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As Judge at Neu berry He is Among
His Friends.
Ti?e Newberry Observer, a paper
which is always judicious iu its com
pliments, says:
' Col. Jno. W. Ferguson, who 1? pre
siding here over the equity court this
week, is a former Newberrian and is
among bis friends . He taught school
several years in this county, and many
a man and woman is wiser and better
for the instruction and training re
ceived at his handg. Col. Ferguson
married a Newberry lady, Miss Mary
Dorroh, a daughter of Dr. Win. M.
Don*oh?the father and daughter are
both dead. Col. Ferguson began the
{>raotlce of law at Laurens soon af;er
eaving Newberry and has been emi
nently successful, ?and is regarded as
one of the safest and soundest practi
tioners at the bar in South Carolina."
Notice To Subscribers.
For some reason or other subscribers
to The Advertiser have been slower
in paying their subscriptions this fall
than ever before in tho life of tho pa
per. Meanwhile the cost of producing
the paper is no less than heretofore
and many expenses are heavier. The
prospect is discouraging. The Ad
vertiser therefore hopes that tho
many whose subscriptions are due will
be prompt to send their money or bring
it. Nothing would give greater pleas
ure than to furnish a free paper but it
is absolutely impossible.
Those who wish to have the Semi
Weekly News and Courier and The
Advertiskr?threo papers a weet:?
can got them through The Adver
tiser for $l.fiO for both papers. tf.
To save a life, Dr. T. G. Merritt, of
No. Mehoopany, Pa., made a startling
test resulting in a wonderful cure. He
writes, "a patient was attackod with
violent hemorrhages, caused by ulcera
i imi of the stomach. I had often found
Electric Bitters excellent for stomach
and llvor troubles so I prescribed
them. The patient gained from tho
first, and has not had an attack in 14
months." Electric Bitters are posit
ively guaranteed for Dyspepsia, Indi
gestion, Constipation and Kidney trou
bles. Try them. Oaly 50 cents at Lau
rens Drug Co. and W. W. Dodson.
Sick headache, backache and all
Rheumatic Pains destroyed by Our
Now Discovei'y. A guarantee with
each bottle at Laurens Drug Co., Dr.
Dodson's and Young's Pharmacy.
Price $1.00.
At a recent meetiug of Chest
out Ridge Ohuroh, the following
resolutions were passed :
Whereas, the Rev. B. J. Wood
ward has severod his connection
with us as Preacher and Pastor, to
go to other Heids of usefulness in
the service of our common Mas'er.
Be it therefore resolved?
1. That it is the sense and feeling of
Chestnut Ridp.o Baptist Churob, that
Bro. Woodward!* loss to us is almost ir
reparable, and that it is with deep sorrow
and regret wo yield to his deoision in this
2. Ho has greatly endeared himself to
us as friend, Brother, Pastor and true
Preaohor of righteousness.
3. Wherever directed ho has our love,
prayers and best wishes, praying the
groat Qod, tho head of the church, go
with him and his, blessing thorn, and
giving him physical and spiritual strength
to labor long in the service of our Lord
and Saviour Jesus Christ, in which ho so
much delights, until the suminoas, "It is
enough?oome up higher."
4. The Clork is hereby instructed to
furnish Bro. Woodward with a copy of
these Resolutions, as evidence of our love
and appreciation of services rendered is
our midst. Ho also will furnish a copy
to each uf our County papers, aud our
two denominational paper?, namely, Tho
Baptist Courier and South Carolina Bap
list, with a request to publish tho same.
ltoppectfully Submitted by tho
A "8URe"THING" "
It is said that nothing is suro ex
cept death and taxes, but that is not
altogether true. Dr. l?lng*ft New Dis
coveryjfor Consumption is a sure cure
for all lung and throat troubles. Thous
ands can testify to that. Mrs. C. 13.
VanMetro of Shepherdto*u, W. Va.,
says: "I had a severe oase of Bron
chitis and for a year triedoverything I
heard of, but got no relief. One bottle
of Dr; King's Now Diecovery then
cured me absolutely." It's Infallible
for Croup, Whooping Cough, Grip,
Pneumonia and Consjmptlon. Try it.
It's guaranteed by Laurens Drug Co,
and W. W. Dodson. Trial bottles froe.
Regular sizes 50 oents and $1.00.
Ladles union suits, also undervosts
and drawers at prices that you can't af
ford to inles.
Davis, Roper & Co.
The Same Mistake is Made
by Many Jhaureus
It's a common error
To plastor the aching hnck,
T<> rub with liniments rheumatic
When the trouble comes from tho kid
Dean's Kidney Dills euro all kidney
And are endorsed by Laurers citizens.
Robart Sexton, wheelwright and
blacksmith, of 202 Iiaureus Street,
says: ''I can recommond Dean's Kid
ney I'llls for what they did for me.
They cured mo of a very severe case of
backacho from wh'ch T bad suffered
greatly and could lind no rollef. A
nasty dull aching across the lions both
ered me day and night, and whou
through wi'h the business cares of the
day to go to bed and get a good night's
sleep was something I had not been
able to do for a long tlmo. Tbo secre
tions from tho kidneys gavo me trou
ble, were dark colored, strong and full
of sediment and disturbed my rest at
night on account of their t-0 frequent
action. I used numerous medic'nes and
wore plasters without beneficial re
sults. Seeing Doan's Kldnoy Pills ad
vertised I wont to the Palmetto Drug
Co.'s Store and got a box. The chango
for the better was noticeable almost at
onco, and since using two boxes of
them according to directions my back
has not ached, tho secretions have be
come normal and I do not bavo to get
up at night at all. I feel fifteen years
younger than I did before I used Doin's
Kidney Pills.
For sale by all dea'ers. Prico r>0
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
N. Y., solo ogonts for the United
Remember the name?Doan's?and
take no substitute.
Seo those now lemonade and water
sets. Vorv latest. shapes and decora
Chamberlain's Stomaoh and Llvor
When you feel dull after oatlog.
When you have no appetite.
When you have a bad taste in the
When your liver is torpid.
Wh?n your bowels are constipated.
When you have a headache.
When you feol bilious
They will improve your appetite,
cleanse and iuvigorato your stomach,
and regulate your liver and bowols.
Price 50 cents per box. For sale by
Laurens Drug Co.
For elek headache try Chamberlain
Stomach aud L'ver T ablets; they wi
ward oil' the attack if taken in time.
The best that money can buv should
bo your aim In choosing a tnediolne.and
this is Hood's Sarssparllla. It cures
when others fail.
Executor's Sale.
By virtue of a Decree of the Court of
Common Pleas in the case of William
C- Irby, Jr.. Executor, Plaintiff, against
Nannio M. Irby, ot. al., Defendants, I
will sell at public outory to tho high
est biddor, at Laurenp, C. II. S. C, on
Sa'esday In Decembor next, being tho
7th dav of th? month, the following lot
of land: All that lot of land In the City
of Laurens, bounded by Harper Street
on tho East, Academy Street ou the
North, Chestnut Stroot cn tho Wo3t,
and lands of tho estate of E. M. Caine
on tho South, containing 23 acres, be
ing tho homo placo of tho lato J. L. M.
Irby. I will soil in lots or in entirety,
announcement to ba made on dey of
William C. Ikiiy, Jr ,
Nov. 10.h?td.
Notice to Trespassers.
We forbid anyono to bunt, llsh, walk
or rido over our lands in any way.
M T Simpson,
Henry A Coleman,
J Wash Williams.
G M Hanna,
P B Watts,
W C Kasor,
J E Loaman,
S A Leaman,
(Mrs.) Nannie Davenport,
(Mrs.) Nannio Williams.
The HUB can fit out Ladies Fashionably from Tip to Toe.J
Whatever we offer is stylish and correct, as well as reasonably]
priced. Remember that this store is devoted exclusively to wo
man's wear; and that all our time and thought are concentrated!
on this one specialty. Is it any wonder we please so many woman]
so well.
44- ineh Zibelines, newest
shades, 75 cents.
38-inch Covert Cloth, very
swell, 50 cents.
45- inch Black Sicilian, fine
and firm, 50 cents.
36-inch Cashmeres, both black
[and colours, 25 cents.
27-inch French Flannels, warm!
and pretty, 10 cents, and hosts ofl
other fabrics from the simplest"
Domestic up to the finest Silk
Exquisite Dress Trimmings,]
including Wood Silk Cluny La-|
ees and Silk Fringe Medallions,
10 cents to 75 cents per yard.
Torchon and Valenciennes,
cents to 25 cents.
Ladies' Jersey Ribbed Under-I
wear, cotton, 25 cents and 50 cts,|
a garment.
Ladies' Union Suits, the acmtj
of comfort, 50 cents.
Misses Union Suits, only 25J
Ladies' Wool Ribbed Under-!
wear, very fine, 75 cents a gar-j
Ladies' Fast Black I lose, extra]
value at 15 cents.
Thompson's Glove-Fitting Cor
sets, 50 cents to #1.00, and equal
ly excellent values in all elscl
that woman wears, especially
Shoes and Millinery.
Sale of Bank Stock.
Ily authority given by an order of O.
G. Thompson, Judga of Probate I will
soli before the Court IIouso door on
Silesday in Docembor next, bolne the
7th day of the month, within the legal
hours of sale, two share? of stock of
tho National Bank of Laurens, S. C,
said stock being of tho par value of
one hundrod dollars per share.
Terms of sale?Cash.
Wilmot Smith,
Administrator of John R. Smith, dec'd
Auction Sale.
Will soil at Woodruff, S. 0., Tues
day, December, 15, 19011. at 2 o'clock p.
m., to the highest bidder, ono two
story brick store corner of Main and
Georgia streets, 20 x 00 ft. with lot in
tho rear 25 x 25 ft. Also vacant lot ad
joining store on Main streat 80 x 125
feet. Also vacant lot on Georgia street
22 x 60 feet. Terms cash.
j. W. Martin,
November, 10,?4t. '
? - - - i.?
We want people to look; we ask them to look. It is the care
fill, discriminating buyers that we seek most, for when we
gain their custom we have it for good. Holiday time
is a trying time. The matter of choosing Gifts is
a worry to all of us. Seeing helps the choos
ing, and we ask everybody to see what
we carry. Take all the time you
want, make all comparisons you
like. We have gifts for
every member of your
family, at prices that
will iiiake a little
money go a
long ways.
All land owners in Laurens County
are hereby glvon notice that all streams
running through their lands must be
cleaned out on or before the first day
of December next, as provided by law.
Streams not so cleaned will be cleaned
at expense of owners.
H. B Humbert, Sup. L 0.
Oct. 19, 1903.
Money lo Lend.
On llrst mortgage of improved farms.
Easy terms. No commission. Borrower
pays only actual oxpensos of loan.
Laurens, 8. C
October, 20, 190I1.
Geo. Johnstone.
R. H. Welch.
A. C. Todd.
Johnstone Welch & Todd
' Will Practice in all Courts, Stato und
Federal. Office, Law Range.
Money to Loan at reasonable in
to rest.
Lau it ens, S. C.
W. C. IRBY, Jr.,
Attorney at Law.
Will practice in all Stato Courts.
Prompt attention given to all business.
A kind Providence and a generous public have showered upon us during the past year many many blessings for which we are truly
thankful. It is just and right that the day should be devoted to thoughts that are in harmony with the occasion. And in accordance with
this spirit our store will be closed on Thanksgiving Day. Hay our friends and patrons, find much happiness in the pursuit of their pleasures
on this, our National Holiday Day. So you have our very best wishes for a good Thanksgiving Dinner and a jolly reunion around the
family table.
Thanksgiving Menu. 8We Have flany Things
Provide your own Turkey but allow us to dc the Dressing. The well dressed man
on this the National Thanksgiving Day, always possesses a feeling of satisfaction that
the careless dresser does not have
to be thankful for in our Dry Goods Department:
O FIRST. For the liberal patronage we have received from our
X friends and customers.
with the proper kind of Clothes will not be an expensive task, if the clothes arc bought
here. A new Suit or Overcoat can be had for %M
$5.00, $7.50, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $18.00 and $20.00.
Pass it around and let it be known that there is not a store in Laurens that can
excel us in our display of Clothing, Hats or Furnishings.
L^Pm^ Jj^''o< the splendid Bargains we are offering? No better time to make Clothing investments
?? r* ? than now. The whole vSeason is before you.
SECOND. We anticipated our wants in this line and can sell an
and very appropriate for this weather are our lines of warm Underwear, Hosiery,
and Gloves. You can't do better than to come here
and to trim up your outfit, we have elegant Neckwear?full of snap?just righ
tor Thanksgiving. We extend you a Thanksgiving invitation to come in. *
jk enormous amount of the most desirable Dry Ooods at prices for
? less than we can lay them down here if we have to buy them to
8day. We quote you a few Thanksgiving Prices:
?| 9 oz. All-wool Jems that we cannot lay down in our store for 25 cents in case lots.
A Our Retail Price 25 cents.
0 Beautiful assortment of Flanneletts that sell everywhere for 15cts. Our Thanks
H giving price, while they last, only 10 cents.
Heavy Unbleached Canton Flannel, the 10 cents grade, our price - - 08'3c
Heavy Red Twilled Flannel, the regular 20 cents kind, our price - - 15C
10- 4 All-wool Blankets, excellent quality, $3.50 per pair. .
11- 4 All-wool Blankets, excellent quality, 4.50 per pair.
12- 4 All-wool Blankets, excellent quality, 5.00 per pair.
Beautiful Down Quilts, soft and fleecy at ? - $5.00
Ladies' Red and White Sweaters only J2.50. Children's Sweaters ass'd color 1.00
Children's Leggings, just the thing for cold weather, 25 cents.
We have an enormous stock of everything for Gentlemen, Ladies and Children and ask all to visit us as we KNOW that we are in position to save YOU MONEY. None
will show you the same quality of Goods for less Honey.
IDavis, r^ojper & Corr>|)ai7y,
The Famous Outfitters for Men, Women and Children.

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