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GET IT AT
Our Great January
DO IT NOW
NOW IX FULL BLAST
And wc have sent away hundreds of satisfied customers. !t" you don't take advantage of this great bargain giving sale, it's your fault. VVc have the goods and in order
to move tin m out and secure ready cash, we have slashed prices all to pieces.
Read all these prices over carefully ihea come and trade with us and be convinced.
All $1.00 Dress Goods are going in this mighty bargain
giving sale ;il S9C
All $1.00 Silks, including yard-wide Taffetas and Mes
saliues, in all colors, going at 89c
All 50c Silks ;L;<>iiig at ,}?;('
All 50c Dress Clouds going at 391'
One lot China Silks, in fancy patterns, worth from 25c
to 50c?our sale price to close them out is
We have a few pieces of 36-iuch all-wool plaids in light
colors, worth 50c- l<> dose them out our sale
price per yard is
54-inch Broad Cloths, one dollar quality, 0111 Big Clear
13c ailCC vSale price is for the yard
2?ic < inline
We have too many Coats left, and we must sell them. We
propose to sell every cloak we have, and to do this we have
cut the prices almost in half. They must be sold regardless of
cost. .So if you need a long Cloak, this is your opportunity to
get one cheaper than they will ever be offered to you again.
Read this prices:
All Si 5.00 Cloaks to he sohl in this great Bargain-giving
Sale at, .... . ... #9.30
All $12.50 Cloaks, sale price, ... - s.25
All $10.00 Cloaks, sale price, ... - 7.00
All XX.50 Cloaks, sale price, - - - 4.48
All S6.50 Cloaks, sale price, ..... 3.98
\ All $5.00 Cloaks, sale price, ----- 2.68
\ Childrcns' bear skin Cloaks worth #3.00, Clearance Sale at $1.65
. Bear skin and plush Cloaks worth S.v.S". Clearance Sale at 2.1 |
Childrens' $2.2^" Cloaks, our Clearance Sale price
Childrcns' $4-50 Cloaks, our Clearance Sale price
Buy your Shoes here for the next thirty days
and save yourself some money. Everything in our
Immense Shoe Stock
HAS BEEN REDUCED.
One lot odds and ends in Ladies', Misses'
and Children's Shoes.
One lot Ladies'. Misses' and Cnildren's
One lot Ladies', Misses and Children's
One lol of Men's and Boys' Shoes to go
at . .
One lot of Men's and Boys' Shoes to 1/0
One lot Mon's and Hoys' Shoes at
One lot Men's and Boys' Shoes nl
We are ready and wil
ling to serve you. All
we waul is a chance ami
it" you tire not satisfied
with what von l>n\ we
GIVE YOUR MONEY
LAU REINS, SOUTH CAROLJNA,
I Tins sale is beim
\ dueled lor tin purpose of
S raising money am! reduc
iing ouv stock, therefore
no goods charged so
1 PLEASE DON'T ASii
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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
>a v L??. v 1 ' ' '? * i H1' * ' ' ' t< * * *??
oin- i>r iho very delightful |>nriles 01
ihf past vve?U was Iii?1 entertainment
Thursdny evening given hy Muslei
John T. Poolo in honor of Miss Annh
Lucile Poole. Quite a uuinher of en
lerlainin;; contests were Indulged In
Iho guessing contest heiug the inosi
exciting. In this tlie prize offered
wa.-. won by Miss Catherine Irl?'.
Those who wen- present and enjoy
ed the ninusoinents and refreshment'
of the occasion: .lohn Molt, Miss Lind:
Thompson; Torn '.ake. Miss Until ICnt
terhy; Frank Cnllie, Miss l.ucib
Hent/.: drover Itlchey. Miss .lentil
Fleming; .loh Mule. Miss Marguriti
Simpson; Ohnrlos Fleming. Miss Helei
Sullivan; .1 nines Todd, Miss Kdm
Cureton; Itobert Roper, Miss lletti?
Lake; Hastings Dial. Miss Mary Sill
I Ivan; Karle Cnine, Miss Catberim
Irby; .lohn T. Poolo, .Miss Marie Hrld
dell: Leon Dodson, Moore Dial. Han
dolph Little. Willie Crisp. Phil Huff.
One of the most delightful social
events of Christmas week in Lauren
was the elegant dinner given by Mr
ami Mrs. \V, II. dllkersuii to the young
men hoarders of Ilio house on Wedhes
dny eve tliig, Quito n iiumber ot
yoUUg men of (lie city make thch
home at this place, and a happier,
more Congenial crowd would lie diili
ctilt to find. linch of Iho gentlomen
were privileged to llU'ltC a young lad)
for the occasion, and as the guests III',
rived they were mot at tin* door by
Misses Annie and Julia OilkOi'SOU.
The halls and the parlor of the (oik
erson home were beautifully hung
with holly and decorated with pot
plants ami Urns, lighted by the soft
gleam of Christmas candles artistic
ally arranged with Christinas hells
After a short half hour of plensniitest
SOClnl intercourse, (he guests, in coup
les, repaired to the dining rooms, sim
ilarly lighted and decorated, where a
most delicious spread awaited. Tin
dinner consisted of five courses. Intro
duced by most delicately served escol
laped oysters ami closing with dolle
ions ambrosia with Marischlno cher
ries and cake,
The couple: were; Mr. W.O. Lancas
ter and Miss draco Simmons; Mr. Jas.
B. Medlock and Miss Nell Miller: Mr.
Duponl ?UOrry and Miss Annie Ollkor
son; Mr. W. Stanley Masscy and Miss
Lyn Smith: Mr. Frank Massey and
Miss Julia dllkerson; Mr. Yancy tiilk
erson and Mi s Joslo Sullivan; Mr. S.
F. Honey and Miss Fannie Mac Thames
Mr. Jno. L. dllkerson and Miss Lint
.lone.--; and Messrs. F. I;. Donald and
s. Orady Justus.
Aliss Uraco SimnioiiK.wirk^hc charm
ing hostess to the At^fft'jtjdf^ Twenty
two club on \Vc<H|S?mNy.moi'uiii-; at
her home on I i by jaWi/ l.i-hteen
young ladies w .-i '/wRviW on this hap
py occasion andWnjM^ they enjoj
the hospitality. tt3nF%J)leli .\iiss Sim
mons I? well 1:iiowh'jfipd much envied
No Caj'dH. Illld n? Wylr s w ere played .
it was a social mooting, purely ami
limply, yol on of Iho most tbn thly
ijoynblc since tlie orga ' i? of
flic club last summer.
in tin- serving of a \
live course luncheon, Mi mil
\\;:s assisted by hot' sister.lei
Simmons who was at homo tor the hol
idays from the Columbia College, ami
Miss Susie Cray.
Those present nl Miss Simmons':
reception were: Misses Lyn Smith.
Lllll .tones. Julia (Silkcrsou, .losle SuL
llvan, Josephine Puller, Daisy suili
van. 101 l/.aboth Shell, Nell Miller. Kdn.i
and Annie Sitgrenves, Annie ami Bll/.
aheih Itlchey, Helene Cray. Ollle
Adams of Clinton. LtlCile Martin. Mary
Todd and Mary Belle Bftbb.
Tin' annual Christmas week dunce
Kiven by the young men of the city
was a most pleasant affair. Wodne*
day evening at ten o'clock at Fowler's
hall gathered the young loll; of this
place and the m ar by towns and until
?he wee small hours of tin- night did
they revel in the exercise of the Ter
lischorenil art The floor of the hall,
recently added lo and Improved, ivnt
line: the young people in (he best ol
spirits; altogether il was 01.1 tin
best dances in the history of tin- city.
Those present were; Miss Annie Sit
greaves with Mr. a W. Tengtte; Mis
Mary Todd with Mr. Thomas I. . y
gert: Miss .losle Sullivan with Mr
Henry Veargln; Miss Nell Miller wltlt
Mr. llait Itlchey; Miss Dorcas Online
with Mr. T. C. Turner: Miss Bdltn Ca:
llnglon of Oreenvlllc with Mr, Albert
Dial; Misses Alma Lodge of Columbia
and Jessie Holt with Mr. John Crews;
Miss Hein/, of Greonvlllo with Mr. Tom
H?H; Miss Dot Owens of Clinton will;
Mr. V. s Ollkorson; Miss Manie
Sebayer with Dr. I. Schnyor; Miss
[tattle Davenport with Mr. T. SV. Sill
llvan; Miss Uosa Davenport with Mr,
T, C. Switzer; Miss .IoSO|thllie Fuller
with Mr. Kno.x Simpson; Staus.
Messrs. J. B. Medlock, Tay Irby, .1. L.
M. irhy. W. C. Lancaster. Jas. Slllli
vnn, ('has. Simpson. J A. Simmons.
Ld. Hart A. D. (Hay. S. C Justus
Jack McCravy, Brnesl Bastorby, (larj
BlChelberger, and Messrs. L. lt. Dil
lard. Joe Phlliny, H. S. Owens. W. C
Bailey ami st. Clalr Ifayes of Clinton
Mr. .1. m. Buford of Newborry, ami
Mr. T. H. Ueeves of Cray Court.
Chajierones, Mr. ami Mrs. j. n. Rich
ardson, Mr. and Mrs. S H. Todd. Mr.
and Mrs. Jas. L. Powell of Wilming
ton, Mr. and .Mrs. C. T. Nottingham
of Cape Charles. Ya.
Mr. S. B, Honey, editor of The Ail
vertlsor, who was yesterday at noon
married t<> Miss ICmlly Bellinger nl
her home in W'altei horo, is OXpeeted
to arrive in Laurens this afternoon
with his hridO. They will he 'at
home" to their friends at the Ollker
son House, after a short visit during
the present WOCk to relatives in
See (he good values wo are offering
in Dinner Sets in different designs,
colors ami decorations.
S. M. & B. II. WIlkOH K Co.
Assessor's Notice, j
Till-! Auditors Ulbco will bo open j
from :l>e 1>i day 61 January i" llio 2bth 4
day of r'bbruary, IlKio, t>> make returns
ol personal pi-opoiiy, nod real estate, i
whoro tiny cbiihbcs bu\. boon made since
last lot urn for taxation in Lanrens. <
|?*or titb cortvoidonco of the taxpayers, '
tho Auditor or bis Deputy will niton.i j
lie- follbiyintf nnmcd places to roccivt '?
rot iirhs lor soxi ?. r*hr, to?w ii : .
Uonno, Januar, lltli, from 1" it. in. I
to |>. in, <
Clinton, January I2ih. from 1" n. in. '
lb 3 |?. in. i
Clinton Mills, January TM., from "> p.
in. 1?? S p. in. j
Lydia Mills; January III, from U a. m. (
to 12 in. \
Mounlvillo, January I Ith, from 1" a. .
iii. lo 3 p. 111. '
Cross Kill, January loth, from lu a. ;
hi. 10 .' p. in.
Waterloo, J Unitary I uh, from Id iU mi j
lb 2 p. ....
Dr. W.i' Thompson s. .lanniiry Hub. j
from It) Ii, in tu '.' p. in.
Marlin'-. Slort', Januar. 20ih, from '.' '
It, m. lo I .' m. I
lirowaHoii, .Iniinnrv 'Hub, from I p in
m lb 13 in. .
IVlnUoiOii, January 2l.sl, honi I h in |
lo I |l III
Tumbling Shoals January 23d, froth \
1" a in to 2 j. in.
I). I). Harris's, January 25th, from 10
a in to "> p m. '
Abhor llabb's, January 2(111), frOIIJ
a in to 3 p m, i
V. a. White's. January 3)ili, from l?
a in lo 3 p in.
Cook's Store, January 2-Slh, from l'1 :i ,
m to 2 i? in.
Stewart's sioi-.', January 2011b from n> j
a in to 2 i> in.
Yoilllft'.S, January ilOth, from 111 a m i I
Pleasant Mound, January Sloth, i p m
to i p m. j
Lanford, rebrnarj 1st, from Ort nt 16 '
Ora, Pebmary i. from ". p in to i p m.
WaitsfMill, I"obruSry .'. from 2 p in lb
8 p m.
All male citizens between |be a. . s of
21 and lib years on lite M ?.| January,
OSCOpI I hose WllO ari- Incapable 01 <aru
imr a support from beimr maliiod or from
other causes, aro deemed polls, Con fed*
crate \ olorons o.\copied.
ah taxpayers aro required In Rivcj
Townships ami No. ot School District :
also siaie whether propori) is situated
in town or country,
After the201 b of robroary, ftopor tianl
penaiiN will be attached lor failure lo
c a. I'flWWIt,
Deo, 10. 100s id. Auditor.
Being* guilty of saying1 you can't
protect your family when I will
write you on such easy terms.
$2.22 per month saved will pay
for a 20 payment life policy at age
30, fully paid-up end of 20 years.
You OWE IT to your family and
should carry a g^ood line of insur
ance. Drop me a card TODAY
and get my easy paying plan.
Please give your ag*e.
outfjeatftetn ?ltf e 3n& Co,