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LAURENS, S. (., NOVEMBER 2, 1910.
Other things besides pumpkins gl'OW
large and in bountiful quantities in
Laurens: the sweet potato crop is be
ing "dug" this week and we expect
to have same "mammoth specimens"
on exhibition within a short time,
a a a
Tho improvement work at the city
cemetery was long delayed but what
Is being done there now is of a sub
stantial and enduring quality, and
shows what can be done when under
taken in the right apirit.
? ? ?
Have you taken n guess at the cen
sus returns for the city of Laurens?
? * ?
And the next question Is. how many
votes will be cast In next Tuesday's
general-primary election In Laurens
? ? ?
Laureus county has contributed
many noble sons to South Carolina and
other States, tuen who have distin
guished themselves in the various
walks of life, in war and in peace,
and to tl;ls proud record Is added the
illustrious nanlc of Stobo J, Simpson.
Though numbered with those whose
life work Is I Dished, he is secure in
the love and esteem of those who knew
him and admired him for what he was
and for tho things he accomplished.
He wits a noble Christian gentleman.
? * *
Laurens Is very much in evidence
at the Stnto Fair this week.
? * ?
The glass company will erect Its
plant within the corporate limits of
the city. Now when that other ui
terprlse, tho cotton mill, Is organized
the site of it too should not bo found
beyond the borders of the town. It,
like the Klass works. Is to be a home
enterprise and its location should be
here in the city.
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But let's call 'em ptinkins.
a a a
A good fanner said yesterday that
Laurens county farmers were making
about twenty-live per cent, more cot
ton than was mal? last year. And
he knows What be is talking about,
a a a
The Laurons County Hoys' Corn
club fair is the next big event in Lau
rens. There h: going to be some mighty
tine one.acre yields reported on No
vember "">. Hail to tho young fa: til
a a a
it was a ''killing" frost three of
a ? a
Mil i\ \ \ T0W3.MIIP BOND.
Among !!'?' questions to be decided
next Tuesday in the general election
is that of tho Sullivan bonds. It is
proposed thai 'be county of Laurens
assume the debt of $l7.-"iiMi heretofore
borne by Sullivan township since the
Issue of bonds to that amount in the
interest of a railroad that was never
built. The particulars are well known
to every voter. For the county to re
lieve the township of this debt means
nn additional tax levy of one-fourth
of one mill.
In justice to the peotde of Suit!v in
township ami in protection of the good
name of Laurens county, every voter
?|ext Tuesday should ens; his ballot
In favor of the fiSSUUintlon b ' tho
COUnty of this debt. M id >. as it was.
*V?S the benefit of all (he townships
pqrt bo'T" fiv :i hutyten hut without n
murmur for mnnv v???v?, q nothing
hut 'air und prnoer '''et I'm whole
rnnntv flkfltiM ioln wl"? Sntllvnn In
Ti?o"iio' mix debt. Divided nmnnw t^e
ro?n????,-nt,v?>1v few Citizen* of SuHI
'"?l (be debt l'ati"i as a heavy voke
!<??? naqnmed by the whol" count v It
?? or'd heftotn? not n burden but. in
?? lew of the facts, a pleasure.
JpwTueo.l It'ilcs to Colored State Fair.
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.Ino. W. 1
C. .' r>.er Chairman
PARTY IN THE STATE
fouventlou of White Men of the Party
Held in Columbia ?Ith Cunt.
Capers In Charge.
Columbia. October 27.?A new Re
publican party dawned in South Caro
lina today. Eliminating the negro en
tirely and asking notblng of tbe Fed
oral ofllce-holders, none of whom was
present at tbe Convention, more than
100 of those who believe In the Repub
lican doctrines met at noon in the Co
lumbia Theatre, in this city and in
augurated a branch of tbe national
organization for this state, which tbe;
leaders think will be fruitful of much
good. In 1012, according to resolu
tion. Congressional candidates will be
In tbe field .
In a keynote speech before tbe con
vention Joint Q. Capers outlined the
hopes of the party in tills State, its
position with regard to t'.ie negro, who,
he declared, is "not made nor fit for
political equalization with you and
me," and summing up the object of
the convention and reorganization of
the party, as "the beginning of the
emancipation of political thought and
action in South Carolina, the like of
which has not been known in forty
years in this State," he said that the
newly organized Republican party is
not to be Composed Of olfloe-holders.
"We have burned everything behind
us," declared Cnpt. Capers after the
convention, "and wo are starting out
afresh without the ofllce holders. Out
of 113 delegates here today, you note
that there is not one office-holder in
The meeting today marks somewhat
of an "Insurgency" among the Repub
licans in Sou I li Carolina. The meet,
log does not recognize the convention
held last month at Which were present
only a few white men, the vast majori
ty being negroes. The meeting, in the
opinion of Cnpt. Capers that was held
here today, formally organized a Re
publicun party In this State regard
less Of any other conventions held.
Several things wsre made quite
clear at todays session:
1. The negro vote Is not wanted by
die new Republicans.
2. The appeal will be mr.de to bus
iness men and farmers, and not to
ofllee-bolilers and olllce-seekers.
The negro has been a burden
around the Southern white man's
neck as to Republican efforts in the
L. W. c. Blalock, of Qoldville, Lau
rens county, Is chairman of tho Re
publican State executive committee
having been nominated at the conven
tion today. 1. H. Norrls, of York coun
ty. Is a vice chairman; I). H. Wallace,
of Union, is secretary-treasurer. Capt.
Capers presided over the convention
In addition to the above named of
tlcers of the committee, the following
were named on the Republican State
At Large?Z. A. Robertson, of Cher
okee; .John Canty, of Korshaw.
First District? \V. M. Ctsey, of St.
George, (two more to bo appointed.)
Second District?M, W. Watson,
Ridge Spring; T. A. Odom, of Edge
field; II, I) McCravy, Ridge Spring.
Third District?J. II. Williams,
N'ov/borry; C. B. George, of Westmin
ster; T. D. Harris of Dickens.
Fourth District- <:. it. Mayfleid, of
Greenville; .lohn Hart, of Spartan
burg; (!. W. Shell, of l.nurens.
Fifth District?Charles Dudley, of
Gaffney; J. P. Clayton, of Shelton; T.
G. Moser, ??:' Fori Mill.
sixth District?J. VTsnnskn, of
Georgetown; L. .). lltickey, of Mulllns,
(One more to bo named. >
Seventh District G. G. Fox. of Sum.
ter; I.. D. .Melton, of Columbia: F. C.
Call), of St. Matthews.
The committees are as follows:
Credentials I.. W. C. Blalock, Lau
lens county; A. (i. Varnes. OrangebUl'8
.lohn Hail. Spartanburg: I.. .1. H?cker.
Marion; JllO, Cantey. Kershaw; Jos.
Resolutions and Organizations?L.
I). Melton. Rlchlnild county; Q. W.
shell. Laurens; C. W. Nobles, Orange
burg; R. A. llannon. Spartanburg;
tv it. waggoman, Sumtor; O. E. Hut
chison. Rlchland; \'. P. Clayton, Fair
Committee on Flat form -Ceo. F.
Fox. Sumter county; W. H. Cox, Oco
nee; ("has. Dudley. Cherokee; F. C.
Cain. Calhoun; .1. A. Dramlett, Green
vllle; m. m. Scott. Fairftcld; I. H.
Committee on Nominations?Geo. R.
Mayfleid, Greenville county; .las. F.
Jenkins, York; Emanuel Cochrel, Lex
ilngton; Ja?. Doyd, Laurens. J. H.
Williams. Newberry; Jno. McCravy.
Rlchland; Chas. Dudley, Cherokee.
ItiiHlnoHH Men Present.
There were present today at the
convention a number of business men,
several travelling men and farmers,
and not one office-holder was in the
bunch, according to Capi. CaperH.
One of those who attended explain
ed: "We have, many of ns, for some
time been Republicans In national af
fairs at heart. We could not say so ,
because of the fact that many of us
did not want to attend the conventions ,
i where there were negroes, as has been ]
the case In the past. Hut now we feel j
that there is nn air of respectability
ubout the Republican party in the1
C. FJ. Grr.y. of Westminster, one of,
the Oconee delegates, comes from the
only precinct in the State that Presi
dent Taft carried at the last election.
O. H. Maflyeid, or Greenville, was
one of the electors on the Taft ticket.
Dan H. Wallace, of Onion, who Is
secretary-treasurer of the state com
mittee. Is the son or .lodge Wallace,
who was In radical times the Speaker
of the "Wallace Mouse. '
I OUR SPECIAL NOTICES. j
Netice I have 70 bushels of blue
stem Wheel for sale for planting at
$1.50 per I ushel. Come before it is
gone. Delivered at home G t-2 miles
eust of Laurens C. H. on Laurens
Koute.No. 2.. m. A. Sumorel, 14-ltpd
Lost?Black overcoat between H. L.
Wolfe's and Princeton. Finder pleuse
leave at Davis-Hoper Co. or return to
the undersigned. W. IL Mnhaffey.
CHARLESTON WAKEFIED and
other enrly excellent varieties of Cab
bage Plants, especially adapted to i
this section, now ready to deliver.'
$1.50 per thousand. J. Wess Donnan.
Laurens R. F. D. 2. 14-4t
Lost?Monday. Oct. 31.?On road
from Laurens to Tumbling Shoals,
three pairs ladies shoes, wrapped In
Swltzer Co's. paper. Finder please re- i
turn to W. W. Wasson, route G or to
Swltzer Co., Laurens. S. C . 14-lt
For Sale? Georgia Cane Syrup at
35c per gallon in :;.> gallon barrels.
Home made vinegar at 20e per gallon.
Terms cash. W. IL Davis, wholesale
Syrup and Vinegar. Columbia, S. C.
For Sale?One farm of 512 acres,
more or less. 9-rooiU dwelling, known
as Joel Smith place. Near Ware
Shoals. If not sold before, will be
sold lirst Monday .in December at
Laurens. 1 l-f,t pd
Seed Wheat -The Byrdville Dairy
and Stock farm has 150 bushels of
Blue Stem wheat for sale. W. D. Hyrd.
Laurens. R. F. 1). No. :?. 9-tf
Notice ?Large monument and un
veiling scene photographs, 25 cents
each at McCord's Studio., Laurens. S.
For Sale -Seed oets applet- and red
rust proof oats, at 75c per bushel. Ap
ply to A. P. Fuller, Mouutvillc, S. C.
Big Money?We want an agent in
every town; salary and commission;
references required; ror fell particu-*
b.rs. address Subscript.'on Dept., Na
tional Sportsman. Inc., 75 Federal St..
Boston, Mass. 13-6t
Hong Kong is well provided with fa
cilities for building and repairing ves
sels. In 1908 the Talkoo Dockyard
and Engineering Company's plant at
Quarry Hay was completed. Their
graving dock is the largest outsftle
of Great Hritian, and was built to
British admiralty requirements. It
Is capable of accommodating the larg
est vessels trading on the Pacific
Ocean. In addition to this dock they
have three large slipways capable of
handling vessels with displacement up
to 2.700 tons. This yard is fitted
throughout with a system of electric
Deafness Cannot he Cured.
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portions of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness
and thai is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an Inflamed
condition of the mucous lining of the
Kustachian Tube. When this tube is
inflamed you have a rumbling sound
or imperfect hearing, and when it is
entirely closed, deafness is the result,
and unless tie' Inflammation can be
taken out and this tube restored to
its normal condition, hearing will be
destroyed forever; nine cases out of
ten ate caused by Catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
Catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure, rend for circu
F. .1. Cheney ?- Co.. Toledo. O.
Sold by Druggists. 75c.
Take Hall's Family Fills for Con
The German army has sixteen inn
chine gun batteries, which it lias had
for some time, and which there ftp
pears to be no tendency to Increase.
It may therefore, be assumed that they
are designed to lit out the divisions
of cavalry which will be organized in
the event of war. one for each division.
The old. old story, told times with
out number, and repeated over and
ove ragaln for the last 30 years, but it
Is always a welcome story to those in
search of health There Is nothing In
tho world that cures coughs and colds
ns quickly as Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. Sold by Laurens Drug Co.
Hood-shaped headgear hns been de
vised for torpedo boat crews, affording
protection for the eyes nnd shielding
the ears from the wind caused by the i
A flexible rubber mouthpiece for tel
ephones Is a novelty, the Idea being
to prevent breakage should a desk In
strument be upset.'
Will Promote Beauty.
Women desiring beauty get wonder
ful help from Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
It banishes olmples. skin eruptions,
sores and bolls. It makes the skin
soft and velvety. It glorifies the face.!
Cures Bore eyes, cold sores, cracked
lips, chapped hands. Best for burns,
scalds, fever sores, cuts, bruises and \
piles. 25 cents at Laurens Drug Co. (
YOUR WIFE'S_BRIDGE PARTY.
How to Act When You Unexpectedly
' Blunder In Upon It.
It is inevitable that just once in
your life you will make the mistake
of coming home early on an after
noon when your wife is entertaining
a bridge party. Therefore it is im
portant that you should know how
to act on that occasion.
When it dawns upon you that
you have blundered into a bridge
party do not stand just inside the
door twiddling your thumbs and
looking embarrassed. Any show of
embarrassment will prove what
your wife has so often said?that
the children get their gawkish tend
encies from their father's side of
Say "Hello, girls!" as you care
lessly toss your hat into a corner.
This greeting will please your wifo's
elderly guests and will make the
younger ones admire your nerve. I
While your wife is still gasping her
admiration hang your coat on the
hatrack, put your collar nnd tie-on i
the mantel and as you loosen the
neckband of your shirt and kick off
your shoes nsk her whero your slip
pers arc. A wife is always proud'to
be able to help her husband.
Above all?and this is very im
portant?do not go away and hido
yourself in an upstairs room. When
you have been to your den and havo
filled und lighted your oldest and
nuttiest pipe, come downstairs and
mingle with your wife's guests. Crit
icise the plays made by the various
contestants. Occasionally chuckle
and say "Great Scott!" when your
wife makes a questionable play.
If at supper time the party is
still absorbed in the game and the
children arc sitting in a row on the
kitchen steps crying for bread do
not spoil your wifo's play by telling
her about it or by throwing out
hints which probably she is too en- '
grossed to notice. The tactful way
to attract her attention is to burn a
smudge in the attic?a few old rags
in a brazier will smoke splendidly?
then turn in a fire alarm nnd go
Later don't forget to send your
wife a telegram to the effect that
you have been called out of town on
business and will not he back for a
The last execution on a perma
nent gallows in London took place
at Tyburn on Nov. 7, 1783, the
malefactor being one John Austin,
condemned for highway robbery
with violence. For centuries Ty
burn had been the scene of execu
tions. The gallows consisted of
threo posts, and around it were
open galleries, resembling race
stands, in which seats were let. On
account of the disgraceful scenes on
the road, executions were trans
ferred in 3 783 to the area in front
of Newgate, despite tho objections
of residents, and on Dec. 3 of that
year the first hanging took place
there, when no less than ten were
Why M-ry Left.
"Should any one call this after
noon, Mary, say that I am not well,"
said the mistress one day to a new
servant fresh from the country.
"I'm afraid 1 ate a little too much
of that rich pudding for dinner, and
it or something else has brought on
a severe headache, so I am going to
Half an hour later the mistress
from her room near the head of the
stairs heard Mary say to two ladies
who had called for the first time:
"Ycs'm, Mrs. B. is at home, but
she ate so much pudding for .din
ner she had to go to bed."
When It Raint.
Little Willie?1 have noticed that
whenever it rains the statue in the
market place gets smaller, mother.
Isn't it a strange thing, mother?
His Mother?Roallv, Willie, I am
afraid you are becoming untruth
ful. What you say is impossible.
Little Willie (much hurt)?1 beg
your" pardon, mother! When it
rains the statue naturally becomes
a mere statuette (statue wet).?
A Scotch Cynic.
A young Scotchman was once
halting between two loves, one pos
sessed of beauty and the other of a
cow. In despair of arriving at a de
cision he applied for advice to a
canny compatriot,? who delivered
"Marry the lass that has the coo.
for there's no the decferonce o' a
coo's value in any twa weetnen in
A Poor Head.
Professor (to medical student)?
Will you please recapitulate the
names of the bones of the skull ?
Student (perplexed)?I've got
them all in my head, sir, but T can't
recall their names for tho moment.
Tho Virtue of a While Dress.
"Oh, mother, how pretty you look!"
"Where are you going?"
"Guess!" I cried. "I Hin going?going
?going to stay right :.ero with you
I ended enthusiastically and I smil
ed. .My little ruse had succeeded. Just
a simple white dress created the at
mosphere that I wanted.
The children were cross; I was
tired and irritable; yet I wanted to be
patient and agreeable. ! remembered,
when a teacher, how the school chll. ,
dren has taken a dislike to a certain
dress I wore; they fancied I was al
ways cross in lt. I recollected how
pleased they were over a new gown
and especially over an/thing white, j
They begged Die always to wear white.
Now I was resolved to test again the
power of the white dress and see If it
might not react upon my tired nerves.
It was a dull, rainy day but I had
a warm tire. ! selected a white waist,
not too thin, and, alas, a little out of
style. Then I found my old pique
skirt, n bit mussed but clean. I wore
a dainty blue ribbon at my neck and
a bow to match In my hair. A string
of blue beads completed my costume.
Last of all, a lace-trimmed handker
chief with a dash of cologne. The third
reader class used to admire "teacher's
handkerchief, so nice an' smelly!"
Now 1 was ready for the afternoon,
and felt quite equal to entertaining
three restless children just recovering
from the measles. At the chorus of
"ohs" and the gentle pats of my hairs,
the loving touches of the string of |
beads I felt more than repaid. I was
actually rested and in good humor
with myself again, while the children I
were eager to follow every suggestion
that I made
Oh the metric of white gown!?j
WOMEN'S HAIR. .
t'au Easily He Made Fascinating ami
On April 2, 1010, Mrs. lt. M. Worden,
5 St. James Ave.. Holyoke. Mass.,
wrote: "Parisian Sage is the best bait
dressing I ever used. It gave my hair
life ami a gloss which no other dies'J
ing ever did, besides sto, pinj. lt*trom
falling o tt. It is the only dressing for*
Parisian Sage is guaranteed by Lau
rens Drug Co. to cure dandruff, stop
falling hair and itching scalp in two
weeks, or money back. It makes hair!
grow lustrous and luxuriant, it is
a delightfully refreshing hair dressing,
not sticky or greasy and will imme
diately banish till onors. Large bot
tle 50 cents at druggists everywhere,
and *it Laurens Drug Co. The girl with
the Auburn hair is on every package.
There are over 17,000.00 acres under
wheat cultivation in the world.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY.
(Schedule Effective June 20. 1909.)
N. B.?These schedule figures show
the time that trains may be expected
pected to arrive and depart but the
times shown arc not guaranteed.
Eust and West hound trains from
Spnrtanburg, S. C.
7:30 A. M.?No. 36. dally, for Char
lotte, Washington, Richmond, New
York and intermediate points. Ar
rive Charlotte 10:05 A. M. Richmond
9:30 P. M.i Washington 10:55 P. M.,
New York 6:30 A. M
9:50 A. M.?No. 42, daily except
Sunday, for Charlotte and intermedi
ate points. Arrive Charlotte 12:15
1:46 P. M.?No. 12. dally local, for
Richmond and intermediate points.
Arrive Richmond 7:00 A. M.
5:20 P. M.?No. 38, daily, ("New
York-Atlanta-New Orleans Limited") j
for Washington, New York and tho
fcast. Arrive Washington 6:50 A. M., ?
New York, I-00 P. M. Pullman cars,
8:10 P. M.?No. 10. daily, for Char
lotte and intermediate points.
9:00 P. M.?No. 30. dally, for Wash
ington and New York. Pullman cars,
iiiii'ig cars. Arrive Washington 10:-10
A. M., New York 5:00 P. M.
lo:;:0 A. M.?No. 9. dally, for Ashe
ville and intermediate points. Arrive
Ashevllle 2:10 P. M. .
6:35 P. M.?No. 13, daily, for Ashe
vllle and intermediate points. Arrive
Ashevllle 9:15 P. M* Parlor-cafe car.
West bound trains from Greenville,
6:50 A. M.?No. 29. dally, for Atlan
ta and Birmingham. Pullman ears,
dining cars. Arrive Atlanta 10:30 ?
A. M., arrive Birmingham 4:00 P. M.
11:36 A. M.?No.39, daily, for At-!
lama and intermediate notnta enn.
nectlng at Atlanta for all points west.
Arrive Atlanta 3:55 P. M.
1:30 P. M.?No. 37, dally ("New
York-Atlanta-Now Orleans Limited")
for Atlanta ami New Orisons. Ar
rive Atlanta 5:00 N. M? New Orleans
7:55 P. M. Pullman sleeping ' car,
club car, observation car and dining
2:12 P. M.?No. II. dally local, for
Atlanta and way Station?. Arrive
Atlanta 8:30 P. M.
1:10 A. M.?No. 35, daily, solid >
train to New Orleans with pullman
ea-s nnd dining car. Arrive Atlanta I
5:00 A. M.. New Orleans 8:30 P. M.
Southbound from Columbia.
6:55 A. M.?No. 29, dally, for Sa
vannah and Jackconville. Pullman
7:66 A. M.?No. 12, dally, for Char
leston nnd intermediate points.
3:60 P. M.?No. 14, dally, for Char
leston and way stations.
2:15 A. M.?No. 16; dally, for Char
leston. Pullman car.
Summer excursion tickets now on
For further Information, call on
ticket agents Southern railway, or
J. L. Meek.
A. G. P. A., Atlanta, Ga.
E. II. Coapman,
G. M., Washington, D. C.
Alex. H. Acker.
T. P. A? Augusta, Ga.
For County Auditor.
I am a candidate In the approach
ing special primary for the ofllce of
county auditor, subject to the result
of said election.
ALEX N. BR AM LETT.
I hereby announce myself as candi
date for auditor of Laurens county and
promise to abide by tno results of the?
special Democratic primary.
R. M. BROWNLBE.
I most respectfully announce myself
as a candidato for the nomination in
the special primary for the ollice of
county auditor, and hereby agree to
abide by the result or the same.
J. ROSS DORROIL
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the ofllce of county auditor, sub
ject to the decision of the voters in
the special Democratic primary elec
YV. H. GILKERSON, SR.
I respectfully announce myself as a
candidate for the office of auditor sub
ject to the result of the special pri
CLARENCE L. HAMMETT.
I hereby announce myself as candi
date for the ofllco of auditor of Lau
rens county in the coming special
primary and promise to abide by the
results of the same.
JOHN A. MAHON.
* hereby announce myself as a can
didate for county auditor, subject to
the .rules governing the nomination
of said office. MARCUS L. NASH.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the ofllce of county auditor, the same
being subject to the rules and regu
lations governing the special prlmarv
election. J. WADDY THOMPSON.
I most respectfully announce myself
as candidate for auditor of Laurens
county, subject to the decision of th*
voters in the special Democratic pri
mary. B. MARVIN WOLFF.
To Hoot Saturday.
commissioners of State and
County election are called to meet ul
the court house, Saturday, Nov. 6th, at
10 o'clock, to arrange for delivering
the election boxes to the managers.
J. A. P. Moore.
W. T. Crews. chairman,
Maude Adams is making a record
breaRing lour through the South In
"Every Woman Knows", in the mean
while she is studying the role i f
The largest living bird in the world
Is the ostrich. The average ostrich
stands eight feet high and weights
about 300 pounds.
In the decade from 1898 to 1908 the
antelope of Colorado, according to es
timates of the State game warden, de
creased from 25.000 to 2.000:
School children are encouraged to
visit the art museums of New York
City. Last year 7,896 children and
teachers visited the Metropolitan,
The new rapid service between
Buenos Ay res and Rosarlo was inau
gurated on September t. Only five
hours are needed for the journey,
A motor boat invented by a Wiscon
sin matt, aud found practicable, is
mounted, catamaran fashion, in two
narrow hulls, which are kept filled
Change ?i> well as other
styles. If you want up
to date Jewelry, you can
be sure of getting the
very latest aud most cor
reet thing here. What
ever you buy, you can feel
sure that you are right.
Or 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.
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instant relief and an absoluto euro
in all cases of Asthma, Bronchitis, and
Hay Fever. Sold by druggists; mail on
receipt of price ii oo.
Trial Package by mall 10 cents.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prop*., CU??Urd, Ohio
Lnurens Drug Co., Laurens, 3. C.