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SOME ADDITIONAL KV I LS.
Her. E. V, Watson ?rltcs of ( aril
Editor Tho Advertiser: t? * the llrst
place I wish to cougrntulutu Mr. \V. 11.
VVorkmun ot Clinton, in tho llrui und
docldod stund li>- IniH taken against
card playing In Ills hotel: ho may lose
a few paltry dollars by bis convictions
but by loosing lie is gaining, the Bible
says: "Me that loosoth bis lifo shall
find it." And I had rather belong to
the Christian's USSOC'tatioil than tin
Travelers' Protective association. I
wish that Laurens would fall in line
with Clinton, but I cannot hope for it
Some years ago wo turned our
Christian batteries upon the evil <.i
Dispensary and tlod has given us a
glorious victory, but the Dispensary
is not th>' only evil or dark spot III
the fair city of Untren?.
The Hrst I will mention is that of
the pool room, open day ami lllglll
Interesting old and young which i
a constant nuisance to the good pen
pb> of Laurens; its a good place "i
idleness, and lime Is so precious with
God (hat lie only gives us it moment
at a lime: Do says In Itomnns: i-'
il. "Not slothful in business, fervent
in spirit: serving the Lord/' Vguiu.
its a primary and elementary school
of gambling, like the social game or
the game for pl'l/.OS played in man.
homes of rellnemeut ami hieb social
standing, instilling principle., hi the
children which start them downward
on the road of dogredntlon; again i'
Is a place oi revelllugs, and you onlj
have to turn to I In l.-">: \1 I and (5od
says. "They which do such thing
shall not inherit the kingdom ofdod.'
What ought to be done with such an
institution in Olli illldsi ? I appeal to
the earnest thoughtful and prayerful
consideration of the Christian people
of I.aureus. What can be done? I
appeal to the Christian conscience
and moral thought fill IICSS of our
Another manifest evil in our i ir
is that of Sabbath desecration, "im
seem to have forgotten the eomn
of Cod. "Remember the Sabbath dnj
to Keep it hol*."
stores are opened up here on Sun
day moruing, und buying and seiiim;
going on in open violation <;> Hod's
law and the laws of our country:
lilling prescriptions authorized h.\ u
physician is all right, bill what about
selling tobacco, cigars, and cigarettes,
hooks, and such other nrticles as are
usually kept In a drugstore, if it is
ripht to trade in a dl'llgst >: ? on Sun
day would it he right to open a gl'0
eery store or a dry goods Btore: I du
not think the name would change the
principle, do you?
Now I hear one men hunt suy. *'l
am Willing to close if m.> llutgli 01
will." thai is to >ay. if my UOighboi
does wrong t will; if he steals ti sheep
I will loo; If he goes lo bell. I Will
My in-?.iher. tin- good hook says
"Cease io do evil and Ibniil lo do well"
and you setting the example will help
tin- nearer neighbor to do well too.
Let tne mention one more evil, thai
of tobacco, cigar and cigarette liubit
which I Verily believe j:, killing and
causing almost as much suffering to
day as whiskey, and Strange to me
that almost oVorj victim will confess
that its: an evil ami advise their chil
dren nml neighbors not to ncipiirc tin
habit and go light on sinning uguin I
their own conscience and selling nn
example thai may be Ihe ruin not onl>
Ol his own child but thousands ol
Others; am.1 what about tins, leu
Hinten! Cbritillnii inerchautn who do
not a**- it. and ay I know it la ;.
great evil, bill 1 mm i keep i; foi
CUStOltiers tO keep Up inj' trade: that
Is to say. I don't drink liquor but will
s??ll it to iDei customers thai does
d.iuk it I don't believe in smoking,
(hewing nor (be cignretto using, but
1 will help the fellow that doer he
linv? in It. I will sell him the gtliff.
that wrecks big nervous system, gtvos
biui heart trouble, ami finally will
send to a premature grave Th it
merchant may he a Christian, but me
a happy Christian: how can he haw
the joy of salvation and persistently
sinning ngnlust his own Conscience:
"Whether therefore ye cat or drink
or whatsoever ye do do all to tin
glory of Clod." "Cease to do evil and
learn to do well."
10. ('. W.it son.
(?citing Ulm Classified.
" What sort of alt aiier dinner see.,:,
"One of ti.e kind Who "-tart in by
saying the) didn't expect to he called
on, and then pro oed to demonstrate
that they can't bo called off."Washim;
Washington's Plague Spols
Hfl in the low. in: rsl.y bottoms of IhO
Potomac, th.- breeding ground of mti
In rift germs Tin-re germs cause chills
fever and ague, bllloui ness, jaundice,
lassitude, weakness and general de
bility ami bring suffering or death to
thousands yoonrly. Bui Rlectiic Dil
ters never fall to destroy them npd
euro malaria troubles. "They arc
tin' best all-round tonic and cure for
malaria f ever used." writes ft, .\|
.fames, of Lobelien, s. c They cure
Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Blood
Troubles and will prevent Typhoid,
Try them, 60c. Guaranteed i?y Lau
rens Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug
Tho Rooks of Iho County Trouauror
will be open for tlio collecUon of Stute
County und eoiuinutatlon Road Tnxo
for ilscnl year, 1908, ul tho Treasurer's
Olllco from Oct. 15th, to Docouiber
:;i:;t. 15)08. Aftor December 31at one
percent, will be added: uftor January
31st, two por cent, will bo added; und
uftor February 28th, soven per cenl
will bo added till 111? ? 1Mb dn> ol
March, when tho Hooka will Huso.
All persona owning property hi
ruui i- llitiu one township are retptei led
to < nil for receipts in each oi Hi" sov
cnil townships in which tho properly
is located. This is Important, as
additional cost and penally may i?
AH able-bodied mule citizens, be
tweon the ;iges of _'i und CD years uf
age, are Ruble to pay a poll tax ol
$1.00, exc< pt old soldiers who :ir?' t ;
??inj?t at ?">" yearn of pro. Cotiimulu
fiou Road Tux $1.00 in licit of rond
duly. Kond Tax ?> he paid by the
lid day oi March, I'.m'.i. Oilier inxi
0 he puid the lime slated uhove.
Prompt a I tout ion will he giver
those who wish i<> pay their Tax?*?
lb rough tho mail by check, moil ?.
Persons sending in lists of names to
he takoii oi1 uro retph led to To
tiietii early, always yi? ing Iheii' [Owii
ship.-,, as lite Treasurer la very bus>
darin;; tho month Ol Decombor.
The Tux levy is as follows:
Stuto Tax . ?*''?_? thills,
Ordinary Count) Tu>. '\\\ mills
Special Raid road Tax .... I't mills.
Road tax . imills.
Constitutional School Tux mills.
Past Indebtedness . PL- mills.
Total . 10 mills
1 .aureus No. n . <: mil hi.
Triuity-Rldge No. 1 ...... i mills.
Maddens NO; _ . 2 mills
Nnruiu Xo. :: . 2 mills.
Hnilcy's No. i . j milh
Mills No. .". 2 pilHs.
t);ili Grove No. (*> . 1 mills.
Votings No. - . ?'? mill
Fountain hin No. :>b ... 10 mil
l.niilord No. lo . inj? mills
iphi No. u . 2mil)
I ?ifil.s TowUHhlp.
Green Pond No. I . :'. milh
Hhlloh No. 3 . ^ mills,
(irnS Court-OwingH No. "?. 2 mills.
liarksdale No. ? . :.* milts.
Prlnetoh No. I . ;'. injlls.
Tumbling Shoals No. ll .. . mill
Rc( werten No. 7 . :; mill
Sullivan Township Railroad
ilouds . :. mills
Waterloo No. 11 . j mills.
Ml. Gallagher No. I . :t mills.
Ilethlehem No. - . 2 mills.
lOkom No. it . "j mills,
Ml. Pleasant No. ? . " mills.
Cross Hill Township.
Cross Mill No. 13 . ;: mill:
Cross Hill S. r. 2'4 mill
c:-,,ss Hiii No. I, 2, ::, \
High School . tj.j niUln
II unter Township,
Clin oil No. fi. mili
Mouiitvillo No. id . 2'/| mill?
J. I?. MOCK,
October s, IftOS?td.
Some Bargains in
Ono house and lot in Sullivan St,,
good six room house and the lol alone
containing about one acre is a linos I
worth the money, Price $l,(!OO.0ti.
A nice cottage on Onrlington Stn
Sonio nico building lets on the > dg<
of town, six acres for only ?1,00 '
Some bargains in nice building lots
and small farm:, suitable fot' truck
farms, just beyond the Wntta Mill, sei
us about these.
We also have .some nice hen,- on otl
list, See us if you ward to buy or sell
II. A. McLEOD, Mgr. Real I date
Offieo in Todd Building.
I'll Piiritlslicd Iho hiiihlor,
"Dear." whispered Hie eloping lover,
"what shall wo do with Ihe rope lad
der? We shouldn't leave it hntlglUfl
"On! that's nil right/' replied the
coy damsel, "Pa said ho'd pull ii up
again so wo couldn't ?et back."
Catholic Standard Mid Times.
nuniihcrluin's Cough Keitiedj 1!"
Most Popular Because it i* (ho lb -
"l have Bold Chhniborlnln's Cougl
Itemed) ror Iho past olghl years and
lllld it 10 he one fd tho 1)081 KOllill.'J
inodli Ines on the nini k> t. For 1?
hhs ami young children there
nothing heller in the line of < Oil .
s) rupg," says Paul Allen Plain i >? 1
Inn. l.a. This remedy not only
cures the COIIgllB, cold und Cl'Otlp SO
common nmorig young children, bul
Is ploasent and safe for them to take
For s.rde by Laurcna Drug Co,
I Special Offerings for
I his Week at
y Argo Salmon, regular
S price 2(>c, this week
I >on|v '5C
California I'caches reg?
i?j ulat' price 25c etuis,
a this week only 20c
ft Lot of fat fancy Mack*
crel i(? to iSort. each,
1 15c two for 25c
a Scuclclcrs best maple
w Syrup, per (jl, 35c
y Standard Tomatoes 31b
il can, toe
? h'ancy Stock Tomatoes
,i two cms for 250
,y Remember we carry the
^' K >t of even thing, it you
* want the best we have it.
Pencils, Inks, Pencil
I Tablets, Ink Tablets
$ Writing' Pens, Kulers,
i Leasers, Sponge, etc.
11' you want a school
9 book come here for it.
A nice line of Box Pa
I per and Envelopes.
d Choice line of Cold
h Cream, Perfumery and |
101 iet Soaps. Eg
I Dr. Posey's
rJ he Old Reliable.
We tire glad to be able to say
that we were perfectly delighted
with the amount of business that
voti gave its during llie month
jnst past and we are equally
pleased to h tve sv.? many of yon
s;iv that yon were satisfied with
your purchases from us, IJtit
Listen! We have made heavy
purchases for February delivery,
and have go! everything bought
at k<>( k I lot torn prices before the
reecnl advatiees, and we want to
strongly urge that you call on US
for aiiy commodity what-so*ever
you m.p. med. We positively
know that we can save you money
on anything In our line. As for
quality-you know yourself that
we handle nothing but the very
I)' ?t. Quality is long remem
bered after price is forgotten.
JL S. Machen & Co.
I It. CLIFTON JONKS
Office in Simmons lluiliiin?
Phono: OMice No. fl?>; Residence L'1!V
Chamberlain's Cough Remed
Ct 1 1 . Ci up ind Wioonlnii CoiiBh.
CHARLESTON AND WESTERN CARO
Arrival and Departure of Trains, I.aureus.
EFFECTIVE JUNE 1C, 1908.
No. 1. Leave Augusta.10:10 a in
No. I. Leave Laurons. 2:32 p m
No. 1. Arrive Spartanburg.. 4:05 pm
No. f>. Leave Greenwood.... ?1:50 a m
No. 5. Leave Laurons. 7:f>5 a m
No. 5. Arrive Spartanburg.. 9.30 a ni
No. 53. Leave Greenville.1J:'2<) i> m
No. 53. Arrive Laurons. 1:45 pm
No.*86. Leave Greenville_ 4:30 pm
No.*S?. Arrive Laurens. 0:25 p m
No. 2. Leave Spartanburg .. .12:20 p m
No. 2. Leave Laurons. 2 :" I p m
No. 2. Arrive Augusta. t'>:15 p m
No. 0. Leave Spartanburg . . "?:O0 p m
No. 6. Leave Laurens. t?:.'<~> p in
No, 0. Arrive Greenwood .... 7:?,> ji in
No.*87. Leave Laurent). s:lu a in
No."87. \rrive Greenville. . 10:20 u m
No. ~>2. Leave Laurons. 2:35 p nj
No. 52. Arrive Greenville ... 4:00 p m
Trains *86 and *s7 daily except Sunday.
Tri-weckly through Pullman Parlor
Car service between Augusta anil Ashe
villo on trains Nos. 1 anil 2; North
bound. Tuesdavs. Saturdays: Southbound
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridavs.
C. H. GASQUE, Agent,
Laurons. S. C.
G. T. BRYAN, Gen, Agt.,
Greenville, S. C.
A.W. ANDERSON. Con. Sum.
ERNEST WILLIAMS. G.P.A..
KILL the COUGH
AND CURE THE LUNGS
w.th or. King's
H AND ALL THROAT and LUNGTR0'J3LfcS.
I GUARANTEED SAXISFAOXOR*!
OR MONEY REFUNDED.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts,
prompt attention given to all business
Dr. King's fttnv B.i&e i?i!Bs
The best in tho world.
The man who possesses a snug bank account is
considered lucky, but nine times out of ten it is
the result of perscrverance.?
It' you would'be lucky also, come lo this bank
and open an account today, then?perscrverance,
work, save, and in a short time your luck will lake
the form of a cozv Bank account.
THE BANK 3^ IMM
The Bank for Your Savings.
\ Exceedingly Well
\ Equipped to Compound^
^ Prescriptions. ^
^ every detail connected with the compounding of ^
5* physicians' prescriptions, Dodson, LSdwards Drug Co. is *
unusually well qualified to produce medicine of the utmost
^?k i >ssiblc effectiveness.
^ (>ur Prescrip ion Kquiptncnl
5 prescription apparatus of the most advanced type, prescrip- ?
tion materials of the finest obtainable quality and prescrip- ?
lion methods which are the best which care and skill can
Depend upon it that each and every package ofmcdi- JJV
^ cine which boars our label contains exactly what your doc- J-}
toi ordered and has been prepared precisely as he wanted ^
^ it to be prepared. ^
^ Dodson-Edwards Drug Co. ^
Agents for Huyler's Candies.
I WILL POSITIVELY
Save You Much Money on
And make terms to suit your convenience, i sell, high-grade Piano:., prize
winners at all of the great expositions. I do not haul Pianos
around, peddle them, and leave them on trial. My
companies are reliable and are able to
This peddling of Pianos is very expensive and the purchaser pays the expense
every time. It is strange that sensible people will buy that way.
Don't you know if you have a Piano ordered direct
from the factory, it can be sold on a
shorter profit? It's injurious to
About. It loosens them and in a short time they will be "broken down." You
can't do better anywhere. I can sell NHW UPRIGHT PIANOS
I can show you many makes of Player Pianos, and will give you the lowest
prices and satifactory terms. Let me save you money.
The Piano Man.
Laurens, S. C.