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Opening Ball at Harri? Springs.
A large party from the oity attended
tho opening bail at Harris Lithla
Springs Friday evening. The Springs
has a new management this season and
the brilliant and largely attended event
Friday evening was a oonsplouous suc
cess. There worn large parties from
the surrounding towns. Among thoso
who wont from Laurens wero: Mr. and
Mrs. R. F. Jones, Dr. and Mrs. W. D.
Ferguson, Col. and Mrs. T. D. Dai ling
ton, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Gray, Mr. and
Mrs. V. S. Hudgens, Messrs. W. R.
Riohey, B. L. Clardy, Cash Watts, Miss
Tallu'ah Caine, J. K. Vance, J. N.
Richordson, Mrs. W. H. Anderson,
Karl Wilson, Miss Annie Rlchey,
Miss Sadie Richey, T. C. Switzer,
F. M. Smith, T. L. Monroe, A. W.
Teague, Miss Marlegene Oalne, Qua
Simmons J. Y. Garlington, R. V.
Irby, Miss Mayme Ferguson, J. W.
Danklin, Miss Camilla Vance, Mrs.
Maty Preutias, Miss Blanche Clardy.
Educational Conference at Winthrop.
A conference for Education will be
held at Winthrop College, July 14, for
the purpose of discussing the defects
and noeds of our Public School system,
and to devise plans for its betterment.
School men and women, lawyers, edi
tors physician-", ministers, statesmen,
business men, in fact all who are Inter
eotoit In education, are Invited to at
tend. The State Summer Sohool will
be in session and the State Teacher's
Association will convene on the follow
ing day. Reduced railroad ratos have
boen secured for tho ocoaslon.
Death or Mrs. W* A. Moore.
Tho many friends of Mm. Corrio
Mooro, wifo of Mr. W. A. Moore, will
rogro'i to hoar of hor do&th which oc
curred at Watts Mills last Saturday
after a brief Illness. She was the eld
est daughter of Mr. Wallace Sanders
of this county. Her husband and three
small children survive. The birial took
took place at the city comotery Sunday
Thaddous Babb Has Passed Array.
Mr, Thaddeus Babb, a good citizen
and well-to-do farmer of Babbtown,
died at his home last Thursday. Ho
hau-vb-on in ill health for several
months. Too funeral and burial ser
vices wore held from Green Pond
Methodist Church, Friday afternoon.
Mr. Babb was 72 years of age and is
survived by his wifo and eight children,
three sons and five daughters. He was
a brother of Mr. Messer Babb of this
city, and of Martin E. Babb, deceived,
former Clerk of the Court for Laurens
Will Celebrate tho Fonrth.
The Laurens and Watts Mills will
join In a big picnic at Holmes Park on
tho glorious Fourth. A nig day Is
promised by the management. There
will be all kinds of games and races
with substantial cash prizes. It will
be a great Fourth of July celebration
and the public is cordially invited.
Summer School Opens.
The County Summer School opened
ut tho graded school building Monday
afternoon with Prof. Frank Evans of
Spartanburg In charge. Prof. Culbert
son and Miss Tlllraan are assisting.
Thirty-three teacher-pupils have
enrolled and the indications are that
tho attendance will be good and the
school a line success.
Miss Cadell of Alabama who will
conduct the department In drawing,
Is expected next week.
Dr. Bailey Visits Laurens.
Dr. T. M. Bailey, of Greenville, cor
responding secretary of the State Bap
tist Mission Board, was in Laurens
from Saturday noon until Monday,
Sunday morning he wont out to Bel*
view,near tho county home, and preach,
cd tho bermon at the dedication of
this new church. He returned to the
city Sunday afternoon and preached at
tho First Baptist Church at the even
Former Laurens Citizen Dies in Cali
News has been received here of the
death of Rev. Harrison Boyd at FreBno,
Calllornla. Mr. Boyd went to Texas
from this county about ton years ago.
Later he removed to California, locat
ing at Fresno.
Second Church to be Dedicated.
The Second Baptist Church will be
dedicated Sunday, July 3rd. The ser
vices will commence at 11 o'clock and
the dedicatory sermon will be deliver
ed by Dr. T, M. Bailey, of Greenville.
Rev. M. C. Compton is the pastor of
this church whioh was built two yoars
Masons Enjoy Picnic.
A large number of Laurons Masons
attended the annual picnic at Gray
Court Saturday givon by Schroedor
Lodge A. F. M, Congressman J. T.
Johnson was present by invitation and
delivered an address. It was a very
pleasant occasion largely attended and
Clarence R. Cooper a young farmer
of the Tylersville section sent to The
Advkrtiskr ofllco yesterday tho first
Thoro will be a congregational meet
ing of tho members of the First Metho
dist Church on Thursday evening at
8:30 o'clock. ah tho members are
urged to bo present.
"DO IT TO-DAY."
Tho lime worn Injunction, "Never
put off 'til to-morrow what you can do
today," is now generally presented In
this form: "Do it to-dayP'That Is the
terse advice we want to give you about
that hacking cough or demoralizing
cold with which you have been strug
gling for several days, perhaps weoks.
Take some reliable remedy for it to
day?and lot that remedy be Dr. Bos
choe's Syrup, which has been In use
for over thirty-five years A few doses
of it will undoubtedly relieve your
cough or cold, and its oontlnued use
few days will cure you completely. No
matter how deep-seated your cough,
evon II dread consumption has at
tacked your lungs, German Syrup will
surely effect a cure -as it has done be
fore in thousands of apparently hopeless
oases of lung trouble. New trial bottles.
25 cents; regular size, 75 oent. At all
Meeting of Executive Committee.
The County Demooratio Executive
Committee mot in tho court house Mon
day to arrange for the' County Primary
campaign. Tho meeting was called to or
der by Chairman G. P. Smith and or
gaoised by tho election of a Secretary.
Every Demooratio Club in tho County
was represented except Jacks, as follows i
Laurens?No. 1?R A Cooper.
Laureus No. 2?W T Crews.
Laurens Cotton Mills?G P Smith.
YcungsTownship?T R L Gray.
Waterloo?J C McDaniel.
Cross Hill?W B Fuller.
Mountville?A J Smith.
Scuffletown?O P Goodwin.
Sullivan?W A Baldwin.
Dials?A C Owings.
Clinton?R P Adair.
Hopewell?J E Boyd.
Mr. Mason, of Jaoks, was unavoidably
Voting prccinots woro established at
the Watts Cotton Mill, and tho Lydia
Cotton Mill, at Clinton. Another pro
oinct was established at Laurens C. H.,
at which tho two Dumooratio Clubs will
vote?No. 1 at tho Opera llouso, und
No. 2 at tho Court Houso. This action
was deemed necessary in order to expe
dite the counting of the vote*.
Chairman G. P. Smith and U A.
Cooper were appointed a sub committee
to confer with President Lucas for the
purposo of securing tho Mineral Spring
Park for holding tho State Campaign
Tho assessments of candidates wus the
, next thing in ordor, and it was decided
to assess all candidates (except Magis
trates) as follows:
Candidates for Sheriff, each,.$5.0<>
Clerk, . 5.00
" " Auditor, " . 2..">0
" " Treasurer. 3.00
" " Supervisor. 2.">0
" " Commiss'uor. 1.00
" " Senator. 5.00
" * " Representative. 2.">o
" " Coronor,. 2.00
" " Soot. Education. 3.00
In connection with the assessment of
candidates, it was resolved that all candi
dates must pay their assessments at the
time of filing pledge, in order to have
same recognized, in accordance with the
following Rule governing tho conduct of
Rulo 8. Candidates for the Cunornl As
sembly and for County OfTlces shall lile
with tho Chairman of the County Execu
tive Committee a pledgo in writing, to abide
tho result of the primary and support the
nominees thereof. " * Provided, That
the plede of such candidate Khali be tiled
on or before 12 o'clock, meridian, of tho
day preceding the day li.xed by the Coun
ty Executive Committee or tho Stato Exec
utive Committee for the first campaign
meeting of the County or Stato respective
ly. No vote for any candidate who has
not paid his assessment nor complied with
this rule shall be counted.
Somo little discussion was indulged in
in reference to a schedule for the Town
ship meetings, and tho one accepted was
that proposed by Mr. T. R. L< Gray,
with a slight alteration, as follows:
Scuffletown, Langston Church, Tues
day, August IG.
Jacks, Sardis Church, Wednesday,
11 anter, Clinton Factory, night, Wed
nesday, August 17,
Hunter, Hopewell, Thursday, Aug. 18.
Cross Hill, Cross Hill, Friday 19.
Laurens, Laurena C. II., Monday,
Laurens, Faotory Hill, night, Monday
Waterloo, Gcorgo Moore's, Tuesday,
Sullivan, Tumbling Shoals, Wednes
day, August 24.
Dial, Dial Church, Thursday, Au
Youngs, Wallace Lodgo, Friday, Au
Tho following Resolution was offered
and adopted unanimously, by a standing
Rksoi.vkd, That it is tho sense of this
Committee, that no person who lias di
rectly or indirectly afligned himself with
the Republican party should be allowed
to participate In tho Democratic Primary
campaign or election in any way, and
this Committee hereby warn tho Demo
cratic voters of Laurens County that no
porson who has so alligucd himself by
accepting favors at the hands of the Re
publicans, or otherwise, should bo coun
tenanced in tho councils of tho Demo
It was moved that the County Chair
man oonfer with other County Chairmen
with a view to arranging meetings for
Congressional and Solicitor candidates.
It was decided to publish the names of
tho Managers later, and the sovcral Town
ship Committcemon are requested to send
to the County Chairman tho names of
tho managers for tho differont prcoinots
in their Townships by the first day of
W. T. Crews,
Chamberlain's Stomach and LWor
Tablets are just what you need when
you have no appetite, feel dull aLer
eating and wake up with a bad tasto in
your mouth. They will Improve your
appetite, eleanso and invigorate your
stomach and give you a relish for your
food. For sale by Laurens Drug Co.
Sown at the last working
of the Corn or Cotton Crop,
con bo plowed under the following
April or May in time to plant com
or other crops the same season.
Crimson Clover prevents winter
leaching of the soil, is equal in fer
tilising value to a good Application
of stable manure and will wonder
fully increase the yield and qual
ity of corn or other crops which
follow it. It also makes splendid
winter and spring grazing, fine
early green feed, or a good hay
crop. Even if the crop Is cut off,
the action of the roots and stubble
improve the land to a marked de
Write tor price and epeclal clr
c?lar telling about feeding ate.
LW,Wood& Sons, Seedsmen,
?IDHpIOMD, . VIRGINIA.
Wood'a Descriptive Pall Catalog, ready I
?boat August 1st. tells All ?bbtft F?rn? I
and Vegetable seeds for Tall plant- f
lng. Mail* 2 Ire? on reqaeet.
PROM UPPER DIALS.
Wind und Hail Storni Doos Damage
Fountain lnu, U. F. 1>. No. 1., )
Juno 27th, 1?0I. (
This section was visited by a very
heavy wind and hail storm one day
last week. Tier. were blown down
and some of them were carried twenty
yards or more. A numborof out houses
woro also blown down. The hall dam
aged cotton considerably. In tome in
stances whole fields were literally
stripped, leaving nothing but the
little stalks or stems.
A large party went from here over
to Wares Shoals on a fishing trip last
week. Those who went were, W. C.
Deck and wife, W. F Medlock, \V. A.
Medlock and wife, Misses Mndgo and
Pearl Modlock, M. F. Medlock, C. S.
M'Kelvey and sister.
Tho new church at Pisjah is noar
lng complctiou. It is expected that a
revival meeting will bo hold tl.ore this
Dr. \V. A. Medlook aud charming
wife who havo been visiting in tll'.S
section have returned to Marietta,
Ga., their liomo.
Misses Eva und LIU Simmons of
Gray Court, visited .Mr. and Mrs. G.
W. Hahb last Saturday and Sunday.
News of Madden.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace of Bry
son visited relatives here lvsL week.
H. M. Allison of Abb -. illo is visiting
ids mother Mrs. M. T. Allison
Misses Bertha Martin and Kuth
Cunningham of OllntO'l visited rela
tives and friends bore Saturday night
Dr. A. J. Christopher of Laurons has
mado sovcral profossioual visits hero,
and has made quite a pleasing Impres
Mr. C. II. ltopor conducled services
at Prospect Sunday in tho absende of
our pastor, Rov. J. I). Pitts. Ho made
us quite an interesting t ilk on missions.
Our protracted meeting begins the
fourth Saturday In July.
Miss Bessie Mooro is qtiito tick with
J U A NIT A.
Boars tho ltl(s ^ Vou 1'p.c Always Bough!
WORST OP ALL EXPERIENCES.
Can anything ho worse than to feel
that every minute will be your last?
Such was tho exporlenco of Mrs . S. II.
Nowsou, Decatur, Ala., "For three
years" sho writes, "1 endured Insufra
me pain from Indigestion, stomach and
bowel trouble. Death seemed inevita
ble when doctors and all remedies
failed. At length 1 was inducod to try
Electric Bitters and the result was
miraculous, I improved a*, once and
now I'm completely recovered." For
Liver, Kidney, Stomach and Bowel
tioubles Electr'c Bitters is the only
medicine. Only 60 cents. It's guaran
teed by Laurens Drug Co. and Pal
motto Drug Co,
"I have been troubled for some time
with indigostion and sour stomach,"
says Mrs. Sarah W. Curtis, of Loe,
Mas? , "and havo been taking Cham
berlain's Stomach aud Liver Tablets
which havo helped nie very much so
that dow I can eat many things that
before I could not " If you have any
trouble with your stomach why not
tako these tablets and get well. For
sale by Laurens Drug Co.
WRITTEN IN THE
A. C. TODD.
gA "IflndThodford's Black-Draught
WS a good medicine for liver disease.
It curoil my ton nftor ho had spent ?
$100 with doctorn. It is ?11 the med
icine 1 tako."?MRS. OAIIOLINH
MA11TIN, Parkersburg, W. Va.
If your liver docs not act reg
ularly go to your druggist and
secure n package of Tliedford's
Black-Draught and take a dose
tonight. This groat family
medicine frees the constipated
bowels, stirs up tho torpid livor
and causes n healthy secretion
Thodford's Black - Draught
will cleanse tho bowels of fin
puritios and strengthen the kid
neys. A torpid liver invites
colds, biliousness, ohilla and
fever and all manner of eick
ness and contagion. Weak kid
neys result in Bright's disease
which clnims as many victims
an consumption. A 25-cent
package of Thodford's Black
Drnuglit should always be kept
in the house.
"I ion! Thodford's Blaok
Draught for liver and kidney cona
iiIrtlntM and found nothing to ?xeel
?t."?w If.LI AM OOmfXlf, lier
Dr. Chas. A. Ellett,
Law Ban go.
CA NIM DATEN.
Announcements under this hoadlng
must bo accompanied by tho fee,
Three Dollars. Announcements to
run after the Urat Primary.]
FOR STATE SENATE.
At tho solicitation of friends I have
decided to announce myself asaoandi
dato for tho SUte Senate, subject to
tho Democratic Primary.
_F. P. MuGowan.
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
I respectfully announce niysilf as a
candidate foe tho House of Repre
sentatives, subject to tho result of tho
R. Dunk 13oyl>.
1 respoctfully announce myself a can
didate for re-election to the Hous* of
Representatives, subject to tho result
of the Democratic Primury.
W. C. iRBYt Jh.
Tho friends of A. J. ?Smith, appre
ciating his past 8orvicos in tho inter
est of tho peoplo, respectfully suggest
his name to the voters of Laurens
Coun'y as a suitable Representative
from this County to the Legislature,
i hereby announce myself as a can
didate for tho Legislature, subject to
tho Democratic vote of Laurens
j. U. Miller, m. i).
At tho solicitation of friends from
tha different parts of tho ouoty, I
respectfully announce inysolf a candi
date for tho Legislature, subject to the
rules of the Democratic Primary.
W. P. HA KLUS.
C. C. Featherstone, Esq., is hereby
announced as a candidate for House of
Representatives from Laurens County,
subject to the action of the Deino
cra ic Primary e'ectiou._
FOR clerk of court.
I hereby announco myself as a can
didate for Clerk of Court for Laurens
county. Will abide result of Democratic
T. fostbk SlMl'son.
1 hereby atmoimco myself a candi
date for Clerk of Court for Lauron3
County, subject to the res lit of the
approaching Primary Election.
C. E. GRAY,
Tho namo of John A. Franks is
hereby presented to tho Democratic
voters of Laurens county as a candi
date for Clerk of Court, subject to the
rules governing the party Primary.
l respectfully announce myself a
candidate for Clerk of Court for Lau
rons Couuty and promiso to discharge
tho bus ness of said ottloe as in tho
past, aceording to law and the host in
terests of the people. I will cheerfully
abide the result of the Democratic Pri
mary Election. Thanking all for
their past favors, I am respectfully,
John P. Bolt.
1 hereby announca mysolf a candi
date for ro-olectlon to the ollico of
County Treasurer, subject to the Dem
JOHN H. OOPEL&ND,
I hereby announce my candidacy for
re-oleetior to the ollico of Coro icr,
subject to tho rules of tho Democratic
I announco myself a candidato for
Coroner for Laurens county, subject to
the Demooratio primary and party
J. B. Coshy.
Many friends of Major M. H. Fergu
son, from every Township in tho Coun
ty, have solicited him to become a can
didato for Coronor at the Primary
Election and ho has consonted. Ho
will abide the rules and regulations of
I horoby announce my candidacy for
tho ollice of Sheriff of Laurons county.
Will abide the result of the Democratic
J. THOS. PEDEN.
Tho many friends of Bee A. Wharton
knowing his merit and qualifications
combined with his superior deteotive
turn of mind most respectfully suggest
him to tho voters of Laurens County as
a worthy and suitable candidate for tho
Sheriff's Oftice in the approaching
election, subject to tho rules of tho
Being conscious of the fact that I have
faithfully discharged the dulios ol the
Sheriff's ofllco for tho present term, to
the bent of my ability, and believing
that I have the endorsement of the ma
jority of the peole of Laurens County
to this end, I would again announce
myself a candidate for re-election, sub
ject to tho decision of tho Democratic
T. J. Duckktt.
Being solicited by friends from dif
ferent parts of County, I announce my
solf a candidato for tho ofllce of Sheriff,
at the approaching Primary Election,
and will abide the rules governing tho
B. F. BALLEW.
Tho many friends of Jas. W. lion
doraon announce him a candidate for
Sheriff, subject to the Democratic
Primary. He has served as constable
several years and as Doputy Sheriff
one tern/Tperforming the duties to the
satisfaction of tho public.
At the solicitation of friends, I an
nounco mysolf a candidate for Super
visor of Laurens county, subject to tho
ruloa of the Democratic primary.
R. P. Adair,
I respectfully announce mysolf as a
candidate for ro-olection to tho ollico of
County Supervisor for Laurens county,
subject to tho rules of the Democratic
H. B. Humbert.
I announce myself to tho Demo
cratic voters of Laurens county, a can
didate for Supervisor, subject to tho
Democratic primary and party rulos.
James S. Drummond,
I hereby announce mysolf a candi
dato for ro-cleetion for Magistrate of
Laurens Township, s-abject to tho Dem
John M. Hudoens.
W, Y. Royd, Esq., is horoby an
nounced as a candidate for Magistrate
for Laurens Township, subject to tho
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
I hereby announce mysolf a candi
dato for County Commissioner, sub
ject, to the Democratic primary.
Joe E. B. Roberts,
I respectfully announco myaelf for
re election to the oIllceDf County Com
missioner for Laurens County, subject
to the notion of tho Democratic pri
I respectfully announce myself a can
didato for tho oflloe of County Com
missioner, subject to tho Democratic
W C. Duck.
George O. Hopkins is hereby an
nounced as a candidato for County
Commissioner, subject, to the result of
tho Demooratio Primary.
I horoby announce myself a cindi
dato for the ollice of County Commis
sioner, subjeotto the action of tho Dem
ocratic Primary. O. Clate Cox.
FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER,
I hereby announco mvao'.. as a candi
date for tho ofllce of Railroad Commis
sioner, subject to tho State Demooratio
John h. Eablk,
Greenville, S. 0.
FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT
I respectfully announce myeclf a can
didate for re-election to the offloe of
County Superintendent of Education,
subject to the rules governing the
Charles F. Brooks.
I respectfully anuounce myself a can
didate for the ofllce of County Auditor,
subject to the Demooratio primary.
I respectfully announoe myself a can
didate for re-election to the office of
County Auditor, subject to the Demo
C. A. Power
TRIUMPHS OF MODERN |SUR
Wonderful things are don for tho
human body by surgery. Organs aro
i ?km out anil scraped and polished
and put back, or they may bo removed
entirely; bones are spliced; pipes take
tite place of diseased sections of veins;
antiseptic dressings are applied to
wounds, bruises, burns and like inju
ries before inflammation sets in, which
causos them to heal without matura
tion and in one-third the time required
by the old treatment. Chamberlain's
I'ain Balm acts on this samo principle.
It is an antiseptic and when applied to
such injuries, causes thorn to heal very
quickly. It also allays the pain and
sorcner-s. Keep a bottlo of Pain Balm
In your home and It will save you time
and money, not to mention the Incon
venience. For sale by Laurens Drug
Boara the _/} 1,18 K'"0" Yotl H.1v0 Always Rauf.U
l ho Kind Yon Haw Always
You may have nice fea
tures, a nice complexion,
but nice white teeth count
for more than either.
Take good care of them.
Don't scour them with
everything from coal ashes
to charcoal. Save the
enamel. We've an antisep
tic Tooth Powder which
contains not one atom that
will tend to injure the
On the other hand, if
used daily it keeps the
teeth snowy white, the
breath sweet and pure,
leaves a pleasant taste in
the mouth, and has a ten
dency to prevent teeth from
Dodson's Drug Store.
Thousands of people afflicted
with this hideously disfiguring dis
ease are daily suffering the most
excruciating mental anguish, be
lieving they are doomed to carry
its awful scaling blotches until
death relieves them. The medical
profession, and the greatest skin
specialista of the world have always
considered the disease as absolutely
Now positively curod by that won
derful medicament known as
MR. W. 13. JKNNISON. of tho National
Express Co., Chicago, HI., Buffered the
horrible and agonizing tortures of this dis
ease for more than twenty years. The
best skin specialists of Chicago, New York
and Philadelphia pronounced his case as
incurable* The terrible blotches of tins
disease had covered his face, head, hands
and entire body. His appearance was so
repulsive that he had not been able to at
tend any social or public gathering for
years. Mr. David Robinson, head clork of
the Peojde's Drug Store, in Chicago, who
had cured himself of a bad case of Psoriasis
of ten years standing, with the D. D. D.
Remedy, prevailed upon him to try this
preparation. Mr. Jenuison, speaking of
Ins treatment with this marvelous medicine
says: ? "I commenced tho use of the D. D.
D* Remedy, and during thq first two
months I saw little, if any improvement,
but was porsaaded by Mr. Robinson to
continue its use. I pcrsevored in using the
remedy, and I now devoutly thank God
that I did. For the first timo in twenty
years I am free from the awful, scaling
blotches of this terrible disease. Once
more I am free from tho Ixmdago of these
tormonts of hell, and can again make a
presentable appearance before my fellow
men. I earnestly beg every sufferer from
a disease of tho skin to immediately begin
treatment with tho D. O D. Remedy. Use
it peryevcro with it?stick to it -and you
will find that it will cure you. Specialists
said I had the worst case ever recorded. I
know that what cured me will cure anyone."
We unhesitatingly give this rem
edy our highest endorsement. The
marvelous and effective work; the
wond' rful cures it is making in
this community are simply aston
* For sale by
Laurens, Drug Co.
College of Charleston,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Entranco examinations will be held
at the County Court House on Friday
July 8th, at 0 a. m. One scholarship
giving free tuition is assigned to each
county of South Carolina. Board and
furnished room in tho Dormitory, 110 a
month. All candidates for admission
aro pormltted to compete for vacant
Boyco Scholarships which pay $100 a
yoar. For further Information and
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THE HUB. THE HIB.
The Hub has seldom presented a busier appearance
than during the second week of Special Reduction Sale of
Our store was constantly thronged with eager shoppers
whose appreciation was attested by their liberal purchases.
Yet there are, no doubt, many who have been unable to take
advantage of this floney=saving opportunity. Therefore we
have decided to continue the sale One Week longer, or, until
THURSDAY, JULY 7TH.
Come this last week of the sale expecting just as great
bargains as ever offered during the first week. Whenever a
lot has been closed out its place has been supplied by some
thing just as good or better.
Lot Figured Batiste, all desirable patterns,
worth 10 cts, 12 A cts and 15 cts, this sale, 8 /iC,
I/Ot Figured Madras, yard wide, worth 15c, yon
can have for lOc.
Lot yard-wide Percale, desirable patterns, fast
colors, worth 10 and I2j4c, yours for 8c.
Lot Figured L/awns, worth up to 10 cents
L,ol colored Madras, just the thing for Boys Waists,
worth ioc, gel what you want for 7c.
Ljadies' Bleached Vests, taped neck and sleeve ,
?Special values in 40-inch India Linen?you can't
match it lOc.
Ladies' 3 and 5 strap Sandal, in viei or p.ileut
leathers, former price $2.50, $1 .98.
Misses 3-strap Patent Leather, size [3 to 2, worth
#1.50, now $1.25,
Lot elegant silk Parasols, in white, black and colors, at
less than wholesale cost.
Sale will continue until JULY 7th.
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Scholarships & Entrance
The examination for the award of
vacant scholarships in Winthrop Col
logo and for tho admission of new stu
dents will bo held at the Countv Court J
Houso on Friday, July 8th, at !? A. M. 1
Applicants must not he less than fifteen
years of ago. Whon scholarships arc
vacated after July 8, thoy will bo
awarded to those making tho highest
ayerage at this examination.
Scholarships are wor .h $100 and tree
tuition. The next session will open
Septembor 21, 1904. For further infor
maiion and catalogue address
PRESIDEN r 1). B. JOUNSt >X,
Rock Hill, S. C.
W. C. IRBY, Jr.,
Attorney at Law,
THE PRETTY GIRL
Is fond of pretty jewels .
The sensible man looks
for the establishment
where he can get the best
Jewelry for the least
Our Jewelry is the best,
it is new? new in manu
facture and new in de
sign. It won't cost a cent
to look at what we have.
N. B. Dial,. A. 0. Tonn.
DIAL & TODD,
Attorneys and Coun
sellors at Law.
Enterprise Bank and Todd Olli ce Build
Laurbns, S. O.
J. N. LEAK,
Offers his services to the peo
ple of Laurons County.
R P. MILAM & 00.
Your stock and poultry need dosing. Now is the time, pro
vided you use the International Stock Food Company's Products'
None better on the market. Here are some of them and the prices:
International Stock Food.25c and 50c.
Silver Pine Mealing Oil.25c
Now, we will give with every 100 pound purchase a premium
of 16 pounds of any of the above products ; and a 25-cts package
with every 25 lbs. purchase. This is your opportunity ; A small
investment may prove a profitable one.
UNDERTAK ERS' TOCK
Our Undertakers' Slock as usual is complete. We carry
everything from the cheapest Coffin to the best
(VI ETALIC CASES.
First-class Hearse when wanted. At night or Sunday 'Phone
H. M. Wright or R. P. Milam at their residences.
R. P. MILAM & CO.,
LAURKNS, S. C.
THREE PAPERS EACH WEEK
For ONE Dollar.
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THE REPUBLIC is the Great Democratic Paper of St. Louis.
The World's Fair is soon to open in St. Louis. The
National Democratic Convention meets in St.
Louis this year.
Each Week an Agricultural (4) Page ?Supplement is Sent Out
with The Republic.
All this goes to new subscribers to The advertiser, including
The Advertiser, for $1.00 a year, and to old subscribers
to The Advertiser who pay up one full 12
months in advance from date.
This is Campaign Year in I ?aureus.
YOU Ought to take your County Paper.
Would you live in a county without a paper? Then at least pay
a dollar a year and take one with The St. Louis
Republic thrown in.
P.S. The Advertiser, The News and Courier and The
Republic one year for $1.50.