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Cooking under modem methods and con
veniences is made so attractive the whole
family is becoming interested.
" These biscuits are delicious; this cake is
excellent," says the father. " I made them,**
says the daughter, and both father and /
daughter beam with pleasure. ' /
Royal Baking Powder has made home
baking a succecc, a pleasure and a profit, and
the best cooking today the world over is
done with its aid.
| LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Mr. Henry Rasor ot Cross H?l
spent Monday in Laurens.
Mr. \V, C. Coloman of Woodruff
spent the clay hero .Monday.
Mr. H. Copeland of Clinton was a
visitor in Laurens yesterday.
Mr. and Mis. Ed Hart, of Oklahoma,
are spending some time in the city
Dr. T. L. Tiinmercan has returned
to the city after spending the holi
days in Florida.
Miss Evelyn Ames, of Baltimore, is
in the city visiting Miss Bossio Crews
and other friends.
Mr. .1. 1). Hartley loaves'for Florida
tomorrow, where he will be with Iiis
son for several months.
Mr. .1. S. George, who lives on
Route 5, was a pleasant caller In The
Advertiser olliee Monday.
Mr. L B, ('lardy of Atlanta spent
several days here during the holidays
as the guest of relatives.
Messrs. L .1. llitt. Conway Dial and
Olin fPtts of Cross Hill were among
the visitors here salesday.
Messrs. \V. It. Cothran ami W. S.
Thome of Greenwood were in Lau
rens Monday attending sales.
The host of friends of Mrs. Lizzie
Robertson will be very sorry to learn
that she is very sick at her home.
Mr. Merle Hiers of Smoaks spent
several days here this week as the
gU63l of his brother, Mr. L. O. Hiers
? Sen. and Mrs. G. W. Sullivan, of
Williamston,' are in the city visiting
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sullivan and other
Mrs. Frank II. (nine and Mrs.
.lames Powell left Saturday for Wil
mington, after spending the holidays
in the city.
Mr. I. C. Colenian has returned to
bis home in Charlotte after a short
holiday visit to friends and relatives
Mr. William Bryant, the newly elect
ed superintendent of '.he glass fac
tory, is expected in the city within the
next few days.
Messrs. J, M. Simmons, C, M. Fuller
and W. E. Crisp, of Mountvllle, came
tip last night to attend the meeting
of the Masonic lodge.
Mr. George Wrigley, of Greenville,
Consulting electrical engineer with
3. K. Sirrine of Greenville Was in the
' city on business Monday.
Miss Neva Moore left for her home
in Baltimore Thursday after spend
ing several months as the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Wllkes.
Mr. F. F. McQuown, of Clinton,
spent the first of the week in the
^ city attending the sales and witness
ing the court proceedings.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Camper, who
spent several days with Mr. and Mrs.
I). T. Moore, have returned to their
home in Washington, I). C.
Mrs. L. T. Lester, of Spartanburg,
hpent several days In the city last
^voek as tho guest of Mrs. .1. I). Har
ney and Miss Mattle Harney.
Mr. J. T. Crews spent Friday In Co
lumbia, where he went to attend a
meeting of tho Board of Trustees of
he Home for Old Soldiers.
Mr. W. A. Dltval, formerly a resi
dent of Laurens county, but now re
iding near Greenwood, was a visitor
in his home town last week.
Miss Mattio Hartley and hor guest,
Miss Laura Caudle, of Rome, (.;?., re
turned to Dillon Saturday to take-up
their work in the graded schools there
Mr. and Mrs. Goo. \V. Sullivan, of
Williamston are in, Laurons this week
as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. .1. II.
Sullivan and Rev. and Mrs. w. a.
Mrs. Miller and Miss Willie 1 licks
of Knoxville spent part of the holidays
in Lnurens* with their parents, Mr,
and Mrs. .1. F. Ili<ks. Miss Hicks will
remain in Lauren8.
Mr W. t". Irby, Jr., has returned to
the city after spending the Christmas
holidays in Jacksonville, Ala. Mrs
Irby and little Francis Loretz Irby,
will remain in Alabama until after
the legislature adjourns.
Miss Marie Owens and Mrs. Eliza
Scaife, of Clinton, spent the week-end
in the city as the guest of Mrs. F. H.
Wilkes, having come up more es
pecially to hear the rendition of the
cantata at the Methodist Church Sun
. WARM TIMES IN GOLD VIELE.
I). I.. Boozer (iocs on the War-Path
and Gives the Town a Little Indi
cation of Western Life.
Sheriff Owings received work Fri
day morning that one D. I..
Boozer, of Goldville, had declar
ed war down in that Community
Slid was shooting up the town. The
Sheriff, with Messrs. lteid and Sulli
van, got into an automobile at once
and inarched upon the scene to put a
stop to the hostilities. They arrived
in Goldville, Where they found con
siderable excitement but few people.
Boozer being in almost complete pos
session of the stronghold. Policeman
Abrains however, had succeeded i t ?
slipping up behind and disarming him
after quite a struggle, but his capture
did not allay the excitement very
much. V/hen the Sheriff arrived on
the scene Boozer declared he would
not submit to the arrest, hut the
sheriff told him that he intended
bringing him to Lauren8 at any cost
anil that ended the argument. He was
brought up and carried before Magis
trate Crews where he gave bail and
was allowed to return.
It appears that Boozer and I.. W ('.
BlaloCk had a falling out over .some
negro hands. Boozer procured his gun
and began to shoot up the town, which
is largely owned by Mr. BlaloCk and
associates. The house of Mr Blalock
was lilt by bullets in a number of
places and his store and the post
office were considerably damaged. It
is thought that the mat. was suffering
from a temporary abberatldn. it U
reported that he has been acting
strangely several times since this
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Sold by dealers'every where for only
?O cent;-.. Laurons Drug Co. sell It on
money back plan. It stops scalp Itch
instantly ami preserves the natural
color and beauty of the hair.
J SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. ?
Thursday afternoon Mrs. R, K.
Babb entertained a number of guests
at her home on West Main street. The
lower "cor v.T.3 thrown into one and
beautifully decorated, yielding a
Christmas effect. The game of Forty
Two was played, tables for thirty-six
guests being prepared. After a few
very interesting games were played a
tempting salad course with coffee was
served.. Mrs. Ba.bb was assisted by
Mrs. F. P. M inter, Mrs. X. It. Dial.
Mrs. A. C. Todd and Mrs. L. Q. Dalle,
Miss Pearl LaMotte, of Darlington,
is visiting Miss Lillian Peterson, both,
of who are quarantined from Town
vllle, wLcre they teach school,
A marriage of statewide interest
and one that united two of the old
est and most prominent families of
Georgia and South Carolina took
place Saturday afternoon in Union,
when Miss Medora Duncan, the eld
est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. C.
Duncan, and Mr. .lames Turner Fit
ten, of Atlanta, Ga? were united in
The marriage took place at the
handsome old colonial residence of
the bride's parents. Fashioned after
the ante-bellum days, the spacious
apartments were converted into a
bower of'loveliness by skilled decora
tors. The ceremony took place at 5
o'clock and was witnessed by a large
number of friends and relatives, a
number from Atlanta and Sparpin
burg being present.
Mrs. W. 10. Lucas, of Laurens, a
1 cousin of the bride, and one of the
south'* most noted pianists, rendered
Mcndelsshon's wedding much as the
bridal procession entered. They
formed in the sitting room and cross
ed the large old fashioned hall to the
west parlor, where the coremonj took
place. Miss Mary DuPre, of Spar
ta II burg, and Miss Fannie Duncan
the bride's younost sister, came first
and carried white satin ribbons form
ing an aisle-way through which the
wedding part} passod. They wore
dresses of pale green Charmeuse witii
quaint overdresses of lace, bordered
with tiny pink roses. The ushers
came first and were Tom McXally,
.1. Roy Fatnt. Dr. 1. M. Hair and Jud
801) Sarratt, coming two and two and
crossing in front of the altar. Next
to (Miter were the bridesmaids and
groomsmen^ who came in the follow
ing order! Miss Bessie .'ffae Thomp
son, of Danville,' Va., with Charles
Ryan; Miss I.mile .Ionian with Ma.j.
.lohn S. Cohen: Miss Pauline Gilder,
of Newberry, witli George M Adair.
of Atlanta: Miss Louise ('.age, of
Union, with Pert Drydcn; Miss Eliza
beth McMaster, of Wlnnsboro, with
Wallace DuPre, of Spartanburg; Miss
Dora Rembert, Spartanhurg, with Dr.
10. M. Coleman, Athens. Ca. The
Bridesmaids wore beautiful gowns of
white Charmeuse made en train and
carried arm bouquets of pink carna
tions tied with huge bows of pink
tulle. They wore long pink gloves
and pink satin slippers. Their hair
ornaments were lovely aigrettes, the
gift of the bride to her maids.
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