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One of the most unfortunato events
in ttio educational lines of the city is
the discontinuing of tho Untou Female
College. Professor Jones has been a
hard worker and had built tho collego
up and plaeed it on a paying founda
tion and among tho beet Institutions of
tho South, but bis over zeal In its wel
fare had undermined his health and
for tho last few months ho bas been
under the doctor's care, and now it's
only months of absolute rest that will
place him back .vhore he will be able
to enter tbo educational field again.
It was ono of tbo grandest institutions
of the city, one that all pointed to with
pride whon sneaking of the city's ad
vantages, and all the citizens with ono
accord foci tbo loss in its closing down,
and sympathize with Professor Jones
for bis lost health.?-The Kufaula (Ala.)
Mr. Jones and wifo, and Miss Kath
rlne Jones aro now visiting at Mr. J.
Mr. J. M. Ilollams, of Laurens coun
ty, spent Monday night with friends in
town.?Bolton Times, Mar. 20th.
Mr. Martin Arnold and wife of Lau
rent havo been spending several days
In town with relatives.?Honea Path
J. L. Martin, one of Laurens county's
best eit'/ons, was In the city Wednes
day.?Honea Path Chronicle.
Dr. J. Hen Jones, of Lanrens, was
here lust week.?Woodruff News and
Dr. H. G. Colcman intends to move
to Laurens In a few weeks. He has re
cently sold his residence on East Main
Street to T. E. Screven. Dr. Coloman
goes to Laurens to look after his in
terest there.? Spartanburg Journal.
Editor Laurens Advertiser:
Your last Issuo says "some thief or
thieves bioke into several out houses
belonging to Dr. Anthony Fuller, re
cently, and purloined a small quantity
of coro, and several gallons of home
made wine." All of which is a mls
tako. I neither make nor keep do
mestic wino, nor any other sort of in
toxicants, and my out-hou6es have not
been broken into or robbed.
Anthony C. Fuller.
The abovo referred to local was ob
tained from a gentleman, the accuracy
of whose information we had no rea
son to doubt. The Advertiser de
sires only to print the truth. We
gladly make this correction, and ask
thoso who so kindly give us news to be
careful to glvo us actual facts.
Reduced Rates Special Occasions
Via C. & W. C. Ry.
The Charleston and Western Caro
lina Railway announce reduced rates
from all their stations on account spe
cial occasions named below:
State Oratorical Contest Greenwood.
? Round trip tickets for this occasion,
will bo on sale April 17th and 18tb,
final return limit April 21st, 1002.
Southern Baptist Convention, Asb
ville. N. C?Roud trip tickets at ONE
FARE will be on sale from all coupon
stations to Ashevillo, at one faro. Par
ties at local stations can bo furnished
with tickets also if application made
to our Agents. Tickets on sale May
0th to 10th, Inclusive final limit May
2l8t. An extension can be had until
Juno 2nd on payment fee fifty cents.
South Atlantic States Musical Festi
val Spartanburg.?Round trip tickets
at one pare will bo on sale to Spar
tanburg April 29th, 30th and May 1st,
iiual limit May 3rd, 1002.
W. J. Cr a ic,
General Passenger Agent.
WOULD SMASH THE CLUB.
If members of the "Hay Fever As
sociation" would use Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, tho club
would go to pieces, for it always cures
this malady,?and Asthma, tbo kind
that l>;ii'iios the doctors?It wholly
drives from the system. Thousands of
onoo-bopeloss sufferers from Consump
tion, Pneumonia, Bronchitis owe their
lives and health to It. It conquers
Grip, saves little ones from Croup and
Whooping Cough and Is positively
guaranteed for all Throat and Lung
troubles. r>Oc, $1.00. Trial bottles free
at Laurens Drug Company.
We aro agents for the celebrated
llanos' $3 bat?the most popular $3 hat
in America. All the late shapes.
J. E. Minter & Bro.
The Easter Hat is a necessity. We
are prepared to fill your order. Open
ing Day 27th and 28th.
Never before in tho history of this
store has a line of rugs been more com
plete in quality and quantity.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes.
You'll iegret it if you buy your
Easter Hat before seeing our stock.
Opening Days 27th and 28th.
Our buyers while on to market
bought a beautiful line of Lounges and
Couches, and Invite you to call in and
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes.
Bryan's Commoner and The Ad
vertiser for $1.65.
A solid carload of Buoks' Stoves and
Banges received last week. You
should 8oe them.
8. M. <& E. H. Wilkes.
Agonts for Coats' thread; largo
stock always on hand.
J. E. Minter & Bro.
Don't fail to attend onr Opening
Display of Millinery and Dress Goods
on Thursday and Friday, 27th and 28tb.
Seo our 1002 lino of Baby Carriages
and Go-Carta. Quantity too numerous
to montion in this space.
S. M. & B. H. Wilkes.
Shoos to suit every foot. All leath
era for all occasion?; all at modorato
J. E. Minter & Bro.
Dinner Sots, three colors, blue, brown
and pink, 100 pieces, $0.75. This is a
special drlvo?1002 pattern.
8. M. & E. H. Wilkoa.
HEADS SHOULD NEVER ACHE.
Nover cndnro this trouble. Use at
once the remedy that stopped it for
Mrs. N. A. Webster, of Winnie, Va.,
sbo writes "Dr. King's New Life Tills
wholly cured me of sick headaches I
had suffered from for two years."
Cure Headache, Constipation, Bilious
ness. 25o at Laurens Drug Co.'s drug
House to Rent.
Mrs. I;. W. Hall has a six room cot
tage to root on Uaijrcns street, very
noar tho public square. The house has
six rooms in It, has a woll on tho prem
ises and tho rent is eight dollars. Any
one desiring to ront the houte 'phone
or apply in person to Mrs. Ball.
We have just opened a beautiful lot
of Percale and corded Madras, in most
desirable patterns. Price 8 ets to 15
cts per yard.
The Advertiser and the Woekly
Constitution for 11.75. See ad in this
Dr. Robt. P. Poll, President of tho
College (or Women at Columblo, S. C,
has been elected Prcsidont of Converse
College, Spartanbui'tr. Dr. Pell has
accepted. Ho is well known in this
city and county, and wo bespeak for
him a 6uccossful administration.
After tho llrst of next month the
Southorn Express Company will dis
continue its gonoral delivery. Pack
ages will onlv be ?o?vered to the busi
ness men of (he city. Tho business
doue here Is not sulllclcnt to warrant
the general delivery.
Easter Egg Hunt.
The Silver Cross Circle of Kings
Daughtors will give an Easter Egg bunt
in Dr. Uurksdalo's yard, Friday after
noon at 4:30. All are invited to come.
Admission 10 conts.
A Hot Supper.
The Cray Court High School will
give a Hot Supper at that placo on
Friday night, 28th inst , the proceeds
of which will be used for the purpose
of establishing a Library. Tho ontor
talnment will oe given In the Hall over
the store of W. L. and H. L. Gray, and
no doubt will bo a success. All tho
delicacies of tho season, Including
fresh oysters will be served. The ser
vices of tho Laurens Cornot Hand
have been secured to furnish music f r
the occasion, and a treat le In store for
those who attend. Lot everybody
turn out and loud a helping hand to
this worthy cause.
Death or N?chel Dial.
Lost Saturday afternoon about 1
o'clock, Mitchell, youngest son of Col.
and Mrs. N B. Dial, died at his parent's
homo In this vlly after a long lllnoss.
He was about 14 years of ago, and a
very bright and manly boy, beloved by
old aDd young alike for bis many good
and noble qualities. Ilia death was
quite a surprise as ho was thought to
be steadily Improving though his con
dition was known to be critical. Tho
sympathy of the entire community Is
extended to the borcavod family in this
the hour of thoir grief The funeral
and burial exerclsos wero conducted by
Rev. Watson Duncan Sunday after
noon at the city comotary, in the pres
ence of a large concourse of frionds and
acquaintances. Tho pall bearers wero
Messrs T. D. Lake, I). H. Counts, W.
Tt. lllohey, H. Y. Simpson, Dr. W. C.
Irby and C. H. Roper.
A Needed Institution.
Efforts are being mado by Messrs C.
E. Gray and W. W. Graham, two enter
prising young men of our city to perfect
an organ:zatlon, similar to a club, that
will afford not only a place for social
pleasure, but which will aid In the
mental, moral and physical develop
ment of its members. The fees will
bo low, yet tho advantages will be
many. A reading room well supplied
with periodicals, and a thoroughly
equipped gymnasium with hot and
cold shower baths, will be special fea
tures of the now organization. The
ha.-i tie. s men, will no doubt bo eager to
grasp this opportunity that will ona
lo them after tho days work is dono,
to take a littlo systematic moderate ex
ereiso followod by hot and cold shower
baths, that will pivo them hotter health
and keener business sense. Let all
encourage the movement.
Every Miller Had the Opportunity.
Nearly all mills made pure flour be
fore the anti-Adulteration League was
organized. The league was organized
when the adulteration of flour first
began, and was designed to slop it in its
incipiency. Every flour-miller in the
United States was invited to join the
League,but the fact that he bad to make
oath that he nevor bad and never would
adulterate bis Hour, and in addition
had to put up a forfeit of $1,000 to
strengthen his oa'h, caused a large
number to hesitate, and finally to de
cline, ?ransford Mills, manufacturer
of the "Clifton," was among tho lirst
to join, because it never had and never
expected to adulterate Its Hour. Is not
such a stand worth considering whon
you buy Hour with which to feed your
children, especially when a poisonous
mineral is being used to adulterate it?
We think 80. Thon ordor "Clifton"
of your grocer. Our "White Pawn"
(half patent) and Snowflake or Spotless
(straight) are sold uuder tho samo
guarantee. T. N. Barksdalo and M. II.
Fowler so!l it in this city.
Camp Uarlinglon, U. C. V.
A meeting ol Camp Garlinglon, U. C,
V.. will be held noxt Saturday, March
29th, for the purpose of transacting im
Delegates are to be elected to both the
general Reunion at Dallas, beginning cn
tbo 22d April proximo, and the Reun
ion of the South Carolina Division at
Greenville, (date of latter not yet fixod)
and the members of tho Camp are earn
estly urged to be present.
Other important business is to bo
transacted,and unless it shall be atten
ded to at once the Camp will not be al
lowed representation at either of the
approaching Reunions- So it is hoped
that every membor who has not already
paid his annual doe?, which is a very
small amount, will come prepared to do
Among other impoitant business will
be the election of officers for the ensu
Unless his dues are paid a member is
not in good standing, and is not eligible
as a delegate nor entitled to a badge of
membership, or to vote.
T. B. Ckkws,
B. W. Lanford, Adjt.
March 25, 1902.
To tho Farmers of Laurons County :
At my request Mr. W. J. Spill man;
probably assisted by Prof. Newman, of
Olempon Collogo, will bo d a Farmers'
Institute in your courtbouso on April 3,
at 11 o'clock a. m. Mr. Spiilman baa
charge of forage crops at tbe United
States Department of Agriculture He
has made tho study of (orago crops his
life-work, and bas traveled Irom tbo At
lantic to the Pacific investigaf-ng all
a >n i of forage and oil kinds of soils.
He wishes to meet the farmers of Lau
rons Comity and investigate conditions
with tho view to holping the far mors in
the matter of both summer and winter
(orago crops. Ho will delivor a lecture
on this subject on that occasion, and dis
tribute amongst '.he (armors interesting
litorature. and will be provided with all
kinds of fbrago crops seed for distribu
I beliovo this meeting will be of grent
henofittooureoction. Am Mr. Hpillman's
services are in great demand, and it is
difficult (o secure him, It t mo respect
fully urge tbat (ho farmers generally
attend (he meeting. Suroly if Mr. Bpitl
ni.in can travel WO milos in order to
talk to the farmers and distribute litera
ture and forago crop seed amongst them,
they can afford to go to the courthouse
to meet him.
J08. T. J01JNSON.
1'imp? es, blotches and all other
spring troubles are cured by Hood's
Barparllla?tho most offeotivo of all
Early Florida (best for Forage) and
Early Orange Cane Seed now ready.
Laureos Drug Co.
Mr. D. P. Loyd, of Tennessee, will
arrive in the oity about April 1st,
wi'h a lot of Saddle and Harness hor
se a. He will be found at Childress'
AND BRIEF NOTES OF RECENT
A trip to the "City by the Sea" Is a
good Spring tonic.
Mrs. W. A. Jamieson has roturned
to her home in Nowberry.
Mrs. Hobt. Fleming Jones left last
Thursday for a visit to Newberry.
Mr. Junius Parrott visited tho Ex
position last week.
Take a plunge In the surf when you
visit the Exposition.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lucas aro at the
North on a pleasure trip.
Mr. Jim Burna went over to Greon
wood Friday last.
Mr. T. D. Darlington wont over to
Glonn Springs last week.
MUs Ida Fuller is visiting frionds In
Col. J. H. Wharton was here several
days lust week.
Mr. Rhett Coloman, of Spartanburg,
spent several days bore last week.
Mr. West Harris Is painting his
bouse on East Main Street.
It almost costs nothing to go to
Miss Maggie Hudgens visited rela
tives in Honea Path last wook.
Miss Janle Ballew, of this city, la
visiting in Spartanburg.
Mr. C. C. Featherstono went down to
Columbia on Thursday.
Mrs. Mary Bowen Is visiting friends
Dr. CKlton Jones spont Sunday in
The Exposition is the thing?go
down and enjoy yourself.
Mr. Creswoll Fleming spent several
days in Groenwood last week.
Mr. W. S. Gray, of Woodruffs, spent
Saturday and Sunday here last week.
Col. Georgo Johastone, of Newberry,
passed through the city last Monday.
Mr. J. B. Carlisle, of Spartanburg,
was in the city last week.
Editor S. H, McGhee, of tho Green
wood Index, was in town last week.
Mr. Casper Simpson, of Glenn
Springs, was hero one day this week.
Col. B. W. Ball's condition remains
tbo same. He is still critically ill.
Tbo Exposition is attracting largo
crowds. April is tbo best time of the
yoar to see Charleston and hor show.
Mr. Haskell Dial, of Wollord College,
came down Saturday for his brother's
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Malonoy roturn
ed from a visit to Charleston on Mon
Miss Laura Vance, of Clinton, after
a short visit hero, returned homo Sat
Mr. W. W. Jones wont to Columbia
to attond tho funeral of Capt. James
Dr. L. S. Fullor roturned to tho city
Friday from a business visit to Greon
wood and Abbeville.
Dr. H. G. Coleman, of Spartanburg,
Is visiting frlende and relatives In
Cant. J. R. Nolan Is having his newly
purchased homo on West Main Stroet
Editor Gco. Estes Moore, of tho
Honea Path Chronicle, was in the city
Saturday and Sunday last.
Mrs. Young who has been proprie
ties of the Laurens Inn has decided to
go out of the hotel business.
Miss Gertrude Mock who has been
on a visit to Greenville has returned
Miss Bulab Balle is visiting relatives
In Philadelphia and other Northern
Mrs. Haile Sbanda, of Clinton,
visitod Dr. G. C. Albright and family
Miss Sara Ball has accepted a posi
tion as stenographer At the Laurens
Dr. Dodson has moved his family
into one of tho Sitgreaves houses on
Mr, Anderson Ferguson lias gone to
Augusta, Ga., to accept a position with
a large wholesale firm of that city.
Rov. Edward McCrady.of Abbeville,
supplied the pulpit of the Church of
Epiphany last Sunday.
A minstrel perfoimaneo, interspersed
with excellent music, was givon on
Factory Hill last night.
W. R. Richey, Etq , went over to
Groenwood on Monday on professional
Mrs. P. B. Connor, of Greenwood,
who has boen visiting in the city, re
turned to her home in Greenwood on
Mrs. J. II. Nolan having been called
to Jacksonville, Fla., on account of
tho illness of her daughter, returned
Mr. Marvin Franks has gone to
White Stone Lithia Springs to install
tho electric plant in Mr. Jim Harris'
MissAnnio Keller, miliner for the
McCord Merchandise Company has re
turned from the North where she has
been purchasing stock for this new
Miss Mamie Cummlngs, who has
boen stenographer at tho Laurens Cot
ton Mills, left Saturday for Mexico
City where sho will accept a position
with some American Manufacturing
Mr. E. G. Wilson, Assistant Secre
tary Y. M. O. A. for North and South
Carolina, spent two days here last week
soliciting subscriptions for that organ
The friends of Capt. W. J. Cathcart
wish they could have holped him in
his raco for the mayoralty of Colum
bia last week. Ho was defeated by
only 45 votes.
Some theif or thieves aro reported
as having entored a freight car at the
depot last Saturday night and as having
taken ono dozen eggs. There were 120
other dozen eggs and several cases of
liquor in tqe car.
We aro informed that the Glonn
Springs Hotel will be run under the
same management as formerly, Messrs,
Garnett <fc Darlington, who leased the
property last summer, not having com
plied with the contract,
The North and 8outhbound passen
ger trains on the C. & W. 0. Railroad
were delayed here about an hour last
Saturday on account of the derailment
of two freight, cars juat a few hundred
yards South of the passenger station.
The cause of thts little wreok was due
to a defective switch or rail..
They are Here!
Our Supply of New Crop
Seed for Market Gardens.
We can give Truck growers
who buy in quantities as
Low Prices as those of any
ro'iable Seedsmen. Our
Socd come truo to name
and are tested.
Seed for Merchants.
We oan supply smaller
dealers with half and full
quantity papers to retail
at 2'-8 ana 5 cents per pa
Seed for small Gardens.
Wo have a full stock of pa
pers in all tho best varie
ties. In Onions we can
Yellow and SSETS.
IN PEAS?Morning Star,
' First and Best, Champion
of England, Early May,
American Wonder, Mar
BUNCH BEANS?Early Valentine,
Greon Pod, Mohawk,
Black Wax, Golden
POLE BEANS?Ky. Wonder, Crease
lific, Corn Field.
M ELONS?Rocky ford, Cantolou p, Rat
Glvo our seed a trial and you wont
often lose a crop. Old and inferior
seed aro dear at any prloo. We havo
a Book called "90i) Questions and An
swers" about Seed. Anything you
want to find out oomo in and seo if we
cant answer it for you.
The Laurons Drug Co.
103 West Main St.
'Phone 76 Goods delivored.
Tho members of Richard
Robertson Camp No. 1010. U.
Confederate Veterans aro re
quested to moot at Owings Sta
tion next Saturday, March 2? at
2 p. m.
J. R. Culbertson.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
By local application as they cannot
reached the diseased portion of the
ear. There is only one way to cure
deafneso, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin
ing of the Eustachlan Tubo. When
this tube Is inflamed you have a rumb
ling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, Deafness is
the result, and unless the inflammation
oan be taken out and this tube restored
to its normal condition, hearing will
be destroyed forever: nine cases out of
ten are caused by Catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamed oondidlton of
the mucous surfaces.
Wo will give One Hundred Dollar?
for any case of Deafness caused by
catarrh that cannot be oured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for clroulars, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
All the newest designs in pompadours
and back combs. Price 10 cts to 25 cts.
Subscribe for tho Semi-Weekly Stato
and The Advebtiskk, $2.25.
FINDS WAY TO LIVE LONG.
Tho startling announcement of a
Discovery that will surely longthon
lifo Is made by Editor O. II. Downey,
of Ohurubusco, Ind., "I wish to stato
ho writes, "that Dr.King's New Discov
ery for Consumption is tho most in
fallible remedy that I havo over
known for Coughs, Colds and Grip.
It's Invaluable to people with weak
lungs. Having this wonderful medi
cine no ono noed dread Pneumonia or
Consumption. Its relief Is Instant
and euro certain." Laurens Drug Co.,
guarantee ovory 50c and $1.00 bottle,
and give trial bottles free.
CAN'T KEEP IT SECRET.
The splendid work of Dr. King's.
New Life Pills Is dally coining to light.
No'suoh grand remedy for 1,1 vor and
Bowel troubles was ever known before,
Thousands bloss thorn for euring Con*
stlpation, Sick Headache, Biliousness,
Jaundice and Indigestion. Try them.
35o at Laurons Drug Co,
Persons having business vVith
tho Supervisor will find him or
his clerk in tho office Mondays
and Fridays of each week.
Super* isor, L. C.
April 11, 1901 }
J. & P. Coats
Grand Sprnig Display.
Largest Store Under
One Roof in
You, your family and your friends, are cordially invited to
Grand Spring Display,
Thursday and Friday,
Mar. 27th and 28th, 1902
and inspect our large Stock and Display of
SILKS TRIMMINGS LADIES' SILK WAISTS
LACES RIBBONS " LAWN ?
NOTIONS LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS " WALKING SKIRTS
LADIES' STREET AND SAILOR HATS.
invite all to take a peep at our Famous Line of
Men's, Youths' and Boys' Clothing,
" Furnishings, Hats, Caps,
Neckwear, Shoes and Slippers
Jttfr*alway8 the best goods at the lowest possible price.
Davis, Roper & Com'ny.
LAURENS, S C
Our new and up-to-season
Come seo thorn, beauty
Yo?f Ff iei?ct
We want you to understand that this store is
your friend, you are responsible for its succesH.
Wo want you to feel that this is your stoic?
growing greater each day?the popular trading
placo for those who have made us successful?
A good placo to Trade.
Laiirons, s. C.
is complete. We try to keep the
Best and purest. Doctor's bills
arc costly. Better pay the little
oxtra it costs to procure Groceries
The only kind wo ever ask you
Laurens Cotton Mills Store.
T. C. LUCAS, Manager.
ii. k. quay_j. 0, 8iialy.
GEAY & SHEALY,
DRESSED and UNDRESSED
JL, UM BEB
in both states for Lumber Buyors.
Better than average quality at
loss than average prices.
Material for tho Builder
Farmer or Householder,
at figures below regular.
of all kinds, grades and dimensions.
All reliable, well-seasoned stock.
Toll us your needs and we will quote prices.
Mantels, Columns, Scroll Work a Specialty.
0 UA\ & SHEALY, Laureim, S. C.
W. D. KNIGHT. It. e. HA Uli.
KNIGHT & BABB,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice In all the State and
Federal Courts. Strict attontion to all
business intrusted to them
Office up-stalrs, Simmons' Building.
BEST FOR THE SOUTH.
IOvery Gardener, Farmer and
Trucker should have Wood's 1002
Descriptive Catalogue. It not
only gives reliable, practical, up
to-date information about all
Seeds, hut also the best crops to
grow, most successful ways of
growing different crops, and mud:
other information of special inter
est to every one who plants seeds.
It tells all about
Vegetable and Plower Seeds,
Grass and Clover Seeds,
Seed Potatoes, Seed Ont^,
Tobacco, Seed Corn,
Cow Peas, Soja,
Velvet and Navy Penna,
Sorghums, Broom Corn,
Kaffir Corn, Peanuts,
nil let Seed, Rape, etc.
Catalogue mailed free on request.
T.W. Wood & Sons, Seedsmen,
RICHMOND, ? VIRGINIA.
State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF LAUUHNS,
In Court OF Prouate.
Whoreas, Dora A. Patterson has
applied to me to grant her Letters
of Administration, on the Estato
of M. M. Patterson, doceased.
These are Therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred, and creditors of said M.
Af. Patterson, deceased, that they
bo and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate, to be hold at
Laarens 0. H., s. a, on tho 27th
day of March, 1002, after pub
lication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to show causo, if any
they have, why the said Adminis
tration should not be granted. \
Given under my Hand, this idih
day of March, 1002. j
O. G. THOMPSON, j .p.^.oJ
NOTIOE is hereby given that tho
partnerships heretofore existing be
tweon the undersigned under the firm
name of Mall & Simkins is dissolved.
Those indebted to the firm are request
ed to make payment at onec to Mr.
M. W. Ball,
L. W. Simkins.
March 1st, H>0-\
A NEW LAW IT KM,
The undersigned have this day on
tcred into a partnership for the practice
of law in the Courts of this State, undor
the name of Simpson & Cooper and will
promptly attend to all business on
trusted to them.
U. A. Cooper.
Albert C. Todd,
<8T Every casn r. Specialty. Ollico
in Law Raugo, South Harper Street.
W. H. DIAL, M. D.,
No. 110 W. .Main St.
Special Attention Civcn Women
Oftloe hours in the city from 10 a. m.
to 4 p. m. 'Phone -Kcsldenco No. 11;
Oilleo No. 8!).
Dr. Rolfe E. Hughes,
?iT Ollice in Dial Mlock?ovor Pal
motto Drug Store.
Specially prepared for Examin
ing and Troating diseases of Eye,
Ear, Throat and Noso.
THREE residences owned by t/r.
P. M. Connor on Chestnut Street. The
first, Dr. Connor's old home, tho house
fitted up with electric lights and wa
terworks, lot containing 1* Acres.
Also, two cottages, just abovo, con
taining rooms each, electric light*
and water. Lots contain one-halt
acre each. For torms a;>ply to.
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