Newspaper Page Text
Before You Buy or Sell
any Kind of
HeolEstftto, or Business,
Write us your wants.
J. Y. Gaklinoton & Co.,
Laurens , S. C.
ALL KINDS OF
Palmetto Drug: Co.
Get them while stock is
LAURENS, S O.. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 9. 1904
NOW IN SESSION.
Met in 1st Baptist Church
The Union Will Be Organised Title
MeralBf with Roll Call of Delegate*
Welcome Address by Mrs. Machen.
The annual meeting of the
Woman's Missionary Union, Aux
iliary to the Baptist State Con
vention, is in session at the First
Baptist Church with a full at
tendance of delegates from all
parts of the State, and a number
of Missionary and Church work
ers outside the State.
Laurens extends a hearty wel
come to this fine body of Chris
tians and it is the desire of all
that each and every delegate and
visitor feel welcome to our city.
The first meeting of the Union
was a conference from 3 to 5 yes
terday afternoon of the associa
tional superintendents, which
was conducted by Mrs. C. E.
Watson of this city.
Last night at 8 o'clock a de
votional meeting was led by Rev.
J. D. Pitts. This was followed
by a social hour when all had
the opportunity of becoming ac
quainted and exchanging per
Following is the programme
for today and the remainder of
the Union which closes Friday at
9.30 ? Devotional exercises.
Miss Maria Jones.
10.00?Roll call of delegates.
10*30 ? Address of welcome,
Mrs. J. S. Machen. Response.
Mrs. Beattie Rowland. Presi
11.00?Official reports. Cor
responding secretary and treasu
rer. Band superintendent.
11.30 ? Appointment of com
mittees and miscellaneous busi
3.00?A Sunbeam object les
son. In charge of Mrs. J. S.
4.00?Conference of baud lead
ers. Conducted by Miss E, Y.
8.00 ? Open meeting. Ad
dresses on State Missions by Drs.
T. M. Bailey and H. P. Fitch.
THURSDAY MORNING, NOV. IOTH
9.30 ? Devotional by Mrs. A.
10.00?An hour with our lady
II. 00 ? Our young women?
How they work.
11.45?Address by Mrs. W. E.
3-5.00?Conference on meth
ods for societies, young ladies'
circles and bands. Conducted by
Mrs. J. H. Edwards.
8.00?Missionary mass meet
ing. Address on Home Missions
by Rev. J. D. Huggins. Ad
dress on Foreign Missions by
Dr. H. A. Bagby.
FRIDAY MORNING, NOV. XITH.
9.30. ? Devotional by Miss
Emma J. Dowell.
10.00?Paper: Woman's debt
to Christ. Miss K. Isla McKen
10.20?Address: Miss Branham
or Miss Buhlmaier.
10.50?Reports of committees*
12.00?Election of officers.
For Any Person Who
Takes a Bottle of OUR
(Nature's Remedy. )
The Great Blood Purifier, Kidney and
Ltrer Regulator, and Receives
A Guarantee Goes With Kach
And the druggist slgos the guaran
tee. You run uo risk Tn the trial. Our
New Discovery is not an alcoholic
stimulant, which is worse than no
stimulant, but it is th i great building
up and purifying remedy, purifying
the blood end cleansing the system
from all impurltle?, which gives new
life and vigor to every organ. It pos
itively cures all blood diseases such as
Itching Hkin. Pimples, Eczema, Blood
ro>on, Scrofula, Hheumatism, and it
restores the Nervous System to its
Normal condition, produces a healthy
appetite, tones and regulates the heart,
and It regulates the Kidneys, Liver
and Bowels. The use of a single bottle
w II convince any one of Its wonderful
curative properties. For ??le by The
Laurens Drug Co.; VV. W. Dodson.
DEATH OF MRS. B. I?. ESTES.
Close of a Beautiful and Consecrated
Life Lust Thursday.
At two o'clock Th?rs lay af.ernocn
last Mrs. Etta Wat kins Estes, wife of
the Rev. B. P. Estes, d'.od at the fam
ily reslderce in the Southern part of
the city after a lingering illness. For
several weeks Mrs. E-tcB' condition
hsd been extremoly critical and her
death Thursday, while a shock to all
her friends and tho friends of the
family, was not unexpected.
Her husband and three cbildre",
Mis* Lots and Masters Watklns and
Mrs Estes was a daughter of Mr.
?nd Mrs. Henry Watklns, both de
ceased, and sister of Prof. J. B Wat
kins of Honoa Path, Mr. J, N, Wat
kins of Greenville, Capt. H. H. Wat
kins of Anderson, Miss Fannio Wat
kins of Rock Hill and Miss Snllie Wat
kins of this city.
She was forty four years old and by her
death a very beautiful und consocrated
lifo came to a close on o trtb.
The burial services, conducted by
the Rev. J. D. Pitts of the First Bap
tist Church, wore held at the city
cemetery at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon.
The pall bear3rs were : J. A Franks,
J. A. Clardy, J. W. Henderson, G. M.
McDaniel, C. B. Bobo, O. U. Simmons,
J. F. Bolt, C H. Roper.
Nervous and Could Not Sleep.
Columbia, S. C, April 13, 1904.
Dear Sirs: Aftor a fovore attack of
grip, I was all run down, and hsd no
appetlto and was exceedingly we&k,
and could not sleop. I sought relict in
Dr. Jarnos' Iron Blood and Liver Tonic,
and the money was well Invested?
never go* such good returns for money
Invested bt-fore. Beiora I had finished
the first bottle my appHlte was gool,
and I could rest well at night. I can
not say too much in pralt-e of Dr.
James' Iron Blood ??nd Liver Tonic ,
This testimonial \ ? unsolicited.
J . S. Hoo AN,
228 Marlon St.
Death of a Young Lady.
L/ANKord, Nov. 4.?Miss Kthel
Ktolia Lanford, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. G. J. L,an
ford, died at the home of
her parents, near here yes
terday at five o'clock of ty
phoid fever. This sad event was
made doubly so by the sad an
nouncement of the death of Mr.
John Morgan of Tucapatt, Spar
tanburg county, who was the
great uncle of Kthel and whose
death occurred at almost the same
hour. Kthel was fifteen years of
age, and gave promise of great
usefulness Her remains will be
laid to rest this afternoon at four
o'clock at the Lanford Baptist
church burial grounds.?Corres
pondence Spartanburg Herald.
ONLY MAKES A BAD MATTER
Perhaps you havo never thought
it, but iho fact must be apparent
every one thst constipation is caused
by a lack of water In tho system, an
the use of drastic cathartics like
old fathlo.'.ed pills only maksn a
matter worse. (Jhamber'ain's Siomaci
and Liver Tablets aro much more ml
and gentle in their effect, and whe
the proper do?e is taken their action i
so natural 1'.at one can hardly realiz
It is the effect of a medicine. Try a '
cent bottle of them. For ssle by Lau
rens Drug Co and Di, B. F. Posey.
Woodruff Stock Show Today.
Owing to the unfavorable weathe
last Thurj>day and Friday the Wood
ruff stock show was postponed till to
day and tomorrow. A number of Lau
rens people are interested In the fal
and there will doubtless be a largo a*
tendance from tho el'y and tounty.
LOST THEIR GRIPS.
S. T. Johnson thought himself
froner when Grippe took hold of hi
ast tall. A 25 cents bottle of D
King's Wild Cherry and Tar made I
Dr. King's Wild Cherry and Tar
a great La Grippe Medicine a^tl seem
to cure all who take It.
Fort Mill Mf'g Co.
Fort Mill, S. C.
TastfS good and gold by PalmeU
Mrs. A. N. Barton.
Mre. Barton, wife of Mr. A. N. Ha
ton, died at her bom ) noir Gray Cou
last Wednesday agjd 40 years.
The burial took place at Warr
Creek Church on tho following day.
MR. WADE RUN DOWN
Down at Hasty, N. 0 , livos ? w
known planter, J. I). Wade. Stys h
"I was run down almost to the poi
of giving up. I took two bottles
King's Iron Ritters and now am
good as ever. I v ok other tonics b
found nothing to compare with King's
So'd and guaranteed hy Palmetto Dr
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.
''8?f? and Sano Inmiraneo."
First Lyceum Attraction.
The opening lecture of the Ly
ceum Course Friday night was a
decided succees. Mr. Herbert L.
Cope, of Chicago, entertained a
full house for two hours, under
the title, "The Smile That Won't
Come Off." He gave general
satisfaction. His touching pa
thos, irresistable humor and wit,
adapted with an easy graceful de
livery and the possession of great
impersonating power, produced
an almost contiuuous laugh. If
you have not yet gotton your
season ticket get it at once, as
there are several extra fine num
bers to come.
"Our Woman iu the War."
Tiik Advertiser baa received the
following appeal *lth request to pub
Tho Mothers of the Confederacy, the
Veterans, the'.r Sous and Daughters,
Heirs of their Mlory,
Aro earnestly and cordially invited
to contribute accounts of such instano s
rs are known to them where the wo
men of the South showed, during the
war, tholr heroism and patient fortl
tude. Such cODtribu'lons are in
tended for tho fiprcJal edition which
tho News and Courier, Charl-ston,
8. C, proposes at an early da'e to pub
lish, devoted entirely to true history of
tho "Womeu in the War," "who
bound their warriors' sash when they
wont forth to light; who suffered worse*
than death a thousand times; who woro
stung and wounded by privations that
tbo hardiest soldier never know, and
'who, besides, were exposed to tho in
famies and taunts of the Infamous rald
or8wh) vlslt?d southern homes and
btripped them of what was holie9t and j
dearest, because It was dear and holy"
It will bepublithed with tho endorse
ment of all tho camps of Veterans and
Sons of this city and under the direc
tion of committees from all of theje
Perhaps many of those who Buffered
the most and crowned t'ieir sufferings
with the grandest hero'sm, or those
who knew of such, are not accustomed
to wi lie for publication and would
shrink naturally from such an under
tiiklrg To such we can only say,
wrlto down In your own way. the Inci
dents as you remember them and send
to us We will have what you wrlto
edited?clothed In company dress.?
Just such contributions are tbe most
Give names of participants s> as to
make, true history.
Contributions are a keil, and ppo
olally asked for at onco from tboso of
the mo3t brilliant literary attainments;
from those of modest cu'turo; from
those who ran not even spoil correctly,
and from those who can not write at
all and must get some friend to write
for them. We on'y ask a truo history
of what our women did, how they suf
fered and all that thoy endured with
auch heroism, that justice may bo dono
to those deserving of all ho or, ull
praise, all glory.
Send these contributions to Theo
dore D. Jervey, Editor, Charlesu n, S
P. L. Frost,
J. E. Larlsey,
Ed wr.rd Willis,
A. S. Bailey, Jr.,
Charleston, S. 0., Ojt. 20, 11)04.
DO NOT DOSE THE STOMACH
Hyomei, the Only Guaranteed Cure
No oue should confound llyomei
with the patent mcdicnes that are ad
vertised to cure catarrh. Ii is as fur
superior to them all as the diamond is
mure valuable thuu cheap gla-n*. Their
composition is secret, but Hyomei gives
its furmnla to all reputable physicians
and Is prescribed by them generally.
Its b.iS3 is the valuable eucalyptus
oil, famous (or its antiseptic qualities.
This is combined with uromulic and
bealiug gums and balsams, making a
pure liquid which, whin used in tho
Hyoraoi pocket inhaler, fills the air
you breathe v? lib germ-killug, disease
destroying and healing powers ihat re
store health to every part of tho nose,
through the lungs.
The only way to euro catarrh and all
other diseases of the respiratory organs
is to breathe H>omei.
This treatment has been so success
ful in curing Oft per cent, ot all who
have used it, thai li .i is now sold
by Laurena Drug Co. under an abso
lute guarantor to rebuild the money in
case it does not benefit* You run no
risk in buying Hyomei. If it did not
possess unusual powers to cure, it could
not be sold upon this plan.
The complete Hyomei outfit cottts
81.00 and comprises an Inhaler, a bottle
of Hyomei and a dropper. The luhalor
will last a lifetime; and additional bot
tles of Hyomei can bu otuiued for ftOe.
W. Y. BOYD,
Attorney at Law.
Will practice in all Hiaio Courts.
Prompt attention given to all business.
COTTON GROWERS' ADDRESS.
Co Operation Needed If Farmers Want
to Control Price.
At a mating of the cot'on growers
he'd n tlio eity of Columbia on the
20*h day of October, 1904, we, tho un
dersigned, were appointed a commit
tee to prepare an lid Irr 88 to tbo cot
ton growers of Sou;h Carolina, We
desire 10 siu'e mott emphntleid'y that
this is a buslnoss Organisation pure
and si mole that there is nothing se
<r*t or hidden In reforooo i to its bus
iness, its ?0)0 and tinulo object i- to
secure for co'ton growora euch uni
form prices as will properly compen
sate them for the labor and cnpitul
investod. Real1 zing that cot'on Is the
currency of the South and Uta', her
Industrial ?elf arc is dependent upon
tho prices ol it, we thorofore, Invite the
aid of every co ton producer, and all
business and professional mon in tho
State. We further recognize the fact
that tho co ton man*, f act'J re rs aro de
sirous (>f innintaluleg a staple price
f >r col tin, ? nd wo beUove that thi?s
>r^? i/. l ion wiH promote the inter
*-ets of the I'l'iui tunoufictorers of
the .vouth. Tn's Id 1 11 . g ? of combl
rat'oa and i rganizaii >t; othor sgri*
oultural organizations havo boon able
to fix und maintUn a sable p icj f >r
tho commodities to the mutual I enc
llc of pro luccr and 0 msumer und have
successfully eliminated the demoral
izing influence of tho vio'out (luctua
tloi s consequent upon rrcklebs spec
ulation, which has proved ns disas
trous to tho manu'anturets as it Is
t> the producer. Wo deolare it to be
a reoessily for the welfare of tho cot
ton growers of the South bo organize
for the purpose of protecting the raw
ma'oriul. Wo wis'i t> impress upon
the cotton growers the f c\ that they
put into the market within 00 days
the bulk o; ih . ir cr jp and desire the
conrv.erci.il world to take it ut it.-> full
vnlu ; to take tho risk of storing, tho
expense of insuring, tho lois of inter
est for nine months without compen
sation to the purchaser, \vhor< as com
mon se iso would teach them that in
cder to realize tho b'ghost prie ? they
must carry these risks themselves and
p'aco upon the market their cot on
as the !r.do requires it: in other
words, instead of soiling tholr 0 dton
from September to December, wc pro
test that it is common senso and busi
ness to perfect a plan by wbleli we
may s? ? 11 i; from l?o; tomber t) S p
tcmbcr. to this unforiunato ctts'Otn
of dumpin? <>u- oottOQ on the market
in so short a time reeardl-ss of de
mand or pr'oe is lurge'y duo tho tin
?cmunerativo prices "o the producer.
What Is the renteIvV Millions of dol
lars are waiting profitable investment
in good securities. Tho world knows
and conceives that there Is no better
security than cotton. Hence a p'nn
by which tho cotton cm bo rett'ned
in the h mis of the producer and used
as a collabral upon which 1 e can s>
OUre money at a reasonable rate of in
terest to meet press'ng debt*, enab
ling him thereby to placo his cotton
upon the murkot at such lime and in
such quantity as the price justilies is
most do-baMe. To this end wo ask
the cotton .p oducers In every county
In South Catollna to meet at once and
organize for '.he purpnso of Bending
dulcgules to a meeting in Columbia for
tl.e purpose of formulating a sp-soifio
plan to cany out tho ideas above sug
gested and lo perfect au organization
whb h will miintaln cotton at such
price as will properly compensate tho
grower. Wo congratulate tho cotton
growers of this St .to that other cot
ton producing S ates are organizing
for this purpjso and tho future Is
bright with promise and for a national
organization to maintain a Btable ami
remunerative price for cotton. \\ lib
this end In view wo suggest tha* in
each county tho cotton growors assem
ble rnd tend two delegates to Colum
bia on Thursday, November JOth, 1004.
We request all county papers to copy
It O Harris, Anderson pounty; II A
Richardson, Barnwoll county; W D
LCvi'.EB, Chesterfield county; P L Ilnr
d n, Chester county; R A Sublet, Clar
endon county; T II Rai as ford, Edge
field county: J W S King, Florence
oouuty; John Can'oy, Kershaw county,
i li Wharton, Laurens county; J W
Wylio, Lancaster county; II 11 Gallo
wuv, Marion count) ; I? M Pegues,
Marlboro county; B F Keller, Or
angeburg county; J C Strlbling, Pick
ens county; Francis H W OS ton, Rich
land count-; 11 W I) bb?, Samter
county; W II Stewart, Yo.-k county; J
M Fl wards, Spartanburg county, W
11 Irvine, Oreo ivillo county.
"WHEN YOU'RE IN DOUBT, LEAD
Dr. King's medicines arc pros rib d
by doctors. Do y..u kno.v any other
; hey n o unmei dV
A coini lo o 1 ii : ke;.t by Palmen i
I Irug (J ).
Our Supremacy. . . .
THE HUB is not one of these stores that fear comparison. On the con =
trary, we invite and welcome a full coparison of our stock in any line with
any other store's stock in the same line==because we know full well that
any such comparison will only accentuate our supremacy. In practically
every line pertaining; to women's wearables, we can show a finer, choicer,
more up-to-date selection than can any competing house. Compare with
care, and we are sure you will admit the complete truth of the statement.
Of Winter Jackets
We have carefully selected, from the show
ings made by a number of the best manufact
urers in the country, a line of new Winter
Jackets, in both Ladies' and Misses' sizes, that
is bound to elicit the admiration of every dis
cerning dresser. They are stylish in shape
and cut and color and fabric?and we show,
of course, many different shapes, lengths,
shades, etc. to meet the wants of different
figures and different tastes. Brown, Green,
Tan, Gray and Navy Blue are some of the
colors our Coats come in?the new Brown ef
fects are particularly stunning.
News of Necessities
Our stock of apparel necessities is always
complete, even though we do not speak of it
so often here as of some of the more showy
portions of our stock. But in such items as
the following you'll find us royally ready for
your every need.
Heavy fleece lined Vests and Pants, full
bleach 25c and 50c
All Wool Vests and Pants, fine, soft mate
Fine gauge guaranteed last Black Host;,
ribbed or plain L5c to 25c
Finer guage Black I lose, gauze weight, :25c.
Invisible Lacing Corsets, of Batiste and
Coutil, in models to suit all figures, $1,00, and
much else of similar sort.
Shapely Shoes, and Sturdy too.
Our shoes are not only shapely and stylish, but they are stur
dily built as well. Neither in wear nor in good looks can they he
bettered in the market at their prices.
Our leaders are the Regina at $3.00, and the Portia at $2.50;
but we do not neglect the staples in this line. The best shoe for
women on the market, $1.00 to $1.50. For Misses, 75c to $1.25.
come: and see us
A reservoir located near tho center
of tho city of Winston, N. O., contain
ing; 800,000 gallons of water, gave way
Wednesday morning last, causing tho
death of nluo persons and the injury of
As thi result of a dispute over the
division of a potato crop, Mrs. George
Hell, of Bayboro, llorry county, was
killed with a hoe by her nephow, Wil
liam Hell, last Wednesday evening.
Aaron Williams, colored, who was
sentenced sometime ago at Camden to
be hanged November 4, was given a
respite until December 28 by Governor
lleyward last Wednesday. Williams
was convicted of rape and was aen
teucod to pay Ihe penalty on the gal
lows. It appears, however, that some
very matorlal evidence has been dis
covered and presented which was the
grounds for the governor's action. The
virtue of his victim Is doubtful, accord
ing to various affidavits of numerous
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
tho lungs and keep expoctoratlon easy
You want a remedy that will conn
toract any tendency towaid pneumo
You want a remedy that is pleasant
and safe to take.
Chamberlain's Cough Bemedy meets
all of these requirements and for the
speedy and permanent* cure of bad
colds stands without a peer. For sale
by Laurens Drug Co. and Dr. B P.
Hank of Laurens Prosperous.
The Bank o' Laurens, Laurons, Nov. 1
Gentlemen: In reply to yours of 2(>th
inst. in reference to present conditions
as compared with past, will say col
lections and trade are very satisftc
tory. Deposits are bast in our history.
Crops are turning out fairly well and
prices prevailing have put a smile on
even the p ?ssimist. In my opinion
conditions in our section were never
O. P. Simmons,
President Bank of Laurens.
The above was published In the Co
lumbia State, Thursday, Nov. 3rd, am!
what Mr. Simmons says of the Bank of
Laurens is doubtless true of tho other
banking institutions of tho city.
THE LADIES favor painting their
churcbe*, and therefore wo urge every
Minister to remember we give a 11b
| era1 quantity of the Longman & Mar
tinez paint toward iho painting.
Wears finel covers like go'd.
Don't pay $1.50 a gallon for Linseed
Oil (worth 00 Cents) which y u d >
when you buy other p.iuts in a can
wit h a paint label on it.
8 &0 make 14, thorefor-e v. hen you
want fourteen gallons of paint, buy
only eight, of L. & M., and mix six
gallons puro Linaeed Oil with it, and
thus get paint at less than $1.20 per
Many houses aro well painteel with
four gallons of L. & M, and three gal
Ions of Luif eed Oil mixed thorewith.
These celebrated pa-ntsaro sold by
W. L. Boyd, Laurons, S. C.
Clinton Pharmacy, C inton.
Money to Loan
Oa improved farms, In sunn of $300.00
and upward, at 7 percent, and 8 per
cent, interest, repayable In oasy annual
instal ments. No commission. The
borrower simply pays a reasonable ex
pense of negotiating the loan.
C D. BARKSDALiK,
W. Y. BOY i),
Attorneys, Laurons, S. C.
Call on W. Y. Boyd. 10-13t
C.r.iy Court, S. C, Ov't.,3r, i904
Mr. J. P. Tolbort, Agt.,
The Southern Undorwilers Fire
insurance Co. of Greensboro, N. O.
Laurens, S, c.
Dear s"r: Allow mo the pleasure of
thiriking your oennpany through
yo i f.>r their prompt settlement
of my claim for $1,000 on my el wel
ling, which was burned October 22nd.
1001, Your company did not claim the
Oil days neither did they chargo me
interest as most companies do for that
lime, but paid jxilicy in full.
Thanking you again, I am,
J. T. PBDKN.
On Tuesday, Novemhor I? h lust., at
the Supervisor's office, the Board of
Commissioners of Laurena County will
lot contract for raro of the County
Puor House and farm for the cn^umg
All proposition* must hi pubmltted
i writing to J. D. Mock, Cb rk, by
iho lltli in t., and must be accompan
ied by dopOfrlt of $16 00 as guarantee
for clos'ng contract and making bond.
Appl cants inns', furnish satisfactory
references and give number in family,
Satlsfao'ory bond required.
Kor furl her information apply to the
Right reservod to reject any or all
H. B. HUMBERT.
Supervisor, L C.
Nov. I, I004 -2t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Laurens
By O O. Thompson, Inquire, Tro
ll t.- .1 iidgo.
Whereas R. A, Cooper made suit to
mo, to grunt him letters of administra
tion of ihe estate of a?d effects'of
lluiry A. Cooper, deceased.
These are therefore to cito and ad
minlshall and s'n.ulnr the kind rod
an I creditors of tho t-.vd Henry A.
Cooper, deceased, that they bo and ?p
p ar b':f-?re me, In tin C urt of Pro
rmte, to ho bold at l.univm IL. S
i' . "ii t.i o 1 lib day of November, 10.14
nAxt, after publicition thereof, at n
i.'? lo k in the forenoon, to frhow cause,
if ny they Imvo, why tin said admin
itlO i should not be granted,
(liven under my hand, this 31st day
Octobar, Anno Domini, 1004.
O. G. THOMPSON, J. P. L. C.
Ttears lbs y> II? Kind Yea llwffii B;yr
Thornwell Orphanage Suf
fers by the Flames.
IS CONSIDERABLE LOSS.
Actaeou Book Club flare Linen Shower
to Miss Copeland, a Member
Clinton, Novomber7th.?On Friday
night tho Memorial Ha'l of The Thorn
well Orphanage, was do troyed by fire.
When discovered about 12 o'clock it
was too far gone to be saved. The fire
was supposed to have started from one
of tho ovens. There was hard work to
save the two houses naarest the hell.
This is a big loss to the Orphanage, as
all the dining-room, tcitchen and dairy
furniture, besides provision, were
burned. Tho town peop'e took the
! children to their homes for breakfast
and dinner, Dr. Jacobs having pre
pared a temporary kitchen by night*
Mrs. H. L. Scaife and ohildren will
Brrivo Thursday to visit Mrs. W. M,
On Friday afternoon the Actaeon
Book Club gave a Liinen Shower to Miss
Annio Copeland, one of the members
whose marriage occurs on Wednesday
evening. In contrast to the gloom
withou', Mies Libbie Rponcer'a home
vas bright and attractive with beauti
ful fl twers and soft lights. In the din*
ing room autumn le ivea carried out
the color of red. The place cards were
done In pen and ink. A delightful salld
and sweet course was served by Mits Mc
| Crary and Miss Lisa Bsan. In cutting
I the bride's cake, the ring went to Miss
I Ina Vance, riches _to Mlsa Kennedy,
I while contrary to fortune the thimble
f. 11 to Mrs. C. M. Bailey. On leaving
the dining room all etoppedjn the hall
where Miss Eliza Horton and Miss
Amy McCrary served punch and gave a
toast to "Tho Bride." On re-entering
tho parlor, Miss Copeland waa asked
to ring tho beautiful sliver bell, from
which fell a shower of lovely Mexican
drawn work, embroidery and lace pieces.
The guests of the club were Mrs. A. E.
Spencer, M'sses Katberine Copeland,
Beezie Bell and Katberine Bean. The
members are Misses Boozer, Wright,
Duckott, Horton, ?ailoy, MoCaslan,
Ina Vanes, Laura Vance, Spencer,
Mansor, Kennedy, Copeland, Mrs.C. M.
Bailey. Mrs J. It. Copeland, Mr?
B. Vance and Mr?. J. W. Copeland.
A lovoly entertainment was given on
Wednesday afternoon at tho handsome
homo of Mrs. J. W. Bailey in honor of
Miss Annie Copeland. The color used
in the dining room was'yellow. On tho
tablo was a vase of magniQolent ehrya
anthemums m il one at each place.
Wt.ite tho coffee was bdng served, a
box was placed before Mis* Copeland,
which on being opened proved to con
la'n many b>autllul and dainty, hand
kerchiefs:. Those present wore Mrs.
N. B. Phinney, Mrs. Goorgo Copeland,
Vrs. J. R. Copeland, Mrs. W. B. Ow
ens, Mr?. II. H. Young, Mra. J. F. Ja?
cobs, Mrs. Thorn* oil Jacoba; Misses
Llbble Spencer, Clara Duckett, Ina
Vance, Rosa Bailey and Beezie Bell.
Messrs. W. J. and M. S. Bailey are
North on a business trip.
Mrs. A. V. Martin is the gusat of
friends r.t Fort Mill ibis week.
Ram Jobnfon of Chattanooga la at
homo on a short visit.
Miss Ina Vance was the guest of
Mrs. Goorge Albright from Friday un*
til Monday .
Too President of the Charlotte Hard
ware Co. says: "l consider Dr. King's
Blood and LWer Fills vory best I ever
used." Dr. King's always cure. 8old
at 25 cents by Falmcto Drug Co.
J. Samuel McCuc, ox mayor of Char
lotte?\ ille, Va.. was convicted of the
murder of bis wifo in the Corporation
Court last Saturday 'after a long and
sensational trial. The vordlct was
murder In tho lirst degree. McCue was
charged with killing his wifo Sunday
night, September 4th, just after they
had returned home from Church. Mo
Cue r^id that a burglar had entered
his home and after assaulting him, had
murdered his wifo. The jury charged
with tho trial of tho case deliberated
loss than half an hour and it is said
that during that time ono of the jurors
led tho others in prayer before return
ing tho verdlot.
Hundreds of I'vos sivod overy year
by having Dr. Thomas' Elootric Oil in
the hoiiso just when it id needed. Cures
croup, iie.il.-> burns, cuts, wounds of
DON'; FORGET that "ITnole Joe"
Sn-llh is still In the marblo business at
Clinton, S< 0. His monuments are up
to any hold.
Fou Kknt?10 room brick dwelling,
ae o lot; good garden, city water.
Price $12,60 per month. Possession 1st
January, 1905. Apply to
Mus. L. N. BOYD.
Notice?We forbid all persons from
hunting, Hshln/ or othorwiso trespass
ing on mr Hods. T. J, Hughes,
J. A, Hughes.
Notice All parsms are hereby
warned not to hunt, Ihn, or otherwise
trespssi on my Und*. Layfaye-te
Summ rail, ll-4t
FOR S\LE-1 have a full eupply of
setd. whoat for Sale. M. H. Fowler. 1
All persons are hereby forbidden to
hunt or otherwise trespass on our lands
and those In our charge.
E C. Owens.
Miss Maud Owinos,
Barksdale, S. CL
> Nov. 5th, ?04, ^