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Meeting of Fair Association
A meeting of the Laurens County Fair Association will be
held in the Court House, salosday, .Monday, April 1st, at 11
All merchants, farmers, hankers, manufacturers, live stock
dealers, members of the live stock association, superintendent of
education, members of corn clubs and Jill others who are inter
ested are respectfully invited and requested to be present and
to co-operate in the efforts to make the county fair this year a
A full attendance is desired as tin* annual election of officers
and hoard of directors will take place and machinery put in mo
tion to make the coming fair better than the one held last year.
By order of the president and superintendent,
C. A. POWER,
Sec'y and Trcas.
WILL LECTURE FREE
s. M. ?V K. II. Wilkcs & (ompnuy have
Procured Noted Author, Traveler
and Lecturer t<> Speak to LnurciH
Messrs. S. M. & E. H. Wilkes &
Company have announced that they
have induced Hie world-wide humorist
"Cederine" Allen to come to Laurens
on April ISth to give Orte Of his lec
tures "Feeling, Folks and Foreign
Flights," This firm is goint; to foot
the entire hill for the lecture ami in
vites all the people of Laurens to ho
present to hear him. It will bo given
in the opera house, beginning at s:::i?
o'clock p. m
The lecturer was procured b>
Messrs Wllkos &Company partly for
advetrislng purposes, but this doe;
not mean llud it will he an advertis
ing lecture. Mr. Allen is a noted hum
orist, author and traveler and his lec
ture will be confined almost entirely
to subjects of Interest to any audi
ence, lie will give his experiences
and Impressions as a globe trotter and
as a student of human nature, Inter
spersing his remarks with humorous
touches that are bound to be pleasing.
?M eilcrino" Mien.
The Jamestown (N. V.) Evening
Journal has this to say of him:
"fjeorge I toy t Allen, known as
"fed..riii"" Allen, gave a most de
light travel lecture on ''Feelings,
Folks and Foreign Flights" in the I
auditorium of the V. M. ('. a. Friday
evening. Those who have read "It
Tickled Him." a travel hook by Mr.
Allen, found that the Bafn? peculiar
humor running through the book was I
also a distinguishing feature of the
leetuie. The audience was given the
full bone fit or Mr. Allen's observations
of life and customs In the Far East;
* * lie closed With a few words on
India, concluding with a story of a!
curio dealers who refused to sell ey*
on to the king of England on Sunday
The lecture was a good hour in length
ami was entertaining and instructive
Mr. Allen will also give a practical
demonstration of the parcels post In
WATCH vorn H AI It, L A 1)1 KS.
Uierfinl Vlcllnnce is the Price of Luxu?
riant and Ihidiuht Hair.
If dandruff germs are devouring the
nourishment that belongs to the hair
It will soon begin to fall. Further
more it will lose its life nnd lustre
and will become dull, faded and even
If you have any signs of dandruff
you ought to go right to your drug
gist today and get a bottle of PARI
SIAN SAQE. This delightful and re
freshing hair tonic Is guaranteed by
Laurens Drug Co. to kill dandruff,
stop falling hair and itfhlng Btalp or
money back. And It does Just what
It Is guaranteed to do and that's why
Its sales are so enormous the country
over. PARISIAN SACK Is the favor
ite of refined women. One bottle
l?roves its superiority.
B A UK SD ALE NOTES.
Bnrksdftle, March 2.".. ?Mrs. George
Browning and little daughters of
G?ldvillo arc the guest of Mrs. B. C.
Burns this week.
Miss Mac Porter and Dr. E, C. Ow
ens wore married last Thursday ev
er. Rev. H. L, Baggott officiating,
er. Rev, Mr. H. L. Baggott officiated.
The marriage was a very quiet one.
only the Immediate family of the
groom attended. The bride is an at
tractive and accomplished belle of
Pendleton. She is an A. B, graduate
of Winthrt p college. Rock Hill and is
at present engaged in teaching the
Barksdale school. Dr. Owens is a son j
of Mrs. Ellen Owens of Gray Court.
Ho is a very prominent veterinary
surgeon and has a large practice
throughout the county. Many con
gratulations go with this happy voting
couple. Mr. ami Mrs. Owens will
make their home with the groom's
Mr. W. \V, Veargin has been very ill ,
the past week, but is much better
Mr. Cecil Jackson Is recovering
from the measles.
The many friends of Miss Nancy ,
Corinne Putnam will he glad to know
that she is improving and will soon
he able to be out again.
Mrs. \V. \V. Veargin attended the
Porter-Owens marriage at Cray Court
on Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. I). A. Coloman of
Fountain Inn. visited Mrs. Coleman's
mother the past week.
Mr. Eugene Burns and mother, Mrs.
B. C. Munis were In the city shopping
last Thursday. I
Whereas it hath pleased Almighty
Cod, in His wise provderice, to take
out of the world the soul of our de
ceased brother, M. H. Fowler, and
his body has been committed to the
ground, and thereby hath been weak
ened the chain by which we are unit
? ?!. man to man; and
Whereas it is fitting that some rec
ord should be made of the hip" es
teem in which he was held b> his
brethren and of their sympathy with
his relatives and friends; now there*
Be it resolved by Palmetto Lodge
Number 10, A. F, M. of Laurens, S.
1st, That in the death of Brother
M. If. Fowler the lodge has lost a
true and efficient member, and we, a
trlod and trusty friend whose memory
we revere and whose loss we deplore.
2nd. That with his immediate rela
tives and friends Who are hoartstriok
eii at the loss all have sustained, we I
dooply, sincerely and most affection
ately sympathize In their ben ive
mcnt, and believing in the divine
truth of thO Fatherhood of God, we
WOUld remind them that He looks down
with Infinite compassion on them in
the hour of their desolation.
3rd. That a copy of these resolu
tions be spread upon the minute books
of the lodgo, and a copy suitably en
grossed be sent to the family of our
R. E. Babb.
M. L. Copoland.
Ml. L Nash.
For People Who Fat.
If you eat you need "IMgostlt." ft
aids dlgeGon, prevents distress after
eating, stops gas formation, relieves
indigestion instantly and cures dys
pepsia. "Digestif Is a little tablet
easy to swallow and absolutely barm
less. It has relieved thousands. Sold
on positive guarantee. Your money
back If you want it?f.Or.
Ask at B. F. Posey's.
The Best is the Cheapest
The Best is None too Good
Unless You Get Value for
Money Spent it is Wasted
Davis-Roper Company's Big Week
LAST WEEK WE ADVERTISED OUR SPRING
Thursday, Mar. 28th.
Extended to all a cordial invitation to attend. We think that it will pay you to come
and see the magnificent display. We will-have on exhibition the largest collections of Ladies',
Children and Misses' Hats ever shown. Prices Range from 25 cts to $.35.00. Of course we can
make any price Hat you may want.
Rest assured that we will have the most stylish things as well as the right prices for
your inspection. We will have also all the latest things in Ladies' Ready-to-wear, Ladies' Suits,
Dresses in all the Newest Fabrics, Silk, Lace, Serge, Htc. Beautiful line of Waists. A large
variety of piece goods. Silks, Serge, Worsteds, Laces, Embroideries and Dress Trimmings. Value
in every price named.
special?Ladies' silk dress In all tho now shades and .styles.
prices.$10.00 to $30.00
Special ? Ladies' voile dresses, hue and embroidery trimmed.
price . _$0.50 to $10.00
Special?Ladles' one-piece cream Berge dresses special values
.$0.00 and $6.50
Ladies cream coat suits, special value.$12.1)0, $15.00, $20.00
Colored suits, special volue .#17.00, $20.00 and $25.00
Ladies' linen auto coats, special .$3,00, $0.00, $7,60
Special?Lawn and lingerie waists ...,50c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00
Ladies' silk gloves. We have a splendid line in all colors.
Short silk gloves .50c
IG button silk gloves .$1.00
Princess slips, special .$1.00, $1.50, $2.00, and #11.00
Extra special values In ladies' silk underskrts, all colors $2.50 to $1
Fancy white goods for dresses and waists, values worth 15c and
20c. our special as long as they last.10c
Beautiful mercerized cotton voile, all the popular colors, extra
special value .25c
Tho new bordered silks for dresses in this season's best and new
est stylos and colors, worth $1,50 to ?-.o0 our special while they
Extra good values In wool materials for skirts and suits in blacks
and all the best spring shades, special values . .60c, 7.*?c, $1,00
Silk .50c, 7.'?c, and $1.00
Mercerized.25c, 85c and 50c
All the latest things in belts, belt pins, barrcttes and hair ornaments
SOMETHING <>, \ VS'I IMPORTANCE TO THE LADIES Vou
' in g\ here Just the kind of buttons, to match the material for your
?? . ? ilt bi wi 1st l">c and 25c p r dozen, NVn make them for you
you ha'vVj to d? I to bring the Knmplc of your dress null or
? arid give us lh<i lite of button you want.
I f f I \ I n oi l CK
i ? we know none
ve harder to please
on of the right stylos
TYLES FOR YOUNG MEN! We belieue that the New Spring Styles we are showing will exactly
? ihi average live young man. Neu Style;, New Lines, New Patterns from the great fashion
i-.d and tailored with a masters skill.
fi h w *pp.i >g 11 o i HKS,
beautiful, designed and tailored by the master
tailors we buy from?those who set the fashion
for young men. All high grade and guaranteed
by us and the maker.
NEW SPUING If A TS.
Our splendid line of new spring hats has
never been equalled by ub before. We have
taken special pains to select the most stylish,
most durable and the most reasonably priced.
.Ino. B. Stetson In all shapes?straw, yacht and
pnnama.$1.50 to $5.00
NEW SPUING SHI UTS.
All tho latest styles and the most beautiful
patterns. Our Uno Of shirts embody all the
now color.-,, designs and shades that will hn
worn this year In the fashion centers. 50c, $1.00,
Our neckwear department Is the pride of our
store. Ilere you will find a combination of
beautiful designs, finest ounllty and reasonable
price. Wo ask your careful Inspection of our
line, for wo are certain thnt you can select ex
actly what you want. Prices from 25c to $1.00