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Extra heavy, all wool flannel, modi
oatod at The Fair for lu cents per yard;
The Synod of tho I Yesby torian
church, this State, convened last week
at FlorOOCO, ohoSO lion. W. A. Steven
son. Moderator. This is the first In
stance of a Layman being chosen by
Synod In this State.
Rov. Robert Adams, of the First
church, this eitv. was placed OU the
committee?Presoytorlol Records, Har
mony Prosbytery. From the State's Re
port of proceedings, we quote:
The annual ro|>ort on foreign mis
sions was road through tho chairman
Of tho committee of Synod, Rev. Rob
ert Adams. The report was of special
interest to the body touching this sub
ject of absorbing interest.
Dr. Jacobs spoke for the board of
visitors for the Thornweii orphanage.
Two hundred orphans have been In at
tendance at the orphanage last year
and 25 ofllo rs. teachers, matrons, etc.
Tho receipts were something over $16,
000. Tho report calls for an enlarge
ment ot the accommodations of the or
phans as they are pressed for more
room. A ( hange in the ( harter and tho
constitution was approved in which a
majority of the board of visitors will no
lotlgor be from tin- town of Clinton, tint
of the number appointed by the synod.
Rev. w. ]? Jacobs, D. D., spoke on
tho subject of Prosbyterlanism and our
institutions?their condition ami needs.
2? cents will buy a heavy lleoce lined
undershirt, either ladies or mens, at
The Pair. They are extra values.
New lot street hats in at Mrs.
All wool blankots, North Carolina
made, best on earth, at The Fair for
*2.'.i- a pair.
MARRIED in UREENVILLE.
On yesterday tho beautiful resi
dence of Mr. am! Mrs. Preston Calhoun
Wostmoroland, in Broadus avenue was
the scone of a lov 'v and brilliant home
Miss Annette Armstrong Westmore
land was married to Mr. John Hextor
Parks, of Laurons. Rev. C. S. Gard
ner, of Laurens. pastor of the First
baptist church, performed the cere
The parlor was beautifully decorated
with ivy. palms, ferns and ever greens.
Promptly at the appointed hour, the
low. sweet strains of Mendlesshon's
wedding march, rendered in a talented
manner by Miss Lottie Mauley, sum
moned the guests to the parlor to wit
ness the marriage ceremony.
The brido was dressed in an expen
sive gown of castor silk, trimmed in
blue velvet and gold lace. Miss Martha
Westmoreland, sister of the bride,
acted as maid of honor. She wore a
lovely gown of white organdie. Mr.
Edward Perrln MInter, id' Laurens, was
Tie re were present only a few of the
most Intimate mends and relatives of
the bride and groom. The presents
consisting of cutlglass, silverware, etc .
were numerous and very elegant.
Miss Wostmoroland is one of Green
ville's most talented and cultured
yondg women and has many admiring
friends in the city. She has a sweet
and attractive face and loving and gen
Ml*. Parks is one of the leading young
men in Laurens. He is secretary and
treasurer of the Laurens oil mill and
is a man of splendid business ability.
At the conclusion of the ceremony a
dainty lunch was served in the large
dining hall. The decoration in the
dining room consistodof autumn leaves
Mr. and Mrs. Parks left on the noon
train for Laurons, where they will
make their future home ?Greenville
News, 24th inst.
Mr. Parks ha- the hearty congratula
tions and good wishes of his many
friends and his bride is cordially wel
comed to Laurens.?Editor Advkr
Plaid Dress Goods, in cotton or wool,
at The Fall" for less money than you
can buy it anywhere else. Call and
look at the styles?you w ill buy.
g.&~ K. P. Mllam& Co., have just
received a car of Tennessee wagons.
Tho friends of James Henderson,who
was shot four weeks ago by the negro
Tom Creen will be glad to know that
he leaves to-day for his home in Lau
rens. Mr. Henderson was shot through
the abdomen by a Ti-calibre pistol
puncturing the intestines twice. An
operation was performed by Dr. B. F.
Carpenter, assisted by Drs. Paul Cox
and T. E. stokes. Thus his life was
saved when his friends had given up
all hopes of recovery. Helton eor.
(iood heavy Jeans pants at The Fair
only 40 cents. Look at them and you
will buy a pail*.
rf? Wanted an agent to sell a book,
"Pressed Plowors From the Holy
Land," in Laurens Addrc-s UarvON
H Glien-., IV) Stevens St., Lowell,
An Oillcc Building.
The granite foundation of an 0ill00
Building for the I.aureus Cotton Mill
is laid. Sundav's State has to say of
this building Of which Messrs. Wilson
and Edwards are the architects:
"An Oftioe building for the Laurens
Cotton Mills, (which will be prettier
than anything of the kind in the Stale,
pressed brick and terra cotta, tiled
roof, marble porch and finished in
The Fail' Is the place to buy your
Dry Goods, Shoos, Clothing, Hats and
Underwear. Von can save 25 per cent
on your purchases.
Any thing in the line of ladles' ready
made garments to-nil the times.
I >avis, l toper & Co.
The Man with a Cold
Is a nuisance to others as well as a
sufTerer himself. He is Inexcusable
when he can find so many excellent
remedies at Palmetto Drug (Jo. True,
If he has asthma, it's doubtful if he
can obtain a porfect cure. Hut it's
rather lato for asthma, and there Is
relief for even that annoying ail
ment. Stop sneezing and coughing.
Stop at Palmetto Drug Co. and gat
something to holp you out.
Our Whito Pine ComjKiund with Am
monia will do it.
Vartlea .having busings with the
(County Hoard of Commissioners, Tues
day being olcotton day, tho Board will
jneot on Wednesday, tho 7th of No
R. P. ADAIR,
Supervisor L. O.
A HUI 1,1,1 ANT WEDDING.
Miss Budgeus Marries Mr. WUliaiU
Miss Luclndu Downeg Hudgens and
Mi-. William Edward Meng were mar
ried at tho First Baptist ohureh last
Wednesday at 8:30 o'clock. The wed
ding was characterized by all that would
tend to make it, what it'was. an unus
ually brilliant social event. The ehureh
was a wilderness of palms and chrysan
themums and tilled to its utmost capacity
with friends of the contracting parties.
Miss (. are Adams rendered Mondle
sohn's march as the bridal party en
tered and the wedding march from
Tannbauser as they left the ehureh.
Rev. .lohn D. Pitts read the marriage
ceremony of the Baptist ehureh. The
bride entered with her sister and maid
of honor, Miss Emma Ifudgens, of
Converse College, meeting the groom
with his liest man. Mr. Albert Teague,
at the altar.
Tlu- bridesmaids and ushers grouped
around the chancel were Miss Emmie
Meng, the groom's sister. Miss Jose
phine Minter. Miss Margaret Hudgens,
of Honea Path, and Miss Lucia Barks
dale, of Laurens; Messrs. Eugene
Hudgens, Hen Coper. Manton Prierson,
Pierce ( aine. PeiTtu Minter and .lames
Dunklio. Master Robert Rop( r. the
bride's lltt'o nephew, accompanied the
Mower girl, litt'e Miss Leonora Coper,
who was a veritable and beautiful little
fairy m pink organdie.
The bride's dress was of ivory
white satin. Tho maid of honor
wore an OXqulsitO costume of white
talTeta The bridesmaids wore bine
organdie over blue taffeta and carried
bouquets <>f white chrysathemums.
The ceremony over, the bridal party,
relatives und friends were tendered an
elegant reception at the home of the
bride's father. Mr. R. II. Budgons.
The present-, were numerous and very
handsome in out glass uuul silver.
Small Pox Report.
The Governor has boon aoked to
send to Cray Court an expert to at
tend lo small pox suspects. A phone
message yesterday afternoon says that
the disease is two miles East of the
town, among whites and black. Dr.
Christopher, in charge of the cases,
wi-ed to the Governor. It is an in
telligent community and will use every
means to con line the pest.
Death of Mrs. Knight.
Mrs. Sallle Knight, the widow of the
late Rov.Silas Weight died ill the home
of her son-in-law,Mr .lohn Childress. at
four o'clock on Monday morning. Mrs.
Knight had an extensive and promi
nent connection in this county and was
the step-mother of Mr.W. Scott Knight.
She was a devoted member of the Bap
tist church and a strong and beautiful
uhrlstlan character. The burial took
place at Durbin church on Monday af
ternoon in the presence of a large con
course of friends and relatives.
The State of Sunday says that this
popular watering place, ono of the fin
est properties in South Carolina, has
been sold by Mr. Harris for $103.000. A
syndicate has been formed of capital
ists with'$350,000 capital and the prop
erty will" be gradually developed. A
[?harte'* has been obtained with Hugh
H. Alexander,Robert P. Sheck, ,Ias. T.
Harris and K. B. Baxter as corpora
tors. Mr. Harris retains a large block
of the stock. Mr. Harris'development
uf this property exemplifies his unex
ampled pluck and energy.
Heavy wool Jeans, worth '2.') cents, at
The Fair for 10 cents-big values.
The Nigger ami the Mule.
Now comes the time when the voice
pf the town auctioneer is heard in the
land knocking down the plunder of the
colored farmer who gave his mortgage
in the spring. A horse and four cows
were sold a few days ago for cash to
satisfy a lien given in the Spring to
[Secure tho purchase money of the
horse. Object lessons like this, it
would seem would teach the negro and
the laboring white man the uncer
tainty of crops and the risk and danger
of credit, liens and mortgages.
Big lino of matting at The Fair at
cost: 12cents, In cents and 1!? cents per
Capt. J. I. McManus, who died in
Greenvillo, Oct. 26th had many friends
and admirers in this city.
The following delegation attended
the funeral atGreenvlfiofrom the Lau
rens Lodge, No. I >, K. of P . of which
Capt Mi;Manns was a loyal member: C.
(.'. Foathorstone, Dr. Dorroh Ferguson,
W. A. Johnson,Willltani Winters, John
The Laurens County Teachers' Asso
ciation will meet in the Court House,
Nov. 10th at 11 o'clock. The following
is tho program.
Benefits Of Teachers' Meetings.?0.
B. Brooks, 11 to 11.15.
Not ition and Numeration Miss Ag
atha Davis, 11.t? to 11.30.
Additlo i end Rnb'rnoMon MUs
Met tle Culbertsoi. 11 110 !o 11.46.
O. C. M a- d L. C M M r. A. B.
Uil. ?, 11 I.", to 12-10,
Short cuts In arithmetic ? B. Y. Cul
bortson, 1210 to 12.35.
Miscellaneous, 12 :i"> to 1.
Trustees and teachers are earnestly
requested to be present on timo.
J. B. Watklns,
w. P. Culbertson,
Good, heavy bed ticking that will
hold feathers iit The Fair for 10 cents
Do not send olY for books, now or 2nd
hand, but come to us.
Palmetto Drug Co.
Mrs. Adams asks all the ladies ?0
look at. the Corsets, (Hoves and t'nder
woar before buying.
Now is tho time to buy your Fall suit.
The Fair isolleringsoine rare bargains:
$6.00 suits for $2.08: *M.(X) suits only
$3.00. Big variety of $10.00 and $12.00
suits for *1.US and'*">.<??. He sure and
see them before buying.
We always lead. If you need the
new school books we keep thom in
Palmetto Drug Co.
Bismarck's Iron Nerve
Was tho result of his splendid
health. I ndomitablc will and tromen
clous energy are not found whore stom
ach, liver, kidneys and bowels are out
of order. If you want these qualities
and the success they bring uso Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They develop
every power of brain and body. Only
26 cents at Laurens Drug Co.
The Fair guarantees to save you
from 15 to 35 per cent on every pur
chase made. It will pay to go t hrough
their stock and oxamino the wondorful
bargains they are otTering.
Tho great clothing sab; still con
tinues to draw great crowds at The
Fair. They soli $10 00 for $4.08.
Bo sure and go to soo thom boforo buy
ing your fall suit.
If you want Shoos that will koop
your foot dry, como to us.
Davis, Ropor .Sc Co.
Teachers and Scholars of Laurens
Wishing to savo you monoy, as woll
as to supply you with tho latest books,
wo havo put in stock Johnson's Read
ers, Lee's Histories, Ginu's Arithme
tics and Frey's Geograph ies. Glad to
have you call.
Palmetto Drug Co.
AMD BRIEF NOTES OF RECENT
Mr. ard Mrs. John T. Lnr.gston. of
Walhalla, arc visiting iu the city.
Miss Saille Holmes, of Lisbon, i-vis
Ring at Dr. L. S. Fuller's.
Mr. Jamei T. Hill, of Manila, was in
Mr. M. L. Copelnnd, of Clinton, was
In the city Sunday.
Mr. J. O. C. Fleming visited Green
ville one day last week.
Messrs Dial Gray and S. R . Todd
took in the Spartanhurg Carnival.
Mi->-, Mary McFarlev is teaching
school in Spartanhurg county.
Mrs. Jared D. Sullivan Is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Charles Rostie in Spar
Misses A right and Cannon, of New
berry, have been assisting in the ser
vices at tho Christian Alliance tent.
Mr. Arthur Hudgens' cottage in Jer
sey is going up rapidly and will be one
of the handsomest residences in town .
Mr.. Mitchell, a leading- citizen of
Tumbling Shoals, was in the city Mon
Mr. II. W.Anderson visited his daugh
ter, Mrs. .1. T. Johnson, In Spartanhurg
Mrs. II. k. Alken will spoud Fair
Week in Columbia and then go to
Messrs. John and E. A. Hamilton have
bought the old Government lands ten
miles West of this place.
Col. and Mrs. H. Y. Simpson and
Mrs. J. N. Wright spent Carnival week
with relatives in Spartanhurg.
Mr. and Mrs. Casper Smith Jr.. of
Waterloo, went up to Spartanhurg for
Mrs. J. Wells Todd, Mrs. J. H. Sulli
van and Miss Josie Sullivan spent a
few days in Spartanhurg last week.
You may shoot to-morrow accord
ing to law. There is said to be a good
crop of boh- whites.
Mr. Homer Owens and Messrs. San
ders and .lacks are conducting an inter
esting series of services at Fountain
Captain and Mrs. John W. Clarke
wert? summoned to Hutherford'on N.
('., Sunday on account of the UlllOSS ol
Captain Clarke's sister.
Tho President fixes Nov. 20th lor
Thanksgiving. Get your gobler ready
and your breech loader.
Messrs. John F. Holt. Will Irby, .1.
T. A. Hallow, B, Wharton, Dr. W. H.
Dial, Col, T. B. Crews are at the Fair,
Mr. and Mrs. T. 1). Darlington, Miss
Azlle Wilson, Miss Laura Irby. Mis
Maine Ferguson, Dr. and Mrs. G. C.
Albright have gone to the Fair.
Another Stock Show and a very suc
cessful one was given in the county
last week by the colored citizens of
The Governor of Texas has acknowl
edged a recent donation of if0.85 sent
from Laurens to the Galvoston sutler
"Pressed Flowers From the Holy
Land" is one of the most oxquisito
tilings we have seen in tho way of a
book. Write to If. H. Greene, 17")
Stevens St., Lowell, Mass.. for prices.
Miss Willie Jones was taken sick at
Converse College- last week and is now
at home recuperating. Her mother.
Mis. W. W, Jones spent a lew days
with her in Spartanhurg ami brought
.loo Johnson, nominee for Congivss
from this District at the request of tin
National Democratic Committee la
campaigning for the party in West
Mr. W. 1'. Hill, a good citizen, died
at his home in this city, at 1 A. M. yes
terday morning. Ho leaves a widow
ami children. His remains were buried
at Chestnut Ridge cemetery yostordnj
Mr. Lewis Martin, a veteran of war,
state and church, from Poplar Springs,
on the Saluda, was in t he city on Mon
day. Though 81, he is as straight as a
young poplar, and an exemplary life
gives additional days with strength. 1
Miss Olive Wood, one of the most
charming young ladies in the count}',
was married on the evening of the 26th
lnst., to Mr. Joseph Davis, of Brewer
ton. The ceremony took place at the
home of the bride, Rev. .I A. Martin,
of the Haptist church, ofllclating.
Tho Christian Alliance meeting drew ,
a crowd of about live thousand on Sun
day. Rev. Mr. Pike, of Atlanta ami
Rev. Mr. Watson are here in addition
to the other ministers, the services
have been of the greatest interest and
some splendid SOrmonS have been
Tho friends Of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall
Leaman, of Cross Hill, will sympathize
with them in the death of their little
son Hoy, Friday night. Tho lit t le follow
was seized with membraneous croup
and all was over within a few hours.
He was a bright and handsome boy
about live years of age.
Tho third Semi-Annual meeting' of
tho Southern Industrial Convention
will bo held in New Orleans, Dec. 4th
prow It will boa great assembly of re
presentative Southern business men.
All Southern Editors are invited, but
the fiscal affairs of Tin-: Auvkrtiskii
will not justify so much luxury ami
At tho race track Saturday afternoon,
Mr.Will Irby'shorse WOO in a mile heat
out-distancing horses owned by Messrs.
Adair and Finney. Mr. Barny Abrains'
nag came out ahead, best t wo over a
half mile course. Mr.Jack Brown's mare
did not eutor having no competitor to
contest, the field with her.
As we go to press wo learn of tho
death to-day of Mrs. Harriet Dunklin.
a prominent lady, much rospected and
beloved, in this city,after a long illness.
Sbo was tho widow of tho late Dr. I rhy
Dunkln and tho mother of Mrs. W. L.
Gray and Mr. Jaiuos Dunklin. Tho
funeral will tako at the city cemetery
at 10 A. M. to-day.
Mi68 Emmlo Mong gSVG a reception
on Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs.
William E. Mong and Miss Loulso (ill
land. Miss Mong was assisted In rc?
coiving by Mis. William Meng, Miss
Gilland, Mrs. J. O. C. Fleming and
Mi- c- Caro Adams and Josephine
Mlntor. Tho parlors were most ef
fectively decorated In palms and cut
(lowers and dainty refreshments were
served by protty girls. The guests, too
Humorous to enumerate, spent a de?
lightful hour .
Laurons wil< have a fair show of
stock and cattle at the State Fair.?
Col. Wharton, Col. Watts, W. J.Barks
dalo, Capt. Nolan, Dr. W. H. Dial and
othors have (strango to say) sheep,
goats, horses, mulos, cows and
fancy poultry, birds of rare plumage
Tho oxodus of brave men and fair wo
men bus already bogun and by Thurs
day morning our city will bo largely
Ladies' underwear in any material or
style in our new department.
Davis, Ropor & Co.
Two bushels of Land roth's R ED
und WHITE ONION SETS,
mixed, soiled und wet by the It.
R., but their growing quail Mos
not Injured. To be sold CIllOAl*.
The Laurens Drug Co.
'1 'hone To
Mrs. Adams has a beautiful line of
trimmed hats at prices to beat every
Biggost and best line of boys' cloth
ing ever brought to Laurens.
Davis, Hope:- & Co.
Mrs. A. T. Maloncv. of Laurens.
passed through the city yesterday on
nor way to ilonon Path to spend sev
eral days there with friends and rela
G. W. Walker, of Piedmont, passen
through tho city yesterday on his re
turn from a business trip to Laurens.
He will take charge of the spinning
room in tue Laurens cotton mill on Fri
day morning,?Greenville News. 24th
Every day is a '
us. No old stock
Bargain Day" with
everything new and
I tavis, Coper .v Co.
Heavy Winter shoes at The Fair in
men's, ladies and ehildrens. cheaper
than yon can buy anywhere1 else. 08
ROOtS for regular $1.26 Shoe. Fvery
Big line of men's pants at The Pair
from 40 eonts to $2.08, in good styles.
Heavy outing and gingham at The
Fall' lor I cents per yard,
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when you receive your prize to show it
to as many of your friends as possible.
We want largo lists of readers in every
neighborhood, and are going to oiler
many handsome prizes to secure them.
Among the prizes we are offering !f'2f><)
in cash and many articles of silver
ware. Full particulars of tin- awarding
of these prizes will be sent you with
your prize for answering the above
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CHICAGO HOUSEHOLD GUEST,
Don't throw them away he
cause they are broken. Per
haps it will take hut little money
to make them as good as new
If your watch docs not keep
time take it to
W. A. JOHNSON,
* Laurens, 8. C.
\ holla- saved is ;i Dollar made, and there is no easier way for you to accomplish this than hy buying your wants from us.
We have over $30,000.00 in Dry Goods, Fin s, 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, anil 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
oat?'nought below the market value, and those who are interested in new Raps lor Winter will save money by inspecting
our line before buying.
Itfillii^ef y 1Dep3Ltttr)zt)t.
In this Department we have all the latest things in street hats, all the new shades, the new shapes, new trimmings in the
l iehest colors in Silks, Velvets and Fancy Feathers. All at the very Lowest Prices. Corsets, Underwear, etc., in all grades from
the cheapest to the host.
#%| C? Ml <tf*| ig"** ?^WW*'t%lt^im? is immense' We have Ladies and Children's shoes in all grades, and can
?kj? \J* tfli ^9 Iii \? lEi ijjj i \p W\ give you the best $1.00 shoes on the Market. In tine shoes we have the
famous Zeigler Bros., and those who have worn them will bear us out that there are none better made?every pair warranted. We
sell the Bay Slate tor men and boys from '"ogans to the very best grades, and we want to impress upon you to get our prices before
We have all iho nobby shapes anil the new colors in men and boy's hats. We have the latest things in ties, shirts, suspenders, fancy
ho i' ry, and everything in an up-to-date Furnishing store. Our aim is to sell goods and in order to do this we have m .iked our
goods at right prices, and we will not be undersold.
o. b. eunuMonrps.
Boon our new and elegant stock of
GOO? IlDEfl. h
It will pay you to call in if you have
I tat \ "it are prepared lor Winter before it comes
it you. II w are you fixed on the stovo question?
I you need n HANGE, COOK or Heating Stovo call
and see cur line of
the largest and host lino over shown in Laureus. Our
prices are low because wo buy in large quantities and
roceivo all the discounts allowed hy t he Manufacturers.
$ee Us for lical Low Prices..^
They are fuel savers.
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Laurons, S. C.
? IM reel t<> t It <- Consumer from the Distiller. - ?
SHV^ information ami price-list Bout upon application. Address
11. Clarke & Sons,
Statesville, N. C.
W G WILSON & GO'S.
For Ladies wear an attractive line is shown here in
Silks and Pine Wool Dress Goods, embracing
all the new Weaves and Shades.
I inspection solicited.
We have secured
in Table lauen. \';ip,.;:is and Towels. These goods can not he
duplicated at these prices.
New Hosiery and Underwear. liest brands of Sheetings
and Shirtings known to tin-trade. Ladies and Misses Shoes direct
from the Munufuclurers.
Prom many quarters you will hear of advanced prices this
Pall. Ex imine these goods and see the latest styles at the Lowest
Prices, whether you buy or not.
W. O. WILSON & CO.
Laurens. S. (:., Sept 18, L900.
Glenn Springs Hotel
GLENN SPRINGS, S. C.
LEADS MX OTHERS.
There is but one Glonn Springs, and it has no oqual on the
Continent for the Stomach, Liver, Kidneys,
Bowels and Blood.
Hotel Open June 1st to Oct. 1st.
r Cuisino and Service Kxcollont.
2Bb Br?at?st Resort in tfig Sootfi,
g0T For Board apply to SIMPSON A SIMPSON, Glenn Spring
South Carolina. Water $1.75 per oaso, bottler to be returned.
Water for sale by The Laurona Drug Co.t Kennedy Bros., Dr. B.
F. Posoy, Laurens, S. 0. I
You are not
simply to have the money itself. You work for it because
you want what it will buy. When yovi buy here you may
dopend upon utilizing the full power of a Hollar. A dollar
goes a long ways at our store. We have a Mammoth
Clothing", Shoes, Furnishing
Goods and Staple Dry Goods
which wo have marked at the LOWEST price's. Wo can
suit you in Clothing, in both style and price. Men's extra
size, fine pants to lit any one.
for all the people in all grades. The liioti Shoos at $850
is the best shoes for gontlemcn, Wo have a full lino of
Cents Furnishing Goods, Ladies Capos and Staples Dry
Goods at Lowest Prices.
J. E. Minier & Bro.
Laurons, S. C., Oct. 2, 1000.
jkiite l?hm intet?
To claim that the Harris Lithia Water is Superior to any other
water on the continent is claiming a great deal, but wo can prove this
to bo so by the analysis made by the most noted Chemists in Amer
ica, and also by the most noted physicians from all parts of the
county. Road what they say:
Mr. J. T. Harris,
Harris Springs, S. C.
Dear Sir:?I havo prescribed
Harris Lithia Water freely, in
casos whore a Lithia Water was
indicated, for ovor seven years,
and havo novor known it to fail
to prove highly bonoficial to tho
patient. I havo usod other lithia
waters, hut havo had better results
from Harris Lithia Water than
any I havo ovor employed in my
practice. I regard it as a sovereign
remedy in Uric acid Diathesis,
Gout, rheumatism of the kidneys
and bladdor. In acute and chronic
bright's disoaso, and in diabetes
wo havo no remedy at our com
mand that oxcols Harris Lithia
Water. I havo no hesitancy in
saying that tho wator may bo re
lied upon to give most satisfactory
results, and that it is a sure, pos
itive solvent of Uric acid and tho
Yours very truly,
.lames B, Morgan, M. 1).,
Prof, of Chemistry and Pharmacy fclod?
loal Department M the University
Ashoville, N. C, April 21. 1803.
An extended clinical use of
Harris Lithia Water prompts mo
to the statement thai I regard it
as one of the best, if not the best,
Lithia Water known to t llO profes
sion. In the condition of Phos
phatio Uriuo, its act ion is marvel
otif. Its use in the Rheumatic
and Gouty Diseases affords mo
more comfort than eit her the Buf
falo or Londonderry Waters.
Very truly yours,
John Hey Williams, M. I)
Tho Hotel at this famous spring is now open for guests, and if
you will.como to tho Spring and drink tho water and are not benefited
or curod wo will board you froo.
Harris Hotel Company.