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notation at Union ( hurch.
Co. ? ?<*" o' tho I Uli S. ('. ami Co "C"
< f t;,. ;i i s. c. Battalion had their
doiiuul M inion at Union Church un
Saturday. Tho attoudanco was la reo,
und with n delightful picnic served by
tlx ilaughtor* of 'he ?>1?1 soldiers, tho
occasion was groatly enjoyed. A roso
? was adoptou endorsing a Sol
diers' Homo by tho Stute. Our dole
gat ion In tho General Assembly, Son*
utor Goodwin and Representatives Me*
i.un, Coopor und Klohols favoring
it- establishment. Veterans O. O,
'I I.n ii:. in. M. II. Ferguson and Dr. J.
It. Smith ma ''; enthusiastic talks sup.
portiug tlio scheme, it was a ploasant
day for ami especially the old und
natu r< <! gray-boards of the no's- Long
ina\ tiny live.
t amp Meeting?
An old timo camp mooting will bo hold
in LnuroiiH from Aug. 23id to Sept. 1st.
liby's Urove, where tho campaign
incotiiu's liavo bien held, Iiuh hern k
c.ned for the meetings. This being it
splendidly woodod place it will furnish
u beautiful atd comfortable place for
tho meetings and tho campers. The
moot in in will bo held in a large canvas
t.d.crnacle. Snudlor touts will bo pro-*
\ii|?d tllO'O wl10 may wish n> camp.
M of those - cill. r tints were OUT
n r..' touts used in the l . s. Army. '1 hoy
ore largo on< ugh for several porsoun to
Blui'p hi ami arc meat comfortable. Let
thofe who wish t" tent hi lug along with
them quilts and such other article? as
they may need. Cooking utensils might
be brougld al?o. Ums loduoing Iheex
ik'i r'.' of yoitr stay nicking It as cheap
be>0 ; s though yon were al Imme. Olli?
ers ran foiue in coverod wagons. In
Botno places, even llicugh tho meetings
uro held in tho town, the town pet pic
tnk ? teils, thus freeing themselves
from It iisohold duties and enabling
tlioni to u'ct the most out of the meeting.
Tin city wator supply will be tapped.
A restaurant will ho in foil operation on
the i r, um!s, where regular meals and
lunches ? an be second al a modorate
Amoiigr' workers will l>e Kovs. .1.
Rl. I'iki : At'anla, W. I'. b . Kinsid,
Ol K|>worth, 8. C, N. J. Holmes, of At
lant?, T. C. ! u ks ami D. II. Owinga, ?>f
Lftiircns, and Mr. and Mrs. Todd, f
Whj So Popular.
Tin popularity oi' "Clifton" Hour is
duo to its uu glided quality?absolute
ly pure, retaining! all tho nutritive and
healthful rpjalit! sol tho 'iuist selected
Wheat. Call for ??( lifton'' it you want
the purest and best. Made at brans
ford Mills, Owonsboro, Kv. Sold by
T. a . Uarksdalo and M. II.'Fowler.
Miss Annie Fiirman lo Weil Kcv.
l-'ngi nc Peudletoii.
Clem- n < 'allege, Aug.Announce
ment has boon made of a wedding to
take place in the autumn which will be
of h.lerest to many in Qeorgta.
Miss Annie Furman, daughtor of Prof.
Charlc- M. Furman, of Olcmson Cob
logo, S. C, ami graiidaugkter of tho
late (lUtiiigulshou Dr. James 0. Fur
man, ef Furman riv.ier.-ity, is to wed
the I lev. KaigOUO ft. Feuilleton, for
merly of Atlanta, now pastor of the
baptist church at Fayottovlllo ami In
dian Spring, Ca. Mr. Pendloton Is a
son it Mr. II. C Fondle ton, of Vir
glnia, hut now of Ooorgia, and is wide
ly connected in both Georgia and Vir
The wedding will occur in November
al Clemson College. ? Atlanta Journal.
Miss Furman has numbers of friends
in this city who will ba interested in
11' Von Knew!
II you knew what the miller knows,
ami what your physician knows about
adulterated Hour, yon. too, would in
sist on your grocer sending you ''Clif
ton''. Try it! 11 is the best and pur
est. Made, ai Bransford Mills, Owons
boro, Ky . and -old by T. X. Barksdale
and M. If. Fowler.
'1 hire serial features of attractive
qualities and also Of solid value are
now appearing in The Outlook: Mr.
Jacob A, Rita's autobiographical arti
cles called ''The Making of an Amer
ican," Dr. Lyman Abbott's "Tho
Rights of Man: A Study in Twentieth.
Century Problems," and "The Man
from Olongarry," a serial by Ralph
Connor, the lUUllOl'Of "Tlic Sky Pilot,"
and "Black Kock." ($3 a year. The
Outlook Company, 28" Fourth Avenue.
Good I llings to Fat.
Ar.' made of "Clifton" Hour?a pure
product. If you don't eat bread made
of "Clifton" you don'l cat. the best
bread. Sold by T. X. Barksdale and
M. II. Fowler.
Cray Court, s. C, July 27, 1001.
Messrs S. M. & K II. Wilko3,
Cents: The cooking stove I purchas
ed from yon . ight years ago is giv
ing 1110 perfect satisfaction in every
respect, and I have not spent one cent
for repairs for it since I nought it. I
can cheerfully recommend your line of
stoves t<> ovory one.
D. F. Cl ukv.
The Annual picnic ut this famous
picnic ground will take place Aug. 15,
instant. Prominent spankers will dis
cuss I've questions, 'the public are
eoni ally invited lo attend and bring
wcll-iillcd bask jts.
M. W. Nash,
Fi r Commit tee.
We soil tho celebrated Guyol suspon?
tiers. Try a pair at 50 cents.
.1. K, M inter A: BrO.
We can supply ail your wants in Mil
linery, and we guarantee you'll have
no cans'.! for complaint
Purchase a bottle of Oedorino for
25 cents and try it or your furniture
and you will he. pleased with it, and you
will not he without a bottle in your
house. Sold only by
S. M. .V I'. II. Wilkes.
Ladies arc invited to inspect the
"American Girl" shoo. It's sold and
guaranteed by J. 10. Minter.v Bro.
If yon have no! bought your slipper?,
j,his is to tell you wo arc selling them
bo ohoap von cannot alTord to miss us.
Forty-eight Hocking ("hairs receiv
ed last week, an early visit to our store
Will onablo you to see the entire line.
Prices from 13.50 to $12.00.
S. M. & K. H. Wilkes.
Gentlemen And everything they m ed
in the way of furnishings at the cloth
ing store of ,1. F.. Mintcr & Hro.
A visit to our -tori- will convince you
that, we handle the largest and most
COn pie to line of mantels, tiles and
grates of any store in this State. We
would like ygu to come in and see tin se
goods. No trouble to show you.
S. M. it F. II. Wilkes.
Full supply Coats' spool Thread al
ways on hand.
J. B, Mintcr .v Hro.
Everything in Ladies', Misse,?' and
Children's slippers at and below cost.
There arc values you cannot afford to
puss. The 11 ub.
boys' corduroy knee pants, fr.uii f| to
25years, the VOry thing for lio?s, at
J. K. Mintcr A Hro.
Sec our 1)8 wonts shoes for men. Hig
value. J. E. Mintcr Sc Bro.
Married at tlio Methodist Parsonage,
Tuesday night, L'lth inst . tho Kov.
Mr. l).unouu pfliciatlug, Miss Kthol
Pinch and Mr K. o. MoMukln; both of
At Oroonvllly, on Sunday afternoon
last, Misses Lovl ami lluabco, young
ladles, was killed by a bolt of lightning,
and OthCl'8 SOVOrely hurl hut will ro*
Tho installation wop vices ?>f Kov. B.
II. (trier us pastor of the Ora church
w ill take place on next Wcduosdav, at
10 A. M. Kov. W. I?. Lindsay wliiud
dress tho people and Kov. l>. (i. Phil
lip-, the pastor. Religious services
will he continued over Sabbath, with
preaching by Kov . W, 13. Lindsay.
Last week, for the lirst tillio during
the year, the city was abundantly sup
plied with chicks of frying ami broil
ing sl/.o. They BoUlat l?cts and 1" ct;.
lion. A. .). Smith, of Mountvllte, has
supplied during the summer a few
friends with delightful spring lamb.
Ami tho inquiry arises what has he
cos to of "old dog Tray," (the faithful
friend of man', In that neighborhood?
Tho Summer School after a very suc
eussful session will close cm Saturday.
The nttondnnco has lava good and tho
teachers have been much Interested
and have done good work. Professors
Wnlktns, Wallace, and Superintendent
i honks luivo b( en Indefatigable In their
efforts to m ike the school a success and
have BUCCCedod well. MUs Lucas, who
has charge of the art department, will
give an exhibit on i-Ylday which
will bo opon to the public. It will be
an Interesting occasion and tin oppor
tunity not to be neglected.
Capital Stock Increased.
Tho stock holders of the Furniture
Factory meet to morrow aed it is un
derstood that they will increase by
fifteen Thousand Iho capital stock of
the plant. At a meeting of tho direc
tors last week the management of thy
Factory made a splendid show ing or
what bus been accomplished since the
factory w< nt Into operation u year ago.
Ali tho new stock has been secured
Mr. Mark Pitts, of Jacks, sen! to his
frlond, Clerk .lohn P. Holt, a splendid
assortment of the Bradford melon.
Clerk lot va- equally unsollli>h and
a perfect beauty, weighing in pounds
was consigned to ihc Junior of Tub
Advkutisbk'sRtnlT and blessings wore
showered on all coucornod.
t he Exposition.
Capt. J. li Humbert, the chairman
for Lnurons, states that the prospect of
a good exhibit from Lnurons is encour
aging. Mi'. I .eve, tin; agent of tho ex
position am1, visiting the counties, will
bo in this county about tho23rd instant
and give ir.p. lus and a practical direc
tion to the work Of preparation.
Johnnie Parks, a handsome young
fourteen year old gent!*.man. and aon
of Mr, Pickcns Parks, brought us a
half dox.cn perfect peaches of tho
Chinese Cling family, one of iheso
pouches was a good mess for an editor
hungry for pcaohos without a Haw.
Re i B. II. Crier.
This accomplished young divine, re
cently chosen to the pastorate of ihc
Associate Reformed 1 'resby terian
Church is now at Ortt, and will imme
diately assume his charge We beg to
add to this a: nouncoment that all
of Laurent County wolcome this conse
crAtcd gentleman to her citizenship and
to tho exercise of his great otliee in our
The following is a list, in part, of
those who are attending the Farmers
fnstitUtO at Clemson this week, repre
senting this city and county :
Lafayotto W. Hamage, It. C Dun
lap. ----- Celeman, James W. Boyd,
Ben ffellams, Gideon Hol lams, T. N.
Bnrksdalo, W. J. Barksdalo, .1, T. Gar
rett, T. J. Weathers and son, Col. J. D.
M. shaw and wife, C d. J . 11. Wharton,
F.. A. Hamilton, W. A. Putnuin, Prank
Owens, .lame- Wham, Walter PylOS,
J. 0. Miller. J. L. Boyd.
TlieWinncrs of Winthrop Scholarships
Superintendent of K location, Rrooks,
has been notllled that tho following
brig'r t girN are the winners of the
Winthrop Scholarships from this coun
ty: MUs Daisy Harris, of Gray Court,
Miss Ploronce llellams and Miss Clara
VVelborn,o( Barksdalo's. Fifteen young
lad.es stood the examination and the
successful ones are therefore the more
to bo congratulated. It is expected
that they will take a tine stand at Win
Jim Harris, colored, who v.,n serv
ing recont'y on the fjnurens ohain
gang and was ideiltilied as the negro
who killed Carter, the chain gang
guard in Marlboro, carried to Bennetts
villo. tried and OOnvictod of murder,
was hanged Oil Friday bist. C ''tor,
the murdered man, had two sons pres
ent at the execution. A pathetic .scene
occurred when Harris asked at the
gallows to .-peak with these hoys, ear
nestly protesting that lie did not mean
to ki'il Mr. (..'arter. only meaning to es
cape, and pleading thai the young men
pray for him, which thoy did. The
axe that killed Cuter W03 used in
springing the trap of the gallows.
Mr. L't.tle, of Tylorsvl le, identified
llnrris, caused his t runsfer to Marlboro,
and Kcts the reward, *200,00,
Death of S. W. Vance.
Tho many friends of this gentleman
wl I regret to learn of his death at his
home in Columbia on llio J)th instant,
of acute 9tomnch derangement, He
was fifty-four years old, and at tho
llrao of his death held the office of
State Phosphate Commissioner, having
filled various positions ol trust In the
State In recent years. He was horn In
Cokoshury, lu Abbovillo County, and
had bis education at the Stato Military
Academy and lUllnburg, Scotland. Ho
Borved In tho < Iv 11 war with the IJat
tallion of State cadots. In early life he
was married to Mi.-s Caroline young, a
daughter of a prominent family in this
county, and unt'.l a rocont removal to
Columbia, mado his hemo in this city
and county. His widow and the fol
lowing children survive him : Mr. J. I..
Vance, Mr. Young Vance, Mrs. Wm.
Banks, Miss Lilly Gray Vance. Nor
wood [\.,Carolino Fli/.abethand Frank
Vance. If.- was a Mason and member
of itlcllland Lodge, Columbia Tho re
mains were brought to Lauruns for in
terment on Saturday last, escorted lo
the depot at Columbia by following pall
bearers: Honorary; Gov. M. B, McSwco*
ocy, Col. I . It. Brook8, IIOO. J. P, Dor
ham, Capt i>. J Grlllith, Col. T. J.
Lip-comb, Col. Wille Jones. Activo?
Col. 1*. IL Nelson, J. frost Walker,
.1 T. (built, W. I> Molton, Jno. I'.
Thomas, Jr., Col. U, X. Gun tor, Hon.
F. II. Weston and s. T Carter*
Capt. T. Walker, Col. F. N. (junter
and Mr.J.T. (iantt accompanied the
remains to Lauren*. At 2 P.M. they
were met at the depot by Palmetto
Lodge and interred at the city ceme
tery with the fionors of Masonry, Pal
metto Lodge conducting tho sorvioiis.
Tho following acted as pall boarors;
Hon. N. B. Dial, Col. II. V. Simpson,
Hon. W. It. fllohoy, Mayor C. H. Gray,
Dr. IL K. Hughes and Dr. P, B, Connor.
The family have the. sympathy of our
entlro community In tholr great aflilo'
Tho "Hex" mattress is mado from
South Carolina cotton, perfect in con -
BtmoVion, will not pack or misshape,
guaranteed absolutely. Only $H,f>().
S. M. A E. H. Wilkes.
AND BRIEF NUT KS Ol KU TNT
Mrs j, t. Poolo lias returned from a
visit to relatives in Croonvlllo.
Dr. O. C. Albright ^pent hist wook
Mrs. Sal I io Duuhip spent last wook
With Mrs. Eloise Shell.
Miss Boyd, of Charleston, is visiting
Miss Lily Miller.
Mr. Ccorge Ferguson is n studont at
the MacOQ Business College.
Mi-, and Mrs. O. YV*. Babb spent las'
week with friends atCorouaca.
Miss Josdo Craven, ol Arkansas is
the guest of Miss Elizabeth Todd.
Capt. .1. B. Humbert", of Princeton,
was in the eity on Friday last.
Miss llossio Crews is visiting friends
and relatives at Alma.
Mrs. T. II. N'e'son leaves about the
20th for a trip North.
Miss Cora tlolroyd Is visiting rela
tives in Atlanta for a few weeks.
Miss Coril.no Martin left for a visit
to Chester last week.
.Mr. Uaskoll Dial went to Ashvllle a
few days ago.
The Fleming block, West side of the
Dinare, is being painted and renovated.
Miss Evio Little, of Clinton, spool
Sunday with friends in the city.
Dr. Blakcloy, a promiuei.t ciil/.on of
Ora, was In the eity Monday.
Mrs. c. M. Clarke was called to'Simp
sunvillo on Sunday, on account of the
death of her mother.
Mr. B. B. Parks, of Laurons, has
been visiting Mr. .lohn Park-, of
Greenville, for several days.
Miss Grllllc Dor roh, of Grocnvliic,
was the guest of friends in the eltj
Mrs J.T.Johnson, is recuperating
from her recent illness at Chick
Mess,-, w. r, Kichey, r. A, Cooper
and P. P. McGowau wont to Green
wood to attend conn last week.
Miss Connie .I ones is at Henderson
villo, N. O., and Mrs. XV. XV. Jones and
Mis, \\ IHlo Jones al Brovard.
Mr. T. A. Klvers, of Augusta was
the guest of Rev. Hubert Ad.mis last
Mr. Fleming Jones is spending a few
weeks in the North Carolina moun
Mr. .). L. Gilkerson Is now with the
Southern Express Company with head
quarters at Greonvlllo.
Mi-s Mary Waller ("amp is visiting
her uncle, Captain J. W. Clark, at
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Tinsley, of Spar
Canhurg, were the guests of friouds
here last week.
Mr. L. W. Simklnsspont several days
in Greenville on important legal busi
ness last week.
Mrs. T. P. Simpson and children, and
Mrs. Charles W. Tune, left on Wednes
day last for Porter Springs.
Mrs. N. C. McCall, of Weather ford,
Texas, is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. J.
T I 'oolc.
Our friend Murk Sanders laid at our
feet a splendid Bradford melon, which
was duly enjoyed.
("ram's Modern Atlas, sold by Mr.
John H. Odell, is a library in itself of
Miss Carrie Ray, of Jacks township,
is visiting Mrs. W. A. Allison and Mrs.
J. Butler Davis in Qreovlllc.
Mrs. Swlt/er has romovod from the
Itoland house, on Laurens street, to
the McCoy house on Main street.
Mr. B. IT. Boyd, of llopewell, ami a
graduate of WolTord, has been oloctod
principal of the Hebron High School,
Mrs. .1. (). C. Dooming is spsnding
several weeks at Glenn Spring's, and
from there will go to the North Caro
Mr. and Mrs. J. XV, Simpson, of
Spartanhurg, were in town last Wed
nesday the guests of Col. H. Y. Simpson
and Mr. J. N. Wright of Lisbon.
Miss Elizabeth Todd gave a recep
tion on Thursday evening to her guost
Miss Craven which was a brilliant and
Messrs Walter Trlbblo and Charley
Greer have enllstod in tho C S. Navy
for a term of four years. They left a
day or so ago for Port Royal.
Maj. Wr. A. Watts, President of the
People's Loan and Exchange Hank,
and Judge H. C. Watts visited near
Spring Cirove, on the Siiluda, on yes
Mr. S. M. Wilkes has gone North to
buy t he fall stock for his firm, w hich
is one of the largest and most success
ful in the furniture and china line in
Miss Katharine Jones will teach
piano at Union Female College, Fufaln,
Alabama, next session. Miss Jones is
an accomplished musician and the at
tractive daughter of Mr. J. W. Jones.
Mr. Mac Munroo, who holds a posi
tion at the Furnittiro Factory was no
unfortunate as to have one of his lin
gers cut oil a few days ago. He ex
pects however soon to 1)3 able to be at
Misses AIIioand Kmmic Webb. I.cet<
Kowarth, Messrs. II. A. and Hen Webb
and Mossrs. Fliason and Clarke were
members of a camping party which left
for the mountains on Monday.
On the farm of Col. Shaw last week
appeared 0/ threatening crop of grass
hoppers, which created some appre
hension. The Colonel used vigorous
measures, they were soon subdued and
tho incident passed.
Lieut. Smith of the H.H. Army, a
nephew of tho Messrs G. P. and Flein
Ing Smith of this city, has been pro
moled to a First Lieutenancy. He was
educated at our State Military Acad
emy, whore he had a high stand.
Mr. H. F. Fleming, a leading clti/.on
of Greenwood, spent a few days in the
eity lust week. Mr. Fleming will have
tho building, lately occupied by Mr. B,
C. Crisp thoroughly renovated, as it is
there that the Mctsrs Fleming will
Open their jewelry store.
The City Mayi r had throe colored
ladles around with old time brush
brooms sweeping tho streets of ilio
Public Snuaro last vock. it was a
Unique show and atlra Stetl mueli atten
tion. Thoy had indulged in fllcliini;
some tender broilers f.'om a colored
Mr. W. P. Thomason. Jr.. who now
has a position in Darlington, will re
turn to Laurens tho lirtt of September
(0 accept a position with Messrs. S. M.
& F.. II. Wllkos. The many friends of
Mr. and Mi*h Thomason are doltghtcd
I to learn that they will return to Lau
"lit.' who kllOWS not, and knows not
that lit! knows not, isa fool. Avoid him.
"Ho who knows not, and knows that
ho knows not, is simple. Touch him.
"Ho who knows and knows not that
ho know.-. Isasloop. Wake him.
"But ho who knows ami knows that
ho knows, is a wise man. Follow him,"
From the Arabian Proverbs.
He who buys his TURNIP SliFiD of
us knows that wo have new crop seed
of all desirable varieties such as -
lion Air Rutn Baga,
i'ellow Aberdeen and others.
This is a man of some judgement,
Follow his example and get
SKI-:l> THAT GUOVV bom
Tlio Ijaureus Drug Co.
103 West Main St.
'Phono 715 Goods delivered.
A number of ,\ oting men around town
lire talking of making a trip (<> the
mountains of Western North Carolina;
t hey propos to fl rive Hi rough the coun
try and jive a regular camp lite for
Itev, Mr. Watson, assisted by Rev, J.
B. I'arrott have been ooudueting a se
ries of meetings at Ilurrieaue Church
this wee'.:. Two sermons a day have
bei 0 nreai lied, large congregations
have been in attendance.?Clinton
To Save Her Child
Prom frightful disfigurement
Mrs. Nannie Galloghor, of La
Grango, Ga., applied Buoklon's Ar
nico salve to great sores on her
head and faco, writes its quick
cure exceeded all her liopos. It
works wonders in Sores, Bruisos,
Skin Eruptions, Cuts, 15 urns,
Scalds and Piles. 25c. Cure guar
anteed by I.aureus Drug Co.
We are offering all lOots. Lawns and
Organdies at "cts., ami all I5e and 20c
ones at lPcts.
By virtue ol an order to me directed
by State Superintendent of Hdtication,
John J. MoMahan, dated August the
10th, 1001, providing, among other
t kings, as follows :
'?please note section 12 of the Regu
lations of the State Board, page 2(1
School Law. edition of |UQI. Also see
tion 18, page 21, Advertise the facl
that certificates are not renewed with
out attendance upon the Summer
School; and that attendance, means tak
ing the coarse through the last day.
Advertise the further fact the regular
examination for teachers' certificates
will be held on the last day of t lie
Summer School, on Grammar, Geogra
phy, and Sc hool Management, on the
niiestlons used in the Summer School
[examination; and on the next day, on
the other regular common school 'sub
jects History, Arithmetic and Alge
"Section It, Subdivision 2 of the
School Law. page .11 restricts Hoards
of Trustees in employing teachers, to
employ only those having certificates
oi qualification, it further subjects
Boards Ol Trusties to the County Board
of liklUGAtlon in the details of employ
ing teachers, and fixing their salaries.
Sections 82and :i7 emphasize this sub
jection "to the orders of the County
Board." You should notify all trus
tees thai no teachers shall he paid, un
jess. before employment, the teachers
registers Ids certificate in ,\our ofllco."
IT IS IIKHKBY ORDERED that an
examination for Teachers1 Oertifloatea
he held on Saturday, August 17, 1001,
Certificates ol proficiency from the
faculty of the Summer School of those
in attendance will he accepted in lieu
of an examination on subjects therein
taught. Those wdio do not attend the.
Summer School will be roqulrod to
Stand on the regular common school
subjects' Grammar, Geography, His
tory, Arithmetic, Algebra and echool
CHAs. P. BROOKS,
Superintendent of Lducation.
IIaIiKh OurfMl nt it.. HfWiMni
i h,i. In UO tluyt. IIimxIk il<
i>t luforanco*. 2fS your* u jiwiailr Itiok ??
il.?ii... 11.? .i.......i ..I no e. \.. i.. .
H. M. WOGLLKV. M. D.. Atlanta. C -..
MOl NT villi: nlws.
Miss Carrie ltiehcy. of Avbbovlllo,
.-pent last week with Mrs. ?'? B. baser.
Miss Maggl? Martin, of CrOOnwOOd,
is visiting relatives in town.
Protraotod sorvices wore held at tho
baptist Church last week. The pastor
was ably assisted by Uev. J. I). Pitts.
Miss Julia Smith, of Lisbon is on a
visit to Dr. A. It. Fuller's family.
Mr. A. (i. Smith, after a week visit
ing relatives and friends in this vicin
ity went homo Friday. Cus is a street
ear conductor lu Atlanta.
Mr. lt. II. Pasloy, of High Point, is
with friends here.
I'llO Urea! Book ami Paper Sale.
Clltll August loth we Will oiler our
entire stoek of books, (except school
books, at lcs^ than cost, for cash only.
$1 60 books, new, . . Sil ots.
l.oo book-, leather covered, Ofi ots.
'J? books,. 12 cts.
l? books,. 7 cts.
.">() box paper.Ill < ts.
*J"> box paper. ! - ct-.
Now is your time anil the place.
Palmetto Drug Co.
Men's belts from 10 cents up at J. F..
Minler & Bio.
From Hoiiou ruth Chronicle.
Miss Maggie Hudgens has been
olcctoJ teacher of the eehool at Chcst
DUt Uldge, Laurons county. Miss
Maggie Is one of tho best teaehers in
this county and the patrons of the
Chestnut liidgo school are fortunate In
(.curing her services.
Mrs W. EL Simpson and children,
of St. Mat,hews passed through llonea
, Path last week en route to Laurons
; county to visit the family of Mr. das.
J. Wister Cooper, of LaurenscOlinty,
lias accepted a position as salesman for
Wright ei tirubbs and \vi begin work
for them about September 1st. Mr.
Cooper is well known to the people of
thi.s section, having clerked for Monroe
Bros, for several years. He will be
glad to have you remember him when
you get ready to purchase your fall
What a Tale It Tells.
11 that mirror of yours shows a
wretched, sallow complexion, a
jaundiced look, moth patches and
blotches on tho skiu, its liver
trouble: but Dr. Kings Now Life
i'ills regulato tho livor, purify tho
blood, give clear skin, rosy cheeks,
rich complexion. (>nly 25c. at
Lumens Drug Co.
Personals front Clinton Ga/ettc.
Mrs. EI. Y, Vance loft a few days
since for a some ??hat extended stay
with relatives and friends at her old
home, Concord, N C.
Miss Dial, a highly etViolont ami pop
ular young lady, has been elected
teacher of the Hurricane school for
the approaching term.
Dr. and Mrs. G. C. Albright, of I.au
reus, are spending a few days this week
with their parents here.
Mr. David Duncan and family, utter
several years residence In Clinton,
have moved to Whltmlre, where Mr.
Duncan will merchandise. We of Clin
ton regret to lose these good people,
but such is life, and it's Whitmiro s
Mr. James M. Pitts reached home
last Saturday from Arkansas and Texas,
and has volumes to tell about his Wes
tern trip and what and whom ho saw.
Friend Jim says our old Hurricane
friends, Mr. and Mrs. Blufti Oopeland,
Tommie Jacks, Dr. .1 im Bell, Jim Adalr,
Gus Copeland and others are well and
doing well. Jim seoms to think that
Texas, especially, is a great country to
live in, and that Arkansas is, too, a
goodly land.?Clinton Gazette, August
You arc assured of a good nights rest
if you purchase one of our Iron Bods.
\Vo have them from :f:l.7"> up.
S M. & 15. H. Wilkes.
STOCK 1101 ?GRS' MEETING?
The Annual Mooting of tho Stock
holders of tho People's Loan and Ex?
change Hank, of Laurous, S. C, Is
hereby called to >>e held at the oiiiee
of tho Hank at 11 o'clock, a. in., Au
gust the 20th, 15HJ1.
i. W. Toon,
A two* room cottage near the I'urnl
tlU'O Factory. Terms. #2.50per month.
Apply at this OlllCO.
THE LAURENS BAR
A NEW LAW FIRM.
The undersigned have this day cu
tered Into a partnership for the practice
of law in the Courts of thisState, under
the name of Simpson & Coopot and will
promptly attend to all business en
trusted to them.
II, Y. Simpson,
H. A. ?OOPKR.
BALL & SIM KINS,
Attorncyn at Law*
Laurkns, South Carolina.
We praetlco In all State amt United
States Courts, special attention given
A BIG SUCCESS.
So says every one that attended
, ROPER & COMPANY'S
reat 99 cents Sale.
We desire lo express our appreciation to the people generally for their
to our great offering4 of merchandise.
liomoinbor that wo iJ ways do us wo advortiso and that wo always carry ?tho best goods for ;is> little money as Un> same
values can bo bought elsewhere.
LJoar in mind thai Shuthly goods cannot give satisfaction it matters not how cheap the PRICE and that OurJJMotlo is true,
"THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST,"
Wo ash you to continue i<> visit our store as wo shall always have ?Special Values to show you,
Afjrain ThauWmi' vi>-.i We are your I'riends.
Famous Clothing, Dry Goods, SHoe and Hat Store.
That's what wo "have given the girls to do this
time. They must, lind the names ol the peo
ple for miles around using
Buck's Stoves and Ranges
they must give ns the name and number of the
Stove, where and whet) bought. Work hard.
iT.??r~ Freight Paid on all Purchasos <>f $it).oi) ami up.
Five grades in nice sheer white
India Linons at
10, 12i, 15, 20 and 25 cts.
Lawn Edgings, Insertions and All-Over to match.
In colored Organdy and Dimity yon can find here the
Quality, Color and Price you desire.
Only a limited quantity of those heavy all-Silk Gloves, the
75 cents quality, :it 10cts. while they last.
? >hSpecial Value hi Sunshades at J^Qf
W. G. Wilson & Co.
Dr. Rolfe K. Hughes,
I^Oflloein Dial Block ovorPal?
motto Drug Store
Specially prepared for Examin?
ing and Treating diseases of Ky<1,
Kar, Throat and Nobo.
W. Ii. KNIOHT
Ii. K. HA IUI.
KNIGUT & ?ABB,
Attorneys at Law.
toy Will practice. In all the State ?od
Kcdoral Courts. Strict attention to all
business intrusted to them.
Ofllce up-Htalrs, Simmons' Building.
Glenn Springs Hotel,
Ulenn Spring, S. ('.
(JUEEJH)F SOUTHERN SU HM EK KENOltTS.
There is but one Glenn ?Springs and it has n<> 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 Their. For hoard apply to
Simpson Sc Simpson.
Water for sale by Laurens Drug Co., Palmetto Drug
Co., Laurens Cotton Mill Store.
THE OLD FIRM
tho Undertaking business at the old stand. COFFINS, CASKETS
and ROBES, and HEARSE, at tho
A ooutinuanoo of tho generou patrouago hitherto oxtended
KENNEDY BROS., Laurens, S. 0