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Has demonstrated that of two
loaves ol bread, one raised
with Royal Baking Powder,
and the other with alum bak
ing powder, tho Royal raised
loaf Is 32 acr cent* mono
dlgostihlo than tfoo otherm
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. ?
Mr. Homer Blnckwell spent Satur
day and Sunday at Henno.
Mr. Prank Crisp of Greenville spent
Sunday in the city with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Crisp.
Mrs. Jnnie Blnckwell has returned
to the city utter n visit of Beveral
weeks to relatives at Union.
Mr. Copelnnd Blackwell of Spartan
burg spenl Friday night in the city
at the home of his brother, Mr. L. it.
On Saturday and Sunday fine rains
fell throughout the county, thus In
USrlng good stands of cotton and corn.
Rev. I'. C. Watson preached on Sun
day at Hush River church, Nowberry
Mrs. J. W. Taylor of Princeton was
in the city Saturday on the way to
Columbia to visit her daughter, Mrs.
W. E. Harrell and family.
Miss Cora Medloek has returned to
her home In Dials after a two week's
visit to her sister. Mrs. Arthur Taylor.
Rev. A. B. Kennedy, associate pas
tor of the First Baptist church, Colum
bia, spent several days in Baurens last
Week In attendance on the Wakelield
Rev. W. D. Hammetl has received
a call from the Baptist church at Tuca
paw for two Sundays each month.
Prof. B. B. .Tones of the city school,
attended the conference of school sup
erlntendents held in Columbia.
Mr. Frank Vance, circulation mana
ger of the Columbia Record, spent a
few days in I.aureus this week in the
interest of the Record's popularity
Mr. W. \V. Cole of Cross Hill was in
the city Wednesday.
Mr. Louis Kay of Kasley spent a few
days in the city last week with Mr. .1.
A. Clardy and other relatives.
Mr. A. M. Hill was in this city Wed
nesday from Cross Hill.
Miss Annie Nichols, one of the city's
very popular young women, went to
Anderson Thursday, having secured
admission to the Anderson hospital
for the purpose c?f becoming a trained
Mr. Boyce Wolff, a Clemson gradu
ate who has been teaching at Rabun
during the past term, was in the city
Mr. I). E. Barnett was up from Chap
in for a few days during the week.
Mr. Karle Mills is at home from the
Augusta Medical college.
Messrs. R. .1. Franks. W. B. Cun
ningham. W. W. Griffin, R. S. Temple
ton and F. 1'. McCowan will attend
the annual meeting of the grand lodge,
independent Order of odd Fellows,
which convenes today in Spartanburg.
Mrs. K. S. Templeton has returned
from a visit to relatives at Honen
Rev. w. a. Clarke is attending the
general conference in AshevlUe.
Dr. W. .1. L?ngsten of Conway and
All kinds in all [[size
packages and in bulk
Any way you want them
Palmetto Drug: Company,
Laurens, 5. C.
Chewing and Smoking;Tobaccos
I wish to call your attention to tny line of Tobaccos. I
have in stock fresh lines of the most popular and choice
selections of Chewing and ?Smoking Tobaccos.
A CHOICE SELECTION OK CIGARS ALSO
Dr. Posey's Drug' store
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his daughter, Mrs. Agnew of Green
ville, visited relatives at Madden dur
ing the past week.
Mr. Lester Bishop on the way to
Iiis home in Greenville from the Char
leston Medical college. Stopped over
a day or so with friends in Laurens.
t ill CORA COM.11KXCK M K XT.
Rev. ( has. F. Itanklu to Preach the
The Chlcora college commencement
will he held from May 1*0 to 24. Rev.
c. P. Rankin of Laurens. will preach
the baccalaureate sermon, and Rev.
W. H. Prazler, I). D. Of Anderson, the
sermon before the Y. W. C. A. The
literary address will he delivered by
Dr. J. i. McCain, professor of English
at Ersklne college.
Ounlilicution of Voters.
To the Editor Of The Advertiser: ?
There seems to he a fear on the part
of some persons that an effort will be
made to require the same qualifica
tions to vote In the Democratic prim
ary as in the general election, as
shown by Judge Thompson's resolu
It seems to me that our people ought
to be taught to have respect for law
and order, Every wrote man In South
Carolina ought to know that our elec
tion laws were made to insure white
supremacy and especially to protect
the interests of the white people of our
Any white man who is not patriotic
enough to qualify himself as an elect
or so as to be able to do his duty as a
citizen. In my opinion, ought to he dis
To allow such a person to vote In
the party election when he is not qual
ified to vote in the State and Federal
election on account of his own care
lessness to conform to the laws of the
State is to encourage lawlessness and
disrespect for lawful authority.
I know persons who have failed to
qualify as electors and say they do
not care to vote in the general elec
tion; they care only to vote In the
primary. I say such a person is not
a patriotic citizen, and if our State
election was In any danger he could
not help at all. I say require the same
qualification In the Democratic prim
ary as in the general election/ This
may not he popular but it Is right
and I believe would be best for the
State of South Carolina.
W. T. Austin.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets wil clear the sour stomach,
sweeten the breath and create a heal
thy appetite. They promote the flow
of gastric juice, thereby Inducing good
digestion. Sold by Laurens Drug Co.
Esteemed at Home.
lion. c. c. Featherstone is holding
court this week in Laurens, his home
town, the local bar having asked that
he be appointed to preside at a special
term of court. What, higher endorse
ment can he accorded one. both pro
fessionally and as to character? The
Withdrawal Of Mr. Manning lias
strengthened Mr. Featherstone in the
rnco for governor.- Edgefleld Adver
Never hesitate nbo'it giving Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy to children.
It contains no opium or other narco
tics and can he given with Implicit
confidence. As a epiiek cure for coughs
and colds to which Children are sus
ceptible, It. Is usurpassed. Sohl by
Laurens Drug Co.
THE HONOR ROLL J
Following is the honor roll of the
Laurcns city schools lor the eighth
First Grade: George Albright, Thos.
Burksdale, ('lark Bundrick, Lucius
Burns, Montetth Calne, Marshal Bendy,
William Franks. Clarke Cray. Charles
Hughes. Coy Held, Frank Llouiltree,
Julian Wnlker, Flora Bennett, .Marion
Holt. Knthrino Colt. Flolse Cray. II a r
rletto Hughes, Virginia Martin. Gladys
Roper. Sarah Sexton, Mary Smyth, Lee
Second Grade: William Anderson,
Bl'OUdus Brownlee, Laurcns Crews,
Barle I learn. William Lake. A. H. Mad
den, Fston Nichols, Nash Phil pot,
Mary Blackwell, Allle Martin, Fstelle
Martin, Mary Roper. Anna Sullivan.
Lois Taylor. Juanita Wilkes.
Third Grade: Willie Dendy, Roheit
Lucas Mildred Counts. Harlan thews,
Louise Dendy. Kathleen McGee.
Fourth Grade: Rebecca Lake, Striok
Filth Grade: Sarah Holt, Roy Taylor,
sixth Grade: Inez Hudgens, Lllln
Todd, Louise Simmons, Hugh Alken,
Herbert Sullivan. Virginia Simpson.
Seventh Grade: Gussle Miller. Hayne
Taylor. Caroline Roper. Harriet Simp
son, Mamie Austin. Pierce Moore.
Fighth Grade: Joe Bolt, Edwin Mose
ly, Anna Prentis, Amelia Todd.
Ninth Grade: Winnie .leans. Mary
Posey, Helen Sullivan. Azile Wofford
Tenth tirade: Rebecca Dial, Marga
First Grade: Charlie Motte. Fate
O'Shields, George Turner, Foster
Whltten, .1. I). Williams. Cora Aber
crombie, Lucy Lanhatn, Mamie Motte,
Edna Riddle, Nannie Lee Snotldy, Al
Lion Fondles a Child.
In Pittsburg a savage lion fondled
the hand that a child thrust into bis
cage. Danger lo a child is sometimes
great when least regarded. Often it
comes through Colds. Croup, and
Whooping Cough. They slay thous
ands that Dr. King's New Discovery
could have saved. "A few doses cured
our baby of a very bad case of Croup,"
writes Mrs. George B. Davis, of Flat
Rock. N. C, "We always give it to him
when be takes cold. Its a wonderful
medicine for babies." Rest for Coughs,
Colds. LaGrlppe, Asthma. Hemorrhag
es. Weak Lungs. f.Oc. $1.00. Trial bot
tle free. Guaranteed by Laurons Drug
Co. and Palmetto Drug Co.
BEST TIN SHOP
? In the Country = -
The kind that is best and lasts the longest.
We put them on iij^lit and guarantee them.
The kind that save 1-3 of your ICE M( >NEY
Prices from $4 to $9. We want the ladies
to see these Boxes.
EVE 11YT II IX G
in the Sheet Metal Line. Come in and see
YOUR FINANCIAL CONDITION
Make up your mind to
connect with the starting
point of increased power and
increased income?a Grow
ing account at this bank.
A Growing bank account has a
real and tangible value over and
above the ainountof actual money
depo.sited. It creates greater con
fidence, a better standing and an
increased prestige in the commun
ity for the depositor. Our ser
vices are yours to command.
THE BAN K LAU RENS
The B. nk for Your Savings.
HE Moderate Priced Shoe Man will find our Splendid
Three Fifty Oxfords towering way above the Shoes
ordinarily sold at that price.
These Oxfords were buiit by a Maker who was willing
to stretch a point, in order to give us better Oxfords than
this price usually buys.
Splendid Leathers in Patent Colt, Calf, Gun Metal, Calf
and Vici. Button, Lace or Bluchers. Conservative or ex
treme style lasts.
WE'll Fit Every Foot Perfectly
Come, See Our Men's
Three Fifty Oxfords!
We think you'll hardly be able to distinguish these good
Oxfords from the higher priced members of our Shoe Family
our line of Hats and Furnishings
R. E. COPELAND
THE SHOE HAN
Laurens, S. C.