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DANGER IN SGHA I GHES.
Even a Tiny Cut Carm.e Oe Peril of
tr lge aoz it tilsav se li x"It v to
Us who u1s.' the wtw c L ti -ts
a l I ofta lii Il s L Ii ttl jtilit ctf
i|t't'e I, tIl s t' t'i v i w ''( -; I l k, I l-(IIe
e)1Vereti t Ii I Ii w I1 t . t u
b il t illl I , Li ' 1l. I L trI
V,%-IrS beeI I Sill' o ' . hir .\ I istel1l
anld t h ti - In ht I 'r hatt Shown t il I
IlIlills of 1 b2111 ;.1 t he il. l i I i'tl
tliSyiv l i , I I 'iAl ; ii ri av 1, ti
distcvered I WA (If I hw 11n1st in11ill'r
fin t. Tlom wer.Ie thle st .11 hlla k1c,
sII (ro lel s 011 1 (wIl ieb iliTll( S
COCCiforin, collc led in li fu-osi pus
I.orillilij?, goldll colored luiecrokh.).
Vlich ho foulid ill ft re of l oils
erud Vwl.erbl\'llees- . l'i te streptl'ri
us py gene (whiich Iue:1is o -i
1 ri01 ,1 1 cIOlle ted ill cb;lInls, pIls- fl*4 t-1
nl;- liierobe), whjich hie fotuld inl
"hsiierobies are fouind ev
erywhere," writes ProfeS -Gr Carlo
Feniizia in La Scienza per Tutti.
"ready to infect every wound, every
smuallest cut up1)on1 the skinl. There
fore, whenever we cut ourselves we
should wash the wound with pure
alcohol and paint it with tincture of
iodine, which is a powerful disin
fectant. We ouglit also to wash
with alcohol even the so Called
scratches of the skin made by the
razor when shaving, and it would be
a most usefil precautionl always to
pass a bit of cot ton Soaked in 70
per celit aldollol olver (le's lace aft
Or shlilvi ,lg. I-or Intilly hillIles tici
sores hlave bieen lil',dllitti hV r'azors
ac-ilig ns Illst IllI ll I Is -4 illfce ion.
(14)I it- ii \ ii . i Iwt ith Il i. eptie
'ist nt is l l n tit, ute i I l I I i .
14ble to c ;I ; h l;w of a1l i -
crobe1- , 1a.) t rk linel' lu en.
lo i i lif l i he Iul ' b ,i
to ver s l tw t \\i-lb 'ive ofL.1 -
.z ( 1-lub 't . . ' the t II I -
tiont i s i -s.r IV lIi
tle wfiulid \. . ae e
Thtis- is c le r
Tor t is t t;111 v l %I . I i
utli overvl ilint- I!! -
Bonner's F.--nous- Akdvert semen~rt,
lit t I
t . l b .
A Testamnta4ry Puzzle.
.\nt i lilhnm wh d-i d had I~5
<b111 inght It)rs, a tt be m e -ie allYo
th em in I siw
Thsu., miu is "|nl~i.A geaer
dpiino iii t\be st li.ll i when l\r
iitr hLJ for it . olcThen te
rouhly whatver ;\lg, twiso 01 i Iuil
Tois oreh is1 11i doubtlof l\rthus t
sandin sinra tihe dietert t that
eointC led <tne:-o seais, 01 r le laryto
fliabpoeiand eanJn bntiI
Ais uner! ihed tielvlr
yionih, "but psopsintely n imlo
withs Minsth ea hce. cnitionds are
iffonbl fo?" rduto.A
2,5V.0 nt?"m teplieissusis,
rhly" pekinw tw last halfa
aoshto Pesqurs nc-ht.st
Chseeang tim r glireeihn. ta
ex ere by this pper, saidh piso
ofira pocerfunl engine."
"\eltr Eainly gWo hern.i
"ha, relie sigged They lover
ith smeissVn like. threeer fu
ti"saWiy for nielsed imeosin
The Prison of Sark.
Sark, the loveliest of the channel is
In nds, possesses a (juaint old prison -of
two Cells m.0 ore i s i matter of form
th,n 1'of icessity. for seriouls Cer1line Is
alimost iunknown iI (te Ilaind, whlch
ias o pitld poilet', bt simply nll elect
ed colistable. It Is soie years since
the prison was.14enlled Into rtudin
13331 ol tile Izast oenasioit the balt was
fo1nd to be so rusty that it had to be
Irokei before tlhe door could be open.
Vd. 'I'e pr-2isoielr was then [tult in, left
111 n3Ilit with tile dfoor. opel aind atiide
no0 atteinypt to escape.
Ul 3Iniot1er occnsion a yoting I'iiglish
ier-vanit who had stolen some (lothles
was3I seltenlcel to three <days' imprison.
ntI11. I'hle prospect so terrified her
thit tlie ti utholrities took lilty On leir
lonelinless an1d conlsideriately left tle
cell Open. Tile littl In1aId Sat in tihe
doorway and wis cotisoled by kind
hearted 811k wolmien. wh[to enm22e to
keepl her conqp:wy. A si!! m3i'ore cmri
ou2s licden3t is 1ol of i 11man who was
convicted for neiglecting fits wife nitd
ClIldr01. lie wats or(Iered to betatke
hilnself to tile prison find theie wa"it
for the arrival of the consta1ble. Thlis
lie did. sitting outside until the door
was opened.-Strand MAagazine.
The Alpine Guide In Louidon.
Melehlor Anderegg proved when he
visited London that a great Swiss
guide's topographical sense Is not nec
essarily contined to the mountains. He
was met at London Bridge station in
a thiek fog by Leslie Stephen find T.
W. linchiliff, who accompaniled him1 onl
foot to Illnchliff's rooms in Lincoln's
finn Fields. "A day or two later," says
the biography of Anderegg in "PIlo
neers of the Alps." "the same party
10un1d themiselves at the Sam23e staitioni
onl thir return from Wvtowichi. 'Now.
lelhclor,' said Ir. llitblilf. 'you will
lend Its back. hom3e.' l22nstantly tle skill
fill guide, w ho hitd never seen 3 larger
towl thn ieIn''e, necelt I ed tile situn
ion and founl his wa:y straight back
witoliut difliculty, pallsilg for (con3si
erat1onl only once. ns if 14) exanine the
11landmJarks 3t tie f'oot of Clanceryi
The Rock of Moses.
Trlie rock of moses lies in thie wild
Valley at the base of Jebel ilsi. thle
Moinit of tlie 1. l. 12 the pelinsul of
Siiii. The rock is (ig liteen or tlwiven2ty
feet high. slightly Iielined. a rouigh
ildenitation rntiiiig over each sI.
wliebl is inlterseel el hlere 111d tho-ere
with slits. :1n1d the -Atilne Is worn2 nwn
in iihiI-es :Is, if fr-om ilte effects of run
11i1g11 water It is beyond doubt tile
(ble-I known legtularIIy obiject InI thle
vicintity. Th' K' 1-:oran ie! evrs t o I Is Iro k'i
Inore t13:11 once, ,il(] romii tli se n3in.
si-1ns, arlose thle reverencev of Iho laod
olnins, wiN>1t hold It sacred- F-rom thle
rubli5E 13-ek- olnward I t L,I' 1' - ln I en isted
by ChI . In 11 11 pil trii 3t3. %wh ha car
el -r de (rol e 333n its sit'. )f Jill I lie
ject 3 in th' dthSert it i' Inost closely
bl nnit l tll w il 3i lhe siini,'4 fai h tit II s
n ilt inhait: nt13 S 3il I2t its early visi
'rho Scot's Kilt.
Somne writer's lluide to the kilt ws
"kilts." an33d 3il il,, co illv 3ion 2 a
Scotuhinan r213 3 ily Wrote a Iliettr to 13
L,0ll!ml jo rll:1 protetsting its f')ooww
"I wvold like ms I Sit, -111hman1 to pro
te'st to you as :n i1Eglish journa23lls11
:a ginllst the -e!ferentce o'ne ses 14o fr
ntly n123 1-3glish3 newspapers to thet
ii i hInders2 'kilts.' 'lTe high ha aInh
do4es 1111t went -kilts;' het wears a kilt.
VonI 23n:y 3 1:k of a baittailin of1 sohlier
bi.: (Iressed in kilts--Ilthoughl it wouhti
1h3: corret to 1)say' itt they3 wvore the'
kilt-ju.t 33s y0ou wvouhl sayv thle i'er'
sliin 133di2es w.e'3 it' 'ytishma13k.' It is
.iush3- n il ubsurd' t) 533y thait tieneralt3 So
alld-1so were2 '3Z'en3tennis' a1s to 513y tha3t
lie nure0 kills Thle kIlt Is 3a sigle gar2
A Sisterly Turn.
'IThI Dis-cha3rge-d I lell) (sullenly'i- W'ell.
I s:'ppose I ('nn3 lootk to y0ou for a3 re
':lnn2eus, I dontl't see' hiow~ l ('o33enn expect
it. inre you any 313 prlospects'/
''If' I ('o32ld get 33 refe'rce I'mi sure
Airls. 11htrlow I ~3 wohl tak me 21( oni as par
"A'lris. liar'low ? Alirs [iarlow? T1hailt
woman!li Sit do wn ni minute, Susan32
i'll giv-o y'ou 13 reference thalt woul2 d
sa3tisfy * S'23 a 31s1''--hi"-.velanid Plin
"Mary. after th~e week is out I shan't
need) y'our serv'ices," the0 boarding 1house
keepier told her cook. "Your cooking
doe'sn't stit 13ne."
"Buit the boarders seem to likec It.
"Yes; that's why I must get another
Cause of Hias Worry.
Ned - i'm dreadfully woried about
my debts. Jack-It must be frighltfully
annioying to be continuiallyi dunlned
Ned-Oh, hang the dutnst WVhat wor
rles 13e 1is the mewlanch~oly tact thlat I
canI't get any more credit. - Kansas
H anding H im a Jolt.
Mabel-H~ow are you getting on at
college, Percy? Percy-Oh, all right.
I'm trying awfully bard to get ahead.
you know. Mahel-Well, heaven knows
you need onel-Judge.
"They tell me the apothecary at the
corner la quito a [oet?"
"Why not? isn't poetry well known
as a drug in the market?"-B'altimore
The worth of a state in the long run
is the worth of the individuals compos
ing it.-Jnhn Rtunsrt MIII.
HIAPPY IJMES IN MO1'NT1V1I'iE.
1611r11 School Ilinproioment, AssoCela
toit Entertained by Prof. E. A. Ful.
Alotintville, Junle 21.-Onl last Fri
dly evening- Ilrof. 1E. A. Fuller enter
taltied the Itural School I I prove
lieit. Associat ion 1o .\loititville, anid
the occatsion was unie itild heatli -
ItiIliin every way. This pnarty will be
stored ill mniory's tlreasure otn
vori, of rcd letter day in lie li fe cal
cla of iially mIothers and house
kee4 pers of Alut iville. We had no
ih a so iiucih joy and hapliness could
bIi crowded into a few short hotrs.
\' had almost fortottl the parly
Ivee) ilg. (f the forty guests present
.'Lout thirly ofI theni were the "older
sc:" whose marriages date back frotn
- t , 21 yia , il this was the first
social occasion where so hirge a nium
bh r of is have niet together in all
thi(::( Ykl'trs. Prof. I uiler anld eight11
or tenl "young folks" iade its forget
The IFuller residence and lawn were
bii'titfuly decorted ,( and eveo*ythiig
wa in readilI nea;s for the making of
our good tHime. Soon after otr arriv
al and the exchange of cordial greet
ings, we were served to punch which
was of tile most delicious ma111ke. The
girls im ust have belen instructeed to
g've ftie "old folks" all they could
drink, and they were lavish in their
Ferving and refilling otf cups. LateI,
wwe ee i reqtuested to untangle tie
veb's of hwine that had spiui over the
ent1ire lawn by the 1110st tedious and
intricatte of patterts. There was a
-vparate cord for each gt lot intraee
andi \0ind WIl we found our. gifts at
it Mthv,.. vitd. Out' "linds" resilted
Ill Ilhv select ionI of 11,114rt, esor a ll
paiiiig gillo which creat.etl muich
fi111 anid hai-Ohter. Thenl w\e enljoyed
l'eailn and cake -jIst tle kind that is
.ittpy to cat. ilit this Wats not the end
of good things in store for sit.. No
feature of, the \\elanne t was1
in'ri etinio.\cd adt appirieciated thaiti
was thll -iniginig by the .\lountiville
gita letle. I'r F -uller, ('. .\. Fulblr,
)r. .\larion atd -. .\. SiitOns.
It as ltrather a late hou1r wheti we
! ietiantly said " 1 nighlit" and
le lid Iti way to ur vialiolus lolin'e;
ihtie -!!h a tllaz. I! hap'j py Ihoulights
I11111 a inist of j . ' l uoiki es'.S i
\ 111nti ll14 is calt ing; all of I atirvte
cout.' ol attnd the 1 b ig t and beisI
alfair ofthe . Tho . i-lural S;chlool
1 bari,1 -Cav onl .\io d:ly, .ll;y filh a ll
w want 't l l i h 1111d I it 11ople
Slo tn.i thi 1a: 1ti. gls 1d eit\'
have en ae h i- xperl ofl bar.
becu cooks to iprsepa lv lhe dinler,
1,hA111 '11 :11111 inlt r, tIin !e "pea lw rs- to)
il :'l l ilid1 ti''l lil' yit' ~Ineiii ji n
t.\ W.'. 0 li \ ( 3'llo ! Ia l.: otil-t'is and
.H. .\. .\ magal 1 41 <-! ~ ll- A.\I! and1
non n, oys and girs, you ily
.n'lt aflord to iis rejo this it will pay
*tle bus3Ii h t tdr 1io:- t l \t ti ' . ;tw
I h,. 1 ~ ~ 1' .1c ( (: 1 j"
a n c nit. 'I'l Ind ro rention n'
,\:;! ti4 n ll i.1thd I '.' ilt woi ll i d
hildreini 13 haii) don Ish dut ennlI -
1111'll' t~l' ltW5 111 ;'t-A'iv ll lilt, t.,
t'ol inae li 11 hl le1 a h a ln e.
Mtte o e'itl'e Ivjiiig orthesittl
hio ite tin i f some' of13 h r bst a ngd
t"ir' . .\nlio g tite m a.lr. \\' tt
ilg ies rom' Thle (itanh-v a d t lises
.lanie inod ldes hitn .\'arueiby
I aeinori dt noteninglil'nt sine othe
mcimhpsnfien e .tamitt' sTers fol'
( -rtling h,. e l .-"The iltilre ofh
hgrand~ .iury' to do its dtty will notli~'
hav3 (Ie('ny i 0ffect onorei' t~or etfo'cn
tolie the w h tils; fort sfot ll not e
teaxed ut wIll lie goater tan befoer,"
(toteiGvtor \annig thi inorningsd
inan iondtter i' no o dis coinuf-filr
agdb c~nof the Ciarlestontrn ur 0bi
iTru iltls therda agatinL'tt angd
"bliendt tir getons'."fe~ ds
Ih. foltoiof Istaote mel:. as Te
estoring 1in truep~ I ihn the liquore(I
r'egaless~ of ah htwand fen and
mambers of teantand juystoofaor
ltihlig tithe w bThefls." of thae
bny al effeonrs dao t noc
Roll This Thought Around
-- Under Your H at
- A man pays for whatever he gets,
in this world. A wise man gets what
he pays for. A man who pays and
doesn't get, is the other kind of a man
---and there are plenty like him.
The poet had three men in mind.
First, the man who goes to a Clothing
Store expecting to get more than he
pays for. He gets left. Second, the
man who, spending his good money,
doesn't get value received. He goes
to the wrong store. Third, the man
who, thinking to economize, "saves"
the price of a new suit, and pays for
it just the same in loss of comfort,
satisfaction, and self respect. He gets
Of course none of these men live
here. But, if you should ever meet
such a man, you'll know just what to
tell him, and ho w to direct him here,
---to a store where he'll always get
the most for his money. It's a good
thing to remember,
All the Latest Schloss-Baltimore Models
$15, $18, $20, $25, $30
We are pleased to inform you that our Mr. Gross, of
Schloss Bros. & Co., Baltimore, will be with us en Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday of this week to conduct our Fall Tailoring
Opening and Display.
The patterns offered for your inspection this season are
the prettiest ever brought to Laurens; the fit, style, workmanship
and quality of materials are the best that can possibly be bought
at such attractive prices, and we extend you a most cordial invi
tation to call and examine the entire line.
Come and see---whether you want to buy or not---we will
be very glad to serve you.
Special Offering In Dry Goods
One table containing goods up to 25 and 35
cts. to close at 7 cts. the yard.
One table Embroideries, priced from five to
fifteen cents to close at three cents per yard.