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Thoy Will Name tho Managers for the
The following commissioners of eloc
tion tor Liaurcns County have beon ap
pointed for Laurons County, who will
In turn appoint tho managers of the
Stale, and County -J. C. MoDaniel,
Mad ? lees; T. lt. L. Gray, Lau fords; A.
C. ?wiiigt?, Gray Court.
Federal?J. h. Traynham, Laurent;
J. E. Boyd, Mounlville, W. b. Fuller,
SCHOOL BUILDING FINISHED.
An Educational Itally at Opening or
Tho Mounlville School bullding 1?
now completed, having received tho
last coat of paint, and is ready for oc
cupancy. School will bogln Mondav,
The day will ho occupied in organi
zation, assignment of grados, lessons,
oto. In tho ovoning, boginning at 8
o'clock will bo an Educational Itally,
to which the public is cordially iuvit
Tho following is tho program for tho
Topics for discussion?
Isolation of Teachers, Trintoes and
Patrons- Supt. C. F. Brooks.
Kelatlon of Toacher and Pupils?-W.
W. Ball of Laurons.
Moral Training in tho School and
the Home?Hon. John M. Uudgons.
The Ideal School?Prof. B. Y. Cul
Theso exercises will bo interrainglod
With music, vocal and instrumental.
The Advance In raper Malcliifr.
When Uliuan Stromer long ago estab
lished paper making In Germany, ho
Lad no foresight of the important posi
tion paper was destined to assume In
the civilization of man. In Stromcr's
time paper was a rare material, littlo
used and only to bo found in the offices
pf the learned, of scribes and of oflicers.
fTho supply of Germany and of all
northern Europe was brought from
Italy and Spain?most of it from tho
factories of Fabrlnno, In Italy, where
paper mills existed In tho twelfth cen
tury, while a lively paper industry
HourlBhed in Spain, with its priuclplo
Beat nt Son Felipe, In Valencia, ns eurly
Tho paper making art was introduced
Into both of theso lands by the Arabs,
IWho learned It In Sainarcand and
Bprcad It through Europe. It was Intro
duced Into Sainarcand in T?l by Chi
nese prisoners from their country,
avhere it had beon carried on from ex
tremely ancient times.
A Snako Story From India.
A queer story of tho euro of a snake
l)lto comes from India. A young man
l>lttcn by a venomous snake was ovl
?ently dying. Tho mob called in re
Bolved to try tho most powerful rem
iedy ho know, lie tied u cowrio shell
on to a pleeo of string and muttered
Incantations till it began to whirl
tound and round and finally disap
peared. In a few minutes the snake
that had dono tho damage appeared
twlth. tho string and shell round its
?ieck and was commanded by the mob
to put its mouth to tho wound for
ttbout ten minutes, after which It went
hway. The dying man speedily re
\t The iii-itl.-.h Scnu.
' Tho seas around tho coast of the Brlt
Bsh Isles are mostly narrow. The great
est width of tho English channel Is be
tween Portland Dill and St. Malo, 1-10
miles. It narrows to 20'/A miles at one
(point In tho strait of Dover. Tho dis
tance between Great Britain and Ire
land is oven less. Tor Head Is only
twelve miles from tho nearest point of
tho Mull of Cantiro. Detwceu Cam
rsoro Tolnt and St. David's Head, In
tWalcs, forty-seven miles is tho least
breadth of .water.
ST Well Guarded.
^"That's n handsomo olllco clock of
3rours. Aren't you afraid it'll bo
"Never. Why, every clerk In my em
?ploy has one eyo on it all day."?New
I Tho *Wldow?I suppose you aro fa
Shlilur with warfaro in all Its various
Hue Major?Not all, nmdnm; not all.
I nra still in tho bachelor rajJis.?Ex
The Voice of Experience.
1 Singleton?The woman I marry must
(be an Ideal housekeeper.
iWoderly (with a sigh)?Take my Up,
pld man, and freeze on to a practical
Worldly ' WlMdom.
I Father?In choosing n wife one
phould never judge by appearances.
Son?That's right. Often the pretti
est girls have the least mouoy.?Puck.
For Infants and Children,
The Kind You Have Always Bought
?Jgaatur* of ^^/^f^^^^U
Notice to Magistrates.
Each and ovcry Magistrates in Lau
rens county is hereby notified to have
his books before tho grand jury at tho
oponing of court on tho 3rd Monday In
J. V. T?LB?RT,
Foreman Grand Jury.
Sept. 8th, 1!K)2.?fit.
TEACHERS who expect to toacli In
thla County will ploaso havo thoir cer
tificates roglstorod or ronewod (re
newals aro given on Summor school
attondanco) before entering upon thoir
r . t hak. v. brooks.
STATE or SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Laurena.
In Court of Probate.
Whereas, l'arkoy N. O. Onlbertaon has
Inado unit to 1110 to ?ranl her Loiters of Ad
mlniatrHtioii, do bonjfl non and with will
annexed, on tho Estate and otfoots of Jo
soph Hipp, dee'd
These are thoreforo to elto and admon
ish, all and singular, tho klndrod and
of Bfti<l JoH?>Ph Hipp, decoasod,
inut they bo and appear before mc in tho
Court of Probate, to |*i hold at Lauren*
H., d. C, on the !Hh day of October,
i&*J?r Plll,l<eatloi, 1 be roof, at 11 o'clock
in tho forenoon, to ahow otmso, if any they
have, why tho s?i.| a?lni,;,i,(ration should
not be granted.
&*?p\V.,eW2,lt>T my ,Una U,i8 22n<1 <Uyof
o- tL TUOMfraoii.j.r. u o.
TO It I* MAKHIKD.
Coming Wedding of Miss Mathen* and
Invitations have been received horo
to tho wedding in the Mothodist
( lun ch of Wllllamstou on tho evening
of Octobor 8th, of Miss Mary Eliza
Mathews and Dr. Frank M. Lander.
Miss Muthows Is the daughter of Mrs.
Benjamin H. Mathews, her father Cajpt.
Mathews, of Island Ford, having dlod
somo years ago. Her mother Is a sis
tor of Mrs. G. W. Sholl and tho young
lady has visited Mrs. Shell's family and
also tho family of tho lato Col. 13. W.
Bull who was hor cousin. Dr. Lander
is a woll kuown and successful young
Atlantic Coast Line,
Wilmington, N. C , July 21, 1902.
Through Train from Charleston to
No. 52. No. 53.
' 00 a m I -v Charleston Ar 0 20 y in
135 a m " Lanes " ?20 pin
J50 am " Sumter ?* 4 65pm
1100 am Ar Columbia Lv 3 45pm
12 29 pm ?? Prosperity " 2 24 pm
12 12 p m Newberry " 210pm
1 25 p m " Clinton " 125 p m
1 47 p in " Laurens " 2 10 p m
3 05pm ?' Greenville " 1222 pm
3 30 pm ?' Spartanburg " 12 15 p ni
FROM COLUMBIA, 8. 0.
No. 63 Daily, 4:55 p. m.
Arrive Sumter 0:15 p. m.; George
town 9:15 p m, Florence 7:50 p in, Dar
lington 8:15 p m, Hartsvllle 9:30 p m,
Hcnnettsville 9:37 p in, Gibson 10:30 p
m, Fayettevllle 10:25 p m, Wilmington
11:26 p m, Rocky Mount 12:45 a m, Wol
don 1:50 a m, Petersburg 3:20 a m,
Richmond 4:12 a m, Washington 7:51 a
m, Now York 1:53 p m,
No. 54 Daily, 0:55 p m.
Arrive Sumter 8:20 a m, Florence
9:35 a m, Darlington 10:30 a in, Cheraw
11:15, a m, Wadesboro 2:50 p m, Harts
vllle 11:20 a m, Marlon 10:53 a m: Wil
mington 1:40 p m, Fayettevllle 12:35 p
m, Kooky Mount 3:50 p m, Woldon 4:53
p m, Petersburg 0:44 p m, Richmond
7:45 p m, Washington 11:40 p m, New
York 7:13 a m.
Pullman sleeping cars New York to
Tampa. Pullman dining cars New
York to Savannah.
For rates, schedules, etc., write.
W. J. Cralg, Gen. Pass. Agt., Wil
mington, N. C.
H. M. Emerson, Asst. Tralllc Mgr.,
Wilmington, N. C.
Charleston and Western Carolina O.
AUGUSTA and ASHEVILLE SHORT
Schedule in Effect Doc. 29,1901.
Lv Augusta. 10 05 am 2 55 pm
Ar Greenwood.12 39 pm .
Ac Anderson. 7 15 pm
Ar Laurens.1 40 pm 5 35 am
Greonvillo. 3 25 pm 10 30 am
Ulenn Springs. .
Spartanburg. 3 30 pm 0 00 am
Saluda. 8 33 pm
Hender8onville.... 6 11 pm
Asheville.7 15 pm
Lv Asheville. 7 05 am
Lv Ilendersonville. 8 05 am
Lv Flat Rock. 8 15 am
Lv Saluda. 8 39 am
LvTryon. 913 am
Spartanburg.12 15 am 4 00 pm
Greenville.12 22 am 145 pm
Laurens. 2 07 pm 0 3o pm
Anderson. 7 25 am
Greenwood. 3 07 pm 8 35 pm
Ar AuRuata. 5 40 pm 11 35 am
Lv Augusta . 4 16 pm
Ar Allendale . 6 20 pm
Ar Fairfax .g t> m ?
Ar Yemasee.10 25 am 7 >J5 pm
Ar Beaufort.11 40 am 8 35 pm
Ar Port Royal.11 65 am 8 45 pm
Lv Port Royal. 1 00 pm 6 40 am
Lv Beaufort. 115 pm 0 60 am
Lv Yemasee. 2 30 pm 7 40 am
Lv Fairfax. 8 48 am
Lv Allendale. 8 68 am
Ar Augusta. 11 00 am
Close connections at Greenwood for
all points on S. A. L. and C. <& G. Rail
way, and at Spartanburg with South
For information relative to tickets
rates, schedules, etc, address
W. J. CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agent,
C, N. & L. R. R.
Charleston, Grcenvillo, Columbia, At
lanta Short Line. .
Puesengor Schedule in effeot April
13, 1902. Subject to change,
without notice. East
rkad down, rkad up.
* Daily Freicht except Sunday.
?No. 85. No. 62.
Columbia, 12 30 11 10
Loaphart, 12 48 11 30
Irrao, 1 00 11 37
Balentiue, 1 15 11 46
White Rock, 124 1151
Hilton, 129 1164
Cbapin, 1 39 12 02
Little Mountain, 1 60 12 12 p m
Slighs 202 12 16
Prosperity, 2 22 12 25
Nowberry ,* 3 00 12 89
Jalapa, 3 22 12 64
I Gary, 3 31 12 59
Kinards, 3 40 106
Goldvillo, 3 51 1 15|
Clinton, 4.80 1 27
Parka, 4 60 1 39
Ar Laurens,' 5 00 1 47
A. 0. L.
Columbia, 4 55 10 60
Sumter, 6 20 9 26
Ar Charleston, 9 20 Lv 6 00
Atlanta, (S.A.L.) 8 40 am. 8 50 pm
Athens, 10 60 6 19
Elberton, 11 55 6 17
Abbeville, 12 57 p m 4 05
I Greenwood, 1 22 p m 3 35
Ar Clinton, din'r, 2 15 p m 2 45
0. & W. O.
Glenn Springs, 10 00 a m 4 00 pm,
Spartanburg, 1215 3 30
Greenville, 12 22 3 25
Ar Laurens dinner 1 42 p. Lv 2 05
No. 22. No. 63
Laurens, 6 00am 200pm
l'arks, 0 1Q. 2 08
Clinton, 6 40 2 22
Goldvillo, 6 58 2 84
Kinards, 7 08 2 43
Gary, 717 2 49
Jalapa, 7 26 2 64
Nowberry, 8 00 310
Prosperity, 8 25 3 24
Slighs, 8 42 3 34
Little Mountain, 8 65 8 30
I Chapin, 916 3 51
Hilton, 0 24 8 57
White Rook, 9 29 4 01
Balentine,3 9 37 4 07
Irmo, 9 52 4 17
Leaphart, - 10 02 4 23
Ar. Columbia, 10 80 Lv 4 45
For rates, time tables, or farther in
formation call on any Agent, or write
W. G. Childs, President.
T. M. Emerson,Traffic Mgr.
J F. Livingston, Sol. Ag't, Columbia,
tl.? M. Kmorson, Gen. Freight and
Passenger Agt., Wilmington* N. C.
AVegetable Preparationfor As -
siu?lafmg the Food anduegula
ting tl\c Stomachs aodJBowels of
N fa N i S / ( HIl1) K E N
ness andRest.Contains neither
Upium.Morpliiiie nor Mineral.
Not Naiic otic .
Apetfect Remedy forConslipa
Tion. Sour Storaach, Diarrhoea
ness and Loss OF SLEEl*.
FacSimito SigniUurc oP
NEW YORK. _
Alb uioullv? old
j j 1> o s) s - I j C i i\ i s.
PACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
THC CTNTAun COMPANY. H1W VOR? CITY.
The flarch of Progress
Find us keeping step and we swing into line with
s the largest and handsomest stock wo have ever
shown, livery item has been selected with the
greatest care and with a view to giving the very
best values possible. An inspection of our
Dress Goods Stock
will convince any lady of the merits of the De
Fifty-two inch Alpine Flannels, 55 cts per yard.
Thirty-eight inch Black and colored Zibclines, 50c per yd
Forty-two inch striped Flannel, special, 50 cents per yard
Fifty-two inch Ladies Cloth, So cents per yard.
Our line of Black Dress Goods is particularly strong. In
our Millinery Department you will lind all the Season's Favorites ,
delightful models, at astonishingly LOW Prices. The one to suit
you is here and we would be pleased to have you come and select
$0F~ Dial's Coiner.
T1IE County Treasurer's Books will
be open for oollcolion of Stato, County
and Commutation Road Taxes for fiscal
year 1901 at tho Treasurer's Office, from
October 15th to December 81, 1D02.
AH persons owuing property or paying
taxes for others in moro than one Town
shin aro rcoucstcd to call for receipts in
each township in which they live. This
is important, as additional cost and pen
alty may not bo attached. Prompt at
tention will bo given tho so who wi-h to
pay their taxes through the mail by
chcoks, money orders, etc. Persons
sending in lists of names to bo taken off,
are urgod to send in early as tho Treas
urer is very busy during tho month of
Tne Tax Levy is as follow*:
Laurons Special School.3J mills
Fountain Inn Spcoial Sohool.. 1 "
Or ay court ?Special School.... 2 "
Waterloo Special Sohool.2 "
Cross Hill Spcoial Sohool_ 3 "
Mountvillo Special Bohool.... 2} "
Clinton Speoial Sohool1 "
Ordinary Tax.14 ?
AH able-bodied male citizens bctwoen
tho ages of 21 and CO years aro lublo to
Say a poll tax of $1.00, except old sel
lers, who aro exempt at 50 years of
ago. Commutation Road Tax C1.00, in
lieu of working the public road.., to bo
paid at the time, as statod above.
Come early and avoid the rush It is
said thcro will be no extension this time.
J. H. COPELAND,
Lwirons, 8. C., Oct. 3, 11)02%-td.
1 i 1
I THE GREAT 1
Thedford's lllack-Draught haa H
I saved doctors' bills fur more* than I
? sixty years. For Hit! common fain- I
I ity ailments, such as constipation, H
B indigestion, liard colds, bowel com- I
I plaints, chills and fevor, bilious- I
I noss, headaches and other liko H
I complaints no other medicine Is 1
B| necessary. It invigorates and reg- I
H ulfttos the liver, assists digestion, I
I stimulates action of tho kidneys, N
I purifies tho hloo<l, ana purges lh? H
? nowels of fold accumulations. It H
cures liver complaint, indigestion, J|
?f sour stomach, dizziness, cbills, ?V
g rheumatic pains, sideaoho, back- 1
ache, kidney troubles, constipation, 1
diarrhea, biliousness, piles, hard 1
colds and headacho. hvcry drug- I
gist has Tliodford's lilack-praugnt I
in 25 cent packages and in mam- I
motli size for $1.00. Nover accept I
a substitute. Inaist on having tho I
original made by the Chattanooga I
I believe Thedford's Black-Draught I
Is the best medlclae on earth. It la I
good for any aad everything. I have ?
I a family of twelve children, and for ?
I four years I have kept them on foot ?
I and healthy with no doctor but Black, m
? Draught. A. J. GREEN, lllewara, La, M
Davis, Roper <?r Co.'s
of Seasonable Novelties in
Gent's Clothing, Shoes, Hats,
Furnishings and Ladies Tai
lor-made Suits, Skirts, Jack
ets, Furs, Dress Goods, etc., is now open for inspection of everybody, espe
cially those that want reliable Goods at Lowest possible price.
We will not, have any Special Fall Opening this season, our store is so crowed with Goods
in all lines and trade continues to pour in in all departments that we will not have time to give
our usual Displas. But rest assured that the stock is here in Greater Variety than ever be
fore and we know if you will inspect you will give us your trade.
DAVIS. ROPER St OO.
Who has visited our store this Fall has been loud in his
praise of our selections of Suits and Overcoats and
We spent more lime than ever in comparing the values of dif
ferent makes and we believe that no other collection can show the
many points that ours can.
WE are showing the greatest
line of #5.00, $7.50 and $10.00
Suits ever offered on this market.
Every suit is a bargain at the
In-out Hoys Department for
the little fellows from 4 to 8 years
of age we have the daintiest and
handsomest suits that you can
imagine, and our prices mean a
saving of money to you in every
case. For the older boys 7 to 16
years we have made a special
point of durability as well as
style and good lining qualities.
We want you to see the very
large collections which we have
,.?p,c,.T marked at $3.00, Jt3-50 and "?Z^Z&
Our Shoe Department is complete with the best line of all
leather Shoes for Men, Women and Children, that any store here
We cordially invite all to call and see our immense slock
of Boys' and Men's Clothing, Shoes, Hats,-Furnishing Goods and
I a full line of Staple Dry Goods. ?
J. E. MINTER & BRO.,
Leaders of Low Prices.
7WS /IS 7W\ /W\ 7W\ /T\ ^Ts ?
your FALL SOWING?
We Have Full Stock oi'
Wheat, Barley, Rye, Vetch,
Rape, Red, Crimson
and Burr Clover.
Hurr Clovor Is the unsurpassed
Winter pasturage. Try It.
j|j Complete Line of Undertaker's Supplies *
tfrkW Wo soli Mason's, half Gallons, Fruit Jars at 75 cents per
ill Vii ?iivlYvI/vI/vI^v>yvI/Niyv^vl/vl/vt/vlyMyvlyMyvlrviyvl^vly;
.7T\7T\,u\,w\ ?s.Tis?T\?Ts7ws7T.nr\Tf\.1',XHF.~.HTHP" TT. nr.nT.
R. P. Milam & Co.
How to Tide Over a Long Hull Summer!
Hoes That Question Hother You?
inspect our Stock of
*y Get OUll Trices on
Flour, Corn, MEAT and Supplies.
When You do, things will not look so blue. The situation will
clear up. We are selling goods to meet it.
Our Undertaker's Stock is Complete. We cany a well
selected sttfck of everything from
the cheapest Coffin to the best Mc
talic Cases ; in cloth goods we cany
the best?among them embossed
white plush goods ; also black, full
draped in cloth. A First-class Hearse
when wanted. We can furnish white
or black horses when desired. At
night or Sunday 'Phone R. P. Miiam's residence or call on J. Mills
I hinter or R. R. Jones at the Switzer House.
It. P. .Ml LAM & CO.
On Job WORK
The Advertiser's Prices are
0 as LOW as the LOWEST.
*/ Meanwhile, The Advertiser's .!<>i> Office Sj#
4t\-- claims to do a Higher Class of work than IW
<l\ any office in Laurons County._/*
The Best Stock in the City
* is carried in this Office. Comparison
with the work of othor olliccs is desired
and invited. And our PRICES arc
Always Satisfactory, jjgflfc
i - J. T. and E. H. Crows in charge
SPECIAL INVITATION, t
?-m im? m
Be sure and visit the Millinery Opening ?
McCord Merchandise Co, Jk
WedwcS?OCTOBER ?st and 2nd, h
Mrs. Nichols, their accomplished and
artistic Milliner, will have an ig^
attractive display for all
admirers of beauty.
CONVERSE COMMERCIAL SCHOOL
Spartanburg, S. C.
An Honest School doing an Honest
Business at Honest Prices,
IF YOU THINK OF ATTENDING A
Write for our-haiidsome new d?taloguc *
just out. It gives much valuable infor
Box 105. B. W. GETSINGEK,
Spartanburg, S. C. Manager. *?;
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II. E. GRAY.
J. C. SHE?LY
Gray & Shealy.
ought to in tor est the man
whosa roof has a hole in it.
Also the man vvho hns no voof,
but intends to build one. Our.
Long Loaf uubled Pine Shin
gles are tho best offered in
this city. Made from a fine
grado wood and right in every
And those figures ought to prove
that pricos aro right, too.
Gfay & Sl?ealy.
IDo Yo?. Wallt to
?tiy a lyloijtiirjetjt?
If you do wo have what you want 111 cither Marble or
Granite. We soil all kinds of Marble and Granitp^
known to tho trado. Best Material, First-class work at
?> Lowost Prices. Write us and we will aond a man to seo
WHITE & CO., Anderson, S.(\
b Qlenn Springs b
? Gioger file.?
X The best on the market! X
8For sale at Q
Q KENNEDY BROS, g
Q Laurens S. C. ?