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BEATEN BY NEGROS
|!>.U? Fowler Set Upon uwl
His House Was Also Vis
Suit or CTotbos Stolen from Dwelling
was Afterwards Recovered Hoh
berg Are at Large.
News has readied here that Satur
day afternoon B. O. Fowl or, who lives
near Euoreo, was sot upon and beaten
fco unconsciousness by two negroes and
$;?.r>0 was taken from bins.
Later It was found that his house bad
been robbed and a suit of elothos was
missing. Tho c'.othiDg was aftewards
Fowler did not recognize tho dc
groes. Thoy have not been arrested,
Fowler was unconscious for two
There Is no <duo to tlu perpetrators
X f the robbery.
? AMONG OUK FRIENDS. |
Miss Mary Boyd has gono 10 Try on,
Mr. Alvin Curry of Darlington Is
Mrs. J. D. Pltls and Mr. Reuben
Pitts are at Rat Cave, N. C.
Miss Camillo Evan-j of Newborry is
visiting Mrs. Q. C. Albright.
Mrs. R. E. Hughes and children will
leave for Virgina today,
Mrs. J. D. Watts and Edward Watts
will leave for Saluna in a fow dayp.
Miss Wlllou Boyd is visiting Miss
Lyl Vance in Greenville.
Mr, Ryland Traynham has ret rntd
Mr. R. II. lludgen.-, Mieses Kay,
Emma and Nannie Kate Hud go is have
P rono to the mountain resorts.
Mrs. W. W. Ball and children will
loave for tho Ilaywocd White Sulphur
Springs, Wayii'.'svi'lo N. C , today.
Misses Martha and Adeline John
stono of Ncwbcrry arc visiting Miss
' Mi ry Todd.
Attention is called to the new adver
tisement of J. O. C. Fleming & t'o.
Moved to Lexington.
J. H. Tillman, charged wiih the
murder of N, G. Gonzales, hus been
-moved from tho Columbia to tbo Lex
ington County j\ll. His trial will take
place at the court beginning on tbo
tocond Monday in September.
Julius C Smilh Dead.
Mr. Julius 0. Smith tf Greenville,
well known in Laurcns, died Sunday.
He was a prominent business man and
? fading Baptist layman.
Won Three Straights.
Tho victorious Laurcns Ba?e Ball
team won the third game from Green
wood Weddesday by a score of !) to 8,
making three straight?. The Brevard,
N. 0.| team was expected hero to play
two games yesterday but failed to
WILL HAVE PICNIC.
Hoed Time Expected at Fnrincis lust
Hut o at Oroj Court.
A baskot picnic will be serve 1 at
Gray Court oif the day of tho Farmers'
Institute. July 22. Everybody is in
vitcd and everybody is urged to brinj.
Tbo pienic, feature will add greatly
to the Fanners' Institute and the pec
plo of tbo surrounding country will
unite to make it an enjoyab'o success.
WORKING IN THE
Mr8. E. S. Herbert Here?Meetings to
be Held Thursday Afternoon
Mrs. 1*1. S. Herbert of Orangeburg,
state organizer of the Christian Tem
perance Workers, is in the city and un
tlor her auspices a meeting of all the
ladies and children of the various
churches Is called for 6 P. M. Th?rs?
day in the First Moth od ist Church. A
meeting will also be bold in the same
place at 8.150 P. M. Thursday, to which
tbo public is invited.
It is proposed to organize the work
here and it is hoped that tho attend
ance will bo large.
Mrs. Herbert is an interesting talker
und a devoted Christian woman. She
should receive a cordial welcome in
Laurcns and the church should be filled
at tbo meotings.
While hero Mrs. Herbert is the guest
-if her cousin, Col. J, W. Ferguson and
Miss Mary Ferguson.
(Jo to Fleming & Co. at once, get
ono of their Fruit Jar FiDors and avoid
the annoyance and of burning or soil
ing your fingers.
I-? EPO I* W
OF LAUREN'S COUNTY,
For Quarter onding Juno 80, 1008.
County Auditor, $ 81.37
County Commissioners a eleik, ?87.50
County Board of Equalization, 235 70
ShorifFs salary and Jail, 550 97
Magistrates and Constable?, 410.10
I'oor llouae and Pocr, $1128 16
Roadfl and Bridgop, - - - 083 CO
Book?, Stationery, and Pilnllng, 66.01
I Contingent, .... 678.29
Chain Gang, - 1982.87
Read Work 184 30
II. B. HUMBERT,
SupavUor L. C.
J. 1). Mock, Ciuk.
J'ilv II. 1003.
I An Avalanche of Bargains in Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Gent s Furnishings at the
\ t i^af)tic and.
I U Wonderful
W HICH OPENS AT DAVIS, ROPER <& CO., Laurens, S. C, July (5th, 1903.
) One of the Hain Features of this Great Sale will
)be our Men's and Boys' Clothing Department. Read
carefully the Low Prices you will find on this sheet.
Trunks, Valices and Suits Cases in all grades and
^prices during the Gigantic Sale of Mill Ends. Buy all
lyou need in this line for this is an opportunity of a
Mifetime. Prices from 89 cents up to $13.49.
We can't tell you here of nil the good things we
have. Yonivlllhavc to eonve ami spend one day with
m Big values in .men's hosiery from $ eenls up. &n/t
11 your wants.
m A great line of men's straw and felt hats with the
pro/Its all scraped oft
If you attend this sale, oneofbh e happiest moments
of yonr life will he wh>:n wz anwmn > '? Ihs dale of tin
300 pairs of men's pants assorted patterns prices
Uranging from $1.49 up $>.!)?, Mill lind prlee an els.
Gentleman do not miss /his opportunity
never been incited to such a olothing feast.
1?./,^. rsr, ? v>
| 200 p*?irs best grade Tailor made
|Pants, made of best materials. Worth
^5.00 to 7.50. Mill End Price 3.99 to
I 300 pairs Hen's nice Spring weight
fpants. Nice patterns worth 3.50 to
|$5.00. Mill End Price 2.49 to 3.49.
9 A Big Lot Men's Negligee Shirts,
Iworth 1.00 and 1.50. Mill End Price
179 cents to 99 cents.
I Big lot Men's Negligee Shirts
Iworth 60 cents to 85 cents. Hill End
gPrice 39 to 59 cents.
Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves in great
^Quantities all special Hill End Prices.
Beautiful Neckwear. Mill End Prices.
j Davis, Roper & CoM
I Famous Outfitters for Hen,
k Women and Children.
SUGGESTIONS FOR CLOTHING BUYERS!
We suggest that you should buy your Clothing of us whileQ
we have arranged a Gigantic Low Price sale on all our Clothing. A
Men's suits made of Clay Worsted, blue Serge, Granett andl?
unfinished Worsted. Workmanship the best, made by the bestH
clothing people in the country $12.50 and $15.00. Mill End Pricelf
$8.99 and $9.99. i|
One Big Lot Men's Worsted and Cheviot Suits. WortV M0.00]*
and 12.50. Mill End Price $6.94 and $7.49.
One lot, mens Cheviot, and Cassimere.
Suits worth $7.50 and $8.00 Mill-End,
Prioe 4.99 and $5.49.
One lot, Mens Cheviot and Cassimere'
Suits. Nice wearers and Patterns worth'
5.50 and $6.50. Mill-End Price 3.70 and'
Big lot Boys Knee Suits worth 1.00 to!
$6.00. Mill-End Price 49c. to $3.99.
Socoui prices on suspenders, Overalls and W'ni kin^BW
High and low cut foot-wear for
Men, Women and children. e sliow
one of the best lines to be found. Every
thing new and up-to-date.
1 human.and stetson $6.00 Patent Vici .shoes, sale
llannan and stetson Vilour Calf and Vici 5.00 shoes,
sale price 53.99.
Walk-over and Crossen $4.50 patent vici, .sale price
Walker-over Crosselts 3.50 and $|.oo shoes .f2.</).^8[
Crossels Walker-over and oilier line shoes, sal'-^aff
price $2. 49.
Great line of special values in Men's line shoes, sah
price ?.'.29. . Iff
Men's salin c.df worth everywhere $1.75 sale*^
price $1.19, ffj
Men's satin call dress shoes worth everywhere $i-5l'?B
sale price 99 cents.
Our famous line of Battle-Axe will?
be included in this sale. All Men's lowA
cut shoes to be closed out under priced
See them. 3?
Drew, Selby 6c Co., Zieglcr liros, and Qjiccn Qjial fiB
ity shoes and Oxford Ties w ill he included in this sale. S?
?5.h00 shoes sale price $2.49.
#2.50 shoes sale price .$1.89.
$2.00 shoes sale price .S1.69.
Ladies sandals and Oxfords i 00 and #'l.<0 h-^^
cut :S2..j9. 0 J KJ|
?$2.50 oxford and sandals, new styles $1.99.
2.00 special oxford and sandals $1.69. O
$1.75 extra good oxford $1.19 ?J
1.25 and 1.50 Ladies Oxfords 99 cents ATO
l?g lot of childrens oxfords and sandals sale
49c-? S9c?i 69c., 79c. and 99Cts.
HEN'S OXFORD TIES: f;|
$5 00 Oxford Ties to go at $3 99 |fe
4 00 ' ? 3 29 IS
3 50 '2 90
3 00 ' '2 49 II
2 50 ? ' I no
2 00 4 ' 169 M
I 50 ? * 90c. p
This is undoubtedly the greateslM
^l^I^J^11 n wc have ever gi yen. ?
U is simply impossible for us to give you a ^mp'u-le?
range of prices on our immense stock. You know al.eads&J
that we carry the Largest stock of reliable merchandise j)
Hmt is found in upper South Carolina. All we ask i< i ,M
you to come one day and see what great things we canfj
do loi you.
To Cure a Cold
in 0m Day
In Two Dtys.
Laxative Bromo Q, ^m//^ every
li?km boxes sold In past 13 month ;, r.<a;pature? S&y?ftrsnSl*r> bOX* 25c.
J. N. LEAK,
Offers his services to the peo
ple of Laurena County.
Address : Gf?AY Coukt, S. C.
Persons having husinnss with
tho Supervisor will And him or hit
olork id the OfHoo Mondays and
Fridays of oaoh week.
Ii. 1*. Humiibkt, Sup. L.
Jan. 20,100?. <
k*. (ftf)j?w^^ ?r ,,1ftU <vn,N 10 ?? J? MOPFKYT M. D.. '.I. LCUI'i. r
/Ouvoa ?ruptlojut, Boreft, Colic, Hlvos, Thrutm. Etoinovea find Prevom
\y/OimB. a?BJTOO?XJLXJSl"A. COUNTE RACT? AND OVERCOM
^HE EFFECT? OF TM? ?UMMER* NEATUPON TEETHlrJa CHILDREN^