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WILLIAA1 H. TAFT
U It KKM WOOD rOSTOFFICK.
New Federal Building There to Cost
Ureonwood, Oct. I.?Mr. Frederick
\v. Minshall n builder of Abbeville,
was (ho lowest bidder for the erection
o ' tho Oroonwood poatofllce building
when the bids were opened in Wash
hi? toil recently. Iiis hid was for
$|2.*>00. The building must be com
pleted by the llrsl of November. 1900.
Mr. I. W. Wells has been given the
contract by .Mrs. ('. T. Bailey for
moving her residence so as to give
the Government room for the post
Olllco building. This is the second
I (lino this house lias boon moved, Ihe
(irst time being in make room for Ihc
is very sulistanlial ami HlO n.nvin:
Oregon hotel. The building, however
does not seem to Inn I it at all.
A Multitude ei' sins are Covered.
'I'll.- I.. & M. PAINT eo\< is defects
in previous paintings, and wears for
Hi (o l.". years, because the I.. & M
Is pvro linseod oil binde-rpure oxide
of /.ine pur< while lead, and yon
help lo make (lie iniinl by mixing It
quarts of Unseed oil with each gallon
of paint. Its don- in two minutes.
Makes cosl only $1.20 per gallon.
.1. II. & M. I.. Nash, i.aureus,
Clinton Pharmacy, Clinton,
I- a M. i'aini Agents.
NEWS PKOM WATER LOO
Doings of a Week in Waterloo and Vic
Waterloo, S. C., Sept. 28.-Prof. .).
H. Sheeley, of Townville, who taught
the- Waterloo High School last year,
was a visitor last week.
Mr. L. L. Dendy was here for several
clays last week winding up his business
Mr. and Mrs. I), c. Smith left Friday
for Atlanta, where Mr. Smith goes for
a'course of treatment at the Roberson
Mr. Andrew Taylor, of Greenwood,
spent Thursday in Waterloo.
Mr. J. C. Smith, after a ten days'
rest at home, is again on the road for
the Harris Springs Co.
Mrs. Edward Hillhouse, of Travelers
Rest, was the guest last week of Mr.
and Mrs. H. A. Anderson.
Mr. Gary Culbertson has gone toLau
rens, where he has a position with Mr.
N. B. Dial.
Miss Ida Fuller, of Coronnca, is with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Puller,
for a week's visit.
Mr. and Mrs. ('. II. Pettus have gone
to Richmond and other points for sev
eral weeks' visit.
Mrs. T. .1. Anderson is at home from
a brief visit to her parents in Clinton.
Prof, and Mrs. S. W. Puckett, bride
and groom, have arrived in Waterloo
and are receiving the congratulations
of a score of friends.
Union Men Won't Sell Cotton.
Columbia, Sept. 17. The gathering
of the executive committee of the State
Farmers' Union and county presidents
concluded its session today. The fol
lowing information was given out from
the meeting, which was held behind
From reports from each of tin? twen
ty-live counties represented at the meet
ing the estimate of the present crop
was averaged at from 58J to 59 per
cent, of normal, which means that tIn
State will produce about 800,000 bales
Definite steps were taken to com
plete the organization of counties.
A resolution was unanimously adopted
which required all members of the
union to sell not a hale until there i.^
advance from the present price of con
' ton, the minimum price is held a secret.
A pain prescription is printed upon
each L'.'.e box of Dr. Shoop's Pink
Palll Tablets. Ask your doctor or
druggist if this formula is not com
plete. Head pains, womanly pains.
|>nlns anywhere get instant relic!
from a Pink Pnltl Tablet. Palmetto
HIT. OMVK NKWS NOTES
Mr. Burton Now Able (o Return to His
Mt. Olive. Sept. 28. The September
gales have come at last and no doubl
found a great deal of the white staple
in the fields. The weather up to this
time has been lino lor cotton picking
and the farmers have made use of it
too in this section. Hill & Cooper's
ginnery is very busy nowadays.
Mr. J. K. Burton, who had l<> move
from his home during the recent high
water, Iiis house being surrounded by
witter, has moved back. Iiis loss is ex
ceedingly great to him in that about all
ol* his cotton and corn were destroyed.
Tho tent meeting conducted by Broth
ers Graham and Bishop near this place
was a groat success; some having thoir
understanding enlightened and are seek
ing tho fullness of Cod's mercy.
The prayer meeting of tho Kork sec
tion is progressing now under the direct
leadership of the Holy Spirit
Mr. J. W. B. Hill and wife spent
Sunday with Mrs. Hill's mother, Mrs.
.). N. Jones.
Miss May Madden, of thocity, i- vis
iting friends here in the interest of the
Mt. Olive school of which she is# loneli
The wholesome. Iiarluless green
leaves rind tender steins Of a lung
heal|ug mountainous shrub, give to
l)r. Snoop's Cough Boinedy its cura
tive properties, 1'lckllug or dry
hrnnchiuil coughs tpilekly and safely
yield to ilds highly effective Cough
medic!;-. I >r. Bhoop assures moth
ers thai they can wlh snfet> ghe it
to even \ : young habios .\<> opium
llo chloroform nb.soluiel.? mailing
harsh or harm.ui. II callus the dis
tressing cough, and heals ih<- sensi
tive mcmbran A.ecepi no eher.
Demand Dr. Shoop'n. Sold by the
Pa 11 in-1 to i trug ('oinpauy.
Bits Broke ami Horse Kan.
Sumlny morning ns Mr. A. t'. Brum
leti was leaving his yard, driving to
ward the city Sipittl'C, the bits oi (hi
horse's bridle broke in inn und llie
horse ran ticross into the d> i p gullo.1
overturning tho buggy throwing Mr.
Mr. Itrnmh 11 under it. and Inllietiug a
numhor hi painful hi til so
Mere than HllOllgll is loo Much,
To maintain health, a mat uro ma:,
or woman needs jnsl enough food to
repair the waste au I supply energy
and body heal. The liahittlf! oliinilil
ption of more food limit Is lieCussarj
for these purposes Is lie prime < au ?
of stomach trouhi s. i letumiii in nini
disorders of the kldlie || iroilbleii
with indigestion. rotlso youi diel, lei
reason rind not nppetil coiii ?.l am'
lake a few doses of Chuiuli rlafn'i
Stomach and Idvoi Tnbl 1 uul \<>
will soon h< all right again. For sah
by LaurCns I >t ( oinnntn.
JAMES S. SHERMAN
^ (?Hilf? Vi h'le V II '?VI iL
l'iitl.i.v uighl Chief IhiKwell ti nested
up I!n? (Million honiill l rnin V. T. It Hey,
who :? i. (Iroonuood ;i hi-'. hoiu<<
(own. ami who is gilill.i ol . t< alin;; a
soil en ho til Ihe tdulion Friday ami
onio n rile I en of clothing nl Ihe Ow
in's hoarding house. Ulley einno Into
>h< eily ai noon, look Ihn : nit <?.?
and ciiiuo on lo ihu hoard inn; hoiiso,
soem'ed a room and wen) lo ||, |nt
? !Hnahl,\ to tnko a i? ni>; Instead, ho
ool< some ololhes thai wore hum-in.?
? room und Iii to in tho iifteruoon
mado oil towards Walls mills, nonr
> i.i' it |dii<'0 hit hid soiu ? of Ihn stolen
ariiciea. Thon he wont lowtird Parks I
station, whore Ii? whs arrested by tho
eh lot'. Thfl Hlolen ai'liclcH have been
recovered und Ulley is in custody. Tlie
still nine lins mi army suit in it. In
gellier with kuiiio oilier artlclOH <>t
elol h inn.
For Chronic Diarrhoea.
"Willie in I lie tinny In I*';:: 1 was
laken wiiii chronic dlnrrhoen," says
(icol'ge M. I'YIIOIl Of South (iil)KOU,
I'll. "I have since tried many 1*0111
i'dii'! Im I willioiil any permanent re
lief until Mr. A W, Miles of litis
nlaee persuaded me lo Iry Chamber
lain's Colic, Cliolern and Diarrhoea
Ueinedy, one ho)lie of which Slopped
ii at once." l-'ur Kille hy Lauren:,
I n? >11?. Company.
Red Hot! _
RED IRON RACKET
|C Is full of Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Dry Goods, Millinery, Notions, Underwear, Hosiery?in fact we have got
w nearly everything that your heart could wish for. It would take this
9 whole newspaper to mention our immense stock. 9
& Come, we are always busy, but we will find time to wait on you satisfactorily y
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turn the bargains arc looking at you. This firm now has a chain of stores iKSt covers the Piedmont section like the dew.
Remember we sell same goods for less money six days in a week. Come and see through this Wonderful Bargain House. You will save 15 to
?% 25 per cent on every dollar you spend at "Red Iron Racket." We buy for five stores in large quantities, get our goods cheaper, do a
^? "Cash" Business and keep our Dollars rolling, therefore we can sell same goods for less money.
We want your business and will serve you well.
Red Iron Racket
,!. < \ IM Ii NW .v < < ).
I:ive Cut-Price Stores: Laurens, Anderson, Greenwood and Spartatlburg.