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^ CROSS HILL NLWS J
Cross Hill. March 24.?Misses Mary
Miller and Janie Griffin students at
Chlcora College came home last Fri
day to spend Kaster with homofolks
Quite a numhor of young men wont
from hero to Greenwood last Friday
to see Ty Cobb and to witness the
Mr. Faul M.irtin was aide to return
'o Ftirman last Friday after several
Mr. William Wliarton was at homo
from the Unlvoralty of South Caro.
ilna a few days last week.
Quito a heavy rain fell here last
Friday morning and hall near town.
Mrs. Sophia I'inson ami Miss Wll
aier llninoy were Greenwood visitors
The many friends of Mr. Kph Crif
fin were glad to see hint able to he
on the streets Saturday. He lias been
sick for two weeks with grippe.
interesting and appropriate ser
vices were hold in the churches here
reslerday. At the Methodist church
n the morning and the Baptist church
In the evening.
Tylersvlllo, March 24.?Prof. J. G.
CHnkscales of Wofford College will
deliver an address at Langston church
on Sunday afternoon April tith, at .'5
Mr. Fttrmnn PoolO Spent las?. Thurs
day in Enorcc.
Misses Mattie Sloan and Lucy Don.
nan spent Saturday with Mrs. Mag
Mr. Wellie MC Daniel attended ser
clscs at Icings ton Sunday morning.
Mrs. T. I'. Poolc visited Mrs. .1. W.
iHuman Friday afternoon.
Mr. It. W. Blakoly Is spending a few
days with friends in this community.
Miss Emma ponnan spent several
days last week with Mis.; Maltie Melle
Among I he visitors at Magnolia
Fnrm Sunday afternoon were Messrs
Floyd Clark, Hugh and Ed Myers.
Rev. B. P. Mitchell of the Trinity
Ridge section filled his regular ap
pointment at Langston Sunday morn
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* LACHENS COTTON MILL. *
Laurens Mills, March 2 1. Faster
passed off quietly with large congre
gations at the churches, hut just a
iiltle too early for much Kaster ap
parel. Everything in ami around the
mill seems to have on new life and
'he spirit of push. The mill company
s going to install some new machin
ery in the card and spinning room at
an early date.
Mr. John Putnam Is having a new
room put to the drug store which will
not only add to the looks, hut make
it much more convenient to his busi
ness. This room will he used as an
ico cream parlor.
Mr. I>. A. Morgan is out again from
several days' sickness.
Mrs. Harrison Holt is suffering from
burns caused by falling Into the fire
a few days ago.
Mrs. Frank Martin was taken sud
denly ill Sunday afternoon, hut is
:wi' better now.
Atmar Burton, of Pino Top. visited
his cousin Mr. Ford Oarrotl Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Jlellams visited
Mr. R. II. Donaldson's family Sunday.
Mrs. Donaldson is right sick with ec
Mrs. Maggie Martin and Mrs. L, S.
Shenly visited Mrs. Frank Martin Sun
Rev. L. S. Shealy left Monday for
flaffnoy to attend the mill pastors con
It was announced from the pulpit
that on the flrsl Sun.lay in April there
Will he a Special music at the Second
;'.aptist church, A visiting family will
bo the singers, the youngest being a
?Oy" twe!\,- years (dd Weighing over
two hundred pounds who will sing
SCRKST W \\ TO KM) < ITA RUH.
Co to Laurens Drug Co. and ?av: "I
want a IIYOMKI outllt." Tnko Ii home
-pour a few drops of IIYO.MHI fron
the bottle into the little hard rtlbbci
inhaler 'brentho it for jive minute;
? ml :>otc the rofl ? hing roil of breathe
It four or flvi tinii t da?.? for n few
.'ays and Catarrh and fill Its s) mpt< mi
will gradually disa)iplnr.
Booth's HYOMKI ft- balsamic air
it contains no oplum,*coenlno or bthei
harmful drug and is told on mono;
i>ack plan for Catarrh, Crou >. Cold!
r.nd Coughs, Conr. ICto nutfli (Include:
'nnaJof) $1.0.<trn I i< if late
needed. 50 cents at Laurens I) . ? Co
r.nd druggists everywhere. Simple In
structlons for use n ovi ? ,
-?you can't fail. Just breathe it n<
Are you using a "Wllkes Ran n"
if not, como at once and gel one, tho;
?Tivc satisfaction it ml cos! you ICS
than any other good i n nge.
S. M. & K. II. Wilkes fc Co.
? ALEXANDER J. SMITH. *
Lisbon, March 29.?Mr. Alexander J,
Smith, who <lie<l at him home neur
horo Sunday tho 2nd of March, was
a man of kindly and genial nature, de
voted to bis family in the highest de
gree, lie loved the society of his
neighbors and friends, and was ever
ready to confer a favor, or do a kind,
ly act. Ho was patriotic and public
spirited, and manifested this sentiment
It) the days of the Fatiniors Alliance,
Farmers Union and other organiza
tion i, designed for the uplifting of tho
masses. In the early nineties he serv
ed i wo terms in the lower branch of
the legislature and was a member of
the stitutlonal convention, which
framed the constitution of 1895. In
all the relations of life, as a soldier,
citizen, representative and in the home
ho was faithful and true. At the age
of IS years when a sophomore at Wof
ford, he entered as a private in Co.
C Cth S. ('. Cavalry, and biter for
meritorious service was promoted suc
cessively to the rank of corporal and
sergeant and at one time was tem
porarily in command of his company.
He served faithfully and bravely to the
end, and surrendered with his com
mand at (!reenslK>ro April 26th, 1865.
The 6th cavalry was of Butler's fa
mous brigade, which won and main
tained a najne for destinguished valor
upon the great fields of Virginia, Mary
land, Pennsylvania and the Carolinas,
second to none, amongst the famous
horsemen led by Stuart and Hampton
in the matchless achievements of the
army of Northern Virginia during the
lour long years of the most tremen
dous conflict of history. Mr. Smith
was born In (ieorgeton November 29,
1844, Iiis father being the late Rev.
.lames F. Smith, of the South Carolina
Conference, and his mother Mrs. Julia
Foster Smith. His brothers and sisters
are as follows: Dr. Charles F. Smith,
of the Unlvorslty of Wisconsin; Prof.
Landon F Smith, of Plttsburg, Texas;
Dr. James Perrln Smith, of Leland
Stanford University; Mr. R. D. Smith,
of Newberry; Mrs. A. J. Dawkins. of
Spartanburg, and Mrs. Charles Miller,
of Social Circle, da., the last named
died hist October.
In 1st'.'.', December L'Hth, lie married
Miss Mary Fuller, a daughter of the
late Dr. F. (!. Fuller, and she with
the following children survive him:
Mr. F. C. Smith, Mountville; Mr. A. Q.
Smith, of Macon, (la., Mrs. Llllle Bow
ers, of Amcricus, Ca., Miss May Smith,
Dallas, Texas, Miss Francis Smith, one
of the teachers at the graded school
at Jonesvillc, S. C? Mr. Qlonn Smith,
of California, Mr. C. F. Smith, of this
olnco, and Mrs. H. it. Humbert of Lau
Mr. Smith was an extensive planter
and had ills farms well Improved.
May Coil In- with his wife and chil
dren until they meet again.
J. T. A. B.
? SHII.On LETTER. ?
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Mr. Willie Abrains of Ware Shoals,
was visiting in this community Sat
Misses Lily Sims and Heauford
Curry, Messrs. John Adair, Clyde
Curry, Booth Cray and Hrodus Cray
spent Saturday evening with Miss Lci
Mr. and Mrs. Conway Armstrong
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Miss Margie Holden was visiting in
Rabun community Sunday.
Rest Known Cough Remedy
For (forty-%hreo years Dr. King's
New Discovery lias been known
throughout the world as the most re
liable cough remedy. Over three mil.
lion bottles were used last year. Isn't
this proof? It will get rid of your
cough, or we will refund your money.
J. J. Owens, of Allondalo, s. a,
writes the way hundreds of others
have done: "After twenty years, I
lind that Dr. King's N v Discovery
is the best remedy for coughs and
coulds that I havo ever used." For
coughs or colds and all throat and
lung troubles, It has no equal. 50c
and $1,00 at Laurens Drug Co. and
Palmetto Drug Co.
s V LE ITXI)EH CHATTEL MOR I (i IGE
Stale of South Carolina,
C'OHIlt} of Laurens.
Dodson-Kdwards Drug Company
The Goer Drug Company.
By virtue of authority given us in
above entitled mortgage, dated April
Cth. 1913 and recorded in Rook IS,
pair.- II.",. in Lie call CO of tllO C!erk of
the Court of CompiOU Pleas for Lau
rens county, wo twill sell at public:
out-Cry before the Court House Door,
in Laurens, koui i Carolina^ on tho
27th day of March. 1913, tho follow
ing doscrlbod pfrjpcrty, to wit:
Ail that stock>of merchandise and
fixtures now situated in Lie store
room on Public Square in the town
of Laurens, consisting of Drugs.;
Toilet Articles, Patent Medicine:',
I'alntS, Cigars, TobaCCO, etc., also fix-1
Hires, consisting of Soda Fountain,;
Show Cases. Counters, Sale, etc.
Terms of sale: cash.
THE CKKR DRUG CO..
Per J. D. Owen.
March 11, lOin. Manager
WATCH J. C. BURNS & CD'S. RED
KEEP YOUR EYES ON J. C BURNS
J. C. BURNS & CO.
RED IRON RACKET
The Big Department Store
Ladies' and Children's Hats nice as
sortment 48c. 69c. 98c up to $4.39
New assortment of Ladies' Skirts
$1.98 up to.$7.39
Special lot Shirtwaists 48c, 79c, 98c
Pig values in Children's and Misses'
Dresses.48c and 98c
Special lot Ribbons 5c, 10c, 15c up
to the yard.25c
Dress Oinghams, all styles, yd . .5c,
Special lot Percales, yard wide91-2c
Fine quality Linen Lawn only . .10c
Special lot Dress Goods 10c, 15c. 19c,
Shirtwaist Goods, fine finish, white,
black and assorted colors, per yd.
10c, 15c, 18c.25c
RED HOT PRICES
Men's Pants, all prices from 98c.
$1.25. $1.08 up to $4.95 for the
Special Suits for men. all pric
es $4.75. $6.39. $8.25. $9.68, $12.37
Men's Hats, all colors, all prices 48c,
75c. 98c. $1.39, $1.98 up to $2.98
for a John P. Stetson Hat which
usually sells for $4.50 to $5.00.
25c lot of Caps, spcial
1500 Neckties, special values for
.10c, 15c, 25c
Soxs and Stockings for the whole
family .8c, 10c, 13c. 19c, 25c
Easter Shirts now going at39c. 48c,
4000 pail's of Shoes and Slippers.
Shoes for everyday wear and Shoes
for style and lress and remember
Red Iron Packet sells them for less
See our line of samples for Men's
Suits, made to order $15.00, $i9.00
Give us your order at once, fit and
Don't fail to visit our Bargain Base
ment for tin glass, crockery, enam
eled ware, rugs, window shades,
trunks, wall paper, cotton plaids,
sea islands, ticking, work s'hirts,
pants, overalls, and lots of other
bargains arc to be found in the
Don't fail to see our jewelry depart
ment for what von want.
Specal lot liest dollar Watches
$1.00 Alarm Clocks
3 boxes Matches
KM bs best Soda
7 cakes AVashing Soap . .
Special Saturday. Sweets, all fine
candies for, per lb.10c
All $1.00 Bottles of Standard Patent Medicines only 84 cts. All 50c Sizes for 42 cts. 20 lbs. Standard
Granulated Sugar for $1.00. 25 lb. Bag for $1.25
RED IRON RACKET
J. C. BURNS & COMPANY
210 W. Laurens Street
Same Goods for Less Money and More Goods for Same Money Is Our Motto
WALK A BLOCK
SAVE A DOLLAR
WALK A BLOCK
SAVE A DOLLAR
GIVE t'H A LOOK. WE CAN SAVE
THIS LS THE PLACE THAT YOLK
DOLLAR WILL BUY THE MOST
WE WELCOME YOU!
We welcome you with a Fresh Spring Welcome to a Fresh Spring Stock. We've
shaken off every vestige of Winter. Every suggestion of clothes-warmth and clothes
heaviness and we invite you to revel with us amidst garments full of the atmosphere of
warm, joyous Spring Days.
Perhaps you think us a trifle too enthusiastic, a bit too flowery in our language. Our
answer is: "Come and see" let us show you the reason for our enthusiasm, the cause of
our flowers of speech. In a word let us show you our splendid, varigated and altogether
unusual stock of Millinery, Ladies' Suits, Dresses, Skirts, Waist, Dress Goods, Notions
Shoes, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats and Furnishings.
Exceptional Values in New Spring Footwear!
We are showing the largosl and most complete line it lifts
ever been our pleasure lo show.
Men's fine Oxfords, nil styles and leathers_$3.00 lo $6.00
Men's While CfinvnSS Oxfords at .$2.00
I.:.dies' Oxford* and Pumps, all styles and leathers $1.50 lo $4
Ladies' While Canvas Pumps nl $1.25. $1.50. $2.50 and $3.00
Children's Slippers, nil styles.50c to $1.50
Mis.es mid Hoys' Low Cuts nl.$1.25 lo $2.50
What People Want to Know
Where they enn get the bcsl values for their money.
Wo have one lol of lo inc h beautiful quality Persian Lawn
wurth l5o I.. 20c thai wo a.-.- offering, special for cash 10c
Penutiful quality SO^ineh fine [?Mnxon, worth every v. here 25c
our special prierj for cash. ijj?
36-ineh Perculs in extra g.| quality in shorl lontghs. worth
12 l-2e, special for ensh . iqc
We have values in Every Department of our store that it will pay you to see?it will
mean money to you if you will only give us a look and
compare the values we are offering.
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA