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large any picture and ?
make High Grade Pho- |
tographs for you at the |
very lowest prices. No g
photographer can do
more nor offer any
more special inducement
than the ?
has always done.
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Clinngc as well as other
styles. If you want up-1
to date Jewelry, you can
be sure of getting the;
very latest and most cor
rect thing here. What
ever you buy, you can feel
sure that you are right.
(>r if you have anything
that needs to be altered,
repaired, or reset, bring it
to us. We'll do the work
well, and charge you but
a moderate price.
I Now is the time to
buy School Books, Pen
J cils, Inks, Tablets, Spon
ges, Slates, Rules, Copy
I Books and Drawing
II A full line of state
:: adopted books always
;; on hand.
j; Buy your School needs
:; Div Posey's Drug
Board of Iterdsfratlon.
The board of registration meets on
the first Monday In each month. All
?who desire registration certificates
mnst come before the board on that
day. J. Pat Caldwell,
THANKS THE VOTERS
Accepts Defeat in Host Spirit 1'nsslhlc
Ami Will Hold Up Hands of
.New A dm I n is trat Ion.
Mr. C. C. Featherstone, candidate in
recent primary for governor, makes
the follow lug statement:
i want to thank, most heartily, the
South Carolina Democrats who sup
ported mo in the recent primary, and
to assure them thnt I appreciate, more
than I can express, their unwavering
I am fully conscious of the fact that
in the last primary 1 drew my sup.
port from various sources.
The prohibitionists supported me,
almost to a man. Thousands of local
option 1st:) gave me their support for
personal reasons. To them all I de
sire to express my sincere and hearty
I have been defeated for the oflice
which 1 sought; but viewed from an
other standpoint. I have not suffered
defeat. I am conscious of the fact
; that 1 made a clean, honest, manly
light. I advocated what I thought was
right, ?hat which i thought to be best
for the State which 1 love. I did not
engage In personal abuse. Not one
word did I say against my opponent. I
fought for a principle and In the true
sense my failure to be elected can not
be called defeat.
To say that I am not disappointed
? ould not be true, but I can say. in
11 truthfulness, that 1 accept the re
sult in the best spirit possible. I am
not disgruntled. I am not sore. 1
shall not "sulk," but on the contrary, t
I shall continue as I have always done
to work for the best Interests of the
I shall do all in my power to hold
up the hands of the new administra
tion, and I urge my friends and sup
porters to do the same thing. No ad
ministration can succeed without the !
aid and cooperation of all the people, j
and it is always the duty of uood citi
zens to stand by the government and
aid in' the enfort-incut of law and
And especially do I want to thank
the newspapers. Nearly all of thorn
stood by me and fought nobly.
In conclusion, let me say that 1 am
receiving daily scores of letters from
my friends throughout the State.
thanking me for the tight which I
made, and assuring me of their loyalty
and sympathy. All of them come from
men and women who are true and
loyal to South Carolina. 1 appreciate,
more than I can express, their words
of kindness and good cheer. I am
deeply touched by their loyalty and
kindness. C. C. Featherstone.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy is today the best
known medicine in use for the relief
and cure of bowl complaints. It cures
griping, diarrhoea, dysentery, and
should be taken at the first unnatural
looseness of the bowels, it is equally
valuable for children and adults. It
always cures. Sold by Laurons Drug
SAM F. GARLINGTON UNOPPOSED.
Will I ill Vacancy on Legislative Ticket
From Richmond County.
The time for candidates entering
their names for nomination for the
vacancy on the legislative ticket
caused by the death of the late Aus
tin Branch, closed at noon yesterday.
Mr. Sam F. Oarlington was the only
candidate offering for the position.
Under the resolution adopted at the
meeting of the subcommittee Monday
the 13th, Chairman Kalbfleisch will
declare Mr. Oarlington the regular
nominee of the Democratic party, as
the third man on the legislative ticket
from Richmond county, and will or
der his name placed upon the official
ballots that will be cast on the first
Wednesday, Oct. 5.
Mr. Oarlington is an attorney of
this city. lie made the race for the
legislature In the primary of Aug 2:5.
and there being four names on the
ticket, with three to be voted for,
missed the nomination by a small
vote. Mr. Oarlington'a nomination Is
equivalent to his election.
WOMAN, LOVLLY WOMAN.
But Alas, Without Beautiful Hair No
Woman Can be Handsome.
We ask every woman reader of thia
paper to give Parisian Sage a thorough
trial, and we gladly make them this
Get a Ihlr'ge BO cent bottle from Lau
rens Drug Co today. I'se It as direct
ed for two weeks. If at the end of
that time you are not satisfied with
the results, say so to the Laurens
Drug Co. and they will give you your
liesides being a delightful and invig
orating hair dressing, Parisian Sage
, will cure dandruff, stop falling hair
and Itching of the scalp, or money
Mrs. H. Terry returned Saturday
j from a four weeks' visit to friends and
relatives In North Carolina.
"Can be depended upon" Is nn ex
pression ive all like to hear, and when
it is use.-l In Connection with Cham
berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy it means that It never falls to
cure diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel
complaints. It Is pleasant to take
and equally valuable for children and
[adults. Sold by Laurens Drug Co.
CATALINA ISLAND CALIFORNIA
From a Subscriber
No one ?vor comes to California and
enjoys Its glories, but they find a day
or week for this little Island that sits
like a gem in the western sea. Miss
that and like the base Indian, be
throws a pearl away richer than all
You leave Los Angeles at Nine A. M.
and are whisked over to the little
sea port. San Pedro, in an hour, and
lind the Cnbrilla lashed lik.> a hound,
straining for the start.
Out to the right is the great promon
tory of Point Firmln that breasts the
dashings of the seas live thousand
To the left is Dead Mans Island: in
front the government break water
where millions of tons of rock arc be
ing imbedcd to make the Pacific Ocean
live up to Its name, at least Inside the
harbor, and be really pacific. Out
around the point you steam and -you
are in the bosom of the world's great
est body of water, "In a sea of blue"
neath a turquoise sky.
You head for what seems and is a
range of mountains in the ocean.
Twenty five miles away it springs from
the surface uncrowned, inviting to its
pleasures. You have at your hack
the Sierra Madrc, the mother ranges
that tour along the Pacific Coast, and
here in front of you is a manly son
that cuts loose from his mother's
apron strings, in days when mother
nature was young, and settled down
here to be her sentinel, her outer
bulwark. There is an object that leaves
the water and sails an eighth of a
mile, the Hying fish. All through the
long summer months these lish make
of the Catalina Channel tin aviary.
Mother Carey's chickens scurry out
of the way. Whale:* spout frequently
in the distance. A school of porpoise, i
some that resemble leopards at play. |
may come along side to tumble and (
flash and dart upon the surface, The
roar of the whistle\ibrates the steam
er, rebounds from the adjacent cliffs. '
You round the Sugar Loaf, a guardian I
rock to the right and you are in the |
curving crescent of the island bay. j
Here running hack into the g,-een ^
cannons and enshrined by mountains,
lies the village of the island. Avalon. '
Little swiss chatalets cling to the I
mountains, hotels and hundreds of |
tent cottages rise gracefully on every |
You are 30 miles Irom the continent
Lets leave this and return to nature,
l-isten! It tells what all the sophistries '
of man has never gainsaid?Ood is!
You look and wonder. Was not Eden
here? Strange plants and vines undu
late, see thestygean cave festooned
with ribbon and iodine kelp sea steam
ers. Ihre the sea chenile and Irish
moss soften rought chasms till It is
beautiful. There sea tomatoes hang
from their vines and the olive from
Spain seem transplanted in clusters
beneath you. But as we glide on in the
glass bottom boat the abysm lowers.
In this apartment of the sea the
strangest mural decorations ever seen
meet your gaze, for behold. It is in
laid with living creatures, sea urchins.
Farther on is the seal rocks where ?
there are numbers of neals. I must
close, with all of the grandeurs of the
west none compare with the dear
South Carolina in hospitality and hon
or. And I often long for the State
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering It
through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never be used except
on prescriptions from reputable phy
sicians, as the damage they will do
is ten fold to the good you can possi
bly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney
& Co.. Toledo. O., contains no mercury
and Is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. In buying Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure he sure yott get the genu
ine. It la taken internally and made
in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co.
Sold f Druggists. Price 76c per
Take Hall's Family Fills for con.
st i potion.
Cole L. Blease will be the next gov
ernor. Here's hoping that, by a re
markable change of tactics, he will
make South Carolina as good a gover
nos as he has repeatedly promised.
Mr. I'.lease certainly has the Intellect
and the talents to make a good leader
and our only hope of a decent govern
ment Is that he will turn these qual
ities in the right direction.?Lnurens
FINE HAIR GROWER.
Also Cures any Case of Dandruff or
Money Back. At I.orirens Drug Co.
Parisian Sage will stop Itching scalp
and falling hair In twowceks, or money
It refreshes the scalp, gives It a de
lightful, comforting feeling, and is
not sticky or greasy.
It puts the radiance of sunshine Into
woman's hair, and women who use it
regularly are sure to have fascinating
hair. It makes hair grow profusely;
J et silky and lovely.
A largo generous bottle of Parisian
Sage only costs f>0 cents at the Lnu
rens Drug Co. Olrl with tho Auburn
i hair on every bottle.
For Winter Wear
Among our winter-weight Regal models are
several custom styles that are being worn extensively
by college men at the big universities. Every line of these
shoes has "thoroughbred" style.
We are rapidly educating the people of this
town to appreciate that Regal quarter
sizes give double the usual number of
shoe-fittings and insure an exact fit.
We can convince jHMfi
$350 $400 Md $500 I
GOOD news for you here; you can buy the best clothes ever
made, ready to wear; they're right here in this store, the
finest lot of suits and overcoats you ever saw; made for us by
some of the most Expert Clothiers in America.
Every fabric is strictly all-wool, a distinction among
clothes. They're the most stylish clothes made; they fit well,
and you'll get service out of them.
? Snits $5.00 to $25.00.
Overcoats $5.00 to $16.50
Tribble Clothing Co.
This store is the home of Good Clothing.
New line Ties
If it's a surface to
be painted, enameled,
stained, varnished or fin
ished in any way, there's
an Acme Quality Kind
to fit the purpose.
Paints and Finishes
Fall "Fixing Up"
No money brings such satis
faction as a few cents spent in the
Fall for "touching up" shabby
floors, furniture and woodwork.
All winter long the bright, attrac
tive and wholesome home is a
source of constant pleasure.
PAINTS AND FINISHES
are the kind to use. Simply tell
us what you want to do and we
will give you the proper Acme
Quality Kind for your particular
purpose. Let us tell you Five
Strong Reasons for Fall House
NICHOLS & ROPER, Laurens S C