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? WATERLOO LETTER, ?
'Waterloo, Juno 30.?Elises Minnie
Winn and Wynona Long have return
ed from a week's visit to Greenwood.
Messrs J. C. Smith, J. T. Garrett and
W. C. Wharton were business visitors
to Greenville tills week.
Mr. E. P. Walker is spending a few
days in Waterloo with his home peo
Miss Lillie Oulbertson is visiting
Mr. S. J. Rasor and family in Mount
Prof. Thomas J. Jones, of Laurens,
was a business visitor this week.
Mr. L. L. Dendy, of Columbia, was
here this week.
Mrs. John N. Sims and children, of
Central, are visiting relatives in and
Messrs J. T. Garrott and J. E. Hen
derson spent last week in Hickory
Grove with Mr. John Leec.b and fami
Mis Mary Smith is at home from a
delightful visit to Saluda and Green
Miss Grace Miller returned Sunday
from a visit to her brothers family
On June 24th Mr. Joseph P. Whar
ton, formally of Waterloo but who has
been living In Greenwood for the past
three years, was married to Miss
Viola Keeter at the brides home in
Grover, N. C, Mr. WBiarton and his
bride spent several days in Ashevlllc
and reached Waterloo Saturday.
On Saturday afternon Mr. and Mrs.
W. If. Wharton, the grooms parents
tendered tho happy couple a recep
tion. Quite a largo number were
present and the occasion proved a
very enjoyable one. Mr. and Mrs.
Wharton will make their home In
Greenwood and have the best wishes
of many friends.
Prof. W. P. Culbertson and family
moved to Cross Hill this week. Prof.
Culbertson will be principal of the
Cross Hill graded school for the com
Pirof Yarborough, of S-aluda, has
been elected principal of the Waterloo
Graded School He Is a Wofford grad
uate and comes well recommended.
The same assistants. Misses Culbert
son and Martin, will teach the lower
FOR THE HAIR
hair made?fluffy?soft?abundant and
radiant with life at once. Use Parisian
Sage. It comes i? 50uf bottles.
The first application removes dandruff,
stops itching scalp,cleanses the hair, takes
away the drynessand brittleness, increases
the beauty of the hair, making it wavy
Everyone needs Parisian Sage.
LAURENS DRUG CO.
J.aiucns, S. C.
Harmony, June 28.?Rev. u. A. Ln
mar met his apoinrnent at this place
last Sunday. Every one was well
pleased with his sermon./ He scms to
be growing in favor with all the peo
ple by his earnest conscientious
preaching:. The night servica was
taken up by the little children. The]
larger children had no time to prac
tice because of farm work, so the pro
gram was mostly carried out by the
little tots. It is surprising how Mrs.
Nannie Balentine, Miss Sudic Modlock
and Miss .loe Balentine can teach
these little ones to act their pieces
and sing thei rsongs so well.
Mrs. Clara Balentine and Miss Kate
Modlock have been visiting friends
and relatives at Greenwood this week.
Mrs. Balentine returned home yester
day leaving Miss Medlock to return
Miss Emma Bickens, of Greenville
and Mrs. Mattie Downey, of Laurens,
arc with their mother, Mrs. Mattie
Medlock, for a few days.
Mrs. J. H. Balentine Jr., Is suffering
a great deal from rheumatism.
Mrs. dim Chldress who was reported
as being seriously ill, died nnd was
buried at Turkey Creek church.
Rev. Edgar Davis is at home for a
season. We are glad to have the
preacher here for a short time.
Lisbon) Juno. 30.?Tho fanners have
been quite busy for the last month
getting through planting cotton seed
and sowing peas and sorghum. Tho
crops are very small at this date, and
every thing has to be very favorable
If we make any thing like a crop but
we can't tell what the out come will
bring.. The fruit crop will be a total
failure and we will have to depend
upon the melon crop entirely.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. A. Hallow gave
a dance last week in honor of Misses
Nettie reden, of Fountain Inn, and
Jaynq A. Clement, of Amerlcus, Ga.,
who were tho charming guests of
Miss Hessie llrown. Quite a number
of young people enjoyed the dancing.
Miss Julia Mac Farland. Mrs. \Y. C.
lrby and little Francis were the
guests of Mrs. Hallow Monday after
For Cuts, Hums and Uralses.
In every home there should be a Iwiv
of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ready to
apply In every case of burns, cuts
wounds or scalds. J. Hw-Polanco, Del
valle, Tex., R. No. 2,/Writes: "Buck
lens Arnica Salye y?*avcd my little
girl's cut foot, i No one believed It
could be cured.''' The world's best
salve. Only 2.r> cents. Recommended
by Laurens Drug Co.. Laurens, S. C.
'Big lot Ladies Slippers going at
OS cents. J. C. Hums & Co.
? TYLKRSYILLE DOTS. *
Tylorsville, Juno 30.?The farmers
are very busy after the abundant
rains of last week.
Miss Inez Meyers and brother, Hugh
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. P,
Poolc and family.
Misses LilllO and Mattie Hello Pet
erson spent Friday with Misses Em
ma and Mattie Donnan.
Mr. T. P. Poolo and daughter, Miss
Fannie, attended services at Lcosvllle
Mr. VY. 1'. Patterson, of l.anford.
visited Mr. and Mrs. T. 1'. PoolO and
family last week.
Mrs. Mattlo Clark and Mrs. C. U.
Ooopor were in Clinton Saturday eve
Mrs. Russell Poolc spent last Tues
day with Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Poolc
Mr. N'iles Clark, of Clinton, spent the
week-end with relatives here.
Mrs. .1. YV. Patterson and little
grandson, Master W. C. Garrett, vis
ited her daughter Mrs. P. K. Aher
cromblc near Woodruff last week.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. R. Anderson, of the
Huntington section spent last Wed
nesday with Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Poolc.
Mr. Charlie Pulley spent Sunday
with Mr. Dave Phillips on Dea Ridge.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 1'. Poolc were in
? WATTS MILLS ?
Watts miIIb, Juno :<ov a protracted
meeting has Just closod at Lucas
Avenue Baptist church. Rev. j. a^
Brook, of Greenville, did tho preach
ing. The church was greatly revived
and several sinners converted. Pro.
Brock preached a strong and Impress
ing sermon at every service, and great
and lasting good has hen accomplish
ed in this village.
Bov. J. A. Marler attended tho
Union mooting at Durbin where ho
preached the missionary sermon Sun
iHov. Q. C. Hedge pet h was called
away Sunday to the bed-side of his
father-in-law Mr. Davenport who is
Tho Watts Mills will close Monday,
for the National holiday.
On account of good rains which havo
recontly fallen, gardens and vegeta
tion In general are In a flourishing
The Kng of all Laxatives.
For constipation, hoadache, indiges
tion and dypepsia, use Dr. King's Now
Life Fills. Paul Mauhulka, of Buffa
lo, N. Y., says that they are tho "King
of all laxatives." Thpy" are a blessing
to all my family ;?fid I alwtys hoop
a box at homo. Got a box and get
well. Price 2fi cents. Ilocotnmondod
by The Laurons Drug <'<?., Lau rone,
J. C. Burns & Company's Big Department Store
If you should see 5cts or 25cts lying in your path would'nt?U--pick it up? Well, yes. The same applies
to buying the same goods for less money here. You will save 5 to 25 per cent in buying your goods of
J. C. Burns & Company's Cut Price Store. It's just the same as picking it up in the road and you know
its yours. We buy for less, we sell for less. Figure for Yourself Now for the Red Hot Prices:
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Another Big Week all this Week and Saturday too-Will Look for--lL
BIG LOT REMNANTS.
Good for Waists, skirts. Children's Dresses,
Shirts, and hoy's Bodies. Believe me these
are good values
Remnants of Lace. Now is your time to trim up
75c long Corset only .INc
Spr-cial lot Ladies Kid Gloves, regular $1.00
(Jloves, your choice for.<!9c
1 lot Callico, while it lasts at.4c
10c quality good Bleaching, slight bluing
spots, good quality for . .*. ..7 1-2e
10c Tooth Brush .'.5c
20c Tooth Brush.10c
Special lot fine Candies at per lb.10c
r>c cako Fairy Soap.4c
lue cako Glycerine Soap .II.?c
1 box (3 cakes) fine Toilet Soap.*.10c
1 cake Castllo Soap.5c
$4.00 Art Square (0x12 feet) covers your
1 large .Tuto Smyrna Rug, yours for ... .98c
1 pkg. Washing Powder .4c
Razor, a working model of
plex Razor, a quick shave
Special lino of cool summer Coats, Black Al
.$1.98 up to $1.00
paca and Mohair, goine. |
Dross cool and smile.
$3.00 pair Ladies Shoes.
1 lot S2.",o Men's line Shoes.
$1.00 Men's Dress Shoes .
All wool Men's Suit.
1 boy's School Suit.
$0.50 Boy's Dress Suit .
$20.00 Men's Suits, fine worsteds
35c Men's Dress Shirts .
50c Men's Shirts.89c
f?8e Men's Dress Shirts .48c,
$1.00 Men's Dress Shirt.89c
15c Linen Collars .10c
50c Work Shirts .39c
36c Japanese Rug .19c
3 boxes Searchlight Matches.10c
All roads and telephone lines bad to Rod
Iron Racket, .1. C. Burns & Co's. big Depart
ment Stores. We buy for less, we sell for le-s.
I.aureus, Greenwood, Anderson, Greenville,
Spart anbury, Something doing in I.aureus,
Sample Shoos, Job and odd lots, 1 table full
going at. only .08c
Another table full of Shoes and Slippers, your
Don't go barefooted, you can buy Shoes
Good values to be found here in Ladies Shirt
Waists. Dress Skirts, Petticoats, Corset Cov
ers and Gowns.
Good quality Red Sheets.iKc
$1.26 Umbrella for.98c
Special lot Fans for .5c and 10c
10c box Paper.5c
lac box Paper.10c
'<<? l.inon Collar
i Ladies' Pleached Gauze Vest .5c
I Re Gauze Wst .10c
IOC Gauze Yest .Ke
50c Men's Underwear now going at .... 39c
10 pkgs. (10 lbs.) Knglo Thistle Soda, liest
soda made .25o
$1.00 Overalls Red D on Racket Special . . 79c
Hosiery for the whole family Sox and Stock
ings Tic, Sc, 10c, I3c, 15c, 10c, 25c to ..43c
1 lot of Gobi Filled Waicl.es, Elgin and Wal
thnin movements, cases guaranteed 20 years.
Special price while the lot lasts.$10.00
These watches are worth $15,00 to $18.00.
Buy a watch now am) save lime and money
Special in Ginghams, going at 4 l-2o, G l?2c, up
to per yard.19c
10c Suspenders .Hi'.
?be. Suspenders . 13c.
35c Suspenders .25c
IRC Four in Hand Ties .10c
I cake fine Tar Soap.5c
7 cakes best Laundry Soap .25c
All $1.00 Bottles of Standard Medicines now 79 cent. All 50 cents Bottles now 39 cents. We have hundreds of other bargains in every
department throughout this Department Store. Come and see.
SHOES! SHOES! HIGH CUT AND
Shoes for the whole family from baby to
granddaddy from 10c up to $3.48 a pair.
Let us show you and we will Shoe-TI.
Rig line Clothing to select from.
Men's Suits.$3.48 up to $14.39
Big values in Men's and Boy's nnts and a
big line to select from, prices from 10c,
25c,39c, 48c, 75c, 98c and on up to the
best John B. Stetson A-l Hat $2.97 and
$3.48 for the $4.00 and $5.00 grades. Our
Hats cover the people's heads of this Pied
mont section like the dew.
050 pairs Men's Pauls. 2-legged bargains,
jumping out. Catch 2 pair while tiny
1 lot 300 pairs your choice .98c
1 lot 250 pairs, your choice.$1.25
Special values in Millinery. Ribbons, Lac
es, Embroidery, Gloves. Get them while
they are going.
Good values in Dress Goods, Linens, Lawns,
Cambric, Pleaching, white and colored.
Dress Goods of the Latest weaves for the
hot summer wear. Dress cool, smile and
3 cakes (5c) Toilet Soap.10c
8 boxes (5c) Searchlight Matches for 25c
10 pkgS. (5c) Sod;;, liest made, for
25c quality Table Oil Cloth for_
$1.00 Alarm Clock, wake up _
$1.00 Watch, be on tinv .
$3.50 Eight Day Clock, strikes and
$3.00 largo Family Bible, read and
for yourself, only .
Small Testament ..
Fancy Glass Spun Hair Ornaments,
! . 68c
35c "Window Screens.29c
1 (G-ft) Buggy Whip.10c
20c largo Tin Bucket.10c
10c largo Wash Pan.5c
T.'ic large Covered Steak Dish, only ..50c
flOe (set) large Ice Tea Tumblers only 48c
1 nice Class Pilclioi .25c
1 fsctj Tumblers good.25c
35c Dish Pan.25c
Wo have a full line of Tin, Glass, Crock
ery, and Knameled ware down in the
basement, the coolest place in the city.
Come and see.
Special lot. of Jelly Tumblers, Goblets,
Hotel Tumblers and Coca Cola Glasses.
Our do SOMS beat other people's
say so KS.
Come Quick, Get them While They are Hot. We are Located Completely Out of The High-Priced District,
(Next to Bramlett's Shop) 210 West Laurens Street. Don't Spend a Red Cent until you get to the
10 lbs Best Soda.25c
8 boxes Matches.25c
Red Iron Racket
1000 ROLLS WALL PAPER
louble Rolls 1.30o
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 Happy.
J. C. Burns & Company--5 Red Iron Racket Stores-I.aurens, Greenwood, Anderson, Greenville, Spartanbui'g, S. C.