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We heartily invite our friends to caii any day during; the
above mentioned week and we will demonstrate the
superior qualities of the
New Majestic Malleable
Charcoal Iron Ranges
The MAJESTIC MALLEABLE and sice! range as formerly turned
out by the Majestic people has been considered throughout the entire coun
try par-excellence, and far ahead of any othet range made. But with the
NEW CHARCOAL IKON BODY in place of Steel, making it double its
value, and the fact that it is the only range in existence made of Malleable
and Charcoal Iron, you can readily sec that if quality is considered, the Ma
jestic leads by a big margin. WE WANT YOU To CALL at our store
during this week, and let us explain this new feature?CHARCOAL IROX
BODIES; let us explain why it is the best material for range bodies, and in
cidentally, why it is not used on other ranges. We want you to call if you
intend to buy or not, as the information gained will serve you in the future.
JULY 23 to 28
Whero prossuro water is usod
this raallflablo Iron pin-oxlonsion
is cooking. When water !IH wa,fr fron,? wnich has moro
gets too hot reservoir M "???nfl surfaco than any
can be moved away M other, supplios abundance gyv-vaiea frc
from lire by shifting flf of hot water to V ?7 J E
a" Parts of the house II lakes the
place ol reservoir.
S. M. & E. H. WSLKES
Hot Coffee and Biscuits
Come any day during this week and have buttered hot biscuits and
hot coffee. Biscuits baked on a Majestic in three minutes while you wait.
Handsome Set of Ware=-FREE
With every range sold during this Demonstration we will give abso
lutely FREE one set of Majestic ware worth cve.ty cent of #7.50. This ware
will be on exhibition at our store. Everything useful, ornamental and dur
able. Conic in and see it, and you will agree with us that it cannot be
bought for a cent less than #7.50, and it is cheap at that.
Come in any day, your are welcome
whether you intend to buy or not.
SANDY FLAT HEARD
Candidates for Congress From This Dis
trict Had Their Say After the
liijf Speech of Hie Day.
The following extracts from the
synoptic;; 1 reports of the speeches de
livered at Sandy Flat, Greenville
County, last Saturday by Congressman
Johnson, Mayor Mahon of Greenville
and Mr. W. C. Irby, Jr., of Laurens,
candidates for Congress, are taken
from the Greenville News:
Congressman Johnson devoted nearly
an hour to reviewing his record during
tin" five years which he has represented
He said in the outset that nobody
1 a 3 ever accused him of having the>big
head and he didn't like to talk about
1 imself, but being the servant of the
people it was proper for him to make a
report to them of what he has been do
ing as their representative in Washing
ton. He first referred to what he has
done in the way of improving the rural
free delivery service and pointed with
pride to the fact that there is not a
road in t he district which is not served
by rural delivery. He thinks it more
important for country people to get the
daily mail than town people.
He said he wanted to get for his dis
trict everything that the government is
prepared to hand out, in speaking of
He said there was a report in circu
lation to the elfect that he had formed
a political combination with Mr. .1. .1.
McSwain, of Greenville, and he denied
it most positively He said, further
more, that he had never formed apoliti
cal combination in his life; he had never
talked with Mr. McSwain concerning
such a matter and he had no idea what
Mr. McSwain's political ambitions are.
Congressman Johnson said he had no
criticism to make of his opponents. The
office belongs to the people and it is
their privilege to say who shall repre
sent them in Congress. He is running
for renomination on the strength of his
record and on his record.
W. C. Irby, of Laurens, was intro
duced as the first speaker after dinner
and for about an hour and a quarter he
told the audience of his views upon the
alleged thieving in the cotton mills,
.fertilizer establishments, oil mills and
national banks. Mr. Irhy is advocating
the establishment of county banks,
which he claims will enable the farmers
and business men of this State and
other Southern States to secure money
with much greater ease to promote
G. Heyward Mahon, Mayor of Green
ville, closed the speaking of the day by
making a vigorous attack upon Mr.
Johnson, his speech being devoted largely
to a reply to Mr. Johnson's morning I
Mr. Malion look emphatic issue with j
his opponent on the questions of rural
free delivery routes and the subsidy of
No. ;>7, the Southern's fast mail train.
Touching upon the question of rural
free delivery routes, Mr. Mahon stated
that as far as he knew there was not a
member of South Carolina delegation in
Congress, who was serving in that body
when the rural free delivery was estab
lished, and that under the law routes
were t'> bo established upon proper ap
plication and petition. If the applica
tions and petitions wore sufficient he
said, the route would be established,
Congressman or no Congressman. He
said that aa it was South Carolina did
not have anything like the number of
routes it should have, when compared
with other States in the Union.
Mr. Mahon declared that six years
ago, Mr. Johnson, who was then run
ning against Mr, Stanyarno Wilson,
had at Chick Springs and other places
said that he thought six years was long
enough for any man to serve in Con- j
gross and had promised the people if
elected that be would retire at the end
of his third term.
"Why, then," exclaimed Mr. Mahon,
"don't he keep his promise and give
other men who are eminently fitted for
the position, as he is, a chance to show
what they can do and retire as he prom
ised'.' I am sure I would'not want to
stay there more than six years. Thirty
thousand dollars in six years is enougn
for ar,y man to get from the govern
A Card From Dr. A. C. Fuller.
To the People:
The committee to whom was referred
the duty of soliciting suitable and public
spirited men in accord with our* views
on the dispensary question, to offer for
the legislature, respectfully report, for
public information, that they feel the
purpose for which they were appointed,
has been accomplished in a satisfactory
manner, and in due time the anti-dis
pensary candidates will announce them
A. C. PULLER, Chairman.
Half the World Wonders
How the other half lives. Those who
use Bucklen's Arnica Salve never won
der if it will cure Cuts, Wounds, Burns,
Sores and all Skin eruptions; they
know it will. Mrs. Grant Shy, 1,180
E. Reynolds St., Springfield, 111., says:
"1 regard it one of the absolute neces
sities of housekeeping." Guaranteed
by Laurens Drug Co. and Palmetto
I >rug Co. VS-> cents.
Mrs. Ashmoro Davis, Mrs. .lack
Davis, Mrs. Connor Fuller, Mrs. Kate
Holmes, Miss Mary Belle Holmes, Miss
Josephine Fuller and Master John I).
Fuller are at Paris Mountain.
Messrs. It. 0. Hairston of Laurent
and R. P. Adah* of Clinton attended
district conference at (Ireer's during
the past week.
The Entire Stock of J. E. /WINTER & BRO. is now in the hand of^fl^
THE DAVIS SALVAGE CO., THE WORLD'S GREATEST BARGAIN GIVERS,
To be sold in TEN DAYS. $35,000 worth of High-Grade Staple and
Fancy Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats and Furnishings to be sold at One
Third and One-Half LESS THAN THEIR REGULAR VALUES.
Save this and wait Until
AT 9 O'CLOCK A. M.
J. K. MIXTKR & BRO. hid farewell to nil of their entire slock, consisting of #35,000 worth of Pine Dry-Goods, Men's and
Hoys' Clothing, Ladies' and Children's Pine Shoe: and Hals, Gents' furnishings, Ladies' .Skirls and Underwear
MrST 1*1?: SOLD IX TKN DAYS,
THKY ARK fORCKD TO CDOSK THUIR DOORS. The doors will remain closed until .Saturday, July 14th, at 9
a. in. No goods can be sold or no one allowed in the store until Saturday morning, July t.jth. Laurcus'
Greatest Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoe Sale will begin at
J. E. Ml INTER & BRO.
DON'T MISS THIS ORK AT SALI?:! Bring the children. There will be music every day. It will pay von to conic
a hundred miles to visit this sale. Never again will you have such a golden opportunity to dress in such rich rai
ment at Mich a trifling cost. Everybody should avail themselves ol" this opportunity to buy New, Seasonable,
High-Grade Dry Goods, Shoes, Hals and furnishings at a GRKAT SACRIFICE.
This Tremendous Sale Positively Begins Saturday, July 14th, and
Closes in Ten Days.
As this sale only lasts todays, everything will go rapidly. Positively everything must be sold, and in order to prove to
you what a tremendous sacrifice must be made, we men.ion ;i few of the extraordinary bargains that will be offered.
Hear in mind there are thousands <>t" other articles we cannot mention here.
No Limit. Everything Must Go. Nothing Reserved. Bargains Plentiful Here.
Our buyer, Mr. K. P. Minier, is just back from New York, where he purchased large quantities of goods
from the manufacturer at a greal terilice sale, all of which will go at this, the great
est of all sales in I?aureus this season.
J. E. MUSTER & BRO.