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OVER 65 YEARS'
Anyono rending a sketch nnd description may
quickly (uirurlnlii our Opinion froo whether an
Invention Is prolmlily pinriiinlil?. (.nr.
Mont strictly coutldont ltd. Hftf.'UCOOK on Patents
?out free. Oldest agency for eocurlna put cum.
Patents taken llirouk>li Munii A Co. receive
tpteial n dlcc, wl'liout Clinr-jo, In llio
A handsomely Illustrated worklr. I.arecst clr
ciilntlon of nny Hciont hli ]<niriuil. Turms, f 3 a
yeari tour months, |i. Sola by all newsdealers.
MUNN & Co.36,Bfoadw?"' New York
Branch onico. 625 V St., Washington, I). C.
If You are on the lookout
for something ??useful" for
we wj.nt you to know that a
jewelry store is the best place
In the world to find it.
We have made special pre
paration for this happy season,
nnd whether you wish to spend
50 cents or $50 you will have no
difficulty in finding something
here to exactly suit your taste
We shall he glad to show you
our magnificent assortment and
to help you find exactly what
you are looking for.
S00 acres of the best improved farm
ing land in the county cheap. Twen
ty-five horse farm open and twenty
tenant houses, electric lights, water
works. Four miles south-cast of the
Twenty-two acres, three miles east
of Laurens at Adld's Cross Roads, in
high state of cultivation and well im
proved. At a bargain.
500 acres of fine land on waters of
Little River, 1? miles south of Laurens
C. H. In fine state o fcultivation; 7
horse farm open; cheap and easy
100 small farms wanted for western
House and lot, on East Main street
containing 17 aci es with fine house,
barn and other improvements on easy
House and lot on Oarlington street,
cheap for quick sale..
400 acres near Stomp Springs In
f ne state of cultivation, 5 tenant hous
es. Price $11.50 per acre, one hall
cash, balance in 12 months.
125 acres 1*4 miles of public square,
electric, lights and one of the best
farms in the county. $125. per acre,
one half cash, balance on easy terms
Several lots on South Harper street.
House nnd lot on K. Main street, 8 1-2
acres and 15 room concrete dwelling;
finest place in upper South Carolina.
On easy terms.
Two elegant residences on Sullivan
street on easy terms.
Ono hundred acres tillable land
within corporate limits of city, very
reasonable nnd easy terms.
A number of farms and other prop,
erty for sale, see us before you pur
chase or sell your property.
Todd Building Laurens. S. G.
You Can Save $50:??
On Standard Typewriters
If you intend to buv mJtypewriter or If th?
machine you have is wnrnftut, in s ia y<>or . ppor
t'inlty tORi't the arealta/ typewrit, r v-lue evei
offered for the mqm y. /
We will save yoh f rom'ore-hal.' to two-thirds 01
tho cost ofa standard nf. clut.c.
W# ?V*rantV it'urV,-l,iiiit typewriters 'orone
year. T toy are justS.a/s- rviccal le aim do juM n:
neat, iflirilbo work aa Much in. a Uarii it the < i Is ii B
trademark of the manufacturer. You CAnhbVl
any^standard mak., typewrfttr >o? nref? r r<
built by expert workmen with n nk .11 that mako
certain pcrftct conatruction and action.
Write tcdny for catslotrue. No. 61.
AMERICAN WRITING MACHINE COMPANY
48 North Pryor St. Atlanta, Georgia
THE HOSIERY MILL
TO BE ABOLISHED
Pcnitcntlnrj Board of ??? ?-s Take
Vcfion in Tuberculosis
Columbia. June 7.?The hoslary mill
will be abolished. Following the ses
sion of the Penitentiary board of dl
rectors, with members of the state
board of ho;: 11h and Governor Blease
present, this afternoon, late tonight
the announcement was made that the
recommendations of tho board of
health will ho carried out. In these
recommendations was the Unding that
the hosiery mill should he abolished.
While all the details have not yet
been worked out, the fact that the
hosiery mill will he no more is an
absolute fact now, and thus is ended
the discussion over a proposition that
has stirred the State from one end
to the other.
The rumors as to tubercular condi- j
tions at the Penitentiary were called
to the attention of the Legislature by
Governor Blease, who asked that an
investigation he ordered. The Inves
tigation was ordered, the work being
done by the State hoard of health.
The State board of health made a
number of recommendations as to
sanitary conditions at the Penitentiary
and, among other things, recommend
ed that the hosiery mill, where are
worked 300 convicts, be abolished.
Chairman Sanders*? statement.
In response to a request from The
News and Courier correspondent, Mr,
A. K. Sanders, the chairman of the
hoard, explained the action of the
board today as follows:
"The hosiery mill mutter lias not
been fully adjusted yet. Will say.
however, that the recommendations of
the State board of health will be
carried out. The board will hold a
special meeting on June 21 to try and
adjust the matter satisfactorily to
Cain Graham as to tho time of closing
"The meeting was very har
monious, Governor Blease and the
committee pm the State board or
health meeting with our board."
Chairman Robert Wilson, Jr., of the
State board Of health, of Charleston,
was present at the meeting. In reply
to a question, it is stated. Dr. Wilson
said that the one remedy 'is to the
hosiery mill was to do away with this
form of labor.
The following are the members of
the board of directors of the Peniten
tiary: A. K. Sanders, chairman. 11 a -
good; .lohn G. Mobley, Wlnnsboro;
\V. H. Glenn, Anderson; J. I). Dens,
Summerton; Jasper M. Smith.
Smoaks; John Taylor, secretary, Co
lumbia, News and Courier.
Wins Fight for Lifo,
It was a long and bloody battle fori
life that was waged by James II.
Mcrshon, of Newark, N. J., of which
he writes: "I had lost much blood
from lung hemorrhages, and was very
weak and run-down. For eight months
I was unable to work. Death seemed
close oil my heeds, wnen I began, i
three weeks ago, to use Dr. King's
New Discovery/ Put it has helped me
greatly. It is' doing all that you
claim." For weak, sore lungs, obsti
nate coughs, stubborn colds, hoarse
ness, la grippe, asthme, hay fever or
any throat or lung trouble Its supreme.
50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by Laurens Drug Co., and
Palmetto Drug Co.
THE CLEMSON AGRICULTURAL
Enrollment Ober 700 Value of Prop
ertj Over a Million and a Quarter
Mitel) Teachers and Officers,
Seven full four years courses, in
Agricultural, Engineering, etc.
Cost per session of nine months.
including all fees, hooks, heat, liyht.
laundry, and necessary uniforms?
Students who are financially able,
pay $40.00 tuition additional.
SCHOLARSHIP AM) ENTRANCE
EXA MIN ATIONS
The College maintains VIy Agricul
tural Scholarships), and AW Textile
Scholarships, worth eaoli $l?n.no and
free tuition. / /
(Students who have attended Clem
f?np Col h go or anv College or
University, are not eligible for the
scholarships unless there are no oth
er eligible applicants.)
Scholarship and entrance examina
tions will be held at the Count) Seats
July 11th, 0 iu m.
Next Session Opens Sept. I .'I, 1011.
Write AT ONCK to W. M. RlggS,
President ClemBon College. S. ('., for
catalogue, scholarship blanks, etc.
If you delay, you may bo crowded
NOTICE: W0 IN CASH.?To breed
ers of Toy stallion, William Denmark.
For all ooltR foalded In 1911, I offer
cash prizes for three best colts as fol
lows: $l.r> for first, $10 for second,
and $f> for third best. Notioe of date
of exhibition of the colts?w^ll be given
In ample time. Every oije Interested
Invited to "take notice" and be ready
for the "show."
E. W. Martin.
45-4t. Laurens, S. C.
See our Colonial Table Class Ware,
we are offering a spoolnl In Ice Tea
TumBlera at 40 cents per set.
B. M. & E. 11. Wilkes & Co.
SOUTHERN TEXTILE ASSOCIATION
Active Preparations Being Made for
A ?nun I Meet I lit; (o In- Held in
(in i ittillc, s. (.. .luij 1st.
The Indications seem favorable for
a (urge attendance at the animal meet
ing of the Southern Textile Associa
tion to be held in Greenville, s. C,
?>n July Brat. The sessions will ft
held on Saturday afternoon and even
ing, ;i time most convenient for mill
imn to get away from their regular
work; i ml Greenville is cent rally lo
cated for a large percentage of tho
present membership. Besides this the
Association held one meeting at
Greenville two years ago. and a
taste of the whole-souled hospitality
of its people, which was one of the In
centives for its selection for this meet
Since that lime, however, the mem
bership lias been greatly increased by
means of big meetings at Spartan
burg, Columbia. Augusta and Char- j
lotto, but there need be no fears in I
regard to Greenville's ability to pro
vide room and accommodation tor all ;
who can attend.
The Program Committee have as- j
suranees so far of addresses and pa- ;
pers as follows: On weaving by Supt.
'/.. 11. Mangum of the Minneola Mill,
at Gibsonville, N. C.
"The Spinning Room." by Supt. \V.
A. Price, of the MollollOII Mill, New
berry, S. C.
"The Electrical Specialist in Cotton
Mills." by Mr. John P. .lodge, of Bal
"Opening and Cleaning of Cotton."
by J. K. Chessman, of New York.
"Efficiency of Operation and Waste
I'tili/.ation." by Eugene S/epesl.
"Mill Village Improvements," by
.las. L, Corbery, of Washington, I).
All superintendents, overseers and
heads of departments in the cotton
mills are eligible to membership on
payment of the fee oT $1.00. For fur
ther Information address.
G. S. EsCott, Secretary.
Charlotte. N. C.
A Charming Woman
is one who is lovely in face. form.'
mind and temper. Hut its hard for a I
woman to be charming without health.
A weak, sickly woman will be nerv
ous and irritable. Constipation and
kidney poisons show in pimples,
blotches, skin eruptions and a wretch
ed compleion. Hut Electric IBtters al
ways prove a godsend to women who
want health, beauty and friends. They
regulate Stomach. Liver ami Kidneys,
purify the blood: give strong nerves,
bright eves, pure breath, smooth, vel
vety skin, lovely complexion and per
feet health. Try them. 50c at Lau
rens Drug Co., and Palmetto Drug Co.
Notice of Appointment of Guardian.
Take notice that a petition lias been
filed in the Court of Common Plet b,
for the county of l.anrons. for an ol
der of the said court Tor the appoint
menl of 0. G. Thompson, as probate
Judge Of the County Of 1.aureus, as
Public Guardian of the ( states of Nel
lie Kellett, J. D. Kellett and Dewey
Kellett. minor children of the Inte W.
P. Kellett, the said minors having a
personal estate of Seven Hundred and
Fifty Dollars ($7.".0) coming to them
through the order cd the Woodmen of
the World, and that no lit. competent
and responsible person can be found
who is willing to assume such guar
June C, 1911.
See the big 1" cent value:, we offer
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
op mm 4p) 4p 4p 4p 4p w&mw ?m><
will copy any Photo, en
large any picture and
make High Grade Pho
tographs for you at the
very lowest prices. No
photographer can do
more nor offer any
more special inducement
has always done.
"Best Pictures, Lowest
Come to see us.
WL HARK RIG KSPMOIIx>\? ttilBCOHfWW
YOU expect more service from your Shoes
than from anything else that you want, but you
won't get that service unless you buy the right
kind of Shoes and have them correctly fitted.
We've The Right Sort and We're
Shoes for Men, Women and Children that
tower way above the level of "Just Shoes."
Take our Men's $3,50, $4.00, $5.00, and $0.00
Shoes, Our Women's $2 00, $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50
Shoes, our Boys' $2.50 and $3.00 School Shoe, or
our $1.25, $1.50 and $2.50 Misses' School Shoe,
and we say to you candidly that we don't know of
another Store, where you can get such Shoe values
for the money.
Take a look at tftese excellent Shoe values and
AAatch Us, If You Can !
THE SHOE MAN
Customers' Shoes Shined Free One Price to AH
Buggies, Wagons, Road Carts,
Harness and Harness Parts
ON 11 A NT)
Columbus Buggies, Fresh load of Ames Buggies,
Part loads Taylor Cannady, Carolina, Ratterman
& Luth, Surries, Carriages, Buggies. Also, large
supply second-hand Buggies and Harness. See
D. H. COUNTS & SON
213 East Main Street
Laurens, South Carolina