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Royal Baking Powder is the
greatest of time and labor
savers to the pastry cook. Jj
Economizes flour, butter jj
and eggs and makes the 1
food digestible and healthful j
Makes most healthful food
No alum?no lime phosphates
The only baking powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
% TURKEY DINNER
AT DR. J. W. BEASON'S
vn Hospitable Occasion at Klctrnul
> ountr> llontc in tin ! onnt> The
Menu and The Guests.
Ii. bun. Now 22. -At the beautiful j
country home of Mr. and Mrs. Dr. .1.1
VS Benson near Eden a lliie turkey ,
il uner was given Inst Thursday, hav
ii - few friends and relatives to dine
wit.ii them. The ball was beautifully
de orb ted with |>alms anil ferns, ami
the tlining room in pink with roses and
? ?; ? > sautheiuums..
one o'clock the dining room doors
v ? ? thrown wide open for one and
till ??? go in and enjoy the grand old
key" dinner. The first course was j
irkey, dressing, rleo, macaroni, potn- |
. cranberries, cherry pickles;
So, und: silver and golden cake with
l>0 !' I custard:
Tl '.: Coffee and cheese straws.
After enjoying a most delightful
<: ? r the guests returned to the par
I .here sonn- instrumental music
was rendered on the piano by Miss
M&H Bllbb. and several vocal solos
si tig by Misses Vivian Owens and
Aliio Habb. I In fore leaving. Mrs.
Beiu.on hrought in some fruit which
v>. s much enjoyed.
Every one enjoyed the day to the
i; ?? est extent, and as usual Dr. and 1
Sirs. Benson gave all who were pres-j
m ? ? royal good t |me.
Those present were. Mr. and Mrs.:
lb ?WCUS and daughter, Miss Viv
bin, Mr. and Mrs. Walker Gray and,
little son. Lake. Mrs Langdon Brooks
Mr. and Mrs. 'fully Habb. Misses Mae'
t i tl Mlie Babb.
15 V Uli "'OH N III It It 1.1 M.S.
f - mil Mention ('onccrning People
of Thrift) Section.
?.blown. Nov. 2!l Several people,
il ids section attended Hie party
. ? ksgiving evening at Hie home
(i \ . ami Mrs. Claud Kellet?.
.... -t Thursday afternoon Rev. s. T
:. . kinnn preached a missionary ser
i ia in Oleen Pond church,
Mc. Thoiupason and Wife moved
' . Fountain Inn last week.
'fa I mage Kellet | was visiting j
M . Icon Woods Thanksgiving.
-s l.illie Karton spent last Pri
ll niglit w it!. Mi s ('orn i'.abb.
j liimkell St. left Friday for
i as to spend a few days Willi I'Ol
llattie Brownlee o'f Pnlrvlew
i 1 Miss Ida Mae Taylor spent Sat
i: :.? ? niglil with Miss W illie Curry.
Sallie Woods was the guest of
. . and Mrs. (laud Willis Friday
M . and Mrs. R. G Woods have
II ..- I to their home in the pretty
Miss l.illie 'urry spent last Thurs
d< 1 Itlt Misses Kula and Daisy Stone.
M ? .lohn Tayloi and daughter Miss
liia Mac and little, grand daughter,
Clara Holle Habb. vVetll to I.aureus
Mr. Suln? y AtihstrOlig of I'.dcn
speiii Sunday with iiis (laughter. Mrs.
Mr. (3eo. Woods and fainIVy came
down from Fountain inn Sunday in
.iis automobile to spend ,he day with
Mr. and Mrs. Doe Woods.
Mr. and Mrs. Klbort Marlor spent
Saturday and Saturday night with
their sister Mrs. Vaughn near Green
In the People of I.aureus and Vicinity.
Von are cordially invited to attend
all the services to be held at the First
Presbyterian church, West Main St..
beginning tonight (Wednesday) at
7 S*.u p. in. W hen you hear Dr. Thnok
er once, no second invitation will
he necessary to make you come
again. All seats are ee. The rost
rum has been enlarged and all who
can help in the singing are requested
to conie up with tin choir Alexand
er's CJospcl Songs will be the book
used. Mr. Fisher is a competent di
rector- ami tenor soloist. Mrs. Fisher
is a pianist and cornetlst. These ser
vices will be worth th ? coining an '
distance to hear so don't miss a rare
Com. on Invitation ami
By 0. W. Cochrane
w i:k ics \ i:ws fkom i:ni:\.
What The I'.denitcs Have been Doing
Purina The Past Seven Havs.
Fdon. Nov.29- Mr. It. W. Nash and
family have moved in Greenville
Mr. Sidney Armstrong had the mis
fortune of loosi.ie. Iii- purse: ii con
tained between fifteen and twenty
Master Fred Armstrong was visit
ors his father, Thanksgiving,
Mrs. M. W, Cray was in Cireellvllle
Mr. C. F. Iboi.k.- Was at home |hi>
weed; on a visit to hi- mother.
Mr c. v. Hipp i.- remodeling the
dwelling that h ? ha.- recently pur
See the good VftltlCS that WO till VC, ill
the best tnatle chair- At niohey shv
S. M. A B. II. Wilkes A Co.
Di: ITH KHOJI I'l l !. \.
Dreutl Desense Claims Viel Int In I au
reus t IMItlt) l uv II,
CllntoU. Xov.'J'.' Mrs. I. .1. Moore
died ids! Weduostlnj 01' .pellagra ami
In-r remains were InterreQ" at Waterloo
The community goneirally is very
sony lor Mr. Moore in Iiis bereave
ment. Several small children were
Mr Moore is a rural mail carrier
on 01)0 of the Clinton routes and has
ELDER HENRY CUNNINGHAM
For Weak, Run-DoWn People.
411 was run down and weak from
Indigestion and general debility, also
suffered from vertigo. I saw a cod
liver preparation called Vinol adver
tised and decided to give it a trial,
and the results were most gratifying.
After taking two bottles I regained my strength, and am
now feeling unusually well." ? MI-NRY CUNN1N?HAM,
Elder Baptist Church, Kinston, N.C.
Vinol contains the two most world-famed tonics?the medicinal,
strengthening, body-building elements of Cod Liver oil and Tonic
Iron. Vinol contains no oil, and is by far the iVst Strengthening
Tonic obtainable. We return your money without question
if Vinol does not accomplish all we claim for it.
THE LAURENS DRUG CO., Lnurens.
By W. D. S.
No! long since a student of Clinton
college gave us an Interesting descrip
tion of a visit to th<' historic Musgrove
home. For tin- sake of Lauretta cottn
ty history I Wish to correct some er
ror.- made Ivy till correspondent, lie
stated that the old MtlSgl'OVO dwelling
was s'ill standing; Tiie pros at house
was (milt by In. Ned liobo, and m>
informal ! 'U sin;-.- tli.it ''Aunt" r.etsy
Holm raised him from infancy. In
I s;7 he was
built that nice Corkscrew stairway,
and it ami the M.Jor Butler room Of
confinement on the second HOor only
exist in the imagination of the writer,
Tlje obi Uevolutionuiw dwelling oi
Albn Musgrove stood one hundred
and titty yards front the present house
and no purl of it i-- m>v. t<> be s.?en.
This obi house was dp Ihc west sub1
of Knoree riser in Laurens county;
the old mill was til So in I .aureus.
This iSlttsgt'oVc property Was w'ilh'd
to le. Ned Hobo by William NJitsgroX
who was a soil of Allen Musgrove. and
William \ltitsgt pve's widow. Ann. ihar
ried General ( ran. .'or. >s.
How's 1 his.
We < h ?' One Iiuudr d hollars II
ward lor au> CttS?1 Ol Catarrh that
cannot be cur??d o.> Hull's Catarrh
Cure. IV i. Chene> .v Ctb. Toledo, (>?
We. the undersign d. Have I-'. I Che
ney for the last i' years, and believe
him perfectly honoiable it all bus
nes.- transactions, and liuanclally able
to carry em any Obligation made h>
his linn. Wahliug. Kliman ?v Marvin.
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. <>.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern,
ally, acting directly upon the blood
ttnd mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials ^ent free. Price. 7"?c per
bottle, So'd bj all Druggists.
Take Halls Family Hills for const i
If yon are acquainted With happi
ness introduce him to your neighbor.
It is better to make a few mistakes
than to do nothing at all.
For Le/etiia. Tetter ami Salt ItllCtllll.
The intense itching characteristic of
these ailments is most Instantly allay
ed by Chamberlain's Salve. Many se
vere eases have been cured by it. For
sale by Laurons Drug Co
.JusI arrived a ear load of the best
values ever offered, in solid oak. beau
tifully finished, lied Room Suits At
prices that will he money saved for
S. M. & E. 11. Wilkes & Co.
CHARLESTON AND WESTERN CARO
Arrival and Departure of Trains. laurens,
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1. 1909.
No. 1. Leave Augusta.10:10 am
No. 1. Leave I.aurens . U:.'l2 p m
No. 1. Arrive Spartanhurg. . 4:05 p m
Nr. .". Leave Greenwood.... ?:50 a in
No. 6. Le?ve I.aurens.7:55 a m
No. 5. Arrive Spartanhurg.. 11.80 a m
No. 53. Leave Greenville .... 12:20 p m
No. ">:',. Arrive Laurens.1:45 p in
No.*s?). Leave Greenville .... 1:30 p m
No.*8l>. Arrive Laurens. 0:25 pm
SOUTH lux ND.
No. 2. Leave Spartanhurg . . 12:20 p m
No. Leave Laurens . 2:32 p III
No. 2. Arrive Augusta . G:15 p m
No. i*>. Leave Spartanhurg ... 5:00 p m
No. 0, Leave Laurens. 6:35 p hi
No. 0. Arrive Greenwood .... 7:50 p m
No.*87. Leave Laurens. :i m
No. \s7. Arrive Greenville... 10:20 a m
No. 52. Leave Laurens. 2:35 p m
No. 52. Arrive Greenville .... 4:00 p m
Trains "8(i atal '87 daily cxcc'pt Sunday.
Tri-weekiy through Pullman Parlor
Car service between Augusta and
A she vi lie on trains Nos. I and '_';
North bound. Tuesdays, Saturdays;
Southbound, Mondays, Wednesdays
c II GASQUE, Agent.
Laurens. S. C.
('.. T. BRYAN, Hen \gt ,
Greenville, s. c.
A. W. ANDERSON, Hen. Stipt.
ERNEST WILLIAMS. O. P. A.,
TIIE NEWS FROM R A II I V
Haw The People of That Com in ti nit)
Spent Thanksgiving Day.
Rabtll), Nov.30?-Mr. ami Mrs. Dave
Barton of Green Pond spent Wednes
day night with Mrs. M. ('. Aberorotn
Mr. Paul Willis and family were
tho guests of Mr. W. U. Haldwin
Mrs. Ilnrloy Aborcromble si>ent sev
eral days last week with her mother
who is very sick, near MeDaniel s mill.
Mrs. Nancy Owens and son Mr. Den
nis Owens spent Thanksgiving at the
home of Mr T. R Habb
Mr and Mrs. Claude WnsSOIl and
little girl. Nejiie. of Fi'icltdshi|i spent
Thanksgiving at the home Ol lie:
mothers. Mrs. Rebecca Owens
Miss Carrie Mahoil and brother. Mr.
Will Mallen were in Laurens Saturday
Miss Edna Owens spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Misses Mamie
and Lala Stone.
Mrs. G. VY Habb and SOU Joel, were
in Lauren; Satuida;.
Thanksgiving day wci spent very
kuletly In this conunttnlty.
Be it ever so Humble
youi i v. u. It Isn't necessary tliiit
ii should be so ltuitii .<.? \<>\;j
We'll sell you a Home
for a little inonl\v down and take
the balunoe in easy tnonlhlv pav
ilion Is. \'ou caw move ri^Ut in
und free ybttr^eli from paying
rent at otlco. Hriuj* you* wile
when you come i<> see us about
it. Slu.*:! appreciate ti.o .>:.;?.i.
Todd Building Laurons, S. C.
Red May and
Rice Heal and
Wheat Bran for
ver Skin and
Laurens, S. C.
? will copy any Photo, en- ?
? large any picture and ?
? make High Grade Pho- ?
8 tographs for you at the g
? very lowest prices. No #
I photographer can do 8
' more nor offer any *
more special inducement
has always done.
? motto is
? ''Best Pictures, Lowest
Come to sec us.
Simpson, Cooper ?$: Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
will practice in all state Courts,
prompt attention given to all business,
The book- of the County TrenRurer
will |)o open fof tlie collection ot Stute,
County ::!ul ColUinilUttion Rood 'faxes
for llsoal yo:ir, I law, at lite Trenaurer'H
? mil October I Mil to December
ilh i, f m>??. \rt?>r \h iv uittor :'.ii i one
ivy ::i !. t?o per cent, will lie added,
mill a lei l-'ohrtiui'} tiSth, seien per
real, v, ill he added till the I.Mil ilii) ol'
March, cm. w |p h the books v..:: bo
\o persons ov.'iilh?? property it1 more
than (ine (ovyiiship are rotjucRtcd to
??all for receipts in ea< ii of the several
townships in ivhU'li ibo property is lo
cated- 'Ibis is import an t, ;is additioh
al oO'.d iuhI pcnnlO insty lie attached.
All able-bodied iniile citizens he
Iwoeii the oros of 21 and yonj'r of
> are IlilblO to |)a> a poll tax of $1.00,
except oi l soldiers, who uro exempt
at ||fty years of awe. Commutation
Road Tax ,0n In lieu of road duty.
Road Tax to be paid hy the lat day
of March, 1010. Other taxes to be
paid at the time stated above.
Prompt attention will be niven those
who wish to pay their taxes through
tln> mail by check, money oj'deri etc.
l'efsotis sending in lists of names
to be tiiUctj off tire requested to semi
tlioin early, ami give the township of
each, as the treasurer is very bua>
durinu the month of Oooeiube(\
Tlie tax levy Is as follow> :
Statt? Tax . r?*i "Mills;
Ordinary County Tux .... ".'i Mills
Special It til I road Tax .... l Mills
Road Tax . :'? Mills
Constitutional Sehool Tax. Mills
Total . Ifi?a Mills
Sl'IM IA I, ^ IIOOI.S,
LtlU 10118 No. I I . Mills
Trinity Ridge No. 1 . I Mills
Maddens No. 2 . L' Mills
Narnio No. :: . Mills
Hatley's No t . Mills
.Mills No. ." . J Mills
Oak Grove No. ''.. - Mills
Youngs' No 2 . " Mills
Fountain Inn No. :;i? .1" Mills
Lnuford No. in . :."... Mills
Old No. 12 . Mills
Dials Tow nshlp.
Croon Potid No. i . '?' Mills
Shlloh No. :: . Mills
(Jray Court-Owings No. '?> .... L' Mills
Harks,la! > No Ii . 2 Mills
Dials Church No. 7 . 11 Mills
Princeton No. i . :: Mills
No :< . Mills
No. I . I Mills
No. r. . i Mills
Tumbling Shoals No. .... 2 Vi Mills
llrewerton No. 7 . Mills
Sullivan Township Railroad
Pond . 1 Mills
Waterloo No. i? . 3 Mills
Mt. OallURhor No. 1 . Mills
llethlehoin No. 2 . 1 Mills
Kkoni No. :: . j Mills
No. I . i Mills
No. r, . ? Mills
Mt. piEMisnut No. . ?_' Mills
Mt. Olive No. 7. I Mills
Cross Hill Township,
Cross Hill No. H! . 15 Mills
Cross Hill No. 1 . 2 Mills
Cross Hill No L- . 2 Mills
Cross Hill No. I . 2 Mills
Cross Hill No. ". . 2 Mills
Cross Hill No. I] . 2 Mills
Motintvillo No. H> . 4>4 Mills
I Hinter No. 2 . 2 Mills
Hunter No. " . 2 Mills
Clinton No "> . \i Mills
Sctifllcton n I'ow nshlp.
Han ford No. to .Mills
i ir i No. :.. . dlil
i I? MOCK.
The first consideration in
sclccti llg .i Watcli is to get ;i
reliable time-keeper. It
ntnkes no difference how lit
tle yon spend for a watcli ii
is money wasted unless yon
can depend on it to keen
somewhere near perfect
In tlie manufacturcry of
;i Watch, one of the cheap
expenses is the final adjust
ing and regulating. There
are hower inexpensive
watches of real merit, tllCSC
ai t- constructed along simple
lines ;in<l are dependable
time-keepers; other cheap
watches gotten tip in a
sho\\ way are not worth
We have learned from
experience to distinguish
between the good and bad
watches and we will not
sell a watcli at any price
that we can not guarantee.
Call and get our prices.
l .aureus, S. C.
Citron, I- ancy \ Seeded
Raisins, Currants, Figs,
Spices, Almonds, Cran
berries, Grapes, Apples,
Cull and SCO r.s
Mahaffey 6c Babb
l*HONK 211 LAUKISNS. S. C
Copyright Plour per bbl. $6.35
25 11?. Sock Stt?ai 1.40
100 II). Suck <'t Salt .'>?>
Seed < hits pel bushel .70
8 lb. package of Coffee 1.00
l'.ii Back ]?.?: 11). . 13
3 1!). can d1 Tomatoes . 1 o
1 lb. can <>i" Salmi:6c
or 3 for .25
We gin Cotton, ]>??'. bale 1.00
We btiv Cotton Seed, [>er
\\\ bu> ( utl ? ? '
\\V ? -
We sell most evei \ tiling
J. I). Culbertson
Madden, S. C.
for the next weeK
Bargains In the Ne
cessities of Life,
Fine recleaned Red May
and Blue Stem Seed
We have now In store
500 barrels of Fresh Flour
which we arc going to sell.
Best patent Flour, Copy
right or White (fc/C O
Satin per bbl. 4*0.^0
Best second patent Flour,
Nonlyke or q? 75
White Rose, *P0./0
Choice Hearev Red Bust
Fatten vom- Hogs we have
' the Feed
Bran and Short
per sac!; -
sll,t,i r $1.50
:iee i' lour per ^
J. H. SULLIVAN
Laurens, S. C.