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IM IIOXOK OF THE YOUNU LA?IKS.
Tin; German Club GlreB Ouo of its
An impromptu but vory pleasant
dancc was given by the German Club
Monday ovcning in honor of a number
of nttractlvo yi.ung ladios who aro vis
iting in tho city Ibis weok. A big
crowd wus present, aud the duneo was
a distinct success.
T?o c >uples dauolng were as follows:
Miss IJollo Montgomery, of Marion,
und J, v. Darlington.
Miss Ella Brown, of Spartanburg,
and Tom 0. Swltzer.
Miss Qertrude Burnett, of Spartan
burg, and Nat Richardeon.
Miss Mariegene Caine andS. it. Todd.
Miss Lizzie Klchcy aud Raymond
Motto, of Spartanburg.
Miss Annie Il'chey and G. W. Shell.
Ml88 \j iuIso Kiehoy and J. J. Adams.
.Mies Tallulah Caiue and Gash Watts.
Miss Eliza Caine and Sam Cooper of
Miss Cathryu lrby and J. W. Dunk
Miss Sadie Rlchey andL. B. Clardy.
m'st Oamlllo Vance of Clinton and
Tom Little of (illnton.
miss Mame Ferguson and J. K.Vance.
Or. an1 Mrs. W. D. Ferguson.
Mr. ami mis. m. L Gopoluid.
Mr. and Mr . A. I). Gray.
Stags?Dr. C. A. Ellett, m. li. Frler
son, Wil. < 'opel ?nd of Clinton, Honry
Shell, Vance lrby, .MoFarlaud lrby.
Vo\)i lrby, A. \V. Tcaguo.
TWO OOKKSBURY WED?IXUS. |
Miss Hart and Mr. Banister) Miss j
Jones and Mr. Humbert.?Lau
Special to the State. (
Ookksuuhy, Junj 11.?Miss Olaud'a <
Hirt au I Mr U.S. B ?nister, of Or- 1
nngeburg, wero married oa Wednesday <
morning a' l ? 30 o'clock at tho home of 1
tbo bri lo's mother, Mrs. B. C. Hart, i
The CJromony was performed by tho (
IVlv. Peter Stokes. This was a private
homo marriage, noin boiu g present j
buv. the relative i of tha bride. Among ,
those from a distance were: Mr. and Mrs. ,
W. R. Rlohey, and Mr. and Mrs. O. W . ,
Babb, of Laurens, and M\ and Mrs . B. ,
B. Slur.dan, of Greenwood. Mrs. ,
Kiehoy and Mrs. Babb are sisters of
the bride. The m\ny pretty and useful
presents attested the fact that although
absent she was not forgotten by her
friends. Soon after the ceremony had
been perfor no 1, the bride and groom
left for their home in Orangeburg.
The groom is a prosperous young far
mer in Orangoburg and the bride is
ono of Cokesbury's mo3t popular
Miss I-Iannie Jones and Mr. John B.
Humbert, of Elonea Path, were mar
ried on Wednesday evening at tho
homo of the. bride's father, Mr. J. U.
Jones. At S.30 o'clock the beautiful
wedding raaroh, played by Miss Eliza
beth Cox, Honoa Path's giftod pianist,
announced th? approach of the bridal
party, which entered the beautifully
decorated parlor, the color scheme of
which was while and green, in the fol
lowing order: First, the ribbon pirls,
Misses Mary Posey and Dorothy flud
geus, of Laurons; then came the at
tendant-, Miss Humbert, of Princeton,
with Mr. Montgomery, of Honoa Bath;
Miss Lucia McGhee, of Honoa Path,
with Mr. Grubbs, of Honea Path.
Then came Mr. John Humbert, the
groom, with his best man, Mr H. B.
Humbert, of Laurens. Then came
Miss Hannio Jones, the bride, with
Miss Bello lone?, maid of honor.
The bride was dressed in white lib
erty silk, with chiffon. Her long eolt
tulle veil was caught in tho hair with
maidenhair fern and white carnations.
She carried a beautiful boquot of white
carnations and maidenhair ferns. The
maid of honor was attired in a white
silk mull dress, with rich lace trim
mings. Misses Humbert and McGhoo
wore dressed in white silk. The maid
of honor carried a lovoly boquet of
white flowers and ferns.
The contracting parties wero married
under a green arch, in the centre of
which hung the lucky horseshoe.
The marriage ceremony was most
impressively performed by 113v. P. B
Wells, of Abbeville.
After the ceremony tho guests were
invited to the prettily decorated din
ing hall, the color scheme being pink
and green, where a most appetizing
salad course, followed by ices, cream,
Sherbet and punch wore servod.
Tho out-of-town guests were: Honea
Path, M vsr.s. Montgomery, McGhee,
Grubbs; M'ssos Lucia McGhoo, Carrie
McGhee, Grace Budison, Lizzie Cox,
Mr. Mahonc and Frank Hudgens, Lau
rena, Mr. H. B. Humbert, Misses Mag
gie and Sarah Sullivan, Mr. Aug. UulT
aud daughter, Dr. and Mrs. B.P. Posoy,
Miss Dorothy Hudgens, Miss Mary
Humbert, Miss Emmie Lou Humbort,of
Princeton, Mis? Posoy, of Union, Mr.
and Mrs. J. G. Powoll, of Stitesvlllo,
N. O, Mr. Sam McGhee, of Greenwood,
Dr. Harper, of Greenwood, Mrs. A. W.
Jones, of Abbeville, Miss Lillie Klugh,
At tho conclusion of this most do
Hghtfully spent evening, tho brido and
groom, amid a shower of rice and old
shoes, loft for Greenwood. They will
take a bridal tour of two wooks and
will visit St. Louis and other places of
TRIUMPHS OF MODERN SUR
Wonderful things aro done for tho
human body by surgery. Organs aro
taken out aud soaped and polished
an-1 put back, or they may be removed
entirely; b nns are spliced; pipes take
the place of diseased sections of veins;
antiseptic dressings aro appliod to
wounds, bruises, burns and like inju
ries boforo inflammation sets in, which
causes them to heal without matura
tion and in ono-thlrd tho tlmo required
by tho old treatment. Chamberlain's
Pain Balm acts on this same principle
It is an antiseptic and when applied to
snch injuries, causes thorn to heal very
?quickly. It also allays the pain and
soroncfs. Keep a bottle of Pain Balm
In your home aud it will save you time
and money, not to mention tho Incon
venience. For sale by Laurens Drug
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets are just what you need when
you havo no appetite, fool dull after
oating and wake up with a bad taste in
your mouth. They will Improve your
appetite, cleanse and invigorate your
Htomaoh and give you a relish for your
food. For salo by Laurens Drug Co.
THROUGH THE STATE.
Dr. Gordon B. Mooro, formerly Pro
fessor in Furman University has been
oleotod professrr of History in the
South Carolina Colloge.
John G. Mobley and W. Boyd Evans,
candidates for Railroad Commission
ers, engagod in a personal difllcupy in
Columbia Thursday as tho result of
political differences Mobley used a
Email whip and several blows woro ox
With the recommendation of Presi
dent Potoat of Furman Univo:sity, the
Boord of Trusteos at Its recent aonual
meeting ruled football out of that inst
itution's athletic sportj.
Tho Board of Trustees of Furman
University have conferred tho degree
of Doctor of Divinity on Uev. I/. M. Ro
per, pastor of tho First Baptiet Church
of Spart inburg. Dr. Roper is a grad
uate of Furman.
In a few weeks tho State Treasurer
Will borrow $300,000. This will covor
tho full amount allowed by law to ha
borrowed in ono year.
in Spartaaburg county last Friday,
Carroll Cl irk, 8-year old, son of J. A.
Ulaik, a farmer, swallowed a small iron
bolt and died in a few minute?. The
bolt which was about three- eights of
an inob la olroumferenod lodged in the
Sir Knight James H. Johnsou, of
Jharlostou, is gotting up a party of
Knights Templar from this State to go
,o tho 29th. triennial Conclave which is
o bo hold la San Francisco in Soptora
Tho hanging of Fletcher Byrd and
.'aimer Crisswell tho negroes who wore
sonvloted of the mardor of Magistrate
Jox In Greonvllla county, will not take
)lace July 1. tho time set for thoir exe
;ution. An appeal has bom made in
ho oiso and the negroes havo been ear
ned back to tho State pjn'tjn'.iary for
Mr. William H. Vorncr, of Columbia,
nvs won tho Cecil Rhodes Scholarship
it Oxford from this State. The Scholar
ship is wor.h $1500 a year and tho beno
iciary will spend throa years at tho
Jio University. Another Scholar
?hlp will be awardod next year, as pro
vided for in the Rhodes' will.Each State
is entitled to two beneliciarios. but only
)ae to be selectad in any one yoar.
John Pinion, of Greenville, diol from
suffocation In the guardhouse at Fasley
Saturday night. Tie was lockod up for
being drunk and disorderly. During
tho night he set lire to his clothing and
the b'ankets, and when found .Sunday
morning he was standing erect against
tho wall dead. The li*o scorched his
clothing slightly, and a few burns were
found on his face.
Good Start Made.
The action taken by the meeting last
woek to induce the railways to change
the passenger station's location was
precisely what it should havo been.
Thk Advertiser would advise, how
ever, that if the endeavor is to succeed,
it must be sustained. A mere request
once or twice prosouted is not likely to
result in bringing about the desired
change. It is possible that committee
after committee will have to make
visit after visit to the various companies
before I hoy discover that tho people
are in real earnest. Whenever they
raach tho conclusion that public senti
ment has been thoroughly aroused and
to such a degreo that they cannot safely
ignore it, they will act and not till
then. Railroad corporations havo a
wholesome respect for public senti
ment in action, but they are not hasty
to obey occasional and surface manifes
As to the propriety and tho neces
sity of tho depot ehinze, there is b-.it
ono side to the argument. Tho passen
ger dopot at present stands as a nui
sance and unceasing dangor to life and
property. We have hoard intelligent
peoplo go so far as to say that the loca
tion of the dopot is in itself prima facie
evidence of criminal negligence on tho
part of the railroad company in contri
buting to any accident that may thero
occur and that they would eo estimate
it in the trial of any rosulting damage
case in the court.
COUNTY SUMMER SCHOOL.
Juno 27th. to July 23rd. Strong
Faculty to be in charge.
Supt. of Education C. F. Brooks an
nounces that tho Laurens County Sum
mer School will open in the Graded
School building Juno 27th and contin
ue four weeks, closing Saturday July
23rd. Prof. Frank Evans, Superinten
dent of the Spartanburg Graded Schools
has beon appointed as Principal, and
Miss Maud Inez Tillman of the Salis
bury N. C. Gradod schools, and IVof.
B. Y. Oulberson, Principal of the Mad
deu High School, assistants. This is a
strong faculty. A One course of study
has boen out-linod for tho term. The
announcements and circulars are being
sent out this week to all tho teachers,
urging their attendance upon the
school. Thero is no need to go to Rock
Hill or Knoxvllle as a good course is
provided at home in roach of all who
wish to avail thomselvos to such a
school. TrustoeB should urge their
teachers to attend, l'rof. Evans who
s to bo in oharge of tho school, is reco
nized as one of the foremost school mon
in the State. For several yoars ho was
Principal of tho Laurons Male Acade
my, and for the last ton or twelve years
he h? been at the hoad of Spartan
burg's fine system of gradod schools, a
posit ion he has filled with signal success.
He also has had a groat doal of experi
ence in tho various summer schools for
teachers during tho past several years.
Mis3 Tillnnn is well known in Laur
ens having taught most acceptably and
successfully through two sessions in
the city schools. Dining the pant year
sho hold a line position in tho schools at
Salisbury, North Carolina.
As to Mr Oulberson, the other as
sistant, It can be said of him that no
teacher in the county enjoys a higher
reputation for successful teaching and
thoroughness In the schoolroom. For
the eleventh time he has been elect
ed Principal of tho Madden High School
and he hits been closely idontiflod with
the county Summer sobools aince tho
permanent establishment of them nine
years ago, either as a teacher pupil or
in tho capacity of an instructor.
See our line of Ham=
mocks before you buy.
We have them at all
prices and to suit any
The Laurens Drug Co.
For Any Person Who
Takes a Bottle of OUR
(Nature's Remedy. )
The Great Blood Purifier, Kidney and
Liver Regulator, and Receives
A Guarantee Goes With Each
And the druggist signs tho guaran
tee. You run no risk in tho trial. Our
New Discovery is not an alcoholic
stimulant, which is worse than no
stimulant, but it is the great building
up and purifying remedy, purifying
the b'ood and cleansing* the system
from all impurities, which given new
lifo and vigor to every organ. It. pos
itively cures all blood diseases such as
Itching Skin, Pimples, Eczema, Blood
Poison, Scrofula, Rheumatism, and it
restores the Nervous System to its
Normal condition, produces a healthy
appetite, tones and regulates the heart,
and It regulates the Kidneys, Liver
and Bowels. The use of a single hot tie
will convinco any one of its wonderful
curative properties. For sale by The
Laurens Drug Co.; W. W. Dodson.
THE PRETTY GIRL
Is fond of pretty jewels .
The sensible man looks
for the establishment
where he can get the best
Jewelry for the least
Our Jewelry is the best,
it is new? new in manu
facture and new in de
sign. It won't cost a cent
to look at what we have.
SIMPSON & COOPER
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts.
Prompt attention givonto all business.
Announcements under this heading
must bo accompanied by tho feo,
Three Dollars. Announcements to
run after the first Primary.]
FOR STATE SENATE.
At the solicitation of friends l have
decided to announce myself as a candi
date for the St'te Senate, subjeot to
tiie Democratic Primary.
?-. ?_ _ F. P. McGo\VAN._
FOR tiie LEGISLATURE.
i respectfully announce myself a can
didate for re-election to the House of
Representatives, subjeot to tho result
of the Democratic Primary.
w. C. irdy, Jn.
Tho frionds of A. J. Smith, appre
ciating his past sei vices in tho inter
est of tho people, respectfully suggest
his name to the voters of Laurens
County as a suitable Representative
from this County to the Legislature,
I hereby announce myself us a can
didate for tho Legislature, subjet to
tho Democratic vote of Liurons
J. H. Miller, m. D.
At the BoHoPatlou of friends from
the different parts of tho cmntv, I
respectfully announce myself a candi
date for tho Legislature, subject to tho
rub s of the Democrat ic Primary,
W. P. HARRIS.
O. C. Feat hers tono, Esq., is hereby
annouueed as u candidate for House of
Representatives from Laurens County,
subjeot to tho action of the Demo
cratic Primary election._
FOR CLERK of COURT.
I horeby announce myself as a can
didate for Clerk of Court for 1.aureus
county, Wi l abide result of Democratic
T. Foster Simpson,
1 hereby announce myself a candi
date for 01 rk of Court for Liurons
County, subject to tho result of tho
approaching Primary Election.
C. e. GRAY.
Tho name of John A. Frauks is
hereby presented to the Democratic
voters of Laurous county as a candi
date for Clerk of Court, subject to the
rules governing the party Primary.
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for Clerk of Court for Lau
rens County and promiso to discharge
tho bus nPSl of said ollleo as in tho
past according to law and tho host In
terests of the peoido. i will choerfully
abide the result of the Democratic Pri
mary Election. Thanking all for
their past favors, i am respectfully,
John f. Bolt.
1 hereby announce my candidacy for
the ollleo of Sheriff of Laurons county.
Will abido the result of tho Democratic
J. THOS. PEDEN.
Tho many friends of Beo A. Wharton
knowing his merit and qualifications
combined with his superior dotective
turn of mind most respectfully suggest
him to tho voters of Laurens County as
a worthy and suitable candldato lor tho
Sheriff's Ollleo in tho approaching
election, subject to the rules of the
Being conscious of the fuct that I have
faithfully discharged the duties ol the
Sheriff's office for the present term, to
the best of my ability, and believing
that I have the endorsement of the ma
jority of the pcolo of Laurons County
to this end, I would again announce
myself a candidate for re-election, sub
ject to tho decision of tho Democratic
T. J. duckett.
Poing solicited by friends from dif
ferent parts of County, I announce my
self a candidate for the oflloe of Sheriff,
at the approaching Primary Elec lon,
and will abido the rules governing the
B. F. BALLENV.
The mauy friends of Jas. W. Hen
derson announce him a candidate for
Sheriff, subject to tho Democratic
Primary. He has sorved as constable
sovoral years and as Deputy Sheriff
one term, performing the duties to the
satisfaction of the public.
I hereby announce mysolf a oandt
da'e for re-election to the ofllcc of
County Treasurer, subject to the Dem
JOHN H. COPELAND.
" FOR AUDITOR.
I respectfully announce myself a can
didate for tho olllce of County Auditor,
subject to the Democratic primary.
JOEL A. SMITH.
I respectfully announce myself a can
didate for re-election to the otllcc of
County Auditor, subject to the Demo
C. A. power
I hereby announce my candidacy for
re election to tho ollleo t>* Coronor,
subject to tho rules of tho Domocratlc
W. D. Watts.
i announce mysolf a candidate for
Coronor for Laurens county, subject to
the Democratic primary and party
J. B. Cos.i.'.
Many frionds of Major M. II. Fergu
son, from every Township in tho Coun
ty, have solicited him to become a can
didate for Coronor at the Primary
Election and ho has consonted. Ho
will abide the rules and regulations of
for* co!inty superintendent
1 respectfully announco mysolf a can
didate for re-eleotion to the ofllco of
County Superintendent of Education,
subject to the rulos governing the
charles F. Brooks.
At tho solicitation of friends, i an
nounce myself a candidate for Super
visor of Liurens county, subject to tho
rules of tho Democratic primary.
r. P. AD air.
I rcspoctfully announce mysolf as a
cundidate for re-oleotlon to tho ollleo of
County Supoi'Visor for Laurens county,
subject to tho rules of tho Democratic
h. b. Humbert,
i announce myself to tho Demo
cratic voters of I aureus county, a can
didate for Supervisor, subjeot to tho
Democratic primary and party rulos.
_James S. Drummond
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
I respectfully announce mysolf a ean
dida'o for tho ofllco of County Com
missioner, subjoct to tho Democratic
W c. Deck.
Ceorgo O, Hopkins Is hereby an
nounced as a cindidate for County
Commissioner, subject to the result of
tho Democratic Primary.
I horoby announco mysolf a oindi
dato for tho ofllco of County Commis
sioner, a object to tho action of tho Dom
ocratlc Primary. 0. CLATE Cox.
I hereby announoe mysolf a candi
date for ro election for Magistrate of
Laurens Township, subject to the Dem
John M. Hodoens.
W, Y. Royd, Esq., is horoby an
nounced as a candidato for Magistrate
for Laurens Township, subjeot to tho
FOR RATLROAD COMMISSIONER.
I hereby announco myself as a candi
date for tho ofllco of Railroad Commis
sioner, subject to the State Democratic
John H. Earlk,
I Greenville, & 0. I
WHY THEY PUSH IT.
The Laurous Drug Co. Recommends
aud Pushes Sil o-uo, tho Dys
"It is a pleasuro to sell a medicine
when our customers oomo in afterwaul*
and tell us how much pood it lias done
them," said Tho Laurons Drug Co., the
popular druggist, to a ADVERTISER
man, "and that Is why wo like to sell
and recommend Mi-o-nn, the dyspepsia
"We have so much faith in this arti
cle that they are going to guarantee i
1 in the futuiv, and will return the
mono/ to any purchaser of Mi oua
whom it does not cure. Thoy may
soem rash but our customers have said
so many good word' in its fr. vor that we
do not expect to have many packages
"Any coo who has dy. psia, whose
food tiros not digest well, who has to
take thought us to what ho can eat,
and when, can loavj GO cents doposit at
our store and take homo a box of Mi-o*
na an I if tho remedy does not, regulate
bis digestion end cure his dyspepsia,
he can withdraw hi- money on return
ing tho ompty box.
This ahows tho great faith in tho
merit of Mi-o-na. IL isi eally a most
unusual tnedlolno and tho rapid in
crease in sales since tho Laurcns Drug
Co. introduced it in I.aureus shows
that it does all that i' o:aims to do?
cures dyspepsia, regulates digestion
and enables those who uso it to eat
ju-t what they want and when they
want with no fear of trouble.
THREE CHILDREN SAVED.
In tho early summer of last ye:ir an
eino'gency arose to which Mr. K
Monroe of Marion, s. O., was equal.
He writes: "Dr. Ming's Darrhoe i and
Dysentery Cordial is the best medicine
for bowel trouble I ever saw. I saved
the livo3 of threo children in my
neighborhood i-i the last few days, af
ter tho doctor hud given them up to
dlo." It's tho best and i-urtst on earth.
25 cents tho price. Sold by 1'ahnotto
N. H. Dial. A. C. TODD.
DIAL & TODD,
Attorneys and Coun=
Enterprise H ink and Todd Olllco Build
Laurens, S. 0.
W. C. IRBY, Jr.,
Attorney at Law,
LAURENS, S. C.
if you are a sufferer from
this dread affliction of the skin
and wanttosee actual proofs,
absolute and indisputable,
that this disease* so long
considered incurable, rapidly
yields to the soothing and
curative qualities of that most
astonishingly effective me*
dicament known as the
D. D. D.
call at our store and we will
be pleased to show you such
evidence of its almost mar
velous cures that will leave
no doubt in your mind as to
Its absolute merits.
Try it on our guarantee*
Laurens Drug Co.
? THE HUB.
OF THE SEASON.
A TEN DAY BARGAIN SALE
8 SUMMER STAPLES.
8888We take pleasure in announcing a Special Ten-Day Sale
of Summer Goods at greatly reduced prices. We feel that
some of our Summer lines are a good deal larger than they
ought to be and that we had better CUT Prices on them now
and sell them, than hold to regular prices and keep them.
Therefore, we will hold, opening JUNE 18th and closing
.JUNE 30th, a rousing reduction sale which every lady in
Q townor county will find it well worth while to visit. Prices
A will be heavily cut during the sale, the principal features
88SUMMER FABRICS OF EVERY KIND
including all our White and Colored Lawns,
Organdies, Batistes, flercerized Waistings, etc., etc. **
niLUNERY OF EVERY KIND.
Ready=to=wear Hats greatly reduced, and Hats made=
^to order during the Sale at much less than usual.
jkfrom regular prices.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S OXFORDS.
8Our very large and complete line of Oxfords, all styles
and sizes, w ill go in the Sale at very substantial discounts
8Could any offerings be nv>re timely, or chime in better with
the immediate needs of women hereabouts?
Visit the Sale and see for yourself.
LyOt Figured Batiste, all desirable patterns,
worth io cts, I?' cts and 15 cts, this sale, 8'i C.
Lot Figured Madras, yard wide, worth 15c, you
can hive for 10c.
Lot yard-wide Percale, desirable patterns, fast
colors, worth 10 au 1 i2^c, yours for 8c.
Lot white strips M idras, lovely quality, worth
20c, this sale 1 5c
Lot colored M idras, just the thing for Hoys Waists,
worth toe, ,^et what you want for 7c.
Lot colored dotted Swiss, worth 15c, Heliotrope,
blue and pink, 1 0c.
?Special values in 4o-iitch India Linen?you can't
match it 1 Oc.
Ladies' 3 and 5 strap Sandal, in vici or patent
leathers, former price $2.50, $1.98.
Misses 3-strap Patent Leather, size 13 to 2, worth
pi. 50, now $1.25.
Lot elegant silk Parasols, in white, black and colors, at
less than wholesale cost.
Don't forget the date, Saturday June 18th.
Light Weight Fabrics
W. G. WILSON & co:s.
SOLID PLAIN SILK MULLS.
These come in Black, Pea Green, Canary, Light
Blue White and Cream
10 pieces Colored Foulards, market
value 20c; our price this week
12 1=2 cents the yard.
You can find exactly the quality and price you wan
in WHITE SHEER LAWNS, both plain and fancy.
Best designs in LAWN, SWISS and HAMBURG
EMBROIDERIES and INSERTIONS to match, In
spect these ; you will find the prices to suit you.
This comes in Pea Green, Light Blue, Pink and Cream.
Handsome White and Champagne Waistings.
Have you secured one of those Silk Sunshades,
Paragon frame and steel rod, at $i.oo at
W. Q. Wilson & Co.
All sorts of people conic here?cheerful and
grumpy, tall and short, slim and stout. Old
folks and young folks?babies and grand-dads.
All of them thirsty and each with a different
brand of thirst.
Different people in all ways but one.
Unanimous only in their praise of our Soda
DODSON'S DRUG STOR.
Notice of Citizens' Meeting
A public in lottng of all those citizens
who return real or personal proporty
In tho School District of tho town of
Laurens Is horoby called to bo held in
tho Court House in tho City of Lau
ren* at eleven (11) o'clock a. m , on the
17th day of Juno lOOf, for tho purpose
of levying a tax on all such real and
personal property for maintaining tho
publio schools in the town of Liurons
during the soholastlc year of 1904-1005.
By order of the Board of Trusteos of
Bohool Dietrlot < f tho town of Laurons.
0. D. BarksdaTjE,
Secretary of the Board of Trustees.
May 17th 1904-td.
W. Y. BOYD,
Attorney at Law.
Will practice, in all State Courts.
Prompt attention glvon lo all business.
W.B. KNIOKT. U.E. BABB
KNIGHT & BABB,
Attorneys ftt Law.
feT Will praotico In all the Htato ami
Fedoral Courts. Strlot attention to all
business intrusted to thorn.
Office up-stalrs, Hlmmons' Building.
Wonderful Ten=Day Sale.
Bargains bought at Auction from S\veetser,Peinbrook ec Co.,
Of New York.
PllICGS ILVILEUU) OF BEFORE.
The Greatest Silk Bargains Ever Offered
5,ooo yards plain colored Taffeta ?Silk, ig inches
wide, all colors, white and cream,sold form
erly at 75c. and 85c; Tapps' 10 days' sale
price the yard. 59c
36-inch wide Pongee Silk, so popular for Suits,
coats, etc. Tapp's ro days' sale price, yard, 49c
36-inch wide Black Taffeta .Silk, worth $1.25;
Tapp's* to days' sale price, the yard 79c
23-inch wide Black Taffeta Silk, worth #1.00;
Tapp's 10 clays' sale price, the yard, 59c
19-inch wide Black Taffeta ?Silk. You can't match
it for less than 75c yard; Tapp's 10 days' sale
price, yard 49c
too Dress Patterns in beautiful Black Grenadines
.| \ inches wide, worth $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00,
while the lot lasts we will sell it (luring Tapp's
10 days' sale at, the yard, 69C
2,000 yards of Fine Shirt-Waist .Suit Silks, in the
newest and most wanted designs and colors,
worth regular $1.25; Tapp's 10 days' sale price,
the yard", 75C
Black Silk and Pongee Coats. Just the garment for trav
eling for the seashore and mountains. They
arc bargains at
$7.00 and $10.00.
All arc the Best Black.
In addition to the hundreds of Pine Umbrellas we
have oil hand, we have received several hundred bought
at the great auction of Sweelscr, Peinbrook & Co. We
have divided them ill lots and you can buy a beautiful
new Umbrella cheaper than you have ever seen them.
Tapp's to days' sale price, choice of each lot, 49c, 69c
$1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.
ORDER Bt M.LIL?\Ve will prepay freight,
Mail or Express, on all purchases within a radian of
000 tulles of Columbia, amounting to $0.00 or over.
THE JAS. L. TAPP CO.
Warm weatherbrings danger to hnhios.
Keep nbottle, of Baby Raso? tho world's
I" 1 |>a by medicine- on hand. It ia
tho palY,, sure, harmless remedy for Alt
summer bowel and stomach troubles.
At all (food drurf stores, 25 cento.
Manufactured by BABY EASE CO., Macon.Oa.