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Adds HeatMul Qualities
to the Food
Butter and Eggs
The only baking powder
made from Royal Grape Cream
No Alum?No Lime Phosphates
m??NTViLLC SCHOOL j
TO CLOSE THIS WEEK
Kv. ?. K. Thaycr Will Deliver An?
ntial tddrcss Friday Morning -
Personal News Items.
MouatviHe, May 2.?This week will
witness the closing exercises of the
Mountville school. During the week
tin. school will be busily engaged in
xamlnntlons ami other Una) features
i)' the year's work. An entertainment
will bo given by the school one even
ing luit the closing exercises proper
will he held Friday morning. The
commencement addiess will be deliv
er! by Itev. W. I?. Thayer of Lnurens.
Tin public are invited to attend and
to bring with them their dinner as the
enl e day will be given to this meet
Miss LI 1 lie Culbortson, who has been
teaching in the High school at Tem
ple (la., is at home for the summer
w s. .1 [j. Fellers retained last week
from a several days' visit to relatives
at Inety six. She was accompanied
oi her return by her niece. Miss Genet
miss Myrtle Culbortson, who has
completed bei work as teacher ol
tin Mt. Pleasant Bchool, is spending
die with her sister and other rela
Miss Mario Stokes weit to Green
ville Friday to visit her sister, Mrs.
Messrs. 15. R. Fuller, S. .i. Rasor,
Watts Iludgens, and Mtlam Bryson at
lended the oratorical contest ;it Green
Mr, Grady Culberlson of Km nan ac
eompnnlcd by Iiis roommate Mr. Claud
Royd, spent the week end :.l home.
Also. Mr. ICH is Fuller of the Clinton
.Mrs. Hugh I'inson.
Cross Hill. April 30. M tfs. Melle
Madden I'inson. wife of Mr. Hugh I'in
son. died last Wednesday April 27th
and was burled Thursday at die Pres
bytorinn cemetery. Rev, <;. w. Ilol
lingswortll and Rev. .T. A. Martin con.
ducted the set vice. Mrs. I'inson was
nearly 21 years old. She was sick on
ly a few days. She leaves a husband,
father, and many relatives to mourn
their loss. The active pall hearers
were .1. II. Rasor, .1. (). Denny. Hugh
C. Lenman, Louis Hanna, Marvin Ami
derson, \v. T. Boyce. A gloom is cast
over our town.
Preaching at Copchtnd School,
Next Sunday afternoon at :! o'clock
preaching services will bo held at the
Copeland school hottse by Rev. 1). R.
I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. I
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The Fortnightly club was very
pleasantly entertained Thursday af
ternoon by Mrs. IVrrin Miuter at her
home mi Main street. There was pres
ent about thirty live ladles and the
form of entertainment was a proures
sixe game of natious. Alter a series
of names Mrs. Minter served a le
Mrs. (*. C. Featherstouc was hos csi
lor the Wednesday ilub Wednesday
nfteruoon lust. Mr;. W. i. Gray read
an interesting paper on American la.id
scape painters and Mrs. T. 1). Darling
ton gave an entertaining resume of
current events. The club discussed
plans lor the unbuilding and improve
ment of the city library and appointed
a committee to arrange the program
tor next year s club study.
The State convention of Kin.us
Daughters held their meeting in Char
leston last week and reelected Mrs.
Etta (!. Trott of Ml. Pleasant as state
secretary and Mrs. 11. k. Alken was
reelected assistant state secretary.
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One of the pretties! children's pnr
ites the little folks have enjoyed for
some time was the birthday party of
little Marion Blackwell Friday after
noon InsI at her home on Hampton
street. About twenty-live little tots
were present and enjoyed to the fullest
sanies on the lawn ami also the deli
cious ice cream, cakes and candies
served them. It was the little sostess'
llfth anniversary and she Pore her
years with grace and dignity as her
little friends attested their friendship
Olid good wishes in dainty little Kills.
' Miss .losle Sullivan has returned
I from a visit to Columbia where she
I was the gUCSl of her sister. Miss Sadie
at the College lor Women.
The Civic league under the able
I guidance of Mrs. T, D. Darlington Is
[ planing n very enjoyable entertain
ment io be given in the near future
'for the benclll of tho fountain fund.
It will he in the form of an old fashion
Spelling bee. TlierO Will be leaders
who will choose their sides, and there
will be champion spellers who have
studied the "old fashion blue black
speller" contesting for the honor ol
that rare accomplishment, a good
Young .Mr. Hyrd Doing Well.
Mr. William D, I'.yrd. Jr., whose III
I108S was noted last week, after under
going a successful operation for ap
pendicitis at the Columbia hospital
last Wednesday, is rapidly recovering
and with no hackset he is expected
home within about two weeks. His
lather returned from Columbia Sun
day, while Mrs. Hyrd will stay until
his complete recovery.
How often do you
cat this foods'
A short time ago there appeared In
the columns of one of the prominent
magazines an article mi building brain
and muscle by the proper selection ol
tho foods .you eat.
A good many people were surprised
to Und oatmeal placed at the top of the
list of foods recommended; hut if the
article had appeared in an Knglish or
Scotch paper every reader would have
expected to see first place given t.>
As a matter of feet Great Hrltlan
ami I'm rope come to us for tremendous
quantities of Quaker Oats because it
represents to them perfect food, being
the richest in davor r.nu host in clean
liness and purity, of all oatmeals.
It is packed in regular size pack
ages, and in hermetically sealed tins
for hot climates. .">.">
The Death of Mrs. Miles
Mrs. Miles Nix aged 811 years died
April Kith at the home of her daugh
ter Mrs. McDavis near Ware Shoals.
Her death was due to infirmities of
age, and her body was carried to old
Ce<lar Shoal cemetery in Sparlnnburg
county for Interment. Hev. .1. '1'. Tay
lor conducted the funeral services.
She loaves four children ;ls follows:
Mrs MC Davis of Ware Shoals. Mrs.
W. B. Huff of Columbia. Mrs. K. I..
Lungstou of Tahiti, New Mexico and
Mrs. Bov. N. I). Ilammctt 01 Laurent*.
She also loaves thirty grandchildren
and twenty two great grandchildren.
Mrs. Nix was a noble Christian wom
an and will be greatly missed, not on
ly by those of her own family but
by friends who had known her dur
ing her long ami useful life.
in- small hen Intoned receive 1 lie
win.it refill intention from
?mr export workmen. Wo tni;
cttref'.illy at llie ?ninrrioi 11 ml
Wit tell every iletllllol ileaiuniliK
linlsliliiK nml ?eXlins of memo*
rlulH, Don't Ituy from tntvil
litK iiKontu or cntiilovM, Wo can
show you lli?- M uloriitl, wholh
er it lie Kl'Ullite or lliurlilo, ami
uro triad toimIvIko with you ??
bout improvimr your cemeto'y
lots. I.el ns show yoll t lie 'I I -
foront KninitvH ami n urlilcn
au I loll yoll ulxillt ill. in.
P. F. BAXTER ? SON,
Newberry, S. C.
The I .aureus Trust Company has moved its offices to
The Todd Block, South Harper Street,
in the office rooms recently occupied by Messrs. Dial &
Todd. Anyone having business with the Managers of the
Company will please call there.
Remember we have the very best Hue of
Insurance, both Fire and Life,
under the management of J. R Tolbert, and we handle
for the Company and other parties also, we in
vite an inspection of our list and would like to have yon
place the property vou have to sell with us.
\Vc have a few blocks of those nice pretty building
lots on the Badgett land, which we would be glad to show
1 Laurens Trust Co. ?
('. A. Power, Mjcr. kcal Instate Department.
Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos
1 wish to call yoni attention to my line of Tobaccos. 1
have in stock fresh lints of the most popular and choice
selections of Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos.
A CHOICK SKU'XTION Ob" CIGARS ALSO
Dr. Posey's Drug store
I Less Expensive, Better and More Healthful I
I B.Y Tins ONLY - - Take no S,,n? I
I For Sale By All First=CIass Grocers
The Southern Cotton Oil Company x
Dixie Flour and Grain Company f
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