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AMONU OUB F1UFNPS.
Frank Anderson of Wulorloo was In
Mr. W. W. Jones sp:ut yes'erday in
Mrs. O. W. Babb returned Monday
from a visit at Cokesbury.
Mr. N. A. Cralg of Greenwood was
In the city Monday.
Mr. aod Mrs. W. H. Gllkprson spout j
Sunday at Princeton.
Mis; Pauline McCarley has rotun od
froin a visit to friends io Lexington.
Seven families caino to the Liurens|
Got ton Mills It.st \v ek from Catuden.
Mr. G. W. Tune returned Saturday
fiotn a two weoks' visit at Cirtorsville,
MIm Mattio Wistmore'rtDd of Green
ville is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Mr. Heiry Sproure has returned
from a woek's visl*, in the Dials and
M?"3. G Si fVB^'avy arid Mis. J. H.
Boyd visited In 'ln> RabJn Gre k sec
tion lust week.
Mr6. W: E Na-di and liltlo daughtor
of Olin'on vlsiied Mr. and Mr.*. J. E.
Mr. Stewart Miller of Greonwood
visited his mother and ether relatives
in the city during the past week.
Mrs. E, W. Bannister of Vance's
Oraugehurg county is visiting her ?is
terp, Mesdames O. W. .B.bb aud W.
Mr. B. J. Well?, member of the Stato
Board of Education and one of the
prominent young educators of the
Stato, spent Monday in the city. lie
has been cleotod principal of tho Hop
kins High School, Riehland county.
Mr. W. P. Turner, one of tho leid
Ing citizens and su ceatful farmers of
the county was in town Monday from
Carroll, Cross Hill township. It has been
five years since Mr. Turner visltod in
the city and h i whs coidlally greeted by
all his friends.
Mr. Jas. E. Mieter of Sedalta was in
tho c;ty Monday on his v?av to Now
York aud o her Eastern markets, lot k
ing out for the Clothing, Shoes, Hats,
and Dry Goods bargains which will soon
be open for your Insp otion at J. E.
Mluter & Bro.'j store, this city, and at
Mrs. Elolse Shell and family are vlr
iting Mr. and ryirs Kufus Duulap ut
Mount, i He th's woek.
Mrs. Swann of Toxas and Mr*. Brown
of Johnston, nieces of Mrs. Elois?
Shell, were her guests for sever.tl days
Misees Mary Bowon and Nellie Holt]
were the guests of Mrs. John tl. Hun
ter near Clinton last week.
Mrs. W. H. Washing on hnd little
daughter have returned from Frcdioks
Miss Benn'.e Brown of Cross Hill ar
rived last Wednesday to visit Misses
Edna and Annie Sitgreavcs aud other
friouds in towu.
Miss Mary Boyca, one of the most at
tractive young ladies of Cross Hill, was
iu (he city on a shopping trip Thurs
Mrs. Frank Fuller of Mountviile was
among last Thursday's visitora to Lau
Messrs. Marion and Hal Moorman
aud Willie Swltzer have returned from
a trip to Atlanta.
Mr. T. Strother Simpson arrived in
Laurens la&t Wednesday from his homo
at Wlnona, .Mississippi. Mr. Simpson
loft Luurens 11 years ago when a mere
boy and is on his tlrat visit to his old
homo. Hla parents were Mr. John
lWells and Mrs. Susan Simpson of Lau
fens. He has been the guest of his
jro'her, Mr. Edwin P. Simpson and
btier relatives In towu and for tho
ist day or so Pas been visiting Mrs. N.
Davenport and Mr. M. T. Simpson
|at Cross Hill.
Mrs. J. O C. Fleming and children
[went to Due West several days ago to |
visit her mother, Mrs. Jane Todd.
Mr. R. F. Fleming, who has b.en
very ill for many weeks, is, we are p. lud
to state, to far recovered an to &o to his
home near Greenwood, where it is
hoped he will soon entirely regain bis
Mis. T. H. Nelson is in Baltimore,
Philadelphia and other Eastern points
buying a splendid stock for The Hub
Mrs. Nelson is an experienced buyer
and her customers always have the as
surance that she is well up on fashion's
Mr. W. G. Wilson Is in New York
buying his winter stock of dry good*.
His reliable and handsome line of goods
will be up to the usual mark this sea
Mr. S. M. Wllkes is buying e'egant
furnituro, beautiful rugs, etc., in the
eastern market, where he went on last
Miss Perrin Roberts of Charleston is
visiting Mrs. Samuel L< Saxon.
Mr. John H. McCuen of Hollo.i and
Miss Mamie McUuen of Princeton vis
ited their sister, Mrs. W. L. Taylor last
Wednesday and Thursday.
"For several years my wife was
troubled with what physicians ca'led
sick headaches of a vt-ry severe char
actor. Si;e doctored with several emi
nent physieiaus and at a great ex
pense, only to grow worse, until she
was unable to do any kind of work.
About a year Hgo *ho began taking
Chamberlain's Stomach and Ldver Tab
lets and today weight more than fho
ever did boforo and U real w.li," saya
Mr. Ceo. E. Wright, of New London,
New York. For gile by Laurens Drug
Co. and Dr. B. F. Posey.
Mr. Abney Returns to Columbus, *h\
Mr. John T. Abney, wh > has boen
Supaiintendent of tho Laurens Cotton
Mills a year and a half has redgncil bll
position and returned to Columbus, Ca..
his foimor homo. He has recently or
gan zed a company for the purpose of
building a new 20,000 spindle ml I iu
tbate'ty. Mr. Abney and family re
turned to Columbus last week.
Announcements undor this liu.nlin,
must bo acootnpanltcl by vim reo,
Throu Dollars. AuaOUh emouts to
run after tho first Primary.]
Ft?TTuTCl'E s EN AT K.
At the solloltatlon of friend* I have
decided to hdiiouiru myself nsaeaudl
date for the St ?tu Sonate, mbjeot to
tbo Domoerutlo Prlmury.
_ F. P. McG'OWAN.
" FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
I respeottu ly announce myself us u
candidate for the Hou?o o< Repre<
seutatlvos, subject to tho result of the
R. Dunk BoYD.
I rosi>eetfiilly announce myself u oau
dldtite for re-oleotion to tho Hoiisj of
Representat vcs, subject to tho result
of the Demoerutio Primary.
W. 0. Ikuy, Jb.
1 hot-oby announce myself bs u eun
didtito for tho Lojjtslnturo, stihj'ct to
the Demoorat'o voto of Laurous
J. H. Mn.i.Kt;, M. 1 >.
At tho solicitation of friends from
the different parts of tho c tutity, I
respectfully unuoanue myself u ouudi
dato for tho Legislature, subject. ti> the
rules of the Democratic Primary.
W. 1'. HARRIS.
0. C, Featherstono, Rsq , is heroby
nunouueed uh a candidate for House of
Rupro'cntutives from Lnuron? Cmmly,
subj et to tho notion of tho Deiuo
era io Primary oleetlon.
FOK OLEKK OF COURt\~~
l hereby aunouuou myself a Cindi
duo for Clerk of Court tor Lturent
County, subject to tho r . s-tl. of thu
upproauhlog Primary Election
C. E. GRAY.
The name of John A. Franks i
heroby presented to Ihn Democratic
voters of Laurens county ai a can ti
dato (or Clerk of Court, subject to llie
rules govorning tho party Primary.
1 rospoctfully announce my-elf a
candidaio for Clerk of Court for lau
rens County and promise to discharge
tho bus nesa of said qiHoo us in the
past according to law and the host in
terests of the people. I will cheerfully
abide the result of the Democratic. Pri
mury Election. Thanking nil for
thi.ir past favors, I urn respectfully,
John K. Bolt.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for ro-olectlon to tho cllled of
County Treasurer, subject to the Dem
JOHN 11. 00 PEL AND,
I respectfully aunounoe mysolf a can
didate Tor Coroner of Laurens county,
subject io the Democratic primary.
R. 0. ha1rston.
1 h !?? by announce my oandidaoy for
re oieciiou to th-3 oQloo of Coroner,
subject to tho rules of tho Democratic
I announce myself a candidate for
Corouer fur Laurens county, subject tu
the Democratic primary and pans
J. B. ? osijy.
The many friends of J. P, Caldwoll
announce nlni asaoundldnte for sh. rltV
uf Laurens county, subject to the Dem
oeratic Primary. FKlRNUS.
1 heroby announce my candidacy for
the ulllco of ShorilT of Laurens county .
Will abide the result of the Detuooratlo
J. TIIOS. PEDEN.
Tho many frlindsol Deo A. Wharton
knowing his merit and qtialllluutlout
combined with his superior dotcutive
turn of mind mos* rcspic.fuily suggest
him to the voters of Laurens County as 1
a worthy and suitable candidaio i"i the
Sheriff's Olliee 111 the upproao
ehuiion, subject to the rules of tiie
Fill kn us.
Being conscious of the fact that I have
faithfully discharged the duties ol the
Sheriff's uQlce fur tho prosont term, to
tho host of my ability, and believing
that 1 have the endorsement of the ma
jority of the peolo of Laurens County
to ihis end, I would again announce
myself a candidate for re-election, sub
ject to tho decision of the Democratic
T. ,T. Duckbi t.
Poing solicited by friends from ?Iii- 1
ferent parts of County, l announce my
self a candidate for tho otHoo of Sheriff,
ai the approaching Primary Eleo;ion, 1
and will abide tbo rules governing the
B. F. BALLEYV.
The many friends of Jas. \V. lion- ,
derson announce him a candidate lor
Sheriff, subject to the Democratic
Primary. He has served as constable
several years and as Deputy Sheriff
one terinTpjrforming the duties to the
satisfaction of the public
At tho solicitation of friends, I an
nounce uiysulf a candidate for Super
visor of Laurens county, subj >ot to the
rulej of the Democratic primary.
it. P. Adair.
f respectfully announce myself as a
candidate for ro-olectlon to the ofllce <>
Cuunty .Supervisor for Laurens county,
subject, to the rules of tbo Democratic
ii. B. H?MHKRT.
1 announce myself to the Demo
oratio vuters of i aureus county, n can
didate for Supervisor, subj-jot to I i<
Democratic primary and party nil
James s. Dkummono.
FOR MAGISTR vTK.
I horeby uttnouiico myso f a Candi
date f'jr re-e'ectfo3 for Mn^istriit.?* of
Liurens Township, s'lbj-ict to the Dem
John M. HuDuKNS.
VV. V. Boyd, Esq., I? hereby an
nounced as a candidate lor Magistrate
fur Laurens Townsbip, subject tu tho
FOR AUDI rOR,
I respectfully announce myself a can
didate for tho office of County Auditor,
subject to the Deinociatic primary.
JOEL A. SMITH.
1 respectfully announce myself a can
didate for rj-eleotiou to tho oillco of
County Auditor, subject to ths Domo
C. A. POWER
FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT
I hereby annoiinc i mypolf a caudldalo
for County Superintendent of liduci
tton. Sunject to the result uf i he Pri
mary election. It. W. NASH.
1 respectfully announce my*e] a can
didate for re-election Io iho ollleo ol
County Superintendent of Kdtica ion,
subject lo the rules gnvviving the
Charles f. Broi >uy.
I'oi: RAILROAD COMWISSlONEII
I hereby announce myso'.. is n c indl
date for the office uf Ratlroid Comnibi
siotier, p object to the State Democratic
John 11. WARLl .
Greenville, .S. C.
?H >K CONGRESS*
i respectfully announce myself as a
candidate for rc-clectlon t'i Oongress
from tho Fourth District. Subject to
i ho Democratic Primary
JOS. T. Johnson
I OU COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
Tho fr'onda of VY. F. I'ulloy n-spcot
fully suggest in i ii ini" ?o tntj voters of
Lahr ns Cp?Oty as ;* s tillable man for
iho Otlloo of County t omin ss'o >er, Hnd
knowing Iiis pood btis'tiMH nudities
nod prao leal jildgi in ii i. q| that iho of
Boo . in bo In Saf buud? i?> the ovout
ot his election.
1 hereby aoucunoe uayuo'f a oundl
dato tor Count- Commission or, sub
ject to tho D imourat lo pr Mttry.
Jui: Ii, I!. UOUBKTS,
I lospyoifniiy announce my^eT for
r< oh'otlpn to ili ? oilloo ol County ( om
mbs'onor tor Laurens Uouuty, subject
to tho notion i>i the Do. nioo ratio pri
1 respectfully unnttttuoe mysolf u can
didate for H o olllu? of County Com
missioner, s j* jeos to the Democratic
W c. DKOKi
Q cor go t;. Hopkins is hereby an
noinoed us a omdidutt f? >r Cuuntv
Commissioner, siibj iet to iii" result of
tho Democratic I'' unary.
I horoby aurrjuttco tnyaelf a o*iidl?
duto for the iiioo o( County Commis
sioner, subj c ' o the aotlou of t bo Dom?
uc u i ? i 'rhu ? ry. o. ci.atk Cox.
Till) AM Kill CAN PKOPLI3.
Tho Na'lon'il Dtseasi Is nervous pros
tration. .' hat i to bs tho resu'tof all
t'Is hurry, woiry aud work, s mu
tinies uv sometimes under-Chtlug,
always uudor sleeping, bruin aud brawn
in e ii-tan-, stato of igitutidn aud uti?
rest slooping bally, dreaming, toss
ing, wuklng? Dr King has duvis-d a
remedy if lined aright. King's iron
Ton e Killers steadies the nerve",
builds Up tho waste, glvot now start
Hold u'ider guarantee by The I'ahnulto
Hutu Raga turnips should bo plauted,
W. C. 1RBY, Jr.,
Attorney at Law,
LAURENS, S. C,
Mr. J. L ti iin- s, Thomasvlllc, said;
"After recovor i ;,r from a >p Ii ol f< vi-r
my syvtrun was rundown, and ior three
mom hfl I did not work IT:o first bo'.
do of I) *. Ki it's Kuhu-y a-.d Liver
Iton edy tot me to going. I usotl three
bo' 11 s, ii ml urn now a > stout as whom* u
V n.it; nun." h'eo Tbo Palm It i Drug
Uo. about it.
College ol' v lutrieston,
Ch.w.c lou, S. (J.
Letters, Si o i*o, L'legiusori >g. On*;
scholarship, giving froe tuition, loeaoh
:ountv or South ; uro I na '1 uitiou $?!?).
Hoard aud furnished imoiii Iu Dorm!?
lory, $10 a month All osnd'daWH foi*
id<nhsio<j an pormittod to compote for
irauanl Boyoo toholar.-hip* which pay
Moj a year. For catalogue, address
PUTS AN EN I) TO iT AI.!,.
A grlovoujt wall oftli es uomos us a
?esuli t.f unbearable pain from over
jttxed orgms. Dl/./.'uess, buolciclio,
[jlvor complaint and Constipation.
Ilm th?nks to Dr. King's Now Lifo
IT Is they p it an end to t all. 'Pi ?y are
;outlo, but thorough. Try th-iin Only
.'?*? e nta. Guurualood by Laurens Drug
'<>. a id lJaloiotto Drug Co.
J. N. LEAK,
Oflcrs Iiis services to the peo
ple of Laurens County,
EN !) OK UlTTEU FIGHT.
"Two phy<h I ins had a long au 1 stub
urn lU'ht w tb an n eoss on mv i-ight
itug" writes J. V I lug lies of DiiPont,
la., "and gave inn up, Kveryb^dy
thought my tim ? had <? nun. As a last
'Oiort 1 Iriod Dr. King's New D scov
u'v for Consuoiptlou. J !r; bouullo I rc
selvod win striking aud 1 was on my
loet in a fow days. Now I've mtiroly
?<:; lined iuy heultll." It e >ni|iiers all
?o. ^Iis, e.olds and throat and llttlg trou
liles. Guaranteed by I. tun ns Drug Co.
md 1'allilOltO Drug Co. Price ?? cents
md * i .00. Trial bottles fro?.
All kinds of fruit so un to he pleni iful
md of good quality.
Til K DEATH PENALTY.
A little, thing sometimes results in
Joath. 'i'lins a more soruieh, Inslgn'fl
ianl cuts or puny bills have paid tiie
l<- ith pen ilty. 11 is wise to liavo Huek
jon'ri Arnica Salve ever handy, h.'s
tiie best Stlvo ou e.ii'th und will pre
vent f.ta'ity. wlieu bu ns, soros, ulcers
Mid pi e- threuten. Only 25 cent* at
Laureus Drug ?.' and Pa'inot'.o Drug
!> 11 11 ? j i c in j: > t. Ibt'ir tickets
1*1*1 it toil for tho Primary a'. Tub A u
SKI IDK I'KKVK.N I 111).
The t'irtling annobacetnont that a
provontiyC of sulcldt had bioti disoo>f?
prod wil iuL r st many. A run down
system or despondoucy invu inbly pre
o?du suioldo and soiubthlug Ims b en
found that wil! v vvv.' Ihuv condit'oo
wiiicii makes sutoido Ihely At the
llrst thought of self do^f tioth n take
Kile trio IMttOM. It being a gro it tinlc
and nervi no wi 1 s rongihon the uerves
and build up the s stein. It's a Kreut
8l iu nh, Liver and Kidney regulator.
Only fiuoun s Satisfaction u mrautcod
by Tue i aureus Drug! o. ami Palmetto
I >rug Co.
I n K AOVKUTlfctKIt j??'? ollle; o.iu 0x0
onto all kiudi <? job ivork promptly
A WARNING TO .duril Kit
Too rnuub oaro cU'inol h; mod with
?, null idiildrou during th ? hut weatror
? ii ibe sumuier mouths 11 lmi r.l u/alnst
bowel t, <nil>: As a ruls it s only ne
i) ? ?ury lo givo tho child a doin ol cas
tor oil to orroot any disorder of the
bowels. Do nol two any substitute, but
give tho old-fa hioo d Oil, and m-o
that. It ??? fresh, i s rancid < ii naiwates
ai.d has a ton onoy to gripe. If ihli
do s n/vt check tho bowels glvo Cbani
h rlalu's Colic, i holoi'ii tin I Diarrhoe!
Lloinedy and Ihonadotoof castor oil,
and the d s us" may bo ohook^d In its
I nol pi nr.. ami all du iger avoid d. Tho
cft-sttr ol aid ihs roinoly should b i
proi ? 0 at once ui d ke|?t rondy for in
Sl ml nn'.- a < hoc) ? ar> tl ? IIr t iadieat on
nl n iy bowol li'oub'o appeals. This is
ho most sine ,-tui treatmoni known
imi may bo rol'Oil u.?'u with IroplloU
iDiiiid-r.c. ? evec ii ei si^s or oholora in
f an turn. Porsnlo by The i aurena Drug
Co und Dr." B. F. rOsey.
Prepare your ground thoroughly for
Crimson clover. Should be sown in
Houdaclie and Neuralgia
Cured by N??rvaL'lne. For ealo by
Laurens Drug Co., W. W. Hudson at.d
[ttll other Druggists.
furman university, ^S;?
Coureses leu?l.'itf to tho dogroes of Bachelor of Arts (Li. A ) acu Master of
Arts (M. A.)
Library, Heading Uoom, laboratories Largo and Coinfoi t ibi-: Dormilori s.
Expenses riduovd to h .Minimum.
Next session b-glns Sept. 14. For rooms apply l'o l'rof. 11. l\ Uook. For
Catalogue or iaforumtloii, address, Tho Seoretary of tho Faouln .
IT MA?E HIM SHAKE
I wish to Buy a word la praise of Dr.
King's Improved Chill and Fever Ton
lo. I bad chills for ono year continu
ally, and irlod ail tho chill ionics I
could got an I aim doctor's prescrip
tions, but ail failed to cure. Hart of
ono buttle nuHroly cured me, and have
not hud chills since. I rocommend on'y
King's. T. F HOW A HI).
Sold by Tho Halmotto Drug Co.
Road tho advortl-mg column* of THE
NOTHING ON THE M au K 1ST
EQUAL TO IT.
'Nils fact is Well known to drujg sis
<;Vi nwhoiv, and niue out of ton wl'l
give their eusiomors this preparation
When the best la asked for. Mr. Olio
Witu er, a prominent druggist of Jop
llo, Mo., iu a olrcular io his ouit inieis.
s.iys: " 1 hero u nothing on thn markot
in the way of patent medicine which
equals Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel com
plaints: We sell an 1 recommend thi>
preparation. Pur sale by Liuivns Drug
Co. and Dr. H. F. Poaey.
MANAGERS PRIMARY ELECTION.
Tbo following ii line] persons have
been appointed t j conduct tho Primary
Eh clou in the several Townships,
which takes place Tuesday, August
Club No. 1.?It E Habb, J H Peter
son, ? a Sullivan
Club No. 2?J Wad Thompson, A R
Sullivan, Albert Jtiunago.
Watts Mills?J N Culbc-tson, J M
Fowler, W c* Jones
Laurens MiUs?J W Snoddy, Charles
P Martin, W 1$ Hlakely.
Clinton No. 1-?John D Davis, Robert
J Copsland, G D Smith.
Clinton No. 2, Old Mill?Bruno Hun
ter, E Y McQ town, J M Rick man.
Clinton, No. II, Lydia Mill?J A Smith,
W A Payne, G M Davis.
Mountvil'e?M BCrisp, Hogan Motes,
W D Pyloa.
GMdville?J N Brown, M W Oxner,
llopewoll ? J L Crawford, J Floyd
Work mm, Jim Mi lor.
Pleasant Mound?J I' Cray,.! Cloud
Murtin, W E Martin.
Youngs Store?C P. Martin, W W
Wallace, Wm Bobo.
Stewart's Store-George Cook, C 11
Leonard, W C Stewart.
Abe Cook's Store?E 1. EdwauD,
Watts Prttton, John Cook.
Ekuut?A B Culbortson, TH Burts,
R E MoDadl-1.
ivp. Pleasant?G M Moore, J W Fow
ler, P W Madden.
Waterloo ? Ii A Anderson, Joe
Poarco, Wash Long.
lip Top?Austin Anderson, R. W.
S ins, Sam Pucko't.
Daniels St ne -J PJo.ies, W L Co>p
e , BL Heudenon.
SardlsChurch?Tboa. LJohusou, Sr,
R J McCrar.-, Hamp h:lone.
<>'Poll Church ? Watts Dean, Joe
Payne, Tum Di lard.
Tumb'ing Sinais? Waltor Cheek, .)
L Baldwin, J Hump Hellams.
Princeton?A J Monroe,G L McCuen,
J Ii Machen.
Br< worton--T D Elodge, BE Simp
son, T J Crawford.
Woodville?SO Babb, J E Wham, W
Rhlloh?R C Wallace, F D Bolt, J H
Gray Court-W H Barksdale, D L
B-ooks, W W Yeargin.
Dials?J H Curry, D B Godfrey, R R
O -vi tigs.
Power?R L llonry, R C Owlngs, J L
Ora?A Y Thompson, W Bi Harmon,
() L Hunter.
Langston J W Blakely, Hob Donnon,
Cros3 11 ill Township.
Gros* Hill?E L Wells, A M Hill, M
A Portruit Pree. *
For a short time we will give a
fine 12x16 inch Portrait, Free,
with each dozen Cabinet Photo
graphs. This offer is made to in
troduce our original Negative
Portraits. Call soon.
2-dt. McCord's ?Studio.
For Any Person Who
Takes a Bottle of OUR
( Nature's Remedy. )
Tho Great Blood Purifier, Kidney mid
Ijlycr Regulator, ami Receives
A Guarantee. Goes With Each
And the druggist signs the guaran
tee. You run no risk in tho trial. Our
Now Discovery is not im alcoholic
Stimulant, Which is worse than no
stimulant, but it is lh> g o it building
lip and purifying remedy, purifying
the b'ood and cleansing the system
from all Impurities, which given new
I fe and vigor to overy organ. It pos
itively cures all blood diseases auch as
Ii.ehing 8kin, Pimples, Ec/.otna, Blood
Po son, Scrofula, Hh-iumatism, nnd it
restorca the Nervous Kystom to its
Normal o mdition, produces a healthy
appetite, tones and regulates the heart,
and It rejfQjates tho Kidneys, Llvor
and Bowels. The use of u single bottlo
w 11 convince any ono of its wonderful
curative p-oportles. For sale by The
Laurens Drug Co.; W. W. Dodson.
Has your namo been enrolled on tho
Democratic club iistV
Faculty (14 Sludouls 020
Six I )c |t 11i in en I
College, Graduate, Min
ing, Law, Medicine,
Pharmacy. : : : : :
Kiptipment v ?lue 1 :.t $')M0.()')0.
Si'v* nt? o i Bill lings. Now
Oymn isiuin, Strom.' LI onir/
Societies. ActiveY.M.O A.
Broad Cu.turo uud Muni'moss.
For uati'loiiiio etc., address
'> F. P. VENABLE 1
CHAPEL HILL, - N. C.
C au? W. C. Railway.
Schedule lu elleot July 17, 1!H)4 :
l,v Lau re us .2 07 p m_10 15 a to
ar Greenville.'A 25 p UQ.1 00 p in
ar Spartnoburg ;i 40 p m
hi- Tryon . 5 t)7 p m
ar Saluda ? 17 p in
ar u* n lers uvideU 20 p m
ur Asbeviile 7 16 p ui
lv AsbevlUe .7 16 a m
lv Henderson villu 8 i0 a m
lv Saluda.8 iu a iu
'v TYyon .it 15 a in
ur Sparenburg tO 20 a in
lv Spuriiiuburg 12 Ol p m
lv Greenville.12 l? p m 5 40 a in
ar Laurenj .I :t"> p m 8 10 a in
lv LAP 1J 13 NI 50 p Ul
u Gro ii wo nl .., 2 Hi p in
ar Augu la ... 5 21 p m
lv Augusta.10 10 a m
lv Grooou ood 12 11 p in
ar Laurens.1 46 p m
Leave Angus'a, tiuhi No >i!l, tbiily
rxocot Su'uluy, 2 :tf> p, m : No 118, Son
day on y 7 00 a, mi rrlve AHoiiil i'i
?I '50 p. in ; 8 55 a. m.; Charleston 7 10
p ui, 11 5.i h to, lleuufort 0 30 p. to ;
|105a i" : Port Hoyal 0 40 p. m., II :!<>
Piilhn.in o im helwo n Aucusta and
S:? t'tatii'u g For Information in io*
L'ii il to rales, i to , odl on or address,
0, II. (i s.| ie, Ag't, Luteen>, S C ;
Ceo. T. Uryuu, G in'l Ag't, Gruonville,
S. C; E nest Willi im*. Ooiierul P...s
senger Ag't, Augusta, Cu.
W. 11. Dial. Agent,
The Fidelity & Casu
I hereby acknowledge re
ceipt of Fifty Dollars as pay
ment in full, under my roli-|
cy of Disability, for recent
two weeks' illness. Thank
ing you and the company
i for prompt and liberal settle
ment of my claim and recom
mending The Fidelity & Cas
ualty for just and honest
dealing- to my friends, and
the business public generally.
David A. Davis.
Are the months to
sell farm lands.
List your property
with me and let
me find you a pur
j FOR RENT
[Store Room now
occupied by R. P.
Miiam & Co.
M. L. Copeland,
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONUS.
FI UK INSURANCE.
A Liltle Care Will Save
Many Luiiroiis Headers
Watch I he kidney BUCl'OtlOns
See that, they h ive tho amber buo of
Tho disohsrges no' ixocssivo or Infre
Contain no "brlok-duft like" sediment.
Doan's Kldoov Pills will do this for you
They watch the kidneys ond euro them
whon thoy'ro nick.
J. H. O'Dell. of Factory Bill, mill
hand, snys: "I have ho ?n SUITeiing from
bnokrohe for a long while, At times I
could not work on eocountof tho ach
ing acroFs tbo small of my back and the
dull pain pave mo no rest dny or night
[ con d not stand straight and if I sat
for a bit and altem pled to arlso I had
to cateh hold of nomothing to pull my
rotf up. Tho secretion* Irom the kid
neys were verv rod, full of s'dimont,
aflcr they stood for a while. I could
not, retain them any length of time und
had to rise often at night. I tried sev
eral bottles of highly recommen leil
remedies and used liniments, but noth
ing did me any good until I got a box
of Doan's Kidney Pills at the Falmett i
Drug Drug Co- and used tliein accord
ing to directions. They gavo relief
almost at once and since using thorn too
kidney eocrotions have gotten elo r
and natural and I do nut bavo lo
get up at night as I used to, whilo Iho
buck oho lias all left me.
For sale by all dealers. Prico 50 oft?,
Fnster-Mllburn Co.. HulTalo, N. Y.,
sole agents for tho Unitod Statos,
Romember the name -Doan's ai.d
tsko no other.
About D r a peri e
There s nothing in the world will make or mar the appearance of your
home so greatly as the Curtains in it. A room fitted with pretty Cur
tains is more than half furnished
W.U. KNIGHT. U.K. HAU!?
knight & hahb,
Attorneys at Law.
Cf ?V Will praotlco in all tli'' .Statu ami
Kedi rn.1 Courts. Strict attention ui >.ll
bii Ines?Intrusted to them
O llu? ilfi-rttiUlrti, iSlmoiOUrt' Ii illil'i,?
Wi' have n Full Slock
of the well-known
Ajax Portabio Ifiiiglnos
and can make prompt
Prices Right. Catalog on
(11IIBKS M ACHl n kkv C< >.,
Columbia, vS. C.
tievi if t
u i Col.8 i'
We guarantee a lit or money
PALMETTO DRUG CO.,
Laurens, S. C.
L. M. SPEERS
Newborry, S. (j.
DEAL-ER I INI
Marble and Granite
THE NEW NERVE TONIC
AND KIDNEY CURE.
(lonnnpfl (lie Klilnoyo nud Rlmlrtor, nurlflcn the
nitKiil. I'tiiM Flosh <>ii thin paopln. StretiRthenH
I he Nerve?, Clenrti Ilia Drnlu. Ciiren Nervi hih
Doblllty, litHomiiln, Knlllna Memory. ItetMoreH
ili<- Vim, Vloor, Vitality null Stronatli < i Youth.
In both wcnR Men Ami Wonion.
Thin Nrw it. i.s.v nrnrkflllko Mnale, hui lunln
sollt tcU-linriiilr< WoIkIi yourself before inking.
Prioo, 60 cty-i 12 boxes, SB.OO, by mull.
Wo will eheerfullv refiiml the money It von uro
uot beiuiitu il. Try It and bo eunvluood.
Laurens Drug Co.
?ooil spirit* don't all ooma from Ken
turkey. Their main sour?e i* tho liver
and nil tho flni spirits ever outdo Inj
thi' 13 uo Grass State oonld not romedy
ii bad liver or th? huudred-atid-ona ill
effects it produces. You can't hav
uootl spirits and a bad liver at the H .me
time. Your liver must be in line shape
If you would frei buoyant, happy und
hopeful, bright of evejight of step,vig
orous and Buooeiafnl in your pursuits,
Vou ran put your liver In Ins rondl
lion by using Green's August I'Mowor
the greatest of all medicines for liver
and stomach and a certain euro for ?.ii
pepsin, or indigestion. 1 r. h.:s been n
favorite household remedy lor over
thlrty-llvo yoars. August Ploweis will
m ko your llvor healthy and rtcllve and
thus Insure yon a liberal Rippert of
"Good Spirits." Trial size, 25o; regu
lar bottles, 75c. At all drtigurlste.
THE stationery you |
use is your represanta- ?
Does it represent you
properly or improperly?
If it is attractive, styl
ish and of a good qual
ity it will create a favor
able impression upon the
mind of the person who
receives the letter.
kj' Our stock contains a
fine array of boxes con
taining the splendid
writing paper made by
celebrated paper makers. It comes in all colors and
tints and in many qualities.
-Just now some specially good things at moderate
Dodson's Drug Store
and Sale Stable.
I have bought out the Livery business of
C. S. Fuller. 1 will conduct a First
Class Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.
Always on hand safe horses and nice
turnouts at reasonable rates.
Kentucky saddle and harness horses.
Give me a trial.
J. H. Davis,
Opium, Whiskey and
All Drug Habits
Cured Without Pain at
II you are addicted to these habits
v? 11 think you will quit it, You won't;
you can't unaided; but jou can be cured
nod restored to your former health find
vigor without pain or the lo?s of an
hour from your blisinesi at a moderate
v st. Tnc medloino builds up your
health, restores your nervous system
10 its normal coodhi n; you feed like a
difiVrent person from the beginning of
treatment, LEAVING OFF Till",
OPJ mSS AFTERTUE FIRST DOSE.
VTnu will .soon bo convinced and fully
satisfied in your own mind that you
will be cured.
Mr. T. M, Brown,Ol DetJuG*^ Ark.,
say-: "Over seven years ago I ?was
cured of the opium habit by your medi
cine, and have continued in tho very
best of health slnco
Dr. W. M. Tunstall, of Livingston,
Va,, .sayt>: "I am glad to say that I
firmly believe that 1 ;,m entirely and
permanently otirod of *.ho Drink ?abi?,
as l havp nevor ev< d bo much as wanted
a drink in any form ?inco I took your
erudioator, now eighteen months ago.
It was the best, dollar I ever invcstetl "
Mrs. VirginiaTdwnsond, of Shfove
port, Lft., writer-: "No moiv. opium. I
have taken no other remedy than
yours and I make no mistake when 1
s:?y that my health Is better now than
it ever was In my life, and I owe it to
you and your renr dy. It has been
twelvo years sinco I was cured by
For fu'l particular address Dr. B.
M. Woolley, 801 Lowndes, Bidg., At
la.its, Ga., w ho will send you his book.
n. b. Dial- A. C. Todd.
DIAL & TODD,
Attorneys and Coun
sellors at Law.
Enterprise Dank and Todd Ollico Build
LAURENS, S. O.
c ur n
AI your tJrun !itoro. Munt/ re
fundjj II It dojs you no ?.iod utttr*
SIMPSON & CO?PEI
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice- in all State Courts^
Prompt attontlon givento all business.
Dr. Chas. A. Elicit,
Law Kani?p. J
Special Notice?i have just received
a lino line of fall ??nd winter samples Oi
all tlio latest styles. Prices to tuilt the
tlmos. Pants ma-.lo to order from $1.00
up. Suits mado to order from $1200
up. A lit is always guaranteed! i also
Invite you to join my pressing olub,
only frl.oo per month. Phon'' lpo, Mln
ter bii?.lie,.'. /
E. J . ?ANCY, tailor*