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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 23 January 1901

rilK ADVERTISER. Subscription Prl<.18 Months, *i.r>o l'ayahlo in Advance. lt. W. BALL, Editor. Hat?? for Advertising. -Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, ono inser tion,$1 .00; eaofi subsequent insertion, 60 cents Liberal reduction made for large Advertisements w. w. Ball, Proprietor. LAUKENMi S. C, .IAN. 28, 1901. Our Solons. Under this lead our purpose was originally to keep close watch upon our own members and to chionlolo their motions and speeches, hut the promi nent matte S before the Legislature we shall also be careful to note. Goodwin, onr S. uator, is a young man, is largely self-educated, a native of this county, hut bright and level headed, a successful farmer, residing five miles from 'his city. He has served a tnrm n the House and is not unacquainted with the ways of states man McQowan, of the House, is a lawyer in go tl praotloe, was raised on a farm and can still run a straight furrow and is serving his first term. He is u Col lege graduate. Nichols is not t...

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. — 23 January 1901

Iteiwl This. Mr. Riddle, of Waterloo, is solicit ing new subscribers for Tun Adver T1SER und Mr. Graydon is doing tho same work for the paper iu Dials town ship. Roth of these young gentlemen are meet'ng with success, but we want a worker for tho paper, in fact would bo glad (o have two or three in evory t ?wnshlp in the county. A lib oral por cent, will bo given on collec tions. Evory sack and barrel of Hransford's Hour bears tho Antl-Adultoration League trade-mark, and a lasted for feit of $lt>oo is a guarantee of its puritv. rnsist on your grocer giving you Hransford's goods. Subscribe for The ADVERTISER aud The Cultivator togothor, a dollar and a half. The Southern Cultivator. 'Phis splendid agricultural paper, which a farmer once reading can never do without again clubs with the AD VERTISER and the two can be bad for a dollar and a half cash down. Every fainter who takes advantage of this offer will congratulate himself every day in the year, as The Cultivator is chock full ...

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. — 23 January 1901

The Laurens Advertiser $i.<;o Per Year in Advance. 1901 JANUARY 1901 su it 13 20 27 Mo. 14 21 28 Tu. _8_ 16 22 29 We. 9_ 16 23 30 ja _3_ 10 17 241 31 Fri. 11 18 25 Sjtt 5_ 12 19 26 PHIL DENNETT'S "HIGHBACK." hy john DO yd CLARKE. Copi/riuM, 1000, hu John Uoyd I lathe. DOTTED over the great grain prairies of upper Minnesota nru many little communities of unpalntcd plank cottages or even of "soil" houses whose Inhab itants possess more of the characterls tlcs of the old time Yankee thiiu the present occupants of our New England homesteads. And the reason for this it? plain. These western Yankees au> lineal descendants of our best Puritan stock and In migrating to their prairie homes from the rugged New England hill farms took the peculiarities and homely virtues of their ancestors with them. Boston "culture" has been 111 tered over tho New England farm steads, nnd the old time Yankee or the old fashioned Yankee community Is an Impossibility In tho east. But these westerners disp...

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. — 30 January 1901

TlIE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Carrying Concealed Weapons and IncreaaitiK the Chnln Gnngs. in the House of Representatives ou Saturday there was a general light ovei the bill of Mr. Cooper of LauroUB to re gulate the Bale, manufacture and carry* iug of firearms. The bill prohibited the carrying of pistols, concealed or exposed, less than 'M inches In length and weighing less than three and a half pouudi. Mr. Cooper answered a number of i|UC8tions put to him by members of the house. lie bad carefully considered the constitutionality of the bill aud bad consulted member of the circuit court. These hud all told him that the b 11 is constitutional, and does not violate the fundamental right of citl'/.OUB to bear arms. Mr GaMucbat saw merit in the bill. 1? is constitutional. Mr, J. 0. Robertson favored the hill It .would keep rullhvns from going to town Balesdays with pistols Btiappod around them. Nobody but "niggers and cowards carry pistols." Mr. Beamguard spoke in its support He wanted to oil...

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. — 30 January 1901

THE ADVERTISER, Subscription Price--ri Mouths, $1.60 Payable in Advance. II. W. BALL, Editor. Hhiton for Advertising.?Ordinary A?i vertlsoments, per square, one inser tion, *i ,00; each subsequent insertion, f>0 rents Liberal reduction made for large Advertisements. VV. W. Hai l, Proprietor. LAI Kl VS. S. C, JAN. :t0, 1901. Our SolOll8. The pestiferous elections are now over and our Legislators arc knuckling down to their work like little men and arc not wti8tir.g rauch time In Idle talk. Tillmnn had to bo elected over again, forty Senators and one hundred and twenty-four members of the House, blundered by electing him a week ahead of the legal time. They aro ex cusable on the plea that dobiter some times nods, much less mere mortals. Citi/.eti Ashley, of Anderson, is evol Utlng into a leader of the House, ard it? a tub* ho CUI ries Ins "pint" and ' wins oir. ' whenever lie talks Ills engl is h as she Is ".-poke" by the Citizen is pot always the most grammatical, but every educat...

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. — 30 January 1901

Clippings from Ilenea Path Chronicle. A. T. Malooy and wife of Laurensi visited Mrs. Laura Kay last Sunday. J. v. cuts, a prominent farmor of Laurent county, was in the olty yes terday. J. K. Allen, of Princeton, passed through Honea Path Monday on his way to Washington, where ho* will ae COp' the position of private secretary for Congressman Joe Johnson. Mr. Allen Is ono of the brightest and most capable young men in tho county and Mr. Johnson has made a wise choice. Ed. Advertiser. Take No Substitute. Do not lot your grocer scud you some Hour that"ls just as good as Bransford's, made at Owonsboro, Ky ' Thon? Is none SO good. Besides, your grocer does not know who'thor the Hour is adulterated or not. Tho Ant'.-Adulteration Lenguo trade mark is an absolute! guarantee of the purity of Bransford's hour, if you want the best patont, ask your grocer for "Clifton": if second patont, ask for "White Pawn": if straight, nsk for "Golden Crown." Thoy are sold under a guarantee that thoy are t...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 30 January 1901

? , QUEEN VICTORIA'S LONG REIGN ENDED. The World's Oldest Ruler Has Passed Away. EDWARD VII BEGINS HIS REIGN. Incidents and Anecdotes of Mother and Sun. OgllORMI IlOUHR, IttlO Ol Wright. .Inn. 12, i:.*6 p. IM.?** H?l' MuJt'Ktjr, tin- ^iii-oii, l>reatIi ??<i bor UiHt at e.M) p. in., surrounded by her children und grand children." Coweh, liloof Wright, Juuuary 83.?Queen Victoria Ib deud am Kdwuid vn rclgus. Tlic groatost event in the UlOlDory of thin generation, the most BtUpondoUS change in existing conditions that could possibly bo imagined, has taken place quietly, almost gently, upon the miniver sary of the death of Queen Victoria's lather, the Duke of Kent. The end ol this career, never equalled by any woman in the world's history, came in a simply furnished room in Osbornc house This most respected | of all women, living or dead, lay in a great four-posted bed and made a BUTUUkOU atom, whose aged face and ! figure were a cruel mockery of the fair I girl who in ls;j? began ...

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. — 13 February 1901

VOL. XVI. NO. 2* . TUE ?1CNERAI, ASSEMBLY 'I ho following summary of legisla tive proceedings during the pasl weeli gives some of the mi?st imporluui dh> ciisdons upon peuding measures: I II I ( IUI.n l.AiioK IjUJ'.sTlON IN Till-: SKNATK. The lull to piohihit child labor in Ihe cotton mills was taken up, ami Senator Henderson, of AiKcn, was the lirst speaker. He said in substance : This is surely an interesting, mo mentous and irrepressible quest ion. Hence, it is our duty as legislators to approach it calmly and dispassionately, and in whatever wo do to endeavor lo act in a conservative a:.d prudent man ner. It is simply the question which has assumed so many phases, shapes and forms in (he unnatural struggle between labor and capital which has always existed and always confronted the lawiuaking power ever sin20 the lirst law was made?Uli natural, because labor cannot piosper without capital and capital canuot thrive without labor. Nevertheless, it is before us, not only for the...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 13 February 1901

THE ADVERTISER. -,Wg*y*r*r-" .. ... . _ ." ~ . Subscriptlou Price-.r.2 Mouths. $1.60 Parable lu Advance. it. w. ?Abb, Editor. Hat?? for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one inser tion, *t .00; each subsequent insortion, 60 oonts Liberal reduction made for largo Advertisements. w. w. Ball, i 'cooriotor. LAUKENS, s. C, FEB. 1?, 11101? Our Solans. 'I he iii'j ' omroittee recommended a commission to sit not more than -10 days to devise 'i>h laws and report at the next session. Those recess committees are holiday parties and good rarely coiueu of them, a member of tin* Leg islature ought io be ubl? to provide suitable leji slution for the State upon any and all interests. A member of the I ogislal uro who will study the fish ques tion and doviso legislation which will opon our streams clear for shad und other harbor tish may be Governor and rule the roost in this Stale. A story is. told ol >he erection Of a dam at the mouth of the Saludu eighty years ago which obs...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 13 February 1901

i .ike \?> Substitute? i? p uoi loi youI* grocer Bsud you some . thui 'Is ii t ft" good as Bransford's, ui Owensboro, l\y " There , rone >o [food. Besides, your 'rocoi doos not kuow whether i he ilour Is adulterated or not. The Anti-Adulteration League trade murk is uti absolute guarantee of the purit) ol Uransford's Hour. If you want 01 si putont ask your grocer for ? on'*: ' second patent, ask for Whio 1 ii .?? ' : if straight, i sk for ( o in Crown." They uro sold under ,i . lurantco tliat tiioy are the host and Presentment of Graud Jury. To Hi> Honor. .1 0. Klugh, Presiding .< udge: Tl Grand Jurj bog loave to make io r iii-t presentment. \Vi have passed upon all bills of lo ll outs presented for our considers lion ui the prosenl term. \\. have \ If Ited t he county poor house, and lit d -um?' in good condition, and the inmates arc comfortably provided for, mil that the Poor House is well kept. IM improvements recommended by e former Grand Jury have been null >? bc...

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 February 1901

The Laurens Advertiser. Si.so Per Year in Advance. 1901 FEBRUARY 1901 nuns; n u 8 8 T tt tt II.? n BY GEORGIANA EVANS. 8 tt 8 8 tt 8 8 8 IKNOIT and I were In c of our game of chess nid enough to say thai I,*The fool, play tho best gmue of all the chateau's company when came the pnge oi* the Demoiselle Alys to say that his mistress followed upon him and hade us attend to speak with her. "Clo tell thy mistress, my butterfly, that when SllgC and holy men are in council" 1 begau bravely enough, when the arias parted behind the Stripling and a rose, Hung smartly, struck me on the mouth. Next cninc the Demoiselle Alys herself, carrying a great nosegay of her weapons, it be ing June and her birth month, she bole the seal of It on her cheeks and in her eyes, which were blue as pan sles, and clad In her gl'COH silk frock she seemed but n not her rose. For the Demoiselle' Alys was the merriest of ladies. When she was no longer than my bauble, I held her upon my knee, and 1 remember that she l...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 February 1901

The South's Greatest Orator. SaTgent S. Prenths Three miles from dm historic old cily of Natchez, Miss., which, from iib high bluff*, bus for nearly two cen turies looked ll )W'i upon the father of water* a* it Hows oil us eoaseh >s course to the .sen, i* located the grave of Sargent Smith l'renliss, the great Southern orator, lawyer and scliolu who in the ante helium (lays elcetrilled the world with his matchless eloquence. A half century ago Sargent Smith l'reutiss occupied a position in the world of oratory unsurpassed by that held by any man in the present day. A half century ago his name was on every lip in the Southland, ami hi* lame wus known lo almost every citi zen of the United States. The boltl be possessed on the hearts of bis country, men was nothing short of idolatry and the country has not since produced his etpml as wizard with word* ami a liter ary genius. I'm now his name and fame are al most forgotten except among those few who lived during the days < 1 his ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 February 1901

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription Prhco-12 Months,$1.60 Payable in Advance. B. W. HALL, Editor. Hates for AdvcrHslng.-Ordinary Ad vertisements, per squaro, one inser tion, $1 .uo; each subsequent Insertion, fit) cents Liberal reiluetion made for larire Advertisements W. w. Ball, Proprietor. LAUKENS, s. C, FEB. 27, luul. Tamed So-to-Speak Washington, Feb. ID. -1'reaident end Mrs. McKinley gave their regular annual dinner at the white house to night in honor of the Supreme Court. Senator and Mrs. Til I man, Representa tlve and Mrs, i.ixey, Representative and Mrs. Fleming und Representative and Mrs. Klliott were among the guests. We all change with the times A few yea s ago it was plain lb n Tilltnan, of "Hu er-," making his wet kiy visits to the li tl ? town of Augusta to dispose of his surplus butter, eggs and other farm truck. Now we have our homi -spun Senator, who formerly dodged the Co lumbia Club as a Pest House, in full evening cost nine, with hi. logs under the mahogany of Buchinha...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 February 1901

Fine Music. The music at tho First Baptist church yesterday was very fine and greatly enjoyed by tho largo congre gation The voluntary chant- "An dels of Liirht," with solo? by Mrs. T. F. Jones and Mr R. A. Ballowo was finely rendered. Tho offertory solo by Mrs. E. T. Long and violin obligate by Miss Lorkwood, of Union Female Col lege, was a gem of melody that de lighted the hearers. Mrs. Jonos has a clear sweet soprano voice and whon she sings in the different ehoirs in the city hor friends and rdmlrors are pleased and appreciative. -F-ufala, f Ala.) Dally Times . Misses Gertrude and Stella Mock, of Laurens, spent Sunday In town, the charming guosts of Mrs. R. P. Adalr. The College base bull team has se cured Ml*. Nooll.of Virginia, us pitcher this season, and Capt. Smith promises a number of lively trumes ore long. The team will bo fitted out In uniforms,made of college colors Clinton Gazette. Listen to the Racket - we aro all (ptiet people, but our prices won't keep quiet. 10 pie...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 February 1901

Che Laurens Advertiser.; $1.50 Per Year in Advance. 1901 FEBRUARY 1901 Su. C T 10 17 24 Mo. 11 18 25 Tu. We. Th. 12 19 26 6 13 20 27 14 21 28 Fri. 8 15 22 Sat. 9 16 23 0*0*0*0*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o * + o * o o o mm!, S o * ?V (ITCI.irKE HYNK. * ? * ooPYHioiiT, n??1, bv cirrcLirrK uvnb. o 0*0*0*0*0*0*0*0*0*0*0*0*0*0 CONTI.I DKI) KIIOM I.AST WERK. ] A mob of men, sulky, sullen ami afraid, stood round the hatch, and one of these, when the poor remains came Up and BWUtig to the roll of the ship over the side, cut the bowline with his knife and let the carcass plop Into the raging seas. The chain clashed back again down between the Iron combings Of the hutch, and the two mates below went on with their work. No one of fered to help them. No one, as Kettle grimly noted, was made to do so. "Do your three mates run this ship, captain?" asked Kettle ut last. "They are handy fellows." "If you ask ine, I should call them .poor drivers. What for do they put lu lall the work themselves when there I...

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. — 6 March 1901

THE OUTGROWTH OF CONVICT LEASES. il\a<;<;i:i<athi) storils in a northern nhws^rkr WIkU a Conespomlcnt Has Said About the Stockades in An derson County. An Attempt to Revive Sectional Hatreds and Prejudices [Tito Philadelphia North American sont a cone nomlent to Anderson County for the evident purpose of making a sousationul aft'air out of tin' ro> (cut exposures of unlawful conduct at tho convict stockades, and the mission of thy correspondent lias hcon faithfully carried out, us will he seen by the following extracts from his account of the alleged slavery conditions existing tliej^. A careful rending of this correspondence will show that iucls arc Jowly woven with sectional bias and prejudice in order to produce the de sired effect in the North, and these extracts are printed so that our rtadeis may know to what extent this section is being uialigucd.] Couir.Mma, S. 0., Fr1?. 24.?Slavery exists in this Male to- lav and in as barbarous" a form as before the war. Tbo wh...

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. — 6 March 1901

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription Price 12 Months, $1.60 Payable in Advance. It. W, BALL, Bdltor. Rates for Advertlslug.?Ordlnary Ad vertisements, per squaro( oon inser tion, $1.00; oa< n subsequent Insertion, 50 cents. Liberal reduotion made for large Advertisements. w. \\\ Ball, Prourlotor. LAUKKNS. S. <*., Mar.?, 1001. The Anderson Scandal. in a very low words Tub adver tise", said in lasl IsSUO tbut JudgO lienot'H harangue lo tllO Anderson grand jury w.i^ a mistake We also suggested thai the stockade incident in And' i son count \ was an exception and not the rule in South Carolina. It turns out now thai the great 'yellow" jour nals of the North IUI their bhoe'.S with stories ? f untold horrors of a new slav ery in South i arolina. Not columns, whole p gos of sensational ?tuff Is writ ten up ol supposed horrible conditions with pictures of s'uvos in stripes, over seers with blood hounds, snot guns, rilles and other instruments of torture and punishment for tho new system of slu...

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. — 6 March 1901

B. F Halentine, wio hut been with tho Spin tun Mlllo for livo or six years, will move to the Laurens Mills this week, where ho will command hotter wages. He lias also acted as sexton of Green St, eburoh and will be missed by tili? church, of whloh ho was a most consistent member. Spartanburg Journal. Messrs. Puckett and Sims, of Lau* n ii- county, were In town one day last week I hey are negotiating with J, vh n Kinitli for his ginnery down at \ \. V mold's, two miles oast of Cokes bury, llonon I'ath Chronicle. Municipal Heglstrnllou. Ward 1?60; Ward 2 50; Ward :i 1)0; Ward 17?: Wanl 6?90; Wardtt ? 86. Total 398. Ladies' all linen white handkerchiefs at 10 cents at O, B. Simmons. Declination. Some of my friends havo been kind enough to suggest me as a candidate for Alderman from Ward ;") 1 am much obliged to my friends, but it would be impossible for mo to serve, if elected, and 1 therefore most rospectfully de cline. 0. ' . Fkathekstone. He Careful of Your Health. Soe that every sa...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 6 March 1901

i p COPYIUOUT, 1100, l?V <? v. in ii o^<>-!<>JO?l<>?J??>!?ocJ?I?o?:?o?:^>^?!rw,?r>?,?': * *T Til AT." says I. -Mh. rats: \ H / :, vs 1 "The bloke hu'stcd ye in tli.' J?l\V, and ye V Y ilidn't do Uollllll to 'lui. Ye ain't no good," I says, and I lays In and knocks tin- hid about good. "Now," says I w In n I w as through, "will ye llvk that bluko or will I pound ye again?" So In- hunts up that bloke, win. whs a heap bigger than Sammy, and I situ it was a square do, and Sammy knocked "nn out i" the tenth round. See? If it hadn't been Tor that llokln that I guvo Sammy Oweil that made 'I111 fight most des p'rnto, that Kid would have been n ?Iis greet! t<> tin- ward, no In- would. 1 tell ye, rollers, there won't bo 110 monkey business with Lieutenant Sammy Ow eii from West Point, 'cause I seen to that when Sammy was s<> high and 1 was champion lightweight of the ward. I was 1 lie uiiiUin of Sammy, and ho thinks the w orld of me. See?" in the long...

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. — 13 March 1901

VOL. XVI. NO. ?'? * . THE ANDERSON LABOR CONTRACTS. Thirteen Men Are To Be Indicted. " Free Laborers" Were Treated As Convicts. OVERSEERS AND GUARDS SHACKLED AND CRUEL LY BEAT THEM. [The special COmtnillee of the grand jury of Anderson County, appointed to investigate the labor contract* used by certain parties in that county, together with the abuses to negro laborers under them, recommended the indictment of thirteen men for cruel treatment of laborers ami convicts, und also the in dictment of Magistrate .1. .1. Gllnier for misappropriating court foes. The sum which it is charged that (iilmer appropriated is small, hardly more than Ufly dollars. His case is of small importance beside that Of the other tint teen nun who are indicted. The, Unding of the committee was as follows . 1 A special correspondent of The Stale writes as follows from Audcr>on in ad vance of the report to the grand jury : From time to time for the last year or two a word has been dropped here and there abou...

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