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MS-*M hot biscuit,
, pastry, arc
lessened in cost
,' and increased
in quality and
Bake the food at home
LOCAL AM) PERSONAL ML Ml ON. <?
Miss Wessic Lee I>i:i 1 has returned
to Converse college alter a tew days
visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs N.
It. Dial. Miss Dial leaves as soon as
the college closes, with Prof. A. S
Ltbby's party for a four months' trip
Miss Mary Simpson will attend Con
verse college commet.cement. Miss
Lucia Simpson in one of the graduat
Miss Leila Itarr who has been teach
ing at Wei ford has returned to her
home In this city since the close of
Miss Frances Mae Thames, for the
past several years teacher in charge
of the kindergarten department of the
mill school, will spend a part of her
vacation in Birmingham, having left
Laurens yesterday for that city.
Mr. M. TV Crisp of Mountville was
In the city Saturday.
Mr. \V. N. Knight of Tumbling shoals
?was in the city a few days ago. re
turning from a visit to Atlanta and
Americas. Georgia and Trenton. S. C.
Dr. and Mrs. N. II. Dial attended the
general conference in Asheville last
Mr. K. o. Frierson of Spartanburg
was a visitor to the city Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Stewart of
Fountain Inn were in Laurens for a
few days last week as the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Childless. They
were returning from a visit to rela
tives in Greenville and Spartanburg.
The Advortisor is in receipt of an in
vitation o tin- commencement oxorvls
es of Littleton college. Littleton. .\. c.,
which opened last night, ami will con
tinue through tomorrow.
Miss Maggie M. Ciiirlington was in
tho city Thursday on tho way to her
home in ('nit. iibln. Miss Ciiirlington
has just dosed a successful year's
work, as principal of the Friendship
school, Sullivan township.
Mr. Clyde Fowler is at homo from
th?' Augusta Commercial college,
Messrs. Nat Kennedy and Kennerly
Todd are at homo from the liingham
Military school, l?ngham. X. C.
Miss Idly 11 airs ton of Spnrtanburg
<-anii' down Saturday oil a Bl Ol't visit
to her father, Coroner it. t). Halrstou,
Mrs. .1. W. Taylor was in the city
tho Urs I of the week returning from
a visit to Columbia. She was accom
panied by one of her little grand
daughters, Edna llarrell.
Prof. T. c. Montgomery, membor of
the graded school faculty and teacher
of the eighth grade dining the past
: cssion, returned to his home in Ma
rlon mi Monday, it is understood
that he will engage in business with
his father at Marion.
Miss Mnrrio Uronson, teacher of the
second j. ule, left on Saturday for her
home at Darn well.
Miss Annie Sitgl'Ottves is at home
from Kershaw where she taught In
the graded school last year.
Mr. Harry Kilgo of Woodruff was
the guest of his young friend. Mr.
Ose S-itgrenves Friday and Saturday.
Miss Helen and I.ois Coggans ot
Newherry were the guests of Miss
Emily Meng from Saturday until .Mon
Mrs. T. M. N'orris and children ot
Central uro visiting at the home oi
Mr. Downs llnrksdule, on Sullivan
The success of .1 man in business
depends on his attention i?- little
A thousand get rich by saving,
where one gets rich by .'.peculating.
That person is wise who in youth
makes provision for old age.
A aoliai saved tovltty may be the
'foundation of y^V.r fortune.
Ildgfrt* saving to-day, tomorrow
Vor. may forget it.
Saving iikc spending is a habit.
1 he Place to Put Your Savings is
Laurens, S. C.
X. B. Dial, President
C. II. Roper, Cashier
I Perfectly Simple & Simply Perfect *
D. H. COUNTS, Jr.,
VICTIM OF HYDROPHOB!A.
Charleston Lad Who Was Bitten l?\ a
Cur, Died in Agony.
ChnrloBton, May lit.?Raymond Liv
ingston died this morning at about
:! o'clock, the victim of hydrophobia.
Ills sufforlngs in tho last hour of his
short lifo wero Intense. Everything
thul could 1"- done to relieve Iiis
pain nnd to offer recovery from the
fatal disease was used by his parents
ami physician, but In vain. The end
came after two days of agony.
The little fellow was stricken on
Monday with alarming symptoms ot
hydrophobia, and thos ? developed later
to a fatal degree. He was so fatally
attacked that about all that could he
?lone for him was to offer such rcllel
as medical skill could devise.
And so a young life lias been sacri
ficed !?> the rabid stray dog, who at
tacked and savagely bit Raymond Liv
ingston about n year after Karl Kink,
of American street, died from hydro,
phobia. Two children dead in less than
fourteen months is a record that ought
to arouse the strongest kind of senti
ment against the stray street ?log. nnd
if the people do not now make the laws
against street dogs effective, when will
Raymond Livingston was bitten hi
sixteen places by the cur dog which
attacked him at George and st Philip
streets. Fourteen of the bites were on
his face, and two on Iiis arm. It is
felt that the case of the boy was too
severe to be cured, although for a time
it was thought that the Pasteur treat
ment would be effective, nnd the par
ents spared neither expense nor care
to save tlie lad's life.
An Ideal Husband
is patient, even with a nagging wife,
for he knows she heeds help. She may
lii*so nervous and run-down in health
that t titles annoy her. If she is melan
choly, excitable .troubled with loss of
ipetlte, headache, sleeplessness, con
stipation or fainting and dizzy spells,
he needs Electric Hitters -the most
wonderful remedy for ailing women,
l'lii.us;.nils of sufferers from female
troubles, nervous troubles, backache
and weak kidneys have used them and
become healthy and happy. Try them.
Only 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed by
Laurens Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug
Dandruff Cured in Two Weeks or Mon
The above is the guarantee The Lau
rens Drug Co. the druggist, is offering
for Parasian Sage, the greatest of all
If yon have dandruff take advantage
of this offer and kill the little dandruff
germs that will surely steal your hair
if allowed to continue to persistently
burrow into Hie hair roots.
Parisian Sage is ilso guaranteed to
stop falling hair and itching of the
Don't accept any substitute from any
druggist. Parisian Sage is the origi
nal prescription of one of the world's
greatest scientists, ami is manufactur
ed only in this country by Gil'OUX Mfg.
Co.. Buffalo, X. Y.
Parisian Sage is an exhilarating and
pleasant hair dressing: it is not sticky
or greasy ami it makes the hair soft,
beautiful and luxuriant.
An automobile party form Green
ville composed of Mrs. Robert Tanna
hill. Mrs. .lames Blrney and Mrs.
George Durchnnnnn were in the city
Monday, to meet Mr. Tannahill en
route from Columbia.
Miss Leila Thompson an accom
plished musician of Spartanhurg is
tbo guest of Mrs. \V. B. Lucas.
Appointed Rural farrier.
Mr. Louis Anderson hits been ap
pointed rural letter carrier for Lau
rens route nnmhei' one. as successor
to Mr. Joseph Jackson Dendy, resigned
Mr. Anderson's appointment Is effec
tive June first.
. ? ? - -1..? 'Ii,..,, II/..'
.? iteguini ??>???
was Susie?climbing trees and fences,
jumping ditches, wbiUing, always get
ting scratches, cuts, sprains, bruises,
bumps, burns or scalds. Rut laws!
Her mother just appied Rucklen's Ar
nica Salve and cured her quick. Heals
everything healable?-Bolls, fleers.
Eczema. Old Sores. Corns or Piles. Try
it. 2fic at Laurens Drug Co and Pal
metto Drug Co.
(To III son Agricultural College Lxami
The examination for the award of
scholarships in Clomson Agricultural
College will be held in the County
COUri llOUSO on Friday. .Inly 8th, at !'
a. m. Applicants must till out proper
forms, to tie seemed from tho county
superintendent of education, before
they will be allowed to stand the ex
aminations. For detailed information,
apply to Hie superintends**! of educa
tion, or to the president of Ole.iison
Applicants for admission to the col
lege, but not seeking for the scholar
ships, will also stand entrance exami
nations at the court house .Inly 8th.
The scholarships are worth $100 and
The next session of the college opens
Sei.t. I lib. 1010.
Cost and Courses of Study.
(2) Agriculture and Chemistry.
(3) Agriculture and Animal Indus
? 11 Chemistry and Geology,
to) civil Engineering.
(0) Mechanical and Electrical En
(7) Textile Industry.
Cost per session, including board,
Laundry, heat, light, uniform and all
fees. $ 11S.70. Looks and all other mis
cellaneous supplies, about $20.00 For
students who pay tuition, $10.00 addi
For catalogue nnd information, np
11 ply to
?| W. M. R1GGS, Acting President.
A big bowl of
is the best dish you
II o ti r i s hing
Good for all ages
and all conditions.
Packed in rcKulnr si*o pncknKcs. mid in her
uictically scaled tins Im hot climates. 53
KM,I,l l> NKdHO WITH HOK.
Prunk Williams is in .hill Charged
Frank Williams. colored, was
brought to tin- city last Tuesday night
from .lacks township and lodged in
Jnll, charged with having kineo iinolh
or negro by the name of Hunter. The
homicide occurred Tuesday afternoon
in a Held, neat- ReilUO. According to
Wiliiainss statement of the affair, the
two were chopping cotton when a dis
pute arose over the manner of Hun
ters work. Hot words ensued, where
upon Williams struck Hunter in the
chest wilh his hoe. the Plow cnusillg
death within fifteen minutes. Williams
is about ?".<'. w hile his victim was about
eighteen, and is said to have been in '
a low state of health.
The splendid work of Chamberlain's
stomach and Liver Tablets is dally
coming to li^ht. No such grand reme
dy for liver and bowel troubles was!
ever known before. Thousands bless
them for curing constipation, siek.
headache, biliousness, jaundice and in-;
digection. Sold by Laureus Drug Co.
Ilallej School Closes .lane iL
The (dosing exercises of the Bailey
school will be held on Friday. June
3rdi at lo o'clock. All are Invited to
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver!
Tablets wll clear the sour stomach,
sweeten the breath and create a heal
thy appetite. They promote the flow
of gastric juice, thereby Inducing (rood
digestion. Sold by Laurens Drug Co. j
.lust received another shipment of
those Ice saving '"Odorless" Refrigera
tors and Ice Boxes, look them over
you will he pleased with the quality
S. M. <fc E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Why Metal Shingles?
'/? ? \
r u at vn w
tMD VILW CF LOCK
Because they make the
prettiest roof at a small
cost to the user.
They never leak when
we put them on and they
last a life time.
Wc would like- to meas
ure your roof ami estimate
the cost of a new roof.
Have you had your
home guttered yet? I >oes
the water from the house
top wash the yard.' Then
let us put Up the gutter
Yours for the best work in our line that can he done.
? Grav Block
HAVEN'T YOU BEEN
To Start a Bank Account
Been trying to save an amount
sufficient to 'make a good start?'
The 'small purchase tempta
tion' makes it very hard to ac
cumulate any certain sum by
keeping money in your pocket
or hiding it around the house
?probably that has been your
trouble. This bank accepts de
posits for $l.oo and up?why
not come in and open an ac
count with us Xt >\Y?let the
bank help you save?it is the
onlv safe way
> LAURENS, S.C;
The Bank for Your Savings.
ed Under Values
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Any customer visiting our store on Thursday, Friday and Satur
day can have 10 yards Androscoggin or Hill Bleaching for 50cts.
Provided they buy $3.00 worth of other goods.
One lot of $2.r>() values going at
$2.0) Dongola Blucher .
1. Tfi Dongola Blucher .
2. f>0 Kid Biuciiei
2.50 Talent Blucher, plain toe .
2..ri(? Patent Ankle Strap
2.00 Gunmetal Ankle Strap
(tne lot 1 to 2 Ankle Strap.
One lot 8 t<> 12 Ankle Strap
(?ne lot 5 to !? Ankle Strap .
One lot '?' to 5 Ankle Strap
One lot 3 to 5 Ankle Strap
Oui No. 7.'/: Shirt Madras, the regular 12Jcts
kind, the yard, only . 10c
Bed Seal Ginghams, the best Ginghams on earth
for 12Jcts, the yard, only. 10c
27-inch Pocahontas Linens, all the new shades
for Coat Suits; special for this week, only 10c
Lonsdale Cambric, the best made, special, a yd Mc
Fine 36-inch Cambric, our 12Jcts quality at only lf)c
American Prints iti light Shirting styles, they
are worth 7cts a yard, at only . 5c
A beautiful quality of 36-inch Linen, makes
beautiful Suits or Shirtwaists, the yd, only 25c
15-inch all pure Linen, only. 50c
90-inch Linen Sheeting, only. 75c
90-inch Linen Sheeting, only. 98c
Cannon Cloth. 36-inchea wide, our I2*c kind at 10c
86-inch Percale, the yard, at. IOC
Men's and Boys' Oxfords!
$2.50 Gunmetal Blucher. $2.30
2.50 Patent Colt Blucher 2.30
2.50 Tan Vici Blucher . 2.30
3.50 Patent Colt Blucher . 2.90
3.50 Gunmetal Blucher 2.90
3.50 Gunmetal Button
3.60 Patent Colt Button
3.00 Low Cut Congress
3.00 Low Cut Tic.
2.?u Viel Blucher .
1.75 Vici Blucher .
Ono lot $5.00 Tans now
One lot $5.00 Paten! Blucher
75-cent value Fancy Stripes
$1.00 value Poker Dots .
$1.25 value Tan Soft Collar
75-cent value Tan Soft Collar
Men's and Boys' Nainsook Shirts .
Men's Half Hose.
Men's Half Hose
NOTICE?10 yards of Androscoggins or Hill Bleaching for 50cts.
Buy $3.00 worth of other goods.
Enterprise Bank Building
Lauren, South Carolina