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A GREAT COOKING EXHIBITION! 8
GREAT MAJESTIC MALLEABLE AND CHARCOAL IRON RANGE.
?MJiMSEPTEMBER 14th to 2Qthqjie^OTE gg
Set of Ware
With evcr>- Majestic Range sold tin ring this
Cooking Exhibition, we will give absolutely
FRKK one hnudsomc set of w are. This \>
is worth #7.50 if it is worth a cent. Ii is the
best that can be bought. We don't add #7.5?
to the price of the Range and Uli you you ar<
getting the ware free, but sell all
At the regular price. You get the ware fixe.
Remember this is for Exhibition Week only. J
Ware w ill not be given after this week. Thi- ;
ware will he 011 exhibition at our store and must j
be seen to be appreciated.
Come in any day during j
PROOF: We don't ask you to take our word for any
of the above statements, but if you will call at our tore
any day during the week from Sept. Mth to the 20th a .
man from the factory where Majestic Ranges arc mad
will prove to your satisfaction that these are absolutely |
fads and we'll show you many more reasons why the
Great Majestic Range is absolutely the best money t an
FACTS ABOUT THE GREAT
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LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA
Majestic Range 8
It is the only Range in the world made of
maleable and charcoal iron.
It lias beyond any question of a doubt the
largest and best reservoir.
Jt uses about half the fuel used on otiter
Ranges and does better work by far.
The Majestic all copper, nickeled reservoir
heals thi- water quicker and hotter than tiny
other. It is the only reservoir with a removable
The charcoal iron body of the (ireat Majestic
Range lasts three times as longasa steel body.
Mcing made of iiou-brenkablc material, there
is practically no expense for repairing the
As for baking, it i-> perfection, not only for
a lew months, but foi all lime to come.
A (ireat Majestic Range lasts three times as
long as a cheap range, bttl ii don't cost three
limes as much.
You are Welcome Whether
You buy or not.
Bill HER Y ('II A KOK
Mr B. L. Caughman, candidate for
railrohd commissioner, created a sensa
tion in Laurens last Saturday, when he
charged that Mr. W. G. Childs, of Co
lumbin, had tried to "buy him" to
bribo him. The news <>f the charge
readied Mr. Childs, who is now threat
rninir to sue Mr. Caughman for Iii? ! to
the amount of $5,000 damages.
Mr. W. 0. Childs, president of the
Columbia, Newberry & Laurens road,
last night gave the following statement
to The State:
"I am reliably informed that Mr. B.
Ii. Cnughman stated at the campaign
mooting at Laurens today that some
years sine*!, when he was a member of
tho legislaturo and in attendance upon
its session, I sent for him through the
late W. T. Mar?had an interview
with him in my |>riv, office mi the
presence of Mr. Martin ml tried to
bribe him to prevent tho passage of the
law requiring separate conches for tho
white and colored races, that he indig
nantly spurned tho proposition and
cursed me out, and upon leaving the
oHlco he was followed by Mr. Martin,
who expressed his approval of hiscause.
"I wish to say that this charge of
bribery, directly or indirectly, is abso
lut <ly mil rue. I wish further to add
that it is passing slrango that Mr.
Cnughman, then and now a sworn olli
Cer of the State, should have retained
and confided within his breast the
knowledge of tins flagrant crime dur
ing all these years, until after the only
other alleged witness i.s dead; and until
after he has learned that I did not en
list as one of the wiioopers-up for his
"Why did he not make his charges
before a court jury, where I now chal
lenge him to make good these charges.
If such charge had a semblance of
foundation why has he so frequently,
during his term as railroad commis
sioner, visited, not at my request, hut
of his own volition, me at. myotflco and
and asked favors at my hands and the
hands of (he railroad I represent, and
conferred with me there on the most
"I am willing for the intelligent eiti
SSOnS to determine whether this charge
is the product of a virtuous heart,
whoso tires, smouldoring for these many
years, have just been fanned into a
bureI of righteous indignation, or cheap
political domugogue to catch the un
"Strongest in the World
for 1 he South, and Strongest
in (he South for the World."
Fairview's Twenty -second Stock
Show, to be hold on Association's
grounds September 18th, 1908.
It is tho desire "f tin- Association to
make this, the twenty-second offorL
one more grand success, und to further
this end quite a number of improve- j
incuts will bo made for the advantage
of exhibitors and sight-seers.
Tho fresh water supplj will be abun
dant and our refreshment stands will
be filled with the best the country af
fords and will bo managed b.v our most
skilled and experienced men 111 that line,
and tho music for the dity will bo ren
dered by one <d' the best h inds of our
country. A new rale will be opened
on tin* east side of our grounds. The j
driveways have been broadened and
i|uite a number of men stationed along
the driveways whose sole business is to
help especially the lady drivers and
Our police force will bo made up of
men from the city who understand fully
their duty, and as our high sheriff is al
ways on hand slock show day he can be
consulted and w ill help do anything in
his power to make the day a SUCCCSS.
Our special premium page will be.
found to contain more ??Hers than ever
before, and as we wish to enlarge our
acquaintance wo have decided to re
quest this year t he married ladies and
widows of the following counties to
register their name:, nosloflices and
counties with us. namely: Anderson, j
Greenville, Laurons, Sparlnnburg, and
to oncourngc them to take this trouble
we have decided to f ive one ladies' um-1
brella and two grand stand tickets to
each of above counties. These prizes;
will he drawn for a; i iii management
of the whole registering business will
bo in the hands of a competent man.
The results will be announced early in
tho afternoon from tho arena.
Our souvenir badges will be as at trac
tive as ever before and they are fret- to
every one who places a ci editable arti
cle on exhibition. Allow us to empha
size the fact or request that the ladies
make this a record breaking year, es- ;
pccinlly in the way of a full attendance
and an extra line exhibit in their de
Write at an early dale for premium
.1. STMVV \ KT I'KDRN,
Fountain Inn, S. C.
It, V. I). I, Box is.
N. H. The same rules and regtlla- j
lions will lie enforced as heretofore.
As our charter now stand even the
Riving away of intoxicating drinks and
and using obscene Inngunge is rilsal*
lowed and our police powers will bo ex
tended to cover this entire section, &c? ,
Best the World Affords,
"It given mo Unbounded pleasure to
recommend Bucklon's Arnica Salvo."
says J. W, .lonkillH, of Chapel Hill. N.
('. "I am convincod it's the best salve
I ho world afford . It cured a felon on
my thumb and it never fail.; to heal
every sore, burn or wound to which it
is applied, 25c, at Laurent Drug Co.'s
and Palmollo Drug Co.'s drug stores.
TRY THIS FOR DESSERT.
DImoIvo oho pnckngo of ??y flavored JEl.TrO
in ono pint of l>..ilinn wnler. Wlion partly con<
urnlrd, hont until light adding ono run whipped
rrodin and (tlx ernxlied mm't'iiroon*. W hip nil lo<
?? tlior thoroughly nnd nnurlt Inlon mold or bowl.
Wlipnrool.il will Jellify nml mnybc s.-rvod with
whipped '-ronm or nny Rood pndding anno?.
The JR.Iil.-O posts 10c. nor pnckftgO and ciin DO
obtained at nny good grocor1?.
Entertainment nt Ora.
On Thursday evening next, August
27th, at Thompson's hall, Ora, the La
dies' Missionary society of the Asso
ciate' Reformed Presbyterian church
will give an entertainment for the bene
fit of their cause, charging a sm .11 ad
mission of 10 and 1"> cents. A play en
titled "Maids All Forlorn" will be pre
sented by local talent. The public are
cordially invited and solicited to attend
and help make the entertainment a suc
Slill stands at the TOP.
Just received a car
Copyright Flour, also
Red .Seed < kits, Barley,
Rye and Crimson Clo
Rig lot oi" Bagging
and Ties both new and
Good Corn feed < >als
and Hay always on
hand, one 6o gallon self
mcnsuriuir ()il Tank.
Ur King's New 1 If e Pills
Tho boat in tho world.
Notice of a Special i election ;
To bo hold in Ihe Soli ol i? stri>?[ of tho I
Town of Laurens for tho Purpose ofl
Voting Upon the (Jueslion of whet bor
or Not tin" Board of Trustee) Said
School District Shall I- " Bondi to
tho Amount of Ton Thousand Dollars
for the Purpose of Krooling a Mow
Graded School Building in the Said
Notice is hereby given il>..' an elec
tion will be he|d in t ho School ui
of the Town of I ,IUHT . I
tho 17th day ol Sept., '"
purpose of voting upon tin ipn in a
to whether or not lue lioai I ??>' Tri
tees in said School ! iisl. issue
bonds to the nmoui t of Ti < i ? und
I rollars for the purpo.-o if > i* I ing
new Graded Sell ml ituili aid
The polls will bo op
office, In the ( 'it \ < 'outli il < . ii.
the City of Laurens, IV >m !)
the forenoon until . o'cloi af
At said election the r aid
School Dist rjet. which ?>. lh<
corporate limits of thoCily of L i
who are duly quulilic I to
constitution and lavs of Ihe Si ite of
South (!arolina, shall hcalhn
Those voting in favor of the i: suing
of said bonds shall Vote a wrii'oii Or
printed ballot, upon which tin rd
"for the issuing of boiiils" in m
or printed thereon, and lhos<
to tho issuing of said Hond II vote n
similar ballot, upon \\ li on Ii
"against the issuing ><f bonds" arc,
written or printed I < 1
Said election Iru . tl by I i'.<
Board of Trustoei of Ihe School
I Hfltrict and will be
the order of the said Hoard o ?>
of said School Di I ricl pursu
ahco Of an Act of the tieneral v. ein
bly of the Slab ol ?ulli
passed at the session of 1 I lip
proved Feb. 20, i'.'1' .
VV. L. Boyd. L. G. Bull- m l
A. ('lardy are hci'ob' tint
manngors to conduct tho dioi .
By order of the said II aid
('. C. FKATIILl: 1 i INK,
('. II. IIOPICK, Secretary.
Phial Settlem ?nt.
Take notice that on the b'lh day ol
Sopl., 1008, wo will render a llhlil ac
count of our acts and doini exocu
tors of the estate Of .1 \ ' lid, d<
ceased, in the office ol the -llld;?" ol
Probate of I .nmvn I I ? illll! y at 11 o'< ?
a. in. and on Hie um di .,'iil i , , i.
for a linal discharge from our trust as
All persons indebted i" lid estate
are notified and required lb ?' pii.,
men) on that dale; and nil pel ms Im'
ing claims against said cstatt; ,vill pro
sent them on or before said dau-, duly
proven, or bo fore\ or burred.
C. K. ItOWLAND,
c. II. HOW i \ND,
August 12, I00S 2 H
Plain Silk Taffeta, Satin Taffeta
and Gros Grains in desira=
ble shades and widths.
Ladies*, Misses' and Children's plain
and drop stitch.
MERCERIZED WHITE WA1ST1NQS In col
ored wash fabrics; a complete line to
select from. Also in Embrokl
cries and Laces at
W. 0. Wilson & Co.
The First Principle
Of the Salaried Man
Should be TO SAVE.
I is possible that luck may play an important part in the quick
musing of fortunes, but it has nothing to do with fortunes accumula
ted from tho savings of labor.
A bank account, however, will 1)0 of assistance ami the young
man or woman who will take this method of waving from his or her
inlnry will eventually reach the desired goal.
This bank welcomes the accounts of those people who are working
on salary and have a desire to save a part of it.
HE BAN K 3^ LAU RENS
The Hank for Your Savings.