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* OLIVE WHAlRTON HALLEW. *
On the 21st of October, 1919, just
as the eastern sky was betokening a
Ilew%' day. lite pure spirit of Olive
Wharton Ballew passed to the Great
Beyond. For this passing she made
scru ious ipreparation. hoth.spiritial
ly and Imatrially to tile miniutest de
tail. I ver was a light-hearted, happy
exis:'c., beiig the baby of the faim
ily she was always petted and in all
the relationships of after years she
w'as still a pet, and with that same
cliildlike trusting faith in God patient
1 ly waited the summt i sIIQfl-" Coie up
Although her body was racked wvith
l1a1ini she was too unselfish to distress
others with comliailnings and 1 would
often Join in the little pleasantries
and witticisnis of those around her.
When her pastor, whose gentle miii
istrations site always enjoyed, called
for the last time. we thought her be
yonid the re-Ieah of human sup1)lp icat ion,
hit hearing his najme menitioned. said,
"If Dr. Templeman is here I wat to
see him:" and after a few wor'ds- of
prayer, she thanked him and invited
A mirli her last intelligible words
we r Irying to comfort her broken
hea tl'Iin:haid. telling him "It is
alri ht 1. I'm i not a fra 1(1, I'm not
a fraid." So weacefl and quiet was
the Iransition that a less diligent
watcher couild not have told just when
Iihe flickerin" light went out and the
gentle spirit went back'to God--to
that "City four stiuare Ihere they
need not the light of a candle."
Colds. ('ohi ('rotup and ('aarrh Of.
It'ln Itclieed Inl Two Minni11es.
1I yol thr1oa1t sore?
Irea , I yoNei.
1.1ave YIo catarrh-l?
I lave yon I <oughu ?
Ilreathe I 'omlei.
Havon ;. oi old?
Ilyo'u'W i is bhe oni' Iric:tniment for
n1o!0. 1on it and lung tr'ouliles. It does
no0 4-ian onia.li', morphinie' Or oflh
erfanarous dan ud does aw.ay withI
stonl.:In d o.,inIIg. .111:0 brealbe i I
la u i) lthle lii1'. rocke i tI- u
comnf .vithl veach ottit.ll
. . -: -;.- o'w Ii: costs but lit10 at
a Ciiu; Co. or. any rnia b t'. -
ish' (2:rrh, < ro: p. oigh.-. cold., Sore
tho : ml rnci or. 11noner back.
A iniotler !:Ist a Il'if tine and
o:cs of I lomiii -al bte oh
tain fll 1o:n dri.;is fo'r a KI ' c nt:;.
GE R1 EADu
eep Your Liver Active, Your
Syste'n Purified and Free From
Colds by Taking Calotabs,
the Nausealess Calomel
Tablets, that are D3
lightful, Safe and
.Phyh-ianns anil Driugists a :rc aivis
puri1i -d andi thwir' organs in pef,
the return'i of infIluenz.a. Tlh -y i:now~
that a elogged Of) sy. em at d a hiz'y
liv'e:' favior colds, infh .I'2za a 4d se'rious
To cut short a cold Ov'i -ni rh- and t'>
prvn serious$ comtplient I -i tak : one1
('alto nh at bIdtme withi a swalIlow of
no gripinig, no siekening aftter' e!ffects.
Next mor ning y.ouri told has vanished',
y'our live' is netliue, yone' syatem is puri
fied anad refr'teshe d and you are f'eeliing
fine ithI a hearty appet Ito for break
fast. t-at what yon pleas'- no danger.
del ie wth lC(alotabs.-(Adv.)
Yout Dci More WAorkl,
Youl ae more amr~iions andt you get more
enjoyment-a out of ev\erythindg wheun your
blomi ie in 1god condhith rn. Imnpurities in
the blIood haveu a veray depress;ing effect on
nervouasrs and1 sickness.
OiROVE'i'S TJASTO'fLSS Chill TrONIC
restores Energy ;:nde Vitality by Purifying
andi Endichin zg the iGood. When you feel
its strengthening, inv'igorating effe~ct, see
how it brings color to the cheeks and how
it improves the appetitc, you will then
appreciate its true tonic value.
G]ROVE2'S TrASThLESS Chill TONiC
is- not a patent medicine, it is simply
IRON cnd QUININE suspendhed in Syrup.
So pleacant event children like It. The
blood needhs Quinine to Purify it and IRON
to Enrich it. These reliable tonic prop
erties never fail to dirive out impurities in
The Strength-Creatinig Power of GROVE'S
TAS'fLESS Chill TONIC has madte it
the favorite tonic In thousands of homes.
More than thirty-five years ago, folks
wouldi ridle a long (distance to get GROVE'S
TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a
member of their famIly had Malaia or
needed a body-building, strength-giving
tonic. oThe formula Is just the same to.
day, antd you can get It from any drug
store. 60c ner bottle.
IS YOUR FARM FOR SALE ?
If you have any land for sale, either
improved farms or unimproved acre
age, we may be 'able to find you a pur
chaser if you will list it with our
W are receiving a large number of
Inquiries about farming opportun ities
in this State and it iM the purpose of
the C. & W. C. Rilroad to prepare a
colprehellsive list of lands for sale
located along its line, to be distribut
d :unoiig prospective settlers, and all
persons hav-ing such property for sale
are urged to co-o erate with the un
derslgoned, in order that accurate and
reliable data may be placed in the
hands of iprospective hiomeseekers
making inquiry about farming oppor
tunities in your communitty.
A blank fori will be mailed you, up
en appliention, asking.forPthe speciflc
There is no charge for this service.
W. W. OROXTON,
Room ?, Terminal Station Bldg.,
37-tf Atlanta. Ga.
No Worms in a Healthy Child
All children troubled with worms have an un'
healthy color, which Inilleates poor blood. and as a
rule, there is more or less stomach disturbance.
GROVES TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly
for two or three weeks will enrich the blood. Im
prov the digestion, and act as a GeneralStrength
ening Touic to the whole system. Natur'e will then
throw off or dispel the worms, and the Child will be
in perfect licalth. Pleasant to take. 60c per bottle.
Again Permitted to Tiransact Some
Public ltnisilness. One of Rest NIghats
Washington, Oct. 2..-P1resI dent
Wilson was pernitted again today to
transact soine public business. After
wh at his physicians described as one
of tihe best nights he ha had sinee his
illness hi an, he signed ile ai end
meint to t-o food coltiol aet provid
i pienalties for hoarding and profit
ei ('Int in food and clothing andi three
Mo reY liast Ies of minor ilImportance.
''omorrow the prolhibition enforce
ment bill will he returned to the
Wiite House by tile department of jus
Iticc with the opinion as to its consti
ttitionality and it is expected that if
tle president shows io ill-effects from
his work yeteerday and today lie will
be allowed to study the opinion and
pass on the hill. lie has until mid
n>hit of October 2Sth to act before the
hill becom<-s a law without his signa
The iresidenit's physiclans announe
d t oday' that hiis temperature, pulse
and respiration continued normal and
thJat his cigestiont was more satisfac
. hlligh 1f. Youing, tie altimore
Specialist. Who was 'alled in last week
i coi)'nieet'c.n with the prostatic coin
plications, again came to tie White
Iluise late today. his visiting having
been ni-ranged at tle timie of hils last
('all. iHe was accompaielld by 1)r. iI.
Doctors Young and Powler, It was
Said tolnu ighit at Ht Whit Ilouse, were
well satisfied with tite prostatic con
dition of tle president.
Dr. Grayson sipplilemened his night
bulletin witi tle Information that tle
patient's condition was as good as
e0tid I)e expected. Thie increased ac
tivity of the president was not an in
dication of any decided improvement
in his condition. Dr. Grayson said,
adding that it was thout'gIht that pir
inmitting tihle president to Sign lills
would perhaps lie .hiter for hii thaln
to withhohl the h.ils and allow the
consenittt anxiety to lake action on
suchi muatters. -
Immediatiely aft 1er brf"Ikfast: thi:
m n Ing t- presiden,1t IIin d his .0
t *.1ion 10 the tonahm i"n, itrial enn
for!ence to) which hv a'ddretSse0d 1 hu!
1- yet 'navy. .Mr';. \'ilsln sie .honeid
r I8ry Tmt In i I ul y tha I p rsid6 n;
d kI': i vh sit t11 !i th I
im:in .t v-a !ad b fr t e p e i
.\ir. WVilson re il I h (( nt:h of
iwo mvilit.ry pris.onors and siu'oed cx
tradition pal prs foru Angust: ino Spin
v.d ho is Ild in' France at the r
ipiest of fta'i'al oMoets at Pit taur to
an.We-(r clmrges, of hee or .-, ;n
wortih of wiise:y and of failinga to pay
revn'"'( tax at 1 ., ont it.
C'and of Thank11ls.
I wislh to expre)s my rinllts
thankI frI t ma kztltindne -I- wn
meind( myl beloved' wifef biy frijmis and
neiglhbois, boitht witte and tolotid.
tier death and ii a lso to1 iex':eti m al
'ions ot'f !Uj t~ s mut' mhyIsince r d :h. '!ae
G'odl'. ri'chet bilessi-iis rest p'm all
Placing the Respons'ibi'ity.
"W~Xhien thIi nz.s arte Zuini uemoi tinan-'
thilly' I noitli mten alwa:s say~ 'l'Tin'
wh'len you ask tin haptow~ th-.' iir'e."
obs-pierve It. W~u. . A l a~-h tnd oft St ho'hli.
"'Biut when finante's lootk at litth k
ask howi hie is. The usual iun--wer' is
'Old womnan's growling,' or 't'hlitldr:'n
rflighty poorly.'"'-K-u:nsai' ( 'it y Stir.
N O'I'('E O1"FEh-TL
Stuti' of SouthI ('ar'olinn,
('onunty ofi Laureni'is.
free'i-holders niinltg ii $ o..; ililt
school di1tiit .\i. :', La r n: t s cotunity.
South 'L'auio0 lna, j eirg tfor an election
euton tiihe <uei;On~~ of 'l ro i an-i af hi
I tinal 1' mill '-las i upon a pr pety i
toaid .schio d!'i Itli ;n< tie alte ifor
shei t lounty o n i of ju tedcal:<. n I -
idn i('lttieby orers- upnsad uns
ionly sielelion 0 be hfld coin the lt
1th <herliy:' ofonshall h91 almli<e
schoe fhuhding ine 4 jl1 addtict.inalr
Laid shoole hitirl ot~in
peroi't l ropor wt t for0' tx tin andtlire
T hos faorinst the m ill diina
lional tax shall vote a ballot contain
ig thei woi'd '"NO'' written0 )1 ori rinted
therel'on. P'olls shall openti at the hoor
o~f S o'clock In thle foreinooni an d shall
remint open tint it the hotu' of I
a-lock in the afternoon when they
shall tic (closed, and the blllots (0unt
The tru'tsteesx shall r'epor't thle r'esuttt
of' thie cl((tilout to the countty audtitor'
andi county Vsutipeiintenden t of educa
tion wit hint ten (lays t her'eafter'.
R. T. WlILSON, Suipt.
By order of County 'Boar'd.
SOUTH IS TURNING
Mr. Dodson, the "Liver Tone"
Man, Responsible for Change
for the Better.
Every druggist in town has noticed a
great falling off in the stle of calomel.
They all give the same reason. Dodson's
Liver Tone is taking its place.
"Caloniel is dangerous and people know
it.'? Dodson's Liver Tone is personally
guaranteed by every druggist who sells
it. A large bottle doesn't cost very much
but if it fails to give easy relief in every
case -of liver skiggishness and constipa
tion, just ask for your money back.
Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant
tasting, purely vegetable reniedy, harm
less to both children and adults. Take
a spoonful at night and wake up feeling
line; no biliousness, sick headache, acid
stomach or constipated bowels. It
doesn't gripe or cause inconvenience all
the next day like violent calomel. Take
a dose of calomel today and tomorrow
you will feel weak, sick and nauseated.
Don't lose a day.
Dr. Chas. A. Cromer
GRAD UA TE
VETERINARY SURGEON &DENTIST
Service Day and Night
Will Appreciate Your Patronage.
Telephones: Iesidence 201: Offic. 15
Office at Pqsey's Drug Store.
YOUR CHOICE OF A BATTFMY
has a lot to do mwith the efficiency of
your car. If you choose it here you
need have no doubt as to results. Our
batteries are of standard iuakp, pow
erful as can be made and as logg last
Ing. We have storage batt'eries for
every possible use.
BAIU RY pHARNEY ELECTRIC CO.
Opposite Post Office.
Laurens, S. C.
Said a Well Known Citizen a Few
. ays Ago:
"If cotton goes to forty cents a poupnd there
is no telling what good farm land will bring. Even
at the present price of cotton a good farmer on
good land can about pay for a farm in one year."
Are you preparing for this rise? In my previous
advertisements this Fall I have predicted a steady
rise in the price of farm lands and city property.
My predictions have, come true and those who
accepted my advice have made the profits while
those who have sat idly by have failed to reap the
Real Estate never goes down and seldom stands
still. I have a few farms and some city property
still on my fall list at prices that will hardly hold
very long. I will be glad to show them to prospec
tive buyers. Get in the swim.
If you care t sell, see me.
THE REAL ESTATE MAfN