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That is a question that every man amd woman in Laurens County should ask himself or herself before beginning a slip-shod
plan of providing for the: Home's necessities. It is well that they should, for when the question of the expenditure of hard
earned money comes up, some definite decision should be made.
Where can I get the most value for my money and where can I get the WIDEST variety of Goods at the most
reasonable prices? A solution of the questions has already been made by the
MERCHANTS OF LAUREN
Anticipating a bumper crop of cotton following the fine grain yield, they have laid in the biggest and best
line of merchandise of every variety that they have ever shown. Visiting the Northern markets, they have
seen and selected the very best of materials and with true merchandising instinct they have secured the very
best values that they have ever gotten, because, by buying in large quantities, they have been enabled to drive
Never before In its history have the merchants of Laurens been so alive to the needs and requirements of a prosperous and discriminating trade.
With the firm conviction that the best and only way to develop and retain trade is to provide the very best that the markets afford and at the
lowest prices, they have bought with this end in view. Their goods now on display speak for themselves.