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Madden, Aug 18.?The BtoeR show
at tliis place passed off quietly, ploas
antly and profitably.' The writer, ow
ing to slckuess, was prevented from
being present, but we-have heard
some cxpresr, theniHclvcH as pleuHcd
with the speeches, especially the one
on fertilizer. The demonstration by
Miss FYaser, of Winthrop, of the tire
less cooker und her talk on* sume, as
well as more conveniences for
fariuor women wan enjoyed and we
hope it will have fruit. She guve one
example of where waterworks, neces
Barlly crude of course, but still run
ning water, was Installed for $1.50.
The ladles Aid society served the
crowd with good lunches, lee tea and
coffee, und most delicious hash. The
hash pot was presided over by Misses
I^aiiRKtonl and Cunningham, The hash,
which was pronounced excellent, was
the result of their oulluary art?the
only fault that could be; round was
there was not enough.
The ladles wish to thank all who
holped them so materially. Imperially
serviceable that day were. MessrB
John Powers, Thurman Flnley and
The Sunbeams had a good time of It.
( Misses A'/lle Wofford, Ora Power?,
lioulse Dean wish to thank all who
kltfdly aided them. Tom P. Culbcrt
Bon and .lohn W. Wofford were help
Dr. and Mrs. (}. C. Cunningham, of
Mlddlebury, are now with homefolks
here and were greeted by a host of
friends stock show day. They are
both looking well and are being cor
dially received by friends and rela
The friends of Dr. Cunningham are
lookinJg forward to hearing him Bing
In the old home church Sunday. He
was a wonderfully sweet, well train
ed voice. The Langston voice, trained
is necessarily par excellence.
Miss Annie Loo Pryson, of Green*
vllle, Is visiting Miss Louise Dean.
MIsb Sara Pryson, of Clinton, was
Supt. Wright, Mrs. Wright and
Walker Martin, of Fnorco, came down
In their car Saturday for the stock
Messrs Joe Wofford, of Greenville
and Jared Johnston Wofford, of Wood
raff, spent the week end with their
uncle J. A. Wofford.
T*tie friends of Percy W. Flnley
will be glad to hear that he Is able
to viBit around. He and family, to
gether with Dr. and Mrs. Cunning
ham, will be the gucBts of Mr. and
Mrs. J. II. Flnley today.
Mr. Hoy Bolt, of Anderson, la on
a visit to his sister, Mrs. J. Dennis
.Mr. Jolin Powers, and daughter,
Ora, are viHiting relatives near Ty
The ordinance of baptism will be
administered at New Prospect Sun
day. There are five candidates.
? KABUN NEWS. ?
Rabun, Aug. IS.?Dr. Martin, of
Blmpsonvllle, has located In the Hick
ory Tavern section, and is with Mr.
J. L. Baldwin, Hickory Tavern.
We are glad h" has locale 1 in this
BceMon and hope he'll be ,deas- d with
Mr. T. F. Babb and daughter, Miss
Mae. attended the Mnhalfey-Pcnnott
Wedding In Towrfvlllo Thursday.
Miss Nannie Kate Hudgons of Lau
rens Is visiting Miss Rucia Wolff this
Mr. Clarence Nichols and family of
Fountain Inn were visiting in this,
Friendship and l?den communities last
Mr. Will Bolt purchased a Ford
touring autlmobtle last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Houston Babb are all
smiles -Its a little girl.
Mrs. Rebecca Owens and Mrs. Nancy
Owens spent Friday with Mrs. T. F.
Mrs. John Mahon, and son Frank,
of Greenville, are visiting in this com
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Bean] of Fasley
after a continued visit of several days,
returned to their home Monday.
Mrs. Emma Brooks and Mrs. Kate
Owens of Eden spent Friday with
MTB. T. H. Babb.
Suffered Kczemn Fifty Years ?Now
Seems a Iouk time to endure tho
awful burning, Itching, smarting, skin
disease known as "tetter"?another
name for Eczema. Seems good to
realize, also, that Dr. Hudson's Ecze
ma Ointment has proven a perfect
Mrs. 1). T,. Kennedy writes:?"I
cannot sufficiently express my thnnks
to you for your Dr. Hobson's Eczema
Ointment. It has cured my tetter,
which has troubled me for over fifty
years." All druggists or by mall, rjOc.
PFEIFFER CHEMICAL CO.
St. Ixnils, Mo. Philadelphia, Pa.
Sewing machines just received, the
famous "Wllkes" Special, the ma
chine that Is guaranteed for a life
time and you don't have to pay any
more for It than' you would ordinarily
for a shoddy low grade machine.
Call and let us show these to you.
S. M. & E. II. WILKES & CO.
Princeton, Aug. 18.?Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Allen and daughter, Helen, of
Honfea Path, spent Wednesday with
Mr. T. H. Carter.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Carter are In
Honea Path vlBlting Mrs. Allen.
Miss Grace Monroe has returned
home from u visit to relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. Kclley Traynham of
Greenville are here with the former's
lather, Mr. Jasper Traynham. .
Mr. Pen Taylor and family of Green
wood, are visiting relatives here.
Miss Eugenia Monroe is visiting htr
cousin, Miss L?na Moore in Honea
.Mrs. J. P. Pritt, Miss Susan Prltt,
Messrs. A. J. Monroe and Walter Da
vis spent Thursday In Honea Path.
Miss Margaret stokes of Greenville
visited relatives and friends here last
Mr. Marshal) Sharpo and two sons
of Woodruff are spending a few days
with his mother, Mrs. A. W. Sharpc.
Miss Maude Sharpe has returned
home after an extended visit to Pine
wood, Georgetown and Columbia.
Miss Helen (laln'es of Garnett Is the
guest of Miss Klddye Arnold this
Mrs. A. J. Sullivan and daughter,
Dols of Greenville are visiting ('apt.
J. P. Humbert.
Mrs. M. M. Arnold, accompanied by
her sons, Hendrlx and Frank spent
Tuesday In Honea Path.
Mr. R. M. McGcc, Misses Perth"
Mil ford and Peasle Shirley of Ander
son spent a few days last week with
Miss Klddye Arnold.
Miss Klddye Arn'old returned Thurs
day from a week's visit to friends near
Mr. Sloan, Misses Mary and T.yda
Bagwell picnicked with the Honea
Path crowd at Erwln's mill last Thurs
Mrs. Wade Dent has returned to Co
lumbia after a visit to Mrs. A. W.
OLD AUTO TIRES!
I buy worrf out automobile tires at
Always lit the market for Hides,
Tallow, Pqeswax, Scrap Iron. Scrap
Rubber, .Metal and Burlap, and Pur
Write for Further Information.
EARLY FALL ARRIVALS
ARE NOW READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION
These new goods, just from the manufacturers, are all of the
latest shades and designs and are well worth your inspection.
New Dress Ginghams in all colors
New Ratine in all shades and
A special lot of Ready-made
Gingham Dresses for the Children.
A complete new line of Middy
Blouse . 50cts and $1.00
Apron Check Gingham at. 5c
A fine line of 30-inch and 40-inch
Sea Island at.
Beautiful White Crepe for Gowns
at only. 15c
Soisette, Satin Stripe Crepe, Mer
cerized Poplin?all beautiful goods
in every shade and design.
GET IT BY PARCEL TOS I
FROM H. TERRY.
GET IT BY PARCEL POS V
FROM H. TERRY.
Surprise Wedding at Gaffney?Daugh
ter of .Mr. 1). R. Lavender.
Gaffney, Aug. 14.?Quite a surprise
ing event in Gaffney was the marriage
of Mr. Francis J, Galloway and Miss
Bertha Lavender, which happy event
took place at the First Baptist par
sonage Tuesday night. Rev. J. &. Dill,
pastor of the First Baptist church,
olllciated. immediately following the
ceremony the younjg couple left for
the "land of the sky" where they will
spend their honeymoon, visiting Hen
dcrsonville, Asheville and other cities.
Upon their return to Gaffney, Mr. and
Mrs. Galloway will be at home at SG
Mr. Galloway Is a well known and
progressive young business man) of
Gaffney while the bride Is the pretty
and accomplished daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. D. R. lavender.
THE BEST HOT WEATHER TONIC,
BROVE'S TASTELESS Ml TONIC
The Old Standard, General Tonic. Drives out Malaria,
Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System.
FOR GROWN PEOPLE AND CHILDREN.
It is a combination of QUININE and IRON in a tasteless form that wonder -
fully strengthena and fortifies the system to withstand the depressing effect of
the hot summer. GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC has no equal for Malaria,
Chills and Fever, Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and
vigor to Nursing Mothers and Pale, Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness with
out purging. Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to
action and purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete
' Strengthened Guaianteed by your Druggist. We mean it. 50 cents.
J. C. Burns & Company
RED IRON RACKET
August Special Sale
This Week Special!
10 yards Callico.
SPECIAL Tills WEEK.
S yards Dress Patterns. White and fancy Dress Goods,
worth !(?<? to 15e per yard,??peeial 8 yards for.69
Men's Pants, worth $1.25 to $1.50, choice this week,
Special Suspender Deal M?s week (worth 15c to 20c) .10
ti spools best Thread.23
5 spools (good) Thread.19
Special Lo1 Ladies' Slippers worth $1.25 up to $1.50,
10c bottle Extract.07
25c Buggy Whip.10
All 50c hot tics.39
Red Hot Special This Week!
10 boxes (")<?) Matches, special this week.25
10 pkgs (10 lbs.) best Soda. Eagle Thistle.25
:? cukes (5c) Toilet Soap, this week.10
25c quality Table Oil Cloth, special this week.15
$1.00 Alarm Clock.49
14 cakes Laundry Soap (Snaps) .25
7 cakes best Laundry Sonp.25
4 pkgs Lump Starch.15
25c Colgates Talcum Powder, this week.13
1 lb. can (25c) Airfloat Talcum Powder, this week.15
.'I lbs. Epsom Salts, worth 10c lb. elsewhere,.10
1 lb. Sulphur, worth 10c lb. elsewhere, for.05
All $1.00 bottle Standard Medicines this week.79
Worth $1.00 elsewhere.
Special Table Remnants!
All odd piece's, and short, closing out this week.
Special prices in Clothing this week.
1 lot nice Summer Cool Coals, closing out. . i ?* ? *
25c Underwear this week.19
50c Underwear this week.38
Special values in Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Dress Skirts,
Shirtwaists, 1 ndorskirts.
Special Ribbons, Laces and Embroideries. >
THIS WEEK SPECIAL.
Rugs, 2T.\.")4 inches, Japaneso Rurs. .. .19*
Jute Smyrna Rugs, size 30x64, worth $1.50, special this
Large Art. Square, 9x12 foot, special.2.47
$1.00 Watch, this week.59
BURNS* Red Hot Prices are now playing a leading part in each and every department
of this Big Department Store.
.1. ('. BURNS A COMPANY
210 WEST LATHENS ST.
NEXT TO BRAMLETTS SHOP
RED IRON RACKET
J. ('. BURNS & COMPANY
210 WEST LAUBENS ST.
NEXT TO BRAMLETT'S SHOP
J. C. Burns & Company the Price-Slaughterers at Laurens, Greenwood, Anderson and Greenville, S. C.