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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 26 September 1900

THE ADVERTISER. Hnbscrlptlon Price-12 Months, $1.50 Payable in Advance* 11. W. BALL, Editor. ItateH for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, por square, ono inser tion, SI.00; each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. Liberal reduction mado for largo Advertisements. W. w. Ball, Proprietor. LAUBEN8, S.C., SEPT. 20, 1000. ? Blandishments. Thoro is nothing liko making lifo sweet. There uro other thiugs be sides succi ss to charm the day und ioheer the night, it is reported that thousands of letters nave reached Gov ernor McSwoeney congratulating him on his success. Bow pleasant this must be. But Governor McSwoeney should not keep all tiio joy to himsolf and these letters should ho given to tho Press and the many frionds of tho Gov ornor permitted to sliaro in tho exhili rating jubilations. They want to know upon what points the Governor scored his SUCO^SSful knook-OUt. Tho Gov ernor put it oi. his admirable business liko administration. Business is a strong stroke- -nothing like keeping o...

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. — 26 September 1900

FOR THE 0ALYE8T0N SUFFERERS. a Neat Sum Contributed by the People of Laureu? to the Afflicted People. As stated In Tflt ?DVBRT1SBR last week Mr. W. W. ?all carried around :> Bubsoiiptlon for the relief of the suffer ore on the Texas coast, fn all $121.60 was collected by Mr. Hall from tho following persona: J Wells Todd. $5 00: W W Ball, 5 00; .1 O 0 Fleming, 5 00; Jno. A Harksdale, 500,S M Wilkes. 2 60; A T Molonoy. 1 00; U A Coopor, 60 cents: (lash, (B O) 10 cents; C 1) Moseloy, 1 00; J II Ken nedy, 2 60; H B Kennedy, I 50; W H Washington. 50 cents; H II Johnson, HO cents: B A Sullivan, 50 conts; C M Miller, 50 cents' IT K Alken, 1 00; P A Simpson, f>0 conts; T R Todd, 1 00; Goo M McDaniol. r>0 cents; J B Watts, 5 00; W C Irbv. 260; E S R?dgens, 1 00: C W Tune, 2 50; W A Watts, 2 50; A HulT, 1 00; J A P Moore, 1 00; Cash, I 00; H Terry, 60 cents; Claronco Babb, 50 cents: J W Crawford, 25 conts; J H Traynham, 1 00; O B Simmons, 5 00, J F T?lbert, 1 00; A 1) Gray, 1 00: Sim...

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. — 26 September 1900

BILL ARP AND THIS ORPHANS. i:v I :k v iu > j > v OUGHT ro HULL' Til KM. He ThliikH a ?>ay Should ho Sol Apart | for I.'linn Men Arp U Willing to . Ulve ? Dollar ir Ho Will Work It Out Come now, lot's divido out. There are IKK) good working days lu tho year. Suppose wo call ono of thorn orphans' day. We havo a Labor Day and Wash ington's birthday and indopondonco day and other days not upart lor obser vance, why not havo a day for tho or EhanB of (Jeorgia v Tho orphanage at lecatur Is in great need and tho gool mon in charge havo atked tho people to give tho 29th day of tills month to their service, tho labor and earnings of ono day. What bettor can wo do with It V Madam DeStaol said that our bank account in ileavon would bo mado up of tho money wo gave away in charity while wo lived upon tho oartb. Huntington died worth $.">0, 000,000, but ho could not tako It with him, and It Is feared that ho will havo a very small bank account up yonder. Ho could havo ondowed a hundre...

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 October 1900

LAURENS S. C, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 47, 1900. NO. 8. FROM CHARLESTON TO CINCINNATI. TIIK OltKAT ItAII.UOAl) sell KM K OK IIAYNK ANI> ( ai.iioi N? TIIK CCN? VKNTION at KNOW II.!.!: ANI> TIIK ItOUTKS BUOOK8TKD. Knoxvltle (Teilli.) Sentinel. Away buck in the Unities, neatly two-thirds of n century ago, when rail roads in this country wore very new, lloberl Y. Hay no, John C. Calhoun and probably other brainy SOUth Caro linians, formed a rough plan lor the building of a railroad from Charleston, then the foremost Southern port, to Cincinnati. This piganlic scheme of internal improvement was never car ried out, but in the march of progress other developments ill Uio way of rail road building, not literally the same, but answering the purpose for which Hay no and Cn'houil planned their road have long since materialized. The primary object of lapping the great center of western trade by a rail road having a deep water middle At lantic coast port as its terminus, which these great South ...

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 October 1900

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription Price-12 Months, $1.60 Payable in Advance. II. W. ?Abb, Editor. Hates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, pur square, onfl inser tion, 11.00; each subsequent insertion, 60 conts. Liberal reduction mr.de for large Advertisements. v\. w. Ball, Prouriotor. LAURKN8, s. C, OCT. I 7, 1000. Constitutional Amendments, There are t wo constitutional amend ments to be voted on at tlio impending olect ion. 'I he City authorities of Colum bia have requested t.ho papers of t)1(. State to urge an affirmative vote on the Amendment oxoinpting certain oitles from tie- inhibition of the Constitution us to increasing their indebtedness. Those eltlos are Columbia, Charleston, Florence and Rook Hill- Wo should certainly vote for the Amendment, as it enables these eities to own their water work-; plants and sewerage sys tems The vote can'i effect us. The Ot her a me i id me ut is as follows: ? Article i, of amendments to the Constitution. The General Assembly shall prov...

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 October 1900

ChrlatliO and Missionary Alliance Con vention. The annual Pal Convontiou of the Christian and Missionary Alliance will bo hold in Laurens, from tho night of October I!' tO Sunday, October 28, 1000. In attendance will be a large number of Christian workors, who will take part in the services. Amongst these will bo ROV. Oeo. I). Watson. D. D., Mrs. 0. I) Watson, Rev. I). J. Brlmm, I). D . Rov. Mr. Butler, Rov. N ? J. ilohnes, Rev. Roy O. Codding, Mrs. S. ('. Todd. Rov. S. C. Todd and others. Tlio services will bo hold In a large canvass tabornaole, near the public sqtuiro with seating capacity of about two thousand. Addresses will be mado upon Bible and missionary themes at the day meetings, while the night sor vlcos will be evangelistic in character, livery one is invited. Mrs. AdblUS asks the Indies to look at her hat-- and get prices before buying $8.00 and MO.OO suits clothes at Tho Fair, In all colors and styles, only f 1.08. #0.00 and $8.00 men's suits at Tho Fair In wool goods,...

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 October 1900

UHR NEEDS OK OU? FARMERS. Hub . . ?ifNBOKO IS TIli: DK8T KAUM HAND ?TUE WAQF.8 SY8TKM IS'I'll K IIK8T WAY TO EMPLOY IHM. The following address was made by Mr. F. J. Merrlam at the summer meeting of the Georgia State Agiicul tural Society, and it is worth reading by every farmer in the South : Mr. President and Fellow Fanners: I am well aware that this question of farm help is one winch agitates your minds for a considerable portion of the year. It agitates my mind all the year round, sometimes with con siderable violence,as we keep between ten and twenty men employed all the tune. This mattet is, however, one of very great Importance, for it means your bucccbs OV failure in many in stances. (Jan 1 get sufliclout help to work my farm properly ? Will they be etlicient? Will they work for my in terest? These arc questions which arc of constant recurrence, and while their successful solution depends in a great measure on the supply of avail able help, it also depends largely on the abil...

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 October 1900

VOL. XVI. LAU RENS S. C, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER -'4, 1900. No 9 ?_- _-1?? ? ? - ? - ?? ?_, KU.I, Altl'S DOG IS 1)14A 1>. Ilo IiAllientu Hie Iidsm ol Hist I ? l Iii n I <iiiipatilon Tho Collie W*h Uivcn n Decent Rurial. Old Laddie in doud. Oar good old dog. We ne'er shall see him more. Ilo died last Sunday at 10 o'clock : we buried him at >. Laddie was seventeen yoarsold. We raised him from puppy hood to doghood and all those years he scorned like one of the family. Ho loved us all and we loved him, for ho was affectionate, good mannered, dignified, courageous and very handsome. He never sought a light with another don, hut never declined one and always came oil the victor. His face and neck and feet and purt of his tail wore white; his hair long and glossy and his eyes wore ambor or rathor a brilliant yellow sapphire. In truth, ho was a very handsome dot; ar.d came from well-breu stock, his grandslre having been sold for $f>00 In Montgomery. Ho wa known as u shepherd dog?a 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. — 24 October 1900

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription Price-12 Months, $1.50 Payable In Advance. B. W. ball, Ldltor. Rates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per Hquarc, one inser tion, $1.00: each subsequent Insertion, 50 couts. Liberal reduction made for large Advertisements. w. w. Ball, 1 'ronrlctor. LAUBENHi S. C, OCT. 24? 1?UU. Campaign Apathy. The Oroonville News bus: written despairingly of the apathy pervading the demoefaey of South Carolina in the Bryan and Stevenson campaign. The News lunches the fact that only (200.00 has boon paid to the Bryan Na tional Committee, Probably Tillman ns a canvasser gets $2,000. We must agree with the News that the thing has a rather had odor. The office hold ers in tho counties counties, get, say, four hundred thousand doll.vrs, then the State House oHlcers. Judges, Supreme Court Judges, S'.i't'eitors, etc . another hundred thousand. Senator Tillman only asU<..' for $4*000. The Democratic office-holders of the State should have raised it for Col. Jones i...

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. — 24 October 1900

Mi - Walton W. Brown was married1 to Miss Mlnnlo Lou Sams at GafTnoy vcstorday. ? Greenville News, l stti lust. Mr. Brown spent bis boyhood In Lau? rons ami ha- friends bore still. Ho is now book-keeper at Pacolet Mills. a >(?? Southern Journal? Tin- Atlanta Daily News, an ovonlng journal. Is a new vonture in Southern journalism. Mr. Walter Howard is the managing od I tor ami the initial uuin .,. ps give promise of powerful rivalry lor public favor. it has a splendid news servieo, is ably edited and has [Hjworful Democratic forces behind it. Valuation of Properly for 1000. II i;. Proporty In Laurons,... $7t>(.i.!>2.r> Koal Estate,.2,917.765 Personal Property..1,397,090 Total.*.">.OS4,770 in the statt-, the gain over previous roars Is sevoral millions. Taxes should bo loss another year, but we will find oui by waiting. V Beautiful Wedding at Fountain Inn. Miss'Nannie Elizabeth Oarrett the accomplished daughter of Mr. W. B. Garrott, of fountain Inn, was married last Wod...

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. — 24 October 1900

THE LAST CHANCE. Mr. Long walked into Hie house and eank wearily into a chair. "Well, you are home early," re marked his wtfO, looking in from the kitchen whuru site wu? busy in the preparation of the cveuing meal. "Yea, and 1 have had news. The null broke down this afternoon, ami thu proprietor says they won't run any more this BCasOU ; he says the sale of lumber is dull and he won't start up again until fall." "I am so sorry !" said Mrs. Long, suppressing on exclamation of dismay. "1 don't know what we will do,'' said ho, gti/.iog dejectedly out of the window. "I suppose," he continued, "the mill would have shutdown before long had the accident not happened, but 1 expected the run to last several weeks longer." Mr. Long had moved from Kansas to Oregon three years before. Two years successive drought in Western Kauaas, where he had moved his fam ily and taken a homestead, had re duced him to tuch straightened cir cumstances, that he was compelled to sell his claim for It small sum ...

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. — 31 October 1900

VOL XVI. LAURENS S. C, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1900. NO. 10. IUI.I. A III? I.OSKH IIIS XlOMIMCIt Whon llo HmmIh Certain Northum N<nvui>ai>orH II? Clots Awfully Mad ?ml (J'H'H to Work. Ah l'atrlck Honry r.id, " It in uao loas to cry peace when thuro la no poaco." llonry Uu-ly novor loved the nation into poaco for moru than uhout a wook. Butter take that inscription ulT hie mouuinout. What alarms me la the fact that tho Northorn papers that are most hitter against us arc tho most popular with their peoplo. This is a bad sign. Tho Now York Press boasts that its circulation Is twice as great as that of all tho Kopublican papers of Now York and Brooklyn combined, and It lb Increasing overy day. It is ably and bitterly odltod. Not a dally Ibhuo but has boiiio Hing or slander against tho 8outh. I wouldn't caro for what an editor said if hiu roaderBdldontapprovo and ondorso it, and it is roasonaolo to to suppose that tho million Northorn readers of Tho I 'reas hato us as cordially a...

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. — 31 October 1900

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription Price-12 Mouths, $1.50 Payable in Advance* B. w. BALL. Editor. Rates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one inser tion, $1.00; euch subsequent insertion, 50 eonts. Liberal reduction made for largo Advertisements. w. w. Ball, Proprietor. LAU KENS. S. ( '., OCT. 81, 11)00. "Thejf are Obliged to Have It." Tborc Is a common idea, Rome times emphasized by newspapers, and some I times by spell-binding politicians that the world could not get along a day without our cotton ciop. 'They are obliged tO have it,"so i ing the changes. There Is a good deal In the idea and it has its significance. The great middle West States of Kentucky, Ohio, Iowa, Kansas, M is-ouri and Illinois produce an immense surplus of meat BUppllOS, and horses and mules for the city popu lations of this country and the. pro ducers naturally conclude that tho market will be brash tho world can't BUbsist without this surplus product. Minnesota, the Dakotas and other trans Mi...

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. — 31 October 1900

Extra heavy, all wool flannel, modi oatod at The Fair for lu cents per yard; worth cents The Synod of tho I Yesby torian church, this State, convened last week at FlorOOCO, ohoSO lion. W. A. Steven son. Moderator. This is the first In stance of a Layman being chosen by Synod In this State. Rov. Robert Adams, of the First church, this eitv. was placed OU the committee?Presoytorlol Records, Har mony Prosbytery. From the State's Re port of proceedings, we quote: The annual ro|>ort on foreign mis sions was road through tho chairman Of tho committee of Synod, Rev. Rob ert Adams. The report was of special interest to the body touching this sub ject of absorbing interest. Dr. Jacobs spoke for the board of visitors for the Thornweii orphanage. Two hundred orphans have been In at tendance at the orphanage last year and 25 ofllo rs. teachers, matrons, etc. Tho receipts were something over $16, 000. Tho report calls for an enlarge ment ot the accommodations of the or phans as they are press...

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. — 31 October 1900

THE STRANGE VISITATION. Bt. Loots U lobe-Democrat It is seldon anything occurs hi tho life of the average rural agriculturist to brook the routine of Ins generally monotonous existence, but when such an event docs occur, whether it be of joy or sadness, it is apt to be looked upon as an epoch in the lives of those conceroncd from which to date. So, even unto this day, it is a common oc currence among the older citizens of the county of Denton, Texas, when the subject of spooks or other super natural phenomena are under dismis sion to hear one remark: "Well, that heals all since Jones's ghost.'' And Jones's ghost occupies a position considerably above that of the aver age ghost in that it is doubtless the only case on record wherein the testi mony of bis ghostship was accepted in the ?ollleiuont Of an estate and is a part of the public records of the above county. As a number of the parties closely connected with the following occurrences are still living, I will sub stitute fictitio...

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. — 7 November 1900

I,i;ST Wiv FORGET ! I, IC ST W1C FORGET !' SPLKNDU) Tltli'.l 'IT. TO VALOR. ?'Tin-. Mi Ii-; battalions. ok I'n ca.Ml'ko ( 'on kkijkkatks Wiiokk Snow.Wimti Tknts Aim-: Thick. I.NINo IN IUI. V ai. I.k ys an Ii <>\ mi. Iii i.i.-i Di >." Mr. Luciau Ii. Knight, of Atlanta, (Ja., recently delivered au eloquent nratinii al Hu- annual memorial ox ercises of the I'on federate Net? raus in that city, which is worthy of pcrhsal hy every man. woniaud ami child in the COlintiy, and we take pleasure in gn ''?..; our n ailers the ad'lrosa as fol lows : " (in this occasion ii is not unmcle to unroll die panorama of the past : to wander again in thought over the dis puted Holds which Confederate valor has made lou ver glorious and to hold communion with tin- spirits of our martyred dead who have made the story of the cpuqUCI'cd banner immor tal upon history's proudest pago; to contemplate again the heroism of brave incu and the fortitude of noble women who illustrated our Confederate strugg...

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. — 7 November 1900

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription l'rlce-12 Months, $1.60 Payable lu Advance. B. W. ?AI.L, Editor. Bates for Advertising.?ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one lusor tlon, $1.00; each subsequent insertion, 60 conts. Liberal reduction made for larye Advertisements. w. w. Ball, Proprietor. LAUKENS? s. c., NOV. 7, 1000. The Columbia Fair. Our fast developing sister city de served to bo complimented and eon gratulatetl upon their grand "Carnival" of last week So also the guests and visitors from the coiltt'0 t<> the circum ference of t he I i t tie St ate. Hut in the midst of splendid triumph and brilliant success! it i.-. wise t<> pause and reflect and take note of calmness and modera tion. They had In I tome In ye ancient days:.' 'in in A lex, de si Min im's, to restrain the expenses that attended public festivals and entertainments and limit the number of guests which gen erally attended them,no* only In Home, but in all the provinces of Italy, l'.y it, not on'y those who ...

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. — 7 November 1900

Wedding Bells at Clinton. Miss Annie Byrd Davis and Dr. John Qulnoy Philips were married at noon lant Wednesday at the First Presbyter ian < hureh, CiilltOU, Dr. W. I'. Jacobs, Ofllolating. The attendants were as follows.MlSS Sara Davis, maid of honor, with T. M. Watts, best man; Mbs Wll lou Boyd, of f.aar mis, with Mr. Ku Irene Davi.-: Miss Mary McGowan, of (Iross Hill and Mr. R, B. Vane.- ushors, ?I. II. Davis, J. I>. Davis, W. I). Cope land and < '. C. Little. The bridal party ? lined at the hotel after which Dr and Mrs. Philips left for a visit to Beau fort. On the evening previous to the wedding. Mr. and Mr- John 0. Davis, the bride's parents gave an elepant re, option at tholr beautiful home, (fathawav, a fow miles out from Clin ton. Frank Leslie's Popular Mont- ly has a large subscription !'-t. but it should be larger. It-, management is more en orgoflo, its plans better than ever be fore. ?.8 an added stimulus toward an increase, the Monthly offers no less than two ...

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. — 7 November 1900

MAN'S LITTLE WAYS. "Thomas," said Mrs. Maria ShulUo bolbam 111 a clear, Incisvo voice, "by the added brightness of > our eyo i"1'1 tho renewed clasticty of your *tep I see youjhavc bad a good tiuiQ you and thoso (?Iber editors who went for a va cation trip with tho Loavowlfcathomo Fishing Club. 1 don't grudge it lu YOU, deal, for now I Shall feel as though l can spend a little, more lime on my visit to my mother. Wo shall bo gouo just six weeks, the children and I. Adoniram Judsou will stay with his Uncle I'arkcr in the country, and Mary Elizabeth will bo at Iho Ethical Distontion Settlement For University Stiainiug. The three younger ones 1 take with me. I've scuil the rubber plant to the florist's, the Maltese to the cat's hospital and the hired girl in to the universal. You've nothing left but the house, and it will take care of itself for six WCOkS, I guess, if you let it alone, but there are one or two things 1 wont you to remember. AtO you listening, Thomas?" "Yes, Maria." ...

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. — 14 November 1900

McKINI/BY AND ROUSKVIvl/T. PflQgPEHIXY *NU KXTANBION. The Country IIhm timlorSfd the Ad. ministration by an Ovorwliolmlny ^Majority ?Iliy ?.?i TaktH Mis Defeat Like a l'l>lloHO|ili< p. The election on Tu Odd ay, Nov. IJtb, resulted In an ov 'whelming victory for McKinley and Kjosevelt, and the constituent defeat Ol Bryan and Steven son. Mr. Bryan sent congratulation* to President McKinley, saying . "At the close of another Preslduntnl cam palgn U is my lot to congratulate you upon a second victory." The President was at his homo In Canton, Ohio, whore he received congratulation: from all over the country, but he started Immediately for Washington and reached there ou Thursday morn ing. McKinley has been elected by an in creased electoral vote, a;:d his populai majority will reach l.UJU.UUi. when it was only a half million four years ago. The latest claim is that he wdl receive 2'Jli electoral votot, wbllo Hryan will got only 1 In. The Republicans will control both branched of ...

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