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AMOXJ OH IC FRIENDS.
Mr. fr*?1 McCarley of Baton Rouge,
la.tfterafcw jays visit to Mr. and
Hjri. J- N. Hudgens hss returned
? \MMin- R K- Copland and O. W.
Shell spent a day or so In Columbia
I hit week.
Mrs. S. W. Vancn and Miss M?ry
Boyd went to Greenville Friday to visit
Dr. ?od Mrs. Frauk Ferguson.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Harris and two
c'iildreo of San Antonio, Texas, are on
a two months visl*. In this section. Mr.
? Sffci'iLs is a Georgian and Mrs. Uarrh
its MUs Lalla Martin, daughter of
Mr. M. Wartin of Young's township.
Thoy wero the guests last week of Dr.
mil Mrs B. K. Martin. ThiB week
they are vUitlng up in Youags. Mr
Harris **J* the crop* In South Texai
sre generally very good. Cotton is
openiug right along and picking has
oommenced lu many places.
Mrs. J. Monroe King of Eaeley and
\ Mr*. Sarah Turner of Greenville wero
' guests last weok of Mr. and Mrs. Thos.
Messrs. Thos F Ray, Thrs, Ray,
Jr., and Knox Simpson and Misses
Josephine Fuller and Hattio Boulware
ipent last week at Siomp Springs.
Mr. W. T. Austin, ono of the most
prominent citizens of the county, was
In town Friday from Oro*? HIH,
Mr. Gary Bailey of Clinton was in
the city Wednesday.
Bishop Joseph H. Key, Southern M.
E Church, writes: "We gave Dr. Mof
fe'tt's "TEETHIN A" (Teething Pow
ders) to oar little grandchild with the
happiest, results. The effects were al
most magical, and certainly m >re sat
isfactory thsn from anything wo ever
rtd." "TEETHINA" (Teething
.wrder)countoricts and ovcrcomos the
effects of the summer heat.
Lanrens Reclaims Good Cfllz-n.
Mr. James A. Summersett, a firmer
popular citizen of ih's city, after a res
idence of several i ears lu Columbia,
bat returned to Liurens a"d is resid
ing at 121 South Harper street. Mr.
*8ummersett is train mas1 er for the Col
umbia, Newberry A Laurens Rsl'road
and Is very popular wlih everybody.
He and his interesting f?mlly a-e
warmly welcomed back to Laurens.
?tomach ancf Liver Tablet*. They in
vigorate the liver, and the digestion,
'froRulat?s the b ?wo s and prevent bil
ious attacks. For sa'e by the Lauror-s
AU the News of Ty'crsville.
Messrs. j. II Powers, H. M. Chaney,
J. R. Duncan and koy Powers have
cone to Tennessee this week for a visit
"Mr. Larry DiUard is at home from
Miss Lula Blackwell of Duo West is
visiting at Mr. j. P. Dillard's.
k Miss Annie McKinley is visiting the
PWisios Clarke this week.
| Miss Lula Chaney is visiting her
r brother, Mr. Ernest Chaney.
Misses Belle Craig and Dot Murphy
Of Ora, visited Mr. J S. Cralg Monday.
Messrs. Edgar andColler Burdette, of
Laoford, vislud at Mr. Peterson's last
Mrs, Laura Bsfs, of Langley, Is visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. j. War
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Abercromble and
Jesse Lea visited Mr. and Mrs. E. D.
r.. Chsney last Monday.
Mr. Will Myres and family visited at
Mr. T. P. Poole'a Sunday.
Rev. G. M. Boyd held a good meet
ing at Sandy Springs last week.
Mr. Willie Chaney visited Roy and
Mirvin Sanders Ti.osday ntght.
Misses Bertie and Nora Wstson, of
Cross Anchor, visited at Mr. C. A.
Mr. C. A. Owings, of Cross Anchor,
visited at Mr. Ernest Chaney's Mon
Mrs. Lucy Glenn, of Philson's, is vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. Fred Little.
NIGHT WAS HER TERROR,
"i would cough nearly all nightlong"
writes Mrs. Ohas. Applegate, of Alex
andria, Ind., "and could hardly get any
sleep. I had consumption so bad that
if I walked a block I would cough
frightfully and spit blood, but, when
other medicine* failed, three $1.00 bot
tles of Dr. King's New Discovery whol
ly cured me and I gained 58 pounds."
It a absolutely guaranteed to cure cou
ghs, colds, La Grippe, Bronchitis and
all throat and lung troubles. Pries 50c
and 11.00. Trial bottles free at The
Laurens and Palmetto Drug Co's.
BIU DAY AT WARES SHOALS.
Barhecae and Picnic ? Stockholders
A large number of Laurens people
intended the big 'cue and picnic at
^wrares Shoals Thursday. A tremen
dous crowd was there, the counties of
Greenwood, Greenville, Abbeville and
Anderson joining in with Laurens with
large contingents. The serving of the
barbecued dinner was a feature of the
occasion. There was p'enty for every
The croads spent the day in visiting
^he mill, power house, b:g steel bridge,
?-he dam and canal, etc.
P The stock holders meeting was held
In the ofllce of President Dial. His
annual report was submitted, showing
everything to bo in a most exc*)J?nt
The following board of directors was
then chosen for the ensuing year, J. O
C Fleming, W. H. Rlchey, N. B
Dial, W. L, Gray of Laurens, C mgress
naan J. T. Johnson of Spartanburg and
Gadsden E. Sbands of Columbia. At a
subsequent meeting of the directors,
Mr. Dial was re-elected president and
treasurer of tho company.
Steady progrc.su is being made on all
the work underway and It Is the expect
atloa of tho company to have the mi'l
in operation ea-ly next winter.
Messrs. Gallighy and Bramletf' who
a-e grading the railroad spur from
Blrmores arc on the fourth milo and
will loon finish up their contract
For Infanta and Children.
Tbu Kind You Have Always Bought
*OR FI8CAL YHAR, 1903.
To His Honor, the Providing J?dKo
of tho Court of QoMfiSouionofor
Lauron. County, July Term, 1?04.
Hunter No. 4.
AUio Wood, 4j M
? 1 (i
WvF Rico, 2000
- .1 j*?00
Hunter No. 5.
K R Ayoook, Oo 00
II m a
W A M Pltxoo, 25 %
44 25 00
In? Vinw, 25 00
; " *5 00
" " 25 00
" M 25 00
'* " 25 00
M. L. 8ion, 3o 00
" M to 00
" M 3o 00
" " 3o 00
Fronde Kennedy, 3o 00
?? 80 00
The J W Oopeland Co, 74 51
Ellen Johnson, 25 00
I H Alston, 25 00
Janie Langford, 2o 00
" " 2o 00
" 2o 00
Hunter No. 6.
M L Brown, 80 00
Genevieve Boozer, 80 00
44 41 30 00
" 30 00
41 80 00
?? M 80 00
Genevieve Boozer, 30 00
*4 3o 00
MCH Dillard, 25 00
Hunter No. 7.
C A Nance, 2o 00
" " 2o 00
Lalla Workman, So 00
Jacks No. 1.
Gena Henry, 13 00
Homer Henry, 5 75
M S Bailey & Sons, 3 5o
J T Robertson, 132 2o
Lyde E Milam, 25 00
" " 25 00
?* 41 25 00
" 25 00
41 *4 25 00
?4 ** 25 00
? * 25 00
" 25 00
" " 12 5o
SAO Martin, 20 00
" " 20 00
" 20 00
Jacks No. 2.
Minnlt Wallace, 33 00
m 85 00
" 83 00
" " S3 00
? ?m 33 00
m 11 33 00
m 11 g5 00
m m 83 00
I) P Millar, lo 00
m 11 to 00
Jacks NO 8.
Nannie Slmpton, Oo 00
m 40 00
m 15 fx,
m ?? 4ooo
" 4o 00
hm 4o 00
m m 4ooo
m iO OO
A D Pater, 28 10
Herbert Alexander, 2o 00
m m /)0 00
Jacks No. 4.
B F Copeland, 80 00
.? II. Ferguson, 80 00
? m 25 00
h ft 48 00
11 m 35 00
m io OO
? " " 15 00
' 1 " 1 25
Jacks No. 5.
Mattlo Young, W 00
m 33 OO
" " 25 00
m 25 00
?? 23 00
" 25 00
" 25 00
Lula R Johnson, 2o 00
?? " 2o 00
it " 2o 00
'/ ff 2o 00
J J DilUr/l, 2o 00
" " '*o qq
?? m 20 00
?? ?' 2o 00
Jacks No. 6.
J II Payne, 13 23
Ella Peterton, 25 00
?? n 25 00
? ? 25 00
// 25 00
" it 28 00
2 5 .qq
William Byrd, 18 00
ScufTletown No. 1.
Oh*rise F Brooks, lo 00
J R Todd, 5 P9
Lucy 81o?n, 93 00
?? m JJ5 03
m I? 35 00
mm 35 00
mm 35 00
m m 35 00
m " 85 00
Pulton It B)ftko)#y, 2o <*>
f) 2o flo
ft m 40
H f? 2o o#
0. _ Soofnetown No. 2.
Ohas. F. Brooks,
? K MetU,
r> ? 1A Scufnetowo No. 8.
P*lin?tto Drug Co.,
C A Saxon,
? I II
SoufTtetown No. 4.
J W Donnon,
Ohas. ?. Brooks,
T P Poo\
C A Pully,
M Alice Little.
R Y Klblea.
Minnie B .Smith,
ii it 1
_ ? ? Ora No. 12.
T P Byrd, Treaa.
Chaa F Brooka,
? General Fund.
Cbaa F Brooka,
?i ii '
Hurrioano No. II.
The J W Copeland Co.
Myrtle Year gin,
Fountain Inn, t B.
H B Dom 1 nick,
Sallio J Johnson,
Lanford No, 10.
Maude L Drummond,
Cha? F Brooke,
8 M & E H Wllkee,
Emma D M.?*eey,
Mountvllle No. 10.
Brooks & Jones,
J H Motes,
W P Culbertson
Dr B F. Godfrer,
J R Culbertson,
W H Young,
C D East,
C L Poole,
? i i,
B F Godfrey.
J T Poole,
J L Donnon,
J W Davis,
J W Beason,
0 L Poole,
T B Duckett,
S 8 Knight,
J Lee Young,
? i ii
W H Dial,
M B Roberts,
1 L W Bailey,
8 F Blakeley,
J R Fowler,
Jes?e H TeagiK,
J W Young,
B F Posey,
it E Hughes,
E W Plnson,
J H Miller,
A R Fuller,
W E Goddard,
Mptelsy 4k Roland,
J R Anderaon,
Laurens Roller Mills,
S M Sc E H Wilkes,
W L Boyd, agent,
ii * *(
J E Minter A- Bro.,
W S Gray & boom,
Dorroh St Peden,
S R Todd,
W G Wilson As Co ,
J M Pitts Sc Hro.,
W O Itasor,
J H Sullivan,
ii ? i
HP Milam 4t Go,,
S M A E H Wilkes,
Lauren a Hardware Co.,
Brooks Sc Jonos,
? I ii
Gray St, Shealey,
J M Pitts,
Crisp A Hlmmons,
J M Pbllpot,
Todd, Simpson ic Co.,
M H Fow!er,
A G Edwards A- Ho,
Laurena Iron Works,
Wo b* canMnusd.)
Tke cause of ninety per cent of alt dtdtaro
Is a f.uilty digestive and drainage system?the
stomach, liver, I Idneyl and bowels. Let one
of these organs runic clogged or iuopcrs
tive, there rcmain> \ tlio system many pol?
sons that will, in tune, breed disease, difficult
to correct. One should never allow even a
temporary Stoppage ul ;:ny oue of these or
pins? they should be kept constantly in per
fect working order.
Is positively the Ideal corrective of all Inter*
nsl ailments. It is iv t a patent medicine,
but an honest, vegetable preparation, extracted
from the bark of a species <f the Hydrangea
plant. Its curative properties arc numerous.
It is a mild cathartic nil alterative?diuretic,
soothing, healing and tonical. An occasional
dose will keep the wl lo system in perfect |
condition and will net as a safeguard against
Seven Barks ,ias Ix-ai on the American
market for over thirty five years. Its distribllti i ?
have reams of high-praising leiten from peo
ple in every walk of life. Thousands of fam
ilies are never without u bottle. The olucs,1
friends are our best.
Test it for yourself
Ask your druggist for a GO-ccnt bottle, and if
it does not do all that is claimed, take the
empty or partly consumed bottle back and net
your money. One New York City druggist
sold 720 hottlcs on tili? basis before one dis
satisfied purchaser asked for the return of his
LYM AM BROWN. Pharmacist, N. Y. City.
Laurens Drug Co.
A Personal Letter to Business Men
DEAR SIR: How about Insurance?
We presume you believe in it. Wo
fur her presumo that jou carry insur
ance, ono as a protection for your faint,
ly,?the other as a business protection
But in ca?e of acoidenttor illness t>v
both and the resultant loss of the time
that Is ihe mo t proolous of all your
possessions ? perhaps your slock in
trade, -haveyou insured that? If not,
Y.?u aro a hundred limes more likely
to b- hurt thin have a lirc*, and death
only oxnoi onsn I aoc;dent lusur*
anco covers accldenta' death.
I reprt-sent tho Company that Inf urea
the b-st aid mo t liberal contracts lhat
aro written, wh'oh h is abundant assets
and a settle of ju-uice and liberality
that will make your heart g'ad should
you ho unfortunat?? enough lo he ill or
get hurt. Aeoident or illness giants
immunity to no mau?no* oven to you.
W. U. DIAL,
Agent of the Fidelity ami
HAVE YOU A TEMPER?
Answer Before Reading This,
Some peop'e have worms and often
don't know it. The doctor is too polite
to tell them. Ho o aro eomo of tho
symptoms: A t-iok feeling at chest, a
choking cough with tendoncy to fag,
sudden uneasiness and p..inj in stom
ach, itching around c irners i f n ife.
All these, and m >rr?, Indicate worm*.
An irritab'e temper is one of th'i pur
est sign* of Worms in adults and chil
dren King's Vorinifugu. is tho OU e,
and it is sura. P.ir very young chil
dren give Ring's ?'? Iii oindy, which
is pleasant-t; s"es g\>ihl. Children iik<i
it. Tho pric j lor e:.oh is 25 e :nts.
Pom i years ago I sold oao of my cus
tomers, Mr.?, of this place, n l>o\ of
Dr. King's Worm Candy- IJ is wife had
boen in bid he.ilth for some lime, and
he urged her to take some Worm can
dy. She, of course, did not want lo
take it, but after s ;me very strong ar
gument ho finally prevailed. She. took
four Lo/.jnges according to directions,
and passed sixty thr o worm*. Sh-'
had b 01 taking medicine from several
phys'olansand they did hnr no good.
He i ? willing to ho qu .Tilled lh<t 8 ; i
of the worm* wo c a fool long. I lo .ils >
gave his child some of the Candy and
it passed threo worm*, making in all
sixty-six worms from one box of Dr.
King's Worm Candy. This tostlmor?
la' isentlr.dy unsolicited, but I thought
it my duty to Inf rm you of the merits
of the Worm Candy in this t action.
Yours truly, Wnlt-r B. Raker,
Jone?vllle, N. C.
Sold by The Palmetto Drug Co.
the ladies favor painting their
churches, and thorofore wo urge ovcry
Minister to remcmborwo give a liberal
quantity of tho Longman ?fc .Martine/,
i 'dint toward tho painting.
Wears and covers ilko gold.
Don't pay $l.f>0a gallon for Llnsoed
Oil ( vorlh (10 cents) which you do when
you buy othor paints in a can with a
paint label on it.
8 & (J make I I, therefore whon you
want fourtoen gallons of paint, buy
only eight of L. & M , and mix six gal
lons pure Linseed Oil with it, and thus
get paint at less th in $l.'2() per gallon
Many louses aro woll painted with
four gallons of L. ?.V. m. and Ihn e gal
lons of T^insecd Oil mixed therewith.
Those Ccdobratcd paints aro sold by
W. L. Boyo, Laurens.
Clinton Pharmacy, Clinton.
Headache and Neuralgia
Cured by Nervalgine. For salo by
Laurent Drug Co., w. w. Dodson at <i
all other Druggists.
w.b. knight. U.K. iia 1111
KNIGHT & HABB,
Attorneys at Law
W Will practice In all the State and
Federal Courts. Strict attention to all
biiblncsn intrusted to them
Office tip-atalm, Simmons' R.illdlng
W. Y. BOYD,
Attorney at Law.
Will practico in all Stale Courts.
Prompt attention given to all business.
We guarantee a lit or money
PALMETTO DRUG CO.,
Laurens, S. C.
fo -a. m i? cy xn. je j& .
*?* ?j9 ^k\n& Vo>> Have Alwajs Bour.M
Ihe Kind Vw Have Alviritjs
For Any Person Who
Takes aBottlo of OVH
1 lie Great Itlood Purifler} Kidney und
Liver ttogulator? and ttecclYoa
A Guarantee Goe3 With Each
Aud tbo druggist steed th ? guaran
tee. Y> u run no risk In di ? trial. Our
New Discovery is not in alcoholic
s'linna'it, which is worse than no
Btiinulunt, but it is ths great build
up and purifying remedy, purlf
the boon und olcanning the system
from a.I impurltle?, which *.'iv<'> new
l.fo and vigor to overy org.in. I pos
itively 0UI O3 tlU blood ilis'.is s tmob as
Itching .Skin, Pimples Ko/.oma, Blond
I'ii ?().', Sorotola, lib um tisni. and
ro-.toros tlio Norvoib System to its
Normal OiUidittoo, prodtiues a healthy
spp tlte. tmi'sand iqgulat".-* th< hoar',
nnd it tvaulate-i th* ICiduoys, Llv r
and How -Is. The us.? of 0 Blu flu bot' I ?
will convince any one of lw wonderful
curative properties. Formula by Tho
Laurens Drug Co.; *V. \V. Dodsou.
We have a lfull Sb i I
of the well-known
Ajax Portable Engines
and can make prompt
Prices Right. Catalog on
GniuHS Macuinkrv Co.,
Columbia, S. C. i
Ours tho Kind Yoti Hj?JU?g Bou$i
?ir-iattu? /', ? . 7\.~
The Kind Yon Ilavo Always Bought, mal \.
in use for over ;j<) years, lias boruo 11?:
and has been made imdr
" jCJ^^^y~~^t" s sonal supervision since Its infancy*
aSyy, /?ccteA&li Allownoonotodceoivoyou inthis.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and ??*Jn8t?ns-good" uro F>ut?
Experiments that trillo with and endanger tho health ot
Infants and Children?Experience against Fvpcrinicuto
What is CA3TORSA
Castoria Is ;v harmless Substitute for Castor Oil* Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups, ft is Fleasnnt. li
contains neither Opium, .Morphine nor other Nur
substance. Ks ago is its guurnntco. It destroys Wornin
and allays Fovcrishncss, It eures Diarrhoen .. "1 Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency, It assimilates the Food, regulates (!;?
Stomach and Bowels, giving ti<mlthy and natural sleep.
The Cldldren's Panacea?Tlie mother's Friend*
Scars the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always BoogM
Bn Use For Over SO Years,
THE CtNTAUf, COMPANY, 77 MUIIHAY flTIIL t T. NCW VOflK CtTV.
WE HAVE A FEW
COTTON SEED HULLS
This is the last lot we can
get this season.
L4URENS COT TON MILL STORE.
T. C. LUCAS, Manager.
4 have bought out the Livery business of C. S.
Fuller, I will conduct a First-Class
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable,
Always on hand safe horses and nice "turnout:*, at.
reasonable rates ? Kentucky saddle and harness
horses. Give me a "trial.
J. H. DAVIS,
rUONKSl. PULLER'S OLD STAND.
L_A URENS7S. C.
nach ine Shops,
U/Fl nC?All) Engines, Saw Mills, Threshers,
TT L IVCI /Uli Gins and all Kinds of Machinery. Make Cast
ings of all Kinds.
flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shingles, Laths, Framing, Moulding,
Doors, Iiliuds, Sash, Dim.-, Cement and Hair.
Selling Agents lor The Rapid Fire Hay Press.
jrKcT' Mail orders will have prompt attention.
H U DGENS BROS.
When You Insure Your Life
Select a M issachusetts Company
under the "Massachusetts System,"
[which guarantees equity to all.
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co
OF BOSTON, MASS.,
Oldest, Largest, and Strongest
'Piiis Company offers exceptional inducements to men
of energy an I integrity who would like to enter the
business of life insurance. Writ is i?*or Particulars.
JOHN Y. (jARLINGTON, & CO.,
DtSl'ART.MtSNT M AN AG 1$ RS. lyAURtSNS, S. C.
In order to close out a few cases of the celebrated California
YELLOW CRAWFORD and LEMON CLING PEACHES, we
have reduced the p. ice lo 20 cents the can or 3 cans for 50 cents.
This fruit is put up in heavy syrup, in 3-pound cans.
Also, i few cases of that delicious Maine packed CANNED
CORN?lender and .sweet?1 ^ cents per can.
DYSPEPSIA CURED FREE!
Wanted! 100 Genuine ('uses of Chronic Dyspepsia,
Who will each receive, free of Charge, a regular bottle of
the S. GROVER GRAHAM REMEDY for
LMie Grover Graham Dyspepsia Reined .- is sold under a positive
guarantee that it will t un- Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Gastritis or any
form of stomach disorder, no matter how chronic or severe. The
very first dose removes all distress, tones tlu weak stomach, pre
vents fermentation and restores digestion. Every nerve and fiber
of the body depends upon the stomach for its support. When di
gestion c< ases a slow form of starvation begins, and the vital or
gans, deprived of their StlbsistaUCC, bccotUc debilitated. Good di
gestion is essential lo health, proper assimilation of nourishment
means pure, rich blood, strong nerves, sound sleep and makes life
worth living, The most chronic case of stomach disorder is imme
diately corrected l>y our remedy.
Write for Lecture on Dyspepsia, free, S. Grover Graham Co.,
Newburgh, X. Y.
Remember! The Grover Graham Dyspepsia Remedy is Guar
anteed l<> cure, and in evidence of the desire of the proprietors to
convince the public of the wonderful remedial properties possessed
by this preparation, they have made arrangements to distribute,
FREE (>1,N CHARGE, lOO of the regular bottles to genuine cases.
Cutout this advertisement and present at the druggists mentioned
LAURENS DRUG CO.,
LAURENS, S. O.