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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 13 December 1899

THE ADVERTISER. I ?ubscrlptlou Prlce-ia Months, $1.60 Payable In Advance, 15. ? . HA I.I,, IMilor. Kates for Advertising. - Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one inser tion, $1.00; each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. Liberal reduction made for large Advertisements. w. w. Ball, Proprietor. LAURENB, s. C, Dec., in, IM?*.'. At Home and Abroad. Tho status is the same in tho Phil ippines and AguinaldO is at large. In Soutb Africa tho British and the poor Boers aro contesting the ground, the British gaining ground. There Is a rumor of men from Chicago and Mil waukee and other Western cities or ganizing to go to the assistance of the Boors. If so, It is very fooli?h, but it will not matter a thousand years hence. Wo must still not take things t)0 serio' s'y. At Washington the Republicans are rushing a Bill in the House in the In terest of National Hanks and the L'old standard, Gontlo reader take advice and don't buy too many hooks on the money question; if however you uro bent'hat way...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 13 December 1899

a Now Church, Tho Assooluto Reform Presbyterians are going to build a house of worship in town. Prospeot church will DO moved here,or rather the membership will. The committee is now looking around for a location. Anyone having a suitable lot that thov will dispose of may confer with Mr. A. 15. Itlakely.? The lot will bo bought and paid for at onco, but the building will not he put up until next summer. It is hoped to havo tile building completed by Sep tember I, 1000.?Clinton News. Pooplo who need anything in shoos in any stylo or kind will find special bargains at O. B. Simmons. Mrs. Adams has a lovely line <>f Xmas goods. Prosonts to suit every one. We give premium stamps. Men's Hats und Caps in groat variety'. All shapes; all prices. Davis, Roper & Co. Famous Hatters and Clothiers. Sideboard No. 278 Quartered Oak, golden finish, top 21 x 54 inches, 7 foet 2 inches high, 1 mirror 2^ by 80 inches, 2 mirrors 10 13 Freuen beveled, 2 Napkins draws, 1 draw for silver-?plush ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 13 December 1899

THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Htnv.fi, tho establishment of ports of entry arid dollvory, tho regulation of1 patents and copyrights; these, with various other subjects, which'rost ou tlrely within tho power of Congress, call for consideration and Immediate action. OPEN THE MARKETS. It muat be lorno in mind that since tho uobhIoii Porto Uico has boon denied the principal markets she had long on joyed, ami our efforts have been con tinued against her products aa whou she was under Spanish sovereignty. The markets of Spain aro closed to her products except upon terms to which the commerce of all nations is subjeet ed. Tho island of Cuba, which used to buy her c-attlo and tobacco without cus toma duties, now imposes tho samo du ties upon these products as from any othor country entering her ports. She hau, therefore, lost her free intercourse with Spain and Cuba without any com pensating benotlts in this market, iler coffoo was little known and not In use by our people, and thoroforo there, ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 20 December 1899

Till? NEAL INVESTIGATION. KKPOKT OF J?>INT COM$I.TT.<-B. Tii? Attorney General'* Conolee ru?i Gomproheuslvo s.mrj of ihe Besults? Tho report of the joint committee " to ? nvi < tif ? ? tb< * Hairs of the biete penitentiary," appointed at tho last session of the gcnc-al ?-?Hembly, has just beeu ifeutvl fiouj tho pre?a.:s, of tho 'State printer*, and le b?ilug seat to the members ol the general assembly, who arc asked to prcrr rve> tholr capias. Tho volume contatus 458 pages. Pre limlnary to the report of the com ml tue, which has already been pubnshed In The State, aud tho transcript of the voluminous testimony is a message from tho Governor transmitting the whole to tho general assembly. In this message the governor quotes tho rcBohitlou, all correspondence between his effloe and tho attorney general's ofllce. Then the message concludes thus : Tho whole matter was then placed outiroly ij the bauds of tho attoracj gonera!, with full power to act, and protect, as far as...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 20 December 1899

TiiiS A?V ?ltTlSElt, Subscription rrlcc?-itJ Months, Nl.r.O Payable Ja Advance. B. W?fclLL. Editor. Rate? for AdY?raHliiK.--Ordiaary Ad vertisements, Wh? square, ono inser tdon,$1.00; each subsequent Insertion, 60 cents. Llbejral reduction made for largo Advertisements. \V. W. Bali., Proprietor. ,-; LAU HENS, S. C, Dec., 20, 1800. At Home and Abroad. : Tho attention of the Western world is centered on Southern Africa, where our British eousiu?' aro measuring Bwords with the Boors. Both parties havo sulTercd greatly and r.s yet no doci8ivo engagement has happened.? Tho British have suflored most, the slight advantage being with tho Boors. When the wars aro on in Eu rope, as a rulo, the educated, the rich and leading young men, the emperor, the King, their sons and t' eir cousins are at tho "forefront" of the tight. It li never and never has boon tho rich man's wt v and the poor man's light.? As a consequence, Beigravin, the fashionable quarter in London is In mourn lug for sons and r...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 20 December 1899

Landmark Gone. On la?t Thursday morning Mr. Reu 1 en (laines, one of the oldest and most widely known citizens of this section, died at his home In Oothcaloga valley. For some months Mr. Gaines' health had been failing and for tho pa?t four weeks the end was thought to ho near, tbOUgh he seemed tobesomo hotter ou Wednesday, and ate a hearty supper, tnklnc too, his midnight luneh, as had boon his custom during his illness. Mr. dairies was in many rosnocts a remarkable men. IIo was onn of tho sturdy pioneer types now almost ex tinct fn North Georgia. Mr. Guinea was born in Laurens Dls trlet, S. C, August 4tb, 1815, and bo ean life on tho farm, a businoss ho fol lowed all his long life, and in which be was eminently successful. When 22 years of age ho married MIsb Elizabeth Walker? This occurred January 12, 1886, and during tho eamo year ho moved to Georgia, locating on the farm Dear Adairsvlllo. Mr. and Mrs. Gaines reared a family of eight children, live of whom are yet living. James ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 20 December 1899

THE FACTS AS TO SMALL FOX j OKSKUVATKONS OF AN EXPERT. Tin- Dreaded Disease Not Very I Hovero in Heeent Years?Tho Con llueiit Form is Not Common Now. As the question of smalluox is again demanding tho attention of tho health authorities and tho public generally we present a summary of a paper by "W. M. Welch, M. D., of tho Philadel phia municipal hospital (pest house), published In tho Philadelphia Medical Journal of Nov. 18. 180?. Two or throe years ago, says Dr. Welch, a mild t_, p.; of smallpox an peared in tho Southern States. While the disease was recognized as Infec tious, its diagnosis was rondorod d Ill cult in part by reason of tho unusual mildness of its symptoms and also be cause o( tho inexperience of tho younger generation of physicians in dealing with smallpox. The mild typo of tho affection lias been ascribed to its supposed Introduction from the tropics, hut this Is qui-siionr.'lo. In an experience of 2b yet?rs of hospital work, which iiiclud? s over 6,600 oasos of s...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 December 1899

LAURENS S. C, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1899. VOL. XV. NO. 13. kCVAL powder ^ Absolutely pure Mokes tho food more delicious and wholesome _ BOYAl (1AKIHO POtVOFR CO., KFW ?/ORK._ SANTA CLAUS AT GR? RANCH A STORY FOli Oll MST MAS. "A thousand pardons, hut could Iho Sonor tho change give for two gold pieces i r $20?" .limn Wells jerked his newly-urged horses ion staudstill and glared his an oo)'aucc at ihe heavily boarded Mex ican who, wilh (hdVed sombrero, h ad suddenly confronted him at a point where the Mi llimlvillo road extricated Itself from ihe scattered jacals of Mc Kavelt nnd headed out for the opou prairie. It was early morning of tho 24th of December, 1895. Wells had freshly risen from an unappetizing and indigestible breakfast of grease-sodden tortillas aud rancid bacon; had quarrel ed wilh the hotel keeper over his ex tortionate charges for the last night's lodging: was hungry; anurv with the sharp sleet that came drifting against Iii* fact Irom tho northeast; angry wilh th...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 December 1899

THE ADVERTISER. Hubscription l'rIcc-12 Honlhs, *1 ..">0 Payable in Adtunec. ~ir.~W.llAi '? Bditor. Haies lor Advertising. Ordinary Ad vertisements, per Bquaro, one inser tion, $1.00;each subsetuient insertion, 50 cents. Liberal reduction made for largo Advertisements. W. W. B.M.I.. Proprietor. *Ta?1u~~~~T~S~M'., 're., J7. 1S!M?. At Home and Abroad. The British and the Boers are statu quo?both having a hard time, t?ogland Is arousing horsolf?tlio Brit' b)h Lion roaring. The old jingo cry is i ronewed ?"we have the men, w?' have the ships, wo have the money and by jingo we'll fight." But Britain Iihs . caught a Turtar. Both parties kept truco and no lighting on Christmas [ Day. At tho Phillpluefl there i.i bOine ac tivity, but there Is no Filipino organi zation and there will be no more en gagements of the dignity of a slfirtnish. Otis can expend hi> tuleut in meeting gurllla bauds. Congress recessed until Wednesday next, nft-ev the House voted ufllruia tively on the gold standa...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 December 1899

a Itappy Now Year to air i utorlaiuiueul. There will l>o mi ontertaiuuient given at Highland Homo Church on the evening of 11??- '^7tl lust at S o'clock, for tho pur poso of gcouriug a library for tho voting people of the church, IUl?s Sara Knight, who has recontlv ro turned from Kuropo. Iiaa oonsonted losing at theculortainmout, and a treat i? in itor? for lovers of good music, an?! Hon 0. it. Wallace will doll vor an address on thai occasion. Mlsa N.i.k,a aud Mr. His <?( Laurons, wiii also take part la the entertalumont. i Admission 26 cents. 't ou run beliovo what we say about i our .Stoves. If you are still in doubt ' abo t tj'c:,- '-coking qualities, spend I one day in oui stores and hear what j those that arc using theiu have to say i about t belli, S M. & I). H. Wilkes & Co The Misses Martin, student.-: of Limestone ! ouinlo College and cousins ot Mrs. J. i>. Boyd's, spent Tuesday Bight at Mr. Boyd's on their way home They are daughters of Mr. And.si Martin,o...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 December 1899

MAY DAY AT ANDERSON IN'65 A TIIUK 8TOKY OF Tin: WAR. How an Up-Cnimiry Town in 8011th Carolina Wiw Balded by a Drunken General and Hin Horde of li.11 barlaiiH. Charleston Sunday News. lu the town of A-, iltuatod Id upper Smith Carolina, an old gentle man. blH wife, two daughters and a uon had taken refuge during the war. They resided in rooms of an old hotel, comparatively comfortably situated to iiiiuiv who had also it pleasant and luXUrlOU? bomaSi On the lirst day of M iv, 1805 the/ wf?ro pondering tin question of provisions?one of urea* consideration In those days of Boarolty. The larder boasted of a llttlo II >ur, small quantity of grist and a well stripped ham bone, and (tho great treat then, fom?" sorghum, An alarm bad rv i-n sound.d th 1 Voolng bf*foro, " Ph Yankees will probably roach \-to morrow to raid t> e town !" O uour?< it wan Illegal, p 1 ce bavlug o, en de (land, and weOUgbttO bBVU been frei from a1 y mul ? t ?? Ion of enemies, S ile one of the ladt ( t stat...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 January 1900

Mokes tlie food more delicious and wholesome 'NO ??O.VltB CV. KfW TlHK. GE?, JA* KMON'S LAST DISPA'I<SM A K^?^Pt"' ??nlederaUJ Ucnrrnl Worth lifri,f;>^-?U? Verbal Ortlcr cm ? h- Kield. Mr A. E Morrison, o( 1.?Osburg. V? , has left wlt*i the Mercantile T u?t company (if IK timore (or ?afe-keep n* the last dlsoa'- h written by Stonewn I Jack?oo. Tho dispa'ch wns directed to Gen. L ^ and was writton at 3 o'clock on ?V? afternoon of May 2 18?3. Ofu Jackson * billed about 7 o'clock he fi do tiny. Yho dispatch wttM lostrti'tt ii to Mr Morrison for de livery, bot r. vnr reached its dc?tna tion an tho I" !irrr wns wounded in hi* efforts to "< i through the lines nod wit unf?bl" tn proceed or to turn tho dispatch ov-^r lo anetber courier. Mr. Morrison ha* since koot tho papor, which t ? pr i- s >? 1 ?r hl v na beiDp perhaps the last action uf tho famous Confeder ate general Tho ("mpatch roads as follows : Near Six Miles V\Vft Chancellors Tille, 2 p. m., May 2, 'oil General : The ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 January 1900

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription Pi Ice--12 Months, $1.50 Payable In Advance. II. >Y. BALI,, Killtor. for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad VertHeniente, per square, on*1! inser tion ,?K00>C ach subsequent iubcrtion, 50 yents'.v Liberal reduction mado for largo Advertisements. W. \V. Bai t., Proprietor. At Home and Abroad. It is claimed at Washington that j things aro quieting i? tho Philippines. The Baitish und the Huers aro peck ing off for tho proscnt. Roller has been superseded by (Jon. Roberts.com monly culled (Jen. "Hobs" and "light ing Robs" and wo nmy look for hot work at or.ee. It is summer time down in South Africa, tho morcury ut 102 and Englishmen, Scotchmen and Irishmen uro likely to push the light Under such condition?. The English seized twenty thousand barrels of Hour on tho African coast belonging to Yankee merchants on ita wuy to the Poors. A small affair for our Yankee brethren, but they will whistle ninny tunes before John Hull settles. Ex-Governor Hogg, of Texas, bud B...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 January 1900

IN ME3 OKI AM. WllBRBAB, it has deased an allwiso Providonce to rjtncrd from his field of nsefulneSP, :i worthy 15r ther < f ? ur no ble OrdeY?Bro. J . t 8IMT80N ; and, WuBRBAS, wo recognize in our depar ted Brother a mar. endowed with sterl ing and noblo qualities, who ever up ho'?l the high oharaaer and dignity of our Order. Therefore ho it? Resolved, That In the death of our wor thy Brother( the State bus lost a good cltl zcn,our Ordor a true ;ui<i worthy knusht, and his family and friends agreat and Ir reparable loss. De it further Resolved, That a copy of these Resolu tions ho sent to the family of our deceased Brother, with the earnest fxpresslon of condolence from the i/i<lgo.nuti the county papers bo requested to publish those pro ceeding in their respective issues. 0. w. TUNE, T. N. BARKSDALE, R. L. MIL AM, Committee. Dec. 14, IS'.iO. KJ^T" For BALE! A now twenty horse power engine and new DeLoaon grist mill on easy terms at Harris Springs. Also a lot of shafting a...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 January 1900

HOW MOODY MET SANK ICY. j A SrUllY OF (IKDAT INTEREST. The OlroiiinstanocH Undor Which tho KoiiowihmI KvangcllstH Came Together in 187o. Apropos of tho recent death of the noted evangelist, Uov. Dwight L. Moody, at hid homo in Northlield, Ma s . many of our readers may bo in terested in knowing the circumstances under which Mr. Moody lirst became acquainted with the colchrated singer of "Gospel Songs," Kov. Ira D. San key, who subsequently became associated with him in his life's work. In the Philadelphia Press Charles Iv Oor worth writes of the meeting thus : In the year 1S70, two young men journeyed to Indianapolis, Ind., to at tend t1 o International convention of the Young Mou'e Christian Associa tion. The one was Dwight L. Moody, who cumo from Chicago, HI., and tho other was Ira I). Sankoy, whose homo was at New Castle, Pa. They had heard of eaob other, but had never met. Moody had already gain ed some reputation as a speaker, and Sankey for his ability to win bouIs by his sing...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 17 January 1900

LAURENS S. C, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1900. NO. 16. IN A SINGLE NIGHT. The Terrible Trial of a Young Wife I,eft on Guard. " What a beautiful young woman ! And yet her hair ib white ad snow." "And hi r complexion fresh as is h chilli' Strange, la it cot v" Thus spoke two h ungers on a hotel porch. Hut they did not know the his torv of that snowy hair. From tho time Harry Wells fell ;i lovo with Mamlo Clausen at church social? until the marriage in the F is. Frobbytcrian ch.ureb, tho entire com raunity gave minute consideration u to~.ir alTalrd. Mamie's father, John Clauson, was a prominent OOOQiniSSiou morchant in a Pennsylvania town, goneraliy considered wealthy, and a< ways lived like u man of means Mamie waa pretty, dashing, a local bollo, and a general favorite. Harry's family lived a few mi lea from town, nd thoy, too, wero people ol reputa tion in the county. The marriage in every way a suitable ono Ilarry was idueatod at Prlncotin, and although he had atone time the reputati...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 17 January 1900

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription k'ric?>.-l'2 Mouths, $1.60 Payable in Advance. it. ?'. BALL, Editor. Kate? for Advertising. -Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one inser tion, $1.0U;eaci! subsequentiiibcrtion, SO cents. Liberal reduction made for large Advertisements. W. \v. Hai l, Proprietor. BAUSENS, S. C, Jou., 17, 1000 OUR LEGISLATURE. Both Houses show inclination for work. A resolution went whizzing through the House to investigate the Dispensary?the .Senate higgled at it ?roferrcd it and it is pending. Mr Simkins has a bill to remedy an irre gularity OS to Grand Jurors in this county, it will be law in a few du\s. Associate Justice Eugene Gary has been re-olected to serve for eight years from next July, when his present term expires. Mr. Gray don, of Abbeville, introduced in tho House a Joint Re solution to investigate Fertilizer Trusts, and to report If the Virginia Cemicnl Co. had violated the. anti Trust law of this State. About the re commendations of the Governor to di...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 17 January 1900

Mis. Kato Bobo Married to Joroiao Uafntey. Mr. Jorome GatTnoy and Miss Kato Uobo were married yesterday after noon at tho Methodist parsonage on North Church streot, by the Kov. M. b. Carlisle. The bride is the popular ami accom plished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bobo, and in tho past was engaged in the Southern Boll Telephone Ex change. She la a favorite in tho city. Mr. GutTuoy is one of Undo Sum's letter curriers. Ho is a young gentle man of much talent and ability. Hundreds of friends of the contract ing parties wish for thorn all happi ness and success in lifo.?Spartanburg Herald. Miss Bobo formerly bred In this city and has numerous frionds here who wish bc.r all happiuoss. Remember 1 sell tho very best grades of Guano. Acid and Cotton Seed Meal at Laurons, Maddens, High Point and Harksdalo. J. II. Sullivan. NOTICE. FOR 8ALK?Desirable residence and lot on Main Street, in tho city of Lau ren-, S. C. ' Terms easy. Apply to JNO. A. BAHKSDAIjK, At National Hank. Listen to the ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 17 January 1900

THIS UBD? PAID AT LABT. How M iney Wm Collected After Many Year* and Under t^ucer Cir cumetance** During the occupation of No? Or leans by tbo Federal*," said aa old citizen to a roporter of the Times Democrat, I mado the a quaintance of a very agreeable M^'sacnusetts man who was not In the army, but who was an intimate friend of ?Jon. Butler. Oao day he hunted mo up and asked without much preface, for a loan of $?O0. I couldn't well spare tho mouey, but through motives of policy, 1 lot blm have it. Ho went away, promis ing to return the amount wltnln a cer tain tlmo, and, as I antlduatod, 1 heard nothing further from hi n. No /, under ordinary circumstances," con tinued the old clt'z in, " $000 was i ot a Bum I was apt to forget, tut I had re garded the loan as lost from the out net, and In the troublous times that followed the Incident passed out of my mind. "For ovor ad^zon yoara I don't h" lleve I ovor re ailed It once. In 18".8 or thereabout?1 lorgot the exact date ?I had occus...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 24 January 1900

>v mf^mj Powder Absolutely 'Pure Makes the food more delicious and wholesome isn pOAiirR co.i nrv IT IS AI,!, 1 ST Till? SAME. DIFFKlttiNT NAM KS KOK BT HAL ING. Hill Arp Write-i a Chapter on tho Prevailing Hill < 1 the MllOti Olltll Century?The Onrkey'n Plira on iho Score 01 KoraKiiiK I iiuv? always contended thai steal ing little thinga waa tho besetting Bin of the negro and wan a ra'io trait. And that cheating in a trade was a race trait in Ji w? and Umitllca. Wo w hite foiko do i ot call it cheating, but ?ay ho gol tho advantage or ho got the beet of the bargain, but this advantage is generally got by deception or u oup pressiou uf tho truth. Tho negro b moot be his sin over by calling it tak ing things? just as our cook onco said to me when I complained about her Stealing lard and ll-.ur ard rice und Buch things : " Mr. Major, 1 don't think you miss what I takes." Well, J dldnt very much, for *t>o novot took much ut a lime, but it annoyed mo for her to think sho was fu...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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