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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 November 1901

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription Prlco-18 Months, $1.50 Payable in Advance. U. W. BALL, Editor. Bates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, ono inser tion , $1.00; each subsequent insertion, 50 conts. Liberal reduction made for large Advertisements. W. W. Ball, Proprietor. LAUBENS, S. C? Nov. 27, 1901. Hard Times. Nobody oan explain this periodical cry. Now and then tblsgs tighten, the purse strings tighten, and money is al leged to be scarce, and yet nobody can explain or tell the reason why. The usual remedy?economy ?- necessarily enhances the difficulty, and makes mat ters worse. When nobody buys and nobody lends of course there is paraly sis, and business is stagnant. When times get better and easier and confi dence is restored the reason is still bard to Und, tho solution difficult. This Beems to be the situation at the South at this juncture with no particular rea son to bo assigned. There is one way however to partially relieve conditions. It may not always booon...

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 November 1901

Pineapples as Battcriog-Rams. "Tho Piotures and the Pineapples," a story tn tho Christmas McClure's, is chock full of fun and incident of the most original kind. You got Into the swing of It In tho first line, and It fairly gallops you through to tho end. Guf sepp's broken Knglish is irresistible; you like him on the spot, and you follow hlra on his search for Kosa into the squalid tenement district, watoh him broak his way to her with his bag of pineapples and carry her off In triumph with siuMit applause, only wishing you had been there yourself to lend a hand with another bag of pineapples. And the pictures, by Charlotte Harding, tell the story almost as well as the text itself.?By H. A. Crowell. After the grip, pneumonia or typhoid fever, take Hood's Sarsaparilla?it re stores health and strength. A meeting of the corporators of the Anderson Phosphate and Oil Company was he'd in the city last Thursday and organized by electing the following Board of Directors- F. J. Pelzor and A....

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 November 1901

SWEET REVENGE Captain P. A> /AITCHEL* Author of "ChBtUmooicV "OhlckmffiuMJtTK'* Ktc Cop>r1?ht, 1887, by Harper A Brother*. CHAPTER XXII. hunting) mo game. <mf T was the morning of the 11th of April. 1802. I wns nonrlng tho spot I occupied nt the opening of * my story, whore tho bushwhncker hnd sought to kill me, though then 1 wns alone, while now I wns with an advancing army. Five hundred caval ry, a division of Infantry and several batteries of artillery were hurrying down tho road toward tho beautiful city of Iluntsvlllo, lying, tranquil and unsuspecting, a few miles below. Tho Upper cdgo of tho sun was peering above tho horizon, gilding the crest of tho foothills of tho plateau on tho east, the tree tops aiul the roofs of tho neigh boring houses. Tho flowers, which a fortnight iMjfore wero opening, were now In full bloom. They looked luno contly from tho gallons bosldo the road, they loaned lovingly against tho pillars of tho verandas, and from vines trailing over caseme...

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. — 4 December 1901

SKCkKTAY WILSONS ANNUAL HIU'OKT. M.itiy ntatlt iH AfiVetltlg the Kami eis nrc Discussed and lix ? plained , ThO lljrrll :iu.Uli! H(ii|l ul Uio RC'Cr?; tary of iigrfcuhiiiu, Holl. .Jaincn Wjtaun, in cnnHul<jiiahl.y Imgcr than in former yours, rffk>c:ing thereby tin' ^ronl (growth ioiii ?I?: vI - piiii'iit which hn nltoiidcd sins ihpiutmcnl during hi? Administration. Ho nnudtuico? um impoitufil c tlonsioti for the forecast Huld <>i ih? wcnthcr huronU) which now Includes reports . I'iom certain point- in Ilm Kiitish ielo? ntjd on ilu continent of liJuropt, froiu ihd Azoren, Nassau, lli-inuxla ami Turks ist Mid. The Atlantic foiccaal oiiRcd upon 11)080 ropoita bow l<>rm pint of tin: regular nigiit' forecasts issued iri Washington, Throe new forecasts district have beep 08tublixhotl . in HoslO'l. New Oilcans and Duti; mark. An uxiunsiou <<l tbo roiOoaal? to hinnoia through I ho rund free delivery ia contemplate!. .-Mibsiaui inl improvements arc repotted in Ilm dep...

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. — 4 December 1901

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription Pricc--12 Mouths, $1.60 Payable iu Advance. 11. W. BALL, Editor. Rates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, ono inser tion, 91.00; each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. Xtberal reduotlon made for large Advertisements. W. W. B*Ai.L, ? Proprietor. IjAUKKNS, s. c, Dec. 4, 1901. The Anderson Lynching. Lynohing i% not to be tolerated at a great distance from the critic. It is very materially different when the ground for the lynching is at your door and among your neighbors, or per ohance nearer 6tlll. In|Ando-sou a no gro ox-convlct passing a country house and finding only a young married wo man in charge, demanded something to eat. Being given baked potatoes, the only cooked food in the house, he curs ed her and then as she lied deliberately shot her. Whereupon neighbors hunt ed him down and took his life. Now if the death penalty is sound this fellow deserved it and desorvod it quick. The objection to lynching is In the possi bility of a m...

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. — 4 December 1901

The Confereu.co of Interest to Laurens Re A<!crs. Uov. W. K. Richardson has been olocte I editor of the Southern Chris tian Advocato, defeating Dr. John O. Wilson, incumbent. Appointment holds for four years. Lay Delegates to Qen. Conference at Dallas, Texas, May, 1902: Edward Ebrlich, George II. Bates, O. C. Feath eratone, George E. Prince, George C. Hodges and John G. OUnkscales. Clerical Delegates: Rev. W. R. Rtoh ardson, Chairman; Jno. O. Wilson, C. 1). Mann, J. Walter Daniel, Jesse 8. Clifton, Rufts A. Childs. The matter of the removal of the Female College went over for a year. Tho State of Sunday says: "Last night Rev. Watson B. Duncan preached In the Washington Street church. There was a large congrega tion present and Mr. Duncan preaehed a splendid sermon from the text: "And tho first shall be last and the lost shall be first." Ho has recently been sta tioned ut Laurens and is greatly be loved wherever he has preached in the State." Appointments: Princeton, S. W. Hen ry;...

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. — 4 December 1901

REVENGE Author uf "Ohitttntioogii." "OhtcUf?iu?uc?," Etc ?iOXtRht, 1807, by litt-rxx-r Ss Hrothorv, Oil A PTER XXIII. THE VNlOffrllAVKD. IfAUQIIT the troops Just ns they wore entering-toe city. All that we could have wished for was ac complished. The whole territory was surprised and .-defenseless, an<l a hundred miles of railroad fell Into out hands. Machine shops, rolling stock In abundance, telegraph and all other paraphernalia for operating the line were among tho trophies, aud on tho morning aller the capture the men who had been employed under the direction of the Confederate government went to work for the United States. And now followed a rest for three months, a longer stay In one place thnn any 1 experienced during the war. It would have been tho most delightful had it. not been for my estrongoineri'f from Helen Stallforth. Though I win Welcome at her father's house, though tho family apparently became attached to me, though Jack and Hack loved mo as l loved them, Helen...

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. — 18 December 1901

HOT DJJBATK IN TH? SENATE Sensational Scene Between Sena tors Tlllman and McLaurin. The tilt bctwoon tlio Senators from South Carolina baa atracled the atten tion of tho country, and in order tbot our readers may learn what took place botwecn them on tho tloor of tho United Slutes Senato, wo copy tho fol lowing account of tho Associated Press: The Senate chamber was tho scono of a highly dramatic episode to day, when Senator Tillman, of South Caro lina, challenged his colleague, Suuuior McLaurin, to resign with him on the spot in order, to ut.o his own language, that they might bo able "to wash their dirty linen at homo." Senator Mc Laurin did not take up tho gauge. xho exciting scene between Ih? two Senators to-(Tay ? as a direct sequel of the controversy which arose between thorn in South Carolina last spring. Sonator McLaurin aroBe to a quuatiou of personal privilege to-day, and pro c< cdod to explain what he charged was a conspiracy to discredit him in his own Stato for acts ...

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. — 18 December 1901

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription l'ricc-12 Months, $1.50 Payable in Advance. II. W. BALL, Editor. Rates for Advertising.-Ordinary Ad vertisoinonts, per square, ono inser tion, 91.00; each subsequent insertion, 60 cents. Liberal roduotion made for largo Advertisements. W. W. Ball, Proprietor. " LAUKENS, 8. C, Bee. 18,1901. War of Words. ? Sometimes words are things or equally as signillcent. The wordy war between Tillman and McLaurin in so conspicuous a platform as the L'nited States Sonate Chamber ten days ago was ill-timed, ill placed and unseemly. Scowling and browboatlDg can't win. The world laughs atgrluiacy. It was unnecessary because McLaurin is on tho run and done for. Tillman was right and McLaurin has no business in the cauous or councils of the Demo cratio party. But Tillman was out of place in tho contest, with bis pitchfork. Ho ehould have loft the leader of tho Democratic minority to light the quos tiOD?if McLaurin is a Democrat or not aud entitled to a seat on the Democrat...

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. — 18 December 1901

Hardy-henncrl). Mr. John Hardy, of Lavonla, Gaif abd Miss Atuolia Kounorly ?111 bd married next Tuesday at 11:30 a. m. at tho residence of Mr. Alan Johnstone, 0b Johnston Street. They will leave Nowborry by tho midday train for their homo in Goorgia. Mies Konnerly has a great many frlonds in Newberry, where she has spent most of ber life, who rogrot to see her go away and wish her much happiness in her new home. ?Newberry Observor. Wby shiver with cold when 98ots. buys a heavy comfort or a pair of blankets at Tho Hub. A Pertinent Question. When you are otTered "Hour that is just as pure as Olifton", ask if the sack or barrel has the A nti-Adulteration Longue trade-mark on it. That will settle it. Sold by M. H. Fowler and T. N. Barksdnle. HAPTjEY dots. Honor Roll of Owings' High Sohool for month ending December (Ith: First Grade?Marie Curry, 91 i; Beu tah Bryson, 90 5-9. Second Grade?Ostelle Willis, 91; Clarotto Henry, ?0 3-5. Third Grade?Maude Willis, 02 4-5; 11a Long, 924; Rice Hen...

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. — 18 December 1901

WHEN TH? STARS ALL FELL. Bill Arp Tells About the Great Meteoric Shower in 1833. Atlanta Constitution. Shakespare tolls of man's seven ages, but his seven docs not lit our day ?nor indeed, did they lit his own day with any distinct linos of demarcation between them. They glide into each fc other and it is hard to toll where the one quits and tho olhor begins. ' We have infants and school boys aud lovora, but Very few are soldiers, and uot one in a hundred ever becomes a justice of the peace. His sixth ago. does not do justice to our mon and womon of threo score years aud ton, for most of them I grow fat instead of lean, and our big f manly voices have not turned to treble, nor do thoy pipe and whistle in their sound. I can till sing bass to tho long meter doxology and my wifo can sing " Mary had a little lamb " to tho baby. As to the seventh age, which hi pic tures as second childhood and mere oblivion without toeth or taste or oyes or ears or anything, wo never s^e them ?our old pe...

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. — 25 December 1901

UK IS AK OLD MAN ELOQUENT Bill Arp Says* Senator Morgan, of Alabama, Is a Greut Man j AtlnuiH Constitution. Ah 1 )? Miked upou Ibu likeness of General Mntgilt) that graced ibu Nica raii -a headline* iu The Constitution 1 coli Id n -I 11 >' i ? Haying to my*?ii, "Tjioio in a great uiuu. I pray that be may !:-' t?? *?u tht VltUal completed anil In: Mif 'm 11 red gutBt of Ibu bout thai m ' < ibo Iii.-1 tlip aeio-is from OCeall I" oi eon." Ii looks l.ke Provi dern?) i"i'''l ii m up to champion ibat great W'tr? auil b in prexorved bun in beultb ami id NOtinii until at last the bill bn* i?:?->???? i and all ohMa. ic? uro it moved. I kin W that be it* happy ami feela Hrri'ticly triumphant. If I a at an Alaimtn.'in, 1 would feel proud o| Moigan. If 1 wan a Teniii**?\in, I would fe.il proud, for he was horn Un i t and lhero spent ten years of his youth. Hul lam proud of hlmnnyhovv, for he is a .Southern man and all his long puhlio lifo has been unselfish and true to hin peoplo. 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. — 25 December 1901

LtTISKlt. r?e*'lfl Mouths, $1.501 To In Advauce. BALL, ViM?rT~ Mvertlslug.?Ordinary Ad ants, per square, one inBer J; each subsequent Insertion, ants. Liberal reduction made Advertisements. W. W. I > A 1.1,, Proprietor. LACRMNS, H. C, Bee. 25, 1901. Greeting. * To all whom these Presents may come, all the readers of Tub Advkr tihkk?old, middle aged and young sters?A Happy Christmas Greeting. Tub Advbktisbk for a whole year has done its best to make all cheerful and happy. The A dvbktisbk adheres I to its Motto?"Don't take things too) seriously." In every chimney corner, in the mansion of the well -to-do, in the comfortable cottage, in the hum blest cot and hut, there should be an aged, venerablo, Grandma to tell us? "It might bo worse." Remcmbor that millions are crowded in the collars and garretts of cities and In the slums, that know nothing but | hardtimes and want. We of the South, the poorest of us, are better off than those, than thousands, than millions Christmas is our ca...

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. — 25 December 1901

IMPHKSSIYF WEDDING AT THE EPISCOPAL CHUKCH. Major {Way of Laurens aud Miss Camp Putted In Marriage This Morning. AI ten o'clock this morning the many invited gu?0t0 wore assembled ill the Kpbcopal churuh to witness tire mar Hagfl ceremony between Mr. Clareuee K Gray und Miss Mary Waller Camp. The church was beautifully decorated with holly and mialctoe and promptly at the hour appointed the bridal party slowly advanced to the altar as the wedding march was played by Miss Bes?te Young. Tho ushers were Dr. Henry M. Holmes, of Union, Dr. W. D. Fer guson, Mr. A. D. Gray and Mr. It. V. Irby, of Laurens. The brldo uttlrod in a brown cloth suit, was led tivtbu altar by her uncle Capt. John Waller Clarko where the gioom with Mr. D'Arcy Gray, awaited bor. Rev. \\ ibnot 8. Holmes, of Luirens, assisted by Rev. Crosswell MoBeO) performed the ceromany, while the strains of "Oh Promise Me" were card as if in tho distance. The soft aed rays of sunlight rested upon the neeling couplo, which gave an...

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. — 25 December 1901

t 'and [any Processes lit Went 'Through Ordinary, uidn Hem In out Is the mod ernd! But [not nlwayB en lu cxlBt i? origin to Iii mine or Fpaek of a r In tho mnlly ono idth Intent, alvcd an |ho eeut lo voibob ? mo ten |o give me century ?r classes aud by Interesting j They were lajorlty not half Inches thoso used fchoH by ono ladles four ITnchcs. Then fea used nbout ^fonglug to nn Eng- I !T~of a century ago | ^lle street, Caveudlsb associated with Lord shand's card Is smaller pf tho family homo In still remains In the collateral desceud JrS so good It deserves Jt would certainly )of tho cards wo TOer If they boro tho Jour friends' homes as lames. implo shows that history * for, although Issued In ith century, tho lady was Iii Monday," as many mod now. Visiting en blunc. t^led-vlz, by leaving a card .ivetty ?heu, und on many S from Italy **lu persona" Id lowlng^that they had been aent JSIfetoiLL" Df cards. Lt this leco ite '.ollo-HHUM?.??.Hum:; iher. Tho Litter, according to Walpole, 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. — 1 January 1902

The Ghoat That He Saw BY JOHN 8WINTON. Ab i have never been a reader of ghost stories, I cannot say whether auy oxpenoD.ee like jthat of which I am about to tell has ever fallen to tho lot of any other mortal. shortly before the American Civil War broke out, forty yea. b ago, I Was living in tho South, at the picturesque capital of the??L'almetto St ito." What kind of a place the city cf Columbia may now be I cannot say, for the old city of the uame that 1 once know was burned during the period of hostilities. But, when 1 lived thero, the Curolin iaus always extolled their capital and were proud of its fame as the most beautiful cilv iu tho S?rth. I bearded' at tho Mansion House, a large and ralber stalely doinicilo near the bead of Main s'.rcet, not far from the broad avenue on which stood the residences of the plantation aristo* cracy, who were tbe owners of herds <>f negro slaves. It was a typical Hpouthcm domicile of tbe kind that Vised to be raised by tho plauters a ? hun...

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. — 1 January 1902

TUE ADVERTISER. Subscription Pricc?lSS Months, $1.501 Payable In Advance. "IT W. ?ALL, Edltor, Bates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one inser tion,$1.00; each subsequent insertion, 60 cents. Liberal reduction mado for large Advertisements. W. w. Ball, Proorlotor. LAUBEN?) H. C. Jan. 1, 1902. The Ware Houses. The Waro Houses in the city are | Btrong and responsible corporations. A bale of cotton can be stored, cared for and insured for live months for one dollar. In several oases brought to the attention of TUB Advektihek last Spring, plantors held cottOD, leaving it exposed to the weather on tbo farms and suffered severe loss, when they sold from damaged cotton. Beeides, left exposed In the open it may bo sto len. The important point however is j the ca80of so important an article from exposure. ?** Chips of News. The White House, durlDg tho holi days, was closed excopt for omergenoy business. Mrs. Itoosevolt and the kids wont down tho Potomac on a Gover racn...

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. — 1 January 1902

Married on Dec. 15th, 1001, by Rov. M. O. Comptoo, Miss Mator Hellams and Mr. Walter Shookley. Married on Deo. 1st., 1901, at tbe housuof the bride's father, Miss Bessie Arnold and Mr. R. E. Motos; Rov. M. O. Compton officiating. A lleaitlfTul Home Wedding at Cross Mill. At the homo of tho brido's mother, Mit--. Janlo l'im?on, Mr. Samuel Arthur Iranian and Mis* Almu Pinson wore man ii d.~ Tho inarriago of tbeso popular young people had- been previously an nounced, and quite a largo number of their relatives and friends had gather ed to witneao the coremouy that would make thorn man and wife. Precisely at 8:30 o'elock, p. m., the comp my having gathered >u the spa cious hull, tho sound of the woddfng march began. Hey. C. B Rdchford toon hh place, and next came two cou ples of little children bo tut fully ar ray* d, Master Earl R>t8or with Ger trude Lcamsn, and Master 171 Learaan with Mury Miller strawinz tho way with llowors, cmblemntieof tbe happy lifo all wish for the persons...

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. — 1 January 1902

Year's Gift * The Story of A Cuban Convict By P. A. Ober H managing editor of The Patriot, Iiavnna sooa be came too hot to hold me. Suspected of corresponding with the Insurgents, I was hauled before the tyrant Weyler nt tho palace. This was one- morning early. At noon 1 was aboard a train for Batabano and at night on a steam er for tho Isle of Pines, tho penal set tlement for political convicts. It might have bceu worse, of course, for tho tribunal might have sent mo to Centn, on tho Afilcan const, whero chains and a cell would surely havo been my portion. Instead, however, I wna confined within tho borders of a beautiful Island which a bountiful Provldenco had provided with every gift of nature?ond deprived only of my friends and my habitual environment ' Soon after my deportation, having been landed nt one of the two ports hero and finding tho wretched town life not to my taste, I wandered away to the eminence known as tho Crystal hill, from tho suuimlt of which I could look out ...

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. — 8 January 1902

VOL. XVII._ LAURENS, S. 0, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1902 NO. 23. A Y?AR OP DEVELOPMENT. The Progress . f the United Htatee Never Equalled by any Nation. Dun'a Review of January 4, 1902, has the following summary of the progress made iu a business way by the Uuited States during the past year: Most marvellous of all tho pheno menal evidences of advancement in business during the year was the prog ress made in manufacturing. It ia im possible to be too extravagant in de lineating the movements of iho indus trial world. Never in the hiatory of tbia or any other nation ha8 auch de velopment occurred wilbiu the apace of a twelvo-month. The expansion of productive capacity was enormous, the improved methods of work and or ganization were conspicuous, wise eco nomies were introduced, but more than all other factors that made for permanent prosperity was the conser vative resist mice to price inflation. After the reaction of 1900 the level of prices remained depressed for aome months, but grad...

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