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Last Wednesday, October <5, Mrs.
Margaret (ioodwin. or Aunt Pod", as
she is a ffeel innately known to all.
celebrated her ninetieth birlhduy.
The day was inn do tin- occasion of a
big reception and picnic, about sixty
of her relatives and friends assembling
at her bom.' with well tilled baskets
and a nice collect ion of presents for
the honored hostess. All lite guests
greatly enjoyed the day and Aunt
fed" declared it one of the happiest
occasions of her life.
Among those present were Mr. and
Mrs. hid Will Cunningham of Carters
vllle. (In.. Mr. Cunningham being the
only nephew of Mrs. (ioodwin to enjoy
this unusual occasion. However,
there were quite a number of other
distant relatives present
.Mrs. (Ioodwin is the widow of the
late Itoberl (ioodwin ami the mother
of I). P. (Ioodwin. former state sen
ator from this county and a prominent
fa i nter of I bis seel ion.
The writer has known Mrs. (Ioodwin
all bis life, and can truthfully say that
she has always been one of the best
women he over knew. Il.-r life has
been i benediction to those of her
community, and in sickness or other
misfortune to befall friends or neigh
bora "Aunt red" was m vor merely a
sympathetic friend inn one rendj ami
willing to assist in every way possible
tint it the lullrmities of her advanced
years and a recent misfortune whic h
befell her. prevented further efforts
and energies in i his direct ion. Sonn
time ago she fell ami dislocated her
hip, in consequence ol which she is
now unable to walk at all I udor
the burden of this alllction, however,
she continues cheerful as any young
person, a line spirit and consecrated
Christinil Hoi mind is active and
apparently as good as ever. May she
live to eiijot additional anniversaries
of her birthday.
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I.aureus. It. P. I). No. \1.
October I 2, 1000.
Revival Mod lugs December Isl.
It is a n mm need that beginning on
December ist. a scries of revival meet
ings will be hold at ihe Pirsl Presby
terian, church of this city, conducted
(>r. .1. Ci nest Thnckor, general evan
gelist of the Southern Presbyterian
Words to freeze the Soul.
"Your Sim has consumption. in
case |S hopeless." These appalling
words were .spoken (o Ooo. It. Pievens,
u leading merchant of Springfield. N
by two export doctors one a lung
specialist. Tlo u was shown the won
derful power of l>r. King's New His-,
oovory. "After three wicks' use."
writes Mr. fllovotis, "he was as well
as ever. I would not take all the
money In lim world for what it did
for my hoy " Infallible for Coughs
and Colds, n Is the safest, surest cun
for desperate I.ting diseases on earth.
f.Oc. and $1.00. The Lauren- Drug
Co. and the Palmetto Drug Co gunr
ant co satisfaction, Trial hoi tie free,
All Fire Insurance
Companies are Good
and any policy is all ti.olit it" you
(lo not have a fire.
Wllcil you lifive a fire, how
ever, a properly written policy in
a good company is the one you
should have. Better sec ilbotll
this matter before (he fire occurs.
There tire n<> better com?
junies In the. count i y (hail (he
National I'irc huuirauce CD., (.t
HatU'otd and I'lte V "; ili' ii id
Philadelphia, tfpn seoU'd lr
}? J. Adams
at Bank of Laurens
< II \ Itl.l STON MUSIC PKSTIVAI*.
< ? i-? ill Preparations For Event This
Mandl In I'll) II) Till' Sou.
Charleston is making great prepa
lions for the entertalnnient of liun
ilroils hi visitors from all parts of
South Carolina during the week be
The special feature of I tin week will
bo a series of live musical concerts,
fen I it res of which promise lo surpass
anything of the son ever altempleil
in Ibe south, The Kassian Symphony
orchestra, un organization of fifty
high-class musicians, conducted by
Modes! Altsclllller, has been engaged
and i he services of soloists of ability
and special fitness for the musical
numbers lo be given have been con
Tin- Itussiaii Symphony orchestra
has never I,' lore visited the south hut
during i he lasi two years Iis fame has
been spreading throughout the east
and west, Us journey across the con
tinent las? spring lo (he Pacific coast
was marked by a chorus of enthusias
tic praise, and critics in New York,
Itoslon, Pitlsblirg, Cleveland. Detroit.
Los Angeles, San Francisco and doz
ens of other cities have proclaimed
A chorus oi one hundred male
voices and one of one hundred and
llfty female voices have been organ
ized ami the immense auditorium of
the new Charleston museum Is being
specially Ott oil up for Ihe occasion.
A Hind oi six thousand dollars has
been promised by leading business
men of I he city to assist in defraying
the expensl s uf this great festival.
Numerous oilier amusement feat
ures are in bo provided. King street
is to he made the most brilliantly
illuminated thoroughfare in the south.
Pho score of torpedo boats ami sub
marines ol the Atlantic Torpedo Koat
Hot ilia will he returning to their home
station nl Ihe navy yard here and it
is hoped to have other naval nttrtlC
Charleston is never more ntlrilCtlve
thai) at this season of Ihe year and
(the business and professional men of
ihe pity are united in the determina
tion lo make Ihe present undertaking
la splendid success, one which will be
I thoroughly enjoyed by Ihe host of vis
itors whom they hope to have the
ple.-e are of entertaining.
CHARLESTON AND WESTERN CARO
Arrival ami Departure of Trains, I.aureus,
UPPKCTIVM AI'KII. I. 1 !>?9.
No. 1. Leave Augusta.10:10 am
No. l. Leave Laurena. 'i-.'.vs. p m
No. 1. Arrive Spartanburg. . 4:05 p ni
No. ?">. Leave Greenwood. . 6:60 a m
No. fi. Leave Laurens. 7:">f? a m
No. .i. Arrive Spartanburg. 9,80 am
No. ?>:'.. Leave Qrecnvillo, ... 12:20 p m
No Arrive Laurens. 1:46 pm
No. "so. Leave (ireenville ... 4j80 |? in
No. So. Arrive Laurens. 0:26 p m
No. Leave Spartanburg . 12:20 p m
No. 2, Leave Laurens. 2:"'2 p m
No. 2. Arrive Augusta. 0:16 pm
No. 0. Leave Spartanburg 6:00 p m
No. 0, Leave Laurens.6:36 p m
No. Ii. Arrive Greenwood .... 7:60 pm
No.*87. Leave Laurens. 8:10 am
No.'ST. Arrive (Ireenville . . . 10:20 a m
No. ?>:'.. Leave Laurens. 2:a"f> p m
No. 52. Arrive Greenville .... 4:00 p m
rrnins "sil ami *X7 daily except Sunday.
I'M weekly through Pullman Parlor
Car Service bei weep Augusta and
Nshovtlle on (rains Np,sj. \ and $2
Ninth bound. Tuesdays, Saturdays;
Southbound, Mondays, Wednesdays
t il 0A8QUR Agent.
Laurens, S. C.
G. T. HKV.W. den. Agt..
(ireenville, s. c,
\ VV, VS'OI'JIISOM, Oen. Supt..
KllNIOST WILLIAMS. 0. P. A..
Dr.King's New LlfoPllls
Tha heat in the world*
IM SINKSS COOR AT l'HOSS HILL. !
Much Cotton I? llelug Marketed \t
That IMiicc Other Items.
Cross Hill. Oct. 11 Dr. C. II. Young
left last Tuesday for Hnltiinore d> en
ter a medical college.
Mr. Lambert Nnuoe has gone in en
ter Ihe Atlanta Menial college.
Little Miss Ruth, i In- ll-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .1. I). Heeks,
celebrated her sixth birthday last
Saturday. Quite a number of little
girls were invited to spend the after
noon; all had a line time.
Mr. Me Du 111 o Cnlvert who was re
ported very ill last week died Momla\
Miss Liln Bird of Columbia is visit
illg Mr. and Mrs. It. I). Nam e.
Miss Tabbie Turner has gone to At
lanta to accept a position as stciio- 1
grapher. William Tell, her brother,
also has work in the "flute City".
Quite a largo number of ladies at- |
(ended Miss l.ida lludd's milliners !
opening last Friday and Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. <!. Drown of Ninot}
Six visited their daughter, Mis .1 i;
WllCUt, last week.
Mr. Henry Coleman has sold his
home and farm to Mr. Thomas Carter;
Mr. Carter sold his home place to Mr.
Ii. R. Owens, and Mr. Owens sold his
house and lot to Mr. W. I!. Fuller.
Last Saturday was another busy day
in the cotton market here; more than
one hundred hales were sold. The
present price of cotton is encouraging
to farmer and merchant. The col
lections ami sales of one It rill la I
Saturday amounted to more than i"
ono. Business is good.
The State Fair.
Visitors to the stale lair this year
Will have ail Opportunity of seeing Ihe
nation's chief. President Taft conn-.,
to Columbia on Saturday, November
?J. the lasi day of the fair The fair
starts on November l ami continues
for six days. Special features of Ihn
gala occasion will he education day,
the CleniHon-Caroliua football game,
increased exhibits and im i y other
things secured for tbo pleasure ami
entertainment of the visitor:-.
The Rest Plaster.
A piece of llaunel dampened with
! Chamberlain's Liniment and bound on
to the affected parts is superior to any
plaster. When troubled with lame
- hack or pains in the side or chest
give it a trial and you are certain to
be more than pleased with the prompt
relief which It affords. This liniment
also relieves rheumatic pains ami Is
certain to please anyone suffering
from that disease. Sold by the Lull
rens Drug Co.
8 Young Men's Fall Suits
f Exclusive Styles and Fabrics at
$15, $18, $20 and $25
.?i j i ., i.i. I'kr?, l?y i.. ,\ Ol. KK, |IK?
\l tin C pi ,C( ?? V.. ofl'l 1 Voll tll< ; jU .lit >l lit it ll
int; value obtainable in tlii^ eity. ICvery model
tvpilics perfection in stvle, finish :nid tit. The
models run from Ihe semi extreme t.> tin- eousei
vative in rut. to please all those who want some
thing stUarl, distinctive, at is*toctatic 1 *??.?K111<.? at
model ale eo: I.
Von will find tin' I titties unti n il in pattern
.nid i|ualit\ , exclusive we i\t ? ol pure worsteds and
e.ts iinetes everyone especial I \ woven fot oui
young inen' i loihi \ nit will mal <? uu inistal.e
in selecting in \ i 'in Hi tin I- J vi? 1 Suits at s? i ,, $ t 8,
tyi'O and $ ! .. il \ > >u want a teal In fashionable suit
foi general i i \ i< e iud Ihe greatest |..ihle value
lot \iir.i tnonev. \l least eonte and see the large
uira\ <il fahrte and (he m.hin uiflN styles.
Who'll th ink us lot Ihe lip.
& I lie Reliable Store
Lanrens, S. C.
1 want the public to stop and think!
And stop and think is what the public
S i X oi > Suits
$ 10.00 Skirts
Wtticoats at S il? l
Dress Goods and
Pine lino of Suitings in tin- lato 1
sinnlos of given, rod, blue und fancy
if they will gfet in touch with
my way of doing* business.
K NEW STORE, NEW MET
All colors Drapery
i2*c Cambric Oc
26c Window Shades it,
I contend thai w hen you spend a
dollar you are entitled to a dollars
worth, and it is the policy of this store
lo irjve you a Bid DOLLARS worth.
Try me and let my prices talk for
..on W01 ? t.-.j I'jtrii
1.'. i'. 1
Men s Shirt s
7?c Shirt ?? r.?e :">bc Shii 11 ::'.ie
line Shirts llle 7fii' Worl: Shirt? i lo
niie VVorli Shirts H'.io
Prices quoted here are
money Savers for you
Men' Heavy (lose lo
<.'ioil llickorv Shirting tl|p
Men's$2.1)0 Wool 1 oat Sweati'i* 1 Si :iti
lto\ ' .-' I.? .0 \ aim- ~'.i<
I >o\ 's 1 )eparl nietit
l?g line of |i<
Uncle rwea t
1 rid V.'.e
Sells it Cheaper.
rian W ho Cuts
Some Iii;; Karsains in
Our Slice Department
For Men, Women and < 'liildien.
Men's $rh(Mj viil io.h s.'i.M
Women' ? i.flG
111?: ss?;lls it < ?ikapkr
2 doors west of Posl Office*
.aureus, S. C.