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laurens boys and
girls to college
Sonic Have Already (Jone, others
Leaft> This Week, The Kent
do On I nter.
Laurens will be represented at the
different colleges nud universities,
within and without the State, during
the current scholastic year by the fol
Ohlcora college?Misses Bessie and
Hollins Institute?Misses Hetty and
CleinsoH college?Qrover Rickey and
J. C. Bnrksdule.
Converse college?Misses Annie Huff.
Rebeceu Dial, Annie Simpson, Toccoa
Limestone college?Misses Alline
Franks, Alluwee Watson, Eva Trlhble.
College for Women?MiBses Jennie
Fleming, Sadie Sulllvah, Elizabeth
Winthrop?Misses "Willie Dorroh,
Kdmonla Harret t, Imogeue Wllkes,
Mnrgurlte Tolbert, Pearl ('lardy, Char
lotte McQowail, Mary Helle Fuller,
Cora Armstrong, Lillie Miller, Sarah
Wofford college?Moore and Hasting
Dial, Phil Huff, Carlos Moseley.
Citadel?Edwin ' as, Ose Slt
greaves, Tom Hak litingdon Long,
Fur man university?Yates Hrown,
Ernest Machen, Hilliary llarksdaile,
Alfred Harksdale, Robert Roper, Earl
Davidson college -Carles Fleming.
University of South Carolina?Dick
Fuller, William McQowan, John Watts,
Richard Simpson. Qus Hart, John Mills
Frskine college?Frskinc Todd.
How to Supply tlie Soil With Humus.
The plowing under and mixing
with the top (5 to 8 Inches of the soil
of a crop of vegetable matter will do
more to improve tho fertility of any
properly drained soil than any other
tiling that can be done except the ap
plication of a large amount of stable
manure. In the absence of sufficient
live stock, with a large area of poor
or unproductive soils, and the rapid
loss of organic matter, due to climatic
conditions above-refered to, we must
adopt special and energetic measures
for Increasing soil fertility, or con
sume long years of valuable time in
our operations. Crop rotations which
tend to supply a large amount of hu
mus-formlng materials and the keep
ing of live stock are very much to be
desired, but In the depleted condition
of our soils and the rapidity with
which humus disappears from them,
some more energetls measures are
necessary. In view of these facts, the
plowing under of crops grown en
tirely for supplying organic matter to
Hie Boil will frequently prove a good
investment.?Raleigh (N. C.) Progres
sive Farmer and Gazette.
FOR M \ 1,1? HEADS.
A Treatment That Costs Nothing if
We want you to try three large bot
tles of Rexall "93 Hair Tonic on our
personal guarantee that, the trial will j
not cost you a penny if It does not I
Klve you absolute satisfaction. That's j
proof of our faith in this remedy,
and it should indisputably demonstrate
that we know what we are talking '
ubout when we say that Rexall "1)3"
Hair Tonic will grow hair on bald'
beads, except Where baldness has been
Of such long duration that the roots
of the hair are entirely dead, the j
follicles closed and grown over, and
the scalp is glazed.
Remember, we are basing our state
niont upon what, ban already been ac
complished by the use of Rexal "93" j
Hair Tonic and we have the right to
assume that what It lias done for j
thousands of others It will do for you.
In any event you cannot lost; any- |
thing by giving It a trial on our liberal ,
guarantee. Two sizes, 50c and $1.00. j
Remember, you can obtain Rexall
Remedies In this community only at
our store - The Rexall Store. The
I.aureus Drug Co.
Who in this blessed, prosperous
county Is not able to give one day's
work to support some orphan child?,
There are about 1,000 orphan child- I
ren being educated and trained in
Soutli Carolina institutions. Their ;
officials have asked nil the people
to give them one doy's work or Its
equivalent on Saturday, Sept. 24. Why
can't everybody lend a hand? One'
may send to the institution of his
own preference, as all are uniting in
the plan. Our people are able to do
nobly and we hope they will.
Why Salves Fall \o Cure Eczema.
Scientists are now agreed that the
eczema germs are lodged not in the
outer skin or epidermis, but In the
inner skin. Hence, a penetrating li
quid is required, not an outward salve I
that clogs the pores.
We reccommend to all eczema pa-'
tlent8 the standard prescription Oil
of Wlntergreen as compounded in 11-,
quid form known as D. I). D. Pres
cription. A trial bottle of this D. D. j
D. Prescription, at only 25 cents, will
Instantly relieve the itch. We have j
sold and recommended this remedy
for years, and know of wonderful
cures from Its use. We recommend
It to our patrons.
Sold by Laurens Drug Co.
Keep the day and date in
mind and come. They
are here for you.
Remember the place. The
Cut Price Store and the
date, Sept. 23, 1910
zr^^-Ti^a^fsmx^.r?^^mmr7^vsc9 AT THE
Such Values as the people of Laurens and County have never seen before and are not
likely to see again. The entire stock of J. A. Sparks' Bankrupt has been purchased
by Davis=Roper Company at a Big Sacrifice Price and will be sold at Sparks' Old
The time is at hand. Your opportunity is here to get the Greatest Values in rierchan
dise that has been offered the people. We invite your attention to the prices below
and warn you that you will have to be on hand early if you get your share of the
Bargains. The prices will be so low that this Merchandise is sure to move.
White Lawns at Great Reductions.
2()0 yds of white I.awn worth every where from
lo to 12 l-2e, going now it I.
One I."I of Printed I.awns.
We have a small lot of print Lawn worth 6.1-2c, to
go now at, tlie yd.3c
Fancy While Goods at Money Saving Prices.
Odd lots of Fancy White Goods, one and iwo pieces
of n kind, at ?ri?**t reduction.
Special Values in Itlack Taffeta Silk.
One lot of black Taffeta Silk, regular selling price
$1.00 to go now at.65c
Colored Silks ai ClIUSIIIlll) Low Prices.
Big assortment of Fancy Silks thai will he sold, worth
25c to $1.00. price now.15c to 49c
Cotton Dross Goods.
Hie; lot of Cotton Dress Goods, worth lo ni d 1*2 l-2e,
special price now.Gc
Slllrtlllg for .Men's Werk Shirts.
Kxlrn heavy, worth 10 to 12 l-2c everywhere, cut
Merchandise worth Ge, special cut price . .
Liu' lot of Faney Linenelle, worth 12 l-2e, cut ..9c
Great Value in Ladies" tine Shoes.
One lot "I" Ladies Shoes, in s\/a>, 2 1-2 to I 1-2, worth
$2.50 to ll.?O, to go now at.$1.49 2.49
Ladies' Fancy Collars.
W'w: lol of Ladies Fancy Collars in every style yon
can thing of, worth 25e, vom- choice of tin* lot . .15c
Ladies' Shirt Waists.
I.; die> Shirt Waists that sells everywhere at 50c,
special |o| now at.29c
Bargains in 25c Dress Goods.
All 25c Dress Goods <>f every description will he
closed out at, the yd.15c
50 Cent Press Goods.
Kvery piece of Dress Goods in the house that sold at
50c will he sold now at.29c
Apron Ginghams at Mono) Saving Prices.
One lot of Apron Ginghams in all Size checks to go at;,
Bargains in Outing.
500 yds. of exl pa heavy ( MM in?!;. I he same as sells every
where at 10c to go now al.8c
Exceptional Values in Standard Cereals.
Big lot of si ;; ' ?'.! Cereals, Ihe kind that sells every
where at 12 L2c to go now at.9c
Exceptional Values in Waists.
Ladies W'asls, heautifnlly made, worth $1.25 and $1.50
to go at t In- ?Mit price.*69c & 79c
Ladies' Wash Suits.
Big bargains, ever offered in Laurens. Sails, worth
$5.00 to go now at.$1.49
liarrettes, Sale and Back Coiuhs.
Big lol of styles, ranging in price from 10c to 50c
all to go at jnst hal f price.
Ki ? Handkerchief Bargnlus.
iig assortment of Ladies Handkerchiefs, worth 10c to
Turkcj Itetl Table Damask.
Regular selling price 25e, cut price now
12 1 2c
Canton Flannel Bargains.
Cantons, worth 10 c every where, special now .. ..8c
Special Values in Corsets,
?ig lol of regular $1.00 Corsets in Standard makes
special price.59c oc 69c
Children's Winter Hose at a lie Saving.
he fatuous Lear Brand Hose in heavy ribbed in sizes
I? to 9 12. worth 25c, to go now at.15c
Children's Winter Underwear.
? ig lot of odds and ends thai are only a few of kind,
price reduced now.5c to 19c
A Special Lace Sale.
1,500 yds Vale Lnee and insertion, worth 5c to 7c, spe
cial now.2 1 2c
Special Value in Writing Paner.
Writing Paper put tip in boxes, worth 15e, special
now. Ihe box.5c
Shoe Values Worth .Notice.
."><) pairs Ladies Fine Latent Leather Low shoes, worl.li
.,.3.00 to $3.50, special now.$1.G9
Misses' Low Shoes at Great Reduction
?10 pair ol' Misses Latent Leather Oxford ami Strap
Sandals, worth -r-.oo, special now.99c
Jnst a few pairs of a kind but the greatest values
von have seen.
Special Values in Itlankets.
$1.99 to $3.49
Men's Hall' Hose at Astonishing Prices.
One lot Of men's fast black half Hose that sell every
where iit lo to 12 I-2c to go now at.Gc
Men's Shirts at Greatly Reduced Prices.
.Men's Shirts in good styles worth 50e, price reduced
Genuine Hargains in Men's Felt Hats.
Men s hats worth $1.25 now.79c & 89c
" 1.50 " .99c & $1.19
" 2.00 " .$1.29 & 1.39
" 2.50 " .$1.49 & $1.69
Broken lots of Childrcns shoes.
At. cut prices this is your chance for special values.
Lie/ loi Hair Goods in broken lols. switches at greatly
reduced prices. If we have what yon want now is your
time for bargains.
Mens and Ladies Shoes in broken lots. All grades and
all prices at special cut prices
Shoes worth $1.50 to 2.f>() now.$1.19 to 1.99
.,hoes worth $3.00 to $3.50 now .. ..$2.19 to $2.49
You can come expecting to find hundreds and hundreds of articles marked at greatly
reduced prices that are not mentioned here, but on the date mentioned for the opening
you will see things in readiness and the greatest collection of values that you have
ever seen in Laurens.
THE CUT PRICE STORE
Sparks' Old Stand next to
Planters Grocery Co.
The Place for Bargains in all Kinds of Merchandise
The date, Friday Morning,
September 23, 1010