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any Kind of
Real Estate, or Rusiness,
Write us your wants.
J. Y. Garlington & Co.,
i Laurens , S. C.
vol x x.
laurens, s c. wednesday september 14. 1904l
AL,h KINDS OF
Palmetto Drug Co.
Get them while stock is
Vote Yesterday Lighter
Than First Election.
ODELS YET TO REPORT
Buckott, Sheriff; Humbert, Supervisor;
Walts, Coronor: Bailey and
Thirty-ouo out, of thirty-two boxes
shows a total of 2897, a falling off of
more tbau 800 votes from the lirst elec
tion. This, however, isavory (ail vote
for a second primary.
The Advertlsor prjs nts to its read
ers this morning a practically complete
tabulated statement of yestorday's
vote. O'Dell's, whioh polls only 12
votes, and is located 24 miles from the
court houssand 16 from a tolephone of
fice was the only'box unteportod to this
effico las? night.
The vote for coroner an 1 county com
missioners is missing in the Daniel's
The ofllcers ro-elected have serv
ed one term oacb, while lids county
commissioners, Mr. Bailey of Laurens
township and Mr. Roberts of Waterloo
township are now men, neither having
been in politics before..
Tho total vote of nineteen boxes for
Earle and M?bley appears in the tabu
A epecial to The Advertiser f.om
Columbia, at 11 o'clock last night, say?:
"With Anderson, Greenvillo and Pick
ens tc hear from Earle leads by 2,000
votes, with Mobloy's s'rength very
well all in. Earle strong in I\o Dee
and Orangeburg and surrounding coun
Of Special Election on tho Question of
Issuing Bunds to tho Amount of
Forty Thousand ($40,000)
Whereas a majority of th9 freehold-.
CM of the City of Lauraos, as shown by
thefcaxb)Oks of slid City, have ll'ed
with the City Coincil of Laurons a p2
t<tlon praying that an election bo or
dered submitting to the qualified regis
tered ?lectors of The City of Lauren
the question of issuing bonds of said
Oity to tho amount of Forty Thou
sand ($40.000.00) dollars for . tho
purpose of meeting the costs of ex
extendlng and enlarging tho water
works system and the electric light
plant and establishing ' system of
/.Hwerage in the said City.
Said bonds to bear interest at a rate
r-.i<t exceeding six per cent, per anuum,
payable in any legal tender money of
the United States, forty years after
date, with the privilege of redemption
after twenty years from date.
And whereas the sum of Ten Thou
sand ($10,000.00) dollars of said ainoun*
will be needed an 1 required In extend
ing and enlarging the water works
plant o^acI eloatric light plant in
/nsild City,and the sum of Thicty Thou
sand ($3),000.00) dollars of said amount
will be needed and required to estab
lish a system of sewerage in said City.
And whereas on the consideration of
said petition tbt City Council of Lau
rens passed an ordinance tn tho 13th
day of August, 1004, ordering an elec
tion to b3 held in and for the City of
Laurens on the 14th day of September,
Therefore notice is hereby given
bat a special ?ioctioo will be held a'
* e Oounoll Chamber In the City of
Mirena on the 14th day of September
4, to determine tho question of Is
ng.bonds of The City of L iurens to
amount of Forty Thousand (t40,
00) dollar?, said bonds to bear Inter,
t a ra'e not exceeding six pei-cont
annum, payable in any legui tendur
ey af the United States, forty
?s after date, with the privilege of
mption after twenty years. The
of ten thousand ($10,000 00)
ars of t ie money to ba realized
n the sulu of said bonds to be
I In oxtendiug and enlarging
'water works and electric light
? ?Snts in said City, and tho sum o?
Thirty ($30,000.00) dollars of tho money
realized from the sale of said bonds to
b) used in establishing a system of
sewerage in said City.
At said election the electors favoring
tho Issuing of said bonds will voto a
ballot, written or printed thereon the
word "BONDS," those opposed to the
Issuing of said bonds will vote a baUot
written or printed therion the word?
Persons who wero not duly regis
tered at the last regular municipal
election in tho City of Laurens, will
nut bo entitled to vote at said special
At said election tho polls will be
opened at H o'clock In the foreno >n and
closed at -I o'oloe* In tho afternoon.
Messrs. W. Ii. (Jarrett, W. II. Gilk
erson r-nd W. 11. Franks have been ap
pointed managers to conduct said elec
By order of the City Council of Lau
rens, of Tho City of Laurons. This,
l?th day of August, 1904.
C. E. QUAY,
[Li S.J L. G. Hai.ok,
Clerk and Troasurer.
with Cond rl
We guarantee a fit or in tnoy
PALMETTO DRUG CO.,
Lauren8, S. C.
BAD WRECK ON
SEABOARD AIR LINE.
Occurred Friday Morning on Catawba
River? Four Persons
About 1 o'clock last Friday morning,
train No. 41 on the Seaboard Air Line
rai'road, consis'ing of an express car,
mail car, two day coaches and a
Pullman sleeper, was derailed on a
trestle just South of the Catawba river,
followed by the wreck of a light en
gine and caboose, which caused tho
doa"h of four pers ns and the injury of
35 other?. Tho killed we-o B. Y.
Barksdale, engineer, Abbeville, 8. 0.;
Ed Roberts, colored, fireman, Atlanta;
Mrs F. T. Blaok of Ohio aad Mrs T.
S. MeManus of Wilmington.
The train was running about 40
miles an hour, when the trestle which
is 300 feet long, spanning a meadow
near tho Catawba river, gave way.
The wholo train went down and
within ten minutes the engine and a
caboose which was following close be
hind, piled in on the wrecked train be
foro it could bo tlagged.
The etgineor of the passenger train
escaped with slight bruises while his
fireman and Engineer Barksdale of tho
freight train were instantly killed.
Nono of tho passengers escaped in
jury i f more or les? importance.
Tho pastenger train was bound for
Atlanta and it was in charge of Con
ductor West and Engineer Meares.
The wreck is due it is believed to the
work of some malicious persons who
ovidontly disconnected a rail.
Opium, Whiskey and
All Drug Habits
Cured Without Pain at
If you are addicted to theso habits
you think you will quit it. You won't;
you can't unaided; but you can be cured
and restored to your former health and
vigor without pain or the loss of an
hour from your ousines; at a moderate
cost. The medicine builds up your
hoalth, restores your nervous system
to Its normal condition; you feel like a
diIT .-rent person from the beginning of
treatment, LEAVING OFF THE
OPIATES AFTERTUE FIRST DOSE.
You will soon be convinced and fully
aattslied In your own mind that you
will bo cured.
Mr. T. M. Brown, of DaQmon, Ark.
says: "Over seven years ago I was
[Cured of tho opium habit by your medi
cine, and have continued in the vory
best of health since
Dr. W. M. Tunstall, of Livingston,
Va., Says: "I am glad to say that I
firmly bo?ovc that I am entirely and
permanently cured of tha Drink Habit,
as I havo novor even so much as wanted
.a drink in any form since I took your
eradicator, now oighteen months ago.
It was the bist dollar I ever invested."
Mrs. Virginia Townsond, of Shreve
port, La., write*: "No more opium. I
havo takon no other remedy than
yours and I make no mistake when I
say that my health Is better now than
it ever was in my life, and I owe It to
you and your rom^.dy. It has boen
twelve years since I was cured by
For fu'l particulars address Dr. B.
M. Woolloy, 301 Lowndos, Bldg., At
lanta, Ga., who will sendvou his book.
Mill Schools Open Today.
At half past eight this morning the
schools at tho Laurons Cotton Mill and
at the Watts Mills open for tho pres
MUs Lil Harris at the Laurens Mill
school will be assisted by M'ss Mary
Simpson of this city and Mi38 Eleanor
Ball of Charleston. M'?f> Ball will
again hivi charge of tho klrderparten
The Watts Mills School will be
taught by Miss Pearl Ulakely, who was
one of the assistants in tho Laurons
Mill school last year.
For Auy Person Who
Takes a Bottle of OUR
(Nature's Remedy. )
Tho Great Blood Purifier, Kidney and
Liver Regulator, and llocclves
A Guarantee Goes With Each
And the druggist signs tho guaran
tee. Y?m run no risk in tho trial. Our
New Dlscovory is not an alcoholic
Stimulant, which is worse than no
stimulant, butitia tli'j groat building
up and purifying remedy, purifying
tho b'ood and cleansing tho system
from all im purl tie?, which gives new
life and vigor to overy organ, ft pos
itively cures all blood diseases such as
Itching Skin, l'implos, Ec/.oma, Blood
Poison, Scrofula, Rheumatism, and It
restores tho Nervous System to Its
Normal condition, produces a healthy
appetite, tones and regulates the boart,
ana It regulates the Kidneys, Liver
and Bowels. The use of a single bottle
wdl convince any one of Its wonderful
Ouratlve properties. For sale by Tho
Laurens Drug Co.; W. W. Dodson.
Has your name been enrolled on the
Democratic club list?
THE NEW NERVE TONIC
AND KIDNEY CURE.
CteanaM tlm Kidneys ami nimlclor, mirlflrH the
Blood, I'm,. Klesh on (hin pooplo. Ktrennthon?
tin' NorvrH. Cleat* tin- llrnln. Curoa Nervnti*
Debility, liixoinnln, Kalling Momorv. Rwtflrte
tlx- Vim, Vlnor, Vitality and Strength of Youth,
Ii, both rcenk .Mon nuil Women.
Tide Nriv Remedy work* like Muftlr, hut Is nh
ooiutciy iiiirmicHH. whkIi you reell before taking.
Price. 60 Ota.) 12 boxe?, SB.00, I>y malt.
aVo will cbeerfuVy n-fuiiil tlm money If you aro
Hot IxuicflttoU. Try II and bo couvlucttd.
Laurens Drug Co.
NOTES OF CLINTON
Prof. Huso Succeeds Prof. Woodsworth
at the College?Two Delightful
Cmnton, Sept. 13?Miss Clara
Duckett and Master Ferdinand
Jacobs are 011 a visit to Mis. J. B.
Jones, of Petersburg* Va.
Miss Ada Casey of Greenville is
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. I. Cope
land. She will be accompanied
home by her mother, Mrs. Casey,
who has been here on a visit for
Miss Sadie Philson and Lyda
Chainblin attended the Fowler
Hunter wedding at Fountain
Rev. Thornwell Jacobs, after
an extended visit to Boston and
the mountains of New Ham
shire is at home again.
Prof. t Harry Neal Huse of
Virginia, a graduate of Washing
ton and Lee University, has ac
cepted the position in the College
here made vacant by the resigna
tion of Prof. Woodsworth.
Copeland Hall under the man
agement of Mr. Chas. N. Carnig
of Atlanta, Ga. and Buffalo, N,
Y., is being prepared for the com
ing attractions that have been se
cured by Messrs. Strieker and
Dr. McPheeters and Rev. Sam
Byrd were in town on Tuesday
last in the interest of the College.
Little Nancy Owens, who has
been quite sick for the past week
Miss Fronde Kennedy's private
.school opened today with prom
ising prospects for a good year.
Dr. Bean and family, Miss Lib
bie Spencer, Misses Marion and
Emmie McCrary arc at home
from their summer outing.
Mrs. George McCrary and lit
tle Mary Ruth Copeland are vis
iting in Newberry.
Miss Catharine Copeland's
Piano Recital on Monday after
noon was indeed a treat to the
musical loving people of Clinton.
Miss Rosa Bailey is home af
ter a delightful visit to St. Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Todd are
visiting relatives at Simpsonville.
Miss Bessie Bynum, the newly
elected teacher of the Graded
School is at her post. She is in
charge of the Fifth Grade.
The Book Club was most de
lightfully entertained last Thurs
day evening, an unusually large
number being present.
.Meeting in Progress at First Baptist
A series of revival meetings were
begun Monday at the First Baptist
Church with Rev. John D. Pitts, pas
tor, and Rev. L. M. Roper, of tho First
Baptist Church, Spartanburg, in
charge Much interest is manifested
in tho services, which are attracting
GOOD SPIRITS ?
Good spirits don't all come from Ken
tuekey. Their main sourco Is tho liver
and all tho fine spirits over made In
the Blue Grass State could not remedy
a bad liver or tho hundred-and-ono 111
effects It produces. You can't have
good spirits and a bad liver at the same
time. Your liver must be In fine shape
if you would feel bouyant, happy and
hop?ful, bright of ove.light of step.vlg
orous and successful In your pursuits.
You can put your liver in fin.i condi
tion by using Green's Auaust Flowor
tho greatest of all medicines for liver
and stomach and a cortain euro for dls
pepsia or indigestion. It has been a
favorite household remody tor over
thirty-five yoars. August Flowers will
m >ko your llvor healthy and active and
thus insure you a liberal support of
"Good Spirits." Trial size, 25o; regu
lar bottles, 75o. At all druggists.
SIMPSON & COOPER
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice In all State Courts.
Prompt attention givento all business.
Dr. Chas. A. Ellett,
Sow Early For Best Results. \
Our Trade Mark Brand is the
bestand cleanest quality that
it is possible to procure.
Hairy, or Winter Vetch,
Sown with Winter Oats, makes
the largest possible yield of tho
best and most nutritious hay.
Write for prices.
WOOD'S DESCRIPTIVE FALL CATAL06
Tells all about seed* for fall
'sowing. It in the most valua
ble and helpful publication of
the kind issued in America.
Mailed freo on request.
T. W, WOOD & SONS,
Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va.
Tabulated Statement of the County Vote in the
Second Primary, Sept. 13, 1904.
Club No. I, laurons 0. II
Club No. 2. Idturens C. II
Wat is Mill. laurons.
1.:'ui.'mn Mill, Laurens ...
Clinton Cotton Mill.
Lydia Mill, Clinton .
Youiijth store .
Tip Top .
Surtlis Church ?
Tumbling Shoals .
Gray Court .
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iJLEMHON OPENS TODAY.
Attendance Is tho Largest in tho His
tory of tho College.
Clemson College opens lo day for the
ll?04-'0? sossion. Tho enrollment wl I
excocd all previous yeats by at least a
hundred. Tho agricultural depart
ment in which 124 scholarship hoys
will be matriculated promise* to be one
of the most interesting departments of
Hugh Fuller, of Cross Hill, Frank
Crisp, cf this oily fmd Ben Heaves of
Eden are the throe scholarship boys
from Laurens. Cadots Kuox Simpson
aud Tom Kay have returned .
A LATTER D1Y SHAKER.
I havo sold most all tho chill tonic?
mado, but can truthfully nay thai there
are none that give the satisfaction
that your Dr. King's Improved Chill
Tonic gives. It nlways cures before
one bottle is taken. Please send mo
threo dozen at oneo
J. C. HARNER,
Covington, N. O.
8old by Palmetlo Drug Co.
Hart-Brown Wedding September 21.
Cards of Invitation have boon re
ceived in Lauretis to the marriage of
MIps Eula St. Clair Brown, of Ander
son,and Mr.Brant y B. Hurt, of Cokes
bury, Wednesday ovening, September
It will be a home wedding aud will
bo attended by the families of Mr. W.
R . Ricbey and Mr. O. W. Babb, of this
city. Mr. W. R. Rlohoy, Jr., Is to bo
bost man, and Misses Annie and Li/.zio
Richey aro to be two of tho bridos
Mr. Hart, the groom-elect, is a
brother of Mesdamcs Richey and
Babb and is well known horo.
HOvV TOBE PLUMP.
Mo^t people constantly suffer from
Io;s of appetite, especially for break -
fast, an unpleasant taste in the mouth,
low spirits; irritability with a heavy,
dull headache, biliousness, tick
headache, blotches on tho skin, lack of
energy and a fcoling of weariness, all
of which aro due to constipation. Con
stipation Is tho forerunner of indigoi
tion, sluggish liver and nervousness,
and it is of the utmost importance that
tho bowols should be gently rngnlated
by a reliable aporient. Dr. King's
Blood and Liver Pills meet this want.
25 cents at Palm? tto Drug Co.
REALTY BRINGS LOO I) PRICE.
Land in Dial Township Sells for
"It takes monoy to buy land" in
Dial Township. Recently the homo of
the late W. E. Gray *as sold In three
divisions, as follows:
Lot No. 1, 38 acre?, $28 per asro,
bought by W. M. Gray.
Lot No. 2, 58 acres, $21) y.r acre,
bought by Mrs. Emma Roa\es.
Lot No. 3, 25 acres, $29 per acre,
purchasod by Dr. J. W. Beason.
Iu A recont letter to Mr. C. F.
Brooks, county superintendent of edu
cation, the Hon. O. B. Martin, Stute
superintendent) made the following
Important t nnounepmonti At the meet
ing of the State Board of 10dm at ion on
May 6tb, it was decided to base tho
examination of teachors this fall on
"Hughes' Alistakos in Teaching," "Po
tormau's Civil Government," "Silas
Marnor," "Encch Ardon" and "Cur
rent History," la addition to regular
TOO MI CH FOK FIFTY CENT-?.
King's Improved Chill and Fever
Tonic is the Hoest 1 ever saw. I sold
OWi bottle Which cured some in throe
fami'h-s. The ooly objection 1 have to
It Is that It euros too many people.
S. H MAT HIS,
Conrad's, N. 0,
Taste not bad. L rgo bottle. Always
euros and chills don't return. Sold by
Palmetto Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
Curd of Thanks.
The lccil chapter of King's Daugh
ters desires to thank Mr. Ga lingion
for the use of his grounds for the ro
cent series of baso ball game-: also all
those who participated in tho game*,
and tho public gonorally for attending
und contributing to the success of tho
WHAT WORRIED HIM.
I was groatly worried with chills for
years until about four years ago \vh n
I took one-third bottle of Dr. King's
Chill Tonic, and i have not hud a chill
Not bad to tako, and always no euro
?no pay. ?l) conts at store of Luu
rons Drug Co. and all m-dieino doul
Monument to \>e Unveiled.
Too monument at the grave of Sov
ereign John L. Pitts will bo unveiled
by Myrtle .Cumfl, No. COti, Woodmen
of tho World, at Friendship Presby
terian Church, Third Sunday, Septem
ber 18th at 11 o'clock a. m. An inter
esting address will bo dolivored by a
All Woodmen Camp and the pub
lic aro cordially invited to attend.
L. D. ELLEDGK, Clerk,
A HOY'S WILD HIDE FOR LIFE.
With family around expecting him
to die, and a son riding for life, 18
in?o?, to got Dr. King's Xe.v Discov
ery for consumption, coughs and colds,
W. Tl. Brown, of Lut-Svlllc, Ind., on*
dur. d doa'h's agonits from asthma;
but this wond rful medicine gave in
stant re icf and ?umi cu-ed bin. He*
writes: "I now sleep lonnd y every
night." Like marvelous euros of Con
sumption, pneumonia, bronchitis, colds
and grip prove its matchless merit lor
all Throat and Lung troubles. Guar?
aritee bottles RO conts and $1.00. Trial
bottles free at Liurons D ug t'o. and
Palmetto Drug Co.
-.^afct, B^^k Warm woollier brings dan^.-r (o liable /jJa?*^
^Hlt^lBl H Kecpuboitleni Itaby F.ase~ tlie world's
m *T*V*> ')('st baity iiiedio.ino ? on band. It i ?
?--vP W^*M*ll-m.^Qw*' f,afl". f"1''"-bnnnlcss ronicdy for all
dg, ^P?^f?VF?^ Kummer bowel nnd stomach troubles mKj^M
At nil iioocl i2ruf? stores, '25 conti, 19K*V
Ix^^^^r Manufactured by 15ABY KASIO CO., Macqn, ^^^S<)
e7p. milam & 00.
Your stock and poultry need dosing. Now is the time, pro
vided you use the International Stock Food Company's Products
None better on the market. Here are some of them and the prices:
International ?Stock Food.25c ami 50c.
Silver Pine Healing Oil.25c
Now, we will give with every 100 pound purchase a premium
of 16 pounds of any of the above products ; and a 25-cts package
with every 25 lbs. purchase. This is your opportunity ; A small
investment may prove a profitable one.
Our Undertakers' Stock as usual is complete. We carry
everything from the cheapest Coffin to the best
First-class Heartc when wanted. At night or ?Sunday 'Phone
H. M. Wright or R. P. Milam at their residences.
R. P. MILAM & CO..
I.A?RHNS, ?. C.
Pension lionrd Organized.
The Coun'y Podb'ioii Board Iias beon
organizod with tho selection of W. P.
Coker, ("hulrman and W. A. MoClin
toek, J. P. Oaldwoll and John M.
Hudgena as members o( tho board.
John M. Hudgons was cho'on couuty
ChairniBn Coker appointed P. H.
Madden of Cross Hill, J. W. 0' Bell of
Jacks snd Johu Dial of Dials as repre
sentatives from their rospeotivn town
ships, none having beon elected from
? hoso Townships.
FKAHFUl, ODDS AGAINST HIM.
Bc'lrid lci), alono and destitute. Such,
iu br'ef wai the condition of an old
soldier nv name of J. J. Havens, Ver
sailles. (). For yours ho was tiouhkd
uithKidn-y disouso and neither doc
tors uor me llclnos gave Mm rel'of. At
length he ti I 'd Klcc.rlo Bitters. It put
him on his feet in short order and now
he teHtilie.: "I'm on the road to cora
pleto reo every." Best on earth for
liver and >. iilney troub'os a?d all forms
of stomach and lowol complaints. Only
50 o- nis. Guaranfc-l by lvuirons Drug
Co. und Palmetto Drug Co.
Hyontel Only Guaranteed Cure for
This Common nnd Disagreeable
Ilyom-l cures catarrh by the simple
method of breathing it into tho air
passages and lungs. It kills the germs
of eatarrhal poison, heals and soothes
the Irritated mucous membrane and
drives thisdisoase from the system.
Jf you have any of the following
symptoms, eatarrhal germs are at
work somewhere in tho mucous mem
brane of the throat, bronchial tubes
or tissues of the lungs.
offensive breath the nos j
drynessof the nose stoppage of tho
pain across thoeyos nose at night
pain in back of the nclnng of the body
head droppings in the
pain in front of tho throat
tei.dency tj take
burning piin in the
hawking lo clear
pain in the Ohes!
stitch in sido
lo -iust of llesh
mouth open while
tickling back of
formation of crusts
In the nose
dryno?s of the
throat in the
loss of btrength
spasms of cough
low spirits at times cough short and
mucous cough worse nights
expectorating yel- andmornines
low matter lo*s in vital force
difficulty In breath- a feeling of light
ing noss acrofs the
frequent sneezing upper part of the
huskiuoss of voice choit
d Isobar go from
Flyomel will destroy activity of nil
catharrhal go ms in the respiratory or
gans and in a few weoks tho cure will
This is a strong statement, but The
batirens Drug t'o. emphasizes it. by
agreeing to refund your money if ETyo
mei does n A. cure.
Mr. Coshy's Thuiiks.
I take this method of thankin ; the
people of the county for the hospitality
ccorded me during the campaign, and
for Uio vote given me in the recent
J, 15, CosnY.
"I-vrns troubled with r.tom
n.-:i trouble. Thodford'a Dlaok
Igl Draught (ltd mo moro good
r*l in on.- ur'i lliotn nil tho doc
tor's modioino I took in a
}oar.v--.M Itfl. HA UAH K.
81IIHPIELD, Ellottsvllle, Ind.
Thcdford's Black Draught
quickly invigorates the ac
tion of the Stomach and
euros even chronic cases of
indigestion. If you will
take a small dose of Thed
ford's Blaek Draught occa
sionally you will keep your
stomach and livor in per
More sickness is caused by
constipation than by any
other disease. Thcdford's
Black-Draught not only re
lieves const ip:it ion but cures
diarrhoea and dysentery and
keeps the bowels regular.
All druggists soil
Draught Is the bosl medi
cine to r< gulnfO the bowels
I have ever used."- -M US.
A. M. (i II A NT, Sncads
Ferry, N. 0.
Pou frjAfcE -Thirty thoroughbred
Berkshire Digs, all agos and sizes, prioo
$3 lo*('? Apply to Dr. Dial
For vSai.iv?Store house oc
cupied by k. P. Milani & Co.
M. I,. Copeland.
Vva.ntki) -At one j a man who lfl hon
est and sober and can furnish good ro
eomniendat ions, to sell tho New Im
proved Singer Sewing Machine. F?x?
porlehce unnecessary. L'bornl oon?
Tim Singer Sewing Machine Store,
311 Has' LOjjan St., Groenwojd, s.?:
Wanted To swap a beautiful thor
OUghbred Jersey cow, too protly to sell
for hoof, for one that is fresh in milk.
('. (!. fba i herstonb,
Goto R. i'. Milain ?v. Co. for county
it. p. oats, orimioooloverseed and rye,
bag [Ing and ties. Will save you
Tho Chrysanthemum Show
Tho ladles of the Presbyterian and
Methodist Churoh63 are already hard
at work for the approaohing annual
Chrysanthemum Fair which will be
held early in November. It was a floe
success last year as every one remem
bers but they aro preparing to make
the affair moro elaborate, this fall.
Watch out for announcements and
BUCK LION'S ARNICA SALVE.
Has world-wide fame for marvellous
cures. It surpasses any other salve,
lotion, ointment or balm for outs, corns,
burns, boils, sores, felons, u'cors, tet
tor, salt rheum, fever pores, chapped
bands, skin eruptions; infallible for
piles. Cure, guaranteed. Only 25 ets
tit, I.aurens Drug Co. and Palmetto
Strayed, Saturday, 3rd of Sep
tember, a black mare about 8
years old in good condition,
weighs 900 pounds, small white
spot in forehead. Will be glad
of any information concerning
her, or if delivered will pay
W. A. Clark,
Laurens, S. C.
WHAT IS LIFE?
In tho last analyais nobody knows,
but we do know that it is under strict
law. Abuse that law even slightly,
pain results. Irregular living means
derangement of the organs, resulting
in constipation, headache or liver trou
ble. Dr. King's New Life Pills quickly
re-adjusts this. It's gontle, yet thor
ough. Only 25 cents at Laurens Drug
Co. and Palmetto Drug Co.
Card of Thanks.
I desire to express to tho people of
Lauiv-us county my sincere gratPude
for tho many kindnosses and courtesies
shown me during the campaign aud to
thank them for the very complimentary
vote given me on tho 30th ult. I ap
preciate it and take thismotho 1 of Bay
Jno. a. Franks.
Mit editor' I desire to thank the
people of Laureni county for Iheir
support in the recent primary, a?>d
svhile defeat is bitter, it id espec'aMy
gratifying to know that ray own homo
people of Hunter and Jacks gave me
such a splendid vote.
K. P. AOAlR,
SOUR S VOM ACH.
When tho quantity of food taken Is
too large or the quality tco rich, sour
stomach is likely to follow, and espec
ially so if the dlgeUion has hoen weak
ened by constipation. Eat slowly and
not too freely of easily digested food.
Masticate tho food thoroughly. Let
IIvo hours elapse between meals, and
when 5 on fool a fullness and weight In
the region of the stomach after eating,
lak-i Chaniber Iain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets and the sour stomach may be
avoldi d. Por sale by the Laurens Drug
Co. an l Dr. B P. Posey.
You do not run any risk In buying a
Cooking Stovo from us because every
stove i) >oght of u3 is guaranteed to
give rat'sfactlon or your money will bo
cheerfully re'unded. Bo bum to poo
our line and got our prices before you
S. M. & E.H. Wilkos & Co.
When troubled with constipation try
Chnml'crluin's Stomach and Liver Tab
lots. They are easy to take and produce
no griping or other unpleasant ollect.
For sale by Laut ens Drug Co. and Dr.
B, B\ Posey.
Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. B. Bobo have
returned tu the city, having spent tho
summer at Mrs. Mary Harksdalo's,
near Highland Home.
I find nothing hotter lor liver de
rangement and constipation than Chan
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.?
L. F. An dews. Des Moines, Iowa. For
?salo by Dr. B. F. Posoy and Laurons
CP RED OF LAME HACK AFTER 15
YE A RS OF SUFFERI MG."
"1 bad been troubled with lame back
for fifteen years and I found a complete
recovery in the use of Chamberlain's
Pain Halm," says John O. Bisher, GP
latn, Ind. This liniment is also w!tli
mit an equal for sprains and bruiScS
It, Is for pale by tho Laurens Drug Co.
and Dr. H. F. Posey.
What is Di\ James' Iron
Blood and Liver Tonic?
Dr. James' Iron Hlood and Liver
Tonic is a true tonic and blood food
medicino. It increases tho appetite,
sttvngtnens the whole system, by caus
ing tho most important organs of the
human body to perform thoir propor
functions. First, iron is a normal con
stituent of tho b'ood; pure blood con
tains iron, if you aro pale, woak and
nervous, you need a tonic which con
tains iron in a form that will bo absorb'
od by tho system and entor tho blood.
Dr. James' Iron Blood and Liver Touic
supplies the proper amount. Now, tho
largest, and most important organ of
the lmm.ni body must be looked after?
tho liver, A torpid liver moans impure
blood, a bad complexion, and a dull eye
and brain; so you can sco the great ne
cessity of an active, hoalthy llvor. Tho
moment your liver falls lo actovory or
gan suffers. Your stomach and digest*
1 ive organs become alToctod. The gatos
of the citadel of lifo aro thrown wide
open, and diseases of overy description
attack the body. Dr. JiunoV Iron Hlood
and Llvor Tonic contains a laxative
di ng, which acts on tho livor, rolioving
biliousness and cures chronic constipa
tion. We go still further, and wo find
when a person Is suffering from con-iti
patlon almost invariably thoir digos
1,mi I -, p.) >r, the food fails t-> nmrlsh
and strengthen. Dr. .fames' Iron Hlood
tnd Liver Tofllo cures indigestion and
dyspepsia It causes the food you eat
to assimilate, and tho process of diges
tion is again active. Nlne-tonths of our
people sulTor from indigestion and con
stipation; to these wo recomraond tho
great ton'c compound.
Dr. J1111108' Iron Blood and
For Sale by
PALMETTO. DRUG CO.
Sample buttle Free.
GET THE SIGNED GUARANTEE.
i.aureus Drug Co. Agrees to Return
Money If MI-o-na Falls to
Make You Well.
Have The Laurens Drug Co. sign the
following guarantee when you buy a
box of Mlo-na, nature's cure for dys
We horeby agree to refund thp
money paid Jor Mi-o-na on return of
tho empty boxes if the purchafor tollt
us that It has failed to cure dyspepsia
>r stomach trouble This guaran$?e
covors two 50 cents boxes, or a montii's
Mi-o-na Ib a romarkablo preparation
that tones up tho digestive oivuns and
quickly gives porfoct haalth and
Htrength. It will cure the worst oase
?f indigestion, or the depressed irri
tated state that aftllcts nearly every
one who has stomach t rouble. It is not
a mere digestive like tho pepsin tab-'
lets, but is a remedy that ab-olutoly and
positively cures dyspepsia and restores
perfect boatth to tho digestive system.
The Laurens Drug Co., can tell you
of many of their customors who recom
mend Al l-o-na because it cured them.
Bettor than all testimonials, though, is
the guarantee uudor which Mi-o-na is
sold. It is a p ain positive statement
that if this remedy does not relieve you
of indigestion, it will cost you abso
Money to Loan.
Ou real estate, one-half to two thirds
of its value at 8 per cent interest on
such time as will suit borrowor In sums
of from $500. up. Make your arrange
ments at once with
Fkkguson & FEATHEItSTONB.
Tho family of Walter H. Lynch, Su
perintendent of the 1 .aureus Cotton
Mills, arrived in the city yesterday
from Orangeburg and are occupying
tho Superintendent's house on East
Mrs. W. E Lucas and party, includ
ing Masters Edwin and Robert Lucas,
Dr. B S. Lucas, Misses Lll Harris and
Mamie Cummings returned to Lau
rens Saturday from a two weeks' visit
to New York.
The Laurens Steam Laundry has
just ins'alled a private eloctical plant
and telephone system.
Miss M*m'e McDaniol of Leary, Ga.,
is visiting Mrs W. P. Hudgens on
South Harper Street.
Mrs. J. A. Greer has gone to Colum
bia to spend tho winter.
Laurens Dorroh and E. D. Shell,
loading citizens of Gray Court were In
the city Monday.
W. E. Cook was in town Monday
Prof. W. P. Culborston, of the
Mountvillo High School spent Monday
in thi city.
SPECIAL Notick?I have just received
a lino line of fsll and winter samples of
all tho latest styles. Prices to suit the
times. Pants made to order from $1.00
up. Suits made to order from $12.00
up. A lit is always guaranteed. I also
invite you to join my pressing club,
only $l.oo per month. Phone l8o, Min
E. .1 .NANCY, Tailor.
State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF LAURENS.
Court of Common iPleas.
1'iedm nt Savings and Investment
Company, Plaintiff, against Clarence
E. Gray, ot al, Defendant?.
Pursuant to a decreo of tho Court in
the above stated action, I will sell at
Laurens, 0. IL, S. C, on Salesday In
Octobor 100t, it being tho 3rd day of
?ho month, to the highest bidder, the
following lot or pioce of land, to wit:
All that certain lot or pleco of land
situate, lying and being In the city of
Laurens, fronting on Jones S'reet one
hundred and live (105) feot and on Irby
Avenue a distanco of ono hundred and
ninety (190)feot,boing bounded on North
by Jones S'reet, Kast by lot of J. E.
Carlislo, South by lot of Mrs. W. P.
Thomason and West by Irby Avenue,
being tho same convoyed to C. E.
Gray by J. P, Gray on Nov. 30th, 1899,
by deed of record in Clerk's ofllce for
Laurens County, S. C, in Hook 11 at
Torms of S*le?One-half cash, bal
ance, on credit of twelve months, se
cured by bond of purchusor and mort
gage of promises Purchasor to pay for
papers. If purchaser fails to comply
with torms of salo will bo resold at his
or her risk on sumo or some subse
john F. Bolt,
o. c. c. p.
Sop'.. 7, 1001? It.
State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF LAURENS.
Whorea?) Maggie N. Cnmpton, made
suit to me, to grant hor Lottors of Ad
ministration of the Estate of and o fleets
of the said L. D. Compton, deceased,
that they be and uppour bofore mo, in
the Court of Probate, to bo hokl at
I Laurens, O. H. S. C, on the .'lOth day
I of September, 1901, noxt after publica
I tion thereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
I noon, to show oavue, if any thoy have,
why tho said Administration should
not he granted.
I Given under my Hand, this 12th day
, of September.
O. G. THOMPSON,
j, r. L. c.
Sopt. 12, 1004?2t.
L. M. SPEERS
Nowfoorry, S. C.
Marble and Granite