Newspaper Page Text
Before You Buy or Sell
any Kind of
Real Estate, or Business,
Write us your wants.
J. Y. Garlinoton & Co.,
Laureas, S. C.
to sleep in.
to swing in.
to court in.
Hammocks to hammock in from
$1.00 to $5.00.
Palmetto Drug Co.
LAURENS, ? O.. WEDNESDAY JUNE 29. 1904
COMMON l'LEAS COURT,
Convenes July 1 Ith?Judge Wage Pre
sldlug?Uontlcmen of tlto Jury.
,The following Jury was drawn Tues'
day (or the term of Common Pleas
Court whloh convenes second Monday,
July 11th. Judge Goo. W. Gage, pre
G A Fuller, Jas R Hamilton,
R P Mllam, R J McOrary, ,
W J Barksdalo, J T Klinore,
J P Cannon, H 10 Leonard,
W T Long, L H Davidson,
T P Senn, J E Wham,
Chas Clarke, N S Garret',
R R Chapman, T S Crawford,
R S Turner, J H Jacks,
W P Harris, W F Bailey,
John T Stoddard, J G Neill,
W M Deok, L B Johns?,
8 L Crisp, E W Freeman,
Joe T Todd, Jas L Neighbors,
L M Cannon, J W Ductett,
W F Wright, Hobt Abercrombie,
E T Watkins, M L Roper,
James Todd, B A Ander0on.
Mr. Todd in Charleston.
Albert C. Todd, of the law firm of
Dial & Todd, ot Laurens, was in the
city yesterday. Mr. Todd, though
young, is one of the brlghfst of tho
young men of his section of the Siato
and has a bright future, before rvia. He
was here lioklng after tomo 'hf
taut business matters and will /jjfrn
to his home this mornlag.?Now/ and
Courier, Sunday, Juno 26.
Mr. Duncan Returns From Audersou.
- Rev. W. B. Duncai returned from
Anderson Thurs'ay, where for ten
days ho assisted la a series of special
services at St. John's Methodist
Church, llu highly \*omplinient.iry
terms the Anderson Daily Mail has
this to eay of Mr. Imncan as preicher,
pastor and Christian gentlemen:
"Rev. W, B. Duncan is winning nis
way with Ande son folks who bavo
heard him preach. In 1 -aureus, where
he is pastor, he has a remarkable hold,
especially upon the young people, and
is very popular with them. Mr. Dun
can Is a manly, Christian gentleman
with a bright, clearly put and inspir
Death of Mrs. McCarley.
It was with genuine sorrow that the
large connection and many friends of
Mrs. Mary McCarloy heard of her death
Friday night last at Senaca. She was
a sl8'.er of Mr. John N. Hudgens and
Miss Rosa Hudgens, of this city,
Straw hats for everybody at,
Buck's Stoves and Ranges are guar
anteed to give satisfaction or your
money will bo cheorfully returned to
you. Sold only by
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Whlto Canvass Oxfords at,
We can show you refrigerators, ice
cream free/.ers and water coolers of
the best makes at prices that will be to
your Interest to see them before yon
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Tan Oxfords are "it" Get them at,
We can supply your wants in tho
line of extra fruit jar caps and rubbers.
S. M. St E. H. Wilkes & Co.
La Franco shoes for women at,
Knox and Hawe's hats at Copolands.
See the lino of folding go-carts which
we are showing. They are so con
structed that you can fold them up and
take them with you In your buggy or
S. M. & E. H. Wllkes & Co.
There is nothing hotter to have in
your home to entertain your frionds
with than one of Eihsonrs Improved
Graphophones which we can show you
in three different sizes. We have a
large assortment of records to select
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Mothers, hearken! wlute I tell
What will make your baby well?
"TEETHINA" cures them of all pain
And gives them rosy cheeks again.
Yes, TEETHINA overcomss and
Counteracts the effects of the Sum
mer Heat, Aids Digestion, Regulates
the Bowels, and makes Toothing Easy.
Costa 25 cents at Druggists.
John L. Balontlno's lot at Fountain
New 5 room Cottage, with one-half
acre lot, on Academy St, $709 00.
6 room house and good 2 room ser
vant's house on West Main Street.
One of the most attractive locations in
the city. $2,100.
Store house and lot at Mount vi lie,
8 room house on West Main Street.
6 room house on Simpson Street, $7.
8 room cottage on Simpxjn Street.
Also several houses for olored peo
ple, from $2.00 to $8.00 per month.
Place your property in my hands to
handlo I will save you both money
M. L. Copeland,
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS.
BwntU /i !h8 *'"rt Vou Have Always Bougfo
Mr. Alsio Miller of Atlanta, Ga.,
spent u fow days in the city this week.
All tho stores, banks and oflloes will
bo closed Monday, July 4th.
John c Davis, of Clinton, was here
Dr. J. W. Beason and wife, of Eden,
were in the city yesterday.
John W. Wham, of Woodruff, was
io L'aurens yesterday.
Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Wolff, of Alma,
spent Sunday In the citv.
Mrs. N. B. Davenport, of Cross Hill,
v. ;i In the city shopping on Friday.
Mr. R. F. Fleming, of Greenwood,
has been In the city for the past week.
Messrs. Joel and I). C. Smltb, of
Waterloo, were In town yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Featherstone
have returned from a visit to tho st,
Messrs. R. 1'. Adair and Robin J.
Copeland, of Clinton, were In th3 olty
Miss Lucia Barksdalo has gone to
Greenville and Kisley, for a ten days
Mr. R. D. Nance, one of the leading
young business men of Cross Hill, was
In town Friday.
T, R. L. Gray of Lanford was in town
Monday for tho meotiag of the County
Miss Lucy Darlington of Allendalo Is
visiting her brother, Col. Thos. D.
Miss Annie Jamieson of Newberry Is
visiting Miss Mary Todd on Main
Mrs. C. M. Miller visitod her sister
Mrs. T. F, j'bnes, at Cray Court last
Mesare. John N. Hudgens and Arthur
L. Hudgens are spending a wbllo at
Mrs. R. Y. Hellams and children, of
Grceuvlllo, are visiting the families of
Mr. L. G; Balle and Mr. J. A. copeland.
Col. and Mrs. Thos. B. Crows are yis
icing relatives at Carrollton and other
points In Georgia. *
Col. S obo D. GArllngton Is building
an olegaat cattage on North Harper
Mr. W . B. Clarke, R. F. D. Carrier
Laurens No. 2 is qulto sick at his home
in the couutry.
Messrs. C. B. Bobo, John M. Hud
gens and Rev. D. H. Owings went to
Stomp Springs yesterday for a week's
Tho Ladles' Auxilary of tho Eplsoo
pal Church will meet with Mrs. Alex
Rose at live thirty on next Wednesday
Mr. John L. Balentine Is occupying
his residence on Hampton Street,
which he rocontly Inught of Mr. M. L.
Treasuror Copeland has returned
from Stomp Spring?, where he again
spent last week, and seem* much im
proved In health.
Mr. Ed. Hart returned Mond ly from
Biddoford Maine, where he has been
spending the past several months serv
ing his apprenticeship sv a machinist.
Mr. Laurence B:>yd,'of Mou ntvllle,
was In the olty Friday. He takes spec
ial Interest In tho schools of his dis
trict, and like his private interests,
their welfare is well guarded.
Mr. D'Arcy B, Swygert, son of Mr.
Brooks Swygert, who la a student at
Olemsofi Collego, Is spending his vaca
tion, here, keeping books for Fuller,
Mrs. J. J. Sheppardnnd little daugh
ter Miss Noroum Sheppard, of Dar
lington, will arrive in the city this
week to visit Mrs. H. Terry.
Mrs. i I L. M. Irby, accompanied by
Mac, Pierce and Henry Irby and
Catherine Irby left Monday for a visit
to her brother, Rev. Allen MacFarlan
Dr. W. H. Washington, Dr. W. W.
Dodson and Mr. U. M. Miller are at
tending the annual meeting of the
South Carolina Pharmaceutical Asso
elation/which met yesterday, at the Isle
of Palms, Charleston.
Messrs. J. T. Machen, J. M. Wood,
W. H. Bagwell and M. B. McCuen, of
Princeton, were in town yesterday. As
a committee they were looking after
business matters pertaining to the
Princeton Baptist Churoh,
Mr. R. F. Fleming, Jr., was seized on
last Tuesday night with an acute at
tack of appendicitis and his condition
has caused groat uneasiness to his
family and hosts of friends. He is now
much better and his symptoms in every
way favorable. He is at the residence
of his Uoole and Aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Jones.
The ladles of the Waterloo Baptist
Churoh will give an loe cream festival,
for the benefit of the Baptist Churoh
on Thursday evening June, the 80th.
Commencing July 1st., the Western
Union Telegraph Company will Trans
mit and Receive money at this point
for the accommodation of its patrons.
O. M. Olark, Mg'r.
Be?ri tha 1 he Kind You Have Always
Brilliant Wedding at Yonngs.
On Wednesday evening, June 16, at
eight o'clock, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Mar
tin gave thoir eldest daughter, Claudia
Arlana, in marriage to Mr. Edward
Douglas Lomas, of Columbia. The
marriage took place at the home of the
bride at Youngs, in the presence of a
few friends and relatives, the Rev. Mr.
Parrott, officiating. Immediately af
ter the ceremony an elegant supper
was served. The gifts to the bride were
numerous and handsome. The parlor
where the ceremony was performed,
was tastefully decorated with cut dow
ers and pot plants. The bride was
beautiful in a gown of organdie, while
the groom wore a street suit of black.
On Thursday morning the happy cou
ple loft for a visit to tho family of Dr.
Hope, of Macon, Ga., a brotherlnlaw of
the groom. After their return they
will board at 1,618 Assembly St., Col.
umbia, S. C. Mrs, Lomas, as Miss Mar
tin, was much admired for her lovely
traits of character and kindly disposi
tion, and has drawn to hersolf a large
circle of friends. Mr. Lomas is a suc
cessful business man highly ostoomnd
by all who meet him either In a busi
ness or social way.
Your Chance Young Man, Young Woman
The County Board of Education will
hold an examination in the Court House
Friday, July 8, for app'icaots who may
desire to compete for the froo scholar
ships offered by the various colleges
in the State, which aro as follows: One
scholarship at Winthrop worth $100;
Three scholarships at Clomson, Agri
cultural department, worth $100. eaoh.
One tuition scholarship.College of Char
leston. One teachers Normal Scholar
ship, South Carolina College, worth
Marriage of Miss Barnett and Mr. Ken
Rev. J. D. Pitts returned Thursday
from Chapin, wlwo on Wednesday he
officiated at the marriage of Miss
Pearle Barnett, daughter of Mr. and
Mr. David Barnett of that place, and
Mr. James E. Kennedy, a rising youog
business man of Chapin. Shortly after
the ceremony the bridal couplo left for
a visit to the St. Louis Exposition.
Mrs. Kennedy as Miss Barnett is well
and popularly known here, the family
having resided in the city up to a few
few years ago.
Major M. II. Ferguson.
Tho Advertiser has received a long
letter frdm its valued friend, Major M ,
H. Ferguson, giving quite an interest
ing account of his recent trip to the
Reunion of the United Confederate
Veterans at Nashville. For tho lack
of space the letter is crowded out. He
gives a glowing description of the jour
ney'to Nashville and the reunion.
NOT A PATENT MEDICINE.
Hyomei, the Uuaranteed Catarrh Cure,
Prescribed by Physicians.
No one should confound Hyomei
with patent medicines that aro adver
tised to cure catarrh. It is as far
superior to them all as tho diamond
is more valuable than cheap glass.
Their composition is secret, but Hyo
rrol gives its formula to all reputable
It Is not foolish to try and cure ca
tarrh by swallowing tablets or liquids?
The only natural way to cure this dis
ease and all other diseases of the re
spiratory organs is to breathe Hyomol.
This treatment has been so success
ful, curing 09 percent, of ail who have
used It, that Hyomei is now sold by
The Laurens Drug Co. under an abso
lute guarantee to refund the money if
it does not cure You run no risk
whatever in buying Hyomei. If it did
not possess unusual powers to cure, it
could not be sold upon thi< plan.
Farmers Happy?Hall Uauio- Forsoual
I.ISHON, June 27.?Farm work is
moving on nicely. Crops uro looking
well and everybody seems to bo in
Mrs. E. F. Teague and children have
gone to Columbia.
Miss May Smith of Camdon, N. J.,
is visiting her par.jnts, Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Smith.
Mr, and Mrs. A. K. Holmes attended
proaobing at Clinton last weok.
Mrs. S. E. Dunlap is at Saluda, N.
C.| for the summer.
Mrs. E. K. Ballew of Blacksburg,
will arrive next week to spend 6omo
time witn Mrs. J. T. A. Ballew.
Prof T. J Pylos has gone to Savan
Miss Lorio Toague has gone to Ala
bama to spend the summer with her
sister, Mrs. Robertson.
Lisbon and Mountvillo crossod bats
last Saturday on tho local ileld. Tho
score stood sixtoen to seven In favor of
Uood Day at First Methodist Church.
Notwithstanding tho excessively hot
weather, good congregations attended
services at the First Methodist Church
on last Sunday. In the morning the
pastor preached on "Religious IndifTer
onco." In the evening his subject was
"The Parable of The Rich Fool." Miss
Dudley, of Montana, sang a sweet s >lo
at each service. Everything possible
is being dono to make tho congrega
tion comfortable at this Church during
tho hot weather. Tho folding doors
have been rollod back, tho pows sup
plied with Palmetto fans, etc
Miss Louise Richey and Mr. J. J.
Miss LiOuis9 Richey and Mr. J. J.
Adams were married on Monday even
ing at the Presbyterian Parsonage,
Rev. Robert Adams ofliciatlng. Tho
bride, who is the eldestdaughtor of Mr.
and Mrs. W. R. Richey, is a bright and
charming girl and a great favorite so
cially in Laurens. Mr. Adams is a son
of Rev- Robert Adams, of tho First
Presbyterian Church and Is a successful
young business man. The social promi
nence of tho young couple renders their
marriage of unusual interest, and they
have the good wishes and congratula
tions of numbers of friends.
NATURE'S OWN REMEDY.
Mi-o-na No Ordinary Remedy?Guar
antee With Every Box.
Tho unusual way in which Tho Lau
rons Drug Co , one of Laurens' most
reliable drujgists, sell Mi-o-na, empha
sizes tue fact that this remedy pos
sesses unusual merits. Tho guarantee
that they give with every packago is
plain and positive?"if Ml-o-na does
not cure you of dyspopsia, they will re
turn your money."
Mi-o-na contains remedies that
soothe and heal tho Inliamed lining of
the stomach. It helps digestion and
thuB relieves the digestive syatem of
work and strain. It gives pure, rich
blood and strengthens tho nerves, so
that the whole systom is built up and
vitalized while the dyspepsia is boing
On the special occasion of my recent
attendanco as Commissioner to tho
General Assembly of the Presbyterian
Churoh at Nashville, I was taken with
a seyere dysentery, accompanied by
great pain. Two doses of Dr. King's
Dysentery and Dlarrhooa Cordial gave
me relief and enabled me to bo in
regular attendance and participate in
the leading movemeuts of that body.
JOHN W*. MOORE,
Commissioner Mecklenburg Presby
25 conts at Palmetto Drug Co.
NEWS OF THE WOULD.
President Roosevelt last Friday an
nounced the following appointments in
hisc^bin^t, effective July 1st.: W. H,
Moody, Soeretary of the Navy, to bo
Attorney General. Paul Morton, of
Illinois, Secretary of the Navy, Victor
II. Motca'f, of California, Secretary of
Commerco and Labor.
Goo. B, Cortelyou, Secretary of Com
merce and Labor, has been selected us
Chairman of tho Republican National
Committee. Ho has resigned his oabi
not position, effective July 1.
Edward W. Kingaly Post No 118, G.
A. H., of Bos'.on, has invited thirty
promlnont ex-Con federal es to be their
guts's during tho National Encamp
ment of the G. A H. August If).
Col. James Simons of Charleston,
Uen. Stephen D. Lee and the late Col.
Jas. A. Hoyt, of Greenville, whose
recent death was probibly unknown
to them, lire of tho number.
In his annual messago to the Geor
gia Legislature now In session, Gov.
ernor Terroll recommends the estab
lishment of an Immigration Commis
sioner for the State.
Capt. R. 13. Glenn of Wlnaton-Salem
was last week nominated for Governor
of North Carolina by tho S ato Demo
Ion Pcrd'oaris aud Cromwell Vurloy,
who have boon held for ransom by Mo
roccan bandits, whose chief is Raisuli,
yjere released last Friday. Perdioaris
returned to his homo In Tangier Satur
day morning, being rcenvod by the
town authorities, the admirals of tho
fleets and many personal friends'
l-ORMER LAURENS AlAN MARRIES*
Brilliant Wedding of Mr. Dillard and
s Miss Wise in Augusta.
Mr. and Mrs. James 1*. Dillard of
Tylersvillo a'.tcndcd the wedding of
their son. Mr. John Dillard and Miss
Who in Augusta, last Wednesday.
The f illowing description of tho event
is taken from the Augusta Herald un
der dato of June 23rd:
"Lvst evening at the homo of the
bride's mother, Mrs, Mary E. Wise, on
lower Telfalr street, at 8:110 o'clock oc
curred the marriage of Mhs Mary
Elizabeth Wiso and Mr. John Henry
Dillard, tin Rev. S. It. Bolk oQloiat
ing. The wedding was characterized
by an unusual degree of simplicity and
beauty. Tho homo was most bsautlfui
in its wedding array.
To the s.rains of Mendelsshon's wed
ding ularehj rendered by Miss Annie
Cloary, nio bridal party entered the
parlor; the bride and groom were un
attended, save by the two pma'l neph
ews of tho bride, Master Chosloy Wise
and Master Willie Wise, of Orange
burg, who preceded them, bearing the
ring and white satin oushioni respect
During the ceremony soft and ef
fective music was rondered.
During her briol young ladyhoo 1
Mrs. Dillard has enjoyed an enviable
popularity. Of attractive oer sonant)
and posso:sed of an amiable disposition,
with courteous and sincere manner,
she readily wins friends and admirers.
Very cordial and Mncre a*e the
good wishes express d for Mr. a id Mrs.
Dillard in their married life
Mr. 1)111 ml, thoagh hut an Augustan
by adoption, h s male Innumor.ihlo
friends, and is favorably koown in tho
social and commercial world. He holds
a position of trust with (ho N'olaon Mor
Ths number and boauty of tho pres
ents received attest the love and esteem
in which this popular young couple are
Mr. and Mrs. Dill ml are. at homo to
their friends at the home of tin brides
mother 110 Telfalr Street.
Would q'iiokly leavo you if you usod
Dr. King's N'ow Life Pills. Thousands
ofsuffoivrj have proved thoir match
less merit for Sick and Norvous Head
aches. They make pure blood and
build up your health. Only 26 can's,
money back if not cured. Sold by L iu
rens Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug Uo
FINE YIELD OF WHEAT.
Two (tallies of Base Ball?New Stores
Cuoss Hii.i., June 28.?Tho weather
continues dry and sultry and the farm
ers are beginning to look blue.
C. V. Hipp sowed two bushels of
wheat and mado fifty-two. Who can
beat that? Mr. Hipp has gome Hue
young horses of his own raising.
Mrs. Goo"gc Hanna is spending a few
days with her sister, Mrs. Joe Todd
Cross Hill and Ninety Six played a
very* exciting game of ball Tuesday
evening. Also another Thursday eve
ning with Chappolls.
Luther Martin is in Atlanta for
Tho brick maBons are busy building
two stores for W. C. Rasor, which
when complotcd will add greatly to the
appearance of the town.
Miss Nannie Goodman spout a few
few days In Laurens last week.
Ouito a number of tho young people
attended tho Opening Ball at Harris
Lilthia Springs, Friday night.
Mrs. Oliff Babb, of Saluda, N. C,
is spending a while with her mother,
Mrs. J. G. Drown.
Mis3 Mary T. Nance has accepted
a position at Harris Springs to
teach four pupils.
Mr. and Mr*. Sara Todd and family
visited relatives In town Saturday and
John ?Miller of Whltmiro's visited
his parents last week. *?
ltev, W. A. M. Plaxoo of Clinton was
in town a few days ago.
John Dosportes was the guest of Dr.
J. II. Miller Saturday.
Di\ J- H. Withorspoon of Yorkville
came Sunday to visit his son, J. Donnon
wanted ? Good milch tow with
young calf, rich milk, good quantity
and thoroughbred Jersey. Apply to
w. B. Lucas,
Laurens, S. C.
NOTICE- Frank Bishop will soil ice
at J. V. Wallace's store cellar on Sun
days from !) to 12 o'clock.
EvOontorSi Administrators and Guar
A?o reminded that tho time for mak
ing annual returns will expire on the
30th of Juni.
O. G. TH )MPSON,
j. p. j.. c.
Juno 10, 1001-31.
SU KD BY HIS DOUTOIL
"A dootor hero has sued me for
$12 r>0, which I claimed was excessive
for a casa of cholera morbus," Bays It
Whito. of Coachella, Cal. ''At the trial
he praised his mod leal skill anil medi
cine. 1 asked him if it was not Chum
bo hin'* Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
11 >medy he us id as i had good reason to
believe It was.and he would not siy un
der oath that it was not." No diotor
could us"i a bettor remedy than this in
a case of cholera morbus. It nover
fails. Slid by Laurons Drug Co.
My daughter had beon down week
with Flux, and was very sick. i pro
cured Dr. King's Diarrhoen and Dys
ontery Cordial and cured her with (our
Handy t> have fir suiden attacks.
25 cents, sold by Palmatto Drug Co.
Headache and Neuralgia
Cured by Nervalgine. For sale by
Laurens Drug Co., W. W. Dodson and
all other Druggists.
Are necessary to a man's happiness and conter ?uicnt of
mind. vScc the other fellow for the L-ife Insurance, Y\\t for the
Foot Insurance come to us. Edwin Clapp's Fine Dollar line, and
Walk-Overs at Three and a half and Pour Dollars, are "Old L/ineiaJ
and need no introduction.
Customer's Shoes Shitted Free.
R. E. COPELAND'S
"ONE PRICE STORE."
THROUGH THE STATE.
Mr. Zach McGheo,who has been edi
ting the Spartanburg Herald for some
time, has resigned his position to take
effect July 1st.
The Supremo Court has refused to
grunt a new trial in tho case of Iloyt
Hayes, the young white man, who
was convicted of murdering his wife a
few yoars ago in Oconeo county and
sentenced to bo hanged. The Presiding
Judge at tho next term of Court at
Walhalla will sot the date for Hayes'
Tho Columbia Chamber of Comniorco
lias secured another boat, "Tho Ruth"
t> ruu between Columbia and George
town In plaeo of the "Highlander,"
which was burned last weok.
Congresmuan Wyatt A.iken of the
Third District, is being opposed for re
election by the Hon. I. II. McCalla, of
Leo Green, who was charged with
killing Abram Surasky, a Jew peddler,
in Aiken county, was triod and ac
quitted last week.
Tho gavel that will be usod by tho
presiding otlleer at tho St. Louis Demo
cratic Convention will contain a piece
of wood from every State in the Union.
This State's contribution is a piece of
wood from a South Carolina oak.
Waltor Spoarman, a 15 year old white
lad, was drowned in l'acolet river at
Georgd S. Gossctt, a Confederate
veteran, aged (>5, committed suicide by
cutting his throat, last Tuesday al his
homo at Pacolot, Spartanburg county.
Bishop Ellison Capers has been oh >s
eu Chancellor of the University of tho
South, Sowanoe, Term, to succeed the
lato Bishop Dudley, of Kentucky,
Tim Republican Nominees.
At tho National Republican Conven
tion held in Chicago hvit week, Tho o
dorc Roosevelt, of New York was nomi
nated for president and Charlos W.Fair
banks, of Indiana, for vice president.
Miss Mary Bel'o Walker, daughter
of Mr. W. M. Walker, of this city, and
Mr. Arthur Cobb, ot King's Mountain,
N. 0., wore married at tho homo of
the brido, Sunday afternoon, Rev. M.
C. Compton, of tho Second Baptist
State Dental Association to Meet.
The dentists of South Carolina, will
hold their annual convention at White
Stone Lithia Springs tho 19th. of July,
Notice To Subscribers.
All subscribers paid in advanci for
a year who aro not receiving the St.
f.ouls Rspublto, will please notify us
if they want it sent to them.
THE LADIES favor painting their
churches, and therefore wo urge every
Minister to remembor wc give a liberal
quantity of the Longman ?fc Martinez
L'aint toward tho paiutiu
Wears and covers like gold.
Don't pay $1.50 a gallon for Linsoed
Oil (worth 00cents) which you do when
you buy o'hor paints In a can with a
paint label on it. ?
8 & (i make 11, therefore when you
want fourteen gallons of paint, buy
only eight of L. A M , and mix six gal
lons pure Linseed Oil with it, and thus
get paint at less than $1.20 per gallon.
Many houses aro woll painted with
four gallons of L. v*c M. and three gal
lons of Linseed Oil mixed therewith.
These celebrated paints aro sold by
W. L. Boyo, Laurons.
Clinton PllARMAOY, Clinton.
Notice of Election.
School District No. <i Dials Township.
An election will be hold at tho Barks
dale Academy, School District number
*ix. Thursday, July 7th., 1001 to de
cide whether a tax of two mills for
school p irpises shall be levied and col
lected in said district. It is ordered
that the B oard of Trustees shall hold
said cloctlon which shall be conducted
according to the rules governing gen
oral election. By order of tho County
Hoard of Education of Laurons County.
OnARLBS F. Brooks,
County Supt. of Education.
Election for Trustees of
An olection will bo held at Ora, S. C,
School District No. 12, July 5th, for the
puoposo of oloctlng live trustees to
servo tho said school district for the
next two years.
U. H. Fleming, A. Y. Thompson, O.
L. Hunt'n* are hereby appointed man
agers of said election.
By order of County Board of Educa
Charles p. brooks,
W. M. Bkyson,
R. E. Bah H.
Easy to Wear.
Retain! \ /'Nopressuroon
Wc guarantee a fit or money
PALMETTO DRUG CO.,
Lauren8, S. C.
TIIORNWELL ORPHAN'S COLLEGE.
Annual Commencement Exercises
Opened Sunday?Sermon by
Rev. Dent Drauuon.
Clinton, June 27.?This is the wcok
of tho Orphanage Commencement, ono
always full of interest to the town and
the many visitors in attendance. Tho
one thing the Orphauago needs to ac
commodate the crowd on such occa
sions is a large Auditorium. Wo hope
in tho noar future to sco that noed
supplied. Carnegie in no bot'er way
could Invest a few thousand dollars.
Tho sormon on Sunday was preached
by Rev. Dont Braunen of Mlllldge
villo, Ga., from thotext: "Follow Mo."
It Is seldom the privilege of any congre
gation to hear a more appropriate ser
mon or one clothed in more chaste or
elegant language, The Thornwell Or
phanage may well bo proud t) call him
ono of her "Jewe'tf."
Bon. Mr. Gaston of Chester delivers
the Annual Address on Tuesday morn
A full meeting of tin Board of Trust
ees is expected, bringing together
many distinguished visitors.
On Siturday afternoon a most en
joyable lawn party was given b/ Misses
Helon an 1 Ruth Williams, in honor ol
their guost, Miss Pauline Sleigh, of
We arc glad to noto the Imerovo?
meat of R >b Vanoe, Jr., who reeoitly
had an operation for appendicitis, Tho
operation was po"for.ned ia ono of the
Hospitals iu Portland, Maine.
The Annie Spencer S>olety give a
very enj lyable entertainment on Fri
day evealag at the home of Miss Llb?
bio Spencer. The p -oceods ainouutod
to about $").0?. This soolety of little
girls has placed a very beautiful win
dow in the Sunday So'iool Auditorium
of tho now Churoh, in memory of Miss
Spenoer, who was organizer of this Se
Mrs. Hollingsworth, of Bickens, a
liberal supporter of the O.'phan&ges,
is here to attend lb j Cinimonc emeut.
She is the guest of her niece, Mrs.
Miss Mabel Giles of Greonwood is
Hio guest of Mrs. Dr. Hailoy.
Mia .'ps Bond aud Keys, milliners of
tho J. >>. ' 'opeland Co. aud Bailey
Bros, loavo for ;r respective homes
this week, r The one w ..'vis that both
may return in tho Fall.
Miss [Catherine Bean is attondmfe
tho Summer School In Rock Hill. Miss
lna Vance will join her Wednesday.
UP IN DIALS.
Crops Improved?Wheat Good?Inter
csting Personal Mention.
Dial Juno 27th, 1001.
Sinco tho recent rains crops are
looking line and farmers are getting
on nicely with their work.
Wheat is turning out a ?roat doel
better than wttJ cxpectod some time
A great many from bore attended
tho annual picnic at Gray Court Sat
urday given by Schroeder Lodge
A. F. M.
Misses Bruce Hellams and Gram.a
Harris, visited relatives in Liurons
Messrs. W. B. Aborcromblo and G. B.
Putman mule a businessvlsis to Houea
Path last week.
Mr. O. B, Ourry, ono of our most
promising young men, has returned
from Wotv ird. Ho will loavothis weok
for a visit t> his sister, Mrs. J. D.
Blaekwoll, of Giinosvllio (J theaoo
to the St. Louis Exposition.
Miss Jonuie Hellams will loivo In a
few days for the State Summer Sohool.
Miss Dora Armstrong visited rela
tives in Laurens last Suunliyanl
Miss Bertha Anderson, of Gray
Court, and Miss Haynic, of Greeavllle,
were the guests last Monday of tho
Mr. Marvin Meilook and ststor, of
Merna, were the guest of the Misses
Simmons' last Sunday.
P. M. Hollems Esq.. was in Laureas
last Tuesday on business.
Miss Eirle Simmon] his just? resum
ed from an extended visit to Anderson,
Calhoua Lodge, No. 17, 1. O. 0. P.
On Friday eveaing last, Oalhoun
Lodge, No. 17, [. O. O. F. elooted tho
following ollioer.s for tho ensilog semi
Thoj. K. Hudgens, Noble Grand.
W. W. Gritlln, Vico Guard.
It, S, Templeton, Soerotiry.
T. C, Lucas, Treasurer.
J D Moore, Outsido Guard.
Tho nowly elected oilijors will bo in
stalled Friday Bight by District Deputy
W, C. Winters.
DRIV EN TO DB3PBRATION.
Living at an out of tho way plaeo,
romotc from civilization, a family Is
often driven to desperation in case of
accident, resulting in burns, wounds,
cuts, ulcers, otc. Lay in a supply of
Bucklen's Arnica Salvo. I ','s tho host
on earth. 2o cents at Laurens Drug Co.
and Palmetto Drug Co,
STARTLING EVIDENCE. ?
Fresh testimony In groat quantity is
constantly coming in, declaring Dr.
King's Now Dlscovory fc.r consumption,
coughs and colds to ho unequlod. A re
cent expression from T. J. McFarland,
Bontorville, Va., serves as example.
Ho wrltos: "I had Bronchitis for throo
years and doctorod all tho time with
out being benefltted. Then I bogan
taking Dr. King's Now Dlscovory, and
a few bottles wholly cured ino."EqtiaUy
effective in curing all lung and throat
troubles, consumption, pnoumonia and
grip. Guarantood by Laurons Drug Oft
and Palmetto Drug Co. Trial bottle*
free, regular sizes 50 cents and $1.00.