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I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MliNTlUN. |
By all means if possible go on the
Ullkersoii excursion to Charleston
the lllh of July.
Thme will ho no delivery of mall
by the rural loner carriers iiexi Mon
day, for It Is to be observed nationally
as (be "(Morions Fourth."
Messrs. J. D. Sex ion & Son have the
eonlracl for building a sew tlitifnv
room ami kitchen at the coutltv jail
the preliminary work has in,: started
Mr. Tll08. F. May of Fast Main streel
made a line crop or oats this vear, tli.'
yield being sixty bushels to tin- acre.
Going to the mountains this sum
mer? Met The Advertiser follow you.
Mr. and Mis. F. YV. Ferguson of
Clinton were in town Thursday.
Messrs. Eugene and Vatos Drown,
young sons of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. I!
BrOWIl, who graduated this year from
the l.aut ens city schools, will enter
the University or Soutlt Carolina next
The Day bridge over Little river a
few miles below (be elty was com
pleted laut week by the contractor
Mr. I). F. Bnllenttne.
You will miss a line opportunity If
you fall to go on the excursion to
Charleston July 11.
Misses Bessb Kudgeuu, Flla Belle
Copetand, Little and Jennie Young,
and Prof. c. F. Breoks are uttending
the slimmer school for teacher., at
The recent term or the criminal
court for Laurens county made a m>
tably hue record for I revlt) und dis
patch of business, tiud there was no
"farce" about it as lias been suggested
concerning the summer term in an
other county iu this circuit.
Col. Hoheit X. Cuniughaill Of Mose
lUOIlt spent a few ilays in Ilm city
during the past week, taking a little
recreation ami attending to some bus
Col. X. M. Dial lefl Friday afternoon
for a business nip to Xew York.
Miss Annie Oilkcrson spcut last
week with her friend, Mis. I. C. Cross.
in Chester, attending the Confederate
re union exercise;;.
Messrs. A. \V. Teague, .1. W, Dunk
lin ami 11. s. Blackwell attended the
re union at Chester hu t week.
Mr. (1 c. Albi Ighl lefl Monday tor
Uleiin Springs to attend the annual
meeting or the South Carolina Dental
association, before which body he read
on yesterday an Interesting paper on
BOIlie particular hi auch of dental
Mr Clarence E. Kennedy attended
the annual meeting or the Male Kim
banners and Funeral directors' cm
vent Ion, held in Charleston during
the past week.
.Illli II' That will be next WcdltOS
da> week -the da> tor the excursion
to Cliai lesion.
Master John Terry Poole and sis
ter. Miss .Nellie, base returned Mom
u pleasant visit to relatives in ISreen
Messrs. .lames Y. Wallace and John
Slims McCravy spent a few dass or
last ssei-k in (Sreeuville ami at Chick
Mr. Das id it Muhaffey or Fountain
Dili WHS in the City Friday.
Mr .1 M childless, the aged father
of the Messrs. Childress brothers or
Laurens, spent several days in Hie
?liy recently, returning to his home
st Fountain Inn early last week.
Miss \li<.? Carson of Spartallburg
siid Miss Edna flarllngton of (ireon
viile were the charming guests last
week of Miss Jennie Fleming.
Messrs. T. II ami .1. II. Cromcr or
Newberry came to I.aureus las: week
to do good work, the former to super
intend the building of that luilldsoillC
lless residence Ml. D. II. C' Ullis bits
had designed. Mr. Cromer, who is
thoroughly posted in this line, will
see that (he plans are well executed.
Sou can't all go to the Alaska
Yukon exposition excursion .Inly :'?
ami HOC the Pucilie coast lor '.hi odd
dollars M. It. rare, hut mans or sou
can and will go on the excursion to
Charleston r<>r :; even dollars railroad
fare from I.aureus.
D you 1.d any extra rubbers and
tops lor fruit jars you will lind the
best ipillllty of both at
H. M. & W. 11. Wilkes A Co.
The llolii drove Singing.
The third Sunday of this month was
a rieal das lor Dolls Close chinch
and surrounding country, the oceti
(lion being an all day sour sei sice,
mentioned in The Advertiser Ill's!
of the month, QllllO a large party
from Laurens, including some of the
liest voic.-s in the First Methodist
church choir, attended this service
lllld joined with the Molly Drove
choir ami the Tea ItldgC quartet,
making a mighty strong combination
mid a .-.elect company of accomplished
singers. The occasion was greatly
enjoyed ami will long be remembered.
Rev. A. T. atoudenmlre, pastor of ihe
Church, svas present and made an ad
mirable talk in the afternoon, as did
Mr. W. M. Cray who svas present by
special invitation. Another feature
or Ihe day was the excellent dinner
served on tin- grounds by the rood
ladies of the community.
Prom Marl. TexH?.
Mr. W. II. Marred, a native of Man
lens, but for sixteen years a resident
of Marl. Texas. In sending his sub
BCrlption to The Advert i-er. says
The paper gladdens, my heart each
week, for it takes me back to rails
days in Laurens."
We have only a row more Ice Boxes
011 hand ami If von have not bought
be sure to see our line
8. M. Ac E. H. Wllkcs & Co.
Mottling Works Mined.
The coco-coin bottling works of
tills city, iif which concern Messrs.
Gilkcrson \- Watkinu are proprietors,
have nun. ii their plan) and stock to
iio- basemen i of The Advertiser
building. The new quarters are well
litt.'.i for tho business, and the Urm
Is doing (he same good business
though not "at the same old Bland"
on Main street.
Neu Ituibilligt* in l.siirens.
Wink Is progressing rapidly on the
handsome new resilience being erected
011 W.-st Main street by Mr. |>. |f,
Counts. This will he om? of the Hliesl
buildings on that street; the solid
granite foundation has been com
pleted. Al an early dale. Mr. .1. D
Walls will build on the she of his
present residence. These two new
residences will add a meal deal to the
appearance of Main street.
Excursion Itules fourth of .July.
The Southern Itallway announces
round trip excursion rates between all
points tor tin- Fourth of July Celebra
tion. Tii lo ts on sale July ::. 4
and ... with Haul limit returning July
8. itiny. foi further Information, call
on agents of Southern Hallway or
W. K. MCGee, T. P. A..
J. I. Meek, A. 0. P. A?
Notice to School tM'liciuls.
Section 1210, Code of Laws. Volume
I, as amended by the Act of the Leg
islature, approved February i Tili.
I?im;. directs "Fach County Hoard of
Kducntion, on lite (Irs! Tuesday of
July. IV.m;. and on the Urs I Tuesday
in July in every two years thereafter,
shall appoint lor each school district
in their comity three school trustees
from the ipialilled electors and tax
payer-- residing in the district, who
shall hold their olllcc for two years,
ami until their successors are ap
pointed ami ipialilled, unless sooner
removed by the County Hoard of Kd
In consequence of this Act the At
torney General advises mo that there
will be no election or appointment of
ncliool trustees until 1010. Accord
ing to the school lass trustees should
have been appointed in 100(1 and again
in lOOS. Therefore the trustees who
wore appointed or elected, as the case
may be, in 1007 svill serve until 1010
except In case of vacancies by resig
nation, death or other causes.
This < nor has occurred in several
counties over the state.
Yours very truly.
Ceo. L. Pitts,
Co. Sept. Kducntion.
Have the feel of unshod colts level
ed al h ast once a IllOlltll With a rasp.
Hilles: the animals gel exercise on
bare ground; also see Ihn) the feet
are kept well rounded and the toes
are not too long.
Stllllg for Li Years
by Indigestion's panes trying many
doctors and $200.00 worth of medicine
in vain Ii. F. Ayscuo, of Ingleslde,
\. C. at last used Dr. King's New
Life Pills, ami writes lliey wholly
cured him. They cure Constipation,
biliousness, sick headache, Stomach,
liver, kidney and bowel trouble...
J..C at Laurens lnur. Co. and Pal
metto Drug Co,
A silo 10 feet in diameter ami thirls
isso feel high is large enough lo sup
ply silago for twenty cows, two bun
ded and twenty days, allowing an
average feed of thirls live pounds per
cow per day.
If You Are Worth S.-.II.IIIHI Don't Head
This will not interest yon if you
arc worth litis thousand dollars, but
if sou are a man of moderate nieans
and cannot afford to employ a physi
cian ss hen yon base an attack of diar
rhoea, yon svill be pleased lo know
thai one or isso doses of Chamber
lain's ( oiic. cholera and Diarrhoen
Itemedy svill cure it. This remedy
has I.n in use for many year:', and
is thoroughly reliable. Price :;."> nts.
For sale by Laurens Drug Co.
The physicians tell us thai Btliok
ing makes men bald-headed.
Smoking in the parlor after the
lace curtains hove been freshly put
Hp is apt lo have that effect when
ihe smoker's wife finds ii out.
Looking tine's Hcst.
It's a woman's dolight to look her
best, hut pimples, skin eruptions,
Boros ami boils rob life of joy. LIB
ten' llUCklen'S Arnica Salve cures
them; makes the skin soft and vel
vety. It gloi'liles the face. Cures
pimples, sore eyes, cold BOI'OS, crack
id lips, chapped hands. Try it In
fallible for idles. '?'..<'. at Laurens
Drug Co.. Palmetto Drug Co.
Plums ami blackberries are ripen
illg and if you want to find sour boy
or hog go to the plum orchard.
(oi-l'l) keeps Hies oh Homos ami
Cat He. 2fiC and fiOC, At all drug
stores. II Hit.
wivrifitor COLLEGE SCIIOL \It
Sill I' \ \P ENTII INCH
The examination for the award of
vacant Scholarships, in Winthrop Col
lege ami for the admission of new
students will be held at the County
i 'on11 House on Frldayi .Inly 2, at 11
a. in. Applicants must hot be less
than ilfteelt year., of age. When
Scho'ai'SllipH are vacant after July 1!
they svill be awarded to ibose making
the highest average at this examina
tion, provided (hoy llleel the Condi
tions governing the award. Appli
cant? for Scholarships should \s rile
lo President Johnson before the ex
nmlunlion for Scholarship examina
Scholarships are worth $100 ami
free tuition, The novl session ssiii
open September I".. 1000, For fur
ther Information ami catalogue) ad*
Pi.-. D .11. JOHNSON,
41-td. Keck Hill, S. C.
Real Estate Offerings]
nr.! acres of land, bounded by lands
of Mamu'l Owincs, Kva .lucUson. and
Warrior ('reek. Price $20 por ncro.
117 acres of land near Cray Court,
bounded by lands of K T. Shell, W,
R. Cray; seven room collage, fine
barn ami outbuildings ami lino past
uri'. Price $00 per acre.
2 acres in (own of Cray Court;
nice building site Prlco $500.00.
200 acres of land near Diu Inn Creek
church, bounded by lands of W. T.
Purks ami Laurens White: :: tenant
? houses. Well timbered, good Slate of
cultivation, Prlco $20.00 per acre.
acres, land, bounded by land;; of
.1. It. Wells. Thomas Hurts, and others
' with live room dwelling, good mit
buildings; uear h'Uoiu. Price $15 per
One lot at Watts Mills, with seven
room cottar1. 2u0 feel front ami IUU
feet deep, with meat market. Prlco
Some valuable property In town of
Clinton. Nim- bit: Iness lots on Droud
street, ranging in price from $500 lo
$1,200 per lot. Two lots fronting on
Musgrove street, $300 euch. one
beautiful building lot fronting Mint
grove street, price $2.000. til* lot
with beautiful residence fronting on
Musgrove street, price $2,500. See
lue CUI'I) if von wish lo purchase, this
I is an exceptional opportunity.
150 acres, land, one-half mile of Dial
church, with a handsome dwelling, It
tenant houses and good outbuildings.
Come quick if vou want this place.
Price $f?tl per acre.
M! acres of land just outside of the
corporate limits of the town of day
Court, with one tenant house. Price
$.V) per acre.
Two acre lot In Ihe town of Gray
Court, with i room dwelling, nicely
located. Price $2,f>00.
One business hit, 150 feet front, 150
feel deep, in town of Gray Court.
One lot at Watts Mills. 250 feet front
by 7n feel deep, i room collage ami
lout b tidings, Price $1,000,
One . at Watts Mills containing
J HC I'rice $250.
SS m res of land near Rrninlelt's
Church, hounded by lands oT W. I*.
Harris and .Inn liurdelto, Seven
room dwelling, tenant hous.es. good
( barn and out buildings. Price $20
One I room cottage, with hall and
:' porches, on GarUiigtnn avenue.
NO acres of land hounded by
Will Martin and GaiTctl land;, seven
i room dwelling, 2 tenant hom e", good
bain and out buildings. Prlco $25
per sei e,
l iu acres bounded by lands of V
c. Heliums ami Mitchell Owens, in 2
miles of Laurens; dwellings and
out buildings. Price per acre.
Iii acres land near Owlnga Rtatlon
hounded by bind of John Jones und
Tom Hrunilett wil.li dwelling und uul
buildings prico i?'?' ou per uere.
100 acres lumi n?'.if I .an ford stat
ion bounded by lauds ol Duff Patter
son. .1 innen l'ulcrsnn and others with
dw<'lliiif: and Tenant houses Prico
$ilf?.oo |ioi" uere.
acres of land, with dwelling, good
barn ami mil buildings, near Owlugs.
l'rico $11,500; lurma mado easy.
111 acres bounded by lands of Jeff
Davis und Herbert Marlin; good len
aul Iioukch, ami goiai barn, Price
$.'ai per am'.
20 acres lain! near Iho incoriioruted
limits ui Hi,' Town of Fouutaln Inn
bouudod by lauds of Hobt. Taylor, T.
10. Nelson, Jim Adams and others;
dwellings ami out buildings, Price
$7fi.00 |h?r ucre.
100 acres of land, with live room
dwelling, It-room tenant bouse, good
oul huildings, near Hickory Taveru,
Sullivan township. I'rice $16.00 uei
r.'i acroH of land In town of Lanford,
with truant liotlB, at $f?0.00 I'm' ucro,
Dm- lol ai Laurens Mills, w ith well
ami :' brick chimneys. I'rice $1150.
S'.i acres of land In one mile of the
town ui tlray Court, wllh iv>o dwell
Inga. Price ? 10 per aero.
ft!! acres of land in town of Cray
('uiiri. dwelling ami outbuildings
Price $.".n per aero.
Ills acres of land near liaimn Creek
church, n room dwelling, throe tenant
bouses. Price $22.ho per ucro,
I'll arrc. of land in Hunter lowil
:'.hip. bounded b> lamp; of ItllfllS Dun
lap. liebecea t'hrisliaii and tleo ('raw 1
fold; 2 ....ir room cot I agon, good oul
butldinr.a, line bottom lands, well lim j
bereit; till in:res in cultivatbill, DnH i
00 acres in Dial township, bounded
by land i ol Pink I lellaii.s, I.inly Holt
ml It. <'. Wallace. Price $ 1.200,
1 OX acres of land in f Sreen ville cou li
ly, Itutler township, bounded by lands
of Mar) Snow, and 'fay lor ami Crcigh
tun place; Know n us i he Thomas lieu
licit place, ni: 1*1 noree river; six room
dwelling, 2 good tenant houses and
store building. Price $11,000.00.
Itfi acre:- of land Dial's township,
known as the old W ham'- homestead,
with dwelling und oul buildings. Price
$27.r?0 per acre.
127 acres land in Sullivan township,
il room dwelling, good oul buildings, l
tenant house. I'rice $11(1 per acre.
100 acre-; of land in Votings township,
II room dwelling, two tenant bouses,
pood harn. Price $2.2>r?0,
r< IV acre- land I miles of Laurens,
bounded by lands Mrs. Iturgess, IJob
llrown, .11iti. Madden ami others; (! ten
ant houses; 7 horse farm m cultivation.
Will l>< rut into loti of KMJ acres each
I 'rice $2(1 per acre.
J. N. Leak
Real Estate, Stocks and Bonds. Gray Court, S. C
[? the greatest incentive towards savinji money.
W hen yon find vom iiionc) i- earninj? something yon
fee] more like saving.
Interest, like a mncli adverti ed remedy, "work: while
yon sleep. "
VVe i>.iY interest <?n saving's aceonlit! from >'i up, and
on certificates of deposit l* ? i 601 1 month1'.; time.
Absolute safety, liberal^* and courtesy oni watch
Laurcns, S. C.
Now is the Time and Sullivans'
Store the Place
Sow Unknown Peas and Cane Seed.
VVe have a lot of Sound Clean I'nknown I'eas, Rally
Orange and Ambei Cam- Seed. A full slock of Molasses and
Syrup in Vi Rai?, 1 gal., 5 gal, :md 10 gal. kegs, Country
cured smoked Hacon mid Shoulders. A nice line ol I'resli
Juicy flams. Headquarters 1?> 1 I'resli Watci ground Corn
Meal. I'irst and second patenl I?Monr. Corn, ? hits and Hay.
Kentucky Wondei l*olc lieans should he planted now. Lim
ited quantity Cotton Seed Meal and ('.n ine
Prices as low as the lowest considering fpialily.
J. H. Sullivan
Laurens, S. C
Nearly all women suffer at times from female
ailments. Some women suffer more acutely and
more constantly than others. But whether you have
little paiu or whether you suffer intensely, you
should take Wine of Cardui and got relief.
Cardui is a safe, natural medicine, for women,
prepared scientifically from harmless vegetable in
gredients. It acts easily on the female organs and
gives strength and tone to tho whole system.
The Woman's Tonic
Mrs. Verna Wallace, of Sauger, Tex., tried Cardui. Sho writes:
I "Cardui has done more fur me than I can describe. Lnst spring I
was takeu with female inflammation and consulted a doctor, hut to
I no avail, so I took Cardui, and inside of three days, 1 was able to do
I my houaowork. Siueu then my troublo has never returned." Try it.
AT ALL DRUG STORES
Let Us Sell
We will get the best price possible
Kisten! We have prospective buyers in mind, several
In vom ?nie. It is otir business to sell UKAI? KS PA 1 h.
Yon may sell for less not knowing ju t how to secure it
from tin- buyer, Oni commission will amount to less than
the difference yon would gel and tlx price we possibly
conld have gotten.
It will p.cy \<>u to Ii t yoin properly with us.
Do you wish to buy Real Estate?
\\V may have jusi whal yon want, gel um Ii I "t choice
city and county property. I,el ns how it to you Ihen
make selection will mal e tin- l< tin to nit you
Laurens Trust Co.
C. A. Power, Mgr. Real Instate Department.
_ (g& & $ ^ ^ ^ ? ?: ** 9 * ? S ? ? 'S $ ? 5
Sanitary Plumbing 1
vt> That's the kind we Guarantee \j>
\U to do.
It is not every so called pin in bei t Ii it
knows how to * 111 good hone t ,in< I ? am I try
work, I'ul that's whal yon waul, tiood
and sanilaiv work thit i tin kind we
do, We use only the besl malet ial and
will place Ihe hxlliri ? voll select. \V<
will not lei you selecl ( fix I ure thai is nol
sani?iry, la t u figure on \ mn plumbing
All repaii work promptly done ind guaranteed,
See us about lilectrk Wiring and I ixtures,
J. H. Boyd & Co
Electrical and Plumbing Contractors.
vV. Phone No. 2d(),
\Sf ~ ~ ~ ~ tfKJ KJ >?.? ^
Laurens, S. C.
Land and AVater!
See me about selling thai property of yours ol about
buying before \><u l<nv (let nr. plan it nev< fades when
I can get a buyer.
1 have a lot oi ( hoii e propert) in Clinton foi sale, write
or phone me and see it I e in interest you,
P. S. Jeans
CLINTON, S. C.
Bell Phone, No. 75