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* TYLERSYILLE DOTS. ?
Tylersville, April 8.?Rev. J. C. Da
vis of Laurens, illlcd his regular ap
pointment at Sandy Springs Sunday
Misses Robin Patterson and Cards'
Lou Illgglns of Lanford Station spent
ISaster With Misses Grace and Fannie
Mr. William Byrd spent Sunday with
Mr. W. C. Winters.
Miss Mattle Belle Peterson Is spend"
lng a few days with her sister, Mrs.
Joe Prior near Laurens.
Mr. T. P. Poole was in Laurens on
Several from the neighborhood at
tended services at Bethany Sunday
Miss Ida Turner gave the children
of Langston school and egg hunt Fri
day afternoon and all report a nice
Rev. J. C. Davis spent Sunday night
with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Donnan and
Card of Thanks.
We wish to extend to the many
friends our sincere and heartfelt
thanks for the kind and loving help
and assistance rendered us during this
bereavement in the loss of our dear
wife and mother. Rest assured that
these loving deeds and words of sym
pathy are sincerely appreciated.
.1. Lee Langston and Children.
Iiorace Greeley never snid a truer tiling than that the saddest day In any
young man's career was the one on which he llrst imagined that there was
^onic better way to get a dollar than by squarely earning It.
The crime of gambling does not consist in the gain or loss of money,
but in the fearful injury that one does to himself when he allows himself
to hope to secure money not earned by labor.
For a gambler to come into sudden possession of money neither earned
by him or by one who wishes to bestow it upon him, is a most dangerous
transaction to all persons concerned. %
The Injunction put upon man to earn bis bread by the sweat of bis brow
onn never be regarded as a mere dogmatic declaration on the part of an of
.ended deity. It is the div'ine expression of the most positive of business
truths?that no man can prosper except the man who works.
Prodigies Wear Out.
There la come chance of a boy
amounting to something if ho Is stupid
whon six years of age. It Is the boys
who are prodigies at learning whon
they arc young who stay out in tho
ralu when they are grown.
Our Idea of "false" modesty Is for a
woman to hate to be caught with lier
hair on the dresser.
The "Sllen? Drummer."
An exchange says the merchant's ad.
which goes Into the homes of thou
sands of peopto nnd works whde he Is
nt homo by his fireside In the evening,
has been styled the "silent drummer."
, All Ads. Not Good Ads.
All that glitter? Is not advertising.
Successful advertising?ads. that pull
?must bo as carefully worked out
as the novelist works over his best
FROM OVER THE COUNTY
(Continued from Page One.)
seminary at Louisville for the sum
Mr. J. G. Guthrie and family have
returned from an extended visit to
relatives in North Carolina.
On April 1st some of the trustees
and citizens surprised the school chil
dren by giving them a big treat. A
number of trustees and citizens visit
ed the school and carried packages of
candies, crackers and many good
things (o eat. and then bad the teach
ers to give holiday. Quite a number
of the larger pupils played truant that
day as it was April 1st, and missed all
the good things the others enjoyed.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Gray, of Green
wood were Cross Hill visitors Satur
day. Mr. Gray is editor of the Green
wood Dally Journal. They are with
Mrs. Gray's father, Mr. Jno. W. Turn
John Ball, a negro was lodged in
the calaboose Saturday night, and sent
to jail. Ball ran off, last fall and Is
charged with shooting another negro,
wounding him severely. He is impli
cated also in the burning of a tenant
house on the farm of Mr. W. M. Miller.
S. W. Lowe and R. 1'. Cole made the
Misses Sara Fellers and Mary Mar
tin of Mountvllle visited Miss Connie
Martin Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Chase of Columbia was with
friends here Saturday.
Miss Blanche Pinson, tendier at
Youngs, spent Sunday with bor par
ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. P. S. PInson.
A few farmers have planted cotton
seed on small lots. Planting the seed
will begin In earnest the last of this
week and next.
Mr. Austin I.eaman, of Or eon wood,
was With his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Leaman, last Wednesday, his 21st
birthday. Mr. Hugh Leaman also
(?nine over from Clinton to be with
them at dinner that day.
Mr. John Miller of Whltmtre was a
Cross Hill visitor last Sunday and
Mr. J. W. Koon, policeman, arrest
ed a negro Saturday here, who had
BBCapod from the chain gang in Abbe
ville county last Thursday night. The
same negro was seen near town Fri
day as passed as a wild man. An
oillcer came yesterday and took him to
Abbeville. Mr. Koon received $lf?.00
I for bis vlgiianco.
8Dread the 8alve.
Prnlse is encouraging; it brings out
the best that Is in a man and Inspires
him to do his duty cboerfully nnd
It Is better to be a ?elf made man?
filled up according to Cod s original
pattern iban to be a ball' man made
after BOtno other man's pattern.?J. O.
"My little son bad a very severe
cold. I was recommend to try Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy, and before
a small bottle was finished bo was as
well as ever," writes Mis. II. Silks,
2A Dowllng Street, Sydney, Australia.
This remedy is for sale by all dealers.
r J Ones.
"Why. three generations of my fain
ly have, lived and dlrd In this coun
ry," he boasted, "before your nncos
ors vere able to raise the amount
bey needed to come over in the steer
"Very true. Hut those three genera
Ions of your family are still dead
mos, 1 believe."
"How often, my good man," said
be Btranger at the wayside station,
'do the trains stop bore?"
"The trains slop here," said the
tour station porter, "only once. After
bat they start." Stray Stories.
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instant relief and an absolute cure
in all cases of Asthma, Bronchitis, and
Hay Fever. Sold by druggists; mail on
receipt of price fi.oo.
Trial Porknfre by mall 10 rcntn.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prop... Cleveland. Ohio
1,ATHENS DRUG CO.
Lanrcns. S. C,
DU. CLIFTON JONES
Office in Simmons Building
Phone: Office No. 86; Residence 219.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts,
prompt attention given to all business.
RED IRON RACKET
NEW SPRING GOODS!
We have the most complete line of Spring and Summer Goods now on Display you ever feasted your
eyes upon. Come now to Red Iron Racket and buy your Clothing, Hats, Slippers, Dry Goods,
Millinery, Notions and Racket Goods. By buying* your bill here you'll save 15 to 35
per cent of your hard-earned money. Come and look through this
Big Department Store. Seeing is beleiving.
Fine Ginghams and Chnmbrays, for only .10c
Curtain Scrim .5e
Ladies Bleached vest.5c, He, Kir, 18c
1 set Silver plated Knives and Korks .Wie
1 large dish pan.10c
2 Pie Plates.5c
1 Sieve, to sift the meal and save the brand, for only .10c
Testaments only .10c
Bibles .48c, 98c to $8.48
$3.50 Guitar for.$2.48
1 Japanese Art Square Hx12 feet, beautiful designs .$*2.01
I largo for.510c
I largo Rug, worth $l.f>0, our price .08c
1 nice Photo Krame.10c
1 large Picture, 16x20, for only. -00c
1 nice set Plates.30e
1 act Tumblers .18c
Six special bargain days this week.
Special values in Ribbons, laces, embroidery.
2f>c quality Colgate's, and Air Klont Talcum Powder.18c
20c can Talcum Powder.10c
3 nice cakes Toilet Soap for.tOc
10c lb. Lump Starch for only .5e
1 largo 10-quart tin Rucket for.10c
$1.00 bottle Standard Patent Medicine, cut price .81c
$1.00 Watch, bftRt made for.68c
$1.00 Alarm Clock, wake up .00c
$3.00 large Family Rible, only .08c
2fic quality Table Oil Cloth.18c
Two good spools of Thread for.6c
Rest spool Cotton made, G spools for .2f>c
from.$8.08, $1.7."?, $0.80 up to $15.00
08c, $1.25, $1.48, $1.08 up to $3.48
.$1.08, $2.30, $2.08 and *3.1s
Men's Clothing, suit;
Special values in Slippers
lor the $4.00 kind.
Children's Shoes and Slippers I8C, 00c, S3c, 08c, $1.18, $1.80, *L7.'?
These are. Red Hot Bargains.
Infant's Shoes.15c to 25c
Work Shirts and Overalls.
Mon's Work Shirts.80c
Men's I'nlon Made Shirts .45c
Men's and Roys' Shirts .25c
Roys' Overalls.,. .25? and ?9c
Men's Overalls .48c
Union Made Overalls, best made.OSc
Men's Pants, big valuer. OSc, $1.25, $1.48,$1.04,$2.48,$2.04 up to$5.80
for the $S.00 kind.
Children's Dresses.ISc, 7."?c, 08c, and $1.3?
Children's Wash Suits.75c, 80c, OSc, and $1.18
Ladies Gowns and Under Skirts .ISc, 60c, 88c
Ladies' Drawers . .25c, 48c
Tailor nun i Clothes. We have the greatest line of woolens you
ever looked at for $16.00 per suit madt to fit you. Come in and
sec these goods. $15.00 Sutt, no more no less.
Dress Goods, speclnl per yard.5c, 7 L2c, 8 I?8c, IOC, 12 l-3c,
Silks per yard .25c, 30c, ISc, up to 01c
Special lot Calico, light and dark colors, now on sale at ....4 l-2c
Good Sea Island per yard.5c
Best Sea Island worth 8c per yard, now.0 l-2c.
Good checked Homespun, our price .5c
Needles. I'ins, Key Chains, Hair Pins. Lead Pencils, lor lc each
7 rakes best Laundry Soap .25c
3 sticks Good Luck Bluing .5c
12 cakes good Laundry Soap for . 25c
2 cards Pearl Buttons for ..'?<?
I ll Shirt Buttons.."><?
Ladies' Shirtwaist, beautiful waist .48f, 60c, 08c to $1.18
Dress Skins that hang right _OSc, $1.80, and $1.08 up to $7.84
for the $10.00 kind.
Millinery. Latest Creations in Hats and the price is charming,
I8e, 00c, 08c, $1.80, $1.08, $2.48, $8.80, $4,08 for the $7.on kind
it Table Doilies.25c
1 Table Cover.25c
1 Bureau Scarf.25c
1 nice Table Cloth.00c
1 Pair Pillow Shams .48C
1 nice Counterpane .OSc
3 boxes Matches.10c
IOC can Good Luck Baking Powder .Se
DC can Baking Powder lc
15c Curry Comb for .10c
16c Horse Brush.10c
$2.00 value Suit Case, our price.$1,25
Big line Trunks and Traveling Bags, all going at red hot. prices
1 big Tablet. .5c
I package Envelopes.3c
1 bottle Ink.4c
15c box paper.lOe
We have hundreds of articles WO cannot list here. Come and see
Six Big Stores of New
J. C. Burns & Co.
RED IRON RACKET
J. C. BURNS & COMPANY'S SIX "CUT PRICE" STORES
210 West Laurens Street
Laurens, South Carolina
New Spring Goods Ready for You
Six Car Loads of New
J. C. Burns & Co.