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THE BOOSTER STORE
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appySEE UR SPECIAL
Suits from $4.75 up to $12.39
Buy your Suit here and save
Our Store is Now Known as 'The Booster Store $2.00ot$4.00 ie da..
The House of Many Departments, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Dry Goods, Millinery, Ladies' Ready-to-wear Skirts, Shirt Waist, Petty Coats,
Ladies' and Children's Coats, big line Dress Goods fancy and plain weaves, Bed.. Sheets, Pillow Cases, Counterpanes, Towels, Hosiery,
Underwear, Overalls, Work Shirts, Dress and Negligee Shirts, and believe me we have the biggest and best line of Pants and Clothing
for Men and Boys ever landecin a Booster Store. Remember our store. is 2 in 1, Main Floor and Basement. You will find hundreds
of bargains in the Basement, Tinware, Glass, Crockery, Enameled Ware, Lanterns, Lamps, Rugs, Window Shades, Curtain Poles
Trunks, Brooms, Churns, Flower Pots, Jeans Pants and Knock about and Dress Pants, Wall Paper, Plaids, Homespuns, Sea Island
Shirt Chevots, Drills, Outing, Flannels, Bleaching, Cambric, Blankets, Comforts. Now back to the main* floor: Jewelry, Watches,
Clocks, Guitars, Razors, Scissors, Pocket Knives, Table Knives and Fork, Combs, Brushes, Stationary, Tablets, Pencils, Memorandum
Books, Envelopes, Bibles, Testaments, Candy, Tobacco, Cigars, Cigatetts, Standard Medicine, Toilet Soap, Laundry Soap, Blueing,
Washing Powders, Baking Powders, Starch, Matches, and hundreds of other items we havent time to mention. Come to the Booster
Store and buy your Fall and Winter Goods, we can fit up the whole family and our lower prices will save you 15 to 35 per cent by
buying your Fall and Winter Goods at the Booster Store. These goods are going to be sold. Now get in the game before it is too late.
REMEMBER THE BOOSTER STORE IS
J. C. BURNS & COMPANY
The House that Defies Competition and Sells Same Goods for Less Money at 210 West Laurens Street,
Completely Out of the High-priced District, Next to Bramlett's Shop.
DIA LS NEWS. *
a e e *e .*.. e e e e e *
Dials, Oct, 18.-Mr. and Mrs. Pearley
Moore, Mrs. Alice Moore and Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Curry motored to Green
wood last Sunday, where they visited
Misses Bess Moore, Jewoll and Marie
Curry, students at Lander.
Mr. and Mrs. Wells Clardy or I-au
rens, spent last Sunday with Mr. 1. S.
Brooks and family.
Miss Osteil Willis had as a recent
vinitor Miss Leah Riddle of Gray
Mr. Henry Holder, of Laurens, spent
several (lays last week with the fain
ily of Mr. M. V. Holder.
Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Thomason have
reKently moved to Fountain Inn,
'where they will reside in the future.
'The Ladies' Aid society met with
Miss Fannie Browrlce Tuesday af
ternoon. The t!me was pleasantly
epent in completing the work on
which they were employed, after
which refreshments were served.
Though young and few in number this
society has accoinplished -big things
towards the embellishment of the
church. The following ladies were
present at the Tuesday meeting. Mes
dames Sam Curry, Nenie Owings,
Ralph Willis. )ick Owings, Joe Hun
ter, Miss Nlia Iunter and Miss Sue
The following from here went up to
the "Mountain City" the 7th and
"took" in Pingling Bros. eircus: Mr.
and 'Mrs. W. S. Harris and chith.ren,
Mr Sprouse and family, Messrs Arthur
Curry, Mar,on Harris, David Brown
lee, Haskell Gray, Ben Campbell. Mr.
and Mrs. Arbrose Holder and children
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Switzer of Lau
rens were recent visitorr of Mr. Swit
*Mr. and Mrs. Lude Abercrombie al(i
little daughter spent Sunday with the
Misses Abercrombie near Rabun.
Mrs. Martha BMarrett, wife of Ilich
ard Bnrmnet (led Wednesday afternoon
at her home near Gray Court. Aunt
Mat, as she was familiarly called, had
been in bad health for some time. Her
illness however, took a serious turn
and death soon came to release her
from her suffering. She was well
known, having spent all her days in
or near this community. She was a
life-long member of Dials church. Her
husband. two daughters, a sister, and
a brother survive her. The remains
were interred in the cemetery here
Thursday Afternoon. The survices
were conducted by her pastor, Rev. T.
W. Munnerlyn assisted by Mr. B1ag
got, pastor of the Baptist church.
Rev. W. Pay Anderson and Mr. Tay
lor, of Laurcns, have opened up a tent
at Flat Rock and are holding meetings
every day and evening. Good crowds
and much interest attend these ser
vices, and w e trust much good will
EAT CABBAGE, FISH
SAUSAGE, NEW BREAD
No Indigestion, Gas, Sourness or Upset
Stomach If you'll take "PapO's Dia
Do some foods you cat hit back
taste good, but work badly; ferment
into stubborn lumps and cause a sick,
sour, gassy stomach? Now, Mr. or
Mrs. Dyspeptic, jot this down: Pape's
Diapepsin digests eveything, leaving
nothing to sour and u set you. There
never was anything a safely quick, so
certainly effective, difference how
badly your stomach a disordered you
will get happy rell f in five minutes,
but what -pleas u most is that it
strengthens and\r ulates your stom
ach so you can eat your favorite foods
Most remedies give you relief some
times-they are slow, but not sure.
"Pape's 'Diapepsin" is quick. positive
and puts your stomach in a healthy
condition so the imisery won't come
You feel different as soon as "Pape's
Diapepsin" comes in contact witht the
stomach--distress Just vanishes-your
stomach gets sweet, no gases, no
belching, no eructatlzils of undigested
food, your head cle is and you feel
Co now, make the hest investment
you ever mnade. by getting a large fifty
eent case of Pape's Diapepsin from
any drug store. You realize in five
minutes how neediless it is to suffer
froil 111digestioni, dyspepsia or any
* LABUN NEWS.
Rabun, Oct. 19.--Mrs. C;hnrlie Saxon
had a "quilting bee" at her hom Sa,
urday. Among those -persent were
Mrs. Lewis Bolt. Mrs. Harley Aber
crombie. Mrs. Ida Babb and Miss Mae
Babb. A most enjoyable day was
spent by all present, and would enjoy
going to another one if they will give
us such a good dinner as Mrs. Saxon.
Mrs. Steyart Mahon was real sick
last week but is able to be up some at
Although the fair wasn't held last
Friday, a n-mber of our people were
in Laurens that day.
Mrs. Lizzie Cheek and Mrs. Ellie
Babb spent Wednesday with Mr. and
Mrs. T. F. Uabb.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mahon are re
joicing since Thursday, they have a
boy In their home.
Miss Edna Owens is spending this
week with Miss Margie Holder of
Green Pond community.
Mr. Will Dolt and family were visit.
ing in .Dials.
Misses Alpha and Vena Martin of
Eden sectio)n visited Miss Jenovee
Babb Saturday night and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dempee Holder of
Greenpond community spent Sunday,
with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wasson.
Mr. and. Mrs. William Burdette vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hellams of
Hickory Tatvern Thursday.
Mr. Bill Gray of Gray Court attend
ed church at Rabun Sunay with with
Mrs. Houston Babb and children
were visiting her parents in FAen sec
tion Friday And Saturday.
SUFFERED TWENTY-ONE YE ARS
FINALLY FOUND RELIEF
Having suffered for twenty-one
years with a pain in my side, I finally
have found relief in Dr. Killmer's
Swamp-Root. Injections of morphine
were my only relief for short periods
of time. I became so sick that I had
to undergo a surgical operation in
New Orleans, which benefited me for
two years. \Vhen the same pain caime
back one day I was so sick that I gave
up hopes of living. A friend advised
me to try your Swamp-Root and I at
once commenced using it. The first
bottle (lid me so much good that 1 pur
chased two more bottles. I arn now
on my second bottle and am feeling
like a new woman. I passed a gravel
stone as large as a big red bean and
several emaller ones. I have not bad
the least feeling of pain W:eio taking
your Swamp-Root and I feel it my du
ty to recommend this great medicine
to all sufferin& humanity. Fratofully
Mrs. Joseph Constance,
hIapides Par. 10cho, La.
Personally appeared before me, this
15th day of July, 1911, Mrs. Joseph
Constance, who subscribed the above
statement and made oath that the same
Is true in substance and in fact.
Wm. MorroW, Notary Public.
Letr to /
Dr. Kllmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y
Prove What Shan -hoot Will Do For
Send ten ceits o Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N ., for a sample size
bottle. It will convince anyone. Yon
will also receive a booklet of valua
ble information, telling about the kid
neys and bladder. When writing. be
sure and mention the 1Aurens Week
ly Advertiser. Regular fifty-cent and
one-dollar size bottles for sale at all
FREE TO EVERYBODY.
With Each Can of Coffee You Get a
Pioture Show Ticket. At J. C. SheH
This week is "Coffee Week" at J. C..
Shell & Company. They are offering
special indt.eements to make this a
banner week in the sales of coffee. As
an introductory offer they are giving
with each can of coffee purchased one
ten cent ti'cket to the Idle Hour Pic
ture Show or two five cent tickets. The
offer is for this week only. Already
many have taken advantage of this
liberal offer. wherein you get an ex
cellent coffee and a free ticket..
Snowdrift Lard sold by all
- SEEMS OERTAIN.
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is to be given warrants on the state
treasurer for bonds. The payment of
the notes shall not be required until
the cotton poldged to secure tke
same shall be sold at a price sug
cient to pay the face of said note
and interest from the date thereof
and all carrying charges. It is fur
tlier provided that the cotton shall
not be sold by the sinking fund com
mission within two years of the date
of ald loan without the consent of
thQ Maker of the notes. Any surplus
over the loan mae by the state is
to be returned to the maker of the
Section 5. Provides that the bonds
and fund aro to be distributed as near
as practicable according to the 1913
iroduction of cotton among the coun
ties of the State to the producers of
cotton, land owners upon whse land
the sane was produced or holders of
cotton for the -benefit of producers 'of
cotton an landd owners,, in proportion
to the cotton produced
to their production; it ing the intent
that such person shall be entitled to
deliver as far as practicable at least
1-8 of their cotton to the state under
the terms of this act. The benefit of
the act are to extendt only to sedident
producers and owners of land in this
Section 6. Provides that sinking
fund commigsicn shall have the au
thority to sell the cotton bought on ac
count of the state whenever it thinks
proper but that the cotton shall not bp
sold for a price sufficient to pay the
bonds against which the cotton has
Section 7. Provides for the ex
change of warrants for bonds and tie
Issuance of receipts for fraetionall
parts of bonds.
Section 8. Provides for the retire
ment of the bonds when the state
'rensurer has the funds as a result
of the sale of the cotton.
Section 9. Provides that the sinking
fund comJmalsion shall provide the
necessary blanks, stationary and,
clerical assistanco and these expeugq-.
es are to be paid out of the 10 per.
cent payments, that are reqired. Is.
surance is required on all cotton hedig
by the state.
Section 10. Provides that all ppr
sons obtaining the benefits of the
act shall enter into an obligation t%.
conform to, all. regulations passed- bp
this state, regulating cQtton acreage,
Section 11. Cives the sihking tundt
commission authority to make such,
rules and regulations as are not aDe
cifically provided for,
Section 11 and 12 iepeal inconsist
ent acts and that the act go into effect
HEALTHY HAIR SOFT,
FLUFFY AND RIADIANT'
Beautiful hair does not just happens
to be so, but is always a matter of'
care and proper nourishment of thel
hair roots. No matter if your hair is
failing out, stringy, lifeless and full of.
dandruff, Parisian 8'age, an inexpen
sive tonic, sold by all druggists, is all
that is ever need. . it nourishes the
hair roots and (Imulates- the growth
of new hair. en dandruff is entire
ly moved w h one application, and.
itchi scal and falling hair cease;
you h rrw be bright, vigorous, soft.
and flu y.
Who r your hair is oily, dry. or
brittle, Parisian Sage immediately, re
moves the cause, and by toning up the:
scalp kuickly restores the- hair to its
original brilliancy and. vlgori.
Parisian Sage can, always be had!
from the Laurens Drug Co., and It a.
delightful and easily. applied. treatment.
that will never fall to act. as a real.
and lasting benefit to your hair and.
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