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"I SAVE MONEY TOO!"
"NTO' coal, gas or wood bill! I use
- - a New Perfection Oil Cook
Stove. It only cos two cents to cook
a meal for six peo le.
A New Perfecti n Oil ; C6ok Stove
saves you time ai d strehgth. It turns
on and off lik i gas stove-cooks
anything and eeps your kitchen
The long blue chimney assures a per
fect draft, a clean, odorless heat, and
New Perfection Oil Cook Stoves are
made in many styles and sizes. They
are sold by most good dealers.
Look for The Long Blue Chimney
Use Aladdin Security Oil to obtain
the best results in Oil Stoves, Heaters
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Washington, D. C. BALTIMORE Charlotte, N. C.
Norfolk, Va. MD. Charleston, W. Va.
Richmond, Va. Charleston, S. C.
YThS THE LONG BLUE CHIMNEY"
with their strong traction tread give
you a sure grip on the road.
I V /The Price Is Less
/than that of the plain tread styles of
severgtohestandard tires. Make
Prices on Fisk Grey Non.Skid Casing.
3 2 30 . 10.40 4jx 35 . 31.20
* 3jx 30 . 13.40 4jx 36 . 31.55
4 x 33 . 22.00 5 x 37 . 37.30
The biggest service organization in the country
(more than 125 Fisk Branchen) is back of every
Fisk Tire, available at all times with Fisk FREE
Service for dealer. and tire users.
'Laurens Motor Car Co.
Flak Branchee In More Than 125 Cones
WALKS 4,000 MILES TO I
REGAIN HIS HEALTH
Nhen Doctors Seem to Be Giving Up
Hope He Handles Own Case and H
Resorts to Walking.
Daventport, In.-Itober~t Shidt, thirty-E
ilveiyar old, was faciag a pliysaln E
hreukdowii last fall. The doctors did
not hold out nith hope for him. lie
Is ai pretty good sized man when in
robust. health, but his weight had drop
lped to 1:;. pounds.
"I'll doctor uy own case and fresh
ntir will I.e liny first prescr1 iptlonl." de
So lie st artedl wialIk'n1g. Not t0 anly
d les t.nati on in particlar, but just .jog
giog along as far as he felt like goiig
every liy. lie started to walk lii Au
gust. lteeently lie airiived it Sait Diego.
i.. having walked ::8l imiles itn I hut
Ills prescripltion of fresh Iir, along
%withl thle neconmpanyhig exerci~se. his
worked wonders. anid his welebit has
gone up fifteeni pounds. It's fill solid
hone atlld mnsele. too, now.
Sinidt has herone at devotee of Walki
lug n4 tis started ot on i new trip
to Wasington. lie pays his own wny
and adopts none of the milor grafts
usually employed by professional ie
While on his long jinuit Sindt innde
a study of the effects of various foods.
ind he alts arrived at the conliusion
that the old fashioned staple-benUs
Just. about tops the list in the wny of
afford lug nutriment. Ile drinks a great
(ea1l of water every day. lie sleeps in
the open air muost of the time.
Slidt has averaged 1-.73 miles every
daiy slice lie started on his health
WOULD LIVE WHERE
SHE KILLED HUSBAND
Woman Longs For the Cabin In
Maryland Mountains Instead
of a City Home.
Frederick, id.-"I want to go biack
to my haute lin the imounta ins to live.
There I cnn he miore alone thanil anly
place I know. I want to tike my chil
dren lp) there ind he alone with themn
in the woods."
This is the expressed desire of Irs.
-:loise Youii l:inglih, who recently in1
this sine m1ountaitt enhint shot find
killed her h11sba11d to protect herself
and their children from his anger.
"There fire a1 lot of chilckelns up there,
aind the property is big." she said as
if to convince i 'herself that her plan
was pr1actienable. "I helieve that I
could get along very niecly though I
do hot expect to be happy agin. I
hv neve ner hd i liy of sutishlie Sill('(
I llulrried. ind 1 surely do llot hope foi
That Mrs. iEnglish has been con
pletely exonerated from bline i
shown in the attitude of T'homas Dunt
Entglish, the only son of tlie ielaill mt
by U former wife. Mlr. English hans of
fered to Iake his stepm1lother Iback t
his own hoe in lItrooklyn.
"Dunn iais been awfully nice to m1e,
sail 'irs. EnglIslh. "Ie bgged tme I
go to New York to live with him. Ito
I donli't wnn lt to goi. I iapplreelinte hi
olff(erbuii. I do't want tl lie uiimler iii
ligation'us io anlybodlty.
''If It had~ been'i onlly myself I woll
edi toP bel hei couhl lie ias nilce as5 lin.
hl;dy roullt wishl. 1111t there wer 1'l
hii att instantl and I wals afraid of hi
I knuewv ut Ithese' momtsi.t he' was1 1
fei'tly enyleI of' killing 1my3 chibiren'u
HEROISM WINS BRIDE.
Weds Miss Aftor Giving Skin -F
Grafting Upon Littlo Girl.
DenverU'.-- A romancevo' like those y<
lenttly wvhen Milss Lecilah Anu I 1: l'lek,
inurse at the (Counity hosp) il, formiell'
01' Mndlson,. 1Ind., was marrh-du'( to VI
cent lirunniier, Jr., of Ilshatwaka, hut
SeveriiIalilmonths ago B.llrunne rend' l~l
ani Indinna u paper~l t hat little flye-yeo
old Miary Lna Ikws, who was u'nt1
b~uedl ini a Ciolorado forest Ilre, net'
edI hlithy3 skligin grfled oni luo helr sci
ed body(1. Th'le iippieal touicheOd his henl
and lie, belig a healthy yotmig tOl
('nlte to Illver and gave, a portion11
hIs skIn that the ('hild( mIght rec'(over
D uirIng thie sikin graftinug oi erint
lie mect Alliss Il'eek, andi (lie romanluce
TOWN GREETS COUPLE.
Cornet Band Serenades Bridegro'
Eighty, and Bride, Thirty-nino.
i'oulghkeeplsig N. Y .-AllI Staatshi
tuirned out andl, headed bly (lie villt
r(i~ iiil lieulld'' Otlyk, eighty, whoiturned1i~l from a v
to Syracuse, brInging with hiIim
brIdel, formerl~ly MlIss Marltha Wall
-tilrty-nline, a schiooltenchier of t
lierrlek, who for fifty years has h
supein~ten~ident onl the Willami It. I)
mere estate, recently refurniished
cottage. Nothing wans thought of I
however, until hIs arrival with
'Ilerrick has six children, all mart
Ills first wife died four years ago.
Woman Pays Per Stolen Rides
bt5 Newcastle, Pa. - Conscience t
rt- bled Sn elderly woman who rece
~!paid the local cashler of the rail
r company 15 cents for three ride.
said sheo beat conductors out of a
OTEL FOR GIRLS.
ome Bequeathed to Workers by
New York Merchant.
XPERIENCE SHOWED NEED. I
uggests That Hotel For Unmarried
Working Women Be Erected In
Business District, but Does Not Con
fine Executors to Any One Region.
New York.--Charles Iertram \Veb -
ter, n nerehant who died March Ii
tst, herineathed abotut onie-third of his
irge estate for the fuinidatiion of a
orporationt ' wilch li directed to ereet
a the retail dry goods dIstrict an
partment house wherein unmarried
torklug wVolen shall have apartments
The decedent, who for otiny years
lved at the h111 Netlerlantl, was a
itive of l'rovidence, It. I., at son of
loslal L.. Webster. a dry goods uer
'hanit there. I e e~nnie to NewN York
arly in life. Ine Ismi lie retired fron
etive Ibuslness. iut never last his ii
terest in it or in the people who work
ed for the tirm.
Ioefore providlug for the project
Whlich hiad long been in his miliol, Mir.
Webster bi('tienthed to IIve (osins
$5,000 ench, set side $'.5,(00 tot T1'hom
ats W. Bleckley. lescribed as a "se'rv
ant," i.ntd gave $10,0(0 to his coah
man, frank F'alknier.
lie hlheiqulet to Joseph I.. Web
ster, his brother, all his horses, car
riages, harness, clothhiig, jewelry and
automobiles and two-thirds of his re
sidtary estateo. lie tihen sid:
"Ilaving been engaged for niny
years in the business kiow'.vn as a t
piartmetit store in the city of New York
and having emaytled :1 a hirge nitnher
of iunarriedl women In (halt bustiness,
I hatv'e rea1 iZed hbit the doinestIt' eivI
roninents of niy of Iheo are not con
duive Vto their morails or health, nd I
have conicluded to enldeavor to Inprove
the conditIon of sorte of them by giv
ing them the op1porlunity (o live in
clein, well ventilatel, comfortable andI
attrctive apartinens. nl for that
purlpose 1 dir-et mly 'xectorl'ls to for..
or n'iLs(' to he formed. as soi us prue.
ticable after ily death a c 'orallon for
benevoletit purposes tinler' the tuem
bershlyl cu'urati'ion la Iw of lie state of
New York or uitier such other i w of
the state of Nevw York as ioay Ie apl
tlienbl at the t line.
"'TIe I paIt'l uhir ' st objets'ts fo r whieli
such or iratit to beit fo tniied are to
generaIly hii rove the conittiois of un
niarried worki ug wotien and partieti
la'ly to establish, II nncitain iial con
duet naritinents In thse borouigh o
Mlanhattatn for occup~ationl by untuar
Irid workinhg wotnenl reg,_nrdless of 11he1
religions betlief or intIilnnlity an(
whereina they muny find comhfortabhle any
"The naine of said 'orporation slial
be the W\'eblster apartments, and 1th
territory" In which the corp~oration shin
he principally condiueled shatll bie th
borough of la nh fun."
The decedent suggests that the both
ig Ihe cretled ha the vicliity of the rn
tall stores, lint dotes nt conline the e:
> ecntors to aIny r1411il'liuar tistrict. 11
says he thilks the sort of Iuill'liig 1I
'desires ('nnl be erected and etiuipp~ed fi
about .S100.(nito, but he dses not (oth11r
t his agents toi this sun. They cnn spell
o finOre( If Itey tinik nt'eessary.
ndo resl turanit ."'Il'0' die t te'tdcede
1 "and1( such'l ofther apptlutenancies its wl
f end to re'iier'l thle iilmtmntslii f tco
ai're to Ibe let uirishied and( li unfurishet
p "I1 diet thaot aId514 111 i'mtmttis sli
rfor' Ithe purip'o e of proid'Iling u tnmarrl'
soime ftood( at ia sitnnl cotst to( tem ini
bI deser'1vin Il n14s wvit htout cost to4) lie
1 dilrect that the direcltrs (If snlid et
poat1IIon shiall fix fthe entafils and4( 1
lor'lt'-'s of fooda with Ithle view of ('ri
lug out thtf pturpfose. The ('os1tof iii
mi aininig thle aartmlenit nal restiur:1
-it e'xcess of the4 reit'C~Is terefr'min sit
tihe me14t fromli such'l Iiluome as thle e'irl
Iy raton mayi hait'liive excluiv1e of 1 tt'
Int lTe dec''('denit isks tite ('xecutorIis
r-' ser've as olllcers of thle corportioIn mi
" FED APRICOTS TO HOGS
Fruit Market Wascilutted and InT
I 'omtonia, I al.-Apricot hamt in s
laItIest novelty In thIs ('l ommunit y.
C I. I-'rant'ls, whot hits a rnnc nea hitI
Is thle produceri('i. Unsitt sutmmer' hIs a
('c.ti' iro 5wias gtobig to waste bteeni
lie nouirket.t wais gtitefd~. so lie fedl
n, rlt',' iS to hIs hogs.
1(e btutlh'eed two shlit s thle ol
uda y. They (ea141 tIpped the bean
g21 poititd s. It' git fifteenCl gntllon:
iard, eve pond (of snutsage,
ClI'plenid hiiiims, s'omne st irrIbs, a til
filIty of dteal, el i tg' feet
Is 0 poundt(s otf soap11 ou1t of thle ki1ll
'1'The hogs were enii ''ed Itrough
liat Isummert('1 am11 tall oit waste frilt,
this ilnter they were finlahed otn
een es itt cornmeual slop. Mr. ''rii
declares thatI the hlgh cost of I
ilaI won't worry h11im for awile at bin
$100 A WEEK; CAN'T PAY #A
Automebile Upkeep Takes BIg Pa
Jersey Mans Wages.
,Jersey City.--Gordon J. H~agu
rou- Paterson told Viee Chancellor J'
ntly that hie had not been able to paa
way wife aimouny as directed becaus
she had only $8.72 left out of bis w
Ight salary of $100 after paying hi. t
anA the unkeep of his automobile
e polishliats '
easiest fo uses
KEEP YOUR S
The F. F. Daloy Co., Ltd.
Water, and how
to get it!
Have a well made with a
Keystone Steam Driller
Mounttville, S. C.
- The ( lses kinn inni
1 ('r n s paratr e u i
equ*i ppt with 1 th I(Ir . I
II" it to his etttou~mtr ais the hi.
* ( hi vur One II iutlril I )
at I ~Ival s' a rtorti ( e. is st il!
he \\' sel! he ''|()\\ .
FE PRINTING of
ein ADVEIRTISER ia
b' Printing o
Buffalo, N. Y.
'or y our bus.ines or pleasurle
.1. tnhe luininta iis 0r to the
hoand. in the town or in the
itltry. h sale e a(l equtip your
;mob ile. with the ne w Velvet
t -i TIre"ad Dimlnonld SIquieegee
1 h11y will take you over the
'urhest roadl ,;i s'a"ly and then
-i". I'd ,t o' sati~tdetion in know
; that you will not. slip off the
-w1ebe1s 'oad if your ear is
u11iped with 1)iamnond~ Velvet
nak T;'r(ead Squneegee' Tires.
YV(l'll SIZF, IN S'OC1K.
auren - S. Carolina.
(NLat he railrmad station.)
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id t hat i It l>\.\'
'nniS-} ra t ir t llilt 15 11'1
I llis Ilalle W illy1. Ilas
l. I' )\\'.\''. the' winnerC
lilr h li-ntp'.*i to* the I )e
-- S. Carolina.
Dur job printing depart
mt is an important feature
our business and is given
ntinuous labor and thought.
e do all the various kinds
printing generally done in
city the size of Laurens,
ough, we think, in a little
ster style. We Appreciate
.dot From You.