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Pond Lily Cream
KOR SUNBURN AND TAN.
Price 25 cents.
DODSON'S DUUO STOHE.
LAURENS, S.O.. WEDNESDAY, JULY IS. 1903.
Dr. and Mrs. Mar?n Oave
lavish and Beautiful wore
All Auspicious Event in (lie Lives of A
Poplar Laurena Couple?Many
Dr. and Mrs. B. E. Martin gavo a
beautiful reception at their homo, the
Bondolla llotol, last Saturday evening.
Many guests wore proscnt and numer
ous handsome presents in silver were
Tho parlors, halls and dininor room
were lavishly and tastefully de orated,
white llowers, white and silver ribbons
predominating in the color schomo.
Tho dining table, in tho form of a
cross, had for Its center piece a pyra
mid of tapers, ?? in number represent
ing tho years of wedded lifo.
Among the out of town guests were
Hon. and Mrs. M. P. Ansel of Green
ville, Miss Lucia Martin of Ora and
Rev. G. M. Boyd.
A pretty feature was tho presenco of
a bovy of beautiful girls, costumed in
white, with silver ornaments, who
acted as waitresses when the re
freshments were served.
Presents were sent from many friends
at a distance as well as by Laurens peo
ple, testifying to the popularity of Dr.
and Mrs. Martin and everybody joined
in wishing them the greatest joy and
continued happiness. t
Jast In ?uist Now Turnip Seeds. One
four Ii pound package 10 cent?. No
danger of getting the wrong kind.
Just arrived a shipment of hall
racks. Th so are solid oak, well fin
ished, with largo sl/.o mirrors, and at
prices worth your consideration.
S. M. A E. H. Wilke?.
Our Now Disooveryissold by W. W.
Dodson, Laurens Drug Co. and Youngs'
Pharmacy under an absolute guar
Wo arc headquarters for refrige
tors, Water coolers, ice cream freezers,
jelly tumblers, fruit jars, extra caps
and extra rubboi*s.
S. M. A E. H. Wilkes.
A beautiful lino of fine umbrellas
and parasols just received to go at re
J. E. MInter A Bor.
Each ono of Buck's Stoves and
Hanges are made of the best material
and equipped with all the latest Im
provements. Sold only by
S. M. A E. H. Wilkes.
Havo you ever worn an American
lleaut.y Corset? If not, try one?com
fort, style, durability.
Special value in solid black and solid
W. G. Wilson & Co.
Now is the time to uso International
Stock Food to prevent your stock from
dying by use of damaged corn. Every
R. P. Milam A Co.
Our ten cents cents counter is loaded
down with a large assortment of useful
articles for tho home.
S. M. A E. H. Wilkes.
Sec our men's $5.00, $0 50 and $7 50
Wool Crash Suits. You can't touch
them elsewhere for the price.
Davis, Roper A Co.
Always remember that wo pay the
freight to any point in South Carolina
on all hi Isbought of us amounting to
, *^8. M. A E. H. Wi'.kes.
Soe usr for anything la millinery.
End-of the-Eeason prices prevail.
Special bargains In our millinery de
partment and dry goods dopartmeot.
Davis, Roper A Co.
See us beforo buying Ladies and
Misses Slippers. Price to please.
What's the teeret of happy, vigorous
health? Simply keeping the bowels,
the liver and kidneys strong and ac
tive. Hurdock Blood Bitters does It.
Diphtheria relievod in twenty min
utes. Almost mifacuioue. Dr. Thomas'
Electric Oil. At any drug store.
Hives ara a terrible torment to the
little folks, and to some older oneB.
Easily cured, Doan's Ointment never
fails. Instant rolief, permanent oure.
M. L. Copeland,
HEAL ESTATE, STOCKS AND BONDS,
Sabs Negfoilated, Bentsfollectod,
Money to loan on faim lands at 8 per
For Rent?Two 5-room cottages, oor
ner Kitharlne and Beaufort Streets,
near furniture Factory, at 16.00.
Three room house, with basement on
Five room house on Hampton, St., at
For Sale-One 10-room house on
West Main Street.
For Sale in Clinton, S. C.?Three va
cant store lots in good location.
Block of nice store rooms on Pnbllo
Sousre, Laurens. -m
Four acre lot with houses on Eist
Main Street. 41 4 .
One and one-half acre vacantlot, East
Main Street. .
Three bandedme cottages on Chest
JOHN WHAM HAS
Camo In To Jail on Frida?
STOltY OF TRAtiEDY.
Tlio Killing of Lafayette
Most Deplorable . of Recent Years
in Laurens Conn -All the Tar
tics Promt jeut.
The killing last Thursday morning
of L. W. Ramage by John Wham was
the most deplorable of recent year* In
this county. Wham lied after the shoot
ing but surrendered to Sheriff Duckott
Friday night at midnight, coming to
Liurens for that purpose. His friends
say that ho did not C '"om justice but
to avoid troub'e with friends of (he
dead man. Ferguson . nd Fetf th*>r;tOue
and W. R. Ulchey are Wham's attor
Both men, the dead and tlio living,
were promiccnt and popular In Lau
rent county. Hjth Wei') farmers of
the thrifty, industrious and debt-paying
kind. Uoth were men useful in their
coramunitiesand valuabletothe county.
Mr. Wham has lurgo numbers of
friends and relatives- few men in Lau
rens have a larger family connection.
His father Is Robert Wham and lie is
a nephew of James Wham, both splen
did types of ) aurens citizenship,?
though Robert Wham do?s rot live in
the county now. John Wham ran in
tho primary for county treasurer last
year, receiving tlio next highest vote
to J. H. Copeland, though no*, enough
to get in the second primary.
"Fate" Ramagc was the adopted son
of thp lato James Bell, who was good a
man as ever Laureus county had. Mr.
Ramage was a first-rate farmor and his
record as a nun of integrity was with
out b'omish . He was a man of pence
and sobriety. His father is Mr. Frank
Ramage, a well knj\vn and popular
The editor of Tiik ADVERTISER was
out of tho county when tho tragedy oc
curred and for that reason the aocoULts
sant from Clinton and Laurens to the
Charleston News and Courier arc given
Clinton, July 0.?Special: The town
was thoroughly aroused to-day over the
killing of J. Lafayette Ramage, resid
ing near Laurens, hy John (J. Wham,
a farmer, living two mi'es west of
Clinton, at 8 o'clock this morning, in
Mr. Wham's back yard. The trouble
arose regarding irregulartios between
a member of Mr. Tom Simpson's fam
ily, a nearby neighbor, and Mr. Wham
on Monday afternoon. It is understood
that Mr. Simpson threatened the life
of Mr. Wham and did gj to Mr.
Wham's house arm'd, but after having
a talk returned without a diflicu'y. Af -
ter telling the circumstances regarding
his grievance', ard with many advis
ors and others to help Bt'r the s nsa
llon, ho becace furtl or incensed, bu',
influenced by others more conserva
tive, delayed his action in the mean
time and this mor:.ing early Mrs.Wham,
anxious to have the affair stoppcu
without further trouble, went to the
home of Mr. Ramago and a*ked him to
come down and endeavor to quiet and
pacify Mr. Simpson and many of his
friends, who had by this time gath
ered at or near tho rosidence of Mr.
Wham. Mr. Ramagj camo at the re
quest of Mrs. Wham, but sometime af
ter she had returned home, during
which time Mr. Wham had armed him
self and barricaded Iiis house, feeling
from Iho'threats he had heard that his
life was in danger. When Ramago ar
rived he stopped first at or near Simp
son'd house, which is only a few hun
dred yards distant from Mr. Wham's,
and where a crowd of Simpson's friends
were gathered. Ramage and Rood
Blakely came down to Wham's house
and asked to have a talk with him.
Wham came cut to the gate, spoke to
and shook hands with Ramage. Ram
ago asked Wham to go with h'm over
to Simpson's hous?, that thoy wanted
to have a talk, and if possible a settle
ment of their grievances, and that
Ramage would guarantee that Wham
would not bo hurt. Ramage asked
Wham if he wai armed. He said ho
was. Ramage asked him to disarm
himself and como and go. Wham said:
' Let ine go in the houso iirst," and
turned to go in, when Mr. Blakely, who
was with Ramage at the gate, said;
"You had better not let him go in tho
house." Whereupon Ramage asked
him to stop, but Wham went on Into
the house and Ramage walked around
into tho back yard, and just at this
juncture Wham saw several men com
ing towards hie hcuse, and not liking
I tho movements of tho crowd, ordered
Dlakely out of his yard. Then Blakely
called to Ramago that ho thought
Wham was trying to got out of the
house. Ramage went into the back
yard, as If to tu*, him olY. Wham first
went up-s'alrs and returned immedi
ately, aud started through his huuso
towards the back. Finding Ramage
thero, ho shot and killed him instantly
and escaped through the woods. Mrs.
Wham ontreated Itmnago earnestly
not to go back there: she fear in a: the
result. There b?-iog no one olso in the
back yard, i>. W08 not known for two
hours but what Wham was in the
bouse still, and others feared to go to
Mr. Wham for all that while.
Tho houso Wrt3 finally soarched and
it was found that Wham had gone,
which they presumed he did when he
first shot Ramago. Wham used a 32?
calibre Remington rille, which was af
terwards found buried in the sand not
far from his house. Mr. Ramage fell
face downward and had his p'stol in
The sherilT was wired for and the
Governor asked for bloodhounds, which
crmo to the scene at 2o'clock but could
not follow the trial. Thorc was much
talk about lynching Wham at first, but
after both sides had been considered,
moro conservative feelings prevailed.
Under tho circumstance* many think
Wham could not have done otherwise
and others condemn him very severely.
Four or live hundr.d pcop'o went
to tho scone during the day. Wham
came to his present homo about Qve
years ago from near Fountain Iun, S.
C, and many of his friends from that
place and Laurens came down to-day.
Ho may bo lynched if caught by Simp
son's and It-imago friends, but th's is
not likely. It is thought that he will
go to sonic place of safety and give
Latjkkns, July ??.? .Special: This city
was s'arllcJ when tho nows reached
here this morning nbout 0 o'clock that
Mr. Wham had shot and killed Mr.
Fate Ramage at Mr. Wham's home
about sx miles east of this city and
three miles wost of Clinton. Both par
ties are prominent citizens, highly re
spectable and large, prosperous farm
ers. SherilY Duckett was notified that
Mr. Wham, after the shooting, had
lied for parts unknown and that tho
citizens of tho surrounding country
wero in a stato of intense exclfinent.
The sheriff immediately organized a
posse and left for the scene of thehoml
cido. About twilvo or fifteen promi
nent citizens of tbts city went as a
posaeS Governor Hoy ward was tele
graphed to for bloodhounds to bo sent
to Clinton. It is rumored on the streets
this morning that there is some talk of
lynching If the accused is caught. But
S?er)IT Duokett and his possd are able
to protect, the slayer of Mr. llimlgO
when they get him In charge. ?t is
not known here ii which dlrtCion
Wham went when ho loft,biU it Is sup
posed that ho wont ou?. towards E'lOl'OO
River, eiilior In Union or Spartanburg
counties, making for the North Caro
lina border. Telephone mei-sag03 havo
been eonl to all th j surrounding towns
to apprehend h'm. It is thought by
many that Wham will resist arrest to
tho lasj, ox'.remlty, and It Is known
that he is armed wifV> a Winchester ri
fle and pistols.
ORIGIN OK TUB TROUBLE.
Tho details of tho unfortunate kill
ing aro hard to obtain. It seems that
trouble had been brewing for two or
throe days. Mr. Tom Simpson lived
across the railroad from Mr. Wham's,
and Mr. Simpson is tho bro'hsr-in-law
of Mr. It image. On Mondiy Mrs.
Wham and Miss Cole man, who was vis
iting at Mr. Wham's, went to Clinton
to speud tho day and night. While
they wero pone Mr. Wham wrote a
note over Miss Coleman's signature to
Miss Simpson, a young lady of about
15, niece of Mr. Ramage and daughter
of Mr. Simpson. This rote, it is paid.
Invited Mi*s Simpson over to spond the
night. The mother of Miss Simpson
got hold of the no!o and, knowing
that Miss Coleman had gone to Clin
ton, asked tho negro who brought the
note who wrote it and tho negro said
Mr. Wham had sent \*. The Simpsons
suspected sinister motives i-i Mr.
Wham's writing the note aud.of course
Miss Simpson did not. go to the Whams.'
Mr. Ramage was eont for to come to
the Simpson's as well as others of the
Simpsons connections and relations.
Anyhow, It Is reported hero to-day
that several parties, among them Ram
age, went to Wham's this morning to
see Wham about his having written
such a note to Miss Simpson, tho niece
of Ilamago. Mr. Wham was expect
ing trouble and was fortifiod in bis
house when the killing occurred just
how and why it is not known here at
When tho psrties surrounding tho
house raw that Mr. Ramago was killed
they charged tho house and Wham
evacuated by the back door, the other
S Saturday July 18th,
WE WILL Inaugurate a Sale thai will mean many Dollars saved to the people of Laurens County
have gone through our stock with the pruning knife and cut the prices down to the very core.
We want to make this the very Greatest Sale we have ever had . During this sale all
consideration ol profit will be swept aside?our aim being to clean our shelves
to make room for our Fall Stock which will be far ahead of any we have
ever shown and will not be surpassed by an}'. We want to invite all
who arc interested in the things we will oiler at this sale to
come in and inspect same, and we arc quite sine you will go
away well pleased with your purchases , and tell your
friends about the "good things" at MINT ICR'S.
1 Clothes just to make tlicm move out.- <>?"<>> <??> <? <">>< -yv vom* w Su m
2 cost. We would advise all who areV*1*lot DoV* Shirts worth 35 cents to go at M
, -i, , . 1 I...... \$ 1.00 Shirts, Clearance Sale price 70 cents
who will need any soon to take advan- _yl , . , , '
. . I r r i \o0 cents Shirts, Clearance Sale price 39 cents.
Men's Jflght Shirts, worth 05 cents to go at 5!) cents
? Men's Undershirts, sixes 38 and40, worth80 o, und T?
eenls to close at 39 cents.
Men's Gauze Shirts and Drawers, worth ..'5 cents to
et ose. at Ii) cents the Harment.
GREAT VALUES IN SHOES.
C\ OTHIMfi! [Men's $7,00 Serge Coats and Vests to close at $4-90
Ksl^VJ 1 I 1 I1NVJI Men'* $5.00 Serie Coats and Vests to close, at $3.70
In no Department will the sharp edge of the pruning (7working pants, xvortli $ 1.00 to close 5'Je. the pair
knife be felt more keenly than in our Clothing Depart-Wean pants 40 cents to S1.00.
mcnt. Here values have been annihilated, and prices #'4J?? in work Shirts worth 50 cents at 25 cents.
have been put on Clothes just to make them move out.7,7/? lot Shirts worth 35 c and 40 cents to go at
regardless of the
needing Suits or
tage of Sale and lay in a supply for future use
$18.00 Suits, Sale Price, $12.49
16.50 " " 44 11.99
Suits worth 15.00 " 44 9.99
12.50 44 44 8.99
A fine line Of Men's Fine light, weight/, Shoos with or without tho frills of fashions?but honost?nil of
r>^-?->+? k -+ ^ r/ crt q,_ -l _ ^.?-j cut on ?,ja them, as to leather and woarlng qualities Wo sell Leather Shoos,
ranos O ?00 uO f,ou, oais price UiO.ay olia Ti,ev i!lst,. i,0C;iuse thev'ro anil not piper. Spoclal values In low out
5.49. Men's 4.00 pants $2.99. Thirty shoes
Men's wash suits worth 2.50 to go during! $loo?ox^
sale at $1.39. Men's two piece Suits worth! 12 25and$2.00oriords at 81.00
me _+ <t>rz ac\ a. biff lino of ladles Oxfords In all stylos, woro $1.73 now 80c.
q>o .uu ax, $Q j ._ j Tno best llldios h.dq to go at #1.11).
With Every Purchase of $5.00 or above we will sell Androscogan Bleaching:
at 5 cents per yard up to 20 yards.
Don't Blame Your Wife! She wants to save money. Thai's why she
comes here. Let us tell you about a few of the bargains here for her and you.
A line selection of colored Lawns that sold for 6\z.} 7'-., and 8 cents
at 5 cents the yard.
A few patterns in A F C Ginghams, and Mid ras Cloth that sold for toe
now 7 I the yard .
Colored Lawns that were 10 cts and 12.J ctt, to go at 7I els the yard.
25 yards Sea Island for #1.00 notwithstanding 13 cents cotton.
One bale, Standard Drills , sale price 5 cents the yard.
This Sale Closes Saturday Aug. 1st. Everything Spot Cash. No Goods charged
at these Prices.
Laurons, 8. C.
sJ. 3. MINTER St BRO.
U 111 W Q w f lw# T T 1*4- Q vr I 1 Kj
Cheaper than Anybody. Come and See.
LAU RENS,, S. C K. COUMTB
parties in full pursuit. Wham had only
a slight start on his pursuers. Ho has
uot jot been apprehended. No word
has beon received from Sheriff Duck
ott and ills deputies.
Mr. It image was a man about 10 or
'15 years of age. Mr. Wham is about
?10. It Is feared by many that the trou
ble is not all over, especially when the
arrest of Wham is atempted. Excite
ment over tho killing of liamago In the
neighborhood of Wham's homo re
mained high all day, but to-night Sher
iff Duekott, jus', from the scone of tho
homicide, statos that all danger of
lynching is over. As noon as ihe news
of the killing spread people began to
pour in from all sections of the county,
armed with shotguns, rilles and pis
tols. Both the slayer and the dead mau
had friends presont. Sheriff Duckett,
after ho had mado a thorough search of
the houso for Wham, and assuring
himself that Wham had fled, addressed
tho crowd aud asked them to take no
desperate measures and to allow tho
law to take its course. The crowd re
mained Intact all day until after the
inquest this afternoon. The Impression
is that further trouble might have oc
curred if Wham had beon in the house
secreted, as many thought ho was, but
It Is reasonably certain now that all
danger from mob violence is over.
EVIDENOK AT TIM'. INQUEST,
At the inquest It wns substantially
brought out that thorc were several
parties across the road from Wham's,
at Simpson's, and that they wero arm
ed. About S o'clock Mr. Lafayette Ram
ago and Mr. Reed Hlakely went to
Wham's bouse and called him out to
the gate. Wham came out and thoy in
vited hliu to gooverto Mr.Tom Simp
son's, assuring him of no harm. It Is
not known what answer he made to
their invitation, hut ho went back into
his house and from the window ordered
both parties to go away . Blakely went
out of the yard into the road. llamajje
went around back of the house. Wham
was up-Stalrs and, it is supposed, saw
several parties who wero coming down
the road in the direction of his house.
He canu down and started out, and
then it was ho saw liamago near Ills
hack door. A shct was fired anil Wham
ran out through h'.s backyard and
through his cotton patch down into
some woods. A :l2-calibre Remington
rille was found in tho cotton patch
The crowd surrounded the house, think
ing that Wham was s'.ill within, and it
was not until two boors afterwards
that any one touched the body of Kom
arc, which was found lying face down
at full length. Under him was a pis
tol. Ho was shot under t!ic left arm,
slightly over the heart. The ball pene
trated his body, coming out on tl e
right side and lodging in the muscle of
tho arm. There was no oye-witners to
the shooting excopt Mrs. Wham, who
was not sworn at the coroner's inquest.
It Is supposed that Mr. Wham had
gono up to Wham's for tho purpose of
obtaining an explanation in regard to
the note sent Miss Simpson, his niece,
on Monday afternoon. The purport of
tho note is merely speculative, as noth
ing has been testified to throw any
light on It. At a late hour this after
noon Wham had not been apprehended.
The bloouhounds from Columbia, or
dered to tno scone by the Governor,
proved worthless, as thoy only trailed
a short distance. Wham had about live
hours' start, however. Telegrams have
been sent to t he sheriffs of all the sur
rounding counties to arrest Wham If
he appears in th ir neighborhood.
There was a crowd of some three
hundred people at the seeno of the
.-hooting about midday. It did not en
tirely disperse until after nigh!fall.
Many think Wham will surrender In
tho course of a few days. Others main
tain th.?t ho will resist arrest to the
last extremity. Various and rotiilict
ing reports aro current. Wham has
been reported as seen in many sections
of the county, but tho presumption Is
that he Is simply in hiding until all
danger is over and that ho will then
surrender. There is no danger of mob
violence when he is put in jail here.
These aro the facts as learned from
reliable sources. Tho killing has baen
the most sonsatlonal in years.
TO APPLY FOR It A11..
It is understood that an application
for bail will bo made by Mr. Wham
through his attorneys before .lodge
Dant/ler today. The hour for the hear
ing has not been fixed.
Kx-Solieitor Schumpcrt of Newberry
has been employed to assist in the
prosecution and will appear with Solici
tor Sease today in the hearing.
Our Now Discovery is gua- nn'.eed to
put your Stomach, Liverand Bowels In
a healthy condit'on. Write T. J.
Duckett, Sheriff of Laurcns county if
you doubt it. *
Fancy white curtain swlss just open
ed. W. G. Wilson & Co.
1 horeby forbid anyono to hire or
harbor Garllcld Sullivan who is under
contract with me. It. L. Wolff, Alma.
Straw Hats In grent variety. Ca!I
and see them.
Davis, Itopor ?fc Co,
COURT JAS MET.
Judge Charles G. Dantzler
FIRST TERM HERE.
Trial of Jury Cases is
No (jroat Amount of Busluess is to bo
Disposed Of?Some of tho
Monday morning Judge Charles G.
Dantzler, of Orangeburg opened tho
summer term of the court of common
pleas, for the trial of civil cases. Steno
grapher Motte was in his soat.
Not a great, deal of business is before
tho court. Plenty of jurymen wore
present but it was some time before a
ease was ready for trial. One little case
was tried Monday.
Tuesday morning the ease of Mrs. P.
C. Battle against the C. N. & L. Ry.
Co.) a suit, for the loss of a trunk, be
gan, it resulted in a verdict of $121.
for the plalntilT.
Among lawyers here are Messrs.
Marry.1. flaynesworth of Greenville
Solicitor Sease of Spartanburg and Hen
Townsond of Onion.
Birthday Dinner by Mr. T. It. Simp*
Simpson, Ju'y, n ?Mr. T. R. Adair
and Mrs. E. H. Adair spent Friday
night with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stone.
On the 4th lost, quite a largo crowd
gathered at the beautiful home of Mr.
and Mrs. T. U. Simpson to celebrato
his 40th birthday. At noon a bounti
ful dinner was s.t which was greatly
Mr. W. W. Stone and son, Willie,
went to rel/.er Friday to visit relatives.
Our Sunday School at Union is in a
nourishing condition with (?7 scholars.
Mrs. B. F. Terry is quite sick at this
Mr. Boyd at Sandy Springs?Other
Hems of Persoual Interest.
Tvi.khsvii.i.k, July, 11.?Rev. Bo;d
preached an able sennoa at Sandy
Spring on yesterday.
Miss Ella Peterson is spending th's
week with her sister, Mrs. P. K. Aber?
Miss Annie McKinley of Laurons is
visiting Miss Annie Lou Little.
Mr. John L?ngsten and family vis
ited Dr. Moselcy's family last week.
Mr. Ell wood Dillard paid his parents
a Hying visit last week.
Mrs. W. P. Ohlldress of Laurcns vis
ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Dillard last week.
Mr. Jooky Saxon and nephew, Mas
ter Jocky MurlY dined at Mr. T. 1'.
Poolo's Sunday and was joined in the
afternoon by Mr. .1. 11. Towers.
A number of our farmers contem
plate visiting Clcmson during tho
Farmers' Convention at that place.
The hoalth of our community is some
what improved, though we aro still in
sympathy with Mr. Fred Little's fami
ly, who have had several cases of fever,
and still have a little one suffering
SWBKT-FORCIET ME NOT.
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\?i NEWS or THE WORLD, S
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The Pope is still alive but dying
Roosevelt has appointed lt. S. Olll
ver of New York assistant secretary of
war. He is a white man, by the way.
A Madison, Ga , ne^ro, charged with
attempting the usual criim, has "boen
lost." The supposition is that ho was
Your (.'nests Will Praise II.
Why not try a sack of Bransford's
"Clifton?" You will never know how
good it Is until you try it.Your neighbor
finds it (ho best Hour in the market and
your home people as well as your
guests will praise your broad and pas
try if mode of "Clifton'' dour.
T. N. Barksdale,
M. II. Fowler.
Every bolt'e of Our New Discovory
gun ran teed,
Two bottles of Our New Discovery
cures Eczema when 12 bottles of other
medicines failed. Write Mr. S. L, Da
vis, Laurens, S. ('., about it.
Our New Discovery is the greatest
Blood Purifier ever sold. Try it and
know for yourself. Remember it's guar?
antced. Price $1.00.
A big lot of shirts just roceivedi
worth 40 and 60 cents to go at 25 cents<
J. E. Mlntor & Bro.
Our N ew Discovery cures Sour Stom
ach and heavy feeling after eating
Light weightcoHsand striped pants.
Just tho thing for the hot weathor.
J. E. MInter & Bro.
Dr. W. H. DIAL.
No. 110 W. Main St.
Spe.dnl Attention fliven Women
Office hours in the city from 10 a. m.
to 4 p. m. 'Phone? Residence No 44
Office No. 89.