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A IIAPI'Y ItKUMOM.
D. pendants of Mrs. \ancj Took Mot
? Ith Her Daughter.
A reunion of the descendants of Mrs.
Nancy Cook, who Is tow in her 38th
ye ir, was held at tho homa of her
daughter, Mrs. Dolly Hltt, Cross Ulli,
Mrs Cook Is in very good hoiilth, her
mind Is clear and her eye-tight Is ex
cellent?being in the possession and
enjoyment of htr "second eyesight."
The two daughters, Mrs. Dolly Ilitt
and Mrs. John Hollingsworth with her
grand children and great grand chil
dren asiombled at the residence of Mrs.
Doily Hltt on December 21th to colo
brato Christmas to^ethor onco more.
All the gnind chlldiMi wero thero ex
cept four, to bo with dp -r grandma for
they all iovoth !r dear old grand-moth
er. There \v? re seven k rand-children
and eighteen g t at e.ruu J-cblldr\ u
making in a'l t?enty*ul e, four being
absent, one euch in Florida, Lauren',
Oklahoma and Rook Hi 1.
The meeting to^eth r of tho loved
ones was all ?hat could be asked, tho
dear grand nn ther mot t'ng a'l with a
cheerful smile and out-stretched arms.
She is quite >pry and loves to frolic
wl'.h tho dear littlo great-graud 1
Tho dinner was made more enjoyable
by tho presence of Hen Ilitt and his
handsome Texas wlfo and two beautiful
lit.!e daughters, Mary aud Margaret.
Bonnie Is tho eldoat son of Mrs. Dolly
Hltt and has beon in Texas fourteen
years. He is looking halo and hearty
and toems to be enjoying life.
We muat not forget to teil of the nice
dinner that was prepared by loving
hands, knowing that a good dinner
helps to keep tho day fresh In tbo
m'nds of its partakers. 1 could no*, do
the dinner justice In trying to describe
it. Sutllce to say it wes delightfully
cooked and beautifully servod. The
nlco roast turkey and cakos wore in
abundance and all other things of the
This was a day long to bo remem
bered by o'd and young.
One That Was Present,
LIFE AT l'.KO.'d.
Ekom, Jon. 2 ?Another year has
pass'd and gone. Hope we will all form
new resolutions and be better during
the new year.
We have had several mirriages in
this section during the holidays.
Mr. Oicar IS!more and Miss Earnest
Williams were married Monday eve
ning at the home of the officiating min
ister, Dr. J. O. Martin.
Mr. Armstrong of Gray Court and
Miss Maggie Philip* of this place were
marr'cd at tho home of the bride, Wed
nesday evening, Rev. J. F. Anderson,
ofGr.ty Court, olliciatii'g.
Dr. G. Y. Moore and wife of Cutb
bert, Ga., v'.sito l their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joo Moore, during tbo holi
Miss Leila Bolt, tho accomp'ished
daughter of Date Bolt is spending
awhile with her sister, Mrs. J. D. Cul
Misses Myrtio and Ft ankle Culbert
son h ive been visiting their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Y. J. Culbe-ts m.
Jiuiio Culbertson of Fountain Inn if
visiting his hrothor, L C Culbertson.
Ford Culbertson, who hss been liv
irg In Texas for several years Is spend
ing awhile with his father, Andrew
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Onlberlson gave
the young people of the community a
pound supper and ssociablo Tbu sday
Nat Owings and Tom Arn Id vi-iied
In this section Tuesday.
FOR ALDERMAN?FOURTH WARD
J. S. Machen is hereby nominated
for A'dorman from Ward 4, subject to
the result of the City Democratic Pri
State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF LAU REES,
City of Laurens.
An Ordinance to Raise Supplies by
taxation for the City of Laurens, for
tho year commencing January 1st,
Be It ordained by tho City Council of
?EC. 1. That a tax of lifty cents on
every one hundred dollars worth of
the assessed value of all property, real
and persona', not exempt by law from
taxation, situated within tho limi s of
the City of Laurens be, and the same is
hereby levied, for corporu'.o purposes
to defray the current expenses of said
City for tho fUcal year commonolng
January 1st, l?O?, and to meet such
other Indebtedness as has been con
tracted by said City, for corporate
That an additional tax of fifty cents
on every one hun-irod clolia's w< rth of
the assessed value of all property, real
or personal, not exempt by law from
taxation, situated within the limits of
the City of Laurens, bo and the samo is
hereby levied to meet tho Interest to
becomo duo, upon ?II the outstanding
bonde, and to pay one-for! ieth fare of;
the entlro bonded debt into a sinking:
fund to bo used in aid of tin1 retlremout |
and payment of said bonded debt.
SEC. 2. That the Clerk of tho said:
City shall onter s?id levies an 1 as?0*8
ments upon the books of said City and
receive said t .\<jh. That tbo' said
taxes In rein levied shall bo paid to the
said Clerk In lawful inonoy of tho
, Unittd States, on or beforo the llrst
d iy of March, 11)05, and any person
failing to pay said taxes shall bo liable
to tho penalty now provided by law for
the failure to pay State taxes,
Sec. 11 Dono and ratified by tho
City Council, of the City of Thorens,
and the corporate seal of sa'.d City nf
tixed, this tbo twenty-ninth of Decem
ber, In tho year of our L*rd ono thou
sand nine hundred and four, and in tbo
ono hundred nnd twenty ninth year of
tho Hoverelgnty and independence of
the United Mates of America.
J. C. OWING*,
Mayor Pro Um.
L. o. Balls,
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
PERSONAL AN? OTHERWISE
^rs. Mary C. Smith of .Yt. Gallsghor
wis lu the city Thursday.
II. J. Haynosworth, Efq. of Groou
vlllo was ia the city professionally
Laurens Mill Charge.
Tho appointments of the Laurons
Mill Chargo of the M. E. Church,
South, C. L- McCain. Pastor In charge,
aro af follows:
I First Sunday?Lecsvillo at 11 o'clock
I a. m.; Sandy Springs at 3 80 p. m.
Second Sunday?Laurens Mill at 11
a. m.; Watts Mill lit 3.30 p. m.; Laurens
Mill at 7 30 p. m.
Third Sunday?Sandy Springs ot 11
a. in.; Leosvllle at 3.30 p. m.
Fourth Suuday Laurens Mill at 11
a. m.; Watts Mill at 3 30 p. m ; Laurens
Vil at 7 30 p. in.
Culhouu County Voted.
The proposed Dew county of Oalboun
will be established, if the action <f a
majority of the vo'ors In tho territory
involved is ratilied by tho legisbUin-e.
Tho eleottcn was held last TuoseUy and
tho proposition was e.irried by an over
PROF. J. E. STODDARD MARRIED
Popular Young Teacher Claims a Spnr
Prof. Jas. E. Stoddard, son of It >bt.
J, Stoddard of Owings Station and one ,
of tho leod'.ng young oducators of the
Sia'c, at present principal of tho High
School at Liberty, Plokens county, und
M'-'s Essie Tolanl, a'l accomplished
and popular young lady ol Woodruff,
were married Thursday morning, Jan
uary 6th at the heme of Dr. and Mrs,
Hugh Ball, Fountain Inn, tho cere
mony being performed by Row C. T.
Scaife of Woodruff.
Ptof. and Mrs. S'.oddarJ went to Co
lumbia Thursday afternoon, where
they spent several days before return
ing to Liberty.
Nervous and Could Not Sleep.
Columbia, S. C, April 13, 1004. |
Dear Sirs: After a scvoro attack of
grip, l was all run down, and had no
appetite aLd was exceedingly woik,
and could not shop. I sought relief in
Dr. James' Iron Blood and Liver Tonic,
rnl the money was well invested?
never got such good returns for money
Invert cd before. Beiore I had finished
tho first bottle my appetite was goo I,
and I could rest woll at night. I can
cot say too much in pralee of Dr.
James' Iron Blood and Liver Tonic.
Tin* testimonial is unsolici'ed.
J. S. Hoc;an,
228 Marlon St.
AN INTERESTING UUDMET.
What Rambler Notes During Ilia Week
on Lauford R. F. D.
Lanford Station, R. F. D. No. 1.,
Jan, 8.?Married at the home of the
bride on tho evening of Dec. 25lh ult.,
Rev. C. B, Burn?, officiating. Miss
Maud Layton to Harlan W. Parson of
Woodruff. We wish them a long and
happy voyage through life.
The following students f-pvnt last
week at home: Miss Annie Drummond,
Limestone College; Smith J. Martin
and Clarence Burdette, South Carolina
A pound party given by Dr. J. II.
Fowler acd wife was much enjoyed by
our young people.
We wore sorry our friend Karle C.
Owens was sick during tho holidays
Hope ho will be O, K. in a few days.
0. D. Cox and family spent Sunday
with J. B, Johnson at Lanford.
O. M. Fowler and Conway Posey vis
ited Dr Cox last week.
J. B. Rhodes and family visited rela-j
lives in Spartanburg during the holi
We aro glad to say that Nannie May,
daughter of G. J. Lanford, is now able
to bo up after a long spell of typhoid
JMi s Myrtle Yeargln of Laurons at
tended a turkey dinner at C. L. Owens
Oir public schools are all doing
well. Miss Centilla Fleming is teach
ing Central; Mrs. J. O. Garrett, Leak
ville and Miss Daisy Phillips, Riddle's
WD arc sorry to say Jas. T. Riddle is
quite sick at this writing.
C B. Taylor has moved to Ed Hun
Chealey Hughes has moved to tho
Goodwin place near T. W. Cannady's. |
J. O. Garrett has finished Mr. Blake- j
ley's house at Ora ar cl is row at bom j
to tho joy of his many customors.
Joo. S. Todd and Miss Floronco
Cannady, daughter of T. W. Cdiinady
were married Tuesday, Rov. Mr. Mc
I.in of Gray Court officiating.
Our R. F. D. Carrier J. E. Johnson
gavo himself as a Christmas gift a new
mall wagon, which Is much more com
fortable these cold days. M-. Johnson
says ho loves the work and loves the
pcoplo he sorvos, and that if he has an
onemy on tho route, he don't know it.
He hopes by trying to do his duly to
continue to koep the gcod will of all
i his patrons.
Walter J. Ball and Miss I la Steven?
were married las*. Wednjsia:, Rev
Mr. Jones of Greenville offlolat'ng.
Congratulations and best wishes.
Owing to an arrangement by 0U' car
rier half of our route get Tu? ADVER
TISER the morning of publication.
C11A M I > K It LA I N 'S CO IJ G11 REM K
DY THE BEST MADE.
"In my opinion Chamberlain's Cough
Re mod y is ihc best mado for cold","
says Mrs Cor a Walknr of Perterville,
OallfO'Oia, There I* HO doubt about
Its being tho host. No Other will cure
a cold so quickly. No othor is so furo
a preventive of pneumonia. No othor
is so picasant and s ?fu to take. These
uro good reasons why it should ho pre
ferred to any othor Tho fact is that
fow pcoplo are ratislied with any Othor
after having onco used this remedy.
For tale by Laurens Drug Co. and Dr.
Bi Pi Posoy.
Wownntovory man nod women lo tho
United Btntos lot crest ed In tho euro ot
Opium, Whlakcy or othor drug habits,
oil .her for thomsolves or ft londs, to have
onoofDr. Woolloy'a hooks on those dln
easos. Write Dr. B, M. Woolloy, Atlanta,
Ma., Box 287, ami one will bo sent you free*
State of South Cai olina,
COUNTY OF LAURENS,
City of Laurens.
An Ordinance imposing a special Li
cense Tax on occupations and busi
ness prosecuted or carried on w ithin
the corporato limits of tho City of
Be It ordained by tbo City Council of
Laureus of the City of Laurobs.?
Skc. 1. That no person, Arm, com
pany or eorparatlon.shall after the first
day of January, 11)05, engage In, prose
cute, or carry on any business or pro
fession hereinafter named within tho
corporato limits of the City of Laurons,
without having llrst paid a special 11
censo tax therefor.
The amount of said spociul lioenso
tax shall be the amount, p'aced oppo
site euch occupation, business and pro
fession herein below named, and tho
said amount shall be the co.-tof said
special tax per annum, unless otherwise
Auctlouoor, per annum,. $ 15 00
" " day,. 2 00
Ball or dances, whon ad in s
sion foe is charged, per day, 1 00
Boarding houso, under llvo
boarders, per annum,. 5 00
Hoarding house, ovor livo
boarders, per annum,. 10 00
Bcof market,. 25 00
Beef or hog retailing on wag
on, each per day,. 75
Calf, mutton, shoat or kid,
each per day,. 10
Blacksm'th shop, one forge,
per annum,. ? 00
Blacksmith shop, each addi
tional forge, por annum,.... 2 00
Boot and shoo shop, per an
num, . 3 00
Boot aud shoe black, per an
num,. 2 50
Barber shop, one chair per
annum,. 5 00
Harbor shop, each additional
chair, por annum,. 2 50
Building and Loan Association
or their agents for business
done wltlnn this State, and
uot Including that done with
out tho State, per annum, . 15 00
f?ll posting, distributing and
sign tacking, per annum, ... 10 00
Bonded ware houses, each,
por annum,. 10 00
Broker, merchandise, per an
num,. 10 00
Bl 1 Hard, pool or bagatelle ta
bles, or ten pin alley, por
nnuuu,. 15 00
Billiard, pool or bagatelle ta
bles, or ten pin alley, each
additional, per annum,. 10 00
Bank, for every $1,000 capital
stock, por annum,. 1 00
Bride Yard per annum,. 10 00
Cot'on seed oil mil1, prau
num,. 100 00
Cott< n g'nnery, each gin, per
annum. 5 00
Cabinet, and general repair
shop, per annum, . 5 00
Coal, kerosene oil Company or
ngency, per annum,. 25 00
Cmdy Manufacturing, per an
num, . 5 00;
Cotton weigher, per annum, 10 0o
Dealers in wagons and other
vehicles, other than manu
facturer, per annum,. 10 00
Dealers or agents in the salo
of fertil'zers over 1,000 tons
per annum, . 20 00
Dealers or agen s of less than
1,000 tons, per annum, . 10 00
Dealers in pianos,organs, sew
ing machines, iron safes,
tomb stones or well fixtures,
per nnnum. 10 00
Dealt rs transient in soaps, jow
elry, patent medicine, or
other goods, on tho street',
\)2V day,. 10 00
Dealers In green groceries,
grown outside the county of
Laurens, the license for each
wagon, per day,. 50
Dealors in green groceries,
grown outside tho county of
Laurens on Salonlay and the
week befoie Christmas an l
Court week, each wagon, per
day. 1 00
D.igs of all kind.-, each per an
num,. 1 00 j
Dinner house, per annum. 15 00
Dentist, per annum. 10 00
Express Companle*, for busi
ness done within tho State,
r nd not including that dono
without the State, per an
num.. 25 00
Exhibition, performances or
show of any kind, the liconso
to be fixed by City Council,
except circuses tho license
shall ba por day not loss
than $100.00; nor more than
Foundry, per annum,. 10 00
Fire, lifo or accident Insur
ance Company, each having
an ngency, or doing busi
ness within the city, per an
num,. 5 00
Fresh lish. or oyster dealers,
for first three months, Janu
ary, February and March
and last three mouths, Octo
ber, November and Decom
ber,. . 2 50
Grist or Hour mills, or both,
p.-r annum,. 115 00
Hotel oach, per annum, 25 00
Harness shop, connected wbh
store or separate, per an
num, . 5 00
Horse, trader ?, transient, p?r
day,. 1 CO
Horse traders, transiont,salos
day,. ."1 00 1
Horse traders, transien', per
month, . 10 00
Hog drovers, who offer their
stock for sale, within cor
porate l'mits of city, per
day,. 1 00
Hog drovers, ec1., por month, 5 00
Icj cream, bonbons or milk
shake saloons, per nnnum, .. 2 00
b e dealers, pjr annum, 2 50
Jewelry shop, watch and clock
repairer, per annum,. 5 00
Lumberyards, per annum, 20 00
Laundry run by hand, per an
num, . 10 CO
Laundry i un by machlnory,
per annum,. 155 00
Lawyers, per annum,. 10 00
Merry go round, per day, I 50
Money Lending Shops, each
por annum. 15 00
Machine shop, por annum,. 10 00
Dawn shop, per annum,. 25 00
Printing ollico, per annum, 10 00
Photographer (r artist, per
annum,. 10 00
Photographer or artist, per
month. 5 00
Physicians, each, per annum, 10 00
Physicians, itinerants or ocu
lists, por day,. 2 00
Real estito business por an
num, . 15 00
Buch ra I road corporation for
business done, in this State
and not including that done
without, per annum, for tho
first rond -$100.00; each ad
ditional, $50.00 oach.
Soda fountain, cooncctcd with
storo or not, por annum,.. .. 11 00
Survoyor or architect, per an
num,. 5 00
Stable, feed only, per annum, 5 01)
Stable, livery only,per annum, 16 00
Stable, sa'o only, per annum, 20 00
Stock yard, per annum,. 5 00
Streot h?eir, or carriage, two
horso, per annum,. ... 0 00
Streot hack or carrlngo, one
horse,. 1 00
Street wagon or dray, two
horse, per annum, 7 ,10
Street wagon or dray, ono
horrc, per nnnum,. . 5 00
Pallor shops, or clothes clean
ing, per annum, . H 00
Tin or tinker shop,per annam, 7 50
Telegraph Co. or agency for
business dono in this State,
antl not including that done
without, por Minium, . 25 00
Telephone Company, per an
num, . 15 00
Loug diatanoe, or ugcco,;,, per
nnDUtn,. |? 00
Undertaker, per annum,. 15 00
Wood yard prr anrmn,. ."> 00
Wholo*ah< c; t. ibhsbmnntS, per
annum,. 75 00
8x0. 2. Merobants or a'l persons
firms, companies or corporations, !>>i \
log or selling nuy article of tl'.'dq or
merchandise, shall pry a licenso lax
according to the following schedu'e :
Gross hales under MOOCO p r
annum,. 3 00
Gross sales from .'!00 00 to
1,000.00. 7 50
Gross sales from 1,000.00 to
2.600.00, por annum,. 12 50
Gross salos from 2,500.00 to
0,000 00, por annum 20 00
Gross tales from (1,000.00 to
10,000.00, por annum. 110 00
Gross sales fioin 10,000.( 0 to
15,000.0.\ per annum,. 10 CO
Ou each additional 1,0(0, per
annum,. 3 00
Sko. 3. For Muy businojp, occ. paCon
or profession not enumerated In the
foregoing ic '. c. ns the l'censo shall bo
fixod by the Oily Council.
SEO. 4. Tha' all licenses Issued undi v
and by virtue (f ihh Ordinance. *? hull
bo non-irat.sfcrablc, and except license
for a day, a week or a month. Shall ter
minate and end on the 31st day of He
o?mber of the year In which they were
issued; but may b: revoked at 1111$'
time by tho City Council of said City
for satisfactory came. Except lie.-use
issued for a day. n week or a month,
annual rates eha'l ho charge 1 for all
license* issued between Jan. ! and J41 0
:>0thof or.ch year. Throo fourths anuual
rate shall bo charged for all Hoch sc
issued between Ju'y 1st an I September
31th of each year: and half year rates
shall be charged for el! licenses Issued
between Octobsr 1st mid December
31st of each yc ar.
Sec. 5. Any p r-on, firm, company
or corporation prosecuting or ongu sing
In any business, occupation or 1 rofes
s'on. or keeping any establishment
named in 1 hU Ordinance, without ibst
having pal I the specai license tux Im?
posed, sh.ill upon conviction, bo dried
not exceeding one hundred dollars, or
he imprison d no' exceeding thirty
days, u' the discretion ol tho said
Mayor, and during s'iid impris nn cut.
shall in the dis retlon of said May. r or
(.'i y Council, bo requit ed S > labor upon
the streets, h'ghways ai u other public
works of the t ity of Laurens under the
suporvisi in of said City ' lour.ell.
Sec. (>. ti10 foregoing Ordinance
shall go in'o effect immediately, und
all Ordinal oes Inconsistent herowith
Dono and ratified by the City Council
of Lauren?, of tho City of Laurens. at
the City of Lauren?, and the 0 irp irr.tc
foal of said City aUixcd h r,-U>, (his tl
20.h day of December, in the year of
our Lord ono thousand nine hundred
and four and in tho one hut.drcd and
twenty ninth jeir of (lie w:,v rcigntj
and independence of the United St! I ra
J. C owinos,
[L. *.] L. G, Hai.i.k.
NEW HO PR FOIt CONSUMPTIVES.
King's Wild Oharry im I rar, for
oougl 8, colds sad I grippe. Eve 1 for
consumption in its early ttages, this
wonderful remedy Is a t>niinc?a. Have
you a cold and COUghV Stop it cow,
Have you tightness In throat iv:id piin
in chest? Go' rid of i' row. Arc y< u
hoarse? I>o you feir br ti? Iii: [sV I) in't
wait when you can got reli tf so ( nsily.
2? c uls. T.is'.c Is good aid always
it laranteed to cure or money back, bj
Palmetto Drug Co.
1 he Auditor's olli e w it le o:>mi
from the 1st day of lanu iry to ; he 20th
day of February, 1005, to r celvo re
turns of Pe son ,1 Property and l\oa<
Estate whero any charges l ave been
made since tas return fur tixatioti In
L Ui'i ns County.
For the conven ouco of ico Taxp yc' -
tho Auditor rr h's d puty will attend
tho following numed pl?eos to iecfi\<
returns for said yoar, to wit!
Seullletown Township, Tyl rsville,
January Otb, from 10 1 ra to 2 p ill.
Jack's Townsh p. I>r. E. M S i/.lor's,
Jan . 10th. from 10 a in to :! in.
Jock's To ATI sli p, Ren no, Janu ry Ij.
from 10 a m to 2 p in.
Hunter Township, Clint r, January
12th, from 10 a m to 2 p m .
Hunter Township, Duck Voting's n -
idencc, January 13th, from 0 a 111 lo \l
Cross Hill Township, Sprlrg Grove,
January 13th, from 1 p m to I p m.
Cross Hill Township, Cro?s Hill, Jan
uary 14th, from 10 a 111 to 2 p m.
Waterloo Township, Waterloo, Jan
nary 16th, from 10 a in to 2 p 111.
Waterloo Township, .!. 1). Uulbcrt
son's Store, January 17ih, from 10 a m
to 2 p m.
Waterloo Township, Mt. Oalhghor,
January 18th, from !? a m to 12 m.
Sullivan Township, Browerton, Jan
uary lXth, from I p m to 1 p m.
Sullivan Township, Princet :?. Jan
uary 10th, from '.) a m to 12 111.
Sullivan Township, Tutnblin Shoals,
January l!)th, from 1 p m c> I 11 m.
Dial's Township, Abu r flubb, Jan
uary 20th, from 10 a 111 to 2 p in.
Dial's Township, D.D. Harris, Jau
uary 21st, from 10 a m to 2 p m.
Dial's Township, V. A. White, Jan
uary 23d, from 10 a 111 to ?-! p in .
Youngs Township, C ok'sS't ro, Jan?
uary 24th, from 10 a m to :! p m.
Youngs Towni'hlp, Youngs . lore,
January 25tb, from 10 a in to 2 p m.
Youngs Township, PJea?ant Mound,
January 20th, from !? a in lo 12 tt .
Youi cs Township, Lunfo'd Station,
January 20th, from 1 p in to I p in.
It will bsvo much llmo lo lax payers,
also greatly facilitate tho work of iho
Assessor, if every person before o-av'n/
home will inako out a comp'elo )!?;'. ol
every item of personal property in the
following ord r.
Horses, oatt le, mules, Bhcop and goa is,
hogs, organs and piano?, with 1.0?, wag
oas and carriages, dogs, m-rehuudis ?,
machinery and engines, money.-, note*
and r.ocrunts above Indol 1 dnoss tir.d
all other p-operty, Includ uj? house
it is always required that Iho Ai tu
tor got tho flrat given n mo of the
tux-pay or In full,
Under the head of "pine ot resi
dence" on tax return, give the town
All imle citVr.s be Wi i n tho l j.:cs of
iwonty one und s'xty year*, On Iho lit
of Januaryt except tho u who are in
oapable of earning a support from bo
ing maimed, or from oi her causes 0 re
doomed taxablo polls, Con fed cr. tc
And all taxpayers aro icqulrod to
give tho number of their school (l'fl
tric-.t. Tlioy arc also prqui Bled to 1 tale
whether the property i. situated in
town or country.
After llii! 20th day of bru : y n< > I,
fifty percent penalty wil. bo nttiiohcd
for failure tomakoreturn.;.
C. A. P?WTCRi
Dec. 7, 1004 if
Start 1905 with a
and make the entire
New Year a happy one.
A Buck's Stove or Range simply
can't wear out. It's built through and
through of the very highest grade ma
terial by best workmen and lasts a life
Has White Enamel lining to Oven,
Doors and Racks.
Just a Word
About Steam Fittings and
Plumbing Materials. We
have the largest and best
] valves, Packings, Pipe,
Pipe Fittings, Steam
Qu ages, Oil Cups, Bolts,
Nuts, Babbit Metals, Cap
Screws to be fount! in
Kau rens County.
Get Our Prices before You Buy
LAURLiNS, S. C.
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For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
I have for snle Succession, W.ikcficM and Ivarly Spring
Cabbage I'lauls, <;ro\vii in open air on sen coast from seeds
bought fioin the best and most reliable Seedsmen in the
United States at the following prices 1;. (). H.
Lots 1,000 to 3,000 $1.50 per M.
?? 5,ooo to io.ooo $1.25 per M.
Lots Over 1.0,000 Special Prices on Application.
SPECIAL, INDUCEMENTS TO DRAINERS.
Any information as to the cultivation of Cabbage will
bo cheerfully given on application.
S. .!. RUMPH, Adams Run, S. C.
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School Books, j?
School Supplies, |j
We have taken charge of School
Book Depository and will
keep Stock complete.
gW. W. DODSON|
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It is not necessary to remind you of
the near approach to the Holidays
when your customary Gifts must be
selected. While we'do not dictate to
you what to buy we suggest a few
Miscellaneous Articles that bear the
Stamp of Utility:
A pair of large White Wool Blankets.
A nice Marseilles Counterpane.
A handsome Linen Damask Table Cloth
with a dozen Napkins and Towels.
If the above Articles are not consistent
with your ideas, then a good SILK DRKSS
in fancy or plain Black, and a Cloth Wrap of
Latest Styles. You say none of these
Then a pair of Kid Gloves.
A Dozen nice Handkerchiefs
Or a Silk Umbrella either for
Sunshine or Shower, at
W. G. WILSON & CO.
Ol'' tue ^
lBth( Ihlng which purifies the Wood
and makes iho digestion what ?t
ou&ht to l)c?tl?.t
Under itn use the entire uystein i.
kept in perfect condition- the
becomes firm. smooth and clear.
Try it thoroughly and you w'll hud
it SUCCOfiSful jjQjjj ?V
Laurens Drug Co.
W. Y. BOYD,
Attorney at Law.
Will practice. In all State Cour!.?.
Prompt attention Riven to all busincfs.
Money to Loan
On Improved farms, Inaunnof S800.CO
and upward, at 'I \ or cent, and 8 per
cent. Interest, repayablo In easy annual
InStalllUOnta. No commission. The
borrower Pimply piys a reasonable ex
pense of negotiating tho loan.
0 I). Barksdalr,
W. Y. Hoyi),
A'toniivs, T/a'irons, s, c.
Call on YV. Y. Boyd. 10 I3t