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"] Wish you would say. in your
paper, something tiboiii a mutter ihnl
has become a iiubiio nuisance. There
arc some bads hoys in this town who
lire continually writing the vilest,
oh: tcno "stuff" tint! yon over hoard
of on the pavements in front of our
residences: they get this chalk up at
school and go around town Dither in
the day time or at night and write,
aimOs 1 every where there is place to
write, all kinds of nasty, dirty things
which people cannot help seeing. Ii
is a shame to our women folks and
makes it embarrassing to walk on the
"My dear Sir," replied the Reporter,
"i!...- is a thing that Iii.' parents of
th< SO hoys have to look titter. The
Advertiser could write Itself blue in
the race and it' the parents cannot
train their children well enough in the
way ; of decency and respectability
to prevent any such nuisances, it will'
nvail nothing: except, that the paper
can call attention to the fact that if
the paronts do not have a care in this
matter they may suffer severely for
their children's misdoings, because
.May i" Ltubb states that he wiil make
it pretty wann for any who are
[tut may the Reporter say this: if
the p. rents of those hoys who get into
mis thief of this kind will just take the
(rouble to look into the everyday hab
its their hoys, see what they read,
who they run with, how late they
stay rut the streets and such like, I hoy
will be bettor enabled to direct them.
These low dirty Jesse .Mimes stories
that some of the hoys fairly devour
are a) the bottom of a great deal of i
mischief thai troubles oar people. |
Something was said lit The Vdvor*,
User a few wooks ago about skating:
on the cement sidewalks of our city.
Of oourso it is a grout temptation to
(he boys and girls to take advantage I
of s.i<h line, smooth places to Skate
On?it's great fun: hut I hoy will have
to t o: li/.e sootier < r lad r that tie' oil; ,
authorities will not permit it m be
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the iidowaiks sooner and m.>;??? rapid
|y than any oilier kind of use. The
city i- aware of this and unless the
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have -o take i!i ! mutter up.
Ti? nil In .- Itendaiic ? upbtt crtttri:
The Advertiser Will welcome :?>;: on<
and ;.M lb Its otiioe during your stay
hi the City; come hi at any time make
\e . elf at home and welcoin .
new graded school letildiint: Is
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tent in constriledloii. its eor.vei -
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? LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. <
'. 'v. .>. S, Cunningham, of the Pea
Uidgo section, lias moved to ( luiton
with his daughter, Mrs. i;. V. Godfrey
Messrs. J. L. L?ngsten and C. A.
Power left Monday for Spnrtanburg to
utt< rid t'..- meeting ?>f tho Head Camp,
\\. U. VV., no\V in session.
A musical entertainment for the ben
efit of the citv hospital is being gotten
up under the direction of Mrs. Devcrcux
Mr. \V. II. Drummond of Lanford
was in tho Monday returning from
Greenville whore he wont to hoar Hev.
(loo. VV. TrUCtl on Sunday.
The Wednesday Club mel lasl week
with Mrs. T. 1).' Darlington. Another
meeting is to bo held next week at
which some important matters cd" bus
iness will be discussed.
Mr. !?:. 0. C Wans of Clieraw was
in the city Tuesday of this week.
Dr. J. Q. Wilbur of Waterloo was
among the visitors to tho city Tuesday.
Hon. Jos. McCollough of the Green
ville bar-M as in Laurens Monday.
Colo L, lease. Esq. of the Newberry
bar was in the city Monday. it is
learned that Mr. Ill ease will defend
Will (ioodmaii, charged with tho luur
| ?'.??I of a negro at Cross Hill.
Mrs. If 1?. Godfrey, widow of the
lamented Dr. U. F. Godfrey, has bough!
a home in Clinton ami moved to that
place on Monday of this week.
I Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. X.
B. Dial entertained a lew friends at
an elegant dinner in compliment to
Miss Mary Uamseur of Concord, N .C,
their charming guest of this week. The
evening was most pleasantly spent
ill delightful conversation. The din
ner was served in the elegance ami
ease of style that characterizes any
occasion at this hospitable home.
Miss Romsuer is indeed a charming
personality and a conversationalist of
Surpassing skill. Those who met
tier on Thursday evening were charm
ed with a number of delightful stories
about her recent tour through Europe.
Mrs. Dray ton Mnhaffey spent last
werk in Clinton with her daughter,
Mrs. w. K. Bramlett.
Mr. Smith Lnngford, of Newbo.Ty,
???lent Sunday in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Ander: on. Mrs.
.lohn F. Doll and Mr. 13, (). Anderson
went to Clinton Monday afternoon to
att< ml the funornl of Mr. .1. P. Dlllard.
Mr. Dick Child ross has returned
from Atlanta where lie has been at
n nding a business school.
Mrs. i;. i.. C'lnrdy and little daughter
have litis week foi' a visit to fronds
In .o hii. ten und Wiiinaboro.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Coster Simpson
apenl TlitirsdiiJ in Columbia.
Mrs. Kitchen of Spurthnburg spent
t'i ? week-tad v.'itli her parents. Mr
and Mrs. VVniTett Holt.
Capt. Win. m. King ami daughter
Miss Kl hol, of Alexandria, Vo?. spent
lusi week In tho city tho guests of Mr
ami Mrs. J, VV. Payne.
Miss Until Payne of Winthrop col
legi spent Saturday and Sunday al
her home in (ho city.
Mi', M. !.. Ni ls.m of Cross i?'.i Wtii
i:: tllO city Monday.
Mr. c v. McQuoln of Clinton is on.
Oi tllO n.-w balll'i'S for the coiiri house
M ?. W. X. \iis;:n of LlitireUS I'ouli
".. whs In tho oiiy Monday on business
Me: ? r... Jno. v. Gnrllngioit, .!. s
Young and M. c. Jeans, former oiii
o: the Semlnolo Securities Co,
. ? .. rent til i Thursday for Chatta
vvi^s in (ho city Monday.
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(ii tho VVatl i Mi Iis lidii rd ql ?' 1
t. in tin
\ an is ho hn) boon teaching di riu
;>..>! year tit Luwnihtio, North Curnl!
Mr. Luther Mitchell, student nl
Sp-irlnu High Schocd, located In i,
drum, I'pciit Htindr.y lit the city,
gun : of u'U kinsman, Mr. John Art
Miscellaneous Sale Thursday.
The Pastor's Aid Society of the
First Presbyterian church will conduc t
a miscellaneous sale on Thursday of
this week in the Barksdalo building,
west side of square in the rooms form
erly occupied by the Western Union !
Telegraph Co. The sale will open 1
a? li' o'clock, midday and continue to i
an hour in tiie evening. in addition
to the dainty things to wear, that will
I bo ott sale, the ladies will serve a 1
salad course and oysters. Everybody
i.-. Invited to come.
Service at t hesnul Kldge.
Rev. w. i",. Thnyer of Laurens will
preach til Chosriut Ridge Baptist
church ?h next Sunday aft irnbon at
Escaped Convict Returns.
Lonnte Fleming, the negro eonvlet
who made his escape from one of the
county chalngang camps about ton
days ago. and for whom a diligent
search was prosecuted by the ofllcors.
returned to camp one lUOt'titug last
week after having made a little trip ,
over to Atlanta, paying a social visit
to some obi friends there whom he
had not seen in a number of year.-.
\ev. Deacons Ordained.
At the Flv&i Baptist church (Suliday
night, l*io three a jvly elected deacons
wire ordained in tie usual sii?ple I
form Used by the llaptisi churches.
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Take notice that on the llth day of
March, i ?.'?>:>. I will rendor a llnul
account of tny nets ami doings us Ail.
minl8trntor with will annexed of the
estate of William Simpson, deceased,
in tho ofllce of tho Judge os Probate
of Laurens county, at II o'clock, a. in.,
and on tho sain.- day will apply for a
Until discharge from my trust as Ad
iniuistrator with will annexed.
All p rsous Indebted to said estate
are not Mod and required to in u fee pay
men! on that ?lato; ami all persons
having claims against said estate will
present them on or before said ?lato,
duly pro von, or bo forever barred,
it. i\ Simpson.
Administrator with will Annexed.
Fo!;. itj, 11 mo.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law,
Will practice in all Slate Courts,
promt)' attention given to al! business
A Sure Cure for Piles
Mr. K. s Randall nl No. >o K.a?t Main St,
l.rr."', n \ , uttivi that liloodino Ointment hu
proven efficacious In a stubborn cat* of Pilea and
Itecial I Usures where every tiling else has lailsd.
Uloodllte I liniment i> !?? tri on a |>ost(ivo guaiant??
to euro I'tlc* or rnoucy back<
i> the ni ft heating naive in the world. Ii wltl i>"<
ltl"fly i;r< < us, Inirns, old rores, tctoiUA "jttci,
* ..t ihoum ami all akin ili-c.u* >.
round at Last
.? for I ?.?mi. Mr* Charles lllanchardo(
l?| .. |.hu I'.i., wiii. s iii.it she had ?u tiered for
man ? \ us with ili.? terrible ili?c.t ami had tried
\ : .. . nltri remedy for it, but ronld not (tod a
?cur'" until shs ?i? niHIwil to try llloodltia Olnt.
i in c;'. .il .1 t.i In-r great snrpriio one box healed tip
I m.wrly .?II ol the old sores, and tho recoud box
? complete!)'cured her vK a box by mall.
I lllooctinu 1 yet VW'.i cute l"um>lli>Atlon. i$e. a
DR. l>. l\ POSKY
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WILL ( OMMKM i; OX
Nothing but new goods, will be put on this Sale,
As the great Carnival Sale that we have just
closed cleaned up everything in the way
of old spring goods that we had on
hand. Prices for this Sale are going
to be very attractive.
Look over them carefully.
! .aches' Ready - to-Wear
5. o (iowns only .; j
50c I'uder Skirts, White .; 1
?75c I'hder Skirts, While '??
51 ?c I ,adies ! irawcrs ; ;
250 1 /adies 1); liwer.s
2=jc Childrens ! >ra\yers .: ?
15c CliikuxMis I >ra\t/ci .s [ jj
loc Cltildrens I )ra\veis >,
$t.oo Indies Shirl Waist 7"
|vadieS Shi it Waist -".'j
500 Ladies Shin \Vaisl \~
1 nice l>aii liu.i Skin left.
The ftitlbroidery Lace
will 110 ciit just as I alway
do in the fiuick.
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.? Slit ks 61 llitii
ic sure to (ret som
Buy a Spring Brown Linen
..'(>(.- the \ .ird, ? itil\ : -'.r
1 t!:c yard, <aily 1 ?e
. ? (lie V ml. oil!'.
. s s.:.( m . < ixf< ?r<ls i
1 Patent Leather
Men's at saine
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! i<?so Si; 1 ?!? ?rters
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I nditi I .inein
ilv LO yards to c
0, the yard
these bargains; everythm
come to this sale
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