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THE JiEWS FltOX WATKltMJO.
Dontli of Miu. liar. Is ? Personal Aud
WaTKKLOO. Sept, 2?.?Mrs. Jane
Harris, a mott excellent Chrls'ian
lady, died yesterday at tho ripe old
age of eighty nine. While iier death
was not unexpected, jet it is a pecul
iarly sad ono and she will be missed by
a large clrclo of friouds. Sho leaves
throe children to mourn her sad de
parture: Mr?. J. II. Wharton cf this
place, Mr W. I". Harris of Grav Court
atid Mr. J. T. Harris, proprietor of the
famous Whito Stone Lithia Springs.
Tho sympathies of tho entire corxmu
nity go out to tho be reaved family In
their sore bn-oavcinont.
Mr. E M. Henderson has returned
to Charleston College to resume his
Miss Elizabeth \Vbarton lefo Wed
nesday for the Greenville Female Col
Prof. J. Y. Bryeon, Superintendent
of the Graded Sohool at this place, be
gan work last Monday, with every
prospect for a prosperous school term.
Now pupils are being enrolled daily
and thu opening enrollment is decid
edly tho highest to the history of the
Mrs. I. \V. Gray of Woodruff is with
tho family of <J. II. Wharton for a
Mr. Claude Schumpert of Newborry
was In town SatimUy and Sunday.
Mr. J. F. Tolbert of Lauren a was in
town on business yesterday.
Miss Lona Elliott of Atlanta is with
tho family of Mr. W. H. Wharton.
Miss Martha Hellams, a member of
tho Thornweli Orphanage faculty,
Bpent Sabbath with her Bister, Mrs. T.
Prof. J. 0. Allan and wifo left for
Florida last weok. Prof. Allen is
Supt. of tho Graded School r.t West
Dr. II. H. Bryeon passed through the
city en-route to hl? furnier home last
week. Dr. Bryson l$4pcated at Brad*
Miss Clara Wharton has accepted a
position in the Epworth Orphanage at
Columbia and left iast wce'i to enter
upon her work. Mi-s Whuton is a
talented young la ly and her friends
(aud their name is legion) wiah her
Mr. G. Wash Shall, .-pojial agenf for
the Perm Mutual Life Insurance Co.
of Philadelphia, s\ as down last week
talking insurance to the boys. Mr,
Shell is a most excellent young mm
and made many frleuds while in the
Mr. J. C. Sims, Jr. and Mr. Geo.
Stalling* have completed their course
in telography and are now awaiting
orders for prominent positions.
Miss Meta Smith, a most chaimlng
young lady, has returned from a very
pleasant visit to relatives at Gray
Mrs. J. M. Ptarce is visiting rela
tives at tho Capitol.
Dr. J. Q. Wrilbur visited tho family
of Mr. J. 13. Wharton in Greenwood
last weok ?
Drs. Fennel and Hondorson are now
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
treating a patient very peculiarly af
fected both in body and mind. Tho
patient became unconscious two days
ago while in tho field and heroic of
forts have failed to rostore conscious
ness. No causo whatever can bo g'.von
for this strange occurrence,
Mr. J. Frank Anderson has opened
up a new store in town with Messrs
Long and Nelson as assistands.
Fox bunting is the order of the
night In this immediate vicinity, and
the sdrill blasts of tho ram's horns are
to bo hoard re-echoing among the
neigeboring bills and hollows,
While the summer season for tho fa
mous Harris Litbla Hotel has passed,
still quite a number of names arc still
X. Y. Z.
'?Just in tho nick of time our littlo
boy was saved" writes Mrs. W. Wat
Kins of Plonsant Ci'y, Ohio. "Pneu
monia bad played sad havoc with him
and. a terrible cotigh sei In besides.
Doctors treated him, but he grew
worso every day. At length wo tried
Dr. King's Now Discovery for Con
sumption and our darling was saved,
lie's now sound, and well." Everybody
ought to know, It's the only suro cure
for Coughs, Colds and all Lung dis
eases. Guaranteed by Laurens Drug
Co. and W. W. Dodson. Trial bottles
free. Prico 50 cents and $1.00.
Wo arc exclusivo agents for tho
famous Florshelm shoo for men and nro
now showing a full line of these shoes.
J. E. Mintor & Bro.
The largest and most complete stock
of everything for men, women and
children is being secured daily at
Davis, Roper & Co.
Cool Weather Clothing.
There Is forceful logic In the argu
ment by Davis, Rouer ?fc Co., In his
advertisement in this issue that, it is
wiso to buy Fall Clothes In September
because the buyer gets longer wear for
bis money, and A largeJ assortment to
select from. This firm handles Hand
Tailored Clothing of Leading Manu
facturers of the United States. Stylish
dressers ought to take a look at their
Boars th? The Kind You Have Always Bough!
Carriages, B^00^3 ?* Wagons
mm Cheaper than Anybody. Come and See. - ^
J.AURENS, S. C._X>, ?.
Something New Each Week- -Barglans
Wo will run for a week at a time
only the following bargains, begit ning
September 15th: First week: box pa
per; second week, combs and brushes;
third week, pocket books and card
cases; fourth week, fancy toilet lets
and novelties; sixth week, pipes; sev
enth week, books, Remember the
woek3 you want a bargain.
First week don't forget?50 cents
box paper for 20 cents; ?0 cents box
paper for 15 cents; 25 cents box paper
for iO cents; 2b 1 pound package in cts.;
envelopes ;i cents.
Palmetto Drug Co.
Don't forget next weok combs and
brashes. Children going to colleges
now is the to get them.
For a bilious attack take Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and
a quick euro is certain. For sale by
Laurens Drug Co.
Our New Discovory is sold by W. W.
Dodson, Laurens Drug Co. and Youngs'
Pharmacy under an absolute guar
Two bottles of Our New Discovery
cures Eczema when 12 bottles of other
medicines failed. Writo Mr. S. L, Da
vis, Laurens, S. C, about it.
"A Thing of Beauty
Is a Joy Forever."
Good Jewelry is not like every
other thing, that has its clay, and
dies out. What you buy from
us we sell to last a lifetime, and
a little thought and calculation
prove our prices more than fair.
g0T FIRST-CLASS Watch
and Jewelry repairing by an
New line of nice oak baby cradles
and cribs just in. Call and see tboin.
Wo can savo you money on them.
S. M. & B. H. Wilkes.
Don't miss our opening display of
fashionable millinery and fine dross
goods, Thursday, October 1st.
Mr. John Eichelberger has opened
a fruit, poultry and egg market at the
corner of Laurens and Caroline etreots.
Don't forget our Millinery Opening
thl3 week, Ootober 1st. All are in
vited. Big display of everything for
Davis, Roper A Co.
The largest lino of tho linost quality
cut glass ever seen in the c'.ty to arrive
this week brought direct from the fac
tory. Our selection will bo tho best
and our prices lower than you will lind
anywhere In the state.
S. M. A E. H. Wilkes.
School time?School suits, school
school suits all wear and please. Price
In keeping with tho quality.
Davis, Roper A Co.
Como to our store. Thursday, and
get a correct idea of fall and winter
fashions. The Hub.
Largo stock, large Inducements lo of
fer In clothing, shoes, hats, dry goods,
Davis, Roper & Co.
See those new oak beds that wo have
just received,?a solid car of thorn atd
if you want a good bed for little money
you cm get It in this lot.
S. M. A E. H. Wilkes.
Ask to see our cloaks and wraps.
Latest styles and prices.
Don't forgot about that boater. Cold
weather will be on you before you aro
ready If you don't mind. Call and let
us lit you up in a Buck's Heater and
have it placed ready for use.
B. M. A E. Hi Wilkes.
Guess you know where to got your
clothing, bats, sho38 and gents' fur
nishings. If you don't you had better
ask and seo us before you buy. We
know what wo aro talking about when
we say we can savo your money. See
our $5 00, |7.60, $10.00, $12.00, $15.00,
118.00 suits. All beauties for the price.
Davis, Roper & Co.
Sao tho new parlor lamp wo are of
fering for 0M cents. It's tho best you
have ever seon. This is something
now. Call and see them.
S. M. A B. H. Wllkos.
Just In Buist Now Turnip Seeds. One
fourth pound package 10 cents. No
danger of getting the wrong kind.
Now is the time to use International
Stock Food to prevent your stook from
dying by uso of damaged corn. Every
R. P. Milam A Co.
This is school timo. We have every
thing In clothing and shoos for tho lit
J. E. Mlnter A Rro.
You can get Hardware that does and Hardware that
doesn't wear well. The element of durability enters into
Hardware just as much as it does into clothing or shoes.
We make a point of selling hardware for hard
wear. We aim to give you durability and service.
We have to keep some of the kind that doesn't wear
well, but we prefer the other kind and put our best efforts
into selling it.
"The Best is Always the Cheapest."
BROOKS Si JONES
Now in Simmons' Block.
We give the Whip to I
Prices to Double the Sale!
Look as closely to quality as you do to prices.
Measure your purchase by the satisfaction they
yeald and you will say this is the best place in
town to buy.
J, O, G FLEMING & CO,
Tho Laurons County Teachers A?so
oiation will meet in the Graded School
Building, lirst Saturday in October, at
11 o'clock. After organization, plans
for olY .-ring the schools will be discussed
All teachers of tho county aro expocted
to b j presont.
CHARLES P. HUOOKS,
County Supt. of I'klucation.
It. II. Welch.
A. C. Todd.
Joliusone, Welch & Todd,
Will Practice in all Courts, State and
Federal. Ollicc, Law Range.
Money to Loan at reasonable in
Lauhkns, S. C.
AUGUSTA AND ASIIEVILLE SHORT
8chedule In Effect Mar. 1,1003.
2:07 pm Lv. Laurens Ar 1:30|>IU
3 30pm Ar Spartanburg, Lvl201poi
3 10 pin Iiv Spartanburg Ar 10 25 am
5 32 ptn Ar Sahuia 1 iV 8 3'.) am
6 11 ptn Ar Henderaouville I .v 8 05 atn
(C, A W. C. Railway)
1 55 pm I iv Laurons Ar 1 45 pm
2 51 p in Lv Greenwood Arl2 4lpui
5 20 pm Ar Augusta Lv 10 10 am
288 pm Lv Augusta At ll 53 am
(5 30 pm Ar Boaufort Lv 7 50 pm
0 46 pm Ar Port Royal Lv 7 40 am
2 0!) pm Lv Laurons Ar 1 35 pm
3 25 pm Ar Qreenville Lv. 12 15 pm
For information relative to tickets
rates,schedules, etc., address
J. It. NOLAN, Agent Laurens 8. C.
GEO. T. BRYAN, G. A.
Gen. Pass. Agent, Augusta, Ga.
T. M. EMERSON. Traflic Man.
The Latest Styles as
Seen on the Counters at
W. G. Wilson & Co,
Ibis cloth resembles the Mel rose but of a
smoother finished surface where dust will
not penetrate nor tbe brush roughen.
this is an even and exceedingly line twill
and exquisite shade destined to keep pace
with tbe quickest sellers of the season.
IN THE HEAVIER WEIGHTS LS SHOWN:
Granit Suiting, Prunella, Sharkskin, Cheviots,
Storm Serges, Venetian and Broadcloths.
FRENCH HER1 ETTAS,
these goods while they cannot)bc classed
among the newest weaves are always
sought after?pure dye and high finish,
exposure to tbe 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.
DAVIS, ROPER &
NS. S. O.
Ea,ly Bi^s Feast
DON'T DELAY TOO LONG
BUYING YOUR FALL SUIT
You know if you decide this question
now you've a Wider Range of Varieties
to select from and you get Longer
Wear for the Money Expended.
THE PRICE OF
THE SUDDEN CHANGES
IN AMERICAN WEATHER
make it quite probable
that you will get up some morning soon and find the
temperature cold enough for thicker apparel.
Then you'll wish you hadn't procrastinated. Bet
ter attend to this matter
During The Present Week.
It won't require many minutes to step into our store and
get yourself snugly and handsomely fitted, and at a price
that will mean an actual saving to you.
$10.00 TO $20.00
? Any "merchant tailor" would charge you more for
to 'select from. Me would give you no better fit, not M
the HAND-TAILORED CLOTHING made by
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m tip ?, % ^^^^
Better Drop in and Let us Talk it Over/
THE SWELLDOM SACK
sho'wli in the picture, is the latest four-but
ton single-breasted sack. It has its pointy of difference
from the HARVARD and the other single-breasted fa
vorites It is particularly a cut for quiet dressers, whose
tastes lean to something conservatively elegant, rather
than the extreme of styles. It is an ideal suit for busi
ness men who know the value of "looking prosperous."
the same quality, without^bcing prepared to give you the variety
good style, and keep you waiting a week or ten days. We sell
SCHLOSS BROS & CO.
And Other Fine Makes.
"The Best Clothes Makers:"
DONT FOR?ET OUR GRAfrlD
, OCTOBER III, 1305.
Display of all the latest Noveltses in Street and Pattern Hats,
and all the Novelties in Dress Gods Soilksand Notions .All the ladies
in Laurens and County cordially invited to attend.
DAVIS. ROPER Si CO.
DAVIS, RO PER Si OO. 8 See our Ladies1 Fine Shoes!
See our Skirts, Suits, Jackets, Furs!