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LAURENS, S. Cm J?n. *? ?S)?r>
Futures and Pasts.
While the price of cotton continues
bo tumble down lot us cons'der the
scoundrellsrn and cussedness of the
Wall street gambler*. Every point
that tho price drop?, the more aro wo
convinced of tholr villainy and of the
villainy of the cotton future business.
Tho bears have undoubtedly conspired
to rob the people of the South of mil
lions of dol'ars. At any and all ha/.
ards, the system should be destroyed
and tho cot'oD gamblers exterminated.
In what manner they should be lynched
?whether hangod, burned or merely
shot?Is of no consequence. It is cer
tain that they -should be lynched ex
Be it understood that we are speak
ing of cotton futures. The cot'.on
"pasts" can take caro of themselves
and will do to harm. We recall that
a year ago persons who needed cotton
lu their business and had to buy It
loudly, freely chargfd that the gam
blers, the cot'on bu'l gamblers, had
conspired to ruin them and they do
rcribed theso bulls as various and sun
dry kinds of thieves and pcoundrels.
?'Wo also remember that many persons
who had cotton to sell spoke most af
fectionately of these bulls and one Dan
.T. Sully was acclaimed as the South's
best friond. It was suggested that the
cotton producers contribute a dollar
oach to Mr. Sully in order (hat he
might befriend the South again. It
might not be safe for us to hint that
Mr. Sully gambled in cotton. On tho
wholo tho less we say about the cotton
"pasts" the better. Cotton futures are
working all manner of harm and hurt
at this time.
Levity aside, any syBttm of specula
tion that Interferes with and distorts
tho operation of the law of supply and
demand and thereby causes unnatural
fluctuations in prices of a commodity
must bring loss to both producer and
consumer In tho loo? run. The cotton
gambler, whether ho be bull or bear,
winner or loser, Is not a friend to
farmers or manufacturers or others en
gaged in legitimate business and is en
titled to little of tho respect of plain,
honest, Industrious men who are not
ashamed to do their day's work.
Is Mark Twain Immoral:
"Ton Sawyer" and ?'Huck'oberry
Finn," so Coil'or's for Decemb.r 28
tells us, "have been removed from the
free shelves of a certain public library,
and aro now given out to those per
sons only on whom, in the librarian's
opinion, the effects will not be dele
terious. It would be a pleasure to know
personally that librarian, or to see him
at his work, casting b',s penetratirg
eyo upon successive urchins, deciding
whether or not they shall perus9 the
groatest boy's stories yet written in
America. In our own variegated youth
a clerical uncle took us out of the house
behind some bushes and cautioned us
ngttinst the insidious effects of Mark
Twain, but the warning fell on barren
sol'. We wished to be good, but n >t at
the prlco of losing Tom and Huck. Mr.
Clemens is the biggest literary figure
in Amorica, and he is much too big for
some of tho librarians to understand.
His laugh is kind and most entirely
virtuous when they imagine It Is de
structive of society. 'Honesty,' says
ho, is tho best policy. 'I know, for I
have tried both.' There are people in
the world who aro grieved by a jost
liko that. Heaven rest their souls.
Mark Twain is open to criticism, for he
is one of the most uneven of our writ
ers, ns well as the greatest of them.
Homotimes when he swings his good
right arm at the evils or the inys'.er
iep, th3 superstitions or conventions of
this universe, ho Is mistaken as poor
Don Quixote. His attacks, for instance,
on tho groatest period* of art, because
they do not speak tho language of to
day, failed to lessen our admiration of
the Italian masters, and reacted, some
thing like a windmill upon lue critic.
I2;;t tu show timidity about the Influ
ence of such tnasterpIeco3 as 'Tom
Sawyer' and Huckleberry Finn' is to
give to the angels one of their too fre
quent opportunities to weep,"
tn collon that sells at 10 cents tho
poutd tho p-ofit is big. In cotton that
6ells at six cents tho pound there !s no
profit. When thcro Is no profit In cot
ton thcro Is somo profit in something
olse. When farmers throughout the
South produce moro of something else
they will raise loss cotton and then the
cotton that is produced will ba worth
moro In u country that will produce
scores <)f money crops the over-produc
tion of any single crop Is without ex
cuse. If denouncing Wa'l streot and
railing at tho robbers would lift the
price of cotton w6 should advise both
but slnco they won't and since tho
Southern farm era can easily wlu this
game by producing grains and hay and
fruit and live stock and eggs and poultry
and some cotton we advise that course.
It was a joy to all his friends, and
they are aa numerous as the men and
nomen and children in Laurent, to sje
Dr. Job J. Boo/or of Clinton In this
town during the glad Christmas week
Mtn who measure more closely to tho
standards of tho true gentleman are
not to bo found nor is a physician to be
W. W. Ball,
served with greater
Blessings on the bead
patriot and veteran?
perhaps but a boy in
Jobu Hary Watts.
John Gary Watts, whose death was
announced last week, was perhaps the
youngest man at any time elected to a
State oflloe in South Carolina, at least
since the war. He was a noble hearted
boy and man, unselfish and unfailing
la bis loyalty to his friends, kindly,
tender and generous to a fault and full
of the courage of his gallant father
whenever ocoasion called for Its exhi
Miss Carrie Bess Vance was hostess
at a very pretty reception Thursday
evening in honor of the popular club of
Butlnskies. Progressive annograms
was played with great zei't and spirit,
many contesting for tho prizo, a pretty
tdlvcr hat pin. After a number of ex
citing games Miss Josle Sullivan was
deolared the winnorof the large* t num
ber of games and was awarded tho prize.
This was followed with the serving of
a dainty repast.
A Small Fire.
A two room cabin owned by "Uuolo"
Kirk Taylor and ocoupled by Elmlra
Beasley, (ool.) was burned Sunday night
at 12 o'olook, The occupant of tho
house was absent at the time and all
her belongings were consumed with tho
Terrible plagues, those itching, pes
tering diseases of the skin. Put an end
I to misery. Doan's Ointment cures. At
any drug store.
Miss Elolse Bramlett and Mr. J. Mar
vin Langston wero united in marriago
at the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. T. J. Bramlett four nilies
north of the city Sunuay, Decembor 25.
The ceremony was performed by Rev.
J. M. Shell of this city.
This is often a disease of the blood,
though nob always. It attacks usually
the jo nts and tissue and causes a de
posit of uric acid. In its acute stage it
is ono of much pain and suffering,
sometimes affecting a large part or
even all the body. When near the
heart it Is dangerous to life. Wo are
thankful to say thero Is a proper treat
ment?Dr. King's Sarsaparilla?inter
nally, to eradicate the poi-on from the
blood. Dr. King's Nerve and Rone
Liniment?externally, to give life to
the stiffened, painful joints and tissue.
Sold by Palmefo Drug Co.
Good Man Dies Suddenly. -
Mr. Joseph R. Brownlee, a good citi
zen and successful farmer of Dial3 died
of paralysis at bis homo Thursday, Dec.
29. Ho was suddenly stricken down
while out in his lot and expired before
ho could bo removed to the house. He
was buried with Masonic honors at
Dials church Friday. His widow who
was before marriage, Miss Isabella
Dial, and several children survive . Mr.
Brownlee was about 00 and was a resi
dent of this county all bis life.
A CONTINUAL STRAIN.
Many mcu and women are constantly
subjected to what they commonly term
"a continual st-aln" because of tome
financial or family trouble. It wears
and distresses them both mentally and
physically, affecting their nerves bad
ly and bringing on liver and kidney
ailments, with the attendant evils of
constipation, lo.= s of appetite, sleepless
nogs, low vitality and despondency
?They cannot, as a rule, get rid of this
"continual strain," but they can reme
dy its boalth destroying effects by tak
ing frequent doses of Green's August
Flower. It tones up the liver, stimu
lates the kidneys, insures heaithy bod
ily functions, gives vim acd spirit, to
one's whole being, and eventually dis
pels tho physical or mental distress
caused by that "continual stra:u."
Trial bottle of Augu-t Flower, 25cj reg
ular size, 75c. At^all druggists.
Death of a Veteran.
William Munday a veteran of two
wars, and an aged and highly rospee'ed
citizen of the county, died at the Lau
rens mills, Wednesday, D< comber 23.
He is survived by several sons and
daughters, one of tho latter being Mrs.
Dallas Mooro of the city.
A Little Care Will Save
Many Laurens Readers
Watch the kidneys secretions,
See that tbey have the amber hue of
The discbarges not excessive or infre
Contain no "brick-dust like" sediment.
Doan's Kidney Pills will do this for
They watch the kidneys and cure them
when they're nick.
J, H. O'Dell of Factory Hill, mill
hand, rays: "I have been 'suffering
from backache for a long while. At
times I cou'd not work on account of
the aching across the small of my back
and the dull pain gavo me no rest day
or night. I could not stand straight and
if I sat for a bit and attempted to arise
I had to catch hold of romet'ilng to
pull myself up. The secretions from
the kidneys were very red, full of sedi
ment after they stood for a while. I
could not retain them any length of
time and bad to rise often at nigh'. I
tried several highly recommended
remedies and used liniments, but noth
ing did me any good until I got a b >x
of Doan's Kidney Pills at the Palmo'.to
Drug Co. and used thorn according to
directions. They gavo relief almost at
onco and since using them the kidnoy
secretions havo gotten clear and nat
ural and I do not havo to get up at
nights as I ueod to, whilo tho back
ache has left me."
For sale by a'l dealers. Frico 50
cent'. Fostor-Mllburn Co , Buffalo, N.
Y., solo agents for tho United States.
Remember the name ? Doan's and
take no other.
An exchange speaks of a man who it
Is said always paid for his paper a yoar
In advance. As a result he has nevor
boon sick a day in his life, cover had
uurns on his toes nor tootbacho, his po
tatoes never rot, his babies nevor cry
at night, his wife nover scolds and ho
succeeded in serving three years on
the school board without being cussed.
CURED HIS MOTHER OF RH EU?
"My mother has beon a sufferer for
many years from rheumatism," says
W. II. Howard of Husband, Pennsyl
vania. "At times she was unablo to
move at all, whllo at all times walking
was painful. I presented her with a
bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Palm and
after a few applications she decided it
was tho mo9t wonderful pain reliever
she had ever tried, in fact, she is never
without now and is at all tlmos able to
w.ilk. An occasional application of
Pain Bairn keeps away the pain that
she was formerly troubled with." For
sale by Laurens Drug Co. and Dr. B
STATE AND tiENEKAL NEWS.
Goorge McAllister was shot and
killed- by Arthur Leister, uard room
boss at tho Appalaehlo ootton mill,
Spartanburg, last Wednesday. The
killing cccurod in tho oard room and
was tho result of a quarrel botween the
meu about the dlsohar'go of a number
of MoAIIUtor's family by Leister.
Roy. W. R. Richardson, editor of tho
Southern Christian Advocate, has re
signed the positicu and he has so
oepted tho nppoin'ment by Bishop
Duroan, as pastor of tho First Metho
dist Church at Pulaski, Tenn.
As the result of an election last July
in which tho Prohibitionists provalled,
Charlotte and Greensboro, two of the
largest cMes of North Carolin* will be
dry for the next two years. The wbis
koy and beer saloons in both cities
closed Saturday night.
State Senator C. S. MoCall, ono of
the woa'thlcst and most prominent men
of the Pee Dee section, died at his
homo at Benncttsvillo Saturday from
an attack of grlppo.
Ono of the most distressing casualties
of tho holiday season was tho unin
tentional shooting of Miss Amber
Couch, the thirteen year old daughter
of Jas. A. Couch, a prominent citizen
of Briggs, Plckons county, by her lit
tle eight old brother, Wavorly Couch,
at their home, Tuesday evening. The
lad was playing with his fa'hor's gun
and pointing the weapon at his sister,
who was reclining on tho bed, the gun
was discharged. The charge entered
the girl's right oyo and tore olT one
side of her head,
R. S. Hill, banker, mill president and
one of tho leading citizens of Anderson
died suddenly at six o'clock at his
homo in that city Saturday afternoon.
Former Governor David ?. Hill cf
Now York has retired from politics and
Whtn bilious try a dose of Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablots and
realize for onco how quickly a 11 rs'.
clnss up-to-date medicine will correct
the disorder. For sale by Laurons Drug
Co. aud Dr. B. F. Posey.
Why V! :><! ?n IIIh Iliiriiotl Down,
Of the production of uro by the fric
tion of wood ngnlnst wood windmills
jf the old construction save on a largo
settle some disastrous examples. When
the force of tho wind Increased the
miller was obliged to bring each of tho
sails in succession to the ground In or
der lo unclothe It, but when sudden
squalls enmo on this was. Impractica
ble, and the mill In extreme eases ran
nwny- that is, could not be stopped.
Everything was now done to Increase
the grip of the wooden brake round the
great wheel on the driving shaft, and
water was poured copiously over them,
hut In spite of nil this flames would
sometimes burst out from the lntenso
friction and the mill be probably
burned down ns the result. The beau
tiful machinery of the modern wind
mill, by which the miller controls the
action of the sails from the interior of
the building, has reduced this danger to
a minimum.?Notes and Queries.
Thero nre 100 different varieties of
memory, and perhaps we cannot alto
gether choose which we will possess,
though every sort, when we have the
germs of it, may be cultivated. To
le?rn anything by heart the best plan
Is to rood a sentence and repeat It
without a boo!:, then read the next
sentence and repent tho two, and so
on. Repetition Is of great Importance,
"line upon line." More is learned and
remembered by reading through ono
book twice than by reading two books
once. After a thing has been learned
It must lie recalled and gone over at
Intervals, or the Impression will fade
The finest city and village churches
aro painted with the Longman Sc Mar
tinez paints, and wo want every church
to accept our donation -whenev.-r they
8 ar.d <> make 14. therefore when you
want fourto. n ga'lons of paint, buy on'y
eight of L it M ar.d mix six gallons of
pure linseed o'l with It, making actual
c st of paint about $1.20 per gallon.
Don't pay $1.50 a gallon tor linseed
oil (worth no cents) which you do when
you buy other paints in a can with a
pain', label on it.
Many houses aro well painted with
four gallons of Ii & M and three gallons
of linseed oil mixed therewith.
Wears and covers like gold.
Thcso celobrated paints are sold by
W. L. Boyd, Laurens, S. C,
Clinton Pharmacy, 0 inton.
Soars tho ^8 Kind You Have Always Boi'gfrt
Tha County Treasurer's Hooka will
be opon for colloction of State, County
and Commutation Road Taxes for fis
cal year 11)03 at tho Treasurer's Olllco,
from Octoher loth to Decencbar HI,
100P Those who prefer to do so can
pay in January, 1905, with one per cent ,
additional; those who profer paying in
February, 100t">, can do so with 2 per
cent, additional; those who prefer lo
p?y in March, 1905, to tho 16th of said
month, can do so by paying an addi
tional 7 percent. Aftor said date the
books will close.
All porsons owning property or pay
ing taxos for others i*i more than one
Township are requested to o '11 for re
ceipts in ea<,h township in which they
live. This is important, as additional
cost and penalty may not bo nttsnhed.
Prompt attention will bo given those
who wish to pay their taxes through
tho mail by checks, monoy orders, e!c.
Persons s?nding In lists of names to b ?
taken oil', are urged to send In early at
the Treasurer is very busy during tho
mon'h of December.
Tho Tax Levy is as follow*.:
State Tax, 5 mills
County Ordinary, 2:?, mil s
Special County, 2.} nulls
Public Road, 13 mills
S:hoo', 3 mills
Total 15 mills
Special .School, L men?, 3} mills
Special School, Wa'erloo, 2 mills
Sp 01 al School, Cr ?y Com t, 2 mills
Special Schoo', Gross Hill. 3 m Iis
Special School, Mountvllle, 2} m'Ps
Sp' cial Schoal, Poun'aia Inn, 4 mil s
Special ttoho)!, Hunter, ;? mills
All able-bodied male citi/.ons between
tbo agis of 21 and 00 yesrs aro liable
lo pay a poll tax of $1.00, exceptcbl
soldiers, who aro oxenipt i.t 50 yoars.
Commutat'on Road Tax $1 00, In l eu
of working the public lo.adK, to bo paid
at tho time as stated above.
Come early and avo d tho ru.-h
J. H. COPE LAND,
County Trea in t r.
Laurens, 8. 0., Sept. 20, 1904 !d.
I Greeting! I
?8 As we bid adieu to the Old Year and &
%S enter upon the New, we take the *ifi
wd opportunity to thank our customers ir
%J and friends for the favors of the
^ year jnst closed; and to wish that
%J ? the New Year may bring them con- Jtf
WA tinued and increasing prosperity,
^ Trusting you will favor us with a
^ liberal share of your Dry Goods, &
Shoes and Millinery wants for 1905,
w* We are, cordially yours, *f
* THE HUB. THE HUB. |
Just received two cars of FANCY
MULES that I am offering at at=
tractive prices. Consult your in=
terest by pricing my Mules before
Max Zarex's old stand.
C. S. FULLER,
Laurens, S. C.
?jfu jAi >?? mf% j v4Vl ^4\'
Coughs are warnings of something amiss in throat
or lungs. Don't mind the cough, mind the
cause. Use a remedy that will go
to the source of trouble and
cure that. Such a
White Pine and Tar.
thoroughly because it
cures in the right manner.
Relieves irritation, heals inflamed surfaces,
loosens the cough, and soothes and strengthens
while it cures. A splendid remedy for children
^ because it is so good to cure and so good to take.
Price 25 cents.
DODSON'S DRUG STORE.
This troublesome tlisensc,
ns we all know, is caused by im
pure, blood. Impure blood is more
often than otherwise the result of a
torpid liver and inactivity of the di
gestive organs. Get and keep your
digestive organs in good tunning
order and the blood willjmrify itself
- - then Rheumatism disappears.
There is no treatment or remedy I
more effective in the relief and per
manent cure of nil ailments arising |
from a sluggish liver, like Rheuma
tism, Indigestion, Headaches, Kidney ]
troubles, Nervousness, etc., than
It is not a Patent Medicine, but a
pure vegetable preparation, extract
ed from the bark of a specially
grown species of the Hydrangea
plant and is compounded by chem
ists of long experience.
Try r? J>ot Mo. If found not nil claimed
for It, return to the drtlgglit mid get your
money hack, Or II you ennnot f p.iie ,v> cents
lor a bottle,writ* lliand wewfllaeiid you ?
supply with our compliment*. Wearedeter
inined everybody ?hell try "Seven IiarVa."
LYMAN DROWN, New York City.
Laupens Drug Co.
sKN . VHV.K ro all
users of morphine,
ellxlrof opium, co
large book of par
ment. Address, Dr.
B. M. WOOIXKY,
P. O. Box 2H7,
?2 Life Insurance Co. Jl
? New York J?
S| Richard A. McCurdy, Pres.
?ft Oldest in America J|
Largest in the world ^
5f w. w. DODSON, j?
^* Agent for l.aurens County
1 mil ?ns, s. C.
W. C. IRBY, Jr.,
Attorney at Law,
LAURKNS, S. C
W. Y. BOYD,
Attorney at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts.
Prompt attention given to all business.
Be*r? ths 1 Kind You Have Always BougM
For Any Person Who
Takes a Bottle ofOUIt
(Nature's Remedy. )
The Groat Mood Puriller, Kidney and
Llrcr Regulator, and Receives
A Guarantee Goes With End)
And tho druggist signs tho guur.m
tee. You run no risk in the trial. Our
Now Discovery is not an alcoholic
stimulant, which is worse than no
stimulant, but it is th4 grout buildii g
up and purifying remedy, purifying
the blood and ofeansing tho system
from all impurities, which given new
lifo and vigor to every organ* Ct nos
ltivoiy cu:os all blood diseases suoh us
Itching 8kin,'Pimples, Eczema, Bleed"
Poison, Scrofula, Rh?uinhtisni, and it
restores tho Nervous System to iis
Normal condition, produces a healthy
appetite, tones and regulates the heart,
and It lvgulatos the Kidneys, Liver
and Ilowtls. The use of a single hottlo
w.l! convinco auy one of its wonderful
curative p'opeitles. For sale by The
Laurens Drug Co.; W. W. Dodson.
IP IT ISN'T
IT IS INSIDE
the leading* fancy and heavy
grocers of Laurens. Here's
some of the new arrivals of
Seeded Rasms, Cleaned Cur
rants, Leghorn Citron, Turk -
ish Figs, Malaga Grapes,
Cranberries, Fresh Cocoa
nuts, Jordan Shelled Al
monds, Nixed Nuts.
Quality always the best in
the market and price well,
that is always right.
Every Woman Loves
Kvery woman likes to
feel that her jewelry is
solid and perfec t thai
she has what she paid
for. Every woman
likes to save money,
too. Coiisequen I
every woman ought to
patronize tis= it means
For | Sale
Two tracts, 26 acres each,
near Gray Court.
75 acres near Alma.
Two Houses and Lots at
Four tracts at Fountain
Inn containing 42, 10, ?3,
29 acres respectively, all
121 acres 3 miles north of
70 acres close to town of
Fine Rock Quarry at Gray
171 acres one mile from
8 acres at Fountain Inn
suitable for residence
J. N. LEAK
Real Estate Agent and
Gray Court, S, C,
Special Notice*?i have just received
a (ino line of fall end w liter nnplc <>?
all the latest styles. Price* to suil the
times. Pants made to order from $1.00
up. Suits made to ordor from 91200
up. A lit Is always guaranteed I alco
invite you to join my ? VOSS lug club,
only *l.oo per month. Phone l8o, Min
E. .1. DANCY, Tailor.
BABY EASE-tho world's best baby
modioino-i?a prompt, safe, sure and barm
loss remedy for all sorts of stomach and bowel
troubles or babies nnd children. Keep it al
ways oil hand-you can rely upon it.
At Oil flood ?**??}> stores, 2.5c.
Manufactured by BABY KAHK CO., Macun, (ja.
R. P. Milam & Co.
Better and Cheaper
Flour than any
bought right. . .
The Bank of Laurens
Lau pens, S. C,
ESTABLISHED NOVEMBER, 1?OG
I Money in a strong bank is better
than government bonds, because
lit earns more and is quite as
sate. This bank allows interest
_ . in its savings department at four
,. ??' c ' per cent, per annum, compounded
i /"' Vt*; January and July. Its ample
! J vv , capital and surplus and careful
1 conservative management affords
Deposits received from one
O. B. SIM/YiONS, President.
J. J. Piuss,
VV. P. Caine,
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Since the Cotton
Season Started J?
I LAURENS COTTON MILLS STORE
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, Al a n a g e r
1 \m m
1 ."' ejsssaraaa h Pi ii nm^iiim?
3 ; k a ?f
I*A LAI ET TO DRUG CO.
? Insure Your Proper
X ty 111 OKI Line
q In case of loss we pay
promptly, w i th ou t
gdiscount, and do not Jq1
claim the 60 days Xj
?~k usual to contracts of
X Only the best com
,r*^ p a n i e s represented,
q city and county prop
Si erty written at regu- j
X lar rates. See us. X
q Every courtesy ex- X
J5 A. C. TODl) tk CO. 0
Tin- regular annual meeting of the
shareholders of the National Hank of
1/Hircns, 3. 0, w iA iio hi id at tho bank
ing honiiC of said bank on tho second
laj In January, 1005, being tho
lOtii day of the mouth.
Jno. auu? Darksdalk,
Money to Loan
< )n Improved farms, in sunn of I800.C0
and upward, at 7 |or com, and 8 per
ci nt. in ten st, ropayable in easy annual
Installments. No commission. The
b now r simply piy* a icasonablo ex?
jciisc of negotiating tho loan.
C I >. ItAKKSDALK,
w. y. boyd,
a'tom ys, Laurons, S, C.
(lall on W. Y. Boyd. 10-i;it
Dr. Chas. A. Ellett,