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ITEMS OF INTEREST
Hi'.rn Dtstroyed b) Kin* Local Tram
ami Waterloo flayed Dandle
Header on Friday.
Mottntville, Juno I I. I.nsl Tuesday
nlgl ? Mr. p. U. Richardson lost his
barn by lire. When the lire was ills
covered about I" or ll o'clock the
building was so near consumed I tint
it was impossible to do anything m
Wnrd extinguishing lite Hanns. In
fa *. ii was with diilleulty (hal Mr.
Richardson succeeded in saving Ids
I o so IK.in one of the stalls. The
Hi no doubt w as : eeidental and Iho 1
barn, with a small bu of cotton seed
hulls was a complete loss.
The pretties! and heal game of hall
Of the season was played here last
Friday afternoon between Mountvllle
and Waterloo loams. The game was
<?< i iplctcd in seventy-live minutes and
only two scores were made. They
were trams well watched and cnoh
player did his best. Nearly every
inning was n <? nnpletn sinn out.
But about the fifth or sixth Inning
Mounty'llle scored two runs which gave
Iii in the game, 2 to 0. With some
chnni rs of players a second guino id
live Innings was played, result in;; in
a score of t to "? in favor of I'm home
O-.i ? CoIl?gO student- have till re
tune I Lome for Ihe summer vacation.
Chnmhcrluin's Cough Remedy is sold
on n guarantee thai If you are not sat.
istled alter using two-thirds of a Imt
tle according to directions, your money
will ho refunded, It is up to you to
try, Sold by Lnureus Drug Co.
YOU NO PEOPLE'S UNION.
Meeting Hi Id ill Rnbuii ( reck Cburcll
Rnbuii, June 14. Sunday morning
Iho Vuung People's union met at Ra
buii Crook church, a goodly number
being proscnt. We ha vi- twenty-seven
mi roll now. and hope to Increase ev.
ery meeting. The president, arter
reading and offorlng prayer, had a
sonn by lour young men, then .1 read
ing by Miss Mae Itabii. hoi' SU'.bJecl
being "Why Kvery Hoy and (I :
Should 1m> a Member of Iho Young
People's Society." Alter til til :
rpiartetl was SUIlg by Messrs. Kloni
Milium, Walter Owens. Misses Vlvlat
Owens and Alllo I'.abb. Mr. N suitl
Mahon gave roadlng. Alter nr.othci
song tllO mooting was closed wit'
prayer by Mrs. Cora Reason.
Mr. George, I'.abb was a visitor o!
Mr. 'I'. F. Dahl) last Monday am: Mn
Kelt Vance Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. I'.abb attended
commencement exercises at Furinnn
university last week.
Mrs. R. A. Owens and Mrs. Marcus
Owens spent last Thursday with Mr.
and Mis. Claude Wasson .near Friend
Mr. and Mrs. Osborne Mix of Frieild
ship visited Mr. ami Mrs. .lohn Ptlt
Mr. .1. I.ee Chapman of Fountain Inn
was visiting in the Friendship com
munity Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Cora Putnam was the guesl ol
Misses Mae and Alllo Mahh Sunday.
Mrs. G. V,'. I'.abb and Children were
in I.aureus Saturday.
Mr. T. Houston r.abb who graduated
at Fui'inau university last week, is 111
home for a lew days with his parents.
Mr, and Mrs. 'I'. F. I Sal.P.
Mr. W. I). Owens was in Greenville
lust week for Furinnn commencement.
Mr. au.i Mrs. Luther Armstrong ol
Fountain Inn was visiting Mr. and
Mrs. (Munde Wasson of Friendship
SKin Sufferers' Doubt Is Removed.
Many eczema sufferers have failed
so utterly with salves and other "dis
coveries" thai even tie- nssurauc ? < i
the best physician or druggls ? cannot
induce them to Invest nnotlicr dollar
in any remedy.
It is to these discouraged sufferers
in particular that wc now offer, 111
only :.'."? cents, a trial bottle of the
accepted standard eczemn rem ? I/, a
simple w ash of (dl of wlntorgreen '.by.
mol ami glycerine, as compounded
in I). I). I >. Prescription.
Hundreds of cures have convinced
us and WO know you can prove In
stantly with the Ural application that
it lakes away the itch at once, Soldi
by Laurens Drug Co.
All-Day Einging at Warrior.
At Warrior Creek Baptist church
there will be an all-day sonn service
on Saturday, June 25, sinners of all'
other denominations are Invited to at-'
tend and take pari In these services.!
Preaching at '?'> p. in. i>y the pastor.
All are cordially invited and wel
comed. Dinner on the grounds.
A, T. Sioudenmire,
A Woman's Breul hlen
s how to mnlto herself attractive, but
without health, it Is hard for her to
he lovely in face, form or temper. A
weak, sickly woman will bo nervous
lind Irritable. Constipation and Kld
ney poisons show in pimples, blotches,
kin eruptions ami a wretched < om
ploxlon. I'ii' Electric Bitters always
novo a godsend to women who want
isenlth, beauty and friends. They reg
ih it stomach, liver and kidneys, puri
fy the blood; give strot.!: nerve!,
hrlghl eyes, pure breath, smooth, yel
?t. slip, lovely complexion, good
health. Try them, 5?c ; t Lnurcns
Drue, Co. ami Palmetto Drug Co.
Misses Mattie Tarrant and Wil Lou
Gray win coach a limited number of
pupils for six weeks beginning Mon
day, June 13th, 1910. This work has
the hearty endorsement of Mr. B. 1..
Jones. The examinations given in
the school will, if passed, admit a pu
pil to the next made in the Beurens
city schools. Terms live dollars per
month, hours !i to 12 o'clock, location
the Dial-Cray block, over .1. C. Shell s
store. Those desiring admission to
IllOSO classes should phone ! ..">.
Keep out tin- Hies by using one of
tnir "llarpor Traps." I'hey are only
S. M. K- K 11. Wllkes & ~o
nr small hen tatoncH receive I ho
ttanio careful intention from
our oxik'I'I workmen. We buy
carefully nl 0.nrrie* an.I
watch every ilutnlluf deslKninR
llnifthlnK an,! sellin* of memo
rials, lt..i,'i i n from travel
iiiK nuenL<or cuuiIoks, We can
show you Ii?- mini rinl, wheth
er it l?u Kinnllo " " ai l.Ic, anil
tiro frlnil lo uilvisi ,vith you a
Iwnit Improving your cemelory
I .is. Lot us show you ti c dif
ferent RraniloH timl n urbles
ami tell .\ "ii uboul ihum.
P. F. BAXTER ?. SON,
Newberry, S. C.
HOW TO CUKE RHEUMATISM.
It is an Internal Disease and Requires
an Internal Itemed}.
i Tho cause of Rheumatism and hin
died diseases is an excess of uric
ncld In the blood. To cure tliis terrible I
disease lliis acid must be expelled and
the system bo regulated that no more j
? acid will be formed in excessive
quantities. Rheumatism is an internal'
j disease and requires an internal rente-1
! dy. Rubbing with Oils and Liniments
: will not cure, affords only temporary
I relief at best, causes you to delay this
I>i ?per treatment, .allows the malady
to get a firmer hold on you. Liniments
may ease the pain, but they will no
more cure Rheumatism than paint
will change the fibre of rotten wood.
Science has at last discovered a per.
I t and complete cure, which is call
ed "Rlieumaclde." Tested in hundreds
(i cases, it has effected the most mar
velous cures; we believe it will cure
you. Rlieumaclde "K'ds at the joints;
rrom the inside." sweeps the poisons
ot I of the system, tones up the st om
ni h, regulates the liver ami kidneys
and makes you well all over. Rlieu
maclde "strikes the root of the dis
I ease and removes its cause." This
spiemiid remedy is sold by druggists
and dealers generally at ?ne. and $1
In bottle. In tablet form at 25 and BOc
a package. Get a tmttle today. Rook
let free if you write to Bobbltt Chem
ical Co., Unltimore, Md. Trial bottle
tablets 25c by mail. For stile by LAU
i RENS DRUG CO.
NOTICE <>!?' ELECTION'.
state of South Carolina,
j Count.! of I.aureus.
Whereas, petitions signed by more
than one third of tho qualified electors
and freeholders residing in Youngs
School District No. .">. In I.aureus
county. South Carolina, asking for an
'election on the question of levying a
I three mill tax upon property in
said school district to bo used for
i school purposes have been filed with
the counts hoard of education, an,
electing Is hereby ordered upon said
question, said election to bo held on
the 25th day of June, 1910 at Grays
school house, under the management
I of the trustees of saitl school district.
Only such electors ns return real or
personal properly for taxation and
who exhibit their tax receipt and reg
istration certificate as required In
general elections shall bo allowed to
Those favoring the Tax shall vole a
ballot containing the word "Yes," writ
ten or printed iheivon: those against
t: o Tax shall vote a ballot) containing
the word 'No,' written or printed there,
Polls shall open at tho hour of 7
o'clock in the forenoon and remain
oo< n until the hour Of I o'clock in the
afternoon when tin / shall be closed.
:'ticl the ballots counted.
The trustees shall report the result
j of said election to the county auditor
within ten days thereafter.
OHO. I.. PITTS,
j n*.-i2t County Supt. of Education.
?4 H *?
?HE BUSINESS MAN thorough
ly appreciates his checking
account. Those who do not
keep such an account miss many of
its advantages. We are always glad to ex
plain the workings of a checking-account to
those who are not familiar with them.
The Bank for Your Savings.
Statement Jan. ist, 1910, to Conn. Ins. Dep'tm't
National Fire Insurance Company
(1 OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Capital Stock nil Cash, $1,000,000.00
Funds reserved to meet all Liabilities,
Re-Insurance Reserve, Legal Standard, 4,G5>'5,577.28
Unsettled Losses and Other Claims. k02,8o5.?.(l
Net Surplus over Capital and Liabilities, 2,840,21)4.01
Total Assets January 1st, 1910,
?B> <?> ?B* ?? <?> GZ? ?T2> CT ?P CT 'S? (O 4V CS? 9 ?S* CB> 3D ?t> ?TU <K> Oft ?P <
J. J. ADAMS, Agent
This is an illustration $
of tin- fninous
now on e xhibition at our
store. Yon can get sliced
Beef, sliced Bacon, fresh
from this machine and
save the expense of cans
and glasses. The saving
is 25 per cent.
J. S. BENNETT
Clothes that are worth more than you pay for them are the clothes for you to buy?and whatever is best
for you to buy is best for us to selU-and now is the time to buy the best suit that you ever bought
At The Price You Can Buy It
Come to see us on that suit you want. We can
save you money. See those suits
$5.00 value at $3.98
8.00 value at 5.98
10.00 value at 7.48
12.50 " 9.98
15.00 " 12.48
20.00 " 15.00
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
See those grays and blues. To close out 10 per
cent, discount on all high price suits.
Men's Odd Pants
New line just received in all the new patterns,
full peg, $1.25 to 6.00
Ladies' and Misses' Slippers
Why buy Regal? Because they are in 1-4 sizes,
they fit any shape or size foot.
Gun metal, patent, kid and tan $3.50, 4.00
Men's Low Quarters
All new styles, in patent, gun metal and kid.
Regal $3.50, 4.00, and 5.00
Clapp 5.00 and 6.00
Now is the time to buy the boys a new suit.
Any color, any size; all cheap. Ages 5 to 17 years
$1,25, 1.50,2.00, 2.50, 3.00, 4.00, 5.00
6.00, 7.00, 8.50
Remember The Tribble Clothing Company is the place to buy what you want at the price you want it.
Up-to-Date One Price CIotKiers
TRIBBLE CLOTHING COMPANY, -
LAURENS, S. C.