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IN ME3 OKI AM.
WllBRBAB, it has deased an allwiso
Providonce to rjtncrd from his field of
nsefulneSP, :i worthy 15r ther < f ? ur no
ble OrdeY?Bro. J . t 8IMT80N ; and,
WuBRBAS, wo recognize in our depar
ted Brother a mar. endowed with sterl
ing and noblo qualities, who ever up
ho'?l the high oharaaer and dignity of
our Order. Therefore ho it?
Resolved, That In the death of our wor
thy Brother( the State bus lost a good cltl
zcn,our Ordor a true ;ui<i worthy knusht,
and his family and friends agreat and Ir
reparable loss. De it further
Resolved, That a copy of these Resolu
tions ho sent to the family of our deceased
Brother, with the earnest fxpresslon of
condolence from the i/i<lgo.nuti the county
papers bo requested to publish those pro
ceeding in their respective issues.
0. w. TUNE,
T. N. BARKSDALE,
R. L. MIL AM,
Dec. 14, IS'.iO.
KJ^T" For BALE! A now twenty
horse power engine and new DeLoaon
grist mill on easy terms at Harris
Springs. Also a lot of shafting and
j. T. Harris,
(Jot her, have you? Well, what
are you going to do? Don't you
think keeping house is tho best
for you? Only married a fow
weeks. Well start out for your
self; start now,?-the first of the
your. Wo can furnish your houso
from ''kitchen to parlor."
S. M. & E. H Wilkes ^ Co.
A Fright nil Blunder
Will often causo a horrible
Burn, Scald, Out or Bruise. Buok
h n's Arnica Salvo, the best in tho
w 1, will kill the pain and
pro ;>?;y heal it.Cures Old Sores,
Fever Soros. Ulcors, Boils, Corns,
Felons, all Skin Eruptions. Host
Pile cure on earth. Only 2F> cents
a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by
the Laurons Drug Co.
Messrs. S. M. & E. II. Wilkes &
Co., Laurens, S. C:
Sirs: The cooking stove I
bought of you some time ago,I will
say that it cooks perfect ly and has
given mo entire satisfaction.
Mrs. T. P. Joans,
Bryson's Post ollice.
To soil furniture for less than
our prices they will have to bo
stolon and then you don't want
them. Save shoo loather and
come to us. Prices are right.
H. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you, if you
used Dr. King's New Life Pil's.
Thousands of sufferers have
proved their matchless merit for
Sick and Nervous Headaches.They
make pure blood and strong
norv?s and build up your health.
Easy to take. Try them. Only
2$ cents. Money back if not cured.
Sold by the Laurens Drug Co.
State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF LAURENS.
In the Probate Court.
WHEREAS, W. W. Simpson
has made suit to mo to grant him
Letters of Administration of tho
Estate of and effects of .). P.
These arc therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said J. P.
Simpson, dee'd, that they be and
appear before me, in the Court of
Probate, to be held at Laurens C.
IL, S. C, on the 18th day of Jan
uary, 1900, after publication hereof
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the
said Letteis of Administration
should not bo granted.
Given under my hand, this the
28th, day of December, Anno
?. G. Thompson.
j. p. l. c.
THE LAURENS BAR.
W. H. KNIGHT U P. ROPER.
KNIGHT & ROPER)
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Will practice In all the Courts of the
State. Prompt attention to all busi
ness entrusted to them.
Ofllce, Laurens, C. H., McCord's new
March 14, 1 ??tl.
ROBERT A. COOPER,
Attorney at Law,
OFFICE?Up stairs over H. Terry's
Sto 5. Prompt attention given to all
Laurens, S, C, Oct. 24, '?9?tf.
ii. y. simpson. c. d. harksoalk.
SIMPSON & BARKSDALB,
Attorneys at Law,
LAURENS, S. C.
Special attention given to the investi
gation of titles and collection of claimB.
II. W. ball, la, W. SIMKINH. W.W. ball
BALL, SIM KINS & BALL,
Attorneys at Law,
Laukkns, South Carolina.
Wo practice In all stato and United
Statos Courts. Hpocial attontlon given
Office of tho undersigned in Lit
tle building, next door to J. IL
fiullivttn, up stairs. Survoying and
business requiring a notary
promptly attended to.
John M. Hudoknh,
April 11, 1809.
DR. W. H. BALL
Office over Mosoly & Roland's
Hardwaro Store. Office days?
Monday and Tuesdays.
New Oyster House.
I havo arranged for the season u
Restaurant at my business place. Will
bo glad to see and servo all frionds and
will endeavor to please.
B. C. ORISI*.
A Chance for a Home.
If you wUh to buy on VERY EASY
TERMS a desirable Home In this city,
11 W. W. BALL.
P, S.?Wlll root if preferred.
a Na?i Accident*
la u hunt on Tuesday hist, young
Mr. Casper Fuller was shot by tho ac
cidental discharge of a gun in the
hands of Mr. i\ Butler Richardson,tho
charge taking effect in the leg. Young
Puller died during tho night. Mr.
Richardson had the gun rovers'd un
der his arm und was disentangling
himself from briers, when tho gun was
discharged. A Jury of inquest relieves
Mr. Richardson Ol all blame. Young
Fuller wus much iked, but no one so
regrets the accident as Mr. Richardson
"Laurens County News."
The Messrs. Parrott have removed
the plant of tin- "Clinton Nows" to
this city, where it will bo published
and Issued as the "I.aurens County
News." We extend to our contem
poraries a cordial welcome and bo
speak for them abundant success.
10001 The la3t of the 10th century ?
the time for opening new books and
marking new years business. You
need a new Ledger, Day Book, Jour
nal and Cash Hook. Fxamino our
stock and got our prlci s.
Palmetto Drug Co ,
New Drug and Hook Store.
Card of Thanks.
Wu wish to extend thanks to our
friends for their liberal patronage dur
ing the past, and hope to merit a con
tinuance of same during tho coming
During this year we arc going to
Constantly follow the same good meth
ods which wc have always been well
known for, and we will he better pre
pared than over to offer to the people
of Laurens County the best goods at
the lowest market price.
Wishing all a happy and prosperous
Wc remain yours truly,
J. E. Minter & Bro.
Left over from Christmas.
- -1 sack walnuts at 10 (routs per
I omul; 1 sack almonds at I5 cents
Just received 850barrels of Hour
at rock bottom prices.
Laurens Mercantile Co.
Big lamps business wo have
been having. Larger far larger
than anything we have ever had.
But it has left its mark?odds and
ends. Sell them and sell I hem
quick and how do wo do that? Cut
the price ^ in two. Swinging
lamps sold for $6.00. now $8.00;
$7.00, now $3.50. Don't delay;
won't last long.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
In Memory of Miss Bet tie Madden.
We, the members of the Mt.
Pleasant Baptist church and Sun
day School desire to express our
appreciation of one who was so
faithful to our church and Sunday
School, and while we reverently
bow in humble submission to the
Divine Will, wo deeply feel our
loss, both of a member and faith
ful organist. Therefore be it
Resolved 1: That in her death
we have lost one of our devoted
2: That we desire to express our
sorrow and loss sustained in her
8: That we express our grateful
appreciation of God's goodness in
that wo sorrow not as those who
have no hope believing that sho
sings now with tho redeemed in
4: That wo extend to tho be
reaved family our heartfelt sym
5. That a page in our recoid
book be dedicated to her memory
and that a copy of these resolu
tions bo sent to tin; family.
Mrs. Florence McDaniel,
Mrs. Josie Jones,
Miss May Piuson,
Miss Delia MePherson,
Sideboards are going very fast.
Every day some go out, but
don't got tho impression, that we
haven't a good---yes, a large va
rioty of stylos still on our floors
for your inspection . Our stock is
simply immense, ranging in price
from $9.00 to JSSO.00.
S. M. & E. 11. Wilkes & Co.
The regular annual meeting of Share
holders, for the election of directors
of "The National Bank of Laurens
S. C," will be held at the banking
house on the second Tuesday, (0th) in
January. 1900, according to the articles
of association of said Dank.
JNO. A. BARKSDALE.
O B. Simmons, W. E. Nash,
President. Vice President.
J, J. Pluss, Cashier.
The Bank of Laurens,
Laurens, S. C, at the Close of Business
December 80, 180?,
Loans and Discounts, $87,584.0
Hanking house and Furniture, 3.(?82.72
Cash on hand and due from
Expenses and Taxes paid, 3,509.07
Capital Stock, 50,000.00
Due Banks, 4.41
Due Depositors, . 68,613.68
Undivided Profits, 13,210.51
Dividends Unpaid, 44.00
STATE op SOUTH CAROLINA,
County ok laurens.
r, J. J. IMuss, Cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear
that tho abovo statement is true to tho
boat of my knowledge and bolief.
J. J. Pr.uss,
Sworn to before me this the 30th day
of December, 18U9.
John P, Bolt,
c, Oi 0. r. & a. s.
O . H. Simmons, )
.1. II.Sullivan, \ Directors.
W. R. Richoy, )
The attention of Executors, Admin
istrators and Guardians is called to tho
fact that tho timo for making annual
returns begins on tho first of January.
In tho absence of these returns it is
lmpos?lblo for parties In lntorest to
ascertain the status of ostatos In this
otllce. The law in regard to those re
turns will bo enforced.
O. O. Thompson,
j. p. Tj. 0,
Dec. 18, 1899.-4t.
AND BRIEF NOTES OF RECENT
It is now Knight & Koper. Observe
Col. Darlington, of Alh ndule, was
tho guest of Dr. W. C. [rby last week.
Mr. Will Meng visited Spartanburg
Mr. M. L. Copeland, of Clinton,spent
Sunday with friends in the city.
Dr. and Mrs. 11. K. Aiken spent Sun
day with relatives at Coronaca.
Miss Nellie Ca vis, of Spartanburg,
is visiting Miss Pauline Anderson.
Mr. T. <;. Watts, of Atlanta, is in
Mr. W. P, Garrett spent the holidays
with relatives at Barksdale'.
Dr. Alex MeCarlov, of Kasley, spent
the holidays with relatives in the city.
Miss l?mmle Meng is visiting friends
Mr. W. E. Lucas visited Walhalla
Mr. Claud Babb, of Spartanburg,was
in tho city for Christmas.
Mr. K. V. Irby. of Knoree, spent the
holidays in the city.
Mr. W. ?. Wright and bride, of Fel
/.or. spent Christmas with relatives at
Laurens and Lisbon.
Mrs. Lcland G. Frierson, of Spar*
tanburg, is visiting Oapt. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. John B. Henneman, Of Tennes
see, was the guest of Mrs. B, M. Mat
thews in the early part of the week.
Mrs. O. B. Mayer and children of
N'ewberry, are in the city, visiting Mr.
and Mrs. \V* W. Jones.
Mrs. W- Ot Irby and Mis urn
Irby went to Clinton last week to at
tend the Vance-A jI bright wedding.
Dr, G. C Albright and bride have
arrived In the city and are at Mrs.
C. M. Clarke's, on Main stieet.
Tho F. S. iloyster Guano Co., (if
Norfolk, Va., sends us its almanac for
The old year appropriately went out
in icicles, the last three days the thor
moneterbeing in its teens.
In an altercation in this city Tues
day after Christmas, Jim Adatr, was
shot by his wife and seriously wounded.
A charter has been issued to the
Laurens Laundry, capital $2,000, It.
IL K. Aiken, President, H. K. Hud
Treasurer Babb reports tlie average
collection of taxes. The last day fall
ing on Sunday the Treasurer kindly
received all taxes tendered oil yester
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Wilkes gave an
"Apron Party" last Wednesday eve
nlng which was greatly enjoyed by
the young people and proved the most
delightful social event of the holidays
Miss Hertie Jackson returned to her
home in West Virginia last Wednes
day, after looking after the millinery
department of Mr. O. B. Simmons'
store during the fall months.
Mr. J. W. Ferguson, Jr., left for
Walhalla last week to accept a position
with the Walhalla cotton mill. Mr.
Ferguson is a young man of ability and
is a valuable accession to the manage
ment of tho mill.
Supt. N. F. Walker, of the Slate In
stitute for the blind and deaf, one of
the most prominent and popular gen
tlemen in the state and a former citi
zen of Laurens, was in the city yester
Monday night at 15 to 12 the bells
of the city were solemnly tolled and as
the noon minute was touched the
bells took up a lively t^ucli and the
new year was fairly greeted for a half
hour or so. Of course Lord Tennyson's
"King out the old, King in the new,"
was the poetic inspiration.
It will be recalled that a Mr. Brooks
was killed by a freight train at Cross
Hill two weeks ano and the inquest ex
onerated the railroad. The inquest was
re-opened on Thursday last and (as we
learn) the railroad is he'd responsible
for failing to give the lawful signals.
The Magistrate has not as yot re
turned the inquest proceedings.
The concert given by tho Wednes
day Afternoon Club came off on Sat
urday evening and was a great suc
cess, Miss Leila Thompson, one of tho
most accomplished members of the
Converse College musical faculty and
Mr. John Hicks, of Laurens, rendering
a delightful programme. Miss Thomp
son gave a number of instrumental se
lections and recited in inimitable and
charming fashion sketches from Mark
Twain and Kichard Harding Davis.?
Mr. Hick's beautiful baritone was
never heard to greater advantage and
his selections were unusually heauti
lul. A large audience was present in
spite of the freezing weather and in
all respects the concert was an entire
Attention is called to the advertise
ment of the Virginia, Carolina Chem
ical Company in another column. This
company is the largest of the South
ern companies dealing in fertilizers.
It is a stock company and all of its
stock has been bought and paid for in
cash. The company denies and resents
the imputation that it is in any sense a
trust, as has been charged, and pre
sents facts and figures strongly forti
fying Itselaim. The company presents
figures to show that since it was or
ganized thero has been a large reduc
tion In the prices of fertilizers and de
clares that while all commodities, in
cluding cotton, havo risen in price
from fifteen to a hundred per cent, the
prices of fertilizers have risen in no
such proportion. It Is cortaln that
this company has not purchased all of
tho fertilizer companies and Hint it is
a stock corporation organized on tho
same lines as other fertilizer compa
nies. It is owned and controlled en
tirely by Southern men and Southern
capital and guarantees to use tho
improved method and make the best
possible classes of goods.
Tho Governor and Comptroller havo
oxtonded tho time for payment of
taxes until the 1st of Fobruary. Now
Is your time to take Tin*. ADVERTISER.
The attendance was largo consider
ing that tho morning was cold as pro
verbial charity. Tho crowd was in
good cheer and started tho new year
with plucky souls.
Thero was littlo property sold by
ofllcials, tho sales no test of the tlmep.
Death of a Veteran.
Mr. Aaron Wells died at his homo
near Cross Hill, on Friday last, afUr a
protracted illneas. IIo was a gallant
soldier of the lost cause, having served
In tho 7th S. C. Cavalry, Gary's Hri
gado. Ho was a man or extraordinary
onorgy, of kind anddiospitable disposi
tion and will he much lamontcd. He
was past threo scoro and ten and leaves
a widow and children, who have, the
sympathy of the entire community in
Of Laurens Graded Schools for tho
month of December 1809!
First Grade?Nannio Burns, Maria
Gray, Shirley Hlx, Mamie Sexton,
Marguerite Tolbert, Blanche Walker,
Imogene Wilkes, Kdgar Burgess, Hil
ary Harksdulc, Frank Martin, Oslo
Sitgreavos, John Watts.
Second Grade?Julia Connor, Pearle
Clardy, Mamie Crews, Elizabeth Simp*
son, Sadie Smith, Fred Campbell, Ken
nerly Todd, Austin Whitten, Jack Me
Third Grade?Sarah Babb, Helen
Crisp, l.ois Eltes, Laurens Barksdale,
Hoy Gray, Ben Sullivan, Marion
Fourth Grade Lillian Peterson,
Ethel Simmons, Louise Simpson, Fan
nlo May Wright, Samuel Fleming, Gus
Fifth tirade -- Lily Miller, Mamie
Whitten, Susie Whitten, Finest East
er by, Charles Simpson.
Sixth Grade -olio Adams, Lorce
Boyd, Blanche Elliott, Zelone Gray,
Beta Meredith, Ethel Sullivan, Josie
Sullivan, FUie Walker, Hosa Wright,
Frank Crisp, Kdward Hart, Copie
Henderson, Grover Peterson, Stobo
Seventh Grade Lint Jones, Loulee
Martin. Bessie Shell,Annie Sltgreaves,
Leva Wadswort h, Clarence Hramlett,
Chnrlie Kern, Vance Ta'or.
Eighth Grade ? Agnes Adams, Mary
Helle Habb, Vaugiian Gritton, Jesse
Hlx, May Little, I en . MoDariel, Jean
nit; Sullivan, Willie Kichey, Lewis
Ninth tirade ?Laura Harksdale, Nel
lie Holt, Maggie ('lardy, Kate Michel
le rger, Wllho Jones, Maggie Pinltb,
renth Grade?Willie Harris. Emory
J. H. Wat kins, Supt.
Blood Cure Seal Free.
By addressing Blood Balm Co.
885 Mitchell Street, Atlanta, Ca.,
any of our readers may obtain a
sample Lottie of their famous B.
B. B.?Bot inic Blood Balm, the
greatest,graudost,best and strong
est Blood Remedy known. Cures
when nil else fails, pimples, ul
cers, scrofula, eczema, boils, blood
poison, eating sores, distressing
skin eruptions, cancer, catarrh,
rheumatism. Free medical od
vico included, when description of
your trouble is given. This gen
erous oiler is worth while accept
ing.Sample bottle sent all charges
prepaid. Large bottle, (contain
ing nearly a quart of medicine)
for sah; by all druggists at $1 00
per bottle.' Try B. B. B.
Food For Thought.
There are some figures and facts
that are always interesting.
Royal Bilking Powder is shown
by tho 1'. S. Government tests to
yield 100.(5 cubic inches of leaven
ing gas per ounce, a much greater
strength than was found in any
ot her powder.
The alum powders wen; shown
to yield about 00 cubic inches.
It is economy to uso the
Royal, even though t he alum pow
ders should cost but half as much?
Again, Royal is a pure cream of
tartar baking powder, recom
mended by health oflicors and
physicians because tho food raised
by it is roudered more digestible
Alum baking powders are con
demned by physicians and boards
of health as unwholesome. Their
continued use will ovontually
cause serious digestive troubles.
Therefore there is both health '
and economy in the uso of tho
Royal. Is it not imperative, the
actual wholesomeness of tho
food being at stake, that yoti
should stubbornly reject tho in
jurious and employ tho healthful
"Ho plays well that wins."?
Hood's Sarsaparilla wins tho vic
tory over disease because it pos
sesses genuine curative power.
Is the first law of Nature." For
this reason every Due who is ill
desires to bocomo well. Those
who have impure or impoverished
blood turn to Hood's Sarsaparilla,
because they know it will enrich
and purify their blood and give
them good health. To take this
medicine on tho first appoaranco
of impure blood is an important
slop toward self preservation.
Hood's Pills cures sick head*
Meet and Lap
once is what you can do at
our storo. If our prios
aro small it is not because
qualities have boon slighted.
It is simply because* we sell
lots moroby soiling cheaper.
W. A. JOHNSON,
Laurens, S. C.
Br. Kolfc E. Hughes,
DflVccS?Todd Building, Phone. 76; and
? 'ton Mills Store, Phono 109.
[Specially proparod for Examin
ing and Troating diseases of Eyo,
Bar, Throat and Nose.
Fitted With a Shoe
v ? ..? ?>
FROM our stock of Footwear the pedal extremities of man, woman and child, will work or rest in comfort. Here is foot ease for u '. Kviry pair of Sli oa
Is correct in stylo and perfect in finish; all are made of excollent material; narrow and wide lasts, and every length in Block. Prices AHE IS PLKASlNd a- tin
goods. Keigler 8, in ladies and children's, ami li.iy State's in men's and boys', are our hobbies. In
Dress Goods, Millinery Goods.
Newest and liest, and to be bad at Prices t<> suit all. Yours, respretful'v,
We have resolved to clear the decks, and when we determiiie to do a thing we enter
into it heart and soul. We want to clear every heavy weight garment out of our store
in the next 30 Days.
During this sale no goods will he charged to anybody, so do not ask for credit, or to
take goods out to look at. Pay for what you get and we will return tho money if they
do not suit. We inaugurate this sale for two reasons: It gives us time to balance our
books for 1899 and get our breath before launching out in tIk4 year 1900. With the
ringing of chimes we bid good bye to 1899, and extend to the new year a hearty welcome.
This store is very grateful for the generous patronage it has enjoyed, and we trust thai
we have earned your confidence by deserving it. So good bye 1899. You gave us many
new friends,and made us more solid with the old ones. You proved again that such
merit as lies in our business methods is bound 10 win. We part with you gratefully
but expectantly, for we are sure 1900 will do more for us than you have done.
_ _ DAVIS ROPER & 00
2. Sh 0
It has brought Sunshine to many a home. Wo havo sold
this famous private brand Stove of ours for over 10 years. And
in that time wo have sold several hundred of thorn. Naturally
you ask: Arc they pleasing thoso who bought them? With
truthfulness wo can say over Sunny South Stovo is giving perfect
satisfaction. Our guarantee is "It Cooks to please you or your
money given back." That ought to satisfy the most sceptical
Then again you'll want to know another very important
thing. Namely?the price. Again wo can truthfully say: That,
thore is not a stove sold in upper Carolina, as largo and as good,
with as LOW PRICK as these. It delights us to show you how
well constructed they aro, and the stovo back dosen't burn out
for I5 years?that's a part of our guarantee, also. Wo havo thorn
in all sizes.
It has tho following mo-lorn improvements:
Out long center with support, Boston Kim
Oovors, Kieker, Nickle knobs, and is well
mounted, Swinging Hearth, Removable cast
ash pan, Aluminum lined ovon doors, If) years
guaranteed tiro back, Top made in two pieces,
no danger of warping or cracking, soporato
(ire grate, large lluos mid ?.winning Hue tlooi
Stationary shelf on out si.n- of ovon, and
shelf (interchaugablo) for back or sid<>,
smooth castings ami much heavier
the samo sizo of sl< v< s sohl bv 1
Im. Standard Bottles
Automatic Ink Stand that * II not spill v-ticn uf?l Absolutely non evaporating.
Im Mom Importani Invention in unbiiNt tvtR AccoMPUstica
- All sizes and styles lor sale by -
The Laurens Drug Co.
J, II. SIM,IVAN,
A BIG LOT of Shoes from 150 to 85 conts. Those Goods are
raro Bargains. Wo hnndlo the Olios. Hisor's, hand-made, in all
styles of iocs for men. The Cincinnati Custom, mado in all shapes
for Ladies?this Shoo is a beauty?
Soo our line of TRUNKS all sizes and pricos.
Boys' Suits from $1.00 to $4.00; Ladios Capos from $1.00 to
Just received another shipmeut of Dove Hams?try them you
will use no other brand.
Buckwheat, Maple Syrup, Uaisins, Citrons, Currents, Prunos,
Ktc, Now is tho time to make your Fruit Cako.
LAURENS MERCANTILE CO
Tuio Pi.aok?Tonn BUILDING?formerly Todd & Hull's stand.
B. A. SLLLIVAN,
Buying Shoes ~~
is quite a Borious matter if you havou'i money t<> hum.
It pays to 1)0 caroful?i" look about ami lind llio I>? .si,
placo??von in buying Shoes. Some one denlor must
have better slnics than the others?must haw bettor
prices. He's the one you want. book around until
you And him. It. won't do any harm to start hero.
V*0ry respect fill I v,
J. lylif?tef & ?ro.
Laurens, S. C, Dec. (>, 1MH)._ _
Glenn Springs Hotel,
GLENN SPRINGS, S. C.
Qtuutlt oS SaMi^M ^kxKw^ iizzvw,,
LEADS ALL OTHERS.
There is but one Glenn Springs, and it h is no oqual on tli"
Continent for tlio St ?mach, Li'er, Kidneys,
Bowels and Blood .
Hotel Open June 1st to Get 1st.
0tf Cuisine and Sorvioe Excellent.
2*&? Kr?at?st Resort in tfte Soatfi,
g?T' For Board apply to SIMPSON <fc SIMPSON, Glenn Spring
South Carolina. Water $1.75 per case, bottles to bo returnod,
Water for sale by The Lauren? Drug Co., Kennedy Brot?., Dr. B.
iE. Posoy, Laurons, S. C.