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FARM ?
Before You Buy or Sell
any Kind of
Real Estate, or Business,
Write us your wants.
J. Y. GARLINGTON & CO.,
Laurens , S. C
VOL. XIX.
For Cut Glass,
Wedgewood and
Haviland China,
SEE STOCK AT
Palmetto Drug Co,
CAURBNS, 3. O.. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 18. IQ03
NO.S15
HUSBAND SHOT BY
BROTHER-IN-LAW.
Bloody Fight Occurred
Near Mountvillc.
PISTOL AND RAZOR.
Bob Pitts Received Three
Severe Wounds.
J. F. Williams Had Ills Neck Slashed
?BellOYed that Pitts Cannot Sur
vive Though ho Is Still Living.
Last Tuesday morning near Mount
villo Bob Pitts was shot and perhaps
fatally wounded in a tight with his
brother-iu-law, J. F. Williams. Both
men are young white farmors.
The account that reaohes here is that
Pitts was under the lntluonceof liquor
and was iu a row with his wife, Wil
liams' sister.' Williams remonstrated
and Pitts slashod him on the neck with
a razor. Pitts steppod back and drew
his pistol and fired threo times, falling
as he tired the last shot.
Williams' first ball struck Pitts
about the eye, ranged downward into
the throat and afterwards was coughed
up. The second lodged in the right
breast and the third struck Pitts' arm.
The doctors say that Puts has liit'.e
ch.inco to recover but he w s still alive
wiioa Hvt hoard from. Mrs. Pitts re
c '.v. d s me bruises, it is -aid.
Wilhams' wound is not serious.
Have you soen WU'lamsoa'o now
Je-velry StoreY
The fino t quali:y of grxnuhvted loaf
s'i nr is usort in the b aoufacture of
C hainberlnin's Cough U m> dy, and
ih r )ots used in Its preparation give
it a flivor simi'ar lo maple syrup, mak
ing ir qnl'o pie. sant 10 t k^. Mr. W.
L. Bi.derick, of Poolevi le, Md., in
s; caking of this reme'ly, *nys: "I have
iis.d Chambsrlain's Ccugh Remedy
with my chlldrin for sovtr.-l yoirs and
c hu truthfu ly say it is the best pre
I a--ution of the kind f know of. The
children l<ke to tako it ? n t it- has no
injurr.i.s after effect. For sale by Lau
rent Drug Co.
THE SEASON IS ON
If you want to buy or sell a house
and lot in town or a plantation in the
ounty call to see mo. I will not ask
ycu too much, and I can sell your
property for its vaUie.
I don't want to try to sell your prop
er y at a llctl'-ious value. I only under
take to tit tho property to a purchaser
whom lc suits, and who is willing to
pay its value.
I am not a "smoothoarticle." I make
plain statements, and your own inves
tigation will prove their correctness.
If you have properly to manage,
turn it over to mo. I can save you
aonoya^co and money also. Your
tents wilt bo collected and remitted
for promptly.
I have for .-ale:
10 shares National Bank, (Laurens,)
stock.
20 shares Enterprise Bank, (Lau
rons) stock.
5 shares Laurens Cotton mill stock.
188 acres one and one-fourth mile,
from, "StompSpring", Jacks Township.
15 acres bottom land, 4 miles North
of Laurens.
8 room house and lot on Jones Street.
6 room house and lot on Simpson
Street.
7 room house and lot on West Main
Street.
1 lot on East Main Street,
8 store lots at Clinton, 8. C.
FOR RENT.
2 ? rooms cottages near Furniture
Factory.
1 0 room houso with servant's house
on West Main Street.
1 G room house on South Harper
Street.
M. L. Copeland,
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS AM) BONDS
FROM SOUTH AFMCA.
NEW WAY.OF USING CHAMBER
LAIN'S COUGH REMEDY.
Mr. Arthur Chapman writing from
Durban, Natal, South Africa, says:
"As a proof that Chamberlain,* Cough
Remedy Is a oure suitable for old and
young, I p?n you the following: A
neighbor of mine had a child just over
two months old. It had a very bad
cough and tho parents did not know
what to give it. I suggested that if
they would get a bottle of Chambor
loin's Cough Remedy and pub some up
on the dummy teat the baby was suck
i"g it would ho doubt oure the child.
Tnis ill ? v did and brought about a
quick relief and oured the baby." This
remedy is for sale by Laurens Drug
Co.
ONE CENT A WORD.
For Sale?One good buggy horse.
Lady can drive. Mrs. Lul* Dendy,
Mountville, S. O. It.
All persons are hereby warned
against fishing, hunting or otherwise
tr spassing on our lands. E. T. Shell,
M. II. Burdlne, J. T. Peden. f
For HAt~-Pino and oak lumber and
pine and oak wood. Call or writo to
J. 11. Davis, Clinton, S. C.
WANTED ? Persimmon, Dogwood
Ile koryand Holly Logs Freight paid
oncsrloads. Jsmes Cockshott, Char
iest i), S. C.
(.'allied Forty Pounds in Thirty Day's.
For several months our younger
bro her had been troubled with ludi
ettion. Re tried several remedies
u\ got no bencllt from thorn. We pur
ct-a<ed some of Chamberlain 's-S torn ach
Pad Liver Tablets and be commenced
tak ng them, inside of thirty days he
1 ad gained forty pounds iu flesh. He
is now f<illy recovered. We havo a
good trado on the tablets.?Holley
, < Branch. Mn
1 A MONO OUR FRIENDS,
Sheriff Buford of Newberry was here
yerterday. (
Mr. Hampton Hunt of the New
berry bar wag hero yesterday.
Mr. R. H. Young of Lisbon has re
turned from a visit to his son in Aiken
County i
Mr. P. M. Petee*, a graduate of the
"Georgia Tech," after spendin? sev
eral months iu the mills here returned
to Atlanta SatJtday. Ina fow weeks
he will take a position in a mill at
Covington, Ga.
Go to Williamson's ior Cut Glass.
Go to Williamson's for Silverware.
For Sam-: -A piano in first class
condition. A great bargain. Apply
?0 M. L. Copeland.
Will Sing Sunday Night.
Mr. Clon de Bruin, vocal director of
Ted Faust's mlnstrolF, will sing at the
First Presbyterian Church at the Sun
day night service. He is a tenor.
Building Progressing.
Tho work on tho Laurens Mills
school building is going on well. Tho
walls are nearly completed. The now
store building is also tearing comple
tion.
Cotton Yesterday.
Tho Liverpool and New York mark
ets were down yesterday morning and
cotton here brought from 10} to 10 85.
Yes'ordny afternoon tho New York
mirket was better tba i in the morning
by 22 points.
Will Closo Thanksgiving.
An agrecmeut to oluso. thoir stores
on Thanksgiving was generally s'gned
by tho march uts cf the city yester
day. It was carried around by Mr. J.
A. Clardy. Thanksgiving day is one
woek from tomorrow. People in the
county who have busims? in town
should bear in mind that business
places will bo closed. Presumably
court will adjourn for tho day.
Will Preach to Teachers.
At the First Methodist Church on
u< xt Sunday evening tl.o paitor will
preach on The ''cssa^o of the 1511 le to
ilio Toacher.. All teachers are h\a
daily invited. In tho morning the
pastor will preach on Tho Master in
the Homo. Mr. Hicks will sing a solo
at the morning service and probably in
the evening. Public cordially in
vited. Strangers heartily welcome.
Judge Hudson Coining.
The news that Ex-Judge Joshua H.
Hudson is coming to preside at- tho
olvll court next week will be received
with pletsure over this county. Judge
Hudson is one of the few gn at law
yers !n South Carolina and, moreover,
he Is one of tho few big minded, strong,
bonest mon with opitroin that he is cot
afraid to speak, regardless of politics
and politicians.
FARMERS MEET FRIDAY.
Committee on Fertilizer Qnestion to
Make Report.
The farmers will meet again in the
court house Friday to hear tho report
of the committee appointed to inves
tigate the rumored raise in for illzer
prices. It is stated that Mr. Cantwoll
of Spartanhurg will make an address
on the fertilizer question.
HILL MEN HERE.
Visitors From Columbus, Georgia, to
Superintendent Abney.
Messrs. Oscar Jordan and C. S.
Brown, prominent men of Columbus,
Ga., were the guests last week of Mr.
John T. Abney, Superintendent of the
Laurons and the Watts Mills. Messrs.
Jordan and Brown are interested in the
mill business, both boing connected in
important capacities with tho Engle
and Phoenix mills and the Girand cot
ton mills of Columbus. They spont al
most a day visiting and inspecting th
plants here.
THURSDAY NIGHT
KELLOGG COMING.
The Famous Bird Warbler?Matinee
For Benefit or tho Graded
School Library.
Charles DennUnn Kellogg will give
a matinee Thursday afternoon at 4 P.
M. Admission grown people 50 cents;
children 25 cents. The profits will go
to the School Library. All who have
not Lyceum tickets are urged to come
to the matinee. Season tickets, of
course, will not be good at the mati
nee.
The next regular Lyceum attractions,
The Kollogg Lecture-Recitals will be
Thursday night, beginning promptly
at 8 16.
Members of the Lyceum will get
their scats reserved on the 18th.
For s*ek hoadache try Chamberlain's
Stomach and L'ver Tablets; thoy will
ward otf the attack if taken in time.
The best that money can buy should
bo your aim In choosing a mediclno.and
this is Hood's Sarjaparllla. It cures
when others t iil.
Many Mothers of a Like Opinion.
Mrs. Pilmer. of Cordova, Iowa, saye:
"Onn of my children was subject lo
croup of a severe typa, and tho giving
of Chamberlain's Remedy promptly,
always brought relief. Many mothers
In this neighborhood think the same as
I do about this remedy and want no
, othor kmd for their children/' For
! sale by Lauft n* D/ilg Co.
GREAT SUCCESS
WAS THE BAZAR.
Ladies Keni!a d .Yearly Four Hundred
Dollars for (he Two Churches,
Most of It Clear.
An abrogate of $383. is what tho la
dies realized from the bazar for the
First Methodist and Piesbytorian
Churches last week and of this all but
about WO. was profit. The bazar also
received fifteen or twenty dollars In
cash which makes tho total profits
about $360.
Tho ladies of the two churches which
gave the bazar hnve organized an as
sociation for tho purpose of holding a
similar fair each year. The people of
the town and county may thoroforo
look forward to a repetition of this de
lightful festival next fall.
ALL SHOULD ATTEND.
Major Ferguson Writes of Meeting to
bo Held on 20lh.
Editor ADVERTISER, Sir:
Laukens, S. C, Nov., 16.?A num
ber of farmers called a meeting at the
Oourt House on tho 6th instant, which
was very attended and 1 hope will re
sult In much good. And now another on
the 20th instant. I am of tho decided
opinion that this is a step in tho right
direclion to benefit thomselvos finan
cially and do no harm to any class of
people. Our interest, tho merchants'
interest, tho lawyers' Interest and that
of men of all professions or occupa
tions are identified. One can't prosper
without the co-operation of the other.
It is a duty wo owe each other and our
wives and children to have a mass
meeting on the 20th lost ant. This
meeting shou'd be atti ndod by repre
sentatives of all professions and occu
pations. 1 hope the people of Laurens
County will givo tin matter thought
and come out to tho meeting. The.
business to be disclosed is of a great,
grave and momentous imp >rianco to
us. If we sit still and let the great
money sharks go on we will soon bo
whero the whangdoodle niourheth t.nd
tho woodbino twinoth (financially ) S>
como out on tho 20th. We don'o krow
what we can accomplish. Large strosms
from tilth fountains (low and tali oaks
from little acorns grow.
Vour humble servant,
M. H. Ferguson.
JUST WHAT YOU NEED.
Chamber" ain'8 Stomach aud Liver
Tablets.
Whrn you feel dull after oating.
When you havo no appetite.
When you have a bail taste In the
mouth.
When your liver is torpid.
Whtn your bowel* are constipated.
When you havo a headache.
When you feel bilious-.
Ihoy will improve your appetite,
cleanse and invigorate your stomach,
and regulate your liver and bowels.
Price 25 conts por box. For sale by
Laurcn6 Drug Co.
MY BUSINESS
GROWS DAILY,
This due to the fact that I have the
most complete equipment and the best
facilities for finding buyers for your
property.If you are looking for property
or a business lot mo know your re
quirements. I can fill them.
Look over this list and lot mo havo
your propositions:
805 acres between Laurens and Clin
ton, good house and out houses, con
veniently located. Rents for 7000 lb?,
lint cotton. $4,000.00.
140 acres, between L urens and
Fountain Inn, at Power, rJ. C. Large
house, In good repairs, 2 tenant
house?, good liarn, two aero orchard,
excellent water, beautiful y located,
about 50 yards of the railroad. Land in
high state of cultivation, 50 acres wood
land and good pasture. $8,500.00.
12 acre tract one-fourth ml!e of Lan
ford Station. Splendid houso and large
orchard. Three-fourths miles of Enoreo
Manufacturing Company. Land will
produce one bale the aoro. $1,0 0.00.
145 aores on Rabun Creek, good bot
toms, and conveniently located. $U0O.00
221 acre tract. $1,600.00.
200 acre tract. $2,250.00.
2 good store rooms on public squaro
of Laurens rented, and the investment
pays 10 per cent. $4 6C0 00.
One 10 room house on Noith Harper
Street. $2,200.00.
I six room houso on East Main Strut t,
$1,800 00.
II room house just Inside corporalo
limits of Clinton, S. C. All modern im
provements. $3,600.00.
4 nice houses on Chestnut Street.
Cheap.
200 acre tract near Barksdale Sta
tion. Cheap.
300 acte tract near Fountain Inn, S.
O. Cheap.
Wanted a nice building lot for cliont
near publio square Call at my office
if you haye ono.
Wanted a boilding lot for colored
client.
Wanted a six horse farm for olient.
FOR RENT.
One nice office over Palmetto Drug
Store. $2 50 per month .
One double office ouvenloutly lo
cated. Servant on duty all time, $2.50.
Several tenant houses in city.
5 shares Laurens Furnituro Manu
fioturing Co. stock. $76.00.
OEO. W. SHELL.
Broker.^
McCord Duilding. *
Notice to Trespassers.
We forbid anyone to hunt, fish, walk
or ride over our lands In any way.
M T Simpson,
Henry A Coleman,
J W*sh Williams,
O M Haona.
P B Watts*
W C ltasor,
J E l.eaman,
8 A Loaman,
(Mr,4.) Nannie Davonpoi
(Mrs.) Nannie Wl111
?
THE PARSON THOUGHT IT WAS
FULL TIME TO LEAD IN PRAYER.
Tho following story eonios from a
Missouri nowspaper and boars a moral:
A prcachor at tho conclusion of ono
of his sermons, said:
?'Let all in tho houso who are paying
their debts stand up."
Instantly every man, worn a a and
child, with one exception, rose to their
feet.. Tho preacher seated them and
said :
"Now every man not paying his
debts s'and up."
Tho exception noted, a curoworn,
hungry-looki-.g individual, e!o*.hod In
last hummer's silt, s'ow'y assumed
a perpendicular position.
"How is it my friend," asked tho
minister, 'that you uro tin enly man
not to nvo*. his obligations?"
"I run a newspaper,'1 be meekly an
swered, "and tho h othreo here who
have ju^t sto d up are my subscribers,
and-"
"L t us pray!'' exclaimed tho minis
ter.
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DRIFTING
By Thom&i Buch&nan Read
FEW American renders nro unacquainted with tho
stirring poom "Sheridan's Uido," by Thomas Buchanan
Read. Thq author, who gained fame also as a painter,
was born In Pennsylvania, In and died In New York
City, May 11. 1872. His early education was neglected,
and he gained a livelihood as a cigar maker and
Itinerant sign painter. Later his portraits and poems
brought him an Income and enabled him to travel and
study abroad. Among others of his poems are "Tho
New Pastoral" and "The Wagoner of the Alloghanles."
Y soul to-day
Is far away,
Sailing the Vosuvlun Bay;
My wlng-ed boat,
A bird afloat,
Swims round the purple peaks remote:
Hound purple peaks
It sails and seeks
Blue'lnlets and their crystal creeks,
Where hlrrh rocks throw,
Through deeps below,
A duplicated golden glow.
?ar, vague, and dim
ho mountains swim;
Whilo on Vesuvius' misty brim,
With outstretched hands,
Tho gray smoke stands,
O'erlooklng the volcanic lands.
Hero Ischls smiles
O'er l|quid miles;
And yonder, bluest of the Isles,
Calm Capri waits,
Her sapphire gates
Beguiling to her bright estates.
I hoed not, If
My rippling skiff
j? Flouts swift or slow from cliff to cliff;
With dreamful eyes
My Spirit l|es
Under tho walls of Paradise.
idor tho \valls,
hero dwells and falls
Tho Sty's deep breast at intervals,
peace I He,
JoWn softly by,
A oloud upon this liquid sky.
f
oltfV
X Tho day, i
X isIleaVen
4* With Earth n
so mild,
ti own child,
and Ocean reconciled;
The airs I feel
Around mo stoal
X Are murmuring to the murmuring
keel.
-$
Over the rnll
My band I trail
Within tho shadow of tho Fall,
A Joy Intense,
The cooling senso
Olldes down my drowsy indolence
With dreamful eyes
My spirit lies
Where Summer sings and never dles,
O'ervellcd with vines,
She glows and shines
Among her future oll und wines.
Her children, hid
Thi Lllffs amid,
Are gamboling with tho gamboling
kid,
Or down the walls,
With tipsy calls.
Laugh on tho rocks llko waterfalls.
The fisher's child,
With tresses wild.
Unto the smooth, bright sand be
guiled,
With glowing lips
Sings as she skips.
Or guises at the far-off ships.
Yon deep bark goes
Where Traffic blows.
From lands of sun to lands of snows;
Thls happier ono?
Its course Is run
From lands of snow to lands of sun.
*t> happy ship.
To rise and dip,
With the blue crystal at your Up!
0 happy crew, .
My heart with you
Sails, and sails, and sings anew!
No more, no more
The worldly shore
Upbraids nu with its loud uproar:
With dreamful'eyes
My spirit lies
Under the walls of Paradise!
THE WOMAN IN THE CASE
May be your Wife, Mother or Daughter. In either case,
she deserves all you will give her while you live, or
leave her when you quit living. You want to pro
tect her against poverty. You want to protect
your name from the disgrace attached to
the man who dies and leaves his
dependent ones unprovided for.
The State Life Insurance Company
was built to protect them. It gives greater security and greater
dividends. You want a policy in the STATE LIKE. If
you are 40 years we will sell you a policy for #20.00
per #1,000, or we will charge you $32.00,
#42.00, or $100,00. It will pay you
to inquire into the matter.
D. SAH COX, General Agent,
In the Skyscraper, Columbia, S. C.
An Old Favorite
mm
NIGHT
By Jo.me.z- Montgomery
IQHT Is the tlmo for rest:
How sweet, when labors close,
To gather round an aching breast
Tho curtain of repose,
I Stretch tho tired limbs, and lay tho head
Down on our own delightful bed!
Night Is tho time for dreams:
Tho gay romance of life,
When truth that Is, and truth that
scorns, *
Blend in fantastic strife;
Ah! visions leas beguiling far
Than waking dreams by daylight are!
Night is tho time for toll:
To plough the classic field,
Intent to flnd tho burled spoil
Its woalthy furrows yield;
Till all Is ours that sages taught,
That poets sang, and heroos wrought.
Night is tho time to weep:
To wet with unseen tears
Those graves of Memory, where sleep
The Joys of other years;
Hopes, that were Angela nt t heir birth,
But died whon young, llko things of
earth.
Nhcht Is the tlmo to watch:
O'er ikm 111's d,irk i>vohukv,
To hall thto Plotnden. or catch
Tho full moon's oorlleat glance,
hom< sick mind
Night Is tho tlmo for euro:
Brooding on hours misspent,
To seo tho scepter of Despair
Como to our lonely tent;
Like Brutus, midst hlo slumbering
host,
Summoned to dlo by Cresor'n ghost.
Night Is the tlmo to think:
When, from the eye, tho soul
Takes flight; and on tho utmost brink T
Of yonder starry pole
Discerns beyond tho abyss of night
Tho down of unereatod light.
Night Is the tlmo to prny:
Our Saviour oft wlthdrow
To desert mountains far away;
So will his follower do,?
Steal from tho throng to haunts un
Iro l.
And commune Micro alone with God.
Night Is tho tlmq for Death:
When nil around Is peace.
Calmly to yield Irjo weary breath,
From sin and Mifferlng ceaso,
Think of heaven's lilies, and give the
T
death ho
HUNTINGTON NOW
ON J?. P. D. ROUTE.
The People Got Their Mail Dally?
Personal ami Social News of
the Community?
Huntington, R, F. D., Nov. 12.?
Huntington is Huntington now in namo
only. It lies far behind In tho "green
1-uid ot memory,M aud tho R. F. D.
postman greotf us eacli morning with
our mail at ten o'clock.
The dolightful fall days have given
way at last, aud tho last several havo
boen gloomy and cold indeed remind
ing us forcibly of tho decline of the
year.
Farmers aro somewhat "bluo"ovor
the late cotton, fearing it may not
open. Tho crops aro short in this com
munity.
Miss Lucia Barksdale of Laurens be
gan her school here two weeks ago.
.Sho has mado a vory favorable impres
sion upon botli pupils and patrons.
Mr. J. L. Ray !s in Union this wook.
Miss Lucilo Wright, now of Pacolet
and Miss Mary Simpson of Laurens vis
ited Miss Carrie Ray some days ago.
Rev. J. F. Jacobs is tilling tho pulpit
of tho Bethany Presbyterian Church
this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Anderson visited
Mrs. Anderson's parents last week on
tho return from their bridal tour. They
spent some days in Washington and
visited Niagara while thev were away.
Miss Mamie Byrd visited in Laurens
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. C. S. Langford expects to move
his family to Clinton in tho near fu
ture.
Master Blssell Harris is at home af
ter an extended visit to his grand-pa
rents in Union.
Annik Laurie.
MOV KS TO ?RAY COURT.
Rev. J. L McLIn Becomes a Resident
of That Thriving Town,
Gray Court, Nov. 10.?Rev. James
L. MoL'n has moved hero with his
family and occupies R. L. Gray's new
hou;e opposite L- C. Dorroh's. Mr.
McLin wi 1 p each ut Now Harmony,
Ricky Springs Todd Memorial and
Dorroh Churches. A goodly nuinbar
of the mombera of New Harmony and
Dorroh churches gave Mr. McLin a
houso warming on last Saturday. They
brought a picnic dinner and spent the
day. Tho day was much enjoyed by nil
present.
Mr. J. N. Leak who has been very
sick for ten days seema a little acttor.
Mr. M. A. Knight has sold uls home
place at Knight's Station to Mr. W. T.
Coleman of Founts in Inn.
Mrs. Clough Rice of Union was here
last week visiting Prof. A. Q. R'ce.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Wright of Lis
bon were here last week visiting their
daughters, Mrs. T, F. Jones and Mies
Kato Wright.
Mr. R. L. Gray wor.t to Williamston
last Saturday to see his father, Mr. R.
A. Gray, who is quito sick.
Several ladies from hero attended
the chrysanthemum and b tby show at
Fonnla'n Inn last week. They say that
tho show was quite a suecoes.
The farmers havo been making good
use of tho line weather, putting in
their small grain. I think there will
be more grain sown than usual in this
section.
The cotton crop is almost gathered
and is tho shortest crop that wo have
had for several years. D.
First Cost Not tho Cheapest.
Tho first cost of an article does not
necessarily determine its cheapness.
For instance, a sack of "Clifton" Hour
may cost you a little moro than other
so-called patent Hours, but it will bo
cheaper to you in the end. Whj V Be
cause it will not only make moro bread
to the sack, but tako less lard and soda
to make It. Order a sack of "Clifton"
and make a lc?t for yourself. It will
prove the tru'h of this statement.
T. N. Barksdale,
M. II. Fowler.
Cures Blood, Skin Troubles, Cancer,
Blood Poison. Greatest Blood
Purifier Known.
If your blood 19 impure, thin, dis
eased, hot or full of humors, if you have
b!ood poison, cancer, carbuncles, oat
ing sores, scrofula,eczema, itching, He
inas and lumps, scabby, pimply skin,
bone pains, catarrh, rheumatism, or
any blood or skin disease, tako Botanic
BlOOd Balm (B. B. B ) according to di
rections. Soon all sores hoa), aches
and pains stop, the b'ocd is mado pure
and rich, leaving the skin frto from
ovory eruptions and giving tho rich
glow of perfect health to the skin. At
the samo timo B. B. B. improvos the
digestion, cures dyspepsia, strengthens
cak kidneys. Just tho mediclno for
Old people, as it gives them now, vig
orous blood. Druggists $1 per large
bottlo with directions for home euro.
Sample freo and prepaid by writing
Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe
trouble and special free medical advice
also mii!. In coaled letter. B. B. B. is
especially advlsod for chronic, deep
seated cases of impure blood and skin
dlscasos, and euros after all olso falls.
Sold in Laurons by B. F. Posey.
Auction Sale.
Will 6ell at Woodruff, S. 0., Tues
day, December, 15, 1003, at 2 o'clock p.
in., to the highest bidder, one two
story brick store corner of Main and
"TJeorgls streets, 26 x 00 ft. with lot in
the rear 25 x 25 ft, Also vacant lot ad
joining store on .Main street 80 x 125
foot. Also vaoant lot on Georgia street
22 x 56 feet. Terms oash.
j. w. Martin,
November, 16,?it.
I THROUGH SOUTH CAROLINA. ?c
Judge Simon ton has modified hit- or
der placing the great Olympia cotton
mill of Columbia In the bauds of a re
ceiver aud tho company will probably
be reorganized without friction under
the present management. Tho Olympia
mill is tho largest under one roof In the
world and has never been amooeymakcr
Lewis W. Parker of Greonviile has
been elected temporary president.
The National Daughters of the Con
federacy convenod last week in Char
leston. Delegates were present from
all the Southern and many Nurtlicrn
States. The Laurens Chapter wa? not
represented.
An Immigration couvention was held
iu Columbia last week. It was well at
tended. H is planned to try to get
Scotchmen to settlo in South Carolina.
Roosevelt has again nominated Crum,
tho negro, for collector of tho port of
Charleston. He failed of confirmation
at the last session of tho senato.
Col. W. J. Bryan has gone to Europe
for seven weeks. Ho has failed to get
the fifty thousand dollars from tho
Bennett eitate.
MERCHANTS NEWS.
New crop Georgia Ribbon Cane Sy
rup, tho best for 50 cents a gallon.
Konnedy Bros.
Seo our stock of chairs before you
buy. Wo have the largest assortment,
best values and choapest prices to be
found.
S. M. & E. II. Wilkes.
Now is your timo for overcoats and
6uits. Big values.
Davis, Roper & Co.
Ask to see the cups and enuoers and
plates that we have on our ten cent
counter.
b. M. & E. H. Wilkes.
New Orleans syrup, Do Batler'o sy
rup, right from the ketllo at (50 cents
per gallon.
Kennedy Bros.
Seo those now lemonade and water
sets. Very latest shapes and decora
tions.
S. M. & E. II. Wilko'.
Hunters' attention is called to oji*
full line of legging0. Price 2.r> rents to
Oi. (Jhcaper than you can buy them
elsewhere.
Davis, Ropsr & Co.
"Dutche8s Trousers" are the best.
$1.00 for a rip and 10 cen's a button.
Copeland'rt.
New assortmens of flntj Cut Glass
just addod to our already largo stock.
Our prices are loss t!>au you find any
where.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes.
$1.25 buys the best solid leather shoe
in Laurens.
Copoland'r.
You know we aro headquarters for
good shoes. So come right in and let
us shosv you.
Davis, Roper & Co.
See the new ten cents go ids we are
now showing. You got fifteen and
twenty-live cent articles on our t.n
cent counter.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes.
Our New Discovery is sold by W. W.
Dodson, Laurens Drug Co. and Youngs'
Pharmacy under an absolute guar
antee.
Every bottle of Our New Discovery
guaranteed.
Everybody knowt Edwin Clapp &
Sons mako the best sho:s on earth.
$5.00, $0.00.
Copel.md's.
Pig job in men's white and colored
stiff bosom shirts at one-half pricos.
Davis, Roper & Go.
Ladies' suits at one-half price.
Davis, Roper & Co.
For a bilious attack take Chamber
lain's Stomach aud Liver Tablets anit
a quick euro is certain. For salo by
Laurens Drug Co.
Grace, comfort andquality combined
in "La Franco" shoes for women, $15.00
a pair.
Copeland's.
Ladies union suits, also undervests
and drawers at prices that you can't af
ford to miss.
Davis, Roper <fc Co.
Our Now Discovery Is guaranteed to
put your Stomach, Liver and Bowels in
a healthy condition. , Write T. J.
Duokett, Sheriff of Laurons county If
you doubt It.
Study the
Jewelry Question!
Don't buy Jewelry hap
hazard. Look the ground over
thoroughly, and buy when you
find the place where you can get
the very best, most stylish, most
reliable Jewelry for your money.
Of course, we think this is the
place and want to convince you
that we are right.
gltr FIRST-CLASS Watch
and Jewelry repairing by an
expert workman.
Fleming Bros.
CASTOniA.
n?wi the /y The Kind Yon Haw k\am BorU
KILL THEMSELVES.
Ono by Accident, One a
Suicide,
BOTH CA31 DEN MEN.
Col. JBoykhi Prominent iu
the State.
Tho Condition or Tho Rank Not Yet
Known?E. C. Zcmp Trais tho
Cashier, Who Shot Himself.
Mondny In Camden, S. O., ?t 3.30 P.
M., Col. K. Miller lioykin, president
of tho Merchants and Farmers Bank
and formerly U. S. Marshal und?r
Clove;aml, shot himself dead hy acci
dent, lie loft his house to ahoot a
hawk and a few mlnutos later his body
was found, his haintnerlesB gun having
been discharged probably as he cro?sed
a fence.
At 8 30 P. M. B. C. Zemp, cashier of
the same bank, was found in his t>arn
with a pistol bul'ot hi his head. Clearly
he had committed suicide.
Tho affairs of tho bank are not as
yet known, Col. Boy kin was well
known throughout the stato and wan
very popular and both wore men of
high standing.
COMING MARRIAGES.
Several to Tike Plato Here And In
The County.
Tnls evening at the hoino of Mr,
and Mrs. W. C. Irby, their daughter,
Miss Claudlu, and Dr. W.D.Fergu
son will he married.
This evening at the homo of tho
bride's father, Mr. and Mrs. S. R.
Gray, near Edeo, Mies Mattlo Cray
an l Mr. Joseph E. Wham will bo mar
ried.
On lb ? 25th. at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Jones in this city, their
daughlor, Miss Connio, and Dr. ?. W.
Leonard of Spartanburg will be mar
ried,
At tho .homo of the biidc's fa'.her,
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Culbartron of
Waterloo, Miss Minnlo Cu bertson and
Mr. J, J. Dendy of this city will be
married on lbs 25lh.
At tho bom j of tho bride's father,
Mr. ar.i Mrs. .1. [. Young, o? Konno,
Mi-s Mi?ry Young and Mr. J. W.
Milim will b; mirrLd on Dec. !>ih.
FAUST'S MINSTRELS COMING.
What is Slid or this First Class Com
pany.
Tho Columbia, S. 0., State says: "In
the Ii mament of minstrelsy Ttd Faust's
aggregation is known In the South
only through the record of its success
in the West. It Is a show which is tho
peer of Quinten and Wall and Dock'
stadcr. Their singing is good. In the
acts ihi* specialties are clever and
novel, Tho monologue of "Pop"' Carr,
and the whirlwind dancing of "Gjv."
Bo wen are as good o >mlc acta as can bo
shown by any minstrels."
The Charlotte N. C, Observer says:
"The Ted E, Faust Minstrels have a
neat, clean, effective show. Tho sing
ing and dancing arc t<p-top. Tho
comedy is crisp and good. The work
of tho Faust Family, acrobats and
all are very lino indeod."
There recently arrived from Eu
rope, a beautiful and sweet-voiced vo
calist, having in her possession, tho
diploma of highest honor won by her
in the leading conservatory of mus'o in
Germany. The Oraus, and other opera
managers made her Haltering offora
whlob she declined. Doth press and
opera management showered her
with compliments and titled her: "Tho
Jenny Lim! Of The Century." Tho
young lady is Miss Ruby Faust, daugh
ter of Ted K. Faust, the minstrel ma?
nato whose minstrel company will bo
at the Opera Mouse, Monday, Novem
ber, 23rd.
Miss Faust takes part and in ths
Bpectular opening sings a solo,
iil'K'K ARREST.
J. A. (Julledge, of Verbena, Ala.,
was twice It) the hospital from a eevere
case of piles causing 51 tumor*. After
doctors and all r m dies failod, Buck
len's Arnica Salvo quickly arrested
furth r Inflam ma'loo and cured him.
Itcoitqu is aches and kills pain. 25
cents at Laurcns Drug Co. and W.
W. Dodson.
I
City Opera House.
Momlay, November, 23rd.
THE FAUST
TED
E. MINSTRELS.
I( the Faust Minstrels had only tho
Faust family of ten Australian acro
bats, fivo of whom arc little children,
tho smallest, swoolest morsels of hu
manity on tho American stage?thoy'd
havo suftloient to oxcel other minstrels
companies.
IVice 35, 60 and 75 cents and fair
ohoico seats $1.00.
Seats on tale at Copeland's 10 a, m ,
Saturday, November, 21,

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