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Wedding Bells at Clinton.
Miss Annie Byrd Davis and Dr. John
Qulnoy Philips were married at noon
lant Wednesday at the First Presbyter
ian < hureh, CiilltOU, Dr. W. I'. Jacobs,
Ofllolating. The attendants were as
follows.MlSS Sara Davis, maid of honor,
with T. M. Watts, best man; Mbs Wll
lou Boyd, of f.aar mis, with Mr. Ku
Irene Davi.-: Miss Mary McGowan, of
(Iross Hill and Mr. R, B. Vane.- ushors,
?I. II. Davis, J. I>. Davis, W. I). Cope
land and < '. C. Little. The bridal party
? lined at the hotel after which Dr and
Mrs. Philips left for a visit to Beau
fort. On the evening previous to the
wedding. Mr. and Mr- John 0. Davis,
the bride's parents gave an elepant
re, option at tholr beautiful home,
(fathawav, a fow miles out from Clin
Frank Leslie's Popular Mont- ly has a
large subscription !'-t. but it should be
larger. It-, management is more en
orgoflo, its plans better than ever be
fore. ?.8 an added stimulus toward an
increase, the Monthly offers no less
than two hundred and Blxty-lour (204)
prizes in cash to the men and women,
boys and tfirls, who show most energy
Ins curing new subscribers. This of
fer moans that time and energy ihall
be well paid for.
The price of t 10 Magl/.lne is one do -
lar a year. Its contents appeal directly
to people who care for good and timely
literature. \ few .-pare hours a week
will add to your income substantially.
If you want work that will pay you,
write tor terms to Frank Leslie Pub?
lishintr House. 141-147, Fifth Avenue,
Great cost sale at The Fair.
'I he newspapers of Martinsville, West
Virginia, speak in the highest terms
of praise of Congressman-elect Jos. T.
Johnson, of this city, who is campaign
ing in that city for the National Demo
cratic cause. He took the place in
that section of Congressman Shlverly,
of Indiana, a noted orator and capti
vated his hearers everywhere.- Spar
Everything at cost at The Fair.
Miss Alma Burns, a student of Chi
eora. has gone to Barksdalo tospond a
short while with her parents,?Green
Annual Re-union Confederate Veterans
The Charleston and Western Caro
lina Railway beg to annouco on ac
count Yotorans Re-unlon at Augusta.
Nov, 14th to 16th, 1000, a| change has
been inn le In selling dates announced
for this occasion
Tickots will be .-old Nov. 13th, 14th
15th, and for morning trains of Kith,
with final limit Nov. 18th, 1000.
W. J. CRAIG,
General Passenger Agent.
A Monster Devil Fish
Destroying: its victim is a type of
Constipation. The power of this mur
derous malady is felt on organs and
nerves and musclos and brain. There's
no health till its overcome But Dr.
King's New Life Pills are. a safe and
certain cure Best In the world for
Stomach, l-iver, Kidneys and Bowels.
Only cents at Laurens Drug Co.
Laurens sent down a line delegation
on the early morning train. Among the
men of weight in tins crowd was Mr. J.
O. C. Fleming.
Another well known representative
citizen of this town, who is en joying
Pair week, is Mr. .!. W. Todd, cashier
of the Loan and Exchange Bank, of
Ex-Senator frby is at the Columbia.
The popular Clerk of Court of Lau
ren-. Mr. dohn Boh i- attending the
Fair.-?Columbia cor. News and Cou
A suit that -'i ts and is suited for
aorvloo We will sell you at a suitable
price good honest value wrapped up
with ev ry garniont wo sell.
Davis. Roper iV Co.
For ladies underwear be sure to see
my iine. It is the bestand cheapest.
(>. B. Simmons.
Everything at first cost at the The
The b -t $1.00 Shoe in Laufens: the
best $1,25 Shoe on the globs; the best
dome-tie-, in the county: the best suits
from $5.00 to $15.00 ever olVcred here.
Evory word true and If you Inspect
them you will say so too. We know it.
Davi3, Roper & Co.
You con get any grade or style of shoes
at the very lowest prices.
O. B, Simmons.
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible burn,
scald, cut or bruise. Buoklen's Arnica
Salve, tho best In the world will kill
the pain and promptly heal it. Cures
01(1 Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Bolls,
Felons, Corns, all Skin Eruptions, best
pile cure on earth. Onlv 25 cents a
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Lau
ren- Drug ('o.
Ladies ready-to-wear garments are a
great convenience as well as a saving
factor. Our underwear for the ladles
and children are moving rapidly. Don't
be late. Come fix for Jack Frost.
I )avi8| Roper St Co.
Miss Willie Wardlaw, a bright and
pretty young holy from Cross Hill, is in
the City as the guest of her cousin, Mrs.
Me David, Miss Willie has many
friends in Abbeville her old homo who
arc glad to see hor.?Abbeville Press
Dry Goods -Prettiest stylos ever of
fered in dress goods and at prices that
knock out competition. French Flan
nels the oxquislte taste and latest
creations just received in 12 shades.
1 >avis, Kopcr St Co.
Cold Sleol or Death*
There is nut one small chance to
*iivo your life and that is through an
operation," was the awful prospect sot
before Mrs. f. B. Hunt, of Lime Ridge,
Wie., by her doctors after vainly try
ing to cure her of a frightful case of
Stomach trouble and yellow jaundice.
He didn't count on the marvellous
power of F.lectric Bitters to cure Stom
ach and Liver troubles, hut she heard
of it, took seven bottles, was wholly
cured, avoided surgeon's knife, now
weighs more and feols hotter than over.
It's positively guaranteed to cure
Stomach. Liver and Kidney troubles
and never disappoints. Price 60 cents
at Laurens Drug Co.
if you want Shoes wc are the people.
O. B. Simmons.
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Married Im Spartaubtirg.
Mies Hertie Jaeksoo and.Mr. Willie
ii. Andorson were married In Spartan*
burg on Sunday afternoon at the real
doneo of Mi's. .i. T. Johnson. Miss Jack
8on was on her way to hor home in
West Virg'.'ua to her sister who Is
ill ;ukI af' .'v the commonv continued
on hor Journey, Mr. Anderson returning
to Laurens. Miss Jackson came to this
city several seasons ago and has heen
in charge of ihe millinery department
"i Mr. <>. B. Simmons, in which ostab
llshmonl Mr, Anderson also, holds a re
sponsible position. TIlO bride by
hor sweet and gracious personality has
made many friends in Laurens, who
are glad to know that this olty will be
bei" permanent hotno and who wish
her every happiness. The groom, tfco
Oldest son of Mr. 11 W. Anderson, a
prominent cltl/.en, is one of the most
highly ostoomod young business men In
The Land Sales.
The lands Bold by public officers on
Salesday brought fair prices,
A tract at the suit of Thos. A. Burn
side and others by Clerk Holt. 1711
acres to Col. Shaw at *1 ,.">0.").0O: another
tract, 1001 acres, $1,(105.00 to Col. Shaw.
The Tudgo of Probate sold of tho
W?lls lands, 222 acros at $1,300.00 and
?22 acres at *12.r> 00.
One tract near Whitmiros, sold bv
Clerk Bolt. 250 acres. $1,000.00. and 7n0
acres. $2825.00, W. L. Gray the pur
B. W. and J. w. Lanford, Executors,
sold a tract near Lanford's. 261 acres,
$1,080. Terms generally | cash, bal
ance at 12 months with Intorest ?
A meeting of farmers was held in the
Court House on Monday last and a
Wheat Growers Organization effected.
Dr. A C. Fuller was made President
and s. F. Parrott, Seorotary. On the
the notion of Col. Ball they were made
permanent ofneors for one year and the
I'resilient authorized to appoint Vice
Presidents,consisting of one from each
township und an executive committee.
The President appointed as follows:
Vice Presidents ? J. B. Humbert.
Sulllvans, J. c. Pedon, Dial, W. P.
Harris, Youngs: B. A. Anderson. Wa
terloo: George Hanna. Cross Hill: R.
C. Davis, Hunter: P. M. Pitts, .lacks:
M. A. Summorel, Souffletown, J. D. M.
Executive Committee ? Jared D.
Sullivan, A. J. Smith, A. H. Martin.
This committee will report a perma
nent constitution. A meeting is called
for Saturday, the 17th inst , and the
President has sent out a large number
of Invitations to farmers to be present
at the proposed mooting, it is a leisur
time comparatively and there should
be a rood attendance . Remember that
it costs nothing to be a member, and
there arc a hundred things that firm
er-: should discuss and nothing can be
done effectually without an organiza
Dynamite Still 111 Vogue.
About ii o'clock Friday night a tre
mendous explosion was heard all over
Laurens, giving n part of the town a
thorough shaking up. \ cottage occu
pied by Mary Bridges, Oil the premises
of Dr. James McCarloy, was blown up
by dynamite, the object being to kill
the woman. She, however, smelt the
fuse and escaped before the explosion,
but tho house and furniture were very
thoroughly demolished. Only about a
month ago an attempt of the same char
acter was made niton the life of this wo
man, so she was alive to the situation
in time Friday night. In the former in
stance, as in this, she was out, the
house alone being damaged, since tho
lirst attempt she moved into another
part of town. The fuse used is said to
have been tluce fool in length. The
police are at work on the case but have
made no atvests .
Don't forget to see our mammoth 10
cents counter. Goods on it really worth
S. M. & F.. H. Wilkes.
In Honor of Mrs, Featherstone.
Special to The State.
Xewherry. Nov. 3.?Mrs. F./..Wilson
gave a reception from 1 to 0 o'clock
this afternoon complimentary to her
sister. Mrs. C. C. Featherstone, of Lau
rens. Her elegant home was tastily de
corated in chrysanthemums and roses.
The colors of yellow and white domin
ated in the reception rooms and the
dining room was a bower of roses. A
delightful luncheon was served to about
forty-live guests and each in departing
was refreshed with lemon frappo and
given a bouquet of violets as a souve
nir. Misses Laura Please and Laura
Bowman discoursed swoet music during
the entire afternoon.
If you don't believe we can sell the
most stylish hats for the lowest prices
come and see Mrs. Adams
.lust received a largo shipment of
Turkey Roasters. 2">. .'<">, 10 and r>0 cts.
Gel roady for your Thanksgiving Tur
S. M. & E. IL Wilkes.
The Fair is selling everything at
lirst cost for 3C days. Now is your time
'o save money. All new, seasonable
goods for winter wear, dry goods, shoes,
hats, clothing, jeans at.d flannels all
to go at first manufacturers price.
All wool Jeans at The Fair, worth 25
cents at 15 cents in the cost sale.
Great cost salo at Tho Fair. Every
thing in tho store at lirst New York
cost, owing to a change in the business.
Capt. A. VV. Anderson, superinten
dent of the C. it W. C. Kail way com
pany, isin the city attending the Fair.
(Jap t tain Anderson is a native of
Laurens county and is deeply in
terested in the affairs of South Caro
lina and Georgia. Ho has a great
many friends in both States and is re
garded as one of the best posted men in
railroad circles to bo found anywhere,
in the State. Bis Columbia friends and
those from other parts of tho State
wore delighted to see him on tho fair
Everything at cost at The Fair?a
grand opportunity to supply vourself
Everything at lirst cost at Tho Fair.
Croat cost sale going on at The Fair.
Shoos worth $1,26, for 86 coots at Tho
*.").()0 Suits at Tho Fair for only M 00
School shoes that are school shoes In
the true sense of the word. They will
stand the hard use that a school child
can give. them. Prices small,
Davis, Roper & Co.
Don't stop until you pot to O. M.
Simmons, if you want the right styles
and the lowest prices.
Corsets a necessity. The Indies
garments of the coming season make a
good fitting corset a ncc< HSity, Tue U
& (i gives the late fashionable elc
ganco of (Ifftiro 80 milch to bo desired.
Wo have them in all tho now frhapos
Davis, Roper & Co.
Ribbons a mile or a foot. Wo havo
a Muttering mass of ribbons from
which you may choose what you want.
Soe my line of men's shirts at 46
contH. Big assortment and groat
O. B. Simmons.
Mrs. Adams lias Zephyr in all colors,
(lormantown and Saxony wool.
Do not send off for books, now or 2r.d
hand, but come to us. .
Palmetto Drug Co.
AN!) BRIEF NOTES OF RECENT
Mr. Laurens I>. l'itts went to Cohun
bia Fair Week.
Mr. .lohn B. Brooks went to Colum
bia for the Pair,
Mrs. Julia F. MoOowan, of Spartan
burg, visited in the city this week.
Mr. R. A. Cooper, legislator-elect.
visited Columbia last wgok.
Mr. Pi H. MoOowan, of Spartanburg,
was in tho city Monday.
An Atlanta "Col." has boon convicted
Col. J. \V. Ferguson spent Fair Week
Messrs. J. H. and Wiitts Davis, of
Clinton, were in town Friday.
Rev W. S. Holmes went to Spartan
Miss Mary Simpson was the guest of
friends at Chicora College last week.
Col. J. L. M. Irby has returned from
a trip to Richmond.
Mr. Herbert Martin spent Sunday In
Mis8 Bessie brown and Mr. J. G.
brown, of Cross Hill, worein town yes
Mr. and Mrs. W. K, Rlohey and
Mrs. J. F. Burton went to Columbia
for the Fair.
Mr. J. R. Little, the po..e m
ductor between Laurons and St ivilh
spent a few days at the Fair.
Mr. Virgil White, of Towers, was in
the city Friday and paid Tin: ADVER
TISER a pleasant call.
Misses Annie and Lizzie Rlohoy and
Miss Virginia Simians spent Thursday
at tho Fair.
Mrs. O. B. Mayor, of Newherry, is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Creswell Car
llngton, In Hrooklyn .
Mrs. W. E. Lucas and children have
returned home after spending the sum
mer and autumn in North Carolina and
The Rev. R. H. Jones, of the Metho
dist church, will preach at 11 A. M.
next Sunday and the sermon will be es
pecially for the Knights of Pythias.
Friday last was a busy day with Com
missioners of Elections, giving out
boxes, tickets and papers connected
with the election.
Miss Ida Fuller, Mr. Connor Fuller
and Mr. Robort Davis went down to
Clinton last week for the Davls-Phltips
Rev. John Owen, of tho Methodist
conference, was fatally wounded on
Tuesday last by young Mr. Walter
Smith, while out snooting at Johnsons.
Mr. Owen has since died.
Mrs. Comweli of Hendersonvllle, N.
C. who as Miss Mamie black, is most
pleasantly remembered in Lauren-, is
visiting her hrother-ln-law. Col. J. II.
Hon. John R. Harrison, a leading
citizen of Greenville county, is soon to
move to Laurens, wo understand. He
will bo a valuable addition to our best
citizenship and cordially welcomed.
As necessity is the mother of inven
tion, so something scarcity i- the incen
tive to thrift. Fanners say 'hat largo
Quantities of bay have been secured for
the last month ami the barns well
Stocked Much also has been sold on
the streets of this town.
Mrs. J. M. Visanska and children
left to join Mr. Visanska in Georgetown
on Thursday to the regret of their
largo clrelo of friends in Laurens. Miss
Lllla Visanska will spend the winter
here howovor in charge of a large
class in music.
Nowberry was selected for the bap
tist State Convention this fall, hut on
account of the sickness ol tho wife of
the Pastor, Rev. G. A. Wright. Gl'OOn
wood, upon the invitation of the church
of that city has been substituted and
the Convention will assemble there on
Friday boiorc tho 2nd Sunday in De
Mr. Rutledgo Fuller, a son of Mr.
Calvin Fuller, of Mountville and a
prominent and rising young man, is to
be married to-morrow to Mrs. Anthn
Watts Dial, at the home of the bride's
father, Col. J. Wash Watts. The young
couple will havo the good wishes ami
congratulations of a large circle of
R. A. Cooper,Esq. chosen to the Leg
islature on yesterday, resigned as mag
istrate last week and Jno. Si. Htldgens,
Esq. chosen in the Primary has been
appointed in his stead. Jas 11. Drum
mond chosen yesterday to be county Su
pervisor resigned to the Governor as
magistrate of Youngs and Mr. A. S.
Riddlo chosen in the Primary will suc
Tho largo Laurons delegation that
went down to tho Columbia Fair have
returned in safety. A village rat some
what low in flesh found a hole to a
closet whore was a good Parmesan
cheese. He found it so ageeable that
ho made It his quarters, but grew so
fat apace that ho could not pass the
hole in returning, was captured and
dealt with Recalling tho fate of this
rodont our delegation will be glad that
thoy are safe at home.
Mr. Joseph Wham, of tho vicinity of
F.den, Dials' Township, was in tho
City on Friday last. He reported crops
as short, Out If there is a gritty popula
tion in the State it is there to be found
and thoy will surely pull through. Mr.
Wham showed us a handsome nugget
of pure gold rocontly takon from his
land. Ho lives In the mineral roglon
of the county?gold has boon taken
from various points in the neighbor
hood during tho last half century, and
now Is a good timo to havo exports to
prospect for tho precious metal. If it
1b found In abundance then "Eden" is
Owing to a change in their buslnoss
The Fair is ottering their entire stock
of dry goods, shoes, clothing, notions,
hats and piece goods at lirst manu
facturers cost. You car. buy anything
thore cheaper than any merchant can
buy them for thoy bought entirely
from the manufacturers in jobbers
Quantities. It will pay you to give
them a call. A save from 26 to 50 per
cont on your inonoy.
As wo go to press tho result is doubt
ful. Hut it is reported that New York
went for McKinley. In the meanwhile
it looks ghostly for Bryan. We must
hear our souls in nationod. Wo are not
unacquainted with tribulation.
a NEW LAW FIRM?
The undersigned have this day en
tered into a partnership for the practice
of law in tho Courts of this Stale, under
the name ef Simpson A- Cooper and will
promptly attend to all business en
trusted to thorn.
IL Y. Simpson,
r. a. Cooper.
We. always load. If you need the
nsw sohoof books we keep thorn in
Palmetto Vvug Co,
Two bushels of Landreth's BED
and WHITE ONION SETS,
mixed, soiled and wet by the R.
R., but their growing qualities
not injured, To bo sold CHEAT
Tho Laurons Drug Co.
'Phono 70 Goods delivered.
A Night ot Terror.
'?Awful anxiety was felt for the
widow of the brave General Hutnhnm.
of Maohias, Me., when the doctors said
?>hc could not live till morning" writes
Mrs, S II. Lincoln, who attended her
that fearful night. "All thought she
must soon die from Pneumonia, but
she bogged for Dr. King's New Dis
covery, saying it had more than once
saved her life and cured her of Con
sumption. After three small doses
she slept easily all night, and its fur
ther use completely cured her." This
marvellous mcdicino is guaranteed to
cure all Throat, Chest and Lung Dis
eases. Only ;">() cents and $1.00. Trial
bottles free at Laurens Drug Co.
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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 $250
in cash and many articles of silver
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of these prizes will bo. sent you with
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OH 10 AGO HOUSE HOLD GU EST,
Don't throw them away be
cause they are broken. Pet -
hups it will take hut little money
to make them as good as new
If your watch does not keep
time take it to
W. A. JOHNSON,
Laurens, 8. C.
-*? FALL 1900 5**
A Dollar .saved is a Dollar made, and there is no easier way for you to accomplish this than by buying yotn wants from us.
We have over $}o,ooo.oo 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 ami Woolen Fabrics, and we
will guarantee our prices to he as Low as the Lowest. in Furs, Capes and Jackets we have a lino of the newest things
out?bought below the market value, and those who are interested in new Raps for Winter will save money by inspecting
our line before buying.
lyfillifjery IDejpaftfpetjt. ~f
In this Department we have all the latest things in street hats, all the new shades, the new shapes, new trimmings in the
richest colors in Silks, Velvets and Fancy Feathers. AH at the very Lowest Prices. Corsets, Underwear, etc., in all grades from
the cheapest to the best.
i^fcl '112? tjgit "j 1 !mf% fip* t^Trf^llf^i^ is immense. We have Ladies and Children's shoes in all grades, and can
\Jr Vrr* W% \& H %3 f""n *? ! Ul'C^lm give you the best #'i.oo shoes on the Market. In line 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 State lor men and boys from brogans to the very best grades, and we want to impress upon you to gel our prices before
VttirtjpMj) * ?** * * $fett|i$Mll?g$o * r*:iT^L?T%^
Wc have all 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 our
goods at right prices, and we will not be undersold.
N# fJ?SS ?t CO^S Hue of Tailor-made Suits we
^ mmTjmaw - w >w ftro displaying . just roooived
now lot of samples to-day that we can soil you at about one-half thoir
value. All tho now shados and materials, and remember you get noth
ing but the best of workmanship. Buy at once then you will not break
a coramandmont by envying your friond.
O?f Bi-y Goods JDejpaftirjeijt
is being replenished every day with tho latest and nowest Goods lust received
this week speeial lots of
French f lannels, Henriettas, Black and Colored Silks.
Wo carry tho largest line, of Homespuns, Ginghams, Calicoes, etc., in Laurens. Our prices are the smallest
Ladeis Underwear, Corsets, Kid-Gloves, Uibbons-a mile or a fool.
Otir lyiep's Departement
is moro complete than ovor before, and wo aro making buyers happy every day. How about You?
Laurens, S. C.
ot white Enamel and Aluminum Finish marks tho culmination of tho Rauge
Just Married Folks
will find it always pays to buy the best. Wo aro sure that the bost is just good enough
for them. When we say the bost Range we always refer to tho
TboBo I'urchasod now will last to Cook tho Feast for the Golden Wedding.
_ Purchases. 0 \^
,*; f Froight l*
Laurens, S. C.
Mm Uthit )kttet?
To claim that tho Harris Lithia Water is Superior to any other
water on tho continent is claiming a great, deal, hut wo can prove this
to bo so by tho analysis made by the most noted Chomiats in Amor
ica, and also by tho most, noted physicians from all parts of the
conr' . Head what they say:
Harris Springs, S. C.
Dear Sir:?I have proscribed
Harris Lithia Water freely, in
cases where a Lithia Water was
indicated, for over seven years',
ami have never known it to fail
to prove highly bonefioial to tho
patient* I have usod othor lithia
waters, but hav<? had better results
from Harris Lithia Water than
any I have ovor employed in my
practice 1 regard it as a sovereign
remedy in Trie acid Diathesis,
(lout, rheumatism of tho kidneys
and bladder, [n acute and ahronio
bright's disease, and in diabetes
we navo no remedy at our com?
inand tliat. oxcols Harris Lithia
Water. I havo no hesitancy in
saying that the wafer may bo ro
bed upon to givo most satisfactory
results, and that it is a suro, pos
itivo solvont of Uric acid and tho
Yours very truly,
James B. Margan, M. i).,
Prof, of (.'homistry and Pharmacy Med
ical Department of the University
Asheville, N. C, April 24, 1893.
An oxtondod clinical uso of
Harris Lithia Wator prompts mo
to tho statement that I rogard it
uh one of tho host, if not tho boBt,
Lithia Water known to tho profes
sion. In tho condition of Phos
phatic Urine, its action is marvel
ous. Its uso in tho Rhoumatic
and Gouty Disoasoa affords mo
moro comfort than oithortho Buf
falo or Londonderry Wa+^rs.
Vory truly yoi.rs,
John Hey Williams, M. D.
The Hotel at this famous spring is now open for guests, and if
you will come to tho Spring and drink tho wator and aro not benefited
or ourod wo will board you free. <
Harug Hotel Company.
simply to have- tho money itself. Von work for it bocauso
you want what it will buy. Whon you buy horo you may
depend upon utilizing tho full power of a Dollar. A dollar
goes a long wayH at our Btoro. \Vr? have a Mammoth
Clothing, Shoes, Furnishing
Goodf; and Staple Dry Goods
which we have marked at tho LOWJCST prices, We ,.an
suit you in Clothing, in both style and price. Moo's extra
size, fine punts to fit. any one.
for all tho pooplo in all grades. The Bion Shoes at 50
is tho belt flhooB for gentlemen. Wo have a full lino of
Gents Furnishing Goods, Ladies Capos and Staples Dry
Goods at Lowest I'ricoB.
J. 10. M infer & llro.
Laurens, S. 0., Oct. 2, 1900.