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title: 'The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, July 17, 1912, Page PAGE NINE, Image 9',
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Tylesvllle,?The farmers of this
, section are busy with thlr crops after
i having bo much rain.
r Mr. and Mrs. j. W. Donnan and chil
dren spent the week end with relatives
in Clinton and on Pea Ridge.
Misses Grace and Fannie Poole and
Foster Cromer spent last Thursday in
Columbia with Mr. Furman Poole who
is in the city hospital. He is Im
proving rapidly and expects to re
turn home soon. This will be de
lightful news to his many friends and
Miss Nannie Clark and brother
MnIIcs spent Friday in Laurens.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Cooper spent
Sunday with relatives near Cross An
Miss Hallle Wright has returned
home from a visit to relatives in New
Mr. W. C. Winters attended the
. funeral ser 'ices of Mr. Bob Hudgens
at Chestnut Ridge cemetery Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Poole and fam
ily spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
G. A. Clardy.
Misses Ella and LillJe Peterson were
in Laurens last Thursday.
Miss Matle Clark and son, Floyd,
spent Sunday with Mr. Plnkney
Blakley who Is quite sick on Pea
Sulphur Springs.?We still continue
to have refreshing Bhowers. Friday
afternoon we had a ?'cry hard rain
which washed the land very badly In
Mr. and Mrs. O. Y. Hellams and
children were the guests of Mrs Hel
lams* mother, Mrs. G. W. L. Teague,|
from Saturday until Sunday.
Miss Mary Smith and a number of I
her friends enjoyed an evening picnic |
Mr. and Mrs. Shell Benjiman and j
little Margaret visited Mr. and Mrs.
Q. O. Teague Saturday night.
What came very near being a seri
ous accident happened Saturday even-)
lng as Mrs. E. L. Saxonand grandson
William McPhorson, were returning
from Waterloo, The mule they were]
driving became frightened, overturn
ing the buggy and throwing them out.
Mrs. Saxon was caught under the bug
gy and dragged for some .distance.
Dr. Fennel was hastily summoned and
found Mrs. Saxon badly bruised about
the arms and left shoulder, but luckily
no bones were broken. Sho was ten
derly cared for at the home of Mr,
Henry Wharton until able to ridel
home. William received some bruises'
but not serious.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar El more and
Messers Mundny and Templcton enter
tained a few of their friends with se
lections on the violin Saturday night
at the home of Mr. Wm. Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. John Harris Wharton
were visitors at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. G. O. Teague Sunday evening.
Mr. Frank McPherson, of Georgia,
is with his mother after an absence
of several months.
The Misses Wallace, of Belfast, is
the guest of their sister, Mrs. John
Mrs. Pearl Stuart and little ones vis
ited her friends Mr.?and Mrs. John
Cannon before leaving for their new
home in Greenville.
Messers Frank and Cleveland Mc
Pherson were the guests in Laurens
Saturday night of their sister, Mrs.
Miss Minnie Teague entertained a
number of her young friends at a card
party last Friday night at her home.
Master Robert McPherson has been
quite sick for the past wee.c.
We are indebted to Ulttle Sarah
MsPherBon for some of the finest
peaches we have ever seen.
Bridge to Let
On Tuesday July 30th at 11 o'clock
A. M., at the site, the Board of Com
missioners of Laurens County will let
contract for rebuilding Culbertson
Bridge on Reedy River. Bids will be
accompanied by certified check of
$25.00 as guarantee that bidder will, if
awarded contract, execute written con
tract and bond within ten days after
award. The right is reserved to reject
any or all bids.
H. B. HUMBERT,
CLEM SON AGRICULTURAL
Enrollment Over 800?Value of Prop
erty Over a Million and a Quarter?
Ninety .four Teachers and Officers.
Agriculture. Agriculture and ChemlB
try. Agriculture and Animal Indus
try. Chemistry. Mechunlcal and Elec
trical Engineering. Civil Engineering.
Textile Engineering. Architectural
One year course in Agriculture.
Two year course, in Textiles. Pour
weeks Winter Course in Cotton Grad
ing. Four weeks Winter Course for
Cost. Cost per session of nine months
Including all fees, heat, light, water,
board, laundry and the necessary uni
forms $133.50. Tuition $40.00 addition
SCHOLARSHIP AND ENTRANCE EX.
The College maintains 167 four year
Agricultural and Textile Scholarships
and 61 one-year Agricultural scholar
ships. Value of scholarships $100 per
session and free tuition.
(Students who have attended Clem
son or any other college or university
are not eligible for the scholarships
unless there are no other eligible ap
Scholarship and Entrance Examina*
lions will be held at the Connty Court
House on July 12th, 9 A. M.
Next Session Opens
SEPTEMBER 11, 1912
Write AT ONCE to W. M. Riggs.
President, Clemson College, S. C, for
catalog, scholarship blanks, etc. If
you delay, you may be crowded out.
PENNY SAVED ||
? -IS A
[j Penny Earned! |
You can therefore make money by purchasing
from our stock of Novelties now while the
articles are reduced to below cost prices.
Handsome pieces of Cut-Glass, Beautiful
Leather Goods, Dolls and every kind of Toy
are being sold at a loss to us simply because !
it will save us the expense of moving them to
our new store in the Traynham Building.
* ? it
< > Come now before they are picked over.
i Palmetto Drug Company jj
:i W. H. WASHINGTON, Manager
12 .Tolly Tumblers.21c
12 Fruit Jar Caps.. ,20c
12 Rubber Jar* Kings...6c
RED IRON RACKET'S
From 2 I? .'I o'clock
10 yds Fancy Lawn.25c
10 yds 80'ln Lawn.3.V
I,United 10 yards Id euch customer.
Big July Sale==-Red Hot Prices
Red Hot July Prices.
Red hot July prices on Clothing. Dress
up and be somebody. It makes no differ
ence if you are a boy or man, dress up
$5.00 Suits for.$3.98
$7.00 Suits for.$4.98
$8.50 Suits for.$6.39
$10.00 Suits for.$8.39
$12.00 Suits for.$9.98
$14.00 Suits for.$11.39
$15.00 Suits for.$12.50
Let us make your suit to order. Special
Tailor made suits $15.00, no more no less,
nil wool guaranteed goods, tailored by the
International Woolen Mills Co. Come in
and let us show you this line, its as good
as you have paid $20.00 to $22.50 for. Come
Our pants must walk about now. Red hot
Men's Pants, walking out at 98c. $1.25.
$1.45. $1.98, $2.39, $2.94 up to $5.39
for the $7.00 kind. Come to tho Red
Iron Racket and wear pants._
Our improved building is now complet
ed and we have one of the latest modern
department stores in Lauren, and the larg
est and complete stock of merchandise
shown under one roof in South Carolina,
and best of all the prices are from 10 to
35 per cent less than others ask for some
10c package Good Luck Baking Powder 8c
12 cakes Laundry Soap.25c
1 lb Lump Starch, worth 10c for-5c
1 lb. Sulphur (10c) for.5c
17 lbs. Sugar.$100
10 lbs. Eagle Thistle Soda, best made 25c
6-foot Buggy Whip.10c
1 full size Hammer.10c
15c Curry Comb.10c
1 nice Horse Brush.10c
3 sticks Good Luck Bluing for.5c
1 lb. nice Candy.10c
2 good Cigars.00
3 lbs. Epsom Salts.10c
1 lb. Epsom Salts.4c
5c pkg Celuloid Starch.4c
5c cake Gold Band Soap.4c
5c pkg. Gold Dust "Washing Powder . .4c
5c box Good Luck Baking Powder . .4c
5c box Searchlight Matches .4c
5c paper best Pins.4c
5c paper best Safety Pins.4c
5c bottle Ink.4?
You Save 25 per cent. Here.
We Sell Same Goods for Less
5c cake Toilet Soap.4c
1 lb. pkg. Eagle Thistle Soda.4c
5c twist Tobacco.4c
25 Items of above at 4c here cost you $1.00
40-inch Lawn, special.5c
7 cakes Laundry Soap, soda crystial (good)
1 lot Boys' Body Waists, slightly damaged
by water, to close out at.12 l-2c
1 lot Ladies' Sailor Hats, to close at 15c
1 lot of Boys' and Men's Caps, slightly
damaged by water and dust, worth 25c
to 35c at.15c
1 lot 50c Dress Shirts, slightly soiled while
building, to close out at 26c, good as ever
.SHOES AND SLIPPERS.
Big line going at 98c, $1.25. $1.48, $1.89,
$2.25, $2.45, $2.98, $3.48 for the $4.00
Infant's Shoes for.10c
Children's Slippers and Shoes 48c, 69c, 85c.
98c. $1.18, to.$1.48
200 pairs Slippers and Shoes, to close
out quick on the floor . . . .$1.89
These arc $2.50, $3.00 and $3.f>0 shoes
Best $1.00 Watch made for.69c
$1.00 Alarm Clock.60c
$3.50 large 8-day Clock .$1.98
Calico going at.4c
Good Bleachings per yd 6c, 7 l-2c, and 9c
2 spools Thread (good) .5c
8 balls Thread for.5c
6 spools Thread, best made, (or.25c
Ladies Skirts 75c, 98c, $1.45, $1.98, $2.39,
$2.94 up to $6.89. Big values.
1 Mound Dawg.10c
Men's Soft Collars.10c
1 nice Window Shade.25c
1 box Shoe Polish.5c
1 bottle Shoe Polish.6c
2 pkg Shoe Nails.5c
1 large size Nail Hammer.10c
1 Shoemaker's Hammer.10c
1 nice Tack Hammer.10c
1 Window Screen.33c
1 large Dish Pan.10c
1 pair Suspenders.8c
5 Handkerchiefs for.10c
1 Corset, good value.26c
5c package Envelopes.3c
10c box Paper.6c
15c box Paper.10c
10c Mantel Paper.8c
We Sell Same Goods for Less
Everybody likes the candy we sell. Fine
candy for less.
40e Chocolate Candy lb.$20c
1 lb. (20c) Caromel Candy.10c
1 lb. (20c) Chocolate Candy.15c
1 11). (15c) Crystal ized Creams.10c
24 Safety Pins for.5c
1 six-foot Buggy Whip.10c
15c Drop Top Whip.10c
1 Mouse Trap.10c
1 doz. Jelly Tumblers for.24c
(! Fruit or Tee Cream Saucers.19c
G nice Tumblers.18c
1 large Glass Pitcher.25c
1 hand Lamp.10c
2 Handkerchiefs .5c
75c long waist Corset, La Blanch (special)
G cakes best Laundry Soap made (Cold
6 pkgs. Dukes Mixture, smoking tobacco 25c
G pkgs. Piedmont Cigarettes.25c
3 plugs S & CJ Chewing Tobacco, yum
1 best Cigar made for.5c
2 good Cigars, Lord Calvert.5c
144 Shirt Buttons.5c
24 Pearl Buttons .5c
They gotta quit kickin' my Dawg around.
Needles, Pins. Key Chains, Hair Pins . .lc
3 boxes Searchlight Matches.10c
Bargains in the Basement. Tin, Glass,
Crockery, Lamps, Enameled Ware, Rugs,
Window Shades, Art Squares.
25c can Col gates or Air Float Talcum Pow
25c quality Table Oil Cloth for.15c
15c can Air Float Talcum Powder only 10c
20c large tin Bucket.10c
1 set large Ice Tea Tumblers, bell shape
1 set Tumblers only.18c
1 set nice Plates.39c
1 set Teacups and Saucers.43c
J. C. BURNS & CO.
RED HOT BARGAINS.
500 pairs of Boy's Knee Pants, good value
for only .. .*. .25c
Big purchase in men's Shirts for every day
and Sunday wear. Come to Red Iron
Racket for your Shirts. We are selling
these Shirts at 25c, 39c, 48c, up to 94c
for the $1.25 kind.
$1.35 Plow Shoe Tor only.98c
50c quality for.39c
50c elastic seam Drawers our price . .39c
60c elastic seam Drawers going at . . . .43c
Kool Shirts and Short Knee Drawers going
at 25c and 45c. Keep Kool.
Standard Medicines which you need when
you are feeling bad.
$1.00 bottlo Wampoles Cod Liver Oil 84c
$1.00 bottle S S S for the blood . . . .84c
$1.00 bottle B. B. B. for the blood . . . .84c
$1.00 bottle Electric Bitters.84c
$1.00 bottle Swamp Root.84c
$1.00 bottle Mystic Wine of Life_84c
$1.00 bottle Wine of Cardui.84c
$1.00 bottlo Hood's Savsaparilla '..84c
$1.00 bottle Warner's Safe Cure _84c
$1.00 package Thcdford's Black draught
$1.(10 bottle Dr. Piei.'s Favorite Pre
$1.00 bottle Avers Hair Vigor.84c
$1.00 bottlellarsford's Phosphate ... 84c
50c bottle Dodson's Liver Tonic, takes the
place of Calomel (guaranteed) ....42c
All 50c bottles Medicines are cut to ... .42c
All 25c bottles and packages are cut to 22c
Buy here and save money. J, C. Burns &
Co., price cutters.
7e quality Linenette.5c
rjc.e 40-inch Lawn .10c
7c 40-in Lawn.5c
Checked Homespun .5c
Fans, keep kool.lc to 25c
Special lot Ladies' Sailor Hats 15c. 25c,
39c up to 48c for the $1.00 kind.
Just in. big lot Fruit Jars, Jelly Tumblers,
Jar Rings and Caps, Ply Paper and
Fly Traps. Horse Muzzles' We sell for
less. J. C. Burns & Co.
Big lot millinery. Ribbons, Flowers, just
in at way down prices. Come quick.
Special lot Ladies' White Belt;:, good 10c
20t1. Suspenders for.13c
Ladies' Kid Gloves, special 69c up to $2.39
60c Japanese Bug only.39c
1 large Art Square 0x12 feet, a beauty
Millinery. Latest creations, just arrived.
Beautiful Hats now going at 98c, $1.39
$1.98 up to $3.39 for the 4.50 kind.
Don't fail to come Saturday. Special
values all day Saturday. It will pay you
to come Saturday.
Come to Red Iron Racket for What You Have to Buy ant'. Save 15 to 35 per cent of Your Hard Earned Money.
Everybody's Doing Iti Why? Just Because
J. C. BURNS & COMPANY
REST FRUIT JARS.
12 qt. Jars.
12 half gallons....
Sells Same Goods for Less Money
J. C. Burns & Company's "Cut Price" Store
Next to Bramlett's Shop?Completely Out of the High Priced District
1 Japanese? Art Square 9x12 ft $2.49
1 Japanese Rag, 80X72 In.84c