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Trustees of l'oor School Bequests
Bring Suit Against Hpurtanourg
.Man For Lurge Tract.
The Hpurtunborg Herold of u recent
date contained tlx* following Item of
oewM which Ik of Interest In Luuren
"A Hult that promises to bo of wide
Interest Ih being brought ogulnsl Jno.
B. Cleveland of thiH city hy the I on
teea of tbe WadHworth Poor .i> hool
for the recovery of lands Kituuted be
tween the Spartauburg Junction und
Fairforest. The suit involves uhoul
Mix hundred acres. The WadH worth
Hchool Ih situated in Laureus county.
The land the trilHteeH of ihis Kchool
are suing for wuh willed the Kchool
by Thomas Wadsworth, who died in
Charleston, H. o, In I7W0. Mr. Htun
yarue Wilson, of Bpartonborg, und Mr.
K. ?'. McClowuu, of LuurctiK, lire attor
neys for the plaintiffs
"Thomas Wadaworth wuh u very
wealthy CarolInlun in Revolutionary
tijmi? In his will In* itrvoided that
certain large tracts of land in upper
Houth Carolina abould, ufter being
leased out for one hundred years, go
tu the WadHworth hcIiooI for the poor
located in I.aureus County, in whul
wuh known at the time as the Mtijot
Dunlap's Battalion dlHtrict. The hun
dred yearn in which the property wuk
to he leased out in now Up, und the
trustees are getting bin y looking op
the land. It was round that several
bundled acres of the land KUppoHcd
to belong to the Wudswoilh school
wuh In the bauds of Mr. John is
Cleveland. Mr. Cleveland, il is Bald,
bought eight hundred acres. This
laud, according to the value pluccd
ou It by the idalntlff'h nttorneyK, Ii
said to be worth at present uhoul
"A feature brought out in the in
vestlgatlon of titles and .beds and
ineaHurlng of the land. Is thai a tract
Bold to Mr. Cleveland as 800 Deren,
und so h pec I fled In (he deed, is found
to contain 1,100 acres. Mr. Cleveland.
It Ih said. Is willing to give the trus
tees the BOO acres over the number
uet forth In the deed.
"Messrs. I), c Crlnp, <ii Moutitvllle,
aud It. A. \uiilin. of (JrOBH Mill, trus
tees of Ho- WudKWOt'ttl I'oor School,
und ?Xllninei II'. Mcflownn, of l.au
rena, und W \. lludKou, of (lrccu
wood, v. ere in the city yeslerdoy in
regard to this property, for which
nun will he brought ugnlnsl Mr
Wuh the House for Sale!
livery house lind? (juick sale when
puinted with the I. .-. M, I'aint, A
cout adds value as well as uppeuraiice.
It ulso Increases Its saleable Chancen.
The L. & M colors are brlglil and
lasting, I. & M Ih used in painting
by everybody. One reason cost Is
only $1.20 por gallon when made
ready for use It's Metal Zinc Oxide
and l.eud combined H wears ami
covers like gold. Hold by i II. & M.
I. Nash, Laurens; I W< Copoland (Jo.,
At The Kdltors' Banquet.
Concerning lbs address h> Mr s. K.
liuuey of thiH city at the Press UHSOCiu
tlou banquet last Thursday nvotllug,
The Dally Piedmont says:
"President Aull Introduced a yotlllg
member of tbe association, 8, 10. Honey,
of the l.aureiis Advertiser, who spoke
on tbe 'Country I n ??.' He delighted
hin hearers at the outset by saying
thut their country cousins had come to
town. His address was one of the
most pleasing of the evening ami his
pleu for assistance for the causes
which need resistance touched a re
?pOUSlve Chord ill the hearts of his
bearers, us was evidenced by tbe ap
plause which ejected bis remarks."
A Horrible llold-flp.
"About ten years ago my brother
wuh 'held Bp' In his work, health and
happiucuH by what was believed to be
hopeless consumption", writes W. H.
Llpscomb, of Wushlngton, N. C, "He
took ull kinds of remedies and treat
iiieut from several doctors, but found
no lit Ip till he used Dr. King's New
Discovery ami was wholly cured by
hIx bottles. lie Is a well man today".
It Ih quick to relieve and is the KU rest
cure for weak or sore lungs, homorr
hug'<n, COUgbfl and colds, bronchitis.
la grippe, asthmo and all bronchial
affections. fiOc ami $1,00, Trial hot
tie free. Guaranteed by Laurenn
Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug Co.
Littleton Female College?
The Littleton college catalogue
which has recently come from the
presH In a most attractive one and
Ih tilled with Information of vital im
portance to any young lady who may
he Considering the matter of going
off to IChOOl. We take ploaSUrO In
commending to our readers this de
servedly popular ami nourishing
school, an advertisement of which ap
pears elsewhere In our columns.
Help for Those Who Hate Stomach
After dOOtOrlng for about twelve
years for a bad stomach trouble, and
Spending nearly live hundred dollars
for medicine and doctors' fees. I pur
chased my wife one bOX of Chamber
loin's Btomach and Liver Tablets,
which did her bo much good that she
continued to use them und they have
done her more good than all of the
medicine I bought before. Samuel
Boyer. Folsom, Iown. This medicine
lo for sale by Laurrue Drug Co. Ham
LIFE IIIMTOKY OF CATTLE TICK.
Flictti on Which the Cuillpulgn for
Krudlcutlug tlic Vent is Hascd.
An Intimate knowledge of the life
history of the <? j?111<- tick la neces
Htiry to those who have the pest in
coittend with in order that they may
wage their battle more Intelligently
and at the aamu time aecure better
iimi greater reaulta. A knowledge ol
tin- mannor in which the tick propa
gutes can not rail to be of value in
tho war of extermination now being
carried on against it in the South.
Only a part ol tho development of
tin- tii k taken place on the host (ani
mal), while the remainder occurs in
the puHturc. The female tick, which
Is attached to the . kin of tin- host,
lucrcuaeH enormously in size iik ti re
suit of ilrawiug liberal quantities of
hiooii, und when fully engorged drops
to the groUud, where ?./.'? .it once he
gins to Keareli for :i suitable hiding
place thai will Herve aa ;i protection
from the sun and enemies. Tho fe
male ticks may be devoured by birds,
destroyed by nuts, or may perish us
the result of unfavorable conditions,
such as. for example, l<?w tempera
tun', lack of moisture, etc., so that
muny may be destroyed without hav
ing laid any eggs.
Kgg-laying begins during the spring,
summer, and fall mouths in - tu liu
days and during the winter months
in i : to !?8 days. The eggs aro ?mall,
eliptlnal-shaped bodies, of ;i ligbl am
ber color that later chnngos to dark
bt'owii, one-Ill i let h of an inch in
length, coated with a sticky secretion
that causes them to adhere in eins
lera and keepn them from drying out.
During ogg-laylug the tick .gradually
shrink:; to about one-third or one
fourth her former size. The egg-lay
lug period contiuueH tor from t days
in the sammer to im beginning in
the fall, and during this period from
evoral hundred to .".nun eggs may be
deposited. The mother tick then i|i<?
within a few days.
in from 10 days tin Hummer) to
188 days (in fall or winter) after u,,.
eggs have been deposited they begin
to batch. Prom each one IsSUC! ;i
small, oval, six-legged seed ticl<. at
first amber colored, later changing to
a rieh brown. Alter crawling slowly
11 bout the sin II it usually remains
quiescent for several days: then it
displays great activity, especially if
the weather is warm, and ascends the
nearest hit of vegetation, auch aa
grass, herbs, or Rlirnbs.
since each female lays her eggs at
one KpOt, thousands of newly hatched
ticks or larvae will appear at the
same place and later will ascend near
by grass stems and collect oil the
blades. This accounts for the brown
masses of larvae observed clinging in
vegetation in pastures or on fence
posts. This upward Instinct of the
ticks Increase:, their chance! of leach
ing a host, fur when the VOgOlUlioiI is
disturbed they become very active, ox
lending their long legs violently up
ward in an attempt to sol'/.e hold of
I mi Ing its lite in t he past ure i he
seed lick lakes no food and hence
dues not increase in size, ami mile I
it reaches a ho i it die.-, of starvation.
This tact |a significant and Is taken
advantage of in the work of extermi
nating the tii ks Their endurance,
however, is ver> great, ami under cer
tain conditions Ihoy have been found
tu live without nourishment nearly
eight months during 'lie colder part
of the year.
The length ui the period rrom the
time females drop until all tin- seed
ticks hatching from the eggs laid by
them are dead, or in other words, the
time required for pa lures to become
free of licks alter all cattle, hoi es,
ami mules have been excluded, varies
with (he season of the yi.tr. bollig
shorloal during Ihe warm pan of the
year and lunge:.t during the cold part
of the year. Kor example, all Ihe
seed ticks resulting from females
dropped Juno Ifi will be dead by No
Vombor i, a period of lour and one
half months; hut some of those result
lug from female:, dropped September
i may survive until the following
July, a period of ten months.
Another phase of development he
gins when the lick reaches a favora
ble lost, such as a cow. It usually
attaches itself to the skin of the c>.
cutcheon, the inside of the thighs and
Hanks, or lu the dewlap. It at once
beginn to draw blood and Increase In
size. In a few days it changes from
broWfl to while. In from ."> to 12
dftyfl it sheds Its skin, the new form
having eight instead of six legs ami
holtlg known as a nymph. In an
ollmr R to ii days after the first uridt
the nymph sheds Its skin and hccomOH
sexually mature, and il is at tills stage
that males and females are eoilKpiC
nous for the llrsl time. The male
emerges as a hrown oval tick rhoul
one tenth of an Inch In length. Hav
ing reached the full measure of Iiis
growth he displays greater activity
In moving flbotlt on the host. The
female Is slightly larger bill shows
nine!) less activity, seldom moving far
from her poll)* of attachment previous
to moiling. After mating she in
? ereises rapidly lit size, and in 'Jl days
, (in hot weather) o. Ufl days (In (old
weather) after attaching aa a seed
ii<k she becomes fully engorged ami
dro>>H to the ground lo ropeat the
cyclo of development.
I'll bile itlotiH Coutuiulllg 1:11 infor
mation about ticks ami giving direc
tion!) for getting rid of them may be
obtained freu on application to tbe
Hureuil Ol Animal Industry, Depart
ment oi Agriculture. Washington, D. ('.
('IniinherliiiuN Colic, Cholera und IM?
urrhocii Itemed) liest und surext.
"It affords me pleasure, to state
Dial I f'otishler the preparation known
a. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Itcuicdy 'he beat ami surest
of wood results oi any I have ever
llScd III Illy family", says i'. K. Iler
riugton, o! Mount Aerial, Ky. This
Ih ill.- uniser.-al verdict <?t all who use
this remedy, Iis euren are so prompt
and effectual that people lube pious
uro hi recommending It. For sale by
Lumens ih ipj < '?>.
The Couilty Farthers' union wili
meet on Saturday, .lulj _'iti'. and each
-ul; union Is expected to send ilele
Hat"M. lie KU I e and SOIld a tull dele
gation, us how i. the lime to make all
bttainc nrruugemciiiH for fail. Don't
Hy old :- (.1 the president.
Itufus Imtilap, Sec.
?> i'ter I hiri.? ?Scion Years.
Mr, Milton I. Mithin and son. Mr. B.
Ithetl Milaiii, <d' Kxcclslor, Arkansas,
who tire visiting relatives ni ('Union
lind oiie-. points in He- county, spent
Friday afternoon in l.uurens. being
accompanied io (lie city by the Hon.
It. U. Mllam oi' Clinton, tie- only bro
ther ol Mr. Mil) Milam now living.
Mr. Milan) left I.aureus couiity :;7
years ago, and nt'tor a residence ol
six \<ai in (Scorgla ho vvonl further
west ami located Where he now lives.
bough) a farm, married a Georgia
girl and, becoming ro liiterei ted ami
engrossed with his surroundings that
lie has not found the time until now
to visit his l.uurens relatives and na
tive COtllity. Of course he found
tunny changes hero in the lapse of
President Helps Orphans.
Hundreds of orphans have been
h< lp.mi j>y tin- prnsidenl of the Indus
trial and Orphans' Home ai Macon.
(ill., Who Wl'ileS! "We llUVf! used
Kleoliic Kilters in this institution for
nine yours. ll has proved a most
e\i (dient medicine for stomach, liver
ami kidney troubles. \\'e regard ii
as on.- oi the best family medicines
on earlh'. ll invigorates the vital
organs, pnrilies the blood, aids diges
tion e outes appetite. To strengthen
und i tiIIll up thin, pah-, weak children
or run-down people ii has no equal,
lie i tor female complaints, only r?oc
dl I.aureus Drug Co. and Palmetto
sol I'llI-.'UN II ULM \\ Midi' \\\.
i Sclu dub1 1-llTtctlvn .1(1 no 20, IhOM.)
N li The ?? Kcliedule llgures show
the lime Hint trains may be expected
peeled io arrive und depart but (be
line", shown are not gliurtllltccd,
Fusl and U'esl hound trains from
Spiirttiuhurg, s. c.
7:"." V M. No. "C. daily, for Char
lotte, Washington, Itlchmond, New
York an.) intermediute points. Ar
rive Chui loiie inn. \ m Itichmoiid
!i::!ii p. m . Washington in:.",:, p. m..
Now York "u A. M.
11:0(1 A, M. No. 12, dally except
Sunday, for Charlotte ami intermedi
ate point Vrrive Charlotte I S3: -I l>
I : |."i IV M No. 12, daily local, lor
Iti?d inoml ami intermediate points,
Arrive Kichmoml V :(Mi V M.
? .?<. p. \|. \o Its, daily. ("New
Noil; \ll;tiit:i New Orleans Limited")
im Wushiligtoii, New York ami the
F.asl. \i rive Washington ll:f?0 A. m..
New 'tori.. I:uti p. m. Pullman cars,
v I" I*. M. No in. daily, lor Char
lotte and Intermediate points.
!?:U(i I'. M No. ltd, daily, lor Wash
ington and New York. Pullllllin cars,
dining curs. Arrive Washington in: m
\. M . New York fit no I' VI.
I(CI'.O A. M. No. !?. daily, lor Ashe
vllle and Intermediate points, Arrive
Ashev lllo 2: in |?, M.
r?::ifi I'. m. No. i.:, daily, for Asbe
vllle and lulermedlul.n points. Arrive
\ huvllln '?<? Ifi P, m. Pat lor cafe car.
West boUIld trains from Ol'COUVlllO,
li:"?0 A. M. No. 20, daily, for Atl.in
la aid Itlrmlnglinm, I'tillmnn cars,
dining cars. Arrive Atlanta 10:110
V m.. arrive lllrmlllgliaill 4:00 I'. M.
i I A. M. No.ilfl, daily, for At
Ifiii111 ami inlet mediale points, con
. lit.i-: at Atlanta for all points west.
Arrive Atlanta p. m.
i: ::u I'. M. No. daily ("New
York- A11 ii lit n New Orleans Limited")
for Atlanta ami New Orleans. Ar
rive Atlania '. (in N. m , New Orleans
'.:..'. I'. M. I'ullmntl sleeping car.
club car, observation cur ami dining
.!:.::. p. m No. 1.1,, dally lortal, for
Alllintn and way stations. Arrive
Atlanta S:"" I'. m.
i: tu \. m. No. dally, rtolld
train Io New Oilcans With pnllman
cars and (lining car. Arrive Atlanta
*?:00 a. M.. New Orleans 8:'50 I'. M.
Southbound from Columbia.
C.:.".". A. M. No. 20, daily, for Sn
vaiinah and .lackcnnvillc. I'ltllman
en i s.
7:.V. A. M. No. 12, daily, tor Char
leston and Intermediate points.
:::.".u p. M, No ii. dally, for Char
leston ai?d way Stations.
L*: I.". A. M No. U-.. daily, lor Char
leston. I'tillmnn car.
Rummer excursion tickets now on
For further informal ion. ( all on
ticket ngents southern railway, or
I. I.. Meek.
a. 0, IV I'. A., Atlanta, On.
c. ll. Ackert,
v. p. A o. M., Washington, i>. c.
W. 10. MeOee.
'i'. I*, a., Augusta, Oa,
w. if, Tayloe,
(?. P, A., Washington, ? C.
Via C. N. & I., and S. A. L
TUESDAY, JULY 27
Leave Laurons 7:0() a. m. Tuesday Morning
Arrive Atlanta 4:00 p. m.
FOLLOWING RATES WILL APPLY FROM
POINTS NAMED BELOW:
Goldville = = q:3o a. m. - = $3.oo
Laurens - = 7:oo a. m. - - 3.oo
Ar. Clinton - 10:00 a. m. = - 3.00
Tickets good to return on any regular train until Friday, -Inly 30th, in
clusive, S. A. L., No. 32, at 12:25 p. m. Children under 12 years half price.
This will be the only Excursion to Atlanta this year, and will be your
only chance to visit the largest city of the South at a low rate.
Seperate coaches will he provided for white and colored people.
If you want to have a good time and a pleasant trip, join this crowd.
J. F. Livingston, J. S. Etchberger,
S. A., C. N. & L. T. P. A., S. A. L.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
\ Uncle Rastus was a Pessimist^
3 His advice was "Fohgive yoh enemies, but Q
? don't let yob fohgivness go so far as to tempt yoh
b| to git socuble an trade bosses." SC
? That's a joke?but there's no joking about the serious stabbing of prices
Swhich is occuring at this store every day between tb.e hours of 7:30 a. in. and J(S
0 p. m. Jg
There is not a price in the store but what noodJs crutches, they're cut all to ^
CS pieces, it's soon to New York for us and,yon knew what, that means. It's ?w
g sad to part with matchless merchandise like ours a t such prices, hut it's up to g~
you. Note what follows. Prices good while lots last .
j? Calico, per yard
& Ladies Pleached Vests, 5,
Ladies Hose 5, 8,10,15 and
^| Ladies Wash Belts, 10 and
Ladies Wash Belting per
1% Bed Ticking per yard 5 and
Apron Gingham per yard
Percal, 12 1 ;c quality
' Percal, l()c quality
Colored Linenette 9,10 and
A few wash suits left to close
out at a bargain
Colgat* s Talcum Powder
Misses? Slippers $1.00 kind
Missed Slippers $1.25 kind
Ladies, Slippers; $1.25 kind
Ladi<;s Slippers $1.50 kind
Ladios Slippers $1,75 kind
I /idles Slipper:; $2.00 kind
Ladies Slippern $2.50 Jcind
Ladies Slippers $3.00 fcind ^.49 ?
Many other barg ains hire too. Come "
and t oe them.
Embroidery and Lace just
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