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Spoko at Sandy Fiat Last
| 4,000 PEOPLE PRESENT
The Senator Gives His Plan for Saving
the Dispensary*"Elect County
Dispensers in Primaries.
Senator B. R. Tilhnan delivered a
speech to an immense crowd at Sandy
Flat, Greenville County, hist Saturday.
It was the first of a series of campaign
speeches the Senator proposes making
in the State within the next month. As
was expected Mr. Tillmap devoted his
speech to the dispensavy issue and he
had the closest attention throughout.
Following is an extract from this pre
pared speech, giving his plan for pre
County dispensers should be elected
in the Democratic primary the same as
other officers. The County Board
should be composed of the mayor of
the town in which a dispensary is lo
cated, the supervisor of the county,
who is the business agent of the county
and one man appointed by the gov
The county dispenser should be re
movable by the governor for cause. The
State Board of Control ought to be
elected by the legislature, but its duty
should be confined to general direction
and supervision of the business, the
same as the Penitentiary and the Hos
pital for the insane arc run.
It should not purchase any whiskey
or anything else required in the busi
ness. Everything required, including
the whiskey, should be bought under
annual contracts made as follows: After
the State Commissioner has advertised
in the manner prescribed by law (and
this ought to be very clear and specific,
leaving nothing to the direction of any
one, and going fully into details), the
bids should be opened in public by three
men selected just before the date fixed
by the governor and the contract made
with the lowest bidder by the year for
the supplies to be ordered out by the
commissioner as needed. These three
men are to serve only once and annually
there shall be three new men chosen to
make the contracts. The bidders will
not know who will make the awards and
therefore cannot enter into collusion in
advance and even should the governor,
which is inconceivable, be willing to se
lect a board which would act corruptly,
the specifications of the bidding made
with, minuteness and the publicity would
prevent any graft.
No whiskey or liquor should be pur
chased except from government bonded
warehouses. In the case of wines and
beer the brewers should alone funish
the first direct from the breweries, and
tho small quantity of the others used
could be hedged about in the advertise
ment so as to insure honesty and the
purest and best articles.
THE DISTRICT PARSONAGE.
It is to be Located in the City of Green
ville.? Lnurens Offered $1,200.
At a recent meeting of the Greenville
district conference at Greers it was de
cided to build a parsonage for the pre
siding elder of the district. Greenville
and Laurens both bid for the parsonage,
but Greenville won. Mr. J. F. Bolt and
other friends made a good showing for
Laurens and tried very hard to secure
the parsonage, the olfer being $1,200 in
cash toward building a home for the
Mr. Bolt was elected secretary of the
conference, which is quite a nice com
pliment to a layman. The next district
meeting will be held at Fountain Inn.
The delegates to the South Carolina
conference are Messrs. B. L. King of
Clinton, W. C. Curry of Gray Court, J.
F. Bolt of Laurens, and M. L. Marchant
CITY WATER ALL RIGHT
Sample Analyzed by Prof. Hardin of
Clemson Agricultural College,
Department of Chemistry.
Clemson College, S. C, July 5, 1906.
Laboratory Number 7595.
Sample of water ("Creek" City sup
ply.) Received June 29, 1906, from W.
R. Richcy, Esq., Mayor, Laurens, S. C.
Grains per U. S. Gallon of 231 cubic
Total solids dried at 100 deg. C. 3.615
Parts per Million.
Actual Ammonia .014
Albuminoid Ammonia .048
Nitrogen as Nitrate .400
Nitrogen as Nitrite None
Although this water is not perfectly
clear and colorless, it appears to be safe
and good for daily use as a drinking
water and for all domestic purposes.
M. B. HARDIN,
W. R. RICHLY, ESQ.. Mayor,
Laurens. S. C.
Tylersville, July 9. - The Fourth was
passed very pleasantly here.
Mr. Hugh Donnan went to Greenville
Mr. "George Little, Jr. was in Laurens
Miss Lidio Peterson visited at Young's
Mrs. T. P. Poole and sons, Furman
;>:wl Joshua Craig, were in Laurens last
A protracted meeting will begin at
Langaton on the first day of August
and continue through the Second Sun
l PERSONAL MENTION. |
Mr. Ed Hart was in town last week.
Miss Lila Hart is visiting in Simpson
Mr. W. C. Babb of Merna paid us a
Miss Imogen Wilkes is visiting Mrs.
Bland in Sumter.
Mr. J. Y. Garlington went to Stomp
Miss Estelle Taylor of Princeton is
visiting in the city.
Mrs. Jack Davis is spending some
time at Caesar's Head.
Mr. D. IL Counts spent several days
in Bamberg last week.
Dr. B. P. Godfrey is spending a few
weeks at Glenn Springs.
?Master Samuel Fleming is visiting
friends at Myrtle Beach.
Miss Susie Mills has left after a visit
to Miss Grace Simmons.*
Mr. Charley Moselcy lost a valuable
family horse last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dial Gray went to
Stomp Springs on Saturday.
Mrs. M. J. Blackwell went to Clinton
on Thursday to visit relatives.
Miss Mary Miller is spending the
summer in Georgia with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McDonald spent
last week in Atlanta with relatives.
Miss Hattie Crane left Saturday for
an extended stay at Hendersonvillc.
Miss Andreila Buchanan, postmistress
at Enoree, spent Friday in the city.
Mrs. Joe Burton and little Miss Mary
are enjoying a stay atJCaesar's Head.
Miss Elizabeth Cannon, of Gray
Court, visited Miss Meta Shell this week.
Messrs. T. P. Pool and Louis McCray,
of Tylersville, were in town yesterday.
Mr. J. W. McDaniel of Columbia is
visiting his brother, Mr. S. C. McDan
Mr. Abrains, who has been teaching
In Stanton, Va., was in town on Tues
Mr. lt. H. Greneker of The Laurens
ville Herald spent the Fourth in Green
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Featherstonc and
children are visiting relatives in Ander
Mr. J. C. Burns from Greenwood, of
Red Iron Racket fame, was here Sun
Miss Ina Little and Mr. Roy Little
are visiting Mrs. George Bailey in Clin
Mrs. O. B. Mayer of Newberry is to
visit Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Jones this
Miss Louise McCarley left yesterday
for Asheville. She will be gone two
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bailey of Clinton,
visited her mother, Mrs. Reed last
Misses Eloisc and Annie Anderson
left Friday for their new home in Wil
Mrs. J. J. Pluss spent several days
of last week with Mrs. R. B. Bell near
Mrs. J. W. Bostick of Spartanburg is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Jarcd D.
Mr. Bcnton Fuller and Mr. Conway
Dial of Mountvillc were in town on
The Rev. Mr. Hodges of the Metho
dist Church in Clinton was in town on
Miss Mamie CummingS is spending
several weeks in Winnsboro with her
Mr. A. C. Todd has returned from
New York, where he went on a pleas
Miss Cornelia and Master Benedict
Mayer of Newberry are visiting their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. White
Miss Ellen Means of Moores Station
is the guest of her cousin, Miss De
Mrs. .1. S. Evans and children of
Roanoke, are visiting her father, Mr.
L. (1. Balle.
Mrs. Bessie Belle Harris, of Green
wood, has has been the guest of Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Fleming Smith of Un
ion were in town a few days this week,
Dr. S. C. Byrd, president of Chicora
College, was in the city for a short
Miss Rebecca Clark returned Satur
day from Simpsonville, where she vis
ited for two weeks.
Misses Mary and Jessie Dillard arc
in Augusta visiting their brother, Mr.
John H. Dillard.
Mrs. Carrie Vance went to Greenville
Friday, where she will visit her daugh
ter, Mrs. Frank Ferguson.
Mrs. Leonard and baby of Spartan
burg are expected this week to visit
Mr. and Mrs. White Jones.
Miss Bessie Her of Greenville \isited
Mrs. C. Ii. Poole a few days last week,
returning home on Monday.
Mrs. Goo. S. McCravy, Masters Jack
and James McCravy are vuiting rela
tives in Greenville and Greers.
Miss Rosa Lee Moore, who has been
Visiting the Misses Anderson left for
Cartorsville, Ga., Tuesday morning,
The City Council Grants the Reedy River
Power Company Permission to Trans?
mit Power to This City.
The City Council of Laurens has
granted a perpetual franchise to the
Reedy River Power Company which
permits it to transmit power to this
city for any and all purposes. This
company was organized a few months
ago with Mr. N. B. Dial as president.
The corporation is fifty thousand dollars
and the plant is to be located at Boyd'a
Mill on Reedy river, twelve miles west
of the city.
As soon as some further preliminaries
can be arranged it is the intention of
the company to begin the construction
of an electrical plant, which when com
pleted will be capable of supplying
power to Laurens and other points de
The Merrymakers Club Meets.
Miss Helen Hix was hostess to the
Merry Makers' Club last Friday eve
ning at a very enjoyable meeting. The
game of the evening was progressive
anagrams. At the conclusion of the
game it was found that two couples had
tied for first place. They were Miss
Sadie Sullivan and Mr. Samuel Fleming
and Miss Fannie May Wright and Mr.
Mr. GU8 Wright. The young ladies
drew for the prize and it fell to Miss
Sadie Sullivan. Those present were
Misses Ruth Paine, Sadie Sullivan,
Ethel Simmons, Mamie Tolbert, Lucia
Simpson, Helen Crisp, Fannie May
Wright, and Jessie Holt; and Messrs.
Clus Hart, Tom Bolt, Samuel Fleming,
Boyce Clardy, Roy Little, Richard
Simpson, Marion VVilkes, and Mr.
Wounded Negro Died.
Howard Beedle, the negro who was
shot two weeks ago by Sam Todd, also
colored, died last Friday from the effects
of the wound. The shooting took place
on Sunday and was the result of a quar
rel over cards. Todd came in and gave
himself up to Sheriff Duckett Monday.
Mr. Frank Martin entertained a
number of his friends on Wednesday
evening with a progressive Pindar
Party. There were about two dozen
guests. During the evening delightful
ice cream and cake were served.
MRS. R. LEE YOUNG.
Death of a Most Estimable Lady Friday
After a brief illness Mrs. Bessie
Boulware Young, wife of Mr. R. Lee
Young of Lisbon, died at her home last
Friday night. The burial services took
plucc at .Lisbon Church Sunday at 11
Mrs. Young was a daughter of Mrs.
Maria Boulware of this city and she
was a most estimable woman whoso
friends ?nd relatives very greatly re
gret her death.
In addition to a large connection Mrs.
Young is survived by her husband and
Miss Aim y Todd Entertains the Hulda
A most charming party in honor of
two very popular visitors was the meet
ing of the Buttinskies with Miss Mary
Todd on Monday evening. The guests
of honor were Misses Aurelin and Car
rie Bess Vance, who are paying Miss
Todd an extended visit.
Decorations of Japanese lanterns
made the porch and lawn most attract
ive. During the evening Misses Amelia
and Lila Todd served delightful ice
cream and cake.
Those who enjoyed tins occasion were,
besides the hostess and honored guests,
Misses Donic Counts, Lalla Mae Dial,
Josie Sullivan, Zelenc Gray, Julia
Gregory, Glennie Bolt, Julia Gilkerson,
Olic Adams, Willie May Childl ess, Beth
Shell, Annie Sitgreaves, Edna Sit
greaves, Slater of Orangeburg, and
Messrs. William Lancaster, George
Blakely, Calhoun McGowan, Gordon
Garlington, Grover Peterson, James
Sullivan, Douglas Gray, Albert Simp
son, Yancey Gilkerson, Ernest East
erby, Coke Gray, John Wells Todd,
Albert Dial, Clyde Franks and Tom
Dots From Owings.
The Mock Wedding at the Gray Court
-Owings Institute was one of the most
delightful occasions of the season. Af
ter the wedding, ice cream and cake
were served by the ladies.
Mr. and Mrs. Wyley Bolt were in
Mr. George Woods and family of
Fountain Inn spent Saturday and Sun
day in town.
Mrs. S. K. Todd entertained on Fri
I day evening.
BRYAN'S FOURTH OF JULY SPEECH.
Democratic Leader Talks to London Au
dience About White Man's Burden.
William Jennings Bryan made an nd
dress before the American Society in
London, England, on the fourth of
July. The speech has been universally
pronounced a brilliant effort.
Mr. Bryan quoted a stanza from Kip
ling's poem, "The White Man's Burden"
nnd stated that it had furnished him a
text for his remarks. The selection
"Take up the White Man's burden
In patience to abide,
To veil the threat of terror
And check ehe show of pride.
By open speech and simple,
A hundred times made plain,
To seek another's profit,
And work another's gain."
The following extract gives tho sub
divisions of the address:
"Among the blessings which the
Christian nations are at this time able ?
and in duty bound?to carry to the rest
of the world, I may mention five: edu
cation, knowledge of the science of
Government, arbitration as a substitute
for war, appreciation of the dignity of
labor, and a High conception of life."
"Education comes first, and in noth
ing have the United States and Eng
land been more clearly helpful than in
the advocacy of universal handiwork."
Mr. Bryan spoke with pride of the'
efforts of American as well as English
Christians to spread the benefits of re
ligion and civilization around the world.
He also rejoiced in the part which the
president of the United States took in
bringing the war between Japan and Rus
sia to a close. He dwelt at length on the
benefits derived by nations engaged in
international commerce from learning
each other's customs. The importance
of education was emphasized and Mr.
Bryan expressed the conviction that a
good education was every man's due.
Arbitration was also considered fully,
the speaker advancing the view that
every nation of importance sign an
agreement to submit any matter under
dispute to an arbitration committee,
before resorting to violent measures.
County Summer School.
(For Colored Teachers.)
The County Summer School for col
ored teachers will begin at Laurens,
Monday, July , 1906. All teachers
who attend this school and pass a satis
factory examination will be entitled to
have their certificates renewed.
TO SPEAK ON JULY 27
Laurens People Will Have Chance io
Hear the Senator and the Fourth
Senator Tillman has written Judge
O. G. Thompson saying that he will
speak in Laurens. Friday, July* 27, at
two o'clock in the afternoon. The Sena
tor will come in that day on the noon
train from Greenwood.
Congressman Johnson, Mayor Mahon
of Greenville, and Hon. W. C. Irby, of
Laurens, candidates for congress from
thi? district, will be invited to speak on
this occasion and they will probably de
liver their addresses during the fore
The speaking will take place in the
city at Holmes' Park.
Death of a Man Well Known in Laurens
Maj. J. B. Ezell, once a familiar fig
ure in this town and county, died at his
home in Columbia Thursday night af
ter a long period of frail health. He
was up to a few years ago engaged in
the insurance business, and only gave
it up on account of his failing health,
being retired by his company on full
He was a native of Virginia. His war
record was a gallant one. He had
lived in South Carolina since 18(58 He
was a member of the Episcopal Church,
a Mason, and a director of the Carolina
National Bank for years.
He was buried on Friday afternoon
at six o'clock at Trinity Church, Colum
Maj. E/.ell was survived by his widow
and an adopted daughter, who was also
his niece, Mrs. A. H. Walker of Florida,
and by one brother and two sisters.
Many Laurens people will read of his
death with sadness.
Three to Two.
In a fast, clean game of ball hero,
yesterday afternoon between Green
wood and Laurens, the locals were de
feated by a score of 3 to 2.
Batteries: For Greenwood, Cheatham
and Tedards; Laurens?Richey and
Mrs. Wihnot Holmes and little Miss
Caroline from Granada, Miss., are ex
pected tomorrow to visit the Rev. and
Mrs. Robert Adams.
CAINE & PITTS
WE have moved our entire Stock of Furniture, Glassware, China
ware, etc., into TODD BUILDING, next door to the Laurens
Drug Company. Our new quarters gives us more space for the
better displaying of our wares, and we earnestly solicit an inspec
tion of our stock by you before purchasing elsewhere. We ofTer
you a choice line to select from.
CAINE & PITTS
LOCAL OBSERVATIONS. |
A merry crowd enjoyed n straw ride
on Friday night.
See Congressman J. T. Johnson's
card today announcing his candidacy for
Don't fail to visit our store this week.
The values will both surprise and de
light you. The Hub.
Several interesting contributions
were crowded out this week. Watch
for them in our next.
Col. and Mrs. Geo. S. McCravy at
tended the funeral of Miss Lucile
Meadows at Hopewell, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Richardson have
returned from Glenn Springs and are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan.
Mr. Henry Yeargin of Gray Court
has accepted a position as night opera
tor at the depot here. *
Misses Cornelia and Amanda Charles
of Greenville have been the guests of
Misses Annie and Gladys HulY since
Two new candidates for the legisla
ture, Messrs. John H. Sloan of Y ungs
township and John M. Cannon of this
city, are announced in today's adver
Persons desiring to announce their
friends as candidates for any office in
The Advertiser should sign their
names to the communication. Other
wise it will not be noticed.
Mr. E. P. Mintcr has returned from
New York and is preparing for another
big sale, having bought stocks of sea
sonable goods, while in the market es
pecially for this sale.
Rev. W. D. Hammett, pastor, as
sisted by the Rev. J. E. Covington of
Greenville, will conduct revival services
at Hollview Church during the week
following the Fourth Snnday in July.
A party consisting of Misses Glennie
Holt, Dee Drummond, Marie Drum
mond, Ellen Means, and Messrs. Green,
Earle Barksdale, Holmes Ferguson and
John Cannon went to Woodruff for
the Fourth of July Celebration held
If you need any kind of building ma
terial call on Mr. IL E. Gray, who
knows the business well and always
carries in stock everything ordinarily
needed for building purposes. You will
find him at the old stand. See his ad
in today's advertiser.
County Superintendent of Education
R. W. Nash returned yesterday from a
visit to the Teachers' Summer School at
Greenwood. He is delighted with the
school. Twenty-six Laurens county
teachers have enrolled during the ses
sion. The school closes Friday.
Mr. Ralph Martin arrived in the city
Friday for a two week's visit to his
grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. J. T.
Poolo and his numerous friends here,
who are delighted to sec him. Mr. Mar
tin is living in St. Louis, Mo., where he
has a lucrative position. This is his
first visit back to Laurens in three
years. Mr. Martin will visit in Nor
folk, Va., before returning to St.
Mr, Mac Irby returned on Monday
from Charleston, where he recently re
ceived his diploma from the Citadel.
Miss Isabel Bailey returned to her
home in Greenwood Friday after a
pleasant visit to MisB Donie Counts.
The Rev. Mr. Kelly, Dr. A. C. Fuller,
and Mr. John F. Holt attended the Dis
trict Conference in Greer last week.
Mrs, Foster Simpson returned on
Friday from Wilmington, where she
has beon visiting Mr. Albert Anderson.
Mr. T. J. Beachem and little daugh
ter of Rileys, Greenwood County, vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Crane last
Mrs. William Hanks and Miss Caro
line returned to Columbia Friday after
noon after a pleasant visit to Miss Wil
Mrs. Mattie Millar and Miss Love
Miller from Fredericksburg, V;\,, and
Miss Irene Philpot front Augusta, Ca.,
pre vifttting Mrs. J. M. Philpot on
Our Weekly Clinton Letter.
Clinton, July 10. Miss Elizabeth
Spencer went to Hcndcrsonvillc on
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Hale and Miss
Emma Hale are spending the summer
Miss Birdie Austin of Virginia left
for Ashevillc on Thursday iftor a three
weeks visit to various friends In Clin
Mr. Jack Burdotto, who has charge
of the new College? building, has moved
with his family to Clinton,
The lion. Wyatt Aiken visited his
Bistor, Mrs. Neville, this week.
Miss Elleno McCaslan Is visiting Miss
Mario Smith in Hendersonvillo.
Misses Julia and Eliza Neville are
visiting in Elbcrton, Ga.
Mr, J. c. Copoland of Union is still
quite ill at his father's.
Mr. Wistar Henry is up after a
tedious and critical Illness.
Mr. Robert Fair visited his mother
The Rev. Mr. Hodges, Mr. H. L.
King and Mr. R. P. Aduir attended the
District Conference at Greers last
Misses Irene and Mary Hunter Little
are at Stump Springs.
Mrs. Watts Davis visited in New
berry this week,
SCHEDULE OF THE
Executive Committee Ar
! tic First Meeting Will be Held at Laug?
i inn, August Milt, and the Last
One at Laurcus.
County Chairman G. P. Smith and
the other members of the county ex
ecutive committee who were chosen 1 y
the various township clubs in April,
met Monday and organized with Mr.
Smith as chairman and Mr. W. T.
Crews as secretary and treasurer.
The committee was called togetln r
by the county chairman for the purpO!
of arranging a schedule for the count;/
campaign, fixing assessments, etc. V,
was decided to make the assessment.-v
of all candidates $5 each, except thu
candidates for county commissioners.
As usual the first meeting will h:
held at L?ngsten Church, Scuffletowil
township, Tuesday, August 14. The
rest of the campaign is as follows:
Sardis, Aug. 15; Clinton Cotton Mill ,
night of Aug. 15; Clinton, Aug. 10;
Lydia Cotton Mill, night of Aug. !'."?;
Hopewell, Aug. 17; Cross Hill, Au; .
18; Moore's, Aug. 20; Tumbling Shoal ,
Aug. 21; Dials Church, Aug. 26)
Youngs, Aug. 24; Watts Mills, night ? L*
Aug. 24; Laurcns Court House, Aug.
2(5; Laurens Cotton Mills, night of Aug.
The following is the candidate..'
pledge, in addition to the one formerly
I, the undersigned
of the County of an I
State of South Carolina, candidate for
the office of
hereby pledge that I will not give nor
spend money or use intoxicating liquor ;
for the purpose of obtaining or indu
ing voters, and that 1 shall at the con
elusion of the campaign and before the
primary election, render to the Clerk
of Court or (Secretary of Slate as here
inbefore provided) under oath an ite
mized statement of all money spent or
provided by me during the campaign
for campaign purposes up to that time,
and 1 further pledge that I will, imme
diately after the primary election or
elections that I am a candidate in, ren
der an itemized statement, under oath,
showing all further moneys spent Of
provided by me in said election.
(iOVT.RNOR OFFERS REWARD.
For flic Apprehension of the Parly Who
Killed Old Dan Fuller.
Governor Heyward has offered a re
ward of one hundred dollars for the ap
prehension of the party or parties who
killed the old negro, Dan Fuller, in hi ;
cabin at Mountvillc during the Christ
mas holidays, 1904. The Governor'.;
proclamation appears in this issue o!
The Ad\ rrtiser.
As will he recalled Dan lived alone
and was murdered in his cabin, sup
poscdly for his money, lie was knocke I
in the head with a maul and bad been
dead two or three; days when discov
ered. Subsequently several negroes of
the Mountvillc section were avrestei .
charged with the crime but the ease
against them was nol pressed at the
following term of court.
Cross Hill News.
Mr. John 1,. Miller of Whilmiro, i.
visiting relatives in town.
Miss Fannie Black of Lexington i.-;
visiting her sister, Mrs. Walter Hill.
Mr. Algie Winn of Waterloo was it
town last week.
Miss Tinslcy of Cnrter.4vilic, Ga., i.-,
visiting Miss Belh; Madden.
OUR SPECIAL NOTICES. <;
MONEY to loan on Real Estate. J.
A. Bailey, Treasurer, Clinton, S. C.
CREPE Tissue Paper all colors
first quality?no Boconds? 10c a roll.
Laurons Drug Co. ft)-It.
FOR SALE Shingles that will last.
See me before you buy. Allen C. Bram
lett, Laurens, S. C. 40-11
A beautiful picture free Una week
with each box of Spiro powder 25c at
Laurens Drug Co. 49-U
WANTED Assistant teacher for
New Prospect School, first or second
grade cortlflcnto. W. II. Hudgons,
Trustee, U.F.D. No. 4, Laurens. S. C. Ii
GET the little baby a Hammock-Deo.
Two left. Laurens Drug Co. 49-11
BARBECUE I will furnish ;i Iiis:
class barbecued dinner on the day Son
ator Tillmnn spoaks in Laurens, July
27th. Frank Walker. 49-tf:
BREADSTONE, Don Air. Yellow
Globe, White Egg and all other good
varieties of Muist's Fresh Turnip Seed
at I,aureus Drug Co, 40-11.
WANTED -Rags and Burlaps, Mual
bo Cloail. Laurens Furniture Mann l ac
taring Co., Laurens, S. ('. 49-3t
USE Powdered Borax. It's cheap.
healthy and effective. 5c a quarter
pound. Laurens Drug Co. 49-lt
WANTED- Lumber: Pino and Poplar
delivered at our factory. Call or write
for specifications. Laurens Furniture
Manufacturing Co., Laurens, s.c. 49-3i
NAD 1 NOL A Salvo, Cream, and Soap.
Roger &. Gullet's Toilet requisites al
ways at I aureus Drue; Co.
FOR SALE Pure bred Berkshire
pigs, now ready for dclivory. Price
iSLOO to $2.60 each. W. J. Barkadale,
R.F.D.No. f>, Laurens, S. C. 49-lt
A |3 Fountain Pen for $ I this w< ok.
Will introduce l dozen at this price and
I thon makers will advance it. Laurens
1 Pruff Co. 40 a