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THE LAURENS GIRLS
AT WINTHROP COLLEGE
What is Being dour at (lie State Col
lege for (iirls that is of Interest
to Laurens County People, Written
by a Laurens County Qlrl.
Winthrop College, April 15.?Two of
the Laurens Kills. Misses Katharine
Irby and Willie Dorroh. have gone
home oil a visit.
The annual Field Day of Winthrop
was observed last Monday. April 10.
The Junior class won the silver cup
and the banner.
About a hundred kindergarten chil
dren of Rock Hill enjoyed an Faster
Bf?K Hunt given on the campus Fri
Mr. 11. T. Wyche, president and or
ganizer of the American Story Teller's
League, gave two most instructive
and Interesting talks in the auditori
um Thursday and Friday nights on
tho educational value of telling stories
to children. When we heard him tell
a "Once upon a time' child's story,
we thought he must have- come direct
ly from story land.
Several years ngo tho South Caro
lina legislature ii eluded cooking in
its list of required subjects lor the
high schools of the State. Since tho
elementary course in Domestic Science
which is taken by all lite studi nt.s in
the regular normal course would not
bo sufficient io Iii them to i itch tin
subject, the collogo reit thai ii should
'.(Ter a normal course in Domestic
Science. Thnt course was offered Ihls
year ami in Juno : >\'o students will lie
graduated from it with the ih
of Bachelor of Science. Several oil.
ors will probably complete tin couimo
next year. This course roqulrt - four
y ars of college work including the
Lnngungo, ICnglish and History as re
i|?ir?'<l in the Normal Course with
Science, ii ::lso requires n study of
household chemistry, home caro of the
sick, principles of laundering, study
of water supply and drainage process
es, plans for building and rurnishing
a house, dietary work of planning
meals with estimation of cos t.
The students taking this course
have been making a special study in
adapting the equipment to the needs
of tiic town and country schools, and
they have selected a portable equip
ment which can be carried by the
teacher from one to another of the
rural schools in any vicinity. This
equipment costs about *-?"> and may bo
se. n at the college.
There are only a few who do not
appreciate the need of knowing more
about the liest choice and preparation
of food, and educators are now urging
its educntional value. The schools
are rapidly introducing cooking and
Winthrop hopes to he of aid to the
schools of the State in this line by
training teachers for the work.
NO 31 Ol CK I) AM) Hl'FF.
Linnens Drug Co. Knows What is Mak
ing- ( lean Scalps,
In order to rid your scalp of filthy
dandruff yo utuust kill the germ, There
is a hair dressing called Parisian SflgO
which is now sold in every town in
America thai is guaranteed by the
Lauren:; Drug Co. to eradicate dand
ruff, stop falling hair, splitting hair!
and scalp itch in two weeks, <m- mom j
It you have dandruff gel a large
r.o cent bottle today und rid yourself
of it. Item em bor that if dandruff
germs are not dostro.ved in time, the
hair Will surely fall put ami baldness
"1 have used Parisian Snge and llk^
it very much as a daudrttfi cure und
scalp cleanor. .My hair is verj much
better than it was be fori Mrs. K.-i
A. Bean, Concord, N. II., .lune 8,? 1010.
The host selling book, just out. JJ
Eve's Second Husband 3>
Why delay in Retting your Coupons for
Nature's Remedy Tablets Cashed? When ^
stock is all taken up they are NO GOOD.
Have you Gold Pish? Get a bunch of S ea
Palmetto Drug Co.
W. H. WASHINGTON, Manager.
Jones. April 17.?Mr. Dickson, of
Qreenvlllo. recently visited his daught
er. Mrs. Oliver.
Mr. '!'. .1. Benchain has purchased a
nice Kurd automobile.
Mr. W. Cobb lias a flue Held of
Hov. Duboae, of Princeton, will
proach here on the fifth Sunday after
noon at ;!."o o'clock.
Tne friends of Mrs. Win. Henry
Moore will be pleased to loarn that
she has recovi red from n receni slight
Rural Policeman Golden was here
Mr. Clarence Cooper of Algary's
recently visited Iiis father.
Mr. Drnyton 1 Jones who has been
absent several months, at work oil
steel bridge bus returned home.
The tendi rest sympathy of nil of
OUr people goes out to Mr. and Mrs.
<;. \V. Jenkins, of Florence, in the loss
of their babe.
Mr. Robert Hughes, of Charlotte, is
on a visit to relatives and friends.
We extend congratulations to Mr.
Adger Cobb and Miss Smith of Helton
who were recently married.
Misses Lillian and Belle Jones have
finished their schools in Richland and
ore at home for their vacations.
Prof. Coleman Cork lias finished his
school in Kichland and is on n visit
to his brother at Hock Hill.
Our Sunday School is progressing
lliccly and WC hope nil within reach
We are now in the midst of the
planting season and the farmers are
Or. \V. Townes Jones is in attend
ance upon court in Greenwood.
We are indebted to Rev. .1. M. Dal
las. IL W. Crow, and Messrs Hoggs and
Walker for recent favors.
Miss Tolbert is absent this week in
attendance upon her sick mother
whom we trusl will soon be restored
Miss Gertrude Culbertson bus fin
ished her school at Prosperity and is
nt home for vacation.
Fair-view Camp No. 422, Watts Mill.
Laurens, S. C. will unveil the monu
ment of the late Sovereign Virgil
Hughes, at Warrior Creek cemetery
Oil Sunday April 2.'ird at one o'clock
P. m. A cordial Invitation is extend
ed to all sovereigns and camps to take
ail active part it; the unveiling cere
By order of camp.
L. B. Bishop, c. c.
R. H. Donaldson. Clerk.
Laurons, S. C. April Iii, 1011.
Qtiicklj lures t'otivhs, (<>!ds ami Ca
If you. dear reader, could spend nn
hour lookin.v ovel a few ol the tllOUS ,
am!? of ttsriiniiii.il.-. tliat WO have (>n '
Hie. you ? (. ;!ii not un on suffering
from eatnrrh ihm dlsvastlni? diseast ,
that will su''!;. sap your vitality and
weaken you.- entin ?ystu.n 't allowed
Yoh \vi nbl have |>at as much Lii'li
in UYOM.Bl ; w i.av . and wo have
bo lunch < " ili leiiee In it> won lovfnl I
curative vi are Iba! it i; sold Hu
country over under a positive gunran
lee to cure ( tarrh. croup spry throat,
coughs and cold: or money buck.
No stomach dosing win n von in atli
I1YOMBI. .lust pour n few drops of
tha liquid Into the inhaler, and br< tithe >
I! is mighty plcnuni'il to use: it op
ons nit tlio.su stuffed-up nostrils in
two minutes, and makes your head feel
as clear as a !> -n in a short tlntd.
r.rcathc IIVO and kill the -.? 1
tarrh germs It's iho only way to
cure ciitahi' Iff the only way io get
i id of that ?< nst tut hawking, si nil
lug niitl spitting". ,
A conipieti HYOMBI outfit, wl ;i >
Inclndes n bo;tle nf l' Y?Ml ? I and a
html rui her pocket inhaler, costs 51 no,
at druggist;- ? ,'crywli -re or at La-irem
Driig Co. If'you already ow ua Myo
(no) inlVali ',y ?; < an t'.ei an ext ra hot
tie - f MYO dBl for :?" cents.
Card of Thanks,
i We v.!. '.: to i xteiid Im I grid fill
thanks foi the many kindjticsse iitul
assistance i'cndored by our inanj
friends and acquaintances during our
iv e -nt In ? ? aveini nt.
Very Hlncert ly.
Mrs. tin Kiisi and Chlldi? in
Cray Court. S. C . April 12. IUI 1.
I ! I ill KOCK.
\ KK WS \S.
Mow (o Let Till re
\It* Line Italluil)
ONLY onr NICHT OI'V FROM
SOUTH carolina and G BORG iA
Account of tin-cling of the United
ConfederatO Veterans, round trip tick
ets will be sold from all principal sta
tions May 13. 14, ib, 1911: fluni limit
May 2'.',, 1011. Hxtensmn of limit un
til June 14, Hi) I. may be had by <1<
positing tickets at Little Hock ami
payment of a fee of Ffty C nils.
Round Trip Kate From Lau i
$15.41?, (via Clinton and Son hon rd I
Leave Clinton S \ 1. II: 21 PM
Arrive Birmln'ghnm SA i. s"" I'M
Arrive Memphis : ::o AM
Ari'lve Little Rock ! 30 t'
win operate Ihrougli eonoho (iiul
Any agent of the Seaboard Will
cheerfully furnish nnv information.
c. d. WA^ N C.
A.-.si taut Qeni rnl Pni sonn ?? ': ni
Mr. ,1, A. Holmes H?re.
Mr. J. A. Hohnes. Chief Of Hie United
States Bureau of Mines and .Minini;
and a native of Laurens County, spent
several days in the city aud county
last week visiting his relatives and
friends. Mr. Hohnes left his old home
place hack in the seventies and. after
working his way through Cornell Ulll
vorslty, steadily rose to his present
high place In the government service.
The chiei's of, the bureaus rank n xt I
to the cabinet officers. In looking ov
er the City, Mr. Holmes was very muc h
pleased to note the appearances of
prosperity and growth which the city
has taken on within the past few years
While in the city Mr. Holmes was the
guest of |)|*. and Mrs. I.. S. Fuller.
(Kation for Letters of Administration
State of South Carolina.
. ountj of Laurens.
By o. c. Thompson, Probate Judge:
Whereas, s. u. Dorroh and ,1. B.
Owings have made suit to 1110 to grant
them Letters of Administration of thel
estate and effects of J. Uoss Dorroh.
These are. therefore, to cite and ad
monish all aud singular the kindred
and creditors of the said .1. Ross Dor
roh. deceased, that they he and appear
before nie, in the Court of Probate, to
be held at Laurens. C H., S. C. Oil the
1st day of May, l.tll next, after pub
lication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any they
have, why the said Administration
should not he granted.
Given under my hand this 17 day of
April Anno Domini 1911.
?. G. THOMPSON.
;-:s-'Jt Probate Judge.
Citation lor Letters of Administration
State of South Carolina,
Count) of Laurens.
My o. c. Thompson. Probate Judge:
Whereas, C. A. Saxon lias made suit
to me to grant him Letters of Admin
istration of the estate and effects of J.
Tin s.' are therefore. m cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said .1. P. Saxon,
deceased, that they he and appear be
fore me, in the Court <>f Probate, to
he held .it Laurens C. IL. S. C. on the
28th day of April, 1911 next, after pub
lication hereof, at li o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any they
have, why (he said Administration
should not be granted. <
Given Ulioer lllj hand this 11th day
of Apt il \nno Domini 191 1.
O. G. THOMPSON.
xs-li Probate Judge.
Good with Liil'v ck Vici
ous with rjurc sweet
ly with cither lc:nn-<
no part of its flavor.
fc"::a:%ivte.fc(l t o
CURED IN 30 MINUTES ? VI' III
7f\ Cured quickly. 'Like no iut>s(l(u(c.
vjdOi- by m.dl or express from M int.,
?4 Dr. I? J. Sharp & Co., Commerce, Ca.,
/'r"u or 30 from druffglttS.
Laurens Drug Company
I .aureus. S, C.
[ ? l URES
will i lutnin iis ? r <>i rollen wood.
? uns lllieiiniiillNiii '?'? Ntny Cured.
Science s is discovered a perfect and
complete, eure called Itheumacide. Test
ed in hundred:) of c?ne.s, n has effected
marveloiiH cures, Hheumncldo r<;iiiovos
tin- i .i i ?. nets a', tin joints from (ho
inside, nvi" ',*?< ti,<- polsoiiH out of tho
System, tones up iho stomach, roKiilatcs
the bowels ami kidneys. Solu by ilrug
ulsts at Me. and $1; in Iho tablet form
at 25c. ?'?ml We,, by mail. Hookl'd ffCO.
hohhltt Chemical Co,. Uiillhnoro. Md
QctN At 'iiic Jiiltifa From TUe lONlde.
JUST . .
Lnuretis, St C
V S K
(JLYJIPlPS HIGH I- \-W W I.I V LB
The Great System Builder
Sold on n guni-aito e; Money back If
not satisfactory ?< < bottle
Sold bj Laurons Di ug Co.
J. N. LEAK
The "Land Man'*
1-.". acre of land with Six-room dwell
ing in town of Clinton situated oil
Adnir street. Price $2.'J0t>.
125 acres of land, with BCVOll
room dwelling, burn and outbuildings,
hounded by lands of Rebecca Simp
son, .lohn Childless and others. Price
$.'!<> per acre.
219 acres of land with dwelling and
Outbuildings, bounded by lauds of .1.
M. Philpot, R. K. Terry and others.
Prlco $10 per ncre.
85 acres of land more or loss, eight
room dwelling, 3 tenant houses, good
bant and outbuildings, in the town of
Lnuford. Price $0,500.
!>?'? acres of land in Vooilgs township,
known as the Old Smith Place, nice
cottage and pond barn an! outbuild
ings. Price $ 1,850.
so acres of land in the town of l.nn
ford with henutiful cottage nicely lo
cated. Price $C,500.
2 beautiful six-room cottages iu
town of Cray Court, nicely locato'
close to business part of I ho town.
Prices right anil terms made caj;y. Al
so 3 lots suitable for residence loin In
town of Cray Court.
One lol of land 50 ft. fronting on
North Harper street. 210 feet deop
with store-room 20x50 near the Walt*
Oik It t f.tin- North i Inrpor St.,
100x2 lo feel d< cp, price $800.00
.'. basil ess lots near 'be Watts mfll
ir utiii'! North Harper struct. -Zxi??o
One loi with ?'? room cottage, front
lug Mock street, 110x300 feet deep.
:; acres of land, inoro oi lesa a.n<l
S-room dwelling, slor< house and out
building at Owillgs Station. 'Phis prop
city Is well local, d to establish tli*
trade ami is worth more then the mon
ey we ark, $2,050.00.
If you do not find what you want let mc know your wants
and I will find it for you.
J. N. LEAK
The Real Estate Alan That Divides the Kurth to Suit Your Pun.
This is the price marked by tlie yard
on Fancy and .solid colored Silks in
choicest shades. White is included
in this lot.
A full line Crepe I)e Chenes at
Yard-wide Mesalines, the yard, al
A full range in cotton printed Foulards,
the yard, at 121 c and 15
Linens of pure flax in all weights
^ for Skirting and Waists.
Choice weaves in all w hile fabri :s.
See These goods, examine quality at
prices quoted at
'?*'>' 'i Hi 111 I." '.
M< need " (? us
? Incxpcntlvi Stormprool
Will la't ns long ??>? ii < building.
Rood put f.n over iwrniy years ago aid us good .??*
toO*ay. i <>f iurtlier detailed Kifo/ioalion i'pply to
Local Dealer or
Cortrlght Metal Shingle Co., Philadelphia, Penn
SCHOFIELD ENGINES ?L? BOILER
"Have Stood the Test of Time" ?
Thoy have no superior in point of DURABILITY and arc Bc*t Ai
for Saw Mills, Oil Mills, Cotton Gins; in fact, I /
required. Write for pricos < :i Saw Mills, Shinglo M>1
BOILERS. Wo carry for immediate shipment ih
Constructed iJollors, ranging from 12 II. P. to 100
Write today for our illustrated catalog.
j. S. SCHOFIltO'S S3?S CO., Woiks and Head Office. MAC?N,
Branch Ollice, 3?7 West Trade Street, Charlotte, N C
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