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I AI HKNS. S. <., .NOV. 1 I. 1900.
The Passing or Bryan*
"Four years more of McKinley'' is
the verdict. Al the end of ibis period
we will bear no more of Bryan. The
Issues of (be two las! campaigns will
have been SOttlcd New questions will
have arisen and the next election will
turn upon tbem. New men will come
with new moasuros. Tin- American
people know little or nothing of the Is
sues of other Governments than our
own and Brita'n, Both are constitut
ional governments, both are governed
by the people, the Queen in I'.ngland
being a mere figure head. As a rule in
both governments all oloctlons have
turned upon questions growing out of
the coustiution. Over a century ago
JelTerson's construction pro vailed over
Hamilton's and the Democrats pre
vai "d. And the democrats have never
won except upon .lellerson's tariff views
and his strict construction view as
against latltudinarianistn ami camping
out-side the constitution of Hamilton
ami 8cward, When we go back to
Ii ist principles and light it out on the
tar ill we will win and the Democrats
b'ing back the ship of State within
Who and What Did II.'
Crokor says "Froo Silver " Some
say "Hen Tillman" did it. McKinley
says the ''Patriotism" of the country
did i;. Hanna ntys the "full dinner
plate" Others put it on "populism"
and others on "anti-expansion." But
TlIK ADVEltTISKM puts it where it he
longs -the 1 'commercial spirits", the
"everlasting trusts", the "almighty
dollar ", the "money devil" of Henry
Since the Tidal Wave the New Or
leans Tribune requested leading Demo
crats to give their views. Her > is from
Congressman Catchlngs, of Mississippi,
answered among a volume of others.
His views are along the line of the
Democratic fathers and when we get
back to thier lighting lines wo are
mighty nigh the enemy's baggage
"Drop free silver, drop fusionism,
drop the cry of government by injunc
tion, drop the cry of imperal'sm and
militarism, drop all discussion about
the Philippines until peace has been
restored: drop appeals to the passions
and prejudices of the idle and discon
tented. Review the fundamental ques
tion of taxation, teach the Democratic
doctrine that people cannot be made
rich by taxing them: assail the favorit
ism and wrongs of a high protective
tarlIT, Btand for the control of trusts
and combines by methods, not oppres
sive; demand enlargement of the [low
ers of the Inter-state commerce com
mission ami the liberal Improvements
of harbors, and insist on local self-gov
ernment, and let the next Presidential
candidate remain at home during the
We had the lirst suggestion of an
Arctic department In the weather cabi
net hist Friday morning. .lack Frost
got in his fine work and lee was a
quarter inch thick-. You may gather
your sweet tutors now and a fat possum
\s In oriler, You may kill a hundred
and lift> pound pig, the good wife has
her sage and red pepper to-hand and
you can have a fat sausage with your
collic The oystor season i> on hand,
every old veteran's mouth waters for
the-c bivalv sand he may have ap'ate,
fried or stowed, for dimes. Uryan
acted decently and sent the following
telegram to BUI McKinley.
Lincoln, Nob., Nov. 8,?W. J. Bryan
forwarded tho following telegram at
noon to-day to 1'resident YlcKinloy:
Hon. Win. McKinley, President of the
At the close id another presidential
campaign it i> my lot to congratu ate
von upon a second victory.
\v. j. Bryan.
and many of us may be gay and happy
Bryan has the solid South to stand
on. There is one consolation which Is
that, the n Southern States is a tough
oustomer In this little arrangment.
The Yankees can't sqee/.i us without
getting on their own toes.The Filipinos
and Porto Rico may bi squeezed, but
we may not wince. While one South
ern household contributes to pluto
cracy, twenty at the North pay their
Tho "Bond" Constitutional Amend
ment, overwhelmingly voted for, they
now say will not effect Its intention
the Legislature having botched the
business as the law reads, There Is a
disposition to lay the blunder at the
door of an engrossing clerk, the en
grossing committee and a Solicitor, but
tho author of the bill and member In
charge of it ought to be held responsi
ble- Tho cities Involved will count it
one of tho blunders ranking with mis
Rev. Sam P, Jones says he is sorry
for the Democrats and thinks David B.
Hill, Of Now York, Should be run next,
time. As a rule the fellow that comes
Koking around with his sympathy gets
nocked down. Sam's (doth is all that
will excuse him, but he had best be
An old colored man dropped his wal
lot On Thursday last near M inter's
store and went over to the OH Mill. He
turning he found the wallet, a tobacco
bag, and his $10 00 bill safe inside and
was the happiest darkoy seen around
bore for many a day.
Too Lato and too Early,
They aro talking of re-organizlng
the Democratic party.
William Jennings, a first cousin of
Bryan, Is elected Govornor of Florida
and Bryan will go to Tallahassee to soo
him Inaugurated in January. Bryan
denies that ho will become a preacher.
Hanna is hunting the man who sug
gested him for tho Presidency four
years hence and threatens him with
It was a mess of pottagO that won
in tho early times. It is now "the
full d'nner pail."
The Commissioners of the Powers
aro making headway with the Chinese
A Powder Mill Kxplosion
Removes everything in sight; so do
drastic mineral pills, but both nro
mighty dangerous Don't dyna
mite the delicate machinery of your
body with calomel, oroton oil or aloes
pilla, when Dr. King's Now Life PI la,
which are gentle as a Hummer breo/.e
do tho work perfectly. Cures Head
acbo, Constipation. Only 25 cor:'a at
jUturens Drug Co.
Mrp. A. It. Holmen and children
and tunny others from litis place
it Mended (he lent mooting in your
The Lisbon nigh school will
commence DextTuesday with Mr.
Owens tit tho bond of affairs.
Mrs. HimpHon, of Hpartanburg, Is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wright.
Mrs.J.T. A. Bellow will leave for
Blaoksburg in a few days to viait
relatives niul friends,
Mr. Charh s Hobertson, of High
Point, N. C. , stopped over here a
few days before going to Augusta ,
Gh., to visit relatives and frb'tuls.
Mr. Jeff Davis, of San lue, Un
ion county, will take Mr. W. P,
Morris' place and Mr. Morris will
go to Edgefleld, K. c.
Capt. B.P. Toague,conductor on
street cars of Columbia, ran up
home last Sunday to see his wife
aud little daughter.
The small grains are being aovtcd
on every tide at present, 10 cents
cotton Is cutting no ico. That is the
right lick in tho right place. Tbo
farmers arc looking after their in
terests and letting Bryan and Mc
Kinley do the same-.
Dr. \v. L, Bailey, of Columbia,
vi-ileil his many friends hero lust
Priday eight. Come again Lau
rens we are always glad to see you.
MIsh Mattio Teaguo visited her
many friends at Maddens' last
Miss Julia Smith is visiting in
Mr. Edward Mllam, of High
Point, 8. C, is a frequent visitor
In these parts of late; also another
young man, but can't call his name
just now. We hear tho wedding
O ir underwear keeps out eold win
ter b'asts and It makes a very small
hole in your pocket-book. May save
you a doctor's bill. Bettor buy.
Davis, Boner ?fc Co.
No Bight to Ugliness.
The woman who Is lovely in faee,
form and temper will always have
friends,but one who would be attractive
must keep her heath. If she is weak,
slekly and all run down she will bener
vetiH and irritable, if she has constipa
tion Ol' kidney trouble, h r impure
blood will oause pimples, blotches, skin
eruptions and a wretched complexion,
I'.leetrie Hitters Is the best medieine in
the world to regulate stomach,liver and
kidneys and to purify the blood. It
gives strong nerves, bright eyes,
smooth, velvety skin, rieh complexion.
It will make a good-looking, charming
woman of a run-down invalid. Only 60
cents at Laurons Drug Co.
Big values, small prices, ought to be
enough, but we have more inducements
to olTer. Fresh new good.*, stylish
goods. Big assortment to select from.
Davis, Koper & Co.
It Saved His Leg.
P. A. Danforth, of LaGrange, Ca.,
suffered intensely for six months with
a frightful running sore on his leg,but
writes that Hucklen's Arnica Salve
wholly cured it In ten days.For Ulcers,
Wounds, Burns, Bolls, Pain or Piles
it's tho best salve in tho world. Cure
guaranteed. Only 2? cents. Sold by
Laurens Drug Co.
For ladles underwear be sure to see
my line. It is tho bestand cheapest.
O. B. Simmons.
The Man with a Cold
Is a nuisance to others as well ns a
sulTeror himself. He is Inexcusable
when he can lind so many excellent
remedies at Palmetto Drug Co. True,
if he has asthma, it's doubtful if he
can obtain a perfect cure. But it's
rather late lor asthma, and there is
relief for even that annoying ail
ment. Stop sneezing and coughing.
Stop at Palmetto Drug Co. and get
something to holp you out.
Our White Pine Compound with Am
monia will do it.
The County Treasurer's Books
will l)o opon for the collection of
State. County and Commutation
Road Taxes for fiscal year M)00 at
the Treasurer's1 ollico from Octo
ber 15th to December :ilst, U100.
Ail persons owing property or
paying taxeB for others in more
than one Township aro requested
to call for receipts in oach Town
ship in which they live. This is
important as additional cost and
penalty may not bo attached.
Prompt attention will bo givon
those who wish to pay their taxes
through tho mail by chocks,
money orders, otc. Don't forget
to stamp chocks. Persons Bond
ing in lists of names to bo taken
off aro urged to send in early as
tbo Troasuror is vory busy during
tbo month of Decombor.
Tax Levy is as follows:
For State purposes, - - - 5 mills
For Constitutional School
Tax, - ... 3 mills
For Ordinary County Tax, 2\ mills
For Interest on Railroad
Bonds, - - - 31 mills
For past indebtedness, - - \ mill
Total County and State, - 14 mills
Bxtra Tax for I.aureus City
Graded School, - 3 J mills
Extra Tax Fountain^ Inn
Special Scho ol, - 4 mills
lixtra Waterloo Special
School, ... 2 mills
Cross Hill Special School, - - 3 mills
For Sullivan Township 1 mill extra
for Attorneys fee on Hailroad, making
a total lor this Township lf> mills.
All able-bodied malo citizens he.
tweon the ages of 21 and HO yoars aro
liable to pay a poll tax of $1.00, except
old soldier, who arc exempt at f>0 years
of age. Commutation Head Tax $1.60
In lieu of working tho public reads to
he paid at tho time as stated above.
Como early and avoid tho rush. It is
said there will bo 110 extension this
Laurens, 8. ?., Sept. 27,1900-tf.
County Supervisor It. P. Adair yes- '
torday wrote Gov. MeSweenov suggest
ing that he commute the line of FI ill
Miller from $lf>0 to $100. Miller was
convicted of violating tho dispensary
law and sentenced U> serve one year on
tho chalngang or pay a line of $150. Mr
Adair wrote to sav that the *1<)U would
be more acceptable to Laurens county
than 12 months of Miller's services,
especially now that the cold weather i-,
coming on. Miller has friends who will
pay the $100 line. The State. 8th lust.
Ills Life was Saved.
Mr. J. K. Lilly, a prominent citizen
of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder
ful deltvorance from a frightful death.
In telling of It he says: "J was taken
with Typhoid Pe vet*, that ran Into pneu
monia. My lungs became hardonod. I
was so weak I couldn't evou sit up in
bed. Nothing helped me. I expected
to soon d'o of Consumption, when I
heard of Dr. King's New Discovery.?
One bottle gave great relief. I con
tinued to use it, and now am well and
strong. I can't say too much in its
praise.'' This marvellous medicine is
the surest and quickest cure in the
world for all Throat and Lung Trouble,
[tegular sizes 60 cents and $1.00. Trial
bottles free at Laurens Drug Co. livery
Catarrh Cannot he Cured
With local applications as they can
not reach the seat of the disease. Ca
tarrh is a blood or constitutional dis
ease, and In order teo cure It you must
tako Internal remedies. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure Is taken internally, and
acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces. Hall's Catarrh ('tire is not a
quack medicine. It was prescribed by
one of tho best physicians in this coun
try, and is a regular proscription. It
is composed of the best tonics known,
combined with the best blood purtlierf,
acting dlroctly on the mucous sur
faces. The perfect combination of the
two ingredients iB what produces such
wonderful results In curing Catarrh.
Send for testimonial free.
F. J. OH EN BY ct CO.,
So'd by druggists, 7? cents.
Hall's faintly Pills are the host.
ATTF, XT ION! A TV F. N TI ONI!
Teachers and Scholars of Laurens
Wishing to save you monoy, as well
as to supply you with tho latest books,
we have put in stock Johnson's Read
ers, Lee's Histories, Gi nil's Arithme
tics and Prey's Geographies. Glad to
have you call.
Palmetto Drug Co.
Bismarck's Iron Nerve
Was the result of his splendid
health. Indomitable will and tremen
dous energy are not found where stom
ach, liver, kidneys and bowels are out
of order. If you want these qualities
and the success they bring use Dr.
King's New Life Pllis. They develop
every power of hrain and body. Only
26 cents at Laurens Drug Co.
State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF LAURENS.
In the Court of Common Pleas.
?1. Wistor Holding and others against
W. C. Golding, Defendant.
Pursuant to the decree of the Court
In the above stated case, I will sell at
Laurens Court House, on Salesday in
December next at public outcry to the
highest bidder, the following tract of
land, to-wit: All that tract situate in
the county of Laurens, in said State,
on the waters of Keedy River, contain
ing One Hundred and Thirty-Six
Acres, more or less, bounded by lands
of William C. Golding. James A. An
derson, Austin Anderson, Witte Bros,
Terms?On*-half tho purchase
money cash, tho remainder on a
credit of twelve months with in
terest from date of sale secured by
bond of the purchaser and mort
gage of tho premises. Purchaser
to pay for papors and stamps. Pur
chaser may pay his entire bid in
John F. Bolt,
Clerk of tho Court of Common Pleas
for Laurens county.
Nov . tith, 1000?It
State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF LAURENS,
In Court of Common Pleas.
Piedmont Savings and Investment
Company, Plaintiff, against J. II.
Pursuant to tho decree of tho Court
In the above stated action, I will sell
at public out-cry at Laurens Court
House, South Carolina, within the
legal hours of sale, on Salesday in De
cember, A. I)., 1?0(), all that lot or
parcel of land, situate in the city of
Laurens, in said county and State, con
taining Five *?ercs, more or less, and
bounded on iho North by Farley
Avenue, on the East by lands of Kosa
I. Calno, on tho South by lands of H.
K. Gray, and on tho West by lands of
W. L. Gray and a public street, being
the land purchased by the uelendant of
A. V. Kichelberger.
Terms of Sale?One-half cash, the
ba'anco on a credit of twelve months,
with Interest on credit portion from
day of sale, with leave to tho purchaser
to pay the entlro bid in cash: credit
portion to be secured by bond of the
purchasor and a mortgage of the premi
ses Bold and by the insurance, of the
house. If the purchaser fails to com
ply with the terms of sale the premises
to bo re-sold at his risk on tho same or
soino subsequent Salesday upon the
same terms. Purchasor to pay for pa
pers and stamps.
John F. BOLT.
Clerk of Court Common Pleas for Lau
Nov. tith, 1900?4t.
State of South Carolina,
In Court of Common Pleas.
W. W. Simpson as Administrator of
the estate of J. P. Simpson, deceased,
against II. M. Sparks, Dofondant.
Pursuant to the decroo of this Court
in the above stated action, I will sell at
Laurons, C. IL, S. C, within tho legal
hours of salo at public outcry to tho
highest bidder, on salesday In Decem
ber 1H00, being the Jrd day of the
month, the following real estate: All
that tract or parcel of land, lying,
being, and situate In tho city of Laurons
containing One and Throe-eights acres,
more or less, with dwelling house,
bounded as follows: on the Fast by
Walter Gray and S. S. Boyd, on tho
We?t by the lato Dr. J, P. Simpson,on
tho South by Main street, and on tho
North by a branch, being a lot pur
ohased by Defendant from N. J.
Terms of sale?One-half of tho pur
chase money to be paid in cash, re
mainder on a credit of twolvo months
with interest from the day of salo se
curod by bond of the purchaser and a
mortgage of the premises with leave to
pay tho entire bid in cash, the purchas
er to pay for papers and stamps,.ind If
tho purchaser fail to comply with tho
terms of sale the property shall be re
sold on tho same or some subsequent
salesday at the risk of said purchasor.
John F. Bolt,
Nov. II, 1000 0. c. O. P.
The Grand Jury is going to compel
me to havo tho public roads worked. I
therefore order all road over-seers in
tho county to call out their hands and
put In their full (4) days on the roads
at once. Otherwise 1 will ho com
pelled to enforce the law.
R. P. ADAIR,
CURES BLOOD POISON.
Scrofula, Ulcers, Ohl Sores, Hone
Pains Ti lal Treatment Free.
First, second ?>r third stagos |m>s- I
Itivoly cured by taking B. lt. B. (Bo
tanic Blood Balm.) Blood Balm kills
Ol' destroys the Syphilitic Poison in the
Blood and expels it from the system,
making a perfect eure. Have you sore
throat, pimples, copper colored spots,
Old festering eating sores, ulcers,
swellings, scrofula, itching skin, aches
and pains id hones or joints, sore mouth
01' falling hall'V Then Botanic Blood
Balm will heal every sore, stop the
aches and make tin Blond Pure and
Bloh and give the rich glow of health
to the skin, over 3,000 testimonials ol
eures. B. B. B. thoroughly tested to
year-,. Drug stores $1.00 Trial treat
ment of B, B. B. free by writing
blood Ha i in Co , Atlanta. Ca. Describe
trouble and free medical advice given.
Don't despair of a cure as F>. B. B.
cures when all else fails.
Sc?' my line of men's shirts at 16
cents. Dig assortment and great
O. B. Simmons.
The Entering Wedge
To your consideration is gen
erally the cost, though cost, should
always bo relative to value t<> bo a
fair tost. Tho lumber wg soil may
not always bo the cheapest in price,
but it's always cheapest in the
long run, because we give tho host
value. Thoroughly kiln-dried,pro
perly sawed and planed, you'll
find it "matches" well, and will
Bo a life-long source of satisfac
R.H.H udgens & Son.
A Shirt SPOILED
By mischievous boys, mud
throwing lads is scarcely
worse than one spoiled by
poor or indifferent laundry
work. Our reputation for
first-class work is well known.
We are doing a great deal ol
cleaning and pressing just
now. Let ns clean up your
Hello No. 60 and our wagon
LAURENN LAUNDRY CO.
T. K. IIudgkns, Manager
BALL, 8IMK1NM & It A LL,
Attorneys at Law,
LAURRNS, South Cakomn'a.
We praetico in all State and United
Htatos Courts. Spoeial attention given
Several town lots for sale. Sales of
lots on monthly installments nego
W. W. Bam..
Dr. Hofe E. Hughes,
Offices?Todd Building, Phone 76: and
Cotton Mills Store, Phono 101).
Specially proparod for Examin
ing and Troating disoasos of Eye,
Ear, Throat and Noso.
C, IM. & L. R. R.
Sohedu le to take effect Nov'er 10, 18H9.
Daily BXOKPT Sunday.
Laurens, Le 1 3ft p in 5 50 a in
Clinton, 1 53 0 36
Newberry, 2 84 8 10
Prosperity, 2 40 8 10
Little Mountain, 3 05 0 10
White Kock, 8 2? 0 Hi
Columbia, Ar 1 06 10 16
Leave Laurens, 7 00 p m.
Loavo Parke, 7 10 p m
Leavo Clinton, 7 40 p in
Leave Goldville, 7 68 p m
Leave Kiuard, s 10 p m
Leave Gary, 8 is p 111
Leave Jalapa, b 25 p in
i eavo Newborry, 8 50 p in
Leave Prosperity, !? 13 p m
Leave Littlo Mount'n, 0 3d p in
Leave White Hock, 10 06 p m
Leave Columbia, 11 (H) p in
( olumbia, Le 11 08 pin
White Hock, 1140
Little Mountain, 12 03
Newberry, 12 30
Clinton, 1 13
Laurens, Ar 1 36
No. 3, Daily ExOKlT Sunday ANn
Arrivo Lauron?, 11 30 a m
u Parks, 1120am
Leave " 11 00 a in
Arrive Clinton, 0 45am
" Goldville, 0 20 a in
" Klnard, 8 66 a m
" (Lin, 8 41a in
" Jalapa, 8 82 a in
" Newberry. 8 10 a in
Mix kd, P/il.x IvXCElT Sunday.
Arrivo Newborrv. 7 45 p in
Leavo Prosperity, 7 20 p in
Leavo White Kock, 5 66 p in
Leave Columbia, 4 45 p in
No. 5, (Mixkd) SATURDAY Only.
Arrivo Laurens, 10 45 p in
Arrivo Clinton, 10 15 p in
Arrive Klnard, 0 40 p m
Leave Newberry, 0 10 p in
Trains and 63 run solid between Char
leston and Greenville, making olese coii
nectlon for the North at Snmtor,
Train* 8 and 6 mnke close connection at
Clinton with 8. A. L. for all points North
For further Information, apply to
j. R. Noi.an, Agent, Laurens.
W. G. Chilob, Superintendent,
Columbia, 8. C
Jas. A. Sommhrsrtt, Train Master.
Pays when one has oottou to soll und muob
l>uying to do, for it means saving DTMES
and DOLLARS, which in the aggregate
represent a large sum.
Laurens Cotton Mills Store
<<ll'.ts splendid opportunity for tho study of
value- 1'ooplu who lind out what other
buyers pay for cotton and what other met*
chants ask lor goods, and theo como here,
learn that their dollars will go further, and
everything that thoy buy is entirely reliable
in quality aud correct in style. We therefore
invite all the people of this vicinity who want
to sell right and buy right to pay a visit to
THE LAUKENS COTTON MILLS STORE.
D. H. WADS WORTH, Manager.
Are You Interested?
W G WILSON & CO
Will Offer this Week
50 pairs heavy 1 | white Blankets at $1*50 a pair.
100 do/.cn children's heavy small rib black I lose | Man
ufacturers seconds I slightly imperfect, worth 15 cts.
;il to cents a pair.
75 do/.cn ladies black hose sold anywhere at 15 cents
this week here at 10 cents.
25 do/.cn ladies heavy white ribbed lleeccd Undervests
at 50 cents a pair.
Misses white and gray Union Suits?all sixes.
One lot Outing cloths, the 10 cents quality, at SA cents
Sec these goods whether yon buy here or elsewhere. One
Price to ALL at
Laurens, S. C, Sept 18, HMX).
W. U. WILSON & CO.
Our entire slock must be sold within tho next 60 days
Regardless of COST. *.*
NVe havo a well solooted stock of
Dry Cjioods, Notions,
Clothing, Shoes, Ktc,
and the bargain hunter will lind that we mean just what
wo say, wbon wo advertise soiling out at COST. ISvery
thing sold for til.-CASH, 110 goods will bo charged to any
one. This salo commenced Monday, Novombor ^th .
Laurens Mercantile Company.
Thk Plage?Tonn Building?formerly Todd & Huff's stand.
t 1 Direct to the Consumer from the Distiller. ?
gkW" Information and price-list sent upon application. Address
H. Clarke & Soiin,
Statesville, N. C.
Glenn Springb Hotel
GLENN SPRINGS, S. C.
LEJtOS ALL OTHERS.
There is but one Glenn Springs, and it. has no equal Ott tbo
Continent or tho Stomach, Livor, Kidneys,
Bowols and Blood .
Hotel Opei> June 1st to Oct. 1st.
t?mmT* Ouisilie and S? -vice Excellent.
2M BreatBSL Resort in tfig Sooth,
jpgT Kor Board apply to SlMPSON <fc SIMPSON, Glonn Spring
South Carolina. Water $1.75 p ir case, bottlos to bo returned.
Wator for salo by Tho Lauroi ? Drug Co., Kennedy Bros., Dr. B.
P. Ponoy, Laurens, S. C.
at the conclusion to buy when Quality is made tho
Promineut Feature, you will make your purchases
at THE HUB. What wo offer you w New, Btylish,
Up-to-Dato, and tho Prices aro just a Little Lowor
than some Goods can ho had elsewhere.
Dress Goods, Millinery, Notions,
Capes, Jackets, Ready-to-Wear Skirts, Etc.
Ladles' and Children's Shoes a Specialty. ?>??.
g/tkV Call and soo ua and our prices will do the rest . L'olito and
loburteous attention whether you buy or not.
?* THE HUB :
[Inder Bon-Delia Ilot.d.
THAT IS SOMETHING THAI1 IS OF INTEREST
TO EVERY LADY.
Wo invite every lady in this county to call and prioo our
Hats to bo oonvincod that this is tho place to buy.
Full lino of Notions, Cloaks, Furs,
Corsets, Gloves, Neckwear and
everything to bo found in
a ladios store.
KIRS. J. D. ADAMS.
Every item counts. Consult us and get the
best Nails, Hinges, and all Hardware at the
Figures that they can be furnished. Our line
of Farm Implements, Tools, Chains, Locks.
Wire for Fencing, Horseshoes and all kinds
of Hardware are full and UP-TO-DATE.
We are Never Undersold.
Our Paints are the most reliable. Examine our Cutlery line_it
! will save money. Out goods are first-class always. If von buy
I cheaper , you will buy shoddy stuff and lose money in the end. '
irooks <&, Jones.
Corner Main and llarpor Streets.
Ha'.30Your Own Bread and Compete for a Valuable Prize
The Virginia-Carolina Chemical Company
Rest Wheat Crop Made in the State.
For particulars apply to the Company at Charleston, or any
ol its authorized agents in the State.
Competitors must register their names not later than Decem
ber ist, 1900. Three prizes offered :
A REAPER AND HINDER,
A WHEAT DRILL.
TWO TONS STANDARD AMMONIATED FERTILIZER.
THE Old) FIRM
^ KENNEDY B??S?
ho Undertaking business at tho old stand. COFFINS, CASKKTa
and ROBES, und HEARSE, at tho
A oontinuanco of the gonerous patronage hitherto extended roa
pootfully solicited. KENNEDY BROS., Laurens, S.C