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Mimic s of City Taxpayers Meetlug.
A ai otlntr o( tlio taxpayers within
lIn- seiend ?Iis1 riet of the City of Lttlt
rons w is hold in the courthouse at 11
o'clock ti. m , on Thursday, the 27th
day of .luii". tool.
Dr. IL K. Alken was called to the
? hair. Hnd c. I). Burksdale olootod >cc
i jtary of tho uiacling.
'I'll.- published notice sotting forth
tho time, pluco und object of tho inool
ii' was road by the Bccrotary.
X. I'.. Dial o'VcrcJ a resolution seck
: to 1 "m! him the act ion of tbo Hoard
if I'rustOOS in electing a Superintend
ent and tonehors bo fore holding this
in ? ting, und !o declare it as the BCIISC
01 the mooting that future elootions of
Sipe inleudenl and teachers ghould
no' bo hah ?inti! after tho taxpayers
Mr. Tal boi l wanted to lay the resolu
tio ; on the table1
It being suggested that the mover of
.1- olut'.on should in heorJ, tho mo
t'.on b lay on tbo table was withdrawn.
Mr. Dial was heard in support of the
Mr. C. 0. I 'mil herstone and Col. .1
VV. Fcrgason were heard in reply.
Thi (|iiestion of tho adoption of the
resolution being put. the resolution
was de f on ted by a voto of ill to 15.
A reselutli n was offered '"that ii Is
Liu ense of this meeting that hero
iif i. r ull el< ctiens of Sup< rlntendont or
touchers of tho Graded school, except
to liii vacancies, bo not held until after
iho public mooting required by the
charter of said seho d." After consld
i ra hm ih<- resolution wua adopted, ii
having b en shown that the Hoard of
Trustees lui'j considered this matter
mhI thomi!.! it proper that the tax
pa;.- r?' in-.eting should he hold before
Sup rintemklit and teachers are
i - cl d : bul that tho Hoard can never,
under tho law, call the eltl/.ons or tax
payers' meeting without a written re
qm -i from at least twenty properly
holders, and that for tho past several
yeurs the Hoard has been loft to the
ii ccsslty of having this written re
riuvst presented, because of the falluio
i : any individual property-holder to
iu< . tyin the matter, and hence, these
in i lings have been almost invariably
held i'i .lure, the law being that they
shall Lo held at any tlmo previous to
the HOth d-.,\ of Juno : but at the same
tlmo tho Board has regarded it impor
tant toihct the Superintendent and
teacher-, earlier than .lime, as a ru'e, in
order to mnke a proper select ion, be
rnusc the schools of the State goner
ally eh ct earlier than June.
The hoard of Trustees-, through Its
Secretary and Treasurer, makes a
showing of the IInances of the Schools
Total of Special Tax, after de
ducting small sums lie
Loss Interest on *10,000 School
Apportionment from general
school,I 'ols. Dispensary,
.. to., about. $2,042,00
Amount lo ci'Cd t of School
Di.-trict, about. 1,388.20
Amount roe lived on warrants
U?su< d by Board of Trus
tees from County Treas
urer, from time to time
during tho Scholastic
s ear. 1000*1001.* I,.'M l U0
italar.ee from previous year,.. 0.80
* i,::<:.:> .80
Amount paid by Board of
Trustees to salaries of
Sup't tind Teachers, Jan
lh irs wages and other ir.
cidental expenses, re
pairs and apparatus. ... $1,330.30
Balance, Juno 27th, 1901.f ] l.:;o
The Hoard collected no Incidental
fi e-, ami w ith the fund at its command
was enabled to run the schools only
about olghl and one-half months.
Moved and seconded that two and
one-half m?h on the dollar bo levied
upon the taxable property within tho
Scho ii District to maintain the schools
during; tho next scholastic year, and
Mint it, be recommended lo the County
Auditor that he levy only what may be
noei sary to pay the interest on tho
bond-, not In excess of , of a mill?
Moved and seconded that the mom
b i ol tho legislature be requested to
amend the law so as to authorize the
Hoard of Trustees to charge an Inci
dental f e ?adopted.
Moved and setonded that two Trus
tees be elected to succeed Mr. Cl',
Foal herstone and Dr. VV, C. 1 rby, whoso
torms are expiring, and that both be
Olectod at tl o same time adopted.
Mr. Koatherstono and Dr. Irhy were
nominated, Dr, Irby doollnos.
Messrs. J. I'. Tolbort, C. II. Itopcr
and T. I>. Lake were nominated.
Election taken by ballot,
.fie,- count of ballot it was declared
l >iat Messrs. C. C. Kent herstone and C.
II. Itopor were elected Trustees to
serve six year;.
The meeting then adjourned.
Don't mi-- the big Kmbroidery .-,alc
next Monday, July ?th, at
(). r>. Simmons,
A Tei rlblc Explosion
"Of a gasoline stove burned a lady
hero frightfully" writes N. B. Palmer,
of Klrkmnn, la. The bc^ doctors
couldn't heal the running sorothat fol
lowed, but Blicklon's Arnica Salv e m
tlrolj cured her." Infallible for Cuts,
Corns, Sores, lioils. Bruises, Skin Dis
eases und Piles. -?"? cents at Ltiurens
The Annual Be union,
The Annual Ue-uni in of Company B
1-1 th S. C. V . and Company B 3rd S. C.
Battalion, will bo held at Owing.-, Sta
tion on Thursday, August the 1st, 1901,
with basket dinner. Prominent spea
kers, and all old vote runs are cordially
invited to he present, and all ot hers are
cordially invited to COino and bring
.1. I). Mock,
for < 'ommittec.
[Everything in Millinery ut greatly
roducell prices. See us before you buy
and save money.
Huy your K & G Corset from
DUVlS, Koper & Co.
Ladies, i handle Kelglcr Bros.1 slip
pors, Others aro cheaper, but none
arc belter . O H. Simmon-.
Ladies and Gent's Umbrellas at all
Davis, Koper .\ Co.
Wo have our Mantle . TUCB and
Grates sol up as they would look lna
hou&0. Cail in and see (hem.
H. M. ?v B If, Wllkes,
See oar pricoson Summer Goods,
Davis, Bopor ?v- < >o.
Try a bottle of Cederlno polish on
your furniture and you will 00 pleased
with it. Only 25conta per bottle.
* S. M. A K. If. Witkes
Dlrin'l Marry for Money.
The Boston man, who lately married
a slpkly rich young woman, is happy
now, for ho got Dr. King's New Life
Pills, which restored nor to perfect
hoiith. Infallible for Jaundice, Lit 1 -
lOUSnOSS, Malaria, Fever and Aguo and
all Liver ami Stomaoh troubles, Gontio
but effective? Only Uf> cent* at Lnu
rons Drug Co.
The heirs of Hobert A. Anderson,
who was In Toxas in 1888, and who liv
ed In Hani-ens District, South Carolina,
In 1868, will learn something to tholr
udvantago t>y Writing to
llKNitv U. Mavkh, Attorney,
. (J id vent on, Texas,
A Beautiful Home Wedding ami
Social Breul of Importance
A beautiful homo wedding took place
on last Wednesday In Lsurens, the par
ties bolng Miss UiUtle Caroline .lone
ami Dr. William l laws Washington who
were married at high neon at the home
of the brido's parents Mr. ii'id Mrs.
William Wightman Jones.
The parlor where the ccromony took
ploeo was beautifully decorated' with
ferns and masses of cut llowors.
The fnetuis <.r the conti acting parties
wero prcacnt in largo numbers. Mi^s
lOll/abeth Todd in ndcrcd the woddlng
march, and played softly Schubort's
Seron do during Ibe ceremony, which
was performed by ItOV. Hubert Adam
of (bo Prosbytorian ohuroh. The
bridesmaids were Miss Louise Fleming
of Greenwood, wear lug an exquisite
(Town of white point d'esprlt, end Miss
t?rumio Meng, of Lumens, in a beauti
ful costume of pale green orgundlo.
Tin groomsiuon wero Josse K, Vanco,
of Charleston, Dr. W.D. Ferguson, K
Fleming .lone.- ami A. c. Todd.
Tho bride was tiie perfection of youth
ami loveliness in a gown of Paris inous
seltne ami lace applique, with tulle veil
and bride roses After the ceremony
followed the wedding breakfast, an el
Ogatlt collation boautifully served, and
aftor the br oak fast, the'departure of
tho bridal party for tho station whore
Dr. and Mrs. Washington took the
North bound tru'n for a visit to Virgi
nia and p..int- in the Ka.-l.
1 ho bride's going-away gown was a
handsome COSt'imo of gray silk poplin.
Dr. Washington :-" a member of the
distinguished Virginia family of that
name, ai.d lias bcou prominent in so
cial mm busiuosscircles and made man,,
strong friends flncocoming to Lanren's
three years ago.
The bride POSSOSSOS l.Mth beauty and
unusual graces of character and has
many friends all over tho state.
The bridul present? wore many ami
Among the gttosts from out of town
were Mr. and Mrs. Ii. F. Fleming, of
Greenwood, Me. Cresswoll Fleming, of
Camden, Dr. 10. t!. Doylo, of Soueoa,
Dr. and Mko. I!. Mayor,of Newberry,
Miss Louise Kiilian. of Greenville.
A meeting of tnx-payor citizens was
held in tho court bouse at 11 o'clock
Thursday la-', to elect two Trustoes of
tho Graded Schools, and to vote upon
the question of a tax to support the
A resolution was passed that ' it is
tho sense of litis mooting that horcaf
ti r a Superint ndent and teachers of
the Graded Schools shall not he elected
until aiter the meeting under the char
tor to ehooso trustoes" and vote upon
the question of a tax.
Secretary and Treasurer, C. D.
Ilarksdnlo, of the Hoard of Trustees,
made a report for that body. It ap
peared that the schools are kept open
for about .line months of the year.
it was resolved that the delegation
of this county in the general essembly
lake steps to amend the charter mi as
to authorize tho collection of an inci
dental fee of a dollar for each pupil in
aid of the general fund.
The two vacant trtlStCOShlps were
IIHod by the <:l ellon Ol Messrs C. C.
Foathcrstonc and C. II Roper, Dr. W.
!'. Irby declined re election.
A tax of t svo and a half mill? lor gene
ral school purposes was voted, and the
Auditor authorized to levy upon the
school district whatever is necessary
and not inoro than will raiso seven hun
dred dollar?, tho interest on the ten
thousand dollar bonded debt created in
the establishment of the school dis
A L'ood Show lug.
As the following lo'.tor will show,
few companies can make a b tier show
ing linn tie- Norwich Union, which is
represented in this city by .1 O. C.
Fie ining vx Co.;
New ?York, June 'JO, 11K>1.
To t >ar A j- i ts ?
It may interest you to bear from us
in regard to our Jacksonville, Florida,
losses. This,disastrous conilagratlon
took place on bo afternoon of Mav 3d.
\Vo immediately dispatched our Gen
eral Adjustc Mr. W illis I). Robb, to
that city as an assistant our Special
Agent. Mr, Gu; Carpenter, of Atlanta.
These gentlemen returned to their
homes on June 3d, and in that lime
had adjusted 215 lo.-se^ amounting to
$281,150.(10, all of which have been
We feel, therefore, no criticism can
be made of i ho amount involved nor of
tin; character ol risk- written, but that
congratulation should be felt by all our
Agents that the Society is thus able
promptly to come to the relief of its
The old Norwich Union still contin
ues, as it has for tho last hundred
years, to promptly pay all proper
claims. Very truly yours,
.1 MOXTUOMKItY IIA UK,
.1. 11, Burger, Itojldont ,\gont,
II P.. Anthony,
Supts. of Agencies.
Kurators are busy trying to xci the
grass out of thcr crop.-.
The chalngnrg has boon workingthe
roads around lira 'or the pas', week.
Mrs. Minnie Woodruff and children,
of Florida, and Miss Ola Devlin, of Duo
West, have beon visiting their sitter,
Mrs. Ida MoCUnlock
.Master .lohn Lindsay, who has been
sick witli fever for some time, we are
glad to say, is Improving.
Mrs. Mary McDijl has boon called to
Columbia to see her daughter, Miss
Kn/.a, who is very low with typhoid
.Misses Linda Hunter, Flora and Ma.
m'.e Dry-on are at; indlng ti.o Summer
School at Sparlanbtu g
Mis-, Bella Cralg Is spending the
sm inier in Lynn, Mas-.
Mr. Iii linn tor and Mr. Slmmly
.leans are Loth at home: tho former
from Conver .' Business College, the
latter from A UgUStn.
Mis. Mary Wallace ha-gone to North
Carolina to see her brother, who is
dai gorou-1y ill.
[iov. L II. Griur, f'f Yorkvillo who
hasaccoptod a coll lo Ora A. K. i\
Church, expects to b -gin preaching (he
third Sabbath in July.
Miss lOupheinin Thompson attended
tho Orphanage Cominoncomonl a*,
Clinton, and en joyed it, as she has m ,t\y
friend - tbprc,
Ora rojolces over the, prospect of a
settled phstor. A good brother in writ
ing from thoru under date of June 24,
say*, "Our now pastor, IL IL Crier,
will take up the work hero early in
July, our congregation is delighted
with the idea of having a pastor so
soon. Our people will give Uro Crier
and family a warm welcome and I hope |
we w 11 also give him that support
which a pastor so much needs." As
Eoeiated Reformed Prosbyterlan.
MjBST' Coon I'.ii .. , and Harness for
-ale - cheap for ca-h. See same at once
at w. 0 Brnmiott's shop.
Three-quarter Jc raey row and young
call for sale. Address undersigned at
Buy the boSt kid gloves for ladies',
the t>est 11.00 gloves on the market.
Davis, 1 toper it Co,
Gents' low-cut shoes: Y0U will havo
cash left after purchasing a pair.
O IL Mmnions.
It will pay you, as it has others, to
buy a Hack's Stove as they make work
lightor for your wifo. Call In und eoe
AM) BRIEF NOT KS OF KECKST
Sale-day -it was a "bust.'"
Miss Willou Uoyd wax the guest ut
friends In Clinton last week.
Miss May Singloton, of Anton, is I ho
guest of Miss Maine Ferguson.
Cant, j, R, Minier lias returned from
a visit of a week to Sodal a.
Rov. W. R. Minler. of Rutherford*
ton, is in the city on a visit.
Miss Thyru Sohuinport, of Newberry,
is the guest of Miss Laura Irby
.Miss Nettle Haync, of Fort Motto, is
visitin;: Viss Perrhi Farrow.
Dr. and Mrs. U.S. LllcSS, of Harb
villo, are visiting Mr. W . K. Lucas.
Mr. W. A. Koss has gone lo Colon
for a visit.
Captain and Mrs. J. It. Nolan have
returned from Glenn Springs.
Obsorveadvertisement ol HenryC.
Mayer. Attorney, Galvoston, Tex.
Miss Mary McGhec, ol Greonwood,
has been the guest of Mrs. W. H.Gib
korson for several days.
Mrs. Alon/o Groer and little daugh
ter, Alllnc, Is visiting Mrs l>. I*. Gog
Mr. J. YV. .Jones. Jr., and bride visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Jonos and other
relatives in tho olty last week.
Tho Gypsy ICocnmpnn'nl at the Opera
House last evening was a groat suc
Mr. W. N. Wright's family have
left for an extended trip through the
North Carolina mountains.
Missos Marian and Ruth livuns, ol
Spartanburg, are visiting their grand
parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Burksdalo.
Miss Col ton, a charming young lady
of Onion, is the guest oi Miss Fd I zu
Mr. Parker, the Superintendent of
the cotton mill, h is rented Mr. Alex
Long's eottage for the summer.
We noted in the city, on Saturday,
farmors Alex J. Smith, Jamos Wham
and Willis 1 lellams.
President N. B. Dial, of the lOntor
prlso Hank, visited Columbia during
Mrs. Anna Fuller and her graceful
daughter, Miss Llowcllyn, of Columbus,
Ca., arc visiting Cashier C. W. Tune,
M i s. Fuller's brother.
Since Monday war revenue taxes are
oil'on oheoks, notes, mortgages, convey
ances, telegraph mossages, Insurance,
Mrs. T. l>. Darlington will give a
whist party at her oharming home on
Irby Hill this afternoon, in honor of
M'ssThyra Scbumpert, of Newberry.
Stockholders in the Lauren* Cotton
Mills and the Enterprise Dank, two
successful financial institution-, rejoice
this week over semi-annual dividend-.
I.aureus County Sunday School Con
vention Program, and which Is to con
vene at Gray courtJuly :-,i to August I,
will appear next week.
Mr. A. c. Holmes left for Scwanee,
Tennessee, on Wednesday to ncc< pt the
position of commandant" ol tho Gram
mar School there.
The Laurons Cotton Mil boys tackled
Clinton Cotton Mill team at Clinton
Saturday last. Score lO to 7 In favor
ol Clinton. We guess Lauren- plavcd
The canonized State ilowor, wo mean
of course, the royal cotton blossom, is
ten days behind time. Ordinarily ii
is due the 20th of June?and it has
been on hand by the 18th.
Mai. R. N. Cunningham, of Water
loo, was in the city on Thursday last,
lie is a Saluda farmer and has had a i
hard time battling against tho Itoods, '
but Is fighting still for a corn crop. |
Col. T. H. Crews is at Glonn Springs ,
for the meeting of the Press Associu- i
lion. He is accompanied by hi- beau
tiful and charming grand-daughter, '
Miss Nellie Holt. '
Col. Neal, late Superintendent State
Penitentiary, was convloted at Colum
bia, last week, for falling to turn over 1
Stale funds In thirty days, after going |
out of cilice. Sentence *1 nut) and Co
lumbia jail four months. Appoal takon,
Mr. and Mrs, W. R. Richey were <
called to Anderson on last Wednesday
to attend the funeral of Mr. Richey's r
brother, Mr. Clarence Uiehey, Who was
kicked to death by a horso ut h>s home
in Lexington, Kentucky.
Monday morning a fully developed
cotton blossom from Mr. J. C.'food's
farm, four miles west of city.
?'Yale of Tempo."
state Press Associatioi. convened at
Glenp Springs yesterday in annual
session. A tine set of lads, a sprink
ling of sparkling lassies, the Simpson's,
royal hosts, glorious waters! What
more could happy mortal- ask r
All business houses will bo closed ,
to-morrow in kindness to the boys and
respect to the day. Got your rn.ions
to-day. Hoys don't celebrate too
brashly and be careful of all lire ami
~Go to This.
The Lad es' Aid Society of the Chest
nut Ridge Church will have ;f Barbe
cue at the Tabby Martin soring, noar
t ue church, on Friday, July 10, 1001 .
The publlo are cordially invited to at
Invitations are out' for tho opening
German at this leading health and
fashionable resort, Wednesday even
ing. July !ld. The Helles and Ueu">;
will dance in the Immortal Ith, Tin:
AiAT.KTisim acknowledges an invita
John C. Cook, Esq.
This well-known citizen of Cross
Hill died suddenly on Saturday last,
aged about sixty-eight years. He was
reared In this county, was well con
nected, enjoyed a liberal education
and had flllofl important t rusts and had
the friendship and kindest regard of I
all who knew him. Iiin was a most
gentle and kindly nature. His remains
were laid to rest at the Baptist Cem
etery Sunday afternoon. A family of
grown-up children, a sister and broth
ers haye the sympathy of the com?
Men's Low etil Shoes for light wear
J. K. Mi liter oV Bro.
P, K. and linen crash tkirts 1.50 gel
ing at #1.00. O. B, Simmon ,
Special pr oes on Lndies and Olli]
dren's slippers, $1.36 values at 08 ots.
Dollar values at 88 cents.
Cool and Restful Solid Oak Rocker
No. 22, with double cane scat and back.
Will givo you rest and comfort those
hot days. Only ?1.00.
MUMtobac S. M- & E. H. Wilkes.
to slop in here and
gc! the sort of Soap
you like for your
bath. One cake i<>
cents : Tin cc for 25
cents?all this week.
The Laurons Drug Co.
103 West Main Si.
'Phone 78 Goods dolivcred.
Pure ami \\ liolesomo.
Broad is the chief food used to
sustain life,therefore have i< good
The uso of "Clifton" or "SnOW
lako" and "Spotless mule :it
Bransford Mills, Owensboro, Ky.,
will insure tins, as either is abso
lutely pure and wholesome. Insist
in your grocer sending you one ol
[hose brands. Bold by M. II. Fow
ler and T. N. liar kail ale.
An ? xceodlngly pretty di play 01 tli?'
latest thing In neckwear at ''-popular
?J. 10. Minter .\ Uro.
If the sun shines 011 your porch try
mi of our Bamboo Porch Blinds, 11
will more tlian pay for itself. On'\
s. M. ? K. II. Wiikcs.
CSreat assortment of Madras Neglige |
Shirts II cents.
.1. K. Minter iv Uro.
Money to Loan
on improved farms at 7 per
cent. Long time?easy payments.
No commission. Small cost.
C. I). BAUKSDALK,
Laurons, s. G.
to WiTTu iilic.
Wo hnvo one of the largest stocks of
Goncral Morebantllso in l.aureus ami
will soil either for otiah or on timo as
Dhcap as anybody. Also a full line of
Wagons, Buggies, flarnoss and Under
taker's Supplier. See us before buying.
Will buy all the peas you have to soli. I
li. Pi M 11.am .V. Co,
Hooks or Subscription*
Statu or South Carolina, j
fJOUNTV OP LAUftKNS. j
Pursuant to a commission issued to
tho undersigned as corporators by M.
It. Conner. Hooretary 01 state, on tho
21st day of .1 une.
NOTICW Is hereby given that books of
subscription to tho capital stock of (he
Bank of Cross llili will bo oponod at
J. W. Simmon store, In the city of
Cross Hilt, State and County alorenaid,
on Juno 27th, at Hi a. m.
The s.iid propnsoO corporation will I
havo n capital stock ol $25,000, divided |
Into 500 shares of the p ir value of *~>0
each, With its principal place of busi
ness at Cross Hill, and will bo eu
poworod to ongago In the businosso?
t lonoral Banking business.
J. U. Miller.
K. w. Pinson,
,1. C. Hutchinson,
J. I). Wheeler,
J, W. Simmons,
W. a Uasor,
K. H. Kttdor, Jr ,
A. A. Madden,
?Ino, M.i Simmons,
WaNTBD ? Voll to order your whis
key for ''personal use" from Cooper
Farming Distillery Co., Hrovard, N,
C. Corn whiskey from $1.0/5 to $2.00
iior gallon; vessel Inollldod Kyo from
2.15 to$8,15. Poach brandy $2.66, Ap
ple $2.15 per gallon.
A. V. COOPBBi
Offered in Laurens!
, July 8th,
1 will put on
8i\lo all my
Laces and Embroideries^
ONLY. Monday. July 15th, I will put on sale all Summer PERU ALBS at Half Prico, to clos-- out. 1 have a largo lino of those goods
worth b\ \'> and Uj cents. Figure one-hall' prico on those, and boo what you can buy thorn at?ono day only, Monday, -'uly loth.
Monday. July 22d, I will put on sale, at half price to oleau up, my entire lino of RIBBONS. Also, *il HATS in tho Millinery department
will goat -am prico. Don't miss these
Salles on July 8th, 15>th and Q
as you will not have an opportunity at such low prices again. Remember the dates.
O. B. Shumons.
Great Mid Siitqioqet
A Big Lim Children's Slippers at 50 cents, worth -Si.00 to $1.50.
A Uig Line ol Ladies Slippers at 75 cents, worth $1.00 to $2.00.
A Big Line of Boys' Knee Pants at 15 cents, worth 25 cents.
A big Lot ol Figured Organdies worth 25 cents now \z J cents,
/jf?if i)(?n t ask i"i credit but bring the CA1I and we will astonish you,
Laurent), 8. C.
exists in stores. Here our assortment is unlimited, styles
the newest, prices the lowest, Every department Tilled
to overflowing with Summer's choicest ollcring.
Yo?'ll be Deiigoted
with our Goods and pleased with our prices.
Bamboo Porch Blinds
ft 1.10 each.
$(&~ ? '??? '? 1 to bny your
supply <<. Mason.-; Km II Jars.
We can save you money on
Everything for the Parlor,
Everything for the Kitcher.
Water Coolers from
We are Headquarters for
lief rlg'era tors, Water Coolers,
leo Cream Five/, srs and Fly
Five grades in nice sheer white
Bntlia l^inous at
10, A?i. 15, 20 ami 5?5 cts.
Lawn Edgings, Insertions and All-Over to match.
In colored Organdy and Dimity you can llnd here the
Quality, Color and Price you desire.
Only a limited quantity of those heavy all-Silk Gloves, the
75 cents quality, ut lOcts. while they last.
Special Value til Sunshades at
W. G. Wilson & Co.
The Laurens Oil and fertilizer Mill lee 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
lo all orders.
157" Secure oupon Hook at once, as drivers are notVUo wed
to deliver ice except for coupons. \
Oil ai?d Fertiliser qjp.
J, C. SMITH, tho oldest dcalor In Monuments in Lautons county,
still has Iiis place of bnsinoss in Clinton. Dealer in tho best
mil &\ivib\&j '-?r
native and imported from Italy and abroad. The latosl designs, work
.lone in the most artistic fashion, promptly, and terms reasonable and
satisfactory. He solicits your patronage and thanks you in advance,
Your attention to the fact of Clinton's exceptionable railroad facilities,
Call and examine his yard.
J. C. SMITH, Clinton, S. C.
the Undertaking huBiness at tho old stand. COFFINS, CASKETS
and ROBES, and HEARSE, at tho
> LOWEST PRICES_^
A continuanoo of tho goncrou patronage hithorto extended ns
Roctfully solicited. KENNEDY BROS.,Laureng, S. 0