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taft and sherman
William Howard Taft, of Ohio, for
President; James Sehoolcraft Sherman,
of Now York, for Vice President. This
is the Republican ticket as named at
Chicago last week by the National Con
vention. Both were nominated on the
first ballot, Mr. Taft receiving 702 of
the 980 votes cast by the Convention
and Mr. Sherman 816. Mr. Taft's
nomination was made unanimous upon
the announcement of the first ballot.
Mr. Taft is a member of President
Roosevelt's cabinet, being the Secretary
of War, while his running mate has
represented a New York district in
Congress for the past 18 years.
C0LLE0E STUDENTS RETURNED.
Other News From Mountville For Laur
ens County Readers.
Mountville, S. C, June 15.? Our col
lege students are coming home for the
Slimmer. Misses Ruth Stokes and Fan
nie V. Smith, from Rock Hill; Miss
Lizzie Mitchell, from Limestone; Miss
Lillie Culbertson, from G. N. and I.
College; Mr. Alsey Mitchell, from Wof
ford; Mr. Henry Fellers, from South
Carolina University, and Mr. Clarence
Jones, from Erskine. Misses Marie
Stokes and Ruth Crisp have also re
turned from their respective teaching
in Greenville and Greenwood counties.
Mr. John C. Cluck, Mrs. J. M. Sim
mons and Mr. James Winebrener went
on the special train last Monday to the
Confederate reunion at Birmingham.
Mrs. Simmons and Mr. Winebrener will
visit the former's sister, Mrs. Dr.
Langley, at Camp Hill, while away.
Mr. W. P. Culbertson attended com
mencement of the Georgia Normal and
Industrial College at Milledgeville, Ga.,
from which institution his daughter.
Pi Hie, has just graduated.
Prof. Edwin Werte, of Memphis, af
ter spending a few days here with his
parents, left last week for Chicago,
where ho will spend the summer in
Hon. W. C. Irby, of your town, was
hero last week on professional business.
.1. L. Feller;; and S. J. Rasor are at
tending court this week as jurors.
One of the most interesting meetings
kho fourth union of Laurens Associat ion
has bad for several years was held here
the fifth Saturday and Sunday in May.
Every sermon, every talk and all dis
cussions were marked for warmth and
spiritual earnestness, and mutual fel
lowship and unanimity pervaded every
ses sion. Sunday aft ernoon was devoted
to the ordination "of Rev. W. P.Turner,
of Bathabara church, to the gospel
ministry. A presbytery for this pur
pose was composed of the ministers and
deacons present of the union. Rev. C.
L, Fowler conducted the examination.
Rev. J. A. Martin preached the ordina
tion sermon, Rev. S. R. Brock delivered
the charge and Rev. C. I.. Fowler led
At the last meeting of Mountville
Literary Society an interesting debate
was had on the question, "Resolved,
that conscience is a correct moral
guide." It was decided in favor of the
affirmative. An original character
sketch was prepared and read by J.
II. Motes. Subject: "WilliamJennings
Bryan." This was followed by some
discussion in which Bryan was pro
nounced the leading democrat and a
great American statesman. Prof. A.
?Q. Rice, of Greenwood, was present
and by invitation participated in the
exercises. Compulsory education is the
next subject and the Influence of the
South Carolina Press is the subject for
the next paper.
lie ?Ot What He Needed.
"Nim? years ago it looked as if my
time hadVome," says Mr. C. Farthing,
of Mill Creek, Ind. Ter. "I was so run
down that life hung on a very slender
thread. It was then my druggist rec
ommended Electric Ritters, i bought
a bottle and I got y/lpjt I needed
Strength. I had one foot in the grave,
but Electric Hitters put it back on the
turf again, and I've been well ever
since. '' Sold under guarantee at Lau
rons Drug Co.'s and Palmetto Drug
i Jo. 's drug stores. 50c.
Hanged for His Crime.
Tom Patterson, the Alabama negro
who was convicted In April of the mur
der of JelT B. Knight, tho Oldest son of
Mr. Neal Knight, of the Tumbling
Shoals section, was banged at Shelby,
Ala., Saturday, June 13th. Mr. Knight,
accompanied by one of his younger sons,
Mr. Todd Knight, witnessed the 0XCCU
Won of his son's murderer.
worse than Onions
Bad Breath From Indigestion Cfltltiot he
Overcome With Perfumes.
Nine-tenths of the offensive breath is
a result Of stomach trouble. It cannot
be overcome by breath perfumes or any
other palliative measures.
If you have a bad breath; if there is
heart biun, flatulence and gulpings of
undigested food; if the stomach burns
or smarts; if there is sleeplessness,
nervousness, headaches or any other
symptoms of indigestion, use Mi-o-na
Stomach tablets and get well.
A little 50-CCnt box of Mi o-na stom
ach tablets lasts for a couple of week
and will ward Off a dozen mild attacks
of indigestion, while its continued use
Will give an absolute and complete cure
Laurens Drug Co. have seen so many
cures made by Mi-o-na stomach tablets
that they give a guarantee with every
>>..x to refund the money if it fails.
LOCAL AM) PERSONAL MENTION. ^
Mr. D. IL Roper, of Fountain Inn,
was in the city Friday on business.
Mr. E. Lee Pitta, of Clinton, attended
court here last week as a juror.
Mr. II. P. Burdcltc, of Lanford Sta
tion, was in the city Thursday.
Miss Emily Burnsidos, of Greenwood,'
is visiting Miss Susie Cray on Sullivan
Mrs. Nancy Harper and daughter,
Miss Susie, spent a few days in Clinton
Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Cray, of
Woodruff, Bpent Sunday in the city with
the family of Mr. II. K. Cray.
Every business and professional man
in the city, whether members or not,
should make it a point to attend tho an
nual meeting tomorrow afternoon of
the Chamber of Commerce. It will be
held in the court house at 5 o'clock.
Miss Mary Simpson, in company with
her brother, Dr. .1. Knox Simpson, who
graduated recently in medicine from the
University of Pennsylvania, is on ani
extended visit to Philadelphia and New
Mrs. A. L. Adamsand Mrs. Thomas I
M. Kennedy and son. .lames Lowrance,
of Greenville, are spending a while in]
the city with relatives.
Several candidates received the ordi
nance of baptism at Che First Baptist
church last Wednesday evening.
Mr. .1. iL lusfi, a good friend of The
Advertiser atal a successful farmer of |
the White Plains section, Cross Hill
township, was in the city Friday.
Mr. Thus. .1. Layton, a prominent
citizen of Lanford, spent Friday night
in the city anil attended the regular
meeting of Laurcns Lodge, No. 260, A.
F. M. He was the guest of Mr. E. E.
Bishop, superintendent of Watts Mills.
Mr. John M. Cannon visited at Lan
ford Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. W. G. Lancaster spent week end
at his home in Spartanburg county.
Miss Grif Dorroh, of Greenville, is in
the city visiting Miss Mayme Ferguson.
Mrs. Sam Talley, of Fairfax, is vis
iting her mother, Mrs. W. L. Boyd.
In a note from Ml*. V. S. .lone.' Sat
urday from Washington, D. ('., he re
quests his address changed from loll
Fast street to lues Pennsylvania avenue,
and extends his "host wishes to our
new editor and old Advertiser."
Mr. Jas. A. Clnrdy, in evidence of his |
excellent gardening, exhibited this week
some very line pole beans of unusual
size. They are of the Kentucky variety
and had grown to lengths varying from
six to ten inches.
Wit ' '-np College Scholarship anil En?
The examination for the award of va
cant Scholarships in Winlerop College
and for the admission of now Students
will bo held at the County Court House
on FRIDAY. JULY 3 at !? a. m. Ap
plicants must not lie less than fifteen
years of age. When scholarships are
vacant after .July :t. they will be award
ed to those making the highest average
at this examination, provided they meet
the conditions governing tin' award.
Applicants for scholarships should write
to President Johnson before tho exam
ination for Scholarship examination
Scholarships are worth $100 and free
tuition. The next session will open
September 16, 1908. For further infor
mal ion and Catalogue, address
President D. P.. JOHNSON,
;i;?-tf Rock Hill, S. C.
The News at Oray Court.
Gray Court, S. C. Juno 22.?Tho di
rectors of the Rank of Cray.Court met
Saturday and decided on tho location
and voted on cashier Mr. I,. R. Rrooks
being elected to fill this*position.
The bank will open for business Sept.
1st and with such gentlemen aa Mr. C
R. Wallace and P. R. Rrooks at the
head we are sure it will prosper. These
gentlemen have tie best wishes of the
community in the handling of the now
enterprise which will soon begin busi
Miss Will Lou Cray, of Lnurens, was
in town Saturday.
Miss Rose Elrod, of Piedmont, is the
guest of Mrs. R. M. Du Boso.
Miss Lizzie Brunson, of Kock Hill, is
visiting Miss Mary Garrison.
Mr. W. H. 11. Hams has about com
pleted Ida neu residence in town and
will move in within a short time. We
welcome Mr. Hollams to our town and
all other good people like him.
Mr. Roy DuBoso, of Columbia, is
staying with relatives here for a few
days on his wa\ from Woflford College,
where he attended school last session.
Mrs. Nannie OwlngS is very ill, hav
ing been taken very suddenly Sunday
morning. We nope for her a speedy
OPENING HALL AT
Invitations have been issued for the
opening ball at Harris Springs Hotel,
which occ urs the night of July 3d, and
it is hoped a large gathering will be
present as a most enjoyable time is
promised. A fine orchestra will la-on
hand and everything done to make this
the most memorable bail in the history
of Harris Springs Hotel. The hotel is
under the direct management of Mr.
11. /.. Rees, formerly of the Piedmont
in Atlanta and the Jefferson in Rich
mond. It will be conducted on tho most
liberal lines. The hotel has been thor
oughly renovated and everything put in
first class condition. II is the intention
of the manngemeOl to make it the lead
ing resort of the South.
What Sh3ll We Have fo: ?escerti
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[davon*: -i.fi.i'ii,(i (Mivt'i ltiM|ttN!riy, Sttawlittry,
Chocolate, Cherrj, 1". n. Ii.
NOMINATED FOR LEGISLATURE.
Dr. Culbertson, Native of Laurens, Named
in Georgia Primary.
Dr. II. L. Culbertson, a native of
Laurens county, but who has been liv
ing in Georgia for several years, was
nominated for the legislature from Lin
coln county in recent primary. He has
many relatives in Laurens county who
will be glad to learn of his election.
Dr. Culbertson is an uncle of Prof. J.
B. Watkins of this place.?Honea Path
Clemson Agricultural College
The examination for the award of
Scholarships in Clemson Agricultural
College will be held in the County Court
House on Friday, July 3rd, at 9 a. m.
Applicants must till out proper forms, to
be secured from the County Superin
tendent of Education, before they will
be allowed to stand the examinations.
For detailed information apply to the
Supt. of Education or to the President
of Clemson College.
Applicants for admission to the col
lege, who are not seeking for the schol
arships, will also stand entrance exam
inations at the court house July 3d.
The Scholarships arc worth $100 and
The next session of the college opens
Sept. 9, 1908.
For catalogues and information apply
ot P. H. MELL, President.
TO PICNIC AT ROSEMONT.
Greenwood T. P. A.'s Arranging for Pic
nic at Home of Col. R. N. Cuningham.
The following news dispatch from
Greenwood will be of interest to many
people in Laurens:
"Greenwood, June 15. ?Greenwood
T. P. A. 's are getting busy. At a meet
ing of Post F Saturday night there was
quite a lot of interest shown. There
were several good talks made, and the
board of directors was appointed a
committee to make arrangements to
have a big T. P. A. picnic in August,
the plans now are to have a basket pic
nic at Rosemont and have a special
train to carry at least 200 men, women
and children to these beautiful picnic
grounds to spend a day of fun, fishing,
eating and let every one know some of
the good things tho T. P. A.'sare doing
in this State.
"We think a big basket T. P. A. pic
nic will help the T, P. A. cause in this
section and get tho ladies and children
interested in our grand order. If we
succeed in getting them to give us
their good will and kind words there is
no telling what tho T. P. A.'s can do in
this State. We believe that the social
feature should be given more attention
and get all the local people to know
what and who we are. There should be
I lots of honorary members in each post.
Let them join in all the public gather
ings. We want every T. P. A. in this
i Slate to keep on the lookout for new
members so we can have at least 1,500
of the boys in good standing by this
time next year.
"We are glad to note the interest
shown in Columbia and Darlington
posts and hope every post will make a
I special effort this year, for we are al
ready a great power in this Slate and
can double our membership with a little
We are always glad to have our
Greenwood friends cross tho border and
enjoy the historic resorts of Laurens
county. No more hospitable host can
be found in a day's travel than Col.
Robt. N. Cuningham, the master of
Rosemont. He is always pleased to
welcome visitors and his treasures of
art china and books are heirlooms worth
Miss Daisy Helle Robertson, a most
amiable and estimable young lady, after
a lingering illness of several months,
died at her home at Cross Hill on the
( Veiling of the 28th ultimo.
She was the lovable daughter of Mrs.
Mary H. Robertson and the late Van B.
The visitation of tho Sable Monarch,
Death, ever brings sadness, mourning
nnd tears, but when it gathers within
its cold embrace one who had scarcely
more than reached the age of sweet,
lender young womanhood, as in this In
stance, then indeed such dispensation
seems doubly sad and mournful. And
thus one wdio pens this feeble tribute
lei her memory feels it a personal grief
and sadness he who had known and
seen her from tender girlhood grow to
womanly grace, beaut y and intelligence.
Put she was called hence. The Great,
Omnipotent, finger touched her and she
sleeps the sleep of tin* just.
As she languished with true Christian
resignation upon her couch of sickness,
slowly but surely dying, (of which she
was (dearly conscious,) she spoke cheer
fully of its approach and seemed to
gladly welcome its coming. Why, then,
should mother, sister, kindred or fro nds
mourn f >r one wdio has only exchanged
a lorrcstrlal for an eternal, celestial
life beyond the stars?
Daisy Robertson was a young lady of
most ffcntlo, sweet disposition, combin
ing all the virtues and womanly graces
peculiar to her sex, and was loved and
admired by all who knew her, leaving
behind troops of friends to mourn her
departure to the realms of everlasting
rest and happiness.
Have You Bought all the
You Will Need This Summer?
If not be sure to see our Sine of Mason Fruit
Jars as we have a few more left, in half gallon,
quart and pint sizes, with Porcelain lined tops
and the best quality of Rubbers. We can supply
your needs in extra Fops, Rubbers and Jelly Tum
blers* tat=- = ?="?*=?=?
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Presbyterian Organ Sol
Wo have sold the First Pro ibyterinn
church a very lino Starr piano and re
ceived in exchange as part payment : In
famous old Mason & Handln organ,
which for many year wa noted I
pretty tone he joy ?>f many happy oc
casions. It is a pleasure to inform the
1 .aureus church that i' is now Ihu de
light of the congregation of the Fort
Hill Presbyterian church at Cnlhoun,
S. ('. L. A. McCOUIL
SAYS IT IS PACT
I.aureus Drug Co. Confirm Guaranty tm
Hyoinci, Cure for Ca in it.
As some people have raised the ques
tion as to whether Laurens Drue, Co.
will refund the money if llyomei does
not do all that is claim <1 for it in cur
ing catarrh, the want I'ho Laurens Ad
vertiser to state positively (hat tili of
for is a fact and is made in per fee
It is the best proof of llvoi
live powers in all cat anna I :
You do not risk a cent in t
healing merits, for Laurel < o.
take all the risk.
If you have catarrh try thi i wo '?? r
ful medicated air of llyom It dm
not drug or disarrange theslon eh, i til
is hr<*at hed t hroup ham
baler, part of every out tu, i I i.h<
medication reaches the mo mole air
cells, dest roying all catarrhal germs and
curing the disease. Under Laurent
Drug Co.'s guarantee you can lot ei ?II
ing by giving llyomei a trial,
It is a sad commentary on the hon i
wife when the husband prefers baker's
It beats all whai a big lonesome a
little house can hold when the hah
are all away.
A lot of men who are wailing for
ships to come in have failed to
Some mothers think so mtich of a
clean house that they overlook tie1 idea
of a comfortable home.
How easy it is for a hau l on ? woman
to make a man think sho is inton ted
in what ho is Raying.
Nothing looks funnier for a mil
than the young man who is lotting a
little bunch Of fuz/. grow i front "f
The man who never earns mot
than be is paid for is Ihe man
always complaining because he i
It is a very scriou3 matter to ask m
for one medicine and havo the H
wrong ono Riven you. Fo?" this B
reason we urge you in buying m
to be careful to get the genuine-- |
The reputation of this old, rell.i
blo medicine, for constipation, 11
digestion and liver trouble, i". firm
ly established. It docs not imitate
other modicines. It is better than
others, or it would not be tho fa
vorito liver powder, with a larger
aalo than all others cond>iucd.
SOLD IN TOWN F2
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"The best Range
brains and experience
have ever produced.'*
oft 1 ' I'uou
ARE BETTER BECAUSE:
Th< yc.vo \)\\\Y, onficientlflo prinoiplos
? i material used hi so distributed
uh .<> do i lie mow good*
They arc just heavy onough to bo
i.I, durable and issi lag,
Tho Ptronn'honotl parts are lllOBO
v. Iioro t ii!' IhOfv. ar is.
ThO waiirf art! Asboslon lined.
I boy ar ladobf 1l< I, 00 nse(pioi?'%;"
ila > ar i. Lronjjaad cannot eracls
perfect end lot
vise, |)erf0c< ion h
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perfect seel ional
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close out. I Jon'
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need of one il u
anything in our
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11 vii til and Controlled b\ Ihc Presbyteries til the Synod hi
A Iligh'Grado Col lego forVVoiuon A ChrUlini II?
c aduate eoursos in the Arts and SficiHT.s, MiiKii-, A i t, I |
lie and Ilusihoss; large and able I'ueulty; lleatiliful '
liuildings; Modern Conveniences; lloaltliful Climate; ' ci
Section, and in city of ?5,000, Rxponsi ; for the onlir
A. Tuition, hoard, room and IV ::::::
I'.. All included in proposition (A ) and tuition in Mil
Ait or Expression $20.'l.tiil t*? i i : : :
Tho next session opens September |7tb. For call
17 lot Address S. C. I.YIU), Ih
V I I
Wltj Send Voiir Daughter t<? Clifford
1. !t is n high class school for young
:'. It receives :i limited number <>f
Indents Und thus gives to each pupil
I In individual attention of the instrue
'. |l hart n full corps of trained loach
!. it furnishes full courses of study,
literary, um leal and commercial. The
literary course i' thorough and leads to
ilu degrt.i* At H. The husinewi
course furnishes an opportunity to the
ludenl lo t-?111ii> herself for earning ;i
o. 'I ho cosl i i exceedingly reasonable,
of . ,11,
Thtii'c is hol i:. iho :?' . >? :. i I. health
ful rlimale il t'ti ''nipi . \ ho ivat?i*
supply is pure find plonlifi '. Thehuilri
iih's id" the institution :?? ruin fort nhlo
a ; motil al tft'oW! Ii.
Write at oiloi.' lor on and
prices". It wdi pay you to Inveslurnto
tho merits <?(' till institution. Address
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