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tmong the Exchanges, j
rhrco counties Iii Mi? Ktutc Lau?
?8, Choutcr and t'lnrendon - voted
t their dlsponsuricH Tu t-duy. I'Jvery
iinty above Columbia is dry now
?jopt one, Vhboville, Tho prohihl
n seutlutont I? growing, und when
S question Is submit! d to lho pco
} tho whole Stale will I"- voted dry
an overwhelming majority. Ii Is
milled by the prohibitionists Dial
ohll>ltiua will not completely ship
8 sale or use of whiskey, lail it will
crease it to a very uroal extent,
d 11.lit Is a great ^;i in. It has been
moiistruled thai a community is bet
(J off in every way withoal tie- sale
Whiskey, and tin? people have real
)d this fact. This < xplalii? -the
owth of tie- prohibit Ion sentiment.
Anderson Dailj Mail.
The Uood Work tlocH <>i .
The one bright ray Mini forced llsell
(rough tho cloud of Wednesday*! dis
fnointillK news was the lule|||f>enee
iii. three more eoillllies in Mouth Co
Ina La ureas, Chester and Cl?ren
?iv;?had throw n off i,e yoke of dis
iyaii yisiu. It wa> Indeed eh-o.p."
advocates of too! :;,.\ >rmu*"
atter how bitter Mto ?tt?~ -a. no
?cause of the. lief*?*1 ,>polutiuonl
i Ultfi CQIHIOO'* , of Mr. lirj i n.
?I? thai .,,n it h iileaslit ? l<
\ o* ,,. fi'iends arc not iminlnd
the successful effort t of Tho
Ledger to aid the p< oph of ihln coun
ty to rid themselves of ? * - ? - mo I
abominable piece of legit ltd Ion several
years ugo. as witness the following
fr?)in a rormer resident of this county,
now residing In Laim n and w I o we
are sure contributed no little m the
defeat of the dit pensary in Laurens
Laurens, s C. Nov. I ijiOS.
Mr. IM II. l>o('nmp
(laffltey, s ('
Dear Sir: IT:: for the dispensary
i and I,'l8:i itgniu t with only three
small hoses to hear from tin i ?? W
ohango ? 11? - result hui t I
rtreds of people are i ? oh It -?
bright luornlnn II I ? ' -
good will are In
I know thr.t
a clean * -
With he ?
whom do ?
bo given I .
Whom tin MOW
the advance u
I zed whisk- ? ?
it (llKClOKfH, lipil
queHtlon f ell
I llOHO Soil ill ? . i ' ?
tllOKO of (ill! 101
No mortal Uiuh Ilk'
Tlie countlei on i
won- already "t\ '
tbo Chenicr dl in n :u.- obi It
qunnlltlcu ol liquoi to tli
Vork. LauciiHtor, and i i m
profits rnnn those Hah ? ihe
public H'OitHiirj of Clm >ior, The 1 o
pit- of the iliroc otil ide couutlOH help
ed to pay ihe luxen of fiioHlor count ? >
ami Ihe city of Chester. Lauren
counly was wholly surrounded by
probibltloii leii'itorj awl perhapi hull
tin* proiltH from the Lauren ill pen
sary came front oilier than Linnens
White the abolition ol the dl i- n
Harles, supposing that "blllid Hgw
will not be lolloralod, will make tie
people richer, noi poorer In the long
run. the nvei age yob r doi . n<-i look
so far ahead ns Ihm economic con ?
(juence. 11? - doei noi u.< ihe cutting
off of public revenues with an Immed
iately following Increase in the direct
tax levy. Tim i Oplo Of Cheater an.I
Laumnn have noi allowed llila selfish
consideration to Weigh in Iho equation;
They an' opposed iii (he liquor truffle
and they have abolished it. come whnl
will. .Most of Clarendon's nelghboi
have dispensation, but the (iarendon
VOtOrs will also 1080 direct dispensary
revenues. New is and Couiior,
Moni KverjhoilyN lliipp).
We rejoice with ihe Clll'/.eilS of LlUI
reiiK over ihelr victory lor prohlblllou,
It is now clear why the dlapenanry
people III Lauren . ROUglll lo I njolll
the election. They knew whnl was
coming. Spnrtnnbnrg .lournal.
The Prolllhltloii Sentiment,
The recent crushing defeats suf
fered by lb*' dispensary at Union,
Chester and Lumens do not substan
tiate the statement sometimes made
Hint prohibition sentiment Is on the
Mood I tfes, Verj Cfeod.
IM oh iliii ion won in LaureilS COUIlty
rday by a handsome majority.
I h dlsponsary advocates made a de
lormined effort to prevent the election
but i heir objections were overruled
by the supreme court and the election
>vas ordered. Chester and Clarendou
also voted oat the dispensary. la
the meantime Abbeville holds on to
her?, ilie people not having a ctaiace
0 vole Oil the question.
I ! ;.. lor prohibition to "i-ir* tof tho
dlspensury in Laurent*. *.'.w>d*
Honen 1'vir.q QJhronlcle.
And (o the t?'loro,oiele.
Om hat is o.'<r t,o the Clinton Gazette,
the Clinton. Pulpit and The Laurens j
Advertise; fm* the fight they put up
-iMainst the sale of whiskey in.,Lau/ens
county. May their Mars rise hJgh ;
and their coffers iiufile. The ttgilqj
win won and forever WOII. The dis-J
l> >usury will have a ' sale" and qufit.? <\
Cllpton Chronicle. i
t'ouuratyhiK'S The Advertiser.
We iii.t. ihiit The Lawrens Adver- |
H er lias put in ,< linotype, machine >f
., " n>'*[ ,u *. one- to Laurens county. )
"".ngratulate Mr. Boney.- Our j
Mr. reatherstanc hi Chester.
following is Ml hem. from the y
Chester Lantern, that will bo of in
lercat to Advertiser readers:
??Mr. c. c. Featheratone spoke at the
ipcrn house last night, according to
previous announcement. Mr. Feath
orstono is well and favorably known
nil over the State, having made a good
rim for governor OIICO, against great
,,dds. amh'havlnR been several times
il.luted .indue to hold speelnl terms
,f court or to preside in the place of
regular judges who were for the time
"The speaker gave far better enter
tainment than Is often furnished by
paid lecturers. Facts about the li
quor business and the effects of pro- ;
tilbition were ; rt.-:<ir:.*.?=?'' in a strong
1 light, and i:riz.':Z.\& on prohibi
?? r Mtiy abusing
vi-* M*j .-. m-jstratioD
- ?.-?. } vbixte t. impression
? ? - ? : . ?Xk? ?BOSt C'.'.ed
- it ?*. rwrtr.*! that
. - ;n?o; ? ? . vi*. ? '->.'-'.;?' car.r.o'.
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v. -ft ?.-.'r.^-Mf'j: y
u.?V/*7 T%* tet^a
?.?..v. hobl, *..?-nJt
t*to\ ?.-.*?..*; lti**X C*.v.*. if* ittl
? : .. r<S"*J W ?IfiMS* ./| '''' I-*-4
. r*jj*! ?.:.?:..' COtJfitlft*. Tilt
Mv- .>: *'< do. the
? ? i,(r 'iO.f.K thOt*t b'ihif.e K,
> ? ?/. kt+. run ft log 04 formerly,
out any ?ztra itv> labor D. more
? sod is rendering batter ?er*
atid ri'.ort ;j better condition
a/fairs generally obtains than In
rJa/M when liquor flowed freely.
true of other counties where
dispensary ha;, been overthrown,
Coed \Wk for Temperance.
H L Honey, a graduate of Fur*
1,'nlverslty and v.-11 known In
1 . olty, Ih one of the loader? of the
tuenl lo vote the dispensary out
,i LaurenH county in the election Id
he held on the question next Tueaday.
,ii Honey la itie able editor of The
Laurcns Advortlaor and through the
column:, of It Ih paper hau done good
work for Hie temperance cause,
lie v. are of OiutnientH for Catarrh 'h.it
mercury win auroly destroy the
? n e ni Hinoll nand completely do
rango the whole Kystom whep enter
ing li through the mucpUH surfaces,
ueh artlclOH should never ho used
?? < i pt on prescriptions from refmta
ble physicians, rh the damage they
Will do Is ten fold to the good you
ean possibly dorlve from them, Mali's
Catarrh Curo, manufactured by F, J.
(!heney k- co., Toledo, Q? contalnH no
mercury, and Is taken Internally, act*
- directly upon the blood ami mu
r'otta HtirfnCCH of the system. In buy
ing Hall's Catarrh Cure be ?Ute you
gel the genitlne. It Ih taken Intern
ally ami made in Toledo, Ohio, by v.
I Cheney & Co. Testimonials frcee.
Sold by DrUgglslB. Price 7?c per
Take Hall's Family P|Hs for eonsti
Compliment for Furniture Co.
The following not lee appearing In
the Soulhern Furniture Journal, the
largest newspaper of the kind in the
South, if, a distinct compliment to the
La,irons concom referred to:
"The new catalogue of the Lauren*
Furniture Manufacturing Company I*
a meal credit to the line shown, the
and to the builder of the catalogue.
The line Ho well displayed Is undoubt
edly one of the eleanent and highest
grade lines of suites and chiffoniers
made any where."
- Greenville News.
Tetter, Salt Rheum and facma
Best Catarrh Doctor.
This is the llitle lly
ouu'i Inhaler, n doctot
thai has cured many
thousands <>t" sufferers
from catarrh, bronchi
tis, asthma, hay fever,
?oUghs, colds, grip and
It's easy lo cure
yourself with Hyonu 1.
Pour a few drops in
the little inhaler, and
breathe it in. The hcal
j Ing, soothing and anti
septic air will reach
every nook and Crevice
of the mucous mem
brane of the nos > ami
throat: will stop the
Irretation nlmosl Im
mediately; will allay
the Inflamation; drive
out the foul odor: kill
the serins and cure the
"My wife has he. n
ijs'ji^ Hyomel for two
rpoiiths for catarrh.
She has received more ACTUAL Stft
Tcdief and benefit than from any other
I treatment."? E. i?. Parrett. Jefferson
The Laaurt as Drug Company, the
-linguists, sells Hyomel (pronounced
.11 Igh-o-mc? and guarantees if. A
?complete outfit, including thaler,
?only costs J 1.00.
14 and I V
box Part; at Waterloo.
The ladies of the Waterloo Baptist
chUrch will give a box party in the
church on Thursday night, of this j
week. November 12th. The public is
Ho? to to t Strong.
I'. I. Daly, of 1247 W. Congress St..
Chicago, teils of ii way to become
strong! He says: "My mother, who is
old and was very feeble, is deriving
so much benefu from Electric Hitters,
that I feel it's my duty to tell those
who need a tonic and .strengthening
medicine about it. In my mother's
case a marked gain in flesh lias re
sulted, insomnia hau been overcome,
and she is fcUmdlly growing stronger."
Electric Bitters quickly remedy stom
ach, liver and kidney complaints. Sold
under guaruntee a' Palmetto Drug
Co.. and at Laurens Drug Co. 50c.
Try another barrel of Henry Clay
Flour, same price.
Fatten your hogs with our Rice
Meal, fi.-ar tr.'i Short?.
We are headquarters for Bagging
and Cotton Ties, old ar.d new.
You hid better prepare for
next year by sowing plenty ol
good Seed Wheat, Rye Uarley
and Oats, Wo cat, furnish you
To arrive tili.? week a car liJtd
of Red Appier Seed OaU,
I/ntrcns, S. C.
Some Keal Estate Bargains.
Fine ginning OUtflt 24 miles of the
city, at a bargain. Strike while the
iron is hot.
13 acfos on Dunkin's crook, will pay
the interest on $7.r> an acre in native
grass for liny alone. Very cheap.
The prettiest oak lawn, well set in
grass, with beat up-to-date concreto
welling with lf> rooms and halls, very
finely finished inside, can throw three
rooms Into one if desired. The most
comfortable house in the South, and
most artistic and well adapted for any
The Cftpt. J. It. Swit/.or place is now
on the market cheap, and may be cut
up in small tract8 if price is right.
We have a place suitable for a col
logo, sanitarium or orphanage.
Anderson & Blakely
West Main St. Laurena. S. C.
Real Estate Offerings
acres of land, with dwelling, good
barn and oat-buildings, near Owings.
Price $3,500; terms made easy.
100 acres of land, with five room
dwelling, U-room tenant house, good
out buildings, near Hickory Tavern,
.Sullivan township. Price $16.00 per
3V6 acres of land in town of Lnn
ford. with live-room dwelling. Price
$ I .r-oo.
acres of land in town of I.anford.
with tenant hous, at $50.00 per acre.
52 acres of laud in town of Gray
Court, dwelling and outbuildings.
Price $50 per acre.
S9 acres of land in one lttlle of the
town of Gray Court, with two dwell
ings. Price $40 per acre.
acres of land near Raburu Creek
church, S-rootn dwelling, three tenant
houses. Price S;1.?..")!.? per aero.
100 acres of land in Youngs township,
11 room dwelling, two tenant houses,
I good barn. Price $2.250.
255 acres of land in Waterloo town
ship, known as the John Y. Boyd place
i with dwelling and OUt-buildin gs. Price
ISO acres of land in two miles of
Waterloo, with dwelling and out-build
ings. Price $2.250.
15 acres land known as. the Gray
Court quarrv. This quarry/ is now in
good working order and a"fine invest
ment for men that want, this line of
business. Ask for prices and terms.
127 acres land in Su'ibvan township.
9 room dwelling, good out buildings, 1
tenant house. Price $30 per acre.
27 acres land hour ded by J. C. Owings
and J. R. Willis. Vrice $500.
30 acres land >jounded by lands of
Thomas ArmstUjng and John Oraydon.
Dwelling and < Aitbuildings. Price $35
42 acres ooimded by lands of the
Badgett faj-m, J. O. C. Fleming. W, J.
Copeland, one. dwelling and out-build
ing. Price $2,250.00
?">> acres at Gray Court, 4-room house
and out building, bounded by lands of
E. T. Shell and M. H. Burdine. Price
$60 per acre.
Seven room house and two acre lot in
town of Gray Court, modern build.
llf? otros of land Dial's township,
known as the old Wham's homes! ??< I,
with dwelling and out-buildings. Price
$27.;">0 per acre.
200 acres of land one mile of Dial's
Church; "> tenant houses ?.'10 per aero.
Terms made easy.
100'acres of land. 8 room cottage, 2
tenant houses, in 0110half mile of Dial's
church. Price $4,000. Terms made
205 acres in Fairview^townsliip Green
ville county, near Cedar Falls, bounded
by John Terry. Clyde Willis, John IV !
en and others, three dwellings close lo
church and tine school. Trice Sls.ow
7 lota suitable for [building purposes,
in the town of Simpsonville; prices
11"> acres land, known as the old
Wham homesteader "Wham's I.awn."
with dwelling and out-buildings. Prico
!?27."><i per acre
126 acres land 2'.j miles from Barks
dale station with dwelling und out
buildings; 2-horse farm in cultivation;
line pasture and well timbered. Price
00 acres of half mile from Dial's
church with dwelling and outbuildings,
with 40 acres in cultivation, l" acres of
tine bottom land. Price $1,S00.
173 acre? of land in Dial's Township,
known as the Wham place, bounded bv
lands of W. M. Deck. Win. Wham and
R. A. Nash, with good dwelling, tenant
houses and three horse farm in cultiva
tion. See this property for there is n
bargain for you. Price $4,000.
ivl acres near Friendship church, g ad
dwelling and outbuildings. Bounded In
lands of W. R. Cheek. D. Woods nn'd
others. Price $2,.">00.00.
142 acres of land, bounded by estate
of J. H. Switzer and Simpson estate,
with dwelling. 2 tenement houses and
good outbuildings. Price $20 per acre.
4 acres land and nine room dwelling,
servant's house, in town of Gray Court.
One lot with four room house on Gnr
lington st., nicely located. Price $1,650.
53 acres of land in diu? mile of Green
Pond churcli, bounded by lands of E. C.
Stone, Robert Woods and others, with
?v six room mltaire, tenant house, lino
wircd-in pastures. $35 per acre.
sto acr ?s in !.aureus township, bound
ed by lands of VV. A. Mills, W. A.
Simp ion Lud) Mills and others, nice
dv . well supplied with tenant.
llOUSCS. This, farm will bo divided into
50 acre lots if so desired, ranging in
price from $25 I > $50 per acre or will
sell the whole for $32,000.00
2 acres land in tin City of I.aurons,
on East Main Street, bounded by prop
erty of Mr.--. Catharine Holmes and oth
ers'. Prico $1,300.
5.32 acres land fronting North Harper"
street, jusi outside corporate limits,
with r-room clw. Hing. Prico $:?,000.
103 acres near Ml. olive Church;.
Waterloo township, known as part of
the Washington | V . I wo dwelling and
access sary < ut-bui .1'. Price $15. (XV
531? aci'c* land 2 miles of Tumbling
Shoal.-, nine r ?oni dolling, good barn
and outbuildings, !<! tenant houses, well
timbered, bl-horso farm in cultivation.
Price per acre $35.
500 acres oi* land within six miles of
Laurens, flyo miles of Clinton, will?
dwelling and four tenant houses, 250
acres in cultivation, balance in wood
land. Terms made easy at $20 per acre.
93 acres land near Walls Mills,
bound -1 by S. O. Leak and M. A.
Knight, I tenant house. Prico $40 per
200 acres land, bounded by lands: of
Mrs. Jesse Tcaguo. -lu->. Watts., Dr.
Fuller, dwelling and tennent houses, -l
horse farm in cultivation. Price:
(iS acres land 2'. miles Gray Court,
bounded by lands of J. II. Godfrey, John
Armstrong and others. Prico$1,650 0<),
200 acres land. Waterloo towns!"'j.,
bounded by lnnds of cstnto of W V
Smith, J. U, Anderson and Salud '?5?'
or. Price $2,500.00.
One lot in city of I.aur
located, six room cottag?
6-8 acres. Prico $2500.0- , '
J. N. Leak
Real Estate, Stocks and Bonds. Grav C" a n
Of whicn the 8U-j>oriority i4 unqU08.
Honed, and .8e?a on its rneriUs The
iberil r 4tronag0 which we are receiv
e/in proof. '
Our Studio wan built for success on
true photographic principles so as to
overcome the disadvantages that many
photographers are laboring under.
Consequently, we can produce more
artistic and properly lighted photo
graphs that are very pleading.
We are adding nn elegant line of
Picture Moulding-. Frames made to
West Main Street
DR. CLIFTON JONJ SS
OFFICE IN SIMMONS BUILDING
Phone: Office No. KG: Residenc "! 219.
T. C. TURNER, JU.,
Will practice in all State <-ourt:<.
Prompt attention jjiven to all I justness.
Offlee in Fnterpnse Pank Bt lilding.
Take notice that on the Atli day of
December. 1008. we will render a
Dual account of our acts and doings'
as administrators of the. catnte of
Sallle LaWSOP. deceased, ten itho office
of the, .fudge of Probate Of 3.aureus
county at i> o'clock, a. in. And on
the same day will apply- tot si final
discharge from our trout ae admin
All persons Indebted \o saM estate
me notified and require^] to mab pay
ment on that date; njid all irersons
having claims agaliiHt wald estate will
present them on or hnforo said dale,
<luly proven, or ho fo>r?ver barred.
l.aurcnn Ttfusl Company.
Nov. 4. 1908. 1
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Not all d< all ?. )
litth* more and Ihcy 1.
Wo l>ellcvo \.-s 1 whal Ihn > ? pic < * community want.
Whilo it coat n ivlittluiaovo Ihn i olh< ra it ia worth a great deal more.
Eva^y fris&K-r.:- h vv. "i.." !- ;-i Si Costs
It's worth whilo to 1 .v- rlftbt ??. ': i arc at it. Got tho wagon
that ia not going ??> bbttv ry at with Liro cutting, breakdowns, etc.
, Wo havo that waj; a.
COME IN AND LET US TALK Mil.D UPN TO YOU,
>\va what that
;: nnmg, hi at
on tho mar!? t.
I i ? ta them a
H. Douglas Gray & Co.
A Speedy Cure for
Constipation. Hiliousness, Dyspepsia, Indigi Mloni
Liver Complaints, Tired Keeling, Had I MIO in
the Month, Had Complexion, Ncivnu nrs, and nil
diseases ol the Stomach, Liver and liowcls.
" lUoodlne l.lver Pills*'
act gently, yet thoroughly npon the bowel,, I.', r,
stomach and digestive organs. The pill*, it) i Id
and chronic cases o( conatipatlon and Indlg itlon,
act at once, without griping, nor do they leave any
unpleasant after-effee ts, nor form Aconstant habil
ol purging;, produced l>y other cathartic remedies
"Hloodlne l.lver Pills"
restore the deranged and torpid liver to Its normal
condition and healthful action. Remove and bra
vent constipation hy securing a natural and rcgii
lar operation ol the bowels, and relieve those tin
pleasant symptoms which attend .t di leati d or
morbid condition of the liver, stomach and bowel)
To assist In attaining this end, the following nug
gestions are offered.
RKMARKfl. Everyone who uses pills (.
their action on the liver, should know th.it larf
doses rarely i>r,ove as satisfactory a< small on
Large doses simply purge and pass out of the S)
tern, usually leaving the botrell con tlnalcd, and
seldom removing the cause of the trouble, or In
prove the general health. On the other ha.id.
small doses develop the alterative effect of the
medicine, do not irritate or constipate the bowel
but gently stimulate the liver and prevent tl
accumulation ol bile by directing lit flow into th
proper channels. Therefore it is advisable to com
mence by taking not over one or two pills at bed
time ana increase dose at necessary.
OinTS: ? I find your " Bloodiue I,m i I
the most effective pill I ever used. They cause
no griping or constipative after etleci as mo t liver
pills do. Yours truly,
> ? MRS. AM AI >A RICHARDSON.
5 l^oxei i.oo
Bloodlne Ointment cores Piles, joe a box.
DR. B. F. POSEY,
La.uvens, S. G.
I all the