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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 31 July 1901

TUB ADVERTISER. Subscription l'rlco-12 Mouths, $1*60 Payable in Advance. B. W. ?ALL, Editor. Kates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one inser tion, il.00; each subsequent Insertion, f)0 cents. Liberal reduction made for large Advertisements. W. w. Ball, Proprietor. LAUKENS. 8. C, July ?1, 1001. 'Die Testimony AH In. Tbc State lOxeoutlvo Committee met in Columbia on Thursday night, nom inally to arrange u primary for the elec tion of a Congressman of the 7th Dis trict in the place of the late Congress man Stgkcs. This was done and the Primary occurs about Kept. i0tb. The committee consists of forty members, one of each county, and Senator Till man ex-olllcio, he being the state's representative Oil the National commit tee, and of the committee he may be dlsoriued as Magna pars fuit? trans lated, he being the greater part of it. Two sets of resolution.- were intro duced, Olio to require a Congressman to stand by the National Democratic platform of WOO, the canons...

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 July 1901

The Summer School. i; County Summer School for ? . Is hll\ luff ii successful ses-ion. ?<i rJ. it. Wutklns, Suporintond nl ol KJuculion Brooks and Professor I). I) Wallace, of Woffot'd, arc in . ( .Mr. Watkins is the instruc > in Ctography. Mr. Wallace in Kn* ? ii and Miss Kmma Lucas, of tho Mem Inger Seiiool, Charleston, is teach* hi . 11 re is the enrollment of the ? rs now in attendance, the ladies j predominating: > ?s" Miene Little. Carrie Moore, SI um, Mittle Putnam, Helle , < larrle I.ungston. Sallie H. Laug? ... Inn Little, Uuth Manson, Lou I Murllu Maude Martin, Lou Mc? . Lydo Martin l'.uiuui Owen.-, . la P< ' iod. Fnnnlo Anderson. Ma Armstrong, Ola Blakely, Poarlo y. Lucia Ihirksdalo, Anna Bolt, ' melund, Kl?t Belle Cope land, l opeland, Annie Olurdy, Myrtle I icrtson, Blanche Culbortson, Alllo Kichelbcrger, Kate Eichelberger. Lou .-?) ), l'iankle Culbortson, Kminn i rgusou, Lulu Henderson, Martha llel iiiiisi Cenu llonry, Mamie May as, Bessie tludgons, Sue ...

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 July 1901

The Laurens Advertiser $1.50 Per Year in Advance. THJv FARM ICRS' STATU AI/LIANCE. Annual Meeting Held in Columbia ?The Suh-Alliunccn Are to be Reorganized. The annual bossIou "t the Parmors' Statu Alliance was held in Columbia laal week, bcgiunlug on Wednesday night, July 2'1. The chief business he fore the meeting was i<> devise plana to reorganize and rejuvonato the or? gauization. There were about thirty, live or forty delegates of the State convention present. President J, C. Alexander, ol Ooouoo, delivered his annual address to the State Alliance as follows : ?? Urethren of the Slate Alliance. : As usual ii is with inuch pleasure Hint 1 as a member ami a brother in 11>i^ Order am spared by a High lietug to meet you hero once m >ro. I in m\ humble way have Iried to pr< side ovi r tliis Alliance for two years, ai d I Hud, brolhrou, that while I liavo been hon ored by (he Order ami have been treat ed with the greatest r< ;.i by every member, 1 feel thai I lu?vc ...

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 August 1901

VOL. XVII. M TFR EM9 S C WEDNESDAY AUGU T 7, LOJJ NO. i, BII.lv A KP QUO TKS niK SCRIPTURES. He Seems to be At Home With the Bible?The Dree ?i Hook is a Humbug. Atlanta Uonslilution. "And in that day tbo young men shall sec visions and ih<: old men h.d dream dreams; and the handmaidens shall propbtsy." That is what ['oter told the people Oil 'he day of I'onto oost. And l't tor belloved that ihc days foretold by the I'ropllOl .1?nd had already come, fortho dovout men from every nation under heaven wen; there prophesyiug and Bpoaking in overy lan guage. The people said Ihcy Wt?:?? drunk, but L'clor ?aid, "Nu," l*oi it Is only '.? o'clock in the tnorniug." l reckon the topers drank moic in the evening, just as tnoy do now, and went to bod drunk But it has always perplexed me lo lind oul wbon the it or period of working miracles and ^ >?? itii? visions ceased and why the power wns taken away from the men of God. L'aul cuild work miracles lo save 01 lo heal others, hut bud lo die b...

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 August 1901

TUE ADVEttTISEtt, Subscription IMce--12 Mouths, $1.50 Payable in Advance. _ ST W. HALL, Edltor. Hates Im- Advertising. < >rdii; iry Ad vertlsoments, por Bquaro, ono inser tion, $1.00; onch subsequent Insortion, no cents. Liberal reduction mado for large Advertisements. \v. w. Ball, Proprietor. LAUUENS, S. Cm Aug. 7, 11MH. The Cup? The Shamrock Number 2 isou the aea, pulling her way lo New York in tbe hope of carrying the famous cup to Britain, sir Thomas Upton owner of the N tu ht making the contost, and this is his second vonture. He has been a very BUCCOSsful business man, starting a poor lad, establishing many tea shops, growing rich, then in favor with the Quoon, who knightod him.ami now he is a great favorite of King lid ward, and ospccially ol the good and popular Quoon. He will have a tough time in boating the Yankee Yachtmen and we will nil have fun while the race is on, and watch lug tho outcome. There is no money ill il and the fellows who contest for tho possossion ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 7 August 1901

\ NEW JEWELRY STORE. Messrs IL F. ?V LTeswoll Plowing will Bo Into Business Here, Messrs R. F. & Croswoll Fleming. o( Green wood i will upon a lirst-clus* jewelry store in Luurous in tho early full. Thoy will occupy the stand where Mr. I), 0. Crisp now has a grocery es tablishment. These young inon arc the sons of Mr. 1.. '. Homing, <>f 0roenwood, ami nephews of Mr. .1. o (\ Fleming of ti.i- pity. They have business ability, charac ter. ! ash anO energy and will be a wel coine addition to the high-class citizen -let- pi the communlt). .? iaood Move mi Fool A Lyceum Course lor Lauren . weeks ag<> a movement to ar range foi Lyceum course in Laurons iVlntor was - arted by Dr. w. 11. Washington ami Mr. T. 0. Lucas. A membership ol sovonly-flvo was promptly obtained, at a cost of throo do l i - oaoh for a ticket which ad mi it od two people. The course com prlsi . Lhri o outortalnmcuts. Nuu tho Alkahest Lyceum Bureau, of Atlanta, represented by Mr. K. K. Ed wards, propose...

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 August 1901

The Laurens Advertiser $1.50 Per Year in Advance. I The Secret 5? Of the Well How m Boer itoy Proved to tils Grandfather That Ue Wm No Coward. A STORY OF T1IK THANSVAAL, By P. Y. Black. ?? ITTIiB PAUL REUTER was busy wltli Iiis herd of wide horned oxi n far tnoro busy limn usu ni. Tho entile wondered why on earth he did not let thorn wander afar, as usual, ninong the richer, juicier grasses, l'aul could not. Ho was doing double duty. The cattle had to food or lose value but also the housu had to bo watched closely lest he were needed Hum .-, so tho perplexed oxen were remorselessly kept to the shorter grass near the farm buildings. As l'aul now caiiod to im obstreper ous cow and again looked buck at the quiet, deserted farm there suddenly came to his startled ears an alarmed, excited cry from Inside tho fariuhouso: "Kunje ? vordamterl Come back! Thief! Robber! l'aul'." Paul left tho oxen to their own slow devices and dashed to the house, whence came the angry yells, his bare, freckl...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 14 August 1901

VOL XVI) r,/\ TTppMc; WEDNESDAY, AUGU'T 14, 1901. NO. 2. DIvM?CU iC ? AND Ii BrUllIvICANISM A Clear Cul V enccB Hctw<?. > Ullited btntes ?ou. 1). X II Who ,-;>ok?: n! Iii Union lad w ? v '?. forenecs between l'opublicni) in low -: m r. Uendur.h mi issues ;<!<? Intniy 1 ' Ol' (1V< Ml- ; Ii itiohH Htroycil b\ ? ^? ii?--. Of UVtU'.V t it 7A II 1 ? it u of the Differ i the Partie.', in the ? nd i son, "I A ikon, v man meeting in it, ileliuotl I In- tlif t ? I >. indcrat and hi country, its fol ?aitl hi opt ning that nhoil < v hlippi niiiL' j .iiinttiaUid of de illid n i-t tin- duly i iuk?: an active pni i ill Sllch ( \i lit-. ? A - || people, .is a nation,1* In siiul, ?? wo occupy ilio grentcsi oouutry 1 tlie ??nth. Ilorn uiiii.I i!i poahs Ol' liberl : lib I'i v <>i conscience, Ibr ' . speech, nn i lib erty ol religion, s|u; lins b en baptized in Ilm \vai?.i iulveisit,\ and i- now marching up Iho slopi > "I up; : rut prosperity and poWi r." Tin- peopleoi...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 14 August 1901

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription Price-la Months, $1.60 Tai able in Advance. B. W. BALL, Editor. Bates lor Advorllslug.?-Ordinary Ad vertlsoments, per squaro( ono insor tlon,SM.<J0;uach (subsequent insertion, ,r>0 cents. Liberal reduction made for large Advertisements. \v. w. Ball, Proprietor. LAUKENS. S. ( ., Aug. 14, 1?UI. The Old, Old Story. The two days ohatauqua, political pow-wow, at Union lias come and gone. It was not largely attractive, tho at tendance reported at .">()(), showing that the sovereign voters of Union were not so anxious for light after all. The speeches were from beginning of Genesis to Uovelatlons a rehash of the old Story, the argument for and against expansion, subsidy and taritv revision, that has tilled the mouth of the States man for the last two years. Sumc of the speeches were stronger than others, Home more ornately set in jems and flowers and BUgared over und made more palatable Congressman Latiraer was a little "handy" with a pitchfork, after ...

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 August 1901

notation at Union ( hurch. Co. ? ?<*" o' tho I Uli S. ('. ami Co "C" < f t;,. ;i i s. c. Battalion had their doiiuul M inion at Union Church un Saturday. Tho attoudanco was la reo, und with n delightful picnic served by tlx ilaughtor* of 'he ?>1?1 soldiers, tho occasion was groatly enjoyed. A roso ? was adoptou endorsing a Sol diers' Homo by tho Stute. Our dole gat ion In tho General Assembly, Son* utor Goodwin and Representatives Me* i.un, Coopor und Klohols favoring it- establishment. Veterans O. O, 'I I.n ii:. in. M. II. Ferguson and Dr. J. It. Smith ma ''; enthusiastic talks sup. portiug tlio scheme, it was a ploasant day for ami especially the old und natu r< <! gray-boards of the no's- Long ina\ tiny live. t amp Meeting? An old timo camp mooting will bo hold in LnuroiiH from Aug. 23id to Sept. 1st. liby's Urove, where tho campaign incotiiu's liavo bien held, Iiuh hern k c.ned for the meetings. This being it splendidly woodod place it will furnish u beautiful atd...

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 August 1901

M'LA URIN TO THE COMMITTEE. Declines to Step Down and Our,. STRONG CHARGES AGAINST HIS COLLEAGUE The Junior Senator Attempts to Prove Thai ins Vote? and Actions arc Democratic and Says He Will Appeal to the People. L'AKIfi M??i m ain, S. C, August :>, 1001. To the Democratic Executive Com? mittoo, State of South Carolina ?knti.k.mkn : The olllelal notice >>t the action of a majority of your com mittoo of July 20tli was received by mo on August 1st, live days alter it ha ! hot 11 announced in the newspapers. This published announcement was tho Urst uotice 1 had Unit imy action all'cctiug me wits to be takon by your oommitti i I am now oillcially informed that tho majority of your commit ti <? condemns my course in the Bonato, demands my res igmition und undertake! to ox ? from tho Democratic party Twi uty one men luive attempted to usurp the powers of the 00,000 Democratic voters of South Carolina, and an inci lent, in fi meeting culled foi nuother purpose have hastily en...

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 August 1901

Tin: INST'TT Tl. AT ( I, KM SON. Two Hundred Farmers Attend the Sti turner School find Receive Vnlunble 1 tiBtruel Ion. 'I l.i- Matt; I'at nans' Institute which begannt Oleinaon Collion th< liiU.i inst. has been Unholy attended by farniorfi from ever) section of ihc Siato, ntid '.he pi.Iiuj^H hav< been tin* usually liiion Ming lo the ?? dudei t-.'* Who innnilV Ml UlUllCftt desire i?? Ioai'u, Tho presence of so many farm era (his year Indicnlcu that Ibo Institute Idea bus taki n fusl hold upon '.li in. and uoxl season the ?cooiumodntions will have lo l?u gi catty enlargod for Iheh onlorlainnw 1 The following ts-tunmury <>i ifn? In stitute work isenndcnsed from the re ports made by the correspoudciil of Tho Slate: Dr. Ilai't'/.og, in Ins usual UlUucllVi manner, made in introductory >p> ?? ch and tin ii introduced Col. M. I. 1 >?>n aldson, ol the board of trustees, who made the add < h of wcjcomo. Col. Donaldson wa< in n htipp.v mood and spoke well, lie wa...

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 August 1901

TUE ADVERTISE!*. Subscription Price--12 Months, $1*60 Payable in Advance. 11. W. BALL, Editor. Itntcs Tor Advertising. -Ordinary Ad vertisements, per BquarOi ono Inser tion, $1.00; eucii subsequent Insertion, HO cents. Liberal reduction made for large Advertisements. \v. \v. Ball, Proprietor, LAUUENS. S. Cm Aug. 21, 1001. Kultur in Clover. A five mile drive behind an Abbott l?ony on Friday last carried tho editor of this paper over some beautiful L%U rons landscape, and the view was well calculated to enhance his admiration of his native land. The route wus over What wo call the old Greenville road, and tbo objective point was the hospi table home of that veteran fanner, Mr. Ambrose II. Martin. Hard by bis country homo is ono of tho venerable mooting houses of the county,tho Chest nut Ridge Baptist Church, where a protracted service WAS being conducted, by tho zealous and able Castor, Mr. 13. J. Woodward, assisted by a very able, zealous and consecrated Minister, Kov. Mr. Deriuex, 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. — 21 August 1901

Mr. Love Hero. Mr. a w. Lovo, of Chester, roprc son ling* the 8'ate Kx position, mot tho Lnurens committee, consisting of Oapt. J. H. Humbert, W. 1?. Ilurrlsand N. H. Dial) on Saturday. He was also mot by tho lad los committee, with Mrs. J, J. L'lussi Mrs. JohnO. Davis and others. Mr. Lovo is a son of Col. l.ovc, of ChostCl'i a leudillg fanner and block raiser, and Is n farmor himself, famil i?r with ox'iosltions and their work and enthusiastic for tin- counties mnk Ing full exhibits of their resources M tho Kxposition, lie fully and lucidly unfolded to tho committees the work they are expected to do?tho practical ways of doing i'.. and gelling the coun ty exhibit in fjltspo for transportation to Charleston. The undeveloped 4ntn oral resources ol Hie county wero dwelt upon as Important, and particularly emphasised It was considered l>y the Committee that what is the work of too many might bo slighted, and they have appointed Mr. J. D.W.Watts to as sist the toxVnship and county co...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 21 August 1901

The Laurcns Advertiser. $1.50 Per Yea1 in Advance. THE LADY GWENDOLEN By ....EPISODE, j ROBERT BARR. _ \* Copyright. 1901, by ?. S. Mc< Iure ( u. J i.et wealth, let commerce and let learning <lle, Dut leave to in our old nob il l-tie. R voids to that oCfoi t by /^r\ \ unknown poet. ' ' n 1 The ISarl of Stobcross was, oh, so haughty! llo was also proud and went V^^/ ] about with his chill in . , . , ,| the air. Earls can al ways ho recognized by the altitude of their cblns. An Atnerl eau Visitor to England ouco expressed ids regrot t'> me that tin- notables of the British Isles did not go round with large printed labels on their backs tell ing who they were, so that a stranger would not be compelled to follow tin1 example of Theodore Hook, who, meet big a distinguished looking man on tbo Strand, went up to him and Inquired if he was anybody In particular. 'Flu American plaintively said, when 1 re marked t. at the nobility might object to bein? labeled. Unit It would merely h...

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 August 1901

VOL XVii r.A TTRFTMq c- r, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1901. NO. 4. Bllvly A UP AHOUT MARRIAGE What Kind of Girl Should a Young Man Lead to the Altar ? Whou n young mnu falls in love und resolves tu _" i married I reckon iL ia a good ihin^ hat ho ia rockless of tho consequences. I .vas, I know, fori novcr thought <d anything except tho pretty girl and how Itappy I would bo to get in r. i had no thought of trouble or |i ?vi Ity or ?': i< I or war or death. The lime, was tar, far away when the Kilver ?ord wouhl be loosed and Iho golden howl bo broken. As for the girl, sho is more reckless than her lover, even lhough her peril is far grcnli r, lor hera is to ho Iho pain and suffering, the euro and anxiety?the nighl watching and sometimes the hrokon heart. It is a inystoi tome how Iho mothi r ondui'09 it all and holds up her head and kcop8 her strength. Kul lose lor her offspring, maternal low, sustains her. ll is the u'ift of God. Thoro was a marriage in our tOWtl the other day, and us...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 28 August 1901

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription Price--Iii Months, $1,(0 Payable in Advance. lt. VY. BALL, Editor. Kates tor Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, por aquaro, one inser tion,91.00; caoli subsequent insertion, f>o cents. Liberal reduction made for largo Advertisements. w. vv. Ball, Proprietor. LAI 1'KXS. S. ('., Aug. 2s, 1U01. >V. A. Noal, Pardoned. Col. Neal ha-, been pardoned by his Excellency, Gov. MoSvvooney. wearo not advised whothor upon the plea of bad health or not. Col. Neal was Su perintendent of the State Penitentiary and Wtt9 convloted of failing to turn over State fund.-, within thirty days after expiration of his oiliolul term. I'ending his appeal from his sentence the mercy comes. It has been eaid that ho was convicted of n technical violation of law: but this is a mistake ? the ipiestion wa- a simple; one of fact?did he turn over, or did he not. We Buppose the Governor knew what he whs about and we have little criti cism to make. There is no doubt but Neai bad a b...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 28 August 1901

I hr Christian Workers. (i. .? ?>:! i Ulli n numbero( big I i lei.ts uro shining lilted to over ? iIk three services couduotod ? the Christian workers. The organ Friday night uud will ontinuo to Soptoiubor the third it is > a thousand people were tents Suuday evening, but um, rrowds ol people from the re here few of them are living , i. ut*, They como und go or day w ? ??> ir friends la town. ind Mrs. Todd, Mr. Kiuard, of Kpwortl , S. C, Mr. UwingS and Mr. others aro in charge labor in - ugly and with the greatest imii i lev. Mr. Pike, of At . ? hod a very strong sermon lay morning und on Sunday even s'. J, 11 ol mos, who is SO greatly i. i arrived and was moat cordially greeted, . ? < Todd's sweet singing adds . - rviees, whtloMr. Harvey i in des at the organ, and tho ohotr in hers im rhaps forty voices. lih'iui Springs Leased. announced that Glenn Springs, In famous and popular health resort, has l.i i n leafed for a term of live vears m Mr. John K. Garnett, of I Ian &...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 28 August 1901

The Laurens Advertiser.! $1.50 Per Year in Advance. I THE PATH .* i TO PERDITION | By LOUIS VINCENT JJK FOE. 2 CopyrlsAt, 1001, by I<ouUVlncont Do Foo. ROM tho window of Dea~ cou Blrdsell's house tho bright rays of a lamp marked the t< "ks of the country d wl'.di led to the i'i 'til, past the old Quaker meeting house, and, to the left, through tho worldly and Iniquitous village call ed Into existence only a year before by the coming of tho new railroad. This little cluster of bouses, u mush room growth of unpaluted hoards, In cluded, besides a blacksmith shop and general store, both welcome enough In their way, n tavern conducted on wide open principles under the name of Lowden's Halfway House, which had speedily brought tin? locality Into gen oral dlsropute. No one had discovered toward what goal It marked the half way point, unless It was that goal of torment which Is the ending of every' career of Intemperate profPtfacy. In the dining room, which served like wise no a sitti...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 4 September 1901

NO. 5. THE GLADIATORS MET AT ANDERSON M'LAURIN DEFENDS HIS POLITICAL COURSE George Johnstone Makes an Able and Eloquent Reply. The Junior Senator Had Many Friends in the Audience. The unexpected arrival of Senator MoLauriu at Anderson on the .'{Oth ult' gave additional zest to the political meeting, which was tho last of the series in the Piedmont. It so happoued that George Johnstone was in position to reply in regular order, a:u! the discussion between MoLaurin and .Johnstone wae marked by courtesy and ability. The following report of the debate was made by Mr. August Kohn : Tho distinctive feature of the meet ing today was tho discussion between Sonator McLaurin aud former Con gressman .lohnBtone. It was really a superb debate. Senator McLaurin came into the hall with tho most hearty of Welcomes. His friends cheered him time and again aud he must havo felt well over it, be causo he made a capuM speech and he who believes McLaurin cannot take care.of himself is woefully mistaken; ...

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