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A HOUSE WARMING AT
THE NEW HOSPITAL
Thursday Afternoon the Building Will
be Thrown Open und Everybody is
Invited to Look Through it.
MlBses Irby and MacFarlane have
about completed the arrangements in
the new Laurens Hospitiil and every
thing is in shape to begin work. In
fact, the hospital received its first pa
tient several weeks ago.
In order to get the city thoroughly
InteroBter in the work and to show them
what can bo done. Misses Irby and
MacFarlane have invited everybody in
the county to visit the hospital Thurs
day afternoon und look through it.
Although Thursday afternoon has been
set apart for this, any one who is un
able to visit it then will bo welcomed
at any time to visit it and be carried
Everything has been put in place ex
cept the instruments for the operat
ing room and these nave not arrived
yet. It is hoped by Miss Irby and
Miss MacFarlane that they will be here
at an early date.
Mr. Iteid Out Again.
The many friends of Mr. Clarence
Reld, who was painfully injured by
the accidental discharge of his pistol
several weeks ago, were glad to see
him on the streets again Monday
morning. Although the wound has not
completely healed yet. he is able to be
about somewhat. The bullet has not
yet been located. It is very probable
that it will be allowed to remain in
his leg as no permanent Injury is like
ly to result from it.
Whooping cough is not dangerous
when the cough is kept Loose and ex
pectoration easy by giving Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. It has been used
in many epidemics of this disease with
perfect success. For sale by all deal
* Jones News* *
Jones, S. C, June 19.?We recently
had the pleasure of meeting Prof. R.
E. Grier of Due West, who taught the
Jones school a few years ago.
The Woodmen picnic at Ware Shoals
was a very pleasant occasion. Dr.
Jones presided. Rev. .1. M. Dallas
opened with prayer and Col. Wharton
and Mr, Powers delivered elegant and
The camp is in a very nourishing
Rev. Henry Stokes of Greenwood
was here recently in tse interest of
Our good friend Mr. Alfred McNinch
was here last week.
Rev. J. W. Duzhardt, of Hodges,
preached a good sermon here on last
We extend congratulations to Mr.
Marshall Golden and Miss Kirkland
of Honea Path, who were recently
Mr. John Simms of Waterloo is vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. W. T. Jones,
Messrs. J. R. Hlake of Abbeville and
Clarence Williamson of Donalds, re
cently honored us with a short, but
Born, 16th inst.. to Mi. and Mrs. W.
T. Jones, Jr., a son.
Undo Dock Owens of Greenwood
is visiting relatives and friends here.
He was reared here and is liked by
all of our people. He is one of the
best friends the writer has ever had
and wo trust he may be spared many
Mrs. Jeff Jones is gradually recov
ering from a very severe illness.
Mrs. Mary South recently visited
her daughter, Mrs. I. N. Cooper.
Mr. Joe M. Oulla lost his barn and
crib by lire Saturday morning, 1 a. m.
His wheat and oat crop was burned
and his friends sympathize with him.
After a long and painful illness, Mr.
Berry E. Knight passed away on 16th
inst., and was laid to rest on the fol
lowing day at Harmony in the pres
^ence of sorrowing relatives and
friends. He was an ex-Confederate, a
staunch patriot, loyal friend, affec
tionate father, and was held in high
esteem by all of his acquaintances.
He was our warm friend and we ten
derly sympathize with his bereaved
Brewerton Lodge A. F. M., will con
fer the M. M. Degree on 4th Saturday
24th inst., at 2 p. m.
Messrs. Erskine and Dugan of
Honea Path were here recently.
Our Sunday School is progressing
nicely and everybody Is invited to at
Messrs. Clarence Martin and Bee
CulbertBon of Laurens, recently paid
us a visit.
We can promise you a clear, clean
skin and a beautiful complexion if you
use ZEMO and '/iEMO SOAP according
ZEMO Is B skin beautifler nnd a
scientific preparation for the treatment
of eczoma, pinfples, dandruff and all
diseases of the/skin and scalp. ZEMO
SOAP is tho nicest, best lathering an
tiseptic soap you ever used for toilet
Sold by druggists everywhere and by
HOW THEY STOOD
The Votes Deceived by Luureus
County Candidates in the Voting
Contest Decently Closed.
On account of lack of spoce the
Advertiser was unable to gibe a com
plete list of candidates with their
standing in last week's paper, only the
prize winners being given. There
fore, they are given today.
The standng was as follows:
Hnrksdale, S. C.
Miss Maggie Garlington .. 27,520
Miss Mary Teague. 27,460
Cross Hill, S. C. ..
Miss Blanche Plnson . . .. 22.220
Miss Ethel McDanlel .. .. L':',,!)75
Fountain Inn, S. C.
Miss Cora Medlock.45,570
Miss Fannie Sloan.20,870
Goldvllle, S. C.
Miss Syria Morehead .. .. 54,090
Gray Court, S. C.
Miss Etta Brownie.04.315
Miss Anna Rhodes.2.400
Miss Amanda Glenn.5,420
Miss Ora Belle Hunter .. .. 9,950
Miss Mario Mahon.2,2h0
Miss Ruth Martin.2,280
Miss Nlza Sullivan.83.900
Miss Sallie WolC.85,4p0
Lau ford, S. C.
i Miss Daisy Adams.28,705
Miss Nora Cannon.14,800
Laurens, S. C.
Miss Annie Kate Childless 437.870
Miss Hester Cooper.3.020
Miss Wynona Chancey .. . 7, 40
Miss Laurence Culbertson . 104,965
Miss Lillian Crews.21,320
Miss Bessie Hudgln.5.480
Miss Bessie Madien.5,100
Mr. T. II. Nelson. 389,260
Miss Cornelia Button .. .. 59,875
Madden, S. C.
Miss Carrie Langston .. .. 38,020
Itfountvllle, S. C.
Miss Beth Mitchell. 53,270
Ora, S. C.
Miss Odessa Hembree .. .. 250.010
Miss Euphemia Thomson .. 87,315
t)wings, S. C.
Mr. Buforl Curry. 29,355
Princeton, s. C.
Miss Mary Bagwell.2,455
Miss Sudle Taylor.09.320
ltenno, S. C.
Miss Louise Taylor.G4.245
Tili: CLEMSON AGRICULTURAL
Enrollment Ober 700 -Value of Prop
erty Over a Million and a Quarter?
Ninety Teachers and Officers.
Seven full four years courses, in
Agricultural. Engineering, etc.
Cost per session of nine months,
including all fees, books, heat, llyht,
laundry, and necessary uniforms?
Students who are financially able,
pay $40.00 tuition additional.
SCHOLARSHIP AND ENTRANCE
The College maintains 124 Agricul
tural Scholarships, sind 43 Textile
Scholarships, worth fach $100.00 and
free tuition. x
(Students who hnvt* a (tended Clem
son ColLge or any*)ti:ei College or
University, are not eligible for the i
scholarships unless tUere are no oth
er eligible applicants*)
Scholarship and entrance examina
tions will lie held nt the County Seats
July llth, 9 a. in.
Next Session Opens Sept. 13, 1911.
Write AT ONCE to - W. M. Rlggs,
President Clemson College, s. c, for
catalogue, scholarship blanks, etc.
If you delay, you may he crowded
4C-8t. . ? .
will copy any Photo, en
large any picture and
make High Grade Pho
tographs for you at the
very lowest prices; No
photographer can do
more nor offer any
more special inducement
has always done,
"Best Pictures, Lowest
Come to see us.
, EASY WAY
Buy Your Goods of The Red Iron Racket
Dimes! Dimes! "Ten Dimes Make a Dollar
You'll Save Dimes by buying your Goods at J. C. Burns & Co.
Cut Price Store. We Sell you the Same Goods 10 to 25 per cent
less than you pay the other fellow for the same Goods. Dimes and
Dollars is the power used in this store and it turns the Goods over
SPECIAL LOT GOOD CALICOES.
June Bale price 4C and 5e per yard while the
Ge. and Te quality GInghuins and Chamhruys,
Speeial, per yard, while the lot lasts . . 1 1-2?
10c quality good yard wide Bleaching June
Good quality Long Cloth.10c
75c quality, Extra Long Waist Corsets. Spec
ial June sale price.'18c
Special lot Ribbons, worth 12 1-L*e and 15c
per yard, while the lot lasts.10c
1 Palm Leaf Fan for.
3 line Palm Leaf Fans for.
1 Japanese Fan for .
Folding Fans, 2c, lie, 8c, 10c, lGc,
1 nice Towel.
Fine large Towels 10c, 1 :',<?, 15c to
1 nice Counterpane.
l set Embroidery Hoops.5c
1 spool best Embroidery Cotton.4e|
Special lot Laces, worth from 5c to 10c per
yard, only 5r per yard, June Bale
Special lot Embroidery, Dc, 8c, 10c, up to IS?
QUALITY ?Ulli: GOODS KOK HOT]
Waists and Skills 9o, 10c, 12 1 lie, lOc, 190 to;
w ort it !lf?c per yard.
Lac?' Curtains ::'.?<?, i>c. 09?, ;ise Ui .. .. $1.48
1 nice Curtain Pole.10c
I nice Window Shade.25ej
I Window Shade.
1 flue Linen Shade.
Window Wire Screens, extension, only ..
Chocolate Candy, worth 20c per Ib., now
CrystalIzod Cream Drops, good Candy ..
Tatty Tolu Chewing Gum, 5c package, only le
2 good Cigars. Lord Calvert.5?
3 double sheets Fly Paper.Be
l good Fly Trap.15c
l nice Umbrella.48c
Turkey Ked Handkerchiefs.5c
l itt N Ivn \ \ i? SI IT CASKS.
I Suit Case.81?
I Suit ? ?se. good.$1.48
I Sun Cm e leather.$3.98
I Trunk vvoi III $1! 50 for.$1.08
I pair plow Shoes, woiih $1.35, our cut
I pair $2.50 plow Shoes.$1.01
I pair Dross Shoes, $1.35 value.?8C
I pair Dress Shoes, $2.(10 value.$1.48
I pair Dross Shoe... $2.50 value.$1.08
I pair Dress Shoes, $3.00 vain.-.$2.48
I pair Dross Shoes, s::.:,o value.$2.08
1 pair DICKS Shoes. $1.00 value.$3.30
7 cakes best 5c Laundry Soap for.25?:
I I cakes Polo Soap.25c
3 cakCS nice Toilet Soap.IOC
10c cake Glycerine Soap.5?
in packages .Mixed Tea, good.8c
2 nice Handkerchiefs .
1 line 1 landkorcblef ..
Summer Lap Robes I8(
Ice Cream Freezers at
Ladies Gauze Vests for 5c
Men's Undcrvests, short
rices Mellcil Down.
sleeve and lour.
Job lot Linen Collar:
eeve, 2lc and 39c for the 50c kind,
I lb. can liorated Talcum Powder, June salt
10c Shoe Polish, bei i
I ('amp Stool.
Flower Pots, Re, loo,
.la I'd Incurs 23o, 3;i< . I
Churns 20c. 29c, . . . .
I nleu Set Plates . .
I Set Plates .
. . Sc.
. I St;
6 Special Bargain Days This Week Walk a Block and Save a Dollar
CLOTHING, JUNE SALE.
$5.00 Men's Suit for.$8.08
$0.00 Men's Suit for.*l.l^
$7.50 Men's Suit for.$5.S9
$10.00 Men's Suit for.*7.9\
$12.50 Men's Suit for.$9.01
$15.00 Men's Suit for.$11.08
$18.00 Men's Suit for.$14.70
Walk a Block and Save, u Dollar. Mote you
buy. the more you save.
MEN'S A NO BOVs' HATS.
75c Hat for.ISt
il. 00 Hat for.73c
12 1 2c quality line white Lawns .
12 l-2c quality Percales, only .. .
12 1-2? quality Ginghams.
Special Lot Ladies Shirt Waist
. . I0r
Shirt Waists, 75c. kind for.48c
Dress Skirts, $125 kind for.9Sc
I nder Skirts, $1.25 kind for. .. 08c
I nder Skirts, 75c kjml for.48c
Fine Voll Skirts. $7.00 kind lor.$1.08
Special value Skirts. $1 Is. $2.39, $3.IS, $3.98
and up to. . $7.511
89c 98c, $US
$1.25 Hat for.07C Children's Diessi
$1.50 Hat for.91,18 Good values.
$2.00 Hat for.$1.48 Children's Drawers.
$2.50 Hat for.91.08
$5.00 John B. Stetson Hat.$8.48 BE AI VI VI I MILLINKKY.
Straw Hats going at 6c, 10c, 15c, 2;:c, 4Sc. 98c J?k< received another shipment ladies' Hall
and up to.$2,48|Flowere and RibbOUH UI away clown prices.
VLSO 11 UiG \ t \ TABLES.
Roys Overalls for.25c
Hoys, Work Shirts.25c
Ladies Bedroom Slippers.25c
'.:.".(? quality Table Oil Cloth.18c
A few Panama Hats going at June Sale Prices al,<1 ''"> :: 111,1 ""NS >011,1
Lemonade and lee Tea Tumblers, tall, pei 1 ?'?
set.,|;?. $41,000 Dollar Slock in Ked I roil Kuekei |o
Special lot Meat Dishes, worth lue and I5c.?el?0l 1,11,1 w? l,UVu w ,> everything
June sale.. . 5c|v"" 0U1> need, and renieiiibor we sell it for
Don't fail to set: our Bargain Tables in thejLess.
basement. Tin, Glass, Crockery, Enameled
I set Tumbler.'. . . .
1 set cheap Tumbler
I set nice (loblels ..
I Table. Fancy Gill
1 n ice A rl Squn re, si
l t; rool Dliggy Wlilj
2"i<: BuggJ Whip . . .
35c Buggy Whip ..
60c Buggy Whip .
75? Buggy Whip .
:i plug. S. A: G, o
25? ( !0I' e| ( 'oV e| . .
25? Cor) ol ('oV'-i s. .
Big lol Chewing <;u
urot i? ? mid I ill.'- Sii
ware, 10c, 13c, 15c.25c
Pants worth $1.25 to $1.50 for.08o]
Pants worth $1.75 to $2.00 for.$1.48
Pants worth $3.00 for.$2.39
Pants worth $5.00 for.$3.18
$1.25 Dross Shirts lor ....
50c Work SllirlS.
00 UniOtl Made Work Shii li
Men's Overalls }Se, C9c . . .
$1.25 Union Made Overalls ,
lOVcltiOH WOl'til 25c,
12 feel rol only $2.01
manu goon Chewing
'and I Piedmont Gig
Soup; Soda. Gold Du t, Patenl Medicines, Starch
Blueing, llakiiif! Powders, Black Pepper, Ging
Or Spice, Nuliiiee . Flavoring Extracts, Salts,
Sulphur. Turpeiitlhe, Castor Oil etc, We sell
'cm for Less.
Just closed a big Paul d< ul, 2000 pairs men's
25c Menem.. Colgales, Air Float TaleII111 l'ovv
PantB worth $7.00 for.$5.00 (| i.13c PHI LDHKNN SANDALS \ M> SLIITEHS IT
JIM S U.I I'HH KS.<
Buy Pants now and Save Money.
35c Dross Shirts.-Mr
50c Dress Shirts for.35c
65c Dross Shirt? for.Is<
90c Dress Shirts for.60c
$1.25 Dress Shirts for .91c
'Joe ,\ir Float Talcum Powder.10c
$1 no bottle all Standard Patent Medicines 81?
50c bottles Patent Medicines.12?
These are the same medicines that you pay
iOc and $1.00 per bottle elsewhere.
Low (HI Slipper-, going at Red Hot Prices.
We are Completely Out of the High Priced District.
Wc Sell for Less
Walk a Block
Save a Dollar
J.C.Burns & Co.
Red Iron Racket
J. C. Burns & Co.
6 Cut Price 6
1 I .aureus
210 West Laurens Street.
Next to Bramlett s Shop.