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A POET SINGS OF
BU8y OKAY COUNT
Makes (lie Muses to Toll of thcllustiiuu.
Little Town tip the Itoad Other
Hems of News.
Oray Court, Nov. ig. ?Oray Court
continues to mow; Mr. Frank 1). Holt
i.. laying down lumber and has closed
contract with J. n. Sexton of Lau re as
for the erection Of n store room on
Mr. John i>. Owings has moved to
Mr. A. C. Owings' and Mr. WIllU has
moved in the Lotel and Is now ready
to care lor the traveling public.
The Hank of Gray Court opened for
business Wednesday. Nov. II, taking
on deposit for lirst day's business,
about seven hundred dollars, and each
day since its opening the deposits
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wells,
November the eighth, a girl.
Mr. It, A. Cray, who has been con
lined to his room for some time with
typhoid fever is now aide to be out.
As the town continues to gl'OW we
submit to the leaders of The Adver
tiser a poem composed by Master
Marvin Itobertsoa, one of Gray Courl
Owiugs Institute's star pupils, on the
merchants of Cray Court, which reads
On my wuj to town the other day.
An hour at Cray Court I did stay.
I slopped for the purpose of looking
And to my surprise I found a nice Ih
Six nice stores and a hank, loo,
Always ready and looking for you.
Willi? & Curry was lirst 1 come across.
And bargains you'll get. if you trade
with Uncle Aus.
Heavy groceries and fancy ones too,
Meat. Hour and tobacco to chew.
Cray Court Drugstore was one next I
I went right in to look around.
Drugs, medicines ami plenty of pills.
Are kepi on hand to cure all the ills.
Third one 1 saw was It, I-. Cray's.
Clothing, dry goods and all that pays,
Hardware, nails, hammers and tools.
And everything else that people use.
On down the street is another store.
Hun by man called C. 13. Moore.
If you ko in you will sure buy.
For his goods arc line and not so high.
And tln re is another Ulan that sells.
And I his fellow 's name is .1. W. Wells.
When you i.I anything no right in,
For very best goods are sold by him.
On down still further is another store.
Hun by men that I don't know,
Abercromhlo & owings I believe were
Hal about n namo Its all the same.
They said they sold almost everything.
From clothing down to a shoe-string.
I guess Unit Is all,
As our town is quite small,
lb-ad the plain formula on a box of
Pink Palll Tablets. Then ask your
Doctor If there Is a belter one. Palll
means congestion blood pressure
somewhere. Or Snoop's Pink Pain
Tablets Check bead pains, womanly
pains, pain anywhere Try one. and
see! 20 for 25c. Sold by Palmetto
Drug Company, Lnurens, s. C.
Dots from Italian.
ItnbUI), Nov. It*. We are having
some cold weather, bill most people
had time to sow all their fall oats be
lot e cold weather began.
ItOV. 10. C Watson and wife were
vlslling in this community last week.
Mr. Ooorgo Hilts of l.aurens was at
Rabat) Sunday afternoon.
Miss Sally Boll of Orecn Pond h
visiting Misses Mao ami Alllo Hahb
Miss Virginia Owens of 0. P. C. was
down on a visit Saturday and Sunday
to see her parents.
Mr. Willie Aborcrombie, who has
fever, is improving very slowly.
Look out, lltO vvoddltlg bolls are go
ing to ring up here this week.
Miss Julie Oarilngton visited her
sister. Mi s Maggie Oarilngton, ot
Among the Exchanges.
The i coplo's Will,
it there is contest in iin> courts
over tin- iiisiu Hsury election in Lau
rens county, in which the dispensary
was voted oiu by n two-thtrds major
Ity, it will do uiucli to strengthen i'ie
ctentlmcut for State prohibition. The
will of tiiu people should be allowed
to rule, and especially whoro it bus
be i! expressed in : ueh mi overwhelm'
inj: manner ns In Lnurens county.
Mi lersbll Daily .-.tail.
Grent Snkos Hive!
An Interested correspondeul wants
to know whul we uro going to write
about after the election, national and
dispensary, is over with. Well, wo
haven't quite decided, but wo have
boon considering the subject of millin
ery, clothes mid ruin".'. About the
last named, though, wo must first con
sult the Hranchville lournal. Definite
announcement Inter. Laufens Adver
We ai,' not an authority on millin
ery but we don'i mind passing on a
few bints Cor tin In nofii of Ibis editor,
ho being only i im n.
In choosinu ti shap ! ii-' llllghl get a
"Palm Bench," "Russian Turban" or
"Clnlnsboro," w] h I., might de
cltlo was the most bccoiulun to his
peculiar stylo of . 'iity. < shewing tho
".Morry A'ltlow , tho 'Souls Kiss."
as not being iii" height of fashion,
Those may bo trimmed in taupe,
mauve, \lphu blur or Rurgun y. Bui
lol bin. he ??? uro , ;t ho sv ?av not an
"egret." or feuthi rs of non game birds
b'si the keen eye <>! Mr. James Henry
Rico light upon him, and dire confu
sion and . ii '. -: imornllx.ntlon of his
headgear be tho result.- Dranclivillo
' Itlitor i . ? Is to be congratulated
on i lie Hue done b; bis paper.
. Ito Ad 'n p!i ? crystallise
,ml even ? iny die sentiment
against tho d!i ? ns y in Ltturcns
county. It w rtii ? ottl ovorwliolm
Ingly. -Orel n?. ? o I Index.
Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee Is created
from pure parched grains, malt, nuts,
eic?no real coffee In ii. t^lno flavor
Is "made In a minute." No 20 or
80 minutes tedious boiling. Sample
Five. J. M. Philpol, Grocer.
Is not id" tlie Clicap John or Ply-by
Is our line, and not a .side issue. We
will devote our entire time and at
tention to it and hope !?> win
your patronage on the mer
its of our superior work.
Yours for success.
Wcsi Main Street
A Simple Remedy
Cardui is a purely vegetable extract, a simple,
Don-intoxicating remedy, recommended to girls and
women, of ail ages, for womanly pains, irregularity,
falling feelings, nervousness, weakness, and any
other form of sickness, peculiar to females.
It Will Help You
Mrs. X. ?. Beaver, of TTnicoi, Route Xo. 1, Mar
bleton, Tenn., writes: '*I suffered with bearing
down pains, feet swelled, pain in rigid side, headache,
pains in shoulders, nervous palpitation and other
troubles I cannot mention, bid ftookWii > of Cardui
and have found if the best medicine 1 ever used,
for female troubles." Try Cardui.
AT ALL DRUG STORES
The Busy Store!
We are always busy, but we will wait on you. flessrs. R E.
Thompson, W. A. Martin, R. L. Simpson. T. B. Crews, Jr., R. P. j|
Milam, Jr., and Miss Elizabeth Blackwell will be glad to see you 3^
and will serve you well. CvA\ and see them. Miss Olive Culbert- lj>
son, our Milliner, will be glad to have you call and see our fine line jf
of Hats. X
Across the street in our New Annex is T. Rex Simpson and 9
A. Bramlett. We will be triad to see you and will serve ?L
Now For Red Hot Prices!
$1.50 Men's Tiger Calf Shoes
2.00 Eagle vShocs .....
2.50 Expansion Shoe . . . .
3.50 Shoe .......
3.50 Brown Shoe Company Shoes
4.00 Brown Shoe Company's While House Shoe
Buy your Shoes here, you will save money.
J. C. BURNS & C( IMPAXY.
Vou can hear people talking everywhere yon g
about the Red Iron Racket-?J. C. Burns & Company1
Cut Price .Stores in I.;uuens, Greenwood, Sparl inbur;
and Anderson, S. C,?they arc cutting the prices flow
and rolling the Goods out. You go see and you'll h
.Special values ill Ladies1 long Coats
f 1 Olli #2.98 up to .Si [.39
No use of your wearing out your
shoe soles looking for bargains. Come
10 Burns & Company's famous Cut
Price Department Store and buy your
hill and you will be happy.
\'<>u should see the finest line <>f
Millinery in Eaurens, S. C. Call and
see Miss Olive Culbertson.
J. C. BURNS & C
Good Table Oil Cloth worth ?.s els
per yard, l >ur price 1 .sc
111 11)-,. good parched or green Coffee
Good yard-wide Sea Island worth 6c
cents, going ;il Sc
5c yard-wide Sea Island 3 t-2c.
6c Ginghams and Chambrays at
Red lion Racket for 4c
Have you seen our new line of
Stoves?they arc guaranteed cookers,
and we sell them for less.
T. C. 1'.CRN'S & C< >.
We are selling a $2? m m I h op 11
Sewing Machine for Si.!.97> Oi
an teed for 12 ycai s.
1. C. BUK \'S .\ C< ?
Good \ ird-widc Sett Island 1 ?>
(food S< a Island at
Makes ve think of oldt 1; 1 inn
Have you tried oui lineCoffei .
per pound.' Regular price el
J. C. BURN'S X t
We have the finest Stock of Clothing this Season
we have ever had. Vou just come in and tie on .1 Suit,
see the fit, and hear the price, we'll wrop it up ami you'll
he happy. Yours to serve.
J. C. Burns & Company.
We have the famous BrOWn Shoe Company's lin<
of Shoes for Men and Women, and we sell them
pair less than others ask foi same shoes. Coitu and
J. C\ Hit fits & C< mipaliy.
?/'i.25 pair Shoes for Men 98c
1.25 pair .Shoes for Women 98c
Red Iron Racket.
All Standard #t.oo Bottles of l'.u
ent Medicines going now at 79c
All 50c Bottles going at 39c
J, C. Burns & Company.
Seethe big values we arcgt
Tili) Glass, Crockery, Ealnpsai
amcled W ire.
Red (ron Rat kcl
We are the Originators of Cut Prices, Dollar Swoppers and M
chandise Hovers of South Carolina.
RcmCHlbcr^ ^ ? ^:nn ' (' 101 ';s M?ne.V ^x Days in a Week. Conic and s<
.--??-?this Wonderful Bargain Hou e. We want your trade and will serve you ?
RED IRON RACKET
J. C. BURNS & COMPANY, We fire Located Completely Out of the High-Priced District,
208 W est Eaurens Street, Eaurens, South Carolina.