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Oov'i MoSwoonoy, Adjutant Oon. Floyd
and others of a committee, i???turninj.'
from Loulsvillo, "(sited the Chlcuinuuga
battlo-flold and fleeted Snodgrass 11111
as the s|M>t for the South Carolina
monument provided for by the last Log
That whloh COSts little trouble Is
rarely appreciated. The great rains
make a hi ickbcrry crop a sure thing.
It is the most valuable of all Southern
fruit- ami the South has a monopoly
of it as she has of cotton. Good house
keepers rill see to it* that the crop Is
saved in one or another form.
(Japt. James Kodgers, of Ninety
six, served on the staff of Cien. John
Morgan during the war and at its
close settled 111 this State. At the Lou
isville Re-union he had a tremendous
ovation, the KentUokiaos giving him
a royal reception making him 'he hero
of the hour as he was of the war.
Dr. Manning Edwards, of Dials,
dropped In on us to have us say in THE
AKVKUTiSEit that he is the Identical
?\M. Edwards" gazetted as a candi
date for Coroner and wo make the
note with pleasure Ho stated while
ho sparod us a moment that-a serious
trespass had been committed by some
of lb ? boys In Dials the biggest pop*
lar ill that grand township, loaded
root and brand) With honey, had been
surreptitiously felled and looted. There
WUS no limit of llie use to be made of
t he honey.
Mr. Thomas N. Merry, of Darlington
county, was In the city on Thursday and
Friday lasl and many of our citizens
bad the pleasure of mooting him. Mr.
Moit,\ Is u candidate for Hail Head
Commissioner. He formerly residod in
Luurcns county with his father, near
I'ticket's fe'olT.V, where he learned to
manage the plow handles. Should our
h'llow citizen and home raised product,
Col. VVharton, by any aeeldont fail to
connect, (which we don't apprehond)
I.aureus will give our former fellow
citizen a hearty push up the grade.
Old SI raw.
The State Executive Committee de
clared Col. Hoyt legitimately in the
race There is a deal of dust in thresh
ing at venerable straw.
The luscious peach and the?the?
tin glorious water-melon are In town,
mi i lme.
Died in the City.
Mr. Willie Hall, a young Augustan,
twenty-throe years old. died in this
city yesterday morning of hemorrhage
ol the Uin^s. lie came here two
months ago lor his health. Me was the
son of Mr. 0. E. Mall, of August a.
At fur man.
He vs. It. S. Woodward, .1. M. Parrot l,
and .i. D Pitts, visited Greenville this
week, Furmun's commencement,
Mrs. s. C. MuhulTey, of Mernu, Mr.
L G. Dalle, ol tlii- city, Mrs. Casper
Smith. Jr., ol Waterloo, and Mr. D. A.
Davis also visited that fair city.
This i- campaign year and everybody
wants (he IICWS. Those w ho want the
paper now and have not the money to
pa\ now may send in their names and
Tin: ADVKKTISKU w ill be sent to them
at the rate ol OHO dollar a year. Send
in your names.
South Carolina Experiment Station.
Ihdlcttn '<2. ??Analysis Commercial
Fertilizers" and ?J "Pig Feeding" will
? round of interest and value to pro
gressive farmers. Address South Caro
lina Experiment Station. Clomson Col
lege, S. C. and they will be sent to you.
Harris Lithih Springs will have a
splendid Opening Hall on tho 11th
inst. True, the bail opens at Orange
burg on the same date, but Cupid will
reign at this famous resort and the
pledges will be of a much sweeter and
moic delicate character. ltemoinbor
the 1 Uli and Harris Lithia.
AI Wofiord Commencement.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Gray, Miss Wil
len Cray, Mrs. D. W. Anderson and
Mr.-. II: lt. Dunklln are ut Spartan
burg attending Wollord Commence
ment. Mr. Cray is an alumnus and
WotTord has no more useful and stead
(Hud (o See IIint.
Mr. .). W. Copoland, now of States
ville, X. ('., was in the city on yester
day and we were delighted at his call.
The old North State deals gently with
him as he wears the youthful look of
TU, when he bore a full part with us
in saving the State for Hampton and
civilization. He is still a member of
the .1. W. Copoland Co. Clinton, and
the prominent Copoland house In that
town, a venerable landmark is to be
replaced this summer with a house
llrst-class In all its appointments and
an ornament to the town.
Lot of Ladies' Sailor hats to close
out. O. B. Simmons .
The Vole a) Palmetto Drug Store
For n $5.00 Hammock to young lady
w ho receives greatest number Of votes:
riKST WEEK'S VOTINO!
Mrs .1 E Philpot, 10
Mis- Lydhl Miller. 84
" Tallulah Cainc. 0
" Alma Shell. 0
Mar\ ( amp. 7
Lou D Hudgons, 18
? DM Jackson. N
? Nellie Miller. 55
?? Ida fuller. 140
Azile Wilson. ?'?
? Willie Jones. ti
I 'nulino Anderson, 11
?? Nellie Bolt, 105
Lona Posey, i
Mnricgeno Cainc, -5
?? Lillie Cainc. 2
Annie Jones. 1
? Jennie Poole, I
Hltsy Jane Briggins, 1
'? ( laudia Irby. I
? Meta Sullivan, 1
Annie Hlchoy, 1
Emma Hudgenst A
Louise Hichcv. -
?? Laura Irby, ' 8
?' Ethel Finch, ?">
11 Virginia Moorman. I
?? WIlTouGray, ?
" Flora Adams, 1
" Virginia Slmkinsi I
" I tosa Lee Murton, 2
?? ( arrie Holmes. 1
Mrs II K A ikon, 1
?? LI W Davis, 1
Voll should not be without one of our
champioii lee Picks. They are only
If) cents each.
S. M. ?Sc E. H. Wilkes & Co.
The right prices In Gents Summer
Cundorwoar at O. B. Simmons.
Where ?|iiulity and low prices count
Davis, Kopcr & Co., get the trade.
All bats, llowors, cbilTons, parasols,
baby caps,shlrts waists, skirts, allovors
and laces ut cost at Mrs. Adams.
The Hoard of Trustees of tho School
District of the town of Laurens hereby
calls a publ-.c meeting In the Court
House, at 11 o'clock, a. m., on tho 20th
day of June, inst., "of all those citizens
who return real or personal property
in said District" for tho purpose of
levying a tax on all such "real and per
sonal property" to maintain tho City
Schools during the scholastic year of
Hy order of tho Board.
0, D. Baukbdalk,
Heu'y of Board.
?Tune 12th, 100J?2t.
a gouorul .fail dollvoranco was of
footed Friday night, six colored prison*
oi*8 escaping. Thoy wore confined in the
putent cage on the second story. This
? age is in the centre of a hall, enclosed
with metal har>. the hall .vuy about
four feot wide, tin- windows' of the
outer walls secured by steel or
wrought iron bars. The cage was eon*
structod a year or so ugo at considora*
hie expense. An old east' knife was
found ami hud boon uaod effectually to
partially cut u bar of ti.age 'The
prisoner.-, managed to secure a piece of
timber some 5foot long and by its lever
age broke one of the bars making a
hole through which they escaped to
the hall and with the same piece of
timber bent one of the wrought iron
window hats making BUtllclent space
for a man's body. With a blanket rope
and only twelve feel to the ground
t hoy dropped Into tho kitchen yard of the
Jail. This piece of timber had boon used
us part of a bidder to reach the top of
the cage for cleaning ItOUt. The Juliet
Mr. Bagwell, i- an experienced ami
prudent oflieor and could not well have
anticipated such a use of this piece of
The escaped prisoners are: John
Coloman, the fellow who assaultod a
guard, escaped and in being arrested
shot Mr. John Mills and was himself
shot, lie is oi a ginger cako color, one
eye out, and face ami person with shot
marks. Sherill MeCravy personally of
fer-, $20.00 lor his arrest. John Fl'vo
and Lindsoy MIlls charged with break
ing into cars: Harrison Bunks, assault
with intent to ravish a colored girl:
Will Mlium, alias Bud /.tick, breaking
into cars: Wash l opeland. house break
Sherill MeCravy. is using energetic
mean-, to olTcci tholr recapture and
will nodoubt succocd. Tho escape is
supposed t<> have been effected after
J o'clock Saturday morning. There
were no other Jail birds.
Since the above was written Krye
was captured near Waterloo and held a
prisoner during Saturday night. Sun
day morning the Deputy having him in
charge was eating his breakfast, leav
ing a colored mail at a short distance in
charge when the prisoner made a
break and aftor n foot race reached a
swamp and ellect'ed his escape.
Death oi (apt. A. ?'. Teague.
Oaptain A. w. Teague, a prominent
citizen, after a long illness, died on
the 6th instant, at his homo in this
county near this city. He was reared
in this county, of an old and promi
nent family, but in early manhood
emigrated to Mississippi. In IS hi he
volunteered and served witli the Mis
sissippi Hilles Keuinient, commanded
by Col. JelTerson Davis and in one of
the battles on the Kin Grande under
Taylor was severely wounded. Re
turning to this State, ho engaged in
business in this cltv, and subsequently
served during the Civil War as a Lieu
tenant in Butler's Brigade under
Hampton. He leaves surviving him a
widow, who was Miss Klizaboth Dial
and a son, Albert W. Teague. He was
seventy-eight years old at the time of
his death. He was honest, energetic,
patriotic and faithful to all the obliga
tions of this life. His remains lie in
the peaceful cemetery,('besinnt Ridge,
near his home.
Death of Mrs. Truynliani.
Mrs. Mary Traynham, wife oi Col.J.
II. Traynham. tiled at her home in this
city last 'fhursduy night. Mrs. Trayn
ham was a Christian woman, for many
years an active member of the Prosby
terian church ami was groatiy boloved
in the community. Before her mar
riage -he was Mi-- Mary lb-own. He ?
doath Is very greatly regretted in the
community. I lor husband, Col. J. 11.
Traynham and two -on-. Messrs. I?y
land and Gibbon, survive, with whom
our people deeply sympathize in tholr
Tho funeral services of Mrs. Trayn
ham took place at -ix o'clock la.-t Frl*
duy evening and tho interment was In
the city cemelory, a large assembly of
friends being prosont.
The following gentlemen acted as
pall-bearers: Dr. T. I'.. Todd, Mr. C.
I) Harksdalo, Mr. W. I. (bay. Col. II.
Y. Simpson. Mr. C. W. Tune. Mai. W.
A. Watt-. Dr. W. II. Dial. Dr. II. K.
Alken, Mr. 11. Terry. Mr. 1 *. A. Simp
son. Mayor W. U. Richey, Col.J. L.
M. Irby, Mr. J. O. C. Fleming.
Tho honorary pallbearers were Col.
T. B. < lew-. ' Mr. .1. .1. Pluss, Col. J.
W. Ferguson, Dr. J. A. Dark-dale.
Col. 15. W. Hall. Dr. Thomas McCoy,
Mr. W I,. l3oyd, Col. Stobo Gerling*
ton. Mr. T. I". Simpson.
The funeral service- were conducted
by Dev. Hoheit Adams, of the Prrsbv
terinn church, nsslstod by Rev . J. D.
Pitts, R II. Jone- and J. M. Shell.
The County Summer School.
Tho Summer School opened on Mon
day in the city Graded S< hool building,
under Mattering auspice-, ('apt. Frank
Kvans. tho accomplished Superintend
ent of Spartanburg Graded Schools.
Mr. Proctor llollis. of Hock Hill, and
Miss Margaret Haw. of Spartanburg.
are the toacher
Tho following teachers were in at
tendance on Monday, a splendid begin
ning for the opening day:
Misses Fannie Anderson. Mary An
derson, Fnnnlc Boulwaro, X J Benja
min, Poarlo Blnkolv, Mamie Olardy,
Bva Cooper, Allie Flcholberger, Lllllo
Ferguson, Bosslo Mud gens, Lizzie Hun
ter, Claudia I rby, Sallie Lang-ton,
Sal Ina Lowe. Mary McCarloy, Paulino
McCarloy, May Madden. Ostollo Mar
tin. Maltie Nabors, Susie N'anee, Leo
Nelson. Sallie Peterson, Rlla Potorson,
Prof B Y Cnlbortson, Prof J A Mad
den. Mr J 0 Pitts, Mr A () Stephen.-.
Misses Maud Reeves and Bessio Walk
T'ne attendance will greatly grow,
and be of great advantage to the teach
For successful work it is desirable
that the classes be formed as early as
possible and except under extraordin
ary circumstances, teachers will not bo
enrolled after Friday .Only teachers and
prospective teachers will be enrolled.
Death of Mr. John >V. Sltockloy.
Mr. John W. Shoekloy, a venerable
citizen of Darksdalc's. died suddenly
on Saturday morning last. Ho had
started in a buggy in company with
Mr9 Khockley, his daughter-ill law, to
come to this city Two miles from his
home he became suddenly ill near the
residence of a neighbor, and In a few
moments he was dead. Mr. Shocklcy
was about seventy-five years old, an
up-right, patriotic, good citizen. Some
months ago, his son, Dickens Shocklcy,
was killed at night by a railway train,
and this casualty affected him deoply
and ho had boon in low spirits since
He leave*! s irviving him a wife, a son,
Mr. R. shocklcy and three grand-chil
dren. On Sunday morning his rc
maint were laid to rust in a beautiful
spot Selected by himself, In rear of his
dwelling, attonded by a groat con
coii.ao of neighbors and friends to
whom ho was much ondoarcd. He had
! '.ing been a devoted mason, and at the
time of his death was Treasurer of
Boh roder Lodge and at his request was
clothed with a white leather apron,
tho badge of tho order, for his final
rest. Schroder Lodge, John Godfrey,
W. M., assisted by W. M. John A.
Harksdalo, S. W. J. L. M. I rby, and
P. G. M. B. W. ball and other breth
ren of Palmetto Lodge, this city, con
ducted the beautiful funeral coromonlal
of the Masonic order. Ho had ex
pressed a wish that his two friends and
neighbors Mr. Mansol Owons and
Owens should give tho last touches to
the mound covering his remains. This
was tenderly done by thcFo friends.
Davis, Uoper & Co arc sole agents
In Laurent? for tho famous Jenness
Ladles Skirts and Skirt Waists at
0. B. Simmons._
If yov. want a nice trunk go to the
^aureus Cotton Mill Store.
AND BRIEF NOTES OF RECENT
Miss Virginia Moorman has returned
from Winthrop College.
Miss Sara Kail is visiting friends in
Mr. and Mrs. Ii. O, fret well are on a
visit to Orangoburg.
The local political contests are grow
ing lively -at least some of them.
Sheriff MoCravy was in Qreenvillo
Miss Mariegene < nine is visiting a
College friend in Columbia*
Mrs. Moore, of L'ortsmOUtb, va., is
visiting Mrs. J. W. Clake, In the city.
Mrs. W. B, Lucas and children left
this week for Ashville.
Mi s. F. I'. McGowuil and children
are on a visit to Greenville.
itoubin Pitts of Furmuii University
is home again.
Cadet Cordell Wright, of Oloinson,
is home for the holidays.
Mrs. J. A. Harksdale, Jr., is visiting
relatives In Newberry.
Mrs. E. C. Doyle, of Soneea, is visit
ing her father, Mr. W. W. Jones.
Miss Lai III May Dial, is visiting re
lative-, in Greenwood and Abbeville.
Mrs. Frank Wilson, of Newberry,
has been on a visit to relatives in the
Mrs. Martha Wlikes has returned
from visiting her son, Mr. 1*. D. Wilkcs,
Mrs. Corinna Gibbon, of Charlotte,
attended the funeral of her niece, Mrs.
J. ll. Traynham.
Miss A/.ile Wilson is welcomed home
after a protracted visit to Choraw
Cadet Cash Watts, from Clemson, is
with his uncle Maj. W. A. Watts, for
Mr. C. C. Gariillgton, formerly of
this county, visited friends in the city
during last week.
Miss Fstello Weathers, of the class
of 'ill), attended Commencement of the
Greenville Female College.
The usual Commissary end Quarter
Master trains left the city on Saturday
Dr. and Mrs. IL S. Lucas, of Hart
Vllle, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Lu
cas during last week.
Mrs. W. H. Garrett spent last week
with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Garrett in
Miss Annie (Darlington, of Narnee,
will spend the summer with relatives
Mrs. L. G. Frlcrson and little daugh
ter left the city on Tuesday last for
Misses Mary and Sara Phllson, ol
Phllsons, are visiting their sister. Mr--.
J. T. L?ngsten, in Brooklyn.
A wicked correspondent from the
Saluda side writing of the "bug"
spells it--"poor tato,"
Misses Kosa Lee Burton and Sallio
I angston are at home from Winthrop
Mr. l'erino Matthews, of Mississippi,
was last week the guest of his broth
er, Mr. B. M. Matthews.
Miss Mary Nance, of Cross Hill, is
one of the brightest of the Junior
(-lass at Winthrop and was one of the
marshalls at the recent commence
Mrs. ?. A. Davis and Miss Ida Fuller
left for Paris Mountain on Thursday
last, and will spend some time at that
We are obliged to Senator Tillman
for document, No. 00, 50th Congress,
relating to "affairs in the Philippine
Miss Willou Hoyd, of this city,
graduated at the recent commence
ment at Winthrop in the stenography
and type-writing courses.
Hon. Robert Scarborough, of Uony,
Lloutonant-Govornorof the state, will
contest with Congressman Norton, in
the (ith District.
Dr. F. M. Setzler, of Whitmiros, was
in the city. Dr. Sot/.lor is one of the
best citizens in the county and his
friends are always glad to see him.
Miss Bessie Todd, of this city and
Miss Martha Cannon, of Harksdale,
h~o visiting Col. H. W. Simpson, of
AnH'rson, and attended Clemson Com
Our young friend <). Kvans Smith
goes to-day to Union to work at his
trade as a printer. He Is a good boy,
and is on tho popular road to be Gov
Larry Dillard, of Tylersvlllo, has ac
cepted a position under A. B. Herd, of
Columbia, S. C, and has gone to Jack
son. Ca.. to work for him, leaving to
Rev. J. D. Pitts preached the bacca
laureate sermon before Loesville Col
lege. Lexington county. The corres
pondent of the "State speaks in the
highest terms of the sermon.
Till'. AnVKKTlsr.K's Count v corres
pondents are requosted to send in their
letters regularly. Those who wish
stamped envelopes and stationery will
Mr. Jordan P. Pool, a prominent
citizen of Newberry and known to
many of our people, died at his home
in Newberry on the 7th instant in the
eighty-third year of his age.
lion. Joseph T. Johnson, it is an
nounced, will be a candidate for Con
gross from this District. Hon. Stan
yamo Wilson, the sitting member, will
Stand for re-election.
Capt. Webb and Mrs. Webb at I ended
tho marriage during last week of their
relative, Mr. William Lookwood Hen
net t, of Columbia, to Miss Marguerite
Brooks, daughter of Col. U. H. Krnoks.
of that city.
The "Helping Hand" circle of The
King's Daughters will sell ice cream at
the residence of Mrs. ('. M. Clarke, on
Friday, June 16th, beginning al <i 0'
oelock P. M. Proceeds to go for work
"In His Name." The public cordially
invited to attend.
Mr. Ferry Wright left for Pacolol on
Monday to accept a position as machin
ist at tne PaCOlOl Mills. lie has been
machinist in the Walhalla Cotton Mills
for some months, and made many
friends during his stay here. ?Keowee
Gov. McSweonoy, upon a strong peti
tion has commuted the sentence of Tur
ner Meredith, colored, convicted of
manslaughter, in October IMP", in this
county, and sentenced for three years,
to t wo years and eight months.
He is a bright and handsome young
gent Ionian of Louisiana* a son of Judge
Allen Harksdale, of that State, and a
one armedLaurensveteran, who served
with tho "Briers " Ho lias spent the
winter in Washington us Secretary to
his local Congresnman and stopped over
I to see relative? in this city.
Automatic Safety Hotte.
Non-Spillahle and Non-Evapo
Ono bottlo ??ulla.sts throo eorkod
bott les of sann- size.
All damage from spilling is I
Tho Ink is frosii for ovory dip.
No dust gets in?no thickening
up. Congress and all Departments
of United States Clovornmont
have adopted this ink.
?bold mv ?
The Laurons Drug Co.
'Phono 7B Goods dolivorcd.
lirighl I,aureus Hoys.
This Is tho record of fjaurous hoj - at
tending the South Carolina College:
K.P. Minier Highly distinguished
in civics: distinguished In essays,
chemistry and political science:
prollcicni In moral scloucc and Span
Ii. .1. Wells Highly distinguished in
ossays, civics and political sciences dis
tinguished in 1'Yonch, philosophy of re
ligion and geology: prollcicnt 111 mental
Messrs. S. M. .\ K. II. Wilkus .S; Co.,
Laurons, s. ('.,
Gents: Tho Art Knterpriso Stove I
liouglu of you last January Is -jiving mo
entire satisfaction. Its baking is per
fect and I am glad that I came to you
to buy my stove.
Yours t rulv,
\v. r. Holt,
Tumbling Shoals, S. C.
June 8th, 1000.
Editor's Awful Plight.
F. M. lliggins, Kdltor Seneca, (Ills.
News, was a title ted for years with
Piles that no doctor or remedy helped
until ho tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Ho writes two boxes wholly cured
him. It's tho surest Pile cure on earth
and the best salve in the world. Cure
guaranteed. Only 25 cents. Sold by
Laurena Drug t !o.
An honest shoe for a dollar. Yo>; we
I. K. M int er .v Uro.
You need a llunncl suit to wear while
taking your summe r outing. Wo have
them in the best styles and colors.
I lavis, Roper & < o.
Mrs. Adams will begin on the 15th
inst., to sell all summer goods at cost.
If you don't believe it get price.-.
Our trunks are better and cheaper
than elsewhere, too.
Laurons Cotton Mill store.
C. C. I'Yatherstone, Esq.. of I.au
reus, is spending a fow days in Ander
son visiting his parents ? Anderson
Intelligencer, nth Inst,
Our $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 values in
Children's .-Upper- now going at 112,
7t?, and 89 cents.
I lavis, Ropor A Co.
Fruit Jar Ruhbors only 5 cents per
dozen al S. M. .v K. II. Wllkes?x Co.
Cost sale beginning the 15th inst.,
if you want a pretty hat at cost come
and see us. All goods cash at these
prices at M rs. Adams.
Cost sale of ribbons and millinery
June lath to July 1st at Laurons Cot
ton Mill Store.
What's rr now'/- Our Uleyclo De
partment is now complete. They wore
bought long bo fore the riding season
opened and WO can SSVC ,VOU money Oil
S. M. A B. II. Wilkes & Co.
Don't throw them away be
cause they are broken. Per
haps it will bike but little money
to make them as good as' new
If your watch does not keep
time take it to
W. A. JOHNSON.
The Greatest Opportunity Ever Offered the Ladies of Laurent* and Laurent County (o Buy
II und rud of clean fresh shapes to oflfor you at 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.23, $1.50 and $2.00. We furnish the beet Trimming Material
und (1).- most artistic skill, und best of ull our prieos are the
Also a line of handsomo $2.00 Sailor Hat? to close out at $1 50. This is a big value.
Wo havo Baby Caps of ovory description that we are selling for ?0 per cent loss that real value. This is your chance it voti uood
E IS ?S ICH DIFFERENCE
Betwoon tho Clothing we sell and the ordinary kind as thero is between Electric Light and Candle light.
Our Clothing is woll tailored and will hold its shape.
Blue and Black Serge Suits.
The fabric in theso suits is absolutely pure worsted Berge, blue or black, fast color.
Excellently tailored. All seams silesio stayed?a positive guarantee from
Blippiug. A porfeot lit assured. Some half lined, skeleton style, or full
lined. The greatest valuo ever offered at?
X|k QeKftt $trt?IlatK Silase Wt
is in full blast. Come early and get Hrst pick .
.s^J $1.00, $1.25, #1.50 Slippers now Going at <>2c, 71)c. and s<) cents, * ?
LaurciiSj S. C.
fyiarry a float)
has been buried within a foot of a root, had he known of
its existanee ho would havo been alivo and well to-day.
lylaf^y a Woflqaf)
drags out hor days in a home Tilled with shabby old Fur
niture, had she known of our fine stock uud LOW PRICKS
she < ould bo en joying horsolf to-day.
&JtF~ Com? in and look over our stock.
A AND %
For the Parlor,
For the Dining Room,
For the Bed-Room.
Laurons, S. C.
Tho Oil und Fertilizer Co. will dolivor pure Ice mado from
Artesian wator us following rates:
4,000 lbs Book, 2<?ii Ii? a day. $10.00 2aels. por Hundred, dOcts por day.
2,000 lbs I took, I (XI lbs a day, (1.00 HOcts. per Hundred, UOets per day.
1,000 lbs Book, 50 lbs a day, !t.50 .'l?cis. per Hundred, l~h". per day.
.Mm u?s Book, 25 lbs a day, 2.50?40ets. per Hundred, lOots per day.
200 lbs Book, lo Ii? a day. l.oo 50cts. per Hundred, Seta per day.
if "Mr* Secure coupon book at once;, as drivers are not allowod to
deliver ice oxcopt for coupons.
Oil ai)Gl Fertiliser Co.
Laurons, S. C, May 7th, 1900.
Glenn Springs Hotel,
GLENN SPRINGS, S. C.
LEADS ALL OTHERS.
There is but one Glenn Springs, nnd it has no oqual on tho
Continent for tho Stomach, Livor, Kidneys,
Bowols and Blood.
Hotel Open June 1st to Oct. 1st.
&f Ouieiue and Service Excellent.
!hz Br?at?st Resort in ffig Soatfc,
i0T For Hoard apply *?> SIMPSON ?fc SIMPSON, Glonn Spring
South Carolina. Water $1.75 por caso, bottles to bo returned.
Wator for salo by Tho Laurom? Drug Co., Kennedy Bros., Dr. B.
F. Posoy, Laurons, 8. C.
Wo oiler our IMMENSE STOCK ol
Dry Goods, Notions,
Clothing, Hats and Shoes
at greatly reduced prices. Wo bought these Goods
before the rocout heavy advance and can savo you inon y
if you will only givo us a trial. Big Stock of
at Rock Bottom rrices. Wo have something in tins lino that
will suit your appetite.
Laurons Morcaniic Company.
The Plaue?Todd Building?formorly Todd St Hull's stand.
tho Undertaking business at tho old stand. COFFINS, CASKET.^
and ROBES, and HEARSE, at the
* ?LOWEST PRICES_^
A continuance of the generous patronage hitherto extended ros
peetfully aolioited. KENNEDY BROS., LaurenB,S. O