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ss, as is Bow- The; Times, C. R'. Miller?always a
Augusta Her- good friend of the South?was one
ningham E. W. of the many prominent visitors who
-Herutd. and came here from the North as the
^tor Hanson, guest of Henry Grady and my father,
singing the the late Evan P. Howell, two pioneer
y so success- warhorses for Southern progress.
11 the world Mr. Miller came to see If all the
1 that magic things he had heard about the South
?e?.enry Watter- were really true. I was a college
?son?tho plon- boy at the time, and I recall that I
All giving the came over to the formal opening of
t he did when tho exposition?and Just here let mo
went to build- add that upon finishing my college
-nverftil partner course, I went to The Times to serve
<n Bruce Hal- my Journalistic apprenticeship, for
marvelous which good fortune 1 will ever bo
d father, grateful. '
Memphis Tremendously significant from a
il, Sonu- political and economical standpoint
B. St.m1.- is the growing Independence of the
rennesse- Southern press. We are parting with
^r, George the traditions of the past, where they
'ttnnoogu are fetiches and preserving only
News? those fit to survive. We are learning
?i.rnal?? toleration, "free speech, the privilege
doing I of uttering one's convictions. Where
one In i this maytf ultimately lead politically
jonvllie I do not undertake to say. But 1 do
te of the
know that this great, new, vital qual
ity, born of what may be called the
Smith's renatlonalizatlon, is another
of the forces molding the South of
tomorrow. To their credit be it said,
e purposely I the more progressive newspapers in
Oohs boys the South, realizing the relation of
measured by1 aUsol?te independent to ojevelop
tbey have no- inent and prosperity, are encouraging
.nith they would this tendency by every means at their
iiese three s< if- command.
grew up with I No summary, of Southern accom
. they have im- pllshment and Southern outlook
.c enthusiasm to would be complete without reference
. Southern industry j to the recent phenomenal develop
in y have been connect- ment of general manufacturers. Al
uide national reputation ' most Inexhaustible sources of water
power, plenty of coal and ample rail
road transportation, together with
ne of the New York j abundance of raw material for al
e few at the top of most every industry, are giving birth
atest newspapers to innumerable manufacturing entor
i are in control of prises destined ultimately to rival
edger?and all of agriculture as a producer of revenue
'tow to do these and to keep In the sections millions
?i Chattanooga, now annually leaving It Tor finished
counted as commodities,
e cause of
i, for that
anooga Time1? and The
nd now Adolph has
IT'S EQUAL DON'T EXIST.
No ono has ever mado a salve, oint
ment or balm to compare with Buck
len's Aruica Salve. It's the one perfect
healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Bruises,
Sores, Scalds, Boils, Ulcers. Eczema,
Salt Rheum. For Sore Eyee. Cold
Sores, Chapped Hands or Sprains Its
supremo. Unrivaled for Piles. Try it.
Only 25c at Laurens Drug Co., and
I'almotto Drug Co.
M we buy and seix Jjf
& REAL ESTATE! S
House and Lot, known as the T. H. M/S
ITj Nelson Place, on West Hampton St. A ?YJ
pjjj good lot and nice house with eight rooms.
LH Modern improvements. Fer quick sale LTJ
KK| at a bargain. fcKf
100 acres land, known as Mrs. Dolly jJ?jl
JVj Franks' place, 35 to 40 acres in cultiva- Fjfj
tion, balance in original forest, one good !JV5 j
mT tenant house, near Greenville and Lau
^* rens road, 4 miles from Laurens. A very ^
fffo desirable piece of property. ?See us at rfS
jjN once. UJ
|A4 Nice house and lot on Martin Street V]3
ffo near South Harper Street. Ks?
v?j List your property with us. We IjM
think we know values in City and fyt
County Property: feM
$ Home Trust Co. |
LM N. B. DIAL, C. H. ROPER, CQ
?mS President. Sec. & Treas. VlX?
UJ LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA
Piles! Piles! Piles!
?Williams' Indian Pilo Ointment will euro
Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles. It ab
eorbs the tumors, ulluys Itching nt once,
nets ns a poultice, gives instant relief.
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment Is pre
pared for Piles and Itching of the private
parts. Druggists, mall Wc and $1.00.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Props., Cleveland, Ohio
LAUHKNS DUTJG cO.
1.aureus, S. C.
CURED IN SO MINUTES WITH
?3*^ Cured qutcklv. Take no substitute.
60c bv mail or express from Muul.,
Dr. L. J. Sharp A Co? Commerce, Ge_
or 50 from druggist*.
[Laurens Drug Company
Laurens, S. C.
Anyono -ondtni/ n sketch nnd description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Invention Is probably piilontiiblo. <'t>iiiimiiilon.
tlonsatrlctlyronllilondiil. HANDBOOK on Patent*
?ent fi ?Mi. Oldest aucney for socurniK patonts.
Patents takon through Munn A Co. rocolre
tpecial notice, without Obgrge, tu tho
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest cir
culation of any srlonlluc Journal. Term-, 13 t\
roar: four mi-nth*, SL. Hold by all newsdealer*..
MUNN&Co.36,B'"d^ New York
, Branch Office-. G26 V 8U Washington. D. C
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts,
prompt attention given to all business.
F, BIG SHOW
? the whole Family and buy your Winter Goods and enjoy the Sav
s this Week NeV Ooinjr On. Admission Free. Kum and see.
2k NoV Going
from a. Vjkta values
line to select
? watch for.'.?Sc
eight day clock .$1.07
' >rm clock.60c
filled watch, guaranteed by J. C.
ir ... .$9.98, *j |.89 and $14.75
? guaranteed for Id years $1.25
.'.II?, 25c, 48c
. for .lue
a (10 lbs) best mad.- only 25e
,nck baking powder.He.
uok baking powder .Ic
alts (worth 30c) for.lOc
; for service and dress and re
Iron Hacket soils it for less.
,?s, $?.:io, $7.50, s.os, ?10.00, (12.50
>r the $20.00 kind.
at keep yon warm and dry and
Is look at yon on the sly. Now buy.
$7.75, ni> to $12.89 for $15.00 kind
from Missouri come and we will
ig wool scarfs for 25c, 80c, 18c up to
.10 $1.25 kind,
.?y special values in ladles and chll
hatB and the price Is so low you'll, Just
.like buying two hats when you see thotn.
and let us show you through these lat
jreatlons. Ab o ladles suits, skirts and long
I You can save lots of money here,
drv for the whole family 5c, 8c, 10c, 18c,
4? 10c, 28c.
:?.0(I0 Pairs Men's Pants
If you buy your pants here you will have mon
ey left to put in the pockets.
$1.2.r> pants, our price.Ose
$1.75 pants, our price.$1*80
$2.50 pants, our price.$1.08
$3.00 pants, our prico ./ ,.$2.48
$4.00 pants, our price.$8.80
$5.00 pants, our price.$!i.so
$7.00 pants, our price.$5.80
Min line of boy's knee pants. Latest styles at
isc. G9e, 88c-, 98c and pp to.$1.80
We have the biggest line of hoys sluts ever
shown in (.?aureus and every boy can dress up
hero from Ose, $1.89, $1.98, $2.48, $8.24, $3.97,
$4.98 up to $6.89 for the 7.00 kind.
Mothers bring the hoys to lted Iron Racket and
dress them up and you will make money. Mon
ey saved is money made.
10c cake casino buttermilk soap for.5c
1 box, cakes nice toilet soap.10c
7 big cakes laundry soap for.25c
12 cakes laundry soap.25c
3 sticks good luck bluing.5c
10c lb lump starch for.5c
25c can Colgatcs, alrfloat talcum powder . ,l.">c
15c can alrfloat talcum powder .I Or
10c bottle leuiou, vanilla extract .Sc
1 lb sulphur, worth 10c. for .5c
We beat the world on hats, men's and hoys hats
Hats 48c, 60c, 08c, $1.24, $1.89, $1.18 and $1.08
for a $2.50 hat. $2.24 buys a $3.00 hat and $8.80
buys a $5.00 .lohn II. Stetson hat.
ind Avoid the Rush, Admission is Free.
jds for Less Money
Jreenville, Spartanburg and Qreers, S. C.
J. C. Burns & Co.