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Before You Buy or Sell
any Kind ot
Real Instate, or Business,
Write us your wants.
J. Y. Gari,ington & Co.,
Laurcus , S- C.
ALL KINDS OF
Palmetto Drug Co.
Get them while stock is
Announcement* under this heading
must bo accompanied by tho feo,
Three Dollars. Ann-nrnvements to
runnfter tho first Primary.]
^XHt STATE BEN ATE.
At the solicitation of friends I have
decided to announce myself a* a candi
date for the Stite Senate, 6 object to
the Democratic Primary.
_F. P. McGOWAN.
FOP THE LEGISLATURE.
I rtspcctfu ly announce myself as a
candidate for ilie House of Repre
sentatives, subject to the result of tho
R. Dunk Boyd.
I respectfully announce myself a can
didate for re-election to the Housa of
Representatives, subject to the result
of the Democratic Primar/.
W. C Irby, Jr.
Tho frleDds of A. J. Smith, appre
ciating his p^9t sot vices in the inter
est of tue people, respectfully suggest
his name to the voters of Laurens
County as a suitable Representative
from this County to tho Legislature,
I hereby announce myself us a can
didate for tho Legislature, subj?ct to
tho Democrat'c vote of Laurons
J. H. Mim.er, y. D.
At tho solicitaii >n of friends from
the different parts of the .omaty, I
respectfully aunounce myself a candi
date for the Legislature, subject to the
rules of the Democratic Primary.
W. P. HARPIS.
0. C. Featherstone, Esq., is hereby
anoounced as a candidate I >r Hou-o of
Representatives from Laurens County,
subject to the action of the Demo
cratic Primary e'ectlon.
FOR CLERK OF COURT.
I horeby announce myself as a can
didate for Clerk of Court, for Laurens
county. Will abide result of Democratic
T. Foster Simpson.
1 hereby announce myself a candi
date for Clerk of Court for Laurens
County, subject 10 tho r s ik of the
approaching Primary Election.
C. E. Gil AY.
The name of Joha A. Franks is
hereby presented to the Democratic
voters of Laurens county a* a candi
date for Clerk of Court, subjeit. to the
rules governing the party Primary.
I respectfully announce myself a
oondidatc for Clerk of Court for Lau
rens County and promise to discharge
the bus ness of said otlico as in the
past, according to law and the best in
terests of the people. I will cheerfully
abide the result of the Democratic Pri
mary Elecion. Thanking all for
their past favors, I am respectfully,
John F. Holt.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-olectlon to the cilice of
County Treasurer, subject to the Dem
JOHN H. COPFLAND.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
re-election to the office of Coroier,
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
J. B. Cosby.
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 he has consented. Ho
will abide the rules and regulations of
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the office of Sheriff oi Laurens county.
Will abide ihe result of tho Democratic
J. THOS. PEDEN.
Tho many friends oi Bee A. Wharton
knowing his merit atd qualifications
combined with his supfior detective
turn of mind most respectfully suggest
him to the voters of Laurons County an
a worthy and suitable candidate (or the
Shorlff'8 Office in the approaching
election, subject to the rules of the
Being conscious of the fact that I have
faithfully discharged the duties ol tho
Sheriff's office for the present term, to
the best of my ability, and holieving
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 tho Democratic
T. J. Duckett.
Being solicited by friends from dif
ferent parts of County, I announce my
self a candidate for tho office of Sheriff,
at the approaching Primary Elecion,
and will abide the ruies governing tho
B. F. BALLEW.
Tho many friends of Jas. W. Hen
derson announce him a candid ito for
Sheriff, subject to tho Democratic
Primary. He has served as constable
several years and as Doputy ShorilT
one term7~p Worming tho duties to the
satisfaction of tho public.
At the solicitation of friend', I an
nounce myself a candidate for Super
visor of Laurens ounty, subjaot to tho
rillos of the Democratic primary.
R. P. ADAIR.
I respectfully announco myself as a
candidate for ro-olectlon to tho oflleo of
County Supervisor for Laurens county,
subject to the rules of tho Democratic
H. B, Humbert.
I announce mysolf to the Damo
cratlc voters of I.aureus county, a can
didate for Supervisor, suhj-jot to tho
Democratic primary and party rules.
James S. Drum mono
FOR MAGISTR VTR.
I hereby announco myso f a oandl ?
date for ro-olectiou for Magistrate of
Laurens Township, subject to tho Dem
John M. Hudobns.
W, Y. Boyd, Esq., is hereby an
nounced as a candldato for Magistrate
for Laurens Township, subject to tho
I respectfully announce myself a can
didate for the office of County Auditor,
subject to tho Demon.atic primary.
JOEL a. SMITH.
I refpectfully announco mysolf a can
didate for re-election to the office of
County Auditor, subject to the Demo
c a. Power
FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT
I respectfully announce my?elf a can
didate for re-el"otion to the ofllco of
County Superintendent of Eduoation,
subject 'o the rules governing tho
Charles F, Brooks.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
I heroby announco inyso'f a candi
date for County Commissioner, sub
ject to the Democratic pr?nary.
Joe E. B. Kouerts,
I respectfully announco myself for
rc-oleotiou to the olllce of County Com
missioner for Lauren* County, subject
to tho action of the Democratic pri
I respectfully announce mysolf a can
dtda'o for the offloe of County Com
missioner, subjec; to the Democratic
W C. Dkck.
George C. Hopkins Is hereby an
nounced as a candidate for County
Commissioner, subject to the result of
the Democratic Primary.
I hereby announco mys-lf a cindl
date for the office of County Commis
sioner, subjeot to the actlou of the Dem
ocratic Primary. O. Clate Cox.
FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER.
I hereby announce myse'.. as a candi
date for tho oftlco of Railroad Commis
sioner, subject to the State Democratic
John H. Earlb.
Greonvllle, S. C.
1 respectfully announco myself as a
candidate for re-election t> Congress
from the Fourth District.
Jos. T. Johnson.
Wantkd? The p:ople of Sullivan
Township to know that I am a candi
date for Magistrate
Paul J. Roper.
For SALE?Oae thoroughbred short
horn cow. Fresh. Apply to
G. F. Dokroii,
Gray Court, S. C.
NEWS OF THE WORLD.
At the Populist National Conveut;on
which met In Springiiold Illinois the?th,
Tom Watson of Georgia received the
presidential nomination with Thomas
H. Tibbies of Nebraska as his com
panion on tho ticket.
At an election held July 5th, the
city of Charlotte N. C, went dry by
400 votes. Prohibition, tho dispensary
and saloon) were voted on, the dispen
sary receiving less than fifty v >te3.
No man or woman in the state will
hesitate to speak well of Chamber
lain's S'omao'i t?nd Liver Tablets after
once fying them. They nlways pro
duce a pleasant movement of tho bow
els, improve the appetite and strength
en the digestion. For sale by the Lau
rens Drug Co.
notk;e--Notico is hereby given that
one Isaac Dial is undur contract with
mo for the present year and has left
inv employ. I therefore forbid any per
son (from hiring or harboring him, as I
will enforce tho lawagains'. any person
John D, M. Shaw.
I AMONG. OUR FRIENDS.
Work has commenced on the now
Mi-ses Annie and Lizzie Rlchey are
visiting in Cokosbury.
Mr. D. A. Davis is at T?te Springs.
Rev. N. J. Holmes and wife of Colum
bia ere in tho city.
Miss Paulino Martin has returned to
Hodges af'.er a visit to Miss Grace
Mr. J. N. I.oake of Lanford was in
tho city on Thursday, and called on
The Advertiser. Mr. Leako is a
farmer after our own heart, and his
talk about cows, hogs, chickens and In
fact everything olse pertaining to the
farm was fu'l oi interest.
Misses Fannie Garrison and
Annie Hellams of Gray Court
were among the many ladies shop
ping in Daurens Friday.
The great sales at Simmons' and
Davis and Roper's brought an im
mense crowd of shoppers to
Daurens the latter part of tj|?
Mr. Edgar Hunter and bride
of Knoxville, Term., were the
guests for a few days last week
of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Nel
Mrs. W. E. Lucas left last
Wednesday for a visit of a few
/lays to Mrs. T. C. Duncan, of
Miss Sara Sullivan is visiting
her sister, Mr. X. W. Hostick
Mr. J. D. Watts left on Sun
day to join his family at Hendcr
ville. He will take his family to
T?te Spring, jTcnn. to dayfor a
few weeks stay.
, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Ray
returned Sunday from a stay at
Hon. B. A, Morgan and K. M.
Hlythe, Esq., of Greenville, have
been in attendance upon the Court
of Common Pleas this week.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wallace
went to Asheville yesterday for a
Tho Annual Picnic of Magnolia
Camp No. 166 will be hold at Wood
villc school house, Laurans county, S.
0., Au^. 3, 1001. All W. 0. W and
the public in general are cordially In
vited to attend and bring well fillod
baskots. Able frpeskors are expected
to be on tho ground.
J. E. WHAM, C ork No. 166.
State Superintendent of Kduoation
W.B. Merritt of Georgia will address
the Summer School one day next week,
Special attontion Is directed to Cope
land's Mid-Summer Cost Sale ad to
Mr. A. Y. Thompson of Ora was
among the promiueut visitors to town
Misses Hal tin and Margaret Jone?,
daughters of Rev. and Mrs. R. H.
Jones of Sumter are vislilog in the
Mr. Emory Machen Is In tho oity for
a few days from Columbia, where he
has iust completed a course in Me
Feat's business school.
Mr. R. A. Cooper, who is a candi
date for Solloitor, attended the State
campaign meoting at Union yesterday.
Mr. C. C. Featherstone went to Ashe
ville Monday to anpe?r before Judge
Pritchard In the Sullivan township
railroad bond caso which comes up
again for a new hearing.
Mrs. Henry Boozer of Prosperity is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Mattie Ow
Misses Ada and Lauri; HolUngsworth
of Cross Hill are visiting relatives and
frionds In the city.
Mr. T. H. Stall of Greenvillo is visit
ing his daughter, Mrs. W. W. Dodson
Rev. R. H. Jones of Sumter came
down from Glenns Monday to spend a
few days with friends In the oity. He
has been at Glenns abou>. two weeks
recuperating from a recent attack of
illness. For four years he w?s pastor of
tho First Methodist Church and his
frionds are delighted to greet him.
Tie Bird Bogs.
To THE Advkrtiskr:
A fine lot of birds have b :en hatched
and it's the bird dog loose on tho farm
that destroys morn young partridges
than any o'her ih'ng we have to con
tend with. So lovers of the sport, tlo
up the bird dogs,see that they Jo not go
a Held, especially tho young dogs. Let's
protect tho young birds and eggs.
Jno. D. W. Watts.
THE WEEK AT CLINTON.
Lecture Course H?ing Arranged?Mrs*
Davis Regent D. A R. Clinpfer
Clinton, July n. ? Misses
Clara and Virginia Young are
spending the summer with their
sister, Mrs. O'Daniel, of Norfolk,
Miss Eunice WofTord has re
turned from a visit to Monroe, N.
Miss Amelia Vance of Win
throp, after visiting friends in
North Carolina is at home for
Mrs. K. R. Aycock and chil
dren left Thursday for Jonesville.
Prof. A. W. McWhorter is the
guest of friends in town.
Mr. J. W. Copeland, Jr., will
travel this summer for the Alka
Iyithia Springs of North Caro
Mr. and Mrs. Thorn well Ja
cobs left Friday for Cannon, N.
H., the summer home of Mrs. Ja
Miss Laura Vance has gone to
Newberry to assist in nursing Dr.
Klisor, whose critical illness has
been noted before.
Capt. C. K. Hale is at home af
ter spending two weeks at Harris
Misses Dot Owens, Emma Mc
Crary and Mittie Young spent
last week at tue Riverside Cot
tage on Enoree River.
Clinton is to have a course of
lectures during the coining win
ter] by prominent lecturers from
various sections of the country.
The ladies of Clinton have or
ganized a Chapter of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution,
with Mrs. John Davis as regent.
Drntli or a Lady.
Miss Ida Heffornan, daughter of Mi*.
J. L. II( ffercan, diod at hor homo iioar
tli's city Saturday at ono oVlook i.f'or
a lingering iltnesSi Kho whs 11 young
woman oi zealous works and Christian
fa'ths. Tha burial services, conduotrd
l>y Rev J. G. Huggtn, wer.) held at
Laeaville Oliuroh Bunday afternoon.
Davis \ Roprr Have Great Sale.
Ti.o Mill Erid Salo has brought peo
ple to town In throngs the pa?t week.
Last Thursday, Friday und Saturday
were great days un l this week it keeps
lip. Yards ard yards of goods have
been sold but tho mjV p'cntv more go
ing at a barg!'.'.'!
Great Hush at Simmons' Store.
The Great Mid-Summer K.ilo which
begun at Simmons' Store last Wednes
day isst'll going on. Crowds of peipln
have visit d the store and always to
their advautago for great bargains are
going by tho dozen,
The Red Iron Hacket.
See ad in today's paper of Red Iron
Racket. A big sale is on thero.
LAUUFNS HAS FINE OPPORTUNITY.
Mr. C. H. Rop? r and Dr. W. II. Wash
ington Think Town 11ns Uood Show
ing to Get College.
Mr. C. II. Roper and Dr. \V. II.
Washington of the Citiz -ns Committee
wont to Columbia on last Wednesday
to meet the Committee from the Dlo?
oeSAD Council, p-eparatory to miking
tho olTort to have tho Episcopal School
iocutod in this city. B)th thes i gen
llomon roport tlr.it th?y worj more
th?n cordially received by tho Com
mittee, and were told that'while the
Committee was not organized, tor a&
yi t procured to take any definite notion
they wtre highly p'easod with Lau?
roDS, and were much gratified at the
interest?our peo|>lo wore taking i.i the
mnt'er. Boih Mr. Rop?r and Dr.
Washington returned much encour
aged and are confident that with the
[?roper effort wo will get U13 school.
Mr. (toper says that thu local com
mittee will moot at an early date to do
termine on some plan of action after
which the Committee which is lo locate
the School will ho invited to Lauren?.
WE HAVE A FEW
COTTON SEED HULLS
This is the last lot we can
get this season.
LAURENS COTTON MILL STORE.
T. C. LUCAS, Manager.
Is now in full blast, and will continue through
J?ly tt)e Z3td
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS
Bargains for Everybody. Everything New. You can't go
wrong with prices like these:
Edwin Clapp's $5.00 Oxfords
at $3.99 and $4.39.
Walk-Over $3.50 and $4.00
Oxfords at #2.74 and $3.29.
La France $2.50 and $3.00
Oxfords at $1.99 and 2.49.
All other Summer Shoes at
3.00 and 3.50 Straw Hats at
2.49 and 2.69
2.00 and 2.50 Straw Hats at
1.49 and 1.79
1.25 and 1.50 Straw Hats at
99c and 1.19
75 and 1.00 Straw Hats at
59c and 89c.
25 and 50 Straw Hats at
19c and 39c
The celebrated Dulchcss
Pants ;ii Cost.?"1.00 a Rip ?
1 oc a Button."
I,ion Brand and Eclipse
Shirts, new patterns, 2.00shirts
1. 1 *>; 1,50 shirts 1.19; 1.00
shirts 85c ; 75c shirts 63c ; ^oc
Kali re line of NECK WEAR
and BEL/TS at reduced price
5oe line 39c. 25c line 19c.
Genuine Scriven Drawers
69c, 50c Drawers and Under
shirts al 3<)c. 45c Drawers and
Undershirts at 19c.
Remember that this is "The One Price Store." We have no favorites, and
when a reduction is made it is for every one who is awake to Bargains.
No old goods, or odds and ends are offered in this sale. Everything is new,
simply rather sell them at cost than to carry them over. Call and be con
vinced. No goods charged at these prices. Customer's shoes shined free.
PARKER AND DAVIS.
Platform Silent on Money Question?
Sensation Created by Parker's
The National Democratic Conven
tion which m^t in Pt- Louis last week
10 name a President and Vice Presi
dent end to declaro a platform waa in
s's'ion from Wednesday noon until af
trr midnight .Saturday night.
.Judge Alton B. Parker of New York
was nominated ou tho ILsl ballot as the
standard bearer of ihe puty and ex
Senator Davis of Wo-t Virginia was
chosen by acclamation ps his running
Tho platf irm adopted is regarded
sifo end sound and is satisfactory to
all tho prominent leaders. As the re
sult of a compromise between tho gold
and silver leaders, the platfotu con
tains no money or Income tax planks.
It was in some respects one of the
most notable and sensational Conven
tions ever held.
The complete elimination of Bryan's
domination of tho party was ono of the
chief results of tho Convention, t hough
the distinguished Nobraskan was given
abundant opportunity In tho commit
tee rooms and In tin ball to test bis
powers of oratory and leadership.
The South Carolina delegation voted
solidly for Parker. Senator Tiliman
was a consp'cunus llguro in the pro
ceedings, especially on the committee
on platform and h's cmduct f r tho
most part was oharicterlznl by con
vorsatlsm and moderation.
Gov. Hey ward was an enthusiastic
Parker nun from (irst to last.
Ex-Governor Shoppard was one of
the honorary vice presidents ard upon
his leaving the Convention before ad
journment the honor fell to Mr. War
ing of Columbia.
The proceedIrgs of the Cmvention
were open* d Wednesday at noon with
Representative John Sharp Williams
of Mississippi as temporary chairman.
Champ (Mark of Missouri was made
The platform did not reach th-3 Con
vention until Friday evening.' Immedi
ately after its adoption tho nominating
spocches began. Mr. Littleton of Now
York in a magnificent speech nomina
ted Alton Brooks Parker and senator
Oarmsok of Tenness-jc seconded tho
nomination. William R. Hearst of
New York, CockrcH of Missouri and
several others wore placed In nomina
tion during the night. Shortly before
? l o'clock Saturday morning a ballot
\v..s reached, the Convention
having been in session a'l
night ()n the first ballot Parker re
ceived (i.'?s v Ais. Three State? quickly
changed to Parker, with 11) vote3, mak
ing the total <>7" or 10 more than the
two thirds majority. On motion of
Chamo Clark of Missouri, sjcondei by
Pat Collins of Massachusetts, the
nomination was made unanimous.?
Judge Parker was notified of his nom<
tuition at (i.:iO, whilo he was taking
his morning's swim in the Hudson.
The Convention re-assembled Situr
d.iy aftornoon to none a vice pre?I
tfoiit. 15 foro tho proceedings liad
m nit: any progress, tho Convention
Was ihr own into wild excitement over
ll o report that Parker had sent a telo
geam didining the nomination, and
there were all kinds of rumors re
gitrding iho dispatch alloat<
Tho toiograni hid been rtosived by
Mr. Sheohan of New* York and on mo
tion Mr. Sheebao was requested to
send tho in ssago to the dertk that the
i'onvtn ion might know Its contents.
Ho complied and the telegram was
read by Gov. Vardoman of Missis
sippi. Parier simply stated that ho
was a gold Democrat and that Inas
much as t he platform ad iptod was s'
lenton the money question ho b-Moved
bis views should be known before tho
Convontion adjourned, so thut if his
position was unsatisftotory another
man could lie nominat jd. This of
course throw tho Convention into
great confusion. Some of tho loadors
lo$t their hoads and sum: their tem
A conference was hold and soon an
answer was prepared tosend to Parker,
saying that tho mono ary fctlbjeot was
not an issue, and thoreforo he could ac
uopt the nomination.
Senator Davis, Williams of IHinots
and soveral othors wore placed in nomi
nation for V.ce President. Davis was
The Democratic nomioco for Presi
dent, Judge Alton B, Parker, Is52years
old and is Chief Justico of ihe Court
of Appeals in New York, lie has al
ways been a Democrat and w ms elected
i Mi icf lustico of New York by (1,000
majority over a Republican six years
ago. Ho has indicated that he wished
lo bu uotlfioi formallj of his nomina
tion at an early date so that ho might
got Into the campaign at onco and re
main until the finish.
tientlfiii'-n of the Jury.
The fol'o.ving Jury was drawn Sat*
urdsy for the General Pessiors Court,
which convenes Monday, 25th:
OR Workman, JC HdUms, W H
AtHstlo, Jr , W G Kos-, w P Clardy, A
N Uranl?te, o H Chandler, vv s Hat
ton, u .ii or ll. Rryson, E K Ray, J P
Ma" In, .1 ll Mot. s, Geo. Ii Carter, W
PC ine, W W Maddin, d A Godfrey,
AC lir mlett, J Y Cooley, J I Cooe
hnd, A J Monroe. Tally F B?bb, W.T
Do dv, J M DeShield.*, J H Hill, W A
Henry, S L Cooper, J R Martin, E W
Martin, T J Blalock, W H Holt, W T,
TeSKuo, Co). C Hopkins, G I*1 Hsiley,
W 8 Power, J P Simmons, W Q Boaz
ftcAi * i! a 'to KlT.d Yvj ll.rt Mwag BougM
THROUGH THE STATE,
Tbo Slate Conference of the Womens
Missionary Socletv was in session at
Bennettsville last week and will hold
its meeting next year at Chester.
Messrs. Beverly Herbert and
Pcttigrew Venter left on Thurs
day for Europe. They are sent
out to solicit immigrants by the
State ImmigrationBureau and go
armed with a great supply of
literature treating of the resources
of Scuth Carolina.
Stockholders Wanted hi Person.
Presldont Dial of the Ware Shoals
Mamif icturing Co., fays that ho wants
every stockholder in the Company to
come in person for the meeting on July
2l8t. Ho wants them to see what has
been done and what is being done, and
to show a personal interest in the
Tho ??Progress" Host to State Press.
The Union Progross has invited the
State Pross Association, in session at
Whito Stone Lithia to visit Union to
morrow afto.-noon as its guests and the
cd tors will doubtless be handsomely
entertained. Tne city of Union will
ask tho Association to hold its meet
ing there next year.
An Interesting Family Rilio.
One of Iho most interesting family
i\licj This Advertiser has ever seen
was brought to tho cilice on Friday by
Mr. J N. Jone i of Ware Shoale. It was
the copy book of James Neely, the
maternal gr.ind-fathcr of Mr. Jones,
and bore tho date 1812. It is home
a ado, r^al linen paper sewed together
by luud and bound in heavy cotton
c'oth, spun at home. It is full of
quaint spelling and tables of weights
and measures unhc ltd of by tho pupil
of today and there arc questions in
arithinatic and examples worked out
which would probably be hard lines for
? he pub'io robool pup Is. James Neely,
the owner of the copy book, left school
to enter the Mexle n War and was a
bravo soldier of tho Palmetto Regi
K. F. IPs Form State Organization.
The rural letter carriers of South
Carolina met in Columbia on July 4th
and formed a state organization with
the following ollicers: D. C. Hayden
Orangeburg, president, 11. A. Sligh
of Rlighs, vico prbs'.dont, H. E. Bonn
of Ndesas, secretary, Jos. Hartman
Newhorry, troisurer. The association
Is to meet aonually on tho Ith, of July.
WORKfNG NIGllT AND DAY.
The busiest and mightiest little thing
that ever was made is Dr. King'= New
Life Pil s. These pi Us change weak
ness iuto strength, listlessnoss Into en
ergy, brain-fag into mental power.
They're wonderful In building up the
health. Only 25c i?r box. Sold by Tho
Laurens and Palmetto Drug Go's.
At BabVs Meadow on tho 29th.
Thoannu'tl picnic at Babb's Meadow,
which is always one of the big gather
ings of the s immer, will be held on July
29th. Tho public is invited to bo present
with wo 1 filled baskets. Several speak
ers will entertain the crowd and their
names will be announced 'a'.or. It will
bo a jolly occasion.
NIG II C \V AS 11 ER TERl 10R.
"1 would co igh noirly all night long"
writes Mrs. Ohas, Applegate, of Alex
andria, Ind., "and could hardly get any
sleep. I had consumption bo bad that
if I walked a block I would cough
frightfully and spit blood, but, when
other medicines foiled, three $1.00 bot
tles of !).?. King's No v Discovery whol
ly cured mc and I gained f>S pounds."
It's absolutely guaranteed to euro cou
ghs, colds, La Grippe, Bronchitis and
all throat and lung troubles. Pried 50c
and $1.00. Trial bottles free at The
Laurens anI Palmetto Drug Go's.
Whats Doing at Wares Shoals.
Wares Shoals, July 11, ?04.?The
Drops in this section are good, Mr. J.
?. Marlin having tho best in tho
ncighh >rhood. His crop will avorago
about kueo high.
Mr. Wyatt Golden and wifo have
moved to "the Laurens Cotton Mill
Mr. Wilmot Smith and family a-ro
visiting Mr. B< L. Henderson at
Messrs. Will Daniel, Ford South
und E. Cooper wcut to Pel/.er for the
Tbo candidates aro keeping thinga
tvavm up in i his part of the county
It is said thai the Wares Shoals Mfg
Co. will buy cotton this Fall which if
truo will bs a great help totho farmers
in this vicinity.
SAFEGUARD THE CHILDREN.
Notwithstanding all that is done by
boards of health and charitably inclin
ed persons, tho death rato among small
ohOdrjn U very high durind the hob
weather of tho summer months in large
cities. Thoro is not probably one case
of bowel coinpla nt in a hundred, how
aver, that eoul I not ho cured by tho
bhnely uso of Chamberlain's Colic,
(Jholor.i and Diarrhoer Remedy. For
salo by The Lajrons O.ug Co,
THE LADIES favor painting their
churches, and therefore we urge every
Minletjr to rcmomoerwo give a liberal
quantity of the Longman ?fc Martinez.
Paint toward tho painting.
Wears and covers liko gold.
Don't pay $1.50 a gallon for Llnsoed
(worth GOceats)which yon do whon
you buy other paints In a can with a
paint label on It.
?< & ti miko f4, therefore whon you
want fourteen gallons of paint, buy
only eight of L. & M , nnd mix six gal
lons pure Linseed Oil with it, and thus
get paint at less th in $1.20 per gallon,
m my houses are well p.tlntt-d with
tour gallons of L. A- M. and three gal
lons of Linseed Oil mixed therewith.
These celebr.itod paints are sold by
W.L. Boyd, Lanrons.
Clinton PHARMACY, Clinton.
NO PITY SHOWN.
'?For years fate ?vas after me contin
uosly" writes P. A.Gulledge, Vorbona,
Ala. "I hid a torrlblo ease of Piles
'.?auslng 24 tumors. When all fallod
Buck tin's Arnica Xdve oured mo.
Bq /ally good f .r burns and all aches
and pains. Only 2fto >.i The I^aurena
and Palmetto Drug (Jo's,