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The Autumn Wedding Gifts
that we're showing are in
deed distinctly out of the
common and are of the most
refined, beautiful and exclu
Fall 1911 Designs]
No handsomer pieces of su
perb, master workmanship
in precious metals are to be
seen anywhere?to appreci
ate fully the exquisite beauty
and value of our stocks, a|
personal inspection is neces
sary. A visit will prove a]
Laurens, South Carolina
If You are on the lookout
for something'?useful" for
we want you to know that a
jewelry store is the best place
in the world to And It.
Wo havo made special pre
paration for this happy season,
and whether you wish to spend
DO cents or $50 you will havo no
difficulty In finding something
hero to exactly suit your taste
We shall be glad to show you
our magnificent assortment and
to help you find exactly what
you are look' g for.
I am pleased to in
form the public that
I can supply them j
i New School Book.?*?
Also Tablets, Pen
cils, Ink and all
School Supplies at
The New Drug Store
112 East Side
Dr. Posey's Drug
"Purity at Posey V
Laurens, S. C.
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Havo you overworked your nervous sys
tem nnd caused trouble with your kld
m-vB and bladder? Hive sou pains in
loins. Bide, hnck nnd bladder? Have you
a flabby appearance of the faco, nnd un
der the eyes? A frequent desire to pass
urine? if ho. Williams' Kidney n\\s will
cure you?DritffglSt, Price Mo.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prop*.. Cleveland. Ohio
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I! ISN'T IT A QUESTION OF ADVERTISING?!!
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\[ Editorial in The Augusta Chronicle
The following, from The Columbus
Enquirer-Sun is interesting, as far as
"Why should the people of Colum
bus send to other places to purchase
anything when the stores In this city
are well btocked with as good if not
better goods and at prices as low or
lower? And besides In order to get
goods from another place the consig
nee has to pay freight, which is an
"Columbus merchants are interest
ed in the city. They have their1 money
invested here; they pay taxes upon
property; they contribute to institu
tions of the community; they help to
1.eep alive the spirit of progress and
advancement; they take a leading part
in Lhe city's affairs, and they are en
titled to every consideration at the
hands of those who deBlre to make
purchases in any line. It would be
different If the local dealers were not
well equipped, if their rchandlso
were not complete in Us ariety and
admirable In Its quality, as well as
reasonable In price. But their estab
lishments are kept up-to-date in every
respect and they are entitled to ev
ery consideration at the hands of the
"If it should transpire, ns It some
times does, that a person desires some
thing and cannot find just what he
or she wants In Columbus, all that Is
necessary to get it is for the person
to request his or her merchant t^
order it. The merchant will always '
gladly take the order; and what Is
more, he will give his customer the
benefit of the merchant's discount on
"It Is a short-sighted policy for a
person to send away from Columbus
Like every situation In which there
is a question raised, some kind of rea
son can be found for the situation as j
it exists. In this one maybe it's a
question of advertising. Certainly that
has something to do with it, anyway.
The majority of those "as good If
not better goods" which people gen
erally buy away from home, but not
all of them, are the wares of "mall or
der houses." In fact, there are few
real live merchants, who go after
business, that will not frankly con
fess that mail order business is a
competition with which 'they hnvo to
contend In a marked degree?and it
is growing. But, the people wouldn't
know anything about the nlail order
houses if those houses were not for
ever and eternally advertising. They
never lose an opportunity to get next
to the prospective purchaser, but the
local merchant frequently does. There
is a comparison in that feature of the
situation for the local dealer to con
Blder; and It's worth serious consid
WASHINGTON'S SOCIETY LEADER "
CopyrlKlit, O. V. Buck.
MR9. CHAMP CLARK.
As tho lenders In tho nation's politics chnnpo from time to ttme at
Washington, so do the leaders In society, for after tho men retire, their
wives do not care to linger and tako second plnco while some other woman
leads. Tho first In Importance for tho coining season Is Mm. Champ Clark,
wife of tho speaker of tho house of representatives. As tho speaker la next
In importance to tho president of the United States, It is natural that his wlfo
should he ono of tho lenders, hut Mrs. Clark has won for herself a prominent
place In lltorary and society circles. Sho Is a college woman of remarkable
lntelllge co, and tho fact that she can write stories under a nom do plumo
that sell, has not lessened her value to tho literary lights of tho cnpltol. Not
only Is sho clevor along such lines ns make her a successful society loader,
but sho can bako a plo or mako a dress as the occasion demands.
Mrs. Clark Is a tall woman with a commanding figure and a very charm
ing manner. Her greatest Interest outside of her husband's career and her
young daughtor who Is to make her debut next season. Is In tho Congressional
club. There Is n contingent of this club composed of collcgo women promi
nent In Washington society and as Mrs. Clark Is a graduate of tho Unlvorslly
of Missouri sho Is much Interested In the club and Its work. Sho is fortunate
In that she numbers among her acquaintances many of tho literary lights of
tho world and was a close personal friend of Mark Twain's for years, having
known him since sho wns a little girl. Her teas and receptions aro en
attended, for being n southern woman, she knows how to entertain In that
most delightful and hospitable manner of the south.
Ono of tho most Important events of the next social season will !><? Iho
debut of Miss Qonevleve Clftrk, tho young daughter of tho speaker, for ncv
to tho president's daughter, the speaker's Is of greatest Interest socially. So
it will bo a busy season for Mrs. Clark.
Tim fnuso of Eczema?
la germ life thai burrows under and
feeds on the skin. The wny to eure
KC/KMA Is to remove the cause by
washing away with a clean, penetrat
ing liquid, the germ life anil poisons
that cause the trouble.
We have a preparation that will do
this. The first application will stop
the Itching and Rive prompt relief to
an Irritated, Itching or Inflamed skin.
If you are a sufferer from skin or
scalp eruption In any form, try one
bottle of this clean scientific prepara
tion, we are confident you will ho
pleased with tho results from the use
of this standard preparation for ecze
Good for Infants as well as grown
Lnurous Drug Co., Lnurons, 8, C.
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Real Estate for Sale
Oakland Heights Realty Co.
Now is the time to invest in a good farm. There is nothing as safe and
nothing that will bring in larger dividends, as well located real estate, whether
it be a farm, suburban property or city property,?for besides paying good in
terest you get much larger dividends in the increased value of the property.
The man of property to-day is the man who invested in Real Estate.
We are offering some exceptional bargains. Come in to see us and let's
talk over the matter.
40 acres land. Three-fourths mile from city limits on Greenville road,
part in cultivation, part in woods. See us for prices and terms.
52 acres, 1 mile from city limits, 40 acres in cultivation, well located,
ideal for small suburban farm. See us for price and terms.
One acre lot on South Harper street, beautiful building lot, with good
servant's house in rear.
One seven room dwelling on South side of Martin street, A bargain at
$1850.00. Easy terms.
167 acres joining and above Musgrove Mill on Enoree river, known as
Newman land. One 3-room cottage recently remodeled. Price $10.00 per
acre. Easy terms.
If you want your land sold, list it with us at once. We have connec
tion outside of county and can find a purchaser. We have just sold a Laurens
county farm for $8000.00 cash to a party in Sumter county.
Messrs. B. A. Sullivan, E. P. Minter and Marion R. Wilkes will give
their personal attention to all business entrusted to this Company.
Call to see us and let's us talk over your properties.
Oakland Heights Realty Company
Oflice in J. E. Minter & Bro. Store. Laurens, South Carolina
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An Office Thoroughly Equipped for The Production
of Perfect Printing.
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mo n I for producing1 catch) mid artistic ivork (luil Is, If tin men hclilinl I lie
plant Inno Hie "Know-hon" und I ho Idons. Our printing ilcpitrtnicnl is up
(o dale mid (he llll'll in charge (if il lliivo boon thorough!) drilled in Die
school of modern typography* l.?l us quote yon prices on yum next rata?
logiio, liooklet, folder, letter heads, hill heads or mi) piece or printing which
ton ui?|i to have ii.indled right.
Advertiser Printing Co.
Laurens, S. C.