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fHE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND:
DAVIS, ROPER & CO'S.
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.Thursday, September 29.....
We have so many things to show you that it is to your interest to make your purchases from us. We buy many of our goods direct
and in case lots, and are able by buying in quantities to offer many things at the same price for which retailers, not being able to buy in
case lots, have to pay for them. Don't worry yourself down by shopping around, but come direct to LAURENS' GREATEST STORE, and
you can rest assured that you will get the best that is to be had at the prices that you expect to pay for your goods. We know values, and
we have a right to know them, because it is our daily study. We try to give value received for every penny spent in our store. First, as
honest merchants, we cannot afford to do otherwise. Second, because it is policy to give you values that will induce you to come to us 3?T
Great Values in Our
Dry Goods Department.
Fifty pieces Androscoggin Bleaching, while it lasts, only.7 1-2C
Twenty-five pieces of Calico, while it lasts. 3c
36-itich Sea Island, regular 7 cents value, to go at. 5c
Extra heavy light colored Outing, regular price 10c, our price
as long as they last. 8c
All-wool red Flannel, special value. 15c
A beautiful line of Wool Waisting, can't be matched at. 25c
Extra Heavy 27-inch Checked Homespun, only. -6c
We sell regular 35c Jeans, all-wool filling, you can't match it... 25c
If you see our Broadcloth in black and all the popular colors,
you will see tlnr best on the market a' .$1.00
When you think of buying a Black Skirt or Dress, think of
us. We have a 'eat assortment. Prices from 10c to.$1.50
Ask to see our $1.00 6-inch Taffeta Silk. You can't match
it for less than (.25.
If you waht a Jacket ' is season, we are the people who can
please you. We have the greatest line of values in
Ladies' and Misses' Jackets ever brought to this market.
Prices from $2 up to $15. Our sterling value Jacket is
a beauty at.$ 5.00
Genuine Dickey Kerscya>? gray, brown, mixed colors?the
best wearing goods made for the farm, at. 50c
Our Clothing: and Gent's Furnishing*
Department is full to overflowing with values that will please. Our $12,
13.50,15, 16.50, 17.50 and $20 suits are perfect specimens of the tailoring
art?an indescribable something that stamps them as perfection in dress.
Your money back if not true. There is a perfect finish and durableness
about our $5, 6.50, 7.50, 8.50 and $10 suits that can't be matched anywhere
for these prices. You can't do better than try one of them.
Shoes, Hats and Furnishing^.
Here you get the pick of all the latest things. No young man ought to consider himself
well dressed unless he has one of our latest Hats and his feet shod with a pair of our unmatcha
ble SHOES. We have both in all styles, 1.50 to 5 dollars.
Our Children's Clothing:
Always wears and gives satisfaction. Suits from,75 cents to $6.00.
Our Hosiery, Neckwear, Shirts and Underwear
Are all that money and brains can make them, and we know that we put as much of these ingre
dients in as can be put in for the price.
Prices that Cannot be
Beaten by Anybody.
Don't you find it hard to get the kind of Hose that you want
for your children? We have them?the kind that will
wear. Ask for the Black Cat, and you will get what
you have been looking for.
We have the best Skirt you ever saw, at.$ i.oo
What about your WINTER HAT ? We can please you
and our prices are right. We can make as cheap a hat
as you want, or as fine. Our STYLES are absolutely
CORRECT and our PRI.CES arc RIGHT.
Men's Best Mixed Work Socks, worth 8 and ioc, only. Sc
Men's Suspenders, ioc, 15c, 19c, 25c and. 50c
Men's Work Shirts, the durable kind, 25 and. 50c
Men's Wool Overshirts, splendid quality, $1.00 and. 1.25
Men's Overalls and Jeans Pants?none better for the price.
We have the best Shoes for $1.00, 1.25 and 1.50 for working
men that money can buy..\.
Don't forget to ask to see some ODD LOTS of HATS, worth
$1.50 to 3.00?just to close at 75c to. 1.50
Why buy shoddy Clothing, Shoes, Hats, etc., when you are
assured of the BEST at the LOWEST PRICES. We
do this?money back if not true.
Look to your interest by coming to LAURENS GREATEST STORE. Make it your trading place. Get in the habit of coming to see
and you will find that what you buy will be just as represented.
Laurens' Greatest Store
DAVIS, ROPER & CO.
= - Laurens, S. C.
Don't Worry About Cooking
Try my Bakery Products.
Saves lots of trouble and
worry, and are delicious.
Rolls, Loaves, Cakes, Lady Fingers, Kiss
Cakes, Jelly Rolls, Sponge Cake, Tarts,
and a number of other dainties. Cheap
as you can bake them, and better * * ^
J. S. BENNETT.
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New Fall Goods
x? The thin flimsy fabric must soon give place for
$r one of heavier texture and preparations
5f? 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
v ence, v and has decided Brown to be the
A handsome line of fancy Silks for wait
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
$W. Q. WILSON & CO. I
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Jg AMONG OUR FRIENDS. g
Thi Advortiser gives you all tlio
eounty news. Ii that worth il.CO to
you . Then send us tho money.
Among those who attended the
Fairview Stock Show last Friday wore
Wells Clardy, John an l Willie Swiizor,
Adolphus Owlngs, J. H. Sprouse,
Watt Robertson, Clyde Ray. Ford Ro
Gibhon Traynham has accepted a
position with the Jas. L. Tapp Com
Tho Luirens Advertiser -$1.00 a year
in advance. Are you in arrears? Look
on tho label.
Col. P P. McGo van and Robt. L.
Walker attended the funeral of Mr. H.
A. Cooper at Union Church Saturday
atterroon and then drove to Cross Hill, I
whoro^they spent Sunday.
Mlsi Graco Simmons goes lo Colum
bia today to be present at tho opening
of the Columbia Pomale College to
Pay your subscription to The Adver
tiser, don't wait for a statement, the
label will show you.
Rev. Robert Adams, who has boon
sp.^ndinpr the past few weeks on Paris
Mountain expects to return homo
Fridiy and wit! hold communion ser
vices at tho First Presbyterian Church,
Sunday morning, Oct. 2nd.
Miss Mazie Llttlo of LiurenB is the
charming young saleswoman with M.
S. Bailey it Bons.?Clinton Oa/.ette.
Miss Ella Boll Copeland roturncd to
Chicora College Thursday.
Hev. Jodie A. Martin and fion Master
Luther Martiu of Cross Hill were in
Miss Lucy Clardy has gono to Kaslcy
to visit the family of Mrs. A. B. Kay.
Dr. J. L, Fennoll of Waterloo was in
the city Thursday.
Miss Ollntha Jones roturmd to tho
Presbylorlan College for Women, Co
The New Discovery Modicino Com
pany of Liurons has recolvod a com
mission from the Secretary of State.
The corporators aro A, K Hill, John
A. Mnddcn and Thos J. Duckett. They
will make a-d toll. Capital stock,
Nearly 700 young men have matricu
lated at Clemson College for this ses
sion, And many had to be turned away.
Rev. J. T. Taylor of Waros Shoils
stopped over in Laurens Sunday and
Monday on his way to the Baptist As
sociation at i anford. Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock and in the evening at 8
he preached at the Second Baptist
Church, delivering two excellent sor
M. A. I.eaman of Cross Hill was in
In town Monday.
W. E. Nash of Clinton was a visitor
to the city Monday.
CIRCUIT JUDGES TO HE ELECTED.
Aspirants for Judgo of ihe Seventh mid
At tho next session of tho logislaturo
two judges Will be o'octed. Already a
Dumber of proaiicoot attorneys aro be
ing discussed in connection with the
judgeship of this, the soventh circuit,
amonp thoin Senator elect F. P. Mc
Gowan of ihis city. Others promi
nently mentioned for tho place are
D. E. Hydrick and tho Hol. C. P. Sau
ders of Sp.irtanburg. it has not been
stated whether Judge Townsend will
stand for reelection but t ho presumpsion
is that ho will In the Fifth tho term
of Judge Earnest Gary also expires this
year. So far no announcement of Judge
Gary'd candidacy to succeod himsolf
h is been undo and no other po^bible
aspirants for tho place have beon men
CURED OP LAME BACK AFTER 10
YEARS OF SUFFERING."
"i had boon troubled with lamo back
for fifteen years and I found a complete
recovery in the use of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm," Bays John O. Jiishor, Gil
lam, Ind. This linimnnt is also with
out an equal for sprai'is und bruises.
It is for calo by the Liuion* Drug Co.
and Dr. B. F. Posey.
NlghT School at the Mill.
A nljfht school has been opened at
the Laurens Cotton Mills with Mr. G.
I P. Smith and Dr. Isadoro Schayer as
instructors. Tho sessions are opon two
, hours each school night. This school
like the day school is maintained by
j the mill management and Is open to
men and boys who desire to avail
themselves of this opportunity.
THREE JURORS CURED.
Of Cholera Morbus With Ono Small
Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
G. W. Fowlor of Hightower, Ala.,
relates an experience ho had while
serving on a petit jury In a murder case
at Edwardsville, county seat of Cle
bourne oounty, Alabama. He says:
Whilo there I ate some fresh moat and
it grtvo mo cholera morbus In a very
severe form. I was no vor more sick in
my life and sont to the drug store for a
certain cholera mixture, but the drug
gist s >nt me a bottlo of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhooa Remedy
ins'oad, saying that ho had what I sent
for, but that this medicine was so much
bettor bo would rathor sond it to me in
the tix I was in. I tor ono dose of it
and was better in live minutes. The
second dose cured mo entirely. Two
follow jurors wore aflP.ctcd In tho samo
manner and ono small bottle cured tho
three of us. For sale by the Laurens
Drug Co. and Dr. B. F. Posey.
Card of Thanks.
Mr Editor: Please permit me
li i im 'li the columns of your papor to
exprc6B my sincere and heart-felt
thinks to my neighbors and friends
for their liberal contributions given
me to re-place my cattle that was
killed by lightning tome weeks ago
May God in his wi and tender
mercy shower blesnn upon those
who have given a holplt.., hand in this
hour of need.
J. H. Hipp,
Alma, S. O.
Tribute or ltcspect?
Whereas, Gotl in His allwiss Provi.
donco has soun He to remove from
Earth to Heaven, Uro. W. A. Cheek,
who ti 1 cl on 'lie morning of Aug ist(
17 ii, 1904. Wo, tho members of the
Princeton Baptist Ohuroh, d islre in
tlic most esrtiest way to oxpro-s our
sense of loss incurred iu tho death <f
our beloved br. thor. Our Church has
lost a faithful member and tbo com
munity a sympathizing frieud. There
fore be it ?
U'SoivoJ 1st: Tiiat in the doath of
Uro her Check, wo foel that wo havo
los1; a true brother and the o.utse of
Christ an earnest support, r.
2nd: That while wo mourn his los-,
\fo bow in humb.'e submission to the
will of our Heavenly Father, who
doeth all thin,;- woll, to them that
3rd: That a oafco in our minute bock
be inscribed to his memory,
4ih: That a copy of these resolutions
ho soot the family of our deceased
brother and to the Hap.bit Courier
and county papers for publication.
Dono by order in Cjjuroh Confer
R?.v. I. B. MoDavId,
Jus II. Machon, C. 0.
J. T. Machen,
W. ll. Bagwell,
.1. W. Taylor,
A special mnoting of the stockhold
ers of the "Formers Oil Mill Co." is
hereby called to meot in tho offices of
the company at Lanf >rd, S. C. on Mon
day, Octobor 17tll| 1001, at :\ o'olook 1?.
M , to voto on tho question of increas
ing tho capital stock of said company
from $12,003.00 to $l.r),000.03.
By order of tho directors.
J. m. Fleming,
i'ros. Sec. and Troas.
CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH RR VIE
DY AIDS NATURE.
Medicines that aids nature are al
ways most oiTectual. Chamberlain's
Cough Remody nets on this plan. II.
allays tho cough, rollovea tho lungs,
aids expeetoration, opens tho score
tions, and aids nature in restoring tho
system to u healthy condition. Sold by
Laurous Drug Co. and Dr. 15. V. I'osey.
MADDEN, Sept. 27.?Tho Madden
Ginnery is now running full time. Col.
J. D. M. Shaw has sold bis interest to
J. A. Wotford.
We hope to bo ablo to boast this sen
son of one of tho host cotton seed
markets in tho ccuniv.
Mastors Richard Dunlap of Mount*
vlllo and Ben Mnrtln ol Olinton are
staying with their grand-mothers, Mr?.
Hudgons and Mrs. Allison and attend
ing the Now Proappct High School
Miss Susio L?ngsten is visiting hor
aunt, Mrs. A. E. Madden, near Mllam
Mrs. John R, Flnley visited Clinton
?*---.:!... ^ lha Kind You Have Always
A (?ratid Opening.
Tremendous q utntltiof of goods are
siiii pouring in for Davis, Roper & (Jo.,
but tli ?y going to ba quite ready for
tb ill grand Fall Opaning on Thursday
the 20.h. Tholr big ad. in today's pa
per te'Is what to expeot and your past
expari noo will tell you lhati you will
llrul what they claim,
T11 ANKIf?L PEOPLE.
They aro Found in Every
Part oi* Laurens.
Many citizens of Laurens 'nave good
reason to be thankful for burdens lifted
from aching backs, which thoy bjro
pationtly for years. Scores tell about
tholr experience publicly. Here's a
case of it:
VV. M. Starms, employed in Ihn mill,
Hvlog on Factory Hill, says: "Doin's
Kidney I Mils aro a groat medicine and
did me more good than anything else 1
over used. My back wa* ailing fo- a
good long ppell, and sometimes it was
>o bad that I was entirely laid up. I
could scarcely go' my clothes on, my
buck was v> weak and the kidney so
orotton8 wore ;<11 out of shape, looked
like !>*?>'>:! and on standing looked just
like liver. The two frequent ncil>n
whs greatly annoying especially at
night when my rest was greatly dis
turbed. Among all the things I tried
no'hing did mo any gOO'.l. I RttW an nd
vert'soment about Doan's Kidney Pills
and wont to tho Pa'met to Drug Co.'s
Rtore and got a box. Thoy aro the host
mediolno I over u*ed and did mo good
tho first night I Ufod them. Since tak
ing tho pills my backache left mo, the
kidnoy secretions aro all right ami do
not disturb in ? at all. They are a good
remedy and I will give them a good
WOrd to anyone who asks ino."
Pur salo by a'l dealers. Price 50 OtS.
Foster-Mil burn Co., Buffalo, N. Y?
sole b gen Is for the United states.
R member the name?Djan's?nod
tako no other.
Card ol Thanks.
Mr. Editor: Permit mo, through
your columns, to express my thanks to
the citizens of Laurens County for
their kind consideration in ro-cloctinn
mo to tho ofllec of County Supervisor.
11 shsil h ) my endeavor to administer
the affairs of bhe office in such a man?
nor us to promote the public, good.
II. B. UUMDERT.
A Wonderful Saying.
Tim largest Mothodist Church in
Georgia, calculated to use over o te
hundred gallons of tho usual kin I of
mixed paint In painting tholr church,
Thoy vi-cd only :!- gallon;) of the
Longman >v Marl uoa Paint mixed
With 2*1 gallons of llnsoed Oil. Actual
oost of paint made was loss than $1.20
Saved over eighty ($S0.00) dollars in
paint, and got, a big donation besides,
EVERY CHURCH will be given a
libaral quantity whonover thoy paint.
Many houses aro woil painted with
four gallons of L. vV: M. and threo gal
lons of linseod oil mixed therewith,
Wears and covers liko gold.
These Celebrated Paints aro Bold by
W. L? Boyd, Laurens, s. (!.
Clinton Pharmacy, Clinton, S. C.
Cftrd From Mr. Smith.
During, tho lato county cam
paign I was the recipient of tho gcnOf
OUr hospitality of a nable an 1 cour
teous peoplo. For those favors and
their o msidoration at the polls I wish
to publicly return my thanks.
Joki. A. Smith .
B?ar? tho *91 he KM You Have Always Bought
DYSPEPSIA CURED FREE!
Wanted! 100 Genuine Cases of Chrorlo Dyspepsia,
Who will each receive, free of Charge, a regular bottle of
the S. 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 fiber
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 subsistauee, become debilitated. Good di
gestion is essential to health, proper assimilation of nourishjnent
means pure, rich blood, strong nerves, sound sleep and makes Iffe
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.,
Ncwburgh, 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 OF CHARGE, 100 of the regular bottles to genuine cases.
Cut out this advertisement and present at the druggists mentioned
LAU RENS DRUG CO.
LAURENS, S. O.
1 THE CLYDE STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Charleston, S. C, and
New York and Boston, /Wass.
The Favorite Route
Between the South and North.
Only Aij. Watkr Link Without Chan?r.
Three or more sailings weekly in either direction.
Every convenience known to modern ocean travel. Un
surpissed accommodations fur first-class and steerage
passengers. Close connections with all railroads and steam
boat lines out of New York. Most accessible and con
venient route for travelers to all Now England, Northern
and interior points.
THEO. G. EGIiR, G. M.
Wm, P. C?yd3&C>m Gsn'l Agts. ioStite .St., New Yjrk
F. M. Iron.mongrr, Jit., A. G. P. A , Jacksonville, Fla
M*. B MirrcniMsoM, D. F. & P. A. Charleston, S. C.
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Tylorsville, Sop'. 28.?Rev. G. M.
Boyd preached a very excollent ser
moo r.t Sandy Springs last Sunday.
Misses Iiula and VVynonia Chanly
vi itod M'ss Penrl Sanders last Friday.
Miss Sular Olark will teach the
L?ngsten school this year.
Miss Emma Blakoly and brother,
M uford, visited at Ml?s M?*niio Wil
son's Saturday and Sunday.
Messrs. Jim and Wade Downan vis
ited Dr. Lafayette Downan, oi Alma,
Saturday and Sunday,
Mrs. John Horton is visiting at Mr.
Mr. Huford Hlakely visited at Clin
Mis? Amanda Glonn has returnod to
her home In Huntington after a visit to
her sister, Mrs. Fred Littlo.
The Sanday Spring Sunday school is
in nourishing condition.
Rev. and Mrs. G. W. TWi nmi
daughter spont the night at Mr. Mc
Dlll's last Raturday night.