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The Laurous County Agricultural!
Mechanical and Llvo stock Asso
\n adjourned meeting of thoso in
toU in no Agricultural and stock
Association for the county was held in
ourt house on Monday und was
largely attended, Mr. w. L. Cray was
called to tho chair, Mr. s. f. Parrott
und Dr, fl. K Aiken actinir as Secre
taries. A inoinbor8hlp of 100 of those
present was Immediately scoured. A
permanent organization was effected
with Dr. VV. II. Dial as President, W.
I. (.i.e.. Vice President, Dr. H. k.
(Yikoni'Secretary, and J. T. Peden,
i , asuror. An executive committee
consisting of one from each township
was upjKiSnted as follows: I,aureus, J.
I) \v. Watts; JaekB, E. W. Copeland;
Dials, J. Warren Holt: Youngs, W.
II. Drtiminond; Hunter, A. J. Smith;
Waterloo,.). 11. Wharton; Sullivau, J.
i; Humbert: Sculllotown,T, J. Weath
ers; Cross Mill. J. G. Brown.
A sub-committee of the executive
committee consisting of J. B. Hum
bert, A. J. Smith, .1. I). W. Watts and
W. II- Drummond were appointed to
report a constitution and by-laws to
the executive committee who will re
port to the Association. The Execu
Committee was charged with the
uf securing membership through
out :i e county. Mr. Gray on being
,>uiii ? i the chair explained the pur
pose to ulllUt the great body of the
county in a live Agricultural, Indus*
trial and stoek Association. It is be
lieved that farmers and stock men and
lit 'im st v. iil he aroused toenthu
;iinl that success will follow.
Kvery bn inesa man in the fitv will
put ! ? sit uldor to the wheel It will
ii ;. pull altogether. The mnnufac*
lur ? ? uii'l ui ehnnioalemployments in
the COUUly will tuko a lively interest.
The Ii tin - are Invited to join fully in
ti. purposes of tho organization. Wo
will have a two days festival this fall
and now is tho time that farmers and
..en und manufacturers should
I their houses in order for the big
T ? Association will meet Salesday
in July at 11 A. M, and a great crowd
ii on hand tohoostthe entorprtsc.
Mi ssrs. lohn Ferguson, of Spartan*
Intrg) Dunk Ferguson, wife and chil
dren o I Lancaster, Charley Ferguson.
1.1 llichmond, Va,,and Mrs. I. H. Bond,
of Columbia, met their brother. Lee
Ferguson, of Austin, Texas, at tho old
homo during the past week, and held a
liappv family re-union, which was unite
grtitifyl to each member, Including
.\1 Mary Ferguson, the only one re
maining at home with their aged fa
ther who in his feebleness was de
led by the presence of his assem
bled eh Huron .?Clinton Gazette.
rrngle Death ol* a Young Man.
? legram was rccelvod here on Sat
urday last announcing the sad and
tragic death of Mr. William A. King at
Fori Valley, Ga. It seems that the
young man was engaged in overhauling
ami ??'.raining up" a threshing ma
chine lor use during the approaching
season, when the machine, running at
lull -peed, became wrecked, a heavy
piece -a taking ami killing him instantly.
Mr. King was a brother of Mrs. W.
I lent-; Stone, ol this place, Mrs. Fay
ctte t handler, also of this place, aiul
Mrs. T. I?. Ilamnge, now living in Now
berry county, ami was a frugal. Indus
trious and highly estimable man, agot
about l'T years. His remains wet'i
brought to Clinton for interment and
tenderly laid to rest in tho cemetery
here, tit - p, m.
He leaves a heart-broken mother,
? - - brothor and other relatives and
a wide circle of frionds to mourn hi.
sad and tragic death.?Clinton Gazette.
It you want a stylish hat for a link
money go to Mrs. Adams.
$5.00 Hammock Given Away on July
A" will glvo to the lady whore
celves the groati -t number of votes
before r.oon of July 15th a $5.00 (lam
mock. Necessary to vote yen must buy
a glass of soda water or any thlnj
si rvi I id our Fountain. Fach ?"> cents
j (.ui to vote. The contest is
open to Indies of Laurens county and
towt . with > it restriction to age, mar
rlod or single, Roys don't forget your
art. Husband remember youi
If you don't treat thorn to soda
IVllb r, thou give the Hammock.
Palmetto Drug Co.
si00 Howard Si 00.
i readers of this paper will be
pi ased lo learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
n tible to cure in all its stages and
thai is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
Is im' only posltivo cure now known to
e in leal fraternity. Catarrh beinj
a con-:.- ition d disease requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internal y, acting di?
rectly upon the blood and mucous siir'
faces of the system, thereby destroy'
ing the foundation of the disease, and
giving ihe patient strength by build
ing up tho constitution and assisting
nature in doing its work. The proprie
tor- have r-o much faith In its curative
power- that they olTer One Hundred
Dollars for any case it fails to cure.
Send for list of tcstimi>r>ials.
F. .1. CHENEY Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists. "?"> c jnts.
Hail's Family Pills are the best.
deduced Kates ? Special Occasions
via e. .v w. c. Railway.
On account occasions named hi iOW
the. Charleston & Western Carolina
will sell round trip tickets from coupon
stations at tho usual reduced rates:
Commencement Greenville Female
College For this occasion round
tickets will be on sale Juno 7th to lltli
inclusive with final limit June 17th
Commencement Furuian University,
Greenville.?-For this occasion round
trip tickets will be sold June 7th to
i 11th, with final return limit Juno
Commencement Wofl'ord college
tfpartanburg. For this occasion round
trip tickets will be sold June0th, 10th,
and llth, with final return limit June
I Ith, 1000.
W. J. Craig,
Ccneral Passenger Agent,
College Scholarship and
iTT^tJ|B|Hrr(111 award of
vacant .scholarships in Winthrop Col
lege, and for tho admission of now stu
dent* will be hold at the County Courf
HOU80 on Friday, July 20th, at ii a. m.
Applicants must not be less than lif
tecn years of age.
When scholarships arc vueated after
July 20th, they will be awarded to
those making the highest average at
The cost of attendance, including
board, furnished room, heat, light and
washing is only |8.60 per month.
For further information and a cata
PltES. I>. H. Johnson,
Kock HUI, S. C.
R. H. HUDGENS & SON,
Shingles, Laths, Sash,
DOORS AND LIME.
our Hydraulic CEMENT U.MK
lays fully Fl VK HUNDRED
MORE Brick per barrel
than any other LIME.
Wk sell MATERIAL that in right,
at PRICKS that IS RIGHT.
R. H. HUDGENS 6t SON,
Mar. 80, 1900,-ly.
.?,,.?., ?,..1 LUMBER,
The County Normal Sohool opens
next Monday in this city, with Capt.
brack Kvane, the accomplished Su
perintendent of Spartanburg Graded
Schools, in ohargo. Mr. F. P. Mr
Cowan has seen the hoarding house
keepers for teachers and all will be rea
sonably uecommodated.Teaohers might
well see him on reaching the olty.
On yesterday 11..... A. .1. Smith, <>f
iMountvlllo, wa.-. in the olty delivering
mutton from his farm til Mountvlllo,
ami ho wuk delivering it with his own
hands al 10 a.m., twolvo miles from
bis home. This Is significant when wo
romombor Mr. Smith is a loading citi
zen, former representative and member
of the constitutional convention.
UIIA y ('ofrt TkVys.
The patrons and pupils with their
friends enjoyed a very pleasant picnic
in Mrs. Susan Dorroh's grove on May
gth, the closing day of the Cray Court
High School. We were glad to have
with us on that occasion Mr. and .Mrs.
Featherstone and little Douglas. Mr.
Foathorstone made a line address to
the delight of everybody present. Ihe
picnic dinner was excellent and abun
deut, and Mr. K. T. shell was In his
glory dispensing free lemonade, until
the oldest to the youngest present had
all they wanted. Tho school has just
closed an exceptionally profitable and
satisfactory term, under the ellicient
management of Prof. M. A. Cox. At a
mooting of the trustees and patrons
Pl'Of. Cox was unanimously elected as
prl -eipal of the school lor another
A- S. Itowoll, District Deputy, of
l* edineut, S c, visited Sehr odor
l.odgo, 111 A. F. M . at regular coin
mtinluation on last Saturday.
Col..I. I.. M. trby and quite a num
ber of ether brethren of I.aureus were
up on that occasion also.
Miss Sue Owings will leave next
week on a visit to her sister, Mrs. U.
S.Bali, in Meeker, Colorado.
Mis- itosste IVbarton, of Young's, is
visiting at Mr. A. c. Owings.
Mrs F.. A. Wright, of Woodruff,
visited her daughter, Mrs. M. A. Cox
here last week.
We secure weekly numerous articles
for our 10 cents counter. You should
S. M. & E. II Wilkes & Co.
New ribbons ami rings for ptllly belts
at Mrs. Adams.
Handsome Sailor Hats to sell at
greatly reduced prices.
0. B. Simmons.
The Lnill'ot'd School.
The closing exercises of this school,
presided over by that accomplished
teacher. Miss Km ma M. Dial, occurred
on Friday last, it was an ideal Laurent
day, nol loo hoi and a glorious South
Western breeze. The fathers were not
there in force, but at home looking af
ter the harvest, but the courtly and
gentle mothers were in lull force, look
ing carefully and interestedly after the
bright boy with his satchel and shin
ing morning face and the graceful little
queens und syrens already verging
their teens, The examinations had
already been had and al 10:30 Capt. i
W, Lau ford in Utting words called the
assembled school and their friends to
order. Col. Ball, of Laurens, was in
troduced and spoke about the self-made
man in the ages past and contrasted his
prospects with the Collego man and
woman of the passing time.
Hon. C. U Wallace followed with a
llnishcd address of thirty minutes ex
ceedingly appropriate to the times
through which wo are passing, tho re
sponsibilities ol Stute, parent and pu
pil. Capt. Lao ford announcing thai the
best was rosorved for tho last ordered a
recess, when the audience adjourned
to the adjacent and delightful grovo,
and the social feature, the young ladies
and young gentlemen of thai fair
vicinity, bad an hour of their own. that
Cicero and Virgil and the like never
dreampt of in their philosophy, ruder
t he oaks ami i he elms a most delight
ful spread was then bad. and in plain
unsophisticated prose, the writer, no
nscotic, appreciative of the good thin}
... this world, has not seen the like be
fore. It was a feast lor the strongest
but particularly u foasl for the dain
The school and audience were again
called to the academy when the accom
plished lad) teacher in graceful terms
read the roll of honor, the standing of
the pupils, ami eon for rod tho prizes of
precious books won by the pupils in the
closing term We rogt'Ol that we are
not able in justice to the littlo pooph
to report the splendid record that thoy
have math . May thev maintain it as
they devclopo into children of larger
Dev. .1. C. McCain was then intro
duced. Ho is a vetoran and a patriot,
but more than i hose,scholarly and elo
quent. The two flrsl spoakors had been
introduced as native to the manor born,
but the veteran ininisi claimed that
he was born anil roared just South of
the Saludn, bad been twice sent to Lau
rens and was proud to claim a double
doso of citizenship. Duty was his sub
ject, self-reliance and manly and wo
manly resistance to t he temptation- of
the world. Ii was an admirable spoech.
??All went merry as a marriage bell.
it was a dollghtful drive to Lauford
over a beautiful part ol our country.
Lanfoi'd will yet grow and develop.
Ora is a beautiful and gracoful ItttU
village, a coming "SWOOI Auburn" and
we could but regard it a plcturosquo
bouquet and pause to admire as we
Iu conclusion we must anticipate with
congratulations parents of our county
who shall be lucky onotlgh to secure
the services of Miss Kmuia Dial for the
training of the minds and manners of
their young hopefuls.
Wo have the nicest line of Haby
Carriages and Co-Carts ever before In
upper Carolina. W e want you to call
and inspect our line. Prices to suit
S. M. ?v E. II. Wilkes iY Co.
A Lifo and Death Fight.
Mr. W. A.Ilines, of Manchester, la.,
writing of bis almost miraculous es
cape from death says : "Exposure af
ter moasles induced serious lung trou
ble, which ended in Consumption. I
had frequent hemorrhages and coughed
night and day. All my doctors sah! I
must soon die. Then I began to use
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, which complotely cured
me. I would not be without It even if
it cost $5.00 a bottle. Hundreds have
used it on my recommendation and all
says it never fails to cure Throat,
Chest and hung troubles. Regular size
50 cents and f 1.00. Trial bottles free
at Laurens Drug Co.
Mrs. Adams has reduced all summer
goods. Hats from 1!? cents up.
The latest styles in ladles' collars at
O. 15. SlininoiiH.
Wauled The Laurens Furniture
Manufacturing Company wants oak,
poplar and ash lumber in one inch
planks, as wide as slocks will permit,
ten feet long and upwards, Any quan
tity JOU can furnish.
Fruit and Vegetables.
These are almost ready, save them,
Bavo trouble and money. The Kialto
Canning Outfit, simple and dOOS perfect
work, durable and cheap, cans all kind
of fruits and vegetables.
Mr. M. B, Crisp, owps county right.
See it before purchasing. Soq him or
address him at Monntvllle, S. C.
M. H. CRISP.
June nth, 1900.
AM) BRIEF NOTES OF RECENT
Mi? Sara Davis, of Clinton, i? visit
ing relatives in the city.
Miss Mamie Miller, of Spartnnblirg,
Is visiting Mrs. J. M. Phil not.
Bo sure and sec Mr. Crisp's udvor
tisemEnt. It will pay you.
Dr. and Mrs. R. F.. HllgllOS will go
to Ashovillo for u few days this week.
M188 Minnie Dukes, of OratlgOUbrg,
is the guest of Miss Luollo Wright.
Solle'tor Scjisi' i- a candidate for re
election, this circuit, and we have
heard of no opposition.
C. Walt Whitman has filed his
pledge, paid his installment, and will
make the race for Governor.
Mills Balontino, a young son ot Mr.
D. F. Balontino, who has been quite
sick with fever is improving.
Mi>s Katherine Jones hat returned
from lOufala, Alabama, where she 1 tas
been atlonding school.
Mrs. T. 0. Lucas and Mis- I'.mtnic
Meng have gono to Spurt tnbui'g to at
tend Wofford College Commencement.
Salesday was abnormally dull and
tho attendance -m ill, nothing but the
coming groat Stook Show of Interest.
Our folks arc busy on tie. farm--.
Col. Crews reached homo on Mouday,
the last of the I.aureus delegation io
Louisville, lie speaks in raptures of
The Laurons Tolophone Co. is a well
doing Co.( but it give-, a most admira
ble service to its patron-, at most rea
Mr. J no. N. Wright, ol Lisbon, wa
in the city last week and every man.
woman and child was a year younger
by his visit.
Tho StatO Convention of the Kings'
Daughters which mot In Darlington
last week will hold its next annual sos
slon in Luurons.
Veteran, Y. J. Moore, formerly of our
own Rulbon hills, now ol Greenville,
came in on us yesterday, renewed old
acquaintance, and left his address for
Mrs. Claude Puller entert a'.tied the
whist club last evening and in spite ol
the Inclement weather a number of Mrs.
Culler's friends were presen I and
greatly enjoyed tho occasion.
Mlssos Louise Ulohey, Maricgcne
and Lillet to ('aine. I '.mina Hudgcus and
Meta Sullivan, bricht and charming
(ton verse t Jollcgc girls, arri s*ed al home
for the summer on yesterday.
Misses Mary Slmpsouand Nnnnio Mav
Wright arc at home from Chlcora Coi
lege. Miss Wright has completed her
college course and brings with her two
Col, Wharton and Mr. Casper smith
were in the city on yesti rday. Thoy
report the wheat crop at Waterloo as
more than good and Col. Wharton.who
has seen much of the Piedmont sec
lion, reports tho same for tho entire
Mr. V. L. Bodenbaugh, formerly of
Newberry, Is in charge of The Adver
tiser job department Mr. Bellen
baugh will give good work promptly
and will meet prices. It will i ay you
to have good work done and for such
send your business to The Advektiseh
dpt. A. W. Toaguo, of Chestnut
Ridgo, the last survivor In this county
of the Mexican War is quite sick and
his friends are concerned for him. YVe
hope for his early convalescenco.
Another veteran, Mr. Tolayer Rob
ertson, now of Gray Court, but an old
citi/.ett of Laurens and still cherished
as one of us, is unwell at this writing
and his many friends hope for his early
Observe in another column the ad
vertisement ol tho Harris Lithia
Springs. Bead tho cortllloatos from
two of tho best known and most accom
plished physicians in the South, men ol
national reputation. Tho hotel this
year will be managed by Mr. Harris.
tin1 proprietor and all bis guests will
lind that many improvements have
been made. Harris Lithia Springs is a
great place for a summer vacation not
for the sick only.
on .Inly the fourth, the day that
Bryan will bo ronondnatod, there will
bo a grand barbaouo at Harris Lithia
Springs. Proprietor Harris has invited
all the candidates "and the woods will
be lull" of them. There will lie scores
Of speeches from one great men. every
body should go. that i->. everybody that
knows how to have a good time. Mr.
Harris will make it plea-ant.
Death of an Old Citizen.
Wo learn, as we go to press of the
death of Mr. John Trlbble, a life-long
highly respected citizen of this county,
aged MS years. His home was six miles
Cast of this city and his remains were
laid to rest at Huntersvllle, Ho
leaves surviving a family of children,
sons and daughters, among t hem Col.
M. P. Trlbble, of Anderson county.
The grizzly and battered VC to ran 8
who went to Louisville to meet their
comrades are at home again. They
unanlmlously applaud tho hospitality
of John Morgan's State. Among
thoso who wont and not Included in
our list of last week was veteran S. P.
Vance, of Clinton. Memphis? Tenn.,
was sclee'ed for 1001. Tin; old soldiers
went wild at the mention of Hampton's
M arrieil.?Taj lor liar re 11.
Mr. W. Btlgono Harre! 1 was married
last Wednesday to Miss Agnes Taylor,
tho daughter of Mr. and Mi's. John W.
Taylor, of Princeton. Tho wedding took
place at the home of the bride only a
I0W in11 mati' friends being present. The
groom was accompanied from Laurens
by Messrs. S. l?\ and.llinlus Carrott and
Mr James Taylor, of Gl'COnvillc, a
brother of the brldo. Dev. J, A. Mar
tin performed tho coremony, after
which Mr. and Mrs. HaiTOllcame down
to Laurens. Mr. Harroll Is a natlvo of
Darlington, but for two years past has
been employed by tho llrm of J. K.
M inter ?V Bl*0. and has won a deserved
popularity in business and social circles,
Miss Visanska's Recital.
The parlors of Mrs. Lucas' charming
home in tho Brooklyn suburbs of Lau
POns were. Idled on Wednesday evening
lasl with the friends of Miss LI lilt Vis
anska. perhaps the inOSl talented young
musician in t llO city, the occasion being
Miss Visanska's annual recital, Miss
Visanska come-- of a musical family,
being a first cousin of Miss Hertha and
Daniel Vlsanska, tho young South Caro
lina artists who tiro famous both in
America and abroad. For less than
three years she has been a pupil of Mrs.
W. F. Linas, but though ti student
for so limited a period, Miss Yis
ansku rendered an exceedingly dlf
flcult program, ombracing studio.'
from both the Old musters, and the l)0Sl
modern writers, with atechniquo,llnlsl
and sympathetic Interpretation whlcl
marks the true artist and which is Of
ten not attained after by far older musi
oiuns after years of training.
Special bargains in hats and llower
this week at Mrs. Adams*
Automatic Safety Bottle,
Non-Spillablo and Nou-Evapo
Ono bottlo outlasts 1 liroo oorkod
bot( los of sumo sizo.
All damage from -pillion -
Tho Ink is frosh tor ovory dip.
No dust gots in?ii" thickening
up. Congress ami all Departments
of United States Govorninont
have adopted this ink.
?Hol.l) BY ?
The Laurens Drug Co.
'Phone 78 Goods delivered.
A Card I nun Kov. A. ii. ItollillSOII.
TO TUR NVlllTR ClTtZRNS! -
I cumc hero a- Paster of St. Paul's
church ton years ago od found things
in a very dilapidated ? ondition ami ai
oner hail to appeal to you toe help anil
you have always helped u>. lor which I
am very thankful. I have had no trou
ble in any way since I have been in this
city have never boon insulted bj a
whito person, but have every rotison to
foci thai I havo main friends among
t lie white people ol I Iiis eil \.
I conic lo yon with an urgent ro
qliest. Wo have a UUinbei' ol cards pre
pared with tho name of the church and
Pastor on lhem. They have boon
placed in the hands ol members and
friends of the church. They will be
presented to you asking help. Please
do not t urn t hem a way empty hand0(1
we need you I' help. WotU'O making an
OlVoi't to-eat our ehureh. which should
have been done long share and would
have been, had the SlOI'Ill not .-I ruck it,
which necessitati il re-building, even he
fore the old debt was paid oil. We Im
llevo a liouse ol worship lo ho indis
pensable, for it is thoro the Gospel Is
proached and ii the people are saved,
they must be BUVOd by the Co-pel. We
appeal to von in behalf ol i he ehureh of
Cod. We verily believe that 110 town
01" city Is Sllfo without good citizens
thai tho bosi citizens in any community
arc 1 hose who belong to the ehureh of
God and that liiere Is no In licence to
equal thai ol the ehureh in making
good cill/.ons. Therefore, in behalt of
law-abiding citizens a prosperous city
ami a Christian community. Wo ask
your help. Tho majority ol our mem
bers are your servants and I feel that
yon are Interested In ihoill we again
thank you lor your help ill the past and
hope that J'OU will never have OCCUSioil
to regret what von have done ami what
you will do al this I IlllC.
I will promise you thai every OlVoi't
put forth Oil my par) w ill be to make
this eit^ belter by giving it a better
class of cilixons,
I tespeel fully.
\. It. I tOIUNSON,
Pasior St. Paul liaptisl ehureh.
Liquid Aid may boa good thing in
its place, b l it is not nearly as palata
bio as a loaf of baked broad on a Sunny
South StOVC We se!i them to eook to
please you or money refunded
S. M. & B. H. W likes & Co.
Don't throw them away be
cause they ar 1 broken . Per
haps il 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.
Laurona, S. C.
TEACHERS' K X AM IX AT ION.
Tho regular examination for teach
ers' certificates will be hold at Lau
roes C. H,, ell Friday, Juno 16th,
1000. Persons wishing tO avail them -
selves of this opportunity will lako no
tice thereof and govern thomsolves
j. it. Martin,
County Supt. of Education.
May 22nd 1900.?It.
The Greatest Opportunity Ever Offered the Ladies of Laurens and Laurens County to Buy
Hundred of oloan fresh shapes to offer you at 25c, 50e., 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 aud $2.00. Wo furnish the host Trimming Matoria!
und the 111??-1 artistic skill, and best of all our prices are the
L o u) e st.
Also u linu <?! handsome $2.00 Sailor Huts to oloso out at $1 50. This is a big value.
Wo have Baby Caps of ovory description that we uro selling for 50 per cent Iobb that real value. This it
your chance it you need
Slippers are sold by most
merchants. Hut tho kind
\VK SELL aro Exclusive in
St ylo and Quality.
Slippers in ovory imaginable
shape' and price. Watch
next week for the great cut
"The White Front/
to sell none
but the best.
Our HVCotto ' 1 1 1
Laurens, S. C.
at tho !.owes! Priooa
"Tho People's Clothiers.'
Tije fldvapced Worpar)
With advanced IDEfIS
for household comfort und convenience, never fail to go whoro she is suro t<> lind
ovory lato improvement in labor saving and comfort. She knows thai wo havu
the finest line of
f, l-.r m i l%
and Household Goods, Crockery, Glassware, Imported Goods,
Library and Piano Lamps. \ ?
ft ?} $10.00 ? rt ?
Laurens, S. C.
Tho Oil rind Fortili/.or Co. will dolivor pure Ice made from
Artesian wator as following ratos:
1,000 Iiis llook, 200 lbs a day, #10.00 2.Vi->. |?or Hundred, ?Octs per day.
2,000 Ihn Hook, 100 lbs a clay, 0.00 IJOots. poi* Hundrod, 30cts per day.
1,000 lbs Hook, 50 lbs a day, 3.f>0 Sects. j)er Hundred, 174c. per day.
500 lbs I look, 2.) lbs a day, 2.50 40cts. por Hundrod, loots per day.
200 lbs Hook 10 lbs a day, 1.00 ?Octs. per Hundred, Gets por day.
Soowro coupon book at once, as drivers are no! Vowed to
deliver ion oxoopt for coupons.
Oil afjcl Fertilizeeir Co.
Lanrens, s. c, May 7th, 1900.
Glenn Spring? Hotel,
GLENH SPRINGS, S. C.
^Ai&ismj id i^hifywm Stanwu ftKft&sts,
LEADS ALL OTHERS.
Thero is but one Glenn Springs, and it has no equal on tho
Continent for tho Stomach, Livor, Kidnoys,
Bowels and Blood.
Hotel Open June 1st to Oct. 1st.
t&WF~ Cuisine and Service Excellent.
T?? BrBatgst Resort in t?e Soatfr,
gUT For Board apply to SIMPSON & SIMPSON, Glonn Spring
South Carolina. Water .$1.75 por caso, bottlos to bo roturnod.
Water for sale by Tho Lauron? Drug Co., Kennedy Bros., Dr. B.
P. Posoy, Laurons, S. O.
Wo odor our IMMENSE STOCK of
Dry Goods, Notions,
Clothing, Hats and Shoe
at greatly roducod prices. Wo bought those Goodn
before the recent, heavy advance and can Bavo you inon y
if you will only give us n trial. I>ig Stock of
at Rock Bottom Trices. Wo have somothing in this lino that
will suit your appetite.
Laui'oiis Mercantile Company.
THIS PlAOE?ToDD BUILDING?formerly Todd & Hull's stand.
iho Undertaking business at tho old stand. COFFINS, OASKBT.S
and ROBES, and HEARSE, at the
A oontinuance of tho gonerous patronage hitherto extended ros*
peot.fully solioitod. KENNEDY BROS., Laureiis.S. C