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\ NEW JEWELRY STORE.
Messrs IL F. ?V LTeswoll Plowing will
Bo Into Business Here,
Messrs R. F. & Croswoll Fleming.
o( Green wood i will upon a lirst-clus*
jewelry store in Luurous in tho early
full. Thoy will occupy the stand where
Mr. I), 0. Crisp now has a grocery es
These young inon arc the sons of Mr.
1.. '. Homing, <>f 0roenwood, ami
nephews of Mr. .1. o (\ Fleming of
They have business ability, charac
ter. ! ash anO energy and will be a wel
coine addition to the high-class citizen
-let- pi the communlt).
.? iaood Move mi Fool A Lyceum
Course lor Lauren
. weeks ag<> a movement to ar
range foi Lyceum course in Laurons
iVlntor was - arted by Dr. w. 11.
Washington ami Mr. T. 0. Lucas. A
membership ol sovonly-flvo was
promptly obtained, at a cost of throo
do l i - oaoh for a ticket which ad
mi it od two people. The course com
prlsi . Lhri o outortalnmcuts.
Nuu tho Alkahest Lyceum Bureau, of
Atlanta, represented by Mr. K. K. Ed
wards, proposes to add live ontortain
incuts to the course (or an additional
cost oi two dollars 10 oaoh member,
theso tickets also to admit two in-.
W, ? Washington is the prosldontof
the local nsso< iutiou and will be triad to
give lull Information toevcryono inter
CStcd. In addition to the tickets for the
course i. free subscription to tho Alka
1 ost| a very clovi r inngu/.lne, will be
given for st.v months. These proposed
entertainments -,\il! imbraoo nmsleal
attractions such .? tho (junker .Tale
(Jiuirl r , ami thode Jlai't'lo-GllbJohu
itoti Company, famous lecturers like
j?r. Farkhuvst ami such entertainers
.1- .' . Mil er and Ihllph Blnghnm
T ? ct ?! the association Is to
c.i\ De' Lauroi people eight pleasant
t vcuings Hi:-? Winter. The course will
nol I' ? hoavy but will oll'or entertaining
attrne '.on-, it i>hoped that tho course
ol eight instead of three entertain
ments Will he secured and that the
pro*cni inomb rshlpof sovouty-Hvo can
at least bo doubled. Tho tickets are cer
tainly remarkably cheap when it is re
called that they admit two people ami
it will certainly be a mistake to let the
offer of the Alkahest Bureau be ne
glected. Evoryono interested should
sec l>r. Washington at once.
( ?nie lo lb" H ue ami base Ball.
There will be sorved at Waterloo,
Friday, Dili instant, an old-timo barbe
cue, There will he baso ball and other
attract ion?. Let all come.
C. C. ANOEKSOX,
Mr. .1 V. McCuon ami Miss Ida G.
Can-; on surprised their many friends
by becoming yoke mates for life. Tues
day, August itOth. Rev. McMillan ad
just ng tho gear, The young and hap
py pair have been visiting friends In
Laurens county for a we k past. We
wish * hem succoss, happiness and
everything good in th >ir new venture.
I'c'. ?rCor. Given vi lie News 4tb,
Mr. McCuon is a brother of Mrs. W.
L. Taylor and was formerly with Wil
son Bros., of this city, and has mini;,
friends here, who extend hearty good
Wishes to him ami his bride.
\\ ham's Lau II,
The Annual picnic at this famous
picnic ground will take place Aug. 15,
iiistau'. Prominent speakers will dis
cuss IIvo ((iiostions. The public are
cordially invited to attend and bring
M. W. Xa.ii.
Oooil Illings to Hat.
Are made ot "Clifton" Hour?a pure
prodtu t. Ii you don't eat bread made
of "Clifton" you don't eat the best
bn ad, Sold by T. X. Barksdalc ami
M. (1. Fowlor,
lb union of Co. ??I"" l Ith S. ('. V.
The annual reunion of Co. "F" i-tili
S, C. V. will tnkopiaeo at Yar borough's
.Mill, nth ; st;uit. Ail veterans, tholl"
families and tho public are invited to
be present. Como with well III led
baskets. Cols. Ball and Crews ar.d
Hon. c. B. Wallace will deliver ad
dress.-. County papers please copy,
.1. P. Du.r.Ai.-u.
Why So Popular.
The popularity of "Clifton ' .'our i
due to its uncqunlcd quality?absolute
ly pure, retaining all the nutritive and
hoalthful qualities of the ilnest selected
wheat. C;.n for "Clifton" if you want
the purest ami b?st. !>fado at Brans
foul Mill-. Owcnsboro, Ky. fiold by
'J'. Barksdalc and M. fl. Fowlor.
Tho Ure?1 Hook ami Paper Sale
i a til Angabt 15th we will oiVor our
onlli'Q stock of books, (oxcopt school
books, at less than cost, for cash only.
$1.50 books, new, . . 80 cts.
1 .'10 book?, leather covered, IUI Cts.
25 book?.12 cts.
15 books. 7 cl s.
50 box paper,.21 Cts.
'J? box paper. Il* Cts
.Now is your time and the place.
D.vlmctto Drug Co.
Before taking that summer trip, got
one of those convenient and durable
suit cast.-, prico ?1.25 to ?2.20, at
J. Ii. Minter A- Bro.
.1 ti?t received lour beautiful China
closets. Bee them for yourself, Prices
s. m. & e. 11. Wilkes.
Wo still hflvo many (le.-i.iable pat
terns in Lawns and Organdie.-, wlllcll
we OlTor at prlcos that you cannot af
ford to mi--. The I lu'n.
Yoil know W0 SOU the New Century
collar in all the newest styles at lOotS,
each. .1. Ii. Mintor ? Ih ?>.
Wo want every lady in l.aurens coun
ty to como in and sec our line of Buck s
Stoves ami Ranges. No trouble
?S. m. & k. IL Wilkes.
Pull supply Coals' spool Thread al
ways on hand.
.1. K, m inter & Bro.
"Everything in Ladies', Mines' and
Children's slippers at and below cost.
Those arc values you cannot afford to
pass. Tho Hub.
Received labt week six Wardrobes
and if you are needing one of those
useful pieces of Purnituro, would like
to show them to you.
H. M. it K. II. Wilkes.
In Millinery, w< have j i-t what you
want, and the price will please you.
Boys' corduroy knoe pants, from (I to
25 years; the very thing for boys, at
.1. E, M inter ,v Bro.
S'oo our UH cents shoe.-, for men. Big
value. J. E. Minter & Bro.
STOCK HOLDE RS' M E ET f NO.
Tho Annual Meeting of the. Stock
holders Of the People's Loan and Ex
change Bank, of Laurens. S. C. is
hereby called to be held at the office
of the Bank at II o'clock, a. in., Au
gust the ::ot e . lbOl
I W. Tonn,
A two-room cottago noar tho Furnl
Col. .i d. M Shaw, o( High Point.
??".""I oul In- wh >o( crop last week
li i ' 0 bushels. Ho rca'btod on
n any acres hushl Is. lie-. ?? R? ?|,.
joot lesson worth the attention of ail
We lo.rn with i*c grot of tho death of
Mrs. vv, K. Washington at her homo
near rby'a o.i yesterday morning.
Mrs. Washington was a slater ?.i tho
ate .lore- lloli. ol thl ? eitv, ami has a
largo connection hi re ami In tho county.
Itev. S, C. Todd will |oln Mrs. Todd
this week, who js now at his mother's,
Mrs. VV. A. Clarke's, and they will
nave a soason of roat, romalnlng In
town until after the ?amp mooting,
whloli commences tho 23rd of this
Itev. \V. S. Iloiinci left on Monday
tor WTllington to attend tho Summer
session ol tho Grconv.'lc convooatlou.
?Vrom n lllington ho will go to Huludu,
N.C., for tho Summer and tho Ppi boo
pal church hero will he closed, save
for Sunday School, until late in Sop
\ oteran S. K.Taylor, one of tho von
orablo citizens ol Lnurons, waa in the
< ity pu b'fiduy. lie had attended the
reunion o( his old command tit Owens
on Thursday. Tin lloworof his man
hood was spent hero lit our midst and
inanj friend - aro nlwa*, s proud to groct
Iho best hall ol the season was
played on Paotory Hid Saturday af
ternoon b iwccnClintou and Laurons,
the latter winning. Tho eeuro .-i ?od
ihr e to two, Mr. \V. Pierce Galnu
pitched and Mr. Conner caught for
Lauren . M . John Pijako ami M r.
WptVord^ wyiv the battoi-j f >r Clinton.
On Frlda,V evening a charming Ger
man was given at tl o lloiol Algelgei*,
.Mr. W?lls loading with Miss Kmmlo
Meng. The following couples purtiol
pAted: Miss .Mary IJoyd with Mr. Rob
ert Davis, Miss Rdith Pinch, Mr.
lirooks Sull \an. Miss Wilson, Mr. Hen
Webb, .Mi-- Ethel Finch, Mr. Allon
Shell, Mi-- - Mola Sullivan, Mr. Kare
Wil-oa. Miss Paullao Anderson, Mr.
Ceorgo Powell, Miss Claudia Crews.
?Mr. W.H. Richey, Jr.,Miss LeesKoMh,
.Mr. Fleming 'ones, Miss Lyl Calno,
Mr. Hammond, Miss liesslo Drown,
Mr. G. \V. shell. Miss Daisy Sari In g,
Mr. A. I). Gray, Mis- Mariogono Calno,
Mr. Owens' Misfortune.
Mr. W. B. Owens, of Clinton, lost
his resldonco ami utmost all of hi- fur
niture by lire on Sunday morning.
The house was insured for only $1,000.
Mr. Owens'loss is heavy and is much
To II I l ii -1 1,01 r.
Dr. 1'. D. ( minor has roturnod to Iiis
old quarters, over The People's Loan
and Kxchungo Hank. His Dental par
lors aro in course of ologant arrango
ment, and you will forget what you are
there for, viewing the nice appoint
If Vuii Kilon!
Ii you knew what tho miller knows,
ami what your phystuiun knows about
adulterated Hour, you, too, would In
sist on your grocer sending you "Clif
ton". Try it! , Is the host am! pur
e-t . Made at Dransford Mills* Owons
i?no, K v., and ?old by T. N. Barksdale
and M. H. Fowl er.
The Christian Alliance.
The Christian Alliance will hold one
of great ten meetings lure in a few
weeks, beginning the 23rd. Tho ser
vice- will bo hold In tents on Irby Hill
and the following morabors of the Al
liance wli.' be proser.t arid assist: Itev.
tt.F.MMev, i Ashville, l'tev.J. M. Hike,
of Atlanta, K v. .V.l. Holmes and Rev.
s\ C. Todd ant wife, of Atlanta, ttev.
T. C .Ji.ek.-an?' H. M. O.vings, of LttU
South ( aro ina Co-Educational
Wo had tho pleasure of a call last
wcok from l'n f. Jno. A. Thackaton,
of Iii;-: lino college unique In this
stai?', and located fit Kdgelleld. Tho
I'rofe.-sor la >! gi mi LuiU'cns stock, a
graduate,of Airman, distinguished In
mathemtitici, He left us a catalogue
of the Institute, with announcements
for 1001-1002. it n ay be had by ad
dressing I'roaidont, P. N. K. Balloy,
Kdgcllold, S. c.
i lie AHeullon
Ol the board of Health is uallcd to
the gulch IIlied with idugnunt water at
tho mossing between Williams and
Hampton Strei .-. It If eortalply caus
ing malaria and will be likely to cause
uiore. 11 v ouid not do to drain it tit this
sea-:on ;.- that would only make it more
unhealthy still, but itmlght 1 o lllh ?! up
or it might at le.tsi be tr* at il to kcro
seuo occasionally. The gully is a gen
eral receptacle fo. all sorts 01 queor
gilrbaji S, In addil ii to the filet that
mo titiitv Ing water is uiihoaltuy.
Dentil Mrs liutleugc Kuller.
Mrs. Antho Fuller, wifo of Mr. J.
Itutlcdv.c Fuller; of Mouotvlllo, died
on last Thursday after a short illness.
Mrs. Vullor was a daughter of Col. J
Washington Wan-., and was a most
lovable and attiaotlvo woman. She
was only about thirty yoara of ago and
had been murrlod r> Mr. Puller only
about a yt at*. Her husband, father,
brothers and sisters havo the deepest
sympathy In their great boreavomont.
Itciiuion at Owens.
Co. K. Mill S. C. V. and Co. "F/' S.
C. Battalllon had a joint reunion at
Owen-' on Thursday last. Voterans'of
the i\so Coillpanlos were joined by
other commands and thcro was a fair
representation of the hero gray beards,
Col. J. N - Drowni Capt. Gi'lulth and
Lieut. A. C. Owlngs, ofllcors of tho
11th, and l ieut. lt. L. floury, of tho
Battalllon, woro the surviving olllcers
present. Col. Drown, Judge (i.
Thompson and Itev. L. C*. Knight made
eloquent talks and Hie day went oft*
profitably and pleasantly. The ladies
served a doMghtful picnic and their
presence made tho daj one to bii re
membered with il? light
The ('(unit;, s. s. Convention?
one of the Interesting events of last
WOOk was tllC Interdenominational Sun
day School Convention held at Gray
Court on Wodtiesday and Thursday
last, II was largely attended about
forty jchoo s being reprosonted. Mr
jno. M. Iludgons was 1'rosldont and
Mr. J. P. Tolbort Secretary. Presi
dent Cromof, of Nowborry College,
I'cv. W. I. Herbert, of Newberry, and
Itev. Hoher! Adams, of this city, were
prosont. le v. Mr. McCain delivered
llie address of wolcomo. Dr. F. M. I
Jotsdor wa- chosen Prosldont for the
ensuing year, and Mr. Tolbort re-eloct?
ed Boorotary. Clinton wilt have Hie
Convention another year. Attondllig
delegate1.-- are enthusiastic over the
gonorons ami culturod ho pltallty of
Cray Court community.
Stale Fair. 1001.
The Advf.rTiskr, Is In receipt of
the premium list Of the State Agricul
tural and Mechanical Society of South
Carolina for tho 118 anniversary, at Co?
lumbla, October tho 88th. It fs a very
liandsonn little booklet, ami contains ti
li.-t of some thousands of liberal i>re
mlums In every department Of Agricul
tural, and Mechanical Art, tho liberal
arts, not to omit tho racos, The Fair
l- a pleasant recreation for tho young
of Htc State and valuable to the enter
prising ;b well ar tho dilettanti in the
[ndustrles.and naoful arts. We have one
i rltloism. however. tO make on the city
of Columbia's attractions- - in this order:
"The Stale House, Asylum, I 'unctentia
ry, Cemotyory," etc. fhls has a slight
taini of the gruof.omo, while wo arc nyt
all l.'omans, Lei ping skeletons in our
I olosetH, However, i he.-e will bo
I enough of cheer to dise'
AM) Ulli Kl NOTES Ol RECENT
Muster .lohn W.ut- hau returned
from u visit to Ch?rau .
Mr. liyland Trayuham h ft for A
vi lie last Thursday.
Mis-. Loos Uo&th, of Augusta, i- tho
guest of th? Miss's Webb.
Mi> I) ll. Counts ami oblldrou loft
last week for Uondvrsonvlllo.
Judgo R. 0. Watts arrived in the
Mr. W. W. Simpsoni of Atlgusiu,
-pmit Friday night in the city.
Mr. J. W. Crews, of Atlant., was i.i
llie otty for a few days last week.
Misses LillettoCalneaud 10 in ma llud
gens visited In Greenwood last week.
Miss Nollio Chapman was tho guest
of Mrs. II. B.Gritton last week.
Mr. M. T. Sloan of Pucolut, was in
the city Monday.
Mr-. Clamlo Kaller has icturned
from Glenn Springs.
Mr. Robt. Ilol Hogs worth, ol Cross
Hill, was in Iii? city Monday.
Mr. ami Mrs. \. Ii. Dial hfl for
Ashovlllo on Sat urday.
Miss Mary Edwards, of Oruyeourtj
i visiting ai Mrs. \V. A. Clarke's.
Messrs. T. R. Wobb and Lewis Sim
kins, .Jr., have gone to the mountains.
Mis.- Martha Cannon leaves soon tor
Gcocgotown and Pnwley's island.
Mrs. II. V. Simpson is visiting in
Portsmouth, \'i rginla.
Mrs w. II. Webh, oi Spartanburg,
is visiting relatives in the city.
Mr. Butler Smith and Mr. Black,
prominent cili/.ens of Cro-s Mill, were
in the city Monday
Mrs. S. S. Farrow and Miss I'errin
Farrow are at Mount Pleasant, on tin
coast, for a few weeks.
Mrs. Laura Kislerby and children
are visiting tho family of Mr. W. B,
Madden, at Greenville.
Mr.-, W. Y. L. Marshall and children,
Of Sumter, are visiting at Dr. Jc3S0
Veteran IL L. Ltopor was elected on
Saturday to represent Sullivan in
choosing a County Pension board.
MUS Lalla Arthur has returned to
N-.-wberry,after a vlsltto Miss Virginia
Si mk ins.
Misses Margaret ami Christie Pow
ers, of Columbia, are in tho city, a:
their aunt's, Mrs. Alice Bramlelt.
Veteran .1. 'P. Ltgon, a prominent
citizen of Greenwood and an old L?.u
rens boy, was in the city yesterday.
Mr.-. .1. \i Copolnnd and children
leave this week to spend a month near
Miss Claudia Crews has ret irnod
from a visit to Willinmston, She was
accompanied home by Mis-, I'oarl Bolt.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. D. Watts leave in a
few days to spend several weeks in the
North Carolina mountains.
Mi-.- Lilla Visanska, ol Georgetown,
spout a few days with friends in till
olty last week.
Captain II. P, Critilth, of GalTney,
attended a reunion of bis old compan
ions in anus at Owens List Thursday.
Miss Kosa Simkins. of Washington,
On., is the guest of Miss Vlrgl , Sim
Misses Courtenavi Elizabeth and Au
gusta Watts, and Mr. Cash Watts, of
Cm-raw,are visiting their uncle, Majoi
W. A. Watts.
Capt. Krank Evans, one of the dis
tinguished teachers of the State, has
been reflected Superintendent of the
S| urtanburg Graded School?
Miss Annie Lucille Poole returned to
< ireonvlllo a few days ago aftt r a visit
lo her grand-parents, Dr. and Mrs. .1.
Mr. J. A. Summerset, of tho 0. X.
v L. Kail road, paid TllH Am I'.UTIfd'.H |
a pleasant visit looking after the in'er
CSt ol his roan.
Bulletins d I ami IIA. analyses of the
Sun Joio Scales and Fertilizers im y bo
had by writing to President Uart/ng,
Misi Eva Gary returned to Neu berry
last Tuesday after a visit of several
weeks to hoi" sister Mrs. j. a. barks
Mrs. .1. J. PIUSS, who went to Btllfalo,
as one Of the I'rcss Association, has it
turned, having had a most delightful
Mr. J. K. Blackman, oi Charleston,
edits the Greenville News. [| will
continue to support the Mcuti.rin Uly
Captain .1. lt. M inter's Stores on the
North-west side of the square have re
cently been freshened up with a new
coal of paint.
MUS Mary, oldest daughter oi Dr. T.
E. Todd, is visiting her aunt, Mrs,
Johnson at Ashviilo Mrs. To.hl mal
tho Other children arc in No wherry
Mr. .1. hi. Sitgreavcs is now occupy
Ingonoof Iiis now cottages, cornor of
Church and Laurons streets. Bis lato
residence lias been rented by Mr-. Vir?
The i .xpi oss Company will move In
to a now offloo next week, which will
he built fur them by Dr. W. II. Dial,
next door to his own Olllco On Main
Mr. J. Mills Hunter, the popular
salesman with It. P. Mllnm (c Co., is
Olljoymg his vacation svitb relatives
und friends on tho Warrior mid Eno
SaV.day was slimly attended and
almost a miss, It was a mistake. Ail
iiic Exposition com mitt oos should nave
beon consulting and the County Fair
put fairly under way.
Mr. IL R, .tones, tho pleasant young
ffentloilian, who is to be found with It.
I'. Milani a Co., has returned from his
vacation way up among frlonds 111
Youngs, lie reports a lovely lane.
Congressman 3. T. Johnson, ?cd a
covorinont agent were abroad in
Ihq county last week establishing Free
Mail route. One. ol the requIsitOS for
tho routes is good roads.
Uov. W. W. Daniels. Pre udent. of the
Columbia Female College, occupied tho
pulpit of the Methodist Church on Sun
day, preaching two very earnest and
Messrs Richard Anderson and Ed
ward Ballciitlno aro under tho care oi'
Ihe Christian and Missionary Alliance
at. Atlanta, with the vlow of going as
missionaries to tho I '.ust.
M od em Pro v erbs.
"'Ho who knows not, and knows not
that he knows not, is a fool. Avoid him,
"Ho who knows rot, nod knows that
Ik knows not, is simple. Teach him.
"He who knows und knows not that
i ?? knows, i- usloop. Wake him.
"Hut he who kuows and knows that
lie knows. Is a wlsonuui. Follow hlni."
From tho Arabian Proverbs.
Ho who buys hid Tl'KM F SEED ol
u> knows that wo have now crop seed
of all desirable variolios such as?
lion Air Hutu Bnga,
Yellow Aberdoon and others.
This Is a man of some judgement.
Follow his example and got
SKI3D THAT GROW from
The Laurons Drug Co.
103 West Main St.
'Phone 76 Goods delivered.
Misses Annie and H/./.lo Kichey. of
Lauruns, tire with relatives in this
Miss Maude Pratt is out of town
With relative.- in Groenvillo und Lau
ren.'-. ?(i reen wood 1 ndcx.
K. 1! Gulbcrtson and wife will have
.(..morrow for a two weeks stay with
relatives at Kkom,
The Times, Helton's new paper will
make its appearance to-morrow. It
will be ed5te?l by R. VV. Nash. Honea
I '..th Chronicle, July III.
To Save Her Child
Prom frightful disfigurement
Mrs. Nannie Galloghor, of La
Grange, Ga., itppliod Buoklcn's Ar
nioo salve to great soros <>n her
head and faco, writos its rjuick
eure exceeded all hot' hopes. It
works wondors in Soros, Bruise:*.
Skin ICrupbions, fJttts, Burns,
Scalds and Pi los. 25c. Cur'! guar
anl ?od by Laurous Drug Co.
You arc assured of a good nights iv -t
if you purchase one of our Iron Bods.
Wo have them from *.;.7? up.
3 M. & F.. II. Wilkes.
Book on I he Jacksonville Fire.
"Ai res ol Ashes," the story of the
Jacksonville Uro, by .Judge Benjam n
Harrison, of the editorial stall of the
Florida Times-1 nion and C iti/en, Is
now ready for delivery. The intro
ductory chapter by ox-Governor Flom
in<;. It is a complete, accurate and
graphic description oi the greatest
conflagration in ti t. history oi tho
world Since the famous Chicago lire of
|s';i. [t pictures sconos and incidents
that tire heart-rending. It. is elaho
ratoly Illustrated In half tone ongrav
in^s. Book of 300 pagOS for only 2">
cents, Sent prepaid anywhere In tho
United states. Six copios for $ 1.00.
Send your own order or get up a club
at once. First edition limited, Ad
l'l/m.iSin.its, ACftt ? OF A?t Hin,
The State ol South Carolina,
In Court of Probate.
Whoreas, H, y. Simmons has applied
to mo to grant him letter* of Ad
ministration on the Fstate oi lillza
These are Therofore to rite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred,
and creditors of said Fli .a Hollaing,
deceased, that they be and appoar
before mo, In the Court of Prohalo, lo
he held at Laurens 0. II. S. C, on Hth
day of August, 1001, after publication
ihon of, at 1! o'clock in the forenoon, lo
HhoW cause, if any they have, why the
said Administration should not he "-'ran
(iiven under my Hand, this L8th day
of July Anno Domini, 1001.
O. G. Thompson, j.p.l.o.
July 28, 1001?
Persons having business with Hi"
Supervisor will tl ml him or his Clerk
in the Ofllco Mondays and Fridays ol
J. S. DRUiMMONU,
Supervisor l. (J.
Mar. 2ii, lUOl.
? SXr^lM C0CAINE*?pWHISX(
A. BIG SUCCESS.
So says every one that attended
S, ROPER & COMPANY'S
Great 99 cents Sale.
We desire to express our appreciation to the people generally for their
to our great ottering of merchandise.
Ucnicn ways do as wo advortiso and that wo always carry ? tho best good? for as little tnoue^ as tho sumo
values can ho '? ought ol ?owhoro.
lieui in i.iii Shoddy goods otinuot give satisfaction it matters not how cheap tho PRICE and thai Our'Motto is true,
E BEST IS THE CHEAPEST."
Wo ask you to i u< > \ isit our store as wo shall always have Special Values to show you.
Again Thanking you, Wo uro your friends.
DAVIS, ROPER Sc CO.
nous Ciotlning? Dry Goods, SHoe and Hot Store,
That's what wo arc doing nl OUR
lylid hS tifqrper Sale
ol seasonable Goods! Water
Coolers, Cream Frcc/.ors,
Refrigerators, Gasoline Stoves,
Fly Traps. Jell) Tumblers, Fruit
Jars, ICte. Just what you need
at this season, at jusl the PRICE
you wisli to pay,
ill Purchaser of $10.00 and up.
Vive grades in idee sheer white
x k-jbmhis at
10, 12J, I?, 20 and 25 cts.
Lawn ?: its, ! . rtions and All-Over to match.
In colored Organdy und Dimity you can lind here the
Quality, Color and Price you desire.
Onlj u limited quantity oi those heavy all-Silk Gloves, the
75 cents; quality, at 10els. while Ihcy last.
Spn i;.? Value in Stiiishadcs at c
W. Q. Wilson & Co.
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"; 1 KENNEDY BROS.
J1 will con
tho I ? the old stand. COFFINS, CASKETS
and R?BKS, r\ id HE AH IE, at tho
A continuation of buu gonorou patronage hithorto extended us
BOlioitod. flootfully KENNEDY BROS., Laureus, S. C
Glenn Springs Hotel,
Gleim Spring, S. C#
QUEEN of son h?:kn summer resorts.
There is Inn one Glenn ?Springs and it has no equal on
the continent for the Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, Bowels and Blood.
Hotel Open from June 1st to October 1st.
Cuisine and Service Excellent. It is up-to-date and Everybody
Goes Tlnn-, For board apply to
Simpson & Simpson.
0mT" Water for sale by Laurcns Drug Co., Palmetto Drug
lCp,t.JUii?-vma Cottnn Alul Stoic.
Cloti^i^ at ttfe
Our Clothing Department is now
located in the new extension, ;i
most admirable Clothing room,
high, ail} ami plenty of light.
So we are better ouuipped than
ever to please the particular with
Goods that wear, at prices that
Suits in all the Fashionable Shades.
of the Season?Plain, Gay-striped and Checked,
Flannel Serges and Worsted. You should see
them. Odd Pants in great assortment. Odd Coats
with or without Vests. Boys' Suits and extra
Pants?and it takes a lot of pants for boys, doesn't
New Goods Arriving
continually, and new customers coming in daily.
You arc urged l) come in to see u .
J. lylii^tcr & Bro.
J.?. SMITH, the oldostdealor in Monum ntsin I.nurona county,
still ha* his plaoo of husinoss in Clinton. Dualer in tho host
native and imported from Italy ami abroad The latosl designs, work
dono in tho most artistic, fashion, promptly, and terms reasonable av.fl
satisfactory, He solicits your patronage and thanks you in advance.
Your attention to the fact of Clinton's exceptionable railroad facilities,
Call ami examine his yard.
.1. C. SMITH. Clinton, S. 0
TO THE PUBLIC.
Wo have one of the largest Block;, of
Gonoral Merchandise in Laurons ami
will sell eithor for cash or on thno aa
cheap as anybody. Also a full line of
Wa^onH, lkiKRiud, Harness and I'mler
takor'H Supplies. Sec us before buying.
Will buy all tho poas you have to sell.
ISA Ii L, HIMKINS A BALL,
A (1 orilOJ h .it LtlWf
LauuRNs, South Carolina.
Wo practice hi nil State- And Unllcxi
HlalOH Courts. Spoeial attontlon givon
Several town lots for said Sales of
lota on monthly installments nego