Newspaper Page Text
k. of l*, at rJuoroo.
Fnorco Lodgo No. 110, Knights of
pythhis, was Instituted at Buoroa la?t
nlgbl by Orand Master at Arms Ii. K
Anderson of this oily. The new loJgo
start-, wiih twenty-four inoinbcr* ami
has ;i bright oaroer before it. 'the
knights wh?> went from this elty came
bach this morning.
The following olllcors compose the
Grund bodge of Emergency, which In
stituted the now lodge: L K. Ander?
? n, duputy grand cbancollor, assisted
by J. Ii. Carl! le, Spartanburg; El. K.
Alken, I.aureus, acting grand vice
chancel or; 1$. K. Ilolcomb, WoodrulT,
acting grand prelate: VV. K. Maddux.
Spnrtanburg, acting grand mastor ol
work; J. J. ("entry, Spnrtanburg, act
ing grand master at arms, J. B. brooks,
Laurous, acting grand koopor of re
cord aud seal-: J.F.Tolbort, Laurons,
act i eg grand master of exchequer: J.
\v. Ciav. WoodrulT, tctiug Inside
guard; W, a. Mason, acting outside
The new lodge has tho following olli
eoi'3 who were duly installed: Pa-',
chancellors, A. R. I'ike. J. H. Allen:
chancellor commander, \V. N. Porch er:
vice chancellor, J. VV. Allan: proluto,
W. It. /.imerman; master of exchec
tuter, IL II. Wobb; keeper of rocords
and SOUis, M. l'\ C. LlgOn; inside guard
John HnrlV: outside guard, W. B. Tol
A delightful collation was served l>y
the Indies of Fuorec, assisted by cltf
/en?. These and other attentions were
highly appreciated by the visiting
knights. Thero were at the institu
tion 32 visiting knights from Lauronp,
Columbia and Clinton; If) from Wood
rulT and if from Spartanburg. -Spar
The Laurens Knights are enthusiastic
over the royal hospitality of Knoroo
and report the occasion glorious.
I'v. rything in Lawns, Organdios and
Dimities mil?l go. Tiic prices will
Mir- Lcsslo fuller, a charming young
lady of Cross 11il I,is in the city the gUOSt
of her brother,Mr. fuller. ?Abbeville
I 're - und Banner.
Just for a Flyer Your choice of any
Still bat In tho House for '."Met-, for one
hour only. Friday from Id o'clock to II
o'clock a. in All the leading brands
of stitl hats are included in the sale.
Remember the salesman is not allowed
to tell you which hat to buy. You
must make ?.our own selection.
Da\ Is, Roper A: Co's.
Great i'Dcls. sale.
The friends of Dr. Jarnos 11. Downey
are grieved to learn of the death of his
infant daughter, which occurred at
GnlTney yesterday?Raoolot cor. state.
Dr. Downey's many friends .u this
county wiii also sympathise with him in
Tbo greatest bargains of the soasou
In Ladies" ami Children's Slippers. W(
are going to turn them into money.
Mr. lames A. Madden and daughter,
MiS3 Daisy, visited relatives at High
Point last Sunday.
Mr. Joo It, Jerry, who has been at
tending school at Cedar Springs for
t he de:1, f, du tub and blind, has ret u rued
to the home of his grandfather, Mr.
Joseph Jerry, where lie will spend his
The friends oi Miss Dora Madden
will regret to learn of her continued
illness at her home at High Point.
krfr A . H. Jerry has gone to Saluda,
N. C, for his health. We hope be will
be greatly benelitted.
Tho farmers aro quits busy, but not
us busy as they have been, as \v< are
jotting a little dry weather occasion
Corn is looking well, but cotton i:
Davis. Roper .v Co's. big store I
was thronged and crowded with do
lighted and happy OUStomors from S.30
Saturday morning until 12 o'clock at
night. This great crowd of buyers is
.in evidence that they sell as they ad
vertise if anybody was so unfortu
nate ai not to have been ubie to attond
the -ale on Saturday, remember that
!he sale continue- throughout this
.veok, and the same line of big values
will bo offered each day. Just think of
[t?$1") suits for $0.00. Can you afford
to miss tiii.. opportunity'.-'
Those thct enjoyed the glorious fth,
were tho pooplo that bougnt their ice
Cream Fl'OOZOrs, Water Coolers and
unmade Sets of
S. M. ec E. II. Wilkcs.
Voting Contest nt Palmotto
sixth Week's Vote at Palmetto Drug 1
Co., for $20 00 Chair given to most pop-1
ular young lady:
Miss Ne'.lie Holt,. 1,111
? Mary Camp,. 1,606
? N?il!io Miller. 2d
" Boula Sii;T,. ?
V .\?*r?i Simtn, _.-. 240
'?" Amy "Nolan, .r.... i'.?2
" Pearl Sullivan, _ '-'I
'* Lint Jones, . 33
" Laura Irby,. 20
? Fan MeAdon,. 8
" Jane Starno3x....... HO
Ursula Ohlldress,.. 32
'? Mary Posoy,. 1
?' Dorcas CalrnOS. "
'? Mattio Kern,_
'? Lpis F.stis,.
? ? Willie Jones,.. ..
< ? ? Toecoa Caino, ..
" Me n Sullivan, .... ' -V
" l.i/a t 'nine,. -
" 11 attic Sullivan, . . 1
" I -vI N ance,. 2
Fruit season is hero now! Are you
prepared for it with fruit jars and jelly
tumblersV II not. aim straight for
US we have lot- of them.
?. m. iSi K. II. W likes.
big cut in prices on men's low-cut
shoos, p .tent loathor and viel kid, the
prupcr foot wear.
J. F.. Mieter .v Bro.
Special nrlcos on ovorything in Mil
linery. Come while the "pickin's"
Have -.oil goon our line of $3,48
Smith's Mo<jUCtle Rugs. You should
visit mir store and soo them.
S. m. ,\i K If. WilkOS,
FOB UK NT.
A two-room collage near the I'urnl
tore Factory. Terms, $2.S0por month.
Acply at this OUu.e.
Sol a ( heap Flour.
There is no refuse from the glu?
cone factories in "Olifton" Hour
mado ul Bransford Mills, Owonp
Iniro, Ky.'It ha pur? winter whoal
Hour, und cannot bo sold at Ihn
eliotip pme of adulloratod sluflT.
you Wall! it e'neap Hour, buy
"Snowllako" or '?Spotless" They
nro Ju i nt pure, (hough not so
while us "Clifton Ask M. II. Fow
lor or 'j'. n. Barksdale for them.
Don't forgot locomo to us w hen you
are r< ady ??> buy your Pr?ll Jars ami
Rubber*. Wo can *ave. you money,
s m. I-':, ii. wiikps.
Ladies: Ladies) Don't miss the
*r*at values in Diy Goods OlTcrod by
Davis, Roper & Co. in their groat tWcts.
T?0 Sessions Court.
Tiic e<?'??11 s torni for July opened at
10 a in. hi Monday inorni?f/, Judge
At tili- torin ol ti.<. court tl <? circuit
Judgos arc all ou their homo bases, and
this happens oncj In two years.
Ills Honor charged the Grund .Jury
briefly, the body having been previous
ly instructed as to their goncrul duties.
Soli?; im- Hou.,. had on his desk a ^ real
batch oi cast -. it tin state's wltnessos
were largely remiss in answering and
bo.ich warrant- were issued. TltOJ
wen- mostly uogroep, and as they word
brought in or reached the seat ol Jus
lieu win-let oil without serious results.
The case of Dave Scott, colored, tried
for the killing of a negro at the last
term of Conn und a mistrial entered,
is li \e,l for to-morrow.
The ease of Martin Ml lam. white,
for killing of Whit Gary, colored, is
sot dow n for to-day.
Thomas Arnold, black, and a poor
specimen of humanity, pleaded guilt)'
to burglary and larceny, hut H is Honor
submitted tho caso to a jury who re
turned a verdict with rceommondatlon
to mercy, lie got Ii\ ^ years on the
chain gang, the minimum limit, in def
erence to Iiis inccki.es-.
Will Kulan, colored, violating the
Dispensary, in soiling the ardent to
the thirsty, denied the fact and relied
upon good character as a shield against
the accusation. Hut the twelve
thought otherwise and he got as med
leino for tho physic he supplied, $100
or :5 montiip.
Sam (Menu, colored, pleaded guilty
ami had for the courts equivalent, one
year and $5.00 *
Hall Grant and Will Grant, who had
?shaken the dust ol Lauren- from off
their feet; though under band, were
tried in their absence and convicted of
aggravated assault upon a colored In
dividual, who they accused of stealing
.ludr cotton, nnd a sealed sentence
The following eas. s arc fixed for to
day: State against Clifton Abercrom
ble, colored, murder: Hie Stale against
Albeit Dates, murder, Thursday: the
State against Goorgu Goode, col., mur
der, also lor Thursday.
The State vs. Have Scott has been
COIlt ill tied.
It will be recalled that Mr. Hughes,
a school teacher, was lined before a
Magistrate for chastising a female pu
pil. This comes mi on appeal and at
tracts intorost. The school teacher
brought a cross indictment for assault
bill the Grand Jury ignored the bill.
A true hill in an unusul case is pending
for Forcible Entry nnd Detainer, where
there was U disputed title and one party
ousted by force Hie tenants of the other
Hubert Turner way cetivioted of as
sault and battery on yesterday, The
Judge put H $75 mi or thirty davs.
At this willing Wade li. Godfrey is
on trial tor killing a negro, to which u
mistrial was ordered at the last term.
Tho Grand Jury have bad a big job.
Tho on tiro week will be consumed in
tho trial of sessions cases, but some
times th< bottom of a court drops out
Our county commissioners have fail
ed to supply tho court room, with elec
tric fans, an up-to-date-necosslty, but
Clerk Holt has met the contingency
with palmetto fans.
Judge Town-end ha.- presided with
great COurtOS.V to all, as well as ability.
The grand and petit jurorshave worked
early ami kit : and intelligently, ami
tho same words of commendation arc
due Solicitor Soaso and the other Oili
er- of the Com l.
lion. Josoph T. Johnson appointed
to be in Lauren- this week with a Cov
ornmont otllclal to establish Ruea
free Delivery UoiltOS, is dotalUOl
at homo on account of serious sick
ncss in his family. He will later
look after the matter,
Our Next I air.
We must have on? this year ' Court
convened hist Monday, and this with
other at traction., operated to defeat
the meeting called for July la. Tin
olllcars of the Association don't want I
to give up, and horoby re<|UOs'. all per
sons in', rested to moot Monday, July
22d at 11 o'clock a. nr. in the Court
Hons,- Two or three men can't get
up a successful Fair, and we would add
our request to that of the Society's of
I.? rs, that you come out next Monday
and hol?? ny your presence
At Davis, Itoper \ to.
This week you will see all your friend
in and out of town. A brlgndo of ex
tra clerks arc busy waiting on the
crowd. Evorytbing Is going at reduc
ed prices, D.'ossos and trimmings,
handkerchiefs, skirts, ho^o, rondy mane
under wear ami dresses- everything
that appeals t *'.o most dressy man or
woman and at nbsurdly low* figures.
Go there and you'll bo sure to save
money on your purchase.
The (.'iris Arc A nihil ion-.
on the 12th i.. .t.i.:t fifteen young la
dies took t'n.: competitive examination
for tho Winthrop scholarship, while
only thrc boys stood for both the
South Carolina and Charleston College
scholarships, Tho giro- were all
bright and pretty, ami ail deserve suc
superintendent of Education Brook-,
Mr. II E. I'.ahh and Mr. W. M. Bryson
I woro the examining board. The Win
throp papors were submitted to
the president, ol the institution, Mr. D.
B. Job- on. The result has not been
I announeid as yet.
if you want styli h Millinery at your
own price, 800 ivhnt your money will
buy here* The Hub,
Don't forget the big Clearance Sale
Monday, duly 22nd, on Itibbons, Flats,
Baby Caps. I'rlcOS just half on that
day. Sec add.
o. li. .Simmons,
Bickens Issves a ??Bell."
The Excolslor Base Hall Toanh <>?'
Bickens v. iii noon Issue a "defl," chal
lenging any loam in Oconoo, Groon*
viilc, Laurcns or spartanburg Counties
to meet them on tho diamond at any
certain point foi a game, or a series of
gam. .-. Greenville Nows 1-1 th,
All right. Laurons will no doubt ac
cept the challongo nnd make things
Interesting for I 'Tokens.
Wo arc proud to say that we have
the prettlost lino of Matting that has
ever been ia South Carolina, You
should see our lino
S. M. 10. II. Wilkos.
if you want somothlng especially In
teresting about Crimson Olovor, send
for tho loallct just issued by T. W,
Wood .v Son-. Itlchmond, V& It
gives with other Interesting Informa
tion, letters from successful growors of
i rimeoii Clover, giving best mothods
of preparation and soodlng?boat uses
and value -owing In coin or COtlOJ) at
the last working - great Value as a soil
Improvor?also about tho use ior pas
turage, grei n food or buy. The loaf
|0l and eat as gllCS issued by T. W.
?..,,!: Sons arc doing splendid work
in tno practical Information given as
to the best crops to grow and UiP host
ways to grow them .
Stone, KclbyA Co., Tailors, of Lou
isville Ky , will bo represented at our
Etoro Prfday at d Saturday by their
upocial ageni, w'm. will guarantee to
please you In every resj-oct. i-our
o.der is BOlioltod, and will be appre
ciated by I. E. Mint.. ? Hro.
It will pay you, as it h?s others, to
buy a RlJCk's ?'.OVO as they make work
lightor foryoui ?ylfp. Call in and see
S. M. fi E. H. Wilkcs.
A special lot ladies slippers worth
$1#0 to tl.fJO on tho counter at .?0 ctS
this week. j# Ei Mfa|flri4 Uw
AM) BllIEF NOTES 01 ItECENT
Miss Lolzo Hol mos, of Gainesville,
(la., is visiting at Lie v. VV. S. Holmes'.
Mrs. Albert Anderson, of Augusta,
spent Sunday with Mrs.T. K Simpson.
Mr. It, Fleming Jones spent Sunduy
at Paris Mountain. *
Misses Con nie and Willie Jones have
gone to Paris Mountain.
Dr. John K. Smith, of Mt.Gallagher,
was a visitor to the city Monday.
Mrs. Clara Albright, ol Clinton, is
visiting her son, Dr. George Albright.
Mr. G. M. Clark has returned from
Mr. .lohn II, Hunter, ol Goldvillo,
was in the city Monday.
Miss Myrtle Yeargin has roturnod
from a visit to Leesvfile.
Mr. Kvans Smith, ol Union, is In tho
city visiting relatives.
Mr. Alex Long spent Sunday in Ash
Miss Louise it loll oy is visiting rela
tives in (; rcouvlllo.
Mrs. If, VV. Anderson left OH Mon
day for Spurt anburg.
Attorney [Iydrlek, of S|>arlanburg,
was in the city on Monday.
Mrs. Mary Chapman und children
left for Florida a fow days ago.
Miss Leila Wilkes returned a fow
days ago from Charlotte, N. 0.
Miss Lonn I'osoy, of Union, is visit
ing at I >r. J, 1Posey's.
M iss Claudia Crews is visiting friends
The Summer School opens next week,
the22d Inst., with Mr. J. B. Watkins
Mrs.T. V. Jones and Misses Lutio
and Laura Wright arc visiting Mrs. S.
.). Simpson in Spartanburg.
Mr. Del 'ass, of t lamden, represent ing
the South Carolina College, Is in the
city, the guest of Mr. A.C.' 'odd.
Correspondents will please semi in
their letters, especially those who have
sent none at all of late.
Mr. J. B. Watkins, we understand,
has accepted the position of Superin
tend! it of tim llonoa Path sebo d,
Mrs. N. r?. Davenport and Mrs. P. II.
Watts . of'Cross Hill, were in the city
The State Summer School closes this
week, and the teachers will begin to
arrive at home.
Dr. and Mrs. \v. II. Washington
have returned from their wedding trip
and are at Mr. W. W. Jones',
Mrs. Claude Fuller and -on leave
this week to spend the remainder of
the summer at Chum Springs.
Mr. Edward Hart, of Florida, we.
tie1, guest of relatives in the city and
county lust week.
Misses Kthel Rico, of Denmark, and
Octavla Hill, of Sumtcr, arc visiting
Miss Nellie Bolt.
Mr. George Rallo, assistant oashh r
at the Enterprise Rank, has relumed
after spending a few days in Koanoke.
Mr. Sanford Knight, a prominent
planter of Broworton, was In town
Mr. C. C. Little, the editor ol 0UI
height contemporary, tho Clinton
chronicle, was in tho city Monday.
Misses heat rice and Maud White ok,
of Union, are visiting at Mr. John
Mr. Alberl W. Audorsou, Superin
tendent of the C. & W. c. was in tin
Simmons'la having a big sale ih's
week, When you are in town for court
week take a peep at ids great bargains.
Ii. F. Martin, Esq., attorney of An
derson, spent Sunday and Monday in
Mr. E. P. Mino r has bought a lot <.n
South Harper street, and will oroct a
handsome residence at once.
Misses Laura and LH tt by returned
Saturday from a visit to Clinton. They
were accompanied homo i>\ Miss
Tho many friends of Mrs. Josopli T.
Johnson, wile of Congressman Johnson,
will regret to learn of her iljncsi at her
homo in Spartanburg,
Mr. I', lh Wilkes, who is connected
with the Southern Express Company,
has been transferred from Charlotte
Mr. R. H. Halle, a successful young
business man of Philadelphia, is visit
ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. <;.
Dalle. Mrs. Kalle accompanies him.
Mr. V . II. Vance, of Columbia, ii? vis
iting relatives near Clinton. Ills Lau
rens friends will he glad to know that
ho is rapidly recuperating from his re
cent severe illness.
Miss fjil Vance, of Columbia, is the
guest of Miss Mary Boyd. Sim will
spend several weeks in tho city, and
visit Miss A/ile Wilson ami other
friends before leaving.
The Laurena nine took tho starch
out :.f tho Clinton hoys on Thursday
afternoon, defeating (hem by tv,,.?
points. The score stood 10 to H?f n
innings. Both teams played good ball
and Clinton has scored so well of late
that she can alTord a set back.
The eleventh International Conven
tion of the iL V. P. r. of Amoricn wl I
bs held In Chicago, July 2oth. A spe
cial car will take tho South Carolina
delegation. Mr. John B. White, Trans
portation Loader, 35 Broad St., Char
leston, S. C , is arranging the trip.
Mrs. J. J. Wilson has rentod hi r
beautiful home on frby Hill and will
spend tho winter at Clomson, Colum
bia and other places She and Ikrat
tractive daughter, Miss A/.lle, will bo
much missed by their large circle of
Three miles North of tho city, on
Monday, colored children were hand
ling a If2-oalibro pistol, which was acci
dentally discharged, wounding -
Pasloy, eight years old, Dr. J. T.
Poolo SSW the boy and regard- him se -
Mrs. Cr ess well Oarlinglon, Miss An
nie H. Garllngton, Mies Elizabeth
Todd and M?? Martha Cannon wer? at
Clcm .on last week for the weddings of
Col. R. W. Simpson's daughters, Misses
Todd ami Cannon being bridesmaids.
Miss Elizabeth Conway Simpson and
Major Samuel M. Martin were married
on the Htli,and M Iss Jean StobO Simpson
and Major VV. W. Klugh on the 10th,
instant. The weddinga were brilliant
I never have seen such a sale and
such big values, sgy many customers
who attended the monster ftOotS. sale at
Davis, Koper Go.
You are attending court this week,
make our store headquarters.
J, L. Hinter & Bro,
She Sillilos DU more -Tis not ttwit she
Dj gloom hus hoon distracted
Hut that nor pearly white front tooth
The Demist lias extracted.
To eitvo the tOCtll ami Keep them
clean uso ll good brush (2o cents) ami
our Tooth I'OWllor dry, also in paste
and liquid form. Makes the hreath
sweet and keeps the mouth healthy. A
good stock of other Toilet requisites
The Laurens Drug Co.
103 West Main St.
'Phono 76 Qoods dolivored. ?
( l.lM ON LOCALS.
Notwithstanding the intense heat we
en joy life to its lullest extent.
Last wock Mis-.Mary Railey gave n
lawn party to her friends, and Mrs. II.
!?'. I'arroli gave an "at Homo" in honor
her sister, Miss Annie GtdggS, of
Columbus. Qa.| who Is visiting her; the '
juveniles had lawn parties, birthdays,
"taokoy panic?," a-> well as the famous
"donkoy party which never fail-, to
amuse old folks, a-, well usehlldron, 1
Miss Kennedy, of Lancaster, is vis
iting Rev. Mr. Plaxlco's family.
l'rof. Krlcrson. of Arkansas, Is here
for the summer. His friends bad
hopod thai he would eventually come
hack to Clinton and make it his home,
hut a-> he has purchased a house in Ar
kanfas. wo will have to glvo him up.
The baseball playors are cnjoylhg his
stay, as well as other friend-.
The many friends of Mrr. A. Jones
woro delighted to see her out riding
last week, and hope she will soon be
Invitations have been received
announcing tho mtrrlngc
Miss Annie Wright to Dr. Homer 1.00
Todd, the ceromony t> occur at tho
home of the bride's parents in Clinton
Thursday evening at u o'clock.
Miss Wright is a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ii K, Wright, of Clinton.
She is an attractive and accomplished
young lady and has many admirer-.
Dr. Todd is a prominent young dentist
Of Clinton, lie was formerly ol Simp
son vlllo and is woll known hi Greon?
vido. Greenville News loth.
Miss Wright and Dr. Todd have also
many friends in 1.aureus, who will ex
tend good wishes ami congratulation: .
Dcalui'ss ( annul he Cured
ily local applications as they cannot
roach the disoasod portion of the oar
There is only I 110 Way to cure doa'
iess, ami that is by constitutional rome
lies. Deafness is caused by i\n In
lamed conditon of the inncouu lining of
tho l'las lach Ian Tube. Wlien this tubo
is Inllamod you have a rumbling sound
of Ininorfecl hearing, and when it i.'
entirely closed, Donfnoss is tho result,
and unless the inlhnnmat ion can bo
l iken out and this tube restored to its
normal condition, hearing will bo <h
stroyod foreverj nine cases out of ten
aro caused by Catarrh, which is noth
ing but an fnlinmctl condition of the
Wo Will givo line Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by ca
tarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hairs
Catarrh Cure. Sond for circulars Ins .
r. .1. 0I1KNKY it CO.,
Ij thing ever seen in
Davis, I toper ? Co.
bonk on the Jacksonville Piro*
"Acres of Ashes," the story of the
Jacksonville lire, by Judge Benjamin
Harrison, of the editorial stall of tho
Florida Tlmos-Unien and Cltizon, is
DOW ready for delivery. The intro
ductory chapter by OX-Govornor Klein
lag. 't is a complete, accurate and
graphic description of the greatest
conflagration in the history or the
world since the famous Chicago lire of
1871. 11 pictures .-cenos ami incident
lhat are heart-rending. If is elaho
r.itely Illustrated in half-tone engrav
ings. Hook of 200 pages for only 2?)
cents. Sent prepaid anywhere in the
United statos. six copies for $1,00.
Send your own order or get up a club
at once. First edition limited. Ad
I'UnLlSHKRSj Ai.it KS OP A SURS,
? ... ~. ?.% _
ver Offered in Laurens!
July 22, 1
Laces and Embroide ries
ONLY. MOND YY, July 22d, 1 will put on sale all Summer PERCALES at Halt' Price, tu close out. I have a largo lino of those goods
worth >, 10 and i:-,;, c< uts Figure ouo-half prioo on these, and see what yoti can buy thorn at?one day only, Monday, July 22d.
Monday, .luly :':'?!. I will put on sale, at hall' price to oleau up, my ontire lino of RIBBONS. Also, all HATS in th" Millinery department
will goat same prico. Doirt miss this
Sale on July 22<l,
as you will 11? >t have an opportunity at such low prices again. Remember tho dates.
O. B. Simmons.
ot the salisliccl customers
who trade at this store: li
not you are doing a grout
af?cl yottf Parse.
I localise you can't duplicate the excellent values we oiler you.
Your Purse Next
Because our prices are Lower.
fr'ive ?ra.<kfcs in nice sheer white
Isodia Linons at
10, IsSi, 15, 20 and 25 cts.
Lawn i.'1, : js, [i portions and All-Over to match.
In colored Organdy and Dimity you can lind here the
(^tialily, Color and Price \i?u desire.
Only a limited quantity of those heavy all-Silk Gloves, the
75 cents quality, at lOets. while they Inst?
?..Special Value in Sunshades at ...c^
_ W. G. Wilson & Co.
ICE, I GET
Tin- Laurens Oil 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
lo all orders.
J ' Secure v otipon Book at once, as drivers are not allowed
to deliver ice except for coupons.
Oil at?d Fertiliser Co.
Glenn Springs Hotel,
UlGlill Spring, S. C.
QUEEN OF SOUTHERN SUMMER RESORTS*
There is btil one Glenn ?Springs and it has no equal on
the continent for the Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, Bowels and Blood.
Hole! Open from June 1st to October 1st.
Cuisine and Service Excellent. It is up-to-date and Everybody
Goes There, For board apply to
Simpson & Simpscn.
&iff~ Water for sale by Lam ens Drug Co., Palmetto Drug
Co., Laurens Cotton Mill Store.
the Undertaking buainosfl afc the old stand. COFFINS, CASKETS
and ROBES, nnd HEARSE, at the
> LOWEST PRICES.?^
A continuance of tho gonorou patronage hitherto oxtondou 119
noliciied. Rectfully KENNEDY BROS.,Laureus* S. C
J. C. SMITH, tin- oldest dealer in Moinum uts in Laurons count)-,
still has his place of business in Clinton, Do tl< r in Iho best
native and imported from Italy and abroad. Tho latost dosigns, work
dono in tho most artistic fashion, promptly, and tornn 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. t'MITH. Clinton, S. 0.
ATTENTION! Vi rKNTION'I!
Teachers autl Scholars of Laurens
Wishing to save you money, as well
as to supply you with the latest hooks,
we have put in stock Johnson's Head
ers, I.ee's Histories, Ginu's Arithme
tics and Kroy's Geographies. Glad to
have you call.
Palmetto Drug Co.
Dr. Rust's cotton root and
i iriidn i
always reliable and I safe. Lad he I
I always ask for Dr. I Rust's Cot
ton Root and Pen- nyroyal Fo?
I male Pills. Thoy never lall and nover
Injure, Mailed to any address on
receipt of 4*1.00 by the
BEN-DELLA 1'iia KM ac v.
I'orsons having business with the
Supervisor will Und him or his Clerk
in tho Ollieo Mondays and Fridays of
J, S. DltUMMONI),
Supervisor L. C.
Mar. 2li, 1901.
Bl'AUKI.fNO EVBS ANI> OltlOlll PACKS
Are tho Fruits of Sound Nerves.
iii viiiiw i flu Circa I Kr?nt h Nervo
tliniilFU Tunic nnd Vitalizor
('mes Nervous Bxhaustion, llysh rla, l>i/.
7.1 noss, Headache, Backache nnd Pcmalc
Weakuoss so common nlloniling tho
S Passing through Ihe Irvinj?
change from tilrlhood to "Wo
manhood will llnd in it i wonderful relief
and bonoilt. It ?piicts and Sinnedhens
the Nerves, Cleanses the blood, (31 oars tlio
Drain und Tones up tho vvholo System.
Makes n Woman Look Young and Pool
Young, Prico ?oefs., 12 boxes $'u Sent by
mail to any address. Sold by
1.aureus, ?. C
J)r. Uolfo E. Hughes,
fVOMcoin Dial Block over Pal
metto Drug Store.
Specially prepared for Examin
ing and Treating diseases of Byo,
Ear, Throat and Noso.
TO THE PUHMC.
We have, one of the largest stocks ol
Cencrai Merchandise in Laurens and
will sell either for cash or on time as
cheap as an)body. Alsoa full line of
Wagons, buggies, Harness and (Jndor*
taker's Supplies. See us hoforo buying.
Will buy all tho poas you have to sell.
K. P. Mir.am &GOi
The Entering Wedge
To your consideration is gen
erally t ho cost. t i?<>11^i 1 >st .should
always bo rolativoto valuo to boa
fair tost. Tho lumhor \v< soil may
not always ho tho ohoapost in prico,
but it's always ohoapost in tho
lone/ run, hocauso wo givo tho host
valuo. Thoroughly kiin?driod,pro?
porly sawod and planed, you'll
find it "matches" woll, and will
bo a lifo'long lourco of satisfac
R. H. H udpens & Son.
Kasilv, ?nickly. Permanently
nllVUirU (p?r| m. cat Kri nt'li
Tonic nn<i S'italizer is M>Iil Wiib writlon
lunruuloo to cur? Nervous Debility, Lost
vitality, Kalling Memory, Di/zlncs?,
Hysteria, Hlops all Drains <?u lliu Nervous
ByHlem I'aused uy Itud Haidts or Kxces
slvo l -><? ni roUacco, < Uiiuin, Li< plots, <>r
''Diving lb? Pu<? hat Kill i." It wards oil
iiiMainly,('oi)Mimpllo'. and Death. It clears
ilif lllood ami braiUi lluilds up UioKliat
Iiik ' Nerves, Ifc'xtonH tho h'iro of Yottlhi
iuid brings lite IMnk (dev. to Pilo I 'hooks,
and Mnkca S'ou Ynini:; and Sti nig again.
Prico 60clf. 12 boxes$ft. h'ornah i?v
MiN-Dlif.LA PHARM. OY.
I.aurons, s. c,
Money to Loan
on improved farms at V por
cent. Long time?easy paymonts,
No commission. Small eost.
0. I). DAKKSDAI.i:,
Laurons, s. (J.