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NAVAL FLEET OFF
FOR LONG CRUISE
Sixteen Battleships Sail
for Pacific Coast.
^4,000 MILE JOURNEY.
i resident Roosevelt Witnesses the De*
parture of Fleet from Hampton
Roads Monday Morning.
Old Point Comfort, Dec. 16.-The
backbone of the American navy, six
teen battleships, under the command of
Rear Admiral Evans, cast sail today for
the Pacific coast, a fourteen thousand
mile cruise, which has sot all the world
talking. Parading in review before the
president of the United States and sa
luting as they went, the stately white
vessels drew anchor from the Hampton
Roads rendezvous and steamed out of
the Virginia capes, finally being lost
view of on the southwestern horizon.
At ten knots' speed they went headed
for the West Indies. After threading
heir way along the reefs of those
istands the Meet will bring up at Trini
dad Christmas eve. This will end the
first stage of their journey.
President Roosevelt, accompanied by
a party of guests, came down from
Washington on the naval yacht May
flower. His arrival in the roadstead
was signalized by a roar of salutes. A
brief reception followed, the president
Having a brief message for the four
rear admirals and sixteen captains who
are taking the ships through to the Pa
cific. The president shook each com
mander by the hand as he went over the
side and bade them an official adieu.
The Mayflower then turned and led
the fleet as they went down the bay,
the Mayflower leading to Thimble Shoal
light. Here the Mayflower turned for
a final review.
As a naval pageant the review and
departure was the most notable in
American history. The guns which
voiced a welcome to the president on
his arrival at Hampton Roads uttered a
good-by tribute as they passed the May
flower outward bound. The welcome
salute was paid in unison while the
farewell was an individual offering
from each of the sixteen ships.
The fleet passed out in single column
with the government-built Connecticut,
Evans* flagship, leading. The vessel
ran four hundred yards ahead of the
line, extending from the flagship to the
last vessel a distance of over four miles.
Notice to Trespassers.
We hereby forewarn all persons not
to hunt, trap or otherwise trespass up
on the lands of the undersigned, and
we will enforce the law in such cases
made and provided against all who may
thus violate the same.
Mrs. D. M. Mc.Clintock,
D. M. McClintock,
W. E. McClintock,
J. E. McClintock,
J. L. McClintock,
20-lt W. A. McClintock.
Election of Officers.
At the regular meeting of the Junior
Order U. A. M., Laurens Council
No. 24, held Monday night, the follow
ing officers were elected:
J. M. Cannon, C.
W. P. Thomason, Jr., V. C.
O. W. Babb, R. S.
J. W. Thompson, Assistant R. S.
R. S. Templeton, P. S.
W. J. Sloan, Treas.
J. A. Martin, Conductor.
A. F. Templeton, W.
Dick Owings, J. S.
J. C. Wilson, O. S.
J. W. Hellams, Chaplain.
C. A. Power, Jr. P. C.
Henry Madden, Trustee.
Dr. Clifton Jones, B. State Council.
Beware of Frequent Colds.
A succession of colds, or a protracted
t rid, is almost certain to end in chronic
catarrh, from which few persons ever
wholly recover. Give every cold the
attention it deserves, and you may
avoid this disagreeable disease. How
can you cure a cold? Why not try
Chamberlain's Cough Bemedy? It is
highly recommended. Mrs. M. White,
of Butler, Term., says: "Several years
ago I was bothered with my throat and
lungs. Someone told me of Chamber
lain's Cough Bemedy. I began using
;t, and it relieved me at once. Now
my throat and lungs arc sound and
well." For sale by Laurens Drug Co
The Magic No. 3.
Number three is a wonderful mascot
for Ceo. H. I'arais, of Cedar Grove,
Me., according to a letter which reads:
"After suffering much with liver and
kidney trouble, and becoming greatly
discouraged by the failure to find relief,
I tried Electric Bitters, and as a result
I am a well man to-day. The first bot
bottle relieved and three tittles com
pleted the cure." Guaranteed best on
earth for stomach, liver and kidney
troubles by Laurens Drug Co. and Pal
metto Drug Co., druggists. 50c.
Panama Canal -laic Canal.
Machinery is digging the Panama
Canal a thousand times quicker than
the shovel dug the Erie.
Machinery produces the L. & M. Paint
at 60 times less cost for labor, than if
made by hand.
The L. & M. gives the best job in the
world, because L. & M. Zinc hardens
L. & M. White Lead and makes L. &
M. Paint wear like iron for 10 to 15
It only requires 4 gallons of this cele
brated paint and 3 gallons of Linseed
Oil at 60 cts per gallon, to paint, a mod
crate sized house.
If any defoct exists in L. & M. Paint
will repaint house for nothing.
Sold by J. II. & M. L. Nash, Lau
rens, Clinton Hiarmacy, Clinton" 18-2t
For Eczema, Tetter and Sail Rheum.
The intense itching cheracteristic of
these ailments is almost instantly al
layed by Chnmberlain's Salve. Many
severe cases have been cured by it.
For sale by Laurens Drug Co.
If you have not made up your mind
what you will give to your family and
friends for Christmas, come in and let
us show you through our line, from
which you can select something for
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
THE SECRET of success is to retain
your health. This can or.hr be done by
eating pure food. COPYRIGHT flour
makes [the beat bread. Copyright's
THIRD TERM TALK
President Roosevelt Issues a Statement
Reiterating His Declaration Made
Three Years Ago.
Washington, December 11. ?Presi
dent Roosevelt will not be a candidate
for a third term. All doubt on this
point was dispelled today by the au
thorized statement from the White
House that Mr. Roosevelt still adhered
to the declaration made three years
ago. In the statement issued tonight
President Roosevelt oays he has not
changed, and shall not change, the de
cision communicated to the public in
It appears that the president has been
awaiting the call for the Republican
National Convention to afford . the
proper opportunity for making his po
sition clear and unmistakable, and thus
leave the field clear for Fairbanks,
Taft, Cannon, Knox, Forakor and other
declared or receptive candidates for the
Republican nomination. The presi
dent's statement follows:
"On the night after the election I
made the following announcement: 'I
am deeply sensible of the honor done
me by the American people in thus ex
pressing their confidence in what I have
tried to do. I appreciate to the full
the solemn responsibility this confidence
imposes upon me, and I shall do all that
in my power lies not to forfeit it. On
the fourth of March next I shall have
served three and a half years, and this
three and a half years constitute my
first term. The wise custom which
limits the president to two terms re
gards the substance, and not the form,
and under no circumstances will I be a
candidate for or accept another nomi
"I have not changed, and shall not
change, the decision thus announced."
Among the Democrats who comment
ed on the president's statement was
Senator Tillman, who said:
"This is by way of documentary evi
dence that the president has seen the
handwriting on the wall. It means that
Bryan will he the next president of the
United States. Boosevelt is the only
possible Republican candidate who
could be considered formidable."
Mr. John Sharp Williams, leader of
the minority in the House, said:
"I believe I am one of tho few Demo
crats in public life in the country who
has been saying all along that the presi
dent would not run for a third time. I
believed he had too much knowledge of
history to run the risk of threatening
republican institutions with perpetuity
of tenure in the presidency. I also
thought that he was a man of so much
pride that even if he had come to re
gret his after-election utterances he
would still stand to his word. I think
the third term issue would have made
Mr. Roosevelt the weakest man the
Republican party could have nominated,
notwithstanding the fact that he is per
sonally the most popular Republican in
the country today."
Representative Hardwick, of Geor
gia, said: "I think it means a triumph
for the reactionary element in the Re
publican party, and a good chance for
the Democrats to win."
Representative Bartlett, of Georgia,
said: "It means a different candidate
and a different platform. I think the
Republicans will nominate a man on an
entirely different platform, and put in
to the platform those things which
would not have been put in had Boose
velt stood for the nomination."
Laurens Lodge No. 260, A. F. M.,
will hold a regular communication Fri
day night, December 20, at 7 o'clock.
A good attendance is desired, as the
annual election of officers will take
place, and other business of importance
transacted. Visitors cordially wel
comed. R. A. COOPER, W. M.
C. A. POWEB, Sec.
All persons indebted to the late firm
of R. P. Milam & Co. must make pay
ment by the first day of January, 1908.
On that date all uncollected claims will
be placed in the hands of an attorney
JOHN W. FEBGUSON, Survivor.
For that Dull Feeling After Fating.
I have used Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets for some time, and
and can testify that they have done me
more good than any tablets I have ever
used. My trouble was a heavy dull
feeling after eating. David Frekman,
Kempt, Nova Scotia. These tablets
strengthen the stomach and improve
the digestion. They also regulate the
liver and bowels. They are far supe
rior to pills but cost no more. Get a
free sample at Laurens Drug Co.'s
drug store and see what a splendid
medicine it is.
^ New Collars,
?? New Shine.
mt It is a significant p
mf fact that even when ?Jr
|R the high gloss finish
tj? was in the height of yL
mi* its popularity the new 3ir
tj collars laundered for |S
? the Troy collar facto- y
*mi nes never had the *v
jj& shiny finish. K
? Tne collar manufac- *k
?fc turers knew that the
? Domestic finish would y>
not wear the goods as
S| much and would add ?
- to the appearance of **
m* their product. ?
& Laurens 3
?5 Steam jS
A Our Domestic Finish Saves
9% Your Linen.
g? Phone 60. Laurea?, S. C. ^
Death of Mrs. James D. Anderson.
Mrs. Sallie Dudley Anderson died in
Birmingham, Ala., at 6 o'clock Sunday
afternoon. Mrs. Anderson was the
mother of Mrs. George F. Young, of
this city, who received the sad news of
her mother's death by telegram Mon
day morning. Mrs. Anderson was the
widow of the late Professor James D.
Anderson, who died at Huntsville, Ala.,
about five or six years ago. In the
early eighties Prof. Anderson was
president of the Lawrenceville Female
College, and Mrs. Anderson, during a
residence which covered a period of
several years, made many warm friends
in this city. Only a few weeks ago she
spent several weeks in Laurens.
Mrs. Anderson was a member of a
prominent family in the eastern part of
South Carolina, having been before her
marriage Miss Sallie Dudley, of Ben
nett8ville. She leaves six children? |
James Anderson, who makes his home
in Texas; Mrs. William Vaughn, of i
Birmingham; Mrs. George F. Young,
of Laurens; Buist Anderson, a profes-1
sor in the military institute of Marion,
Ala.; Arnot Anderson, of Atlanta: and
Miss Ramclle Anderson, of Birming
Mrs. Anderson was laid to rest beside
her husband at Huntsville, Ala.
A tickling cough from any cause is
quickly stopped Dy Dr. Shoop's Cough
Cure. Ann it is so thoroughly harmless
and safe that Dr. Shoop tells mothers
everywhere to give it without hesita
tion, even to very young babes. The
wholesome green leaves and tender
stems of a lung-healing mountainous
ehrub furnish the curative properties to
Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. It calms the
cough and heals the sore and sensitive
bronchial membranes. No opium, no
chloroform, nothing harsh used to in
jure or suppress. Simply a re?inous
rdant extract that belps to heal i-ching
ungs. The Spaniards call this shrub
which the doctor uses "The Sacred
Herb." Always demand Dr. Shoop's
Cough Cure. Palmetto Drug Co.
From our line of Rugs, Art Squares,
Tables, Morris Chairs, China Closets,
Dressing Tables and many other beauti
ful articles for the home, it will not
be any trouble for you to select your
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
MASONIC OFFICERS ELECTED.
Mr. R. E. Bnbb Chosen Worshipful Alas
tcr of Palmetto Lodge No. 19.
At. Friday night's regular communi
cation of Palmetto lodge No. 19, A. F.
M., the following officers for the ensu
ing Masonic year were elected and ap
R. E. Babb, Worshipful Master.
T. L. Monroe, Senior Warden.
G. L. Pitts, Junior Warden.
O. B. Simmons, Treasurer.
W. H. Washington, Secretary.
Ossie Anderson, Senior Deacon.
J. B. Brooks, Junior Deacon.
J. N. Richardson, Senior Steward.
E. D. Langston, Junior Steward.
W. L. Shockley, Tyler.
The Judge Uses Forceful Language.
Judge W. B. Simmons of Fincastle,
Va., told the reporter that L. & M.
Paint was used on his residence in 1882,
and held its color well for 21 years; he
furthermore said that 3 years ago he
was induced to use another paint and is
sorry lie did, because the other paint
didn't make good. The Judge will now
always use L. & M. because he knows
if any defect exists in L. & M. Paint
the house will be repainted for nothing.
The L. & M. Zinc hardens the L. &
M. White Lead, and makes L. & M.
Paint wear like iron for 10 to 15 years.
Actual cost of L. & M. about $1.20
Donations of L. & M. made to
Sold by J. H. & M. L. Nash, Laurens
and Clinton Pharmacy, Clinton.
Stomach trouble !? but a symptom of. and not
In ltaelf a true disease. We thfn? of Dyspepsia.
Heartburn, and Indigestion as real diseases, ret
they are symptoms only of a certain specific
Nerve sickness?nothing else.
It was this fact that first oorrectly lad Dr. 8hoop
In the creation of that now rery popular Stomach
Remedy?Dr. Snoop's Restorative. Oolng direct
to the stomach nerves, alone brought that success
and favor to Dr. 8hoop and his Restorative. With
out that original and highly vital principle, no
such lasting accomplishment* wore ever to be had.
For stomach distress, bloating, biliousness, bad
breath and sallow complexion, try Dr. Shoop's
Restorative?Tablets or Liquid?ana see for your
self what it can aud will do. We sell and cheap,
PALMETTO DRUG CO.
Killed a Wolf.
Mr. Meli Willis, a fifteen-year-old son
of Mr. J. T. Willis, of the Green Pond
section, shot and killed a large wolf at
his father's home last Wednesday. The
wolf was discovered in the goat pasture,
chasing the goats, one of which it had
[caught and fatally injured. The wolf
had on a seven-foot chain, and had evi
dently escaped from captivity somc
I where. Some of the party wanted to
capture it alive, but when it ran by
the young Nimrod the temptation to
kill big game was too great, and he let
fly and brought the big fellow down.
The Auditor's Office will be open
from the 1st day of January to the 20th
day of February, 1908, to make returns
of personal property and real estate,
where any changes have been made
since last return for taxaticn in Lau
For the convenience of the taxpayers
the Auditor or his deputy will attend
the following named places to receive
returns for said year, to-wit:
Reno, January 20, from 10 a. m. to
2 p. m.
Clinton, January 21, from 10 a. m. to
2 p. m.
Clinton Mills, January 21, from 5 p.
m. to 8 p. m.
Lydia Mills, January 22, from 9 a. m.
to 12 m.
Mountville, January 23, from 10 a.
m. to 2 p. m.
Cross Hill, January 24, from 10 a. m.
to 2 p. m.
Waterloo, January 27, from 10 a. m.
to 2 p. m.
Dr. W. C. Thompson's, January 28,
from 10 a. rn. to 2 p. m.
Martin's Store, January 29, from 9 a.
m. to 12 m.
Brewerton, January 29, from 1 p. m.
to 4 p. m.
Sharpe's Store, January 30, from 9
a. m. to 12 m.
Princeton, January 30, from 1 p. m.
to 4 p. m.
Tumbling Shoals, January 31, from
10 a. to 2 p. m.
D. D. Harris', February 3, from 10
a. m. to 2 p. m.
Abner Babb, February 4, from 10 a.
m. to 2 p. m.
V. A. White, February 5, from 10 a.
m. to 2 p. m.
Cook's Store, February 6, from 10 a.
m. to 2 p. m.
Stewart's Store, February 7, from
10 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Young's, February 8, from 10 a. m.
to 12 m.
Pleasant Mound, February 8, 2 p. m.
to 4 p. m.
Lanford, February 10, from 9 a. m.
to 12 m.
Ora, February 10, from 2 p. m. to 4
Watts Mill, February 11, from 2 p.
m. to 8 p. m.
All male citizens between the ages of
21 and GO years on the 1st of January,
except those who are incapable of earn
ing a support from being maimed or
from other causes, are deemed polls,
Confederate veterans excepted.
All taxpayers are required to give
Townships and No. of School District;
also state whether property is situated
in town or country.
After the 20th of February 50 per
cent, penalty will be attached for fail
ure to make returns.
C. A. POWER, Auditor.
Dec. 11, 1907. 19tf
The Christmas shopper sometimes requests
assistance in the selection of a gift. We suggest
in advance a few items.
A pair of nice Wool Blankets. A handsome Counter
pane. A Fine Linen Table Cloth. A dozen Napkins or
Towels. A Cloth Wrap, Scarf Zephyr Shawl or Facinator.
A nice Tic or a pair of fancy Suspenders put up separately
in neat boxes. Handkerchiefs Hemstitched or Embroid
ered. A fine Hand Satchel.
None of these you say. What have you in Dies
Goods? Silks and fine Wool Fabrics, the shade and quality
you desire at
W. Q. Wilson & Co.
R. A. COOPER,
c. W. TUNE, J. P. TOLBERT,
Sec'y and Treas. Mgr. Ins. Depart.
M. J. OWINGS
j. 0. c. Fleming, c. e. Kennedy w. j. Fleming
e. P. Whakton, j. W. Todd, j. f. tolbert,
C. D. Moselky, S. j. Craio, W. a. Watt.h,
h. k. Aiken, i). a. Davis, m. j. Owincs,
s. m. wilkes, j. w. duPree, r. a. Cooper.
Capital Stock $25,000
Real Estate, Stocks and Bonds bought and sold. Loans negotiated on Heal Es
tate?long time and easy payments. Our Insurance Manager, Mr. J. F.
Tolbert, can give you the very best Life and Fire Insurance contracts.
Wo also act as Executor, Administrator, Guardian, Recoiver,
Give Us Your Business and Help a Home Enterprise.
The House of Bargains.
For Christmas presents yon will find what you want here from Baby to Grand
Pa. We have enough for everybody, two big stores filled chuck fully and we
are selling them at lied Hot Prices. Come and bring the whole family along
and see through Burns Company's Two Famous Bargain Houses. Everything
must, shall and will be sold. Our Motto is Big Sales and Little Profits.
" - ?'-3 rocTW(/\r?
Tin and Enameled Ware,
Crockery, China and GlassWare,
Knives, Forks and Spoons.
I Red Hot Prices on
These Little Things....
Laurens for pretty girls, Red Iron
Racket for Bargains.
Two Spools Thread, good .05
10c can Good Luck Baking Powder .08
3 boxes Searchlight Matches .10
One 6.foot Buggy Whip .10
5c package Gold Dust, cut price .04
18 pounds Granulated Sugar for $1.00
Three Plugs Baby Ruth Tobacco .25
Needles, Pins, Hairpins, Key chains .01
$1.00 Watch, red hot .68
One i plain Tumblers . 18
One set White Plates .18
2,000 Buggy Whips, special rod hot prices
One set White China Plates .50
20c Coffee, parched, per pound .12*
25c Coffee, parched, per pound . l.r>
Ten Cakes Washing Soap .20
Seven Cakes Octagon Soap .25
Seven Balls of good Thread .05
Best six cord Spool Cotton, price right
You come and see.
$20 Gold tilled Watch, special $12.07
$1.00 Alarm Clock .60
Lot Cedar water Bucket. 29c and . 19
Special Cut prices [in ournewstore] on
Tin, Glass, Crockery, Lamps and other
$25.00 Sewing Machine $12.07
$115.00 Sewing Machine $18.25
Guaranteed for 12 years.
10c Roll Crepe Paper, Red hot .05
Big line Wall Paper, I0c, 13c, 15c, 18c,
per double roll of 1(1 yards .1"
One nice window Shade .10
One Linen window Shade .25
One Linen window Shade ..'50
One good Curtain Pole .1'?
Ono pair Lace Curtains .43
One Counterpane .69
One Counterpane, fine spread .OS
One Counterpane, extra special 1.48
10c Roll Toilet Paper .08
Two Rolls Toilet Taper .15
$2.50 large family Bible for only .08
$3.50 large eight day clock $1.98
$8.00 Large mantle clock $4.89
25c Suspenders, only .15
Jackets and Skirts.
Ladies' Jackets and long Coats $2.98
up to $10.00.
Ladies' Skirts, beauties, from $1.48
up to $8.27.
Beautiful Hats, and prices are lower
Bitf line of Ribbons, Feathers and
Plumes at remarkably low prices.
36-inch Broadcloth, per yard 39c.
54-inch Broad Cloth, per yard. 48c.
Serges, Brillianteens, Mohair and
Plaids, going at cut prices. Also Sea
Islands, Ginghams, Outings, Calicoes,
Bit ached Goods, and at less than the
Big line Men's Undershirts. 23c
Men's heavy tleeced Shirts .'59c to 4.1c
Wright's Health $1 Underwear, 85c
Men's and Ladies' Undervcsts, heavy
ribbed 25c, 39c, 45c; heavy, bleached,
fleeced lined 'shirts at 46 cents.
Come and get your good warm Un
dershirts at our cut prices and you will
save some money and keep your back
Hen's and Boys'
Try one Suit of our guaranteed Cloth
ing $8.39, $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00 per
suit. You'll get your money's worin
Men's $1.25 Jeans Pants, per pair .98
Men's $1.50 Jean.. Pants, per pair $1.25
Special values in Men's Suits, ranging
in price from $2.98, $3.75, $4.98, $6.89,
$S.75, $HuHt, $12.39 $14.75, to $10.00.
These Suits are worth from $1.00 to
$1.00 per suit more money. Come and
try on one and see the lit and finish and
examine the quality. We know you will
Boys' and Children's suits at money
saving prices, $1.39, $1.75, $1 98 to$2.26,
and $2.89. $3 50 to $4.36 per suit. Bring
the boys in and lit thcinup and save 50c
to $1 .(10 oil each sui;.
One boys' line suil for $3.25
One boys" suit, good, for $1.98
You don't know that a jrirl does not
like to bo kissed until you try. Come
and try one of our guaranteed suits of
clothing. We'll guarantee there will
be no kicking.
Extra size Pants for Men, II, 46 and
48 waist, Come In and see, wo can
fill your wants.
Special lot Men's. Pants closed out
from a hard-up factory, going for 75c,
98c to $2,50.
Men's Overcoats $3,98 to $16,00,
Men's line $6.00 Overcoats $4.98
Men's line $9.00 Overcoats 87.89
Men's fino $10.00 Overcoats $8.26
Men's line $12.50 Overcoats $10.00
Men's fine $15.00 Overcoats $12.on
Men's line $20.no Overcoats $16.00
Stockings and Socks for all sizes from
Baby to Grandpa. 5c, 8c, 10c, 13c, 16c,
18c to 23c por pair.
Red Hot Prices on
Dr. Blakersays: "It must be well
shaken before taking that it may oper
Burns says: "Shake the prices down
well so the goods will sell faster."
$1.00 bottle Aycr's Hair Vigor .87
$1.00bottleWampole'sCod LiverOil .87
$1.00 bottle S. S. S. .87
$1.00 bottle Scott's Emulsion .87
$1.00 bottle King's New Discovery .87
$1.00 bottle Hood's Sarsaparilla .87
$1.00 bottle Kilmer's Swamp Root .87
$1.00 bottle Pinkham's Veg. Comp'd. 87
$1.00 bot McElree's Wine of Cardui .87
$1.00 bot Simmons Liver Regular .87
$1.0ii bot Pierce'sFav. Prescription .87
50c bottle Sloan's Liniment .42
50c bottle Dr. King's New Discov .42
50c bottle California Fig Syrup .42
50c bottle Kilmer's Swamp Root .42
50c bottle Grove's Chill Tonic .42
85c bottle Fletcher's Castoria .2.r>
25c bot Cham'lain's Diarrhoea Rem..21
25c bot Chamberlain's Pain Balm .21
25c pkg Barker's Horse-Cattle Powd.18
25c pkg Simmon's Liver Regulator .18
25c box India Root Pills .18
25c bottle Winslow's Soothing Syrup, 18
10c bottle C. C. Pills .OK
25c box Mermen's Talcum Powder .is
20c box Violet Talcum Powder .10
25c bottle Pitcher's Castoria .12
10c box Talcum Powder ,06
One Large Jar Vasaline ,10
5c bottle Vasaline .04
10c bottle Lemon or Vanilla Extract .08
5c bottle Lemon or Vanilla Extract .04
$1.00 package Native Herbs .87
l pound Epsom Salts 10c, cut price .04
! pound Sulphur 10c, cut price .<)">
I pound Salt Peter 20c, cut price .10
si.no package Prussian stock Tonic ,87
60c package Prussian Stock Tonic .42
Also Chicken Tonic, Roup and Cholera
('ure, the best remedy for Stock and
Poultry on the market.
Shirts, Hats, Caps,
Special good things in Men's Work
Shirts at -i'ic, 39c, and 48c.
We sell goods for cash und turn the
dollars often and give our customers
their money's worth nil the time.
Hats and Caps for Men, Boys and
Children. Hats 25c, 39c, 48c, 75c, 98c,
up to the best John B. Stetson for $3.47
worth $4.50. Caps 10c, Lie, 18c, 25c up
to 48c, Red Hot Values.
Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!!!
Shoos for the whole family. Every
day shoes. Sunday shoes. School shoos.
Full dross shoos.
Baby shoos 15c and up.
Men's shoes $1.18 up to $3.98.
Ladies' shoes 98c up to $2.89 por pair.
Children's shoos 48c up to $1.39.
Extra large size shoes, 12 and 13 for
men, and 9 and 10 for women.
6 Special Bargain Days This Week
We want your trade and will serve you well.
Red Iron Racket
Laurens, Greenwood, Spartanburg, S. C. All Selling Same Goods for Less Money.
Now come and bring the whole family and a wagon to haul your goods back home. We are located
on West Laurens Street, completely out of the high priced district. J. C. BURNS & CO.