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Jj New Fall Goods ?
i At i
I W. G. Wilson & Co. I
^> New Dress Goods of foreign make in the most tie
A siiable shades .it $i.oo, a yartl. Down through the several 4i>
^ grades of domestic manufacture, lull lines are shown. JJ?
y New Mercerized poplins in all ihe new Colorings .it 2 sc. m?
^ Here is shown a double width Suiting in thirteen different
m^l Colorings will make up style only 15c, the yard. Flan- JF^
A ueletls iu neat scroll patterns with or without border A
W? ut IOC ?|
Healherbloom Underskirts in different grades, New my
^ Hosiery, New Uutlerwear. Many mouths ago the manu
m?* fact tires were notified of a scarsity of wool, consequently JP^
^ a higher price i-. demanded for the present output and as ^
^ the relative value of wool and cotton respond promptly ^|
the price of both have advanced. Anticipating this we *f
placed oui order early and offer many lines of goods 41?
fpK cheaper than we could have done had our purchases heen
^} deferred. ^
j w. g. wilson & company |
Laurens, S. C:
It is surprising, even to us, to note the new business which
comes to ns daily, proving
First. That oui efforts to please are appreciated.
.Second. That we have the confidence of the people.
Third. That the masses think well of us.
Fourth. That oui location is convenient.
Fifth. That the public likes getting 4 per cent interest.
?Sixth. That quarterly interest is what the public likes.
Laurens, S. C.
V< >TIN< i < JKRTl I K !ATI3
Each Dollar Counts 200 Voter,
Enclosed herewith is $ . on subscription payment
for which 1 cast votes for
(With each certificate must lie hoiiI check, money order or cash for
subscription payment, together with the nnmo and address of the subscriber
plainly written or printed on Heparnle ? lips )
Are You Looking
For a Sole-Mate ?
We have a pair of tiiem lu-re f.>r you.
We guarantee to fit you 90 peifeclly and ^
comfortably in Regal Shoes tliat you will
never wear any shoes Lut Regals hereafter.
give you the later?! New
York ruslom styles?w
you aon'i get in Othcf r<
to wear ihoes. And Rep,
</!i arlcr-sizes afford
ta lue-to-tne&sure fit.
11? od I ) I'll you a
Regal quality ev<-:
knows it is standau
Tribble Clothing Co.
Laurens, s. c.
DR. GEO. L. MARTIN
DIES AT GREENVILLE
Prominent Purglcluu ami Valuable t'lt
izeu Passes Awn) ut Age of ?'??">
Was a Native of Laureus.
Dr. Geo. I- .Marlin, a native ami
? former citizen of I.aureus county,
died at his home in Greenville last
Thursday. The tlreenville News of
Friday has the following uccount of
i Dr. George Lafayette Martin died
yesterday morning at his home on the
Buncombe road about ten o'clock, in
the death of this man. (he COUUty ami
whole IMedniout section of the state
loses one of its most Influential and
faithful servants. He was years
! old ut the time of his death, and leaver.
I a family of four sons and a daughter.
His wife, and a father 90 years old
survive him also. Dr. Mai tin has
been tor the past eight years the spe
cial quarantine and vaccination agent
; of the stute hoard of health, appointed
for the (anilities of the Piedmont see
lion of the state. The funeral will be
I held from the residence this morning,
the services being at the First Baptist
Church at eleven o'clock. The ||1U
| sonn will take a prominent part in Hie
j funeral. Dr. Martin having been one
I of the leading members of that fra
Dr. Marlin was horn in Laureus
county in the Poplar Springs section.
He went to school in Laureus county
and then came to Pur man university
I in tlreenville, ami graduated there,
j taking the de'lee of 11. A. After
1^ graduating at l<'urman, he studied med
icine at the Halt (more Medical college,
at Baltimore, Mil., after which he prac
ticed medicine in Laureus county for
about eighteen years. He sttitled out
on his life's career quite young, hav
ing been practicing medicine when he
was still a minor. Since he began to
practice, however, he took two post
graduate courses at the Baltimore
Twenty live years UgO, Dr. Marlin
married Miss Auiiit L. Stepp, a daugh
ter of the Rev. A. ('. Stepp. Mrs. Mar
I in is a sis ter of M r. Joseph A. Mc
Cullough of Ureenvllle. They have
been living in Greenville nboul ten
?ears. Sine., that time Dr. Marlin
has I.ii appointed special agent for
the counties of the Piedmont section
it (he stale for I hi' Supervision of the
vaccination, quarantining and disin
fecting wherever necessary. Since
moving to Greenville he had bought
the beautiful home surrounded by
large shady trees, out on the Hun
'Otnbe road, nboul i wo miles from Hie
Ity. Ii is here thai ihe family have
been living for Hie past eight or ten
von ?'s, in the calm serenity ol conn
ivy life, until the entrance ol the sad
, Dr. Marlin leaves lour sons. Broad
us, .lohn. Henry and Lewis, and a
daughter, Georgia. He is survived al
so by bis wife and a rather, Mr. Lewis
Marlin, ninety years old. lie also
leaves an aunt, Mrs w. B. Madden,
who during his early yeurs gave him
(he care and kind treatment of a son.
his mother having died when be wa>
The funeral services were held at
the Fir t Baptist church mi Fridn>
morning and the Interment made in
ihe i iiy ceinelery
\\ KICK'S XKWS U KKOM.
tine Kaimt Hau- lallen During Pus I
ICkoiu, Sept, "-'o. There have been
line rains in this section foi the lust
? Miss Kittle Cooper, who has been
" ill foi' Several Week-., is DO heiler.
Mrs. Maud Phillips. Misses Mai He
ami Sue Cooper of Laureus, and Mil
Pearl C'ulbertson spent Sunday with
Ihelr aunt. Mrs l.oii Clllbnrtsoil.
Mr. .1 W. Cooper and son of Green
wood spent Saturday night with Mrs.
To ii ('ooper.
Mrs. I'loree Hamilton spent a few
? lavs last week with her lather Ml
Wade 1'in: on. of the Mt, I'leutianl sec
Quite a crowd attended prayer
meeting at Ekom school house Sunday
\ sprained Vllklc,
As usually treated a sprained ankle
w ill disable the injured pei son foi a
month or more, hm ybapplying Chum
borlalu's Liniment ami observing Ihe
directions with each bottle faithfully,
a cure may. in most Cases, be effected
in less Ihatl one weeks lime. This
liniment is a most remarkable prepa
ration; try it for a sprain or a bruise
or when laid up with chronic or inns
Ciliar rheumatism, and you are cei
tain to he delighted with the prompt
relief Which it affords. For sale hv
I.aureus Drug Co.
PIN Ali SKTTLK.KKXT,
Take notice that on Ihe Stb day of
October, WON; I w in render a final ac
count of my mis and doings as Ad
ministrator ol Ihe estate of Susie p,
Drier, deceased, in Ihe ofTICC ol the
Judge of Probate of l.aureus county,
at II o'clock a. m . ami on the same
day will apply for a final discharge
from my irust as Administrator.
All persons Indebted to said estate
are notified and required to make pay
inetll on that date; and all persons
having claims against said estate will
present them on or before that date,
duly proven, or he forever haired.
H II, Drier.
Seft- 8. 190?.? 1 mo.
5 AMONG THE EXCHANGES J
SouiiUul In Anderson.
Last night about !? o'clock o public
Bcuiulal occurred in the Ceroleuu j
vault, just a little to one Bide of the
Milk> Way. The gloating old moon
was just about half full, making its
way the beat it could toward the ste
alth, when it met the beautiful little
piam t V< nus. The bloated old satel
lite, which is in (he habit of gelling
full about every four weeks, stumbled
Up beside the pretty little star und
before she knew he was near her. In
had gathered her around and squeezed .
her so light to his opaque sides that
the little beauty's light was nearly
extinguished. Indeed, she w as hugged
so i losely that we could not hear her
scream, hut one would naturally sup
pose that as pretty u girl as Veil US
would not want an Ugly old sinner
like the moon squeezing her in pub
lic, and it is just as likely as not we
shall hear in a day or two that Old
Sid has called a council ami will de
croc (hill Ihc moon must go Into a
wane for the next 211 days. -Anderson
Never Touched Him.
Among the many amusing incidents
connected with the recent election in
this county perhaps the best is the one
in which a local opponent id' Senator
Tllliuaii voted tor prohibition think
lug lhereby to gel at the senator, the
originator of the system, only to Mud
the day alter (he great man had
jumped on the prohibition hand wagon,
It keeps one guessing who tries to
foil >w the track or some of our poli
ticians. Ileaufort Oazelte.
Prnise l-'nr Col. l-'eatherslonc.
Col. I-Vut herstone is due much cred
it lor his efforts in behalf of a clean
stall' and he will he rewarded in that
his work will prove to he effectIvc.
Ten nun of his stripe in any stale
would win the battle. May South
Carolina raise up many such men as
l-Vat hoi stone and we expect lo see his
slur rain the ascendancy. Success lo
prohibition ami Col. Koatherstone!
in ti Dilemma.
Mr. Perry Cook, the local Record
loan, does not tptilc know which side
he sympathizes witli in I lie Peary Cook
controversy, Xh w herry Observer.
The court docket last week was per
haps the dirtiest in the history of Ah
beville county, More cases of immor
ality were called lnsi week than hnVe
been called in years before. 'The fad
is. our criminal record at this court
is simply disgraceful to the proud old
county ot Abbeville,
I low much of ii may he chargeable
to the enforced idleness of children
we do not know, hut certain it is that
young girls were too much in evidence
at our court, Abbeville Press and
Mas'. No More!
The empire gown, the powers del late
I a now in t nj I ret real
No more the girlie girl will wear
A nightie on the street.
l athers and Mothers.
Over in I..oiiens county search has.
been made for mothers ot veterans in
the Confederate war. And now I he)
are looking for fathers of Confederate
Where nro the father: '.' If Anybody
knows of a living mother or father of
any Confederate veterans from Abbe
\ Hie county the Press mid Banner w ill
he pleased to publish facts concerning
the soldier's enlistment, his service,
his return or his wounds Or his death
together with some facts of Ills life
Several living mothers have been
found in I,aureus county. MibeVille
Press and Ihinucr.
NO I It V. 01 l l.l t I ION.
state of South Carolina,
County ot I.aureus.
When as. petitions sighed by more
than one third of the Ipiullfled elector.-!
and freeholders residing in Cross Mill
school district, No. Cross Hill town
ship. I,aureus county, South Carolina,
asking for an election upon the ones
lion of levying a 2 mill tax upon prop
ortv in said school district lo he used
for school purposes, have beep tiled
with the County Hoard of I'MuctitIon,
election i.. hereby ordered upon said
(location, said election to he held on
the L' .".tli day of Septemher. |f?00, al
I'ine Ml tiff school house, under the
management of the school trustee ol
said school district
Only such electors as return real
or personal properly for Inxiitloii and
who exhibit their tax receipts and
registration cerllllcntes as required
in the general election shall he al
lowed to \oie. Those favoring the
tax shall vote a ballot containing the
wo-d Acs' Written or printed there
on those against the tax shall vote
a hallo' Containing the word "No"
written or printed thereon.
Molls shall open al the hour of two
o'cl ick in tin- afternoon and remain
open until lour O'clock When they
shall close, and the ballots counted
The Trustees shall report the re
suit of said election to the County
Auditor within ten days thereafter.
OHO, I < PITTS,
7-2t Co. Supt Education
? Particularity for Fall *
JU .... *
^ 1 >ik?-'s Hlood ami Skin Reined) is a medicine in- iT^
tended particularly i>n fall when aftei .1 hoi summet your [J]
^ blood is in .111 unusually thin and run down condition. In ^
ovdei to withstand the i<>hi this wiutei you will have to
build up you 1 blood, the best leiucdy to do it with is Dike's ^
^ oroei t*> wiuisiauu me coio uns wiuiei you win nave 10 ^
^ build up you 1 blood, the best leiucdy to do it with is Dike's
* Hlood and Skin Remedy. Ciood t??i the whole family. *
Agent for 1 luylcr's rfl
I Dodson-Edwards Drug Co. $
Laurens, St)tith Carolina
1! Kasv To Break A Dollar I?
* . *
iaj but how 1i.ii11 In !?vl it lo??elhei ai;ain. line i
count. !l you pav b.\ > In i i \t>u ate not leiupted
t?> spend I he small amounts I he loose (hau|?c. J;
* Whv not deposit your raminie each mouth ??! *
one of the inanv advantage* <>l haviut' 1 hank ac
with tlm haul:
n 1 y a (luel; hook lo j? i\ \ <?u 1
' bilk, and have a complete iceuid ol vom 1 \p< 11 *
?f? (Iitun -. j*~
The Bank for Your Savings.
of 30c per bbl.
We have only one more car
of cheap flour. We will make
this week only.
Majestic liest Pat Flour,
White Swan Best Pat Flour,
Florena Half Pat Flour,
97 I -2c
at VVearc expecting 1000 Bushels of Texas
> Rust Proof Oats, while they last, we will
C sell at 65c, per bushel.
? Don't forget to see us about your
y Bagging and Ties.
I Laurens Wholesale
I Grocery Co.