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IjAUKKNS, s. c, Dec. 4, 1901.
The Anderson Lynching.
Lynohing i% not to be tolerated at a
great distance from the critic. It is
very materially different when the
ground for the lynching is at your door
and among your neighbors, or per
ohance nearer 6tlll. In|Ando-sou a no
gro ox-convlct passing a country house
and finding only a young married wo
man in charge, demanded something to
eat. Being given baked potatoes, the
only cooked food in the house, he curs
ed her and then as she lied deliberately
shot her. Whereupon neighbors hunt
ed him down and took his life. Now if
the death penalty is sound this fellow
deserved it and desorvod it quick. The
objection to lynching is In the possi
bility of a mistake, In the facility of the
operation. In this oase It appears that
the identity of tho assailant was well
The Anderson people made no mis
take. If tho incident had happened
up in Maine we might criticize it. But
the circums'ancea mako the monstrous
A Classic Academy.
There Is an idea too prevalent that a
f;ood gradod school at home and a co'
ege convenient, and every educational
facility is allorded. No graded school
under the educatlonul system of this
State can lit a boy for a college of or
dinary standard, muob less ono ot the
leading institutions of learning of tbo
country. It does a boy infinite injus
tice fo send him totho lowest class of a
college from a Gradod School, and tho
boy Is apt to find it out before he has
been long at College. A first-class
Classlo Academy Is tho plaoo for a
youth after he reaches fourteen, and
until he is 16 or 17 if he is intended for
a College or University career. At
such a school a boy or girl can be pre
pared for tho sophomore class if neces
sary. The classics, tho mathmatics,
history and geography, with the mod
ern languages should be taught. I .au
reus is a model site for such a school,
and there is nono suoh in tho upper
part of tbo state except as adjunct to
the Denominational Colleges. We feel
assured that such a school would fill a
general want and draw patronage from
all parts of the country, in and out of
Chips of News.
Thanksgiving was more generally ob
served In tbis State than formerly.
A million and a half dollar Qro in
Foot Ball season is about over and a
few wards in the Collogo Hospitals are
Billy Bothwell. at Uarvard, beat
Terry McGovern, light weight cham
pion, in two rounds.
In Michigan, in a terrible railroad
disaater, eighty were killed outright
and as many injured.
At tne Columbia Theatre, Biahop
Galloway, presiding at Conference, de
livered a Thanksgiving address replete
with eloqunce, Christian zeal and pa
The presence of throo Bishops, Gal
loway, of Mississippi; Duncan, of South
Carolina, and Candler, of Georgia,
makos notable tho Conference at Co
Hood Roads Convention.
This Is one of tho Important events
of the yoar and we hope the admirable
committee designated for Lanrens will
be at tho roll call. The Convention
meets Kith inst., at Greenville. Col.
Shaw, Col. Wharton, Mr. Itlchoy and
Supervisor Drummond should not for
got the day.
West Point Bents Annapolis.
At Philadelphia, Saturday, the sons
of Mars were too heavy for the sons of
Neptune. Teddy Roosevelt saw the
game, and was a little wild over the
incidents. The crowd gave him a tre
mendous ovation. Ho wore a stove pipe
When Joe Johnson was marching up
the Peninsula, in 1862, the mud was in
tollerab'e, and the boys straggled.
"Close up two deep" cried an oOicer.
"Blast me" said on Irish boy, " n tco
deep now,?up to the neck." * .pect
fully referred to tho Good F .da pa
triots at Greenville the 16th Inst.
Capt. W. A. Courtenay, of Newry,
in a letter to the News and Courier,
saya that the 2nd Vol of Liogan's His
tory of Upper Carolina, (Manuscript)
is not lost, but Is In the hands of par
ties in Wisconsin. We hope he is not
There is a movement out in Omaha,
Nebraska, to deprive the negro of his
right to cook and wait, as avocations.
The bad negroes had better submit to
an occasional swinging and roasting at
the South, with the right to work and
make a living accorded to the honest
and decent ones.
Gapt. John G. Gapers, U. S. Distriot
Attorney, appointed by Senator Hanna
to take charge of raising funds in this
State for the National McKinley Memo
rial, has appointed the following Trus
tees for Luurcns* Goorge S. MoCravy,
J. M. Robertson and L. W. Blalook.
The President can only accept pre
sents of something to eat, drink and
smoke?nothing of real value. Tho
White House turkey comosfrom Rhode
Island annually as a present.
Twenty..seven days left from to-day
for squaring accounts with Treasurer
Gopeland. Not a very pleasant remin
der, but a thing that will abut against
Congress convoned on Monday, our
Legislature will on the 7th of January,
next. Tuk Advkrtiskk, and Atlanta
Journal 8 times a week, $1 50. Apply
at this office.
Tho President dates all ooramunica
Ions now trora "White House" Instead
if "Executive Mansion." He Is an
The liberal eplrlt manifested by our
i'/ens in the recent movement to Se
the Methodist College, augurs
11 for the future of our city.
communities of tho earth who
ost regarded educational inter
mostly governed tne earth.
eSweeny announces that
oandldato for Congress
Mr. Floyd 0. St ell, aged seventy-six
years, died last week at the home of
his son, Rev. J. W. Skull, at Reidville,
from tho effects of a stroko of paralysis.
His remans were shipped to Salem, Va ,
to-day for interment. He was a quiet,
unobtrusive, Christina gentleman.?
Mr, Shell resided at Oraycourt in our
county for aeveral years, and mode
many friends, who will ainoerely la
ment to learn of his death.
Ex-Senator George F. Edmunde, of
Vermont, has rented Mr. George K.
Chafee's residence through tho Olive
roa agenoy and will spend the season
in Aiken. Mr. Edmunds has spent sev
eral seasons here in past years and wo
are glad to welcome him back. He is
one of the foremost authorities in the
United Statea on constitutional law.?
Aiken Journal and Raviow.
How lueky! He is needed right now
in Columbia to tackle our Jury Law.
"What Fools these Mortala be!"
Democrats caucasaed Saturday night
at Washington and chose Richardson
In an offort to agree upon a policy,
they were apart as far as the East is
from the West.
"The Dutch have captured Holland,"
and MoLaurin la speaking in New En
gland. There is danger of the Purl
tans being converted.
Diod on November 12th, after a brief
illness, little Jimmle, the two year old
son of Mrs. Leba Workman. Wo loved
him; we miss him from tho family cir
o'.e; we mourn because ho is taken from
us; but oh how precious the thought
he has gone to be forovor with the
children's best friend?and that too be
fore he was conscious of any sin, or had
experianced any of this worlds trou
bles or sorrows.
"The Lord is good and righteous in
all His ways."
J. O. T.
Our men's suits for ?4.00 and $5.00
are extraordinary values, good mate
rial, woll made and fit perfectly.
J. E. Minter & Bro.
All ladies One shoes go at cost. $2.50
shoes at $2.00; $2.25 shoes at $1.75.
The Farmers are very busy sowing
Very nearly all the cotton is
opon. But there is some scattered
cotton to be picked yet.
Mr. Bhockly and family of our neigh
borhood, have moved to the Laurens
Mr. Annison Senn and family have
also moved to the Cotton Mills at
The Misses Motes, of Clinton, visited
Mr. It. O. Haireton's family Tuesday
Mr Snerard Workman, of Woodruff,
visited his sister Mrs. E. M. Cunning
ham this week.
Miss Lucy Sloan who Is teaching at
Renno visited her parents . Saturday
Miss Lizzie Jennings, of Hairstons is
spending a while with her. Grand
parents Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Jennings
Mrs. J. P. Sloan has been slok for a
few days. But we hopo she will soon
be well again.
Cares Rheumatism or Catarrh through
the Blood. Cost Nothing to Try.
Would you like to get rid of that
chronic rheumatism or offensive
catarrh forever? Then take a bot
tle Botanic Blood Balm which has
cured thousands of hopeless casos
that had resisted doctors and pat
ent modielne treatment, Botanic
Blood Balm (n.n. n.) cures through
the blood by destroying the poison
which causes the awful aches in
the bones, joints, shoulder blades
and back, swollen glands, hawking,
spitting, bad breath, impaired hear
ing, otc, thus making a perfect
euro. Botanic Blood Balm thor
oughly tested for 30 years. Com
posed of pure Botauic Drugs. Per
fectly safo to take by old and young.
Druggist, $1. Trial treatment free
by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlan
ta, Ga. Describe trouble and free
medical advice given until cured.
Don't give up hope, but try B. B.B.,
which makes the blood pure and
rich and builds up the "all run
down," tired body. D. B. B. makes
the blood red, giving tho skin the
rich glow of perfect health.
Our car-load of Buoka Stovoa and
Ranges will be in this week, and if you
are in need of a stove, let us show you
8. M. & E. II. Wllkes.
Davis. Roper & Co.'s Primer?Continued.
A. h tho arm that goes in tho sloovo
Of the ooat from Davis & Roper's,
bought boforo Christmas eve.
B is the button that was Bowed on tho
That canio across the water in a fast
0 is tho ooat, bought at a very low
It was a dandy and fit mo so nioe.
D is the days that aro fast passiog by ;
If wo doa't plci.so you, wo ask the
E stands for cxoell, which wo claim
Wo cxoell all others, so givo us a call.
F stands for fashion, we keep up with
Our goods aro all fashionable, for all
countries and olimos;
G stands for greenbacks, also for gold ;
Wo exohaogo goods for cither, to pro
tect you from cold.
H is for hard times, that stares us in the
If you want oheap goods our store is
1 is for imitation, which others often
Our goods are well selected, thoy'ro
Bohd through and through.
J stands for Jeans, we'vo got tho thread
to uaako the stiohes,
Three yards for half a dollar, to mako
a pair of brooches.
K is for Knickerbockers, wo'vo got 'cm
at any price;
Bring along your boys, wo'll fit up
L is for low prioes; yes, that's it my
Davis, Roper & Co. will savo you lots
M s'ands for men, who bought their
goods from us,
And they had a littlo monoy left in
N is for nobby suits in endless variety,
Come and get you one and set out in
O is for Overcoats, we've got 'em,
To protect you in wiudyweath
or and whou it's wet.
P is tho price that oau^t be dupli
All of our assertions are not
Q is for quick sales, wo make tho
Leaving a littlo monoy to rat
tie in your pockets.
IR is for rubber shoos to keep
your others dry,
And Davis, Roper & Co.'s is tho
placo for you to buy.
S is for suspenders, socks, shirts
We've got onough~~for all, Ger
mans, Gentiles and Jews,
T stands for tators, tarts, turnips
Wo havo got clothos and shoes
by tho wagon loads.
U for undorseller8 and undor-buy
Wo undersell 'om all, be thoy
Gentile or Jew.
V is for veal calf, a shoe that will
We've got 'om, the best quality
they'll neither rip nor tear.
W stands for winter, the time for
And stout, heavy shoes, to warm
your feot and toes.
X is for xoibitaut prices others
make you pay;
Trade with Davis, Roper & Co.;
they aro here to stay.
Y is for the year that is drawing
to a close;
Now is the timo to get a suit
while the cold wind blows,
Z is for Zachias up the Sycamore
Davis, Roper & Co. ho's look
ing out to see.
Tho summer school, run by tno
politicians, having closed, Davis,
Ropor & Co. have issued their
Primer to teach a winter olass,
learning tho people where to buy
goods the cheapest. The first
loHHon was given last week on the
Alphabet. We now give you what
each stands tor, and will continue
onr oxoroisos until Christmas.
ALL CASES OF
DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING
ARE NOW CURABLE
by our new invention. Only those born deaf are incurable.
HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.
P. A. WER WAN, OF BALTIMORE. 8AY8:
Baltimork, Md., March 30, 1001,
Cattlemen : ? Tiring entirety cured of deafness, thanks to your treatment, I will now give you
a fult history of my case, to be used at your discretion.
About five years ago my right ear began to sing, and this kept on getting worse, until Z lost
my hearing in this ear entirely.
I underwent a treatment tor catarrh, for three months, without nnysticoess, consulted a num
ber of physicians, among others, the most eminent ear specialist of this city, whs told me that
only an operation coutd help me, and even that only temporarily, thnt the head noises would
then cease, but the hearing in the affected ear would be lost fot ever.
I then saw your advertisement accidentally in a New York paper, and ordered your treat
ment. After I had used ft only a few days according to your directions, the noises ceased, and
to-day. after five weeks, my hearing in the diseased car has been entirely restored, t thaok you
heartily and bee to remain Veiy truly your*,
F. A. WURMAN, 7308. Broadway, Baltimore, Md.
Our treatment does not interfere with your usual Occupation*
"?ttt"' YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME "??V.?."?
INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC, 696 LA SAUE AVE., CHICAGO, ILL.
You May Have
Trials of Your Own,
but we want to propose a trial of our
Imperial Maple Syrup. $1.00 and
#8.00 per can. A little high in price,
Lauren? Cotton Mills Store.
T. C. LUCAS, Manager.
Get the Most
Out of Your Food
You doiVt and Qjan't if your etomaoh
Ib weak. A weak stomach does not di
gest? all that is ordinarily taken into it.
It geta tired easily, and w hat it fails to
digest is wasted.
Among the signs of a weak stomach
are uneasiness after eating, fits of ner
vous headacho, and disagreeable belch
"I have taken Hood's Snrsapnrllla at
different times for stomach troubles, and a
run down condition of the system, ond havo
been greatly benefited by its use. I would
not bo without It In my family. I am trou
bled especially in summer with weak stom
ach and nausea nnd lind Hood's Sarsaparilla
invaluable." E. 1).Hickman, W.Chester, Pa.
Strengthen and tone the stomach and
the whole digestive system.
S. * El
The Most Popular School Girl ami Boy.
Round 1'rlp Tickets to the
Tun Advertiser has decided to
have another voting contest, this time
for tho most popular school girl and
boy in the county. Everybody remem
bers the contest in tho Spring for the
"most popular young lady", and this
contest will bo conducted in tho samo
The prizes offered arc two round trip
tickets to the Charleston Exposition,
ono for the most popular school girl tho
other for the most popular school boy
in Laurens county Tho content
will last November, December and
January, and It will close at 4 o'clock
on Tuesday afternoon before the first
Issue of tho paper in February.
A more extensive explanation of tho
plan Is given below. Send in your
votes at once.
At the top of column! appears print
ed ballots with a blank space in which
the name of tho eirl and boy you wh>h
to vote for may bo written in ink or
pencil. Clip these ballots and hand
them or send them to The Advkm
ti8er office by mail. Any person may
vote as many of those ballots as he
chooses and persons living out of the
county may vote, but tho girl and boy
voted for must bo residents of the coun
ty. Tho ballots can be saved and voted
altogether or each week as it suits the
Tun advertiser prints each week
about fifty papers which are for salo
and are not sent to sui scribors. These
papers may bo bought for 5 cents each
now as heretofore, but no orders for
extra papers outsldo of theso will be
recolvod. There will b3 mndo a reduc
tion to partlos buying a largo numboi
of papers Tho voting will be practi
cally confined to regular subscribers
and tho persons who subscribes now
will have that many more opportuni
ties to vote. No one In anyway con
nected with Tue Advertiser will bo
allowed to vote.
Eaoh week the namea of tho girls
and boys voted for and the number of
votes will bo published. It will be a
good idea to begin your voting next
the votino contest:
Frank Dorrch, . 35
Lillian Burns.'. 11
Bolle Madden,. 29
Hugh Fuller,. 3
Art nur Pouche,. 2
Charlie Kern, . 1
Bon Anderson,. 21
Wilma Rainey,. 2
Mario Philrot. 3
Jockey Murff,. 2
Ruth Crlap,. 30
Bera Bailey,. 8
Miller Smith..... 5
Bruce Hollains,;. 10
Hammond Adams. 5
Olio Adam?..' 0
Ray Simmons. 1
Gary Brown. 1
Duncan Sullivan,. 3.r>
Annie Oaine Boyd,. 1
WEIGH AND STORE YOUR COTTON
1 have charge of the Laurens Bonded
Waro House. I want to weigh your
cotton. Honest weights and courteous
treatmont will be my motto. Give mo
Sept. 16, 1901. . J. Ikvin Coi.eman.
Persons having business with tho
Supervisor will find him or hie Clerk
in tho Office Mondays and Fridays of
J. S. D HUM MOND,
Supervisor L. C.
Mar. 26, 1001.
Guano and Acid.
I can supply Guano and Acid In any
quantity. The best grades that are
mado and cheap as the cheapest. Call
and see. our gcoda before purchasing
Messrs Johnson & Godfrey havo Guano
and Aold stored with us, also. So you
seo you can get any kind by call logt "on
J. Wade Anderson at tho Morchants
and Farmers Bonded Warehouse.
MKRCIf ANTS' AND FARMERS' BON
DED WARE HOUSE CO.
The underaigned la with the. "above
Company for the season, as manager
and wolgher for tho Company . He
guarantees entire satisfaction and will
bo glad of the publlo patronage.
J. WADE ANDERSON.
8ept. 25, '91?3mo.
A NEW LAW FIRM.
The undersigned havo this day en
tered into a partnership for the practice
of law in tho Courts of this State, under
tho name of Simpson & Coopor snd will
promptly attend to ali business en
trusted to them.
H. Y. SIMPSON,
R. a. Cooper.
New Superintendent of Epworth
Tbo ICpwortli Orphanage has bat
the Superintendent who baa been
in charge since the establishment
of the Institution In 1896, the llev.
Goorge Henry Waddoll, who entered
the Mot boil ist Conference in 1885
Mr. Waddcll has boon forced to resign
on account) of ill health. The little
children at the orphanage have thus lost
a true and tried friend, one who has
been a father to them and one whom
thoy all love devotedly.
Last night the annual mooting of the
Epw*orth board was held aud that body
elected Mr. Waddell financial manager
of the Orphanago. To succeed him as
Superintendent tho Rev. Whltelleld
Brooks Wharton, now serving the
churoh at Prosperity, in the Cokes
bury district, was elected. Tbo board
received lbe annual reports of the in
stitution, which wore gratifying, and
attended to considerable business.
Tho now Superintendent was born In
Laurons county, near Waterloo, in 1858.
Ho gradual* d "from VVolYord College in
1SU2. At college bo was known as
"Unclo Whit," which title will likely
follow him to the Orphanage. He join
od the South Carolina Conference in
November, 1802, and served in tho
Greenwood circuit for four years, go
ing thenco to tho Donalds circuit, and
lastly to the chargo ho now servos.?
His friends prodlot for b'm a success
ful career as the head of the crowning
ehuritab'o institution of tho Metho
dists of the Stale. Ho hns quite n
reputation as a careful, earnest man of
biiiiuoss as well as piety.?The State.
A Startling Surprise.
Very few could believe in loooking at
A . T. Hoadloy, a healthy, robust black
smith of Tlldeu, 111., that for ton years
ho suffered such tortures from Rheu
matism as few could endure and live.
But a wonderful change followed his
taking Eleetrlc Bitters. "Two bottles
wholly cured me*" he writes, "and I
have not folt a twinge In over a year."
Thoy regulato the Kid nays, purify tho
blood aud euro Khoumatism, Neural
gia, Norvousnoss, improve digestion
and give perfeot health' Try thom.
Only 50 cts at Laurena Drug Co.
State oi South Carolina,
county op laurens,
In Couht ok Probate.
Whereas, John F. Bolt, Clerk of
Court Common Pl?ns, has applied
to me to grant him Letters of Ad
ministration, on the Estate of Mar
garet A. Patton, deceased.
These aro Therefore to cite and
admonish all und singular the kin
dred, and creditors of said Mar
garet A. Patton, dee'd, thai they
bo and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate, to bo held at
Laurens C. H., 8. C, on the 2olh
day of December, 1901, after pub
lication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why tho said Adminis
tration should not bo granted.
Given undor my Hand, this 12th
day of November, 1901.
O. G. THOMPSON, j.p.l.c.
Nov. 12, 1901?Ut.
We Scour and Pross Men's
Suits, Ovorcoats, Ladies' Skirts
and Jackets beautifully. We
have a special department for
this line of work and do it
with the same care and precis
ion as our Laundry work.
are Very Moderate.
May we not send our wagon
for a packago of this kind?
Wc guarantee to please you.
Laurcns Sloans- Laundry.
'Phono (10. 800 K. Main St.
THE County Treasurer's Bool-?
will bo open for collection c>f
State, County ami Oommutativ.i
Road Taxes for fiscal year 1900
nt tho Treasurer's ollice, from
October 15th to December 81st,
All persons owning property or
paying taxes for others in more
than oao Township aro requested
to call for receipts in each Town
ship in which thoy live. This \e
important, as additional cost and
penalty may not bo attached.
Prompt attention will bo given
those who wish to pay their taxes
through the mail by checks,
money orders, otc. Persons send
ing in lists of names to bo taken
off are urged to send in early at
tho Treasurer is very busy during
tho month of December,
Tho Tax Levy is as follows:
Lmrcns Special School...... 3J mills
Fountain Ion Special School.. 4 '*
Waterloo Special Sohool. 2 u
Crofrs Hill Special School.3 "
Mountvillo Spcoial Sohool. 2? "
Special Railroad Tax, Sullivan, 18 ?
Ordinary Tax_.14} M
All ablo bodied male citizens
botweon the ages of 21 and 00
years aro liable to pay a poll tax
of $i.00, except old soldiers Avho
aro oxompt at 50 years of ago.
Commutation Road Tax. $1.00 in
lieu of working tho public roads,
to bo paid at tho timo, as stated
Come early and avoid tho rush.
It is said there will be no exten?
sion this timo.
J. II. OOPELAND,
Laurens, S. 0., Oct. 9, 1901-td.
of rofarenoM. 20 run . MMcfnitr. Book nn
Homo TpMtm.nt mitt KHr.K. A.ltlrw.
O. M. WOOLLBY, M. D., Atlnntn. ?a.
Tho Union Mooting of tho sec
ond aud third section of the Lau
rens Baptist Association will
meet with the Second Baptist
church of Laurens, Dec. 27-28th
Tho churches composing this
Union will please elect their full
quota of delegates and urge
them to attend.
10.00 a. m.?Prayer and praise
service conducted by tho pastor,
10.30 a. m.?Introductory ser
mon by Rev. J. O. Martin.
Enrollment of delegates and
SUBJECTS FOU DISCUSSION.
1. Tho similarity of tho Lao
dicean church to tho church of
to-day.?T. B. Brown, C. B. Bo
bo, Rev. J. A. Martin.
2. The Scripture teaching on
forgiveness?T. S. Langston,
John M. Hudgens, A. H. Martin.
Church membership.' (a) The
conditions.?Rev. T. C. Jacks,
(b) Tho requirements ? Rev.
J. D. Pitts, Prof. B. Y. Culbort
(c) The duty of tho church to
its membors.?C. H. Roper, H.
9.30. Prayer and praise ser
vice conducted by Capt. John
4. Tho oftico of the Spirit,?
(a) In regeneration.?Rov. M.
C. Compton, "W. A. Carrott.
(b) In tho believers santitica
tion.?Rev. B. J. Woodward, C.
5. Tho Scripture teaching
and moaning of brotnorly love.?
Capt. John Mooro, H. D. Mahaf
G. Tho duty of parents to
children.?John R. Fiuley, Rev.
B. J. Woodward.
7. What stand should a Christ
ian take against moderate dram
drinking??W. E. Washington,
Rov. D. H. Owens, Rov. J. O.
10.00 a. m.?Sunday school
11 a. m.?Missionary sermon
by Rev. J. D. Pitts.
Prof B. Y. Culbortson,
C. B. Bobo,
B. J. Woodward,
Noidoa is hereby given that I will sell
at public, outcry on Tuesday, Dec. 10th,
next, commencing at 10 a. m., at the
residence of Mary L. Cleveland, tho
following personal property: Two
mules, Two head of cattle, Hogs, one
Buggy, ono two-horse Wagon, Farm
Implements, Household and Kitchen
Furniture, ono Piano and lot of Hay.
Terms of Bale?Cash.
A. B. CLEVELAND.
Nov. ^, 190 i.
Look and See
That is what you will do if
Fit a pair of glasses to your
We are permanently located in the
city, and guarantee all glasses to give
Laurens, 8. C.
State of South Carolina,
In Court of Common Pleas.
Piodmont Savings and Investment
Company, Plaintiff, against Walter
F. Gray, Dofondants.
Pursuant to a decree of tho Court
In the abovo stated action, I will sell
at Laurens Court House, South Caro
Una, on Salosday in January, 1902, it
being the 6th day of the month, to the
highest bidder, the following tract of
land, to wit:
All that certain lot, piece or parcel of
land situate, lying and being in the
city of Laurens, in said State and
county, containing Nine-tenths (9-10) of
an acre, more or less, and bounded on
the North by a public street separating
it from lot now occupied by W. R.
Crawford; on tho East by Sullivan
Stroet, on the South by lot of J. H. Sul
livan, and on the West by lot of John
T. Langston, Sr., b^ing the same lot
conveyed to W. F.Gray by S. S. Boyd.
Also, all that lot, parcel or pioco of
land edtuate, lying and being in the
city and county of Laurens, In said
State, containing Five-sixth (5 6) of an
aoro more or less, and bounded on tho
North by lot belonging to the estate of
G. M. Langston; on East by lot of
Thomas Wright, on tho South by lot of
S. S. Boyd. and by Main Street and on
the West by H. M. Soarks.
Terms of Salo?One-half of the pur
chase monoy to be paid cosh and the
other half at twelve months time from
day of salo with interest. The credit
portion being secured by bond
of tho purchasor and a mort
gago of tho promises Bold; with
leave to the purchaser to pay his entire
bid in cash. If the purchaser fails to
comply with tho terms of tho sale the
p cruises will be reeoldon tho same day
without further notioo or on some sub
sequent Salesday, on same terms, at his
risk. The houses on the premises to be
insured in a sum equal to tho mortgage
debt and policy assigned to the Clerk.
John F. Bolt, o. o. o. p.
Drv Rolfe E. Haghes,
tiT Office in Dial Block?over Pal
metto Drug Store.
Specially prepared for Examin
ing and Treating diseases of Kye,
Kar. Throat and Nose.
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Sent Ahsolutely Fkee on Receipt ok Postal.
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There is nothing like Asthmalone. It brings"
instant relief, even In the worst cases. It cures g
when all else fails.
The Rev. O. P. Wells, of Villa Rklgo, 111.,H
says: " Your trial bottle of Asthmalone receivedK
in good condition. I cannot tell you howl hank-rj
ful I feel for the good derived from if. I was
slave chained, with putrid sore throat and asthma Eg
for teu years. I dospalred of ever being cured.|
I saw your advertisement for tho euro of thisn
dreadful and tormenting disease, asthma, and"
thought you had overspoken yourselves, but rc-n
solved to give it atrial. To my astonishment, the ?j
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We want to send to every sufferer a trial treatment of Asthma- ri
5 line, similar to tho one that cured Mr, Well?. We'll send it by g
a mail Postpaid, Absolotely Free of Charge, to any sufferer whoB
1 will write for it, even on a postal. Never mind, though you are5
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For the next 15 Days we
will offer our entire line of One
Dollar, fine wide all-wool, Ve
netian and Broadcloths at f>?c.
These goods are all this seasons
purchase and embrace the most
Those who are on the look
out for a nice Black Dress of la
test weave, fast dye and perfect
finish at a moderate cost, here
end your quest at
W. G. Wilson & Co.
Cream of the Wheat of the
Blue Grass Region of Kentucky
Makes the Bread
that Makes the Man
Logan & Logan Shelbyyiue. Ky
H. e. gray.
J. c. EIIEAIjY,
GRAY & SHEALY,
to buy and use a lot of paint and find
that the color fades or chanties or the
surface cracks, blisters or peels No
trouble of this kind with
They are satisfaction givers.
They are not high priced. They
cover a larger surface than ordinary
They will defy s-.in and storm for
years Try some.
Mantels, Columns, Scroll Work a Specialty
GRA\ & SHEALY, Laufons. S. C.
THE OLD FIRM
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A coutmnanoe of the generou patronage hitherto extended ua
olio! ted. Reotfully KBNNKDY BROS.. I.aureus. P.
Slasct) 32,31, 3?, 38. 10.
Mrs. Adams will show the Finest and
moat stylish line of?
Dress Woods, Millinery and Notions,
ever shown in this city. Everybody como
and see the bost selection of all the
nowest Goods in Ladies Dress.
I am agent for New Idea Patterns. Only 10 cent* each.