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* JONES NEWS.
Jones, lay 7.-Mr. W. P. Harris an
son and Mr. and Mrs. Win. Gray <
Gray Court recently paid us a shor
but exceedingly pleasant visit. M
Harris was a schoolmate of ours and I
one of Laurns counties' most siccess
ful and progressive farmer. lie is fit
gentleman who introduced the su
cessful cultivation of the "IAoOkotI
Mountain" Irish potato and raises sei
eral thousand bushels annually. I
we had enough of such farmers the
would solve tie food problem that i
now being thoroughly discussed by th
press and the people.
Dr. and 'Mrs. W. T Jones and soti
MIr. Walter .L. .Jones and daughters
Irs. Farle MI. Cabne and 3l rs. Co. I
Gralan attenled tihe "Camp lire" en
tertaininct at Ware Shoals last Fri
'Col. F. N. N. 1lailey of (Greenwool
and \lir. Ware of the '. S. Armiy pail
Its a short call Tuesday. MI. Ware i
a desceidanlt of the Wart'es who wer
among the eariliest settlers of fhi
section and being anxious to learn al
he could aboutf his eople, called lp
oil Mrs. Dr. W. T. .ones who gav'
him a good deal of in formation con
AIrs. .Jolthn Norrel of l'elzer, hu
formerly of ithis section. passed awa:
recently and was la idt) to red*t. in) Tulr'
key Creek cemet'tery. Sie was a mnns
excellent woman, loved by all of he
ac(uaintanc'es. We tenderly symit
pathlize witt the hereav-ed famin ly.
Rev. J. Il. ionnelly o Priiceoin
filled his appointment here on 5th Sun
day night an(d will preach again 01
the second Sunday night.
Mr. and .\irs. C. I. Farr's, Air. am
.irs. Dave Sta1lnakei of Grt'eenwoot
and lrs. Ilerman Walker ot Nasliville
T1enn., were the gmvsth of* Dr. and All
W. Townes Jiones Suniday of last week
We tianuk our Princeton friends to
an invitation to their sch1(01ool piilite m
last Friday anlid regret lid our iabltil it
We also appreciate atn invitation P
the Masonite meetting a I a:ritiens on il
-Itht inst but was forced to forego tlu
pleasire of at teiding.
At the "Farmers Itally" here on tI
30thl of Apr,l, t. .Jas. .11. D~allas mm,1h
ai earntest and elorItint appeal it he
half of tie niecessity of raising ltor'
Onl the followintg day l)rs. litith o
(reenwood and Sinms of Columbia am
Ir. C. 13. liarris deloivred splendi<
addresses on the question of bealtl
and iecessily of growing mor food.
"OUR GREAT B14
mills in the busines
don't care what yo
Spet''lal I bat Salt' --Str~aw Il
P~anmas at...... .....,
\leni's t It'l''drwar1, wothi 85
NOW is thie timie to gt
Men 's Serg~e Sits , spe'i'al
Titese so its a re wort h ?.
('iititn 's \\'asii Sitls ....
til art (eln-'V.i a h
n >u~ tos.... .... .........
Buyin thebuyr i S rnid
thy at .. T..h..e
Npca o .e' \\1 Soi
Credit to ..............
Addre S ...............
'(Trii neatly and p
NOT GOOD AF
stifts. All of our people are Indebted
to the above mentioned gentlemen for
their kindness In visiting its and so
forcefully emphasizing our duty.
it. ad Mis. ielton, -\Ir. an(d 'Mrs.
Artihitr cork, or (eorgia, are visiting
'he fiends of .lr. Charley A. M.loore
will re'gret to learn that he passed
awayv yseterdav. lie was a gallant ex
Confederate and splendid citizen. Wc
gynipathize with tihe bereaved family.
Dr. W. T. .lones recently exatined
a class of yomg ladies at Ware Shoals
who had been instructed lin First Aid
work by Dr. .1. It. Workman and at
th lt'rt'ainilent of the "Callp Fire"
airls on the 27th inst, presented a
Iautiftm itize to Miss Ethel Mattison
for iiaviing made the highest examina
H1OW 'NCLE S.\M PAYS
llS OFFICEIlIS AND MlEN
l'edint Arity Bill Adls Five Doblars
per M14 ont o Pity of Privates.
Washinogt on, May I.-The present
yearily pay of lie oticers and eliisted
m1t1ent inl tlie I'niited Stiates army and
navy is as follows:
Al,.or (Ieneral, $S.1000; ltrigadier
Colonel. $1,000: Iientienant Colonel,
M350;3ajor. 1$3.010:;U pan $2.1110;
b'irst bienltenlant. $2,000; Second Lieu
S1n:t t, $1,7 (m.
ThoI:: of the lowe. grades arie paid
the folowing per iiionth:
F 'Iv1ricia s, $45 to $75; Sergeants.
-)o $15-; cooks and horseshoers,
'Corporails, $21 to $2I; mechanics
. a1 arli cers, $21 to $2.1; privates,
'i Gst cla.is, $1S: other privates, $15.
ItOfice's get 10 per cent extra pay
I afte' five years, and .10 per cent ex
t ira at tr I wetity years. They also
have heat and light free and are al
Ity" of Goo
? STOCK," clean, rn
s, we give you this "1
u pay for "High Livi
io. 1 Store 210 West Lai
' $f1.00( bot t lie oii W\aa m poltes
......... .... .... ........84c
niIs at samte red' hut picesQ.
ats, Vene(t ian lPaniamas and
........... .....98c 10) $4.98
$1 .50, our' pitce.... ....$1.25
(', ing~t at old1 pries . . .. 25c
itits. genuine P'almi Beach
.... .........$5.98 up to $8.50
.vourtt ('ol sitit and eniijoy it.
......... ....$10.00 io $17.50
) miore~ than we sell themm fotr.
......... ....75c, 98c, $1.25
oitp r )ii C.e $2.48, $3.98, $4.39
. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....$6.98
(e'ss I hem0 up!. Y~ou will save
a . . .. $1.25, $1.48, $1.75, $1.98
Sgoaig ait old prtices whtile
.$2.48, $2.98, $3.50, $3.95, $4.48
rts, hig va lues $1.00, $1.25, $1.48
'g's andai othIer wevs way
2.98, $3.50, $3.95, $4.48 t o $6.39
... .. .. .. ..98c, $1.25 to $2.39
alues '.....'...50c, 75c and 98c
g Slippers, Hats,
and "Stretch" l
House That's Makir
a 210 W. Lans St
ser Auto Contest
'orth Fifty Votes 50
ut in flat packages.)
FER MAY 18TH
lowed for iuarters.
Privates get 18 a month during sec
ond enlistment, and euch subsequent
enlistment adds something ui) to the
seveth, when the pay is $25.
The pending army bill adds $5 a
month to the present pay of every en
Admiral, $13,500; Rear Admiral,
$6,000 to $8,000, according to rank;
Captain, $4,000; Commander, $3,500;
Lieutenant Commander, $3,000; Lieu
tenant, $2,000 to $2,400, according to
g'rade; lensign, k41,700;. :m idsh Ipmuany'
$000 while at the Naval Academy,
$1,100 in service; warrant officer, $1,
500; mate, $1,125 to $1,500.
The pay of lower grades is by the
month, as follows:
Chief petty officer, $50 to $70; petty
oflicer, $3o to $65, according to class;
seaman, first class, $2.1; ordinary sea
son, $19; aptrentice seaman, $16;
cook, $25 to $55; fireman, $30 to $35.
Gunners are classed as warrant of
ficers. Cunner's mates are classed as
Iloth oflicers and men' in t he navy,
as in the army, get allowances for
heat, iglit and <ia'rters, and extra
pay for length of service.
Tle pay for officers is the same as
in the army.
Privates, $15 a month.
Hoth ollicers and men get ext ra
pay for lengti of service, and light
and hleat are free.
Additional pay is granted marine
and army offlcers and men on foreign
CHICHESTER ----I LS
TIM IE ASOND nnAN11)..
y e a S k n on N IS e t A l wI r R e a t
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVEA11FRE
w merchandise is at
Big Saving"~ now. F
g"Every day is
irens Street. No! 2 Si
>0) yards tinle <inal d Jit lilhin
12 1-2e eita'lity Glinghanms at .
.10t0 qullity' (inghtams and1 CI1
40-inch Seai Islad1 ......1
S pecial1 lot of lileachl ig no0w 0
gun metl,-tanuu, vi('i kid, goil
Jf1 you only knew the valu 110
wou01ld not .be1 on1 our1 shlves
2, 500 pirs I'lenii's Sh1oes an d S
sav e 50c to $1.50 a patir~ on1
are' going fast --wait inig Imeanl
ILalies' flats .... ..........
(ChIihIr'en)'s llats .. ....
Iivlin hee and1( you '11ll ave mom
lIig lin of c 8i1nuner0l Ilress (01
-.....i..ks...... .... .... .... ....
I Special lot of' Coutercpanes 01
Special lot ofI 'Men 's WorIk Shi11
Mleni's I )ress Shuirt s-hig lot. to
98c up) to.............. .
Ale''s r lnon Suits at old( pIi
Dresses, Dry G
(our Dollars. 1l
g Laurens, S. C. Fai
No. 2 Store 0.
Men s Shoes
Our showing of men's spring
shoes is attracting the attention of men who fully appreciate particularly
Our men's Shoes are ideal shoes---the best shoes that can be sold at
any stated pricel Men. who have been here for shoes, tic to this shoe
store and never think of going elsewhere for anything in footwear!
We show the broad easy tread, comfortable, durable shoes for the man of af
Then, there are the smart snappy styles for the young man who wants all the
new features. Black or the new tan leathers.
We have every variation in size and width for perfect fitting. We're expert
Prices? Here's our very strongest inducement! We want you to see our splen
did values in our moderate price shoes, at such reason able figures as
$3.00, $3.50 to $4.00
See Our Shoe Luxury at $5.00, $6.00, $6.50 to $7.50
Shoe Speceialis-' s
gh Prices" at J. C. Burns Co.'s
your service. Bought months ago direct from the biggest
'lease read every line unless you have "money to burn" and
Bargain Day" at J. C. Burns & Co.'s "Big Busy Stores'"
ore On the Square, 0. B. Simmons Block, Next to Laurens Hardware Co.
., wort h I 2e, gointg now atI 10c isaulSokl : . '' i'gii UIlc1c.2 t 694
.... .... ... .... ...1c h'git io i'iW.w
.. .... .... ...........180c ~ .11.1( Ji~.IixigIl41Q w&L Ioie
..... .... .... .... ......8c
a Sale .... .... .... .....G \'i',Wiui' 1a I ictei' eui8O o'~4c ~
lite cava, patent leather aii.........' . . .8
ig at old pr'ies $1.25 to $3.48 Seillt l ii I11 r311,w~~adeilie
1. these slip~per's now, they g)lg~t...................~,io 5
li pper's, all kin1ds, enn as, 7fJ kac etSd1 il1f4Itd)..........5
aviiei kid. I niy now~~ -i nd 4Ik!C 4.1W'liI~I (W&1............5
s grunlt later' aind pay ni(P' ore.111'lo ~'I*JvIii .& 41........5
.. .... ..... 98c up 4> $3.48 4joki~~(4ill~4 tll...............~
.... .. .....50c u~p to $1.98 't45( i. lI acr... ............c
>ods in te laltestL weaves I~ig'\'il ~ i il..................~
)c, 12 1-2c, 15c, 25c, 33c, 48o Ii0'p......................S
I sale' now......... .... ...$i .1I9e(I'''' IS 'I il.............5
-ts, worth 65e on sale now 50c (laslhli..............2 ,45,7,89
seleet friom 39c, 6co, 35c, nig (1 i i l''
....... .... .... ....$1.481 t I1;I'l)( Iiiil'i..... ..........5
mI will need( Sits . 1(t ' n'1'.................~
eoods bongh befo thnrtT ee Bieuy Soe
bySligSm oodsi for hl tes Mooeyr.Sohywl
B.Smm nllok exts tomLens Chrdwars eni Cxord.8c0