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The DIXIE CLOTHING an
Sells it for Less
Our store is now filled up to the neck and more goods coming in every day. We have come to your town to
do business, and if good goods and low prices is any inducement to you we know you will trade
with us, so Friday, September 9th, we are going to have a special day.
SPECIAL DAY Friday, September the 9th
Our reason for this is that on Saturday our store will be closed up on account of holiday, so we will hold Friday, September 9th a Special Sales day.
Our prices will open your eyes, and down all competitors. We want you to call on us and see what we are showing. Your dollar will stretch like rubber. Look over
these prices and compare them with others. If we are not cheaper in price and better in quality don't buy it is all we ask. If any article you buy of us is not satisfactory re
turn it; we have come to your town to do a straight, honest business with you, and we want your business. Why pay more elsewhere when the same can be bought here
for less money.
All we want is for the
ladies of Laurens to come
in and see what we are
showing ? the prettiest
to be had. You will find
it here. Prices to down
all competitors, which we
These goods are right from
the mills ? no old stock.
Why buy old stock when
you can get new goods
here and cheaper?
The Dixie Sells it for
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER THE 9th SPECIAL.
Simpson Calicoes, yd.4 c
Simpson Prints, yd.4c
5 cents kind, per yd ...3c
8 cents kind, per yd 4 l-2c
10 cents kind, per yd 5 1-2c
5 cents kind, per yd.4c
7 cents kind, per yd.5 c
10 cents kind, per yd.6c
5 cents kind, per yd.4c
7 cents kind, per yd.5c
10 cents kind, per yd 6 l-2c
5 cents kind, per yd 3 l-2c
6 cents kind, per yd 4 1-2c
10 cents kind, per yd 6c
10c Gray Hose.5c
10c Gray half hose.5c
10c Black hose .5c
10c Black half hose.5c
10c Misses Hose 5 to 9 5c
10 balls for.5c
10c collars. .5c
10c to 12 l-2c percales 8c
Fleeced lined, in 10 different
colors the 15c kind at 7 l-2c
35c kind. 20c
25c kind.12 l-2c
Fancy Table Cloths
25c kind, per yd.15c
Fruit of the Loom bleach
ing 10c all over the world,
our price 8c per yd.
same as Fruit of the Loom,
our price 8c per yd.
(Jome in and see our Shoes.
Our shoes makes your fee4
glad. We warrant every
pair of our shoes to be as we
represent them, or your
money back. Come in and
let us talk shoes with you, it
costs nothing. When in
town make our place your
This is our strongest
department. This is
where your dollar stretch
es like rubber. Our men's
and boys' Clothing is the
prettiest to be had and is
bought by a man who has
been in the business 20
We guarantee you that
we will sell you Clothing
or anything in our store
cheaper than you can buy
it etagwhere. We want
your business. And if you
care to save money don't
fail to visit us.
THE DIXIE CLOTHING AND SHOE STORE
L. A. McCord Building, Between Kennedy Bros', store and T. N. Barksdale's Store.
i Now See This $
You have always known that I kept an
up-to-date line of Groceries, but I wish you
to know just how fresh and nice they are.
Now I contend that the man who appre
ciates your business is making efforts to
increase the value of the service he gives,
and as I buy new lots of goods I do so
with the determination to climb higher
still in the scale of supplying everything
that is fit for you to eat. My motto is:
"Satisfaction in every Transaction."
I appreciate my every customer, large
or small, and I do not believe that another
concern in the county keeps the stock as I
do. I want your business, and if you are
ne of my customers now you know that
' e above statements are true; but if you
e not one of my customers, become one
d I will convince you of the reliability of
very claim that I make.
S. Bennett I
Telephone No 32.
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New Fall Goods
The thin flimsy fabric must soon givetrtace for
one of heavier texture and preparations
are now in order for the change
Dress Goods for Fall and Winter wear
are shown in great variety in the northern
markets. While many weaves are shown
Dame Fashion gives Broadcloth the prefer
ence, and has decided Brown to be the
A handsome line of fancy Silks for waist
ings and black Taffeta for skirtings just
Special care is always taken in the se
lection of Black Goods; in this department
will always be found choice reliable
Table Linen, Hosiery and Underwear
and all other stocks are well represented
in lowest market values.
Your Inspection is cordially solicited at
IW. G. WILSON & CO.
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AMONti OUR FRIENDS.
Mrs. T. II. Nelson and Miss Clara
Switzor of The Hub returned last week
from a trip to Baltimore and Philadel
Mr. lt. W. Willis is building a hand
some cottage on Soith Hurper Street.
J. D. Watts luv3 returned from the
mountains. His family is at Saluda.
?T. A . Copeland h making great im
provement on his Main Street resi
Mrs. ltobort Stewart and daughter,
Miss Mamie Stowart of Charleston
were in the city the past week, visit
ing Mrs. Manson Greor.
Miss Rosalie Burton returns lo Ches
ter this week, where slio will again
teach In the Graded Schools.
MissBeulah Balle returned Thurs
day from a visit to her sister, Mrs. A.
P. Harris, of Norwood, N. 0.
Naval Cadet Haskell Dial of Annapo
lis, Md., arrifed In tho city Thursday
to *pond hffl vacation at home.
Kobtrt McDaniel of Duo West was
in the city Friday and paid Tin-; Ad
vkktiskr a pleasant call.
Mr?. T. E. Tedd visited at Ncwberry
from Friday until Monday.
Miss Martha Johnstono, who has
been visiting relatlvos in tho city re
turned to Ncwborry Friday.
Mcss.s. Arthur and Milton Taylor
were in town from Brince'.on Satur
Mist Lola Willis of Ha?ley, Mis8os
Maud and Mabel Bummorell of Clinton
and Mrs. M. T. Willis of Uroonville, have
been the guests the past week of Mr.
and Mrs. R. W. Willis.
Messrs. R. K. Taylor and Warren
Cheek of Princoton wero in the city
Mrs. T. F. Simpson has returned
from Augusta, whore she lias been at
the bedside of Miss Annie Anderson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. An
derson, who has been vory 111.
Mr. Robert Davis, Cashier of the
Dank of Fountain Inn, was in tho city
Thursday, returning from a visit to
Mrs. H. L Crisp of Cross Hill is vis
iting her daughter', Mrs. C. L. and F.
L. McDonald of this city.
Mr. Henry T. Ferguson of rtpartan
burg was In town .Saturday.
Mr. It. W. Nash, county Mipor.ntcn
dent of education-elect was In tho city
John Hunter of Cole Point was In
Miss Maud Nash of F.deu spent Sat
urday In the city.
Miss Olivia Ingram, who was the
popular milliner at Davip, Roper &
Co., last season, arrived in tho city
last Fr day and is again in chargo of
P. B. Mattin of Youngs was in tho
Mrs. R. I*. Milam and children have
returned from u visit to relatives at
Strothor, Fairfield county.
Miss Josephine McSwain, who has
been pursuing a special course in
French in Pari*?, this summer, arrivod
In New York Monday on her return
and is expected ut Cross Hill, her
home, to-day or to-morrow. Next
Tuesday she goes to Dalton, Ga., to
take the chair of French at Agnes
Scott Institute, a position to which
she was olected several months ago.
Mrs. John C. Stone is spending some
time with her daughtor, Mrs. T. .1.
Brown of Nowbcrry.
The following is the result of the
Primary F.loction hold in Laurons
County, on August UOth, li)0l, as tabu
lated fand heroby declared by tho
County Kxecutiyo Committee, showing
tho following persons nominated:
Stato Senator?F. P. McGowan.
House of Representatives?J. H. Mil
ler, W. C. Irby, jr., R. Dunk Boyd.
Clerk of Court?John F. Bolt.
County Supt. Education ? It. W.
Treasurer?J. H. Copeland.
Auditor?C. A. Power.
A. C. OWINGS,
Chm'n pro tem Go. Ex. Com.
There bolng no nomination for tho
ofllces of Sheriff, Supervisor, Commis
sioners and Coroner, a second Pri
mary is hereby ordeied to be held on
Tuesday, September 13th, 1HU4, for
said ofllces, to bo competed for tho by
For ShorifT ? T. J. Duokett end J.
For County Kupervl or?II. B, Hum
bert and J. S. Drummond.
For County Commissioners?.loo Ku
gone B. Hoberls, W. F. Bailey, Messer
Babb and W. C. Book.
For Coronor?It, 0. Hairston and
W. D. Watts.
Bulcs observod in tho 11 rat Primary
will bo adhored to in the second Pri
mnry and the samo Managors will act
as in previous election. Gall at Court
House for Boxos and Tickets.
A. ?. OWINGS,
Chm'n pro torn Co. Kx. Com.
A Successful Kevlvlal.
Bey. I. EEi McDavld, paRtor of tho
Prlncoton Baptist Church, assisted by
Uov. J. T. Taylor, conducted a most
Interesting and vory successful pro
tracted meotlng which began Munday
August 21st and continued ton days.
Nineteen members were rccoived Into
the Church, seventeen of whom re
ceived the ordinanco of baptism last
I thank tho Domocratio voters of
I.anrons County for their vory Mboral
support at tho primary elections of
August Mth and sh*ll over appreciate
DYSPEPSIA CURED FREE!
Wanted! 100 Genuine Cases of Chronic Dyspepsia,
Who will each receive, free of Charge, a regular bottle of
the VS. GROVFR GRAHAM REMEDY for
The Grover Graham Dyspepsia Remedy is sold under a positive
guarantee that it will cure Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Gastritis or any
form of stomach disorder, no matter how chronic or severe. The
very first dose removes all distress, tones the weak stomach, pre- ?
vents fermentation.and restores digestion. Every nerve and liber
of the body depends upon the stomach for its support. When di
gestion ceases a slow form of starvation begins, and the vital or
gans, deprived of their subsistance, become debilitated. Good di
gestion is essential to health, proper assimilation of nourishment
means pure, rich blood, strong nerves, sound sleep and makes rffe
worth living. The most chronic case of stomach disorder is imme
diately corrected by our remedy.
Write for Lecture on Dyspepsia, free, S. Grover Graham Co.,
Newburgh, N. Y.
Remember! The Grover Graham Dyspepsia Remedy is Guar
anteed to cure, and in evidence of the desire of the proprietors to
convince the public of the wonderful remedial properties possessed
by this preparation, they have made arrangements to distribute,
FREE Ol4" CHARGE, loo of the regular bottles to genuine cases.
Cut out this advertisement and present at the druggists mentioned
LAURENS DRUG CO.
LAURENS. S. O.
THE CLYDE STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Charleston, S. C, and
New York and Boston, Mass.
Tho Favorite Route
Between the South and North.
Only Au, Water L/iNR Without ChangR.
Three or more sailings weekly in either direction.
Every convenience known to modern ocean travel. Un
surpassed accommodations fur first-class and steerage
passengers. Close connections with a!! railroads and steam
boat lines out of New York. Most accessible and con
venient route for travelers to all New England, Northern
and interior points.
THKO. G. BQER, G. M.
Wm. P.ClYOS&'C')., GenM AgtS. loStite St., New Y.rk
F, M. IuoNMONtiicu, Jr., A. G. I'. A., Jacksonville, L?Ta
M. B. Uu rcmxso.v, I). K. Si P. A. Charlesto i, .S. C
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RDWIN iMcNI-ll. POTBAT,
Contvsonleadioff to the dogroes o( llachelorof Ar\,i A.) and Master of
Arts (M A.)
Library, Heading Room, I laboratories. Large and Oom for table normiiorl-s.
Expenses reduced to a Minimum.
Next session begins Sept. 14. For rooms apply fo Prof. H. T, Cook. Vor
Cata'oguo or Information, addross, The Secretary of tho Faculty.
WE ARE LOOKING *
FOR YOUR ORDERS '
OLUMBIA LUMBER ? MFC CO
COLUMBIA S C
R. P. MILAM & CO.
\our 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. Hero are some of them and the prices:
International Stock Food.25c and 50c.
Silver Pine Healing Oil.25c
. Now, we will give withe rery 100 pound purchase a premium
of 16 pounds of any of the above orodaccb ; and a 25-cts package
with every 25 lbs. purchase. This is youi opportunity ; A small
investment may prove a profitable one.
Our Undertakers' ?Stock as usual is complete. We carry
everything from the cheapest Coffin to the best
First-class Hearse win 11 wanted. At night or Sunday 'Phone
II. M. Wright or R. P. Milam at their residences.
R. P. MILAM & CO.,
LAUKKNS, S. C.
Shingles at a Bargain
We have just received three car loads of
Shingles and offer them, while they last,
at the following low prices. t?5t ? A
$2.00 grade at $1.50 per 1000
2.50 grade at 2.00 per 1O00
2.75 grade at 2.25 per 1000
3.00 grade at 2.50 per 1000
No. 1 Cyprus Shingles
at 3.25 per.1000
THESE FOR CASH
Laurens - - South Carolina
The selection of good seed is very importont. We give
special attention to this as well as to other departments of
our business. We can (ill your orders for Seed Wheat,
Oats, Barley, Rye, Vetch, Clover, Lucerne, Rape, Tur
nip and all kinds of good Garden Seeds.
WE ARE ANXIOUS TO SELL YOU.
BAirV EASE-tho world's bosf. baby
medicine-is a prompt, safe, pure und harm
los? remedy for all sorts of stomach i\nd bowel
troubles of babies and children. Keep it al
ways on hand-you can rely upi>n It.
At all goo eft druff Moron, 25c.
Manufactured by LAIvy l?\ft*R CO., Maon. ua.