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ADVKHTlSEIt I'HINil Mi COM PA N Y
l.aureus, s. ('.
tdvertlshig Kan-s on \ppHoiitlon,
Obituaries timl t'anl of Hundts: One
coiit a ward.
Entered at the postoliloo nl Uturona,
S. c. :ih second class mail inaltcr.
I WRENS, S. ('. FEHItl tin 2, IUI?.
HOOD ItOADS \M> HltOAH Tilt ES.
There is a bill ponding in 11?? - South
Carolina legislature providing for n
big bond Issue for the building of
portnanonl roads In the state.We have
n't the slight(????.( Idea Hud the bill will
pass, or that the legislature will do
ahything ?villi the question: any innre
than the lax question or (ho whiskey
question or any of the otln r big quos
lions thai arc under conshlerallon.
However in view of the agitation for
permanent road Improvement and the
vast amount < i Interest that is mani
fested jasi now, an Idea i'i connection
i In i ? w Ith Is nol out of place, 11 is
the matter <>i' broad tires for wagon
I.a l we a | i ogi ? slvc fnriner oT
tl.unl.v, one who observes mid who
snows economy when he sees It, said:
"Tin re's nol much it ?? talking about
good roads without iigllnting nl the
name lime, broad tires. ibid roads
and narrow llros make an awful com?
b'i.tuioni good rtmds with bad tiros Is
n little heller, but nol Iho bo t: what
is needed Is good roads and broad j
On Ihe same line the Snturdn: liv
ening 1*081 says:
"Why," Inquires a South* rn eon-. ..
pondenl, "do you anj* much about good
roads and nothing at all about good
wheels? Tests made by the Missouri
Kxperlmeni station showed that with
an Inch-and-a-half tire the average
pull per ton on etirlh roads was eighty
six pounds, and with the same tire oil
macadam roads it was seventy-ono
pounds; bul on Ihe same earth roads,
with u six-inch lire, ihe iivornge pull
?was only sixty-one pounds. Hy iiu
provlng roads you save llfteen pounds
pull; by Improving ihn lire you save
twenty live pounds."
"Not long ago the superstition in fav
or of nai row llros seemed incredible.
Some cities, noting thai heavily-laden,
narrow-tired wagons ruined the pave
ments, sought to enforce the use of
broad tirccs. The effort was resisted
with a Vigor which suggested thill a
teaming citizen's life, liberty and pur
suit of happiness were ludlssolubly
blended with the use of tires which not
only ruined the pavement but also in-1
creased the pull of the load. The pre
judice se uns to have no other basis
than habit. That a heavy load on a
narrow tire will affect country roads,
whether improved or unimproved, as
injuriously as the paved street of a oily
"No extensive informal ion on the sub
ject Is available; but we seem to re
member mooting with more wldc-tlred
vehicles in iho country than formerly.
Probably Ihe constant object-lesson of
the automobile, with its big lire, has
had some educational value In thai
According (o the tests cited, broad
t'.res reduce the pull by twenty live
pounds; good roads reduce it flft0011
pounds. Now. what will ba the sav
ing If we have both good roads and
llllt how Call all the people no per
AUadOtl to UBfl HlO broad tires? That
is a matter that cannot bo accomplish
ed In a day. nor in a year. If the wa
gon dealers will sell only the broad
tires, the results may be obtained in
the course of a few years; in fact. In
just about, the same time that the
roads could be Improved. Hut one w ill
say: "The merchants don't want to
noil that kind because they won't wear
OUt rapidly enough to keep up sales."
That Is a false reckoning, just as the
Mateniont that when automobiles were
introduced, the value of horses would
bo greatly decreased. Horse llesh nev
er was so high as It is today. It is
the same principle that works in the
matter of new and Improved machin
ery. Pome people used to say that
with the increasing use of machinery
lahorers would be thrown out of work.
Not so; there are more people at
work in this country today than ever
And so It Is with good roads nnd
wagonn; the merchant doesn't want '
the wagons he sells to wear out with .
unnecessary rapidity. When It does, j
>t constitutes an economic waste,
which the whole system of business;
In Is. The better wagons aro and the
longer they last, the more of them
that will be Hold, paradoxical as it
The Rood roads movement Is on; it
will take definite shape some day. in
spite of the legisature, or with its
assistance, It does not matter which.
I tut the good roads and the broad tires
should go together; the one aids the
other, and in combination, will do
away with a great economic loss.
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A COUNTY MONUMENT.
The city of i.nureus is not erecting
a monument to the Confederate sold
iers, although tin- list of names and
their contributions are calculated to
give that impression. The Daughters
of the Confederacy undertook, about
three years ago. to raise funds for
the erection of a titling memorial to
tin- bravery of the soldiers from Lau
ren s county Who fought in defense of
tho so.oh. The monument is for all
the soldiers of the entire county, UOl
for those who went from the city of
Tho monument has been decided up
on; the design lias been selected and
ii no unforseen circumstances arise,
it will be completed by September of
(his year. This will doubtless be 0
pleasing message to many in tho city
and county who have earnestly hoped
for the success of tho undertaking.
Hut, there are funds yet to be col
lected. The Daughters have not a
sulllctent amount to pay for the monu
ment; tho remainder must be gotten
somehow. How? By voluntary con
tributions, \nd the point is this: the
people in the city ol 1.aureus have
responded liberally to the cause, while
those of the county have not ye! done
what they r< ally can do. and what they
should do in order to make the memo
rial a county-wide matter. Why
should not all havi a part? Why : ??>
|!OI i very hoy Hil l girl ill tile OUI'.y
send in l" cents, und every mau and i
woman from ?u cents lo $1.00. The
(und could be raised in a week's lime
by ihis method. There Is til l"nst the
: um of $100 yel to ho raison. Now.
what ar - the people going to do about
ii? True, (hero are many in tho city
who have not contributed: these are
urged 10 r spend at once. And all
the people in the county are earnestly
reipiested lo semi in tho amounts they
feel abb- to contribute ol once. Send
to The Advertiser or to .Mrs. lt. H.
Hell; the amounts will be published
; s ihey are received.
The matter is up to tho people, will
they log In Ibis, a plain duty, or will
llicj re pond nobly and without delay?
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Of course, since tiie legislature, in
debuting the "yaller dog" question
cos! the slate $2,000, will save that
much or more in wise legislation on
the tax question. Of course.
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Tacked up in the street cars of
Columbia. South Carolina, is this sign:
??(Jet off the oars facing forward."
Since seeing this sign, wo have done
our durudesl to accomplish tho feat
of facing "backward", just to see how
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To the ladies of I.aureus we hearti
ly commend the menus printed in the
New York Herald of last Sunday;
menus that eliminate meat. We real
ly didn't know how many good things
could be gotten up, without meat,
much as we know about housekeeping.
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We are not in favor of boycotts, but
we do believe in lower prices. How
to gel thom? No answer.
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Officers of the law should really be
more considerate than to break up a
little, friendly game on Sunday after
noon. It is too had; the fellows need
a little recreation, am! -the change.
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Our very best wishes to Major J. C.
Ilomphlll, the most prominent editor
in the south.
'Twns a beautiful spiel that Senator
.Tohnstonc put up about Clemson col
lege last week on the occasion of the
legislatures visit to that institution,
it was a good defense, even before
Charges had been made. However.
WO guess the general assembly will do
well to "look into Clemson a little."
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The legislators missed the chance
of their lives to see a real, live town
when they passed Laurcns by. oh,
well! We don't feel had about it any
how, because they are visiting only
the "questionable" places of the state;
those that need "investigating."
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"There is a tide In the affairs of
men that taken at the flood" may
drown them; or. it may not.
Mr. A. I.nsser Mows Again.
Mr. A. Hasser of Anderson, who mov
ed here some weeks ago and opened
at) a dry goods business In the Dial
Cray block, has decided not lo con
tlnue his business In Laurens. Mr.
Lasser had scarcoly arranged his stock
before deciding to return to Anderson.
Dc you know that croup can be pre
vented? (Jive Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy as soon na the child becomes
honrso or even after the croupy cough
tnnears and It will prevent the at
tack. It Is also a certain cure for
eronp and has never been known to
fall. Sold by Laurens Drug Co.
J SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. |
Tlx' daiico on Tuesday evening at
the Cowetu club, of which .Mr. Will
M. Askew was the hospitable host.
was one of tin- most thoroughly
joyahle social affairs of the season.
Miss Nancy Jameson and her guests.
Misses Mary Todd and Josephine Sul
livan, of Laurens. South Carolina,
were the fair honorees of the occa
A bright, inspiring musical program
was rendered hy Prof. Charles Ast in.
Delicious ices and ? 'kes were serv
Those present were. Mis. ? Nancy
Jameson, Mary Todd, Josephine
livnn, Ruth llnrdaway, Henriette
Strickland, Itulli VYhntley, Lyda and
Nolle Drown, Katie Arnall, Louise
(Jenrreld. Julia Mn> Hackney, Chris
tine Colo. ICuunlo Terry Snead, Kdith
I'owol. Mary Goodl'UIll, Ciena Wheeler,
of Durmillgham. Ala.; Messrs. Will
Askew. IV Ci. Stanley, .lim llrewst er.
Maurice Sponrler. lien. Cleveland and
Frank Orr. C. It. Stallings. Glen Bur
pee. .1. T. Carpenter. Cliff Clover. Jack
Powell. Ilradley Davis. W. V. TorllUllO,
pert Atkinson, Tom Farmer; Mes
daines Kobert mid J. II. Strickland
chaporones. ?Newntiu Weekly News,
Mr. and Mrs. Ihirkett L. Clnrdy en
tertained a numb i of their married
friends on Tuesday evening at a most
delightful nations' parly. The parlor
was decorated in crimson carnations,
ami ihe score cards were daintily de
signed. Aller cards a salad course
with coffee was served. Misses Kliza
hetli Shell and Nell Mlllerc assisting
the hostess. Those present were: Air.
and Mrs. II. K. Alken. Mr. and Mrs.
.1. II. ToagUO, Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Per
glisoil, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Washlngl on
Mr. and Mis. 15. C. Albright, Mr. and
Mrs. T. 1? Darlington, Mr. and Mrs. W.
II. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. A. II. S:ui
tlers. Mr. an.I Mrs. It. K. Copeland,
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. !!i? hey. Jr.. Air.
and Mrs. J. .1. Adams. Mr. and Mrs.
II I? (liny, Mr. and Mis. C. M. Miller.
Mr. and Mis. !?..!!. Ilildgeiis and Mr.
end Mrs. It. T. Dlltllap.
Miss Vnnlo Glikersnn returnod S.-it
urdiiy from a visit of several wooks n>
friemls in Jacksonville and St. Aitgus
i Im . Florida.
Mr. Frank Massey spent Monday of
this week in the clly with his mollicr,
Mrs. L. J. Mm.-cy.
M s. CIlHH. F. liauklit will entertain
the ladies of ihe Wedne: day Lltornry
club ai hoi' hoi le Ibis morning at 10 :':>"
Quite an enjoyable dance was twd
by t'ne young people of ihe city nl the
armory on Monday evening of t Iii?
week. While the affair was unite In
formal ii was nevertheless very pleas
CROSS MILL MATTERS
DURING PAST WEEK
TalKes en La\man's MissioiUirnj .Himo
ment at Churches Snow,
Other Matters of News.
Cross Hill. Jan. ?1st.?Mill Pill ian
Proifctt came over from Calhoun Palls
last Friday on account of the serious
illness of bei- fallier Mr. George Prof
fett. Air. I'roffott has been quite ill
for several weeks.
Mr. W. C. Hill and family spent last
week with relatives al Donalds.
Mrs. Mary Nance Daniels has been
With Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Nance the last
two weeks. Mis. Nance has been quite
unwell and does not improve as her
friends could wish.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Clubertson at
tended the funeral of Mr. Y. J. Cul
bertson at Union church Saturday the
Dr. J. D. Austin of Clinton was in ?
town on business last Wednesday.
Last Saturday morning tho ground
was white with snow. The first this
Several years ago Miss BctintC
Brown lost a valuable bracelet. She
though! some servant took it from
their home. She reported the loss to
Policeman Kootl. He found it a few |
days ago In the possession of a colored
girl and restored it to Miss Hrown.
Mr. Koon has been successful in sev
eral instances where il required good
At the Presbyterian church yes tor-*
day Mr. R. A. Austin ami Rev. (!. M.
Ilolliugsworth each gave some account
of tiie Layman's missionary meeting
in Columbia. They gave facts and fig
ures to show thai Christian men are
no longer leaving this work to women
and children but are taking an earnest
part in the work with the motto: The
World for Christ in this Generation,
Mr. W. T. Spearman and Miss Llen
Jamln of Mountville were married at
the residence of Rev. J. A. Ma rtin
yesterday evening. Mr. Martin offlclat-I
Rlakel) and Anderson.
Another new bus;:.ess firm in f.au
reus is that of Plakely & Anderson,
restauranters and dealers in fish, coun
try produce and dressed poultry". The
place of business is the new store
room on Lnurons street, recently e
rcctod by Mr. M. L. Copeland. Illake
ly and Anderson will conduct n first
class restaurant -?nd as stated will
handle fish and fowls. Later they will
operate a meat market in connection
with the other business.
While it is often Impossible to pre
? eei an accident, it is never Impossible
to be prepared it Is not beyond any
one's purse. Invest 26 cents In ft bot
tle of Chamberlain's Liniment and you j
are prepared for sprains, bruises and
"ko injurieos. Sold by Laurcns Drug
REV. A. B. LANQSTON
WRITES FROiW BAHIA
Description of Cltjf of Huliia. In Hra/il,
First I :11111 i 11? ? Place of Mr. and
Petropolis Kstado du Klo,
December 20, 1909.
The last lt>.,ue of The Advertiser
which came to me contained the arti
cle that was written while on my way
down. So with the permission of the
editor I shall continue from where 1
Our good ship, the Verdi, landed al
Dahin the Ith of November, this being
the . I'd stop since leaving New York
on Octobi 20tll. It was not our in
tention to go ashore there. Unt a fel
low-missionary, Rev. Solomon Gins
burg, knowing that we w. re nbonrd the
Verdi, came to see us and insisted that
we go ashore. The invitation was so
cordial, and genuine thai wo could not
resist. Lei me say to my friends,
don t forget (Dilsburg. With hut lit
tle preparation wo were soon on a
small sail boat gliding across Hie hay
to thi' shore. (The.v have no docks in
Ilahin; so passengers are sent ashore
in row and sail boats, while freight is
We landed in what is called, the low
er part of Ihe (own. Dahia being situ
ated partly on a bill and partly on
level ground, next the sea. I cannot
nltcinpl to give a description of the
sights and smells that greeted us on
lauding; such things are learned only
by coining in contact with them. Suf
fice it io say dial we hurried through
this pan of the city as quickly as pos
sible and took a car which carried us
in the higher part. Mr. Glnsburg
tank us Into a Dubia coffee shop, where
coffee is served just us soda water is
served in America. I never saw s>>
much confusion in one place, so much
talking r.ml such bustle.
Dahin is a city of sonic 1100,000 per
sons and while they are modern
enough to have street cars, there mo
really no streets, only small passage
ways among tho houses, which are
huddled together in utlOl' confusion,
without system or regularity. The
city is not laid out at all. Very often,
in some of Hie bouses Oil the streets
where tin' cars run. people with their
heads out of their windows have to
draw them in when a car passes, to
keep them from being struck. As for
side-walks, they have none at all. In
some places pedestrians have to keep
on tin' watch lest they be caught be
tween two houses by the cars. How
ever, in the residence section of the
city the walks are a little better.
Our first meal in Drax.il was with the
G!Osburgs, and although it is not po
lite to tell what one "had for dinner"
I am going to do so ibis time, so far
as I can recall. We had beef cooked
with onions, rice, feiago (which is a
small black pea) loaf bread ami a des
sert which closely resembles apple
hotter: of course, coffee was served
alter the meal.
It must have been providential that
WO landed first at Rahia for Rio is so
far superior that, after seeing such a
place as Ballla, our home will seem so
much pleasanter, and it will be much
easier to adapt ourselves to the place.
A. D. Langston.
(Continued next week.)
Messrs J. M. and Guy Smith of Wa
terloo were in the city Tuesday.
Mrs. King Humphries of Florence
is visiting her sister. Mrs. Hess Taylor.
Presiding Elder VV. M. Duncan of
Greenville will bold iho drat quarter
ly meeting of the new year for the
Laurens circuit at Sandy Springs
church next Saturday and Sunday.
THE LYKIC GLEE < 1.111.
Will De In I.aureus On Thursday Ev
ening* February 10th.
The coming attraction in the school
lyceum course promises to be* the liest
Of all those that have been given, and
being largely musical, will doubtless
attract a large audience. The Lyric
Oleo club, under tho oinnagemeni of
the Dixie bureau, comes highly recom
mended; it will appear at the school
auditorium oil Thursday evening. Feb
The ( tub is composed of four young
men talented and well equipped to
please even an audience of "hypercrit
ical" Laurens people The members
are Omar Covert, tenor and lluie solo
ist; F. I. Ilendry, tenor, cornet ist and
reader; II. M. Doollttle, baritone, trom
bone soloist and pianoist ; TllOS. C.
Polk, basso, reader and manager.
Rpgrrdlng the entertainment given
by this club, the newspaper of Ix>ndon,
"The first of a series of concerts to
ho given In the auditorium during the
winter months was held last night and
was a complete success, both in at
tondnnce and from an artistic view
point, the entire program being of a
decidedly clever and pleasing nature.
The i.yric Glee club, which furnished
the program, Is a talented organiza
tion. Very seldom has so good a quar
tet been heard in London."
A most eonservathe citizen esti
mates that Die crowd at Ihe auction
sale of lo( . with Itarbecue dinner,
line hand, balloon exhibition, and a
free lot will be K,000 to 10,000 people.
Will you be there I
North Laurens Dealt vo.
I OUR SPECIAL NOTICES. |
For Sale 150 im. Poorland colton
s.-cd ror sah-. $1.00 per hu. Turas out
in lt)s. lint to hundred. 30 bu. Shaw'?
Improved Proline seed corn $2.00 per
bu., math' no bu on two acres harrow
ed the corn once and plowed it twice,
It has from two to three ears on
stalk. Apply to T. M. Shaw. Cold
Point. S. C. 2C-3t
Howard. We will pay $200.00 for
arrest and proof to convict the pnrl>
who set lire to oar store house on the
night of .January 15th.,'10. Putnam &
For Sale cows, fresh in milk. Ap
ply to Mr. ("ail Fuller, Laurens, S.
C . R. F. I). No. 5.
Mr. .Merchant, Get crop mortgage
blanks from Advertiser Printing Co.,
or Laurens Drug Co., Laurens S. C.
Notice Ct t your meals at ottr new
restaurant on Laurens street. Any
thing to eat, fresh llsh, oysters, etc.
I Wo bopo to please you and deserve
your patronage. Dlakcly & Ander
son. Phone 2GS. 27-11
Notice. Wo have on hand now
ready for delivery th< new crop mort
gage. Will print your name in. in lots
of inn or more. If you want blank ones
write Laurens Drug Co. or The Adver
tiser. Laurens S. C.
For Sah-. -Shopherd pups (dogs)
'?' months old ai ??">.<>(? each; Toulouse
Leese at $5.00 per pair. M. R. L. Pe
ilen, Fountain Inn. Ponte 1.
Lahor .Savers. Moore's Modern
Methods. Let us show your samples.
All sizes and scrttlngs. 8x5 size in
stock. Phone Advertiser Printing Co.
I am Itcndj to treat your horses
and mules as well as cows. Charages
very resonahle. II. It Glitten, Horse
and male sp::< luHr.i, Laurens, S. C.
(?el Moore's modern methods of
bookkeeping, stives (hue and labor.
Small expense, in stock for Imme
diate delivery. Advertiser Printing
Co. 27- tt
For Sale. Splendid largo bay horse.
7 years old. mahogany bay, and all
t). i\. Also several olllces and rooms
to rent. Apply to Dr. W, II. Dial.
Kns) ami Simple way to keep hooks
?Moore's modern methods. Phone
Advertiser Printing Co. 27-tt
See Hunter A Co. For hear!:,
barley, cane seed. peas, all grades of
molasses und I la by chick read.
Rubber Slumps and Seals Made as
you want them, any size, shape or
style. For firms, corporations, socie
ties, etc. Advortlsesr Printing co.
, Laurens. S. C. 27- It
Wanted At once. l2or 1"? pigs, from
J."i to .">ii lbs. each. Cootl prices paid.
S. C. MoDanh I, Laurens. S. C.
For Sale a few bushels of Improv
ed Iting cotton seed: $1.00 per bushel.
Also a line bay horse, qualities per
fect, price right. .1. Wade Anderson,
Laurens. S. C.
Notice. List your property, mill
ami bank stock with Bishop and Wolff
Laurens, s. c.
Notice Hair cut and shave 30 cts.
at l-Inllmnn's barber shop, special for
next thirty days. 20-21
When in town come to llallman's
Harber Shop, rear of lOnterprise bank.
White barbers only , excellent service,
sharp rasors. 2l!-2t
Lost On the public square, one Ro
man gold cresent brooch, set with
pearls. Reward if left with Fleming
Bros.,Laurens, s. c. it
Notice Opening Hooks Subscription.
By vlrtUI'fl of authority given and a
commission issued to the undersigned,
by the secretary of state on .lannaray
31, 1910, Hooks of subscription to the
capital stock of Home Trust Company
will be opened in the Enterprise Hank
on February 3rd, 1910. Said capital
stock to be $50,000.00 divided into 1 ,
000 shares of the par value of Ffty dol
R. l. Gray.
S. M. Wilkes.
c. k. Kennedy,
C. II. Holier,
N. B. Dial.
Feb. 1. HMO.
( iiatioii for Fetters of Administration.
State of South Carolina,
Count) of Laurens.
By o. O. Thompson Probate Judge;
Whereas. Alice M. Metzs made suit to
me to grant her letters ol administra
tion of the estate and effects of Bright
These are. therefore, to cite and ad
monish ail and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said Bright L. Metzs.
deceased, that (bey be and appear be
fore nie. in the Court of Probate, to be
held at Laurens C. IL S. C. on the
loth day of February 1910 next, after
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause if any they
have why the said administration
shold not be granted.
Oiven under my band this 1st day
of February, Anno Domini 1910.
O. <:. THOMPSON,
.1. P. c.
Athletic Association Formed.
On last Wednesday, the boys of the
Laurens high school organized an Ath
William McGowan was elected pres
ident; James Todd was elected mana
ger of the baseball team for the com
ing season, and Win. Hyrd was chosen
manager of the football team for the
Krror In Appointments.
In giving the appointments of Rev.
D. It. Hoof of the Laurens circuit last
week an error wan committed In those
t nt Holmes street church. The servic
es nt that church will be on the first
and second Sunday evenings at 7:30
j and (he fourth Sunday morning at
I 11 o'clock.
For Good Groceries
Always fresh and clean
It is our purpose to offer
nothing that is not the best
in quality, and our prices
arc always right.
See us for Flour
Sec tis for Coffee
See us for Sugar
Sec us for Canned Goods
See us for anything?you
need in the grocery line.
J. C. Shell 6c Co.
The Cash (Irocers.
1 >ial?Gray Block.
On the othei hand interest
rates will not advance. Don't
\you think it will pan you to
buy a lot. harrow from the
. Building and Loan Association,
and pay for a dwelling in this
Think the matter over, and
(hen sec me about it.
J. J. Adams
Secretary Merchants Building
and Loan Association.
Laurens. S. C.
41 Running on HOWARD time "
?the highest praise the "old
nan" can ?ive. The new HOW
ARD Special Railroad Dial has
numerals for every minute from I
to 6o around the dial. A glance
tells the number of minutes past
I rt us ulinw ynu Howard U'ulch.
I'vivKjUiJ by j.i. .i Uukei?*3S luyi?o.
CHARLESTON AND WESTERN CARO
Arrival and Departure ol Trains, 1.aureus,
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, lO?'j.
No. 1. Leave Augusta.10:10 a m
No. I, Leave Laurens. 2:32 p m
No. 1. Arrive Spartanburg., 4:05 pm
No. 5. Leave Greenwood..., f.Mam
No. 5, Leave Laurens. 7:55 a m
No. 6. Arrive Spartanburg.. 9.30 a m
No. 53. Leave Greenville.12:20 pm
No. 53. Arrive Laurens. 1:45 p m
No.*86. Leave Greenville
No.*86. Arrive Laurens..
... 4:30 p m
... 6:25 p m
No. 2. I .cave Spartanburg .. .12:20 p m
No. 2. Leave Laurens. 2:32 p m
No. 2. Arrive Augusta. 6:15 p tn
. No. 6. I^eave Spartanburg ... 5:00 p m
, No. 6. Leave Laurens.6:35 p m
' No. 6. Arrive Green wood_7:50 p m
No.*87. Leave Laurens.8:10 a m
No.'87. Arrive Greenville_10:20 a m
No. 52. I/cave Laurens.2:35 p m
No. 52. Arrive Greenville_4:00 p ni
Trains *86 and *87 daily except Sunday.
Trl-woekly through Pullman Parlor
Car service between Augusta and
Ashevlllo on trains Nos. 1 and 2;
North bound, Tuesdays, Saturdays;
Southbound, Mondnys, Wednesdays
C. H. GASQUE, Agent,
Laurens, S. C.
O. T. DRYAN, Gen. Agt.,
Greenville, S. ('.
A. W. ANDERSON. Gen. Supt,
ERNEST WILLIAMS, G. P. A.,