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The most highly refined and healthful j|j
t'^^g^N^ of baking powders. Its constant use ?
1 fl^f|5) n in almost every American household, g
Pji^^^y((ml its sales all over the world, attest its B
^^[f?^ wonderful populav'ty and usefulness. jg
TWO STATU ASSOl'l VTIOXS.
Laurens Tanners A Mr nil I Iltet't'St itl|j
Meetings Held in Co him bill.
^ Messrs. .Iiihn I). \V. Walts. J. T. A.
Billlew, \V. I). Ityrd and I?, I!. Halle)
attended the annual meeting of ;lu
Live Stock association of South Cairo
Una. held in Columbia the past week
Messrs. Byrd and Bnlley are member*
of the Association and both take gronl
interest in its success. Botli are in
lerested in cattle and dairying;, Indus
tries which the Live stock associa
tion seeks to encourage nnd build ui
in this State.
In addition to attending the Livi
Stock association. Messrs. Waits am!
I3allew, Laurcis members of the ex
ecutive committee i>f the South Caro
lina Agricultural and Mechanical as
socintlon, were present at tile regulat
s|>ring meeting of the state Fair ;<??
Bociation committee, held Thursda)
At this meeting plans for the next an
until exhibition were discussed am
formulated. Mr. Waits was electoi
superintendent of the new department
known as the "bench show'- or ih<
exhibit of canines, which Is regardei |
as a very happy selection bj Ihosi '
f who know Mr. Watts. Besides thh
.Mr. Watts has charge of other depart
ments with which he is familiar and
whoso success from year to year In
is enthusiastically interested. Mi
.Mr. Watts, as chairman of Ihe emu
mittoo on premiums, has called i
meoliug of the committee to he heb
in Columbia in about ten days.
Mr. Hallew has for years been con
nee ted with the state Pair, and lasi
year he was olectbd a member of tin
executive committee; besides he i.
superintendent of the poultry depart
Because meats are so lastly the}
are Consumed in ere;.i excess. Tills
leads to stomach troubles, biliousuesi
ami constipation. Itcvlse your diet
lei reason and pot a pampered appe ;
lite COlltrOl, then Ulke a feu dos.-:
of Chamberlain's stomach and livei
(ablets and yon will soon he weli
again, for sale hy Laurens Druf
Co. Samples free.
Series of Sermons Unded.
Last Sunday morning at Hie Firsi
Baptist church, the pastor, Hew \V K
Tlmyor preached the last of Ids sorle*
of sermons on (hi- 2:ird Psalm. Thesi
sermons have been ipilto notable foi
their beauty and strength, bavin:; at
tracted wide-spread attention. Tin
sermon Sunday morning was "Tin
Christiairs Home" based on these
lines. - And 1 shall dwell in the hottS<
of the Lord forever."
Tuns a (.'humus Victor).
There's rejoicing in Kedorn Tenn
A man's life has been saved, and now
Dr. King's New Discover) is the tnlV
of the town for curing C V, Poppet
could HOI Work nor get about.' In
writes, "nnd the doctors did me no
? good, but. after using Dr King's New
DlSCOVCry three weeks. I feel like ;
new man. A||d can do ffood Work
again." Kor weak, sere or diseased
hums, coughs and colds, hemoiiuiges
hay fever. Ingi'lppc, asthma or an)
bronchial affection it stands iinri
valed. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial
holllo free. Sohl and guaranteed h)
Laurens Dl'tlg Co and Palmetto Drti||
ilulsiicss College For Laurens.
A citizen of Laurens has received
a Idler .roin Mr. Vesloi' .lom-s. form
erly of ihis county, now of Washing
ion. Inquiring about the prospects of
success for a business College in
Laurens. statinu that h 0 had a friend
an eminent pet) mil II and teacher ol
business methods, v. ho wants to com?
South. The mailer has been referred
to ihe (?tnmbor of ('onimorce,
There is Mori Catarrh in this sec
tion of (the country limn all other
diseases put logOtllC" and until the
last few years doctors prOUOUtlCCd i'
a local disease and pn'seribed loclll
remedies, and hy eanstantly f.iiin..
to cure with local treatment, pro
UOUUeod it Incurnble. Science has
proven eaVarrh to he const it ill ionaI
disease and therefore requires COIt
Klltuti mal treatment. Hall's catarrh
iure manu fuel u red by f. i
Cheney K- Co. Telolo Oliio. Is ihe Olli)'
const it tit lonal cure on the market
li is taken internally in dose-, froni
m drops to a teaspoonfull. n hob
direct!) on ihe blood and mucous
surface id" the system. They offer
one hundred dollars for any ease it
If fails to cure. Send for circulars
sold by all Druggists, H5 cents,
\\ i:i)i>i.\<i itKi.i.s er ? unioNv.
Mr. .).('. (Meli siiMl .Mrs Winnie k nigh I
dai ricd Last Sunday.
Harmony |<Vb. Otli.- Some of (he
hoighdors wore komcwhai surprised
last suiida.v when ii was announced
Hud Air. i c 0,1. ii mill Mr Mamie
i Knlghi u us marrli ?!.
The Ceremony was performed by
Kov. .1. o Marlin nl the rcscdcucc of
.Mr. .las II. Carlisle.
,Mr. Od? "i was oho <ii hrow< .ton's
mosl popular widowers. Mr.--. Odcli
was i he widow of i:i>' la tu .lot ills
Knight of ihe Alt. Olive Suction.
Mr. (Hid .Mrs. Odcll v\ at iniuicd.
lately after the CeromoiiA I > his home
ai Drew >rton.
The liltei'ary Society al the Poplar
Spring school Is progressing wonder
fully. i'll" subject discussed Friday
evening of last week was Resolved:
dial Compulsory Kducalion would be
beueilcial in South Carolina, Clar
licc Simmolis am! Wulborl Wood on
ilif Alllrniative, ||ei ry Simpson and
Ktigone Wood on ibo Negative,
The boys on both sich- did v -11 and
ii was hard u, decide wir h side had
won bill ih>' decision was made in
favor of ih<- Negative.
We air expectInp something from
ill- children on Washington's llliih
lav. ?. preperatiolis for tin occii
uon lutve already begun.
Mrs. I.nrkin Hughes after spending
ihoul three weeks in this community
lias returned to Plcketis.
\iiss Oru Mitchell I? here for a few
la.<. i ,oia Anderson.
Ah s. I. K, Arnold of Wart Shoals is
visiting in ihi- Community (his week.
\ Common t ub!,
w claim ili t if catching eoid
?mil.: Ik lividd Sollt? of the most dan
gerous and !. t; ! diseases would
never be heard of. A cold often
forms a culture bed for germs of
infectious diseases. Consumption,
pcnuuioitia. dipthorin ami scarlel
fever, four of the most dangerous
did fatal diseases, arc of this (Mass,
riie culture bed formed by the cold
favors the flovelopehieid of the germs
of these diseases, that would hot
otherwise lind lodgment. There i..
little danger, however, of any of these
diseases being contracted When a
Rood expectorant cough medicine
like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
used. Ii cleans oul these culture
beds Ihhl ia\or the devolopcmoijt of
the gerillS Of these diseases. Thai
is why t'ai remedy has proved so
universally successful in preventing
pneumonia. Its not onl> cures your
cold ijtiickly. hm miiiimixcs the risk
of contracting these dangerous ?l ?.-; i
For sah by Iii?' I.aureus Drug Co.
t i i \ Cl.KKK ii vs Pl.slt.m li.
Mr. IV. II. (Jllkcrsou, sr.. Submitted
lies Hi na i ion Land Tuesday.
At a ihoellhg of the City Council
last Tuesday night. Sir. W II 0111(01
son. Sr.. resigned his position as Cltj
Clerk, Tills came very much as a
surprise, althogether unexpected by
the Council. Mr. (iilkersoh's rcsig
nation will lake effct'l as soon ns his
hooks can be ntlditcd, a condition
stipulated in ihe resignation. The
Council will pass upon the mailer ill
a later meeting.
Ah. Gilkcrson has held (he position
of City Clerk for almost two years,
he having been elected by ihe present
Council in March of I!i07, When seen
by Hie Reporter and ipieiTlcil as (0
the cause oi his step Air. Oiikerson
stateii thai ho had nothing for publi
cation. Then' are various conject
ures as to Ho- can. '' of his resignation,
i.it i:\si: POH litvriTt in mid
COTTON \ni> ins' \t hl P i.i n i
Slate of South Carolina.
Count a oi Laureiis,
Purstuiiil io an Ai i oi the Ocneral
Assembly of ihe Slat" of South Caro
lina, approved the IStli day of Febril
rtr.V, A. i >? IJtO.V, providing therefor,
(he Count) fibard oi Commissioners
for I,au reu? County, in ii"' Slate a for
said, hereiiv |i.v the License for TralHc
in Seed Coltou ami I'll packed I ?Iii 1
Cotton within H e llmlls of said Couu
iy during the period beginning Aiig?
tisl i aii ami endlnu December ?oih of
the yi nr IflOli, in the .sum oi Two Hun
dred and Fifty Holla-. (?2Ti0.0l?).
\n licenses io he Is iied b> ihe Clerk
,ii Cohn ei > .'ni coiintj liti provided
I ion,' al I iliUn 11 c jn i egtlhir
annual session this till da) of .lan
iiarv. A. i >. I?01?. i SI . \l.i
Utcat: ii. U. nr.MitKUT.
M?SHF.H UAIIH. Co. Supervisor.
2S ii. Co. Clerk.
NEWS FROM RABUN < RKKK.
Mr. :. I. Ihihh kills lieu Weighing
."?7*? 1*01111(1*4 OtllOV ItCIIIS.
Rubuii, fob. S. Wo have had . old
III" p.iM week lull it lilts I.n L'lOlW,
ami the farmers have boon plowing,
getting ready to mnke another crop.
Miss Nnnuio Babb, leaeher of the
Fnlrview school was visiting in the
Dr. Reason and his wlfo spent Sat
urdny and Sunday with relatives in
Miss Cora Putnam who has been
vjsiliug friends in Lauren returned
Mr. 'I". F. Dnbb killed the largest
hog yet. It weighed live hundred ami
seventy pounds. If there is one in
th<> community that can beat it. we
will be glad to bear .about it. T. F
laised and fattened Ibis lion on good
home made corn ami it did not want
lor plenty of good butter milk to drink.
This a common form of muscular
rheumatism, No internal treat nent
Is needed. Apply Chamberlain's
Liniment frooly three limes a da)
ami a uuick eure is certain. This
liniment has proven especially valua
ble for muscular ami chronic! rhoti
' matlsm. Sold h> Laurens Drug Ft)
Von can ulways find here the Inrgi
and best line of every thin;; needed in
plain w hltO dishes.
S. M. & K. 11. Wilkes & Co.
FIN \h SI. I I'I.FV.I X I.
Take notice that on the 17th day of
February, 1001), We will u nder a final
account of our acts and doings as ad
ministrators, with Will annexed oi
the estate of l\oiy Cliffy, deceased.
in the olllcc of the Judge of Probate
of Laurens county, at n o'clock, a. m.,
and on the same day will apply for a
final discharge from our trust us ad
ministrators with will annexed.
All persons indebted to said estate
are not I lied and required to make pay
ment on (bat date; and all persons
bavin;; claims against said estate will
present them on or before ihai dale,
duly proven, or be forever barred.
W. C. Curry.
.1. R. Curry.
Administrators with will Annexed.
.Ian. 13, I90ft.
The Feel are Iii?' most abused
members of tho human anatomy.
Many Men often needlessly sac
rifice comfort for style's sake,
and crippled feet corns, bunions
nnd a multitude of fool troubles
follow in the wake of poorly
made and ill lilting' Shoes.
The Shoes we sell are properly
lilted to the feet. Lasts are
such as to insure' comfort and
ease as well as style.
In brief, you can't go amiss on
our Shoes, but you w ill miss foot
comfort and shoe-satisfaction, at
a reasonable cost, if you deny
your feot the right to wear our
Shoes. Our prices are always
$3, $3.50, $4, $5 and $6
The Oiu' Price Store. Customers
Shoes Sinned Free.
1 here's no room
for us lower down, we
visit the Photographic
Conventions and keep
posted as to the latest
and best in our line.
We have changed
our prices, many of
them lowered. A new
line of novelty mount
Ings very attractive.
Good for this week only
- Best Patent Flour, per barrel
Half Patent Flour, per barrel
Water ground Meat, per bushel
Fat Back, per pound
Rib Meat, per pound
? Corn, sound an 1 di >
9 Sound Alixed Peas, per bushel
A No. 5 Timothy and Clover mix
? No. I Timothy and Clover mixed
X Sugar, per ban el
We are expecting in a few d
A 200 barrells best patent flour, one
? Mills half p itent, one car She
? While half patent, one car Cudi
hams and sausage,
a? We mean business and we
We have only one price for rie i ;
and black, everybody's money lo
Ana don't forget that we guara it
of stuff that go out of our house
% satisfactory or n?ney refunded
Yours for cheap pri<
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A Sale that'?
i i iit)!v Won
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AND Alt THR0A1
Oll MONEY ? I i DJ n