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Makes Home Baking Easy
Tho only baking powdor
mado from Royal Grapo
Groans of Tartar
m ALUMpNO LIME PHOSPHATE
WHAT IS BEING BONE
AT THE CEMETERY
Status of (lie Work There and Want
the Owners of Lots are to Expect in
In view <>f ti:<- very widespread In
terost in Cemetery Improvement and
more particularly tho care and benu
titlcation of individual lots, the cxic
utivo committee have deemed it prop
< to now inform everyone concerned,
through tho columns of tho city press.
.:ust how the subject stands and exact
ly what the committee Is prepared to
Some weeks ago a competent cus
todian was regularly employed to
k?e,> the gates and make himself gen
erally useful. This man, with several
others engaged for temporary service,
?.as been at work on the terrace and
in the roads and walks?a consider
able portion of his time, however, be.
ing devoted to putting in order the In
dividual squares of such lot-owners
us signified their desire therefore by
enrolling themselves aft contributors
at a cost of threo ($3.00) dollars a
In every such case the square has
been carefully worked over, graves
mounded up where necessary, grass
and weeds removed etc.; and the re
markable Improvement in the interior
appearance of the cemetery Is largely
attributable to this man's work.
It is, of course, out of the question
fur so nominal a charge to cover non
routine work such as trimming hedges
or planting (lowers or shrubbery?
these items being subject to special
arrangement with the committee when
it is desired that such work be done
by the custodian.
When all of those who have enroll
ed as subscribers shall have forward
ed their subscriptions to the treasurer,
.Mrs. ii. k. Alken, the committee's fi
nances will be in fairly satisfactory
shape.. This they are requested to
do without delay and. while not a hint
of complaint or fault-finding is intend
ed, it can he stated as a fact that no
further subscription will he solicited;
nor will it be practicable for the la
dies to call in person to collect sub
script ions ill ready engaged. So. as
stated above, checks should in all cas
es he forwarded, by original and also
by new subscribers, without further
notice to Mrs. 11. K. Aiken. treasurer.
In this connection the committee wish
es it known that the entire three-dollar
annual fee for the maintenance fund
will be very much preferred as a
whole, rather than monthly payments
of twenty-live cents each.
it is of more than passing Interest
ithnt. even in the short time which has
(lapsed and notwithstanding the largo
amount of general work accomplished,
the custodian was aid ? to reach, before
Memorial Day. and place in excellent
order (very one of lie- individual lots
for the care of which the owners had
paid (or promised to pay) the pre
scribed three dollars a year.
A Burglar's Awful Deed
may not paralyze a home so complete
ly ?s a mother s long illness. Hut Dr.
King's New Life l'ills are a splendid,
remedy for women. "They gave me
wonderful benefit in constipation and
female trouble." wrote Mrs. M. ('. Dun
lap, of l.eadill. Tonn. If ailing, try
them. 25c at Laufens Drug Co. and
Palmetto Drug Co.
When you want the very best things to
eat at the most satisfactory prices.
LOOK THESE OVER
Fresh Cakes of all kinds, fine for Picnics -
Nabisco Wafers, Pickels of Every
Variety and the Very Best Olives.
Clean Stores, Clean Goods and Clean Methods
make a big difference. Let us show you.
MAHAFFEY & BABB
I Laurens, S. C. |
??r V . ? -I' - .
Some Things That
"Yours Truly" Pork and Beans, Royal
Scarlet Salmon, Kellogs Toasted Corn
Flakes, Quaker Corn Flakes, Crape
We believe that we are carrying the fanciest
line of groceries in the S$ate. Come in and let us
The daintiest kind of sugar wafer sandwich.
A beautifully embossed chocolate cake with
creamy vanilla filling.
These are just three of the sunshine specialties
from the "Bakery of a Thousand Windows." There
is a cracker for every sort of occasion, and a flavor
to suit every taste. Let us show you.
EVERYTHING THAT'S GOOD TO EAT.
W. H. HUDGENS & CO.
114 West Main Street
Phone 50 Laurens, S. C.
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THE ANNUAL PICNIC
AT JONES HIGH SCHOOL
Tills Annual Affair Hill He its Large
Ij Vttcnded and as Interesting us
All) Held Before.
The annual pi< nie, held at the clos
ing of Jones High School, will be held
at the usual place Thursday, the istb.
Pig preparations have be< n made by
; Dr. W. T. Jones and others and a most
I enjoyable time anticipated by a
large number <>r people. A special
; schedule will be put on l>> the Ware
Shoals Railroad to accomodate the
crowds and u big time is expected.
1 Prot. w. i> Culbertson, Dr. .1. Walter
Daniel .and the. Cole L. Phase will
The following program will he ren
Music by the Hand.
Welcomt Address Jones Graham
Dialogu< "How the Quarrel Begun."
Beading -"Darling Jennie'
Reading?"The Bravest Battle"
Reading?"Girls from a Hoy s View"
Reading' "Child's Thoughtfulness"
Dialogue?"Trials of n School Mis
Reading ?"The New Toy".
Thomas Jones i
Reading- "Imm n tor's Wire"
Reading "lb Polite" Krank Morrison
Rending -"Bill Xyu on Hornets"
Rending "Arathnsa's Beau"
Reading?"Husband's Experience in
.1. Frank Hill
Reading?" Phil'* Complaint"
Reading ? !y P< Bt Friend"
Reading? "Ned't Best Friend"
Dialogue 'His First Cose"
Boy ami Girl
Song?"Fi rewell Classmates"
Address Prof. W. P. Culbertson
Address Dr. J. Walter Daniel
Address <lo\ Cole. I.. Blense 1
Music by Princeton Brass Baud. I
AfterriOOU Pasc Ba|l.
The poo pi < oi that community have
extended : cordial wt koine to every
body to u'ltend and most probably a
visi gathering will be present;
If you: ; ; : i tite i failing you, don't
become despondent itisi send your or
der or phono No. H) for a seek of
Henry Clay Flour, u liico First Famil>
of Vlrglnit hickoi'. smoked sugav
cured hiiii ? ..<? kit yd that makes rod
Got car of French Q|i ra or D:.vi<
Land Cufli ? ? toveVy cup is a cup ol
You need a cat) of Pure Leaf Lard
to use with the Henry Clay Flour.
Try a gallon of Pure Louisiana Cane
Syrup oi n gallon of MUscovadn Mo
! have r. good stock of unknown,"
Cloy ami Sp< ckh d Peas, also plenty |
of Nitrat? of Soda ;.ml Guano.
I, II. Sullivan.
Resolution* nl Respect,
Whereas, W. P, Kellett, a membi r ol
Fnlrviow Cam p ..- Woodmen of the
World died ;.t I is In trie near tla Waits
Mill on Saturday, May Otli, after an
Illness of only p. f? w day::'.
Ho was a tru< und faithful sow relgh |
ready and willing to t!>> till he could!
for ?!:?? benefit o! \yj*> comp and for the
.community at largo in Which lie lived.
Therefore b\ it resolved, First."That
in his dolith we linvi jc?*-5 a good neigh
bor and faithful woi k< r.
Sucond, Thai we express our grate*
fullness to Cod for his lit ' among uk.
and for his work in our midst.
Third, That we deeply sympathize
with his wife and Children, Who have
had to part with their loved one, and
that we beseech God to give thorn the
consolation they need, and help them
to say "Thy will he done."
Fourth. That these resolutions be
Inscribed on a page in our minute book
and a copy be furnished our county
paper, also a copy he tendered to the
family of the deceased.
R, H. Donaldson
W. A. Riddle.
M. C. Tidwell,
W M Powell.
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have you overwork**! Arour mrv.nis sys
tem and caused tnaiblo with your kid
neys and bladder'.' Have you (..uns In
: loins, side, back and Madder'.' Hnvo you
a flabby appearance of tho tp.cn, und un
ili r tbo ryes? a freitnont"'desire to pnss
urine? If so. Wllllnmn' Kidney Tills will
cure yOU?Drugg1?t, Prlco l>0c.
WILLIAMS MFC. CO., Pronr... Ctovolnn.!. Ohio
LAURENS DRUG CO.
I.aureus, S. C.
Last Friday morning ?hont six
o'clock the death angel came to the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Baldwin I
and took from them their son. Joseph j
Anderson. He had been sick only two
days and death was unexpected. He
was nine months old. The people of
this community mourn with them In '
their trouble. He v. If. L. Uaggotl
preached the funeral sermon Friday
evening at Rablltl Creek Daptlsl church
Miss Maude Sharpc and Miss Vera
Baldwin Were the visitors of Misses
Mae and All to Dahl) Tuesday lilgllt,
and with Mr. litt;-! Million am. Inillily
Mr. Tom Million and family visited
Miss Conie Mahon Friday.
Mrs. Ri becca Owem; and Miss Kdna '
Owens visited in Fountain Inn a pari |
of last Week.
Mr. Downs Mahon is very sick at
this time His friends hope to see'
him up again soon.
Mrs. T. F. Ullbb and daughters Miss-j
es Mai' and Allie spent last Thursday
with Mr. and Mrs. Zeh Vance.
Mrs. John Mahon left Sunday even
ing for Greenville where she will 1
spend several dnya visiting her sinter
Mrs. Waller Nash.
Mr. Kniest Ilipp of Mountville spent 1
Saturday night with Messrs. Sloan and '
Mr. I L. Chapman was in Green -
ville several days last week on bus- !
Mrs. Arthur Taylor and children of
Laurens arc spending few weeks
with her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Krank I
Mi.-. Mau l ? dose ?! her school at
Kabui; hipt Friday and returned to her
home near Princeton Friday afternoon.
It Startled the World.
when the astounding claims were
first made tor Hucklcn's Arnica Salvo,
but forty years of wonderful cures
have proved them true, ami every
where it is now known as the best
salve on earth for Hums. Holls, Scalds.
Sores, Cuts. DrilisoSj Sprains. Swell
ings. Fczenin. Chapped hands. Fev
er Sores and Piles. Only _'.".<? at Lau.
rens Drug Co. and Palmetto Drug Co. I
The annual picnic at the closing of
the Copeland SChOOl Will he held at
the school In use Friday, tin- Huh. n
was at first reported in these columns
that the picnic would in- li-ld last;
Friday, bin this was an error. It will
he hold the Coining Friday und every
body is invited *<? come and bring well
Hn Ghosts Haunt Swilinps .'
No, never. Its foolish to fear a fnnclol
ovll, when there are real and deadly
perils to guard ugaiusl In swamps and
marshes, bayous, and lowlands, These
arc Iho malaria goriilti that eauso tigue,
chills ami fever. Weakness aches in
the hone- and ii)HKe.Uus am! may Induce
deadly t \ pholtl. But f"io? i ric I >lti i.
destroys and o/ist* out those vicious |
germs from t] >. hlpotk "Three bottle.?,
drove ai Itho flwrinrUi from niy sys
tem," wrote Win. Fr twolJ, of Lueaiua.
X. C. "and Fv< 1 ml tin ? hoi ?b i vor
only 50c id l.iir.; Drug C>. and
cordially in>. ii i
will bo l*i c lit;
\<! HGBi: PILES.
"Icm-ltoiil Docs it
11 you have
a mil t;
\\ "i!. Thomm Ii!'
at in, ni \\ in Kai ves, I u pp?
?orlcs or opoi it Ion cun'i In (lopeiu
Upon for more t ban t :up n ,iry n I
(lut ido t rcntiii >tu won't cure ?< he
side can io bad oHojtfa+Wn \n i ,, h
or bowel, Dr. Loon'.iardt': lle.n-Hi
i a blot remedy iak< u internally,
moves the cum of pile permum
ly. Sold for $1 and fullj guaranf
by Lauren: Drug Co. und drttgji
everywhere. Dr. L oil) trdl Co. i
tion B. Buffalo. X. V.. Prop Write
Sl'l.l I \h BOCNI) I 1(11
Special round trip rates
Birmingham, Ala, $10 70,
sale May 21, 22 and 23;
on sale Mav I .">-1!?.
Philadelphia. Pa .
sale June 0, 10, 12,
limit June 29.
Asheville. X C.
sale June Mb and
sale June 15 and
June IS. HI. 20. 2
and L*> only. Ti< U
to reach original
Tlckt ts on
. $11.00. Ticket:.
Final limit May ill
$20.56. Tickets on
Hi ami 19, Final
Tickets on sab
. :.'.">: July I. s. 9,
.is w ill be limited
? a ri Ing point not
liter than 15 days from, but not in
hiding date of Halo.
Rochester, N. V $29.25. Account
\ncienl Arabic Ordoi Nobles of Mys
tic Shrine Tick I
and !>. Final Hu?II
Atlantic City. X.
on sale July 7. v
For further Inf
sale July 7. S.
;?. Final limit
rinat ion apply
F. .i. Nelson,
Tick t Agent
J. N. LEAK
The 'Land Man"
1-3 acre of lnnd with six-room dwoll- 2 beautiful six-room cottages in
lug in (own of Clinton situated on Mown of Cray Court, nicely loetlUv'
Ada 11' Street. Price $2,200, close to business part nt the town.
125 acres of laud. with seven- Trices right and terms imuh cany, AI
room dwelling, barn ami out buildings, I so lota suitable lor residence lots* in
bounded by lands of Iteheccti Simp- town of Cray Court,
son. .lohll Childless and others. Price J One lot of land :'.?) ft frontin? 00
$30 per aero. North Harper street. 210 feet doop
LM!> acres of land with dwelling aim'with store-room 2U.\50 near the Watts
outbuildings, bounded by lands of J. mill
M. Phil pot, II. l\ Terry and others. On< hi fiotltlnv: North Ilm per St.,
Price *10 per acte. ; 100x210 feel deep, pi'lco $800.00.
s."> acres of land more or less, eight- ?'. busii ess lots mar Ilia Watts mill
room dwelling, tenant houses, good if nflnu North Harper street. 25x150
barn and outbuildings, in llie town of reel deep
Pan ford, Prien $0,500. Quo lot '.villi .'? room cottage front
U" acres oI land in Vonngs township, iug Mock Street, 110x300 feel doop,
known a^ the Old Smith Place, nice L* acres of land, nan ... lea.* and
cottag? and i>dod barn an! nnthulUI S room dwelling, store and out?
int.: I'rlco $1,850, huildin.M til Owlngs Stnl ion This prop
Nu acres of land in the town of l.au erty i ; well located t.. establish llio
ford with beautiful cottage nicely In trade ami Is worlh niete that tlie icon
cnled. Price $C,500. ! ey wo ash, $2,650.00.
If you do not find what you want let me know your wants
and I will find it for you.
J. N. LEAK
The Real P.state Man That Divides the Barth (0 Suit Your Purse
This week we will throw on the
counter two lots of the above. These
we bought at a bargain and offered at
almost half their real value. They
come in 5 yard lengths and will not
be cut under any consideration. The
price is 50 cents and 75 cents. Only
limited quality offered. Act promptly
before they are sold. Can't1 be '.:<M'J.i'
cated this season :it these prices.
This week we open direct from
the manufacturers a line of Lace Cur
tains running from 50 cents to $2.50
a pair. Inspection will prove these to
be good value for the money.
i!son & Co.
fPIIFIII FNG1NFS mb BDILFRS
..... nm "Have St?od the Tost of Time" ?*
ThcV luivo no superior in poinl of DURABILITY and ?r< /?'< ' 'Adapied
ft r Saw Mills, Oil Mills, Cotton Gins; in fact, where llmvy l> ly i
required. Write for prir.-s on Saw Mill; , f hin?Jo M I Is.? '.<??
BOILERS. We carry for immediate shiprnen lh< Dt !
Constructed Boilers, ranging from i? II. I'. to 150 H. P.
Write today for our illustrated catalog.
J. S. SCHOFIELD'S SONS CO., Works and Head Of.icc, WtACON, CA.
Branch Office, 207 West Trade Street, Charlotte. N. C.
Sell SuppOl tini
Steel St.if h?,
PI ,1- and SI.eet
"'? . ^^'."''"'.' ^Il'.'lw.,...
They never need repairs, never need ntiy ; Mention \r\ fact ? xcept an
occasional co.-.t < f paint, fnoy'ro i iroprool Slormprot ( i.n<l suitable
for nil kinds of buildings. I er further detailed information apply to
Local Dealer or
Cortright Aletai Roofing Co., Philadelphia, Perm