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arnold is here.
Looking into Proposed
New R. F. D. Routes.
FOUR ARE DESIRED.
Urgent Necessity For Bet
Absence ol Bridges Often in the Way
of Establishing Routes?The New
Hunter Arnold, noting special agent
Of the Unitod States Post Office De
partment, is in the olty, conferring
with Post Master MoCravy about the
establishment of new free rural deliv
ery routes. He will be here several
Four new routes are uuder discus
sion. One of those is proposed for tho
country westxjl Vhe olty, going by Dr.
A^J^yuTler's home and another by
-'--^r?addons into the Ekoin neighborhood.
Two others aro to be east of the city.
One is to go by tho Irby plantation,
by what was Milam's post office, by
John Wham's and the Ferguson plaoo
and then through the Pea Ridge coun
try into town by the site of Watts
Mills. The other will go to 7,vlers
ville, Huntington, Beard's ForV ?-oss
the former route at Wham's and back
to town by Clinton road.
Of oourso it in by no means sure that j
all these will be established. Mr. Ar
nold is looking over the ground. He
will doubtless do all in his power to
have them established. Ho has just
succeeded in getting two new routes
from Prlnoeton and he is greatly inter
ested f n plaolng the routes wherever j
the conditions will at all justify.
The great obstacle in the way of new
routes is bad roads and absence of
bridges. Several times petitions for
routes have been "turned down" by
the department on account of un
Free rural delivery has done more
for the farmers than any improvement
in recent years. It is increasing the
value of farm lands and making farm
? life more attractive. It is saving thou
sands to farmers. A farmer who has
business in town nocd not come?he
can write and get a prompt answer.
Free rural delivery and good roads
go hand in hand. Good roads is the
overshadowing question for tho farm
ers and all people of this country to
grapple with and solve. Roads should
be built. People should not hesitate
on acoount of taxes. Permanent roads
cannot be built out of wind, printers'
ink and oratory. It will take money.
A farm lying on a first-class macada
mized road is worth one third more
than another lying along a poor road.
When the roads and bridges are better
all the farmers will havo free rural
mail delivery. What is more the tax
formers pay for broken down wagons
and stock will cease.
IN THE CHURCHES. %
First Methodist Episcopal Church,
South, Rev. Watson B. Duncan, A. M.,
pastor. Proachlng at 11 o'oclck a. m.,
and at 7.30 p. m. Prayer meeting on
Thursday at 7.30 p. m.
Sunday School, Hon. C. C. Feather
atone, Superintendent, at 10 o'clock a.
Woman's Missionary Society, Mrs. S.
D. Carlington, President, meets on
Tuesday after First Sunday, at 4.80
o'clock p. m.
Ladies' Aid Society, Mrs. J. F. Bolt,
President, meets on Tuesday, after
Third Sunday at 4.80 o'clock p. m.
Church Conference every Third Sun
day after the morning service.
Mt. Bethel, Second Sunday at 11
o'clock, a. m.
Mt. Bethel, Fourth Sunday at 3:30
o'clock, p. m.
S. W. Henry, Pastor.
one cent a word.
For Rent?Two of best office rooms
in Laurens in Advertisrr Building,
South side, public square. These rooms
easily heated in winter and are best
summer rooms in town.
For Rent, cheap.?Two good rooms
, opening into each other, second lloor
Advertiser building. Those offices aro
believed to bo tho most comfortable,
warm in wintor and cool In summer, In
the olty. Possession given at once ?
rental cheap. See W. W. Ball.
GLENN SPRINGS WATER
Best Remedy for Stomach Troubles.
For sale by Laurons Drug Co., Pal
metto Drug Co., Dr. B. F, Posey, W.
W. Dodson and J. S. Bonnett.
KYLE hay PRESS
Farmers take care of what you make.
There is as much in saving as there is
in making, and if you bale your hay,
fodder, oats, shuoks etc, at the proper
time you not only save room ana time,
but you save 33 per oent of the nutrl
olous matter that evaporates when it is
not baled. The
Kyle Hay Press
fills a long felt want with farmers. It
is the best yet made. The opinion
seems to be unanimous th at the KYLE
HAY PRESS is unexcelled by any
press on the market. It is going to
the front, already a great number of
them have been Bold, you only need to
try it to be pleased. It is easy oper
ated by 2 mdn and 1 horse, It is cheap,
durable, simple in construction ana
easily mounted. It is the only press
that can be made or repaired on the
farm, it has no casting to break and
cause long delay. No other press has
this advantage. It is the only press
that the farmer can afford to n?y, It
Siys for itself out of the first orop.
very farmer can own hit own pfess,
and bale his hay at tho proper time.
Vi A. L. HUDOKNB,
NEWS OF THE WORLD.
Prof. Woodrow Wilson, a nephew of
I Rev. Dr. James Woodrow, of Columbia,
has been inaugurated president of j
Princeton University, N. J. As a child
he lived in South Carolina:
At Cold Springs Harbor, N. Y.,
Charles Meinel, a professional rifle
shot, tried to shoot, an apple from the
head of John Volkman, a barber. The
ball struck the barber in the forehead
aad killed blm. Volkman was in tho
audience and volunteered for the test.
If tho ball bad struck the applo, more
I brains would have been scattered.
The Boer generals have abandoned
I their proposed tour of the Unltod
The auotion sale of tborough-brod
horso9 at Belle Meade Farm near)
Nashville is on. This mdst celebrated
horse farm in America is to be closed.
Crops are reported as a failure in the
Philippine Islands. The locusts have
got them. The locusts a*e enjoying the
only prosperity that has ever been re
ported from these islands.
The miners of coal in Pennsylvania
are mining coal again and the strike
arbitrators aro arbitrating in Wash
Elizabeth Cady Stanton is doad in
New York at the age of 87. Sho was a 1
leader of the Woman's Rights crowd
and did not boliove in a future life.
In Chattanooga a railroad train ran
over a trolley car and killed two per
sons and Injured seven.1
OUT OF DEATH'S JAWS.
"Whon death seemed very near from
a severe stomaohand liver trouble,that
I had suffered with for years," writes
P. Muse, Durham, N. C, "Dr. King's
New Life Pills saved my life and gave
perfect heath." Best on earth and
only 25 cents at Laurens Drug Co. and
Palmetto Drug Co.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Loans on Real Estate
For a series of years at 8 por cent;
straight Interest; negotiated. Basis,
what land is assessed for taxation.
Ferguson & Featherstone.
1 have had occasion to use your
BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medi
cine and am pleated to nay that I never
uied anything foratock that gave half as
good satisfaction. I heartily recom
mend It to all owners of stock.
J. B. BELSHER, St. Louis, Ma
Sick stock or poultry should not
ent cheap stock food any more than
sick persons should expect to be
cared bt food. When your stock
and poultry ore sick give them med
icine. Don't stuff them with worth
less stock foods. Unload the bowels
and stir up the torpid liver and the
animal will be cured, i? it bo possi
ble to cure it. Black-Draught Btock
and Poultry Medicine unloads tho
bowels and stirs up the torpid liver.
It cures every malady of stock if
taken in time. Secure a 25-cent can
of Black-Draught ?took and Poultry
Medicine and ft will par for itsolf ten
times over. Horses work better. Cows
Sivo more milk. Hogs gain flish.
nd hens lay more eggs, it solves the
Sroblem of making as much blood,
esh and energy as possible out of
the smallest amount of rood con
sumed. Buy a con from your dealer.
THE County Treasurer's Books will
bo open for collection of State, County
and Commutation Road Taxes for fiscal
year 1901 at the Treasurer's Office, from
Ootober 15th to December 31, 1902.
AH persons owning property or paying
taxes for others in more than one Town
ship are requested to call for receipts in
each township in whioh thoy live. This
is important, as rational cost and pen
alty may not be attached. Prompt at
tention will be given those who wish to
pay their taxes through the mail by
cheoks, money orders, oto. Persons
sending in lists of names to bo taken off,
are urged to send in early as the Treas
urer is very busy during the month of
Tne Tai Levy is as follows:
Laarens Special Sobool. 3} mills
Fountain Inn Special School., 4 "
Graycourt Special Sobool.... 2 "
Waterloo Special School.2 "
Gross Hill Special School. ... 3 ?
MouotvHIe Special Sohool_ 2 4 "
Clinton Special Sohool1 "
Ordinary Tax.14 "
AH able-bodied rnalo oitizons between
the ages of 21 and 60 years aro liablo to
pay a poll tax of $1.00, except old* sol
diers, who aro exempt at 50 years oi
ago. Commutation Road Tax $1.00, in
lieu of working the public roads, to be
paid at the time, as stated above)
Come early ?nd **uiu the rush. It is
said there will bo no extension this time.
J. n. COP?LAND,
Liurens, 8. C, Oct. 3, 1902?td.
Bsart Um j9 Kind VMjUaffl Minn BocjM
Notice of Election,
For Representative in Congress, Fourth
State ok South Carolina," )
County of Laurens. )
NOTICE is hereby given that tho
General Election for Representative in
Congrees will be hold at the voting pre
cincts fixed by law in the county oi Lau
rens On Tuesday, November 4,1902, said
day being Tuesday following tho first
Monday, as prescribed by law.
The qualifications for suffrngo are as
Residenco in the State for two years,
in the County one voar, in the polling
precinct in which tho elector offors to
vote four months, and tho paymont six
months before any election of any noli
tax then duo and payable: Provided,
That ministers in charge of an organ
ized church, teachers of public scheo's,
Bhall be entitlod to vote after eix months'
residenco in tho State, otherwise quali
Payment of all taxeB, including- poll
tax, assessed and collectable during tho
provious year. Tho production of a cer
tificate or' of tho receipt of tho officer
authorized to collect such taxes shall ho
conclusive proof of tho payment thereof.
Before tho hour fixed for opening tho
polls Managers and Clerks must take
and subscribe tho Constitutional oath.
The Chairman of the Board of Mana
gers Can administer the oath to tho oth
er Managers and to the Clork; a Notary
Public must administer the oath to the
Chairman. Tho Managers elect their
Chairman and Clerk.
Polls at oach voting place must be
opened at seven o'clock a. m. and close
at four o'clock p. m., except in the
city of Charleston, whoie they shall be
opened at 7 a. m. and closed at 6 p. m.
The Managers have the power to fill a
vacancy, and if none of tho Managors
attend the oidzens can appoint from
among tho qualified voters the Mana
gers who after being sworn, can conduct
At the closo of the election, the Mana
gers and Clerk must proceed publicly to
open the ballot boxes and count the bal
lots thofoin, and continue without ad
journment until the same Is completed,
and mako a statoment of tho reault for
each office and sign tho same.
Within throe days thoreafter, the
Chairman of the Board, or some one
designated by tho Board, must deliver
to the Commissioners of Election tho
f>oll list, tho boxes containing the bal
ots and wiitton statements of the result
of the election.
managers OF ELECTION
have been appointed to hold tho elec
tion at the various precincts in the said
Laurens?Sainl R Todd, A Huff, Jud
Laurens Cotton Mills?0 P Martin,
Reed Blakely, J N Culbertson.
?Clinton?Harrison Copeland, George
D Smith, M W Milara.
Clinton Factory?S B Switzer, G M
W Tucker, 8 Bodgers.
Mountville?I)r Alsoy Fuller, W B
Boyd, James Miller.
Hopewell?J J Young, Jim Miller, .1
Sardis?J J Ray, Joe Payne, Toinmio
Langston's Church?J P Dillard, J P
Saxon, LewiB McCrale.
Ora?R H Fleming, Park Blakely, W
Pleasant Mound?J A Fowler, O F
Cox, J R Martin.
Yonngs?William Bobo, Sam Riddle,
W T Dorroh.
Parson's Store?Jas. D Stewart, Geo.
Cook, Cook Henderson.
Power?W S Power, James Long, R
Graycourt?0 L Owens, J II Garrison,
E T Shell.
Dial Church?J II Curry, b B Godfrey,
D D Harris.
Shiloh?H S Wallace, Marvin Wolff,
Woodville?Harvey Woods, W F Med
lock, Willis Futman.
Brewerton?Milton Murff, J II Bal
lentiue, W S Knight.
Tumbling Shoals?R D Boyd, Clar
ence Nichols, Jol n M Woods.
Waterloo?J09I A Smith, B A Ander
son, V B Robertson.
i4ount Pleasant?J D Hunter, Mose
Madden, J It McDaniol.
Ekom?C P McDaniel, Hiram Cul
bertson. Thomas Berts.
Daniel Store?J C Martin, Dr. John It
Smith, Pink Jones.
Tiptop?W J Anderson, A W Sims,
Cross Hill?Wm Miller, Mack Simp
son, Marshall Leaman.
The managers at each precinct named
above aro requested to delegate me of
tfrbir number to secure boxes and blanks
for tho election, They can be secured
on Saturday, the first day of November,
1902 at Laurens C. IL
The Managers aio requested to call for
the boxos on Saturday the 1st day of
November, 1902. It is also requestod
that one of the Managers who served in
the Primary Election be designated to
call for tho boxon.
J. H. TRAYNIIAM,
J. E. BOYD,
Commissioners of Federal Election
for Laurens County.
INK and PENCILS.
Our Stock larger
this year and more
Palmetto Drug Co.
Look for sign with the Tree.
A NEW LAW FIRM.
The undersigned have ihls day en
tered into a partnership for the practice
of law in the Courts of this State, undor
the name of Simpson & Cooper and will
prompter attend to all buslnoss en
trusted to them.
im, the _ KintfYon Hate Alwsjg Bwflt
Notice of Election.
For State and County Officers, and upon
Proposed Aniendinont to the
STATE OP SOUTH^CAROLINA, 1
COUNTY-OP LAUKENS J
Notice is hereby given that the gen
eral election for State and County offi
cers will be hold at the voting precincts
prescribed by law in saiu County, on
Tuesday, November 4. 11)02, said day
being Tuesday following the first Mon
day in November, as proscribed by
At the said election a separate box
will be provided, at which qualified
elootors will voto upon the adoption or
rejection of an amend mont to the Stato
Constitution us providod In the follow
ing Joint Resolution.
A Joint Resolution Proposing to
Amend Section II of Article VII. of
tho Constitution of 1895, Rotating to
Counties and County Covernmeut.
Section i. Bo It resolved by the
(ieneral Assembly of tho State of South
Caroliua: That tho following amend
ment to Section II, Article VII., of
tho Constitution, be agreed to : add to
the end thereof the following words:
that this section shall not apply to the
following townships In tho following
Counties: Dunklin and Oaklawn in
tho County of Greenville; tho town
ships of Cokosbury, Ninety-Six and
Cooper In Ibe County of Greenwood;
Sullivan Township in tho County of
Laurens; Iluiott and Pino Grove In
tho County of Saluda. That the cor
porate existence of said townships be,
and tho same is hereby, destroyed and
all officers under said townships are
abolished and all corporato agents
SEC. 2. But the question of adopting
this amendment shall bo submlttod at
the next general election to the elec
tors as follow?: Those In favor of the
amondmont ;-hall doposit a ballot with
tho following words plainly printod or
written thereon "Constitutional
amondment of Section Eleven of Arti
cle Seven of tho Constitution, relating
to Counties and County Government.
Yea."Thoseopposed to said amendment
shall cast a ballot with the following
words plainly printed or written there
on: "Constitutional amondment of Sec
tion Eleven of Article VII of tho Con
stitution, relating to Counties and
County Government, No."
Approved the 28th day of February,
Sec. 7. There shall bo soparate and
distinct ballots and boxes at this eloc
tion for tho following officers, to wit:
1. Governor and Lieutenant Governor
2. Other State officers. .'1. State Sena
tor. 4. Members of tho House of Re
presentatives, ?. County officers. On
which shall be tho namo or namos of
tho person or persons voted for as such
officers, respectively, and the office for
which they are voted.
Before tho hour fixed for opening
tho polls Managers and Clerks must
take and subscribe the Constitutional
oath. The Chairman of tho Board of
Managers can administer the oath to
tho other Managers and to tho Clerk;
a Notary Public must administer tho
oath to tho Chairman. The Managers
elect their Chairman and Clerk.
Polls at each voting place must be
opened at 7 o'clock a. m. and closed at
4 o'clock p. m., except In the city of
Charleston where they shall be opened
al 7 a. in. und closed at 0 p. in.
The Managers have the power to fill
a vacancy, and if nono of tho Mauapeis
attend tho citizens can appoint from
among tho qualified voters tho Mana
gers, who after being sworn, can con
duct tho election.
At tho close of the olect:on,the Man
agers and Clork must proceed publicly
to open the ballot boxes and count tho
ballots thoroln, and continue without
adjournment until the same is com
pleted, and mnke a statement of tho
results for each office and sign the
Within throe days thereafter, tho
Chairman of tho Hoard or eome one
designated by the Board, must deliver
to the Commissioners of Election the
noil list, tho boxes containing the bal
lots and written statoments of the re
sult of the olection. The following
MANAGERS of election
have been appointed to hold the elec
tion at tho various preclnts in the said
Laurens ? W II Franks, B Y Cul
bortson, II VV Anderson,
Laurons Cotton Mills?-W J Snoddy,
Dick Donnon, W W Blakely.
' Clinton?T R Owings, J D Davis, W
Clinton Factory? Dave Godfrey, John
Cunningham, walker Moore.
Mountvillo ? Waltor Pyles, M B
Crisp, Hogan Motes.
Hopowell?JL Crawford, G C Hop
kins, II B Workman.
Sardis?P M Pitts, T W Weir, jr.,
Langst on's Church ? W B Clark, J
W Donnon, W P Cooley.
Ora?A Y Thompson, II M Hunter,
W B Harmon.
Pleasant Mound?E II Mooro, W L
Burn8lde, W H Drummond.
Young's Store ? CR Wallace, W P
Harris, J E Patterson.
Parson's Store ? W P Cokor, John
Cook, Butler Cooper.
Power?H J G, Curry, V A White,
James L Power.
Gray Court?W II Barksdale, D L
Brooks, Willis Yeargln.
Dial Church ? RR Owings, L L
Curry, W O Abercrombie.
Shlloh -L S Bolt, A E Willis, G A
Woodvllle ? SO Babb, J E Wham,
S L Taylor.
Browerton ? WO Ballentlne, T J
Crawford, J P Simmons.
Tumbling Shoals?C F Choek, Pitts
Hellams, L R Ropor.
Waterloo?Joseph Pierce, J II Whar
ton, J E Henderson.
Mt. Pleasant ?G M Moore, W W
Fowler, J C Williams.
Ekom--J G Cooper, A B Culbertson,
W L Terry.
Daniel's Store?B L Henderson, La
fayotte Cooper, John Daniel.
Tip Top?S A Taylor, S A Puckott,
Cross Hill ? R D Nance, Bluford
Goodman, Jr., Sam Bryson.
Tho Managers at each precinct
nnmod above are requested to delegate
one of thoir number to eeenre boxes
and blanks for the election. Thoy can
bo scoured on Saturday, first day of
It Is also requested tbat one of the
Managers who servod in Primary elec
tion be designated to oall for boxes,
J. C. McDaniei,
T. R. L. Gray. *<
A. C. Owings.
Commissioners of State and County
Flection for Laurens County.
(Dated) Oot. 16, 1002.
GLENN SPRINGS WATER
The Kidney Cure.
For sale by Laurons Drug Co., Pal
metto Drug Co., Dr. B. F. Posoy, W.
W. Dodson and J. S. Bennett.
Half a cent buys enough
for Two Coat8 on one
square foot of surface.
fl Jalap's Faitf).! -v*.
* in Clothing,
Upper Carolina. J * Shoes, Hats.
? ?I ? _
$ Largest Stock
to select from in
You rarely see a Man bother with a fashion book or indulge in shop
ping tours, do you? He depends upon his tailor to tell him.
The next time you need apparel you'll do well to place your faith in us. We are up-to-the-minute on the things you need ?
You would realize this too if you'd just come in and take a look around. The evidence sticks out all over the shop. This ap
plies to Ready for Service or Made to Your Measure apparel. Also the little things that go with it:
Shoes, Hats, Neckware, Personal Linen and all Such Things.
THE* COST? You'll agree with us on that ptfint, we're sure.
Davis, Roper & Co,
Head to Foot Outfitters for Men, Women and Children.
We want you
To take a LOOK
atour new lines of Fall and Winter Clothing,
Shoes, Hats, Furnishings and Staple Dry
Goods. Never before have we carried so large
and varied a stock. What ever your needs in
wearables, you'll find them satisfied here, at
Space forbids a detailed list of the many
Money-saving Values we are oilering to pru
dent purchasers. However, a personal visit
will enable you lo examine our Display and
make your selection.
Are you not coming in to see what we can
do for you?
J. E. MINTER & BRO.,
Leaders of Low Prices*
If You Want
to see the jujw styles in
Silverware* ? Cut Glass,
Clocks and Novelties, call
If You Have
any old family Jewelry or
Silver that needs repair
ing bring it to
If You Want
your eyes tested for new
Glasses come to
JewiXrs and Opticians.
Atlantic Coast Line,
Wilmington, N. C, July 21, 11)02.
Through Train from Charleston to
No. 62. No. 53.
7 00am Dv Charlostor Ar 0 20 y in
8 35 a m ?? Lant u " 0 20 p ni
9 50am " Suinter 4 65 p in
tiOOam Ar Columbia Ijv 8 45pm
12 20 pm " Proapority " 224 pin
12 12 p in " Newberry " 2 10 p in
125pm " Clinton " 125pm
147 p in liaurens " 2 10 p m
3 05pm ?' Greenville- " 1222 pm
3 30pm " Spartanhurg " 1215 pm
FROM COLUMIUA, 8. 0.
No. 53 Daily, 4:65 p. m.
Arrive Sumtor 0:15 p. m.; George
town 9:15 p m, Florence 7:f>0 p m, Dar
lington 8:15 p m, Hartsvlllo 9:30 p m,
Hennettsvlllc 9:37 p m, Gibson 10:30 p
m, Fayettovllle 10:23 p m, Wilmington
11:25 p in, Rooky Mount 12:15 a m, Wol
don 1:50 a m, Petersburg .'i:20 a in,
Richmond 4:12 a m, Washington 7:51 a
m, Now York 1:63 p m.
No. 54 Dally, 0:65 p m.
Arrive Sumter 8:20 a m, Florence
0:35 a m, Darlington 10:30 a in, Choraw
11:45, a in, Wadesboro 2:?0 p m, Harts
vllle 11:20 a m, Marlon 10:53 a m: Wil
mington 1:40 pm, Faycttevlllo 12:35 p
m, Rocky Mount 3:50 p m, Woldon 4:5.1
p m, Petersburg 6:44 p m, Richmond
7:45 p m, Washington 11:40 p m, New
York 7:18 a m.
Pullman sleeping oars New York to
Tampa. Pullman dining cars New
York to Savannah.
For rates, schedules, otc, write.
W. J.Traig, Gon. Pass. Agt., Wil
mington, N. C.
H. M. Emerson, Asst. Traffic Mgr.,
Wilmington, N. C.
How to Tide Over a juong Dull Summer!
Does That (Jucstion Bother You?
inspect our Stock of
?*> Got OUU Prices on
Flour, Corn MEAT and Supplies.
When You do, things will not look so blue. The situation w;ll
clear up. We are selling goods to meet it.
Our Undertaker's Stock is Complete. We cany a well
selected stock of everything from
the cheapest Coffin to the best Me
talic Cases ; in cloth goods we carry
the best?among them embossed
white plush goods ; also black, full
draped in cloth. A First-class Hearse
when wanted. Wc can furnish white
or black horses when desired. At
night or Sunday 'Phone R. P. Milam's residence or call on J. Mills
Hunter or R. R. Jones at the Switzer House.
R. P. MILAM & CO.
The March of Progress
Find us keeping step and we swing into line with
the largest and handsomest stock wo have ever
she .vn. 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 Zibelines, 50c per yd
Forty-two inch striped Flannel, special, 50 cents per yard
Fifty-two inch Ladies Cloth, 80 cents per yard.
Our line ol Black Dress Goods is particularly strong. In
our Millinery Department you will find-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
fBB* Dial's Corner.
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YOUR FALL SOWING?
We Have Full Stock or
Wheat, Barley, Rye, Vetch,
Rape, Red, Crimson
and Burr Clover.
Burr Clover is the unsurpassed
Wintor pasturage. Try it.
Complete Line of Undertakers' Supplies
g)tf Wo sell Mason's, half Gallons, Fruit Jars at 76 cents per
Tho Commissioners will lot. to con
tract tho ro-bullding of tho brldgo
across Uabun Crook noar Dr. Anthony
Fuller's on November 1st, at 11 o'clock
a. m. All parties interested fovoin
J. S, DEUMMOND
Oct. 14,1062, Supervisor L. 0
I have- opened a Restaurant in the
Babb Building for WHITK PEOPLE
EXCLUSIVELY. Prompt and First
class Horvieo assured. Meals, 25 cents
at Restaurant or sent to offices. Fresh
Oysters on hand;
oo Harpor Street.