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The Cooper Farming and Distillery
Company ol Brcvard, N c., will bo
gin lim Hri-t of May to ship whiskey
from Ashvlllo Tho ndv< rtisoment of
this company wilt ho fouud in Tim Ad
l'ISKU. II: \ uro a reliable eotic.ro.
Mr. A. W. sharpe,a promioont b'.sl
noas man of tho Saludn, near Prlnco
ton, ivas in the city on Wcdnosduy last,
lie bus on his farm a deposit of Pea*,
which has been examined by experts,
sa <i to i?j of the lines! quality. Wo b g
our Expo ition Commissioners to take
note with reference to oar wealth in
natural resources, it lbs not far from
the great Waro Shoals, w here there is
foutnl the best Kaolin in the State. All
thoso things Should he in the 1.aureus
County exhibit, with proper drawlugs
of our great Water Powers, the Tum
bling Shoals, Van 1'attou's and a dozen
others whoro the waters tiro dashing
into spray and winding their way t<?
A bride mooting an old gentleman
friend was congratulated ami was ad
vised to feed the young gentleman of
her choice. Many knots of capitalists
arc visiting our country towns in tho
South with a view of prospecting for
investment. They are mot bv com
mittees at distant stations and wel
comed w ith blasts of trumpets and es
e irt. d into v wes Mice conquerors re
turning from subdued provinces. But
the feasts of reason and the llow of soul
from Presidents, directors, majors and
great financiers over imvt astonishing
menus in foreign lingo are the fea
tures to capture an editor, it must
come around that *ho teacher of elocu
tion must soon be t.,? Important factor
in our many and groat business col
Sponsors and Maids of Bono;-.
Under tho Resolution of ( amp Gar
llngton, U. O. V., Col. B. W. Ball has
appointed Miss Mo! He Thompson, Spon
sor, and Mis>es Mnttlo and Kda Fay
Tongue. Maids of Honor to represent
the camp at the Columbia and Mem
phis Ke-uni ns.
.1. W. Simmons, one of Cross Hill's
most prominent business men, was In
town Tuesday and Wednesday Green
Miss Nan Martin, of Laurens, a grad
uate of the Greenville Female College,
and who has many friends here, is the
guest of her aunt, Mrs. W. B. Madden,
in Butler avenue. ? Greenville News,
VV. L. Traynham, one of Atlanta's
well known citizens, who was suddenly
stricken with sudden illness last 'Tues
day morning is reported much better.
His physician says that unless another
attack comes he will be out again SOOU,
This news will be gratifying lo his
many anxious friends ?Atlanta News.
Mr. Traynham is a nephew of Col. .1.
U. ) raynham of this city and has rela
tives in Laurens, who will bo g ad lo
hear of his recovery from a serious at
Tis Easy to Feel Good.
Countless thousands have found a
blessing te the body in Dr. King's New
Life Pills, Which positively cure Con
stipation, sick Headache, Dizziness,
Jaundice, Fever and Ague and all
Liver and Stomach trouble. Purely
vegetable; never gripe or weaken Onlj
%St cents at Laurens I h ug Co,
We sell B. B. IL, S. S. S., Hood's
Sar.-apari I la, Ayers' Snrsap&rlllU, .'ohr,
pon's Sarsaparilla ami Palmetto Sarsa
1 'almetto Drug Co.
Look for sign with the tree.
Get a Pure Article.
Buy the purest and best Hour, al
though it costs more money, rather
than a cheap article and pay ten times
the difference for medicine and doe
tor's bills. "Clffton" is puro and
wholesome and is the best patent, If
you want a cheaper Hour, buy ?"Snow
Hake" or "Spotless". All are ub.-n
lutely pure and manufactured at Brans
ford Mills, Owensboro, Ky. Sold by T.
N. Barksdale nnd M. 11. Fowler.
A call meeting of Camp R. S. Owens.
No. 032, U. C. V., met in the Council
room Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The following olllcers were elected to
serve during the year: Dr. W. A
Shands, Commander; D. T. Copelaod
and \V. D. Watts, Vice Commander:
S F Vance, Adjutant; .1. .1. Boozer,
Surgeon, C. W. Duvall, Chaplain; C.
K. Hale, Secretary and Treasurer.
Miss .Linie Vance was elected Sponsor
with the privilege of appoint ing two
Maids of Honor to accompany her to
the re-union at Columbia in May.
A Ntipurb Grip Cure.
Johnson's Tonic is a supurb drip
eure. Drives out every trace of poison
from the system. Does it quick- ?
Within an hour it enters the blood and
begins to neutralize the effects of the
poison. Within a day it places the
Grip victim beyond the point of dan
ger. Within a week ruddy cheeks at
test tho return of perfect health, Price
r>o contb if it cures. A&k for Johnson's
Chill ami Fever Tonic. Take nothing
Wo w ill some day huve a car line to
Laurens, wi'h cars every fifteen min
utes or every half hour. Iho day is
not very far d staut. Spartanburg's
rural line is said to be paying well. It
is liberally patronized, in the North
and East the rural trolley cars run in
every direction from the cities and the
large cities arj being connected over
long distances by trolley lines. The
trolley is going to follow the tele
WANTED?-You to order your whis
key for "personal use" from Cooper
Farming Distillery Co., Drevard, N.
C. Corn whiskey from $1.0f> 10*2 00
per gallon: vessel Included, live from
$2.15 to $3.15. Poaoh brandy $2.06. Ap
ple $2.16 per gallon.
A. P. COOPRR,
Forfeit of *1,000.00.
Every sack and barrel of "Cl.fton,"
Snowlhikc" or ' Spotless" Hour bear*
the Ant! ftdulti rafc'on League trade
mark, and a poitod inrfe.it of $1,000.00
is a guarantee of it< purity. Sold by T.
N. Barksdale nnd M. LL Fowler.
Job Couldn't Have Stood It
If he'd had lit hing Piles They're ter
ribly annoying; but Bucklen's Arnica
Salve Will eure the WOl'St ease of pilo.s
on earth. It has cured thousands. For
Injuries, Pains or Bodily Eruptions It's
the best Salve in the world,
11 Saved his Leg.
P. A. Danfortb, of La Orange, OaM
suffered intensely f? r six months with
a frightful running sore on his leg, but
writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve
wholly mired it in ten days. For Ulcers,
Wounds, Burns, Boil?, Pain or Piles
it's the host salvo in tho world. Cure
guaranteed. Only 25 cents. Sold by
Matrons Drug Co.
We hava received k large line of
Holled Copper Ninkle Plated Ware,
consisting of Coffee and Tea Cots,
, Hat Rack. No. 781, nicely pol
ished, largo box, height 7 feet, width
1 feet, with 24 x :i0 French Hovel Plato
Mlrr r. Freight paid.
S. M. & B. IL Wilkos.
Just received a heatrtlftil Uns (iL
Negllgco Shirts, often imitated, but
o H. Plmmons.
Dr. Montague, PresUlont of Furmao
university, und u most delightful
speaker will make an address at Fac
tory Hall, ?'u iho 2.Jrd Ins*,. Dr. Moata
Kilt's charming lecture uniler the aus?
piulesof tie Wednesday Club last win*
tor will bo pleasantly recalled and un
opportunity of boarbig htm uvraln wol*
The public Kjuaro on Monday was a
show, tho empty wagons mi ovary inch
of ground. They went out loado l with
corn, Hour, hay an 1 bucoil. Wo do
wish our neigbb ?i'siutter luck another
year, but it should lit- kept in mind that
Corn, wheat and pigs are not the spotlta*
nous pr, duetlons of this county They
are annuals ami the seed-, must be .-own
The Daughters or tho Confederacy
held a meeting on last Thur.-day after
noon at the residoneo of Mrs. W It.
Uiqhoy. it was dotermlned at this
meeting to obforvo Memorial Day on
the 17th instead of the M;h of May as
the re-union will he in progl'088 at that
time. Committees were appointed to
toaroh for and have marked in Borne
simple way the grave of every Confed
erate soldier in the cemetery, 80 that
all will bo decorated with ilowors. A
committee was appointed to select, a
speaker for the occasion.
Dr. .1. p.. O. Landrum,a distinguished
citizen of Spartan burg, died at his
homo, I.undrum, on Saturday last, lie
had served the state faithfully in va
rious positions, and undor one of Cleve
land's administrations represented the
government In ono of the Territories.
Recently ho/has done a valuablosor
vice to this part of tho state in pub
lishing a Colonial History of Upper
South Carolina, and also a History ol
Spartanburg County. His death is a
loss to tho Mate.
A Stranger Hies al tho Uen-Dclla.
Mr. II. X. flaydock.a traveling man.
representing a Chicago Collection
Agency, died after a short illness of
peritonitis, at the Ben-Delia Hotel at
one o'clock on tho morning of the 12th
hist. Mr. Haydock was unknown here,
hut it is understood that he was well
connected In Iowa where his father
lives and where his body was shipped
en the f ix o'clock train Saturday morn
ing, lie appeared to be in easy circum
utar.ccs, having ono hundred and thirty
dollars on his person. During his ill
ness he received every attention. Dr.
W. I). Forguson having charge of the
case and several young gentlemen in
tho city aiding in nursing and earing
Marriage of Two Popular Young
Miss Clara Hart and Mr. Oscar W,
Babb were quietly married at the
Methodist parsonage. Sunday evening,
Rev. Watson B. Duncan, or'ciating.
The bride is a member of a prominent
family id Cokosburv, but for the last
two years has made her home with her
fristet*, Mrs W. K. UlellPy, of this city,
where she has come to be admired and
loved by a hu g j circle of friends. The
groom is a son of tho late M. K. Babb,
Clerk of Court of I.aureus county, is a
m03t competent young business man.
holding tho position ol assistant In the
Otllco of Hi?. Clerk of the Court.
Mr. and Mis. Babb arc thO recipients
of many good wi>h.s und congratula
The Concert a tireal Success.
The concert given by Mrs. W. 15,
Lucas Monday evening lor tlie benefit
of the public library was musically and
financially a distinct success. A beau
tiful program was rendered by ihe fol
lowing accomplished artists and gave
tho greatest olensuretoa large ami at
tentive andienet; embracing a largo
number of the most intelligent people
In the city: Mrs. .1. A. Epperson of
Nashville, Mrs. Faul Hetty of Spartan
burg, Miss Elb:ab< tb Grimball of Con
Verso College, Mr. .lohn Hicks, Mr.-.
Lucas and MUsCaro Adams of Laurens.
Mrs. LtiCUS and Mr. Hicks, who have
given of their talent* BO freely for tin
bench* of many charities here, were
welcomed by an audience already in
sympathy with them. Mrs. Epperson,
Mrs. Petty and Miss Grimball delighted
the audionce hi their first numbers
and long before the cur.ain fell made
nr. Impression which will not easily he
forgotten. Certainly the thanks of
Laurens are duo Mrs. Lucas and her
co-adjutors for the ploasiue as well as
the cash which came from Iho evening.
The King's Daughters in Convention
in L ali ens.
About thirty-live delegates to the
State Convention of Kind's Daughters
arrived in the city on yesterday anil
were cordially welcomed to the homes
of the members of tho circle here and
by Others in the city who aro glad of
the opportunity to entertain the repre
sontatlves Of an order which is doing
so noblo a work of charity. On last
evening a do'ightful reception was
tendered the delegates by the local i
cle at tho Presbyterian church. Mrs.
Davis, ,,f New " York, the National
President, Mrs. Hob u'ts, of Charleston,
the State Secretary being among those
present. Light refreshments were
served and the occasion rendered social
and charming in every way. Mrs. Ed
gar Martin, the President of the circle
hero and other enthusiastic members
are cndosorving in < very way pofslblo
to make che convention a sue* ess. The
first business meeting takes place this
morning at ten o'clock.
v Terrible Columbia Tragedy.
At '2 o'clock Saturday afternoon last,
Maj. 15. lb Kvans lofthisroom on Main
Street, Columbia, and sought a doctor
through a phone. Dr. Glbbs arrived
and found Capt. .1. .1. Griffin, a railroad
man on Kvans' bed dying, unconso'oiU
with a II calibre pistol wound in his
left breast, just above tho heart. There
was whiskey on the table In a pitcher,
a deck of cards, a stick on the Moor,
and a blood Stained Moor. Kvans acted
in a dement d way towards Dr GlbbeS
and other , and claimed that Grillln >o
cured his (Kvans) pistol from a bureau
and purposely shot himself. Kvans was
arrested and carri d to Jail, the man
dying in half an hour without >}> ak
Ing. Sunday morning un Inquctt Jury
by their verdict nj on the evldonco ad
duced held Fvans ro*ponslblo for tin
killing. The News and Courb V of Moo
day -ays the defence; will set up the
pica ol &olf*dofcnco, In dofonoj.
These seem to lie. iho salient
points and us no ono was prpsent tho
tacts may never be developed. Grillln
was a man lilty-six yea s ol promi
nent In rail-road circles, had recently
come tOColumbia where he made many
friends, had passed his life in Georgia
and was a Confederate veteran. Fvans
I is a bachelor, a son of a Confederate
Brigadier, a brother of OX*GOV. John
Gary Kvans, and it will be recalled has
been twice a candidate for St do Itail
[toad Commissioner. Kvnns may have
kiile.l (irilli'i in EOlf-dofonco, or in sud
den passion upon provocation sufficient
to roduco tho killing to manslaughter,
There seems lo be nothing to justiiy
the suggestion that ho committed a
wilful cold-blooded murder.
Take ( arc of Voiir Stomach.
There is more or loss of adulteration
Im In all kinds of food products,
do not t ut onoilgll of any one
to be seriously hurt by it, except
How important, it is then that
iir out of which the bread is
should be pure Tho Antl
tratlon League guarantees tho
of all the Hour made at Brain
lilis, Owonsburo, Ky. "Clifton"
is tho highest patent, but if you want,
a cheaper Hour, buy "Snowllako" or
Spotless." Sold by T. N. Barksdalo
or M. II. Fowlor.
<frv I still have a lot of Guano and
rA"eTd at Barksdale, and also here.
.1. II. Sullivan.
April 18th, 1901.
AM) BRIEF NOTES OF BECENT
Mr. Joseph Crows, of Atlanta, Ga.,
is in tho city.
Mr. Edwin G simp do visited Green*
villo during tho Carnival.
Mr. W. 1.. Gray v'sitO 1 01*0 <:vi! c
The re-union at Columbia commences
May st.li and Includes the nth.
Miss Evle Little spent ;i few days in
Greenville lust week.
Miss Holmes, of Ashville, is visiting
her aunt, Mrs. S. 1'. Holmes.
The library is nov open from four to
Mi-.s A/.llo Wilson was the must of
friends in Greenville last week.
Mrs. Casper Smith, Jr., of Waterloo,
was in the city last Wednesday.
Mrs. J . A? Copoland visited relatives
in Greenville last week.
Miss Laura Irby is in Greenville,
the guest of Miss Julia Irby.
Mr. and Mrs-. J. II. Barks visited
relatives in Uroenvillo last. week.
Rev. Hobert Adams left to attend
Presbytery at f.ockhart on yesterday.
Miss Laney returned yesterday from
a visit to relatives in Augusta.
Mrs. W. if. Garrett Is visiting her
son, Mr. C. W. Garrett, ol Greeuwood.
Miss Kosa Hart, of Cokesbury, Is vis
iting Mrs. W. II. R'.ohcy.
Mrs. Puller, of Mountvillo, was the
guest this week of Mrs. .1. H.TeagUO.
Mr. W. W. Wallace, of Young's,
was a visitor to tho city Monday.
Mr. R. C. Burnett, of Cro<s Anchor,
ncross tho Knorcc, was among his
friends in tho city Monday.
Mr. A. .1. Martin of Young's, made
a pleasant visit to TllK Adykktiskh
Mrs Lafayette Teague and Eda Fay
Teague, of Waterloo, were in the city
Camp Garlington has reeo'ved a
handsomely printed card of invitation
to tho Re-un on ut Columbia.
Miss Helle Ol'&lg, of Ora, was the
guest of Miss Josie Minter Monday
evening, attending the concert.
The stores were closed in the city
on yesterday morning during the hour
of service at the methodist church.
Dr. .1. .1. Boozer, of Clinton, was in
the city on Thursday visiting his
daughter, Mrs. Little.
Youngs' had for representatives in
the city Monday. Messrs. Fountain
Martin and W. T. Harris.
The revival services continue at tho
Methodist, church. Great Interest in
tbom is being shown.
Mrs. Mason Langston and children
arrived in the city it few days ago from
HeV. X. J. Hohnes, I'resident of tho
Christian and Missionary Alliance, is
now pursuing Iiis labors in Florida.
Mrs. W. E. Lucas and Mrs. Epperson
spent the latter part of last week in
Mrs. James Burton, of Newberry,
was the guest for a few days this wook
of Mrs. Joe Burton.
Our newly installed Mayor and Coun
cil are attracting tho attention of the
city to their work on the streets.
Tho last was Greenville's Carnival
Week. With some towns not a thou
sand miles oil it is the condition every
Dr. Montague, President of Furman
University, will lecture in opera Hall,
Cotton Mill Store, April 2,'ird at 8.15
Mr. Karle C. Page, of Spartanburg,
was in the city last week in the inter
est of Mr. J. C. Garlington's proposed
publication "Men of the Time."
Young Mr. Leo reported mill' lerod at
Whitmire was reared at Clinton and
was well connected, having prominent
relatives in the State.
The Rev. T. J. Jacks will preach at
Beaverdam Baptist church next. Sun
day, 21st lust, at 11 o'clock. The public
Dr. K. E. Hughes and Mr. L. W.
Simktns will represent the church of
the Epiphany at the Dlaecsan Coun
cil which meets In Greenville in May.
A colored man, living on Mr. W. 1).
Byrd's place, fell from a moving train
a few days apo and was seriously in
Mr. L. G. Balle is representing the
local brotherhood of Knights of Honor
at the meeting of the Grand Lidge of
the order in Columbia this week.
Miss Wlllou Boyd entertained the
Sewing Circle very delight fully Friday
afternoon. Dainty refreshments were
served and the occasion much enjoyed.
Mrs. J. 1'. Norman, of Charlotte, X.
C, Mrs. Peake and Miss Kin Leakc, of
('linton, spent last Wednesday with
friends in the city.
Waterloo was repres.nteJ in the city
on Monday in ths person of Mi*. F. II.
Wilcutt, one of the best farmers in
Dr. M. L. West , a prominent, citizen
of Greenville, died in that citv last
week. He was an accomplished Mason,
and well known to the fraternity in
this county where he had many friends.
At tho great Council of the Im
proved Order of Red Men which con
vened at Spartanburg last wook l>. T,
Godfrey represented the Laurens wig
Qcorge Workman, convicted of arson
In this county, and sentenced to ion
years, after serving seven, has bocii
pardoned by the Governor Trial Ju
rors and Trial JudgO were among the
In tho examination at Spartanburg
for the Annapolis Cadotshlp, llaskoli
Dial was third in tho class of thirteen,
said to havo been an exceptionally lino
body of youths.
The address of welcome to the con
vention of King's Daughters' at the
Presbyterian church this morning will
in* made by Miss Leo Nelson, one of
the most intellectual and cultivated j
young ladies in the city.
Mr. .1. II. Park, who has a cloud ol
friends on this side of the Saluda, was
oleoted Mayor of Greenwood on Satur
day last by a most complimentary ma
jority. Wo congratulate that wide
awake little city.
Enterprising gentlemen of Waterloo
were in this eity recently and say they
will build an oil mill in their town. It
is a lino section for such an enterprise,
tlie material is there, and tho mill
ought to bo In operation by the 1st of
The following young LaurODS hoys
stood tho examination ut Spartanburg
for tho Annupolis cadotship: Hnskoil
Dial, Laurens; Thus. M. Little, Clinton:
M. E. B. Owens, Cross Ulli. Thero
wore ten others from tho Congressional
District embracing Fairlield, Spartan
burg, Greenville- Riehland, Union and
I Laurens. The, decision will be made
Is life worth living? "Worldly
possessions, intellectual attain
ments, brilliant achievements,
social position, yea, the grateful
homage and hearty plaudits of
the world count for naught
if there be not a contented
mind." To be contented ones
surroundings must be pleasing.
Beautify the home. Look in
our show windows this week ami
see for how little you can sur
round yourself with works ol
genuine art. Pictures framed
and unframed. We also sell
glass binding, wire, backing,
make any size or priced frame
on short notice.
The Laurcns Drug Co.
103 West Main St.
'Phone 76 Goods delivered .
Teachers' .Yssoeiat ion.
The Laurcns County Teachers' Asso
ciation will meet in tin' Court House,
Saturday. April 20th, at 11 o'clock.
The following is the program:
A lesson in Crammer conducted by
B. Y. Culbertson from 11 to 11 10.
The following teachers will please
give some incident in discipline: Misses
Agatha Davis. Sarah Copeland, Mat t ie
Heliums, Matte1 Putman anil Messrs.
McFadden, .Johnson and Jordan.
.1. B. VVatkins,
W. I'. Culbertson,
Prevented a Tragedy*
Timely Information given Mrs. Ceo.
Long, of New StrattSVllle, Ohio, pre
vented a dreadful tragedy and saved
two lives. A frightful cough had long
kept her awake every night. She bau
tried many remedies and doctors hut
steadily grew worse until urged to try
Dr. King's New Discovery. One bottle
wholly cured her and she writ-s this
marvellous medicine also cured Mr.
Long of a nevere attack of Pneumonia.
Such cures are positive proof of the
matchless merit Of this grand remedy
for curing all throat, chest and lung
trouble. Only 60 cents and $1.00. Kvcry
bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles free
at Ijuirens Drug Co.
Messrs S. M. ^ K. II. Wilkes, Laurcns,
Gents: 1 am much pleased with my
Buck's Stove. It is easy to cook on. It.
tires up wdh very little fuel and the
baking is a wonder. I am advising all
my friends to buy the same kind. They
certainly couldn't get any better than
.1.* T. Led ford,
Laurcns, S. C.
Tin; Aovuktiskk clubs with the fol
lowing papers at the billowing prices
in advance: advkrti8kr and Semi
Weekly Atlanta Journal $1.76; Auvkk
'I'isiat and Southern Cultivator 60;
Advertiser and Thrio3-a-Woek New
York World $1,06; advertiser and
Bryan's Commonor, $l".">. ?
What about a Bicycle this Summer?
We havo them both In price and quality
that will suit yon? Pilot 1001 model
for $18.50. Can you beat this?
S. M. & K . II. Wilkes.
THE LAURENS BAR
A NEW liAW FIRM.
The undersigned havo this day en
tered into a partnership for the practice
of law in the Court s of this State, under
the name of Simpson ?!v. Cooper and will
promptly attend to all business en
trusted to them.
11. y, Simpson,
11. a. Cooper.
AT PKNTIONl ATTBNTIONtl
Teachers and Scholars of LnurcilH
Wishing to savo you monoy, as well
as to supply you with tho latest hooks,
we have put in stock Johnson'?* Kond
ors, Loo's Histories, Ginu's Arithme
tics and Froy's Geographies. Glad to
have you call.
Palmetto Drug Co.
Osae of the neatest and prettiest line of Dress Goods,
Percales, Organdies, Swiss China Silk, Ginghams,
and everything that you may wish to find in the Milli
nery Department. Prices on Spring Clothing, Shirts,
Hats, Shoes and Gents' Furnishing Goods to suit the
Special Sale of Ladies and Childrens Sailor Hats.
Every Lady and Child should come lo this sale and buy a new Sailor
in White and Black rough straw at 25 cents.
Good quality at the price.
in While, Black, Navy, Oxblood and Brown
Ladies' Sailor, rough straw?sold everywhere
at 75 cents?our price 50 cents.
quality in plain straw, black and blue bands.
Sold every where $1.25 to $1.50, our price
'\ Good Thing
in Children's While und Tan Mexican shapes
at -5 cents. Children's White Mexican shape
worth 75 cents. Our price 50 cents.
Children's New Shape
Sailors, while, rough straw, with assorted bands
and crush crowns, very popular this season.
^Special Sale in Ladies Waist from >5 cts to #5.50. ?
Laurens, S. C.
We are ISJourj it\ a Position to sJ?ouj
on ^'?>??. v
$10.00 # vp
r Purchases. 0 L
the Largest and most varied stock of Handsome Odd Pieces jof
High Class Furniture ever Exhibited in upper Carolina. We have
stocked our rooms will the best that can be obtained of the
choicest and newest design in woodsman's ail, such as Odd
Dressers, Wash Stands to match, Chuflfoniers, Ladies' Writing
Desk, Brass and Enamelled Beds, Odd Chairs and Rockers for
Bed Rooms and Sitting Rooms, Odd Tables. Leather Conches
and Chairs; Also great many pieces of handsome Furniture in
the Old Colonial styles. Sweeping reductions prevails throughout
our Furniture Department the Year around.
Laurons, S. C.
an elegant lino of Spring ?lut hing that wo wish the
peoplo of Laurons County to examine. We do not aak
you fco buy unloss you are satisfied our prioos are Lower
lor ihe same ptality than you can buy olsewhoro. Our
prices are moderate, but not at the expense of quality?
Special ?af gaitjs
in the following goods as long as they last:
Shirts, Undershirts, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery,
Towels and Notions of all kinds.
Select, what you want at the rogular pi ice?deduct 26
per cent and it is yours. This is a special bargain?in
Samples?-and the tir?t get the best selection.
We appreciate your business and will protect your
Yours for Business,
THE OLD FIRM
the Undertaking business at tho old stand. COFFINS, CASKETS
and ROBES, and HEARS 10, at tho
? ?LOWEST PRICES.
A contmuanco of tho genorous patronage hithorto oxtonded rra
ectfullv Bolioitod. KENNEDY BROS.. Lauron?. S. 0
Direct from Distiller to Consumer ^
Saving Middlcmen'd Profits. Write for I Vice*.