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The advantages ami rcsoiircesof this
city attract pooplo from everywhere
tU 0011)0 ami make it their home.
Aiming the latest persons In he men
tiuncil who will shortly reside here
permanently is Mr. I). Casper Smith
of Waterloo. Mr. Smith is one ol the
wealthy and influential citizens ol his
community ami in coining to Spartan
burg he will make no mistake, tie
will be cordially welcomed,?Spartan
burg Herald, June 12th.
Should Mr. Smith remove to Spar
tanburg, Waterloo ami the county at
large will Buslnin a genuine loss. Wa
terloo i> a town with a future ami the
AovkktisKit sees no reason for Spar*
tailblirg being j referred.
Col. Ii, W. Hall:?
Have you selected your candidates
for La ire:.- Graded School Trustee
vacancies? If not, how nhout namloe I
or suegcotlng Jas. I '. Tolbort as a jrpod
man for one of tin- vacancies?
Clti/.en and Taxpayer.
(ilenn Springs hotel, which opened on
.lane 1st., thoroughly renovated and
equipped for tho season, is rapidly till
ing up, Visitors there arc now rogis
ten from six dilTcront States, and
from I In- letters thus far received, there
is overy reason to hellevo that this will
bo a highly prosperous soason for this
justly celebrated summer resort.
The hotel ha> the finest band this
\> at' that has ever been heard at (ilenn
Springs, and all of the appointments
of the hotel are excellent. Messrs.
Simpson & Simpson are spreading
themselves to entertain the South
Carolina Slate Press Association, en
inly 2d.?Spartanburg Herald.
l'\ M. Todd and family left Wednes
day lor Simpsonvilla, whore they will
spend the' summer,
Mr. .1. s. Drummond, our County Su
pervisor, was in town several times
the past week, lb' is doing, some good
work on I he road near Jacksonville.?
URA^ COURT NEWS.
Tiie Loafors' Club here has held a
meeting, and upon vote, have decided
that there is the poorest prospect for a
crop there over was in the recollect ion
of: lie eldest member.
Hain, rain, ra'n No doubt every
one thinks the rain was heavier at his
house than 11 was anywhero else, but
we b; I ovo that this immediate eoin
munily was in the very center of all
Ihe lieavj rains that have fallen in the
last few days.
Mr. W. U. Cheek lost ten acres of
oats on lloaverdain that had not been
cut, owing to high water, and Mr. M.
II Uurdine estimates that he lost 600
bus! ? Is of oats on Mountain Creek, that
had been eat.
It Is with sorrow that we learn of
the deatli of Mrs. hula Shell Gray, wife
of Mr J. P. Gray, wldeh occurred at
her home in San Antonio, Tex., on the
15th. lust. Mrs. Gray liveel in our
midst for twelve or lifteen years, and
wo can testify that she was a most ex
cellent Christian woman, Our sympa
thies po OUt to the bereaved.
vir. It. S. ;'.;?!'. of Meeker. Colorado,
came la last week and is with his fam
ily at Capt, A, c. owing?. Heuben
look - . cry nat lira'.
Hugh I'edon, the old-time, honest,
harness repairer, is a'. Gray court for a
Mr J. I' Tolbort and family visited
hore anil at Youngs' last week.
Mr. L. O. s vitzer visited his niece.
Mrs. C. H. Bishop, aud other friends
h re last week
IVof. I1'. Kldoo D bb'.o, oi Orange
burg, was bore last week.
We are sorry that Mr. I>. I) Hoden
wits forcod to kill the negro Ebb
Harks last weok, mention of wldeh has
been made In the papers, but no one
who knows Mr. Pedeil's disposition
doubts thai ho was justifiable,
Grayoourt will bo glad of the pleas-1
are of entertaining the Lauren3 County I
Clinda School Convention, which will
inei t here next month.
?'.-s Mary Stoddard, of Greonville, is
visiting ut her grandmother's, Mrs. M
Miss Minnie Dor rob, of Youngs, is
with relatives here this week.
Prof. W. 1\ Garrett, our ' Hilly Bar
low," is married* He went way down
? Florida and brought back a One
' ? re. young widow, Mr-. McCook.
Wet iulcr our congratulations,
board tor teachers.
Teachers wishing to attend tho Sum
mor School will lind good Hoard, at a
reason lib! 0 price, at Mrs. II. T. S.vit
zor's. Can accommodate as many as
K iep cool by wearing one of 0. H,
Blmmons's llannel suits,
Di;; up your dollars v, $, ??. Come to
tho big reduction sate at
i)avls, Roper & Co's.
Sox, Fancy Sox, Plain Sox, Hosiery
a si :os and prices. You are interest
ed in this sale.
J. R. Minter & Hro.
Our tale of iratltc in this issue will
ov( rybody In need of anything
in our line. Yours.
Davis, Ropor & Co.,
Ladies' linen hemstitched and em
broidered handkerchiefs at 6, 10,15,
- and 50 cents at <>? B Simmons,
Spi ..ml reduction on all Summer
Dress G ods. 15 cents values 10 cents:
all 10 cents goods at 8 cents.
'J he Hub.
Wo wish to call your attention to
these throo special drives in Hugs we
roci ived I si week from our New York
buyer. Smyrna, si/.e J10 x 60, 05 cents;
M?i|U< ttO, si>.<i 21 x 51, *l. |;'i; Velvets,
UT \ 51, *1 2">.
S m. St e. II. Wilkes.
Now is the time to buy your umbrel
ins. I have them at all prices.
O. H. Simmon-.
Our .-lore is a School for buyers. We
i in give you a splendid education in
values and save, you money.
I ?Avis, Uoper .v Co ,
'l he Leaders.
We hn\ o a new boo of neckwear that
cai not bo Burpa&sod In this city,
J, Ji. Minter Si BfO.
?A sh< f cleaning sale i.s in operation
Ut tho immense store of
I >avis, Hopcr A Co.
V'o i .dd have a Bamboo Porch
bund for your porch this Summer, it
will add a great deal to its comfort
these hot afternoons. Hight foot long
anil i Ighl feet wide. <>nly $1.10.
s. m. A R, ii. Wilkes.
Everything in Millinery at groatly
reduced prices. See Us before you buy
and .save money.
Take pitty on your wife these warm
(?ays and buy her a Buck's Stove, it
win mako her work lighter. Guaran?
teed to < i --k to ploaso you or monoy
R. m. Si K, II. w11 kos.
J ill- is u great season for low-cut
Bhcos. See oar patent vlcls.
J. E. Minter Si Hro.
Our 10 cents Countor is growi",'
every day. On it you can get, 2,4001
Hinteln .s, for in ce nts.
S. M. ,y e, If. Wilkes.
A Stunmor Sorgo rout, light and
Cool, dressy too, is tho real thing for
J. B, Minter ? Hro.
Special prices on Ladies and Chil
dren's slippers, $1.25 values at ?8 cts.
An ontortainmont will be given
within tho Hi -t 'wo Wieks fortho joint
bottcllt of th'j i :ng's Daughter-, und
(bo Bpiscopul Church, A number of
tbo childron and young folks of the
town will take part, and tln.ro will bo
roine good musical features.
I'rof. Moaros. of Cedar Spring- In
stitution, 'the hoaf and Dumb State
Institution! was after a severe trial,
convicted in Spartanbui'g of immoral
conduct. He tarried the case up to
the Supreme Court , ami that court sus
tains the court below, and he will be
punished accordingly. Old citizens of
this county will remember that bo was
reared in lhi> county and regret his
a c.-e ot an unusual nature was
brought bet?re Magistrate lludgons
'a-t week. Mr. Isaac Hughe.-, princi
pal of the Huntorsvlll school, accused
of hnvingcruolly whipped Miss bertha
Finch, one of his pupils, was in
dicted for assault and battery. Tbo
jury returned a verdict of guilty, and
he was lined *20 00, or twenty' dav.s
on the chain i?ang its the alternative.
The case will go to the higher court.
Arthur,the infant eon of Mr, and Mrs.
It. a. Coopor died at Princeton last
Wednesday. Mrs. Coopor and the ohib
dreil were visiting her father, .Mr. J. T.
Machen. Tho sympathy of their many
friends goes out to the bereaved pa
Where Arc the "Hooters,"
What's tbo mattor with baso ball in
this town? HttVO tbo school hols gone
to "hustling" that they have no time
f >r the national game?
.Number 00, Commercial Fertilizers;
Number (ll, Corn ; Number (12, Capons
and Cnponr/.ing; Number ?3, Sweet
Potato. Farn ers desiring information
on these subjects will write to S. (J.
Experiment Station, Clctmoti College,
You may see a sheaf of this splendid
cereal at ibis olllce Mr .1 . Wade An
derson, of the OH Mill brings us the
specimen and will explain its virtues
its chief being that it may be fed with
out injury and is as prolific as tb"
bearded varlt ty.
Mr. B. L. Jones Elected.
The T. u-tees of tbo (.traded Schools
met on Monday and elected Mr. b. \,,
Jones, of Yorkville, Superintendent of
the schools for the sosslon of 1001-02.
Mr. Jones conies of good Lauren - stock,
Is a teacher of experience and a man
of ability. Tim schools will be in good
Mr. A. Madolc, of Spartanburg, a
prominent Woodman, will deliver a
public addres3 on Wood Craft, in the
Court 11 use on Thursday 20th inst., at
0:30 p. m. Hois prominent in the or
der, D. D. Sovereign, ?, The public are
invited, and especially the craft are ex
pected to be present.
Mr. W. P. Cam It Wins a Florida
Mr. W. lJ. Gaivott arrived in the city
on Friday from Qainsvillo, Florida*,
where he was married a few days ago
to Mrs. MeCook, a most attractive and
?harming woman, Mr. Carrott Is a
talented young portrait paintor with a
rapidly grow pig reputation, und Is n
membar of a prominent Liurous fam
ily. The bride will receive a very cor
dial welcome from Mr. Garrett's numer
Court nl Anderson.
The sensation of the early Spring,
known list) 0 " lav( ry" slu ka.de < usos,
in Anderson County, are nov (I 1 for
trial. The Grand Jury havo returned
?true bills ' in a hall d< can cases, the
defendants being large and rich plant
ers. The result will be awaited with
P. S.?Tho Dofondants as a rule
pleaded guilty to simple Assault and
Battery, and were lined 900.00. It was
a case of the "mountains in labor."
Col. Jas. IT. tyasb, now of Atlanta,
but to I.aureus native, is in tho city,
visiting his brother Mr. John Na-.h,
and other friends, He was Secretary
of the ConfederateScmitiGj and the wri
ter, an old friend, would be glad if ho
would write his rominisconscs of that
historic body. It would hoof value to
have his recollections Of Orr, Stevens.
Chostnut, Y ancoy, Hill, Cobb und ot her
groat Southerners of that eventful
Col. Nash is oi tbo large and well
known family on the Wostern border
of Sullivan township, In this county.
Near Gray < ourt, on the evening of
Iho 12t.ll inst.. Ebb 1'arks, colore d, was
sh; t and killed, as reported, in an al
tcrcation, by Mr. Dorroh Podon. Thorp
were no eye witnesses. It seems, how
ever, that young Mr, Peden was pass
ing in the neighborhood, and called
by the negro, and an altercation ensu
ing, the negro was in the act of ad
vancing on Podon with a ditching
shovel and was shot, 'lying from the
injury in a short while. Mr. Ieden
surrendered promptly to tho sheriff,
was allowed and gave ball In tbo sum
Of $1,000, und discharged from custody,
I tea lb of E. B. Ferguson.
Edward B. Ferguson, a son of Audi
tor W. Lowndes Ferguson, after a long
Illness, died of consumption, in this
oily, On Monday night last. He was
about twenty-oight years old and un
married. He had attended one or
more courses at the medical colleges,
bis studies being Interrupted bv tho
foil disease of which he dlod. llisrc
mains were convoyed to Clinton where
they were laid to rosl at!l30 yesterday
afternoon, lie was a most exemplary
young man, respected and beloved
wherever known. His parents and
family have the sympathy of our whole
Col, Wlini'loil's Letter.
Head this letter it is vory Interest
ing. A farmer mounted h's small
kid, (when tho grass was pressing and
the rains came awkwardly) SOnding him
to the mill somo three miles away, on
old Dobbin. It was the lad's liest out
ing and when he returnod, ho remark*
od goograplcally: "if the world is is
big every way as the mill road, she is
n wbopp' l'." Col. Wharton's trip o
the Golden Gnto at San Francisco and
the country ho so graphically describes
gives a fair idea ol the vastnoss of Un
do Samuel's domain. And still we
.Mrs. .f. P. Gray Dies in Texas.
Mrs. Luln Gray, wife of Mr. James
P. Gray (Bed al San Antonio, Texas, on
the 15th ins'., after a long illness The
news of her death was received here,
where sho has many relative, with
the deepest regret. Mrs. Cray was
Mi^-s Lula Shol), a sUtorof Mrs. w. J.
CSthOartOf Columbia, Dev. J. M. Shell
and half sister to the Into lion. <L VV.
Shell. In her early youth she married
Mr. J. I'. Cray, for many years a promi
nent citizen of Cray Court. About
three years ago, however, Mr.and Mrs.
Cray removed from LSUTOnS to Texas.
1'he body w.ih brought by tho bereaved
husband and children to this city for
burial and was tenderly laid to rest on
Tuesday o4f tor noon in t.ho^ presence of
AND BRIEF NOT KS Ol HECK NT
Miss Eva Gary, of Nowborry Is tho
guest ol Mrs. J. A. Rurksdulo, Jr.
Tho Cotton Mill Stur? i.- running an
interesting vot'ng eoutost.
Mr. L. w. Bimkins won! to Green*
vlllo on legal business Monday.
Mrs. 11, a . Coo|x r bus boon quite sick
at tbo home of her father at I'rlnceton.
Mrs..). 13, Iludgons is visiting her
son Mr. .lohn n. Iludgons of this city
Rev. a. N. IJrunson, of Yorkvllle,
wus in the city a few days ago,
Miss .Mary Long is visillug her
brother Mr. Alex Long.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Wright, of
Branchvlllo, are visiting relatives horo.
Mr. Asbury Dukes, ol Hranchvlllo,
is visiting at Mr. W. X. Wright's.
Mrs. O. B. Mayer, of Newborry, Is
visiting at Mr. W. \V. Jones'.
Miss Dorcas Cahnos, who has baoa
Uttonding Winthrop College, is at home
Misses Eloise Zimmerman and Annie
I'at illo Simpson. of Glenn Springs, are
visiting Miss Mary Simpson.
Col. Whnrton is home from his tili?
to the land of the Set Ii n ir Sun. ami is
dolightcd to be hack.
lion. J. P. Hudson, a distinguished
iwyer and ox-Judgo, was In the city
pi ifcssionallj on Friday
Miss Sadie Sullivan went to Green
ville las? week to visit her aunt Mrs,
Mis< Josephine Mieter left on Thurs
day to spend the Summer in Donver,
Mr. Ploreo C. Pucker, of Columbia,
Is in the city, visiting his aunt. Mrs.
Alice Bramlett, on Chareb Street.
I 'rof. .loseph Holmes, State t ieologist,
of North Carolina, visited his mother
and otthor relatives this week.
Messrs < >. H. Simmons and W, H.
Sloan, of I.aureus attended Erskino's
Miss Mattie Goddard, of Ml. Galla
gher, attended the commencement ex
orcises at Erskino.
Mrs. Prank Copolaml came up from
Clinton last week to vis't Mrs. W. L.
Miss Elizabeth Todd went to Colum
bia for commencement at the South
Prof. Lynch, of Alabama, was the
guest of Hon. F. P. McGowan last
Mr. James Vorner, a talented young
attorney of Columbia, was in the city
on business Thursday last.
Many friends of Mr. Newton Ida'. "I
Dials, an octogenarian, wore [(lad to
see. him able to visit the city last week
Mr. Butler Smith, a prominent gen
tleman of Cross Hill, was In tlej city on
Mr. Wm. Koon, of Uross Hill, called
on the AnvKKTISKK in a friendly way
on Thursday la.:.
H. li. Iludgons & Sons, who do a big
lumber business, are building a largo
I umher warehouse.
Misj Lucy Helle Sloan, a charming
Laurens girl, received her diploma
from the Duo Wos! Female Col pge last
Friends of WolTord will !>? (flad to
know that Prcstdont James li. Carl! do
consents to serve that crreat Institution
as President for another year,
Teachers intending to attend the
County Summer School note Mrs.
Swltzors card. They will llnd lcr
place convenient and most comfortable
Miss Hath Crisp, of Mountville, a
pretty and charming girl, won the
beautiful hat from Mrs. Adam's store,
in tiie County News voting contort.
Mr. Adolphus C. She'd and Miss
Mary Shell accompanied tho remains
of their s:stor, Mis. J. P. Gray, to this
city from San Antonio. Texas.
We understand that Mr W. .1. Sloan,
who recently underwent an operation in
the hospital at Sumter for appendici
tis, is Improving.
The exodus to the Summer School
and to the State Teachers Convention
at Spartanburg has been going on for a
day or so. A number of Laurens teach
ers will attend.
Mr. C. S. Fuller will have a branch
of his well appointed livery stable at
Glonn Springs this Summer. Mr. .lohn
Eichelberger leaves to-day for Glenn's
to have charge of the business.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wlghtman
Jones have issued cards to the mar
riage of their daughter. Miss Lutio
Caroline Jones and Dr. \V. H. Wash
ington at noon on the 2flth instant.
Mr. H. F. Hoper, of Texarkana, Tex
as, formerly a member of the Lauren
bar, is visiting relatives in this county.
Mr. Hoper is practicing his profession
with great success in his new home.
The Alumni Association h iv.i desig
nated young Mr. .1. A. Stoddard to
canvass this summer in the interest
of the S. C. College, of which ho is a
Mr. Hetlbon Hall, who has been high
ly successful in the West |s on a ? isit
to relatives in this county, He. lives
at Meeker, Colorado, in the big game
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. F. Jones, ol
Ithlfala, Alabama, are visiting Mr. and
Mrs, J. N. Wright. Mr. Jones is one
of the most successful teachers In, the
Nowborry will build another cotton
mill at once, and' have the charter and
tho money, (200,000. We Insert this
news for the provorblal I.aureus
Miss MotaSullivan has returned from
Spartanburg. After the close of Con
verse College she was the guest of
friends in the city and received many
The opening bdl at Harris L'thia
Springs comes off on the evening of
tho 20th instant. It will be the most
delightful of the many charming dail
ies that have been given at that de
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Strauss, of
Yorkvllle, are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. TuckOT*. Mr. anil Mrs.
Strauss were both in their youth resi
dents of Lauren*, and are cordially
welcomed back by many old friends.
A delightful event of this week will
be a reception given by Miss Emmie
Meug on Saturday afternoon to Mb*
LutlcC. Jones, who becomes next Wed
nesday one of the season's most charm
Mr. J. W. Jones, Jr., formerly of
Laurens but now agont for the c ft w 0
Railroad atGroonvlllo, will bo marriod
to-day to Miss Joanio Cldlos, of Ninety
Hix. Mr. Jones is a son of Mr. J, W,
Jones, of this oily, and has numbers of
to slop in here und
orl the soi l of Soap
you like tor your
bath. One cake i<>
cents : Three for 25
CCllIs-?all this week.
The Laurons Drug Co.
103 West Main St.
(loot! doli vorod,
Mr. Andrew .1. Stringer, of ?olton,
Anderson county, died at Iiis home on
tho Oth hist., after n short illness. Ho
was a gallant votersti, a inombor of Co.
"D" Hist Hilles) Hampton Legion,
was wounded at first, Mauassas, and
sheathed Iii- -word at Appomattox ????s
1st Lieut of hi- company.
Morvt yii.i.Y. dots.
Rain, rain, y. ass, grn - in abundance.
Miss Li/./.ie Hunch, of Spartanburg,
is vi.-itlng her a nit, Mrs. A. iL Puller.
Prof. Worls. senior member ol the
Worts-lluy Institute at Memphis,
Tenth, Is the gUOSl ul his parents here.
Misios lllaueho Otilbertson and Nell
Fuller are visiting relatives 11 Laurons;
the former at Dr. Clllbot'Uon's, the lat
ter a; \V. P. Sullivan's, 0,
I lion's Shoes lit the foot. plea-o the
ovo and suit the ptli'so.
J, K. Mini. :- Uro.
Bank of S|iartaubtirg.
The stockholder* ol Hu- Bank of
Spartanburg met yesterday and elected
ibe following board oi directors Dr.
Georgo It. Denn, Dr. II. R Hla.lv, Dr.
.1. T. Culvert, Dr. \V. J. Chapman, Mr.
s. \ . Hrockman, Mr. j, It.Snoddy, Mr.
\V. S. Cray ami Mr. 0. I.. Johnston.
Immediu'oh after the elections of the
directors Mr. J allies T. Harris was
elected President in' tho hank, and T,
.1. Iloyd, Casbeir, The institution
starts out with a capital stock ol $100,
000, and will he read, lor business
A- will be seen llu- list of director.4.
ami olllccrs ineludn sonic oi the most
substantial husiiu-ss men of the county
and it is sale to saj that this new bank
will soon become lino of Sparlauburg's
most iniluential and representative
linancinl houses. Spartnnhurjj Herald.
W. Gainhrell returned Tuesday
I I'OUi Darlington where be attended the
funeral of his brother-in-law, A. 0.
Mcl'all, who died in Charleston on Sat
urday and was buried in Darlington on
Monday. Mr. M.i'a'i was manager of
the Charleston Oil Co , and the loss to
that company on account of bis death
is a great one. He wnsoiie of tin: liest
known cotton nil mill men in \\\. \
state.?Greenwood i ndex,
Pure ami Wholesome.
Broad is the ehiof food used to
sustain life,thoreforohave it good.
The uso of "Ullfton" or "Suuw
flake" and "Spotless" made at
Bransford Mills, Owenshoro, Ky.,
will Insure IhU, aa either is nbs< -
lutely pure and wholosome, Insist
on your grocer sending you one ol
those brands. Sold by M, II. Fow
ler and T. N. BarksiLile.
A bargain OnO 70 saw, Kaglc Cin
One Boss Pl'OSs; One Doloaoh Crist
Mill, good as new. only '.'O bales cotton
have been ginned on the gin, with
shafting and bolting, Will eoII on
easy terms. .1. T. Harris,
i larris Spring, S. ('.
~ 7ib~T l~CK
The Hoard ol' Trustoi'S of the School
District if the town of Laurens hereby
calls a public mooting in the Court
ilouso, at 11 o'clock a m.. on the *_!7tL
day of Juno inst., of all those citizens
who return roslor personal property in
said District for the purpose of levying
a tux on ail such real and personal prop
er! v to maintain the City Schools dur
ing tho scholastic year of 1001-1002, and
oleeting two Trustees.
Hy ordoroftho Hoard of Trustees.
('. D. BaUKSDACK,
Juno, 11, 01-21. Soo'y of Hoard.
Money to Loan
on improvod farms at 7 per
cent. Longtime?easy payments.
No commission. Small cost.
0. d. BARKSDALIO,
i taurens, s. c.
TO Tili: PUBLIC?
We have ODO of the largest stocks of
General Merchandise in I aureus und
will soll either for cash or on time as
ohoap as anybody. Also a full lino of
Wagons, buKicios, Harness und i nder
I takor's Supplies. Seo us boforo buying.
Will buy all tho pous you have to soli.
Shoes For Everybody!
Childi en :
I handle Zeigter Bros., Plautt & Mark, and Bay State Brands.
O. B. Simmons.
Great lylid S?rrjrrjer
4 BEGINS ht
at?rday, J?rje 22cl.
During this .Sale we will show on our Bargain Counters sonic of the biggest bargains ever olVcrcd in Clothing, Shoes,
Slippers, Mats and Furnishings.
In Our DIO GOODS and LADIES' READY-MADE DEPARTMENT we will otter some numbers ol Ladies1
Shirt Waists at Dig Reductions. Also, many things in Skirls, Muslins, Etc.
[[ito*" We will loll you more about it next week, look out for our ad. Don't ask for credit but bring Uu CASH and we
will astonish you. Remember tho dale.
Laurens, S. 0.
You Qeb ready to furnish your home
seo its. Will sell you the best and
that means SATISFACTION for
you a itcl for us>
M. & E. H. WILKE
Ice Cream Perfection
Cream frozen in one of our up-to-ccntury V . <i
Ice Cream Freezers, and served in our \v
dainty ICE CREAM SETS. See us at once. ;v_>?. ^
WE PAY THE FREIGHT
on purchases of $10.00 or more.
Five grades in nice sheer white
Bndia Linons at
10, l?i, 15, 20 and 25 ets.
Lawn Edgings, Insertions and Ail-Over to match*
In colored Organdy and Dimity you can lind here the
Quality, Color and Price you desire.
Only a limited quantity of those heavy all-Silk Gloves, the
75 cents quality, at 40cts. while; they last.
V- ^Special Value in Sunshades vi
_W. Ct. Wilson & Co.
" ICE, ICET
The Lau tens Oil and Fertilizer Mill Ice attachment is now
in full operation. The W.'llCi iYom which the ice is made is clear
The delivery wagon moves every day and delivers promptly
to all orders.
Secure oupon Hook at once, as drivers are not allowed
lo deliver ice except for coupons.
J, C. SMITH, tho oldest dealer in Monument - in Lautons county,
still hu* his place of businoSB in Clinton. Dealer in the best
native and imported from Italy and abroad. Th latest designs, work
done in tho most artistic fashion, promptly, and terms r< nsnnablc and
satislactory. He solicits your patronage and thanks sou in advance
Your attention to the fact of ( 'Union's exception tblo railroad facilities,
(Jail and examine Ins yard,
.J. r. SMITH, Clinton, b. 0.
"", KENNEDY BR0S.w?.r
tho Undertaking business at tho old stand. COFFINS, CASKETS
and ROBES, and HEARSE, at tho
e- LOWEST PRICES.?
A oontinuanoe of the gonorou patronage hitherto extended ros
j Rectfully lolieijod. ^KENNEDY BROS., Laureus, S. GA