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After. you eat-always take
edGassy Fooling. Stops iod souring,.
repating, and all stomach miseries.
digt an appetito. Keep stomach
swee astrong. Increases Vitalit0 aid Pop.
EATOIC in tho beetromdyg. Tenn of thou
sands wondorfully benefyted cstea cpt
ortwoa day to usoit. Positively guaranteba
vlease or we wil refund nhiloy, Geta big
today, You wil M,
the Quinine That Does Not Affect the Hoar.
neCenasC of i tWuic ati(d Inxative effect. LAXA.
TiViF InkOMO ULNI N1 hitNisbetterthin:z orcinnriry
Quiniie ntul doen not cnise nervouIsuess not
ritigitg it. icad. Remember the ful name and
"ook for the signature of 1,, v. GROVIC. 30c.
Tito Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Oflice in Peoples lank Building
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls answered any lour day or night
Simpsori,Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
WiN Practice in all State Courts
Prompt Attention Given All Business
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Proipt Attention Given All Business
Money to Loan on Real Estate
Offlee in Simmons Building
W. M. NASH
Gray Court, S. C.
NOTICE oF LOSTi STOCK.
Cointy of Laurens.
Notice is hereby given that Certifi
vate No. 207 for six (6) shares of the
ComIon stock of the Laurens Trust
Company, of Laurens, S. C., of the
par value of One IIundred Dollars
($100.0d) issued on July 30, 1919, to
Kate R. Carlisle, has been lost or de
stroyed, and that the undersignled will
apply to said Laurens Trust Company
at its place of business at Laurens, S.
C., on the 5th (lay of November, 1919,
at 10 o'clock, a. In., for a now certifI
cate in lieu of sqld lost certificate.
KArE R. CARLISLE,
Dated Oct. 1, 1919. 11-Gt-A
SUMMONS FORt RELIEF.
State of South C'arolint,
('ounty of Lamurens,
CTOU'RT OF COMM.\ON P'LEAS.
WV. J. FI.\MING, Plaintiff,
a gain st
E~MAA AUSTIN JOllNSON, ORA IIIlL~,
TANIE SINPI IENSON, iIIT IN
MlDOWVEIl, WvILL AUSTIN, A. L.
AUSTIN, JTOHN AUSTIN, MIACK
AUSTIN, and LIVY AUSTIN, if liv
ing, andl if dleadi his heirs-at-law and
next of kin, to the Plaintiff unknown,
andi whose ages and 'whereabouts ar'e
also to the Plaintiff unknown, De
To the D)efendants Above Named:
You are hei'eby summoned and re
liutred to answer the comp llaint in t hIs
action of which a copy is herowith
servedl upon you, andl to serve a COPY of
your answer to said 'Complaint on the
subscrilbers at their oflice, Enterprise
National Bank Building, at Laurens,
South Carolina, 'within twenty days af
ter the service hereof, exclusive or
the (lay of such service; and if you
fall to answer the complaint within
the time aforesaid, the Plaintiff in
this act ion will apply to the Court for
rol lef diemandedl In the Comiiplaint.
* D~iAL & TO0D)1,
Dated Sept. 25th, 1919.
To any unknown and absent D~efcnd
ant, heir-at-law of Livy Austin, if lhe
should he dead, whlo are infants over
the age of fourteen, atnd to such of
them, if any, undler the age of four
teen. andl the persons with iwhom they
Notice b; hereby given that they are
reqiuired to a'pply for the appointment
of a (Guardian Ad Litem to represent
them in this action within towenty dlays
after the service of this suimmons, and
upon falure to (10 50 applicat'lon for
such appointment wvili be made by the
Notiee to tho Defendants John Aus
tin, non-resident, and Livy Austin, if
living, and if deadi, to his heirs-at-law,
next of kin andl distributeen, whose
names, ages andl whereabouts are to
the Plaint ire imanown:
Tak' not ice tha? the veriled ('0om
plaint in this action, together 'with a
suimmuons andi noticee fer the appoint
ment of a Guardian Ad Litem, of
which the above is a copy, was filed in
the office of the Clerk of Court for
Common Pleas for Laurens County.
South Carolina, on the 29th day of
DIAL, & TODD,
v. - 11-8t-A
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* T1HE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION. *
* *5* * * ** e *e o * *.. * 5
. About this time last year this scribe,
in reporting the Laaurens Association,
made a statement something like this:
"The eyes of the laptist host are now
turned toward old historic Beaver
dam where September 30-October 1,
1919, the next association will be
held"; and the prophecy camte true.
The llaptist host were there! We were
disapplointed in not getting to go the
first, day. I wanted to hear that. op
ing erio) by B0ro. Long, the shep
herd of First Clinton. I have heard
lie serion very favorably comimiented
upon. I heard Bro. Long at an iasso
iltlonal conference in Laurens once
on "The Open Door", and I knew that
seriion at. I leaverdani would be worth
When we arrived at about 10 A. M.
on Wd nesday moring. we found tie
large tent. rapidly tilling up and Pas
tr Vermillion and his deacons were
brilginug down benlehies from i tle
chttreb for fear tle seating calaeity
of tle tent would -be insuftiienit.
There were rePresentati ves from all
"I Baptist chutrches of the cotinty.
'T'lhis was to be "the great day of tihe
feast," for it was to be in the interest
of the great $75,0110,001 camlpaign that
:tthertin ilaplists have put on fot' tile
fitheranice of the Gospel. As. IBro.
11obo, the lou(d moderator looked oit
on this host of Iaptist folks of hv
tween 1,200 or 1.500 people that sat
in wrapt expectation for the vaiou
speechies, the great joy of Iis heart.
showed in his face.
Before beginning the regular
speechi-muak ing he recognized several
vIsitIng brethren. On the platform
sat levs. Wrenn and Matthews and
Dr. McGlotllin, of Greenville, the lat
ter tile new president of Furman, all
the preachers of the county and the
familiar faces of the two clerks of
the Association, Baldwin and Cuibert.
son. In the audience were seen the
familiar faces of Rev. .lodie Martin of
Westminster, Rev. Sexton of Aderson,
lRev. Uurriss of Bush River, Rev. 141
his Fuller of Saluda and Laymen Tom
Davis, also of Ilush Illver. We are
glad to see that Tom is following in
the steps of his saintly father and
grandfatler. Tncle Asa and Blro.
Joshua )av !s were pillars in the
(.ihurch1 at Ilush liver when W.% .1.
Langstoin was pastor there. -Tlle best
was treset'ved till the last when Afrs.
.1. F. Fizer, the gisiting sister, was
presetited to tle body. She made her
address first. I don't suppose I'd bet
Str say "serion", though site took as
a text or the basis for her address, the
words of M1artha to Mary: "The 'Mas
ter is here and calleth for thee." FBack
tirtouigh tie ages in the early dawn
of Christlianity she earried its to that
homle in lBethany er ,1 sus loved
to stay, to that homie .lere one day
thero was heart breaking sorrow for
thte brother so lov'ed was dead; 't'vas
thn that the one istetr said to tie
(Ither '"Tho .\laster is here and cal lethi
for' thiiee.''" I' alddrs w''5"as ospl)( al1
lto thte .womeii (If thle I~aurens Asso
wert( as (deepl1y stirrod and imipressedt
that thie ('all (if the Master -the man
of GalI l(ee ('omes0 to each anud all in
(clartion toties todlay. Drt. Alec(lotlint)
t he tnow,. Furmrtan Pres('idenlt was then
ittrodluced. Th'ils was his tfirst ap
peartanco befoie thle ILaun s assocla
tion, but was the secondi~ time the
wtritetr hiad hoard him, lie Is a splen
did( sp eaker't and1( uses thle choicest die
tioni. ie is thte State orgatnizer for
tth ecampaigni and ho gave a 'omipre
hensive (ou1tine (If t he organization.
We wvere all deli1ghted wih Eurmtian's
new prteslti t. lIe impret(sses otne not
onily as a talented and schtolatly gen
IIttmani, bitt als as1 1 a consecrtat ed manu t
oif God, 01n4 wh'lo has plad4 his talents,
his all (It the altatr for Kingdom sot'
Th'le next speaker and onte wvho held
the ittidedlccc attention oft thtat tiltld
tentIl was 01ne (If our hoiii boys, 1'011I s
IFitllor. It was an inspiirat iont to hear
this youtng pre(acer't, so tilled to thIe
bru wiitt ithI youithIifit I vitality, 'ottag(ius
(thu tisiisti and( boutndless faIth. Tihte
keynote of It all, lprayer.
I htave lienard of IAl Is Fu Illt' yearis
a go. A deaoll '( a ittint, no(w lonlg sinlce
gonte( to het' r'ewardi' wasi ant etthutsias
itng at hert chiurtch, I1l01)y Gr'ove, whiet
dlutite yountg. She came isp oti a visit
onicei andi wvas singing his pr'aises,
'"Oh! child,'' she said to me, ''You
outght to hear t hat boy lpreacht. Ie Is
goitig to bl e ti r (lintest lireatchiers.
I donIi't diou'bt hte'll Ibe a secotnd Sputr
gion." These words of heci' camne back
to tme as I heard hinm for the firtst
Stme atnd saw with wvhat inteinse in
trest Ite held that vast audien'tce. Anrd
vheni he reelted so effectively that
teor lFace to lFace"', [ wi ped my eyes
wIthI the balance of the throng atnd in
my heairt I i'eallzed I had heard a man
dhestinedi to do great good in deepen
Ing the stpitrtital life of those wvho
shall heat' him,
I wish I had the tIme to go on and
on about the great association. We
Baptist folks In L.aurens county are
The reports from the 3.1 cluireles
were all good. The W. M. U. report
was read by the president, Mrs. C. B.
hobo. The Southern ,Baptist womnto
van bie depended on to raise their one
fifth of the $75,000,000.
I u ish I had the timc to mention
the names of the friends I am always
glod to meet tt atour association. As I
looked at oir leaders, men whose
hearts are in this work, I couldn't,
Judging by their looks, tell who was
ti ie hiaijiest. There was ilev. Teii
plemall of LIaurens, who is, known
and loved throughout the coitity, pos
sibly, as .no preacher of First 1airens
save Bro. Pitts, has ever been loved.
There was \mr. Iobo, with face aglow.
R1ev. Long of Clinto't, 1Rev. \Villiams
of Prospect and iev. Vermillion, the
young pastor of Heaverdam, who
woirked like a TrojanI andI his people
made his lieart glad In the way they
entertained the -bretliren.
It woltid have done the heart of an1y
one glad to have heard that. grteal
atudience singing the camlaig song:
"Millions. NAliionts for the .laster." I
sipied tlt'le .lhn l 'inley singing.
The face( of holitist people ar now
t it rned toward, Friendship, where't.
God willing, Septemberl :2n-Oober)ol 1,
19211, wsalmoet again.
"Gets-It" Peels Off
Off They Com e Like attatin Skht.
or 1 Drops, That's .L\.
Tieres a mur1tt'der'ous, painfutl way
to get rid of cornis, and thetn there Is
the peaceful, glorious "peel-it-off"
"Gets-It" way. After you have tried
"Gets-It" you wIll say "never again"
Cut it? Quit itt "Gets-It" P c13 It I
to all other methods. TJnl is because
"008s-11" Is th I11y c 0.rn-remlover onl
earth that makes o ns peel off just
like a banana s . Two\ 0' thriee
dIops will do file 'ork, without fuss
ing or lrouble. Y )m apply it in 2 or
3 seconds. It disimmediately'.
"Gets-It" do.s the rest. wIthltout banld
ages., plasters, blood-bringing kitnives
(r ral zotS. Get rild of that Corn-pail
at once, so that you ean vork and
play -withoult cornl torturle. Bie sure
to us' "Gets-lt". It never fails.
"ets-It", the onl sire, giiurantteed
mone11y-back cor-rem-iloverI, vosts buit
a t rille at any (ig store. .lTd by
K. Lanvrence & Co., Chicago, Ili.
"old in Iauri tens and irteoitmmilded
ac the world's best corn reimedy by
Iuns DrIU)g (o., P Noe Dg Co.,
Sur'eka IDru'g Cto., lPutnanm's IDrlig
BY l(OIIEAN PEOI'I,E
M1 issioni - ody Believes I1teports Given
toI Wo"nd. Unarsht Methods Used.
Karul'za~wa, Japan, Aug. 2'i.--T'lhe
conference of fedetrated mIssions of
J1a pan has adopted tesolult ions cont
'erin itg thle disturbi'ante In K orea, de
elai'ing t hat "'we have been forced to0
bielileve that thle repots arie substatn
tially tiue and that thle pe'ople of Ko
rea have t'ndurI edl sutfferin gs whbilh arie
unijus5t andt unn~iecessaryv."
Thtese stifterinigs the resoh i ions add
mighit easily lhe ended once fot' nil if
the' methIods of admI)iistriat ion we'~re i
vest ed '"of thait harishtnetss and)( ('ltyl
wIch ate so striantgel y at vaianice
with the high and enlightened prin
Ct ilt's netoritnI g to whItich .Jaan1 pro
pt'rI is inow gov'erned' and)t with the ktitnd
hiearte'dness in whichl .ttapani, as a leco
Th'le resolutlions tx press fa ithI that
the .tapantese governmeni'it will inaaug
ua ate( a mtorie just sysItim. Th'ley add:l
"We heat' testIitmoity to thle passion for
entlighutenmitent wh'lich is ani indoit
able itipulse Ithr oughiout I the heart of
Ite nat ion, anid wvhichl hats br'oughit
about Isuch'l general piogruess dluring
thle half ('enitury sice .Japant was
opleed to Ithe wvorld.
"We haivt' rejoiced ini thle mtany im
inrovemnets broughit abhott in Kore'ta
sinice' thait otrt t y ('anme unuder thle aui
iioitIy of Ithe .itapanese'5C govtermneni lt.
We dot not wish to coindonte aity iIs
takes thle KoreanI 'eol e many have
made(1, nor' disregarid the inhlerenit tdif
ieultfy aL~ways attached to such~ ant ad
m)inistriatlve task as thiat int hiand it
"hut, we ishi to give (lent' and(
publ)1Ic expr~iesslion to 01ur uninitgletd
symathi y withI those (of lie Korean
peopile t) whlomt r'ecenIt trubhits Itave
brought ciruel anrd tunmteri ted suiff'er
lng. And we ilsh to gIve our' moial
support--and thIs is the chIef reason
for making thIs statement-to any
steps looking to a real atnd permatlnenlt
behtteing of conditions in Komea,"
"lringing Up Father iI Society" Com-i
The latest version of the popular
colics of George MoManus, "Bringing
Up Father," Is called "Bringing (i)
lather in Society," Tle new play,
-which Is in three acts and interpreted
by thi rty people, including a beauty
chorus of fifteen charming, alluring
and vivacious young women, will be
the next attraction at the Opera
House Tuesday night, October 1Ith.
All the old favorites, Including "Dil
y," "'Mother" and the rest of tile .\lia
honley cian, will be on he .1d to make
C. C. Feat herstonic WV. 11. Knight
FEATI ERSTONi; A KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
All flusiness Intrusted to Our Care
Will Have Prompt and Careful Atten
Office over Palmetto Bank
MNr. F'eatherstone will spend Wednes
day of each week In Laurens.
I have secur
graph and Recor
chine and Recon
I have a lo,
chines that I am
$150.00, I am
class Talking Ma
have the room ft
want Pianos, Orl
merry and add to the gayety of the liabitual1 Constipation Cured
nation. Sixteen new songs, ranging ! l to 21 Days
from1 waltz, syncopated to Jazz have I LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" I! a specially
been provided. The entire production Con stipati onI tiv for bt
Is under the direction of Alanager' Gus should be take regularly for 14 to 21 (lays
ll . Mils in itself should be sutlc- to induce r-tular action. It Stimulates and
Ilnt uarantee I that it is mior'e than a Regulates Very leas I t) lake. t0c
Your land is too valuable to take chances
on a survey. Have it done accurately.
B. RV T.PakTeODD
Mail Address Phone
Barkpdale, S. C. Laurens, 346
ud the agency for the Fathe Phono
ds, the most wonderful Talkcuing Ma
Is on the market. Come in and see
t of Odds and Ends in Talking Ma
going to discontinue the sale of. Fine
s, ranging in price from $100.00 to
going to give you your choice for
miss this opportunity to get a first
.chine at this Clearance Sale. I must
>r my other lines. See me when you
)ans, Records and Roll Music.
Laurens, S. C.
th Side of Public Square
"As the Twig is Bent,
the Tree's Inclined"
Teachers and educators have for years
dwelt upon the necessity of "Right-Posture"
for boys upon the old theory---As the twig is
bent, the tree's inclined."
When you hear somebody say "That
boy has style about him," he is probably
wearing a RIGHT-POSTURE Suit, for
"Some Boys' Clothing Has Style,
But Right-Posture Is Style"
"RIGHT-POSTURE" Boys' Clothes do
not compel a boy to stand straight---they per
suade him. His chest comes out, his chin
comes up and his shoulders are squared,
All the Newest Models in Suits
$6.50 to $22.00
Wharton Clothing Company
Cash Clothiers---"Suits Me."
Laurens, S. C. Greenwood, S. C.