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LAU RENS, 8. 0., tfec. ?, I8?8.
Union Thanksgiving services wore
held in the Presbyterian church
Thursday, all denominations attending.
The house was packed principally with
tho ladles of the city. Rev. A. G.
Wardlaw proachod a splendid sermon
from Psalm 144 from 9th to 15th verses,
inclusive, most appropriately selected
and boantifully handled. Rov. Mr.
h?-Hirrt. of the Methodist church, in
most happy and appropriato ' remarks
supplemontod and concluded tho ser
To Parent* and ?""?' ' ? n
t '?400, .?1 |M>4 .
um 2(35 acres M?uo.
Tho ft/wing lottor will prove of in
terest toe writer's old friends in Lau
"MfKEK, Col., Nov. 24th, 1893.
"Dea Sin:?Enclosed plcaso find
postal io for tho amount of my sub
script!/ You ought to be hero to go
sloighjfling with me, have plenty of
snow ?v, 18 below zero on 22nd. If
you w/ stop out I will take you elk
hunt i/. Now is the time for killing
"R. S. Ball.'
Uore New County Let I erw.
InJnswor to the questions of THE
Advhtiseu, three additional replies
id Aro you in tavor of tho cutting
off k 9 part of Laurons county to holp
forA tio now county of "Greenwood"?
21. Ire the majority of your neigh
bore, ? your opinion, in favor of it?
3d. t you do or do not favor it, state
Mr.fSobt Hill, of Vaughnsville :
3d. I. think a great many that signed
tho ritition aro not in favor of tho now
couny. As to tho distance there is
not Muoh difference, but tho river is
in te way. To sum tho matter up
then is a groat opposition.
I. W. B. Fuller, of Cross Hill:
lsjl No, sir.
3|. I don't think we need a new
county. My greatest objection is taxes.
If those who want a new county will
pay for it, I wouldn't have any serious
objections as the lino cuts mo oft" in
It is stated on good authority that
fl, John H. Wh?rton of Laurons is
fcoing to he in the congressionial race
% this district. Col. W liar ton is now
t?o Clerk of the Court for Laurons
?<anty, and has occupied horotofore
?h? offices of legislator and county com
ral-sionor. Ho has been before the
pecplo of his county as many times
P0lyaps as any man of his ag6 in the
and he has never vot felt defeat,
early, it is impossible to conjec
" e outcomo of tho congressional
year in advance, but those who
cxpi^jt to enter may us well take Col.
Wharton into their calculation.?Spar
For, t,)le finost lino of dress goods in
tho ctrtint,y) try Simmons Brothers.
poking chairs at $3.90 worth $5.01)
at Wi!^e8> Furnituro Store.
Thc\i,sgg08t, iine 0f men's hats
LaurerJ enn. >,0 found at Simmons
I1 y<u don't believe we can sell you
buroa'V, beds, sofas and ehairs cheap,
get ou torices on thorn. Wilkcs & Co.
Whc?er you want a suit at $1.00, or
the best?rm most stylish suit on the
market,girnmons Bros is tho place to
Lookftt our ad arid seo if there isn'
something to suit you. Wilkos & Co
*- -Of you want good shoes at lowest
prf^s? Then try us. Simmons Bros.
paper, largest solection ever
shoVri in this place at Wilkes' Furni
Zeitler Bro's, Hess and Bay Shoe
Go's. a>o tho best siloes. Full line of
styles ijptfu'^'icos at Simmons Bros.
?ur fnillintvy stock is very complete
and ouir priced are low. Simmons Bros.
The boat lite of cloaks in Laurens
can bo -found i/< Simmons Bros.
Special prb;i* on cloaks, blankets
and ovei-coat^ ' Simmons Bros.
Wo tho undersigned have by mutual
eonsont disolved co-partnership for tho
practico of law.
M. B. Dial.
M. L. COPBLAND.
The largely Increased size of Ro
modco, since \ the beginning of its
twolfth voluhje, allows scopo for a
groator varlotl -than ovor in Its con
tents. Tho opportunity hus been in
telligently utiUzed by its succossful
editor, Mrs. Kate Upson Clark, in tho
composition of a Christmas Number
of oxtraordinary ifcilliancy. Out of its
scoro of charming ibales, ton are ospoc
ially designed for ?io Christmas season.
Thoy aro of all so&s?grave and gay,
long and short, arvl in almost equal
moasuro, for lxith\old and young.
Among the authors JlChrlstmas stories
aro Octavo Thanot, Nlartha McCulloch
Williams, Francois foppoo, Mary C,
Hungorford and MfVlgo Robertson ;
whilo tho othor con?lbutors include
Arthur Boardsley Mfloholl, Theodore
Bartlot, Arthur Qu I .lor Couch and
George Ohnot. As miwht be oxpectod
tho number is particularly strong in
morry and humorous Itorlos, though
ghosts and othor myltcrlos aro not
nogloctod. Romanco Jbraos from Ro
manco Publishing Company, Clinton
Hall, Astor Placo, Now\ York ; and is
25 cents a numbor or $2jt50 a year. A
sample copy of a recent\ issue will be
sent for ton cents.
An Important Mtotc,
Dkau Sin:?Tho writor\iasn't your
natno In mind just at this raojniont but If
you are at all In arrears, plosvso oall In
and sottle. The AovKurisr.u \hm< largo
obligations to moot within tho noxt fow
days and we hopo that all or ournubscrl
bora will muke It a polut to -pavYlf not
?11 at least a part or what is dtAo tho
paper. Yours truly,
Oct. 24-tf Tub AdvkrtiAku.
Happenings ot* the Week.
Mr. Frank Well? wan In town Satur
Miss Lute Wright has returned from
a visit to relatives in Spartanburg.
Mrs. S. P. Richardson has been vis
iting relatives iu Clinton. v
Dr. Barksdalo spoilt a (ow days in
Newborry last woolc.
Revorond J. D. Pitts attended the
Baptist eonvention at Anderson last
Mr. W. W. Ball eamo up from Co
lumbia Saturday to romaln ovor Sun
day at home.
Congressman Shell left for Washing
ton Saturday, stopping ovor in Colum
bia for a day.
r Krir '"ovec ''?-dav tor
-.et Drug Coin
Topic for tho Young Men's prayor
meeting at the Laurens Baptist church
for second Sunday, Dec. 10 : "Who are
udmittcd to the Kingdom of Heaven."
Mat. 18, 2-4, John 3, 3-8.
Mudame Call, who since the opening
of the season, has been in chartro of
the millinory department at H. Terry
& Co., has returned to her home
in New York.
Dr. Bon Martin and famliy, who for
the past three years have been living
on St. Helena's Island near Beaufort,
have returned to Laurens to make it
Quito a delightful and highly suc
cessful entertainment in every respect
was given nttho Methodist church on
Friday evening by the Juvenile Miss
Mrs. J. N. Wright was called to
Spartanburg last week on account of
tho illness of her little daughtor, Miss
Kate, who is now, however, we are
glad to hear, much bettor.
Mr. Beverly Potter, of Spartanburg,
is on a visit tb Dr. John A. Barksdalo.
Mr. Potter was a resident of Laurens,
a good many years ago so is well
known and has many friends here, who
are glad to accord him a welcome.
J. Willio Jones, Jr., Assistant Agent
at tho P, R. Sc W. C. R. R. in attempt
ing to couple a ear Saturday got tho
thumb of his right hand so badly
mushed that it will necessitate his tak
ing a month's vacation.
Mr. Spencer, who for the past two
years has been tho ollieicnt and popu
lar manager of the Bon-Della Hotel,
has left Laurens to tako charge of a
hotol at Salisbury, N. C. Mr. Spencer
is a groat loss to the town and his de
parture is regretted by scores of
friends. Mr. Langston of Johnson, S.
C, will arrive iu a few days to assume
the management of tho Bendella.
Messrs. Harper Sc Brothers publish
this week a large group of books, sev
eral of them included among their
choicest publications for tho holiday
season. Tho list embraces The Masters
and Masterpieces of engraving, by
Willis O. Dhapin, illustrate.1, with su
perb fac-similes of engravings and
etchings by the heliogravure process ;
the promised two-volumo neweddition,
with many hundred illustrations by
William Martin Job upon, of Charles
Roode's novel, The Cloister and the
Hearth ; a breezy new eoast story for
boys and girls by Sophie Sweet, The
Mate of The "Mary Ann," also illus
trated ; a new story by Jane Ingolow,
A Motto Changed } a serious and inter
esting record ontitled Travels in Amer
ica One Hundred years Ago, by Thus.
Twining, an English gentleman:
and a handy pocket compendium,
Everybody's Guide to Music, by .Tosiah
Booth. In tho "Franklin Square Li
brary," a strong English novel. The
Transgression of Terence Clancy, ap
pears ; a new edition of Rev. James M.
Ludlow's historical romance, The Cap
tain of the Janizaries, is added to tho
Prevention is Hotter
Than cure, and those who are subject
to rheumatism ?ran provent attacks by
keeping the blood pure and free from
acid which cures the diseasd. You can
rely upon Hood's Sarsaparilla as a
remedy for rheumatism and catarrh,
also for every form of scrofula, salt
rheum boils and other diseases caused
by impure blood. It tones and vital
izes the whole system.
Hood's pills are easy and gentle in
An Offer for Cash.
Hoginnlng with tho first of noxt Jnnu
ary tho AnvKaTi"En will cost ono dollar
and a halt ayftar, but any old subscri
ber paying all his arrears and ono dollar
will rooolvo tho papor until tho lirst day
of January, 1805.
Any now subscriber paying ono dollar
while this oiVor remains striding will
receive Ihn paper until tho first day of
It your Hiipscription is paid up to tho
llrst day of last May for instance, and
you pay up to October 24th, and ono dol
lar you will obtain a rocolpt entitling
you to tho papor during tho wholo of
of next year.
This offer It only temporary. It will
probably continuol'or a low weeks. Noxt
yoar will be oleotlcn voar and you will
want a nowspapor. I > v paying ono dol
lar now you got tho paper not only for
tho yoar but for the ten weeks botwocn
(his and January 1st. besldos. Oct. 21-t
Twenty Five Cent Column.
Advertisements will be printed under
this head for one cent a word each lnser
tion, none to be inserted for less than
Lost.?Small pug dog, slightly af
foctod by mango. Finder can* got
>ropor reward by roturning to this of
Sorrol mare pony hoavy mano and tail,
blind in ono oyo, ono whito foot, strayed
from the town of Laurons on the ovon
ing of tho 25th of Nov.
Jno. A. Madden.
LOST.?Betwoon tho post office and
Bonnott's storo a bunch of koys. Finder
will ploaso return to this office.
To Rkrt?One small two-room house.
W. W. Ball.
A I all in Prices.
At Whilouer and Martin's barber shop
shave may now be had for ton conts.
To Hunt.--Ono of tho haudsomost
storo rooms In Laurens with large huso
ment sud froight elovutor. $425 a yoar.
Also 6 room brick cottage within V0? yds
of public square. Apply at this ofllco.
Quite a crowd from town took in the
Exposition last week.
Profs. D. M. Frlerson and J. B.
Townsendand A. E. Spencer took ad
vantage of holiday Thanksgiving and
wont over to Augusta.
Mossrs. C. C. Littlo and W. S. Qlonn
who have been buying cotton here left
for Newberry Monday, whoro thoy will
continuo their business.
Mr. Will Jones of Laurens, visited
relatives in town last week.
Miss Lyl Harris, of Laurens, is visit
ing Mrs. Emma Leako this wuok.
Dr. Bean's family are visiting rola'
tivos In Augusta.
Mr. Tom Griflin from Georgia, is vis
iting his mother, Mrs. E. T. Griffin this
Mr. N, A. Greene, whom wo men
tioned as belli? very ill last wook, died
last Tuesday night. Mr. Greene was
one of tho oldest citizens of our town
and a consistent member of tho Pres
byterian ehuroh. His remains wore
'interred in tho Clinton eomotcry after
-m? funeral service Thursday at elovon
o'clock. His bereaved wife has our
A colored child about 4 years old
was burned to death Friday afternoon
while playing with fire out of doors, its
??lothing caught and it was badly burned
before assistance roachod it. It died a
short while afterwards.
Mr. Joe Chanler and Miss Corrie
Finloy woro married at the residence of
*lr, Drayton Dillard near Hurricane
ei.'ureh, Thursday at 11 A. M. The
bridal party immediately left for Clin
ton, where an elegant dinner had been
prepared for them n* the Irby House,
now occupied by Iiis sister. Mrs.
The stores of our little town were all
dosed and all othor business suspended
>n Thanksgiving day. Some of our
young men and ladies, boys and girls
?pent the dav rabbit hunting.
"Magister1' and his little family
enjoyed the Thanksgiving turkey with
Ovy friend and neighbor, Mr. A. E.
Nance. Mrs. Nance is certainly an
expert in preparing a Thanksgiving
dinner. We enjoyed tho dinner and
spent the day very pleasantly.
The firm of Messrs. Watson ?.V Cor
ley, merchants who recently located
at this place has beendiosolvcd by mu
tual consent. Mr. J. C. Corloy has
purchased the whole stock of goods and
will continue business at the same
Mr. D. C. Smith has purchased Mr.
J* W. Washington's interest in the
ginning and other maehinory in town.
Mr. Smith is now sole owner of this
valuable machinery which is the best
paying property in Waterloo. They
gin each season from twelve to fifteen
hundred bales of cotton, running three
Mr. R. Turner, of Cross Hill, has
rented and will move to the Seymour
place in town next year.
Hov. Mr. Doughorty, of Newberry,
has made applieationfor house rent in
town, which if he can secure, he will
move to Waterloo next year.
Our young ladies and gentlemen
propose to have charades and tableaux
at Andorson's Hall during the Christ
Our High School is in a fllourlshing
conditin. Prof. MoElroy will have an
assistant after Christmas.
Mr. C. S. Ellorbe, of Sumter, who
recently purchased from Dr. J, q.
Wilber, the mineral Springs near the
famous Harris Litha Springs, will at
an early date commence the erection
of a line hotel convenient to his springs.
These springs are destined to become
a famous summer resort and watering
The cotton is all about marketed and
we still hear the ory of hard times.
Dr. Willie Jones', of the Abbeville
side, had the misfortune to loso by lire
last week his dwelling and all its con
tents except some of his furniture that
was downstairs. Tho loss is $1500, in
surance $1000. Wo deeply sympathize
with him in his loss.
Miss Corrie Moore will take charge
of a school at Rocky Mount next Mon
day. The patrons are to be congratu
lated on securing her services.
Mr. J. M. Owings Is suffering from a
rising on his eye. We wisli him a
. Mr. L. H. Holand is still trading
dogs. Luther is a good trader.
Abo McDanicl, colored, sold the
property of Harrison MeDaniel, de
ceased, to-day, the 30th ult. it all
went eheap for cash.
Mr. .7. W. Culbertson is building a
bridge at Anderson's old mill place
across Rabin creek,
Xmas is almost here and we all con
template having a good time in spite
of tho hard times.
There will he a public debate at
Jones, S. C, Friday night before Xmas,
The subject is "Resolved that the Nor
thern and Southern States should be
separated. ' All aro Invited to attend.
Miss Mattie Owings has returned
from a visit to friends and relatives at
We are informed that the small pox
is as near as Chatanooga, Tonn.
Have You Paid Your Tuxes?
County Treasurer Mock calls our at
tention to the following section of an
act passed by the General Assembly in
1H!)H. It therefore seems certain that
there will be no extension of the t ime
for paying taxes this year or hereafter:
"Sec. 8.?That all taxes herein as
sessed shall be due and payable from
the 15th day of October to the Illst day
of December. 1803, and in no event
shall an extension beyond the time
herein prescribed be granted."
Subscribe for the ADVERTISER
now and get the election news of next
year for ONE DOLLAR.
Glonn Springs water Is kept in cases
And on draught by Konnody Bros.
High class job printing done at
Glonn Springs walnr is spocially good
for all kidney and bladder troubles. It
will romovo Htono Irom tho bladder in u
c nit 1 and speedy man nor. For salo by
The "Cosmopolitan" and the ADVER?
TIBER, one year, for two dollars and
if you aro HufierhiK from hoad-aebo,
loss of apnntlto and weakness, try a oa^e
of'Gluim Springy wator and you will fool
bottor. For salo by Kennody Bros.
The "Southern Cultivator and Dixie
Farmer" and tho Advertiser ono
yoar for ono dollar and sovonty-live
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and
IJvor trouhlo whon Glenn Springs
wator will euro you. You can got it at
English Spavin Liniment removes
all Hard, Soft or Calloused Lumps
and Blemishes from horses, Blood
Spavins, Curb, Splints, Swoeney,
Illng-Bone, Stifles, Sprains, all
Swollen Throats, Coughs, etc. Save
$50 by use of ono bottle. Warrant
ed tho mo9t wonderful Blemish
Curo over known. Sold by H. P.
Burdotte <fe Co. Druggist, Laurons,
Buckingham's Dyo for th<5 Whiskers
is tho boat, handlost, safost, surost,
cloanost, most economical and satis
factory dyo ovor invontod. It Is the
gont loman's favorito.
Resolutions passed by Schroder
Lodge No. 144, A. F. M., on the death
of Past Master L. R. Brooks., Nov. 25,
Wueueas, the Great Architect of
tho Uhiverso in tho dispensation of His
Providence, has called from labor to
rest, ono of our most effloiont, respect
ed and honored members, L. R. Brooks,
Whereas, our departed brother was
for thirty yoars a consistent and dovot
ed Mason, and for a number of yoars
has rendered valuablo services to tho
ordor, and ?specially to this lodge,
therefore bo it
Resolved, That wo recognize tho
worth of our brother while with us,
and appreciating tho irreparable loss
wo havo sustained in his doath, do rec
ognize in this sad dispensation tho
hand of our Groat Architect, who dooth
all things well, and submissively bow
to His Almighty prerogative.
Resrlvod 2nd. That to his boroavod
family we extend our hoarty sympathy
and a'helping hand in this their soro
Rosovled 3d, That a blank page in
our Journal be inscribed to Iiis memory,
and that a copy of these resolutions be
furnished his family and tho county
papers for publication.
J. R. cui.ukktson, )
W. T. DURROH, [-Committee.
Rout. Wham, )
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
By local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of tho ear.
There is only one way tocui'o deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an intlamcd con
dition of tho mucous lining of the Eus
tachian Tube. When this tube is in
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed, deafness is tho result,
and unless tho inflammation can bo ta
ken out and this tube restored to its
normal condition, hearing will be de
stroyed forever; nine cases out of ten
are caused by catarrh, which is nothing
but/an Inflamed condition of the mu
We will give One Hundrod Dollars
for any caso of Deafness (caused by ca
tarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars: free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
?HTSold by Druggists, 75c.
List of Letters
Remaining in the Post Offico at Lau
rens, S. 0., unclaimed, for tho week end
ing November 27, 1893:
Alexander, T. O.?3 Sloan, Sam R.
Babb A' lrby, Steadman, Q. L.
lHenderson, Mrs. Tarry, W. IL
Lilnv Taibert, Thomas
II .ud, Mrs Ja?. O. Taibert, Wade
Jonnlnac, Q-. T. Wortin, Ri'-h
Irbv, Miltou Weathers, J. R.?2
Koitt, w. Ii. Woodbury, J. P.
Moaelv, A. Windham, J. W.
Nabors, A. Winmons, Isaac
Pitts, Mrs. Permelia Williame, Dook
Koid,S. W. Williams. John (col)
Ruoker, Sligh Wallace, Mrs. Man'
Riddle, M S. Wrlce, Mrs. Julia
Wilson, Miss LohsIo
for TUB week BNDIKU HOVBMBBB 20, '93.
Adams, Miss AnnieMcD.inie', R. R.
Butler, John, (onl.) Nabors, Jim
B'tvd, Miss Liz/Jo Noal, Ealphns
Blaekstook,MlssEl-Nabors, Mrs. Alex
lie Owinas, Miss Mary
Brown, Sid U.
Butler, Miss Carrie,fillS,Jeff
Boyd,W. T. Pitis, J. Y.
Barkidab1, Miss Pitts, Mrs. I'on.elia
Mary. Richardson, Miss
Drennan, 0. L. Orra
Ellison, Miss Lizzie Rinkens, J. R.
Eichelberger. A. Uoilott, 0. C.
Krank:?,Mrs. Rosa 1 Riddle, S. M.
Kerguson, R. F. Sims, Charley,
Gnihngton, Alis? Simpsou,MI*& Lnola
Marlha. Turner, Roberson,
Qarrott, Miss SinithTrumbull.Mrs. E. R.
Gbmn, John, William, Miss Alen
ilnrris, Miss Laura ia.
Hartan, W. II Williams, Miss
Hart?-, J. A. Grace.
Ivy, Mrs. Fiorina Williams. Miss R W
Koiley. Willi on, Wollbrd.J. A.
McDamol, W 10. Wilson, B. S.
von TUB week endino NOVBMOBR 13, '03.
Anderson, A. W. Moore, I). II.
Amfteld, J.?A. Miller. I). S.
Bums, A. B. Motte, W. B.
Buloo, M. L. Marlin, 1). G.
Cunnygcm, Miss Ein-Morris. Luko
ma. Nenl, Dolph
Drennon, Mrs. N. E. Nudernont, Miss Ja
Honkins, Miss Sarah nie.
Franks, Miss Sue M. Owens, A. O.
Franks, Willis Reese, Mrs. J. L.
Fuller, Sills, Missis Richardson. Win.
Glllium, Jim Rico, MissAra
Eiudgens, P. Saxon, T. A.
Hudgens, Allen Shell, Harrison
Harris, W. L. it Bro. Teaguc. F. E.
Hacker, Mrs Thos B.Todd, J. T. A Simp
11 unter, J. B. son.
Johnson, Clyde Wilburn, Mrs. Oliva
Ktilingsworth, WylloWiUiams, John
Smith, Whitlock, Mrs. Auer
Loveless, A. II. WntklltS, l<'. C-2
Williams, W. W.
Persons calling for any of above let
tors will please say, "They are adver
lised." T. B. Chews. P. M.
Hall's Hair Renower enjoys the con
fidence and patronage of people all over
'lie oivilifcOU world who use it to restore
uid keep the hair a natural color.
Look Out FOR a CALL.?Mr. Jno.
R. Heliums is the agent for the AovEK
tiskk, authorized to make collections,
take new subscriptions and orders for
jobs, etc. Mr. Heliums is now travel
ling in the interest of the paper.
Ihavosocured tho oxolusivo right of
tho use of tho celebrated Antestnotlo
EUREKA, whioh is a Brazilian prepa
ration guarauiood to contain no dele
terious matter and to extract all tooth
absolutely without pain. 'Tis indeed a
boon to mankind. Oiyo mo a call and
ho convinced as to tho satisfactory na
ture ol my work.
P. B. CONNOR,
Aug. 16,03.-8mo. Dentist.
Valuable property in the city of
Laurens. Tho old Presbyterian clinch
and lot containing about three acres.
The church building is of brick, and in
the very best condition and can be con
verted Into a splendid residence lot.
Also a very desirable building lot next
to the new Baptist church, with a front
on Main street and on Collego street.
Both of these lots are very convenient
to the business portion of town and
all the churches and the graded school.
This is a good opportunity for inves
tors and persons 'desiring to secure a
hand in the thriving city of Laurens.
Communicate with J..O. C. Fleming
or II. Y. Simpson, commit tee.
I offer for salo three small tracts of
land. Tract No. 1 lies botwecn my
home tract and John D. W. Watts,
containing ono hundred acres, about
fifty in wooi native forost. about
thirty in cultivation and about six or
eight in bottom land. There arc no
buildings on tho tract, but thoro is a
Uno situation for a settlement on tho
Tract No. 2, contains about 80 aoros,
has a settlement on It on tho public
road. Thero is enough land in cultiva
tion for a onohorso farm.
Tract No. 3 contains also about 80
acres. Has a settlement on it. Has
onough land in cultivation for a good
ono horso farm and has about olght or
ten acres of bottom hyid In cultivation.
With an app^' . *" ?haser the
paymonts can bo I
Doe. 2nd, 1893.r
CHB^IPT CHK^PT CHEfUPT
-ARE THE FIRJESHSISTTS -A/t1
?>^. H. lylfl^TIlSf^S iDfU^ Store.
Call and see where you will find Presents for Young and (Id, Rch and
Poor Make-your Parents, your Children, your Sweetheart
and Yoursef Happy by Buying
f$mJ ' Come often and buy often from
Traynham & Dial's Block, Laurens, S. C, Nov. 27, 1893?4t
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aurens [ash Company.
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Our Stock must be reduced in the next 60 days. In order to reduce our stock we arc ottering our entire
Greatly Reduced Prices.
Now is your chance to buy yoxir entire Winter Goods Cheap. We arc going to make some changes in our
Stock January, 1S94. In order to make the desired change we must close out our entire Stock of* Winter
Dress Goods, Millinery, Shoes and Jeans.
The above is no catch penny, we mean exactly what we say. Our stock must be closed out. It is im
possible to quote Reduced Prices as the busincse is composed of Thousands of items for which space is not
obtainable at this time. First callers will get the cream of the Bargain. We have several llig Bargains bought
within the last week that will pay you to examine. Ladies! Don't fail to see the Big Bargains at which we
are selling our Dress Goods and Trimmings.
CLOAKS! CLOAKS ! ! We have a handsome line of Cloaks to be closed out. Come at once and get
SHOES! SHOES! ! We have the largest stock of Shoes in Laurens, and they must be closed out in
the next 60 days. Now is your chance to buy your Winter Shoes Cheap. Sec our Stock and Prices and
we will be sure to sell you.
LAURENS CASH COMPANY.
W. A. JAMIESON and S. C. TODD, Managichs. -m^?pg
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
County oe Laurens.
The People's Loan oc Exchange
Bank of Laurens, S. C., against
W. H. Garrctt and W. Clrby.
Pursuant to a decree of the court
in the above stated case. I will sell
at Laurens 0. H., S. C, on Sales
day in Jan. 1894, the same being
Tuesday, the 2d day of the month,
during the legal hours of sale, at
public outc. > to the highest bolder,
all that tract or parcel of land,
situate, lying and being in the Coun
ty of Laurens, Stale of South
Carolina, and containing Eighty
live Acres, more or less, and bound
ed on the North by other lands of
W. H. Gai rett, on the East by lands
of Max Zaiek, South by lands of
Miss II. T. Irhy and West by J. L.
M. Irby and L. E. Irby's estate,
and known as part of the Williams
Terms: One half cash, balance
on credit of twelve months with in
terest on the credit portion from
the day of sale. Credit portion to
be secured by the bond of the pur
chaser and a mortgage of the prem
ises, with lease to the purchaser to
pay his entire hid in cash. If pur
chaser fails to comply with terms
of sale properly to be resold on the
same or pome subsequent salcsday
at his risk. Purchaser to pay for
(,\iO. S. McCRAVY,
Dec. 4, '93 Sheriff L. C.
STATE .11 SOUTH CAROLINA,
County ok Laukkxs.
Court of Common Pleas.
Copy Summons for Relief.
B, II. Teague and Albert A. Dar
lington us executors of the will
of Nnrcissu M. Garllngton de
ceased Plaintiffs against L, C.
Teague and II. F. Teague Defen
To the 1 lefondants L. C. Teague and
R. P. Teague
You are hereby summoned and
required to answer the complaint
in this ai l ion, of which a copy Is
herewith served upon you, and to
servo a copy of your answer to the
said complaint on the subscribers
at this oillco i" the city of Alken
8. C. within twenty days after the
sorviee hereof, exclusive of the day
ot such service; find if you fail to
answer (ho complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff ill this
notion will apply to the Court for
tho relief demanded in the com
0110 FT & OHA FEE,
Dated NOV. lsf, A. D. 1893.
To the Defendants, L. C. Teague
and Ii. F. Teagues
Take notice that the complaint
in this action together with the
summons, of which the foregoing Is
a copy, was Hied in the ofliee of the
clerk of the court at Laurens S. C,
on the Gth day of Nov. 189;}.
CUOFT & Oil A FEE,
Nov.':, "?>:*. PI'?*'? Att'ys.
STATE of SOUTH CAROLINA,
? ; *?'? . '
County ok Laukkns.
Court of Ck>inmon Pleas.
Copy Summons for Relief.
H.H. Teague and Albert A. Qar
llngton us executors of the will
of Narclssa M. Oarllngtou plalu
tHfr ugalnst R. F. Tongue and N.
?. Teaguo defendants.
To the defendants R. F. Teague
?nd N. E. Tongue.
You are hereby summoned and
required to answer the complaint
In this notion, of which a copy la
herewith served upon you, and to
eervo a copy of your answer to the
.said complaint on the subscribers
at this office in the city of Aikeu
S. C. within twenty duys after tho
sorvico hereof, exclusive of tho day
of such service; and if you fall to an
swer the complaint within tho time
aforesaid, the plaintiff in this ac
tion will apply to the Court for tho
rolief demanded in tho complaint.
OROFT ? OHA FF. K,
Dated Nov. 1st, A. D. 1893,
To tho defendants, R. P. Teaguo
and N. E. Teaguo;
Take notice that the complaint
in this action, together with tho
summons, of which the foregoing is
a copy, was tiled in the office of the
clerk: of tho court, at Laurons,S. C,
on the 5th day of November, 1893.
OROFT A OHAFEE,
Nov. 7, '93-Gt PI'lV's Atl'ys,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County ok Lxurens,
WlIEUBAS, John B. Brooks,
has applied to me lor Letters
of Administration on the estate of
Lemuel R. Brooks, deceased.
These arc therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of said deceased,
to be and appear* before me at a
Court of Probate to be holden at
my office at Lain ens, S. C, on the
7th day of Dec. at .11 o'clock, A.
M., to show cause, il any they can,
why letters should not be granted.
Given under my rhand and sea
this 18th day of November, 1S93.
JOHN M. CLARDY,
Nov. 20, '93.-21 j. 1?. l. c
Of Settlement and Applicatloi
for Final Discharge
Take notice that on the 13II1 da
of December, [893, 1 will render
final account of my acts and ch
ings as Executor of the cstat
o( Layisa Sllli,.! . -eased, in th
office of Judge of ' robatc for Lai
rens county at 10 o'clock A. M
and on the same day will apply f
a final discharge from jt*y '?*???* -
All persons having deman
against said estate will please pv
sent them on or before that da
proven and authenticated, or be f
ever liar red.
S. S. KNIGHT,
Nov. 20,'93-1 Executor
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLIN
County of Iiaurens,
In Court of Probate?
\Vjikkk ls, Nancy C. Mi
has 'implied to me for Let
of Administration, on the es
of Mnrtha\R? Young, decease
These a rottbcreforc to cite
admonish all ru^singular the 1
died and creditors?T^ajd decea
to bo and appear beltmiumo
Court of Probate to be holde*
my office at Laurcns, S. C, on
7th day of Dec. at 10 o'clocl
M., to show cause, if any they
why letters should not be gran
Given under my hand and
Are very essential when
person is ill and adulterat
ed medicines cannot poss:
My have the curativ
powers lihe wholesom
DR. B. P. POS
keeps nothing but the be
purest Drugs and Met
and people wanting an
in my line will do well t
I also carry a large sloe
foilet Articles, Stationery, 1
Cigars, Colognes, Toilet a
Laundry Soap and a httndr
and one other things kept
a first-class Drug Store. I ke
of reliable lit.uses constan
hand und sell them at rea
prices. Yours for mutual I
UBo Wo P?>$I
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL D
DR. W. II. HA
OFFICE OVER NATIONAL BANK,
Ofptck Days?Mondays and