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THE SECRET OF OUR SUCCESS! f~>T i I?
Greatest hi point of sales, and even more remarkable in excellence of value. Interest increases steadily, and each day shows a growth of trade that is little less than phe
nomenal. But the values are here?that's the secret of the store. Our sales last week here were the most encouraging we have ever had, and we will continue the same
prices with but slight variation, because we are anxious to convert our stock into cash. We always give satisfaction to our customers, and assure you if you come to our
store you will in the future be numbered among the hosts of our pleased customers.
The Dixie Clothing and Shoe Store.
Cheap Hates to Augusta.
0 On account two States Cotton and
AgrkuHu'al Carniva', Augusta, Ga.,
November 14-20, 1904 the Charleston
& Wt slorn Carolina Railway will sell
iound trip tickets from all agenoy sta
tions on Its line at following rates: For
individuals, one fare plus 25 cents.
(Mlnitmuiu rate 50 cents.)
Tickets on sale from Ptattons within
one hundred m'les of Augusta daily
'November 14th to and inoluding trains
scheduled to arrive in Augusta before
noun o( N ?vembsr I9th; from points be-1
yond one hundred miles of Augusta
Noveinhcr 15, 10, 17, Final limit on all
tickets, November 21, 1004.
Madt'on, Nov. 14.?Mr. E. G. Bram
lett is huihling a cotton seeu house for
an Augusta mill.
We doub'? if tliere is a better looation
in the State for an oil mill than Mad
djn. If our "homo people" are so
shot tslgh'ed as not to see the possibil
ities of such an enterprlte perhaps
straugors can ba Induced to oomo in
nod reap the harvest that might be
Miss Omega Madden uf the G. F. C?
came borne Friday and stayod until
Mrs W. J. Langston, of Greenville,
eallod by to see relatives en route home
from tbe Missionary Union at Laurons
Mrs. M. S. Davenport of Greonwood
is visiting relatives bere,
Dots Frorii Pea Rtdgo.
We bad floe rains here on Nov. the
4th au 1 6th which did a great deal of
Onr farmera are busy preparing to
Metars. Lynch & Children have
opened a new store at Park's FtaMon.
Our young people enjoyed themselves
very much at a candy pulling at .J. S.
Cunningham's on Nov. 11th. AH re
port a pleasant evening.
Mr*. J. P. Sloa i and Mrs B. F. God
frey visited at Clinton Wednesday.
Misses Agnes and Mamie Greyllsh
and Mary Lavln attended tbe ded'ea
tioQ of tbe new St. Mary'a Catho
lic Church, Greenville, Nov. Oth.
Mrs. J. P, Sloan and Miss Liz/.le
Sloan visitei at Ora Thursday.
If your Thanksgiving din
ner is prepared from Grocer
ies bought here it will be
relished all the more for my
Groceries are of the highest
A full line of new and sea
sonable delicacies on hand
especially for Thanksgiv
J. S. BENNETT
. GO TO
R. P. Milam & Co.
Better and Cheaper
Flour than any
bought right. . .
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THE CLYDE STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Charleston, S. C, and
New York and Boston, Mass.
?E The Favorite Route
1 Hol ween the South and North.
Only All Watkr Link Without Change.
Three or mare sailings weekly in either direction.
JCvery convenience known to modern oo-iau travel. Un
& surpassed 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 New Ehland, Northern
and interior points.
THEO. G. EG ER, G. M.
Wm. P.Cydr&C)., Gen'l Agts. igStite St., New Yorkrl^,
K. M. Ironmonger, Jr., A. G. P. A., Jacksonville, Fla\?|k
M. B Hutchinson, D. F. & P. A. Charleston, S. C.
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-DON'T PUT A
TRUCK HORSE ON
THE RACE TRACK
Don't buy a Brogan to dance in?
they are too heavy.
Don't buy a Patent Kid for a plough
shoe?they are too light.
In other words, buy a shoe suitable
for your work.
It's the up=to=date store with the
up-to-date goods that sells shoes suit
able for every walk in life.
COPELAND'S is the place.
Every shoe guaranteed.
Customers' shoes shined FREE.
"The One Price Store."
Mo' hera should always keep In gcod
bodily In; 1.1)1. Tney owe io to tneir
children Yet it is no unnsual sight to
see ? mother, with b^b? In .arms,
coughing violently ?? nd exhibiting all
tho R.t inptoi s of a consumptive ten
de icy. And why t>hou*d this danger
ous condition exls*, dangerous aliKe t-o
ixoihcr ard child, when Dr. flose&eo'a
German 8 rttp would put a stop to It
at once? No mother sbou'd bn without
ilils old and tried remedy in the house
?for Its timely i.so will promptly cure
any lung, throat or bronchial trouble
In herself or her children. Tho worst
cough or cold can be speedily cured by
German Syrup ? so can hoarseness and
congestion of the bronchial tubes. It
makes expec'oralion ensy, and gives
Instant relief and r. freshing rest to
the co.igh-raked consumptive. New
trial bottle*, 25c; laego sizo, 75c. At
How Lauren"Voted Nov. M.
The vote of tho general ejection was
ofllclnlly tabulated yes'erday by the
commissi ners of elections.
Tho following is tho vote the total
bo'rg less than two-thirds of those that
were cast. In tho Primary.
For President?Parker, 1,777; Roose
velt, 50; Wa'6on, 1.
Congress?J. T. Johnson, 1,770; J. D.
Ad urns, 53.
Hitnninl Sessions of the Legislasure
?Yes, 81?; x o, 057.
Road Law?Yep, 817; no, 579.
Greenville bonded indebtedness
Yos, 734; no, 040.
BRIDH AND OROOM RETURN.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Richardson, Jr.,
Welcomed at Their Home.
rSpncifll to The State.
Pinewood, Nov. 10. Mr. R . C. Rich
ardfon, Jr., accompanied by his brido
arrived on Saturday afternoon from
their b Idal tour. Mr. Richardson is a
member of the well k lown Richardson
family, who have been long noted for
their excellent cltizinship, lavish hos
pitality and po'itlcal ao.hlcvmont?. He
Is a son of Maj. H. It. Richardson.
The bride, as Miss Me*a Sullivan of
Liurens, is well and f.?vorab'y remem
bered ph the assistant teachor in the
sch-ol hero last year .
Reduced Rates to Charleston.
On account of the fall carnival,
Charleston, S. C, Novomber 21-20,
1904, tho Charleston A; Western Caro
lin i Rai'way will soil round trip tick
ets from a'l points on its line to Char
it h'. n, S C , at rate ono fare, plus 25
-^m.ts Tickets on fale November 19th
,%,25-h In ?IiihIv, aid for trains ?ched
u'tii to arrive In Charleston before
noop November 26, with fluni return
limit November 28, 1904.
Great Values for November
= i at ?
J, E MINTER & BRO/S
Never before have we shown such great values in good merchandise
as we are to day. You can find every thing in necessary apparel here, and
at prices within reach of all. ? . ? ?
Here is where we serve you") best. Our
counters are loaded with the best clothing
values from the leading manufacturers of
the country. Not hard to get a fit here?
full or short, stout or lean?we fit you all
MEN'S SUITS?in black and colors
hand tailored and guaranteed, #12.50 to $20
Our Suits at $'10 are the greatest values
ever offered here. See them now.
Kor the man who wants a good strong,
serviceable suit, see ours at $5 and $7.50.
Suits for the boys an.1 young men.
This is our hobby?GOOD SHOES?
and when you buy here you are sure of
getting the best shoe values iu all shoe
dom. Only solid leather shoes from the
If you have never tried our shoes there
is no better time than now to try them,
and see how much better they are than
what you have been getting.
We make a specialty of children's shoes
?which is a hard proposition for the pa
rents. No trouble if you get your shoes
Our store is brim full good things in
Dry Goods, Furnishings, Underwear, Hats/
? Caps, etc, ?
We want to become acquainted with you. Come in and make your
self at home with us, and let us show you some of the new things.
vJ. IB. MINTER St BRO.
LEADING CLOTHING AND SHOE ST0JRE
COPELAND & BLACKWELL
Printing of the
At Advertiser Office,
Laurens, S .,
?Vegctable Preparation For As
ling tticStoinachs and Bowels of
Opium.Morpttine nor Mineral.
Mtx .Snuui *
a perfect Remedy forCons?pa
lion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .lcvcrish
ncss ami Loss of sleep.
Facsimile Signature or
, ' AI b imtnllis old .
<Dos>S - I MS
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
THC OF NTAVF1 COMPANY. NCW YORK CITY.
THAT $5 JACKET
For three long weeks we have waited the arrival of this
jacket for ladies. The manufacturer's apology was, there
was such an unprecedented demand for a special number
like this that the orders were difficult to fill.
It is a beauty. Comes in brown and castor. Tailor
made and lined throughout.
A line of ladies fur Boas in three numbers, $i, $3, $3.50.
Sweaters in garnet and white.
DRESS GOODS ?
It is significant ? the sales of Broadclodis here.
For the past week the scissors have been busy and the
value recognized in our 50 inch All-Wool Flannels
been taken advantage of. Some shades have been cu
but we expect duplicates probably before this auuouce
ment reaches you.
Why This Rush for Underwear?
Two reasons?ei<ango ol temptture und th.* oxtreme.Vy low pric r
for the quality offered hero.
f) M my Ludios complain of the unsatisfactory of thoir hoys' and
" girls' Stocking?. Just try our two numbers h,^ lOo an 120? ttie pair
If you cansooice a hotter Shoo for laclir s tinn in shown here for
$1.25, wa are anxious to se^ it. Tho drummer ia hU vernicilar
oalled it his ??hummer" and so it Is.
?Js inspection cordially solicited. Qoo prica to -11 at
W. G. WILSON & CO.
t out %
One of the things on which
we pride ourselves is the
We cand satisfy every taste \
and every purse.
We particularly desire an op
portunity of showing dis
criminating customers our
new line of . .
Superior Box Papers
DODSON'S DRUG STORE
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