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DEATH OF AN AGED CITIZEN.
Joseph Jerrj Passed Away Sunday at
Ills Home Near Madden.
Joseph Jerry, the well known Ger
man Citizen and farmer, died Sunday
morning at his home near Madden,
aged s:> years. Mr. Jerry had been
very 111 for more than a week with
a complication of diseases. Most of
the mem'ters if his family had been
Summoned home and were at his bed
aldo when the end came.
The burial service was held at Pros
pect church Monday morning at 1 I
O'clock and interment was made in
the family plot, beside the tomb of his
wife and other members or the family,
including Andrew Jerry, a sen. who
uas laid to re st just a week before.
The deceased is survived by one sou,
John ('. Jerry, several daughters and
Mr. Jerry came to this country :i5
or 40 years ago and located in Laurens
county, near the place which he sub
sequently bought and eventually made
one of the most valuable farms in the
MITH INTEREST IX FINE STOCK.
'?In S??we Fair, Oct. M to Nov. 4, Will
A it'tMl Cine I.OIblls to Col Ulli bin.
The nMng of live stock, which is
now moi led throughout the State,
win t . .-i ,? much attention at the
annual st n ? lair In Columbia in that
itttraeih i pi?> -? will h ? ofl ? red for
the i if si ,?t . pluceil in \ pens
In i e.
The eiitil .< in t! '?> d ?p'.irtnv 'it < i >se
October Anv ,ti! the rui*s ;tov
ernlng the <?< ; i sr tor honors is this:
"No barren . nlmal s'hr.ll be ilbiwed
to compete, aii> cow tiiree years old
or n\ er not :i . ?? li or milk will be
considered ba 11 ? n."
Prizes tire < it. rod for Devons. Dur
hams. Shorthorns, Rod Polled. Hero
fords, ?'.ich in tluir respective chisses.
For tho best cow three years old
and over In each of these ohnses f20
1? offered as a prise. There are a
number <?; >.th<r pri'/ci in the various
classes and ages. This department Is
under the maangement of J. A. Hanks
anil O. M. Watson, both experienced
cattlemen. In this department there
are special prises offered by the
American Hereford Cattle Breeders'
There is a sweepstakes premium", a
gold medal, offered for the best bult
and one for the best cow, any breed.
WOMEN GROW YOUNGER.
Vt hen Dandruff Goes und Hair Grows
Parisian Sage. America's greatest
hah restorer, will keep you looking
young and atttractlve.
It is guaranteed by Laurens Drug
Co. to make hair grow, and stop fall
ing hair; to cure dandruff in two
weeks; to stop Itching of the scalp al
Parisian Sage is the most Invigorat
ing, atisfying and pleasant hair dress
Jug made. It is not sticky or greasy,
:t m.'kes the hair soft, luxuriant and
idsome; it is especially praised by
,\ mien vho love beautiful hair. Pari
sian Sage is for sale by the Laur,ens
Drug Co. at .*>0 cents a Inrge bottle.
'I be girl with the Auburn hair is on
SOURCE OF GREAT WI.M.T1I.
Hogs to be a Feature at the Slate
The swine department ol the State
fair is to be under tho direction ol
B. Harris, former president of the
State Farmers' union, and now <uu ol
the Inspectors <f the department ol
feedstuffs. The prizes offered in the
swine department are $10 for the first
pri:-.-- and ? ."> for the see. n.l in each
of the following elnssoss Essex, Berk
shire, Poland China, Jersey-Durac. O.
I v.. Victorias. in each ot theno
ebiases the respective prh'.ea ?ro of
fered lor the lust boar over twi
years rid. < ne t< im-, vearst ovoi fp
months and under, iJ months ? iii.
th? i ??? i ?? :.. tin same ag**; the
ii ? ii. i : pigg, one hi each .? -v nr
ih i . :\ months Old anil the l?esl ill?
pi i\. not less than ii-n head Ihn
giving each exhlbitoi ol swln an oi
portunlty in seseral classes
There Is orte special cPifs Ii t Hi
heaviest South Carolina ralseo rwimd
The tair promises t? be Inrgei il
e\<r before, it begins Oeiobei I an?
Crtds November i Arrahgi ni"Ut>
have boen made t<> keep the gh und!
pi .i :.l night, and CuJniMlua is urC
paring to entertain tbc crowds.
A STEADY BRAIN.
* i, Kidneys Wanken Ibe Whole Rod)
Make Von III. Languid
f.tl k kidneys weaken the body
i . ,? ig t ie continual drainage of lifo
_ .. .. albumen from the blood into
I ? inc. and the substitution of pois
onous uric acid that goes broad-cast
through the system, sowing the seeds
ol disease. Loss of albumen causes
we >ess. langtinr, depression. Uric
poisoning causes rheumatic pain, ner
A'O - less, nausea, clicks in the hack.
_i. 1 and kidney stones. The proper
treatment is a kidney treatment, and
'.est remedy is Doan's Kidney
Pills. Great Lauren* cures prove it.
.i. T. Griffin, of Lnurens, s. C, says:
"Several years ago I was bothered by
a lame r.iid aching back. I heard so
mUCh about Dunn's Kidney Pills that
l . ? dded to give them n trial and
red a box at the Palmetto Drug
Co. I began using them according
to 1 ectlons and from the results re
:, I am willing to recommend
tb< ra, as I have no doubt that they
valuable kidney remedy."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
Foster-.Milhurn Co., Buffalo,
\'ev York, sole agents for the United
Tlemehioe'r the name?Donn s?and
:tafce no other.
With fine crops throughout the
ptatc and peace and plenty prevailing,
thef wlll be an unprecedented crowd
rit the State fair this year. The fair
.pens m Columbia October :t 1 and
ntinueS through November 4. Ar
rangements have been m ule to keep
fair grounds open at nlj?ht.
AT LAURENS, S. C.
STIRRED TO DEPTH
To be sold at Public Sale
by New York & St.Louis
stock to he Liquidated at Public Sale
Long Circulating rumors wore sud
denly confirmed by the tlrm's positive]
announcement to that effect. The news [
' has created !| Btlr among the local bus
i iness circles, and although long ex
i pected, came as a surprise to the many
I friends and customers of this well
known firm of W. H. Ashondorf.
To accomplish the huge task of dis.
posing of the $18,0.00 stock, the con
cern Is bending all efforts, and sparing j
no expense to thoroughly advertise
this event and as advertisements have
been sent broad-cast over a radius of
100 miles, an enormous crowd is ex
pected to attend this public sale. Vast
preparations are being made to accom
modate the expected masses. Scores
of clerks having been employed and
are now making Important changes
in the establishment to meet the de
mand; the entire building is now clos
ed and will remain closed until Thurs
day Octo. 20, when this unique mer
chantlle sale will commence.
Thousands of people from the sur
rounding country are expected to con
gregate during this glganlc carnival
of value giving, which will be held
there beginning Thursday Oct. 20 at
! '.? a in. Its tremendous size and won
1 tlerful extravagance can oly be be
lieved in the actual seeing. A great
many have already made up their
minds to attend, and not since the be
ginning of sales has an enterprise so
tremendous in si/.e been organized as
this one. Sensational features in all
the departments proclaim this event
to be of an unusual significance to the
public, and a glance at its list of at
tractions will lead one to believe that
the limit in size as well as in tre
mendous genuine bargains has bet 11
Fine Dog Exhibit.
The bench show la one of the
"great big" features of the annual
t State fair at Columbia. Everybody
loves a dog and the linesl breeds are
.. here fair week, iK'glnnln:? Oc?
; ?bor 31 and ending November l.
Prom a rrtero handful during the drst
year the bench show was put on the
?.-i of well brod canine* has in
creased wonderfully and twice have
the accommodations had to be en
larged on the fair grounds.
Four classes have been arranged
'or the bench show:
Class 1 ? Setters.
? 'lass 2?Pointers,
?Mass 4?follies and shepherds.
Dogs owner outside of the State, $t
entrance fee; except $2 in addition
will be charged for brood bitches
With puppies. Fees ale to be paid
when ontry Is mad -.
J. N. Klrvin is superintendent of
We offer One Hundred Dollars He
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
P. J. CHENEY & C, Toledo. O.
We, the undersigned, have known P.
J. Cheney for the last l"> years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions, and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm. Walding, Kliman At
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern
ally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 7.V. per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
With line crops throughout the
t?te and peace and p|cnt> prevailing
here will be nn unprecedente I erowd
t the State fair this year. The f.ih
? pens in Columbia October l und
ontlnues through November I. Ar
ingemehts have been made tu !<? ei
e fair grounds open at ulgh?!.
The pleasant purgative effect experi
enced by nil who use Chamberlain's ;
Stomach and Diver Tablets, and the
healthy condition of the body and mind
which they create, mak >s one feel joy
ful. Sold by LnureilS Drug Co.
Meet Your FrlCllds III t olninM i
There Is one time and one pine
tvhere everyone, w ho Is ..nv !..-.-\
meets his relatives and Irlends :i i
it the state fair, which will hH?
in Columbia, Octobci ::i nn?l S ???m
her 1, 2. 3 and -L The. ttroui a? ? it
bo open at night ibis \> .t
IT GKOWS H MW.
Here Are Facts ?e Hanl Von to Prove
at Our Risk.
Marvelous as It may seem. Rdxall
"03" Hair Tonic has grown hair oil
heads that were once Paid. Of course.
In none of these cases were the hair
roots dead, nor had the scalp taken on
a ? la zed shiny apeparance.
ROXall '93" Hair Tonic acts scientifi
cally destroying the germs which are
usually responsible for baldness. It
penetrates to the roots of the hair,
stimulating and nourishing them. . It
Is a most pleasant toilet necessity. Is
delicately perfumed, and will not gum
or permanently stain the hair.
We want you to get a bottle of Uex
all "93" iralr Tonic and use it as
directed. If It does not relieve scalp
irritation, remove dandruff, prevent
the hair from falling out and pro
mote an Increased growth of hair,
and in every way give entire satisfac
tion, simply come back and tell us.
and without question or formality we
will hand back to vou every penny
you paid us for it. Two Blzes, 60c and
$1.00. Sold only at our store?The
Rexall Store. The Laurens Drug Co.
BY BUYING YOUR
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, MILLINERY,
LADIES' SUITS, COATS, SWEATERS AND SHOES FROM
All we ask is for you to come and look at what we have for you
and get our prices and you will see for yourself that your dollar
WILL DO DOUBLE DUTY HERE.
36-inch Wool Panama.
36-inch Fancy Suitings, special.
54-inch Mohair, all colors,.
42-inch Striped Mohair.
36-inch Sea Island only.
Best Calico only . .
-Acts Dress Ginghams and Apron Ginghams at
White Apron .
LA DI RS' INDEUWEAll!
Heavy Rib Shirts .
Heavy Rib Bleached Vests.
Heavy L? leec.ee) Undershirts.
Children's Vests from. 10 els to
Children's Bants from . 10 cts t<>
Gun Metal button.
$4.00 Patent Leather button . j3j*>
$4.00 Tan lace .$3.45
Patent Lace, Box Calf and Gun Metal Shoes at Jy)
Box Calf and Vici Kid Shoes going at . J^O ,_|^
l!(>\- Calf and (inn .Metal Shoes for .
Plain Toes and Cap Toes Shoes for . j |Q
Men's Heavy Work Shoes!
Oil Grain and Kussel Grain Shoes .ji^o
Brogans, good values.J
Brogans, good value.ji^ j
Boys' Brogrtn Shoes . 1
Boys' Brodau Shoes for.
Boys' Kid Bin. in all leathers at
$ 1 ?5 to ty)
Counterpin .Special .
Counterpin Special .
Blankets all Wool from. $3.5010 S-1.75
Cotton Blankets 10-4 for. fig
Cotton Blankets 10-10 for. $r.oo to v^?) ?()
Ask to sec our line of Silks and Satins. You can
find just what you want.
All the new patterns in Ginghams, Percals, Planlettes
and Suitings at . lOctS, 12%CtS, 15c
Hand Bags, all Special from. 25Cts to $3.00
Just what von want in Hosiery for yourself and the
Women's Work Shoes!
Bon Calf .
Kant; Tip Bin.
Misses' and Children.*' Shoes in all leathers at c.t
25 cents, 50 cents, 75 cents, 85 cents and v l
Men's Drawers, 39c
Men's Shirts, . 39c
Men's Shirts. . 25c
Men's I )rawers, . 25c
Men's Sweaters . 50c
Men's Sweaters . 98c
Men's Work Shirts . 25c
Men's Work Shirts...
Men's ( k'cralls .
Men's < >vcralls .
Men's Handkerchiefs .... 05c
Men's Sox . 08c
Men's ('doves . 25c
Men's Gloves.... 5octs, ?*l OO
Sweaters and ('oats.
Sweaters, Ladies', Children's Misses, White, $f.2,5 to $5.00
Sweaters, Red, W hite and Bine in Misses for $!.OOt0$2.o0
Sweaters. Red, White and Blue in Children's 50c. to $1.00
Ladies' Patent Leather Belts, black and red, 15CIS to 25cts
Ladies' Patent Leather Belts, black and red, . socts
All the new things in Ladies' Neckwear from iocts to ?octs
LAURENS, SOt Til CAROLINA
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