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LaareBA, S. C.
ALISON" LEE President
W. G. LANCASTER vice-Pres.
ARTHUR LEE Sec aid Treaa.
AevtrtUiB* Rate? ea Application.
Obltaarie* aad Cars of taaaka: Oae
cent a wer?.
Estered at lb* poeto^Sce at Laaretu.
B. C. aa second ciaw mail matter.
LAURE98, 8. < - U'RIL It, m*
The AdTertiwr will be clad te J
reeeJte the local news ?f all the |
eeaaaaaaitiea io the county. Cor
reepeadeats are reqaeftted to i
aim their earn* to the conU"i" |
bation? Letter? ?boold not be [
mailed later than Monday mom- I
Capt John O. MtrCain. conductor on
the C. N. k. L, ta oat for sheriff of
Ricbland county. Captain McCain is!
just too good a conductor to be fool
ing around politics. That's the
only objection that we have to se in
Li? entering the ;acr. They say he
is making the boys bustle though.
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Congratulation* Tte Cnicn Times
in its successful campaign ia raising
$1,000 by Kubsciiptloni to make the
first payment on a linotype machine.
If The Times est. now pet np some
fccbeme to pay off the monthly install
ments v biota seem to' crop up every
week, it will be la clover.
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Fror, what we gather in the Spar
tan burg Herald'* discuasion of the par
cels post, it agree; with Congressman
Johnson in that a parcels post sys
tem with ?at rate-. olj*ct:o:;ab>. Do
we catch you rightly? Or does The,
Herald favor any kind of parcels post
Judge Jones has been doing a lit
tle campaign work around in tali sec
tion of the state for some time. Reck
on we couldn't get him to give us a
speech i atept of the new court
bouse? Lei ?? hi mto come up
and talk to u-. It about time that
he was < ...i to shake hands
with those r. ? supporter! that he
has gained anyhow.
Now that the county will be put to
such expense of money and time re
pairing the bridge! washed away dur
ing the recent flood, it will be more
necessary than ever for the people
of the county to aid in keeping up
the roads if they are to remain pas
sable. Supervisor Humbert probably
has all that be can do on his hands
now opening up travel where the
bridge-. ar<- gone and it would he well
if the citizens of the county would g&t
out and do some work on the roads.
It is too dry to drag them now. but
the rough places can be worked. Pre
paration- .-.hould be made, however, to
drag the roads after the first rainy
day. A good dragging of many of the
roads: In this county would work won
ders after a rain.
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TILI.MW IM? JOHNSON IGREE.
Now comes along Senator Tillman
and states that his ideas as to the
parcels post are the same as those
of Congressman Johnson. Congress
man Johnson stated his views in a
letter s?-nt to a constituent and print
ed in The Spartan burg Herald and
copied by The Advertiser. Congress
roan Johnson says that he la opposed
to a parcels post with flat rates, but
Ik in favor of the parcels post with
ratet according to what is known a.-.
7-ones. Thus, we have two South Caro
lina representatives lined up against
parcels post with flat rat'-s. We think
that the view* of both the gentlemen
are entirely sound on the flat rate
parcels pom system.
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N. B. DIAL.
Col. N. B. Dial has announced his
candidacy for the office of United
States Senator, thus placing the third
hat in the ring for this office. This
announcement of Mr. Dial's will. The
Advertiser believe, strike a responsive
chord in the people of Laurens coun
ty especially and of the entire state
Col. Dial has not yet placed his
platform before the people, but it is
generally understood that he will
place himself before the voters of this
state as a thorough buaineas man,
who la firmly convinced that what the
country needs as legislators is more
practical minds and fewer politicians.
And as a man of sound common sense,
and farsighted intellect, he has few
equals in South Carolina. Col. Dial
has since his early manhood been
one quick in taking the initiative and
active in puahing to completion the
things undertaken. Aa a construe
tive r^tesinaa be antra'.d, ud we bek
liere. srQ] appeal urougjr u? the rot
ers of ihi* Ftate.
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PARCEL* P0S1 AGAIN.
Re-aderr oi Tbe Advertiser during
tie pat*, few a-eeks pauafMy bare got
ten tax idea thai m* Lave parcels j;?ost
'- ? th*. a: d t ant. :?? get r.d :?;.
H. We have beta tLiakiag about it
pretty ser.-.u-ly c' Ii.:* ill ha-'* ei
pr#-is-e?d a few iiews on It. but Laving
g-.tt-.c ?.':---<ft v.r-rf ju: ;; cur s:i:tr.
we LardJr tLir\ that a discussion will
l"r t.ntmued Ji.les.s s-tm et Ling um'.re
seen turns up. We do. however wish
to leave a parting statement about the
system so tLat our vie-svs cigLt rot
be misunderstood. We are aware that
par remarks Lave been rather iengtLy
and possfbty they Lave no: been thor
?-.-i-r.'.y read by manj _f pot
A Cursory reading of those views
might Lave lead s-ome to believe that
we were oppos-ed to the parcels post
because, and only because, it would
injure tLe merchants of towns the site
of Laurens and the merchants of Lau
r^r-i itself. While that is exactly
wLat we believe would Lappen if the
parcels post, with Cat rates, was in-!
augurated. still our fears are for the
farmers and others as well as tLe
merchants. We believe that we are
broard-minded enough to realine tLat
what is better for the larger portion
of the people is better for them all
But, in the case of the parcels post,
we believe hat tLe temporary ad\?m
t-age of cheaper transportation rates.
?Lere the mail order Louse? can de
liver goods to the Lome merchants'
neighbor- at well a- the home mer
chant can himself. v>iil react on the
farmer himseif and the whole country!
will be the losers thereby. TLe ulti-'
mate gainers will be the mai. order
houses and the manufacturing centers
We believe that the compromise bill,
by ?Lieh tLe parcels post will be tried
out on rural routes only, is a good bill
if it does not lead to tLe flat rate par-;
eels post bill. However, we are will- j
ing to see It sriven a trial and trust
that our representatives will later,
when tbe crucial test comes. Lave the
moral Etamlna to stand up for what
they think is the best for the country
rather than liEten to the cry of the
mail order houses and farm magazines
who see in the flat rate system much
profit for them.
If the ex;.re-- > or.-.; an.-s are grind
ing out more of the people's money .
than they have a right to. and we be- '?
iieve that they are, our representa
tives in eongre-s car. ?et machinery in
motion that will result in express ratet
regulation. As the United States gov
ernment has no right to take away
from the express companies or any
other individuals their rights as Amer
ican citizen to make a living, we do not
believe that It should take them over
to run them itself.
NEWS <>i THE WEEK
IN TOWN 01 (LINTON
?"ontir.ued From Page One.i
? cert by the Toronto Quartette. The
course as a whole has been very much
liked this winter.
Mtb. Uyrd Phillips Is visiting Mrs.
Charles Akerman In Macon, Ga.
Miss Emrna Snyder was married at
the home of her cousin, Mrs. Charles
Akerman, in Macon, last Saturday at
noon, to Mr. Walker of Hoston.
/ mong those expecting to attend
the unveiling of the monument to the
Women of the Confederacy in Colum
bia Thursday are Mrs. P. McD. Ken
m ly Mrs. W. M. McCaslan Miss Mol
lie Manson. Miss Fronde Kennedy,
and the Senior Class of the Thorn
Miss Irene Dillard has returned to
Randolph-Macon, where she will be
graduated in June, after spending the
easier holidays here.
Rev. and Mrs. Thornwell Jacobs of
Atlanta visited relatives here this
Mrs. J. F. Jacobs, Miss Duekett,
and Mrs. W. J. Hailey have Issued in
vitations to a reception tomorrow af
ternoon that bids fair to be extreme
1 ly brilliant and enjoyable.
Dr. Rutledge Copeland, son of Mr.
I A. W. Copeland of Clinton, died Mon
day In a Philadelphia hospital, after
a prolonged illness. The remains will
be brought to Clinton, arriving Wed
nesday morning and the funeral* ser
vices will be held some time during
that day. the body being Interred In
the Presbyterian cemetery. Dr. Cope
land was for a long time a successful
j dental Burgeon ia Baltimore. He ia
'survived by his wife, who will accom
1 pany the remains to Clinton.
Battle of Plttabnrg Bridge.
Mr. D. R. Lavender, tbe moving pic
ture man, states that he baa secured
for Thursday a very ?Orrlng war scene
one that will appeal especially to
southern people. The name of it ia
"The Battle of Pittsburg" and ia said
to be one of the best that he has yet
put on. In addition to thia there will
be two others, one an Indian film and
another one a comic piece. Tbe prices
always remember, the same.
TO PKI>E>T -CIVDE BELLA".
i spiU <.f La ares* Mill vkwl to Ghe
Pia; !? Sek*?] Hcu-t- Thur-daj
The pupils of the Lauren* Mill;
School will g:\* a play at the school
auditorium tomorrow night, begin
ning h o'clock. A small admission
fee wfll be cazrged. the proceeds toj
go toward providing books and other
things for the school library. The \
public Is cordial 3 y invited to attend.
The play 15 an adaptation o: CLa- j
derell*.". the words being especially
written for the occasion by Miss Mary
Simpson. ? ho is principal o the
school and under whose direction it \
is given. It is said that the play Is!
very interesting and is ?eil -worth
I? The Famous Baby Show.
Judge. Glynn Hairston.
Mothers: Nita Curry. LVina Cobb. Ad
die ??lay poanelU Lila May Jamison,
dien Rushton Carrie May Viator,
LJla Hughes Nellie Tinsley. Alice'
Jemigin. Susie Adams. Nora Donnell.
Cora Abercrombie. Alice E>avis, Ai
leene Ledfcrd. Macie Ledford. Vera
Blakely. Donnie Barton
II? Clown Chorus.
Clowns: Ben Lewis. Manning. Bag
well. Manning Stewart. La?rr.L'
Stewart. Clyde Donnell. Clarence Don;]
nell. Clate Putnam. Clyde Putnam,:
Car] Eustacne. Roy Jones. George'
Ca-?del!. Joe King. Sam Snoddy. Virgil
Hi?Cinderella?a Piay in two
Cast of CLaracters
Prince True Love ..Dorroh Hairston
Step Mother .Blanche Waiker
Step Sisters. Nannie Lee Snoddy and
Herald .Clarke Terr.;.letor.
Fairy God Mother .. ..Anise Yarhoy
Lords and Ladies of the Court?I ?
nie Barton, Vera Blakely. Aileene
Ledford Marie Jamison, Sam Bag
well. Giynr. Hairston. Claude
Franks. Fate 0'Shields. David Wea
Act I?Scene 1, Cindereia's home,
before 1st ball: scene -. Cinderella's?
home, after 1st ball.
Act II?Scene 1, the prince's ball:
scene -. Cinderella's home, morning
after last ball, prince find? owner of
MOMMEM To WOJTE.X
(Continued From Page One. t
movement for raising sufficient fun is
to make the State i:,?','(.?; riat. a. ail
able. Through the columns of his*
paper he issutd a stirring appeal to
the men of Carolina, calling on tajm
to do themselves honor by doing honor ?
10 the women who had borne so no
ble a part in the dark days of conflict
and adversity. The publisher of The 1
State headed the list with $100 and the;
contributions began to pour in. Earn
est efforts on the part of the commit
tee in charge and other patriotic cit
izens bore its fruit, and in a reasona- ;
bly short time the necessary $7,500 j
was raised. However, this did not |
satisfy the men behind the movement, j
The monument, they held, should be
one that would fittingly portray the!
fidelity and dauntless courage of the j
women. So the canvass was continued \
until $14,000 had been raised, much of'
it, if not the greater part, being made
up of contributions of $1 or ever less.
( ard Of Thank-.
I'lease allow us space In your valu-!
able columns to feebly express our!
hearty thanks, and Christian gratitude,
and appreciation to the very generous ?
Christian public, and Citizens of the j
city of Laurens and vicinity, both 1
our many white friends among whom
we live as neighbors, and our friend
of our own race, colored, for the
kindly assistance rendered U? in a
financial way, as well as tbe words
of sympathy, and kindly feeling to
ward us, in our misfortune of losing
our church by fire a little over a
month ago; we thank you most heart
ily, and will ever pray the blessings
of the Lord upon all. Your help and
sympathy along with our own person-1
al endeavors, resulted in our being
able to lay upon the table on last
Sunday for the purpose of rebuilding
our church, eight hundred eighteen
dollars and ten cents ($818.10). Ourj
rally is not yet concluded, we aimed
at raising one thousand dollars In the
rally, and we expect to complete that
amount when the gleanings are all ha
Again we thank most heartily all who
contributed to our needs in any way,
loth white friends and colored friends
and we assure you that it shall be
our aim In life to so live and conduct
ourself as citizens as to merit a rea
sonable share of your confidence and 1
Signed in behalf of the members and I
congregation of St. Paul Baptist |
T. W. Rice.
Calvin, Hudgens, Clerk.
BEAl'TirrL EASTER MUSIC,
special Frtxmm* la Ue (horche*
>uiai Meraiar aad Lvt-niur in Dif
fereat i harcbe-v.
The services in tbe several church
es Easter Sunday were marked by
: timely sermons and beautiful music
The morning service was set apart by
the ministers to preach upon the sub
)iect of Sabbath observance. Tbe song
. s-ervic-e* for the mcmir.g -?er* r.:t :'
[special r.xe. except at the Episcopal
Itbnrch where the Toronto Quartet, a!
j company of young men. composing!
a lyceum attraction, kindly offered
their aid and assisted in the song ser
vice. An unusually large congrega
tion was present and the music was
greatly enjoyed. They also sang at
the evening service of the First Bap
t.st church where a large congrega
tion 'listened to their beautiful voices.
The service at tbe Presbyterian j
chord) Sunday evening was of an,
_:.usual character Tie Meth:-i.-t
,it? Preshyterian churches joined in
a union service devoted to song and;
prayer. After severa. hymns were
sung by the choir and congregation. t
the service was turned over to the
Choir and. led by Mr. Chas. H. Hicks,
a beautiful sacred program was ren
dered A number of choruses and
solo* were sung from tn? different
cantatas that ha ve been sung here j
[during the ; a?t several years and. ::.
addition to these ether selections
?R-r- -ur.g. The service was greatly
enjoyed by a large cencregatitn
C. D. (. MEETING.
Hampton** Birth da) Flttlagl) Cele
brated at Home of Mr*. If. H. QU?
The members cf J. B Kersbaw
Chapter, l\ D. C. celebrated Hamp-'
ton's rirthday. March iith in a simple
but beautiful m?nner. Mrs. W. H.
Giikerson was hostess to thr chapter.
Seldom has it enjoyed a more :ta
hie. enthusiastic meeting.
The room in which the meeting was
held, had been most beautifully and
artistically decorated in the Confeder
ate colors, the windows being draped
in streamers of red and white bunt
ing. Confederate flags were much in i
evidence A large part rait of the
' Grand Old Hero" was conspicuous, re
rn.ndir.ir the ' ha; ter forcibly of t.ie oc-1
casion for w-hJch it had met. namely,
to do homage to "the hero of '76/'
After considerable business of im
portance concerning tbe annual din
ner for the veterans, which will be
s-.-ved April 27. Memorial Day exer
cises May 10th. providing for a speak
er, which, by the way. the chapter
congratulates itself on being able to i
announce that we have secured Col.
Hillary Herbert a citizen of Laurr.
in former days, to deliver our annual
speech on May 10th. Col. Herbert will
be rernf-rnVrei ; l .a.-ar.tiy by sc:r.e of
the older citizens of Laurer.s and will
receive a most cordial welcome to his,
former home. We also appointed com
mittees for these several occasions. Af
ter all the business had been transact-1
ed. a very charming literary" program;
was carried out. Two very interesting ;
papers were read by the historian. Miss
Minnie Babb. "Red Shirts" and "Ku
Klux" organization, and a selection I
from "Queed ", Confederate Reunion ;
Parade ', graphic in its description of
the scenes of those days, by Mrs. R.
Tfter the literary program was car- j
ried out. the hostess served delightful!
refreshments during the social period.;
after which the chapter adjourned to]
meet May 10. i
Below are the names of the ladies
who are to serve on the different com
Dinner Committee?Mrs. E. M.
Clarke, chairman: with all balance of
members to assist her, who are not on
Coffee Committee?Mrs. Ran Little,
chairman; Mrs. W. E. Barre. .Mrs. Y.
C. H el lams, Miss Julia Gilkerson,
Miss Willie Jones, Mis;' Bessie Roland.
Miss Minnie Babb. Miss Bettle Watts.
Mrs. J. D. Watts. Mrs. W. R. Richey.
Soliciting Basket Dinner?Main St..
Mrs. J. S. Bennett, Mrs. R. E. Babb:
Harper St.. Mrs. Richey. Jr . Mrs. Swy
gert: North Harper St., Mrs. Lutie
Washington, Miss Willie JoneB.
Begging Committee?Mrs. Warren
Bolt, Miss Laura Cromer.
Wreaths?Mrs. H. K. Aiken. chair
man; Mrs. Teague. Mrs. Ferguson. Mrs.
Darlington, Mrs. Boyd. Mrs. Wm. Byrd.
Mfss I^aura Barksdale, Miss Bessie Ro
land, Mrs. John Bolt, Mrs. J. S. Ben
rtftU Mrs. W. H. Dial. Mra. Ran Little.
Crosses of Honor?Laura Cromer,
Laura Barksdale, Bessie Roland, Min
nie Babb. Mra. R. E. Babb.
Program Committee?Mra. J. H.
Teagui. Mrs. H. K. Aiken, Mra. M. L.
Copeland. Mrs. W. R. Lucas.
Aak at Dr. B. F. Posey's.
* STATE PRESS C01OLENT.
The ParteU Po-t.
The Herald has long favored a par
cels post, and has not hesitated to say
so on many occasions. We believe
that the establishment of rucb a sys
tem is, as Representative Johnson
has said, merely a reductiOB in trans
portation rates. We cannot under
stand why anyone should object to
a reduction of transportation charges,
ext e; t who ?.re interested if.
the income for the service. The peo
ple ^who have he-en fighting for re
duced railroad rates should, in con
sistency, favor cheaper transporta
tion of parcels by parcels post.
If The Herald had had any hesi
tancy in the matter, the statements
ot two senators, made cr. the floor a
, day or two ago. would be sufficient
to cause us to advocate the system.
Senator Bailey and Senator Hey burn
both stated that they were bitterly
[ opposed to the parcels post, and it is
IS. pretty safe rule "or friends of the
people to find themselves opposed to
these two statesmen. They no longer
represent the people, but both look at
things from the standpoint of the big
interests The express companies are
at the bottom of the opposition to the
parcels post, and the express compa
nies are the people who are making
the ridiculous in.; region that the
mail order houses are pushing the
parcels post. As stated by Mr. John
son, there are parcel? post systems in
all European countries tut there are
no mail order bouses there of conse
quence. There is no parcels post, prac
tically, in the United States, and yet
,the mail order business thrives here.
Clearly the parcels post is not a nec
essary adjunct of the mail orier bus
The parcels post is simply a cheap
er and more convenient way of trans
porting good? in small quantities, ar.d
can be used by the small shopkeeper
as well as by anyone else, and to his
advantage over mail order house com
THE TORONTO OJ' \RTET.
Last l.jceum Number Best Ever Ob
en in Laarens?
Prof. B L .'one? is to be congrat
ulated on his work for the lyceum
and especially is t*he city appreciative
of his last attraction, The Toronto
Quartet. Seldom has the city had such
a treat for aside from the entertain
ment given by the quartet at the
school building Friday night, in which
Mar.acer O. 1-. Gardner. .Messrs. Wil
lard Demmery, Joseph D. Johnston
and J. Walter Ayres. all artists gave
I the best lyceum number here for a
long time, the likewise were much
in demand for the- Easter services at
The congregation of the Episcopal
church, with their rector. Rev. A. E.
Cornish, were esi*-cially grateful for
the grand music rendered at the morn
! ing service and many are the expres
sions of thanks to Mr. O. L. Gardner
and his able assistants. The Bap
tist church Rev. w. E. Thayer, pas
tor, obtained the quartet for Sunday
I evening and as in the other instances
the members delighted everyone who
The following personnel, with a few
j facts about each will be of interest
to the many friends they made during
! ther short stay in Laurens:
Torento Male Quartet.
Mr. J. Douglas Johnston. 1st tenor.
I formerly choirmaster Eglinton Pres
Mr. J. Walter Ayres. 2nd tenor,
tenor foloist South Matthews Episco
Mr. Willard W. Demery. Basso.
! bass soloist Eglinton Methodist
Mr. Orrie L. Gardner, baritone and
reader, organist and choirmaster.
South Matthews church.
All of the above named churches
are in Toronto. Canada. Present tour
began in Buffalo. N. Y., January 2nd
and closes at Abbeville. S. C. April
27th, covering 7 states.
Missionary Rally, Shiloh Methodist
church. April 21st. 1912 at 11 a. m.
Song, prayer and scripture.
Recitation by Claudel] Holder, Carol
Wallace and other children.
Address by M. F. Wilson.
Address by J. E. Johnson.
Cordial invitation to all.
Ja*. P. Attaway.
Free Halt for Someone.
In order to keep stimulated the al
ready active Interest In the Ten Pln
nett Alley, the managers have decid
ed to give away one suit of handsome
tailor-made clothes. For every point
that you make In any game that vou
plsy, you will be credited a point In
the contest. At the end of a specified
period, beginning next Saturday, the
player having the largest number of
points will be given the suit of clothes.
For Clerk of Conrt.
To the voters of Laurens County:
Fully appreciating your support in
the past and with my record as a
public official before you. I take
pleasure in announcing myself a can
didate for re-election for Clerk of
Court for Laurens County, S. C. and
.will ?l?de the result of the Democrat
JOHN F. HOLT.
1 hereby offer myself as a candi
date for the office of Clerk of Court
of Laurens county, pledging myself
to abide by the platform of the dem
ocratic party and to support the nom
C. A. POWER.
The friends of Mr. R. O. Hairston
hereby place his name befoie the peo
ple of Laurens county for the office
of Coroner, pledging him to abide by
the principles of the democratic party
and to support the nominees thereof.
I hereby offer myself as a candi
date for re-election to the office of
auditor of Laurens county and prom
ise to abide by the platform of the
democratic party and to support the
J. WADDY THOMPSON.
K<>r Count; Commissioner.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for re-election as County Commsision
er of Laurens county subject to the
of the Democratic primary elec
T. MAC ROPER.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election to the office of
Sheriff of Laurens county, pledging
myself to abide by the platform of
th< Democratic party and to support
the nominees thereof.
JOHN D OW1NGS.
For Mate Senator.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the office of Senator
from this county, pledging myself to
abide by the platform of the Demo
cratic party and to support the nom
R. D. BOYD.
House of Representatives.
The many friends of Mr. Joseph
G. Sullivan of Tumbling Shoals here
by announce him as a candidate for
the House of Representatives from
Laurens eountw FRIENDS
For Sale?This week we have for
sale Seed Sweet Potatoes: White Yam
at $2.(.?> per bushel and Yellow Yam at
(2.40 per bushel. J. C. Shell & Co..
West Main street. Laurens. 37-11
For Rent?1 seven-room cottage
with lights and sewerage cor Caroline
and South streets. J. C. Shell. 37-2t
Corn Mill I wish to give notice
that I am now grinding corn and feed
at my mill at my home each Saturday.
W. T. Sena. Lauren?, Route 3.
For Sale?Pure King Cotton Seed,
direct from King last year. 75 cents
per bushel. J. T. Peden, Gray Court.
S. C 37-H
For Sale?Nice horse and buggy.
Reasons for selling just moved to
city and have no further need for
them.* Apply to L. A. Shealy. 2". Oak
Bull For Service?I now have ready
for service fine Jersey bull. For terms
apply to Tom Henderson, Laurens.
For Sale?Several different varieties
of fine tomato plants. Ten cents per
dozen. J. G. Sullivan. 6C1 South Har
per St.. Laurens, S. C. 37-lt-pd
Wanted?To sell 300 bushels long
staple cotton seed at 7."> cents p?>r bu
shel. Call at Bolt &Hudgens Stable
oi B. H. Hudgens. 37-2t-pd
For Sale A few bushels left over
of Tools Prolific. Second year from
Tools. Pure. Apply to J. A. Wofford.
Madden. S. C. ".7-lt-pd
Notice is hereby given that all per
sons are forbidden to hire or harbor
one John Wood, colored, who is under
contract to me. M. B. Poole, :<7-lt-pd
Notice?Byrdville Dairy and Stock
Farm jack now ready for service.
Colt to show. Will appreciate any
For Sale?Wyandotto chickens and
eggs for sale. Silver laced and white.
From best strains, recent importa
tions. $1.00 for a setting of eggs. Ap
ply W. T. Senn, Laurens, Route 3.
For Sale?"Pickers Delight" cotton
j seed, an early, upright, big boll va
riety. Has made a bale per acre for
the last four years. The favorite on
my plantation. Hands pick from 400
to f.00 pounds per day. Price $1.00 per
bushel. W. P. Harris, Owing*. 8. C.
Dock Eggs for Sale?W? have set
tings of Indian Runner duck eggs for
sale, best stock. $1.00 per setting.
Apply to Mrs. M. A. Jones, Gray
Court, 8. C. at-tr
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