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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 23 September 1885

VOL. I. LAUKENS C. IL, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1885 NO. 8. Metro lor 11.4 lh??t~r. .m . i ul li. I. , consolidated Mar, Ami ?-corot mystery nf wheels aud things. 3 hut tuakoH uur ni'uHhiy Mils fm- gas mount hlffhcr. And Into OVcry household trouhlo brings! lloro would yon UAW bo loaded with tho curs os Of a nc i v men wh? i>, revilement vlo, Could these poor, bunnin, weak, ?nd halting VOIfOS (lot over Words *. fast as you cnn lie. How meek and op?n-f?cod your dire dolli? * sion I How secret and In?., dnblo your slnl How quietly you work In safe seclusion. Dally and nightly dragging dollars lui Explain your VMt %rui wondrous powers of suction; Tho secrets ot rou? prison-house declare I How does it huppen thut tho rate's rctluo tlon llecomos a mockery, a fraud, a maro? What |? thor?(4 your cortuorantlst munro. Your meo?t.nlnin wlord and Intricate, That 111 uk ? < yon swallow up a Legislature And hold ?nd hind tho people of a stater ."i"" Mm t?io rulo of law will be compl...

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. — 23 September 1885

Stu ^tturrtm fpttrtinirr. /. C.ttA UL INCTdX, KUI Ti)li, LAURENS, SEPT. L'.ld, IHS?. Subscription Price-19 Moutha, $1.00. KAY .vniiK IN ADVANI'K. Kates for Advertising. Onllnarv Ad vyrtisoinents, pei" Si|Uiil'o, one inser tion, fl.INI; eaell subsequent inser tion, 50 couts, laboral rodie lion made for I ar fr o Ad vertisements. J. V. CIAKIJINUTON A *.()., I'rnprlctors, Why "<Jo West?'* At tliis Henson of thc year, peo ple generally aro beginning to think something about their ar rangements for tim next year. Es pecially ls tills so with yeing men who have not settled down. The first question a young man considers is, "Cnn I not bet ter my self I y going West ?" In seine in stances men have gone from this County ami been pleased with tho West; but the majority have foll nd the pictures of lids great country over-drawn-only tho bright side I presented-and a ft er t raveling from one place to another in thc West, ever seeking something better; lif ter months of disappointment, ami a...

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 September 1885

IJAUKKNK, H. C" KHI?T. 38d, I88j>. LOCAL 1T1CMS. DIIHO-IIHII IH raging nmoung tho "kids." AndorHon, H. f. waltina shooting gal lery. A mad-dog waa killed ott our M( reel H yesterday. Journalism in Knuth Carolina ?M grow oplthotio. Drick work on the HOW hotel has boen resumed. The September gnlo has made its np pooranoo. Trade lia-? poreoptlbly Ihoroasod In the last few days. It la said that mon of brasa, and - brains, attract tho masses. Mr. T. F. SIMPSON lost an Infant, ag two months, on .Saturday. Within tho next thirty days we may look for something startling. ItOOdV Uiver Association met last Tuesday at Hurricane Baptist Church. Tho now postal CH rd H have appeared wo wouldn't give two cents ibr'ouc. Dramatic Troups Will not give us tho "go-by" slnceour now road is completen) Our mendiants arti receiving the hil li est ntoek of goods over brought to this place. Tho Pr oat dont has appointed a negro from North Carolina ns Minister to Ll* lK>rii?. Tho "Mg hoad" la thc only d...

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 September 1885

i <. ?-< . The Soui cea of tile ?aatod?ente of Cbem , leal Fertilisera. Let us seo what are the commer cial materials which practically fin nish tho four affective agents of fertility, and if tlio sources of these olemonts nrc truly inexhaustible and always open td tho'wants of agriculture. Wo will pass in rapid review thc terms of tho completo fertilizer: nitrogen, phos phoric acid, potash and limo. NITROGEN. This is one of thc most wide-spread substances in nature It forms 79 per cent, -of the volume of the atmospheric air. For every quart of air wc breathe wc draw into imo our lungs 79 per cent, of nitrogen aud 21 per cont of oxygen. We live in tho midst of a aea" of gas 56,000 yards deep, and move in this terian ocean Uko thc ii li in thc depths of the sea. When wc walk wc open a path which closes behind us. Thc nitrogon and oxygen constituting this ambient medium arc not combin ed ; they are simply mixed in such a way that each one can freely cuter into all thc chemical a...

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 September 1885

C?fihit n* cWit?w&tt % 91 [fir it $wit & VOL. I. LAURENS C. IL. S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1885. NO. 9. l'atloiioo. Hnvo patience, honrl ! That wore no I'Offl Hutt wer?- not tlrnt rt closed boil. How comes tho iluy? Not nilli tim noonday ?nu o'orlioad, Hilt SlOH'lv Ktclllltlir lin Clint, lu fnlntcpt ns), HllVQ pal?eme, hom t (Whit BO Ihluo own llfo's dawning no? il. Iluvo patience, boar tl Keck not nt morn tom.iko tlio?lay ns bright us noon. Koro?? not thc bud, bOforO lt? tllUO to IM> n rose. How BiQWiy, when wo wiitnli Hie sky, the dny II) lif grown: And yet, for ?li. Indeed, the ROU goos down lou, i>oon. Ilnvu patience, heart I For ruin will come; Illino own pelf knowB how tenr-tlro* 8 full. Beek not to M??V t lit? "louds before t hoy've . p. m their ruin. Or eine nofosi the ?ky the clouds mny como again. Have patlonoe, grieving heart 1 for ijood must coiac to all. Have patience, heart ! What though no kisses tall upon thy Oreti oyo?, And love hulda not Its ro.s...

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 September 1885

J alu i. ~.-*. /. c. OAltLlN(iT(K\\ KDfTOli, "LAritlONS, SEPT. doth, 1884. Subscription Price--12 'lonthn, Cl.00. l'A Y A IM .Ii IN ADVANC1C. Kates i'm- Ad 'tislng. Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, < lue Inser tion, $1.00; eaeli subsequent Inser tion, 50 eeiits, l.ilieral reduction linnie for large Atl Vertisoiuents. J. l\ OAHLINfiTON vt CO., Proprietors. No mn. During tito prosont Torin of lite of tin'Court the (I rn ml Jury have failed to Hud true bills in a number of eases. Among thom uro some for retailing liquor, libel und as sault and battery. The facts connected with some of the ensos have been generally known and commented upon throughout Hie county for some time. Various and conflicting opin ions have been expressed as to what would be Hie verdict of tin jury upon ibo trial, but no one thought it possible that tho guilt or innocence of thc persons accused would not bc established because of il failure on the part of the <: rand Jury to find a true bill. We have n...

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 September 1885

??ar?ns S?vertiser, ft LAURENS, SEPT. 80th, 1H8?. LOCAL ITEMS. Thc ttpiscopttl ('lunch ?it this place is ti udor going repairs. Died ou (he'Jilli inst., near Mountain ?Shoals, Mis. C. AI. Flt AN UH? See advertisement of .Assignee's Sale at Waterloo, in I his issue. Mr. lt. F. Fi.KM i NO'S brick holme, on Harper Street, is heilig painted. Wc aro sorry to learn that .Major J. 11. Mt?LlU'AH is quite sick at (Renn Springs. Rev. P. H. lt KI n, of Woodron", preached In the Prosbyterian Church hore, last Sunday. SpartanliUI'g lias organized a Hoard of trade. Mr. (Ino. OOKIKI.D was elected President. Un loss some (hin g happens very soo We will have to borrow from imagina tion for locals. The c., I* A s- la now In full operation, thc Ural through trip having hoon made tm Tuesday hist. "Wc regret that several lotter.: I >n our "County Correspondents" fail "? conic in on (line this w c? k. We are Indebted t<> Dr. A. lt. Sui of Corning, Tex., for valuable copies thc (Hobe Democrat and...

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 September 1885

iOlUQ?LTtJRAX DEPARTMENT, j tho Sources of the IngreUlontsor Oboni tcol Fertilizers. POTASH. Potash or ox y do of potassium ls also ouo of tho bodies abounding in nature, ls it tho result of tho combination of metal potassium with oxygen, its tor ta uh? is written Ko, because potassium I? also called kalium. lt was known to Geber in thc ninth century, but. was not distinguished from soda nntil 1702 by Margrag. Its ?nine is derived from two bngllsh word's, pot and ashes, bcoauso tho English were the first \p preparo this alkali; industrialiy hy leaching Hie .shes of vegetation and evaporating thc solution in pot?. There ?re three principal sources of potash: felaspathic and granitic rocks, the deposits of rock salt and sea water, ?granites wbicbfjform wholo chains of mountains and tb? greater part of tho crust of the earth contain 15 to 20 per cent, of potash in an insoluble state, it I? true, but which can be extracted as ?ceded and made perfectly soluble. Deposits of rock salt, con...

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 October 1885

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 Tho Oltl-FniOiiottcd House. Of nil tho tender mid comfortable thIOK" That now und then sweet memory hrliiK*. There's untiling dearer that love recalls Than tho old-fashioned houso with Its white washed walls. Not a mansion Unlay, thon?!) a marvel of art, Can ever usurp Hs place In my heart, ror there my earliest prayers wore said, And 1 slept al night In a trundle-hed. 'Neath coverlids rcaohlnir from feet to chin, Uv a mother's hnnd tucked gently lu, And a i/ood-nltrht kiss on my tired brow <?, Kurth holds no bueh blessing ?owl The garden aral fros rani in Bowor-bcd? Where marigolds lifted their velvet heads, And warmed by sunshine, refreshed hy dew, Tho bachelor-tuition and toiieh-me-not grow? In tho rivor, that curved Uko laBhcphcrd's cro?le, We flshod for minnows with lient pin-hook, Or with little baro foct oft waded throiiKh, And bravely paddled oiiruwn canoe 'Twas a homo of welcome no one co...

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 October 1885

<jm^ > lum .wmu.'.'.v?.' . xuiti-ii? III III. mt &mtmtu filHtrrfitfrr. /. C. ff. I HLfXdTOX, K/>1 tOll} LAVRKNS, OCT. Tt.!, 18?T). Subr.crlpttoa Pr'.c3--i? Korcha, Sl.oo. l'A V MILK IN \'*v \ v? Ka!?"* for Advertising. Ortlllli.r.V Ad vertisements, per X'j un rc, (Mit1 nscr lldlt, $1,1X1; euell sui -i r ( 11 ? . 11 : I utter lion, "?? routs. I,literal reduct lon nuuk1 for large Ad Vi I! iSclllCllN. IV UAH Ll Nt {TON ?v < I'roovletotK. Hope tor Fanners Vet. UAt.i.t'. II. September JO.-Ono eau always distinguish tho toba T?I fariner fruin him who grows eot *.tn. The liTttor ls alway- e.\j lain ing how he failed to make any money the past season, and ex pressing grave doubts about ino suc?es and results of bis [?resent <?r prospective. He complains about labor, about fertilizers, about the swindling business In futures, which always puts bini at a disad vantage, lie declares. Your tobaei o grower i - ti prince beside him. I le is never, as (be saying is, "hard up." I...

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. — 7 October 1885

LAVKKNH, OCT. Vth, I885? LOCAL ITEMS. Coi.KS Circus wftl exldtlt at Ncw borry OM thc iSStl inst. Mr. NV. <J. P.. Mt'UK F if? clerking for hi? l>rother, J. M. Mi m i-. Seo Important lund ??Ic? advertised hy thc M Mst cr, hu- Nov? ftihor. <ot. \v. II. HUNT, of tin? Nowborry liar, was in town on Thursday. Dr. .J. N. TOMU:N?.'R HAM returnod and is nguiu milong thu cotton buyers. Mr. A.1I. MAHTIN'H wnrohouso on tho depot l<i is beginning to nystinio propor tions. Messrs. WM. MIK IM.l.t. too ARDRKW W ILSON, of UHIOHI urg, visited our town lust week. MisM I.i t v UAXTKI?, of Nowborry ?s visiting tho family of Dr. J. A. HARKS IIA fib. Miss HKRKIN FARROW hus returned to Columbia, whore she is attending Hchool. J. lt. CoovKit ?S Co. have a very neat sign painted on their Window?, also a new awning. Mrs. ('AVIS ami her dan ih t?r SADIK of Spurt unhurt:, ur<- visiting Ute family of Mr. ll. W. ANOKltSON. Tho many friends of Mr. JOHN ll. KlCllARDSOK rogret to lean: ol his Kr lloUH ...

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 October 1885

AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT. ? japan Clover iI.cai>tMH-*a Striata.) I notice in your valuable papor u good many enquiries about Japan clover (Lcspcnc/.a striata). This plant was not (CCU lil this State about Ibo year 1810, near Charleston, S.O., tho BUOt)8 having been brought probably from Japan lil tea boxes. About tho year 18G0 it was discovered in this (Edgclield) county, where it is cover ing all old ?clds and land not cultivat ed, rooting out broom grass and other grasses, lt seems especially adapted to thc Southern States, growing with luxuriance on poor land and retaining vitality in thc severest droughts, lt is a very lino piont tor grazing, cattle kept tat all summer on it, and being a perennial, needs no resowing. lt grows with more luxuriance oil poor hind than any plant I ever saw. I have seen it growing nearly knee high in public roads, i. e., that portion where vehicles do not run. lt furnished a large supply of vegetable matter lo the soil and is thc best humus making ...

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. — 14 October 1885

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 Free. Free I what doe? lt moan to bo freo? ls freedom H tiouil> o object that wo oan nil soo. Or la lt n.UMHV rrrali d by mimi. Hy wwi Invisible. weighed mid deflnodT ) M I | |a (hilt a term whoso limit and rule Una ever been fixo<l by achedulo. or school? lina lu birth been ti mol in tho annals of time, Or Ita Mounding boon tnkon by plummot or lino? Freedom of rolf, or freedom of land, Meium growth of tho aplrlt-the power to ex pand Tho knowledge of needs In Ufo hero on earth, And the solving- of theao by a ataiulnrd of worth. To be free la to throw off tho freightage of fears. To in tlilim for truth, and when lt appears, Though startling in form or alrimire to tho Bight, To welcome lt frankly in naroo of tho right. To bo freo ls to stand at tho center of being; and pray That our own Inner lives bo attuned lu a way That tho chorda of consciousness answer and thrill To tho touch of tho Infinito...

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. — 14 October 1885

.Tue J. C. OA JR LING TO tf. EDlpOJf, LAURENS, OCT. nth, 1885, Subscription Prlco--12 Mouths, $1.00. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Itatos for Advertising. -Ordinary <Vd vortisonionts, poi sonare, Onohisor tioii, $i.(K)? oaoh subsequent Insor tlon, 60 collis. Liberal reduction Ulado for larne Ad vertisements. J. C. OAKLINGTON A CO., Proprietors. Prohibit lon mid Polit tos. In any form of gp vcr li moil t simi lar to ours, whore freedom ol speech, religious liberty and tho rights of tho peoplo aro recognized as thc foundation upon which tho mighty structure rnsls, there is al ways danger when social and moral questions seek an entrance into politics. As it is of prime impor tance that tho legislative, judicial and executive branches of the government should bo forever kepi separate and dist incl, so also should all of the questions that are agita ting tin1 people, (ind a solution in their proper spheres. There aro always to be found those who over look the moans in their /.eal for the accomp...

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 October 1885

LA LI lt KN S, OCT. tlth, L88?. LOCAL 1TI0M.S. Attention is called to tho following now ?i'Svort?seine?its: A. W. Hurnnldo, .1. p. n. c.;'John r>. Sheahan; W.I. Dolph; Pleating ?Sr. Bow Ion; Young & Huok; C. W. Henson; Mrs. N. 15min Clark; .his. L. Fleming. Our population ls Inoroaslng. Soo chango hiLKAKisA PATTON'S ad vortlsomout. Tho narrow gu ago ls alive-don't give lt out. This ls nu "oft" month with coimnor cial missionaries. Wanted A female reporter t?) gather t?cala for the AUVNKTISKH. Don't depend on anyone, but rend your own paper, it only oostH ?no dollar a year. "Skrnp's" interesting Watortoo letter was rocolved too late for publient ion Inst week. f Episcopal sorvieos wore ooudutod in tho iiapl ?Mt f 'iiureh last Sunday by Dr. \LOUAN. Laurens ls destined tobo n groat place. Tl is now.thc best cotton inarkot in tho up-eountry. DAVISON, the Rope Walker, exhibited hore last week. II?! performed n any daring feats.. Work has boon commenced on CIUY A SULLIVAN'S largo w...

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 October 1885

THOUGHTS FOR THE MONTH. rv 'l'l IM KI. v TOPICS l OK THE CONSIUKK " A 1 ION OP PROGRESSIV!* PAKMEK8. Work Should be Don? During; th? ont!? of October-Valuable Sug-eatlona opa li IK1 ? Authority. {)V. L. Jona in Sjuthern Uuitioator). tn our lastj ibo Importance of cov eYitig our Heida with growing crops thrungli 11)0 winter wits discussed ut Home length, Increased acrcugo in oats, barley, and .especially ryej wdieat also grasses and clovers, was earnestly advocated. Tho moro we rclloet upon tho matter, thc greater its importance I Impresses us. lt \? not too late yet in much of thc cotton belt to start these crops, and for this reason it is again brought to notice. In tho coldest por tion of tho cotton, belt, wheat sowing Yi?'n'bfcgiv? this mouth, and rye and barley may bo seeded down well into next month. Abundant opportunity, therefore, exists to do this convcrvat ?Hg work. We are trying to improve our lands; every wide-awake farmer is diligently husbanding and gathering materials ...

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 October 1885

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 Ono of tho Pack. 1 roo how lt Is; I'm on? of tho pack A paltry playing card: nothing moro. You Rhum? mid ilcal, tln<n take mo hack. Or los? mo to Mo where 1 was boforo. There uro royal hoads at your mimic court. Hut they furo no hotter; they're In tho sumo nx' For you vary tho usual onlor of sport: You luke what you ploaso whllo you play ) our iriokn. Ko doubt lt servos well a? a source of fun Tn match your lovera, this ono against thnt; '?'?:<"!. h perhaps, when tho evening's iimuse ini nt ls done And tho i>Hck put usldc, wo Boom rather Hat. Hui suppose that by chunco In tho dead of tho ?luht. When you drouin with disdain of our being Inert. Wv should break your re|H>sc, rising up in our tn luht. And declaro to your fuco that our feelings aro hurl? For, whatever you fancy wo each have a soul, And tho ruloB that apply hore nro .liv so planned That whllo wo ??.ctn bent to your lliiger'a co...

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 October 1885

?aump.? fjfthrrfh<rt\ j.e. GA HLiXd'fox, J:i)iron, LAURENS, OCT. ?1st, 188?. Subscription Pi leo--12 Months, $1.00. PAYA HI,K IN ADVANCE. Rates for Advert?a!np.- Ordinary A<1 vertlsewents, pomquaro, ono inser tlon, ft.00; each Sttlmcquoilt insor f iOII, 00 COllt?. Liberal reduction made for largo Ad? vortiHOinonls. J. C. DARLINGTON A- co., Proprietors. Cotton Seed Oil Mills. It is rather remarkable that amono; all the improvements that have been made here recently, nothing has been dene in the way of manufacturing enterprises. There are many such needed, and a little capital expended in this direction would tend materially to build up the town. If wo cannot have a cotton factory, weean at least have lill oil mill. Such an enterprise would not only be of the greatest benefit to the town; a great con venience to thc community ; hut it would directly benefit the farmers of tho county. ' "Chemical analysis shows that that the oil in cotton seed does not enter asa fertilizing prope...

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 October 1885

LAURENS, OCT. 21st, 1885. LOCAL ITEMS. Cotton is soiling at a couts. Music lilith oliurtns, so il has. Rotlionibor tho Fair nnd Hill Arp's lecture. Itottor to dig poor than to borrow a newspaper. Atlanta has hern awarded tho 1)1180? h'tll pennant. Hoc notice of llovu, Pi, -ss .V Co., and he warned t hereby. Iii l-l. Alto viii deliver a lecture in Newberry on the ?sih ; here on the '20th. If you want pood shoes, SPARKES has them. "Put them on your Hst." Ohio has gollO for tho Republicans, LRB still holds tho "furl" iii Virginia. No moro l?malo reporters noedod as we have accepted a "royal" application. Tho A nv Kier i SK u will he enlarged in duo timo. Bring in your dollar. Our schools flourish, our town grows, and we still expect hip tilings of Lau rens. MINTKII A JAMIKSON have purchased the lot on thc North-west corner of tho Public Square, formerly owned hy J. T. Ow KUM. Mr. I.. A. McG'ORI) lias returned from New York, where he has purchased a stock ol'goods, which bo will soon op...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 21 October 1885

AGMC?LT?KAL DEPA UTMENT. ' ] The Ciliare of Ked Oat?. As tho Hmo is already herc for farm- 1 crs to commence SOW luff small grain, 1 think it will ho beneficial to those ot' us who follow that method of obtain ing our subsistence, to have an cx qhaugc of views upon this important subject. I know there arc farmers who aro well versed in this branch and 1 would like to get their ideas as a matter of improvement for myself. My experience has been limited, but I havo made some observations and perhaps some of your readers might liko to hear them. There was a period of time when wc were not dependent on the oat crop for stock feed, but that has long since passed away, and we now con sider thc oat crop our only hope, as corn raising in this country has como to bc but ono ot things of thc past, a part of the agricultural history of thc anti bellum regime. Just after thc war closed and cotton was selling all tho way up as high as 10 cents per pound, when everything was in an abnormal condit...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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