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JONES NEWS. *
Jones, Aug. 10-Mr. Frank Mitchell
Is a very successful fisherman.
Mr. G. L. Graham has a very line
Mr. and Mrs. lerring. of Marion,
itro visiting the latter's parents, Dr.
and Mrs. WV. Townes .ies.
Mi. P'oimp Connor, of Cokesbuiry, Is
supplying the Ware Shoals ikuarket
with cloice grapes.
Wo are indebted to Messrs M. A.
Reeves, J. A. Johnson, Wash Pollard,
A. V. Austin, Ernest Vamadore, Pierce
Robertson, J. J. Dallas, John Thomas,
.llarley Crane. .Ieter Odell, S. L. Long
and other friends for recent kind fav
Mr. Joseph Roberts, of Oklahoma,
formerly a native of this state,'is on a
visit to friends and relatives.
Our friend, Mr. James Simpson, of
Brewerton, recently visited his son,
Mrs. Norwood Graham, of Hodges,
and Mrs. Thomas Graham, of Ander
soi, were the recent guests of Mrs.
G. L. Graham.
Hon. J. 11. Aloore, of Abbeville, and
Mr. and Mrs. .leff Moore, of Green
wood, visited their father, Mr. Wn.
Henry Moore, last week.
Rev. Smith, of Greenwood, assisted
Rev. Edwards in a series of meetings
at Walnut Grove last week.
Though somewhat late, we wish to
add our tribute of respect to the
memory of our warm friend, MIr.
Walker M. Higgins, who passed away
on the 1st, and was laid to rest in
Turkey Creek cemetery In the pres
once of a large assemblage of rela
tives and friends. Rev. J. M. Dallas
conducted the funeral services in his
usual tender, sympathetic and coni
forting manner. He was a splendid
citizen and devout christian. We ten
der our sincere sympathy to the be
Mr. Bobbett is on a visit to North
Mrs. J. C. Mabry has returned from
a visit to Spartanburg.
Mr. Plunkett Oulla, of Florence, is
on a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Oulla.
We are indebted to Messrs. Booth
Hill, John Strawhorn, J. R. McNinch,
Edgar Madden and Miss Maggie Bris
soy for choice fruit and melons.
Mr. J. T. Medlock, of Greenwood, is
on a visit to relatives at Brewerton.
Messrs Walter and Frank Jones at
Men Pay Homage
,v to Mother's Friend
'q fini not surprised to oberve the
humber of men who comi into the store
to purchase 'Mother'n
Friend.' " remarked
a leading d1'ggist.
I t b.e a happy
19thought to s e n d
hubby to the (Irug
.R trr e. "Mother's
Frienid" is applield
externnlly over t1ho
It is a gentle,
Denetrates to the finenertwork or nerves
beneath tho skhii anot has a moarkecd
tendency to relievo the muscubitr strtaun
to wvhich these broad, flat ab domnl
muscles are subijected. The~ cords, teni
dons andI igaments are thtus permhittedt to
stretch without the correspondinog su rfae
strain so often involved diuring thle perid
of expectation. Tis in part account s for
the entire absence, in nmnny cases repiorted,
of nausea, morning slekneyN and~ other
distresses, ptuch as laecrnutio~n or t he ejpl
dierrnis 5o of:ena thee u~ wfwnti ChI gentile
formn of lubriienth ni is negiectel.
"Mother's - Friend" has been highly
recommnendled by a host of women who
know from experience andl by mna whol
know from obseirvatton. Write Ulradnleht
Regulator Co., 308 Lamar Bldg., Atanta.
(Ca., and we will sendl you a valuablo littig
book to expectant mothers,
Prepart to feed yourself and
Call on R. (1. Sullivan at the
Tumbling Shoals Mills, for seed
Come to tihe Big Stfre and buy
Red Rust Proof ne/Oats, and
Winter Seed R ye,'anid Crimuson
Cotton Seed Meal delivered
anywhere w ithin the city limits.
Talk to the "Big Chief" and
trade with the Bo-,s.
The Big Store is open from 6
a. mn. to 6 p.* m.
1.A IlIMOS 8 0
tended the old soldiers reunion at
Quaker, last Saturday and enjoyed It
lion. J. F. Morrison attended the as
sociation of Due West last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Washington, of
Pelzer, are visiting relatives and
ltev. It. F. Morris, of Princeton, was
the guest yesterday of Mr. G. L. Gra
Misses Lillian and Belle Jones have
returned home after visiting friends
and relatives in Winnsboro and Co
Dr. Jones has entered the race for
re-election to the legislature and will
be profoundly grateful to all his
friends who may kindly remember
him on the 25th inst.
Mr. .1. T. Garland and Miss Grace
Logan leave Wednesday for several
days' visit ft the northern markets
where they %yill purchase a fall line
of dry goods and millinery for the
Ware S'lhoals Mfg. Co's. department
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* WATTS MILL NEWS. *
Watts Mill, Aug. 10-Mr. MI. C.
Davis, of Greenville, visited his daugh
ter, Mrs. N. E. Burns, last week.
Miss M1ay Garrett returned home
from Enoree Saturday.
Mrs. 1. C. Clark returned home Sat
urday ai'er a visit among relatives in
.1. .l. Moore antd family visited at
the hotie of G. E. Moore on Sunday.
Mrs. .1. P. Stroud and family are
now visiting relatives ttear Enorce.
Misses ltolia Word, of Clinton, and
Bessie Brown, of Williatmston. are
now visiting friends at titis place.
Mr. M. A. Wallace visited at Watts
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Duvall, of
Greenwood, are now visiting at the
hotn of G. W. Martin, near Watts
Miss Ethel Farrow is now spending
her vacation at Pelzer and Calhoun
Mrs. S. B. Switzer and daughter, of
'Owings station, visited her son, F. W.
Mrs. W. 11. Wilburn and family, of
Cross Keys, are visiting at the home
of Mr. J. C. Clark, on Lucas Avenue.
Rev. J. A. Marler and family. of
Mills Mill, are visiting at E. B. Tem
Mrs. Maud Bobo, of Anderson, is
now visiting her mother, Mrs. R. 11.
Mrs. Rufus Carter has gone on a
visit among relit.'ves in North Caro
We are sorry to report that the lit
tle daughter of Mr. R. L. Tinsley, who
hai been sick for some time, is still
Mrs. Clara Frady and little son, of
S.nutrents Mill, have belen visiting rela
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* Pl'CN('ETiON NEWYS. *
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P'rinceton, Aug., 10.-Mr. LeRoy
Campbell, wvho has bteeni visiting here,
left Thtursday for Andetrson, whtere lhe
wiilI spend seime timne before retu rn
lng to Chicago.
Mr ts. W. N. I larrellI and children, ot
(ol umbnia, atre v'isiting her pa rents,
Mr. and Mrs. .J. W. Taylor.
Dr'. J. P. Kni'ght and sister, Miss
Olive, spentt last week-end with .their
brother, J1. II. Kntightt, in Tfrenton.
Messrs LeRoy Catmpbell and WV. Hi.
Carter wete visitors in Watre S'hoals
D~r. atna M\rs. B. A. Mattison and
daughterci, Misls Olivia, of McCormtick,
spen'tt Wc'dnesday wvith Mlrs. .1. 11. liritt.
MIiss K iddie Arnold del ighttfulIly en
ert ainted otn Wednesday evenitng at a
lawn patty in honor of Mr t. LeRoy
('amitpbell, of Chticago. Those who ('n
.iny'(d M\iss A rntold's hsopital it y were:
Mi se I da anitd Miarty I agwellI, Susan
Btt t, Sarta ('heek, Marty and Sute Me -
Kititick, A\n nie and P enarl McCu en,
Oilive Kn ight, Antne Coellins, Mane, lea
aie antd I Pss'e RItdgeway and I~l'f i
ha rite: Messt's. Lelloy' ('amp lbellI,
Sloan Hag well, All ie Sharpe, SamtX Me
K ittitick. Ild Kn ightIfil Tom and Islbet
lFreem ani. ChIary anad Charles Mc Cuent
L awrtence aitd IEvert Ta'yior.
Managiers Prninmary Ilee(.ction.
Tfhe flowing nad lers.ons h iave
been a ppointed( as managers for the
dliffetrent clb prtecincts:
Lydia Mill-Ji. C. Anderson, J. Hi.
Abhere rombhie,J. C. Wilson; W. E.
Lanfor'd--L,. M. Cannon, T1. A. Drum
motnt, (2. 0. Lox.
Cross 11ii1l-J. WV. Hannah, J1. 13. Pin
son, iH. [). Nanee; HI. If. Fuller, clerk.
Wades-W. S. Atchison, Wrt. WV.
Watkins, W. if. L,. Wade; Marshall
Clinton Mill-W. A. Shand, G. M.
Meadors, T. F. Buchanan, H. Y.
J. C. Burns & pany
CLOSING OUT SUMMER GOODS
REGARDLESS OF COST.
All Summer Goods Must Go!
We have cut the prices so deep until it looks like the goods can feel it.
And you can see it if you will come and look around in the Red
Iron Racket. Come and get your share of these good things
while they are going. Don't wait, don't hesitate.
MOW IS YOUR TIME.
IAl)IES' SUIMMER. DRESS SKIRTS ANI) SIRT PLUCK S A IIERO.
WAISTS GOING NOW. Don't take too much adxise. Keep to the lm. Risk
50,-r Waist, ale iri(e .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .34 your own judgment and buy your goods of J. C. Bunts
75( Waist, sale price .... .... .... .... .... .... .. .45 & Co., the house that always sells same goods for less,
$1 .0 Waist, sale price .... .... .... .... .. ...... .69 and now lower the prices go agin.
$1.25 Waist, sale price .... .... .... .... .... .... .84 10 box" (of c) atebes, ied Hot . . .... . .. 25
*2.00 Waist, sale prive .... .... .... .... .... .... 1.19 8 cakes (of 5e) Laundry Soa *.... ........ .... .25
Skirts samte p'rices as Waist.
"anepivsasWis.7 pk~gs (of 5e) Wash g Powder...........25
15 ('akes hitLundry Soap ... .. ... .... ....... .25
Special sale prices on all Dress Goods and Domestics. We Ladies' (10c) Black Hose, sale price.............. .07
make the price if you are game to buy. badie' (15c) Hose, sale ice.......................10
Closing out sale on all 'Men's Underwear .19, .29, .39 and Men's (100 Hose, sale price......... .07
.69 for the $1.00 kind. Men's (15) Linen Collars, sle price...............07
Special lot of Girl's Middy Blouses going in this sale at .45 Men's (15c and 20c) Ties, sale price.............. .10
Men's (25c) Trics, sale price ......... ......... .......15
SPECIALS IN DRUG DEPARTMENT. Men's (39) Tie", sale price................25
All $1.00 Bottles of Standard Medicines, sale price .Mcn's Suspenders, sale price.....................08
All 50e bottle, sale price .... .... .... .... .......9...en's Suspenders, sle price.................... .13
All 25c bottles, sale price .... .... .... .... .... .. .19 Men's Suspenders (36c quality). .... .... .... .... .23
The above prices will he withdrawn after ten days. Buy Ladies' Corsets Special close out of .50, .75, $1.00 Corsets.
Your pick of the lot at .25 for 10 days only.
nd lot of Ladies' Slippers, gorth $1.25, closing out at .50
7e resses (losing out ......................... 7 10 lot Children's Slippers, worth $1.00 to $1.50, close out .50
$1.0( Drsses closing (tit.... ............ .... ......69 1 lot Men ' Slippers, worth $2.5. up to $.50, close o t. 1.50
$1 .5(0 I)resse elosing 0111........ ....................94 1 lot -Strawhilats, worth 115c to 25c ('lose out...... .10
2.00 1Dresses Closing (it ..............71.19 1 lot ( Straw 1 lats hloing out at just one h .alf off.
$1 .00a s rfor ..... .... .... .... ....-. .... ..... .... . 50
WIt mei ' lI) lloN 1 A OK EN sells very RIca' evcryt-iai'g $1.50 Hat Io ..... ...... .......... .... ........... .75
youita,~ Jcel. )y ood, lo Itti, hts S~'s Mll1il'I~' A few IPana ma HIats 1(o close:
es$3.00 (5 T i sale pre .... ........ .... ....... $1.50
Not ions, Einiuoi der, Hbbons, )ress floods, .1dies 'Andl 0.00(M enlats ........ ....u .sl p ....... .... .... ....3.00
tiis.Tes, Iad ri, T ns, Orals. Rs ('rs us pen r all pic fo.... .... .............
I ioary (~ndy .Iwel y, \Va~ehs, locs, Tile. Sa ~'P~l adies' lorsets fSe ials ooit close f.5, 75 $1'.0Cres
75ve Drt es clorsing e ou .... t $1.... ...d.r Fl.nc.. or................476
$1.5 t ~es clogsiouto list .... enir ....o... ....ilt Rbo.fr94................1
h'f nelnt hi.I) t lli JN 1l1ACK..ET...ells..very..n..ar.every...hin0
Comay to~l thry Redls rothn ~ackhet'si CosnllinSleryimi
Nltions,.Embrt 'eryhilebbtny1)ressHot. AL--A--BOARn.
Sqaes$.8) i~lwSh~eButig Co singOt Laeakinur'o
tain.soy, Tla , Coanderhif. [ants, CoveraMll. Shirt. Din-alnS. hmsM di;I.I.FweW ;Mny
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Patesn' toe--.C.Iemre,'urliclr. rm1 clfLerk. Slpprs wrtr$.2 , clergotk.. 5
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l.?aenlort A.3. onro; Je S Ru! $.5 i nt rrs .. . ... ...Oin...cerk app .. on a. thei re... tie'.75.
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