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WE ARE CLOSING OUT CLOTII1NG. ALP
This is Booster Clothing Week. We have
the biggest values in elothing ever pulled Hy .10,
off in Laurens. Suits range in prices from
$4.25, $5.00, $6.39, $8.00. $9.90 up to 15v udie
$13.50 for the $18.00 kind.
2.000 pairs of 'Men s Pants, all sizes, kinds
and priees for work pants, for knock
about and dress pants. Believe me we
have somle P'ants values .98. $1.25, $1.48 OE
up to $4.98 for the $;.50 liid. Come and le01Sos
let ist, pant you 1). that weup.
whiole famiyU.(oeadfgr tI
Sl'Cil,\ 0 lOO ESTE PRICES TI'l1M its. NV
:2 -inth all-w ol C repes. Servge<. special
this; week .... .... .... .... .. . 45
1.0110 y- ds Vaney Outings .... .. .071-2
2.000 yards 104. (ray Outin. . .. .. .09
1.000 va ds 64. Plaids .... .... .... .05 1,500 Boy
(Good yard-wide Sheeti . .05
,%- best vard-wide She ting iL. L.) .063-4 - 111) t
10'. quality Shirting Cheviots . .09
Sw 'allien ( Booster price) .. ...... .04xs
7T Pereale (lMooster prie) ...0.. .. .06
11 I'ereiale (looster priec) .... .. .09
1.00yadsbeutfu P~idWVHERE THOUSANDS BUY THEIR WINTER GOODS jd ~gs\ahn odr....2
1.500 yards beautiful Plaid Dress Gi4g _
h1am1s, special Booster price ...... .09 Pags
Special lot Faney Plaid Suitings .121-2.
.15 to .......... .................25 Our Soeis N w K o n as (Then Boote St.Boreo hieth ot
REMEMBER THE BOOSTER S ORE IS
BWY HREEE-TOOU WILL SMILE ANDWINTERGOOD
BE HAPPY. IU *~IO~RTh U ORDLAS
The House that Defies Competition and Sells Same Goods for Less Money at 210 Wes LUre ree
Completely Out, of the High-priced District, Next to Bramlett's Shop.
To Our Customers and Friends:
On account of the close margin on which
we are compelled to work, and the extra work
on our office force, we are forced to make a
change in our credit department. In the fu
ture we cannot extend credit on meal and
hulls for a longer time than thirty days, and
no fud ther credit can be extended on an ac
count that has been running over thirty days.
We will make no exceptions to this rule, so
please do not ask it as we will only have to
We are not doubting the honesty of any
one, but conditions make this change Pieces
sary. We believe we can make closer prices
on our products under this new system and
in this way be in better position to serve the
public than ever before.
Thanking you for the business you have
given us in the past and hoping to have the
pleasure of serving you again, we are,
LAURENS OIL ILL
Branch Southern Cotton Oil Company
By E. S. HUDGENS, Manager
Laurens, S. C., Oct. 27th, 1914.
COAL DEALERS ATTENTION!
TRADE 1Oc. COTTON FOR COAL
We will soll you our Wilton Jellico Coal or Pioneer Straight Creek
5-inch Block at our current market prices. 11oth are high grade
Coals. We will take your Cotton in payment a ten cents per pound
or loan you the money on Cotton Warehou o Receipts at seven
cents per pound.
Thli 4 shows mir intpr(est. in Sou i1 rn trade
and faith in the Sonth's vren teo.
WRITE' OUR OFFICE FOR DEI'TAILTED OFWER
NORTH JELLICO COAL CO.
82 Peachtree Street AtIetA. Ceor;n
31MtMH WWUAU U~umilIMMUMMI~iM M Y'X~iIt1Mtm~D~ti~unitIMMiM~~
M.istnguhe Caist 114 be ,,Neen Here.
if) "r gO . fyleart".
Whein. arel 'ui m i nter t atplay
that appeal$ '0o the ihasses as welt
tie classes. is schutihle1 for presei
tatioil inl this city it is a leasure to
nIinounIi lice its com1ing anl encouIIi rage
(Wurl thieatregoers. to palttronize. it. III
this instaiCe the (0111entdatio goes
for tile e0gge.nent 1f Oliver Mcros
co's play of chari'm "Peg 0' My Hleart,"
wI.hich comiel's to tie City Opera f lise
ont Monday evening next, Novei ber
':h. Probably no play produecd on
the American stage in the past decade
has created so mueb favorable discus
s!on from people in all walks of life
as the Manners, Interesting comedy.
This has been emphasized most con
clusively by the large attendance ac
torded this attraction everywhetre, and
by the glowing tributes iII the press
ThI piece is (in inspired poetii inl
lines, and a wonlder'ful picture to the
(ye. thus making it. one of tihe higgest
suge! faVorites seen oil th1e local
bcards for a 1111mliberl of -iasonls. ltea
.\ rtin by her beauty, etclicious
br<,gule, and' remIlar kable i. Mronic a: il
ita, has ene.are4td herstlf to all wio
bi ve wte ed th"is play. alnd at thle
same tine fur-filled vr pr:omlise,
mailide for litr by t lie maniagemnit,
Vhose Visdoml inl selting hir [or.
tile role I made fauilois by Laurette
Tayloi', tar. hteeli More thaln jtIst li'd.
It is not worth while .menti ' 11; ie
other parts, whihi were s: capily
i hayed last *etason air3 to be !)itim y IIa
by the sailme people. Neve' has a inot e
distinguisiedt Qast appeared here, and
a cipaity house will undoubtedly
greet "Peg" aolonday inight. It is (litte
needless to say this attraction is guar
anteed everywhere, without reserve.
Remarkable "ure of Croup.
"last wintor when my little boy had
crop I got him a bottle of Chamber
lain's Cough liemedy. I honeat be
lieve It saved his life," writes Mrs. 3.
11. Cook, Indiana, Pa. "It cut the
phlgin and relieved his coughing
41)0118. 1 aim most grateful for what
this remedy has done for him." For
sale by all dealers.
Only a woman can understand the
paralyzing effect of disorders in the
*female orgnism-the misery of it
and its depressing Influence on the
mind. Many women who formerly suf
fered frot those disorders owe their
present. health to )11. SIMMON'S
EQTAW VINMC WINI'. It exercises a
powerful restoratIve influence on the
femtale genierative system, builds u11p a
strong hody, restores haIlthy regular
ity and promotes Qheerfiiess and a I
clear rosy aomplexion. Price $1.00 pt,
bottle. Sodby all dealet s.
Public Hteiith Service Issies State.
ment giving Another (ood lieasoi
for Di ersilled ('rops.
Washington, Oc. al.-The treasury
departimenits' effor'ts to get soiti-her-n
farimers to diver..Ify cri s an. tirn
sole of thIelir fields ove, to other
products thani cottoll took. a new tuirn
today when the puiblic health service
nt1eedIi that the south inigh1t I ,p
to eradicate pellagra by niis-iig bexns
and peas instead of cotton.
"If you Would avoid having pella
gra, ,you niust eat ,An abundance of
beans, peas, milk eggs and tenn meat
as a part of the regular (let." says a
statement issued today through As
sistant Secretary Newton. "By using
these foods regularly, not only oiay
pellagra be cured when the disease is
not too. far advanced, but it evented.
This actually happened in at iast ine
institution where, in 1913, there were
75 cases. As a result of change of
diet, not a single case is known to
have developed this year.
"It appears then that pelltgra is
but another example or a class of dis
ease, like seurr.y.: which can -he prt
vented and cured by an abuidance of
gooid food of a proper' character'; and
th.is; fat(t suggests tIIe advisebility of
soilthern farmer tiii g b eanI-s
aid peas tId raisilg dair attle in
stead of cotton at a time wheln the
nairket for the latter abroad I -;
beet all IIIbut destroyed by the w.
GIRLS, DRAW A MOIST
CLOTH THROUGH HAIR
Try this! lair gets tfhick, glossy,
wiiavy and bl eautifid at. oneStmopIs
immediate?-Yes! Lertain -that's
the joy of it. You hai' becomes
light, w-avy, fluffy, a uindant and atp
pears as soft, lustrou and beautiful
as a young girl's a or a Danderine
hair cleanse. Just y this-moisten
a cloth with a littl Danderine and
earefully draw it th ough your hair,
taking one small t nd at a time.
This will cleanse t air of dust, dirt
or excessive oil, and I just a few mo
.ments you have doubled the beauty of
your hair. A delightful surprise awaits
'hope whose hair has been neglected
or is scraggy, faded, dry, brittle or
thin. Besides beautifying the hair,
.Danderine dissolves every particle of
danidruff; cleanses, purifles and invig.
orates the scalp, forever stopping itch.
Ing and yalloi hair. btit what will
please yor aiost will be awhr a few
week's nte, when you see new hair
fine an( downy at tirst -yes- -ht real
13' new hair growing all ov'r the
seal 1. If you care for pretty, soft
hitir, anad Iots of it, surely get a. 2;i
(.eI Ibot tle of Inowlton's Danderine
from any drug store or toilet (ouinter
aId just try it.
NEWs FII YO'NGs. *
Tie V. M. U. of the 3rd division of
Laurens association will convene
With Mi (untvIt'lle jatist church Nov.
21h,111. iriday, at ,1I o'clock.
Devotional exercises--Miss Ada Rasor.
Welcome Address--Mrs. Nellie Miller
Response-Mrs. E.. J. Adair', Clinton.
Roll Call and E'nrollment of Delegates
DIiseussion--What is the best method
of conducting an every meirmbelhr
campaign. Opened by Miss Eloise
.Brown, lethabara; followed by
Mrs. Mary Barksdale, lAurens.
Discussion--low can weD plan defilnite
ly -to reach the standard of excel
lence? Mrs. Maud Crisp, Mountville,
Mrs. Watts. Chestnut Ridge.
Devotional Exercises--Mrs. J. ). Hun
ter, Mt. Pleautant.
Discussion-Importanec of many peo
)les work. Mrs. Nat Austin.
forms of this woik that may be un
dertaken by our societies. 'Mrs.
C. C. Bobo, Laurens.
Mrs. J. T. Rlobertson,
YOUR. IiAlIt NEEIDS
4 Quickly IN mes Dandruff, Stops
3ating li1 1air 11n1d Semly I jtch.
If your hair is full of dandruff, thin.
st realy, dull and(l never I wll (10 up to
look pretty you can a tnost immnedi
ately rmnove lite cau.l ,, making it
beaitiful, thick and fl ffy by the use
of Parisian Sage, one f the most help
fuil and invigorating hair and scallp
Parisian Saga no only saves Your
halir but stimnula ae he hair roots and
furnishes the no hment needed to
make it. grow long bundant and radi
ant with life. .Just one application re
moves every trace of dandruff and
stops scalp Itch-your hair becomes
soft and fluffy with an incomparable
gloss, beauty and charm.
You cannot be disappointed with
this harmless and delicately perfumed
tonic for there is nothing so good for
your hair, It Is easily applied at home
and costs but a trifle from the IAu
rens Drug Co. or any drug counter.
W. 0. W. Unvaling.
Mit. Gallagher Camp W. 0. W. No.
47i, will unvail the monument of Sov.
Daniel 'M. Jialentine at Poplar Springs,
Nov. 8th at 2:30 1). in. Hon. J. M. Dan
;e; of Greenville, will make the address
All Woodmen are invited to attend andt
t.ko an active part.
F. B. Boland,
.1. 11. O'Dell, C.C,
By Clearing Blood
A Function Greatly Assisted
By a Well-Known
Most readera will ho Interested to mard'
Clearly understand why nuialyal of urine Is.
so Important./,' In the ltit of S. 8. M. to'
purify tihe hiod. Its action ia at timulant
to tie mye fail of fine blood vesserls that
make up V he constructive tissues of the
kh neys. All tie blood fromi nit over th
lat y ma t laniaq throigh the kid'aey. Theyr
act as esters and anayers. Anti necording.
to I t they allow to past out in the upino,
both as to quantity an0d manteralsla, thO
heal h of the kidneys andathe quality of the
blood In deteriuned. The caitalytte energy
forced ly S. 1. 8. l shown in the urine.
It -is also deionstrated In the skin. And.
as tihe hMed continues to swvp through
tihe k idnevs (he dominating nattre #f
S. H. S., ieting as it doest through all the
avenems of a.lniination, aows a marked
decrease of dioamns manifstationst as din
Onsalted bII 1y 1tin nualysisa. Thits 1atulmt
n i lae I a grent- reif to t he 1114 - 4i . The
limdy wainstes a sa r evi nly dbaiIitribut1d to
Ithe iminetoirles ; thair ellmatia n Il la th n.
tlalled y thie M tonte natit n flforred the
liver. hings, sin antl kditys. T I, In
ense of rh uma i smi i1 cytti , araic sore
t h uratki. htai. sa o f v , bra i s . asth..
ioia and the mayrind of othlier reairx Indlea.
tions (if wean kkidniy ne.ln first puirify
yoiir blood with S. 8. 8.. so I wIll ietnable
the tiue to rebliil the eclitilar strength
and rgnin the norim n hen;h.
8. 8. 8. I1 aa: b h'1. 8wt 5i SIeelfle
Co., -27 811if ldg., Atlnftn. C-. And -it
you hnvc any dip-Ieanteil or ilaminnie blood
troutlo. writo to thetr Medent Dept. foi
hens at pul
lets lay now a i keep
them i ayin liwinter
by giving em
Makes the loafers lay and gives
you lots of eggs now. All your
birds keep healthy and require
less feed. It actually saves its cost.
Guard against Roup by uthig Pratt.
Roup Remedy-Tablets ot Powder. a;ur.
anteed to prevent as well as to cure.
J. C. Shell & Co.; J. A. Franks; Todd;.
Mlnipson & Co.; A. L. Malaffey.
flwTO (jiVe Qi1"nn Toblfireo
P RIIN t Is the trnde-tnnrk nme gi'en to an
Improved Quiuine. It is a Taastelea Syup, pleas.
t e an not disturb the stomach.
Children take It and niever know It Is Quinine.
Also especially adapted to adults who cannot
take ordinary Qtiniue. Does pot naui'eate jnor
cause nervousnets nlor tingin in the heari. Try
it the next tinte ycim rne''' OU5j De for any Put.
pose. Ask for " outc- . I IanckLarge. rho
name Fl1i1iI, 1N' is bat , . bottle. 25 CDA$.