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LAUBENS, S> C, Mar. 12, 1002.
Tho Term "Tlllmanlsui."
The pliilologist is doubtless deeply
lntorested in the growth of tho moan
ing given to the word "Tillmanibm."
For several years past this term was
accepted by all within the confines of
this commonwealth, and evou to some
extent, beyond, as a term denoting the
views and political doctrines of Sena
tor Tlllman. A largo majority of tho
qualified voters of the State concurred
in t liis meaning, though it was consist
ently dissented from by a strong mi
nority. As ovents proved the doc
trines denoted by the term "Tillman
i8m" wero not of passing duration, and
accordingly tho word becamo a very
common one in tho every day vocabu
lary of the people. But ruthless fate
was not to allow tho word to bo confin
ed within such narrow limits or to havo
only a local meaning. Skipping over
the stages of its gradual growth wo
come to see it as it is now uudorstood,
as having1 acquired a much broader
signification. In its latest sense it is
aynonomous with pugilism. Tho rea
son of this now meaning being attach
ed to tho term is because of the recont
exoiting scene betwoon Senators Till
man and McLaurin in the newly dis
coverod fistic arena, commonly known
as the (U.S.) Senate chamber. An Inci
dent similar to this In all Its disgrace
ful details,we read in the daily papers,
occurred In that august and dignified
body, the common counoil of Boston.
Two members thereof,became Involvod
in a heated debate, and the He being
passed, the two bellicose gentlomon,
did not wait for tho gong to sound, but
sprung at each other in Senatorial
stylo, a conflict being narrowly avert
ed by others who were present. The
incidont being duly chronicled In the
yellow journals, was dubbed as an out
break of "Tiilmantem." Hence we see
that tho term has acquired a signifi
cation?no longer local?but of Na
tional importance?that to describe its
ecope is as difficult as to say which is
the best routo for digging the Isthmian
canal. Then, too, tho term Is broad
enough to cover the effervescences of
nephew "Jim", whom it will bo re
membered, presumed to be the whole
State (of S, C.) when he sent his fa
mous telegram to President Roosevelt
asking him to withdraw his acceptance
to present Col. Mlcah Jenkins a sword.
It is bowildering to watch tho
growth of some terms?wc wonder
Last wook in Florence county a ne
gro fiend committed tho usual crime.
Excitement ran high, and a large mob
would havo Instantly lynched tho pris
oner, had not the plucky Sheriff assur
ed them that justice would be speedily
meted out to the brute, and that a spe
cial term of court would bo granted
with all possible speed to try bis case.
The Governor was called upon to order
a session of the court immediately.
As court was in session nt another place
in tho circuit, the question was raised
as to whether another court could be
legally held at Florence. The matter
was referred to the Attorney-General's
office, and It wa9 decided that court
could be held there just as soon as tho
requirements of law as regards the
drawing and summoning of the jury
could be compiled with. This certain
ly was a proper solution of the ques
tion. Tho crime of which this negro
is guilty and tho attondent evil of lynch
law la entirely of too frequent occur
rence, and it is eminently fit and proper
that tho due process of law should
be had and tho majesty of tho law vin
dicated. This fiend will bo tried by a
special court which convenes the 31st
The citizens of Yorkvillo havo at
last decided that that city must again
engage in the rum business. By a
close vote tho friends of tho Great
Moral Institution won out over the
?'Teetotalers". The argument used to J
advance tho Dispensary cause was that
the sale of whiskey would bring an I
almost unlimited amount of new busi
ness to the town. Possibly ao?fo* the
Rum Mill at any rate. Greenwood is
a thriving town, yet she has no Dispen
sary. Nevertheless tho Yorkville peo
ple will, llko the Romans and Athe
nians have to see the "pint" or remain
South Carolina has Major Mlcah
Jenkins at least to point to with pride
as others of her prominent sons are
passing tho reviow stand and hundreds
of noblo voterana will recall hU splen
did father, General Micah Jonkins,
than whom a the Confederacy had no
suporior spirit. Tun Advektiser will
not despair that tho breed of noble
blood will still survive In South Car
Tho 20th of March Is sot apart as
Carolina day at tho Exposition. It
will b3 largely attended from all parts
of the State and will be a splendid op
portunity for Carolinians to see Caro
linians. Tho rates will be low from all
parts of the State. Accomodations in
. the city are reasonable, and now is tho
time for our pcoplo to go to Charleston
before wo ge<; too busy in trying to
make another crop.
No other than a Prince of the Ger
man J?mplre could havo run tho gaunt
let of cootaot with millions of fheir
people In this country without being
insulted. Thofaotisduo to the well
balanced, well poUcd, conservative
tflmporamunt of the Gorman people.
It !s a pity that natives and all other
foreigners will not learn a lesson.
The Crown Prlnee Henry,
many, has cortainly been ent
royally during his visit to this country.
There has boon nothing short or
meagor in hia reception. Money hae
been lavishly expended and all pi-op
erations were made and carried out ou
a colossal seile. The Prinoehas shown
himself to have a lot of sound* sense,
and besides is a jolly good fellow. The
last few days of bis visit were spent in
New York. One inoident of the pro
gramme arranged in his honor was a
concort by the Arion Bocioty, winners
of the Kaisers medal year before last.
At this concert "Old Kentuoky Home"
and "Dixie" were specially rendered,
and at bis request. He expressed the
opinion that he had never heard bet
ter or sweeter muslo In his life. We
believe the Prince was sincere and that
his remark was not Intended to bo
taken as fulsome flattery. Whether or
not his Highness' visit had a political
purpose in viow, certain it is that it
has dono much to establish warmer and
raoro friendly foellngs for our brothers
who keep "Die Vatch on dem Rhein"
over in the "Fadorland " That he en
joyed that boautiful melody so de^r to
all Southerners, "Dixlo," is sufficient
to make him woll thought of by all
Southern people Weil, the prlnco
evinced the faot that ho has a good
eye and a long head, and If he had an
axe to grind, from all appearances, he
succeeded very well.
The Democratic party Is by no means
dead. Advices from Washington would
Indicate that the campaign this fall In
several States will be the hottest in
many years. The leading Democratic
members of the house aro busily en
gaged In making preparations for tho
coming contests. Just now there seems
to be much dissension In the Rupubli
ean camps. A strong and growing
low tariff element in tbo West and
North West threatens to cut looso
from tho high tariff faction of the East.
Then there is a general and increasing
dislike to the Administration's policy
towards the Philippines and a distrust
ful sentiment in regard to the Trusts.
It sooms that the Democrats hope to
profit by this family row, and tho sen
timent which they claim Is advorse to
the party in power. The Republican
majority, they assert, will be easily
converted Into a minority. This po
litical prognostication may be all
right, but there's many "slip twixt
cup and Hp." Whon the big bosses
call on the voters to rally around the
G. O. P. standards, and somo coin of
tho realm Is scattered around In places
of vantage to aid in tho harmonizing
scheme,all conflicting Interostsare rele
gated to the rear, and the party as
sumes a solid phalanx.
Tho last few days, veritable Spring
weather, wo takn as hera'ding the
balmy days to come. But do not
imag'ne for one moment that all of
"winter's icy chill" Is a thing of tho
past. There is still in store for us a
few days more of "rough" cold weath
er. That, or rather those ills tnat
human llesh is heir to, which wo term
spring fever, we must yet experience.
However, they are preferable to pneu
monia, grippe and other diseases not
found anywhere else but in Materla
The many friends of Capt. W. J.
Cathcart In Laurens regret that it was
not in their power to help him yester
day In his contest for the mayoralty of
Columbia. If he Is not elected It will
bo for tho very common reason that
few constituencies elect the best men
The visit of the Crown Prince to this
country was for a time nearly over
shadowed by the Tillman-McLaurln
Incidont. Public interest in the latter
having subsided, the Prlnco Is moro
than ever on the National horizon.
He is undergoing a course In dining
and wining with the multi-millionaires
of New York. It 19 hoped his Imperial
Majesty wfll live through it.
Chairman Richardson, ib is said, will
retire and make way for a more ag
gressive man. He has been extremely
conservative, and a change of front
may result in sweeping Democratic
Anderson Is to have a Twenty-five
Thousand Dollar Twine Mill. Why did
not some wide awake young man In
Laurens think of this thing?
THE VICE OP NAGGING.
Clouds the happiness of the homo,
but a nagging woman often needs help.
She may be eo nervous and run-down
in health tbat trifles annoy her. If
she is melancholy, exoltab!e, troubled
with loss of appetite, headache, sleep
lessness, constipation or fainting and
dizzy spells, she needs Eleotrio Bitters,
the most wonderful remedy for ailing
women. Thousands of sufferers from
female troubles, nervous troubles, back
ache and weak kidneys have used It,
and become healthy and happy. Try
it. Only 60 o. Tho Laurens Drug Co.
State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF LAURENS,
In Court op Probate.
Whereas, Dora A. Patterson has
applied to me to grant her Loiters
of Administration, on the Eitato
of M. M. Patterson, deoeased.
These are Therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred, and creditors of said M.
M. Patterson, deceased, that they
bo and appoar before me, In tho
Court of Probate, to be held at
Lnurons O. II., 8. C, on the 27th
day of March, 1902, after pub
lication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any
thoy have, why the said Adminis
tration should not bo granted.
Given under my Hand, this 10th
day of March, 1902.
O. Q. THOMPSON, j.p i,.o.
Whllo visiting schools during Feb
ruary and March I will be found In my
of lice on Saturdays and Salesday,
OHAS. F. BROOKS,
I O, 8, E. L. C.
Ffeb. 0, 1902.
Jno. K. Andrews.
One of the best men I have evor
known was Jno. K, Andrews. Ho was
born in L*urens County, noar Belfast,
iu 1842, and died at the borne of hla
brother SValter, noar Chappell's Depot,
January 80th, 1002.
He was among tho first who volun
teered for the Confederate service in
Company E, Third South Carolina, and
remained in service till the end. It is
said by ono who knows that he was in
every battlo in which his company
was engaged. Ho was ulways well,
always ready and never behind-hand
in the Performance of duty, lie was
certainlj a bravo soldier.
Ho wa9 also a fnitbful soldier of the
Cross. In early life be was baptized
into fellowship of the Bush JRivor
Church in Newborry County by that
noble man of Qod, Thos. II Pope. As
his pastor for a number of years I re
member how punctual bo was in atten
dance upou the services of bis church;
how ready always to perform h!s duty.
Ho always impressed mo as a man
without guile, self-forgetful, never
self assuming, sympathetic, courage
ous, patient and faithful in the dis
charge of duty. Ho was a man of fow
words, but of real worth. Ho was
never married, but preferred to devoto
his life to the caro of his widowed
mother and his s'st rs.
His was a peaceful lifo, interrupted
for a moment by death only, but which
now Hows on in a deeper und wider
stream In tho world beyond. In bis
death many havo lost a friend; among
thorn Is fouud,
Your humble servant,
W. J. Lan?ston.
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tho IBood. Cost Not hi in;- (o Try.
Would you like to get rid of that
chronic rncumathm or offensive
catarrh forever? Thon tako a bot
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cured thousands of hopeless cases
that had resisted doctors and pat
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Blood Balm (n.u. n.) cures through
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which causes the awful achos In
tho boues, joints, shoulder bladon
and back, swollen glands, hawking,
spitting, bad breath, impaired hear
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cure. Botanic Blood Balm thor
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by writing Blood Bultn Co., Atlan
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medical advice givon until cured.
Don't give up hope, but try B. B.B.,
which makes the blood pure and
rich and builds up the "all run
down," tired body. D. B. ?. make?
the blood rod, giving tho akin the
rich glow of perfect health.
For Prorath Judge:
The ftiends of W. A. McClin
took annouueo him as a caudidate
for Judge of Probate for Laureus
county for tho next term, subject
to the result of the Primary elec
A line of 5 to 7 cents Outings to go
at lets, as long as they last.
J. E. Minter & Bro.
Meeting of Teachers' Association.
Tho Laureus County Teachers' A^so
ciation will conveno in the Courthouse
ou Saturday, Mar. 16th, 1902, at 11
o'clock A. B.
1. Teacher's daily preparation for
??lass work?B. L. Jones, Mls3 Genia
2. What effort should a teacher put
forth to secure tho full cniollmont cf a!l
children within the school age??Super
intendent C. F. Brooks, Mfs3 Kate
3. What should be the true purpose
of tho teacher??J. Y. Bryson, Miss
4. How can reading best bo taught in
the country schools??Georgo Pitts,
Miss Lido Milam,
W. P. Culhkutscn,
J. A. Madden,
W. 0. Irbv.
LOCKJAW FROM COBWEBS.
Cobwebs put on a cut lately gave a
woman lockjaw. Millions know that
tho best thing to put on a cut Is Buck
len's Arnica Salve, tho infallible healer
of Wounds, Ulcer<?, Sores, Skin Erup
tions, Burn?, Scalds and Pilo?. It
cures or no pay. Only 25o at Laurens
Drug Co. .
Buy Charleston & Western Carolina
Railway Mileage Books.
One Thousand Miles, $25.00 Good
over the following Lines:
Charleston & Western Carolina R.R
Atlantic Coast Lino.
Columbia, Ne^berry & Laurens R.R.
Richmond, Fredoricksburg A Poto
Washington Southern Railroad.
For sale at all Junction agencies.
Will also be furnished through any
loc.il agency upon application, or upon
application direct to,
W. J. Craio,
General Posaenger Agent,
This signature la on every box of the gopulno
Laxative Bromo'Quinine Tablet*
the romody that cares a eokl la ono <lay
South Carolina Day, Charleston Expo
On account of South Carolina Day at
tho Exposition, the Charleston and
WeBtern Carlina Railway ofl'drvery low
rates from their stations. Tickets
on sa'e March 19th and 20th, with final
limit throe days from date of sale. Rato
from Greenville, ?U.50; Fountain Inn,
$1.60; corresponding low rates from
other stations. This will givo all an
opportunity to visit the Exposition at a
vory small coat. Cull on Agents for
On tickets sold Mar. 19th and 20th
for South Carlina Day at tho Exposi
tion, tho Charleston and Western Caro
lina Itailway box to announce that
a limit o! Elvo (5) Days will bo allowed
instoad of Thrco (3) Day, as previously
announced. Th!s extension will give
all ample limn to take iu the Exposi
tion. Call on Agents for ratt-a and
W. J. Cbaio,
Gooeral Passenger Agent.
Deafness Cannot fie Cured
By local application as they cannot
reached tho diseased portion of tho
ear. There is ouly one way to cure
dcafnoso, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
Inflamed condition of the mucous lin
ing of tho Eustachlan Tube. When
this tube is inllamed you have a rumb
ling sound or imperfect boaring, and
when It is entirely closed, Deafness is
the result, and unless the inllammatlon
can bo taken out and this tube restored
to its normal condition, hearing will
bo destroyed forovor; nino cases out of
ten are caused by Catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamod condidlton of
the mucous surfaces.
Wo will glvo One Hundred Dollars
for any caeo of Doafcess caused by
catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. Cueney & Co.,
Sold by Druggists, 75o.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
If it is an Iron Bod you wish we
would like to show you our lino. Wo
brought tho ontlro line of samples
from a houio at tho Exposition at
S. M. & E. H. WilKy.s.
BEST FOR THE SOUTH.
Every Gardener, "armer and
Trucker should have Wood's 1902
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only gives reliable, practical, up
to-dato information about nil
Seeds, but also the boot crops to
grow, most Bttcceasful ways of
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other information of special inter*
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It tells all about
Vegetable and FS >wor Seeds,
Grass and '?" >ver Seeds,
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Velvet und Navy Denn?,
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Kaffir Corn, Peanuts,
nillet Seed, k.".pc, etc.
Catalogue mailed free on request.
T.W. Wood & Sons, Seedsmen,
RICHMOND, - VIRGINIA.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the
partnerships heretofore existing be
tween the undersigned under the 11 rm
name of Ball & Sirakins 1-i dissolved.
I hose indebted to tho firm aro request
ed to make payment at onco to Mr.
B. W. Bam.,
L. W. SlMKINS.
March l&t, 1902.
A NEW LAW FIRM,
Tho undersigned havo this day en
tered into a partnership for tho practice
of law In tho Courts of this State, under
the name of Simpson & Cooper and will
promptly attend to all business en
trusted to them.
R A. Cooper.
Albert C. Todd,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
t&T Every case a Specialty. Ofllco
In Law Range, South Harper Street.
tffe 9iM COCAINE**0WHISKY
?9 ijl II^BIO i||ra ljl 80d.,,,, Uiiii.lri.l.
y j r-f roforon?oa. 35 renn a. RMvfnlty. n?okui.
Ifotno TrpMmant_jont fJlEK. Addriu
fiffe?? .i. M. tvooLLEY. m. DU AV.anta. Cr.
Wanted?You to order your whis
key for ''personal use" from Cooper
Farming Distillery Co., Brevard. N.
O. Corn whiskey from $1.65 to $2 00
per gallon; vessel Included. Rye from
$2.16 to $3.15. Peach brandy $2.05. Ap
ple $2.15 per gallon.
A. F. Cooper,
w. ii. knight. r. e. bahii.
KNIGHT & ?ABB,
Attorneys at Law.
?ST Will practlco In all the Stato and
Federal Courts. Strlot attention to all
business intrusted to them
Office up-stairB. Simmons' Building.
ALL CASES OF
DEAFNESS OR WARD HEARING
by our new invention. Only those born deaf arc incurable.
HEAD NOISES OEASE IMMEDIATELY.
F. A. WKRMAN, OF BALTIMORE, 8AY8:
Bai.timork, Md., Mnrcli 30, 1001.
Gtnlttmtn: ? Being entirety cured of deafness, thanks to your treatment, I will now give you
a full history of my case, to be used at your discretion.
A1 ?Mit five years ago my right cor began to sing, and this kept on getting worse, until I lost
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I underwent a treatment tor catarrh, for three months, without any success, consulted n num
ber of1 physicians, among others, the most eminent ear specialist of this city, who told me ths<
only an operation could help me, and even that only temporarily, that the bead noises would
then cease, but the hearing in the affected ear would be lost forever.
I then saw your advertisement accidentally in a New York paper, and ordered your treat
ment. After t had used it only a few days according to your directions, the uolses ceased, and
to-day. after five weeks, my bearing in the diseased car has been entirety restored, X thank you
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paying very little more than one paper
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but by special arrangement wo are on
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three papers a week for this low price.
You cannot equal this anywbero else,
and this combination is THE BUST
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and you will koop up with tho times.
The Soral-Weekly Journal makes
common cause with tho farmers and
publishes hundreds of letters from
them ou farm topic?, describing their
experience in making crops, etc.
It is a paper devoted to the develop
ment of tho rosourccs of tlio South and
tho welfare of its people.
The Journal is the authorized medium
for tho publication of matter relating
to the Cotton Growers' Protective As
sociation, and has contributed largely
to the increased price paid for cotton
Resides general news tho Twico-a
Week Journal has much agricultural
matter and other articles of sp -cial in
terest to farmers. It has regular con
tributions by Sam Jonos, Mrs. W. II.
Feltou, John Templo Graves, Hon. C.
II. Jordan and other distinguished
Any of tho following premiums or
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tisek and tho Soml-weekly Journal
Wall Map of the State of Georgia.
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Southern Cultivator, Atlanta: Ga.
Tho Western Poultry News, of Lin
American Swineherd, of Chicago, III.
Tho Gontlowoman, of Now York
Tri-Stato Farmer and Gardener, of
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I A roally healthy woman has lit
tlo pain or discomfort at tho
monstrual period. No woman
neods to havo any. Wino of
Cardut will quickly roliovo thoso
smarting menstrual pains and
tho dragging head, back and
sido aohes caused by falling of
I tho womb and irregular mouses.
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ovory month. It makes tho men
strual organs strong and healthy.
It is tho provision mado by Na
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tho terrible aohes and pains whioh
blight bo many homes.
GnmsNwoon, La., Oct. 14,1900. '
I havo boon vory Biclc for fiomo time.
I was tnkon with a sovoro patn In my
sido ami could not get any rollcf untfl
I tried a bottlo of Wino of Cardui. Bq
loro I had takon all of ft I was roliovcd. I
I fool It my duty to say that you havo a
Mm. M. A. Yoojtt.
Foradyteeanrt literature, addreM. glvlna ?Tnip.
tomi."Ths l.*<llf>V A?\T|tWy ?ci>ArtnienVf Tho
Chattanooga Modiolus Co., Chattanooga, Teoo.
TAKE notice that on tho 13lh day of
March 1002, I will ronder a final
account of my acte and doings as Ad
ministrator of tho ottati of D. A.Martin,
doe'd., in tho Office ot Judge of Probato
for Laurons County, at 11 o clock, a. m.,
and on tho same date will apply for a fi
nal discbarge from my trust as admin
All persons having demands against
Baid estate will please prcsont them on
or beforo that day, proven and authen
ticated, or be forever barred.
J. O. MILLS,
Feb. 10. 1002?It Administrator.
South Corolina tnter-State and W?t In
Tickots aro now on sale. The
faro from Laurous to Charleston
and return will bo as follows:
You oau buy a ticket on Tues
days aud Thursdays at $4.60 for
the round trip, ticket good for
seven days iu addition to day of
For $9.20 you can buy a rouud
trip ticket auy day, good uutil
For $0.75 you can buy a round
trip ticket any day, good for ton
days in addition to date of sale.
J. R. NOLAN, Agent.
FINDS WAY TO LIVE LONG.
The startling announcement of a
Discovery that will surely lengthen
life Is made by Editor O. H. Downey,
of Ohurubuseo, Ind., "I wish testate
ho writes, "that Dr.King's New Discov
ery for Consumption Is the most In
falllblo remedy that I have over
known for Coughs, Colds and Grip.
It's Invaluablo to pcoplo with woak
lungs. Having this wondorful medi
cine no ono need dread Pnoumonia or
Consumption. Its relief Is instant
aud cure certain." Laurens Drug Co.,
guarantee every 50c and fl.00 bottle,
and give trial bottles free.
IhKADS SHOULD NEVER AOHE.
Never endure this trouble. Use at
once the remedy that stopped It for
Mrs. N. A. Webster, of Winnie, Va.,
she writes "Dr. King's New Life Pills
wholly cured mo of sick headaches I
bad suffered from for two years."
Cure Headache, Conctipation, Bilious
ness. 25c at Laurens Drug Co.'s drug
If You aro iu Doubt
where to got your Garden
Seed, remembor we handcl
the best and freshest seed.
We burn all of our old pa
pers and buy new seed. See
that the paper is stamped
Palmetto Drug Co.
Look for sign with the Tree.
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Notice of Final Settlement
TAKE notieo that on tho LUh
day of March, 1902, wo will render
a Anal aeoount of our acts and do
ings as Exeoutors of tho cstato of
Tolivor Robertson, docoasod, in
tho office of Judge of Probato for
Laurens county, at 11 o'olock, a.
m., and on tho same date will ap
ply for a final disohargo from our
trust as such Exeoutors.
All persons having demands
against said estate will please
present them on or boforo that day,
proven and authenticated, or bo
W. C. P. Robertson,
A. M. Owings,
Nivea B. Patton,
for tin v.
1 Asthma CUte FireeT g
a Aeth:naleno Bringe Instant Relief ani PermanentCure in ell Caceon
Bent Absolutely Fkee on RECEIPT of Postal,.
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Thero is nothing like Asthunalene. It brings"
instant rolief, oven in the worst cases. It eures?
when all else fails. *?-..? , T.. o
The Rov. O. P. Wells, of Villa Ridge, I11.J
says: "Your trial bottlo of Asthmalano received"
in good condition. I cannot tell you how thank-jj
ful I feel for the good derived from it. I was ag
slave chained, with putrid sore throat and astlnnsn
for ton years. I despaired of ever being cured.g
I saw your advertisement for tho euro of thlnn
dreadful and tormenting disease, asthma, andg
thought you had overspoken yourselves, but rc-n
solved to give it a trial. To ray astonishment, theft
trial acted like a charm. Send.mo a full size bottle, n
Wo want to send to every sufforer a trial treatment of Asthma-n
line, similar to the one that cured Mr. Wells. We'll send it by"
? mail Postpaid, Absolotoly Free of CUargre. to auy sufforer when
i will write for it, even on a postal. Never mind, though you areg
a despairing, however bad your case, tho more glad we are to send It.n
u Do not delay write at snce, addressing DR. TAFT BROS/ MEDI*I
1 CINE CO., 70 East 120th 8t-, N. Y. City. Sold by all Druggists. b
Is daily receiving -shipments of
new Spring Goods. Remeniher
Easter is not far away?watch
this space for announcements.
iiie ib. m n.
is complete. Wo try to keep the
Best and purest. Lo^tor's bills
arc costly. Bettor pay the little
extra it costs to procure Grocorios
The only kind we over ask you
Laurens Cotton Mills Store.
T. C. LUCAS, Manager.
Cream of the Wheat of the
Blue Grass Region of Kentucky
Makes the Bread
that Makes the Man
Logan & Logan shelbyvi?e, ky
II. k. qkay
J. C. PHALY.
GRAY & SHEALY,
dressed and undressed j
in both states for Lumber Buyors.
Better than averago quality at
less than averago prices.
Material for tho Buildor
Fanner or Housoholdor,
at figures bolow rogular.
of all kinds, grades and dimensions.
All reliable, well-seasoned stock.
Tell us your needs and wo will quote prices.
Mantels, Columns, Scroll Work a Specialty.
GRA\ & SHEALY, Laurens, S. C.