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There wero ever so many oharmlng
aiT.tir- (riven this week for Mies Gelder,
who next Tuesday evening is to be
come Mrs. Mlnter. Tho bridal party
numbers 12 and tbo woddlng will bo
one of the prettiest this season. Tues
day evening Miss Gelder herself start
ed tho ball rolling by having a dinner
party at which the guests were Mr.
Mlutcr, tho bridosmalds and the
groomstnon. Tbo tablo was exqisitely
3( coratod Id pink, with a great center
of pink rosebuds. Tbo budawcrc sc.at
t red over the cloth and light fell from
pink .-haded oandlestlcks. The name
eards showed a novel idea. They bore
band-painted (dusters of Colorado's
statt- flower, the columbine, and of the
Mower of South Carolina, tho yellow
jasmine, caught together with a wed
ding ring. Besido tho hostess and her
llaoce, those present were Miss Anna
MoNamara, Miss Permella Curtis, Miss
Nellye Oase, Miss Cornelia Caldwell,
Miss Josephine MInter, Mr. w. W.
Simpson, Mr. Wilson Hirkmyrp, Mr.
McNamara; Mr. Russell Chapin and
Wednesday Miss Caso gave a dove
lunoheon, to which were bidden Miss
Gelder and tin; maids and Mrs. Alvin
B I laniols, M rs. William B. Lewis, Miss
(lertrtldo Morris aud Miss Flora Woods.
The table was beautifully dressed. For
a centre piece, was a large basket
tilled with pink asters, above which
were perched two white doves Pink
safn ribbons gave tbo finishing
touches. The placo cards bore doves
done in water colors and the leos ami
Oil) foot ions were in the shapes of doves.
Miss McNamara was hostess at a din
ner Friday night. Tho color schemo of
lier decorations was red and white and
sweet peas were the Mowers employed
to beautify tbo tablo. Prom tbo chan
delier swung two largo hearts, one of
rod blossoms and tho other of whlto I
llowors, Bolow on tbo tablo was a
bank of red peas and in this wandered
little white ouplds. Hearts and oupids
were on the placo can's aud gave form
to the i.?es. The memborsof the bridal
party, Miss Cooper and Mr. David
Welch were the guests. Lavt night
Miss Curtis entertained, Only the bri
dal party wus prosent and tbo table
decorations wero alb in pink. There
were two large baskets of astors and
tho blossoms wore laid all over tbo ta
ble. It was in the name cards that
Miss Curtis pave evidence of much
originality. They wero fancy postal
cards, ana Lore the name anil address
of their ow nor. A f tor the dinnCr, tbeso
were nil triven the bride, who while on
her wedding journey is to return them
with a little note on each as to the suc
cess of the trip.-Denver Republican,
Wealth and Fashion at Uclder-Minter
Representatives of two old Southern j
families were united in matrimony last
evening when Miss Liillyan Gelder be
came Miv. ICdward Ferrin Minter.
Central Presbyterian church was
idled with the wealth and fashion of
the city. At 8 o'clock tho bridal cor
tege proceeded down tho aisle, the
march from Lohengrin pealing from
the organ. Tho brido walked with
her father, William Gelder. She was
rolled in a heavy ivory satin. The
skirt was made with a deep yoke of
real Duohesso lace and tho bodico was
formed entirely of the laee and chiffon.
She carried a shower bouquet of
bride's roses and lilies of the valley.
Her veil was fastened with a pearl
brooch loaned by Mrs. Howard Brooks
and which has been worn by a long list
of brides and is thereby supposed to j
bring some mysterious good luck to the J
Miss Anna MoNamara was maid of j
honor and wore wlutfj chiffon. Pho I
carried a bouquet of pink rosebuds I
tied with satin ribbons and with strea
mers of pink tullo. The remaining
maids, Miss Permelia Curtis, Miss
Nellye Case, Miss Cornelia Caldwell
and Miss Josephine Minter, wore pink
mousseiine trimmed with cream lace I
and carried whito roses. Two little
maidens, Marjorio Gelder and Dana J
Martin, acted as Mower girls and woro
whito organdy gowns and carried
?large leghorn hats filled with Mowers j
which they strewod in tho path of the
Dr. Coylc performed the ceremony I
and tho church was decked with palms
and cut Mowers.
Mr. W. W. Simpson, of Augusta, Ga.,
was best man. "Ino ushers wore: Mr.
liarlow, of New York; Russell Chapin,
Wilson Birkonmyre and Joseph Mc
A large reception, at which about
200 guests were present, was bold at
the gaily-decked residence of the
bride's parents, 1859 Gaylord 6trcet.
Those assisting wero Mrs. George I
Begole, Mrs. Joseph C. Colder, Mrs.
Henry Brooks, Mrs. Charles Toll, Mrs.
M. J. McNamara and Mrs. W. C. Brad
bury. Miss Mollle Richardson and I
Miss Vera Van Fleet served tho ico?, I
and Miss Perm .Ma Curtis, Miss Nellye
Case and Miss Cornelia Caldwell the
punch. Mrs. William Golder was at
tired in pink brocaded satin.
Tbo bride aud groom are related to I
the Sblrleys, the Lees, tho Custis fam
ily and many others famous in tho I
After the coromony they left for I
Laurens, S. C., where they will reside.? I
Denver (Colorado) News, Sept. 4th.
Mr. Minter and his fair bride reach
ed the city on Sundry evening last, I
whero they meet congratulations and
a thousand good wishes.
Miss Pawnee Jones will teach music j
at her borne on Main Street this fall
Miss Jones was eduoo od at Winthrop, I
graduating high, then made music a I
specialty and graduated in that branch
at Limestone, teaching a year in that
college. She lias the highest testimo
nials from Professor Wade ft. Brown, I
Director of music, of Limestone College,
and also President Johnson of Win
Terms made k?own on application.
To tbo Woman's Missionary Socloty
of Laurens Baptist Association: The
Association will meet on October 1st.,
at Friendship Church. AH Missionary
Socloties are expected to send a full
delegation, and Churches having no
Society connected with thorn are re
quested to bo represented by at lea9t
Mas. JOSEPHINE Watts,
Vlco President, L. A.
Remember that we carry the largest
jAnd most cotnnleto line of shoes sol'*,
in Laurens. They woar and g1 sat
isfaction. Sevoral lines ?'..<;iidy in.
Call n?d see. Yours f .<- good shoes.
Dr *is Roper U Co.
Knd of the sorson bargains in all
Summer Goods. They are so cheap
you can afford to buy for noxt Summer
Gentlemen fine ovory thing they need
In tho way of fur dshings at tho cloth
ing Btoro of J E . Minter <fe Bro.
There isn't a swell ?Vesser in town too
Swelled for our new au'ts.
Davis Roper A Co.
No. (10 dining tablo, ru bed and pol
ished to a piano finish. H fei?, long. This
tablo Is worth anywhere * 17.60; our
price |l6.7o delivered to yon* nearest
B, M. & E. IL* Wdkes.
There will bo several weoks of slip
per weather yet.' Wo'll soil you i pair
at your own price.
Dum'i buy shoddy made clothing
When you can get the good here.
DavIh Roper & Co.
K?los t? Uoverii Wheat Growers
Rules governing contest for prises in
tho Laurens County Wheat Growers
Rule I. i'ri/.es shall bo awarded for
tho host crop on live acres, three acres
and ono aero, to wit: $.">0.00 first pris
on 5 acres; $20.00 second prize on .r)
acres. $20.00 first prize on :> acres;
*15.00 second prize on 3 acres. *15.00
first prize on I acre: $10.00 second
prize- on I aero.
Hulc 2. Tho land entered for the
prizes must be measured by two com
petent disinterested persons, who shall
certify lo same.
Rule 3. The grain shall be cut and
shocked in tho presence of two disin
terested witnesses who shall make cer
tificate, of same.
Rule I. A certified statement from
two disinterested witnesses of the
number of bushels threshed: the wheat
to he dry and measured by weight,
Kule?. Bach contestant shall make
a report of mode of cultivation and
Ruled. All papers and reports ?ball
be tiled with the .secretary of the asso
ciation on Or before 20th of duly, 1002,
which will be placed in the bands of
committee to award the prizes.
Kulc 7. Each contestant shall notify
the Secretary of the Association of his
intention to con tost for prizes by De
cember 20th, looi, designating what
prize lie will contest for.
Hulc s. Identical land tobe in but
one contest, except for First and Se
cond prizes of that class.
R de 0. The Committee to award
the, .i/.es shall he appointed by tho
Rule 10. Fach contestant shall bo a
resident of Jaunens county and a mem
ber of the Laurens County Wheat
J A RDINIERS FOR HOI'S K PLA N TS.
It will shortly he time to tako up
some of your oholco plants, transfer
them to pots, and take them in doors.
We have beautiful and artistic Jardi
nior8of many sizes, shapes, colors and
grades, from famous Potteries. Will
you come and make a selection?
S. M. & K. 11. Wilkcs.
Tho Philippine exhibit at tho Buf
fola Exposition is im.do the subject of
an Interesting brief article In The
Outlook for September 7, accompanied
by several heretofore unpublished pic
tures which show the types of tho na
tive public school teachers in the Phil
ippines, the dllierout nationalities rep
resented among the people and some of
the more notable of the picturesque
school buildings, Tho article Itsell is
decidedly picturesque in its presenta
tion of the possibilities of education in
the Philippines. $3 a year. The Out
look Company, 287 Fourth Avenue,
(loo. lt. Wendling.
The Laurent Lyceum will open the
Season on Oct. O.h with Ceo. R. Wen1'
ling, tho prime of American Orators
Hi-s subject will bo Stonewall Juckson.
This lecture never fails to stir a South
ern audience. The neatest compli
ment to Mr. Wendling is the frequent
recall to a place, and all who hear him
once desire the more to hoar him again.
This season ho lectures at Savannah,
Atlanta, Augusta, Columbia. Spartan
burg.Greenville, Clcmson Co'.lege, Win
throp College, etc. Mrs. Stonewall
Jackson, who has hoard the lecture on
her famous husband, says that she
would travel, if she was well enough,
many miles to bear It again. This lec
ture Is worth the cost of a season tick
et. Secure your ticket before October
1st, from W. H. Washington.
A $10 Bluff.
' The visit of Hart the Laugh King,
Hypnotist and Thought Reader to Suf
folk, Va., has boon worth $ 10 cash to
one local home, says tho Virginian Pi
lot." It happened this way :
"The lady of the house loll a *1() bill
on the table, and after looking out for
sonic household duties she got back and
found tho "long green" gone. The
lady has three servants and she didn't
feel like accusing any of them. Then
the news was broken to the servants
that the money was lo.;t, and it was
mentioned incidentally that the hypno
tist and thought renter who was ap
pearing nightly at the theatre could
come there and locate it in three min
utes. One of the ladies went to the
'phone, presumably to oa'l up Dr. Hart,
the ruse- had the looked for effect.
When the mistress of the place whore
the hill was left she saw it lying there
placidly. Tho h'utl' had worked."
Hart the Laugh King will ho the at
traction at the Opera House for one
night, Wednesday, September 18ih.
Popular prices will be the rule, BOc,
Hoc. and 2.0 cents. Scats on sale at Pal
metto Drug Co.
The South Carolina Inter-State and
West Indian Exposition.
We are nearing "the home sirctch"
In our exposition work and there is no
time to lose. By the middle of Novem
ber all exhil its should ho In Charleston,
ready lo p .t up. The committee has
secured two china closets and two largo
show cases in which will bo securely
locked the loans of lino china and all
loans and all valuable rolics, colonial,
confederate and family. In these will
he placed also all kind of fancy work
done by women : showing twentieth
century progress by the side of the in
genuity of the grandmothers in the
long ago. Canned fruits, jollies, etc.
will ho givon a safe place. For tho
walls in our booth in Waman's Build
ing, niomhers of Committees all over
tho county are requested to secure the
loan of pictures of ar.y kind old or uesv.
These will bo packed by experienced
hands in this place and in Clinton so
that they will not be Injured. Laurons
county proposes to compete for ono of
tho prizes offered] with her good re
sources along all tho lines end hor peo
ple of splendid ability thorc is no roa
son why she should not tako first prize.
It is proposed that at least throo Booths
be arranged by this county: in agricul
tural, Manufacturers a n d Woman's
building each. Sp'aco in each of thoso
Is given free of cos.fc and the exhibits
will bo put together in car loads and
shipped froo of cost. This Is a raro
privilege for our county to advertise
its resources to the world. All mcm
borsof commlttooa all ovor the county
are urgontly solicited to work for this
jjood cause and to moot here and fully
report at our County Fair.
Why So Popular.
The popularity of "Clifton" Hour is |
due to !i* nnequaled quality?-absolute
ly pure, retaining all tho nutritivo and
healthful qualities of the finest soleotcd
wheat. Call for "Clifton" if you want
the purest and host. Mado at Brans
ford Mills, Owonsboro, Ky. Sold by
T. N. Barksdalo and M. II. Fowler.
hales to Buffalo Croatly Reduced via
The Sea Board Air Line Railroad.
Tickets aro now on salo from all sta
tions on the S, A. L. railroad to HalTalo
and return, at one faro for tho round
trip (half rates) plus $1.00, limited to
twenty days from dato of Hale, These
tickets aro good for llvodays in transit,
la each dlrcotlon, allow f>top-overs
within that limit. Cholco of various
routoB offered. Call on your nearest
agont, or writo to Win. Butlor, Jr.,
Division Passenger Agent, Savannah,
ir You Know! t
If you know what tho milier knows,
and what your physician knows about
adultoratod flour, you, too, would in
slst on your grocor sending you "Clif
ton". Try It! It Is tho host and pur
est. Mode at Bransford Mills, Owons
boro. Ky., and sold by T. N. Barksdalo
* ml Mil, Fowler.
AND BRIEF NOT KS OF RECENT
The latest news from the President
Mr. J. M. MurfT, of Brewer ton, spent
Friday night in tho city.
Col. W. H.Martin visited Grecnvlllo
Miss Nets Tburston, of Greenville,
is visiting Mr?. J. M. Phllpot.
Miss Bessio Kerrlson, of Charleston,
is visiting Miss Muttle Kern.
Mr. Albort (Jarlington was down
with as Saturday.
Hon. 0. It. Wallace, ex-Senator, was
in the city on Monday.
See R. I'. Milam iV Co. before buying
bagging and ties, Big lot on hand.
Miss Rosa Hart, of Cokosbury, is in
the city visiting Mrs. Oscar Babb, her
Miss Fnnnio George, a bright aud
sprightly belle, of Llthonla, Ga , is vis
iting the family of Mr. H. 13. Kennedy.
Mr. Livlngton WoltT, one of tho ad
vanced farmors of the Rabun, was in
the city Saturday.
Mr. S. D. Child r ess has 20 acres of
grass, estimated to yield two tons of
hay per acre.
Mr. Nat Franks, an old eiti'/.eUi now
of GreenvillOi was in the city and coun
ty seeing friends during last week.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. 11 ee'? visited
Mrs. A. L. Adams in U ruen villo on
Mrs. Dr. Saxon, of Huntington, spent
several days In the city with her son,
P. Li. Saxon.
Mrs. M. L. Owlngs returned to-day
to Columbia after spending some time
with her daughter, Mrs. R. 1'. Milam.
Much correspondence and interest
ing matter is out this week for want of
Services at tbo Episcopal Church, at
the usual hour, morning and evening,
"Langhtor is the tonic of the soul."
Sec Hart the Laugh King and be
Tbo committees and officials in chargo
of our Fair report good progress, and
our readors may bo assured of a do
lightful event ahead of them.
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Simpson and tho
children, and Mrs. Tune, bavo return
ed from a delightful sojourn at Porter
The Masonic Festival at Wallace
Lodgo on Thursday last is roportod
most delightful for its graceful hos
Every farmer should strain u point
and help out the wheat growers asso
ciation. Many a little makes a micklc
and a small contribution wdll help the
State Geologist, Karle Sloan, Is In
the county, inspecting minerals and
mineral formations. His visit will be
short, but he will return to the county
and look carefully into our minoral re
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Adams, Mrs. T.
II. Nelson, II. Terry, O. B. Simmons
and W. G. Wilson it Co., are back from
the great markets. Their spondid se
lections of stocks are finding tho
1'resident Miller, of the State Color
ed College, made an admirable talk to
an intollegant body of colored people
in the Court House on yesterday. Ho
spoke In the Interest of a colored ex
hibit by Laurons colored people at tbo
J. E. Norment, representing the |
News and Courier, and one of its ac
complished correspondents was In the
city on Thursday last. Ho bad lately
done some globo trotting, seeing what
was to bo seen In Buffalo and over the
lino among the Canadians.
Hon. D. H. Henderson, of Aikon,
sends us a pamphlet copy of his beau
tiful speech at Chlckamauga May 27th.
He was orator chosen to ropresont tho
State at the dedication of tbo State's
monument to the Carolina fallen on
that battlefield. The oration was
worthy of the occasion.
The catalogue of Winthrop College
for 1000?1901, very handsomely gotten
up and giving full details as to tho re
quirements, and expenses of attondlng
the institution has just been issued.
Mr. D . B. Johnson, the president, will
send a catalogue to any applicant.
Winthrop has nearly four hundred pu
pils from nine different states, and is
unquestionably a great Institution.
Remember tbo mooting. Speakers,
Congressman Johnson, Evans, Wilson,
Liitimor, Johnstonoand perhaps others.
Mr. B. Bailey sold tho first bale of
cotton on Friday. Weight 115, and he
got 8 cents. Ho should have had 0 cts.
Mr. John W. Hanna, and Col. J. H.
Wharton, oach sold a bale Saturday.
Theso got 8 cents. All are hustling
Fairview Stock aud Agricultural Shovr.
Tho lfith Annual Fair of this eplen.
did Association occurs Sopt. 27th 1001.
Only the Stato Fair equals it in attrac
tion. It Is a part of our great town
ship, Dial. All tho west of tur county
will take part, and no man, woman, or
child should Miss this delightful event
of tho yoar. Write J. R. Wasson, Sec
rotary, Falrview, for Proprium List.
Plant a Tree.
An old fanner friend says if ho had
but one aore of ground ho would plant
it in roasting ears; another that he
would plant it in sweet 'tators. Our old
friend B.C. Davis,of Huntsvlllo, brings
us dolightful poars and applos and we
are not bothering about the 'tators aud
tho grcon corn,
Assault on the President.
The assault on tho President, at
Buffalo, on Friday last, by one Czolgocz,
an Anarchist, was the most flagrant in
all history. Tho prayors of all tho
world appeal at tho throno of AH
Mercy, for tho recovery of the Pr?Si ?
dont. Tlje sympathy of the Southland
as much as any olhor part of tho coun
try aro oxtwnded to tho President and
his tondor wUo. f
A correspondent of tho Greenville
News, writing of tho picnic of Ornan
Lodge, Greonvlllo Co., last wcok, has
theso oomnllmontary words of repre
Hon. R. A. Cooper of Laurena, de
livered a most interesting address up
on Masonry and Its origin, trapdng It
back to the days of Noan, and also its
influence in the advancement of civili
zation, aud intelligent government
everywhere, and Its greater power that
of charity towards all mon.
Good Things to EAt.
Aromado of "Clifton" (lour-a pure
product. If you don't oat broad mado
of ?'Clifton'^ you don't eat the best
broad. 8old by T. N^Barksdale and
If You Wait.
You will learn that the palsy of life is
If y< u wait.
That Fortune will beckon anil then
If you wait.
For this is tho mystical edict of Fate;
lint once Opportunity knocks on your
And after that call 'tis torevor too late,
If you wait.
Get the Children
Ready for School
Wo sell the Hooks you are obliged
by law to use at prices fixed by
the same law. All kinds of
School Supplies at
Tho Laurens Drug Co.
103 West Main St.
?Phono 75 Qoods delivered.
A Night op Teklor.
"Awful anxiety was fell for the wid
ow of the brave Gcnora' Burnliam of
Maohias, Me., when tho doctors said she
would die from Pneumonia bofore morn
ing" writes Mrs. S. II. Lincoln, who
attended her that fearful night, but she
begged for Dr. King's New Discovery,
which had more than once saved her life,
and cured licr of Consumption. After
taking, she slept all night, Further use en
tirely cured her." This marvellous medi
cine is guaranteed to cure all Throat, Cheat
and Lung Diseases. Only 50 cents and
81.00. Trial bottles free at Laurens
Drug Co.'s drug store.
Who will open up In a
few woeks, next door to
J. O. O. Fleming & Co.,
with a first-class and
nicely selected stock of
Wo will also fit you with
a first-class pair of Spec
tacles just to suit tho
eyes. Ono of tho firm
has graduated as an Op
?*|H Wo will also havo a first
class Jeweler to repair yout
Watches, Jewelry, Etc., in a work
man liko manner.
Liiurens, S. O.
A mooting Of the Stockholders of tin
Laurens Furnlturo Manufacturing Co.
is horeby called to be hold at tho Com
pany's office, at Laurons. S. C, at 11
o'elock, a. ra., on tho 17th .lay of Sr.<
tembor, 1901, for tho purpose of con
sidering a resolution of the Hoard of
Directors passed on August 15th, 1001,
recommending that the Capital Stock,
of said Company bo increased to F?rty
E. IL WILKES,
President and Troasurer.
Bids for Laurons County 4 ppr oont,
?",0 year bonds, lnterp.it payable semU
annually, tq the amount of $75,000 00
to he. issued for the purposo of refund
ing bonds Issued In 1882 by tho County
of Laurons In aid of tho Qreonwqod,
L$u,reps, und Spartanburg Railroad
Company, will he reoeived at the office
of tho undersigned and duo and paya
ble January 1st, 1009. at Laurons, S. C
up to tho 30th day of November 1901.
Money for tho purchase of esc bonds
to be piaced at the People's ?an A; Ex
change Hank of Laurens, 8. o. without
cost to the county.
Right rcsorved to reject any and uh
bldg, J. S. ORUMM?ND,
Supervisor L. C.
Tho building of one rook pillow will
bo lpt to coutraet at Goougloas en
Saturday, the' ljth day of 8ept at 10
o'clock, Qn tho same day at H p. tn.
tho bridge near Glenn Fuller's will he
lot. Commissioners will attend.
.1.8. 1 Htl IM MONI),
Sept. 8? 1901. Supervisor L. Om
II. 12. lilt AY.
J. 0. SHEALY,
GRAY & SHEALY,
Mantels, Columns, Fancy-turned 1 Scroll Work a Specialty
of good judg
thoir own homos, antl eoino to US
for materials, too. They realize
and satisfaction ot their property
dopend upon the materials that go
into it. They buy tho best?the
kind WE noil. Come to soo US.
First-cluss Fire-proof Paints?gtiaran
teod not to crack or pool. Cold-wa
ter Paints for Choap Houses and
GRAY & SHEALY, Laurous, S. C.
Five grades in nice sheer white
India Linons at
10, 12 15, 20 and 25 cts.
Lawn Edgings, Insertions and All-Over to match.
In colored Organdy and Dimity yon can lind here the
Quality, Color and Price you desire.
Only a limited quantity of those heavy all-Silk Gloves, the
75 cents quality, at 40eta. while they last.
.Special Value in Sunshades at ^
W. G. Wilson & Co.
"Be It Ever so Humble, There's
No Place Like Home.
from the lake, from the seashore, from
the dressy hotel, from the fishing camp,
from the old farm, from a few days 'off
and from all sorts of OUtlngS, and
mighty glad to got back. No nicer
town to como bock to, and we all help
to make it so, if we do say it ourselves.
Now you're home again how about
clothing? Isn't your wardrobe a little
depleted after the hard racket you have
given your clothing during your outing?
I f m>. we just want to remind you that
our FALL AND WINTER S?ITS arc
arriving every day. More desirable
suits you never feasted your eyes upon.
This is the MOMK of new ideas and we
;now you will n<>t complain at any price wo name. Come and see.
going to buy
I lopcr& Co.'s?
$f Bo^s' anb Gbilbren'8 ^Department ;
m 1st Boy
"SAY1 Is your mother
your School Suit at Davis,
1 2nd Hoy
"Why certainly?mother know-, her
(nt\ business?sho always goes thcro tor inj
ri This Is the way the hoys cilU it.
Mothers and Boys both know that wo
are headquarters In I.aureus for
jjjfc Boys' School Clothing.
vff\ Splendid variety bore?School Suits
hj\ from $1.50 to 13.00. Fabrics durable.
3* il" Parents know how good our
School Suits arc. we would sell all the
^ School Suits sold in Lauren-.
? DRY GOODS and LADIES'
^ READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS.
In this dopartmont wo will have and uro rccoiving
every day the groatosl variety ot pretty made Skirts,
Suits, Cloaks, ever seon In Laurons. Wo will toll you
more about this dopartmont in our noxt add. Don't stop
till you see what wo have.
DAVIS, ROPER & COMPANY'S
Famous Clothing, Dry Goods, ?Hoe and Hot Store.
H Little ?ea?ty
That's what eveybody thinks the
Buck's Junior Range is. Its worth
your best efforts, girls.
Contest Cot,tii,?es Of>til Octofoef 1st.
under 14 years of age who brings us the greatest
number of names of people using Buck's
Stoves or Ranges, gets the prize.
t?f Freight Paid on all Purchases of ?10.00 and up.
HAVE YOU BEEN
to the Hat Sale yet? It's the talk of
the town. STAW HATS WORTH #1.50
going for )lh cents.
Come before they arc all gone.
Laurens Cotton Mills Store.
T. C. LUCAS, Manager.
.1. C. SMITH, the oldost dealer in MonumontH in Lanrons county,
still has his placo of husinoas in Clinton. Dcalor in the best
native ami Imported from Italy and abroad. Tho latost designs, work
done in tho most artistic fashion, promptly, and forms reasonable and
satisfactory. He solicits your patronage and thanks you in advance.
Your attention to the fact of Clinton's exoepti?nable railroad facilities.
Call and examine hia yard.
J. C. SMITH, Clinton, S. C.
Glenn Springs Hotel,
Ulenn Spring, S. C.
(JUEEN OF SOUTHERN SUMME? RESORTS.
There is but one Glenn ?Springs and ii lias no equal on
the continent for the Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, Bowels and Blood
Hotel Open from June 1st to October 1st.
Cuisine and Service Excellent. It is up-to-date and Everybody
Goes There. For board apply lo
Simpson & Simpson.
Water for sale by Lauten.-. Drug Co., Palmetto Drug
Co., Laurens Cotton Mill Store.
tho Undertaking business at the old stand. COFKINS, OASKRTrt
and ROBES, and HEARSE, at tho
< ?LOWEST PRICES. ^
A oontinuanco of tho gouorou patronage hitherto oxtondod til
solioitod. Uootfully KENNEDY BROS., Laurens, 8. 0