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Beautiful Home Wedding at Cross Hill.
New Pastor Installed.
Cross Hill, May 8th. ? Mr. and
Mrs. j, T. Spears left Sunday after
noon for Union.
Dr. W. S. Bean stayed over after
the installation service on Saturday of
Hev. James Bradley and preached Sun
Mr. J. R. Todd visited in town Sun
Mrs. Thomas McCuen of Helton is
visiting relatives in town.
Dr. L. H. Russell of Greenwood spent
from Wednesday until Friday here.
Dr. J. H. Miller, who has been at
Hot Springs for treatment, was called
home Thursday by the serious illness of
his mother, Mrs. Mary T. Miller.
Mrs. L. F. meSwain of Clinton cutae
today and will stay until after the re
ception to be given Mr. and Mrs. J, J.
MeSwain at his mother's, next Fri
Mr. Hugh Pin)n will spend tomorrow
The marriage of Miss Ada Hollings
worth and Mr. Guy Stone of Laurens
took place at the home of the bride,
Wednesday, May 3rd at 3 o'clock, the
Rev. James Bradley, officiating, At the
opening strains of Lohengrin's Wed
ding March, which was rendered by
Miss Lizzie Carter, Misses Theresa
Crisp and Myrtle Dennis took their
places. Then came the bride leaning
on the arm of the groom and the sol
emn words were spoken which make
the twain one. The bride wore a white
crepe de chine dress and carried a bou
quet of lilies of the valley and maiden
hair ferns. The groom wore the con
ventional black suit. Immediately af
ter tlie ceremony the bridal party left
for Laurens, their future home, where
a reception was given them by Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Stone.
Meeting of Camp Gariington.
At a meeting of Camp Garlington, U.
C. V. held on Saturday all of the old
officers of the Camp were reelected.
Col. T. B. Crews, J. S. Cunningham
and Geo. F. Little were elected dele
gales and T. J. Duekett. John U. Fin
ley and Robt. B. King alternates to re
present the Camp at the Reunion at
Louisville in June and Miss Lillian Irby
was elected Sponsor.
J. S. Cunningham, J. Rowland Willis
and Dr. J. T. Poole were elected dele
gates and J. P. Caldwell, R. H. Young
and J. T. Langston alternates to repre
sent the Camp at the State Reunion,
and Miss Stella Mock was ?lected Spon
J. R. Pinley, C. P. Martin and T. J.
Duekett were appointed a Committee
to visit Comrade G. W. Monroe.
The attendance at the meeting was
unusually large and of much interest.
The Card Club Entertained.
Miss Bertha Wells entertained the
Euchre Club most delightfully on last
Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Dial Gray. A number of members
were out of town but though only twelve
wore present the game was a very ani
mated one and the afternoon passed all
too quickly. The score cards were de
corated in green and very dainty, the
refreshments, strawberries, chocolate
ice cream and cakes, delicious and beau
The guests were Mesdams A. D. Gray
R. Fleming Jones, C. E. Clary, W. H.
Anderson, Claude Fuller, W. H. Wash
ington, W. C. Irby Jr., Misses Mame
Ferguson, Alma Shell, Lillier Stevens,
Hellen Goggans and Emmie Meng.
The next, entertainment for the Club
will be given by Mi3s Alma Shell.
To Meet In Laurens.
At the State Convention of the Kings
Daughters held in Charleston last week
Mrs Samuel Saxon was elected a mem
ber of the executive Committee. The
next meeting of the convention is to
be in Laurens.
Son Lost Mother.
"Consumption runs in our family,
and through it I lost my mother," writes
E. B. ReTd, of Harmony, Me. "For
the past five years, however on the
slightest sign of a Cough or Cold I have
taken Dr. Kings New Discovery for
Consumption which has saved me from
serious lung trouble." His mother's
death was a sad loss for Mr. Reid, but
he learned that lung trouble must not
be neglected, and how to cure it. Quick
est relief and cure for coughs and colds'
Price 50 cts. and $1.00; guaranteed at
Palmetto and Laurens Drugstore. Trial
May is the month for bargains at,
Davis, Roper & Co.
S. M. & E. II. Wilkes & Co.
Alma, S. C.
May 2nd, 1905.
The Bucks Cooking Stove
I purchased from you last December is
giving entire satisfaction, it has proved
what you recomended in every respect.
W. B. Pitts.
We now have on our sample floor a
line of Solid Oak Chiffoniers beautifully
finished with French plated Mirrors at
prices that will be to your interest to
Bee our line before you buy.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
We have a beautiful line of Go-Carts
with different colors of upholstery equi
ped with rubber tires and breakes, we
will tak< pleasure In showing you our
line at any time.
S. M. & E. H. Wdkes & Co.
What about a Refrigerator? If you
are going to buy one remember the
Alaska which has been thoroughly tested
and has given perfect satisfaction. Sold
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Don't buy an lee ('ream Freezer or
Water Cooler before you see our line.
S. M. <fc E. II. Wilkes & Co.
A (iood Suggestion.
Mr. C. B. Wainwright of Lemon city
Pia,.has written the manufacturers that
much better results are obtained from
the use of Chamberlains Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy in cases of pains
in the stomach, colic and cholera mor
bus by taking it in water as hot as can
be drank. That when taken in this way
the effect is double in rapidity. "It
Booms to get at the right spot instant
ly," he says. For sale by Laurens
Drug Co. and Dr. B. F. Posey.
fleargth? _^Ito Kind You Haw Afwajfg
PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE.
Mr. Andrew Jerry of Maddens was in
town on Saturday.
Mr. Robt. Donnon of Tylcrsville was
In the city last week.
Mr. Jim Sloan of the Pell View sec
tion was in the city last week.
Mr. F. C. Vaughn of Cross Anchor
was in the city on Saturday.
Mrs. E. W. Wilborn of Enoree vis
ited Mrs. Matthe Bobo last week.
Mr. J. Ross Dorroh of Gray Court
was in the city on Saturday.
Mr. T. H. Henderson of Barksdale
called on Two ADVERTISER last week.
Mr. Otto Garrett of the Warrior
Creek section was in town last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Owings of Cross
Anchor were in the city Saturday.
Mr. Jessie Fuller of Belle View was
in town last week.
Mr. J. H. Cunningham of Lanford
was in the city last week on business.
Mr. Maxie Patterson of Lanford was
in town last week.
Mr. Jonah Taylor of Woodruff was
in the city on Wednesday.
Miss Eva Tinsley of Cross Anchor
was shopping in the city on Thursday.
Miss Josephine Moore of Waterloo
was shopping in the city on Thursday.
Mr. Matthew McPherson of Waterloo
was in town last week.
Mr. Ike Willis of Rapley was in the
city on Thursday.
Mr. James Roper of Tumbling Shoals
was in town on Thursday.
Mr. William Walker of Waterloo Was
in town Friday.
Mr. G. B. Taylor of Princeton was
among the city's visitors last week.
Messrs. Billie and Benj. Hannah of
Hillsville were in the city last week.
Mr. G. J. Lanford of Lanford Sta
tion was in the city on Friday.
Mr. J. R. McDaniel of Ekom was in
town on Friday.
Mrs. J. A. Madden of Maddens vis
ited the city last week.
Miss Emma Blakeley of Tylcrsville
was in the city shopping last week.
Mr. Lafayette Willis of Gray Court
was in the city last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Davis of Mt.
Bethel were in the city Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wood of Mt. Bethel
were in the city Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Walker of
Princeton were among the city's visi
tors last week.
Mr. Eugene Mitchell of the Poplar
Springs community was in town last
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Cheek and
daughter, Miss Nettie, of Alma, were
in the city on Friday.
Mr. Robt. Glenn and Miss Amanda
Glenn of Philsons were in the city last
Misses Ella and Alma Peterson of
Tylcrsville were shopping in the city
Mrs. Jno. B. Ferguson ami Mrs. IL
P. Ferguson of Ciinton were shopping
in the city Saturday.
Mr. Frank Weathers and Mr. Floyd
Weathers of Barksdale was in the city
Miss Dorcas Calmes, who has been
teaching in the Graded Schools at Al
bermarle, N. C., the past session re
turned to Laurens Friday.
Mrs. L. A. Merriman of Princeton,
who went to Atlanta some days ago to
consult an eye specialist, underwent a
successful operation and will he able to
return in a few days.
Mr. W. L. Taylor and Mr. W. D.
Byrd left on Thursday for Johns Hop
kins Hospital in Baltimore. Mr. Tay
lor will submit to an operation for
appendicitis and Mr. Byrd will have the
tumor on his forehead removed, neither
of the operations are re- .rded serious.
Mr. AkCravy Rcnppointcd.
Mr. Chas. W. McCravy left for Bal
timore on Saturday where he will under
go a treatment in Johns Hopkins Hos
pital. Mr. McCravy will return about
Sep. 1st. in order to begin his work as
Cotton ginners census reporter for this
Mr. McCravy's work has given entire
satisfaction to the Department during
the past year and his friend:; will be
glad to learn that he has been t eap
pointcd at an increase in salary
Dr. hughes Goes to Baltimore.
Dr. IL E. Hughes left last week for
Johns Hopkins Hospital where he will
undergo an examination and possible
treatment. The time of Dr. Hughes
absence from the city is not definitively
ascertained, he will return as soon as
his health will permit, which may I? a
month or possibly longer. lie has had
an unusually hard winter both on ac
count of the severity of the weather
and the amount of work ho had to do;
and besides the continued illnesses in
his own family have operated against
him. We hope for his speedy recovery
Why Suffer From Rheumatism?
Why suffer from rheumatism when
one application of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm will relieve the pain'.' The quick
relief which this liniment affords makes
rest and sleep possible, and that alone
is worth many times its cost. Many
who have used it hoping only for a short
relief from suffering have been happily
surprised to find that after awhile the
relief became permanent. Mrs. V. II.
Leggett of Yum Yum, Tennessee, II.
S. A., writes. "I am a great .utl'eiei
from rheumatism, all over from head
to foot, and Chamberlain's Pain Bahn
is the only thing that will relieve the
pain." I*or sale by Laurens Drug Co.
and Dr. B. F. Pose v.
Laurens Training Valuable.
Probably Grover Cleveland has spent
more of his life in South Carolina than
has any man who has been President ex
cept Andrew Johnson, who lived a year
in Laurens. By the way, it was that
year of early manhood spent in Laurens
that fitted Johnson for the presidency.
?News and Courier.
A Letter From China.
The following letter addressed to his
sisters has been received from the Rev.
Homer Owings, who recently went to
China to engage in mission work:
Macao, China, March I, '06
Dear Sisters: i write you all this
week as Brother Todd is going to Hong
Kong Friday and mail leaves there Sat
urday for home, so I send all of you a
letter by this mail. I suppose that you
received the letters I sent from Shang
hai, China, and other ports. Friday
nighe, March the 8rd, one month ago, I
arrived in Macao. 1 have been well
since 1 have been here and well con
tented. I feel very much at home here.
Have plenty to eat. We have plenty
of rice and tea of course. Beef, mut
ton, chickens, fresh fish in abundance;
butter, sweet milk. Wo got butter and
milk from Australia. We have oranges,
bananas and other fruits -no apples.
Sweet potatoes, Irish potatoes, cab
We have some vegetables and some
fruits that you don't have in the States.
We have had cold, cloudy weather since
I have been here. The sun has shone
part of three days in about seven
weeks. We had lire four or live days.
We have no freezing weather no
frost. But the moisture in the atmos
phere makes the cold thai we do have
hurt worse than the cold weather in the
States. The cold air seems to go right
1 like Macao better than 1 thought I
would. It is not so filthy as other
ports of China. The Portugese have
spent a good deal of money on this
place. Some of the streets have side
walks. Part of this city is very pretty.
About two weeks ago we went to
Canton, about 00 miles from Macaw ;?.
attend the Association of the Baptists
of Southern China. We were enter
tained by the missionaries of the Board. 1
They treated us very kindly. I went j
to the Association once. All the speak
ing was done in Chinese. 1 couldn't un
derstand, so 1 didn't go back. The As- |
sociation raised $750.00 for the work in I
Southern China. Most of this was!
raised by the native Christians. Does
Missions pay? On Saturday after
noon we attended the dedication of the
new Presbyterian Church. There we
saw an audience of about l,000natives?
all Christians or in sympathy. It was
a wonderful sight. 1 praised Cod and
On Monday after Association we se
cured the services of a guide and four
Sedan chairs to ride in and we went
through Canton sight-seeing. The Se
dan chair is a chair attached to two
poles and carried by two or three men
on their shoulders. We had three men
to each chair. A stranger can't lind his
way thoough Canton alone the streets
are so very narrow and so very crooked.
They make the streets crooked so as to
fool the devil make him lose his way.
I stood in the middle of some of the
principal streets and could almost
touch the walls of the stores on each
side. All the streets will average
about as wide, probably a little wider,
than the sidewalks in Honen Path.
Man is the only beast of burden that
We visited several temples, saw the
heathen worshipping idols of brass. In
one temple were 5(H) gods. In an
other were 60 gods one god for every
year old a person is, to GO years. A 10
year old person will worship a 10 year
old god, etc.
We visited the City of the Dead.
Here they have rooms which they rent
to the wealthy Chinese for them to
place their deceased relatives in, instead
of burying them. When one of their
family dies, he or she, is put in a cof
fin and brought to the City of the Dead
and placed in one of these rooms. They
pay from $25.00 to $40.00 rent for the
first month and $2.00 to $4.00 monthly
afterwards and hire a cooley to keep
tea and cakes in a room on a table,
supposing to feed the spirit of the de
ceased. The dead remain here for 10,
15 or more years. A cooley is a labor
ing person, man or woman.
We visited two pagodas. These are
high towers, built for the purpose of
bringing luck to the place. We rested
and had tea and cakes in the 5th or top
story of one of them. The other one
was nine stories high. Then we visited
the Temple of Horrors or the Bud
dhists hell. According to their idea of
hell, they have in this place figures cut
out of stone which represent different
kinds of punishment in hell one person
in a tub of boiling oil, some turning in
to sheep and calves, some beheaded,
some being sawed open from head to
fool. On sides are seen people (all fig
ures of course) descending into hell.
While just in front of these doors are
numbers of fortune tellers and gam
blers. No idea of sin in the true sense.
Wo went to see the old water clock.
This clock was on the Chinese wall 200
years before Christ. These are the
most important place;.
1 saw quite Ji number of meat mark
ets. In one I saw a dog dressed ready
for sale. In another were some rats..
I did not see them. But they really
eat dogs, cats and rats. A Chinaman
on the street of Macao told Mrs. Todd
that a cat is much belter than chicken,
Canton has a population of about two
million people. Of those, fifty thousand
or more, live in boats on the river
around the cityT Thoy are born, live
and die on these boats. My! My!! how
filthy the whole Chinese part of (he
oliv jo i
. ..J ....
I went through some of the strcots
about 10 o'clock at night. How dismal
and lonely! Men Bleeping on benches
in tho streets. One old woman lives in
the corner of a street with an old um
brella for her only covering or shelter.
Mrs. Todd'a cook went away yester
day so we went to a Chinese restau
rant for dinner, We carried one of our
teachers along to tell us what to eat.
We ale with chop slicks. It was my
first oxporionce with chop sticks. I
could not use them very well. I ale a
hearty dinner. You would have laughed
heartily if you could have seen us using
(hose sticks. Watermelon seed was the
first course. Then parched almonds.
Then meats, (fish and birds and eggs)
and rice. No bread at all.
The Chinese have no bread like ours.
A basin of warm water was. brought in
for US to bathe face and hands in after
eating. Wc were told that they
charged extra for this.
Well, I can't to)I all. Wish I could.
How sad is the condition of this people.
How they need a Saviour. Sunday is no
more to them than any other day.
They work 7 days in the week. I havo
been tempted to buy something as I
would walk along the streets on Sun
day, forgetting that it was Sunday. 1
havo always thought in time to save
myself. If the people at home could
see. The condition of China can't be
written, so Unit the Christians in the
States can conceive of it.
Sawdust and Milk.
Collier's for April 29 quotes a profes
sor at the Tuskegee Agricultural Ex
periment Station as saying: "1 have
here seven samples of bran. To most of
you they look alike. The price paid for
each was probably about $22 a ton, and
yet one sample is nearly half sawdust.
If you want sawdust with your bran,
we can give it to you at much less than
$22 a ton. You wonder why your cat
tle are not satisfied with the food, why
they fail iu yield the milk and butter
which you have a right to expect.
Here is the reason." Another sample,
according to Collier's, "contained a
large proportion of ground corncob.
As corncob and sawdust happen to be
less nourishing than bran to an ordin
ary cow, this device for making profit
may turn the scale against a farmer
just enough to deprive him of his liv
ing. Some people object to the crusade
now being worked up against adul
terated food, on two grounds. It often
happens, they say, that adulterants are
as wholesome as the originals whose
understudies they become. If so, noth
ing is perpetrated worse than fraud.
Often, however, sawdust is fed to cat
tle, women or men, proving uncongen
ial. Again, these objectors allege that
all the talk about adulteration gives
them indigestion, lakes away their ap
petites, and iias a bad effect on busi
ness. A bad effect on certain lines of
business is what is wanted. The injury
to appetite and peace of mind is a con
dition precedent to improvement. When
we worry enough to introduce the ap
parently rare feature known as com
mon honesty into the business of sell
ing food, we can go back to tranquil
meals; and for most stomachs it will
probably be better in the end, to be
peaceful over food than peaceful over
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy The Very
"1 have been using Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy ami want to say it is the
best cough medicine I have ever taken"
says Ceo. L. Chubb, a merchant of Har
lan, Mich. There is no question about
its being the best, as it will cure a cold
or cough in less time than any other
treatment. It should always be kept
in the house ready for instant use, for
a cold can be cured in much less time
when promptly treated. For sale by
Laurens Drug Co. and Dr. B. P, Posey.
THE CLASS OF MIGRANTS WANTED.
Commissioner Watson Has Opened an
Office iu New York?Goes to Europe.
E. J. Watson, commissioner of agri
culture, commence and immigration of
the State of South Carolina, has been
in the city for several weeks in connec
tion with the work of his department.
"We are going to get immigrants of
the best sort into South Carolina." he
said yesterday, "and we are setting
about the work systematically. I have
opened an office in this city at 16 Broad
street, and it will be permanent. Ray
mond L. (IriHiss president of the South
ern Immigration society, will have
charge of it. We are preparing to send
agents to all the north Europe coun
tries and within a few weeks five or six
of them will be either over there or on
the ocean going.
"1 expect to go over to Europe on
the sane errand myself before the sum
mer is over. We want the best class
of immigrants in South Carolina and
we are going to have them if they are
to be had. -New York Sun
CATARRtlAI. TROUBLES PREVALENT.
Spring Months Cause Sickness?-Breathe
Hyomei and Be Cured of Catarrh,
Catarrhal troubles are more common
at this season than at any other
time of the year. The sudden changes
that come during the spring months are
productive of many cases of catarrh
that without proper treatment will be
The pleasantcst, most convenient,
and only scientific method for the treat
ment and cure of catarrh is Hyomei.
Simply put twenty drops in the little
pocket inhaler that comes with every
outfit, and then breathe it for three
minutes four times a day.
No dangerous drugs or alcoholic con
coctions are taken into the system
when Hyomei is used. Breathed through
the inhaler, the balsamic fragrance of |
Hyomei penetrates to the most remote
e lls of the nose and throat, and thus
kills tho catarrhal germs, heals the ir
ritated mucous membrane, and gives
complete and permanent cure.
Thousands of testimonials have been
given as to the astonishing cures made
by this remedy. .1. S. Nugent, treasu
rer of the New York Life Insurance
Company writes: "Hyomei has com
pletely cured my daughter of catarrh,
from which she has been a sufferer for
The complete Hyomei outfit costs but
one dollar, and as the inhaler will last
a lifetime and tin re is sufficient Hyo
mei for several weeks' treatment it is
the most economical catarrhal remedy
known. Extra bottles can de procured
for fifty cents. AsK The Laurens Drug
i Co. to show you the strong guarantee
under which they sell Hyomei.
Private Life Tempts.
Tho Orangeburg I imos and Democrat!
says: "Rather than have; any hard
feeling among the numerous gentlemen
who want to be Governor why not give
Gov. Hoyward a third term? He has
made a record in the office that those
who first elected him have a right to be
proud of." Simultaneously the Laur
ens Advertiser makes like suggestion
of a third term. These kind expressions
are doubtless appreciated by the gover
nor, but we are mistaken if from the
warm sunshine of office tho COol seques
tered shade of private life i^ not as
tempting to him as the oasis to the trav
eler crossing the hot sands. The public
trust of an ollice loa conscientious gen
tleman is a serious responsibility.?Col
WANTED YOU to list your property
for sale or rent with M. L. Copoland.
Bear? th? ^ Kind Ymi llavn Always Coti;
Just a few Dollars invested in our
store these days will bring you an
immense amount of comfort when
the real hot weather starts in. - -
You'll Find Our Prices On
Ice Cream Freezers, Ice Crearn China
ware, Refrigerators, Ice Boxes,
the fairest in the world and our Stock to select from the
A PLACE TO SAVE THE PENNIES
Ladies When Qoingto the Post Office
Would do Well to Drop In.
Block Tin Pails
The most convenient thing
on record, Mrs. Pott's Irons
Large fine Steel Hand Saw ... - " ?
Candies of all sorts the cheapest in Town.
Colognes, Face and HairTonics the finest in town- not
Socks, the best I've ever seen, 5 cts per pair; Towels
splendid, large, 7 1 = 2 per pair; Good Garden
Rakes 14 cts; Str ong Washboards 9 cts;
Clothes Pins 1 cent per dozen;
Collar Pads 25 cents.
I Fine Hair
for fixing and
Brushes | willow
Kennedy's Racket Store
Next to Post Office.
W. Q. Wilson & Co.
Opens T his Week
Another Shipment of Printed Muslins in
Indian, Persian and Meiveri/.etl Goods in
Table Damasks from Irish looms made of pure
flax, warranted to give satisfactory wear.
Oriental, Val and Toa-chon Laces, Edgings and
Insertions in Hamburg,. Nainsook and Swiss,
Shades and Widths at
W. G. Wilson & Co.
We lead and others follow in
and Refreshments for the "Good Old
Dodson's Drug Store
The Bank of Laurens
Laurens, S. C,
ESTABLISHED NOVEMBER, 1895
Capital . $50,000
Surplus . sic.(ion
Money in a strong hank is better
than government bonds, because
it earns more and is quite as
safe. This bank allows interest
in its savings department at Pour
percent, per annum, compounded
M\f'' X'u%^ ! January and July. Us ample
% % \0 V'AV'! capital and surplus and careful
.Afp i ? conservative management affords
j .... XI absolute safety.
Deposits received from one
(). B. SIMMONS, President.
J. J. Pluss,
VV. P. Caine,
ASS I. CASMIHR.
Don't Let Your
HORSES AND MULES
Get Poor and Boney!
Give Each One a Bottle of
White's Purgative Medicine,
This puts them in good or
der to get the full benefit of
White's Worm and Condition Powders
Continue the Powders for eight days and you will bo
astonished at the results. Follow directions
on the packages.
White's Colic and Kidney Cure!
The Great Combination Kidney and Colic Remedy for Stock,
Directions on Package.
White's Black Liniment!
The only absolutely perfectly balanced sub-cutaneous
counter irritant. Especially recommended for
the human family. Pine for Stock also.
25 and 50 cents sixes.
Dodson's Drug- Store.
OIL CLIFTON JON US
OFFICE IN SIMMONS BUILDING
Phone: Office No. 8G; Residence 21!).
C. N. \ I.. Railroad
Schedule in eifert Novemher
No, 63 No. ?l
Pnsflongor .\lix<-<l es
Simpson, Cooper & Bobb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice In all State Courts.
Prompt attention Riven to all buslnoi I.
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