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Entered atth< posiofhce at Laurens,
S. O, as second class mall matter.
LAPRKNS, S. C, Jan. 11, 1905.
More Circuits Needed.
The Newberry Observer says:
"Our esteemed contemporary The
Laurens Advertiser says, Mt Is non
sense to argue that the judges and
lawyers ace responsible for the delays
in disposing of the court's business.'
Then who are responsible! Somebody
must bo, for there are certainly delays
?long and numorous, as everyone
knows who ever troes about a court in
session. And ninety-nine p*r cent of
these b-lleve they are the judges and
the lawyers "
The Adveutiskh should have said
that the judges and lawyers are respon
sible for only a small portion of tho de
lays. Wo do not claim that tho law
yers and judges are infallible.
Other causes count much larger in
the congestion of court business than
their shortcomings. Hero are some of
Probably more time has been lost
in the last few years by defects in leg
islation cs to the drawing of juries
than from any single cause. Time and
time sgnin, in this or that whole
jury panels have be?n quashed as
illegal. Such incidents have ne
cessitated adjournments of courts
and wc bolievo In some instances
counties havo been without courts for
jury cases for nearly a year.
Another cause is the delay of jury
men and wKvcsses in reaohing the
court-. If th* editor of The Observer
v ii step into the court room some
Monday morning when the sessions be
gin, h may Qnd sixteen instead of elgh
toen grand jurymen present, eighteen
we believe heing the number required
for passing- upon an indictment. Two
or three will send doctor's certificates
that they are ill in bod. Tho news
will come that a "creek Is up" fifteen
miles from the court house which Juror
Smith cannot cross. Possibly the train
from Little Mountain or Silver Street
is two hours behind time. Possibly
somo juror has died.
Most of the capital trials are of ne
groes who are poor. The law justly un
dertakes to bring their witnesses into
court. A constable must be sent
twenty miles perhaps to lind the wit
ness and sometimos he must bo eent
into another county.
This is another way of saying that
the population of the counties is sparse
and the territory bread. In a gr^at
city jurors and witnesses may be
br ught in quickly, but there are long
trials even in New York and some
times many days are consumed in ob
taining a jury. There are no subways
or oven surface electric lines in New
berry county, notwithstanding such
promising names as "Silver Street"
and "Jolly Street."
Sometimes jurors become ill even af
ter the court has begun its work.
Of course the calendars always con
tain a large number of cases which
havo baen continued and many are
continued but we believe that The Ob
server will find that the lawyers are
always roady with a suflicient number
of cases to occupy the court's attention
during the term. The judges are
always willing to work on while any
thing remains to be done but they
cannot prevent the absence of wit
nesses or jurors. We bolievo that few
men in line of business dispose of a
greater volume of business in a given
time thin our friend Tom Sease.
A great deal of time is frequently
consumed in the trial of a .$20 cow
caso on the civil sida of tho court but
the lawyers are not to blame for this.
A lawyer in Laurens must take the
twenty dollar as well as the twenty
thousand dollar cases if he means to
earn a living and the average lawyer
in thero parts must scratch lively even
for a slim living at best.
We have the same number of circuits
and judges in South Carolina now that
wo had when there were 32 instead of
41 counties and a little more than one
third of the present population. Spar
tanburg county requires more time
from judges with its Hevonty thousand
people now thau when It had thirty-five
Mums in,I p ople in 1870. We have been
familiar wiih courts for nearly thirty
years and tho judges and solicitors
havo always had plenty to do. Neces
sarily their labors are uncomparably
heavier now than they wero a quarter
ofaconlury flgo. Will The Observer
contend that four judges would have
been suflicient in 1880?
Over 200 homicides occur in this
state each year. This means that each
jud??o must try about 25 casos for mur
der alono each twelve months, that is,
ho must give one month to murder
trials if a day bo allowed for such a
As long a* the number of ca3es roady
for trla1 so far as tho lawyers are con
cerned is sullloient to consume the
time of tho court term, it cannot be
succebs'ul y argued that tho casos not
ready for trial causo delays
Tho illness of judges causes delay.
Wo cinuot prevent a judge from be
coming ill occasionally. When there is
two much work for oigbt judges the
illnoos of one causes a ologging of tho
courts. With ten judges tho illness of
one would not bo quite so sorious a
TJnloss new circuits bo created thore
Is no escapo from tho special court
habit which is now prevailing.
Whtn bilious try a do.-o of Chamber
lain's Stomach aud Liver Tablets and
realize for onoe how quickly a first
class up-to-date medicine will correct
the disorder. For sale by Lauiens Drug
CO. and Dr. B F. Posey.
ECHOES OF TUE HOLIDAYS.
Cross Hill and Her Young People?
OKOS8 Hill, Jan. 7.?Christmas has
passed, but the pleasures for the young
people have been continued into tbe
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Guthrie gave a
most enj <yable sooiablo to a number of
tho'r friends Monday eveniDg. Thiy
served a course of fruits.
Mrs. W. A. McSwain and children
are visiting Mrs. Janio McSwalo.
Hugh Fuller returnod to Cleiuaon
W. B. Noffz returned to the Charles
ton Medieal College Wednesday after
spending the holidays wl'h his parents,
He will (ioisb in April.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. I.eaman were "ut
homo" Wednesday evening to a num
ber of their friends. Those prosent
were: Miss Virginia Black, jjAL. Mc
Swain; Miss Lizzie Carter, R/T?. Crisp;
Miss Sara Beeks, Joe Carter; Ml?s
Blanche Fuller, Henry Rasor; Miss
Belle Madden, Uugh Loaman, Miss
Maude Martin, Dr. W. P, Turner; Miss
Lulle Leaman, John L, Miller, Henry
Miller, Miss Mary Boyee, Eugtc Hol
Thero was a large crowd at tho
danco in Simmons Store, Wednesday
evening and everything passed olT
qletly and pleasantly to all present.
Dr. J. H. Miller will leave Monday
for Columbia to attend the Legislature.
For pain in back or chest, King's
Anti-Pain Plaster touches tbe spot.
'Tis especially good to protoot tho
lungs with one of these on front and
back. They are 25 cents and their
curative powers is very great. Sold
by Palmetto Drug Co.
Paris, Roper & Company's
Reorganization salo with tholr mon
ster Mill End sale that has been given
by them for several seasons past, makes
this the biggest sale ever held In Lau
rens. ?Io.ooo.oo worth of goods thrown
on tbe market far below their real
value?thousands of dollars saved to
the buying public. This sale ought to
attract and draw people not ouly from
Laurcns county, but from all tbe sur
rounding counties. Never such .a- sale
in Laurcns. Let everyone load their
purses with cash, and bring all they
CURED HIS MOTHER OF RHEU
"My mother has beon a sufferer for
many years from rheumatism," says
W. H. Howard of Husband, Pennsyl
vania. "At times sho was unable to
move at all, while at all times walking
was painful. I presented her with a
bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
after a few Applications sho decided it
was the most wonderful pain reliever
she had ever tried, in fact, she Is never
without now and is at all times able to
walk. An occasional application of
Pain Balm koeps away tho pain that
she was formerly troubled with." For
sale by Laurens Drug Co. and Dr. B.
Terrible plagues, those Itching, pes
tering diseases of tbe skin. Put an end
to misery. Doan's Ointment cures. At
any drug store.
Ageut at Whit mire Now.
M. L. Crisp, who has filled efficiently
and acceptably noarly every important
position at the Laurens depot during
the past four years has gone with the
Seaboard road and has beon given the
agency at Whitmlre.
Accompanied by his family he left
Monday for his new homo.
Mothers should always keep in gcod
bodily health. They one it to tbeir
children. Yet it is no unusual sight to
sco a mother, with babo in arms,
coughing violently and exhibiting all
tho symptoms of a consumptive ten
dency. And why shouid this dangor
ous condition exist, dangerous alike to
mother and child, when Dr. Boscheo's
German S -rup would put a stop to it
at once? No mother should be without
(his old and tried remedy in tho house
?for Its timely uso will promptly cure
any lung, throat or bronchial trouble
In herself or her children. Tho worst
cough op cold can be speedily cured bv
German Syrup ? so can hoarseness and
congestion of tho bronchial tubes. It
makes expectoration easy, and gives
instant relief and refreshing rest to
tho congh-raked consumptive. New
trial bottles, 2?c; largo sizo, 75c. At
New Issue, of Building and Loan Stock
Series No. 8 to Start.
The Stockholders of tho Perpotual
Building and Loan Association of Lau
rens, S. 0., aro requested to meet at W.
R. Richey's offlc?, Friday evening, Jan
uary 13, 1005 at 7:30 o'clock. Series
No. 3 in tho Association will ba started.
A largo number of shares have already
been subscribed . Persons desiring to
subscribe to said series can do so by
calling at tho office of the undersigned.
W. R. RlCHEY,
Jan. !), \6. Sec. & Treas.
Go to the groat Red Tag sale at J. E.
Minter & Bro. Make your dollars do
double duty by going to this salo.
You will bo sorry if you miss the
groat Red Tag sale Red Tag prices
mean a great saving to all purchasers.
Red Tag sale commences Saturday,
January I4th, at 8:3) a. in. Wuit for
It and look for the Red Tags. Don't
fail to visit tho great lied Tag salo.
FOUND A CURE FOR INDIGESTION
I aso Chamberlain's Stomach and
Llv. r Tablets for indigestion and find
that they suit my case better than any
dyspepsia roniedy I havo ever tried and
I have used many dltTorent remedies.
I am nearly lifty-ono years of age and
have suffered a great deal from Indi
gestion. I can rat almost anything I
want to now.?Goo. W. Emory, Rock
Mills, Ala. For salo by Laurons Drug
Co. and Dr. B. F. Posey
Notice or Dissolution.
R L. Gray having puichased tho in
terest of W. L, Gray In the busleess of
W. L. & R. L. Gray, tho said firm is
hereby dissolved by mutual conseut
this January the 4 h, 1005.
W. L. GRAY,
R L. Gray.
Partios owing the old firm are re
quested to come forward and make im
R. L GRAY.
Executors, Administrators and Guar
dians are reminded that the time for
making their annual returns com
mences the 11 ret day of January.
?. G. THOMPSON.
Dec. fifteenth, 'o4. J. p. L. c.
COTTON GROWERS MKETINU.
County Convention Will ho Held, Sat
To the people of Laurens county:
As there seems to be a misun
derstanding as to the time for the
meeting called by the Southern
Cotton Glowers Association, I
have been requested and in
structed to make this announce
ment. The various precincts or
townships were to have met on
the ioth to organize and send
delegates to the County Conven
tion, but it being more than prob
able that the people have not had
sufficient notice to ensure such
action, it is urged upon the farm
ers and business men of every
section of the county to attend
the mass meeting called to meet
at the Court House, on Saturday,
14th of January at 12 o'clock.
These meetings are to be held in
every county in the entire cotton
belt. The objects are to discuss
the cotton situation and to elect
delegates to the Cotton Growers
Convention, which will meet at
New Orleans, January 24-26.
Let the people come together
and discuss these questions. The
time to organize to get restriction
in acreage is before the crop is
Farmers, manufacturers and
all callings are taking a hand
right now, all over the South, in
the most imposing and deter
mined effort that has ever been
made to protect our people from
the further plunder and robbery
to which they have been sub
jected for half a hundred years.
Let the people turn out on next
O. G. Thompson,
CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REME
DY ABSOLUTELY HARMLESS.
The fault of giving children medi
cine containing injurious substances, is
somotimes more disastrous than the
disease from which they are suffering.
Every mother should know that Cham
berlain's Cough Rome ly is perfectly
eafe for children to take. It contain?
nothing harmful and for coughs, OOlds
hnd croup is ucsurpassod. For fale by
Laurens Drug Co. and Dr. B. F. Posoy.
OfT for the Legislature.
Senator F. P. McOowan and Repre
sentatives W. 0. Irby, Jr. and R Dunk
Boyd loft Monday afternoon for Coluiu
bia to le present at tho opening of tbo
South Carolina Legislature at noon
The delegation was joined at Clinton
by Dr. J. H Miller of Cross Hill, tho
other member of the House from this
Mr. Irby was accompanied by Mrs.
Impossible to foresee an accident. Not
impossible to be preparid for it. Dr.
Thomas' Eolectric Oil. Monarch over
25 CENT COLUMN.
NOTICE?White man's Barber Shop,
east side public square. All white em
ployees. Your patronago solicited.
John B McCravy, Jas. A. Mills. 23
SEE HERB I Beardless Barley for
salo by M. H. Fowler. 23
TRESPASS N0TICE-A11 persons
are hereby warned not to hunt, llsh or
othorwiso trespass on my lands.
W. 55. BALL, Lanford, S. C.
A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEX ion
Comes of using Cydonia Lotion.?
Softens and whitens tho skin; cures
sunburn, chapped or roughened skin
Tho genuine has Burwell &z Lunn's
Co.'s name and label. Price 25 cents.
At store of Palmetto Drug Co.
House and lot corner ul
livan and Hance streets, M.
H. Fowler residence. Price,
$2,000. Terms easy.
200 Acre tract near Stomp
pring, Improved, $2,000.00.
116 Acre tract near Cole
Point, Improved, $1,300.00.
3 large tracts in Jacks
Store house at Mountville,
217 acres near Princeton, #12
2 horse farm near Lisbon.
2 horse farm near Cole Point.
Store house under "Advertiser
Money to loan at reasonable
To buy small tract of land
near Ora, well watered and
M. L. Copeland,
STOCKS, BONOS, FI HE INSURANCE
Notice is hereby given that all per
sons are forbidden to hunt, fish or
otherwlse trespass on my lauds.
10-41 M. B^POOLB.
State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OP LAURENS.
Pursuant to tho Decree of the Court
of Common I'lo.u for Laurens County,
South Carolina, in the case of J. W.
Norwood, Plaintiff, against C. Ma-tin
Mil!* and others, I will sell at Lau
hm n, O. U., South Caro ioa, within the
logal hours of sa'e, at public out cry,
on Salesday iu February, 1005, it be
l?g Monday, the Oth day of the month,
the following described land:
All that Tot of land situate in the
City of Laurens, Laurens County, South
Carolina, containing thron acres, more
or less, bounded on the east by Silver
street, on the west by Caroline etree*,
on the north by lots of the esttte of
Ariana Young and Henry Jones and
Hampton street, on the south by lots
of Sam Rice and colored peop'e'a
Mo'hodlst Church, also on the east by
lot of Sam Rice and Hoary Jones, on
which are located eight cottages, lea?
tho two lots sold by O. Martin Mills off
of the above described promises to Ar
thur O'Dell and Stobo Garrett, on the
17th of April. 1902, and on the 22nd
day of Septem her, 1002, respectively.
Also all that lot of land in the said
City and Stato, containing six acres,
moro or less, bouuded on the south by
Hampton street, on the west by lot of
Thomas Sanders, on the north by Reedy
Fork Creek, and on the east by lot of
Georgo Giles, also by Fannie Oa'dwell
on the west, north and east, which lot
it onoloses on said side, and on which
there are now located four cottages, less
tho lot sold olT of the above described
premises by C. Martin Mills to Thomas
Sanders on the 20th day of December,
Also fifty-eight acres of land, more or
less, in part within tbe city of Laurens,
and bounded on tho east by public road
from Laurens to Clinton, west by lot of
J. Wado Anderson, south by lands of
S. K. Taylor and known as tract No. 6
of the Jobu Wells Simpson land, and
conveyed to O. Martin Mills by R. H.
Hudgens January 12th, 1894.
Tho foregoing property wl 1 be cut
into lots before the day of sale; and
will be sold in lots, plats of which will
be exhibited on the day of sale;
and wlH be on file in aiy ofllco.
If the proceeds of sale of the forego
ing property are not sufficient to pay
the claims, as provided in said Decree,
I will also sell all that lot, or parcel of
land, in the City of Laurons, in tho
County and State aforesaid, fronting
on Caroline street sixty-eight feet, and
lunnirg back therefrom same width
a distance of ono hundred and thirty
three, bounded on tho north, east and
sou h by othor lands of the said (),
Martin Mills, and on tho west by Caro
line stroet, it being the lot- sold to
Stobo H. Garrett and mentioned above.
If the proceeds of salo of theso
promises still be insufficient to pay the
clairap, as provided in said Decree, I
will also sell all that lot, or parcel of
land, situate In the City of Laurens,
County and State aforesaid, containing
one-fourth of an acre, more or less, and
bounded on the nor-h by Hampton
street and lots of Henry Jonos and
Sylla Carwyle, on tho east by lot of
Henry Jones aud Silver stieet, and on
the soir hand west by othor lands of
tho s?ld Mart'n Mil s, boing the lot
sold by C. Mtrtin Mills to Arthur
O'Dell above mentioned.
Terms of Sale: One-half cish, bal
ance on a credit of twelve months,
with bond of purchaser scoured by
m jrtgajre of premises sold, with leave
to purchaser to pay his out re bid In
cash. Should purchaser fail to comp'.y
with his bid, the premises will bo re
sold on tho samo or somo subsequent
Salesday, on the same terms, at the
risk of the former purchaser. Pur
chaser to pay for papors.
Thos. J . Duckett,
Sheriff, L. C.
Jan. Oth, 'O?,
A Little Care Will Save
Many Laurent* Readers
Watch the kidneys seoretions,
See that they bavo the amber hue of
The discharges not excessive or infro
Contain no "brick-dust like" sediment.
Doan's Kidney Pills will do this for
They watch the kidneys and cure them
when they're sick.
J, H. O'Dvll of Factory Hill, mill
hand, eays: "I have been suffering
from backache for a long while. At
times i cou'd not work ou account of
the aching across the small of my buck
and the dull p..in gave me no rest day
or night. Iomld not stand straight and
If I sat for a bit and attempted to arise
I had to catoh hold of something to
pull my??lf op. The secretions from
the kidneys were very red, full of sedi
ment after they stood for a while. I
oould not retain them any length of
time aud had to rise orten at night* I
tried several highly recommended
remedies and used liniments, but noth
ing did mo any good until I got a box
of Doan's Kidney Pills at tho Palmetto
Drug Co. and used them aocording to
directions. They gave relief almost ut
onco and since using them the kidney
secretions have gotten dear and nat
ural and I do not have to get up at
nights as I med to, while the buck
ache has left me."
For sale by all dealors. Frlco fiO
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N.
Y , sole agents for tho United States.
Remember the name ? Doan's and
take no other.
OVER 500 COPIES
Second Hand, State
adopted School Books,
which we offer at
Our Stock of School
Books, New and Second
Hand, is complete and we
shall do our best to fill
PALMETTO DRUG CO.
Look for Sign with Tree.
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The Bank of Laurens,
LAUREN8, S. O.,
At the Close of Business, Dec. 31st, 1904.
Loans and Discounts.$135,422.00
Real Rstatc and Furniture,.. '1,300.00
Due from Banks and Cash on
Capital Slock.$ 50,000.00
Not Undivided Profits. 17,420.27
Dividend Unpaid. 10.th)
Duo Banks. ((24.17
Duo Depositors,. 108,204.11
SATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, )
County of Laurkns. f
I, .1. .T. PLUSS, Cashier of the above
named Bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true and correct
to the best of my knowledge and belief.
j. j, Pj.i hs, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
the 31st day of December, 1 iw>t.
J, F. ToMIKRT,
Notary Public for Laurens Co.
(). B. Simmons,
'i W. R, IlicilKV, *^
IIiron K. Aiken.
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This is often a disease of ihe blood,
though not always. It attacks usually
the jonts and tissuo and causes a de
posit of uric acid. In Its ucute stage it
is one of much pain and suffering,
sometimes uffeotiDg a largo part or
evrn nil tho body. When near the
heart it Is dangerous to life. Wo are
thankful to say there is a proper treat
ment?Dr. King's Sarsnparilla?inter
Oally, toorad'eato the i>ol-on from the
blood. Dr. KiDg's Nerve and Done
Linimont?externally, to give lifo to
tho stiffened, painful joints and ttssuo.
Hold by Palmetto Drug Co.
<:. n. & h. Itallroad Co.
Schedulo in effect Novembor 21st, 1004 :
Nu. 02 No. 21 No. 85
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Daily copt. Sun- ccpt Suit*
Lv Columbia 1110 n m 616 P ni 100 sm
nr NpwIkm ry 12 31 p m 7 05 pm .'? 45 a m
ar Clinton 1 22 p m 8 15 p m 6 20 am
nr Laurent 112 p ni 8? pm G00 am
No. 63 No. 22 No. 81
Lv Lnuron.i 2 02 p m 7 00 nm 5 20 p m
ar Clinton 223 pm 7 30 am 0 00 pm
ar Nfwbcrrv 1111) lim 8 35 a m 7 05 p m
nr Columbia 4 15 p m 10 30 a m 9 10 pm
c. ii. casque. Atrent.
SPECIAL Notice?I have just recolved
a lino line of fsll and winter samples of
all tho latest sty lea. Prices to suit tho
time*. Pants made to order from $4.00
up. Suits made to order from $12 00
up. A lit is always guaranteed I also
invite you to joiu my pressing club,
only $l.uo per month. Phone 18o, Min
E. J. DANCY, Tailor.
I The g
ij Life Insurance Co. Jl
?2 New York &
Sjj Richard A. McCurdy, Pres.
?ft Oldest in America
5^ Largest in the world jjij
5* W. W. DODSON, ?j
? Agent for l.nurens County ^>
Jg| Laurens, S. C. fl?
W. C. IRBY, Jr.,
Attorney at Law,
LAURENS, S. O.
Briri th? ,0KM Ypm jjiivfl Atwajs Bought
For Any Person Who
Takes a Bottle ol'OUlt
(Nature's Remedy. )
The Great Blood Purifier, Kidney nnd
Liver Regulator, mid IL.ci ives
A Guarantee Goes With Each
And tlio d.-ngglst signs tha guaran
teo. Y< u run no risk in the trial. Our
New Discovery is no; an alcoholic
stimulant, which is worae than no
stimulant, but it is th* great building
up and purifying remedy, purifying
the b'ood und cleansing the system
from a'l impurities, which gives new
lifo and vigor to every organ. It pos
itively euros all blood diseas s such us
Itching skin. Pimples, Eczema) Blood
Poison, Scrofula, Rh lumatism, and it
restores tho Nervous System to its
Normal condition, produces a healthy
appr tito, tones and regulates ihe heart,
pnd it regulates tho Kidneys, Liver
and Bowrls. The psfl of a single bottle
will convince any ono of its woudoiful
curatlvu properties. For sale by The
Laurens Drug Co.; W. W. Dodsou.
IF IT ISN'T
IT IS INSIDE
the leading fancy and heavy
grocers of Laurens. Here's
some of the new arrivals of
Seeded Rasins, 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
Every woman likes to
feel that her jewelry is
solid and perfect - that
she has what she paid
for. Every woman
likes to save money,
every woman ought to
patronize us- it means
Two tracts, .26 acres each,
near Gray Court.
75 acres near Alma.
Two Houses and Lots at
Four tracts at Fountain
Inn containing 42, lo, 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
k/l? ??^^ Warm went her bring? danger (-> babio
'Zm?P m Kcepnbottloof llaby Knsc tho world's
? iwm-i), host, baby niedieino- on hand, t! is
fKH?, tho snfo, sure, harmless remedy for all
jV^fiLr Bumnior bowel nnd stomach troubles.
At nil tfood tlrxxii st?r??), 25 cents.
Manufactured by HARY EASE CO., Macox, Oa.
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.
R. P. Miiam & Co
Better and Cheaper
Flour than any =
bought right. . .
w Since the Cotton $
t Season Started J? |
w we have been unloading on an average of w
W one car FLOUR per week?last week we Sj?
^ unloaded two cars of 1st and 2nd patent. SK
I That Means Something!! . X
$ We have never learned the candidate's ^
i$ hearty handshake, nor do we pretend to ito
love the "dear people" so much- but we W
do claim that our methods are saving the W
farmers money, and making some for W
oursleves. Get our prices, and see quality My
^ of our goods. ..... JK
I LAURENS COTTON MILLS STORE I
W T.C.LUCAS, Manager }j(
1 ' only l r..;i Tonic which dors n?>t constlpato
IlliS <? ?:? I'OMIXl !;; < i'UU>?l llUIKlr.ils of ftlck
I' ? '!> ?? ,i; Iv.orriiM's hu' npctltp, silmiilatrs
I ivitx'uliill in, If you ilrc nulnnncl weak,don't
iosI He t ill uoaiuii'iicu lakin? this ?real oom?
|n mild ii I i ?-.
l*.-r sale hy
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8 A. C. TODD & CO. 8
we want all inters st e d in
TO HAVE OUR NAME DF.FORE THUM
Write us stating what kind of
Machinery you uso or win
Install, and we will mall you
Free op All cost
A HANDSOME AND US?FUL
pocket Diary and a tlas
On A LARGE
Oibbcs Machinery Company
columbia, s. c.
A STOOK OP HORSE POWER HAY
PRES3E3 TO BE CLOSED OUT AT
Dr. Chas. A. Ellett,