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THE NEXT REUNION
Business of Sixteenth Annual Reuaion
Over?Old Officers Rcclcctcd by
New Orleans, La., April 26.?The
formal business of the sixteenth an
nual reunion of the United Confederate
Veterans came to a close' this after
noon. One day of the reunion proper is
left and that will be devoted to the pa
rade of the veterans.
Richmond, Va., was selected as the
place for holding the next reunion, the
choice being made by acclamation.
The only competitor of Richmond was
Birmingham, Ala., but the sentiment
in favor of Richmond was so strong
that the advocates of Birmingham did
not allow the matter to come to a vote
and withdrew ip favor of Richmond
before a roll-call was ordered. The
fact that the monument of Jefferson
Davis is to be unveiled in Richmond
next year was a potent influence with
many of the old soldiers.
The reunion, viewed from a business
standpoint was unventful. The chief
new measures of importance to be
adopted were one which will recom
mend to the different States that pen
sions be paid to slaves now living who
followed their masters to the war
and one which declares in favor of the
setting apart of one day in the year by
each camp of the organization for me
morial services in behalf of the Con
The next business was the election of
officers for the ensuing year, and all the
present officers were reelected by ac
Gen. S. D. Lee, the commander-in
chief; Gen. W. L. Cabell, the com
mander of the Trans-Mississippi depart
ment, and Gen. Walker, commander of
the department of Northern Virginia,
made brief addresses of thanks for the
honor bestowed upon them.
Letters regretting inability to be
present were received from Mrs. Jef
ferson Davis, Mrs. T. .1, Jackson, Mrs.
Geo. E. Pickctt, Gen. S. B. Buckner,
Gen. Marcus J. Wright and Gen. Basil
W. Duke. Mrs. John H. Reagan, wife
of the last surviving member of the
cabinet of President Davis was pre
sented to the convention and heartily
The convention then formally ad
journed to meet in Richmond, Va., in
FACTS ABOUT SAN FRANCISCO.
Chief City of California and Ninth Larg
est City of United States.
In 1900 San Francisco was a city of
some 313,000 souls. It is not the capi
tal of California, but it i3 the chief city
of that State and of the Pacific coast.
In 1900 it ranked ninth among the one
hundred largest city of the United
The city is located on a hill, sandy,
rocky and treeless peninsula, which is
thirty miles in length and six miles
across at the city, and which cuts off
San Francisco bay from the Pacific
Ocean. The greater portion of the
peninsula is wholly unfit for cultivation,
and it was evidently not intended by
nature that it should be used for resi
dential purposes. Millions of dollars
were spent in grading and other im
provements. San Francisco bay is
about seven miles in width opposite
the city and about twelve miles in
width at the widest point. The hold
and rugged shores of the Golden Gate
rise on the north as high as 2,000 feet
in places, while on the south they are
from 300 to 400 feet in height. Many
of them are covered with shifting white
oand. Thirty feet of water may be
had on the bar at low ebb, while within
it is much deeper and the anchorage is
About the city, which is located on
the enst slope of the peninsula, tower
high hills, which were formerly cut up
by many gullies. The low ground at
the base of these hills was formerly
narrow, except in what is now the
southern portion of the city. There are
succession of loose, barren sand hills
made the passage of wagons impossi
ble. All this has, of course, been
changed during the last half century.
Where big ships formerly rode at an
chor are now paved streets, for the
cove was filled in some fifty years ago.
But one road leads out of the city,
whose thickly settled streets are built
in the amphitheatre formed by the
three hills. These hills prevented the
city's being built after any uniform
San Francisco is nevertheless a most
beautiful city. Much has been done to
improve Its appearance, and it has been
adorned with many handsomo public
buildings. For a long time many of the
residences were built of the famous
California redwood, which is not at all
inflammable, and this accounts in large
measure for the fact that the city has
been singulary free from disastrous
conflagrations since the '50's when sev
eral large fires did occur. It was sub
squcnt to this that the use of redwood
Across the bay is Oakland, there is
situated the Lcland Stanford, Jr., Uni
versity, which was damaged.
The Palace Hotel was, at the time of
its erection, the largest building of its
kind in the world. It cost $3,250,000,
and could accommodate 1,200 guests.?
News and Courier.
VBRDICT FOR $2,000.
Lydia Cotton Mill of Clinton Loses in the
United States Court.
Greenville, April 26.-In the federal
court here today a verdict of $2,0C0
was given to the plaintiff in the case of
the Prairie Cotton company of Missis
sippi against the Lydia cotton mills of
this State. The Prairie company claimed
that the Lydia mill failed to carry out
a contract which provided that the Ly
dia mill should buy 200 bales of cotton
from the Prairie company. The Lydia
mill claimed that the cotton was not up
to grade, therefore purchase was not
made. The Prairie Company later sold
this cotton to parties in New England,
entailing a loss of 2 cents per pound.
'Hence the suit for damages. A motion
will be argued tomorrow for a new
MOUNTVILLE AND VICINITY.
Many Interesting News Items From a
Live Section of the County.
Mountville, April 30. ? Miss Julia
Fellers, who has been visiting in Co
lumbia sometime, returned homo Tues
Miss Ruth Crisp, after spending a
pleasant week of rest at home has re
turned to her work at Chicora College,
from which institution she will grad
uate in June.
Mr. Thomas Whatley of Cokesbury,
of the firm of Whatley I3ros., was here
a few days this week.
Mr. B. R. Fuller, of the firm of Ra
sor & Fuller attended the meeting of
Enoree Presbytery at Clinton last week
as a delegate from the Mountville
A very enjoyable party was given the
young people Wednesday evening by
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Dunlap at their
home near Mountville.
The many friends here of Miss Jessio
Hill send her many greetings on her re
cent marriage to> Mr. Robert Blalock of
Mrs. Annie Dunlap and Mrs. Corn
Simmons attended the Choral Festival
Rev. Robert Bradley of Danville, Il
linois, is visiting his brother, Rev. las.
Bradley of Cross Hill. He lillec. his
brother's appointment here Sunday,
preaching an excellent sermon to an
We were honored with a very pleas
ant call from Messrs. James C. and
Barmore Kasor of Cross Hill last Sun
day. These brothers are two of Lau
rens county's most honorable citizens.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Teague, after a
pleasant two months' slay with their
daughter, Mrs. Dr. Langley, of Camp
Hill, Ala., returned to their home Wed
Mr. A. B. Crisp, carrier on route No.
1., is using the vacation so generously
granted him by the government in re
creating on his farm.
Messrs. W. P. Culhertson and J. C.
Miller and Miss Nellie Miller attended
the Union meeting at Clinton.
The farmers are finishing up cotton
planting and the showers will give them
The next regular examination for
Teachers' Certificates will bo held at
Laurens C. H., Friday, May 18th, 1906.
Questions will be on band for those who
have been taking the Teachers' Read
ing Circle course.
R. W. Nash,
County Superintendent Education.
results from chronic constipation, which
is quickly cured by Dr. King's New Life
Pills. They remove all poisonous germs
from tne system and infuse new life and
vigor; cure sour stomach, nausea, head
ache, dizziness and colic, without grip
ing or discomfort. 25c. Guaranteed by
Laurens Drug Co., and Palmetto Drug
COURT OF QRNERAL SESSIONS.
One of the Important Cases to be Tried"
Court of General Sessions will be
convened Monday, May I4tfl*, with
Judge Dantzler of Orangeburg presid
ing. One of the principal cases to come
up at this term will be that of the State
against L. D. Walker, the young white
man of the Poplar Springs section of
the county, charged with the murder of
John South last fall.
The following petit jurors have been
drawn for the term:
Laurens-W. T. Tumblin, E. M. Cun
ningham, S. H. Fleming, W. L. Alli
son, W. Allen Garrett, J. W. A. Boyd,
R. B. King.
Scufflctown - M. H. Hunter, A. Y.
Jacks?J. Andy Jones, Joe H. Bonds,
S. A. Philson, J. Burr Johnson.
Hunter-John H. Young, Robt. Y.
Copeland, John M. Meadows, W. P.
Cross Hill - P. B. Smith, R. W.
Waterloo?John A. Crawford, J. R.
Sullivan?John M. Wood, E. A. Pitts,
C. P. South, A. J. Monroe.
Dials- M. P. Vaughn, T. T. Andrews,
W. II. McCain, John T. Brooks, R. C.
Owings, W. M. Nash, G. D. Wilson.
Youngs?II. R. Prior, W. M. Coker,
D. H. Putnam, S. W. Cook.
Miss Mittie Tribblc and Mr. James
K. Dickson. of Jacksonville, Fla., were
married at the bride's home in this city
yesterday at 12 o'clock. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. J. D. Chap
man, of the First Baptist Church, in
the presence of a few of the immediate
relatives and friends of the parties, and
at 4 o'clock the happy couple left for
their home in Florida. The bride is the
eldest daughter of Col. and Mrs. M. P.
Tribble and is one of the loveliest young
women in Anderson.?Anderson Intelli
gencer, April 25.
Bonn th* /0 KM ftu Ib.fl Always Bought
Dr. Neville in Anderson.
Rev. W. 0. Neville, of Clinton, S. C,
spent last Sunday in Anderson and con
ducted both the morning and evening
service in the First Presbyterian
Church. His sermons were exceedingly
interesting and impressive, and his
visit here was highly enjoyed by his
many friends. At the conclusion of the
morning service a meeting of the con
gregation was held and Rev. W. H.
Frazer of Macon, Ga., was called to
the pastorate of the Church. Mr. Fr?
ser recently visited Anderson and all who
had the pleasure of hearing his ser
mons and meeting him are hopeful that
he will accept the call.- Anderson In
telligencer April 25.
Before you buy it will be to your in
terest to let us show you our line of Ice
Cream Freezers in different sizes with
the triple motion that freeze quicker
and use less ice than any other freezer
on the market.
S M. & E. II. Wilkes & Co.
Mr. Jus. S. Todd of Barksdale was in
Mr. Brooks Swygert spent Friday
and Saturday in Greenville.
Miss Marie Clifford of Union is visit
ing Miss Josephine Minter.
Capt. and Mrs. F. M. Sexton re
turned from Woodruff Friday.
Dr. Isadoro Schayer spent Friday
and Saturday in the Spartan city.
Miss Mary Todd was a Laurens visi
tor to Spartanburg for festival week.
Miss Annie Gilkerson returned from
the music festival in Spartanburg Sat
Miss Mary Boyco and Mr. Willie
Boyce were in the city Friday from
Messrs. M. A. Riddle and Henry
Sims of Waterloo gave us a pleasant
Misa Laura Barksdale was the guost
of Prof, and Mrs. Frank Evans festival
week in Spartanburg.
Mr. L. E. Henderson of Rapley and
Mrs. Bertha Bryant of Fountain Inn
were in the city Saturday.
Mr. W. L, Bailey is at home from
Grant University, Chattanooga, Tonn.,
where be is pursuing a course in the
Col. James Armstrong will make the
address at Choraw Memorial day and
Mrs. Virginia Young will speak at
Johnsto.i the same day.
Misses Fay and Nannie Kate Hudgens
accompanied by Miss Maggie Hudgens
of Honea Path, visited Spartanburg
during the music festival.
Mrs. A. D. Gray and Miss Tallulab
Caine were registered at the Spartan
Inn Friday and Saturday of festival
week in the Spartan city.
Messrs. R. E. Copoland, Gus Sim
mons and A. W. Teaguc attended the
German and Intercollegiate Oratorical
contest in Greenwood Friday night.
The Greenwood Oratorical contest
la3t Friday was attended by the follow
ing Gray Court people: Mrs. II. Y. Sim
mons, Miss Ida Easterling, Miss Clara
Welborn, Miss Carrie Lou Dorroh, Miss
May Willis, Messrs. I). U. Pedcn, Fcs
tus Curry, J. W. Wells and Albert
For Infants and Children.
Wie Kind You Have Always Bought
To Build a Warehouse.
Anderson, April .'10. -The Farmers'
Union will erect a large warehouse in
the city for the storage of cotton.
Work will begin on tho building at an
early day and everything will be in
readiness for the fall season. The ware
house will have a capacity of 8,000 bales
and will be fireproof. The cost will be
The union is a strong organization of
practical planters of the county and is
doing much good for the agricultural in
terests of the section.
Joke on Sam Jones
A recent article on the "Home Life of j
Sam Jones," says the evangelist is fond j
of the "yallcr dog" illustration and he
generally gets a grip on his audience by
this means; but occasionally he gets a
turn down, if the papers report him cor
rectly. Somewhere in the East he was
preaching to a great crowd in a tent or
tabernacle, and there were seated on
the rostrum near him, or rather be
hind him, several of the local
clergy of the vicinity belonging to vari
ous religious denominations. In the
course of his remarks the evangelist
alluded to the deadness of the churches
? the lack of revival spirit, the sameness 1
and stale decorum of their pulpit exer
Warming up to his subject, he began
to question these listening pastors, as
to the condition of their own charges,
and twitted them remorselessly for
their inability to get up a "rousement."
Finally when the congregation was in
a mirthful humor over the pastors' em
barrassment, he wound up his remarks
by saying, "If I stood in your shoes, my
good brethren, my dignified and inert
brethren, and I could not put any life
into my buisness, I'd simply send for a
yallerdogand put him to barking. Sure,
1 would have a noise, if I could not have
anything better, with such a dead-alive
state of things as I find in this town."
The crowd would have whooped if it had
been permissible, but one of the dignified
brethren rose from his chair, and said,
"That is just what we have done Sic'cm,
Sam.sic'em." The audience roared, and
Sam joined in the laugh.
Oak Grove Farmers'Union will meet
Saturday, May 5, 4 p.m. As business of
importance is to be transacted, all mem
bers arc earnestly urged to attend.
B. F. Godfrey, Prost.
Messrs. S. M. & E. II. Wilkes & Co.,
Laurens, S. C.
Gentlemen: The Buck's Cooking Stove
which I bought from you some time
ago has given me entire satisfaction.
It. has proved to be what y<?u recom
mended in every respect.
Miss Ernestine Pitts,
Princeton, R. F. D. No. 2.
April .'50th, 1906.
Wev have in stock a line of lawn
swings and we will be glad to show
them to you at any Lime.
S. M. & E. II. Wilkes & Co.
You will rest better and feel more
like working the next day if you have a
good mattress on your bed. Be sure to
h-t us show you our line before you buy.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
It will he to your interest to see all
the different articles that is on our ten
cents counter, consisting of useful arti
cles for your house
S. M. & E. II. Wilkes & Co.
Keep in mind that you can always
find here a complete line of Jardiniers
in different styles, sizes and colors.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes A Co.
A Letter Prom Cuba.
Wo should always be careful to look
on the bright side of things. Now here
in Cuba there aro many advantages for
men of money and energy. It takes
vim and prudence to succeed here. The
writer knows of several who have suc
ceeded. Mr. Johnson who has moved
from Santiago to this place for the
summer has made a fortune by his
tact and energy. He owns a large su
gar farm worth several thousand dol
lars. He says that any man that will
come hero and go to work to develop
the resources of this country can suc
ceed. Many others havo done equally
as well. We have fruit all times of
the year. The grass is ever green and
vegetation is never killed out by frost.
One could make a living on five or ten
acres of land and have all the stock he
needs, also poultry, bees, etc. In trav
eling through the country one will see
many wonderful things in the way of
sugar, coffee and tobacco farms. The
coffee bush is something like the black
haw bush of the States. It will produce
from one to six pounds per year to the
tree. The trees can stand about G feet
apart, or founteen hundred trees to the
acre. The average production is four
thousand pounds to the acre, worth
here 25 cents per pound, making a total
of about one thousand dollars on one
acre. It requires about four years be
fore a grove will bear much. Of course
if you will give the farm some atten
tion the yield is better.
D. F. B.
Have you weakness of any kind
stomach, back, or any organs of the
body. Don't dope yourself with ordin
ary medicine. Hollister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea is the supreme curative pow
er. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Ask your
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Laurens Cotton Mills will
be held at the office of the company on
Tuesday, May 15, at 3 o'clock, p. m.
Have you pains in the back, inflam
mation of any kind, rheumatism, faint
ing spells, indigestion or constipation,
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea makes
you well, keeps you well. 35 cents.
Ask your Oruggist.
When you need anything in House
furnishing goods be sure to keep us in
mind. Come and let us show you our
line before you buy. S. M. & E. H.
Wilkes & Co.
State Dental Association.
The thirty-sixth annual convention of
the State Dental Association will be
held at the Isle of Palms Tuesday,
June 26th to 29th, inclusive.
It pours the oil of life into your sys
tem. It warms you up and starts the
lifo blood circulating. That's what Hol- |
lister's Rocky Mountain does. 35 cents,
Tea or Tablets. Ask your Druggist.
THRP.R YOUNti MINISTERS ORDAINED.
Eurman University Students Ordained at
Princeton Baptist Church.
Princeton, April 30.--The ordination
here yesterday ot three young students
of Fur man University as ministers of '
the gospel was quite an event in the |
history of the Princeton Baptist church.
The young men who go out as full
fledged ministers of the Baptist Church
are Rev. Jas. II. Machen of this place,
Rev. John W. Washington of the Mt.
Olive section of this county, and Rev.
J. G. Wilson of Gainesville, Ga.
These young men who are class mates
at Furman promise to become strong
and prominent ministers in the Baptist
The ordination sermon was preached
by the Rev. J. A. Martin of Cross Hill,
and the charge was delivered by Rev.
J. O. Martin of Mt. Gallagher, former
pastors of Princeton church. Rev. J.
M. Shell of Laurens, present pastor of
this church, assisted in the ceremonies
of the occasion.
The presbytery was composed of the
deacons of this and the Columbia Bap
The evening service was conducted by
Rev. J. G. Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Machen, of Lau
rens, visited relatives here last Sunday
and attended the ordination services.
Mrs. W. R. McCuen and sister, Miss
L?he Miller, of Lav. rens, visited rela
tives here last Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McClary, of
Greenville, visited roh tives and friends
here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Woods, of Ilonea
Path, spent Sunday here.
Mr. John D. Sullivan, Jr., is at home
from Wofford on account of the serious
illness of his father, Mr. John D. Sulli
Mrs. J. E. Allen is spending this
week with her parents here.
Mr. Tom Carter, of Greenville, spent i
Saturday and Sunday with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arnold visited
Mr. Arnold's parents at Honca Path
Miss Claude Johnson, of Donald's,
visited her sister, Mrs. C. W. Simpson,
Every day is a busy day with us. Our
line is large, our selections are the best,
our prices are the lowest. Call quick.
Davis, Roper & Co., outfitters for every
Round Trip Rales via Charleston & West
ern Carolina Railway.
To Augusta, Ga., account May Car
nival. May 9-10, 1906. Round trip rate, ;
one first class fare plus 25 cents, tick- 1
cts on sale May 7, 8, and for trains i
schedules to arrive in Augusta before
noon of May 9, with final return limit
May 12, 1906.
To Greenville, S. C. ?Account Gen
eral Assembly of the Presbyterian
Church in United States, May 17-2(5,
1906. Round trip rate, one first class
fare, plus 26 cents. Tickets on sale
May 14, 15, 16, with final return limit
May 31, 1906, except that by deposits
of tickets with Special Agent at Green
ville, and payment of fee of fifty cents
at time of deposit, an extension of final
limit to June 15, 1906, maybe obtained.
To Chattanooga, Tcnn., account
Southern Baptist Convention and Aux
iliary Societies, May 10-1r Round trip
rate, one first claps fare plus 25 cents,
tickets on sale May 8. 9 and in. 1906,
with final return limit ten days in ad
dition to date of sale, except that by
deposit of tickets with Special Agent ,
Chattanooga, and payment of fee of
fifty cents at time of deposit an exten
sion of the final limit to June 15, 1906,
may he obtained.
General Passenger Agent.
The Hot Weather
Is not far off, and even now a cooling dessert
is most enjoyable. There is nothing so eco
nomical, so easily prepared and so generally
liked as some frozen dainty.
We Seil the White Mountain Freezers
with the triple motion, which makes them freeze quicker, and will be a saving to you in
the amount of ice it will take to run one. We have a complete line in all sizes
ranging in prices from $1.40 to $4.50. See our line before you buy.
SCHOOL PICNICS LAST FRIDAY.
Educational Orations and Fine Dinners at
Gray Court-Owings and Pine Grove.
Senator F. P. McGowan and Mr. It.
W. Nash delivered speeches at the pic
nic given at Pine Grove last Friday, the
occasion being the close of the Pine
Grove school which was taught during
the past session by Miss Mattio llellams.
On the same day the commencement
exercises of the Gray Court-Owings In
stitute came to a close with a delightful
picnic and splendid addresses which
were delivered by Dr. Edwin M. Potent,
president of Furman University, and
Solicitor R. A. Cooper of this city. This
tine school was in charge of Prof. J. Y.
Rryson, assisted by Misses Carrie Peden,
Daisy Harris and Annie Putnam.
School Grounds Beautiful.
The old Mountville School has been
supplied with flower seed by Hon. Jos.
T. Johnson, Mrs. E. 15. Heard of Mid
dloton, (Ja., Miss Jessie M. Good, Seed
woman of Springfield, Ohio, and Mr. F.
G. Taylor, Rose Specialist, of Glondale,
The seed are sent free to any teacher
within six miles of the Seaboard Air
Line Railway who may wish to decorate
the school grounds with the finest of
Miss May Madden,
MEMORIAL DAY EXERCISES.
Rev. M. W. Hook Will Deliver the Ad
dress in the Opera House.
Memorial Day exercises will be held
in the city opera house, Thursday, May
10th at. 11 o'clock a. m. The address
will be made by the Mr. Hook, pastor
of the First Methodist Church.
After the address, crosses of honor
will be bestowed on the veterans of
the county by J. IL Kersbaw Chapter,
United Confederate Veterans, under
whose auspices the Memorial Day ex
ercises are to be held.
At the conclusion of these exorcises
dinner will be served the. veterans at
Bazaar Hall, over the Palmetto Drug
This dinner will be furnished by the
U. I). C.'s., but any contribution,
either money or baskets from any one
outside of the Chapter, will be much
Those desiring to help will please in
form Miss Lillian Irby, Secretary J. 15.
Kersbaw Chapter or Mrs. R. P.. Hell,
chairman of the dinner committee.
At r>.:?<) in the afternoon everybody,
especially the school children, is re
quested to go to the cemetery to assist,
in decorating the graves.
THE ODD FELLOWS' MEETING.
Greenwood, Ncwbcrry, Enoree, Clinton,
and Fountain Inn Lodges Represented.
Representatives from the odd Fellow
lodges at Fountain Inn, Enoree, Clinton,
Newberry and Greenwood, on the invi
tation of Calhoun lodge, No. 47, met
with the local Odd Follows here Satur
day night in the K. of P. ball.
The meeting Was presided over by
Senator C. L. lilease of Newberry and
a number of interesting talks were made
by local and visiting Odd Fellows. The
occasion was the eighty-seventh anni
versary of the founding of the Order in
the United States. One of the subjects
discussed was the proposition to bring
the question of dividing the State into
districts and holding district meetings
before the Grand Lodge in Greenville
Refreshments were served during the
evening and altogether a most pleasant
time was given the visitors.
Take notice, that on the 10th day of
May, 1900, we will render a final ac
count of our acts and doings ns Execu
tors of the cstat ?' Janus II. Parks,
deceased, in the '-e of the Judge of
Probate of Lat ..-> County at 11 o'clock
a. m., and on the same day will apply
for a final discharge from Our trust as
All persons indebted to said estate
are notified and required to make pay
ment by said date, and all persons hav
ing demands against said estate will
present them on or before said dale
duly proven or be forever barred.
J. B. PARKS,
JNO. A. BARKSDALE,
April 10. 1906.- 1 month.
Dr. Chas. A. Ellett
(Iffice, Law Range.
'Phone 189, Laurens, S. C,
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2.
An election will be held at Bethlehem
Academy, School District No. 2, Water
loo township, Saturday, May 5, 190(5, to
decide whether a tax of two mills for
school purposes shall be levied and col
lected in said district. Those in favor
of said tax will vote "Yes," and those
opposed "No." It is ordered that the
Hoard of Trustees shall act as managers
at said election. Rolls will be open
from? a. m. to 4 p. m. By order of the
County Board of Education of Laur >ns
R. W. Nash, Ch'm,
R. E. Baku,
7-21 W. P. culoertson.
Charleston & Western Carolina Railway
(Schedule in effect April 16, 1905.)
Lv Laursna 1:60 pm
Ar Greenwood 2-46
Ar Augusta 6: 20 "
Ar Anderson 7: 10 "
Lv Augusta 2: .'55 pm
Ar Allendale 4:30 "
Ar Fairfax 4:41 "
Ar Charleston 7: 40 "
Ar Beauford 6: 30 "
Ar Bort Royal 6: 40 "
Ar Savannah G:45 "
Ar Wayeross 10:00 "
Lv 1.aureus 2:07 pm
Ar Spartanburg 3:30 "
No. 52 No. S7
Daily Ex. Sudday
Lv Laurens 2:09 pm 8:00 am
Ar Greenville 3:25*" Ki:li0"
Arrivals:?Train No. 1, Daily, from
Augusta and intermediate stations 1: 40
pm; No. 62, daily, from Greenville and in
termediate stations 1:35 pm; No.87,daily,
except Sunday, from Greenville and
intermediate stations 6: 40pm; train No. ;
2, daily, from Spartanburg and interm
ediate stations 1: 30 p in,
('. 11. Casque, Agl., Laurens, S. C.
(J. T. Bryan.Gen 1 Agl. GrenevilleS.C
Kniest Williams, Gen. Bass. Agl.,
T. M. Emerson, Traffic Manager.
<\\. & I,. Railroad Co.
Schedule In cff. ct Novombor 21st, I0>4 :
No. 52 N<>. 'il No. 85
Pnsscnrror Mixed ox- Frelpchtox
Daily copl S\in- copt Siin
l.v Columbia ll * o am r> ir> pm 1 i>n> am
I ?r Nowbcrry Vi 3i> p m 7 or, p m a 45 a ni
I itr (Minion 1 'i'i p in K 1.1 p m (i '?'??'< a M
Lnurons 142 i> m 8 46 pm 600 urn
No. 63 No. 22 No. si
Lv Laurent) 2 02 pm 7 <Ml urn 520 pm
Clinton 'i'i'i p in 7 30 n in 0 00 pin
}ar Nowbcrry 3 10 pm 8 35 um 7 05 p m
Columbia 4 45 p in 10 80am 015 pm
O. If. GASQUR, Aaont.
and other DRUGS, and nervous
(?barges more reasonable (ban other
ike institutions. $25.00 per week pays
for treatment, remedies and board.
Result absolutely the same.
L. G. CGRBETT, M. D.
THE CAROLINA SANITARIUM,
Greenville, S. C.
DU. CLIFTON JONES
OFFICE IN SIMMONS BUILDING
Phone: Office No. 86; Residence 2D.
Dr. G. C. ALBRIGHT,
Ofllco over Peoples Loan and Ex
|change Lank, Laurens, S. ('.
Side and Back
are still in the height of fashion, and
will also be worn this spring and
summer. Wo have the latest
styles of fancy Combs from
$1.25 to $7.00
per sei of three. Also the neWCSf do
Biglia iii Bracelets, Hat Pins, Cliff
Pins, Fobs and Crosses.
(iivc Us a Call lie fore
Flemlii g, Bros
Hocky Mountain Tea 1-lMgge's
A Busy Medicine (or Bu;y People,
Brings Golden Health and Renewed Vicor.
A IMol?o for < 'onntljmtlon. IndlgCfetlon, T.lv^r
nnd Kidney trouble*. PlmplOfl. Eozuroa, Impm"
Wood. Hod Hrcntn, SlUfTfflfth ROWCU. HClldn )?
end HaoUacho. Its Rocky Monni'iln Ton In tab
lot form. M ccnlA ft box. Ui'milne inn<lo by
iioi.i.istku Duuu Company. Madison, Win.
OOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
THE I TEST
? You have two houses to bo painted. Wc want to soli yo\i Masllc
Paint for only ono of them. Wo would rather you would use some
other paint on the other house. Paint the two at once?ono with
.? Th-3 Kind That lasts "
and the other with any other paint, it matter.; not what brand?
some mixed paint or Lend and Oil. Wo will only sell you ono
lot of paint this time; next time wo will sell you Mastic
Paint for both houses?in fact we expect to sell you paint for
the other houso before the Mastic houso needs repainting.
? THE TEST PROVES WHICH IS BEST'1
PEASLEE-GAULBERT CO.. Inc., LOUISVILLE, KY.
FOR SALE BY
Dodson's Drug Store.
"Oh, I AML SO TIRED!'1
Is heard daily from old and young, rieh and poor. Did you ever stop and consider
the cause of this remark? We will venture to say nine cases out of ten arc
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 nine", and a bottle of the celebrated
Kellum's Sure Cure for Indigestion has saved untold misery to people in many
parts of this broad land, by curing them permanently of this miserable disease,
Yes, 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 perma
nently Sold on a $5.00 guarantee. 50 cents and $1.00 per bottle at
Laurens Drug Company.
/^Vegetable Preparation [brAs
slniila i intf (Ue \\\\\ and lletf ttla -
]| Ute Stomachs and Bowels of
Promotes Digc3lion,Chectful -
Opium,Morphine nor Mineral.
/.:.-.."* 9/fftd OrSAKUELPttXUlEtt
Rxhtlle Sxttt -
Hi tut!a rih-.ic.i'ct *
U> ?'.?i;irn> I It iVf,
For Infants and Children.
' .XprrrwlUentetly rorConsliiwj pS I
'.Ion,SourSlotUACh.Dimihoca ;\m [j |
v.. .iv..-./\ uvutrions.VVvvnslv ;| ?i k J
Yn KW* YbtiKi
\ Thirty Years
?-m i HB ><s f * a|
"" ? Tint fif'if.wn comp.miv. wrv/vofix ciyv,
? l\mhH.iliBi1 iilli.1 WjHilMHIIWIMMHii'llUMtllWfilWHr^ < ?WW f i'rhli'l'jWH'i'i'iH 'II 11 f i i ft Um i1 ih.'Vt'i" I
QUICKEST AND BEST ROUTE
To Savannah,Waycross, Jacksonville and
rll Florida Points, via Charleston
and Western Carolina Railroad.
Leave I.aureus, \ :.r>0 p. in.
Leave Augusta, 10:30 p. m.
Arrive Savannah, 2:50 a. in.
Arrive Wayeross, 6:05 a. in.
Arrive Jacksonville, 8:40 a. m.
Closo connections made at Jackson
ville for all points South.
Round trip Winter Tourist Excursion
tickets to Florida points on sale.
GBO. T. BRYAN,
General Agent, Greenville, S. C.
C. II. Gasquo, Agt.. Laurens, S. C.
Ernest Williams, G.P.A., Augusta, Gn.
N. H Dur.. a. 0. Town,
DIAL & TODD,
Attorneys and Coun
sellors at Law.
Enterprise B.*nk and Tod?l Oflloo Bui
L A U R rjN f.. S. (.1.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb
Aitorncys at Law.
Will praoblco In nil State Court*.
Prompt attontion Rivon to nil businc-s.