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Mrs. Emma Taylor und two pretty
little children ol Liurons, uro visiting
her i'ler. Mr*. Hob Arnold.?Honca
Tho prospect for II dh in the fnluro is
nut good. Dynamite bun'.ors have
ruined tbo famous EdlstO and Its tribu
taries, while carp are driving away or
destroying all better fish in the Savan
nah river und Its lakes. The carp wore
put in the river several years ago by
the govt iT.inent. Sonic of them WOlgfl
26 1 onnds now. but they are poor oat
log, compared with bild bream and
blue cats.?Burnwoll People.
11 Saved Ills beg.
l\ A. Dan forth, of LaG range, (.a.,
sulforud fors!.x uu.nths with a frightful
running sore on his leg, but writes
that Bttcklon's Arn leu Salve wholly
cured it in live days. For Ulcers,
Wounds, Tiles, it's tho best salve in the
world. Curo guaruntced, Only 25 cts.
Th ? diroclera of the Crponwood
Hardware Co, hold a mooting Tuesday
afternoon. VV*. I. MoBrldo tendered
hi- resignation es Manager, t. id the
olllco was done away with. The
only ofllcors now are 11. 1-'. PudUison,
pres'dcnl; N A. Crnig, secretary and
treasurer Tho report of the company's
business for the past year was sathf c
tory to tho Stock holders. Greenwood
Old Soldier's Experience.
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of
Winchester, illd., writes: "My wife
was sick a long time in spito of good
doctor's treatment, but was wholly
cured t?\ Dr. King's New Life Pills,
which worked wonders for her health."
They always do, Try them. Only 26
cents at Laurens Drug Co.
Waul Hie (Jang.
Hunter township pays more taxf-S
than any other, save Laurens. Why
then does tho obaingang not come to
see us, and coining, slay awhile. We
aro assured that In ease our invitation
is acooptod, the reprosontutivos of our
COUtlty interests at this end of the line
will givo personal supervision to all
work done am) that the people will ro
turn thanks must cordially to the pow
ers that be. By the way. who routes
Die chain ?ang anyhow'.-' Clinton
Konsul Tor Mis Lifo.
'?My father and sister both died of
Cor sumption," wi it: s .L T. Weather
wax. <-f Wyar.tlotte, Mich., and 1 was
saved from the same frightful fate only
by Dr. Kind's New Discovery. An at
tack of Pneumonia left an obstinate
cough and very severe lung trouble,
which an excellent doctor could not
help, out a few months' use of this won
derful medicine ma le me as well as
ever ond I gained much in weight ' in
fallible for Couch-.( 'olds and all Throat
and Lung trouble, Trial bottles free.
Guaranteed bottles 60 cents and $1.00
at Laurens Drug Co.
Attention, Camp UurliugtOil!
A special meeting of Camp Qarling
ton will be held at 10 o'clock Friday,
24th Inst., to complete arrangements
for attending meeting at Momphis,
latter mooting beginning on the "_>sdh
A prompt and full attendance earn
estly requested, wind her members ox
pei t 1.' go to Memphis or not, as other
important business is tobe attended
T. 13. Cur.w-.s,
May 21, HK)1.
Ribbons, Silks and Velvets at cost
next Saturday at 1 aureus Cotton Mill
We bought t hem because wo knew
you wanted them.
Davis, itoper A: Co.
The best goods for tho least money
is our motto.
J, E. Minter & Bro.
Your wlfewlll feel proud of you with
one of our new suits. (Jet into one
I lavis, Roper ?.v Co.
Wilbur's new ntyle collar for niPii
ami women only L> cento at J. K.
Hinter & Bro.
How about your shirts ? We have
n beautiful line of $1.00 .shirts that
will please you) also an elegant
line of shirts for 50 cents.
J. B. Minter & Bro.
Nkckwkau X< >?, ki.tiks ? Beauty
and use combined, no vor was and never
Wore better bargains than at
O lb Simmons'
Are you ^'o!n>j to tho special sale
next Saturday at the Laurens Cotton
HOW is the time to buy your summer
clothing . We have a nice line of serge
coats and ve.-ts which will please you.
J. F.. M inter & Bro.
An olegant lot of goods at cost next
Saturday at Lau eons Cotton Mill Store.
Buy your goods while the selling in
creases daily at our store.
I )a\ is, 1 toper & Co.
Conic to us for good, solid Shoes.
J. F. Minter & Bro.
Ten .Million a Year the Extent Of Her
Ability, She Says.
Washington, May 11.? A cablegram
from Mr. Rockhlll, our special com
missioner at IYkm received at the
State Department to day, mentions the
receipt by the Ministers of tho re
r^l>onse of the Chinese Envoys to the
Ministers' demands for indemnity. The
dUnactcli Indicated briefly that the
Chinese represent that an annual pay
ment oi 910,000,000 ?0 is the full extent
of their power, 10 d it will take thirty
years to discharge the debt at that
rate without inter, st: nor does ho
touch upon the im aus by which the
money is to be raised by China or say
woo is to guarantee a loan.
It ap-enrs that the Chine j feel
themselves obligod to submit to the
powers in this question <f Indemnity
as in all other things, and though rea
lizing their own inability to assume
this indebtedness of 150,000,000 taels,
thev feel obliged to make the effort.
ttlr. Kockhill has hern instructed to
continuo bis efforts to secure an abate*
moot of the total indemnity, but In the
present disposition of the Powers little
hope of success is entei tained.
Not a Cheap Flour.
There in no refuse from tho glu
cose factories in "Clifton'' tl dir
mittle at Brans'ord Mills, Owem -
boro, Ky. it is n pure winter wheat
tl air, and cannot bo Hold at the
cheap price of adulterated stuft*.
If you want o cheap flour, buy
u Snow II ike" 1 r 'Spotless'" ThOJ
are J us t as pure, though not ho
while as "Ollfton" Ask ALII. Kow
lor or T. N. Harksdalo for them.
Telephone Noll C
Telephone SllbfSCl'il crs will please
take notiej iha'. the receipts for root
for the Quarter beginning May l.*>, und
ending August 15, 1001, have bei n
made out ami are now ready for de
livery. I'lca.-c. t; ko I hem up prompt J
when delivered and Obligo,
I ,auret s Tolephono C<>.,
Hy W. It RlCHKV,
See'y and Treasurer.
M.-.y 17, 1001.
All persons aro hereby forbidden
from hiring' or employing .lasper Me
'?fty ni' any membor of bis family, In
(mnloy merit, or thoy will bo held
K 0?|(. for damage.
TllC Votlug Contest.
In the next Usuo of the paper the re
sult of tho voting eon tost for Tin; An
vkktiskk'.-. rocking-chair will bo an
nounced. All vote-, must be III hy live
o'clock on next Tuesday afternoon, the
28th inst. Votes coming later will not
be counted* The count wlH bo matte
and the result announced In Wednes
day's paper, the 20th inst.
Contributions Appi eclated.
Tho L&dioS Auxiliary of tho Kpl co
pa! t hurch have rcquostod us to extend
their thanks to the community for the
liberal contributions made at their re
cent church entertainment.
A little scrap occurred one day last
week in the Clerk's Olllco in which
Col. MoCravy, District Deputy Mar
shal for South Carolina and Clerk J,
l'\ holt, were the actor- 1 here was a
passage or two growing out of political
talk. Bystanders promptly intcrforod.
Wo mention tho Inoidont as going to ,
show, what wo have urged, that it is a
in Is take to tako too "strenuous" a view
of things in th'n short life.
At Dial's Church?I Hill lust.
Prof. H. W, Nash's school at Dials'
was elosed on Saturday last after u
successful term with a beautiful picnic
and tho fcooinl features usually incident
to them. But the andiene: WHS large,
consisting of pupils, parents and friends
and they had the pleasure of hearing a
number of oh quent and Instructive ad
dresses. I'rofoSSOr Nash rend letters
from dlstlngu'shed g< ntlemon answer
ing Invitations lo ba prosent. Uo also
thanked and praised t tie pupils for their
good deportment, diligence and pro
Hon. V. p, Mctiowau, of Laurens,
was then lot oducod and spoke upon
the import n ee and rower of the coun
try school In contradistinction lo tbo
city school and tho College.In the early
history of our country these were foun
tains from which went the great stream
of knowledge and power wired largely
developed our early civi i/ation. lie
inttaneed MrDolll", the Ward laws and
others of our ow n State, whose early
training was had at tho '"country
school." Its loiluencs extends out to
the patent and is relleotod hack upon
the pupils, Stimu'at'ng them to exer
tion and development. The State Is in
recent times appreciating its Intluence,
and within twenty \oars appropria
tions for tho common schools have in
creased one hundred per cent, and
largely in excess of the Increase of
population. For- our civi'i/.-ition the
school must b i brought to the doors of
the child ren in the country districts.
In remote districts the State must
bring its bonollc nt intluence and de
vulopo the iatent faculties that may lie
dor.rant and forever undelvelopod.
"l'orhaps In this neglected spot Is laid
Some heart once prcgrant with celes
tial li IV,
Whoso hacds tho rod of empire might
have sway- d,
Or waked to ecstasy the living lyre."
lion. Hubert A. Cooper followed Mr.
McCowan and in an admirable, practi
cal and poot'.c talk discussed vl?ho Pos
sibilities and Opportunities of tho
Hay." lie was happy in Ids illustra
tions instancing Columbus who with a
knowledge of Geography persistently
pursued hlstlnory of great discovery
by a cruise wo-tward instead of the
heat en track of a thousand years east
ward. The ways are still open and
opportunity for the aspiring adven
turous mi ml.
Merit docs not always win, disap
pointment follows upon the noblest
struggle?the highest place can only
be occupied by one- at a lime, the great
er rcas. n for Watch fill nets and prepar
ation for tho Btrutfglo and endurar.ee,
which as a ru'o are rewarded with vic
Cpl. Wharton who was present made
an bntortaip^pg talk, replete with an
ccodote ar.ii e'mphaslxlng the thought
that thh. is an ago of vast strides in
education, intense compo ition and
thoroforo tho greater n ices ity for tbo
im pertain propurat'on alone to i?: had
in the sen* ol -
Then iho Inner man was attended to
?the delightful picnic. All this talk
about fcod for the head is very well,
but "civilized man cannot do without
dining." We have not space to give
ihe menu in justice to fair la lies and
After tho dining Hon. lt. W. Nichols
was introduced. Ha mis a fine voice
and made an admirable speech. He
enforced the necessity of education
knowledge is largely founded upon It
?knowledge is power there are many
force- wiiii which to work Olltthe pro
blems of life, but to knowledge and
all other lorcos must he buporaded
Mr William M. frby, of our city,
though modest from youth, and b?lng
just Called out. made an interesting
talk, and spoke? upon the importance
of "A Purpose In Lifo." Hisillustra
lions largely historic, and drawn from
lessons In our own country, were high
ly interesting and greatly enjoyed.
We wish we had space for a fuller
Byn psis of these truly f-dmirabie ad
Rev. s. K. Has-, was the Inst speak*
er but. one and discussed that, whl e
the mind and the. body \ycre 10 bo
trail, od, the s?ul must no) b? neglected
and its care must not be ignored by
the t< acher.
Towns Willis, (a bright youth and
blind) declaimed -'Simon Slick's Kick
ing Mule' with great spirit lo the de
light of the audience.
'Ihe proverbial hospitality of the
Dials' people wag delightfully ilius
traiod and Dials' school closing mud
bo. marked with white chalk.
Til'man, Latlmor, Wilson and .loo
Johnson, the hoavv artillery, were not
there, but the audience lost nothing.
Wc are indebted to a friend who
was present for an outline of what
Beautiful stiehed sat!a bolts and all
the latent in neckwear ut Airs. Ad
My Bnrlr.g fJul.o?They ir. Thoy
wear. They hohl t heir shape. They
fairly bristle with style. They are
made Of the best, material obtainable.
They are cut according to the latest
designs. Thoy uro made absolutely
right, inside and out: no hit or miss
policy, but right in every way.
(>. B. Simmons.
The "Dexter .Mattrisa" is manu
factured from South Carolina cotton,
pure and clean and guaranteed for 1H2?
nights. If properly aired and sunned
it will remain ill perfect shape for
years. Covered with lirst-class quality
ticking. In one pice, *i2,00j in two
S M. ,V R. II. Wilkcs.
I'ndkuwkau Health and comfort,
many descriptions and various prices
for real value underwear.
(). B, Simmons.
A few days ago a Hank NotO signed
by J. D. Terry, endorsed by .1. It.
Weathers and B. F Terry. Amountof
noto $65.00. Drawn on Tho Poople's
i.oi n .V Kxehange Hank. The linder
will bo suitably rewarded by returning
same to us.
Davis, Hopor .v Co.
Money to Loan
on improved farms at 7 por
cont. Long time?easy payments.
No commission. Bmall cost.
C. I). BARKSDALE,
Laurens. H. C.
AM) BRIEF NOTES Ol RECENT
Mrs. LyleS Irhy visited friends in
Spartanburg lasi week.
Mr. M 11. Ilurdino, of Gray Court,
was in tho city on Friday.
AuutloQCor J. N.Leuk, of Gray Court,
visited the eity on Friday last.
Mr, I.. M, Moaros, of Florence, wai
in the eity on Monday,
Pension money will he ready in a
Mr. Charles Simpson, of Dial-, was
suflioionlly up with his crop to sou his
friends in tho city on last Friday.
Mis. Clarcnco Poolo and cbildrou
-pent last week with relative- in Green
Dr. (). 13. Mayer, of Newbcrry, a
prominent mcuibor of tho medical pro
fession,was in the eity Saturday .
Mrs. G. VV. Shell is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. A. 0. Dlllard, in Spar
Mr. \V. W. Simpson, of AllgUSttl,
spent Sunday with bis father, Mr. T.
Mrs. C. II. llopor was the guest id
Mrs. L. M. Ropor, of Spartanburg, last
Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Craton, of Uutll"
orfordton, N. ('?., arc visited Dr. and
Mrs. J. T. Poolo, this week.
There will be an examination at An
derson. May 25th, for a V. i.-.'. I'o'i.l ci
detship from l.atiiner's District.
MeLaurin passed through the city
yesterday on-routo to Greonvlllo,
whore ho addresses the New Issue to
Messrs. J, S. Saxon and A. F. Cleve
land, young gentlemen of Huntington,
enhanced the eity with their presence
ilev.and Mrs. s it. Bass, of Aikon,
with their little boy, are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. J. Warren Hlakcley, Mrs.
Bass's parents, at Tylorsvllle.
Mr. fOdwin G. Simpson loft on Mon
day f r Union where ho will bo asso
e ated with Captain J, W. Clarke In
the management of the Union hotel
Miss Leila Wllkes, cl Charlotte, and
three of Mr. P. 11. Wllkes littlo son
are at Col. II. Y. Simpson's for the
Dr. II. K. Alken. Messrs. G.G. Feath
ertt-jre and Hubert Davis are dele
gates from tue I.aurons Lodge to tho
Stale Convention of the Knights of
Pythias in session at Spartanburg,
The graded schools close on Friday
for the holidays. There will be no com*
monceinent exercises this year. Teach
ers and pupils will welcome the holiday s
after faithful work for nino months.
Mr. James T. Harris-, of Spui tan
burg, was in tho city Saturday. Mr.
Harris expects to make a splendid
thing of Irs recently purchased min
oral Spring near Spartanburg.
Mr. A. L. Turner, of Babbtown, died
on the 8th inst., and his remains were
buried at Fork Shoals. Ho was a vete
ran, a good man and citizen, leaving a
wife anil three children to mourn their
M'ss Lei/.e Holmes went to Columbia
on Monday as a delegate from the La
dles Auxiliary of the Church of the
Kpiphany to the State Convention ol
A fried ol Tni. ADVliUTifsIon has u
hnlf do.cn very vigorous apple trees
that neither bloom nor bear fruit. He
wants ij know the causo and remedy.
Can any of our rondors answer from
experience not from hearsay.'
News reached the city vesterday ai
tornoon of tho death of little Aiuv
Johnson, oldest child of lion Jos. 'I.
Johnson, at Spartanburg. The grand
parents. Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Ander
son, reside in this city.
'Ibree great Presbyterian bodies ii..1
in General Assembly on the Kith inst.,
the Southern Prosbyterian at Little
Rock, the Northern at Philadelphia,
und the Cumberland at Wosl Poln?,
Rev. Mr. Adams, of the Prpsby'or
lan church, hss boon appointed one of
a committee of ministers to install Uev.
I), s. McAllstpr. as pastor of tho Pair
view and Lickvillc churches. The in
stallation will take place on the lifth
Sunday in .June
Invitations are out for the com
mencement exercises at Converse Col
lego on June 2nd, Miss Louise Dean
Itichey, tho bright and charming
daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. VV. It Kichey
will receive her diploma with the de
gree of B, A,
ft is not wi i! to put till Our OggS in
the same basket. There are plenty of
well-to do farmers who can make ex
periments. Fvery farmer should to
some ?xtent look to the best mean1) of
fertilising our lands and making two
blades of grass grow where ope grow
Hob Harris, colored, whoso home was
In this city, where he bud a wife, whl'o
working on a trestle in Greenville city
on Thursday last fell a dlstflnco of
thirty fi et and d:cd of h's Injurios dur
ing that day, Ho bore a eharac!;r for
soberness and industry.
Miss Katharine Jones, the charming
daughter of Mr. J. W. Jones i f this
city, guve a piano recital at Union Fe
male College, lauanla, Ala., hist even
ing. The program mo ombracod selec
tions from Beethoven, an 1 best of the
modern composers. Miss Jones is a
very talented young pianist.
Mr. A C. Todd, of this city, and Bon
of Mr. J. W. Todd, Grshicr ol the Peo
ples Loan nnd Exchange Bank, grad
uating from the. Law Depart incut M
the South Carolina College, was ud
mlltcd and sworn In in an Attorney of
tho Courts ill this State on Monday
Tho Women's Department of the
Charleston Exposition will publish
soon a splendid edition of the News
and Courier. All the reading matter
will bo contrlbu'od bv womou and
Gortrudo Athorton, Eli/.abctli Cndy
Stan ton and other well known writers
will be among the contributors. What
the women aro dpi rig (or (he Imposi
tion will alto bo graphically told by
the lady Commissioners of tho Woman's
'1 ho price of this paper will be only
ten cents, putting it within the reSO'l
Of all. Any one desiring copies should
leave nAme and address at thin oilioe,
with remittance f< r numl or of copies
desired, or eoniniun eate at once, w Hi
cither Mi^s Martha Washington,Chair
man Press Committee, US Chalmers
St., Charleston, S. G., or Mrs. J. M.
Vlsanska, Business Managor, .5 Bull
st:, Charlestoo, s. c.
Mrs. Adams can show yO'J the pret
tiest trimmed hats and at tho lowett
r . Wo have a quantity of Unknown
and Speckle peas tor sale. AUo a fow
Black pens. Call oarly.
lt. 1'. Milam & Go.
Just siik enough' feel
heavy-heeled, lazy and
listless, to have no appe
tite, to sleep badly, to
have what you cat feel
like lead in your stomach.
Not sick enough to lake
to bed or call a doctor,
but just sick enough to
not know what to do.
That's what you ought to
do?a good sensible tonic
thai will sharpen your ap
petite anil put new "go"
in yotti nerves and mus
cles. Come to-day and
begin taking it right
away. You'll lind just
what your system needs
The Laurciis Drug Co.
103 West Main St.
'PhOllO ~i<> Goods delivered.
A Sit|> 11 i*t? Grip ClIl'C.
Johnson's Tonii' is ft superb Grip
cure. Drives <?ut ovcry traco of poison
from Lin* system* Docs it quick.?
Within an hour ii outers the blood and
bog ins to neutralize the elYccts of tho
poison. Within a daj it places tlie
Grip victim beyond the point of dan
gor. Within a week ruddy checks at
test the return of perfect Ip'iWh Price
50 c its if it euros1 Ask tor Johnson's
Chill amt Fever Tonic. Take nothing
Hundreds of people over tho
county will toll you that Minter's
is the plaCO to buy your clothing.
The pricos are moderate and tho
goods are the best.
J. 15. Milder ,v Bro,
Try a bottle of Cedcrlne on your
furniture, piano. It will do them' lots
pf good. 20 cents per bottle.
s. M. (Si K. Ii. Wilkos.
Now h your chance to get a nice
summer hat cheap. Sale on Monday,
May 27tili from '.? to ? at Mrs. Adams?
flection in School District, No. 1(1.
II unter Township.
Whereas, a written petition of one
third of the electors and a like pro
mt! ion of the free-holders of the age
Iof twenty-one years, residing in School
District No. 10, Hunter and Cross Hill
I Township?, I,aureus County, has been
filed willi the County Hoard of Ed
ucation of said County, asking that
an annual tax Of two and one-half
I mills be levied and collected on
property In said Distriel to supple
ment the school fund of said District,
it is Ordered?
That the Hoard of Trustees of said
School District sloill hold an election
at Mouutvillu Precinct In tald District,
on the 1st day of .tune, A. D., 1001, for
the purpOSO of deciding if said tax
shall be levied and collected.
. At s? id eloctlon only such electors as
return real or personal property for
taxil'Ion, and who exhibit their tax
receipts and registration certificates as
required In general elections shall bo
allowed to ote.
A|. said olocton the said Hoard Of
Trmt .es shall act as Managers and the
election shall bo conduetod as is pro
vided by law for the conduct of gen
At said election each elector favor
ing the proposed levy shall cast a bal
lot containing the word "Yes" written
or printed thereon, and each elector
oppose d io siiid levy shall oast a ballot
containing I he word "No" written or
Within ten days after said election,if
the majority of those voting shall vote
for said levy, the said Hoard of Trust
ccs shall furnish tho County Auditor
with the statement of the amount
By order of the County Hoard of
Education of Laurens County.
ciias. v. Brooks,
W. M. Hkykon,
R, E. Badd,
ICounty Hoard of Education,
May 13th 1901.
I Can Please You
In whatever you may want in the way of
First Class Spring and Summer Dry Goods.
I hit I ili) nol own this whole paper, consequently can only
mention a Tow of them :
New Century designs in Colored Printed and Yarn-Dyed
Lawn- and Dimities at 15 and 25 cents per yard. Fancy Dotted
Swiss 15 and 25 cents per yard. Elegant designs in Scotch
Zephyr Ginghams at 15, :o. 25 and .jo cents per yard. Stylish
Dress Ginghams at S>V, 15, 25 and 40 cents per yard.
Ladies' Jersey Kibbed Vests, Low Neck atul Sleeveless, at
05, i?; am! 15 cents. Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Lisle Vests at 25
ami 50 cents each. Ladies' Ribbed Vests, High Neck and Short
Sleeves, at 25 cents each. Ladies' Fashioned Gauze Vests, no
Sleeves, at 10 cents each.
bull lines ?)i all that is New and Stylish. Figured White
I'hjues at 11?, i s, 20 and 25 Cents? Hemstitch Piques at 25 cents
per yard. India, Victoria and French Lawns, French Organ
dies. French Batiste, lue.
Immense Line of Laces and Embroideries.
O. B. Simmons.
? i.e. SMITH, tho oldest dealer in Monuments in Laurons county,
still has Ids placo of business in Clinton. Dealer in the best
native ami i up 11 d from Italy ami abroad. Tho latest designs, work
? lone in lh.' most artistic fashion, promptly, and terms reasonable and
satisfactory. He solicits your patronago and thanks you in advance.
Your attention i<> the fact of Clinton's exceptionable railroad facilities.
Call and examine hi 1 yard.
J. C. SMITH, Clinton, S. C.
No sensible man "throws good money
after bad" after he realizes what lie's
doing. And no sensible person will
continue to deal elsewhere after having
seen our Mock and learned our prices.
You will never be able to secure such
ample returns as we give you for your
money. Come here and save your
We are one ring some extraordinary
values in Men's and Hoys' and Chil
dren's Suits thi-- week. A big lot of
Men's $15.00, (12.60 and' $10.00
now $12.50, $10.00 ami $7.01).?
Children Suits (Big Values) from50c.
up to $5.00. A great line of men's
Odd P.mts from T?c to $7.50.
To Suit you fSuitH I is
Men's Furnishing Department!
Let us Collar and CuiT you and you won*I mind the Pun i. Negligee Shirts
in great variety. Our Undewear is perfect?25c. to si.no.
HATS! Well you know we sell more H.tt> than all of them.
What a Man Says and What He does
Ake Two Things.
WE DO AS WE SAY!
Just thrown on the table a big loi ol Ladies', Children's ana Wisses' Oxfords,
worth J5L00 to $8.00, all going at 7?c. We cannot make money
here it" you don't; su come at once.
Ladies' Dry Goods, Shirt Waists and Skirt
This department is one ol the special features >'i our immense growing
business. Everything that a lady needs t>> make up or t<; buy ready-made
is here. A style for every woman's taste. Thirty Dozen Ladies' pure Linen
Handkerchiefs only 7c. Come quick I
Our trade is increasing every day. Secret; Best goods loi least money.
Standard Patterns. Scriven Drawers loi Men.
Jeness Millet Shoes, Subscribe lor Standard Magazine.
Davis, tar k k
f ? \ REEZ1
Has been discovered in Iho
White Mountain Tripple Motion
Tf)e l^ofti? Pole
ist om Rtesm?
A very important and exclusive feature of the White Mountain Freezer is its duplex
V. . : vf, malleable iron dasher, being made in two parts entirely distinct and independent of
; . /;q> each other in their operation. Whereas in other freezers 111 *? dasher is a single one,
" being made as one piece. From the construction of this double beater the
White Mountain Freezer derives its tripple motion.
It's just like this?The can turns in one direction, opposite to which revolves the outside dasher with double sell-adjusting
scraping bars, which scrape the cream from the inside of the can as it freezes, and at the same time an inside beater-rod
w ith (loats turns in an opposite direction to the outside dasher referred to, thus producing three distinct simultaneous motions
Actual experience has demonstrated that the tubs \ised in the manufacture of our Freezers are the best?they are strong, wa
ter-proof, and bound with heavy galvanized iron hoops, that protect the tub and do not fall oft*. All outside work is ol gal
vanized iron to prevent rusting. As shown in the cut, the gearing is completely covered and nothing can gel between
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v Purchases. t?
Klcctiuii in School llistriel Nu. '?'>,
Dials Tom ushlp,
Whorcas, a written petition of one*
third of t.ho electors and n 11 ko pro
portion of the freo-holdors ol the age
of twonty-onc years, res'dlng in School
District, No.;;. Dials Township, Lau
rens County, lias been IIloci with the
County Board of Education ol said
County, asking that an annual tax of
two Mills ha Icvlod and collected on
property in Bald District, to supplo
mont tho school fund of said District,
It i.- Ordered:
That the lioard of Trustees of said
School District shall hold an election
at Shi loh l'roolnt In Haid District, on
the2.Mli day of May, A l>., 1001, for
the purpose of deciding if said tax
shall be levied and i d; sctcd,
At Paid e'<-e !on only such electors as
return real or personal property for
taxation, find who uxhibit their tax
rceoipls iiiai rogistrat ion cort ideates as
rcquirod in general elections, shall he
allowed to vote.
At >;i'<il election the said Hoard of
fruslceg shall act as Managors and the
olcciloti shall bo conducted as is pro
vided by law for tho conduct of gen
eral clo< lions.
At said olect'on each elector favor
ing the proposed levy hall cast a bal
lot, containing the word "Yes' writion
or printed there tn, and e .eb elector
Opposed to said levy sha I cast a ballot
containing tho word "No'' written or
Within ton days after said election,
if the majority ol those voting shall
volo for said levy, the said Board of
rrtistocHshall furnish tho County Au
ditor with the statement of tho amount
I'.y order of the County Board of
Education of Luuron8 County.
Ciias. l<\ BltOOKH,
W. M. BllYSON,
It. 13, Bahh,
County Hoard of l'.ducatioa.
May 3rd, lt)01?at.
[louses and Lots and Farms for Bale |
Tenants placed and Kcnta Collected,
KENNEDY & COG GANS,
Real Instate Agent?,
South side Public Square.
LiurcoH, S. C, Jan. 3, 1901?t>m.
Persons having business witli tho
Supervisor will Und him or bin Clerk
in tho Ofllco Mondays and Fridays of
j, s. Drummond,
Supervisor L. C.
Mar. 20, 1001.
We have established at the Palmetto
Drug Co. a Hook Depository. All par
ties wishing to buy or exchange l>ooks
can get them at tho list price.
Chah. P, Brooks,
_ o. s. E.
Notice, Trustees Election.
Hy resolutions of tho Hoard of Kdu
cation an election Is hereby ordered to
bo held on tho 25th of May 1901 for the
purpose of recommending suitablo per
sons to succeed tho preHont Hoard of
trustees In tho several school dis
Thi' Trustees in tho various Dis
tricts are hereby appointed to act as
mnuagcrs, and (ordered) bold said
elections as near centre of district as
practical, governing said elections by
the rules and regulations relating to
cmas. P. Brooks,
Co. Supt. of Education.
May 7, 1901?8t.
mm, In BO ili>,.
of rofxronc??. 2fi , <? ?. n ?i*Hifi?ltr. Hook 011
lloiun TrftaOnmit Mint fHr.K. A.I.I... ..
B. M. woo ULCV, M. D., Atlant?, Qiu
The Laurens Oil and Fertilizer Mill Ice attachment is now
in full operation. The water from which the ice i ; made is clear
The delivery wagon moves every day artd delivers promptly
to all orders.
Secure Coupon Hook at once, its drivers tire not allowed
to deliver ice except lor coupons.
Oil a*)d Fertilize!" Co.
THE OLD FIRM
J will con
tho Undoftaking business at tho <>ld stand. COFFINS, OASKETd
and ROBES, and HEARSE, at tho
A contmuanoo of tho gonoroug patronago hithorto oxtondod res
ifcotfully iolioited. KENNEDY BROS.,Laurous, S. ?