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NEW EXHIBITS AT
THE STATE FAIR
October 26 to 30?Frizes for
Ono of iho i" si attractions at the
Slot.- Kulr this year, which will ho
h<>id in Columbia !>? ".hu h ?.. Monday,
October SSGih, und cloning I rldny, Oeto
her 30th, w ill )>.? Du- i-M. I l Crop Depart
ment. This now feature will prove of
Interest to every fur. in the MlUlo.
It will be under Iho munugcmciil or
Prof. J. x. Ihirpi r, i ?In clor or th
Clemson lOxperlmontuI Stullon, who Is
un<- of tin' I."st UKrleullurnl experts In
the .Smith. Professor Hurper bus per
sonally solicit* d Hi" exhibits tor this
department, ami will nrrnuKe every
thing to advantage. Ife ,vlll he as
sisted by his whole corps of expert
associates, ami It will be worth the trip
to Iho fair Just t.. talk t" these expert
mon and got their Ideas <>n practical
Clemson College will have u ni? ex
hibit in this .1, pai i meat, i-ut will n?il 1
ln> allowed t" compete with the hull- !
yldunl exhlblls, Some line prises will
he awarded Iho farmers. Kor rnslunec,
$.*i0 will he given for lhe largos! yield
of corn t-> th" acre, >.'"? for Iho second ?
best, and cotton will huvo the same
amount it Warded for the best yield per
nere. Dozens of other Interesting con
tests have been provhled.
President Mohley, beliiH " pracllenl
stockman hlinsi If, i-; gBdun much al
len t Ion !<? this part <?! tin fair. There
will he more thoroughbreds shown JJinn
ever before. The stalls have all boon
renovated and the puic 'vaier front the
city has been coiinei ted, s.. that I ho
cattle uinl ' look v. III he well tale n
core of. This will ho good news to
hundreds of hl i odt i s v ho might olhet
wise have hetdtuli I t" send their Ilm t
to the fair. Th'e poultry show bids fair
tu he a grand success this year. There
seems to be nor. in!< rest ill - very de
partment. The management believes
tills w ill be the hit ?? ?I and l "..t fair .
ever held heri . Inform ition as lo the.
prises will I- checrriilly supplied by
President John U. Mohley, or Secretnry
A. \V. Love, i i i 'olumbln, H. <'.
Madden News Notes.
Madden. Oct. 12. The short cotton
crop in this section is being rapidly
gathered and ginned.
Mrs. Calvin Cheek, of the Itabun
neighborhood, visited her brother,Prof.
Culbcrtson, on Sunday.
Mr. Stokes Teogue, of Durham,N.C.,
came down for n brief vi. it to his
father, Mr. T. S. Tongue, who has
been sick for some time.
Miss Juanila .Martin is spending a
few days in Clinton with relatives and
A Sunbeam Society u ns organized at
Prospect Sunday afternoon. The chil
dren seem much cnlbu i 1 over it. Wo
hopo the interest will continue una
Rovs. L?ngsten and Piani have re
turned to Louisville, Ky., lo resume
their work in i he Si mhmry.
Miss Bessie Davenport, of Green
wood, slopped over with relatives for n
few hours' slay on her return trip
from Laurens a fows day- ago.
State of Ohio, cit.\ of Toledo, ss.
Frank J, Chemie) niaki i rath tlull
he is senior partner of th" lirm ol F.
J. Chenney Co.. doing busine a In
the City of 'i oledo. t!ouniy und ;;' i
aforesaid, and thnl said Urm will pay
the sum of 0.\F. IU*.\'DltCD DOL
LARS for each ami <? erj case of Ca
tarrh Iluil cannot i e uired by the
use of | lall's Cnihri It ( tin .
PR \.\K i CllKNXMY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed j
in my presence, tips cih day of i>e
ceinher, A. !>. l s-,;.
(Seal, i A. W. GI.KASON',
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter
nally, ami acts directly on iho blood ,
ami mucous .urine, of (he syst.;;;.
Si-mi for testimonial ? ?. >o.
F. J. Chenney a Co., TOlodo 0
Sold by all drug ?! Is, 7? cents.
Take Hall's l ane'. |?R! for eoh
Sl ipat ion.
WOMAN'S MISSIONARY MUETINO
Held With Gray Courl Church l a t Week.
Meets at Pouulain Inn Next*
The Greenville District W'otnnns .Mis
sionary Conference corvoned at Gray'
Court, October Ist, 1901 .
The addresses of welcome were de
livered by Rev. Mr. Du Lose, in behalf
of the M. E. Church; Mrs. R. L. Gray
for the local Missionary Society, and
Miss May Putnam for the Baptist
Church. Miss Ellic FoW, the District
Secretary extended a very appropriate
Mrs. Wightmnn, Mrs. Humbert, and
Mrs. Herbert, the vcran workers, were
present, and presided in their inimitable
The reports from the seventeen socie
ties showed an increase in missionary
year, and gave a hopeful outlook for
A strong missionary sermon was <1? -
livered by R6V. .Mr. W. II. Hi dgos, of
the First M R, Church of Clinton. Fri
Sunday service; were conducted by
Rev. Mr. W. M. Dune.in. Presiding El
dor of Greenville District.
A liberal offering to further the
cause of missions was collected.
The delegates were charmed by the
hospitality shown by t he people of Gray
Invitations to hold u meeting next
year at Groors and Fountain Inn were
extended. Ly rising vole FoUnlnln Inn
secured the conference for 1900.
For Sur" Peel.
"I have found lue.klcn'fl Arnica
Salve to 1)0 the proper Illing to use
for sore foot, (IS well as lor healing
burns, sore.;, tuts and all manner of
abrasions." writes Mr. W. Stone of
Bast Poland, Maine, it is the proper
thing for plbs loo, Try it! Sold
under guarantee ai Laurons Drug
Co., and Palmetto Drugstores. 25o,
(HONS HILL NEWS LETTER.
Temperance R?H) R<dd Finnin-,, ?hen
Walsen uud Featherstone Speak.
Cross Mill. Oct. 12.?An intereBtlng
Service was held yesterday at the
I la pt 1st church In the Interest or the
n inperance cause. Rev. 10. C. Wat
son and Hon. C. ('. Feathorstone of
Laurens wore prevent. Both of these
gentlemen are veteran advocates of
temperance and both of them made
excellent addresses. We hope that
the efforts of the prohibitionists will
provall and that liquor will be voted
out at tlx* coming election.
Mrs. W. T. Austin and Mrs. R. T.
Hollingsworth attended the Woman's
Missionary Ullloil of lOnorce I'reBby
tery at Fountain Inn, September 28 to
Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Wade are at
home to their friends on Westside.
They occupy the Inmail cottage.
\ii - Summers Nabers of Spartau
blirg and Master Robert Nabers of
Columbia were recent visitors in
Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Hagood of
C i con wood Visited their daughter.
Mm. M. A. I.eamnn, the past week.
Mis. William Drown of Anderson.
h: s bought a lot on Kastside from Mr.
It. A Austin. His father will build
on ft and move to this place.
Misses Kate and Anne Austin, also
Mr. I'll!is fuller were over from
Clinton Saturday till Monday.
Stomach troubles would more
quickly disappear if the idea of
treating the cause rather than the
effect, would come into practice. A
tiny, inside, hidden nerve, says Dr.
Shoop, governs and gives strength
to the stomach. A branch also goes
to the heart, and one to the kidneys.
When these "inside nerves" fail,
(hen the organs must falter. Dr.
Slump's Restorative is directed spec
ific.; lly to these failing nerves.
Within is hours after starting the
Restorative treatment patients say
1 bey realize a gain. Sold by Pal
metto Drug Company.
Rev. W. E. fallender.
Lev . \v. 10. Callender preached to a
\ ry large congregation at Central
Methodist church on last Sunday ev
ening, including a number of K'ks.
who attended in order to hear Mr.
Cullender deliver his last loving mes
sago in Newberry as chaplain of their
order, and while still rector of his
church in this city. Mr. Callender
pn ached a good sermon and it was
u.il received. The singing of Mrs.
Callender delighted the congregation.
She has a finely cultivated voice and
? elections sang Sunday night were
w -ii chosen.
Roth Rev. and Mrs. Callender have
made many strong friends while be
ing 111 Newberry.?Newberry Ob
She Likes (mod Things.
Mis. Cluts. 10. Smith, of West
Franklin, Maine, says; "| like good
things ami have adopted Dr. King's
New Life Pills as our family laxitive
medicine, because they are good and
do their work without making a fuss
alout it." These painless purifiers
sold III Laurens Drug Co.. and Pal
metto Drugstores. 2.", cents.
CHARLESTON AND WESTERN CARO
Arrival and Departure of Trains, Laurens,
EFFECTIVE JUNK 1(1, 1908.
Mo. 1. Leave Augusta.10:10 am
No. 1. Leave Laurens. 2:.'52 1? m
No. l. Arrive Sparenburg.. 4:05 pm
No. .. Leave Greenwood.... 6:60 am
No. 5. Leave Laurens. 7:55 a m
No. Arrive Spartanburg.. 9.30 am
No. 53. Lo ave Greenville.12:20 p m
No. 53. Arrive Laurens. 1:45 pm
No. 86. Leave (Ireenville_ LMOpm
No. 86. Arrive Laurens. 6:25 p m
No. 2. Leave Spartanburg .. .12:20 p m
No. 2. Leave Laurens. 2:112 p m
No. 2. Arrive Augusta. 6:15 p m
No. ii. Leave Spartanburg ... 6:00 p m
No. (>. Leave Laurens. 6:36 p m
No. (">. Arrive Creenwood .... 7:50 p m
No.*87. Leave Laurens. 8:10 am
No, '87. Arrive (Ireenville_10:20 a m
No. 52. Leave Laurens. 2:35 p m
No. 52. Arrive (Ireenville .... 4:00 p m
Trains '8t? and *H7 daily except Sunday.
Tri-weekly through Pullman Parlor
Car service between Augusta and Ashe
ville on trains Nos. 1 and 2; North
In ?und,Tuesdays,Saturdays; Southbound
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
C. H. GASQUE, Agent,
Laurens, S. C.
G. T. BRYAN, Gen. Agt.,
(Ireenville, S. C.
A.VV. ANDERSON, (ion. Supt.
ERNEST WILLIAMS, CP.A.,
Simpson, Cooper &. Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in till State Courts.
Prompt attention given to all business.
OR. CLIFTON JONES
OFFICE IN SIMMONS BUILDING
Phono: Office No. 8<>: Residence 219.
We have just added to our line of
llousefurnishing Goods a beautiful line
of Window Shade material and we are
now prepared to make window shades
in any Size you may want.
s. M. & 10. H. Wtlken A c<?.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Statk OK south fjAROMOA,
County <>k La r urns.
NOT10K is hereby given ibal the Gen
eral Election lor Presidential und Vice
Presidential Eloctors and Representative
in Congress will be hold at Iho voting
precincts fixed by law in the County of
Laurens on Tuesday, November ?">. 1008,
said day being Tuesday following the
first Monday, as prescribed by law.
The qualifications for suffrage are as
Residence in State for two years, in the
County one year, in the polling procinl
in which the elector Offers to vote, four
months, and the payment six months be
fore any election of any poll tax then
duo and payable. Provided, That min
isters in charge of an organized church
and teachers ol public schools shall be
entitled to vote after six months' resi
dence in the Stale, otherwise qualified.
RkoIstkation. Payment of all tuxes,
including poll tax, assessed ami collec
table during the previous year. The pro
duction of a certificate of the receipt of
the ofllcor authorized lo collect such
taxes shall be conclusive proof of tho
Holoro the hour fixed for opening tho
poll8 Managers and Clerks must take and
subscribe lo the Constitutional oath.
Tho Chairman of the Hoard of Managers
can administer the oath to tho other Man
agers and lo the Clerk: a Notary Public
must administer (he oath to Chairman.
Tho Menagers olcol their Chairman and
1 Polls at each voting place must be
I opened at '? o'clock a. in., and closed al
-I o'clock p. m., except in the City of
Charloston, whore they shall be oponed
at 7 a. m. ami closed at I! p. in.
The Managers have the power lo till a
vacancy: and il none of the Managers
attend, the citizens can appoint, fiom
i among the qualified voters, the Managers,
i who, after being sworn, can conduct the
! elect ion.
I At tho close of the election, tho Man
lagers and Clerk must proceed publicly
I to open the ballot boxes and count the
I ballots therein, and continue without ad
journment until the same is completod,
j and make a statement of the result for
i each olllce, and sign the same. Within
three days thereafter, the Chairman of
i the Hoard, or some one designated by
j tho Board, must deliver to the Commis
sioners of Eloclion the poll list, tho
boxes Containing the ballots and written
Istatements of the result of lite eloclion.
MANAOKRS OK Kl.KCTION The follow
|ing Managers of Eloclion have been ap
pointed to hold the election at the vari
ous precincts in the said County:
YoungsStoro .1 M Grav, C K Wallace,
W it Hobo.
Parson's Store Henry Prior, Abo
Cook, Butler (loopor.
Pleasant Mound Smith Marlin. Win.
Little, .1 A Potman.
Lanford?\V II Drummoud, K II
Moore, .1 M Fleming.
Langstou's Church ? BoyoO Poolo, Win
Peterson, W L Mack ray,
j Or? T. P. Byrd, K II Fleming, Gard
Clinton?F y MoQuown, .Ino A Smith,
Goldvillo .1 X Brown, .Ir, .1 M Mead
; ows, .1 <' (; rani.
Mountvillo T .1 Coleman. .1 It What
j ley, J y Benjamin.
Cross Aili T M Pinson, E I. We lls, K
I I) Nance.
I.aureus Court House .1 K Brooks,
I Jas F Owing-. I. I.i Balle.
Mt. Pleasant <; M>Moore, G M Fow
ler, .1 W Felts.
Waterloo .1 E Henderson, .1 M Pea roe.
W II Culbortson.
Daniels store ,1 I* Jones, F It Boland,
W I. (looper.
I'.kom ? T II Hurls, I. P Ctilbcrtson,
A H ('ulborlson.
Tip Top W A Andorsoc, Jno-A Puck
plt. W .1 Anderson.
Sardis Tbos I. Johnson, Sr., H .1 Me
('rary. Hatnp Slono,
Tumbling Shoals .1 S Baldwin. U M
Boll, W I) Sullivan. Jr.
?roworton .1 PSimmons,Earl Ellodgo,
T T Wood.
Dials Church I) D Harris, Bub Aber
; cromhia, Will Ropp.
Cray Court W II Itarksdalo, .1 II
() wings, Boss Dor rob,
Power II .1 G Curry, W H Power,
, Hluford I'utman.
Woodvillc Harvoy Woods, W F Mod
lock, Will Adair.
' Shi loll Hush Wilson. Fink Hellams,
Hopewell G C Hopkins. .1 I.Craw
ford, C \ Monroe.
Tho Managers al each precint named
above arc rcqilStcd lo delegates one of
their number to KOOtiro Iho boxes and
blanks for the election by calling at the
Clerk of Court 's Olllce. Boxes will bo
ready to deliver any time after Iho *->?>!11
I of October, 1IMIS.
.1. C. Mi DANIEL,
ALEX .1. SMITH,
,1. W. LAN FOB I),
Commissioners of Federal Flection for
Ouy F. MOOHfSi Clerk.
Oct. Md, 1008 it
T. C. TURNER, JR.,
ATT< )R N K Y-AT-LA VV.
Will practice in all State; courts.
Prompt attention given to all business.
Ofhce in Enterprise Hank Building.
If you are in need of a nice Monti
I ment for loved ones I am prepared to
; furnish it to you at very reasonable
prices. See mo.
I J. WADE ANDERSON, Laurens, S. C.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Cures Cokth, Co,up au.l WhOODlnR COUih.
This is Uic name given lo a boy's extra heavy weight
black, ribbed cotton hose manufactured in the northwest. ?v
For strength and durability the makers are so confident of r*.
meeting \vitl\ public endorsement that on every pair is
attached their address. The price is 25c.
Ladies' line Ribbed Cotton Hose, also the plain "Bur*
son" seamless. Both the makes tire 25c the pair. wj
Misses and Children's, all si/is and grades, runnin"
from 10c to 50c.
Wool I lose for Ladies and Children.
Ladies' Wool Underwear in separate j>i<.i\.;. Out W
sizes in heavy bleached cotton fleece lined, an excellent ^
article at 50c.
A special in ladies' regular sixes bleached cotton Vests
at 25 cents. Qk\
Km't Underskirts, a complete line, of Shawls, Scarfs ^
and Fascinators. ^
f W. G. WILSON & COMPANY
?3 d_ .S
Save Your Shirt el
BUY a pair of WAI,K-( >VKR patent lcatln r .!
You will be delightfully surprised t<> see
how well this ordinarily delicate leather
"stands up" when made in the "WALK
OVER Way." Yon will find as thous in
of others have found,tint VVALK-i lYKRS
are the most satisfactory patent 1
buy. WALK-OVKRS air made in ;i
variety of shapes and patterns and in dull
and shiny leathers.
Patent Vamp,Dull Kid Top,
Bl?cher Boot, Echo Model
Patent Vamp, Dull Kid Top,
Bluchor Uool, Rialto Model
the shoe: man.
The One Price Store. Customers Shot s | Free.
Railroad Fares Cut in Half.
Good Accommodations for Everybody.
New Exhibit Feature?,
J. G. MOBLEY, President
fair Ever field
Two Fine Football :T. ?..>.
Bert Horse Races in th? South.
Goo(5 Free Show? and M-W;
A. W. LOVE, Secretary.