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sweet, and perfectly wholesome. Royal is a safe
guard against ihe cheap alum powders which are
the greatest menacers to health of the present day.
ROYAL IS THE ONLY BAKING POWDER
MADE FROM ROYAL GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR
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5 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
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ISS Mayme Ferguson returned Fri
da} from im extended trip t?> Columbia
\Vboi ? she has been visiting t'rtouils.
\ i ?. Marius Randers ami little son.
Hai : oi' (Ii ecu wood Uro visiting Mrs.
.-? i i
in ? sting ami thorough paper on the
Iiis leal fneis <>r Mi. Vermin. .\
vei; 'ntertaiulng and instructive ptt
pOi -a the life and writings Ol' Nn
lha i 1 Hawthorne was read by .Mrs.
(iray. After the buslhOss meeting,
do oils Ice cr<-am and cake were
:osl enjoyable evening was spent
wit Mr. and .Vis. K. II. W likes on
Fi d They entertained several of
theit friends at a sumptuous dinner,
which was served in courses, consist
ing . turkey, rice and dressing, chick
en - itlnd, creamed potatoes, tomatoes
am lettuce, Ice cream and cake, and
and Airs. Wilkos are charming
cir> aim-is and a most delightful
even :;g was spent with them,
Tl >se invited were: Mr. and Mrs.
'I. K AlkOll. Mr. and Mrs. \V. I?. Fer
guson. Mr. ami Mrs. S. K. HOiley. Mr.
ami "Irs. It. F. Jones. Mr. ami Mrs.
.1 I'cngue and Mrs. Mosen Dean.
for veins has (bo city of Lau
rel -eon so brilliant a social event
as Monday evening's of last week, the
occ. loti of the annual Master dance.
Mau.v who have mo: in recenl years
Itetl the d .
eni ..i this occasion am! enjoyed the
iif .; number of visitors from New
he ?. Clinton, Greenwood, Spartan,
hutf Kork liiil and Columbia greatly
udd< . to tile pleasure of the occasion.
Du l?g the past week the armory.
In hieb the dances have been given,
htif . ??en completely overhauled hint
rei ivated. an I neat ladies' dressing
rot have been lilted up on the third
Moot of the building. On Monday eve
nit.- the walls of the hall Were beau
tifully and artistically decorated for
the occasion, Palms and pot plants
wert placed in and near the windows,
an. in tho rear of tin- hall amidst a
bower of palms and ferns was a
pun ill bowl, gracefully presided over
by Misses Julia Gllkcrson and Willie
Mac Ohlldress. assisted by Mr. W. ? ',
I.af aster and Mr. tlt'OOltS Ctlildt'OS
Lnureus boasts many devotees of the
dance, and these, in company with
the many welcome visitors, composed
a company that gladdened the hearts
of all who were fortunate enough to
bo present. The excellence- ot' the
music was evidence cf the fact that
the local Orchestra had been engaged
many clays In arduous practice for
the event, and 'iii- Unparalleled ,?ue
, , Is large
I ' ? .
Miss Willie Mac Chlldress. in black
grenadine trimmed it: jet I Miss .iulia
(iilkersou. in net over light greet
taffeta: Miss Sadie GrOgory of Lan?
east'-r. lavender inossallno trimmed
in gilt: Miss Josephine Sullivan, :::
wistaria messalilte, trimmed in Per
sian braid; Miss Nan Walker of linrn
well, in White net over canary satin,
witli chiffon trimmings; Miss ICthel
Mowers of Nowberr.v, in old rose mcs
sallno, with Persian lac- yoke; Miss
! Anna Drynn of Greenville, in point
Id'csprlt over cream satin, with velvet
I trimmings; Miss lOlizahetli Uichey. in
tnessaline with Persian braid; Miss
Mabel Wallace, i.i corded silk dlrec
tolre gown: "Miss Lall? Mae Dial, In
black net over red taffeta, with velvet
Jet trimmings; Miss Mary To.hi. i::
! blue crepe de chine over tafftHa. with
point lace trimmings: Mrs. Goo. A.
T. 1?. Darlington gray voile over
I pink taffeta; Mrs, !. .1. Adams, n
White m^ssalhie with l ice trimmings
The coupl >u were: Miss M tit'in lJun
[Drowning of Goldvilio with Mr. A.
Sltninohs, Miss Mary Todd with Mr.
Tbos. I. Swygert. Miss Josephine SuL
llvati with Mr. .!. W. Dunkltn. Mis
Nell Miller ivjtli Mr. tlary Eichelber>
ger. Miss Annie RichOV with Mr ;-. 11.
; Hai?t>. Miss l/.lla Ma- Dial v.::!; Mr.
iL w. Sexton. Mlsa Jessie Dolt ??..<;:
Andes' Great Medicine
Now In Laurens
Large Sales Every Day and Every Body
Pleased and Delighted?Harvelous
Impressed with thO Ihorll or Andes'
Great .Medicines, and 6f lltblr Wonder,
till work in Col tun hin and spartan
burg, we have placed a large order
for the Andes' groat Prescription and
Andes' Oreal on and now announce,
the fad to the public.
The wonderful enterprise of the
Grunt Andes in the distribution of his
medicines has created discussion in
all freies, the fame of the man s indi- ;
v unl effectiveness of his remedies!
is ? 'ihtntuiy being admitted by every
one, testimonials from some of the i
lending Citizens of the southland can
not do otherwise hut convince us that
the medlCltlOS must have merit, and
we have had many < alls for them from
fin.- own citizens, in our own town.
On former occasions, the great An
des, has made it a practice to set aside
a part of an afternoon to publicly '
demonstrate Ihe power oi' in -
tions ami merit of his medlclnCM by
giving demonstrations .is to w\uo Ills
Groat oil w ill do for stiff arms, loints.
limbs, many have responded to the
call and various forms of rheumatism
Intve been cured.
in speaking of these Demonstrations
the Groat Andes said; "Thd prepara
tion I used this flftomoon is not tin
one with which I accomplish most.
My greatest remedy is called Andes"
Great Prescription, and with which
even more remarkable euros have
been made in cases of catarrh, stum
(ich, liver, kldtn-y and bladder trouble
disorders. 'fin- stomach you kr.ov.
is the seat of many of man's worst
diseases, and bofore I leave thousand*
will have been cured who have never
even had hope of relief before."
Those medicines are now on sal
at our store.
Palmetto Drug Co.
Mr. .1. C. Rh vi. Miss Elizabeth Ulchey
with Mr. 0. ! wirt Kit hoy. Miss Elise I
Brock with M>\ P. 13. ll'b.V. Miss .Muia ?
lirynn . ; Greenville With Mr. f. 0.
SWif/.er, Miss Na-. walke1 of Barn
with di\ Tbl -. Bolt, Miss Mabel Wal
" s II ' i. N
Wood. Mi.-s Sadle Gregor} of Lancaster
Wltb Mr. !:. G. Pranks,. Miss Ethol ;
Bov ?? ;)! New berry wi?i Mr. Alberl
Dia!. Miss Au reibt Vabkio i Clinton
with Mr. T. c. Tun. Miss iona
Vorke of Clinton with Jas. Davis
of Clinton. Mr. i schayer \ i Ii Miss
Mottle Bouiware, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. ?
Browning Ol Goldville. The stans J
were: Mossrs. S'aneoy s. Gilkeraou. S.
iL Jone:' <>: SewbOrry. v, Monroe.
.1. C. Young P. Adair. Albert Gallo
way. Will Uidy. .;. ?. Little ami I. \\\\
Dillard <* Clinton. Marvin Pranks of
Char!. ; .>?; P, B. Poliers lind it. l. 1
BUr'ott of New!) t-v, ?. l. Poliers ami 1
T. R. Riloy b Greenwood. .1. (', Rhen
of Hock Mill, \>. Walking - f ?Meli- j
mond. A. M. ^t.ouiA <>i Charlotte. iL'
McC. Ih lhles Ith 1 11, P. Glider Of NoW- j
. ' ? [?' ?,
K i:. WSIs? :.. .Min. 1.. Gilkersoh. P. W. ;
C*t'Ls|>. ti. D. Cray. HOhry Shell and
i h? chuporbhes were: Mr. and Mrs.
T. D. DarlillgtOn, Mr. and Mr.-. W, D.
Perguson. Mr. ami Mrs. .1. N. Richard
sun. Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Bottey. Mr and
Mrs S U. Todd, Mr. and Mrs. .1. .1.
Adams. Mr. and Mrs. lt. K. Copeland.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Shaw. Mr. and Mrs.
W. IL Anderson, Mr, and Mr.-. W. K.
Hichey. Sr.. Mr. and Mrs. A. Dial
Gray ..ml Mr. and Mrs. W, it. Richey.
LAM) s U.K.
The St ito <>;' South Carolina. i
Cd'.inty of Lauren-. j
!r. Court ol Common Pleas.
JOHN P. DOLT.
C. C. c. D; .;? G. s.. Laurens. s. ('
Dated. this April llfb, ihl-St
WORTHY Gf CONflDtNCt
An Offer Backed Up !:y One of the Most
\V r will ;:r c i: ? y > : of ?;>?: <tip V.in-i
or pay f ?.- .ill tho nicdicin i usoddurin > :'i.? !
trial. You pay us nothing it wo fail, j
That'* i migiity iw.>ad sutcuient, \:: '. v. ?
r.ui.ia e-. iy word of it, Wo Will biiilt it
up 001 own personal t iptit uion, I ? ?
i >>nLl anything bo iaoto fair and s.a. uro
From 5 cents per pack
age to 50 c per package
The Old Reliable.
? The Largest .S??| S
3* and best line of ?1/
\ Ever shown in
jt> Consisting; of a beautiful line in dillerent designs, finished in colors,
< White, Blue, Greeen, Mahogany
land many other colors that we nave not the space
We have just received a solid car load of
[Iron Bed Springs.
On account of buying them in carload quanti
prices that vou would have to pav for cheaper qualities mtiftft 'i!?> ? &l
line before vou jlJJ .' $ r. y '<
i?&^i2SiHties \ve can sell you the best
at other-places. Be sure t
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If you arc inter
ested in a good Cot
ton Planter, come ?
to us and let us
show you, what
we have to offer.
We know our ?
planters are i?ood $
ones and w ?uld \
like to have a
chance am! con "j
vi nee vou, oi t heir
l IL SULLIVAN'S I
We are offering Mr.?. !.. K. Milufh's
Lot of 2*J acres, including Storo Lot, at
[.anford Station, dwelling nnd out build*
ings <?n the premises. Price ri^ht,
Lots No 27 2H'.'18 i" 12-11-16-IS-50, of
the Irbv place suvey In the city of
Lauren.-. Those being situuted on the
farms, at WuUs Mill Town. We Ore
When heeding anything in
]it.'ii! Estate Write or
call on us
C. A. Power.
(ifllco in Tod-.i Building
C-vi,v.v-v;?: HH HH & HH HJ: 4 O
| Fresh |
* ., ,. !*
+ , if
in air ti^>lit liii call.
l'iu'S, Seedless Raisins,
ami eleauen C in r;int>, ?L,
Califi lii.i I ,enu >u cliny
ainl yellow free stone
peat lies, CanMed 1 Vas, ?^
11i1k T< ?::: ^*
ImcsIi rhkl domestic
KENNEDY BROS. ?
Laurens, s. L. yp
Tea or Coffee
The Cup that Cheers
Monogram < of ice
the Highest Oracle
I Darjeeling Tea
The Light Of Asia
yen will use it regularly.
nt'h's im t'oaway VyoilU'N twrtr ?I.
i ? ?
'.in.', acres in two tracts, < :i Dutteati si
creel . ?cur tjarlitigloii ?tntiohi
11?> aen's ne?r Ware Shoah, fiholv
improved ?nd in high stallt cultivation*
:: i acron near Tuffthtirif* Shoals,
bitfh state cultivation, with six-room
l-'.'j acro.n between l.anrenn :ir.. 1 ("Ith*
tun at a l>an;ain.
Wo hllVO thai ma|*HilicOnt farm
kriOwn a.-> the Van Robertson lartrt.fVoar
Waterloo, 211 acros al a bargain, and
iim Im . bei W ?ofl ?tij\ <? Taylor's and .1.
. > .
t'orn? tihd ???<? for any kind of real
estate city or couiilrv<
J, II. I". Hoilor mid H. P. Engine
and Brick outfit cheap, in good ?hupe*
Two hounea arid lots near l.aur-'iis
cotton mill store.
Anderson & Blakely
West Main St, I/AUHRN9, S. <\
T. C. TURNER, JR.,
A TP ?UNKY-AT-I.AW.
Will practice in all State coilftB.
Prompt attention jrivci tc all business.
Office it! Enterprise Bank Building.