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PEOPLE ARE LRGED
TO INSTALL LIGHTS
Major II it It !? In Movement to (lei VII
Residents i<i Cso Kicc(rlcit)
For (itiltti n while Mayor llabh lias
boon much engaged In the mutter of
getting electrh lights Installed in
tlio residences of the < liy. Why bliould
the mayor care about i! M? h?r tbe
?simple reason that if < v< ry residence
in Laurens l.od electric lights Instead
of many having the old time lamps,
the ?div would materially beUeilttcd
in many ways, ami ihe n >id< ins tlutn
selves made more comfortable, ami
safer. Lamps cause many more lir? a
than thu s elet t; leltj .
Tut it is in ihe town's interest to
get lights installed everywhere: it as
slsts tlio ant! Jrities in protituhly car
ryii g out iho contract for tin* pur
clu se ?>r the < lectrii Uy. And the bon
ollts to those who use these modern
and improved methods are lest known
to those who have adopted them.
Mayor llabb has tuen endeavoring
to get the people thoroughly alive to
these advantages, and to this end has
sent the following circular letter to a
number of citizens. Already a great
many have responded ami today there
are vastly more users of electric lights
in Laurens than there were si\ mouths
ago. The letter Is as follows:
"i notice that you have no electric
HgUs in >. m house, l would be glad
for you to consider having them put
in Tight away. Perba?s it is nse'ess
electric lights you relieve the family
of lamps -
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Mf?s$ Heau Succeeds Mi-* Holxen.
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!>< liu's it' l\ v.
numbe r of invited quests pit V; ?.'.:>> at
term i -
l.v.V.?s Aid SOClet> gftvi? .-. successful
oyster ntppet on Frida> evening at
tl e city hall.
A gre.it many people of Clinton were
Interested in th* wedding last Thurs
day afternoon in ftldgeway, of Mis?
Daisy Wilson a:-.: Mr James i> Fuip.
The Rev, Dr. Bean of Clinton was the
officiating minister And Miss K'.i.r
both Hear, was a guest of friends in
FUdgeway for the occasion. i<r L
Men. Kenned? was one of c.;?? grooms*
A comber of Clinton ladles attended
the Mlfsiosary union in Laurent last
\se?k ar t , ..me home delighted with
the meeting and the hospitality , I the
HKTSY II \ Mil.TON COMING.
Create! Full Maker in the South I o
lie Hero Thursday.
I'tidcr I he auspices of the Wednes
day eliih. Uetsy llninilton. the great.
?st fun maker in th<* south will give
an entertainment :.t the opera housf
on Thursday evening of this week, tl"'
prices of admission being 15, _*> ami
cents. The proceeds will be given
the city library, and the worthiness of
the cause should appeal to the peo
? . . i ? that a
e will h?
l't ;sy Hamilton, whdse real viihihe
- M.s. M V. Moore, is ?nie of the
most vi(|ol> known and beloved wo
men in the entire south. in her loiig
ami beautiful life she has made the
hearts of thousands of people glad,
scattered sunshine all over the coun
try litld endeared herself to all who
Have heard her. ihtsy Hamilton is an
impersonator of rare ability, her ne
uro dialect being unsurpassed. She
is considered the Joe Jefferson among
women. The entertainment that she
gives is without a dull moment, and
a good hen try laugh will be compelled .
front the most critical.
a number of people in this city have
heard lletsy Hamilton and all these
will testily to her charm and ability.
i.et the people :ak.> advantage of the
t otn r\ \wii \ r < on i es r.
dinners Vre t rued lO Kilter Contest
Fur I'rlrcs Fitter New.
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COine direct f: . New York to thli
city. M.s> McKinley is now con
ceded V> i\ e :.? st severe ?.rttio?" t(
rank with *nch nr-.:*ts a* Meli*. Schu
matt. Helnk r.t t: ?at..I her ay
pearanc? :< alw - hailed with dellgh
And with *i Iii enthusiasm and a,->
??ar at Havai
y\l. .1. If. IUI YD !! F .
I Strick??)i With Apoplex) u1 Home of
i Wuterloo. Oct. IS.?:Yesterday after,
noon in ? s was received here that Mr.1
! .io!u: \i. I*c?y<l was strtckei. with apo
1 pie the liohio of itist son, Sir. Rol -
ytl's Mill, i ? -
! r ei
; a visit to his .sun when be was *udd< a
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but lie is
fully ;.t bltaself.
Mr. Hoyd was reared i:t Laurens
I couiity, but he bhs resided In c;:><:;
ville for the past live years. He has
many friends, who will be pained to
hear Of lils Hint ss.
C< .|| TV . KK
^< will copy any I noto, or.- ?
g large any picture and ;vv
i make High Grade Pho- g
tographs for you at the ?
: >ffrapher can do ?
more special inducement ft
? ) the
ss r?est i ictures, Lowest
Select them now===there never was a better
time, for we are showing the new models right
from the hands of the World's Best Makers of
We are showing the choice styles=?=all blooming
with the newest and best fall features.
S:ret: Shoes-~Shoes for Stormv Davs?Shoes
New colored tops of crivcnette cloth'--new pcrforatioi
ne\\ "...>ts and toes*-'he\v slmit tops. etc.
$2.00, $2. SJO, S 5.C O to $?.sO
Luck or chance never enters into a Shoe sel
ection here. Then our splendid Shoe Service al=
ways insures a right Shoe and a right fit for every
Woman that comes here for her Shoes
R. E. Copeland
The Shoe \\an,
.rfSfr. Vr>- jrf^i i-^vn ^^w^^^^fB^ ^Sv ^?v ^cw^<t^ >^>v
Twentieth Aniversary Bargain
?: Lanrerts with a hahdlnll ot Goods ami had it not been for
ilVtliiinity - v. . ".".i. :.iV; to bid fill e well to volt . tig rt?oi i
:har.t belle: bargains : v their patrons and have made ail h? t:c>t
Ho Hi I Iv^Veednje iti contact and to this | attribute mv Success,
uns and help tue 6eiebrate. I will have ?o< d honest bargains for
! want to :?/.:??.>:: every their Winlei Outfit. Come see
Y it \\:'.'. be j *sible td ctit Wem; '. attl doing this to show my
itv v v.-. 5or me, and I wart von to conie in to show me vonv
i - e
ting (for t inlet skills) Auivctsan
testate Skirts, >
versai y puce
Men'*, Women ami Children's Shoes (pet pair) ??
from 2401s up to S 1.(1 v
In closing our invitation to you we wi>h you to remember (hut our Fall Huo
of Merchaiidise is the very latest in design and we uro showing the most tas]<
ionable colors. We invite and solicit your inspection before buying elsewhere.
Laurens, S. C\
llvcrj liodj Woloonio