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The throe grand openings will be on
tomorrow. Nearly every lady to the
olty and hundreds from the country
w 1)1 be on the streets of Laurena. The
dust ii as tblok a) dry weather can
make It If tho olty authorities wir.
us; the ttreet sprinkler on the square
during the day it will greatly add to
the comfort and enjoyment of ever?
t ody aud be a great protection to the
delicate fabrics and expenslvo hats
that the merchants will have on exhi
Slate Chairman Wille Jones has is
sued a lotterto the Democrats of the
state urging them to be prepared ?to
\ote in the general election
November 8. The books of registra
tion will bo open next Monday in tho
court house, and as this will be the last
opportunity to got a registration certif
icate you should not fail to attend to
this important matter, if you have not
Maddkn, Sept. 20.?This commu
nity was ?hcckod on receiving the sad
Intelligence that their former pastor,
ReV, B. J. Woodward was oritioally ill,
all hope- of his recovery abandoned
uud Mrs. Woodward was dead. The
children have our deepest sympathy.
Miss Llllle Stewart of Clinton spent
awhile v. 1th her uncle, P. H. Martin,
en route to tho Association at I .anford.
Several visitors were here ye-terday:
Mr. W. P. Cunningham, of Milton;
Mrs. Dr. Moseley and children, of Ty
lersvlllu; Mr. and Mre. Tbad Teague, of
Rev. Charley Bobo filled the pulpit
at Prospect yesterday.
It Is with genuine sorrow and rogret
that we hear of Capt. John Moore's
Mr. K. S. MoKowu, of Gaffoey, was
here yesterday visiting his sister, Mrs.
J. G. Huggin.
Mr. John H. Turner, of Union, wai
in tho cily Saturday for a sAort time.
Rev. I.E. McDavid, of the Prince
ton, Union and Mt. Gallgher churohos,
spout. Mon luv night in the city ou his
way to the Laurons county association,
which* met with the Lanford Babtisb
(.'rut leinen of the Jury.
The following jury was drawn yes
terday for tho week of General Sessions
Court, which convenes Monday, Octo
ber 17, Judgo Earnest Gary, presiding:
R T Dunlap, R D Llpford, R O Bunt,
A D Henry, J H Crane, S W Bryson,
J W Dillard, J II Young, M W Boyd,
D T Copeland, C S Fuller, B J Culbert
son, J H Stone, Conway Dial, M T
McCuen. G C Voung, W C Deck, W O
Rasor, S U Goggans, A II Moore, R G
Wilson, Jaud D Sullivan, Eli G Hill,
M H bryson, Will I Jack?, L M Nash,
B F T-;rry, W M Dodson, F W Mahaf
fev, S J Oralg, John W Hanna, W W
Fowler, W P Todd, John M Ward, W
P Baldwin, 8 L Turner.
What is Dr. James' Iron
Blood and Liver Tonic?
Dr. James' Iron Blood and Liver
Tonic is a true tonic and blood food
medicine. It increases the appetite,
strengtnens the whole system, by caus
ing the most important organs of the
human body to perform tbeir proper
functions. First, iron is a normal con
stituent of the blood; pure blood con
tains iron. If you are pale, weak and
nervous, you need a tonic which con
tains iron in a form that will be absorb
ed by the s>stem and enter tho blood.
Dr. .Jamoa' Iron Blood and Liver Ton'c
supplies the proper amount. Now, the
largest and most important organ of
the buraau body must be looked after?
the liver. A torpid liver means impure
blood, a bad complexion, and a dull?ye
ar d brain; so you can see the great ne
cessity of an active, healthy liver. The
moment your liver fat s to tctevery or
gan suffers- Your stomach ar.d digest
ive organs become atTocted. The gates
of the citadel of lifo are thrown wide
open, and diseases of every description
attnek the body. Dr. .lame.-.' Iron Blood
and Liver Tonic coutaius a laxative
drug, which acts on the liver, relieving
biliousness and cures chronic constipa
tion. We go still further, and we lind
when a porson Is suffering from consti
pation almost invariably their diges
tion is poor, the food fails to nourish
and strengthen. Dr. James' Iron Blood
und Liver Tonic cures indigestion and
dyspepsia. It causes the food you eat
to asslmi'ate, and the process of diges
tion is again active. Nine-tenths of our
people bitlTor from indigestion and con
stipation; to these we recommend the
great tonic compound.
Dr. James' Iron Blood and
For Sale by
PALMETTO DRUG CO.
Sample bottle "rce.
House and lot corner Sul
livan a?d Hance streets, M.
H. Fowler residence. Price,
$2,000. Terms easy.
200 Acre tract near Stomp
Spring, Improved, $2,000.00.
135 Acre tract near Cole
Point, Improved, $1,300.00.
135 Acre tract near Cross
Hill, Improved, $1,000.00.
3 large tracts in Jacks
Store house at Mountville,
For Sale or Rent
Store house occupied by R.
P. Milam & Co.
To buy small tract of land
near Ora, well watered and
M. L. Copeland,
STOCKS, BONDS, FIRE INSURANCE.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
..j . ...
Sole Agents for
$2.50 and $3.00 Shoe
, for men.
Sole Agents for
ULTRA $3.50 SHOE
fit for a queen.
You know how it is: there's a lot of comfort
in knowing: your clothes are right==and in be
ing: sure of it.
You can't be always studying fashion plates.
You might not know if you did. But you can be
sure of clothes-correctness, just the same.
If you come to us we'll fit you in a Hart-Schaff
ner & Marx hand-tailored suit; and every time you
see that little label?a small thing to look for, big
thing to find?you'll be sure you're right. It is the
easiest and surest way of being sure.
Hand-tailored Suits, 15, 18 and 20 dollars.
Swell Suits at 10.00, 11.50 and 12.50 dollars.
Good, serviceable Suits, 5.00, 7.50 and 9.00 dollar.
Young Hen's Suits of the "Extragoud" kind, 10
to 15.00 dollars.
Boys knee pants suits?built to wear?$2. to $5.
Copyright 1904 by
Hart Schaffner & Marx
This is the place to buy your Clothings
and now is the time. See us today,
J. E. Minter & Bro.
The Right Clothes
a" ?- The Dixie!
Every day new customers are added to the long list that's now in line. Why not you? If you
ain't one, why not be one? Our goods talk for themselves. Our prices won't empty your purse. Our
stock of Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Dry Goods, Millinery is the prettiest to be had. We ask you to call and
give them a look for yourself. Our line of Ladies' Walking and Dress Skirts is something extra, and we
are proud of it. The ladies of Laurens are taking advantage of the low prices we have on them. AI 1
goods marked in plain figures. One price to all?your dollar is as good as your neif .lbor's. All roads
lead to THE DIXIE. New Store and NEW GOODS. Read the prices below:
Quick Step Prices!
of 5c Check?the Quick
Step price, 4c per yard.
of (>c Sheeting, 32 inches
wide, to all at 4c yard.
One Case Best Patterns of
Ginghams. 6c kind, all pat
terns for aprons, Quick
Step price 4 l-2c per yard.
One Bale of 5 cents Sheet- r
ing, to sell at 2 1-2 cents ^^^M6
per yard. Come and have'^f??j^
a look at it. mK
TV*tvv RnlAr, of 8c Sheeting to sell at J i^* + 4-Z^ ~ by the load, all colors, all widths
1 W? OdltS 6c. Heavy if you want it UU Ling: 0c kind at 4c, 10c kind at 8 cents
Do You Wear Shoes:
Yes? Hard to fit, ain't you? We can fit you. Our shoes make your feet glad. Try them. All
kinds. The best 1.25 shoe for 90c. See our line of LADIES' JACKETS?the swellest in town. We save
you from one dollar up on the coat. See the New Belt Kind?up-to-date and swell. THE DIXIE is
making Laurens famous ? Stop nowhere else.
The Dixie Clothing and Shoe Store.
Laurens, S. C.
When the ducks ^^^^^^ I
it's time te think iiV^^^^^^B^^^^
about that new E^^^^^^^^
you will have to buy. We want a Buck's to come
first to your mind, because we know that it will ?
surely please you. JJ
We honestlv wouldn't want to place one in m
your home unless we knew it would give you bet
ter service than any other stove in the world.
We've any style and size you may want.
Royster Celebrated G uanos1
Dr. W. C. Irby is ttaa Agont for this
County for tliie celebrated fortilltter,
and a full supply of acids and guanos is
row stored in the Warebous s, ic.uly
for Immediate delivo-y to the farmers
for their Fall grain. This guano h is
no superior on tho m-rkJ, and Dr
Irby is safe in recnmmcndiu/ thid For
til'zer to his brother farmers, it, has
given perfectsatlsfaotlon in the. past,
and the manufacturers i re determined
to keep tho quality up to tho highest
ROYdTBR GUANO CO.
State oi' South Carolina,
COUNTY OF LAU HENS.
Court of Common PI as.
Piedmont Savings and Invcsbrai nt
Company, Plaintiff, against Clarence
E. Gray, ot al, Defendant*.
Pursuant to a dceroo of th i Court In
tho abovo staled act'o-i, I will sell at
Laurens, 0. n., S. c, on Salesday In
October i?Ol, it being the .'Ird day of
tho month, to the highest bidder, the
following lot or piceo of bind, to wit :
All that ccrta'.n lot or piece of land
situate, lying and being in thec'tv of
Laurens, fronting on Joins S r.- :t one
hundred and live (10?; fee and on irby
Avenue a distance oi ono hundred :tnd
oinoty (100)feot,b?ing bounded on N rth
by Jones Street. East by lot of J, K.
Carlisle, South by lob of Mrs. W. P.
Thomason and West by Irby .\\
being the same conveyed to C. 10.
Gray by J, P. Gray on Nov. :;t I . 899,
by deed of record in Clerk's oflloe or
Laurens County, 8. C, in M ok 11 at
Torms of S.?lo?Oac-half cash, bal
ance on credit of twelve months, eo
oured by bond of purohssor and mort
gage of premises Purohuser to pay for
papers, if puroha?er fails t > comply
with tones of sale will be resol 1 at Iiis
or her risk on same or some subse
John F. Boi.t,
0, 0. 0 L\
Sept. 7, 1904?4t.
State of Soulli Carolina,
COUNTY OF LAU K KN
Wlicroas, Maggie N. Cmip'.on, made
suit to me, to grant hur Lottors of t\<l
ministration of the Estate of and effects
of the said L D. Comp ton, doceas id,
that they be and appear before me, In
the Court of Probite, to ba held al
Laurons, C. II. S. C, on the 80th day
of September, 100-1, next after | iiblioa
;lon tbereo', at II o'olook In the forj
noon, to show can e, if any thoy have,
why tho said Administration should
not be grantod.
Given undor my Hand, this i~ h day
O. G. THOMPSON,
J. P. i.. C.
Sept. 12, 1901-2t.
Honey lo Loan*
On roal estate, one-half to two thirds
of its value at 8 por O'ott Irtorcston
such time as will suit borrower In sums
of from $500. up. Mnke your arrantro
uienis at oncn with
Ferguson a: Fbatheustonk.
L. M. SPEERS,
Nowberry, N. C.
DEALER I I\l
Marble and Granite
For Any Person Who
Takes a Bottle of OUR
i Nature's Remedy. )
Tho Groat Illood Puriftor, Kidney and
Liver Regulator, ami Receives
A Gunrauleo Goes With Each
And the druggist signs tho guaran
teo, V iu run no risk in tho trial. Our
New Discovery is not an alcoholic
s Imuhvnt, which is worse than no
stimulant) but it is th; groat building
up aid purifying remedy, purifying
the boot! ana cleansing tho system
from a'l iinpurltlo), whloli give' new
life and vigor to every orgm. It nos
ttive y euros all blood diseases such as
Itching -kin, Pimples, Uc/.ema, Blood
I'oison, Scrofula, lib ?um-.itism, and it
res tor 09 the Norvous System to its
Normal omditlon, prodtieos a healthy
appetite, tones and rognlatos th i he ir;,
Bnd it rjgulatoj th*j Kidneys, Liver
and Bowels. The itsa of a single bot'de
w II oonvinco any one of Its wonderful
curative properties. For sale by Tho
LiHurons Drug Co.; W. W. Dodson.
so \\ IIU
The County Treasurer's Books will
be open for collection of State, County
and Commutation Road Taxes for fis
cal year 1003 at tho Treasurer's Oilier,
from October 16th to Decembir
1904' Those who prefer to do so
pay in January, I9i'f>, wit hone per cenl
additional; thoie who prefer paying ir
February, l'J??, can do so with 2 per
cent, additional: those who prejfer tt'~>
pay in March, 1906, to Jj*i
tu >nth, e<m do so by/^
? ional 7 per cent. A'i
books will close. v
All persons owning proper*.,..,**
'ng taxes for others in more than onv
Township arc requested to cdl for re
ceipts in each township in which they
live. This is Important, as additional
cost and penalty may not be attached.
Prompt attention will bo given those
who wish co pay their taxes through
tho mall by cheek', mono? orders, e'c.
l'c sota? s nd'OL' in lists of in mes to bs
taken oil', are urged to send iu early as
iheTreasurer is very busy during i>.-^
month of Decoiubsr. r?
Tho Tax Levy is as follows
State T ix, n mills
County Ordinary, 2 '., mills
Special County, 2t mills
Publ c Foul. " 12 mills
S shoo , :t mills
Total 16 mills
pedal School, Liu r en?, 3J mills
.Special School, Waterloo, 2 mills
Spi cial Soho il, Cray ('ourt, 2 mills
r)p< c .ii Sohl ol, Cross Hill, ;i mil
?pec'.al Sell ol, Mountvllle, 2J mij
>p cial Soho ?I, Fouii ain Inn, -I mi
Special Selio d, Hunter, :5 mil
All able-bodied male citizens botwer
> lie ages of 21 and 00 years are liabj
v? pay a poll tax of $1.00, except
soldiers, who aro exempt nt 60 yeaj
Commutat'on Road Tax $100, In
of working the public toads, to
it the time as stated ab >ve.
Come early and avo d ilie rus(
J. II. COPEL
I.iu-ens I. 0., Sept. 20, 1!
'! AKE notice that on thi
Ojtobor, 1D0I, I >\M rendoi|
nount of my aol i an i doioj
istrator of the estate of J.
deceased, iu Liu ofllce of
b ite of Lmre is County,
a, in., and on ihj same du]
for a linil discharge fron^
such Admlnlntr *tor.
All p.'rsuis having dem1
said uaia'.c will please pr<
or before tint da'e, pi'OVi
licatcd, or be forever barr
persons indebted to said
make payment to the undarsignotT
f'iro th it d ito.
\V. W. SIMPSON ,
Sei>t. 7, 1901?Im.
? 1904 Fall 1904 g
? Opening Display |
? Fashionable Millinery ?
8 Dress ?oods, Neckwear, 5
Q Trimmings, Novelties, g
8 Ladies' Cloaks, Skirts, 8
I Thursday, September 29th. |
Q Every lady in the city and county is cordially Q
8 invited to be present. 8
I THE HUB I