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and Clothing at cost at The
Dry Goods of all kinds tit first Now
York cost at The Fair .
All kinds of Dross Good ., wool and
cotton, at cost tit Tho I "air.
Wo will save yon money on anything
you wear. We can givQ you anything
to wear alroudy made up or wo can soil
the cloth. You do your sol fund fainllv
mi injury every time yon |?u\ any"
thing to wear w it wont Irsl Knolius t%\t?u
Tilt) Teachers in Council.
Tho Laurons County Tonoliors' Asso
elation mot ul Lauren-. Suturduv, Nov.
10th, President Juntos A. Madden in
Tlio tulnntos of the hi si Association
were read by the Secretary.
The first fUlbjOol 'or dUcilSslon was
thi llenollt of Toaehors' Meetings In
tin absence of the appointee, Prof.
Ohas. i". Brooks, Prof, J. I?. Wutklns
made n short talk in which ho spoke ol
the main boil' lits to bo dorlvcd bom
tho teachers meeting together.
Next on program was the subject ol
Notnt'on ami Num< ration The up
iKiiutoo being absent, Profs I, 11. Wat*
kins and VV. P. Culbortsou conducted
the recitation, making i: both Inter
esting and iusi motive.
The next subject for discussion was
Addition and Substruction, Prof. W
C. Irby handled it vory nicely, giving
US his method of teaching little chil
dren how to add and subtract.
Prof I). Y. Ctllboi'tson now explained
many short cuts in Arithmetic, which
were very much appreciated by the
The Secretary on rolled tho teachers
und the Association adjourned.
bi:ssiK I-;. IIuihikxs.
at 'I he
I lldlos Shoes, lace or lull too.
Fair lor cehtS. Kvei'V pair war
l?o\ suits only til cents ul Tl e PiiiiS
Cdsi you $' .on anj win re else.
Tho Laurons Furnltiu'o Fne'ory i
getting well on the way. Las! week
they shipped six ear loads ol handsome
Furniture to Georgia, A ubanui, Vir
ginia, Tennessee, Arkansas ami South
Carolin:-. I, Is in Spite of McKinley
and due to tho energy of President R,
See our now line id Swinging Hall
Lamps. Only (tl.ns at S. M. and i: 11.
Kvorything at manufacturers cost at
A ( all lo the Partners?
T ic Lauren- County Wheat Orow
ora' Association cordially invit< si very
fanner in I aureii* county to ho pres
ent at the meeting noxt Saturday, 17th
last., at 11 o'clock in th s Court llou.se.
Topics of interest will he discussod by
able farmers who have made a suc
cess of wheat culture. An effort will
also he made to hav a report from
the contest in Greenville county hist
year. Very probably some valuable
prizes will be awarded. Come and join
hands with us.
A. C. PULLtUt,
The Fair i.s so'ling every thing at
Go to Tho Fair and save 25 to !lo cts,
?>n every dollar you spend,
Lace and chenille curtains at cost at
The l air.
The best fcl.OC sho. on i he globe: t ho
best $1.25 shoe on earth, the besi chil
dren's shoo In the county. Tin biggest
stock to select from
Davis, I '? ?per & Co.
ItlCSOI.l'TIONS <>1 UK' I' IC'I
In MumokV "I .1 i. S\ < M \- i
Wlieicas, it hath pica iei A mi ' /
God, in his ali wi. e Provld ? . to I ike
out of t'iis world the soul of i u do as
ed brother Knight, J..I. MoMni - : an I
V\ Kerens, we, as a trite llrol ic ; ?od,
ttrtqu >f t ioning lew to the mandate i
the Great Supremo Oh ineellor over >ii!,
Itosolved I. That in the Icni ?: J. .1.
McMaiitis, lAHren? Lodjt , Nui her 1.1, has
lost n laitliful niomhor, and the Order of
Knights of Pythias a tine and generous
Drothcr whoso friendship, eh iritj and l>o
nevok-uco were known ol all loon*.
2. That (he A Itar of tin- I. dge ho draped
with emblems61* mouthing for thirty days
as a ii ark of love and esteem fei' our de
parted Ih ol her.
3d. That the ? resolutions lie spread
Upon tl..- minute- and a r?l tlio in ?
he tendered the hereave i I nnilj , and I
n page of our Journal he dedleat d t" ids
niflliii i ry .
P. 11 Kiiitl.i; i Jo.VKS,
II. 1 RRHY,
M. L. Nash,
The great cost salo at The Fab' con
tinue-, to draw great crowds. It i-n't oi
ten you can hu.y,w intor goods in the be
ginning of tho season al cos) ami thoj
are sidling at first cost.
A full line of air tight Hot Stlllf
Heaters. Only *-J.!'i?.
' S. M. ,v K. II. Wllkos.
2.Olio yards of calico to go at 4 cents.
You cannot match it in Laurons. Also
2,000 yards at '.'> cents. If you want
any, you had bottor COlllO at one.-.
Davis. Uopor & Co.
Tho different patterns In all wool
plaids, worth 50 cents per yard, to close
OUt at l!> cents per j ard.
Davis, Kol? & Co.
Von can get any grade or ? t yle of shot s
at the very lowest prices
o II, Simmons.
Annual Kc union C ill federate Veterans
The Charleston and Wostorn Caro
lina Ballway heg to annoucc on ac
count Veterans He-union al Augusta,
Nov 11th to 16th, 1900, ajchange has
been made in Selling datOB announced
for this occasion
Tickets will be sold Nov. 13th. 14th
15th, and for morning trains of Ulfch,
with final limit Nov. 18th, III 0.
W. J, CIIA10,
General Passenger Agent.
Doyen suppose SO many people would
buy from us if we did not sell bottor
goods than any other llOUSOS?
Davis, I topOl' & Co,
Dry Goods have never 1> en -old as
cheap in Lain . n-> as we have bo u Of
fering them. All new styles and tho
ve ry host quality.
D i vis, I lopor tv Co.
Rev. R. H. Jones went to Clinton Fri
day to conduct tho funeral services of a
little son of Rev. J. M. Friday, Rev.
Mr. Friday baa recently lost two bright
and beautiful boys, and has the hearty
sympathy of numbers of friends.
A sad accident occurred on Friday
last In Dial's Township, near Rabb
town. Two little children of Mr. El
berl Matlor, hoy and girl, about nix
roars Old were playing in Die cotton
I' BS. By some accident tho loose eot
i bocamo Ignited and the children
lost their li\Cs. The eldest, a boy.
managed to scramble out, but died
Rev. R. II. Jones preached at tho
Methodist church Sunday to the
Knights of I'ythias. The Knights, a
hue looking set of fellows attended in
1 hody. Mr. Jones preached an Inter
esting sermon, full of thought and
Btrongth upon tho beautiful storv of
the friendship of David und Johna
than. After the sermon tho Knights
ang together, ? Godblessour knightly
'and" and the services closed with
"God be with you till we meet again "
sunir by the entire congregation.
The Official Count.
The Commissioners had an all day
job tabulating the recent vote and
making out their returns. Democratic
Flectoral vote. i:,io: Republican SO.
Polnlur Republican candidate foi on
tress, 26; Johnson, Democratic candi
date 1523. State Senator M8U; Repre
sentatives NGO; County olhcers 1-PV7.
The total vote is a fraction over one
hall the Primary vote whlob was over
!l,000 r.-ui! ns did herd- ty much bet
tor than many counties.
The Hall of Fume.
It is remarked and deplored as the
century closos that the American Re -
ubltc is degenerating with the acqnlsl
Ion of foreign territory and a taste of
rdlng it over Agulnaldo and hla
1 lldfl Into decided monarchical as
rat'i ns rend l< ndene'es. Apropos of
" i-' pos ihllity.during the last twenty
itrs ( very family having respectable
nli rdenis and glorious traditions
. ve had the facts preserved In the
archives of the Colonial Dames.
Sons of the Revolution and other or
ganizations of a like character Thus
wh? ? the Monarch v comes, the nobility
wir >e established. The Hall of Fame,
an ?ine, .-an Westminister Abbey, the
gift of a benevolent plutocrat, Is a re
cent departure on the same lino. Tho
building is nn adjunct of tho Univer
sity of New York and arehitectually is
very elegant and boautiful.
About thirty names havo been se
lected so fnr for enrollment In its
halls and it Is notable that the names of
neat statesmen and jurists are in the
ascendenoy rather than great authors.
Tho South is but sparsely represented.
New England has a big representation.
Hohei t K Fee is admitted, the Nor
thern newspapers having seized upon
tl ? incident to say small and nasty
things. It does not matter, any of it.
If a man is great it will be Impossible
to bury him, If ho possesses more no
toriety than fame it will be transient
and the tourist examining the exquisite
mural tablets and statuary will have to
carry a pocket edition of an encyclo
|) dla if he makes an Intelligent pro
gress through the abode of the "im
Mrs. Adams has talVeta silks and vel
vet.- in all colors .
An Interesting Social Event at Water.
loo this Evening.
Miss Lconido Wharton will he mar
ried at tho Baptist church at Waterloo,
this evening to Mr. Clyde O. Fuller.
Miss Wharton is tho daughter of Col.
I. II. Wharton and is one of the most
attractive young ladies In tho county.
M r. Kuller is a rising young buslnoss man
and is gem-rally and highly esteemed.
After tho ceremony at the ohuroh the
bridal party will be tendered an elo
..' iiit reception at the beautiful and hos
pitable home of Col. Wharton.
Death of Mr. Craig.
Mr. Robert Craig died at the home
of his uncle. Mr W. II. Owens, of Clin
on, on Saturday morning. Mr. Craig
had been III tor a long period. A wife
and throe children survive, him and
hav ? the deep sympathy of their num
Mr. Craig belonged to a prominent
, of ! ' ! county and was a young
man of promise, hut for several years
before his death was an invalid. He
was n member of the Laurens Lodge
Knights of l'ythia-, which sent down
? committee of gentlemen to attend his
Ileautiful trimmed ha's at the lowest
prices at Mr-. Adams?
Mr. Paul Simpson is tho champion
hog raisor. ITe has two hogs that will
weigli 500 pounds each and the hogs
iro about Is or 20 months old. One of
them became the mother of 17 well
developed pigs last week. Counting
her weight at 5c per pound and pigs at
s 1.00 each would make the. price of a
bale of cotton. Mr. Simpson raised one
last year that notted over400pounds.
The above facts show what can DO done
;i tho right olTorl is made. It is no
t rouble to raise hogs if you raise corn ?
without corn you can raise nothing ox
copi tho .ion and mortgage .given to
raiso cotton.?Glenn Springs cor. Spar
tanburg Free Lance.
Do not send off for books, new or 2nd
hand, but come to us.
Palmetto Drug ('o.
Unquestionably tho two best, books
about Chinese life and the Chinese peo
ple aro those by Arthur II. Smith, en
titled "Village Fife in China" and Chi
noso Characteristics." Dr. Smith has
long been a missionary in China. He
was In 1'eking when the outbreak arose,
and was throughout a prisoner in the
Legations, hi The Outlook for October
27th, Dr Smith, under tho title, "The
Punishment of Peking." tolls much
that has not heretofore been told about,
the dramatic and tragic evens of the
vvooks when the world was waiting to
hoar from the prisoners in Peking.?
This article is the llrst in a series which
Dr Smith is writing for The Outlook as
its Special Commissioner in China. It
would be Impossible t<> name a man
whoso oxperieneo and literary work
hotter lit him for such a tusk. (3.00 a
-ear. Tho Outlook, Company, New
Men's Suits at Tho Fair. Only 39
cents, worth 65 cents.
rOvorything at The Fair for llrst cost.
Smaller in price than quality. This
l.s go of our lines this season. We have
tho largest and bOStStOCk we have ever
had and W0 are .-(-Hing more goods than
I >avls, I toper & Co.
#25,000 worth of merchandise to bo
sold at in st .ufacturers' cost at Tho
Fair H Is an opportunity you cannot
i llord to miss. Clothing. Shoes, Dry
Goods, .leans. DrCHH Goods and Flan
nols. in fact ovorythlngyou will nootl
for win tor. Go and examine their
Have you Beon those pretty belt pins
at Mrs. Adams?
? ... m
Winter Shoos-?such as you will not
be afraid to wear in bad weather: such
as are made of sol hi leather and will
I >avis, I toiler .v < 'o.
We are selling more ovor-ooats than
ever before. Moral: Our coats are
good and cheap.
Davis, Roper & Co.
Now Is tho timo you will need a
Crate. Our stock 1? complete. From
*2.2fi to $41.50.
?. M. A &. H. Wilkeu.
AND BRIEF NOTES OF RECENT
When you soil your cotton it is a
good tlmo to pay your subscription.
Mrs. E. H. Wilken visited friend- in
Nowberry last week.
Dr. (). B. Mayer,of Ncwbeny, was in
Mr. A. S. Kiddle,of Youngs', has re
ceived his commission as magistrate.
There was a big crowd in the city
on Saturday and trade was lively.
Mrs. U. K. Aikcti and Master Hugh
loft for Charleston last Thursday.
Cotton yesterday was it*. It was
rolling into market freely. |
Mr. dames B. Mieter, of Scdulia.
was In the city yesterday.
Mr. NT. H Dial visited Spartanburg
on legal business last week.
Dr. if. IC. Alkon visited Columbia
Mr.d.W. Mitchell, of Dickens county,
is visiting in Laurens.
Mr. 11. N. Smith, of Greenville, was
in the city Sunday.
Messrs Fleming Smith and Charles
Wharton go to Waterloo to-day for the
Wharton Fuller wedding.
Mrs. Joseph T. Johnson, of Spartan
burg, visited at Mr H. W. Anderson's
Mrs. Jarod D. Sullivan returned on
Thursday from a vbdt to her daughter.
Mrs Charles Bostiok, of Spartanburg.
Monday morning was black anil raw
and there was a slight shower of snow
Mr. L. W. Slmklns will go to Wa
terloo to-day to attend the Wharton
Mr. Frank Webb is lerking at
Wilkos and will be glad for his friends
Ti.W.simkins, Esq. went up to Green
ville ou Friday last on professional busi
The Urs! snow of the season in Vir
ginia on the 8th lust., and the moun
tains were covered.
Miss Mary Badgett has returned to
Spartanburg after a visit to relatives
Mrs. William Gelding and Miss
Libyan Gelding, of Denver, Colorado,
?ro the guests of Captain and Mrs. J,
Miss Alma Burns, a bright young
girl from Marksdale's. has been elected
librarian of the Cotbran Literary So
ciety at Chlcora College.
An old friend, .lorry L. Hell, for
merly of Laurens, now of Spartanburg.
paid the advertiser a pleasant call
on Saturday last.
Thieves stolo a bale of cotton from
the gin house of Mr. M. B. l'oole on
the F.noree on Friday night last. The
thing is getting too common.
KUis G. Gray don, of Groonwood, may
he added to the list of candidates for
the Judgeship of this, the 7th Judicial
JonasSwink charged with the kill
ing of Mrs. Pearson, at WoodrulT,8par
tun burg county, has been granted bail
MessrsL. I). Pitts, It. Fleming Jones,
and Luther Roper will be groommen
at the wedding of Mise Leonide Whar
ton and Mr. Clyde Fuller this evening.
Maj. A. Barron Holmes, the very
genial representative of the Walker ,\
Evans Co.. was in the city on Monday
and Tuesday lust and the whole town
was on a smile in coDSOCjltcntvo.
Mr. W. W. Simpson, ol WoodrulT,
spent some time in the city during lust
??' ek. He is an old Laurens boj and
manv friends arc; always reads to groel
The Method's! Conforonce will con
vene two woeks hoQco atChestor. Bis
hop It. K. Hargrove will preside and
Bishops Duncan und l'it/.gerahl will be
The First Presbyterian church, of
Clinton, (says the Clinton Gazette,) will
build a handsome new house of worship
mi the site of the present odltleo. The
choice of the spot Is happy as tie- site Is
a very beautiful one.
Many of our subscribers have paid
us very pleasant and to 'us profitable
calls. We are very appreciative, but
hope their good example will be gen
erally followed. We will expect every
body, who has not been in, on salesday.
Constables in Greenville got on a
hot trail of a barrel In Greenville
county. It was linally found buried in
a creek and a cart was captured, but
Peter Copeland, notorious in Laurens,
was not ovortaken.
As wo go to press we learn of the
death of Mrs. Thadeous Babb, of Dials,
on Monday. Mrs. Babb was a promi
nent Christian lady and a sister of
Messrs. LewlB and Hobt. Abereromblo.
Messrs Bonton Fuller, Robert llol
lingsworth and John It. Wellp, promi
nent planters, were in town from Cross
The Chrysanthemum show given at
Clinton last week was a great success,
The fair and charming womon of Clin
ton understand thoroughly the cultiva
tion of this beautiful Mower.
Bishop Capers will make his annual
visit to the church of tho Epiphany,
this city,on Sunday evening next, 18th
inst. Services will bo bold at sovon
thlrty in the evening. Everybody
will bo cordially welcomed at the
The Legislature convenes under the
Constitution tho 2nd Tuesday in Jan
uary and tho month coining in on
Tuesday, the Goneral Assembly will
convene noxt yoar ou the earliest pos
sible day. They will huvo 2!l days In
January and ought to bo homo by the
10th of Fobruary.
('apt. J. B. LIumbort, of Princeton,
was-in tho city on Wednesday last ami
called upon the Advertiskr, ap
parently as brave and stalwart us when
ho sorvod Laurens In the Wallace
Kongo, and helped to redoem t he State
Mr. Walfcor Hunt, of Newborry, one
of tho brightest and most popular
young mon in the Stato was chosen at.
the last Re-union, Commander of the
Sons of Veterans for South Carolina. J.
B. Park, a popular favorite of Laurens.
now of Greenwood, has been appointed
a member of his staff.
Tho Christian and Missionary Alli
ance closod their sorvices at the Opera
Houso last Wodnosday. Tho meeting
was continued for a woek or ten days
longer than was originally intonood on
account of the groat Interest shown it;
tho services. The attendance was im
monsc and many able sermons pr jaoheil
Treasurer Babb has eolleetod 43,380,?
U4 00 up to Saturday of $71,448.00 taxes
due Stato and county. This is not one
twentieth dollar. Time is up Dccum
bor 31, and the Legislature don't con
vono until Jan. 1001. Although the
IGovernor and Comptroller have power
to extend tho time they may not do it.
come high, but we must have them
When we went into business we
Inaugurated u policy which has been
received with pleasure by parties
of all political creeds?a policy of
liberality in dealing, of selling
good- for just what they are, of
refunding money for unsatisfactory
goods, of promptness and polite
lies-, and, most important of all. ac
curacy in lining proscriptions.
There is no change of administration id
our Store this year.
The Laurens Drug Co.
'Phone 76 Goods delivered.
A NEW LAW IT KM.
Tho undersigned base this day en
tered Into a partnership for the- practice
of law in the Courts of this State, under
the name of Simpson & Cooper and will
promptly attend to all business en
trusted to them.
II. Y. Simpson,
II A. COOPKU.
We always lead. If you need the
new school books we keep them in
Palmotto Drug Co.
Story of a Slave.
To be bound hand and foot for years
by the chains of disease is the worst
form of slavery. Oe.orge 1). William'?,
of Manchester. Mich., tells how.such a
slave was made free, lie says: "My
wife has been so helpless for live years
that she could not turn over In bed
alone. After using two bottles of
Kleotrle Hitters she is wonderfully im
proved and able to do her own work."
This supremo remedy for female dis
eases quickly cures nervousness, sleep
lessness, melancholy, headache, back
ache, fainting and di/./.y spells. This
miracle working medicine is a god
send to weak, sickly, run-down people.
Kvery bottle guaranteed. Only fiOcts.
Sold by Tho Laurens Drug c >.
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,
Laurens, S. C
-*? FALL 11)00 $?
A Dollar laved is u Dollar made, and there is no easier way for you to accomplish this than by buying your wants from .is.
W ( have over $30,000.00 in Dry Goods, Furs, Capes, Jackets, Millinery, Notions, Shoes, Clothing and Gents' Furnishings. Our line oi
i by odds the largest ever brought to this market and is composed of all the latest Silk and Woolen Fabrics, and we
will guarantee oar prices to be as Low as the Lowest. In Furs, Capes and Jackets we have a line ol the newest things
oat?bought below the market value, and those who are interested in new Raps fcl Winter will save money by inspecting
our line before buying. ;g
lylillif)ery i?epaf trperjt. 3
this Department we have all the latest things in street hats, all the new shades, the new shapes, new trimmings in the
. in Silks, V? Ivcts and Fancy Feathers. All at the very Lowest Prices. Corsets, Underwear, etc., in all grades from
to tin- best.
(55 M 1 Hl C ^& *1f iffj MT is immenye- nave l'il<bVs and Children's shots in allgrades, and can
<2> fi 'Uf t* W 1 UI^Pi% give you the best #i oo shoes on the Market. Inline we have the
ler Dros., and those who have worn them will bear us out that there are none better made?every pair warranted. We
Stale for men and boys from brogans to the very best grades, and we want to impress upon you to get out prices before
sell the Bay
?l?%tlUj * Ulli * f&ftft'ft * ftoCl|iS|I?i^ * R.'iul'v-m;
We have all
foods at ritfl
put in a complete line ol
ido Clothing in all grades.
tin- nobby shapes and the new colors in men and boy's hats. We have the latest things in ties, shirts, suspenders, fancy
everything in an up-to-date Furnishing store. Our aim is to sell goods and in order to do this we have marked our
it prices, and we will not be undersold.
"?t"lSS iS' C/O S liuo of Tftilor"ma(l(> Suits WO
* VrfV^ >? aro displaying just rocoived
now lot of samploH to-day that wo can soil you at uhnut ouo-half their
value. All the new shades and materials, and remember you get noth
ing but tho best of workmanship. Huy at onco then you will not bmak
a commandment by onvyiug your friend.
Oixr Dry Goods ?ejpaftirjeijt
is being replenished every day with tho latest and newest floods Just received
this wook special lots of
French Flannels, Henriettas, Black and Colored Silks.
Wo carry the largosl line, of Homespuns, Ginghams, Calicoos, etc., in Lanrens. Our pricos aro the smallest.
Ladeis Underwear, Corsets, Kid-Uloves, Hibbons?i mile or afoot.
Ocir lyiep's IDejoattrrjerjt
is more complete than over beforo, and we aro making buyers happy every day. How about You?
Laurens, S. C.
Vase Lamps like cut Si.2?)
Vase Lamps from 98e to $7.50
Hal l Lamps from 1.25 to ?.OO
Swinging Lamps, 1.95 to 5.90
Banquet Lamps, 1.50 to 3.75
>.".AAA AAAA A J. AAAA A 4%?d% A A A WAi A A A
One Only, 5 Piece Mahogany Parlor Suit, upholstered
in Silk Damask, only $35.00
V1 -V V *v vvvvv V "W W V W 'V V1 V
^Freight l'aid^ Ik
t} Purchases. 0 .
Onyx Table liko cut SI).50
Others as low as $2.95
Laurons, 3. C.
To claim Unit fcho Harris Lithia Wator is Superior to any other
yator on tho oontinonl is claiming a great doal, but wo can prove this
(?> bo s>> by the analyst mado by tho most noted Chemists in Amer
ica, and also by tho most noted physicians from all parts (?f the
county. Road whal they say:
Mr. J. T. Harris,
Harris Springs, S. 0.
Dear Sir:?I have prescribed
Harris Lithia Wator frooly, in
cases whom n Lithia Wator was
indicated, for over seven years,
ami have never known it to fail
to prove highly beneficial to the
patient. I havo used ol hor lithia
waters, but have bad better results
from Harris Lithia Wator than
any I ha\.Vor employed in my
pract ice. I rog.ird i1 as asovotoign
reined v in i' pic acid I >ial In t is,
Gout, rheumatism <d' tho kidneys
and bladder. In acute and chronic
brighfc's disease, and in diabotes
we have no remedy at our com*
mand that oxcols Harris Lithia
Water. I have no hositancy in
saying that the water may bore
lied upon to give most satisfactory
results, and that it is a suro, pos
itive solvent of Uric acid and tho
Yours very truly,
James B. Margan, M. 1).,
Prof, of (!homl8try and Pharmacy Med
ical Department of the University
Asboville, N. C, April 24, 1S93.
An extended clinical use of'
Harris Lithia Water prompts mo
to the stotomont that 1 regard it
as one of the best, if not the best,
Lithia Water known to the profes
sion. In the condition of Phos?
pbatic Urine, its action is marvel
ous. Its use in the Rheumatic
and Gouty Diseases affords mo
more comfort, than eithor tho Buf
falo or Londonderry Wators.
Very truly yours,
John Hey Williams, M. D.
The Hotel at this famous spring is now open for guosts, and if
you will come to the Spring and drink tho wator and are not bonofitod
or cured wo will board you free.
Harris Hotel Company.
You are not
simply to have the money itself, You work for it bocauso
you want what it will buy. Whon yi>,i buy bore you may
dopend upon utilizing tho full power of a Dollar. A dollar
goes a long ways at our store. Wo have a Main moth
Clothing, Shoes, Furnishing
Goods and Staple Dry Goods
which wo have marked at, tho LOWEST prices. We can
suit you in Clothing, in bot Ii stylo and price. Nfou's extra
size, lino pants to lit any OU0.
for all the people in all grades. Tho Bion Shoes at $860
is tho host shoos for gentlem01), Wo have a full lino of
Gents Furnishing Goods, Ladies (.'apes and Staples Dry
Ooods at Lowest Prices.
J. 10. Mintcr & Bro.
Laureus, S. C, Oet. 2, 1900.