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Cross Hill, April 22.?Dr. J. H. Mil
ler attended the meeting of Enoree
Presbytery at tlreenville last week, as
a representative of the church here.
Mr. M, T. Simpson was a juror at the
federal court at Greenville last week.
Mr. Marvin Anderson attended the
Sunday School Convention at Green
wood last Wednesday.
Mr. T. M. Plnson went over to Ches
ter to see his brother Dr. E. W. Pin
sou last Wednesday. The doctor Is
not so well and his people are appre
hensive about his condition.
Mrs. W. C. Kasor returned last Tues
day from a visit to relatives at Lau
rens and Clinton.
Mr. W. C. llasor left last Wednesday
for Atlanta to be gone several days.
Mrs. Janle McSwain Is visiting Mr.
W. A. McSwain and family in New
berry. She expects to meet her grand
daughter, little Miss Janle Belle Mc
Swain there for the first time.
Mr. J. C. Chandler met with a seri
out accident last Thursday. He was
driving a nail, the hammer made a
glancing lick and the nail hit him in
the eye. The doctor Is afraid he will
lose his eye.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hill went over
to Chester last Wednesday and return
Dr. J. D. Austin of Clinton was here
on a business visit last Thursday.
David, the little son of Mrs. Laura
DurnBlde has been qluto 111 for sev
eral days with fever.
Two negroes, a man and a woman,
were lodged In the calaboose here last
Wednesday, charged with burning the
barn of Mr. W. L. Teague of Mountvlllo
They wero given a preliminary bear
ing before Magistrate W. H. Fuller
Thursday and sent to Jail.
The rain came last Monday night
and has continued showery since, put
ting a stop to planting seed. A very
small ner cent of tho cotton crop has
Lovely Hair for (?Irls and Hoys.
The man who Is bald at 30 can us
ually blame his mother.
It Is a mother's duty to look after
her children's hair; to be sure that a
dressing Is used that will destroy the
microbes of disease, will banish dan
druff and promote a growth of hair.
Mothers who use PARISIAN SAGE
need never worry about having ba.d
headed sons at 30 or girls with foded
coarse looking hair at any age.
For Laurens Drug Co. know PARI
SIAN SAGE so well that they guar
antee It to abolish dandruff, to <?tvy
Itching scalp and falling hair, or uk *i
And children as well as their par
ents love to use PARISIAN SAGE, for
It Is so refined and pleasant and makes
the head feel fine Instantly. 50 cents.
MEWS FROM JONES.
Jones, April 22.?Mr. Johnnie Jack
son attended the recent convention of
Red Men at Gaffney.
Mr. Harold Barinore has accepted a
position with Ware Shoals Manufac
Wo recently met our good friend Mr.
June Martin of Donalds.
Mr. T. J. Beacham made a trip to
Columbia last week.
Mrs. B. C. Graham passed away on
the 19th inst. and was laid to rest
the following day at the Graham cem
etery. She whs a most excellent wo
man and all of our people tenderly
sympathize with the boreaved family.
Mr. Jas. Killlngsworth, of Lavonla,
Ga., recently visited relatives and
friends hero. He was reared here and
his friends are glad to hear he has
prospered in his new home.
Mr. Young Wlllard caught a 24-lb
carp last week.
We recently enjoyed the hospitality
of our friends Mr. and Mrs. Joel A.
Mr. Walter Jones, has some fine
Contractor John Cook Is building a
nice six-room cottage for Mr. Thos
The Democratic Club will meet Sat
urday, 27th inst at 2 p. m. We cor
dially invite all of our friends to at
tend and enroll their names.
We recently visited our venerable
friend Capt. George V. Anderson of
Waterloo and was very sorry to find
him critically ill. We also visited our
warm frleud and schoolmate, Mr. Ben
Anderson, who has been Ml for some
time. Wo sincerely trust that they
may both, under tho skillful attention
of Dr. Fennel 1 be restored to health.
Rev. Mr. Edwards, a candidate for
school commissioner was here last
Tho many friends of Miss Lou Ella,
daughter of Mr. Wiley Watklns, will
be pained to learn of her death from
pneumonia. All of our people tender
ly sympathize with the bereaved fam
We" are indebted to Messrs Elwood
Cooper, Johnnie Jackson and J. Frank
Anderson for recent kind favors
Mr. Leo Bannon, chief electrician
at Ware Shoals, is thoroughly familiar
with his duties and is well liked by
all who have met him.
Dr. Towr.es Jones and daughter,
Miss Olivia Jones, visited Greenwood
Mrs. Dr. Willie T. Jones and daught
er, Miss Lala. were shopping visitors
to Abbeville last week.
* PEA RIDGE. *
Pea Ridge. April 22.?Again it is |
raining this morning. The farmers in
this section are very much behind.
Very little cotton has been planted.
Mr. E. D. Goodwin of South Carolina
University spent the week-end with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Good
Master Hijliard Hill, of Laurens, is
visiting his grandmother, Mrs. M. E.
Little Miss Rosa Dell Sumerel re
turned homo Wednesday from a visit
to her sister, Mrs. Clyde Todd, of
Mrs. N. J. Anderson and Miss Cora
Workman visited Mrs. Ella Shockley.
Master Herbert Todd. of Clinton, Is
visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
M. A. Sumerel.
Miss Nannie Rowland was the guest
of Miss Bessie Blakely Monday night.
Mrs. N. J. Anderson, Msses Cora
Workman, Hessle Blakely, Nannie
Rowland, Irene and Mabel Goodwin
were the guests of Mrs. R. T. Cunning
Little Misses Martha Reid and Mary
Bell Todd. of Long Branch, spent the
week-end with their grandmother, Mrs.
Mr. Clardy Dolt, of Laurens, wns a
visitor on the Ridge Monday after
Mr. and Mrs. P. Tt. Railey and daugh
tor, Rosa Lee, were the guests of Mr.
M. A. Sumerel and family Thursday,
Notice Higliland Home.
There will be a special called meet
ing of the members of the Highland
Home Baptist church In the interest of
missions on next Sunday 28th inst. at
3:30 p. m. All the members are re
quested to como prepared to make
their annual contribution to home and
foreign missions. Meeting called by
order of the church In conference April
H. L. Daggott,
W. H. Darksdale,
Clerk, pro tern.
Why He Was Lato.
"What made you so late?"
"I met Smlthson."
"Well, that is no reason why you
should be an hour lato getting homo
"I know, but I aBked biro how ho
was feeling, and ho insisted on tell big
mo about his stomach trouble"
"Did you tell him to take Chamber
"Sure, that Is what he needs." Sold
by all dealers.
J. C. BURNS A. CO.
SELLS SAME GOODS
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SELLS MORE GOODS
BRINGS US BARGAINS
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with Bargains. Here is Some of Our Bouquets for You
Plucked from Our Many Departments:
$2.50 Slippers for only .$1.98
Baby Shoes for .10c
100 pairs Men's Pants worth $1.25 a pair, go
ing for only .98c
Special lot Embroidery going at 5c, 8c, 10c,
12 l-2r, 18e, 25c up to 9ie per yard for the
Big values in Ribbons yd lc, 3c, .">e, 10c, 13c,
18c, 25c and.39c
BO pieces 32-Inch Ginghams, fine goods worth
IBc per yard, our quick sale price now IslOc
25e hunch nice Violets .... .19c
25c bunch nice Roses .19c
B0c wreath nice Roses .39c
$4,00 ladles- trimmed Hat .$2.9s
$3.00 pair ladies' Slippers .$2.39
$3.50 pair men's Slippers .$2.98
2,5 pieces 10-inch Lawn, worth 12 l-2c our
Special bargain In India Linon, 12 l-2c quality
Men's and hoys flats, all styles, all kinds 10c,
I8c, 25e, 89c, In* tip to $3.Is for John 1?.
Stetson $5.0") hat.
Work Shirts and Overalls.
50c Shirts .39c
Union made Shirt, best made .45c
Overalls, boys .25c
Overalls, men's .18c
Overalls, men's union made for 9Sc, worth $1.25
17 lbs Standard granulated Sugar for ....$1.00
10 lbs Eagle Thistle Soda, best made, hero
10c can Good Luck Baking Powder .8c
5c package Gold Oust .4c
15c Curry Comb.10c
You will make money by buying your goods
at Red Iron Racket.
1,000 yds Calico, special yd.1 l-2c
10c quality 36-lnch Bleaching for .8c
Special lot silk Dress Goods now going at 25c,
39c, 4Sc, 09c up to 91c per yard.
1,000 yards good checked Homespun going at
the yard .5c
Lace Curtain goods for curtains per yd ..10c
Hosiery all kinds ..5c, 8c, 10c, 15c, 18c, 25c
Ladies' I'ndervests .5c, He, 10c, 13e
Ladies' silk Hose.25c to 18c
Men's I'liderwear, good values 23c, 39c, 45c
Ladies* Shirtwaist, fine goods 48c, 75e, 98c,
$1.18 up to .$2.5>*
Big value In Dress Skirts 75c, 98c, $1.39, $1.98,
2.48, $2.98 up to .$7.91
Petticoats and Gowns .48c, ?9c, 98c
2,000 dress negligee Shirts on sale at 25c, 39c,
48c, 69c up to 98c for the $1.25 kind.
1,000 pairs boy's Knee Pants, gx>d everyday
Pants going for the pair .25c
Big line of boy's Suits .$1225 to $5.00
1 nice Umbrella .48c
$1.00 Umbrella .81c
$1.25 Umbrella .98c
Children's Slippers 4Se, 09e, 83c, 98c, $1.18 to
Ladies' Slippers 98c, $1.18, $1.39 up to $2.91
Ladles' Hats 25c, 89c, 48c, 94c, up to $4.50 for
the $7.00 kind.
Ladies' Shoulder Cord Bags 25c, 48c, 75c, 98c
Needles, Pins, Key Chains, Hair Pins, Lead
Pencils, each .lc
$1.00 Alarm Clock.?0c
$1.00 Watch only .?sc
$1.00 set Knives and Forks .69c
$1.25 Teachers' Bible .9Sc
$3.00 large table Bible.98c
1 small Testament .10c
Red Iron Racket Clothes Brush .10c
10-qt. Tin Hucket .I0c
1 set White Plates .39c
Window Shades from .10c to 15c
1 pair Lace Curtains .31k
2 Handkerchiefs .5c
1 nice Towel.10c
50 pieces of the new Dauntless Ginghams, flno
for dresses, body waist. ?>kirts and children
school dresses, big value at per yard ....9^
Men's Clothing special $3.98, $1.91, $(i.3!>, $&80
up to $14.50 [-er suit. Gome and see these
suits, you can save right here from $2.00
to $1.00 on a single suit.
Towels .?Je, 5e, Sc to 26?
$3.00 eight day Clock for.$1,98
$2.50 eight day Clock for .$1.09
$20.00 gold filled Watch for $12.50
Guaranteed by J. C. Burns & Co.
Our do soes beats other people's say soes.
1 set nice Tumblers for.15c.
1 set iarge Ice u:ii Tumblers.48c
1 lar^e Bowl .io<.
Don't fall to Bee the many bargains In tho
basement. Tin, Glass. Crockery, Knanvel
l large Rug.<)qc
1 Art Square f?x 12 feet for only.$2.98
17 lbs Standard granulated Sugar for_$1.00
7 cake.-, best Laundry Soap for .25c
3 sticks best Bluing .?c
10c lb Epsom Salts .if,
10c lb. Sulphur .?c
Let uo make your tailor mado Suit. 100 pat
terns to select from $15.00, no moro no less
$15.00. This Is the International Woolon
Mills line. Come, look this line over.
Des! Standard Paten! Medicines
$1.00 bottles for .Ric
50c bottles for .42c
26c bottles for.22c
25c package Black Draught for only _15c
Red Iron Racket
J. C. Burns & Co. "Cut Price" Store
210 WEST LAURENS STREET
New Spring Goods Ready for You