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Mi - Walton W. Brown was married1
to Miss Mlnnlo Lou Sams at GafTnoy
vcstorday. ? Greenville News, l stti
Mr. Brown spent bis boyhood In Lau?
rons ami ha- friends bore still. Ho is
now book-keeper at Pacolet Mills.
a >(?? Southern Journal?
Tin- Atlanta Daily News, an ovonlng
journal. Is a new vonture in Southern
journalism. Mr. Walter Howard is the
managing od I tor ami the initial uuin
.,. ps give promise of powerful rivalry
lor public favor. it has a splendid
news servieo, is ably edited and has
[Hjworful Democratic forces behind it.
Valuation of Properly for 1000.
II i;. Proporty In Laurons,... $7t>(.i.!>2.r>
in the statt-, the gain over previous
roars Is sevoral millions. Taxes should
bo loss another year, but we will find
oui by waiting.
V Beautiful Wedding at Fountain Inn.
Miss'Nannie Elizabeth Oarrett the
accomplished daughter of Mr. W. B.
Garrott, of fountain Inn, was married
last Wodnosdaj to Mr. James Hamilton
Stewart, <>f Oroonvllle, Rev. T. 1$.
Cralg, ofllciating. The attendants were
Miss Annie Garrott, mail'of honor and
Mr. U II. Stewart, Miss Annie Abor
cromblo and Mr. L. D. Fowler, of
Woodruff. The wedding was a very
beautiful and elaborate attalr and tho
guests from (Ireenville and other places
numerous, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart loft
for Groonvlllo Immediately after tho
"A Pair ol Tramps."
TJoycr Bros, big sensation, "A Pair
ol Tramps" will be seen for the lirst
lime In tins city, at the Opera House.
Saturday night, October 27th and the
amusement lovers ol t aureus have a
rare treat In store for them as "A Pair
of Tiamps" is us dtvortlng as a Kal
e, ' (Mie. as up-tO-datO as an automo
bile, and as modern as w ireless telegra
phy. It is a visit to tho realms of farce
land and a peep into the depths of vab
dovlllo. "A Pair of Tramps" is built
for laughing purposes only, and unlil<o
most farce comedians does not have to
have recourse to tho smut and vulgarity
of most <>f tho later day farce comedies
to brine- a laugh from the lips of its
audience. 'The orchestra of 10 pieces
under the leadership of Prof. Hadley
will render the latest selections during
the progress of the show, insuring the
music loving portion of the audience *i
ran treat. Look for the big parade at
noon. Seats now on sale at Davis. Ro
per .\ Co. Prices 26, 60 and 7*> cents.
Union suits to lit everybody. Big
line of vests in wool and cotton at Mrs.
The Missionary Union.
Knowing our county papers reach
note homes than our church papers,
v. nsk the publication of tho following
not ice i n your paper:
ibe Missionary Union of Enoree
Presbytery held its third annual meet
ing in the Laurens Presbyterian
Church, Oct. 10th. The meeting In
cluded three sessions. The Union was
cordially welcomed in appropriate
words by Rev. Robert Adams, (in
Wednesday riiirht at 8 a public meeting
was held, at. which an interested audi
dletiee listened to an address by Rev .
S !. Woodbridge, of Columbia, on
Clienkiang Mission in China. It was
one of tho finest and most instructive
addresses that has ever been the
privilege of our people to hear. Tie
lias -pent eighteen years among this
benighted people, and the love and
pathy portrayed for them was
both wonderful and beautiful. The
pros nt awful fctato of affairs in China,
witnessing the persecution and mar
tyrdom of Christians, both native ami
fort ign, has aroused in his heart such
love and compassion that he utters
for them that touching prayer of our
Savior, '"Father forgive them, for they
know not what they do," and earn
estly pleads that Christians be more
vigilant to help give them the gospel,
lie expects to return to his place of
labor and give the remainder of his
life for them.
The Union consists at present of
twenty-two societies. Most of these
hi report- of the work done the past
year. They were interesting and
showed progress and increasing zeal,
and that the efforts made the past
year were blessed with very encour
An able and instructive paper was
read by Mrs. Henry Allen, of the 2nd
church. Greenville,?"Woman's Re
sponsibility in Mission Work." She
was >i enthused with her subject, that
the spirit of it touched our hearts, and
we hope seeds were planted, and that
'Our father" will give the increase.
'The Union took for its work the com
ing year, Ho- forming of Missionary
Societies in each church in the Pres
bytery not already having one. and
the distribution of Missionary litera
ture as far as possible in these church
es. If our women had a clear under
standing of the design of this organ
ization, we hope we would have no
trouble in getting them to form Socie
tiea and unite with the Union, thereby
ii.en rising the mutual benefits arising
from its inlluenceamong the churches,
fin of the most important points
brought to our notice in regard to our
Missionary Societies in our country
congregations was the advisability of
meeting Sunday afternoons from
house to house, and the inlluence of
personal contact in awakening interest
and strongthing zeal. If we live In an
atmosphere of prayer and communion
with our Lord, then shall wo partake
of his spirit of sacrifice for others. It
Hi:- command "Co >e therefore, and
teach nations," and we must obey, our
part is to send of our means, and the
9 great purpose and advantage of the
Union i.- united clVort. We want every
church in Unoree Presbytery in tho
Union. The way to accomplish this is
to form ourselves into Societies, and
let each woman In these Societies so
consccrato herself that our Lord will
say of VOU, will -ay of MK, "she hath
done what she could. '
Expressions of appreciation of the
bountiful hospitality extended tho
Union by the people of Laurens, and
the pleasure enjoyed by all was unan
imous. 'Thus closed a season of groat
blessing to all who took part in the
mooting, either ns members or visi
After singing and prayer the Union
adjourned to meet with the Liberty
Springs church, Cross Hill, S. C Oct.
A Thousand Tongues
Could not express the rapture of An
nio K. Springer, of 1,126 Howard St.,
Philadelphia, Pa., when she found that
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption had completely cured her of
a hacking cough that lor many years
had made lifo a burden. All other
remedies and doctors could give hor
no holp, but sho says of this Royal
Cure 'it soon removed tho pain in
my chest and 1 can now sloop soundly,
somothing f can scarcely rerao.nber
doing before. I feel like sounding its
praise throughout tho Universe." So
will overy one who tries Dr. King's
New Dlseovory for any trouble of tho
Throat, Chest or Lungs. Prlco 50 cts.
and $1.00. Trial bottles free at Lau
rens Drng Co. Every bottle guar
Wo have onoof the prettiest linos of
Ingrain Art Souaros ever brought to
Laurens from ?2,75 to $lft.oo. Cime and
S. M. icE. H. Wilkes.
.John Sherman, ex-Senator, and cx
Cabinet minister is dead.
Mr. .1 no Sloan, a prominent farmer
from way upon Durban in that stalwart
homo of independence, where thev
raise hog ami hominy, was in the city
on Saturday last. And ho was kind
onougb to say that they appreciated
Tin: ADVERTISER'S interest in the
agriculture of tho county
The Cray Court fair was ten times
better this year than the Pair given
ten years ago. P. very year it has been
good and oaoh year better than the
last until it is one ?f the beet Slock
Shows given in tho Slat',. This Is hut
natural however when the men who
arc at the head of the fair association
ami tho splendid citizenship of Gray
Court and its neighborhood are con
sidered. The exhibits at the Fair last
week were extensive in all departments,
the bost stock in the county being on
the ground. The crowd was immense
and well entertained and the weather
(lards were received here on Satur
day to the marriage of Miss Annie
Byrd Davis and Dr. John Quiney
Phillips, of Clinton. It is to be a noon
wedding OD October thirty-lirst at the
Presbyterian church, Clinton. Miss
Davis is a daughter ol Mr. and Mrs.
?lohn C. Davis und is possessed of
beauty and intellect which render her
one of tho most charming and popular
girls in the county. Dr. Phillips is a
leading young physician at Clinton
with every promise of a successful ca
reer. Dr. and Mrs. Phillips will boat
home at Clinton after the 21st of No
Mr. Rufus Dunlap.a prominent plant
er near Mountvllle had a bale of cotton
stolen i jm his premises on Monday
night last. The cotton was hlon tilled
at the cotton mill warehouse, where
it had boon sold. A white man re
spectably connected lias boon arrested.
VYe omit his name, hoping some ex
planation may be made of the matter.
P.S. The young mail being allowed
an inch before committed to the .tail
managed to take an ell and skip the
town hut the Slier 1 IT was alert and
captured him before sunrise yesterday
The Court ol* General Sessions was
not finally concluded until Tuesday
last. A few civil cases were referred to
the Jury, but these were disposed of
promptly and the Jury got away on
Friday at noon. In a case of a little
colored girl, who was knocked off the
track of the Charleston and Western
Railway, hut not seriously hurt, her
suit for $2,000 damages resulted in a
verdict of 926.00. By Saturday at noon
Judge Benet had disposed of all busi
ness and left lor Abbeville on the mid
day train. He is at Nowberry this
week. The Judge worked faithfully
and had exceptionally intelligent Ju
rors whose verdicts gave general satis
The Christian Alliance held the first
meeting of its Fall Convention in Lau
rens on Friday evening. The Alliance
tent is erected near the depot. Rev .
N. J. Holmes preached the opening
sermon to about live hundred people.
He was assisted in the services by
I lev. Mr. Butler, a prominent member
of the Alliance ami a very forcible and
entertaining speaker. On Sunday the
attendance reached easily twenty-live
hundred and the interest in the ser
vices increase. Numbers of people
from the county are coming in for
every service. Rev. S. C. Todd and
wife arrived on Monday and other
ministers are expected before the
close of the meeting.
In an altercation over business last
Friday at 2 P. M.. Wade II. Codfrey, a
merchant of this city shot and killed
I'd Workman, a colored farm laborer.
The fray occurred on the Square, oO
feet Past ot the Court House. Tho ne
gro died in an half hour after the shot
and an Inquest was held by Coroner
Ferguson at once, that olticer being in
the city. The Jury found from the
testimony that the killing was "justifia
ble." Hail proceedings were instituted
and on Saturday afternoon an order
was made by Judge Iv C. Watts, ac
cidentally in town, admitting tho ac
cused to bail in $2,000, which was
promptly given and the accused is at
large. The amount of bail was apreed
on by Attorneys, L. W. Siinkins,
representing the Solicitor, and Messrs.
Ferguson it Featherstonc and W. R.
Rlchey, Esq., attorneys for the accused
and therefore the amount has no sig
See the pretty reefers for children
A re-union of this old war com
mand is called for Wednesday of Fair
Week in Columbia and every sin
vivor is invited and expected to bo
present. The obj< t is to form a leg
ionary organization of survivors.?
The command consisted originally
Of Infantry 800, Cavalry 400 and
artillery 200.1 "robably 1,000 more jollied
the command during the four years
Struggle. OiiO estimate puts the stir
vIvors ai 200, but there are probably 3
or 1 hundred Knianuel. of Aiken,
Croshnmi of "simpsonvllle, and 'league,
of A Ikon, sign the cab. 'the command
furnished many distinguished officers
during the war, Hampton and Stephen
D. Lee, Lieutenant Generals: Holler.
Major General, and Logan, a Briga
dier, survive. That stops be taken to
porpetuate the record of this splendid
Carolina command is eminently pro
per and we trust that all the old vets
who can crawl will answer to this
last roll call for many.
Mrs. Adams has a now lot of street
hats, Ladyemyths, Alpino?.and all new
styles and colors.
Editor's Awful Plight.
P. M. Higghis, Editor Seneca, (I Iis .)
News, was atllloted for years with
Piles that no doctor or remedy helped
until he tried Rucklon's Arnica Salve.
He writes two boxes wholly cured
him . It's the surest Pile euro on earth
and the best salve in tho world. Cure
guaranteed. Only 26 cents. Sold by
The Laurens Drug ('o.
Sparlanhiirg Street Pair ami Ciunivnl.
Tho Charleston and Western Caro
Una Railway announce that on account,
of this occasion round-trip tickets based |
on One Pare for the round trip will be
on sale from all stations.
Tickets on sale Oct. 21st to 27th in
clusive With liualI limit Oct. 2Mth l?OO.
Pi re Works, Floral Parades, Street
Fairs, Carnivals and various attractions
for the visitors.
W. J. (IRAK?.
General Passenger Agent.
liar gain Fever rages here. Oak
Suit No. !tl?, wit h 21 x 30 French P.evel
Mirror, *in oo: worth anywhere *22 60.
Don't fail to see this handsome suit.
S. M. & B. H. Wilkes.
That Throblng Headache
Would quickly leave you, if you
used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thou
sands of sufferer* have proved thoir
matchless merit for Sick and Nervous
Houdachcs. They make pure blood
for strong nervos and build up your
health. Easy to tako. Try them. Only
25 cents. Monoy hack If not cured.
Sold by Laurens Drug Co.
No mark up then down business
with us. 10 pioco China Set, only $8.60.
H. M & F.. H. Wlikes.
Tho firm horetoforo existing as
Knight .V Kopcr, Attornoys at Law,
for the practice of Law. In Laurens
county Is dissolvod this day by mutual
W. B. Knight,
B? F, Roper.
AND BRIEF NOTES OF RECENT
Miss Evle Little, of Clinton, was the
tfuust lust week of Mrs Edwin Philpot.
Mr. E H. Crews spent Saturday in
Mrs. Casper Smith, Jr., of Waterloo,
was in the city Monday.
Rev. W. S. Holmes attended Convo
cation in Columbia latt week.
Mr. dames E. Mieter, of Sedalla,
spoilt Sunday in the city.
Mr. K. W. Brown, of Cross Hill, was
in town Wednesday.
Mr. H. j. Hayswortb, of Groonvlllo,
was in town Friday.
Miss Virginia Moorman left for a visit
to Anderson last Thursday.
Mr. John Miller, of Cross Hill, is
clerking at S. M. & F.. H. WilkeR.
Miss Louise (lllland. of Kingstree,
is the guest of Miss Emmie Meng.
Mr. W. S. (iray, a leading planter of
Woodruff, was in tho city Friday.
Mrs. Roper, of Spartanburg, is visit
ing Mrs. Houston Hoper.
Mrs. Salutier, of Ashville, is visiting
Mrs. W. H. Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Garrott have re
turned to Greenwood, after a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Carrett.
Captain and Mrs. J. W. Clarke wont
up to Spartanburg for a brief visit on
Laurens supplied a good contingent
for the circus at New horry and tho train
was crowded yesterday morning.
The Palmetto Drug Company's ex
hibit was blue ribboned at the Cray
Mr, Gilliara Davenport, of C ross
Hill, wo are glad to learn is recovering
from his recent severe illness.
Mrs. J. G. Brown ami Miss Li 1 Brown
were in the city from Cross Hill Mon
Palmetto Lodge, A. F. M.. this city,
at its last communication contributed
*2">.oo to the Galveston sufferers.
Mr. John H. Hunter, of Goldvllle, n
prominent young planter, was in town
bishop Capers will make his annual
visit ttt the church of the Epiphany,
this city, on November, the 19th.
Saturday was a great day in the city
and tho streets were jammed at I 1'.
M. when tho colored minstrels had
Messrs. W. M Hunter, of Ora, J. II.
Coleman, of Waterloo, ami Mr. Bluford
burns, of Barksdale, were in town
Mr. J. A. Stoddard, of Laurens, w ill
be orator for the OlariOSOphle Society
on the occasion of the inter-soeietv con
Veteran J. H. Richardson, after a
week with appreciative friends in the
city returned to bis classical home.
< llinton, on Monday.
Mr.JefT Evans, of Roanoke, Virginia,
spent a few days in the city this week.
Mr. Evans always has a cordial wel
come at Laurens.
Judge R. C. Watts was in the city
Saturday anil Sunday, leaving Monday
for Alken, where he holds Court this
Head advertisement of II. Clake .v
Sons. Anything from their house is
absolutely reliable, will be found first
class at a reasonable price.
Dr. W. H. Dial, Dr. IL K. Aikon,
W. D. Ferguson, Messrs. Oscar Ba./o,
Ryland Traynhamand Dr. W. II. Wash
ington wero a few of the people who
went to the Gray Court Fair.
Mr. A. C. Todd has been elected
President of the Olarlosophlc Literary
Society at thoS. C. College. Mr. Todd
stands very high at College ami has en
joyed numerons College honors.
Messrs. Carlisle and fiydrlck, of
Spartanburg, Graham, of Lexington,
and Haynsworth, of Greenville, At
torneys at Law, were in attendance on
the Court during its expiring hours
Rev. Robert Adamsand Ruling El
ders Thomas McCoy and J. w. Fergu
son represent the First Presbytorlan
church at Synod, which convened last
evening at Florence. Uev. David Todd
also at tends.
Dr. Christopher, a loading physician
and citizen of Gray Conn, was in tho
city Monthly ami we complained that
their Fair was on during Court Week.
Hut he thought the Court was on dur
ing their Fair Week, ami he spoke in
high terms of their line Festival and
Considerable oxoitemont was created
at an early hour Saturday night. Ne
groes in some trouble were shooting
pistols and astray bullet struch young
Duncan Sullivan, son of Mr. B. A. Sul
livan, in the arm. Fortunately the
hurt was very slight. One of the
negroes is now with the city gang.
One of tho biggest hits of "Maloney's
Wedding" is a dancing absurdity by
Geo. E. Lawrenco as Bat Blatx. It is a
conglomeration of a Hag-time (hick
Clog-Dance. The comical antics of Mr.
Lawrence -during the dance always
brings down the house. Opera House,
Thursday night, Oot. 2.*>th. Seals oil
sale at Davis, Hoper A- Co.
For ten days last past friends of Tin;
Advertiser have been vory kind ami
laid down their fat dollar, ami thanked
us. This is all very pleasant. Some
are new friends, and some are old. It
was especially pleasant to have an old
friend of Hunter, who dropped oil in
the hot SUinmor, to come back to his
first love when things look more hope
Supervisor R. P. Adalr has sold
$15,000 County Bonds at (15,544 to run
;10 years at 4f. for the redemption of
!flf>,ooo eountv "i per cent bonds. An At
lanta party IS the purchaser through
W. H. Rlchey, Esq. Supervisor Adalr
has done w ell ami I .aureus county will
not forget this admirable piece of work
as he rotirts from her public service.
Mr. D. If. Counts, it is understood,
will open In Laurens In Novombcr a
first-class Sales Stable. Mr. Counts,
now of Hamborg, will bo woll
remembered ns formorly engaged suc
cessfully in tho samo business In this
city, whoro ho made many friends and
earned the confidence of tho entire
community. He will bo cordially wel
comed. Jack Brown, everybody's fa
vorite, will likely bo with him.
At the Fair Grounds.
The Fair Association have made ur
rangomonts to have somo lively run
ning and trotting races at tho track
next Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
ThOSO who enjoy this kind will bo weil
entertained. For tho running race a
purse of $10.00 is offered.
WANTKn?An active young man in
each township to canvass for Tun Ai>
vr.utimkit for the noxt two months.
Good terms will be offered. See the
Editor of Advertiser at once.
Two bushels of Landroth's R1SD
ami WHITE ONION SETS,
mixed, soiled aud wet by the tt.
K., but their growing qualities
not injured. To bo sold CHlSAi'.
The Laurens Drug Co.
'Phono 76 Goods delivered.
Annual He-union Confederate Veterans
The Annual Reunion United Confed
erate Veterans will take place at Au
gusta, Go , November 13th to Kith, 1900.
The Charleston and Western Caroli
na Railway will >ell round-trip tickets
from all stations at very low rates. The
rate from < Ireonville w ill be (2.80 ; from
Mauldin,$2.05; from Simpsonville $2.55;
from Fountain Inn, $2.45; from Owings
(12.35; from Graycourt,$2.25; Rarksdale
$2.20 , I.aureus 92.05.
There will be Parades, fireworks,
Street Caroiv.ds, Street Fair?, ami nu
merous i't'r.u t < ns for the visitors. See
Myers for fu Iber information.
W. J. CR A IG,
<; neral Passenger Agent
Hoar Dem Hells'. If you want them
to chime for you, you will have to
promise the girl one of tho celebrated
Duck's Stoves or Ranges. They are
the best Stoves made. For sr.lc only
by S. M. B. H. Wilkes.
Don't throw them away be
cause they are broken. Per
haps it will take but little money
to make them as good as new
If your watch does not keep
time take it to
W. A. JOHNSON,
Laurons, S. C.
Tho Grand Jury Is going to compel
mo to havo tho public, roads worked. I
therefore order all road over-scers in
tho cornty to call out their hands and
put In their full (I) days on the roads
at once. Otherwise I will bo com
pelled to onforco tho law.
it. P. ADA IK,
fill 1900 ?*>
A Dollar saved is a Dollar made, and there is no easier way for you to accomplish this than by buying your wants front us.
We have ovei $30,000.00 in Dry Goods, Furs, Capes, Jackets, Millinery, Notions, Shoes, Clothing and Gents' Furnishings. Our line of
is by odds the largest ever brought to this market and is composed of all the latest Silk and Woolen Fabrics, and we
will guarantee our prices to be as Low as the Lowest. In Furs, Capes and Jackets we have a line of the newest things
out?bought below the market value, and those who arc interested in new Raps for Winter will save money by inspecting
our line bet?re buying.
In tbis Department we have all the latest things in street hats, all the new shades, the new shapes, new trimmings in tho
richest colors in .Silks, Velvets and Fancy Feathers. All at the very Lowest Prices. Corsets, Underwear, etc., in all grades from
tin; cheapest to tin- best.
f^k'l 113 v? U C C TT*'^! (f^ llf is immense- We h?ve Ladies and Children's shoes in all grades, and can
\J \Jf WM ?Oll-WJIlE ? I U-WA ?ive >'ou the bost shocs 011 the Market. In line shoes we have the
famous Zciglei Bros., and those who have worn them will bear us out that there are none better made?every pair warranted. We
sell the Hay State for men and boys from brogans to the very best grades, and we want to impress upon you "to get our prices before
8tifi)jh& * mil * ?*a?f? # ttu^tetySag* * ^J^T<^''^^
\\ e have ail the nobby shapes and the new colors in men and boy's hats. We have the latest things in ties, shirts, suspenders, fancy
hosiery, and everything in an up-to-date Furnishing store. Our aim is to sell goods and in order to do this we have marked out
goods at right prices, ami we will not be undersold.
Whether it bo any thing for the
Beel r^oo?) ot
The increasing demand for tho nowost and bost
of everything in Furniture has our constant
. vM roi 'in PtthH
- ? ?10.00
by letting a poor stove burn
twice as much as it ought to,
Sell it as old iron or throw it
away, it will pay you in the end.
Thon buy a
Thoy cost only a moderate price. The saving; in
Fuel will more than balance the difl'oreuce in
price. The satisfaction they give will be worth
the cost in itself.
Laurens, S. C.
MJmV" Information :ui<l price-list sent upon application. Address?
H. Clarke St Sons,
Statesvillo, N. C.
W G WI LSON & GO'S.
For Ladies wear an attractive line is shown here in
Silks and Fine Wool Dross Goods, embracing
all the new Weaves and Shades.
I nspection solicited.
We have secured
in Table Linen, Napkins and Towels. These goods can not be
duplicated at these prices.
New Hosiery and Underwear. Best brands of Sheetings
and Shillings known to I lie trade. Ladies and Misses Shoes direct
from the Manufacturers.
From many quarter; you will hear of advanced prices this
Kail. ISxamine Ihesc goods and see ihe latest styles at the Lowest
Prices, whether you buy or not.
W. O. WILSON & CO.
Laurons, S. C, Sopi 18, 1000.
Glenn Springs Hotel
GLENN SPRINGB, S. C.
LEADS ALL OTHERS.
Thoro is but <mo Glonn Springs, and it has no oqnal on tho
Continent for tho Stomach, Livor, Kidnoys,
Bowels and Blood.
Hotel Open June 1st to Oct. Int.
$0t* Onisine and Service Excellent.
Ilm Br?at?st Resort in tfig SoatB,
gmT" For Board apply to SIMPSON <fe SIMPSON, Glenn Spring
South Carolina. Wator $1.75 por cano, bottles to bo returned.
Wator for salo by Tho Laurona Drug Co., Kennedy Bros., Dr. B.
F. Posoy, Lanrens, S. 0.
* : I
You are not
simply to have the money itself. Von work for it because
you want what it will buy. When you buy hore you may
dopend upon utilizing the full power of a Dollar. A dollar
goes a long ways at our store. Wo have a Mammoth
Clothing, Shoes, Furnishing"
Goods and Staple Dry Goods
which wo have marked at the LOWEST prices. Wo can
suit you in Clothing, in both style and price. Men's extra
size, line pants to fit any one.
for all the pooplo in all grades The Bion Shoes at. ?"
is tho best shoes for gentlemen. Wo hnvo :i lull lino of
Gents Furnishing Goods, Ladies Capes and Staples Dry
Goods at Lowest Prices.
J. E. Minter & Bro.
Laurons, S. C, Oct. 2, 1900.
Ihttte Ittkte Hatar\
To claim that the Harris Lithia Wator is Superior to any other
water on the continent is claiming a great deal, but we can prove this
to bo so by the analysis made by the most noted Chemists in Amor?
ica, and also by the most noted physicians from all parts of the
county. Road what thoy say:
Mr. J. T. Harris,
Harris Springs, S. C.
Dear Sir:?I have prescribed
Harris Lithia Water freely, in
cases whoro a Lithia Water was
indicated, for ovor soven years,
and havo never known it to fail
to provo highly bonofioial to the
pationt. I havo usod other lithia
wators, but havo had bottor results
from Harris Lithia Water than
any I have over employed in my
practice. I regard it as a sovereign
remedy in Uric acid Diathesis,
Gout, rheumatism of the kidneys
and bladder. In acuto and chronic
bright's disoaso, and in diabetes
wo havo no romody at our com
mand that oxcols Harris Lithia
Wator. I havo no hositancy in
saying that the wator may bo re
lied upon to giv most satisfactory
results, and that it. is a suro, pos
itive solvent of Uric acid and the
Yours very t ruly,
.lames B. Morgan, M. I).,
Prof, of Chemistry and Pharmacy Mod
ioal Department of the University
Ashevillo, N. C., April 24, 1803.
An extended clinical use of
Harris Lithia Water prompts me
to the statement that 1 regard it
as ono of the l>est, if not the best,
Lithia Water known to the profes
sion. In the condition of Phos
phatie Urine, its action is marvel
ous. Its uso in the Rheumatic
and Gouty Disoases affords mo
more comfort than either the Buf
falo or Londonderry Waters.
Very t ruly yours,
John Hey Williams, M.D.
The Hotel at this famous spring is now open for guests, and if
you will como to tho Spring and drink the water and are not benefited
or curod wo will board you froo.
Harris Hotel Company.