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DEATH OF J. V. PITTS?
F?dliiiabh> Gentleman of the ML Olive
Sit? Ion Pa nun! Away and Hurled at
Poplar Brings, Nov. 2.?Mr. .Ian. Y.
TItts one of our best Citizens died
last Sunday evening at I o'clock, He
?was strick? n with paralysis last Jan
uary, was throe years ago. ami never
?recovered, He has had the host care
and attention that loving hands COUld
give from that tlmo until tllO end
came. HO Is survived l>y seven sons
;.n.' one daughter: Messra 10. C, ,lno.
B,*i \V. M., <i. P., 10. A.. J. T and
Th?r man Pitts and Mrs. Ernestine
jMcItiSSick. He was laid to rest In the
cemetery at Friendship church. His
remains were rollowod to tho cemetery
?y a largo concourse of sorrowing
i elntives and fi lends, Tho funeral
won conducted by his pastor, itov. J.
M. Dallas of Ware Shoals. The pall
bearors were M ssrs RHJa Hagwell,
and son [Infus, I1 (). Walkor, Truman
Oopeland, w. it Davis and Elwoll Wat
kins. There wee many beautiful
flowers placed upon Iiis grave by lov
?Messrs. s. io. lOIIedge, 11. O. Walker,
"VV. It. Davis and .1. I >. South attended
Die musical at Ware Shoals last night
mid report a grand tkuc.
Mr. Jno. W. Hagwell and family
nhd Mr. <!. II. Slchort and faultily spent
todny with Mr. Jno. w. Simpson's
Mr. W. H. Davis and family and Mr.
Jas. W Simpson and family visited
Mr. J. It. Davis today.
Mr. .las. II, Wood and family and
Mr. Truman Copeland and Iiis sister,
Finn Ice visited at Mr. J. P. Simmons
Mr. T. T. Wood and family spent the
<la\ at Dr. .1. I,. Donnan's today.
The school at Poplar Spring will
begin tomorrow with the same teach
ors we iiad last year. Miss Hamb- Wal
lace principal and Miss Lucile Wolff,
Miss Sallh> Klledgc is qulto sick at
'this writing. Wo hope she will soon
Two of itov. las. \. Hughes' chil
dren th.il hive been re,I sick for some
time, wo an Riad lo say are Improv
Mis. .las. A. Walker has been right
oi< k for tin' past week, hut we are
??lad to say Is some better and we
trust she will soon he well again.
**? + *? ?<.**? ? +
* THK COTTON >l VHKKT.
New Yorki Oct. 31. After making
new high rocords for tho season, the
cotton market, became nervous ami
unsottlcil during thi past week owing
to more or less general liquidation,
combined with local or Southern
presAure and selling horn against pur
chases in Liverpool, which some have
Attributed lo an idea that a low grade
crop might weigh more heavily;
ng-nlust Now York than the foreign
Woathor and crop news has boon
of a generally bullish, average but
failed to Inspire much fresh buying
above I I cents for Doconibor, and ex
pectations of Increased spol offerings
with clearing weather In tho bolt
probably encouraged much of tho
subsequent selling. On a break of
nearly half i Cent from the recent
high llgu im, however, the trade were
reported to ho buying more freely.
With OlallUs thai interior spot holders
Were ItOl offering their COtt?.h III the
decline, caused rallies during Fri
day's trading. Notwithstanding the
early appearance of killing frost, in
dividual crop views still showed n
w-ir.o difference of opinion. Accord
ing lo a prominent local statistician,
for Instance, the amount of cotton
ginned to October 18 might he taken
os confirming crop \ lews of around
15,000,000 biles, while the definite es
timates published during tho wook
SiaVO ranged from Ll.fiOO.OOO bales to
14,200,000, These figures Include tho
estimates of a lending English statis
tician placing the American crop at
18,870,000 bales, and probable re
quirement; of I 1,725,000 hales. Such
comparisons havo naturally created a
good deal of bullish sentiment as to
the ultimate course of prices, but
there are not a fow Who Claim that
the crop Is being underestimated and
that tho actual consumption of Amer
ican imay fall short, of bullish views,
particularly as the supply of foreign
growths Is Still expected to exceed
Lust season's. These occasional bear
4ali views of the crop, combined with
unsettled conditions in Mexico and
financial troubles In Boinl ay. have
helped to unsettle the market alter
11? recent, big advance, but. according
/to bullish traders. Friday's rally sug
gested that the selling had been more
hi the expectation of temporary spot
weakness than of permanently lower
Cause of Insomnia.
Tho most common caiiHo of Insomnia
is disorders of the storhach and eon
Htipatlon. ?Ohamborlalus Tablets cor
root these disorders and enable you
to sleep. For sale by all dealers.
>KW RAILROAD FOR CHARLESTON
Papers T/fled with the Secretary of
State Incorporating the Charleston
Columbia, Nov. 1.?Papers were filed
today with the Secretary of State for
a char tor for the "Charleston Northorn
Railway," a road flfty-soven miles long
with its principal places of business,
at Darlington, running thence through
tin., counties of Georgetown, D< rkoloy
and Charleston and terminating' In tho
latter city. This is taken hero to mean
tho Seaboard Air Lino Railroad.
Tho road has a minimum capital of
$28,500 and has tho right, according to
the papers, to increase its capital to
(1,000,000. Tho petitioners Tor tho char
tor aro: i>. T. McKcithan and Bright
Williamson, both wealthy and proml
nonl citizens of Darlington, and .las.
I). Evans, a leading business man of
Tills road it is understood, will con
nect with the Georgetown and SVos.tern
Railroad in the township of Black Rlv
or in Goorgotown county, ami is
thought to lie a pari of the .Soaboard
building from Hamlet, X. ('.. into
Charleston. This will glvo tho mo'rop
olis of South Carolina another railroad
It means a great thing for the future
development of the port and foreshad
ows the Importance of Charleston with
tho opening of the Panama Canal.
* WATTS MILLS ?
* * *?**?****?**??*?
Watts Mill. Nov. ::. (juite a number
of people from here at tended the Sec
ond Laurens Baptist church Sunday,
where an all day singing was held
which was visited by :i largo congre
gation. At half pasl twelve a very
bountiful dinner was served on tho
grounds. The occasion was much en
joyed by all who were present. The
services were conducted by l>. A.
Morgan who lias boon touching a sine,.
iiiK School at that placo for some time.
Among some of the excellent singorS
present were Mr. Gulllll, from near
Fountain Inn, Mr. Riddle, from War
rior creek and Mr. Tom Childless and
daughtor, Miss Annie Kate, and Mr.
.1. <;. Glllesplo, from Watts Mill.
On next Sunday afternoon n very
Interesting programme will be car
ried out at the Luca8 Avenue? Baptist
church by the pastor. Rev. (!. C.
Iledgopeth. The speakers for the oc
casion will be Rov, M. 1.. Lawson, pas
lor of the First Baptist church of
Laurons, Mossrs. !'. B. Bobo and c. H.
Roper. The exercises will hegin at
2:15 o'clock. The public is cordially
The little son of Prof. Myers at this
place Is right sick at this writing.
Mr. -I. 'I'. Brownlec has boon Blclt
tor several days.
Little Mary France? Hedgopotll is
spending a while with her grand
mother, Mrs. Davenport in Greenville
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Word visited at
the home o?.l. W. Word Sunday.
Mi-. .1. It. Heavers conducted servic
es at the m. 10. church Sunday morn
?011*1 l et Bab) Salier With
Eczcnin and Skin Eruptions
Babies need a perfect skln-eovor
Ing, Skill erupt ions cause them not
only intense suffering, but hinder
their growth. DR. IIOBSON'S ECZE
MA OINTMENT can be relied on for
relloi and permanent cure of suffering
babies whose /skin eruptions have
made tholr>]4fa miserable. "Our baby
was alfiic'ed With breaking out of the
skin all over the face and scalp. Doc
tors and skin specialists failed to help
We tried Dr, llobson's Ec/.oiun Oint
ment anil were overjoyed to see baby
completely cured before one box was
used" writes Mrs. Strttblor. Dubuquo,
Iowa. All druggists, or by mail, 50c.
PEE I PEER CHEMICAL CO.
st. l.ouis. Mo. Philadelphia, Pa.
Mayr's Wondei fill Stomach Remed>
Is Recominen Jed and Praised by
Thousands Who Havo
'"[ vns a Hick f ( r
nbotll I a r (: <? III .. i. I U 9
?' i'lVT , al
i^uaS? ' i
MmI^have t'.,n'.s,i|] i lo
v\.f?? fruiu - ' 1 ?
I . dim I v....-; re.iil.aly nnil
i >:i i feel any ;ll pfYc is. 1 ; tri praising ! ?
. r i >? lv to all my fii i< Iv. I tl ink It' ? worth) < i
tlw h ? l praise. B.L. ?OOblvY Roanoko.Vn.'
- fl rera pi Stomacl., I.wr and Int. t in!
Ailment* nre n I ked t.. i Mnyr'fl Wonder
ful Stomucii Itoniody foi . ; i and month
i before lliey feel benefited, hi t try one do*e
which should tu na- f ? i better i.i health
convince you tint yaw will won bo well am
strong, fr--o yc; from |>.>in nnd tv.ffcfinn ai.d give
yo i a sound and healthy Stomach, as it I.
done In thoumnda o( other case*. Wherever I
N taken you will hear nothing i>ut th?> highest
l>rai?-. Go to your ilriiKv;i>t ask him cibout the
?reit results it has 1.n 'accomplishing in cases
Of |>eo|>lo ho knowa or send (o Coo. II. M; vr.
Mfk;. Chemist) tv?.i?r> Waiting St.. Chicago.
III., for a froo book on Stomach Ailments nnd
many grateful letters from i>coi>lt; who havr
For sale by
LAUBENS DRUG CO.
SEE HIM FIRST!
Before the fertilizer salesman arrives, go to y?ur dealer and explain tu him that
you will not buy 2 per cent, goods that contain only 40 pounds of Potash
rFoTASnT P6* ton" *>nww nlm ,na* modern, profitable fertilizers contain from
PAYS I 5 to 10 per cent. Potash, and that the composition of crops and the
IfiTT effect of crops on soils require that
the per cent, of Potash should be
increased until it is as great as, or
greater than, the per cent, of Phos.
f'Ji phoric Acid in the fertilizer. It is this grade of goods that pays you
and your dealer best. The quantity and quality
, of the CTOpS are better and H ? actual plant food
^?' J COStS less per pound.
AK r-r. Write us (or Free Hook with
/J--^^ Profitable lormulaa \
SCENE PROM "THE LEOPARD'S SPOTS"
IT PAYS TO Ol Y
J. C. Burns&Co.'s Department Store
The Red Iron Racket is by far the largest retail house in Laurens. You can buy very near anything
you may need in this Big Department Store: Clothing, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Dry Goods, Millinery, Rib
bons, Laces, Embroidery, Hosiery, Underwear, Notions, Shirts, Collars, Ties, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs,
Gloves, Pants, Overalls, Ladies' Dress Skirts, Shirtwaist, Underskirts. Corsets, Corset Covers, Long
Coats, Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Drugs, Stationery, Candy, Tobacco, Cigars, Trunks, Suit Cases, Um
brellas, Rugs, Oil Cloth, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Crockery, Tin, Glass and Enameled Ware, Lamps,
Lanterns, and Racket Goods at WAY DOWN PRICES.
WHY PAY MORE?
Come to Laurens and buy your Goods at J. C. Burns & Company and Save 10 to 35 per cent of your
hard earned money. Our buildings are packed jam full from Basement to the Ceiling of the worlds'
best merchandise gathered together under one roof ready for your inspection.
THESE GOODS MUST, SHALL AND WILL BE SOLD.
We Guarantee that all Goods listed in our Circular are the same quality as sold by all
other First-class Retail Houses.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. BIG
Soda, Soaps, Matches, Baking Pow
ders, Tobacco, Cigars, etc.
Big stock heavy Winter Shoes nl money
saving prices as Jong as the stock
lasts. Hurry up and gel your Shoes.
You'II save money.
< !onie along John and
Listen to my song
And n<'\ your winter goods
I lefore t hey arc gone.
1 good I (antern Tor.32
Special lot good Sweet Candies, lb .. .10
.lust made a big deal in .Men's hats
going nl .48. .75, .98. $1.39 up to $1.93
Our hals cover the head of this Pied
iiidiiI section like the dew.
Gun Shells, loaded, red hot prices.
G lbs good Pa'rched Cojfee now ....$1.00
Job Int Plates, teacups and saucers
going at per sol.30
Hosiery fur the whole family, warm
members .08c. .10c. .13. .15 np to...25
"We want your trade'* is why Ave sell
same goods Cor less money. /
I large (20c) Tin Bucket . /..10
Ilig values in Tinwaue, ('i
Glassware, down in* tin
(Ionic and sec
Bums is making the firo^Tly. 10 boxes
Searchlight Matches for.25
Good warm Gloves going at 25c. 39c.
48c. up to.98c
75c Corset, 'extra long.43
$1.25 Corset, extra long.93
Four-in-hand Ties and hows, beauties
too.10. .15. .25 to A3
Shirts for ''everyday and Sunday
too...39. .45 up to' .98
Don't <r<> ragged.
Pauls .... . .'.98 up to $4.97
Wear clot lies, feel good, do good,
smile and be happy.
"COTTON is pp. '
Cotton goods at same old prices hero.
Hurry up and buy your cotton goods,
.Money has great working power ;it
Red lr<>u Packet which makes it
possible to sell same goods for less
"SWEETER THAN EVER"
21 lbs standard Granulated Sugar $1.00
NOW FOP RED HOT PRICES
25c Table Oil Cloth .
25c Colgate's Talcum Powder ..
$1.00 Watch, good timepiece ..
$2.00 Solid ^old Band Ring_
K) boxes Matches (worth 50c)
12 cakes Polo Soap.
8 cakes (?iA Laundry Soap ..
20c largo Tin Bucket.
50c .Men's Heavy Underwear..
5c Good Callico.
$3.00 Eight Day Clock.'
1 Durham Duplex Razor, guar
20c Tooth Brush.
1 Table of big values in Crock
50c set while Plates.
50c set Teacups and Saucers .
Don't fail to see our 5c, 10c. 15c
and 25c bargain Tables in the base
$1.25 Men's Pauls.
$1.00 Alarm Clock, wake up ..
3 lbs Epsom Salts (30c) our
1 lb Sulphur (10c) our price..
All $1.00 bottle best Medicines
All 50c bottles, our price ....
WE BEAT TUP WORLD ON
Men's Suits range in price $3.98.
$4.87. $5.98. on up lo $15.00
for a rogular $20.00 Suit.
Special values iu Men's Oxer
coats _$4.G9. $5.98 up to $12.39
Boy's Knee Pants Suits, (lie best
values we have over brought o>
tho Sunny South. Suits range
in pujces $1.39, $1.98. $2.75 up
lo $5.89 I'..:- the $7.00 kind.
1 largo Art Square 0x12 feet at 2.97
$.1.50 largo Rug.98
$6.00 largo Rug, our price .... 4.25
.Men's fine Dress Pauls $1.75.
$1.98. $2.48 up to $4.98 for
the $0.50 kind.
$1.2? Men's Pull Dog Jeans
Pants, our price.98
.lohn B. Stetson Hat at
$3.48 l'.?r the $0.00 kind.
And other fine Hats $2.25 lip to
The latest, crcatiohs in Hats, ami
they arc just beautiful. You will
feel like buying 2 bats when you sec
the low price wo sell them al. Call
and see Miss FlorpllCO JoilCS and let
her make your bat. You will be glad
V0U met M iss Jones.
For everybody from baby up t<>
granddaddy. Wo will save you from
10c. 25c lo ?(Jc a pair on your fall
bill of Shoes if you will come to .1.
C. Burns & Co.. the big Department
Store, and (iguro with us.
$2.00 largo Family Bible.98
Special lot Ladies' Collars.10
10c Lornon and Vanilla Kxlracts .08
2.")c pkg. Black Draught.15
'! cakes ?C Toilet Soap.10
Wo can save you from 15c lo 35c
on your purchases made here.
The proof id' the pudding is eating
of the pudding, not. chewing of tho
bag around I he pudding. The proof
of our saving you 10 to 35 per cent is
in buying your good* here?not mere
ly talking about it.
Come buy a bill and put us to the
MEN'S AND BOY'S CAPS.
Big Cap values going at .15. .25.
Special lot Men's Hats, bought
at house samples and odd lots
going al.68. .98, 1.48
Fine Dress Hats latest styles
$2.r.o guaranteed Hal. for .. 1.98
RED IRON RACKET CREW "Is Johnny On The Spot" and will wait on you. Messrs R. E. Thompson,
R. L. Simpson, Carl A. Bramlett, Smith J. Martin, D. R. Simpson; L. E. Burns and Miss Florence Jones.
Six Special Bargain Days Each Week. Don't Spend a Red Cent Until You Get to
J. C. Burns
RED IRON RACKET
J. C. Burns
We are Located Completely out of the High-priced District 210 West Laurens St., Next to Bramlett's Shop