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J. K. Westmoreland, who has boon
principal ol tho BObool at Glifton, No.
2, bus boon elected cashier of tho
Wood TU 11 hank ao<l will take up Iiis du
tlos in May . lie is now in training at
tho Central .National Bank. Mr. West
moreland Ifl a son ol the late Or. .J. A.
Westmoreland and is a young man of
promise ami line capacity. He grad
uated at th? Citadel last year. Spar
liov. ami Mrs. S. <' Todd, missionary
workers, svore in the city yesterday on
their way from Atlant ?, Ga.i to Ma
rion, N. C?Sparenburg FTerald, 23rd
A meeting of Camp Gerling ton is
hereby called to meet in the Court
House. Salesday next at It A. M. The
object is to prepare for the ro-unlons
at Columbia and Memphis early in
May. By order
T H. CHKW8,
1>. W. Lao ford, Adjutant.
Camp c. It, Holmes,
Qump Holmes will meet at Waterloo,
April (Hb, at 2 I'. M.
It, N. CtJNNINRillA.M,
1'. B. Wllcutt, Adjutant.
Seventy-six styles of bowls and pitch
ers to Roloot from, Come and see
thom. No two alike. I Vices, from 75
cents to $2.25.
8. M. i\ K. H. Wllkes.
Have you seen the "I lion" pat on t
vied Oxfords? They are the "swollost"
thing of tho season.
J . hi, Minier & Uro.
A vivid light will be thrown on the
actual moral status of the police In
Now York City byJoslah Flynt's arti
cle to appoar In MoOluro's Magazine
for April, tinder the title " 'York,' a
Dishonest City." The present agitation
of this subject, attach.es particular in
to rest to the contribution, while the
manner in which the famous author has
gained bis materials by close associa
tions with the criminals themselves ?
will make his conclusions of extraor
dinary value. The S, S. McOlure Co.,
lll-I.V, hJast :!">th Street, New York
Don't forget "The Opening" Satur
day, March !!0th at Mrs. Adams.'
our line of children's clothing just
opened. Bricg your little boys to us
for their Spring suits. All the latest
J, B. Minter & Co.
Everything in wash goods at the
lowest prices at. Mrs. Adams.
flues Wo have some special Bar
gains on our centor counter See them
and lou will buy. Prlcos from 115 cents
s. M. & L H. Wllkes.
See our line of Laces, Kmhroidorlcs,
and White Coeds. The cheapest in
town. The Hub.
Brave Men Fall
Victims to stomach, liver and kid
neys troubles as well as women, and all
feel the results in loss of appetite, pol
sons in tho blood, backache, nervous
iu'^. headache and tired, listless, run
down f>. cling. Hut there's: no need to
feel like that. I Isten to .1. W. Gard
ner, Idaville, lud. lie says: "Kbctr'c
Hitter- nr.1 just the thing for a man
when he i- all run down and don't care
whether lie lives or dies. It did more
to (rive mo ne.\ strength ami good ap
petite than anything I could take. I
call now oat anythind and have a new
louse on life.'' Only 50 cents at Lau
rens Drug Co. I.very bottle guar
Mrs, Adams' Opening Is Saturday,
March 30th. F.vory one invited.
Wo oiler special inducements in La
dies' and children's shoes. See them.
New Cotton ?iiis.
J. S. Itlalock & Son have irado a
wonderful transformation about. Gold
vil e. The new cotton mill of 5,000
spindles i- near!;, completed. Kiectrlc
lights are now being put in and by tho
first of May, perhapi*ooonpr, iho mill
Will he In operation. The u jw i'< room
hotel was opened on Monday. It is
kept bv Mrs, Atkinson, of Greenville.
Work is progressing on tho Immenso
new ,!:ill that is going up at Whit*
mires. Tho contractors have made good
us > of the long spell of dry weather
and have pie he I forward ? the work
rapidly. It is expeotod that tho mill
v/ill be ready for tho next cotton crop.
?No wherry Observer.
We aro very apt Lo have what you
want in StOVOS. Ins', received a car
load of Buck's Stovos and 21 in actual
count, 7 different stylos to sehet from.
S. M. & K. II. Wllkes.
Kcdii'cil Rates, S|iecial Occasions, \h\
V? A W, C. Hallway.
Tho Charleston and Western Caro
lina Hallway beg to announce reduced
rates from their stations on account of
Occasions named below:
Baptist Voting People's. I In ion, Char
leston, S. ('. Hound trip tickets al re
dueed rates will be sold for this occa
sion, Aprii 2nd, 3rd, and 'Ith, final re
turn iimit April 0th, 1001.
Meeting South Carolina Medical As
sociation, Florence, S. C?Round trip
tickets for this occasion will bo on sale
April 15th, loth and 17th, linul i et urn
limit April 20th, 100).
Grand LoJgc Knights of Honor, Co?
lumbia, s. 0. Hound trip tickets at re
duced rates for this ou asion will be on
sale April IfHh, 17th and IStli, linul re
turn limit April 22ml 1001,
Grand Lodge i.<).<). f., Greenville,
S. O.?Rounu trip tickets will be sold
from all stations to Greenville, S C.
for this occasion April 23rd and 24th,
final return limit April 27th, 1001 .
South Carolina Federation of Wo
men's Clubs, Greenville, S C.?Tickets
on sale from nil stations for this occa
sion April 22nd, 23rd and 2lth, Anal re
ttirn limit April 2uth, 10Q1.
Grand Council, Improved Order of
Hod Men, Spartenburg, 8. C.?Round
trip tickets to Spartanburg for this oc
casion will bo sold April 8th, 0th apd
JOth with final limit, April lfttll.
W. J. CHAW,
General Passenger Agent.
MlTit?ns Ufvoii Away,
it is certainly gratifying to the pub
* He to know of one concern in the land
who are not itfrald to be generous to
tho needy and Buffering, The proprie
tors of Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds have
given away over ten million trial bot
tles of this great medic'no and have
the satiefaciion of knowing it has abso
lutely cured thoust.pds of hopeless
pasts. Asthma, Bronchitis, rjoarse
pesi and all diseases of the Throat,
Chcsl and Lungs are surely cured by
it. Call <>n Lnurons Drug Co. and get
a free trial hottlp, Regular sL.n fin t ts
>ivnd $1.00. K.ory buttle guaranteed or
A co/y (Jiilng room Is appreciated by
every member of tho family In summer,
Our furniture makes it a co$sy ami
handsome room, It does not need to
be line architecturally to look oomfortg
hie. Our graceful tables, buffets and
chair., will transform the plainest room
Into a handsome one -ami the co t win
not be much
H. M. A B. H. Wllkes.
s Persons hnvinjj business wiili the
Supervisor will hud him or his C ork
in tho ofllce Mondays and Fridays of
J. S. D*tUMMQNU,
Supervisor h. C.
South Carolina College?
This venerated Collogo of tho Stato
has Bont out, a useful circular of infor?
niat ion to tho accredited schools of the
Institution throughout the Stale. It
will prove of great service to those
contemplating attending this noble
seat of learning.
This Is Opening Week and vory im
portant to all tho ladies of tho city and
county, The dab ? of all tho big Open
ings will ho found In this paper, Sim
mons, on April r?*111; Tho Huh, April
2nd; Mrs. Adams, March ?''.<>; Davis &
itopcr, March 27th and 28th; tho Lau?
rens Cotton Mill Store, tho 3rd ol
April. Wilson ?-> Co. have nol an
nounced their date us yet
The SellilheI'l Club.
On the evening of April lirut, the
Schubort Symphony Club, will give a
concert at tin- Opera House, undor t he
auspices of the library association' A
large slice of the proceeds will go to
the Laurons public library. Certainly
this is a cause which appeals to every
one, but aside from that the concert
will be the best thin/ given hero this
winter ami Wi ll worth hoaring.
Death of Kx-Judge I. I). VVillierspoou.
This distinguished citixcu died at bis
home, Vorlcvtllo. on Sunday last after
a short Illness. ll.o served the state as
a soldier in Ids young manhood, as 11
Senator from York, and as a faithful
and able .ItnLv from l-ss| o l-'i7. lie
was a Christian, an honest, true man:
living ho was respected and honored;
dying all true Carolinians lament the
loss of a noble citizen. He loaves a
wife and two chlldron. Dr. J. II
Wlthorspoon, formerly of our county,
a brother also survives him.
I'or feel ion Never Attained.
It is not claimed that perfection has
been attained lu the manulaoturo of
"Clifton" Hoar, but ii approaches per
fection more nearly than any other
Hour sold, in Laurons. It Is, however,
absolutely pure, and makes the most
dolicious bread, cake and pastry. Sold
by T >'. Uarksdalo and M. H. Fowlor,
tno retail grocors.
Mr. t'eatlieistone's Tribitlo.
To the I liter of The News and COU
riot: I see in yesterday's paper a no
tice of the death of William Henry
Thomas, and the not'.ce both shocked
and pained me. I have known Thomas
for a number of yours and both loved
and admired him. He was not only a man
of more than ordinary ability, but, bet
ter than that, ho was true and honora
ble.a eomblnat'on that WO do not always
it was my pleasure to bo with him in
the Grand Lodge (Knights of I'ytbias)
meetings for tho last six or eight years.
Socially none could be more pleasant
and in his ollie'nd relations with the
brethren of tho Order he was always
In the death of Win. Henry Thomas.
Charleston has lost one of bor be.st
nu n and South Carolina one of her
truest and best sons
C. 0. FKATIlKRSTi ink.
Laurens, March 20
A regular communication ol Palmet
to Lodge, No. II?, A. F. M., will bo
bed March 20, I Ml.
II. W. Andkrson,
A Vl?llV ol Oialil.s.
No Hour sold in l.aurons matches the
"Clifton" in quality and purity. The
wealth of rieh glutfll contained in tins
Hour make- sweet,wholosome bread of a
nutty II a vor. T. N. Uarksdalo and M.
H. Fowlor, tho grocors, have it for sale.
MOl NTYIbbl. NEWS.
Mrs. It. If. Fuller -pent a few days
with her brother, Mr. Jno, Watts
near I.aureus, last week.
Mr. Hervy Banton, of Clinton, was
in town a few days ago in the interest
of the Southern Presbyterian.
Kugctie Crisp went to Columbia ye
terday to look for a position in a ma
Mr. I'.iiiie Jtcdvi'ick, of C'oronaca, h
over building a new bouse for Mr. 10.
Mount', ill ? ha - two up-to-date drum
mers now. H.A. Wharton is Bulling
tobaccos, representing a Virginia to
bacco hoii.-e and Brooks Condemn is
going around through tin e nintry sell
ing garden seeds, brooks is a dandy
(establishing an oil noil here has
been the talk of our town folks f<
some li. It i.- hardly probable
that the} will gel it up though, ns
so nie of 011 r citizens are taking stock
in a black smith - hop. it's about ?_'?">
cents a share.
Uemembor Oponlng Day, Tuesday!
A pril 2nd.
<). I'.? Simmons.
Sf.KKPINti COMKOR'V -You may be
.-uro of refreshing sloop on one of our
comfortable Iron Beds. They are just
the thing for tllOSO who want a really
elegant bed at a comparatively low
price. They are of heavy iron cast
ings, with durable enamol made to
provont cracking, with hoavy brass
trimmings. No. 710 only $1.1 00.
' 8. M. a K. H. Wilkos.
Mrs. Iinfus Dun lap and her sister,
Mrs. Thomason .spent last. Tuesday
ami Wednesday night with their fa
ther, Mr. James M. HudgOllS, who is
nuito i'l at this writing.
Miss Carrie Lnngston who takes ut
most care in foaohing tho young minds
at Karoh, Spent Saturday and Sunday
with her parents at this place.
|)r. W. L. Thompson) of Belfast, vis
Ited his parents hero last week*.
Mr. Lafayette Moore and sister of
Park's Station, visited their relatives
here last week.
The Union Mooting, which consists
of the Becond and third sections of tho
LaurooB Baptist Association, will meet
at the New Prospect Baptist church,
March 20th ami .'flat.
Cob J? D. M. Shaw has completed his
telephone line which runs through our
Messrs. A. II. and.I. C. Jerry wont
to Waterloo last Sunuu.v
Mr. Norwood Martin was down in
Waterloo settlement hist Sunday uf
The young grain Is looking line and
rye witi soon be largo enough to cut
and feed stock on.
Ilomember the Opening Display of
Fine Millinery, Tuesday, April 2nd.
See those pretty wash roods tust in
at Mrs. Ad-in.,.
Bargain Hunting?This is the place
and now is the tune, to make your pur
chase as our 10 cronts counter i.)
crowded with valuable articles that a
houisc-kecpur needs every day.
S. M. &. K. 11. Wllkcs.
The Opera Hall will bo let on April
l>t, UIOI. Any nor SOU desiring to rent
same will p'oate Bend in their bid by
IJy order of
C. K QUAY,
L. <;. BALMS, 0. o.
T?" THIS PUHLIcT"
Wo have one of the largest idocks of
Qenoral Mdrchaadlio in 1.aureus ami
will f-ell either for cash or on time a*
olteap a) anybody. AUm full lino of
Wagons, Buggioe, flarnoRB and Hndor
takor's Supplies. Soo us boforo buylne.
Will buy all tho peas you havo to swfl.
AM) BRIEF NOTES OF RECENT
Mr. J. 1'. Parks, of Alma, was in
the cit v Saturday.
Tho Rhoda Royal horse show lots
hoeu the fashion lor tho lost row days.
Mrs. Harriet Mosoloy, Of Oreenvi lo,
is visiting relatives in the city.
Mr. Glonn Puller, of Aims, was In
Mr. Will ToagUO, of Lisbon, was In
Miss Janlo Simpson, of Tumbling
shoals, was Id the city last Thursday.
Mrs. L. N, Boyd is visiting Mrs. M.
T. Simpson at (ll'OSS Ulli.
Mis? Lucilo Wright) is visiting rein
tives at llrunchville,
Mrs. Mary Chapman has gone to Due
West for a few months.
Mrs. S. II. Crltton spent last I'hurs
day in Greonvillc.
Miss Beaufort Curry, of liuhbtown,
is visiting relatives in Spartanburg
HomOnibor the Mill Store Opening.
on the 8rd, Wednesday next.
A skatiug carnival is under discus*
slon for next week.
Mr. Elart/.og, of Greenwood, sponl
Sunday with Mr. D. II. Counts.
Mr. .loshna P. Saxon, of Huntington,
was in town Monday.
Miss Claudia Irbv was Ibc giu ( of
Miss I'oarl Coletnan, ol Spartanburg,
Miss Marie Jeffries, of Columbia,was
the guest hist week of Mrs. George
Mrs. M. II. Teaguo, of Columbia,
spent last week with her -ister, Mrs.
Mr. .luck Matthews, a prominent
eiti/.en of Cross Hill, was in the city
I'rohate Judge o. c. Thompson we
arc glad to see at his ollloe again, after
being quite sick for several days.
Miss Lillette Gaino, of Converse Col
lege, was at home for a few days hist
Mrs. Vance, of Clinton, visllod her
daughter, Mrs. G. C. Albright and
other relatives in the city last week.
Mrs. John Fpperson, of Teuncsseo, is
tho guest of her sister, Mrs. W. F..
Misses .Mariegene Gailte ami Kh/.a
bcth Todd, of Converse College were
at home for a few days last week.
Miss Annie Honey, of Spartanburg,
spent Sunday with relatives in illi
There should be a large attendance
of old soldiers on Monday next at the
The state Summer Suhool for touch
ore will bo hold at Convorso Collogo,
Spartanburg, commencing Juu< 20th.
On ne.xt Monday night the Sein.1 i ;
Symphony Club at the Opera House
for tlie benefit of the library,
The County Hoard of Equalization
composed,of Chairman of the Town
ships met yesterday and completed
Mr. Ben. F. Arnold, formorly of
Princeton, now of llonoa Path, was
welcomed in the city by old friends
glad to sec him on Wednesday las'.
Don't Uilss the minstrel ellOW to
night. Tlie. linest orchestra '?n tho
road is B*rlow-Wllson's composed of
25 artists, Prices 25, 50 and 75 emits.
Get s^ats at Day's, Itopor & Co
Senator Tillman is announced as tho
Orator for F.rskiue CollogO at tho ap
proaching Commencement, Tillman is
nothing if not Tlllmanquo.
Mrs.A.M Pinch and Mrs. .1. 11. Nolan
have rented tho house on South Harper
street owned and recently repaired by
Dr. Posey, and will open a boarding
The Barlow-Wilson mloitrola will
show at the Opera IIOUSC, to-night,
(Wednesdayd this is without doubt
the host mmStrel show traveling in
America to-duy. Prices 25, 50 and 75
Dr. A. J. Christopher,of Gray Court,
and one of ll>e leaning physicians of
tho county, left last Friday lor New
York to attend a course of lectures
during the Spring.
McGhec, of Honca Path, who disap
peared six month-, ago mysteriously
turns up. Ho tells a tiig llsh story to
tho effect that he was kidnapped, ami
has been hoodooed ever since. His
story will be taken with grain!* of salt.
You will regret if if yon miss'.ho
I'.arlow-Wilson min-trel ;;l tilQ Opera
House to-night. Tills Is without doubt,
the host .show on tho road. Prices ?-!'",,
?li and 7"> cents.
Messrs. w. K. Mong and G. S. Gar
rott have pone into partnership as
brokers and commission merohants.
They aio pushing business men and
will do an up-to-date business. They
are located in Mr. John W. Fowler's,
TlIK ADVEUTISKIPS friends have
been kind and are also on the increase.
New subscribers are being added con
stantly this Spring and Its readers nro
largely increased. Therefore put in
you.r advertisement with us for it will
he seen by crowds of people,
Mr. J, 11. WithorspoOUi of Aioutit
ville, was ip tho city Friday and made
iho Editor a pleasant call. Mr. With
erspoon has large planting interests at
Mountvillo which ho Is developing suc
cessfully. He came up to Laurens on
Ids way to Vorkvtllo to visit his unole,
Judge I. D. Withorspoon.
A grcal Slorm of wind and rain uiu x
oiiij>l d for severity, swept tho county
.1 I . M Monday until 7..S0 on vnntor
day morning. Considerable d mia^o
has been done in t lie South and South*
west?life and property lost. At Dir
mingbaui Ala,, many were killed with
loss of half a million property.
Tho shadows are lengthening for the
heroes. All the Laurels Camps should
meet at one". The Re-linlons occur at.
Columbia, about the 8tll of May, at
Memphis the 27th, Camp Garlington
meets next Monday and thpso occa
sions are to be considered. Let there
he a large attendance.
This is a promising station on the R.
A. L. twelve miles East of Clinton,
Messrs Garlington and Young are
moving right ahead to make it an Im -
portant point in Laurens.
A Most Sad Casualty.
Willie Murray, nine years old, son of
Mr. J, F. Murray, COttOfl mill opera
tive, was drowned in Little K'.vor, In
this city, yesterday. The stream was
greatly swollen and Willie and a suiaH
hoy, (Moore,) undertook to drive u pair
of mules att ached to a wagon over the
usual ford. The wagon was overturned,
Willi? sank, but tho other boy caught
loa fonce and was saved. The body
was* recovered after several hours. The
casualty is greatly regretted and the
parevutedeeply sympathized with.
is a foaturo of our Proscription De
partment upon which wo pride
oursolvos. Wo do not slight Buoh
proscriptions simply booaaso the
modlchics arc to he given to do
moslic animals. Drugs and uhomi
oaJs of doubtful quality arc not
"good enough" at our store. This
is why you should bring u., your
prescriptions for Condition Pow
ders, Liniments, Poultry medi
cines. Hog cholera rem idles, Dog
Wo also have a largo number of
formulas for preparing all kinds of
remedies for all diseases of all do
The Laurens J)ru? Co.
'Phono 76 Goods delivered.
LA MO KIPS LOCALS.
We have hi en having some line
weather and work on the farm goes
steadily on. Some are through putting
in guano, anil :; few lUWO planted some
? urn. We tear that too much cotton
and loo little e.orn is going to he
planted this year.
Our leading citizens are again
agitating an oil mill tor i his place.We
learn that the amount of capital re
quired can he easily obtained here and
at linorce This is what we need -not
only for the betterment of our little
town, hut lor the good of the surround
ing country as wi ll We hope I hat
success will crown the efforts of our
The recent heavy rains along Beav
ei dam Creek caused Cap;. .1. W. ban
lord's mill-dam tu break, but he re
paired it at once and is still making
that line grade of meal for which his
mill is tamed,
Rev. W II..Miller preached another
good sermon lust third Sunday on Hin
drances to Church worship. We are
well phased wiih our preacher
That epidemic of grippe which came
our WSJ a lew week-, ago has partly
spent its foroo, but still retains in ii
?rrasp Mr. .1. W. ban ford, Mr. and Mr-..
T. il. DeShlelds, Mrs. Lena Moore and
others- Wo hope to seo them all we"
in a lew days. We are glad to report
that there have been no deaths,
Mrs. P.M. Johnsoll alle, spending
several months with her sou at this
place, returned toiler home in North
t laroliun lot Thursday,
Mr. T. !:. Ii. Cray went to Laurens
Thursday and while ih. re treated him- j
-ell to a new buggy.
Mr. 10. II. Moore,our popab'V mi||,.r
ground -omo corn n lev*' ,|avs ;ljr(, for
O. K. Wallace whi-;, Wtt8 three years
old. Let us fOiiow the example of our
ox-Senator and raise plenty of corn
Mr, $, W? Johnson went lo Spartan
blirg on business hist Thursday.
We had a cold snap Thursday night
whicTi killed a lot of peaches, hut we
hope there are .some left yet.
Messrs. Ii, M. and Ii. W.Johnson
went to lionea Path in the interests of
the i .union: Pottery last Monday.
XI00 Reward $100.
The readers of this paper will be.
pleased to learn that thero is at least
one dreaded disease; that science 1i;m
been able to cure in all Its stages ami
that Is Catarrh. I hill's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure now known lo
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being
a constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca
trih Cure is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system, thereby de
stroying the foundation of the disease,
and giving the patient strength by
building up tho constitution and as
sisting nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have so much faith in its
curative powers that they oiler One
llundred Dollars for any case that it.
bills to euro. Seed for list uf lesti-I
l?\ J. CHENHY co co.,
Sohl by d l ie. gisl 8, 75c.
Hall's Family Tills arc the best.
Wo have established at the Palmetto
Drug Co. a Book Depository. Ail pat
ties wishing t'ibuy or exchange hooks
can gel them Kt the list price.
Ohas. F. Brooks,
C. s. F..
Oyor.seors of public roads of Lau
rens count) will report at unco to the
Commissioners or Supervisor the num
ber of hands liable to.duty on their re
spective roads. Thej may report by
mail or In person.
J. S. DUIIMMOND,
Supervisor L. C.
Z Grated JDisplay 3
Ji affords nie great pleasure to state that I will be able to show the most beautiful line of Spring Novelties in Dr< ss G >ods,
Silks, Laces , Embroideries, Millinery Goods that I have ever shown in Laurens. To sot them will be
to admire them. I invite you, one and all, to visit my store on
T?esday, fljpfii 2d, 1901.
when I will have our first Spring Display. 1 have engaged Miss Alice Frciz, of Baltimore, kvho i up
high ails in .Millinery, lo lake charge of my Millinery Department. No one who lov< a I1 b
artistic should miss this display*
Gf ai?d SP^Il^G Opei
1 in o
Wednesday and Thursday, March 27th and 28th
The Largest aud best Slock, of Goods you ever saw in the following litics. Come see them and wo will appreci 1 it.
The lines! creations of the weavers art. Everything to
make you comfortable and pretty.
Foulards Dimities, Lawns, Organdies,
Piques, Ginghams, Silk Grenadines.
The prettiesl and largest assortment you ever saw.
Laces, Embroideries, Insertions and all Novelties.
Ribbons a Specialty
Ladies' Rcady-madc-waisls, Skirls and Wrappers.
Ladies' Nobby street Hats.
Young Mun, Old Man, Large Man, 5m v i
Man, or any other man you know--?You c i
the Spring Clothing we are ready to oflei you. ?
we have ever had.
in Ihe best stylos and leathers?nade I ) wear well,
look well and be comfortable. You jii
cannot beat them.
02 J Come ! Every
Laurens, S. C.
f I \>/K 1
Does this Trice please you? If you
will call and see the wheel, you will be
suppriscd to sec what a Wheel we are
selling for so little money, they are
Tijoefjty nfive IDollaf f->
goods, bul we want your trade, so they
go at $18.50
Full line Tires and sundries in sto( k v\
than you ever heard of before,
can repair your old Wheel.
I & Purchases. ? v
IJAIjL, rimk1k8 i% KYLL.
Attorney* at daw,
LauRBNs, South Carolina.
Wo praotico in all Stalo ami United
Btaloa Courts. Hpoclal attoulioii glvon
Sevordl town lot.s for sale. Sales of
int- on monthly installments nego
vv. w. Hall.
KXKOUTOKS, GUARDIANS AND
YOU aio again reminded that.
I>y failing to mako their returns
they not only forfeit their com
missions, but are liable to tho
penalties ineidont to tho/4>suauco
* of a rule to show caur.o whw return
I has nob been made. y
1 o.g.thompson, ,
THE LAURENS BAH
A NEW LAW FIRM.
The nndei ugnod have- this day en
tered Into u partnership for tho practice
of law In tho Courts of this State, under
the name *>f Simpson & Cooper and will
promptly attend to all business on
trusted to thorn.
IL Y. SIMPSON,
II. A. COOPBR.
W. l?. KNICJHT. lt. B. UAHH.
Attorneys at Law.
Itfi Will practice in all the State and
Federal Courts. Strlet attention to all
business intrusted to them.
Olllce up-Btairs, Simmons' building.
Teachers and Keholara of Laorenn
Wishing to save you money, as well
as to supply you with tho latest books,
we have put in stock Johnson's Read
ers, Leo's Hlatorios, Oinu's Arithme
tics and F rev's Geographies. Gia 1 to
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