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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 16 October 1901

THIS ADVERTISER. Subscription Prlce?12 Months. $1.50 Payable In Advance. P. YY. PALL, Editor. Kates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one inser tion, ?1.UU; each subsequent insertion, 60 cents. Liberal reduotion made for largo Advertisements. W. W. Ball, Proprietor. LAURENS. S. C, Oct. 1?, 1901. Democrats and Republicans are the grand classification. Tho Republicans are the "Ins" and can afford to be gen orous. McKinley was classed as broad and generous and justly so. Roosevelt is abused roundly because of a just prido In kindred who fought on the confederate losing side. At the same time tho two parties are as wido as the poles apart on distinctive lines. Re publicanism is centralism?nationalism ?and the party has its mission?to make this a monarchy in fact, nomi nally republican?with all tho para phernalia of an empire?a great navy, a grand army, colonial donendenoies. There is but one force to neutralize this tendency?this all butdoolarcd purpose and policy, ...

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. — 16 October 1901

All in the Asking. Ask fur a sack of flour and you get the Hour that boat suits your dealer. He may caro moro for his profit than your health. Ask for "Clifton", and Jrou get the host and purest flour sold n tho South. Men's suits and overcoats luxuriously lined and superbly tailored. All sizes, $3.00 to $18.00. J. E. Mlntor & Bro. Buck's Stoves are guaranteed to cook to please you or money refunded. Call in and see our line. 8. M. & E. H. Wilkea. Boys' suits and overcoats, sizes 8 to 10 years, $3.00 and upward. J. E. Minter & Bro. Only 150 different chamber eets to select what you want at our store. The prettiest lino wo have ever had from $2.05 to $15.50 per set. S. M. & E. H. Wilkes. Clothing?Tho very best makes and the prettiest patterns we have ever ehown. Davis Iioper & Co., Famous Outfitters for both sexes. If you want a nice bat rack call in and soe our lino. We can please you. S. M. & E. II. Wilkes. You are always welcome at our store to Eoo our line...

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. — 16 October 1901

SWEET REVENGE Mr Captain P. A> niTCHSL, Author of "Chattanooga," "Chlckamauga," Kto. Copyright, 1807, by Harper & lirothors. -H-H l"l I I ?!? 1-1I'M IW-H-f1 CHAPTER XI. bt kaliko tue oun8. JAQU ELI NE once more becnme nn object of undivided Interest. Tho men crowded about tier, staring at her, uttering exclamations of admiration, vainly seeking a wny to do her honor. Presen. ,, they cut sap lings, out of which they constructed a rude chair, decorating It with twigs, and one 111 favored bandit, to whom nature bad Imparted,^, spark of art, gathered wild tlowcrs with which tc put on finishing touches. When the Beat was completed, the men looked awkwardly at Jack, and the captain, presenting the tips of his Angers, led her to her Improvised throne. Helen, who at the first sign that I was to bo temporarily spared had recovered her equanimity and had Infused some of her restored cournge Into Jack, saw at once tho advantage of keeping up her cousin's popularity. Seizing some of - th...

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 October 1901

BIM, ARF ON OlVD HI8TO?Y. He Ooze Back to Julius Caesar and; Then Touche? Andrew Tackson. Atlanta Constitution. " To the victor* belong the oilw." This was au old war maxim of thu Romans in Julius Caesar's day?and was akin to that other one, ilvae vioiis," woo.unto the couquereu. In 1831, when General Jackson was sweeping the Meld and removing from Federal oQlce every Whig who had been ap pointed, William L. M.ircy, who was in the United Mal? s Sonate, defended him in a gteat speech and promulgated that maxim, 4* To iho viciors b?.loog the spoils." Ma/cy was a very bril liant statesman, but a very bitter par tisan. He was Governor of New York throe term*, judge of the supreme court, secretary of war under l\>lk, secretary of State under Tierce, and he used tbis maxim just as far as lie was allowed to. He detested the Whig paity and defined au old lino Wh'g to bo " a conceited gentleman who took a drink when ho pleased and n'wer voted the Democratic ticket." This reminds mu of an ...

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 October 1901

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription Price-12 Mouths, $1.50 Payable iu Advance B. VY. BALL, Editor. Mates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, nor square, ono inser tion, $1.00;oach subsequent insertion, 60 cents. Liberal reduction mado for largo Advertisements. YV. W. Ball, Proprlotor. LAURENS. S. C, Oct. 80, 1001. Nothing- In a Name. ??A roso by any other name would smell as sweet." There is no doubt about this proposition of tho great dramatlo poet. "Commercial Democ racy "Is tho pseudonym under which McLaurin and followers have been kissing hands and swapping favors with the late President McKluloy and the present "frco lanco" President, the Rough Ridor. Nobody will be fooled by the name. "Commercial nomoc racy" is good enough to pass for Mc Kinloy and Roosovelt republicanism. Why, tbero is nothing in a namo. A rose by any other n:\nio would smell as sweet. Thon indeed, ail tho gentlemen who are aocopting olllce, favors, and dinings and wfnings, and kissing glassos with the Rough ...

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 October 1901

Important Notice. There aro a number of subscribers On our books who have allowed their accounts to accumulate until they amount to a sum which it is Inconve nient to moot. We want our bonks up to date and to start afresh with all sach delinquents so wo make the following offer: To ovory man, owing moro than throe dollars, who will settle in person or by lottor, by the 20th of No vember wo will glvo a rocelpt to dato ou his paying half his Indebtedness. Come in and pay us half and wo will lot you start afresh with a clear receipt to date. Wo don't want to lose any of our subscribers and we understand that many men fall behind moro through carelessness than anything else, and so we olfor everybody a chanco to straigh ten up with us. This is only open to subscribers owieg more than three dollars. Taxpayers of Knillvau Township Meet, Thero was a meeting of tho Tax payers of Sullivan Township on Satur" day tho 20th iust., to detorniino what to do In regard to paying the special Kail roa...

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. — 30 October 1901

SWEET REVENGE Djr ; Captain P. A. niTCHEL, Author of "Chatt?uoog?," ??Chlcluuuauga," Eta. [ Copyright, 1807, by Harper & Urothera. CHAPTER XV. woman's im.uck. AFTER this second defeat we could tee the guerrillas gath ered In n knot, evidently dls- i cussing the situation. They talked so loud that we could often ca?cb a word, and their gesticulations were plain to us all. At last the cap tain took a white handkerchief from bis pocket, fixed It to a stick and. hold ing U over his head, advanced toward us. "A flog of truce!" we all exclaimed together. "He's going to offer us something to eat!" cried Jack. "I knew he wouldn't let us starve!" j stepped over the breastworks to go and meet the bearer of the Mag. Buck called out: "Tell him I'll take some fried chick en fo' mine!" 1 met the captain at the spot where we had built our Ore. LI is arm was In a sllng. and he was very pale. Some thing told me that he did not relish the work In which he was engaged. "Eve come to tell yo'." he s...

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 November 1901

"Till iht ~fl SfltWIt^ ^flttlWttfSPf* OL. XVII i iriRFNt: q r , WEDNESDAY. NOvEMBEBER 6, 1901. NO. 14. THE QUJSS CION OF Tflfi HOUR Arc the Filipinos Capable of Gov erning Themselves??Facts and Opinions From an Unprejudiced Source. Congressman John F. Shnfroth, of Colorado, has just returned from a visit to the Philippine Islands, t>nd herewith is given u siatement of his observations: If tho Intelligence of the Americans is to bo taken as the standard by which tho capacity for self-government is to be determined, then it is very doubtful whether any other people arc capable of establishing and maiulaiuiug a re publican form of government. Every country has peoples of high and low order of intelligence, and if wo aro to asBumo that tho men of lowest order of civilization are to rule, we might ex clude from self-gove nment i vory na tion on earth. Ii is tho cxpeiicuce of mankind, however, that tho intelligent classes in all Ihe countries rule. That being true, there are very few p...

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 November 1901

TUE ADVERTISER. Subscription Price--18 Months, $1.601 Payable in Advance. V. W. BALL, Editor. Kate. Tor Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, nor squaro, one inser tion, J'-.OO; eaon subsequent insertion, 60 oonts. Liberal reduction made for largo Advertisements. W. W. BAT.L, Proprietor. LAURENS, S. C? Nov. 0, 1001. South Carolina College. The-Alumni of this noble old State Institution will celobrate Its Centenlal at Charleston during the Imposition, on the 19thof December. It was char tered by Act of tho General Assembly 1801. Hundrods of its graduates havo been distinguished In the history of tho Stato. Among theso Laurens has a prominont place In making history. In theclassof 1312 was Beaufort T.Watts, Secretary of State, and Forolgn Minis ter; in 1810 James H. Irby, Lelut. Gov ernor: Richard F. Simpson, Congress man; In 1810 Franklin IL Elmore, United States Senator; In 1828 Robort H. Speers, Stato Reporter; In 1848 William D. Simpson, Lieut. Govornor, momber Confederato Congre...

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 November 1901

Important Notice. There aro n number of Sibserlbern on our books who have allowed their accounts to accumulate until they amount to n sum which it la inconve nient to meot. Wu want our bo tks up to date and to stnrtafresh with alt such delinquents so wo muko the following offer: To every man, owing more than threo dollars, who will SOttlG In person or by lottor, by tho 20th of No vember we will givo a receipt to date on his paying halt his Indebtedness. Come in and pay us half and wo will lot you start afresh with a oloar recoipt to dato. Wo don't want to lose any of our subscribers and we understand that many men fall bohlnd more through carelessness than anything olse, ami so we offer everybody a chanco to straigh ten up with us. This Is ouly open to subscribers owing more tlian three dollars. Tho State Fair. Columbia correspondent Greenville News: Columbia, Oct. 31.? Tho Stato Fair is In full bla?t and the all-cngrcs?ing object of Interest and topic of conver sation. The fair gro...

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. — 6 November 1901

WW-H-i-i-'WH-H^^-:-:^:-;' ?h-h-i-wh i mm ^ SWEET REVENGE By C&pt&ii? IP. A- /A-TCHEL, Author of "Chattanooga," "Chlokamanja," Kto. x On AFTER XVI. a ijuole call. THE night passed without an at tack. I prepared a flro as bo fore, but It was not needed. Day dawned, and we could Bee that the guerrillas had made them selves more comfortable, having con structed a rude hut of boughs for shel ter, showing conclusively thnt they In tended to wait patiently for the starv ing process to do Its work. Dining the dny the remnant of the provisions Jack had purloined was con sumed and the command was supper- | Iobs. Agnin we entered upon a long, weary night All except myself were I so worn that they evinced little care for watching. They were getting be numbed, a condition which comes at last over one hunted for his life. As ror me. my position was harrowing. My devoted friends who bad made tho attempt to rescue me were starving, and, to crown all, Helen Stallforth, who had Instigated the...

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 November 1901

VOL. XVII T.ATTRFM9 ^ C , WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBEBER 13, 1901. " NcTTs NOBILE TRIBUTE TO A GREAT HERO. l?cc'a Recognition of Defeat and His Decision Against Further Resistance. At a r.-ccnt incctiug of the Massa chusetts antiquarian society. IIou. Charles Francis Adams said : Tho present seems a proper occa sion to call attention to a matter gcr mane to the purpo.se of this society. IlistOMcal in its character, it conveys a lo8bon of grave import. One of tho most unhappy and disastrous wars of the century is now dragging itself out iu South Africa to a conclusion appar ently still remote. There Is good rea son to think that the conflict by judici ous action, might Ion,'; siuce have been biOUglit Lo U ?.?!?> <? . i ii.ii it io ilun COD tinued simply because tho parlies to it cannot be brought to a sensible basis of adjustment?a basis upon which both uro in reality ready to ngro:. My pur pose is to draw attention to the hair breadth escape we ourselves had from a similar experience t...

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. — 13 November 1901

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription Price-.12 Months, $1.50 Parable lu Advance. 11. W. If ALL, Editor. Rates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one inser tion, $1.00; each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. Liborai reduotron made for largo Advertisements. W. W. Ball, Proprietor. LAU RUNS, S. C, Nov. 18, 1001. Mountain and Mole 11111. It remains to bo seen what the ver dict will be as to Schloy in the Santiago | fight. Ono thing is very dear, how ever: Raynor, chief counsel for Schley, mightily overshadowed Lomly, tho counsel for the prosecution. The contrast was pitiful. Whatever the evidence shows, the argument settled the matter. Raynora speech in con clusion was overwhelming. Wo hone however that it may not turn out like the caso of Pat, the Irishman, in Texas. Charged to plead ho set up "not guilty" but hud no witnesses. Asked by tho dud go as to how he proposed to establish his innocence, "faith, (says he) your worship, by tho argument." Nothing could be more convinci...

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. — 13 November 1901

Important Notice. There are a number of subscribers on our books who have allowed their accqunt-i to accumulate until they amount to a sum which it ii Inconve nient to meet. We want our books up to date and tu start afresh with all such delinquents so we make tho following oiler: To overy man, owing more than three dollars, who will settle in person or by letter, by tbo 20th of No vember we will give a receipt to date on h's paying half his indebtedness. Come in and pay us half and we will lot you start afresh with a clear receipt to date. Wo don't want to lose any of our subscribers and we understand that many men fall behind more through carelessness than anything else, and so we offer everybody a chance to straigh ten up with us. This is only open to subscribers owing more than three dollars. Mr. James Crawford Looses His Arm. Yesterday evening, November 7th, at 3 o'clock tho Tumbling Shoals Cotton Ginnery had just finished gin ning a bale of cotton for James Craw ford. Tho ginne...

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 November 1901

h-m-m- i-'H-h-h-h- k-k~m~:-: 44?wOi H n VI V V VVV V VV1 f SWEET REVENGE Captain P. a? AVTCHEiL, Author of "Chattanooga," "Clilckamanffa," Btc Copyright, 1807, l>y Harper & Kro?icra. CHAPTER XVIII. hktakkn. IWAS awakened by the kick of a heavy boot ami, Opening my eyes, looked b?<o the face of Tom Jny COX. The expression of fiendish Joy that shone through anxious caution froze the very marrow of my bones. Tbo muzzle of Iii? revolver was within a few Inches of my forehead, and his look told mo that a word of alarm or (I motion for self defense would he a sig nal for a bullet to go crashing through my brain. "Git up," he whispered. I stood on my feet. "Move on." It was the dawn of Q beautiful spring morning. The perfume of young ver dure, the Iwilier of buds, rtii ?n>.i slonal eoek crow In the distance, gave l\c the thought that It is delightful to live. Hut they threw over nie as well a contrasting gloOUl, for It seemed cer tain that this fair scene was the last, of thos...

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. — 20 November 1901

vol. xvir t,attpft\js ^ c. WEDNESDAY. NOVFMBEBER SO, 190x. A ROMANCE IN STAID OLD CHESTER Business Men Sign Petition Urging the President to Hold Up Young Crawford's Commission. The Young Lady Had I'ought Her Trousseau. But the Day on Which the Wedding Was Set the Groom Elect Declined to Marry Her. Down in South (Juiolina, at ono of tho oldest and most aristocratic towns in the Stnte, there is a sad little lovo affair that promises interesting develop ments. Indeed, this little romance, which is somewhat in the nature of ?? tragedy of hearts, has been curried to the attention of the War Department in Washington. Dotails are now being awaited, and nil kinds of pulls are being worked to puuish a dashing young army ofliccr for jilting one of the pret tiest and sweetest girls in the Palmetto Stale. To appreciate this pathetic heart narrative, tho reader will have to go back to the beginning and follow me through. It is a touching story, in which love an i disappointment, court, ship and...

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. — 20 November 1901

TUE ADVEHTISEK. Subscription l?rlce?lS Mouths, $1.50 Finable lu Advance. B. ?. HALL, Kditor. Kate? Tor Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per t>nuare, one inser tion, $1.00; each subsequent Insertion, j 60 conts. Liberal reduotlon made] for large Aflvertisements.-' W. W. Hail, Proprietor. ? L.VI' KKNS, S. 0., NOV. 20, 1001. Common Sense. The honorable ambition of every man should go to develop his family by tho pursuit of some honest avoca tion. Thoroaro a thousaud. Ono man follows mining, another tosses wood or shovels coal for a railway engine. At the South hundreds of thousands adopt | farming and largoly plant cotton. It is now estimated that iho Southern crop will reach elevon million bales, In our own country less than threo mil-1 lion bales are manufactured and tho other eight million balos must find manufacturers abroad. Up to this nin mont this surplus has gone mostly tu Liverpool, whenco it finds Its way to] the large spinners and thonce up and down the earth to pur...

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. — 20 November 1901

Important Notice. There are a number of subscriber* on our l? ?oks wbo have allowed tholr i0o uuti iu accumulate until they nuiouot to a sum which it it inconvo I nlent to moot We want our books up to dal ? and tu startafresh with all such delinquents 80 we make tho following olio;*: To every man, owing more than throe dollars, who will settle in pei son or by letter, by tho 20th of No vi in h i- we will i?lvo a receipt to dato (? h's paying half his indebtedness. Coin- in and pay us half and wo will let you startafresh with a clear receipt to ilato. Wo don't want to lose any of our subscribers and we understand that nianj men fall behind more through carelessness than anything else, and so v, t every totly a chance to straigh ten up with us. This is only open to subscribers owirg more than three dollars. Tell Your Grocer What You Want When you order a sack of Hour, be In to tell your grocer to send you "Cllftou," otherwisoyou may get some thing that cost the grocor less but which ....

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. — 20 November 1901

SWEET REVENGE ny Captairj P. A. A\ITCHEU Author of "Chattanooga," "Chlokamauga," Etc Oopyrl?ht, 1807, by Ilorpor ?fc Brothers. CHAPTER XX. A MASQUERADK. WHAT been mo of the others 1 <1I<1 not attempt to discover. I mnde straight for tlie blncksmlth shop and found a smith at Iiis forge. "My good man," I said, "I'm fo'Iowcd .by guerrillas. They'll be In the town 0n a few minutes. Can't you give me your clothes and let me take your place at the forge?" He stood with his hand on the han dle of the bellows looking at me while what I said was slowly making Its way through his skull. ?'Wool, nnn." lie snld at last. "Scotch?I knew It. I'll be tnken be fore I can make him understand." Then to him, "Do you want to save me from death by guerrillas?" "Certain, mon." "Then take oft* that apron and give It to me at once. Not a moment to lose." At this Juncture the desperate posi tion I was In entered his brain, and he worked quickly enough once ho real ized what was wn 'ed. I saw a wool 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. — 27 November 1901

TA TTRFNJS ^ r . WEDNESDAY NOV MB EBER ^7, 19 ,1 VOL. XVII NO. 17. SEN. MXAUBtN TN NW YORK He Defines the McKinley Doc trines?Trade and Commerce Mnst be Extended. Senator John L. McLaurin, of South Carolina, spoko al the Lmuqin l of the Now York Chamber of Commerce on the i '.'Hi inst., responding to llio sonti ment " Tho Monroo Dectrino of tho j Twentieth Century." Ho said : Mr. President and Gentlemen: This is ossonlially a eomnioi cial ago. Iis pro* dominating spirit is ulilitari<in rather than political or sentimental. The rul ing quoblion today with all nations is, wliai can wo do to further industrial developiuont and obtain substantial business pr? spcritj? All political ques- i tions are subordinated to this. The promulgation of tho " Monroo J)octrino *? was considered a bold aud pretentious propaganda on the part of an infaut republic. It was an opon defiance of tho mouaichies of Kuropo, who were combined lo discourago and prevent tho spread of tho spirit of hu man freed...

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