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I hr Christian Workers.
(i. .? ?>:! i Ulli n numbero( big
I i lei.ts uro shining lilted to over
? iIk three services couduotod
? the Christian workers. The
organ Friday night uud will
ontinuo to Soptoiubor the third it is
> a thousand people were
tents Suuday evening, but
um, rrowds ol people from the
re here few of them are living
, i. ut*, They como und go or
day w ? ??> ir friends la town.
ind Mrs. Todd, Mr. Kiuard, of
Kpwortl , S. C, Mr. UwingS and Mr.
others aro in charge labor
in - ugly and with the greatest
imii i lev. Mr. Pike, of At
. ? hod a very strong sermon
lay morning und on Sunday even
s'. J, 11 ol mos, who is SO greatly
i. i arrived and was moat cordially
. ? < Todd's sweet singing adds
. - rviees, whtloMr. Harvey
i in des at the organ, and tho ohotr
in hers im rhaps forty voices.
lih'iui Springs Leased.
announced that Glenn Springs,
In famous and popular health resort,
has l.i i n leafed for a term of live
vears m Mr. John K. Garnett, of
I Ian > Mr. T. I). I hirllngton,
\. The loaso Is to be of cf
ua'ry. 1002. ^ c should regret
to . Mr Darlington and his Inter
i i : . wife even in the Summor
moid - I hero is no more highly ap
pro* ited family In ibis city Hut the
I tin patrons of Glenn's will
r M i*. Darlington is distin
his courteous bearing
i Iiis i no business qualities,
u ii< ; know where in all the
h ? found a gentleman eo
and competent to know and
i| ale the wants of a worn and
ii health and rest tourist. In
u on a-, h isi of so popular
Hb mi Springs, justly popular
rated, will add to its great
favor with the public.
Booms to Kent.
;'. W. Hall has a double olllco to
rooms connected by folding
- Tl i rooms are on the game
nor ii ' xt lo his own otlloe, above
Mi M am's store. Anyone de
- r to ronl apply to Col. Ball.
flood Illings to I'.at.
made of "Clifton" Hour?a pure
redact II you don't cat bread made
Cl fton you don't eat the best
by T. N. Barksdale and
M. II. Fowler.
.V.-- Lucia Chiles and her guest,
Mi - M lib Tribhlu, of Anderson, who
have been visiting Mrs. Tcague in
Lau ?? n are expected to return home
lo Greenville News, 25th, inst.
Km i-ii; L.m liKSrs ADVKinisr.lt: ?
In your last issue you spoke of tin
fii?tout of Dick, Tom and Harry turn
in-j up the well buckets lu the "city of
I. .la. drinking out of them, as a
verv unclean and undesirable thing
It is \ -ira:.u'e that the City Coun
i ai ? ol ki |i a dipper chained at
pub wolls for people to drink
n ' ad of patting their proboscis
indi.-crii . v y into the bucket.
And i. i n tl o tilt by habit of Dick,
To and Hurry putting his hands on
llie well rope or chain and drawing..
' li? tilth to run from his
hands into the drinking water.
Now at Gre< a wood tho public woll is
1 ? pped with drawing apparatus
the inuti nevor touches the rope,
ai have a dipper chained to the
Laurons would do well to Imi
lat< Ure nwood In several tilings.
"Watkw Drink kr."
Green II ?'s political school opens
I ? ach< r> are getting around
i and of darkness. The speakers
im in her to indulge the plain,
Id, dark corner vernacular. Vor
i'otir I ousc not complete without
a - S o or Range. They are
ifua mi ? to cook to please you or
S. M. & E . II. Wilkcs.
es ar invited to Inspect the
"American Girl" shoo. It's sold and
K aranteed by .1. B. Minter .v Hro.
atest oll'er of the age?Nickle
lete with 10 inch ring top
lot shade and chimney. Nothing
it in a lamp of standard size over
olVcrcd before, only $1.30.
S. M. & K H. Wilkes.
? I'K ? Lad lea to do writing at
home. S'o humbug. Salary. $20.00
per inoi lb. Address,
MlSS Ai.ma PixSON.
A public mooting of all our citizens
l called for Friday morning
- ist 30th, In the Court House, to de
cide upon a date 'or the Fair.
W. II. DIAL.
ii. i\. Aikkn, Secretary.
Whether you want a trimmed hat or a
wo can suit you in both quality
Ilavi you purchased your Fruit Jars,
?1 oily Tumblers or Rubbers? If not
t'Oinc to us, we can save you money
S M. & E. II. Wilkes.
All miles and misses'slippers at and
belov cost. See them and prove it.
11 you want to make work for your
wife a pleasure como to us and pur?
? n c a Buck's Stove Or Hanges. They
uro guaranteed to cook to please you
or inoncj refunded.
S. M. & F.. H. Wilkes.
tiunllemcn Und everything they need
in tho way of furnishings at the cloth'
ill itoro of .1. L . M inter vv Pro.
Wc have a very pretty line of carM
in sets if you are lo: king for hand
nome wedding presents, Call in and
fu our lino of these goods.
S. M. Ac K. 11. Wilkes
Ladies' .-dippers worth $1.00, now
: those worth $1.60 now go at
U?cts, See thorn. The Hub,
What about a new hall rack for your
I i Wo havo quite a number to se
ifet Irom, and specially mention No.
110 quarion d oak, rubbod and polished,
height a feet 10 Inches, width 3 foot 2
Indies, with 2-1x30 French bevll mirror.
We oiler tbih rack for $17.?0, freight
S. M. & E. 11. Wilkes.
Before taking that summer trip, got
one (f those convenient and durable
-mi cases, prico 11.25 to $2.25, at
J. E. Minter it Bro.
Wc are offering all lOots. Lawns and
< Irgandies at 7cls., and all I?o and 20c
ones at lUots.
A t Isit to our . tore will convince you
thai we handle the largest and most
conplotc line of mantels, tiles and
grates of any store in this Slate. We
would like you to conic in and see these
goods, No trouble to show you.
S. M. h E. H. Wilkes.
Rvorything in Ladies', Misses' and
Children's slippers at und below cost.
ThetO are values you cannot afford to
pass. Tho Hub.
Loy.-' corduroy knee pants, from 0 to
25 years, the very thing for boys, at
J. E. Mieter A Hro.
The values on our 10 cents counter
are immense, it is wortli your attontlon
v- and time to como in and see for your
Rolf what 10cents will buy from us.
K. M. A K. H. Wilkes.
h 0 >>
)\e don t grudge giving largo space
this weokto the Kuoreo Reunlon^S
poolally th it the ruot I? recorded of live
brothers all all who g?,vo up their
lUC'Sfor the honor of Sjuth Carolina.
Tbo Southorn Proabytorlan ot Aua.
._d, is dovotod to the Southorn F.du
pationul I nstitutions of that donomioa
um, and Is handsomely Illustrated with
pictures ol the various colloges.
Mr and Mrs. S. L. Saxon and little
daughter and Mrs. S. G. Simmons have
^turned from Huntington, after a two
weeks visit to the family ol Dr. 0. A.
Miss llilman, of Lancaster, and Miss
Kennedy. ?( cilnlon who hnvo been
| ectoti to positions in the Graded
we k ttri 1,10 cily this
Married, at the residence of Mr. Wal
ter Barman, in this oounty, on the 21st
Vi mmV"s , W,.m? '?? Hawimn an,I
air. ii L. Poole; Rev. M. C. Comi)ton
Mr. T. .1. t'aslleberry, of Knoree.
was ol tin- aeeidontally killed on Mon
day morning at Columbia, In construct
ing a bridge ol the southern Hall
road, on tho Congarcc Ulver.
Mr. .I P.. Watkins loaves with his
ramlly for Uonea I 'nth next woek,
where ho will be in charge of a nour
ishing-cCh0ol. Mr. and Mrs. Watklns
will he groatly missed by a larjro
circle i>f friends m this community.
Tho paint brush has been liberally
applied along our fashionable boule
vard, Main Street, greatly t<> its help
in an aesthetic aspect. Uct other
streets follow the bright example. A
prominent visitor last week spoke of
Main as one of the handsomest street
in the Stall'.
Mr, and Mrs. VV. N. Wright, Mr.
loin Wright, Knox Simpson, Misses
Luollennd Nannie May Wright, and
Miss Mary Simpson arrived at home
Saturday afternoon after two months
?>f tent life in the North Carolina
Superintendent Brooks gives the
number of Bchool children in the County
at 8,715, an increase of Hoi over last
vear. This will reduce the per capita
apportionment, slightly, as taxable
property has not proportionately In
'I'm; aovkktiskr's force is indebt
ed for an invitat ion to tho picnic to he
given by the correspondents of I.aureus
' ounty News on Saturday next at Mad
den's. Wo appreciate tho kind atten
tion and will endeavor to ho present.
It is hound to be a merry, merry day,
anil we would regret to miss it.
Col. T. D. Crews, of this city, has
prepared, at the request of Gov. Mc
Swceuey, a sketch of tho life of Miss
Ann Pamela Cunningham, of this
county. She .vas author of the paper
signed "Southern Matron." which
made a greui Impression in tho 50V,
resulting in the purchase of Mt. Vor
non, the home of Washington, lor tho
Attention is railed to the advertise
ment of U. P. Mllain a Co. in an
other column. This enterprising and
wide-awake llrm are prepared to sell
you any and evorytlllng needed, from
a -.pool of thread to a four-horse
wagon. Bosldes their gonoral mer
chandise, they also tarry a full line
of undertaker's supplies, and will till
all orders promptly.
The rooms lately occupied by Milan)
& Co., on the same Hoor with Col. Hall's
law cilice. Apply at this olllce.
Will our renders be kind enough to
note ami keep In mind Dr. Dial's call
for a mooting In tho interest of our
Fair. Lot everyone come and take an
Interest with the purpose to make the
event a success, improving and enjoy
able bv all.
Build the City.
The builder of a city is a thousand
fold better man than the winner of
battles. A good citi/en of this town
commending our short article of last
week upon small industries, notes that
the flourishing towns In our neighbor
hood have four and live active building
associations. KllCOlirage people to build
and own their homes and you contri
bute to make a citv
They will break through and s'oal.
Last week thostoroof Mr. Ed Hender
son, at Barksdale, was entered at ni.lrht
and goods taken. About the same
time the stores of Messrs Dorroh & Pe
den,at <iray Court, were broken and
entered In the night time and goods
carried away. Two negroes have been
arrested and are in jail and it is prob
able other arrests will be made.
Death of a Good .Man.
Mr. John C. Chapman, a highly res
peotod citl/.en, died at his home near
Cross HUI on the 2.'U1 instant, lie was
a v< Lerall and aged about seventy years.
in early life he was engaged In teach
ing, but the later years of his life were
do voted to the farm. [Iowas a mem
ber of tho Baptist Church: a good man
and respected whorovor known. He
leaves surviving him a widow and two
son?, Kdward and Augustus Chapman
of Cross Bill.
The People's Loan und Exchange.
The annual moetlng of tho Stockhol
ders of the People's Loan and Kn
ehange Lank was holden In the city on
the 20th instant. The institution by
tho report of theofllcials is in Btrong
and healthy condition. The old hoard
Of DlreotOl'S was re-elected; W, A.
Watts,.!. W. Todd, A. Ii. Martin, . I.
H. Traynham, IV. U. Martin, VV. L.
Gray, J. H. Sullivan, J. <> 0. Fleming,
X. B. Dial. The Board elected the old
officers, President, VV. A. Watts, and
Cashier and Assistant Cashier, J, W.
Todd and 0. W, Time.
Colored Fanner's Instil ulcs.
President Thus. K. Miller, of the
state Colored College, Orangeburg, s.
C, is holding Farmers Institutes
through the State and the mooting f< V
this county Is appointed for Laurens,
Tuesday September 10th, at 11 a.m.
Colored farmers, ministers, teachers,
and white farmers arc all invited to 00
present and inlerchantro views. Tho
Subjects indicated for discussion are of
k'reat Interest to colored fanners. Their
wives are also invited.
President Miller is far and away the
ablest colored man in the State, and
what he has to say will be of service
and interest to the colored people.
Superintendent Jones is lure ami
the school will be opened on Monday
morning. .superintendent Jones de
sires as many of the patrons and Trus
tees to meet witll tho white school on
Monday morning at !> o'clock, as con
veniently can, when there will bo
some exercises which will be a stim
ulus and advantageous t<> all. Ho
also desires that all puplh. who have no
promotion card, above first grade,
to meet him at the school building Fri
day morning next for the purpose of
On Saturday afternoon at I o'clock at
the Graded School building there will
ho a meeting of teacher .-.
11' You Knew!
It' you knew what the miller knows,
and what your physician knows about
adulterated fjotir, you, too, would ln?
list on your grocer sending you "Clif
'lon". Try.*! It Is the best and pur
est. Mado at llransford Mills, Owons
boro. Ivy., and sold by T. N. Dark-dale
andM. Al.Vowlor* .
am) U1UKF NOTES of RECENT
Mr. j. WcIIm Todd is recuperating
lor a few weeks in Ashvillc.
Mrs. I). IJ. Counts and children have
returned from Henderson vlllo.
The Misses Hoyden, of Charleston,
are visiting Mrs. M. H. Babb.
Mr. und Mrs. N. B. I>ial iiave return
ed from Baltimore.
Miss Daisy Cumuilngs, of Spartan
burg, is visiting Mrs. I). A. Davis
Judge U. C. Watts returned on
l hursday to Cberaw.
Miss Maggie Smith is in Spartan
burg, the guest of Miss Ida Dolman.
Mr. C. M. Hobo, a loading business
man und citi/.en, is at Glenn Springs.
Mr. T. F. Simpson left Friday to join
his family at Porter Springs.
Miss Lee Nelson is spending a few
weeks in Baltimore.
Miss 15ess Hudgensis visiting friends
Mr. W li. Kiehev spent Saturday iti
Mr Tom Padgett, of Spartanburg,
was with relatives bore last week.
Mrs. P. A. Simpson and children arc
visiting in Spartanburg
Main Street near the square is being
pol'.sbed up a little.
The Methodist parsonage received a
coat of paint last week.
Mayor C. E. Gray went to Union Sat
Miss Annie Simpson has been at
Glenn Springs for the past fortnight.
Dr. li, 15, Hughes left a few days ago
to spond a few weeks in Virginia.
Mrs. W. E. Lucas came down from
Ashvllle for a few days hist week.
Saturday was all right for ration day
and t.jc crowd good.
Head 11. E, Gray's advertisement
Sec important changes in advertise
Veteran A, C. Owens, of Dials, was
in the city on Saturday.
Miss Sue Hudgens Is visiting at El
This is the last week of grace for the
children. The schools open Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Watts returned
from Waynesvillc on Monday.
Maj. Cunningham was up from Rose*
mont last Saturday.
Agent Hale Shands, of Clinton, vis
ited Dr. Albright on Saturday.
Messrs. W. E. Dobo and W. W. Wal
lace, of Young's were on the streets
Among the farmers on the streets
Saturday we observed Mr. Nat ustin.
Dr. .lohnS. Wollt, of Dial's spent
Saturday night in tho city with rela
This is the last week of the exciting
voting contest at the Palmetto Drug
Miss Tallulah Caino has returned
home after a visit of several week.- to
Mrs. W. W. Jones and Misses Con
nie and Willie Jone; have returned
from the mountains.
Mls? Nannie McClintock returned to
(>ra a few days ago after visiting friends
Mrs. S. S. Farrow and Miss Perrin
Farrow have returned from the sea
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Liangston came up
from Darlington last week to visit rel
atives ami friends.
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Simpson, of
Cross Hill, spent last Wednesday night
in the city.
Mr. and Mr . Alex 1. F.asterby, of
Charleston, are visiting relatives in the
Mr. L. W. Simkins and Mr. and Mrs.
S. M. Simkins spent Friday with Mr.
and Mrs. A. W. Smith, of Woodruff.
Misses Zelene Gray and Daisy Sulli
van are visiting at High Point, Harris
Lit Ida and Cross II 111.
Miss Rosalie Stewart, a charming
Charleston girl, is the guest of Mrs. J.
Col. Ceorge S. McCravy, I'nited
State Deputy Marshal, is in the city
visiting Iiis family.
Messrs. It. Fleming Jones and A.C.
Todd wcro at Glenn Springs for the
Gorman last Thursday evening.
Kx-Supervisor II, P, Adair, now of
Clinton, was with bis many friends in
the city on Saturday and had a cordial
Magnificent melons eontinucd to sup
ply the market last woek. What is
known locally as the Bradford seems
Mrs. W. 1). Simpson and Mrs. S. J.
Simpson, of Spartanburg, went down
to Lisbon a few days ago to visit Mr.
and Mrs. J. N. Wright.
We loam that live mowers were sold
in one day in the city, going out into
the country, This promises badly for
the hay market next Spring.
Mrs. Charles Bostlek returned last
week to Spartanburg after a visit to
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .fared D.
Mrs. .1. s. Drummondi wife of tho
County Supervisor, is, we learn with
regret, very ill at her home in Young's
Mr. and Mrs. Will Bowon, of New
port News, are visiting Mrs Mary
Dowen. Mr. Bowen holds a lucrativo
position in tho railroad sorvice.
Mr. T. P, Pool, who was reared in
this County, noar Tumbling Shoals,
died suddonly at his homo, in Green
ville, on Sunday night.
MisH Georgia Denning, one of tho
fair daughters of tho Old North State,
is visiting Mrs. J. W. Denning in this
The following gontlemon wcro in
the city Monday: Capt. J. W. Lanford,
of Lanford: Mr. Wade Culbortson and
A. W. Sims, of Waterloo,
Dev. 17. A. 0, Walkor, an aged
Method Is j minister, died In Columbia
on Saturday last. He was highly res
pected and had relatlvos in this county.
Mr. Ernest Hull', eldest Bon of Mr.
Augustus Huff, and a young man of
charactor and ability, has accepted a
position with tho South Carolina Cot
ton Oil Company in Orconvillo.
The Graded School building is un
dergoing much needed repalrsand will
1)0 fresh and clean for tho oponlng of
tho sehool noxt Monday. Superin
tendent Jones will arrlvo with his Bis
tors this week and occupy the late resi
dence of Mr. Watkins? on Main Street
"He who knows not, und knows not
that he knows not, isa fool. Avoid him.
"He who knows not, and knosvs that
ho knows not, is simple. Teach him.
"1 Ic who knows and knows not that
ho knows, is asleep. Wake him.
"Hut he w ho knows and knows thai
ho knows, lsa wise mau. Kollow him."
?Prom tho Arabian Proverbs.
He who buys his TURN] 1' SK.KI) of
us knows thai we have new crop seed
of all desirable varieties such as -
I ton Air Ruta Bagu,
Yellow Aberdoen and others,
This is a man of some judgement,
Kollow his example and get
SKKD THAT GROW from
The Laurons Drug Co.
103 West Main St.
'Phone 7ft Goods delivered,
In Memory of Little Ulce.
On Tuesday morning, July Oth, I On 1,
an Angel entered the home of Mr. and
Mrs. C H. Kinley and bore from earth
to Heaven their oldest child, LUIlo
Glee. Surely an Angel never carried
a more precious treasure from this to
another world. Wo hoped and prayed
that our little darling might be spared,
that we might not bo deprived of her
blessed little presence which brought
so much pleasure to her fond pa cut's
hearts. Hut God willed it otherwise
and wo can but bow in submission to
his Divine w ill. Hut should we mourn
her departure? Think dear cousins,
what a bright happy home your little
Glee has to-day! How tenderly she is
loved and protected: She has none
from us, but not forever. Only a few
more short days of disappointments,
sorrows and suffering shall have pass
ed, when wo too, If we will only prove
faithful, shall be called to come up
higher and enjoy with our darling lit
tle Glee that Bloasod Beyond, "whore
the wicked cease from troubling and
the weary are at cost."
On 10 Who Loved Hkh .
Why So Popular.
The popularity of "Clifton" Hour is
duo to its unoqualed quality?-absolute
ly pure, retaining all the nutritive and
healthful qualities of the llnestsoleoled
whoat. Call for "Clifton" if you want
the purest and best. Made at Brans
ford Mills, Owensboro, Ky. Sold by
T. N. Harksdale and M. H. Fowler.
Their Secret is Out.
AH Satliovillu, Ky., wch curious
to learn tho oauso of the vast im
provement in the health of Mrs. S.
P, Whittaker, who had for a long
timo, endured untold suffering
from a chronic bronchial trouble.
"It's all due to Dr. King's Now
Diacovory," writes her husband.
"It completely curod her and also
our littlo grand-daughter of a 80
vore attack of whooping cough."
It poaitivoly euros Coughs, Colds,
La (irippo, Bronchitis, all throat
and lung troubles. Guaranteed
bottles 50c and $1.00. Trial bot
tles froo at Laurens Drug Co.
The Marburg Crystal (ilas- Dipper
Is tho only glass dipper on the market
that has boon tried and proved entirely
satisfactory. The bowl is made of
toughened glass that will not brake,
wear out, nor leak, and with fair usage
will last a lifetime. Tho handle is made
of maple, nicoly enameled and Is joined
to tho bowl by a heavy nlckle plated
sleovo and ia tho most attractive and
durable dipper on the market. Only 10
cents will buy you ono at
S. M. A K. II. Wilkos.
A inoeting of tho Stockholders of the
I.aurons Kurnlturo Manufacturing Co.
is horoby called to be hold at the Com
pany's odlce, at Laurons, S. C, at II
o'clock, a. m., on tho 11th day of Sep
tember, 1001, for tho purpose of 0 >n
sidoriug a resolution of the Hoard of
Directors passed on August 18th, 1U0I#
recommending that the Capital Wt-ockj
of said Company he increased to Forty
E. II. WILKE8,
President and Treasurer.
I Key. Thomas Campbell! of Cross
i Hill. Laurens county, bus been on u
j pleasant visit to bis sister, Mrs. T. A.
Norton und family, ami other relatives.
This is his first visit tu Walhalla in
twenty-one years, of course ho found
our mountain pity and Its poop!o very
much changed during these years. He
was delighted ami ploased with Wab
halla's progress. Many years ago Mr.
Campbell studied law under the late
Judge J. .1. Norton an i was admitted
to too Bar and began the practice of
law at Laui ins with bright prospects
for his future success as a lawyer. b\?ob
inj? called, however to preach, he aban
doned the practice of law, and began
the groat work of preaching the Cos*
pel of Christ. He is an able and pop*
ular minister in the Christian church
und Isdoing a ^ood work among tho
peopleof that denomination We shall
he pleaded to meet Mr. Campbell again
1)0fore SO many years pass over our
heads.- Keowee Courier.
lust received four beautiful China
closets, fee thorn for yourself. Prices
s. M. a ifi, II. Wllkos.
We still have many desirable pat
terns in Lawns and Organdies, which
we oiler at prices that you cannot af
ford to miss. The Hub
Full supply Coats' spool Thread al
ways ou hand.
.1. K. Mlnt< r & Bro.
A hopeful widower living up at
Qreors, came down to Laurens county
the other day on a courting expedition
and, seeing Iiis lady love a short dis
tance away, became bo abscntminded
and so rattled or so frightened, or so
something, that ho walked up to and
fell headlong over a stump three foot
tall and three feet in diameter Now
these Laurens county girls though real
ly mystify in)- are not scarecrows.?
The "World's Greatest Fever Medicine.
Johnson's Tonic does in a day what
slow Quinine cannot do in ten days.
Its splendid euros aro in sinking con
trast with the feeble cures made by
If you aro utterly wretched, take a
thorough course of Johnson's Tonic
and drive out every trace of Malarial
poisoning. The wise insure their lives
and the wiser insure their health by
using Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic.
It costs?u cents if it cures: not one
cent if it docs not.
You know we sell the New Century
collar in all the newest stylos at lOcts.
each. J. B. Minter Si Uro.
Wo can supply all your wants in Mil
linery, and we guarantee you'll have
no cause for complaint.
Soe our 1?s cents shoos for men. Big
value. J. B. Minier Si Hro.
w. g. Gambroii, of this place( and
Or. Miller, of Cross Hill, left yester
day for an extended trip through the
North. They expert to take in the
Pun-Atuerieuu Kxposltlon at HutTulo
and a tour into Canada.
Mr. Q. Marshall Moore, who has
been in Germany for tho past year, has
arrived at home. Ho has been study
ing at Munich and has spent a large
portion of tho time In travels through
Germany and England. He speaks
Gorman like a "Dutchman," and talks
interestingly about his trip. It will be
gratifying to Mr. Moore's friends to
know that be has been offered a fellow
ship in Yale College and will accept.
He leaves for Yale in a few weeks,
The Ureat Hook and Paper Sale.
Until August 15th wo will oiler our
entire stock of books, (except school
books,) at loss than cost, for cash only.
?1.50 Ixioks, new. 81) cts.
1.00 books, leather covered, 115 eis.
2? books,.12 cts.
lf> books,. 7 cts.
.">0 box paper,.2i ots,
25 box paper,.12 cts.
Xow is your time anil the place.
Palmetto Drug Co.
Mr. William Henry I laser, of Cross
Mill, passed through Monday on his
way to Wbitiniro's, where he eocs to
open up tho firm of Llasor & Miller.?
To Save Her Child
From frightful disfigurement
Mrs. Nanuio Galloghor, of La
Grange, Ga., uppliod Buoklcn's Ar
nioo salvo to groat Boros ou hor
head and face, writoe its quiok
euro exoecdod nil hor hopes. 11.
works woudera in Soros, Bruises,
Skin Kruptions, Cuts, Bur us,
Scalds and Tiles. ?_'.").?. Curo guar
autoed by Laurons Drug Co.
THE L AURENS BAR
A N Y> LAW ITUM.
The UUdorslgnod nave thi-> day en
tered into a partnership f?>r iiie praotlco
of law in tin- Courts of thlsSUlto, ander
the name of Simpson & Cooper and will
promptly attend to all busluoSB 0U?
trusted to theni.
li. v. Simpson,
Li. A. COOl'KU.
HALL A SIM KINS,
Attorneys at Law,
Lauubns, South Cakolina,
We praotlco in all State mi l United
Slates Courts. Special atloullon given
A few of the bargains still loft
waists, Skirts, and
ALL SUMMER GOODS
still going at CUT PRICES.
Wo want to move everything
in those Hues so as to make room
for tho grandest Hu-, jf?
Dress Goods, Goat
Suits, Cloaks, Furs,
WAIST Skirts, Etc.
ovor shown in this section of
DAVIS, ROPER & CO.,
Tho Famous Dry Goods, Clothing
and Shoo Store.
LAUKENS, - - S. C.
can accomplish dainty cooking
on one of our
Buck's Stoves and Ranges
No dirt, no danger, no delay, no drudgery*
They are made with xxth century improvements.
FJafqes Have Yoti?
j[?r* Freight I'aid on all Purchases of $10.00 and up.
to the Hat Sale yet? It's the talk of
llio fowl. STAW HATS WORTH #1.50
going for >:> cents.
Come before Ihey arc all gone.
Laurent Cotton Mills Store.
T. C. LUCAS, Manager.
?i.e. SMITH, lite oldestdealor in Monumontsin Lanrens county,
?tili has his plftOO -?f businOSS it) Clinton. Dealor in tlio best
3? ^mh&si mil WwtMip p
native and importod from Italy and abroad. Tho latost designs, work
done in tho most artistic fashion, promptly, and terms reasonable and
satisfactory. He solicits yo.ltT patronage and thanks you in advance.
Your attention to the fact of Clinton's cxonptionuhlo railroad facilities.
Call und examine his yard.
J. C. SMITH, Clinton, &, C
Glenn Springs Hotel,
Glenn Spring, S. ('.
(JUEENOF SOUTHKliX SUMM MK RKSOKTS.
There ifl but one Glenn ?Springs and it ha on
the continent tor the Stomach, Liver, Kid in ys, Bowi i and Dlood,
Hotel Open from June 1st lo October 1st.
Cuisine and Service Excellent. It is up-lo-datc an.I Kverybodj
Goes There, For board ap|>ly lo
Simpson & Simpson.
t0* Water for sale by Laurcns Drug Co., I'almetln Diw
Co., Laurcns Cotton Mill Store.
THE OLD FIRM
tho Undortaking businoBfl at tho old stand. COFFINS, CASKETS
and ROBKB, and HEARSK, at fcko
? ^ L1WEST PH1CE$. 9
A contmuanco of tho gonorou patronage hitherto oxteudwd us
solicited. Rectfully KENNEDY I1ROS., Laurens, ?. C