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Does Not Make It.
Your grocer may bo perfectly con
st-notions in recommending another
Flour to be just as puro as ?'Clifton,"
but be does ro?, and cannot know it to
bo so, beoauso ho has nothing to do
with its making. It behooves you,
therefore, to buy an absolutely guar
anteed Flour?one that the Anti-Adul
teration League puts- its registered
trade-mark on?and such a Flour is
Bransford's "Clifton." It is not only
absolutely pure but it is the best win
ter wheat Patent Flour in tho market.
Ask jour grocer for It. For sale by
M. H. Fowlor nnd T. N. Barksdale.
"White Flour," (half patent) or
"Snowllake" and "Spotless," (straight)
is just as pure, a'though not to white
List of Grand aud Petit Jurors.
J. W. J. Bramlett, James W. Simp
son, J. P. Tolbort, T. H. Burton, J. ft.
MeDaniel, J. Mills Hunter, C. )'. Lowe,
C. L. Waldrop, J. W. Rider, R. L. Cook,
A. B. Blakoloy, M. W. Hill, W. A. An
derson, J It Benjamin, II M Blakeloy,
W L Stone, J C Mo Daniel. T H Burts.
(ieo. M. McDanlol, S. D. Garliugton,
N. B. Wood, W. D. Boyd, Jus. L. Rav,
J. E. Ellodge, P. B. Martin, K. W.
Blvthe, J. C. Miller, J. P. Moore, Thos.
J. Lay ton, Jno. R Curry, W. H. Gllk
erson, D. W. Copoland, J. A. Bailey,
W. T. Madden, James W. Henderson,
Jno. C. Hill, Anderson Aborcrombie,
G. A. Copeland, W. M. Irby, R. J. Bry
son, G. W. Ferguson, J. B. Humbert,
J. M. Fleming, J. B. Johnson, Homer
F. Ferguson, II. G. Prior, W. H. Mc
Crary, J. W. Gumbroll, W. E. Pitts, W.
W. Adair, James N. Leake, W. A.
Traynbam, T. D. Lake, J. H. Neigh
WOULD SMASH THE CLUB,
it members of tho "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, tho k'nd
that bailies tho drctors?it wholly
drives from the Fystem. Thousands of
onee-hopoless sufferers from Consump
tion, I'ooumonia, Bronchitis owo 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. 60c, $1.00. Trial bottles free
at Laurens Drug Company.
Tho Laurens Briars.
Tho Laurens Briars will hold their
16th Annual Reunion at Lanfotd Stat:on
on Saturday the 12th day of April.
Milledge L. Bouham and other dis
tinguished gentlemen are expected to be
present. The public generally, and old
Veterans especi ally are expected to turn
Let everyone remember that we will
stand in particular need of something
B. W. LAN FORD.
March 25, 1902.
General debility?failure of the
Btrongth to do and the power to en
dure?is cure by the great tonic
Call aud see our new Hue of Fancy
Dressing Tables In beautiful quartered
Golden Oak, French p'ate mirror, cast
braes knob?, new designs, highly pol
S. M. is E. H. Wilkes.
Ready-made sheets and pillow-cases
cheaper than you can make them, at
Davis, Roper & Co.,
Wo are agents for the celebrated
Hanes' $3 hat?the most popular $8 hat
in America. All the late shapes.
J. E. Minter <fc Bro.
100 dozen mon's half-hose, black and
tan, worth 15o, this week only 7c, at
Davis, Roper & Co.
For stylish, up-to-date Millinery at
reasonable prices, call at
Our lino of Center and Library Tables
are largest in variety, newest In de
signs and shapes and cheapest In
price, beat in quality and finish ever
seen in the city.
8. M. & E. H. Wilkes.
New lot of the latest styles in Belts
just received at
Shoes in great abundance. Reliablo
shoes, shoes that wear. Prices as low
as tho other kind.
Davis, Roper & Co.
Call and see the largest assortment
of Glass and Crockery ever seen on
our 10 cent counter. Ask to see them.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes.
Bryan's Commoner and The Ad
vertiser for $1.05.
Agents for Coats' thread; large
stock always on hand.
J. E. Minter & Bro.
Our line of wash fabrics and white
goods cannot be surpassed. Beauty of
style, excellence of quality and fair
ness of price mark every piece.
HEADS SHOULD NEVER ACHE.
Never endure this trouble. Use at
once the remedy that stopped it for
Mrs. N. A. Webster, of Winnie, Va.,
she writes "Dr. King's New Life Pills
wholly cured me of sick head&ohes I
had suffered from for two years."
Cure Headache, Constipation, Bilious
ness. 25o at Laurens Drug Co.'s drug
Beautiful line of Lamps just receiv
ed at prices from 08 cents to $0 50.
Gall and see what are the latest shapes
and designs, tinting*, decorations and
finishes even if you don't wish to buy.
We would bo glad to show you.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes.
A lovely lino of Parasols and Ladles'
Umbrellas just received at
Shoes to suit every foot. All leath
ers for all occasions; all at moderate
J. E. Minter & Bro.
THE VICE OF NAGGING.
Clouds the happiness of the home,
but a nagging woman often need* help.
She may be eo nervous and run-down
in health that trifles annoy her. If
she is melancholy, exoitable, troubled
with loss of appetite, headache, sleep
lessness, constipation or fainting and
dizzy spells, she needs Electric Bitters,
the most wonderful remedy for ailing
women. Thousands of sufferers from
femalo troubles, nervous troubles, back
aohe and weak kidneys have used it,
and becomes healthy and happy. Try
It. Only 50 o. Tbe Laurens Drug Co.
How about your spring suit? We
can fit you in a good, reliable well
tailored suit. Price lower than the
Davis, Roper <& Co.,
Thr advertiser and the Weekly
Constitution for $1.75. Bee ad in this
. Supervisor and Commissioner A.
W. Sims will let for repairs tbe An
derson Mill Bridge, at the Bridge, at
11 o'clock cn Saturday, the 5th of Aprl',
1902. Also the AndyCulbertson Bridge
on Uecdy Ulver, at 3 o'olook same day:
both bridges In Waterloo Township.
Parties interested may govern them
J. S, DRUM MOND,
YOUNU LADY SUICIDES.
Doplorabtc Death of Miss LIk/Io E.
Miss l.'zzle K Madden shot and
killed horself with a winchostor rille
Sunday afternoon at the home of her
mother, Mm. Dollie Madden, near
Waterloo. Miss Madden had been a
8UiTerer from consumption and tho act
was undoubtedly due to temporary
aberation of mlud induced by the dis
It appears that tbe young lady en
tered her room alone and placed a
chair near her-bed and tbe weapon on
the chair Then, lying on the bed,
she pushed the trigger with a stick,
causing the rille to bo discharged. She
died almost instantly.v
Tbe funeral and interment wero bad
at New Prospect Church Monday morn
Miss Madden was abo.it 20 years old
and wa9 greatly beloved by her rela
tives and many frlonds. Deep sympa
thy is felt for them.
Her father was tho late Austin
Madden, who wa3 a brave Confoderate
PROF.O. b, martin here.
A Good Man With a Capital Recom
Prof. O B Martin, Principal of tho
Central Graded School of Groenvillo.
and a candidate for State Superintend
ent of Education, was in tho city yes
Mr. Martin has been a successful
teacher for nine years and knows his
work. He Is a practical man of affairs,
well educated and well balanced.
More than that, he is a son-in-law of
Mr. Abe Cook, of this county, and
that's a first-claes recommondation for
any man to come into Laurons County
BUILDING PEST HOUSE.
Newly Discovered Small Pox Caso
to Bo Removed to It.
Sunday afternoon a nogro who occu
pied a cottage on the premises of Dr.
Posoy, Harpor Street, developed a
case of smallpox. Tho case was
promptly taken In charge by the health
authorities. Monday City Council
mot and agreed to build a pest house
on a lot owned by the city, near Burnt
Mill Creek. The house is now being
built, As soon as completed, tho case
now uuder caro of tho health author
ities will be removed to it.
Not the slightest alarm is felt over
the smallpox situation.
goes to the exposition.
Frank Dorroh, Winnor of Tho Adver
Frank Dorroh, winner of Thk Ad
vertiser's ticket to Charleston for
the most popular school boy in the
county, loft yesterday on his trip. His
uncle, Mr. Wm.T. Dorroh, Is with him.
Master Frank Dorroh Is a bright,
manly boy of 13, and will be a credit
able representative In Charleston of
Laurens County and The Advertiser
He is a son of Mr. Lawrence Porrob.
On bis return The ADVERTISER hopes
he will write for it his impressions of
TAXPAYING time ended.
Payments Have Been About as Gen
eral as Usual.
"About as well as usual as far as I
can tell." That wa9 Treasurer Cope
land's reply yesterday to a roportor's
question as to how people had paid
taxes this year. "I am not in a posi
tion to make a statement just yet," he
added. 1 Of course the number of de
linquents Is considerable. Times have
boen bard this winter, but I think the
payment has been as general as in for
mer years." Taxpaylng time ended
Monday and all that day the olllce was
Guy Moore and Miss Carrio Riddle
Joined in Wedlock.
Yesterday morning, at Clinton, Mr.
Guy Moore and Miss Carrio Riddle,
both of this clty.wero married, Dr. W.
P. Jacobs officiating. Mr. Moore is
well known in tho city and county and
is engaged in the cotton business . His
bride is the daughter of Mr. Pink
Riddle and is a popular and charming
young lady. Thecoupli are receiving
GRAY COURT DOTS.
In the death of Col. B. W. Ball, we
feel that we have lost a friend and the
county ono of her noblost and best
There will be a Rural Free Delivery
Routo started from Gray Court on
May l6t, with Arch C. Owings a9 car
The Hot Supper in Gray's Hall on
last Friday night, for the benefit of the
school library, was a great success,
notwithstanding tho very unfavorable
weather. Wo think everybody en
joyed it, and qulto a nice little sum
was realized for tho worthy cause. The
thanks of tho entire community are
due and are hereby tondored the Lau
rens Band for tho splendid music ren
deied at tho Hot Supper; also, to
UnoloBenfor the Mocking Bird, etc.
Very much to the regret of every
body, and some of the young men In
narticular. Miss Sadie Hamilton loft
last Monday for her home in Green
wood, her term as toacher In the pub
lic school having expired on Friday,
the 28th ult.
Prof. Coker, with tho second base
ball nine, from Owings' Station, came
down on laut Saturday and crossed
bats with tho second nine of Gray
Court. Our boys proved to much for
the visitors on this occasion, and put it
on to them.
Mr. It. F. Fleming and Superintend
ent of Education Cbas. F. Brooks were
here for the Hot Supper.
Toe farmers are making good use of
the time. Lots of fertilizers were
hauled from here last week, a great
deal of ploughing has been done, and
some have planted corn.
The small grain is growing rapidly
slnco the warmer weather has set in.
The County Teachors' Association
will meet Saturday, April 5tb, at Court
1. How History should bo taught ??
Miss Porrinne Farrow,
B. Y. Cnlbertson.
2. Should the teachers make an'effort
to be represented In tho Legislature??
J, 0. Hill,
W P. Culbertson.
3. Tho best method of securing good
Mi.". Annie Spencer.
A. Q. Wrice.
The Hon. J. B. Humbert will address
W. P. Oulbertaon,
W. 0 Irby,
James A- Madden,
CAN'T KEEP IT SECRET.
The splendid work of Dr. King's
New Life Pills is dally coming to light.
No such grand remedy for IA vor and
ilowel troubles was evor known before.
Thousands bless them for curing Con
stipation, Sick Headache, Biliousness,
Jaundice and Indigestion. Try them.
25c at Laurent- Drug Co.
AND BRIEF NOTES OF RECENT
Hon. Cole L. Blease, of Newberry,
was in town two days last week.
Rev. Wllrnot S. Holmes was in the
city last v?ook.
Mr. John Y. Garlington went to the
Exposition last week.
You oan have a "warm" time in
Charlestion this montb.
Miss Ida Fuller left for the Exposi
tion last Thursday.
Miss Lint Jones has returned from a
visit to Newberry and Charleston.
Hon. F. H. Dominick was in tho city
last week on legal business.
Court convenes on the 14th lust.,
Judge R. O. Purdy presiding.
Why wait longer to go to the Expo
Mr. Loomu8 Blalock was in the c'ty
Mr. W. W. Jones returned from Co
lumbia last week. 1
Mrs. Alice Young has moved to
Tho Exposition is a great success so
far. Detter go down and see It.
Mr. Thomas W. Wright was in Spar
tanburg last week.
Miss Marlegene Caino is at b?me
from Converse for Easter.
Miss Emma Hudgens !s a* home for
Miss BessieTodd is at home for a few
days from Converse.
Mr. Augustus Huff spent a few days
in Greenville last week.
Kates to the Exposition aro very low
on account of the President's visit.
Mrs. R. L. Gray, of Gray Court, has
beon vIsltlngMr. N. B. Dial's family.
Mrs. Effle Langston, of Clinton, is
visiting at J. Loo Langston's.
Rev. W. S. Holmes, of Columbia,
conducted Easter services at the
church of the Epiphany on Monday.
Mrs. J. C. Garlington and children,
who have been visiting in the city, re
turned to Spartanburg on Monday.
Miss Pearl Sullivan, of Greenville
Female College, spent a few daye here
Tho concert for the benefit of the
Library, scheduled to take place last
Friday night, has beon postponed.
Tho crowds are increasing at the
Charleston Exposition. Why not go
Mrs. J. A. Barksdale left last week
for a visit to her daughter in Spartan
Mr. R. G. Franks, of Pacolet, visited
bis parents and friends in tho city this
Mr. Nut-tall, of Kooxvllle, Tenn.,
was here last week visiting Mr. W. W.
Graham and family.
Mrs. W. W. Graham left Saturday
for a visit to her parents at Knoxvllle,
Captain and Mrs. J. F. Johnston, of
Ashevillo, N. 0., will visit Mr. J. W.
Todd and family this week.
Miss Nellie Bolt, from Columbia Col
lege, spent the Easter holidays at
Mr. H. H. Watkln?, a prominent
lawyer of Anderson, was hero last
week on legal business.
Mr. W. J. Gaines, representing the
Augusta Chronicle, was here one day
Mr. D. C. Smith, of Waterloo, has
gone to Charleston where ho will serve
as Grand Juryman in the United States
Mr. John Aug. Barksdalo, Cashier of
the National Bank, Mrs. Barksdale
and their children have returned from
the Exposition. "Tho Exposition is
splendid" reports Mr. Barksdale, "and
will do the whole State a great deal of
Lewis W. Simklns, Jr., left yester
day for Georgetown where he has ac
cepted a position in tho store of the
Atlantic Coast Line Lumber Company.
Mr. Simklns Is tho second son of Hon.
L. W. Slmkin8and a young man of fine
promise. His friends here, young and
old, wish him a tine future in George
town and predict it for h:m?though, of
course, they regret that he must leave
Watterson's Speech Appears.
Elsewhere in this paper appears the
striking speech recently made by Hen
ry Watterson, the b. illiant Kentucky
Democrat and orator. The speech
created a sensation and Laurens Demo
crats will enjoy reading it.
Building Ten Bridges.
County Supervisor Drummond hag
his force at work In tho construction
of ten new bridges In various parts of
the county. That is why work on the
roads is not going on at present.
Arp on Old Time Mails.
Mails and postage fifty years ago?
that is the theme which Bill Arp
writes upon this week, with the rare,
quaint cleverness of whloh he Is mas
ter. His letter on another page will
be found of entrancing interest.
The Furman Echo.
The Auvkrtiser is In receipt of
the March number of tin "Furman
Echo," the worthy magazine published
by the Literary Societies oi Furman
University. Tho is replete with Inter
esting essays, short stories, sketches
and editorials, and refleots erodit upon
the young men In oharge.
Dr. W. U. Stokes Dead.
Dr. Wm. II. Stokes, who lived near
Princeton, died last week. He mar.
rled a daughter of Dr. F. G. Fuller and
was well known in the county. He was
a useful oitigen in his community and
bis death Is a great l"ss.
Nr. Drnmmond's Reuse Burned.
Last Wednesday night, at 3 o'clook,
the dwelling of Supervisor J. S. Drum
mond, near Jaohin, was burned with
most of its contents- Mr. Kellott lived
in the house. The tire Is believed to
have been of incendiary origin and the
motive robbery. Mr. Kellett had re
cently bought and stored In the house
a large quantity of flour and other sup?
pllos. Neither building nor contents
were insured, The house was a valua
The "Converse Conoept" published
by the young ladles of Converse Col
lege, Is one of the most Interesting
periodicals that comes to our table.
Wo are In receipt of the March num
ber, kindly sent us by Miss Meta Sul
livan of this city. Miss Sullivan is Ed
itor in Chief. This Issue refleots much
credit upon the literary ability of our
fair young friend, her editorials bjlng
especially strong as well as interest
Some people have Corns.
Millers com cure 10 cents
Our Talcum Powder stops
Dainty Soaps at dainty
If it ought to bo here?its
Leave your Headaches
cents pint ,
The Laurens Drug Co.
103 West Main St.
'Phone 75 Goods delivored.
Meeting of Camp Garlinjton.
Pursuant to previous notice Camp Garl
ington, U. C. V., mot on 29th ultimo,
the attendance being unusually largo.
The first business in order was the
payment of annual dues. This being
attended to, tho next business was the
selection of Delegates to the general Re
union at Dallas, Texas, beginning 22d
April, inst. A motion was offered and
adopted authorizing the Commander of
tho Camp to appoint three Delegates,
including himself, to represent this
Camp at said Renniou, aud that each
Delegate so appointed be authorized, in
case of his inability to at'.ond, to select
his own a'ternate. In accordance with
said motion the following Comrades are
hereby named: Y. C. Hellams, John
M. Hudgens, T. B. Crows.
The following Comrades were olec
ted as Delegates to the Veteran State
Reunion at Greenville: James Wham,
T. J. Duckett, John R. Harrison; Al
ternates?Messer Babb, J. H, Oopoland,
T. S. Teague.
It was stated by tho Chair that tho
date for tho Reunion at Greenvillo has
not yet been fixed, but notico of which
will be given in due time.
The Camp was thon fe-organized by
the election of all the old officers for
the ensuing year, as follows: Comrades
T. B. Crews, Commander; J. M. Hudg
ens, Vico-Commander; J. H. Copeland,
Secretary and Treasurer; B. W. Lan
Comrado J, P. Dillard moved that a
Committee consisting of threo members
of the Camp, with the Commander as
Chairman, be appointed to draft suita
ble Resolutions in rospect to the mem
ory of our late lamented Comrade, Col.
B, W. Ball, Commander of the Veteran
Regiment of Laurens County. The fol
lowing Comrades constitute the Memo
rial Committee, in accordance with said
motion; T. B, Crews, J. P. Dillard, J.
After authorising tho Commander to
have tuitable badges propared for tho
approaching Reunions, the meeting
T. B. Crews,
J. H, Copeland, Bec'y.
Deafness Cannot Be Cared
By local application as they cannot
reached the diseased portion of tho
ear. Thorn is only one way to pure
deafness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness Is paused by an
Inflamed condition of the muoous lin
ing of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tubo Is inflamed you have a rumb
ling sound or Imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely olosed, Deafness Is
the result, and unless tho inflammation
can be taken out and this tube restored
to its normal condition, hearing will
bo destroyed forever; nine cases out of
ten are caused by Catarrh, which Is
nothing hut an inflamed oondidlton of
the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness caused by
oatarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, fpoe,
V. j. Cheney & Co.,
Sold by Druggists, 75o.
Hill's Vamify Plus are the H*?t.
We have just had a very successful Easter display and |
Now we come to you again with a great array of facts that cannot be equalled. We
want your business and are offering special inducements to get your Patronage.
Don't You Think it is Just as Easy
To got into the habit of coming to Our Store as it is to skip around from
place to place, and a great deal safor. We arc always here?always ready
to make everything pleasant and satisfactory for our customers, and the
of tenor you come the more money you'll savo.
Some* Specials for this Week:
100 Dozen Men's Half Hose, all colors, special cash price, 04c
100 Dozen Men's Half Hose, all colors, special price this
Week, . 07c
200 Pairs Children's High Cut Shoes, worth $1.00 to $1.50,
special cash price this Week,. 89c
200 Pairs Ladies' Shoes, si/.os 8's to I.J's,. 75c
Big lot Men's Suits Special Cash Prico this Week,. *5.00
2000 Yards Check Homespun.
2000 Yards Sea Island, good quality.
One Lot Ladies' Faster Hook Kid Glovo (worth #1.00), .... 75c
These aie a few of our Spot Cash Prices on goods that cannot bo bought elsewhere for the price. We want your cash business.
Wo want to show you how easy youHjan trade with us and feel all the time that you are getting values that you cannot get elsewhere.
Come quick ! and keep coining to Laurens' greatest store. Wo are always on the alert for special drives and bargains in saleable mer
chandise, and we know our facilities for buying cannot be surpassed by auy houso in those parts.
Davis, Roper & Com'ny.
LAUREINS, ? C
BUYING fT STOVE
A good place to Trade.
is an important event in the his
tory of every household. It is
an event that most people wish
to have occur at long intivals.
This is possible when you in
vest in a
made to last. Catings arc heavy?free from scrap Iron. Ov;?ns
ave large and Roomy, with Enamel Lining to Ovens, Doors and
Racks. Fire backs aio guaranteed for wood 15 years. Inspect
our new lino for Spring 1902, we know upon investigation you
decide to buy a Buck's.
Laurens, 8. 0.
is complete. Wo try to keop the
Bost and purest. Dootor's bills
are costly. Better pay the little
extra it coats to procure Groceries
The only kind wo over ask you
Laurens Cotton Mills Store.
T. C. LUCAS. Manager.
h. e. okay
J. C. BHALT.
OKAY & SHEALY,
*. . ? c . ?- 1
DRESSED and UNDRESSED
In both states for Lumber Buyers.
Bettor t han averago quality at
less than average prices".
Material for tho Builder
Farmer or Householder,
at figures below regular.
kinds, grades and dimensions.
All reliable, well-aoasoned stock.
Tell us your noeds and we will quote prices.
Mantels, Columns, Scroll Work a Specialty.
^|A\ & SHEALY, Laurens, S. C.
w. 11. knight. k. k. 11a11u.
KNIGHT & BABB,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all the State and
Federal Courts. Strict attention to all
business intrusted to them
Office up-stairs, Simmons' Building.
BEST FOR THE SOUTH.
Every Gardener, Farmer and
Trucker should have Wood's 1002
Descriptive Catalogue. It not
onlv glVOS reliable, practical, up
to-date information about all
Seeds, but also the best crops to
grow, most successful ways of
growing dilleront crops, and much
other information of special inter
est toovery one who plants seeds.
It tells all about
Vegetable and Rower Seeds,
Grass and Clover Seeds,
Seed Potatoes, Seed Oats,
Tobacco, Seed Corn,
Cow Peas, Soja,
Velvet and Navy Beans,
Sorghums, Broom Corn,
Knffir Corn, Peanuts,
fllilet Seed, Rape, etc.
Catalogue mailed free on request.
T.W. Wood & Sons, Seedsmen,
Persons having business with
tho Suporvisor will lind him or
his clork in tho ollico Mondays
and Fridays of oach wook.
J. 8. Drummond,
Suporvisor, L. C
April 11, 1901
Guanos and Acids.
I am now handling RoyBtor'sGuanos
and Acids, which are well known to tho
public and hnvo been tested and found
first clats, and aro warranted in every
Also, Ober's Guano, which has an es
Parties wishing to purcbaso, can find
me at Palmetto Drug Company, where
I will be pleased to give them prices,
W. 0. IRBY, Sr.
Jan. 23, 1902?3m.
\i\ ORDER of Chief Justice Mc
Iverofthe Supreme Court of South
Carolina, there will be a Special Term
of Court of General Sessions, (criminal
only), held for Laurens County, S. C,
beginning on tho Second Monday In
April, it being the 14th day of the
month, and lusting ten days, if neces
sary. Hon. R. (). Purdy, of Sumtor, S.
C, the newly-elected Judge of the
Third Circuit, will preside. All wit
nesses and persons having business in
said Court will be on hand promptly.
JOHN P. HOLT,
Clerk of Court C. P. and a, s , r.. c.
A NEW LAW FIRM,
The undersigned hive this day en
tered into a partnership for tho practice
of law iu the Courts of this State, under
tho name of Simpson & Cooper and will
promptly attend to all business on
tvusted to them.
H A. cooper.
Albert C. Todd,
1f?>" Kvery caso a Specialty. Ofllcc
In L,iw Hange, South Harper Stroot.
W. H. DIAL, M. D.,
No. 110 W. Main St.
Special Attention Given Women
Olllco hours in the city from 10 a. m.
to 4 p. m. 'Phone?Hesldenco No. 44;
Olllco No. 80.
Dr. Holfe E. Hughes,
f?rOlllcein Dial Hlock ?ovor Hal
motto Drug Store
Spocially prepared for Examin
ing and Troating disoasos of Kyo,
Kar, Throat and Nobo.
THREE residences owned by Dr.
P. IL Connor on Chestnut Street. The
11 rat, Dr. Connor's old home, tho houso
fitted up with olectrlc lights and wa
terworks, lot containing H Acres.
Also, two cottages, just above, con
taining ft rooms oacb, electric lights
and water. Lots contain one-half
aero each. For terms apply to.
Du. P, 1L Connor,
Greenwood, S. C.
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