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Before You Buy ox Sell
any Kind of
i .Real Estate, or Business,
* Write us your wants.
J. Y. Gakl-ington & Co.,
Laurens, S- C.
Ahh KINDS OF
Palmetto Drug Co.
Get them while stock is
Ab Smith Was Convicted
% VWRIGHT ACQUITTED.
He Was I ml loir d fur Per|urlng Himself
In a Muxsi rate's Court Two
The Court of General Sessions
adjourned Friday afternoon.
v The last case tried was that of
the State vs. Thos. Dean, col
\ * ored, charged with assault and
battery. He was found guilty
and received a sentence of six
months on the gang.
Ab Smith was convicted of
manslaughter Wednesday. Smith
killed another negro named Joe
Linsey in Jacks Township at- a
frolic Saturday night, September
25th. The killing was the re
sult of a quarrel between the two
negroes about a negro girl, sister
in-law of Smith's. Linsey was
shot fatally with a shot gun in
the hands of Smith, who carried
the gun to the party with him.
There were witnesses who swore
. to seeing a pistol in Liusey's
hands when Smith fired 011 him,
while others testified that he was
unarmed and begged Smith not
The most interesting case
heard during the week was that
of the State vs. I, W. Wright
charged with perjury.
l, The trial engaged the Court
f two days and the proceedings
were witnessed by large crowds
The examination of witnesses
was finished early Thursday af
ternoon and immediately argu
ments iu the case were begun, W.
C. Irby, Jr., leading off for the
prosecution. He was followed
by Messrs. McGowan and Richey
of counsel for the defense. Fri
day morning B, A. Morgan, Esq.
of Greenville closed for the de
fense and Solicitor Sease finished
for the State. ?
With the Judge's charge the
case went to the jury shortly af
rfet 11 o'clock and in 35 minutes
a verdict of ''not guilty" was re
The trial of Mr. Wright
charged with perjury was the re
sult of a sworn statement made
by the defendant in Magistrate
Hudgen's Court, August 20th last
to the effect that the Clinton Cot
ton Mill did not dock its help for
S. Bobo, a former operative at
the Clinton Cotton Mill had
brought suit against the mill for
$8.85. Bobo claimed that his six
t children had been docked a dollar
L each for quitting the Clinton Cot
Ik ton Mill without working a two
?peeks' notice. The balance
Hissing from the tickets, $2.85
Blr? accounted for, having been
?^yen out for rents, etc. Bobo
Ratified to all this in the Magis
0 ate's court.
W': -' Among the witnesses who were
Wk .itroduced by the defendant com
W : >any was Superintendent Wright,
^ who, under oath, swore that the
Clinton Cotton Mill did not dock
any of the operatives for quitting.
Bobo lost his suit. Immediately
proceedings were instituted
against Wright, charging that
in making oath that the Clinton
Cotton Mill never docked for
quitting, he had wilfully
perjured himself. The prelimi
nary was heard by Magistrate
Hudgens who sent the case up to
the circuit court.
The case was called Wednes
day afternoon. The State put up
14 witnesses resting its case
Thursday morning. About 30 wit
nesses were introduced by the de
fense. These comprised of the
officers of the Clinton Mill, pres
1 ent and former employees and a
number of character witnesses
from Clinton and Laurens.
Witnesses for the persecution
told of being docked for quitting
at the mill and some stated that it
was a rule.
, This was denied by M. S. Bai
7 ley, president of the mill. He
said it was not the rule and that
he had never instructed the super
intendent and overseers to dock
for quitting. Room bosses and
employees testified that docking
simply for quitting was not prac
ticed. It was admitted that it
sometimes happened when an
operative walked out during
work hours, leaving his work in
bad shape, a fine of one dollar
was imposed. This was done as
Mr. Wright, the defendant,
went on the stand Thursday af
ternoon and swore in toto to the
statement he made in the Magis
Superintendent Wright has
been in the cotton mill business
39 years, having come up to his
AT THE SIIOJLS.
Finishing Touches Are living Glveu
the Mill Bulldlug-Other Work
Warks Shoals, Oct. 21.?
The employees of the Ware
Shoals Manufacturing Company,
though comparatively few in
number, have accomplished much
during the months of favorable
weather conditions. The walls
and roof of the Factory building
having been completed, the fin
ishing touches to the inside work
are now being given by the car
penters and painters.
Two of the great concrete
flumes for the conveyance of the
water from the canal to the pow
er house are ready for their
work The granite walls of the
power house are wanting their
roof to make a complete struct
ure and some of its machinery is
now being placed.
The track of our railroad is
laid from the main line of the
Southern to the hills beyond
Turkey Creek and the grading
of the remaining division is now
Miss Nona Riley has again
taken charge of the school at
this place and reports au enroll
ment of thirty pupils.
The health of our community
continues to be remarkably good.
For two years a goodly number of
families have gathered here and
as yet not one death has oc
curred among them.
T. J. Suyder has removed his
family from this place to Green
wood. Mr. Suyder has been
connected with the enterprise
here from its beginning, having
had the superivsion of all the
stone and concrete work done,
and his family having lived here
for two years will be greatly
Mrs. Moseley, accompanied by
her daughter, Miss Carrie of
Princeton and her grand
daughter, Miss Nelle Pratt of
Greenwood, visited her daugh
ter, Mrs. Tames Cork this week.
how TO CURE CORNS AND BUN
First, soak the eOrtt or bunion in
warm water to soften it; then pare it
down as closely as possible without
drawing blood and apply Chamber
lain's Pain Hilm twice dally, rubbing
vigorously for flvo minutes at each ap
pLcatlon. A corn plaster should be
worn a few days to protect It from the
shoe. As a general liniment for
sprains, bruises, lameness ami rheu
matism, Pain Balm is unequalod. For
?ale by Laurens Drug Co. and Dr. B.
Low F.xcnrslon Kates.
On account exhibition of Fore
paugh & Sells Pros. Circus, Lau
rens, S. C, October 29th, the
Charleston & Western Carolina
Railway will sell round trip tick
ets from Troy, Greenwood, Spar
tanburg, Greenville and all in
termediate agency stations to
Laurens, S. C, at very low rates.
Tickets en sale October 29th,
with final return limit October
30th, but for the convenience of
those desiring to return to their
homes after the afternoon per
formance special trains for Green
ville and intermediate stations
and Spartanburg and intermed
iate stations will leave Laurens
6 p. m., October 29th, and pas
sengers for Greenwood and inter
mediate stations can use train
No. 16, returning, leaving Lau
rens lyaurens 6.55 p. m.
Nervous and Could Not Sleep.
Columbia, S. C, April 13. 1004
Dear Sirs: After a fevere attack of
grip, I was all run down, and had no
appetite ar.d was exceedingly we?k,
and could not sleep. I sought relief in
Dr. James' Iron Blotd and Liver Tonic,
?n l the money was well Invested?
never got such good returns for money
invested before. Heiore I had finished
the first bottle my appetite was goo I,
and I could rept woll at night. Iran
cot say too much in pral-e of Dr.
James' Iron Blood and Liver Tonic.
This testimonial Is unsolicited.
J. 8. Hooan,
228 Marion St.
Six whlto men have been arrosted
charged with the lynching of Keltt
Bookart, a negro, at Futawville last
July. The men were arrested by Pink
erton deteotives who have been work
ing on the casi several months under
the direction of Govornor Heyward.
They were brought to Columbia and
p'nced in the ponltont'ary for safe
keeping, us the j til at Monck's Corner
is not in good condition. They will be
held for trial,
present position from a sweeper
in the old Pendlcton Mill at the
age of 11. He has been con
nected with a number of the
leading mills of the Piedmont
section. Besides being superin
tendent of the Clinton Mill he is
one of the aldermen of Clinton
and is a highly regarded citizen.
G A. t?i ?0 XI X A. m
Bun too 1 's Kind Y-J jlf-9 Always BougM
Final Presentment or tirand Jury.
To tbe hotorabl Ernest Gary, presld
We, the grand jurors for Laureus
covnty, beg to submit this, our final
presentment for the October term of
We havo carofully examined a 1 bills
handed us by tbo solicitor during the
present term and msde our presenN
inei,t. upon each as was in our judg
ment just and proper.
Our committee visited the County
Hume and r. port same in good condi*
tlon, except some repairs needed, acd
the same will have tho atlentlon of the
Supervisor at ooce.
Our Committee examined the Mag
istrates' Books and havo found them
neatly kept and correct.
We note with pleasure the improve
ments made in tbe Court House, such
as building flues, etc., and recommend
that other needed repairs be made at
Our Committee visited tho County
Jail and report same properly kept. We
again call the attention of tho propor
Officials ms to the building of a new
stable and a new dining room at tho
The Supervisor and County Com
missioners have filed their reports for
the 1st. 2nd and 3rd quarters of this
year with us, and tho same havo been
In conclusion, wo desire to thank
your Horor, Ernest Gary, for the able
and efficaoious manner displayed by
you in dispensing the business of the
We also wish to extend our thanks
to our able and efllclent Solicitor, T.
8. 8ease, for his advloe and the many
oourfcsUs extended us during this
Court. All of which is respectfully
l'EBILS OF LAND AM) SEA.
Captalu Winner's ltcmarkablo Escape
Shows What to do in Time of Trouble.
For many years, Captaid Willnef,
aays the Times of Glouoestor, Maes.,
was one of the best known seaman In
the Gloucester Fleet. The sea and its
dangers had no terror tor him, but tho
catarrba! troubles wi li which ho suf
fered It liftoen years, made biui dread
tho eights at sea, for he had to walk
tbe oabin iloor, being unable to lio
down and sleep on account of tho con
stant catarrhal dropping.
Captain Wllnof wont to two differ
ent h<>. pi la's for treatment, bet could
get no la?ting benefit. He constantly
raised yellow and green phlegm und
his trouble became to unbearable, ar.d
nauseating that he was ashamed to go
out in company. When despairing of
ever getting relief, h'.s wife purchased
a Hyomel outfit for him and trying it
boforo ruing to bed, be eujjyed the
flr?t whole night's sleep for ten years.
Captain Wil nef Bays: "I havo used
less than two bottles of Tlyomo'. and
have been cured by the remedy Uy
friends ask n.e what is r.<sponslb'o for
my Improvement, ar.d T t..-ll i,h?m Hyj
no i, which has given me full und com
Captain Willnef S experience shows
our readora what to do in time of ca
tarrhal trouble,?u-.o Hyomel. This
remarkable treatment kills tho germs
of catarrh and makes lasting and per
manent euros. The 1 aureus Drug Co.
sell Hyomei under their per?onyl guar
antoe to refund the mouey if it does
not give quick relief.
Superintendent R. L. Walker of Ihe
Knoreo Cotton Mill was in attendance
upon the Court last weok.
NKW ACTS PROM AIIKOA1).
itv. tho Hungarian iMagynrs-, I n Fa
milie LfCUSSOU, M?ns. II iiIm'1 I,
the Mavtiiieks and Others.
The announcement of the Groat
Forepaugh and Sol's Brothers United
Show.?, fomlng to Laurens, Saturday,
October 29th, indicate that they havu
no* only FOOUred tho very herfc of homo
talent, but thoroughly r-SBBtoked all
foreign Heids In Bearob of genuine and
original thrills and tickles. From
abroad come lo u< for tho first time tho
r'sarvasl Frer.oz ftoupeof Hungarian
Magyars, wb t>o dances, acrobatic
foats and tribal mo'oilioB ?.ro described
as both Intensely thrilling and strangoly
interesting. Tho gay capital of Franco
loads i'a most popular equostriun fea
ture in La Familie Leousson, whoee
coiublnod equestrian and park brake
barobaok and aorobatlo novoltios will
doubtless am i/c all beholders hero as
thoy did there, and which are elapsed
as tho only absolutely now equestrian
perfornnnces seen in any arena for
balfaceutu y. Another arenio Euro
pean chIo? i i y who I r the Hrst time
vj ir^ this e uatr.v i- Mous. Hubert,
h s or giiuil equestrian acts including
leaping from ho ground u> a horso's
back while I oldiug ? sulky on high by
its i hill-', und b?lanoing a park oart on
his chin, after having per for mod many
novel and diflloult Juggling nots thorc
in. The four merry Marti neks, who
have tet all Europe laughing t'r< m o:?r
to ear, have beou added to the whole
comic circus of clowns, which feat uro
this groat tdiow was tho flrat to intro
duce* At tho head of all homo or for
eign acrobatic fsmilles stand the rsddys,
who will appear in their hew and the
only aerial stage acrobatic innovation.
UK 11,1,1 A VI WKIMHMJ NEXT WEEK
Miss Sullivan uf Luurens ami Air. Rich
ardson of Clarendon.
The following invitations have hoen
isaued announcing an event which will
bo of greal interost socially all over
"Mr. und Mrs Joseph Hewlet Suld
van invlto you to bo present at the
marriage ceremony of their daughter,
Margare', and Mr. Riohard C. Rioh
ardsor, Jr., at 11 o'clock, Wednesday
morning, November 2, 1004, 411 West
Main Mroa, 1 aureus, S. C."
Tho hrldc-eloot is very prominent
and popular socially iu Laurcus and
wherever the is known. Mr. Richard
son is from Clarendon County and a
member ol a family distinguished In
the his ory of the State. Tho wedding
will bo a Urge unl brilliant affair.
If baby's h al h Is dear to you,
Then lot mo tell you what to do.
Kre pain h w? racked its tender frame.
Just lot "I'EE l'HINA"eafee tho same.
"TKETHINA" Allays Irritation,
Aids Digestion, Overcome* and Coun
ior.ieis the EfTeats uf manner's boat,
regulates the bowels and makes teeth
ing easy and costs only 2? ojnts.
M'"- and Mrs. John Myers of Seneca
; pent a portion of last week with their
son, Dr. J. II. Myers in the city.
?'Do you think your father would ob
ject to your marrying mo?"
See?"If ho thinks as I do, ho cer
tiinly would; and, If you don't get
IClng's Catarrh Cure, und taue it for
had breath, you've got, to sit farther
No man has an excuse for Sad Breath
when Tho Palmetto Drug Co. sells a
positive cure -guaranteed, for$l 00.
Look around if you will, and see what other stores have,
get their prices, then try us and you will have a keener ap
preciation of what real style and genuine bargains are. We
are glad Laurens has other Dry Goods and Shoe stores, for
without these with which to compare our great line you
could not know how well we are serving the trade. Look
around, see all the Dry Goods and Shoes in town, examine
what you see, note prices, then try us, and you will be thor
oughly satisfied that we have all and even more than we
claim. . . .
YOU WANT SHOES, AND YOU WANT GOOD SHOES
Let us show you our Shoes before you buy. Wo have one of the greatest
lines *'of reliable foot wear in the county?nothing but the best in all
lines and at the same time our prices are at the bottom notch. To buy
Shoes from us once is to be our .Shoe customer hereafter. Why don't you
try us next time you want shoes?
Men's shoes, ?
Ladies' shoes, =
? - 98c to $4.00
= 48c to $3.50
10c to $2.00
Magnificent Dress Goods Stock
Never in the history of Laurens has a greater line of Dress Goods and
silks been shown than we are showing. The moment ladies lay their eyes on
our display they are struck with the newest of styles and at the meantime the
reasonableness of our prices. Double width Dress Flannel, 25c; All-Wool Dress
Cheviots, 35c; 54-inch Dress Cheviots, 5oc; Novelty Dress Goods, 35c to $1.5o.
SILKS, SILKS, SILKS! See us for Silks- the greatest lino at the low
est price. Shirt Wait Silks, twenty-five, thirty-live and fifty-nine cents, anc
one dollar and twenty-five cents.
Jackets, Cloaks and Capes
When you see our line of styles and prices you will know, as we can't tell you, what a won
derful line we have and at what close prices we are selling them.
HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND Oh HER BARGAINS
Hundreds of other Bargains all over our big store tViat we haven't space to mention.
COME! AND SEE THEM
O. B. Simn^ons Co.,
Laurens' Greatest Drjr Goods Store,
The Close of a Beautiful Life.
"And Death! Oh! with what a velvet
(read she finds ub,
And teaches us her awful lore and
Death Is continually c.orp'ng to mar
our pleasures and tab/' ?m us those
whom wo love best. A^ ? the Prince
?II RapVst Church^ ion sorely af
tlic!"d in tho doaj/ ~,>ayar 8if,tor
This timo, t ,':3sSpt0 "come up
higher" wasc* mo of Bro. Jthn
M. Wood, a'id on Wednesday, Septem
ber 7th, Mary Bramblett, bis devoted
wife, went home to Heaven, dying as
she had lived, trusting in God.
May Wood! how familiarly sweet
sounds that name! What sacred memo
r',o8, what realms of wondrous beauty
ara clustered around it! Yesterday,
she was, today she Is not; s?ontly we
weep for tho voice of our loved one,
now forever still.
Dear May was a woman of a rarely
boautiful character. In early life she
gave hor heart to God and horse'f to
His service. As the years came and
wont, she grow into a lovely young vo
rnan. Modest, refined, cultured, wise
far bo' ond hor years, possessing truly
the "ornament of a meok and quiet
spirit." To her, friendship was gol
den, and in her keeping, friendly
trusts were In sacrod custody.
Only a few years ago she was hap
pily married to Bro. Wood and it was
in the home rotations that in her wcro
j displayed,?all those qualities of mind
I and heart that adorn the highes1, type
of Christian womanhood. Together she
and her husband laid themselves on
God's altar; together they studied
God';: word, and, sweet and awful is
tbe place, where together they knelt iu
prayer, as the shades of evening were
gathering around their homo.
From here wont out a loving service,
such as only the Christ-like child can
render?a service that fed tho hun
gry, clothed the needy, comforted the
distressed; a service not limited by
Church or racial linos.
Tho godly walk, the beautiful hos
pitality, tho happy, helpful Oonvorsv
Ion are reverently remembered, and
ill ever be a benediction to those who
visited in that Christian homo.
For the good she could do, for tho
sako ol those she was helping, we
could have wished her to stay longor
with us, out God's choice of t sphere
for us, for our own sake and for other?,
is far better than ours. At no time
did slm shrink from Heaven. She kept
her hous) in order, constantly watch
ing and awaiting the coming of tbe
Could ",0 fathom the. mystery that
.surround' her presort state? G?ll ill
our dull ears calch the echoes of her
voice, mingled w;.h the sweet songs of
the waiting angels, wo feel sure that,
as she was burno in the arms of the
shining escort, from tho Homeland
thoro would come to us (he triumphant
trains of ''Welcome Home.*'
"Foudrht 'he light the victory won,
Hallujah, PraLe yo tho Lor.I!"
The husband will miss the loyal help
meet and for the moment tho light i
gone out of bis Lome. Tho two little
boys will miss the mo her's love, her
wlso counsels, her smiles and little
acis of service so necesfary to life.
Tho brother will miss the sister's love
that from her hoart's reple'eoess, bus
been lavished upon him all his life.
Snt they s' rrow w t as thoso wiiho.it
hope. She has only gone on be for and
Heaven will seem moro honelike, be*
cause sho is there ' Blessed are they
that mourn, for they shall be com
forted." "Whorofore, comfort ono an
other with these words.
in her do itli is c.iusod a vncmt place
in our Church, our Sabbs.li School and
our Chttroh Societies, By her life, her
prayers, her porsonal appeal?, she
brought in ny to Christ. "They that
tu.n many to righteousness shall shine
as tho stars forever."
Her tune, hor talent and her money
wore freely given in I he great causo of
missions, those things "declaring that
sho sought a country "
To those of us who uro left of tho Wo
man's Aid and Missionary Society, hor
death is ono of those mysterious dis
pensations of the All-wiso God. While
it solely afilicts and brings Into our
hi arts sorrow too deep for words, yet
we realize that it brings with it a mes
sage of love from our dear Heavenly
Patbor; and we turn our hearts up
ward to Him who did it, ai d b, g Him
help us road aright thi.-* message, and
\v< shall find comfort by turning away
from self to tho blessed momories of
oer sab tod sistor, by rejoioing in her
present gain, by ministering to those
whoso mods and grief arc greater than
OUra. l'ree:ous in the a"ght of the
Lord is the death of His sainis "
Mrs. Mary W. Carter,
Mrs. L'zzle A. Traynbam,
Mrs. Georgia C. Allen,
Mies Luole Anna Taylor,
Committee for Church and Society.
In Miakcitown the pcoplo all
Shcok lati and oarly, largo and smill.
Some blamed their Ills on their relig
Some cursed the ague of iho region,
i hough on Iho cause they didn't agree
They shook witb unanimity,
A traveler, as he pus-od that way,
With pity deep, to them did say:
"Oh. why In this sad stato remain,
Wl eil h i"'s a cure for every pain.'"
rilOti gave each one this is no myth?
A b ittlo labeled " Wintorsmlth."
Twixl ' fe and foar each drank his
Was cured completely then and th re;
And no more shake these shivering
They've -rrown as quiet ns queer cl ul
E oh lovos tho othor with love |.la
And all praiso Wintorsmith great
Mrs. J. D, Clary vlalted in Greon
woO'l during the ,?ast week.
SESSIONS OF SYNOD
Rev. Hobt. Adams Preach
ed Opening Sermon.
Rev. James McDowell Was Elected
Discussed and Voted Upon.
Clinton, Oct. 2+.?C.inton during
the past week was the poict of tntereeft
to Preshyterians over the Sta'e, s the
Synod was ia session the greater part
of the week. It was Iho largest meet
ing over held, some two hundred dele
gates, besides a large number of visi
tors attending. The Synod opened
Tuesday night with a fine sermon by
the retiring Moderator, Rev. Robert
Hdains of Laurens.
Rev. Jas. McDowell of Sumter was
then eleotfd Moderator.
Addresses woro made during the
sessions by Rev. S. L. Morris on Home,
Missions; Rev. C. R. Ilemphill, D. D.,
on Foreign Missions; Rev. H. II.
Sweets on ministerial education and
relief; Dr. Henry Lewis Smith on Da
vidson College and Rev. W. M. Mc
. Pheeters on Iho Presbyterian College
of South Carolina.
The Seminary question was first pre
sented to Synod by Dr. J. W. Waiden
of Athens, representing the Georgia
Synod, in favor of romoval. Those who
spoke on behalf of consolidation were
Rev. W. G. Nevlllo, Mr. W. F. Steven
for, Rev. B. P. Reid, Rev. J. D. Hall,
1). D., Rev. W. iM. McPhoetfrs, P. D.
and Rev. H. A. White, D. D. of tho
On tho other side wero Rev. S. M.
Smith, D. D. Rev. G. A. Blackburn,
Rov. W. J. McKay, D. D., Mr. W. A *
0 ark, Dr, R F. Wyman and Rev. J.
W. Flinn, D. D. Tno arguments wero
sirong on b 'tb sides, but the vote re
sulted in favor of removal, 0(1 to 62.
This of course is conditional. To be
come effeotlve the several synods in?
terested must agree to the plan. The
next meeting ?vill be he'd at Reck
Hill, October 17, 1005.
Georgo Boozer and daughter were
guests of Dr. J. J. Boczor last week.
Misses Annie Copolaod, Rosa Bailey,
Al'en Leakc and Ina Vance will attend
the Fair this week.
Rev. W. G. Neville has accepted the
Presidency of the Collego and will
move to Clinton In November. The
outlook (or bh" College is most on*
T. n. Barber, a largo cotton planter
of South Carolina, said: "Forton years
1 suffered with severe headache. , reg
ular splitting, unfiittlng me for busi
ness and putting m ? in bod. I find
only Lee's Headache and Neuralgia
Remedy never fnils to euro me prompt
ly." A scientific euro. Sold by The
Palmetto Drug Co.
Cross Hill Personal Facts.
CROSS Hill, Oct. 2-1. ? Miss Sara
Beeks, who has been visiting her aunt,
Mrs. J. D. Austin returned home Mon
dav from Cc ronbca.
Miss Bct'.io Walts of I.aurens is
.-pending aw hi o with Mrs. M. T.
J. W, Lianna attended Court last
Rev C. A. B. Jennings of Reid vi lie
visited his aunt, Mrs. John C. Wado
Monday on his way to Clinton to attend
M ases Lillymao Rudd and Mary
Owens wont to Greenwood Tuesday.
Mist Maude R?8orand Mr. Latimor
Rasor of Donalds stopped with rela
tives from 2 until tho 5 o'clock train on
their way to Whitmire? to visit their
brother, W. H. Raso:*, a successful
merchant of that place,
M. T. Simpson attended Synod at
Clinton last week.
Letter to B. F. Posey.
Laurens, S. C.:
Dear Sir: Somo think wo take a
good deal of risk in inviting complaints
of Levoo leail-and-zinc?wo authorize
our agont to sell it under this guar
"If you have any fault to find with
this paint, either now in putting it on,
or horoftfeer Id Mio wear, teil your
dealer about it.
"We authorlzs him to do what la
right at our exponso."
Tho following story tells how little
the risk is:
J, II. Asher & Co., hardware dealers,
Hhin*hrck, N. Y., havo eo'd Devoe
from to now; have sold thousands of
gallons and have had just one com
p'alnt la all this t tno.
Ihreo sides of u house woro perfect;
the fourth was as bad as tho three
[Explanation?it rained tho night be
foro tho fourth ?id) was patuted; and
the painters didn't wait for the wood to
What is done in such a cafe? What*
ever tho dosler, whatever tho dealer,
wh-j sold tho paint, considers host. We
leave it to him. lie may not do ex
actly what we should do If we wero
there; but wo are not thoro. Tho best
we can do is to leave it to him.
F. W. DcVoeft Co.
Moseloy ?fe Roland soil our paint.
S uitor B. R. Tillman dolivered a
speech Ht Gaffnoy Saturday in response
to tho invilation of many of the citi
/.ons who wished to havo him discuss
prohibition, licenso or disponsary. It
was desired to have tho senator to
speak on those subjects in view of tho
opproachlng election that is to be held
in that, city on tin question of dispen
sary or no dispensary. A big crowd at
tended the meeting which was held In
tho court house.
n*?rt tho ,4 U>? Kind You llava A.ways Boupjit
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