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SULPHUR SPRINGS. ?
Sulphur Springs?May 12,-r-Tho
farmers are about up with tholr work
until It rains. Cotton and corn are
coming up slowly owing to the con
tinued dry weather.
?Mrs. O. W., Teaguo and daughter,
Miss Minnie, and granddaughters,
MIsbcb Ruth and Fay Hill, and Little
Frances Teaguo were the guects of
Mr. and Mrs| O. Y. Hellams, of Gray
Court, tho latter part of the Week.
Mrs. John Cannon and son, Otis,
viBlted in Laurens last Thursday and
Misses Dcssic nnd Lula and Messrs.
John and Henry Watkins, of Mad
dens, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. G. Martin last Sunday.
Mr. Cleveland McPherson was a vis
itor in the Center Point neighborhood
I ' Mr. Mack Elmore, one of our old
Confederate veterans, was very badly
bitten by a dog last Friday.
Mr. and Mre. E. W. Teague have a
very sick baby at this writing.
Mrs. .1. K. McPherson and children
I spent last Thursday with her brother,
J. W. Saxon and family.
Wo have just received our annual
invitation to the closing exercises of
the Jones high school which comes off
the 15th, from our old friend, Dr. Wil
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Snxon and lit
tle Misses Louise and Jessie wero the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Martin,
Several of our children are at home
from school at "Waterloo this week,
owing to the critical Illness of Miss
LIHie Culbertson, one of tbo teachers.
Mr. J. M. Smith and Bon were busi
ness visitors in Laurens Saturday.
Mr. W. B. Munday. of Oakvillc and
little son spent Thursday night here.
Mt. Olive, May 12.?The farmers of
this section are about' through plant
ing. Those who planted early have a
very good stand of cotton. Rain is
much needed to 'bring up the later
Mr. Leonard Bolt of Honea Path
attended Sunday school here Sunday.
Dr. and Mr? J. O. Martin and
daughter Miss Llllle visited at Mr. W.
W. Cooper's Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones Redden of the
Fork section were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. R. A. Knight, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cooper visited
at Mr. Jeff Jones' Sunday.
Miss Bessie Cooppr spent Friday
with Miss Mollio Culbertsou.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Cooper visited
at Mr. M. W. Hill's Sunday.
Misses Lilllo Martin and Eula Mac
Knight ar-.d Mr. Stokes Martin visited
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Martin at Ware
Shoals Sunday evening
Mrs. Lizzie Washington, accom
panied by her little grandson, Jamie,
is visiting her son, Rev. J. H. Wash
ington, at Pledmlnt.
Mr. and Mrs. Osgood Martin of
Ware Shoals, spent the week-end with
Dr. J. O. Martin and family.
Miss Nannie Washington was the
guest of Miss Mary Hill Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cooper visited
.Mrs. Cooper's father, Mr. J. W. Moore,
who Is real sick, at his home at .Ekom.
The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Goodlet Hughes, of Greenwood, was
laid to rest in the Mt. Olive cemetery
Sunday. The bereaved parents have
our heart-felt sympathy.
* LAN FORD NEWS* J
Lauford, May 12.?Mr. Homer Fer
guson of Greer, spent Friday night
at J. S. HigginB'.
* Mr. C. L. Waldrep and son Yates,
attended the quarterly meeting at
Sandy Springs Saturday
Mr. and -Mrs. L?. M. Cannon Bpent
the week-end in Spartanburg.
Mr. Hill Ferguson of Marion, N. C,
was the guest of Mrs. J. S. Higgins
Miss Nellie Welborn and Louie Len
i ford were in Laurens. Thursday on
Mrs. J. D. John has returned form'
a visit to Arcadia, S. C.
Mr. John Harmin was a business
visitor to L/aurens Saturddy.
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Patterson were
called to Spartanburg Saturday to the
bed side of their daughter, Miss ltuth,
who Is suffering with an attack of
Mrs. Bula Patterson entertained
her Sunday school class at the M. B.
Church, Friday night.
Capt. J. W. Lanford visited In
Edgefleld last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cunningham and
Miss Mary Patterson were business
visitors to Woodruff Monday.
Miss Etolia Lanford was in Laa
rens Monday on business.
Dorn to Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Lanford.
a son, May 6th 1913.
New arrivals of Millinery each week
and the prices are away, down.
Come and get Your Hat.
J. C. Burns & Co.
Red Iron Racket
The House that Sells Same Goods for Less Money Six
Days in a Week all the Year Throughout. We
have now ready Hundreds of Special Values
awaiting your inspections. It will pay
you to come and see the wonderful
values that are being sold here.
Dandy 25 cts
48cts to 94cts
Special Values 98cts.
Special 10c Set
39c to 98c
Special 10c and 15c
We Dress Children head to fsot
SPECIAL VALUES THIS WEEK IN CLOTHING, HATS AND SHOES.
All $1.00 Bottles of Standard Medicines for 84 cents. All 50 cents Bottles of Medicine for 42 cents
BARGAINS IN THE BASEMENT IN TIN, GLASS, CROCKERY AND ENAMEL WARE
We are located completely out of the High-Priced District, 210 West Lauren* Street. Don't Spend a Red Cent Until You Get Here
RED IRON RACKET
1000 ROLLS WALL PAPKR
1 lb Parched Coffee.28c
1000 ROLLS WALL PAPER
DOUBLE ROLL ., ?.^
21 Ihs Orannhited Sugar .TTTTTsT?n
And You will wear the Smile that never comes off and when you get back home with the Goods Your Sweet Wife and Children will Smile and be Ha
J. C Burns & Company's (5 Red Iron Racket Stores) Laurens, Greenwood. Anderson. Greenville, S. C, and Charlotte, N. C.