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Is "Interest" of
Then a Saving Account in t)
Interest is compounded twi<
yielding the largest possible
with a minimum of attention 01
part. Withdrawals may also b(
any time, and deposits may be
lly as desired ana in any amoui
ink will in
tnged for at
>m $1.00 up.
THE BAN K 3^ U J R EN S
LAURENS 5.C. ,
ine J?aiiK ior lour >?gs.
Have You Tri! It ?
There is a bottle of Cardui
drug store. Have you tried it?
If not, we urge you to do sol
have obtained such a hold on you,
Even now, it may be nearly t<
how. If anything can help you, Ci
in thousands of cases, where otl
tried in vain. Why should it not
for you at the
pre your troubles
nothing will drive
te. But try it any
ivill. It has helped
icdicines had been
same for you?
"My daughter, Octava, would
today, had it not be<>ii for that]
writes Mrs. Laura Lawrence, of
"Nothing 1 tried helped my
taken Cardui. I had sent for th<
of your medicine and got a $lj
taken four doses she became all
Cardui to my friends."
Your druggist sells Cardui wij
on the bottle.
Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept.. Chntt.inooflfccine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.,
for Special Instructions, and 64-pagc book, "Homclncnt (or Women." sent free.
been in her grave
m Springs, Ky.
jhter, until she had
Ictor, when I thought
Ttle. When she had
1 often recommend
ill instructions for use
I White loods!
iwiii? is a short list
The purchasing public ofny is so well posted in
market values that they can c& discriminate what is
the best for the money. The
open for inspection:
A 34-inch Union Linen I
Yard wide all Linen fron
The Round Thread Skirt
5.} and 90 iitches, prices 25c,
Kilkenny and Tara Lawi
Ask to see the quality sh
Fancy Waistings in medi
Very sheer Lawns in H
weaves for hot weather wear; th
25c the yard.
Soft finish plain Xainsoo
Nainsook and Dimity Chjrci
Soft finish FCnglish Lot
piece, at #1.25, $1.50, 51.75.
It is unnecessary to state
seasonable goods, and we thii
compare with anything to be
Raisting at 20c.
to 75c the yard.
II three widths,
loc a yard,
in Linon at 10c.
iights from 1 o to 25c
.^1 and other fancy
[\es run from 10 to
nf% oc up.
50 t(? 1 5c.
!.'!, 1.1 yard
these are new
iki point of value,
loul in the market.
W. Q. Wilfon & Co.
Maa since 1 sot given ''Thorough InsKtlon under positively Christ?
influences a( tho lowest possible cm
RESULT: It is to-day with its fnc?(,f 32, n honrdlng patronage of >,
;? student body of inn, and it.- plant Iii. 10,000
THE LEADING TRAINING SCl|?L FOR GIRLS IN VIRGINI
$150 pays all charges for Iho year, iifii, ? fnldc board, room Rights, - to
In at. laundry, medical attention, phyl) culture, nnd tuition In all sub'H
except music ami elocution. For oAguc and application blank nd *8
BLACKSTONK FKMALE [ II I ( I I., Klackstonc, Va.
JAS. CANNON, I'-. 8. 1 . ?, , ,
TrtoS. R. KI.KVliSi t., Associate Principals.
? LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION, 8
Misses Nannie and Lillian Peterson
have returned to the city from a visit
to their brother. Mr. B. Q. Peterson
Mrs h. w. Trlbble and children are
Vlsltltlg in Anderson for the Home
Miss Annie Sitgreaves has return
ed from Oreenwood where she was an
attendant at the Tarrant-Cuthbert
Mr. W. M. Stone of Gray Court was
one o( the many visitors in town Sat
Mr. Boss I). Young of Clinton was
in the eity on .Monday.
MrJ and Mrs. Wade ltozeman of
Simpjonville spent several days in
the o|ty last week with friends and
relat h '68.
Mr Walter P. White son of Mis
H. 1. Culbertson of dray Court, left
a fe\t days ago for Pittsburg where
he will enter the Western Manufactur
ing i Blectric company's big plant
for a two years' apprenticeship. Mr.
White graduated this year from Clem
sor eollege, having taken a full course
in the electrical department.
Misses Sadie Fuller ami Prances
Snith of Mountvllle were the guests
foi a few days last week of Mrs. II.
liss Lynn Smith of I'nion has been
tin guest of Laurens friends and rela
tives during the past week.
dr. Q. A. Hart, of Laurens. is in
tin eity, in the interest of the I ni
VC'sity of South Carolina. Mr. Hart
wll place the matter before the Indl
vilual in the right way and say noth
ing but the right thing in his work
to the I". S. C. Newberrv Herald and
Mr. Thaddens Cheshire of Atlanta,
wth two of bis sisters spent a por
tiin of last week with the family of
N ?. I-'. B. Martin and other relatives
h Votings. Mr. Cheshire came over
t< Laurens in his big automobile and
Tfursday, accompanied by Prof. C. P.
.Virtin of Greenville and Mr Will
><irtin of Youngs, he spent a few
burs in the city.
Mr. Louis Machen of Greenville is
oending a fortnight in the eity with
is brother, Mr. J. s. Machen and
In buying a cough medicine; don't
i' afraid to get Chamberlain's Cough
emedy. There is no danger from ii.
ml relief is sure to follow. Especial.
? recommended for coughs, colds and
'hooping cugb. Sold by I.aureus Hing
THE PRICE OF A KISS
By W. 1). S.
After the Danklin family moved to
Ivlahnmn and Missouri David Cowan
?Same in and settled near Cowan's
vOridgc on Iteedy river. Joseph Mc
Cullough married a daughter of Mr.
iCownu. On her flrsl visit to see her
father, after marriage, she was so
rglad to see the home people again,
? she caught Ihm- father in her arms and
k kissed him repeatedly. Mr. Cowan
k was so gratified with his daughter's
t affection, that he said to her. "Sallie.
I will have to make you a present of
a negro woman for the great love you
have for me."
McCullough was enjoying the scene,
and he exclaimed. "Sallie, kiss him
again and maybe be will give you an
David Cowan was the contractor
that built the first frame church at
WHY UK HALB
When Parisian Saure i> (?'uaraiiteed to
Stop Falling Hair, or
Monej Hack .'
Parisian Sage is the most delightful
hair dressing in the world; it is pleas
ant. Invigorating and refreshing, it
makes the hair soft, beautiful and lux
uriant. Wherever Parisian Sago is
known, it is the ladies" favorite hall"
If, after using one bottle, you do not
aav it is the most delightful hair
?r"sslltg you ever used, you can have
your money hack. The price is only i?u
(??Mils a large bottle at the Laurens
Drip; Co. It is guaranteed to cure
dandruff and falling hair, or money
hack. Tho girl With the Auburn hair
is on every bin tie.
'?Never Aua in."
Seme fear lias been expressed i^J*
'he dry countries win go back to tlnV
"Wallowing in the mire." "Never
again." Ho< aviso of the extreme activi
ty of the liquor crowd nnd the inac
tion of the hotter clement, a few coun
ties that may go back for a tiin.': bill
the sv, pep of lb- tide i-. onward. Now
TOKTI HKS OK PI LKS.
iincrosarj to Suffer 'Mils Ter
the prescription of i)r. J, S. Leonhoidt,
.* I for lar:te hol le.'. I >: . I. ci ? II . ill Co.
Station it. Buffalo, N. V. Write for
Don't fail to attend the great cut
lirlce sale of tine China. Sale starts)
Monday morning, August R,
s. M. ?. e, H. Wilkes & Co.
THE DAIRY INDUSTRY OF THE
r-MMiliM ? 1 ?
According to the last year book of
the Department of Agriculture, there
an- 21,720,000 milch cows in the Unit
ed States, and these are worth $702.
945,000.00. The magnitude Of the In
dustry can perhaps be best under
stood when it is considered that these |
cows produce yearly about $1,000.
000,000 00 worth of dairy proucts.
?There is no other branch of diver
sified agriculture so important to the
progress of a community. The fer
tility of the soil can best be main
tained by the liberal use of barn
yard manure and the dairy herd not,
only makes this possible, but dairy. (
iiig is also more remunerative than
other branches of farming when prop- (
erly carried on.
Dairying has made wonderful pro
gress since the advent of the modern (
creamery and the consumer of but
ter has not only been beneftttod by (
being furnished a more wholesome
land pal ?Wahle article oi food, but tno
'wife in the farm home has been re
lieved of the drudgery incident to
, making butter on the farm. Where
formerly the Cream was ripened and
churned Into butter under conditions
not conducive to line uunlitv in the
finished product ami in the majority (
of cases by unskilled hands, now the (
most of the milk or cream Is deliver
ed to a modern creamery where eon- [
ditions are suited to the purpose of
' making butter, and the result has been
a wonderful improvement in the qual
ity of our daily - products. As the
quality has improved consumption
has increased and the progress of.
dairying has been remarkable during '
the past decade.
The perpetuity of the country's
greatness depends upon Increasing the
production of farm products from
year to year, a result which not only
furnlshct our people with food but
maintains the prosperity of our fann
ing communities. Increase in pro
duction can only com.' through im
proved methods of agriculture and
, soil improvement, When it is con
side '. d that the dairy cow Is the
foundation lor soil Improvement and,
farming prosperity, h< r Importance
is best understood, and Tutores! In
her should not be confined to her own
er. She is an important factor in
the development and prosperity of
i our connlry.
The National Dairy Colon,
10. K. Sinter, Secy.
St. Paul. Minn., .Inly I!110.
State of Ohio. City of Toledo,
I.ocas County. ss.
Frank :J. Cheney makes oath that
he is st nlor partner of the firm of l?\
?I. Cheney Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo. County and Statt? afore- ,
said, and that said firm will pay the
sum of ONR HUNDRED DOLLARS
? for each and every case of Catarrh
that cannot he cured by the use of
Hall's Catarrh Cure
FRANK ..f. CHENEY.
Sworn to before lue and subscribed'
in my presence. thiK lilh day of Decem
ber. A D. ISSI!. i
A. W. O LEA SON. ,
(SeaJ. i Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern
ally, anil acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. .1. Chen/ f Co.. Toledo, ().
Sold by all dry ( is. 7.".c.
Take Hall's F/ y Pills for consti
Too Late, Too Late,
to think about taking out a policy
on your house If it is already
burning. Wo take a risk but not
a certainly. If you have taken
time by tho forelock, iipd insured
your property ajrai*tsl lire, you
1 have tho fy
1??.- - '
0 .vour losses. I ho races to the
swift, and \ou owe to 1 '
H (rouble's. Do not bo ti . at I. jJ
,| Enterprise Bank \', lildirnv
1 .aureus, S. c.
i _ ?.
GHICHESTER S P?.LS
.TtV Till. DI \ MOS !> UK \ M? ?
I.mil,.: \ ?I ,'?,?,... i f/A
r? 0.\yOk ?-l.l-.-i.- ? I.-*- IW .I Kr? ..l//V\
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i?nitfi'i.i. i /c in.? in: ?? rrn n
iiia'hiM) ;:ir\M? i'll.l?.. i . ??.?
For Salads and Cooking
A N absolutely pure vegetable salad oil and cooking
fat refined by the exclusive Wesson Process so that
it is odorless and tasteless, healthful and nourishing.
Without rival in making bread, rolls and cake, for all
frying, and as a salad dressing. Has a wider ran^e of
usefulness than any other oil or cooking fat.
Use three-fourths as much oil as of butter. Far
In Tins Only
Of All Grocers
COTTON OIL CO.
New York Savannah
New Orleans Chicago
Statement Jan. ist, i*>i<>, to Conn. Ins. Dep'Un't
National Fire Insurance Company
Capital Slock all Cash, $1,000,000.00
Funds reserved to meet all Liabilities,
Re-Insurance Reserve, Legal Standard, 4,685,577.28
Unsettled Losses and Other Claims, 802,8.15.90
Not Surplus over Capital and Liabilities, 2,8*10,294.01
Total Assets January 1st, 1910, 9,328,707.25
J. J. ADAMS, Agent
For 10 Cents!
We will sell you a long needed house
Why worry then?
I,aphis Straw Hat Bleacher makes hat look good as new
and the original <;loss.
Lupins Cleaning Pad removes ( >il, Dirt and Grersc
Spots. Can carry tube in your pocket.
I.apins Iron Rust and Fruit Stain Remover, can be
used on finest goods.
For sale at
Palmetto Drug: Company,
Laurens, S. C.
Now is the time to
Insure Your Crops of =
, Corn, Etc
i0.il Fill ICS
:,? ii -v i
I LAURENS, S. C.
^ In New Office in Todd Building', South Harper St>