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THERE tS PIS SUBSTITUTE
Co. A., 6th. S. C. Cavalry
FEW AHE LIVING.
Once Command Had 141
This Reprint Should be Preserved by
All Who Had Kindred in Gal
lant Old Company.
The roll printed below contains for
the most part nsmes of Laurens sol
diers and Mr. Maddon who found it
among his papers is a Laurens man.
Tho clipping, which is taken from The
Greenville News, was handed to TnE
ADVERTISER by Mr. Miller Curry and
Is published with ploasure. It will bo
road with interest and should be pre
served, especially by the children and
grand-children of tho members of Co.
A , Otb. S. C. Cavilry:
While, rumaglng through a pile of
old papers recently, Health Ofllcer W.
11. Madden found a list of the muster
roll of Co. A, Sixth S. C. Cavalry, of
which he was a member.
Among, the members of tho com
pany aro tho names of many Green
ville people, the majority of them,
howevor, being residents of Laurens
county. Of the onti'0 list only a few
are now living.
The roll, which Includes 141 names Is
M A Sullivan, Captain.
Harvey Woods, first lleutonant.
J Mims Sullivan, second lieutenant.
John M Sullivan, third lleutenaut.
Jared D Sullivan, first sergeant.
Hiram Bolt, second sergeant.
A L Balentino, third sergeant.
B E Knight, fourth sergeant.
W B Madden, fifth sergeant.
M L Donaldson, first corporal.
W D Chandler, second corporal.
It Y J Eltedge, third corporal.
Thaddeus Babb, fourth corporal.
W B Anderson, farrier.
W F Barnett, bugler.
Privates?Alex Abercrombie, Jesse
Aborcrombie, Lewis Abercrombie, R
A Abercrombie, John Aborcrombie, J
K Abercrombie, W A Adams, G W
Anderson, D I Armstrong, Joshua
Arnold, Robt Austin, Wm Austin,
Andrew Agoew, Fletcher Arnold, Bar
net Babb, J K Babb, J M Babb, Messer
Babb, Melmoth Babb, T M Babb, Wm
Beeks, T R Blackwell, A L Balentine,
Harmon Bagwell, H B Bates, B E Mal
lard, Eli Bolt, J K Bolt, S J Bolt, T W
Bolt, M H Burdine, W L Burgess, J J
Campbell, C J Chapman, J Q A Clark,
J W Chandler, Staoback Cokor, Y M
Coker, B B Curry, M A Curry, vory
Curry, N B Curry, N W Cur Y J
Cooper, David Coleraan, Johr. Cole
man, Reuben Clardy, J Culbertson, C
F Davenport, I P Davenport, M T Dav
enport, S W Davenport, W H Daven
port, J V Duncan, Alex Duncan, W T
13stes, Wm. Elledge, Henry Forrestor,
W T Fowler, R A Gray, N A Gray. W
E Gray, Young Godfrey, Richard Grif
fin, MNoses Hendrix, Wm. Hawkins, J
N Y Hellams, G P Hignins, J F Hen
derson, T Hendersor, James B Hill,
Tyry Holder, W L Hopkins, R M Hub
bert, W B Jones, Silas Jones, J Mc
Knlght, S V McKnight, Honry Leo, J
T Lewis, Henderson Llndley, B S
Lynoh, L B Long, M J Locke, M E
Mahaffey, S D Mnhaffcy, Wyatt Mattl
^jpn, J F Maxwell, R E Moore, Boyce
P^flcCuon, W A McFall, Austin Mc
Ninoh, John McNInoh, M B McGee,
Wm McGee, Joel MoDaniol, Robert
. McDaniel, J T Modlock, M II MurfT, E
W Nash, J P Nesbltt, J P Nixon, N P
.Noble, I A Owens, W M Owens, Aus
tin Owings, J D Owings, F R Owings,
Martin H Owings, M B Owings, Oliver
Owings, Chandler Palmer, J W Palm
er, A M Peden, D M Peden, AT Peden,
J H Pike, D Y Pitts, W V Pinson, J M
Poor, D 0 Ridgoway, J H Shaw, W H
Sprouse, Washington Stigall, William
Stlgall, James I Sullivan, 0 P Sulli
van, Jr., J J Shumate, H S Shumate,
Archey Scott, Pet Sharps, William
Scott, J B South, James Taylor, W 8
Terry, B A Thomason, J B Thomason,
M R Thomason, S W Townsend, Robt.
Wham, W N White, Joseph Williams,
Hugh Wilson, Martin Woods, Hugh
Woods, Hampton Bensley, Thomas
Fielder, Harper Haynes, M B Green,
Alex Williams, J M Williams, Am
brose Williams, Benjamin Newman.
Henderson Martin. ?
Bilious Colic Prevented.
Take a double dose of Chamberlain's
Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
as soon as tho first indication of the
disease appears and a threatened at
tack may be warded off. Hundreds of
people use the remedy in this way
with perfect t>ucc*ss. For sale by The
Laurens Drug Co.
Women love a clear, healthy com
Slexlon. Pure blood makes it. Bur
ook Blood Bitters makes pure blood.
''Neglected colds make fat grave
yards/' Dr. Wood's. Norway Pine Sy
rup helps men and women to a happy,
vigorous old sgo.
Eczema, scald head, hivt, itohiness
of the skin of aoy sort Instantly re
lieved, permanently cured. ?'"Doan's
Ointment. At anv drnff atom.
AMOxNU OUtt FRIENDS.
Mr. Arthur King of Georgetown is
visiting In tho elty.
Mr. Ciaudo Babb arrived in the city
Sunday from Mississippi.
Mre. p, P. McGowan has gone to At
lanta for a few days.
Dr. J. H. Miller of Cross Hill was
the guest of Mr. F. P. McGowan Sun
Rev. A. R. Mitchell is spending a
few days in the city. He is the rector
of the Fpiscopal Church in Greenville.
Mrs. C. E. Gray aud Master Gray
will leave for Union this week to visit
Capt. and Mrs. J. W. Clark.
Hr. J. Q. Walker has been appointed
magistrate for Cross Hill township, in
place of Mr. Simmons who lately re
signed. Mr. Walker had the endorse
ment of the Laurons delegation in tho
legislature and his appointment Is gen
erally agreeable to tho people of Cross
DEATH OF F, B. 150 LYN I).
Prominent Citizen of Mt. Gallagher
Capt. F. B. Boland died at his home
in tho Mt. Gallagher neighborhood
last Thursday. He was a popu'ar ahd
highly respected citi/.en and a gallant
veteran of tho Confederate Army. He
was the step-fathor of Messrs, James
and Plnkney Jones.
Capt. Boland's death will be widely
regretted in tho county and his lo?s
will be deeply felt by a large circle of
Nat ire To Subscribers.
For somo roason or other subscribers
toTiiK Advertiser have been slower
In paying their subscriptions this fall
than ever boforo in tho life of the pa
per. Meanwhile the cost of producing
the paper is no less than heretofore
and many expenses are hoavior. The
nrospect is discouraging. The ad
vertiser therefore hopes that the
many whoso subscriptions aro due will
be prompt to send their money or bring
it. Nothing would give greater pleas
ure than to furnish a froe paper but it
is absolutely Impossible.
Those who wish to have the Somi
Weekly News and Courier and. The
AdvertisbR?threo papers a week?
can get them through THE Advrr
tiser for $1.50 for both papers. If.
Cares Blood, Skin Troubles, Cancer,
Blood Poison. Greatest Blood
If your blood Is impure, thin, dis
eased, hot or full of humors, if you have
blood poison, cancer, carbuncles, eat
ing sores, scrofula.eczema, itching, rle
ings 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 led, aches
and pains stop, the blood Is made pure
and rich, leaving the skin frte from
every eruptions and giving the rich
glow of perfect health to the skin. At
the same time B. B. B. improves the
digestion, cures dyspepsia, strengthens
weak kidneys. Juat tho mediclno for
old people, as it gives them now, vig
orous blood. Druggists $1 per large
bottlo wlih directions for home cure.
Sample free and prepaid by writing
Blood Balm Co., Atlant), Ga." Describe
trouble and special froe medical advice
also sent. In sealed letter. B. B. B. ia
especially advised for chronic, deep
seated cases of impure blood and skin
diseases, and cures after all olso fai's.
Sold In Laurens by B. V. Posey.
When you can own your own home
with the same money?
The Piedmont Savings and Invest
ment Company will enable you to do
Instead of Paying Rent for years
and owning nothing at the end of the
term the property Is yours,
Meanwhile, you have had the home
from the first?with tho motive to im
Owning one's homo docs more to
make an independent man than any
A man with little or no property finds
It hard to borrow and build.
Such men this company provides
There are hundreds of working
men in this town paying rent on
houses that are not cosy and comforta
ble, thoy have no conveniences, that
are not kept up and that are not im
proving in value.
Lots in Laurens are cheap. These
same men, with tho rent money they
are paying, can all own homes In
which they will tako pride and which
will grow more valuable each year.
The Piedmont Savings and Invest
ment Company is not a building and
loan association. Why? Because the
contract is certain and definite. The
borrower knows to a day when his
debt will be due. Moreover the rato of
interest is lower.
W. W. BALL and M. L. COPIOLAND
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
The regular annual meoting of the
shareholders of the National Bank* of'
Laurens, S .C.,will be held at tho Bank
ing houre of said Bank on tho second
Tuesday in January, 1904, bel?g the
12th day of the month.
Jno.' Aua. Barksdai,e,.>^
R. H. Welch.
A. C. Todd.
Johnstone Welch & Todd
Will Practice In all Courts, State and
Federal. Office, Law Range.
tdT Money to Loan at reasonable in
Laurens, S. C. _
W. C. IRBY, Jr.,
Attorney at Law.
Will praotlce in all State Courts.
Prompt attention given to all busihess.
t? im 11 iMwa-iBgaMSW^^a^w^wway^^^saMBissas^BaaBaw^MaBr*
Money to Lend.
Oa first mortgage of improved farms.
Sasy terms. No commission. Borrower
pays only actual oxpensos of loan.
C. D. BARKSDALF,,
Pains in the Back
Aro symptoms of ft weak, torpid or
stagnant condition of tho kidnoya or
livor, and are a vvi ruiog it is extremely
hazardous to ! Sgl? 1 ho important
is a healthy ncti>;.-i ci these -organs.
They aro c anmonly ntt< tided by losa
of energy, lack of courage, and eome
times by ; ! >my foreboding and de
"i bad p:. . in my ' ?ca,coutdftoC sleep
and when I y,oi tip ia t:i*? mornlnq felt
worse than tlv nlant l < f >ro, I began tak
ing Hood's nppri?u .".!:?.? now -I c:ui
sleep and net ui) f< elliiK rested arid able to
do my work. J attribute my cure entirely
to Hood's Our nparllln." Mas. J. N. Pkrby,
core U. H. Copi land, Pljjo ItonU, .Via.
Cure kidney and livor troubles, relieve
the back, and build up the whole system*
FARMER OF YOUNGS
William Glenn Killed Himself Thurs
day Night by Taking Stryckulue?
The Third Attempt.
News wa9 rocoived hero Saturday of
the suicide of William Glenn, a farmer
of Young's townehip, Thursday night.
It is stated that be took strychnine and
died from tUfl^lYects and that he had
recently made two other attempts to
end his life. Ho was about 50 years
A COMMON ERROR.
The Sumo Mistake is Made
by Many Laurons
It's a common .error
To plaster the aching back,
To rub with liniments rheumatic
Whon the troublo comes from tho kid
Doan's Kidney Pills cure all kidney
And are endoreod by Laurons citizens.
Robert Sexton, wheelwright and
blacksmith, of 202 Laurons Street,
says: ''I can recommend Doan's Kid
ney Pills for what they did for me.
They cured mo of a very severe case of
backache from wh'ch I had suffered
greatly and could find no relief. A
nasty dull aching across tho lions bolh
ored mo day and night, and when
through wi'h tho business car?s of the
day to go to bed and get a good night's
sleop was something I had not been
able to do for a long timo. Tho secre
tions from the kidneys gave me trou
blo, were dark colored, strong and full
of sediment and disturbed my rest at
night on account of their too frequent
action. I used numerous medicines and
wore plasters without beneficial re
sults. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills ad
vertised I went to the Palmetto Drug
Oo.'s Store and got a box. The change
for the belter was noticeable almost at
onco, and since using two boxes of
them according to directions my back
has not ached, the secretions have be
come normal and I do not have to get
up at night at all. I feel fifteen years
younger than I did before I used Doan's
For sale by all doalors. Price ?0
cents, Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
N. Y? Gole agonts for the United
Remember the name?Doan's?and
tike no substitute.
Many Mothers of a Like Opinion.
Mrs. Pilmer, of Cordova, Iowa, says:
"One of my children was subject to
croup of a sevoro type, and tho giving
of Chamborlain's Remedy promptly,
always brought relief. Many mothers
in this neighborhood think the same as
I do about this remody und want no
oth'ir kind for their children." For
sale by Laurens Drug Co.
Our Now Discovery is sold by W. W.
Dodson, Laurens Drug Co. and Youngs'
Pharmacy under an absolute guar
antee. Price $1.00.
For Salb,?Splendid fsmilv horso,
tboroughbrol Jersey cow, Berkshire
pigs and Essex sow.
Dr. W. H. Dial.
For sal--Pino and oak lumber and
pino and oak wood. Call or write to
J. II. Davis, Clinton, 8. C.
For Rknt-Splendid double olllces,
south-west corner publlo square.
W. H. Dial,
WANTED ~ Persimmon. Doffw?K>d
Hickory and Holly L iga. Freight paid
on carloads. Jamas Cockshotfcy Chir
lestjn, S. C.
Dr. Chas. A. Ellett,
Persons having business with
the (Supervisor will And him or his
clerk in the Office Mondays and
Fridays of oaoh week.
H. B. Humbert, Sup. L. 0.
CUT THlfc OUT.
Take this ad to WILLIAMSON
The Jeweler and get 5 per cent
discount on all Watches, Dia
monds, Jewelry, Cut Glass and
Silverware bought of him within
next 60 days.
Beautiful White Teeth.
Easy enough if you
use the right helps.
THESE EOIt INSTANCE:
A Guaranteed Tooth Brush re
placed if the bristles come out
stamped, "Laufens Drug Co." on
the back only 25 cents.
A tube of Enthyuol tooth paste. Will
not scratch the enamel. Dentists
recommend it. 25 cents.
IF YOU CAN'T COME?TELEPHONE.
Telephono whothor you can come or
not, we'll servo you just as prompt
Our telephones are bore for service,
not for show. And there's a de
livery boy hero for quick delivery,
not because we like 'to have him
Sales agency for "Huyler Candy."
Laurens Drug Co.
Goods Delivered rhoneJ75.
You can get Hardware that does and Hardware that
doesn't wear well. The clement of durability enters into
Hardware just as much as it does into clothing or shoes.
We make a point of selling hardware for hard
wear. We aim to give you durability and service.
We have to keep some of the kind that doesn't wear
well, but we prefer the other kind and put our best efforts
into selling it.
"The Best is Always the Cheapest."
BROOKS St JONES
Now in Simmons' Block.
Why order a Sewing Hachine when you can buy thisDrop=head from
people you know for $18.00 with a TEN YEAR Guarantee?
Same Machine with plain cover only $15.00. Remember wc sell Needles for all Sewing
Machines. Can furnish any part and piece for any Sewing Machine made.
sJ. O. O. FLEMING & OO.
Trirniinirtra"WTi?Brii i r; ? * iTTrmrwin
? To Cur? a Cold'in Om Bay
Take Laxative Brom? 0ui?ineT?!>ieta.^e
Seven Million boxes sold In cast 12 months. Tills $?P?X28?U2*?| ^ ?'
?n Two Days.
Seven Minion boxes sold In past 12 months.
By virtue of a Decree of the Court of
Common Pleas in tbo case of William
C Irl y, Jiv. Executor, Plaintiff, against
Nanoio M. Irby, ot. ai., Defendants, I
will sell at public outcry to tho high
est bidder, ab Laurens, U. H. S. C, on
8a'esday In January, 1004, being tbo
4tn'dny of the month, the following lot
of land: All that lot of land in the City
of Laurens, bounded by Harper Street
on the East, Academy Street on tho
North, Chestnut Street on the West,
and lands of the estate of E. M. Calne
on the Mouth, containing 23 acre*, be
ing the home place of the late J. L. M.
8aid premises will be sold in lots, tho
size, boundaries and descriptions of
which oan be had of me after tbe 10th
Ins?,. Prospective bidders will be shown
over tho premises at any time.
Terms of sale?One-third cash, bal
ance in two ?qu?l annual Installment*.
Dialing eight per cent interest, and
secured, bv bond of purchaser and
mortgage of promises; with leave to
purchaser to pay his entire b'd in
o* o,>. Purchaser to pay for papers.
WlI-mam C. Iruv, jr ,
For No Man.
The following seeds are for Present Sow
ing. We have Crimson Clover, Red Clover,
Alfalfa, Burr Clover, Beardless and Bearded
Barley, Blue Stem and Currolls Prolific
Wheat, Rye, Vetch and Rape.
OUR IS EW
FOR HOLIDAY HUNTERS!
What better suggestions for the Woman or Man looking
about not knowing what would be acceptable
Holiday Presents? Our Holiday sales includes such
a variety of styles and prices it will be easy to
select something to your purpose and at
the amount you intend to invest.
LOOK EARLY AND OFTEN.
We want people to look; we ask them to look. It is the care
ful, discriminating buyers that we seek most, for when we
gain their custom we have it for good. Holiday time
is a trying time. The matter of choosing Gifts is
a worry to all of us. Seeing helps the choos
ing, and we ask everybody to see what
we carry. Take all the time you
want, make all comparisons you
like. We have gifts for
every member of your
family, at prices that
will make a little
money go a
w. w. Dodson.
^1 ARE LOOKING ?
FOR YOUR ORDERS
COLUMBIA LUMBER ft MFC CO.
;; , couiHtiiA s.c. , ...;
Now is jhe Time to Dose Stock.
.'.WE MAMB A SPECIALTY OF.
International Stock Food Company's Products
. WHICH HAVE A WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION! .
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
Use in Time! Prevent Diseases!
A Small Investment May Save You Great Loss!
ONE CAR LOAD OF ABOVE JUST RECEIVED.
Onr Undertaker's Stock is Complete. Wc cany a well
selected slock of everything from
the cheapest coflin to the best Me
talic cases in cloth goods we carry
the best?among them embossed
white plush goods; also black, full
draped in cloth. A First-class Hearse
when wanted. We can furnish white
or black horses when de*sired. At
night orSunday'Phone R. P. Milam's residence or call on J. Mills
Hunter at the Balentine House.
R. P. MILAM & GO,
' W. O. KNIUHT. R.B. UADB
KNIGHT & ISA lilS,
Attorneys at Law.
CtT Will praotloe la all the Htato and
Federal Courts. 8trlot attention to all
bublness Intrusted to them.
Offloe up-stalrs, Simmons' Building,
W. Y. BOYD,
Attorney at Law.
Will praotice la all Stato Courts.
J. N. LEAK,
Offers his services to the peo
ple of Laurena ounty
I will bo at my Office every day dir
rintr the wenk, except Thursday, and
on that day also, it notified.