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Thousand; of millions
of cans of Royal Baking
Powder nave been used
in making bread, biscuit
and cake in this country,
and every housekeeper
using it has rested in perfect confi
dence that her food would be light,
sweet, and perfectly wh< -lesome. Royal is a a fe
guard against the cheap alum powders which are
the greatest menacers to health of the present day,
ROYAL SS THE ONLY BAKING POWDER
MADE t'UOM ROYAL GRAPE CREAM OE ?ARiAR
(ENTKK POINT NU WS ITH MS.
Kvonts of ti Weck llriellj und Point
Center Puint. Fobruur> Itith. Air.
W. .1. Miller, who has been quite
ill tor itonn lime is no) much Inn
proved ul ihis writing.
.Mrs. Mnttie 101 more, who has been
very sick is somewhat bolter.
Several went from Ibis community
up to ICkom Sunday night and beard
a good sermon by Itev. .Mr. Itammett,
His lex I was "And as it is appointed
unto men once to die. hut after this
the Judgment." He made a plain
talk Oil the sad hour when man imisi
lay his armour down and return unto
the dust from whence he came, and
his spirit go to meet Ood til the great
Mr. IDdgar Hurts and .Mr. VY. M
Iteld have recently moved.
A good crowd wool to New Hion
church Sunda.v lor preaching, hut tin
preacher did mil collie on nccoiiut Ol
the inelement weather.
Thoi'O v. as almost a storm here last
Friday night, accompanied by thunder
and lightning; the rain was heavy
hot the clouds soon passed oil' ami
Saturday was a beautiful day.
This community was very much
allocked when the news came of the
sad dentil of Mr. M. n. Stone, much
sympathy is felt for the sorrowing
ones throughout this vicinity.
Mrs. Ida Freeman und children have
boon visiting at Mr. lOllhore's Ihb
Mr. Fl.nee Smith, who has been
qtlito ill is still improving.
This a 'common form of muscular
rhoumntisui. No Internal treatment
is hooded, Apply Chaniborluin's
liniment freely three limes a da>
and a quick cure is certain. This
llnimenl has proven especially valua
ble for muscular and chronic rhou
mutism. Sold by Lhurons Drug Co
iiVDitn h i;i ! tn il .irsncn.
Candidate I rum Spill'tanbiirg 1 let led
On Thirty-KlghUi Itnllot.
'I he deadlock which has continued
through thirty :..'\ . n ballots was hro
ken Thursday night on the thirty
eighth when Judge 1> K Hydrlok, ot
Sparlauburg, was elected aswociatc
JllHtlCO tO succeed .lUSliCO It'll ft. JoilC!
by a vote of inn to Aftei ihe
llrsi ballot Ihe name of lion, .lohn ('.
> Sheopard. of ?degfleld was withdrawn
Judge llydrlck being elected on the
second, defeating Mr. Colli ran of
"Oll The l't luitiYr."
Ihirgm-d ami Ailon's Company of
Iwoiity people, Hand ami Ort hcklrn,
support im: Miss llonrictlu Wilson in
tin' grenl play "Oll Tli? Frontier"
will l?> iho special iiitiwtioii in the
o|)oi'ii hoiis?' soon.
TllO p|f?0O ir. ;( M II | j|r; (ll illllil (if
Western Lifo wiih many Hi rilling
climaxes and plenty of good comedy
to amuse all. Five !iij;li Hiiss
vnudcvilllc nets arc given by such
well known people as .1. Henry King.
M;il. f. Don 1011. Ilonriottn Wilson,
Agin Ft oiieli Doss, \. 1 in \ i.s ami
Wo j'l-.i have received :i largo sliip
int'ill of Attains, Itliio, Orey and " 1*i11 -
ware, consisting of evor.x thing yon
ihiiy nee ! Tor your kitchen, Serf our
line before yhn buy.
s. M. & 1: II. Wllkofi & Co.
1 the family
mm sto?e i
We've a jilsi righl pair of
Shoes ft r every member of the
Family from tirandpn's lender
?5 feel down to the nature shaped
Shoes for the iiiltie Peoplo,
Many Families call this their
Shoo Store chining here with
with every Shoe want,
Tlie feet, lhal \v< dress with
Shoos weniMhebe! I looking, hi si
durable hhd eohifortablo Sinu s,
that it is pos il>!?? to buy.
How uboi.il mal.in;1; this your
Shoe Store?- you'll do your feel
and pUrsO go ? i 1 urn by doin?
H The One Price Store. Customers
lyj Shoo.H Sinned Fr?b.
Waterloo dinner* ;?> he Rebuilt,
Waterloo, Feb. 15, -Messrs Long und I
Culborson uro laying tho Itimbci on
11 hi ?ground lo rebuild their ginnery
which was burned last mil.
(?round will bo broken nl oiiee for
ihe rebuilding Nothing bui modern
machinery will bo installed hi the new
Mr. T. H2. Harris bns opened Ills new 1
store mill making it neat and attrac
The w. O. w. Musical Comedy Co.
expect to visit several nearby towns j
at an early date. The proceeds from
these cnterlaitimeul will go towards
the erection of a Woodman hall.
The camp will meel tlio next Friday
night Fob. Iti lo consider place eel.
for tif new building and all members ;
ii re urged lo be present.
Seared \> Kit a Hot Iron
or scalded by overturned kettle cut
with a knife?bruised by slammed
door Injured by gun or in any other I
way?the thing needed at once Is
llucklcn's Arnica Salve to subdm It
Humiliation and Kill tin- pain It's
earth's supreme healer. Infallible for
Dolls. I'lcoi's, Fever Soros, lOc/.enui
and Piles. L'".e at I.aureus Drug Co.
and Palmetto Drug Co.
The !><?>,i you can get in the wn> cil
.1 cooking stove is not good eiiounh
but a Duck will come nearer than uio
oilier stove made. Don't buy before
yoll see our line in different style?,
S. M. & 10. II. \\ likes & Co.
75 acres 1A miles of I.aureus C. 11.
on Milton road $2,000.
House ami lot on Hampton street.
The Switzor farm, 236 acres, on easy
Tho James T. Brownlco tract K2 ?". !
Fine livery stable on Mill street, very
low and one-half cash.
'.'7 acres of land within ollO-fOUI'tlt
mile of Watts .Mills. From one ucn
lots up. (.'heap.
Three hundred and fifty acres, ?". miles
from town, half in tine limber, > 1 ."">.<n?
Tho pretties! place in Fountain inn
at a bargain?$3,000.
95 acres near Watts Mills. Come
quick or it will be gone.
302 acres in two tracts, on Duncan's
creek, near Garlillgloil station.
1 |(3 acre:- near Ware Shoals, line!-,
improved and in high state cultivation.
92 3-<1 acres near Tumbling Shoals,
high state cultivation, with six-room
132 acres between Lauicns ami Clin
ton at a bargain.
We have that magnificent farm
known as the Van Robertson farm,neat
Waterloo, Jll acre al a bargain, a.a!
very easy terms.
313 acres near Waterloo, the Amanda
500 acres near Stomp Springs, ihe
best bargain of them all.
One six-room liouso ami lot on Flein
ing street at a bargain.
97 acres, the IJoyd farm at lloyd's
Mill, $1000; one-half cash.
200 town lots at all hied ol prices.
(lie- lot on X. Harper M? ni' " build*
lag ltd, between Stevo Taylor's an I .1.
Come and see us for any kind of r< al
estate city or count rv.
25 H. I'. Holler and 33 II I'. Fngim
ami Brick outfit cheap, in good shape.
Anderson & Blakely
West Main .St.
[>AI KENS, ^. C
Laurens Wholesale Grocer / Co.
Distributers of Best Qualil : Groceries V
V\ e sell feed for Man and Beast ni lower prices O
than any regular Grocer,, Dealers
FIRS1 :?Our expenses are pi :ti :a!ly nothing, C
no clerk hare, high rents, i o b p, noy
bad accounts, e verything over i\.:Uu Is profit. &
SECOND:?We buy for cash m
we se!$ onlv for cash.
Don't take our word for it b
prices with other dealers.
Until further notice we sell
? ulated Sugar in 100 pound lot a1
? Salt, nci 5oc. Everything el
Cfr Flour, Grain, I lay, Corn, Oal
? Lard, Tobacco and Pleat. VVc a.lf
A supply of Unknown Reason ha:
O expecl to have nothing but the b
Good joods, foi Less Money for
Come in loci ay and sa\ e i
j. > >urs for cheap
? Laurens ? Vholesal?
fr* sii in
A,. ' il
$ 40 inch
:onipa re o
& t i 1 ies,
:ki lbs. #
"? eal, %
lotto is ?
! cuss is
??Dra King's . < D?dhl
Oiseoverjf . pi, .
cm SLOUGHS price
[and au. TlinOAl ANOIJ'Nl ?
Has proved a great money-saving' succes and we thank the peo >
Si and Laurens County for their patronage
y Take Notice That This Great
X SaleWill Close - - - - -
We invite you to come before il close> for we still have numbers of Bargah to offer .
able Merchandise at a very low nrii
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