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DR. McOUlRE'S BOOK
IS A GREAT HISTORY
Col, 0. <i. Thompson l'rges its I'se in
\ll the Schools of tin- South.
Thuuks Mr. Wright.
Col. o. (;. Thompson of this city ha<
recently read the history ol the war
between the states, written by Dr.
Hunter McGuIro, the copy of which
was loaned him by Mr. .1 N. Wright
ol "..aureus. Col. Thompson pro
n 11 aces it a great history, one thai
st' mid do much to counteract the
!? Ise Impressions gathered by the
school children of today from the
? !y of histories writteu by aliens;
tat ; he urges its use in all Ihe schools
61 1 tio South.
Concerning the book. c'ol. Thomp
son writes .Mr. Wright us follows:
? Dear Sir: I have read with great
Internst and instruct Ion the >.k. en
titled, "The Confederate Cause and
< iifluet in the War between the
St des" "ami other Confederate pa
I ? ?* you were so kind to I >u I me.
','> have neross to anything coining
an thb peil of I ?r. Hunt r SU Ott ire,
< .;? who "hud be n with .laeksoh" or
I! ' scholarly Judge Christ Ii .. is Ihl
,. ? ; it rare |)rlvllOgC.
r'liis wi . ed to
. ? m
1. ? A 1 htit ?"shock bf pain and ludtg
-.? in ti at the vreat body of the youth
ihe Ituul^were fed with lit
,-. ,-e created by alien authors" add
"tltb poison ot unjust ueeuhhtloii
w. .-. carried to t'.? minds of all the
ren ol the Southland, read al
ly a generation was growing up
with cohcoptkius bf the motives of
r] fathers, and the causes of the
between the sections which were
,.. ? inly mistaken, but altogether dis
ci. ? 'able", and "the jouth ?f the
wh no South were being stealthily rob
j .1 nf an heritage glorious in Itself
and elevating and cnobltug to them
? s and all who came after them.'*
"'I here was no surrender at Apjio
;.; ?? ix, and no withdrawal from the
lie.!.! which committed our people and
:? ? children lb a heritage of shame
; . dishonor." and "No cowardice Ott
. . battletteld could bo as base ami
.._lefnl as the silent ttcquleaem ? lit
? lelu >ne which witi (caching the
,. ii a-en in the home* and schools
ilisn the comunrcinl value of slavery
is the ciir.se of the war. that prr on
? I Wer?
I treat- d
inanity. t.ba? .let':
!: ??! )?'.. I.ee v.ere !i*H
ici resist Invasion, ami < limbed tin
.-. .() . of tTCttyiibhrfl an-? dt ti wIltMig.
1 |ini |n we: ? 1- i)
dvaiusl ft righteous government."
? 1 in4 the purposes for which thai
pnri <>? t he work dev?i cd I out' his
tori .il literatures this rttlume Is oi
I 1 * elCSS value.
we are also loyai to the Ihcmorj
,.: Dur glorlomt dead, nnd heroic
In f n of Ihe Confederacy, and we \VII
defend them In nur poor way from the
false ami foul aspersions of Northern
historians as long as brain can think
or tongue or pen can do their office."
"Then to listen as Dr. McGuIre tells
us what manner of man stonewall
Jackson was. "For a king was Stone
wall Jackson, if ever loyalty, UUHOlnl
ed b.V tire, appeared aiUOItg men."
"This work ought to be In every
library. In every school and in every
'tome in the South.
"Please accept my '.hanks for the
"O. G. Thompson."
V.Ws IT K.MS FROM N ; HP.KK.
The !>< inn* of the Itabnii People Vre
Uabiln, April 215.?Haiti for the last
tew days has made the grain look
much impr?vi d..
.Mr. and M s. Have Darton of Greed
Poiul ebiuiviulilty were vlsltlus bet'
sister. Mrs. . i-ivina Abercroihbie last
Messrs. Stewart and (Maude Mahon
visited relatives ami friends In Gray
Court Saturday night.
M.-. Waiter Owens and sister spent
Saturday ilight Slid Sunday with their
sh: .Mi's. Kmiiy Holder.
Ml'i l?ld Medtock of Miureus was up
to See I.:.- parents Sunday.
Mr. John .Mahon ami family Were
the gtt s's of Mr. and Mrs. SValkCr
Dr. .1. w. Heason ami wife, nipl
Misses Mae and All 1c Habb spent a
pleasant day Sunday the home of
Mi'. \V. I>. Owens and mother.
DP V ! H OF J. STKW \KT PIMM.V
Prosperous Farmer of Fat im leu Sec
tion Passes Vna.i.
News of ihe death oh Saturday
night of Mr. .1. Stewart Peilen of the
Fatrvicw section was received in
i.aureus, and caused (loop regret
among his many friends here. Mr.
Pedon died at 7 o'clock, Saturday
night. April 21th, after a short illness;
be suffered with erysipelas of the
throat, The funeral services ?vOro
held at Pair view church on Sunday
afternoon, where the remains wore
Mr. Peden Is survive.! he his wife,
who v 's daughter of Mr. s. M.
Mitre, rind by i'ottr young children.
Stillborn* ' and Sirs. Hoxy Peden. Mi.
Fe ien litis ler a number of years
been secretary of life famous Pair
view slock shows which have achiev
ed msuCceas lllldei' Iiis aide nian
rigeiueiit: l.e Was a prosperous fur
nier, :< good dilzem rind a deservedly
popular nu throughout this and
<'.. < ? n\ ilie counties.
KIT I IfliN Pl.OOIt*.
Mr.ke a kitchen llbor new. bright
i?hd dtirnbl ? hi hardly any expense.
(let ;i can of I.. .'?? M. Home Piuish
Floor Paint from .1. II. ?<? M. ).. Nash.
I.atirens. Paint the lioor in the
morning. it w ill dry hard enough
over night to walk on and make your
kitchen bright and cheerful.
Andes' Great Medicine
Now In Laurens
Large Sales Every Day and Every Body
Pleased and De!ighted???flarvelous
j.. v. Uli Ihn ine: <t i?; AlldeS |
?;??..* Medicines, find ot ihelr wonder,
thi work in Colutnbln nnd Sjmrtnn-1
iiiirt. we hftvo placed a ',:><??:? order j
for ;ho .\iuie.-i* grout Proscription ami!
\i. ? s' (IronI oil nnd now announce]
llie fuel (<> tlto public.
The wondorful enterprise of the
(il'O.'.l Amies in the distribution of Iiis)
i: '"ifines hnn erontod discussion in
aii Irden, Iho (nrno of the tnint'h hull-1
\ ...I offOOtlVOIlOBfl of his rem,?(!>.: j
i- .'dtintnry being itdntltted by every I
ei ? (cHtlmonlnlfl front Hotno <>: the
le&d'ng citizens of the southland cnn
in?! rlo otherwise inn convince iih t lift I !
medicines muni have merit, nnd
we il Ivo hnd many calls for theni from
onr ii oltlzons, in our own town.
.. former occnnlons, tin grent Ah
-! ?. hnn ttindo it a practice 10 a ?? aside
? part of an afternoon to publicly
j demon At nit o the |>ow:n' of his asser*
tiobs niid merit of hi:; medicines by
11 i\?;>:;?, demonstrations as to what his
|(lren( oil will 'la for stilY aims, joints,
limhs. ninny Imvo responded to the
call ami various forms Of rheumatism
jhuVo been cured.
I in speaking of those Demonstrations
Ith* Croat Andes said: "The propara
tion I used this nfiernoou is not the
one wish which i accomplish most.
My greatest reined) Is called Andes'
jf.ti'eni Prescription, and with which
[even more remarkable cures have
been made in cases of catarrh, stotn*
nob, liver, kidney and bladder trouble
! disorders. The stomach you SHOW
I is the seat of many of man's worst
disease-^, ami before I leave thousands
Will have hern cured who Imvo never
oven had hope of relict before."
These medicines arc now oil sale
u! our store.
Palmetto Drug Co.
XEWS FROM POPLAU SPRINGS.
Wllllt IllC ClturcllCS, tllP Schools aiul
the Farmers nrc Doing.
Poplar Springs, .\i>rii 25.?Mr. L.
K. Simpson visited his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. James \V. Simpson, last
Sunday, and, with him canto the
Rev. J. i>. Crane; both are Btudents
of Purmnn univorsity. Mr. Crane
preached a very Forceful sermon; his
text boiUg-r-"Vra!n up :< child in the
way ii should go." The people en
joyod his sermon very much. Mr.
Crane has made many and lasting
Impressions in the minds of the poo
pic, and has mach? many friends hero.
The Kxcelslor Literary society car
ried out an interesting program Fri.
day, the 16th. The subject discussed
ivus! Resolved. That Capital Punish
tuen I Should Do Abolished. The af
firmative w.lrepresented by Clarence
Simmons and Wilbur Woqd, while
the negativa was represented by llen
ry Simpson and ISugene Wood. The
subject was ably discussed by both
sides. After the debate the Judges
retired and rendered their decision
in favor c.;* the negative.
Rev. B. L Kugley, pastor of this
church, gave a very interesting lec
ture Saturday night. His subject
was. "Tea Night8 In a Oar Room."
lie had a magic lantern by which ho
showed the many pictures ami trage
dies connected with that subject.
There was a large crowd present, who
enjoyed thi3 very much.
Sunday morning, which was tlio
regular preaching day, Mr. Kugley
preached a grand sermon. His text
was ?"The Second Comiig of Christ."
There was a very large crowd pres
ent. Mr, Kugley is doing a woodwork
iure; he |> teaching 'tis people the
ait of .-iiidyin; the iMble, which we
realise i- gf< ally needed.
Tile grain in our coin tuttnlty is
fine we are looUlng forward to ti
great harVesv. There i- a good deal
of Wheat fco wed in hen : we wish j
llu re was more sowed. The tdi'tner i
may kick and fttss about the low ;
price- of cotton until judgment day.!
hut 111:1!! he makes his own supplies
:?i I ? n: ? In will have to : :?? -pi what*
evi r lu' is offered for his prodii< j
and he conti hi it!i the r< suits.
A SI/MS STATEMENT
Kew Vcrk Medical Authorities Ct^Im
Dyspepsia Causes Consumption
The post mortem statistics of tie- big
New Voik hospitals show that Rome cases
ol msumption anj dm' to am hci kod dys
pepsia, especially when tlia victim was
predisposed to luben ulosis.
Dyspepsia wen 1 s out the l>ody and brain,
the wcakeiicd, irritable stomach is unable
t>> d:t?c->t fond, the 1> idy does not rc< eiva
the required nourishment, constipation en
sues and the victim becomes thin, weak
?:j< 1 haggard. As a result, the body l>.:
comca a fertile field lor the gcims of
disease to lodge and (loutish.
Therefore, the person who permits dys
pepsia to progi'i 59 unhindered is guilty of
contributing toward the development of
ono of ii'.'-' most insidious and fatal dis
eases known to mankind,
hjspepsij is curable if properly treated.
We'sell a remedy whi'ii we positively
g'l.ir.tntco will core indigestion or dys
I' p-ia, or wo will pay for all t!.-; medii inu
used during the trial. This remedy is an
absolutely new medical discovery and has
been iianied Refill Dyspepsia Tablets.
Certainly no u:ter could l>e inoie fair, and
ii is proof positive ih.it Rexall Dyspepsia
Tablets are a dependable and inf. 1 il.lo
remedy, Inasmuch as the medicine will
cost you nothing it it does not benefit yot:
wenige you who are suffering with indi
gestion or dyspepsia to try this remedy.
A twCnty-livo cent box of Kexall 1>\>
lopiia Tablets contains enough medicine
lot lift ceil days' treatment Remember
Rexall 1>v pepsin Tablets are only sold
l.nnrons Drui; Co., Lnurcns. s. C.
I Garden Seeds
From 5 cents per pack
age to 50 c per package.
The Old Reliable.
You will find
!V here the largest
and best line
In different sizes, made of the best quality of ma- ^
^ terial and so constructed that they will use less ^
Ice than any other cooler on the market. Before ^
j^WATER yOU 5Uy be sure to let us show 3*
^^?you our line and quote you prices
fpSBS^ as >t will be money saved for you
6? iv' w
V P *> i> v 5?
' ?3 j ? ?? a ? a a ?.: a a a r o jz a <& a a -i i ji a <i i if, ti
l v ?? v v v b> v v> # v :j if \vv v v t> r v v v r/ v t) 3? 9 P
U you are inter |
ested in a good Cot- |l
ton Planter, come |
to us and let us
show you, what
we have to offer.
We know our
planters are good 1
ones and would
like to have a |
m chance and con? |
I vince you, of their |
i J. H.'SULLIVAN'S I
Wo are offering Mrs. I.. K. Milnm's
Lot of 23 acres, including Store Lot, at
Lanford Station, dwelling and out build
ings <>n the' promises, Price tiobt,
Lots No :.'7--J.?;-:^-l"-l^ I i- I?- 18-50, of
tlie Irby place stivey in the city of
l.attrens. These being situated on the
pinnacle in lite city of Laurens in a
growing community, makes the.*e very
We have some nice lot . and small
farm-', at Watts Mil] Town. Wo are
oircring exceptional e?sy t rme.
When needing anything in
Real Estate write or
call on US
C. A. Power.
t >ffioe ; - Todd Building
Posttihi, Post ii .isHc:
(irape nuts", < lilt Hake:
in air lip,) it tin cm
1 ? Seedless Rai.'
and cleaneu Currants, j,?.
j? C tlif< nia I .enion i liuj?
Jj? and yellow free slone v*?
peaches, Canned Peas,
Canned T. >niat< >es,
? * ? . i
? ? ? ?
jr Krcsli and domestic ;a
Sardines, Cheese, Hulk
v. < J
1,atl rens, S. C.
? M ?
? *r. HN Hf? 4* <??* HI; Hr 4* $ O
I Tea or Coffee 1
The Cup that Cheers
Monogram ( of fee ijj
the Highest Grade a
Darjeeling Tea '
The I .ijrht of Asia
and >mun-.i i. We want yen
t<> try ihi> special bl?nd and
ho its Oil t'onuay .Avenue, Hear ,1
acre . houi
I1?> Hero's near Warf Should, llnel.y
in proved und In high state cultivation;
;?'_'::?} ncres near Tu raiding Shouts,
high state cultivation^ with si^i'bom
acres between l.aurei ? and (.".in
ton al a bargain.
We have thai huigr.illeertt farm
known as the Van Kobertson fiirni.riear
Waterloo, ?'' 1 acres at a bargain, add
very i'ii ?;. 11 i in.-.
ill'! acri ? near Waterloo, the Aman ;a
ihg st reel at a bar'.;; ill.
Mill. #10 ii); i'ia -half c.i. b,
Inri lot. between Steve Tajici*'? Mid .).
Cofhe and see n< for any kind of real
estate city Or CoUnll'V,
20 H. I'. Boiler and P.5 II. P. Knglne
and Urick outfit cheap, in good shape.
Two houses and l?>ts near I.aureus
cotton mill .--tore.
Anderson & Blakely
We-t Main St. l.vruKNS. S. C.
T. C. TURNER, JR.,
AT'i't '!< Nl iV-.vT-L.WV.
Will practice In al! State courts.
Prompt attention glvon to .-,'! business,
?tllce in t?ntorprlse .,.