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PART TWO; PAGES NINE TO TWELVE
IN UMBER 12
ITEMS OF INTEREST
IN SOUTH CAROLINA
Culled and Condensed for
RESUME OF PAST WEEK
Current Kreuts of Interest in This
State Selected and Briefly Noted
For Advertiser Headers.
Greenville ? Hastings Dial Woods,
a gallant ex-Confederate and a prom
inent citizen of Danklin township,
died October I In his 73I'd year.
lie was a man highly esteemed by
all who knew him, a good citizen of
the strictest Integrity, a loyal friend
and neighbor. When the call to
arms sounded in the early sixties Io
was among the first to go to the front.
He was a member of the 20th South
Carolina troops attached to Hamp
ton's legion. lie distinguished himself
for bravery in many a hard foil gill
battle, and was wounded at the battle
of Cold Harbor.
New York?The annual report of
the Western Union Telegraph Co.
showed total revenues for year end
ed June 30 last, as $30,511.072. The
surplus for the year was $2.S7.~>.-I2I.
Cnmden ?County Supervisor M.
C. West went to Westvill-- on last
Friday evening's train to look after
Henry Tillmail, (adored, on,- of the
chaingang convicts at work on the
road leading to Kershaw. who was
reported to him as sick and unable
for duty. Local physicians of that
section seemed to think him a(11 leied
with appendicitis and on Monday Io
was sent to the penitentiary in Co
lumbin for treatment.
Bennettsviile?The demonstration of
the Price-Campbell cotton picker near
her was pronounced a success. Tie
party of Northern men interested was
increased in number and the machine
was operated in their presence and it
picked a bale of cotton in about 00
minutes. The cotton was ginned at
once and showed up about as well as
that ordinarily picked by hand. The
exhibition was not Strictly a public one
as the purpose was to demonstrate to
those who would likely become inter
ested financially. Mr. Theodore Price
nnd Mr. Angus Campbell have been
here several days, and it is understood
that the other members of the party
of 30 are here upon the Invitation of
Charleston?Breaking all speed rec
ords for long distance (lights, the bal
loon St. Louis No. :i landed near Ridg
Vllle, 31 miles west of Charleston.
The balloon carried A. Ii. Lambert
and S. Louis von Puhl, who arrived
after their thrilling cross-country
flight. . They bad exhausted their bal
last, and, seeing in the distance the
waters of the Atlantic, which they
were fast approaching, they were
to descend. In Hearing the ground
the balloon caught in a tree and nar
rowly escaped destruction. The dis
tance from the place of landing to St.
Louis in a direct line is approximately
660 miles. The highest altitude retch
ed was 12.400 feet. The average tale
of Speed was 44 miles an hour.
MR. BARR FALLS FROM TREK.
While Squirrel limiting* Kden Man
Eden, Oct. IS.?Mr. John Ahcrcrom
ble has purchased the plantation be
longing to Mr. Larry Armstrong, lie
will move some time before Christinas
Mr. Wm. Mabb suffered a painful
accident Saturday afternoon while
squirrel hunting. He had climbed a
tree, and in the effort to get the squir
rel out of his hole, fell to the ground,
dislocating his left knee. It was
thought at Hl'Sl that the leg was
broken, but examination by Dr. Black
of Greenville, revealed only a dislo
cated joint. Mr. Babb, while suffering
intense pain, is doing well.
Messrs. Kufus Armstrong and Krs
kine Babb of I,aureus were in ihr;
The cotton crop here is only about
half what it was last year, according
to the report from Brooks Bros', gin
Dr. II. h. Alken llivlled.
Dr. II. K. Alken of this city has re
ceived an invitation to the Tall ban
quet in Charleston on Friday evening.
Novembei 5th. Dr. Alken will attend
if bualn?sju duties permit.
FHE GREATEST OF STATE FA5S1S
EVERYONE WILL BE IN
COLUMBIA nOV. 1 TO G.
Big Events Planned?Ail Soits of
Tito forty Hi-t iiiintiiil stalo full*, to ho
hold in Cohmililu Xovoiiilicr I lo ?. promises
in lif Itio lust in lllO Itlslilf.V of till* Sniilli
Carolina AK**lf*nlturol mid Mooliaiilral So
oloty. Not ????!>- my ttio |?i't>inIiiiiih ?IVoroil
larger tliiiu ovur hoforo, hut ii.Ulcers ?!
I lit* nrganlxntlnn hiivu urrmiKcd ?< pro-jrnm
ttltit will bring Iniinlrotls or visitors from
noar by Hinten,
on Siiliirdii.Vi November C. IIii? foilturo of
llio closing iluy will k?o tin' t i-.it "i P.I
dent Tiift, Ho will mal??! .in address :ii Iii??
fair ?Iroillids I o soVornI llioilsanil |ioo|do unit
ilfO-rwaril w II ho itikon llironifli iliooily ana
slmWtl III*1 |M'lllcl|'lll |n>illls itf illl"H'M.
'I'lic |ii'oinhiia list Issued sonio tliiio uu<>
slmws Ilia I a 11111111 ii r of V:llOill>lt' prizes lire
offered im Hu- liosl display of fiiriii prod
ui'i-i. This was olio oi Mio features luvt
your in which ihoi'o Was lively com pel It Ian,
ami farmers I In iiUKlinill tho stale lll'o Writ
he.; Hecrelnry l.ovo I'm' lllfot million as In
die coiidllioiiN for entrance.
Alioilior feature last year was illo liolloll
sliow. TIioco wore ho 111:1 ay entries in tills
de|tiirtiiioiii Uinl llio I ?ololy lias ilool It ?!
lu her.easo ill" prizes und classes i?i lie ml
mil ii-ii mid .1 K| colli I s pa Co hits 1.1 ?ct
,isl,M r??r ill-- dogs.
'I'llO r.n iii:'. of ? ???.? i-- <-. Will In- |||l in tin
high siamtaiil. Since llio society lias Intncil
lllO \ ii ;;ini i i'inmin:! - 1 ;i'i>i ;:ia racing oil'
.-l.il. Hi- llnl'soX s.-1.1 Simlli Uli- koiiio 'il
1I10 spc.-.lio.u ia iho ???1:111! i \. uinl an i'xaiii
in.1.1.hi <<( ?? mi' nl llio I'c.'tirtls now licllig
mailo i'll llio Vli'v'ida iriieks win show Hut
no.it sjiofi It promised ilmsc \ Ii ? 0:00 foi
1I10 o von i Urosldehl Mnlilt*) wit: sec ilial
ilio riO'liiK >- Kcpl alisnliitt'lj i-totiii,
A special commit too Is til woi I; 011 I lie
o.tiioa 1 lonaI i'it'iiarliiiimit, Ii Is |tlaiuu'il to
liavo Tuesday ~.-t nsltlo for llio s.-hoii|s mid
??iili'ii's. an.I with a view In i'llooitrslglllg
|iliilr ill Si'llt ill :nii| college w ill. i'OHsiilOI'll.
Ido Kp.u'o Will In? ;'i\i-li for iii.' i'.vlllhltS.
Sliver ami hroii'/.o nietlals tiro awai'tlt'il as
pllxei. 'Ill,' >lilileli!< mill |ll||i|ls must
their admission oiirds from llio officers nf
llio ii'-|.ii\.' Institutions mil' week lntfiii'0
? In- lair.
Military day 111 llio fair also promises in
in- largely aiicinlcil, Prizes have 1.a of.
fore.l, ami II1111 I'rcshlcni Mnliloy, nfioi a
enllfi'l i l.i- ? ft'llll a IllllllllOr nf otril'oi's llf iii,'
Koiilh I'ami Ina ?uurd assiielalltni, aetlvt
work is Im'Iiik 1I11110 riiiihnjj 1 tie various mom
hols in nrdci i., in.nr.- a largo lltloildlllloo,
further niiiioiuit'eiiioiii eiiiieoriiiii^ iln- comli
linns will l.i' 111:1,1.' la I er,
Aside from tli" f ur proper liiere will he
hundreds m 11 It rnet Inns, Im-ludhig a In rut'
mldwny, mid llio main *irooi i.r it,,- opy
will In- lim-,1 with shows iiinlor Hie com nil
nf llio officers of Mi - |-'ii|r society, Ami
don'i forget H10 t'aiiilina (Momsitii fnniiiall
game en Thursday, (If course all llio rail
mails will soil Kpoolnil) rod.1 tickets f,.f
all visitors hi llio Kliite fair. Tlio intend
ami' promises I.. I,,, in.- largest mi record.
Itl<; < I lit f S VT SPA KT A \ Ml IN.'.
Itnriitlill and Italics lo Kxhihii I here
on Wednesday Oclolier 'J7.
The Barn 11 tu ?v- linlley greatest show
on earth is to visit KparlatlbUI'g. on
Wednesday. October 27thi Never
since the beginning of time has an
amusement enterprise so tremendous
in size been organized as this one. Its
magnitude is almost beyond belief.
All America, together with every
foreign country, has been scoured
from end to end by agents of this big
show in search of novelties and the
result is a performance brim full of
sensational ails now lo the circus
world. In the big llarnuin .V IIa I ley
show are nearly 100 tll'Onlc stars,
most of whom are seen now for the
first lime. A new sensation will be
seen at every performance in ".li'P
ITKK. the balloon horse." This re
markable animal with its fearless
rider ascends 10 the dome of the
Cll'CUH tent in a balloon and descends
to the ground in a shower of fire
works. Xi rly loon animal wonders
are to he found in the big Ins cage
menagerie. * herds of elephants, in
cluding one herd thai actually plays
Upon musical instruments in time and
tune A group of giant giraffes,
monster trained hippopotamus, only
living bl-horned rhinoceros ami hun
dreds of other strange beasts. Bor
num K- P.ailey's big,, new, free street
parade is the mosl gorgeous process
ional display ever attempted in the
history of cirrus business. Its tre
mendous size and wonderful length
can only be believed in the actual see
ing. It is natural to expect this big
ClrCUM to lead all others in quality
and (|tianlly <d' it ; street spectacle as
well as in its splendid history of near
ly hall a century has it displayed such
extravagance as is shown this year.
The spark of love Is usually kindled
before there lo a match.
Please Vote for Tie
My Dear Friends:
The Lnurens Adverllser Is going lo
glvo away a mighty pretty piano, ami
1 want in gel it. Won't yon help Hie?
I am tin- little girl that papa wrote
you about several weeks ago; I am too
small to work myself, or to go to see
you all. but papa Is doing my work
lor me. Won't you Note lor IU0?
Send coupons, subscriptions, and re
newals to my papa. A. Itoss ltlakcly,
or to The Advertiser office.
You enn see from my picture thai
I am too small to work very much,
but when papa comes to see you,
please give him your subscriptions.
The Advertiser is a good paper:
everybody in the county ought to have
It, and it costs only $1.00 a year. A
year's subscription will give me 20(1
votes. Try it a while and you will
like it. And then too. I would like
to have your renewals: they count
just the same. If you owe The Adver
User a dollar, or any amount, phase
send it to nice or to papa, or just ask
The Advertiser to credit the votes to
me. i uiii appreciate any help that
anybody will give me.
The contest will not last so much
longer, so please semi in your sub
script ions as soon as possible
Please vote for me; l will thank
you so much.
I'INAL SKTTI.KM HNT.
Take notice that on the Mb day o!
November, 11)00, I will render a Until
account of my acts ami doings as Ad
ministrator of the estate of Addle
Fuller, deceased, in the olllcc of the
Judge of Probate of I.aureus county,
at II o'clock a. in., and on the same
day will apply tor a Until discharge
from my trust as Administrator.
All persons indebted lo said estate
are notified and reipiired lo make pay
ment on that date: and all persons
having claims against said estate will
iiri sent I belli on or before thai date,
dill)' proven, or be rOrcVCI' barred
II. It. Fuller,
Adiiilnisi ra tor.
Oct. <;. 1000 i mo.
CREAT POPULARITY CONTEST
I Vote for
(Not ?o?d After November 20lh.)
A*k 7?"r I'ruKftUt for CIM-CIIHS-TKR's A
DIAMOND IIKANI) PILLS In loo :ui.!A\
Coli? tiK'tnllic Im>xps, Konlcl Willi lilu,(0>
KU.'..Ii TakH HO Orntn. Iluy of vourY/
lir.,,,.,1.1 und Hk r..r < lll.CIIKH. I (It H V
I) I A M O N l> 11 It A N i? I' i MM, for I? tv-fiw
yc.ir< regarded HI Bttt, Safest, Always RellHblC.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
TIMK Pl/CRVW/UCRP WORTH
The State Kuh'.
Si\ (lavs of fun ami enlightenment
is wlitu lho state fair promises visitors
Ulis yeti|\ Thn lair starts oil Nom-iu
bor i ami will continue until tin' night
of November (>. President Tuft visits
Columbia on Saturday, November tl
Two root bail .cairn s including I lit*
Clcuisoii-Cnroliun game will be
played. Other niirnotivo, features
will he In the lisl (his year.
The Male ?ii Soulli Carolina,
( miul.i ei' I.aureus.
IN ( Ol'KT OF COM MON I'l l \s.
I! /.. WltlOHT. I'lalnlilY.
I) .1 KNTKKK I N, YV V. IM TN \ \l and
N VTION VI. HANK < IF I. U'UF.NSj
S ('., I ?eleiidain. .
Pursuant lo ti derlei- hi Foreclosure
in Hie above i laleil ease. | will sell til
public outer.! to Hie highest bidder, at
1.aureus C. II.. s. <'. mi Salosilay In
November nest, beliig Monday the Isl
day hi ih?i imiiillt during the legal
iniiirs for such sales, (he following
described prop??rty lo w it j
Ali that certain tract ur parcel of
land sitnaie. lying und being in I he
State and Comity aforesaid, contain
ing One hundred ami IIfly (Infi) acres
mure Or less, hounded by land of C
It. Ilrooks, Mi'i Hut oil .1 tiliii I'ohct'i
toil;, or Nancy Koborlsi 'i estalci An
hrson H?here? -.<. K. T. Sil? I! ami
.ihcl's. Hetiig i >> nauii' I racl colt
I'.v'll In I !
' I ell a ms (Iii t he -a < : ? Of ! > -i m!-> r
j.SSS C!" djiod t ' which i i.-curded
In Httoh ."? : t pa??' . I< \eii|it seven
acres of lite si>iiim sold lo \iiden:<?h
Robertson i and ip'u nid'es in addliton
In jhe i tellniin html Mi ii\ ? : ml to hliii
by .1. If. ('ill Iii ??; ipii.
Terms ??f fcnh : ?b\'K Ii \I.F C VSH.
. Uli (bite (if : : !?? I iii' < i'lMlii purl Ion
? 'i be jia h) i wet vo lilohl I - fro'fU
f the pUrOiliVSt'!' (iver lb" ::.id p|e|||
with !'-ave to ptirchn >cr i?> pa\ l.i
entire bid in < a ii. I'ili'Cliii ? r to piiy
?or papers, I; i>e ii'i'piS oi sab- are
i o! complied with, i in- bind lo he re
old on ^ .ii.r ! liiiii' : lihscipicill
Snletiday on same leriliH, til risk of
former pit r< hnshri
.Kit IN C. ll()|.T.
c. c C i?. liiid <; s, Kiiureiis. s c
I hi ted. i his Oct. .Mb. Ibo'.t. 11 ::i
The State of South Carolina.
( nun l.i al' liiinreiis.
in ( oi in ok t mi won pi,!-: \s.
\V. P. FC M.F.K. Plnlntifl
lll'CII Fi M C.K. I.I I.I. \ Al S I IN.
KI.ANCIIF. KASO'K, WNII-: I.AKIHK
DIAL. MAKSII \l.l. A. I.KAMAN.
IA I. I.KAMAN. WII.I.IWI I.C.\
MAN. ,\IVi; A I.KA'eAN. Kill I.I.I.\
I.KAMAN. HKNTt > \l \TTIIK\VS.
CAKOl.INK M VTTIIKWS. and .1 Y.
MATTIIKW S. I), I'eudhlil
Pursuant In a decree 01 Sate ill ill"
above stated eft ??. I will :.|| al public
outcry to tin- hijghp! i bidd' i . ai I.. II
reiis C .11.. S ?'. on Sab . day in No
vember ii'-M. being Monday the Isl
day of tin- month, tliiriiig liie legal
hours tor such fiabiS'i (he following
described propel t> 111 wit;
All thai i raci of )ail?l silHate in I.ail
rens Coinii'.' in said State, contain
Ing i w o Ii ti ii<] r< d and lift? i ??: i . . ntdn
or less, bounded on iIm north by l u d
of .1. \V, Turner, add Oil the east lij
binds of ('. \'. Hipp, on Hie spillh b>
lands of Coiiwu.v Hltil and on lue
west by lands of Matjie Kimlstiy, aid
Public road I'rolp Cro Mill fowaril
I.aureus < 'ihm i I be: -
Term., of Sale: ().\ I'. II \!.C CASH
balance to be paid IwelVo inoiillui friiiii
date of sale (lie creilll porlioh lo be
paid twclVc Month? froth dab ol sale,
the credit pot (toil to be secured by
bond and mortgage ??f the purchaser
Illteresl I'm.'ii date, with leave In pur
Chaser to pay iris entire bid in en Ii
IMirchasnr to pay for papers h (ho
terms of sab- aj-e nol compiled wllh,
tin- laud to lie resold on Sllhic or I ohio
silbseipieiit Sal.sdas on Stlllie Mini .
ai tin- risk of fpi hier pot cliil! '.'i
,101 IN c HOI.T.
c C.C, p find f. s. Kauri us; s c
liat.-d thi, ()cj. Klb. !'""i i l-::i
STATU <)!' S?)l 'III < \ I mm. IN A.
('iinni v of I ,aur< ns.
Ll/.'/ie Farrow . Indiviiluall\ and :, Ad
minist ratri> o
Kitri ov,. (Icceii (id I'hiinlill':
I ? .
I will sell at public atP-t i?ui at Lauren.
i ? ' I I
ne\i i being the 1 ! diij of : in- fiioulll i.
dui'iiig the legal hour: ol sale, tl,.- fol
lowing described (racl <-i Mind 10 wit:
All i bat pi'-ce. pa reel <>, (i a< i of
laud lylilg. being and situate in Hi a I
township, Kaiirein ciMinty, oho mile
from (he corporate limit of I'Viuiitaiti
rim, coliliilulng seventy-six (ViH acres,
more Or i'esi and bound- d by lands
Of T. i:. ilolies, T. C N< I ? Ii I. S Nel
son. Y. It Hi : llgM lilid !?: . S. S.
Terms of sal??: * "at It. I'un lihser to
pay for papers. If pdrchtisicr falls to
?-ompi> Willi I lie (erliis of ale. (he
pienii.es lo In' te old on I he same or
some Silbseipieiit sab dily, ill (lie rhd<
of the ftiriiier purchtiser, ami wiihoui
III I'lllCr Older Of I 11 e ???lilt.
(i <;. Tl I? i.M I'SON.
Oct. C, 1??9?3t.
Real Estate Offerings
',127t hp res In ltd I miles of Cross Hill. -Ill acres land mar Ow.i...- Station
known as llio old Campbell place. I????id?d I? I???' ??' ?l","> -'"?es
, . , . ,, Ton. ltiaiul.it wltli dwelling ami tint
Price $lft per acre, haay tonn?. Iniildlags price $:i5.ikj nor aero,
107 noi'os of land bounded by lands
,., . ... .... , . , or, acres ol land, with dwelling, good
?N1 11 "older, vs. I). Abcreromble. ami |)(|1>|| ;im| ou( buil(?nR8i lieur ()wlllKH.
others; s room dwelling, :'- tenant |?ricn $;:...nn; terms made easy.
houses, good barn and nut-buildings. Ml acres bounded by lands of Jeff
I'riee $25.00 per acre. Terms: $ 1,000 , .... .
. , , . , Dnvls and Herbert M uliu; .: rood t oil -
<????? remainder in live, equal Instal ,,??....... .,?,, ,.,??, bsmi( |>, i( U
IlHMltS. $50 per a' I e.
17 . acres known as old (Joodgyn .?.,,... ,.,,?, ?,..,,. lh0 |,M!or|iornlod
idaee, has S room dwelling, tenant limits of the Town ol Kounlaln Inn
house;, lino Corn mill in good running hounded by lauds of Hobt. Taylor, T.
order With .. horse water power. l: ?>/''<".. Adanc; and Others;
dwel I in:- . ami out hi, < h 11 li rs. I'l'lCO
Price fl.utlO. lerms made easy. $7000 per acre
122 acres of land, bounded by land; . , , . ,
Inn acres of land, with live room
, r Mniisol Owlllgs. Kvil .lucksoll, and l|wt,?,,^, ;-,,,??? lemuil house, good
Warrior Crook. I'rloo $20 per acre, on) buildings, mar Hickory Tavern.
Sullivan town; hip Price $15.00 por
117 arse; of land near (.ray Court. ,...
hounded by land ; ol |-J. T. Sil II, \V.
1:. tlrnyi seven room cottage, line acres of land in town of 1,1111 ford,
|m,.n .??m.iidor s ami lino plisl Wl"' hoUH? :" I'd' aero.
lll'o. IM'leO $00 per acre. <>,,,. bit at l.aurens Mills, with well
, and 2 brick chimneys. Price $1150.
2< a ai r i o! laud near Inirbin ( rook
church, hounded by lands of W. T. SO acres of land in oho mile of the
PniTs and l,:<il roll's Wllite; it tenant '" w a of (Iruy O m, 1, will, two tlWOll
ho.ises. well limbered, good Male ?1 ""? ? |,"r" W I" '' ?II*
cMiilivilllllli. I'm. e $:;(. per acre. - .. .|(.n,.. nf |:ih(, jn )ow|) 0( (.niy
: . iioivH land, hoiiuded by land; of dwelling ami .buildings.
.t. I:. Wi ll 1. Thomas Hurt . and others 1 1 !'"'
,n" '*"?'" dwidllng. g.I oiii :us ncres df Iniid nenr lutbiui Crook
'"><>??'"" ? Kkom. I'riee >.i.. per vhxtr<.hi .Iwelling. three tenant
ho., e,. P;joo $:S2.r,t.r acre.
line lo, ;t Walt: Mil!:, will. kovoii j. , ,.,..,???? .?
room coiIa 1 ? . 2ui 1. 1 1 run and Hill ,1.11 111 1 . ...
. 1.1. Clltliell, lioead.'d h\ lam;.; ol \\ . I*.
eel l|iv 1,, w Ith lie .11 u.ai.it. I 1 ice . . . ,, ,,
,e , ? ?Harris ami .Ihn, Iturdette. Seven
room dwelling, * lemuil house:,, good
Some vniiiuide properly in town id |,:"" i,n'i biilldlugs. I'rleo $::u
Clinloii. Nlim hu sines... lots on lirnitd IM'r acre.
.:"'i. ranging in pi .< e limn S?iiy 10 . 1 .? 1 , 11 1 I.
... ' , , 1.0 noros in hal town:.hip hounded
1i...111 per o. I wo lots oiling on . . ... ... ?? , . ?> ,.
.lU-ovi' street. $::hli end. One .. .l: ,i H' llains l.iidy Llolt
1 ? au.I I,.?id.1... !... .?.on..,.- Mi. '"! "1 1 WMtltt? 0. I'rlcij $l.,U)0,
? I"-"-'" <"'" les aces of land in Creenville eoun
w,,h !M,J?MUIul riiddenc- t,m,011 ,<t. ,??,,,,. ,ovvimhip, bounded |,v lands
uusgrov.^ . .re, ., price $.!,?tiu. Son ,? yUir . K|juw ,,?, Tnylor nnd (Mulgli
llio ear v 1. \o;i \\ 1. I, lo pur. have. I t s . . ? , . ?? >??> .. ..
. ' ion daciv, known as tin- I hoiiias lien
,: all e\eelil lolial O' ijioi 1 II II II .V. ... .1 . I-. .:. ... ;..
' 1 m it pl.'.ee. mi I.none river; six room
I .".n ,-n ?I,..; land, on.- half mile ol I hal dwidlilig, 2 g.I tenant houses and
church, with a hand 1. .Iw.lline. .'. klii|'<! hUlldillg, I 'i ICi > $11,000,00,
tenant hmmes ami ro.nl outbuildings. ,
... , ll'l n*ToS bolllideil bv laml.i of 1 .
" >??? SV!,nl 1,1,1 1?'. 11.11,,.,. and M.lehell Owens, in :i
1 '? i-r .???-. |lij|((s 1 j!M,|(.lls; :: dweiiim-s and
r.2 aere - of land jiisl oiilHide of tin- "," blillilihgs. I'llcu >;???? P'-r acre.
corporal.; In.,., ..1 'lie tow,, oiCay j i>jjom ,.,,,,.,,.?. w|,j, |m|| nn<l
<?'Uil. With hue lenaiit house. I'm.-., ,??,.,?, ,;;i! ii,,;-.,,.. avenue.
I'-'? I'ri. ?? $1,1 f.O,
Twp ae,e lo, in ,|,e town of (Ji-.-iy ., .,,.,,?. in ,IiVli (;,..|V <.??,.,.
Conn, with 7 room dwelling, nicely ?.,.,; |,tlj,llili;. sill. p, j,.,. *;,?(,.,,11.
ItM-nled, I'riee $2,r,on.
127 lien land in Sullivan township,
(),n- III '.if - lot. GO feel frollt, I ."?<} \) loom dwelling, g(?0(l out IttUldingH, 1
feel ilei-p, in lowii oi (li'uj Coiirt. letiaiil house. Price :|"!U per acre.
100 acres id land in 1 oungs lownship,
One lot at Walls Mills, 2.r,0 feel fron I II room dwelling, l.\yo tenant liotises,
by 70 feoj (loop, 1 room COitllgO and good barn. I'rice :,'2.^">n.
out IttilliliugS. Price $|,(,till.
1, acre laid 1 mile.' ol I.aureris,
lb, heron of land hounded by bounded ,b.V land.; Mr\ I'.lli'gess, Hoi,
Will Marlin and (Janet I lands. Movoi| llrown, .1 Hl?. Maddi-n ami ol her..; 0 tea
room dwelling, ?' lenaiii hi,uses, good ant hoiiai's; 7 iior.'-.i? I'.-triii in cultivation,
barn mid out l.uiblii,:- . I *?j?-. - Will he cut ill to jot of 1(10 ficri.'M caeli.
per acre. I'riee .??:!,. per here
J. N. Leak
Real Estate, Stocks and RornJs. Gray Court, S. ('.
Nearly all women suffer at times from female
ailments. Some women suffer more acutely and
more constantly than others. But whether you have
little pain or whether you Suffer intensely^ you
should take Wine of Cardui and ^et relief.
Cardui is a safe, natural medicine, Tor women,
prepared scientifically from harmless vegetable in
gredients, It acts easily on the female organs and
Igivey Strength and tone to the whole svstem.
The Women's Tonic
?ff?. Vernn Wnlloro, of ,cNin<.'r>r, Tox-., tried C'arilui. Sh'? writes:
"Cniilui lias done more for mo than \ <an doncrlbo. T-.ist spring I
was taken with female inilamtrtfttioii and consulted a doctor, but to
n > avail, bo I took Cardui, lind insido of liirco days, I wad ablo to do
[my housuuoik. SincO then my trouble has neve- tetuijicd.,> Try it.
AT ALL DRUG- STORES