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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 22 August 1900

TUE ADVERTISER. Subscription l?rico..ia Mouths, $1.80 I'uyablc in Advance. II. W. BALL, Edltor. Bates for Advertising. - Ordinary Ad vortisoments, per square, one inser tion, $1.00; each 8Ub80quont insertion, 50 cents Liberal reduotion made for largo Advertisements. W. W. ball, Proprietor. LAUKKNS. S. <*., ALU. 22, 1000. Some iteminisconces. In 1808, carpet-baggers, scalawags and negroes adopted a Yankee const itution lor South Carolina. (Tho South Carolinian despised everything Yan kee or akin to Now England ) They put into tho constitution tho New Eng land public school and u '2 mill tax. In to the law tho Township, typically down-east or Yankee. The peojde living under a degrading bryany ? known world-over us "The Prostrate State" called to their loader ship the strongest personality on the continent. Wade Hampton, who by tact and prudence ovoroume u tift.v thousand majority bucked by tho Unl ted states uriny and bristling bnyonots. In the canvas-, Hampton promised the negroes...

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. — 22 August 1900

Tho Aillcd Powers have Pokin, but it may prove an elephant. There is no telling what must happen in tiie near future There is but one tiling that seems settled as to the policy of this Government?China must not be par titioned. Postponed, The proposed mooting at Wood's Grovo, n tar Mt. Bethol, by Revs.Todd and Holmes is postponed. We make the announcement at the request of Messrs Jamoa Bramlett and Jerry Stone. \ Card from Col. Tlllmau. My attention has been called by several frietidi to a report that is being olroulatod In Laurons county to the offoot that at tli" I.aureus meet ing I hol I Mr. Patterson in order that Mr. Gary might strike him. The re por. Is i bsoiutoly untrue and and is so characterized by Mr. Tlilmao him if. I am a friend of both gentle men and did what I did to end an un fortunate quarrol. The only blow that passed after I caught Mr. Patterson Strut k me and not him. Very Respectfully, I ames M. TlLLMAN. .1. s. W?lls is superintending the brick word for i S. Blu...

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. — 22 August 1900

AKP ON OLU TIMES. 1'eopl? Beomctl Tu Ho Bot tor ion;; Yean Ak<>. Thought inovoB Bwlltly those days. How eager wo arc (or news. Two pa pers a day and tho ueoplo gather at tho poBt oltlco waiting for them. And whon it comoB it'u ail about war afar oft and crimo at homo. Murder, buI oido?, dlvorcca, outrages by nogroos, lynchlngs and tho Atlanta muddlo and Kentucky murdor thrown in as a Bide show. Somo of tho proachera are tak ing a hand in tho gonoral melee and are raising a rackot in tho mono of the Lord. How different la all this from the good old tltuos whon we got the mall only twice a week and were con tent to worship God on Sunday and work on week days and had timo to think and ponder and talk toour neigh bors. Whon two doctors wore enough for tho community and they had but a llttlo Bhop full of modlcino and there wero no drugstores and no patont medicines, and Jim Aloxander anu his brother, Tom, and Gib Wright and Adam Jones uud hiB brother, Krank, and 1, and some othor b...

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. — 29 August 1900

THK I,AST MEETING. CAMPAIGN OI/OSKD ATCOIAJMB1A Tli6 Cmitll?laten Held I'boir I'ieocN for the i..-.mi Time Before Kiociion Day. Hie State, Aug. 23rd. Tho stato campaign baa cloned. The laut mooting wuh held in this city ycH torday. There woro about f>uu people gathered around the utand at Hyatt I'ark. Tho place wad woll wooded aud comparatively cool. Thoro wad a con utant demand on the spring in tho hol low?tho dispensaries In tow., wore cloned. Tho cand(dated were all In good form, notwithstanding the terrible weather which has attended them the ladt fortnight and uotwithdtatiding the btraln upon the man physical, the man mental and the man moral, b'or it re quired dome S'jlf control for a candi date to know hid limit and to aay *' no" to hid many friends who want to ataud treat. Senator Tlllman was tho tirnt speak er. Hid child Id quite dick and he wanted to get to Trenton on the morn ing train. Ue made about the dame dpeoeh ad elsewhere lately. In answer to an article in The S...

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. — 29 August 1900

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription Price-12 Nonius, $1*60 buyable in Advance. 11. \\. BALL, Editor. Hates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, por square, ono inser tion, $1.00;each subscquent insertion, GO cents Llboral reduction made for large Advertisements. w. \v. Uai r.. i 'rouriotor. LAUUKNS. 8. C.i AC?. 20, 1000. Tilllliau and Uick80ll. Rev. V C. Illokson, a Baptist Minis* tor. of OnlTaoyi went down to Marion on Saturday and debated with Senator Tillman the liquor question. Tl Imaii presented his side llrst with calmness and force. Mr. Ilieksou ros|ionded with very great ability and in capital temper. Ilul tin- Sonutor had twenty minutes in reply and resorted to per sonal at tacl<-> upon various gontlomon. We quote from the S ato's report: Tillman as a parting-.hot .-.aid: ".I '". 11 em phi 11, of The Nows and Courlor, N. O. (ion/ales, of The state. J. C. Oar lington, of the Sparlanburg I lorald and A B. Williams, of the Groonvlilo News, have donoall III their pow? r to...

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. — 29 August 1900

Col. Shaw writes us a note to say that Hie report of his remarks at Clem ?mi College io The Advertiskr of last week. misrepresented him In that his language would not imply Igno rance and bigotry among the farmers We have no idea that the Col. meant to imply any more Ignorance among his class than any other olase of the community, But wo all understand that science oven can't teaoh agricul ture and hence we have to establish experiment station- make a thousand experiments and keep scientific and oxpert gentlemen on the ground to watch and publish rosults. If we wer. exempt from Ignorance these expen sive schools and stations would not be necessary. Acknowledgment of our Ignorance is the lirst step towards wis dom . The reporter inlaeaught and the word- ignorance and bigotry were not usi d in the sense and connection as re ported. Clinton Uazotte Clippings. Mr. Proctor Todd, a popular mo r chant of Nowborrv, died suddenly in that city Friday night, 17th inst., and was burled on Sunda...

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. — 29 August 1900

unnnttnn******* wri^; ^ other ? ; UraLaB donald. * ItJfII ^V'*'''^ llY noWARD FIEIiDrrJQ. Bm^Wf*" J ? * ' *&i' n l COPTIUOHT, I8W1 A4 tt tt ts ts tt tful* ****** The girl whom Douald loved laat year was christened Frances, aud he used to Cftll her Fanny. AIho, be addressed hfir by various endearing terms, but that It of no consequence. Such words ?Pfi.1: fello low may call a girl "sweetheart" as .the rosult of a habit of speech ac quired before ho knew her, and she cannot detect the crime, but If he per sists la calling fter "dearest Fanny" when her name la Helen Bhe will In dict him for perjury. It Is painful to speak evil of a froman, but candor compels the state ment that Fanny was a dressmaker's dummy animated by a soul that would have been considered mercenary In a pawnbroker. Donald could not per ceive it. Everybody else knesv that her desertion of him and her marriage (with a man old enough to bo her grandfather ought to have been pub lished by the press under the head of...

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. — 5 September 1900

VOL. XVJ. NO. 5. ss ? ? ss st; n The Prem u L For U Patchwr^ n h By Martha McCullutfm. CopvnionT, iwo i AIAKTUA McCl i.i ,, 8 ? 8 tt t? St kh A LLANI 1 sa>'> A1,ttQl Here's ww ?jL a row you have Just got to i V st ul>> -a woman's row at "that," the chief marshal said, plucking it the sleeve of Allan McNeal, prosit v >>' the Clay County Fair association. The president bcoWi ed and tried to shoulder him away. Nan Ware was waiting for him out In thu amphitheater. Naturally he was In a fever to get done with the abso lutely necessary routine affairs. "Come on! You must!" the marshal repeated. Allun made n feint of clinch ing his fists. "Go away, you nuisance!" he satd. "Taylor, you are a nuisance, tho very worst sort!" "I appeal to too president It Is my right. Under tho constitution und by laws"? a woman's voice said outside tho door. Taylor grinned. "I knew It was eoniln. Don't say 1 didn't tell you," he buM In a stage aside as two ?tout and very angry dames bulged s...

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. — 5 September 1900

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription Price*. 12 Months, $1.60 Payable in Advance. I?. W. BALL, Editor. Bates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, ohm inser tion, $1.00; ouch subsequent insertion, f>0 cents Liberal reduction made for large Advortiscmeuts. w. ?' . Ball, I 'roorietor. lau KENS. S.C., SWFi'757"nHJ?T" Eccentrlcltles of the Canvass. In Greenwood and Abbevillo tho race was so oven that no members of tho House were el. etcd in the tiret primary. Josh Ashley in Anderson held Democratic views and believes in local option and yet bo ran l'rinco to tho tips of Ins cyt lids, who Is a Dispen sary elect. Then again Cooper, of this county, squeezed in and he is a Demo crat and advocated local self govern ment. Johnson, an old antl, over whelmed Wilson for Congress and Wil son was Senator for Spartanburg and 1st Lieutenant of Till man for yearp. Spartanburg, Greenville and Anderson are one-fourth the Democratic party in this Slate, and Dean lor the Senate laid Donaldson...

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. — 5 September 1900

ItijirovciiienlH. Mi. <>. B.Simmons will this winter oarry n of gentlemen's clothing 1? tin- store which has been known us Simmons' Cash Store. A door has boon , botwoon his Btoro rooms throwing ? , two togothor, and bo is himself in N, w Vork where he will buy a hand SOiu( or line of dross goods than ho has over .-art icd. Miss Bortio .Jackson is also i'4 N'ow Vork buying the Pall Millinery. The Performance bast Night. Uovt'8 Comedy Co. held down the boards at the olty Opera House last This was the opening of the Zotige for the sea.-on of 1900*1901 and i l vii s Birthday was tho bill put 0Dl 'i'he audience was caught from the lirst and they continued to give one round of applause after another until the curtain dropped on the last net. All who missed the performance should feel disappointed. The Company will Rive another performance to night and an entire change of program. Everybody should turn out and see a ^ood show. Ailmission '25, :i5and 50 cts. Holl llrcakes the Record....

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. — 5 September 1900

BIIyT. ARP8 CONUNDRUMS UK ANBWKIW YliK SCHOOL Q1IIL9. UivM Hume IiitereHtinK Puzalee and Baya the Hem Tart of Parental I?i'*> !? to FleMA the Iilttto One*. Two Bchool girls duwn Id Alubama write to know wby It la tbat gecso will not eat corn when it is Btrowu around the circumference of a circle. They say tbat their presiding oldor couldont tell, and advised them to ask me. I ?uppoeod it was a conundrum, or tbat there was some catch In the question? a catch llkothoone, Wby will a guinea pig's eyes fall out If you hold It up by the tall V As the guinea pig has no tall, of courae, his eyos aro In no dang er. But a lady friend who rulses geeso assures me that she has often soon them tempted with corn or other grain Btrown thickly round a circle, and they will not venture near It; but If Beat or* ed, they will, after careful Inspection, approach and eat. Wbat the circle l as to do with It Is past my ken though wo do know that goeso march In straight llnoB and the wild goose lly In st...

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. — 12 September 1900

VOL. XVI. LAURENS S. C, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER in, 1Q0U. No ? 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 ~r\ f~j~\ R, CARLETON QAINES lias \\ II 11 vt'r-v na,i memory for (aces. \\// ills frlcuds complalu that hu \y/ passes them upon tho street J \_J LI without recognition, and, on the other hand, In attempt lug to avoid this error, he has (some times accosted strangers in circum stances thnt were extremely erubar rasslng. The young man has a cousin, Miss Jane Henicuwny, a tall, graceful girl, with a profusion of dark hair and pret ty brown eyes, which, however, one Is obliged to view volled by eyeglasses, for Jane Is somewhat nearsighted. She lives in Trenton, but often goes to New York shopping or visiting her ' many friends in that city. Thus it would not be surprising to meet her uuy day In the shopping district of New York. One may meet a great many pretty women lu that region, and It Is said that certain feeble minded creatures go there for that purpose. Surely a man must bo daft who would do It. for the sh...

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. — 12 September 1900

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription Prlce-ia Months, $1.50 Payable In Advance. U. W. HALL, Editor. 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. Hai..., Proprietor. LA LI UK NS, S.C., SKIT. 12, 11)00. Cakes and Ale. The unsophisticated country press comment freely upon Charleston sup porting McSweeney, a disponsarylte, oi the bout for Governor. Of course thoy mean the voters when they talk of "Charleston " Hut Charleston ought to feel greatly complimented upon this kind attention. Charleston's white population and democratic vote is pigmy compared to the greut demo cratic counties. Then Charleston didn't ?'scratch" Tillman. We thought at ttic time that the "scratching"' busi ness was a mistake. No Democrat would take up the glove und run against Tillman from tho mountains oven unto the sou. Every county and every mother's son of tho aspiring ?stalwarts In the St...

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. — 12 September 1900

The secretary of state granted a char ter to the Equitable Building and Loan Association of Surater, capitalized at $200,000. The officers of the company uro Marion Molso, president: William Graham, vice president: Bartow Walsh, secretary and treasurer, and It. () I'urdy. solicitor. And this reads like enterprise In a town of no great dimensions, hut cer tainly "no mean city." Miss Lona Ttllman stopped over in Klberton Tuesday, the truest of Miss Dorothy Shannon. She was on her way to Winder where she jroes to teach u music class. Miss Tillman Is a daugh ter of the brainy and fearless senior senator from South Carolina, ami a grand daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Sam C. Starke, of this county?Giber ton, (Ga.. I star. The friends of Mr. John G. Simpson will regret to hear that ho has resigned his posit ion at Clemson College. I To is a son of Col. lt. W. Simpson, of Pen dloton, and graduated in the llrst class from Clemson the class of'08. He was then called to the well-known Miller School ...

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. — 12 September 1900

A MODEL PLANTATION. i'rom The Cotton Plant. The following article appeared In the Charleston Sunday New? of Ihc 20th inst., and we arc cortatu thai the readers ofTiiK COTTON PLANT will enjoy this description of a model plan tation in South Carollua. The writer enjoyed the privilege not long ago of driving through this Splendid estate and looking upon the extensive fields of corn aud cotton, which stretched away on all sides almost as far us the eye could reach. It was an enchant ing sight, und although ii was merely a passing ride through the plantation, with a brief hall at the hospitable home of the manager, Mr. K. M. Lide, it was the realization of a desire long felt to look upon Douoho, which has been the pel and pride of our venerable friend, Chancellor .Johnson, for so many years. Ho has created a model, comely plantation from an undesirable tract of hind, which was regarded as nearly worthless on account of the lack of drainage, and be has given to the farming element in Sout...

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. — 19 September 1900

ttnnnnnunnxt JM*, n ? A HIGH ~ ?' " SOCIETY ? SENSAT19N BY EVERETT HOLBROOK. tt B_ COPYKIOBT. 1W<?, UY v'UAHI.Ktf W. UOOKC The- offices of The Globe are here, there and everywhere in a big build ing. Alice Phelps, who is supposed to be the prettiest glr' In the newspaper business, has a desk lu 408 on tbo fourth lloor. There she sat one morning writing abj et nonsense for the woman's page and cordially despising herself, but her face wore a smile of saintly beatitude, as It always does when she Is writing. She herself declares it to be rises sar dontcus, the smile imprinted by certain poisons upon the fuees of those that die of them. "Mr. Bunt's wauts to see you," sa'd the little typewriter girl from the tenth door. Morton Bangs was the city editor, a fierce creature who Inhabited a raised platform called Devil's Island, situated at the west end of the reportera' room. He had ouee been an amiable and rath er handsome man, but ten years on the whltlletree of the cur of Juggernaut,...

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. — 19 September 1900

TUE ADVERTISER._ Mtabflcriptimi I'liec--12 Months, $1.50 Payable in Advance* lt. w. HALL, Edltor. Hates for Advertising-.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, nor square, ono inser tion, $1.00; oach subsequent Insertion, 50 cents. Liberal reduction made for largo Advertisements. w. vv. Ball, Proprietor. LAUBEN8, S.C., SEPT. 15?, I?00. a Newspaper Matter. In ItH issue of Sept. 0, The Laurens County News published the following at the head of Its edltoripl column?, Immediately above Its louding cdltt rial : PRIMARY ELECTION, Sept. 11, 1WH). For the convenience of our readers wo publish here the list of those who run in the primary Tuesday who huvo their announcements in The News: FOR SHERIFF. (Voto for one.) Gm >. S. Mot Juavy. Tip is. j. i iuckutt. Fi >R TREASURER. (Vote for one.) M i;ssi:h BAD1I. John II. COPKLAND. F< )ll SUPERVISt >R. (VotO for one.) Ron in .1. Coim:lanu. .1 as. s. Dhummond. FOR SUPT. EDI 'CATION. (VotO for one.) c L Johnson. ( has. F. BltOOKS. KOI I (Oii- NKIl. (...

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. — 19 September 1900

Full MALYEHTON. A Considerable Fund Collected and Forwarded to Uovernor Bayers? W. W. Ball oarrlod around a sub BerlplioQ list for tho Galvoston suffer ors Friday afternoon and In a short time ever a hundrod dollars was con trlbuod by the citizens. Mr- Ball for warded to Governor Bayers In tho name of the citizens of Laurons, ?107.60 Saturday morning. Thero will bo an other i'omlttanco. The list of Sub scribers will be published in Till: AD VERTISER at a later day. Meanwhile, Mr. Hall was-unable to see a number of people who will he glad to contribute. They may leave their contributions at the People's Loan and Exchange Bank, Mr. Hall boh)},' out of town for a few days. Beautiful line of rugs at O. B. Sim mons. We wish to call your attention to our big llnoof box paper and tablets. Some thing new. I'a 1 motto Drug Co. Card of Thanks. I desire lo express my gratltudo to tho people of Laurens county for the honor which they have done me in electing mo to the Sheriff's otilce. No one c...

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. — 19 September 1900

WIIKAT AND COTTON GROWERS AN JNTKRK8TIN? MKKTINd Ml Ml AT OHKKN WOOD AND IM TO Iff ANT ACT ION TAKEN liv Till. KAUM Kit*. The sSi>utli Carolina Wheat Growers' Association hold its second annual cou tion in Greenwood on the 12th lust, l/rcsident A. C. Latlmor called the meeting to order, and stated that the minutes of last year's mooting had been misplaced, hut that Hie proceed ings were quite weil remembered. Ho said he had no net speech or special message to deliver to the mombors, but said that he had tried to get Secretary of Agriculture Wilson to attend the convention, and failing in that In- had secured the next liest man in the de partment, Mr. Win. S. Hill, the chlct of the publication division. While Mr. Lalimor was speaking a porter brought in two large sacks of heed wheat, winch had been sent lo the convention by tin: agricultural depart ment. This wheat was afterwards dis tributed among the farmers for exper imenting. On being introduced to the conven tion Mr. Hill mod...

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. — 26 September 1900

ssss^n^^ ss ss i "^ylllSi BY FRAN'CI8 LIV1NGST0N' II 9z u^^^?ta ff/V aM ciii'YiuouT, um, ww V?*^*-^ J#i/f UY FUANUIA 1.1 v INOSTON. w ss ss ss ss srss ssssssssssssssss ??n AWRENCE, dcnr, have you finished? May I come In?" The young man at Hie tahlo - uu ted slightly and laid down als pen, yet he hail not been writing, for the paper before blni was untouched, a bright ismiio overspread his handsome fuee us lie looked toward tin- fair head source seen through the partly opened door. "Come In. surely, Holen, darling. I shall not write at nil." He spoke In a full, rich voice, with just a suspicion of u brogue. "Of what use Is It to make imy memoranda? I'll just speak to the boys out of my heart." The young wife sat ou a low stool at her husband's side and leaned her head against his arm. "You were thinking, though, for you ?jumped when I spoke to you. (Jo on now and think, and 1 will tie still as a mouse." "Yes; 1 was thinking," echoed the young man seriously. He put his arm about his w...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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