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title: 'The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, September 11, 1912, PART 1, PAGES 1 TO 8, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6',
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WATTS MILLS ?
Watts Mill, Sept. 8.?The -weather
continues dry and growing vegetation,
auch as cotton and young corn, are
suffering greatly. Here's hoping that
soon we shall have a rorreBhlng sea
eon of rain. It would not only help
the crops hut would also to a great
extent refreHh the people.
Mr. and Mm. Lafayette Hellams and
daughter, MIbb Delia, have boon visit
ing ut the homes of Mr. and Mrs. W.
B. Weathers and Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Shockley during the past week.
tl was certainly encouraging to see
so largo a crowd out at prayer meet*
Jng last Wednesday night. Come again
and bring your friends. During the
past several weeks Uro. Trogdon has
been selecting and giving out the sub
jects for the meetings a week before
band, und we arc having some good
and inspiring services. The subject
for Wednesday night will be "Seeing
The meeting only holds one hour, eo
come and let's devote one hour out
of the many that the Lord hae spared
us to the praise of his great name.
Mr. Thos. Swygert, Mr. J. T. Tid
well, Mr. M. C. Tldwell and a host of
others went on a Ashing trip to Enoree
river Saturday evening. They report
plenty of flBh and a most enjoyable
Mrs. Llllle Avery and Mrs. Lessle
Lee were among the visitors at Watts
Mills last Sunday.
Instead of prayer meeting next Wed
nesday night. September tho L?h,
There will bo a special service for the
purpose of ordaining several new dea
cons. Rev. B. P. Mitchell will preach
and Rev. L. S. Shcaly will deliver
charge to new leaeons.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Garrett were
called to Spartanburg Sunday on ac
count of the death of their little grand
child. Ethel Garrett. She was tho
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Garrett
and their many friends at Watts mills
sympathize with them in this sad hour
of the bereavement. May they look to
the gentle Savior, who knoweth best
and doeth all things well, and know
that He in his all wise providence
never makoth any mistakes. Though
the dear one Is gono to return no moro
to them yet may they find great con
solation In the thought that they can
go to her.
Quite a number were out at Sunday
school and preaching Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hellams and
daughter, Kdlth, visited at the homo of
Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Donaldson Sunday.
A u< oino hi I es Collided.
Last night the automobiles of T. G.
Philpot and Tracy Lamar collided on
the Monte Sano Hill, but no one was
Injured. It seems that each of the
machines had one light out. and each
driver thought he was meeting abl
eycle. The machines were going very
slow and the damage was very light.
Pine Orove, Sept. 7.?We are still
needing rain bad. The crops are go
ing to be short this time on account
of the drouth.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Medlock spent
Saturday night with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Austin Bramlett.
Mr. Henry Knight spent Sunday
With his brother, Mr. Tom Knight near
Mrs. Robert John and children,
from Charlotte, N. C, are spending a
while with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Nash.
Mr. and Mrs. John Knight spent Sun
day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. C. Y.
Mr. Carl Bramlett, of Laurens, and
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bramlett, of
Ware Shoals, spent Sunday with Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Knight spent
last Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. John
Owlngs near Barksdalc.
Mrs. Wi L. Hold and little daughter,
Remell have returned home after a
week's stay in Union and Pacolet .
Mr. Carl Nelson and family of Au
gusta, Ga., spent last week with his
parents Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Nelson.
Those that are on the sick list are
Mrs. Jona Miller, Margie Craddock,
Minnie Simpson and Mrs. C. Y. Crad
Mr. Will Clardy and family spent
last Sunday with Mr. Mitchell Owlngs.
The Men Who Succeed.
as heads of large enterprise are men
of great energy. Succcesu. today, de
mands health. To all Is to fall. It's
utter folly for a man to endure a
weak, run-down, half alive condition
when Electric Hitters will put him
right on his feet in short order. "Four
bottles did more real good than any
other medicine I over took," writes
Chas. H. Allen, Sylvanla, Ga. "After
years of suffering with rheumatism,
liver trouble, stomach disorders and
deranged kidneys, I am again, thanks
to Electric Bitters, sound and well."
Try them only f>0c. at The Laurens
Drug Co. and The Palmetto Drue Co.
"Wanted, a Wedding."
The Mullins Enterprise, In Its last
issue, contained the following notice
from a well known business house of
"To any .white couple intending to
get married during October, 1912, if
they will agree to have the marrlaye
ceremony performed in our store, giv
ing us four weeks notice in which to
send out wedding Invitations, and in
other ways prepare for the wedding,
we will arrange all details, furnish
the minister and the license and pre
sent the couple with twenty five dol
i lars worth of any kind of furniture,
house furnishings, or other goods they
may select, as a wedding present.
"Come on and get married."
An article that has real merit should
In time become popular. That such
Is the case with Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy has been attested by many
dealers. Here Is one of them. H. W.
Hendlckson, Ohio Falls Ind., writes,
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is the
for coughs, colds and croup, and is
my best seller." For sale by all deal
RED IRON RACKET
Smile and be
BUYERS HAVE RETURNED FROM MARKET
Five Buyers composed the bunch of Red Iron Racket Buyers and by buy in g in large quantities
for all of our 6 stores and splitting the lots up we closed some big deals at fully 15 to 35 per cent
under the regular market and we propose to give this saving to our customers during this Fall,
we knowing and understanding the conditions of this and adjoining counties. Come to the Red
Iron Racket where your money will have the magnetic power and our Lower Prices for Same
Goods make it possible for you to stretch your mon3' out and buy more goods with the same
amount of money. Come to J. C. BURNS & COMPANY'S Department Store for your Fall bill
of Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Dry Goods, Millinery, Notions and Racket Goods. Buy here you'll
smile and be happy and when you get home with the Goods the whole family will smile.
Special for this Week!
Red Hot Prices
$1.25 men's I'ants for only.
50o men's Work Shirts for only.39c
60c men's Overalls for only.45c
$1.00 men's Union Made Overalls for only.84c ,
50c Dress Shirts for only.39c
50c Lace Curtains, (pair) For only.25c
$1.00 Alarm (Mock, lor only.49c
$1.00 Watch for only.57c
$3.50 eight day Clock for only.$1.84
?_'.">?? quality Table Oil Cloth for only.15c
7 cakes best 5c Laundry Soap.25c
:i boxes (5c) Searchlight matches.10c
1 box Celluloid Starch.4c
3 pounds Rpsotn Salts, worth 30c for.10c
I pound Sulphur, worth 10c, fur.5c
5c quality Stanley Prints (calico) .4c
12 l-2c quality Percales (yard wide) .8c
1 special lot Shoe-;, worth $1.25 to $1 50 for. 98c
1 special lot Shoes, worth $2.00 to $2.50 for.$1.48
1 lot Underwear, worth 25c, for.15c
1 (6-foot) Buggy Whip.10c
Special lot of fltte Candies, worth 15c to 20c per U), for. .10c
5 &T4f?s$ n
tot* v ?&v& %h'i '<\m to.W
Special for this Week!
Red Hot Prices
Big line of Clothing, Hats. Shoes, Dry Goods. Notions. Shirts.
Overalls. Skirts. Shirtwaists. .Jewelry, "Watches. Clocks, Tin,
Glass. Crockery, Enameled Ware, Racket Goods in general
at way down prices.
1 large Wash Pan, tin.5c
1 large Dish Pan, tin.10c
1 large Jardineer and Pedestal .10c
1 set of 0 nice Plates.39c
We have hundreds of sweet values. All through our im
mense stock. Come and see for yourself, by seeing you believe.
Specials in Hosiery, big values 5c, 7c, 10c and 15c for the
j $1.00 bottles all Standard Medicines.79c
50c bottles all Standard Medicines.39c
Buy Your Goods in this House and You'll Save
Pennys, Dimes and Dollars
Suits Made to Order
Suits made to youi rder. Tailored. 200 new fall samples
of fine woolens. Your choice.$15.00
Xo more. $15.00, no less. We guarantee a lit. Come now
ami select your suit. Don't delay. It will take 10 to 15
days to make up a suit and deliver it to you. This lino o
goods is the International Woolen Mill's line. We take the
measure, they do the rest. Suits from mill to you $15.00
wholesale price. Sec this line. J. C. Burns & Co., Laurens
We are located completely out of the High-Priced District, 208 West Laurens Street. Don't spend a Red
Cent until you get to the
RED IRON RACKET
And you will wear the smile that never comet off and when you get back home with the Goods you Sweet Wife and Children will Smile and be Happy.
COM* QUICK! GOODS DON'T
STAY HERE LONG.
J. C. Burns & Co.?6 Red Iron Racket Stores?Laurens, Spartanburg, Green
wood, Anderson, Greenville, S. C, and Charlotte, N. C.
COME QUICK t GOODS DON'T
STAY HERE LONG.