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people were 21iii I rot' Ohe powerI to
go on, t Mille holy o1' about tlx: t" years
old (aunt-4 I414'OIZ :4111 .tttieinl
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. re..d for auit'dovit coniditions.
a! "he 'l(' IC ute tli'in. s:1e-c in all
Su. iii Car olia ( owns.
Route of the Bee.
A r'ordii:;r In it Drell-RI own apiaist
if It bet 1l t 14inbt 4141I tte.li of1 110w
CI'S by I'u i.i i" a '/.i;/.:4i cors of4 t11$Q
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of no4 othler' 4'4'4)ly that1 we cani re
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514'! 1ICcl andl( ielief resuilts5 by I14 4'ist
ent ly Ilsltg it. Sold only by us. 50(c
Eurleka Drug Co., Laurens and Watts
Clock Proved a Friend.
Alice takes 1440514 lessons14 nai 4 on('-1
s;hd4'.q It It. gr'eat lhat'dSll11 to hut to
pra'4('.lc ( o'n1te-hlf hou each44 dut41 c:y. Silo
huts5 a1 little ('lo('k on1 th p4. iano44. a114d
more1* thaun 1144 al1o441d 4'(1 e t10 it her'4 14'
son)i. Oan' day:4 1her4 1414)1 r l was '.''1$ 4k
aid tr e.' Alie rn n' ut in gt"'lt ox-4'
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'writh ai ('041;14 .A 0111.114 i-u a1 4hi1114
w she dO(14 bys lakiiwg ('liamlevli)1'
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(h't''hol Ieu,''4Ils .i:4ny t~ tll:ix4 ii.t',
STiainksgiiing Day at the County *
home of Laurens County. *
In the morning, gray clouds frowned
lown: upon1 the I"'or I lo'use, but the In
mates looked up bravely into the face
of the clouds, saying, "You cannot
chase away the 'T'hanksgiving sun
shine from1 our hearts for this daffy
neVer f'ails to bring to us our beloved
!r ! ' '1. \l!. :.ao!,(, wvith his hands amil
mal full to the brim with gifts from
hinie' the rphnag ad or Gn
" i ie and belde wait (4n 10 10ian,
neither ha-ten the' hours of a day I'o
:0: -1 lu t of ( :he ((o1r lo w IOu%
ever at last, the clouds ra1n away to4
Ilet- their frowns, while Ihr oind o
\w heels and more wheels made ght:1
the listening ears. Then the eager
wicigwas rewarded by the sigh1
of .\lr. Scott, briiging In his train a
jolly lot of orhanage folk as well as a
stor.' of clothing, fruit, cake, candy,
etc. The poor house camu s suddenly
seemed to have bloomed!
Into the somb ro rooms trooped the
merry girls and horne along was the
share of "goodies" allotted to each in
nlu te,-- a , division which genterouls
hands had made "long division". First
came tle visit it to the room oern pied by
.\unt .landy and A\iinl Mary. II one
c'orne' of' the room, stood Aunt .lan
(ly's bed where lay Aunt Mandy so
ie\ak that ev'in lte ilkni-tried roi 1( l1
lry above heilr was inadequnale to raise
'oor, 1-', 1 , poor. Hoor old woman --
:h1c'e s(eemed to have drifted into one of
the mo't ;i'iserabil si:tes of a human
l'nlike the old woman who, having
but two teeth, yet fell thankful that
those "hit", Aunt Mandy in reality,
appeared to have but one tooth and to
be so filled with pity toward her own
condition-deplorable that It was
I thlt she found It hard to follow the
advice cheerily sung . to her by the
girls, ''Ilrighten the corner where you
Sitppose yoi, kind reader, try your
han(i at brightening Aunt Mandy's
corller for her. Iuri'ry! It might be
too Lit"! Aunt .lantly's corner 1was
brighter l.cau:' It was nearer to the
tire's glow and for the reason that
1 Auon t .lary, herself, retil ned a port Ion
lof lie sunshine of by-gone days when
!she knew the joy of opening h''r hand
t o hedeow rather than I 'o receide chari
SV . des'pite the 4'aet that timer hadi ear
1*'- ! :1May the 'sion 1'1 liher eyes.
\hel she was remtideyd by olno ]'es
tit that I14' who marks the fall of a
spiarrow was not blind to her dully or
nightly services as niurse to Aunt Man
1 dy, she "thanked (god and ltOok (our
tage." "She hath done wh.viat she could.'
I lis all been done '.thieb ( mild be dur
for Au) t .\ary?
1'wvO mors' Aunts in :tnother'1 room
on(11 ip, on ' d434 oi u i. II e(r" you be feel
in:; ilh' prick of ti he t h4n.11 a lon-, y011
own ..h. I sugges'' that1 y44m mlight noi
''(4ot- It 11h4 be-t' ty andt fri.aance' (
I thei r'oseH' if you1 r'd aul to1( your1 Coont
v lty home auiuI --ep in iupon .\'tnl ('had14
I~ dl1 -ioor rheuminal ii Aunt0 'Ihadd.y ,
_'ingi b1y4 hert' spiing wheelt. pinn sin
-s ('a, 1e-( ur' ('ott ml to -'in-.-Ia hit (:
youri cotton, dlottless wVouldt spin w'l
iinlthese 141and1s hungr'y for' it)---knit tin;
away' the dre4ary3 hour1s, al11 the wiI
. her' face'4 str'angely al ighlit. surpr'islig
tly sweet. Friomn he1 wien lie tolls o
1 1he' coveri4.-; and aI 4-4 allbent~l t looked o)ti
- upon01 us the face of' Aunt Nancy, a faci
so wrInkledl that one mlight fancy' il
had44 ouitilved two bodlies, whidle lih<
v'oice withI wich1 she spoke(4 14) ui
sounde~ld a1s 11ho11)gh wi1th long) ulsage, I
had woin out and1( droppe;4d awlay, al
save its 111414r 14ar.
IIf you he Intoeested in fiurthier piar.
11icula1rs eOnlerin ig these unlIes a nc
lalunits, whyI3 not) go yourl 4If for ai littu
visit "'(oer thle hiills to tile 11o0r house
--carrying wit h you a blindole of chteer
.. a4 few fagots of hlole. a ipar(-el of de-'
f spair er'adleaition-"-'a little tit of' love,'
Ia hielpIful m ~essa9ge of God's lov'e amll
Mally ha , "in he dear, deadl days lie
- Iyond~ recl, some.91)4 of t hose( old4 foIl
b uilt alIr-dastle's, asH you do0, wh'!ch witl
Ilhe lpassinlg of time4 4 cr'll ed 114, tuled1)44
ileaving in thleir pl41ace only3' the "wa Ill 0
- a pioor' house!
Ye people41c of L a iir('ns (:0tanty, SI up
140Sf upon)1 Chirist's birthday113, 19 1I, yoi
-tIry tho ex perimentI of brightein4Il~g till
I. lornerl of' "'the( od( folks awvay fron
home" M o4bright tha1t1 for'everi a fter I
may have about at. somethIing mor
closely akin to4'' "le, Sweet home1.
Lord, wh'len saw we Thee hunllgry
and fed Th'lee? * * * Or' naked, an
clothed Thlee? And when saw we Tlhe
Aunt Mary told( us she was) -"'an
(enme0 lit o Th'ieo? And the kinog shah
anoswer and( saly unto them, VeiIly
say unto you Inasmuch as ye did I
unto one of these my brIethren, eve;
these least, ye (did It unto) meI."' 11
that hath pitly upon01 tile poor1 lendet
,unto Jehovah and his good deed wil
Ie pay him again."
Only some women, shriveled and old!
Lnd only some men who are prey of
Cheeks that are shrunken,
Eyes that. are sunken,
aips that were never o'erhoid.
)nly some old folk, sick, lonely and
alting for allmis at your poor house
Clenment ina Stamups,
,l.' 'E ('l.AS? C
Ati:te (trato it'al .(' tcst to In ll lil it
April. Yo Irk Towni i elected. G r,'e':
Wiood .Ilade (:reat i7tort. to .iteainn
(winiest bult Co(ul Not ('ont inece 'onw
Gretin w od. Iec. s.-- .\t a miei n 'tig of
the exeIcutive co nnnittee of it Ii'
-iouthi Carolina I nttecolle!giale Ora
lorical contest held here today it was
lec de(d to hold the next contest in
Rock 1l1ll. The contest will he held
on riday, April 20. IBoth Greenwood
and llRock ilti made spiel(lid offers
for the meeting and'it was with dilli
Culty that the executive comittee
reached a decision. Every male col
lege and university in Sothl Carolina
is a tiemher of the association.
The( contest Was originally held at
(reeiiwood and here It remained for.
a numher of years. Ii 1912 it was
moved to lock !:I1 and contests were
ebl le thete iIn 1912. 191" 191 and
191. It was etuirned to tGreenwood
rot the 191G con(est a tnl tow it go's
againi to Rock 11111.
Nine South Ca'irolina instituIoti:
alie members of the association and
to win irst place in the annual con
Iest is considered one of the highest
honors in the intercollegiate field of
the state. The members of the asso
ition are: U'niversity of' SrUIi ('aro
tlia, Mrskine, College of Charleston.
Furman, \\'offord, Clemson. Newher
ry. Presbyterian College of South Car
olina and Citadel. The first place went
to Newherry last April here. The
year before it Was won by Carolina.
Applications for letters patent must
be imtde to the coistlsioner of int
ents. \\'siilt ngton. I). C., and signed
b! the inventor. The ime retiuired In
securing the pnltent depends upon the
Invention anid the tacilities thtit tle
applicant li has for proving his cas(.
an ec f
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Your dressing room would be as warm as
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the chills the minut you strik a mat -and
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We vere both toolish eno ughi to marry a husbnnd retlis one1 of a) 1I nert.. In they get from us Nortierners."--Bcj
o. liost(In T1ranrrlt. a 15% colllr.-Smu;ri s' ton Transcript.
Christmas is Almost Here j
and Those Who Have Not
Bought Gifts For the Men
Will Find a Wide Assort
_iment of Useful Articles cvi
50c to $5.00
- 25c to $1.00
In Christmas Boxes
25c, 50c and $1.00
We will be glad for you to come
in and let us show you.
We have a full line of men's fur
nishings--nice, new and up-to-date.
Come to see us.
Minter Co's anHr
TS in Christmas Boxes
25c, 50c and $1.00