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HOT BISCUIT, ^
hot cakes, made with
ROYAL Baking Powder
are delicious, health
ful and easily made*
? LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION, ?
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Mr. Tom Bennett is at home on a
Mr. Arthur Riddle was in town one
day last week.
Mr. R. Y. H. Bell of Pea Ridge, was
In the city Monday.
Mr. I. C. Parks of Mountville, was
in the city Thursday.
Mr. Zack H. Tinsley was in town
trading last Saturday.
Mr. L. B.| Corbett of Lisbon was
up on 'business, Friday.
Mr. Jno. N. Ifudgens spent the week
end with his family here.
Mr. C. H. Pettus of Harris Springs,
-spent Monday in Laurens.
Mr. Clinton Wood of Yucatan, came
down on business yesterday.
Mr. J. C. McDaniel of McDanlels,
was a visitor here Saturday.
Mr. F. C. Smith of Mountville, was
a visitor to the city last week.
Mr. Z. R. Traynham and son, were
visitors to our city last week.
j Mr. Osctir L. Hunter of Ora made
?"business trip here last week.
^ Mr. Samuel J. Wasson of Friend
ship, was in the city Saturday.
Mr. M. W. Gray, or Lden, was a
visitor In the city Wednesday.
Mr. Clifton C. Caldwell of Rabun
Creek was in the city Thursday.
Mr. J. T. Cooper, of Ekom, was
trading in the city last Thursday.
Dr. J. L. Donnon was in town
Thursday on professional business.
Mr. W. C. Winters of Tylersvlllo
was in town Monday on business.
Mt. Jno. W. Taylor of Princeton,
was in town the first of the week.
Mr. Tom B. Childless, of Laurens
Route 3, was here last Saturday.
?Rev. J ,T. Miller of Waterloo was
among the visitors here Monday.
Dr. H. D. Mahaffey took in the
Greenville Horse Show last w?i k.
Mr. Walter Snyder of Poachland
was in town on business last week.
Mr. O. C. Duncan of Laurens Route
4, was here on business Saturday.
Mr. Win. Dodson was among the
visitors here Saturday on business.
'Mr. J. Webb Elledge, of the Boyd
MMl vicinity, was in town Thursday. |
Mr. Calvin Tumblin of the Heilder-J
sonvtlle district was In town Friday. (
Mr. .1. Robt. Crawford of Sullivan's,
township, was in the city last week.'
Mr. H. H. Pinson of tho Ekom sec-j
tlon, was in the city one day last week j
Mr. James Modlook of the Mt. Bethel j
soction was in town trading Monday, t
Mr. A. M. Ramage of Laurens Route!
3, was n the city on business Monday (
?Hon. Joseph McCollough, of Green
ville, is a visitor in Laurens tills week.'
Mr. Jas M. Simpson Horn Route
One, Laurens, was in town Saturday.
Mr. J. II. Balentlne of Homing
came over to the city shopping Tues
Mr. Jno. C. Aborcromble of Burnt
Factory was in town shopping Thurs
Mr. Win, Wasson of Sullivans town
ship, was here on business last Satur
Mr. H. S. Wallace, the Shlloh farm
er, was in Lie city on business last
Mr. Jas. A. Coats, of the Friendship
Community was here for a day last
Mr. II. Lee Madden of Madden R. F.
D. was a business visitor here last
Mr. Harvey L. Blakeley, a Laurens
county farmer, was in the city last
Mr. W. W. Campbell of Waterloo
was a visitor to the city first of the
Mr. R. W. Willis lias returned from
Hat Springs, Ark., much Improved in
M.. Ludy C. Trlbhle of Laurens
Route 3, was In town on business Sat
Mr. W. Haskell Coleman of Barks
< dalo was down on business last Wed
Mr. J. H. Ball of the Barksdah
community, was In town last Wed
Mr. P. W. Flnley, a Madden farm
IP er, was hero on business last Wed
Mr. Jno. W. Madden, of I jam
Routo 3, reports good rains in hi>
Mr. W. fl. Bolt, who lives at the old
Bolt home place visited in Laurens
Mr. B, H. Adair of Laurens Route 3
came over to the city on business
Mr. A. R. Holmes of Lisbon, came
up to the city last Thursday to spend
Mr. C. T. Murphy from Laurens
Route 3, was in town Thursday on
Mr. J. C. Rurdette was In the city
attending to business affairs last
Mr. M. A. Summerai of Laurens
Route 2 was a visitor to the city
Mr. P. B. Bailey, one of our Pea
Ridge progressive farmers, was here
lOditor Reinsen, of The Woodruff
Record, was in the city on business
Mr. X. It. Wood, of the Mt. Bothel
section, was down for business
Mr. Laurens Knight of Henderson
ville spent the day in the city last
Col. Jno. H, Wharton, of Waterloo,
was mixing with friends here last
Mr. ('. Kugene Wasson, a Friend
ship farmer, was in town on business
Mr. Charley T. Murphy of Laurens
Route 3, was in the city on business
Mr. J. A. Clardy spent tho week-end
in Greenwood with his sister, Mrs. W.
Mr. Geo. T. Withers, of the Hender
sonville district, visited in Laurens
Mrs. F. C. Pea roe, of Green wood, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. E. B. Machen,
Mr. .1. W. Peterson, of Laurens
Route 2, was in the city on business
Mr. (!eo. II. FJ1 ledge, youngest son
of Mr. .1. P. Eloldgo, is now touring
Mr. Kobt. M. Wasson, of Charlton
Hall, was in town on business last
Rev. Jno. D. Pitts and Mrs. Pitts of
Fountain Inn are visitors in the old
Mr. .lohn II. Wollte of Goodglon's
factory, was visiting friends in the
Mi-. C. H. Pettus and two little
girls, of Harris Springs, were in tho
Mr. .1. I). W. Watts, of Trinity-Kid:;.',
was circulating with his friends here
Mr. A. Jasper Traynham, of the
Horse Creek district, was in town last
week for a day.
Rev. .1. M. Dallas, of Ware Shoals,
pastor of Friendship church, was In
tho city Monday.
Col. and Mrs. Geo. S. MoCravy are
the happy parents of a little girl born
Mr. Herbert J. Martin the large
farmer of the Trinity-Kidge district,
was here Saturday.
Mr. Wister L. Riddle, engineer of
the county's large tractor, was hero
resting up Saturday.
Mr. Ceo. B. Brown, one of Sage-!
town's staid farmers, was hero on
business last Friday.
About 20 old Confederate soldiers
took the train Monday morning for
Mr. Welley Abercrombie of Rahun
Creek, was among those that came
to Laurens Saturday.
Mr. T. J. Sullivan and little son,
Tommlo, of the White Hall farm, were
hi town last Monday.
Mr. Tom A. Crawford, of Ruthey's
Corner was among those that came
to Laurens Saturday.
Mr. Mack T. Simpson of Cross Hill,
visited his brother Mr. Kdd Simpson
hero one day last week.
Mr. Win. B. Motto, superintendent |
of the County Home, was here on
business last Saturday.
Mr. .1. Frank Mitchell, a young farm
er of the WOStem part of the county,
was in the city Thursday.
Mr. .1. H. Ba.lentine, a resident of
tho Ware S>hoals vicinity, was in the
city on business yesterday.
Mr. J. Allen Riddle, of Warrior
Creek, came down to the city Satur
day to look after business.
Mr. W. W. Madden of the Fiiend
ahlp section, was attending business
affairs here last Wednesday.
Mr. S. Frauk Tuniblln of Laurens
Route 1, was in the city attending
business affairs last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gray, of Gray
Court, were in the city visiting Mr.
and Mrs. \V. L. Gray Sunday.
Messrs Tom Knight and Luther
Bagwell of the Hickory Tavern vi
cinity were in town Monday.
Mr. Charley A. Saxon, a farmer of
the Hickory Tavern neighborhood,
was here on business Monday.
Miss Marguerite Simpson has re
turned from Chlcora college to spend
the holidays with her parents.
Mrs. D. L. Miller, of Greenville, is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. G. Sul
livan, on South Harper street.
Mr. Wim. P. Brown of Laurens
Route 3, one of our substantial farm
ers was in the city Saturday.
Mr. W. D. Sullivan. Jr., Will and
Little Marie, of Tumbling Shoals,
were in town shopping last week.
Mr. Albert Hughes, of Hnoree, ex
chief of police here, now farming,
was here on business last Monday.
Mr. W. Carlisle Bolt, tho young
farmer of Goodgion's Factory, was
here attending to business Thursday.
Mr. Henry Dodson. of the local po
lice force, left Monday to attend the
Confederate reunion at Chattanooga.
Mr. Ed Hicks, who has been spend
ing several days here with homcfolks,
has re tu rend to his work in Arkansas.
Miss Lizzie Edwards has returned
home after nursing three months in
the Plagler Hospital, St. Augustine.
Mr. Todd Knight, who has finished
school at Waycross. Ga.. returned to
his home in Sullivan township last
Mr. W ,R, Richey, Sr., has returned
home after a trip to New York, Wash
ington and other eastern cities on
Prof. Alsey Fuller, of Mountville,
who is principal of a flourishing
school in North Carolina, was a visitor
in the city Wednesday.
Mrs. Anne Clarke and Mrs. W. L.
Boyd attended the marriage of Miss
Lavinia Kennedy to Dr. lt. II. Brice
in Duo West last Thursday.
I Littlo Miss Margaret Wasson of
Charlton Hall spent the day witli her
grandmother, Mrs. Dora Edwards on
Mill street las;. Wednesday.
Miss Elizabeth Hill of Moorsville.
Ala., and Miss Hurt of Atlanta, will
arrive today to be tho guests of Miss
Amelia Todd, for some time.
Miss Elizabeth Gucinzius, of Green
Bay, Wls., and Miss Etta Brand, of
Wilmington. N. ('., are the guests of
Miss Josie Sullivan on West Main
Mr. Sam Taylor, of the firm of Arm
strong & Taylor, enterprising mer
chants at Fountain Inn, was in the
city Shaking hands witii old acqunint
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Richardson,
formerly of Augusta, have moved into
the Dial house on Simpson street. Mr.
Richardson is billing clerk at the
Rev. J. M. Dallas, of Ware Shoals,
who supplies the Friendship Presby
terian church, was in the city Mon
day, as guest of Mr. Jos. C. Wasson
on South Harper street.
Miss Charlotte McGownn is expect
ed home today after spending several
months with relatives in Mississippi,
Alabama and Louisiana. She will be
accompanied home by a young lady
Dr. and Mrs. Clifton Jones and lit
tle Miss Nell Jones made an auto trip
to Greenwood Sunday by way of Ware
Shoa.ls. They returned the same af
ternoon accompanied by Mrs. J. M.
Miss Annie Sltgroavos, who lias
been teaching in Aiken has returned
home before the end of the session
beeause of sickness. She has improv
ed sufficiently since her arrival to go
Mr. M. it. Poole, the largo planter
of Tylersvllle, was in the city on busi
ness Tuesday, having returned home
a few days ago from an extended trip
of 2 months to New York and oilier
Dr. W. J. LangSton, who is now
making his headquarters in Columbia,
spent Sunday in the city With Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Power on his way home
after attending the Children's Day ox
ere 1808 at Prospect Saturday.
Mr. Allen Bramlett returned Mon
day night fr? n Norway, where he has
been enga.^r I in moving a school
house for .to trustees of that school
district. It is quite a compliment to
to Mr. Bromlett that he succeeded In
landing this job at such a distance
from home. ?
Mr. Ernest Chlldress, son of Mr. T.
B. Chlldl'eSfl who lives severnl miles
from the city, has returned from
Augusta where he has been attend
ing a business college for tho past
few months. Ho will return for sev
eral months In the fall of the year
and then get his diploma.
See our line of Vudor Reinforced
Hammocks, beautiful line, prices from
S. M. & E. H. Wllkes & Co.
Resolutions of die Death of Brother
E. T. Shell.
Whereas it has pleased our Heaven
ly Father to remove from our midst
Brother E. T. Shell, we as an assem
bled Lodge bow in submission to His
holy will. May His divine Influence
so actuate us in our dealings that we
can at all times say "Thy will be
done," "The Lord giveth, the I^ord
takcth away, blessed be the name
of the Lord."
Resolve 1st. That In the death of
Brother Shell this l*>dge, of A. F. M?
has lost one of its faithful and devoted
Resolve 2nd. That our hearts are
made sad when we see his vacant
place and must realize that he will
never meet with us here again.
Unsolved 3rd. That this 1/odge extend
to the bereft family Its deepest sym
pathy In this time of gloom and sad
Resolve 4th. That a copy of these
resolutions he sent to the family of our
departed brother and that a page In
?our minutes be dodicated to his mem
ory. Signed by?
t. m Munnorlyn
W. \v. Barksdnlo.
L. C. Dor rob. ?
Whereas, our friend and brother,
E. T. Shell, has been removed from
our midst and his work on earth Is
finished; and while we bow in humble
submission to the will of our Heavenly
Father; we The Wesly Adult Bible
Class feel that we have sustained a
great loss, and the presence of our
brother in our class will ever be
?missed. Therefore be it resolved:
1st. That we tender to his bornvod
family our deep sympathy and love
in this dark hour of their great afflic
tion, and they be presented with a
copy of these resolutions.
2nd. That a page in our Class Kre
on! book with these resolutions be
dedicated to his memory.
3rd. That a copy of these resolu
tions lm sent to each of our County
papers and the "Christian Advocate
requesting them to publish same,
J. C. Martin.
W. H. McCain,
P. 1). Bolt.
Rest .Medicine for ( olds
When a druggist recommends a i
remedy for colds, throat and lung
troubles, you can feel sure that bei
knows whott ho is talking about. C.
Lower, Druggist, of Marlon, Ohio,
writes of Dr. King's New Discovery:
"I know Dr. King's New Discovery is
the best throat and lung medicine I
sel|. It cured my wife of a severe
bronchial cold after all other reme
dies failed." It will /lo the same for
you if you are suffering with a cold
or any bronchial, throat or lung cough.
Keep a bottle on hand all the time for
evoryono in the family to use. It is a
home doctor. Price 0 and $1.00.'
Guaranteed by Laurel 'rug Co. and]
Palmetto Drug Co.
We are showing a beautiful line of
Rich Cut Class, Hand Fainted French
China and Gorhams Sterling Silver in
fancy odd pieces, suitable for wedding
presents. Our prices are always the
S. M. ? E. H. Wllkes At Co.
Piles Cured in 6 to H Day s
Your drugglM will refund money if VA7.C
OINTM1..NT lall? to o:ne nny cusp of Itching,
Blind, nice tin:; "i Protriidim;j>llefl InC t'? 14diu
The first application (riven Kit sc nmWKcst. f>'Jc
N. B. Dial - A. C Tonn
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys uf Low
Enterprise Hank Building, Laurens, S. C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Money to loan on Real Estate Long
Money to Loan
On improved farm lands
on long time and easy pay
ments at reasonable expense.
J. S. CRT?G,
Laurens, S. C.
To Cure n Cold In One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stops ihe
Cough and Headache awhyrforks off the Cold.
nruaaUtfl refund money fl it (alia, to euro
R, W. QROVQ'S ?ifr:inture on enih bor. 25c.
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prices. They save Ice and preserve food.
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A glance through our store offers many suggestions
in Jewelry of the reliable grade, pretty creations in tip
aft to-date Broaches, Necklaces, Lockets, Silver, Novelties,
^ Watches and Diamonds.
Phone 328-2 Rings
Reliable Jeweler Laurens, S. C.
Can be best obtained by selecting
your shoes from our complete stock.
We know that our shoes are dis
tinctly superior to most foot-wear
and you, too, will be convinced if
you permit us to show you our
FOR WOMEN! The May Man
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FOR MEN! The Keith & Pratt
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oy Parcels Post
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Into every particle <>i' the cream, making
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and delicacy, (I breaks records In speed?
makes perfect ice cream in 3 minutes.
Requires much less labor and uses less ice and
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