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First i of )! orh in ! 11114t ie tn Ne4n
Sch lf)1 e liv il ti st C s 1ne to 4 (11 l sIe
C t . :I year F ih
w hool !ai Iin , the,
Graly iorI-iw in s Insitute Ilo.e.I
the I 1 1, -1. I I ess ion lastl Tu'lesday IVett
Ing With Ippropr-ialV a1d IattaiiV
exe rc i ses. This promtn iinent L:lrola~
County inst I lf tu has al wa~is had t"
eessful :iin bu 4t 11,1.a 1 yeair has
jIWovi'll one -',' tH! 1111); slWCC(.-- !:I
tt h r I t1he .*oul. i'n r t, ,
akble l r h i l fl'Pro:,. It. T. \\';b-e l
(inlit y E:s a -k an r:si n s
% 11 :t ' 1 i z l i l i n .
wheno !.r. \\' . -~e n ? i n k ,c -. ~
t u 1 'k . 1 d
wa i i h I11-iS
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Uni.V T, I n d,
Sol) . i iay
Pr I.- N . T . I\' . i '1 n
Solo .\l N . Il n .
T 't .le " h ve:
U 4 t Ii f I tI I ij s N.\d I hquo
Iati. ' t tililey (tjt'at'll tof ta
et ii'ntav Sa te( ."-i Ic e \ iuive. i ss
ra~ii~ I Itli to !it T l I o 11hol
Tilen t irad. .s btila v. lTni pl.n
nl'e (i.. r. .lAti~n b Ietilunter.
Mt.\ l i Stlla 1: 1ro t eks.
Class till-lalph Tenoiph'toe.
Class N'rowiheev i. \.
Valedictory --shaw . tohnson.
Ae(Id et v hu Ii i t (I- I m 1' i I ,t ( I perss I..
Addrets before Gradua'lting this -e)r.
11. N. Snyder, l'residen t of W oti
Delivery or .\Asonlie .\edalI for bost
scholar1ship inl higph school to K-..
shlaw .lhuson. .\warlded by \\'or
shipful .\Master .1. \\'. No.
Delivery of 1.lhrary certilientles to a1
large nuin1her.. h;asued by ('ountly
cSueritennt ofI Idcttioln.
Deli veary of Certifint avnn
See t ;ado to the( lihL S chool.
Perfet \tlendianc Illui ons'.., deiver ed
to aT erauglais. Bruce Gray,
G:'dy !roks P1. T. Lyo .Ioul-i
Announcelent of best essay s:
ollghth e, t \\illis.
-Ninth Grade. iadys Gty.
Tenth G;rade. E0 Saw Johns1,onl.
Awarding of Il plonas aoring to
class standing: 1. Shaw Johnson,
Ilru1ce Gr , csll T 1meto ,
Sitella turooks, \lalotu bte Iclgunter.
III alth TtempI 'ltol, Luy hell k,
1. .\M. Owings.
Benedictioni(k ,C%. T . W i. .ilinneln. II
SPeial sale oi clohig this week.
Seekess 1v Tmo aeignitItt C. 1>. atoper
at 1. i. ilurus & Co.,Store No. '. onl
tie atuar at 11. .
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this seio ae vert butiy wit tir
crt atergli 41 hailtg s muchra.
lils anel.l a eundt
aher home ltort the suunner Ih'l vacat iont
aftr au cmltingi her urse aot' (ander
C~ollegetifl wrewood. s f t'.
\lo'iss I~ii n sir is ot t ing re'k latthies
Quit a. Etnhr fom the brngbo
ercss ate gol ess hoSnday. Cm
.\(lre. an \r...I ' atro n
.\lieclairgLittl is: vlaisn .\nd
sicnss ik he forgholyood at this.
withs &red Co. os li!
ttrctive Specials for
FOR TWO DAYS. this week we are going to offer
somic extraordinary values in spring and summer wear
ables, specially priced and affording you timely needs
at a big saving. When we advertise a special value or
bargain you will always find it even better than our ads
can say. The special items on sale Friday and Satur
day will be of great interest to you, not only from a
saving standpoint but also an assurance of best styles
and superior makes.
One lot Ladies' Blue Linen Dresses sell Friday and Saturday at half price. Now
worth $2.50 will close out Friday and Sat- is just the time you want one, don't miss
urday for only - - - $1.50 this opportunity.
Small lot Ladies' Silk Dresses all this Ferguson McKinney $1.00 Shirts,
seasons styles will close out Friday and White, Black and White stripe or Fancy,
Saturday at half price. you know this is the best shirt made for
One lot Ladies' Ratina Dresses carried $1.00 Friday and Saturday only 79c.
over from last season worth $5.00 your One lot Misses White Slippers sizes 6
choice Friday and Saturday for only $1.50 to 11 1-2 Friday and Saturday only ,5c.
One lot Ladies' White P. K. Skirts One lot Misses White Slippers worth
Friday and Saturday special only 89c. $1.00 and $1.25 sizes 11 1.2 to 1 1-2 Fri.
Big lot Men's Athletic Underwear, day and Saturday only il I 75c.
Shirts and Short Drawers worth 50c each Big lot Ladies' Whit~ pers worth
special Friday and Saturday 3 for $1.00. $1.25 and $1.50 all sizes ur choice Fri
One lot Misses Middy Blouses worth day and Saturday only I a 98C.
$1.00 special only - - 69c One lot 27 inch Ratina, Pink, Blue,
One lot Ladies' Tailored Silk Skirts Tan and Lavender worth 25c Friday and
all stripes worth $3.50 Friday and 'Satur- Saturday only m - I c
day special only - - $1.98 Bgetvle vri aisHt l
One lot 25 inch Antrim Lawn Friday onoetbeFiaadStuayfrnl
and Saturday only - - 3c. $15.Htonhitalwrhupo
TheabvereFrdayanSauraysecFias but Saturydayi thpie. w
you an fnd umathablbarain in o every depatmenbet ofhir t or
x10 rdyadStra ny7c
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liark-lsdale, .\ay :31.--Thle farmler-s of
the coinmulnity have been busy thin
nintg co n for the Ipms two weeks.
They had at nli(.e little shower last
Thul lrsday nlight. 11
.\lr. G. T. Wilhiers of Tumlilbling
Shoals ;ection and Ilis little son, Al
hr(, visited his mother, Ms. 11. A.
\\'ithers last Friday.
.. anld Mrs. Hletry lienderson of
ShtilohI, visite-d his imiothelr, .\lr. .1. Y.
I wenderlson unay
.\ rs (h irne l ifllderson and Tal
image Gray werte visiting 1in thlie coi
t1inity Saturday night.
Miss Daisy Baldwin who has been
away teaching has returned hone.
We are glad to have her in the com
Mt. W. If. Baldwin and daughters,
Misses Idez, Loudelle and Annie at
tended the union meeting services at
Laurens Sunday. They report a nice
crowd and still better services.
Little Miss Annie Powers gt -th
Warrior - section attefided -Sritda'
school at Highland Home Sunday
morning. She, wiih her parents, .\lr.
and .\lrt . Sa il' i1o wer and little Sister,
l'.lima, were visit ing Mrs. PoPwer's nar
(nis, .lr. and .\rs. Will Hurns.
.\lr. and .\'s. Earl Knight visited
his prir(nts of tarksdale Snnday.
FORM.iER TRItEASI'TEli DEAD.
Caipt. It. I. Jennigis iIes at his lolit
InI Winsboro After an llne of
WinnsLoro, .\May26.-'apt. It. ii.
.lennings, for 12 yeais State treasilrer
of South Carolina died here today at
the ionie of his son, .1. .l. .lennings.
lie had been seriously ill for several
days. Capt. .lnnings was in his 77th
year. The funeral services were held
Friday morning at 9:20 o'clock at
Hethel Church in Falifleld county.
Telegrams from variois parts of the
State were received offering condol
ence to the bereaved family,
Capt. Jennings was a foremost figure
in the Methodist church, being on the
board of the South Carolina confer
ence for 40 years, a trustee of Co
I mnoia college and r .4p other
etPtcifles' of the chih for. lon'ger
SAVED FIOM DEATH
.1. E. Erinlin Sa)s 11'ond1erfiul cItemedy
Jirouight Ifim .stoish$ingl~ lIe'lIef.
.1. F. Erwiln of Wils on-Salem. N. C.,
was for a long time t e victim of seri
ou0s (1l0isorders of th :stotmaclh. lI c
tried all kinds of It. -atmwent and had
Otne day he took I (lose of .\lay r's
Wonderful iledy and was aston
isied att lie retilis 'Thlle help he
sought had come. e wrote:
"I am ati sfilel b rough i-rsoial
use of the life-savi powers of your
Wonderful itemedy. Youi have saved
my life. I, could lla lived ut, a few
weeks more had it not been for your
remledy. I am inelosing a list of
friend sufferers who ought to have
soile of your reiedy."
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives
perinent results for stomach, liver
and Intestinal ailitients. Eat as mitch
aid whatever you like. No more dIs
tress after eating, pressure of gas In
the stomach and around the heart. (et
one bottle of your druggist now and
try it on an absolute guarantee-if
not satisfied money will be returned.
B Y60y ye 5 tinipio J. e. Pitins and
to., and se the anYig Its ip to you.
J. C..Burns & Co. two stores.
We liIe ith itus Mr. Fred Martin.
of Greenville fhlo Is a first class an.
tomobile icehanIe. lirlag your autos
and give Mitni n trial. We guarantee
Vulcanizing .... ..,, .... ..... e
Patching .... .... .... .. ....loe
Changling 'I'lres .... .... .... .. ge
(irinultng Vl11-s ...'. $1.50 to *2.00
Spark Plugs, worit *1.00, each . .39c
,8x0 --.. -... .... .... .... ..$*-.o
80x8 ---- ---- .... .... .... .. 5.17
00x8 1.2 .... .... .... .... ..... .2
94x 1.2 ...................... 7.00
4M4 .... .... .... .... .... ..10.24
.GIVE US YOUR TRADE.
Notice of Electlon of School Trustees
Pursuant to nil Act of the General
Asseiblly of the State of South Caro
lina, alproved the 25tl day of F'ebrii
ary, 191 1 entitled "An Act to Provido
for the Election of School Trustees of
Laurens County," an elect ion for the
purpose of electing Vschool t rustees
for the various school districts of Ihai
rens couity, S. C., is hereby ordered
to be hel(I oil the 8thi day of Jtly, A.
1). 1915. The polls at said election
shall be opened at tlie school houses
in salid district. (xcept as hereinafter
stated. Th1ree trustees a re to bo
elected for each sChool district in said
coulttNy, (%X(ept as hereliafter stated.
Said (ectiOn "hall be Condiicted as
now provided by Iaw for general and
speclal elections. The follow;in n man
a r are i appointed to hold said elee
tion in the various school districts:
L.anford No. to: T. A. Druminond,
l. II. .loore, .1. Al. Pleming.
la::irens No. 1I, Court H0louse, seven
truistes: .1. T. Crews, .1. Wade Ander
soC. 11. A\dans,!'
Ora No. 12, tixe trii--: 1). M..\le
Clin1ocki, b. 1). lhkely, T. P1. 11 yrd.
Cross Ilill No. I:, sevell tristees:
.l. llly shoConway Dial, It. 1).
Waterlo No. I 1, Feveii trustees: W.
C. Whtionl, \W. 1i. Ci1t.rtonl, flex
llurricano No. 13-: 11. .\. Pi)tis, J. F.
Whiutmire. .a&. L. Simpson.
.oinilf lie No. 1: S. K. l'arrar. S.
J ao.1.. .\. G;oodnlianl.
Suillivan No. 1i: 11. HI. .alhon,.a.
R. otqper, It. .l. Wasson.
I riniS No. I: F. .1. Owings, A. 13.
liarklsdale. G. .\. Fluller.
.aitrens No. 2: T. S. ILangston, J.
It. Finley, G. 11. lIrown.
Laurens No. 3: 1". It. Todd, C. Y.
'2raddock, lieln W. llellaills.
Laurens No. I: W. 1. Brown, Gus
It. Milam, E. 11. Adair.
iiurens No. 5, Watts Mill Store:
EIdd Sorgee, W. T. Senn, W. A. Gar
Laurens No. ,: Victor Weathers, T.
Al. Workiluan, 1.m11 t. Sloan.
Youngs No. 1, Stuart's Store: J.
Marvin Patton, Arthur .1. Hughes,' A.
Youngs No. 2: Wilkes Wallace, I.
D. Lulias, W. F". G ru tu bles.
Youngs No. : Perry A. Riddle. J.
A. Fowler, S. .1. lilln1s.
Youngs No. -1: P. Il. Cooper, W. T.
Stephens, F. .1. Iragg.
loungs No. 5: .1. 0. llabb, 13. G.
Sproulse, M. C7. Whittaker.
Youngs No. 6: It. W. s4ewart, 0. C.
COx, C. l.". Ilur1dette.
Yolngs No. 7: W. 11. Wilkie, Austin
Abercromie, E. . IIid(dle.
Dials No. 1: .ll Kllight, . .
Woods, John)1 W. Curry.
Pials No. 2: Ziniri C. Reeves, L.
,'onway Arnistrong WIll S. Adair.
Dials N o. 3: C. .\L. Wolff, Gf. 1). Wil
son, 11. S. W'allace.
DIals No. .1:11. .1. G. Curry, L. A.
Thonipson. .1. T. Stoddard.
DIls No. .3: P. 1). Bolt, .1. Alvin
Curry, .1. .1. lliuniter.
Dials No. 1;: .1. A. Todd, A. it. Ow
ings, W. II. Iarksdale.
Dials No. 7: .1. Iarris Curry, Ar
thurI larris, 1'. 11. Canpbell.
Dials No. s: -. 13. Nash, S. It. Wll
0n1. G. C. Anderson.
Sullivan N'). : I'. L. Ridgeway, B.
F. Arnold. .1. 1'. Ilagwell.
Sullivan No. 2: .1. A. WVoo(, JT. A.
Il ughes, .1. II. lIlenley.
Sullivan No. 3: 1'. 'T. \oods. W\. NI.
Pitis, Ernest 1-. Sinipson.
Sullh-an No. 7: W. A. Sunpson, R.
C. Iteeves, .1. .. Knight.
Waterloo No. 1: .1. 1. .\iarln, J. N.
Odell, W. F. 1olt.
Wnlerloo No. 2: S. A. Taylor, Q. W.
Sims, El'rnest Itiser.
Waterloo . 3: C. C. 'aldwell, A..
C. C tbert tn 11. It. Pinson.
Wi r1 o No. -1: M. L. C. Moore, J.
11. All', f. lloyd.
W/ir/oo No. 5: WN. TP. .\l~aniel, 1.
M1. ~j'ings, S. E. WillIams.
\.'X lerloo No. 6: II. F. Wheeler, 0.
E..bore, B. M1. Cunnineghani.
Waterloo No. 7: F'. II. loland, (1. W..
Culbertson. 11. A. KnIght.
Waterloo No. 8: ,1. L,. Anderson, J..
Cross 11111 No. 1: TP. I1. Carter, W..
P. AdlaIr, L.. WN. Hleeder.
C'ross 11111 NI). 2: 11. W. Iloazmran
WN. II. Austin, J1. l. Grlilin.
I ust I, S. A. IBrowne.
('ross 11l11 No. .I: JT. 11. Atchison,.
('ross lIIill No. t;: TP. .1. ('ole, (G. W.
Long, WN. WN. Camupbl .
Younjg, A. Ht. lIolmes)0.
II in ter NI). 2: 5. IX.IJoies, II. W.
Iryson, .M. TI. .\ot es.
IIlunter' No. 3: II. L. Cunningham
. .1. Chanler, J1. II. .M. youing,
I bunter No. -I: lI. II. W~orkmnan, 3M
II. liedenbhaugh. 'C. V. .\onroe.
I hunter No. .3: 1. P'. Adai'. lI 'N
Speakls, I,. V. insoii,
Ilunter No. 7: WN. T. ('annon, .1.
(CIandle1 r, .I. A. ('ro wder.
I luntI'' No. 8: b,. V.. yOiuin .J ~
('rawford. I). I). IDixon.
-bl'ks No. I: j. Ib. l'nev,,t N
Adla!Ir, WN. .1. IIenryi.
.Jacks No. 2: ('. II. .11oh1n~'ron, F.[F
lonids. 'T. S. Simpson.
.Jacks; No. 3: I'. II. Copeland, TI P.
.tlacs No. I : -l. W. I iso,', J1. -\. lint
.backs No. 5: j1. Ii. Philso, WN ID
Glenn, IL. IP. P'rIn.
.baeks No. : T. Wi. 1)ilr .1 12).P
D~ean. 31. 11. Setzler.
Seuilletown~ NI). I : J1. I,. ( ane,
V.. liennoit, it. TI. ('unnmlgiiji
,. ulloowni No. 2: 0. '. Ilyrd, It. TI'
T rammiell, .I. I. Santders.
Seuitllet ownI No. :3: ( . 1. (ol peC
A. Owens, S. I,. i'axoni.
Seil let owni No. -I: WN. I). I1ty-d-( o.
'N. ('lardy, 11. ,1, IDonnon.'
Thle matnagers shll make I ie' re
turns22 to Ithe Countiy Iloar oI (f Kduca
tlon for saId county.~~
Bly ordler of thle ('oty Hoard of
lKdluntionl f01' 14at2Ires Coitiy, S. C,
this the first (lay of .June, A. 1). 191.
InVigorating to the Pat, and Siekly
The Old Standard entral bien TO I
CDROVE'S TASTEU S 8hl TO IC dri
bfalaria.enricheetheblood andbuildgu the ee
te.n. A true tollie. For adulte andchlr.
Prices low but goods high.