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Mill Ena Sale
IS NOW GOING ON.
We are offering tremendous values throughout our big store. We have a magnificent stock of goods and it will pay all who are look
ing for Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats and anything that comes in our line to see what values we are showing. Our sale has been big,
it's always big, but this one excels all others. Exceptional bargains in Ladies'Suits, Blankets, Comforts, men's Overcoats and Winter Suits.
MONEY SAVING MILL END VALUES.
36-inch Sea Island, worth 7 l-2c,
Mill End price.
Everett Classic Ginghams in short lengths, /| /L ~
Mill End price.,. v?t
36-inch Persian Lawns in short lengths ? r
worth 10c, Mill End price. vr / C
10-4 Wool Blankets in red, pink and blue ^ a
borders worth $4.00, Mill End price.O .O V
200 single cotton Blankets worth 50c each ^
Mill End price. OOC
Big lot of Ladies Umbrellas with fancy
handles, worth $1.25, Mill End price.
72-inch all-linen Damask, worth ' 1.25,
Mill End price.
36-inch black Taffeta Silk, the kind we xio,
been selling at $1.25, Mill End price.
52-inch Broadcloth, the best on the mar
ket this season at $1.00, Mill End price
54-inch Zibelenes worth $1.00, Mill End
Extra heavy all-wool filling 9 ounce Jeans,
Mill End price.
Big lot of fine Comforts worth $1.25 and
$1.50, Mill End price.
36-inch dress Flannel in all colors worth
40c, Mill End price.
45-inch Linen for waists and suits worth
50c, Mill End price.
Big lot of Sheer Linen Lawn worth 30c to
35c, Mill End price.
90-inch Linen Sheeting, extra nice qual
ity, Mill End price.
Extra size and weight white Bed Spreads,
Mill End price.
Ladies' black Satine Petticoats, Mill End
Ladies' black Silk Petticoats worth $5.00
to $6.00, Mill End price.
54-inch Waterproof worth 50c, comes in
all colors, Mill End price.-.
Note the low prices. Make Out your list and come and you will find things just as advertised,
and be on time, for there is no other sale like the Mill End Sale for bargains.
No goods will be charged.
Nothing sent out on approval.
Goods [must be paid for before
they! will be sent out. If you
buy anything that does not fit
will gladly exchange them for
Come rain or shine whether you intend to buy or not. Remember the date. Keep it in your mind
Embroideries, Huslin Un=
derwear, White Quilts, Com=
forts, Blankets and Remnants
of all kinds will be sold at this
sale. Let no other sale mislead
you, but come to the Genuine
Bargain-Oiving Mill End Sale.
Mr. J. J. Pluss, executor of the estate of S. Diamond has engaged the
Clearing House Association of Chicago to conduct a 10 day sale for the benefit
f of the heirs of the late S. Diamond. The stock consisting of Men's, Boys' and
Children's Clothing, Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Valises
and Gents Furnishings, etc. This entire stock will be offered to the public for
Jan. i7th at 9 a. m.
Rain or Shine
Mr. J. J. Pluss takes this step in order to bring about a speedy settlement
to be devided between heirs. He will sacrifice this entire stock in order to get
the ready cash.
Sale Opens Friday Jan. 17th, 1908 at 9 a. m.
Rain or Shine.
TO THE PUBLIC: Mr. J. J. Pluss and Clearing House Association have
taken over the entire stock of the heirs of the estate of S. Diamond. It will
be our endeavor to dispose of this volume of Merchandise as speedily as possi
ble so as not to incur unnecessary expense. Here are our instructions, per
emptory orders; to sell entire stock forthwith regardless of cost or loss. Posi
tively no stock held in reserve. The original tickets are still on the goods.
Prices marked in plain figures.
.\ One Price to All .\
We will carry out orders to the letter. Consider what these instructions
mean to you.
J. J. Pluss, Executor, Clearing House Associa
tion Sale Conductors.
Watch for the Big; Green Fronts.
S. Diamond's Estate
J. PLUSS, Executor
Clearing House Associations Sale Conductors.
CROSS HILL NEWS LETTER.
Wreck on the Seaboard Road-.-Several
Cross Hill, January 13.?There was a
wreck on the Seaboard road, just below
this place, last Thursday evening. Some
freight cars jumped the track, and one
car loaded with cotton seed is a total
loss. The road was cleared and trains I
were able to pass by 9 o'clock Friday.
No one was injured.
Mrs. Matilda Colcman suffered a
stroke of paralysis last Wednesday and
has been seriously ill since. She is
some better today.
Dr. Miller will leave for Columbia to
day to be on hand at the opening of
the session of the Legislature.
Mr. Louis Hanna has accepted a po
sition with Dr. Miller, at the drug
Mr. John Lona will be with Mr. C. D.
Nance this year.
Rev. Mr. HollingswoJth will preach
at the Presbytciran church Sunday
Mr. L. F. McSwain and family are
visiting his mother, Mrs. Jane Mc
Swain. He has been in poor health for
some.weeks, and will have to take a
good long rest from his work to recu
or Hawkers and Peddlers
State of South Carolina, /
County of Laurens. )
By virtue of an Act of the Generul
Assembly of South Carolina, therefor
providing, the County Hoard of Com
missioners for Laurens County, State
aforesaid, hereby fix the following
icense fees to be paid by hawkers and
peddlers doing business in said county
for the year A. D. 1908, to wit:
For Foot Peddlers, Ten Dollars.
For Peddlers traveling in one horse1
wagon. Forty Dollars.
Peddlers in two horse wagon, Sixty
For Vendors of Stoves or Ranges, for !
the first wagon, Sixty Dollars; and for
each additional wagon. Forty Dollars.
Vendors of Clocks, Fifty Dollars tor
the first wagon and Thirty Dollars for |
each additional wagon.
Vendors of Lightning Rods for the |
first wagon, Twenty Dollars, and for
each additional wagon, Ten Dollars
Peddlers of Spectacles on foot, Ten
Dollars; same with team, Fifteen Dol
For peddling Sewing Machines for the
first wagon, Fifty Dollars; and for each
additional wagon Thirty Dollars.
For peddling Pianos or Organs, for
each one horse wagon Eighty Dollars;
for each two horse wagon One Hundred
and Twenty Dollars.
All licenses to be issued by the Clerk
of Court and to be of force until the
31st day of December, 1908, as provided
Done in regular annual session at
Laurens, S. C., this 9th day of January
H. B. HUMBBiRT
County Clork. 5*4-31
I FfTRIO THE BEUT FOR
'BITTERS AND KIDNEYS
For Traffic in Seed Cotton
and Unpacked Lint
State of South Carolina ^
County of Laurens. \
Persuant to an Act of the General
Assembly of South Carolina, approved
the 18th day of February, A. D. 1905,
providing tnerefor, the County Hoard
of Commissioners for Laurens County,
State aforesaid, hereby fix the license
for Traffic in Seed Cotton and Unpacked
Lint Cotton within the limits of said
county during the period beginning
August 15th and ending December 20th
of the present year, in the sum of Two
Hundred and Fifty Dollars.
All licenses to be issued by the Clerk
of Court of said county, as provided by
Done at Laurens, S. C. in regular
session, this the 9th day of January,
A. D. 1908.
H. B. HUMBERT,
County Clerk. 24-3t
Has Married 630 Couples.
A paragraph appeared in the "State"
recently to the effect that Hev. W. B.
Duncan, the Methodist minister at
Rock Hill, had performed 25 marriage
ceremonies this year, and this was re
ferred to as a record breaker.
The writer of the paragraph is evi
dently not familiar with the widespread
popularity of Rev. A. A. James, the
Presbyterian minister who resides at
Mr. James informs the Progress that
he has made eighty hearts heat as one;
in other words, to solve this seemingly
impossible mathematical problem, ho
united in marriage forty couples during
the year 1907.
During his long service as a minister
he has married moro than 030 couples,
and, in mentioning this fact recently
said that he then "had two more on
deck." ?Union Progress.
The Advertiser would regret to
lose a single one of its subscribers, but
after April 1 those who are twelve!
months in arrears will have to be
dropped from the list.
;;ig| EARLY HEADER!"
r?tUpri? at? Youn^T?tond. S. C: 600 for $1.00: 1 to 4.000 ?t $1.60 per 1.000: 5 to R.000
ni $1.25 per l.ooo: 0 to ?o.000 at $1.00 per lfiOO. Special prices on larger quantities. Full count
and satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Folder on Cabbage Culture by O. M.
GibMn'tnaUcd free on application. Cheap express rates to all points. Mail your orders to
M. GIBSON, Voting's Island, S. C. ?
Second Trial of Airs. Blair.
Preparations aro making for the sec
ond trial of Mrs. Ethel Blair, the hand
seme North Carolina woman who shot
her husband to death in their home on
' Marion street a year ago. The case
comes up for another trial at the term
of the Court of Sessions convening here
February 17. The jury in the former
trial brought in a verdict of manslaugh
ter, but she was granted a new trial by
Judge George Johnstone on the ground
that the jury was kept over night in a
hotel in separate rooms. Mrs. Blair se
cured bail in $2,000 shortly after s'.io
was granted a new trial, and before
that she had been appointed executrix
of her husband's; estate, but so far has
been unable to collect on a policy of in
surance held by her husband in the
There are six other murder cases to
be tried at this term of court.?Colum
bia Special to Charlotte Observer.
RED TAG SALE
Is in Pull Blast.
Be sure to visit
our store this ,
Bargains for Everybody!
J. E. MI NT ER & BRO.