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UURENS, S. C, Dec. 6, 1905.
HELPING COTTON QR0WERS.
Whatever of good the Southern Cot
ton Association has done for the South
Carolina farmers, it has done without
the active aid of Senators Tillman and
Latimer. Senator Tillman in a luke
warm way commended the Association
in one speech, in Greenville, but com
plained because he was not permitted
to talk politics. It is said that somo of
Senator Tillman's friends regarded the
Association as his political enemy and
that he and they wished to discourage
it. This may not be true but it is cer
tain that the great influence that the
Senator possesses with the farmers,
more than any other man possesses,
has not been brought to bear upon
them in their fight with the Wall street
bears. If the speeches that the Sena
tor made during the spring and summer
in the interest of the South Carolina
grogshop system had been directed to
the building up of the Cotton Associa
tion they would have accomplished
more than those of E. D. Smith, Jor
dan, McLaurin, Weston, Hyatt and
the others have accomplisned?for the
Senator's word upon many farmers
works a magician's spell. But the
Senator chose silence for his part
though he found time to lecturo on
other subjects in other States.
In striking contrast is the conduct of
Governor D. C. Heyward, who has de
voted himself to the expansion of the
cotton warehouse system. Of course
the Governor has gone into the ware
house business to earn money but what
he is doin - is what the Southern Cotton
Association urges ought to be done.?
Nothing can help the cotton growers more
than the perfecting of the warehouse
eystem and it is fortunate that men of
Governor Heyward's character and in
telligence are going into the business.
As for Senator Latimer, we do not
believe that he has the time to fool
with the Cotton Association.
The esteemed Columbia State has
cotton on the brain and wishes the cot
ton growers and the cotton spinners to
"get together" and agree on a selling
and buying price mutually satisfactory
and profitable to both. In other words,
the price is to be fixed before the cot
ton is planted.
This scheme might be practicable in
limited areas. We have heard of mills
in this section which last spring bought
the 1905 crops of some planters in this
vicinity at a price agreed upon, for de
livery after harvest. Possibly, a scheme
might be put into effect by which the
Southern mills could buy a Considerable
part of what they consume. We doubt
if it would last. On the whole, though
The State did not inquire of the Fair
fax Enterprise, the Clinton Gazette and
us, we venture the opinion that the
plan will not work if it be undertaken
on a scale intended to affect the gen
However, we wish the planters would
fix a price 10, 11, 12,l.<, 15 or 50 cents,
demand it and get it. While the mills
are going to buy just as cheaply as
they can buy, they will not suffer from
high prices if tne prices stay high. It
is the drunken, staggering, reeling and
stumbling price of cotton, the somer
saulting, crazy, jumping, hopping and
skipping price of cotton, the price that
swells from seven to fourteen cents,
dips to eleven and lifts itself by its own
bootstraps to 17 again, that murders the
sleep of the manufacturer and now and
then causes his fly wheel to burst.
The State will say that its plan is to
bring about an agreement that would
eliminate fluctuations but with the mills
scattered over the whole earth and
those of the South consuming but one
sixth of the Southern crop we think it
is chasing a jack-o-lantern?though its
intentions are good.
Tde people best entitled and best
equipped to fix the price of cotton are
the people who make it. The Cotton
Association started out to do thisjbut one
can no more guess now where Harvie
Jordan will bob up in March 1906 than he
can predict the course of Theodore
Price. Jordan may be right in his es
timate?but, right or wrong, he is sim
ply leading the cotton planters a dance
of speculation -though we do not for a
moment imagine that he is personally
From different motives and in differ
ent directions Jordan and Price are
urging the people to guess. Jordan's
motive may be better, is better, but
the effect is the same and one is as
likely to appear right next June as is
Success of Miss Mary Nance.
Frank C. Dupre, county superin
tendent of education with the able as
sistance of Miss Mary T. Nance, an ac
complished teacher of the Graded
School, organized an Association last
Saturday for the improvement of the
rural schools of Abbeville county. Each
member is pledged to improve one
rural school at least during the year.
The following officers were elected,
to wit: Miss Nance, president; Miss
Edwards, vice president and Miss Flem
ing, secretary. The next meeting
will be at the Graded School building,
Saturday, December 11, 1905 at 11
o'clock A. M.
The movement is a wise one and the
names of the officers are a guarantee
that tho association will result in great
good.? Abbeville Medium.
L. & M. Paint cost only $1.20 a gal
Ion. Seven gallons paints a moderate
size house. Sold by W. L. Boyd, Lau
rens, S. C. I4-13t.
This is taken from the Hartford,
"A valuable flock of 102 aheep owned
by Frank T. Maples of Norwich has
been practically wiped out by dogs.
The Norwich Bulletin reports that other
flocks in that locality have either been
destroyed by dogs or rendered so wild
as to be of little value.
"The problem of the sheep-slaying
dog in Connecticut is a serious one.
Sheep grazing was once an industry of
substantial proportions in this state,
but it has been practically wrecked by
dogs of low degree with an insatiable
appetite for lamb and mutton on their
bill of faro. A source of great possi
ble wealth has been destroyed.
"There ought to be a million sheep
in Connecticut to-day. Many of the
hill farms of the commonwealth are
admirably adapted to this industry. We
have no doubt that except for the dogs
that harrass and harry, sheep would
now be ono of the great agricultural as
sets of the state.
"The problem of eliminating the sheep
slaying carnine and making it possible
for a flock of sheep to graze in the
open without momentary peril of being
slain or worried is perplexing. Perhaps
no solution is available. The situation,
however, is worthy earnest and expert
study, and if measures which will re
sult in the suppression of sheep-killing
dogs and in the revival of a great agri
cultural industry are feasible they can't
be worked out too soon."
With changes of proper names, what
The Times has said would apply with
eqnal accuracy to South Carolina, ex
cept that if Connecticut should have
one million sheep this State should
have four million.
In South Carolina we have the cli
mate, the land and the need for the
sheep. We area sane people?is it not
strange that we prefer valueless dogs
to valuable sheep?
CARGO OF PERUVIAN GUANO.
10,000 Miles With a Cargo of 4,000 Tons
of Peruvian Guano.
After a journey of 10,000 miles, with
4,000 tons of Peruvian guano aboadr,
the British ship Coya, Capt. Thomas, |
put into this port early yesterday morn
ing and is now discharging her cargo at
the Columbus street wharf.
Capt. Thomas is well known among
the seafaring men of this city. A few
years ago he came to Charleston in a
vessel loaded with Peruvian guano, and
on the deck was a thick coating of vol
canic ashes, which had been accumu
lated in passing Mount Pelee, Isle of
Martinque, while in eruption just after
the destruction of St. Pierre.
The present cargo is consigned to the
Coe-Mortimcr Company. The cargo
will be discharged at the dock and will
at once be put into 200-pound bags
made by the Royal Bag and Yarn Fac
tory, of this city, and will be ready for
shipment immediately after the bags
are sewed up securely.
Peruvian guano is generally regarded
as one of the most valuable fertilizers
on the market and ranks very high
among farmers and gardeners of this
and other States.
When the hatches of the Coya were
opened yesterday the oder of anmonia
was very strong. Last spring, when a
vessel loaded with Peruvian guano v/as
in port, it became necessary to supply
the men below with air through a long
funnel, and even then it was necessary
to bring the men to the deck every few
minutes; the hot weather prevailing at
that time augmented the discomfort of
the men below. With cold weather, \
however, it is thought that the cargo
can be discharged without discomfort
to the laborers.
As is well known, Peruvian guano is
brought from islands about 40 miles off
the coast of Peru, South America. Hun
dreds of thousands of pelicans, sea
gulls and other sea birds subsist in that
vicinity, and when night falls they
roost on these barren isles. For count
less years these immense flocks of birds
have been roosting and nestling on these
islands and the accumulated excreta is
now very deep, so deep in fact that it
is dug out like coal.
In attempting to convey some idea of
the multitudes of sea birds that live in
the vicinity of these barren isles, one
writer says, "their number is legion;
they completely cloud the sun when
they rise from their resting place in the
morning in flocks of miles in length."
The pelican, like the pigeon, builds
his second nest on the remains of the
first, and the young add to the deposit.
For years and years these inconceivably
large flocks of sea birds have been
nesting, roosting and dying on these
islands, and ships are bearing the guano
to every part of the world. In the
guano one frequently sees petrified
eggs, bones of sea birds, feathers, egg
shells and other reminders of the birds.
Capt. Thomas said yesterday that
one could not form any idea of the
number of birds that roost nightly on
these islunds unless one actually saw
them as they came there in the eve
It would seem that nature herself un
derstood something of the value of these
deposits, and that she has done what
she could to preserve them. Rain never
falls in that part of the country. In the
past sixteen years only once has the
rain descended. So none of the guano
is washed into the sea. The birds live
almost altogether on fish, and when
they catch a denizen of the deep, they
i carry him to an island and there devour
him. In this way the fish-scrap becomes
a part of the deposit and is one of the
valuable ingredients of the fertilizer.
I Mr. Edmund Mortimer, of Coe-Morti
rner Company, recently visited the is
lands himself nnd gives interesting ac
counts of the birds and their move
ments. Capt. Thomas stated yesterday
afternoon that the deposits arc by no
means exhausted. He said that his cargo
came from an isle that had never been
touched save once. He left the isles on
September 18 and encountered good
weather during the voyage. He said
that when he left Valparaiso probably
one-third of the population was smitten
with small-pox, though none of the
better class were afflicted with the dis
ease. His voyage was a successful and
pleasant one, and his bill of health is
clean. Several days will elapse before
the cargo is discharged. ? News and
Courier, 24th inst.
No Secret About It.
II is no secret, that for Cuts, Bums,
Ulcers, Fever Sores, Sore Eyes, Boils,
etc., nothing is so effective as Buck
len's Arnica Salve. "It didn't take
long to cure a bad sore I had, and it is
all O. K. for sore eyes," writes D. L.
Gregory, of Hope, Tex. 25 cents at
Laurens D.*ug Co. and Palmetto Drug
A LAURENS CASE.
Many More Like It In Laurens.
The following case is but one of many
similar occuring daily in Laurens. It is
an easy matter to verify its correct
ness. Surely you cannot ask for bet
ter proof than such conclusive evidence:
Lee Bishop, of Laurens, S. C. pro
?rietor of a general store, on Mill St.,
"actory Hill, says: "I can from ex
perience recommend Doan's Kidney
Pills. My back and kidneys have given
me great trouble for a long t' ne, not
only costing me untold misv y, but
costing me a great many dollars. There
was a dull toothache like pain con
stantly across the small of my back
and after sitting for a bit I could
scarcely get up. Sharp shooting pain
sometimes ran down to iir.it one knee
and then another, and I never knew
when it was going to strike me. The
secretions from the kidneys were too
frequent in action and disturbed my
night rest so that I would arise in the
morning feeling worse than I did the
night before. I tried numerous reme
dies, but did not get any positive relief
from anything until I learned about
Doan's Kidney Pills and procured them.
The next day after using them I felt
better, and I continued taking them
until the kidney secretions become regu
lar. I could go bed and get a good
night's rest, and the aching in my back
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New
York, sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name?Doan's?and take
105 acres land on South Rabun Creek,
dwelling and outbuildings at a bargain.
Eleven room house fronting on North
Harper, lot 64 feet front, 87 feet back;
well and city water, cheap.
One 10 room house, 4 halls and bath
room, with 13 fire places, good well of
water; also water works and electric
lights. On corner of Laurel and Hamp
ton streets. At a bargain.
82 acres of land, nice dwelling, good
out-building, good water, 45 acres high
state of cultivation, balance timber,
near Dials' Church. At a bargain.
41 Acres just outside incorporated
limits of city of Laurens, beautiful cot
tage, servant house and good out build
ings at a bargain.
One seven room house in the city of
400 acres at Madden Station, 250 in
cultivation and balance in forest, with
good 7 room dwelling, good outbuildings
and six tenant houses.
400 acres one mile from Madden, good
dwelling, three tenant houses and out
178 acres, 7-room dwelling, good out
buildings, mineral spring on place, two
miles of Ora, S. C.
Three lots, 32 acres, 85 acres and 58
acres within the incorporated limits of
the town of Laurens. Will sell lots
separately or the three as a whole.
Terms made easy.
446 acres, beautiful 8-room dwelling,
good outbuildings, 5 tenant houses; lbO
acres in cultivation, fine bottom lands,
balance in forest; within 2 1-2 miles of
Lanford Station; a beautiful county
home; easy terms.
500 acres in four miles of the city of
Abbeville Court House with good im
Srovements and a fine brick yard, at a
55 acres of land near town of Foun
One house and lot, 41 acres land in
town of Fountain Inn. Also lot of 12
Nice residence in town of Fountain
Inn, 4 acres of land and out buildings.
502 acres of land, beautiful residence
and eight tenant houses, with 20 acres
within the incorporated limits of town
140 acres in one mile of town of
One modern residence, on Peachtree
St., in town of Woodruff.
One dwelling and two acres of land
in town of Woodruff.
Beautiful eight room house on Main
Street of Woodruff.
One dwelling, on Main Street, with
nine bed rooms, parlor, cook room,
dining room and closets, 70 acres of
land, good outbuildings in town of
17 1-2 acres on Beaverdam Creek,
near Lanford half mile from rail road,
with corn and wheat mill in good runn
ing order, casacity 200 bushels a day;
good rock quarry, and survey for yarn
mill has been made on place.
247 acres with good 4 room house,
good out buildings, 125 acres in cultiva
tion, lot of oak and 1500 cords of pine,
two miles Enorec M'F'G. Co.
2 lots 1-4 acres each, dwelling on lot
no. 1, in town of Fountain Inn.
178 acres of land with two good dwell
ings and splendid well of water near Mt.
Olive Church, Waterloo township.
2 acres suitable building lots, located
in Jersey, city of Laurens.
1 lot acre, granite store hou.se, town
3 acres land dwelling and store house
on Sloan street, town of Clinton.
1 six room house and 3-4 acre lot,
main street Clinton.
1 five room house, 3 1-2 acres land on
sloan street, Clinton.
One 2 acre lot, suitable for building
lots, on East Main street, in Laurens at
One house and lot, 4 acres, in town of
Woodruff, on Sawmill Street.
112 acres, with dwelling and out
buildings, 70 acres in cultivation, 10
acres fine bottoms on Reedy River,
near Rabun Creek Church.
20 acres on North Rabun Creek, 20
horse water power, with wheat and corn
mill, gin house and outfit; known as
Nasn's Old Mill place, at a bargain.
2 acre lot and nice 5 room house, at a
bargain on Conway Avenue, Laurens,
One nice six room dwelling, good
building, 2 acres, 1 acre fronton Peach
tree street, in Woodruff.
2 1-4 acres, suitable for building lots,
on Sullivan street, City of Laurens.
424 acres at Hobbyville, Spartanburg
county, good dwelling, tenant houses,
store and post office, at a bargain.
A beautiful 5-room house and 4 acres
of land in Gray Court.
J. N. LEAK
Gray Court, S. C.
THE "BOSS" COTTON PRESS 1
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Gin?, Feeders, Condenteri, Etc.
OIRRF.V MACHINERY CO.
Columbia, S. C.
We have striven to make your holiday buying eco
nomical and satisfactory this year. We have the
goods, we make the prices. Don't buy amiss, don't
fail to make your money count. See what we have,
get our prices, then look around if you think it
worth while. Here are a few desirable gifts.
Come to the store and see the rest..
Dressing Cases, Smoking Sets,
Handkerchief, Collars, Cuff and
Qlove Boxes, Pocket Books, Pur
ses, Stationery, Perfumes, Etc.
Dodson's Drug Store.
W. Q. Wilson & Co.
Have replenished the Dress Goods
Stock this week with new Broad
cloths including the Alice Blue
Shade. Very wide all-wool Sack
ings. Inspection will prove that
the price is within the margin of
present market value?quality
considered. Duplicates in Special
numbers of Hosiery and Under
wear, these are rapid sellers?it
is not necessary to explain the
reason why at.
W. Q. Wilson & Co.
Tho Kind Yon Ilavo Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has home tho signature of
i ? and has been made under his pcr
/y^5^y^/ sonal supervision since its infancy.
/-&<c/U4>. Allow no one to deceive yon in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" ore hut
Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of
Infants nnd Children?Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless sahstitnto for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing1 Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys AVorms
and allays Fovcrishncss. It eures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colie. It relieves Teething Troubles, eures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea?Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears tho Signature of
The KM You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TUT CtNTAUR COMPANY. TT MUnBAV BTHECT. NfU/ VOJlt OITY. _
Don't Let Your
HORSES AND MULES
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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 be
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. Fine for Stock also.
Give Each One a Bottle of
25 and 50 cents sizes.
sJteby Dodson's Drug Store.
APainless Cure of Curable Pain
Never resign yourself to suffer pain. Women's
pains are curable. They are the sign of dangerous
conditions of the female organs, which should be
promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow.
IT GOMES TO WOMAN'S RELIEF
whenever she suffers from any of woman's biting and weakening pains.
It not only compels the pains to stop, but it follows up and drives out
the cause of the pains, whioh prevents them from coming back.
It makes you well. Try it.
Sold everywhere In $ 1.00 bottles.
WRITE US A LETTER
freely and frankly, In strictest confid
ence, telling ut all your symptoms and
troubles. We will send free advice
On plain sealed envelope), how to
cure them. Address: Ladies' Advisory
Dept.,Th> Chattanooga AVedlclneCo.,
"WITHOUT A PAIN,"
writes Mary Shelton, of Peplar
Bluff, Mo., " I en do my housework,
although, hefore taking CARDUI, two
doctors had done ine no good. I can
truthfully say I was cured by Cardul
I want every suffering lady to know of
tills wenderful medicine."
Money Burned Up
Will Not be Your Sorrow
ful Answer if You Let
The Bank of Laurens
KEEP IT FOR YOU
Fire-proof Vaults Insures Against Safe Crackers,
and Bonded Officers who handle the Money.
We have a Savings Department that pays 4 per cent per an
num compounded January and July. If you need money
call on us with good collatteral and you can get it.
Undivided Profits, $20,000.
O. B. SIMMONS, President.
J. J. PLUSS, Cashier. W. P. CAINE, Assistant-Cashier.
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Notice to Planters
At this season of the year all eyes are turned
to sowing, for therein lies the success or fail
ure of every Planter. Poor seed will never
make a good crop, hence we have expended
every effort to secure the best that money
can buy, and have on hand seed that we are
justly proud of and can reconmmend, such as
Wheat, Rye, Barley, Rape, Lucerne, Vetches
Red Rust Proof Oats, and Red and Crimson
Clover, and also a great variety Garden Seeds
If you want seed that will yield results and
increase your Hank account, try these.
PRICES are right for small
or large buyers at
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the easy action, and die perfect
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S^??fls,'rv.viag^ Grand RipMs,
SOUTHERN SCALE & FIXTURE CO.
State Agents, Columbia, S. C.
W. P. HUDGENS, Local Agent,
Laurens, S. C.
"Oh, I AM SO TIRED!"
Is heard daily from old and young, rich and poor. Did you ever stop and consider
the cause of this remark? Wo will venture to say nine cases out of ten are
caused by improper digestion. This, or other symptoms of Indigestion such as
nervousness, nausea, heart-burn, sour stomach, flatulency and despondency,
should be a warning to you who are In danger of having indigestion, the great'
est enemy of American health to-day, fasten its merciless fangs on your health
Remember, "A Stitch in time saves nlno", and a bottle of the celebrated
Kcllum's Sure Cure for Indigestion has saved untold misery to people in many
?arts of this broad land, by curing them permanently of this miserable disease,
es, not like the pepsin digestives that help for a time, but cures permanently
by causing the digestive organs to perform their functions. Nature being such
a great rectifier of its own ills, with the assistance of this powerful medicine
gives you a healthy stomach and removes indigestion and its symptoms
nently. Sold on a $5.00 guarantee. 50 cents and $1.00 per bottle at
Laurens Drug Company.
of You and
Come and see our
BOOKS for old and
young at Lowest Prices.
China, Domestic and
Palmetto Drug Co.
Laurens, S. C.
There Are Styles
As well as in clothes. The lat
est in women's watches are now
here, including some daintily
beautiful chatelaine styles. In wo
men's watch and lorgnette chains,
we are showing a fincvariety of
Although they are what arc called
QOLD-FILLKD chains, they are in
every essential particular as good
as the more costly all-gold. Your
inspection of these is especially
invited. : : : : : : : :
The County Treasurer's Books will ^
be open for collection of State, County
and Commutation Road Taxes for fiscal
year 1901 at the Treasurer's Office, from
October 15th to December 31st 1905.
Those who prefer to do so can pay in
January, 1906, with one per cent, addi
tional; those who prefer paying in Feb
ruary, 1906, can do so with 2 per cent/^
additional; those who prefer to pav in
March, 1906 to the 15th of said month
can do so by paying an additional 7 per
cent. After said date the books will
All persons owning property or pay
ing taxes for others in more than one
Township are requested to call for re- _
ceipts in each township in which they
live. This is important, as additional
cost and penalty may not be attached.
Prompt attention will be given those
who wish to pay their taxes through
the mail by checks, money orders, etc.
Persons sending in lists of names to be
taken off, are urged to send them early
I as the Treasurer is very busy during
the month of December.
The Tax Levy is as follows:
State Tax, 5'.. mills
I County Ordinary, 3 " mills
Special County, 2 mills
Public Road, 2 mills
School, 3 mills
Laurens Special School
All able-bodied male citizens between
the ages of 21 and 60 years are liable
to pay a poll tax of $1.00, except old
soldiers, who are exempt at 50 years.
Commutation Road Tax $1.00, in neu of
working the public roads, to be paid at
the time as stated above.
J. H. COPELAND,
Laurens, S. C, Sept. 26, 1905 td.
Charleston & Western Carolina Railway.
(Schedule in effect April 16, 1905.)
T : 40 "
Ar Port Royal
Lv Laurens 2:07pm^
Ar Spartanburg 3:30 "
Lv Laurens 2:09 pm
Ar Greenville 3:25 "
AaRlVALS:-Train No. 1, Daily, from
Augusta and intermediate stations 1: 45
pm; No. 52, daily, from Greenville and in
termediate Stations 1:35pm; No.87.daily,
except Sunday, from Greenville and
intermediate stations 6: 10pm; train Nv.
2, daily, from Spartanburg and intclrn
ediate stations 1: 30 p m.
C. H. Gasque. Agt., Laurens, S. C.
G. T. Bryan, Gen rl Agt. Grenevilh- S.C.
Ernest Williams, GeM. Pass. Agt.,
T. M. Emerson, Traffic Manager/^