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ORA FINE FIELD
FOR A PHYSICIAN
renn1?1 of Tlml Communit) Waul a
Doctor 1'? 1.orate There?1 touts
of ii Personal Character.
Ora, June 22.?What the Ora peo
ple are In need of most just now Is
a physic;;-.:.. In March Dr. S. F.
Blakely disliking so much riding, left
ns and moved to Spartunburg, and
since that ti::: > we have had no doc
tor nearer than Enoree. The atten
tion the doctot'3 there give us is good
but their fees are necessarily high on
account of mileage, and it is lucon
venlenl to sen ! so far. it seems to
us that this Is n line location for some
one. Besides the ?ra practice there
is rn uhoe'eupied territory of tour or
five miles ( :. cither side tuul the peo-!
pie of th< so districts would gladly'
give their sappori to ti good physi
cian located here. We have had a
number ol t rospectors, ninoug them
Dr. Mc.Cutchecn who notilled ns that
he would l ? r ;; ly to take up the!
work the first of June, but since then I
ho hos changed his plans and has lo
cated elsewhere. Thus the (leid Is
Mr. Oeo. Lnuderdale and Mrs. Boag
of Wlnnsboro attended the marriage
of their i leca, Miss Blakely.
Prof. P. W. Rabb was with us re
cently, soliciting funds for the new
Euphemlau society hall on Erskine
Mrs. .1. I.ivy Watson of Bradley was
in town o:.^- day last week on business.
Mrs. Hagau <: Due West is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. w. .1. Bryson.
Mrs. s. F. Blakely ims returned to
her home In Spartbuburg. To the
delight of her ninny friends here she |
remained some days after the Blalcoly
Yotlng wed ling, to:- which she played
the wedding march,
Misses .... title itnd Margurei Byrd
< \ m? .'I HY'S itbTOKT.
Work > Coiupleletl on liiesiluj Mom
in-j i f I'liis tVeek.
'i (i hI3 I lot 1 ? ? ??? i 'C\ in 0. pi L.iuiiif.
of the for.:", for their kindness and
tunny ctiihr! ? shown us ;it ? ts
term oi' court.
We hove carofiijly examined rtnd
passe I on at' bills handed us by the
Vfe, the (Ii ?' ! -in . having lue! it
broushi lo ( attention thai Ferrel
Mllojn i< living in adultery with a lie
gro woman, we the ?rund jury, re*
spectfully request that the Solicitor
have these parties, summoned as wit
uess. - in Ibis case: Ii. B. Blakely, 13.
ii. a '.dr. W. W. Adalr, W. M. Irby,
ind ''. i- Ma Iden.
We i li'thermore lind lhai the over
head bridge < a the road from Laurens
to Milton across the (\ d W. C, B. li.
is Improperly Constructed and main
tain-1, .lie! .:. tilt unsafe mid dnnger
ous con lltlon. ftnd menace to public
travel. The it authorities have
promHcd mor ? tium a year ago to r?
place this wb( ilen bridge with :i mod
arh steel structure. We reednm.eild
that !' " prbpe'.' authorities lake n >e
essa :y actlbti hi the premises.
We furthermore recommend thai
'.he Supervisor of tl'i* county have
Olectile lights installed in Hie Court
room id t!. ? two Jury room..
Respect fully submitted.
\ . a WHITE.
I f ?ine v. omen huven'i nr
talk * > they chew gum so ibelr jaw:
?von'- get rusty.
OIR SPECIAL NOTICES.
Howard- Five Hundred Dollars Re
ward is offered by the citizens of Gray
Court for the arrest and conviction of
the i>ersou who set lire to the stores
of Willis & Curry, O. E. Moore, anil
R. h. Gray, on the night of May 13th.
1900. .1. N. Leak. Intendant. 42-tf
Tor Side Out- .stock .of Genera)
Merchandise. stoek in uood, clean
condition. Inspection and further
Information apply to Putnam & Put
nam. Barksdale, s. C. 4t;--_'t.
Wanted White girls to learn a
good business and earn $350.00 to
$500.00 yearly. The work is easy,
factory is well ventilated, and board
can he procured for $2.50 a week.
pood home. Seiden her:: & CoUtpnuy,
Cigar Factory, Grecnvillo, s. C.
Notice l hereby forbid any tier on
hiring or harboring M. .1. Darnell as
he is under contract with nie. S. It.
l or Sale A few bushels of the fa
mous "Lookout Mountain" Irish Po
tato, tor fall crop. W. 1'. Harris.
Owlngs. s. c. 4?-2t.
Wanted Experienced Operators to
make Overalls. Voll can earn from
.". in dollars per week: also learners
taken and paid fair wages while un
der instruct inns. If you can do
plain sewing we can learn yon in a
week. Delightful work room cool
est place in town. Come or write at
one-'. Marion Clothing Factory.
M. .1. Johnson, Slipt., Marion. S. ,C.
Wrong in Part We have been ac
cused of giving away goods. We de
ny this charge in part, but we admit
that we do sell same goods lor less
money. .1. C. Hums & Co., Prop. Red
Wanted The trade to know that we
have hist received enr meat and lard,
car number one timothy hay. car
corn, car while oats, car meal, also
fresh shipment of Snow Drift Lard.
Dixie Flour and tlralii Co. IT-:.'
Wanted To buy a farm of one hun
dred acres or more. Address .1. ('
Nelson, Mountvllle, s. (J. it
ItCV. W. K. Tlum r Ha- Scsirlcl IVier.
'I i..- people of l.aurens were pained
last Thursday to learn that Rev. w.
]'. Thayer was suffer lap an nttack
of sctirlel fever. Stich an illness is
rtire among adults and usunlly se
vere. The physician In charge s;at->s
lhai Mr. Thayer. while gradually gei
?iiu: rhl Of the fever, i.- .-I ill Sttffei'ifig
lion, the effects, whleli arc more to
he feared ihan the lever hseif.
See its when buying
groceries it you wattt the
freshesi and the best prices.
See its also. We invite at
tention to a fine line of
Teas and the best Coffee.
[?resit Crackers and CV.
this w eel
The Cash Grocer
Next Door to Palmetto Bank.
PHONE, NO. IS
J. L. HOPKINS
Laurens, S. C.
WE SELL THE
ALL IO CENTS EACH
FOR I HE
ONLY 30c PER YEAR jlj
SEN 1 SI MI-ANNUALLY
, FEURUAKY 1st. AUGUST ttt j
A N D
We cordially invite you in to inspect our Stock of Goods and
get prices. We know that we can save you Money on Seasonable
Merchandise. We watch the market and buy at the lowest possi
ble prices. We haveThree Reasons why you should buy at Switzer's:
First. Because everything here is this season's goods. No
old junk left over from last season.
Second. Because when you buy here you j>et just w hat you
want at the lowest price that can be made.
Third. Because we carry nothing but the best Herdhandise,
and guarantee everything we sell.
W e don't ask you to buy from us, but ii you want to get your money's
worth of Genuine Bargains come and look through our Stock and get prices.
15c White Lawn, forty inches,
75c Lace Curtains, three yards
1 L- all Silk TalTeta Ribbon,
No. 40. Special
20c all Silk Taffeta Ribbon, No.
The Iferjjuson McKin
ney Shirts for Men and
Hoys, neat Patterns,
uresj. stripes and broken
W< till : v..- ( f v< r.t" tin dies*
We show values and st\Ie in S'.i ?
Counterpane <)x.;. $'..25 value, special
Uhibfellas, i() and 2S-i::ca, special,
28?inch Cototed Hatiste, neat fi^nrei atk! stripes 7 :-.
Chatnbreys, Apron Ginghams and Dress Cattcrti
7 :-2c values, special
36>iach Set Is",ittd, special
Host Calico, Ameiican Shirtings and !e Hand
3o?inch Good Bleaching, 7 1-2-2 values, spec! il
2/'UiCQ White L>awn,S|[>ecia!
Hleached Tape Nock Vest, special
Special Values of Undermus?n:
25c Cofset Cow j s,
50c Coi'set Co\ ers,
75c Corbet Covers,
50c Drawers; special
750 Drawers, sbeci d
Petticoats fn ??: ;?-<
(i6\\ Ms from i.se U
Clieiuics. Special from *<ic
new sluipc ::t r;
iv ,:.. 'iv ,? <. ; ??
A fitte* assortiiyent <J Children's ( >n
1.ither, V'iei and Tan, Ties and Ankle S:
to 2\s. $l.$o and -X:.7.5 value. Speeih:
Ladies Shirt Waists
$6.0 . White- and Hlack Messaline W list
0.00 I'iak and Hltto Messaline Waist.*
5.00 N'c't Waists, White and Cream
7.5 > Net Waists, Cream
3.50 Set Waists, White and Cream
What about that"colored Parosol to male
u have just the kind yon :i:l- i
Specia' from (/8c id
We have just received shipinent
\Y< IV. ] '? - I! : I
iusi lite kind f<>: Mid-Siliumcr.
MubSmuiuej lias bt'oUqrht f? :th UcW Shapes ficadwCafi
We have everythiisj? Unit's new add ttf)?H>-lhe-niinute,
S;>et :..'. prices throughout this Department.
Remember we are showing Good \ allies throughout our entire 5tock of Sea.
Next Door to Enterprise Bank
Laur?ns, South Carolina