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RED IRON RACKE
Sells Same Goods for Less Money. More Goods for
Same Money. B
We list only a few items from our immense stock. Our two Hih prices kicked out
Buy your Goods at Red iron RacketofRdrnRaktTw
and save 15 to 35 per cent. This say- stores in Laurens have now a completc stock of very near any- SoRes in Lare. Two
ing is just like making money in the StoresnindLaurensnselng
United States Mint. ing you may need. Come and.look through. same goods for less money
Red-E-IHot. Red-li-Hot Re E
Palm Beach Suits-Special this week. Kee) eoOl, wear a (rood Wok Sits .39 Speil lot 0 il ins I. I t 0 1
genuine Palm Beach Suit .... .... .... $5.48 and $6.39 $.0 value Cosets............ ............ .. .98 8v qualty AIroiI ('itilial
Men's blue Serge Suits. guaranteed quality, special this
w eek .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... 7.95
len's Sitinmor Coats, Alpaca atnd MIohairs, Now keep i1a
cool, from .... .... .... .... .... .... .... 1.98 to 3.95 $1.00 u ase.............................79 t.his week..........
26 pieces Allutminum plated wirl-(e, 6 knives, 0' forks, 6 t-a- $2.0( Suit ( ........ ................ 1.48 12 1-2v antl I l)ess (,,Ie
ble spoons, 6 teaspoons, I sugar sliell, I butter knife. 50c Silk Ilose, liis week........................ .25 SoeciaI lit EAIIIhroide, L e
26 ic set only..........................ose. s ial.............................15
2 6y ' E ir s t o l . 0L n , C l v h t a n d b lod d y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 571 ( v s -
Boy's Oeirts and Bo(l .... .....................25 ? *inig lress .2 InI .i4oide8v
Boy's Overvls I.... ......... .... .... ....... .25 and .48 RE I) 110,11 I'IRICES ili Ill low itt Shoes,. ( losinl ' ort ()I ].It al I sas Midt hI'mt
Il)% at Hed II ot PI fees .98, 1.25, 1.48. 1.95 o uS 2.50 I Ild~lci. i
Sun Ints .... ........ .... ..... .... ..... ... .. ....10 lilt Ihits wiji t .+.t. . ...
75e value ('orsets .... ..... .... .... .... ..... ... .48 Lea! i ici ; hl--", You know. illy now at 11(- I R"it k et Vill St I I.Its
Children's Hose .... .. ...... .... ......... .05, .10 to .18 at bed Hit Prices. i'mv (ailjivs
ig Ie mind blue Ilandkerchies .... .... .... .... .. .05
1e (tIitlilty Androscogginil Bleaingi this week .... .. .08 MEN'S lllSS Sl 1. i l9
One special lit 10 v quality Lawns this week .......... .05 Sh'lt Ii................. .... .... .... .... .25 10 hHh Iutli s i..
n's W ork 'aiti anld )reiss P'ants. special lot id $1.25 ;S( Shut Pullman. loI ......................... .48 2-1 1
to $1.50 Panits. now. ...... .... .... .... .... .... 1.00 .41 -(IS u ts. I 'm- .75 hv t1,
Spoeial lot Dress Pants. worth tip to $2.25. voin- choice 1.50 1 h......
Mlen's line Tailired )res lhints, special this week $2.39 q)spial values..................18. mid .25 2 .tic hI . ...
to $3.98 flor lte $6.0 kind. M eii Slitii rii I it- ven. special. .... .............20 2 ' i 'l
ig values in Ioy's Suits.... .... $1.25. $1.98 uip to $4.95 Other i.............. .... . . . 29 and .38
12 .elly T mb 45nler ......... ....4... .... .... ....t.29
12 s t I'ates g od).... .... .... .. .. ..... .... .... .0 5liiI W . oI i u i
S u i .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ... 10val i es i .
5lI am noto .... .... .... . ... . ... .... ... . . 5 t o 'e st .p .. .39.... 1 8
$1 -. 1 * Jl ap np6 n ow11.;1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .1 9 5 21 t * , * , * * * t * * ' , *. . .. .. . 2
:I5e dapanese ling. Ysa .. .4.l .... .... .... .... . . .98
er and gin in ~etal. ileui ng out all low iiut shoeis now.~
250 quality Tn ble O il ('l th .... .. .... .... .... .. .39...1.5 L i es, S i vi t. 4 al 05 m, i .0
($ l d y ard -w id e lib.... i...h .... .... .... .... ... . . . .0 6 r l. \ l l ll .7l
35 v- W ork Shirts hi st)eilt .... .... .... .. . ....I.. .43 .. i li..
$1.00 vkeralls. bet I.... .... .......................89 .\ll niilli.o i o0 at bed it ..... .... .. .895
(11c Midt gr i '110,. chbe lil ................. mG.ood or kli hi rt .... .... .... ...... .... . . . 1 , .39
$r.5 vailue Corset .. . . . .. .. . . . . .0.9
25('-~ valueli Covt ....Cil1 .... ... .... .... .... ... .47
("ood~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Y.oodid Ifandkerchiefs ... ... . .... .... .... .... .056C EA I ~ 'TN (,l,.
50(- ~~~~~ ~ ~ $10 Wuit Case .... .... .... ....fn.I iw rh $ .) o .... .... ... $.79
1 411 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~$.00 Suit-ak.tse .... .... .... .... .... .... ... .. 1.48lmlvf-isl- llta 61 1 1P *-"tl
00v50 Silv< Curtain'hi weekil .... .... .... .... ....... .25])1
LDon't spend a Red Cent Until o get to the Red ron Racket. . .ou will be g....
for C . he ' v $:.& a nd :1.50k ind
1000 BARGAINS ALWAYS BUSY. THERE'S A REASON Fi-O -0- BAIXG A1N
on ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~a Bee Ilotow l'm0lom:0 ,1Mices.1111
J.eC. hBR haNS ...... ....... PA NY.4
2 No. 1 Store 210 West Lauren St. Next i rspecial valups ...o. ...tor 10 South Sid ofPbi.25r,0 B imn l tn
310G'N T IEil1 El, NE WS. *
Moun t Ilethel, .11une 21.---The rm
4rs of this section are very busy with
their rops now, but will soon have
them in 1ilne order. Crops are better
in this part of the (ounty than they
have been for several years. Near ly
everyhody has wheat aid oa ts sown
aid harvosted. .1. ii. ('ar isle has
bNICil. and is still thrashiig. Some in
Ih~s neighborhIood are eaIting new
hom:-g rou id lour, ground at .\lr. 1)ick
SlIlivan's mill and it Is, flie.
Alrs. It. A. Sm11ith, wit il aster Car
lisle aitd litile step-daultglhter, Conii e
May, after spending two weeks with
her parents, .\lr. and M rs. .1. 11. Car
Iisle, has rtoiued to her home in
The annual Children's Day exercis
es will he ld at Mt. Hiethel S~aturday,
26th. rTe choir. led by Mrs. Allen
Sullivan, met and practiced the songs
for the occasion at Mr. 1. II.-Carlisle's
Sunday. Everybody is invited to at
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* ,ONES NEWS. *
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Jones, June 21.-Owing to the indis
position of Presiding Elder Meadors,
.ev. R. F. Moris, of Ninety Six, presid
ed over the recent quarterly meeting
held at Kings Chapel.
Mr. John Wesley Gambrell has his
bottoms in fine condition.
Mr. Walter Manley lost a fine horse
Walter and Frank Jones harvested
a fine oat crop.
Mr. 0. L. Graham .1as some flne corn.
Rev. J. B. Connelly preached a splen
ditd sermon to an appreciative audi
ence on second Sunday night.
It was our good fortune to attend
Children's Day at Bethany church, on
'the 12th inst. rhe attendance was
large, exercises were splendid and ev
?try one had a delightful time. Mr.
Jun Iullock presided and addresses
V, ere Ialde Iy Dr. W. T. Jones, Rev. N.
It. Claekson, an(d Presiding Ilider M ca
dors. One is to be congratulated
Whose good fortunie It is to be Ole
guest. of generous hospitality. We are
gratefilI to the Normans, Wells, id
locks, \'ieills, llenjamins, M.\ilfords
and others who were so kind and
colteolus to us. We cherish the hope
of repeating our vis1i.
We recently met the following
friends: Mr. Sanuitiel Hasoir and .\lr.
Ilryson of .\l0111tville, 'ld 111ght. of
(reeviille, Capt. .Joiln Miller and
Mills Davenport of ( reein wood and ll
gene Martin of Donalds.
We are Indebted to flentile Brown,
.lohn (rant, J. A. lill]. Charley Mar
I (:3, ' reston ll ichey, Wade I 1'ollari'd,
'John C(othrian, L. M. Ward, Wade Jen
11ns, Wesley Gaines, Lauirens I ald
wi. Win. Da ven port, and Beacham
a nd Ile-y for recent kind favors.
.\liss Wynona lliley Is attending
the Panalia 1xposition.
.\lr. Ierley 1111 made a fine crop
Ware Shoals and Donalds crossed
bas Sattfrd(y. The score was 9 to I
in favor of Ware S.hioals.
In the (leat h of Major .1. L. White,
Greenwood couity is called upon to
111ouri'n the loss of one of ler best eIt
Izens. As soldier, statesman, citizen,
an1d in all the relations of life, le was
as true as steel. We tenderly sym,
pathize with the bereaved family.
Mr. Joseph Jones of Greenwood, ae
companied by Mr. Walter Richardson,
of Abbeville, honored its with an ap
lreclativo visit yesterday. Joe was
reared in this community and his
friends will be glad to learn that lie
is a Very successful farmer.
The farimiers have been very busy,
and crops are now In good condition.
Constipation Cured Overnight
A small dose of Po-Do-Lax tonight
and you enjoy a full, free, easy bowel
movement it the morning. No griping,
for Po-Do-Lax is Podophyllin (May
Apple) without the grie. Po-Do-Lax
corrects the easue of Constipation by
arousing the Liver, increasing the flow
f iile. ile Is Natu re anti septic iln
thle b~oweCls. \\ ith prOoer amloul n( of1
bile, digestion in howels Is perfect. No
gas, no0 ferme3n1(ta ion1, 110 colstip'tion.
Dan't he sick, lervous, irria'le. Get
a bottle of Il)o-Lax from yourp ( rug
gIst now and cure yotir constipaillon
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W.\TTiS MIL, NE IWS.
Watts Mil, .1une 21.-On last l''r
day afternoon the infant child of \I:
an11d Mrs. I 'am1111er \Westerne r died and
was hauired Saturday.
.lr*. .loil 'i'i31nblin hias rettirned froill
Spartanburg, where lie was a gradu -
ate of the Textile School.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Martin have re
tirned froI a visit t lieir (iaughter
Mrs. Ill a GauIltney and Mrs. Johnt
Mart in are visiting their o1101her in
.Mu1r. G. W. Lame'1bert 1 and Mr. I'ugene
WVatts of Goldville, were visitrs here
On last 'lhit rsday night 'Mr. C. It.
Hoho, of Latirens, made an address al
Lucas Avenue Haptist cliirch. Pri
day night Mr. Wilkens, of Greenville,
made an address at the church. Siu
day morning Mr. T. o. Lawton, also of
Greenville, made an address. All of
the services were greatly enjoyed.
MlIr. Taiimnge Patterson, of Lanford,
was visiting here last week in his new
Mr. John Morris visited Warrior
Creek church Sunday.
Mrs. K'tmily Branlett, of Greenville,
Is spending a few weekh here with her
daughter, Mrs. Meva Hobo.
Mr. Will Gollghtly and son, Horace,
sient Satirday and Sunday in Simip
Misses Claudia Cothran and Annie
Hell Thornton spent Saturday and
Sunday in Clin1toni.
A good many have been attending
the services at Laurens Mill. May God
bless Bro. Little and his co-workers.
'Tlie public Is invited to the Fourth
of July celebration here.
nlouncied, the Inr g o bo very soonl.
The wedding will lake place at the
htome( of .i r. lilla C row on Smyth
Nvors (if I n:rvsldemirS are ha-11-1
'o Ete t blo d Is h . :nes
I I I y.
\\henl tin., i to do th Ii s 11 . kid
I' S cc N! 'A;
Iney tiu e I k.it (
1acknehe :l 1114. #qi(Il I h k eyi i volls 11.
fllow; e follow; tig a((ol i of lie t*
vx vlel ill irne, 1i l Slhe St
"lY kid' s acted too freely and the
seeretiots Were unnairal. I was
hardly able to get around1(1 on ;aWoni u
of tIhe pains iI my back. .\iy limbs
were swollei and so we - my hands
and feet. \hetn I was ' dvised to Itso
Doa n's Kidiley Pills, I Id and all the
aillmen ts left mue. .\l vIdneys got ior
O\'l1ER TIME) :ARs IlATI-R, Mrs.
TettmpleIt " si ' have every hilt as
muchVI faithl In D'un11's Kidney Illis to
day as whtentI I lreviously recomniitild
ed Ithem. Whlenvet'r I have notieed I
slight returl of kidnev trolible, dIle to
i'ld, Doan's Kidney Pills have given
Ie promIpt rliet."
Price 50c, at all dealers. 'Don't sim
lily ask for a kidney remedy -gct
Doan s Kidney 11P11 Is--t lie same that
Mrs. Tnemtleton had. roster-M liuri
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
That Tired (routchy Feeling Means a
Lh,-Ver-Lax will clear you out. and
make you feel fine and dandy again. It
is just as effective as calomel, but has
none of its well known disagreeable
LIfs-Ver-Lax elimInate poIsons,
cleanses the system, anI clieves con
stipadton in a thor Igh/I but pleasant
manter. A little alj.n regularly,
means consIstent le I' and no doctor
Gumarantee. Every hottle bearing the
likeness of L. K. Grigsby, Is guaran
Ieed to give satisfaction or your money
will be returned. Fot sale here in 50V
and $1 size bottles at Laurens Drug Co.
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Hoetio have bee ;il b sy t- a"st
ovrlweeks con)(tinering. G ner-a!
ain and clititing grainu.
\tii .t itt inII lof li on Saiir a Lite, a
'(I15 Iitiii( IO 1)1li 8 Ptiiaii FVi'
fitrnie li o cV herh or SaIuriny after a
weeki's ii to her r.n, .\Mr. t. . . Lat
Ir. and .\liMis. (C l ( 1.1rson and
childn ((i ni Saturhay night. and
Suniiday with .\Ir. T. a. Igirts and fain
ily at the h\'oodrow 'ilson section .
.\iss Florence flox, of, Spartanhurg
seet a few days of ]last wck w.il
her vrandparvnts, .\r. adl .\It's. .1. \\.
.\ioore and o (h r relitives.
Dr. Cooperl and wife and \Irs. i.lr
Cil. hert sonl and daliiter, spent S utn
dh itiy t hoei of L r. and .\lrs. 1,. a .
.\rs. Alif(e( Crawford, of Anderson,
14; spending awhile w%-ith her1 Sister,
.\rs. It. .\. L-atimer.
.\Itr. and .\rs. Clarence .\artin spent
Suinday with .\Itr. ando .\rs. Otis .\l
Misses Pearl and Myrtle 'ulthertson
visited Ilivr grandmother, .\Mrs. II. B.
Messrs Roy Ciulhertson and C ray
Cooper visited Messrs Floyd and Gary
Mr. Ilenry Pinson spent Sunday at
the home of Mr. T. .1. Cooper.
Mr. .tle Cooper visited at the home
of Mr. A. 11. Thome Sunday.
Mr. 11. M. (ulhertson spent Satui
day and Sunday with his mother, Mrs.
Y. .1. Cib er! son.
Miss Pearle Culhierson spent Sun
day with M.Ir. L,ou ('ul hert soil and
.\Mr. T. .1. Cooper is attending court
Why not send in your s1uscription
renewal ot) \Y? Don't put at of' any
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* 2c . 'u . I; l're. antd Mn,
- . . lun ree t:~lto Ninety
r a d:t ' s i to .\ . \\.
\' har :i and Falnjiy.
i - .'' e ur e a dI'l
'%vc n.~t'v . I heiy :l, d eithi~a!.i vii
fa' Vr sn 'r 1 ii V, I 1.r w
MI r . :, f .\ r. r I \ s \V. .\l. I Ien
A r . I I n And11cr.,oll. .1r.. an I hI -
d:T u- I ilIi rou-11rn Irn i oc k IlIi! IIls
\%eevk wh% re I hIeCII(Y limre been N ! i I inIIg
relative-s f~or severall weeks.
.\tlisst's Irn k. llniel of 1a WeOsi,
-.nid Zelle Gtoodman of Iarris Sprngs,
a re vi ting .\ vs. .\IaIt ie, % llI('drsol
Air...C. Smith h11 las retu11r d from
Columbia w hcre he ;:wnI several days
The Con. i-ssional candidat's have
been invite'd to Waterloo and they ex
piwet to speak hiere nlext. SatIIur day,
-l11n. '2tith. The exeteises will be hield
in the park and will begin prompt.l.y
a in O'CliOCk. .\fter th speaking a
barbeeie. It old fashIon kind. will
he on IthI,. porgram. A large crowd is
expected in town oln that day. )on't
fail to come and enjoy the day.
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* TYLlitSVILLE NEWS. *
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Tylersville, .June 21 .-Rev. Joe
Wood, of Greeiville. preahed a very
interesting sermon, at Langston Sun
Mlsses Nellie and 11th Poole, of.
Cornelia, Ga., and Miss Nelle Payne,
of Laurens. spent tle week-end witi
'ir. and irs. '. P. Poole and family.
Mr. and Mrs. F. 1. Cooper and hil
dren, from near Ora, spent Sunday
with Mrs. Mattie Clark andI family.
Mr. T. P. Poole an( daughter, Miss
Fannie, were in Lauirens Friday.
Mr. Will Clark, of Greenwood, spent
t week-ild ii relatives here.
Mr. William Peterson was In Lau