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The First Attraction in
GEN. JOHnIT GOKDON.
A List of the Other Mem
When and Whero Tickets Can bo He
cured and Seats Rc
Tho Laurons Lyceum Association
has secured tho following attractions
for the coming season:
Gen. John B. Gordon in October.
Charles Dencison Kellogg, about
Montauk Ladies O'tsrtet, December,
Prof. Charles Lano, January, 5th.
Hou. G. A. Gearhart, March, 10th.
This is tho strongest courso that has
over boen oll'orod to a Laurons audi
The association is indeed fortunate
in being ablo to secure Gen. Gordon.
He has never addreesod a Laurens au
dienco, and tho3o who have never
heard him will, in all probability, have
their only chance of over listening to
tho groat Confederate chieftain; for
this is his last season on the platform.
Suroly every survivor qf the Lost Cause
nlty to htar Gen. Gordon.
Double season tickets to tho tive at
tract'ons will cost only $3.00. We have
already secured tho required numbor
of subscribers and can receive only a
few more. 1 f you desiro to become a
mcmbor send in your name before Oc
All membors are hereby notified
that tickots will be on salo at the Ben
Dolla hotel on October 1st from 3 to 7
o'clock P. M.
Tho other attractions arc all excel
lent, any ono of which is more than
Worth the price of a ticket. A brief
description of those attractions will be
given later on.
For further information call on B. L.
Something New Each Week?Bargains
We will run for a week at a time
only tho following bargains, beginning
September 15th: Fiist woek: box pa
per; second week, combs and brushes;
third week, pocket books and card
cases; fourth week, fancy toilet 6ets
and novelties; s'xth week, pipes: sev
onth week, books, Remember the
weeks you want a bargain.
First week don't forget?50 cents
box paper for 25 cents; 30 cents box
paper for l? cents; 25 cents box paper
for 10 cents: 25 1 pound package 10 cts.;
envelopes 3 cents.
Don't forget next week combs and
brushes. Childron going to colleges
now is the to get them.
For a bilious attack take Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and
a quick cure is certain. For salo by
Laurens Drug Co.
Palmetto Drug Co.
Mr. John Eiohelborgcr has op?ne?
a fruit, poultry and ogg market at tho
corner of Laurens and Otrollno streets.
Our new line of fanoy rattan rockers
are the best values ever shown In the
c'.ty, they are all new uptodate and the
prices will interest you.
8. M. & E. H. Wilkes.
No us?sending to New York for your
dress goods. We have the newest.
O. B. Simmons Co.
Ladies cannot atf^rd to visit Lau
rens and not call to see tho mammoth
Davis, Roper & Co
Remember we carry the host lino of
table knives .md forks and spcons to bo
found in the city, and our prices aro
the lowest, call and look through our
line before you buy.
S. M. &' E. H Wllkep.
Great in varloty, high in style, but
low la price is the way you find them
at O. B. Simmons Co.
Now lire of couches just In uphol
stered in leather and velours in now
and pretty pa'terns, its by odds the
best line ever shown in the city, eeo
the double head adjustable divans, thoy
are beauties and very cheap.
S. M. & E. DT. Wilkos.
Yon can find all the now things men
tioned in the niaga/.inos at O. D. Sim
1,500 yards of 0 oa all wool filling
Jeans. Regular retail prico 83k cents;
our prico 25 cents.
Davis, Roper & Co.
The groatost line of values In black
dress goods over brought to this mark
et. Trices from 10 cents to $2.00.
Davis, Roper & Co
The Laurens County Teachers Arso
ciation will meet in the Graded School
Building, first Saturday in October, at
11 o'clock. After organization, plans
for offering the schools will be disouesed
All teachers of tho county are expected
to bo present.
CHARLES P. BROOKS,
County Supt. of Education.
Cool Weather Clothing.
There is forceful logic in tho argu
ment by Davis, Roper & Co., in his
advertisement in this issue that, it is
wise to buy Fall Clothes in September
because the buyer gets longer wear for
his money, and a largea assortment to
solect from. This firm handles Hand
Tailored Clothing of Leading Manu
facturers of tho United Statos. Stylish
dressers ought to take a look at thoir
CITY OPERA HOUSE!
J. K. Vance, Manager.
Wednesday Night Sept. 30,
Will present the celebrated
Reserved seats, $1.00; Genend
Admission, 75Cts.; Balcony, 5octs.
Reserved seats now on sale at
W. C. IRBY, Jr.,
Attorney at Law.
Will practice in all Stato Courts.
Prompt attention given to all business.
W. Y. BOYD,
Attorney at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts.
Prompt attention given to all business.
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?J. E. Minter St Bro.,
Laurens' Leading Clothing and Shoe Store, announce to the public
that their Fall Stock is now ready for inspection.
With a Larger Stock! Bigger Values! Better Goods and Lower Prices!
We ask for your fall business, because we honestly believe we can make it to your interest to trade
with us. We have made great preparations for this fall; have bought heavily in all
our lines, and before the recent advance in cotton goods.
1 ? ? j > r .^ \ l'A'3 by H.llh
Sole agents for the
Dorothy Dodd Shoe
Do you wish to dress well, and at the same time econom
ically? If so, buy one of our HART, SCHAFFNER &
MARX Hand-Tailored Suits. Style, Individuality, Fit
and Quality characterize every one of these suits, and the
best dressed men in every part of the United States arc
wearing them. In selecting your wearables here you
know that you can select any garment in our stock with
perfect confidence. You know that Style, Fit and Wear
are assured?that you get 100 cents worth for every dollar
Men's Fine Sltits, . #15.00 $18.00 $20.00
Men's Nobby Suits, . 10.00 12.50
Men's Wool Sltits, . 5.00 7.50 8.50
We have not overlooked the boys and youths, for we
have a complete line of dependable clothing for boys; so
the mothers need not worry, for we have good strong suits
to stand the rough wear they are subjected to.
Youths' Suits, . $3.00 to $10.00
Boys' Suits. .,.s.. 1.co " 5.00
&Sr Big line of ODD PANTS for Men and Boys, all at
the LOWEST PRICE consistent with the Quality.
Sole agents for the
The largest stock of .Shoes in Laurens is yours to choose from. Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes in all
styles and sizes. Every kind of Shoe for every kind of man, and at LOWEST PRICES. We would
call particular attention to our line of SCHOOL SHOES, which wc believe will stand more
wear than any Shoe at the price. We sell Leather Shoes for men and women.
They last because they arc leather and not paper.
Men's Shoes, - - $1.00 to $5.00
Women's Shoes, - 1.00 to 3.50
Children's Shoes 50 cents and up.
WE WANT YOUR SHOE TRADE! We give you an HONEST SHOE everytiine you buy of us; and
if it goes Wrong we make it RIGHT.
Handsome Headgear for Fall
You will want a new hat soon. WTe all like to look our best, and there's nothing like a nobby new hat
to set off one's attire. Our stock of Furnishings, such as .Shirts, Collars, Underwear, Gloves and Hosiery is
f very complete. There is nothing in this line you cannot find here at the LOWEST PRICES. Wc have
7 5 not overlooked the ladies, and arc showing a complete line of domestics of all kind?Staple Dry Goods, New
? S Waistings, Basket-Weave Oxfords, Table Linen, Towels, Blankets, etc. Come in and look around and try on
5 ? some of the new suits, etc. You will always find polite and courteous salesmen here, who will take pleasure
? ? in showing you the new things.
\\ JT. B. CDINTER St BRO. |
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WE ANNOUNCE OUR OPENING DISPLAY OF
TH ursday, October First, 1903.
We will also display the largest, best selected and most
up-to-date line of
Dress Goods and Trimmings
we have ever shown. All the newest weaves and colorings
adapted for stylish suits,?Broadcloths, Zibelines,
Coverts, etc. A complete line of Black
Dress Goods, Ladies', Misses' and
Children's Cloaks and
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED.
The Latest Styles as
Seen on the Counters at
W.Q. Wilson & Co.
this cloth resembles the Melrosc but of a
smoother finished surface where dust will
not penetrate nor the brush roughen.
this is an even and exceedingly line twill
and exquisite shade destined to keep pace
with the quickest sellers of the season.
IN THE HEAVIER WEIGHTS IS SHOWN:
Granit Suiting, Prunella, Sharkskin, Cheviots,
Storm Serges, Venetian and Broadcloths.
FRENCH HERI ETTAS,
these goods while they cannot}be classed
among the newest weaves are always
sought after?pure dye and high finish,
exposure to the elements fails to change
Sterling value is offered in three numbers 36 inch Black
Taffeta silk. The prices are $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 the yard.
Table Linen, Hosiery and Underwear. Each department
represents its special values. Inspection cordially solicited.
W. G. WILSON & CO.
L, AU R E
DAVIS, ROPER & CO.*
Outfitters to Particular People,
Laurens, 5. C.
Is the Man
^ Fine jGlothing,
who buys his COOL WEATHER CLOTHING in SEPTEMBER. lie
has a larger assortment to select from, and he gets longer wear for the same
price, with the added satisfaction of being the first to appear in up-to -date
apparel. It's the old story of the "early bird's" feast.
How much wiser then, is the man who confines his September se
lection to j
OUR HAND TAILORED CLOTHES
Our Hand Made Suits are a perfect expression of the tailoring art.
The design, the materials, the honest workmanship, the general effect be
ing chosen with the specific view of adaptability to the use it is to be put
?dress, clerical or business.
J8@? The picture is intended to show one of the VERY LATEST favorites in FALL ATTIRE. Of course we
have them in all the latest cuts?in all the Newest Fabrics?Round Cuts, Longs, Fats, Stouts, Extia Sizes.
Special High Class Tailoring at
A Merchant Tailor would charge you more and give you no better fit or quality,
and not as much style, and keep you waiting a week or ten days, beside.
* School Knee Suits,
This is the time that all the boys want School Suits. We have them in very best
Patterns and Fabrics that can be found. Then the Price is right.
Three of our Specials in this line $2.50 and $3.00. Beauties, every
one?all will give good wear.
We have other styles for other men, at other prices. Before you
buy your FALL SUITS drop in and let us talk it over.
! IDA VIS. ROPER St CO.
NS, S. O.
Display of all the latest Noveltses in Street and Pattern Hats,
and all the Novelties in Dress Goods, Silks and Notions .All the ladies
in La 11 re ns and County cordially invited to attend.
DAVIS. ROPER St CO.