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? MOUMTTILJLK NEWS. ?
Mount villi?. Sent. 16.?'i'io- long
drouth of eight weeks was broken Frl
day by a most refreshing showor.
The new company gin at this place
has been completed nnd business was
begun there Monday morning. The
ginnery of Mr. M. H. Crisp has also
been at work for sevoral days.
Many of our young people are leav
ing us now to begin their work at col
lege. Among those who left last week
was Miss Dllza Mae Sullivan for Win
throp, Messrs. Charlie, Robert and
Sam Thornton, and ICugene Stokes for
Mr. W. M. Werts has returned from
a visit to relatives in Prosperity.
Mr. Frank Stokes and Mr. Hugh
.Tones are now the very accommodat
ing salesmen of Messrs. F. C. Smith
and S. N. Crisp, respectively.
Monday marked the beginning of
another Session of the Mountvllle
school with Mr. E. A. Puller as prin
cipal, the assiaiuulo being Misses Ma
rie Stokes, and Nellie Miller of this
place and MI-h Mary Dlllard of Clin
ton. Wt heartily welcome Miss Dll
lard in our midst and hope we may
prove a mutual benefit to each other.
The departure of Prof. W. P. Cul
bertson from among us is much re
gretted. Ho had been with us for
thirteen years and we feel that they
have been very successful years for
the Mountville school. He has gone
to Waterloo and will soon begin work
in the school at that place.
Card of Thanks.
For the many acta of kindness and
expressions of consolation that I have
received during the sickness and fol
lowing the death of my little girl,
Edna Beatrice, i take this means of
returning my deepest thanks to my
friends and neighbors. May the bless
Ings of the Divine Pilot be with each
w. II. Jernegln.
* TTLXEfiTIIIH DOTS. ?
Tylersvllle, Sept. 14.?K*/. Jim
Hughes filed the pulpit at Sandy
Springs Sunday morning.
Miss Lula Donnan left Saturday for
Whitmlre where she will resnme her
work as teacher in the graded school.
Misses Nina Poole and May Miller
of Spartanhurg spent the week-end
With Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Poole and
Messrs. Thomas Gross and Guy
Ballenger Of Taylors, were visitors in
the neighborhood Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Poole spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Poolo
Mr. Smoke of Anderson, visited Mr.
M. i. ('lark and family last week.
Mr. Martin Poole spent Sunday with
relatives near Woodruff.
Miss Carrie Greneker of N'owberry
Is spending a while with her Blatter,
Mrs. W. F. Wright.
Mr. Ntles Clark or Clinton spent
Sunday with relatives here.
Miss Mattie Dobo Poole spent Friday
with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Cooper.
Dr. S. F. Blakeley spent the week
end with relatives in Spartanburg.
Mr. .T. W. Donnan was in Clinton
Miss Fannie Poolo loaves Tuesday
for Lander College, where she will
Parisian Sago will quickly end all
hair and scnlp troubles and make your
hair so silky, luxuriant and lustrous
that all will admire it.
Banishes scalp itch over night.
Cleans up dandruff In short order and
kills dandruff germs. After the first
botth> your hair will be lustrous and
full of life.
Be sure and get Parisian Sage. Girl
with Auburn hair on every carton.
It is not a dye?but a clean, refresh
ing, invigorating tonic, that preserves
the color. At dealers everywhere.
Large bottle 50 cents. Sold by Lau
rens Drug Co. on money back plan.
Princeton. Sept. 14.?Mr. James Ar
nold of Pelzer spent last week with
his parents Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Ar
Miss Olive Knight left Friday for
Winthrop college, where she will be a
senior this year.
Mr. Sidney Burts or Honea Path vis
ited relatives hero last week.
Miss Mabel Ktmird of Brancbvllle
spent several days this week with
Miss Maizie Knight.
Miss Sara 1 tritt is visiting relatives
Mr. Sloan Bagwell left Monday for
the University of South Carolina at
Mrs. Ruff of Jacksonville. Fla., is
visiting relatives here.
Miss Carrie Moseley has returned
from a pleasant visit to relatives In
Mr. W. I. Freeman went to Donalds
last week to superintend a ginnery.
Mr. Freeman will be away about two
Miss Sudle Ballentine of Ware
[Shoals visited relatives here last week
The protracted meeting beginning
in tho Baptist church heher the second
Sunday night of September closed iast
Sunday night with eleven accessions
to the church, six by profession of
faith and rtve by letter.
Mrs. w. A. McKelvy of Liokvllle,
visited her mother, Mrs. T. Q.Sullivan
School begins here Monday, Sept.
23rd. Mr. J. W. Huff of Traveler's Rest
Will be the principal. He will be as
sisted by Mrs. J. B. Britt for the in
termediate grades and Miss Kiddie
Arnold for the primary grades.
Mr. Thomas Freeman left last week
for Clcmson college where he has be
gun work as a student there.
Master Arthur Britt is visiting rel
atives In Abbeville.
RED IRON RACKET
Smile and be
Wagon Loads of Fall Goods Arriving Daily Now.
Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Millinery, Dress Goods, Ribbons, Notions, Racket Goods in General, Tin,
Glass, Crockery, Enameled Ware, Wall Paper, Rugs, Trunks, Soaps, Soda, Matches, Candy,
Tobacco, Cigars, Cigaretts, Standard Medicines, Whips, Rugs, Jewelry, Watches, Clocks,
SuitCases, Traveling Bags, Stationery and Racket Goods.
Five Buyers composed the bunch of Red Iron Racket Buyers and by buying 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, we knowing and understanding the conditions of this and adjoining
counties propose to give this saving to our customers during this Fall. 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 mony out and buy more goods with the same
amount of money. Come to J. C. BURNS & COMPANY'S Department Store for your Fail 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!
Wfcy Pay this
1 yard Stanley Prints.5c
1 cake beat Laundry Soap."><?
1 package Qold Dust.5c
1 box Matches.5c
1 cake Toilet Soap.5c
144 Shirt Buttons.5c
1 yard Table Oil (Moth.25c
1 box Col gates Talcum.25c
1 large Tin Bucket.20o
1 card Safety Bins.5c
12 Collar Buttons.5c
1 cake Fairy Soap .. ,.5c
1 can Good Buck Baking Bower .. , ,5c
1 package Celluloid Starch.5c
1 bottle Standard Medicine.#1.00
1 pair Blow Shoes.$1.35
1 Alarm Clock.#1.00
1 pair Bants.' . .$1.25
I package Tea.10c
1 pair I lose.15c
1 pair best Overalls.$1.01)
1 largo Bible.$2.50
1 plug Tobacco.10c
1 linen Collar.15c
1 Collar Button.10c
Wbec Von can
Buy at This
You save in this small bill $4.73.
The above is only a test of our claim of selling you same
goods for less money. Come to Red Iron Racket and buy your
fall bills, you will make money.
J. C. Burns & Co.'s Cut Price Store
Special for this Week!
$1.2.1 men's Pants for only.89c
50c men's Work Shirts for only.39c
GOc men's Overalls far only.45c
$1.00 men's Union Made Overalls for only.84c
50c Dross Shirts for only.39c
50c Lace Curtains, (pair) for only.25c
$1.00 Alarm Clock, for only.49c
$1.00 Watch for only.57c
$3.50 eight day Clock for only.$1.84
25c quality Table Oil Cloth for only.15c
7 cakes best 5c Laundry Soap.25c
3 boxes (5e) Searchlight matches.10c
1 box Celluloid Starch.4c
3 pounds Epsom Salts, worth 30c for.10c
1 pound Sulphur, "worth 10c, for.5c
Buy Your Goods in this House and You'll Save
Pennys, Dimes and Dollars
Suits Made to Order
Suits made to your order. Tailored. 200 new fall samples
of fine woolens. Your choice.$15.00
No more, $15.00, no less. Wc guarantee a fit. Come now
and select your suit. Don't, delay. It will take 10 to 15
days to make up a suit and deliver it to you. This line <>!'
goods is the International Woolen Mill's line. We take tin
measure, they do the rest. Suits from mill to you $15.00
wholesale price. See this line. J. O. Burns & Co., Laurcns
Under buy and under sell, cash before delivery is our system
You'll g< t your money's worth if yOil buy hen;.
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 wiH wear the smile that never comes off and when you get back home with the Goods you Sweet Wife and Children will Smile and be Happy.
come QvicK! Goo? do? J. C. Burns & C0.--6 Red Iron Racket Stores-Laurens, Spartanburg, Green
stay here long.
wood, Anderson, Greenville, S. C, and Charlotte, N. C.
come quick! goods dojct
stay hebe long.