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Before You Buy or Sell
any Kind o(
Keal Estate, or Business,
Write us your wants.
J. Y. Gari-INGTON & Co.,
Laurens, S. C.
LAURPNS, S O.. WEDNESDAY JULY 6.
to sleep in.
to swing in.
to court in
Hammocks to hammock in from
$1.00 to $5.00.
Palmetto Drug Co.
Annouuconioots under this heading
must bo accompanied by tho foe,
Three Dollars. Aonmnccinonts to
run after tho Ii ?"et Primary. |
FOR STATE 8ENAT1 .
At tho solicitation ot friends I have
decided to announce myself as a candi
date for the StHe Senate, subject to
the Democratic Primary.
_ P. R^It'9o\van._
FOR Till': LEGISLATURE.
Ir<8peotfuly annminoe myself as a
candidate for 'lie Home o'' Repre
sentative:-, PUbjdCt to the result of the
R. Dunk Boyd.
I re?peo fully auuou o* myself a can
didate for re el- ctio- to the Housj of
Hepres"ntat V? s. subject to tho result
of the Deraocsti : Primary.
W. 0 Iumy, Jr.
Tho frl??rd< of A. T. Fmlth, appre
ciating his p.i?t sei vices in the inter
est of tho prop'e. rrs-< o* fully suggest
his name to ih- voter* of Laurena
Coun'y as a suitable Repre entaMve
f ora tb's County to tnu Lgis ature,
I hereby antounoe myself *s a can
didate for the Lo^ls'a'uro. s'ibj ct to
tho Democrat c vote of Luirens
.T II. MlM.BR V. D.
At the soUei a a >n o.' f. L?n Is from
th ? diff<*rdn'i pirts of tho o i'iuty, I
respectfully anno inco myself a candi
date for the Legislature, subject to the
rules of the Democratic Primary.
W. P. HARRIS.
C. C. Foatherstone, Esq., is hereby
announced as a candidate for House of
Representatives from Lauren? County,
subject to the action of the Demo
cratic Primary o'.eetion.
FOR CLlCUK OF COURT.
I hereby auuounce myself a-cin
didato for Clerk of Court for I.aureus
county. Will abide result of Democratic
T. Fostkr Simpson.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Clerk of Court for Liurous
County, subjoet to the r.sih of tho
approaching Primary Election.
C. E. GRAY.
The name of Job a a. Franks is
hereby presented t> tin Democratic
votors of LiUrens county a' a einni
date for Clerk of Court, subject 10 iho
rules governing the party Primary.
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for Clerk of Court f? ? Lau
rens County and promise to discharge
the bus ness of said ollice as in the
past, according to law and tho best In
terests of the peonle. I will cheerfully
abide the result of the Democratic Pri
mary Election. Thanking all for
their past favors, I am respectfully,
John F. Bolt.
FOR T IiE AS U R K R.
I hereby announce mysolf a candi
date for re-election to the oflico of
County Treasurer, subject to the Dem
JOHN H. 00 PEL AND.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
re-election to the office of Coroaer,
subject to the rules of the Democratic
W. D. Waits.
I announce myself a candidate for
Coroner for Laurens county, subject to
the Democratic primary and party
Many friends of Major M. H. Fergu
son, from every Township in the Coun
ty, have solicited him to become a can
didate for Coroner at the Primary
Election and ho has consented. Ho.
will abide the rules and regulations of
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the ollice of Sheriff of Laurens ounty.
Will abide the result of the D( i Hieratic
J. THOS. PK I) EN.
The many friends of Bee A. Wharton
knowing his merit and qualifications
combined with his superior detective
turn of mind most respectfully suggest
him to the voters of Laurens County as
a worthy and suitable candidate for the
Sheriff's Ollice in the approaching
election, subject to the rules of the
^ Democratic Primary.
Being conscious of the fact that, I have
faithfully discharged the duties oi the
Sheriff's office for the present term, to
the best of my alvlity, and believing
that I have the endorsement of the ma
jority of the pcole of Laurens County
to this end, I would again announce
myself a candidate for re-election, sub
ject to the decision of the Democratic
T. J. DuokEtt.
Being solicited by friends from dif
ferent partsof County, I announce my
self a candidate for the ollice of Sheriff,
at the approaching Primary Election,
and will abide the rules governing tho
B. F. BALLEW.
The many friends of Jas. W. Hen
derson announce him a candidate for
Sheriff, subject to the Democratic
^.Primary. He has served as constable
TMOvcral yoars and as Deputy Sheriff
One termfporforming tho duties to the
satisfaction of tho public.
Um FOR SUPERVISOR.
. At the solicitation of friondi, I an
nounce myaclf a candidate for Super
visor of Laurens county, subject to tho
rules of tho Democratic primury.
R. P. adair.
1 respectfully announce mysolf as a
candidate for re-election to tho oflico of
County Supervisor for Laurens county,
subject to the rules of tho Democratic
H. B, Humbert.
I announce myself to the Demo
cratic voters of Laurens county, a can
didate for Suporvisor, subject to the
Democratic primary and party rulos.
James s. Drummond.
FOR MACISTH VTK.
I hereby announce mysolf a candi
date for ro-election for Magistrate of
Laurens Township, subject to the Dem
John m. Hudoens.
W, Y. Boyd, Esq., Is horoby an
nounced as a candidate for Magistrate
for Laurens Township, subject to tho
.1 respoclfully announce myself a can
didate for tho ofllce of County Auditor,
?ubject to the Democratic primary,
JOEL A. SMITH.
) respectfully announce mysolf ft can
didate for ro-election to the olffco of
County Auditor, subject to the Demo
0. a. Power
O .A. & 1? O XI. X -A- -
jjm? th# _lhe Kind Yon II;hb_AN.
FOR COl'NMY SUPERT.N1 ENDENT
I respectfully announce inyeolf a can*
didato for re-election to tho otlloeof
County Superintendent of Education,
subject to the rules governing the
Charles f. Brooks.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSION i'm.
X hereby anuounae myself a candi
date for County, (Joinmisslonor, ;:.'>
ject to tiic D?nio?ratlc pr un y.
Joe E h. i: ??Kurs,
t respectfully announce i yse'f for
re election to th i ollloo of J unty 1 oin
mUslonor for Laar n- \> .v. y, ubjeel
to tho action of the Democratic pri
I respectfully p.nnoui c ? myself u on*
dida<o for tho ollln i of Coun'yCom
missioner, subjcd to tha beuioer.alo
\v c. btcit.
G.'orgo C. Hopkins i. lunvby an
no meed as a oindi lal ? f <r ouutv
Commission :r, subject to tu*! result "1
tho Democratic i'i im iry.
I ho-cby announce niysdf a c*udi*
date for the ofllco of County Cot im
s onor, subject to th-.- action of ; ho I ? tu?
ocra'io Primary. o. Clatk Cox
Yo ings 'I o\vi?8hip. '
I he-rob v aunounco my a-, i 6an<ll
date for tho otllo9 of ItallroHd Coinmis
sioner, subject to tho Sui' e I >emo sratic
John 11. Earlm.
Greenville. S. 0.
J. N. LEAK,
Offers his services to the peo
ple of Laurcns County.
W. C. IRBY, I.v.
Attorney at Law,
LA.URF.NS, S. C.
I conduct a Il"8t*olasi lallort' g -hop.
Cufi Make aud Guarautoti a Iii a rea
sonable prices. You aro lavlto I to
join my pressing club.
E. J. Danvy,
'Phone 1HJ. M'nter Building.
Dr. Chas. A. Ellett,
HAVE YOU A TEM PKRV
Answer Before Heading This.
Some people have worms and often
don't know it. The doctor is loo po ll
to tell them. Hero aro som of the
symptoms: A *ick feeling at chest, a
choking oough with teiub i -y to gag,
sudden unea&lno^ and piini In stom
acli, itobing around o rn rs in 0,
All th.se, and more, Indicate worm*.
An irritab'e temper is one of th sur
ests-gns of Worms In hII
dron King's Vermifuge is the cu e,
and it is sure. For very young chil
dren givo King's worm cai ly, whici
is pleasant-tas es good. Ohlldrou
it. The price lor each is 25 cants.
Semi years ago I sold one of my cus
tomers, .Mr.? , of this place, a box of
Dr. King's Worm Candy. His wife had
been in bad health for som ? timo, and
be urged her to take some Worm can
oy. She, of course, did not want to
Lake it) but after som ? very stroll ?
gument ho finally provalh d. She took
four Lo/. jnges according to dir : ioi
and passed sixty ihr e worm-. Shi
had bcon taking medicine from several
phy s e'ians and they did her no good,
lie i- willing to be qualillod th it some
of the worms were a foot long, [to also
g 4vc his child some of the Candy and
it passed three worms, making in all
sixty-six worms from one box ol Dr.
King's Worm Candy. This tostimon
ial isentirelv unsolicited, but I thought
it my duty to Inform you of bl o merits
of the Worm Candy in this sc ^tion.
Yours truly, Walter B. Bak *,
Jonesvlllc, N. C.
Sold by Tho Palmetto Dr
THE PRETTY GIRL
Is fond of pretty jewels .
The sensible man looks
for the establishment
where he can get the best
Jewelry for tho least
Our Jewelry is the be!
it is new?new in manu
facture and new in de
sign, It won't cost a cent
to look at what we have.
P.rtsy lo V/. nr.
llips or It irk.
:. ?. (r movos, j
^ We guarantee a lit <?r m
PALMETTO DRUG O >..
J .?aureus, S. C,
O j\. f& "3P O 3ETL X y\. -
Boar, tho a 1!ie Kind Ynn Hate Always Bo.
TEACHERS SUMMER SCHOOL.
(iood Progress Bolug Made?Georgia's
School Commissioner to Lecture.
The County Summer School is mak
ing Uno progress Each department
Was thoroughly organized and got
down to good, hard work last woek.
Trot Evans, who is conducting the
Sohoot, has charge of tho chissos in
-"? g a; by. Prof. Cutberlson Is
leaching nnthematlos and Miss Till?
man practical primary methods of
eh'uig. Miss Ruby Stuart Picken*
of Llvin :s! m, Ala., who is to havo
o!ia~k? i the department in drawing
ived and assumed hor duties
Tucs luy morning. Sho comes in the
I luce of Mlsi Cadell. who was at first
eurod for the position.
Oil Friday in nning tho school was
nd Iressod by Prof. Ous W. Gunning
bam, a young educator, who is making
!i lluo reputation at Howard Uulvor
sity, Aiubatns, wh*ro ho is professor of
1) ;i id monUl and moral philoso
fle presented in an admirable
planner s.uno deductions from the sub
j ict, VVhst is Kduoation? dealing prin
cipally wit i the psychological phase of
ih ? ihem >. He was warmly coagratu
Uvtod by n 1 on his Hue effort.
Superintendent Brooks and the fac
avrang id fur several lecturer
il hig tin t rm Hon. \V. B. Merrlt',
Uale hip rlntondent of EJueation of
a lias accepted mi invitation to
add re.-s the school and has iudlca'ed
that It would suit him to come about
Ins*, state Superintendent of
Education 0. B Martin has been In
vited and will probably make a dato
before the School closes.
These lectures form a special feature
of all the Summer Schools.
No man or woman in the state will
hesitate to speak well of Chamber
lain's Stomaoh and Liver Tablets after
once i y fg them. They always pro
duce a i> eusant movement of the bow
els improve the appetite and strength
en the digestion. Porsale by the Lau
rens Drug Co.
Second Baptist Church Dedicated.
With Interes'lng and appropriate
s, tho Second Baptist Church,
w hlc i is h eat.d at the Laurens cotton
ml I vi lugo, was dedicated last Sun
day. Rev. T. M. Bailoy, D. D.. of
Greenville, corresponding secretary of
Ihc state Baptist Mission Board,
proached the dedicatory sermon. Rev.
m 0. Compton, pastor of the church,
and Rev. J. G. lluggin, of tho Second
Moth lls', assisted in the services. The
<.grogation was a large one, and the
e illectlon a thank offering?amounted
to $'25.20. This church was organized
with eighteen members In .January,
1803 At a oost of $3,500 tho handsome
little church edifice just dedica'ed was
e mpleted two years ago. The church
: iwn rapidly, is free of debt, with
c \hh in the treasury, and the reg
i i try shows a membership of 170 names.
Mr. U E. Thompson is church clerk.
Mr. C impton, who has entered upon his
th year's work, is greatly beloved,
and i- building up a strong church.
SAFEGUARD THE CHILDREN.
Notwithstanding all that is done by
Is of health and charitably inclln
ie death rate among small
chlldivn Is vory high dun ml the hot
wea: her ' 1 I o summer months in large
? ' ios. There is not probably one case
of bowel c mipla'nt in a hundred, how
eve-, that could not be cured by tho
use of Chamberlain's Colic,
era md I) arrhoer Remedy. For
sale l>y Th ? La irens Drug Co,
Postal i banges and Improvements.
Posi Master McOravy has arranged
111 in ill which the Seaboard drops
at C in tho morning to be brought
at once to Laurens by a rider instead
of waiting for the freight, which ar
at iincortaiti hours. Tho mail is
therefore open now regularly at a few
minul after nine In I lie afternoon
the mail which goes by tho carrier to
Clinton leaves at six instoad of four
thirty, as heretofore. This gives busi
ness man abundant opportunity to an
swer mail which arrives on the two
o'clock trains and is a groat conven
ience to the city.
il la/.y liver try Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. Thoy in
vlyorato the liver, and the digostion,
regulates the bowo's and prevent bil
ious attacks, For saio by tho Laurons
Mr. Goo. VV. Young of Clinton was in
the ulty Saturday on business. Mr.
Young 13 one of tho largest nnd most
auci i ssful farmers of thatseotion of the
ity, where the "cllmato" seems
productive of good farmers as woll as
good business inon.
A BEAUTIFUL WEDDING.
Interesting Description of Littlc-Copo
land Nuptials. .Mrs. l'fainny Enter
tains. Many I'orsoual Facts.
Clinton July 5th.
Tho marriage of Miss May mo Litt'o
andUrJ. H. copoland was tlio social
event of the week. Tho New Presby
terian church was crowded to witness
the urjion of the happy couple. '1 ho
0< rein my was performed by Or. Jacobs
lu his w mal happy Way, both beaut ful
and Impres ive Miss Annie 0 pel'Ud,
slater of the groom prosid d at the or
?un and to the i-traiiu of Mondeis: on's
Wedding March filtered tlie ?r lOinsuietJ
G. W. ifunt-r, W. D. cooeland, T. M
l.i tie and C. W. Stone. Then came the
bridesmaids Misses Min do L'ttle,
Matth? Hipp, Rota Bailoy and Fannie
Flnney. The beautiful bride en'end
on the arm of her sister, Mr?. Arthur
Shockley, of s jartauburg, preceded by
tho little llower girD, Annio 0>pe!nnd,
of Clinton, and Miy Latham, of isas'ey.
Tho groom with bis brother, T. Duck
Copaland ontered from an opposite
door, meoting at tho alter. Aftjr tbo
ceremony the bridal party wei.t to the
home of the groom's mother, Mrs. N. I?
Pblnney, whore an e'ogant reception
was given them.
Tho grnator part of Clinton folks
spent tho 4th at Eaoree and Stomp
Mis) Silllo Wright is vislilng h^r
fri- nd, Miss Skinner, on Pawloy's Is
Mr. and Mrs. Homor Todtl, of White
Stone, spent a few days of last woek at
tho home of Mrs. Todd's parents.
Misses Llda Milam and Gent Henry
aro attending the Summer School at
Miss Minnie Llttlo leaves today for
Basley to visit her sister Mrs . MoM Li
Miss Mayme Loak is at homo for tho
Miss Annlo Provost, of Anderson, is
the guost of Miss Clara Ducket.
Misses Lalla and Ellen Workman are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Workman.
NO PtTY 8HO.VN.
"For years fato was after mo c mtin
uosly" writes P. A.Gulledgo, Verbena,
Alu. "I hid a tjrrlblo case of Files
causing 21 tumors. Whon all failed
Rucklin's Arnica Silvo cured me.
Equally good f >r burns and all acho->
and pains. Only 2?} at Tho Lauren<
and Palmetto Drug Co's.
$ AMONG OUll FRIENDS. ?
Miss Anno Galbraith of Spartanburg
is vis'tlng Mrs. Alexander Long.
Mr. Edwin U. Lucas, president of
tho Walhalla Cotton Mills visitod in
the city a few days the past week.
Mrs. J. 0. Garlington returned to
Spartanb irg Friday after a visit of
several weeks to her mother, Mrs.
Frierton, who has been (|iiito 111.
An examination was lield in tho
court house Saturday for It. F. D. car
riers on tho new routes at Mountvllle,
Cross Hill and Konno.Eight applicants
took the examination.
Sam McCucn, of Princeton, was in
town Friday night.
Congressman Johnson who is (-pend
ing some time In I,aureus, visited his
sister Mrs. J. II Allen at Princeton
Miss Ina Little spent last woek In
Clinton with hor grand-father, Dr, J.
Messrs Robert L. Wi lkcr an I Allle
Lockwood returned yesterday from a
pleasant trip to Atlant.,
Mr. Brooks Chlldress spun! the
Fourth at White Stone Lithia Springs.
Mrs. F. P. MoGowan and Mrs. R, A.
Cooper speit tho Fourth at Harris
Mi. J. A. Clark, of Kock Hill, visited
ills brother, Rev. W. A. Clark, several
days during tho past woek.
Master Samuel Fleming is visiting
relatives in Greenwood.
Master Charles Fleming is spending a
while at Duo West.
Mrs. W. H. Shauds and children, of
Clinton, aro visiting Dr. and Mrs. Goo.
C. Al ji'ight,
Mr. G. L. Pitts President of tho Mer
chants and Farmers Bonded Warehouse
spent Sunday and Monday at Clinton.
Joseph Jerry Jr. of Maddon, was of
tho class finishing the eight year course
at tho Stato Institute for tho deaf and
blind, at Codar Springs last weok.
THE FOURTH IN LAURENS.
How Day Was Observed?Plonk at the
Park?Athletic, (luosslng and
Young Contests Galore*
Tho Pourth, the day we celebrate,
was quietly observed by most of tho
town hoop Oi AM placs of business
wore c'ojed for the diy. A number
took advantage of the. holid-.y to make
brief vlnits to tho various summer re
sort"*, tju'to a party of young' ladles and
young men going to Harris Springs.
At H<dmos Park an all day picnic
was enjoyed by the Lairens nnd Watts
mill peoplo and a number of their
friend", Go d order prevailed, there
was plenty to oat and drink and tho
numerous contests for the boys nnd
girls wore adinbablv oonducto I and
were much enjoyed by all. Superin
tendent Abuoy, assisted by Messrs.
F auks, Gardo, Donaldson and others,
was in charge
Following is a list, of the winners of
the different con lest?, each of whom
received a cash prize: Foot rue, free
for siil, 50 cents each. The winners:
Rad Strickland, Dud Mart'u, Walter
DAgnail, Ohas. Koon, Qeo. Moore,
Tug of War or Hope Contest?20 con
testant', 10 winners, *20 cents each
Roy Ball'n ine, John Richards, OlaU'1
Smith, H mry Hiiokahy, Hunt Frank-.
Hobt. Set/'cr, Eugene Pu'inin, Mile's
Hi Idle, t;iilf Walker, Henry D.incin.
Rui and .lump race ?Prlz * ">') c m^s
oach, Hen Huokaby, Bob King, Bob
Blind Buff?Prize 60 cents each. Ef
llo Summerol, Ada Garrett, Bertha
Mooro, Stella Frady.
Second Tug of War Contest?Prise
same as tho lirst. The winners: Clar
ence Cannon, Jay Strickland, Jim
('row, Douglas Martin, Henry Duncan,
Ohas. Yaughan, Talma ige lluekaby
Joe Hrowu, Bud Martin, Leonard
Foot, ra "o, First co ites'., prize 00
cents each, David Crow, MaokSaoddy,
Second contest Hunt Pranks, Miles
Riddle, Ceorge Moore.
Sack races - Thirteen entries. First
contest, prize 50o. each first three, 25o.
two hi t. Ohas. Whltaker, Arthur
Smith, Joe MoKoe, Murphy Simmons.
Claud Weathers. Second contest, pri
ze DOo each to drat tim e, :>,V two
last; Guy Riddle, Ohas. Koon, 13most
Bishop, Fayette .Villi uns.Jam )S M ais
Third con'.est; Luther Hawk
Ins, Jim Fo!ta,Tom Duncan, Hen Moore,
CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC, CHOL
E It A AND DlAllRUOFA
This remedy is certain to bs needed
in ahnest evory home before tho sum
mer is over. It can always bo depend
ed upon even in tho m ist severe and
dangerous ois*s, it is especially valu
able for summer disorders in children.
It is pleasant to take and nev r fills to
give prompt relief. Why not buy it
now? It may save life. For sale by
The Laurens Drug Co.
CLIFTON W1MN IS DEAD.
Well Known Young Mfttt BuCCUttlbS t
Fover Attack After Itiiof Illness.
Mr. II. Clifton Wlnn, youngest sin
of Mr. a-;il Mrs. Oliver A. Wlnn, diod
last Thursday night at his parent's
homo, two miles South of Fountain Inn.
just across the line in Laurous County,
tie came bonn ten days before his
death from Augusta, Q i., where ho had
been employed as a salesman in J. D.
White's department stores for a year
or so, and immediately took his bed
with nn attack of typhoid fever.
Tho funeral services were conducted
at the Fountain lun Baptist Church
Friday afternoon, by Rov, W. .1 . L?ng
sten, pastor of the Pendleton Street
church, Greenville, assisted by Itov.
T. P>. Craig and Itev. Mr. Jone-", of
Fountain Inn. For several years prior
togoi-i? to Augusta, Mr. Winti held sev
eral responsible positions In Groenvllle
an l it kVas wliilo a resident of that city
th it he bsoamo a member of the l'en
dlcton Street Baptist Church. He was
twenty three \va*\s old and was a very
popular young m in whorever he was
known Mr. T. W. Winu, of this city,
a brother of the deceased, accompanied
by Mrs. W Ion, attended the funeral and
burial servic ;h.
Crawford Ilughjp. Prizes same as In
second contest. Fourth contest, prizes
samt; as two and three.Ouy Riddle, Jack
Bishop, John Weathers, * Henry Dim
can, Luther Balentino.
Blind Bult, Number ono, four girls,
pri/.o T>0e each, Stella Frady, Pearl
Hawkins, Ada Bragg, Maud Donalson.
Contest No. 2; priz ? 5fj0. each, first
three, 25c. two last, Stella Frady, Clara
Weathers, Pinkie Kutlcdge, Mat tie
Walker, Eva Cannon. Contest Xo. !i,
prizes same as No. 2, Bertha Cannon,
Maud Donaldson, Sallio More, Inez
snoddy, Ellio Walkor.
Guessing contest, number grains in a
jar of corn. Prlzs $1 00 each, first two,
BOo. each the last, Cora Franks, Alice
Led ford. Eva Smith.
Jar of beans?Prizes same as corn
??ontost, Sallio Frady, Xie'.e L'pford,
Box containing "two articles each
of Whioh is goid, useful an I necessary,
for tiii welfare of all wherever man
kind dwells." First article spoiled
with live letters, second with four.
Hilde, soap Inez Kiddle, Ada Garrett,
Prizes same as the two above .
To the ono selling the most refresh
ments $2.00, M rs. M. P. liragg. Those
wore decided in a voting contest: To
ihc prettiest girl betwoin the ages of
0 and 10, $2.00. Alllo Fuller, age seven.
();dest man $2 00 C P. Martin:
Oldest lady, $2.00 Mrs Moore.
Oldest married CO a pie $2 00; T. P.
Morgan and wife.
Couple most reemt'y married, 11
Arthur Cobb and bride
Ugliest man, *2.00 T. P. Morgan.
Only a Few Words Needed
To Tell the Story of Our Special Sale
The best evidence of its success were the hundreds of satisfied
customers who took advantage of the splendid offerings. They
came expecting great values and they were not disappointed. The
people know we never advertise a bargain we cannot show or make
a promise we cannot back up with the merchandise.
Here are a few Specials for this Week:
40 inch white Lawn, worth i1-2, lids week, ioc
Kiue sheer India Linon, worth 15c and 18c, this week 12 i-2c
Yard-wide Madras, worth 15c, this week, 10c
30 inch Striped .Madras, worth 10c, this week ;c
Ladies' Bleached Vests, taped neck and sleeves, 8 1 (c
Ladies' Bleached Vests 5c
Lot Ladies' Corsets, standard makes, worth $1.00, 69c
Lot Remnants Colored Lawns, 2 to ,s yard lengths, worth ioc,
12 r-2c and 15c, this week, 5c.
Everything in Millinery at End-of?the-Season
SUMMER COST SALE
Beginning; on Thursday July the 7th 1904
Two weeks of Bargains. Entire stock
of Summer Goods will be offered at
COST. Barghins you cannot afford to
miss. No old stock, or odds and ends.
No goods charged during sale. Watch for Ad
Next week. Customer's Shoes Shined free
R. E. COPELAND
People's Loan and
or Laurent S.C., (Quarterly Statement,
Eliding Juuo aoth, 11)04, Pub
lished in Conformity with
Act of General
Loans und Discounts, $ 28/3,072.44
Stocks and Honds, 18,000.00
Real Estate, Furniture and
Kxpi uses and taxes paid, 2,797.35
Cash on hand and Duo from
Capital Stock, $100,000.00
Individual Deposits, 154,018.81
Dividouds Unpaid, 1,805.00
Due Hanks, 2,772.40
Undivided profits, 72,501 00
Bills Payable, 20,000 00
Cashier's Chocks, 26.68
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County oi- Laurens.
Personally appeared before me, J, W.
Todd, Cashier of the above named
Bank, and raakoi oath that tho fore
going statement is correct to the best
of his knowledge and. belief.
J. W. Todd,
Sworn to and subscribed before mo
this first day of July, 1004.
c. w Tunk,
J, EL Tiavnham,
J. O. C. Fleming,
W. A. Watt?,
Fresh shipment of Wileys Candy at,
Dodsons Dni? b'tore.
Hromalgia is a sure cure for headache,
Dodsons Drug Store.
Just received a beautiful line of up-to
date box piper.
Dodsons Drug Store.
25 CENT COLUMN.
Wanted ? Good milch cow with
young calf, r.oti milk, good quantity
and thoroughbred Jersey. Address
W. E. Lucas.
Laurons, S. C.
Wanted?The pxople of Sullivan
Township to know that I am a candi
date for Magistrate.
Paul J. Roper.
LoST - A medium size, black maro
mule,8trayo I from home Saturday. July
2, Information concerning same will
be greatly appreciated by,
Laurons R. F.D. No. I.
NOTICE?Notice is hereby given that
one Isaac Dial is under contract with
me for the present year and lias loft
my employ. I therefore forbid any per
son from hiring or harboring him, as f
will enforce the law against any person
John- D, M, Shaw.
Wants? ? Tho people of Young's
Township lo know that I will NO P bo a
candidito for reelection to the oilice of
Magistrate W. tl. Thomason.
Opium, Whiskey and
All Drug Habits
Cured Without Pain at
li yon are addicted to these habits
you think you will quit it. Von won't:
you can't unaided: but you can be cured
and restored to your former health anil
vigor without pain or the loss of an
hour from your business at a moderate
cost. The medicine builds up your
health, restores your nervous Bystem
to Its normal condition; you fool like a
different person from the beginning of
treatment, LEAVING OFF THE
I >PIATES AFTER THE Fl ISST.DOSE.
Von will soon bo convinced and fully
satisfied in your own mind that you
will be oured.
Mr. T. M. Brown, of DcQueon, Ark.,
say.-: "Over seven years ago I was
Hired of the opium habit by your medi
cine, and have continued in tho very
;> of health since.
Dr. W. M. Tunstall, of Livingston,
Va., says: "I am glad to say that I
firmly believe that I am entirely and
permanently cured of the Drink Habit,
as I have nover even so much as wanted
a drink in any form slneo I touk your
eradicutor, now eighteen months ago.
It was tho best dollar I ever invested."
Mrs. Virginia Townsend, of Shrove
port, La., writes: "'No more opium. I
nave takon no other remedy than
yours and I make no mistake when I
say that my health is hotter now than
it ever was in my life, and I owe it to
you an l your remedy, it has been
twolvo years since I was Oil red by
For full particular! address Dr. H.
M. Woolley, 801 Lowndos, Bldg., At
lanta, Gft., who will send you his book.
Is the Cheapest
When you go away for your
Summer vacation, lake with you
the knowledge that your property
is covered in the very best old
line companies. Von will enjoy
your outing .ill the more,
A. C. TODD & CO.
THE NEW NERVE TONIC
AND KIDNEY CURE.
rirmiMOH Hip. Kidneys ami niniMer, nitrifies the
<"><>< I'mih Floah en thin pooplo. RtreniiUirnH
nie Nervo?, i i.nrn tii,< Drain, ('tuva Nfrvmm
il.llliy. Inn.,i|?. KnllliiK Mil. . ll.Mi.m-.
lie Vim.vinor, Vitnlllv nnfl Strong!!, of Yonlh.
In both wenk Men and women. ???.?,
Thin Now nomedjr work* Ilka Mnglo, (ml Is nix
Bolutolj h?rmtet?. Wolgli yoururll Colons Inking.
w?ri-?i?l ^? ?,,,,;J '? ???"?*?. $6 00, hy iiu.it.
\\.> will rltoorlull) r.fim.l tin. innnoylf you aro
QOtbonoAtlcd. Try It lUid be convinced,
Laurens Drug Co.
"Irl ml Tbedford'a Black-Draught
a good modlcino for liver diHease,
It CM rod niy kjii nftor lio liad upcnt
f lOOwi'li doctors. It (sail tho ?u>d
iclno I tako."?MRS. CAHOLINH
MAUTIN, Parkersburg, W. Ya.
If your liver does not act reg
ularly go to your druggist and
secure a package of 'lhedford's
Hlack-Draught and take a dose
tonight, i'liis great family
medicine frees the constipated
bowels, stirs un the torpid liver
an.I eauscB a healthy secretion
Thedford's Black - Draught
will cleanse tlio bowels of un
purities and strengthen the kid
neys. A torpid liver invites
colds, biliousness, chills and
fever and all manner of sick
ness and contagion. Weak kid
neys result in Bright's disease
which claims as many victims
as consumption. A 26*C6)lt
package of Tbedford'a Black
Draugnt sliould always be kept
in the house.
"I used Thedford's Black
Draught for liver and kidney com
plaint-, und found notbing to oxcol
it " WILLIAM COFFMAN, Mar
Sown at the last working
of the Corn or Cotton Crop,
can be plowed under the following
April or .May in time to plant coi n
or other crops the same season.
Crimson Clover prevents winter
leaching ef the soil, is equal in fer
tilising value to a -rood application
of stable manure and will wonder
fully increase tho yield and nunl
itv of corn or other crops which
follow it. It also makes splendid
winter and spring grazing, flue
early green feed, or a good hay
crop, liven if the crop is cut oil',
the action of the roots and stubble
improve the land to a marked de
Write for price nnd tsprciol clr
culur telling i?bout seeding etc.
Wood'* Descriptive Fnil Catalog, ready
about August 1st. tells nil :ii?>ut Farm
and Vegetable Seeds lor Fall plant
ing. Mailed fr o i n request.
Thousands of people afflicted
with this hideously disfiguring dis
ease are daily suffering the most
excruciating mental anguish, be
lieving they ftre doomed to carry
its awful scaling blotches until
death relievos tin in. The medical
profession, and the gretiti st skin
specialists of the world have alw ay 3
considered tho disease; as absolutely
Now positively cured by that won
derful medicament known as
MR. W. 15. jr.NNlSON, of tho N itional
Express Co., Chicago, 111., snffureel tho
horrible and agonizing tortures ol thi; dis
easo for more than twenty years. Tho
best skin specialists of Chicago, New Veils
and Philadelphia pronounced hi; caso ns
incurable. The torriblo blotctu i ol this
disease had covered hu face, hu hands
and entiro body. His appearance was w>
repulsive that ho had not been abla lo at
tend any social or public \; uttering for
sens. Mr. David Robinson, head clerk of
the Pooplo's Drug Store, in Chicago, who
had cured himself of a bad caso of Psoriasis
of ten years standing, with the 1>. 1>. D.
Remedy, prevailed upon him to try this
preparation. Mr. Joimison, speaking of.
his treatment with this marvelous medicine
says: "l commenced the use of iho D. D.
Dt Remedy, and during the firs! two
months l saw little, if any improvement,
but was persuaded by Mr. Robinson to
continue its use. 1 persevered in using t! a
remedy, and I now devoutly thank God
that 1 did. For iho first hinein twenty
years I am free from the. awful, scaling
blolcllOS of this terrible .1 j .. \ OlKO
more 1 ant free from tb ; b ind i 50 of theso
torments of hell, and can again make a
preventable appearance before my fellow
max, I earnestly beg every sufferer from
11 discaso of tho skin to Immediately begin
treatment with tho D. D I). Remedy. Uso
it persevere with it stick lo il and you
will find that it will cure you. Specialists
said I had the worst caso over recorded. I
know 1l1.1t what cured mo will 1 uro anyone."
We unhesitatingly give Ihis rem?
edy our hiebest endorsement. 'The
marvelous and effective work; the
wonderful cures it is making in
this community are simply aston
For sale by
1 .aureus Drug Co.
THE: LADIES favor painting their
churches, and Ihorcfoi'? wo urge: every
Minister to remember wo give a liberal
quantity of tho Longman A Martine-'.
Taint toward the painting.
Wears and covora like gold.
Don't pay $1.60 a gallon for Lin oed
Oil (worth iOcents) which you do w hen
you buy oiher paints in a can with a
paint label on il .
& li make I I, (her. lore when you
waul fourteen gallons of paint, buy
only eight of I-. >v \i , and mix six gal -
lons pure Linseed <>il with it. and thus
get paint at less tb in $1.20 per gallon.
Many houses arc well pair,ted with
four gallons of I,v M. and Ihrce gal
lons of Linseed Oil mixed therewith.
These celebrated paint 1 arc sold by
W.'L. BOYD, I,aureus.
Clinton PiiAHMAOV. Clinton.