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I THE HONOR ROLL *
Following is the honor roll of the
city schools for the eighth scholastic
First Grade?Robert Alken, William
Anderson. Bruce Counts. Ilerrinau
Crout, Furman Frady, Cabell Garrett,
(ilynn Hairston, Dorroh Hairs ton,
William Hake. Boyd Ray Lawsen. Rob
ert McCuen, Baton Nichols. Pinkney
Simmons. Mary Blackwell, Olga Foo
shce. Ruble Nabors, Kittle Most-ley.
Anna Sullivan, I.ois Taylor, J?anita
Second Grade .Martha Barksdale,
Mildred Counts, Helen Dodson. Mary
Taylor, Margaret Taylor. Margaret
Wright. Louise Dendy, Henry Franks,
Willie Dendy, .lohn Hudgens, Ezell
Holder, William Parks. Frank Posey,
Martha Franks. Virginia Cray.
Third Grade -Cecil Boyd. Thornwell
Dunlap, Russell Flanders, W. P. Shea
ley, Margaret Bray. Hilda Bundrick,
Virginia Sullivan. Amy Wolff. Eliza
Fourth .tirade Mary Sullivan. Hen
ry Lawrence. Frances Davis, .lean
?OdSOn, Hester Cooper. Cecil Roper.
Fifth Grade .Mary Burton, Inez
Hudgens, Elizabeth Moseley, Louise
Simmons. Hugh Aiken, Wilkes Dendy.
Herbert Sullivan. Mary Martin. Joe
Ann Monteitb, Eugenia Nichols. Car
Sixth Grade Hayne Taylor. Gussic
Miller, Mamie Austin. Julia Henderson.
Carol Roper. Brucie Owings, Hattie
Simpson, Mary Wilkes.
Seventh Grade?Turpin Crout, Anna
Prentiss, Edwin Moseley, Theresa
Shayer, Amelia Todd, Roy Martin.
Clarence Nelson. Cathleen Wilkes.
Eighth Grade- Leon Dodson, Done
las Featherstone, Agatha Reid, i.ou
Helle Fowler. Winnie .leans. Mary Co
ney. Helen Sullhan.
Ninth tirade Ruth Brown. Reheccsi
Dial, Marguerite Tolhert.
Tenth Grade Yates Brown, Clara
Davenport, Mary Teague, Imogen
Wilkes, Pearl ( lardy.
First tirade Willie Bradshaw,
Clyde Gosnell, Joe McGregor, Charlie
Motto, Raymond Smith. Eva Duffey,
Eunice Gosnell, Lucy Lanham, Allie
Martin. Ante Martin. Lillie Bell Riddle.
Second Grade Allan Bolter, Palmer
Bragg, Marshall Maddox. Lee McOul
lotlgh, Walter Kerr. Horace Mont joy.
Madge Chapman. Fly Frady, Hattie
King. Ruth Riddle. Julia Rivers. Flor
ence Rodgcrs, Blanche Walker.
Third Grade -Annie Eunice Hawk
ins. Dene Lcdford, Ruth Gosnell, Win
Fourth Grade?Maud Martin, Ella
Maud Putnam. Onivia Riddle. Allie
Snoddy, James Blakeley.
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"The most merciless enemy I had
tor 20 years." declares Mrs. James
Duncan, of Hnynesvllle, Me., "was
dyspepsia. I suffered intensely after
eating or drinking anil could scarcely
sleep. After many remedies had
failed ami several doctors gave me
up, I tried Electric Bitters, which
cured nie completely. Now I can
eat anything. I am To years old
and am overjoyed t<> k<i my health
back again." For Indigestion. Loss
of Appetite, Kidmy Trouble. Lame
Back. Female Complaints It's une
iiualed. Only liUC at l.aurens Drug
Co.. Palmetto Drug Co.
it may be handy n> throw scraps
out of the kitchen door or window,
but it makes a nuisance of the chick
ins. They loaf around the back door
waiting for a few crumbs, and do not
grow so fast as they would ranging
the green fields.
This is a more dnugoroiis disease
than is generally presumed. It will
he a surprise to many to learn that
more deaths result from ii than from
scarlet fever. Pneumonia often re
sults from it. ChnmhorlAln's Cough
Remedy has been used in many epi
demics of whooping COUgh, and ii III
ways with the liest results. D Iber!
McKelg of Harlan. Iow a, says of It i
"My boy look Whooping cough when
nine months old. lie had it ill Ilic
winter. I g<?< a bntilo of Chamber
lain's Cough Remid) which proved
rood. I cannot recommend |( ion
highly.*! For sale I? tli? l.aurens
Kerosene is a splendid aid III HiO
cleaning of windows. Into a basin
phi two tabb spoonfuls of kerosene
and two of water. Wash wllh a Soft
'loth and dry with newspaper.
This process will remove Hy-specks
from both glass ami jiflliil heller than
"nter and soap do. and leaves (he
gHiss with a belief polish.
Forced Info Kxile.
Wm. Cpchurch. of Glen Orik, Okln
was an exile from home. Mountain
air. be thought, would cure a fright
ml lung racking cough that had de
fied Itll remedies for two yeat Af
ter six mouths he returned, dead
dogging bis steps. " I I.en I Im can to
use Dr. Klhg's New Discovery*" he
writes, "and After taking six botfleS
1 am aa well as ever." it saves
(hftusAftdfl yearly from desperate lunft
discuses. Infallible for Coughs ivikl
Colds, it dispels Hoar CtlCSS and So! e
Throat, cures Grip, Bronchitis. Hem
orrhages, Asthma. Croup. WhOOpllIK
couch. f>oc and $Loo. trial boith
free; gun ran iced i>> I .anreiht Drug
Co., nlniAlto Drug Co.
M\ Neighbor's Hens.
My neighbor's hens delight to come
And make a morning call:
III fact their chosen roosting place
is on my garden wall.
And every time my back is turned
They come with skip uml bound,
And do the buck and wing upon
My newly planted ground.
They like to wander in my paths.
And while the bouts away;
And you see their land, it is so plain
At sunrise every day.
And you see their laud, it is so plain.
And mine so superfine,
That ihey prefer to leave their own
And roam around mini'.
My neighbor's hens I'd sorely miss
If they should move away;
You sec they undeilak? to change
My scenery every day.
And then, if they should fail to come.
I'd glow so good the live
This earth would he no place for me.
I'd surely have to die.
Voting t.'irls Are Victims
of headache, ns well as older women,
hut all get tpiiek relief and prompt
cute from Dr. King's New Life Pills,
the world's host remedy lor sick and
nervous headaches. They make pure
hlood and strong nerves and huihl up
your health. Try them. 25c at
Laurens l>rug Co., Palmetto Drug Co.
There ought to he a rest room for
the farmers' wives in every town.
One 1 visited recently has lunch tit
hies, couches, and playthings for the
children, and is free to all women.
Any country woman will understand
what a convenience such a room is
after a long drive. The town should
look after its country friends.
\ Scalded Hoy's Shriek*
horrified Ills grandmother. Mrs. Maria
Taylor, of .Who. |<y? who writes that,
when all thought he woulddie. Bltck
len's Arnica Salve wholly cured him.
Infallible for Burns, Scalds. Cuts.
Corns. Wounds and Bruises, Cures
Fever-Sores. i toils. Skin Lruptions.
Chilblains, Chapped Hands ami soon
touts Piles. 25c at Laurens Drug
Co., Palmetto Ding Cd.
One reason why we don't get our
wall paper to stay on is because we
<lo not cook the starch when we make
it. It ought to he made with boiling
\\at< r. stirred all the time till it looks
good and smoth. If you dissolve an
ounce of powdered alum to every
two pounds of Hour you use. that will
make the starch better.
Do It Now.
Now is the time to get rid of your
your rheumatism. You can do so
by applying Chamberlain's Liniment.
Nine cases out of ten are simply mus
cular rheumatism due to cold or
damp, or chronic rheumatism, and
yield to the vigorous application of
this liniment. Try It. You are cer
tain to he delighted with the quick
relief which it affords. Sold hy the
Latin ns I>rug Company.
floillg to do any papering this sea
son? Don't put the new paper right
on OVI r the old |>ee| oC every hit of
Iba old you call. Wet the wall with
a brush lo soften the old paper, scrape
Off the last hit you can. and then put
on the new paper.
For a hum or scald apply Cham
ber Iain's Salve. It will allay the
pain almost instantly and quickly
heal the injured parts. For tile by
I .an r? us I Irug t o.
Farmer Jone'S was pleased as Punch
when he heard his SOU was being
taught fencing at college, bill when
he saw tin- small Instruments used
in the Instrucion, his pleasure gave
way to disgust.
biliousness ami ( nnsfi|iution.
For years I was troubled with bil
iousness and constipation.which made
life miserable for inc. M.v appetite
failed me. 1 lost my usual force
and vitality. Pepsin preparations
and cathartics only made matters
WOrsC. I do not know where I
should have been today had I not
tried Chninberlnin'U Stomach and
Liver Tablets. The (ablets delleve
the ill feeling nl once, strengthen the
digestive functions, purify lln stom
ach, liver and hlood. helping the sys
tem to do its work naturally. Mrs.
Itosa I'otis. Birmingham, Afti. These
tablets are for stile hy the Laurens
In a horse deal with thy neighbor,
.*, ich lookine I'm Hm
animal, do not nogieel t<> ibeiilioii the
plllll on thine own. ale! tints thou
< luiiiihcrlnlll's Liuluiriil.
iis j| ein'e for chronic mid muscular
rhcunifliisht. and lor the reliel from
pain which it affords in acuie lullnni
alorv rheumatism. 'I hose who hlivt
used it have in\nrinh!> HpOKeil Of ii
in the highesl terms of praise Lame
hack, lallte shoulder and Hill' neck
arc due to rheumatism of the mus
cles, usually brought on by exposure
10 cold or damp, ami are quickly
cured by applying this liniment freely
and massaging the alle, led parts.
Soreness of Ute muscles, whether In
duced b.V \ lolcni cm reise Of lh.inry.
is allayed hy this liniment, lor sale
hy Laurens Drug Co.
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Real Estate Offerings
2.7 acres land, bounded by lands of
J. 11. Wells. Thomas Hurts, and others
with the room dwelling, good out
buildings; near Kkom. Price $!."> per
One lot at Watts Mills, with seven
room cottage, 200 feet front and KU)
feet deep, with meat market. Price
Some valuable property in town of
Clinton. Nine business lots on Hroad
street, ranging in price from $500 to
$1,200 per lot. Two lots fronting on
Musgrove street. $300 each. One
beautiful building lot fronting Mus
grove street, price $2,000. One lot
with beautiful residence fronting on
Musgrove street, price $3,500. See
me early if you wish to purchase, this
is an exceptional opportunity.
1."o acres land, one-half mile of Dial
church, with a handsome dwelling. '.\
tenant houses and good outbuildings,
Come quick if you want this place.
Price ?.">?) per acre.
.">2 acres of land just outside of the
corporate limits of the town of Gray
Court, with one tenant house. Price
$50 per acre.
Two acre lot in the town of Gray
Court, with 7 room dwelling, nicely
located. Price $2,500.
One business lot, tin feet front. 150
feet deep, in town of Gray Court.
One lot at Watts Mills. 250 feet front
by 70 feel deep. 1 room cottage and
out buildings. Price $1,000.
One lot at Watts Mills containing
2 acres. Price $200.
ss acres of html near Dramlctt's
church, bounded by lands of W. P.
Harris and Jno. BurdettO. Seven
room dwelling, 2 tenant houses, good
barn and out buildings. Price $20
per acre. r
One t room cottage, with hall and
2 porches, vn | Qarllngton avenue.
Price $1,150. \ \
1 in acres oNJand hounded by
Will Martin and Garret! lands, seven
room dwelling, 2 tenant houses, good
barn and out buildings. Price $25
NO acres hounded by lands of Y.
C. Heliums and Mitchell Owens, in ::
miles of I.aureus: 2 dwellings and
out buildings. Price $:'.."> per acre.
Ill acres bounded by lands of .left
Davis and Herbert Martin; :! good ten
ant houses, and good barn. Price
$."?0 per acre.
tH acres land near Owings Station
bounded by land of .lohn Jones and
Tom Brainletl with dwelling and out
buildings price $35.00 per acre.
ion acres land near Hanford Stat
ion bounded by lands of Duff Patter
son. James Paterson and others with
dwelling and ?'? Tenant houses Price
$35.00 per ac re. r
(".."> acres of land, with dwelling, good
barn and out-buildings, near Owings.
Price 0'i; terms made easy.
29 acres land near Ihe incorporated
limits of the Town of Fountain Inn
bounded by lands of Hobt. Taylor, T.
K. Nelson, .lim Adams and others;
dwellings and out buildings. Price
$7."..OH per acre.
100 acres of land, with five room
dwelling. 3-room tenant bouse, good
out buildings, near Hickory Tavern.
Sullivan township. Price $15.00 per
3V6 acres of land in town of Lnn
ford. with five-room dwelling. Price
59 acres of land in town of l.anford,
with tenant lions, at $50.00 per acre.
One lot at Laurens Mills, with well
and 2 brick chimneys. Price $.!.'.<?.
8fi acres of land in one mile of the
town of Cray Court, with two dwell
lugs. Price $-10 per acre.
52 acres of land in town of Gray
Court, dwelling and outbuildings.
Price $50 per acre.
348 lines of land near Habun Creek
Church, 8-room dwelling, three tenant
houses. Price $32.50 per acre.
211 acres of land in Hunter town
ship, bounded by lands of RiltUd Dim.
lap. Rebecca Christian and Geo. Craw
ford; 2 four loom cottages, good out
buildings, fine bottom lands, well tim
bered; no acres in cultivation. Only
$20 per acre.
GO acres in Dial township, hounded
by lands of Pink Heliums, Lndy Holt
ml R. C. W allace. Price $1,300.
108 acres of land in Greenville coun
ty. Butler township, bounded by lands
of Mary Snow, and Taylor and Orelgh
tOII place; known as the Thomas Den
nett place, on Knoreo river; si\ room
dwelling. 2 good tenant houses and
store building. Price $3,000.00.
115 ncres of land Dial's township,1
known as the old Wham's homestead,
with dwelling and out-buildings. Price
$27.50 per acre.
200 acres of land one mile of Dial's
church; 5 tenant houses per acre.
Terms made easy.
7 lots suitable for building purposes,
in the town of Simpsonville; prices
127 acres land in Sullivan township,
9 room dwelling, good out buildings, 1
tenant house. Price $30 per acre.
200 acres land, Waterloo township,
er. Price $2,600.00.
100 acres of hind in Youngs township,
11 room dwelling, two tenant bouses,
good barn. Price $2.250.
255 acres of land in Waterloo town- ;
ship, known as the .lohn Y. Boyd place
with dwelling and out-buildings. Price
547 acres land 1 miles of I.aureus, ;
bounded by lands Mrs. Burgess, Hob
Brown, Jno. Madden and others; G ten
ant houses; 7 horse farm in cultivation.
Will bC CUt into lots of 100 acres each.
Price !?2U per acre.
J. N. Leak
Real Estate, Stocksand Ponds. Gray Court, S. C.
Is the greatest incentive towards saving money.
When you find yottr money is earning something you
feel more like sa\ iiiV.
Interest, like?Nii^uch advertised remedy, "workswhile
We pay interest on saving's accounts from S: up, and
on cert ficatcs of deposit for 6 or :.? month's time.
Absolute safetv, liberality and courtesy our watch
Laurens, S. C.
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This Invites You
A cordial invitation is extended lo yon lo
deposit your funds with this bank -to transact
through us whatever business yon may have ?>l a
During the past yeai we hive added many
new names to our list of patrons. We desire your
business also, believeing we can st i ve you to your
THE BAN K 3^ LAU RENS
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Go to the McCord Studio for Fine Photos
and High Grade Portraits.
The very hist ntSuiial is used and the latest de
?2 signs in I'ohU-rs, Hangers and Cards arc supplied.
wrik Tlu prices are as Iowas is consistent with good work.
J? Come to see us, your patronage is appreciated.
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|Linene for Skirting |
^ The most durable cloth fot thi^ purposi at tin piio .
? ft spccial'article offered here .it
? Imvc numbers in India I.nun, everv nuinbet .1 bargain.
^ See the p> inch WliH^Peisian at
A A nice line of Sheet White I limit \ Chei I t :<>m
4k '1 he manufacturers have l iken patriotic pride naming
their Long Cloth, "< ?Id Cl<'i\" claiming ii has
stood the test of time while othci brands have
fallen into disuse. We ?>ffcr a limited quantity of
? The demand for I.ineti goods t<?r v/nisling and I irl
^ is steadily on the increase, ihe jJMaxoii fil>r< land
S. weai and tear of lh< htundn bCllcl than anv i?th<
tin cconoinv selecting it at
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P Buy now and gel Ihe best, $5.00. 9
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A good supply of Corn and hcav\ gro
?5* ceries, liest prices.
2 Laurens Wholesale Grocery Co.
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