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DtiNlnoHa l'lilillslilnor Co. I T'1
Baalneaa PublUhlnir Co.
8th and Pine Sts..
81. Louie. Mo.
If You are on the lookout
for something '?useful" for
OR S < '
we want yoi? to know that a
Jewelry store is the best plnco
in the world tj find It.
We have made Bpecial pre.
paration for this happy season,
and whether you wish to spend
60 cents or $50 you will have no
ditliculty in finding somothing
here to exactly suit your taste
We shall bo glad to show you
our magnificent assortment nnd
to help you find eiactly what
you are look' g for.
I am pleased to in
form the'public that
I can supply them
\ New School Book.s
Also Tablets, Pen
cils, Ink and all
School Supplies at
The New..Drug Store
112 East Side
I Dr. Posey's Drug
"Purity at Posey's"
Laurens, S. C.
Jno. W. Ferguson C. C. Feathcrstone
W. B. Knight
FERGUSON, FEATHERSTONR & KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
I.aureus, S. C.
Prorrfpt and cnreftil attention given
' ? t, to nil business.
Oftfofg Over Palmetto Hank.
,I AND PRIZES ,f?R WM\ FAIR
>f Valuable Gifts Has Been Secured For the
exhibits Here the d^y of the Fair.
The list of prizes^ offered
j! _Mm >v. i?. ityrd & son.
. *r one year of age, get from their Jack. $12..50.
W|Minder one year of age, get from their Jack, $7.50.
^er one year of age, get from their Jack, $5.00.
a k e ' ''''?? I'"'1' 1,1 wagon harness, valued at $5.75, given
my ?ander 1 year, halter led, 1 steel beam plow, valued at $3.50,
K 9 k- Roland.
ules, Laurens county raised and halter led, pair of bridles,
, given by J. A. Franks.
''colt over 2 years old, 100 pounds Imperial Hour, valued at $2.80,
vjffcy & Bubb.
Ot I HOUSES.
ni' Prl/cs of B. W. Martin,
v Jder 1 year old, get from K. W. Martin's stallion, $15.00.
? it under 1 year old, get from E. W. Martin's stallion, $10.00.
*It under 1 year old, get from B. W. .Martin's stallion, $5,,00.
?lJver 1 year old, get front B. W. Martin's stallion, $5.00.
tie mare or horse, bridle valued at $2.75, given by Laurens Hard
pair of horses, one of each sex driven in harness, pair all-wool 12
alter blankets, given by Swltzer Company, valued at $7.50.
Host horse or mare colt under 2 years old, $2.50 cash, given by Bishop &
liest, pair geldings driven In harness, 5 lb. can Gold Medal coffee, valued
at $1.50, given by Kennedy Bros,
liest pair marcs driven in harness, 5 lb. can Gold Medal coffee, valued
at $1.50, given by Kennedy Bros.
Best heifer. 1 to 2 years old, carving set valued at $2.50, given by Brooks
& Jones. i
a'q uoajS 'oi'zt 1? penP3A 'ko.\pi5j JeAUfl las 'ppj s.iea.C oi \ Majjaq isaq pug
Brooks & Jones.
Best cow in milk, II years old or over, 1 rocking chair valued at $10.00,
given by S. M. & B. II. Wilkes & Co.
Best bull, 1 to 2 years old, $2.50 cash.
Best display of cattle, any breed, cut glass bowl, valued at $5.00, given
given by Palmetto Drug Co.
2nd best display of cattle, any breed, 1 pint lemon extract, valued at $1.50,
by Palmetto Drug Co.
Best pair native goats, 1 pair of goats valued at $1.00.
Best horsemanship by gentleman and lady, gentleman one pair Hanau shoes
valued at SG.00 and lady I suit case valued at $10.00, given by Davis Roper
2nd best horsemanship by gentleman and lady, 1 pair of silk gloves valued
at $2.50, given by H. Terry.
Best horsemanship by lady, gold brooch valued at $5.00, given by Fleming
Best lien white Wyandottes, 1 rocking chair valued at $1.75, given by R.
Best coop, 1 cock and four hens, large hand bag manicure set, given by
"The Rays," valued at $5.00.
2nd best coop, 1 cock and 4 hens, cash $2.50, given by Bishop & Wolff.
3rd best coop, 1 cock and 4 hens, "ladles" parasol, valued at $1.50, given by
W. G. Wilson & Co.
Best pair bantams, cash $1.00.
Best pair geese, gentleman's watch fob, valued at $2.00, given by William
Best pair ducks, cash $1.00.
Best pair pigeons, cash $.50.
Best pair turkeys, cash $1.00.
Best sow, any age, cash, $2.50.
Best boar, any age, cash $2.50.
Best sow and litter of pigs, not less than five, 1 barrel flour valued at $5.25,
given by Hunter & Company.
Best display of hogs, 50 pounds White Lily Hour, valued at $1.C0, given by
J. S. Bennett.
2nd best display of hogs, 1 can seal brand coffee, valued at $1.05, given by
J. S. Bennett.
Best peck <<f turnips, one razor, valued at $;?.00, given by Laurens Drug Co.
Best display of farm produce from any one farm, 1 barrel of flour, given by
Owings & Owings.
Best half bushel of prolific corn with sin stalks of same, Stetson hat valued
at $5.00, given by J. B. Minter & Bro.
liest display of Mnlboro Prolific Corn, one bushel seed Corn same variety.
ASHEPOO FERTILIZER PRIZES.
Offered through Owings & Owings.
1st. For the largest yield of cotton per acre, on land where only Ashepoo
Fertilizer Company's products are used, 1 ton of 10-4-4 guano.
2nd. For the next largest yield of cotton per acre, jn land where only Ashe
poo Fertilizer Company's products are used, 1 ton S-4-4 guano.
1st. For the largest number of bushels of corn per acre produced on land
where only Ashepoo Fertilizer Company's products are used, l ton of 10-2-2
2nd For the next largest number of bushels of corn per flyre, produced on
land whore only Ashepoo Fertilizer Company's products are used, \ ton of
VIRGINIA CAROLINA CHEMICAL COMPANY.* \ >
Offered through A. Huff.
1 sack of V. ('. C. S-H-ri fertilizer, valued at $2.50 per sack, for the best
of each of the following:
Best peck of wheat.
Best peck of barley.
Best peck of cow peas.
Best peck of sweet potatoes,
liest peck Of Irish potatoes.
Best peck of onions.
Best hale cowpca hay, n<4 loss than 75 pounds.
Best 12 stalks sugar cane.
Two largest pumpkins.
Best display of leaf tobacco.
LAURENS ADVERTISER PIUZES.
The Advertiser offers one year's subscription for the best display in each
of the following entries:
Best half bushel with 12 cars of White Dent corn.
Best half bushel with 12 ears of pop corn.
Best peck of peanuts.
Best peck unknown cowpeas.
II Kit HAIR GREW.
That's Why n Thankful Woman Rec
ommends Parisian Sage?
The Laurena Drug Co. win sen you
a liny cent bottle of PARISIAN SAGE
and guarantee it to banish dandruff)
?top falling hair and Itching sculp, or
money back. It's a delightful hair
dressing that makes hair last ions and
"In tho spring I wns recovering from 1
1 .severe case of erysipelas, which !<?-.:
I mo virtually bald on the front of my,
bond and next to my ears. The hair
kept coming OUt rapidly and nothing
I used stopped my getting entirely
bald, until I used two bottles of Pa
risian Sage. This tonic made my hair
start to grow In and. In fact grew me
a good fair amount of hair, and it has
entirel) stopped my hair falUnr out.
it is with pleasure that I give a
public reeonmendation to Parisian
Sage which I know Is a wonder." Mrs.
Rlln Ollchrist, W. PItl St., Bedford, Pa.
Lahrens Drug Co.i i.aureus, s. c.
III. ?. 1 " 1 ',? \. "f,
NOW IS THE TIME TO
Invest in Real Estate
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 interest 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.
197 acres, 4?. miles from City of Laurens. $20.00 per acre. Easy terms.
350 acres, 4 miles from Laurens. Can be brought to a high state of culti
vation. $20.00 per acre. One-fourth cash. Balance on easy terms.
197 acres, heavily timbered in one mile of Landrum, in Spartanburg
county, dark chocolate soil, will produce bale of cotton per acre. A two-horse
farm could be opened next year. Fine climate. On 3 public roads. One mile
from Baptist High School. Price $30.00 per acre. One-third cash. Balance
on easy terms.
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.
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
Office in J. E. Minter & Bro. Store. Laurens, South Carolina
WE ARE GIVING
Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats,
Millinery and Notions.
You cannot make a mistake in priceorquality
by selecting your fall goods from ourcomplete and
unequalled stock. No matter what you pay else
where you are certain to get better goods at bet
ter prices from our store.
A look at our Store will convince you. Come
and visit us.
Next to Post Office Laurens, S. C.