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INTO CITY WARDS
A Volunteer Fire Depart
LAD BADLY BURNED.
Town May be Eligible for City Delivery
by Next July. The High School
Election. Other News.
Clinton, Nov. 19.?Among the signs
of growth in Clinton is the recent di
vision of the town into six wards. The
purpose of this is to make of tho city
council a more distinctly representative
body. Another recent advance was the
organization of a volunteer fire depart
ment. Mr. C. It. Boland, of Columbia,
assisted in tho work of organizing and
drilling the companies. Two hose com
nanies were organized among the white
men and a hook and ladder company
among the negroes. Mr. J. W. Cope
land, Jr., was elected chief of the de
partment and Mr. P. S. Jeans, asistant
chief. The young men, almost without
exception, have entered with enthusi
asm into the movement.
The Itev. Dr. Robert Adams preached
in the Presbyterian church on Novem
ber 10. and received a cordial hearing,
though, on nccount of the severe
weather, the congregation was small.
The Rev. Jones Barclay, of Green
ville, is assisting the Rev. Fred K.
Smith with a series of meetings at the
Second Presbyterian church this week.
Little Willie Walters, of the Thorn
well Orphanage, caught fire Saturday,
and would have been severely burned
if Mr. Tom Scott had not put out the
flames. Mr. Scott was quite painfully
burned, but not seriously. Master
Maycs Rcmbert, another Orphanage
pupil, was operated on for appendicitis
Saturday. He stood the oporation suc
cessfully and is doing well.
Mr. M. S. Bailey is quite recovered
from his recent attack of appendici
The cases of scarlet fever in Clinton
arc all doing nicely, and the disease
seems to be stopped.
Social affairs of the past week in
cluded several pretty club meetings.
Miss Essie Young entertained the Ce
cilian Music Club on Friday afternoon.
Mrs. W. J. Bailey was hostess at the
meeting of the Nations' Club on Thurs
day afternoon. Mrs. George Wright
gave a lovely "Nations' Party" on
Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Henry Young
entertained a dozen college students at
an elegant dinner last Monday evening.
The college students took much inter
est in the tennis tournament, in Green
ville, last week. Mr. Sam Fulton and
Mr. Darby Fulton represented the col
lege here and took second place.
An election will be held here Friday
to decide whether to appeal for a High
school in Clinton. There is little doubt
that there will be a large majority in
favor of the High school.
The postofflce receipts indicate rapid
growth in Clinton. It is thought that
by next July this town will have grown
up to free mail delivery.
The family of Mr. Orvcn Chandler is
Mrs. J. C. Davis and Mrs. Watts Da
vis go to Charleston next week to the
convention of the Daughters of the
Mrs. John C. Davis and Miss Lydia
Henry have been elected delegates to
the State Convention of the Daughters
of the Confederacy, which meets in
Chester on December 3.
Miss Brown, of Ridgeway, is the
guest of Mrs. A. M. Copeland.
Miss Lucy Speers, of Newberry, is
visiting Misses Fronde and Janie Ken
Miss Lizzie Glenn is visiting Mrs.
Dorroh Ferguson, of Laurens, this
For the Best Composition.
Mr. B. F. Taylor, Secretary of the
South Carolina Cotton Seed Crushers'
Association, has announced that the
association will offer $50.00 in gold for
the three best compositions written by
public school children upon the uses of
cotton seed products. Mr. Taylor has
written all the city and county superin
tendents, and announcement of this
contest will be made later.
Receipts Show an Increase in Spite of
Columbia, Nov. 16.?Auditor West to
day gave out a statement of the gross
sales of the dispensaries throughout the
State for October. The total was
$308,210.06, breakage $1,916.83. stock
and bond November 1st, in subdispen
saries, $399,118. Charleston leads the
grass sales with $62,523. Richland is
second with $49,800. Orangeburg third
with $25,890. The September gross
sales were only $290,021.
My Best Friend,
Alexander Benton. who livos on Ru
rul Route 1, Fort Edward, N. Y.. says;
"Dr. King's Now Pjscoyery is my
best earthly friend. It cured rho of
asthma six years ago. It has also per
formed a wonderful cure of incipient
consumption for my son's wife. The
first Ixjttlc ended the terrible cough,
and, this accomplished, the other symp
toms left ono by oi)Q untl) she was per
fectly well. Dr. King's New Discov
ery 'b power over coughs and colqu is
simply marvelous." No other remedy
has ever equaled it. Fully guaranteed
by the Laurens Drug Co.and the Pal
metto Drug Co, $0c and $1. Trial
The Hunting Season Opens.
Tho hunting season opened in Lau
rens last Friday, and the Nimrods were
afield early. Birds are said to be plen
tiful and many hunters had a fine day's
shoot, some parties bagging as high as
sixty birds during tho day.
? LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION
Mrs. J. F. Tolbert has returned from
Cotton brought 10:20 on the Laurens
Dr. R. E. Hughes spv-.it a few days
in Asheville this week.
Congressman J. T. Johnson spent
several days in town last week.
Mr. H. J. G. Curry of Owings was a
visitor to Laurens last Saturday.
The school at Mount Pleasant church,
opened last Monday in charge of Prof.
John D. Hunter.
Hon. Thos. F. Brantley and Mr. W.
A. Edwards of Orangeburg were in the
city last Friday on business.
Prof. S. W. Puckett, principal of the
? Bethlehem school, Waterloo township,
was in town a short while Saturday.
Mrs. B. Goodman, Misses Nannie
Goodman and Leila Bryson of Cross
Hill are in Charleston for Gala Week.
Mr. John H. Balle and bride of Char
leston, West Va., arrived in the city
Saturday to spend a few days with Mr.
and Mrs. L. G. Balle.
The Kings Daughters desire all who
furnished dishes etc. for the recent
bazaar to call at Caine-Pitts Furniture
store and get same.
Mr. J. O. C. Fleming went to Char
I leston yesterday to attend a meeting of
the directors of the Charleston and
Western Carolina Railway.
Mr. Alexander Long of Rock Hill,
Mr. W. W. Ball of Charleston, and Mr.
Hopkins of Baltimore were in Laurei
Thursday tr attend a directors meeting
of Watts Mill.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Featherstone
have moved into the Pitts home on Main
street, which Mr. Featherstone recent
ly bought. Mr. Enoch West has bought
the Featherstone residence on West
"Under the Southern Cro"Ss" was
' presented for the second time Friday
evening and was again a great success.
The admission fee was reduced to
twenty-five cents and the sum of forty
two dollars was taken in at the door.
I The beautiful play so cleverly given
I by our own people has been the source
of much pleasure as well as handsome
The Laurens Lyceum Course.
The second number of the Laurens
Lyceum Course will be here next Fri
day evening, November 22, at 8:15
o'clock. This will be a delightful at
traction known as "The Days." Elias
Day and his sister, Orannc Truitt Day,
come very highly recommended by
press notices. Elias Day is an imper
sonator and comedian of the highest
order. The Chicago Evening Post says
"He is a comedian in the best sense of
the word, an actor whose fun is always
next door to tears." Miss Day is a
reader and elocutionist with equally
as enviable a reputation as her brother.
This is a high-class entertainment, and
will be instructive and inspiring, as
well as amusing and entertaining.
Seats may be reserved at the Lau
rens Drug Store on Thursday, Novem
ber 21, at 10 o'clock. No seats will be
reserved by 'phone or otherwise, ex
cept by presentation of the ticket in
person at the Laurens Drug Store.
General admission will be 50 and 35
A BEAUTIFUL LIFE ENDED.
Mrs. Katherine Holmes Passed Away
Early Sunday Morning.
Mrs. Nancy Katherine Nichols
Holmes, widow of the Rev. Z. L.
Holmesf a prominent Presbyterian
minister, who died about twenty years
ago, passed away in this city at 7
o'clock Sunday morning at the home of
her son-in-law, Dr. L. S. Fuller. The
summons came suddenly and she passed
away calmly, her death being due to
The day before she was apparently
in her usual health, and that evening
asked to see the daily papers before
retiring. Just besore 7 Sunday morn
ing she aroused her daughter, Miss
Mary Belle Holmes, and complained of
feeling very unwell, stating that she
had not slept very well. Presently she
collapsed, as she reclined on her bed,
and by the time some of the other
members of the family reached her
bedside her spirit had departed.
"Aunt Katy" Holmes was the em
bodiment of goodness, whose four
score years were spent In doing good.
This characterized her life from early
childhood, through the rearing of a
large and influential family, and was
gloriously exemplified in the relation of
grand and great-grandmother?in deed
and in truth a "Mothor in Israel "
She was a daughter of Dr. John
Nichols, one of the wealthiest and
most prominent citizens of Laurens
county in his day, and a cousin of the
late Governor W. D. Simpson. Her
family connection ranks as one of the
largest and most prominent in the up
country, and Bhe leaves to them a no
In addition to many grand and great
grandchildren, she is survived by threo
sons and two daughters, namely, Rev.
N. J. Holmes, the wcJl-known evangel
ist; Mrs. Laurens S. Fuller, of this
city; Mr. A. R. Holmes, of Lisbon;
Prof, Joseph A, Holmes, former|y
State geologist of North Carolina, now
connected with the government geo
logical survey corps, and at present
located in Oklahoma, and Miss Mary
Bolle Holmes, of Laurens.
Tho body W*8 taken to Lisbon at p
o'clock Tuesday morning and laid tp
rest in a private burial (ground beside
the grave of her husband. There were
no pallbearers, but the family were ac
companied on thojr sp?l mission by a,
number of friends.
At 4 o'clock Monday afternoon a
beautiful funeral service was con
ducted at the homo of Dr. Fuller by
Rev. J. D. Pitts, Rev. Melvin Shell,
Rov. ,J. K. Hair and Rev. N. J.
BRING $100 A PIECE
Rev. Dr. Adams Preaches at Cross Hill.
Marriage of Mr. Matthews and Miss
Hill. Personal Mention.
Cross Hill, Nov. 18.?The Lyceum at
traction, Tho Neil Leitchfield Trio, was
enjoyed by a good crowd last Wednes
day evening. The next will be Luther
Manship, on the 27th of November.
Mr. Lessie Dansler, of Hodges, vis
ited her sister, Mrs. P> Goodman last
Mr. J. W. Matthews and Miss Willie
Mae Hill were married last Thursday
evening, Rev. J. A. Martin officiating.
Rev. Robert Adams, D. D., was the
guest Saturday night of Mr. W. T.
Austin. His sermons Sunday morning
and evening, at the Presbyterian
church, were fine and were enjoyed by
our people. May they bear much fruit.
Misses Kate and Anne Austin were
over fror Clinton Saturday till Mon
Mr. B. A. Wharton sold a trained
pointer dog last week to a man at Mars
B' C, for eighty dollars. This
is tii '>?rd one he has sold within
twelve mo'it its. The three netted one
hundred dollars each.
Mr. B. 1J. Owens has bought the
pretty cottage in town sold as the
property of the late James C. Rasor.
MKS. JANE HENDERSON BOYD.
Another Qood Lady Goes to Her Reward.
Buried at Mt. Pleasant.
Saturday afternoon the death sum
mons came to Mrs. Jane Henderson
Boyd, at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. John H. Henderson, this city, with
whom she was residing. Mrs. Boyd
had been in feeble health for some
time, but her death was unexpected, as
she had been up and about for the past
several days. She was seventy-five
years of age, und was a most estimable
She was the widow of the late Mr.
John Boyd, of the Centerville section
of Waterloo township, and is survived
by the following sons and daughters:
Messrs. John R. Boyd, of Greenville;
James W. Boyd, of Spartanburg; Mack
Boyd, of Shiloh; "Bud" Boyd, of Ekom
Mrs. E. T. Lawson. of Ekom; Mrs.
George M. McDaniel and Mrs. John H.
The interment took place at Ml.
Pleasant church, of which the deceased
was a member, Sunday afternoon, the
burial service being conducted by Mr.
John F. Bolt.
Blotches, pimples, coarse pores, black
heads are unsightly and denote impure
blood. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea
will drive them away. 35c, Tea or Tab
lets. Palmetto Drug Co.
WERE MARRIED AT CLINTON.
Mr. Charles W. McCravy Weds Miss
Dora Meadows, of Goldville.
Mr. Charles W. McCravy, of Lan
iord, and Miss Dora Meadows, of Gold
villo, were united in marriage at Clin
ton, last Thursday afternoon, the cere
mony bring performed by the Rev. Mr.
Hodges, of the Methodist church.
Everybody in Laurens and many, be
yond its borders, knows the genial
Charlie McCravy, and all these unite in
wishing him a double jwrtion of happi
ness and prosperity. In addition to his
farming and other business interests at
Lanford Mr. McCrary is the govern
ment census reporter on the amount of
cotton ginned, the manufacture and
distribution of the same in Laurens
county, which position he has filled
since the adoption of the plan to col
lect this data by the Department of
Labor and Commerce.
Mr. and Mrs. McCravy will remove
to Laurens within a few weeks, Mr.
McCravy having completed arrange
ments to locate and engage in business
How to Treat a Sprain.
Sprains, swellings and lameness are
Promptly relieved by Chamberlain's
ain Balm. This liniment reduces in
flammation and soreness so that a
sprain may be cured in about one-third
the time required by the usual treat
ment. For sale by Laurens Drug Co.
PEN PICTUR^ OP
TOWN AND COUNTY
Columbia State Issues Special Edition
Containing Complete "Write Up"
of Laurens' Progress.
The Columbia State last Thursday
issued a special edition, containing a
splendid write-up of Laurens, city and
county, by Mr. J. E. Norment and Dr.
IL K. Aiken. The city's progress and
the county's development were set
forth in strong and comprehensive arti
cles, illustrated with various cuts of
cotton mills, churches and residences.
The "edition" reflects credit upon all
connected with getting it out.
Notice to Transfer Certificate of Stock.
To All Whom These Presents May
Concern: Take notice that on the 2d
day of December, 1907, at 10 o'clock a.
m., the undersigned will apply to the
Laurens Cotton Mills, at its office at
Laurens, S. C, to transfer to Willie J.
Bowman, on the books of said corpora
tion two shares of the capital stock of
said cotton mills standing upon
the books of said corporation in
the name of Henry M. Stone,
to whom a certificate was issued, No.
139 two shares, which certificate has
been lost or destroyed.
(Signed) W. H. WH1TENEK,
as Administrator of Henry M. Stone.
November 12, 1907 16-3t
Is right on us and as we carry such a large line of
toys we have to make room for them and we are
going to put on a sale to make room for same.
SALE TO BEGIN
THURSDAY, NOV. 21st
54 inch Broad Cloth in all colors 69c yd
36 " Dress Goods, all wool in all colors
and plaids : 48c yd
36 " Dress Goods, all wool in all colors
and plaids.?. 23c yd
All Wool Red Flannel. 21c yd
All Wool Frisco Flannel in all colors. 21c yd
70 inch wide Table Linen. 49c yd
60 inch wide Table Linen. 23c yd
Canton Flannels are all right now.-.
6c, 7c, 8c, 10c and 12 l-2c yd
A. C. A. Feather Ticking. 15c yd
9-4 Pepperels Bleached Sheeting only. 29c yd
9-4 Pepperels Unbleached Sheeting only .... 23c yd
12 yd. Bolts of Long Cloth. $1.00 per Bolt
12 yd. Bolts of Long Cloth, the
very nicest. $1.39 per Bolt
Nice line of Silks for waists.
Nice line of Silks for waists
.?. 39c yd
. 69c yd
I yd. wide Taffeta Silk, black, blue and
garnet. 89c yd
Be sure you see the Outing Flanneletts
and Calicoes. 5c yd
The very best Underwear, strictly first
class, Ladies' and Men's. 48c
See those heavy Brogan Shoes. $1.25 pair
See the O. V. line of $4.00 Shoes for
Men, only. $3.49 pair
See the $2.50 and $3.00 American Girl
Shoes for Ladies'. $2.39 and $2.79 pair
We have a big lot of Ladies' Shoes run
ning in price from $1.00 up to
$1.50 per pair, sizes 3, 4, 5 and
6, to close at. 98c pair
Now for the 5 and 10c Store
Bargains are always too numerous to mention,
but here are a few.
Large white bowl and pitcher, regular
$1.00, only. 79c
Large fancy bowls and pitchers, regu
lar $1.50, only ._. $1.29
Several 10 piece toilet sets $2.25, only. $1.89
Fancy lamps. $1.19
The swellest thing in a lamp we have, only... 49c
All fancy tea cups, saucers and plates, re
gular 60cts set, only. 50c
Be sure you take home a set of these long
white china plates. They are worth
60cts set anywhere, only....
Large white plates, cups and saucers, sot
17 qt. agate dish pan only.
14 qt. agate dish pan only.
2 qt. agate coffee pot only.
Be sure you take home plenty of these
plates for they will not be sold this
cheap any more, per set only
Bargains are too numerous to mention in both rooms. Every=
thing at Bargain Prices. Many thanks for past favors and twice
as many forjfuture favorfe.
I Remain Yours
J. L. HOPKINS
Mr. H. S. Blnckwell spent Saturday
Miss Lois Goggans of Newberry is
the guest of Miss Emily Meng.
Miss Lizzie Glenn of Newberry is
visiting Mrs. W. D. Ferguson.
The County teachers' regular monthly
meeting will be held Saturday.
Miss Leise Holmes is the guest of
Mrs. Clarence Gray for this week.
Miss Lucia Simpson of Converse Col
lege spent from Saturday until Tuesday
in the city.
The Merna school, Dial township,
qpcned Monday, Nov. 18th, presided
over by Miss Flossie Coffey.
Attention has been called to the fact
that the Watts Mill village offers a line
field for the location of a physician.
Miss Naomi Seawright, teacher in the
Bailey school, and Mrs. Hipp, were
among the visitors in town Saturday.
Mrs. J, C. Garlington of Greenville
has returned home after spending a few
days with her sister, Mrs. J. D. Watts.
Mrs. J. A. Wallace and Miss Nell
Wallace are spending the week in Char
leston, enjoying the Gala Week festivi
Miss Mallie Owens, teacher of the
Byrd's school, was in town Saturday on
her way to visit her parents at Barks
Dr. W. W. Dodson has been in charge
of the Dodson-Edwards Drug store
since the death of Dr. Edwards a few
Mrs. Emma Philson Miller has re
turned to her home in Clifton after a
visit to her nieces, Mrs. T. F. Ray and
Mrs. W. P. Childless.
The city clerk says that it costs about
$1.00 to issue tax executions, and dis
agreeable to summon parties far not
having paid licenses and street taxes.
December the first will explain.
Mrs. S. B. Tally, who has been visit
ing her parents in the city for the past
week or so, has gone to f airfax to join
Mr. Tally, who recently left Tryon to
take a position with the Bank of Fair
Mr. E. T. Lawson, of Waterloo,
brought up Wednesday a load of seven
teen turkeys, and found no difficulty in
disposing of same as fast as he could
weigh them up at 12$ cents per pound.
The lot weighed 189 pounds, and brought
in cash $2o.f)9. They were nice birds,
averaging over ten pounds each. One
old gobbler weighed 28 pounds.
Mr. Eugene Yeargin has returned
from an extended stay in and around
Silver City, New Mexico, whither ho
went last spring for the benefit of his
health. He is looking remarkably well,
and says he never felt better in his life.
He is gladly welcomed back home. He
is going out on the farm, and his friends
will wish him continued good health and
William Edward Watts, the only
child of Mr. and Mrs. J.[D. Watts, died
at three o'clock last Thursday morning
of diphtheria. The little fellow had
been sick for almost two weeks and
three days before his death was pro
nouncod greatly improved but compli
cations developed and the end came
rapidly. He was a bright boy and had
just entered the third grade in the city
school, On the 6th of December he
would have been nine years of ago.
An unusual and deep sorrow has been
caused by his death and the most sin
cere sympathy is felt for the mother
and fathor in their grea', trouble.
At four o'clock Thursday afternoon
the little body was laid to rest in the
city cemetery in a prave covered with
beautiful flowers. Rev. Dr. Robert
Adams of Clinton read the burial ser
vice of the Presbyterian church,
DR. D. M. SWEETS TO PREACH.
Kentucky Divine Will Conduct Services
at Presbyterian Church Sunday.
The Rev. D. M. Swoets, 1). I)., pas
tor of tho Presbyterian church, Shelby
ville, Ky., will visit South Carolina
within tho next few days. While in
the State, he has accepted an inviu
tion to visit Laurens and preach at the
First Presbyterian church next Sunday,
Dr. Sweets is one of tho foremost
Presbyterian divines in tho South, and
ho will doubtless be heard by large con
In Honor of Miss Irby.
Miss Emily Meng entertained at a
unique und most charming affair, Mon
day evening, in honor of Miss Lillian
Irby and the members of her wedding
party. The bridesmaids wevo hidden
to come at 4, the groomsmen at 0. Up
on arriving, each guest was presented
by the hostess with a beautiful linen
doily, stamped with the initial of the
bride-elect, and supplied with overy
requisite for embroidering the letter.
At 6 o'clock a do?on beautifully em-1
hvo.idored doilies, the result of two j
hours of diligent needle work, were
presented to Miss Irby.
With the arrival of tho gentlemen
work was put aside and an elegant
course dinner served in the dining
room, which was most beautiful in its
decorations of pink chrysanthemums.
Mrs. Lamar Smith and Miss Agnes
Adams were the charming waitresses
who neVvOd the dinner and assisted the
hostess in receiving.
A Card of Thanks,
On behalf of .Joseph H, Kcrshaw
chanter, Daughters of tho-Confedcrncy,
I wish to, thank tho ladios and gentle
tto?lS Who, Composed the caste of "Un
dev the Southern Cross", which was so
well produced at the City Opera House
last week for the benefit of the monu
ment to the Confcdorato *oldiers. The
chanter appreciates that the production
of tho play required a greatjdeal of time
and hard work and are very grateful for
the generous spirit which prompted
those who engage^ in it. Hearty
thanks are also due the management of
tho Opera House for the free use of
the Opera House ami a mirmV'r of small
favors graciously done for the ladies
who were looking after the business
end of the play's production.
MRS. R. IL HELL.
Pres. J. B. Kershaw Chapter U. D. C.
Miss Irb/. Becomes Bride
of Re>. iMr. Marion.
The Ceremony Will be Performed by Urs.
Pitts and Pell nt First Baptist
Church this Ctty.
At eight o'clock this evening at the
First Baptist church in this city, Miss
Lillian Farrow lrby, youngest daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. William Claudius lrby
will become the bride of Hev. James -
Preston Marion, pastor of the First
Presbyterian church at Sumter, S. C.
Around this wedding social interest has
centered for several weeks The bride
is a young lady of most attractive per
sonality. She possesses a bright and cul
tivated mind and a graciousnesa and
sweetness of manner which render her
a social favorite. She has grown from
childhood to womanhood in Laurens and
her friends will bo present in large
numbers this evening to see her as a
bride. Rev. Mr. Marion is one of the
prominent young ministers of his de
nomination in South Carolina. He is
a son of the late Rev. J. 1'. Marion of
Lancaster and has a number of friends
here who congratulate him upon this
The marriage ceremony will be per
formed by Rev. Dr. .1. 1). Pitts of Black
ville, S. C. and Rev. Dr. R. 1'. Fell of
The Pirat Baptist church will present
a scene of unusual beauty. The decora
tions, elaborate, but in absolute per
fection of taste will be in white and
Those in the bridal parly will be Mis
ses Bessie Alexander ol Camden, Ina
Vance of Clinton, Mary Mauldin of
Greenville, Pearl Barton of Greenville,
Mamie McCardell of Lancaster, Helen
Goggans of Ncwberry, Emily Meng and
Nannie Kute lludgens of Laurens,
bridesmaids, Hertha Wells and Mary
Marion of Richmond, maids of honor,
Mcsdames W. D. Ferguson and R,
Fleming Jones, matrons of honor, Miss
Lucy Vance Darlington, ring bearer,
Miss Claudia Darlington, flower girl.
Messrs. Albert Todd, George Hallo,
Cresswell Fleming, S. M. Wilkcs, R.
Fleming Jones, and H. G Welborn of
Anderson, ushers. The bride will en
ter upon the arm of her brother, Mr..
Ii. Vance lrby, the groom will be at
tended by Mr. George Wilcox of Colum
Miss Lois (Joggans of Newberry will
preside at the organ ami render the
Immediately after the ceremony .<
small but elegant reception will be h< M
at the home of the brides parents on
lrby avenue at which only the bridal
party and relatives will be present.
After an extended trip North Mr. and
Mrs. Marion will be at home to their
friends at Sumter.
OUR SPECIAL NOTICES.
WANTED Young lady stenographer
Apply in own handwriting giving past
experience, to C II. Gasquo, brcighl
depot, Laurcns, S. C. 16-lt
NOTICE? Tho Gray Court Union
Warehouse Co. is now ready to store
cotton at 15c per bale, and solicits youv
CREAM CHEESE Just received
two tons prices right quality unex
celled. Dixie Flour & Grain Co. 10-11.
COPYRIGHT FLOUR Is pure. Tho
family that don't use Copyright Flour
is to he pitied. Don't let your mer
chant sell you something as good?buy
I FOR SALE- Two office safes. Can be
?en at Laurcns Depot. Princ $36 and
I*. Apply to .1. N. Leak.
, l iOTOGRAPHS This ad and 20
jents entitles you to 28 photographs., 1
different positions if presented by Sat
urday evening, Nov. '2.W. Gem Photo
Co. Over Hrooks & Jones Hardware
I Store. 10-11
WANTED 10,000 feet Pine Dumber,
one inch thick, any width and length;
I$1.26 at factory. Laurcns Furniture.
Manufacturing Co. 15-2t.
! RESIDENCE TO RENT?My resi
dence on corner Laurcns and Hampton
streets, containing 12 rooms, fitted up
with lights, city water and sewerage,
is for rent. E.W. Murtin, Laurens, S. C.
FOR SALE Two'tracts of Land on
East Main street, containing l'? acres
in one tract and 31 in other. Terms
easy. Anderson & Pdukclv, Laurcns,
S. C. 15-1L
WANTED*-To buy for cash a neat
cottage, 4 or 5 rooms, in good location.
Apply to L. E. Burns, 16 It
NOTICE We, the undersigned, for
bid any person or persons to hunt or
otherwise! trespass upon our lands. G.
M. Hannah, A. D. Owens, Mrs. John
W. Hannah, Cross Hill, S. C. 16 It
WE have just received a car Danish
Cabbage, Onions and Irish potatoes, al
so fancy Baldwin apples, By buying
in solid car lots from the producer we
are enabled to quote you much cheaper
prices than you have been paying. Sets
us before placing your orders. Phone
66. F. K. Spratt Co. 1(>-11.
NOTICE We, the und- rsigned, here
by warn all persons that no hunting or
otherwise trespassing on our land will
he allowed; parties so doing will he
dealt with to tho fullest extent of the
law. II. L. Madden, Mrs. M. C. Mad
don, Charley Madden, Joe A. Pinsor?,
L. E. Corbett, .lohn J, .Madden. 16 It.
FOR SALE Cabbage Plants: Char
leston Wakofudd, Daily JorSOV Wake
field. $1.60 a thousand, 20 cents a hun
dred. J. Wcsa Donnan, Kfd. 2, Lau?
rens, S. C. 15-4t
FOR SALE In (own of Cross Hill?
one four-room House, painted and com
nleto in every way. Barn and well.
Five minutes' walk to new High school
and throe minutes' walk to knitting
mill. See or write R, S. Turner, Oros.s
iHUl, s. c.