Do I prefer a pure baking powder like
Royal, made of cream of tartar derived from
grapes, or am .I willing to use a baking
powder made of alum or phosphate, both
derived from mineral sources ?"
The names of the ingredients printed
on the label show whether the kind you
are now using or any brqnd, new or old,
that may be offered is a genuine cream
of tartar powder, or mersly a phosphate
or alum compound.
Royal Bakin Powder contains no alum
ROYAL BAK POWDER CO.
VETERANS' DINNER. _ ; $ $ ? $*$ * $
Committees Named at Meeting of U. SPIf1AI, NOTICES. $
.D. C. to Provide for Annual Dinner. $ * $ " $ * $ $ S $ * $
The J. B. Kershaw Chapter enjoyed
the pleasures of meeting with Mrs. W. For Sale-One Jersey cow, fresh in
R. Richey, Sr., as hostess on Saturday, Jeans r Crt, rote 2. 39-it.pd
April 15th. This was a call meeting
of the chapter to discuss plans for Wsnted---Two rooms for light house
the comfort and pleasure of the vter
th ofr n laueo h oe-dress 'Rooms" care Advertiser. 39
ans who will attend the annual dinner
which will be served next Saturday, Sale-Jersey cow, fresh in milk.
whih wll e srve net Sturay.Also calf. T1. J. Weathers, Laurens,
April 22nd. After all arrangements S. C., Route 2. 39-it-pd
were completed and an Interesting re- For Sale Reasonable--A large hand
I port made by Miss Minnie Babb, who some combination horse, sound, will
attended the District Conference held work anywhere, and safe for anyone
at Greers April 1-th, a delicious salad to drive. Can be seen at Martin's
course was served by little .\isses Stable. 39-it-pd
Sara Rlchey and Rebecca Adams. The For Eaie--'omato plants and hot
following were the committees named: and sweet pcitper plants at 10c per
(dozenl or three for 25c. Mtrs. Ray An
)ecoration Committee--Mesdames (lrson. 39-it
W. I). Ferguson, W. I. ltichey, .Ir., I. Clean Up-13113 your paints, paint
1:. Bahb, .. I Copeland, 1(oto. 31. brushes, wie-Wash brushes, scrub
Kichelbergera, Warren lolt, .I. G. Su1lli- rltsits, rake., hoes, etc., from ts and
van, MIrs. ('retiswell Fleming. iave yoar ioises sick and sian.
I linter Conin it .rs. . Cl ark. .Iin le & Roland. 3J-t
Mliss lOWtte Watts. .1rs. 1,. .\l. Itoy c*d, l'or Stle 5d tishel (lay Peas at
\lrs. W. 1). Ilyrd, .\rs. 1. K. Aikn, $1.:U per bushel, and 50 bushels of
ttecikeiec Peas at. bot P 2. 101 . 0. It.
.is L5ola .\nderson, .\Is. 1,. (. Ialle, Ware Silos. .\Iecleated and sack
-r I., .\rs. W. It i tallc, .iss .:lla Itell ed, it. :. Manlit, Ware S1ioals, S. C.,
copeland. .Irs. W. ii. iDial, Miss Mayue Route t. :::t-1t-pd
'rguson. .\lrs. J. O. C. Fleming, .\irs. For Sl 10 vel13 ii it in macinory
W. 11. (;ikerson, Mrs. ,onas P. (iray , a gitting otfit to a cotdenso'
.\Mrs. .Mary larris, .rs. Y. . i.It. '. W. 3ic'ravy, \\it laibm .s Ma
Miss .lart ha letllains, Mirs. W. I:.
lttas, .1 rs. W. It. tRichey, Sr., Mrs. .I. Wanaed heis and friers fo' cash.
. ih, .rs. Arrow Sullivan, a\s. nd es a a t ie
811 ei ii5 ''wSi 11.M sp for triers, lRaise muore chickens
Josephine Gary Watts, Mrs. .1. i. and larger hickens anl sell than 1y
Cooley, . rs. 1. P. .lilam, .Mrs. C. F. the la t. I e t to stay in t ittat
Rankin, irs. .1. Wells Todd, Mrs. T. 1). kot and saVe 'oi the oxl)Otse of 110(
dlilog theatn on tfile strmeets. We wi II
I Darlington. buy all tht's offe'ed. Separate the
Coffee Committee--.\ts. Birooks .wy- rooster from thc liens and have tt (o
gert, Mrs. W. G. Lancaster, .\Irs. . I'. ke,ilg eggs fot the simmer. they
Fleming, Jars. J. II. Teageu, .\ts G. C. . 3 s well and won't botter yot
Albright.so much by setg. Read up on poul
A thi'gtut.trmy. Yout caninot raise iolotry'3 sue
Souvenir Comumittee-Miss M innie c'ssfut 3 witlout. sIidyilg Its prob
Itah, Miss WillIe .lones, Miss lIlssie tis. 'leme is a 'igt wuty a1( a
loland, \Iiss I)oroth1y Angel, M1iss wrotg Way. Citicke'ns pay better per
lulah italle. acr1 ltut cotton. .I. C. Shell k, Co.
TIhe followintg will act. as Comlttit- l 3 l t
tee of daughtc rs of the laughters ofi ,FrSl -ooRcowetPao
i the .I. It. Kershaitw c'halter, whod, will ot'ih.''. Caswell & Utitcs, Alachua.
be present, entertain and serve the Pl.3-t
I veterans in say way possible on tltis I ' irock pigs for sahi. s
(occasioni: wees to t tonths old. Satisfaction
B.lttford alll Copeland, .\a'ry Copp i g 110 t' (. I'igs from p'iz w --ting
land, ieatric e ttahh, .\ary Itilt, ('Cut her
ine lt, Marit Holt, lora lennett, t Ilnt 75 bushels of
Caroline Ilanikin, largaret 1)ial, Caro- 11 Ivaed ':'ltyct
line Fleming, ltmnma Lou Washington, peas preferred. W. 1). Kniht,
Sara Sliza, Swygert, Sara R1ichey, L[au-I tens, S. C. 37-3
ra Vanee Jones, Cletnie ''eague, Anna Fo' tile--SeCond-hand Steinway
Sttlivrt.f piano, At)p13' to Mrts. AW. Li. Boyd(.
I *IQ*$ *I *$
For Sale--A few settlings or eggs
T0 Compete in ('011a111p11. from my pen of S. . Rhode Island
Reds, bred from birds bought from
The Laurens city schools Will b lester Thompkins of Concord, Mass.
represented in the high school Ora- Price $1.00 per setting of 16. J. M .
torical and athletic contests to be More, 579 L. Main St., Laurens, S. C.
held in Columbia next week. O. 1. Ihono 1 31101
Simmons, Jr. will compete for the For 5111-Land, pigs, shoats for sale.
orator's medal and the following will ket, twomls on d e tho
compete in the athetic events: Earl ,tomls n addn h
compte n te ahetc eent: iarlwork of four mules and two hands. It
Langston, Truman Roper, Harry Mc- works behind any plow, fastens to
Alister, Winfield Fuller and Frank beam of front plow, subsoils furrow,
Armstrong. The boys expect to comeunder top
Armsron. Th bos epectto omesoil where It belongs. Your land won't
away with the prizes. get hard, get better stands of cotton,
etc. Will demonstr'ate with pleasure.
Church Notice. I am selling fertilizer for the Ander
There will be communion services son Phosphate and Oil Co. See me be
at the Ora A. R. P. church Sabbath, fore you buy, I can sell you as chea
as ayoy o .Sa. 3.~
April 23rd. Rev. J. M. Garrison, I).
D., of Anderson, will do the preaching REIABLE ]LEMElPY
Services will be hold on Friday and RESTORES KIDNEYS.
Saturday preceding. You are invited For many years druggists have
towathed with much interest the re
to ors~p ithus.markohin record maintained by Dr.
Dr. Garrison will also preach at the Kimer's Swamp-Root, the great kid
Laurens A. R. P. church Sabbath after- ney, liver and hl edder remedy,
noon at 3 o'clock. It is a physic an's prescription.
I. N. Kennedy. swam hoot s a strengthening mod
icine. D1I~aKii nor used it for years in
-- - his prlvat p actice. It. helps the kd
l Meetingsneys, live nd bladder do the work
I nature intended they should do,
Although all of the Democratic swanp-Root has stood the test of
clubs are expected to meet Saturda years. It is s01d by all druggists on
only the following have notified The Its merit and it will help you, No otler
Advertiser as to the hour of meet- J remedy can successfully take Its place.
Advetise as o th hou oflie sure to get Swamp)-Root and start
ing: treatment at once.
Laurens 4 o'clock however, if you wish irst to test
Ekom 3 o'clock this groat preparation send ten cents
Langston Church 3 o'clock& Co., Binghamton, N.
J~ansto Chuch o'cock Y., for a sample bottle. When writ
Youngs 4 o'clock Ing be sure and n entlon the Laurens
Cross 11111 3 o'clock Weekly Advertiser.
Poplar Springs 3 o'clock
The other clubs will meet at their Red Iron Rackot stores sol very
near everything you may need.
Phoe. C. BURNS & O.