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It. A. Cooper and Cole L. lIlense
Columbia, Juily 1.-- The (utr;al let
1ei Carriers' .\ssocialtion of South
('arolita had another litsy day todlay,
with sessiofls ini the Inoriilg and ati
tornourt and ia banlgie ltonight. The
mueetig ', Ill al~iottru1 tintally tonlight,.
the prlopore'(ti excursion 1it h Il IC('(
Pa ls ani 'hatileston having heeni
lImportant in flte Inorning's; pro
t'reding:s was thie ee liori of delega_:tes
to the National Convention inl Chicago.
1). It. Robinson, of Eldgemioor, led the
ticket; ). C. Ilaydetii, of Orangehurg,
and II. C. Fuller of Waterloo. tneie thec
other delegates elected. Alternates
seloeted were as follows: .l. .\l. Paiker,
D~alzell; .. .\l. TIetanat, C'ornlwell, and
\1. W. Avant, of Oiangehturg.
'Ile nieeting this inorning was
oIp'neti w ith prayer by I In't er. An
<!rav. Bl1ackw~oold, of C'olulnibia. .\d
il *;ess were nuade by R. .\. Cooper,
iif .iaureins who spoke on "The ite
latio'ns of the Hilural C'arr iers to 1111
I ' i:p:tiirove tii its," ail by TI i 'P naoo s
1-. \\iee, of Ntewhierty, who~se subl
et. was "Thse ltllatio~n \\'hieb;
Should l':it t tetween the l atroln at
The afternoon W a3 featured U;I au
drosses f rotn Con 1essinaun D1 avid E.
V''ileV, if hit Ith district. who sptoke
til i'o al in t .se'st. and11 the El'
G ili I\'y ( o If ae S r ice.'' and11 Seni at
:. I). Smith, who spoke on "The i'ed
Irtlot i nm 1nt aind the :a 'ar
1 it r."
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4rip o lh i ,n \;- i Vi h
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pr f''e s be ng .fii .i' i pi -Le ne ir .
Iuit('8 t'l bei1g . I I 1yt hi wt-,
Off as nicely ais h-ar .oii w ilh.
.\lr. W\. WV. tuuok of (trois. Iill, was
Ar.I'.l'. .\nderson .4l ohf Waiterloo, is
P'. hI. IIlihardision.
~.r. S. N. Cisp, went Io Sparitanblurig
last TPh ursday oni hbusinhess.
Air. (C1eveland0( Watts mnade a bu si ness
tipl to Great FallIs, on .1 uly G.
.\ir. and Mirs. Arthiur Teaguae enter
tainted a nlumberOi of young folks on the
night of .July -I.
Aliss Mild1red Simmt lons has retiurzin
from ani exteindedi visit toi fiendis in
.\rs. II. A. Wharton of Cross 11111,
visited Mi. and 's. II. Ri. Fuiller' last
Mdiss Ruth Stokes left last S.aturday
for a visit to friends and relatives in
The Methodist Ii~placopal church will
be dedicated on July 12, by Bishop
Ch'andler. The quarterly conference
will be held tihe same day.
All stylesgof Fruit Jars, best quality,
S. M & A.ii WIrTk16 A 00
i4 ES NEWS. *
.lones, Jtly 10.---'he tilk was a gala
dray at. Ware Shoals. Prof. D. W. )iti -
iel of ('1cnmson Co'llege, delivered a
ractileal atid eloutient adidress to a
large atd appeilalive autidience. 'There!
wel'e' two gantI1es of ball between Ware
Slm Is and (intoli---S to I) atd 7 to 1
it I av4 ot' \\'are Shoal:s.
Tle oOler was perfect, atteidance
good aind everyole enjoyed the 1hos
pitality of the goetd people of \\are
8 an didales, l10 un4eroll to 11('n
t(ion have hi onored its wol l tihtl eir tires
All or our lieolle tenderly syl
;athIize with .\r. \\'in. Itell in the sud
deln death of his wife. I.rs. Bl3I was
a langhter of .\ir. .11o. 1. .\oore. She
was a most estinable lady and was
held in high esteei by all of her ai
,droner Owens ant Dr. Owens of1
(Iree'wool, were here t)rol'essionally,
.\lr. Joel A. Smnith has two alilanats,
I S I and 1N2:., with I co1111lete diary
of tttrentt ('vents olept by his grand
412her .1114). It. SluithI. o1014 tanilitiarly
known as "Skinner Sntith". I Ic also
Iats a Sp1:anisIi coin of I1.2.
.\liS. t;. \\. .lnkins aind son \\'alter,!
rte islitng et larenttS. Dr. and
.\ r .\'. T. .241s14 have retutrnel to
\\'e rec ntly 1nt D)r. and Mrs. Whit'
Sides' ofI NorthI ('arolina1. lient and lob)
(ri A~rnold. Col. .\lac'helt and .\. 13.1
.\1("('1("n of l'rinc~eto~n. F-rank .\ledolock
and .\rt. .\ndterson 4f -:den.
Ur. .Ioel A. Suith it will be at \\are
"hltatls every St:ur Ida y aind will be
1~a):1'd( 1 to ser'e all in1 ieetl 4)f t'
inary w ork.
\\"e are v'ty 544:1) ry to t11lon11ta e tIcI:
\ -. lulph l'avenpo;11rl t acn cident ly
rIt over h1 aI train at \\'are I 11 l:s1
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I. n'... .1 h11" . of th is enI n y
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ALOM[1 B[M, BILlOUS? NO! STOP!
ACTS LIKt DYNAMIT[ ON ll[R
I guarantee "Dodson's Liver Tone" will give you the
best Liver and Bowel Cleansing -you ever had.
Stop using calointel! It inun es you' night and if It, doesn't straighten you
ick. I )on't lose a day's work. it' y right : and make you feel tine and
eel lazy, sliuggish, biliouls or cons - igo :, iu by motning I want yoU to go
Iated, listet to 1inep back to t':e store and get your tnoney.
(' loniel is tneteurv or qiIkl ve' Dod:on's Liver Tone is destroyiug the
ivItich iuses necrosis of thme iones. sale of c..lontel lecau.ie it is teal liver
'aloinel, Whe it coies into -ontact tnedicine: entirely vegetable, therefore
iviIIt sour bile crashes Into it )reaking it. can not salivate or make you sick.
It Pl. This is when you feel - hat aw .ul I guarantee that one si oontful of
nausea and eraini ng. If Ou ar -"all I)odIon's Liver Tone will lint your
knocked out.", if your liv r is, foriid slutg gilt liver to work and cilcan your
tnd bowels constipated or y76u have bowels of that. sour bile and conslilout
Iteadache. dizIness, coafedtongue, if ed waste which is clogging your 8s
breath is bad or stomachttour just try Item and mtaking you feel miserable. I
I Sploonful of harmless Dodson's lAver guarantee that a bottle of )odson's
'one. LIver Tone will keep your entire fam
Ilere's my gutarautiee--G( to any drug 1ly feeling lne for months. Give it to
store and get a -50 cent bottle of l)od-- your children. It Is harmless; doesn't
son's Liver Tone. Take a spoonful to- grIpe and they like its pleasant, taste.
Edison sNew Art re-creates all forms
of music so exactly that the Re-Crea
tion is indistin uishable from the
Come to us agd hear it. We are
licensed to demonstrate this wonder
ful new invention.
The NEW EDISON
Visit our store and hear Edison's Re-Creation of the work
of tlv i woild's greatest sinegers and instruv.entalists.
Spartanburg Roller Mills
Ship your wheat to us. In exchange we
will ship you thirty-six pounds of flour and
fourteen pounds of brandi per sixty pounds3
of clean dry wheait. Must contain no wild
onions nor smut., You pay freight to us and
we pay freight to you. Mail us prepaid bill
Spartanburg Roller Mills
Spartunburg, - - - S. Carolina
because A high grade automol
-big in built as you want it built-.
ral satis- as you want it to run--for
$595. A dernonstration
.mne give you new ideas regal
senting motor car values. We ha
car ready for you.
r $680: Cabriolet $865: Town Car $915, Sedan $986.
electric starter and lighlts. All prices 1.0o. b. Detroit.
rS MOTOR CAR COMPANY,
Laurens. S. C.' ,
stone county, Texas, and from there
to thcir home at Kirk in Jauary, 1J76.
"llr. antd Mrts. Riddle were childless
buit reaired andi educatedi a foster-soli,
W. E. Rliddle, for whon they miani
fested great devotion, was dily recip
roeated by the recipient of their love
and care, who, in gratitulde and illial
devotion, iade soft and sntoothe the
long des(cettl to the grave of the only
tho lther he ever knew. I
"*lrs. 1iddle was kind, genial,
cheerfutl, patient, hospitable, hoie-de- 1
voted and self-denying.
"o' over 50 years she was a de
voted anid corisisteit unaitber of the
.la ttist church, and her place in
ehittrell andt coinrity, now Vacanit,
Caln neve r be tilled.
'lt is not believed she had alt cne
tny, and all who knew her were her
"The world was bettered and made
gladder by her long and useful Chris
tian life, and her freed Splirit has gone
to its reward in heaven.
"As her neighbor for seventeen
years, I lay this tribute to her inerin
ory. -\W. W. D.avid."
uitady to Scoot.
\ (IlIe ' ( t inpa igni inetinag yesterday
we looked ill all the tree-tops for the
d'(lit(r (.t tile i.anrens .\dvertiser, tit
finally fou1(nd hint on tle outskirts of
the po pularce, with one foot onl terra
firnia and t'other onl the running
ioatrd. ;reen ille News.
The Strong Withstand the Heat of
Summer Better Than the Wealk
Old people who a:r feeb!e, and younger
people who are weak,will be strengthened
and enabled to go through the depress.
ing heat of suttner by taking regularly
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It purifies'
and enriches the blood and builds up
the whole system. SOc.
Slutielnient of (he ('on iIIonit of 1ie
PI: 'I,-:s l.0 . & F . . '.CI .i\. :1"; lI BANh
-naenled iii .ninrtezn, S. ('., at Il e (et
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t's b4 i I in is v i
on. I fo r .. I, our
eryI dolla repre.1
a....service-value. I 49~4ii
To 93n Car1 $ 491.4 Roadst
J :t eguppdinluin
LAUREN ;.4 4.lj9~
4.blic Sauare 4U1.,4 439
This Is a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Five or six doses will break any case, and
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will tot
return. It acts on the liver better than
Calomel and does not gripe or slcken. 25a
('01l.E(iE 01 ('11.\ IlES''ON
South (alrolina's tuldest ('olfige
1;ld Yeatr begins Septenmher 21),
EntranWO examinations it all tho
cout3L-seats on Fri(ay. July 11, atA! ,,
Foltr-ycar courses lead to the B. A.
and 13. S. degrees. A two-year p1e
uedilal (0u15e Is given.
A fiee t Uition sciolarshl) is assign
ed to each county of the state.
Spacious buildings antd athletic
grounds, wdll ettuipped laboratories,
unexcelled library faellities.
Expenses moderate. For terms and
I.\ltItISON in.i.,l40LI'ii, President.
NOTIC-: OF ELIE("I'ION
State of Souti (nr'linn,
('ounty of Laurens.
Whereas, ietitions signed by a legal
nlu In her of the qualilled electors and
free-holders, residing in Waterloo
school district. No. :1, Launrenls colilty,
Solith Carolina, asking for all electlonl
111)011 the (tlleStion of votlug anl ad(ib
t'onal '1 mill tax i(1on Ihe lprolerty in
said school district to be used for
school purposes, have beenI filed wIlith
tl'(e county hoard of eduenation, att elee
tion is Iereby ordered up1on( said <Ines
lion, said election to be held on the
Iith day of .luly, 1916, at Ekoiln school
hloll so, in :ai d district, under the mian
ageunnt of the trust e7'S of Said school
' Only sout:h elect or: as return real
of personal Iprop erty fIor taxition and4
who exhilbit their tax r .eitlts and- reg
istration certilleates as req uired in the
general election shalh he allowed to
Those favoring the i mill additional
tax Shall vote a hallot containing the
word "Y'1':S" writtln or 1l in1ted there
(1n. t'hose againl the I mill addilon
al tax shall Vote ia halut containing
Ile word "NO" wvrit tn or 1trinted
Ih iri oin. I'oills shall :nI1 at the 1 hour
Of 1 o'cllok inl the forenlooi andl shall
renai .I Inti III, tI IfI I o'clock
inl th1e 011a itIooll when hey41 Slill 1'
I'nsed. a 111th ll ha:cll s nulnt l d.
T1he r u t s sII.1l :hatll repor) t the resu1lt
il the I lelion t." the i uinto Imltlor
anti iou IV 1 (-;,n : 1 ai.I t l tli.7a;tion
'Iii: In I days II th r1 I I r.
Its (1.1d(:- (1f ('(l nty Hloard
!'.1 li I' .4:i 1 1 11 1 11 1,1 Ii III lt y of
tilil I' I .\llt M I l-:NT.
o t1 of 11Y ss and1 (d1;n1 - :as .%(
m111iniot r u11ih w\ill ann1'eed, of the(
('7t:('( le ' i . .i. 1'1 1i'(, d1 (%7'a .w d inl the
.' of 1.au
rI ns Cout!, I I O1-e lc i. m., and
(,n the same11 daty w.i:I ,ll 1 1'(py 1fo a jIna[
dlischa 'ge froml Iny tru1st s as .\dm11inis..
trator with will \nex lI.
.\ny I er'on imb~hted I( :ai estate
are notilb-d'( and l i1uii'd 1 mak 11:1('pay
me1nt onl t at date;: and all pe(rsonls
hain la(in s against said estate will
l'resentl. Ithe 11n 11Or before said date,
du115lypoven IIr he fo1811(r barrnedl.
N.\T!! \N l'illCEI',
AdmIIinistrator w1ith nil! ann1excd.
une 1. 1:11. I mo.
-' 1 \ , 1-:1TIT 1.-: It 1: N .'
Ta'k(. not) i " tat on the 11- i lh day of
wIll, 141 . I ul r1 b . -
.-' -:n fr