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Before You Buy or Sell
nny Kind of
Real Estate, or Business,
Write us your wants.
J. Y. Garlinoton & Co.,
Laurens, S. C.
Shipment of Nun
nally's Candies in
Palmetto Drug Co.
Veterans Will Attend Both lie
unions Miss Octavfa Heliums
The veterans of Camp Garlington
Number 501, Col. T. B, Crews com
mander, mot on Saturday for the elec
tion of offlo?rs and doiegates to the
State and General re-unions.
All the old officers wore re-elected as
Col. T. Ii Crows, cammandor, J. M.
Hudgene, lieutenant commander; T. J.
Duckett, second lieutenant commander;
W. A Mc01iotock,third lieutenant com
mander; B. W Lsnd'ord, adjutant; S.
D. Uarllnglon, quarter-master: Dr.W.
C. Irby, surgeon; Rev. J. D. Pitts,
chaplain; Judge O. G. Thompson, oftlcor
of the day; J. P. Dlllaru, sergeant
commander; J. H. Copeland, treasurer.
Col. T. B. Crews, Messrs. J. P. Dil
lard and J. II. Copoland were elected
delegates to tho State re-union to be
held in Charleston the ]8th, of May.
Messrs. J. O. C, Fleming, J. S.
Druramond and T. B. Crews will repre
sent tho camp at Nashville In June.
Miss Octavla Hellams, daughter of
Mr. John R. fiel hum or Dial's and a
most attractive young lady, has been
appointed by Col. Crows sponsor for
Camp Garlington and will accompany
the veterans to Charleston.
Affairs in the Far East.
There have been no thrilling de
velopments in the Eastern situation for
the past week. The Japs are massing
troop9 in Cores, the Russians in Man
churia . No great land engage
ment has as yet taken- placj. The
Russians have not succeeded in re-en
forcing Port Arthur and things still
look favorable for Japan.
Laurens Pensioners (Jet $6,624*02.
Clerk of Court Bolt was busy Mon
day writing out checks for the 269 pen
sioners in Laurens county. There are
3 in class A who receive $96.00 each
8 in class B $72.00 each.
18 In class O No. 1- $48.00 each.
112 class C No. 2?116.83 each.
36 class C No. 3?$48.00 each.
82 class C No. 4- ?16.33 eaob.
It will ba necessary for* those who
can't come for their money to send a
written order for it. The money is
ready for you at the Clerk's office.
Which usually commences with cold
in head, Bay Fever, rapidly infects the
mucous membrane of the throat, and
leads to graver complication*, unlets
Eromptly attended to. We recommend
:ingfs Sarssparilla internally to purify
the blood, and direct treatment with
Dr. King's Catarrh Remedy (a douche
comes with each butle). It gains a
foothold from which it is hard to dis
lodge. With treatment of these two
medicines any ordinary case will yield
quickly?the very worst cases will ba
greatly relieved. The price $1.00; three
for $2.50, and guaranteed. Sold by Pal
metto Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
They save their worth' in one year.
Better buy one, as advertised, $1.39.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
ALL TIRED OUT.
Hundreds More in Laurens
in the Same Plight.
Tired all the time:
Weary and worn out night and day.
Back aches; side aches,
All on aocount of the kidneys.
Must help them at their work.
A Laurens citizen shows you how:
Xiee Bishop, proprietor of general
store, on Mill St., Factory Hill, says:
"I can from experience recommtnd
Doan's Kidney Pills. My back and
kidneys have given me great trouble
for a long time, not only causing me
untold misery, but costing me a great
many dol'ars. There was a dull tooth
ache like pain constantly aoross the
small of my back and and alter sitting
for a bit I could scarcely get up. Sharp
shooting pain soaaet'mas ran down to
first one knee and then another, and I
never knew when it was going to
strike me. The secretions from the
kidneys were too frequent in act'on
and disturbed my rest at night so that
could arise in the morning feeling
worse than I did the night before. I
tried numerous remedies but did not
get any positive relief from anything
until I learned about Down's Kidney
Pills and procured them at the Pal
metto Drug Company.'e store. The
next day after using them I felr
better, and I continued taking
them until the kidney secretions be
came regular and normal, I could go to
bed and get a good night's rest, and
the aching in my back disappeared."
For sale by all dealers. Price 60
centa. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo.
N, Y., sole agents for the United
Remember the name?Doan's?and
take no substitute.
THE PRETTY GIRL
Is fond of pretty jewels.
The sensible man looks
for the establishment
where he can get the best
Jewelry for the least
Our Jewelry is the best,
it is new? new in manu
facture and new in de
sign. It won't cost a cent
to look at what we have.
AMONG OUR FRIENDS. f
Col. j. C. Boyd of Greenville was Id
the olty Saturday.
Mr. A. M. Aikon Is tho guest of his
son Dr. H. K. Alken.
Mr. M. H. Hunter of Ora was in town
Mrs. Arthur Ewbanks of Greenville
Is tho guest of Mrs. J. I), l'itts.
Mr. R. F. Bryeon, a prominent busi
ness man of Clinton was in town Sat
Mr. M. j. Owing* wont up to Spar
taoburg last Thursday to attond the
celebration of Founder's Day
Capt. Alex MoBee of Greenville
spent a few hours In tho city Satur
Mr. A. J. Hollingsworth was in town
from Renno, looking after business
Mr. M. j. Owings has purchased the
new cottage In Brooklyn owned by Mr.
C. A. Senn.
Miss Blanche Clardy visited Dr.
Austin and other relatives at Coronaca |
Mr. j. H. Babb of Babbtown, a good
friend of The Advertiser, was in
Miss Ola Blakely has accepted a posi
tion as stenographer In tho office of
Simpson & Cooper.
Dr. O. Y. Owings, of Columbia, spent
8unday In the city visiting his sister,
Mrs. R. P. Mtlam.
Mr. j. M. Fleming, president of the!
Lantord Oil Mill Company, was In the
A delightful danco was given by the
German Club last oveuing to the young
lady visitors who are in town for tho
Mrs. Rosa Caine and Mis9 Eliza|
Caine have returned f om Baltimore.
Miss Eliza Caino is improving rapidly
after a recent severe illness.
We are glad to soo that Major M.
H. Ferguson is out aftor a severe at
tack of grippe.
Mr. Virgil White, ono of the coun
ties' best citizens was in town Friday
from Owings Station.
President O. B. Simmons of the Bank
of Laurens attended the State Bankers'
Association in Spartanburg this weok.
County Superintendent of Education
Brooks left Monday to attend the South
ern Educational Conference in Birming
G. P. Smith and R,. S. Tcmpleton
represented the local Junior Order of
American Mechanics In the State Coun
cil, which met in Rock Hill yesterday.
Mrs. H. K. Aiken returned yester
day from Charleston, whero she has]
been spending several weeks with rela
Mrs. W. M. Norwood and Miss Grif
fie Dorroh of Greenville are In tho city
to attend the wedding to-day of Dr.
Ferguson and Miss Vance.
Mr. I.eland G. Frieraon, formerly of
this city, but for the past several years
of Jacksonville, Fla , is in the city on a
Mr. J. P. Little, post-master at I
Clinton, was In Laurens on business
Prof. E. R. Aycock, principal of the
Clinton Graded Schools, was in Lau
rens for the County Teachers' Asso-1
Mrs. Jesso Teague has gone as a dele
gate from the Helping Hand Circle,
King Daughters, of Laurons t> the
State Convention of the Order, which
is in session this week at Rock Hill,
Mr. Less Y. Moore and wife were|
up from Columbia a day or so last wet k,
visiting Rov. B. P. Estes. Mr. Mooro
is a popular conductor on theSouthorn,
running from Columbia to Greenville.
Mr. W. T. Vance, a prominent citizen
of Clinton, has been stricken with
paralysis and hope of his recovery is
doubtful. Mrs. G. 0. Albright, a|
daughter, and Mrs. Dr. Irby, his sister,
are at hie bedside.
Rev, W. B. Duncan, pastor of the
First Methodist Cburco, whose ser
vices are always much in demand, at
the invitation of the managing editor,
will contribute somo special articles to
The Daily Advocate, which is to be
published at Los Angeles, during tho
sitting of the General Conference of
the Methodist Church, whioh meets
May 1st and continues in sossion a
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bob) have re
turned from Louisville where Mr. Bobo
has been taking a course at the Baptist
Thoologioal Seminary. Mr. Bobo's
health is somewhat Impaired and he
has come home for a rest, expecting to
return to Loulavillo as soon as the sem
lnary reopens. At present he and Mrs.
Bobo are boarding with Mrs. Bowen on
South Harper street.
A ^lowing Well.
The flowing artesian well at Holmes'
8prlngs attracts considerable Interest.
The water has a strong flavor of sulphur
and many people who are drinking it
daily dedare the benefits simply won
derful, lathe past week or so hun
dred a of Laurens people have visited
the well, and gallons and gallons of
the water have been carried away. No
doubt it is a fine mineral water.
Beautiful neckwear, correct shapes,
proper shades and best grades.
Davis, Roper & Co.
It'a the little colds that grow into big
olds; the big colds that end in con
sumption and death. Watch the little
odds. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup.
AT FIRST Fl ESBYTKRIAN CHURCH.
Miss Lillio Vance and Dr. Frank Fer
guson wlli 1)0 .Married at Noun.
Th* marriage of Miss Li Hie Gray
Vance and Dr. Frank Ferguson of
Greenville will bo solemnized in the
First Presbyteriau cburoh at twelve,
thirty today, Rev. Robert Adams per
forming tho'cercmony and Miss Eliza
beth Todd presiding at Iho organ
The wedding will bo characterized by
every appointment which will tend
to rondor it beautiful. Tho church
will be decorated wi' 'ich taste und
a half dozen lovely h In exquisite
toilets will attend tl. bride Tho
bridesmaids will be Misses Crlfllo Dor
rob and Agnes Miller of Greenville,
Janie Ferguson of Piokens and Laura
Vance of Clinton. Mrs. William K.
Hanks of Columbia and Miss Carrie
Boss Vance, sisters of the bride, will
bo Damo of Honor and Maid of Honor.
Dr. Andrew Wardlaw, of Greenville,
will ho host man, and Merrsr.-. Young
Vance, of Columbia, the -'do's broth
er, Tom Davis, J. J. 'wain nud
Douglss Jenkons, of Gre. ivllle ushors.
Mrs. Carrie W. Vance, the bride's
mother, will give an elegant luncheon
t> tho bridal party.
The brldo of today is the second
daughter of Mrs. Carrio W. Vance and
tho lato S.W. Vance and Is a most
charming girl, with numbers of friends,
who regret (hat hor marriage takes
her away from Laurens.
Teachers' Meeting Last Saturday.
The rogu'.ar meeting of tho County
Teachers' Association was held in tho
Court Bouse Saturday morning Two
important school topic?, "Dofective
Classification" and "Rural Sehoo's,"
woro freely discussed at length by the
Chairman, Prof. W. P. Culbertion,
Hon. W.O. Irby, Prof. (i. L, Pitts,
Prof. T. J. Pyles, Supt. Brooks, B. Y.
Culbertson, W. Y. B-jyd, Esq., and
others. Those present at tho meeting
in addition to lbs ones named above as
liking a part in the proeeodingo wore:
Miases Lucy Sloan, May Mnddou, An
nio Shanklin, Pinkio liitos, Alice Mc
Carley, Vaughn Gritton, Pearl and
Sara Sullivan, Profs. L. D. E.ledge, J.
A. Madden, and Mr. L. M. 1>. Young,
Trusteo Rock Bridge School.
Eczema, scald head, hives, ltchlness
of the skin of any sort, instantly re
lioved, p rmanently curod. Down's
Ointment. At any drug store.
Money In It.
It pays to u?o our "Cllftoi" Hour,
It pays becauso it make) more^nicH1
better bread and biscuit?more deli
cious, wholesomo cake and bread ?
than any other kind of Hour over milled.
One 6ack proves it. Get a sick and
know the facts.
T. N. BARKSDALE,
m. B. Fowler, .
OUR NEW DISCOVERY
Is not an a'.ehollc stimulant which
do?3 good "only" for the .timo being,
but it is nature's remedy. olTecting a
speedy and lasting cure by cleansing
tho blood from all impurities, such as
Itching Skin, Pimples, Eczema, Mood
Poltob, and it is a positive cure for all
Nervous Troubles, Heart Troubles,
Hackacho, Rheumatism, Droosy, Kid
ney anl Bladder Troub'e?, Fever Hiid
Ague and Female Diseases. Trice $1.0U.
For sale by Tho Laurons Drug Co.,
Dr. W. W. Dodson, Laurons; Youngs'
Pharmacy, Clinton; Dr. J. H. Miltor,
Notice to Landowners.
All Landowners in Laurons County
a-o horoby given notice that streams
running through their premises must
be cleaned out by tho 1st day of May
next, as provided by law. Streams not
so cleaned will be cleaned a* tho ox
penso of tho owner
H. B. Humbert,
Supervisor, L. C,
March 28, i00i-4t.
To Meet Monday.
Tlio machinery has been put in mo
tion. The township Democratic clubs
reorganized Saturday. Next Monday
the County Conventlm meets In the
Court SOUS'}. The election of eight
delegates to tho SttftS Convention in
Columbia will bo the or. io! business of
the county meeting.
Oil to the Festival.
Laurens will send as usual a number of
visitors to theSpartanburgMus'oFesti*
val which begin? ou ght. Amongthoee
who will go aro Mrs. J II Sullivan,
Mrs. W. E. Lucas, Mrs. T. F. Jones of
Cray Court, Col. and Mrs. II. Y. Simp
son, Misses Josephino Mintor, Marga
ret Young, Ida F.lllfor and Lll Harris.
A Beautiful Home Wedding.
Miss Ruth Irene Benjamin and Mr.
Walter I. Gay were married at tho
homo of the bride's father, Mr. L. T
Benjamin, near Clinton, on last Thurs
day evening. Rov. E. 0< Watson per
formed the ceromony. Misses Ola
lllakely, Alice Little, John Benjamin
and J. Reed Todd wero tho attendants.
Immediately aft. r the ceremony Mr.
and Mrs. Cay lefc for their homo at
Now is the time to ?et tho best lamp
made for tho 8mall sum of $1.31).
S. M. & E. U. Wilkes & Co.
Wo wish lotters sent in by Saturday
afternoon, unless other instructions are
given. News is crowdod out by coming
Camphor vs, Moth,
A wise man guardeth against the future by making
sure his winter wear is packed away securely for the
summer?or his wife does.
Protect your furs and woolens from invasion by the
moth. Camphor balls will make them moth proof,
We sell Camphor Balls and insect exterminators.
DODSON'S DRUG STORE.
Save Your Fruits and Vegetables
R1ALTO CANNING OUTFIT.
Easy to operate, Durable and Price Within Reach of All.
This is what practical people say of this machine :
Laurens, S. C, April 8th, 1904.
Mr. A. B. Crisp, Mountville, VS. C.
Dear sir?Three years ago I purchased a Rialto Canning
Outfit and I can cheerfully recommend it to any one wishing to
buy as one of the very best, simple and easy to use with success.
I would not be without it for double the price. I have canned
enough peaches, beans, corn and okra each year to pay for it.
Very respectfull, Mrs. John F. Bolt
Clinton , S. C, Mar. 14, 1904.
To all whom it may cunCern :
This is to certify that I have used "Rialto Canning Outfit"
(or the last season and regard it very excellent and all that is nec
essary for a small outfit. The work done with it last season
proved entirely satisfactory and I would not be without it.
Respectfully, J. B. Parrott.
Carroll, S. C, Mar. 17, 1904.
Mr. A. B. Crisp, Mountville, .S. C. :
My Dear vSir:?I bought of your father, four or live years ago, a
,'Rialto Canning Outfit," and to say I am well pleased would not
express fully the worth and merit of the machine. I do not think
any stove room is complete without one, as it enables any house
keeper to put up all the vegetables and fruit that they may need
to supply the family and seme for market.
Yours truly, W P Turner,
Mountville S. C, R, F. D. No. i, April 2, 1904.
To whom it may concern :
This is to certify I have used 'iRialto Canning Outfit" for
past twoyea.is, and cheerfully recommend it to all fruit and veg
etable growers in need of a first-class canning m ichine. I would
not be without it. Very respectfully,
Mrs. A. R. Holmes.
For further information write or 'phone me.
Yours very truly,
ARTHUR B. CRIvSP,
April 18, 1904. Mountville, ?S. C
Many Visitors und Things Stirring us
Miss Sara Davlp, accompanied by
Miss La Borde, came up from Colum
bia Saturday to vi?lt Mrs. John Davis.
Miss Saiiio Wright will epend this
week with her Rlstor, Mrs. Homer
Todd at Kock Hill.
Mrs. C. M Bailey left on Monday for
au extended visit to relatives in Geor
gia. She will bo Matron of Honor at
the marriage of her brother on Wed
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Copelaud havo
moved to their country home for tho
Mrs. Press Little visited her son in
Columbia last week.
The young people onjoved an infor
mal danco at G'opalatid's Hall on Wed
Mi?. J. A. Bailey h. Tuesday for At
lanta. She will bo absent sovoral weeks.
Mr. J. W. Copeland of S,tate8vilh', N.
0.| spent tho first of last wook In town
having some improvements made on
his block of stores.
Mrs. M, P, McCormlek, who has re
cently returned from China is visiting
at tho Orphanage and gavo a very in
teresting talk to the Ladies Missionary
Society on Sunday afternoon.
Miss Camille Yanco was hostess on
Friday afternoon to the Aotaeon Book
Club. After an hour spent in discuss
ing the now books, delightful refresh
ments wero served.
Mrs. Almon Spencor will visit In Co
lumbia for several days this week.
Dr. irby and Mr. R. P. Jones of Lau
rens were in town Sunday.
Ml 3 Mollie Maason roturned on Fri
day from a e'uorb visit to Mrs. Fair Uu
ford's at Kinards.
Mrs. J. W. Bailey returned homo
Tuesday from an extendod visit to Ten
Dr. and Mrs. J. Dlllard Jacobs will
arrive in town Wednesday to visit rela
tives for a week or ten days.
Mr. Boke Smith will represent tho
Presbyterian College at tho oratorical
contest in Greenwood on tho 29th inst.
Mr. George Young is improving vory
rapidly from his stay at Stomp Springs.
Dr. J. J. Boozer's many friends are
glad to hear of his recovery.
An addition Is being made to the
building occupiod by tho Southern
Mr. J. W. Bailey and son Cyrus wero
in Hendersonville from Saturday until
SAVES TWO FROM DEATH.
"Our little daughter had au almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchitioa," writes Mrs. H, K. Havi
land, of Armonk, N. Y., "but, whon
all othor remedies failed, wo saved her
life with Dr. King's New Discovery.
Our niece, who had Consumption in an
advanced s'.ago, a'80 used this wonder
ful medicine and to-day she is per
fectly well." Desperate throat and
lung dlsoases yield to Dr. Jting's New
Discovery us to no other medicine on
earth. Infallible for Coughs and (..'olds.
50 cts. and $1.0;) bottles guaranteed by
Laurens Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug
Boars tho /Q The Kind You Hate Always Boujjhl
ONE CENT A WORD.
Wanted?To buy yoke of well
broken steers. G. C. Wat. j,
Wantkd?A man to sell Sewing
Machines and colloct on accounts. Ex
perience is not nocossary. All wo want
is a man who is not afraid to work. Ad
Tho Siuger Sowing Machine Ofllco,
Greonwood, S. C.
Wantkd?To soil white single comb
Leghorn and Silver Laced WyandoUos
$1.00 tho setting, 15.
J. N. Leak,
4t Lanford, S. C.
WANTED-You to know I havo a
line Spanish Jack stationed at Gray
court this season. Fe?, $[0.0.1.
D. D. PEDEN,
Gray Court, S C.
To Fit the Man.
AT ALL POINTS
of the compass?North, South,
East and West?
ARE THE Bi:ST.
They are made of the finest trouserings
from the most reliable mills.
The low price puts them within reach
of every purse. 10 cents a button, $1.00
a rip. Auk for
Fit the Foot.
New Styles in
ONO PRICE STORE.
NEWS OF WORLD. g
Judge Charles H. Simonton died in a
hospital in Philadelphia, on Monday
morning, the 26th. Judgo Simonton was
a distinguished jurist and South Caro
linian and with Judge Goff of West
Virginia, composed the federal bonch
of tho two Carolinas, Maryland aud
Wost Virginia. Tho judgship is a
prusidcntal appoint men!, and thero is
great speculation already as to who
will get it. It is suggosted that it will
go to a republican, probably of North
Carolina or Maryland.
Letter to J. W. Jones.
L&urens, S. C.
DoarSlr: A gallon saved Is $1 or $5
earned. Devoo savos 2 or ."1 gallons In
10. TTow much is it worth a gallon?
A gallon saved saves tho painting
loo; and both together cost $4 or |5?
$1 whore labor is cheap; .jS5 where la
bor is dear.
Our agents in Bridgeport, Conn.,
Ilubbell & Wado Co.. toll us: "There
are a groat many workingmen's houses
here. Tboy used to paint lead-and-oil
and take ten gallons, Wo have boen
selling them ten gallons Dovoo lead*
and-zlnc, and havo had in every In
stance two gallons returned to them;
tho proportion is often higher than
that; wo have known it fivo In ten; but
that is exceptional.
This is the exception; Dcvoe Is
ground by machinery, and is ground
lino; load-and-oil is mixed by hand,
and Isn't ground at all.
F. W. Devoe & Co.
P. S. Moseloy & Rolaud sell our
Save your eyes, buy ono of those
lamps. They are $1.80.
S. M. & E. 11. Wilkes & Co.
Tho Lightest and FlncsL
The llnost broad is not made by ac
cident?it't made by "Cilfton" floor,
with a little care and "know how"
mixed in with the dough. The loast
skillful baker can mako good broad
with "Clifton" Hour and the export
can do wonders with it ?wonderfully
light and healthful pastry, cako and
Put "Clifton" on your list of things
you neod today.
M. II. Fowi.eu,
T. N. BARKSDALB,
In casos where ono can afford It, a
vacation is preferablo to a medicine or
tonic; but for the tens of thousands
who can tako no rest, who are ner
vously broken down, feeling dull, heavy
sensations, irregular appetite, loss of
sleep and a like of interest in everv
day atTaiiM should take OUR NEW
DISCOVEY, tho only dollar bottle of
medloino sold to-day with a written
You have hoard that old story boforo
?'ours is jnst as good." Come aud got
the best. Thev aro only $1.30.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Slippers for Ladies aud Children at
J. E. Minier & Bro.
Shoes that fit tho foot at
No use to wait they will never bo any
cheaper. Rpst lamp on tho markot as
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Now is tho time for your straw hat.
All the new shapes at $1.00 and $1.50.
at J. E. Mintor & Bro.'s
Every day is "Shoe Day" at
Tho Dorothy Dodd, Oxfords are tn
equaled for stylo aud fit comfort. All
tho latest styles $2,50 and * j.??.
J. E. Mintor & Bro.
"Something doing" in Neckwoar at
If you buy you hat at The Hub you
havo no foar about the style- Fresh
arrivals almost daily keep our Millinery
Department up to tho minute.
Dress Suit Cases and Hand-B.igs at
Newest things in Hosiery, black and
colors,gauze lislo and drop stitch, high
spliced heel and warranted fist l?c to
20c. Ths Hub.
Straw Hats at Copeland's.
If it's a bilious attack, tako Cham
borlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
and a quick recovery is certain. For
sale by Liurens Drug Co
THE DEATH PENALTY.
A Ifctlo thing sometimos rosults in
death. Thus a mere scratch, inslgnl
lioantcuts or puny bolls havo paid the
death penalty. It is wise to havo Buck
len's Arnica SaIvo over bandy. It's
tho best Salve on earth and will pro
vent fatajlty, whon Burns, Sores, Ul
cers and Piles threaten. Only 25 cents
at Laurons Drug Co. and W. W. Dod
Every Fire Insurance
Policy I Issue is
backed by many
NO POLICIES BETTER.
Here Is Why,
Liverpool, U. S.
Co., Maine, about
Canada, U. S.
I think this assures you of protection.
Let me write you a policy.
A. C. TODD,
Mrs. .Sarah E. Tomplcton died at hor
homo la this city on Saturday morning,
after boing iu ill health fur a long time,
She was the widow of Dr. II. T. Tom
ploton, who died only a few men hs
ago. Mrs. Terapleton was a Miss Trlb
bio and is survived by threo brothers
and one sister, Messrs. J. I. and L C.
Tribble, of this county, and Col. M. P.
Tr'ibble, of Anderson, and Mrs. Kitlio
Walker, of Cross Hill. Tier immediate
family consists of six childron, throo
sons and throe daughters, who have
deep sympathy in their allliction. The
burial took place at Rocky Springs
Church Sunday morning.
Mr. Henderson Martin, as tho result
of a stroke of paralysis reccved a week
ago, passed away Monday night at the
homo of his brothor, Mr. A. 11. Martin,
four miles west of the city. Mr. Mar
tin was 80 years old. He was a native
of this county, but for many years
was a citizen of Spartanhurg. His
children aro Mrs. Louis Meng, of this
city; Mrs. Mamie Babb, of ltabun
Crook; Mrs. Sue Boyd, of Sparlanburg;
Rev. Whitcford Martin, of Johnston.
Mrs. W. 13. Madden, of Greenville, Is
his sister, und Messrs. A. U. and Lewis
Martin, of this county, aro his sur
viving brothers. The funeral and
burial sorvices took place at Chestnut
Ridge Tuesday afternoon.
A peculiarly sad death is that of
Miss Laura Yeargln, which occurred
Monday afternoon at the homo of Mr.
Columbus Owings, her brother-in-law,
eight miles north of Laurens. Miss
Yeargln was tho youngest daughter of
Mrs. R. II. Yeargln, of Laurons.
Some weeks ago she wont tothcouu
try hoping to bo boneflttod by tho
change Sho was a lovable girl, whoso
many friends are beroaved by her early
demise. Tho remains were brought
here for burial at tho eity cemetory
"LET US HELP YOU TO HEALTH."
Laurous Drug t o. Want Every Catarrh
Sufferer to U?o Hyomvl and be
Statistics show that at least !?7 out of
every 100 peraons in this state suiter
from catarrh in some form.
While tho disease is one of the most
common, it is also one of tho most,
dangerous and offensive, leading to
consumption, and other diseases of tho
Prior to the discovery of Hyomei and
its introduction in this section by Lau
rens Drug Co., every method of treat
ment has heen found worthies-.
The discovery of Hyomei and its
growing popularity has already ro
duced the percent ige of those suffering
from catarrh. Tins wonderful remedy
is the simplest and most pleasant of
treatments. Put 20 drops of Hyomei in
tho pocke1; inhaler that comes with
every outfit, and breathe it for a few
minutes four times a day. Relief will
bo seen after the lir.-t treatment and a
complete cure will soon foil >w. Rreatho
the Hyomei in this way, and tho oa
tarrhal gorms even in the most remoto
air cells are destroyed. The irritated
mucous membrane is smoothed and
healed, and perfect health restored.
The Laureus Drug Co. say to all ca
tarrh sufferer-1, "Let us be'p you to
health, they aro confident Hyomei will
cure, so confident, in fact that they
guarantee to refund your money if it
fails. A complete outnt costs but $1,
and if it does not help you, your money
will 1)3 returned promptly.
Notice of Election
In School District, So. 5, Hunter
Whereas,a written petition from ono
thtrd of tho electors and a like prop na
tion of tho freeholders of the agj of
twenty-one years, residing in School
Dlst'iot No.") Hunter township,Laurons
County, has bien liled with tho County
Hoard of Education of said County,
asking th it an annual tax of two mills
bo loviod and collected on property iu
said District, to supplement the School
Knud of sa'd District, It is ordered ?
That tho Board of Trustees of said
School District shaM hold an election a".
Clinton precinct in said Dlstrict.on tho
ll .hdiyof May, A. D., 1934, for tho
purpose of deciding if skid tax sh ill bj
levied and collected.
At said oloc'.ion only such electors as
return real or personal proparby for
taxation, and who exhibit their tax
receipts and registration certificates, as
required at general elections, shall DO
allowed to vote.
At said election the said Board of
Trusteosshall actus Managers, aud tho
eloctlon shall bo conducted as is pro
vided by law for tho conduct of general
At said election ouch elector favoring
tho proposed lovy shall cast a bal
lot containing tho word "Yes" written
I or printed thcroon, aud each elector
' opposed to said lovy shall cast a ballot
containing iho word "No" written or
Within ten days aLcr 3aid election,
if tho majority of those voting shall
voto for said levy, the said Board of
Trustees shall furnish tho County Au
ditor with the statem >nt of tho amount
By order of tho County Board of Ed
u'" lion of Laurens county.
chas, i<\ Brooks,
W. M. Bryson,
K. E. BADU,
County Board of Education.
April 25, 1004.-3t.
1 t>tdns \ /N'.j prMt
l Severest V liiptor
I Hornta | Hound?i
\.villi Coroferl. I f'ovorsi
r.isy to Woar.
We guarantee a lit or money
PALMETTO DRUG CO.,
Laurens, S. G*