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That the school children of South
Carol I a a and adjoining S* rites could
not spend n more prolltablo week any
where than at the South Carolina
Inter- State and West Indian Exposi
tion there can ho no question. Now
the at ?1st ant director general, Major
Algnr M. Wheeler, i* working to get
tho children to Charleston during tho
Easter holidays. In discussing the
matter yesterday with a representa
tive of Tho Sun-Jay News Major
Wo aro arranging t> have a school
week at tho Exposition, and special
efforts are baiog made to have the pu
pils, with their friends, parents and
escorts, visit Charleston. A holiday
will be gl von by nearly all the colleges,
unl vcrsitles, normal and other schools,
from Thursday befcro Good Friday
until tho second Monday following, a
period of ten days, and we expect the
greatest gatbo-Ing of the kind ever
held ia tho South.* The people of Chsr
les'on will throw open their homes for
tho entertainment of thiro visitors at
a nominal rato. The Exposition will be
at its best about that time and the edu
cational oxh?dts from tho many North
ern colleges nnd.schools, as well as those
from tho South, will have been com
pleted. There is great rivalry between
many cf tlie best educational exhibitors
of the country ard tho result will be
watched ior with much Interest."?
News ft Courier 19th.
NEW CENTURY COMFORT.
Millions are daily Unding a world of
comfort in Buck Ion's Arnica Salve. It
kills pain from Burm>, Scalds, Cute,
Bruises; conquers Ulcers, and Fever
Sores oures Eruption, Salt Ilhcuin,
Boils and Fe'ons; removes Corns and
Wans. Best Pile cure cn earth. Only
25o. at Laurens Drug Store.
Riscuit and Rolls.
Tho whitest, Pghtest, flakiest biscuit
and rolls are made of "Clifton" Hour,
and they are pure and wholesome, too.
Buy it and try it. For sale by M. H.
Fowler und T. N. Barksdale.
Our Special Sa'e is continued till
Saturday, 15th. If ycu have not at
tended, bo sure to do to during the
week. The Hub.
Good Things to Eat.
Are made of "Clifton" Hour, a
pure product. If you don't eat bread
made of "Clifton," yon don't eat the
bestbrtnd. For sale by M II. Fowler
and T. N. Barksdale.
Mis* Mary Rivers arrived in the city
from Clinton yesterday to spend Sun
day in the cby with relatives and
friends.?Spartanburg Herald, 9th.
If you have not attended our Special
Sale, another opportunity is afforded.
The time is extended till Saturday.
WANTED?A good, energetic, per
son in every locality. Will pay a lib
eral commission amounting from $3 to
$6 a day. Address Box ?7, Laurens,
House and Lot fob Salr.?Valua
ble house und lot for sale atGray Court
on easy terras. Known as the Dr. R.
G. Christopher place. Attached is
every convenience. Address Dr. A. J.
Christopher, Gray Court, S. C.
Get it Pure and Good.
If ycu buy Hour as food, see to it that
you got Hour that is pure and good.
"Clifton" answers every requirement.
For eale by M. U. Fowler and T. N.
Messr?. S. M. ft E. II. Wilkes,
Laurens, 8. C.?
Gents:?After using my Bucks 88 A
Emblem Stove for several weeks, will
say that 1 am well pleased with it; its
baking Is perfect. I would not lake
$100 for it if I could not get another
Mrs S. A. Leaman.
Se? our line of Mantels, Tiles and
S. H. ft E. H. Wlltrts.
Don't fall to visit our store this week.
You'll regret it if you do. Ask those
who attended Monday and Tuesday.
Buck's great White Enameled line
are the best ttoves on the markets.
Sold only by
8. M. ft E. H. WilkeB.
The prettiest line of sty'.isb neckwoar
just receivod J. 10. Minter & Bro.
See our line 1902 Model Baby Car
riages? thpy are the prettiest we have
S. M. ft E. H. Wilkes.
HEADS SHOULD NEVER ACHE.
Never endure this trouble. Use at
once the remedy that stopped It for
Mrs. N. A. Webster, of Winnie, Vs.,
she writes "Dr. King's New Life Pills
wholly cured me of sick headaches I
had suffered from for two years."
Cure Headacho, Constipation, Bilious
ness. 25c at Laurens Drug Co.'s drug
Messr?. S. M. ft E. H. Wilkes,
Laurens, S . O.?
Gents?I like my Buck's 38 A Fame
stove better and better every day. I
had not a partlclo of ditliculty with it,
and my baking is fine. I consider it
Mrs. J. 0. E'liett.
Laurens, S . C, Feb. 7, 1902.
BEST FOR THE SOUTH.
Every Gardener, Farmer and
Trucker should have) Wood's 1902
Descriptive Catalogue. It not
only gives reliable, practical, up
to-date information about all
Seeds, but also tho best crops to
grow, most successful ways of
growing different crops, and much
other information of special inter
est to every one who plants se-eds.
It tells all about
Vegetable and Flower Seeds,
Grass and Clover Seeds,
Seed Potatoes, Seed Oats,
Tobacco, Seed Corn,
Cow Peas, Sola,
. Velvet and Navy Beans,
Sorghums, Broom Corn,
Kaffir Corn, Peanuts,
fllllet Seed, Rape, etc.
Catalogue mailed free on request.
IT. W. Wood & Sons, Seedsmen, I
RICHMOND, ? VIRGINIA.
Albert C. Todd,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Every eise a Speola'ty. OOlce
In Law Range, South Harper Street.
Wanted-You to order jour whis
key for "personal use" from Coopor
Farming Distillery Co., Drovard. N.
O. Corn whiskey from $1.66 to 92 oc
per gallon; vessel Included. Rye from
12.16 to $3.15. Peach brandy $2.65. Ap
plo $2,16 per gallon.
A. F. cooper,
MODERN HOTEL TO RE IM 11,1.
A Great Thiug Projected for
A syndicate composed of such pro
mioent business men as Messrs. W. L.
and C. K Gray, J. W. Fowler and M.
3. Bailey of Clinton has boen formed
with the view of erecting a handsome
modern hotel on tiie site where tho
buildings of Messrs Ballfy and Fowler
Architects havo been in the city
drawing up plans for tbo hotel since
Monday and the gentlemen Interested
say that It Is almost a certainty that
they will be accepted and the hotel Im?
mediately built. The plans provide
for a thoroughly modern hotel, to con
tain forty-two bed rooms and to be
furnace heated, lighted by electricity
oto. It is a par: of the plan to havo
the up town telegraph olllco, the olllco
of the telephone company and tie
post-oflic^ located in tho building.
There will also bo one or two stores
for rent. The building is to contiin
three 6tories and will be built of briek.
If it is built it will be a splendid thing
for the to* n, and it is general y and
urgently hoped that It will. Tho pro
posed hotel is certainly tho most pop
ular topic of iho hour.
There seoms to be a gang of burglars
operating in tho community and it
would be well for citizens to put their
gcods and chattels under extra bolts.
Mrs. Elol8e Sboll's kitchen was enter
ed last Thursday night but entrance
into the dwelling was not effected and
on Saturday night Mrs. Swit/.or's
boarding-hcuso nnd Mr W. II. Gilker
6on's residence were entered. From
Mr. Gilkerson's tbo thelvos made oil
with eight dollars but at Mrs. Swltzer's
mad-j a email haul of less than a dollar.
The police will doubtbss bo unusually
vigilant and If nny more attempts are
made will be "on to" tho rogues.
Merchants who adver-tiso will please
remember that it will be impossible
f r us to mako changes in advertise
ments which aro brought in after neon
on Monday. It is exceedingly incon
vonient for the printers to make these
changes on Tuesday, and our friends
will gready oblieo us if they kindly
bear this in mind.
Tho admirable sale of old County
Bonds (Rd.) elfected last fall by Su
pervisor Drummoi.d, refunding $75,
000 of 7 per cents, nt 41, i? about com
plete. Tho (dd bonds are nearly all in
and tho money in tho hands of tho Su
pervisor to close out tho transaction.
A f-aving of shout, $2,0;I0 annually is
effected and Our energetic Supervisor,
Drummond, is entitled to great credit
for this skilful hsndling of an Impor
tant HnarclHl matter.
Mrs. W. 10. Mong entertained the
Mystic Club at logomachy on Friday
afternoon. Logomachy, though a vory
fashionable gamo elsewhere, Is an in
novation in Laurens and thus possessed
the additional charm of novelty for
the majority ( f the guest*.
Mis. Aleng was as.-i-trd in receiving
by Miss Finm'.o Meng and Miss (..Urn
Dainty refre.-hments were served at
the expiration of the game.
Mrs. Meng leaves in a short time to
join her husband at Darlington, to the
great regret of the "Mystics" nnd her
many other friends.
Deatli of Professor .1.1). Anderson.
Professor J. D. Anderson died at his
homo In Huntsvillc, Alnbnma on the
fourth of this month. Professor An
derson was the father of Mrs. George
F. Young ?nd a brother of Mrs. W. L.
Bo}d of this city. Other rolatives in
this Stato are Dr. David Anderson of
Fairview and Mr, George Anderson,
formerly of this city but now of R ck
Hill. Professor Anderson h:.d many
friends and was in high esteem in this
city. lie was prominent in educational
work throughout a long and usofol lifo
and twenty years ago was tbo presi
dent of tho Laorensville Female Col
lege, which has since passed out of
existence but was at that l imo a success
Puss in Boots.
On the evening of the 21st tho spec
tacular drama of "Puss in Boots" is
to bo given in the Opera House by
amateurs under tho direction of Mr.
Loo, a professional entertainer who
has given the play with great success
in tho choif cities and towns of the
United States. The proccods will go
to the Daughters of iho Confederacy
who are much interested in the sue
cess of the entertainment. Arout oce
hundred nnd fifty children wi 1 tako
part and tbero will bu beautiful drills
in which the little ones will appear.
There will also be about thirty grown
ups in the cast:' Mr. Lse furnishes his
ownsctnery, which is very beautiful
and there will bo special features, as
the electric snow storm which will bs
brilliant and effective Tlcke's will
cost tlfty cents all over tho house and
there will bo no resorved sento.
Little Teddy Heos velt is sick with
pneumonia, nt school, in Mass , and his
parents could not eomo to Charleston
according to appointment. Everybody
will hope for the lad's early recovery.
Editor Lau kens Advertiser:
Allow me to thank you for offering
the free trip to the Charleston Exposi
tion, and also the people over the coun
ty who elected me to take It.
I think I will go to Charleston about
the first of April, and will let you hear
from me whon I return.
Thanks, many thanks,
Gray Court, S. C.
Don't think less of your system than
you do of your hou?e. Give it u
thorough cleansing, too.' Take Hood's
C. & W. C. 1000 Mile Books Good
Over Plant System.
Tho Charleston and Western Caroli
na Railway bog to announco tint ar
rangements havo been pei fected, eit> c
tivo at once, whereby 1000 mile books
of their issua will bo honored over all
parts of tho Plant System ol Railways.
This arrangement will uo doubt be of
interest to the travelling public.
W. j. Ckaio,
' General Passcngor Agent.
"Waterloo School District.
A mee'lng of all llioso in Waterloo
School District who return real or
personal property is called to hold nn
elect'on on the 2Kth instant, during
tbelogal hours for holding elecMons,
at Ander?on*8 Hall, In ths town of Wa
terloo? on tho question of voting a
special tax in aid of said school.
D. C. Smith,
Chairman Board Trustees.
W. H. Wbarton , Soc'y.
THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE,
Cors'sts In keeping all the main or
gans of the body in a boalthy, regular
? action, and In quickly destroying
deadly disease germs. E'ectrio Bittors
, regulate ?tomau'n, Liver and Kidneys,
purify the blood, and give a splouuid
I appetite. They work wonders in cur
ipg Kidney Troubles, Female Com
plaints. Nervous Diseases, Constipa
tion. Dynicpaia, and Malaria. Vigor
ous health and strength always follow
thtlr use. Only 60o. guaranteed by
!>%uren? Prag Co., druggist.
VXD BRIEF NOTES OF RECENT
Dr. W. C. Irby and Miss Claudia
Irby spent Sunday at Clinton.
Miss Alleine Miller, of Cross Hill,
spent Monday in tbe city.
Mrs. E'olse Sholl Is visiting rolatives
Col. II. Y. Simpson spent Sunday In
Mrs. T. F. Simpson left on Sunday
for Augusta to visit relatives.
Mrs. W. II. Anderson returned on
Sunday from the Exposit:on.
Bryan's Commoner and The Ad
vert18er for |1 ??.
Mr T. D Dar'lngton visited Char
leston and the Exposition last week.
(Jet tho Atlanta Journal, Southern
Cultivator and Advkrtisku for $1 7?">.
Missllennie Brown Is visiting friends
at Cross Hill
Miss Claudia Irby leavos to-morrow
to visit friends in Newberry.
Miss Hosa Hudgens is visiting rela
tives at GatTaey.
Miss Khlnehart, of Lineolnton, N. C.,
is expected In the city this week to
visit Misa Connie Jones.
Miss Kverlyn Jones, of Carbersvlllc,
Ga., Is visiting her sister, Mrs. John
Subscribe for the Sunny South and
tho Constitution. Wow is your oppor
Dr. H. K. Aiken and Master Gus
Hart left in Saturday for the Expo?l
Mrs. J* H. Sullivan and Miss Meta
Sullivan loft on Saturday for the Ex
The Weekly Constitution. Tho Sun
ny South and The advertiser for
*2.25. Read tho offer.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Gar^ott, of
Greenwood, spent Sunday with rela
tives in tho olty.
Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Plnson and Mr.
and Mr?. M. T. Simpson, of Cross HIP,
were In tho city Monday.
Thk A dvertiser and the Weekly
Constitution for $1.76. See ad in this
Miss Lucille Wright and Miss Min
nlo Ligon are visiting at Paeolet this
Mr. Willie Anderson goes North In
a few days to buy the Spring stock for
Davis & Roper's great store.
A large crowd is expected from New
berry to see the presentation Oi "Puss
in Bo. ta."
Road tho splendid clubbing offers
this wock. Subscribe for "Tho Com
moner, or Tho Atlanta Constitution.
Mr?. W. R. Dillinsham, of Spartan
burg, bnd Mrs. White, of Greenville,
have been the guests of Mrs. J. A.
Copelur.d for several days.
Messrs T. O. Cothran, of Greenville,
and George Johnstone, of Newberry,
were in the city last week attending
The Daughters of tho Confederacy
will meet on the evening of the 27th at
the resldenco of Mrs, W. E. Lucas, to
re-elect oltk'ers for another year.
Mr. W. F. Cloveland, now of Fair
field County, but a genuine Laurens
boy, was in the county and city last
week, visiting relatives and friends.
The Advertiser Is indebted to the
courcesy of Senator 13. R. Tillman for
a handsome copy of Congressional Di
rectory, 1st Session, 67th Congress.
Mr. Shayer, now of Cincinnati, but
formerly of Laurens, is visiting rela
tives in the city and paid The adver
tiser a pleasant call. Hi* friends
were delighted to see him looking well.
"Puss in Boots" has been beautifully
presented at Greenville, Spartanburg,
Newberry and other towns in th? State,
and it is expected to be a great success
Wo are In receipt of a handsome
booklet containing an invitation from
the citizens of Cincinnati to the For
mal Opening of the Cincinnati Build
ing at tho Exposition, Charleston,
Mr. J. D. Adams has been appointed
Assistant Deputy Cnited States Mar
sha', and astumed tho duties. Mr.
Adams is an entirely efficient gentle
min and has many fr!ends in Laurens
who are glad he gets the place.
We regret to learn of tho death of
Charley Machray, son of Mr. W. L.
Machray, near Tylersvillo, on yester
day morning. He suffered with pneu
monia, was twenty years old and a fire
youth. The parents have a large cir
cle of friends who extend their sympa
Wo note in tho "State's" correspon
dence from the'iColumbla Female Col
loge that Miss Wlllou Gray, the bright
young daughter of Mr. W. L. Gray,
hfis been elected recording Secretary
of the Wightman Literary Society and
V Ice-President of the Y. W. C. A.
Miss Mary Flko Is President of the
Y. W. 0. A.
Tho beautiful Iron bridge over Little
River, on North Harper Street, Is
completed and a very hundsome struc
ture and an ornament to the oity.
Work si ill goes on on North Harper
Street, but It will soon be In goodshape
and one of tho best thoroughfares in
town. It will be of great convenience
as It is the most direct route to the oil
mill, where so much cotton Is hauled
Mr. Lewis Hum3, an octogenarian,
was in the oity and called on The An
VEirriSEK. Ho is now eighty-two and
6tll) pursues the ancient and honora
ble calling of a farmer and watches the
sca'ons. He attributes our cold Springs
to the cutting away of the forests to
and beyond our mountains. He says
his cat crop Is destroyed nnd bo will
sow tho last week in this month.
Rev. W. S. Holmes and family leave
Laurens tills week to tho very general
regret of their many frienda in the
community of all denominations. Mr.
Holmes goes to Columbia where ho
?111 havo work under Rev. Joyner, tho
arch-deacon of tho colored Mission
work In this Slate, and Mr?. Holmos
and MISS Loizo Holmes will fur the
present vieit at Florence.
Mr. J. D. Adams, as administrator
of the estate of his lato wlfo Mrs. Mag
gie Adams, sold at public outcry on
(Saturday M'S. Adam's btock of dry
goods and millinery. Mr. George Wal
ker purchased the stock at forty cents
on the dolUr, and It is understood, wiil
continue to run the business, wb'ch he
took charge of a few weeks ago.
The engagement! f Miss All'.ene Mil
ler and Mr Edward I.oamau, of Cross
Mill, is aniioiiucod, tho wedding to
take p ace on the evonlmr of the 10th
of this month. Miss Miller is tho
charming and accomplished daughter
of Mr. W. M. Mlllor. one of the moot
promlucnt citizens of the county and
Mr. I.eamrn 1? a lei.diug young bu*l
nc?a roan of Cross HIM. The wed
ding will be a beautiful home affair
and an in'.orcatlng soci.il event.
They are Here!
Our Supply of New Crop
Seed for Market Gardens.
We can give Truck growers
who buy in quantities as
Low Prices os those of any
reliable Seedsmen. Our
Seed come true to name
and are tosted.
Seed for Merchants.
We can supply smaller
dealers with half and full
quantity papers to retail
at 2la and 6 cen'.s per pa
Seed for small Gardens.
Wo have a full 6tock of pa
pprs in all the best varie
ties. In Onions wo can
Yellow and -SETS.
IN PEAS?Morning Star,
First and Best, Champion
of England, Early May,
American Wonder, Mar
BUNCH BEANS?Early Valentine,
Green Pod, Mohawk,
Black Wax, Golden
POLE BEANS?Ky. Wonder, Crease
line, Corn Field.
M ELONS?Rocky ford, Cantoloup, Rat
Give ou*r seed a trial and you wont
often lese a crop. Old and inferior
seed are dear at any prico. Wo havo
a Book called "09i) Questions and An
swers" about Soed. Anything you
want to And out come in and see If wo
cant answer It for you.
The Laurens Drug Co.
103 West Main St.
'Phone 76 Goods delivered.
if you Knew !
If you know what the miller knows,
and what your physician knows about
adulterated flour, you, too, would In
sist on your grocer fending you
"Clifton." Try It. It is the best und
purest. For sale by M. H. Fowler and
T. N. Barksdale.
A few Bicycles already received by
us, and we are offering some special
bargains in them.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes.
Last week we received throe folding
beds from the sample floor of the Fur
niture Exposition at Grand Rapids.
S. M. & E. II. Wilkes.
We have just received an early ship
ment of white Goods?India Linens,
Elaln and oheoked Nains.oks, Persian
.awns, etc. Call and see thein.
Notice to Creditors.
ALL persons having claims against
the Estate of the lateO. P. Edwards
are required to present them to the
undersgned by the 23d of February,
next, or they will be barred.
W. P. COKER,
Jan. 22, 1902. Executor.
To My Customers and Frionds.
I am still soiling Guano and Acid,
and will fill your orders on short notice.
Also have some second-hand Buggies,
and some one and two horse wagons
8ee tho mvdes and horses belonging
to To id, Simpson & Co., and to myself
for sale at Todd's Corner.
A. HUFF, Agent
for Virginia Carolina Chem. Co.
This signature is on every box of tun genuin?
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
the remedy that ?nrea n cold la one day
A NEW LAW FIRM.
The undersigned hsve this day en
tered into a partnership for the practice
of law in the Courts of this State, under
the name of Simpson & Cooper and will
promptly attend to all business en
trus'ed to them.
R. A. Cooper.
Dr. Rolfe E. llughes,
tW Offloe in Dial Block?over Pal
metto Drug Store.
Specially prepared for Examin
Troating diseases of Kyo,
Bar. Throat and
&diseases 01 juyo,
Watch Us Growl largest Store under one roof
? in Upper Carolina!
DAVIS, ROPER & CO.
Wo want to thuuk the people, and our customers generally, for the
valuable patronage they have given us in the past, and as
6iir.) them that they will always lind us with an
Good Merchandise, with prices that
cannot and will not be undersold!
Our Mr. Davis and Mr. W. H. Anderson will leave for Northern
Markets Monday, February 17th, to buy our Spring Stock.
Don't buy Spring Stock till
you see our line, because we
can save you money!
DAVIS, ROPER & CO.,
1 L^^S*^ c
ake Your Profit in Quality,
We Make Our Profit in Quantity.
Buck's Stoves and Ranges
Combine all that is latest and best in tho way ol economy, durability and
easy cooking. They could not bo bettor if they cost $50 <?0 each.
This Testimony Speaks for Itself
Mountvillo, S. C, February 5th, 1902.
Messrs S. M. & E. II. Wilkes,
Laurens, S. C.
Gentlemen:?I desire to express my complete satisfaction with my
^ No. 38 E Buck's Regeut Stove I bought of you th) latter partof last December
I find it very economical in evevy particular, consumes about one-half the wood
niy old one did, its draft is wonderful, the baking perfect and an ornament to f^V/
g| the kitchen. 1 believe it is tho best all around stove that any manufacturer has b<J
?J ever designed or produced. I shall cheerfully recommend it to all parlies who ?9;
designed or produced
Yours very truly,
VV. A. TEAGUE.
A good place to Trade.
Laurens, 8. C.
TAKE notice that on the 13th day of
March, 1902, I will render a final ac
count of my acts and doings as Ad
ministrator of the estate of A. O. Mar
tin, dee'd., in tho Ollico of Judge of
Probate for Laurens County, at l1
o'clock, a. m., and on the saruo dato
will apply for a final discharge from
my trust as administrator.
All persons having demands against
said estate will ploaso present them on
or before that day, proven and autben
tioatcd, or bo forever barred.
J. D. MILLS,
Feb. 10, 1002 it Administrator.
Guanos and Acids.
I am now handling Royster's Guanos
and Acids, which are well known to the
public and have been tested and found
first cln; s, and are warranted in cvtry
Also, Obcr's Guano, which has an es
Parties wishing to purchase, can find
me at Palmetto Drug Company, whero
I will be plenned to givo them prices,
W. C. IRRY, Sit.
Jan. 2.1, 1q02?3m.
Slate of South Carolina,
Colurobln, Newberry & Laurens R. R.
Company, PlaintitT, against The
Goldvillo Manufacturing Co , The
South Carolina Loan <fc Trust Co.,
Tho Peoples National Hank of Char
leston and P. J. Pel/.er, Jr., Do
fondants.?Order for Receiver aad
BY virtue of an order heroin passed
by Hon. D. A. Townsend, Curcult
Judge, all and singular the creditors of
the paid The Goldvillo Manufacturing
Company, aro hereby notified *o pre
sent ar.d file with tho undersigned, at
tho office of Schumpert ?fc Holloway,
at Newberry, 8. C, their claims and
demands, within sixty days from tho
dato of sa'.d ordor, or be disbarred from
the benefits of the Decree to be here
inafter rendered in this action.
O. L. SCHUMPKRT,
Jan. let, 1902 ?41.
Hi e. gray j. c. pi1baly.
GrBAY & 8HEALY,
DRESSED and UNDRESSED
in boili states for Lumber Buyors.
Better than average quality at
less than avcrago prices.
Material for tho Builder
Fanner or Householder,
at figures below regular.
of all kinds, grades and dimensions.
All reliable, well-seasoned stock.
Toll us your noeds and wo will quote prices.
Mantels, Columns, Scroll Work a Specialty.
OBA\ & SHEALY, Laurons, S. ?.
* K'.oven-room brick houso, in rear of store, to rent. Possession
given 1st of .1?unary, 1002.
For the next 15 Days we
willoffer our entire lino of One
Dollar, fine wide ali-wool, Ve
netian and Broadcloths at l>Oe.
These goods are all tliis^eason?
purchase pud ciiiln*acfgi^
Those who are on the look
out for a nnce Black Dress of la
test weave, fast dye and periei
finish at a moderate cost, hei
end your quest at
W. G. Wilson & Go**
THE OLD FIRM
the Undertaking business at the old stand. COFFINS, CASKETS
and ROBES, and UEAKSK, at tho
, LOWEST PRICES.
A oontinaanoe of the gonorou patronago hitherto extended 119
KENNEDY BROS., Lauron?, S. C