Newspaper Page Text
A correspondent of the News and
Courier in speaking of the proceed
ings of tho Southern Baptist Conven*
tion in session at Bot Springs, says:
"The Rev. .1. D. Pitts, of Laurons, is
chairman of an important convention
Rev. W.A. M. Plaxco passed through
tho city Monday on his way to hi
homo i" Clinton. He had been to
liOwor Long Cain assisting Rov. it.
F. Ilradloy at communion sorvieo.??
A (.nod Shot.
\ mad dog went to the home of Mr.
J. H. Thomas On Saturday morning
last and hit two of Mr. Thomas's dogs
- one a very Hue bird dog. Miss Mattie
Thomas, who had witnessed the attack
upon the yard pets, secured her broth
er's 83-ealiber Komington rille and
killed the maddog at a distance of 7.0
yards. The animal was malting his re
treat at full speeil when -hoi. Union
Beautiful polka dots P. K.'s at 121.
<). B. Simmons.
Iii?; line of Children's -Uppers to dose
O. B. Simmons.
Again we wish to call your attention
to our mammoth lo cents counter. Call
In aral see it.
S. M. v\ B. H. Wllkos & Co.
Warm weather is next to US now. It
is time to got next to our summer un
Half a man's comfort in Hllinilior lies
in the shirt ho weirs. We have negli
gee that are cool, neat and stylish.
Davis, K?per ?S < o.
Kxllibitioil of Ora High School.
The closing exorcises of the Ora
school took place Friday night, Ith,
For some time Miss Scott, tho prin
cipal, bus boon devoting time to
this feature of tho school, although it
was not definitely known when the
school would close. This delightful oc
casion took place In Thompson Hall,on
account of the seating capacity and
It would have been a pleasure to any
one just to have seen the beautiful and
artistically arranged stage with its
profusion of Mowers and beautiful trim
mings, even if not anticipating the
treat in store.
After we had feasted our eyes on such
splendor of fastidious llowery decora
tion and had given some provision to
the ease and convenience of the large
and anticipating audiences, Mr.
Blakely, in a very courteous address,
announced that the time had arrived
for the exorcises to begin.
It would be futile for mo to attempt
an elaborate description of the taste
fully arranged program. Only I hose
present are able to conceive the design.
Silfllec it to say that although all tastes
may have bad representatives there,
none went away with a disconsolate
mind. Enough would it have been
just to notice the expressions on the
faci a of tin whole audience. When the
ludicrous w.i.- being acted it never went
without a responsive approbation,\\ hen
tin," stern realization of lifo was being
vividly presented, all were eagerly at
tentive and the touching addresses of
two or more plays bordering the clos
ing scenes of life never failed to bring
even tho mo-t Inconsiderate to solemn
AH the way through the emotions of
the audience wero completely at the
mercy of the amateur comedians, Wit,
puns, humor and sarcasm kept the
laughter going. Not too much of any
style to be monotonous,and yet enough
to be highly gratifying, enough to
comprehend and entertain all tastes
and not too much to any one. All were
tastefully dressed in gorgeous attire.
The universal criticism was, "It could
not have boon bettor.
Mrs. S. ! . Itlakeiy added greatly to
the pleasure ol tho audience, by her
beautiful sluging and orphic music.
Mi-- Scott has just, completed her
first term as principal of the Ora
school and while here has certainly
won the respect and conlidence of all
who know her. It is the unanimous de
sire of the pupils and patrons that she
Will be their teacher for next term.
The trustees will make an effort to
that elTcct too. and then we hear of
two (young men) who, too, aro making
ofTortS to induce her to become con
tented here. The writer joins the com?
inanity in their efforts and wishes that
she may long be principal of the Ora
Miss Scott is a native of Florida but
expects to remain at Ora until the
opening of The Winthrop Teachers'
institute, which she intends to attend
and from there she expects to re irn
home. May she have many pleasant
occasions equal to last Friday night.
.1. Y. H.
What do you Think of tho War Ques
To decide one has to weigh both
sides of the question and sec if the
strong is not imposing upon the weak,
or the weak force the difficulty upon
themselves. Such is the case with the
potato bug. If in time of peace, you
have failed to prepare for the war,
come and got your Paris Green. Also,
while amusing yourself with Paris
Green don't forget the little house 11 y
and get your Insect Powder.
Palmetto Drug Co.
For Sale.? A lot of machinery, and
house anil lot for sale at Gray Court.
Price ami terms easy.
\V. H. PVTMAN,
Gray Court, S. C.
Sec the latest in neck wear?largo
English squares just received at
Davis, Roper Ss Go.
Where quality and low prieos count
we get the trade.
Davis, Roper A: Co.
It Mrs. Nannie J. Comp ton, the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Workman was
born in I.aureus county S. C, August
L'2nd 1866 and died after a brief illness
U Petersburg, Va , April 17th, 1000. In
fcrly life I he joined the Rooky Springs
Presbyterian church. .she married
hlr. Hobt. W. Compton Nov. 7, lNs<)
and to them God gave four children,
bne of which he has already taken to
bo with him. She was buried at Old
fields, to which she and her husband
had moved their membership. He
cause she was always patient and
cheerful arid uncomplaining no one,
;really know how much sho suffered in
I She was a consistent member of the
ttburoh in her life and therefore stcad
ka: ' and hopeful in her death. May
ijod's grace bo always sufficient for
those whom bo has bereaved by this
We oiler One. Hundred Dollars Ho
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not bo cored by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
P. J, OHENEY Ac Co., Props.,
We, the undersigned, havo known
F. J. Cheney for the last Iiftoon yoars,
And believe him perfectly honorable in
Vil,' business transactions anil finan
cially able to carry out any obligations
made by their lirm.
West* ?fc Truax, Wholesale Drug
gists, Toledo, O.
Wald in g, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon tho blood
1 and mucous surfaces of tho systom.?
I'rice 7.5 cents por bottlo. Hold by all
Druggists. Testimonials free.
Hall's Family Pills aro the best.
N' New line of beautiful val. laces and
Insertions at O. B. Simmons.
Ural h of a Former Lauren* Lady.
The death 0( Mrs. Lilly Stokes, wife
Of Mr. a. II. Stokes, of (irecnville, oc
curred at Greenville yesterday, after a
long Illness, she was a daughter of
the late Dr. I). A. Kiohardson. of this
county and a sister of Mrs. A. HutT, of
Prof. Culhei (son's School at Mount
The closing oxorclsos <>f this school
commonco on Prldu\ ovenlng,Mu,\ 18th,
Hr. I. W. Daniel will dollvoran address
und there will he other interesting OX*
ereises. Tho following dayi the exor
cises will l>c continued, with uddrossos
bv It. A. Cooper, Ksq., of thisolta and
Col. J. II. Wliurton. A picnic dinner
will he served. The public is cordially
Ilonutir?l Wedding at Princeton.
Miss Sophronia Machen, the accom
plished daughter Of Col. ?'. T. Machen,
of Princeton, was married at the home
of her father, at six o'clock on Wed
nesday afternoon last to Mr. A. .1.
Monroe, a prominent young planter of
Princeton. Rev. .1. A. Martin, of tlie
Baptist church offlclatod. Mr. ami Mrs.
It, A. Coopor of this city, relatives of
the bride,were present at the wedding.
Dr. A. I'. Montague to Lecture.
Dr. A. P. Montague, the distinguish'
ed educator and President of Ptirmun
University, will dollvor an address at
New Prospocl llapttsl Church on Sun
day Ma\ i he 27th, at II o'clock on
( brist hill Kductll ion.
I)r, Montague Is one of the most no
complishcd scholui's hi the State, and
all who can should be sure to boat1 him.
Jonu Lawrence Maiilden.
This noble citizen of Anderson, uni
versally respected and beloved wher
ever known is dead after along illness.
Mo entered the Confederate service at
Ii ft ecu years of age, was a brave nol
dlor of the Hamilton Legion, and
stacked bis arms at AppomattOX. Com
rade's, drop a tear at the bier of this
true and noble hearted comrade of a
Mr. Uoorge B. Coole.
This good citizen died at his homo in
this city on the 8th instant alter a
protracted illness, aged sixty-one
years. His remains wore buried at
Langston's church, where he held his
membership in tho Baptist church. He
loaves .a widow and three sons and was
a brother of Dr. Poolc, of this city and
Mr. M. B. Poole, of the Hnoree. He
whs a veteran and after the war dili
gently pursued the arts of peace, a man
of extraordinary energy and faithful
to his friends.
The Jones lli^lt School.
This sulendld academy is just across
the Saludn in Abbeville. The com
mencement exercise-, occur the 18th
inst, (next Friday.) They will be
most entertaining. State Superin
tendent of Kduoation, .1. .1. MeMahan,
Speaker of the House, Hon. F. B. Gary,
of Abbeville, and Rev. I). V. Bon
ner will deliver addresses. Due West
Brass band will discourse the music.
There will be base ball in the after
noon. It will be delightful to go. Dr.
Willie 'J'. Jones semis the Kditor a cor
dial invitation to lie present, but he is
afraid he must miss this most charm
Card Club Lossip.
Tlie card club met lor tho lirst time
In several weeks with Miss Maine For
guson on Wednesday afternoon. Miss
Ferguson is a charming hostess ami tho
hour passed most pleasantly w ith pro
gressive whist, ices appourlng til tho
Among the guests were Mrs. Claude
Fuller, Mrs.T.D.Darlington, Mrs.W. VV.
Ball, Mrs. C. C. Fciitherstonc, Mrs. ('..
('. Albright, Missos Laura n-by. Lutie
t'. Jonos, Knnnie Moug, Sara Ball, Amy
Nolan, Clara Han. Lil Harris, .Mary
Wullor Camp and Miss Ada Kevnolds,
A short business session was held bo
fore tho close of the afternoon to elect a
President for tbe club. .Miss .Mary Wal
ler Camp was chosen for t be olllco ami
eleeteil with enthusiasm by aeclaimi
The Tenth of May.
The loth of May was observed as
Memorial day in Laurens, as in other
nnrtfl of the Slat" and the program on
last Thursday, if more simple than
usual, was very beautiful. Tlie Daugh
ters of the Confederacy, Sons of Vete
rans, veterans ol Camp Garllngton, U.
0. V. and many children met, at the
Court House at six o'clock and pro
ceeded in a body to the cemetery,
where brief exercises were held, Col.
T. B. Crews presiding. Rev. Robert
Adams made the oponing prayer and
Judge <>. G. Thompson read the honor
roll of the dead heroes who went to
the battlefield from Laurons. Mr. John
M. fludgons followed Judge Thompson
with a few appropriate remarks, after
whieh tlie children under the leader
ship of Mrs. John F. Holt decorated
the ?raves. The lloral Otterings were
profuse and some of theni very hand
Who Are (Joillg to Louisville.'
All veterans ol' Laurens County who
anticipate attending the reunion of
the United Confederate Veterans, to
be held at Louisville Ky.,May 30,81,
June I, 2, 8, Should immediately send
their names to Col. B. W. Ball, com
manding the several Camps of the
County, it is altogether essential to
ascertain the number who intend fil
ing, so that transportation may be ar
ranged lor them.
The Railroad authorities have agreed
lo send a special ear to (his place, pro
vided as many as thirty persons can be
assured. In ease this number can be
guaranteed, the railroad Care for the
round (rip will be $10.05, otherwise
the fare will be one cent a mile each
way, which would be something more
than t be amount stated.
The proposed reduced railroad rates
are not confined exclusively to veter
ans, bul apply to any membor of a vet
eran's family, or to any one not a vet
Should the requisite number (thirty)
be secured, the special coach will run
through to Louisville without change.
Adjutant Ounoral Moorman, of the
United Confederate Veterans, says
preparations are being made at Louis
ville for the grandest reunion ever yet
held. So let all go who can, and those
who contemplate going should send
their names at once to Col. Ball.
t. B. Crews,
Commander Camp (iarli ngton, P. C. V.
Col. Williams Declines.
Mr. Kditor: Please allow inothrough
The Advertiser to thank my friends
who have so kindly urged mo to become
a candidate for the State Scnatt. I fear
I will not be physically able to canvass
the county, as I suppose all candidates
for office will be expected to do, there
fore I must respectfully decline the
proffered honor and say that I am not a
John G. Williams.
May 12th 1900.
Wo wish to call your attention to our
Itoyal Pelt Mattress?something that
you will need these hot nights. Wn
sell them with this guarantee?thPt af
ter von have given it t/njrty nights
trial and you tiro not satisfied send it
back and we will cheerfully refund you
your money. Price $12.60 delivered.
S. M. ?fc R. Ii. Wlikes & Co.
fok Sau: or RENT?-Home, 4 rooms
and kitchen, newly repaired inside and
out, known as the "Illll Property," on
Acadomy Street, near tho Irby Spring.
W. W. Ball.
Mrs. Adams has a now lot of pretty
sailors in at all prices.
AND BRIEF NOTES OF BECENT
A clamor goos up for rain.
Mis.s Mottle Balootlno bus gone to
Altauaout Bible Institute.
Mr. s. I). Ghlldrcss visited Spartan
burg last week.
Mr. Cbas Henry, of Spartan burg,
spout a few days In the city last week.
Mr. James < 'lark, of Groonville, spent
Sunday in the city.
Mr. W. W. Simpson, ol Woodruff,
was in i he city ,\ ostorduy.
Miss Jane Hallow i- et?it,ing friends
at Glenn Springs.
Dr. J. A. Bai'ksdalo was In Spartan
burg for a few days this week.
Mr. J. S. Holt, of Honea Path, was
In tho eity yesterday.
Miss Jessie Scott, of Augusta, is tho
guest of Miss Alma Shell.
M r>. Anna Simpson and children havo
returned to tho eity from Woodruffs
ami arc* at their home in Brooklyn.
Mr. Henry Holmes has arrived in tho
eity from Baltimore and is visiting his
mother, M rs. S. I'. I folmcs.
Mrs. Fleming Brown, of Spart anburg,
is visiting al Col. Hall's a few days.
Col. .1. I). M. Shaw, a leading cotton
farmer, is said to have a magnificent
llohl of wheat.
Miss fjldio Hoblnsou has rolurnod
from Waterloo where she WHS the gtie-!
of her cousin, Miss Daisy Hobinson.
Mr. 0. H. Hobo is attending the
Southern Baptist Convention at Hot
Rev. B. J. Woodward attended the
meeting of the Southern Baptist Con
Miss Sallle Watklns and Miss Lois
Hstes visited relatives at Honea Path
The prospect is that the base-hall
season in Laurens will be lively. The
games will begin in June.
Dr. .1. <k>. Wilbur, the accomplished
physiolan of Waterloo, was in the eity
on Friday last.
Mr. LJ. .1. Dendy, a prominent farmer
of Mountvllle, visited this bailiwick on
See Mr. Ptitman's notice of house
ami lot for sale in the growing town of
Miss Welch, of Anderson, was the
guest of Misses Lee and Mamie Nelson
A large crowd from Luurens went
down to Clinton to participate in the
pleasures of their annual picnic on Sat
Mrs. W. M. McCaslan, of Clinton,
was called to Charlotte on Saturday by
the illness of her daughter, Mrs. .I.e.
Teachers for the Laurens County
Summer School will lie as follows:
Frank F.vans. Superintendent Spartan
burg Schools; J. Porter llollis, Chester
(I railed Schools: Miss Margaret Law.
Instructor In drawing.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hull went down to
Charleston on Monday to enjoy the
Spring Festival and will have a week's
outing at Magnolia Cardens and the
Isle ol Palms. They will return by
way of Augusta.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Laurens Cotton Mill will
take place to-morrow, May 17th. A
number of prominent gentlemen from
the county and from abroad are ex
pected to be present.
Rev. S. C. Todd filled the pulpit of
the Baptist church at both tho morn
ing and evening services on Sunday
Tho services were attended by very
C. t'. Foatherstono and Dr. Hugh K.
Alken as members of the order <>i
Knights of Pythias and Rev. R. Ii.
Jones, anil Mr. II. Terry, as delegates
from the local lodge, went to Charles
ton Monday to attend the grand lodge
Knights of I 'ythins.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Walhalla Cotton Mills,
held on the 8th insl., and attended by
Col..I. W. Ferguson and President W.
B. Lucas, the former presided. Mr. F..
R. I.ucas was re-elected President and
Treasurer. K. R. Lucas and W. F.
Lucas were elected direetors.
Itev. W. A. M. Piaxco will be in
stalled as pastor of Providence church
on Saturday at eleven A. M. The ser
vices will take place at the academy at
Clinton and will be conducted by Rev.
F. P. McOlintook ami Rev. J. B. Mood,
of Nowberry. The public are invited
to be present at the installation, tin
Sunday communion services will bo
held at Providence church.
Messrs. Fdgar Crews, Clarence Gray,
Sam Todd, Vance Irby, Fleming .Jones,
Fugene ITudgens, Will Meng, Robert
Davis, Will Richey, Robert Walker,
George Ferguson, Wells Olardy ami
others went down to Clinton Thursday
to see the base-ball game between the
Presbyterian College boys and Char
leston College. The score stood seven
to three in favor of Charleston.
The attendance at the Prohibition
Convention on Saturday was fair.
Hubert Aboi'crombio, Rov. J. B. Par
rot and ('. ('. Foatherstono were ohosen
nsdologatos; Rov. J. M. Friday, Dr. A.
('. Fuller and .1. A. Putmnn al tornatos,
A resolution was adopted as the sense
of the meeting thai tho state con von*
I ion should name no candidates except
for Governor and Lieutenant Govornor.
Anot her resolut ion t hat the stale Dem
ocratic Convention bo requostod to al
low an election at t.ie Democratic
Primary upon the matter of each
county having 01'not having a dispen
sary in the county.
Col. John 0. Williams.
The many admirers of Col. John G.
Williams in Laurens county will re
gret to seo Iiis declination to be a can
didate for the Senate, in this issue,
and especially that he Is driven to this'
courso by bis health.
Admitted to Hie Rar.
Young Mr. H. R, Morrison, of Abbe
ville, who will be remembered as a
student In the office of Ball. Simkins .\
Ball, Wits pnpolled as an Attorney al
Law, after examination before the Su
preme Court on Friday last.
Laurens Puriiian Hoys.
Saturday night at the election of
OfHoera of Philosoph lan Society for
tho fall term tho following were
chosen: G. W. Cunningham, Record
ing Secretary: A. B. Lungston, Treasu
rer; W. A. Abercrombi?., Sergeant at
Coining Events in Laurens.
county Summer school. Juno ilth.
The Stillt? Super! ntondont has ar
ranged two courses one in nrlthmotlo,
Geography and Bngllsh, another In Al
gebra, History ami English. There
may be schools in drawing. School to
last four weeks for public school leach
State Press Association at Harris
Lithla Springs, beginning Monday evo
I nlng July 22nd.
Automatic Safely Bottle.
Non-Spiliable and Non-Evapo
()iu> bottle outlasts three corked
bottles of same size.
All damage from spilling Is
The Ink is fresh for ovory dip.
No dust gets in?no thickening
up. Congress und ill 1 Departments
of United stales Government
have adopted this ink.
?SOLI) II Y?
The Laurons Drug Co.
'Phono 70 < loods delivered.
The.I. \V. Copeland Company will
begin the building Of their handsome
brick block within a month.
Mr. J. P. Pi arson's hnndsomo new
dwelling is Hearing completion and is
going to be an o namcnt.
Quite n goodly I umber of buildings
are in coiUS". of erection about town
and others are undor com tern plat ion.
The sound of thomechanic's hammer
and saw can bo beard in every direc
tion and "the half has never vet been
Mr. .!. A. D. Young brought in
three bushels of nice st raw he im-it's Tues
day, whilo Uncle Pink and Laiircns
Blakoly are in almosl daily with the
luscious fruit.? Clinton Gazette.
A Single Pnci
Is worth a shipload of argument,"
What shall be said, then, of thousands
of facts? Evory eure by Hood's Sarsa
parilla is a fact. pr< sontihg t he strong
est possible eviden, e of the merit of
this medicine. Thousands and thou
sands of such fae'- prove that Hood's
Sarsaparilla will cure all lllsonsos
caused or promoted by impure blood.
It is the best medicine money t an buy.
Indigestion, nausea are cured by
The College is fortunate in securing
Rev. .lohn I) Chalmers, I) D. pastor
of the 1st A. R, Prcsbytorian church,
Charlotte, N. O., to preach the bac
calaurontc sermon before the Senior
Class on Sunday, Jlino 3rd. Clinton
Tho handsomest line of Chamber
Selsen hand thai was ever brought to
1.aureus from 1)12.50 to $10.50.
s. M. ?v E. II. Wllkea & Co.
Sullivan and Hunter Institute.
The public is respectfully invited to
attend a basket picnic of the Sullivan
and Hunter Institute at Tumbling
Shoals on May 25th Inst,
Several prominent speakers are ex
pected to be present.
Mis. Adams has reduced all hats and
Mower?., so now is your chance for
No. 413 Nosula Dinner Sols contains
100 pieces very handsomely decorated,
.-.tippled gold," Worth $14.50. We sell
it for $10.f><>. Eroighl paid.
S. M. A K. II. WHK08& Co.
Don't throw them away be
cause they arc broken. Per
haps it will take but little money
to make them as good as new
If your watch does not keep
time take it to
W. A. JOHNSON,
Laurons, IS. C.
The Greatest Opportunity Ever Offered the Ladies of Laurens and Laurens County to Buy
Hinnlrod of oloun fresh shapes to olVer you ut 26o., ."><><?, 75c, +1 <>u, $1,25, $1.50 and *2.00, Wo furnish tho bosi Trimming Material
id tho most urtistic skill, and best of all our prices ore tl)?>
L o u) e st.
Also u lino of handsome $2.00 Sailor Huts to oloso out at $1 50. This is a hig valuo.
Wo have Baby Cups of ovory description that wo are sidling for 00 per oeut less that real value. This is your chance if you need
^" o "5 ..i .;
SI ippcrs tiro sold by most
merchants. But ih.> kind
WE SELL uro Exclusive in
Stylo and Quality.
Slippors in every imaginable
shape and price. Watch
next week for the groat em.
Oxxr A.im \?Lt.
"The While front.'
Oxir Motto ??ri*
Laurens, S. C.
The People's Clothiers."
S?nijy SotitJ? Stoves.
By Ti^e CarnJoad.
That', the way wo buy?in Car-load lota and wo give our customors the benefit of this wholosalo dealing That'- ivhv w,
can allord to soli at pneos with which potty dealers cannot hope to compete. ?
Jtist Tljiijk of ItT
A wholo Car-load of those Famous Sunny South Stoves, and not one loo many.
?HeW Our Famous Sunny South Stoves
is a guarantoo for tho highost quality, most
durable and economical Stove made.
. 6 I'urclmses.
Laurons. S. C.
Tho OiJ und Fortilizor Co. will doli vor puro Ice made from
Artesian wator as following rates:
Loud Ii.- Hook, 200 Iba a duy, $10.00 25uts. per Hundred, 50cls per day.
2,0(H) Ii?-, Rook, 100 lbs a day, 0.00 ItOcls. por llundrod, !10ots por day.
1,000 lhs Hook, 50 His a day, 11.50 iJ.Vt-.. per Hundred, 17jo. por day.
500 lbs Rook, 25 lbs a day, 2.50 lovts. por llundrod, loots par day.
200 lbs I look, 10 lbs a day, 1.00 50ots. por Hundred, 5ctsporday.
HWF~ Socuro coupon hook at once, as drivers are not allowed to
do Ii vor ico oxcopt for coupons.
Oil afjcl Fertiliser Co.
? Laurons, S. C, May 7th, 1900,
Glenn Spring? Hotel,
GLENN SPRINGS, S. C.
<|4a&&i!jj ?t M?MfyKm Steu^x^Ksr SUtoets?
LEADS ALL OTHERS.
Thorn is hut one Glonn Springs, and it has no equal on tho
Continent for tho Stomach, Livor, Kidnoys,
Bowels and Blood.
Hotel Open June 1st to Oct. 1st.
H?F* Cuisine und Service Excellent.
Tfie tatest Resort in the fioqtfi.
tm~ Por Board apply to SIMPSON <fc SJMPSON, Glonn Spring
South Carolina. Wator $1.75 per oaso, bottles to be returned.
Wator for salo by Tho Lauren* J)jug Co., Kennedy Bros., Dr. B.
F. Posoy, Laurons, S. C \
We oiler our IMMENSE STOCK of
Dry Goods, Notions,
Clothing, Hats and Shoe*
at greatly reduced prices. Wo bought those GoodH
boforo the recont heavy advance and can savo you inonoy
if you will only give us a trial. Big Stock of
at Rock Bottom Prices. Wo have something in this lino that
will suit your appetite.
Laurens Mercantile Company.
Tim Place?Todd Building?formorly Todd & IIu'l's st^mL
THE OLD FIRM
KENNEDY BROS. ?
tho Undertaking business at tho old stand. COFFINS, CASKETS
and ROBES, and HEARSE, at the
A eontinuanoo of the generous patronage hitherto oxtonded res
pectfully solicited. KENNEDY BROS., Laurens,S. q