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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. \
Mr. and Mrs. L. 1). Curry of
Courl were in the city Monday.
Mr. J. B, Johnson am) fatllllv
Oray Courl spent Saturday and
?lay m the city with relative?.
Miss Lulu Taylor of Princeton is
tue guest oi relulives in the city this
Mr. and Mrs. J. I\ Smith of \Y
were in the city Monday.
Misses Mayme Crews. Sarah Daub
May mo Tolbert. Mary Bolle Faller!
Cora Armstrong and Ruth Payne, r<
turned to Winthrop college Monday,
having boon at home lor a few dnyt
on account of the typhoid fever epi
demic at the college.
Mr. W. R. Kichey's lim- litil?
died last Sunday.
Miss Llllle Miller returned to
throp college Sunday.
Mr. Sam L. Saxon and familv
Mr. Saxon i
moved to Clinton where
engaged in business.
.Miss Lucile Wilson of Xewberry
rived in the <-iiy Monday in visit Miss
Prof. I 14. Curry of Lander college
(llT-OllWOOd, was in the city Monday.
Mr. W. It. Rlchoy. Sr. returned Sai
urdn> from a business trip to Atlanta
Supl. Alb,mi w. Anderson's privali
car Was Inn' Sal unlay afternoon.
Mi: s Boss i larl of Cokcslairy i: in
the chj this wi k \isiiing relatives.
Misses Lillian and Olllo I turns ol
Barksdnle were in Hie city Monday.
Mr. R. Casper Simpson of Glenn
Springs attended the funeral of Mist
Lulle Wright, held in Lnurens Frida>
Rev, \V. P. Smith, a promiuenl Bap
tisi minister of Spnrtanburg, visit ??<
the family of his son. Mr. Laniar Smith
and other relatives in the city during
the past Week.
Mr. .'. 'r. A. Bullew was recentlj
made a member ol the Executive com
inittec of the state Fair association.
Mr. s. i:. Honey was in Charleston
during part of Gala week.
Messrs (). I'.. Simmons and J, S. Ma
chen were in Charleston last week for
the Shrine meeting on Wednesday.
Mrs. T. I). Darlington was n visitor
in Charleston last week, leaving Frl
day morning for Suillter to visit he!
sister. Mrs. .1. I'. Marion.
Mr. Robert I!. Voting was among tin
visitors to Charleston during Gala
Mrs. W. II. Dial returned Sunday
from Sinnier where she attended tin
annual con\ em ion of
l>i:il is regent id' the
Ixod Henry Lnurens
I lied November I?,
the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I!
S. Wallace; age two mouths.
Mr. mid Mrs. 'I". I). Blackwell of Urn
West, were in Lnurens Friday* to at
lend the funeral services of Mr. J. x
I). A. R's. Mrs.
Chapter of Utk
I DOS. Catherine
well is 111"
well o'" till
ii* this city.
It. A. Anderson of Waterloo wa
city Saturday on business.
'I'. .1. Col,-man. one of Mount
up-to-date ami prosperous fa
was in Laurens Saturday.
. .1. |>. Hunter or Cold Point, af
lor n very serious illness is now much
Mr. oJff M. Rhondes. who has for
sonn- time been manager of the Fiber
Ion Steam Laundry, bus accepted a
position with the Carolimi Steam
Laundry of Spartangurg, of which
Mr, T. K. Iludgons recently became
proprietor. Mr. Hhoade. is Milte
well known in Lnurens.
Mr ,i. 0. 0. Fleming returned Frl
day from a short visit to Ghitl'lcstoi
during Gala week.
Mrs. II. K. Alken. nftoT a very pleas
ant week's slay in the city by the Sea
returned home Saturday.
Mr M. B. Crisp of MoUlltvlllo was ir.
Hie city Monday.
Mr. T. 0. Turner. .Ir.. went to (IrOOlt
wood Sunday afternoon, returning or.
Mrs. J. II. Tongue returned Saturdnj
from Cliarloston where she nttended
a meeting ol" the King's Daughters.
Misses Clarn Da von port, Joan Mon
Iciih, and Jessie Thompson of Cold
Point are attending the City schools ol
CulhorlHon sp< nt
with their homo
.Mr. and Mrs C.
Springs were in
in. o. a Nouffer ol Abbevlll
In do- city a while Saturday.
Anderson ami <'.radj
Sunday in Waterloo
ii. Pettus of Harris
Ihe city Siiturdaj
ran be made of many cheap prints
or engravings. Just n frame will
it'. Beautify your walls.
Hang them with pictures.
Frames an- cheap. VVc make
them at little prices. A large
line of various styles and sizes in
siock. All well made and nrlistic.
Frames to order on short no
tice. An immense stock ol
mouldings to select from.
Yours for success.
NICHOL S STUDIO
West Main Street
DUR SPF.CIAI. NOTICES.
S. ('.. It. i
Klvillg \ I
Don'; miss. ii-,e opportunity of Bow
ing our pianos nl ,: i New Laurcns
hotel ii ;- week, und get'ing Informa
tion In regard lo Ihciu. It will pay
you If you urn Interested in a first
class piano. Holland D rot hers.
For Sale? A line lot of Cabbage
Plants: Charte iton-Wnkoftold, l?arly
Jersey-NVakellold, vVlnningsludl, vari
eties; $1.50 : ?? thousand or 20 cents
a hundred .1. v.\ Doiinun, Laurcns,
? \o. i:t-r,t
1 in se? our pianos at New
i l. during conference Week
e>ll V Holland will take
all Information. I lollnnd
dcasure in showing them to you and
Tor Sa!!- t)i<o thoroughbred Red
Polled Hull two j ;ars old. Address
i. s. Cralg. II. i ? D. No, l'. Laurens, S.
II v.ill niij you in ..! ?? our pinnos at
Now Laurcns hotel tnis week If Inter
ested in an in I.rument. Holland
Boys Tins Is your chance. A nice
?> year old "Donkey" for sale, T. K.
liudgcns. 501 10. .Main St. 16-21
LOST \boul Ihe eighth of Novem
ber, a bob-lulled, white nud brown
Spotted Seller bitcjt. Howard for re
tttrh or Information as : < whereabouts,
K. 10. Boyd, Itffl. No. 0, I.aureus. S. C.
For Sale Slngl ? s at buggy in good
repair. T. K. Iludgem . "?01 10. .Main
Dentil of at Voting Man.
A it < i an illness of about four weeks
Mr. ('ha -Ii'- Brill g. the 20 ; ear dd son
of Mr. i. I'. Urmrg. for several years
a citizen of Han tens, died last Satur
day a? the home of his fat' .-. .oho now
resides at lOnnro??. Sundry aHOI'IIOQU
the hod.v wtts brought lo I :iur< us and
laid to resl in the city t neu ry, the
Dev. w. 10. Barre, nsslrtod by Rev. W.
|>. Ilaminctl and itov. .1. n. Crout, con
ducting Die burial service.
Kdllor Hearst, whom Roosovoll so
recently bitterly denounced, visited
the President one du.v last week and
conferred at him ul length. Various
?ire ti cotilectures as to t!?c meaning
of this conference.
Water Well Drillers
Are Honey Makers.
Evcrynody it e water. A drilled
well is thi only means of obtaining a
pure, cold and unfailing supply. Dug
wells and springs are simply cess pools
for collecting disease breeding surface
drainage, fci> per com. of Typhoid
b'ever is contracted from bad water.
A Keystone Drill w ill penetrate tho
bed rock and tap the pure, unfailing
streams below. All surface water is
securely cased oil'. A drilled well
rarely goes dry in tin' most protracted
drouth. It is sale,
There is more money in a Keystone
Drilling Out lit than in a Threshing
Machine and you work all ilu- year
round instead of three mouths out of
twelve. Machine is the most complete
on the market and must not 1 o con
founded With cheap and liiinsy out Als.
Drills a 0-inch hole through any forma
tion le .ii ?? de tired ?!> pib at ilu rate of
50-feel a day in ordinary formations.
Costs $5.00 il ?!.'.v to run in fuel
and labor. Will gu anywhere under its
own steam and can be set up and put
to work in lio-minutcs.
Write for catalog No. 1.
Keystone Driller Company
Beaver Falls, Pa.
Every I ime
You arc reminded thai jusi such a
disaster is liable nl any time to
overtake your \ roperty.
You Can Protect
Against SUell ft loss l'< r a very small
amount <>f u. ? OiVO US a
chance tO demonstrate to
you the economy and
desirability of bur
I? il'C I nsuratii 0
E. Ii. WILKES & SON
General Insurance, Slocks and
Laurcns, S. C.
Special Offering This Week
J. E Minter & Bra
A Heavy Cut on all Men's Black Suits
Good News to Gentlemen Who Wear Good Clothes
Who want an i. p-To-Dalc Black Suit \vc wish to say that
THIS WEEK ONLY
wc offer ever) Black Snil in our big slock at
20 Per Cent. Off
of the lowest cash prices of the- season. The trade will not
be able to properly appreciate jnsl what this great price
reduction means without inspecting our elegant line of
Black Suit--. In our stock will be found all the new things
in Unfinished Worsteds, Unfinished Serges, Smooth Ser
ges and Tibet, in Single and Double Breasted, Stout and
Slim, iu fact am weave you want to lit any figure, and
think of 2< > per cent, oft, this makes our
COPvniOHT ir>o? CY THI MAmM or
FINE C LOT H I IMG
MICHAC'.S, r.rcRN * co.
PIOCHISTC?. M. V.
s.?><") Black Suits
2? i.i 11) 1 '.lack Sui!.-.
1 S.50 Black Suits
1 s-< " > 1 'lack Suits
I 2.5? 1 I?lack Suits
II ?.o0 I Hack Suits
I 2 '< N )
corv n >a
1 hi r/ a h ? nn or
MICHAeiO, Birnn 4 CO.
nuiHltu n. H. v.
Coat Suits and Cloak Bargains
Wc ask special attention of the Ladies' to many extra good
values in Coat Suits and Cloaks, our stock in this department in
cludes many of the most stylish Garments of the season and our :
prices will meet the wants of the most economical. /
If You Haven't "Fixed for Conference," see our i
line of Quilts, Blankets, fable Linens, Napkins and
v- ? , ?
J. E. MINTER& BRO.
'I he keliahio Store.
Mr, and .Mrs. W. .1. Hryun will \isit
Tampa. Fla. this winter. Mr. IJrynn
will also spend a while in Mexico.
The cotton convention at Memphis
last week set in cents as the minimum
price for cotton.
The town of Hamberg Htlffered a
$7">,000 lire Thursday nicht in the
burning of the oil mill.
Croup Quickly Cured.
Don't Lot the Chilli ClloliC to Death
While Wlllting for Ihe Doctor.
Ilyoniel, Ihe miraculous, nnllRoptlc,
dry air treatment, will cure eroup in
either tllC fll'Sl Ol' second stares. Kasily
Inhaled, even when the breathing is
Irregular, it reaches mote promptly
than any other remedy the terribly In
flamed membrane of the windpipe, its
soothing hilsatns act immediately, the
Inflnmnllon is allayed, and the swell
"Nq| long ngO OUr little boy, Walter,
awoke in the nlghl with a had attack
(d* croup. We allowed him to inhale
llyomol; he began lo breathe easier.
and in half an hour was fast asleep.
1 am glad to speak a good word for a
remedy that will rob croup of its ter
rors."?-Rev. Deo. Rlsson, pastor of M,
Ii. ("hutch. South Londonderry. \'(
llyomol (pronounced lllgh-o-mei is
guaranteed by the Lnurons Drug Co.,
to cure Cntarrll, COUghs, colds, asthma,
bronchitis and eroup, or money Pack.
A complete outfit) Including a neni In
hnler, costs only 11,00, An extra hot
tie or llyomel. If afterwards Deeded
... i but 50 cents.
UXIUTTOltS' SAU] <?l I. \M>.
I'.y virtue <>! power vested in us us
Kxeciilors la. I Will ami lOWta
ItlOlll of lv< : v <'un y . ,!? ? tSOll. WO will
sell at Iho lad residence Of tli" testa*
tOI', at ii o'clock, ;:. in., on Iho 10(1)
day of I ><?? < min i-. IJMlS, (!:<? following
dcscrih <t i fllCI of la:.'I. in v. ii . all thai
piece, i in reel or Intel ol land, lying,
being und situate In iJial township,
l.auri ns COUIlly, S <'.. two miles from j
(Jray COlll'l und Owing Slnlioih ????11- j
tnlnlug inii- hundred und thirty-seven
i'::7> neres, more or lest hounded hy .
Innds oi estate of Martin < it ? j. John '
It, (hitry. .Innie: ?rmst ron ? und
Om- good dwellng house with out
buildings ami one icnuiii house, f'lace
[ well watered, I'lol may he seen i?y
calling on us.
1 Terms oi Hale Onsh; purchftser to
pay lor papors,
W. (*. Curry.
Iiihu It. < 'ui r.V.
i: <c< iiioh .
November 2fi< IftOS, it-:'.i
Von will find hero ihe largest ami
best lino of plain while lilshes from
which you can select any (hing you
s. m. & K, ii \\ like d Co.
Some Individual or corporation con
trlbuted .:"" lo tin- Itepublicnn
SeO our line of Dinner Sets in dif
ferent designs, decorations ami Rl7.es,
at price; ymi can not dupllcnlO -'t any
a. M \ i: FI, v, in . i
Center I'ohil Ni'hs
Center Point, Nov. 21. The Center
I'ohil school opened .Monday llio ICth
with very good attendance, it. C, God
. i i v tonchor.
People in this community have al
most flhlshed gathering their crops
I lere as in other places, the crop wtn
Mrs. Margaret Moon1 from Cold
Point was in this coninntnlty this
?veoki visiting her brothers, Messr
Thomas and Merry Klinoi'C.
Since the bird law was out. people
have begun to go hunting and on nl i
every hide can bo hoard the report oi
Mr. A. B. Culhertson will move to I
I aureus to act as deputy for Hhorlfl |
Owlllgfl, There is also souk- talk o!
Mr, Voting Oodfroy iiiovIiik to Ware
shoals. We regret to boo these hieii '
leave this community.
The frOMlfl of this week and tin- OIK
proceeding killed all the greon vogn
j . -
Hen Ices al Ursl Methodist < hutch.
Thanksgiving services, at which
Ulshop A. w. Wilson of llaltimore i>
io preach, will he hold at the First
Methodist church Thursday morning
I at 11 o'clock. On next Sunday morn
lug Dlshop Wilson will again preach |
ihe Nfethodlst (huroh.