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OWNS MA MILE DEDS.
Expert Scientist Pronounces the De
posit to be Very Fine.
Congressman Josoph T. Johnson, af
ter a visit hero to relatives has re
turned toSpartanburg. While here he
hud u rainoralogist go up to his farm
about twelve miles above the city in
search of valuable ruinorals. The dls
covory of a large and oxtenslve deposit
of marblo was mado. The expert de
clared it was made of an ?xceptlonally
line quality and rare beauty. Traces of
other mineral were also found, but not,
it is thought, in paying quantities. It
is not known whether this bed will be
worked or not. One drawback to its
dovclopement is that is about six miles
from a railroad.
At The First Methodist Church.
Row T. K. Morris, of Union and who
was formerly pastor in Laurcns, will
preach in the First Mothodlst Churoh
next Sunday at 11 o'oloak. Prof. J. A.
Gamowell. of WotYord College, will
speak at the same Churoh in the even
ing at 7:30 o'clock. Public invited.
SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION
From Laurens and Intermediate
points to Greenville. S. C. and return
November, 2nd. 1003, via Charleston &?
Western Carolina Railway, account
Exhibition of the groat Harnum & Rai
loy Shows ltound trip rated from
Laurens only $1 10. Correspondingly
low rates from intermediate points.
Special train loaves Laurens 8 30 A.
m., arriving at Greenville 9.4JS a. M.
Returning leaves Greenville 0 30 P.
m., November, 2nd, but for the con
venience of those desiring to romain to
witness the evening performance, all
tickots will bo good to return leaving
Greenville 12.15 p, m , November, 3rd,
For further information apply to
O. G. Pukntiss, Agent, Laurens, S. C.
Goo. t: Bryan, G. a., Greenville, S. C.
13. Williams, G, P. a., Augusta, Ga.
Something Now Each Weck -Barglans
Wo will run for a week at a time
only the following bargains, beginning
Soptember 16th; First week: box pa
por; second week, combs and brushes;
third week, pocket books and card
cases; fourth week, fancy toilet sets
and novelties; sixth week, pipes: sev
enth week, books, Remember the
weeks you want a bargain.
First week don't forget?50 cents
box paper for 25 cent9; 30 cents box
paper for 15 cent?; 25 cents box paper
for 10 cents: 25 1 pound package 10 cts.;
onvelopes 3 cents.
Palmetto Drug Co.
Don't forget next week combs and
brushes. Children going to colleges
now is the to get them.
Juet in Buist New Turnip Seeds. One
fourth pound package 10 coots. No
danger of getting the wrong kind.
For a bilious attack take Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and
a quick cure is certain. For sale by
Laurens Drug Co.
Our New Discovery is sold by W. W.
Dodson, Laurens Drug Co. and Youngs'
Pharmacy under an absolute guar
For Heart Disease and Nervousness,
take Our Now Discovery. It curod
Robt. Babb of Cross Hill, 8. O. A
guarantee goes with each bottle at
Laurens Drug Co.," Dr. Dodson's and
FISCAL YEAR, 1902.
To His Honor, the Presiding Judge
of the Court of General Sessions
for Laurens County, October
8 V Knight, 3 00
J S Bolt, 8 00
Q W Shell, 8 5o
S 8 Boyd, 16 o5
Foster Nelson, 3 00
W B Bramlett, 9 10
OT Whitten, 16 80
P B Bailey, 16 00
T E Harris, 13 72
J W Saxon, 3 00
W J Thompson, 10 65
W M Bryeon, 10 2o
R L Whitlock, 60
W H Hellaras, 20 00
do do 20 00
S 8 Boyd, 42 o5
S O Heid, 1 00
A B Blakeiy, :>4 63
Charley Petty, 28 75
A M Robertson, 60 15
W B Bramlo'.t, 7 o5
R K Babb, 6 20
G M Moore, 3 OQ
?LIi^!!?d?'' 14 OO
H D Winn, 2 oo
W G Ross, 27 68
8 L Moore, 25 00
O T Whitten, l? ?o
T G Thompson, 9 25
A B Blakeiy, JO 26
B W Martin, 18 76
W B Bramlett, 7 3Q
W G Ross, 2 25
W H. Ball, 10 00
CT Whitten. 38 85
W A Campbell, 2 2o
J F Sloan, 3 00
J F Tolbert, 1 oo
G Roland Ray, 19 25
?.,LMaTttB, 10 00
W M Bryaon, 14 4Q
A P Moore, 15 27
W. B. Bramlett, 8 75
R E Babb, 12 40
8 D Childress, 165 00
W A Anderson, 6 00
P M Pitts, 49?
J D Watts, 89 12
O T Whitten, l] "5
W G Ross, a 7r,
J F Tolbert, 9 3"
TG'Ihompson, n *
Martin, 19 15
J C Pmsou, 18 60
Geo D Bower. 17 6Q
McOord Merchandise Co, 4o
II B Humbert, 9 Qj
H Y Simpson, 20 00
&U5t*X^T?WMh,P B'd? 235 7o
W W Dodson, rk
??W 10 00
J II Sullivan, 76 14
D H Oounte, 395 00
U B Poole, n 35
Thompson A Martin, 37 26
H C Fuller, v> Rfl
T J Weathers, 3 ?0
W B Bramlett, 11 55
H B Humbert, 81 51
S D Childress, 180 00
Laurens Iron Works, 4 00
8 S Boyd, 28 86
Romeo Young, 6 85
A B Henry, U 0Q
STORE . ACCOUNT.
? ? ?,,,,.m * 9?? HI 2o
J Ka Minter i\c Bro, 9 20
J M Pitta A Bro, 30 81
J H Sullivan, 74 o|
Brooks & Jones, 37 75
do do 84 13
S A Leaman, 1 77
d<> do 800
J S Craig, 9 15
BIiI???E^NIi R0AD ACCOUNT.
Alf McNinch, 10 ^
J W Culbertson, 1 ok
M A Riddle, $ m
WB Bramlett, 18 3o
Richard Blalock, 2 25
J. H. COPELAND,
Treasurer L. C.
LAURENS, S. C.
Cheaper than Anybody. Come and See.
13* H. eOUMTS
Hart, Schaffner & Marx's Hand/Tailored Clothing for Men,
? ? ?j? The Florsheim Shoe for Men* ?j* ? ?
The Dorothy Dodd $3,00 Shoe for Women,
We are exclusive agents for these famous lines. We
are now better prepared than ever before to
Fit From Head to Foot
in fashion's latest fabrics. A wide range of prices
and patterns. We can fit your figure at any
figure your purse will fit.
Men's Suits, - = $5.00 to $20.00
Youths' Suits, - - 3.00 44 12.00
Boys'Suits, - = 1.00 44 5.00
Trousers, - - 2.00 44 7.50
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Hats, Dry Goods and Furnishings,
Everything imaginable in these lines. Our Depart
ments are larger and more complete than ever
this season, and each one is filled with
^a^^SPEClALLY GOOD THINGS.^^
Copjrlght I J ! by I!.;,;.?!,... ? Mux
Shoes of all sizes and shapes. Hats to fit all heads. A full and complete
line of Furnishings and Staple Dry Goods. And in every instance the
J. E. Minter <Sc Bro.
Cash Bargain Store.
The Best Ladies' Men's and Chil
drens' Shoes in Town for the same
J. L. HOPKIN, Proprietor.
We give the Whip to
Prices to Double the Sale!
Look as closely to quality as you do to prices.
Heasure your purchase by the satisfaction they
yield and you will say this is the best place in
town to buy.
J, O, G FLEMING & CO.
DAVIS, ROPER & CO.,
Outfitters to Particular People.
The Man of
Who wants QUALITY in his
clothing FIRST, and regards style as of
SECONDARY consideration, is some
times harder to please than the swag
ger youngster who selects the most ul
tra fashions. Such a man will find
THE CONSERVATIVE SACK
An Ideal Exponent of Good Clothes Making.
Tho pioture illustrates this suit, now so intensely popular all over the country
with men who want the BEST WEAR-RESISTING APPAREL their money will buy, and at the
same time possessing a quiet eleganoe that harmonizes with dignity of bearing.
While the out is conservative in style, we have the same suit in a wide range of
very natty patterns that will satisfy the man of tastes conservative, yet preferring
something not too sedate in tone. The prices of these suits are also conservative.
We sell the HAND-TAILORED CLOTHING of best MANUFACTURES in United States. Of course we
nave t^cheaper grades to suit that do not want such high-grade Clothing. Beginning at #5.00 and upwards.
??T Better Drop in and Let us Talk it Over.
DAVIS. ROPER St CO.
Outfitters to Particular People.
SPECIALTIES IN BLACK DRESS GOODS!
The greatest line of real values ever shown in Laurens.
Every imaginable weave in the most exquisite materials,
and we would like to impress it upon all that has anything
in this line to buy that a look at our line will be of great
benefit to them. We think that we can show you better
values than you have ever had the opportunity to see.
It Doesn't Cost Ton Anythi lo Look.
So come and let us show you our stock, and if you do not
find that the goods come up to your expectation we don't
ask you to buy them.
36-inch black guaranteed Taffeta Silk that will not crush.
Can't be beat! Ask to see it! Price $1.25 per yard.
All the newest things in Dress Trimmings. Now is the
time to see our Suits, Skirts, Jackets and Coats for the La
dies. DAVIS, ROPER & CO.,
Famous Outfitters for Hen, Women and Children.