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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Miss Ethel L?ngstem is visiting
friends in Clinton.
Misses Maggie Plnney and Irene
Adair of Clinton were guests of Misses
Ruth und Ethel Langston commence
Mrs. S. L. Saxon and children are
Visiting relatives In Charleston.
Mrs. .1. II. Teague is visiting in
Suuiter this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Gray. Mr. C. W.
Tune and Mr. .1. P. Tolbert are expect
ed home this week from attendance
upon the World's Sunday School con
vention in Washington.
Mrs. B. Balle of Philadelphia is vis
iting at the home or Mr. and Mrs. L.
Mrs. Thos. F. .Tones of Woodruff
?spent Sunday in the city at the home
of her father, Mr. .1. N. Wright.
Mrs. W. E. Lucas is arranging to
give a delightful concert with the as
sistance of Miss Leila Thompson for
the benefit of the Episcopal church,
early next week. Miss Thompson is
r'"well known here as a pianist but on
, this occasion Laureits music lovers
"will have an opportunity to hear Miss
Thompson's beautiful voice. She has
h ? a studying in New York for some
Mr R, 10. Hopkins of Baltimore
spent several days in the city last
week as the guest of Mrs. W. E. Lucas.
Mrs. Robert Dar gnu has returned
to her home in Walhalla titter visiting
r< latlves in the city.
f iss Daisy Tolleson is spending Ihc
v.. ek at Waterloo with her sister, Mrs.
J. L. Boland.
Mrs. ('has. o. Goodwin of Traveler's
Rest is visiting her brother, Mr. E.
Prof. B. L. Parkinson, principal of
the High school department of the
city schools, has gone to Hue West
to spend a few days before going to
his home at Fnyetteville, Ky? for his
summer vacation. He will return in
('apt. Isadore Schayer was summond
to Columbia Monday to appear as a
witness In the Boyd-Brock court ol
'l ite Rev. C. V. Rankin has returned
from Greenville where on Sunday
mo lllllg he preached the bnCCIillUl
rento sermon before the graduating
< lass of Chlcora college.
Cnpt. .1. B. Humbert of Princeton
was in the city yesterday.
A touch of rheumatism, or a twinge
<>f neuralgia, whatever the trouble is.
Chamberlain's Liniment drives away
the pain at once and cures the com
) pi :int quickly. First application gives
ri lit f. Sold by Laurens Drug Co.
CHILDKEN IX THE MILLS.
First of Juno New Law (Joes Into
Important orders, relative to child
labor, have been issued by Commis
sioner Watson as follows:
"In M w of the fact that the first
of June is rapidly approaching when,
under section t> of the laws of the
State relating to child labor, permit
ting the summer employment of child
ren under 12 years of age. during
the months of June, July and August,
the law becomes effective, this de
partment has been requested to In
form the textile manufacturers of the
State, whether or not certiticntes is
sued in the year 1909 for the sum
mer employment of children would
hold good for their employment dur
ing the months of June, July and
The law only permits the employ
ment of such a child upon the fur
nishing of a Certificate that the child
has attended school for not less than
four months during the current school
year ' etc. This being so, it is neces
sary in every ease of the employment
of a child under this summer school
exemption to tile a new 1910 certificate
upon the forms furnished for the pur
pose by this department. This certifi
cate should he given the same register
ed number that was used on the cer
tificate the proceeding year, in ease
tin- child was employed in 1909, and
this department should be notified ol
the filing of the certificate upon our
card form No. whereupon permit
for summer employment will be issued.
Certificates for 1909 cannot be recog
nized as covering any child's < inploy
ineill under the summer exemption
clause, and the Inspectors will be in
structed to treat < ases of such children
if found in any mill, the same as il
no papers had been prepared in their
I respective cases. In the case of a
child who has heretofore been em
ployed under the summer exemption
clause the usual registered number
statement together with the certifi
cate must be prepared in the usual
way. the duplicate statement being
sent to the department, and the tiling
of Certificate reported therewith on
card Form !). All certilicates should
have the certified endorsement of the
teacher of the child as to the font
months school durng the year !9I0.
Another shipment of those handsonu
Baby Cabs and Go-carts just received
you should gel one of this lot.
S. M, ?. E. H. Wilkes & Co.
T?C Byrdville Dairy and Stock farm
has purchased a tine Tennessee Black
.tack. He is ready for service at the
farm; fee $12.50, insured. Phone No.
10. W. D. Byrd & Son. Prop.. Laurens.
S. C. it. P. D. 3. tf
For Sale 2 Jersey bull calves. 6
months old, squirrel grey color, price
$ir>.00 each delivered at 1.aureus. W.
Carl Wharton. Waterloo, S. C. 42-2t
Twenty Boys Wanted- to work for
a Shetland pony, cart and harness.
Liberal pay to bright boys, besides the
chance to earn a pony. Successful
boys will be given peramnent positions
which will not interfere With school
Warning?All parties ate hereby
forbidden to harbor or hire Walter
Suher as he is under contract with
me. B. 11. Hill, Laurens. S. C. 43-lt
For Sale?Fine cabbage plants for
sale ai 20 cents per hundred W. L.
Stone, Last Main St.. Laurens, S. C.
For Sale -One second band McCor
miek binder in Good condition. A.
W. Tongue, phone SI. 43-21
For Sale Small (lock of goats, also
one broken goat, wagon and harness.
m. L. Cupeland, Laurens S '
" More In the .Mini Kte."
You can not have a better motto on
your walls this crop.glowing season
than the sentiment from Sidney Lan
iers poem: "Thai's more in the man
than tbar is in the land.'' A farmer
in one of our sand-hill counties said
to us the other day: "I can take you
right out here to the farm of a IUI.II
who makes one hundred bushels ol
corn to the acre, and right adjoining
him is another furnier who makes on
ly !? n bushels per acre. The land is
the same, and it is only a difference ill
the men." Ilaliegb IX. c i Progres
sive Farmer and Gazette.
The Greenville Daily News does
IIOl undertake to support. IIS a ruh',
any particular candidate in the Dem
ocratic primaries, believing that hi a
family contest, a fair field should bo
given to all candidates. The withdraw
al of Mr. Manning from the contest
would be. ii is thought by many in
this section of the State, of beliebt
to Mr. C. C. Fcnthet'Stonc of Laurens.
lie has been a consistent prohibition
ist for years, and is the logical candi
date of the Prohibitionists. He COIliei
also from that section of the Statt
where a large Democratic vote is poll
ed ('. reell vil le News.
OUR SPECIAL NOTICES.
Tlie Xexl Governor.
Preparing Interesting List?
We are making a card catalogue of
all the pupils enrolled in the Orphan
age slnee the beginning of the lnsti
tut ion. We Intend to list many Inter
testing items about them especially
their present occupations, married
names (for the girls!. where living etc.
We will lind that some are preachers,
others lawyers, doctors, teachers, mis
sionaries, printers, stenographers, car
penters, shoemakers, farmers etc. .lust
about all our boys and girls are doing
well. Many or the girls are just keep
ing house. having married.?The
Thorn well Messenger,
Miss.>s Bettle Jones und Ethel Ed
wards of Fountain Inn were guests of
relatives in the city during commence,
men! w i k.
Miss Sallie Childless of Fountain
Inn is spending some time in the city
with her brothers.
Miss Jennnie Stoney has gone to her
home ut Cainden; Miss Bessie l'eatross
to Danville. Va.; Miss Bessie Byrd to
Ora. These young ladies belong to the
graded school corps of teachers and
have many friends m 1.aureus
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets Wll clear the sour sluiVittCh,
sweeten the breath and create a heal
thy appetite. They promote the Mow
of gastric- juice, thereby Inducing good
digestion. Sold by 1.aureus Drug Co.
This School is coining to the young men ami wollten
of Laurens and surrounding country, ami will open for
Between the 8th and 15th of June
The Cecil Brothers have adopted the plan of bring
ing the school to the students, thereby saving them board
and other necessary expenses of going away from home.
Successful schools have been conducted all over the Caro
linas, and one lull session will be conducted here in Laurens
We make a specialty <>f the NIGHT SCHOOL, giving every
young man, who works in the day, tho same opportunity of taking
this course at night.
This notice will give you plenty of time to get ready for the
opening, and to make up your mind to take a business course. Think
how you are handicapped without knowing the essentials of business,
and you will not allow this opportunity to pass without availing
yourself of its advantages. We now have schools in Anderson and
Greenwood, and we refer von to tue icudiug busincsti men of these
places. All inquiries should be addressed to our home school at An
derson, S. ('.
Automobiles for Sale - - - Automobiles for Hire
Phone I78--Night Phone I6--Day
J. H. PARKS, Agent
Laurens, South Carolina
IN THE GRAND
You'll be distinguished for good taste and good sense if you buy your Clothes at the
S CLOTHING COMPANY
? Why? Because you can buy the same Suit here for Less Money
We have sold lots of suits but still have one
for you. See those suits in gray, blue, green and
fancy stripes. We please the hard to please in a
nice suit cheap
$3.98, 5.00, 7.50, 10.00,
12.50, 13.50, 15.00, 20.00,
22.50, 25.00 faesetthem while they
And don't forget this store is the home of
Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes
Suits $15.00 to 25.00
See those $20.00 suits, only a few left, | r f\f\
buy now while you can get a fit, only IO?Vv
Men's Low Quarter Shoes
If you want style, comfort and wear, you
should try ours. See those Regals in 1-4 sizes.
Can lit any foot.
Rpgais $3.50. 4:
5.00 and 6.00
Ladies' and Misses' Low Shoes
We have the newest styles?can lit any foot
?in any shape, any leather?best of all?the price
is right. Regals in 1-4 sizes; they make your feet
glad, Prices from <c1>25 to 4.
Ask to see those shirts in all the new stripes;
60c values, at a q t
while thev last zfOC
Men's Odd Pants
?Just received a big line in new patterns; full
pe*. $1,00, 1.25, 1.50, 2.
, 5.00, 6.00
Men's and Boys' Underwear
See that KEEP COOL Underwear in cotton
andsilktoish, $l 00 2
$2.00 to 8.00
Just a few left of those $2.00
and $2.50 suits to close out at
A big line,
any size, at
When in town don't forget the Tribble Cloth
ing Company is the place to make your money la: t
Laurens, S. C.
THe Up=to-Date One Price ClotKiers
Tribble Clothing Company
Laurens, S. C.