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? THI; HONOR RULL ?
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Tho M*t of pn|iiis in tin> gruded
schools of this citv who have ? 11 :t < I * -
nn average <>f 1)5 per cont in scholar
ship, deportment und attendance dur
ing tho second scholastic month is os
First Grade George Alright, l.u>
jclus Hums, Monteitii Cnlno, Lorraine
IQooche, Mikoll Gilbert, Charles Hughes
"Waldo .Marlin, Henry Mo Lend, .lullait
"Walk !l\ Flora liounet, Marian Molt.
Knthrino Holt, Rosa Or.?y, llai'i'lettt?
|iUgllC8, Virginia Martin. Caroline
Iliinkln, Mnry Smyth, Lee Wutsoh,
Second tirade Uruco Counts. Wil
liam Lake. Itoberl McC'ui n, lloyd Law
son, Kston Nichols, Mary Rlnckwell,
Ii Junnltn WllkcH.
Third Grade Itoherl Lucas, Meaty
McLill, Frank Pose}', Calnia TengUO,
Martha Mai ksdale. Mildred Counts,
Harlan Crown, Louise Dondy, Laura
Kmily Dial. Martha Franks, Bern lee
Mong, Margare Wright.
Fourth tirade Uusscll Fhtndors,
Phoebe Fculherstono, Rebecca Lake.
Nora Nichols, Sophie Shuyor, Kll/.a
bcth Young, Strlekler Rnuklii.
Fifth Grade Mary Sullivan. Sarah
Molt. Ilntlio Sullivan. Alle Snoddy,
Irby Lawrence, I toy Taylor, Mnxc.v
Sixth Grade Itlanch Murr.s, in-/
Hudgciis, Louise Simmon/. I.llln Todd,
Hat tie Cray.
Seventh Grude Ruth Wlnn, Hayne
Tay lor, Caroline ItOpcr, Harriet simp,
son, Gtissic Milhr.
Ninth Grade Minnie .leans. Mary
Posey, Helen Sullivan, Azlle Woflford;
Tenth tirade Rebecca Dial, Margue
ite Tolbcrt, Alluwco Watson.
First Grude Charlie Motte, Lucy
Lnnhnm, Kate l-Justaro, Corn Aber?
Second Grade Clyde Gnsmll, Dor
roh Hulrstou, I'lva Robertson, I2vu Duf
fy, Kunicc (in- noil.
Fourth tirade Leon a Adams, Maud
Trippo, Winnie Trlppo, Ethel Council,
\ Scalded Roy's Shrieks
horrifies his grandmother, Mr Maria
Taylor, of Nebo, Ky ..who writes that
when all thought he would die. Muck
len's Arnica Salve wholly cured him.
Infallible for Hums, Scalds. Cuts.
Corns, Wounds am! Mruises. Cures
Fever-Sores. Roils, Skin Hruptions.
Chilblains, Chapped Hands. Soon
rout ; Piles. 2">c at the Laurens Drug
Company and the Palmetto Drug Co.
? When you pray, ask for what you
need, not for what you wain.
1)0YS KM.I,I D HKD 1MIIDS.
Citizen* Sits 1'iiclory Hoys II ring,
illg la Head Cardinal.
Coming im?, ilio cliy last Friday a
good townsman remarked to tlx.- re
porter thai ho had, on tho toad near
Walts mills, passed a group of young
hoys who w?ic returning from a bird
"Among I lie birds on their string",
? : i l hi . "I noticed ah Mhglish cardinal
commonl:> known ris the uul bird. To
shoot these hlri|s Is directly against I he
law. i have no idea thai the boys
know it Is ngainsl the law to teil 1 (his
"Will, how can stich practices he
Flopped?" askod the reporter.
"There is no use writing about this;
people don't take inttch notice of w rit
ten warnings, especially the hoys who
do such things. The only way Is to
ha\o them arrested and lined; that will
tench them and that is Hie only way"
The practice of shooting these
birds should by all means be stopped:
tho ollicors of the law cannot appre
hend till violators, unless the citizens
lend their ail. Why can hoi the Au
dubou society do some good work
along this line?
^ Ol NO I. UM \ IIM.DS TO DU ITH.
JIIss l.iila Henderson, Daughter ?t .Mr.
ami >l r.?*. II, I. Henderson.
After an Illness of about sis weeks,
Miss Litia, the fourth daughter of Mr.
and .Mrs. i'.. i.. Henderson of Mt. Gal
lagher, passed away at the faintly
home .Monday morning, November Sth.
on the following day the funeral ex
ercises, conducted by the pastor of
the deceased, Dev. <:. M. Sexton of
Greenville, and the Uov. .1; M. Dallas
of Ware Shoals, were held at Poplar
. Springs llaptlsi church with n large
concourse of fidenO.s and relatives in
Miss Henderson was ;i modest, re
fined young lady, a consecrated Chris
tian and loved and admired by an
extended circle ot4 friends who sin
cerely regret her death and truly
Sympathize with the bereaved family.
1 The deceased was a sister of Mrs.
j Wilmot Smith anil n helce of Mr. .las.
A. Clai'd.v and Mrs. t). Simmons, all
of this City, ami has a large family
connection throughout the county.
This distressing disease results
from a disordered condition of the
stomach, and can he cured by taking
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. Get free sample at Laurent
Drug Company's drugstore and try p.
DEATH OF A YOl NO 31 AN.
Willie 31c. Lungston son of Gio Late
Mr. Willie Me. Lnagston. the is
year old son oi the late G. litlgav
and .Mrs. Kllle Watts Langstoti, dle<:
at the homo oi ins uncle, Mr. .1.
Mnrvln Lungston. hear Lanfert!, and
was hurled In the Lunford Methodist,
Church cemetery on Saturday, Nov.
1J. A largo company of friends und
relatives iVcro present t<> pay n tri
bute <ii" r<-:.pitct to the methory of this
noble youth who was jitst verging in
tu manhood's estate when the cycle
of (hath claimed him and boi'0 his
spirit to that unknown country;
for the next weeR
Bargains !n the Ne=
cessities of Life.
Fine recleane 1 Red May
and Blue Stem Seed
We have now in store
500 barrels of Fresh Flour
which we are going to sell.
Best patent Flour, Copy
right or White c
Satin per bbl. *PO.ZO
Best second patent Flour,
Nonlyke or g? "7 C
Choice Hearey Red Rust
Fatten your Hogs we have
Bran and Shorts dj ^ O E
|Der sack -
Mill Feed per -?(\
sack - *Pl.OU
Rice Meal per
Rice Flour per <?| ^7 er
J. H. SULLIVAN
Laurens, S. C.
FZLLING the Best of Shoes at
reasonable prices together with
our excellent Shoe Service has
won for us the name of===
The Best Shoe Store in Town
Report may be hearsay, but if seeing is testi
mony, we stand ready to show you the Best
of Shoes with pleasing prices attached.
We should like to show you our Men's $4.00
and$ 5.00 Shoes, our Women's $4 and $3.50
Shoes, our SI.50 and $2.00 School Shoes:
We'd like to show you the good points in
these shoes, have you seen the new style
features, the splendid leathers and the artis
tic Shoe Making.
We want you to know exactly
what the "Best Shoe Store" can
do for vou in Fall Footwear. Tlav
we show vou?
R. E. Copeland
The Shoe Man,
Laurens, S. C.
Customers Shoes Shmed Free
The One Price .Shoe Store.
Er Tliis Store for stylish
0 Footwear in Edwin
& Clapp and Regal
This Store is the
home of Hart Schaff
ner 6: Marx fine
f? As a new comer to your city we want you to feel at home in our store as soon as possible, we want you to know the best
v.s .place to buy Clothing, Mats and Shoes. We will be pleased to have vou come in any day and inspect our stock, let us get ac
w quainted w ith you and you with us.
Visit Tribble Clothing Company on the corner where you seethe big Shoe. We can make your money last
Tribble Clothing Company
The Up-to-Date One Price Clothiers.