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THE IHM.I, OF IIONOIt.
Names of Pupils in i,aureus Uradcd
Schools Who Have Attained nn
Average of no or ?t?r.
The honor roll for the second month
naming the pupils of the city schools
who have made a general average, in
cluding deportment and attendance,
of 90 per cent, or over for the second
scholastic month, is as follows:
First Grade? William Anderson.
Druco Counts, Herman Croat. Julian
Davenport, CaJ>eII Oarrett, (Wenn
Hairston, Dorroh Hairston. William
Lake. Robert McCuen, Nash Phil pot.
Hoyd Hay, Pinekney Simmons. Uoy
Moore, Mary Blnckwell, Algull Foo
Bhee, FrnnccH Hudgens, Junnlta
Second Grade Margaret Wright,
liattle Watson, Laurie Emmie Dial.
John Hudgens, Martha Rarksdale,
Margaret Taylor. Martha Franks,
Mary Taylor, Julia Young, Lewis Hop
Third Grade?Thomas K. Hudgens,
Hilda Hundrick. Amy Wolff. Elizabeth
Fourth Grade?Frances Davis, .lean
Dodson. Cecil Roper, Sarah Dolt.
Fifth Grade?Mary Durton, Huttle
Gray, Dorothy Hudgens, Inez llnd
gens, Alice Ledford, Elizabeth Mose
ley, Louise Simmons. Virginia Simp
son, Nlta Snoddy. Eda Snoddy, Lllla
Todd, Lucia Featherstone. Mary Mar
tin. Joe Ann Montolth, Eugenia Nieh
olls. Martha Owings, Cat'llse Dial,
.lames McCravy. Irvine Nabors.
Sixth Grade lohn Pitts, llayne
TKylor, Gussic Miller, Brucie Owinns.
Carolyn Roper, Mary Wllkes.
Seventh Grade?Edwin Moseloy,
Clarence Nelson. .lohn Tumbllll,
Grady Wasson, Turplu Crout, Anna
Prentiss. Theresa Shaver. Amelia
Todd. Cnthleen Wllkes,
Eighth Grade?Eugene Burnett, Tom
Lake, Agatha Heid. Mary Posey, Helen
Ninth tirade Rebecca Dial. Mar
guerite Tolbei't, AllUWCe Watson.
Tenth Grade Vatea Brown, Clara
s. L. Richardson is in the Lexington
county jail on the charge of defraud
ing several banks,
Where Mullets Flew.
David Parker, of Fayotte, X. v.. a
Veteran of the civil war. who lost a
foot at Gettysburg, says. "The good
Electric Hitters have done is worth
more than live hundred dollars to me.
I spent much money doctoring lor a
bad ease of stomach trouble, to little
purpose. I then tried Electric Hitters,
and they cured me. I now take them
as a tonic, ami they keep me strong
and well." 50 eel is at the Laurens
Drug Company and the Palmetto Drug
The Baptist Stale Convention is to
tie in session (his week at Union.
The Sixtieth Congress of the Culled
States opened Monday at 12 o'clock.
Counhs that are tight, or distressing
tickling coughs, get quick ami certain
help from Dr. Shoop's Cough P.emedy.
On account of this Druggists every
where are favoring Dr. Shoop's Cough
Remedy. And it is entirely free from
Opium. Chloroform, or any other stu
pefying drug. The tender leaves of
a harmless lung-healing mountainous
shrub give to Dr. shoop's Cough Rem
edy its curative properties. Those
leaves have the power to calm the
most distressing Cough, ami to soothe,
and heal the most sensitive hronchital
membrane. Mothers should, for safe
ty's sake alone, always demand Dr.
Shoop's. It can with perfect freedom
lie given to even the youngest babes.
Test if yourself, ntld see! Sold by
Palmetto Drug Co,
First Officeholder What is your fa
vorite quotation? Second Officehold
er?-One good term deserves another.
The old fashioned way of dosing a
weak stomach, or stimulating the
Heart or Kidneys Is all wrong. Dr.
Shoop first pointed out this error.
This is why bis prescription- Dr.
Shoop's Restorative h rllrcctod en
tin ly to Hi" cuum! of the^e ailments
the weak in hie 01 controlling nerves,
It isn't so diOleull, ays Dr. HllOO|i, to
Strengthen a weak stomach. Heart,
or Kidneys, if fine goos at it correctly.
Fach Inside orr.au has its controling
or inside nerve. When these nerves
fall, then those organs must surely
falter. These \*||n.l truths are lead
ing druggists everywhere to dispense
and recommend Dr. Shoop's Restora
tive. Test ii a few days, and see1
Improvement will promptly and sure
ly follow. Sold by the Palmetto Drug
A man who has no sympathy for
Others is not a man
Why pay more when you can net.
not only 00 line large cups of Dr.
Shoop's Health Coffee from a r.x cents
package hut a Coupon on a cents
silvered "No-Dfip" Coffee Strainer
besides? Look for the Coupon I
put them in now. The satisfaction
Is. besides mosi perfect. Sold by
.1. M. Phllpot.
Did you ever see ;i woman offer to
pay street cm- fare before the con
ductor reached for it?
How tine Doctor Kucccxsfull) Trents
"in treating pneumonia," says Dr.
W. .1. Smith, of Sanders, Ala', "the
only remedy I use for the lunns is
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. While.
w?0f course, I would (real other symp
toms with different medicines. I have
used this remedy many times in my
medical practice mid have y,| failed
to find a case where ii has not con
trolled the trouble. I have used it
myself, as has also my wile for coughs
and colds repeatedly, and I most will
ingly and cheerfully recommend It as
superior to any other cough remedy
to my knowledge." For sale by (lie
Lumens Drue; Coiupam
ill Health ix More Expensive Than'
Tills country is now filled with peo
ple who migrate across the continent
In nil directions seeking that which
gold cannot hay. Nine-tenths of them
are Buffering from throat and
lung trouble or chronic catarrh re
sulting from neglected colds, and
spending fortunes vainly trying to re
gain lost health. Could every suffer
er but Undo the past and cure that
first neglected cold, all this sorrow,
pain, anxiety and expense could have
been avoided. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy Is famous for Its cures of
colds, and can always be depended
upon. Cse It and the more serious
diseases may bo avoided. For sale
by the Laurens Drug Company.
.Marring gives one woman the ex
clusive right to lind fault witli man.
There is no harm in a man's posing
as a genius H' lie is self-supporting.
For Eczema, Tetter ami Suit Hlieuui.
The Intense itching characteristic
of these ailments is almost instantly
allayed by Chamberlain's Salve.
Many severe cases have been cured
by it. For sale by Laurens Drug Co.
The little a man wants here below
he usually wants above the ordinary.
AN OPEN LETTER.
I'n the Editor of The Advertiser, and
I want the People of Laurens to
Know that 1 Write the follow iim
voluutarily.?Harry L. (ioodiei.
i have suffered for the past five
years and have* tried different doctors,
hut have had no relied until I bought
a ."?<? cent box of Mi-o-na from our
drug store t R. \V. Knowlton's) here a
short time ngo.
The first box did me so much good
that I immediately purchased another
one. and now I feel better than I have
at any time in the past live years. Am
able to eat anything and everything,
and get a good night's sleep after
Was so had at one time that all I
was able to eat for over a mouth was
a raw egg in half a glass of milk, two
or three limes a day.
I would earnestly advise anyone
suffering as I was from dyspepsia, to
give this remedy a fair trial. I re
main, gratefully yours. Harry L.
Qoodiol, No. 9Mi River St.. Astabula,
THE BEST OF
Cookies, Tarts, Pies and Pastry come
from Bennett's Bakery, so Santa Clans
says, and surely he ought to know. For
this coming Christmas we have made
unusual preparations to supply all our
friends with delicacies of all kinds.
Our Fruit Cakes arc ideal, while we
have every kind of other cakes equally
good. We now have a lot of (rood
cake made up for sale.
? V ?
J. S. BENNETT.
100 acres near Park Station $:"><) per
acre, terms easy.
75 acres Ii miles of l aurens C. II.
Ol) Milton road $2,000.
The Dr. Colman house and lot on
North Harper for sale or exchange for
T. K. Hudgens house and lot B, Main
street at a bergain.
Hou:*e and lot on Hampton street.
The prettiest oak lawn, well set in
Srass, with best up-to-date concrete
Welling with 15 rooms and halls, very
finely finished inside, can throw three
rooms into one if desired. The most
comfortable house in the South, and
most artistic and well adapted for any
The Switzer farm, 236 acres, on easy
The James T. Brownleo tract 82 3-4
Fine livery stable on Mill street, very
low and one-half cash.
10 lots of in acres each in 1-4 mile of
Walts Mills at a bargain.
26 acres at Parks station. 2dwellings
and many outbuildings and very fine
200 acres near Lisbon for sale or reut, !
the Teague farm.
Three hundred and fifty ac res, :! miles
from town, half in fine timber, $15.00
The G. E. Putman or Roland place at
The prettiest place in Fountain Inn
at a bargain.
95 acres near Watts Mills. Come
quick or it will bo gone.
85 acres known as Ola Spoon farm, '.i
miles west of Laurens ('. IL, $800.
302 acres in two tracts, on Duncan's
creek, near Garlington station.
174 acres and fine mill and tenant
house J mile Lanford station.
146 acres near Ware Shoals, finely
improved and in high state cultivation.
923-4 acres near Tumbling Shoals,
high state cultivation, with six-room
132 acres between Laurens and Clin
ton at a bargain.
We have, that magnificent farm
known as the Van Robertson farm,near
Waterloo, 244 acres at a bargain, and
very easy terms.
313 acres near Waterloo, the Amanda
500 acres near Stomp Springs, the
best bargain of them all.
One six-room house and lot on Flem
ing street at a bargain.
97 acres, the Boyd farm at Boyd's
Mill, $1000; one-half cash.
Complete ginning outfit 2A miles of]
town, guaranteed 25 per cent on in
200 town lots.
50 houses and lots at a bargain.
Come and see us for any kind of real
estate city or country.
Anderson & Blakely
West Mail. St. LAURENS. S. C.
You will always find a full
stock of HEAVY GROCERIES
at lowest prices.
Flour all grades from the best
Second Patent to the finest made
?Henry Clay ?all purchased be
fore the advance.
Try a can of out nice New
Orleans Syrup for 50c and GUC.
Good Roast Coffee s lbs. for $1.
Finest Mocha and Java :? lbs. $1.
Rest Green Coffee, 10 lbs. $1.
Red Rust Proof Seed Oats 76c
Tennessee Turf Oats 75c per
Seed and Barley at $1.26
3 lbs. of good sun dried Apples
Rig lot of full Cream Cheese at
retail or wholesale.
Nice lot of Pic-nic Hams at IOC
A full line of Tobacco, Cigars
and Cheroots to suit all taste.
Several sizes of Sisal RopO in
IS lbs. of Granulated Sugar for
Horse and Mule Shoe.-., all sizes,
Use Pratts Stock Powders.
NOTICE TO < 10 IHTOKS.
All persons holding claims tigalust
the estate of Pormclin Franks, deceas
ed, are hereby notified and required
to establish them beton- mo al it refer
once to be held at my olllce on the 17th
day of December, noxt, or they will be
forever bar rod,
Given under III} band and KOlll this
20th day of November. Phis.
0, <;. Thompson, ?Seal?
I 7- II. JltdgO Probate.
Dr. King's New ?JfePills
Tho bost in tho world.,
On Partiell Payments.
A small amount clown and a little each
month will soon
Buy a Diamond
You will have it paid for before you
know it, and with the money you
would have thrown away.
You know the quality and the weight
of the Diamond you buy from us.
We sell the best and at rea
sonably low prices.
I have found a tried and tested euro tor Rhen,
mutism! Not a remedy thnt wilt straighten the
distorted limbs of chronic cripples. HOI turu bony
growths back to flesh again, Tlmt is impossible.
But I can now suroly kill tho pains und pangs of
this deplorable diseuse.
In Germany?With a Chemist in tho City o(
Dannstadt?I found the lust Ingredient with
which Ur. Shoop's Kheunmtic Remedy was made
a perfected, dependublo prescription. Without
that last Ingredient, I successfully treated many,
many cases of Rheumatism; but now, at last, It uni
formly cures all curable cases of this heretofore
much dreaded disease. Those sand-like granular
wastes, found in Kheunmtic Blood, seem to dissolve
and pass away under the action of this remedy as
freely as does sugar when added to puro water.
And then, when dissolved, these poisonous wastes
freely pass from the system, arid the cause of
Rheumatism Is gone forever. There Is now no
real need?no actual excuse to sutler longer with
out help. We sell, and in confidence recommend
PALMETTO DRUG CO.
Tetter, Sail Rheum ami Eczema
? ?? t '? : Chzniibcrlnhrufinhc. Oncnppltci
i ? !? vc ihc ilchhi;; and hurnhiu sensation
Scarlet Twills Medic tu '..
White Wool Twills.
Piaiii alt w >ol yard wide in while.
. \:: . heavv vavd wide Cotton Fleece.
Ladies black ti
Misses' fine tibi
Hovs' heav\ ril
Ladies sec. .el .ir.u w.r/.o wool ::\ :-ep.c
Ladies' white tleeced cotton ribbed.
Children's Cnion Suits.
Ileavv lleeced Shcliand Suits and Drawers for Men. ?
W. G. WILSON & COMPANY S
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The Life of rlrs. C. H. Green of Boston Saved by
Read what Mrs. Green says:?"I wish to write yon to let
you know that' Bloodine' has saved my life and cured ine
from a long st.uuling female weakness, from which the leading
Boston physiciana said ! ild never recover, 1 find for
womb affections, periodical sufferings and the general lassitude
resulting, will quickly disappear after a few doses of ' Blood
im.-.' It h.is really done more for mo than I could express in a
letter and 1 can recommend it to all women suffering from
female diseases. Blooding costs l".it BOo a bottle. Bloodino
Ointment cures [telling and Bleeding Piles) 00c a box. Sold
on a positive guarantee l>y
DR. B. P. POSEY,
Laurens, S. c\
Simpson, Cooper ?S: Bnbb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all Slate Courts,
prompt attention given to all business
If you are in need of a nice Monti
ment for loved ones 1 am prepared to
furnish it to you at very reasonable
prices, See me.
I. WADE ANDERSON. Laurens. S. C.
&r.n:<xit KsnaJBOffiM ?*?i?ava M?WRrcsfW^fc
s w,th gk King's
3 \i..;'L? V.','J3 Trl.il Bottle Free|
I and au throa] aw > lung trouble
Nob. money hejuhded.
McCord, the Piano Man
Can sell you any kind of Piano. You take no risk in buying' of
him. Every Piano is warranted. The Pianos come direct From
the" factory to the purchaser, saving much cost and making the
Lowest Price Possible
If you do not play tin: Piano, buy a Player Piano, it will execute
the music by the most renowned composers as skillfully as the
expert musician. Old upright pianos may he exchanged for Play
er Pianos. Recent purchasers: Mr. D. 1). Dixon, Mr. J. R, Fuller,
Mr. J. L. Boyd, Mi-. I,. P. Nelson, Dr. J. I,. Donnon, Mr. K K
Chapman, Mi*. \V. Clinton Babb.
Write for catalogue or call.
WE WILL. SAVU YOU MONIiY.
i )R(iAN JiARCiAINS
For quick sale. Terms to suit the purchaser. One Lyon & Healy
0 octave Piano Organ, only $75.00. One WilcOX and White chapel
Organ, good for a school, $45.00. One Sterling Organ $35.00.
One Kindergarten Organ $48.00. One Standard Organ $25.00,
New and attractive Organs at prices to satisfy you.
L. A. McCORD
The Piano Man.
Laurens, S. C.