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( lias. W. Buruslde Dead.
ChtUJ W. Burns'de died last night
ai 11:15 o'olook at the homo of his fa
ther, A l!on W. Hums tie, in ColTee St
Mr. Durnslde has boon in had hoalth
for sonic tltno, having been forced to
ghe up his position as oxpi*088 agent
in Columbia a short time ago becauso
Of Iiis physical condition.
:!.? came to Qrconvillo about five
woeks ago. Ho was 27 years old and a
young man of ttplondid character and
ability. He was at one time a studvnt
of Furmun University, whore he made
a line record, lie w as very popular in
Columbia us express agent and hud
many frloil wherever he wont.?
Greenville News, 7th Inst.
Chns. W. Burnsldc was born and
raised in this county, bis parents liv
ing in thi. eily until about ten years
ago. In this county he has many
relatives who will regret to learn of
bis early doath and sympathize with
A Young Laurens 01 radii a to.
Mr. Thomas If. Daniel, a Wollord
graduate of the class of 1001, who w ill
reccivo his diploma Tuesday has boen
solectcd by Congressman .Joseph T.
Johnson as hlfl private secretary. Mr.
Daniel is a young gentleman of ability
and strength 0' charaotor, well quali
fied for his duties. Mr. Daniel's father
wtiS the leaohor (d the lirst school thai
Congn ssman Johnson attended.?Spar
tanburg cor. State.
Hurt- McCuon, the nine months old
son of Rev. w. 15. MeCuen, died at his
lather's home in Princeton last Friday.
? lloncn Path Chronicle.
Miss l.alu Workman, a graduate of
tho ?Ire nvillo Feiualo College and her
slsti r. m ss Kilon Workman,of Laurens
arc the guests of Miss Lillian Riser in
North Main street.?-Grconvllle News,
Mr-. Mottle Williams, of Lauren?,
vldtod lier brothor lust week.
Dr. J. R. CulbertSOO, of Laurens.
roeontly visited his old friend and
> hool mate, Dr. .tones. Jones' Letter
to I lonoa Pat h < Ihroniclo.
Persons having business with the of
fice of Superintendent of Bduoation,
will please see h'tn at once as he will
be at the State Summer School after
the 23d of June
D. II Joyce-, of Coronaea. was in
town Saturday People who know say
that Mr. Joyce h is some of tho finest
w In at 1. ?. or grown i n this county. Ho has
forty acres from which It is estimated
he w ilt reap on an average of thirty
tivi to forty bushels to the acre.
Allen University, Columbia.
The Trustees of that college have
? looted tho following faculty for next
Dev. D.U. Johnson, D. D., Prostdcnt:
Prof. J. M. Morris. A. M., Principal
Normal and Collegiate Dopartmont;
Prof.J.L. Bumgardnor, JJ. S.: Prof.
I'.. C. Jones, B. S.: l'rof. J. T. Turuage,
B. S.: Misses L L. Nelson,L. Thomas,
C. Davis, Ida Davis and Katie Nichols:
M. I',. Johnson, Matron.
inn:Whin o\ items.
At an election held by the white
votors of Browerton School District.
No. T, on May 20th ult., resulted in the
same old Trustoes, being re-elected to
serve another term of two years. W.
s. Kn'ght. J. II. Balentine and J. If.
< arlis'.e are tho unfortunate ones.
Dysentery is very prevalent now in
our 1 nmmuntty, almost an epidemic.
Ho fatal cases as yet however.
\\ o are having copious showers every
few days which is causing everything
iii tho' lino of vegetables to put on a
different appearance altogether and
Gen. Oroon is marching his host in
full force, which means more hard
work for the farmer. The fact of tho
eise is, if it should rain another week
or SO, a great deal of the cotton crop
would hj lo-t in the grass. Then if we
could have sunshine those who have
been buying hay, could make some at
10 and save hauling it from tho
railroad and paying freight.
Just i.ow the wheat and oats harvest
teems vo be groat and the laborers few.
So our prayer is thai u.o Lorf] may
send more laborers into the harvest
Rev. R. M. Johnson, of Greensboro,
\. c. preached at Harmony Metho
dist - hurch First Sunday.
TiiO TruotCpS of Brcwerton School
ni J cow ; eadv to . oasider applications
for laid school for the ne?t cesston.
John W.'Simpson, of Irby, loit a
good mule Inst Friday of Pneumonia.
Ho Qrsl thought it had glanders, there
fore ho telegraphed to Clomson Col
logo for State Veterinarian surgeon
pud lie decided it had pneumonia.
Notice to Trustees.
Tlio toachor8 In the School Districts,
named below, have not turned over
their registOt'S to tho Superintendent
of Fdueation as required by law. The
money for next scholastic year Is based
Dil the enrollment of this year, as
ihown by the teacher's registers. It
would bo well for the Trustees in the
district % named to se^ their teaoher and
have these books in the office without
further delay by the 20th of June, any
Laurens No.-. !, 2 and .'5; Dials Nos. .'J,
'1 and 7: Sullivan No. 2: Cross Hill NOS.
2 and 5; Hunter No ?">: Jacks Ncs. 1, 2
and I; b'cuflletown Nos 2 ai. ."5
OHAS, F. BROOKS,
June 10th, lOOJi C. S E.
<:/ 1 have a few uns of Guano here,
and also at Harks lale Station. You
will ne d it for your stubble land.
J. H. Sullivan.
You can get anything in Gents' Fur
Dishing line at a'most n sacrifice.
< >. B. Simmons.
ft'i .'in old, old story, bi?t a yory
tru'hful one. that Hack's stoves does
the cooking to perfection. Sold only
S M. & B. H. Wilkes.
A beautiful line of baby's cap j going
lit and below New York cost.
Q, IL Simmons
Why eat soft and musty butter when
an Alaska Refrigerator will make It
hard.' Sold only by
S. M. & K. H. Wilk s.
I am agent for J <v. P Coats J- pool
Xoilon, the best thread on tho mat Wet.
O 15. Simmons.
When In town It's worth v. Iking
across t he square to yoe the many 2f>ets
articles wo have on our 10 cents coun
ter ."?is things to select from at
S. M. St B. H. Wllkos.
a Bargain Ono 70 saw, Bagle Gin:
One I loss Press: Ono Doloaeh Grist
Mill, good as new, only 1*0 bales cotton
Itavo been ginned on the gin, with
shafting and belting. Will sell on
easy term*. .1. T. Harris,
Harris Spring, S. C.
The Board of Trustees of tho Schoo'
District, of the town of Laurens horcby
calls a public mooting In tho Court
House, at 11 o'clock a m., on the 27th
day of Juno inst., of all those citizens
who return real or personal properly in
paid District for the purpose of levying
a lax on all suoh real and personal prop
erty to maintain tho City Schools dur
ing tho scholastic year of 1001-1002, and
electing two Trustees.
By ordor of the Board of Trustees.
1 C. D. Barksdalb.
W^, H, 'Ol-i'.t. Mce'y of Booi-d.
I Mr. K. L. Walker, who has'been em
ployed in Tin: AnvKinisia; oOlco for
la number of years, lias gone to Spar
j tanburg*to accept a more lucrative po
Htlou with the Spartuilburg Journal.
I Mr. Walkor Is an cfllclout typo ami u
young man of hlgb charaoter, and has
too good wishoa of Tim: Advisktiseh
and other friends in the city.
Laurons was tbo Gretna Cireon to
wnlcb came Mis- Bosslo < bovin, of
Clinton, and Mr. MeMurray, of Sincer
ity, S. 0., a few even in vs ago. They
flrovo up 10 Laurcns on Wednesday
evening ami were married by Rev. Mr.
Adams at tho Presbyterian parsonage.
I he bride Is very beautiful and popular
in social circles at Clinton. Mr.
MeMurray has been a student at the
Presbyterian College and has carried
to his home at Sincerity one of Clinton's
most charming girls.
Our friends at GrocnvUlo failed to
send down our paper In time hence
ADVEIiTlSRR is a day behind. Wo
have clone a sight of scolding. Our
patrons will do the rest.
Changes in Schedule.
Trains are in now from Spartanblirg
and GrocnvUlo at 12.07: from Columbia
and Augusta at 1.37. The new sched
ule- went into effect Sunday. There
is no ? top over for d uer at Laurcns
by the first 'rains now.
On Sunday, June 23rd, in tbo Pres
byterian Church, at li o'clock a.m..
Dev. Mr. Adams will deliver a special
sermon to tbo Masons. The public, as
well as all other denominations, arc
specially invited to attend.
Thornwcli Orphanage, Clinton.
We are in receipt of "Our Monthly"
for May, print od at Thornwcli Or
The number is of a high order in
every view and presents the needs of
tliis noble charily.
A Long Leap.
Mr. llnskcil Dill jumped from a polo
forty-one foot high into Little lllver
on Friday afternoon In the presence of
a large cro wd of spectators, llo per
formed a similar feat on Sunday anil is
quite tbo admiration of I ho youth of
Dr. James II. Carlisle.
It is announced that this distin
guished Prcsid nt of Woliord Collego,
will insist upon hi- resignation, ten;
d l.-d a year ago. lie will probably
accept a Professorship, The Trustees
have the delicate ta-k of selecting Iii?
Death of a Uood Woman.
We learn with regret of the death of
Mis. .1. M. Goodman, of Mountvillo, on
Saturday last. She leaves a devoted
husband and children to lament their
irreparable lo s. Mrs Guelman was
M ss Bryson, youngest duugh'orol the
late Ctvpt Sam'l Bryson.
The next term of this great State in
stitution for Women will commence on
< October Oth . The opening day is post
poned for the completion of the new
Dormitory. Among the new instruc
tors elected, we note with pleasure that
Miss Pnnr.lo Watkins, of this county,
has been chosen as assistant Professor
Heath of a Giuliani Veteran.
The death is announced, at Claren
don, Ark., of Capt. P. 0. liwnn. lie
was a native of Ohio, but served
through Ufb war as a gallant soldier of
the Lost Cause. Capt. Kwun, leaves a
widow and two children. Mrs. Kwun
'h the daughter of Col; Connor, of
Cokesbury, and a sister of Dr. P. 1>
Connor, of our city Deep sympathy
is felt for ;no distressed relatives.
A School Superintendent.
By the declination of Professor Wat
kins a vacancy exists for the place of
Superintendent of our Graded Schoo'-.
Vir. G. L Johnson, of our county, has
bad large < xperlonco, is entirely com
petent, and a good disciplinarian. In
an educational point of view the quali
fications arc all around its: to till all
the requirements Is not so common,
but we think the gentleman wo name
will give (Treat satisfaction to all our
citizens. We a-o aware that ('foreign
birds have feathers lair," tut nil things
being equal, a home man should not be
Col. Orr's Lecture.
it wi i 1)9 recalled that President
Lucas, of the Lauren a Cotton Mills,
procured during the Winter a series of
distinguished speakers for the opera
tives Of his large Mill. Col. Orr de
livered on Saturday evening the last of
the Winter's series. As reported to
the editor it was a carefully prepared
practical address with little reference
t) the embrlonic political questions
now pressing upon the public. He con
trasted the compensation of those who
master tie details of manufacturing
and got to tbo head of the various de
partments and branches, with that re
ceived by those engaged in other call
ings and professions, as minister:-, mer
chants, mechanics, physicians and law
yers, and favorably to I hose engaged In
manufacturing and industrial pursuits.
President Lm.as, lias been fordunato in
his generous supply of speakers, umoqg
ihem Bishops Duncan and Capers, Prof.
Holmes of North (larolina, I'rof. Clink
scales of Woliord, and Col James L.
Laurens Ollis Pr minent at Converse
Tho correspondent of tho News and
Courier in speaicing of the entertain
ment given bv the Literary Societies
at Converse College .-it'll :
All this was only preparatory for the
groat event of tho evening, which was
the settling of this question:
Resolved. That Arbit, ation Should
Miss Pauline Adams, graceful ami
dignified and Miss Annie c. Cole, with
the ease and abil'ty of a trained presi
dent of a deliberative body, jointly
presided over tho mooting of the two
societies. Miss Mettt Sullivan and Mbs
Kli/aboth Mays had tbe affirmatlvo
side of the question, and while they re
present od poacp and the boneficent re
sults of the settlement ol all Inter
national difficulties, they showed that
they wore icady for a sharp fight when
it can.e to renl'i"-and rejoinders.
On the other side, for war, bloody
war. stood up Ml-s Kminii Mudgens
and Miss Kugcnia Johnson, nnd they
persuaded the audience that wars wcro
not the greatest evils and that civil!/1
tion had always moved forward and up
ward in consequence pf wars,
The committee appointed to decidp
the matter, either thr. ugh honest con
viction or moved or instigated by fear
of tbo chamiions of war, decided
A Terrible Explosion
"Of ? gasoline stove burned a lady
here frightfully" writes N. R. Palmer.
or Klrkman, la. Tho boat doctors
couldn't beat the running sore that fol
lowed, but Blicklon's Arnica Salvo on
tlroly CUrod her." Infallible for Cuts,
Corns, Soras, Boils, Bruises, Skin Dis
eases und Pilo.-?. 25 conta at Laurens
Card of Thanks.
Walorloo, S. C, )
Jnno 10th, 1901. \
Mil Kditou: ? Pieaso allow mo space
through the colums of your valuable
paper t0.lhanlc my many friends for
their liberal .support and k'ndncss in
(,ho cpntost iust ended for tho beautiful
chair I bate rec?lvod through tbolr
i'a Smith. .
AND BRIEF NOTES OF RECENT
Is a "city'' complete- with a cotton
mill and a Furniture Factory?
Mr. Ryland Traynham has k?""-' over
to Due West to attend commoncemont.
Miss Mary limven lias gone to the
Virginia coast to spend several weeks.
Miss Willou Cray is visiting friend-,
Miss Caro Adams is visiting friends
Miss Eugenia Bramlott is In Green
vlile for commeneemont week .
Dr. O. Ii. Mayer, of Newberry. wa
in tho city Monday.
Magistrate Donnon was yesterday In
The school on Factory Hill closed for
thy Summer on Friday morning.
Mr. Alex Long spent Sunday in Spar
Mi.-s Bmmie Meng is in Coiutnb'a on
a short visit.
Miss I.ei/.e Holmes has returned from
a visit to Florence.
Mrs. C. D, Barksdalc Is visiting Mrs.
Frank Kvans in Spartanburg.
Mrs. Willie Anderson left last week
to visit relatives in West Virginia.
See Mr. J. T. Harris1 advertisement
of valuable gin.
Correspondents; Please to d li) your
Maj. W. A. Watts visited Columbia
Miss Mary Rivers, of Clinton, -pent
Sunday with friends in the city.
Miss Rosalie Burton is at homo from
IV in Ihr. p for the holidays.
Mi.-s Sallie Watkins has gone UP to
Greenville to visit her brother, Mr. J.
Miss Annie Wilson, of Vorkvillo, is
at her brother-in-law's, Mr. Alex Long,
for a few weeks.
Mastor .lohn Watts has gone to Cho
raw to yisit his father, Judge II C
Miss Rosa Fuller, of Monnlvlllo, Is
the guest of her sister Mrs. JOPSO
Miss Janet McFarlane, of Philadel
phia, is visiting her sister Mrs. J. fi
Mrs. Lucius McSwain, of C.-o-.
Hill, is spending the summer In Wash
ington, D. C.
Miss Li I Irby is at home from the
Prosbytorian College, Columbia, for
the holidays .
Mr. J. D. Adams will goto Chester
on the FStti inst., for the Geuoral As
sembly of the Nat ional Union.
Rev. J. I). Pittsand Rov. B. J. Wood
ward aro at -tiding Commencement at
Mr. Reuben Pitts will arrive for the
summer vacation from Furman Univer
sity this week.
Capt. B. L. Potter, formerly of Lau
rens, visited friends in the city this
? lohn R. Heliums, F-<| , of Dials, was
with his friends in the city on Satur
Mrs. J. F. Brown and Misses F.lla
and Mallie brown, of Spartanburg, will
arrive to-morrow to visit their uncle.
Col. B. w- Ball.
Tho interesting letter from Col. J.
II. V\ barton is from San Francisco,
where he is attending tho National
Convention of lt. R. Commissioners.
Mr. and Mrs. H D. Nance, of Cross
Hill, went over to Winthrop last week
to see their daughter, Miss Mary, re
ceive her diploma.
It is thought that there is not more
than half a crop of peaches in the
county, although what is on the trees
appears very healthy.
The Summer School for Laurens will
be held from July a^d , to August lith.
W. K. T?te, of Charleston, Principal:
assisted by Prof. J. B. Watkins.
lion. Alex Smith, of Lisbon, whs in
the city on Saturday, lie speaks ill
flowing terms of 'the magnificent
wheat prop of Col. J. 0. M. Shaw.
Misses Nellie Bolt, Annie Gilkorson
and Willou Cray are at home for tho
holidays from the Columbia Female
Mr. A. (i. Holmes, Principal of the
Pendleton High School, has been
elected Principal of the Ilonea Path
The strawberry orop has boon un
usually tine?tho old fields a'so were
full of good berries anil some of these
were sold In this market.
At Central, on Saturday last, a beau
tiful occasion was a Sunday School pic
nic. Addresses wore delivered, and
Hon. F. P. McGowan was one of the
Messrs. J. B, Carlisle and D. C.Paid
well, of Spa| anburji, paid Lau pom
Lodge of Knights of Pythias a special
vi->it Monday evening.
Mr. Lauren." Potter, one of tho suc
cessful business men of the State, wa
in the city this week. His many friends
wgj-o glad (.0 weleop,c I,'up at h's old
Mi.-s Laura Irby entertained the
Fancy Work club on Fridny afternoon.
t he club win out in full force and spent
a delightful hour. Mrs. Jesse Teague
will by the hostess at tho next meeting.
Misses Bessie Brown, Amy Nolan
ami Laura |rby: Messrs Wehs, Olatld
Babb and others attended the com
mencement German at Clinton, Wed
pesday night, The German is roport
ei] to havo been a very delightful affair.
Mr. J. W. Copeland, now of states
v I lie, N. O.i but with large interests in
Clinton, this county, vas In the city
Saturday. Ho was with us in recon
struction times as one of our heroes
and wo would gladly have him back.
Dr. M.C Cox, of Youngs, was in tho
city on Saturday. |t Is weil known
that ho is a vetcrap and had a hand in
the tough business of thirty-live years
I ago, but fop all that, he looks like "a
hoy again.'' '
Mr. \. O. Todd, tho eldest son of
Mr, J. W. Todd graduated from the
South Carolina College this week with
the dogreos of A. B. und L. L. B. Mr.
Todd has taken a high stand at Cob
lego and bids fair to win success in his
chosen professloi. tho law.
Professor Jonof, whose father was of
our county, and who 1? ft prominent
teacher, has been In' the city ior several
days. Ho is an applicant for the po
sition of Superintendent of the Graded
Schools', and has tho vory highest tes
timonials as to worth and competency.
Please bring in all changes of adver
tisements and locals au oat ty as pwislb'.o
Monday morning. This will insure
advertisements being changed.
to stop in here ami
get the sort of Soap
you like for < our
hath. One eak. to
cents : Tin ec for ^
cents?all this week.
The Laurciis Drug Co.
103 West Main St
'Phono 7? <!<>otls dolivorcd.
Tito Union Mooting of tho second
and third Sections of tho [.aureus Bap
t'st. Association will oonvono with tno
Prlnooton Baptist church, Juno 28-30,
All tho churcllOS rum nosing thcSO
sections arc earnestly requested to
elect delegates and urge them to at
It) a. in. song and. prayer service; I
conducted i>y Itev. J. O. Martin.
10.30 a. m. introductory sermon, hj
Iluv. M. C Common,
enrollment ol dolcgatos and organ
SUIMKCTS FOP DISCUSSION.
I. Tho Christian's stewardship. Rev.
Tom Jacks. John M. Uudgens, Kev.
Jas. A. Martin.
II. The neglect of discipline in the
churches, (a) causes, Prof. H. V. Cul
bertson; (h) ell'eets, II. I). MahalTnoy;
(c) cure, A, II. Mai tin.
10 to 10.30 song and prayer service,
con dieted by J. D. Pitts, l?. I).
III. Christ our high priest, Rov. M.
C. Compton, Rev. R. J. Woodward.
I\'. Kxogosis of .Matthew. 1 l2:."."i 37.
J. I). Pitt-, I) I).
\'. Some reasons forstete missions.
Rov. Jaa Ron, Prof. J. B. Watkins,
Dr. Rieharfl Ohristophor.
VI The evidence of regeneration,
Rt v. I). H. Owens, L9Wis Martin, T. S.
10 a. in. Sunday school mass meet
Addressos by John M. II idgons, ll
II. Mnhon, ProL J. R. Watkins.
11 a. m. Missionary sermon. 15. J.
IL Y. Culbertson,
C, B. Bobo,
B. J. Woodward,
Pure and Wholesome.
Rretnl is tho chief food used to
sustain life, therefore have it good.
The iiso Of "Clifton" or "Snow
flake" mill "Spollosb" made at
Brnnsford Mills, Owonsboro, Ky.,
will insure this, as either is abso
lutely pure nnd wholesome. Insist
on your grocer sending you one of
thoso brands, Sold by m, 11. Fow
ler und T. N. Bnrksilale.
You Ht.ould see our lino of China
Matiing, which is the largest line ever
shown in upper Carolina and our prices
arc less than anywhere.
S. M. iV Ii. II. Wilkes.
Money to Ltoan
on improved farms nt 7 per
cent, hong time?easy payments.
No commission. Small cost.
C. I). I1ARKSDALE,
I [tiurpns, s.'c
TO THIS inlifuc.
Wo have one of the I n gest stocks of
General Morchandi.se In Laurons and
will soil either for cash or on time as
cheap as anybody. Also a full line of
Wagons, 111 KK'os, Harness and Cnder
takcr's Supplies. See us before buying.
Will buy all the peas you havo to Sou.
R. P. M1 LAM Sc Co.
College ol' Charleston,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
rounded ni 1785.
Strong Facility , weii i quipped 0h< mi
oal, Physical and Biological Labora
tories; Observatory; Library of 11,000
volumes; and the llnost Museum of
Natural History in tho South, lb A.,
B. S3., and M. A. courses offered.
Tuition, $10.00, payable in two in
BtalmontS. Hoard in CollogO Dormi
tory can bo obtained at $10.00 a month.
One Scholarship giving free tuition is
assigned to Laurons County, the. holder
to i)o appointed by tho Judge of pro
bate and the County Superintendent of
Education. All candidates for admis
sion are permlitod to compete for va
cant BoyCO Scholarships, which pay
1160 11 year. Entranoo examinations
will be he'd in Laurons, on July lil,
lOOJ, by tho County Superintendent
nnil Judge of Probate. Next session
opens September :.n, litOl. For cata
Shoes For Everybody!
l All Widths,
I handle Zeiglcr Bros., Plautt & Mark, and Bay State Brands.
1 O. B. Simmons.
arc here and il's time 10 leach the
little girls lo cook. They will en
joy learning on a
|Cool Cornier! Brifibers. ?
Our Refrigerators, Ice Cream Free- h
/.cvs, Waler Coolers, kalian Rockers, gi
Buck's Stove " J^a^e
< NO MATTER lj>
i what, ii" it's Furniture you want, 8?
i you'll find it here. Every late shape 9
4 and style. |j>
WE PAY THE FREIGHT
on purchases of $10.00 or more.
Five grades in nice sheer white
India Linons at
10, 12U, 15, 20 and 25 cts.
I.awn Edgings, Insertions ami All-Over lo match.
In colored Organdy and Dimity you can find here the
Quality, Color and Price you desire.
Only a limited quantity of those heavy all-Silk Gloves, the
75 cents quality, ul lOcts. while they last.
* .Special Value in Sunshades at o?^J
W. Or. Wilson & Co.
J, C. SMITH, the oldest deal or in Monuments in Lanrens county,
.still has his place of business in Clinton. Denier in the best
native and imported from Italy and abroad. Tho latest designs, work
done in tho most nrtistio fashion, promptly, and terms reasonable and
satisfactory, [To solicits your patronago and thanks you In advance.
Your attention lo the fact of Clinton's exceptionable railroad facilities.
Call and examine his yard.
J. C. SMITH, Clinton, S. 0.
tho Undertaking business at the old stand. COFFINS, CASKKTb
and ROBES, and HEAR8JC, at %>
A continuance of tho genurou patronago hitherto extendod res
Keotfully Bolioited. KENNEDY BROS., Laureui, 8, C
No sensible man "Ihvows good money
after bad" after he realizes what he's
doing. And no sensible person will
continue lo deal elsewhere after having
seen out stock and learned our prices.
You will never be able to secure such
ample returns .>> we give you for your
money. Come here and save your
We are ottering some extraordinary
values in Men's and Boys' and Chil
dren's Suits this week. A big lot ol
Men's $15.00, $12.50 und $10.00
now $12.50, $10.00 and $7.00.?
Children Suits (Big Values) from50c.
up lo $5.00. A vi'eat line of men's
odd Pants imm 75c. t<? $7.00.
To Suit you ?uits Us
Men's Furnishing Department!
Let us Collar and CutT you and you won't mind the Prk 1. Negligee Shirts
in great variety. Our Undewcar is perfect?25c. to $1.00.
HATS! Well you know we sell more Mais than all of them.
What a Man Says and What He Dous
Aru Two Things.
WE DO AS WE SAY!
I KY US!
Just thrown on the table a big lot of Ladies', Children*- and Misses' (ixfords,
worth $1.00 to $8.00, all going at 75c. We cannot make money
here if you don't; ^o come at once.
Ladies' Dry Goods, Shirt Waists and Skirt
This department is one of the special features of our immense growing
business, everything that a lady needs to make up or (?? buy ready made
is here. A style for every woman's taste. I hirty I )ozen Ladies' pure Linen
Handkerchiefs only 7c. Come quick !
Our trade is increasing every day. Secret! Best goods for least money,
Jeness Miller Shoes.
Scriven I >ra\vers for Men.
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The Laurens OU and Fertilizer Mill Ice attachment is now
in full operation. The water from which the ice is made is clear
The delivery wagon moves every day and delivers promptly
to all orders.
|jgf~ Secure oupon Hook at once, as drivers are not allo\ve<V
to deliver ice except for coupons.