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More Goods for Same Money Same Goods for Less Money
No Scarcity of Goods, no Hgb Prces at J. C. Burns & Co.s,
The Big Busy Store
For nine months we have been buying Fall and Winter Merchandise, and t-a ehv h AGS TC
of GOOD MERCHANDISE in the history of our business. We took some lon chances on big othi RGT an
Shoe contracts, and to-day we are readw for the BIGGEST Fall business that this store has ever put on e n your
business, and you certainly need us this time. Hitch yo r dollar to J. C. BURNS & CO.'S BARGAINS.
' Trade at Burns's and get this Salad Bowlku Free
coos $8.$1, 12
Ladies' High Boots, $2.98, Men's Ten Dollar Sport Men's Work Shoes, Dress Goods, 10c, 25c, 48c, 75c
$3.48, $3.98 and $4.48. Coats, $6 98 $2 48, $2.98 to $3.48. 98 cents.
Join the happy throng of satisfied customers and wear "the smile that won'tcm
A.. C(,i ,rs$8, l ff." Eve ys Big Day J. C. Burns & Co.'s. Save your Cash Register
$Tad aB $1usa$12l and get Free Goods.rs2.98,t
$15, and $18. and ge Free Goods.
J. C. Burns & Company's Two Cut-Price Department Stores
RED IRON RACKET
No. 1 Store, 210 West Laurens Street, next to Bramlett's Shops No. 2 Store, South side Public Square, next door to Laurens Hardware
Don't lose a day's w rk!
Headachy, take a spoo ful
I.isen to ine! Take no iore . ck
enIg, salivatin; calotmel when bi Ious
or constipatal. lDon't lose at lay's
Caloinel is int-reary or (uitc silver
which vaises ierosis of the hones.
Calomnel, when it coims into otact '
with otr bil, crashes into It, b cak. i l
it uip. This is whien you teel thu. U uIl
nausea and c ra p1ing. If you are sluig
gish and " a!l knocked out," if your
liver is torpid and bowels constipated
or you have headache, dizziness, coat
ed tongue, if breath i bad or stomach
sour Just take a spoontul of harmless
Dodson's IavcIr Tone.
Ilere's my guarantee---(. to any
drug store and got a 50 cent bottle of
Dodson's i ver Tone. ''ake a spoon
(Tey will positively reduce your of
diately any of their Loose Leaf Binde
- Phone for "Moore
A catalog and insir
PUBLIC SQUARE Pho
AND BOQI1S MY WAY
If Constipated, Sluggi h;
of "Dodson's Live one"
ful tonight and if I esn't straighten
you right up a make you feel fine
and vigoron. #ty morning I want you
to go bac o the store and get, your
money Doclson's Liver Tone is de
stro ig the sale of calomel because it
I eIl liver medicine; entirely vege
able, theref4, it can Ilot salivate or
make you sick.
I guarantee that. one spoonful of
Iodsoh's laiver Tone will put your
sluggish liver to work and clean your
bowels of that sour bile and consti
pated waste which Is clogging your
system and making you feel miserable.
I guarantee that 4t bottle of Dlodson's
Liver Tone will keep your entire fam
ily feeling fie for months. Olve it to
your children. Il is harmless; doesn't
gripe and they like its pleasant taste.
CARRY IN STOCK
a complete line
of the well-known
frce expense. We can supply imme.
rs, Cabinets and Record forms.
's Modern Methods."
uction book combined.
PRINTING CO. *
no 55 LAURENS, S. C.
MEELY "NTT ". MA
gineering Deral lietwe rsn
plnead toGr e eod (Iustors.
!-. .Whngton Shell, of this
city, who is rep~resentative of thie
Keely Instituie in Columbia, is report
ed1 in VTe Green woodl Journatl as say
ing that the well known liquor cure
institution wvoud he moved from Co
luminia to Greenwood on certaini con
dlitlonsh. Air. Shell inceidentally mtakes
tho startinag stateinent lthatmost of
the l Iiuor' patienats of Ilhe in sftitt
como froin the P'Iedmnic' Vet ('m. FTe
following la the Daiiy .ur nial's a
count o Mlr. Shell's vtis it teen
UR NAMES. PTE 1
es~ in (lueie Nat1IiIi'apak reltuined.
if the peope of Greenwood show
tablishment hero, the Keeley Insti
tute, nw located in Columbia, will o
moved to Grieeniwood. M\ir. 0. W
Shell, represein lg the itntit ut e, is i
the city todafy for' the pur'pose of dis
eusinig the prIopoiItin with the biusi
ness men and1( of asc'ertaninfg whet her
I hey will coniitder' the man tter.
"'It has beeni delfinit deeb(led,"(4
stales .\r. She(ll, "to mo(ve' the inst;
tte fr'omi C'oh imbia to -,1om ny in
the( iedmaont, antd 1 ma , aymeeud
lhat Greenwood on accounlt rf Ifs ex..
eellentt rilroad faiellIt I '.a g
K. l'u0e . If the peo; i.lo will
thliw thaet he the ele iy itute. I
A* tyjleal lilac k foo braveI on I his horso14)1
..m ure tha., 1t will be 4cated here."
,ir. Shell says that the decision to
move the establishment from Colum- I
bia has been reached on account of
the fact that a majority of the liquor
patients come froim this part of the
state. The "dopers," he states, are
in the majority in the lowe, part of
South Carolina, but they will go any
where for treatment. As a rule those
acdicted to the whiskey habit will
g(o to the neaest place."
'T'here is only one Keelcy Insttiut e
in each slate of the inton, and Nir.
Sheli states, that always it is a biIg
ad.eri.. Iunct for at town,
lie wil riurn to (Ireenwood next
week and i', ch some detinite cun
chiuon a,, to removal here.
TALK AT NANTU~r.. t.
Where 01.1 Salt Sen Phr r.es Corr.,
Natural as Eot.aij.
There ha always t en i .1.. .
itholltl Nint u .:i fr o t lt, 1 .
of the slt 1lt1 liilli :'t li.11.'.
nnld the Isllla 1r' ~1rbi eN1 1,'ons, 1:,
gellerosush ilnt .n. ' 1 in 1 l '111i 1 rl'
'nitions. 'Ihe ' l h t il t ir .11i n o 1
part of their 1.1;k 11ii 1itra t t we-r us l n
they ti e verif lit. '" ill y ialwa "h. tia ,l4
ey do't l not tii Ior ls ' i l anyttufo.
they " ibe " or "hei ay " it: liwy do '.
li ei' li to (ix 1 thing;. tli " *ig i '' or
"rim- 1t 111:"' t11m, do1 11 t th.:-ow an y
t llg twa , l i "1t'111 11 :11 itu i t 1 1'lIs11i1li'
th ey "h;nll k t nd It i a I.' Mawy '!ff.
"t ck, "l-w e .1b11t11" n'irl "it t ' e11C
(1'llefor 111'1113 1,.Ip 111i any oN: r, th
ilst "st if l ' 1111:'l is (11: r. ' 11 11 the 1a
they proeie(id het'y "keep t.llhe weather
eye ineli'd" and11 1h1iwt V I':1 m 11 110 egfor
1qualy." Then :tthy "with it out" uin
ill 1111y "1ahe1111 (,1" it. If tehy don't
tlke the "hty o fi l 1111ii" they " ive it
a wIt IhrthtlI
All this I1 nording to "The N1n
tuckel NIerup itslv." ia book eornpiled
andI edited t1O Wi un . Macy and
itola n it r . so) oh 1,l t ,
'.I'he autholr te lt 111e story of a certain
Quaker luotheri of Nantuckiet, who once
denied that if shei1 er use any of the
n1autla ten1r Am~ resbs so comnnon there,
and tol her ch ildren to remind her if
they ever enight ier doing It. The very
next. mnorning she gav1e them soune eggs
to leave at the home ofan relative on
the waly to s ihool with the words:
"Take these into Cousin P hehe's and
tell her I think this squares the yard
Wilitus Ai they muust seid, for it's
almnost schoo1l t imte."
L-oses Foot ait saw M1111.
MMd illmore, son of I':lihu hdimoro, of
11he il. O)liyn Sectionl, had the mnisfor
(11nO of losing' ono of his feet last week
a1- 11 resutil' of :Ia neblnt at a saw
11n111. .\ portable tractor caulht hint
unawatres aned mashed onet of his fret
so baldly, (hat, his physicidan fonl'nd It
nf i saryt :;. t o 1 a1n1putate" it i ix under
stood that hie kispding; as well as col
be expiected under tho circumnstaneS