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Mr. John Campbell was in town part
of last week.
Miss Dee Drummond is visiting at
Miss Imogen Wilkes returned from
Miss Ina and Roy Little returned
from Clinton on Thursday.
Mr. B. L. Jones of Newberry was in
town the early part of this week.
Rev. J. H. Machenof Princeton spent
several cays in the city last week.
Miss Janie Murray of Columbia is |
the guest of Mrs. F. P. McCowan.
Mrs. J. D. Watts and Master Edward
returned from Norfolk on Saturday,
Mrs. T. L. W. Bailey and children of j
Clinton visited in Laurons last week.
Mrs. Chandler and Miss Minnie Boyd
of CRnton were in Laurons last week.
Masters Frank and Karl Caine re
turned from Stomp Springs Saturday
Mrs. J. Z. Leverett and children have
gone to Hcndersonville for the sum
Mr. J. W. Taylor of Princeton spent
a day or so in the city during the past
Miss Willie Jones went to Glenn
Springs on Saturday for a couple of j
Mrs. Rosa Caine and Miss Tallulah
Caine have returned from Stomp
Miss Katherine Jones is spending
sometime in Greenville and at Chic
Mr. John N. Hudgens attended the
funeral of Mr. Fred McCarley at Seneca
Dr. and Mrs. ?. R. Mayer and chil
dren of Newberry are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. White Jones.
Miss Lila Hart's friends will be sorry
to hear that she returned from Simp
son vi tie quite sick.
Miss Leila Wilkes and Misses Juanita
and Wilkes returned from
Norfolk last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dial Gray and Mr. and
Mrs. John Garlington returned from
Stomp Springs this week.
Miss Jessie Bolt accompanied her
grand-father, Col. T. B. Crews, to the
Isle of Palms, on Monday.
Messrs. Frank Epps of Due West
and Rnnis ('handler of Greenville are
spending this week in the city.
Mi is Mary Beth Word returned to
her home in Hogansville, Ca., Wednes
day after a visit to Miss Nell Bolt,
Mrs. O. W. Leonard and little daugh
ter, Cornelia Louise, of Spartanburg,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. White Jones.
Mrs. J. W. Young and Misses Evie
and Kate Shands of Clinton were the
guests of Mrs. G. C. Albright last
Miss May Little is visiting at the
home of Mr. George Little this week.
She will join her family at Stomp
Springs next week.
Mr. J. D. Austin and family, who
have recently removed from Rock Hill
to Clinton, visited Mr. Jas. A. Clardy
and family this week.
Mr. Roy Little and his cousin, Mr.
Wilson Harris, of Clinton, went to
Augusta on Monday to visit the family
of Mr. Robert Thompson.
Mr. Sidney Armstrong of the Rabun
Creek section was in town this week
and reports that crops in his part of
the county are in tine condition.
Misses Gladys and Annie Huff are
visiting friends and relatives in Green
ville, having accompanied Misses Cor
nelia and Amanda Charles home.
Mrs. Josephine Gary Watts returned
Saturday from Kinards, where she vis
ited Mr. Craig Gary's family. She is
now at Stomp Snrings with Mrs. J. R,
Capt. Ran Little and family left for
Stomp Springs on Monday to be gone a
month. Captain Little's friends arc
glad to know that his foot is better,
though it is not yet well.
The teachers are back from the Pied
mont Summer School at Greenwood,
after spending a very pleasant month
there. This was the best attended of
the district summer schools.
Mrs. W. C. Irby, Jr., has returned
from Jacksonville, Alabama, where
she visited her old home. Her sister,
Miss Florence Stevenson, accompanied
heir ?nd will pay her an extended visit.
Mr. M. L. Copeland of THE ADVER
TI8ER, and Col. T. B. Crews, Editor or
The Laurensville Herald, wont to Char
leston on Monday to attend the meet
ing of the State Press Association at
the Isle of Palms.
Prof. B. Y. Culbertson of Madden
gave us a pleasant call Monday after
noon. Prof. Culbertson is one of the
foremost teachers in Laurens county.
He has been rcelccted principal of the
Prospect High School over which he
has presided for ten years with fine
Death of Air. Fred McCarley.
Mr. Fred McCarley, who had many
acquaintances and relatives in Laurens,
being a nephew of Mr. John N. Hud
gens, died at a hospital in St. Louis,
Mo., July 10, after a brief illness. His
remains were brought to Seneca, his
former home, for burial last Sunday.
At the time of his recent fatal illness
Mr. McCarley was holding a very im
f'rtant position with the Illinois Cen
jl\ railroad, being located at a point in
Arkansas as train dispatcher.
^?*He was twenty years old and leaves
a wife, who was Miss Annie Bridges,
of McGhee, Ark., to whom he was
??ferried about a year ago. His friends
regret his death.
Miss Pearl Clardy's Party.
The young people had a most de
lightful time at a party given by Miss
Pearl Clardy last Thursday evening.
There were about twenty-five guests,
all of whom enjoyed the evening to the
utmost. Misses Julia and Sarah Hen
doreon and Mary Hopkins served the
refreshments, whieh consisted of de
licious ice en am and cake.
Mrs. Mctlowau Knt?rtnlns in Houor oi
Mrs. Frank P, McGowan entertained
Oil Friday evening in honor of her
r.urst, Miss Junto Murray of Columbia.
About two dozen couples of the young
poord; of Laurens enjoyed this de
lightful affair. The evening was marked
by its informality and this added to the
pleasure of the guests. Miss Murry is
a young lady of many attractions and
will make many friends in Laurens.
During the evening delicious refresh
ments were served.
Fine Speech Abide by Dr. J. H. Miller.
At a meeting of the surgeons of the
Seaboard Air Line system at Savan
nah. Ca.. last Friday, Dr. J. II. Miller
of Cross Hill made the response on lie
half of the convention to the address
of welcome made by Dr. Ralston Latti
tnore. The daily papers of Savannah
gave very complimentary accounts of
Dr. Miller's speech. The Savannah
'?President Neulfer called on Dr.
.John H. Miller of Cross Hill, S. C, to
make rospone, in the absence of (I. G.
Holladay of Portsmouth, who was on
the program for this address.
"Dr. Miller's impromptu effort was
appropriately worded, ami expressed in
A South Carolinian, Dr. (}. A. Neuf
for of Abbeville, was president of the
convention, Dr. LeGrnnd Guerry of
Columbia read one of the best papers
before the association. There were
about a dozen South Carolinians in at
tendance. Among them were Dr.
Miller and Dr. E. \V. Pinson of Cross
George Shaver, the man who was ar
rested in Spartanburg on the charge of
marrying a girl under legal age, and
when he was out on bail for that ar
! rested on a charge of perjury, wascon
| vicled of both crimes in the court of
j general sessions in Spartanburg on
Thursday. The father of the girl
pushed the case and was desirous of
bringing the charge of abduction also,
, but the judge threw it out on the ground
j that she was brought from North Caro
lina and he had no jurisdiction.
TWO REVIVAL MEBT1NQS.
Personals nni) Locals From tue Pea
Pen Ridge, July 17.-Mr. Victor
Weather, who has been attending a
business college in Atlanta, Ga., will
return home to-morrow.
Mrs. Jane Park, of (ireenwood, vis
ited the family of Mr. R. (). llairston
Miss Ella Ulakely was the guest of
Miss Loafe Weathers last Monday.
Miss Lena Cunningham was the guest
of Miss Eliza Malono last Monday.
Miss Neanie Taylor visited the fam
ily of Mr. William Jennings last week.
Mrs. Leeseo Cunningham and daugh- I
tor visited Miss Polly Jeans last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ulakely visit oil
Hu; family of Mr. T. J. Weathers last
Rev. Mr. Kelly began a protracted
meeting at Loosville church last Sun
day night, which, we suppose, will con
tinue a week.
Rev. W. 1). Hammett will also begin
a meeting at Rollview on the fourth
County Assessor Waylaid.
J. W. Coulter, of Leslie, S. I)., As
sessor of Stanley County, relates the
following: "I was waylaid by a compli
cation of throat and lung trouble.;,
bronchitis, asthnmn and a terrible
cough, which had nffected mo for
years, when 1 was persuaded to try Dr.
King's New Discovery. Relief came
almost immediately, and in a short
time a permanent cure resulted." No
other medicine compares with it as a
sure and quiek cure for coughs and
colds. It cures after all other remedies
have failed. Every bottle guaranteed
at Laurens Drug' Co. and Palmetto
Drug Co. Price 50 cents anil $1.00.
Governor Hey ward and his staff will
go to Chicamaugo August Sib.
ttocky ftamtain Tea f-lwggets
A Busy Medicine- for Bu.y People.
Clings Golden Health and Renewed Visor.
A oncolflo for Constipation, Indigestion, T.lvrr
and Kldaoy troubles, iMmples, Kczomn, liupnru
niooii. ami Drouth, sh';T'.'ish Dowels, llouduchu
nuil Uuokacho. its Koslty Mountain Ton in lob
let form, :i"i routs u box, GcnillnO mndo by
noM.isri.it Ditua Company, Madison, Win.
GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
THROUGH THE STATE.
Anderson entertained the District
Conference last week.
Abbeville and Hock Hill have both
organized up-to-date commercial clubs.
The contract has been let for a hand
some bank building for the new Dank
of Commerce in Greenville.
The annual camp meeting of the
Wosleyan Methodists will be hold Aug
ust 1st to 12th at Central, S. C.
A farmer In Colleton County killed
his wife and four children with an axe
last week. He is believed to be insane.
Mr. .1. H. Thornwell of Kort Mill has
boon elected to succeed Mr. L. T.
Maker a>s principal of Mt. '/.ion Institute
Mr. Roswoll T. Logan, telegraph edi
tor of the News and Courier, died at
his home in Charleston, July lltb, af
ter a brief Illness.
Mr. Isaac Callaham, an old bachelor
of Anderson County, died lately and
left properly valued at over $10,000 to
the Connie Maxwell Orphanage at
On June 21st the town of North had
a lire, the losses by which wer? esti
mated at $25,000. On July Mth an
other lire broke out there. The loss
was less severe than before, a sale and
feed stable with contents being burned.
Acting Mayor McGowan of New
York has vetoed a resolution of the
board of aldermen of that city allowing
an orchestra of the Orphans' Aid So
ciety of Charleston, S. C, togivo con
certs ami takv* up collections on the
streets of New York.
Two freight trains collided on the
trestle of the Seaboard Air Line Rail
way near Columbia last Wednesday.
Conductor Snead died from injuries re
ceived. A flagman was severely in
jured, but his recovery is expected.
Several others were slightly hurt.
Mr. Me Ivor Krvin of Darlington was
lost at sea last week. He was a pas
senger on the steamer Apache from
New York to Charleston and disap
pcarcd from the steamer mystoriously
off the coast of North Carolina. He is
supposed to have fallen overboard ac
cidentally and drowned.
Dr. Chas. A. Lallet 1
(>flicc, I .aw Rnu^c.
I 'Photic 189, Laurens, S. C.
TO BUY DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES, MILLINERY, NOTIONS, ETC.
We will help you to Save Your Hard-Earned Money.
We believe in SHORT PROFIT and QUICK SALFiS.
We have the MOST COMPLETE Line of Goods ever shown under one roof in I?aureus. Whatever your needs may be
come to RED IRON RACKET. We can't hold our goods, for the juice is so "Red Hot" the goods keep moving.
UED IRON RACKET is a friend of yours. Conic and see him. He has many, many friends, and is wailing
to welcome von to-dav, so come at once.
Cut Prices in the Bargain Basement!
Coolest place in the City. It's the place of Sight Seeing and Bargain Buying. Two Car-loads of Crockery, Lamps and
Glassware, Tin and Enameled Ware.
We are completely out of the High-Price District one hundred yards from High-Price District.
Your Suit is here. Come and try it on. The price is all right; the
tit is guaranteed; quality is guaranteed. If you are single, a wife is
guaranteed. If you arc; married the suit guarantees you peace, com
fort and happiness in your home. Suits from
$3.98, $4.75, $6.97 up to $14.75.
Come and see our watches from 68c up to - $12.97
Fine line of Trunks and Grips, 98c, Si.25, #1.98,
#2.48, $3.50 and $7.50 Grip for - - - 5.00
Come and sec our Pants. They arc the finest on
earth for the money. Will go like this: <ySc.
Si. 2 s;, #1.48 gets a #2.00 pair. #2.25 gets as good
pair as you get elsewhere for #3.00. $5.00 pants 3.5?")
Special prices on Rugs. Come and sec them 35c to >(M>
Dress up and he jolly. .Shirts 19c to 98c. Good
Guitars - 2.48
25c Suspenders ? - - - . - -.13
10c .Suspenders ....... ,08
One set White Plates 33c, cut price, - - - .25
One set White Plates 25c, cut price - - - ,18
One lot White Plates 50c, cut price - - - ,39
One set Decorated Plates K3C, Cttt price - - .69
One set Cups and Saucers, white, cut price - - .25
One set Cups and .Saucers 50c, cut price - - ,39
One set Cups and Saucers 98c, cttt price - - .75
One Pie Plate,. .02
One large Pie Pan, ...... ,05
One largo Wash Pan,. ,05
One large ioquart Bucket, - - - - .12
One large 8-qtuirt Bucket,. .09
One set nice Tumblers,. .18
One nice Lamp, - - - - - - - .iK
One large hand Lamp, ..... .30,
$1.56 Rug, large size,. .98
'?39 Rug, 6 feet long,. .98
1.25 Picture Frame,. .79
1.75 Picture Frame,. r.oo
Ih'o assortment of Bowls and Pitchers, Hat and deep, Gravy
Bowls, Soup Plates, Steak Dishes, Chambers,
Ewers and Basins.
To fit everybody's foot. So come at once ami see our stock of
Shoes. We guarantee them solid leather. It pays you to got a good
Shoe, so come and see them. Our prices an- like this:
98c, $1.25, $1.48, $1.98, $2.15, $2.48,
$2.98, $3.25, $3.39.
Calicoes, ... -
Se Ginghams, ?
Search Light Matches per box
Three boxes Search Light Matches
Farm Bell Soda per package,
Two big cakes Victory .Soap,
loc box Toilet Soap, 3 cakes in a box.
3 1 .c and 5c
- - 6c
?>c, be, 8c, roc
1 - .|C
4C, or 3 for r< ?c
Caps and Hats at way down prices. Now is your time
to get I Iats and Caps.
Our Millinery Department is looking line, so you get a
Hat from us and yon will look line too. Any price.
Notions and Small Ware.
co-cakes Victory Soap, price
[,ooo Oragan Matches- -you can't match 'em
toccan Good Luck Baking Powders,
05c can Good Uuck Baking Powders,
05c package- Premium Washing Powders,
Twenty fresh Nutmegs, cut price
roc bottle Extract of Lemon, cut price
loc bottle Extract of Vanilla, cut price
05c package Celluloid Starch, cut price
t pound ,Epsom Salts, roc, our cut price,
1 pound best sifted Black Pepper, cut price,
1 pound best sifted Spice,
1 pound best Ginger, cut price,
1 pound good Parched Coffee, 20c everywhere,
Special lot Men's Linen Collars, the well-known
Clttet-Pcabodv Brand, worth i2'.c, cut price
.< )2 1
We trust that everything you bin- from us will prove
satisfactory in everv respect. If for any reason you arc not
satisfied with anything you buy from us, we ask that you
report the matter to 11s at once that it may be adjusted to
yonr entire satisfaction. We want your trade, and will
serve you well. Standard Quality and Lower Prices is
RED IRON RACKET
More Goods for Same Money.
Same floods lor Less Money.
Originators of Low Prices.
I.atirens, (ireenwood and
Side and Back
are still in the height of fashion, ami
will also l?e worn tin's spring and
summer. We have the latest
styles of fancy Combs from *
$1.25 to $7.00
per sot of three. Also the newest de
signs in Bracelets, Hat Pins, CulT
Tins, Fobs and Crosses.
Give Us a Call Before
University of South Carolina,
Scholarship Examinai i< >n.
nrlll'l UNIVERSITY OK SOUTH
I CAROLINA offers Scholarships in \
the Normal Department i<> two young
men from each County. Each Scholar
ship is worth $40 in money and $18
matriculation or "term" fee.
Examination will be held at County
seat FRIDAY. JULY lith. Examinn-1
lion for admission to the University
will be held ;tt the same time.
Write for information to
BENJAMIN SLOAN, President,
46-td Columbia, S. C.
an.t WHI8KEY HABITS
care<l at home v.itli
oni pain, nook of par*
ticulnril srtit Kttr'.K.
I I IUI I I I ?!???!I ? h. m. wooi.i.HY. m. 1>.
bfjW Atlanta,iAa, Office KHN.Pryoi sttcct.
U N I V E R S 1 T Y
OF NORTH CAROLINA.
Head of the State's Educational Sytdom.
Medicine, Pharma< v.
Library contains t:i,uoi> volume; . X? '.
waterworks, electric lights, central
heating system. Now dormito
ries, gymnasium, ^. M.
0. A. building.
(">si Students. 7-1 in Faculty.
The Fall term begins Sept. 10, 1900.
FRANCIS P. VENABLE, I'KRSIDKNT
ClIAPloi. 1111.i., N. C.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in nil K?'.te Cmtrls
Prompt attention given to ?11 htvsini
Charleston & Western Carolina Rnilwa)
(Schedule in effect April 16, 1905.)
Lv I ?aursns l: 50 pm
Ar Greenwood 2- 46
Ar Augusta 5:20 ??
Ar Anderson 7: 10 "
Lv Augusta '.;::?."> pin
Ar Allondalo 1:30 "
Ar Fairfax 4: 11 "
Ar Charleston V: 10 "
Ar Beau ford <">: ;5o "
Ar Bort Royal (!: 40 "
Ar Savannah ('-: 45 ''
Ar Waycross 10:00 "
I v Laurens 2:07 pm
Ar Spartanburg :i: :'?(> "
No. 52 No. 87
Daily Ex. Sudday
Lv Lauren/. 2:09 pm 8:00am'
Ar Groonvillo 3:25 " 10:20 "
Akkivai.s: Tri iin No. 1, Daily, from
Augusta and intermediate stations 1: 45
pm; No, daily, from Groonvillo and in
lermedlatostations l :85pm; No.sv,daily,
except Sunday, from Greenville and
intermediate stations 6:40pm; train No.
2, daily, from Spartanburg and interm
ediate station.; 1: 80 p m.
C. H. Gasque. Agt., Lauren-, S. C.
G. T. Bryan. GonM Agt. GronovilloS.C
Ernest Williams, Cen. I'ass. Agt.,
T. M. Emerson, Traffic Managor.
C0LLE0R OP CHARLESTON,
Charleston, s. c.
Entrance examinations will be held in
the County Court House on Friday,
July 6, a? 9 a. m. One Frei Tuition
Scholarship to each county of South
Carolina awarded by the County Super
intendent of Education and Judge Ol
Probate. Board and furnished room In
Dormitory, $U, a month. All candi
dates for admission are, permitted to
compete for vacant Boyee Scholarships
which Day $100. a year. For catalogue
and information, address
"Oh, I AM 0 TIRED!"
Is hoard daily from <>ld and young, rich and poor. Did you over stop and cons idor
die ( au c 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 oa
nervousness, nausea, heart-burn, sour stomach, flatulency and despondency,
hould be n warning to you who are in danger of having indigestion, the great
est enemy oi American health to-day, fasten its merciless fangs on your health.
Remember, "A Stitch in time saves nine", and n bottle of the celebrate d
Kellum's Sure Cure for Indigestion has saved untold misery to people in many
pai ls of ilii:'. broad land, by curing them permanently of this miserable disease.
Yes, no*! 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 greal rectifier of its own ills, with the assistance of this powerful medicine,
gives yon a h lalthy 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.
C.N. & Ii. Rai'road Co
Schedule in effect November 21*1, 1!):)4:
No. 62 No. '.'1 No. 8fi
Pai lotisror MIxotl ox? I'Yolif'it ox*
Daily < ? i>i Sun- coi>t Sun*
I ,v Columbia 1110 an) 6 IS i> m 100 nm
nr Now In tvy l2i)0 pin 7 0S pin ?'J'i-'? am
nr Clinton i i> m 8 IB i> in f> 2f> a in
ai' l^uiroiiH i '.: pin 8 45 pin i; an a in
No. M No. 22 No. 81
|,\ lifcurcmi 2 (W |im 700 a in G20 pin
nr (Mini hi ? ! pin 7 81) am 0 00 pin
nr Nowliciry 1110 jnn 8 85 am 7 05 pin
ur Columbia 4J5 i> in 10 30 am 015 pm
('. 11. CASQUE. Ag-ont.
DR. CLIFTON JONES
OFFICE IX SIMMONS BUILDING
Bhonei Oflico No. 86; Residence 219.
dr. (j. c. albright,
Oflico over Reoplea Loan and Ex
change Bank, Laurens, S. C
N. 13. Dial.
A. ?. TODDi
DIAL & TODD,
Attorneys and Coun
sellors at Law.
Enterprise Bjink and Todd Otlico Bui
La u r en s i S. C.
QUICKEST AND BEST ROUTE
To Savannah.Waycross, Jacksonville and
nil Florida Points, via Charleston
and Western Carolina Railroad.
Leave Laurens, 1:50 p. in.
Close connections made at Jackson
ville for all points South.
Round trip Winter Tourist Excursion
tickets to Florida points on sale.
GEO. T. BRYAN,
General Agent, Greenville, S. ('.
C. H. Gasquc, Agt., Laurens, S. ('.
Ernest Williams, CP.A.. Augusta, Ga.
10:30 i?. in.
2:50 a. m.
6:05 a. m.
8:40 a. m.
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