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A COLD WAVE NOW
Southern Cotton Belt In the Grip o'
the Coldest Weather Experienced at
this Season In Many Years.
New Orleans, Nov. 12.?The South
western cotton belt Is In the grip of
the coldest weather experienced at
this season in many years. The cold
northwestern gale which was forecast
ed yesterday plowed its way across
Oklahoma, Arkansas, Texas, and
Louisiana last night, bolting tempera
tures in record-breaking fashion and
giving an unmistakable touch of the
real blizzard. Meagre reports show
that the wind blew at the rate of 40
to 70 miles an hour and brought sud
den drops of from 2<> to 60 degrees
Still colder weather with continued
strong winds is forecasted for tonight
and early tomorrow. In n special bul
letin issued by the local weather bu
reau today warning is given of the
approach of another cold wave em
bracing the territory between Now
Orleans and Houston, and along the
coast as far its Brownsville, In the
sugar trucking region of Texas and
Louisiana temperatures are scheduled
to drop from I to S degre is below
Telegraph and telephone wires were
prostrated in all directions this morn
ing and but few were recov red dur
ing the day.
The local weather bureau reports
that high winds were general over the
central and western Mississippi val
At 7 o'clock this morning tempera
tures In southern Alabama and Flori
da were comparatively higher, but the
cold wave did not reach that section
until later In the day. The height of
the gale passed New Orleans at 6:05
a. m. and reached Pensaeola nearly
two hours later. Reports from that
place show that a drop of 20 degrees
was recorded within a few minutes
alter the blizzard wind made its sud
Small crafts In the lakes and along,
the coast were battered about out
no serious damage to snipping has
been reported. At Bay St. Louis.
Miss., two schooners were driven into
the railroad bridge and some bath
nouses and piers were slightly dam
A look through powerful telescopes
at Santa U?>.^.i Island failed i<> iwveal
tlie presence of one of the amusement
pavilions on t!:;- upper side of the
island, and it is believed the gale car
ried it away. The wind continued
strong this afternoon, and it was im
possible for even the larger harbor
tugs to make the tri!? across to the
island, 'i he master of tho United
states army stonmer General .Morri
son, which arrived here this morning,
reported having experienced some of
the roughest weather encountered in
his long career while en route to Pen
sacola from Ungdnd in Escambln bay.
Me say- the wind blew so hard that
it lifted meat sheets of water from
the bay fully 50 feet Into tho air. For'
a timo he thought it would be impos
sible to weather the gale, which was
blowing at hurricane proportions.
Several parties who were on small
crafts in Pensacola harbor when the
gale suddenly made its appearance, re
port narrow escapes.
IIEKE IS A REMEDY
THAT WILL CURE SKIN
AM) SCALP AFFECTIONS
And We Can l'rovo It.
The Laurens Drug Co. says to every
person be it man, woman or child who
has an irritated, tender, inllamed, itch
ing SKIN or SCALP, you need not suf
fer another day. "We have a refined
skin preparation that acts instantly
and will bring you swift and sure re
One warm bath with ZEMO SOAP
and one application of ZEMO and you
will not suffer another moment and
you will soon see a cure in sight.
ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP are proven
I cures for uverj form of skin or scalp
affections. They are sold by one lead
I inn druggist in every city or town In
America and In Laurens by Laurens
All Dnj Singing.
There will he an all day singing held
at Durbln church, on the 10th of No
vember. The public Is invited.
There is little danger from a cold or
fiein an attack of the grip except when
followed by pneumonia, and that nev
er happens when Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is used. This remedy has
won Its great reputation and exten
sive sale by its remarkable cures of
colds and grip and can he relied upon
with implicit confidence. For sale by
CITY SCHOOLS HONOR ROLL |
The Honor Roll this year consists
of names of pupils who have made
not less than 95 on Deportment, 95 on
Attendance and 90 on Scholarship. To
fail on either one, the pupil's name
does not appear on the roll.
The following Is the roll for the
second school month:
First Grade- William Vance Al
bright. William Dunlap, Wilkes Knight,
Houston Roper, Martin Teague, Rebec
en Adams, Marion Blackwell, Melle
Caino, Inez Caldwell, Beaufort Cope
land, May Belle Qarrett, Toccoa Gray,
Nell Jones. Margaret Nichols, Mai
gut rite Roper, Louise Smith, Sara
Fli/.a Swygert, Irene Wllyes, Grace
Second tirade Fred Bishop, Frank
Col well, Fiber I Copcland, .lohn Rob
ert Ellis, Maxcy Richter, Beatrice
Bnbb, Euhi Burns, Ruby Dent. Leo Orn
Hunter. Margaret Lake. Nancy Meng,
Eleanor Miller, Rosn McGownn, l.ois
Martin, Mary Owlngs, Rosalie Sulli
Third Grade Flora Bennett, Marion
Bolt, Katherlno Holt, Sarah Dunlap,
Uosa Gray, Mnrrictte Hughes, Cnro
line Rnilkln, Gladys Roper, Sarah Sex
ton Emmie Sullivan. Kuth Thompson,
Lee Watson, Thomas Bni'ksdalo, Lu
cius Burns, Montoith Cnlne, Ambrose
Easterby, Willlnm Gray.
Fourth Grade- -William Anderson,
Tom Davenport, Cnbell Garrelt, Wil
?<.? I" -
Ham Huching8on, Charles Hughes,
William Lake, Boyd Ray Lawson. Rob
ert McCuen Nash Phil pot, Mary Black
well, Katberinc Cresswell, Josephine
Knight. Estelle Martin. Jennie Stone,
Lois Taylor, Juanlta Wilkes.
Fifth Grade?Bruce Bagwell, Annie
Harksdalc, .Martha Bnrksdale. Kiniiia
Barton, Harlan Crews, Ruby Davis,
Laurie K. Dial. Martha Franks, Kath
leen McGee, Lena Rountree, Hattie
Watson, J. I'. Caldwell, Robert Lucas,
William Parks, Calvin Teague. John
Hudgens, Fannie Poliakoff. Lola Mo
sixth Grade Hilda Bundrick, Helle
Burns. Rebecca Lake. Virginia Sulli
van, Daisy Helle Tollison. St t ickler
Rankln, Leona Adams, Amy Wolff.
Seventh Grade -Ruth Bagwell, An
nie Burns, Alice Dent. Sarah Ueid.
Eighth Grade Hugh Alkon, Herbert
Sullivan. Mary Burton, Margaret Dun
lap, Hattie Gray, Ll/.zlo Lenke, Eliza
beth Moseloy, Eugenia Nichols. Louise
Simmons. Virginia Simpson. I.ilia Totld
Ninth Grade Caroline 1U per. Ma
mie Austin, Qussie Miller, Harrlotto
Simpson, Mildred Bnbb, Kuth Wlnn.
Tenth tirade Otis I luff, Edwin
Mosolcy, Anna Prent iss.
. . Mill School.
First Grade Zcitha King. Lila
Hughes, Gertrude. Hammond, Alllo
Gosnell, Edna Gobi), J. 0. Martin, Vir
gil Hatston, Hay Gosnell.
Second tirade George Cnddoll,
Carl Eustacbe, Hoy Jones. Walter Mar
tin, Laurence Stuart. Manning Stuart.
Susie Adams, Nora Donncll, Nellie Kol
Third Grade?Donntc\ llartou Nan
nie Lee Snoddy. \
Fourth G;'tule Anise Vanhoy, Dor
roh Hair8tun, Glynn Halrston,
A lather's Yon go ?iure.
would have fallen on any one who at
tacked the son of Fetor Mondy, of
South Rook wood, Mich., but he was
powerless before attacks of Kidney
trouble. "Doctors could not. help htm."
he wrote, "so at last we gave him Elec
tric Hitters and he Improved wonder
fully front taking six bottles. Its the
bes. Kidney medicine 1 ever saw."
Backache, Tired feeling. Nervousness,
Loss of Appetite, warn of Kidney trem
ble that may end in dropsy, diabetes
or Brlght's disease. Beware: Take
Electric Hitters and be sate. Every
bottle guaranteed. 50c at Hauten?
Drug Co., Palmetto Drug ( u
Mr. Itrainlett IIujh.
Mr. Alex N. Hrainlett lias purchased
from Dr. c I.. Poole the hitter's^ res
Idcuco on Church stroet, Tin's to a
pretty piece of property, bolnu well
located In (ho residence section of tho
city. The sale WilB made throuU"
Bishop & Wolff. \
llloondllie lllood anil Kidney TabletV*
For sick kidneys bladder dlsonsosY
heinnat h ill, (ho one best roiuedx. lte\
liable, embused by lending physiclnns.Y
snfe, olTectuul. Kesults lustier, l-iuvol
CUI'od thousands. fine a box. Mail \
orders idled by tho Gloodlno Corpora- I
lion. llostOlt, V.;.ss.
I.aureus Drug, Co., Speclnl Agents.
Call and see the be; I line of Hall
Curtains ever brought to I..aureus,
prices from 2u up.
S. M. & E. II. Wllkcs & Co.
All $1.00 Rotties
Same Goods For
J. C. BURNS & COMPANY
The Only Big Department Store in Laurens
Sells SameQoods for Less Money.
All 50 cents Bottles
Same Goods For
It will pay you to come many miles to buy your Goods of J. C. Burns & Company's Big Cut Price
Department Store. Come and bring the Whole Family. Big November Sale Now Going On.
Men's Suits $3.98, $4.98, $6.39 up to $15.00 for the $20.00 kind. Mens Pants 98c, 1.25, 1.48 up to $4.68 for the $7.00 kind.
Boys' and Children's Suits $1.18 up to $4.98 for the $6.50 kind. Keep warm, big line of Men's Overcoats, going at $4.98,
$6.39, $7.50, $8.47, $9.94, $12.39 for the $15.00 kind. Ladies Serge Coat Suits, special $8.50 and $11.39. Ladies' Corduroy
Skirts, special $3.48. Blue Serge Skirts, big values, $3.75. Ladies' Skirts, $1.48, $1.98. Toils and Panama Skirts, $3.48 up
to $7.39, big values. Men's and Boy's Pur Hats, .48. 75, .98 up to $3.00 for a $5 00 John B. Stetson Hat. Men's and Boys'
Caps, .10, .18 .25 .48. Big line of Millinery for Ladies and Children. Hats .47, .69, .98, $1.39 up to $4.97. Shoes for the
whole family here. Men's Shoes, .98 $1.25, $1.48, $1.75, $1.98, $2.24 up to $3.69 for the 5.00 Shoe. Ladies Shoes, .98,
I. 18, 1.39 up to 2.89 for the 3.50 Shoes. Children's Shoes, .48, .69, .83, .98, up to 1.48, big values. Infant's Shoes, .19.
Dress Goods at lower prices than ever. Calicoes, 4 and 5 cents. 7\ cts for 10 cts Ginghams. 7' cts for lOcts Bleaching,
Big line of Outings, Flannels, Flanneletts, Plaids, Sea Island, Ticking, etc. Underwear, 25 and 37 cts. lor the 50cts. kind,
others .48 and .69 cts. Underwear for children, 10, 13, and 23 cts. Hosiery,Socks and Stockings, 5, S, 10, 13, 15. and 23
cents. These are 2-foot values. Best Spool Cotton made, 4 cents. Needles, Pins, Hairpins, 1 cent a paper. 81.00 Watch,
68 cents. $1.00 Alarm Clock, 59 cents. Eight day clock, guaranteed, $1.98. $20.00 gold filled Watch, guaranteed for
II. 39. $20.00 Sewing Machine, 12.97. 25.00 Sewing Machine for 14.89. Big lot Wall Paper, 10, 12% cents for double
roll. Trunks, 1.24, 1.69 up to 7.89. Suit Cases, SI, 98, 1.39 up to 4.39. These are traveling bargains. Men's Work Shirts
38,45,69,98,1.39. Overalls, 48, 75, 94. Dross Shirts, 2 1, 38, 48, 69, 94 cents. Big values. 15 cents Linen Collars, 10
cents. Window Shades, 10, 23, 39 and 45 cts. Curtain Poles, 10 cts. l arge $1.50 ling lor 98 cts. Fine Hugs, $3.48. Big
line Tinware, Glass, Crockery, Lamps, Knanieled Ware. 10 lbs. best Soda, 25 cents. 12 cake s Laundry Soap, 25 cents. 3
cakes Toilet Soap, 10 cents. 3 boxes Search Light Matches, 10 cents. And hundreds of other things we cannot list now. It
would take this whole newspaper to list our stock.
Don't Spend a Red Cent Until You Get to The
J. C. Burns & Co.
RED IRON RACKET
Sells Same Goods for Less Money
Laurens, Greenwood, Anderson, Greenville, Spartanburj?- and Greers, S- C.
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