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It You are on the lookout s
for something "useful" for
we want yo? tu know that a
Jewelry store is the best place
In tho world tj find It.
We have made special pre
paration for this happy Benson,
and whether you wish to spend
50 conts or $50 you will have no
difficulty in finding somothlng
here to exactly suit your taste
Wo shall bo glad to show you
our magnificent assortment and
to help you find exactly what
you aro look' g for.
Jno. W. Ferguson C. C. Featherstono
W. B. Knight
FERGUSON, FEATHERSTONE & KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
Prompt and careful attention given
to all business.
Office Over Palmetto Bank.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, S. C.
When you feet JiS?"?
vous, tired, worried or despondent it is a
rsure sign you need MOTTS NERVERINE
PILLS. They renew the normal vigor and
make life worth living. Be sure and ask for
Motfs Nenrerine Pill? BU&S
W1IUAM8 MFC. CO.. Prop*.. CUrelud. Ohio
LAUREM DRUG CO.
Laurens, S. C
OVfclR OS YEARS'
Anyone lending n nketrh nnd description may
quickly ascertain our opinion freo wnotlior an
Inreiitlnn la prohnlily pntonlnlilo. Coniniunlrn
tlonaalrlctlyoonililpiitlul. HAN0U00K on I'atcuU
?ent free, oldest aiiency for toouHpa patents.
Patent? takon through Miinii A Co. rocetye
tprrliil notice, without clinrKO. In tlio
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. T.arscst clr
rulailon of any srlontltle 1.ml. Terms, X ? a
yoar : four months, $1. Sold by ull nowsdealors.
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LCROSS HIlT NEWS I
j Cross Hill, Oct. 2t?Uev. G. M. Hol
llgsworth and Mr^ R. A. Austin at
tended the meatlng of Synod at Clin
ton last week. Mrs. Hollingsworth
and Mrs. R. A. Austin went over
Thursday and came home Friday.
Dr. J. H. Miller and Dr. K. W. Pin
son attended the meeting of surgeons
of the S. A. L. railroad In Washington
last Tuesday and Wednesday. Dr. Mil
ler was honored by being elected 3rd
Dr. J. D. Wltherspoon of Yorkville, j
was here last week looking after bus
Quite a number of Cross Hill people
attended the fair at Laurens last
Thursday and all think it was a suc
Miss Jesle Turner spent the week]
end with relatives in Greenwood coun
The friends of Mr. .lames L. Atohi
son will he sorry to know that he has
been quite sick more than a "week.
Mr. Gus Chapman of Saluda Old
Town was a Cross Hill visitor last |
Mr. Hall Fleming, of Ora was in
town on business Saturday.
There was quarterly meeting at the
Methodist church Saturday and
preaching Sunday by tho presiding
elder, Jtev. Mr. Roper.
Mr. F. P. McGowan, of Laurens. and|
Mr. Samuel McGowan, of Philadel
phia were visiting here Saturday.
3,(500 bales of cotton have been gin
ned here this season and 2,600 sold]
Miss Kate Austin, teacher at McCor
mlck, was with homefolka here Sun
day. She returned to her work Mon
Mr. It. A. Austin has received sum
mons to serve as Juror In the Federal
Court to be held in Columbia ttie 2nd
week in November.
Messrs 10. B. Pinson and Rufusl
Walker have the contract to build a I
handsome residence for Mr. C. D.
Nance, a short distance, from his pres
ent home. Mr. Nance is hauling the
material and the work will begin at
an early day.
Mrs. Sue Goodman has traded her
place just outside of the town limits
for Mr. J. B. Spearman's cottage and
lot on North Main street.
Eden, Oct. 23.?The Eden school Is
progressing nic?iy unter the manage
ment of Mr. Houston Babb. More pu
pils are being enrolled this week.
Mrs. F. W. Mahaffey and Mrs. Em
ma Reeves were in Fountain Inn Wed
nesday on business.
Several from this community wero
in Laurens Thursday for the fair.
Miss Sue Gray visited Mr. and Mrs.
John Curry of Babbtown Saturday.
Rev. E. V. Babb and his grandmoth
er, Mrs. Emily Goodt spent Monday
with Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Gray.
Mrs. George Knight and daughter
wero the guests of Mr. M. V. Holder
Mr. John Putman and wife visited
Mr. and Mrs. Mayor Sunday.
Mr. Stewart Mahon and wife vislt
sd Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mahaffey Sun
A real nice cloc k for only $1..">0.
S. M. & F. II. Wilkes & Co.
?J THERE IS BUT ?
ONE STATE FAIR
Make Your Arrangements to be in
FOR THE GREAT STATE FAIR
OCTOBER 30, 31 and
NOVEMBER 1, 2 and 3
THE BEST OF EXHIBITS
PINE hoksk RACING
i AUTOMOBILE RACES
A MODERN AEROPLAttE RIGHT Twice Each Day
FOOTBALL CONTkJIh. KINK ATTRACTIONS
IX kvi-flv RESPECT,
ATTRACTIVE, ChMP RAILROAD RATES
For Further ?ttfoi -nat ion, Address
J. Arthur Banks, Pre Bent. J. M. Cantey, Secretary
Cowtmbia, S. C.
FORGET YOUR TROUBLES AND COME TO
^_THE BT ATE FAIR._
SCHOOL LYCEUM COURSE.
RefoJred Number of Tickets to Make
It a Success Have not yet been Sold.
A list of those who have secnred
tickets for the school lyceum course
is found below. Supt. Jones states
that the list is not near as large as
that of last year and the outlook for
a financial success Is rattier gloomy.
Although the attractions this year will
he better than those of last year, (he
cooperation of the citizens has not
been as pronounced as it was last year
and the effect will be that the course
will not he as profitable. That is, this
will be the caae unless more people
come forward and subscribe to the
course. Wach attraction this year
comes on Friday and this fact should
be welcomed by the patrons of the
lyceum for it is generally more conve
nient to go that night than on others.
So. Mr. Jones has nsked that the peo
ple of the city come forward and aid
in the cause. In no other way could
money he spent, more profitably and
taking this in consideration and the
fact that attendance upon the course
will aid tlie work being carried on at
the school the list below should be
doubled by Friday night.
It might also be stated that the
Civic League will also receive some
of the prollts of the course.
The lrst attraction of the season
will be Friday night when Byron W.
King, who is already well known here
will lecture. Of the five attractions
remaining, four of them are musical
Prices double season ticktt, $5.00;
single season ticktts, $3.00; pupils
tickets, $1.50; general admission 75
cents, children 35 cents.
In addition to the names below, a
number have already signified their
intention of ouying season tickets. It
has not been convenient to see thorn
yet, but Mr. Jones hopes to hand their
tickets to them, before Friday. In
case he does not reach all who have
promised to take these tickets, he
would appreciate It if they would try
and see him.
The following have secured double
Dr. H. K. Aikcn.
W. II. Anderson.
10. O. Anderson.
Dr. Geo. C. Albright.
L. B. Blackwell,
J. Allen Harksdale.
11. G. Balle.
E. T. Babb.
Mrs. J. S. Bennett. -
n. A. Babb.
Mrs. T. N. Barksdate.
S. J. Cralg.
Mrs. M. L. Copeland.
.Tno. M. Cannon.
W. P. Childress.
Dr. J. A. Christopher.
D. A. Davis.
R. T. Dunlap.
Mrs. n. b. Dial.
Mrs. W. II. Dial.
Clyde T. Franks.
R. F. Fleming.
Dr. W. D. Ferguson.
W. L. Gray.
G. C. Gray.
M. H. Hunter.
L. O. Hiers.
E. S. HudRens.
Dr. R. E. Hughes.
C. E. Kennedy.
W. Q. Lancaster.
J. Lee Langston.
T. D. Lake.
Mrs. Geo. S. McCravy.
Rev. L. p. McGee.
w li. McPhail.
L. A. McCord.
C. M. Miller.
E. I*. Minter.
J. C. Owings.
Mrs. J. J. P1U88.
Rev. c. F. Rankln.
C. ii. Honor.
T. Mac. K?per.
J. A. Roland.
f. k. Sprnit.
I )r (sntore Sehayer,
\V. B. Sloan.
P. A. Simpson.
O. 15. Simmons.
J. f. Smith.
b. A. Sullivan.
.1. G. Sullivan.
Mrs. Lamftr Smith.
C. W. Tune.
Dr. J. H. Tongue.
.1. W. Tonipson.
J. F, Tolbcrt.
J. I). Watts.
RJ. II. Wllkes.
S. M. Wllkes.
?. ii. Washington.
Ross D. Young.
The following have secured either
single season or pupils seasons tick
Rev. E. C. Watson.
Mrs. T. D. Darlington.
.1. A. Harksdale.
J. R. KlohMberber.
Miss Jessie Thompson.
Miss Ella Roland.
Mr. J. Owings.
The ofher subscribers will pleaso
secure their tickets at once from B.
L. Jones, (ifanfiger.
John W. Rankiu, business manager
of Baker & Cattle's production of
George Barr McClutcheon's "Graus
tark" was in the city yesterday, com
pleting arrangements for the appear
ance of this delightful romance at the
City Opera House on Friday Novem
ber 3. Mr. Rankln is authority for
the statement that this Is one of the
best "Graustark" companies including
cast and production that has ever been
Bent out from the Baker and Castle
WHY HESITATE 1
An Offer That Involves no Money Risk
If You Accept It.
We are so positive our remedy will
completely relieve constipation, no
mutter how chronic It may he, that
we offer to furnish it free of all costs
If it falls.
Constipation is commonly caused by
weakness of the nerves and muscles
of the large Intestine. To expect, a
cure you must therefore tone up and
strengthen those organs and restore
them to healthier activity.
We want you to try Rexall Order
lies on our guarantee. They are eat
en like candy, and nre particularly
good for children. They seem to act
directly on the nerves and muscles of
the bowels. They apparently have a
neutral action on the other organs.
They do not purge or cause other in
colivenlece. We will refund your mon
ey if they do not overcome chronic or
habitual constipation and thus aid to
relieve the myriads of associate or de
pendent chronic ailments. Try Rexall
Orderlies at our risk. Three sizes,
10c, 2f>c, and f>0c Sold only at our store
?The Rexall Store. The I-.aurens
HHICH ESTER S PILLS
iW^j-^ TUR DIAMOND IUI A NO. ~
DIAMOND Hi: WO l'JLI.8, for ?a
years known as Best, Safest, Always RellaM*
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts,
prompt attention given to all business.
Piles! Piles. Piles!
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will euro
Blind, Bleeding and Itching riles. It ab
sorbs the turners, allays itching at once,
acts as a poultice, gives instant relief.
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment Is pre
pared for Piles and itching of the private
parts. Druggists, mall 60c and $1.00.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Props.. Cleveland. Ohio
LAUHENS DRUG ^0.
Lauren*, S. C.
is next of importance to thedoctor's
orders. Promptness means that we have the fresh
est and latest drugs right here in the compounding
department and that there is no need for unneces
sary waiting. Efficiency signifies that the very
highest skill is used in filling your prescription. The
combination of these two things is of the greatest
consequence in that cure. Ask your doctor.
Besides a well equipped compound
ing department, we have a large
stock of all the specialties usually
carried by every first class drug store
The Winter Wind Blows
And you must prepare now for the cold
weather that comes with it. You must have the
best of everything and in our line we have the
best when Low Prices and quality are considered.
Our line of=
Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats,
Millinery and Notions
Is the most comple that could be bought and our
Prices are the Lowest.
We quote just a few prices to show that we
mean what we say:
Men's -15.00 Suits .$0.08
Men's $20.00 Suits .$12.f>0
Men's best $1.00 Shoes .$2.08
Men's line Pants ....$1.10 to $-1.08
$.1.00 Men's Hats .$1.24
Children's $3.00 near Skin Clonks
Ladies' $5.00 Shirtwaist.$2.48
Ladies' $3.00 Skirts .$.1.98
Ladies' $2.50 Shoes .$1.98
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