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Your Front Door
has a lot to do with the ap
pearance of your home. We
manufacture and carry an
attractive stock of
Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Porch Columns, In
terior Trim, Finish,
from which to make your
selections. Our goods and
our prices will both please
Come and see us or write.
"BUY OF THE MAKER"
If You are on the lookout
for something ??useful" for
we want you to know that a
Jewelry stqje is tho best place
in the world to find it
. We have made special pre
paration for this happy season,
and whether you wish to spend
60 cents or $50 you will have no
difficulty In finding something
here to oxactly suit your taste
Wo 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
t New School Book?
Also Tablets, Pen
cils, Ink and all
School Supplies at
The New Drug Store
112 East Side
Public ?quat e
1 Dr. Posey's Drug j
$ i Store
"Purity at Posey's"
Laurens, S. C. ]
SCHOOL LYCEUM DATES
HAVE BEEN ANNOUNCED
Hupt B. L. Jones has Arranged for
tbe Attractions and Date* for the
Entire Series?Convenient Dates.
Superintendent B. L. Jones has sent I
the notice bolow t9 The Advertiser
concerning the School Lyceum for the
coming season. It will be noted that
all attractions come during the lat
ter half oT the week and are conse
quently most convenient for every
body to attend. Judging by the attrac
tions last year and the promises for
this year the course for the coming
winter will be an excellent one. On
account of a connection which Mr.
Jones has made with several other ed
ucators in tbe state be has been able |
to book souio unusual attractions for
the coming season and at a much
cheaper price .ban be could have got
ten them otherwise. The following Is]
what Mr. Jones has sent in to this
School Lceuitt Course.
The dates for our School Lyceum I
Course have been arranged as fol
Byron W. King, Friday, October
Cafereilt Concert Parly, Friday,]
Philadelphia Concert Party, Thurs
day, December 21st.
John Q. Skorer, Friday, January 12th
Skovgaard Concert, Party, Friday,
Toronto Male Quartet, Friday, April
We have secured six unusually
strong attractions and we solicit the
patronage of the patrons and friends
of the school and the citizens of the
town In making this the best attend
ed of any of our Lyceum Courses in
It should appeal strongly to every
one to become a member of the
School Lyceum Course as It is being
run this season not only In the Interest
of tbe school but In behalf of the
Civic League association as well. If
there Is any profit made in conduct
ing the course not a dollar of it will
go to those mostly Interested In organ
izing the course.
1'lease bear In mind tbe following:
1st. PriCe of a double season ticket]
to all six attractions is $5.00.
2nd Price of a single ticked to all
six attractions is $3.00. If a family
has bought a double ticket a single]
ticket may be bad for $2.50, to bo used]
by the same family.
3rd Pupils' single ticket to all the]
attractions is $1.50.
4th To those who do not hold sea
son tickets the price of single tickets
to each attraction will be 75 cents,
children 35 cents.
5th. (And very important) No sea
son ticket will be delivered to any one
without first receiving the money for |
If you have not yet joined the]
Course, and desire to do so, please |
send your name at once either to Mrs.
Bennett. Mrs. Teague, Mrs. Aiken,
Miss Emily Meng or to
B. L. Jones, Manager.
* Among the ?w Residents.
Mr. A. F. Doty, originally of Char
leston but for the past few years a
resident of Sumter, has become Inter
ested In ihe Dodson Edwards Drug
Company and has movd his family
here to live. Mr. Doty has already
taken up his work there and seems to
be entirely pleased with the city.
Mr. W. W. Lyles, of Anderson, has
accepted a position with the Palmetto
Pharmacy and began work there Mon
day morning. Mr. Lyles Is a young]
man of very pleasing address and will
doubtless prove a valuable acquisition
to the force at this store.
Mr. P. I?. Farmer, whose former
home was In the state of Virginia, has
moved to Laurens with his family. He]
Is the representative In the western
part of South Carolina for the Tin
plnnet Alley Company and will make
this place his headquarters. Ho will
Install theso amusment devices over
this section of the State. The ally
i that he has installed here Is already
proving a mecca for pleasure seekers.
Mr. John Moore, who has been sup
erintendent of the Hartsvllle Cotton
Mills, have moved to Laurens to ac
cept the position made vacant by the
resignation of Mr. A. C. Haskell. Mr.
Moore Is a mill man of wide expert-'|
To all of theso new residents The
Advertiser extends a cordial wlcome
to the city and hopes their stay here
will bo pleasant, profitable and per
Bloondlne Blood and Kidney Tablets.
For sick kidneys bladder diseases,
rheumatism, the ono best remedy. Re
liable, endorsed by lending physicians,
sate, effectual. Results lastinp. Have
cured thousands. 50c a box. Mall
orders filled by tho Oloodlno Corpora
tion. Boston, Mass.
Laurens Drug, Co., Special Agents.
Seek ami je Shall Find.
Come to the Bed Iron Racket and
bargains will be found. .1. C. Burns &
IL OTS OF FUN!I
; J Mr. It. B. Farmer, who represents the Ten Pennett Manu* ',
;; facturing Co. of Indianapolis, Indiana, will Install a batteiy J
JI of three modern Ten Pennett alleys on West Main street. \ \
!! These differ greatly from the old style bowling alleys. They ',',
',are strictly up-to-date and will be conducted in a first class ',',
?? manner for ladies and gents. Nothing will be allowed that !!
?' themost refined lady or dignified minister eeuld object to. All <?
<? gambling features cut out. This is a very amusing and ??
? ? innocent game, offering much need exercize, brings every nms- 1'
]; cle into action. Mr. Farmer wishes to please the people in | J
|J Laufens and surrounding country and will be glad to have J \
II the advice as 10 how these alleys etc. shall bo conducted. Ho \\
wants the best people to play, others must stay out. No cussing !|
? ! language or intoxication, boisterous talking will be allowed. '.'
<> Bums are requested to stay out. He means to bo nice to '> >
<> everybody, but docs not care to mix up with those that make <>
*? trouble. 11
;; Please accept this ad in the good spirit, in which it is meant, j1
]j Conn* to see me. You shall be treated nicely. J[
] J Wfi have aranged to have a private bath-room, in oonnec- |'
I; tion with the alloy. J |
P. B. FARMER
I UNCLE SAM I
I Delivers Your Mail Only but We
i Deliver Anything. We are better ::
i prepared than ever to serve you !:
? in the Drayage business.
We can also furnish you wity/1
: the best dry Pine and Oak Woo' J
: cut to your order. Also, Toai, T
i Brick, Lime and Cement.
? _ ??
\ J.W.&R.M.Eichelberger |
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\\ The Coal Men of Experience '[
\\ Office Phone33 Night Phone 276
ii i >
Copyright 1909, b* C. E. Zimmerman C0.--N0. 38
FROM Burma to Scotland, from the beautiful, light colored, dainty
madras cloth to the heavy or light mohairs, panamas, cheviots,
you will find our assortment complete arid our selection as to pat
terns tasty and in keeping with your own ideas. No matter what
you need in Dress Goods, you will find it in our store fabrics from
O'ER THE WORLD AT PRICES YOU WILL GLADLY PAY.
36-inch Pin Strip, all color,. 25cts
50-inch Mohair, all color,. 50cts
36-inch All Wool Panno,. 50cts
36-inch All Wool Surge,. 50ctR
Our line of Hosiery and Underwear is Complete. Sweaters for the whole Family.
Come in let us take your measure for a
Well-fitting, Nobby Winter Suit, Overcoat
or a Pair of Trousers. There are no better
Tailors than the ones we represent. Let
us show you over our complete stock of
Up-to-the-moment Gent's Furnishings,
Shoes, Hats, Ties, Collars, Underwear, etc.
The Busy Corner
. Laurens, S. C.