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THE CORN SHOW
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every stato tboro, and showed occupa
tions of every ?t?te. After wo had
seen every thing and the rain had
elackonod up, for it had been pouring
rain, wo left the grounds and went in
to the city to hoc different things,
Some went to the capital, churches
and othons to tho penitentiary and
asylum. We wont to the storos andj
then out to Columbia College which
is just being finished, after having the
fire. We got to star until six o'clock,
an hour longer than we could have
stayed, had U not been for the kind
railroad meat who kept the train for
Wo aM had a merry time on tho
train crhulng and going and are pleas
ed vory much with our trip,
f think that Coismbia Is a nice city
to visit for Jt has many nice buildings
?.art historical things as well. The
Corn Show was a great success and
ui certainly glad that I went.
THE NATIONAL CORN EXPOSITION
% Fourth Grade.
On starting to Columbia It poured
rain, but when I reached the build
ing I was much surprised to see so
many wonderful things. 1 saw some
beautiful large apples, but vory few
I saw an old stone seventy-five or
ono hundred years old. They had one
old slave 'who ground some corn in
the old fashioned way.
I saw some wheat add one thing a
lot of you would have liked to have
seen, was a tribe of the Catawba Indi
ans. There wore little twins, and the
mother made clay pipes and buckets,
and If you go to this place please
remember to see tho Catawba Indians,
I hopo they will please you very much.
I saw some cows that couldn't hook,
they had something that held their
heads in place. There were some
Improvements in farm life showing
the old and new; and also changes in
the school life.
They had some beautiful flowers.
There were several species of but
terflies and bugs.
THE NATIONAL CORN EXPOSITION
H&ttie D. Gray
We lett Laurens in a special coach
reserved for the Laurens graded
school and on reaching the exposi
tion grounds we found the whole
show under one roof. This was very
convenient as it rained hard for a
long time. There were exhibits from
nearly all of tho states. Each state
had a separate compartment, above
which were beautiful rural paintings
by Sprague, illustrating its products.
I think we should be proud of our
state as we had one of the largest
and best exhibits. An Interesting fea
ture to the girls of our party was a
figure, dressed In the height of fashion,
with hat and dress made of tobacco.
South Carolina- also had the largest
pecan I have ever seen. There was
a machine from Clemson college that
made cloth called Margute tte. The
model and immodel schools Vrtn
Winthrop were very character' :.lc.
The Catawba Indians from near F '.Nck
Hill were sent by the state and wore
the Indian dress. Thero was a United
States flag made entirely of corn
shucks. Some of the shucks were the
natural color, other red and others
blue. It was pretty and would be .a
nice experiment for the primary
grades. Part of the building was giv
en to the Tomato Girls; they canned
fruit and had their exhibit there.
Among other interesting South Caro
lina exhibits, I saw the renowned
Jerry Moore. Strange to say, he still
appears timid and modest. In the
Texas exhibit was a map made of
grain stuck on with paste, the diffet
j eiit grains were put on the sections
where they were grown. In tho Ala
I bama exhibit wore butterflies and
I moths. Among the moths was the
beautiful green Luna, which I have
longed to see since I read "The Girl
I of the Llmerlost." I saw some hemp
and flax for the first time and many
varieties of wool. The trophies for
the best single ear and the best ten
ears of corn were won by Indiana,
and the Knapp trophy was also won
by Indiana. In the government ex
hibit, near the center of the building
were pictures of trees and cattle.
There were miniature farms, hog
farms and villages. There was a
large case in which were the salt
marsh, malaria and yellow fever mos.
quitocB. About a third of the build
ing was occupied by exhibits from tho
various manufacturing companies. In
that department all kinds of machin
ery woro shown. The different ways
of Irrigating woro interesting. I saw
cows milked by electricity. Friday
night In the auditorium the prize-win
ning hoys and girls frOin each state
wero called upon for an impromptu
stunt. It Was evident that many of
the children here made their first pub
lic appearance. The Corn Show was
Instructive and interesting in every
way and was enjoyed by everyone.
Mothers Can Safely Buy
Dr. King's New Discovery and give it
to tho little ones when ailing and Buf
fering with colds, coughs, throat or
lung troubles, tastes nice, harmless,
once U80d, always used. Mrs. Bruce
Crawford, Niagra, Mo. writes: "Dr;
King's New Discovery changed odr
boy from a palo weak sick boy to the
picture of health." Always helps.
Bur It at Laurens Drug Co. and Pal
metto Drug Co.
BIG FEBRUARY/ SALE
IS GOING ON NOW.
ONLY 8 DAYS MORE OF
J. C, BURNS & CO ARE SELLING
THE GOODS IN LAURENS.
THE BIG CUT PRICE FEBRUARY SALE
J. C. BURNS & COMPANY
Is Now Going on and the Goods are Moving Out Fast.
This is one of the biggest Sales the Red Iron Racket ever put on in Laurens. It will pay you to come many miles to this Sale. Our stock is so big you
will find very near everything you may need in this house. $39,000.00 Dollars worth of Seasonable Merchandise will go in this Sale
regardless of New York and Baltimore Cost. Fill up your old wallet and come to Red Iron Racket and buy all
the Goods you need. You'll make money if you buy during this Sale all through February.
ROLL, LET 'EM ROLL.
Get in tho game while Red Iron Racket's Big Sale is on.
2ft pounds Standard Granulated Sugar, sale price . .. .$1.00
10 pounds Eagle Thistle Soda, sale price.26c
3 cans Pink (Alaska) Salmon.25c
7 cakes best Washing Soap .....25c
3 packages Gold Dust.10c
2 cans 5o Baking Powder.7c
1 can lOo Baking Powder.7c
12 boxes Matches (small) .4c
11.00 Alarm Clock.49c
It's time to wake up and come to Red Iron Racket.
5 cakes fine Toilet Soap (Armour's) .10c
10o cake Glycerine Soap. .5c
1 lot of 50c Dress Shirts, a little soiled, closing out tbe lot
Uig lot Boy's Knee Pants, sale price 19c, 35c, 47c, 73c and
$1.19 for the $1.50 line.
10c Suspenders, sale price .7c
25e Suspenders, sale price.18c
35c Suspenders, sale price.23c
20c Neck Ties ,sale price.10c
25e Neek Ties, sale price.19o
35c Neek Tics, sale price.23c
10c Linen Collars, sale price.7c
16c Linen Collars, sale price.9c
All prices withdrawn as lots are olosed out.
HERE WE GO
BURNS SAYS LET EM ROLL.
$1.00 Alarm Clock sale price.49o
Wake up and Como to Red Iron Racket.
$1 50 Eight Day Clock , . . , ,.$1.64
300 pair of Men's Pants close out in this sale, pants worth
$1.25, your choice.79c
220 pair Men's Pants going in this sale for.$1.00
These Pants are worth $1.50 up to $2.00 a pair. Get 'em
while they are goiug at.$1.00
50c Union Made Work Shirts going in this sale at.37c
$1.00 Union Made Overalls, sale price.79c
ALL STANDARD MEDICINES.
February Sale Price.
All $1.00 bottles, sale price.79c
All 50c. bottles, sale price.39c
All 25c bottles, sale price.19c
CLOTHING GOING AT SACRIFICE PRICES IN TlirS
SALE. EVERYBODY CAN DRESS UP.
1 good Coat and 1 pair of Pants for.$2.98
$4.50 Men's Suits, sale price.$3.39
$6.50 Men's Suits, side price.$4.45
$8.00 Men's Suits, sale price.$6.00
$10.00 Men's Suits, sale price.$7.69
$12.50 Men's Suits, sale price.$9.00
$15.00 Men's Suits, sale price.$11.00
$18.00 Men's Suits, sale price.$12.50
Big lot of Men's Pants, fine Dress Pants going at prices you
can afford to buy two pair, in this sale.
$2.50 Men's Pants, sale price.$1.95
$3.00 Men's Pants, sale price.$2.19
$4.00 Men's Pants, sale price.$2.97
$5.00 Men's Pants, sale price.$3.48
$0.00 Men's Panst, sale price.$4.00
$1.25 Men's Pants, sale price.79c
All prices withdrawn as lots are closed out.
BIG STOCK OF SHOES
All going in this sale at prices which would make the cows
bellow if they only knew the prices wc are selling their
BUY SHOES NOW.
1 pair Shoes, baby, sale price.10c
65c Children's Shoes, sale price.48c
83c Children's Shoes, sale price.69c
$1.00 Children's Shoes, sale price.83c
$1.25 Children's Shoes, sale price.$1.07
$1.50 Children's Shoes, sale price.$1.19
$1.00 Ladies' Shoes, sale price.83c
$1.50 Ladies' Shoes, sale price.$1.15
$2.00 Ladies' Shoes, sale price.$1.48
$2.50 Ladies' Shoos, sale price.$1.83
$3.00 Ladies' Shoes, sale price. $2.19
Big odd lot Boy's Shoes worth $1.75, $1.85, $2.00, sale price
$1.25 Men's Shoes, sale price.08c
$1.50 Men's Shoes, sale price.$1.19
$2.00 Men's Shoes, sale price.$1146
$2.50 Men's Shoes, sale price .,.$1.87
$3.00 Men's Shoes, sale price.$2.19
$3.50 Men's Shoes, sale price.$2.75
$4.00 Men's Shoes, sale price.$3.18
$5.00 Men's Shoes, aalo price.$3.68
BIG FEBRUARY SALE PRICES.
6 spools Thread (best 6 cord) spool cotton, sale
8 balls Thread, sale price. ....
1 spool Thread (good) for, sale price.,
6 papers of Needles, sale price. ,
6 paper of Pins sale price.
6 Key Chains sale price.
2 packages Envelopes, sale price.
1 box Paper and Envelopes, sale price.r
4 sticks Bluing, Good Luck, sale price.
12 cakes Laundry Soap, sale price.
3 packages Celluloid Starch, sale price.
3 packages Gold Dust, sale price.
8 boxes Search Light Matches, sale price.
10 pounds Best E-T Soda, sale price.
25 pounds Sack Sugar, sale price.
10c Tin Wash Pan.
10-qt. large Tin Bucket.
10c Dipper, sale price.
1 Jardincer and Pedestal, sale price.
45c Japanese Rug.
1 large Rug, reversible, worth $1.50, snle price .
50e Lantern, sale price.
Big lot. Flower Pots and Churns, sale price
$1.00 set China Plates, sale price.
$1.00 set China Cups and Saucers, sale price .
1 set Plates, good, sale price.
price . .23c
HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR.
1 lot Hose, sale price.
10c Hose, sale price.
13c Hose, sale price.
18c Hose, sale price.
25c Hose, sale price.
25c Ladios Vest, sale price.
25c Boy's Undershirts, sale price.
50c Men's Undersh'- sale price.
50c Ladies' Underwear, sale price.
$1.00 Wright's Underwear, sale price.
25c Undervest, sale price ;.
200 Men's and Boy's Caps,.100, 16c,
23c and 39c
5c Dress Goods, sale price.
6 l-2c Dress Goods, sale price.
8c Dress Goods, sale price.
10c Dress Goods, sale price.
12 l-2c Dress Goods, sale price.
18c Dress Goods, sale price.
35b Dress Goods, sale price.
50c Dress Goods, sale price.
You will find down in Basement, Tin Ware, Glass, Crockery, Enameled Ware, Pictures, Picture Frame3, Wall Paper, Curtain Poles, window Shades,
Rugs, Men's Work Shirts, Overalls, Hats, Caps, Blankets, Bee Comforts, Boy's Knee Pants, Men's Work Pants, Underwear, Cotton Plaids,
Sea Islands, Cheviots, Trunks, Suit Cases and hundreds of other items. Ask the wholesale man about prices and then
come and see if our prices are not lower in this Big February Sale and hundreds of other goods not listed here.
NOW! We have told you, don't blame us if you don't get your share of .these Goods during this Big Slaughtering February Sale. It will you pay to come miles
to buy your goods during this Sale. We will have a big sales force to wait on the people and that they get waited on promptly. Don't spend a Red Cent until
you get to the?
ROLL I LET 'EM ROLL. GOODS
MUST B$ SOLD.
RED IRON RACKET
J. C. BURNS A COMPANY'S BIO
REMEMBER! We are located completely out of the High-Priced District, 210 West Laurens Street.