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Biscuit, Cake, Pastry.
ful, and Economical wheta
IVo A turn
Royal is the only baking powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION.
The debaters' preliminary exercii
at the school house Friday night w
begin promptly at S o'clock.
Solicitor Cooper is attending a six
ial term of criminal court at Gre<
wood this week.
1).. C. D. Hast and Mr. .1. M. Mom
of the Goldville section were in to
Dr. S. ('. Byrd. president of Chicr
college, Qroonvllle, was in the c
Mrs. II. H, Hahon and son, Mr. Slo
Mahon, vere in the city Friday fr<
and relatives ir the Friendship secti*
y. Miss Maggie Peterson has return
08 from ;i visit to her sister. Miss LH
Peterson who is a student at Winthr
,e.? col I cue.
Mr. Murphy Traynham was in io\
Saturday from Tumbling Shoals.
in- Mr. .1. C. Cork, principal of t
Princeton school, was in tlie city Si
VII Mr. W. T. Moore returned Mond
from a brief visit to relatives in (
ity Mr. P. A. Simpson paid a busine
visit to Woodruff and Spartanbu
?in onti ('av 'asl we<>'r
>m Mrs. .1. T. A. Ballew visited at Sw
zer this week.
on was a business visitor to the city M
ed Mrs. C. E. Gray and Master Ola
lie Gray spent Easter In Spartnnb
oi) with Mrs. j. W, Clarke.
Capt. W. S. Langford of Newbe
YH was in the city.Sunday.
Mr. E. It, Lucas, president of
I Walhalla cotton mill, and Dr. T.
. Lucas of Columbia were in the <
visiting their father, Dr. B. G. Luc
during the past week.
?o- 'su- Albert Dial and Master M
tague Copeland were visitors to Sp
tan burg Sunday.
Pfty Inspector Samuel McGowan,
S. Navy, now on duty at Chariest
and Mr. C. It. Holmes of Columl
it- were in the city Saturday night i
f,ll Mr Dvkov nomnhi.11 . %? -? -
Mrs. W. A. Campbell of this cl
whose enlistment in the United Stai
navy expires April 8, is expected hoi
in about two wo? >s.
Mr. Carlos Moseley is home fr<
Wofford and has as his guest 3
Miss Wesselee Dial is home for t
weeks holiday from Converse coli?
Miss Annie Huff is home from C(
Verse and lias as her guest Miss Ste
Byrd of Converse college.
Miss Mary Belle Fuller is at ho
for a few days from Greenville Fetni
Misses Lucia and Annie Simpson i
home for the week from Converse c
Miss Louise Fleming of Greenwc
is visiting In th<> city.
Misses Sue Liackwell of Henno. 1
Dobbins and Lula Donnan of YV1
mire were guests of Miss Lucy 1 )<
nan of the Sandy Springs section S
urday and Sunday.
Dr. It. B. Hughes was called to El
ree Sunday midnight for aconsultatl
with the attending physicians on "
Grange Coflln, president of the Enoi
Manufacturing company, who has b<
very critically 111 for a week or mc
Mr. A. J. Smith of Moir 'llle IUI
two trips to Greenville la: t week
the purpose of consult inn an eye sp
ialist. Ouite recently one of Iiis OJ
became sore and failed him rapidly,
is understood that an operation is i
practicable, though ho is receivl
special treatment and is doing vt
Mr. O. E. Anderson has returi
from a visit to Washington.
Prof, and Mrs. ('. 15. Martin of Gre<
villo visited in Laureus Sunday ii
Messrs \V. L. Cray ami ,T. F. B
attended the funeral at Green P<
last Saturday of Mr. L. Abercroml
Col. F. B. McGowan went to Bisln
vllle yesterday afternoon on prof
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Fowler left Tu
day for a visit to Greenville.
Are you a member of the (Miami
of Commerce, If not, why not?
St tie and County Contests.
Columbia, March 2G.?"Please i
press it upon those desiring to en
the corn contest that all who hi
taken part In the county contests,
contests under the farm demons!
tlon work have a chance to comp
in the Btnto corn contest," said (
Thirty hoys have entered from Unl
county in the hoys' contest, and oil
ent t ies are pouring in.
Are you a member of the Chaml
of Commerce, if not. why not?
f AUK Til KITH
All kinds in all size
packages and in bulk
H)d!3 Any way you want them
Palmetto Drug Company,
Laurens, S. C.
You Need Help?
Then phone or send for us.
We make a specialty of Light and
Also the best Coal and Wood deliv
ered in any size quantity.
Brick, Lime, Cement and Crushed
Stone. Now is the time to have your
walks paved. Let us measure them
and figure with you.
GET THE HABIT OF PHONING YOUR WANTS TO 33
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y RELIABLE DRAYMEN 3
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for Your Home
If there is a shabby surface in your home to be
painted, enameled, stained, varnished or finished in
any way, we have just what you need for producing
the exact finish desired in the line of
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Let us show you colors for painting your house
or barn, samples of finishes for floors, woodwork,
walls, ceilings or furniture. Let us help you make
shabby places look new and attractive.
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PAINTING GUIDE BOOK. It tells what Acme Quality Paint,
Enamel) Staifl Of Vafflish to use, how much will he required and
how it should he put on. It not only enables you to tell your
painter or decorator exactly what yon want, hut it makes it easy
for YOU to rerinish the many surfaces about the home that do
not require the skill of the expert?the jobs that a painter would
not bother with. Ask for a copy. IT'S FREE.
Laurens, S. C