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November Our Big Mouth!
We are determined to make November the biggest and best month of all. Business is getting better every
day. Customers are finding out a few things. They are finding out that
-dyaranyn.utta we are giving betrvleI vr
line of merchandise, that we are giving extra value for every dollar spent, that by adherirg strictly to our 30
day cash basis plan we can and are selling for less. That's why we are busy every day. The price of cotton
pulls the price of cotton goods down, and we have marked all staple cotton goods down on a 7 cts. cotton basis.
COMPARE COMPARE cop
FaIl weight Standard Outings. all color- former pri(e Stiandard Pereales. dark color dress patterns, former Utility Standard Irem (ihe
. Noviiber prwe .... .... .... .... .... .... .081-3 price 10e, November price .... .... .... .... .. .071-2 lO, November price . . .. . ......081.3
COMPARE COMPARE COMPARE
G(ood weight regular widti .\ottled Outings, former 36-inch regular 9e Bleach, Southern Bleached, November 27-inch Standard Ciambrays, fast colors, good heavy
prie 9)(. November ri e .... .... ........ .... .... .07 ric .... .... .... .. .071-2 eight, frmer price November price........ .07
Women's Skirls. every one a new one, values f-oi $3.50 COM PARE * "'" Suit. Ii'O""tiined lines, sizes 34, 35 and 3,
to $10.00, your Choice from .... .... .... $2.75 to $8.7 C O alues up to $15.00, your choice for........ ....$749
I lot :36 and :38 inch regular 50e Dress Gloods, November
I lot Ljadies' Suits, all 34 size. values up to $25.00, your prwe....-----------------. p. ..... .39 Other Suits up. ... to .- . . . . . . . .. ..........$25.00
choice from .... .... .... .... .... .... $2.75 . $5.75 Stylpluts $17.00 values-can 't be beat.
Every picce of goods shown and be convinced that we give
La dles, Suits from .... .... .... .... .. $9.95 to $22.50 you the lowest possible cash price, quality considered, 1 p to $5.00, your choiceo*rd.i..otin ..e.lines $1 -
We can help you save on your fall purchases. Seeing is believing. Can't we show you?
LAURENS' BEST STORE
No Cut Price Sale. Just plain everyday bargains.
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WHAT' EXEIIt S-SSION
(Cpnt inue(d on IPige lgIt
state in proposing and urging the cot
ton bond Issue, but the chances are
that it will never get to the voters.
At this writing the chances for the
Isseu to go regularly to the voters are
remote, but with the tickets sent out
by direction of the Senate, in anticipa
tion of the approval or action or the
governor, there is liable to be imuch
confusion, an( it certainly behooves
those interested to keel) a close watClh
Gn what is done at tile ballot boxes on
It is hleld tilat it' the governo*r lolds
tie Act until ainy time Tuesday with
out his approvai, under his colstitui
tional rightIs, Ithat, theire Can h1e no 1
Foni o1 the cotton hom( qullestioll.
This is not the first ti-m(e ill legisla
tion that illportanlt me-asulles have eX
pired by the oeration of tim . Mjlny
'ind mnany a hill ha,-s died onl thieCln
(Jar simply by a light to keep from act
ing on it. 'ither afil ivi.1VIVely or niega
tively. This is lperhaps (xtending the
old saying that "All is fair in love anLll
war"-- -and p~olities.
There is a general doemand for a full
vote in Ih1 election oil Tuesday. It is
not so imnportant in the matter of the
election of State andI county offleers,
but for many reasons it is important
hIlat the total Voto slould be large and
that everyone who can should go to
tito poils aidI voie u pon the con.stitu
tional issues, and th1at the Federal
election tIckets should In all instane
es be cast.
''here will be in all ahontt forty Aets
that will go to make pl) the volmtum of
Acts of the? special session. More than
75 per cent are strictly and absolutely
local matters; tie imost Important of
the general 'matters being cotton re
luction, warehouse and the Clifton
Whenever You Need a General Tonk
The Old Stndard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic i. equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic propertiesof QUININI?
and IRON. It acts oil the Liver, Drive.i
out Malaria, Enriches the 11o00d and(l
Juilds up the Whole systen. W0 centa.
ALBERT ASKS AID
I n4n4si Appeal for ills Star-ngD Del
grlans. ('hance to Help Them.
London, Oct. 31.-King Albert of
Belgium has asked 'tho American
people to help feed hi8 starving peo
ple during the coming winter, UIt
message written under fire in the
battle before Dinkirk and transmit
ted to the American commission here
for relief in Belgium, follows:
"I am informed that American of
flcials and citizens in Belgium and
England are working to save my peo
FOR TIlE RELIEF
DR. M. A. SIMMONS
LiverMe dic ne
Is an old reliable remedy
It is quick-acting and thorough in
driving out bilious impurities in
the stomach, liver and bowels.
When thesystem hasbeen cleansed
of this bilious matter; indigestion,
dizziness, bad t.wtq in the mouth
and that drowsA tited feeling will
quickly disapper, lbringing back
a fine sensatiod o vim and ex
hilaration of mid 'and body. It
is one of the mos e fective system
purifiers on earl Dr. M. A.
Simmons' Liver dicine is now
put up in a ha dsome litho.
graphed tin box. Look for the
picture of Dr. M. A. Simmons
on the front; it is the mark of the
Ask for the 7in Box
Price 25 Cents
C. I'. Simmons Medicine Co.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ole rrom the horrors of the ruinI
whieh now threatens. It is a great
comfort to me In this great hour of
sorrow and 'misfortune to feel that a
gyeat-hearted disinterested people is
directing its effortg to relieving the
distress of the unoffending civilian
population of my country.
"Despite all that can be done, the
suffering in the coming winter will
be terrible, but tld burdeo we must
bear will be lightened if my people
can be spared the pangs of hunger
with its frightful consequences of dis
ease and violence.
"I confidently hope that the appeal
of the American commission will meet
with a generous response. The whole
li ited friendship of America shown
my people at this time always will he
i preciols memory.
The American coimission for re
lief in Belgium, an official hody ree
ognized by tile various govermlient s,
.s the only channel through wlich
food tnn be introduce( in Belgiuim.
By its association with a commission
In Belgitim it has an efleient, agency
for food distribution. H1. C. Tloover,
chairman of the commission, today
issued an appeal to American news
papers. It cites the horrors of the
almost universal want and suffering
among Heigians, rich atind Poor, anI
"It is our earnest hope th'it all
funds raised for Belgian relief in the
United States will be t'anilated into
"Will you, therefore, in the in
terests of human'ity open a subscrip
tion afong your readers, ear-marked
'For the swIO piirpose of purchasing
and transitorting food'? Every dollar
sc. ralaied will be used to purease food
in the United Sfates."
Don't Delay Treating Your Cough.
A slight cough often becomes sert
ous, Lungs get congested, Broneblal
Tubes till with mucous. Your vitali
ty is reduced. You need Dr. Hell's
Pine-Tar-Hloney. It soothes your irri
tated air passages, loosens mucous
and makes your system resist ('olds.
Give tile fiahy and Children Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-lioney. It's giuaranteed to
help them. Only 25c ot your druggist.
* WArTS MILL NEWS. *
Watt. Mill, Nov. 2.-Rev. i'. 1.
Iewis tilled his regular appointment
here on Sunday morning and preached
an excellent sermon to a large and
Prof. W. C. Wilkie has Just closed a
very successful singing school, and on
Sunday a large crowd gathered at the
church and did some excelent singing.
Some of the singers present were
Messrs. John and Tom Childress of
Laurens, and Mr. I-ey Stewart of
Clinton and Mr. Eldgebert Riddle of
Warrior Creek, Jim Donnon, of Lau
rens, M r. Luther Roper and C. A. Pow
er of Laurens, and also Miss Jennie
Sher1ly of Laurens.
W%(:-re glad to report that Mr. .1.
P. Muwry who hag been real sick for
Some11 ti1lm1e is now improving.
Mr. R. E0. Thompson and Mrs. J. W.
1Iellams were visitors at tIhe home of
It. 11. Donaldson on S'unday.
Mr. George DV'is or Greenville, re
turned home lat week after spending
a few days wthm his sister. Mrs. W.
F]. Burns. /
Misses a 'He and Lizzi0. Donnon
of LaurensA'isited Miss May Garrett
Fred and Guy Bennett, of Clinton,
visited at the home of Mr. I. Y. Mc
Quown on Saturday an(d Sunday.
Will Nelson and family, also W. C.
Marlor and family all visited relatives
near the Ridge on Saturday.
Little Loula Linder, age 5 years,
died Saiday night at the home of her
brother, C. B. Linder. Her remains
will be interred in the aWtts Mill
cemetery today at four o'clock.
MADE NATIONAL BANK.
hlank of Laurens Recebves Permission
of Comptroller of Currency to do
Business Under National Charter.
The Blank of Laurpns received in
structions last week 'from the Comp
troller of the Currq y at Washing
ton granting its 'To uest to beeome a
national bankingi institution. The
wire was received Wednesday 'and
the books were immediately changed
to conform to the national laws. The
Institution will be known as the Lau
rena National Bank. This institutipn
is one of the city's most substantial
husiness houses,' Tts ofelers are 0.
11. Simmons, president; Dr. H. K.
Aiken, cashiler; J. J. Adams, book
keeper; Clyde Fowler, assistant book
Sfiokiid Buy Your
Groceries of Us
BECAUSE we always carry
We make-it a business policy to
buy certain articles regularly in,,
Then we take a very all
FRESH NORFOLK OYSTERS'
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
Try our Special Cracker Dust for cooking Oysters. It
makes them taste better. And then to make the meal per-.
fect add some of our good quality Pickles, Catsup. and.
J. C. SHELL & COMPANY
"The Corner Grocers"
Phone No. 183 Prompt Delivery
Dr. T. L. Timmerman B. R. TODD
Dentist '' and Coutracting
tLaud Surveys a seclalty
in erete Work SklirIully done or in
People's Bank Building spected.'
Phone 882. Drawings and estimates of all Kin.
.jejpbppe No. 346
Laurens, S. C. Laurerys, S. C.