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EXECUTOR'S LAND SALE.
B. P. A. WietorB, Erecutor (for di
vision of Estate of J. C. Wieters de
ceased) offers for sale that fine pro
ductive cotton und grain farm known
aa "Benham" Place on Burnt Mill
Creek near Laurens Court House,
South Carolina of about 400 acres. Al
so the fee in the balance of the orig
inal 646V*2 acre tract subject to a
life (dowor) interest therein. If
not sold at private sale before De
cember, 1911 SaleBday, will be put up
at auction on that day (4th December,
1911) at Laurens Court House door.
Correspondence solicited. Address
John D. Cappelmann,
Real Estate Attorney,
P. O. Box 627. Charleston, S. C.
I Dr. Posey
Has secured the
Wiley's High Grade
Try it and you
will be pleased.
If you want the best
Cigar is this City go to
Posey's Drug Store and
you will find the best 5
and 10 cents line.
His store is a credit
to Laurens and the state
\ f)r. Posey's Drug \
*'Purity at Posey's"
Laurens, S. C. 1
Bit. CLIFTON JONES
Office In Simmons Building
Phone: Office No. 86; Residence 219
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instant relief and an absolute cure
in all cases of Asthma. Bronchitis, and
Hay Fever. Sold by druggists ; mail on
receipt of price $1.00.
Trial Packope by mall 10 cents.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prop*., CUv?U?d. Ohio
LAURENS DRUG CO.
Laurens. S. G
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, S. C.
nheuntnOftm nr.d Blood DlHcnnes
The cause ?f rhouniallsm is excess
uric acid in tlio l lood. To cure rliou
mntlmn t! is acid must !>?? expelled from
tliu KYHiuin, Itheumntlsin is an Inter
nal tflfccase and requires an Internal
remedy. Uubblns with oils mal lint
na Ifta may ease the pain, lint they will
no more euro rheumatism than paint
will change the rtbor of rotton wood,
(nrrn IthcumatlMtn To Btuj Cured,
Solenco has discovered n perfect and
complete euro called Rhoumncldo. Test?
<<l in hundreda of r ases, it has effected
marvelous eines. Rbcumncldo remo
the causOi fti'ts at the joints from tbo
Inside, sweeps the poisons Otlt of the
system, tones up the stomach, regulates
tho bowels and kleine:..:. Suhl i,v drug*
Hints at Boc. and $1; In the tablet form
ut 25c. and BOc, by mall. Rookb t freo,
Bobbllt Chi hilcal Co., II iltlmore, Md.
QetH At 'I'hf* Joints From The Inutile.
LAURENS DRUG CO.
I.aurens, S. ('.
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will euro
Blind, Bleeding and ItehliiK Piles. It ab
sorbs the tumors, allays Itching at once,
acts as a poultice, kIvcs Instant relief.
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment Is pre
pared for Piles and Itrhiiu? of the prlvato
parts. DruffKists. mall f,0c and $1.00.
WILLIAMS MFC. CO.. Propt., Cleveland, Ohio
LAURENS DRUG v,0.
Laurens, S. ('.
LEARN AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS.
Tako a thirty days Practical course
In oar well equipped Machine Shops
and learn (he Automobile business,
and accept good positions. CHAR
LOTTE AUTO SCIIOo?. < hnrlotte, N.
jQHICHESTER S PILLS
flUF^- , THIS lHA.MO.Nl> BRAND, a
I?I A^f o M? 11 it A M? I'ILLS, 'hit 9
ytnn known ??. R<-ct, SsfOt, Alw? n KtlUM*
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
THE THREE MUSKETEERS.
Special Attraction at the Moving Pic
ture Show next Tuesday Evening.
Mr. 1). R. Lavender, who has made
a success of the moving picture busi
ness at Newborry, has taken over the
lease recently held here by Mr. Wil
son and has already taken charge of
the opera house. He will continue the
moving picture show and whenever
any show of merit asks for the priv
ilege he will allow them to have the
house. In other words the opera
house will be run as It has been run
before, except that Mr. Lavender ex
pects to have big crowds. With this
In view he has declared that hereafter
all moving picture shows will be pric
ed at 5 and 10 cents. This price
will not be varied except when a reg
ular traveling show is booked. All
foature pictures as well as the usual
ones will be priced the same.
Mr. Ceo. 1.. Wilson, the former man
ager of the opera house will in all
probability locate in Sumter, where lit
is making arrangements to run anoth
er picture show. The many patrons
of the shows in Laurens are sorry
to give Mr. Wilson up as he hns al
ways given the very best and the
cleanest shows that could possibly
he gotten. And outside his populari
ty as manager of the opera house he
has made many friends here who re
gret his departure very much.
The first special offering will be
"The Three Musketeers," two films
depicting Alexander Dumas' splendid
story of that name. These films will
be here Tuesday night and as said
above the price will be the same as
usual, 5 and Hi cents. The setting,
the costumes and the action are just
as would be expected In a picture of
this kind. It Is filled with action as
brills the tab-. The Ulm will be Inter
esting both to those who have read
the book as well as those who have
Bloodine Cough Checker will qulck
ly allay that hacking irritation ac
companying a severe cough or cold
The safest ami surest remedy for chil
dren. Keep a bottle constantly at
Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
The Southern Land and Development
Co. has a half page ad in this Issue,
to which we direct attention. This
company 1 has seventeen thousand
acres of land for sale at attractive
prices. This land surrounds the
growing town of McBee, which Is fast
coming to the front, and will be a
wise Investment.?Hartsville Messen
For that awful cough take Blood
ine Cough Checker. A f>0 cent bottle
will last longer than most any cough.
Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
FROM OVER THE COUNTY
(Continued From Page One.)
Mr. Louis Hanna had the misfor
tune to lose a good horse last Friday
Miss Ella Mae Martin came homo
from Winthrop to attend the marriage
of her friend, Miss Annette Wharton.
Mr. William Wharton also came
home from the South Carolina Uni
versity to be at home for the occasion.
Mr. W. M. Coats brought an apple
of the second crop to town a few days
ago. It was of the horse-apple vari
ety. We have seen blooms and shapes
of the second crop. This Is the larg
est of the kind we ever saw.
Mr. Oeorge Proffett of Madden was
a Cross Hill visitor last Wednesday.
Miss I lot tense Lowe came home
from the hospital In Columbia last
Wednesday. She Is still a great suf
Mr. J. W. Simmons and family went
over to Greenwood last Thursday to
the funeral Of his brother, Mr. Joe
Mr. B. It. Austin has bought, the |
pretty house and lot from Mr. J. I).
Herdts. Mrs. WardlaW and Mr. Becks'
family speak of moving to Abbeville.
OLD TIME CRUELTY,
One Time When Surgcrj is Often
Many operations for piles are sim
ply needless torture, for when it's all
over the piles come back.
The one line way to be rid of piles
for good is to use Dr. Leon ha rdt's
IIKM-ROID. It cures piles by doing
away with the cause -poor circula
$1 for 21 days' treatment at Laurens
Drug Co. and all druggists, Satisl'ac
; tlon guaranteed. Dr. Lconhardi Co..
Station B, Buffalo, N, Y.. Prop. Write
for free booklet.
Spoke lo Farmers.
Mr. W. O. Irby was the principal |
speaker at a meeting of farmers held
In Fountain Inn Saturday. Mr. Irby
discussed the question of government
aid in the financing of the cotton crop.
He was given close attention by his
hearers and liberally applauded at
the end of the speech.
The fpilckest and most effective rem
edy for loosening J!::: phlegm, reliev
ing irritation and curing any cough
or cold Is Bloodine Cough Checker.
Laurens Drug Co., Lauren8, S. C.
Think of It! A first class fire place
Grate complete for only $1,26.
S. M. & B. II. Wllkes & Co.
THIRTY TRADING DAYS
Until Xmas. $75,000 must
be sold. Don't wait until
the last minute or you'll be
Quality Tells! Our Price Sells
Davis Roper Company's
Is in Full Blast. Every Day is Our Busiest Day. The People have found out that
we say what we do, and do what we say. Our immense stock must be closed by
Xmas, orasnear as it is possible todo so. So your opportunity is now.
Not next week but 10-DAY and EVERY DAY until the 30
Trading Days are taken up. Never such an
opportunity. Your 9 cents Cotton will do
double duty now. Come and tell
your friends to come also.
All accounts are due and
must be settled at once.
Don't ask for credit.
Clothing for all (he family.
150 Children's two piece Suits . . . .$1.98 to $7.78, worth more
200 Boy's Double Breasted. Knickerbocker Suits $3.48 to $9.48
100 Boy's Double Breasted plain Knee Pant Suits $1.98 to
$3.48, worth $3.00 to $6.00.
Young Men's Suits.$7.48 to $17.98, worth more
Men's Keg. Suits, all kinds of fabrics $7.48 to $27.48, worth
Children's Overcoats.$1.98 to $5.98. worth more
Men's Overcoats, good values.$9.98 to $19.48
Full Cut Men's Underwear, ribbed, the garment.48c
Hoy's and Children's I'nderwear. the garment .23c
Men's and Hoy's Sweaters.48c to $3.98
Men's and Hoy's Mufflers, just the tiling for driving 25c-$1.25
Men's half Hose.10c. 15c. 25c, 50c
Handkerchiefs.5c, 8c. 10c. 15c, 25c
Men's Hats, all colors, nobby and right . . . 98c to $4.78
Men's Neckwear in all the latest shapes .23c and 48c
Men's NTegligec Shirts.48c to $1.48
Trunks, Hand Bags, Suit Cases at all prices.
Big value in Boy's Knee Pants.48c to $1.98
Big values in Men's Pants.98c to $7.98
Overalls in all the best cloths.
Caps of all kinds for little men and little women and older
ones too. Prices low.
Ladies' Suits and Coats
Big lot of odds and ends Ladies Suits worth $15.00 to $20.00
now.$9.98 to $14.48
Bi? lot of Ladies Coats odds and ends worth $5.00 to $12.50
now.$2.98 to $7.48
Big lot Ladies Suits, just received.$14.48 to $27.48
Big lot Ladies Skirts .$3.48 to $9.98
Big lot Ladies' Coats, new styles.$7.48 to $14.98
Big values in Waists.
Big values in Sweaters.
Big values in Lingaries.
Big values in Ladies bended and leather Pocketbooks
Big value in Ladies Underwear.
Big value in Ladies Corsets.
Hosiery for all the family from.10c to $1.00
Shoes for the Whole Family
Children's Shoes.48c to $1.98
Ladies' Shoes.$1.19 to $3.78
Men's Dress Shoes.$1.98 to $5.48
Men's Work Sboes.$1.19 to $3.38
Dry Goods and Millinery
Ginghams, plain and fancy.7c to 15c
Outings, CnllCOS, Cantons in big variety.
36-inch all wool Dress Goods, all colors.48c to $1.48
Silks.25c. 38c. 48c, 69c, and 98c
Napkins and Table Linens at all prices.
All kinds of Towels at reorganization prices
Millinery at a post or saving to you. All must be closed. Come
This is your opportunity to get the best at a positive saving.
Your loss if you do not take advantage of it. Come and bring
OUTFITTERS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY