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* rrinceton Locals. *
'Princetbn, July 5.?Mir. and Mrs. J.
E. Allen and little Miss Helen of
Honoa, Path spent the Fourth with
Mr. T. H. Carter.
Miss Susan Brltt accompanied by
Mr. Arthur Brltt visited friends in
Greenville a few days last week.
Mis-s Lyda Bagwell who has been
visiting relatives in Honea path for
a fortnight will return Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. McCuen spent
Thursday and Friday In Ware Shoals
with 'their son, Mr. J. L. McCuen.
Mr. J. A. Arnold of Pelzer Is visit
ing home folks here.
Master A. J. Moore spent a few days
in Greenville with his aunt, Mrs. .
D. Riddle last week.
Mrs. R. A. Cooper and daughter,
Elizabeth of Laurcns are here visiting
Mr. J. T. Machen.
Messrs. John L. Bagwell and Mexey
Thomoson attended the celebration of
the Fourth at Ware SJioals. 1
Mr. A. J. Sullivan and family ac
companied by their pastor, Rev. Mr.
Jones of Greenville, spent several days
with Capt. J. -B. Humbert last week.
Hon. R. A. Cooper of Laurens, en
route tk> Anderson to attend court
8*pent a few 'hours here Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nash of Foun
tain Inn visited Capt. J. B. Humbert
Mr. Garvcy Ridgeway of Honea
Path was a visitor here Monday.
Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Machen and
children of Yorkvillc have returned
home from a short visit-to Mr. J. T.
Mr. R. P. Bagwell of Ware Shoals
was a business visitor ihere Saturday.
Some of those who spent the Fourth I
in Ware Shoals were: Messrs. J. T.
Machen, J. S. Macefan, Jerry Stone,!
Broadus Goth ran, J. F. Davis and!
"0! 0! THAT ITCHING lM
Try ZEMO; Ski nTroubles Vanish
Buy a 25c bottle today and prove it.
Glory! A remedy for skin tortures
that makes everybody smile and say
"Hooray!" If you have that terrlblo.
fiery, unreachable itohing, scorching,
raw* eczema, prickly heat, rash, tetter,
irritated or Inflamed skin, blotches,
pimples or blackheads, you will mar
vel at the results of ZCMO.
ZEMO is a clean, antlsepticsolution,
not a grease or ointment, itching van
ishes at the first application. This is
absolutely guaranteed vor money re
funded. Use It "*>u ?io baby, too, It
gives Immediate reM in all skin tor
tures. Dandruff an? scalp Itchng van
"Suffered 23 years with eczema. Fin
ally tried ZEMO. It cured me sound
and well. That was 15 months ago.
ZEMO Is a blessing." Mrs. E. Eason,
ZEMO Is sold In 25c sealed bottles
and guaranteed in Laurens by Lanreus
* Poplar Spring Dots. *
Poplar, July 5.?Well the glorious
?fourth has come and gone. Some from
this community went to Ware Shoals
and '.. .'Hi Messrs. Rembert, ^Nichols
and Irby speak, and some of our
young men and some that were not
as young as they once were went fish
ing at Boyd'8 Mill. They carried a
nice chance of fish and 'had an old
time fish fry on the river hank which
was very much enjoyed by all pres
Tho crops in this vicinity are look
ing very well, but they are about two
weeks late and are beginning to need
rain, corn especially.
Mrs. Mary Burnett and children of
Greenwood are visiting her father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Walker.
Mr. W. B. Davis and family were the
guests of Mr. J. W. Redden dnst Sat
Poplar Spring Sunday school will
have children's day exercises Saturday
July 12. All are nvlted to be present
and enjoy the day.
Mr. A. E. Pitts lost a valuable horse
last Tuesday night.
The health of the community Is very
good at this writing.
We are showing a dandy line of
Porch Furniture marked at very low
S. M. & E. II. WIDKES & CO.
Hots From Orn,
Ora, July 8.?'Mrs. I. N. Kennedy
left this morning for a fortnight's
visit to friends in Tennessee.
' Rev. I. N. Kennedy left today for
Alabama. He will hold a three weeks'
meeting for Rev. J. L. Pressly.
Mrs. Howard Caldwell, of Columbia,
was the guest last week of her slstor,
Mrs. O. L. Hunter. Mrs. Caldwell ad
dressed the Civic League at a meet
ing aold at the home of the president,
Mrs. W. J. Fleming.
The Friday Afternoon club luus^oen
reorganized with the reelection or the
former officers, Mrs. W. M. Bryeon,
president, Miss Lizzie Cralg, vice
president, Mrs. D. M. McCllntoek, sec
retary and treasurer, and Mrs. W. U.
The following teachers are attend
ing summer schools: Misses Bessie
and Mamie Byrd, at Charlottesville,
Va., Misses Margaret and Janie Blake
ly, at Knoxvllle, Tcnn., and Miss Alice
McCllntoek, at Rock Hill.
Mrs. W. J. Bryson entertained tho
Ladies Aid society at its last meet
ing. Miss Lizzie Hagan assisted her
sister, Mrs. Bryeon, in serving a de
licious salad and Ice course.
Mr. and Mrs. Muse, formerly Miss
Eliza McDonald, of Dccatur, Ga., are
visiting relatives here. They stopped
over onroute to their home from a
bridal trip to the mountains of west-!
ein North Carolina.
Meedames S.- II. Fleming and J. S.
MoCllntock spent a most enjoyable
day Thursday, with Mrs. Fannie Bailey
'Mrs. R; A. Young, of Tennessee, has
made an extended visit to hor parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Blakely.
Sallow complexion is due to n tor
pid liver. DR. M. A. SIMMON'S LIV
ER MEDICINE purifies and strength
ens the liver, regulates the bowels,
sweetens the breath an drostoros tho
ruddy hue of health to the k .ceks.
Price *J5 cents per package. Sold by
Lauren:- Drug Company, I>auienn, S.
Bridge to Let.
On Tuesday the fifteenth of July A.
D., 1913 at 1 o'clock P. M., the Board
of County Commissioners of Lnurons
County will let to the lowest respon
sible bidder tho contract for building
a bridge over Reedy River at Tumb
ling Shoals, In said county according
to plans and specifications to bo ex
hibited at tho letting: All bids must
be accompanied a certified check
of $100.00 as guarantee of good faith
that bidder will if awarded contract
exocuto written contract and satis
factory bond, for performance of same
within ten days after award. The
right Is explicitly resorved to reject
any or all bids, letting to be at the
H. B. HUMBERT,
48-3t. Co. Supervisor.
15c Buggy Whip for 10c at J. C.
Burns & Co.
? LANFOFn NKVTH. *
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l?anfofd. July 7.?Tho Fourth iflws
?od off vory quietly. The M. E. ?ro
?ay school had a picnic at Fleming*?
which was much enjoyed by all who'
attended. The ice cream ?upnor at C,
L. Waldrep'a was quite a succumb. A
nice ?um was realized.
MIbb Ruth roolo Welted Mi?? itobin
Patterson last week.
?Miss Jnnet Ferguson, of Woodruff.,
is visit1";: Miss Carry Ia>u lliggins and
Miss Uobin Patterson.
uMls? Pauline Nelson an<l Ml?s AI ?
lino Deshleldfi are tho gu?estH of Mlsa
Othella Johnson. *
'Mrs. P. A. Thomas has returned to
her home in Spnrtnnburg.
Mr. ti(h). FergUBOn, of tfroors, 8. C,
is visiting at J. S. lllgglns.
Mrs. Minnie Willis hoe rcttirtu*l
from a visit to (!nay Court.
Quite i" number from here attended
the barbUCUe at Woodruff tho Fourth.
Mrs. Mattic Ivan ford Improves slow
Mr. Li, M. Cannon wu? a buslnosn
visitor to Ijaurens Monduy.
Miss Lottie l ..i n t<>nl has the measles
Mr. W. E. Tliomas spent the Fourth
here with his family.
Mr. E. H. Moore is visiting trdfl sou
in Washington, I). C.
(Miss Flossie Ixmford i? at lu>m? for
a month's rest.
J. C. Burns & Company's Big Department Store
Goods are going fast. Hundreds of other items at greatly reduced prices are included in this Big
July Sale. We buy for Less and we Sell for Less. Come and see?figure for yourself.
Now for the Red Hot Prices at the Big Store?Red Iron Racket.
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Another Big Week all this Week and Saturday too-Will Look for-U.
BIG LOT REMNANTS.
Good for Waists, Skirts, Children's Dresses,
Shirts and Hoy's Bodies. Believe me these
are good values
Remnants of Dace. Now is your time to trim up
75c long Corset only..-...48c
Special lot Ladies Kid Gloves, regular $1.00
Gloves, your choice for.69c,
1 lot Callico, while it lasts at.4c
10c quality go 1 Bleaching, slight bluing
spots, good i, lality for.7 l-2c
10c Tooth Brush .5c
20c Tooth Brush.10c
Special lot lino Candies at per lb.10c
fie cake Fairy Soap.4c
10c cake Glycerino Soap.6c
1 box (3 cakes) fine Toilet Soap.10c
1 oako Castile Soap.:.5c
$4.00 Art Square (9x12 feet) covers your
1 large Jute Smyrna Rug, yours for ....98c
1 pkg. Washing Powder.4c
1 Razor, a working model of the Durham Du
plex Bazor, a quick shave.29c
Special line of cool summer Coats, Black Al
paca and Mohair, going at . .$1.98 up to $4.(59
Dress cool and smile.
$3.00 pair Ladies Shoes.$2.18
1 lot $2.50 Men's fine Shoes.$1.48
$4.00 Men's Dress Shoes.$3.48
All wool Men's Suit...$6.39
1 boy's School Suit.$2.98
$6.50 Boy's Dress Suit .$L98
$20.00 Men's Suits, fine worsteds, tailored
garment for .$15.00
35c Men's Dress Shirts.25c
50c Men's Shirts .39c
68c, Men's Dross Shirts .48c
$1.00 Men's Dress Shirt.89c
15c Linen Collars .' .10c
50o Work Shirts .89c
35c Japanese Rug .19c
3 boxes Searchlight Matches.10c
All roads and telephone lines lead to Bed
Iron Hacket, J. C. Burns & Co's. big Depart
ment Stores. We buy for less, we sell for less.
Laurens, Greenwood, Anderson, Greenville,
Spartanburg, Something doing in Laurens,
Sample Shoes, job and odd lots, 1 table full
going at only .98c
Another table full of Shoes and Slippers, vour
Don't go barefooted, you can buy Shoes
Good values to be found here In Ladles Shirt
Waists, Dress Skirts, Petticoats, Corset Cov
ers and Gowns.
Good quality Bed Sheets.48c
$1.25 Umbrella for.98c
Special lot Fans for.5c and 10c
10c l>ox Paper.5c
15c box Paper.10c
15c. Linen Collar .10c
1 Ladies' Bleached Gauze Vest .5c
15e. Gauze Vest.19c
10c Gauze Vest .He
50c Men's Underwear now going at .... 39c
10 pkgS. M0 lbs.) Eagle Thistle Soda, best
soda made .25?
$1.00 Overalls Bed Iron Racket Special ..79c
Hosiery for the whole family Sox and Stock
ings 5c, Sc, 10c, 18c, I5c, 19c, 25c to ... 48c
1 lot of Gold Filled Watches, Elgin and Wal
tham movements, eases guaranteed 20 years.
Special price while the lot lasts.$10.00
These watches are worth $15.00 to $1X.00.
Huy a Watch now and save lime and money
special In Ginghams, going at 4 1.2c, 6 I-2c, up
to per yard.10c
20c Suspenders . 134:
35c Suspenders .25c,
15c Four in Hand Tics .10c
1 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! SnOESI 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 wc will Shoe-U.
Big line Clothing to select from.
Men's Suits.$3.48 up to $14.39
Big values in Men's and Boy's lints 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.
950 oairs Men's Pants, 2-legged bargains,
j* >ing out. Catch 2 pair while they
1 lot 300 pairs your choice.98c
1 lot 250 pail's, your choice.$1.25
Special value in Millinery, Ribbons, Lac
es, Embroiaery, Gloves. Get them while
they are going.
Good values in Dross Goods, Linens, Lawns,
Cambric,' Bleaching, 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) Soda, best mode, for . .25c
25c quality Table Oil Cloth for.15c
$1.00 Alarm Clock, wake up .59c
$1.00 Watch, bo on time.68c
$3.50 Eight Day Clock, strikes and tells
$3.00 large Family Bible, read and know
Lor yourself, only .98c
Small Testament. 10c
Fancy Glass Spun Hair Ornaments, only
35c Window Screens .29c
1 (6-ft) Buggy Whip.10c
20c large Tin Bucket.10c
10c large Wash Pan.5c
75c large Covered Steak Dish, only ..50c
60c (set) large Ice Tea Tumblers only 48c
1 nice Glass Pitcher.25c
1 (set) Tumblers good.25c
35c Dish Pan.25c
We have a full line, of Tin, Glass, ('rock
ery, and Enameled ware down in the
basement, the coolest place in the eily.
Cornc and see.
Special lot of Jelly Tumblers, Goblets,
Hotel Tumblers and Coca Cola Glasses.
Our do SOES beat other people's
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
J. ('. BUHNS A CO.
SELLS IT I'OK LESS.
Come 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-Laurens, Greenwood, Anderson, Greenville, Spartanburg, S. C.