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Our County Fair,
The Laurens County Agricultural
and Mcohanlcal Society uiet on Friday
with Pres. Dial In the Chair. Theofllc
1 crs made their reports. On motion of
Col Mall t he old olllcers wore re-elected,
as follows: VV. H. Dial, President; W.
L, Gray, Int. \'ice President : Jack II.
Davis, 2nd. Vice President; B. K.
AIkon, Peoretary and Treasurer.
The dates for noxt Fair were, on mo
tion, Qxed as Thursday and Friday,
(totober 10th and 11th.
The following committee was ap
pointed to assist the ollloors in raising
subscriptions needed for necessary re
pairs, llxo 1 ohargOi and current ex
ile uses :
Finance Committee?.lohn F. Molt,
Jno. M. Brooke, L D. Chlldres*, W. W.
(; rnhum.F. .M. Smith.
The Executive Committee for the
ensuing year was elected as follows :
Jno. D. W Wilt's, I). II. Counts, J.
Warron Bolt, J. T. Peden, Hugh S.
Wallace. Jno. H. Wharton, J. B. Huni
boit, T. J. Weathers, Wm. P. Brown.
General superintendent of Grounds
and Exhibits W. M. Irby.
Horse Department?S. I). Chlldress,
H?ht. K. Copeland, Robert Willis.
Field Crop Department- Thomas B.
Brown, B. F. Shell,.!. Henry Kennedy.
Hogs, Sheep and Goats* -Wm. P.
Brown, Dr. A. 0. Fuller, W. J. Barks
Poultry and Pets?W. H. Martin, U,
II I topor, II. Y. Simpson.
Cattle? W. Henry Wharton, T. H.
DcShiolds, John A. Armstrong.
Agricultural Implements and Vehi
cles Jno. A. Franks, J. W. Dunklln,
It P. Mi lam.
Ladies' Department- Mrs. John F.
Holt, Misses Allio Webb, Ida Fuller,
Laura Irby, Sara Ball, Josephine Min
ter, May mo Ferguson, Mrs. w. D. Byrd,
Mrs. W. IT. Washington, Mrs. IL K.
Fruit and Floral?Mrs. J. J. IMttSS,
Mrs. B. C. Crisp, Mrs. Rosa B.Boll,
Mrs J.O. C. Fleming, Misses Hattlc
Unland. Lola Anderson.
Needle and Fancy Work?Mrs. B,
W. Shell, Misses Nannie Franks, Wil
Fine Arts- W. P.Garrett, Miss Mary
Waller Camp, Mrs. W. B. Owens.
Managers of Racing?J. G. Brown,
S. P. Babb, C. B. Gray, R. F. Jones,
Committee on Arrangements?W.
VV. Graham, T. D. Darlington. S. It.
Todd, \V. B. Meng.
It is highly important that all per
sons connected with the Fair should
work, talk and he moving in its behalf,
S3 tho time is short and thcro is plenty
to be done. Laurens City la the busi
ness centre of our County, and our
?*? friends expect US to make a creditable
The County Pension Board.
The County Board of Pensioners was
organized on Monday. Probate Judge
<>. ('.. 'I hompson. representing Laurens
Township presided- The following
were elected: Chairman, W. P. Colter,
A. W. Lowe, J . P. Caldwell, J. R. Hel
lams, Dr. J. .1. Boozer.
Cond Things to Bat.
Ale made of "Clifton'' Hour?a pure
product. If you don't oat broad made
of "Clifton'' you don't eat the best
bread. Sold by T. N. Barksdale atul
M. H. Fowler.
Miss Carrie Hay. a tolented young
lady of Huntington, Laurens county,
who has been visiting tho families of
contractor VV. A. Allison and Sept. J.
1 U. Davis, leaves to-day for her home.
Rev. L. M. Roper is preachlngat the
Baptist church here with power, day
and night, and much interest is being
manifested, The people are crowding
the house to hear the preaching of the
Gospel, so plain, so powerfuL The
Spirit scoms to carry the truth right
to the hearts ar.d consciences of the
people. Wo aro praying that there
may be a great awakening and a great
revival among us. ? Fair Forest cor. to
Rev. Mr. Roper is a Lauronn man
and his friend* will be glad to learn
that his labors are appreciated and suc
Why So Popular.
The popularity of "Clifton" flour is
due to its uncqualed quality?absolute
ly pure, retaining :H ho nutritive and
healthful qualities of the finest selected
wheat. Call for "Clifton" if you want
the purest and best. Made at Brans
ford Mills, Owensboro, Ky. Hold by
T. X. Barksdale anil M. H. Fowler
All Slimmer Goods must go to make
room for Fall stock arriving dally.
Come and get them at your own price.
Your house is not complete without
a Buck's Stove or Range. They aro
guaranteed to cook to please you or
S. M. E . If. Wllkes.
F.nd of the seasm bargains in all
Summer Goods. They are so cheap
von can alTord to buy for next Summer
Ladies aro invited to inspect the
"American Girl" shoo. It's sold and
guaranteed by .1. B, Minter iV Bro.
The greatest oiler of the age?Nickle
lam)) complete with 10 inch ring top
dome shade and ehlmnoy. Nothing
like it in a lamp of standard size over
Offorod before. Only $1.30.
8. M. & B IL Wlikes.
There will he soveial weeks of slip
1 er weather yet. We'd sell you a pair
at your own price.
Ladies' Slippers worth $1.00, now
o'>cts.: those worth $1.60 now go at
OSotS. See them. The Hub.
If you want to make work for your
wife a pleasure como to us and pur?
chase a Buck's Stove or Ranges. Tboy
uro guaranteed to cook to please you
or money refunded.
S. M. & B. II. Wilkcs.
Gentlemen find everything thoy need
in tho way of furnishings at the cloth
ing store of J. K. Minter A- Bro.
We have a very pretty line of carv
ing sets if you aro looking for hand
some wedding presents. Call in and
BCC Otlf lino of these goods.
S, M. A B. H. Wilkee.
What about anew hall rack for your
haU9 Wo ha,oquite a number to se
lect from, and specially mention No.
410 quartered oak, rubbed and polishoo,
height i\ foot 10 inches, width 'A i'oet 2
iccno?. with 21x110 French bovll mirror.
We ofTer this rack for $17.?0, freight
S. M. A E, If. Wilkes.
I Before taking that summor trip, got
one of those convenient and du djle
suit cases, price $1.25 to $2.25, at
J. E. Minter & Bro.
A visit to our *,toro will convince you
that we bandlo tho largest and most
conplcte lino of mantels, tiles and
grates of any etoro in this State. We
would liko you to como In anil seo these
goods. No troublo to show you.
S. M. A B. II. Wllkes.
Bvcrything In Ladles', Mjasos' and
Children's slippers at and below cost.
Tbcto are values you cannot afford to
. pa?s. The Hub.
1 Boys' corOuroy kne-o pants, from (I to
SMS year*, the very thing for boys, at
.1. B. Minter A Bro.
Tho values on our 10 cents counter
are immense, it Is worth your attention
and time to come In and see for your
self what i0 cents will buy irom us.
S. M. A B, If. Wilkes.
Bfrs. lohn F. Bolt huil tho misfor
tuno to lose h?r elpgant pot poney last
weck. Sho lind driven him into the
country among kind friends und the
hospositaltty was too tnuoh for the
ponoy. Mrs, He-It und ttic household,
were greatly attached lo him.
Mies Dllworth, a beautiful and ac
complished daughter of the Lone star
Stute, will arrive in a few days to visit
Mrs. W. H. Martin. V iss ' Dil worth
made many friends here in a brief visit
two years ago, and the n ..s of her
coming will he wolcome Intelligence
to numbers of admirers.
Mr. S. M. Wilkes ha-- r< turned from
Now York an.l Baltimore. Mr. Wilkes
reports a visit to the metropolis which
will greatly redound to the advan
tage of his customers. He purchased
extensively for his linn in furniture
and china, and will have a remarkably
beautiful line of earpetSt druggets and
rugs at the lowest prices for which it
is possible to sell them 11 is new goods
arc arriving daily,
In a case In tlie Circuit Court at Co
lumbia, Involving the validity of the
chi.rt supplies debts created by Sehonl
Districts in is<is, judge Kniest Gary
decides adversely to tho claims. The
Plaintiff is a bank holding about $2,000
of the claims coming from Lexington
County Of course the CUSO will go up
and a final decision uni3t be delayed.
There were about $000 Of these war
rants in this County, but WO believe
that they have tteen paid.
We regret to announce tho death of
Shot It. Holland, an estimable young
lad, from Winston, X. C, which oc
curred in this city this morning.
We learn with regret that a pair of
valuable mules belonging to Mr. \V. M.
Hunter were drowned, fording a swol
len stream near Ora. Saturday after
Changes at the Depot.
Mr. J. W. Denning has succeeded to
the position of billing clerk at the de
pot, made vacant by the death of Mr.
Finch. Mr. M. L. Crisp, of Clinton,
lias taken Mr. Denning's place as tele
Senator lill uan.
On his way South of Spartanhurg.
Senator Tillman hail his good eye in
jured by Hying cinders. An operation
followed, he has suffered greatly, but
his physicians think there will be no
The masonic festival, where the la
dies degree, the Kastcrn Star, will be
conferred, is fixed for next Thursday
Co-morrow) at Wallace Lodge. Mr'.
Nash, of Spartanhurg, will be there.
an*l prominent Masons are invited to
In last week's issue we made compli
mentary mention of the use of tho
paint bush on Main Street. The hand
some residences are touched up nicely.
We now call attention to the impor
tance of putting the brush to the en
closure. Strangers of taste will surely
see the environment. Even the dia
mond should not tie sot in wood.
The opening was entirely .satisfactory.
Monday morning, and Prof, .lones is
muoh encouraged. Many patrons at
tended and there were int- resting and
appropriate oxorcDes. Superintendent
Jones urgis tho importance of starting
the children promptly.
A Sail Accident.
While examining a pistol at his home
near Gray Court Oil Monday morning,
Clinton Owlngs, >on of Mr. .limes Ott
ings, was killed by tho accidental dis
charge of the weapon He was a bright
promising youth of sixteen years. The
parents had lived in this city, and tho
news of the misfortune brought many
expressions of sympathy fur the strick
Fleming Brothers, Jewelers.
Mr. \l. K. Fleming, of Greenwood, is
in the city looking to tho renovation of
tho store on the West side of tho square
where Mossrs R. F. and Crc.-swcll
Fleming expoct to open up in the jew
elry business the first of October. The
store will be handsomely repaired and
Iba furniture for it will arrive in a few
Mr. Richard 1*. Ferguson and Miss
Eflie Gore, of Clinton wero married at
the i'resbyterian par.-onago hero at
high noon last Wednesday, h'ov Rob
ert Adams officiating. The hrido is
the attractive daughter of Mr. Norman
Gore, and is very popular in social cir
cles at Clinton. She had been tho
guest of Dr. Tompleton's family here
for several days. Immediately after
the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson
left for the home of the groom's mother
Death of Mrs. J. S. Druiiniiond.
Mr*. Drucllla Drummond, wife of
Mr. J. B, Drummond. the County Su
pervisor, died of typhoid fever at her
home near Dtirbin Church, Young's
Township, on tho night of tho28th tilt.
Mrs. Drummond was a strong and
lovable character and her death brought
sadness to numbers of friends, as well
as to a large circle of relatives. She
was a sister of Mr. Robert Young, of
thin city, and Mrs. William Means, of
Sparenburg County. She leaves sev
eral children, among them Mrs
Hughes, Miss Amelia Drummond,
and Mr. Guy Drummond, all of whom
havo tho doepest sympathy in their be
Miss Nellie Holt Wins.
At noon on Monday tho votes were
counted at tho Palmotto Drug Co. in
the contest for tho chair which the
Company offered to the young lady re
ceiving the greatest number of votes
in .June, July and August. Tho voto
stood 6,280 for Miss Holt and 4,828 for
Miss Mary Wailor Camp. All other
contos'ants had dropped from the race.
Both these young ladles should feel
complimented at tho spirited light
thoir fiiends made for them. The
chair contest has alTordcd amusement
and interest all during the Summer
and anything which affords harmless
diversion is a blessing. As for tho
chair, it is very handsome indeed, ma
hogany up-holsterod in leathor and is
a gift wort hy of tho fair and charming
j girl into Whote possession it has passed..
Help your olty, Assist to givo it a
reputation for liberality, it Is hardly
ncces-sary to Urge upon one who has his
business horo and gots his living here
that ho should holp to make our fair a
hiiccosh. It will take a llttlo money,
but we aro 4,600 people and wo want
only four or five hundred dollars. This in
a small per capita, but we don't expect,
neithor do wo want wage-earnors to pay
largely of their earnings. Wo address
particularly our largo business housos.
Our country friends will bring in every
thing of lntorost thoy havo to mako
our fair a stipocsc and this is no small
thing of itself. Let us make tho occa
sion attractive for them if wo can't
make it profitable. It will take money
to repair tho house, to pay tho rental,
to put grounds and track in order and
u> provide persons to tako charge and
care for exhibits. Wo do not appeal,
wo know our community to bo big
hoarted, liberal, hut they need to be
advised of what in wanted. Lot no
man refuse when called npon.
AND ISIUKF NOTES OF RECENT
Mrs. m. c Rivers, of Spartanburg,
ciiine down last wook to visit relatives.
Messrs Pope and Mae Irby aro at
homo from Chcraw.
Mr. Harry Lewis, of Clemson, was
the guest of Mr. Tom Shaw last wcok.
Messrs Sam Todd and Carroll Miller
have returned from HulTalo.
Mrs. H. Y. Simpson has returned
from Portsmouth, Va.
Mr. W . w. Simpson, of Woodruff,
was in the city Thursday.
Miss Dorcas Cahnes is visiting rel
atives at We'.ford.
See interesting changes in adver
Wantkd?Correspondents for Tub
Correspondents will please write
more regularly .
Mr. J. D. Sullivan, of Sullivan's has
heen at Glenns for a few weeks.
Mr. J. R. Peterson is out from Mis
sissippi on a visit to relatives.
Mr. T. S. Lamotte will act as assist
ant clerk of the State Fair Association.
Miss Lillla Johnsou, of Nowberry, is
visiting her aunt Mrs. T. E. Todd.
Miss Bettio Watts and Miss Sara
Ball havo gone to Glenn Springs.
Miss Deborah Hunter, of Spartan
burg, Is visiting in Lauror.s.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Simklnsand chil
dren have returned to Bdgefleld.
Hon. J. T .Johnson spent Monday
night in the city.
Miss Pauline Anderson is visiting
Mrs J. T. Johnson in Spartanburg.
The revival services at the tent were
to close last .light.
Mr. D. II. Counts and family will oc
cupy Mrs. J. J. Wilson's residence on
Irby Hill after the first of October.
Mrs. C. B. Boboand Mrs. 11. Terry
have gone to the Pan-American Expo
Mrs. James McCurdy and Mrs. Cor
ley left on Monday for a visit to At
The Misses MeCook, of Gainesville.
Florida, aro with their mother. Mrs.
W. P. Garrett.
Miss Carrie Knight, of Hreworton,
was the guest of relativos in the city
Tiik ADVERTISER wants a corres
pondent at Clinton who will send in a
letter every wcok.
New Books arc the cheapest things
you ever heard of at the Palmetto
The business season is looking up.
Look in Tiik ADVERTISER and lind out
where to buy your Autuini outfit.
Hon. W. a. McClintock, ex-Repro
sentative from this county, was In the
city on Friday last.
Mr. M. Herndon Mooro has been
elected Assistant Daw Professor in the
South Carolina University.
Mrs. Willie Anderson has returned
from a visit to relatives in West Vir
Miss Annlo Jamleson, of Nowberry,
was the guest of Mrs. E. II. Wilkos
Miss Floride Harron, of Columbia,
was the guest of friends in the city
Miss Bossie Kcrrison, of Charleston,
is at Mrs. C. M. Clarke's on Main
Rev. E. C. Rice will preach in Wa
terloo to-night, Wednesday, at 8 p. m.
All are cordially invited to attend.
Messrs L. W. and S. M. Simklns went
up to Greenville the 28th for tho politi
Miss Rosa Simklns returnod homo
on Saturday, after a visit of several
Weeks to Miss Virginia Simkins.
Mr. Perrin Mlntor and brldo and
Miss Josephine Mlntor aro expoctod to
arrive from Denver In a few days.
Mrs. S. G. Simmons, who has been
sponding tho Summer with hor daugh
tor. Mrs. S. L. Saxon, has returned to
hor home iu Charleston.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Adams left for
Baltimore and New York on Saturday
to buy their Winter- stock of drcsB
goods and millinery.
Nambers of our country friends wore
detained in tho city Saturday night,
tho creok boing too turbelent to bo
forded after tho rain.
MUs Mary W?lls and Willie Wells
have returnod to Grocnvlllo after visit
ing Mrs. B, C. Crisp and other rola
tivo3 in the city.
Tho crowds at tho tent services on
Sunday were immenso. Tho greatest
interest has been manifested in tho
Mr. R. Brooks Goo.lglon, ono of tho
editors of tho Williamston Nows, and
an old Daurens boy, made us a pleasant
call. Ho is visiting the Hon. C. C.
Fealhcrstono in the city.
M iss Flora Adams, a charming Grocn
villo girl, returned homo on Saturday
after a ploasant visit to Mrs. George
McCravy and other rolativos in the
Tiik AovKUTiSKH h. d a much appre
ciated visit from Rev. Mr. Rice on
Monday last. He will bo at Boaverilam
on Sabbath next?one of his old
Mr. J. VV. Henderson, recently dep
uty of SherilT Duckott, may be found
for the season with Mr. T. N. Barks
dale, where ho will bo glad to welcome
and wait on bis frionds.
Our handsome, voung friend Ander
son Forguson.who was with tho "Fair"
last season, was In the city on Satur
day. Ho will bo with one of tho popu
lar business houspa this Winter, wo
Messrs. D. A. Davis and W. II. An
dcrson have ro|.urned from Now York
with tho handsomest line of dress goods,
coats suits, etc., that evon the progres
sive firm of Davis A Roper have ever
Mr. Olatlde Fuller was finite sick at
Glenn Springs last week, but has re
turnod home much hotter. Mrs. Fullor
was summoned by telegram on Friday
and joinod him at Glohn's for a day or
Indisposition prevented our attend
ing on last Saturday tho social gather
ing of correspondents of our neighbor
tho "County Nows." We aro glad to
know that the occasion was muoh en:
joyed, notwithstanding some were cut
off from attending, by high waters.
?'Ho who knows not, and knows not
that he knows not, is a fool. Avoid him.
"Ho who knows not, and knows that
ho knows not, is simple. Teach him.
"Ho who knows and knows not that
ho knows, is asloop. Wake him.
"But ho who knows and knows that
ho knows, is a wise man. Follow him."
?From the Arabian Proverbs.
He who buys his TURNIF SF.KD of
us knows that we havo now crop seed
of all desirable varieties onoll as?
Hon Air Ruta Haga,
Yellow Aberdeen ami others.
This Is a man of some judgement.
Follow his example and got
SEED THAT GROW from
The Laurcns Drug Co.
103 West Main St.
'Phono 76 Goods delivered.
Kcv. K. C. Rice, of Greenvillo,
Agent and Correspondent of the Baptist
Courier, has been in Laurons several
days during the past week, and will be
in the County for some time, lie goes
from hero to Waterloo and from there
to Cross Hill, Mountville and adjacent
sections. Mr. Rice was once pastor of
Rcavcrdam, Bothabara and Cross Hill
churches. A large number of tho peo
ple of these communities composed his
congregations, and several hundred added
te the churches. He will be at Beaver
dam next Sunday, September 8th, and
will proach on "Signs of tho Times" and
the Second Coming of Christ, ltovs.
D. II. Owings and T. 0, Jacks will be
there also, to carry on a protracted
meeting. Two services, 10.30 a. m.
and 1 30 p. m., dinner in the interval.
A good meeting is lookod for in this
dear old church and cammunity, as
everybody, and especially all Christians,
The Marburg Crystal Glas; Dipper
is the only glass dippor on the market
that has boon tried and proved entirely
satisfactory. The bowl is made of
toughened glass that will not brake,
wear out, nor leak, and with fair usage
will last a lifetime. Thehandlo is made
of maple, nlcoly enameled and is joined
to the bowl by a heavy nlckle plated
sleeve and is tho most attractivo and
durable dipper on the market. Only 10
cents will buy you one at
S. M. A Ei H. Wilkos.
A mooting of tho Stockholders of tho
Laurens Furniture Manufacturing Co.
is horcby called to be held at tho Com
pany's otlloe, at Laurons, S. C, at 11
o'clock, a. m., on tho 17th day of Sep
tember, 1001) for tho purpose of con
sidering a resolution of the Hoard of
Directory passed on August IRth, 11)01,
rocommending that the Capital Stock
of said Company be increased to Forty
E. H. WILKES,
_ President and Treasnror.
Tho Great Book and Paper Sale.
Until August 16th wo will offor our
entire stock of books, (except school
books,) at loss than cost, for cash only.
$1.60 books, now, . 8? cts.
1.00 books, leathor covered, ?5 cts.
2f> books,.12 cts.
15 books,. 7 cts.
')0 bOX paper, ..,,.21 cts.
2f> box paper,.12 cts.
Now Is ypnr tlmo and tho place,
Palmetto Drug Co.
THE LAURENS BAB
A NEW LAW FIRM.
Tho undersigned havo this day en
torod into a partnership for tho practice
of law in the Courts of this State, under
the namo of Simpson & Cooper and will
promptly attend to all business en.
trusted to them.
IL Y. Simpson,
It. A. COOPKtt.
BALL & SIMKIN8,
Attorney? at Law,
Laurrns, South Carolina,
We practice in all state and United
State* Courts. Special attention glvnn
Dr. Pressly goes on a canvassing trip
for lOrkino in the borders of Daurens
county this week.
Hrewerton correspondent of Green
wood Index, Aug. 17th: The trustees
and patrons of Hrewerton BChool have
elected H. 10. Hanson, of Duo West,
and a graduate of lOrslcine College to
teach tho next session at a salary of
$40 per month.
Mr. J. IS, Hctts did not accent the
position in Spartanbur>,', S C, out ac
cepted tho school offered at Ora, S. C.,
and will teach there the coming \ear.
They ought to have a good school. -
Associate Reform Presbyterian,
MisB Lessie Fuller, of Daurens, after
spending several weeks with relatives
bore, left last Thursday for Indianapo
lis where sho will remain for some time
visiting friends and relatives. Clifton
cor. Spartanburg Horald, 1st.
Just received four beautiful China
closets. Beo them for yourself. Prices
S. If. Si E, H. Wilkos.
Wo still have many desirable pat
terns In Dawns and Organdies, which
we olTcr at pi ices thai yon cannot af
ford to miss. The Hub
Full supply Coats' spool Thread al
ways on hand.
I. E. Mi liter & Uro.
Lei* Ivcstor was riding a horse, which
belonged to his father, yesterday af
ternoon. While passing the Anderson
Cotton Mill he stopped noar an electric
light pole and the horse came in con
tact with a guy'wirei which was very
near the current wire. Suddenly the
animal fell to the ground and soon
died. The boy was slightly hurt by
the horse falling on him. 'flic current
was of sufficient foroe to kill an ani
mal but not hurt a man.?Anderson
The World's Greatest Fever Medicine.
Johnson's Tonic, does in a day what
slow Quinine cannot do in ten days.
Its splendid cures arc in striking con
trast with the feeble cures made by
If you aro utterly wretched, take a
thorough course of Johnson's Tonic
and drive out every trace of Malarial
poisoning. The wise Insure their lives
and the wiser Insure their health by
using Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic.
It costs 60 cents If it cures: not one
cent if it does not.
You know wo sell the New Century
collar in all the newest stylos at lOcts.
oach. J. B. Mlntor & Hro.
We can supply all your wants in Mil
linery, and we guarantee you'll have
no cause for complaint.
Soe our !?h cents shoes for men. Hig
value. J. B. Minter & Hro.
flstrffpa CUfc FreeT
Aethmalene Brlnt" ? Insta
CHAINED f .
*. Relief u:-.d Permanent Cure In all Caoce r
* hn:!: on Ki t i.ii*i ok Postal. f2
There is nothing like Asthiualone. it brings Fl
instant reliefi eveu in the worst eases, it cures
when all else fails. ri
The Rev. 0, P. W?lls, of Villa Ridge,
says: " Your trial bottle of A.dhmaiano received n
in good couditlon. [ oaunot tell you how thank-?]
ful I feel for the good derived from it. l was an
slave chained, with putrid sou throat und asthma ?j
for ten years. 1 despaired of over being cured.g
I saw your advertisement for tho euro of thisS
droadful and tormenting disease, asthma, and u
thought you bad overspokotl yourselves, but re- ^
solved to give it atrial. To my astonishment, the u
? trial acted like a charm. .Scud me a full size bottle." ?J
Wo want to send to every stillerer a trial treatment of Asthma* 5
lino, similar to the one that cured Mr. Wells. We'll send it by n
mail Postpaid, Absolutely free of Charge, to any Bufferer whof
will write for it, oven on a postal. Never mind, though you aro"
n despairing, however bad your ease, the more glad we are to send it.n
2 Do notdoluy, write at snee, addressing DR. TAI T PROS.' MKDl- $
n OINE CO., 79 Bast 120th St., N. Y. City. Sold by all Druggists. p
A fow of the I>argaiii8 still l<*t
waists, Skirts, and
ALL SUMMER GOODS
still going at CUT PRICES.
We want bo move everything
in these linos so as to make room
for the grandest line of?
Dress Goods, Coat
Suits, Cloaks, Furs,
WAIST Skirts, Etc.
over shown in this section "l
DAVIS, ROPER & CO.,
The Famous Dry Goods, Clothing
and "Shoe Store.
LA?RENS, - - S. C
We're flfter Yottr lylor^ey.'
Not foi amusement, or health.
That's the reason we are in business,
or philanthropy?just tor money.
So we'ro after your money, and the monoy of your
friends and follow citizens. Yon have fair warning.
Wo have sovoral.waya of inducing poonlo to givo us their trade.
For one, wo conduct our business on the most progressive lines.
Then we carry a stock so large that there is wide room for choice.
We move our goods so rapidly that the stock is always now?no
"has-boon 1 or "loft-ovorg."
Wo oxtond every possible courtesy anil accommodation to natrons.
Boing business-like, we look carefully aller all the dotals of our bus
iness. That reduces the losses to a minimum, and onablcs us to do busi
ness on a small profit.
Whonever any goods .show a disposition to stick, wo cut the price and
out they go. That makes iL profitable for yon to keep tab" on our ads?
Wo never allow a patron to leave the storo lissatisriod it wo know it
we want no "knockers" abroad.
Anything in reason wo will do ?and even more .; no* ? ssary
Money back? In a minute and never a word.
RSxohango goods? Of courso, willingly
Not a single article is ever knowingly misrepresented.
Wu invite visitors, and uro glad of ti chance to -', >w what a nice storo
and stock we havo.
Buy if you find what you want; you'll n<>i he ttrgoil
Don't you believe you will get the worth of yotu money while wc
uro getting your money from you?
Stoves from $7.HO to S is..")().
With Ware Stiits from ?15.50 to 8R$5.on
to tlic Hat Sale yet? IVh the talk of
Uic town. STAW HATS WO?T1I $1.50
going for 2T> cents.
Come before they are all gone.
Lauren* Cotton 1 VI ills Store.
T. C. LUCAS, Manager.
J. C. SMITH, the oldont dealer In Monuments in Laurons county,
still haf> hi* plaoo of business in Clinton. Dealer in tho best
4 ?t*nlim aril ?acMK,
native and imported from Italy and abroad. Tho latest designs, work
done in the most artistic fashion, promptly, and terms reasonable and
satisfactory. He solicits your patronage and thanks you in advance.
Your attention to the fact of Clinton's cxcoptionnhlo railroad facilities.
Call and examine hie yard.
J. C. SMITH, Clinton, S. C
Glenn Springs Hotel,
Gleim Spring, S. ('.
QUEEN OF SOUTHERN SUMME? RESORTS.
There is but one Glenn Springs and ii has n<> equal on
the continent for the Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, IJowrls and Blood.
Hotel Open from June 1st to October isi,
Cuisine and Service lixccllcnt. It i- iip-to-dalo and l5vorybod\
(joes There, l/or hoard apply ii?
Simpson & Simpson.
Water for sale by Lamms Drug Co., l>almctlo Ihu.
Co., Laurens Cotton Mill Store.
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'.'?''i'i ?' '?'? litTi 1
?1TM KENNEDY BROS. w'i!,r
the Undertaking business at tho old stand. COFFINS, CASKETS
and ROBES, and HEARSE, at the
* ?^-LOWEST PRISES.
i A continuanco of tho gonorou patronage hitherto extended us
;?olioitod. Rootfully KENNKDY BROS., Laurens, 0. 0