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The manufacturers of Royal Bak
ing Powder have always declined
to produce a cheap baking powder
Iat the sacrifice of quality.
Royal Baking Powder is made from
pure grape cream of tartar, and is
the embodiment of all the excellence
possible to be attained in the high
est class baking powder.
Royal Baking Powder costs only a
fair price, and is more economical
at its price than any other leavening
agent, because of the superlative
quality and absolute wholesomeness
of the food it makes.
Mixtures made in imitation of baking powders, but containing alum,
are frequently distributed from door to door, or given away in grocery
stores. Such mixtures are dangerous to use in food. In England,
France, Germany and some sections of the United States their sale is
prohibited by law. Alum is a dangerous mineral acid, and all
physicians condemn baking powders containing it.
Tho tabol of alum baking r - wticrs must
show tho InorodiOk'itSm
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CHAMPION TOMATO GKOWEK.
IHss Kattlc (>'iiliter is Champion of
World Produces 512 ( uns on One.
tenth of Acre?OIVCU Scholarship t<>
Miss Knttie Gunter is the champion
tomato grower of the world.
Sim is from Symarhi in Aiken coun
ty ami last year produced 512 quarts
of tomatoes on one-tenth of an acre.
The general assembly awarded her a
scholarship to Winthrop college and
she is expected to enter that institu
tion next year.
Miss Gunter is a member of the
Aiken County Girls' Tomato club,
which wa>; organized by Miss Marie
Miss Cromer will organize tomato
clubs In several counties of the State
during the year. She will work under
the direction of the United States farm
An announcement will be made by
Bradford Knapp as to the Girls' To
mato club work in South Carolina He
is assistant to Dr. Seaman A. Knapp.
THE "HACK HOME* MOVEMENT.
"More People in One Part of the South
Means More Business in all Paris
of the South."
Most hearltly I wish to thank you
for the preat work you have done.
The ' Pack Homo" movement is ac
tually bringing our Southern people
back from the West; their coining
Is causing others to inquire the rea
son; It Is causing our people in the
West to counsel our young men to
! stay in the South, and to "talk up"
! the South in their present cemmuni
I ties; It Is getting front page space on
1 the great nswpapers of the .Middle and
Northwest: it is arousing our own
people to the point of taking a per
sonal Interest in getting tnorc people
into the Southern States, and all these
are due to your broad.sighted, un
selfish cooperation with us in press
ing the "Pack Home' movement cam
paign. All honor to yon lor it: and
! may your share of the resulting good
! bO large.
I But there is yet more1 for us to do.
! We must obtain the names and ad
dresses of all our runaways in order
to reach them with arguments, and
we must so arouse and direct public
I opinion that all the railroads, slate
land local boards of trade, and other
I public agencies will devote their ac
1 tivitles to the movement. May [
still look to you for help?
W. I). Roberts.
I Johnson City. Tenn.. Feb. 21, 1911.
Kills a Murderer.
A merilcss murdered is Appendicitis
; with many victims, but Dr. King's
New Lite Pills kill it by prevention.
They gently stimulate stomach, liver
and bowels, preventing that clogging
that invites apeudicttis, curing consti
pation, headache, biliousness, chills.
25c at Lumens Drug Co. and Palmetto
WHITE MAIN KILLED
lind Milde Attack upon Negro's Wife.
T raged) Occurred In Old Town
Neighborhood Near Newberry.
Newberry, March 3.?News reached I
Newberry this afternoon that .lames
Qilllatn a white man living on John
Htpps' |)lac? in the Old Town com
munity, some 12 miles west of New
berry, was shot and killed by Sam
Boozer, a negro, late this afternoon.
It was stated that Gllllam during the
forenoon cut the threat of Boozer's
wife, killing her.
There being no telephone connec
tion in that section of the county, it
was Impossible to secure particulars.
Gllllam was In charge of I-llpps'
place and the negroes lived on the
place but it was Impossible to learn
the exact cause of the difficulty, it
is learned that great excitment ex
isted in the community. Sheriff Hen
ford and Constable Rleaso and a
number of citizens left Newberry In
automobiles for the scene tonight.
Mr. John C. Hipp who has .just re.
turned from his place in the Old
Town community states that the ne
gro woman was not killed but that
Gllllam went to the negro's house
during the forenoon with a knife ami
pistol and said he was going to kill
a nemo today. The negroes closed
the door to the house but Gllllam
went in through the window and cut
Clayton Boozer, wife of Sam. on the
hand and Maybell Rook on the lace
ami throat. Maybell is daughter of
Sam Booze r'-s wife, she is badly cut
but neither is dead.
Sam Boozer was in town today,
and when mCSSSgC came of the dif
ficulty, Mr. Hipp, who lives in town
went to Old Town on the afternoon
train and Sain Hoozer went with him.
The killing took place about sun
down. Gllllam had been drinking and
Mr, Hipp was arranging to bring him
to (.own. Gllllam Mr. Hipp and the
negroes were in the yard unloading
li seems that Boozer on reaching
home had secured his shotgun which
was noi observed by Mr. Hipp. Boos
?>r shot Gllllam In tho back of tho
K killing him instantly. He Hod
Immediately. A large crowd has as
sembled and If Hoozer is caught to
night there will probably be a lynch
in:;. Gllllam was a wife and lour
children. -The State
.Monday Boozer surrendered to the
sheriff of Greenwood county and is
j now in the Greenwood county jail.
* Oak > I lie Dots.
Another home in our Vicinity has
been saddened by the death angel
entering and claiming for its victim
Mrs. Mary Munday, mother of Mr. W.
R. Munday. She was In (Ireenville at
the time of her death visiting her
daughter. Mrs. Annie Moore. Her re
mains were laid to rest In the Mt.
Pleasant Cemetery, the services being
conducted by Rev. .1. A. Martin and
Rev. W. D. llammett. or (ireenville.
The hearts of all in the community
go out tu the bereaved ones.
Mrs. Tom Weathers has been unite
sick, but Is improving.
Mrs. W. W. Fowler bus been sick but
is now better.
Little Miss Lois Reid has been vis-'
iting her cousin. Misses .1 uinie and!
Mr. Dallas Moore and wife, of (Ireen
ville. are visiting Mr. W. It. Munday.
Mrs. Hobo and Mrs. Wolf, of LaU
rens. visited the Junior Missionary
Society, of Mt. Pleasant church. Sun
day afternoon. Mrs. Hobo addressed
I the society, giving a very Interesting
' talk, while some of the young people
recited and Bang SOUgs. Altogether
the time was very pleasantly spent.
Mr. Hurts Nelson spent Saturday
night with Mr. Sam Munday.
Little Miss's Sue and Fay WiPiams
visited Misses Kate and 101 la Mae Nel
Two saw mills have begun opera
It is understood that Mr. (his Fuller
and Mr. Pen Cunningham intend erect
ing new houses and Mr. Duncan will
Misses Porah and Lucilu Reid spent
Saturday with Miss Loubell Fowler,
this beng Miss Fowler's birthday. A
bountiful repast was served and a most
pleasant evening was spent enjoying
music ami other amusements.
Attacks School Principal.
A severe attack on school principal,
Ohas, H. Allen of Sylvanla, On., is
thus told by him. "For more than three
years." he writes. "I suffered Indescri
bable torture from rheumatism, liv
er ami stomach trouble and diseased
kidneys. All remedies .failed till l
used Klcctrlc Hitters, but four bot
tles of this wonderful remedy cured
me completely." Such results are
common. Thousands bless them for
curing stomach trouble, fomnlc coin
j plaints, kidney disorders, biliousness,
and for new health and vigor. Try
them. Only BOc at Laurons Drug Co.
ami Palmetto Drug Co.
AU kinds of I:urs, Muskrat
Muskrat 25c to 85cts
Mink . 50c to $7.50
Tlu* Highest Market Price Always Paid
Further Information may be had by
calling on or addressing
Next Door to Post Office, Laurens, S. C.
Feed of all Kinds -Keep a
Big Stock of Good Things.
Henry Clay, White Satin
and Copyright Flour, fresh
water ground Corn Meal,
Hams, Bacon, Lard, Hay.
Big lot of Syrup and Molas
ses in barrels, kegs and buck
ets. Plows. Country mer
chants, as well as farmers,
see our choice line of To
baccos, Tennessee White
Corn, ground Oats and Corn.
Also Corn, Oats and Alfalfa,
fancy clipped White Oats,
Bran and Shorts, Corno
Chicken Feed, full line of
green and roast Coffee,
Horse and Mule Shoes, Nail
i and Barb Wire, Salt, Cotton
Seed Meal, Ammoniated
Guano, Acid, Kainit, Nitrate
;of Soda, Plow Stocks and
Cotton Planters, Little Joe
Harrows, Blount's Iron
Plows, Blount's Middle Bust
ers, Blount's Plow Points;
Amber and Orange Cane
Seed, Bliss Triumph and
Irish Cobbler Potatoes, Seed
Corn, Bean Seed, Peas.
; "Bread is the Staff of Life"
Yours for business
J. H. Sullivan
LAURKNS, S. C.
The Best is None
The Best is None
We are making tremendous preparations for Spring. We expect to show in every department the best values and big
gest assortments of high grade merchandise that we have ever shown. Our new goods are coming in
daily and if you wish to see what is newest and best don't miss our store.
We will have just what you want. We want you to come and let us
show you the new things. New Suits arriving daily. We can please you if
you will only give us a chance.
The very best Shoes that are made can be found here. We have a com
plete line of Hanan, Stetson, Howard and Foster's in men's high grade shoes.
LADIES' LOW SHOES.
We have the best line that we have ever shown. We invite you to come
and see them. Our specialties are Zeigler Bros., Selby Shoe Co. and Queen
We have just what you want. Prices from
$2.00 to $4.00.
Extra special values in Ladies' and Misses' Coat Suits. Special values
at $12.50 and $15.00.
Beautiful silks of all kinds and patterns in the very newest patterns.
Special bargains at 50 and 75 cents.
White Lawns, Flaxons, White Swiss and spring materials of all kind in
the very best values to be had.
Bigger Efforts Than Ever in Millinery Department!
We will show the most complete stock of Millinery ever shown here.
Miss Ames of Baltimore and New York, will have charge, and we will assure
you that when it comes to style, workmanship and quality that you can't find
better at the price.
OUTFITTERS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY