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FOR RENT -A bed room over W. L.
Boyd's store?largo and comfortable
Apply at this oHlco lor terms.
Wo are glad to stato that Mrs. J. B.
Carlisle has suflloiontly recovered
from her recent illness to bo able to
return homo from Laurons. sbo ar
rived bore Tuesday afternoon. Wo
hope nho will soon bo restored to her
wonted health.--Now Era, Union.
Parties hunting on premise* of un
dersigned without leavo will be prose
J. I). M.SHAW.
Will sell salesday in December next,
line farm near Lisbon, known as the
Wright place, between 100 and 1300
aoros. Will sell in a whole or tracts
to suit. One-half cash ; balanco ou a
credit ono and two years.
j. n. Wright,
h. y. Simpson.
Tho ' Utcyolist's Rost Friend" Is a famil
iar name for DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve,
always ready for emergencies. While a
specflle for piles, it also instantly relieves
and cures cuts, bruises, salt rheum, oe/.omu
und all affections of tho skin. It never
fails. B. F. Posoy, wholesale and retail
Oak Suit Furniture well made
S. M. & B. II. Wilkes & Co.
A Sixty Day Sale.
Twenty thousand dollars worth of
Clothing and Furnishings, Ten thous
and dollars worth of Shoes to be sohl
in the next sixty days. Cheaper than
ever before. Come see for your self?
Davis, Roper & Co.
Have you seen the Suits that are go
ing at !r7.f>0 at the Famous Clothing
Store?Davis, Roper & Co.
Don't fail to see the Ten Thousand
dollar Shoe stock to be sold in the next
sixty days at the Rig Shoe Store?
Davis, Roper ?fc Co.
Twenty thousand dollars worth of
Clothing, Hats and Furnishings for
men and boys, to be sold in the next
00 day's at prices that areas cheap as
cotton. Come see for your self.
Davis, Roper & Co.
No Fake business. No Catch adver
tisements. We will do what we say.
Honest goods, Honest prices, Honest
Davis, Roper & Co.'s.
Certainly you don't want to suffer with
dyspepsia, constipation, sick he'adache, s<il
low sk'n and loss of appetite. You have
never tried DoWitt's Little Farly Risers
for these complaints or you would have
boon curod. They are small pills but great
regulators. B. F. l'osoy, wholesale and re
Sunny South Stoves has brought
sunshine to many a wifo after years of
worry ovor thoir old 'itovo. Will do
tho same thing for you.
S. M. & E. II. Wilkos & Co.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Laurenb,
In Comer ok Common Pi.has.
W. S. Glenn, ot al., Plaintiffs, against
Jno. P. Glonn, et al., Defendants.
By virture of a decree of the Court
in tho above stated case I will soli at
Laurens Court House, S. C, on Sales
day In Deeombor, 1897, during the lo
gal hours for sale, at public outcry to
tho highest bidder, all ;that certain
tract of land, situate in said county
and state, containing Two Hundred
and Fifty (250) Acres more or less
bounded by lands of W. P, Harris,
Jno. M. Gray, Riddlo and others,
known as tho Wright place.
Terms of S^le?One-half cash, bal
ance on a credit of ono year, with leave
to the purchaser to pay the entire bid in
cash. The credit portion to be secured
by the bond of the purchaser, and a
mortgage of the premises bo'd, with in
terest from day of sale. If tho pur
chaser fails to comply with the terms of
sale said premises to be resold at his
risk on same or some subsequent Salee
day upon same term". Pui chaser to
pay for papers.
JOHN F. BOLT, 0. 0. 0. P.
Nov. 5, 1897?3t
STATE of SOUTH CAROLINA.
County of Lauroua.
In Court of .'ommon Pleas.
W. H. Martin, Plaintiff, againHt
Frances Heliums and William D.
Sullivan, Defendants? Judgment
of Foreclosure and Hale.
By virtuo of a decree of tho
Court in tho abovo statod ease, I
will sell on Salesday in December
next, being the 6th day of the
month, during tho legal hours ot
sale in front of the Court House
door, all lhat tract, pleco or parcel
of land, situate In tho county and
State aforesaid,containing Nineiy
five acres, more or less, bounded
by lands of Goo. W. Ander
son, C. M. Abercrombio and
Habun Creek and known as the
Thomas Hellams place.
Terms of Sale?One half cash;
balanco on credit of twelve
months, interest from date of sale,
secured by a bond of I he purchaser
and a mortgngo of the premises
sold, with leave to purchaser to
pay his entiro bid in cash. If the
terms of sale ar.- not complied with
the land will be re-sold on same or
some subsequent salesday at the
risk of the former purchaser. The
purchaser to pay for pupors.
Geo. 8. McCravy,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Laukknh,
Jn Court ov Common Pi.kas.
J. W. Loake, Plaintiff, against J. W,
Fowlor, Defendant,? Judgment for
By virtue fo a docreo of tho Court
in tho above statod case I will sell
at Laurena Court House. S. C, on
Salesday in Dec, 1897, being the
6th day of tho month, during the
legal hours of sale, al public outcry
to the highest bidder, all that tract
or parcel of land, lying, being und
situate in tho county and Stato
aforesaid, containing Ninety-five
Acres, more or less, and boiintlcd
by lands of Eli/, ibelli Burdctlc,
M. C. Cox, J. P.?rrrett and others,
and known as tho "Burdetto
Terms of salo one-third cash, the
ballanco on cretlit ofonoandtwo
years, with bond of the purchaser
- and a mortgage of tho premises
sold to secure (he credit portion.
Purchaser to pay for papers and
for recording same, If the terms
of sale are not complied with, land
will be resold on the same or snmo
?u bsequent Salesday at the risk of
the homer purchaser.
... flKO. S. Mt'Cn-avv
Oo Sunday. October 24th a series
of meetings was commenced In
the Methodist church at this placo
and continued until Sunday, tlu>
Bist. Tho preaching was done by
Rov. A. J. Cauthen, Presiding Ei
der, of 8partanburg, Rev. T. (1.
Harmon, Presiding Eider of
Greenwood, Rev. J. M. Shell, ol
Laurens, and Rev. R. O. Me Roy,
Pastor of the chureb. Tho preach
ing was all first class as might have
been expected. Much interest was
manifested by the people and much
good was done. Wo were glad to
wolcomo these Hovered gentlemen
to our town und wish they may
visit us often.
The fourth quarterly conference
of Waterloo Circuit convened at
this place on .Saturday the 80lh ult.
Tho various interests of tho church
were carefully looked into and the
condition was found sotisfactory.
Ma tied, on Sunday, Bist of Oc
tober, by J. C. Cook, Esq., J. W.
Spearman and Miss Estelle llilt.
Wo extend good wishes to this
Lucius P. McSwuin and John L.
MillcY me now in Nashville,
Tenn., attending a Commercial
John Richardson has returned
from a visit to tho Nashville Ex
gostion und is loud in praise of tho
Exposition, the people and the
We wore glad to see J. W. Jones
of Laurens, in town a few days
since. He is always welcomed.
Wo desire to inquire of the
County Supervisor what is the
matter that we don't have a bridge
ut Waits. If wo are eorroetiy in
formed tho lime for (he completion
of the bridge has expired and not a
stick of timber 0:1 tin; ground. The
fact that there is no bridge across
tho bridge at Watts is a very se
rious inconvenience, also of dam
age to tho peoplo,\vho live on both
sides of the river and have busi
ness dealings with each other. We
ask for an explanation. Let the
Supervisor rise and explain.
Sc HI UK.
If you have over soon a little child in a
paroxysm of whooping cough, or if von
have been annoyed i>y a constant tiekling
in the throat, ytm can appreciate the value
of One Minute Cough Cure, which gives
quick relief. H. F. Posey, wholesale and
1 am over-stocked on shoes and
I must reduce my stock. So I ask
everyone who expect to buy a pair
of shoes to see my shoes and prices.
Ladies, it' yon have anything in
hats and capes to buy this winter,
it will pay you to see our line be
fore buying. At Jamieson's.
W. & B. K. & G. and Feather
hono Corsets for sale by Jamie
On Monday, the first, we had a
very heavy rain in this shction.but
not as most of the rain during this
season I hero was no wind.
Most of tho cotton his boon
gathered, though some farms yet
hnve cotton in the Heids.
The health of our town is very
good at present, there being some
eases of fever, but none serious.
Our efficient physician, Dr. J. B.
Jones wo arc gratified to state af
ter several days illness is some
better, but not able to resume his
extensive practice. ?
Mr. Rush Motes has typhoid
fever, but is doing very well at this
There is prayer meeting ut New
Prospect every Wednesday night
and at New Prospect on Sunday
Tho New Prospect Normal
School began (.11 the 1st instant
with thirty-live pupils. Prof. II. Y.
Culbortson, principal, Miss Alice
Ferguson, of Clinton, assistant.
P. II. Martin is building a hand
some store houae on Main Street.
J. S. Machen is buying cot ton.
Boyd & Martin have on hand a
fresh lot of groceries and confec
tioneries which they are selling at
J. L. Mooro or Boyd & Martin's
will buy your cotton seed and pay
l? cents per bushel, and sell you
meal and hulls at reduced prices,
J. A. Wofford.of High Point, N.
C, is visiting friends and relatives
in our town this week.
No man or woman can enjoy life or ac
complish much in this world while suffer
ing from a torpid liver. Do Witt'? Little
Etirly Hisers, tho pills that oleanSO Unit
organ, ?pih.kly. I?. F. Posey, wholosale
and retail druggist.
From the South Carolina College.
It is usual for the Laurens County
boys to take the lead in this Col
lege. This session there is very
little exception to the general rule.
J. W. Ferguson, Jr., is President of
the Senior Class andj. A. Stoddard
is President of the Sophomore
Class. Mr. Stoddard is also Secre
tary of the Clanosoph'c Literary So
ciety. B. J. Wells was monthly
orator for the month of September.
He chose for his subject: "Higher
Education," and he acquitted him
self to the evident satisfaction of
all of the members of the Society.
It. B. Pasley has been dieted by
1 he two Literary Societies of the
College Chief Marshal for the in
ter-society contest which comes oil*
in January next.
The mo-it highly respected stu
dent of this Collcgo is stone-blind,
Mr. J. C. Swearingcn, of Kdge
flcld. lie is now in his Junior
year and his devotion to study, his
high moral character have won the
esteem of both his Professors and
fellow-students. His standing in
his classes led President Wood
ward to say of him: "I know no ore
who sees clearer, and although t te
light is shut oil* from without it
shines brightly within." I\ r.
Swearingcn is now President of
the Clariosophic Literary Socie y
and he presides over that hod)
with an casp and dignity that would
do credit to a man with good eyes.
Quinine and other te*
yer medicines take from 5
to 10 days to cure fever.
NEWS OF THK WEEK
IN BRIEF- A NUMBER OF PEOPLE
OFF TO TIIF. FAIR.
A well iloli nod frost formed on
Thursday morning iast.
Col. J. W. ForgUSOD made a business
trip to Now berry liibt wock.
Mi>s Nan McCaslln, of Clinton, vis
it, id Mrs. s. M. Wilkes last week.
The Baptist Stato Convention moots
at Rook Mill, November :wtb.
Mr. Niles Craig, of Ora, was among
tbo crowd at tbe Opera Houso on
It would be well tf the city oflloors
would require better behavior in the
Opera House on public occasions.
Mr. Thomas Q. Watts has boon in
tho city on a short furlough for tbo
Clemson has a lino exhibit at tho
Pair and will also bo in the militia
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ball and Mr. ,T.
F, Kiohardson, of Qreonvillo, spent
Sunday in tbo city.
Mrs. Petty and children leave this
week to spend several weeks In Coluin
Tho Daily Press of Creator New
York were a chorus in opposition to
Mrs. J. a. Copeland and oh lid I i
have returned from a visit to Spartan
Miss Emmie Webb is taking in Fair
Wook as the guest of Miss Louise
Oapt. stradly.of the Greenville News,
a pleasent gentleman, was in tho city
on Wednesday last in tho interest of
hiH excellent paper.
One of Laurens' churning young la
dies, Miss Lena Wallace Is visiting
Misses Blanch and Anita Davidson.?
Voloo of tho People, Nowbcrry.
The fiie alarm rang out on yesterday
at 1.30 and it turned out to be a bale or
so of cotton on tho Hudgons platform.
Tho laddies responded in a twinkling
and lit Liu damage was done.
District Deputy Crand-master Har
rison, of Abbeville, an accomplished
Mason, visited Palmetto Lodge on Fri
day night last. Tho brethren had a
Miss Emmie and Mr. Fleming
Jones will act as bridesmaid and
groomsman at the Bailoy-Cornelson
wedding at Clinton on Wednesday
There is to be a great militia parade
On Wednesday at the State Pair. The
Governor will review tho sons of Al
exander. 'I here is to bo a sham battle.
It will vary a little tho Darberand
11 Is proper for us to say, that Cov
ernor Kllcrbe state? that he consulted
tho Law Department before ho seized
the O. P. Goods &cof O'Connor. It is
proper that tho proper parties should
bear tbe responsibility. The Attorney
General is all right with proper broad
shoulders,for in shouldering the liquor
litigation, bo has carried "a load
would sink a navy.
The Joshua Simpkins Company
played to a well-filled house on Thurs
day evening. Tho play if not excep
tionally well presented or very strong
in Itself was at least clean and af
forded hi,me good laughs and tbo Lau
rens people should remen.be; that by
giving a liberal patronage to whatever
is to bo seen at the Opora House they
are hastening tho day when attractions
o' the highest merit will givo the town
Messrs. Evans, Thomas and Wilborn
of the State Railroad Commission, and
other Railroad magnates were in the
city on Thursday last to see the ground
ami consider the necessity for a Union
Depot and Car Shed. It is understood
that they report favoraby. Several
of the magnates remained over and
saw Josluh Simpkins, attracting as
much attention as tho star performer
A Had Accident.
The sympathy of tho entire com
munity was excited by the painful
death of Lillian, tho six year old
daughter of Policeman A. It. Simp
son, on Saturday night Tho little girl,
while kindling a firo on Saturday af
ternoon, in some way caught on lire
hersolf and when assistance reached
her was wrapped in iLimos. She died a
few hours after. Tho burial took place
at Leesville church, near the old homo
of her parents on Monday.
At The Fair.
Laurens will be in tbo picture at tho
great annual Agricultural exhibition,
Col. Wharton with Iiis registered
Jerseys, Mr. J. W. Watts with sheep,
goats and poultry, Mr. Peden with
horses, Mr. Critton with an all-round
grand combination horse, Mr. J. G.
Brown with a fleet-footed high bred
racer. And thoro tiro others who will
represont the county . Wo hopo to
hear u good report of all of them.
A most desirable lot and d wolling,
rocontly eomplet' d for salo. Centrally
located and convenient to churches and
but- '.ess. Apply to W. A. Johnson.
If you waut to buy a good shoo
cheap go to Jamieson's.
A splendid shoe for nion for
only 98 cents at Juinieson's.
A noat kid button shoe for
ladies for only 00 cents at Juinie
II. Walter Wim. ton.
Whereas, we, members of the class of
nineteen hundred of Woll'ord College,
have received the sad intelligence that
our Heavenly Father hath Seen fit to
call to himself our former classin te,
H. Walter Wuakton, bp it -
Resolved, I. That we, as a Class, do
revere the memory of his high Chris
tian character as shown forth in his
daily lite among us, both as a student
Und as a man,
Resolv , 2d. That we do sincerely
syiiM- .ini/.e with and for the parents
r.id loved ones in this their sore be
Resolved iid . That a page in our
minutes book be inscribed to his mem
Resolved, further, That a popy of
I h08C resolutions be sent to the bereav
K. M. Landku, Ohm'n.
A. Paul Tu aywick,
C. D. Lkk,
insure your property with J. O. C.
Floi *lng A. Co. They j'oproBoni Piro
Insut vnu? Companies that pay all losses
NOTICE.?I forbid any poison in
Laurori? cvunty tp omplpy or harbor
ono John Williams; cp'.ored for tho
\ balance of the your, 1807, as he is un
der contract to me, without 11 r.-t paying
me fifty dull- rs damage*
Premiums Awarded at Grayeourt
household and fancy work de
Judges: Mrs. H. B Orittou,
Mrs. A. A. Qarliugtou, Miss Cur
Best liuou table set, Mrs. .J M
Riokman; best silk slumber robe,
Mrs. L C Dorroh; best embroid
ered basket piece, Mrs. s 11 Pluss,
liest eeutorpieoo,Miss Susie Round
troo; best embroidered bureau
scarf, Mrs. R LGray: best pillow
case, Carrie Curry, nine years old;
best embroidered tumbler mats,
Miss Annie Garlington;best beaded
pin oushion, Miss Ada Martin;
best oil painting Oil wood, Mrs. S
II Pluss; best plush sofa cushion,
Miss Mary 0wings; best table
cover, raised silk work on linen.
Mrs. S. II Pluss; best embroidered
cushion cover, MissSallie Dorroh;
bost ohouillo onibroideiy, Mrs. R
L Cray; best fancy head rest, Miss
Mittie Higgins;bost chochell coun
terpane, Mrs. S 11 Pluss, best
kensiugton painting on velvet.
Miss Susie llouudtree, blue; best
Kensington painting on vel
vet, Miss Susie Roundtroe, red;
liest Honeton lace andhand em
broidered oontrepieoe, Miss Mit
tie Higgins; best toiiot sot, Miss
Mattio Higgins; best plate mat and
splasher, Miss Maltie Higgins;
liest worked pillow shams, Miss
Janie Nabors, blue; best worked
pillow shams, Miss Lillian Nabors,
red; best table set worked on duck,
Mrs. Dr. Knight; best American
drawn work, Mrs. S 11 Pluss; best
Mexican drawn work, Miss Lucia
Barksdalo, red; Best, display <>f
Clothing House, Davis <fc Roper;
best patchwork; lily in the basket,
Miss Efllo Cook; best patchwork,
star quilt, Mrs. Dora Ross; best
embroidered bed spread, Miss
Laura Burns, blue; best embroid
ered bed spread, Miss Sallie Dor
roh, red; best worked pillow
shams, Miss Minnie Tomliu, blue
and rod; best worsted quilt, Miss
Mary Henderson; best worsted log
cabin quilt, Miss Bessie Dorroh;
best worsted Inn quilt, Mrs. Lila
Wells Anderson; best paper Bow
ers, Mrs. Pluss; best painted box,
Travis Pitts; best Keif or pears,
Mrs. LC Dorroh, blue; best Koi
fer pears, Mrs. J T Peden, red;
best exhibit of pears and p Olli?
granules,^jMrs. R L Gray; best
golden queen tomatoes, Mrs. A A
Garlington; best loaf bread. Mrs.
L C Dorroh; best ribbon cake,
Mrs. J. M. Riokman; best musca
dine acid, 11 years, Miss Addio
Yeargin; best scuppernong jelly.
Mrs. A A Garlington; best apple
jelly, Mrs. A A Garlington;
lu st apple jelly, Miss Ida Curry,
rod; Best canned peaches and
pear preserves, Mrs. L. C Dorroh;
liest pear preserves, Miss Carrie
Peden; best canned tomatoes,
Mrs. A A Garlington; best black
berry wine, Mrs L C Dorroh; best
muscadine wine, Mrs. 1) C Nash;
best muscadine acid, Mrs. 11
Switzer; best canned pears, Mrs.
A J Christopher; best bouquet of
cut Mowers, Mrs. Christopher,
Mrs. Ella White, Miss Carrie
a m Department.
Judges: Mrs. J M Gray, Miss
Li Hie Harrison, Miss Imo Gray.
Best pastel painting, Miss Os
tello Marlin; best, crayon paint
ing, Ostelle Martin; best Sepia
portrait, Prof. W P Garrott; best
India ink portail, Prof. W P Gar
ret t; best water colored landscape.
Prof, W P Garrettj best erayou
landscape, Prof. W P Garrett;
best India and water colored por
trait, Prof. W P Garrett; best
pastel portrait, Prof. W P
Garrott; best miniature portrait;
Prof. W P Garrett; best pastel
t inted crayon, Prof. W P Garrett;
best portrait water colors. Prof. W
P Garrett; best oil painting, Miss
Ostelle Martin; best water colored
painting, Miss Ostelle Martin;
liest colored crayon painting, 70
years old, Miss Susan Dorroh.
The committee returns thanks
to the public for their co-opera
tion, also to those ladies who
sorved so oheorfully as Judges.
Mrs. A.J. CHRISTOPHER,
A. 10. AliEXONDERj Sec'y.
"ONLY THE BEST"
Should be your motto when you
have a medicine. Do not be in
duced to take any substitute when
you call for Hood's Sarsaparilla.?
Experience has proved it to be the
best. It is an honest medicine,
possessing actual and unequalled
merit, lie wise and profit by the
experience of other people.
Hood's Pills arc the favorite
family cathartic, cas) to take, easy
Clinton Gazette Clipping.
Groat additions and improve
ments aro going on at the Clinton
Cotton Mills. Thousands of addi
tional spindles are being put In and
day by day the capacity of tho fac
tory Incroasos. Tho mill is kept
busy all the While filling orders
for tho splendid, product of its
looms. It is now a common thing
for the management to ship to the
northern markets $10,001) worth of
cloth monthly, and President
Bailey says that ho wilLsoon be
bo shipping cloth to tho amount
of $12,000 monthly.
PB VBR TONIC
in Ope Day.
To heal the broken and dlsoased tle
8U08, to soothe tho irrita.ed surfaces,
to instantly relievo tho irritated sur
faces, to Instantly roliovo and to per
rhanently cie'o Is the jnlHsjon of Do
Witt's Wltph Hazol Salvo- B. F. Posoy
wholesale, and retail druggist.
k To Hknt?A room suitable for office
B|go and well lighted. Apply at thU
The makers of a cure-all
patent medicine received the fol
lowing testimonial which we
publish as it is possible the letter
may not appear in the next al
manac of the concern.
Gentlemen:?! will bo 176yoara old
next October. For !U years I have
been an invalid, unable to move except
when stirred with a stick; but a year
ago [hoard of your wonderful modi
eine, I bought a bottle, smelt of the
cork and found myself a man. I can
now run twelve and a half miles an
hour and cut nineteen double 80mei'80t8
We have some testimony to
show you as to the merits of
Rod Flax Coiii;]! Syrup
Trash-Mover Liver Tills
and other of our own products
but they don't read like the
Yours to depend on
The LaurensDrug Co.
The November Number
Of the Delineator is called tho
Early Winter Number and its
wraith of good things is headed
by nearly a hundred pages devoted
to styh s for late Auftnnn and Win
ter, with Sllpurb color plates.?
Among its literary features,
Octave Thanet's analysis of So
cial Life in the small oil LOS and
towns will be foUlld especially
discriminating. The quakor
heroine of Harriet Riddle Davis"
stirring story,*'A Chance of War,"
i- not mote entertainingly original
in her way than is the dashing
American girl in "Tho Further
Adventures of tin- Grand Duke,"
by Martin Ordo. Joanio Drake's
brilliant series of New York Types
eonel ides with a bright and witty
depiction of "The Foreign Resi
dent In her "Talks oil Health
und Beauty" Dr. Grace Peokham
Murray disoussos tho sciontiflic
and hygionio aspect of Dress. No
other pages of tho Magazine will
lie read with keener interest than
Mrs. Cadwalader Jones' replies to
questions concerning behavior and
etiquette. The Delineator's
young people have an invaluable
mentor In this accomplished lady.
Thoy aro furthor romombored in n
pretty Ribbon Drill, und in Three
Novel Eutortainmonts, Tho re
Ilex action of dress is among tho
topics treated in Mrs. Wither
spoon's Toa-Tablo. Vegetarians
will ho delighted by the cookery
article, exclusively devoted to
dishes for their uso. Mr. Viek's
Flower Garden includes some cu
rious facts about tho Rubber
Plant. There are tho usual no
tices of New books, and the Little
Folks are not forgotten. Emma
May wood's explanation of an ef
fective combination of lace-work
with colored embroidery is supple
mented by the regular depart
ments, dovotod to Crocheting.
Moments aro useless If trilled awav:
and thoy are dangerously wasted if
consumed by delay in cases where One
Minute Cough Cure would bring im
mediate relief. 13 P. Posey, wholesale
and retail druggist.
Executor's Land Sale.
By virtue of power vested in us by
tho last will and testament of R. J.
Adalr and Sailie R. Adair, deceased,
we will sell at Laurens Court House,
S. 0., on Salesday In December next,
being ihe nth day of thoinonth, within
the legal hours of sale, to the highest
bidder the following real estate*
All that piece or parcel of land, lying
lUld being In said County and State, on
branches of Duncan < reek, containing
Pour Hundred and IClghty-olght (488)
Act'OS, more or le^s, bounded by lands
Of J. K Adair. G. R Kay. T. l<\ Mllnm,
\V. L. Matlldln and others. Said land
will be sold in four seperate tracts.
Plats of which m iy be seen by apply
ing to the ICxocutors.
Terms One-third cash, balance on
a credit of one and two years with in
terest from day of sale. Credit portion
to be secured by bond of purchaser and
mortgage of the premises, with leave
to purchaser to pay his entire bid in
cash. Purchaser to pay for papers.
If terms of sale are not complied with
the property to he ro-sold at Clinton,
S. C, on Saturday Dee. llth, 1807, at
the risk of the former purchaser.
ISAAC J. ADAIR,
R P, ADAIR,
Noy. 1, ls'.i;. Kxecutors.
I HAVE BOUGHT A LARGE STOCK OF
For iho Pall trade, and bought them before the High Tariff
was put on and can oiler you goods at as low or lower prices than
ever before. Goods in all lines arc advancing, but my prices will
remain the same lor goods already bought. My line of?
Dress Goods and Millinery
will he unsurpassed in the city for Style, Quality and Price.?
Come early and make your selections. Satisfaction guaranteed.
0. B. SIMMONS
I.AI?UCNS, S. 0., Sspt. T, 1807.
Dorit Forget to UaU
We can save you mo.icy. We buy and sell for cash and gel the
best discounts which enables us to handle Goods at the LOWEST
Our stock Js largo and varied, ranging in prices from $2.50 to
$l]o.oo, und comes direct from the Factory. We have Stouts, Slims and
Regulars and can lit and suit the trade. If \vc sell once we can soil you
Siloes ai)cl Hats.
Shoes arc one of our specialties, and arc rolling; in horn the Fnc
torics. Sic them and be convinced ot thicr extra good value.
We take great pains in selecting; our bats and carry a fine line of
tho latest Styles, and arc agents for several factories,
Wc are up on Dry floods and can offer you good honest goods
piices that will make you glad that you Called. Thanking you for
patronage and soliciting your future business we remain,
There is more Catarrh in this
seotiou of tho countiy than all
o(li.T diseases put together, and
until the last few years was sup
posed to DO incurable. For a great
many year- doctors pronounced it
f\ local disease, and prescribed lo
cal remedies, and by constantly
tailing to cure* with local treat
ment, pronounced it incurable.?
Science has provou catarrh to bo
a constitutional disease, and t here*
fore requiros constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu
factured by F. .1. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, Ohio, is tho only con
stitutional cure on tho market.?
It. is taken internally in doses
f.om 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It
nets directly on the blond and
mucous surfaces of tho system.?
They oflor one hundred dollars for
any case it fails t? cure. Send for
circulars and testimonials, Ad
F. J. CHENEY, & CO.,
?tf Sold by Druggists, 7?0.
Why take Johnson's
Chill & fever Tonic?
Because it cures the
most stubborn case
of Fever in ONB DA Y.
SOW THE WINTER TURF OATS
This month ? tho free/.?1? don't Injure
them at all. J. O. O. Fleming & Co., j
has tho euro seed.
Kunning sores, Indolent ulccn
liar troubles, OVCU though of mu
standing, may i>a cured oy using
VVltob I laze) Salvo. it soothes, i
61)8 iui<l heals. It the great pile o
I '. Posey, wholesale auu retail dr?i
In (ho Court of Common ''loan.
A.dolphus P. Fuller, Plaintiff,
against Addle Mndd m, Dollie
Miidjtleu, Liz/Jo Madden, I 'm ma
Madden and Delia Glenn, De
Hy virtue of ? decree <>f tl.o
0 ?urt in the nit >vi> stuted ease, 1
will sell ut Lauren8,0. H.on SaU|*
day In December, isdt, at publl
outcry, to the highest bidder, jJ
Ihat tracl of land situate In lluj
tor :'l\>\?-nshi|>, in (ho oounty j
Laureus. in iho state aToresaV
containing ICighty-four (Sh acrJ
more or loss,and hounded by lau'
of M. M. Tongue, ->irs Edna Lti<j
irdson's lands, L?\ M. Fuller. Ma
('arter and others5.
Terms~Ooe half cash, balai
?in a erodll of twelve m uiths w
bond of i ho purchaser and mi
gage of t he premise-! sold, to 860
crodil portion, with loave to]
purchaser to pay hi-; en'iro bit]
cash. If the terms of sale nro
complied with (ln> land will i>i
Hold on same or some Ruhseq
salesvluy without further ord<
the Oourl, at the risk of the fo
purchaser. Purohsser to pa;
JNO. F. BOLl
0. <'. (j
Nov. Mil, l^'.iT.
Conway Dial. Waters Fergusi
OPENED UP IN
JL am mm :b* mm m
Have lived more than 100 yeara in Laurens County
ourselvos, but <>ur ancestors, so arc to tho manor born and
most of y?>u. Having chosen Merchandise as n legitimate
wo desire to call tho Public's attention to tho fuel thai weh
od up in tho DIAL BLOCK, noxl to Ben-Delln Hotol. A II
Stock of Latest Stylo
Our Goods woro all carefully selected, just from tho Manufac
tory and bought Strictly for CASH on delivery Wo offer thoso Goods
to tho Public, not at COST or L?SS, but as low as tho same article
can bo sold in this or any other rotail market.
We solicit at least a call, examination and comparison, before
Mos t RbsI BCTFUIJiY,
DIAL & FERGUSON.
Laurrns, S. C, Sept. 31, 1897.
Contains more Lithia than any other natural Lithia
Spline; in the United Slates. Why allow that case
of Liver or Kidney troubles to continue until it
is loo far advanced to be cured, when you
can cure it immediately by the use of
Harris Lithia Water.
The following Physicians stand at do head of the pr
sion in South Carolina and Georgia. Read what they say :
Mr. J. T. Harris:
Dear Sir :?1 have found the use of the water from
Lithia Spring in South Carolina so efficacious in the case of a
young lady patient of mine, who has suffered for years with Dia
betes, with all its (li fie rent attendants, that I want to add nry testi
monial to the many you already have. The patient I refer to has
used the water freely at home fur scarcely a month now, with
more beneficial result than from months spent at the diflcrent noted
lithia springs In different pai ls of the United Stales, besides long;
continued use of the same waters at home. Other of my patients
and friends arc now using the same with best results. I cordially
recommend it to all suffering from similar diseases. Very respect
fully yours, Thomas S, Powki.l, M. 1).,
Pres. Southern Medic al College, Atlanta, Ga.
Chester, S. C.
Mr. J. T. Harris, Harris Spring, S. .
Dear .Sir: For the past 8 months I have been using I [arris
Lithia Water with the most excellent results, where I have been
able to got my patients to drink ;i sufficient quantity daily. The
carbonated hits no equal in Gastric disturbances. It Is an excel
lent table water. It is a pleasant laxative, and is 11 sure cure for
S. M. Dnvt ga, M . D.
Harris Lhhia Water Co.,
Hat ris Spring, S. C.
Great reduction in price of
(?leiin Springs Water at The
? _ 1t_ ^^1. -my m