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GETTING IN THE WALNUT8.
/ . . .
Am. Indmtrr Thnt Cloaca California
The first English walnut orchard In
California was planted with seed from
the Los Angeles mission gardens, where
the padres had started a few tre^s with
nuts brought with them from Spain.
The undertaking was a success from
the first, and the acreage of walnuts
has steadily Increased. Tho walnut
tree's early ago of bearing, Its long life
and tho steady demand for its product
tend to mako the enterprise deservedly
Tho walnut tree begins to bear when
six or seven years old, und nothing Is
known definitely of its age limit of
bearing. Fabulous stories are told of
trees In Spain one or two centuries old
bearing enormous crops. The oldest
trees In California ore Htill bearing, hut
deductions from the short history al
ready made show that the tree Is In Its
prime from its twenty-llfth to its thir
tieth year. Fifteen hundred pounds of
nuts to the acre la a good average yield,
making seventy-five pounds the average
weight from one tree.
Tho harvest time begins about the
middle of September and lasts nearly
six weeks. The nuts begin to fall with
tho leaves, and the perfect cultivation
under tho trees leaves no chance for
them to lose themselves among clods
or weeds. The brown dead leaves
alono hide the nuts. Under normal con
ditions they drop free from the outer
husk, or hull, through Its Irregular
bursting, and getting the nuts picked
up Is a simple matter. Sometimes the
trees are well irrigated just before har
vest time to insure tho clean dropping
of tho nuts.
Boys and girls, men and women, Jap
anese and Chinese, arc all pressed into
service, and on hnnds and knees tho
great orchards are gone over, not once,
but several times, on account of the Ir
regular ripening of the nuts. The trees
are occasionally shnken during the sea
son to loosen the nuts, and before the
last gleaning tbey are "poled" to start
the very tardy ones. This Is done by
long, coarse bamboo poles, whose light
weight makes them easily handled.
In certain rural districts the public
schools close regularly for a "walnut
vacation." The help of the children Is
needed, and the children are nothing
loath to replenish their diminished
purses. Pnils, cans and gunnysucks are
scattered among the pickers, and when
the bags are full they are carried to
the drying grounds, where they are
spread out on slat trays to dry.?Itc
view of Reviews.
White Pine.?Five needles in n bun
dle; scales of cono thickened at the top.
Scotch Pine.?Two bluish green, short
needles in a bundle.
Fir.?Erect cone; flat, spreading nee
dles scattered singly.
Austrian Pine.?Two long, dark green
needles in a bundle.
Norway Spruce. ? Large hanging
cones; scattered needles point all ways.
Hemlock.?Small hanging cones; flat
Larch.?Many needles in a cluster;
fall off each year; erect cones.
Red Cedar.?Bluish berries; sharp
Arbor Vita?.?Flat branches;~ cones
few scaled, and only two seeds under
White Cedar.?Cones roundish^ with
four to eight seeds under each.
Pitch Pine.?Dark stiff needles ar
ranged in threes.?Boston Post.
She Wan Too ESnthnalaatlc.
"Teaching to me," said nn enthusias
tic young schoolmistress, "Is a holy
calling. To sow in the young mind the
seeds of future knowledge and watch
thorn as they grow and develop is a
pleasure greater than I can tell. I
never weary of my work. My thoughts
ore only of"?
"I nm very sorry," Interrupted the
young man to whom she was talking,
"that you are so devoted to your profes
sion, Miss Clara. I had hoped that
some day I might have asked you?in
fact, I called tonight?but I hardly dare
go on, In the light of what you"?
"You may go on, Mr. Smith," said the
young lady softly. "I am a little too
enthusiastic nt times perhaps."
EASY WAY TO CUBE CATARRH.
Breathe Hyomei and Kill All Catar
rbal Germs. "Money Back If It
Falls," Says Laurens Drug Co.
There is no dangerous stomach drug
f;ing when using Hyomei. The heal
og and aromatic balsams which com?
pom treatment are breathed through
a neat pocket inhaler that comes with
every $1 outfit.
In this way, the germ-killing and
health-giving Hyomei penetra'es to
the remote cells of the lungs. It'
searches out and kills disease germs in
the air passages of the head, throat and
nose, soothes and heals the irritated
mucous membrane and absolutely
drives catarrh from the system.
Such remarkable results have fol
lowed the use of Hyomei by the best
people in Laurens, that The Laurens
Drug Co. have the greatest confidence
in its power to cure catarrah. They be
lieve in it so thoroughly, that they will
give their personal guarantee to re
fund the money if It does not cure, the
purchaser to be sole judge.
This is an unusual offer and the first
time that any medicine or treatment
for the cure of catarrh h s been sold in
this way. if it cures, the expense is
trifling, while if it fails, the cost is ab
If you are fortunate enough not to be
troubled with catarrh, tell your friends
of The Laurens Drug Co.'s offer and
get them to take advantage of it.
We are headquarters for every style
and kind of flower pots and jardinieres,
plain or fancy.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF LAURENS.
Whereas, Ben Madden made suit
to me, to grant him Letters of Admin
istration of the Estate of and effects ot
the said Henry Jones, deceased.
THESE ARE THEREFORE to cite
and admonish all and singular the kin
dred and Creditors of the tald Henry
Jones, deceased, that they be and ap
Eear before me, in tbe Court of Pro
ate, to be held at Laurens O. H. S. O.
on the 31st day of March, 1904 next,
after publication thereof, at 11 o'clock
In the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why tbe said Administration
should not be granted.
GIVEN under my Hand, this 14th
day of March Anno Domini 1904.
O. G. THOMPSON,
1. P. L? O.
AMOXI OUR FRIENDS.
Mr, Earle Babb of Merna was in
town a day or so during the past woek.
Mr. L. E. Henderson, a young farmer
of Rapley was In the city Friday.
Mr. A. 0. Todd paid a professional
visit to Greenvillo Thursday.
Mr. N. B. Dial was a visitor to Wash
ington, D. C,several days of last woek.
Mr. Butler Richardson of Cross Hill
was a Friday visitor to the city.
Mr. j. I. Young was a visitor to Lau
rens last Wednesday. Mr. Young is a
leading farmer of Jacks township.
Mrs. James P. Dillard ar.d Miss 1)1
lard of Tylersvlllo were In the city
Col. G^o. S. Mower, Senator from
Newberry, was in the city profession
ally one day last weok.
Col. T. B. Crews attended a meet
ing of the State Executive Conrnrttie
in Columbia last week
Mr. Samuol Bolt, a good citizen, re
presentative of a good community?
Rabun Creek?was in town Friday.
Mr. Arthur L. Hughes, of JachiD,
formerly bookkeeper and salesman for
Mr. M. H. Fowler has accepted a sim
ilar position with Mr. J. C Owings.
Mr. T. B. Jones, a progressive citi
zen of Waterloo, gave The adver
tiser a call while in town Wednes
Hudgens Br.s., with W. D. Frank",
foreman have begun t'.e building of a
modern seven room residence On Fast
Main Street for Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Mr. W. S. B.ckman, of Atlanta, has
succeeded Mr. Thornton as manager of
tho Standard Oil Company's business
here. Mr. Thornton has retu nod to
his former home, Elberton, Ga.
THE MINISTER'S WIFE.
?he linn Her Trlala nml Sorrows, bat
\i-.o iior Reward.
The minister's wife exercises tho
statesmanship necessary to maintain a
well ordered and cultured home on a
small income?a home constantly un
der Inspection by the whole parish.
She sets a fashion In becoming dress
which tones up the taste of many of
her parishioners whoso husbands' In
comes are two or three times as largo
as the minister's salary. She Is tho
pastor and the actual head of the too
numerous women's and children's or
ganizations in the church, and she man
ages to keep aiost of the Jealousies of
their lenders from coming to tho sur
face. She listens sympathetically to
the confidences of the young -women of
the congregation, and the small wed
ding fees which occasionally fall into
her lap nro meager wages for all tho
time and thought she has given and
the teas she has served to bring about
these wcdittngs services ''Which bcr_
neighbors may laugh at, but which are
the most delicate and valuable of all
ministries when they issue in happy
She knows the pains, the Joys and
the sorrows of motherhood, and she has
strengthened the courage of many a
shrinking wife faltering on tho thresh
old of an unknown realm. When she
has closed the eyes of the darling of
her heart in the last sleep she goes
out to cheer weary watchers by sick
beds and to give her silent sympathy
to mourners who will not be comfort
ed. She holds her queenly way In pov
erty, trial and not seldom under un
kind and unjust criticism, and as she
grows older a light radiates from her
patient face which moves discerning
friends who otherwise would pity her
to any, "Verily, she has her reward 1"
We are showing an usually good se
lection of couches and bed lounges, vel
our and leather coverings in tho very
latest patterns. Prices will interest
S. M. & E. H. Wilkcs.
For a long time the two year old
child of Mr. P. L. McPherson, 59 N.
Tenth St., Harrlsburg, Pa., would
sleep but two or three hours In tho
early part of the night, which made it
very hard for her parents. Her mother
concluded that the child had stomach
trouble and gave her half of ona of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets.which quieted her stomach and she
slept the whole night through. Two
boxes of these tablets havo effected a
wonderful cure and she is now well and
strong. For sale by Laurens Drug Co.
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Everybody knows that it is the greatest
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suffering humanity. Dhnaso germs of
every description flea before it?they
cannot stand the contact. We haVe
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What is more we will give you a writ
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TRIBUTES TO WIVES
WORDS OF TENDERNESS UTTEREi)
BY GREAT MEN.
Tiic lloiun >?.<? 'I'liiit Tom Hood I'ald to
the i'ftrdivr <>r 111* Sorrow* and
Jo>'r?Jriin I'nul lllchter'a Initiat
ed I'rulae at Caroline Player.
Pew great ineu bavo paid more en
thusiastic trlbutcfl to their wives than
Tom Hood, and probably few wives
have better deserved such homage, says
tho Chicago Chronicle. "You will
think," he wrote to her in one of his
letters, "that I am more foolish than
any boy lover, and 1 plead guilty, for
never was a wooer so young of heart
and so steeped In love as I, but it Is a
love sanctified and strengthened by
long years of experience. May Cod
ever bless my darling, the sweetest,
most helpful, angel who ever stooped
to bless a man!-' lias there ever, we
wonder, lived a wife to whom a more
delicate and beautiful tribute was paid
than those verses of which the burden
is, "I love thee, I love tliee; 'tis all that
1 can say?"
"I want thee much," Nathaniel Haw
thorne wrote to his wife many years
lifter Ids long patience had won for
him the flower "that was lent from
heaven to show the possibilities of the
human soul.' "Thou art the only per
son in the wo.kl that ever was neces
sary to me, and now I am only myself
when thou art within my reach. Thou
art an unspeakably beloved woman."
Sophia Hawthorne was little better
than a chronic invalid, and it may bo
that this physical weakness woke all
the deep chivalry anil tenderness of the
man. And he reaped a rieh reward for
an almost unrivaled devotion in tho
"atmosphere of love and happiness and
Inspiration" with which his delicate
wife always surrounded him.
The wedded life of Wordsworth with
his cousin, "the phantom of delight,"
was a poem more exquisitely beautiful
than any his pen ever wrote. Mrs.
Wordsworth was never fair to look
upon, but she had that priceless and
rarer beauty of soul which made her
life "a center of sweetness" to all
around her. "All that she has been to
me," the poet once said in his latter
days, "none but (Jod and myself can
ever know," and it would be ditlleult
to find a more touching and beautiful
picture In the gallery of great men's
lives than that of Wordsworth and bis
wife, both bowed under the burden of
many years and almost blind, "walking
hand in band together in the garden,
With all the blissful absorption and
tender confidence of youthful lovers.
It never needed ' the welding touch
of n great sorrow" to make the lives
of Archbishop Tait and his devoted
wife "a perfect whole." Speaking of
her many years after she had been
taken from him, ho said, "To part from
her, if only for n day, was a pain only
less intense than the pleasures With
which I returned to her, and when I
took her with me it was one of tho
purest joys given to a man to watch
the meeting between her and our chil
When David Livingstone hail passed
his thirtieth birthday, with barely a
thought for such "an indulgence as
wooing and wedding,", he declared hu
morously that when he was a little
less busy lie would send home an ad
vertisement for a wile, "preferably a
decent sort of widow," and yet so un
consciously near was his fate that only
a year later he was introducing his
bride, Mary Moffat, to the home lie had
built, largely with his own hands, nt
Mabotsa. From that "supremely hap
py hour" to tho day when, eighteen
years later, he received her "last faint
whisperings" at Sbupnnga, no man ever
had a more self sacrificing, brave, de
voted wife than the missionary's
daughter. In fact, they were more llko
two happy, light hearted children than
sedate married folk, and under the
magic of their merriment tho hard
ships and dangers of life in the heart
of tho dark continent were stripped of
all their terrors.
Jenn Faul Uichter confessed that ho
never even suspected tho potentialities
of human happiness until he met Caro
line Mayer, "that sweetest and most
gifted of women," when he was fast
approaching bis fortieth year, and that
he had no monopoly of tho resultant
happiness is proved by his wife's dec
laration that "Richter is the purest, tho
holiest, the most godlike man that lives;
* * * to ho the wife of such a man
Is the greatest glory that can fall to a
woman," while of his wife Richter
once wrote, "I thought when I married
her that 1 had sounded the depths of
human love, but I have since realized
how unfathomable la the heart In
which a noble woman has her shrine."
Which usually commonceg with cold
in head, Hay Fever, rapidly infects tho
mucous membrane of the throat, and
leads to graver complications, unless
promptly attended to. We rocommond
King's Saivaparilla internally to purify
the blood, and direct treatment wlih
Dr. King's Catarrh Remedy (adoucho
comes with each bottle). It gains a
foothold from which It is hard to dis
lodge. With treatment of these two
medicines any ordinary oaso will yield
quickly?Ihe very worst cases will be
greatly rolieved. The price, $1.00:
three for $2.50, and guaranteed. Sola
by Palmetto Drug Company, LaurenB,
W. Y. BOYD,
Attorney at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts
Promptattention given to all b tisiness
Every Fire Insurance
Policy I Issue is
backed by many
NO POLICIES RETTER.
Here Is Why.
Liverpoo', U. S.
Co., Maine, about
Canada, U. S.
I think this assures you of protection.
Let me write you a policy.
A. C. TODD,
Stylish Spring Shoes
Fashion says ''Oxfords for Spring and Summer wear." Russet leather will again
be in vogue. And of course we've a full line right down to date. The newest shapes,
the finest leathers, all sizes.
Our "Dorothy Dodd" Shoe is a prime favorite with women. Lots of new styles at
$2.50 and $3.00.
$1.50 and upward will buy reliable ladies' Shoes here?the most possible value for the
"Crawford," 'Korrect Shape" and "Florheim" Shoes for men are Tall leaders. Every
popular leather. All modern shapes. Prices uniformly low.
Strong, Reliable Work Shoes, #1.25 and $2.50.
Those Men's Suits.
At #10.00, #11 00 and #12.50 are going like hot
cakes. Never saw such remarkable value offered for so
little money. Everybody is delighted?even the people
most difficult to please are being suited here to perfection.
Suits as low as #5.00, and from there up to swell
styles at #20.00.
The Boys Shout
With delight at the sight of our neat, nobby suits, and
the parents' hearts are lightened of a heavy load when
they learn the little prices?only $1.00 to #5.00 for short
Most remarkable values in all Spring goods. We know
we can save you clean cash on every purchase. Let us.
J. E. Minter & Bro.,
LAURENS, S. C.
THREE PAPERS EACH WEEK
For ONE Dollar.
28 PAGES A WEEK
THE REPUBLIC is the Great Democratic Paper of St. Louis.
The World's Fair is soon to open in St. Louis. The
National Democratic Convention meets in St.
Louis this year.
Each Week an Agricultural (4) Page Supplement is Sent Out
with The Republic.
All this goes to uew subscribers to The Advertiser, including
Tim Advertiser, for $1.00 a year, and to old subscribers
to The Advertiser who pay up one full 12
months in advance from date.
This is Campaign Year in Laurens.
YOU Ought to take your County Paper.
Would you live in a county without a paper? Then at least pay
a dollar a year and take one with The St. Louis
Republic thrown in.
P. S. The Advertiser, The News and Courier and The
Republic one year for $[.50.
SPRING OPENING FROM TAPP'S.
Wc have the grandest stock of New Spring Goods ever
brought to the Carolinas. You won't see the best in styles if you
dont see/what TAPP shows. Especially do we call your atten
tion to the magnificent array of MILLINERY we have. TAPP
LEADS IN HAT STYLES. I
OUT-OF-T?Wi^CTJSTOMERS ORDER BY MAIL.""
To our out-of-town customers we wish to state that special
sales-people have been detailed to take care of your orders, and
from the time they are received till we express the package the
most careful attention is given your wants. We are building up a
wonderful mail order business simply because aside from having
the proper goods at the most attractive prices, we take such good
care of the orders sent us. Let us have your orders at once.
Beautiful Messaline in a good run of colors, 20 inches
wide, very handsome, highest sheen. Special Easter
Sale price, the yard, $1.00.
Brocaded Peau de Soie, handsome and stylish, in
white and a good run of colors. Easter Sale price, $2.25.
27-inch India Silk, black, white and all colors, good
for Shirtwaist Suits. Easter Week price, 49 cents._
* SinRYWAISl~LJ^NsT^-Fine line of ColoreTshirtwaist
Linens in all colors in different width stripes, 32 inches wide. The
color is the best, washes well. Sold formerly at 39 cents yard.
Special reduced price, the yard, 29 cents.
Fine 36-inch plain Linen in blue, pink, red and black. Spe
cial Easter Sale price, 25 cents.
Our showing of Tnble Linen cannot be equaled in the State.
You should see our fine 72-inch wide German Damask that
bleaches perfectly in two washings. It is the heaviest and best
shown at 75 cents the yard. Easter Sale price, the yard, 59 cts.
We prepay freight, mail or express on all purchases within a
radius of 600 miles of Columbia amounting to $5.00 and over.
THE JAMES L. TAPP COMPANY,
Columbia, S. C.
HOW 15 THE COTTON MARKET?
Throughout commercial circles for several months past this
has been an oft repeated question.
There arc those who are specially interested in the price of
spot cotton ; others in the manufactured goods, and it is to the
latter class that we attempt to make reply.
There is a marked advance on certain standard makes in
heavy Domestics, but the prices lnve not advauced in proportion
to the figures paid for the raw material.
Beside the light-weight wool goods just received, we open
choice lines in White and Colored Cotton Fabrics, WHITE MER
CERIZED WAISTINGS in exclusive designs, dainty colorings
in various weaves in printed LAWNS.
On last September we bought our WHITE INDIA LINONS.
These we offer far below present market value. The new lines of
Hamburg, Lawn and Swiss Edgings
must be seen to be appreciated. They are all open for this week.
If you are not ready to purchase, come and inspect them for
future consideration. Very respectfully,
W. G. WILSON & CO.
makes the hair arrow, stops falling hair, curia
dandruff. Will not darken blonde 1
One bottlo will convince you that It is the most
wonderful hair tonic on tho market.
At Druggists, 15,40 anri 75 Cents a Bottle
(Uy mull, 6 cents extra fot pOSlngO.)
Your druggist will secure ii for you within 'J4
hours If you deposit the price with >o;i. t
BEAL -STREIT CO.
79-81 CORTLANDT ST., - - :NBW C
Druir Sales Co , Chicago. General . vies A| 3
For sale locally l>y
Laurens Drug Store.
COLUMBIA, NEW BERRY
AND LAURENS R. R.
Charleston, Greenville, Colum
Schedu'c in Effect January 10, 1004.
Eastern Standard Time.
S. A. L.
Lv Cllnlen (l)'nnor) .2 l"> pin
Lv Cross Hill. 3 08 pm
Lv Greenwood.3 B?l pm
Lv Abbaville. 1 00 pm
Lv Elbcrton. -r> 2.*i pin
Lv Athens. 0 35 pm
Ar Atlanta (via S A L). 8 20 pm
Lv Allautii. 8 !J0 pm
Ar Chattanooga. l oo am
Ar Nashville. 0 40 uni
Ar Evansville. .1240pm
Ar .st Loui*.7 !?"> pm
S A L.
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Lv Athens.10 ;>'?'> am
Lv Elberton. 12 00 in
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Lv Cress Hill.1 .'?2 pm
Lv Clinton.2 15 pm
Ar Clinton. . 2 15 pm
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Lv Sparenburg.12 Olpin
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Ar Laurons (Dinner)... .i. l 30 pm
C A W C.
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Ar Greenville. 3 25 pin
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Ar Waterloo. 2 20 pin
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No. 22 No. ?1
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l.v Newbsrry.... 7 05 pin 12 13 pm
I v Clinton.. 8 80 um l 80 tun
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Lv Sumter.0 21 am
Ar Columbia . 11 00 am
Trains 53 and .'>2 arrive atu depart
from new union dop >t,
Trains 22 and 21 arrive aid depart
from Coast Line Freight Station, (?( ?
vais street, Columbia
Eor rates, time tables or further in
formation, applv to anv agent o- write
13. K. LEA I'll E ART, O. T. A.,
Bank of Columbia.
II. M. EMERSON, T. M.,
Wilmington, N. C.
J. F. LIVINGSTON, Sol Agt.
Hank of Columbia.
W. G. CHILDS, Prosid ml,
Columbia, S. O.
MRS. CRCELIA STOWE,
Orator, Kntro Nous Club.
170 Warren Avenue,
CnioAOo, I Oct. 22,1002.
For nearly four years 1 suffered*
from ovarian troubles. The doc
tor insisted on an operation as tho
only way togel weil. I, however,
Btrongly objected to an operation.
My husband felt disheartened as
well as I, for homo with a Bick
woman is a disconsolate place al
best. A friendly druggist advised
him to get a bottlo of Wlno of
Cardui for mo o> try, and ho did so,
1 began to improve in a fewdavs and
my reco' ry was\ery rapid. Witlt
in eighteen weeks 1 was another
Mrs. Stowo's letter shows every
Woman how a homo i h saddened by
female woaknes and how completely
Wino <>i C'nrdnl cures that aick
iiess and brings health and linppi
liens again. Do not go on suffer
ing, Go to your druggist today
cud ? ei io a $l.un bottlo of Wine
Thoro la onoi ifo, sure andnb^O"
lately iinrtnleia rouiody for ln?
fani's Ills, It is
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