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Before You Buy or Sell
any Kind of
Real Estate^ or Business,
Write us your wants.
J. Y. Garlington & Co.,
Laurens, S. C.
Shipment of Nun=?
nally's Candies in
Palmetto Drug Co.
THE SCENE OF WAR
Japs and Russlaus Refuse to
and Make Themselves
Tbo War news continues to be of an
uninteresting sort. Japan and Russia
are both pouring troops into Korea but
no great batt'o has as j ot taken placo.
One report is that tbo state cf tho
roads in Korea and Manchuria is so
dreadful on a'c Hint of tho Srv' 7 thaw
that it is Impossible to c jnd ,iy big
operations. Russia is said , >e ob
serving groat tocrecy it d'spo. mg of
her troops and great d .?liberation also.
The Japs build greatly on the difllculty
the Russians will have in transporting
provisions for her troop*. Japanese ad
vances from one Korean town to an
other have been reported during the
la? * week but in the general status of
tl e war there is llttlo cbange.
General Torauchl, who has b. Ta
pan's minister of war since 18o as
educated in Germany and Japa 1 nnd
GENERAL MA6ATAKE TEnAUCUI.
was vice head of tho Japanese board
of. strategy during the Chi no- Japanese
The spring session c f Enoree Presby
tecy met last night with the First Pres
byterian Church in Gaffnf y. Rev. Robt.
Adams and Col. J. W. Ferguson of the
First Church and Rev. Mr. McLin of
the Todd Memorial Church went up y? s
terday afternoon.They were joined here
by Dr. W. P. Jacobs, President Thorn
well Orphanage; President A E. Spen
cer of Clinton College, Rev. Thos. B.
Craig, of Fountain Inn, Mr. Rutledge
Fuller of MountviUe, Mr. E. P. Milani
of Lisbon, Mr. W. J. Copoland of Rocky
Springs and Mr, L. C. Dorroh of Gray
TELE SYSTEM NEEDS SOME
Sort of a tonic in the spring time.
This lack of energy and "tired feeling"
is a common ailment at this season.
Perhaps you have in mind some Spring
Modicino yon would like to take. If
you cm get Dr. King's Iron Tonic Bit
ters, take that ? don't hesitate. No
cure, no pay. By PaMmetto Drug Co.
ATTENTION, DEMOCRATS I
For the purpose of re-organizing the
.Democratic party of Laurens county, the
several Democratic Clubs are hereby re
quested to meet at their usual places of
meeting, at 2 o'clock p. m., on the fourth
Saturday in April, being the 23d day of
the month, (except as to tho Laurens
and tho Clinton Mills olubs, the former
of which will meet at 8 o'clock p. m.,
and the latter at 5 o'clock p. m., instead
of at 2 o'clock) to reorganize by the elec
tion of a Presiden*, Vice President, Reo
retary and Treasurer, and an Executive
Committee of three or more members, an
enrolling committee of three or moro
members and an Excoutivo Committee
At same time and place the Clubs
will elect Dolegatca to a County Conven
tion which is hereby called to meet at
Laurens C. H., on tho first Monday in
May next, being the 21 day of the month,
said Convention to elect Delegates to a
State Convention. The basis of Club
representation in the coming convention
is one delegato for every 25 members or
majority fraotion thereof.
The Presidents of the several Clubs
are admonished to take duo notice of
above call and to send full delegations to
By order of
G. P. Smith,
Democratic County Chm'n.
CURES BLOOD POISON, CANCER,
ULCERS, ECZEMA, CARBUN
Robert Ward, Maxey's, Ga., says: "I
suffered from blood poison, tny head,
face and shoulders were one mass of
corruption, aohes in bones and joints,
burning, itching, scabby skin, was all
run down and discouraged, hut Botanic
Blood oared me perfectly, healed all
the sores and gave my skin the i loh
glow of health. Blood Balm put new
life into my blood and new ambition In
to my brain." Geo. A. Williams, Rox
bury, face covered with pimples,
chronle sore on back of head, suppur
ating swelling on neok, eating ulcer on
leg, bone pains, itching skin oured
perfectly by Botanic Blood Balm
sores all healed. Botanic Blood Balm
our?s all malignant blood troubles,
auch as eczema, scabs and scales, plm
files, running sores, carbunolos, scro
uls, eto. Especially advised for all
obit Ina to cases that have reached the
second or third stage. Improves the
d gestlon; strengthens weak kidneys.
Druggists, 1. To prove it oures, sam
\ p'e of Blood Balm sent free and pre
paid by writing Blood Balm Co., At
lanta, Ga. Describe trouble and free
medical advice sent in sealed letter.
Bold in Laurens by B. F. Posey.
\A lazy liver makes a laaj man. Bur
dock Blood Bitters Is the natural, n\>v
or\falling remedy for a la?.y liver.
AMONG OUR FRIENDS.
Mr. J. C. Wafsin of Tumbling
Sboa's was in town Sa'urday. ,
Mr. Elarvey Poole, of Union, w.is in
tbe city ealesday.
Mr. John M. Wool, of Princeton,
was in tnvn Monday.
Sa'osday was a quiet occasion. Th'.ro
were no sales by publ'c o111lo!.s
Mr. J. L. Fleming of Lau ford was In
the city yesterday.
Mrs. It. W. Davis, ol Fountain Inn, is
visitiDg her brother, Dr. It E. Hughes.
Hon. W. R. It'choy visited Columbia
Numerous friends arc delighted to
see Captain Ducket out ugain, after
several days' sickness.
Mr. J. S. Machen, who has been quite
6ick for tho pist two Weeks, is improv
Mr. Lawsrn H. Wilson, ? f Cross'
Anchor, was a visitor to tho city Mon
Rev. M. C. Compton, paster of tho
Second Baptist Church is quite ill at
his home hero.
The Clinton Colicgo ball team was
badly wors'ed in a gamo with Fur man
In Greenville Good Friday.
Mr. J. L. Chapman of Austin, mem
ber of the County Board of Registra
tion was In town Moaday and Tuesday.
Mr M. Tighe, formerly private Sec
retary to the late Senator J. L. M.
Irby, was in town Monday.
Messrs. William Stewart and A. B.
Stewart, leading citizens of tbe upper
part of the county, were in town yes
terday from Jachin. .
Dictator L. G. Balle will represent
Laurens Ledge No. 1,502, Knights of
Honor, In the Grand Lodge, which
moots in Columbia April 20.
Mr. Fletcher Ballentine of Spartan
burg Is spending awhile in tho city
with bis brothers, Messrs. Iroy and
Mrs. L. E. Burns has been very ill
with typhoid pneumonia for several
days. Her condition is more favorable
today and we hope she will soon re
To the Members of the Lycoum:?
By direction of the Southern Lyceum
Bureau we havo been c impelled to
change thi date for Hon. G. A. Gear
bart to April 15th. Please m*ko this
change on your tickots and havo your
seats reserved for this attraction on
Coupons held for tho attraction ihat
failed to appear, will not be good for
B. L. Jones.
THE DEATH PENALTY.
A Ifttle thing sometimes results in
death. Thus a mere scratch, insigni
ficant cuts or puny bolls havo paid the
death penally. It Is wise to havo Buck
len's Arnica Salvo ever handv. It's
tho best Salve on earth and will pre
vent fatality, when Burn?, Sores, Ul
cers and Piles threaten. Only 25 cents
at Laurens Drug Co and W. W. Dod
Laurens Township Democratic Club,
Is hereby called to meet at tho Court
House at 2 o'clock Ratur Jay, 2od inst.,
for tho purpose of reorganizing by elec
ting officers for the ensuing two years.
Also to e'ect delegates to the County
Convention to be hold at this place on
first Monday In May proximo, being tho
2d day of the month.
A p:ompt and full attendance desir
able. T. B. Crkws, Chm'n.
Laurens Township Demooratio Club,
The Democratic Club No. 1 Is horeby
requested to meet in the Opera House
at 2 o'clock Saturday, 23d instant, for
the purpose of reorganizing by electing
officers, and also to elect delegates to
the Coun'y Convention to bo held nt
this place on first Monday in May prox
imo, being the 2d day of tho month. It
in hoped to have a full Attendance.
J, B. Brooks,
April 4, 1904 Chairman.
Letter to J. 8. Hunter.
Laurens, S. C.
Dear Sir: We managed to get some
fun out of paint. J U. Kohlmeyor,
Grove City, put-in-Devoe. Along came
a salesman of somebody else's p ? int. be
fore ours had got there. Salesman said
ours was short-measure. Kohlmeyor
weakened hung fire and flopped; stop
ped ours nnd took his.
It was our turn now. We emptied
our can into his and his into ours The
short measure paint was his, not ours;
and we kept our man.
And, ever since then, that paiot
manufaoturer gives fuU-measure; his
paint is not pure, but his gallon con
tains four quart*.
Go by tho name; and the name to go
by is Devon load-and-/inc.
F. W. Dkvob & Co.
Moseley & Roland sell our paint.
A GOOD DOCTOR
Of South Carolina said: "I have used
Dr. King's Remedies a great deal in
my practice and find that they give
perfect satisfaction to both mysolf and
pa?loots. I heartllv recommend them.
W. R. OL.ydurn, M. D."
And they still grow in favor because
they cure. Guaranteed by Palmetto
Drug Co., Lauren?, S. 0.
RAN AWAY FROM HOME.
Cores, Bunions. Warts leavo home
when Dr. King's Corn Salve gets after
them, and through it costs only 10 ots ,
is guaranteed, same as if sold for a dol
lar. That's King's way always. Sold
by Laurens Drug Co.
HEADACHE AND NEURALGIA
. CAN BE CURED.
Those distressing troubles are per
manently cured by Lee's Hosdaohe and
Neuralgia Remedy. Evsn temporary
relief is grateful, but permanent reliei
is almost too good. But the proof fol
lows: ^' ... _ _
Burial of Mrs. Malinda Crews.
The body of Mrs. Mullnda Crewp,
widow of tho lato J >s ph Crows, whoso
death occurred in A 'hin tu 1 ist Wedoos
day morning, was bro 'ght lice 1?\ :<hi"
af.ornoon f.r burial. An ini're?s!ve
service wns Lei 1 nt t!io co ? oto-y, coo*
ducted by Rev. J K. McC in, assisted
by Rev. W. B. Dancan. Mr. McCain
was tho former pistor of the deceased
and in rocp"mso to the request made
just 1 efore Mrs. Crewsdi d, this go d
man of God camo up from lVosperiy
expressly t<> hold the service, 'lhe r< -
mains were brought vii Sparenburg
and wera accompanied by Mr. J. Ad un
Crews, wife and daughter of Spart- n
burg, Mr. Cburlie Crows and tl>tcr,
Miss Louie Crews of Atlanta tu d Mrs.
Ko?a Whitehuret and daughter of Chi
Kxeurslou to Urconwuod Was Success.
The children of lhe graded schools
er joyed a holday Good Friday, and ft
number of them joined Mr. J. A.
Muddon's excursionists la a vis: t to tho
Connio Mcxwell Orphanage, Green
wood. Mr. Madden is In charge of the
school at Ekom, this county, at
present, but has toeu teaching fjr
year*, and this excursion to Green
wood, which ho conducted, he arranges
annually for tho benefit of his own pu
pils ar.d tho children of tio county
generally, Two coacho* wore ft 1 led
when tho train pulled out of Laurens,
and at Madden'* and othor stations tho
crowd was considerably augmented.
A very delightful day was spent. Tho
party returned ab nit 10 o'clock Friday
K. of P, Delegates.
Messrs. M. L. Nash and H. Terry,
past chancellor commanders of Lau
rens Lodge No. 43, K. of P., were
chosen Monday night as delegates to
tho Grand Lodge, which meets in
Greenvillo Wednesday, May 18. Rov.
W. B. Duncan acd Dr. H. It. Aiken
wero elected alternates. Tho torm of
Deputy Grand Chancellor J. S. Ma.
chen having expired, Past Chancellor
M. L. NaFh was nominated as his suc
Hon. S. J. Simpson, of Spartanburg,
has been Invited by tho Daughters of
the Confederacy to deliver tho address
on Memorial Day. Crosses of Honor
will be presented on this occasion to
tho veterans who have not yet received
NOTHING EQUAL TO CHAMBER
LAIN'S COLIC AND DIARRHOEA
REMEDY FOR BOWEL COM
PLAINTS IN CHILDREN.
"Wo have U3ed Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in our
family for years," siys Mrs. J. B.
Cooko, of Nedorlands, Texas. "We
have given It to all of our children. We
have used othor medicines for tho same
purpos*, but njverfound anything to
equal Chamberlain's. If you will use it
as directed it will always cure." For
salo by Laurens Drug Co.
MR. REED MILLER,
Who will sing for Benefit of Laurens Library at Opera House to-night.
Admission, 50 cents.
An Old FcfVorite
By ,|i\me.f Montgomery
IOHT Is the tlmo for rost:
How sweet, whon lnbora close.
To gather round nn aching breust
The curtain of roposc,
i Stretch tho tired limbs, and lay the head
Down on our own delightful bed!
Night is tho tlmo for dreams:
The gay romance of life,
When truth that Is, and truth that
Blend In fantastic strife;
Ah) visions lofts beguiling far
Than Waking droamb by daylight are!
Night la tho time for toll:
To plough tho cIobsIc field,
Intent to find tho burled spoil
Its wealthy furrows yield;
Till nil la ours that sages taught,
That poets sang, ind heroes wrought.
Night la tho ttmo to weep:
To wet with unseen tears
Those graves of Memory, where Bleep
The Joys of other years;
Hope?, that wero Angela at their birth,
But died whon young, llko things of
Night Is the tlmo to watch:
O'er ocean's dark expanse.
To hall the Pleiades, or catch
Tho full moon's earliest glance,
That brings Into t)ic homesick mind
All wo havo loved and loft behind.
Night Is tho time for care:
Brooding on hours misspent,
To seo the Bccptcr of Despair
Come to our lonely tent;
Like Brutua, midst hla slumbering
Summoned to dto by Ciesar'a ghoat.
Night Is tho time to think:
When, from tho eye, tho soul
Takes (light; and on the utmost brink
Of yonder starry polo
Discerns beyond the abyss of night
Tho dawn of uncreated light.
Night Is the time to pray:
Our Saviour oft withdraw
To desert mountains far away;
So will his follower do,?
Steal from the throng to haunts un
And commune tliere alono with God.
Night Is the time for Death: $
When all around Is peace,
Calmly to yield the weary breath,
From sin and suffering cease,
Think of heaven':; bliss, and glvo the
To parting friend.;;?such death bo
Happenings Around the Mill.
Jake Crosby, from Clinton, was in
town la&t wcok.
Mrs. Bully Walker is very iiok at
Old Mrs. Adams is also very s'ek.
Several wont from this plaea to
Greenwood Friday ; among them Pat
Snoddy, Jim Snoddy, Jobu Franks,
Arthur Pinson, Luther Br;'ggr, and
Miss Clara Hawk'ns.
The Co'toi Mill store has begun tho
use of eh- cks again. Thev are a great
convenience to the people as well as to
the clerks and bookkeeper a* tho store
Mr. Smith, of Winutboro, S. C,
has taken charge of the spinning here,
and Mr. Koon, who was bore a year or
so ago, ha* charge of the spinning room
at Watts mills.
Mr. Walter Sbock'cy, who lias been
lixrng looms at tho LMdla mill, has
moved bao'i to this pluci.
Mr. K. M. Gardo went 'o Clinton Fri
Mrs. Paul Wiggings ha) boju sick for
a few days.
Rev- M. C. Compton is very sick at
Mr. Will Brown, mschlnis*, and
Davo Godfrey, carder, from Cbnton,
woro in town Saturday.
Dave Kdwardi Is back at this place
Asbury McSwaln lias accepted a posi
tion in tho machine shop at Anderson
A very beautiful service was held at
the Second Methodist Church Easter
Sunday. Appropriate recitations wore
given by thechildren, after which Rev.
J. G. Huggin gave a good talk 0:1 tho
"Stain of Sin."
J. D. Moore and family went to Clin
Mr3. W. O. Jones, of Greenville, is
visiting hor mother at this place.
It's tho little colds that grow into big
colds; th j big colds that end in con
sumption and death. Watch the little
colds. Dr. Wood's Norway Pino Syrup.
THROUGH THE STATE.
Mrs. Susin L, Franklin, of Now
ber-y, was given a verdict for $25,000
against the Southern Railroad In the
Court of Common Pleas la Greenville
last week. Mrs. Franklin sued for
$50,C00 damages because she was in
sulted while on a Southern train, be
tweon Greenville and Atlanta, a year
SCIATIC RHEUMATISM CURKD.
?*I have been subject to Fciutic rheu
matism for years," says E. H. Wal
dron, of Wilton Junction, Iowa. "My
joints were stilT and gave me much
pain and discomfort. My joints would
crack when I straightened up. 1 used
Chamberlain's Pain Balm und have
been thoroughly cured. Have not had
a pain or ache from the old trouble for
many months. It is certainly a most
wonderful llnimont." For sale by Lau
rens Drug Co.
Our March business was great in volume, but gratifying as this is, we are not satisfied. Wo want our April business to
eclipse all past records. One thing we want the trade to note: We can give you the GREATEST STOCK of
Dry Goods, Millinery, and Shoes
to select from that you probably ever saw in Laurens ; and we have prices that will astonish you. No matter what you want
in DRESS GOODS, from a nice printed Batiste at 5c to an elegant Silk at $2.25 per yard, you will hud it here. We realize
that all permanent success must be built on true merit, and we want to say that while we give you the lowest prices, we also
give the highest quality.
Our Great Dress Goods
Department is full of the newest from the looms of
the world : Imported Chantilli Laces, for dresses, Imported
Dress Silk Net, Imported Grenadines, Imported Net
Voiles, Imported- Crepe de Parie, Imported Crepe de
Chene, Imported Peau de Crepe.
Our Millinery Department
Contains copies of the newest models from Paria and
London, and like all other departments of our big store,
our prices here will impress you.
Our Grand Wash Goods Department.
Is teeming with the most exquisitely beautiful in
in both colored and white goods.
Pretty Figured Batiste in short lengths at 4c
Figured Batiste, Full Pieces , 5c
White Dot Dress Swisses 8c to 50c
Beautiful Figured Batist.
Dot Swisses, Mulls and Crepe de Chene 8c to 35c
Fine Shirt Waist Dress Ginghams, Beau
tiful styles 7 1-2 to 25c
Special While They Last.
Sheer White Lawn 5C
Simpson's $ Percales 5C
4-4 Bleached Homespun, soft finish, worth 10c, at 8c
Ladies all-linen Handkerchiefs 5C
A Great Assortment R & G Corsets
In Girdles, short
Batiste and ventilated.
and medium length Corsets in
All the new styles and materials.
A Great Line Oxfords
In ladies' and children. Kippendorf, Dittman Co.'s
Oxfords in our line in all the new cuts and all guaranteed.
Ladies' Oxfords 5octs to $3.00; Children's Oxfords 50c
Remember, to buy from us means to buy from the largest assortment; to get the Best Goods ; to get the Lowest Prices.
Make yourself at home with us when in Laurens. No trouble to show goods.
O. B. Simmons Co.,
LAURENS, S. C.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
Whereas God In his choice Provi
dence has seen fit to remove from earth
to heaven Bro. G. Henry Jordon and
whereas, the same was instrumental In
tho organization of Princeton Baptist
Church and at one time an earnest
worker in Church and Sunday School.
Therefore Be It Resolved ?
1. That in the death of Brother Jor
dan, wo feol that we havo lost a true
brother and tho cause of Christ an
2. That a page in our Minute Book
bo inscribed to his memory.
3. That a copy of these resolutions be
sent the family of our deceased brother
and to the Baptist Courier aud county
papers for publicition.
Done by order of Princeton Bap'.ist
Rev. 1. E. MeDavld,
Jas. H. Machen,
M. B. MeGuen.
Gray Court News.
Gray Court, April 4.?Tho pupils
of our school departed from the custom
of running away on April Fool's Day
last Friday and with tho toachors and
a good many of tho patrons they en
joyed a splendid picoic. Led by Mrs.
Jon?s the whole school sang "T.intlug
on tho Old Camp Ground" and "Dix
With Mrs. Jones at tho organ, Clyde
Curry and Archie Willis with their
guitars, Prof. Jones, Willie Owings,
Henry Yeargin and Frank Dorrob with
harmonicas several selections were
Mrs. Martin, an aged lady, mother of
A. W. and J. W. Martin, died at the
homo of her son, J. Wistar Martin on
last Friday and was buried in tho ceme
tery hero on last Saturday.
Mr. Cosey Anderson of WolTord Col
lego and his sister, Miss Bertha An
derson, who ia teaching at Whilmlres,
S. C., accompanied by her friend, Miss
McLood, visited the family of Rev. J.
F, Anderson last Friday and Saturday
Misses Eula Check and Lucile White
were at hon^e from Gaffney for Easter.
L, C. Dorrob will represent Dorrob
Church at tho mooting of Eaoree Pres
bytery at Gaffney this week.
MILLIONAIRE'S POOR STOMACH.
The worn-out stomach of tho over
fed millionaire is often paraded in tbe
public prints as a horrible example of
tho evil attendant on the possession of
great wealth. But millionaires are not
the only ones who are alllioted with bid
stomachs. Tho proportion is far more
among tho toilers. Dyspepsia and in
digestion are rampant among these
people, and they suffer far worse tor
tures than the millionaire unless they
avail themselves of a standard medi
cine like Green's August Flower,
which has been a favorito house-hold
romcdy for all stomach troubles for
over thirty-live years. August F.owor
rouses the torpid liver, thus creating
appetito and insuring perfect diges
tion. It tones and vitalizes tho entire
system and makes life worth living,
no matter what your station. Trial
bottles, 25 c; regular size, 75 cents. At
ONE CENT A WORD.
FEED FOR COWS.?Car of fresh
cotton seed hulls, just received.
J. H. Sullivan.
WrANTED?You to know 1 havo a
li nr. Spanish Jack stationed at Gray
court this season. Fee, $10.03.
D. D. PEDEN,
Gr ay court, S. C.
If you want any more fertilizers you
should eee Mr. E. W. Copeland at once,
as he cansunply you.
Just received, a lot of Terry's "Cot
ton Bloom" planters. Beat planter on
tne markot, Call and get one before
they aro gone.
J. II. Sui.mvan.
NOTICE.?I will be at the Standard
Oil Company's plant, in Laurons, Tues
days and Saturdays, from 7 a. m. to 5
p. m. W. S. Bkckman,
April 5th. Agont.
FOR SALE?A Baruain.?For sale,
a piano in good condition ; every key
will sound, and not an ivory is missing
from tho keys. Piano is not scratched
or abused in any way. The party who
wishes to soil It will be very reasobable
in terms. Apply for further informa
tion at this office.
TAKE NOTICE.?Tho public is pos
itively forbidden (ohunt, fish or in any
way trespass on my premises.
Mus. B. W. Bam..
SAVES TWO FROM DEATH.
''Our littlo daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchltios," writes Mrs. IL K. Havi
land, of Armonk, N. Y., "but, when
all other remedies failed, wo saved her
life with Dr. King's Now Discovery.
Our nieco, who had Consumption in an
advanced stage, a'so used this wonder
ful medicine and to-day she is per
fectly well." .Desperate throat and
lung diseases yield to Dr. King's New
Discovery as to no other medicine on
earth. Infallible for Coughs and Colds.
60 cts. and $1.00 bottles guaranteed bv
Laurens Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug
Easy to Wear.
Retains \ /No pressure on
Severest V Dips or Back,
)I<-r:.;a I I.'ounderatrap*.
I with Com tot t. I I.'ovor wovo?.
We guarantee a fit or money
PALMETTO DRUG CO.,
Laurens, S. C.
Charleston and Nashville Will Euter?
l<in Them in Royal
Two of the most Important events o*
tin yoar are tho State and Gmoral
Reunions of Confederate Vetonns,
Which will come off this year In May
and Juno. ChapLston will have th i
honor of entortiinlng the S.a'.e lt>
unioD, which is announced to take
plaee May 17th, 18th an 1 19th. The
18 Ii of May however is tho date fixed
for tho -Stiti Democratic Convention
and it is possible that the d.ito of. tho
reunion will be changed so as no1, to
coTilict with the convention as it's ve?y
probiblo that some of the vc cams will
wish to be present at both. Charleston
extended a splendid ho.p'.tftllty to all
the old vets of th i South in '09 and b
goes without say In at tint they will b)
handsomely received again.
General Stephen !>.Tj e, who is, sine?
Getioral G >rdon's death, tho head of
th3 United Confederate Vetorans, has
announced that tho general reunioi
will bob >ld in Nashville, Tennessee,
Juno 14th, 15th and IGSh. N ishvllle oa
tertaiued tho voter-am In 18D7 m>st
royally,as those who wont from Laurens
will reoall, and all who p >ssibly can
Will probably arrange to go again.
Tho railroads will make special rates
for both reunions. Its impossible to go
to a reunion without having a good
time, the vets are always* In such high
feathor and we hope they will go in
force this year.
OUR GU A RANTEB
You will not know how much bettor
thj new "Cliftou" is than other Hour
until you try It. That every housekeep
er in this seeti >n may feel free to try
it, we agree that her grocer m iy send
her a sack w;th the understanding that
she can u-.c three bakings out of it
without Its costing her one cent , if it
does hot prove the best Hour in tho
market. N'o house keeper can afford
not to try thoiuw "Clifton" with such
aguarautee. Bransfotd Mills.
Eczema, scald head, hives, itchiuess
of the skin of any sort, instantly re
lieved, permanently cured. Doan'a
Ointment. At any drug store.
Attention ! Camp Garlingtou, U. C. V.
Camp Garlingtou, U. C. V., is hereby
called to meet at this plaie on Satur
day, April l(i:li Instant, a*. 11 o'clock,
a. m. Delegates are to be elected to
both the General Reunion and State
Reunion?the former to be held in thn
city of Nashville, TenneBoe, June 14, 10
and 10, and the. latter in Charleston,
May 17, 18 an 1 19.
Among other important buslllOlS will
be the elect!on of otlicers for tho ensu
To be entitled to vote an i a badge,
each member is oxpooted to pay bis an
nual dues, 25 cents .
A prompt and fu'l attendance is earn
T. Ii. CREWS,
B. W". Lanford, Adjt, Cotnman i< r.
April 5, 1904.
A CASE OF IT.
Miiny More Like it in
The following case is hit oao of many
similar oceurlng dally in Laurens.
It is an easy matter to verify its cor
rectness. Surely you cannot ask for
Dotter proof than* such a conclusive
G. W. Wallace, general broker, of
in Laurens St., residing onGarlington
St., extended, Rays: Dean's KiJuey
Pills bonc(itt''d me m >re greatly than
any othor remedy 1 over used. I suf
fered from backaohe for months at a
time, so severe at times as to almost
lay me up. A sharp pain would strike
me right across tho small of my back
once in a while that would make mo
almost yell right out. Tho kidney
secretions wero very dark in color,
full of sediment and very annoying
from thoir too frequent actions, par
ticularly at night. I tried a number
of remedies but without rolief until 1.
went to the Palmetto Drug Co's store
and got a box of Doan's Kidney Pills.
On taking them I experienced a change
for tho bitter a most Immediately.
Tho backacho soon left mo, the kidneys
bocamo normal and regular so I could
go to bed and sleep all night and arisu
in tho morning foeling tested and re
For salo by all dealers. Price SOj'.s.
Foster-Mllburn C>.. BiiTalo, N. V,
so o agents f >r th i United States.
Ltemomber tho name? Doan's?and
tike no substitute.
See thosa dainty leo Cream Cups, Ina
Tea Tumblers, Finger Bowls, and Wa<
tor Pitchers, just received.
S. M. & K. H. Wilkos.
Boauliful Panama Huts, all grades
of str tw and felt hats uro now ready
for your inspection.
Davis, Kopcr & Co.
Wo aro showing a beautiful deco
rutod Opal Sugar and Creams that arc*1
worth 25 cents each, but you will lind
them on our 20 cent counter.
S. M. & E. H, Wilkes.
Belts, Hosiery, Gloves and all tho
latest things in Nuilons.
Davis, Roper & Co.
MANTELS.?Wo soli you a solid Oak
Mantel, piano polish finish, French
plato mirror, for loss money than you
can have ono madoout of pino; full
line of in*plo in rtio^k to so.ee from.
We al>o havo a beautiful lino of Tilo
and Grates. It costs you nothing to
see our lino; it will save you money to
buy our llnct
S. M. & 0, II. Wilkes.
A LOVE LETTER.
Would not interest you if you're
looking for a guaranteed Salvo for
Sores, Burns or Piles. Otto Dodd, of
Ponder, Mo. writes: "I suffered with
an ugly soro for a yoar, but a box of
Buoklen's Arnica Salvo cured mo. It'a
the bist Salve on earth. 26 cents atk
Laurens Drug Co.