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Royal bas always received the highest award when
exhibited or tested In competition
? LOCAL AND PERSONAL ruENTIOr
Misses Fannie Boulwaro and Aj
Anderson returned Saturday froi
visit to Greenville, accompanied
their cousin Miss Lucy Qoggans.
Rev. N. J. Holmes was In the
Monday returning to Aitamont t
Brewerton church where he prcac
.Misses Maude Machen and Ki
Arnold and Mr John Machen of Pri
ton visited in the city Saturday
Mr. .lohn I). Childless and two 1
girls visited relatives at Fountain
one day t he past wee;;.
Mr. and Mrs .lohn A. Wofford \
in town S.iturday from Madden.
Mr. C. C. Featherstone who is
sidiiiu over the regular term of c
inon pleas court at Ahheville, si
Saturday night and Sunday at horn
Mr. YY. 11. Baldwin and son, Ma
Wihnon Baldwin, were in the <'i;y
day from Barksdale.
Mr. 1). 10. Barneti came up f
Chapin Wednesday to spend a few <
with his family.
Mrs. Lidie Robertson Harris
returned from Denver and is with
sister. Mrs. 10. W. Martin.
Mrs. Habel Harris Shellito of
lurabia visited friends and relative
the City the past week.
Mr. W. 1). Boyd of the Milton sec
was a Laurens visitor yesterday.
Mr. L. II. Wilson. Mrs. Wilson
little daughter, Lillian of Cross
chor were In the city shopping
.Miss Waldrop, one of the pop
teachers from Cross Anchor \vn
the city Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. ('. 1'. Simmons
Greenville came over in their h
some car last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Knox of ('
Anchor were in town Friday and
Mrs. Tinsley and Miss Helen Tin
from Cross Anchor were shoppin
town last week.
Mr. Will Walker and little son \
in town Monday from Boyd's mil!
Mr. .las. 10. Wood of Mt. Bethel
in town Monday.
Dr. Theodore IVake ami Mr. .1. >
ter Simmons of Cross Hill were In
Prof. J. F. Thomnson of North
gustn and Mrs. C. W. W?lfl' of Al
spent Saturday and Sunday in this
with their lather. Mr. \V. I*. Thoma
Sr.. whose health has become s<
Among the citizens in the city .\
day and Tuesday from the Hrewe
section of Sullivan township v
Messrs Warren ('. Halentine. .la
Simpson. John Henry Dalentlne,
B. Taylor. Eugene Simpson and .1
Mr. .lohn 11. Williams. the
known and popular musician of On
vllle, will come to Daurens next
day and play at the First Mel ho
and! It was reported here yesterday
Mr. .lames Redden who has beei
with an attack of pneumonia at
!'.;;!:::' Harmony ( Ii?k h, tVUti <
Tlie friends in Lauren8 of Mr. .1
? Pitts of Brewerton regret to hea
Iiis continued illness. Some mm
I ago he suffered a slight attack
j paralysis which lias steadily gr
Mis. K. B. Bell went to Colin
Tuesday to he present at the marr
of Miss Predrie Ansel to Dr. Get
Punch Which occurs at the goveil
[ mansion Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Ii. k. Alken is visiting
Charleston this weel
Miss Carrie Pens Vance of Col
bin was the jzuest of Miss Mary 'I
for several days last week.
Mr. .1. B. M inter oT Sedalia w;:
the city Monday.
April snlcsday, :'s usual, did nm
tract much interest nor a very It
crowd to the city.
Mr. .1. W. Todd, lr.. went to Col
bia to see the Davidson-Carolina
Special Sermon to (bid Felle?
The Rev. s. R. Brock of l.owery,
has accepted an invitation to preo<
special sermon to the members of I
tens lodge, No. 136, Independent Oi
of Odd Fellows, at the Watts n
school auditorium on the fourth ^
day morning in April.
Flower Pots and .lardiniers in
sizes, price from ."? cts. up.
b. \i. f. H. Wlikes & C
T. K. WILL LECTURE HERI
"From Boyhood to Mlddlo Lifo? I
Years of Misery.*'
There's more than one T. R.?tin
porter started to say in this count
but there Isn't, and he lives in 1
rens. However, th's may not be
ease after April 8, for iiumediati 1>
ter his lecture at the city opera hi
he expects to leave on a long to
a lecture tour. He doesn't lec
under the auspices of any bureau
simply appears as Travis R?ther
Pitts anil he proposes to givo
hearers "something to think alu
Here's the programme:
T. R. Pitts. Lecturer of Lauren:
s. Special engagement city o
House Friday night, April S. C.en
Subject "From Boyhood to Mi
Life?Fight Years of Misery. M
furnished for the occasion by ox
musicians on fiddle and piano,
member the date -April S?and
other arrangements made.
Polk Miller Tonight.
The Columbia State. Thun
morning had this to say of Polk M
who will he at the city opera h<
"The old South is being kept i
in song and story by gifted men,
one of these. Polk Miller, visited
lumbla last night. In company
Col. Hooker and four negro mills!
he entertained for two hours a 1
audience at Cue Columbia the:
His jokes were well told, his s<
were well sung, and his banjo plu
was artistic. Col. Hooker Is ah
virtuoso on the banjo, The sin
of the negroes was a great treat.
.Millers entertainment is such ind
It is not an address or a lecture,
an entertainment. For a mixed a
enco this was suited, hut there \
many who wished to hear Mr. M
deliver his celebrated lecture on
old South, for he is one of the i
eloquent men in the South.''
The Demon of tin- Mi
ls the germ of LnGrippc, that bren
in. luings suffering to thousands,
after effects are weakness, new
ness, lack of appetite, en rgy and
hition. with disordered liver and
neys. The greatest need then is 1'
trie Hilters, the splendid tonic, h
purifier and regulator of stomach,
er and Kidneys. Thousands have p
ed that they wonderfully streng
the nerves, build up the system
restore health and good spirits :
an attack of Crip. If suffering,
them. Only E/>0c. Perfect stlth
tion guaranteed by Laurons Drug
and Palmetto Drug Co.
FRESH LOT OF
THAT WILL GROW
D. L.ANDRETH 'S
SEED IRISH POTATOES
AT THE OLD RELIABLE
Diamond Spectacles and Eye Glasses Usually sold
for $3.50 to $5.00.' My price $1.00
They Resemble 14 K Gold.
Dr. Poseys Drugstore
|T. R. Pitts9 Lecture *
I CITY OPERA HOUSE u
$ Friday Night, April 8th 3
S Lecture will be interesting to 3
Both Young and Old 3
I Do Not Fail to Hear It! \
A Novel Lecture by a Home Man J
S Music by Violin and Piano
(1) 23 Years of Single Life
(2) 30 Years of Married Life
(3) tS Years of Unhappy Life
Seats on Sale at Usual Place
a * ? ? Adults 25c
Admission: children ir>.
75 Beautiful Building Lots to be Sold at Public Auction
This property is situated right in the heart of the most desirable colored community, new church
several nice homes just completed. This property to be sold by small payments, $10 down and $1 per
week. Any colored family can soon own a lot. Any one of the Building and Loan Companies will be
glad to loan them money to build a home. Be independent. Own your own home. Come to the sale
and buy a lot at your own price. Don't fail to come Saturday, April 9th, lolO.
Don t Fail to See PENNY BROTHERS, the Wonderful TWIN AUCTIONEERS
For further information apply to BISHOP & WOLFF, Dial-Gray Block.
Music by Richardson Bros. Concert Band of Gainesville, Georgia.
American Realty and
\e ! of
SOUTH CAROLINA !