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COTTON 14110 WE US
Movement Set on Foot (or the Purpose
of Increasing Membership of County
and Township Associations.
Laurens, S. C. Nov. 4,?The Laur
ens County-Cotton Growers Association
met in the Conrt House to-day.
In the absence of the President Vice
President Dr. W. C. Irby presided.
The following resolutions written by
O. G. Thompson and introduced by C.
A. Power were unanimously adopted.
Resolved. That it is the sense of
this Association that the Southern Cot
ton Association should use its efforts
and influence to secure if practicable
uniform legislation throughout the Cot
ton producing States requiring sworn
monthly, or semi-monthly reports by
ginners giving the number of each bale
of cotton ginned, such reports to be
forwarded to the secretary of the State
Cotton Associations respectively and
that the secretary of each State Asso
ciation be required to consolidate such
reports and forward to the secretary of
the Southern Cotton Association.
Tho question of how to get the peo
ple interested and to take part in this
organization came up for discussion.
Almost every man present expressed
a strong belief that, a more thorough
organization is needed is this county.
A resolution was then passed to ap
point a committee in each Township to
make an earnest effort to have their
respective Townships thoroughly or
ganized and to secure the interest of
every person possible.
The Townships are called to meet on
the first Saturday in December.
The following constitute the above
Laurens?Dr. W. C. Irby, Jno. F.
Bolt, Jno. R. Finley, W. F. Bailey.
Dial?George Dorroh, W. S. Power,
Youngs?A. J. Martin, W. P. Harris,
John Sloan, W. II. Drummond.
Scuffletown-O. P. Goodwin, J. P.
Dillard, W. M. Myers, A. Y. Thompson.
Jacks-J. C. McMillan, P. M. Pitts,
J. Andy Jones, T. M. Adair.
Hunter -R. P. Adair, Geo. C. Hop
kins, Laurens Boyd, A. C. Workman.
Cross Hill-M. T. Simpson, W. B.
Fuller, W. P. Turner, G. M. Hannah.
Waterloo-J. H. Wharton, G. W.
Culbertson, G. Marion Moore, Austin
Sullivan?T. Mac. Roper, W. C. Deck,
Enoch Mitchell, R. D. Doyd.
The Association adjourned to meet on
the Second Saturday in December.
B. Y. culbertson,
L. & M. Paint. Lead and zinc non
chalkable. Wears and covers like gold.
Sold ?>y W. L. Boyd, Laurens, S. (J.
Tylersvillc, Nov. 6.? Mr. and Mrs.
Press Suber returned to their home in
Abbeville, Tuesday, after a visit to Mr.
and Mra. D. M. Sandors.
Miss Ella Peterson will leave Friday
for her school at White Stone.
Mr. James Kennedy visited Mr. A. E.
Miss Ethel Powers and brother visited
Mr. J. H. Powers Sunday.
Miss Janie Brown visited her aunt,
Mrs. G. F. Moseley, Sunday.
Mr. Oscar Goodman and family visited
at Mr. Bill Donnan's last Tuesday.
The young people enjoyed themselves
at Dr. Moseley's last Wednesday even
ing at an "Old Maid" party.
Mr. Arthur Little and Miss May Lit
tle of Clinton, visited at Mr. T. J. Lit
Mrs. D. M. Sanders, Miss Pearl San
ders and Miss Eliza McDill were shop
ping in Laurens during the past week.
SIMPLE REMEDY FOR CATARRH.
Just Breathe Hyomei Pour Times a Day
and Be Cured.
If a few years ago someone had said
you can cure catarrh by breathing air
charged with a healing balsam, the.
idea would have been ridiculed,' and it
remained for that eminent investigator,
R. T. Booth, to discover in Hyomei this
method of cure.
Hyomei has performed almost mir
aculous cures of catarrh, and is today
recognized by leading members of the
medtcal profession as the only adver
tised remedy that can be relica upon to
do just \\ hat it claims. The complete
outfit of Hyomei costs $1.00 and con
sists of an inhaler, a medicine dropper,
and a bottle of Hyomei.
Breathe Hyomei through the inhaler
for a few minutes four times a day,and
it will cure the worst cases of catarrh.
It soothes and heals the mucous mem
brane of tho air passages, prevents ir
ritation and effects a complete and last
In Laurens there are scores of well
known people who have been cured of
catarrh by Hyomei. If it does not cure
you, the Laurens Drug Company will
return the money you pay for Hyomei.
This is the strongest evidence that can
be offered as to their faith in the
L. & M. Paint cost only $1.20 a gal
loi Seven gallons paints a moderate
size houje. Sold by W. L, Boyd, Lau
rens, S. C. I4-13t.
Notice to Clean Streams.
All Landowners in Laurens County
are hereby given notice that all streams
running through or adjacent to their
lands must be cleaned out by the last
day of December, next after date, as
provided by law, or said streams will be
cleaned at their expense.
Done at Laurens C. II. this 7th day
'of November, A. D. 1905.
H. B. Humbert,
3t. Supervisor Laurens Co.
Dots from Pea Ridge.
Farmers are almost through picking
cotton and are selling it almost as soon
as it is picked.
The Oak Grove School is in a flour
ishing condition under the management
of Miss Mattic Tarrant.
Several people from this neighbor
hood attended the Chrysanthemum
Fair at Laurens last Thursday.
Miss Lena Cunningham, one of our
most charming young ladies is at Lau
rens clerking at The Hub.
Miss Lidie Blakely of Clinton visited
relatives and friends in this neighbor
hood last week.
Miss Mary Larvin visited friends at
Clinton last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sloan visited reia
tp/es in Clinton last week.
Misses Liza Mulone and Lona Cun
ningham worshiped at Hurricane Fifth
Etchings Prom Ekom.
Ekom, Nov. 7.?The weather has been
fine and most of the crops have been
gathered in splendid condition.
The children, grandchildren and
neighbors, all carrying well filled bask
ets, met at the home of Mrs. Jane
Cooper on Thursday and celebrated her
77th birthday. "Aunt Jane" as she is
affectionately called by every one, has
been blind for a number of years and
her health is not at all good. She
seemed to enjoy the day very much and
those who spent the day with her were
happy in making the occasion pleasant
for "Aunt Jane."
Miss Myrtie Culbertson has taken
charge of her school at Mt. Gallagher.
Miss Pearl Culbertson is visiting
friends at Wares Shoals.
Little Miss Sarah Cooper of the Mt.
Olive section is spending awhile with
her aunt, Mrs. A. R. Thome.
Misses Carl Culbertson, Grovcr Hill,
Earl and Eugene Elmore visited at Ab
beville nnd Hodges last week.
Special Notice.?Mrs. Mary W.
('arter, representing the Aluminum
Cooking Utensil Company of Pittsburg.
Pa., is in Laurens for a short time and
will be glad for the ladies of the county
to call and examine the ware. The
Aluminum Utensil Company make 100
different kinds of cooking utensils.
FOR SALE: ?10 yoke choice oxens
well broke 3 to 5 years old. Weight
1700 to 2000 lbs. per yoke, will sellat
a bargain. T. D. Huntkr,
14-2t Simpsonville, S. C.
NOTICE: ?All persons art hereby
forbidden to trespass in any way oil
lands in my charge.
14 ?It J. W. Edwards.
W. P. CAINE J. S. CAMPBELL J. H. MOORMAN
Caine & Moorman
A NEW AND UP-TO-DATE
and JEWELRY Store
Before Buying Your Furniture and Jewelry call to see us and we will
give you such Bargains that it will make you
Feel Qood All Over.
We have Suits of Furniture at 20.00, 30.00, 40.00, $45.00,
$70.00, $85.00 and $110.00 per suit.
Sideboards 12.00, 15.00, 16.00, 18.00,30.00 and $45.00.
Hat Racks 8.50, 10.00, 11.50, 15.00, 22.00 and $30.00.
Dining Chairs 5.50, 6.00 and $12.00 per set.
Dining Tables 5.00, 6.00, 7.00 and $9.00.
Tables from 85cts to $12.00 per table.
Mattresses, Mattings, China Sets, China Closets,
Toilet Sets, Table Covers, Rugs, Baby (jo-carts
and Anything You Need for Your Home. - - - -
We have the Finest Cut Glass ever brought to Laurens. Call and
ask for prices. Jewelry of all kinds. Your Watch repaired and guar
anteed for one year.
Caine & Moorman
Next Door to Kennedy Bros.
Laurens, South Carolina
COMING ON ITS OWN TRAIN!
? THE QREAT ======
Van Amburg Shows,
Circus, Museum and Menagerie
WILL POSITIVELY EXHIBIT AT
jLAURENS, FRIDAY, NOV. 10th.
Combined on a scale of Magnitude never attempted before. Coming in all its
vast entirety. Bigger, Better, Greater, Grander than ever before. A MAG
NIFICENT DISPLAY OF ENTIRELY NEW FEATURES. Grand, Gigantic,
Moral Museum of Marvels. The Great New Golden Menagerie.
MANY STRANGE ZOOLOGICAL SPECIMENS.
Including the Rarest Animals in Captivity. The Lioness, QUEEN, and her fam
ily of young cubs. A $25,000 FEATURE-the largest living HIPPOPOTAMUS
in captivity, weighing 6,000 pounds. A MONSTER BLOOD-SWEATING BE
HEMOTH, of Holy Writ. Captured in the densest Morass of the wildest regions
of the mysterious Itiver Nile.
A ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN.
Brought to your city, THE HUMAN METEOR, the LaPearl Family of Sensa
tional Aerialists. Hagihar's Japanese Troupe, M?ns. Carlosa, the perpendicular
WHELERS MARINE BAND.
The finest Musical Organization traveling with any Circus in America.
GRAND STREET PAGEANT.
The new and costly Steam Piano to be seen daily in our Free Spectacular New
Street Parade. A Grand Gala Day. Prepare for the coming event. One ticket
admits to all advertised shows. All Children Half Price. NO GAMBLING or
Swindling allowed. Honest and Fair Dealing the motto of this vast concern.
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY.
DOORS OPEN AT 1 AND 7 P. M.
REMEMBER THE DAY AND,
LAURENS, FRIDAY, NOV. 10TB.
DAVIS, ROPER & COMPANY'S
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Mr. Davis is now in New York picking up the good things in odd lots of Clothing, Gents' Furnishings, Cloaks and many things that he can find in Staple Merchandise that the big Jobbers are Closing
Out. Now is your time and this is an opportunity that you cannot afford to miss. We have already received by Express the biggest shipment of Clothing ever received by Express by any merchant in
this section of the State. Don't fail to come to see us. We have in this shipment the greatest line of values you have ever seen and if you come now you can find what you want at the biggest saving
that it has ever been your good fortune to meet with. Cheap Suits, medium priced Suits and Fine Suits; Cheap Cloaks, medium priced Cloaks and Fine Cloaks. All at big Money-saving Prices for You.
Gents' Clothing and Shoe Department!
This Week We Offer a Fine
Just received from our best
manufacturers of Clothing in
United States a big lot of Men's
Overcoats and Raincoats. In
8every one you will see the skill
ful touch of master-workman
% ship and expert tailoring, while
& the style and fit excell anything
9? we have ever seen. Come in
Ik and slip one on. A new line of
? Fall Suits, too, at the same
B price ($15.00). These are very
|? special values ? suits ordinarily
sold for considerably more,
g Other specials at $12, $18 and
^ $20, that you would have to
pay several dollars more for,
elsewhere. Let us show them
to you-TO-DAY. : : : :
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Fine ?Cloih es Makers
BALTIMORE NEW YORK.
?our stoc k ik:
All Shoes at old prices!
All bought before the
Advance in Price.
Money saved by buying
your Shoes here.
If you want to save
money and get the
best don't fail to
come to see
Standard Drills in short lengths worth 8 cents every
where. Our price 61 cents.
Extra good, yard wide, Sea Island; Worth every
where 1\ cents. Our price 6J cents.
52-inch Broadcloth in the best quality to be had for
36-inch black Taffeta Silk the kind that sells for $1.00
everywhere. Our special price 89 cents.
36-inch guaranteed black Taffeta Silk, the $1.25 kind.
Our price $1.00.
We have the greatest line of value in beautiful black
Dress Goods that we have ever shown you. Should see
before buying. Prices 25 cents to $1.50.
Extra heavy 42-inch Cheviots in black and colors
No better value for the price, 50 cents.
All Wool 9 oz. Jeans, the best value in Laurens at
the price, 25 cents.
Ladies extra heavy ribbed cotton Vest. Special good g
quality in bleached and unbleached. Price 25 cents. Q
Heavy full size cotton Blankets. Worth everywhere Rj
$1.25. Our special price $1.00. Inl
All wool 10-4 gray Blankets. Good smooth quality.
The best Hose on earth for boys.
Cats. Price 25 cents.
Extra heavy Black
American Lady Corsets in all styles. Price $1.00.
Ladies very fine pure Linen hemstitched Handker
chiefs. Extra value for the price, 10 cents.
F. W. L. Kid Gloves for Ladies in black and all the
best colors at $1.00.
Don't miss our line of Cloaks,
styles and prices.
We have the best
Davis, Roper & Company