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The Mate Institute.
Munyofour farmers will bo lutes
to the holding el the Institute
i eil on. Kroiu u Olemson letter to
w . und Courier we glcau : On
\ ? i-i !?' Ii the Stnt j Institute will be
filial the College. Tho railroads havo
,11 ei ueeil rates, und board ami
? ? \. i i'osi only 50 conts a day.
ear there wcro about throe hun
dred of the leading farmers of Lite State
v i tin advantage of this opportuultv,
ll:i ud cationt are that there will
10 a Innrer uumbor here this ".ear.
,sill he : irnidied to those who
|in for cam plug out.
Mr. Carter Newman, the hortloul
t, say* thatsomo of his IInest va
rieties of p aches will be ripe during
ii Unite, Purinors will find tho
. on improving and enjoyable.
\ 'nioii Church, Co. <', Jamos'
nil illlon ;>?; 1 Co c. s. c. y.t WU| hold
annual reunion oil the 10th of
,\ list AH veterans are invited
v., be addresses and a pleasant
da: 'ho ladies will serve an elegant
STOCK HOLDERS' MK KT I NIL
The Aiir. ia! Meeting of the siock
oi 1 lie I 'eopl .-'s Loan and Ex
Mack, of Lnurcns, S. C., is
l.orobj ti'-d to po held at tho oHIco
? 1 'i;'. lb U a: II O'clock, a. m., Au
.1 W. Toni?,
The Annual Ite-iiiiion,
11 Annual lb-union of Company E
? i- S, (I, \ , and Company K 3rd S. C.
Battalion, will be held ntOwlngs 81a
Th irsday, August the 1st . 1001,
.villi ius!< I dinner. Prominent spea
aud i I old veterans are cordially
l-o present, and all oi hers
I'dially itivited to come and bring
w< 11 lied l.askots.
.1. I). Mock.
no in r..
..at ovi ry man and woman in the
I States interested in the Opium
and VYhiskc-, habits to have one of my
- < i! theso diseases. Address li.
M, Wool ley. Atlanta. ?a . Box 118", ami
one wiil he sent you free.
t Wanted to buy several hundred
i- of home-raised Red Rust Proof
J . If. Sullivan.
I'ry a bottle oi Ccdarilio Polish on
ye ii furniture, it will not hurt it. Only
cents per bottle.
s. M. A- li. 11. Wllkts.
Ni : ligeo Shirts at li) cent*, <>?"> cents
olils am! $1.00 in ail the various
- 01 th" season.
J. E. Atinter A- Bro.
v'l... ion c sale on Refrigerators, Cool
Si. M. -M 10. II. \Vlikes.
, .;: 5|8 cents shoes for men. Big
? ill I ?'. B. Minier ?V Pro.
is time for you to bo thinking
ivlog your wife a handsome
- -'.ovc or liuiige. Every one is
a guuranteo that they cook to
please you or money rofuudo I.
?S M. .x E. II. Wilkes,
i ? farmers have had a time this
intnei i!.at tLey never witnessed DC
fore' In tho outset old farmers pre
tl clod i Ine or a big crop tin-, year,
but wo guess that they know by'this
lhat ail signs fail in dry weather,
a early spring we had too much
rain, and il looked like it never woo d
bill il did, and now it looks like
it will in*vor rain any more.
Sal! ? Chitworihy, who has b< c n
v sit ii her sister, Mr.. Holmes, for
the (it two mtnths, left to-day fur
. to visit another Sister, iillcr
wliii Hie will return to her home at
Hoi i ,i Path, she was accompanied by
Si' ? ? iie I lo mos,
Mrs. J.T. A. Bellow is visiting in
Sil.? Lillian Smith spent iast week
"''?mi:*.; ie with re'atlvos.
'J he f?ood |icople of this v'clnity went
il wi to Milton la-*. Wednesday and
Thursday and hud a delightful time
lislitn i >no lifih made a meal for a
cr of in, and weighed is pound-.
NVo have a few South Carolina Brad
ford melons, Come down and help
. !oy ibom Mr. Editor.
Per un elegant Umbrella?-new arri
?-a - SCO .1. E. Mint- r i\ Bro.
Everytl ing in s .miner Ores; Coeds
going .it cost at
Uak Cottage Pubs complete for 10 c.
S. M. & L . IL Wlikes.
Buy your Millinery at The Hub. The
? - are right and the prices please.
KeCeived bet week a beautiful line
oi imported cake p'ates and salad
ill he Call in and see them.
S. M. .V E. II. Wilkes.
Men'- bells from Hi CClltS up at .1. E.
M I ;:?.?!? ,v Bro.
Pound The cheapost place in town
to buy Ladies ami ChildrOllS Shoes aim
SI ; ? !?-. t one-and see for yourself.
Xol a ( heap I lour.
Thon- is no refuse from the gltt
ooso factories in "Clifton" Hour
1.1 nie at BratlSford Mills, Owen
boro, Ky. It isapure winter wheat
il uir, and cannot bo sold at the
choi i' price of tidultorated stuff,
ii you want a cheap flour, buy
" Snow flake" or ".Spotless" l imy
are just as pure, (hough not so
v.hit ? a i "Clifton1 Ask M. II. Fow?
lor oi T. N. Barksdale for them.
Notice to Land Owners.
v*Ol.' are hereby ordered to clean
out all -(reams, as the law directs, du
ring the month of August, IDOL
I ;> order oi the Hoard ol County
Coinmissioncis of Laurens County.
i s. DRUM MOND,
SiipervLor I. C.
Attention is called to the following
Seel ion of I lie Act Of lWU :
"Skc. 2. That it shall bo the duty of
nil ami - i.v. noi to oloan out all .-1 reams
Upon and adjacent lo their lands at
least twice in cachyoar, at such par
ticular times as .-aid Hoards may ap
point, irid according to the directions
of said Hoards, and to keep the same
cloar of all obstructions to a free and
uninterrupted (low of sand and water
through the char, ols thereof: Provid
ed, That this Ac! shall r.ot bo eoiisti ti
ed to prevent ihe erection and main
tenance of any dam across any of said
streams for :oiy useful purpose: Pro
vided, further, Thatsaid Hoards shall
have power and authority to ronulre
the owner Of any 8 ich dam lo build
and maintain therein suitable and
Bnlllcloni lloodgatos and waterways to
UfTord free passage thi'OUgh thO same
of the anil und water, .-:> that the
??Team- above may la; prop, rly en am a
Ollt ami tllO lands adjacent thereto
proporly drained for wlr.ch purpose
they may require the owner of any
SUCn dam looped 111.1 lloodgatos or YfL
lor ways therein and keep them open
for such roasonublo tljno as t hey may
deem to I, ? m ( Mary. Any person vio
lating any of the provisions of this
section shall be deemed guilty of main
taining a tiuisnnco, and. upon convic
tion, shall ho fined not more than fifty
dollars, or imprisoned not more than
thirty days; Provided, That tpn days
notice to abate such Qiusanco shall have
A two-room cottage near the PurnL
tujC*o Factory. Terms, $2.50 por month.
A$plv at this QlUco.
I lie Session -i Court.
Tho Court of General Sossions and
Common Picas udiourncd llnully at
noon F-uturday. The Sosslons ende?I
r rluuy evening. It is n matter of con
gratulation Ihut t ii.- jail is noarly clour,
one parly, (u nogro) under a charge e!
murdor, remaining in jail- Coode u
negro, churged with assassinating a
Goorge Juoksou.a nogro.ploadod guil
ty to tho larceny ol live Btoek in two
oases, and was sontoneod to one year
tor ouoli nil . nee. Second term to begin
with tho ending of the lir-t /rids ea-e
wo inadvertently omitted in lust issuo.)
Aliitd Date- colored, convicted of
munslnughtor und recommendod to
mercy, two years with the pang.
Clifford Aberoromblc, colored, for
k.llln ? a colored person, manslaughter,
with a recommendation to mercv, also
got two years on tin- l.aureus highways
und public works,
Mr. Hughes, of Youugs Township,
lined for whipping a pupil, and who
uppvaled, was awurded a now trial.
In s onded the lutorcsting Sessions.
His Honor, heard motions an 1 mat
tors of courso on Saturday morning and
adjourned the term.
tils Honor went from here to New
It was a hard weeks work. Jurors.
Grand and Petit, stood faithfully to
their duties. So'ieltor Soase, Stenn,
ifrunhee OampUePi riia tho other olll
rial- !, ire ..1, h |, ,,. jcn Q( Vn,
day without llineh'.nti >. ?' all desorvo
credit for cleaning the Augean jail.
Dealh ol i( Lovable Lndj.
Died at her home near Lunford, in
this county, on Sunday uioruhig last,
vii.s. Kss'e I?ati ireon, 'wife id Mr. .1.
Kussel I 'utterson. Sho was the onlv
sut'Vivin? child of ilovotod parent-.
Dr. and .Mr-, j, | ? b'owloi*, ami (his
makes her death so doubly sad. Her
remains wore l.,id to res'; at Warrior
Creek Comotcrj <>n (ho following day,
ihr funeral services conducted by He'v.
- Miller, assisted by Uov. M"ae. A.
Pitlmnn. She war. a' most lovablo
Christian lady, und in their uroat af
llletion, bereaved husbaud and parents
have tho sympathy of tho entire com
Our traded School liuilding,
We beg earnestly to call attention of
tho Trustees to tho condition of this
building. There is much to do to in
sure health and comfort. There is
need of white-washing, oalciminiug,
and other very urgei t repairs. lie
sides, additional seats are wanted and
other furniture As the school will
open on the 2d of S ptomber. we beg
to suggest that tho Trustoes at a very
early day inspei l tho premises and as
far as practicable muko the needod re
pairs. In the meanwhile we nro satis
lied they will make tho best use of the
means at their command.
After an oxciting game, Liurons. do
foaled Clinton, livo to three, on Mon
thly after neon. For a long while tho
score stool even, and the Interest was
Intense. Ilagwoll ami Copelnnd were
tho battery for Cllntou, and Auderson
and Touguo for L'uirens. The Croen
wood boys will arrive to-day to play
Lau re os for twodays. Seine Ihn play
ing is (?nUelpntcd.
Metis and Leo Hi-hop are two pioneer
truck farmers in 1.aureus and wo note
with pleasure their success. From
yoar to year they enlarge their acreage
and now largely supply the city with
line vegetables dolignlfully fresh. They
had beautiful melons on the market
Saturday, their delicious cantaloupes
uro r!penliiR and it will only bo ncecs
sary to : these "ontiomon know your
wants, to have the daintiest luxuries,
Dentil ol \ innig (Jcoi go Duvall.
Tho death ?f ll i- young gentleman,
a sim of Mr. John DuVnll, which oe?
cur red .".t his father's hone', near
I lark-dale, o>: Sunday hi-i, :s much to
bo regivtted. Ho was twenty-four
years old. unmarried, and u young man
of lino promise'
The meeting a| ; Dinted by Congress
man Johnson, at Wallace Lodge, for
conferring the Kastern Star Degree,
is postponed on neeouul of sickness in
Mr. Johnson's family.
On a Hood .liiuttl
Mr.. ,T, .!. Plus*, representing the
Cotton I'iatit, id Mi Ktl id I'arrop,
of the L'lurolis Cpuniy News, are off
to Ibillalo willi thai In omparable Co.
the South Carolina I'r ? ? Association.
1**1*0111 Hie stale Teachers School.
Wo had a plonsar.l cull from Mr. J.
A. Madden, an enthusiastic toncbor,
on his return from the State School.
Ho had words of high praise for tho
-eh. ol and the kindnes- ol' the Spv.rnins.
A Farmers' liislinito opens at Fair
view July 2711), a! in a. in. Attend
with a full picnic owl lit,
( K?SS HU I. DOTS.
Miss Sara Decks is visiting relatives
at Laurons and other places.
Misses Boyoo, Miller and I'in son
spent hi-' webk with Miss Sara Austin.
From all reports thoy surely mint have
enjoyed their stay.
Sir. Tuck Maiden and Miss Delle,
spont afowdaysat Dodges lastweok,
Mrs. Dr. Pinson and Mrs. liti/hardt
are iiwav on a visit to Newherry.
Mr. C*. D. Xanee is quite ill at this
?irsklno Cartor, after a long Illness,
\- able to he out again.
Miss 101 In sholton, ol Clinton, Is at
Mis. Alex Austin's on a visit, and also
teaching music. Ml ; Sholton has
made many irlenda In tin; eity.
A Protraoted mooting will begin at
the Haptist church Sunday night.
Thorc will in* Children's Day at tho
Presbyterian cliijrch Saturday before
ihe first Sunday in August. Ali are
cordially invited to come,
Our I 1 ? town is on a boom. The
Oil Ml I l). ng bulb, and our new brick
store almost completed; and tho hank
is the talk of the day.
Mr. (ins Simmons and little sister,
of Laiircns, were in town a few days
Mr and Mrs. Chapman aftor a strug
gle with fever lor several weeks are
.some better to-day.
Miss Lessio Kuller, of Abbeville, is
visiting h r -i-i r. Mrs. Goodman.
Mr. W. II. Hasor, after a few weeks
Btny at Donalda ami other places, came
home last week.
Mr. T. M. I'lnson spent 'luosuay, of
la I week, in OreenWOQll
Mr. J. C. Austin, Miss Alma Hinsoll.
Mrs. J. W. Simmon a'd other- intend
ed nroachlng at Head Springs,Sunday.
MIssAllio Ami, i on pnent ono day
last week with Mi-- Llz/.lo Carter.
Mrs David Muck went lo Columbia
' for hor health last week, hu. died very
suddenly Tuosday afternoon lIorrc?|
mains were brought here Wodnosduy.
Mr. Mason preached the funeral at tho
Pivsby terlun church. Mr. Illuuk and
|!(,tlo children have our -incore syinpa
Henry Ka-or spont a low days in
Lauren I last week.
Frank SI.ions Is visiting relatives
Mrs. Grinin, ol Grconwood, is visit*
log her mother. Mrs. MeSwain
Mr. Hluo VotTs spent Monday In
We are proud to say that we. have
tho prettiest line of Malting that bus
ever been in Smith Carolina. You
should soo our line
M. H. H. Wilkos.
A N I) UK 11! V N O l KS 01 K EC K N 1
Miss Claudia Irby loft on Frlduy for
a visit to friends iii Lynchburg, Va.
Mrs. It. II. Guile. \\ ill return to l'hllu?
Mrs. J, L. Mi Irhv has r, lurnod from
a visit to Saluda, N. ('.
Miss Motu Sullivan is visiting in
Miss Anniu Sklnnor, of Btshopvllle,
bus been visiting the Misses Poland.
Mr. M. H. Fowler ha- returned from
a stay at Glonn Springs.
Mrs. Emma Klohardson is visiting
JudgeTownsond did not preside in a
gown during last woek.
Col. Uoorgu s. MoOravj visited Ids
family In tho city during lust woek.
Mrs Knight, of Grunltvil la \
lug her sister Mrs. Calvin Owings.
Mrs. \V. il. Martin left yesterday for
a \ is;', to Bristol, Tenn
Mr. Henry Holmos, of i'nii>'i spool
Sunday in tho city.
Miss Lucy Darlington, ol Allendalo,
is the guest of Mrs. T. I>. I >arl m'ton.
Mr. Itotibon I'ltts is summering til
I Bonn Spriugs.
Mrs* Gerard Harts/.og, of Green wood,
is visiting Mrs. D. II. Counts.
Mrs, l>. A. Davl' and ILilo d.iUKhlor
and Miss Josophlno ruller uro at Git nu
Mrs. Knie L?ngsten and children, <>i
Clinton, are visiting Mrs. J. Leo Lang
Konicmber tho recital at tho Opera
House Krida?, evening. It will be
President Wilkes, of the I'urniture
Factory, is in the North on ;i business
Dr. L*. B. Connor will be absont from
bis office for a few days from to-day,
visiting in ('reenwood county,
Mrs. Claude Carroll, of Croonwood,
L-pent last week with Mr. and Mrs. W.
Misses Battle and Emma Reynolds,
of Augusta, arrived last week to visit
Mrs. .1. 11. Kiddle.
Miss Jessie Scott, ol Augusta, arriv
ed in the city last woek to visit Ml
Mr. and Mrs. Plorco Calno .vent over
to Anderson to visit relatives la '.
Miss Annie Goldsmith, of Simpson
vllle, was the guest of Mis- Willou
Boj d last week.
Mrs. Crtlger, wile of the former Pre -
sident of South Africa, died at Pr<
r'a, Oom Paul is in Holland.
Mr. It. W. Comptou, now of ' par
tau burg, came down on a visit and was
welcomed by his many frionds on Sat
state Earmers' Alliance moots at
Columbia I -day in convention. An
oll'ort will be made lo give il more
Lev. VY. S. Holme ami family loft
on jostorday for Saluda, N. ''., where
they will occupy the clorgy house dur
ing the Summer.
Miss Annie Gilkorson was the hostess
at a conundrum party on Tuesday
ovoning las', which was u most charm
A crowd of young society people
spont ye-terday picnlcingu! Iloscinont,
the beautiful.' historic homo of the
Our farmer friend, Mr. D, M.San
ders made a good wheat crop?-twenty
two and one-half bushels to the aoroi
This blinks In tho direction of livil .
Our Monthly for July, devoted to tho
interest of Thorn well Orphanage, a
noble charity located at Clinton, this
county, outside of its great mission, L
full <>f interesting reading.
The Hon. Stanyarno Wilson spenl
Friday night In the city, sooing his old
friends and constituent s. Ho bad at
tended a Masonic picnic at Tumbling
Sboah on Friday, where he deliv
ered a Masonic nddl'i ss and reports a
most delightful social occasion.
A nogro named Meredith vva9 shot
by a Mr. Moore on his farm, near
Harksdale. on Saturday ovoning !a-t
It is said that Mr. Moore was forced
to (|re in self dofcoe. The nogro is re
Mr. II. /.. Nahors, of Cross M il, ha,
been elected Principal of the Epworth
Orphanage school at Columbia. Mr
Mabors is a teacher of experience and
ability and a man of high character
and is well lltted for tho duties of his
new posit ion.
An entertainment will bo given at
tho opera house on Friday ovenlng for
tho benefit of the Methodist Church.
Miss Sarllng, of Augusta, who has
been the guest of Miss Nolllo Bolt for
tho past fortnight, has kindly consont
od to recite. Miss Sarllng In charge
of tho department of oxprosslou in the
Columbia Female College and is a mosi
accomplished elocutionist. The pro
gram will also comprise line musical
Superintendent Jones, ol our Graded
School, roturning from attendance at
the State School, Spartauburg, spent
several days in tho city It'St week.
Mlssos Tillman and K?nneny, now)}
olectcd teachers, also stopped o\ r.
An informal mooting of all the leacher?;
was hold, and the prospect of n sui ? o
ful sphool next 808 ion u rogUrdcd pood.
Lot also tho grounds and buildings
be looked after- Cleanliness is next to
Among tho pleasant social events of I ho
woek was Mrs. s. M. Wilkes1 enter*
laiiimeul at six on yci terday uftorno >n
The guests, about, thirty in number,
wore entertained with a "Symposium,"
an amusing progressive gaino, ai ihn
conclusion of which, rofroshmcnls wore
served. Mrs. Wilkes is always a de
lightful hostess, and was especially sn
on yesterday, ronderlng the occasion
mo ' charming to her guests.
Mr-. L. G. Ralle and iulsses Mattle
and Btllah lbille were the host* 5808 III
u dolightrul rcitcpi ion on lust Th?r -: ij
afternoon In honorof Mrs. B IL Balle,
of Philadelphia. The guests tlll'OI il
the parlors from f> to 7 the reception
hour, everyone being glad of an oppor
lunit> of mefitlng'agaiti tho fan gm I
of honor, who by her gracious and
charming manner, has oaptivatod all
who have boi ii ho forlunatp a- to moot
her. in tho dining-room delicious and
dainty re frosh meets were served by
the yoUllg ladles of the POCOlvlnjj
i lie Suminer School.
Professor J. B. Watkinsand Profcs
sor I?. I>. Wallace, ol Woll'ord, opened
the County Summer School on Mon
day, ond will make II Interesting nud
orofjtablfi for tgachors who nttendi
Hliss l.aw, oi Spnrtanburg has oharga
ol the department of drawing. The at
tendance is fair, but not large as yet.
Ladi.es are attending principally.
she smiles no more?'tis not that she
By gloom has bum distracted
Hut that hor pearly white front tooth
The Dentis', has extracted.
To fllVO the teeth Ulld koop them
clo&n use u good brush (2a cents) and
our Tooth Powder dry, ahn in paste
and liquid form. Makes the breath
sweet and keeps tho mouth healthy. A
good stoek of other Tollot ro<niisitoH
The Laurons Drug Co.
L03 West Main St.
'l'houc 7C Goods delivered.
Tilltunu ami Vk hanrin.
Senator THhnan is having a good
time lishing and getting tanned at
Senator McLaurin i- In Washington,
expanding, dlo will bu apt to get tann
ed next year, and then have plenty
time to !_'<> a lishing. From the barn
well I 'cople.
Pare and Wholesome.
Bread is the chief food used to
-u-iain life,thercforo have it good.]
Tho uso of "Clifton" or "Snow-I
Hake" and "Spollosa" made at
Iirun.sford Mills, Ovvenshoro, Ky.,
Will insure lids, a; either is abac
lately pure and wholesome, h.-isi
on your grocer sending von one ol
those brands. Bold by M. II. Fow
ler und T. N. Burksdale.
Tin-Spool and bobbin Manufacturing
Oo. bus I'occivod (Is commissions and
has bcon organized with the following
olllcers: Directors, D. \. P. Jordan, W.
L. Durst. J, I!. Abnoy, J. T. Simmons.
Goo. A. Darksdule, .1. W. Sprolcs and
.1. A. Park-dale. J. W. Sprolos, pros
idont; Deo. A. Dark-dale, vice-presi
dent: and John A. Burksdalo Bocro
tary and treasurer. The location of
t)ho plant has not yet been decided
upon. Tho books of subscription will
be ep nod to day.?Greenwood index.
Hunk on I he Jacksonville l ire.
"Acres of Ashes," Die story of the
fncksonvillo lire, by Judge Benjamin
Harrison, of tho editorial stall of Hie
Florida Timcs-I nlon ami Cltl/on, is
now ready for delivery. Tho intro
ductory chapli r by ox-Govornor Flom
in/, it Is a coinpleto, acouratoand
graphic description 01 the greatest
COnilagrntlOII in Hie history of the
world sinei the famous Chicago tire of
187L. It pictures scenes and incidents
that arc heart-rending. It is olabo
ratoly illustrated In half-tone engrav
ings. Donk of 20O pagOS for only:'.
eint-. Sent prepaid anywhere |n t.ie
United Stalos si: coploi for 'jil.OO.
Send your QWII order ..1 got up a olub
at OIlCO. rirst edition limited. Ad
Pi MUSHKUs, ACUK8 Ot?' As 11 Ks.
The State of South Carolinas
LAFHF.XS CGUN I V.
I :? OotiRT (if PitOKA'J E.
Whereas, It, Y. Simmons has applied
to me to grant him letter- ol Ad
ministration 011 the ICslato of Kllzn
These are Therefore to cite ami ad
monish a'l and uimMilar (he kindred,
and creditors Ol said Kli/,a llellam-.
i!oceil8od, that they be and appeal
hoforo me, in tho Court of Probate, lo
be hold ut l/iurcns G. II, s. C . on Btli
day ol August, 1001, after publication
theo i> , at III 'eli ek .11 the forOUQOU, lO
show cause, if nnj they have, why the
! aid Adminlstrnt on should m?t bo gran
Glvuii under my Hand, this 18th day
of July Anno Domini, 1001.
? (! Thompson, j p l.o.
July 20, 1001 -:!t.
All Oversoors of I toads In Lau renn
County are hereby ordered lo call out
their hands during the mouth ut An
gus) :imi work their I toads, as the law
requires. , It hand- who have not paid
olio dollar lax must ho renn I rod to
labor I days on the public mails of the
J.H. DRUM MOND,
A. BIG SUCCESS.
So says every one that attended
DAVIS, ROPER & COMPANY'S
reat 99 cents Sale.
Wo desire to express our appreciation to the people generally for their
to our irreal ollerin<r of merchandise.
Ivouioinbor 11 in.t we always do us we advertise und t
Values ?v.iii be bought elsewhere.
ways curry "the bust goods Cor as little money txs 111? * *>ainc
U'.ar in mind lluil Shoddy goods cannot give sul sl'acl on il mutters not how choap the PRICE und Hint Out* Motto is truw,
"THE BEST 13 THE CHEAPEST."
We a-su yu.i lo conti nu ? lo \ ;->it our store' us we shall nl wit) i have Special Values to show yon.
Again Thanking von. We tiro your friends*
Laurens, S, 0.
Hou) Wo?id Yo?.
ike to be the Ice Man?
You would undoubtedbly have verj little lo do it' all o
your customers owned one of out KelVigerator? as they
seldom need rc-lillitlfC.
Our Water Coolers
arc also built on the Klondike plan and tire ;t necessity lu
every household, these sultry days
The Uesl There is, is Here.
Five gradi\s in nice slice a* white
ill i aJiioiis at
10, 15, ?0 and 25 cts.
Lawn lodgings, [nserlions and All-Over lo match.
In colored Organdy and Dimity you can iin<! here Ihc
Quality, Color and Price you desire.
Only a limited quantity of those heavy all-Silk Glovt s, lite
75 cents quality, tit lOcls. while they last.
" ' ^Special Value in Sunshades at
W. G. Wilson & Co.
THE OLD t' lif.m 17 Iii M VI ITTW l> l>/\vj will con
the Undertaking basin at tho old stand. COFFINS, OASKKT.-S
and ilOBiCS, and II15AU.?K, at tho
? ^ -LOWEST PRICES. ... ?? ,
A continuation of the gouorou patronage hitherto extended m
Bolioitod. Iteotfully KENNEDY BROS., Laurous, S. <
Glenn Springs Hotel,
Glonn Spring, S. ('.
QUEEN OF SOITHKKX SUMME? ItESOttTS.
There is but one (iienn Spring? and it has no equal on
the continent for the Stomach Uivor, Kidneys, Bowels and Blood.
Motel (tyon 110111 June 1st to October is(.
Cuisino and Service ICxccllent. Ii is up-to-date and ICverybody
Goes There, l/or board apply to
Simpson & Simpson.
f$0t* Water foi sale by Laurens Drug Co., Palmetto Drug
Co., Laurons Cotton Mill Store.
.1.0. SMITH, tho oldest dealer in Monuments in Laurons county,
still has Iiis place of business in Clinton. Dealer in the best
alive ami imported from Italy and abroad. The latest designs, work
no in I ho most artistic fashion, promptly, and terms reasonable and
satisfactory. He solicits your patronage and thanks you in advance.
Vour attention to the fact of ( Hnton's cxcopt'ionublo railroad facilities.
Call and examine iris yard.
J. C. SMITH. Clinton, S. C.
The Lau tens Oil and Fertilizer Mill Ice attachment is now
in lull operation. The water from which the ice is made is clear
The delivery wagon moves every daj and delivers promptly
to all orders.
v , ' Secure Coupon IJook at once, as drivers arc not allowed
lo deliver ice except for coupons.
Oil arfd Fertiliser Co.
Touchers ami Scholars ol" Laurons
(Visums; to save you monoy, as well
a- 10 Supply you with the. latest hook-.
-??>? liuvc put in sioek Johnson's [load
ors, Loo's Histories, Ginu's Arithme
tics and I'Yoy's Geographies. Glad to
have you call.
i'n.motto Dru^ Co.
I>1\ lloll'o K. Hughes,
545" oil ice in Dial Block -ovorl'al
motto Drug store.
Spocially proparod for Kxamin
ing and Treating disoasos of Kyo,
HJar, Throat and Noso.
to Tin: piJisuc.
SVo havo one of the largest stocks ol
Goaeral Merchandise In Laurons and
will soil either for cash or on time as
cheap as anybody. Also a full lino of
Wagons, Buggies, Harness and Under
taker's Supplies. Sec us before buying,
buy all the peas you havo to sell.
U. 1'. Ml HAM & CO,
i "T-V-J? ? ? _v- Etil*
W\ 1... . . n -ruABtj
i ? ?f?
The Entering Wedge
To your consideration is goii*
? ?rally tho c< -i. t hough cost should
always bo rolat ivo to vraluo to h> u
fair tost. Tho lumbor w? soil may
not n.1 ways bo tho :h? -:ii><-st in prico,
init it's always ohoapost in tho
long run, bocauso Wo giVO th? beat
valun. Thoroughly kiln-driod,pro
perly sawed and plunod, you'll
find it. "matchos" woll, and will
bo a lifo-long source of satisfac
:R.H.Hudgen8 8c Son*.