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"A Drop of Ink to Make You Think."
It's a Folderol to Think That We Are Not Going to Do the Business
This is one of the largest sales ever held in the county. See the great advantage you have over other stores by trading here, then compare
the prices and you will fall in line with the crowd. Read every inch of this advertisement. Don't forget that your dollar will do double duty.
$2,000 worth of Shoes on the road especially for this Sale.
For 3 Days
of the Sale
5oc Embroideries, o
per yd, for - - aC?
per yd, for - -
per yd, for - -
per yd, for -
15c embroderies, per 4
yd, for - I vIC
10c embroideries, per fC^,
yd, for - - "v
5c embroideries, per
yd, for -
30c white wool Flan- ^a^,
nel, per yd, for -
25c red wool Flannel, f a ~
per yd, for - 1 t*C
35c Jeans cloth,
per yd, for
25c Jeans cloth, per
75c heavy wool goods
for pants, per
yd, for - 4
$5 Skirt for - - $3.50
4 skirt for - - 2.75
3.50 skirt for - 2.25
2.50 skirts for
2.00 skirts for
1.50 skirts for
1.00 skirts for
Good at all Times
35c Facinators for - 20c
75c Shawls for - 40c
50c a pair Towels for 35c
25c a pair towels for 15c
15c a pair towels for 10c
10c a pair towels for 5c
50c Ladies' Vests for 35c
35c Ladies' Vests for 24c
10c Stockings, per pair, 5c
Hen's, Boys' and
$15 Men's Suits, \\ c
size 34 to 42, YY.jLD
12.50 Men's Suits,
size 34 to 42,
10.00 Men's Suits,
size 34 to 42,
7.5o Men's Suits,
size 34 to 42,
5.oo Men's Suits,
size 34 to 42,
4.5o Men's Suits,
size 34 to 42,
Young Men's Suits, sizes
13 to 19, a regular feast
in these sizes,
3.oo Boys' Knee
2.5o Boys' Knee
Pants Suits for
2.oo Boys' Knee
Pants Suits for
1.5o Boys' Knee
Pants Suits for
1.25 Boys' Knee
Pants Suits for
Loo Boys' Knee
Pants Suits for
WILL IT BE YOU?
To the first man, woman or child that trades the first $10 worth with us on the morning of our sale, Nov. 10th, will receive a pair of $2.50
shoes free of charge, the shoes to fit the buyer. Don't miss this opportunity. All roads lead and turn to this sale.
THE DIXIE CLOTHING AND SHOE STORE
Between T. N. BARKSDALE and KENNEDY BROS.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
STATE AND COUNTY OFFICERS,
AND FOR AMENOMEN l\S TO
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Laurons.
Notio is hereby pivrn th t an e'ee
tion will be held at the several pre
cincts, established by law in Lturons
County, on Tuesday,'November 8 1901,
for the following oflicers. to wit:
Governor, Lleutenant-Governer, Sec
retary of State, Attorney-General, Sta'e
Treasurer, Comptroller General, Su
perintendent of Eduoati >n, Adjutant?
and-In?ppctor-Genei a', One Hail road
Commissioner, County Supervi-o*,
County Superintend ?nt of Education,
Sheriff, Clerk of Court, Coroner, So
licitor, a Senator, throe Representatives
and two County Commissioners.
Pursuant to the Constitution of South
Carolina an olection will bo held at tho
same lima and place for amendments
to the Constitution of Hotth Carolina,
pur-tuant to the terms of Joint Resolu
tions Nos. 383, 384 and 385 (Acts of
S mth Carolina, pp 074, 075, an 1 070),
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to
Amend Section 9, of Article III of
thj State Constitution, to as to Pro
vide for Biennial Sessions of tho
Section 1. Bi It ResolveJ by tho
Goneral Assembly of tho State of
.South Carolina, That ihe following
amendment to the Constitution of tbe
St Ate of South Carolina ho submitted
to the qunliiled electors of the Stato at
the next goreral election for Repre
sentatives, and if a majority of the
elector* qualified to voto for members
of the General Assemb'y, voting thero
on, shall voto In favor of such amend
ment, and a majority of each branch of
the General Assembly, shad after such
election and before another, ratify the
saue amendment by yeas and nays,
Secion 0, ?>f Artie'o III, of the Con
stitution, relating to the Legislative
Department, be amended by adding
after tho word "place" inline ton i f
said Section, the words "until the end
of the session occurring in 19M5, after
which the said session i shall be held at
the same time and p ace biennially;''
so that said section us amended shad
read as follows:
The annual session of the General
Assombly heretofore olected, fixed by
tbe Constitution of the year eighteen
hur.dred and sixiy-oight, to convene on
tho fourth Tuesday of November, in
the yesr of eighteen hundred and
ninoty-five, Is hereby postponed, and
tho same shall bo convened and held
in tho city of Columbia on the seCOi d
Tuesday of January in the yoar eigh
teen hundred and nin t.y-six.
The flrrtt session of tho Oenor-il As
sembly elected uuder this Constitution
shall convene in Columbia on the toe
ond Tue day In J-.mnary, in the year
eighteen hundred and nlnety-sovon,
and thereafter arnually at the tame
^time and place until the end of tho
e'-uslon occurring in 1890, after Which
the. said sessions (?hall bo hold at the
sauKt'mo and placo bionnially.
Mhould thu casualties of war or coo
tagious diseases render it un-afo to
meet at the so^t of government, then
the Govornor may by proclamation,
appoint a more secure and convenient
Place of meeting. Members of tho
General Assembly shall not receive
any computation for more than forty
d.iys of any one session: Provldod,
Th^t IhU limitation sh\U not affect
the first four sessions of the Genoral
Assembly under this Constitution.
SfC. 2. That the question of adopting
the amendment prefaced In tho fore
going Section shall be submitted to the
o'c sto a as follows: Those in favor of
in-: amendment shall deposit h Imllot
with i ho following word* plainly
piint?d or written thereon: ''Constitu
tio-ai amendment to Section i) of Ar?
t'olo III Of the State Constitution, add
ing ;if< r ih 1 word 'place' in J'ne ton
? f a'd Seott n tho words 'until tho
I of the session, occurring in i!)0(>,
:ii i r wh o!i the said ses.-ions shall b<j
held ?i ho saron time nu t place hlen
n':i ly.' Yit-i '
:|ij- Opposed to said amendment
-liall c i t.'i ballot with iho following
(1- lainlv printe i or written there
01 : " /i n- itutio al amendment to
Si uuS ol .. rtiolo III of the Stat>?
( 'mi. atUion, adilioK after the w >nl
',;.ic i : io ton of siid Slot ion tho
no it the ond of thi session oo
r.in n IV04. after which the said ses
h ii -Ii 1 Ii htsld at the Htmo time
.id la, ? biennially.'?No,"
a proved t bo 1 Ith day of February,
A. I). 1U04.
A .IUI XT UKSOLUTION t) Amend
tho Constitution bo M to permit the
General Assembly toEnaot Local and
Special Larson tho subject of Lay
ing Out, Oneninjr, Altering, and
Working Roads and Highways and
as to the Ajro at Which Citizens
S a'l be .Subject to Road or Other
Pub i<; Doty.
Section 1. Ho it Resoh od bv tho
General Assembly of tbie Sta e of
South Caro inn, 'Ch?t tho following
amendment to the Constitution be
8grced to, an.d thut tho tvo quoitlon*
Involved in snch amendment ho sub
mit'ed separately at the next general
election to tho electors qualified to
vote for members of the VIouso of Re
presentatives, viz: that ihero chal! bo
added to the Const I tut Jon the follow
ing additional Article, to be numbere d
properly in tho consoouti/e ordor of
its adoption, to bo designated as "Ar
tlolo of Amendments to the Con
stitution," which shall rend ns follows :
"Article of Amendments tJ the
SeotlO'i 1. The Gen oral Assembly of
Llii i State may enact looal or special
laws concerning tho laying ont, open
ing, nltorintr or working roads or
highways, and concerning tho orovid
log for tho uge at whloh citizens shall
bo BUbj ofc to road duty, and concern
Sec. 2. Th i'. Subdivision II md Sub
division IX of Seotlon lid, of AitJole
III, of the Constitution, uro herehy
Approved tho 18th day of Fobruary,
A. D 1904.
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to
Amen I s-octlon 7, Arbiolo VIII, of
tho Constitution, Relating to Munici
pal Bonded Indebtedness.
S Otlon I. Be It lOHolvod by tho Gen
eral Atsem'nl) of tho State of South
Carolina, T un th j following amend
mont to notion 7, Article VIII. of tho
Constitution, bo agreed to: Add as tho
end thereof the following woros ?. Pro
vld (I, lurther, That tho I.imitations
Imposed t?y tins Section and by Sot-lion
rf>, Actic 1 ? \. of this Constitution,
Htm I not apply to bonded i"dobted.oos <
incurred i > tbxj <ilty ol (Jreonvillo, but
aald oliy of (Veenville may lnonsaeo
in boi d- l i tdebtednesi In the manner
provided in ss!d Soolion of said Article
to an amount not exceeding fifteen per
cent, of the v?lue of tho taxahto prop
erty th< rein, whoro the proceeds of
said binds arc applied solely to the
payment, ,,r past Indebtedness to ex
pends and liabllUioi inourn <1 or to bo
incur ed In the impro^'monta r>t
sir,,- nod ddowalks, and. for pro'tld
Ing ? ? W?fuge for said olty, o: any part
thereof, for purchasing, OstabllshjnK,
owning or opartitlng waterworks or
electric .ightj plants.
Heo. 2. But the question of adopting
t li w amendment shall be st omlUod at
the next general election to ihe elec
tors as follows : Those in favor of the
amendment shall deposit a b<?i:of. with
tho following words plainly printed o"
written thoreon: "Constitutional
amendm nt of Section soven, of Arth
cle eight, of the Constitution, relating
to municipal corporations and police
regulations, Yes." Those opposed to
said amendment shall oast a ballot
with the 'ollowing words plainly printed
or written thoreon: "Con-tilUliona]
amendment of Section s<?ven, Article
o'gh', of the Constitution, renting to
munio'ipal corporations and polios reg
App'ov.d the 1 Hi Ii of February, A.
Polls at each voting plnco will be
op n ? :it soven o'clock a m. ai d
oioaed at four o'clook p. m.
The following named persons have
been appointod Managers of Klect'on
for SUto and Countv OlHoers, to will
I.aurens?J W Thompson, A 11 Sulli
van, A M llamage.
I. urens Cotton Mills? J W Snoddy,
O P Martin, W C Blakely.
Sirdis ? Watts Dean, Joe Payne,
Langstou's Church ? Hob Donnon, L
S Machray, J W Donnon.
Ora -NV Ii Harmon, O L Hunter, W
PI. asant Mound?J A Fowler, J H
Martin, .1 S Higglns
Young's Store-William Coker, W II
Thomunon, .1 J Riddle.
Person's Store ? James Stewart,
George Ci;ok, C H I eon ird.
Power?R C Oivings, J 1, Powor, T A
Gray Court?W W Yeargin, CLOw
liU's, J I) Stone.
Dial's Church ? H 11 Owlngs, J II
Curry, I' M Hellams.
Shlloh-LS Holt, J II W?hr, W11 mot
Wood vi lie?J E Wham, W L. Abcr
orombio, W. R. Putnam.
Tumb ing Shoals?J L Baldwin, J II
Hollams, Walter Cheek.
Hrew. rton?T J Crawford, John W
Heeks. T S Crawford.
Daoie.'s store? H L, Henderson, J N
Jone*, Sr, J R Ellis.
Tip Top?W J Anderson, S A Puckett
Mt. P.easant?J W Fowler. W I Mil
ler. W II Pinson.
Cross Hill?W A Coleman, M T Simp
son, Dick Orillln.
Mountvlilo?Hogan Motes, R T Dun
lap, S W Hryson.
Hopewoll?J Floyd Workman, JN
Brown, M W Oxner.
Waterloo?.! M Pearce, J M Smith,
Ekom?T II Hurts, R E Boyd, Joe
Clinton (Jetton Mill?E Y McQuown,
J A smith, G M Davis.
Clinton?R J Copeland, H R Milun,
II 1) Henry.
I'rincaton?J II Machen, J L Trayn
ham, R H Gilkerson.
On two day of election the Managers
must organise by the elec ion of a
Chairman and a Clerk, if necessary.
The Chairman elected is empowered
to administer oatln.
Tho Manager* havo tho power to Oil
any vacancy, and if none of the Maua
gors at'ond, tho oltlzdtis e. n appoint
from among tho qudified voiers, tho
Managers, who aftor being sworn, can
conduct) the election.
At tho closo of the election the Man
agers and Clerk must proc.ed publicly
to open the billot boxes and count the
ballots therein, and continue without
adjournment until tho samo Is com?
pie ted, and m.tko a sta.ement of tho
result for o.?ch olllco and for each
smondment to the Constitution and
sign tho same.
Within threo days thereafter, tho
Chairman of tho Board, or some ono
designated by tba Board, ra.l&t deliver
to tho Commissioners of Election tho !
poll Iis*, the boxes containing tho bal
lots and written statements of the re
sult of the oh'ction.
One of tho above-named Managt rs
for each precinct must cad upon 'he
Board of Commissioner?, at the Court
Bo?se, Nov. 6th, 1004, to receive b I
lot Ivxes, poll liati and ntructi n
and to qualify.
A. 0. OWING 3,
J. E. BOYD,
W. T. CREWS,
Comm'ss:ono's State and County Elec
Mon< y to Loan
0>l improved far ns, in sums of $800.00
and upward, at 7 percent, and 8 per
cent, it.te es', repayable In easy snn ml
instal in iu's. No commission. The
borrower simp'y ptys a reasonable ex
pense of negotiating the loan.
c. D. Barksdalr,
W. Y. Boyi),
Attorneys, Laurons, S. C.
Call on W. Y. Boyd. 10-13t
SOME SEASONABLE ADVICE.
It may bo a pleco of superfluous ad
vice to u-tfO pcop'o :\t this s. ason of
tho year to Ihv in a supply of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. It is almost
sure to bo II' oded beforo win or is
over, and much more prompt and >at
isfaotory results are obtained win n
taken as s on as a cold is c ^p'.rac'' d
und befo'0 it has become svttled In the
system, which can only be done by
keening the remedy at hand. This
remedy Is so widely known and so al
1.? her good that no ono should he
Ltato tiboiit buying lt> in preference to
any other. It Is for sale by The Lau
rens Drug Co. and Dr. B, F. Tosey.
United States of America,
D strict of South Carolina,
In tho Circuit Court,
I. William Flinn, ot al., vs. Interstate
Building and Loan Association of
Ancillary Petition of Wm. H. Scott, as
Receiver of the Interstate Building
and Loin Association of Atlanta, t >
forocloso mortgago against Jamos
By vlrtuo of a Do.roo of the United
Statos Circuit Court for the Distrlc'. of
Sntitti Carolina, made in tho above en
titled cause on the .'list day of August,
1004, the undersigned will offer for
s,?.lo at public auction to the hlghost
bidder fof cash, at the Court lloufso in
i ho County o' Lauren", State of South
Carolina, on Monday, the Seventhx7tb)
day of November, 1004, betweoti the
legal hours of sale, tho proporty do
eoribed In said decree, as?''Alllthat
lot, tract, or parcel of land, situate-, ly
ing and being in tho town of Cross
11 ill, County of Luirens, and Statin of
South Carolina, being a part of lot
number twelve, (12). fronting two hun
dred (200) feet on Main Street, am! ox
tending back a uniform wldth,adis
t tnoe of Eighty (80) feot. Boundod on
the North by Main Streot, on tho Soiith
by and East by the balance of said
lot Number (12) in the plat of said town
and 00 tho West by an alley twen'y
(20) feet wide." Purchaser to pay Mas
tor for papers.
D. B. Gili.ii.ani>,
Standing Master and Speolal Commis
sioner United States Olroult Court.
United Slates of America,
District of Sooth Carolin?,
In the Circuit Court,
I ^ illiam Pllon, ct ah, vs. Intc-s'nto
Building and Loan Association of
Ancillary Petition of VVm. II. Scott,
as Kecolvor of the IntorstHe Hulld
lrg and L ^an A-sociat'on of Atlanta,
to f reolose mortgige against Marj
Hy virtue of a Deorco of the Uni od
States Circuit Couit for the District of
Sou h Carolina, made in tho above en
titled cause on the 31st day of Aug.ist,
11>01, the undersigned will oll'er for
sale a*, public a-ietlon to the highest
bidder for cash, at the Court House, in
the County of Laurons, Sta^e of South
Carolina, on Monday, tho Seventh (7th)
day of November, 1004, b tween the
legal hours of sale, the property de
scribed in said Dt.cron as?"All I hut
lot or parcel of lat d, situate, lying and
being in tho 'own of Crjss Hill, County
of Laurons, State of South Carolina,
formerly be'onging to the Mutate of
Mrs. Flizaboth Strain, deceased, con
taining ono (1) Acre, moro or less, be
ing lot number (5) in the survey made
by W. K, Pitts, on the 14th d-iy of Feb
ruary, 1801. Said property is bounded
hy the public road, leading from Lhu
rons C. II., to Cbappols Depot, S. O. by
lot Number (1), the Campboll land and
by other lands of the Enato of Eliza
beth Slram, deceased. Heco'ded In
olllco of R. M. C., In nook 4, page
624." Purchaser to pay Maxtor for
D. H, Gl lm land,
Standing Master and Special Comm's
sioner United States Circuit Court.
State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF LAURFNS.
In tho Court of Probate.
Maggie N. Compton, Individually, In
horown right, and ns Administratrix,
of (he Estato of L. D. Compton, de
ceased, and U. W. Compton, Mattie
G. Lindsay, Laura Sloan, AllleTom
ploton, Lina Workman, Samuel
Compton, and John Compton, Plain
tiffs, agalnt-b Lldlo Davis, ot al., De
Pursuant to a decree in this case, I
will ? olI at Laurons, C. IL, S. C.,
within the legal hours of sale, at pub
lic outcry, on Salesday In Novemb r.
1004. it bolng the 7th day of tho month,
tho following described tract of land to
wie All that tract of land, situate, ly
ing and being in the County of Lau
rons, Slat* of South Carolina, contain
ing One Hundred and Eight (108)
Acros, moro or loss, bounded as fol
lows: On the North by \nniU of Martin
I'oolo, on the South and Fast by lam.s
of G. F. Littlo; on the West by lands o'
B, E. Lindsay, estate.
Terms of Sale: Cash Purchaser to
pay for napors. If terms of sale are
no'complied with, promises to ho re
sold on tho sain** or Porno subsequent
Salesday without further order of tho
Court, and at tho risk of tho formor
O. G THOMPSON,
Ji P, L. ?.
I OotoberUth, '04 ? 4*.
CIRCUS Laurens, Saturday, OCTOBER 29
FOR 33 YEARS WE HAVE KEPT PACE WITH OUR COUNTRY'S GROWTH.
MOST 00L0SSALLY COMPLETE FEATURE, WILD BEAST, ARENIC, AERIAL, RACING, EDUCATIONAL, ENTERTAINING
AND SPECTACULAR HOLIDAY AGGREGATION ON EARTH.
A union of mich millionaire magnitude, magnificence anil marl! n:i lo plan! Im mIvrlit>? foot upon tho very
pinnacle ol Popularity nnd Success In Madison Square Garden, Mew York city. As it was there you now will
see it hero with Evoo Greater Feature Feats Forthcoming. Bach and nil exclusively exhibited by It, aud every
one presented juHt at* promised. Woudrously and exceptionally Ineludlag
Tho Miraculous Chasm-Vaulting Cyclist, who executes n Hying bicycle leap olJfttty feet In rald-nlr, Tho Instnnta
neons, supremo and heroically sensational Parisian hit, now for tho first i..u. .? ???;. .n A'.- i ica.
THE AURORA ZOUAVES
The Champion Martial Mastern of the World. Pronounced by Kuropo's military martinets unequallod. Saluted
tty our own West Pointers iih nll-surpasHlng.
First and only appearance of thorn' Soven Malu nnd Petunie Htpiestriojv French Favorites,
In tho only altogether now ciiuoHtrlan net seen In any clrcUB In more than bf:y yenro, "On fhc Way to the Orand Prls Race, Paris.'
?<OYOI-ONE1,,J THE CYCLE PARADOX
The Monumental Myitery of Circling Motion, seen supcrhumnnly scaling on bis wild, wizard wheel the absolutely perpend iculai- hide of "The Devil's Chimney."
First anywhere away from home nppenrnuce of
TJEIE BZARVASI FREMCZ TlRO^X3PE
OP NINE HUNGARIAN MAGYAR DANCING ACRO0AT3 AND MELODISTS.
The most mysterious race's master feats of strangely wondrous strength, i'klll und weird grace nnd harmony.
In its mammoth dotiblo Wild lleast Domain
will be found
THE ONLY NORTH POLE DISCOVERERS
With others n single half-grown specimen Is
exploited as ;i real feature.
We have 14 Ferocious, Snow-white
To make his first bow before you also Cornea
TbeCrtally Original Kqulllbrixtlc Jujtr.linv ?qticstiian,
Whoso mighty, merry Dog nnd Bulky net,
whose phenomcnnl I'ark Carl Juggling net,
are the most amntlng and /imiiNlngof nrente
Tho American Champion Aerohatn nl Ihe World, now flr?t Introducing tlii'lr own Original Aerial Acrobatic High Stage A( t.
Its Three ltlngs, F.levated Stages, Aerial Arena and Col I feu in Itare Coursd, presenting In a hundred champion rivalries and rovel.i
nn Absolutely comploto
EQUESTRIAN CIRCUS, ACROBATIC CIRCUS, MID-AIR CIRCUS, MILITARY CIRCUS, BICYCLE CIRCUS.
CLOWN CIRCUS, TRACK CIRCUS, ELEPHANT, WILD BEAST, ANIMAL AND HORSE SHOW CIRCUS
THE ROMAN HIPPODHOME OF NERO'G DAY.
THE ONLY FOHtPAUGH DANOIN? 'H
THE ONLY ?!?LL\.? ?ROTHERO l?OLDIEH IXUEPMA'JTO
Hugest Combined Herds of their kind, with hondb full ol \.!. loin and IrtinKs full
A REAL WORLD'S FAIR OF ST. EOF EV RY f..T. IN
Which In nu inhere, beauty tind In!
? oiiImIiIiii! ?: I f.i
ITS ORIENTAL AND Mtt
Is tho finest free. Blret I ilny
TWO PERFOHM." NCKO t>AII->'. I (
PROOF TENTS . A 3 MI ifllC r;
Doors Open at i nud I '?' M 11 1
ilerrlck's Splendid Milit?r) I ,1
%?red Coupons, actually lies ., ? I its, m,ij
i: fliory " o.er Ho
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i./f.r-oo 17 \T- .; ?
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rl a and Ornnd Promenade Concerid by
iv < 1 'i illr litter, t ??; ? tl ill Hol.y Ni|W>
kC?Ul I nl the .< : lie ? t 1< . . I
PALMETTO DRUG STORE
SIMPSON & COOPER
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts.
Prompt attention Riveoto all business.
BABY KASK-tho world'a liest bnby
modioinp-is:> prompt,anfo, nuro and harm
le remedy for nil sorts of p-tomnoh nnd bowel
troubles oibabioa nnd children. Keep itnl
wn>-<<in hand-you onn rely upon it.
At all rfooirl drurf stores, 25c.
Mannfoeturotl by HARY F<AMK 00,, Macon, <1a,