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MeJkes Giesen Bres^d
With Royal Baking Powder there is
no mixing with the hands,no sweat of
the brow. Perfect cleanliness, greatest
facility, sweet, clean, healthful food.
tfull instructions in the " Royal Baker and Pastry Cook"
book for making all kinds of bread, biscuit and cake
with Royal Baking Powder. Gratis to any address.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.
AMONti OUK FRIENDS.
Messrs. Lin wood Martin, and Thad
Moor.) visited the state fair.
Mr. G. Wister Btbb and family spent
Friday and Saturday in the olty.
Fred Nel?on, of Greenville, spent
Saturday aud Sunday in the city.
You will need your registration cer
tificate next Tuesday. Lojk it up and
bate it ready.
Miss Ida Charnbllu, of Archer. Fla.,
returned home Friday > fu-r a visit to
Mrs. J. O. ?. Fleming.
Rev. J. D. Pitts and Mr. C. B. Bobo,
attended the Union meeting at Union
church from Friday till Sunday.
Misses Nora asd Estello Taylor, of
Princeton, spent from Filday until
Monday in the city with relatives.
Congressman Johnson and family ar
rived in the city Friday from Spartan
burg to visit relatives and frienJs.
Miss Kate Eichelberger le't Friday
for Abbeville county where she g)es to
I teach a fine school this fall and win.er.
Miaa Katharine Copeland of States
ville, N, 0.| and Mhs Rosa Bailey of
Clinton are expected in the city to
morrow for the Chrysanthemum Show.
Mr. JameB Hill,one of the progressive
young farmers of Cross Hill township,
brought to this ofllce one day last week
tome fine specimens of his corn crop.
Cards have been received in the city
to the marriage of Miss Katharine
DavisTennent, of Columbia and Mr.
James Wilbur Means, of Chester, at
Trinity chujeh, Columbia, on the even
ing of November 9;h. This announce
ment is of great interest to the numer
ous relatives and friends in Lauren* of
the bride eleot.
Miss Marie Bee, who has been visit
ing Mr. J. S. Drumtnond'8 family and
other relatives in tho city for the past
several week*, returned to her home In
Charleston Wednesday. She is a hand
some and popular young lady and while
in Laurens was the recipient of much
Mrs. N. B. Phinny, of Clinton, las
issued cards to the marriage of her
daughter, Miss Annie Copeland and
Air. Edmund Waters Ferguson at the
Fi'st Presbyterian church, Clinton, on
tho evening of November Osh. 1 he
bride elect is a grand-daughter of Mr.
George P. Copeland, of Clinton, and Is
an unusually beautiful and charm'ng
girl. Mr. Ferguson has hosts of
friends in this olt?y, where he was in
bnbiness a few jears ago. The wedding
fit the church will be followed by a
. lilliant reception at the home of the
If baby's heal h h dear to you,
Then let me tell you what to do.
Ere pain han racked its tender frame.
Just let "TEETHINA" ea*e the same.
"TEKTHINA" Allays Irritation,
Aids Digestion, Overcomes an I Coun
teracts tho Efforts of summer's heat,
regulates the bowels and makes teeth
ing easy and costs only 25 cents.
Notice to Creditors*
All persons having claims against
the estate of W. P. Richardson, de*
ceased, are notified to present them
duly attested on or before the 10th da;
of November, 1004, and those Indebted
are notified to irake payments by the
J. P. Dillard,
Mrs, N. A. Anderson,
For Any Person Who
Takes a Bottle of OUR
The Great Blood Purifier, Kidney and
Liver Regulator, And Receives
A Guarantee Goes With Each
And the druggist signs tho guaran
tee. You run no risk in tho trial. Our
New Discovery is not an alcoholic
stimulant, which is worse than no
stimulant, but it is the great building
up and purifying remedy, purifying
the blood and cleansing the system
from all impuritie?, which give* new
life and vigor to every organ. It pos
itively cures all blood diseases mh-.Ii as
Itching Hkin. Pimples, Eczema, Blood
Poison, Scrofula, Rheumatism, and it
restores the Nervous System to its
Normal condition, produces a healthy
appetite, tones and regulates the heart,
and It regulates tho Kidneys, Liver
and Bowels. The ns? of a single bottle
w B convince any ono of Its wonderful
curative p opertIf s- For eale by The
Lanrens Drug Co.; W W. Dods<>n.
Nervous and Coii'd Not Sleep.
Columbia, S. ('., April 18, 1004
Dear Sirs: After a >>evere attack of
grip, I wai all run down, and hud no
appetite and was exceedingly we?k,
and could not sleep. I sought relief in
Dr. James* Iron Blood and Liver Tonic,
and the money was well Invested?
never got suoh good returns for money
Invested before. Beiore I had finished
the first bottle my appetite was goo I,
and I could rest well at night. I can
not say too much in pralte of Dr.
James' Iron Blood and hiver Tonic.
This testimonial is unsolicited.
J. 8. HOOAN,
228 Marlon St.
State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OP LAURENS.
In tbe Court of Probate.
Maggie N. Compton, Individually, in
horown right, and as Administratrix,
j of the Estate of L. D. Compton, de
ceased, and IX. W. Compton, Mattlo
G. Lindsay, Laura Sloan, A'lieTem
pleton, Lina Workman, Samuel
Compton, and John Compton, Plain
tiffs, agalast Lidio Davis, et ah, 11 -
Pur uant lo a decroe in this case, I
will t*ell at Laurens, C. H., S. C,
within the legal hours of sale, at nub
ile outcry, on Salesday In Now mt> r.
1904. it being the 7th day of th~ month,
tbe following described tract of land to
wi1: All that tr.*c*. of land, situate, ly
ing and beinsr In the County of Lau
reus, St at- ? of Smth Carolina, contain
ing One Hundred and Eight (108)
Acres, more or less, bounded as fol
lows: On the North by lands of Martin
Poole, on the South and East by lan^s
of G. F. Little; on the West by lands o?
E. E. Llndsny, estate*
Terms of Sale: Cash Purcbasor to
pay for papers. If terms of sale are
not complied with, premises to be re
sold oa the same, or some subsequent
Salesday without further order of the
Court, and at the risk of tho former
O. G THOMPSON,
J. P. L. C.
October 0 th, '04?4'.
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
AND ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN.'.,
County of Laurens.
Notice is hereby given that an elec
tion will hi? held at the several pre
cints established by law in Laurens
County, on Tuesday, November 8, A.
D. 1904. for Member of Congreis from
the Fourth Congressional District and
for Presidential Electors, pur-uant to
the Oonft tution and tho laws of the
State of South Carolina.
Polls at each voting place will bo
op<?ned at seven o'clock a. m , and
closed at four o'clock p. m.
The following named persons have
been appointed Managers to conduct
said ckntion, to wit:
Laurens C. II.?H E Babb, B A
Sullivan, J II Peterson.
Laurens Cotton Mills?.J N Cul
bertson, J M Fowler, W G .Jones.
Sardis?T L Johnson, senior, (lamp
Stone, 11 J McCrary.
Langstons Church?J W Blakely,
F \ST Little, W F Wright.
Ora?A Y Thompson, W M Bry
son, W A McClintock.
Pleasant Mound?W R Martin, O
F Cox, W P Lyles.
Youngs Store?W W Wallace, W
E Bobn, Dock Henderson.
Parsons Store?E L Edwards, John
Cook, Watts Patton.
Power?W S Power, V A White,
J T Owings.
Qraycourt?W H Barksdalo, 1) L
Brooks, E T Shell.
Dials Church?D B Godfrey, W B
Abcrcrombic, W 11 Harris.
Shiloh?K C Wallace, F D Bolt,
Woodvillc ?S O Babb, Harvey
Woods, W F Mcdlock. ?
Tumbling Shoals?J W Kellett,
John A Mahon, J W Elledge.
Browerton?E E Simpson, W S
Knight, J I! Pitts.
Daniels Store?W L Cooper, J P
Jones, J C Martin.
Tip Top?W A Anderson, A W
Sims, Edgar Anderson.
Mt. Pleasant?G M Moore, P W
Madden, John D Hunter.
Cross Hill E L Wells, A M Hill,
Mountvtlle?M B Crisp, Walter
Pylcs, Rhctt Bryson.
IIopcwcll ? J L Crawford, Jim
Miller, John Mcadors.
Waterloo?B A Anderson, G VV
Long, Eugene MoOulloUgh,
Ekom?A B Oulbertson, L C Cul
bertson, 11 K MoDaniol.
Clinton Cotton Mills -Bruno Hun
ter, J M Hick man, W A Pnyne.
Clinton ?.1 I) Davis, G I) Smith,
H L Bailoy.
Princeton- A J Monroe, Milfwrd
Cheek, G L McUuon.
On the day of tho election the Mana
gers must organize by tho election of
a chair-nan; a clerk may bo named if
necessary. The chairman elected is
empowered lo administer oaths to the
other Managers and clerk.
The Managers have tho power to fill
any vacancy, and if none of the Mana
gers at',end, tho citizens can appoint
Managers from among the qualified
voters, who, after being sworn, can
condunt thn election.
At thfl close of the elec Ion the Man
agers must proceed pub Icly to onm
the l ai'ot hoxes and c Mint tho hol lots
therein, and continue without adjourn
ment umil the same i-? completed, and
mike a ?tat? moot of t!>e result thereof
and *-lgn tho Hti n<'.
Within throe da\s ihereafior, the
Chairman of tho Hoard, or some one
designated by tho Hoard, must <ie iver
to the Commissioner* of Federal Elec
tions the poll list, tho hoxes contain
ing the ba'lots a d signed statements
of the result of the election,
One of tbe above-named Managers
for each precinct must call upon the
Board of Commissioners, at the Court
House, Nov. ?th, 1904, to r< celvo ballot
boxes, poll lists and Instructions and
It. A. COOPER.
T. It. L. GRAY,
A. J. SMITH,
Commissioners of Federal Elections.
Warnt weather brings danger tu br.b'o??
IwCOp abottlo of llnby Ease?-the world's
f?w^ best baby niedleiiio?? on hand. Jt i*
i^B*' Hi" Fnfo, Pino, harmless remedy for nil
LVJr0rJL<r summer bowel and Stomach troubles.
At all ^ood Jrtirf stores, ?5 cents.
Manufactured by BABY EASE CO., Macon.Ga.
John Y. Garlington & Co.
Laurens, South Carolina
United States of America,
District of South Carolina,
In tho Cl'cult Court,
I V\ illiam Flinn, et ah, vs. lutcrstato
Building and Loan Association of
Ancillary Petition of Wm. H. Scott,
as Receiver of tho Interstate Build
ing and Loan Association of Atlanta,
to foreclose mortgage against Mary
E. Dry son.
By virtue of a Decree of tho Uni od
States Circuit Com t for tho District of
South Carolina, made in the above en
titled cau?e on the 31st day of Aug.ist.
1904, tho undersigned will oll'or for
aale at public anction to the highest
bidder for cash, at the Court House, in
the County of Lam ens, Sta:o of South
Carolina, on Mond ly, tho Seventh (7th)
day of November, 1904, between tiie
logal hours of sale, the property de
scribed in said D-cree as?"All tint
lot or parcel of laid, situate, lying and
being in the town of Cr >ss Hill, County
of Laurens, Stato of South Carolina,
formerly be'onging to the Edato of
Mrs. Elizabeth Strain, deceased, con
taining one (1) Acre, moro or less, be
ing lot number (5) in the survoy made
by W. S, Pitt*, <>n the Mth day of Feb
ruary, 1891. Said property Is bounded
by the public road, lead ng from Lhu
rens C. H., to Chappels Depot, S. t). by
lot Number (4), tho Campboll Ian I and
by other lands of the Eita'o of E Iza*
both Strain, deceased. Recorded in
ofllco of R. M. C, in Book 4, pavje
024." Purchaser to pay Master for
D. B, Gll.LILAND,
Standing Mas'er and Special Commis
sioner UniUd States Circuit Court.
By vlrtno of authoritv given nie in
the last will of I>. A. Rwp/.er, Sr , i'e
ceusnd, I will sell for cash, to the high
est bidder, at the Court House do r at
Laurens. S C , on November 7th,
(Silcsdij), 1904, at 11 a. m., Three
hundred Aores of land, moro or hs*,
situated in Laurens County, Sullivitn's
Township, and ne<r Princeton and
hounded by tho lands of Cat t J. B.
Humbert, J. II. Kpps, H. L. Mfchon
and Frank Davis. Tbl? is a part of the
land deeded to D. A, Svritzer by G. H.
Ji rdan, and ii known as Ihe ''Old
Ware l'lace. For full information s:o
O. G. Thompson, Probato Judge, or ad
dress S. M. Pilgram, Attorney al Law,
Woodruff, S C.
D. A. SwiT7.BR. JR ,
Executor of the Last Will of I). A.
Switz, if, Sr., deceased
October 5th. 04.
United States of America,
District of South Carolina,
In the Circuit Court,
I. William Flinn, ot al., vs. Interstate
Building and Loan As90ciati' n of
Ancillary Petition ol Win. H. Scott, as
Rocolver of the In'erstato Building
aod f.o m Association of Atlanta, t >
forocloso mortgage against Jamos
By virtue of a Der.roo of the United
States Circuit Court for tt.e Dlstric* of
South Carolina, made in tho above en
titled cause on tho .'list day of August,
1904, the undersigned will olTo.' for
salo at public auction to tho h'gtlOSt
bidder for cash, at the Court Houso In
the County of Laur? n?, state of South
Carolina, on Monday, the rt-v-snlh (7(1)
day of November, 004, between the
leyal hours of sal ?, th'i propony de
scribed In said deer, e, ns?"All that
lot, tract, or p ireel of land situ ito, ly
ing and being in tho town of ClOSS
Hill, County of Laure.iiH, and stito of
South Carolina, bolng a pirt of lot
number twelve, (12). fronting two hui
dred (200) feet on Main Streot, and ex
tending back a uniform width, a <Us
tanoo of Eighty (80) feet. Bounded on
the North by Main Street, on the Month
by and East by the bilanco of said
lot Number (12) in the plat of said town
and on the West by an alley twenty
(20) feet wide." Purchaser to pay Mas
ter f >r papers.
D. B. OlM.ir.AND,
Standing Master and Speolal Commis
I sinner United States Circuit, Court.
SIMPSON & COOPER
Attorneys at Law.
Will praotice In all State Courts.
Prompt attention givonto all business.
Money to Loan
Oil improved farms, In sums of $800.00
and upward, at 7 percent, and 8 per
cent, interest, repayable in easy annual
installments. No commission. The
borrower slmp'y piys a roasouablo ex
pense of negotiating the loan.
c. i). Barksdalk,
W. Y. ?OYO,
Attorneys, Laurons, S. C.
Call on W. Y. Boyd. 10-i:?t
TIiq bc!cy1", ii little six Itteh chuh
variety of the Ingo v.;a of Italy, allein
lt.; head above the w iter and Bings n
dainty song ei|unl t ? that of iioinc
species of wiuhlln,'! birds. Ir'glu hi
rtindo (the s<swn.l w) \s known ti'
every llMheriuiin of the U m lie and the
Itlilue by the peculiar n'unting noise
it makes. IrlgUi isollii.ns inukeH a
whining noise like n pupp.v, vhllo the
scicvlt! gather In b;i!..is to hold regu
lar concerts, which u . do\ri?t originated
the fable of the Bir.oiU,. SoiilC natural
Ists have likened the note of the gur
nard lo that of the cuckoo. Thoro arc
many different kinds of fish which give
utterance to more or le i luslcal notes
The ma lyre, a lar;;bom llsh, when
Bwlmming In shoals, utters a purring
noise that may he heard from a depth
of twenty fathoms. Lieutenant White,
in his "Voyage lo Ihc Chili? .-ens," re
lates that Ills cre\. id himself were
extremely astonish : }>y hearing cer
tain musical not?s nil beneath and
nroiuul the vessel, i hey were various,
like the bass notes i an organ, the
Bound of bells, the c von king of frogs
and a pervading twang which the Im
agination might have attributed to the
vibrations of some enormous harp. For
a time the mysterious music swelled
upon them and flr.nliy formed a uni
versal chorus all round, but as the
vessel ascended the river the sounds
diminished In strength and soon cens
ii.-Hi Turk I mil Coffee.
Here Is a Turkish receipt for mak
ing Turkish coffee obtained in the
Syrian quarter of New York, where
the finest coft'ee In the world Is sold
at f> cents a cup in restaurants
which are exact duplicates of those In
Smyrna and Rolrut:
Put three lumps of sugar into a
little pot, (urn In the water and bring
I It to a boll. Then put In two tea
spoonfuls of very finely ground Mocha
coffi e. As soon as the froth rises lift
the pot and tap the bottom until the
froth disappears. Do this three times.
Then turn the eolfee Into delicate china
cups, giving each cupful a share of
The coffee should be freshly roast".''
and ground, and the grounds should
be so One as to pass the palate un
noticed. Turks always drink tho
grounds, considering them, indeed, to
bo tlto best part of a cup of coffee.
Snrl??<y ? -1?.- ? i\?- ?
A lender of New York society said
recently: "It Is almost Impossible to
give a large dinner nny more. Thero
nre too ninny fends and quarrels, and
women who hate each other nre tho
cause of too much embarrassment to
a hostess. Of course they try to gloss
their enmity for the time, but the re
sult Is worse? thnn open warfare. At
one dinner n cabinet ofllcer sat be
tween two grent women of fashion.
He bilked to one and then to the other
and tried lo draw them Into a three
cornered conversation, The women ob
stinately refused lo exchange a word,
and finally the man and he was sup
posed to be a diplomat?Introduced
tie;-. A chill followed. They had
).?: r.vn each other for twenty years,
had been friends for ten and loathed
euch other the other ten."
i'. . ii , Cheap.
"Smlthera snys he lights one clgnr
from another now, ho smokes so
"I don't wonder, considering the
kind of cigar he smokes."
"Matel?es would cost more."-Mod
?g Life Insurance Co. Jl
?3 New York &
5% Richard A. McCurdy, Pres. j?
lg Oldest in America Jgg
Largest in the world
% W. W. DODSON, j?
Agent for Laurens County
?g| Laurens, S. C. fR
Retains \ f - ? ???:?
ttaven - t l >" i i ???. r B ick,
J! r- i l %. Am let str.-tm.
.-.?:..:.< i...vi. I : -mmmci
Wi ^u.truntoc a Iii ?r money
PAL.MKT FO DRUG CO.,
Laurens, S. C'.
ay-JBCSKwav -jmjstxr nmtrrr.vz, r.. i MUS KSIf I
KKW MEAT MARKET
I have opened up a
first-class meat and
produce market at
the City M a r k e t
stand, northeast cor
ner public square. In
addition to a supply
of fresh meats I
will handle all kinds
of produce ? chick
ens, butter, eggs,
etc. Parties desir
ing to buy or sell
milk cows will do
well to see me. . . .
J, Wade Anderson
Special Notice-?I havej ist, r colved
n line line of f 11 pud winter samplos of
all tho latest styles. Price* to ?ult the
times. Pants made to order from $4.00
up. Suits made to order from $12 00
up. A fit is always guaranti od 1 ?Po
invite you to join my pressing olnh,
[o'tly $l.oo per month. Phone l8o, Min
K. .1 . 1>A\( Y, Tailor.
For Infants aud Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
W. C. IRBY, Jr.,
Attorney at Law,
LAURENS, S. C.
Don't Neglect. . .
Your Dining Room
Its here you entertain and you'll prob
ably do a lot of it in the next few
months. We're giving special atten
tion to our stock of Dining Room
Furniture for this fall, and we are
ready to offer you the best.
Oak Extention Tables
at prices you'll be more than ready to pay.
Do You Know the Game?
The good-clothes game is a
very easy one to learn, and every
man can excel in it. Queer game;
everybody who plays it right
If you'll drop into oui store
we'll tell you all about it; put
you next, as iL were; get you on
the inside?of a Hart, Schaffner
& Marx suit. That's all there is
to it; except the label?a small
thing to look for, a big thing to
find. . . . .
J. E. MINTER & BRO.
The selection of good seed is very importont. We give
pecial attention to this as well as to other departments of
our business. We can fill your orders for Seed Wheat,
Oats, Barley, Rye, Vetch, Clover, Lucerne, Rape, Tur
nip and all kinds of good Garden Seeds.
WE ARK ANXIOUS TO SELL YOU.
QUALITY AND PRICE
There are two points always taken into consider
ation by the expert buyer. Here are a few items
of the many articles we offer as special value.
Union Broad cloths in black at (>5c and 75c the yd.
All wool colored Broadcloths, the $1.00 quality,
A full line of shades in all wool 52 inch Flannels
Shrunk Chevoits and Granite Cloths, 5oc the yd.
All wool Tricot Flannels, 25c a yard.
Yard wide black Taffetas at l.oo, 1.25 and 1.5o
the yard. On the selvege every yard bears the
stamped guarantee of the maker.
New Fancy Silks for Waisting,
Hosiery and Underwear.
These are two dev artments much inspected at
the present season. You will find the goods and
prices here to correspond with your own ideas.
Scarlet and white wool Planneis? Cotton Flan
nels as low in price as can be purchased anywhere.
Blankets and counterpanes and all articles neces
sary tor winter wear at lowest market value at
W. Q. WILSON & CO. I
? i4i ?m< At 'A' tA 't' fc' "Aj iA " n 'A' v?/- ^ ^ '-ikr-m?- )AS VAi r
Shingles at a Bargain
We have just received three car loads of
Shingles and offer them, while they last,
at the following low prices. g?l
2.75 grade at 2.25 per 1000
3.00 grade at 2.50 per 1000
No. 1 Cyprus Shingles
at 3.25 per.1000
THESE PRICES ARE FOR CASH
Laurens - - South Carolina
R. P. MILAH & COnPANY
Moved to W. L. Gray's old stand.
We have the choicest line of Funeral Directors.
Staple and Fancy Our equipment in the Under
Groceries, Hardware taker's Hue is better than ever
Harness, Gnano, Etc. before; ()n Sunday* o?at night
Those goods will be sold on a PartieS desiri,,S ??ytMng in this
Low Price Pull Weight Guaran- Une Wl11 'Phone R< P- ^?1?? at
tee, and the quality is the best his residence or call on Alec. N.
that can be found on the market. Bramlett at his home.
Adolphus M. Owings, Alec N. Bramlett ond Martin Poole are
with us and will be pleased to see their friends.
R. P. MI LAM & CO.,
I.AURENS, S. C.