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LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION.
Little Miss Louise Smith, dnuRhte!
of Mr. und Mrs. Fleming Smith, who
has been seriously illwith pneumonia
is now out of danger und rapidly re
covering. The nurse, who had the
ease in charge, left Sunday for Co
Mr. it. W. Sexton, formerly or Pel
zor and latterly of Greensboro, is now
in charge of the drug department at
Dodson-Ed wards Co. Mr. Sexton is
??? graduate in pharmacy; ho is a na
tive of I n'on.
Mr. .'. T. Compton, formerly of Lau- I
rens county, whs in the >iiv last
WOeU Visiting his mother ?.?!) route two.
Mr. Compton Is now superintendent
r.!' the oil mill at Crawford, da.
Mr. .1. A. Plpi r of Durham! N. C
is in tlie city doing some roofing at
the Lauren:, mills. Mrs. Plpor also
is here, ami ti ey are making their
home at the Oilkorson house.
Mr. 13. U. Cu< is of Walhalla was a '
visitor in the city last week.
Mr. T. A. Drummond of Lanford was
in the city Moudaj.
Mr. .1. T. Power was here from Dry.
son on Monday.
Mr. Qeo. F. Dul'oh of Gray Court
was in the cits Friday.
Capt. W. S. Langford was here Mon
day en route for Atlanta.
Prof. 1 13. Curry of Greenwood wan
in the city Monday.
Mr. Pierce P. Irhy has accepted a
position as clerk in the Walls mil!
nftlccs, assistant to Mr. Thos. I. Swy
.Mrs. Joseph T. Johnson returned to |
her homo in Spartanburg on Monday.
Mr. B. It. Wilkes left Monday for
Charlotte to consult n specialist. Mr.
Wilkes has been unwell for some time
and his friends hope that (his trip will
be entirely successful.
The railroad companies are putting
in a now floor a', the station eating
Mr. Barle Wilson, after quite a pro
tracted illness, is again able to he out.
Sheriff M. M. On ford of N'ewherry
was in the city Monday on business.
Quite a crowd of people were in the
City Monday, that being (he Or.-1 falr
weathor day in over a week.
A number of music lovers of this
city were disappointed in their wish
to hear Madame Calve in Columbia
Monday evening. This noted singer
I) came ill in Savannah Sunday and
her engagement at Columbia was
The Helping Mam's society of this
city, though Mrs. U.Fleming JoilOS,
lias contributed $5.00 to the Italian
eai Unmake sufferers.
Miss Leila Pane, teacher in the
Cross Mill schools, spent. Sunday in
t ie city.
Notice of Stockholders' Meeting;.
You will take notice 111 the annual
meeting of tho stockholders of the
Enterprise Bank. Lauren?. S. ?'.. will
">e held in its office on Tuesday, Jan
larj" 26th, 1901', at 3.00 o'clock, p. m. ,
N. B. DIAL. Presideut. .
Oxide of Zinc?Wim! I? it!
Ita the wearing quality of tho L. & I
M. Paint wh.lle white lead is the elas
tie quality of L. & M. Paint. Wears I
'ally fifteen years on outside of house.
Posts ready for use about $1.20 per
J. 11. ? M. L. Nash, Laurent,.
('Hilten Pharmacy, Clinton,
I5&26 L. & M. Paint Agents.
Some men moke both ends meet by
dining on oxtail soup and beef ton
You will gel n good nights test il
you have a good mattress on your bed. ?
That Is the kind you will get from US. '
See our line before you buy.
s. M. ..<:? B. II. Wllkeo & Co.
Such weither as we've been |
having, and lots of Men, Women
and Children out without
Shoes ruined and fee', wet.
Colds contracted, mid all the
ills that befall, when one goes
out without Rubbe
Rubbers for Men 75c to $1.50.
Rubbers for Women 50c lo S^e.
Rubbers for Children 40c to 60c.
We've all the good styles in
Rubbers that we can guarantee,
No bargain sale trash.
Everything, that's good for the
feet, during the Winter season.
The One Price Store. Cus
tomers Shoes Shiaed FREE.
LICENSE FOR HAWKERS \M>
Py virtue, of an Art of the General
Assembly of the State of South Caro
lina, therefor providing, tho County
Hoard of Commissioners for Laureus
County. State aforesaid, do hereby fix
the following License Foes to bo paid I
by hawkers and peddlers doing busi
ness in said County for and during
tho year a. D. ma:*, to wit:
For Foot Peddlers, Fifteen Dollars;
for Peddolrs In one-horse wagon. For
t> Dollars; Peddlers in tWO-horso
wagon. Sixty Dollars; Peddlors of
Stoves and Hanges, ihe Sirs! vvagoll
Sixty Dollar, and for each additional
wagon Forty Dollars; Peddlers of
Clocks, for tho fust wagon Thirty
Dollars; Peddlers of Lightning Hods,
for the first wagon Twenty Dollars,
and for each additional wagon Ten
Dollar.- ; Peddlers of Spectacles oil |
foot Ton Dollars: Peddlers of Speit-,
uoles in vehicle Flften Dollars: Ped
dlers of Sewing Machines for the
first wngOll Fifty Dollars, and for
each additional wagon Thirty Dol
lars: Peddlers of Pianos or Organs,
for each one horse wagon Highly Dol
lars, and for each two hor.se wagon
One Hundred and Twenty Dollar.
All licences to be issued by the
Clerk of Court and to be of force
until the 31st day of December, A. D.
lno'.'. im provided by law.
Done in regular annual session nl
r.aureiis, s. c. this Tib day of Jan
uary, a. D. 1905?. (SEAL)
Attest: II. H. HUMBERT.
MESSER BABB, Co. Supervisor.
25-4t. Co, Clerk.
Xotlec to Teachers and Trustees.
My office will be open Wednesdays.
Saturdays and first Mondays.
GEO. L. PITTS.
24-31 Co. Supt. of education.
Nine-room house in Ora. S.
C. This place is situated near
depot and there are twenty
eight acres of land surround
ing house that goes with it.
If you ore in the market for
a nice home, write to us imme
diately and we will arrange to
have the place shown you.
State of South Carolina.
County of Laurens.
Spartanbutg, S. C.
Any man in L?ntens Count} who
is not under 28 or over 42 years old
Life Insurance free
If he sends the following informa
tion to me, not later than
Saturday, January 23, 1909
I was born on the day of
i /?V. (dire yea, .)
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to come: to a close
Saturday, January 22
YOUR GREATEST OPPORTUNITY !
Never such or ices put on. New, clean, fresh merchnsdise. Odd lo every descrip
tion will be sold. Some of the biggest bargains of Ui . e will be offer I h i i U w
days of this sale. New lots of short lengths have com - in since th sa st rted and will
be closed out as we do not inten S to carry over anything in short \ ? , h or o I lots of
any description. It will be your gain if you taki adv mt ige of the v ? id x thai
we are offering in this great sale.
Never Such Prices
On Ladies' and Children's Muslin Underwear. You
should see the wonderful values that we are offering.
Garments well made at prices that you would have to
pay for the material.
DO YOU WANT OA/if?
Now is your chance never such v, lues <
people. We do not intend to carry over a sin$
as io d? this we will almost give their awa;