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LAURENS, H. C, Jnuo 4, 1002.
Goods Roads are absolutely
necessary in this county. Bad
road? and poverty stricken
people aro inseparable. Good
roads double the value of lands
aud make farmers prosper.
They should be built, they must
be built, even if it require
higher taxes. Permanent good
roads Laurens must have.
Tiro Kinds of Democrats.
One kind of Democrat believes in
sticking to the party unless it violates
bis oonvlotlons of right. Such was
Senator Tillman when he advised Dem
ocrats in 18!i(i to bolt the National Con
vention unless it would endorse free
silver at 16 to 1. Another kind of
Democrat believes in sticking to tho
party organization through thick and
thin. That is Senator Tillman in 15)02
when lie advises pledging Congres
sional Candidates not to bolt the party
on uny account. Times change and
Tillmans chango with thorn. In 1807,
when candidate McLaurin was accused
of being chock full of Republicanism,
perhaps some Laurens men supported
him who now denounce him because he
votes according to the principles be
then up-held. A man may be guilty of
the crime of inconsistency. A man
may occasionally bolt and come out a
winner. McLaurin's sin was in bolting
alone. Had ho bolted in a crowd be
wouid have been a good man. "If I
know my people at home want a thing,
La timer's convictions' are laid aside."
So said Congressman Latlmerat Wares
Shoals. If he is not a statesman what
is be? If a politician votes against the
wishes of the majority because bis con
science and his intelligence tell him
that the majority is wrong, isn't he a
traitor and a pup? Isn't he still worse
?a fiop-eared fool? If a man would be
a politician must, be not crawl out of his
manhood? If a politician would be a
man must he not shuck o!T his politics?
These questions uro referred to the
simple-minded for reply. Take THE
ADVERTISER'S advice and never tail
the ticket. The man who is beaten is
the biggest rascal unhung. Mr. Mc
Laurin is beaten in South Carolina and
it is nice to kick him. When he is a
Judge he will be a good fellow and will
not be kicked?by people whose kicks
By tho way, have your tax receipts
proven that South Carolina politicians
are tho ablest and best on earth?
Compare your tax receipts of recent
yeard. What is tho bebt evidence of
real improvement?lower taxes or
fine speeches from tho stump?
We seriously doubt if it be possible
to produce a sufficiency of fried chicken
in Laurens County to satisfy the
candidates and other orators this sum
Last your over 19,000 bales ol cotton
were sold on the Laurens market. And
the crop was short. That cotton mifl
on tho hill is a good asset to this town.
Mr. Appelt is a candidate for re
election to the Senate from Clarendon
County. Clarendon will bear watch
Col. Bryan ia still for free silver at
16 to 1,?which even South Carolina
has practically abandoned.
Laurens County Conventions have
resolved tremendously during tho last
12 years. Has It paid?
Mark Hannaowns Ohio as completely
as Ben Tillman owns South Carolina.
Why shouldn't he?
It the bus'.noes of this town was not
Increasing fast, a new $15,000 freight
depot would not be needed.
After the grip, or othor serious ill
ness, Hoad's Sarsaparilla is tho medi
cine to take to restore the appetite and
Crops need rain very badly, snd
small grain is very sorry.
Mr. Will Little is visiting bis pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Little.
Mrs. John Wilson is visiting friends
and relatives in this community.
Mr. Reed Todd and charming sister,
Miss Bossle, vi6ited Miss Lula Dounon.
Mrs. Dr. Mosely visited at Madden'a
Station last Friday.
Mrs. Geo. Olardy visited he r brother,
Mr. Willio Pool, last week.
Miss Ella Peterson has returned
from Whltmlre. where she has been
The school at Sandy Springs clo sed
Children's Day In this community
will be on Saturday before the first
Sunday in June. The public. Is invited.
Dr. and Mrs. Hallie Young visited
Dr. G. F. Moseley's family last week.
Messrs. E. H. and L. R. Dlllard vis
ited their parents last Sunday.
Rev. E. C. Watsou preached an able
sermon to a large congregation last
Good wishes to The Advertiser
? and its readers. Sweet Shrud.
Deafness Cannot Be Cored
By local application an they cannot
reached the diseased portion of the
ear. There is only one way to cure
deafness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness Is ca?sed by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin
ing of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a rumb
ling sound or Imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, Deafness is
the result, and unless the Inflammation
can be taken out and this tube restored
to its normal condition, hearing will
be destroyed forever- nine oases out of
ten are caused by Catarrh, whtob Is
noluiug but an Inflamed condidltoo of
the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any caee of Deafoess caused by
catarrh that cannot be oured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Sold by Druggists, 75o. j
Hall's Family Pills are Hpe best.
WHO GET PENSIONS.
Veterans and Widows of
What the Classes Include and How
Much Each Receives Annually?A
Confederate Roll of Honor.
Below are the Confederate Pension
ers of Laurens county.
Class A?Includes veterans totally
disabled from war wounds; income not
Class B?Those who lost a limb in
war, income not over $150.
Class C (1)?Those disabled by
wounds, income not over $150.
Class C (2)?Soldiers 60 years old or
over, and income not over $75.
Class C (3)?Widows of tboso who
lost lives in service of Stato or Confed
erate States, income not over $100.
Class D?Soldiers' widows over 00,
income not over $100.
J N Culbertson.
H P Blakeley, N B Guinn. O H
Hughes, N W Nash, J M Simpson,
Beoj, M Wells, J H Williams.
Class c. No. 1.?$48.00.
D I Armstrong, J E Ba'dwln, J O
Brown. Ma.eon Elmore, M D Estees,
T B Pranks, 11 Goodman, James Ham,
O C Hellams, William Koon, W B
Lamb, L M Langston, J P Leopard, W
W *j>we, Mansel Owens, J A Phillips,
I J A Puckett, A T Tumor, W F Sura
merel, Spencer Woods, S J Workman.
Class c. No. 2.?$19.05.
It W Allison, M V Abercrombie, W
11 Adams, David Anderson, Jonathan
Babb, John B Bagwell, J M Bishop, T
H Bobo, James Bolt, M 8 Boyoe, A J
Bradley, Miles Brag*, J H Bryson, M
Ii Bullock, J J Burton, C M Bishop. J
R Erownleo, John Burdette, P W Bur
gess, W A Cheek, Y J Cooper, 8 B
Olardy, Strawback Coker, M Y Curry,
W T Compton, G L Crisp, Robert A
Cunningham, N B Curry, W J Doug
lass, A B Dameron, John Elder, Madi
son Elmore, Enoch Eubank*, M S
Fuller, W H Franks, W S Fuilor, James
Gardner, F M Jennings, John S Green,
Hugh Gre.vlish, J R Godfrey William
l id lams, E W Griffin, James L Heffer
man, D L Hellams, L A Henderson,
vv" E Henderson, Isaao Henning, B F
Hill, W R Hill, I-a Holcorab, R M
Hughes, John E Jones, R R King, J M.
Knight, Richard Knight, S V Kuight,
W L Knight, Henderson Lindley, B G
Lowe, Thomas Lindlov, 1) E Madden,
John H Madden, J U Mirier, C P
Martin, D. Martin, Lewi. Martin,
Harrison Mitchell, George W Moore,
J M Mooro, R FI Moseley, Allen Motes,
G W Monroe, N Y Manley, John
Magaha, Foster Nelson, W A Nelson,
H Tillman NelsoD, John T Owens,
Jesso Oaeal, James M Owings, M B
Owings, D L Pollard, J P Prince, T R
Kiddle, Barnett Robertson, John M
Sullivan, Charley Simpson, J T Skel
ton, A J Sn)der, J H Saxon, J It Sloan.
T 8 Sloan, Thomas Stalllngs, J H
Summerei, James M Suttle, W H
Terry, N C Todd. Elijah Tucker, J M
Tumbling, F O Vaughn, T J Watklns,
E C Watts, Harvey Woods, Kollett
Woods, William Hellams.
Class C. No. 3.?$48.00.
v Mary Abercrombie, Hannah Arm
strong, Margaret Balentlne, Sarah A
Bradley, S E Bramlett, R O Burns,
Elizabeth Brooks, Elisabeth Burton,
M F Cheney, Margaret Chestine,
Tempo Cook, Susan Culbertson, E. E
Curry,' Isabella Garrett, S A Hipp,
Martha A Kennedy, Sarah O Kernels,
Margaret M Lovering, M A McDanlel,
Eliza Madden, I J Moore, C H Motes,
Rebecca Motes, P E Nelson, Elizabeth
O?borne, Nancy E Putman. Martha
Richards, Ann Riddle, Harriet E Rid
dle, L M Riddle, Elizabeth Rowland,
Sarah M Sexton, A F Sherrard, Nancy
Spelts, Emoline Sumerel, M A Thoma?
son, Sarah E Todd, Fannie B Wolff.
Class C. No. 4.?$19.05.
Nancy Anderjon, F A Adair. E A J
Boyd, Martha Boyd, L O Burdett, Mar
tha E Davis, Frances Creamer, Tem
perance Davenport. Mary E Dickert,
N A Entrokln, Charlotte Farrow, Ed
ney Fuller, Nancy M Fowler, Isabella
Fuller, Mary A Fuller, Nancy Golding,
Polly Anu GoBnell, Cornelia Griflin,
Sarah Guinn, N E Grant, Sarah Gray,
Harriet Hanback, Mary E Hill, Mi
nerva Hill, Caroline II itch, Elizabeth
Hitch, Jane A Hudson, Francis Knight,
Amanda Langston, M L Lawson, Re
becca Lavln, Agnes Leaman, Nancy
Idles, Patsy Ling, M C Lyon, Judie E
McAteer, Mary E Madden, 8 M Nance,
Caroline Nelson, Maggie W Nelson,
Mahala Owen*, Caroline Owlngs, L A
Paine. Mnry A Power, Laura Patton,
Jane E Philson, C H Pitts, Lou O Pitts,
Nancy Ray, Hulda Reeder, Cully F
Riddle, Clementine Rose, Susan 81ms,
E Jane Mith, Caroline Saxon, Martha
C Sims, Lucretla Smith, Mary R
South, Tabitha Stephens, M N Stewart,
Caroline C Swink, Anna Taylor, M J
Taylor. N A Templeton, Henrietta
Tumblin, Lettie F Walker, Kittera
Whitley, Sallle A Word, M F Vaughn,
M F Ycargln, Mary E Culbertson, Car
IasKED, ANSWERED AND D0D6EI
Among the thousands of questions
chunked at The Advertiser during
tho past week were the following, with
Would you advise me to join the
newly organized German Club? So
I see a German Club has been or
ganized in Laurens. Would you advise
not to join it? Pleasure Pursuer.
I am in love with a man who has
courted mo for 23 years but 1 have re
jeoted him because he drinks. What
shall I do about It? Little Maudee.
Marry him. He Is Immune to the
effects of Fuss X by this time.
Is "Little River" big enough to be
called a river? Interrogation.
Well, bridges over It cost river prices.
The regular June examination for
teachers county certificates will be held
on Friday June 13th in the Court House.
The State Board has deoidod, in or
der to encourage applications for State
certificates upon examinations, to per
mit applicants to stand for State cer
tificates at the examinations conduct
ed by the County Board of Education
for county certificates. The appli
cants for State certificates will stand
on the first grade questions, and on ad
ditional questions, more advanced and
The State Board will grade .the pa
pers, and if the average per cent, at
tained is 85, will issue a State certifi
cate if the applicant be found other
wise worthy. Tho State certificate so
granted will be good for ten years.
Charles F. Brooks,
County Superintendent of Education.
Notice to Ice easterners.
Ice will be delivered at 76 ots a hun
dred. This is due to the increase in
i cost. This does does not affect out
standing ticket*. Satisfaction is guar
The candidacy of Col. John T Sloan
of Columbia for Lieutenant-Governor
flings a new liebt upon that raoe. Col.
Sloan ran for this office two years ago
and was iu the second primary. Ho is
a safe man, a man of achievements and
attainments who would Gil tho office
with eminent satisfaction to tho peo
ple. Liko Col. Talbert he was a boy
soldier of the Hampton Legion and his
war record will commend nlm to tho
veterans of tho Confederacy. Col.
Sloan will receive a fine vote in Lau
ren* County. In fact Talbert and
Sloan will be a popular combination
for tho places at the head of the ticket.
Mr. Heyward will get lots of Laurens
votes for Governor as will Frank 13.
Gary for Lieutenant-Governor.
A prominent farmer told THE Au
vertiser man that Edgar llabb would
make a lit member of the legislature.
It Is whispered that Laurens may
have a candidate for Congroes?but
not this year.
Now It seems to be understood that
Leon J. Williams, of Edgofleld, and the
dispensary will not bo a candidato for
Former Congressman Stanyarno Wil
son is iu the eity for a short visit. Mr.
Wilson is a candidate for Congress this
year. Ho is well known throughout
the county and always receives a warm
Mr. Roosevelt appointed Cant. Ca
pers' mao, Harris, postmaster of Char
leston. Capors is said to havo placed
his foot down very flatly against the
appointment of any but a white man.
Which is to Capers' vast credit.
James Causler of Tirzah, S. C, a
candidato for Railroad Commissioner,
was in tho city Monday.
Tribute to Mrs. Dora IL Copelaud.
In loving memory of Mrs. Dora
BadgettCopeland, wifo of Mr. W. J.
Copelaud, oldest daughter of tho lato
Mr. Thomas and Mr?. Susan P. Bad
gett, died March the lntb.
Truly tho ways of Providence are
mysterious. Death under all eircurr.
stances is a serious thing, but whou wo
see the mother suddoatly snatched
away from a life of usefulness and
home of love, our harts feel most koen
ly tho sorrows of bereavement. Could
the united prayerso;' weeping children,
husband, sisters, brother and friends,
with tho aid of tho physician havo
availed, the loving mother would
have lived; but the angel of death had
marked her for a victim, and the un
erring dart could not be evaded.
Truly death loves a shiuing mark.
Dora iu early lifo gave her heart to
Jesus, and had been for several years
a mombor of tho Presbyterian Church.
Her dally conversation was that of a
pious and devoted Christian possessing
to an eminent degree many traits that
a dorn the name of woman and lend
a charm to social life. She was so gon
tle and kind, full of charity, and pa
tience, and in her were blended the
graces of mind and heart that go to
make up tho beautiful and womanly
She filled many stations in life that
it was a woman's sphcro to fill, the
daughter, si?ter, wife, mothor and
friend. A cloud has gathcrod around
the home, obscured its life and marred
During her illness she manifested
Christian patience and though warned
only a short time of her coming change
she did not muriner at tho decree of
God, nor tremble at the approach of
death. Thedroaded change came; and
sho sweetly fell a sleep, the ties that
bound her to this world wero severed
and weeping hearts gave up their treas
ure to the skies. Methlnks the bright
angels hovered around to bear her
willing eplrit to that happy home whoro
now she joins in sweeter tongs than
angels sing, for it is the Redeemed.
She leaves a husband, five children,
two sisters, and a brother, with numer
ous friends and relatives to mourn her
loss. Though tho cross bo heavy to
bear, and wo drain tho doepost draught
tho chalice of sorrow holds, It Is not
without hope of meeting dear sietor
again. Then farewell till we meet in
that beautiful home above, not mado
with earthly hands, in that Heavenly
home, that our Heavenly Father hath
prepared for all who lovo and obey him.
May that sweat consolation that can
only come through faith in our Heav
enly Father rest upon tho husband,
children, sisters and brother, and pro
pare 113 all to meet her in that beauti
ful heavenly home.
Then farewell, oh farewell dear sis
ter, till we meet again.
A sleep in Jesus, Oh how sweet!
A sleep from which none over wake to
Put Us to the Test.
We baok up all we say about "Cllf*
ton" Hour. Back It up, first, with our
goods, and second, with our guarantee.
Wo have said a good deal about "Clif
ton" in the last few years, and espec
ially in the last few months, since we
enlarged our capacby and improved
our plant. We have made some pretty
strong statements about tho quality of
"Clifton" Hour. If wo can prove all
we say, you can hardly afford not to
use "Clifton." Come In under our
guarantee and put us to tho test.
Bransford Mills, Owensboro, Ky.
WHAT THE FOLKS NEED
Is a greater power of digesting and
assimilating food. For thom Dr.
King's Now Life Pills work wonders.
Toey tone and regulate tho digestive
organ?, gently expel all poisons from
the system, enrich the blood, Improve
appetite, make healthy flesh. Only
25c at Laurens Drug Co, and Palmetto
Mr. W. R. Anderson, of the Union
Knitting Mills, was In this section a
few days ago.
Miss Gena Byrd, has returned from
a pleasant visit to Laurens.
Miss Fannie Anderson, who hat? been
attending college at Clinton, is now
with her shv.er, Mrs. W. M1 Myers.
Mr. Eugene Hudgons, of your city,
was In this section a few day ago.
Mr. J. L. Ray and Mi?s Carrio wero
in Laurens last Friday.
Mr. W. M. Pearson, of Clinton, was
in this section last week.
Mr. D. A. Glenn and family visited
Enoree last week.
Capt. A. B. Byrd, of Relton, was In
this section last Thursday.
Mrs. Luov Glenn, of Phllson's, was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Glenn
Mr. G. C Byrd and Mr. J. A. Ken
nedy were In town last Thursday, on
Mr. N.J. Addle went to Charleston
Farmers are about through chop
ping out cotton, and some complain of
Mr. J. P. Saxon has some good
i 'p land corn is looking well.
Mr. 0 Bailey, of Clinton, was over
here last week visiting his farm.
We are very dry at this time, but
hope to get rain soon. Buok.
Dr. Hawes Laxative Dyspepsia Pow
der for heartburn and sour stomach.
For aale at
Palmetto Drug Co.
WHO AHE OLDEST?
Interesting (Questions with
Who Has Lived Longest in One Homo?
Who Are the Oldest Inhabitants
"I wonder who in Laurens has lived
longest in tho same home?" That
question was put to an Advertiser
man a fow days ago.
Tho gontlcmau continued : "Mighty
few people in this county aro alive and
living in tho same houses that they
were when the war botween the States
broke out. I know of but one and I
should like to know of others."
The Advertiser would like to
know. It's an Interesting question.
Moreover, The Advkrtiser would
like to know who is tho oldest whlto
woman in tho county.
Tino ADVEPTI8ER would llko to have
those questions answered.
To the whlto man or woman who has
been living longest in the county in
the same house, The AdtertISBR
will be sent froe for one year, begin
ning on July 1st.
To tho oldest white man In tho county
The Advertiser will bo sent free
one year from July 1st, The sumo of
fer is made to the oldest white woman.
To the lirst question, the oldest resi
dent in one homo, let any and all an
swer. Drop a card to The Adverti
ser or send word, with tho date, by
some rollahlo friend.
Lot anybody Inform The Adverti
ser who h the oldest man and the
oldest woman, with the dates aud
p'aces of their births. Whothor thoy
were born in tho county or not, does
not matter, hut It would bo interest
ing to krow the places of their birth.
The value of the prizes is not much?
just ono dollar?but that is not tho ob
ject. The facts that the discussion
will bring out will be of interest.
Facts of reminiscent and historical in
terest will bo elicited. That is tho oh
Let The advertiser hear from the
oldest poonlo in tho couuly?directly
or turougn thoir friends or kindred.
For House of Representative:
l am a candidate for ro-olectlon to
the State Legislature, under the rules
of tho Demooratlo party, and will res
pectfully abide the result of the pri
mary with as much cheer as i can.
t R. W . Nichols.
The friends of Dr. B. F. Godfrey an
nounce him as a candidato for tho
House of Representatives, subject to
the Democratic primary. +
Jared D. Sullivan Is announced as a
candidate for the House of Represen
tatives, subject to the Democratic pri
I am a candidate for re-election to
tho House of Representatives, and will
cheerfully abide tho result of tho pri
mary election. R. A. cooper.
I respectfully announce mysolf as a
candidate for ro-electlon to the Stato
Legislature, under the rules of the
F. P. McGowan,
Superintendent ok Education.
The many friends of Prof. James A.
Madden, knowing his thorough litness
for the office as well as his dovotlon to
tho educational interests of the chil
dren of our county, respectfully an
nounce him for the ollico of County Su
perintendent of Education, subject to
the Democratic primary.
We are authorized to announce the
name of Charloy F. Brooks for re-elec
tion to the otllco of County Superin
tendent of Education, subject to tho
I respectfully announco myself as a
candidate for tho office of County
Auditor, Bubjeot to tho Democratic
t B. F. Hallow.
Tho friends of C. A. Power, appre
ciating his competency for the position
respectfully suggest his name to tho
voters of the county In the approaching
Democratic primary for tho olllco of
t Friends iu Dials and Youngs.
Having been very strongly solicited,
I therefore offer mysolf a candidate
for tho olllco of Auditor subject to tho
W. Sankord Kniqiit.
Without disparaging tho claims of
any candidate, we respectfully suggost
the name of G. W. L. Teague, a bat
tle-scarred Confederate soldier, for tho
eflico of County Auditor, subject to
the Democratic primary.
W. L. Ferguson is announced as a
candidato for rc-elcction to the ofllce
of County Auditor, subject to tho
I respectfully announce myself for
re-election as Supervisor for Laurens
county?subject to tho ploasuro of tho
voters and the result of the Demooratlo
t J. S. Drummond.
The friends of Robin J. Copoland
respectfully announce him a9 a candi
date for County Supervisor, subject to
the Democratic primary.
For Probate Judoe.
The friends of O. G. Thompson, ap-.
precialing his efficiency as a public of
ficial, respoctfudy present his name
to the voters of Laurens county for re
election to the ofllce of Probate Judge,
subject to tho rosult of tho Democratic
primary. Friends, i
I announce mysolf a candidate for
the ofl|oe of Judge of Probato, subject
to the rules of the Domoeratio prl
mary. t John M. Clardv.
The friends of W. A. McCllntock an
nounce him as a candidato for Judgo
of Probate for Laurens county for the
next term, subject to the primary
Fon County Treasurer:
i announce mysolf a candidate for
re-olectlon to tho oftlco of County
Treasurer, subject to the Democratic
John H. Copeland.
A NEW LAW FIRM.
The undersigned have this day en
tered Into a partnership for tho practice
of law In the Courts of this Stato, under
the name of Simpson & Coopor and will
promptly attend to all business on
trusted to them.
R. A. Cooper.
w. b. knioht. k.k. iia mi.
KNIGHT & BA BB,
Attorneys at Law.
4ST Will praotloe in all the Stato and
Fedoral Courts. Strict attention to all
business Intrusted to them
Office up-stairs, Simmons' Building.
Albert C. Todd,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
MT Every case a Speoialty. Office
in Law Range, South Harper Street.
J. E. M1NTER & BRO.
Wednesday, June 4th.,
We will inaugurate the Greatest Sale in the history of Laurens.
We have gone through ourentire stock with the knife.and
made the prices so low no one can resistthe matchless
bargains we offer. Thousands of people reveled
in our Great Sale in February. We
mean to surpass those, in our
We have not spared anything, neither have we considered
the cost?our object being to give all the people of Laurens
County the opportunity to see how cheap we sell good mer
What You Find Here!
We carry the largest and most
complete line of
CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS AND
JC GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
in Laurens. Also a complete line of
Staple Dry Goods. We haven't space
to quote many prices, but come and
let us show you.
I. KIRSCHBAUM A CO
25 yards 38 inch Sea Island, .. . $1.00
Calico per yard, . 034
32 yards Check for . 1.00
Shirting Plaids, worth 9 and 10 cents, at . * o6|
"American Girl" .$2.50 Shoes, 1.99
Bion F, Beynolds1 $4.00 and #'4-5? Oxfords at 3-39
$1.50 Shoes at 1.19
$1.25 Shoes at 99
$1.00 Shoes at 89
15 Ball of Thread, 05
This is our strong point. Our stock is large, and most everyone can be suited here. Those who hav
tried us know what kind of Clothing we sell?
Good, Reliable, Honest Clothing at a Moderate Price.
$18.00 Suits to go at
$15.00 Suits to go at
A big lot $8.00 to #10.00 to go at . $6.79
Some children's $5.00 suits at. ' 3.^9
Some Children's Suits to close at 59c, 79c. and 98c.
This Sale will close Saturday Night, June 14th. je JC
JC This is strictly a CASH SALE?No Goods Charged.
sJ. B. MINTER Sc BRO
LAURENS, S. O.
The very article for warm
and dusty weather, price Seta
per yard. White Indian Linens
at 10c, 18c, 20c, 28c
per yard. These are the finest
numbers we have ever shown at
Hamburg, Lawn and Swiss Embroideries and Insertions
from 5r.ts up. Solid and Fancy Lawns and Organdies. The
solid Linen colored Lwens are much in demand, we have open
ed the second shipment this season. Price io cents per yard
W. 6. Wilson k Co.
19o YoU Wal)t to
B(xy a 14o?>Utt)et)t?
If you do we have what you want in either Marino 01
Granite. Wc sell all kinds of Marble and Uramte
known to the trade. Best Material, First-class work at
Lowest Prices. Write us and we will send a man to sen
WHITE & CO., Anderson, S.C.
H. B. GRAY.
J. C. SI IK ALT,
Gray & Shealy.
ought to interest tiio man
whosa roof has a hol?' in it.
Also tho man *vho bas no roof,
but intends to build one. Our
Long Leaf unbled Pine Shin
gles are tho best offered in
this city. Made from it fine
grade wood and right in overy
And those figures ought to prOVfl
that prices are right, too,
Gray Sc Shealy.