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LAURENS, S. C? JULY 22, 1908.
John Wesley Shedd, a negro, was
hanged In Winnsboro last Friday for
double murder. The newspaper report
of the hanging says: "He addressed
the immense crowd which surrounded
the jail in a few words this morning,
telling them to never touch whiskey, to
which he attributed the source of his
crime, and to live asgood men should."
This is but one of the thousands of in
stances where crime is traceable to
whiskey, and yet some good men con
tend that we must furnish this cause
which has such disastrous effect.
Till- SENATORIAL CANDIDATES.
On Friday next, twenty-fourth, the
candidates for United Slates senator
will be in Laurens to address the voters
of this county. We wish to urge the
attendance of all Laurens voters that
they may hear these aspirants for pub
lic ollicc, meet them face io face, and
then make up their minds how they
shall vote. The election of a senator
is an important matter and the choice
should fall upon the man best qualified
to represent the interests of all South
Carolina in the congress of the United
States. Lot all the people come and
hear the claims set forth.
The campaigners have completed
more than half their engagements and
are now almost on the home stretch.
While no one can predict how an elec
tion is going, there are certain signs
upon which estimates can be based.
From observation and personal contact
with many voters of the State we are
of the opinion that the leaders in the
race now are Smith and Khett, the lat
ter having gained wonderful strength
in the past two weeks. Hvans has to
all appearances lost ground every day,
though there is still a possibility that
he may be in the second race. John
stone makes a line impression and WO
believe he will get a good vote. Mar
tin and Lumpkin, excellent men both,
are in our opinion out of the running.
The candidacy of Grace, of Charleston,
seems to be one of protest against
things in general and not worthy of
consideration. His unwarranted at
tacks upon Ithott and the newspapers
of the State have resulted in much
good for Khett reacting against him
self always. Grace may get it portion
of the rag-tag vote in Charleston but
the people of this part of the State are
enduring him- that's all.
As stated, we believe that Smith and
Khett are the leadets, and we further
believe Khett to be the stronger of the
two. Smith, whilean excellent speaker
snd an all-round hustler, has a big bar
rier to overcome, namely, his own
word. The fanners remember the
promise not to use his office among
them for political preferment, gratify*
ing a personal ambition, They also re
member how all their previous organi
zations have been killed by dabbling in
politics. These facts will hurt Smith
among tho farmers. Kefore the cam
paign opened Khett was practically un
known in this part of South Carolina,
but since his appearance on the stump
the host of his friends has been in
creased daily. He makes a good speech,
strong, Straight forward and convincing.
Let the voters of Laurens county
hear these speakers on Friday morning;
the meeting will he instructive and in
The Laurens Advertiser starts off the
subscription to the Bryan campaign
fund with its $1.00. Let every voter
in South Carolina give this amount and
the State's share in the fund will be
over $100,000 a material aid. Send in
your contributions right away and let
us publish it. Laurens is a Hryan
county and wo ought to raise a fine
sum for the Democratic campaign fund.
The Advertiser is the first to contrib
ute material and substantial support.
Fall in line, voters.
No man should he so cruel as to kick
a fice even if it docs hark at his heels.
We have not noted any contributions
to the Hryan campaign fund from Lau
rens county. What is tho mntter?
Does tho Hryan enthusiasm vanish
when money is mentioned?
Gaffney is a prohibition town in the
prohibition county of Cherokee; it is
very nearly the same size as Laurens,
n dispensary town in a dispensary coun
ty. During the six months between
December 20th, 1907, and June 20th,
1908, there were collected in fines $450
by the city authorities of Gaffney; dur
ing the same period the fines collected
in Laurens were $2,693.30. The city
clerk of Gaffney estimates that 20 per
cent of the fines in his town were im
posed in cases where whiskey was in
any measure concerned; the city clerk
of Laurens estimates that 90 per cent,
of the cases here were in some way
traceable to whiskoy. During the
thirty days included by the dates No
vember 20th and I !ecembcr 20th, 1907,
the city of Laurens collected $895.70 in
lines, almost twice as great a sum as
Gaffney received in a whole six months.
What does this mean? Gaffney has
no dispensary; Laurens has. Our
county furnishes its people with a
CAUSE of misconduct, then the city
makes them pay for it. The county
makes a man drunk, he breaks law
and the city arrests him, imposes a
line, turns him loose to go back and re
peat the process. Cherokee county
does not furnish its people with whis
key, does not make them drunk, conse
quently the violation of law in that
county is far less than in Laurens.
Cherokee has the reputation in this
State of being a county where the law
is enforced as has the city of GatTney;
her officers are vigilant and faithful, so
the small amount of fines collected can
not be attributed to laxness; Laurens
has an excellent corps of officials, the
enormous amount of fines imposed goes
to prove it. Rut why will we continue
to make it necessary for such tines?
We are making the people pay us for
their whiskey, then fining them for
using it intemperately. The dispen
sary is not conducive to temper
ance ; it makes easy the purchase of
whiskey and encourages its drinking.
Talk about the revenue! The people
pay that revenue and those fines to
boot. The dispensary is just about
the heaviest tax the people of
Laurens are bearing.
Let every business man in Laurens
join the Chamber of Commerce. It is
being re-organized and needs the sup
port of every man in the city.
Why cannot the sidewalks to the de
pot be paved? It is a much-traveled
thoroughfare and the cost will not
Some papers are solicitously asking
"what will Roosevelt do after March
fourth next year?" As for us we don't
care a tinker's dam what he does.
The world has progressed a little in
the past 50 years; Laurens has kept
apace in spite of some awfully heavy
There are a number of property own
ers who want the sidewalks in front of
their homes paved. Let them get to
gether and arrange a plan. Some time
atfo the city of Rock Hill began work
alone; this line and now the walks on al
most every residence street in the city
are paved. The Chamber of Commerce
could do some effective organizing in
Spartanburg Herald: "This being
campaign year, 'somebody lied,' will be
the popular song of the season."
Then last week's disturbance in Lau
rens politics has leaked out.
Said Willie Rryan to Willie Gonzales:
"Please come and play in my yard;"
but the South Carolina Willie did not
say: "I don't wanter play in your
Will the person who took the editor's
umbrella please return it ?it's devilish
hot these days.
It is unquestionably a remarkable
fact how these Laurens men can be
re-elected to offices without opposition.
This campaign year the old county fur
nises a solicitor and a congressman and
both without opj>osition.
The average yearly expenditure in
the United States for education is
$225,000,000; for food supply $650,000,
000, and for intoxicating liquors $1,300,
000,000. We do do not know the exact
figure of the expenditures in Laurens
county but the ratio is doubtless very
nearly the same.
Strange how readily some perrons
imagine they arc spoken to.
Are all the dogs in Laurens muzzled?
The suffering of some of the dogs
here because of their muzzles really
deserves pity. The muzzle is a good
thing though, and very effective.
The writer has had the pleasure re
cently of riding through several sec
tions of the county and he is delighted
at some of the fine crop prospects.
Candidate O. B. Martin broke loose
again Monday in a tirade against The
News and Courier. Better hurry, Mar
tin, you will soon be a private citizen,
and advertising yourself willl not be so
FOR THB PEOPLE.
The Advertiser is proud of its record.
For twenty-three years it has endeav
ored to build up the city and county of
Laurens. Its pages have been devoted
to the interest of business nien and
farmers. Never has it sought to array
one against the other, and its policy has
not been to drive the trade of the coun
ty to neighboring towns in other coun
ties: Newberry, Greenwood, Spartan
burg and Greenville for instance. The
publication of this paper has not been
detrimental to the business men and
houses of this city who advertise in our
columns, thereby making possible the
honest, businessdike issuance of a Lau
rens county paper. Our effort has al
ways been to draw trade to this, the
county seat, and not drive it away.
The merchants of Laurens are equipped
to serve the people; none elsewhere are
better, considering size and population.
While we are proud of this record, it
is no more than it should be. Any
newspaper claiming to be for the inter
ests of the people and the town in
which it is published owes it to its con
stituency to bring their interests to
gether and not to prejudice one against
the other. The Laurens Advertiser is
supported by the people of Laurens;
[by their subscriptions and adver
tisements. It docs not receive one
cent otherwise, it has no axe to grind
In stirring up discord, is not paid for
any of its policies, supported solely by
the people of laurens, both city and
county. For them it has always been
published and for them it will continue.
There has never been suspicion as to its
motives nor question as to the honesty
of its methods. the fact that the
Advertiser has a larger circula
tion than any other newspaper in
Laurens county is significant.
A Grand Family Medicine.
"It gives me pleasure to speak a good
word tor Electric Hitters," writes Mr.
Frank Conlan, of No. A',16 Houston St.,
New York. "It's a grand family med
icine for dyspepsia and liver complica
tions, while for lame back and weak
kidneys it cannot be too highly recom
mended." Electric Bitters regulate
the digestive functions, purify the blood
and impart relieved vigor and vitality
to the weak and debilitated of both
sexes. Sold under guarantee at Lau
rens Drug Co.'s and Palmetto Drug
Co.'s drug stores. 50c.
The City of Laurens.
In a recent issue of the Business
Magazine appear these statements
about the city of Laurens:
A directory of South Carolina gives
the little city of Laurens a population
of 4,000, but a stranger coming into the
city would estimate the population at
twice that number. When your cor
respondent visited the city extensive
public improvements were under way.
The principal streets of the city were
being newly paved with brick and other
improvements were going on. Mr. II.
K. Aiken, president of the Chamber of
Commerce, is also cashier of the Bank
of Laurens and Mr. W. 11. McCuen,
the secretary, is also connected with
the People's Loan and Exchange Bank.
Both gentlemen are therefore in an ex
cellent position to know business condi
tions thoroughly and both impressed me
with their spirit of optimism.
Among other business men inter
viewed was C. H. Roper, cashier of the
j Enterprise Bank, who said: "As far as
our local affairs have been concerned
we would not have known there had
been such a thing as a panic. We went
through the stringency without feeling
it and this community is in better con
dition at present than at any time since
My little boy, four years old, had a
severe attf.ck of dysentery. We had
two physicians; both of them gave him
up. We then gave him Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
which cured him and believe that saved
his life. -William 11. Strolino, Car
bon Hill, Ala. There is no doubt but
this remedy saves the lives of many
children each year. Give it with castor
oil according to the plain printed direc
tions and a cure is certain. For sale by
Laurens Drug Co.
Church Destroyed by Lightning.
Last Wednesday afternoon during the
progress of anelectrical storm Bethel,
the colored Methodist church here, was
set on fire by lightning and within an
hour the building was in ashes. The
steeple was struck, the fire originating
in the upper section, making it very
difficult to get at from without. Ow
ing, however, to deficient water pres
sure and defective hose the fire com
pany was unable to do effective work in
its efforts to save the building.
Most of the church furnishings were
saved, but the loss is a heavy blow to
the members who are struggling to
build a new house of worship located
on an adjoining lot.
The Best Pills Ever Sold.
"After doctoring 15 years for chronic
indigestion and spending over two hun
dred dollars nothing has done me as
much good as Dr. King's New Life
Pills. I consider them the best j>illH
ever sold," writes B. F. Ayscue, or In
?lesidc, N. C. Sold under guaranteo at
.aurens Drug Co. 'h and Palmetto Drug
Co. 's drug stores. 25c.
Big lot Fruit Jar Rubbers just re
ceived, 5 and 10 cents dozen.
S. M. & E. II. Wilkes & Co.
Bucktan's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In The World.
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Chocolate, cherry, l'ea< h.
Williamson Corn Producing Plan.
Stand with the writer, as Frank Car
penter would say, at a good point of
vantage out beyond the Laurens cotton
mills and behold one of the finest sights
to be observed just now in this section
Mr. 1). H. Counts' 50-acro field of
upland corn. It is magnificent and is
attracting the attention of all who are
interested in agriculture, especially tho
new corn-producing method, the Wil
liamson plan, which has been carried
out in the minutest detail by Mr.Counts
in this particular case.
The weather conditions have been
epiite favorable and the entire field was
laid by pretty free from grass. A fine
stand was secured and through nil the
stages the "plan" has shown up beau
tifully and satisfactorily. Just now the
corn is tasseling and Bilking, with from
one to four "shoots" to the stall;.
Mr. Counts has not yet placed any
estimate on the probable yield, but
many good farmers who have scon the
field think it will easily produce 75
bushels per acre. Mr. Counts is natu
rally very enthusiastic over the flutter
ing prospect, for ho has given close at
tention to and much thought on the
subject, lie is a largo pi.inter and :is
he expresses it, is greatly interested ill
the matter of the South, particularly
South Carolina, growing its own corn.
And the Williamson plan is the grcal
impetus, and he thinks the demonstrat
Thinks it Saved His Life.
Lester M. Nelson, of Naples, Maine,
says in a recent letter: "I have used Dr.
King's New Discovery many years for
coughs and colds and I think it saved
my life. I have found it a reliable rem
edy for throat and lung complaints and
would no more be without a bottle than
I would o without food." For nearly
forty ye...s New Discovery has steed at
the head of throat and lung remedies.
As a preventive of pneumonia and
healer of weak lungs it has no equal.
Sold under guarantee at Laurons Drug
Co.'s and Palmetto Drug Co.'s drug
stores. 50c. and $1.00. Trial bottle
A cheap trip to Atlanta over
the. C, X. & L. and S. A. h.
Railways, is offered July 2Sth, at
the low rate of $3.1)" for round
trip. See notice elsewhere in this
DOING THEIR DUTY.
Scores of Laurens Readers Are Learning
the Duty of the Kidneys.
To (ilter the blood is the kidneys'
When they fail to do this the kidneys
Hackache and many kidney ills fol
Urinary trouble, diabetes.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure them all.
Laurens people endorse our claim.
J. V. Nabors, 10s Sullivan slreot,
Laurens, S. ('., says: "About three
months ago 1 was suddenly attacked by
severe pains in the small of try back.
1 suffered so intensely that 1 could not|
sleep at night and often had to sit in
chair to obtain a comfortable position.
My condition became such that I w
unable to leave the house and could do
no work whatever. Mv kidneys > >re
sluggish in action and failed to rem >ve
the impurities from my system. I ob
tained no relief from the various reme
dies I tried and when I hoard of Doan's
Kidney Pills I procured a box at the
Palmetto Drug Co. and began taking
them. In three days I was back at
work and ever since have been free
from any sign of kidney trouble. I
consider Doan's Kidney Pills a most
valuable remedy for disordered kid
For sale by all dealers. Price ..0
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the mime Doan's and
take no other.
1 Wilkinson's 1
Nature's iron tonic, insuring
rapid convalescence from any
illness which has weakened or
lowered the vitality. While
this is purely a medicinal wa
ter, it is a delightful drink,
and one drink will frequently
cure a severe headache, heart
burn, fullness and oppre ion
of the stomach, following a
hearty meal. For sale at
Dr. Posey's Drug Store
Pure and Seasides:;.
For general household use,
Surgeons, Physicians, Under*
Toilet, Electricians, etc.
Try a pair and keep your
hands in good condition.
FOR SALE AT
Real Estate Offerings
15 acres of land known as the Gray
Court Kock Quarry. There is a great
demand for this rock, whichis within %
mile of railroad and the railroad author
ities are willing to be liberal ill con
structing side track. A good chance
for capital. Price very reasonable.
Write tor further information.
V3\ acres land 21., miles from Barks
dale station with dwelling and out
buildings; 2-horse farm in cultivation;
line pasture and well timbered. Price
60 acres of half mile from Dial's
church with dwelling and outbuildings,
with 40 acres in cultivation, 10 acres of
Rno bottom land. Price $1,800.
17:! acres of land in Dial's Township,
known as the Wham place, bounded by
lands of W. M. Deck, Wm. Wham and
K. A. Nash, With good dwelling, tenant
houses and three horse farm in cultiva
tion. See this property for there is a
bargain for you. Price $4,000.
48 acres of land, bounded by lands of
Miik r Curry, David Barton and others,
with a beautiful eight room cottage,
fine well of water and good outbuild
ings. In one mile of Green Pond
church. Price $47.50 per acre.
53 ncros of land in one mile of Green
Pond church, bounded by lands of E. C.
Stone, Robert Woods and others, with
h six room cottage, tenant house, fine
wircd-in pastures. $35 per acre.
45.02 acres, bounded by lands of D.
Woods, Clarence Curry and others,
with a four room cottage and good out
buildings, half mile from Green Pond
church. Price ?27 pet acre.
::<i acres of land near Green Pond
church, bounded by lands of Miller
Curry, Rufus Babb, Abner Babb, with
a six room dwelling, good barn and nice
outbuildings. Price $15 per acre.
500 acres of land within six miles of
I,aureus, live miles of Clinton, with
dwelling and four tenant houses, 250
acres in cultivation, balance in wood
land. Terms made easy at $20 per acre.
2231 acres of land near Shiloh church,
bounded by lands of John Wolff and
Drato Manaffey, with dwelling and
otlu r improvements. Price $11.50 per
180 acres land, bounded by Henry
Mills and J. 0. C. Fleming and others,
seven room dwelling, 1 tenant house,
barn and good outbuilding. Price
205 acres in Fairview township Green
ville county, near Cedar Falls, bounded
by John Terry, Clyde Willis, John Ped
tnd others, throe dwellings close to
church and line school. Price $18.00
0 acres in Laurons township, bound
. lands of W. A. Mills, W. A.
on Ludy Mills and others, nice
d\vt ilings, well supplied with tenant
!. ? . This farm will be divided into
. ? lota if so desired, ranging in
|)ri? ? from .S'J") to $50 per acre or will
sell the whole for $32,000.00
acres land near Watts Mills,
bounded by S. O. Leak and M. A.
Kni ;ht, 1 tenant house. Price $40 per
4 acres land and nine room dwelling,
servant's house, in town of Gray Court.
84 acres near Friendship church, good
dwelling and outbuildings. Pounded by
lands of VV. R. Cheek, D. VVo-ds and
others. Price $2,500.00.
One lot with four room house on Gar
lington st., nicely located. Price $1,650.
50 acres at Gray Court, 4-room house
and out building, bounded by lands of
E. T. Shell and M. H. Rurdine. Price
$00 per acre.
240 acres land, 2 miles of Fountain Inn
known as the Tom Harrison place, good
dwelling, 2 tenant houses, barn and out
buildings. Price $8,500.00.
Seven room house and two acre lot in
town of Gray Court, modern build.
68 acres land 2.J miles Cray Court,
bounded by lands of J. H.Godfrey, John
Armstrong and others. Prico$1,650.00.
488 acres land, bounded by J. II,
Abercrombie, Enoreo River, J. P. Gray,
O. C. Cox and others, known as the old
Patterson home place. Price $7,500.00
112 acres land bounded by lands of
W. P. Harris, Enoreo river, J. II.
Abercrombie and others. Price $2,000.00
200 acres land, Waterloo township,
bounded by lands of estate of W. T.
Smith, J. R. Anderson and Saluda riv
er. Price $2,500.00.
One lot in city of Laurens, nicely
located, six room cottage, containing
5-8 acres. Price $2500.01).
268 acres in Waterloo township, nice
dwolling, two tenant bouses, good out
building, bounded by lands of J. R.
Anderson, I). C. Smith and others,
known as tho home place of the late
Ur. J. R. Smith. Price $3,500.00.
200 acres land, bounded by lands of
Mrs. Jesse Teaguc, Jno. Watts, Dr.
Fuller, dwelling and tennent houses, 4
horse farm in cultivation. Price
200 acres in Chesnut Ridge sect ion,
bounded by lands of Mrs. Jessie Martin,
Jno. Watts, Dr. Fuller and others.
Dwelling and tenant houses. Four
horse farm in cultivation. Known as
the Fannie Hudgens place. Price per
2 acres land in the City of Laurens,
on East Main Street, bounded by prop
erty of Mrs. Catharine Holmes and oth
ers. Price $1,300.
88 acres in Young's township, bound
ed by lands of John Runlet to, S. T.
Garrett, W. P. Harris and others, (in
acres in cultivation, good dwolling, two
tenant houses. Price $1,850.
108 acres near Mt. Olive Church,
Waterloo township, known as part of
the Washington place, two dwelling and
necessary out-buildings. Price $15.00
42 acres bounded by lands of the
Badgett farm, J. (). C. Fleming, W. J.
Copeland, one dwelling and out-build
ing. Price $2,250.00
J. N. Leak
Real Estate, Stocksand Bonds. Gray Court, S. C.
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Because In large* numbers the gain is
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CLIFFORD SEMINARY limits the
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At every recitation the pupil RECITES,
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The teacher knows each pupil person
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'1 in teacher gives private instruction
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In addition to this, CLIFFORD SIOM
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BK.KfNG'S NEW DISCOVERY
Will Surely Stop That Cough.
Bridges to Let.
On July 15, 1908, at 11 o'clock, a. m.,
the Commissioners of Laurcna and Spar
tanburg counties will let to the lowest
responsible bidder the contract for bridge
over Enoree River near residence of P.
On July Kith, 1908, at II o'clock, a.
m., said Commissioners will let to the
lowest bidder the contract for a bridge
over Enoree River at a point near the
old residence of W. P. Harri.;.
Contractor in each case; will 1)0 re
quired to enter Into written contract
and to give satisfactory bond in sum
equal to contract price for the faithful
performance of contract. Both bridges
to be paid for in part by private sub
scription. The right is reserved to re
ject any or all bids.
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SMOOTHING IRON HEATER CO.
H. R. HUMBERT,
Sumter, 5. C.
551 the Ironer.
JNO. T. BRYANT. Level Und, S. C.
Mrs. Denereux Tur
ner, Vocal Instruc
tress, will teach at
Mrs. Barr's, 229 Lau
rel St., Monday's and
noon and evening.
Circulars of refer
ence can be had upon
I have found a tried and tested euro for Rhou
hiatlgm! Not a romody that will straighten the
dlstortod limbs of chronic cripples, nor tvim bony
growth* baok to flush again. That 18 Impossible.
Uut I can now surely kill tho pains and pangs of
this deplorable disease.
In Gorman/?with a Chomlit in tho City of
DannstAdt? I found tho last ingrodlont with
Whloh Dr. Hhoop's Khoumatio Kuinody was mado
a perfected, dependable prescription. Without
that last Ingrodlont, I successfully trcatod many,
many cases of Rhoumatlsm; but now. at last. It uni
formly euros all curable oases of this heretofore
tnuch dmadod disease. Those sand-like Kranulnr
wastes, found in Rheumatic Mood soom todlssolvo
and pass away undor the action of this remedy as
freely as does sugar when added to pure water.
And then, w hen dissolved, thoso poisonous wastes
frooly pass from tho system, mid the eansn of
Rhoumatlsm Is Rono forevor. Thor? Is now no
real noed?no actual oxcuso to sufTor lonRor with
out help. Wo sell, and in confidence rccommoud
PALMETTO DRUG CO..