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any Kind of
Roal Estate, or Business,
Write us your wants.
J. Y. GARLINGTON & Co.,
Laurecs, 8* C.
LAURBNS, Q C WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 23. 1904.
Ahh KINDS OF
Palmetto Drus: Co.
Get them while stock is
HUGH S. THOMPSON.
Died in Kcw York City
WAS GOVERNOR IN 1882
With Eminent and Dtstlng alined A blllty
Erery Daty of Public Trust
was Faithfully I>Ischarfff <1.
Former Governor of South
Carolina, Hugh S. Thompson,
died at his residence in New
York last Sunday night. He was
68 years old, having been born in
Charleston in 1836. He was de
scended from distinguished pa
rentage and in his long and dis
tinguished career Gov. Thomp
son reflected great honor upon
every position occupied from a
professor of the Citadel to the
highest office in the gift of the
Before his last term as Gov
ernor had expired, President
Cleveland offered him the posi
tion of Assistant Secretary of the
He resigned the Governorship
and accepted the Washington
Just before the close of Cleve
land's administration, Governor
Thompson was nominated by the
President as a Civil Service Com
missioner and for a number of
years he served the national gov
ernment with eminent distinction
in this position.
His last work was as Comp
troller for the New York Life In
surance Co., which began with
the reorganization of the Com
pany in 1892.
Gov. Thompson's remains
have been brought to Columbia
and will be interred in that city
Be&n Um _/) 11? Kind Ycu Hate Always Bought
_a 1hfl Kind Ycu Hate Always
DEATH OF RANDALL MURPF.
TFas, One of the Oldest Citizens in the
Mr. Randall Murff, one of the
oldest and most highly respected
citizens of the county, died at his
h ne near Brewerton about 6
o'clock Sunday evening last.
His death was due to the gen
eral infirmities of old age, though
he sustained a fall Saturday
night which gave him a great
shock and possibly injured him
internally, which no doubt has
tened his death. He was eighty
four years old.
His body was laid to rest at
Poplar Springs Baptist Church
yesterday morning at 10 o'clock.
Mr. Murff died where he had
rispeut his entire married life, hav
iing settled there before the war.
He was a good man, was faith
ful to every obligation to his
Maker and to his fellowman.
His wife, who survives was a
Miss Riley and they reared a
large family, one of whom Mrs. G.
E. Moore, is a resident of Laurens.
Two sons survive, J. M. Murff
of Spartanburg and Green Murff
Wafted From Waterloo.
Waterloo, Nov. 22.?h. I*.
"Dendy of Columbia has opened
tip a new store in Waterloo.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wharton
arc in Charleston for Gala Week.
Clarence Cunningham of Char
laston is at Rosemont for the
J. C. Sims of McCormick was
in town Sunday.
Miss Martha Hellaras of Clin
ton is visiting her sister, Mrs. T.
Mrs. J. A. Smith is visiting
relatives and friends in Newberry
Dessie Henderson of Macon
has been with relatives here for
.the past week.
T. J. Anderson of Clinton vis
ited friends and relatives in Wa
terloo last week.
As the result of a runaway ac
cident near Gray Court Sunday
morning, Miss Madge Harris,
daughter of Mr. W. P. Harris of
Youngs had one of her arms
tbroken above the wrist and dis
llocated at the elbow. Mi?s Har
ri?, accompanied by her brother,
and Miss Willou Gray of this
city was driving towards Gray
Court, when the horse became
frightened and ran. All were
thrown out of the buggy. Mr,
Harris and Miss Gray escaped
with slight scratches and bruises,
but considerably shocked.
Miss Harris received prompt
medical attention and was re
ported as doing nicely Monday.
BOLT MOYD NUPTIALS.
PopnUr Ymmjr Couple or (ho Comity
Miss Mary Bolt, the popular
young daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jas. W. Bolt of Alma and Mr.
Mack Boyd, a well known and
progressive young fanner of
Ekom were united in marriage at
the home of the bride at 2 o'clock
Sunday afternoon, Nov. 20th.
Only immediate members of
both families and a few close
personal friends witnessed the
ceremony, which was performed
by the R.ev. J. F. Anderson of
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd have the
best wishes of hosts of friends
throughout the county for their
Church of Ihe Epiphany.
A hearty invitation is extended
to the public to attend Thanks
giving service at the Church of
the Epiphany (Episcopal) to
morrow, at 11 o'clock.
There will be service and ser
mon appropriate to our National
Thanksgiving and quite a num
ber of the children from the Lau
rens Mill School will assist in
All persons should appreciate
the blessings of God and show
their gratitude by suspending
work, and offering thanks to the
Author of every good and per
Rector of the Church of the
Opera House, Thursday Might.
Manager Vance of the City
Opera House has been very for
tunate ii; securing the world's
famous Louis Salisbury Moving
Picture Co. for Thursday, Nov.
Louis Salisbury being one of
the pioneers in the moving pic
ture world surely surpasses every
thing of that nature. The ,:Grcat
Train Robbery," one of his most
realistic and exciting features,
shows exactly how the people
and "travelers of the west have to
suffer from the hands of the
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The National Bank of Laurens, nt I an
rens, in the State of South Carolina,
At the close of business, November
Loans and Discounts $75,660 26
Overdraft*, secured 311 5-1
II. S. Bonds to secure circulation 1G.0O0 00
Premiums on U. S. Bonds 740 00
Stocks, BocurcticB, etc. 3,487 41
Banking house, furniture and fixturos 3,091 55
Other roal estate owned 8.880 00
Due from National Banks (not rcservtt
agents) 388 3?
Due from State Banks and Bankers 607 38
Duo from approved reserved agents 3,669 10
Checks and other cash Items 60 35
Notes of other National Banks 1.210 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels and
cent* . 62 82
Lawful Money Reserve in Bank, vii:
Specie $7.663 35
Legal-tender notes 2.835 00 10.393 35
Redemption fund with IJ. S. Treasurer
(5 per cent, of circulation) 800 00
Total $120.062 11
Capital stock paid in $63.0(*) 00
.Surplus fund 12.600 00
Undivided profit*, less expenses and
taxes paid ?05 39
National Bank notes outstanding 16.000 00
Due toother National Banks 1,188 43
Due to State Banks and Bankers 30 T2
Dividends unpaid 129 60
Individual deposits subject to check 25.823 41
Time certificates of deposit 7.539 66
Total $126.062 11
State of South Carolina.
County of I*aurons, as:
I. Jno. Aug. Barksdalc. Carhier of a!>ovo-namcd
bank, do solemnly swea' that the above statement
is true to the best of mv knowledge and Iteliof.
Jno. Aug. Barkhpai.k, Cashier.
Jno. A. Bark.sdai.k.
B. F. I'o.sky.
John W. Kkrci'son.
Subncril>cd and sworn to before mo this 18th day
of Novembor, 1904,
C. C. Fkatiikrhtonk.
Spinal Tfrm Common Plciis.
Hon. Ellis O. Graydon of
Greenwood is presiding over a
special term of Common Pleas
Court which convened Monday
In the case of Hairston against
Davenport the plaintiff was given
a verdict for $325 Monday after
noon. This was a suit brought by
Dr. T. D. Hairston vs. John A
Davenport to obtain the payment
of certain rents due the plaintiff.
Yesterday morning the Court
was engaged with the hearing of
one or two minor cases, after
which the jurors were discharged
until 9 o'clock this morning.
An extra venire of jurors was
drawn Monday as follows : T. L.
Monroe, J. Z. L,evcrett, K. R.
Powers, j. II. Peterson and C.
NOTICE--Ml perfons aro forbidilen (o
hnnt. fi?h or otherwise tr spass on my
Dr. W. ir. Dial
For Sale?Ono Diak Whoat, I) 111
good as now.
J. W. fMNFORD,
RESTAURANT?I am pre
pared to furnish meals at all
hours; oysters a specialty.
3t j. Y. Wallace.
JvOBT ? One bob tail yellow
pointer bitch. Finder will be
liberally rewarded by returning
S. G. McDaniki.,
I,aurcns, S. Q.
A shoe that is weak in any part does not, under any circum
stances, represent FULL VALUE. Good workmanship and poor
materials, or vice-versa, result in a short-lived shoe. A shoe
must possess a perfect balance of good qualities to be worthy of
consideration. Copeland's shoes for men and women and boys
and girls are the best-balanced shoes on the market today. They
represent one hundred cents on the dollar, and every pair is guar
anteed. Customer's shoes shined free.
"The One Price Store
MR. D. A. DAVIS
= of -
DAVIS, ROPER & CO.
is now on his second trip to New York buying fall goods.
Our sales this season have surpassed any previous season
and have been far better than we anticipated. Notwith=
standing that we bought very heavily and expected a larger
business than usual. For the next month and a half we
want you to bear this store in mind for we are going to have
values that you can't afford to miss. Mr. Davis has gone for
the express purpose of picking up odd lots "and goods that
many manufacturers are closing out at this season of the
year. Come to see us and you can rest assured that you will
see some of the greatest bargains you have ever witnessed in
Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes, Cloaks and Gents Furnishings,
etc., that you have ever seen. Come to see us for dependable
goods at right prices.
Yours for business,
Davis, Roper & Co.
A Necktie Party.
On.j of too particularly ploamrable
social uffairs during tho pant week was
the necktie party given by Mr. Frank
Jhillew Friday evening. A jolly party
of nii young friends responded ai.d a
very merry occasion was enjoyed from
? to 12 ending with the serving of an
J.egant luncheon. The unique
program as executed developed some
very comical situations as the evening
Each young lady cairled to'.the par y
an envelope containing ? necktie?a
gentleman's tie. These envolopes w?rro
placed on a table and for a small con
sideration each gentleman guest was
permitted to draw a prize, an envelope.
All the young men had appearecLat the
parly tieless and of course every one
was eager to secure the article neces
sur y to complete his toilette. In tak
ing chauces for a tio it was made
known to each conttomnn outering the
coutost who would be his future
partner for the remaiuder ot tho ovon
Ing. Tho result was that in every in
stance tho young ladies found them
selves assigned with a different beau.
New Euterprise for Laurens.
Application will be made today to
tho r^cretcipy of State for a commis
sion to organize a Eaurons company
for tho purpose of manufacturing over
alls, work whirls, etc. T. K. liudgens,
socrotary and treasurer of the Eaurens
Steam Laundry, is tho promoter of the
Tho corporation will have a capitali
zation of $10,000, which will probably
to increased to $20,0o0. It is the pur
pose of tho promoters to locate the
plant, which will lie a co nmodioufi two
Hto'y brick building, on the north s'de
of East Main street, near the Laurens
PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE.
Messrs. \V. H. Hichey and R, A
Ci opor wont to Columbia Monday to
attend the supreme court. Mr. Coope*
carried down ihe returns of tho Federal
election in this county.
Tho C. N. & L Railroad has put on a
through freight with passenger coach
which U>avo4 Columbia nt ubout 1
o'clock a. m and arrives at Laurens al
auout 6 a. in ; returning it loaves Lau
i ens at about 5 p. m and gets to Col
umbia at ab .ut 0 p. m.
Miss Myrte Yetrgin ppent a few
days last week with Mrs. W. T. Smn
near the city.
Mra C. L. Owens and children, of
th.) Ba'ksdale section, spent a fow days
last week in the city with her mo her,
Mrs. M. F. Yeargln.
Miss Mario Clifford, of Union, vi-itod
Miss Joste Minter from Saturday until
M<>n. I). E, Hydrlok, of Spartan*
burg, Hon. O. L Blesso and F. H.
I'ominick, Esq., of Nowberry, and II.
F. Ilaynoaworth, Esq., of tho Green
villo b ir, have been in attendance upon
tho court this woek.
Brooks Stewart and sisters, Misses
Emma and Lula Stewart of Fountain
[no, visit.-d In the city Thursday.
Mr. ,I J, Dendy and Mr. 8. 1). Chi!.
drew Hue ; t the r nuici-??? n..--<
Dr. E. G Ei Anderson, of Newport,
IVO;)., was iu tho oily Sunday and
It, E. Babb, Esq., as messenger for
the county, curried the State and oou l
ty returns t'J Co'umhla la*it Th?rs lay
Ho r.siurr.od Friday, bringing with
him tlie money for clerks aud mana
gers of l ho i kction.
Lidy K. Willis of Gray Court, is
clerking for K. W. Willis.
John Bal o of Chicago aud Mrs. A.
!'. Harris of Norwood, N. C, arrived
In the city Thursday to visit their pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Balle.
V. is* Willou Boyd is at bom 3 for
awl ilo from Union, whore she his
hi on (ngaged as stenographer and
typewriter In the office of the Excol
-i. r Knitting Mills.
Mrs. S, 1.. Saxon and little daughter
loft Saturday for a visit to Charleston
W. 0. Peck, a prominent young ci i
zen of Dia'u was in towt? Thursday.
Co' John H. Wharton returned Fri
day from tho National Convention of
K ti 1 r< a 1 Commissioners wh'eh met in
B. Wistar Nichols has moved his
fami v to the city from Friendship. As
M r. Nichols'position keeps him away
from his family most of the t me ho de
elded to move to town.
Tli ? members of tho Baptist Church
llltv? been invited bo join the Efldle?
Aid Society of the I'irst Chur:h at n
soc'al m eting on Ti anksgiving Hay
fr.un :> to "? in tho afternoon al the home
of Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Fuller.
Walter E Barksdalo left the olty
Moi day afternoon for a visit to hm
brotlf r, Q. B. Barks.lale, at Hohlen
vilb-, I. T. He will bo gono several
S'ato Geologist Karl Sloan was in
the city Friday and Siturd .y. He had
spent roveral days In the con-itv In
specting the mineral produots and do
posl's lu the various localities,
Mrs.. I.. I. Pluss wont to Charleston
Monday uftet'm on for a two weeks
\Y, K. Bower of Power was in (own
M . aid Mrs. Wil lam B amers of
Columbia were In tho city several days
during Ihe past week visiting Mr. and
Mr.i i. T. Balentlne.
Rev. J. L. McLIn of Gray Court was
Installed as pastor of Kooky Sp i ga'
Church Sunday morning at ll o'clock.
The ln8*allatien services wore con*
duoloil by Dr. Boot. Adams and Bev.
B. 1?. Held of Roldvll'e.
By reason of an accident to bis
buggy Rev, ThornweM Jacobs of 01 u
ton w as delavt d iu miking his < pp >int
iiu'iit a* .he First I'resbytor'an t bureh
Sunday morning. Ho was Invited by
Dr. Adams to till the appointment In
his ubscne and there was genoral re
gret and disappointment by the con
gregallon R not getting to hear Mr,
Tho nexl enter ainment on the Ly
ti i m Course is Dr. Ben. 0? Bl'Oogh?
t> in, iho eminent Baptist Divine, of A
lant ', Qa , who has a wor d*wido repu
lat <>:. as an orator,1 cturcr and preach
( r He will bj bore on Wednesday,
Dccomb r 7th,
Hev. Rout Adams of the First Pre*
byt< rlan Churoh addressed a in ss
. llog Monthly night In Givenvil 0,
. !i wiM held for iho purpo-n Ol
arousing Interest In the work oi rais
ing funds sufficient to purchase Ohl?
COl'A CollegO for Iho several Prosby
t. riO; !nt< rested. K- v. \V G. Nevll ??.
i'n s diut of the Presbyterian Co)leg.?,
Clinton was also one of the speakers ot
Tho President of the Charlotte Hard'
waii! Co says: "I consider Dr. King's
Blood and uivor Pills vory best I ever
us* ,!." Dr King's always cure. 8old
at 26 conti by Daimoto Drug Co.
CLINTON S SOCIAL
Entertainment in Honor of
Iho Misses Moseley.
OTHER SOCIETY NEWS.
Dr. Convert of Loaisri'to Buys South
cm Presbyterian and Will More
it to Atlanta.
CLINTON, Nov 27th.?On Wed
nesday afternoon. Mrs. Jack
Young entertained most charm
ingly in honor of her visitors,
Misses Lula and Lena Moseley
and Miss Marie Smith. The hall
and reception rooms were lovely
in yellow and purple chrysanthe
mums, white ones being itsed in
the dining room, where Mrs. Cal
lie Copeland and Mrs. H. I. Hor
! ton, assisted by Misses Essie and
Olla Young, served a delightful
sal id course. Mrs. J. W. Young
presided over the chocolate table.
Those who enjoyed Mrs. Young's
hospitality were, Misses Connie
Bailey, Addie Horton, Ina Vance,
Louise Horton, Katherine Cope
land, Ljbbie Spencer, Ellene Mc
Caslan, Sallie Wright, Laura
Vance, Katherine Bean, Emma
Adams,Clara Duckett and Fronde
Kennedy, Mrs. J. Q. Phillips,
Mrs. J. E. Adair, Mrs. Walker
Hai ley and Mrs. Waters Fergu
Airs. W. B. Owens leaves this
week to visit her sister, Mrs. Nor
man, in Chatanooga.
IMss Katherine Copeland was
the guest of relatives in L,aurens
Dr. D. E. Converse of I^ouis
ville, Ky., has purchased The
Southern Presbyterian and will
move it to Atlanta very soon.
Mrs. James Copeland spent sev
eral days last week with friends
Mrs. O. C. Peake, who has
been very ill, was brought here
Friday and is at her brothers',
Mr. J. P. Uttle's.
Mrs. John Bolt, Miss I^eila
Wilkes, Mrs. Jack Davis, Mrs.
Fleming Jones, Mrs. Clary, Miss
Lil Irby and Miss Annie Gilker
|Qe who attended the bazaar on
DO NOT DOSE THU STOMACH
Hyomci, the Only Guaranteed Cure
No ono should confound Ilyomei With
the patent medicines that are adver*
tised looure catarrh. ? It is as far supe
rior to them all as tho diamond Is more
valuable th in che ip glass* Their com
position is s.'erot, but Ilyomol gives its
formula to a 111 reputable physicians
and is prc?cribe.l by them generally.
Its b;iso Is tho valuable eucalydtus
oil, famous for its antisep!ic qualities.
This is combined with aromatic and
h aling giims and balsams, making a
pur- liquid which, incd in tho flyomei
pocket inhaler, tills the air you breathe
will germ-killing, disease destroying
and hoa'ing powers thai retore health
to every part of tho nose, throat and
1 he only \\.\y to cure catarrh and all
other diseases of the respiratory organs
'.s to breathe Ilyoraei.
Thii Wv.Uinont has been so success
ful in curing ill) per cent, of all who
have used it. that Ilyomei, that Hyo
mei is now sold by the haurons Drug
Company, under an absolute guaran
tee to rofund the money In ease It does
! o' henelit. You run r.o risk what
ever in buying Hyomoi. If it did not
posse?s unusual powers to cure, it
COUld not be sold Upon this plan.
Tho c >mp!eto H?mel outfit costs
$1.00 and comprises an Idhaler, a bottle
of ilyomol and a dropper1 The inhaler
will last a lifetime; and additional bot
tleseof Ilyomei can bo obtained for 50c.
MISS WIIiUE JONES HOSTESS
At One of tho Most Delightful Occasions
of the Fall.
In honor of Miss Mary A.she of York
ville and Miss 11 >sa Hailey of Clinton,
Miss Willie Jones entertained in lavish
and ( harming fashion on last Wednes
day evening The reception rooms of
thi.- elogant .Jonos residenco on Harper
b:rt'Ot were decorated most artistically
whh ferns and pa'ins and presented a
brilliant and beautiful scone. The
young hostess wa^graoioua and charm
in g in an exquisite costume of white
crope do ohino over whlio t?fTeta.
Tablos were arranged for live handed
ouchre and pretty and toothsoino bon
bjii3 ?o'o fcrved throughout the
Mrs. Jesie Teague was the fortunate
winner o( tho prlzo, a handsomo gold
At tho close of tho game a delicious
sal id course was served, followed by a
dainty course ol sweets.
in k (jfiimanTrii)ayIsight
Was a Very lloAiittfut and Brilliant
()ne of the prettiest of the sev
cveral Germans given this fall by
the I Wintens German Club was
danced in their hall last Friday
Handsome invitations were is?
sued for the ball and elaborate
entertainment was provided for
The music was furnished by
the Columbia string band, and
throughout the evening refresh
ments were served the guests.
The German was led by S. R.
Todd with Miss lUossom White
hurst of Atlanta.
The Chaperones were Dr.
ami Mrs. W. II. Washington,
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Adams, Mrs*
W. R. Richey, Mrs. J. P. Burton,