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Dials, May 5.?The farmers round
here would ho glad to see n nice
shower of rain now, as the germina
tion of the oops planted seem to ho
depending on a shower.
Mrs. I. S. Brooks left Friday for
-Columbia, where she will visit her
daughter, Mrs. 7. N. Nabors.
' Miss Mabel Robertson of Gray
Court, spent last week with her grand
father, Mr. M. V. Holder.
Miss Eliza Switzer, Is spending a
while with Mrs. Fate Henderson of
tho Friendship community.
Mr. Leonard Owings was the guest
of Mr. L. W. Brooks Saturday night.
Mise Jdna Holt returned to dicr
homo In Greenville Sunday, after
spending tho week-end with her sis
ter, Mrs. W. C. Brownlee.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gray spent Fri
day night with Mr. N. Z. Gray and
Quite a number from heie attended
tho Closing exercises of the Eden
school Friday evening. The teacher,
Mrs. Emma Roper seemed to have had
her pupils well trained in their va
Mrs. Stoddard of Greenville, Is vis
iting Mrs. Jim Owlngs and family
Mr. and Mrs. William Davis of the
Mountain City, are spending awhile
with Mrs. Davis' parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harris Curry.
Miss Kate Curry of Lander college.
Is staying a few days with her par
? RA BUN NEWS. ?
Rabun, May 4.?The fanners are
about through planting and are want
ing to see some raiu to make the seed
Miss Cora Armstrong spent Wed
nesday night with Miss Allle Babb.
Mrs. Emma Roper and Mr. L. H. Rop
er of Laurens, and Miss Sadie Gray
were the guests of Mr. T. F. Babb and
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Armstrong and
Mrs. Nan Armstrong, of Fountain Inn
attended services at Rabun Sunday.
Miss Cora Armstrong visited Mr.
nrooks Nash Saturday nlghCand Sun
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Brooks and lit
tle son, Robert Belton, and Mr. and
Mrs. Dr. J. W. Bcason were the visit
ors atf Mr. and Mrs. Belton Owens'
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Bean of Easley
spent the week-end with relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. Thad Moore of Mad
den visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Hoper Saturday and Sunday.
A Temperance Contest.
A temperance contest, under the
auspices of the Gray Court-Owlngs
W. C. T. U., will be held in the school
building there on the evening of May
9th, begiuing at S:30 o'clock. The
contestants are as follows: Ruth
Barksdale, Jewell Curry, Ruth Curry,
Nell McCall, Shaw Johnson, Floyd
Jones. The public }s cordially invited
to attend. No admission will be
charged. Refreshments will be served
after the contest.
DR. CLIFTON JONES
Office In Simmons building
Phone: Office No. 86; Residence 219.
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
gives iustant relit* and an absoluto cure
in all cases of Asthma, Bronchitis, aed
Hay Fever. Sold by druggists J mail on
receipt of prico $1.00.
TrUil PackaRe by mnll 10 c\cnt4.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prop*., Cleveland. Ohio
, LAUKENS DRUG CO.
I,aureus, S. C
See i our line of Glassware, latest
patterns and lowest prices atl/
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Money to Loan
On improved farm lands
on long time and easy pay
ments at reasonable expense.
] J. S. CRIAG,
* Laurens, S. C.
Dr. T. L, Timmerman
People's Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
J. C. Burns & Company's Big Department Store!
"WE HELP YOU AND YOU HELP US."
Our Selling Same Goods for Less Money Helps You. In Buying Your Goods Here You Help Us. The Red Iron Racket dispensed with High Prices and Big
Profits 15 Years ago when we opened a cash business at No. 210 West Lanrens Street, Laurens, S. C. Underbuying arid Selling Same Goods for Less Money
Six Days in a Week all the year through. That maxim has been proven over and over again by the Red Iron Racket, which adopted this principle at the
start 15 years ago and has maintained it ever since. If by chance you should hear other Merchants knocking Red Iron Racket Store U just think of this little
saying: Elbert Hubbard said "People do not throw sticks at trees that do not bear fruit." As we live we grow and we are stronger believers in Under buying
and Selling Same Goods for Less Money to-day than ever before.
98cts to $1.98
48c to 98c
"Come to the Ned Iron Itackct for
We sell same goods for less money
In all lines of merchandise. "We sell
clothing, hats, shoes, dry goods, mil
linery, notions, Jewelry, watches,
clocks, candy, tobacco, cigars, cigar
ettes, tin ware, glass crockery, lamps,
lanterns, enameled ware, trunks suit
cases, buggy whips, pants, shirts, ov
eralls, underwear, hosiery, cossets,
suspenders, handkercihefs, laces, em
broideries, ribbons, towels, table cov
ers, bed quilts, blankets, sheets, pil
low cases, counterpanes, ladies' ready
to-wear underskirts, dress skirts, shirt
waists, gloves, notions and racket
;oods, soaps, soda, mntches, standard
medicines all for less money. We can
fit the whole family up from baby
All $1.00 Bottles of Standard Medicines for 84 cents. All 50 cents Bottles of Medicine for 42 cents
5 to 29c
SPECIAL VALUES THIS WEEK IN CLOTHING, HATS AND SHOES.
34 to 98cts
38cts Dress Goods 10 to 48cts
Special 4.39 to $14.50
BARGAINS IN THE BASEMENT IN TIN, GLASS, CROCKERY AND ENAMEL WARE
Buy Your Goods at J. C. Burns & Company
They Sell Same Goods for Less Money, and they sell very near everything you need. Spring and Summer Goods arriving daily, now, of the latest creations
Money saved in buying is money made easy. A child can safely buy Goods here?try us. We Sell Same Goods for Less Money to everybody. We appreciate
your Bill, let it be a Little Bill or Big Bill. Our building is Rammed?Jammed Full from the Basement to the Ceiling. Enough said, come and see
Our Goods and Prices Speak for Themselves.
7 rakes Laundry Moap.-'?'><?
1 pk it. Starch.4e
? pk?rs. Washing I'owdcr.23c
RED IRON RACKET
21 ihs Granulated Sinmr.^jt00
1 lb Parched Coffee.23c
We are located completely out of the High-Priced District, 210 West Laurens Street. Don't Spend a Red Cent Until You Get Here