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TROTTED A MILE
Lou Villon Broke World's
PACED BY RUNNERS,
One of the Pacers Drew
The Feat Was Accomplished on the
Iteadvlllc, Mass., Track Before
a Large Croud Monday.
At last a horso hns trotted u mile in
two minutes. On tho Reading, Mass.,
track Monday Lou Dillon, driven by
Mlllard Snundors accomplished the
Sho was paced by two runners, one
of which drew a sulky equipped as a
Lo? Dillon is live years old. Until
now the record hae been hold by Cres
A great crowd saw the performance.
A SUMMER COUPLE
They met In tho BWect summer time
in the mountains, Ho wns thirty-two,
she twenty eight. At such nil ngo
"spooning" is supposed to bo either
over or on the wane, but in this case
the man a I lens! seemed to bo as ready
ns a boy of twenty. Besides, the mo
ment lie laid eyes on the girl he was
irnwn to her by some uncxplalnnble
attraction. Was it that he had met his
affinity?that she, too, showed some
thing like recognition of n mate? lie
was fond of the mythical and a strong
believer in pre existence. Might they
not have met in some other form, some
There were walks through valleys
and over the sides of precipitous moun
tains. There were rides on roads hard
and white, with occasional views of the
broad valley of a noble river 1,000 or
5,000 feet below. Thero'were picnics at
cascades, boat rides on mountain lakes.
In these amusements the two sooner or
later drifted together, and when a few
Vecks had passed the man acted as If
nil time not passed in her company
was so much time lost. Then he awoke
to a sudden realization of the fact that
in a few days it would bo the ".list of
August, when the season would be
over and the guests scattered.
\ It was the evening before their sepa
ration. They were slttim; on the piazza
?f the hotel. A moon slightly past the full
rose In the east and lighted up a stretch
of ynliej land far below, visible through
a gap in the mountains. Moonlight la
becoming to a woman's features, and a
natural strength In hers was softened
into a delicious feminine repose. He
was fond*of (ho mythical poetry of the
Germans, ami. listening as he did to the
tumbling of water In a mountain stream
near by, he almost fancied his compan
ion a Lorelei or a water fny. He was
full of poetic fervor, and his expression
took form In poetic words.
"Do you know." he said, "that look
ing down on thai panorama of mingled
mist and confusion of dimly lighted un
.dulatlon there is In me n vague sense
of some far distant land in which I
"1 don't even remember," sho said,
"when 2 was a baby."
This was o bit practical, but he did
not notice It.
"We look out into the heavens," ho
went on, "and in nebulas see universes
forming. We know that nothing is de-.
"5F"stroycd. Matter forms, disintegrates,
forms again ami ngnlu disintegrates.
This is what we call birth and death.
The particles of which the forms aro
composed were never born, never die.
They existed always and will always
"Are not we forms," she asked, "of
more consequence than unfeeling mat
"Wo are, and if there Is one nttrlbuto
Within us that Is immortal it Is love.
Love Is eternal. There nro loves, I od
mlt, that are fleeting, but they are not
"Not the real thing, you mean?"
He looked at her suspiciously. Was
sho not capable of following him, or
wus this a touch of sarcasm? She look
ed so Innocent that ho passed the re
"SomehoW," he went on, "when I first
saw you It seemed that wo two had
met In a previous existence; not only
had met. but loved. 'If I could be
blessed With an eternal love,* I said to
myself, 'I would choose it with her.'
Since then the days have tinted hap
pily by, and every day has Strengthened
this feeling. Now. when I look down
on that moonlit plain, with Its gilded
liver thread running through Its cen
ter, It brings to me with nu Indescriba
ble vagueness, yet vividness, some
where In Which you and I have met
and loved. 1 choose to think it a lovo
that has had no birth and will have no
death, a perpetual mingling of two
Ho paused. Ho was very happy, for
he wns In his element. His disposition
Was artistic, and his surroundings were
artistic. There were the towering
peaks, thO distant plain, and there be
side him was the girl, her features
bathed In moonlight.
"I know It Is foolish to ask such a
question," he said, "but bnvo you nny
glimmerings of such n past?"
"Yes," she whispered. "We hove met
"At last I have found ono besides my
self to remember a pro-existence. I
shall never ngnln doubt my theory."
"Our meeting," sho continued, "wns
not in some vague land myriads of
years ngo and myrlnds of miles nwny;
our lovo wns not developed in a nebu
lous cloud. It was at tho seashore ten
years ngo. You have grown older and
havo nbsorbed theories since then, but
you talk of lovo In tho same strain you
talked of it then. It was not nebulous
love you told mo of ns wo listened* to
the brenkers, but love in a cottage. 1
was eighteen, nnd It was pleasant to
listen to. I wns a summer girl and did
not cherish It. But I hove remembered
you, which Is more than you have done
In forgetting me."
"What, tho blue eyed flirt of Edgc
"Yes, nnd wo girls called you tho love
maker of the Cliff House."
"The summer is ended," she added,
"and this is my last ns a summer girl.
Next season I shall be on the eve of
thirty, when girls pass into old maids.
With you it is different. A man can
be a summer man as long as he lives.
Go on for ten or twenty years more and
"This, too, Is my climax. Let us leavo
tho fleld together and enter n now world
together ?not n nebulous world; a
o mo when wo are re
iSKirirfii iTTiTfirr ?
If you come any ways near our storo
be sure to come in. We are gottiug in
new goods everyday now and want you
to eoe them. B. v.. & B. H. Wilkes.
Car of high grado Wagons just re
ceived. See us for prioes.
if. P. Mllam & Co.
Your first duty in buying goods is to
yourself to save all the money you ran.
We claim to have all you want, just
what you want and at the price you
want. What more do you want?
Davis, Roper & Co.
Our now line of quartered oak chif
ionors are the latest in design and the
best in lioisli over shown anywhere,
and the prices we have on thorn make
it easy for any one to buy. Call and
see them. S. M. & E. H. Wilkes.
It would take a burglar to break in
some shoes. Ours aro easy from the
start, and tho prices please; The Hub.
Straw hat* at your own price or
oheaper than you can oxpect them.
Call and see us. .
Davis, Roper & Co.
Suo the new line of china dinner set)
that we have just received. They aro
the ceapest evor shown anywhere.
Can't we show them to you?
8. M. & E. H. Wilkes.
Expect big bargains at Davis, Roper
If you want to know what a dollar is
worth take it to Tho Hub.
Just arrived another shipment of
Iking machines and records, Cau't
o sell you one of this lot? There Is
othlng like them for a home enter
tainment and tboy are very cheap.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes.
Lots of good things in our ladies' de
partment. Don't buy until you see
Davis, Roper & Co.
Sooloty Sealing Wax in fancy colors
at Fleoming Bros. Jewelry Storo.
A handsome assortment of Secret
Lockets just opened. Call to see us.
See our bargain shoo counter. $1.00
and $1.25 values for 75 cents.
Everything for everybody and every
thing correct. Even the correct time
from Washington every hour.
Palmetto Drug Co.
A good thing for a rainy day?one of
our neat new Umbrellas: 75c, $1.00 and
$1.50. Tho Hub.
Now is tho time to buy your low cut
shoes in men's, ladies and children's.
All going at a big sacrifice.
Davis, Ropor-& Co.
If you want tho correct time set your
watch by our clock. If you want your
prescriptions filled correctly have them
Ii Med at
Palmetto Drug Co.
Just In Buist Now Turnip Seeds. Ono
fourth pound package 10 coots. No
danger of getting tho wrong kind.
Tho best Is tho best. So everybody
says. Try "It" and Peggy O'Neal at
Palmetto Drug Co.
Special valuo in solid black and solid
W. G. Wilson & Co.
Wo have "It", and Peggy O'Neal.
Ask our soda man.
Palmetto Drug Co.
_ Big reduction in ladies' oxlords.
$2.00 patent colt oxfords $1.75 at
-. The Hub.
The groat Celery Tonic, $1.00 bottle
for 50 cents.
Palmetto Drug Co.
Our New Discovery is sold by W. W.
Dodson, LaurensDrug Co. and Youngs'
Pharmacy under an absoluto guar
antee. Price $1.00.
At last we have found a roach de
stroyer, 25 cents a bottle.
Palmetto Drug Co.
Now Is the time to uso International
Stock Food to prevent your stock from
dying by use of damaged corn. Every
R. P. Mllam & Co.
J. O. C. Fleming & Co. have the new
croj) turnip seed in all tho variotlos.
Soe their ad.
1,200 pairs half hose, 10 cents valuo,
to go at 5 cents.
J. E. Minter & Bro<
A hat for
10 cents. Got a roll of
Palmetto Drug Co.
We havo a few more nice spring and
summer suits, which wo are closing at
a great sacrifice, preparatory to going
to New York and buying fall goods.
Our preparations for fall will eclipse
any previous effort and wo know this
is the place tor you to come and get
Davis, Roper & Co.
Special values in light coats and line
J. E. Minter & Bro.
And tho best of all the prices are the
lowest for the best at
Davis, Roper & Co.
Cropo tissue paper. Ail shades. 10
cents a roll.
Palmetto Drug Co.
? food medlolne for liver disaaso.
It ctirad ipjr ron ?ftcr h* had spent
toln? I take."~MHe. CAKOMNK
MARTIN, Psrkaraburg-, W. V?.
If your liver does not act reg
ularly go to your druggist and
secure a package of Tnedford's
Black-Draught and take a dose
tonight. This great family
medicine frees the constipated
bowels, stirs up the torpid liver
and causes a healthy secretion
Thodford's Black - Draught
will cleanse the bowels of im
purities and strengthen the kid
neys. A torpid llrcr invites
colds, biliousness, chills and
fever and all manner of sick
ness and contagion. Weak kid
neys result in Bright's disease
which claims as many victims
as consumption. A 2fi-ccnt
package of Thedford's Black
Draught should always be kept
in the house.
"I nsed Thed ford's Black
Draiiffht for Ilror and kidney com
plaints and found nothing to oxcel
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I arriapps Kuggies and vVapnns
? am Cheaper than Anybody. Come and See.
LAURENS, S. C^_;_ HC. COUNTS
On a railroad between Now York and
Albany there 1? a tunnel ^wh.ch forms
a link between two contrasting kinds
of scenery. Going northward the trav
eler passes through, dat, uninteresting
country shut In by hills; then he darts
Into a tunnel. When he emerges a pan
orama of the Hudson river bursts sud
denly upon his view. There before him
Is the Tappnn Zee, the broadest part of
the river, teeming with all manner of
craft, from a tiny skiff to an Immense
steamer, while beyond ami about tower
"Delightful:" said a gentleman sit
ting opposite* me the llrst time I wit
nessed this transformation scene.
'?Entrnnclngl" l replied.
"I have noticed your expression," he
added sympathetically, "because tho
tunnel is of especial interest to me. In
It came for mo a transformation ns
marked ns that between Its south and
I begged for the story, and he gave It
"Froiu our first meeting It was appar
ent to both of us that Delia I'eunlngton
and I were made for onch other. Sho
was the daughter of an aristocratic
New Yorker, and I wns a young army
officer without fortune. When 1 asked
her father for her hand I was not sur
prised to meet will? a tlat refusal. De
lia was not one of those willowy twigs
to be bent at the option of the holder.
She had IphoriTod an Independence of
character and did not propose that our
lives should be wrecked by any one.
She informed her father that she In
tended to many me with or without
his consent, whereupon he directed her
to prepare for a trip to 10Urope.
"Dolin was too young to openly refuse
to obey, and it was evident that our
affair must be managed clandestinely.
I was Stationed at the time at one of
the forts in Now- York harbor, but was
ordered to report for duty on a certain
date at West Point. Before leaving
I was astonished at receiving word
from Delia that Sho had concluded
to obey her father and go to Europe, to
be gone three years. Time would show
whether we were so attached that we
would be of the same mind on her re
turn. For herself her heart would con
tinue ns it was, but the pressure upon
her was so strong that she feared a
marriage of convenience would be her
"I replied to her note both coldly and
" 'I go to my new post tomorrow,' I
wrote In conclusion, 'whllo I believe
you'sail in a day or two for Europe.
I consider this note a last farewell.'
"The evening before my Intended de
parture I received a note from Delia,
brought openly by ono of her father's
servants, saying that sho would like to
send mo a souvenir by which to re
member her, It had not yet been sent
home, but if I would inform her by
what train I Intended going she would
send it to the station. I gave the train
time verbally to tho servant. Taking
her action to be submission to her fa
ther's will, I had neither the heart nor
tho complacency to write another fare
"In the morning at the station the
same servant appeared and handed me
a box containing a little gold heart. It
gave me no satisfaction. Indeed, if
she had told mo that she did not love
me I think I would have the more eas
ily overcome my disappointment. I
boarded tho train, which pulled out of
tho station, and I began a Journey over
tho stretch of country WO have just
pnssed. It is needless to say that my
meditations woro no more pleasing
than the scenery. I sat with folded
nrma nnd head down, only occasionally
glancing out of the window. As for
my follow passengers, they did not In
the least interest me. Finally the low
bills on either side shut us In closer
and closer, nnd I began to think that
we must soon run either over or under
them. Then suddenly we struck the
"The few moments wo woro passing
through It were tho most gloomy I hnvo
ever known. I disliked tunnels nnd
ftover entered one without experiencing
something of their sombernoMs. In that
dark pnsHnge it seemed to mo wns con
centrated nil the sadness of a life?dis
appointment, the consciousness that I
had been wrecked, blighted, imblltored,
left to live without that which would
have made life worth living.
"Then thero came a few seconds of
dawning light, and this beautiful view
sprang into existence. For the moment
my attention wns drawn from my be
reavement and concentrated upon tho
scene. But another matter Immediate
ly drew it aside. When we entered tho
tunnel I had sat alone; now somo ono
was sitting beside me. I turned nnd
looked into the face of"?
"How did you divine it?"
"No other transition could have com
pared with entering nnd leaving tho
tnnncl. But go on; explain."
"Delia to disarm all suspicion showed
her father her letters to me. The nsk
ing for my trnin wns also a ruso to
know when I would go. Disguised as
nn old woman she had gone to the sta
tion, entered the same car ns I and rid
den behind mo, waiting nn opportunity
to address mo without attracting ntten
tlon. When wo entered the tunnel it
occurred to her to take ndvnntngo of
the darkness to mnko herself known
to me, nnd tho temptation to throw off
her disgulso was too strong to bo re
"And tho passengers?"
"I saw several of them looking nt ns
suspiciously, but one by ono they seem
ed to make up their minds thnt they
hnd been mistaken. In n short timo wo
were at West Point nnd before I re
ported at headquarters had visited tho
chaplain, and Delia and I were mado
one." ANTHONY DEANH.
Fresh Flour All The Time.
Tho celebrated "Clifton" Hour is sold
only to tho retail merchants, and, as
they buy in small quantities,tho flour is
always fresh. Bransford's "Clifton" is
strictly tho flour for family use, and if
your bread, cake and pastry are not
made of it you are certainly tho losor.
We keep it In stock regularly.
T. N. Harksdale,
M. II, Fowlor. .
Tho Uniou Mooting of the Soc
oud and Third Seesions of tho
Laurons Baptist Association will
moot with First Baptist Church,
Laurou8, S. 0M August 28th to
Tho following is tho l'rogramino
submitted by llov. M. C. Comp
ton, Chairman Committee:
FRIDAY, 10 A. M.
Prayer and praise service, conducted
by I lie Tastor ol First Church.
11 a- in. Introductory Sermon by
Rev, J. T. Renn. Alternate, 1). H. Ow
Enrollment of Polegales and Organ
Afternoon. Subjects for Discussion:
1. What is the religious outlook of tins
country? Rev? J. O. Martin and J. T.
2. Are the people of to-day more pious
than they wcro in tho days of our fath
ers? A. 11. Martin and Captain John
3. How to develop a Church in tho
gtaco ol giviiiK? C. II- Hoper and T. II.
SATURDAY, 9.3? to 10 A. M.
"Prayer ami Praise Service, conducted
by Rev. T. C. Jacks.
4. Who is responsible for the coldness
in the Churches? Bro. Lewis Martin,
Profs- B. \\ Culbertson, W. E. Wash
6. How may a Church know when
sho has tho right man for her Pastor?
W. S. Knight, Lewis Martin and II. H.
0. Aie wo concerned as we ought to
bo for more laborers in the Lord's vine
yard? T. Eh Brown, W. N. Ootin, 1)
7. Arc wo Baptists doing what we
should do to take this country for tho
Loid Jesus? John M. Hudgons, Sam
uel I'.o.i. R. Hawkins.
8. Should our Churches tolerate dram
drinking among their mombors? Revs.
J. O. Martin, J. T. Renn, B. J. Wood
SUNDAY MORNING, 10 to 10.30
Prayer and l'raiso Service, conducted
by Rev. M. C. Compton.
!). What are some of tho results we
may expect from the work of the Sun
day Schools? C. II. Roper.
11-15 a. m. Missionary Sermon by the
Rsv- B. J . Woodward. Altornate, D.
Brethren, lot us all bo present
the first day ol* tho mooting, and
continuo during the session.
M. 0. COMPTONi
It is a fact that every article in
our stock is thoroughly good
and reliable ; just what
it pretends to be. It
is a fact that our
It is a fact that quality consid
ered, our prices arc reason
ably low. Don't these
facts interest you?
C, N. & L. R. R.
In effect Sunday.JOclohor lOlh, 1002.
Columbia, 11 20 a m
Loaphart, 11 40
Inno, 11 46
Balenlino, 11 51
White Rock, 1150
Hilton, 12 02 p m
Chapln, 12 01)
Little Mountain, 12 10
Slighs 12 23
Prosperity, 12 32
Newborry,; 12 40
Jalapn, 1 00
Gary, 1 05
Kinards, 1 10
Qoldvllle,! l i 7
Clinton, 1 80
Parks, 1 42
ArLaurer.r, 1 50
Laurens, 2 02 p ro
Parks, 2 0d
Clinton, 2 22
Goldvillo, 2 34..
Kinards, 2 43
Gary, 2 49
Jala pa, 2 54
No wherry, 3 10
Prosperity, 3 24
Slighs, 3 34
Little Mountain, 8 30
Chapin, 3 51
Hilton, 3 57
White Rock, 4 01
Balontine, 4 07
Leaphart, 4 23
Ar. Columbia, 4 45
For rate*, time tables, or~furthereln
formation call on any Agent, or wilt
W. G. Childs, President.
James A. Summenett,Trainmaster
UNION MIS ETI NU.
Tho Union Mooting of tho Fourth
Section of the Lauren8 Association will
meet with Holly Grove, Saturday be
fore tho Fifth Sunday in August.
10 a. in. Pi aver and praiso services?
10. uo. Organization.
11.00. A duress,Christian Intelligence
a means to an end.? J. 11. Wbarton,
IO?. Ksauy, Abiding in Christ,
Bearing fruit in righteousness.?W. P.
LI 45. Spiritual power in the Church.
- J. B. Parrott.
2 P. M. Primary mlsst n of tho
Church in tho world M. L. Nolson.
3.20- The Bible in tho band, in tho
heart, in tho lifo - J. A. Murtin.
Sunday, It) a. in, Mass-mooting in
In*erost of Sunday School work. .
Address, whoro are tho Church
members?*- W. P. Turnor.
lo :io. Addross, whore are tho chil
dren??J?. It. Parrott.
11, Missionary Sermon?J. A. Mar
All exorcises intermingled with prayer
W. P. Turnhr,
R. 11. Welch.
A. C. Todd.
Johusonc, Welch & Todd,
Will Practice In all Courts, State and
Federal. Oflico, Law Range.
(ft?' Money to Loan at reasonable in
Laurkns, S. C.
Charleston and Western Carolina R
AUGUSTA and ASHEVILLK SHOUT
Schedule in Effect Mar. 1, 11)03.
2:07 pin Lv. Laurens Ar 1:30 pin
330i>iu ArBpartanburgi l.v i-'oi pm
3 10 pm Lv Kpartanburg Ar 10 25 am
5 .'?2 pm Ar s.i I in in Ijv s 80 am
6 11 pm Ar Hendersonvilln J.v 8 05 am
(Oi *v. W. Oi Hallway)
1 53 pm Lv Laurenn Ar 1 '15 pm
251 p ni Lv Greenwood Ar 12 11 pm
0 20 pm Ar Augusta Ijv 10 10 urn
2 36 pm Lv Augusta At II 55 am
(> 30 pm Ar Beaufort Lv 7 50 pin
(i 45 pm Ar Port Koyal Lv 7 40 am
2 0!) put LiV LaurciiH Ar 1 35 pm
3 25 pm Ar Greouville I.v. 12 18 pm
For information relative to tickets
rates, schedules, etc., address
J. It. NOLAN, Agent Laurcns S. 0,
(JEO. T. BUY AN, G. A.
Geu. Pass. Agent, Augusta, Ga,
T. M. EMERSON, Traffic Man,
J. N. LEAK,
Oflbrs his services to the peo
ple of Laurens County.
Address: Gray Court, S. C.
THE WEELITTLES SEE THE CITY HALL.
FIND THE CITY OFFICIAL.
Arrival of Rubber!
Our Fall Stock of Rubber Goods is here and they are ihc
kind of goods that every body wants?the kind you al
ways pay for whether you get them or not. These
are high grade goods, made exclusively by
makers who have a reputation for turning
out reliable products. A little difference
in quality makes a very great differ
ence in durability; So get the
best. Costs you no more
than the poorer sort.
Bulb, Fountain and
Hot Water Bottles,
Nursing Bottles, Etc.
w. w. DODSON.
TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS!
Our buyer. Mr. E. P. Mintcr , left last Wednesday for
|$ New York to purchase our Fall Stock of Clothing,
Shoes, Hats, Dry Goods, Furnishings, Etc.
We will have the largest and most up-to-date line we
|fi have ever had. We are better prepared now to take care
|$ of your interests than ever.
When you arc ready to make your Fall purchases
come in and look through our stock and we are sure we
can make it to your interests to buy of us.
Thanking you for your liberal patronage during the
pasl, Wc arc your friends ,
j. E. /Winter & Bro.
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To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Qiriniite Tablet*. g&'fh/Js
Seven Million hoxr* sold In post 12 month*. Thfe signature,
In Two Days,
tyrrrtri^* box. 25c,
Just received. All varieties. Seed of
J, O, G FLEMING & CO,
Now is the Time to Dose Stock.
.WE MAM 13 A SPECIALTY OF.
International Stock Food Company's Products
. WHICH UAVli A WOULD-WIDE IMPUTATION! .
International Stock Food, 25c and 50c; Colic
cure, 50c; Gall Cure, 25c; Louse Killer, 25c;
Poultry Food, 25c; Quick Cleaner, 25c; Silver
Pine Healing Oil, 25c
Usc in Time! Prevent Diseases!
A Small Investment May Save Von Groat Loss!
OA'E CAR LOAD OF ABOVE JUST RECEIVED.
Our Undertaker's Stock is Complete. We cany a well
selected stock of everything from
Jg^.&& Gl $ & A tnc cheapest coffin to the best Mc
jP^ffilffi talic cases in cloth goods we carry
the best?among them embossed
????"?"?A .- .?:>vJ&v?f?/' 1110 best?among them embossed
?T Mfe^SfflL white plush goods; also black, full
&fk ^^tW^Ml draped in cloth. A First-class Hearse
u'ftWs W^M^^ when wanted. We can furnish white
or black horses when desired. At
night orSunday 'Phone R. P. Milam's residence or call on J. Mills
Munter at the Balcntinc House.
R. P. MILAM & GO,
Experience leaches us that at this stage of the Summer Season it
il wise to push off things that have failed to go without
pushing. We're doing just that. We've said
Profits and put on a Qiuck/Moving Price,
-Of course it pinches us, but il is money to you.
Lot 15=cent Figured Lawns - ? 10c
Lot l()=cent Figured Lawns - - 08c
Lisle finish Vests worth 25c = = 18c
Lisle finish Lace Stripe Hose = - 18c
Ladies' Oxfords worth $1.00 and $1.25 75c
New Lot of Embroidries and Laces.
Come to see us and save money.
A Smilfng Face
Indicates a Good Digestion. For
both you must have good Food
Roller King Flour, Fresh Water Ground Corn
Heal, Royal and Good Luck Baking Powders,
star Hams, star Breakfast Bacon, Hominy,
Rice, Oat Heal, Force, Canned Meats, Fruits,
Vegetables, Tomatoe Catsup, sour and sweet
Pickles and abundance of other good things