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Before You Buy or Sell
any Kind of
Heal Estate, or Business,
Write us your wants.
J. Y. Garlington & Co.,
Laurens, S. C.
ALL KINDS OF
Palmetto Drug Co.
Get them whije stock Is
LAURBNS, S C. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2. 1904
At Cross Hill
Cross Hill, Oct. ao.?Mr. Beu
ny Young, of Ninety Six, visited
his brother, Mr. G. D, Young,
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Miller vis
ited the State Fair last week.
Before returning homo they will
go to Ridgeway to visit relatives.
Misses Wilma Ramey, Belle
Madden, Mrs ? Abney, Messrs. G.
D. Young and W. T. Boyce were
amou? the number who attended
the fair last week.
Miss Mary Boyce left Wednes
day for Abbeville where she will
visit friends and also atten the
Pendey-McNeill wedding, which
takes place Nov. 2nd.
; HERB W. EDWARDS INJURED.
Herb W. Edwards of Des Monies,
Iowa, got a fall on an icy walk last
winter, spraining bis wrist and bruis
ing bis knees 'The next day," ho
says, "they were to sore and stiff I was
afraid I would havo to stay in bed,
but I rubbed them well with Cham
berlain's Pain Balm and after a few
applications all soreness had disap
peared." For sale by Laurens Drug
Co. and Dr. B. F. Posey.
SPECIAL THUM COMMON PLEAS
Will Convene November 21, with Ellis
flraydon of Greeuwood Presiding.
The 1 aureos Bar Association has
asked that Hon. Ellis G. Graydon oi
Greenwood be appointed to hold a spec
ial term of common pleas court here,
beginning Monday, November 27 and
continuing two weeks if necessary.
E.?er^y all gone? Headache? Stom
ach out of order? Simply a case of
torpid liver. Burdock Blood Bitters
will mako a new man or woman of you.
J. Matt Cooley, one of the wealthiest
oitlzens of the up country, died at Wll
liamston last Thursday aged iifty. He
accumulated a fortune estimated at
$120,000. He was a bachelor, and left
his estato to Miss lola Cooley and
Vance Cooley, his neice and nepl.ew.
Hundreds of lives saved every year
by having Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil in
the house just when it is needed. Cures
oroup, heals burns, outs, wounds of
At the Bagood place in Saluda
county twenty-five bales of seed cotton
were burned last Thursday, entailing a
loss of $1,500.
LAURENS COTTON MILLS STORE I
Since the Cotton
Season Started 3pT
we have been unloading on an average of
one car FLOUR per week?last week we
unloaded two cars of 1st and 2nd patent.
That Means Something!!
We have never learned the candidate's
hearty handshake, nor do we pretend to
love the "dear people" so much?but we
do claim that our methods are saving the
farmers money, and making some for
oursleves. Get our prices, and see quality
of our goods..
T. C. LUCAS, Manager
The Bank of Laurens
Laurens, S. C.
established november, 895
Money in a strong bank is better
than government bonds, because
it earns more and is quite as
safe. This bank allows interest
in its savings department at four
per cent, per annum, compounded
January and July. Its ample
capital and surplus and careful
conservative management affords
Deposits received from one
O. B. SIMMONS, President.
J. J. Pluss, W. P. Caine,
CASHIER. ASST. CASHIER.
Y^UR stationery, always
makes an impression on
those who receive it. Do
you care to make a favor
able impresion? Do you
care to please yourself with
using what is a delight to
the eye, the sense of touch,
and is at the same time an
assurance that your station
ery is the correct thing in
style? We have the finest
stock and greatest variety
Death or Miss Mary Nash.
This lovable young woman
died at the home of her father,
Mr. James Nash in Dials town
ship last Wednesday morning
after an illness of about three
weeks. She was laid to rest on
the following day in the Fairview
churchyard, the burial ceremonies
being attended by a large con
course of sorrowing friends and
relatives. She was a sister of
county superintendent of educa
tion-elect and was a young lady
greatly admired and beloved by
all who knew her.
Chamberlain's S'omuch and Liver
Tablets are becoming a favorite for
stomach troubles and constipation. For
fale by Laurens Drug Co. and Dr. B.
Mrs. Carrie II. Prultt.
Mrs. Carrie B. Pruitt, wife of
Mr. Gordon Pruitt, died in this
city Tuesday afternoon last as the
result of a long and painful ill
ness. Mrs. Pruitt was a daughter
of Mr. Berry L,ee of West
Springs, Union county, and was
a very beautiful and popularly
known young woman. She was
taken to Bogansvillc, Union
county, Wednesday for burial.
"WHEN YOU'RE IN DOUBT, LEAD
Dr. King's medicines arc prescribed
by doctors. Do you know any other
A complete l no kept by Palmetto
Hr. Thom.is Hobo.
The many friends in the city
and county of Mr. Thomas Hobo
regretted to hear of his death
which occurred at his home near
Cross Anchor last Wednesday
morning. Mr. Bobo was a good
citizen and substantial fanner
who will be greatly missed in
that section. Me was about fifty
and leaves a family.
ONLY MAKKS A BAD MATTER
Perhaps you have nevor thought of
it, but tlie faot mast bo apparent to
everyone thut constipation le cnu el
by a lack of water in tho system, aod
the use of drastic cathartics like the
old faehlo,-;ed pills only makns a had
mattor worsa. Chamberlain's Stomaoh
and Liver Tablets aro much more mild
and gentle in their elToct, and when
the proper do.-e is taken their action is
so natural that one can hardly rcul'zti
it is tho effect of u medicine Try a 25
oent bottle of them. For salo by Lau
ren* Drug Co and Di, B. F. Posey.
I take this means to express my sin
cere and heartfelt thanks to my t, lei d*
for their assistance durb g my wifes's
loug illnes, both in city and those at
cotton mill. May God in his wisdom
and tender mercy shower blei-tdngs up
on thoso who have given a helping hand
in this hour of need. Sincerely,
J. D. Williams.
ONE BOX FIXED IIIM.
Shopton, N. C. "I have had kidney
trouble for tho last Tour y ars, and eol
no rolio? until I tr.od Dr. King's Blood
and Livor Dills, and <-no box entirely
cuied. Franklin Watt."
''Oh novel* can wo know how dear
BttOh loved ono is, till we have known
The deep rearer, tho hitter 'enr
That comes wh^n thoe loved ones
Seldom has the above quota
tion been more fully icalized
than it was in the home of Mr.
Robert liryson on October 7,
1904, when he himself bade a
final adieu to his wife and five
Mr. lUyson was born Nov. 16,
1859. At an early age he joined
Liberty Springs church where his
membership remained until death
and where his remains found
their last resting place.
That he was a kind hearted,
Christian man, a good neighbor,
a loving father and a true hus
band are some of the things
which can be truthfully said of
His brother, Willie, preceded
him to the grave just six months
to the day. We are reminded
that the "sweetest pleasures are
soonest gone." Rut the thought
of a happy meeting beyond is a
No matter how long you have had
the COUgb; If iL h sn'l already d<.ve ?
opo 1 Into consumption, Dr. Wood's
Norway Flue Syrup will cure It.
Don't fo.-geb your certitic^te Nov. 8 ,h
Fair, Woodruff, S. t', Novembor 8-4,
1004, Low Fxcurginn Hates via
U. & \t*. C. Hallway.
On account of the fair at
Woodruff, vS. C, November 3-4,
1904, the Charleston & Western
Carolina Railway will sell round
trip tickets from Laurcns and in
termediate agency stations at
Woodruff, S. C, at rate ONE
FARE, plus 25 cents, (minimum
rate 50 cents); tickets on sale
November 1, 2, 3 and 4, with
final return limit November 7,
1904. Yours truly,
GenM Pas. Agt.
Dr. John W. Young, of Clin
ton, was in town one day last
TUM LA 1U K ? favor painting their
ohurehes, a d it ere fore wo urge t very
Mit ist r to remember we givn a lib
eral ci mm tit v of the i/>ngman ?te Mar
tine/, paint towat^ihe painting.
\W ars nnd ?? v i s like ^'o d.
Don't pny $1 .'>1 1 gallon for Llnseod
Oil (worth 00 oants) which y >u do
when you buy o'.lu.r nints in a eati
wii h a paint label on t
H &Q mike 14, ilur fo*e when yon
w i-1 fourteen gallons of paint, buy
only eight of L. & M? and mix six
gallons pore Linseed Oil with i', an !
:1ms get pain-, at less than $1.20 per
Many houses are weil paint*d with
lour gallons of L. & M, unu threo gal
ions of Linseed Oil mixed therewith.
These celebrated paints are sohl by
W. l. Boyd, Laurcns, 8. c.
Clintcm Phsrmaoy, (Jdnton.
Let us show you our lino of solid oak,
beau Ifully finished bod roam suits. If
you are going to boy. \v<> can save you
money. S. M. & E II. Wllkes & Co.
I RED IRON RACKETS
''Burn's" Famous Department Store
The people are now coming out of Laurens and all adjoin
ing counties to RED IRON RACKET for their Fall and
^ Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Dry Goods, ?
b Millinery, Notions and Racket Goods b
"'' ' ' "*"" 1 ? 1,11 I ? ? " ' * ? ?- - i-i - - mi. I ? . m- ? . in, , i i. _ , , -
b Six Special Bargain Days Each Week ?
Red Iron Racket
LAURENS AND GREENWOOD, S
Many a Laurens House
hold Will Find Them
To have the paloa and sehet of a
b*d back removed; to ho entirely free
f'om annoying, dangerous urinary dis
ordord is enough to mako any kidney
sufferer grateful To toll h w this
gieat (hange can be brought about wil
provo comforting words to hundreds of
J. II. rtamplo, farmer, near Green
wood, says* "I have used Doan's Kid
ney P?ls and can recommend thorn >.s a
go J remedy for the back and kldoeys.
I was trouh.ed for a long time with my
kidney seoJctlons which wer? full of
sediment, very dark and of a strong
odor and oaused me annoyance during
the night. My baok has caused me
great suffering especially xt night,
right across tlto small of it A dull
ae.li ng pain existed which causo.1 mo
to iay awake all hours of the night,
th-roby losing rest, greatly to my dis
comfort as to the derangement of mv
general health. I tried a 1 kinds of
r medics, liniments, and plasters, but
nothing gave mo any relief. Seeing
Doan's Kidney Pill advert;sed in our
papers I obtained them. Sinco using
them according to dlioctlony, tho se
cretions from the kidneys cleared Up
and tho backacho has left me. I at
tribute this result entirely to Doan's
Plenty more proof liko this from Lau
rens peoplo. Call at The Palm-'Jto
Drug Co.'s store and ask v. hat
their customers report.
For sale by all dealers. Price 60
cents. Fobtcr-Milburn Co , Bull'alo, N
Y., solo ugent for tho United States.
IV:member the name?Donn's?and
tako no other
The County Treasurer's Hook? will
he open for collection of State, County
and Commutation Itoad Taxes for Qs
eal year l!?o;j at the Treasurer's Olllce.
from October 16th to December 31,
lOOP Thoso who prefer to do so can
pay in January, I9u5, with one per cent,
additions : tho:0 who profer paying in
February, 1U05, can do so with 2 pi r
'?out. additional', t'toso who prefer to
pay in Mar oh, 1U05, to tho 15th of said
month, can do so by paying an addi
tional 7 percent. After said date the
books will c ose.
All persons owning property or pay
'axes for others In more than one
Township are rrqiu stid to c?li for r- -
? ? pt-< hi oaoh township in which thej
li\e. This Is Important, as addition *)
cost and penalty may not bo attached
\ impt attention will be given those
,'i.O wish to p iy their taxes through
the nt.iil by chocks, money orders, etc
Persons sending in lists of names to L.:
taken oil', are urged to send in early as
the Treasurer is very busy during tho
tu n h of December."
Tho Tax Levy is as follow?:
Sitae Tax, 5 mills
i ouuty Ordinary, -' S mil's
Special County, 2$ mills
Public Road, if mills
Schoo', mil is
Total 16 mills
Special School, Lauren?, 3J mills
Special School, Wa;e>loo, 2 mills
Sp cial St hool, Cray Court, 2 mi 's
Special Seh? oi, C'oss Hill, 3 in Iis
Kpecl 1 School. Mountvlll'", 2J mills
Bpe Pobool, Fonn ain Inn, ?! mil s
SpC< ial School, Hunter, ;j mills
AU ab'. .-1) idled male citizens between
tho ages of 21 and 00 years arc liable
to pay a poll tax of $1.00, except old
soldiers, who are exempt ?t 60 years
< ommutation Road Tax $1 00, in 1 eu
of working the public roads, to bo paid
at tho time as stated ab ?ve.
Come early and avo d tho rush.
J. II. COP FI. AN I),
County Trea urer.
Laun-ns S. 0., Sept. 20 1004- d.
"I was trnabloa with ntom
ftoh trouble. Thedford'sniaok
I)raui;ht did mo moru good
In one week than nit thodoo
tor's medlclno I took in a
year."--MRS. 8 a it ah e.
SHIRKIELD, BUettaville, Ind.
Thodford'8 Dinek Draught
quickly invigorates tlio ac
tion of the stomach and
cures even chronic cases of
indigestion, If you will
tako n small dose of Thetl
ford's Black Draught occa
sionally you will keep your
stomach ami liver in per
More sickness is caused by
constipation than by any
other disease. Thedford's
Black-Draught not only re
lieves iionslipation but cures
.liai rl tea and dysentery and
keopj tho bowels regular.
All dri'gjfists acll
"Thedford's 1) lack
Draught is tho best medi
cine lo regulate the bowel?
I have ever used."-.- MUS.
A. M. (I HA NT, Sneads
Ferry, N. C.
N. H. Dial. A. O. Toni).
DIAL & TODD,
Attorneys and Coun<
Enterprise Bank and Todd Olllce Build
T. A I) It BN 8, S. O.
For Infants and Children,
Tiis Kind You Have Always Bought
Oil Mill Almost Completed?Oinnery
Doing Fiuo Work.
Lanford, oot. 81.?The Farmers'Oil
Mill will bo completed and ready to
operate by tho 10th. Tho roaohlnery
is bolng placed and the carpenters are
finishing up rapidly all tho wood work.
The plant is located within a hundred
yar b of the depot and will be run
in connection with the large
ginnery opora'ed by the com
pany. Tho enterprise is quite ?sr
additiou to the prosperity of the town.
It is a 15 ton mill and i < capitalized at
?15,000. The buildings are commodious
and well constructed. J. M. Fleming,
president and treasurer, has already
bought a largo quantity of 6eel.
Somo hing over 800 bales of cotton
have boon ginned here this fall.
Tho Union Meeting of the first sec
tion of tho Laurens Association met
with tho Baptist church here Saturday
and Sunday, A very interesting and
profitable meeting was enjoyed.
The Lau ford school is progressing
finely with Miss Maud Drummond in
Lan'ord's contingent of teachers are
as follows: Mr. John Cannon, Shiloh;
M?s Annie Lanford, Autioch, Spartan
tt'-.burg county; Miss Contllia Flem
ing, Central echool ; Miss Etolia Lan
ford, school noar Woodruff.
Mr. J. E. Dillard attended the State
Tho glnners' report for Laurons
county ha* been forwarded to Wash
ington by Mr. C. W. McCravy.
NO POISON IN CHAMBERLAIN'S
Prom Napier, New Zoaland, Herald:
Two years ago the Pharmacy Board of
Now South '-Vales, Australia, had an
aoulysis mi, ill' of all the cough medi
cines that were sold in that market.
Out of the entiro liat they found only
one that they deolarcd was entirely
tree from all poison. This exception
was Cl amberlain's Cough Remedy,
made by the Chamberlain Medicine
Company, Des Molnies, U. S. A. The
absence of all narcotics makes this
remedy tho s;ife9t and best that can be
hud; and It is with a feeling of security
that any mother can give It to her lit.
tlo ones. Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy is eapecia'lv recommended by its
makers for coughs, colds, croup and
whooping cough. This remedy is for
sulo by Laurens Drug Co. and Dr. B.
Those who attended the i-'alr.
Some of the visitors from Laurens to
the Fair who wore not noted last Mon
day and Tuesday were W. R. Rlchey,
Col. U. Y. Simpson, Hon. and Mrs. R.
A. Cooper, Dr. W. II Dial, Dr. J. H.
Teague, Miss Sidie Richey, Miss
lllanche Clardy, Miss Julia Gllkereon,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Phllpot, C. M. Mil
ler, W. M. Irby, W. P. Brown, E. A.
Hamilton, Will's Eichelberger, Fred
Little, Ed Sitgreaves, Tom Shaw,
.Miss.-6 Willie May Chlldress, Ursula
Chi'dre.-s, Misses Met tie and Maud
Mitchell, Dr. J. H. Meyers, J. W.
Fowlor, Will Sv\itzer of The Dixie
Clothing and Shoe Store.
WHEN YOU HAVE A BAD COLD.
You want a remedy that will not
only give quick relief but effect a per
You want a remedy that will relieve
the lungs and k-.ep expectoration easy.
You want a remedy that will coun
teract any tondoncy toward pneumo
You want a remedy that is pleasant
and safe to tako.
i hamberlain'a Cough Remedy meota
all of these requirements and for the
?p o'ly and permanent cure o^ bad
< < i!s stands without a peer. For sale
by Laurens Drug Co. pnd De. B. F.
At, public sale, Clinton, S. C., Nov.
3rd. 1004, at 11 a. m., we w 11 sell at
Clinton, S. C., the ostito of 0. M. Fer
gnso:-, consisting of town lots in Clin
ton f.nd f-irm lands on Duncan's Creek,
For spoolflo information soo ulats at
Store of II D. Henry, Clinton, S. O.
Terms 0 1>H. John Frcuausor,
Exe cutoi l,
Newberry, S. 0.
Marble and Granite
Safe and Sane
We will vote for
Parker and Davis
We believe in "Safe
and Sane" Democracy,
and "Safe and Sane"
The best is none too
Call on us to write
you a line.
A. C. TODD & CO.
"Safe and Snno l/isuraneo."