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GRAY. COURT LYt BUM.
A Very Fine List of First Class At
tractions Has iieen Procured und
nil Gray Court is Asked to Cooperate
in Having a Successful Season.
Gray Court, Oct. 12.?We have con
ducted a lyceum course for the past
three years in the Gray Court-Owings
high school auditorium and have found
it very helpful to the school and com
munity. We had a contract with Al
kahest Lyceum Bureau of Atlanta In
the 1jtf9-l0 season and secured some
of fliegest talent to he had, such as
Mrs. William^ Calvin Chllton. Ralph
Bingham and others. We conducted
this course on a prosperous financial
Our 1910-11 course was contracted
to the South Carolina Circuit. Roy Z
Thomas of Newberry, Gen. Manager.
We had in this course some more
very high class talent and pleased
their audiences with their perform
ance. Although we did not get our
numbers until late In the season we
had splendid attendance at all num
bers and while we had heavy expenses
to bear our course was very prosper
We bought last season a piano and
placed it in the building which will
reduce our outside expenses very
Wo .. tokeri
1911/42 some of
could be secured
comics I >r. George
October 18th, as n
tainer. Cleveland >?
speaking of Dr. Hilde says: i ii
number on the Hpworth Cours? ni
Glennville was the lecture delivered i
by Dr. Bible on "life and opportunity'1
and was a fitting close to a most suc
cessful course, with the .unanimous
opinion that this was the best. Mr.
Bible Is one of the platform stars. Wo
shall expect a full house to hear Dr.
Bible on October 18th.
We nevt have the Slgnor Cnferelli
Concert Party, November 22nd. This
company comes to us with the highest
endorsement having appeared In Home.
Paris, London and other great art cen
ters. He then came to America where
he has for twenty years been recog
nized as one of the leading harpists.
We next give the community a
chance to hear a man of South Caro
lina who ranks high on the stage. Prof
Roy Z. Thomas, of Newberry, ,dftring
the holidays. Dr. Thomas Is "noted fpV
his reading and entertaining art id - Is
sure to please those who tumr him.
We next present Prof. '.lohn .0.
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I used falle I
ters. Hut t .i>
me ^jpnder all.?
woman. Ijf ". 're
finest 1 ivt^r ami
made) Try them.
Lau'rens Drug L'e
We1 want ej. j
kC0Ullty tO see
I niuoxted Fa .
tr swTwing. ? We ii
uch larger and finer
er before. If you 'wtll i, .
feel sure Hbat you won't regret it.
S. M. & E. II. Wilkes & Co.
KUM TO THE 3
Red Iron Racket's Big
Our Building is so full there's only standing room left. Kun on au\l bring the \
ing of 10 to 35 per cent, of your hard earned money. Sx Bargain Days this
Special Values in Dress
56 Inch wool dress goods ....
3G inch wool dress goods ....
Fnncy dress goods 25c, 83c. 89c.
Fine silk 'and broadcloth, worth
$1.25 lor 04c
A )sC and 5c
16 inch wide
1 )rcss goods, lint
1 case One bleaching
per yard, going at .
Ginghams and Chambrnya special
Pine dress Ginghams going at 7Ae,
finish <!c, 7 !.<<?, 10c, I2*4c, 15c
lot ... l BC
Sc, 9c, 10c
nig line percales, flanneletla, outings, sen is
lands, cotton plaids, cheviots, domln ticking,
hloa shed goods', all going at low prices. Come
Androscognn bleaching worth 10 to 12V6C per
yard elsewhere for.Sc.
25C a yard table oil cloth going at .18c
Goose Grease liniment.22c
Goose Grease mothers joy .22c
All standard patent medicine $1.0(1 bottle Sic
$1.00 Hoods Sarsaparllla.84c
$1.00 Warners Safe Cure.Sic
$1.00 lialonic .blood balm D. I'.. 11.Sic
$1.00 Wam pol es cod liver oil.Hlc
$1.00 electric bitters.S4c
$1.00 black draught.Sic
$1.00 Dr. Pierces golded medical discovery 84c
$1.00 Ayers^halr vigor.Hlc
All 50 cent bottles standard patent medicines
Come call for what you need.
ban pins, 0
Hatches . .? \ . .
- spools good threat
f? spools best thread . .
Needles, pins, key cl.ai
.".<? package gold (hist
.. boxes search light matches
G loot buggy whip .
lue buggy whip for
35c underwear, for ,
20c children's underwear .'
50c underwear for. .
Cite underwear only.
Children's union suits.
Ladies' union suits .
Men's work shirts, union made ? ? .
Test union made overall.
Other overalls .ISfOOc
lied blankets for.
$1.25 pair blankers., . . ,
$1.60 large rug only.
75c large Japanese rug .....
$1.35 pair plow shoes ....
$2.00 pair heavy winter shoes
$.",..">(> water proof shoes for
$l'..">ii Men's dress shoes for
$3.00 men's dress shoes for
$::.."><? men's dress shoes for . . .
$1.00 men's dress shoes for . .7*.
Ladies' shoes 98c, $1.30. $1.04, ?.ttt<*2j|?, $2.87
Children's shoes 80c, 57c, 75c 89 08c, $1,28
and. . ._. . . .$1.48
Como and bring your head aonfnd we will
cover it up for less money
The Big Show is Now Going On.
Gig line to sei,?
$1.00 Watch foiyvfc
$3.00 eight day .
$1.00 alarm clocl<
$8.50 walch for
$2o.(Ki gold fill
Burns Co. \
$3.00 watch t hi!
.". packages .^o
10 packages *<..
to ? v?
ioc can good
5c can goivl
i itf good coff
lbs opsom salt:
Mod's clothing h
member Rod Iron I
N'lCO suits $1.9N, $<
to $10,89 lor die $
Overcoat s.Aba I k
. anO rtrCftH
Vor >? ?
make tin '?fSf
If you ftro from
Ladies ion. wool scarfs'
98? for Hie $1.25 kind. 1
Millinery special > valuesm
(Irons hats and the price \ ftC
feel like buj ing two hats wh?
i Call and let. us sl ow you U'.
lest creations AI soil ad lea stilts
U'oats. Yon can .-aje lots
\Hoslery for the wljtilo
15c, Hlc, 23c
C. Burns & Co.
urry up and Avo <j ?ieTusl, ArfmLo. Z ~
?vumi. Admission is Free.
RED IRON RACK El
Sells Samo Goods for liss iloney
idles and chll
^w you'll, Just
4>u see (hem
*t*b Mies,. ia,_
? and long
. ?>1iey hero
f?m<>- 4,]8c, ioc, I8c,
"<?y.s ,o ii
v'" "'fyou win i
? "I is Indti' y made.
tu, I!1 .? casn'? buttermilk so
7 big fUuH laundry soap ,.V ' .
?<r < akes laiindrv i 0ap
? sl'eks good luck bh.ing'.'- O
?0 lump starch for
e?n C'Olgaies, nlrfloot''
can alrfloni talcum
bottle 1. lijuu.
sulphur, worth Hu
y * beat th(
world on hats
men s ami boys ha(K
JJata <sc, 89c, fKc. $i.2i *i v> ?, <c >i
for.S &50 ha,. $224 b? y, ? In?.V ftnd ?,t
?"?y^i alf.oo job,, ? J VA0,,;,?$?5
Laurens, Greenwood, Ander
n, Greenville, Spafrnhirg ami Qreers> s< c