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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 13 June 1900

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription Price 12 Mouths, $1.50 I'aynblo Iu Advance. H. ?. ?Ahl., rhlitor. Hales fur Advertising. -Orelinary Ad vertisements, nor square, one msor tion,91.00;oaon subsequent lusortion, f)U cents. Liberal reduction made for large Advertisements. W. VV. Hail, I'roprlotor. LAU KENS, 8. Om JUNK . 1000. At lloiue and Abroad. Our lust week's analysis of the situa tion abroad remains about the same. The British have entered Pretoria and that trouble is about over. The l?ng lishers went da't and made idiots ul themselves at the news But men. much less peoples, are not wise ai d dignified at all times. Jupiter seine tlmos nods. The wisest of us loose our dignity and Hing upourbatsat a lessor than Paul. And hence Shakespeare ? "What tools we mortals bo!" The "Boxers" or ruling element in Ohmn, resent tho onoroaehmenta of Foreigners and commit murders ami break the peace. Congress adjourned hist Thursday according to the program. The past throe months in both houses of Con ...

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 June 1900

Oov'i MoSwoonoy, Adjutant Oon. Floyd and others of a committee, i???turninj.' from Loulsvillo, "(sited the Chlcuinuuga battlo-flold and fleeted Snodgrass 11111 as the s|M>t for the South Carolina monument provided for by the last Log islal uro. That whloh COSts little trouble Is rarely appreciated. The great rains make a hi ickbcrry crop a sure thing. It is the most valuable of all Southern fruit- ami the South has a monopoly of it as she has of cotton. Good house keepers rill see to it* that the crop Is saved in one or another form. (Japt. James Kodgers, of Ninety six, served on the staff of Cien. John Morgan during the war and at its close settled 111 this State. At the Lou isville Re-union he had a tremendous ovation, the KentUokiaos giving him a royal reception making him 'he hero of the hour as he was of the war. Dr. Manning Edwards, of Dials, dropped In on us to have us say in THE AKVKUTiSEit that he is the Identical ?\M. Edwards" gazetted as a candi date for Coroner and wo...

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 June 1900

BENTLLTY3 TEM. mm. 8L, OPY?IGHT, i!E CENT?BV CCLJ I was at work In my littlo don at Tho Evoning Appeal oflloo. Tho paper had Just gone t? press, but I was hurrying to finish before going homo u "spociul" for tho uoxt (lay's issue. Through my open door I conld seo the dingy dosks of tho so railed cdi torial room, must of thorn vacated now, pud from tin; farthest comer came tho flrono of a proofreader. Glancing at Ibis familiar sccuo, I Btoppcd my writ lug a moment as my uy< ? rested on his copyholder. Instead of the rough young hobbledehoy who usually Oiled that placo, there sat tho most young girlliko of young girls, making a sunshine in the grimy pluce. six- had soft liudit brown hair drawn smoothly back into jthedeccntest of little knots She turned [toward mo tho neatest of tittle profiles, and sho devoted horself to her eopy with the gentlest bond of her huh II head. Just us 1 was idly recalling Hie fact tiiat old Martin, the pt oof reader, had ouee confided to mo his desire t...

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. — 4 July 1900

By OPIE READ. (Copyright. 1801). by Oplo Read.] Broom berry wuh on his way down town, Intending to got off at the Van jUurcn ?truut Station. Just before reach ing tliat point an acquaintance sat down beside him ami began to tulk ubotit a murder that had been commit ted just a year before on tho North Side, Chicago. Being u city ball man, Brooniberry 's acquaintance know a great deal about the murder. Ho know old Kloptock. tho victim, and in an ex ceedingly discreet and sunken voiced manner ho intimated to Broomberry that he bad a pretty shrewd idea as to who committed the deed. By this time tho train had passed the Van Bureu street etatiou?was just pulling out, in fact?und Broomberry, determined not to miss an appointment, jumped off tho train. Ho looked at his watch it minute inter nnd found that in jumping olY ho had broken the crystal. He kept Iiis appointment and then stepped into a jeweler's to got a now crystal. "Where did you got it?" tho joweler asked when, after completing ...

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. — 4 July 1900

iTISElt. Months, $1,50 Fl vanec. I, Editor. -Ordinury Ad quaro, one msor itlbscquont Insertion, liberal reduction made fertisements. w. W. Ball, Proprietor. |s. C, JULY 4, 1000. \i-= and t he Trouble. Nim'.Ii China is so con impossiblo to guess the here has doubtless boon ood shed and ant I pat liy DD ei Western foreigners thi s at t he hot loin of t lie I tho problem of compos lc will he another gordiou world's diplomacy. Nu Iinetiiive, as individuals ? lud's civilization?and ni 1111is111, Socialism, nor |>op' ished by the hungry, ex tern/ nui'tonalities. Should lldca dominate that the ; pahle of maintaining irnmont, ami the I'owors tart it ion oil t the Ollipl re. i- not an easy one and may come and the Wost Ihr Invol vod in w ar for a dan oxistcd lor forty eon ili -teil by Western int rn itenco was scarcoly known ail this time Western gasten, never had a day ol drcd years ago Marco Polo, roiictlan gentleman, passed ifslll. Tidbit and on lot 'hin;:, 'ceivod, given high omploy '...

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. — 4 July 1900

I'll If I tho Score. t ol. McOra/y !Hed his pledge und pniii in- assessmentas n candidate for Sheriff, Sou 1 h C'aroltun College. Tin cutaloguo ?>f this vonorablo ln Uion for 1800 shows it in u splendid und successful career. Tho session boglns Wednesday. Sop :?. IU00. Address President P. <? Woodward, Columbia, s. C.. for Catalogue. l.'rccuwood and die VotoraiiK. The voung city of Gr eon wood is inuk preparation for the entertainment , c old soldiers at tho state Re-un ion ,\u?rusl 1st am) 2nd. It will he rc illcd ait the Chester Re-union last was in tho act of adjourning! and Greenwood in her modesty held hack ;. nvitatioii until no other town in ? hi State had spoken h - -i Hue trolley ride to beautiful t corn Park on tho Cooper River? eai entertainment there every luy. Go to Charleston on the nth. Mugnolln Cemetery, one of the most ! . itiful -pot- on earth In Charleston, ' .;, iTth, excursion. ?i . Maid v. .1p., home from Ihc College of < hurleston, where he p i ihu -i...

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. — 4 July 1900

RAINS. Imrt, Fltain an?1 too I (qiuou HnUl. cht, genial sunny j Juivo had in three 1 Hy one days It has I [e*v,o ono. The crops 10 ooro and cotton 1 grass and weeds, and i (or the negroes uro | ' mines. Most of the | j cut, but how much of Lit < AD not yet be told | Collection of ttfty years I ' to uiuob rain In harvest I jpg to Soripture, it seems ! [j old utory, for Solomon in harvest so is honor (a fool." They had too I too many fools then just Maybe Providence Heeds ?y tbu farmers?to make t and shifty. I traveled and Went railroad last xty miles and 1 notud [hat were clean and nice? : cotton ohoppod out and fiockcd In the Held : one of ' eil to a svidow, and she and tri? and one boy wore juut e cotton. Markhain dldcnt ling about the woman with I- i ;i' ?gl rls, but unu of these I irry enough to waive her ? liel-ody on the train besides [ /?ri.iers sit down and wait .i)Vt>i sun to dry oil the Jthut tomorrow's sun dldcnt J so they wait till next day. iu in at every chance an...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 11 July 1900

BRYAN AND STKVKNSON. THK DUMOORAHO NOMINKK8. The Convent Ion 1'ut forward Two KtroitK Cuniiiiinii"! anil a Moat Vig orous Flat form. The Democratic convention mot in Kunaaa City on July I'm and v.u. culled to order by Senator .limes K. Jonoa, of Arkansas, chairman of the national committee. Con^rcn-man .lainea I). Klchurdaon, of Tennessee, waa perma nent chairman. The Doclaration of Indepoudonco wua read amid great I enthusiasm. On Thursday, William Jennings Hryan was nominated by acclamation for president and the next day, Adlai K. StovonBon, of Illinois, vice prosident under Cleveland, was unanimously nominated for vice president. Tho platform was read by Senator Tlllman for the committee und is at follows : Wo, tho representatives of tho Dem* ocratlc party of tho United titates, as sembled in natloual oonvontion, od tho anniversary of the adoption of tho Dec laration of Indepedence. do re-aQlrm our faith In that immortal proclamation of tho inallable rights of man and our allegia...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 11 July 1900

THE ADVERTISER, ^Subscription Prke-ia Months, $1.(0 Payable in Advance. u. w. ball, Editor. Kates for Advertising.? Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one inser tion, $1.00; euch subsequent insertion, 50 conts. liberal reduction made for largo Advertisements. w. \v. Ball, Proprietor. LAUBENS. H. C, JULY 11, 1000. The Democratic Convention. Caezar: "The ides of March are come. Soothsayer: Aye, Caezar, but not gone." The Kansas City Convention is hi to?y It was done a- the rest, with much conference, much log-rolling much elooutlonislng, overwhelming en thusiasm. It was so at Philadelphia - it was ever thus. There is nothing like a noise?half the world is fooled by it The sinn: I toy whistles us he passes the grave yard to keep up his couruge. After the hurrah, the leaders put on their study ing caps and do the brain work to win, The result U Bryan, the expected, and Stevenson, who's a sur vival (.f Cleveland, and who had not boon considered. Tho el*!o0C men in the Democratic organ...

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. — 11 July 1900

Vegetable Farm Wo suw a barrel <>f very beautiful silver skin onions at a popular (iroros on Saturday, and Inquiry developed that Mr. Timmons of Gray Court raised them. His orop this year consists of 2 )() bltshols from 2 acre's (half crop) and ho sells at $1.00 por bushel, at Grcem vilh' and Laurons, Mr. Timmonu sold also Tomuttoea on Saturday. Do your own reflecting. A Scholarship Offered. free tuition for one girl in each OOUnty has been given by t'onverse College to the State federation of Woman's Clubs, The scholarships will be awarded by the federation to the girl from each county who stands the best competitive examination. The 0X umh.utlon will bo held on tho first of August. A CARD. My many friends aro frequently asking why 1 am not canvassing in tho interest of my rnee for tho Sherli's of fice I take this method of suylng to the people of I.aureus county that on account of serious sickness In my family for the lust two months, I have not been able to leave home, but ...

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. — 11 July 1900

*BET01 TIIE I'M j By RU?YAKD KIPLING. Love heeds not custo nur Mlecp n broken bod. . I went in MAreta of love und lost mysolf.?Hin too Proverb. A in.in should, whatever happens, keep to his own caste, race and breed. Let the whlto go to the white ami the black j to the black. Then whatever trouble falls is In the ordinary courso of things \ ?neither sudden, alien nor unexpected. J Thin is the story of a man who will felly stepped beyond tho safo limits of decent everyday society and paid for it heavily. Ho km", too much in the first in stance, and be saw too much in tho second. He took tun deep an inten Bt in Dative life. But will never do so ?gain. Deep away in the heart .if the city, behind Jitha Megji's busteo, In s Amir Ruth's gully, whil h ends in a dead wall pierced by one grtited window. At the head of the gully is a big cowbyro, end the WUllson eitler Bide of the gully uro without windows. Neither Suchet), Singh nor Gaur Chand approves of hiy? women folk looking into the wor...

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. — 8 August 1900

?mvtimv LAURENS S. C, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1900. GARY AND PATTERSON FIGHT IW.OWS HIT AT liAllltKN?. Two OMiiiintatL'ti Kor Governor Ifiii )',hk'> I" a FiHilcuU on the Stand. L'i ioo News und Courier, Auguut Kohn write? of tho cannml^n meeting at Laurorm on Saturday : Tho ci-eivt e?ucatlouul campaign ovolved Into a slugging match today. It wan BOtuewhat tho unexpected which happened. Prank Li. Gary und A. Linw ard i'aitertton had a nun: h and lumhle tight before a thousand I. *?11?. > people, men and women. They fought with ilea peration and determination until Jim Tillman and others separated them, and then they wanted to got tmck at each other, Had the acckiunt occurred years ago in this county, when ttiere weroa cartload of platols a'.a mooting, there would have been (uucralu tioro to morrow, but now nil tbo feoiing aeoraa to bo botwoon the candidates. Today the roHull waa two budly hruiaed fucoa and emphaaia on the 8 yle of campaign ing going on, and If uthura allowed toe 8...

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. — 8 August 1900

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription L>rlce-?12 Mouths. $1.50 Payable in Advance. B. W. ?ALL, Kditor. ltatcs for Advertising. - -Ordinary Ad vertisements, nor square, ono inser t'oi,$ 1.00; each subsequent insertion, f>0 cents Liberal reduction made for large Advertisements. w. \v. Ball, Proprietor. LAUKLXS. S. ('., Al t;. S, 11)00. Tho Democratic party in the United Stales for a hundred years has been supported by the whiskey men 1 'readi er.*, teachers, hunkers, lawyers, land* lords, laborers nnd bar-ki cpors voted tho democratic ticket. Then fore an unholy alliance _ existed botwion preachers ai d liquor. "That which you liax o not lo?t you hav? : h?rnt? you have not lost, therefore "you have hcres?" Proposition 1 tiiat tho democratic party has 1 et n the whiskey party, mind you, docs not Imply that it has not been tho party of honesty, of economical coverniuent, of low taxes, of homo rule, of a low turilT, o' equal rights for all and special privileges for rone. The millions of de...

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. — 8 August 1900

n. OU oih icct u nice Oak Kasel for 44 coots ut s. M. vV 13. II. WilkOM & ( o. 'I hero will ho a rounion of old "vets" at Unlotl Church on the tlth iii.-tnnt utul a good time awaits all who attend. 'I h ? Ladies Aid Society of the church will furnish refreshments for *he 00 casino. One <?f the candidates for Lieutenant Governor did us tho honor to say that Lauren- Is a lighting county. He hadn't counted on -cruppers being Imported. Von have boon wanting a book shelf or something to put your books in and your attention is called to No. IM in Oak. t Inly sf.'?.7.>. :-'.' M. a B. II. Wilkes & Co. A big picnic will take plaoo at Wham's Lawn on Friday. August the lent'.: Hon. Statlvarne Wilson. Hon. J. T. Johnson and Other candidates will speak At Lar Eton's Church the 14th, the county campaign opens and young politicians will fiesll their maiden Bwords. May the best of the gooil fellows win. A wreck occurred on the 0. ?V W. 0. about two miles from Laurens Monday morning, t...

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. — 8 August 1900

v~- ? )^-->^^ N rllBB W1BKOIIA8H rpujM ^Kia lMillo?tiplier VIhMh a 1 11 1.4 .Mi-1,j,.,,,,.,,! RI,,i KnjnyM 111 ilk It lit good for a mau tu travol and study geography without a book. 1 am down hero in the wlrograss talking to tho people living along tho lino from Cordelo to Savannah. This Is a uew road tu mo. it is only ton years old and is callud tho "SAM" road. Tho Seaboard has got It now. Sal Im bought Sam and is running him. If railroads have sex the feminine in ahead. Some mighty big things arc feminine. Ships aro called she, but that they uay it) because tho rigging costs more than tho hull. An old man showed me tho spot at Mt. Vornon where tlio old log schooi housu stood in which my fathor tuught school uomo eighty yours ago. Father used to tell ua Iiis varied experience there. How houio had hoy.-, bad ran throe toachors olT in auecoaalon and broke up the acuoola and bow roluet antly he undertook tho work of reform ing them, lie had about sixty BObolars, boys and girl-, an...

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. — 15 August 1900

BRYAN AND STRVKNSON. THK FORMAL NOTIFICATION. Tho Democratic Leatlrr i'utH Impo rtaliaiu to the Front. Indianapolis, ind , Aug. 8,?wil? Ii him j. Uryun und Adlal K. Stevenson wore formally notified this afternoon of tholr noirloatloi t>y tho Dotnocatlc party for presldeut and vloo president resnoctlvoly. Military park, where tho exerciser woro hold was a seething mass of hu manity, 26,000 people crowding into tho opon spueo to hour the notification and acceptance upeeobes. Tho groutost onthuslauin prevailed deuplto tho hot weather, und tho lead* orH of tho party woro given u magnltt oout reception. Mr. llryan spoke on tho (jucBtlou of luiporiallam, entirely iynorintj Bllvor, trusts an? other i ?? ? n.of the campaign. Thin fuot was the sensational feature of tho day. Mr. Stevenson covered tho several Issues, but made scunt reference to Hllvor, Clinli m i hi: his ??oiimks on the sub ject to tho stutomont that the party had roallirined tho demand for bimet allism. lion. Wm. J, lirya...

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. — 15 August 1900

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription Price-12 Months, XI.."?0 Payable in Advance. B. >V. HALL, Editor. Kates for Advertising.?Ordinary A<i Vertlsomunts, per squaro, onn inser tion, t 1.00; each subsequent insertion, 50 cents Liboral reduction made for large Advertisements. w. \v. ball, Prooriotor. LAl/HKNS, S. ('., At tJ. 15, 1 f?4???. Count) It'anvass. The formal county campaign oponod at. Langston's church on yostorday. it is too lato for us to give the platforms of tho different candidates, but our re porter will furnish a full out-line for our next Issue und our roadors will know where each nuui "is al." Of course eaeh candidate " ill he for eeon omv in all rospocts, bettor educational facilities, hotter roads and the "best solution." As u matter of fact we ex pect the several candidates to touch elbows and stand very well together upon all quest ions. in determining who to vote for personal quuMficutions will largelv control. Tiny are a pa triotic sot of gentlemen having each and...

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. — 15 August 1900

Mr. in.. K. Moore, a good cltlzon of Wultorloo township, died at his home, the Kith hist, aiul on tho following day If ihi furncral and lutorinont took placo MtIMousantof iwhich church ho had been u member for51 years. Ho was ? yours old and leaves u large eonnoe ' among whom are some of the first citizens in thy county . ? ? Dean u negro youth, pretty well P ??? ?JL?UUWthorltlea was arrested JV^fi*/ Police ohloer Bold, last Th?rs *Wly night, charged with attempting to burglurizc ihe store of Davis, Roper & Co., the same night, He < nlerod by way of a rear window, but was fright* oiuhI from tho building by the timely approach ol u oltlzon who rocognlzod him a- Deuu a- lie was scampering a way. Wo havo roeiovod u letter from a fair holy w ritten in the interest of one of our candidates for a county oillce. The praise is no doubt just, but we are hound to deal fairly with all our candidates, it la our demooratlo house hold and TllK ADVERTISER cannot boost 0110 to the disadvanta...

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. — 15 August 1900

"TU BY SAY." Have von heurd of tlie .errible family "They.'' And tin- dro?dful, VOnOtnOUS things they say ? Why, half the ttossi[> undor the sun, IT you trace it J>ack, you will llnd begun In that wretched House of "They." A numerous family so I am told, And its gencologiral tree is old . Kor ever sinco Adam and Kvc began TO build us the curious race of man Has existed the House of "They." (?ossip mongers and aprcadors of lies, Horrid people whom all despise' And let the best of us now and then Hepoat queer talcs about women and men, And quota the House of "They . Thev live like lords and never labor. A "They's" one task is to watch bis neigh bor, And tell his business and private affairs To the world at large they are sowers of tares? These folks in tbc House of "They."' tt is wholly useless to follow a "Thev,'' With a whip or a gun for bo slips away And into a house, where you cannot go. It is locked and bolted and guarded so? This horrible House of " They." Though you canno...

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. — 22 August 1900

TO TII,I,MAN. DR. C. S. UAKDNKR HITS HACK. The QreenvUle Mlulster Answer? Hcun tor TlDmnit'a Speech Abutit IHtn. Dr. C. S. Gardner baa given the fol lowing to the press: I am very B?rry that imperative en gagements, formed long before Senator Ti 1!.n'.'t announced purpose to reply to my Hcrmon in Greenville, compelled me to be absent on the occasion of his speech there. Home of his remarks call for a reply, which 1 can make, though uot present, as I have a stenographic report of what ho satd. The Senator refers to mc as a man who went into the pulpit to make a po litical speech. That is something which I never did. 1 preached morality and rigkteousncBB, and I propose to continue in that business; and 1 have no idea of asking Senator Tilbnan to choose my thoincs for mc or to mark out for mo the limits of my ministerial functions 1 have a notion that I understand my business a little better than ho does Whenever it comes to the point that I cannot lift up my voice as a minister of tho...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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