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THE DIXIE DETERMINATION SALE
November 10, 11, 12, Three Days
Thursday, Nov. 10th, is the big day. Here's where you meet up with people you never saw before. Here's where you will find all the shrewd buyers who are taking advantage of the One Price
and the LowJPrice. (foods an* now coming in on every train for this Sale. This is going to be one of the Largest Sales ever held in Laurens. THE DIXIE is going to do all the business for three days
that is done in Laurens. We beg you to come. We will make your dollar do double duty. We will tickle your pocket book. We save you money enough to carry you through Merry Christmas. AI
want is you and family in the-s.tore. Seeing is better than believing.
THE DIXIE QUICK-STEP PRICES
Ladies' cloth, yards wide,
black, blue and grey, 75c. yd.
Dixie quick-step sale 35c.
Large line of brilliantines, all
colors to select from, worth 60c
yard, Dixie quick-step price 35c
Flannelettes, worth I2#c yard,
Dixie quick-step price J}4c.
Tricot flannels, everybody sells
for 35c yard, Dixie quick-step
Broadcloth, 53 in. wide, worth $1
a yard, Dixie quick-step price
Calico at quick step prices 3>4c.
Yard-wide sheeting, Dixie quick
step price 3j4e.
Outing at Dixie quick-step price
Drilling at Dixie quick-step price
Extra good percales, yard wide,
Dixie quick-step price 6c.
50 doz. ladies' ribbed underwear,
worth 35c each, go in this sale
at, per pair, 48c.
Heavy Riverside plaids, Dixie
quick-step price 3 1-2.
Best cheviot, worth 8c, Dixie
quick-step price 5 i-2c.
Sea Island from 5 to 10 yards,
per yard, Dixie quick-step
price 2 I-2C.
The largest line of hosiery ever
brought to Laurens, all guar
anteed to be worth 1 oc per pr.
Dixie quick step price, 5 pairs
800 pairs ladies' shoes, worth
$1.25, Dixie quick step price
This lot of shoes especially for
Men's $1.50 shoes, Di xic qu.CiN.
step price $1.18.
Men's $2 shoes at Dixie quick
step price $1.45.
Men's $2.50 shoes at Dixie quick
step price #1.95.'
Men's $3.50 shoes at Dixie quick
step price $2.45.
I have a large line of men's,
ladies', and children's shoes and
have no space to mention prices.
My stock of clothing is so large
you can't judge much from
Ibis advertisement. You will
have to come and let us show it
to you. We will give you a
few of our prices.
Men's $15 suits, merchants' tail
or made, any size, Dixie quick
step price $11.25.
Men's $12 suits, Dixie quick step
Men's #7 suits, Dixie quick step
Men's #5 suits, Dixie quick step
Men's .f 4 suits Dixie quick step
A large variety of boys' suits
that 1 am making the same cut
prices as in the men's suits.
75 dozen men's heavy fleeced un
derwear, real value 50c each,
Dixie quick step price per pair
We have a very large line of hats
for stylish men, the $2 kind, to
go at the Dixie quick step
price of $1.45.
The #1.50 kind to go at the Dix
ie quick step price 95c.
The $1.25 railroad hat to go at
Dixie quick step price 85c.
The #1 kind from ocean to ocean
to go at Dixie quick step price
Overalls, the regular 50c kind,
all sizes, to go at Dixie quick
s'.ep price 35c.
8c bleaching, Dixie quick step
ioc bleaching Dixie quick step
price 7 i-2c
6c bleaching, Dixie quick step
price 3 i-2c.
The best bleaching made, worth
12c pard, Dixie quick step
We bought 500 pairs of blank
ets, knowing that we were going
to have an unusually cold winter
and to supply every family in
Laurens county, will let them go
in this sale. Will not say any
thing about the prices, for they
are away down, below New York
1 have a large line of up-to
date millinery that will go cheap
at this sale. It will pay you to
come and look at it before buying
as I can save you money on
everything you buy.
Skirts and Jackets
A very large variety of ladies'
tailor-made skirts and jackets
to fit all, from the largest to
B^g-Don't forget that the first
man or woman that trades $10
with me on the morning of the
10th, the first day of this sale,
will get free a #2.50 pair of shoes.
You can see these shoes in my
show window. Come early and
get the $2.50 free.
YOUR DOLLAR IS AS GOOD AS YOUR NEIGHBOR'S
Remember Nov. 10th is the day, Thursday; also Friday the nth and Saturday 12th, three long days to supply your wants at 40 per cent, cheaper than any other time. This sale is only to turn the goods into cash. No money making scheme.
A fair honest trade or your money back. Nov. 10th is the day. To the first customer who trades #10 worth with us will receive a pair of shoes free of charge; a $2.50 pair. $2000 worth of shoes on hand especially for this sale. Read this and aim straight
for us. It don't take much money here. We dress you for little money. Remember this is your last chance. Don't buy elsewhere and then say, "Why, oh! why didn't I attend the sale?" It will then be too late. See us, then go elsewhere; we will give you
more goods for a dollar than any other strore for two. All roads lead and turn to
THE DIXIE CLOTHING AND SHOE STORE
Between T. N. Barksdale and Kennedy Bros.
Good Gift Hints
IWhen looking around the va
rious Holiday Stocks some peo
ple never think of looking in a
But, then, others who are a lit
tle more familiar with the elegant |
showing of Toilet Articles, Fan
cy Perfumes, Ebony Brushes, |
Mirrors, Combs, etc., and such
articles which we always have,
come here first. Very often we
have just the present you'd like
Why not come in and look
around a little, anyhow, some- |
time before Christmas.
Since the Cotton
Season Started 3?T
we have been unloading on an average of
one car FLOUR per week?last week we
unloaded two cars of 1st and 2nd patent.
That Means Something!!
We have never learned the candidate's
hearty handshake, nor do we pretend to
love the "dear people" so much -but we
do claim that our methods are saving the
farmers money, and making' some for
oursleves. Get our prices, and see quality
of our goods.
LAURENS COTTON MILLS STORE
T. C. LUCAS, Manager
Leiter to J. H. Copoland
Laurens, S. C.
Dear -lr: Here's a paint that's being
sold to bargain-hunters:
10 per coot loud
?0 " zinc
20 " narytea
20 " " whl-ing
Bara'es and whiting are sand and
whitewt-sh, not paint.
Some people must IIko gold bricks.
The ntme of that pilnt is
"pure lead-und zlno. The dealer who
sills it says It's as good as Dcvoe.
63 V W DEVOE & Co
V. S. Moseloy & Koland soli our pal at.
SIMPSON & COOPER
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts.
Prompt attontion givento all businoss.
Dr. Chas. A. Ellett,
w.u. knight. k. k. UAPU
KNIGHT & BAML
Attorneys at Law.
<ST Will practice in all the Htato and
Federal Courts. Strict attention to all
bublness Intrusted to them
Office iip-stair.?, Slmmonii' Knlldli g
Money Advanced on CoUon.
Wo are p-opared, as usual, to advance
money on cotton stored with us.
Ijauukns Bonded Warehouse,
N. B. Dial, President.
J- I. Coleinan, Manager.
116 acres at Power's Shop,
47 acres one mile from
70 acres close to town of
Fine Rock Quarry at Gray
HcHis and Lot at Fountain
171 acres one mile from
8 acres at Fountain Inn
suitnble for residence
The above can be bought
on reasonable terms.
J. N. LEAK
Real Estate Agent and
Cx tay Court, p, C,
TYi.KRSViLi.K, Nov. 7th.?Mr.
and Mrs. 1). M. Sanders have re
turned home after a visit to Mr.
Sanders in Abbeville.
Bluford Blakeley and sister at
tended the Union Meeting at
Lanford last Sunday.
Miss Emma Blakeley was in
in your city shopping last Wed
J. S. Craig and A. K. Cleve
land visited at Ora last Sunday.
Mrs. John Gentry and children
visited her sister, Mrs. Geo. M.
Moseley last Tuesday.
T. P. Poolc visited in Union
Mr. and Mrs. William Chaney
visited their son, Ernest Chaney
Miss Mattic Snnders was in
your city Monday.
IlKIlii W. EDWARDS INJURE I).
Herb W. Kdwards of Des Monies,
Iowa, got a fall on an Icy walk las',
winter, spraining Ills wrist t?nd '. puls
ing bis knees ' Tuo nex*. day." no
aays, "(bey woro to soro and slilf I wid
afrnid I would havo to stay In bed,
but I rubbed them well with Cham
borlain'd Pain Balm and after a few
appli ations all soreness had disap
peared." For sal* by Laurons Drug
Co. ai d Dr. 11. P. Po3ey.
At Brewerton, Sunday, Octo
ber 30th, Mr. Clarence Med lock
of Wares Shoals and Miss Lizzie
Gunnels of Anderson county
were united in marriage, Jno W.
Becks, notary public, officiating.
If baby's health Is dear to you,
Thon !e: mo tell you what to do.
Ere pain bus racked its tendor frame.
Jus-tie "TEETI1JNA"*muo thosanie.
"TfOKTH INA" v\lla.y? Irritation,
Ait's Digestion, Overcome* an I Coun
teracts the EfTocts of t-.utnmor's bout,
regulates tho bowels and makes teeth
ing easy and coats only 25 cents.
Mr. Allen Ur?mien has just com
pleted a now stand for tho Morchants
And Famerj Bonded Warohou^e ataed
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Laurons.
By O. G. Thompson, Esquire, Pro
b ?to Judge.
Whcreus J. P. Dillard made suit i<>
rno, to grant, him letters of administra
t, on of tho estate of and effects of W.
Thcso are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular tho kindred
and creditors of tho said \V . P. K-ich?
ardson, decoasod, that they bo and ap
pear before mo, In tho Court of Pro
bate, to be .hold at Linrons C. II.. S. C,
on tho 12th day of Novombor, 100-1.
noxt, after publication thereof, at II
o'clock In tho foronoon, to bhow cause,
if any they Invo, why the s>aid adm'nb
tra'lon sho ild not bo granted.
Given under my hand, th's 2H?,h day
of Uc'ob r, Anno Domini, 1904.
O. G Thompson, j. I*. L ??.
?ea-i th? j4 1,16 Kind Yaul^avejMjflfa^p Boufjtt
ONE BOX FIX KD HIM.
Shopton, N. C. "I have had kidney
trouble for the last four y<-ars, and trot
.10 relief until I trloi Dr. King's Blood
und Liver Dills, and ono box entirely
OUted Franklin Watt."
Ralph FT. Jordan, a young farmer
and butdno-'s man of Swltzer, spent
Sunday and Monday it the city. Mr.
JorJftn is a L.urons county boy and
bis friends are always delighted to see
him and know of hi 1 fine success in
Sparenburg county. Ho la arranging
to move to the city of Spartanburg
About January l for the purpose of en
gaging In buaim ?9 on a large sc*lo. He
will also continue bis business at
Swltzer. While in the chy Mr. Jordan
was t^o guest of M. L. Roper, hisj
E .civy all gone? Headache: S.ora
ach out of order? Simply a case of
torpid liver. Burdock Blood Bitters
will make a new man or woman of you.
Miss Ella F?taler of Itenno is In
charco of the Hrowerton School, Sulli
van township, tho prescut ict-slon of
which openod Monday morning.
Chamberlain's S'omaeh and Liver
Tab'ets ivo becoming a f*v.;rito for
stomach troubles and constipation. For
Mi'e by I.aureus Drug Co. and Dr. B.
David Switzer and 8. M, Pilgrim 1
!?>?!., of Woodruff were in the city
Salesday on important business.
N.) matter how long you havo bad
the cough; if It Insn't alroady devei
ono I into consumption, Dr. Wood's
Norway 1'ioo Syrup will cure It.
Notice of Holding of a Special Term of
the Court of Common Picas, for
In obedience to the order of tho Hon.
Y. J. Dope, t hief Justice of tho Stato
of Kouth Carolina, notice Is horeby
given that a Special Term of tho Court
of Common I'loas, for Laurons county,
will he. holden at Laurens C H. S. C .,
for the period of two weeks, beginn
ing on the 21st day of November, 14)04.
at 10 o'clock a. m.
JOHN P. HOLT,
Valuable Real Estate for
Throa lots in tho City of Laurenp,
fronting on West Main Stioct, and
containing about two acroi each.
Twonty-llvo lots in roar of Iho above
lots, fronting on now street oponed,
containing fr< m one-half acre to fifteen
acres. If Lb is property is not sold at
private sale before Salesday In Decem
ber next, it will bo so d at public out
cry on that day. ,
I have also for salo six Jot*, contain
ing from twenty to forty anrea each,
just outside of iho 'corpora'? limits of
tho Olty of Linrens, fronting on public
highway) leading into West Main
Tornn of sale, with description of
property, can be obtained and plats
se? n by calling at the office of Simpson
<fc Cooper aftor the 12th of November.
H. Y. SiMPBon,
Nov. 8, '04
! Bmmiho _/)Kind Voa \\m Always Bought
Is the verdict of well pleased customers, who are
wearing Copeland's Shoes. For Style, Fit and
Durability Copeland's Shoes are equaled by few,
and excelled by none. Customers shoes shined
"One Price Store"
Shoes, Hats and Men's Furnishing
Customer's Shoes Shined Free
fir UlaaIUv'el?KNT KUV.K to all
Uli nOOIIIf 5 users of.morphlne.
i eon loplum, laudanum,
m,m\ mmm mmUllXlrOf ODllI
m\ I g I ? MjKnlnoor Whiskey,?
larKO book of par
ment. Address, Pr.
B. If. WOOI.I.KY,
P. 0. Box 287,
J. N. LEAK,
OlTer? his services lo iho pec
pic of Lain ens County,
THE NEW NERVE TONIC
AND KIDNEY CURE.
CteAitMfl tlio Klilncyn run! ni i rifle*!**
Mood. PtitH flesh on thin poopl
th<> Nerven. Oenrn IIh II ... ? N'erw*
1>?MMi.v, Inftoinnln, I'iiIIIiih v' " "'"""
tlif Vim, Vlaor, Viniiiy ' VoulN
In Imtli (TOOK Men Mini V.
Thin New Rcmciljt work Ml " ''"''.Vii^.
?olutelyhnrtnlettM, Weh ' | ireUW?
%iPrloo, 60 cts.; 12 boxos, SG.OO, h?"*J
We win cheerfully refni ' '
DOtbenefltted. Pry n n i?l .
Laurens Drug Co