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There aro n number of Sibserlbern
on our books who have allowed their
accounts to accumulate until they
amount to n sum which it la inconve
nient to meot. Wu want our bo tks up
to date and to stnrtafresh with alt such
delinquents so wo muko the following
offer: To every man, owing more
than threo dollars, who will SOttlG In
person or by lottor, by tho 20th of No
vember we will givo a receipt to date
on his paying halt his Indebtedness.
Come in and pay us half and wo will
lot you start afresh with a oloar recoipt
to dato. Wo don't want to lose any of
our subscribers and we understand that
many men fall bohlnd more through
carelessness than anything olse, ami so
we offer everybody a chanco to straigh
ten up with us. This Is ouly open to
subscribers owing more tlian three
Tho State Fair.
Columbia correspondent Greenville
Columbia, Oct. 31.? Tho Stato Fair
is In full bla?t and the all-cngrcs?ing
object of Interest and topic of conver
sation. The fair ground is an ideal
one, the display of cattle very flno and
we aro especially proud of tho exhibit
from the upper part of tho Stair.
The herd of Jerseys entered by Col.
J. 11. Wbarton, of Waterloo, aro win
ners of ton premiums in their cla.-ses.
J. 1). W. Watts' ontry of Ayrshire
cattlo, Angora goats and Licrino sheep
evoke much praise. Ho receives four
premiums on Ayrshiros, four on sheep
Harness entries from tho Woodburn
Stock Farm, Augustus Smythe owner,
lifteen head of .lersoy rccolved sovou
Ed. Chapman from Fountain Inn was
awarded two premiums on his oxhibit.
Hayno Henderson from Coronaoahas
a line exhibit of Berkshire hogs aud
wins many pri/.es.
Col. J. H. Wharton's exhibits aro of
tho Signal and St. Lambert strains of
blood, considered tho finest imported,
und every animal shows blue blood in
Tho farmers of South Carolina owo
a debt of gratitude to men llko Colonol
Wharton and Col. J Wash Watts, for
the intorest they havo always taken in
raising line blooded animal., for it has
been a private venture and It can but
bo of great public interest, as it is an
incentive and ecouragement to others
whom we hope to soo doing likewise
The Fair still lives, the following of
ilcors wore elected for ensuing yi ar:
Mayor A. H. White, of Kock Hill,
was elected president: Col. IloMoway
was enthuslastlccally re-elected Secre
tary, and H. 10. Lamotte is again Treas
orer. Tho Vice Presidents elected are:
A. T. Smythe, 1st Congressional Dis
trict: K. B. Watson, 2d District: J. J.
Kinard, 3rd District} J. Wash Watts,
4th District; J. W. Dunnovar.t, 5th
District; 13. F. Williamson, (Ith Dis
trict and O. A. Ouignard, 7th District.
Messrs Chapman, Dr. Dial, Col.
Wharton, B. A. Wharton, J. 1). W.
Watts aro all winners, get first prizes,
and spcrt bluo ribbons on their bluc
blocded horse?, sheep and goats with
elongated pedigrees, and birds with
feathers that would graca the hats of
The Advertiser plumes itself upon
the line show they lmde for old Lau
rens. Another year wo want them to
go down with snecimens of fifty bush
els of corn to the acre, thirty bushels
of wheat and two bales of cotton, and
all raised with domestic unbought fer
Mr. W . F. Vickery,. who snUl fruit
trees for Knoxville Nursury C;?,, left
the trees with Mr. Halenttne at his
Boarding Houso. Call atonco and get
Get It Pure aud Good.
If you buy (lour as focd,see to it that
it is pure and good. "Clifton" answers
Messrs.I. P. Martin and J. N. Jones,
of Mt. Gallagttor, were hero to-day.
Hon. N. 15. Dia1, of Laurens, is a fre
quent and wclcomo visitor. Wo arc
The school is progressing n'cely un
der the ablo manageniont of Professor
Mrs. T. L. Williams, of Laurens, is
spending awhilo with her father, Mr,
W. H. Hughce.? Jones cor. Honea
Notice to Trespassers'.
Entry upon tho lands of the under
signed for hunting, or fishing, by night
or day, is hereby forbidden: J, O. C.
Fleming, Carrlo D. Fleming, W. W.
Jones, L. C. Jones.
Our shoes are made to lit and wear.
Thoy aro full of comfort too. Ladies
shoes, aU solid, only l>8 cents at
Wanted.?One Thousand pounds of
.clean cotton rags wanted, by the Fur
niture Factory. Will pay good price.
Ladies Waists?in all the new mate
rials and styles. Tho price is so low
you cannot pass them by.
Davis Uoper & Co.
See our lino of ladits jackets ?2.00
and up, Children's jackets $1.25 and
See our after-dinner Coffers . Stylos
and prlcos to suit all.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes.
Why Is our Millinery so popular? Be
cause wo use only good material pufo|
together in tho most tasteful combina
tions. Try us.
The Light Subject is one that should
havo tho greatest thought and care.
It means, not only comfort, but tho
saving of weak eyos. We keep every
kind of Lamp, and invite y \iv inspec
S. M. & E. H, Wilkes.
The life of McKinley may interest
you, but the lifo of your shoes concerns
you more. Buy your Wintor shoos
from us and you will not be worried
Davis Roper & Co.
Hoyrf' suits and overcoats, sizes 8 to
10 years, $3.00 aud upward.
J. Ii. Minter <fe Uro.
One Dollar buys a stylish, all solid
iLadiub Shoe at
-Woman's work is supposed to never
bo done, but with the aid of a Buck's
Stove or range, that old saying Is a
thing of the past, ami it lshor fault if
her work lags.
S. M. & E. IL Wilkes.
You will find ovory correct shapo do
sirable In the Blon Shoe at
J. E. Minter & Bro.
Guano and Acid.
I can supply Guano and Aold In any
quantity. The b-st grades that are
made and cheap as tho cheapest. Call
and seo our gfods boforo purchasing
Messrs Johnson ?fc Godfrey have Guano
and Aold stored with u?, also. So you
Bee you can get any kind by calling on
J. Wado Anderson at tho Merchants
and Farmers Bonded Warehouse.
MEUCH ANTS' AND FA ILM KHK? BON
DED WA HE HO ? SI; CO.
Tho under-1 * or,I Is with the above
Company for the season, as manager
and weigher for tho Company. He
?riiArttntAAft nntiro saMpfsotinn and will
60 glad Of the pobUp patron.w
Rev. Robert Adams, Rev. David
Todfl and Mr. W. L. i;0jd leavo Fri
day for Synod, which eonvones with
the Second Presbyterian Church, Char
leston. In consequence of Mr. Adams
absenco there will Im no services ut
the Prosbytorian Church on Sunday.
MUs Alma Kollott, a daughter of
Mr. .John Kollett, of Fountain Inn,
was thrown from a buggy on Sunday
while driving homo from the house of
a friend, and painfully, and it is feared
seriously injure 1. The friends of both
Miss Kellettand her father hopa for
her tpeedy rocovery.
A number of uow houses are going
up in the city: Mr. J.O. Elliott is build ?
ing a cottage on Caroline Street; Rev.
Mr. Carlisle und Mr. Will Thomason
are building on lrby Hill; Mr. Me
Daniol has completed a neat cottage on
Carolino Street, and tho Merchants and
Farmers llouded Warehouse will soon
occupy a handsomo now otllco.
Col. Wharton took in Laurons on his
return from Gala week at Columbia.
He was a llttlo jailed, but could talk a
little. Tho fair was fairly successful,
but there are signs of hard times.
Prices for line stock wore at the low
water mark. A small crop of cotton
and low prices control tho situation.
Ho thinks wo are bettor otY as to crops
than the Rastern section of tho State.
Rev. li.1I. Jones, of Abbeville, de
livered a lecture on Pythianism to
Laurens Lodge, No. 43. on Monday
night. A banquet tit for kincs fol
lowcd tho lecture. Mr. Jones' visit
was a groat pleasure to his brother
Py thians,' to tho members of tho Metho
ili-t Church, of which he was for sev
cral years the beloved pastor, and to
his hosts of friends and admirers of all
At a meeting of tho committee arrang
irg lor tho Woman's exhibit from Lau
rens at tho Charleston Exposition
tho following ladies wore appoint
ed to go to Charleston with tho
exhibit In December and see that it is
properly placed : Mrs.W. E. Lucas, Mrs
J. O. C. Fleming, Mrs. J. Willie Jones,
Mrs. H. K. Aikeu, Mrs. R. B. Bell,
Mrj. J. J. riu*s, Mrs. W. D. Byrd,Mrs.
W. M. McOa^lanand Miss Sara Davis.
All of theso ladies have taste and ex
ecutive ability and will doubtless ar
rango our exhibit advantageously and
Thesecond lee uro in the Lyceum
Course comes otV at the Optra IIouso,
Friday n'ght. It will he given by Rev.
Luther Manship, one of the best known
men on the lecture platform and a hu
morkt of noto. Tho lecture will bo a
urstuQ&jss attraction, and wherever It
is pdBrorf, pooplo will do well to go.
'I htaKinagcmcnt of the Lyceum have
addMran additional lecture, when will
come under the same season tickets.
Mr. Huwkcs, who delighted everyone
who heard him at the Mill a month
ano, will make this lecture in Decem
ber. Wendling will return to give his
"Stonewall Jackson" lecture in Janua
ry, and Harper, the fourth and la^t
man, comes still later. Dr. Washings
ton, Mr. Lucas and the other gentle
men who have interested themselves
in this matter are olVerint> four excel
lent attractions to tho Laurens public,
at the smallest cost possible. Their
efforts frhould.be appreciated.
? City Fnthers.
Tho recent election hold at Clinton
pans out as follows: Intendcnt, Dr. W.
A. Shands; Wardens, J. A. Bailey, T.
C. Sumerftl, B. Lee Pitts, F. M. Todd.
Co1. Bay li!*F. Cray ton, of Anderson,
and Col. J. Wash Waits, of Laurens,Vice
Presidents of the State Fair Associa
tion, both octogenarians, were nimble
among tho colts at the Fair.
Mr. W. P. Todd, ono of tho thrifty
farm or s of the county, sold on Friday
a two horse load of coi n of his own
ruLing. It rained not nor slacked up
for him rather than his neighbors.
1 lu re is something: in the man, as we
Dr. J, IL Clllbert80U Marries.
Dr. J. R. Culbertson and Mr?. Rattle
White, i f Owings Station, were mar
I'led at eight thirty, on last Wednesday
evening, Rev. J. K. McCain olllclating.
Dr. Culbertson isa leading physician
oT tnis city and has many friends all
over tho county. His bride is a charm
ing woman and is most cordially wel
comed to Laurens.
Miss SaUie Henderson, the charming
daughter of Mr. B. L. HondersoD, of
Mt. Gallagher, was married on last
Thursday to Mr. William Algary, a
prominent yo. ng man of Abbeville
co.unty. Tho wedding took placo at
home and was a very boautiful affair.
Misses Annie and Mamie Clardy, cous
ins of tho bride, wero present from
It must not ho forgotten that the
Laurens Wheat Growers Association
oiler liberal premiums, (published re
cently in Tun Advektiser) in en
couragement of wheat growing Id this
county. For tho benefit of those who
propose to contest, we will republlsh
the rules governing the contest in our
next issue, with list of premiums
' Moore? Shell.
Mr. John C. Shell of this city was
married to Miss Ophelia Moore, at the
home of the bride's mother. Mrs. Lena
E. Moore, of Lanford, on tho evening
of tho :10th. Rev. W. IL Duncan, of
the Methodist church was the officiat
Tho bride Is unusually beautiful and
charming and Mr. Shell, who is a pop
ular young business man of Laurens,
is very heartily congratulated upon his.
Poiessor John U. Clinkscalcs.
?'What shall I do with It" wat the
subject of the Lecture delivered at the.
Meibodiet Ol urch on Friday even *ng
last. It was eminently practical, io
to-date, full of common sense, apt l ?
lustrations, humor and pathos. The
audience was fairly good, should have
been larger, and especially should It
have been composed of a larger repre
sentation of our young men, This is
the class to bo benefittcd by the re
sult of the keen observations of the
popular lecturer of the day. Prof.
Cltnkscalos is of Wofford, and is one
of the prominent thinkers of tho day .
Wood J.aurens Boys.
John Balle, son of Mr. L. G. Balle,
and ono of the brightest boys Laurens
has produced, loaves a good position in
Virginia for a splendid position in
Pittsburg, Pa. He will find there also
Dr. Frank Simpson, a natlvo Laurens
boy, now a lcadi.ig physician in that
John H. Halle, who for tho past few
years, has WeWft" position In the car
torvice department of the Norfolk and
Western, loft Halm-day for Alloghany,
p,i., where ho has accepted a position
with tho Schorn Pressed Steel Car
Threo pri/.e-wlnning pigs at the
State Fair aroname'! "JohnWharton,"
"i'lllmari" and "John McLaurin," and
thoy didn't got fat on "plums."?The
Don't forget to pay your subscrip
tion. Wo know you will if you don't
forgot it .
WANTED.- A ero?d Ihre? gallon
cow. Apply to
Oi C. Kkatiikkhionk.
AND BRIEF NOTES OF BECENT
Little Mary Taylor is visiting at
i'rincoton this week.
Miss Lil Caine spent Fair week with
Miss A/Me Wilson In Columbia.
Messrs W. R. Rlchey and J. O. O.
Fleming spent Wednesday at tho Fair.
Mrs. W. E. Lucas leaves to-day for a
visit to Darlington.
Col. J. Wash Watts spent Fair week
Hear Manship at the Opera House
Friday night. Ho'll make you laugh.
Miss Maine Ferguson is the guest of
friunds in Columbia.
Head about the trips to the Exposi -
tion offered by The Advektisek.
Mrs. J. H. Sullivan visited relatives
In Groenvillo last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Willluin Cathcart, of
Gray Court, wore in the city on Friday.
He v. Thomas Leitoh Is conducting an
interesting meeting at Cress Hill.
Mr. F. G. Fullor, Jr., Of. Mountvlllo,
was in the oity on Friday.
Col. J. IL Traynham and Dr. W. IL
Dial visited Columbia durlug the Fair.
Mr. E. W. Martin carried somo hand
somo horses to tho Fair.
Go to Palmetto Drug Company for
tickets to tho lecture Friday nigh'.
Clerk Bolt spent a day or so at tho
Fair, meeting many of his friends.
Tho Laurens Drug Company windows
aro very attractive this week.
President Wilkes of the Furniture
Factory was In Columbia for Fair week.
Mr. 8. R. Todd wont to Columbia
for the State Ball.
Mr. Louie Simkins spent Sunday with
friends at Greenwood.
Mrs. J. D. M. Shaw spent Monday In
Saturday was a Held day in tho city
?.? circus without the ring.
Mr. F. M. Fuller, of Mountvllle, was
in the city Friday.
Hear Manship, one of the best known
humorists on tho lecture platform,
G. W. Cunningham, of Lauron6, stu
dent at Furman has been chosen editor
In chief of the Furman Annual.
Mr. J. Warren Blakoly, of Tylers
ville, made The Advertiseu a pleas
ant call last Thursday.
A cabin on Irby Hill, occupied by a
negro but the property of Mr. W. L.
Gray, was burned last Wednesday.
Mrs. W. L. Boyd and Mrs. J. O. C.
Flenvng visited friends in Columbia
Mrs. J. R. Nolan and Miss Amy Nolan
leavo in a few days for Wilmington,
Sumter and Baltimore.
Mrs. L. G. Frlerson will return to
Jacksonville next week after a visit to
her father, Capt. J. R. Nolan.
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Washington aro
occupying tho former residence of Mr.
H A. Webb on Magnolia Streot.
Dr. A. C. Fuller, who was In tho oity
on Friday, is urging the matter of our
wheat emit est.
Our interesting correspondents at
Cross Hill, Lanford's and elsowhere
will p'o.iso send In somo letters.
Dr. W. D. Ferguson, Ron. F. P. Me
Gowan, and Dr. W.C. Irby were among
tho visitors to tho Fair.
Mi's Alma Shell spent Fair weok in
Columbia, and will visit Johnson's and
Charleston before returning home.
Subscribo for The Advehtisek and
the Atlanta Journil. Both papers for
Mr. I.elaml Kennedy will begin
teaching at Now Harmony the 15th of
Miss Claudia E. Irby was tho guest of
Miss Bossio Bynum, of Columbia, for
The Atlanta Seml-Weokly Journal
and Advertiser, throo papers a week,
for $1.50. This offor only holds until
Mr. C. H. Roper will make an ad
dress at Mt. Ploasant church on Sun
day. The public is invited. It will be
a very interesting occasion.
Mr. Will Richey has beon compli
mented by being eleeted Vice Presi
dent of his class at the South Carolina
Captain J. B. Humbert, Senator O,
P. Goodwin, Mr. D. D. Harris, Mr. E,
B. Plnson and Mr. John H. Hunter
wore among prominent visitors to the
"Helping Hands Circle," Kings
Daughters Laurens is credited with
$12.00; and "Faithful Circle," of Wa
terloo, with $3.00 towards their propos
ed Hospital In Charleston.
The Advertiser Is getting new
subscribers and doing splendidly, but
of course it wants more now subscribers,
Subscribe for The Advertiser and
The Atlanta Journal together.
.The Advertiser Is beginning a new
voting contest and offers two round
trip tickets to tho Charleston Exposi
tion. Read tho offer and begin to vote
Misers. W. O. Curry, Lewis Aber
cromble, B.. J. and John Taylor, W.
W. Yeargin,' and Ed Shell, of Dials,
and Rev. Mr. Ariail, of York, were
prominent visitors In the oity yester
Our subscribers must rmrdon the
late arrival of tho paper tnJ" week.
Publication was delayed for thcV*ccom
modation of parties who wishedNat the
last moment to insert important ad
Miss Annie Setaler, the oharmlng
daughter of Dr. F. M. Set/.lor, (n\
Whltmires, will be married this even
ing to Mr. J. J. Hont/., of Pomarla.
Miss Gertrude Mock, of Laurens will
bo maid of honor at the wedding, which
will be a beautiful affair
The ladles of Clinton give their an
nual Chrysanthemum Show to-morrow
and Friday. They are most suncossful
in the oulture of this handsome flower
and the flower show with Clinton's
pretty gir's and charming matrons as
adjuncts, la a most pleasant occasion.
The Fair did not have the great
crowd that sometimes (look to see the
Midway sights. Thousands of our peo
ple are holding back for the great snow
at Charleston, and the objects of Inter
est clustering in and around and about
the historlo and interesting old oity,
Our publio eipiare has been a study
for three weok?, by reason of its being
almost all the while covered with cot
ton waggons, It is the best market
for ootton in the State. And more,
cur stores are rocuv'v for nl<nj mm beau
ty, and stocks of fancy and useful
goods beyond competition in prices.
Beginning October 1st., we will
E"recent our custorncra witii 100
andsome embossed Tin Waiters
of convenient size. This useful
household article oan be gotten
upon the following conditions:
Whenevor you buy anything at
this store from 6 cents worth
up ask for a check. Bring $5.00
worth of these checks In and get
No catch?no advance no reduc
tion in prices. Just a straight
open plan to Increase trade. Ask
to soo them at
The Laurens Drug Co.
103 West Main St.
'Phone 76 Goods delivered.
These are tho fair representatives of
Laurens at tho State College for Wo
Hosa I.er Burton, Mary Ella Sullivan,
Sadie Grccno Sullivan, K. Lou Ferguson,
M la Aliene Friday, Ag'ttha Davis, Dor
cas Calmes, Clara E, Welburn, Viola
Young, Nina Owings, Mary Gray Harris,
Winnie Gray Harris, Florence Hellams,
Mary E. Hellams, Mary T. Humbert.
Catarrh Cannot bo Cured
with local applications, as they can
not reach the seat of the disease.
Catarrh is u blood or constitutional dis- j
ease, and in order to euro it you must!
take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, and actB di
rectly on the blood and mucous sur
faces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a
quack medicine. It was prescribed by
one of the best physicians in this coun
try for years, and is a regular prescrip
tion, it is composed of the best tonics
known, combined with the best blood
purifiers, acting directly on the mucous
surfacea. The perfect combination of
the two ingredients is what produces j
such wonderful results in curing Ca
tarrh. Send for testimonials free.
P. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by Druggists, 76o,
Hall's Family Pills aro tho best.
(Quality counts for more in shoos than
in almost any other article of dross.
Our shoes are the kind that wear. Try
Biscuit and Rolls.
The whitest, lightest. H?klest biscuit
and rolls are made of "Oliffton" Hour,
and they are pure and wholesomo, too,
Buy 16 and try it.
Big lrfle of Children Shoos?School
and press?a" prices.
J. E. Mintor & Bro.
Free to All!
To People of Laurens Ctotfoty and
Town: We will give to the perso\s wfao
present before and on January lr>th,
1902, the Greatest Number of Couyon
First, A round trip tioket to Char
Bston Exposition and pay one day's ex
penses, not to exoeed $3.00.
Second. One who presents noxt
greatest number of Coupons a Round
give these coupons away
with evoryV>0 cents worth of Goods
purchased FOR CASH. At time of
purchase, askVfor coupon; ask your
friends to save tW? 'or you.
Remember we ft?* the people and
where to get them.
Look for sign with thV^ree.
Dr. Rolfe E. Hughes,
fir Office in Dial Illook-Hfter Pal
motto Drug Store. \
Spool?llv prepared for j&^'Vnu
[ Bar. Throat ft?a fro*. ?,V
We have a large assortment in this department
] XA and will give you some very Low Prices. The
Goods arc all new just received this season.
' : /' 'i Suits, $5.48 up; Waists, 25 cts up;
Jackets, $2.75 up; Collarettes, $1.25 up; \ ^
Capes, $1.25 up; Skirts, 75 cents up.
Davis, Roper & Co.
Stoves and Ranges havo
stood tho tost. They've
been tried and proven
best. Ask tho best cook
in town. Sho owns a
Your Money Goes
swiftly enough, of course,
it's a peculiarity of money.
But while it's going why not
have the best? That's what
you got here.
FALL - WINTER WEAR
Styles Like Seasons Change!
The time has come when the light
Summer dress must give place to a
fabric of heavier weight.
have opened this week from the leading importing
houses in the Northern markets fill! lines for Ladies
wear. The largest Stock of Black Goods ever shown
here. Fine Black French Henriettas come to the front
again, while Venetians and Serges are Struggling for
first place. Whipcord, Armure and the Pebble weave
will have a light in the race as the go-betweens from
the smooth twills and the still heavier and coarser
weaves. Here is seen a heavy closely woven cloth
very durable for rainy day Skirts: it comes in six dis
tinct shades. For waist patterns is shown in solid col
orings a fine Cotton Twill, showy but inexpensive. Also
an intermediate grade will make up stylish. The
choicest of all is a fine all-wool French Twill, this
comes in seven exquisite shades and will prove a
quick seller. Table Linen, Hosiery, Flannels and
Underwear?every department I? well represented, but
space will only permit a passing notice.
Correct Styles and LOWEST PRICKS.
W. G. Wilson & Co.
Debtors and ?reditors\
\Allperflons indebted to the estateipf
Dr\ Thomas McCoy, deceased, will
plus.?0 settle Haino wltlibut delay \y^}\
C. W.\Tune at the Pcoplo's Loan ancT
ExnhaHffo Hank, or with W. R. Rlohey.'
And NaN persons holding claims
against slid estate will present them
duly proven to VV. R. Rlchey, at his
law office, ?t Laurons Court House,
O. W. Tune,
W. R. Rich by,
Oot. 2,1901?tt Executors.
W. B. KNIGHT. r. b. nADIJ.
KNKUIT & JtAUJt
Attorr^8 at Law.'
I t$T Will practice in all the Stfete and
Federal Courts. Strict attention to all
I business* intrusted to them. \
I Office up-etfttrs, Simmons' Rallflmg.
Bids for Laurens County 4 per cent
30 yoar bonds, interest payable semi
annually, to the amount of $75,000 00
to bo issued for the purpose of refund*
Jng/bondi issued in 1882 by the County
rbfrteSurens In aid of the .Greenwood,
\Laurens, and Spartanburg Railroad
Company, and due and payable Janu
ary 1st, 1902, will be received at the]
office of the undersigned at Laurens, S.j
g., up to the 30th day of November. 1901.',
Mohey for the purchase of these bonds1
to be placed at the People's Loan & Ex
change Bank of Laurens, 8. C. without
cost to the county. J
Right reserved to rejeot any and all
bids. , J. S. DRUMMOND,
Supervisor L, 0 ?
Persons having business with the
.Supervisor will find him or his Clerk
in the Office Mondays and Fridays of
J. s. Drummond,
Supervisor L. c.
Men Who Mean
What They Say
aro rare. But pooplo beliovo iis
when we toll tliem that only tho
best clastj of Merchandise i.s han
? And once having tried us they uro
ours, The best of everything in
Dry Goods, Notions,
Wraps, Underwear, Millinery,
Etc. And tho best of all is, tho
price is right. Wo guarantee sat
isfaction with overy purchase or
your money back. Try us.
r?pir*^ mm w mm.
You May Have
Trials of Your Own,
but wo want to propose a trial of our
Imperial Maple Syrup. $1.00 and
$2.00 per can. A little high in price,
Laurens Cotton Mills Sign
T. C. LUCAS, Manager