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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 14 November 1900

THE ADVERTISER. Httbscrlptlon Price-12 Mentha, $1.50 Payable in Advance. H. W. BALL, Editor. HftUv* lor Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, nor square, on<> inser tion ,$1.00; each subsequent luucrtion, 60 cents. Liberal reduction made for large Advertisements. \v. w. ball, I'roorletor. I AI HKNS. S. <., .NOV. 1 I. 1900. The Passing or Bryan* "Four years more of McKinley'' is the verdict. Al the end of ibis period we will bear no more of Bryan. The Issues of (be two las! campaigns will have been SOttlcd New questions will have arisen and the next election will turn upon tbem. New men will come with new moasuros. Tin- American people know little or nothing of the Is sues of other Governments than our own and Brita'n, Both are constitut ional governments, both are governed by the people, the Queen in I'.ngland being a mere figure head. As a rule in both governments all oloctlons have turned upon questions growing out of the coustiution. Over a century ago JelTerson's const...

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. — 14 November 1900

and Clothing at cost at The Slice Fair. Dry Goods of all kinds tit first Now York cost at The Fair . All kinds of Dross Good ., wool and cotton, at cost tit Tho I "air. Wo will save yon money on anything you wear. We can givQ you anything to wear alroudy made up or wo can soil the cloth. You do your sol fund fainllv mi injury every time yon |?u\ any" thing to wear w it wont Irsl Knolius t%\t?u Tilt) Teachers in Council. Tho Laurons County Tonoliors' Asso elation mot ul Lauren-. Suturduv, Nov. 10th, President Juntos A. Madden in the chair Tlio tulnntos of the hi si Association were read by the Secretary. The first fUlbjOol 'or dUcilSslon was thi llenollt of Toaehors' Meetings In tin absence of the appointee, Prof. Ohas. i". Brooks, Prof, J. I?. Wutklns made n short talk in which ho spoke ol the main boil' lits to bo dorlvcd bom tho teachers meeting together. Next on program was the subject ol Notnt'on ami Num< ration The up iKiiutoo being absent, Profs I, 11. Wat* kins and VV. P. ...

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. — 14 November 1900

The Laurens Advertiser. t $1.50 Per Year in Advance. EXPOSITION DAY AT CAPITAL. A great demonstration IN 'Uli. IN k TBItKST Ol TIIK great show at ?iiarlkston. Charleston, S. C, Nov. ;i.?i.ast Thursday was exposition day at tin annual .State Pair of tho South Caro Una Agricultural and Mechanical So ciety in Columbia. The attendance at tho lair whs the largest en auy day ill the history Of the SOCioty, the num ber of persons passing through the gales aggregating not leas than 20,000. The visitors came from all pari? ol South Caroliua and made up ihc hap picst and most content) d 1m of mortal that has ever been r.8s< mblcd in South Carolina. There was a look of pros perity in the throng, The woinon were handsomo, of course, and all the men well dressed ami wi ll behaved. There was not an ineldcul dining the day to mar the delightful harmonies of the Occasion, Tin; exposition to be held at Charleston next year was the talk of the day and uigbt, and the bill boards throughout the city...

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. — 21 November 1900

Tille COTTON 8'j.Kl) INDUSTltV TWKNTV Vkaus A?.<? imi SKKl) Was TJIKOWN Au\\\ - l'i\k IIl NDin l> Mn.i 3 AltK Now in Ol'hhation. special Correspondence. Now Orleans, Nov. 4, There is pro? l>al>ly ii<> great industry in America about which KD Hille is known l>y Ihc gouoral public ?s that of cotton seed. Twenty years ago cotton seed was thrown away. Today, although the business is but In Us infancy, there an more than 500 mills in the South that represent an investment of probably 825,000,000, while the value of the products of these mills is <\ cXCCSti of $50,000,000 per year. 11) olden times cotton planters looked upon the surplus seed as one of the burdens they couldn't escape. They burned Iho stull", used it lo IUI low spois in the held, paid to have it hauled away, and were glad to get rid of it. There is a tradition that the Legisla ture of Texas passed a law making it ji penal offense lo dump cotton Bccd in streams. However that may be the law is now a d...

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. — 21 November 1900

ftnlMeriplloii Price-12 Menth?, $1.60 Payahle in Advance. B. W. BAM., Editor. Kat?t for Advertising.?Ordin?r? Ad? vartlvemcntn, nor square, ono inser tion, $1 ,00;cacti subsequent Insertion, 60 con's. Liberal reduction made for large Advertisements. W. w. Ball, Proprietor. LAI'RENN. S. L\, NOV. 21, l?oo. ? * The News. President McKinley returned to Washington immediately on the de claration of the result of the election, lie was III Hue spirit *, Iiis feathers all Btnooth and hud a love-feaat with bin cabinet, Invlt ng sll to stay by him lo his second term. It is said that Sec retary Of the Treasury, (Sago, will pro bably retire. At P- kin tbt Peace Commissioners are settling matters, but the Chinese don't enjoy the punishment ami bo headi' ' of their late leaders who rioted In blood. "No the f o'er felt the halter draw, With good op llOU of the law." Ltopuhllcan loaders art- at Washing ton arranging for short session legisla tion. Orokor goes to Gngland. but made a speech to Tamman...

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. — 21 November 1900

Wheat Growers. Tho meeting called for Saturday last was well attended, but ought to have been larger. It la very desirable that farmers who mean to he -elf-sustain i"g should join the Association. Captain J. B. Humbert presided in the ab8enee of Dr. A. C. Kuller who was called to attend a church confer ence. We mention this, because there is no more earnest and progressive farmer In the state than Dr. Kuller, President Of our Ooutlty Wheat ('.row ers Convention. Preparation, fertiliza tion, seed to the acre, broad casting and drilling,character of soil and other questions of successful wheat culture were dlsoussod. Pour prizes are of fered to be <? ,r tested for by tho mem bers of the association,and each mem ber will contribute two bushels wheat toward-. tho prizes, which will bo awardod by a committee. Among the farmers present we noted: Enoch Mitchell, John I). Sullivan, (a prize widner in last year's Greenville eon test,) Capt. John Moor.-, Ambrose II. Mnrtin, A. J. Smith, B....

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. — 21 November 1900

The Laurens Advertiser. $1.50 Per Year in Advance. UNCLK JOHN'S HALLOWEEN. "Uncle .loin., when you wore a boy, did you ever, on Hallowe'en, play prank9wii.l1 thogatQ8 and wagon wheels and cabbage patches?" asked Herbert, ?arly Hallowe'en evening. "Ye-B, once; just ouce," answered Mr. Halslcad, while a slow smile spread over his face at the recollection. "It was when I was 13," continued the uncle, "and come to think of it, I guess we were all thirteen. That is a terrible unlucky number; m> wonder wo met with disaster. Henry Ilalos, Jim Fowler, Ed Jones and I got our heads together after school and planned a midnight romp which should include old Josiah Baincgat, who was the ter ror of all the boys in that vicinity. Ho was rich, and lived on a finely culti vated farm; hut he was stingy - pru dent, he called it- and crosser than two sticks. Not a boy in the whole township dated to steal a capful of bis apples or nuU, although ho grew the finest ones in that rogiou, Jim and I planne...

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. — 28 November 1900

tu n n w , n u ?THE SHADOW**: tt op the n\ ** CORDILLERA;** Or, The flaqnofia Flower. $ $$ BY VIRGINIA LEILA WKNTZ. ^ Jit* COPYMIOIIT, UW, jZl' 1 1 IIY BRVtM Wardmxk. ^4 n n n n n u n ^^lwf ^ CHAPTER T. Iii ?J^ PElTLA DEL OCCl - yf DBNTK" Partakes of i Lil ?>Y tho character of both zones Into which Mexico is divided. Merry Guadalajara is pln^d ou thr boundary lino betweeu the hot ami cold lands. Tho Corro del Col, a kind of oxtloot volcano, the peak of Tequila, and be> hind this melancholy looking mountain n complete chain of rugged hills hem ming in (he tilo Tololotlan compose the somber looking amphitheater which screens the capital of the state of Ja llSCO on the north. Hut upon the banks of tin Tololotlan prevails another nt mosphi re, and tlie traveler Qnds him self in the region of the tierra eallente, where citron trees and bananas take the place of oaks and pines and arid sands are succeeded by fields of sugar canes watered by numerous streams. Before the era of railwa...

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. — 28 November 1900

JTIIE ADVERTISER. Subscription Prlcc-12 Months, $1.60 Parable in AdYAlice? II. W. HALL, Editor. Bfttei for AdTertislng.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per miliare, one inser tion, $1.00; each subsequent Insertion, 50 cents- Liberal reduction made for large Advertisements. w. w. Ball, Proprietor. LA Uli KNS. 8. C, NOV. 28, IU00. Stand and Deliver. Robin Hood and his descendants In ling and were romantic Knights of tho road and made it. lnt< resting for lonely wayfaring people traveling the high ways. They rarely attacked other than gentlemen and ladies In their four-in hand coaches, and their earnings were charitably divided among the poor and distressed. The adventures of theso re man'ic knights are the Christmas read? ln^ for our lads and lasses to their ad miration, inspiration and edification. Prank M. Brown book-keeper of a Ken lucky bank, has skipped with f!200 000, the entire assets of the Institution.? Alvord, of New York, stole seven hun dred thousand from the First National 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. — 28 November 1900

< "I'M at Clinton* There Is little to report besides tho marrying of so many of t bo young la dies of Clinton, than whom is claimed by a neighboring city, none aro more attractive. The latost is that of Miss Lana Cope land, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Copeland, and our popular drug gist, Dr. J. H. Voung. The par lor ami hall wore beautifully decorated, with white and yellow chrysanthemums appearing In great profusion. At the Ural strains of tho wedding march, beautifully rendered by Mrs. Qeorge Copeland, entered two lovely little girls, Essio and Lola Voung, bear ing the white ribbon, through which tho party was to pass. Then came the bridesmaids, Miss Annie Copeland, of Clinton and Miss Lula Moseley, of Prosperity, wearing lovely gowns of white organdie, over yellow, and carrying yellow chrysan themums. Then followed Mr. II. A Copeland, of Newberry, brother of the brido. Next came iho littlo llowor girls, Evie Shands and Amy Copeland, veritable little fairies in frocksof...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 28 November 1900

HV HO WA KD KIKL.DINO. The very excellent woman who was cook in iny father's household was af flicted with a actiouu impairment of vision in the last years of her service. 1 remember how she used to take a big pinch of salt and wave it over a roast of meat with the mistaken notion that she was dropping a little hete and there. Then she would suddenly open her hand and all the salt would fall in one place. It is thus that blind fate seasons our lives with the condiment of adventure. As a rule we get it in a lump! This philosophical reflection is sug gested by tho recent remarkable expe rience of a young friend of mine. She is a charming girl, blond, petite ami graceful and possessed of a very prom ising voice, for tho cultivation of which she came to the city. She took up her abode in a genteel boarding house where some friends of hers were living, and everything was very ordinary ami commonplace. Her early life had run as quiet as tho brooks mentioned by BpartOOUS, the gladiator, 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. — 5 December 1900

*t ** ? u n n n\ **THE SHADOW** U Of THE tri: **CORDILLERA;** ** Or, The Marjnofia Ffower, $ ?* BY VIRGINIA I.EILA vTUNT?. tt -0 jIT Copviuoht, looo, tt By Kkvim \V a roman. ****'" tt n n n u n u CHAPTER HI. By and by liioccnclo was 18. Tic now stood six feet, bootless, and was, more over, n young fellow of magnificent build. (It wns Iiis ancestors who used to dance the war dance and cry "Oulch 'ka!" nut those who lived in n castle ami umte on crested paper, that ho had tu thank for ihls.) ills eyes were as dark as the waters of tin' Itlo Uraudo under tho cover ??!' n starless night, and they looked out straight luto those of his fellows like the eyes of an animal that dues not know enough to fear. In the puchllto where he lived lie was regarded as a marvel for bravery and strength. Once, when there had been inn- of those rare occurrences in Mexico, a lire, all the town had Hoi ked about to hol? It. thinking It. lor Iis rari ty, better I ha li a fiesta. Then, in full view of every o...

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 December 1900

THE ADVERTISER. *??!???- ???? 1 ???--. , ?? ? r Bnbsorlptlou Price.. 12 Months, $1.60 Parable in Advance. lt. W. BALL, Editor. Kates for AdTertisliHf.- Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one inser tion,91.00; oach subsequent Insertion, 50 conts. Libornl reduction made for largo Advertisements. W. vv. Ball, Proprietor. LAUREN8, S. ('., DEC. 1000. What I,aureus Needs. Wo have a big cotton mill that we diil not have ton years ago and it has added t wo thousand to the city's popu lation and is H 8t COSH Ton years ago and we were a village after having ex isted for a century as a hamlet. Twelve years ago we built an oil mill. It is a BUCOeSS, and a material factor in the business of the city. In the year I'.KX), Mr. Wllkes, an enterprising citizen, has built and put in operation a large furniture factory. It is a success, and hundreds of pcoplo in our good county are benefit ted. liming ready cash sale for lumber, hitherto wasted as fuel on the farm. These ontorprlses have added, as w...

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 December 1900

AN INTERESTING STOHY OF SUCCESS. An Enterprise that is Hounding into Popularity. SOME CAUSES FOR IT. Live ami up-to-date Slot hods uro At tractive to Uio People?A Liberal Policy? Everything Neu and Fresh - Daily Increasing Business. The remarkable success achieved by Tin- Fair since opening In Laui-ens is evidence that ear people appreciate live and up-to-date methods of doing business. Since the doors of this con cern were thrown open only a few months ago there has been a stream of eager customers, who have not only ex pressed in words their gratillcation that l.aureus has such a store as Tho Fall') but have bought liberally of the unus ual bargains olTered. They realize that their monev has suddenly doubled in value ami that fifty cents will buy as much at The Fair as they have boon getting for one dollar. This, coupled with the fact thai the goods aro guar anteed, makes the popularity of this store assured. The character of the stock carried by The Fair bus stamped itself Indeli...

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 December 1900

-?-. jm ? A KU KI,UX URMINISICENCK. ' IHK HIIATTONN WKNTTOOANAI)A Thoy Were Charged Willi Itolng Itu Knn 1,<'*(!< i k OlIO Ol TllOUl \V?h Kl?ln?i>i>r(i ami Kurland Demand ed hi - Hot urn. Tho recent triui at Yorkville of Jobn S. und I'aul. K. Bratt m on the cuargo of murder, reeallo an ulluir that dovol oped International importance in which two brothers, tho father and j undo of those young inon, were iuvolv twenty-nine years ago. Doubtless the diplomats of those times would have to refer to tho re cords to refresh their memories about a very thrilling incident between tho United States and Groat Britain, tho Iubuo of which was watched by the people of this " prostrate " State with the koeuest interest. Kngland demanded the return to his temporary home in Canada of a Smith j Carolinian who, Hoeing the State, had i sought an asylum under the British (lag : had been kidnapped and brought hack to face a stern United States judge. It was no time lor false pride ; an of fonS...

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 December 1900

VOL. XVI. LAURENS S. C, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1900. NO l(J I : -?? t$ n $t $t u ? n ?THE5HAD0W? tt Of- THE n ?CORDILLERA;? Or, The Magnolia Pfower. tt BY VIRGINIA LEILA WENTZ. 44 tt COPVHIOIIT, 1000, '}"]' By KltVlM Wahuxlan. ****** tt tt tt tt tt tt tt CHAPTER V. M. Peyrac bail .lust finished dressing the next morning when the sound of u Kill's voice drew hiui to tin- window, which v as open. Out in tin- garden, near to the box hedge which divided tin' Maltlands' grounds from the Abbotts', stood Lia na. She was stooping forward, play ing with Silver, Anna's beautiful grey hound, in one hand sin- held a sort of scarlet wrap, a fragile, silken feather weight thing, which had proved too warm for her shoulders. The other hand Was stretched out seductively to the dog leaping after her. 'The scarlet showed vividly against her white morning gown, a little crystal buckle (lashed at her waist, and the sunshine caught the waving hair, the pink Cheek, the white moving hand, the lace ruffles...

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 December 1900

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription Price--12 Month*, *1.60 Payable Iii Advance. II. VY. ?ALL, Editor. Kates for Advertising. Ordinary Ad T?rtle?jmeris, nor ?quaro, one inser tion, ?? .00 <ch subsequent Insertion, 60 cents Liberal reuuctlon made for large A . vertisement?. W. w. Bail, Proorlotor. LAUKENH, s. (*., DEC. 12. 1000. Current Events. The Republican Congress is pushing things--giving Democrats little time for ta k and protest. The army bill and the ship subsidy aro pot measures. . n army of a 100,000 and nine millions 8 year to ships as a 'onus to steamers carrying the mails to foreign countries. The committee, ways and means, pro pose to reduce the taxes forty millions, whlh the Democrats insist on sixty. | There is war talk between Portugal and Holland about a small matter and the several ministers La\ been with drawn. The quet n of the Dutch is just passing .ier terns and about to cele brate her nuptials and the quarrel is at an awkward time, but the Dutch will bo an over-ma...

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 December 1900

Professor Clinkscales, of Wofford Collogo, leotured to a large audience In the hall over tho cotton m'll store on Sat in day ovening, his subject being "Self Culture." Professor Clinkscales is a very entertaining speaker and a man of unusual ability and scholarly attainments and bis visit to Laureos will be most pleasantly remembered by all who heard him. At the Cltntou cottou mills last Mon day aftorooon, Mr. Jim McQuown, an operative and section foreman in the card room was caught in tho maohtnery and painfully and seriously injured. A belt jorked him down on one of the machines, his head striking an iron bolt, fracturing the skull. Theattend Ing physician removed a small portion of the. concussed bone, and at this writing the patient, though in a Bomi conscious condition, is thought to be dein? very well, under such painful circumstances, and it is hoped that he will recover Ho is the son of our old friend Mr. k y. McQuown and an In dustrious and sober young man. -Clin ton Gazett...

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 December 1900

1 ? ? 1' .? BII,I, ARP 18 AT HOME AGAIN. 1 /HAI) TROUBLE GKTTINU TU KHK The Kall road CJate* Were lllockcd and Ho Took I'akMnge on Another Line. Home again and happy. Children and grandchildren mot mo at tho de pot and escorted mo home, whoro a bountiful supper was awaiting, and i asked tho same old blowing that 1 havo boon asking for fifty years, only It was with unusual gratitude, for 1 hud boon in peril < of wind and water and escaped them. 1 was wuary with long travol, and now I could rest. 1 left New Al bany at midnight, reached Birming ham at daylight, only (Ivo minutes late, and had live minutes' time to buy a ticket for Pell City, and from thoro 1 wau to board tho Kast and West for homo. How happy I was. Hut alas ! for human hopes. I low soon they can vanish Into ucspuir. Thoro woro about a hundred big, blues:, greasy negro proachors ahead of mo at tho ticket oMoc. Their Haptist convention had boon broken up, and thoy woro going homo on the southbound train, ami had an ho...

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 December 1900

1P? ^attwtts ^htttmtv. VOL. XVJ. LAURENS S. C, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER i9, i9C0. NO 17 u n u u n n u **THE SHADOW** t* OP THE n CORDILLERA;* ** Oi', The Maonofia F'ower. n ?o? BY VIRGINIA LEILA WENTZ. ?? CopvmonT, moo, TV Bv Kkvim Waroman. ****'? n n u ? n u n CHAPTER VII. Unna had returned from the country with ?nrk half circles under her eyes and :111 her pretty color tcmie. "Too many long walks, ton much vie lent riding sind that sort ot thing, I've overdone it.*' she explained ?., Mrs. .Morris. But she added, seeing the look of distress on thai lady's face, "I'll soou freshen up you'll see!" She did. And when t|M. Ron son open ed she been tue uiosl popular; she was here and there and everywhere. The piquancy of her foreign flavor gave her bii additional nttrnctlveness. Her so cial triumphs now for the drat Unjo fully awakened the Important De Witte to her charms, and he wondered at his former comparative apathy. As to Liana, the awakening distress ed her greatl> lie was his mothe...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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