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Makes Ice Cream
for one cent
Stir the powder in a quart of milk and
freeze. Nothing more to be done. Every
thing Is m the package. Makes two quarts
of tlclU-ious Ice Cream in 10 minutes.
Vanilla, Strawberry. Lemon, und Choco
late flavors, und Unfluvored.
Two puck?Kcs 25 cents at grocers'.
Recipe Book Free.
The Genesee Pure Food Co., Le Roy, N. Y.
, STATE OFFICES
Following is the complete list of
those who aspire to fill the different i
State offices of South Carolina this,
For governor: Cole L. Blease, of i
Newberry; Jno. T, Duncan, of Coluiu-j
bia; c. C. i-'i-atherstone, of Laurens; ,
F. II. Hyatt of Columbia; Thos. Q. j
McLeod, of Bishopville; Jno. 0. Rich-i
iirds, of Camden.
For lieutenant governor: R. W. ?
Duvall, of Cheraw; Chns. A. Smith,
?of Tlmmonsvillo. i
For secretary id" state: R. M. Mc
Kown, of Florence.
For attorney general: D. 13. Evans, <
of Saluda; .1. Fr?ser Lyon, of Abbe
Foi comptroller general: A. W.
Join of Abbeville.
Foi state treasurer: it. IT. Jennings,
of < !olumbin.
For superintendent of education:
J. E3. Swenringon.
Fir adjutant general: W. W. Moore,
of Uarnwell; Charles Nownhnni. of
Columbia; J. M. Richardson, of Ai
For railroad commissioner: .lames
Cnnsler. cf York: 0. McDuIlle Damp,
ton. of Columbia; (!. I-ley ward Mahon,
of Greenville; 0. C. Scarborough.
DR. I.KOY A. WIK KS.
Former l aurens Hoy Graduate* from
I'nlversitj of Pennsylvania?
The following tnk< n rroih the Porl
Jervis Gazette w'.ll 1??' read with In
terest by many people in Laurens who
remember Rov Wilkes as a little hoy,
lh" soil ? the late Dr. .1. 10. Wilkes
foi mir years a popular druggist
here ;nd natlvo Of the town. His
lie r, Mrs. W. .1. Milligan now of
I'; adelphia. also has many friends'
in Laurens who will he glad to learn
of her son's success. LeRoy Wilkes
visited his grand-mother, Mrs. .Martha
Wilkes and other relatives here last
Leltoy A. Wilkes. a former resi
denl of Fort Jervis and pupil in our
public schools, now of Philadelphia,
Fa., graduates from the "Medical
class of 1 !>10, of the University <>t
Pennsylvania, where he entered after
graduating from the Central Manual
Training School of F'.t.'lndolphln. He
ra ' I v " ! i both graduating classes
a ! >v,i- president of his .Medical
Class of lfiu students during Sopho
Dr. Wilkes begins hospital service
at on- e, having been appointed os In
terne of the Philadelphia General
Hospital, olio of tho bosf in the coun
try for opporlunity and experience.
!!?? \.iii pr'ohnbly locate In or near
r The foregoing is pleasing news to
(he relate g and friends of Dr. Wilkes
in tills city ami Pike county. Pa., who
with the Gazette extend cohgrnfttla
ti. ? IP' :.s a grandson of the late
Pi :r W il> of (his city and son of
?- ;,l Carrie Wolls-Wllkos, now Mrs.
Wi i. i. Mllltgnn of Philadelphia, ami
m phew of W. Cus Wells of this city.
HUD Ken ai d, $100.
' he leaders of tills paper will lie
! I (s< d io learn thai there is al least
on ? dreaded disease that science has
h< en aide to euro in rt|I its stages,
and that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
(hire is the only positive cure now
kno n to tho medical fraternity. Ca
tai 'i being a constitutional disease.
COO nires a constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal
ly, acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system, there
by destroying tho foundation of the1
disease, ami giving the patient strength j
by hluldlng up the constitution and)
assisting nature in doing ll? work.
The propiretors have so much faith
in its curative powers that they offer
On^ Hundred Dollars for any case
th.'i? it fails to cure. Send for the list |
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Tolo
Sold by all Druggists. T.'c.
Take Hall s P'amlly Fills for Const!
We are showing the largest line of
Linen Window Shades ever brought to
Laurens, any color that you want, also
extra sizes *o fit any window. Price
rfo please yor.
3. M. ft E. H. Wilkos ft Co.
j Allen Lowe, His Wife, Sallie, and ?
* Son, (ieorgo Washington.
By W. D. S.
As far back as my recollection goes.1
Aunl Sally Lowe was an inmate of
our family. He mother came from
Virginia with our folks, ami she mar
ried a (lore, and her daughter, Sally
Gore married Allan Lowe. Grand
father put them Into a cabin on his
nine p. They would arise in the morn
ing and march over to grand father's
for breakfast. When the horn blew
for dinner Stilly and Allan would be
on hand for that meal. Allan took
it into his bead to put Sallie to work,
lie first purchased a lot of cotton
cards to make rolls, then three or four
spinning wheels and reels to wind the
thread into hanks. After getting her
sufficient working tools, he put up
shelves in the house and he bought
vinegar emits and black bottles to
decorate the walls. They had one son.
George Washington Lowe, who was
known through the Carolinas to Ala
Allan finally drifted off from Sally,
and roamed over the country, digging
wash boats, big popular troughs for
the women to wash their clothes in.
He took pay in homemade cloth, which
was cut and made into garments. And
no man ever lived in these parts who
had such a supply of clothes. He had
one depot here at home, and two more
in the lower pari of the county to
store his roods. 1 would go with him
up into the garret, to see him inspect
his stock. There would he copperas
blue ami white garments hanging
from the wind beams of the rafters,
and a big packing case full of them,
lie was no carpet bagger, he spurned
to he seen lugging any kind of a va
lise. He carried his extra clothing
on his haclc. Often he would come in
with two or three shirts, pants, coats
.and vests on. and looked like a walk
Von will sei' that the old man bad
a loose screw in Iiis head: still he
knew as much Scripture as any one
you ever talked with, lie would give
\ou passages from the Bible, chapter
ami verse; you would look them up
ami lind them correct. Sally ami
George Washington were a perfect
encyclopedia of family history, ami
country news. They could tell you
all a!)OU 1 our people from the land,
lug of the fathers in Virginia, down
to general Stoneiunn's raid, when they
captured Wash at Marietta and
brought him down to Greenville.
Where they captured all the gold ami
silver of the state Bank and curried
it to their camp in corn sacks. One
sack was untied and placed open in an
Upright position. Ami all the horse
leaders wore formed in a row and or
dered to run by the open bam and
make one prah at the money, as they
passed. Wash made a good haul. A
few da>s after, he passed my bouse
ami I counted ninety-five dollars he
had in his posession.
Why Sah es Full to Cure h'czemn.
Scientists are now agreed tin t, the
eczema germs are lodged not in the
outer skin or epidermis, bul i:> (he
inner skin. Hence, a penetrating
liquid is required, ma an outward
salve tba (dogs the pores,
\\e recommend to ail eczoiva pa
tients the standard prescription Oil
of Wint.orgree-n as compounded in li
quid f( rni km wn as D. D. P. Prescrip
tion. A trial bottle of this I). 1). 1).
Prescription, at only 25 cents, will
iustnnt.l> relieve the itch. We have
sold ami recommended tills remedy for
years, and know of wonderful cures
from i?s use. We recommend it to
our patrons. Sold by Laurons Drug
Mr. and Mrs. ('has. .!. Tl'lppo wish
to thank their friends ami neighbors
for the kindness and sympathies
shown them in the recent sickness and
death of their little daughter, Rose.
Through The Advertiser we wish to
thank our friends ami neighbors for
their kindness ami sympathy in the
sickness and death of our son. I.au
nus. wllCh occurred .lune 21. 1910.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. II. Mattlsoil.
Ware Shoals. .Inly 1.
Dmi'i forget, we are headquarters
for Krtiit .lars. extra tops, rubbers and
tt. M. a E. II. Wilkes & Co.
Citation for Leders ef Hlniinislrntlon.
The Stale of South ( arolina.
Count; of Laiireii8,
By O. G. Thompson. Probate Judge:
Whereas, R. Fleming .bines made
suit to me to grant him Letters of
Administration of the estate ami ef
fects of I.aura I. Jones.
There are. therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
ami creditors of the said Laura I.
Jones, deceased, that they be ami ap
pear before me. in the court of pro
bate, to he held at Laurens. ('. IL, S.
C. on the 15th day of July 1910 next,
after publication hereof, at II o'clock
in the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said administration
should not he grant id.
(liven under my hand this 2nd day
of July Anno Domini 1910.
Card of Thanks,
Card of Thanks.
(). (!. THOMPSON,
Six nice Glass Tumblers, only 10
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
fr ? Tv""??*?II . r*fl Si|
In Your Home Means Food
Your health, especially in summer, depends greatly upon the condition
of your food?and the condition of your food upon the preserving qualities
of your Refrigerator.
So you want a dependable Refrigerator, one that preserves perfectly,
and one that will serve you many years.
That best preserver, the most economical and durable is the
7^ ?TH *z ?<
We are showing a very complete line with prices ranging from
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S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Laurens, S. C.
For Salads and Cooking
TRY IT on a salad ? finest dressing to be found. An
absolutely pure vegetable product, easily digested,
nourishing and healthful. Has a wnler range of useful
ness than any shortening product known to dietetic sci
ence, as it is the most perfect cooking fat ever known.
lOO-' value, as each drop can be med over and over again.
Decreases the cost of living
Increases the joy of living
In Tins Only of All Dealers
The Southern CoUcn Oil Company
New York Savannah New Orleans Culcayo
We will sell you a long needed house
Why worry then?
Lapins Straw Hat Meacher makes hat look good as new
and the original gloss.
Lupins Cleaning Pad removes Oil, Dirt and Grease
Spots. Can cans tube in your pocket.
Lapins Iron Rust and Fruit Stain Remover, can be
used on finest goods,
For sale at
Palmetto Drug Company,
Laurens, S. C.
the Blackston e school for Girls
Has sincr lsoi piven "Thorough Instruction under positively Christian
influences at the lowest possible tost."
RKSl'LT: it is lo-dny with its fn< ulty of 32, a boarding patronage <?f '\2*,
its student body of Kin, and its plant worth $140,000
I HK LI.ADINC TRAINING SCHOOL POP GIRLS IN VIRGINIA
$150 pays all charges for the year, including table board, room ,lighl - ste im
heat, laundry, medical attention, physieaI eulliire, and tuition In all snbjeetrt
except music and eloeution. Kor catalogue and applienlioa blank address,
IILAGKSTONK I I.MALI. INSTITUTE, Khickstone, Va.
JAS. CANNON. ,lr? M. A. 1 . ,
Associate Pi im ipals.
TIKIS. R. KLKVKS, IL A.
liquor !,mi drug
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To see us for
The best job of Electric Wiring, Electric
Chandeliers, Electric heating devices of all
How about a front door Bell?
Swygert & Teague
Agents "E. At. F." Automobiles