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NEGRO 18 CliAltHKD
WITH BIRNING CK1H
Arthur Copeland is Drought Hen1 from
Charlotte, North Carolina, to \n
swer Charge of Arson.
Arthur* Copeland, n negro farm
laborer, wlio lived on the plantation
of Mr. John d. Mills for a number oi
years, is in the county jail nnd will
l><> tried nl the March term of the
Criminal court on the charge of arson.
Two years ago this month, the crib
of Mr. ,T. I). .Mills, containing aboul
."?00 bushels of corn, was destroyed by
fire late one night, together with the
gear and tool house, entailing a loss
of about $900, C'opeland was at tho
time living on the place. There was
a suspicion thai Copeland was guilty
of the crime. ||e remained on the
place until last spring, leaving sud
denly for parts unknown. A short
time ago he was located in Charlotte,
whore he wan serving it sentence
for bent in;: his wife. Inquiry was
made by the Charlotte authorities if
the negro was wanted la-re. Intimat
ing that evidence siillleenl in connect
him with Ihc commission of the nhovc
indicated crime had heeu secured.
\-< a result of Ibis infortmitinii
Sherift Owinga deputized Mr. P W
I.lttlo to go tor Copeland one day lasi
week, his term on the chain gang in
Charlotte having expired.
Cross Hill Personals.
Cross Hill Feb. 1st?Friends of
Mrs. Sallie Hassel I of Fredrlcksburg
Va., have received announcement ol
the marriage of her daughter, Katie
Spencer Hassel! on Jan'iOth to Mr
Curtis Sonder of Lynch burg Va
Miss HaSSOll is well known in Cross
Mill, Her farther the late Rev. A.
M. Kasse) I was pastor of the
Presbyterian church here from I SSO
Mrs. it. T. Wade spent several days
with her friend Mrs. R. A. Austin
Mrs. ,T. A. Wilscol was taken to tin
hospital In Columbia last Friday.
Her conditins is serious..
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Duke:, of
Greenwood are spending .some time
with Mr. Jim Dukes.
Post muster'* Salary liaised.
Washington, Fob. I. Through the
efforts of Ropresoutatlvc Johnson,
the romuuernticn for Ihc keeping of
poutal sub station No. l at Laurens
Cotton mills, has been Increased $10o
per annum, the increase taking effect
Fobnary I. Tiiis substation Is sup
plied by a rural route (artier, bill is
within the city limits, and is increas
ing in patronage rapidly. The sub
j,lantion is located in the company
store at the mills.
Preaching al Cheslnul Ridge.
Rev, Mr. Thnyer will preach to the
Chestnut Ridge Congregation on nexi
Sunday afternoon at o'clock. The
public are cordially Invited to attend
t h Is service.
Rev. Mr. Ihimnictt's Work Ibis Vear.
The Rov, \V. I). I lammet t. who
recently resigned the pastorate of the
Second Rapt 1st church, has accepted
a call from Mount Lebanon, one ol"
the oldest Hnptisl churches in S pa ri
ll II blll'g county, located near Glenn
Springs. This church was Mr. Ham
men's first charge after entering the
ministry, succeeding the Rev. W. P.
Smith, the venerable and venerated
Ihiptist divine of Spaiinnburg.
Air. Hammed will continue to reside
in Laurens as he has two churches
in this county. I'nlon ami Hellvlew.
Vet with this work he has one open
Sunday in each month.
Tragic Death ef a (mod Negro.
Sylvester, the wife of Cuul.v darling
ton was fatally burned on last Wed
liesday and died the next morning
While attending to some duty in trout
of the lite her dress (aught and being
alone in the house the tl nines Were
all over her before help came
She was a quid, industrious home
woman and had the respect of all her
while and colored neighbors who do.
ploro her tragic and.
The Crime of Idleness.
Idleness means (rouble for ll||.V
one. It's the same with a In?.)' liver.
II causes constipation, headache.
.jaundice, sallow complexion, pimples
and blotches, loss of appctitte, nausea
out Dr. King's New Lifo' I'jlls soon
banish liver (roubles and build up
your health. L'.'.c at Laurens Drug
('o. and Palmetto Drug Co.
NOTH L TO ( I/KAN KTRKAMS.
Slate of South Carolina.
County of Laurens.
Pursuant to an Act of the General
Assembly of South Carolina, provid
ing therefor, the County Hoard of
Commissioners for Laurens County.
State aforesaid, does hereby order
and fix the following dates for the
cleaning of streams within said
county during the year 1900, to wit:
\ll streams within said county ?hall
he denned out. as rerpiircd by law
during the period beginning FoblMt
ary 1st. and ending March 31st, and
that they shall again be cleaned with
in tiie period beginning July 15th an I
ending August 81st, 1909.
All land owners ami persons in
charge of lands within the county arc
hereby notified aiul required to clean
lheir streams within the above named
Done at Laurens, S. ('.. in regular
annual meeting this 7tli day of .lanu
ary, A. d 1909.
II. H. HUMBERT.
county Of>rl\ 2 ." II
Ramjitet sit < llntou.
Clin Ion, January Ml, Tho r.arnoa
class, of til" Fil l ltU|>ti i Church,
tendered a splendid banquet ntiFri
? lay night in tin- Clilitou Hotel, i<> I ho
fhllathcu class, ot 11*?* same church.
Aboni ono hundred enjoyed the toast
spread by Mr. and Mrs Workman.
The iiK'im was tundo un <>r a
list ot choice delicacies. When all
had done it full justice, a programme
of excellent spocches kept tho guests
ontortninod until Hie woe small hour.
Tho speakers were Rev. Lewis
Fowler, pastor of thcUuptlst Church;
tho Row Mr. Thnyer, of Laurons;
the Itov. R. \V. Hidden, pastor of the
Hush River t'hurcli <>t" this county,
and tho Itov. R. C. Watson, of Chest
nut Ridge, in this county.
This oct al ion was ono of the most
delightful social events of ihr winter,
and is an evidence of tho zeal and
enthusiasm of the young men ot* the
Baptist Church nud their pastor.
Curd of Thanks.
1 wish io express my deep appreci
ation to tln> ?nod people for their
sympathy in my sickness. i>oi!i white
and eolotvd. Such evidence ot
friendship and sympathy will always
l am itlad to . a> ihal i am netting
along as well as could he expected
.lames II, lleujamiu.
.Mountville. s. ('.
Main a Lanrens Household Will find
To hnvo tltO pains and uches of a
had hack removed' to l>0 entirely free
from annoying, daugorous urinary
disordered i< enough lo make any
kidney sufferer grateful.
To tell how this groat change can
be brought ahoul will prove comfort
lug words In hundreds nl Lanrens
Horben Tucker.. Mill Itow, Loii
rciis. S. i". says: "I know Donu's
Kidney fills to be a line remedy foi
kidney trouble and I willingly en
dorse them. 1 suffered eonslder
erably from ibis complaint, the eholl
feature being constant pains in m>
bach and loins. I at length learned
to Doau's Kidney fills an?) deciding
to give them a trial, procured a box
ill the Palmetto Drug Co. They
entirely relieved inc. and i have had
no trouble of this sort since."
For solo by nil dealers, fi ice r>0
COIlts. Foster-Milbnnt Co., Uuffnlo,
N'oew York, sole agent i for the fulled
Remember the name I Minn's and
take no other. 2S..M0
The average cost for fuel for a rail
road train is ten Cents a aide, and tin
average liromnn burns $2.r?00 worth
it yen r.
Scared W ilh ti II;?! Iron
or scolded b\ overturned kettle cut
with a knife?bruised by slninined
door?Injured by nun or In nny other
way?ino thing needed at on< o Is
Rucklou's Arnica Salve to subdue in
(lamination and kill the pain. It's
earth's supreme healer. Infallible rbr
foils, Ulcers. Fever Sores. Roxeina
and Piles. 2."?o nl Luureus Drug Co.
and faIUli it" I )run Co.
Take notice Ihal oil the ">th day of
Marth. Rio!?, I will render a final
account of my a' ls and doings a . ad
nilnlstrnloi of the estate of W. I*.
Culnc, dooensod. in the ofllce of the
.indue of I'robntc oi Lanrens county,
nt II o'clock, a. in., ami on the same
doj will apply for a final discharge
from my trust as administrator,
All pei..on.; indebted to said estate
are not I lied and required io make pay
incut on Hint dale; and all persons
having claims against said i state will
present thorn <>n or before sold dato
duly proven, or be forever barred.
February :'. I null, i mo.
On Partial Payments.
A small amount down and a little each
month will soon
Buy a Diamond
You will have it paid for before yon
know it, and wit b the nioilej you
would have IhroVrtl away.
You know the quality mid the weight
of the Diamond you buy from us,
We sell the boat anil at rea
sonably "low price
(CT ? ?
With the case; made ol the best quality of material '.uiuully
finished. The inside works which is the life of r machine are
so constructed that there is nothing to get out >f shap 1 We also
have a good selection of Records, including all the latest songs,
band pieces and speeches. With a Oraphophone and a good selec
tion of Records you can enjoy good music at your h u\ >e sure to
let us show you our line.
Chamber In in's Cough Itemed) the
.Most Popular because it Is the Host
"I have sold Chamberlain's Cough
Itomed.N for the past night yours und
lind i: lo bo one >>' Hie host selling
medic in es on the market. Kor i ? s t
Iths and young children there Is
nothing heiter i:i tie- line ol coilgh
syrups," says Paul Allen Plnin Heal
ing, La. This renn dy not only
euros the coughs, cold and croup s<>
common among young children, but
is pleasenl and sale for them to lake.
i'"*or sale by Laurens Drug Co.
in spite of the fact that she seenn
so demure ami amiable, tic cat is a
constant tail hearer.
Washington's Plague Spols
lie in the low, marshy bottoms ol the
Potomac, the breeding ground of ma
laria germs These germs cause chills
fovei ami ague, biliousness, jaundice,
lassitude, weakness and neral do
biilty and bring suffering or death ">
thousands yeear'y. I til I lOlootrio Dil
tors never fail to destroy ibeni rind
eure malaria troubles. ?'they are
H e best all-round Ionic and cure for
malaria I ever used." writes It. M.
.lames, of Louollcn, s. (', Tho\ cure
Stomach, Liver. Kldne,\ and Dlood
Troubles and will prevent Typhoid.
Try tliem, .'?in' (luarniilccd by Lau
rens Drug ,4*0. and Palmetto Drug
Charles H is said to have hi : ! t n
couraged the public appearance ol
women on the stage in Kuglaild in
We would like to call
your attention lo our Win
der, Balentinc, and Cotton
Bloom Cotton Planters, (Ina
no Distributer?, Little jot;
Marrows, Dixie Hoy Plow
Stocks, Daisey Turn Plows,
Blottuts Uslei Plows, Bent
l^OOt Stocks, Iron Beam
Slocks, Double Stocks,
Mounts 1 aster 8-IO and i 2
inch Steel Points, Collar
Pads, Dutch Collars, Hack
Hands, Hume Strings, Clev*
ises, Heel Holts, Curry Conti?
Harnes, Trace Chains. Harb
Wire, Morse and Mule Shoes,
Wire Nails. Axes. A\c Han
dles-, Cotton k?pe, Sisal
Rope, (irind Stones, Single
Trees, and various OtllCl
things thai you need <>n
Laurens, .1 .' . ? S. C
of Or?phtil)Uoh< i coi
Ih(obi Fiona .-.nil hnn<