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LAUBEN8, S.C., SEPT. 15?, I?00.
a Newspaper Matter.
In ItH issue of Sept. 0, The Laurens
County News published the following
at the head of Its edltoripl column?,
Immediately above Its louding cdltt
Sept. 11, 1WH).
For the convenience of our readers
wo publish here the list of those who
run in the primary Tuesday who huvo
their announcements in The News:
(Voto for one.)
Gm >. S. Mot Juavy.
Tip is. j. i iuckutt.
Fi >R TREASURER.
(Vote for one.)
M i;ssi:h BAD1I.
John II. COPKLAND.
F< )ll SUPERVISt >R.
(VotO for one.)
Ron in .1. Coim:lanu.
.1 as. s. Dhummond.
FOR SUPT. EDI 'CATION.
(VotO for one.)
c L Johnson.
( has. F. BltOOKS.
KOI I (Oii- NKIl.
(Vote for one.)
\V. I) Watts.
It will be noted that under "coro
ner" only one name was printed. In
another jHirt ot the paper, announce
ment cards of the candidates in the
above list were printed.
Mr. YVatts was elected coroner by
three votes. A change of two votes
would have changed the result. It it
claimed that the publication above re
printed was \mfair to Mr. Ferguson
and perhaps caused his defeat.
Of course it's the business of the
County News how the County News is
run, not ours, but at the same time the
matter is one of general newspaper
policy and ' ethics", so we propose to
comment upon it.
Advertising is one thing and news
is another. It was right and proper
that the announcement cards of those
who had paid for them should appear I
in the advertising columns, as they
did. The ticket we havo reprinted
appeared in the editorial and news
columns. It purported to be printed
for "the convenience of readers."There
was nothing to indicate that it was an
advertisement or that it was paid for.
Wc suppose it was not paid for. The
qualification "who have their an
nouncement in The News" may have
been intended as a method of calling
attention to the advertisement cards.
Hut, printed among editorials and
news matter without advertisement
sign and copying closely the form of
the official ballot. Iis tendency was to
mislead, to convey a wr< ng impression
In sorno cases it did mislead, it did con
vey a wrong impression.
A well regulated newspaper, when
it prints news, is expected to print it
in full and not to suppress a part. The
qualifying clause "who have their an
nouncements in The News." when it is
considered that this ticket v as placid
where newspapers usually print party
tickets for public guidance and that
with the 0Alois] ballot,with instructions
"vote for one,'' fails to save tho publi
cation from its tendency to bo mis
leading Wc have heard of cases in
which It did mislead. People may, in
a rew instances, have imagined that
Mr. Ferguson hail withdrawn The
publication : caused confusion in the
minds of some and probably the loss of
tw^ Vote"?^! Mr. Ferguson. Defeat.
Z7ny retisonabl1. be attributed by^Miv
Ferguson to thV cause^_^?
[n two other" ptaees, the County
News in the ? nine issue printed cards
for Mr. Forgmon asking for support in
the second primary. These, we arc
informed, were advertisements and
paid for: which make it the stranger
that Mr. Ferguson's name should havo
been omitted in the printed list.
Moreover, it should be no ed that the
County News did not publish the re
sult of the first primary as declared
by the county executive committee,
and the printed list was, so far as we
can see. the only intimation it gave to
its readers as to would run in the sec
ond primary, except through Major
Ferguson's paid advertisements.
Finally, wo submit that if it publlsbcd
any news about the election at all, it
should have published it so that the
public could not possibly have been
misled and in its news columns should
not havo suppressed a part of the elec
tion news to the injury of one of the
As between the two candidates Till'.
ADVERTISER had no choice, ono being
our old-time friend and the other a
Wo distinctly do not charge Tho
County News with intentional unfair
ness, but in this e.loso contest, the
effect of its printing a partial ticket in
the way that it did was probably to de
feat a candidate. If it sought that, it
Major Ferguson simply did not feel
able to put his announcement in all
three papers, so iie gave his job work
to tho County News.
The following is what the County
News said about tho matter last week:
"Last week's issue of Tho News con
tain d a list of the candidates WHO
HAD THEIR ANNOUNCEMENTS IN
THE NEWS., Mr. M. H. Forguson's
name was omitted, becauso bo did not
boo fit to put his announcement with us.
Some of his friends wore telling it
abroad that we favored Mr . Watte and
loft Mr. Ferguson out on that account.
Mr. Ferguson has no ono to blamo hut
himself. Ho was asked onco In writ
ing and onco in person to put his an
nouncement with up, but ho preferred
to patronize other papers, i/o seemed
to think that because he gavo us a few
dollars worth of job work wo should
have put his announcement In our col
umn. Hut in justice to tho candidates
who paid us, and as ho Is not an ob
Iect of charity, wo could not publish
llfl card free. It is as unreasonable of
him to exocct US to publish his an
nouncement free as it would bo for
Davis, Roper .V Co., or 8. M. & E. H.
Wilkoa to expect us to ndvertiso them
free. Our living is mnde by tho adver
tisements wo get. If all woro ae un
reasonably as this wo could not pub
lish our sheet.
As to our siding with any ono candi
date In thus campaign it is a mistake.
Whllo wo woro publishing tho dally,
wo troated overy ono fairly, giving ub
food write up to those who did not nd
jis to. those who did.
re bofore and
ftl for It this time."
bur all wool mattresses,
and if you are not satisfied
it after 80 nights trial we will
fully refund your money.
8. M. A E. H. WMkes.
Foe (lie vast majority of those who
votod for Mr. McSwoenoy wo have do
word of criticism. They wore voting
for the dispensary, voting as tin y have
voted for ten years, atid as they wer.'
generally expected to vote. Nor is
there anything harsh to he said of those
in certain cities who voted for Mr. Mo
Sweeney. Theirs wore votes of ex
pediency, which appeals at times to us
If SOine gallant, high-minded gentle
man, embodying most that we cherish
in South Carolina politics, some line old
soldier and able man like Major Barkor,
of Charleston or Mr. Youtnans, of Co
lumbia, had been a candidate,we night
have voted for the other man on grounds
of expediency. We hope not. But if
we had, it would have been at tho price
of some of our self-respect. We should
have been distinctly conscious of hav
ing done a cheap thing and we should
not have eared lol>oastof the little gain
that. wo had from the result. And so,
knowing how many of us may forget
our better impulses in political affairs,
we have no "railing accusation" to
bring against Charleston and Columbia
for voting against such a man as tho
examples wo have cited. It may have
been calculating and shrewd of Colum
bia and Charleston, but it was not like
them, and wo must at least be allowed
to regret the new roles in which they
Our Temperance Institution.
Tho State Hoard of Control at their
meeting last week purchased only 4,000
barrels of whlskoy, ease goods not
counted. "Christmas comes but once a
year." Ono hundred and sixty thou
sand gallons is scarcely a gallon to tho
head of the adult, male population.?
There is danger of South Carolina "go
ing dry" yet.
One of tho Many Things Which Chris
tinns Ought to Do.
Wo have a list of these things in Ko
rnaus, tho 12th chapter. The first of the
li.-t Is, "Let love be without dissimula
tion or hypocrisy." And if wo only
have our hearts filled with love, this
will lead us to do the other things
spoken of in tho chapter. The apostle
Paul say3: "Love is the fulfilling of
tho law," meaning that love is tho (Oel
ing that will lead us to do all that the
law commands us to do: "Distributing
to the necessity of saints, given to hos
pitality." Saints means Christians,
their necessity means the things they
have need of. Distributing means
sharing with them such things as we
have. Hospitality means kindness
shown to strangers, acd so wo are
taught that wo should bo willing to
i-hare with others such things as we
have?when wo find that they are in
need of them and especially that wo
should ho kind to strangers. If we are
truo Christians then this is the way
we will feel and this is the kind of life
we will try to live. There is a good
deal said in the Bible about hospitality
or the kindness we should do to others,
whether they aro friends or strangers.
In one placo we aro commanded to
"use hospitality one to another with
out grudging." In another wo aro
told, "Be not forgetful to entertain
strangers, for thereby some have en
tertained angels unawares." This is
supposed to roler to tho patriarch
Abraham. In the times when tho Bi
ble was written the people were very
hospitable or kind to strangers. Abra
ham was like them In this respect. Wo
have a very interesting example of
this in tho 18th chapter of Genesis,
where we read how Abraham when
alone, sitting in the door of bis tent in
the heat of tne day, saw three men
coming towards him. They wore
strangers and ho had no idea who thoy
were, but he went out and invitod
ihem to come into his tent and stop
and rest and have something to cat.
Then ho had water brought for them
to wash iheir feet, which is a very re
freshing tiling In that warm country.
He ordered provision to be prepared
for them too. Ono of these travellers
turned out to bo the fon of God, our
Savior, and tho others wero two an
gels, all in the form of men. They
wero on their way to the wicked cities
of Sodom and Gomorrah, which they?
were going to destroy and they hP'Vstop
ped on purpose to toi}'Abraham what
they wero goir>? t0 do. And so hore we
see how-Auraham was not forxetful to
? 'iTTTertnin strangers and in doing this
he did "entertain angels unawares "
The people in eastern countries have
very much the same feeling still. They
are given to hospitality. A poor
weaver had a loai of bread given to
him ono day in a certain town in Eng
land when he was very hungry. He
afterwards became a very rich man.
But he never forgot the kindness
shown to him that day when he was so
hungry. Before he died he left a sum
of money in trust for tho purpose of
distributing on tho anniversary of that
day a half penny loaf to every person
in the town and to every person pass
ing through the town a penny loaf.
Ard now to this day out of the money
thus left any traveller passing the
College of St. Cross at Winchester, on
knocking at the gate and asking for it
has a pitcher of ale and a small loaf of
bread brought out for his refresh
ment. When Jesus ontered our world
he met with no hospitality. "Ho came
unto his own and his own received him
not." Bethlehem found no room for
Him in tho Inn "and yet it is His re
ligion which teaches us to bo given to
hospitality.'' Lot us learn to bo hos
pitable to Jesus by finding room for
him Ii? our hearts. This Is tho best
foi m in which we can practice hos
pitality for Joeus always brings a bloss
ing with him whenover ho comes. We
read in Luke, 24th chapter, about two
of the disciples who wore hospitable to
Jesus. They begged him to stay and
eat with them after their walk to
P.nimaus and ho made himself known
to ' hem in tho breaking of bread.
XacchouB was hospitable to Jesus and
took him homo to his louse and Jesus
brought salvation to him that same
Let us be hospitable to stragers and
kind to all.
To the Public!
Tho soason Is upon us when tho far
mers must decide what disposition
they will make of their cotton. OI
course I do not know whether the
price will go up or down?this overv
ono must judge for himself, howovor 1
want to stato to the public, In case
they ile.-,ire, to hold their cotton, wo
are prepared to take oare of it at the
Laurens Bonded Warehouso Company,
and In caso they desire, will advance
thorn a reasonable amount of money
upon their rccoipt. Our terms of
storago and insurance aro very low.
Wo can take caro of all that willcome,
and as our market is ono of tho best in
the State, it will pay overybody to
bring tholr cotton hore.
I would bo glad for tho public to call
on mo at my office at the Kntorprise
Bank or upon Mr. Soxton at the Ware
N. B-. DIAL,
All persons having claims against the
estate of Aaron W?lls, docoased, will
presont thorn proper'y attested at a re
forenco to bo hold in the Probate Court
for Laurcns county on tho 20th day of
Soptdmber, A. D., and all thoso in
debted to said estate will mako pay
mont on or before said date.
O. G. Thompson.
j. p. l,. o.
August 27th, 1900.?3t.
A ( AIM).
Editor of Advertiser, siu:?
1'leaHo allow mo spaco in your valua
ble paper to thank my many friends
for the flattering vote they gave mo 01.
the llth inst. Though I wuh defeated,
still 1 must suy that I appreciate the
steadfastness of my friends in my ro
cont contest more than in any othor
contest that I have been in.
The light against mo was unfair and
very unjust, hut I have not a word of
complaint, and I leavo all tho unfair
methods resorted to by my enemies
with them and their God.
Some are ri juicing over my defeat.
This they have a perfect right '?0 do:
because I did my rejoicing several
My successor is a good and deserv
ing man und I will at all times hold up
his hands and strive to aid him in ovory
As to tho unjust and unusuul on
slaught made upon me by a number of
candidates defeated in the First Pri
mary and who, lending a willing oar
to every falsehood against me, wont
among tho people and poisoned their
minds with slates and combines, I am
content to turn thorn over to their own
consciences and the tender mercies of
I was defeated, because T did not get
votes enough, but my defeat does not
give mo political sore-head. Many of
my fellow-clti/.ens who voted against
mo are yet my friends. They had a
right to vote for whom they pleased.
Laurons county has been kind and very
gonorous to mo and suroly no ono ap
preciates the same more than T.
The memory of my frionds will al
ways bo cborlshed. My enemies T have
already forglvon. f hopo to mako Lau
rens my home and tho latch-strlng of
my door will hang on the out-Bide.
Friends you are all invited.
After thanking my friends aguin
T am gratefully yours,
Qeo. s. McOravy,
Prevented a Tragedy.
Timely information given Mrs. Geo.
Long, of New Straitsvillo, Ohio, pre
vented a dreadful tragedy anil saved
two lives. A frightful cough had long
kept her awake every night. She
had tried many remedies and doctors,
but steadily grew worse until urged to
try Dr. King's New Discovery. Ono
bottle wholly cured her and she writes
this marvelous medicine also cured
Mr. Long of a severe attack of Pneu
monin. Such euros are positive proof
of the matchloss merit of this grand
remedy for curing all throat, chest
and lung troubles. Only 50 cents and
$1.00. Every bott'o guaranteed. Trial
bottle free at The Laurcns Drug Co.
Sideboards to suit the most fastid
S. M. & E. II. Wilkes.
wanted ? Second handed school
books at highest cash prices.
Palmetto Drug Go.
NOTICE OF DISSOLI TION OF PART
THE partnership existing between
the undersigned for the practice of law
is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
C. D. Barksdale.
Aug. 28, 1900-2t
Union Female College,
Health record unsurpassed.
Tn-door physical culture.
Excellent F.omo supervision.
Faculty of specialists.
Best methods employed.
lodi.Vui??T attention given.
Kibe arts emphasized.
Four music teachers.
Specially tine orchestra.
Religious influences exceptional.
Superior church privileges.
Scholarly pulpit talent.
Splendid pipe organ9.
Uplifting choir music.
Successful church organizations.
Christian teachers' example.
Remarkably moderate rates.
Students loan fund.
Reduced rates to South Carolina pa
trons. Write for particulars.
Thos. f. Jones,
Thero is more Catarrh in this sec
tion of the country than all other dis
eases put together and until the lnBt
few years was supposed to bo incura
ble. For a groat many years doctors
pronounced it a local disease and pre
scribed local remedies, and by con
stantly failing to euro with local
treatment pronounced it incurable.
Sclonce has proven catarrh to bo a
constitutional disoaso, and thcrcforo
requires constitutional 'roatment.
Hall's Catarrh Curo, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney it Co., Toledo, Ohio, is
the only constitutional cure on the
market. It is taken internally in dosos
from 10 drops to a toaspoonful. It acts
directly on tho blood and mucous sur
faces of tho system. They olfer ono
hundred dollars for any case it falls to
curo. Send for circulars and testi
F. .1. CHENEY & CO.,
Toledo, O .
Sold by druggists, 75 cents.
Hall's"Family Pills are tho best.
Farm Lands for Sale.
I have for sale f>00 acres of good farm
lands, well watered and wooded, situ
ated in a splendid community of Sulli
van Township, in Laurena county. I
will oither sell as a whole or divido In
to small tracts on easy terms. Further
information can bo had from Mr Hobt.
M. Wasson, at Charlton Hall, or by
addressing me at Laurons, S. C .
S. C. TODD.
Pursuant to an Act of tho General
Aasombly of South Carolina Bonds of
the county of Laurons to tho amount
of $l.r>,000 issued ir. aid of tho Groen
villo and Laurons, and Greenwood,
Laurons & Spartanburp Ktilroads, and
duo In December, 1000, will be refund
ed and to run for thirty ycara. 800
Act, pago 58:1. Statutes at Lnrgo, A.
D. 1900. Seal bids invited until Octo
ber lBt, 1000.
K. P. Adaih,
Supervisor and Chairman Board of
County commissioners, L. 0.
It is tho order of the Coum.j Board
that all road ovor-sojrs In '.ho county
call out tholr respective hands and
put in their full four n.V/S on tho roads
by the 10th of Soptomber 1900
R. P. A oa 1 it,
Suporviaor, L. C.
July 31st?4t. _
Will bo lot to the lowest bidder tho
building of some houses and other re
pairs at tho County Homo, on Satur
day l?th of September, HKH), at 11
o'clock, a. m.
R. P. Adair,
Supervisor, L. C.
In the Spring
Are Curod by
"I alwa'ya take
Hood's Sarsaparille in
tho Sprln? and It Is
the best bloodpuritler
I know Ol." Mihs
Pbablb Qbiffim, Bald
win, M Ich.
" My blood was poor
and sores broke out
on my hands. Vinco
takln? three bottlns of
Ilood's Sursapurluu I
have bad no sores of
any kind." Miss
Clark St., n. Y. City.
" I had ttiat tired
feeling all tlie time.
I took Hood's Sarsa
parilla and it mado
me fed like a nev
man. My wife was
all run down ; Hood's
bas given her good
health." C. JIowlhv,
Mnnvllle. u. I.
broke out on my little
girl's face. I got a bot
tle of Iluod's Sarsapa
rilla and bofore ehe
had taken all of It the
sores wore gone. We
think there is no blood
puritler like Hood's."
Mrs. Harvey Diukbb
son, 14 Townly Ave.,
Cortland, N. Y. (
Blood Cure Sent Free.
By addressing Blood Balm Co.,
885 Mitcholl Street, Atlanta, Ga.,
any of our readers may obtain n
sample bottlo of the famous B. B.
B.?Botanic Blood Balm, tho
greatest, grandest, best and
strongest Blood Remedy known.
Cures when all else fails, pimples,
ulcers, scrofula, eczema, boils,
blood poison, eating sores, dis
tressing skin eruptions, cancer,
catarrh, rheumatism. Froo medi
cal advico included, when de
scription of your trouble is given.
This gonoroiiH offer is worth while
accepting Sample bottle seilt
froo, all charges prepaid. Large
bottles, (containing nearly n
quart of medicine) for sale by all
druggists at $1.00 per bottle.
B. B. B. is away ahead of ull
other Blood Remedies for curing
Spring Blood Humors. Try B. B.
B. this spring.
Try a pair of our Blon Shoe at $3.50.
Every pair a model of neatness, fitness
and goodness and guaranteed.
.). IS. MInter & Bro.
BALL, SIM KINS & KALL,
Attorneys at Law,
Laurkns, South Carolina.
We praetico in all Stato and United
Statos Courts. Speolal attention given
<f3T Parties desiring to buy or sell
Factory, Bank and other Stock, bonds,
etc., or real estato may consult W. W.
Several town lots for sale. Sales of
lots on monthly installments nego
Ii You Can't Goto the
You sure ought not to miss going to
S. M. & F.. H. Wilkes & t'o.'s Store and
see the wonderful BL.UK Fr.a.mk VVlCK
lbss Oil Stove thoy are agonts for
the most perfect Cooking Stove on the
market, cheaper than wood, absolutely
safe, no wood to buy or chop, no heat,
no soot. Call to-day. Your money
back if they are not as represented.
Will Suit When
We Send it Home!
We are careful about tbe 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.
LAU RENS LAUNDRY CO.
'Phone 6o will bring our team.
T. K. HfJDGRNS, Manager
The Fruit of the Saw.
WE1 handle everything in
the line of lumber and Sup
plies for Builders,
LUMBER, ah you WANT IV?
dressed or rough?Flooring,
Coiling, Siding, Doors, Sash,
Blinds, Laths, Shingles, Lime,
We have spared no trouble
in securing for this market,
tho best, lumber of all kinds,
Economy is wealth, and it
is economy to buy the boBt of
lumber. No shrinkage, then,
in quantity or valuo.
R II. HUDGENS & SON,
M?r. 30, 1900,-ly.
Dr. Kofe E. Hughes,
Offices?Todd Building, Phono 76; and
Cotton Mills Store, Phono 100.
Spooially proparod for Examin
ing and Troating disoasos of Kyo,
Kar. Throat and Noso.
Laurent Cotton Mills Store
Wednesday 26th, 1900.
FALL -WIHTEI STOCK
WGWILSON & CO'S.
For Ladies wear an attractive lino is shown here in
Silks and Fine Wool Dress Goods, embracing
all the new Weaves and Shades.
We have secured
in Table Linen, Napkins and Towels. These goods can not be
duplicated at these prices.
New Hosiery and Underwear. liest brands of Sheetings
and Shirtings known to the trade. Ladies and Misses Shoes direct
from the Manufacturers.
From many quarters you will hear of advanced prices this
Fall. Examine these goods and see the latest styles at the Lowest
Prices, whether you buy or not.
W. U. WILSON & CO.
Laurons, S. C, Sept IS, 1900.
him MtMi Watet*
To claim that tho Harris Lithia Water is Superior to any other
water on tin; continent, is claiming a great deal, but we can prove this
to bo so by the analysis made by tho most noted Chemists in Amer
ica, and also by tho most noted physicians from all parts of tho
county. Read what they say:
Mr. J. T. Harris,
Harris Springs, S, G.
Dear Sir:?1 have prescribed
Harris Lithia Water freely, in
cases where a Lithia Water was
indicated, for over seven years,
and have never known it to fail
to prove highly beneficial to the
patient. 1 have used other lithia
waters, but have had better results
from Harris Lithia Water than
any T have ever employed in my
praotioe. r regard it as a sovereign
remedy in Uric acid Diathesis,
Clout, rheumatism of the kidneys
and bladdor. In acute and chronic
bright's disease, and in diabetes
we have no remedy at our com
mand that excels Harris Lithia
Water. I have no hesitancy in
saying that the water may be re
lied upon to give most satisfactory
results, and that it is a sure, pos
itive solvent of Urio acid and the
Yours very t ruly,
?lames B, Margan, M. I).,
Prof, of Chemistry and Pharmacy Med
ical Department of the University
Ashevillo, N. C, April 24. 1893.
An extended clinical use of
Harris Lithia Water prompts me
to tho statement that I regard it
as one of the best, if not the best,
Lithia Water known to the profes
sion. In the condition of Phos
phatie Urine, its action is marvel
ous. Its use in the Rheumatic
and Gouty Diseases affords me
more comfort than either the buf
falo or Londonderry Waters.
Very truly yours,
John Hey Williams, M.D.
Tho Hotel at this famous spring is now opon for guests, and if
you will como to the Spring and drink the water and are not benefited
or cured we will board von froo.
Harris Hotel Company.
T. N. Barksdalo bogs to announce fchr o ho lias added to his
business a fully equipped and woll-appointeu Hue of
*4 Fltijeral Slipplies
A handsome II10ARSE has been purchased. In tho conduct
of funerals, good taste and judgment will govern and patrons aro
promised efficient and prompt service.
A very largo stock of Caskets, all pricos and sizes, kept on
T. J^. Barksdale.
gykW*" East-sido of Public Square
gjff~ Tho stock of funeral supplies is kept on tho lloor with Mr. Harks
dale's line of vehicles. Mr. R. P. Milam has general ohargo of those depart
ments and calls, day or night, Sundays and weok days, will have Instant atton
on. At nights or Su ndays, 'Phone Mr. Mllam's rosldonce.
Raise Your Own Broad and Compete tor n Valuable Prize
The Virginia-Carolina Chemical Company
Best Wheat Crop Made in the State.
For particulars apply to the Company at Charleston, or any
of its authorized agents in the State.
Competitors must register their names not later than Decem
ber ist, 1900. Three prizes offered :
A REAPER AND BINDER.
A WHEAT DRILL.
TWO TONS STANDARD AMMONIATED FERTILIZER.
SEE CHANGE OF
-?a THE HUB *
AD NEXT WEEK.
Wo have just received our Fall Stock of the
in all the latent shapes, in Calf, Willow Calf
and Vici. These $.'1.50 Shoos are exact coun
terparts of those sold for $-1.00 at most stores.
Thoy combine Style, Comfort, Quality and
We will Take Pleasure
in showing these Shoos to you whether you
wish to buy or not.
J. JKJ. Hinter & Bro.
Laurons, S. C, Aug. 28, 1900.
,no?*u kennedy bros.?
tho Undertaking business at tho old stand. COFFINS, CASKETS
and ROBES, and HEARSE, at tho
. ?LOWEST PRICES_^
A continuanco of tho gonerous patronago hitherto extended res
pectfully solicited. KENNEDY BROS., Laurons, S. C
Glenn Springs Hotel
GLKNN SPRINGS, S. C.
QtaKKii <? Se!ttlK*n Stua^tce iUcsott a,
LEADS ALL OTHERS.
Thoro is but 0110 Glenn Springs, and it has no equal on oho
Continent for tho Stomach, Livor, Kidneys,
Botvols and Blood.
Motel Open June 1st to Oct, 1st.
T* Cuisine and Sorvioo Excollont.
Ereatgst Resort in tfig Soatb,
For Board apply to SIMPSON & SIMPSON, Glenn Spring
South Carolina. Water $1.76 per oaso, bottlos to bo returned.
Wator for salo by Thd Lauron? Drug Co., Kounody Bros., Dr. T>
F. Posoy, Laurons, 8. 0.