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THE KAUM Kits' IMtKI>>4 . V KXT.
Lisbon Correspondent lVrlt?>? or Hard
Times for I'iu mors.
Lisbon, Oct. 19. -Editor Tho A ?
User: Wo havo boon talking of In .tj
times, it ml what vvoukl thu Inrmiio;
class come to; ihoy Uuvo gone up
against .? proposition lluil will lake
some lime for us poor farmers lo
solve. Wo had rain after rain UuU
Hooded our low lands Unit wort! min
ed, both corn and cotton, after which
time tho dry wcntli tr 11 In, an ; in n
few days ruined our luonoj crop, thai
we were entirely depending oil tu
settle our obligations, belli whli II
morchnnts and bankers. Now what
arc we lo do is Ihe question? Corn .11
$1.10. bacon from 12 to 11 cents, und
Hour high up; lard und other things
in proportion. Cotton ;<i s in .?
and the mills closing down every day,
what is the mailer.' The tScorgin
people said llokc Smith caused 111
panic: now whttl is the cause ol col
ton going down from 1.' to >> cents as
soon as the farmers have some to
sell; iusi a few weeks ago cotton was
selling at u cents*, in jusi a shori
time ii goes down, jusi when the pen
pie have to sell. Well, your ho in hie
writer Is pblUtillg in oats . very <|ny
to meet his short corn crop caused bj
the Hood, and would like to see < ; <
do iii, same.
Our neighbor and friend, the Hoik
A. .1. Smith, said lite other day. I am
jusi from my place in (!reonwood
county am! tho farmers over (hero
are away ahead of us in the way of
sow inn grain. I saw plenty of ii up
and they an still sowing."
Now. .Mr. lOditor, ii you will go lo
work and give some of your value bh
time to oueourage the people to sow
more Oats and wheat, I venture tin
assertion that you will in a very short
time .net (".cry dollar in udvnuoi i'o
your paper without your little udver
lisemoul uskfng those thai had lud
Sullied to settle ul oiii e. We !.id
;?< gentleman say. you will have I 1 !
ticato the farmers i<> plaiil !?. ? ton
ami use jess ferlitIs . hut it ? 'ems
to us that some or the mos I 01 11 ar?
mil very studious tilbng that ! in\
Air. .1. Ti A. Uallew i in t'ohlliilili
on business in connection with tin
State Kair aim will remain through
bill tho Kair Week.
Mr. A. It. I loinii's w ill soon have hi
lovely holm completed, which adds
much io Long sih el
AI r. W. I.. I lolmos i.~ ;ii liom< 1: oui
Norfolk io regain his health, he hav
ing had typhoid I'evi r.
.Mrs. Mirry Mihnu Is in Cainden vis
il iug her sop, Charle
('apt. II. I!. I'asloy and grand-child
ren of Cold Point have beep visiting
Mrs. .Milnui and Mi's. Kuiler.
A good many will attend the Slate
Fair from ihe place.
In a few more days Ihe cotton pich
big will he a tiling of Ihe past for Ibis
Wo? bi ( are a ('old,
Rfe as Careful as you eilit jou will
occasionally lake cold, ami when yon
do, net a medicine of known reliahil
it.v. one (hot has an established repu
tntion ami thai is certain to effect a
? 111 i< -1< cure. Such 11 medicine I:
Chamberlain's Cough Itomcd.i it
has gained a world wide reputation
by iis remarkable cures of this most
common ailment, and 1 .111 always hi
depended upon. li acts on nature'
plan, relievos Ilia lungs, aids expec
toration, opein- Ihe secretions are!
aids-, nature in restoring the system
"lb a healthy condition. During the
many years in which it has been ii'
general use vvc have yet lo lelirn 1 ; a
single ease of cold or attack of tin
grip having resulted in pneumonia
when this remedy w;is used, which
shows conclusive!,* ih.it it is ;i certain
preventive of that dangerous disease
Chamberlain's Cough Itemed) eon
tnllls no opium or other narcotic and
may lie given as conlidcnll) lo a bah.v
as to an adult. Kor s lie by Lau 1 11
Drug Co. ;.ne and $1 .(id, Trial hoi
tie I ice.
Senator T?wnseud ol 1 11I011 an
uounees thai he will have not hint! In
do with nu.N movoiueiit to conies! (In
recent dispensary election in I uion
FEEBLE OLD LADY
Has Strength Restorod By
Mrs. Michael Hloom of I/'Wistmvn,
Pa., who is SO years of age, says: "For
a long lime I have boon so feeble that
I have had to bo wheolod around In
an invalid's chair. 1 bad no strength
ami look cold at Iho slightest provoca
tion, Which invariably Milled ..n my
llingS, and a cough would result. My
son learned of tho od liver prep
aration called Vtnol. ami pro. 111. d (1
boi Ho for me. It built up my strength
rapidly, and after inking three botlli u
I am able to do most of my work, and
I can walk a quarter of a mile easily.
Bvory aged or Weak person who re
quires strength should try Vinol. I am
delighted with what It has dono for
As a body builder and Strength crea
tor for old people, delicate children.
Weak, run-down persons, and nfh r
SlckllOSS, Vinol 1? unexcelled If ll
fails to give satisfaction wo will re
turn your money.
I..iiircns Or IUI < 0? Innren-. S. t .
Von Will niiil ii cns> In select w hal
you wani from our slock, in Dinner
Hots, If von sec our line in nil colors
? ib coral Ion? b< f. yaw hii
S. M. ,?c 10, IT. V likes ? Co.
Mum Handle Hie ("ill's.
A recent dcclsoit b.v the South
Carolin? railroad commission is of
Intero t in Laurens. Abonl it the
(Srconvlllc News has the following:
"'i'h"' railroad commission has or
? ? i'd tin' Columbia, Newberry and
Laurens railroad to handle the cars
of Charleston nnd Western Carolina
: t Laurens. upon the request of the
Laurens Cotton Mills, which made til
cumph iut that they had sufforcod loss I
oi' botli C ue and nioiu v in the trans
le ol coal at thai point.
'"I I ? mill is situated at the junction
? . ? two roads and both maintained
there. 'I he coal used by the
?I", is shipped via the C. & \\\ ('.,
but lb ? side irnek nearest (ho bunkers
is. Own I by tin I'. X. ,M- L. It is
claim e .;? i ihe latter has declined to!
Illlov i ( iV- \V. ('. to transfer the
cars Id its Siding.
"Section 2112 covers the case ni is
sue, providing Hint one road must
handle the < ol another upon request
of shl '?;> . . couiponsal ion or not I
mote than si per car being charged.
The penally for failure to comply
with the statute is a line-1101 cxccod
Tickling, tight Coughs, can be sure
ly and qtticklv loosened will" a pro
scription Drill : 1 are dispensing
everywhere us Dr. Shoop's Coiigh
Iteinedy. Ami ;' is so very, very
dilYerctit (ban lomuioil cough medi
cines. Xo Opt,,in, no Chloroform,
si- .oliilel; until!' harsh r unsafe.
Tin' lender leav. > a harmless, lung
healing mounts;- .1 shrub, gives the
curative properties i<> Dr. Shoop's
Cough Iteinedy. Those ha .s have
tin- power to call llio nr. 1 si isitive
bronchial men inane. Mothers
should, I'm safety's sake alone, al
tleim id 1 >r. Shoop's. Ii can.
' 1 oedoni, be given to
jOlllil ' si babes. Test it
and see. Sold by |>al
1 ' ?> 11 ig Coll)pany,
dt was fifty years
> l? dors Slave Heard II
; mi I ? ?? . ?! Thereby,
in.,>i, no' ? travels fast." and the
and ? bad back i ttfferers in
Laurens ar I to learn that prompt
relief is w it du il.eir 1 <? ich, Many a
!,. v,. .'. : ni aching back is bad
no more. In ii to Dunn's Kidney
P'ils. on:' clti/.eiis tue telling the
, ood 11 ". 1 lielr experience with
oi l Qual? r remedy. Here is an
. ? ample vv ort h reading:
\. f. Klebt Ibergor, 11,3 W. Main
licet, Laurens, S. ('.. says: "I shall
always bo glad ? say a good word for
ifs Kidney I'ills. as they proved ol
great hi e !.i 10 nie several years ago.
., i' : . I Pin; I suffered a great deal
. oin backache, several times being
obligi I to lay off from work on ac
, ml of it. I'll* 10 was also a dull
heavj in) serosa my loins ami
when I cam III cold ii always settled
in my kidneys and increased my Buff
ering two fold. The kidney sec re
, ions were 1 qucnl ill action und I
[ was oh ? so sovornl limes at
I ni; it ? .1 t i ..?<??><int. After trying
I v.. led lo I U ! > > ill's Kidney PIIIb,
I,, reading ol 1 eures which they
\ve( .? performing.
Ti e; in ted vor.v sntlsfacloryily in
1: ;. cn.se : 11*1 I did not have lo take
llti ltl long v h'-n a Complete Cliro re
adied. I would advise anyone hav
ing kidney trouble In any form to go
10 (be Palmetto Drug Company, pro
are I if K Idiiey Pills and give
; 1 i "in ;i ihoi oilgli I rial."
t'or . al by all dealers. Price 50
out . K?ster Mllhurn Co.. P.uffalo.
low Vork. sole ngeiitH for the United
iikd no oi her
.' and I I dub
name -Dean's and
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in till Statt- Courts
Prompt attention given lo all business
'? i 'rOk?u* -Tit** ?*>M?S&*3
11 ti<? T( >
lo lbs, good green Coffoo for $L
W Try another barrel of Henry Clay
y, Flour, same price
u Fallen your hoes willi our Rico
3 Meal, Urnn mid sh nds.
P VVc .n e headquarters f<>r Bagging
H niid < lotion Tics, old and new.
fl V?lt had better prepare for
R next year by sowing plenty of
I 1 sCed Wheat, Pye. Parley
B id Ollis. We can furnish you
To arrive this week a car load
Led Appier Seed I hits.
Lnurciis, S. C
If you hold a Pire Insurance
Policy in the
German American Ins. Co.
Queen Ins. Co.
American Ins. Co.
North British & Mercantile Ins. Co.
Springfield Fire & Marine Ins. Co.
Virginia State Ins. Co.
Dixie Fire Ins. Co.
New Hampshire Fire Ins. Co.
Insurance Co. of North America.
Equitable Fire ins. Co. of Charles
ton, S. 0.
We beg to inform you that we
now represent them.
These companies were formerly
represented by J. Y. Garlington
& Co., TeagUO & Shell, and Jesse
E. H. WILKES & SON
General Insurance, .Stocks and
Laurens, S. C.
The time has come for
We ars supplying the best ingredient s
for Fruit Cakes to lie found anywhere,
See us for
of all kinds.
A specialty in Pickles. Pin Money
Pickles are great sellers.
MAHAFFEY & BABB
Next door to Enterprise Pank P.uilding
Phone 244. 115 Paurens St.
Bitf Supply of .Seed
Wheat, Barley, Rye
and Clover. All kinds
2 of clover seed. Crimson,
Red and Hun.
^ (icl them now it
J. L. M. IRBY
CIV I h io N Ol N K i: It
Office over l.aurcns Drug Co.
Or.King's New I He Pills
The best in the world.
LAURENS OPERA HOUSeI j
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Wednesday Nk?it }
November l I
GRANV1LLE F. STURGIS
" PRE SLNTS HIS OWN PLAY
rie Girl |
Seats on sale at Laurens Drug Co. A
A Comedy Drama of Western Life.
( >um;ix.\i. nkvv v( irk cast
COMPIJvTlv SCKNIC PRODUCTION
AN ALL ABSORBING PLAY WITH A STORY OF SIMPLE HEART INTEREST
IN WHICH COMEDY AND PATHOS ARE INTERMINGLED.
Don't Miss This ! ) 6
Upright, Grand and
McCord, the Piano Man
Can .?? !! you any kind of Piano. You take no risk in buying of
him. Kvery Piano is warranted. The Pianos come direct from
the factory in the purchaser, savin*;* much cost and making the
Lowest Price Possible
If you do not play the Piano, buy a Player Piano, ii will execute
the music by the most renowned composers as skillfully as the
experl musician. Old upright pianos may be exchanged for Play
er Pianos, Rcccnl purchasers: Mr. I). D. Dixon, Mr. J, R.Fullor,
Mr. J, L. Boyd, Mr. L. V. Nelson, Dr. -J. L, D?ntion, Mr. R. II
Chapman, Mr. W. Clinton Babb.
Write for catalogue or call.
WL WILL SAVI; YOU MONBY.
< )ugan Bargains
For quit k sale. Terms to suit the purchaser. One Lyon A i [ealy
c? octave Piano Organ, only $75.00. One Wilcox and White chapel
Organ, good for a school, $45.00. One Sterling Organ $35.00.
One Kindergarl n Organ $48.00. One Standard Organ $25.00,
New and attractive Organs at prices to satisfy you.
L. A. McCORD
The ?'iano Man. Laurens, S. C.