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Your Last Opportunity!
My last Car of Mules for this season to arrive
( SATURDAY 14th. )
Some Extra Fine Teams and Plantation Mules. Come and inspect.
Laurens, S. C.
D. I I. Counts,
Laurens, S. C.
KILLED PLAYIN? CAKDS.
Negro Shot by Another In Cray Court
Gray Court, March oth.?Rev. T.
Craig has had a oallfrom Fountain Inn
Presbyterian Church for all of his time
and will probably accept tho call,much
to the regret, not alone of the mem
bers of tho DorrohOhuroh to which he
has been preaching for ten years, but
to the regret of this entire community.
rsMrs. Y. C. Hellaras was among tho
ladies of this community last week
soliciting contributions to the bazar to
be held In Richmond for the benefit of
.1 ell' Davis Monument.
Mr. J. W. Dupreewill represent Oak
Lawn Camp, No. 7, Woodmen of the
World of Rapley, 8. C, at the Head
Camp Convention in Pensaoola, Fla.,
from 10th to 13th lust.
In a quarrel over a game of cards on
S. M. Meares' place on last Saturday
night Coot N in son was shot and killed
by Henry Turnbull, both colored.
Repairs to Bridges?Mr. Pryor, as
Tylersville, March 9.?Our rural
free delivery will begin about April
1st, at least so say the powers that be.
Mr. Prior, with a Siuall division of
the chain gang, repaired two bridges
in our border last week. The retontion
of Mr. Prior, as chief guard of the
conviots by Mr. Humbert, was most
fortunate for the county, as he is the
right man for the place.
There has not been much land broken
lor the next crop as yet, which may be
well, as our copious winter rains have
a tendency to leach the plowed soil and
make it raoro compact. Quano bolng
a little cheapor than common we use
more of it that the bill may be about
the same; how truly true that habit be
comes second nature.
The high price of mules seems to be
an Incentive to purchase. They seem
more of a luxury to tho farmer by rea
son of the high price.
Cures Cancer and Blood Poison.
If you have blood poison produolng
enuptions, pimples, ulcers, swoolen
glands, bumps and risings, burning,
itching skin, copper-colored spots or
rash on the skin, mucous patches In
mouth or throat, falling hair, bone
pains, old rheumatism or foul catarrh,
take Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) It!
kills tho poison in the blood; soon all
sores, eruptions heal, hard swellings
subside, aches and pains stop and a
perfect cure is made of tho worst cases
of Blood Poison.
For cancer, tumors, swellings, eating
Soros, ugly, ulcers, persistent pimples
of all kinds, take B. B. B. It destroys
the cancer poison in the blood, heals
cancer of all kinds, cures the worst
humors or suppurating swellings.?
Thousands cured by B. B. B. after all
else fails. B. B. B. is composed of pure
botanic ingredients. Improves the di
gestion, makes tho blood pure and rich,
6tops the awful itching and all sharp,
shooting pains. Thoroughly tested for
thirty years. Druggists, $1 per large
bottle, with complete directions for
home cure. Sample free and prepaid
by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta,
Ga. Desorlbe trouble and free med I- ,
cal advice also sent in sealed letter.
Sold in Laurens by B. F. Po3ey.
Mrs. J. A. C. Martin lias been very
sick for the last few days.
Mr. Luther Cooper and mother vis
ited their daughter and eister, Mrs.
John Wren of Baldwin ono day this
Mr. George Culbortson and wife of
Mt. Olive visited relatives hero last
Little Eunice Cooper, daughter of
Mr. Wister Cooper of Hopea Path is
spending nwhilo with hor grand-pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Cooper of
Mrs. Eli/.a Miller of Waterloo is vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. J. A. C Mar
tin of this place.
J. A. C. M.
A Jewelry 5tore
is the Best Place
in the world to got suggestions for
birthday presents. The stock is
varied and the price is so varied
that every kind of taste and every
kind of pocket book is suro t o be
Our stock never runs down,
All overseers who served laatyear will
plenso report by mail at once the sec
tions of road worked, staiing the num
ber of miles worked in each piece of
road in section, tools in their posses
sion, and postoffice address, also any
roads not worked last. Respectfully,
H. B. HUMBERT,
mar6-2t_ Supervisor L. C.
Persons having business with
the (Supervisor will find him or his
clerk in the Office Mondays and
Fridays of eaoh week.
H. B. Humbert, Sup. L. O.
I will be at my Office every day du
ring the week, except Thursday, and
m that day also, if notified.
O. G. THOMPSON,
New Spring Styles
From the dark sombre shades of Winter
colorings the eye is refreshed again by
the bright tints for Spring wear.
All-wool Albatross in delicate Shades for
Waistings; Sickoline Zephyr, this is a mer
cerized finished fabric of rare brilliancy for in
expensive goods, market value 20 cts., yours
atjl5 cents; We open another weave which
resembles a wool Albatross, the price only 10
cents per yard.
Many other new and exclusive designs in
wash Goods. We show a specialty
in a yard-wide Black Taffeta Silk?every
fibre fine silk?see it and hear the price.
Small White Checked Dimities are scarce but we off er a
15 cents grade at I2? cents. There are
Miscellaneous quotations. Every De
partment has something in it for you.
Another Article and we will give you a real, we have reference
to soveral numbers in nice Sheer White Linon : We placed our
order last year for these goods shipped March ist, 1903, since then
the price has steadily advanced. We will offer it at the same old
price and when sold no such value can be secured again this sea
son. Inspection and comparison solicited.
w. a. Wilson & co.
NOT THIS WAY!
It won't effect you this way when you see the price of our suits.
When you soo our suits you may work yourself into a porsperation
in your anxiety to got ono, but never bccauso the price is beyond your roach.
We have something for ovorybody, and something within the reach
of all the pockot books oven those that are not as full aj they might be.
Suits for fat men and loan mon, suits for fat pockots and for loan
pockets, that is our policy, and it's the best policy.
Q3HY IS IT?
Do you supposo thero is any reason why the young mon prefer our
It is because they soo and notlco that thoro is a stylo and up-to
dateness about our suits that is pleasing to young xnen.
They realize that thero are no better suits to bo bought than our
$12.50 and $16.00 suits for young men.
$12.50 and $15.00 suits for young men.
The Mothers seem to profor to bring the small men here too. That
is because our boys' suits just touch tho spot botli as to quality and us to price.
The nicest kind of boys' school suits from #2.00 to $8.00.
Boys like our double broasted suits at $3.60 because thoy are so
Extra pants for boys may be had for 25c. to 75c. Thoy arc excel
lent wearers and nice lookers.
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They are standard wearers and the price won't
turn any of you away.
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Wo carry suits suitable for every kind of use, suits to wear anywhere. Our complete assortment of men's and boys'
furnishlngd is going to bo kept right up to grade. Como and find anything you want?shirts, underclothing and hosiery in many
styles. We are going to soil more shoos this year than we ever have before. Our up-to-dato styles are the thing in footwear.
Don't fail to see tho now last wo are showing. (Our lino of ladios and childrens oxfords will arrive this week.
J. E. Hinter & Bro.,
Laurens, S. C.
Clothing, Shoes and Dry Goods.
The Sign of a Dollar
is what interests the bulk of the buying public. When they find where they can
save or make a DOLLAR they are at once interested. Our desire is to save
dollars for those who deal with us. We are glad of our ability and
anxious for an opportunity to demonstrate to you
what we can do.
IT MAY BE HARD TO DECIDE
which or what to buy, because: There are so many good things here, but whatever you do
buy will be well worth all you pay for it. We don't do business on any
other basis. We can't afford it.
WHEN A WOMAN OR A MAN
starts out to buy thoy would like to know that thoy can secure all they wish under one roof and do not havo to visit a half dozen stores in order to com
plete their purohaaes. We have every thing that can bo desired In tho Clothing, Shoes, Hat and Furnishing linos for tho Mon
and all the pretty and up-to-date things in Ladies apparel, Millinory Dress Goods and Notions.
Fashionable Millinery and High Grade Novelties for the Ladies.
We have secured Mlsa Lulu Edwards of Baltimore and Now York who will have charge of our Millinory department. Sho comes highly reccomraonclod
and we can assure the Ladies of Laurens, and County that they shall havo the best that is going at our uniform low prices.
CrCl/IVr* i C A CU D A CIC nas heen our constant aim nnd our evor incroasing cash business is forcing us to do losscredltoachyear
MtMImI A L/A ill I#A Jl 7 So if y?u 'hbuld that we cannot accommodate all of our friends for l!io:t do not blame us for it, as we
oannot accommodate all however muoh we may desire to do so.
Thanking you and assuring you that the place to Bulk your trading for 1903 is
Davis, Uppet & Co.
Famous Outfitter and Handlers of Reliable Merchandise.
ANTICIPATING THE FUTURE
DOES NOT SELL GOODS.
But all the indications point to a prosperous
Spring Season. Without a single exception
every department of this store will be better
prepared than ever before to please you
and supply your needs in Spring Merchan
dise. Advance shipment of the new Goods
arc arriving daily and we are ofTering spe
cial inducement to early purchasers.
36-inch White Madras, worth 25c at 18c
36-inch White Hadras, worth 18c at 12U
Checked Nainsook, 5 cts to 25 cts per yard
India Linon, - - 6 cts to 30 cts per yard
Gingham and Seersucker in lovely pattern
7 cts, 10 cts and 12L cts.
Special Values in Embroideries.
Satisfaction with every purchase or your money back.
g&f Dial, Corner.
Will it Spread?
What? Fame or Paint?
Its fame has gone
broadcast and all
users know that It
spreads well under
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?mmmmmii sold by
BROOKS & JONES,
Li aureus, S. C,
WHY USE LARD?
THE VEGETABLE FAT
SUPERIOR IN QUALITY AND PURITY
TO ALL OTHERS
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