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1 KK REM
O'l'BKJi'KATOKS'At < ?. MillMTJ.-*-.
?e( i ri'j careful; w}i> evidently :.m?
llng iiu bis Columbia Office luvt ? un
lay, when ii* wrote hi* story about
h? /wee Cor governor In 1M0 for r'.yii
liiy'i- Isatie '.?t 'Vir Nf?> uud Courler.
jt natu lug over t be possible a*;
?auts for it?* governorship. Mr. Kuhn
lays: "The first of the formal tr.
touucoJiueiiU oi the campaign ha*
>eeju made. Mr. C?leiftatj Blease
t&s announced (hut ne will a>i?in
t-iu'ae the race tor governor", l'*ual
> Mr. K.olui keens Pretty dote tab Ou
?/,??.?-? ?*i hh dus labored in behalf oi
c cause tin advocated. Gradually
i? Mat" has beared the position put
'<r??* the victory -make the state
0.vj against the sal* of whiskey.
oe?e are a uutuber of late-day con
1. t">f to x\\h> prohibition CSUSe who
Of ? Ours?' tio- whiskey 'juesMon will
iot be the obi; Issue, In the coining
hum pa ign Tax revision, as Mir,
mggestv should be. will un
jue*ik>nablj be. t?ne; compulsory ed
tea opens, Ii?' the prohibitionists
ii majority"; the; will endeavor to
ME PKKKS ISSOt I ITI05T.
Jt iva? t!;<: /crlutr'x privilege aiid
easUre to attend the meetings oi
e South Carolina Press association
hs year for tl e first time. The con*
?ution vi ai eld ja Greenville from
ueaday evening until Thursday eve?
: nd -.bile we were unable to be
o? ?/j( ii ail the .- -si-ions. Still those
TJ uraday gave a fair idea oi what
T:." city of Greenville was the host,
id ?.?d! did it sustain it? much-en
? <i reputation for hospitality. K\
*yfhing wa? done to (hake the stay
I the editor* Mo?t enjoyable; i/i
di<- of the Incessant ran;.-, the vis?
ort v ? r? provided all kinds of e?
;o'diihni to the editors, there wer.
many disl fnguished v!s|lor,i whom ?"?>?
m n >? wore happy to meal i ?dlti f
l/avion Knight, or the AjJahtn Geor?
glnnl .Mesairt. .i. C. I.USK, VV, K, M?
Oce. and 0, If. llardwlek all high
<,iii' :.ti.) of tho southern railway; Mr
Ifit/olyn Harri?, son of Joel Chehdloi
lUrris. gnOWfl the boy- and girl?
>'?. Let Davis Lot!;;*- preslt
?*?!! about it.
NOTICE OF SALE
1)1 SI t'M I ??} I a ( \ HO LI > \.
I * OfSTBM / < Ol'KT.
In On Matter of i ?K?ILi:> OIL >!!/.!
COM I'.4M', Bankrupt. Id Bank*
J:i obedience t?> an order ?.??!] decree
of ha!i' pasted in 'be above sf-jt*d ta?e
by HoilOl . Jh?; J. Karl-. Referee
ill Bankruptcy, on .July 10th. 1909, I
will sell at public auction In from of
the Court House door, a? I*aurens
Court House In I ?aureus County, Btate
of South Carolina, at tbe hour of
Blevoii o'clock in ti.?- forenoon* tbe
|)roi)??rty hereinafter described, be
long lit; to the estate of the Farmers
Oil Mill Co Bankrupt. Said prop;
erty Uq sold In separate par
Panel \o, 1. ' onslsl rij? of "All
tiiH' tpiece, parcel or lot of laud
situate lying and being in the Town
?j( Ijonford, In tbe County of l*aurens
and State of South Carolina, contain
\:<.y .-ix (H) acres, more or less, bound
ed on the North by lands of Will
on the Ka-? by lain.'* Of Mrs
I W. La ii ford, on tllS West by J<i*j lit -
of-way of Charleston & Western Caro
lina Railway Company, arid on the
South by land* of W. A. Tborrias,
known a? the Farmers Oil Mill Com
pany's loi: also, ail buildings, ma
chinery, equipment and fixtures there*
?>.: Situate eX'e;/' Hie property de
scribed below in parcels N<? 2, 'a. 4.
and u^-'-.j ii, the manufacturing
of cotton Seed, oil. meal and other
product* and the ginning of cotton,
there being situate on said lot ah oil
mill plant and a glhlilng system."
Parcel ^<#. -i. Con? iting of the fol
''2-H)i;-12 R Continental Linters,
S'o iTii-iTi.*.. 2-lQi 1-12 u Linter
Feedera No; i7n-i7C: 2-lQ?-i2 it.
Linter Condensers. N> 1 *?fJ*7-l f?SS3;
?i FJ i -- foi above Condensers."
Parcel No, 3. Conslstii & of the foi
Parcel So, I. <'oi ... | ,;.
faith <n biddlng^?and if the purchaser
<?' said property rfooa not comply with
'.,[>? bid within tin days afrer the sale,
ti e certified check deposited with the
Trustee, win be forfeited to lh? ei tal ?
of -aid Bankrupt.
'/ e. mi of sale, CASH.
WJll ,\ J unfoid, S. < . \\ ill be
t Lauren-, v. < ? \i>f ]>?o.
Mi .1 OWIN'OS, Trusti
Bnnkrnpl K oi Parmo
(>i. Mill Co.
Ls.urens, B, c.
Q\m SPECIAL NOTiwES.
'. ? m i can set
-I HJ ID). \ L BOY."
'' ur; Sin
... . ....
):i thai pill bar* and bieai:
- - j '
T? - bo< be i:i v. Aicii he was bora
iJecyj-< it v. as full of boles.
While yet a little ( bll'J
walked between the plow-handle,
j And round through the wwh wild.
He studied by the y.z'n ot the tallow
He saw nature lu all her beauty
And while alone he often .studied.
Never forgetting to do his duty
He watched the flowers and trees
Bfj they budded.
Down by the littie brook
While only a mile tot
The things in hi* little book
Once learned iie never forgot.
He watched the little fish
V- they ?warn all about:
Me t-mused himself by making a little
Until the little 11sh a^ain came out.
Then something ehse took bis eye
Widen n[>rar.s< from bough to bouj;!..
And looh'-d awfully shy
As the limbs to hfra did bow.
; While here all alone
In him a noble purpose Was born.
Then he sang a sweet little song
And started home with his grousers
He told his noble mother
That which was horn In him.
Thero were plenty of men. yet another
Was needed with a vim.
He WftH now stately and tall
With a wonderfully beautiful look.
Hut thlx was no' ait
Por he htill studied Ids little book.
Then with teats in his eyes
He told his* dear mother.
J lo\e you mother this you know,
Mut duty calls and I must go."
Tl en <..'.' 'o college he went
fcrcnt designs, sizes and colors at
money saving i<i leas at
K M A K H. Wllkes & Co.
We have Just received another car
of solid oak. beautifully finished Hod
Room H'lpes. eonuistlng of tho bes(
values e.ei offered n' tho prices that
we a: e Belling these at.
? M & K H. Wilkes & Co.
"H't.e'H very hon.'dy, hut doesn't seem
? to renll/' It," ' I! '-n't she any women
Altonto FiM iIT?i i> jumUirr It eu'w piuutu.
Mmuruiif;. uerviiui- lot-.: am' lugTOTtillT nuim uin III
? ? ..i- ir.::.. OUtUf COmi am Imiuoii?. Ifl
Uli BTWUOBl ContttRI du?:i>ve-> oi tin m" AIk'I I
1 .? ? .- make* tight oruev ?im? tan ea-<\ It i.
r> iMttaitt eun fa Bwvatiufi, callowt, swollen, tticU
achbu toe; '!-j I: f'-*/?;. Hold i/ruiytwj
und HtiiK Stores It', aiu;. tu- SttCi it Btanim
PtMll aeotut on; #t '<?*i'ii?.. "rm IMCkagl JUiilL
?j hi v: 11 I ; \an:
y rocei es
I J. \V. Payne
PH NE. N<
TalK of the Eye
HKe a Camera
The eye is constructed so won
c'erluily an<j inz?-ni >ui-l .? that the
! andicraft of man has as yet r-o:
been ahne to construct as uelicate
an instrument. It is like a camera,
the lens to focus, the lid a* a
shutter, the iris as color as the
diaphrarn, the thick coatings of
the eye-ball as the dark room,
the nerve as the sensitive plate,
ar j -'.ranjie &S it may seem the
imagea are bottom si<ie up ex
actly as the image in the camera.
Now so delicate and sensitive an
instrument as the eye should have
good care. Let US explain more
fully to you how to care for the
No Charge for examination.
Dr. F. J. Inman
Room 3 ar. J 4 hnterprise K'ld*tr.
Laurens, S. C.
Office days, Friday and Saturday
A Christian Home School.
A High Standard College.
A. Tuition, Board, Room and Fees
li. All Included in proposition [A]
and Tuition in Music, Art or KX?
I resslon $203 to ?i!l".
9. ' UYKO. D. D. Proaldamt
The Uses of Money
raones. makes saves :
tie c f the best tests (
regarded as the principe
' t regarded with co:
?<???? it ex*.;-::: tile meat:
t v i *. I
THE BANK 9^ LAU RENS
The Bank for Vour Savings.
Ar. mic-estinc* ytory as told by Harry A. Slax'tej, a protr*
ti'wi Fireman of Maiden. Musi " Last winter I had a severs
'???> j and it sealed on my kidneys causing the most excruciat
ing pi:: hin ?t every time I attempted to move; I had tried
everything imaginable to get relief, with no success, until I was
fcdviied to try ??Bloodine,'1 which to my gre.it surprise, gave
me relief almost from the first dose, and before I had taken
one bottle I was completely cured." " bloodine" is a wonder
fid vitalizing tonic If the b'.ood is impure, complexion bad,
appetite lost, strength gone and the whole system is upset by
an accumulation of humors, i: i* tirue to try" Bloodine" today,
liloodise. large bottles 60c. Bl?dine Tills cure Livef lib . 25c
a bos. Sold ca a po?iuve guarantee by
DR. B. F. POSEY
Laurens. S. C
The Drink of the Fan?
V ote for the most popu
PALMETTO DRUG CO.
I> the greatest incentive towards saving money.
\\ hen you fin I your money is earning something you
feel more like saving;.
Interest, like a much advertised remedy, "wor ks while
We pay interest 0:1 saving's accounts from $\ up, and
on certincar.es of deposi: for 6 or 12 month's time.
Absolute safety, liberality and courtesy our Watch
Laurens, S. C.
Down in Egypt 1
You Will find Corn, Oats, Hayj Flour, Fresh Water (hi ttttd
Lorn Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, Bran and Shorts, Chicken
I'eedj als > a full stock of Molasses, Syrups and Fresh Hams.
hi Dry Goods we carry a nice line of Shoes, Brown Sheet
in- Bleechiiig, Ove/al!s an 1 >ther Staple Dry Goods.
Trices always rieht.
J. H. Sullivan
I .aureus, S. ('.