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l LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION.
Mm. I.Idie I). Wat kins and childron.
nftor u residence of bo\ trnl youra at
Now Holland, da., have returned to
Laurent!, receiving n warm welcome
by all their friondu.
County Auditor Power started on
his rounds of taking tax returns In
.lacks township Monday lUOrnlllg.
MIkh Maodi' Watson of Croon wood
visited (ho family or Mr. J. Wado An
derson during tbo past week.
Miss Maude Machen of Prlncoton is
visiting nor sister, Mrs. it. A. Cooper.
Evangelist Yarborough is in Laurcus
this week assisting Pastor McCarty
in a revival mooting at the Second
Mr. Illnford \V. Hlnkoly, son of Mr.
.1. Warren Htnkoly of Tylorsvlllo, who
underwent an operation lor appendi
citis over a week ago at the Good
Samnriton hospital, Spartanburg, is
rapidly recovorlng, and with favorable
conditions will he able to return to
ids honu very soon.
Mr. mid Mrs. E. I". Minier are spend.
Ing sometime in New York with Mrs.
MInter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. William
("apt. \v. s. Langford of New berry
was a visitor to the City one day last
Mrs. Richard llrown and daughter.
Miss Mary llrown, of Cross Hill Bpcnl
Monday in i he city,
Miss Lyl Mno lialloy of Oak Orove
Is in Nowborry this week as the guest
of her friend. Miss latin Werts.
Miss tlcululi Hallo Is usslsllng MIsh
Nannie Haid? in her school at Fuirviow,
Mr, l>. M, Norwood spent Sunday in
Mrs \v. r Thomasoti and Miss Ger
trude Wright spent Sunday with rela
tives and friends in Clinton, returning
Mr. c. c Fcatherstono went to
Spartan burg Friday to attend the
Anti-Saloon League n ??? tint: on Mon
Deputy Sheriff Culbertsou and fani
ily are comfortably domiciled at th<
county jaii and the new officer bai
entered upon his duties.
Lauren* Prisoner Captured Here.
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Terry a* J
He a I
i ai od
UN \l DLSI
February. 1 ??
from my trust ndi.
All persons indebted t
arrt notified and required
having Malms against said estate will
present them on or before said date
dnlv proven, or be forever barred.
J. N. Leak,
.tan. 1.1, l?00.?-? 1 mo. E^ociiior.
I IN \l. s! I I l.l.HI \ I.
Take notice I hat on the ITth day of
February, 1000, We win render a final
account of our acts and doings as ad
ministrators, with will annexed ol
tl.state of Ivory Curry, deceased,
in the office of the Judge of Probate
of I .nitrons county, at ii o'clock, a. m
and on (he same day will apply for a
final discharge from our trust a ltd
ininisiraiors with will nillioxod.
Ml persons Indebted to said estate
are notified and required to make pay
ment on thai date; and all persons
having claims against said estate will
present them on or before that date,
duly proven, or be forever hat ted
W, C. Curry
I It. Curry,
Administrators with will Annexed.
.Ian. III, I0OP.
I IN \ I. l?ls( tl Vitt.I .
Take not lee that on the lain day of
PobfUary, 1000, we will render a final
account Of our acts and doings as ex
ecutors of the estate of \v i: Lucas,
deceased, in llic ofllCO of tin- .lud;'.. (,|
Probate ol I.aureus county, nl u
o'clock, a. in., and on the sfiUie day
will apply for a final discharge from
our 11 a ,i ns eve* ntors,
All persons indebted to said estate
are notified and required to make pay.
Ilienl on that datl . and all pCI'HOIIK
having claims again i said estate ^in
present thorn on oi before aid date,
duly proven, or be forever barred.
K it Lucas,
t c Lucas,
.fan. 13, 1000, i mo Executors,
XOTICK TO l*lto\ I. CLAIMS.
All persons holding claims against
the estate of Di M C. Cox. deceased,
and agalllSl Dr. M. ('. Cox and Mi:,
Lavlllln E. Cox jointly, are notified
ami required to prose Ute hiii1i0 hefore
me nt my office at Ltitirons, S. c. on
the 23rd day of .lannnry. 1000, at leu
o'clock, a. in., pursuant to order of
(he Court of Common Pleas in ease
of Lavluln E .Cox vs. Maxey a. Cox
F. I*. Me Cowan.
As Special Referee.
.Inn. II. 1009. 2<l?2t.
Furniers' I'nloii linlly,
There will bo a Fanners' I'tiiou ral
ly ill the Court house on Friday the
15th day of January. Turn out breth
ren and let us begin the New Year in
earnest. Lei every union he fully
W. A. RnldWlll, See.
TrOUblO goes out of your kitchen
when a Bucks Stove noes In. See
our line that is made of the hest
quality of Iron In different styles
H. M. & E. II. Wllkes & Co.
Waterloo, Jon. !?.?Mr. H. C. Fuller
spent Bovoral doyu In Spartuaburg this
Mr. Guy Smith hnn Rone to T.nu
roaa where he will engage In busi
.Mrs. Carl Fullor and children, of
LniiroltHi were guests this week of
Mr. j. M. Smith and family.
Mrs. Ilex W. i.anford. after aploau
ant visit to lo r parents. Mr. nad Mrs.
II. I>. Winn. lofl this week for her
homo In Oreenvllle.
Mr. Joe Smith and family have
moved back to their farm in the Ml. |
Oliv?' section of the county. j
Dr. lt. I.. Hartley is at home from I
a visit to friends in Augusta and 1
Prof. Joseph II. Shelly, principal j
mi' tin' Townvlllo graded school, spent
sevmal days this week In Spartan- j
Mr. Hoy Anderson, of Nev berry,
was the nuest this week of his par- i
oatH, Mr. ami Mrs. I?. li. Anderson. !
Mr W. I., 'league is at home itoin
a business trip to Augusta.
Miss .Mamie intrant, of Georgetown
WUH the nue.nl last week of her pat
ents. Uov. atel Mr?--. O. C. Intrant.
..:is>-. Lucy Andorson. of Rich Hid
spool tho holidays in Waterloo.
Ali s Mary Smith is at home from
a pleasant visit to friends in Laureus.
Mr. George w Justice, of Header
Konvlllu, N. C, spent the week-end
Mr. .lohn K . Civil, of Coiuml ...
spent Wednesday in town.
Mr. M. Henderson of Florette? I
is expected this week or. a visit I
home folks arid friends.
lumbia, ar> visiting Mr. J. M. Pvarc* J
TiK-*.day afternooi. l'.r~
*iM?r. Miss Sarah Wtllac- ::' ihi
containing about ohe aero i.-: almost 1
vorth the money. Price $1,600.00.
A nice cottage on (Jarlington .Street.
Some nice building lots on the edge
?>f town, six acres for only $1,000.00 '
Some bargains in nice building lots
and small farms, suitable for truck
farms, just beyond tho Watts Mill, see '
us about these.
We also have some nice tarms on our
list. Sec us if you want to buy or sell
ll. A. McLEOD, Mgr. Real Kstnte
Office in Todd Building.
We haue a few pieces' of (he
choicest Christmas Goods thai
will Ik; sold now a I on
Come now and sec- these bar
gains. Cost is not considered :
1 must he sold.
Here ::> v. hat you are
lo 3kins; for
K\so manager City Press
Sntorpriso Bank Building. Room No.G
Henning und Pressing department in
he basemen I.
Buy It Now
0. B. Simmons & Son
Laurens, s. C.
MONUJWEN I S.
If you uro In need of n nlco Menu
men! fov loved one i I iiiyi prepared t<?
furnish it to you n( very rci sbnnblo
prices. See mo.
J. WADE ANDERSON, Laurona, s. C.
i Bmi Eczema
. One npjilictv
CHARLESTON AND WESTERN CARO
\rri\ al and Departure of Trains, l.aurens,
EFFECTIVE JUNE 16, 1908.
Mo. 1. Leave Augusta.10:10 a ni
No, 1. Leave I.rutrons. 2:32 p m
s'o. i. Arrive Spartanburg.. 4:05 pro
Mo. ?">. Leave Greenwood.... 6:50a m
S'o. 5. Leave l.aurens.. 7:55 a tn
s;o. ."?. Arrive Spartanburg.. 9.30 am
S'o. 53. Leave Greenville.12:20 p in
S'o. 53. Arrive Laurens. 1:45 p m
S'o.'SO. Leave Greenville .... 4:30 p tn
>"o.*86. Arrive l.aurens. 6:25 p m
\*o. 2. Leave Spartanburg .. .12:2') p in
s'o. '2. Leave Laurcns. 2:32 p m
s'o. 2. Arrive Augusta. G:l? p m
S ). 6. Leave Spartanburg ... 5:00 p in
s'o. 6. Leave Laurens. 0:35 p m
s'o. G. Arrive Greenwood .... 7:50 p m
S*o.*S7. Leave Laurens. 8:10 am
s'o. lS7. Arrive Greenville.... 10:20 a m
s'o. *2. Leave Laurens. 2:35 p m
s'o. 52. Arrive Greenville .... 4:00 p ni
["rains 's''> and ->7 daily except Sunday.
Tri-weekly through Pullman Parlor
v service between Augusta and Ashc
. . on trains Nos. 1 and 2; North
. I, T '. es< I a;." s, Sat urdays; Southbound
n lays, We Inesdavs and Fridays.
C H. GASQUE, Agent,
Laurens. S. ('.
'. T. P.RYAN. Gen. Agt.,
Greer.viile. S. C.
A.W. ANDERSON*. Gen. Stipt.
ernest WILLIAMS. G.P.A.,
; KILLthe COUGH
ako CURE the LUNGS
I w,th Dr. Kin
1 New Discovery
i for czms ?
! ,;.!t 4L?. THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
3 V A B i NTKEDS ATIS FACTORS
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
t all State Courts,
given to all business
9r. King's New LBfePtifs
The best in the world.
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?fe ?2pS?| Ml 65c.
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DOUBLE-DISC KCORDS I
A different s' each side 1
,j They fit any machine |
That; tells the whole story except I
I that at 65 ce:o.l ?os the Columbia |
I Double-Disc you get a better record, |
I on each side, than you ever bought be- I
& fore at $1.20 for d came two selec- I
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I WILL POSITIVELY
Save You Much Money on
And make terms to suit your convenience. 1 sell high-grade Pianos, prize
winners at all of the great expositions. J do not haul Pianos
around, peddle them, and leave them on trial. My
companies arc reliable and are able to
This peddling of Pianos is very expensive and the purchaser pays the expense
every time. It is strange that sensible people will buy that way.
Don't you know if you have a Piano ordered direct
from the factory, it can be sold on a
shorter profit? It's injurious to
About. It loosens them and in a short time they will be "Indien down." You
can't do better anywhere. 1 can sell INIiW UPRIGHT PIANOS
I can show you many makes of Player Pianos, and will give you the lowest
prices and satifactory terms. Let me save you money.
The Piano Man.
Laurens, S. C.