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Many mixtures are offered
as substitutes for Royal.
None of them is the same in composition
or effectiveness, so wholesome and eco
nomical, nor will make such fine food.
Royal is the only Baiting Powder made
irom Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
SCHOOL NEWS NOTES !
OF EMENS COUNTY
The Schools, Teachers and
Miss Nellie Beachatn lias resigned
?i! teacher of the Pine Grove sehool
und returned to her home in Clreon
.Mis. Mary Nance Daniels Is spend
ing a while with her parents in Cross
Hill. Mrs. Daniels Is well known
throughout the state as a great school
orker. No doubt she will gladly vis
It and address any school that wishes
10 have her services. Any teacher
or board of trustees will not make a
mistake by asking Mrs. Daniels to ad
dress the sehool and community.
The county sperintendcut \isiied the
following schools during the past
week: Poplar Springs, Browerton, Mt.
Bethol, Princeton, Horse Creek, ami
Mhilob high school. These schools are
i I full ami doing good work. The
? istees at Browerton and Princeton
e preparing to rebuild during the
?aimer. Princeton will very likely
usk lor a high school. The district
an easily support a high school ami
o fghl to have it.
Ito.Cs Corn ( lull Ihn.
Let everybody roraeinber thai next
Saturday, the J2th. is the hoys' corn
club day. it is earnestly hoped tbsit
every member of the club will be pres
ent on that d;iy to bear the address of
Mr. Williams. The trout seats in the
court room will be reserved for tin1
I members of the club. To date 55 boys
; have signed the pledge and become
members. Those received since" the
last letter are: Hondersonville school.
Gillie Sumerel, John V. Thoinnson,
Milton Reynolds. James Pitts. Frank
Roper, Todd Knight, and IVIton K?p
er: Imrksdnle scliool, lion Burns, Al
len llnrksdale. Lninnr Owlugs; Bhiloh
high school. lOugene Simpson, Wood fin
Wallace, .lohn Armstrong, Jessie Wolff
Willie Wolff, Clarence, llellnms., Wil
lie ('bestellt: Central school. Arthur
Parson. Dewey (lodfrey; Clinton high
school. Conway Billard, Willie Young,
.lohn l,oyd Adalr; Mottnlville higii
school. Jones Osborne; Poplar Springs
school. Houston Simpson. Archie Sim
mons. Capers Wood, V, Walkers. .1.
It, Hughes, Kimer Compton, Walter
Watkins, Callie Culbertson, Kloyd Gam
brell; Lisbon scliool. ICvitllS Madden.
Clyde Tengue; Cray Court high sehool,
Robert Nile Jackson. The llsl of meni
hers must be completed by February
the 20th. On thai day the entire list
of the members of the club will be
soul to Mr. (). B, Marlin. Washington,
I >. C To each ol' these boys will be
sein Tree each week literature on the
cultivation of corn.
During this year many new sc hool |
houses will be built, others repaired,
furniture imrchnHed, niui grounds beau
titled. The Womnnw Improvement as
Baeiatlon will offer prizes as in pre
vious years, li' the teachers ami pa
trons will work bard and make appli
cations, I.aureus county will win many
Of these prizes.
Prof. ?. li. Parkinson. Dr. II. K.
Alken, and lt. F. Fleming have been
named as a committee to select and
purchase the high school doclalmer's
medal. They wll attend to this at once
im I the medal will be on exhibition
at the jewelry store in a tew days.
Mrs. Maggie Coats Workman has
been elected to teach the Pine (jrove
school to succeed Miss Ucacham. Mrs.
Workman begun teaching Monday.
Miss llculs Martin is assist inn Miss
lOmma Dial in the Friendship school.
The trustees" association as provl
I ously announced was largely attended
Monday. More than 100 Interested
trustees were present. The superin
tendent look the chair and opened the
meeting with a lew remarks as to the
I object of the mooting. The election
was (hen gone into. Mr. Carl Whartoi)
was elected president. Mr. I. M. Gray,
vice-president; Mr. 1'.. 1!. Dlakeloy, sec
retary and treasurer. The executive
committee is composed of the presi
dent as chairman and one trustee from
each township. The executive com
mittee is composed of Mr. Carl Whar
ton, <'. Feathorslone, Thos. .1. Wood.
P. M. Pius. I). A. lllonn, It. Cl. Wallace.
J. C. Miller. J. M. Moore. J. F. Peden.
Austin Abercrombie. It was decided
that there will be three meetings each
year, in February. June, and Septem
ber. Mi. Carl Wharton. B. B. Blake
ley, and Geo. L. Pitts were appointed
;is a Committee to draw up suitable
by-laws for the association. A resol
ution endorsed by the association ask
ed the county board of education to
comply with the school law and ap
point the trustees. A resolution en
dorsed by every man present was
drawn asking the representative to
make the term of the superintendent
of education four years. A number of
live speeches were made on school
questions. The meeting was live and
full of interest from the beginning.
Mr. M. II. Burdlnc, one of the conn
ty's substantial farmers from the
Gray Court section, was in the city on
Mr. J. \V. Leak of ( Union was a
inong the visitors in the city on Mon
Mr. S. C. llill of OwingS was among
the visitors in Laurens on Monday of
Mr. N. S. Atehlson, a good friend of
The Advertiser's at Cross llill was
in the city on Monday.
Mr. .1. T. A. Ballew, a I.aureus mem
ber of the State Pair society, attended
the meeting of the association in Co
lumbia last week.
Messrs J. M. Wood and It. 10. Taylor
weii' here Monday from Sullivan
township for the county school trus
tees meeting ami February salesday.
Major I.. W. C. Bhtlock of Ooldville
spent Monday in I.aureus.
Mr. J. T. Peden. manager of the
Cray Court bonded warehouse, was
in the city Monday.
Mr. Ludy I-'. Abercrombie. one of
the young farmers of the county, was
I in the citv Monday from Gray Court.
I lt. F. I). No. I
Messrs Andy Boyd ami chostorfhdd
j.McDaiiicl. progressive citizens of the
|()akvllle section of Waterloo township,
were among the salesday visitors to
Mr. and Mrs. P. W Davis of Foun
tain Inn spent Sunday in the citv as
the guests of Dr. and Mrs. It. F..
I Dr. .1. 1!. t'tilhcrtson of Grav Court
I was in i he citv on Mouda.v.
Mr. Will Owen-; of Clinton was a
11110111; tin- visitors in tin- city oil Moll
I day of t his week.
j Mr. Jos. Bailey of Clinton was in
I.aureus on salesday.
i Mr. and Mrs. Hobt. P. CSlonn of the
I Huntington section of the count*, wore
in the city Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
THE REASON WHY
for Feeble Old People, Delicate Children, Weak, Run-down
Persons, and \o Counteract Chronic Coughs, Colds and
Bronchitis, is because it combines tin* two most world-famed
tonics ? the medicinal, strxyigUUMnng] body-building dements
of Cod Liver Oil and Tonic Iron, without oil or grease,
tastes good, and agrees with every one.
We return your money without question if Vinol
does not accomplish all we claim for it.
THE LAUREN S DRUG CO., Lain ens.
were recently married, Mrs. (Ilenn
having formerly been Miss Sue IJetBll
df Union county .
Mr. John Sloan of Youngs, one
of the foremoKt citizens und leading
farmers of the county, was in town
Mr. Thad. S. Crawford of allrniony.
Sullivan township, was in the city
Mrs. Sula Wallace and family have
leased and moved into the .1. W. .loins
house out on South Harper street.
Mis Ox tier of near Clinton is vis
itiiin relatives in the city.
Col Kohl. X. Cuninghalll of Kose
inont spent the week-end with friends
in the. city .
Mrs. John Hunter of Clinton was the
vilest of Mrs. Ci. c. Albright a few days
Mis. .1. T Johnson of Spartanhurg
spent Friday and Saturday in tit ? city.
Mrs, J. A. Copelund lue returnou
from a visit to her sister, Mrs W. It,
i ' (illlli.nliam of S;.; isi11in?.
Mrs Mary C. Ilowiui Will leave Tii.i.s
| day for a visit to relative, in Haleigh.
I Mr. ami Mrs. Warren Holt c.ncin
j Sunday in Spnrlauhurg.
Miss Hannah Tolberi left Monday
t'oi- a visit to Miss Isabel Dacus of
: Miss Po-a 11 a it has r< turned from
(Sol ? of our "Mllzznrd" Lantern"
lie* kind that doesn't give you (rouble,
price SM) ci nts.
o. M. & JO. if. Wllkes Co.
lied Iron Ittiekel's lied II?.t Sale.
Itepmsentalive rural isl addressiu1
town man: "Saturday was a red let
(er (Jay in Laurent!, for Um* Ited Iron
Rucket, you know, started Iis Iii?; Rod
Hot Rrloe sale au dthey ?uro hnd the
crowd in tact a rapid and continu
ous succession of < rowdn ponied In
and out of both stores from the time
tho doors were Hung open until a late,
hour Saturday night. It was a glll'6
enough show. Yopl
Plant Wood's Seeds
3 For Superior Crops C
Wood's 30th Annual Seed Book
is one of the most useful ami com
plete seed catalogues issued. It
gives practical information about
the best ami most prolitable seeds
to plant for
The Market Grower
The Private Gardener
J The Farmer I
I j Wood's Seeds are grown and I j
IJ selected with special reference to II
Y the soils ami climato of tho South. Y
and every southern planter should j
have Wood's Seed Book so as to
bo fully posted a:! to the best soeds
for southern growing. Mailed free
on request. Write for it.
T. W. WOOD & SONS,
Seedstiion, ? Richmond, Vn.
Wo aro hoadquartor? for
Grass and Clover Soocim, Sood Po
tatoes. Sood Oatm. Cow Poa?,
Soja Bonm, and all Farm
and Garden Seed*.
' I I ?1
The Just as Cheap
as Ours are not as
Good as Ours.
?Attractive Values in??-?
NEW SPRING GOODS AT
The Just as Good as
Ours are not as
Cheap as Ours.
?Thursday, February 10th, 1910.
The High Prices have have not reached us. We are showing some very attractive values=?nerchan
dise of quality that is sure to please those who take advantage of our early showing of the New Spring
Fabrics. This week we invite your special attention to our Lace Curtain Department. Come and let us
Here is the Greatest Linen Val
ues that we have ever offered.
90-inch Linen Sheeting worth 75c,
45-inch Linen, exceptional quality,
36-inch Linen, just the thing for new
Spring Suits, Special,
The Newest in Hair Braids.
We have just what you want and at prices to
Extra Valuesin DressGinghams
Big lot worth 12 l-2c everywhere, our f
Special, while they last. I\fC
Special Values in White Goods?
Prices just as low as you
have ever seen them.
36-inch Pajama Checks worth 12 l-2c Iflr*
everywhere, Special now, I"C
Exceptional values in 27-inch Checked Dimities
and Nainsook worth L2 l-2c, our ifls^
Beautiful White Lawns worth 15c,
our Special, at
Special Corset Sale.
We will sell any $2.00 Corset that
we have in stock at
Oxfords and Sandals.
The now Oxford Ties and Strap Sandals for
Ladies, are some of the best that von will see this
season. If you want to see the new .styles, come
and let us show you.
Special Values in Remnants.
36-inch White Linen worth LOc, Special
while they last,
Big lot of 36-inch Percales worth 10 to
12 l-2c, Special on the lot,
Big lot Apron Checked Ginghams worth
8c, Special now,
Special Sale Silks==See them.
If you want the best in all lines we have it. Our chief aim is to sell only the kind of merchandise that will please our customers. Give us your
trade and you will find us always right in every department. We are, your friends,
Outfitters for the Whole Family,
LAURENS, S. C.