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LAUltENS. *. Cm Oct. 0, 1001.
Gray Court and Her Fair.
Tbis fair little city had her annual
exposition of stook, agricultural dis
plays and other Interesting attractions
on Friday and Saturday last. Our
good friend Chlldress furnished tho
span of dashing chestnuts and drove
us up ten miles in luxurious fashion.
Gray Court is a fair and beautiful vil
lago, with a splendid surrounding
country and a typical thrifty, indus
trious and intelligent population, all
dcMjrmined to be abreast and leading
in tho raco of progress of this progres
sive oleotrlc age. So wo wout to soe
and lonrn, and wero not disappointed.
Wo had no time to tako detailed notes,
but The Advertiser will get it all
from Its intelligent local correspond
ent. We can only deal In glittering
generalitios and say that tho Fair was
eminently a success. About 1500 peo
ple woro on the beautiful grounds and
all enjoyed the many attractions. The
ladies' department was exquisite.
needlework that would honor tho lin
gers of Ponelopo, llowers and fruits
that would embellish the gardens
of the Hosperldes, cordials, preserves,
jellies and innumerable delicacies that
only tho daintiest fingers of tho love
liest housewives could design. Tho
agricultural exhibit was highly cred
itable Everything that garden and
field can produoeo was there artisti
cally shown, from a balo of cottou to
an ear of pop-corn, prolliic corn, bales
of wheat straw, oats, rye, potatoes,
turnips, hay und fodder, boautlful
specimens evidencing the highest and
most various culture Wo hesitato to
discriminato, but among tho exhibit
ors wo got tho names of George Dor
roh. Glenn Fuller, W. P. Harris, J. T.
Pedon, W. A. Putnam, J* D. Power,
11. Ii. Gray and many othors, among
them tho oxhiblt of an old colored
man, Andy Robertson, very crcdltablo
indeed. He is a small landowner and
his neighbors give him a high charac
There was a line display of colts and
some good racing, attracting much
A fantastic, good show was 17 lads
under 15 on a float, endorsed "prolific
Gray Court," and drawn by four great
oxen. The baby show we missed, but
the girls won hands down, we wore told,
and tho wearers of the blue are bound
to wear them ass bellos in tho not dis
The lads contested as horseback
riders, Ml wero gallant chaps, but
Tom Wargln, wo bolieve, was the
four-year-old kid that one day may sit
bis steed like a Hampton or Lee. As
gracoful horsemen, (and they were as
graceful as centaurs) Dr. Stewart and
Mr. Samuel Coleman, of Fairvlow, di
vided the honors. As with cavalrymen,
the horse la more than half the cava
lier. We are sorry that we have not
space for fuller detivls of tho interest
ing occasion. The generous neighbors
furnished picnic dinners at their ve
hicles during an hour's recess. Two
* dozen gracious invitations greeted us
and our deep regret is that we could
not accept them all. But we had a
dainty dinner and the most beautiful
hostesses, whose charms|of conversation
nearly took away our appetite. An
old Laurens Mason, in old times, went
to the burial of a brother, where a big
dinner and good liquids wero served.
Growing very convivial, ho said: "I
wish one brother Mason die every
week." And so the occasion was
beautifully social and kindly, and
we reluctantly took leave of a do- en of
these hospitable Laurens families.
Occasions like this are blessings in a
social way, and particularly educa
tional and improving for tho young
and coming on generation
And so thanks are returned to Gray
Court and all that vicinity. Tom Pe
den, Hugh Wallace, Ed Shell, James
N. Loake and others deserve tho thanks
of the county for two days of pleasure
and profitable object lessons.
Tho Schley Court of Inquiry.
Dewey la presiding over tho Court
investigating Schley at Santiago. Ho
seems to be as prompt and decided as
at Manilla?and while the fight among
attorneys and oflicials is bitter and
many questions knotty, Dowoy appears
equal to any question. The prosecu
tors "?ottid show that Schley was nerv
ous, indecisive, timid or all, during the
fight and tho campaign In and around
the harbor: that the tight was won by
tho commandora of vessols without the
direction of any fleet commander. The
result of tho Inquiry seems doubtful?
but squints towards a conclusion that
it was anybody's victory and tho coun
try short a hero or blessed with half a
score. But tho evidence all in, a fu
ture gonoratlon may reach a just ver
dict. Villainous prejudice will post
pone it for tho present.
Col. Wiley Jones.
Col. Jones has been long and favora
bly mentioned as a condldate for the
United States Sonnto as tho successor
of Senator MuLaurtn. Col. Jones now
declines on account of Imporativo bus
iness and in doing so suggests that tho
several aspirants withdraw and leave
the field to Senator Hampton. He be
lieves the Democracy will overwhelm
ingly return to the Senato the vene
rator* hero and statesman. Whether
the suggestion Is practicable or not, It
does Infinite honor to tho heart of Col.
The Stato Dispensary brought suit
for $7,000 paid tho General Government
for her whiskey sales. The contention
was that the State Is fighting for the
sobriety of her citizens. United States
Commissioner, Yerkes, decides ad
versely to this contention and classes
tho Stato and all her people as ordina
ry bar tenders. There is an appeal
from Yerkes. In tho meanwhile a
great Distillery is in course of const ruc
tion at Columbia, in the shadow of the
Great Moral Institution, the product to
he sold to tho Dispensary. It will
give employment to many people, who
might otherwise be Idle and join the
criminal classes. And thus our capital
city will continue to grow.
It Is n little bumptious or presump
tions to advise to hold or to sell cotton.
One man will guess as well as another
about a crop worth some three hundred
millions or moro. But it does seem to
The Advertiser an auspicious time
not to be In a hurry to sell. In the
meanwhile, as there is no knowing,
every man will follow his own in
Miss Helen Htonp, an American ml
sionary, has been captured by Turkish
brigands, and held for a big ransom.
Tho ransom must be paid, or she must
marry one of the brigands, or suffer
death. Tho Christian Powers might
re-enact tho ten years invasion and
siege for an earlier Helen and make it
tho occasion of curing permanently
the invalid Turk. Thus history would
repeat itself as usual.
Married at the residence of Capt.
W. S. Pitts, October 1st., at 11 a. in.,
Kev. Miles J. Kyzor, a prominent
young minlstor of the Lexington Bap
tist Association, to Mies Anna Lec
Pitts. The bride and groom left on
the 5 o'clock train for Charleston
whore they will spond their honey
moon on the Isle of Palms. Leaving
thoir they will go to, Lewledale, their
future homo In Lexington county.
Mr. Morgan Kjzcr, a brother of tho
groom, attended the marriage.
Mr. W. P. Turner returned to A it
gutta last Monday where he resumed
his studies in the Augusta Medical
Mrs. Sallie Elklu, and neice, Miss
Grace, of Columbia, who have been
spending tho summer with Mrs. Dick
Brown havo returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Uollis, of Union, at
tended the marriage of Mrs. Uollis'
sister, Miss Pitts.
Miss Victoria Hudd, of Saluda, after
a long visit to friends and relatives in
this community returned homo Wed
Miss Julia Turner spent last week
at Mountvillo visiting hor cousins,
Misses Beulah and Pauline Turner.
Mr. John Atohison, of Newborry,
was again visiting in this community
I .it tic Eugonla Whoeler is visiting at
hor grand fathor's, Mr. W.C. Hill.
Mrs. E. G. Fuller and little daugh
ter, Marlon, were the guests of Mr. \V .
P, Turner lagt Tuesday.
Aftor a long spell of Illness Mr.
Henry NotIV. passed to his homo above
on Tuosday, October 1st. The entlro
community gacatly sympathize with
the bereaved family In this thoir groat
Mies Annie i'.oul ware, who has bcoil
sponding tho Summer with Miss Flor
ence Pitts, has roturnod to her homo
in Sal?da county.
State of South Carolina,
In Court of Common Plbab.
Tho National Bank of Laurons, South
Carolina, Plaintiff, against John Y.
Garllngton and Mary Y. Garlington,
Pursuant to the Decree of Foreclo
sure and sale in the above stated case
I will sell at public outory to the high
est bidder, at Laurens C. H., S. C., oYi
Sale-day in November next, being
Monday the 4th day of the month, dur
ing : he legal hours for such salos, tho
following described property, to wit:
All that piece or parcel of land, situ
ato in the town of Laurens, county
and state aforesaid, containing Seventy
Acres, more or less, bounded on the
North by Dr. J. A. Barksdale, East by
Little River, South hy Reedy Fork
Greek, and West by C. D. Barksdale.
Also, a Lot of Ten Acres, more or
les?, in samo town, and bounded North
by Little River, East by Harper Street,
South by Lee Langs ton, on the West by
Sallie D. Young.
Also, tho One-half interest of the
defendant, Mary Y. Garlington, In tho
W. R. Young tract of land, which con
tains Five Hundred and Fifty-five (555)
Acres, more or less, situated in Jacks
Township, in the County and State
aforesaid, and bounded on tho North
by Duncan's Creek and J. T. Duncan,
on tho East by George F. Young, South
by Owens Place, and West by Owens
Terms: One-third of tho purchase
money to be paid in cash, and the re
mainder on a credit of one and two
years, with Interest from the day of
sale, to bo secured by the bond or bonds
of tho purchaser or purchasers and a
mortgage or mortgages of tho premisef
sold, with leave to the purchaser to
pay the entire bid In cash. The pur
chaser to pay for papors and stamps ;
and if tho purchaser falls to comply
with tho terms of salo, the proporty
to be resold ab his risk on tho same or
somo subsequent Salesday.
JOHN F. BOLT,
c. c. p. and o. s. for l. c.
Oct. 8th, 1901?4t #
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In Court of Common Plkab.
Tho National Bank of Laurens, South
Carolina, Plaintiff, against Mary Y.
Pursuant to the Decree of Foroclosuro
and Sale in the aboye stated casn, I
will sell at public outcry, to tho high
est bidder, at Laurons C. II-, S. C, on
Salesday in November next, being
Monday, the 4th day of the month, du
ring tho legal hours for such sales, the
following: described property, to wit:
All that lot or tract of land embra
cing the Garlington Homestead, sit
uate within the corporate limits of the
City of Laurens, containing Twenty
fivo Acroa, more or less, and bounded
by Office Lot, Crawford Lot, Mrs.
Eloise Shol), D.P. Goggans, vacant
lot next to depot, (now owned by D. P.
and S. H. Goggans) Canning Factory
lot (now Standard Oil Go. lot), by
street leading toward Newberry to
New Street leading to Oil Mill, (except
whore lots sold to Kennedy Bros ,
Hugh S. Kennedy and Machen <k Mar
tin intervene), then along said (Now)
street to lot sold for churob, 40x00, by
J. O. O. Fleming, S. W. Vance, (now
Dr. Holfo Hughes), Mrs. Sallie P.
Richardson, (now Mrs. Gllkerson's lot),
and Harper Street.
Also, One tract of land situate in tho
County and State aforesaid, containing
Fifty-one Acres, more or less, bounded
by lands of B. W. Ball, Mrs. E. J.
Garlington, the public road leading to
Park's Station, lands of Sam F. Gar
lington, and lots of G. W. Wallace,
William II. Jernigan, Jas. S. Adams,
i Edmond M. Martin, Laurens J. Riddle,
I and others.
I Also. All that lot or parcel of land
lying, being and situate in the City of
Laurens, In the County and state
aforesaid, containing about One Hun
dred and twenty (120) feet on Harper
Street and running back from said
street about One Hundred (100) feet,
and bounded on the North by Home
Place, East by Home place, South
by lot of Mrs. S. P. Riohardson, (now
Mrs. Gilkerson), and West by Harper
Street, and known as "Office Lot."
Also, That lot situate in said City of
Laurens, In said County and State,
containing about Eighty by Eighty
feet, more or less, bounded on the
North by Home Place, East by lot
of Mrs. Lhlldress and lot of J. O. C.
Flouting, (now W.P . Ohildress), South
by lot of S. D. & W. P. Childrefs and
West by public alloy way, about twenty
feet wide, being part of Crawford lot.
Also, All that piece, parcel or traot
of land lying, bofng and situato in the
IState aforesaid, in tho County of Lau
rons and in the City of Laurens, con
taining Thirty-four Acres, moroorless,
bounded by the Charleston <fe Western
Oarolina Railway, lands of Mrs. Jose
phine Watts and other lands belonging
to the said Mary Y. Garlington, and
Terms: One-third of tbo purehase
money to be paid in cash, and the re
mainder on a credit of one and two
years, with interest from the day of
sale, to be sooured by the bond or bonds
of tho purchaser or purchase? and a
mortgage or mortgages of the premises
sold, with leave to tbo purchaser to
pay the entlro bid in oash. The pur
chaser to pay for papers and stamps;
and if the purchaser fails to comply
with the terms of sale, the proporty
to bo resold at his risk on the same or
some subsequent Salesday.
JOHN F. BOLT,
c. o. p. and u. a. foi>u a
* Oct. 8th, 1901?41.
(Written for last week.)
We are having soino very pretty
weather now to pick cotton, and tbo
farmers are taking advantage of tho
There is a lot of hay being cut and
saved this year.
Mr. Young Cunningham has been
sick for several weeks. We are glad to
state ho is better.
Rev. Father Hughes, of Greenville,
Said a pleasant visit to tho families of
[r. Hugb Greylishand Mrs. Lavlu last
Mr. K. fl. Greniker, of Newberry,
visited Mr. Groylish's family last
Miss Lidie Sloan loft Tuesday to en
ter the Due West College. Lidie is a
swoot girl and will bo missed by her
Mr. P. Fahoy loft homo last Monday
on an extondod business trip to the
lower part of this sta'o. He will be
missed very much.
Mrs. K. M. Cunningham left last
week to spend a few weeks with her
sister, Mrs. Harris, in Alabama.
Miss Luoy Sloan will leave in a few
days to tako cbargo of the Shady
Grovo school. Tho pcoplo of Shady
Grovo aro very fortunato to secure the
services of Miss Lucy as teacher.
Miss Octavia McQuown, of Clinton
visltod Mr. K. O. Halrston's family this
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hairstou and lit
tle Glenn spent Sunday with Mr. Hugh
WEIGH AND STORE YOUR COTTON
I havo charge of tho Luurons Bonded
Waro House. I waul, to weigh your
cotton. Honest woights and courteous
treatment will bo my motto. Givo mo
Sept. 16, 1901. J. IltVIN COLEMAN.
Do You Need
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Notice to Creditors.
All porsous having demands
against the estates of Nancy M.
Mutlox and El'ysabeth C. Mnttox,
deceased, arc hereby notified to
proseut thom proporly proven, at
a reference to bo held at tho oflice
of tho Judgo of Probate, at Lau
rens C. H., 8. C, on tho 31st, day of
October, 1901, or to mo boforo that
date, or bo forover barred.
M. C. COX ,
Administrator with will annexed.
Oct. 8, 1801?81.
Who will open up in n
few woeks, next door to
J. O. O. Fleming & Co.,
with a Hr8t-class and
nicely selected stock of
Wo will also fit you witli
a Qrst-cln8s pair of Spec
tacles just to suit tho
eye?. Ono of the firm
has graduated as an Op
g0" We will olso havo a first
class Jeweler to repair your
Watches, Jewelry, Etc., iu a work
man liko manner.
Luureiis, S. C.
CROSS HILL DOTS.
Miss Jounlo Loo Martin, after a long
stay at Ninety-Six and Greenwood, Is
at homo again.
. Mra. Dr. Pinson has boon very ill
but is better at this writing.
Miss Virginia Hindi, after several
months stay w\lh rclativos and friends
at Blacksburg, is visiting Mrs. Dr.
Mr. Li P. McSwain after a loug spell
of fever is able to bo out again.
I Mrs. Luoy Boyd, of Lauren?, Is the
Riiest of Mrs. M. T. Simpson.
Rev: Mr. Raohford will preach in tho
Presbyterian church Sunday.
Mrs. L. S. McSwain came home last
week after spending a pleasant Sum
mer in Washington.
Mrs. Dr. Austin, aftor a long visit to
relatives and friends in this town, re
turned to her homo In (Joronaca Mon
Mrs. Robertson, of Waterloo, was
the guest of Mrs. A. M. Hill Sunday.
Little Wiliio Millor Pinson, has boon
quite sick, but is ?. K. again.
Tlio World's Greatest Fovcr Medicine.
Johnson's Tonic does in a day what
slow Quinino caunot do in ten days.
Its splendid euros are In striking con
trast with the feeble cures made by
If you aro utterly wretched, take a
thorough course of Johnson's Tonic
and drive out every trace of Malarial
poisoning The wise Insure their livos
and the wiser insure their health by
using Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic.
It costs 50 cents if it cures; not one
cent if it does not.
Debtors and Creditors.
All persona indebted to the cstato of
Dr. Thomas McCoy, deceased, will
plcaso Bettle sumo without delay with
C. W. Tune at tho People's Loan and
Exoh&Uge Hank, or with W. R. RIchoy.
And all persons holding claims
against said estato will prosent them
duly proven to W. R. Rlchey, at his
law ollico, at Laurens Court House,
C. w. Tune,
W. It. RlCHRY,
Oct. 2, 1001?tf Bxocutors.
The Entering Wedge
To your consideration is gen
erally tho cost, though cost should
always bo relative to value to bo a
fair tost. The lumber wo soli may
not always be tho cheapest in price,
but it's always cheapest in the
long run, bocauso wo give tho best
value. Thoroughly kiln-dried,pro
perly sawed and planod, you'll
find it "matches" well, and will
bo a lifo-long source of satisfac
Wedding Bells In Lamms.
Clinton, B.C., Oct. 3.?Tho Rov. B.
C. Boll, of Hughosvlllo, Mo., stopped
over last night with friends in town.
He is on his way to the beautiful coun
try homo of Mrs. Hipp, near Lnurens,
where he will marry nor accomplished
daughtor, Miss Carrie E. Hipp, this
evening, the Rev. W. P. Jacobs, D. D.,
officiating.?News and Courier.
Extra pants for Boys, in big sizes.
J. K. Minter & Bro.
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
with local applieations, as they can
not roach the seat of the disease.
Catarrh is a blood or constitutional dis
ease, and in order to euro it you must
take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, and acts di
rectly on the blood and mucous sur
faces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a
quack medicine. It was prescribed by
one of the best physicians in this coun
try for years, and is a regular prescrip
tion. It is composed of the best tonics
known, combined with tho best blood
purifiers, acting directly on the mucous
surfaceo. The perfect combination of
the two ingredients is what produces
such wonderful results in curing Ca
tarrh. Send for testimonials froe.
P. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by Dtugglats, 7?c.
Hall's Family Pills aro tho best.
THE County Treasurer's Books
will bo open for. collection of
State, County and Commutation
Road Taxes for fiscal year 1000
at tho Treasurer's ollice, from
October 15th to December 81st,
AH persons owning property or
paying taxes for others in more
than one Township are requested
to call for receipts in each Town
ship in which they live. This is
important, as additional cost and
penalty may not bo attached.
Prompt attention will be given
I those who wish to pay their taxos
through tho mail by checks,
money orders, etc. Persons send
ing in lists of names to bo taken
oil" arc urged to send in oarly as
the Treasurer is very busy during
the month of December.
Tho Tax Levy is as follows:
Laurcns Special School...... 3\ mills
Fountain Inn Special Sohool.. ?! "
Waterloo Special School. 2 "
^roes Hill Special School.3 "
Mountville Special Sohool. 2 V 11
Special Railroad Tax, Sullivan, 18 "
Ordiuary Tax.14J "
All ablobodioci male citizens
between tho ages of 21 and 60
years are liable to pay' a poll tax
of $i.00, except old soldiers who
are exempt at 50 years of age.
Commutation Road Tax, $1.50 in
lieu of working the public roads,
to be paid at the time, as stated
Como early and avoid the rush.
It is said thoro will bo no exten
sion this time.
J. H. COPELAND,'1
Laurons, S. C, Oct. 0, 1001-td.
Arc Cordially invited to make our Store their headquarters during the
Fair, Oct. 18th and 19th.
Our Dress-maker's Room will be turned over to the Ladies and Children that they may rest and re-arrange their
toilet before going to the FAIR Grounds.
Our Dry Goods
Department is comploto in every dotail. We haven't a "back
number" iu our Store. Have just anything that can bo bought in any
first-class Dry Goods Storo. All tho newest shades and stylos, and
new goods coming in ovory day. Wo have a hotter seloction of New
Goods than most any storo in the larger towns.
Is full and running over with Bargains. We havo all now Goods
aud can fit Men and Boys in all sizes, from a 8-yoar-o!d-boy to size 41
Our motto in this department is: Better Goods for Loss money than
you can buy anywhere elso. We mean it.
CLOAKS and JACKETS
Is complote in all sizos and kinds, in Newest stylos aud Lowest
Erices. You cannot fiud a more comploto Btock anywhere Romom
or we are making a specialty of Ladios' Fino Goods in all depart
ments, aud of oourso we have all tho Staple Goods, and will soil thom
ohoaper than you can buy them elsewhero. Trimmings to match all
classes of Dress Goods. Will sell you cheaper, as our expenses aro less
Department is complete in every detail. Tho prettiest Fall and
Winter styles wo could find in Now York aro iu our Store for your in
spection. This Department is in charge of a compotent Milliner, who
will soil you Ohoaper than you cau buy elsowhoro.
We sell Battle Axe Shoes,
Tho best lino on oarth, and will sell you Cheaper than you can
buy elsewhere. We mako a specialty of Ladies' and Misses' line Shoos
?-every pair, from tho cheapest up, is Guaranteed by us. We moau
And Matting?at your own prico?and Louolium, two yards wido
In Our 'JM ?? & i .??:m.
Department, wo havo all kinds of Neckwear, for ladios and men.
Just seo our Chifl'on Rnffs, at $1.50?oheapor and prettier than Feath
or Boas. Kid Glovos, 75 cents, anywhere else, $1.00. Ladies' and
Children's Onion Siitts, and_extra Vests and Pants, at your own price.
Ask to see our Faeinators ? they are beautiful. Have just
rocoivod a lot of beautiful Table Covers, and rod and white Damask,
Cheaper thau over bofore sold. v
XT an ja- ??. i fi; mm jl*?P3
Fine Furniture, of all kinds, and STOVES. You cannot
afford to buy until you soe ours. Wo havo four carloads of Drossors,
Bureaus, Bedstoads, Sideboards, Safes, Tablos and Chairs, and lots of
other things found in a Furniture Storo. Wo boat tho world on Prices
All kinds of Hardware. Wo soli the celebrated Chattanooga
Chillod Plow und Points, all sizes. Building Hardwaro and complote
lino of Carpontors' Tools. All bottor than tho best and choapor than
tho ChoapoBt. Piotnro-framing done to order.
Wo have all kinds of Fancy and Staplo GROCERIES. See what
prices wo will mako you. It will do you good to ask.
Woodruff, S. C.
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trial acted like a charm. Send mo a full size bottle." b
We wani to send to every sufferer a trial treatment of Asthma- p
u line, similar to the one that cured Mr. W?lls. Wo'll send itby?
u mail Postpaid, Aosolotely Free of Charge, to auy sufferer who I
? will write for it, even on a postal. Never mind, though you are g
a despairing, howover bad your case, the more glad we are to send it. n
I Do not delay, write at snce, addressing DR. TAFT BROS.' MEDI- g
I OINE CO., 79 East 120th St., N. Y. City. Sold by all Druggists. n
bizcs a2, yi, 80, 38. 10.
Sizes, i, 6, 8,10 ycare.
Mrs. Adams will show the Finest and
most stylish line of?
Dress Goods, Millinery and Notions,
ever shown in this City. Everybody come
and see the best selection of all the
newest Goods in Ladies Dress.
IfflRS. RVI. ADAMS
I am agent for New Idea Patterns. Only 10 cents each.
You May Have
Trials of Your Own,
but we want to propose a trial of our
Imperial Maple Syrup. $1.00 and
$2.00 per can. A little high in price,
Laurent* Cotton Mills Store.
t. c. luca3, Manager,
mm en ntntl
Styles Like Seasons Change!
The time has come when the light
Summer dress must give place to a
fabric of heavier weight.
have opened this week from the leading importing
houses in the Northern markets full lines for Ladies
wear. The largest Stock of Black Goods ever shown
here. Fine Black French Henriettas come to the front
again, while Venetians and Serges are Struggling for
first place. Whipcord, Armure and the Pebble weave
will have a light in the race as the go-betjyeens'irora
the smooth twills and the still heavier and coarser
weaves. Here is seen a heavy closely woven cloth
very durable for rainy day Skirts; it comes in six dis
tinct shades. For waist patterns is shown in solid col
orings a fine Cotton Twill, showy but-inexpensive. Also
an intermediate grade will make up stylish. The
choicest of all is a fine all-wool French Twill, this
cotnes in seven exquisite shades and will prove a
quick seller. Table Linen, Hosiery, Flannels and
Underwear?every department is well represented, but
space will only permit a passing notice.
Correct Styles and LOWEST PRICKS. ?
W. G. Wilson & Go.
A NEW LAW FIRM.
The- undersigned h.-.ve this day on
torod into a partnership for the practieo
of law In tho Courts of thlsStato, under
the namo of Simpson & Cooper and will
promptly attend to all business en
trusted to them.
H. Y. Simpson,
li. A. Cooper.
Dr. ttolfe K. Hughes,
Odlce In Dial Block?ovor Pal
motto Drug Store.
Spooially preparod for?Examin
iug and Treating diseases of Bye,
Bar, Throat and Noso.
w. b. knight. k. e. 11A Mit.
KNIGUT & BABB,
Attr neyg at Law.
fjjr Will practice in all the Stato and
Federal Courts. Strict attention to all
business Intrusted to them.
Office up-stairs, Simmons' Building.
BALL, & 8IMKIN8,
Attorneys at Law,
Lauren* , South Carolina.
We practieo In all State and United
State* Courts. Special attention Rlren
TAKE notico that on tho 5th
day of Nov, 1901, we will render
a (inal account of our acts and do
ings as Executors of tho ostato of
Gideon Yoargin, d 00 eased, in
the offico of Judgo of Probato for
Laurons county, at 11 o'clock, a.
m., and on tho samo dato will ap
ply for a final discharge from our
trust as such Executors.
All persons having demands
against said estate will ploasotf,
present them on or beforo t hat day,
proven and authenticated, oij^bo,
W. C. OURRYj
H. J . TAYLOR.
Oct. 2, i?oi. it ^A, ;
Wantkd-You to ordor you? whis
key for "personal use"' from. <Coo$or ?
Farming Dlstlilory Co., Brevavd, N.
O. Corn whiskey from 81.05 tef $?.00
per gallon; vessel included. Kv> from
$2.15 to 93.15. I'each brandy $2.65,1 Ap
ple $2.16 per gallon- ? .
a. Tf. Coorflrt,