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I It is literally true that all has been j
moving on smoothly and rapidly about
our little town for tho last few weeks
and all that wecou'd have written would
have been: "We are all well and are
The dam Is rising with amazing rap
idity in the midst of the river and the
contractors begin to feel assured that
their work will be completed long before
the year is fulfilled.
The carpenters arc continually at
Ithoir work and are raising up numbers
[of neat little cottages near the pro
|joctod factory building.
The telephone lino from Laurens is at|
Contractor King has begun work on ]
tho now bridge across Turkey Creek.
A new store has been opened up In j
the South extremity of the town, yet j
the, business of tho company store has
90 increased that Mr. D. B. Roper has
sen compelled again to enlarge
lls store room and Is continually In
I'.reaslng his stock of goods.
The young men are quite numerous
Lt this place, while tho. young ladles I
Ire not so many. Theroforo some of]
jur boys are obliged to ride a mule as,
xv as Coke8bury to see their sweet
trts. But, the Waro Shoals girls do ]
>t let many pass out, for they will
nie on three at a time to keep home
llent at home. Such is thoir ambition.
M. E. 0.
IN SELF DEFFNCE.
jjery Man and Woman May Exorcise |
?ho man whose life is threatened
strike telling blows In self de
je. If his reputation is assailed he
write und spaak vigorously in self
IIdeation. No man or woman should
less prompt and energetlo in de-1
ling self from the attacks of dls-1
There are dangers to health on
ry hand?in food, air and water,
[the greatest dauger Is that wbioh
rs in the blood Itself. Impurities
mean great discomfort and often
solf defence you should take
I's Sarsaparilla now. It is the sur
leans of warding off the dangors
undermine health. It expels from
[blood the taints of scrofula, which
have been inherited, and defends
fnst suffering from the pains, swell
and eruptions peculiar to this dls
It cures all forms of skin dlseasc(
pies, boils, etc., and subdues the j
ling and itching of salt rheum or |
ils great medicine also oures ca
and by taking it for this disease
[sands of people have defended
jiselves against the approach of
imption. It neutralizes the acid
' e blood and proves a sure defence
ist the agonizing aches and pains
^eumatlsm. It tones and stimu
the stomach ana digestive organs
prevents and cures dyspepsia,
ttrong point about Hood's Sarsa
la as a defence from suffering, is
|it can be depended upon. It pos
aotual ourative power and does
rhat it is expeoted to do. It is
tntly effecting marvellous cures,
being taken by men, women and
ren everywhere and all the time,
ieans of keeping the blood rich
[uro and thus strengthening the
ktion of heath.
[ry home should be supplied with
Sarsaparilla and Pills. The use
jo medicines saves time and pre
ntoh suffering. Hood's Pills, the
family cathartic, greatly aid
Sarsaparilla In defending the
and they are the only cathar
Ishould be taken with it. They
liver ills, break up colds, pro
grip and are unequalled as as
Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills,
hand and tuken as directed,
have little fear of attacks of
[bread these cold mornings if
\r is of the spasmodic sort, that
prks by spells." You oan't be
|-you don't know what to de
"Clifton" flour will bake to
iro satisfaction, day In and day
B.9 not the best flour to-day and
[best to-morrow. It is the best
le and people who buy "Cllf
[w It. Sold by T. N. Barks
f. H. Fowler.
ill be an election held ou the
it for the purpose of oleot
rustees for the Wadsworth
lol Fund. Election to be held
lap Ratal Ion at the follow
slJn'sStore, Cross Hill, 8. C.
Ffltore, Mountvllle, 8. C.
ting's Residence, near Mil
lie, Lisbon, 8. 0.
MARRIED IN CLINTON.
The Wedding of Kiss Jaule Yance and
Dr. P. U. Elleser.
The wedding of Mies Janle Vanoe of
Clintoo and Dr. P. Gray Ellesor of
New berry in the Presbyterian Ohurch,
Clinton, at noon last Thursday, was one
of the prettiest ever seen In the county.
It was attended by a large number of
tho friends and kindred of the bride
and groom. Rev. Dr. W. P. Jacobs of
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. S. F. Vance. She is one of the
most popular young ladles of Clinton
and was equally popular In the social
circles of Laurens. Dr. Ellesor is one of
the prominent and successful physl
siolans of Newberry.
Promptly at twelye, Miss Annie
Copeland rendered Mendelssohn's Wed
Messrs. Rob Vanoe, Vanoe Irby, Rob
ert Philson and Mr. Tom Johnstone of
Newberry, the ushers, then entered,
and were followed by Misses Thyra
Schumpert, Lizzie Glenn and Bessie
Oilder of Newberry, Miss Birdie Vanoe
of Louisiana and Misses loa and Laura
Vance, of Clinton, the bridesmaids.
The groom entered with his best
man, Mr. Malcoln Johnstone of New
berry and the bride with her dame of
honor, Mrs. T. D. Darlington of Lau
rens. The bride looked lovely in a
traveling suit of castor clotb, and car
ried a beautiful bouquet of bride's
roses. The maids and dame of honor
wore handsome waists of white satin,
whlto beaver hats and blaek skirts.
The maids carried umbrellas. The
church was beautifully decorated-in
white and green.
A number of friends of the bride
and groom then went to the home of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. F.
Vance, where a reoeptioo was ten
dered. The parlors and dining room
were beautifully decorated in ferns and
other pot plants. The presents were
numerous and handsome, evidences of
the esteem in which both bride and
groom are held.
Dr. and Mrs. Ellesor left on the 2.80
train for New York, where they will
spend a month.
Among the out of town visitors pres
ent were Mr. Malcolm Johnstone, Mr.
George Johnstone, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
McCrary, Dr. and ?"\ Mayer, Mr.
Tom Johnstone, Mls?n Chyra Schum
pert, Beasle Gilder and Lizzie Glenn,
Newberry, Mr. and Mrs. Fieming
Jones, Mrs. T D. Darlington, Miss
Claudia and Mr. Vanoe Irby, Laurens,
Mr. Moore, Greenwood, and Misses
Birdie and Camille Vance, Louisiana.
QUOTATIONS COTTON MILL STOCK.
Prices Quoted by Alester G. Furman,
Broker, Greenville, S.C, Feb. 3.
Bid I Asked
Abbeville Cotton Mill. I 82
Arkwrlght Mills. 119
Belton Mills. 99
Clinton M'f'g Co. 120
Darlington M'f'g Co.,..... 80
Enoree M'f'g Co.,......... 88
Greenwood Cotton Mill,.. 99 .102
Grendel Mill,.102 108
Laurens Cotton Mills, .... 165 170
Newberry Cotton Mills, .. 118 | 128
Pacolet M'f'g Co. 190
Union Cotton Mills, .149
c~l rAl gjf) wg* H X m% ?
Bean the ?8 Kind You jjgj Always Bought
CbftdestoB and Westen CanUna LE.
AUGUSTA Ann ASHBVILLE SHORT |
Schedule in Effect Deo. 29,1901.
Lv Augusta. 10 06 em 2 66 pm
Ar Greenwood.12 89 pm .
Ar Anderson. 7 16 pm
Ar Laurens.1 40 pm 6 36 am
Greenville. 8 26 pm 10 80 am
Spartanburg. 8 80 pm 9 00 am
Saluda.6 89 pm
HenderaonvlUe.... 6 11 pm
Astaeville.7 16 pm
Lv Asheville. 7 06 em
Lv Hendorsonvllle. 8 05 em
Lv Flat Rock.8 15 am
Lv Saluda. 889am
Lv Try on. 918 am
Spartanbnrg.12 15 am 4 00 pm
Greenville.12 22 am 1 46 pm
Laarens. 2 07 pm 6 So pm
Anderson. 7 26 am
Greenwood. 8 07 pm 8 36 pm
ArAuKunta.r.. 5 40prn 1136 am
Lv Augusta . 4 15 pm
Ar Allendalo . 8 20 pm
Ar Fairfax . 6 26 pm
Ar Yemaaee.10 25 am 7 85 pm
Ar Beaufort.11 40 am 8 35 pm
Ar Port Royal.11 56 am 8 45 pm
Lv Port Royal. 1 00 pm 6 40 am
Lv Beaufort. 115 pm 6 50 am
Lv Yemaaee. 8 80 pm 7 40 am
Lv Fairfax. 8 48 am
Lv Allendalo. 8 58 am
Ar Augusta. 1100 am
Close connections at Greenwood for j
all points on S. A. L. and C. A G. Rail
way, and at Spartanburg with South
For information relative to tickets
rates, schedules, etc., address
W. J. OR A IG, Gen. Pass. Agent,
just been completed, and we find, as usual, many??
E>? and ENDS,
?which we propose to close out at a price
all-wool blankets left, $5.00 values, at . $3*69
s'Shoes, value #1.25, at .1. 89
ies' Shoes, value $i.oo, at . 75
i; Clothing at less than Cost,
s' Wrappers at your own^rice.
ive just received a special lot
Embroidery and Insertions.
THE GIGANTIC SALE Of
The bad weather put the roads in such condition last week so that it was
almost impossible for ladies to travel and after being requested by
numbers of our customers who wanted their wives to get a
chance at the Marvelous IBii IMn AI M
we have been offering during this sale,
We have decided to continue Sale another Week.
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are very much gratified with the results of this Sale. So far it has bean the most successful we have ever held. We can honestly say we have
put the LOWEST PRICES on choice
3?T Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Underwear and Dry Goods J?
this Section has ever known.
f 1Q"f A-***h'\7,*>rJ 11 so*'<* case ?^ S??d Calico to be a \V7" nave gone through our Shoe Stock and put out a lot of Odds and Ends in A q j
Hot iilXlVCU put on sale this week at vj CcniS* cy^s W <, Ladies and Childrens' Shoes worth $i .oo, $1.25 and $1.50 to go this week at JfcV CiS,
and lots of other things just as cheap , which we haven't time or space to give.
Our Great Sale of Mill-Ends will save Hundredsand Hun;dredsof Dollars to the People of this Section.
A Monster of comparison with Bankrupt, Cost and Closingout Sales. A Sumptuous
Feast of Unparalleled bargains for the buying public.
Simpson's Genuine Best
Calico 2 cents
Fine Bleached, yard-wide,
Muslin 5 cents
Muslin 3 cents
Gingham 5. cents
Simpson's, yard-wide, best
Percales 5 cents
Regular 40-inch, 10 cts
Lawn 5 cents
Ladies' Extra Wide Umbrella Ladies' Black Wear-Silk
Drawers 15 cents Petticoats 49 cts
Ladies' Tucked Yoke 50 cents
Gowns 25 cents
Children's Extra Good
Drawers 10 cents
Ladies' Black Mercerized Satin
Petticoats 79 cts
Ladies' Black Special Grade
Petticoats 89 cts
Ladies' pure Linen , regular ioc
Ladies' pure Linen, very
sheer, 15 cents
Very Heavy Ilalf-blcachcd
Damask 49 cents
Look fpr the White Tickets. Every one means
that the article on which it is attached has
been reduced. All Goods marked
in plain figures.
This Sale means a saving of Hundreds and
Hundreds of Dollars to the People ?
of Laurens County.
You will save Money and get the best by
buying Shoes of all kinds at this
NOTICB"No Goods charged, laid away, or sent out on Approval during this Sale.
f)avis, r^opef & Co.
Laurens, S. C.
Laurens Greatest Store.
Laurens Has Never
Known in Her History
Pur^ Unadulterated N. O.
Molasses sold at 40 cents
per gallon, but you can get
them at the
Cash Bargain Store.
LAUREN*, S. C.
* \ 1
X KENNEDY BROS.
Is Headquarters for
Fruits and Candies and Confections.
Our Groceries, Canned Goods and Eatables
Of all Kinds arc Reliable, which the People Know.
Therefore we are prepared for a bigger hriatmas trade
with Finer Fruits, Candies and other things than ever.