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moss HILL NKW8 NOTES.
Homo Moving A lilting Itosldftiits
School Opens Alter llolldliys.
Cross Hill. .Inn. 10th. Mr. Austin
Lenmon has llnlshed hin lurm ut Whit
mire and will j;<> t?i Columbia this
week to attend Dniughou's Business
Mr. Co u way Dial ami family liavc
moved to town. Tin ;. oecii|>.\ Ilia Mad
deb rosldotice en Miller at reel.
Mr. l.oland Hill tin up lo-dnlo young
plan!or has moved lo Ills pretty bolne
b< bough) .from Mr I Hal,
Misses Coline MM and Susie Brooks
charming young ladies of iIk
Vuughuvllle section, wen- hero Friday
to fiikf the train for (.lustouia, N.>11??
Cni ollnn lo uttond i allege.
Mr, Bon I'ugh of flroensboro, N. ('..
is visiting Iiis aunt Mrs. .1 II. Nance.
Prof. Glonn Pnrrctt und his corps of
teachers will begin school here again
today. The trustees have been mak
ing a change in the heating arrange
ment of the school building tlie past
Mrs. .1 <.). Byles and children <<i
Greenwood are visiting; Mr. und Mrs
\V. C. Bosor nnd other relatives in
Mr. Sam Todd and famil\ of Clinton
visited Mrs. X K. Boyce last week.
Mr. s. I.. Turner and family hnve
moved to the fartn of Mr lohn Turner
:i few miles from town
Mr. Charles Kirk of Miami. Florida,
spent Christmas with Iiis mother, Mrs
B A. Whorton.
Mr. l.yl Lea man spent Sunday with
home folks. His friend ami fellow
student, Mr Simpson conic with him
\ e yon thinking of building, or re?
modeling your home? it so. \ye can
Bavo yon on mantels, tiles and grates,
lull line of samples to select from ai
S. M. & E. II. Wilko.s & Co.
BAPTIST UNION MEETINGS.
1IIIIOIIIICCIMf*111 of Time, IMllCC ami l*ro?
groin of Meetings to lie Held.
The I'nloii of tin* fouth division of
the I .an ions UHHOclatlon will moot with
Beavcrdam churoh, Saturday. Jan.
I 111 0. at 11 o'clock, a. m
11 .mi s'i ruiou bj Roy. '?. I". Mi:
chi II. oi' Rov. .1. V .McCIII.
Organization; annual eh ? l i n ?>l
i :::o "The Scriptural ricinan i and
plan tor supporting missions." i \
Mat tin. \V. I'. BroWn, I w. Fowler.
.1. II. Whnrtoii,
l'.i". on;- motto for 1011): "(lo for
ward." K.v. 11:15. "Why. how, and in
what privileges?" W. P. Turner, \V.
<'. Wharton V. Lewis Vow lor.
3:00 ?"The human sncrlilci s and un
avoidable dlllloultles o! entering and
walking the "Narrow way". Man. 7:
I?-27. Brief heart talks on t'.-is Sub
ject hy the In ?'Ihren, led bs Rov. .1.
V. McCiill. as the moderator
Sunday morning, .Ian 150.
10:30- Sunday schools.
Mi Prayer and souk service by
l. It. Benjamin.
t2j Preparing the Sunday school los
BOU. Rev. .1. V. McOIII.
(3) Teaching the Sunday school les
son. Kev. B. P. Mitchell,
II :30 -Missionary sermon by Rev. C.
Lewis Fowler, or Rev .1. A. Martin.
Death of Mr. Brown Mauley.
Mr. Brown Mauley, an aged citizen
of the COUlUy. died on Monday at his
hoiio- on Mi. Jno. IV Mills" place and
was buried at Rabuti creek on Tues
da> afternoon. Rev, K. C. Watson con
ducting th? service Mr, Mauley was
SI years of ago. ami a veteran of the
late war. He louves a son. Mr. Henry
I Manb y.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy never
disappoints those who vise it for obatl-1
nate coughs, colds ami iiiitatIons of
He- throat and lungs. It stands un
rivalled us n remedy for all throat and !
lung discus* s Sold by l.aureus Drug
*i Otuig Doctor ..'sul;antI;. i Well.
I've boon succc sful with iu> lirst pa
.1 common, ovory-do.V cough mixture.
It is a meritorious reniCdy tor ail the
troublesome and dangerous complica
tions resulting from cold In the head,
throat. . host 01 lungs. Seid by Lau
fen-. Drug Co.
"How realistic your pointing is* u
fairly makes my mouth water' "
"A sunset makes your mouth wa?
? it's a sunset, is It?" I thought
it was a tried egg!'' Detroit Free I
SI'l l I U, NOTH K.
Of Importance to the People of I.au
The l.aurens Drug Co. desires to
announce to the readers of The Adver
tiser that they have been able to se
cure the agency for Parisian Sage, the
marvelous dandruff cure and delight
ful hair dressing.
The Laurens Drug Co. is glad to i
state that Parisian Sane is a rigidly
guaranteed hair liivigorator.
It cures dandruff in two weeks by
killing the dandruff microbes: it stops
falling hair, itchng scalp and splitting
i hair or money back.
It is a most pleasant hair dressing. |
especially for ladies, as it causes the
hair grow in thickly and makes it
luxuriant and lustrous. The price is j
only r?0 cents a large bottle at Laurons
CASH OR ON TIME
With Good Security.
! Wo have a big stock of
I Goods on h:?nd t hat were
purchase d before t he ad
vance in prices and are
able and ready to supply
your wants. We soil
the highest patent (lour
made, the kind that satis
fies. Every sack guaran
teed. We have now in the
store and to be shipped la
ter several hundred bar
rels of best patent (lour,
Copyright or White Satin
and best second patent
flour Nondyke or White
A large stock of choice heavy
Red Rust Proof Oats for
We arc headquarters for Corn,
Hay, Feed Oats and Corn Meal.
Feed vom cows and fatten
your hogs, Cotton Seed Meal,
Bran and Shorts, Mill Feed,
Rice Meal and Rice Flour.
J. H. SULLIVAN
Laurens, S. C.
To Our Friends!
The Planters' Grocery Co. is opened for business in
I he new Dial-Gray block on West Main street, carrying
a fall line of the very best und freshest in fancy gro
ceries, country produce, home and plantation supplies,
trails and (obui'cos.
All that is ashed is a trial; come und muhe known
your wants. Our effort will be to supply those wants
u (h the quickest and most obliging service.
Yours to se?%ve
K. T. Onnlap, President; R. K. Ilowell, Manager;
I. H. Donnan and W. H. Gray.
Something In A Name.
Laurens county k>>; through tii?
I Christmas holidays with only one hom
| leide one negro killed another in
I Scutltetown township. A township
with a name like tlr.it could scarcely
hope to go Unit; without a killing.
: .lacks township, we are glad to report.
I maintained its good name lor peace
I and order.?. 'nvherry Ohserver.
DR. CLIFTON JONES
Office in Simmons Building*
Phone: Office No. 86; Residence 219.
AND WHITE GOODS
J. E.Minter& Brother's is in Full Blast
Do not fail to visit this Great Sale, as we are offering the Greatest Values Money can buy. Goods will
be much higher. So we advise every one to supply their wants at Red Tag Prices.
All the Newest and Nobbiest pat
tern.- in White Waist Goods
at 10, 15. 20, 25 and 39c yd.
40 inch White Lawn at 10. 1 2 1
and 15c yd.
Beautiful White Linen Goods
at 25, 35 and 49c yd.
The Nobbiest in all the Colored
Linens at 25 and 39c yd.
Dress Ginghams worth 7c, special
Red Tag Sale price 5c yd.
90 inch LiliCll Sheeting, special
at 75c and $1.00 > d,
45 inch Linen Sheeting, special 50c yd.
The newest in colored Linens,
special at 25c yd.
Linens in white and colors
at 10, 12 x/> and 15c
Repps in all shades, special
at 15, 20 and 25c
New patterns in Ginghams
10c and 1 2 ) jc
New lot Dress Ginghams worth
7c, special at 5c yd
Piaxon 15, 20 and 25c
Red Tag Sale of Ladies' Suits
This is your ? ?pportunity to buy
tint Suit you have been wanting.
Everyone marked at prices that will
movt it quickly, a- we cannot carry
Ladies' Suits worth
Ladies1 Suits worth
Ladies' Suits worth 12.50, Red
Tag Sale 8.99
adies' Suits worth
Ladies' Suits worth 6.00, Red
Tag Sale 3.89
A few Misses and Children's
Cloaks that will be closed out at a
great sacrifice. Don't miss this op
portunity to get your Cloak.
We have entirely too many .Shoes
and want to convert a good part of our
.Shot- stock into cash, and to do so we
offer some great, values.
Men's $5.00 to $6.00 Shoes at $4.12
Men's $4.00 Shoes, Red Tag .Sale 3.39
Men's S3.50 Shoes, Red Tag Sale 2.98
Men's #3.00Shoes, Red Tag Sale 2.49
Ladies' #3.50 Shoes, Red Tag
Ladies' #3.00 Shoes, Red Tag
Sale 2.29 and 2.49
Ladies' and Men's $2.50 Shoes,
Red Tag .Sale t.98 and 2.19
Ladies' and Men's $2.00 and $2.1:5
Shoes Red Tag Sale 1.69 and 1.89
Clothing at Red Tag Prices
This is your opportunity to buy
that .Suit you have been intending to
buy. This is the time of year we
clean up stock regardless of cost.
You can save several dollars on your
suit and you get it with the real be
ginning of winter.
$25.00 .Suits, Red Tag Sale
22.50 " " 44 44
Sale of House-Furnishing
Every wise house-keeper will sup
ply her needs in this line during the
Great Red Tag .Sale. Economy de
mands that you buy what yon need in
this line now.
Blankets worth 6.50, Red Tag Sale 4.89
Blankets worth 5.00, Red Tag Sale 3.89
Blankets worth 3.50, Red Tag Sale 2.89
Sheets worth 50c, Red Tag .Sale 42c
Sheets worth 90c, Red Tag .Sale 73c
.Sheets worth 1.00, Red Tag .Sale 79c
Boy's Suits worth $5.00, Red Tag 3.99
4 1 44 4 4 3.50, 4 4 4 4 2.69
4 4 4 4 4 4 2.50, 4 4 4 4 1.89
A few (Ivereoats to be closed out
at a great bargain. If we have your
size we will sell you.
$25.00 Overcoat, Red Tag Sale $18.90
This is the year when you will practice economy. Begin it right by buying what you are going to need for the next six
good Merchandise is offered to you at prices that you cannot afford to pass. This is the time when you reap the benefit and
for cash. No goods charged. Your money back if the goods are not satisfactory.
months at this Great Sale, where
we take our loss. Everything sold
RED TAG SALE
J. E. WINTER & BROTHER
LAURENS, S. C.