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A I',nwmi That Was N-wer Writtent *
* and the Iassing Id Double A
* irnainch 11111.
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We are all to a great ext.ent the
creature of mfoorts and tense.i. All
through the long winter month.. with a
patient con)find to his bed and room1f.
-with the thousand and one thing.. a
housekeeper and rnother must n:eCe
sarily do. I have had no chav:e to
chat with rny Advertiser frieni.. I
appreciate the: fact that some of vou
missed Irue and were good enough to
tell me so. The irrmnilse wai strong
sometimt-s to write "but when the
8pirit was willing the flesh was pow
reful w'-ak"-. flowever, tire fartner i.i
on his feet again and we had two pr(r
ty spring-lika ci;n, and them.- jAw fiet r
taken Tog-G-r ch'ered ip i a bit.
I'hen to (,)I.; pl-to my i:a;pnt-I . "the
Voice of t: t rtle dov' wa.i A-ard in I
tihe land ' and I flt a ga ladnp that
spring and corn-p!anng tirn- wrre
at hand. Whr i i-ard Th- voier- of
that dov( I joinpd th- song with
"This v.orld is wood to hv': in arid
sunny a . :an h'-,
Our mlea.enly Iather :ade- it and it
jul.st :ilut: e.
irn mediately went Indoors, hunt
ed up a ppneil and paper with my mind
fully made up to compose and dedi
cate a po'rn to that harbinger of
Just a: I had such strong poetic
emotions I heard a great commotion
at the barn and going to investigate, I
found all the cows and calves out. rhey
too, had se-n the green growing things
and in their bones felt that spring was
fly the timn: they wr-re yelled at and
headed off andi y;>t ba--k where they be
longed, the- Mule colt :arne gaily
galloping I:, on the outside and ht.
had to be 1ut 1.p also.
ly that time as I sat '-xas-,r-atmd
and exhaur.td on the door-ste,,s eai
Ing off Il: rn: Iuddy shri-s, all thr dov-:
that arf : ,Ight have t!oof-d and all the'*
tioc:iiig d ,lThat are to be, nii ht
have stinii and not a line of poetry
Woul i hav- torn- fron tne
Tomor row, iaybe, I'll feel the calI
again, bit wh-n "torrorrow" -arne it
'was that awflI rairy .unday, With
-ver-v ( 1ih of the rain I v!o, blu'-r and
then tort' hi'p. I fr-lt like- that I in
deed blotnnel to a lown-trorldenr and
oppleasud 'l:1, th -'arr-or. the mild
sill of tie .. orIrl with thi -niphasi
in r I . A '-la-. againist w ioir 'e- y
IanL'si i, tand "%a.- [ r'-dI and tow a a:;
and ni-k he very elm inn ts werI
against i-, tih first of Apmil and not.
a? furrow in -ro;;s 1riun. 'Tle only tune
I want rd to inog was th' one keyed to
a rninlor r-hord.
"Oh- Ibor d, how long, how Iongr., oh
Ant I alIo.-rd to .tay9
toll! () , ro lrli, ye .br-6-s of titti
And i-ar mn.%, soi'l awat!"
obf -'rrd tui n and harv-."
1,ff the ft onti - ;,m I rrotn-'- tr-:ini ga
th eli n,:I i i of thIiir :abl' divt-ris out
P'01'i; n .a I mOVant, Ihwed h
.iii thw ri n a !,dnd,
onrly few m i - I r I ut i ll r;:' far m
frornt rn 'hii., w-ay, -'tiory hrt Ih'. -
n-iiol, lihwa hai arrt~iv dand itrtubiler
'W Oran . r chi ird El I lon he ;nb -r
ttiry! Itii m st hrave h,-+n a .silly. ''al
thar, wobblledI in ar t hunriJ tit in" for
1b- miirer-- that blaz-edt h tl- rail,a -
terVwards n r din ito, a to -r-alled-' puble
"IZIRDN IS A
Says flock City, Ala, Bentleman, Afta
Having Biven 1t Conscientious Trial.
Ziron is a ne w scientific combination o
pure, inorganic, official, U. S. P'harmnaco
pela iron, with the hrypophtos phitesof li
and soda and other valuable tonic intgrcd
fents, recotmmiended by the best miedica
authorities in thc treatment of anemi
Ziron helps to put iron into your bloot
and this ihel[ps to build strength for you
when you arc pale, weak, nervouts, de
Recad what Mr. Sidtney Fry, of Roc
City, Ala., says, and then try Ziiron. If
makes the fol lowintg statement:
"Somcthinig over a week ago I user
Ziron for the first time. I was trouble
with inmdigestion and had a spell of weak
ness. Ziron helped both troutbles. I fe'
stroniger andt imy stomatch qutit hutrtinig.
really feel that Z.iron is a good mecdicin<
It surely helped me.''
Youtr druitsiit will scll you Zirron on
giuranttee thiat if the first bottle does nit
imenef it you, lie will reland the umoney yo
(Get a bottle of Ziron today!
Your Blonr1 Nencds
Opera Hiouse Saturday.
road. A crow, as we, all know, is a
fine civil engineer andi would never
have m'ade. that long, hard pull. With
-.idre!ariness andl its ioneliness Dou
ble, Biranch hill has always been a
night-mare to the, women folks who
travelledi it and to the mothers who
s..nt children Into L~aurens to school.
Whe.n a dashing downpour of rain
wwul comie the mothersi out this .way
would say, "I Just know this rain has
(.aught the! children In ifouble Branch
hill" which meant they would have to
tako the rain as there was no house!
for them to stop and try.
Forne of us oleler one~s asby andi
girlsi, rodle Into Laurmensi horseback to
lschool. .\emory brings up the scene
as hre of usi cantore-d down tha"t hill
onef bright .ipring mnorning. A:4 thfere
h li l bie-n a hardl rain ri-in the nigwh:
w- hard e-xpoe-t(el thr- streami to b)( 1!s
tJ wXP wPere not bplrep~ar--d to sr- suIIch.
a, ru i ngiiv of inarbly wa,,ts-rs. Th-r- was
nir br ifri" thf-n,. so if --f vot to th'.
ote 0; i r-l A f, it wolld bv throw0h Ilha!
seetin~ steam Wo h(-ld a .onnll;
)f' -*,ar aned Walte-r Iri irfor to go ,wro!ss
first ,nel :+ ifth r wa ny ruick
-atI , ; i llh hor'-e4s w-oull ha';- to vi
anl) ;f 'A w.oll b)( en1tirely s f for 11:,
Do><. oldl W%*A,'le Ilkvurigens whose( tragwie
cle-ath, wble 1 tf l in ?h,. b)o;; ay of
life, can ~ Ct- l ;ow. to ma',ny ea ts
Thepicureof hini tha. is oftfen plaiin
r ) to Inl-, i s h1;is IauI1)1ng1 fa,1 f-.-as hI
Ilokr d ba ck o v - r h is shuie Sa ,.jI( ,-t !s
anrd sair, "('omo on in girls, the wa
t(r's finv."- We* got saeyacross, buit
i l r i s ti.Alled now. if i were to sev
thref- youngpepl rifle into such .'a
11-r asi w%# dlhl that la , I w ul tl ha f.
[!ra11( dioubpt' of thef:r. s..nlity.
h in kory wit s anh
Offrin n indued onrdaube iran
h11 ne ai engomr <md forl anrer
have :nd that l)t or whidh all. Wihr
nivht-ware to he woedls h
Ihn a dashging adwtninur on thain
iwuldn oe onhy motw u tis way
would y "ewd just ito nthi rain fa:
algh prhienthile In; iarane oranch
hill, wichn' mant hey would have bton
tukr :.hn rin a ther kidlae nof he
fobr thero andi an dry.utassfea
i'of hius ldr nie as snow and
Hd lik a bea in th en jnlosr'ofc Atro
caol heryw hu iing p did "eo sc.,
s' .\hirte Ofi a how'isrl o i a ll?
oas one ofh thep lo asannt.est t erng
wehad ' ;vrctmr the run.an t i(
Wo't wir e nto goo~, aelmtos tor be
true, to i2 thn wo ifn go. etL thei
a ~ f ;rir, uom t 'nji ti', am i whn weha
r nt to an up ta idemonstrad'dton (k
1h:Muarina o(r to the Gyany Sith
meni, e woill noii ha v toi say, i'd
liar ton gobtr u'gs ther' tla Lu
rt.hod i in thh o prgso onf
Allfe, haisd indeed beei, n ifted lifeus
rseem to beir iah lat ing mor',ik aivine
ithat. acku ir~ul hLirn hhle aonp
ato thed '(hingme arn glad thoret w
the goodoold riays."
I iii sti.tien fl "Ai I were K A s'
'to 1P 1 in gy, if t hrn bes inote.n
rmodi;:. h ine drif a i.lifrii one
whe th In rki inelil;d on he jurfe
ii of ;' hol w.er mnd givesfu a c'oint
, lighTo bew. when1 frmolde. u
i I ir t -ancouragemen ii gt lf men whrcO
I rei pir' ao gin'a t hemselves h~r
un ins whe nn the ilLii aon sfi'tas
uiui ni''ly frr'ofoliih, the' i e th a n irha<
I atidrThs whoir Ineve mi e istk
are Longer for
Advance shipments of Society
Brand spring suits show a pre
ponderance of 31I -inch coats.
And some are 32 inches.
You are respectfully urged to
come in and see the new styles
received this week. You will
find them authoritative, the fab
rics all-wool, of pleasing pat- *
terns, and the quality of their
construction the very best. . &artety Braub
A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE
arm andS fo ale
WNe are nIow offering for sale some very fine Farims in good communities. Now
is the time to buy a nice home or make a safe investment. Read the list
below and see how you would like to own som-le of this property.
1 I:2 ne1-res inl the (ity of Iaiu-eins. The d. Q. Brown fariml with a 98 itres at. Ilarksdale Statiou.
ri-h-,rw imm it goofd pasture, nice, nlow S-room rsC5idenc two Five-hor-se fari-imi with new dwell
I to: i nd new dw elI - ilek(s froimi Iiaiuren s ')I top soil in. I I an, tenan1t house. plenty of
1' .uil. This l.he W. 1'. rowt l. This is i part of ti e II ,. Y. wo(I and good past m re. IPrice
I I: hne- aid is klnwn as the d. Simpson land and the price is $175 $175 an aere. This is the ). EI
\ l .\ irsn pla-e. an,1 aiere. Todd farmil.
21! -res, one miie. of Ora. 94 75 acres near Watts Mills. Two- 73 aeres with two-horse farim in
rr1s .l fine pastore. ix-horse horse farm, knowni as the Can'non Cultivation, one tenant house. This
m in aniutivat ion, well timbhered dpiee. at $75 an acre. is a part. of the II. A. Cooper place.
and ilings 'c ph-te for all pur- 110 acres, a three-horse farm. , Prive $40 a acere.
pow's. Prive $8,5 n :vre. near Tylersville. Price, $125 an 96 acres with new dwelling antid
il I aeres. 2 1-2 mii les of C l I nt oil, aere. This is lenown as tie Mirl- pieity tintiber linar La ng-stont
on Iinrei.i roaItd. 'Ihlrvee-horse farmut v in Sa adeirs home. chiurch110 and school. Price, $410 an
in (.1ltivat i uionl. istlre and run1- 1:35 .teres, a t-hree-ho-se fiari, aere.
inig i wateir. Kniowi as the Robert with all good buildipugs. Price $100 141 acres, one mile front Trinity
-WIham hom per aere. Known as thle Reid Blake- Ridge school. This is a part of t'he
79 acres, 7 miles of! Im it rens, 1'y hoimne. A. H1. AMtrtin estate. Price $60 an
$2.500. 35 acres, one-horse farm, at city aere.
-10 aeres with good houise and )arn limits of Iurens. Ideal dairy 75 nte res good, level, sandy loam
near Warrior Creek chureh at $75 fa rmn. Price, $7,000. Known as soil, a part of T. 'M. Shaw fa-n at
ani a(1le. the Boyson Myers place. $50 an acre.
We have a number of bargains that are not listed here* If you want a farm,
buy it thirough the Laurens Trust Company and get easy terms. If you
want to sell your property, list it with us. W e will find a buyer.
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See D.. TODD or E. R. BLAKELY