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AHONU OUR FBIENDS. |
B. Taylor of Princeton w?s io
W. H. Thotnaeou of Youugs was in
the city Sunday.
Messrs. J. D. aod Roe Culborteon of
Kkom were tu iho city Friday.
Mr. aud Mrs. W. D. Boyd of the
Ilopewell section were lu the city last
Mrs. I\ C. Bat'.lo ami ohlidron of
Matthews, N. C., are visiting io tho
city and county.
Mr. C. II. Rope.-, Cashier of tho En?
terprho Bank, speat th > past week>t
Mrs. W. J. L-^ko has returned, from a
vNU at Yfoore's und Is aga'u with her
eon, Mr. T. D. Lnko.
Mrs. R. P. Brysm of Clinton spent
last week with tho family of Mr. L. S.
Madden near the city.
Mlssos Lillle Mil'er, Florence Brue
ning acd Ro?u'lo Franks vis'tod at
Ninety-Six last week.
W. H. Smith gO'S to Bonnottsville
to day to tRko a position with the Ben
nolt-.villo HorJwa'O Company.
Mr. T. C. I.u a*, manager of tho
&aurens Cotto i Mills Store, l< fpod
iog sotnotlms in tho mountain*.
Dr. 13. 0. James, President of tho
Groonvillo Ft in ile College, vitdted
Prof B. Y. Culberbson at Madden one
day labt wook.
Malcolm Smith of this city ins r.e
coptou a position with Sa nuol A.
Rigsby, a loading dry goods merchant
Mr. J. 0. Copo'.aud, a prom'nent
young business nun of Uuion visited
his brothor, Mr. H. E. Copoland, a day
or two the past weok.
Mr. J. L B<tldwiu of Hickory Tavern
was among th^ number of young f inn
er* who called at ftlE ADVERTISER of
fice last Th?rs lay to sre the bull wee
Mr. C. T. Willard of Goor/ia, who
formerly had oharge of tho Standard
Oil Company's busin jus hero, liiu boon
returned to Uuirens by the Company
aud assumed his duties last week.
Gov. H-iyward has refused to pardon
Robert and John Henry Floyd, two
young negroes of Cross II'll township,
who were sent to tho penitentiary from
this county for livo years for man
Mr. A. M. Robertson, of Equtllty,
Anderson county, spent Thursday
night in the city. Sinco Friday ho has
been visiting his brother, Mr. Yau
Robertson at Waterloo and his son,
Mr. John Robertson, at Clinton.
Mr, G. W. Cunningham, Professor of
English at Howard University, Ata., is
At home from Cornell University,
where he has been taking a special
course this summer. Do will'return to
Alabama about the 1st of September.
Subscriptions to tho Advertiser are
duo one year in advauce?and we ask
nothing moro of our subscribers. But
when wo get a check which carries a
man through oleven-twelvths of l!i(X>.
as wo did one day hist week from a good
friend at Coronaca, it makes the dull
days of August look bright.
Mr. G. W. Cunningham, Professor of
j?nglish at Howard University, Ala.,
is spending a few days at Madden with
his father, after a Bix" week's stay at
Cornell University, where he pursued
a special course, in English in tho
Summer School of that institution. Mr.
Conningham will return to Alabama
An a few d*ys, probably this week.
Death or a Youth.
Homer tttone, the thirteen year old
son of Mr. and Mrs. \Y. L. Stone of Mt.
Bethel, died at his home August 18th
and was buried at the Mt. Be-he
Church yard on the following day.
H. 0. A. Club Entertained.
Miss Julia G?kerson was at horn 3 to
the N. C. A club Friday forenoon from
ten thirty to half past twelve. The
guests were charmingly entertained on
the broad piazzas which had been es
pecially and effectively decorated for
he occasion A programme at once
niquo and varied had been arranged
y the hostess concluding with the j
serving of an exquisitely delightful
alad course. Those present wore:
Misses Josie Sullivan. Martha John
stone of Newborry, Lalla May Dial,
Mary Todd, Carrie Bess Vance, Flor
ence Wilson of Greenville, Nellie Boyd
of Clinton, Donie Counts, Annie
Wheeler of Columbia, Clio Adams,
Zeleno Gray. Grace Simmons.
The Candidates Uraterul.
At the campaign meeting Friday at
Wallace's Lodge tho candidates held a
prlvato meeting for the purpose of
passing suitable resolutions and thank-,
to tho people for the many kindnesses
and courtesies extended during the
Mr. John II. Copoland was selected
as Chairman and Mr. C. F. Brook*
Tho resolutions wore offered by the
Hon. F. P. McGowan and aro as fol
Whereas, the people of the cmnty of
I.aurons have extended their most 11b
eral hospitality to all the political can
didates whilo making the canvass
through tho countv and among the
rounds of the campaign, thus Having
the candidates many miles of travel
and much exponso and then contribut
ing much to their comfort and hapjii-j
ness. Whoreforo Bo It Resolved.W the
candidates of Laurens Ci
That wo extend to A the pooplo of
the county our mu^^?Oftrt-felt thanks
and gratitude foj#nc courtesies, kind
ness and hospijfy *<> freely bostowod
upon us durijjJP",s canvass and cam
paign, butt we pledge ourselves anew to
evor work for tho unity, peace and
prospority of our County and State,
August 2?th, lOOt.
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* OoMrtdrt. 1902. by U? BuM?HMerr?ll CooipMjr J?
mN the year of grace 1774 n climb
ing BOO glowed nbovc his maj
esty's colony of Virginia. It
drank the opal mists of tbo
marshes, flecked the Heids into shadow
haunted cloth of gold and so unrolled
over the old ''middle plantation," where
a round century before Bacon and his
men had token the oath against Eng
land, a drowsing, yellow mid-May nft
Two quickened rivers, like silver gir
dles unclasped, wound through tho
lowland, from whero phantom-fur lay
the shadows of pines against the color
Washed line of sky, sharp edged and
biaVk, ln gTgantlo pobited froiuis. The
rivers rolled broadly to tho sea, hold
ing between them a green valley sweet
with the warm perfumes of leaf and
flower, and this valley folded to Us
heart Wllllntnsburg, the gay little cap
The teaL end mallard that winged
over from York to James looked down
thereon and saw a single broad thor
oughfare, shaded by poplars and mul
berries, with William and Mary col
lege at one end and the new capltol
at the other. Straggling streets of
wide porched houses bordered with gar
dens debouched upon this, and spread*
,lng away in all directions, like gathered
ribbons, by league long plantation and
through broken forest, went tawny,
Along one of these roads, by clumps
of rustling laurel, came a great coach
with green body and brown cloth, bear
ing the arms of the TlllotSOUS of Glad*
den Hall. A black body servant rode
behind it n-horscback.
Tl?e couch, which rolled thumping
Ojml swinging ponderously where the
way was rugged, pleasantly and light
ly where the road was smooth, held "
matron nnd a slender girl. The latter
was of that age when nature paints
with her richest brush. Her hair was
a wave of russet lights, with shadows
of warmer brown. Her face, rose
stained, was the texture of a rose. Her
mouth, below serious eyes of blended
blue, gave a touch of willfulness. If
there was lntontness on the brow, so
was there languor in the lips, red, half
ripe, the upper short and curved to
smile. She was all raptures?all sap
phire nnd rose gold tigalnst the dark
Both :is they rode were silent, look
ing out through either wide window
upon the warm, scent steeped glimpses
of the way. All along were waving
reaches of wheat, where the poppy
flung Its wrinkled splash of red, or
acres of young growing tobacco where
in sweating slaves toiled listlessly, their
songs woven with the undertone of the
sluggish sin am, slashed by reviling
oaths und whip crackings of a bearish
overseer. At the dusty edges of the
rond Ihlstlu and wild honeysuckle
Bern tabled for I heir breath, and cow
slips went spinning yellow ribbons. It
was n slumberous land swathed In a
tremulous haze of heat and n wash of
"Anne," Raid tho matron at length,
withdrawing her gaze from the win
"Yes, Aunt Mildred."
"Do you Intend to treat that boy bad
The girl was silent, gazing across tho
fields, watching tho birds' slender flash
ings l.n the olive hollows.
"You haven't answered my ques
"Do yon Intend to treat that boy bad
"What hoy?" Inquired Anne, with a
sweetness that boded other things.
"I intend to treat him as I always
have no better, nor worse."
"The world has changed since my
time," reflected Mrs. Tillotson. "Maids
.'denied themselves lucky to have one
Mlant and wasted small time in wed
ding. Last winter 1 thought It had
been Captain Jarrat. Now he Is left
for Molly Byrd to make eyes at. Tho
way that woman acts! So I suppose
l\ will be with Francis."
"Ix?t them cease arranging thlnge for
mo, then!" cried Anne. "1 will not bo
put up and bargained for. I will bo
the subject of no family councils. I
will wed when and whom I please."
Her aunt looked a bit startled at the
"Of course, of course," she assented
mildly. "But you don't please. You'ro
eighteen" two years older than I was
when I married your uncle. Francis
Byrd of Westover Is the pick of them
"ne is a mere boy." Anne's tone held
n growing impatience.
"Ho is not too young," went on Mrs.
Tillotson, "to lake stock of all you say.
But remember, dear, that he is to wear
the royal colors now. 'Tis all well
enough for you and mo to bo open
Whigs. Wo don'I have to do any outh
taking, and thoy don't hang us. But
king's men cannot be so free of tongue."
A lino turned upon her.
"I I;now the rest of It!" she cried.
"Francis in spending time at Albertl's
rooms my fault. Krauels Is making a
friend of Patrick Honry?my fault!
Fruficlfl has a mind of his own, hasn't
he? If he Chooses so, well and good.
Aonl Mildred, there will be u day
when any Virginian will be proud to be
a friend of I'at rid. Henry I"
The lady Shook her head not unkind
ly. "Your mother over again, Anne,"
she said. "Loyal and true. Ah, wo!"
She was silent, but Anne knew of
what site was thinking. Alter a time
she put her hand over and touched the
girl's. "Keep your friendships, child, if
you like" tin in." she said. "I have
naught again-i Mr. Henry. I like him,
and the colonel values him most high
ly. Only llyrd is a good hid; too good
to he hurt."
"Here Is the shop," Anne said pros
Ontly as (lie coach Stopped before tho
sign of .1 mercer. "I shall drive awhile
and return for yon in an hour. Won't
you take JolUl U.lO Daptlsl with yon
and buy thai (urban for Mammy F.va
line? What color did she want, John
the Baptist?" she called to her body
Tho lank, loosu Jointed, strapping lig
uro of solemn countenance who sat a
sorrel behind (ho coach, spurring along
side tho window, broke out In Wide
"Mammy \s;..|t toV maz'reen blue, Mis'
Anne. Dal wbut I hen Mi her sijy."
".Now, don'l no over the hour," Mrs.
Tillotson reminded as her niece bowled
away, and she sighed as she looked
The Coach had entered WilllnniKhurg
from the n<prth and now turned Into
Duke of Gloucester street, where stood
An embowered mansion, the town bouM
I of'the Byrds of Westover, iure at tin?
gate Hut tor oil two girls, wi?o waved
hands .nut culled eagerly to the solitary
"Anno, A?no!" they cried as the
coachman drew u;> at the horse block.
"Conio nnd t?*I 1 iiwhat you uro to
' wear to the ball tomorrow."
"I don't know, Betsy." replied Anne,
"l'Himw!" rn tiled Mistress By rd. "Just
as If wo believed that, when you know
you will be looked ?t uioro than the
now arrived Lady Dunmorel"
Ann:> kissed Hie youtiger one? Paulina
Cabcll, slight, oHvo eyed, a pretty, pout
ing slip of ii girl, wriggling to bo grown
up. "Your eyoH nrb red, sweetheart,"
"I buvo Uoeu reading 'Lady Julia
Mandovlllo,'" Pattllua complained. "I
never cried so In my life reading u nov
el. The tale Is beautiful, but tho end
ing Is horrid!*'
"You'll stay to supper, of course?"
asked Betsy, linking an ana In Anno'ti.
"Brother Frank will fetch you home."
"Mother will want to tell you about
Prank's royal commission," pursued
Betsy.1 "Come In for n moment. Do."
But the mistress of Westover was
otherwise occupied. In fact, tho girls
entered the wide, cool hall to Und a
Mrs. Byrd was not only young, pret
ty, a second wife and the possessor of
a husband who was one of the govern
or's council, but she wuh conscious of
nil these things.
Her husband did not remember ns of
ten as did she that the gay colonel, his
father, bad been bosom friend of the
learned Charles Boyle In England and
a fellow of tho Boyal society. She re
mlndcd him frequently of tho fact that
the old wit had been n scholar and had
left to Westover, whore he lay under a
monument In the garden, the best pri
vate library in the colonies, not even
excepting that of Mr. John Bordley of
Maryland, r.nd n garret full of writings.
Hh portrait hung there, a face as clear
and as beautiful an a woman's, framed
in a curling peruke vi the time of
As for the present master of West
over, much to her Irritation, he eared
little more for sieht of Si. James than
for the heaped up manuscripts In the
garret. P.P contented himself with sit
Hug in tl'.c .?? mull chamber nt \Vil?
ll;iir.s?mrg and riding ?fter foxes at
Wos'.ovor, when his low?. !-ft him.
Now Mis. Byrd, consciously impres
sive. leaii"d ucninsl the white paneling
in a posture which showed her plump
figure to advantage.
" "; Is high 11 sue," she was paying,
*ottilsi? the yellow point do venlse nt
Ijer throat, "that Francis be spoken to
about it. (Come In, Aune.)"
The colonel, bowing as gnllantly to
Anne as ids gouty leg propped on a
phnlr would permit, shifted his pow
?Jerod wig in so mo discomfort.
'frank will get no harm from Pat
vU*i Henry," be said. Be Is too sen
"Mayhap you call It no hann, sir,"
persisted Mrs. Byrd, "to set your son?
you, ii member of the council?bobbing
with that shiftless wag. Sooth, then,
1 il"! The malt bugs of the tnvern nro
Iii; betters, (No, don't go, Anne.) Fran
cis is dilft about him, sir. And tho
boy's royal commission Just come. Oh,
'tis loo badt"
Colonel Byrd straightened his rutllos
"You ^'o to the ball, of course, Anne?"
lie aski d.
But his wife was not to be shut off.
"Small preferment," tho huly went
on, "will Francis get from Lord Dun
more !f he continues. The governor
keeps himself Informed. Every one
knows that Patrick Henry Is the very
front of all these rebel doings. (Yes,
you need give mo no look, Anno. "ITs
tho word I meant to use. Rebel doings!
ncoei doings:) Ann tor my son ?a
"Zo'Mds! Your son is n Byrd,
ma'am!" This from tho colonel.
"For my son lo assoelato with a low
country demagogue, half the time
dressed In bucks!;.as like that shabby
burgess from Louisa county you
brought to dinner last week, and to go
to his crnzy meetings nt the Halelgh.
1 thought his stay abroad would have
wetmcd Frank of that. That and the
commission. Tut, no I Ho comes home
talking tho gibberish of thnf' mealy
mouthed C harles Fox that he learned
In his dreadful London club. I look
yet to see bim put off his king's uni
form and disgrace us all."
"PshawI" said Colonel Byrd, never
theless uneasily. "Frank's all right.
The young blade will take to the army
like a duck to water. Zooksl There Is
no harm In the Apollo room. Jefferson
is steady enough, nnd he is ever there."
"Tom Jefferson 1" ejaculated tho lady.
"Think yon be is much better? A free
thinker! He and Henry are pitch and
toss. La! A squeak of a fiddle, nnd
both of them will dance. Jefferson
used to be gay enough with It nt Cov
ernor Fnuqulcr's musicklngs. Every
body knows he spends hnlf his tlmo
when ho Is In WllJIainshurg at the
rooms of that papist actor Albertt, nnd
so does Henry. I marvel If Francis
does not know him too."
The colonel sighed. If the truth must
be told, the same uneasiness was In
his soul. But, being masculine, he did
not udmit it to his wife.
"I'll lay n crown you'll dance with
Mnster Henry tomorrow night, Anne,"
volunteered Betsy wickedly.
Anne was looking through the largo
window, sashed with crystal glass,
nnd there were little blue sparks snap
ping In her eyes. She made no reply,
but under her skirt edge her red slip
per, like a burnished tongue, went tap
ping tho polished door.
"I should think, Anne," remarked
Mrs. Byrd, with acidity, toying with a
rose Jar from which the Duke of Cum
berland had once plucked a bud, "that
you would have more regard for your
bringlog Up. I never hnd to be re
minded of mine."
Mrs. Byrd never looked younger or
mpre handsome than when remember
ing this. In her soul the soothing and
OVOr present COIlSClOUSncSS of being
born a Willing of Philadelphia was em
balmed like u fly In amber. It' she
could have bad her way she would
have had tljO inasler of Westover din
lug at 4, llko the CadwaInders nnd
Bhlppens and tho rest of the Church of
England set there.
"A TlllotSOll," she continued rnplly,
"dancing tit the burgesses' ball with
the husband of a tavern girl!"
Anno turned, her eyes glowing tho
COlor of burning brandv.
"And why no! V" she cried. "Why
not? Mr. Henry Is a burgess of Vir
"Aye, a burgess - from the woods!
A lick dish for the country votes!"
"Molly!" Her husband's tone was
"He Is a gentleman I" Anno dared,
With wralh dark eyes. "A courteous,
honorable gentleman! A'td he hns
more In Jils head than any four of them
"Highly tlghtyl" exclaimed Mrs.
Byrd. "More rebellion, you mean! I
?liould think so!"
k _!?OkJJM?_ Beta* felt a strange won
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der. ~ SLIT did not always understand
the other, "Why like you Master Hen
ry as you do, AnneT" sho asked curl
"Because," cried Anno hotly, "he Is a
man?a inan?not a gallant! lie has
something more to do than the wits of
tho Knlelgh tavern or tho Jemmy Jos
samys oft he assemblies. He knows no
flno speeches. Ho spends no hours
Anne kissed Oic younger one.
twirling a lovelock nor featbor biting
ovor dolorous sonnets, nor petting his
ruffles, nor dicing In the Apollo room.
Oh, I grow sick of the macaronis and
their silken compliments and dress
swords, all as nice as nanny hens. And
the verses they write In the Gazette!
?Tis mawkish! What do they do? What
do they know? The breed of a bird.
The latest fashion of pinchbeck shoo
buckles from Anmipollft."
Mrs. Byrd sniffed.
"A pity ho mnrri *d the tavern keep
er's daughter!" she said. "Yon mlghl
have bad him and his buckskin breech
Betsy laughed at this. "Bless mo!"
she sighed. "What a blow thai had
been for Captain Jnrrut!" Then, repeuj
Ing. she ran after Anne as she swi pt
grandly out nnU threw an arm around
"l>on't be angry, dear," sho said.
"An you are, I shall feel all to blame!"
Paulina was still at tho gate.
"H'Astc!" she called under her breath.
"Here comes Mr. Jefferson."
"Lack!" said Betsy, "t'peak of the
dev I mean?there Is Mr, Henry with
"I marvel Mr. Jefferson likes him!"
quoth Anne, a gentle sarcasm rufiling
Mistress By I'd did not note the tone.
"Aye," she responded, "so do I. lie Una
a tongue, though. Father says it has
made more trouble for the colony than
all the exclusion acts put together. He
looks a very uncouth creature," she
added. "See that moth eaten hunting
cap and those horrid leather clothes!"
This was In a low tone, for the ap
proaching men were come within ear
Shot and were even then dolling head
gear to them.
The two were vastly dissimilar. One,
the younger, was clad In dark velvet.
Wore loco and a sword. His line face
was pale with the look of the scholar.
Tho other, walking by bis side, with
saddlebags over bis arm thrust through
the bridle of a lean roan nag, wore
hunting dress, with a small cap. He
looked to be turned thirty-live. Ills
face was keen and sallow, with Kornau
profile, and his eyes were deep set under
overhanging brows. For tho rest ho
moved his spare body awkwardly,
SlQUClltly, with a rawiKined stoop of
shoulders, as one at happier ease In the
Woods than the street. Both bowed
gravely as they came up, the faco of
the horseman searching the group ami
brightening suddenly with a Hash of
smile at sight of Anne.
Ho passed on, but the younger turn
ed back, nothing loath for a moment of
"Gossiping of the ball tomorrow, I'll
swear!" be laughed. "Are the furbe
lows all chose?"
"Tell us, Mr. Jefferson," cried Belay
"vrd. "Have you seen the new come
beauties? They say Lady DlUimore is
lovelier than her daughters."
"I have boon away for a fortnight,"
he answered, "and cannot say. 1 would
I could say 'Aye,' " ho added humor
ously; "'twould relievo much anxiety."
" 'Tis the dreadful llllCCrtnlllllCSS of
you masculine lovers," Anne countered
archly, "that keeps us poor maids in
*''Tis said," put in Paulina, ' that his
excellency will publish n new codo for
tho palace etiquette. Think of It! Just
like a real court! There Is to be a Cham*
borlnin, and all gentlemen uro to un
bonuet beforo tho portraits of the king
The young man looked dark. "Would
he kept to his court otlquottol" ho ex
claimed. "See you tho green yonder?"
All turned their gaze toward tho low
er end of the street whore sat tho now
two atorlcd cnpltol, with Its tall cupo
la and clock. Generally there were to
be seen burgesses, singly or In couplos,
passing In or out. Now the spaco be
fore It was covered wIUi knots of men,
talking, gesticulating, walking from
group to group. One could almost Im*
aglno an accompanying bum, like tho
sound of a distant bee swarm. As they
gazed the knots separated and moved
slowly toward one of the side doors.
"They enter the left," said Anne.
'"Tis not the usual sitting of tho house,
then. Has the governor summoned
them to the council chamber? And for
"For what?" repeated Jefferson
wratbfully. "For the resolves, printed
today In the Gazette, appointing a day
of prayer and fasting because of the
uhutting of (ho porl of Boston, Ills ex
cellency I had like t<> have said 'his
Continued on pago four.
Our country friends should novor fall
To buy or order through tho miil
"TEETHINA" for it. suroly (Ills
Tho hill for tooth inj? children's ills.
"TF/I'.TI UNA" aids digestion, regu
lates the biwols of children of any age
nd makes teeth inj'easy, and co-its only
Fj COQta at DrujjgiHt-j.
C. ami w. 0. JRallwar>
Schedule. In effect July 17, 1004:
I.v Lnurei s .2 07 p in .10 16 a m
ar Greenvill?.8 26pm.1 00 p m
nr Sparlanburg.. :i io p pi
ur Tryon .5 07 p in
ar Saluda 5 17 p m
arllem'ers DvilleO 20 p m
ar A-<hevi'.Jo .7 15 p m
lv Afthovlllp.7 16 a in
lv Hendr rsonvtlle S 10 a in
lv saluda.s 40 n ni
lv Tryon . 0 15 a m
ar Rpartanburg 10 20 a m
lv Sparenburg ...12 Ol p in
lv Greenville.12 15 p in .5 40 a m
ar Ldurena.1 86 p in ..8 10 a in
lv LAU RENS .1 60 p in
nr Greenwood.2 hi p m
?V AugU ta.5 20 p in
lv Augusta io io a m
lv Groenwood 12 II p in
nr Lauren*.1 4? p m
Leave Augua'a. train No 43, dally
exoent Sunday, 2:15 p. in : No. 88, Sun
day only. 7 00 a. m., arrive Al'enda'e
?I vo p. m : s 65 a. m.; Charleston 7 40
]> in. ii 55 -i in. Beaufort 0 80 p. m :
11 05 a. in.; Port Royal 0 40 p . in., '.! 20
Pullman o<rs between Augusta Mid
Spsrtanhu'g. Kor Information in to
etvd to rates. ?> to , eOl on or rddress,
P, 11. Gnsqie, Ag'f. Lam*on?, S (! :
Qeo T. Hrvni, Gen'l Ag't. Greenvlllo,
8. O.j E'nost Willi un*. General Pas
sirger \g'r, \ugusta, Ga.
A Little Care Will Save
Many Laurons Readers
Wa'cb lie UiJ'toy secretions.
Sco tliHt thui hive the a ubor u ol
The. disohi rges not excessive or n'r -
Co .tain n > ''briuk-dtltd 'ike" s dim t
Don n'ti Kidoov Pills will do tills foryi u
They wa?ch I ho kidneys and <? re I cm
when thej 'ro sick.
.1. II. O'D-U, of Foe'ory HIP, mill
hard, says: "I huvobo'ii suIThi] ig from j
backfohn for n long while, At times I
oou'd not *ork on : ceount of the ach- j
ing norms t'.e sma'lofmy back and tli'p
du' pain gave me no rest day or nl gh
I o u d not s'.kiid straight and if I .-nt I
for a bit and attiunp e l to arise 1 hud
to < itch bold of something tn pull mv
fC.f up. Thu Eocretlon^ from tins kid
neys Were very red, full of sediment,
after they stood for n wbHo. I could
not retain them any l< ngth of time ami
had to rise often at nie! t. I tried sov
oral botUes of highly recommcn I od
?einodie? :\nd used liniments, b it noth
i> g did me any good until I got a box
of Dona's Kldnoy Pills at the I'almctt ?
Drug Drug <'?>? and used th< m accor l
ing to directions. They gave r< Ii f
almost at once and since using thon I o
kidney Eocrctions have gotten clo-r,
and natural and I do not have to
got up at night as 1 usod to, while tho
bank toho lias all loft me.
IV,- fa'o by ail denies. Price 50 Ota.
Fostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. v.,
sole agents for the failed Statt -
Kumcraber the name -Doan's ard
taka no other.
Ruta Uugu lurnlp3should bo planted:
For Any Person Who
Takes a Bottle ol*OUR
(Nature's Remedy. )
The Croat Blood Plirillor, Kidney and
Liver Regulator, and Receives
A Guarantee Goes With Each
And the dcugglst signs tb >. guaran
tee. You run no risk in the trial. Our
New Dlsoovory Is not an alcoholic
stimulant, which is worse than no
stimulant, but it is th? groat building
Up and purifying remedy, purifying
tho b'ood and olennsing the systom
from all impurities, which giveo new
life and vigor to every organ. It pos
ltively cures all blood diseases such as
Itching Skin, Pimples, Kc/.otna, Blond
Poison, Scrofula, IIb um itisin, und ii
rostoros tho Nervous Systom to its
Normal onditlon, produce*a healthy
appetite, tones and rogulat^atho boar?,
?nl it regulates tho Klduoys, Liver
and Bow. Is. The U80 of a single hof.b
w l1 oonvlnco any one of its wonde ful
ouratlve propartles. For oalo by Th'
Linrons Drug Co.; W. W. Dodson.
Has your name been enrolled on tin
Democratic, club list?
Stock nnd j ultry liavo few
troublos which arc nol bowel and
liver lrrcgularitie8. Black
Draught Stock and Poultry Medi
cine !s a bowel nnd liver remedy
for stock. It puls the organs of
digest ion ?? ;> PJ1 11 condition.
Prominent American breeders and
farmer-! keoplhoir herds and flocks
healthy by giving llioiu an occa
sional dose of Black Draught Stock
and Poultry Medicine in thoir
food. Any stock raiser may buy a
"."> cent half-pound airtight can
of this medicine from Iiis dealer
and keep Iiis stock In vigorous
health for werk [\en\on gener
ally keep Blrtck-Drauphl stoc k nnd
Poultry Medicine. If yours dO08
not, send 25 rents L>r a sample
can to tho manufacturers, The
Chattanooga ModioineOo.i Chat
tanooga, i'' mi.
no a i" ? Oa.i Jsn-m-mr
blaok-Dnuiobt Btoclt and Poultry
Mr'.! j . f|, . bw?l i'V dried. 0?f
pi-, iii wan looking ' ad whon yon I i?t
rrti tho ?-.:???*I. Ina now tl!#y aro
, ?UlilX SO fi > -. Tat?y nro lo >ki?K 30
tier ooal. botlor.
e. p. BnooKiNoroN.
IV.11. KNIGHT, R.B. BABB
KN1UUT & KA.KH,
Attorney8 ?.t Law.
il-F Will practice In nil the Britto and
f?deral Oourts. strict attention1 to ail
buntuoss Intrusted to thmn
031 oo np-stulrs, Simmons1 Bill ling
We have a bull Stock
of the well-known
Ajax Portable Engines
and can make prompt
Prices Right. Catalog on
GimiKS Macuinkry Co.,
Columbia, S. C.
Retains \/j.^pn >
Bbvcrtst \ Khvi? i? 1
We guarantee a lit or mouey
PAIyMETTO DRUG CO.,
Laurens, S. C.
L. M. SPEBRS
Nowborry, S. 0.
/Marble and Granite
THE NEW wE?yE__TO?j|g
AND KIDNEY CURS-.
Clonuses I l,o Kidney a nnd lllnitrior, purifies i lie
lllood. Fl09h "i. tliin pooplo. KtroiiKiliPiiM
ihr- Ncrvw. ClonrH (ho drain, Vurcn Norvouti
Doltllliy, iiiKimiiiiii. h'nllhig Meuiorv ItOHlorwi
the Vim, Vinor, Vitality find StronuUi ? ifYouth,
III L'OUl .'.!.:. I V, onion,
This PJew Remedy works llko Mnjrlc, lint It
BOltitely linrmlOAH. Weigh you reel f before hit
Price, no cts.; 12 boxes, SG.OO, l>v i
Wo will cheerfully refund tn.- nuiuev If you
Hot briii III led. Cry It, anil tin COttVldocd,
Laurens Drug Co.
Good spirit*don't all eomi f <? n Kon
tnokoy. Their m&insouroo \ * tiio llvor
and all tho floo Spirits ever ra id ) In
the B1 no Grass Sttto oould not remedy
a had liver or l'<\ i hand oil-.iml- n - I I
ciToots it produoei. You o*n't hivo
good Rtilrlts and a bad llvor at the s uno
time. Your Ii vor must be in line shape
if you would feel bouyant, happy and
hop iful, l>ri'rdit. ef eyclight of st ?p
OrOUS and siieeo sl'ul in your p.irsuit'.
You can put your llvor In fin i rondl
IIon i>y using Oroon's Anmut bMowor?
tho greatest o( (til mcdloinos for livor
And Btomaoh and a eortain euro for dis
nopsla or indigestion, it h >s boon n
fivorite household remodv lor OVOr
thli i y llvo yoiiM. August Flowers will
m >ko your llvo'* healthy and active and
thus Insure yon a Kboral support of
'Good Spirits." Trial si/.o, 2?OJ ivgu
bottles, 76o. At all druggists.
THE stationery you
use is your represanta
j^Does it represent you
properly or improperly?
?glf 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.
%Our stock contains a
fme array of boxes con
taining the splendid
writing paper made by
It comes in all colors and
a celebrated paper makers
I tints and in many qualities.
? Jus', now some specially good thing
I Dodson's Drug:
and Sale Stable.
I have bought out the Livery business of
C. S. Puller. I will coiuluct 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
It you are addiotel bo thaso habits
y?*n think you will i|uit> It. You w >n't;
you can't until le but you oan bo oucod
and restored to your former hoalth and
vigor without pain or th? loss of an
hour from you ? businas? at a m ?derate
oust. Tne modlclni build) up your
hoalttt) roatoroa your nervous System
'<> us normal oondlti >n; you f.jol lik j a
difl'uvnt nor son from tue bjginnlu^ of
i, , ???!, LEAVING UKK THK
OPI.N PK s A K L'iCK 'I'M K KI RST I) }3K.
You will so im ba ooovlu'dad and fully
satisfied in your own mind th.it >u
will I) i ourod.
Mr. T. M. Brown,of IJaQueon, Ark.,
nty*! "Over seven years ag > I was
ourod of tho opium habit by yo ir m >dl
olno, aod have oontlnued in tho vory
best "?f ho ?Ith s'.noo
Dr. W. M. Tunstull, of Livingston,
Va., says: ''I am glad to say that I
(Irmly bollovo that ! am entirely and
permanently ourel of the Drink Habit,
as I have novo ? - on so much in wanted
a d "ink In any fo.un slnoo I took your
cradicator, now eighteen months itgo.
11 was i ii > I) ? ,t dollac I evar invested."
Mrs. Virginia Townsund, of Shrovo
port, Lt., Wrltos! 'SNfo more opium. I
naV'3 taken no other remedy than
yours and I mile.) no mistake whou I
say that my health is bettor now than
it ever was In my lifo, and I owu lb to
you an I your rein-dy. It Iris ho'.ui
twelve yoars SlUOj I w?s o irod by
, ou ? i roiitmonb."
For fu i particulars a I Ireas i>r. II.
M. Woolloy, 801 Lowodas, Bldg., At
lanta, Oil., wno will sond you his bojk.
N. II. Df.vr.. A. U. Tool).
DIAL & TODD,
Attorneys and Coun
EatorprUfl II ink tiud Todd Olllce Build
Lau n en a, 8. O.
I \t ynnr Drtig Store
L'J rViTcfei/ It ft I'oej j 51j
SIMPSON & COOl
Attorneys at Lavv^
Will practice- In all Stale Courts*
Prompt attention givonto all business
Dr. Chas, A. Ellett,
SiMA-iAr. Notice?i have just, recolved
a line line of fsll ftnd Winter simples of
all the latest style-;. PrlOOl t > -nut the
times. Pants made to order from 11.00
up. Suits inado to Ol'dor fr >ra $12.00
up. a flt la always guaranteed. I also
invite you to join my pressing Olub 1
only $l.oo por month. Phono Is <\ Mln
ter budding, \
E. .1. DANCY, Talrjrr