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WILL MOVE OFFICE.
Pcoplo to Get Mall in the
Room Nearest the Square to be Occu
pied -Will be Handsomely Fitted
Up?Tho Site Discussed.
The Laurens post ofllce is to be mov?>d
to tho M. S. Bailey building In Main
street near the South-east corner of
tho square. It will occupy the room
nearest the square.
It Is stated that Mr. Balloy will ex
pond about $1,200 in Utting up the
room with modern conveniences, cloaks,
boxes, drawers, delivery windows, eto.
Post Master MoCravy expects the
room to make a handsome office.
Post Master McCravy states that the
post office department was probably
govorned in this choice by the fact
that, tho Bailey Building is within 80
rods of the railway station, in which
distance tho railways are requir
ed to deliver the malls. He says
that the choice was made by tho de
partment, which sent an inspector here,
and was not his ohoice but be expeots
a good oilier to bo equipped.
The department allows $350 00 a year
for rental of an office hero.
Whilo probably Mr. Bailey will pro
vide a far better furnishod room than
tho town has ever had for poet office
facilities, some objections are expressed
as to tho now location. The street, it
is argued, Is narrow in front of the
building and people in vehicles stop
ping for mall will crowd it. The old
site on the square loft plenty of room.
Arrangements for equipping the new
oflico are already in progress and It is
supposed that too office will bo moved
when they are completed.
Get you a Leather or an Aluminum
Fob from Fleming Bros.
WAS FORMERLY HERE.
Iu Early Times This Town was Seat of
Tho Act of Congross of 1823, dividing
the State into two Federal Judicial Dis
tricts made Laurens the seat of the
Western District Court. If Congress
man Johnson's bill for the appointment
of a new Federal Judge passes, there is
tho best reason that the original
status should be restored; that the Dis
trict Courthouse should be built here.
Tho seat of the Court was removed to
Greenville In 1845, but since railways
have been built, Laurens is undoubt
edly the most centrally located and
convenient place for the Courthouse.
This matter iu worth the attention of
the people of Laurens?worth a great
deal of attention and a hard fight.
We have tho latest in this season's
Bolt Buckles. Fleming Bros.
A Merry Heart
Comes from eating good broad. The
Book says "eat bread and let thy
heart be merry." But to have a merry
heart, tho bread must be good, and to
have It good, you must use flour, which
the same means Bransford's "Clifton."
We have gained the lead by virtue of
purity and quality, and we propose to
keep it, if purity and quality will do
It. If you want satisfaction in baking,
ask for "Clifton" flour.
New styles in Spring and Summer
Shirt-Waist Sots and Hat Pins at
Will Laurens be Annexed?
The Advertiser has Received the
Clinton, S. C, April, 26th, 1002.
Mr. Editor:?It is reported that if
tho ],aureus Clinton Electric line be
built, Laurens will be annexed to Clin
ton and will bo called ward 27, that
she will be entitled to have an alder
man in our town council and that the
Laurens post office will be moved here.
Is it so?
Fine Program Arranged*
The Jones High School, Jones Post
Office, Greenwood, will have its com
mencement on May 8th. A splendid
program has been nrranged, and those
who attend will have a good time.?
The Jones High Sohool has for years
maintained a reputation for excellence.
WIELDS A SHARP AX.
Millions marvel at the multitude of
maladies cut of by Dr. King's "New
Life Pills?the most distressing too.
Stomach, Liver and Bowel troubles?
Dyspepsia. Loss of Appetite, Jaundice,
Biliousness, Fever, Malaria, all fall be
fore these wonder workers. 25o at
Laurons Drug Co.
WHAT MERCHANTS SAY.
We will soil at a sacrifice the throe
Sterling Silver Handle Umbrellas left
ovor from the holidays.
Yours if you want it! We mean one
of those stylish hat? we arc saving for
you. come and see them.
A complete line of Spring and Sum
mer Clothing. Give us a call and we
will be sure to please you.
J. JS, Minter & Bro.
i;an eat anything and not suher after
faking Dr. Hawes" Locative Dyspepsia
Powder. For sale at
Palmetto Drug Co.
Shirts and Underwear for the hoi
J. E, Minter & Bro.
A Parasol or Ladles Umbrella is
really a necessity during the two or
three months when the sun is over
head and so closo to us. See our line.
You can ask any one that is using a
Buck's Stove and they will highly
recommend them to you. Sold only by
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes.
Pretty waists in silk percalos lawns.
Now is the time for you to inspeot.
Day is, Roper <k Co.
There is genuine worth in a Thomp
son's Glove Felting Coreet. We have
them In all styles, inoluding girdles,
at 50 cents, 75 cents, and $1.00.
Our line of Refrigerators is ex
pected to arrive daily, ?nd at prices
tbat will please all.
?? S. M. & E. H. Wilkes.
The latest style in men's, youths' and
children's clothing. The/juality Is the
best for the price.
J. E. Minter ft, Bro,
New line of water coolers just ar
S. M. &c B. H. WllJfefc
We call the ladies attention to the
new things in W. B. Corsets. We have
the sale agency for Laurena and county.
Call and see them.
Davis, Hoper A Co.,
Dr. Hawee Laxative DyapepslaPow
der for heartburn and sour stomaph.
For salo at
Palmetto Drug Co.
Ladies Sailors and other nice Spring
hats for excellence price. Lower than
you will Und them elsewhere,
Davis, Roper <fe Ctf.
FOR Rent?-Several cottages. Small
farm in town. W. W. Bali..
I SOME VISITORS AND
Dr. C. L. Poolo went over to Union
Miss Ella Roland lias gone to New
York to Continue her studies in art.
Cant. A. B. Byrd, of Belton, was in
tho oity last week.
Mr. Martin Gurry was iu town Sat
Mr. John D. Garllngton of Spartan
burg was in the oity Saturday.
Dr. W. H. Washington loft yester
day for tho Exposition.
Dr. Y. L. Poole, a prominent physi
cian of Union, died last week. Re was
born in Laurous county.
Mrs. O. B. Mayer of Nowborry vis
ited Mrs . Walter Moutgoinory in Spar
tanburg last woek.
Mrs. J. A. Barksdalo went to Spar
tanburg last week to visit her daugh
ter, Mrs. Frank Evans.
Dr. and Mrs Aiken and Master Hugh
K. Alken visited relatives In Green
wood last week.
Deputy Collector of Internal Reve
nue J. D. Adams was In the city last
Mr. Joff Adams was In tho oity from
Darlington last week, visiting his pa
ronts, Rev. and Mrs. Robert Adams.
The County chain gang has lately
done some good work on tho Clinton
road in the neighborhood of B. F. Bal
Mr. Lawrence Boyd, one of the pro
gressive and successful farmers of the
Mountville neighborhood, was in the
The Charleston News and Courier
came to town last week in the bodily
shape of J. E. Norment, its handsome
Mr. W. R. Richey has been visiting
his brother, Augustus Richey, who is
ill in Greenville. He returned Monday
bringing the gocu news that his broth
er is much better.
Mr. Miller Curry was In the city
Saturday. Mr. Curry says that more
land is lying idlo this year betweon
his home uuar Green Pond and this city
than ho has ever seen before. People
leaving the farms to work In the mills,
ho thinks Is the cause.
Captain Clarence^ B. Smith, U. S. A.,
now serving In >h*--Philipplno3, has
been promoted to tho field artillery
service with Increased pay. Ho Is a
nephew of Dr. J. R. Smith and Mr.
G. P. Smith.
Mr. O. B. Simmons is having the
front of his handsome buildiug, south
square, repainted, and in a day or two
It will be as bright as a new dollar.?
Mr. Simmons Is doing what every
house owner on tho square should do
Mr. C. C. Featherstono will attend
the General Conference of the South
ern Methodist Church in Dallas, Texas,
which meets on May Ith. This great
church will have a fine representative
In Mr. Featherstone and no delegate
will enjoy the Conference more than
In the Greon Street Baptist Church,
Spartanburg, Wednesday Mr, R. W.
Compton and Miss Fannie Browton
were married. Mr. Compton is a I,au
rens boy and formerly lived hero. Hie
bride is tho daughter of Calvin Brew
ton. Mr. Comptpn is employed as a
machinist wit? the Morgan Iron Works.
His friends "he/o wish: him and his
bride great happiness."
J. J. McSwaln of Greenville delivered
an address to the Graded School at
Fountain Inn last Friday night. The
address Is highly praised by those who
heard it. Mr. SlcSwatn is one of tho
ablest young men whom Laurens has
sent out. He is a member of the firm
of Carey. McCullough <& McSwain in
Mr. C. C. Hellaras died at his home
on Factory Hill, this city, last Wed
nesday night. Mr. Hellams was a na
tive of the North-western part of the
county. He served his country faith
fully in tho Confederate Army as a
member of tho James Battalion. His
death Is groatly lamentod by a large
number of friends and relatives.
Important If True.
A youncfi fat and nourishing profes
sional man of this town who wears a
few whiskers, is utterly unmarried and
has travolod some, has announced that
all women are sharp-tongued.
The annual protracted meeting of
the First Methodist church will be
commenced ou next Sunday. The pas
tor asks us to cordially invite the nub
ile generally to attend theso services.
tione to Mississippi.
Mr. Claude Babb has gone to Homo,
Miss., where he will make his home.
Mr. Babb is a competent, and experi
enced young business man and success
ful salesman. He was very popular in
Laurens and his frionds hore regret
his departure but are sure that he has
a bright future in Mississippi.
prphanage Receives Legacy,
ft is ?tated that the Thorn well Cjr
phanage of Clinton has received a legr
acy of 110,000.00 from the late Mrs.
Lees of New Yorki A more worthy
, ,- 1 ? mi.. . ? .Ii /?....I-.. ?
objqot than the xnornwun w.^uonage
for such a handsome bequest could not
have been found.
Mrs. J. W. Tribble Read.
News has been received inNewborry
of tho death at High Shoals, N. C, of
Mrs. J. W, Tribble, wife of Dr. J. W.
Tribblo. Besides her husband, two
daughters, Mrs. Goff of Edgefield, and
Miss Maude Tribble, survive. Tne
family formerly livod here and havo
many friends who will hear of Mrs.
Tribble's death with deep regret.
M?> Jones Appointed.
Suporlntendant of City Schools B. L.
Jones has been appointed conductor of
the Teachers' Inetitute for Laurens
county to begin hero July 24th. Mr.
Jones is one of tho best equipped teach
ers in the State and Pi is certain that
tho Institute hore will be in every
sense a success under bis management.
Telegraph Office Improved.
Messrs. C. D. and J. A. Barksdale.
Jr.. have added new furniture' and
Attings to tho Western Union Tele
f;rupn office which occupies their build
ng on the West slue of the square.
The office Is greatly Improved, adding
much to the convenience of Miss
J.aney, the efficient and always accent
Sedating manager of thy office, and
so to the patrons.
Handsome House Burned,
At midnight Sunday night the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Putman
at Qraycourt was burned, with most of
its contents. The house a hand
some frame structure, which cost o*er
$2,000, and comparatively new, was
only partially insured. The flamnp, it
is said, were discovered lu the roof and
strenuous efforts could do nothing to
*?ve t})e property. Mr. and Mrs. Put
man have bad a wayere loss and their
friends feel great sympathy fop them.
Ladies Brauch of Odd
Fine Corps of Officers and Splendid
Membership Insure for it a
At (he ball of the Junior Order of
American Mechanics Monday night a
flour tailing lodge of the degree of Re
becca, the ladles branch of the Odd
Fellows, was organized. It begins with
a large and enthusiastic membership
and a corps of officer* was selected
which insures tho successful conduot
of the lodge affairs. The namoof the
lodgo is Martha Washington, No. 14.
Before the secret work began a pub
lie meeting was hold and addresses
were heard. Music was furnished by
Arthur Odoll's string band.
Hon. F. P. McGowan presided and
T. JK. Hudgens was Secretary. Mr. C.
Li. Bleaso of Newberry delivered an
address on Odd Fellowship and the
Churoh, and Hon. R. A. Cooper spoke
on South Carolina. W. E. Avory, of
Columbia, District Deputy Grand Mas
ter of the Degree, was proscnt and
made an address.
Martha Washington Lodgo will meet
on the Mondays alter tho first and third
Sundays of each month. Tho follow
ing aro the officers ohosen : Mrs. An
nie Blakoly, Noblo Grand; Mrs. Anna
Johnson, Vice Grand; Miss Stella
Touchstone, Seoretary; Mrs. Mary
Bowie, Treasurer; Miss Othella Blako
ly, Conductor: Miss Alma Garrett,War
den; Mrs. Minnie Griffen and Mrs.
Rosalie Thompson, Right and Left
Supporters to Noble Grand; Miss
Tcsaa Franks and Miss May CannoD,
Right and Left Supp'rtrc? fo Vice
Grand; Mrs. Etta Nabors, lusidu Guar
dian; W. E Touchstone, Outside Guar
dian and 0? 0, Johnson, Chaplain.
The degree of Rebecca is controlled
entlroly by the ladles. They have their
own system of benefits and adopt their
own by-laws, etc. It is a very popular
order and does a vast deal of practical
Rogers & tirilley at Factory Hall
At Factory Hall to-night Rogers &
Grilley will give one of their famous
These entertainers have been before
the public for seven continuous seasons
and their reputation has steadily
Mr. Rogers Is a musician and soloist
of rare ability and Mr. Grilley's elo
cutionary talent Is unusually good.
Everywhere the recitals have arous
ed great Interest and the two artists
have wou golden expressions from the
press, The Macon Telegraph, for ex
ample, says: ''No two men ever put up
a better entertainment. Macon will
welcome these gentlemen on their re
PREPARING FOR MEMORIAL DAY.
Daughters of the Confederacy Will
The local Chapter of tho Daughters
of the Confederacy will meet at the res
idence of Mr. W. H. Gllkcrson at 4:80
o'clock to-morrow afternoon. Prepar
tlons for observing Momorial Day will
bo considered. On this account a large
attendance is urged. The ladles right
ly regard it a sacred duty as well as
privilege once a year to honor the de
parted heroes of the Lost Cause by dec
orating their gravos and they hope
the observance this year will have tho
hearty co-operktion of tho whole com
WILL DO JOB WORK.
Now Type aud Stationery Soon to
Ina few days The Advertiser will
bo prepared to do first class job work
at reasonable prices. Prompt delive
ries of work are guaranteed. James
T. Crews and Edgar H. Crows will do
tho printing. Both are accomplished
and experienced job printers.
The Advertiser has always had a
job plant but numerous new faces of
type have been ordered and the stock
of stationery will be of the best.
Represents The Advertiser.
Mies Hannah Tolbort, tho daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Tolbert of this olty,
left yesterday for tho Exposition. This
attractive young lady was voted the
most popular school girl In Laurens in
The Advertiser's coupon contest
and her railway ticket is furnished by
The Advertiser. On her return she
will tell in The Advertiser her im
pressions of the Exposition, In Mas
ter Frank Dorroh and Miss Hannah
Tolbert The Advertiser has had the
best Exposition representatives of any
newspaper In America.
Mr. Humbert is Secretary.
The Honea Path Cotton Mill was or
ganized last week. John B. Humbert,
son of Capt. J. B. Humbert of this
county, was eleoted secretary of the
mill. He Is a first class man and no
better selection could have been made.
J. D. Hammett was elected president
and R. M. Shirley, vice-president.
Other directors elected were: Col. Jas.
L. Orr, T. H. and L. A. Brook, J. 15.
?lrrlne. J. F. Shirley, 0/ P,'Smith and
The building of the mill will begin
Reads, Rivers and Harbors.
A bill has been introduced in Con
gress to appropriate a large sum of
aoney to build good roads. It's a good
11. If money rhny'be spent In deepen
ing rivers and harbors, why not spend
it In constructing roads over which tho
farmers who run the newspapers and
the farms in tho interior may sail
their oraft? The foreman of The Apr
vertiser is skipper of a bloyole and
another member of tho staff Is rear ad
miral of a top buggy. Let Congress
give us good roads of oourse.
Convicted of Manslaughter.
The oase of tho State ugainst John
Henry i'-'loyd, indicted for Mio murder
of John Nance, ended in a verd|ot of
guilty of manslaughter and Floyd was
sentenced to serve five years in the
penitentiary. Nance, the man killed,
was a brother of the Nance who was
killed by the Atkissons and others ten
years ago. It will be recall-d in that
case ton negroes were convioted of mur
der and sentenced to death. They re
ceived a new trial and most of them
were convicted of manslaughter. John
Floyd Is a negro. Court adjourned
^yedncsday evening. *
belt To;- the Exposition.
A large party left this city yester
day for the Charleston Exposition,
over tho 0. N. & L. and A. C. L. Rail
ways. In the parly were; Oo|. J. H.
Traynham, Clerk of Court John" F
Bolt, Oeole Anderson and MUs Pauline
Anderson, Yancey GllkeVson and Mies
Annie Gilkorson, Mrs. M. E Babb and
little Miss Mildred Babb, Miss Berta
Babb of Babbtown, and many others.
A large party also left yesterday from
Grose Hill, \
Get ready to get your jardiniere*
We have the prettiest line we have
S. M. & S. H. Wilkes.
Beware of Scalpers.
But be sure you see the work
of the Oneida and Chippewa In
dians in Fancy Baskets?Mocas
sins, etc., in our East show win
dow this week. It is all hand
work but very artistic. The
prices are LOW.
See the Embossed Moose Skin
in Centre. We will give away
some and ?fter rest for sale.
Come in and ask particulars.
The Laurens Drug Co.
103 West Main St.
'Phone 76 Goods delivered*
The Local Market for April 80,
(Corrected by R. P, Mllam & Co,)
Cotton (bost)..0 cents.
Bacon.10 to 10 i cts.
Flour.3.90 to 5.60 bbl.
Meal.OOcts per bu.
Corn.OOcts per bu.
Lard, leaf.13 cts per lb
Molasses.20 to 76ots gal.
Sugar.18 lbs per 91.
Eggs.,.15ots per do/.
Chickens (hens).30 to 35 cents.
Spring ohlckens........20 to 25 cents.
Potatoes, Irish,.$1.76 per bu.
Potatoes, Sweet,.81.75 per bu.
COTTON MILL STOCKS.
Prices Quoted by Alester G. Furman,
Broker, Greenville, S. C, April 11.
Abbeville Cotton Mill.
Arkwrlght Mills,. 118
Beiton Mills.;;;;;., loo
Greenwood Cotton Mill,.. 100
Laurens Cotton Mills. .... 146
Newberry Cotton Mills, .. 116
Farming uuwuerjr larovaru. jli.
O; Cora whiskey from 11.65 to 92.00
per gallon; vossol included. Rye from
$2.1u to 13.16. Poaoh hranfly |2.0?. Ap
ple 12.15 per gallop.
97 7R f. Cooper,
HOUSES to RENT!
No. 1.?Frame House, 0 rooms and
kitchen, in Laurens Street, about 100
feet from Public Snuane. Newly paint
ed inside and out, Has good well of
water. $10 per month. Oheapost home
in city, location considered.
No. 2.?Four room and kitchen cot
tage in Academy Street, one acre lot.
Only 95.00 a month. This house is a
bargain. For sale at $600.00.
Nu. 3.?ifew four room and kitchen
cottage, corner Boaufort and Katha
rine Streets. Room foV garden. Water
cdnpecf.ions. $8.00, tenant to pay his
own wator rent.
NO. 4.?New four room and kitchen
cottage in Hampton streot, adjoining T.
H. Nelson's. Duplicate of No- 3 ana on
Numbers 3 and 4 are being built and
wltT be1 read> i# fbo^ two wefts.
Nt ??'>?- Cottage for colored tenants.
Would rent small farm or part of farm
with this cottage.
Would rent firming lands suitable
/or dairying or trucking with numbers
ft and 4V B m 8
PINK BUILDING LOTS and
other valuable real estate for salo at
bargains; easy terms.
W. W. BALL,
North tide Public Square*
Agont for J. & P. Coats
+?A Fashionable Footwear. Saa^.
Solo agents Qucon Quality
Shoes for Women.
Co?jQt tr>e Feet
Of tho ladios who pass aud you will Hud that moro feminine foot tread the sidewalk of Lauvous in our shoes, than in shoos
sold by any other store hereabouts. The reason why is because tho majority of tho ladios know
the excellence of our Footwear.
c?.f. &a 11
??na ^ i mm
Go anywhere for any kind of shoes, but como hero for tho best kind. Shoos at 50 cts to $5.00.
You never hoar a lady or gentleman say?"too much" when trading here.
DAVIS? ROPER 8z
The Popular Shoe Store.
Odd Pieces of
for odd little Nooks and Corners
at odd little prices.
Comparisons convince, and no careful housekeeper who has
furniture to buy will make a purchase without coming first to
WiIJK.ES'. Here is Furniture to be proud of, proud of ite
goodness and artistic character, and proud of its construction.
Easy Sliding Drawers.
is complete. Wo try to koop tho
Host and purost. Doctor's bills
arc costly. Bettor pay the little
oxtra it costs to procure Grocorios
The only kind wo ovor ask you
Laurens Cotton Mills Store.
T. C. LUCAS, Manager.
A L CASES OF
by our new invention. Only those bom deaf are Incurable.
m\m mm mmn
A. VVBRMIANi OP BALTIMORE, 0AY8:
Rai.timokk, Md.i March 1901.
Gtnittnten 1 ? tleing entirely cared of deafness*, thanks to your ttQotn'eut. I wilt now give you
A full liistoty of my ense, lo be used nt your discretion.,
About fiv vears ago niy right car began lo slug, .uid this kept on getting worse, until I tost
my hearing in ds ear entirely.
I underwei. 11 tieatmcnl for catarrh, for three month*, without nnv success, consulted a num
ber pf physicians, uiuong other*, the most eminent ear specialist of ihls city, who told me that
only an operation could help me, und even that only temporarily, that the head noise* would
then cease, but the hearing in the affected car would he lost forever.
I then saw your advertisement accidentally in a New York paper, and ordered your treat
ment. After I bad used it only a few days according to your directions, the noises ceased, and
to-day. after five weeks, my hearing in the diseased cur has been entirely restored. I thank you
heartily and beg to remain Very truly yours,
?, . *?? V. A. WERMAN, 730S. Broadway, Salt I more, Md.
Our treatment does not interfere with yonv u$nai occupation,
toSSrd YOU CAN CUKE YOURSELF AT HOME "?fOP*
INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC, m LA SALLE AVK., CHICAGO, ILL.
IRM KENNEDY BROS.
the Undortakiug businoBB at tho old ata^d. COFFINS, CASKETS
and ROBES, and HEARSE, at tl
A continuance of the gonerou
olioitod. Reoifully .
herto eztended us
S., Laurena, S. C
II. K. GRAY.
J. C. S11EALY.
Gray & Shealy.
ought to interest the man
whosa roof has a holo in it.
Also the man who has no roof,
but intends to build one. Our
Long Leaf unbled Pine Shin
gles are the best offered in
this city. Made from a fine
graclo wood and right in every
And those figures ought to prove
that pricos are right, too.
GTay Sc SJ?ealy.
Laurens, S. C.
A NEW LAW FIRM?
The undorsigned have this day en
tered into a partnership for the practice
of law in the Courts of thlsStato, under
the name of Simpson & Cooper and will
promptly attend to all business en
trusted to them.
R. A. Cooper.
Too much housework wreoks wo
men's nerves. And ths oonstant
care of children, day and night, is
often too trying for oven a strong
woman. A haggard faco tolls the
story of the overworked housowlfo
and mother. Dorangod menses,
leucorrheca and falling of the
womb result from overwork.
Evory housewife ncods a remedy
to regulato hor tuonscs and to
I keep her sensitive female organs
in perfect condition.
is doing this for thousands (.'}'
American women ta^doyHft cured
Mrs, Jone^wKptfmt |9 why she
Olendeane, Ky., Fob. 10,1001.
X am bo glad that your Wine of Cardul
I? helping ino. I um feollag *< " than
I have fAlt for year*. I am doing ray
owu work without any help, and I
washed last weok and wan not ono bit
tired. That shows that the Wino is
doing mo good. I am getting fleshier
than 1 ever wan boforo, and sleep g
and eat hearty. Before I began tal__.
Wino of Cardul, I used to have to lay
down five or six times eviry day, but
now I do not think of lying down through
the day. Mas. Richard Jonbs.
SI.oo AT DROCWISVrft.
For adrlc? und lltcratort, m!J...?, Kiviai ?rrop
tenn, "Th? l.?<lle,' Advlicir l)?p*iTmenI", Tie
Chttttn??!? M*4(oln? Co., Chattanooga, Ttno.
Albert C. Todd,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Kvery ease a Specialty. Olllcu
in Law Range, South Harper Streot.
W. II. DIAL, ML. D.,
No. 110 YV. Main St.
Special Attention Given Women
Ofllco hours In the olty from 10 a. m.
to 4 p. m. 'Phone?Residence No. 44;
Olllco No. 81?.
Dr. Kolfe E. Hughes,
Oflice In Dial Block?over Pal
motto Drug Store.
Specially prepared for Examin
ing and Treating diseases of Eye,
Ear, Throat and Noso.
ThiH slRnature Ju on every box of the ueutifno
Laxative BronioQtiinine Tablets
tho remedy that ciin>a a cold lu one day
I-ilvE, ACCIDENT, STEAM. 119ff3atf~
Whw? "wishing any of those call
W. H. DIAL, AGENT,
Lauren*, S. C.
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