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Mr. in.. K. Moore, a good cltlzon of
Wultorloo township, died at his home,
the Kith hist, aiul on tho following day
If ihi furncral and lutorinont took placo
MtIMousantof iwhich church ho had
been u member for51 years. Ho was
? yours old and leaves u large eonnoe
' among whom are some of the first
citizens in thy county .
? ? Dean u negro youth, pretty well
P ??? ?JL?UUWthorltlea was arrested
JV^fi*/ Police ohloer Bold, last Th?rs
*Wly night, charged with attempting to
burglurizc ihe store of Davis, Roper &
Co., the same night, He < nlerod by
way of a rear window, but was fright*
oiuhI from tho building by the timely
approach ol u oltlzon who rocognlzod
him a- Deuu a- lie was scampering
Wo havo roeiovod u letter from a
fair holy w ritten in the interest of one
of our candidates for a county oillce.
The praise is no doubt just, but we
are hound to deal fairly with all our
candidates, it la our demooratlo house
hold and TllK ADVERTISER cannot
boost 0110 to the disadvantage of oth
er-. Tin: Advertiser stands by the
jew el of fair play .
ihn John c. Williamsand wife, of
Cross Hill S. <: . are in the city, on
thoir way to Borden town, N. J.. to
visit relailvos. While north they wid
go to Niagara, New York and other
points of interest.
Mr. Williams Is thoroughly conver
sant with the political affairs of his
State, having served sevoial terms in
tho House of Delegate?, lie. talked
interestingly when Si en at New Ford's
last night, concerning the primary
election which will take place on
August 28th. He says that all olli
oers from United Slates Senator to
Magistrate are nominated by primary
in South Carolina, and that the system
works admirably, Mr. Williams says
Senator Tillmsn, who is a candidate
for rc-oh Otion this year, is simply
invincible, and that all opposition to
him has withdrawn.
The distinguished visitors will leave
for the North this .lorning.?Rich
Ihe I.aureus County Fair.
The executive, committee of the Lau
ren? County Fair Association have
appointed October Ith and 5th as tho
dates of tin fulr.
Work on the fair grounds, on Farley
avenue, is steadily trying along. The
half mile track was surveyed by Cap
tain .lohn M. Hudgons and is being
constructed under the supervision of
H. Ii. Uritton and trainer White, of
Moore's -lock farm The track is ex
actly one thousand yards in length and
forty foot w ide and the rjrand stand is
to be so local-.?1 as to afford a line view
of both the start ami finish during the
races The estimated cost of the track
is $250.00 Mr. White, who has built
ten or a dozen tracks heretofore, says
that it will be a Brat-rate one.
The Clcmson College hand will prc
bably be engaged to furnish the music
'I he secretary requests that all sub
scribers will make it a point to pay
their constributions at once. A large
fOICC i f 1 a'd- is employed on the
grounds and money is necessary to
pay them. I be time beforo tho fair is
short and the liest way for our citizens
to further its success is to promptly
send in their m inoy.
The follo-ving is a list of the con
tributors and amounts:
A ? Adams, .). 0.. 15.00; Adair, H. 1'.,
5,00; Anderson, Willie 11. 2 f>0: An
dor SOU, .!. Wade, l.COi Austin, das. A..
11 -Babb, s Prior, .".00: Habb, Ciar
once M, 2 5O: Ball, B W, 5 00; Bull, \V
W, loi o; F.arksdale, W J. 6 00; Hen
Delia Pharmacy, 5 00; Bennett, .1 s,
5 00; Holt, Jno F, looo, Boyd, s s. 5 00;
Brooke ? Jones, 10 00; Barksdale, T N
,v Oo, ?"? 00.
C Calno, w Pierce, ?. 50; Clark, J
>V,5 00; Ciark, C M, 6 00; Chlldress,
Dave. 5 o0: Connor, P B, ">0n: '.rows.
F. H, ". 00: Crisp, H C, 5 01).
D?Darlington, T D, 5 00; Davis. D
A. 1000: Davis, Robt. W, 2 50: Dial.
W II. 10 00; Dial, N H, 5 00: Dial, Con
way, 5 00; Diamond. S. 10 00; Danklin,
J VV, 5 00.
F Eichelberger, Jno., 500.
)?' Fcathcrstnno, 0 C. 5 Oo: Fergu
son, Jno. W. ".nil: Fleming, J <>CiV.
Co, 10 00; Fowler, Jno. W. r, oo: Fuller.
C s. I00: Fuller, L s. 5 ou.
<; Carlinw on. s D. 5 00; Gray, W L
a Co.. 25 1ii; Cray, H 10, ? 00: Cray, 1
\V. 00; tirltton, 11 H, 5 00.
11 Hudgens, R II, ".OO; Hudgens,
Arthur, 5 00: Hudgens. Eugene, ? 00:
Hull. A. 5 00: Hughes, Ii R, 5 00; Hun
ter, .1 S ( o., 1 IK).
I - frby, W C, 00.
J Johnson & Godfrey,5 00; Johnson,
W A, 00.
K Kennedy Bros , S00: Knight, W
B, 5 00.
I. Lake. T D, 10 00: Lungston, Jno.
IV Hi 00; Lanrens Drug Co., 10 00: Lrui
rens Mercantile Co., ."> Ol): Laurens
Holler Mill, ? Od: Lucas, VV E, 2."> 00.
M ? Martin, A If, 500; Martin. W
El, 5 00: Martin, E W, 10 00; Martin.
Hanry, 10 On: Meng. W K. 500; Mllam,
R l'. 500; Mo.ely .v Roland 5 00; Mc
Oravy, O H, 5 00: McCuen, W H, 2 50.
N * Nolan, J H, 2 60.
O OwingS Owing*, 2 .">0.
P? Palmetto Drug Co., ft 00: Purrott
Bro*.. 1000; Philpot. J M, 6 CO: Pluss,
J .1. .". on.
K? Riehly, W R, 1000; Robertson,
w c P, 6 00; Ropor, c II, 5 00, Roper,
M L, 5 00.
s Shayer, Adolph. 2 50; Smith, F
M, 5 00; Simmons, (> 13, loot): Simpson,
Jl v. I000;Simkins,L W, 5 00; Swit/.cr,
das. S, 2 50.
The Hub, 5 00: Terry, II. 10 00: Todd,
S R, :,iin: Todd. .!? W, 5 00: Tune, C W,
Todd, W A. 2 ?l).
W?Wat'.*. VV A. 5 00: Watt?, J D,
in 00: Weathers, T J. 2 60; Whiteaer,
Will, 2 60: Wilson ft Co., \V G, lo 00:
Wllkes, S M, 6 00: Winters, VV C, 2 ?l).
If any lawyer, merchant, mechanic
or other citizen, looking over this lint,
fails to lind l> s name, let him remem
ber that there is yet time to assist ac
cording to his ability in the up-build
ing of his county. While the fi'.ir will
be of undoubted benefit to tho city, the
farmers of tho county may very well
be Impressed that it i->an agricultural
und slock fair and that the
greatest boneflt will inure to tho
farmer. If there ia any man left in
Lanrens county who fancies that there
is any feeling against the country by
town people, and we do not believe
that there Is, let him refit Cl upon these
liberal contributions made by the busi
ness men of the city, largely for the
promotion of farmer's interests. There
ia time yet for all to contribute. Let
thero be no omissions on any account.
The law requires all obstructions to
be removed out of all streams in the
county in the month of August of each
year. Land owners will please attend
to this mutter and greatly oblige,
R. P. A da ik,
Supervisor, L. C.
July 31st It.
The partnership heretofore existing
oi l ween the undersigned, under the
name of H. M . ft F.. IL wilkes .V Co.,
js this day dissolved by mutual consent.
s. M. WlT.kks,
F.. H. Wll.kkh,
.1. \v. Fbrooson,
The undersigned having purchased
tho interest, of .I. W. Poi'gorson in the
partnership of S. M. & I?;. IL Wilkes .V
Co., beg leave to inform their many
friends and customers that they will
continue the business under the firm
name of S. M- ft F.. II. Wilkes, and
Jhey respectfully Mliol* M continuation
if your patronlage w> gi :>??i ously given
Very I ;e.sj)eelfuUy;
Don't l'nt (Ml.
Presidents of Democratic Clubs in
the city should at once s?e that the
chih li>t.? are rrvlsi d and put in order.
Those who expect to vote should tee
that th?'ir names are enrolled. Remem
ber that dm im-- must i)e enrolled five
days before the election. Managers of
oleotlon should procure their boxes In
The Fiimltnre Factory*
The Laurena Furniture Manufactur
ing Company began tho manufacture
of furniture laM Tuesday. The plant
is now complete. The president. Mr.
F. II. Wilkos, and the superintendent,
Mr. StitV. have pushed the work of in
stalling the plant with groat energy
and they have completed it in a ro
markably short time. The elty water
is now carried to the factory and the
factory la under lire protect! in. The
company has built five four-room cot
tages, all of which will BOOH ho ready
for oceupanoy. Col. Ball h;is also built
two cottages In the neighborhood .Two
new streets', one, Beaufort street, run
ning Cforth-Easl and South-West, fifty
feot wide and connecting the Com
pany's property with C hurch street,
and the other, Katharine street, run
11i11er North-West ami South-East, con
necting the property with Hampton
street, have been opened.
The citizens of Wham's Lawn ob
served their annual custom of a beau
tiful social picnic on Friday last.?
Wham's Lawn is a oharmlng grove with
delightful fountains of pure water and
lovely lad 109 and knightly gentlemen
make it an occasion ever to date from.
This is an election year and they are
all patriot? and their proverbial boun
teous hospitality brought a volume of
candidates and friends. Congressman
Stanyarne Wilson discussed imperial
ism and militarism, denouncing tho
twin infamy of tariff and trusts, giving
note of the cheerful prospect of Bryan.
Adlai and democratic triumph. Joe
Johnson should have been there. Then
followed an entertaining joust between
aspiran s for the county sherill'ulty
the train tilt between Wl arten and in
cumbent MoCravy but T. J. Ducket
and K. D. Boyd had their innings.
"Then "music with its silver sound.''
Every thin)? is not material in Dial's?
especially at Wham's?a splendid band
composed of ladies and gentlemen do
lighted the souls of the guests and
then dainty refreshment.-, no rush
leisurely everything for the inner man,
the substantial, delicacies ? all the
tru ts in their season. What then?
With substantlals for tho stalwarts,
dainties for the darlings, argument
for the patriots, sweet music for tho
sentimental all went merry as a mar
r'age bell. But sweets pal Ton tho taste
and after a delightful recess the Hons,
J. s. Wolff and O. P. Goodwin for the
Peltate, Messrs. L. W. Simkins, K. A.
Cooper, R. W. Nichols and R. W, Nash
for the House were pleasantly re
ceived, spoke for live minutes each,did
not bore their audience and the ora
tory was over. It was all very pleas
ant. The Advertiser is proud of
Wham's Lawn and as everybody knows
who roads Tin: advertiser there is
nothing comparable to Dial's for real
patriotic knighthood and this comes
from the inspiration ot true, delicate
and refined Womanhood. If trouble
comes, an 1 the Chinese,we take refuge
?trick, treck, treck among the Invln
olblos of 1870?times that tried men's
souls In Laurens on the high hills of
Mii. Rditor: Asonoof tho officers in
tho Court House I ask space in your
columns to give an account of my stew
ardship as to the amount of the public
funds I receive for my services as
Treasurer. This is in reply to Mr. W.
D. Sullivan's article in last Issue of the
However, I don't supuoso be had any
referonceto tho office of county Treasu
rer, as it is an executive one and a
salaried oftleo 1 recotvod last year as
my service-, $800.00. I ferotoforo tho
Treasuror has been paid $1,000. I be
lieve it was in '07 tho Treasurer's com
mission was reduced to$800.00. I have
disbursed the public funds on nil war
rants issued by and properly signed by
the different county officials when pre
sented, taking it for granted everything
was correct, being signed and ap
proved by the proper authority.
I lespect fully submitted,
M ksser h.\im,
.Malingers Primary Election Aug. 'is,
Laurens Box ? Waddy Thompson,w.
IT. Anderson, J. B. Brooks.
Factory Box W. W. Biakely, J. O.
Frady, J. S. Adams.
Clinton?T. B. Owens, W. P. Mur
phy, G. O Smith.
Factory?G. A. Miller, II. Woffurd,
W J. Chestnut
Hopewell J. L. Crawford, J. J.
Young, G. C. Hopkins.
Mountvillc? M. B. Crisp, Hogan
Motes, John Grant.
Benno J. W. ('. Bell, P. M. Pitts,
P. E. Ferguson.
Odtdl's ohurch?S. W. Dean, J. If.
Payne, W. 0. Kay.
Scuk l ? it bto VV x Township.
Langston's church?W. B. Clark, J.
P. Dlllard, W. P. Cooloy.
Ora?R. II. Fleming, ILM. Hunter,
W. B Harmon.
Pleasant Mound?W. IL Drummond,
J. B, Johnson,.!. A. Fowler.
Young's Store - W. T Dorroh, W.
W. Wallace, John J Kiddle.
Stewart's Store Henry Prior, Soa
bron Parks, B. E Leonard.
Cook's Store?W. P. Ooker, Bllcy
Phelps, John Cook.
Power?A. S. OwingS, V. A. White,
Dial's Curch?J. H. Hellams, Arch
0. Ow'ngs, J. II, Curry .
Woodvlllo?S. O. Babb, W. F. Mod
lock, L. A. Armstrong.
Gray Court W. 11 Barksdale 0. B,
Brooks, W. R. Cheek.
Shlloh?H. S. Wal ace, L S. Bolt,
Brcwcrton W. 8. Knight, JolTorsoi
Jones, J. If. Crane.
Tumbling Shoals W. A. Baldwin,
W. I). Sullivan, J. M. Wood.
Princeton Jas. Crawford, J. C.
Cambrell, Jack Monroe.
Wat Liu.i u) Township.
Tip Top ?E II. Anderson, S. A. Tay?
lor, J A. Smith.
Daniel's Store J. B. Goddard, J. C,
Martin, Lifayettc Cooper.
Mooorc's?J. M. Poarco, J. E. Hcn
d* rson, J. M. Smith.
Fkoin J. K Boyd. L. C Culhcrtson,
W. L. Terry.
Mt Pleasant Guy Moore, Pat Mad
den, Jr., Jno. W. Fowler.
Crop Hill?K, D. Nanco, David
Black, R. G. Crisp.
It was ordered at the last meet*
ing of County Domocartio Exec
utive Committee, that, such of tho
Managers named for tho Primary
election who come after the boxes
will be giver, the privologo of
bringing in or carrying out the
boxes for the ensuing general elec
tion, und therefore, will rocoivo
mileage in addition to their regu
lar per diem. Managers aro ro
naested to come aftor the boxes
for their respective precincts on
.>r by the 18th inst.
It was further ordered that can
didates can have individual tick
ets printed, with tho candidate's
name made prominent, providod
tho omnibuss plan of ballot is fol
W. T. Cubws,
Sec. anjl Treasu?-'
AXl) BRIEF NOTEN OF RECENT
Judge R. C, Watt- has gone to
Mrs. T. u. Darling ton has returned
from Glenn Springs.
Mr. A. B. Riley, of Greenville, wa
in the city Monday.
Mr*. Ellen Nelson has gone to An
derson for a week's visit.
Mr. David MahulTey spent last week
with home-folks at Kdcn.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Molony are v;s
iting relatives at Honea Path.
Misi Mary Boyee. of Cross Hill, is
visiting Miss Hess BramleB.
Mr. Dial Gray hns gono to Hondcr
sonvillo to spend a few days.
Mr. \V. II. Washington returned on
Thursday from a trip to Charlotte.
Mrs. Fletcher I lodges, of Coronaca.
is visiting Dr. and Mrs. II. K. Alken.
Mr. ('. H. Roper was out of the cl'y
part of last week visiting In the county.
Gov. R, K. Scott, of Ohio, carpet
bag Governor of S uth Carolina, is
Columbia entortaius tho Stato's
v eterans in 1001. And graoofull.\ will
she do it.
The Baptist church has granted a
month's vacation tc Bov I l>. Pitts,
Mr. P. 11 . Fikc. of Spartanburg, was
a welcome visitor to the city during
the past week.
Mr. W. G. Whitman and wife of
Spartanburg, visited in the eity the
firs' of the week .
Mr. C. E. Harper one of the foremost
citizens of Honea Path, >vas in town
first of the week.
Mr. Frank Hammond, of Greenville,
was in the city during the week on a
Hying business visit.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hnrrell visited
in Columbia the past week, returning
to the city Saturday.
Miss Alma Hlx, of Greenville, is the
guest of Misses Bessie, aud Engonla
Bramlett in Jersey.
Mr. Allister G. Holmes has returned
to tho city from the State Summer
School at Rock Hill.
Mr. W. W. Ball Is visiting on Sulli
van's Island where his family is spend
ing tho summer months.
Miss Ella Roland gave a delightful
entertainment In honor of the Soolul
Club on Friday evening.
Mr. .Teasle K. Vanco a clever Lau
rens boy and gonial Knight of the
grip, was home Sunday
Mr. J. B. Taylor, of Greenville, was
In the city Sunday, returning from a
brief visit at Princeton.
Mr. Jim Newton Watkius, of Green
ville, paid a short visit to his brother,
Prof. Watkins this week.
Messrs. H. C. Chirk and E. A. Smith,
of Charlotte, were the guests of Mr.
\v. E. Lucas tho past week.
Mr. Irby Box, formerly of this
county, now a citizen of Pacolet, was
here Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Young Vance, of Columbia, was
in the city early part of this week
seeing his numerous friends.
Messrs. .lohn Quincy Philip.-, and
James Kennedy affable young gentle
men of Clinton, were in town Monday.
There has been a period of dull and
painful peaco In the campaign crowd
since the one round bout in this city.
Mr. Miles Bclluno a leading rice
planter of Georgetown, is a visitor thi>
week at Mrs..! H. Cannon's nt Narnoo.
Rev. B. J. Woodward conducted a
very interesting revival meeting at
Rabun Creek church during the past
Police Olliccr Frank Duvall spent
his week of vacation at Waterloo, his
home, returning to the city Monday
Mr. Tom Leak, of (Minion, New
York and Everywhere, was in the city
to the delight of his very many friends
Mr. P. A. Simpson attended as a
delegate the annual convention of the
Ancient order of United Workmen, hold
in Atlanta last woek.
Miss Mary Badgett, formerly of
Lanrens, where sho has so many
friends, now of Spartanburg, was in
tho city on Monday, and heartily
Mr. John W. Ferguson Jr., after a
short stay at home has returned to
Walhalla, where he holds a position
with the Walhalla manufacturing
Mr. William Wells Simpson, who
has a responsible position with the C.
A: W. C .railroad in Savannah, is homo
spending tho week with his parents.
Ho Is looking well.
Messrs. John A. Franks, Frank Ow
ens, John I). W. Watts, F. D. Bolt and
others are attending the Farmers In
stitute at Olemson. M'hoy went over
by private conveyance.
We are requested to announce that
a Lawn party will bo given at the resi
dence of Mr J. N. Wright, Friday
evening, August 17th. Refreshments
will be sold for tlie benefit of Lisbon
A communication by SherilT McCravy
touching the administration of that
oflico. is necessarily excluded, reaching
us after the article of Supervisor
Adair. We will glvo the Sheriffs ar
ticle next issue.
Dr. .L J. Boozer, the vetoran and
accomplished physician of Clinton, im
proven in health, dropped in on the
ADVERTISER on Monday. He will go
to one of the many sparkling Springs
and recuit during our tor id waves.
Miss Sara Hall went down to the
S a Coast during last week, and will
sivnd some time on Sullivan's Island.
'1 here sho will see what virtue there
is in the salt-sea waves, and dally with
tho nymths that attend those Mint go
down to the sea in ships.
Mr. J. S. Swltzor, who has been with
the Mosoloy and Kola ml hardware
Btbre for the pa?t three years, will on
1st of Sept. remove to WOOdrUff where
he will rcsldo in tho future. He and
IBs charming wifo will be missed by a
very large circle of friends.
Mr. Lcland Konody and N'astcr
Tom Crews drove through to (Meinsen
Monday to bo present at the Farmers
Institute, now in session there. Mr.
Kennedy is making a specialty in the
study of vetorinary surgory hence
his attendance upon tho Institute
whon he will assist in somo of tho
Mr. J. O. C. Flomlng, ono of our
most public spirited citizens, broke
ground yesterday morning on a spien
' did brick building on the north oast
corner and facing tho public tquftro.
It will be of brick, will consist of two
storo rOJms, and a large Hull above
and over all. This will round out our
public square with substntial business
i.1111-: and then tho march of improve
ment to the four calendar points. Mr.
Fleming's houro will bo ready for 00
eupanco at an early day, a? it will bo
] pushed, with all convenient speed.
But our town In bound to grow and
Crop of 1900.
ISARLY PLAT DUTCH,
RARLY PURPLK TOP,
LAUG 10 RKD TOP GLOBK,
SOUTHKRN SNOW WHITK GLOBK,
KARLY WHITK KGG,
POM KRANK A Nr WIHTK GLORK,
V KLL< )\V GL< >BK,
V KLLOW STONK,
RUT A RAG A,
SKVEN T< )l'.
All the above in hulk or in sealed
packages holding I, | and 1 pound
each. Send us your ordors. We .sell
"SEED TH A I GROW."
The Laurons Drug Co.
'Phone 70 Goods delivered.
Will Suit When
We Send it Home!
We arc careful about ihc de
tails of our business, careful
about the washing, starching
and ironing, about the button
holes and brands, about the
color in colored goods.
WE LEAD, OTHERS ARE
TRYING TO FOLLOW.
LAUREN'S LAUNDRY CO.
'Phone 6o will bring our team.
T. K, IIcnuKNs, Manager
If You Can't Go to the
You sure ought not to mi^-> going to
S. M. & K. II. Wilkos & Co.'s Store ami
see the wonderful Hr.UK Flamm Wick
i.kss Oil Stovk they are agents for
the most perfect Cooking Stove on lllO
market, cheaper than wood, absolutely
safe, no svood to buy or chop, no heat,
no soot. Call to-day. Your money
back if they are not as represented,
Are grand, but skin eruptions rob
life of joy . Hucklen'fl Arnica Salve, |
cures them; also Old, Running ami
Fever SoroP, Ulcers, boils, Folons,
Corns, Warts, Cuts, bruises, Hums
Soald, ('happed Hands. Chilblain-,
best Pile euro on earth. Drives out
Pains and Aeh.s. Only 25 cts. a box.
Cure guaranteed. Sold by The Lau
rens Drug Co.
The Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of the People's Loan and Kx
change Rank, of f.aureus, S. C,. 's
hereby called to bo held at the ollicu
of the Hank at II o'clock, a. m., Aug.
21st 1000. In case of non attendance
please send Proxy
J. W. TODD. Cashier.
I.aurens, S. 0., duly -M l?00i
Don't throw them away be
cause they arc broken. Per
haps it will take but little money
to make them as good as now
If your watch docs not keep
time take it to
Lanrena, Ji C.
We will let to the lowest bidder, the
Building of a Bridge, at the Stoddard
old mill ford on September 4th , 1900.
R P. ADAItt,
Supervisor L. C.
Prices IR^edULoecl on Elverytliing in
Uig Line of 10 cents Muslin to be closed out at (> cents.
Lot of 5 cents Muslin to be closed out at 3 cents.
T Ii E S ? A It E 151 U VALUE S.
TJ^e Sale Goes 0*)T
"WJn.il? "Wo a,r? Closing ourt SuLm.rn.or Goods a,t
m~ "W-A.'Y" DOwN PRICES H ?
We will have a
Wo havo f.;las? decanter filled with Peas and with every Negligee Shirt, Straw Hat or Tie, you buy for cash, you get .1 cues
at the number of IVns in the decanter.
ist Prize i pair $5.00 shoes. 2nd. tVi/.e i pair $3.00 shoes. 3rd. I'rizc 1 pair $2.00 shoos. 4th. Prize 1 pair ??i.00 shoos.
Call and wo will explain it.
Lanrens, 8. C.
We u)at)t Yoii* Trade
Oven si/o, I5 x 1<> incos, with
11 piccoH of ware.
Oven sue, IT x 18 l-i! itielios, with
4] Pioeoa of war.-.
Concave T??p Oven Chile, furnishing 20 per ceut more baking area inside Oven than any ot her Stove of its .'hiss: ftim Covers' Fl u<
not cramped: singlo corrugated Kir*! Ducks, guaranteed for 15 years: gracefully Swelled Front and Ovon Doors; Outsid) '
Oven Shell"; Rolling Oven Damper: Cut Ceutora and Rests; capacious Ventilate 1 Ovon, taking; full-size pans,
Concave, Swinging Front Gate; Kicker; largo Soot Door, making Flues oasy of access,
j\ rFrolght L*ald?lfs
Furchuscs. 0 L
Lanrens, S. C.
Tho Oil and Fertilizer Oo. will deliver pure loo mado from
Artesian water us following rates:
4,000 lbs Hook, 200 lbs a day, *10.00 2.Vts. per Hundred, 50cls per day.
2,000 lbs Book, 100 lbs a day, 0.00 Mots, per Hundred, 30cts |>or day.
1,000 lbs Book, 50 lbs a day, :5."><> .'f?cis. per Hundred, 17|c. per day.
500 lbs Hook, 25 lbs a day, -??">(> 40uts. por Hundrod, loots per day.
200 lbs Hook. 10 lbs a day, !.<><> 50cts. per Itundrod, Sets pot* day.
Secure coupon book at once, as drivers are not allowed to
deliver ioo except for coupons.
Oil ai?cl Yzttilizef Co .
It is conceded by lady experts in shop
ping that for White 1*1(1110 and all the diver
sified weaves in White Goods, Embroideries
and Laces, quality and price considered, this
is the place to buy. Another lot sunshades
just opened from 35 cts. up at
Lanrons, S. C\, May 7th, 1900,
Ltturens, 8. C, Juno 6, 1000.
Wo oller our [MMENSK STOCK of
Dry Goods, Notions,
Clothing, Hats and Shoes
at greatly roducod prices. w<? bought those Good-t
b'toro t ho recout hoavy advance and can save you moi>.?y
If you will only givo us ;i trial. HifC Stock of
at. Rock Bottom 1'rioes. Wo have Bomothiug in tins lino that,
will suit your appetite.
Lanrens Mercantile Company.
The Place?Todd Building?formorly Todd iv. Hull's stund.
and ROBES, and HEARSE, at tho
c- LOWEST PRICES.
A oontinuanco of tho gonoroiiB patronage hitherto extended
ctfully Bolicitod. KENNEDY BROS., Laurent