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Its steady, even heat preserves
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meat. You can always get
just the right heat.
The New Perfection is ready
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Made in different sizes-Nos. 1, 2,
3, 4 and 5. No. 5 has the new fire
less cooking oven. Ask to see it at
all hardware and department stores.
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NO EXEMPTION AS
TO PANAMA TOLLS
Senate Votes to RIepeat Act. Exempting
A mericn Constwvise Shipping from
Piying 'aitanna 'olls.
Washington, .June 11.-Repeal of
Panatat canal tolls exemption for
Amnericani coastwise shipping, passed
the senate tonight by a vote of 50 to
35. The measure now goes back to
the house, which is expected to accept
the Siminons-Notris amendment speci
lleally reserving all rights the 'nilted
S'attes tilay have tinder the Ilay-l'atn
The Senate late today defeated an
armlentment, proposed by Senator
Walsh to allow the dispute over tolls
to be carried to the sutremle cort of
te it'nited States. The tote w as
P'assagte of the hill, atfer' a strugg-l
lit hitas lastei lor severatl imoniths,
wtas tegiurdeI totight as another tie
tory t." l'resident Wilson. Al hough
I:l IZ pllIients (.11ilt to the aid of th
;,7i 1 ' alor rats who vo tedl for thle hill
on linall passage, Ilte president initi
ated teit liov e tt ini i mrty l or r
1,:11 and it wats bi nd hitnt that it:iny
immnoergals wh;1o vote.d "nyl'" linedt 1_
on 1l'a- ;: . ilst.
Expret ll 1to h it,
ITit' has blen it)o cIrtain pr n
fyont tiet tilt Ilous that i h rea t t
d1l41 w\-illig the hrill wi I its <a
grind oilenlinent, but there has eltin
to <h'(t l rltion I hat he w\ ill reto it,
and t rty lediler ill the sena were
irtally certain he would approve it.
ieveu t emocra ts, led1 by Senator
a(oorinan, foight the bill to the (ndl.
iae sena e was weary with its lona
grind of dehale, its weary wattching
for any bll reipt to gin a tarlia
thentarye adtogrro and bytithe timet
I'l dat ice President .arshall pu the es
tion for the mssage of the bill the
oratory dehat died dlown the chamber
was iliet and the vote was taken with
till little excitement.
A n Unusual Scene.
Earlier In the evening there was
an outbreak among Democrats which
showed the deep feeling that has been
aroused by the bill. Senator Varda
man of .\ississippi, and West of Geor
gia came near to blows, creating a
scene such as had not been witness
on the floor In many years.
Tt'he bill probably will be sent ao
the house tomorrow and cnn be taken
upl immediately if house leaders de
sire. The evident temper of thhe sn
ate to defeat the bill unless amended
is expected to have weight with the
house and Democrats anxious to put
an end to the matter as soon :s pos
oble ar expected to de-:nand (arly
The vote In favor of the hill o:
Deulerats- -lIankhead, 3ryan, iil
ton, ('lark (Ark), C pulberson, ' leteher.
(ore, liitchete , Ilughe s, .lames.
.lohnson. Iern, I ea i. ,, ioewis, t\tar
tin, .\yers. Overman, Owen, P'itktn,
I'omrene, Saulshury. Shar oht, Shett
SMAYO OF SM TRt .. mith
OUTCl FtOR Uwnsn S homENA n,
Thontont ert Wte, Wrllmds-37.ev
lie ubilicans-BPorandgee ('tltutont
SitIottt, teringC Sherman--13.l Slt
lThie voa agait tthe tills: irto
tDtem norts-Ashutir, Chablaoinv
titintilatin, ewandas, onormanh
tansl lateedi Vatraman, Tl:homas.
lSlleld fs-11. dshr iaiietiitg
iblicanors-orahitl trdy biomw
khns, askmdth .\h.), aSmeoot, Suther
ahi Tonnda- Wr.renitt state,
Tiotaloen 3 n5. teopnngmetn
L. D. JeningsI servnge is Del
,tem s mo tr ofSuter, Frinds irev
te uiter take Pweru manaetitorm
ofuonet, weh3.Chosidrablei tor
IniteduSates Sndnate. hasr beennidely
aoptedsoverbi the mtr. n enrl
ly proved successful. He is a self
made man and has the characteristics
ofnost self-made nen. He is presi
dent of the People's Bank, a large
farmer and one of the leading laswyers
or this section of the state, having
ttade his rehutation to a great extent
in anti-railroad cases. A man of great
force and limitless energy, he will
"hustle" .from now on, and the other
candidates will feel him Very much in
the race. Strongly Anti-Blease in pol
itics he will keep things )tot for the
Chief Executive, especially as he is an
eloqient and vehement stumnp speaker.
able to cope with all yone on the stump
and fully calable of holding his own.
'T his is his first ventue in sate po11
ti('s, but his friends say he will be
well known lit fore the campaign is
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* * * h* * * * * o * o e t
\l 'reas,it ha-: illea: .I our I i:v -
lyi ,'atter to to l mov' fro:)l uis o 3r
II flrien1 a:nd S 1. . .i. ir .\".
C':ilt. Ilin'refocre. h:; it r s led;
Fir t. 'hat w\ - ex;,"ml ourt.-d' -
\'y 1'1;!1h1 to the heirta e i\'1 I:unlity .m .:"
pray (;0 l's ('(ii (1 ' 'ti" ' preson-e !e
with thim :
(',nd(. 'ITl:w (,tr mfin o m ;c
1:. lust 11!"t n )1 it :1:()".t on13 1 : .. -
tid f:ithlt mmn wr.:
Third. Th11.t her chur11ch :m111d la
scwhoo (1 l,t-s V.htichi .:.( loved myi' t-4,n .
d .o a it it h ily Iaveti susthained3 a I^'
in t'l loss, t while h rlovd t o r ti Wll
of a i sed beyondc, et l. r in wluelne wi1
still live on.
Fourth. That while each one of 1u
f("(l that her pa:ssinr' away: is a grt.("t
pe(rsonal loss. yet we how to the will
of hinm w\ho do~etht all (tin s w\ell:
liftIth, 'ltat a copy of these resolu
lions b1 sett to the hereaved family,
to the Southern ('hristIan Advocate.
to the Laurens Advertiser and a page
be inscribed to her tmemory in our
Mrs. It. L. Gray,
Mrs. Frank Bolt,
Mrs. Festus Curry.
Big Wheat Yield.
New York, June 13.-B. F. Bush,
,(resident of the Missouri Pacific,
who is now making an inspection trip
over the property, wires that an in
erease of 20 per cent. In acreage and
of 100 per cent in yield is given as a
conservative estimate of the present
wheat situation. "Merchants' stocks
of goods are low," says Mr. Bush, "but
traveling salesmen say merchants are
now buying freely, being assured of
prosperous times. As a result, we look
for an immediate active .merchandice
Always I.end to Better Ilcalth1.
Serious sicknesses start in disor
ders of the stomach, liver and kidneys.
Te best corrective and preventive i
1r. King's New Life Pills. They Puri
fy the blood--prevent constipation,
keep liver, kidneys and howv(Is it1
healthy condition. Give you better
health by ridding the system of fer
muenting and1( gassy foods. E~ffective
and1( mld. 250c at your~ dr'uggist.
Ilucklent's Arnica Samlve for' all lurti.
Women who are worn out with the body to perform the duties of the
Louble burden of household work and household. It lightens the wort by
a body that Is suffering from the mis-fitntesrnghothtak Atr
cry of disorders in the female genera- a short course with this exceleat :
live system, are strongly urged to tiy storative. cork becomes a pleasaro
the beneficial effect of DR. Shnnion:: because health and sound i':iysieal
SQUAW VINE WINE. It is Just the conditions have taken the plnce of
remedy they need to correct the inter- sickness aid despondency. i'-'c.) $1 00
i sorder' and1 put st rength In the per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Join our South Bend Watch Club and buy
on easy terms at the lowest cash price.
You heavb always wanted to own a high gude watch -a watch you could
absolutely depend upon for acourncy - a watdin that would e the envy
of your friends-h
Hero is your opportunit .
i'lans have just been coiplefed that pennit us to sell high grado South
3cnd watches on c isy payments at the cash rock bottom pric.
$$ Th 99d
on $1.00 a week terms
We propose to sell these watches Wich you Wil a'v y be proud to
in clubs. 13y coliiIn the pur- ccaray
chases of se(e al peo)p. \e weIn sell It i SufraI(t('(( to ' o absolute
a number of wetches at no gr eater
cost th an the cost to sell one Watci. tlon'tkers
That's why we call if our club plan.
A watch will be delivered to each )(i wil surey lake it ha.
membler upon his making the first 1.
pat ziacait. . on' t let this splendid chance sli)
'ho amount etch member will pay y-this offer is made for a limited
in each week will be so small that tale only-come in this evening
it will never be noticed and at the and let us give you more complete
end of a few weeks tho watch is. information on this money saving
entirely paid for. plan.
The South Bend Watch which we ThI offer Is open to both ladies
arc offering on this club plan is a anfd gentlemen.
Wear The Watch Whallwaou Pay.
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
Gasoline and Kerosine l
Delivered Anywhere in the County :
in any quantity." "
gWeHandlehThe Best 166 degree
hest in the State. Ask the State Oil Inspcc
Gulf Rfiiing Co
. R. EICHELBERGER, Agent
n, . C.
And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin. believe I would have died if I hadn't
cent Was Unable to Attend to '
After I began taking Cardui, I was
Any of Her Housework. greatly helped, and all three bottles re
lieved me entirely.
I fattened up, :hnd grew so much
Pleasant Hill, N. C.-"I suflered for stronger in threeimonths, I felt like an
three summers," writes Mrs. Walter other person altogether."
Vincent, of this town, "and ;he third and Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle
last time, was my worst.
I had dreadful nervous headaches and actn ts i ngredi nt ildoni
prostration, and was scarcely able to
walk about. Could not do any of my Cardui nakes for increased strength,
housework. inproves the appetite, tones up the ner
I also had dreadfu! pains in my back vots system, and helps to make pale,
and sides and when one of those weak, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy.
sinking spells would come on me, million
would have to give up and lie don weak women, during the past 50 years.
wutld havwoe of gie u n i o n It will surely do for you, what It has
until it wore off.
I was certainly in a dreadful state of done for them. Try Cardul today.
health, when I finally decided to try v Dept.. (';a lanoga. T nn., for .Special In
oerucpioer on watr case thnd 64-page br." k. "jlone
Cardul,~~~~~~~ th oa' oiadIfrml featment for Woinen.'" sent in plain wrappe,. J-66
$200,000 Worth of Real Estate for Sale!
1Uor ' ftsi'o onee on the swotamre; ivery n( Sales Stables;
I 1at rith ship and mrvooless; the Gray & Sheasly Machine
Shop anid suii roli nitio buiildings ; (City hiotmes Wid lots. All
kinds of fim vnouds. Pries sn terms aight.
I luiuy andI sell Stoei. Also write i reh eld Fire Instranco
Bdn for them. Trynardui today
$2 000hrho Real Estate fon are, Sle!
hi i t S hop r an"ol;teGa hayMchin
Choice Real Estate for Safe!
20 acres of land inside incorpora1te 2-4 acre of land, bounded by Jeff These are a few o fthe bargains
limits of city of ILaurens, with six Sexton, Will Ilakeley, and others on that we have to offer you at the rins
room ottge. three room house and Mock Street, in city of L.urens; has eat. if you want a hre1-- or wat to
oittiilding, for $2,500. six room dwelling, for the small sme ispiose of a home call ne up at ray
Two store rooms, at Watts M1111 $900. Court, S. C., Phone 19.
fronting 50 f(cet anid :5 feet deep. Price 3-4 acre more or less, kn.,wn as A- 30
It. I. Burns home, in the city of Lauirens, kn acres of land, more or less,
bounded by Boyd Sexton, Geo. Garrett known as part of the Mrs. Nan Knight
a 1-4 acres with six-room dwelling, and fronting on North Ilarper street iomestead. Hounded by S P. P. all,
two harns, and other outbuildings at with seven room dwelling, outbuild-'%irs. Sallie Ilighes, L. . Wilson andb
the Watts Mill. Price $,,s00.U. ing itnd line well of water. This home others. With dwelling and out-build.
has been recently built in fine loca
Also lot adjoining this lot, 62 acres, tion and can be bought for $3,200, one
at $50.00 per acre. third cash, balance in one ind two h0 acres of land fbounded by publie
40 1-2 aches known as the S. it. years. unreenvlle, known fro the L arsd( Io
Moore tract and bounded by W. T. Ow- land, just outside corpoRitte limits o,
ens, 13. Putnam, J. W. Dui re and oth- the city of Laurens Price 7 peo
ers. Has good dwelling, good tenant city - $75.00 per
house and outhildings. This Is a fine
location. In sight of the Gray Court- - 1171-2 aches boundecl by lands of 0.
Owing Institute and the most valuable A. 11atbb, ,. i. Mares and the Aber'
piece of real estate than can be offer- crombie estate. Has nice dwelling,
ed to the public. See me for prices. good outbuilding, and farn land( lI.
9 c res of land, known as the highest state of cultivation. Price
+3are flad nona part of $60.00 per acre.
the Airs. Anne ('hek homestead,
hounded by W. R. Cheek, Geo. Smith (t7 acres of lant
V .11. Henderson and others. Ilas sp f Yorate limits of Gray strout In high
dwelling and outbuilding. Convenient . state of cultiv tio n. a Cout ,nant hig
to school and church. Price $35 per -u on. Has tenant house
acre. and is very near the Gray Court-Ow.
acre. itngs Institute. This property is cheap
88 acres, known as 1. O. Smith's at the price $50.00 per acre.
home, bounded by S. A. Williams.
Chesterfield McDaniel and others. 10 1tl-2 acres known as the Reuben
Price $37.50 per acre. -Martin homestoad, situated on the
highway from Lanford to Gray Court.
169 acres, known na Mr. Albert D. This is one of the finest locations i
Burns' home, bounded by Sam Burns, the upper part of the county, close to
Mac urns and Robert Fleming. This schools, close to church and close to
is a nice piece of property. nicely lo- market. Price $45.00 per acre.
cated and good improvements. Chieap
at $15 per ere. 2aners more or loss, known as s. T
Up-to-date bakery at very reasona- place, bounded by North var
1 3-4 acres, more or less, know'n as ble price and terms made easy see per street, Witts Mills property; flvt
1':. It. Blakeley home, hounded by V. C. me early if you want this property i room dwelling, storeroom 25x 0 feet,
Ilellams, J. J. Dendy and fronting * with barn and fine well of water. Canl
Church street. Eight room cottage 1 3-4 acres of land known as the 1. Io connected with water works. lilee
and outbullding, city er. with W. Patton home at Watts Mill, with a trio ligl.ts already installed. Prico $3,
lights. Fine pasture. I-. $2,500. beautiful cottage and a store-room. 200,
54 1-2 acres, known as the Gilly F. Price $2,700.00. 63 acres of land, more or less, known
Riddle home place, bounded by Chlirlil Also three unimproved lots at the as the G. J. Lanford lands, bounded by
Henson, II. P. Garrett and Little broth- Watts Mill will be sold remarkably the lands of J. O. Garrett, H.' P. Bur
ers. Price $37.50 per acre, cheap. See me for price. dette and others. Price $00.00 per acre.
J. N. LEAK /
The Land Man Who Divides The Earth to Suit Your Purse