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your baking powder
of tartar or, on the o
Royal Baking P
cream of tartar, der!
adds to the food oni
Other baking pov
phosphate, both of
used as substitutes
because of their che
ness for low price.
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8 Local and Personal eLiaon. 8
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Mr. John A. Owings of Barksdale,
spent Tuesday here on business.
Miss Nellie Thompson spent the
week-end in the city with homefolks.
Mr. Gary. Thompson of Greenville,
was a visitor in the city Sunday.
Misses Brucie and Martha Owings
of the Anderson Female College spent
the week-end here with homefolks.
Mr. Edwin Moseley, who is attend
Ihg Wofford College, spent the week
end in the city with his parents.
Mrs. Earle M. Caine and little son
have returned home after spending the
past week in Columbia.
Cadets Herbert Sullivan and Ray
Taylor of. Clemson spent the week
end here with homefolks.
Mr. John L. Pitts of the Friendship
section, spent the day in town on Mon
Mr. Will F. Bolt was among the vis
itors here from the Rabun section last
Mr. W. I). Sullivan, Jr., came down
from his home at Tumbling Shoals
Alonday to spend the day.
Mr. William Mahaffey of the Eden
section was a visitor here for part of
the day on Monday.
Mr. Thad L. Knight, a resident of
the Sagetown section spent the day
here Monday on business.
Mr. John C. Abercrombie, who lives
in the Burnt Factory community, was
a visitor here the first of the week..
Mr. Zack -I. Tinsley was a visitor
here Monday. Mr. Tinsley lives at
Mr. Jones B. Bolter of the Hunni
cutt section spent Monday In town,
Mr. Maxie Patterson, who Is now
making his home ini Spartanburg,
spjent I he (lay here yesterday.
Mr. D. D. Peden of Gray Court Was
among the visitors here for part of
the day yesterday.
Mr. J. S. Craig of the Tylersville
section was a visitor here for the day
Mr. Jim M. Sumerell of Hickory
'Tavern spent part of the clay here on
Mr. Gile Sumerel, of Hickory Tav
ern, was a visitor in the city yester
Mr. WV. F. Medock from near Gray
Court was among the visitors in the
city during the past week.
Mr. P. M. Hellams of Gray Court,
was among the visitors hero for
.awhile last Friday.
Mrs. Gee. Reilly, of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
-and Mrs. A. G. Rembert, of Spartan
burg, are visiting Mrs. Cora C. Lucas.
Miss Mattie Dean, supervisor of ru
ral schools of Greenville county, spent
the week-end in the city with her sis
ter, Miss Sue Dean.
-Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Wilkes, of Nor
folk, Va., arrived in the city Monday to
visit Mr. W~filkes' brothers and sisters
Mrs. Walter H. Powell arrived in the
city yesterday from North Carolina to
spend some time as the guest of Mrs.
Rosa I. Caine and Mrs. Dial Gray.
Mr. Wilkes Dendy of Seneca who
is atending college at Clinton ran up
to Laurens and spent Saturday and
Sunday with friends.
Jane Blackwoll, the young child of
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Blackwell, was car
ried to Columbia Sunday for hospital
treatment, having henn very sick Sat
Miss Dorothy Hludgens, -who is at
tending Cokoer College, at Hartsville,
has been spending several days in the
city with her parents.
Miss Jeanetto Miller, a teacher ini
the city schools of Greenville, stopped
over Saturday on her return from the
teachers meeting~ in Columbia, to visit
the family of her sister, Mrs. J. G.
For the past severai days Messrs
*Milton A. Sullivan ,of Tumbling
abel to know whether
is made from cream
ther hand, from alum
owder is made from
ved from grapes, and
r wholesome qualities.
vders contain alum or
mineral origin, and
for cream' of tartar
juality and healthful
G POWDER CO.
Shoals and C. H. Flannigan of Lake
land, Fla., both Georgia Tech, stu
dents, have been here conducting an
efficiency test of the boilers of the
Laurens Cotton Mills.
Miss Maud Langston, of Laurens,
on her return trom the state teacher's
convention, stopped over for the week
end with her sister, Miss Ella Lang
ston, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M.
H. Wolk, Pomaria.-Newberry Ob
Miss Lillian Kibler, of the Laurens
high school faculty, spent the week
end at her home in Newberry. Miss
Lillian Salters, of Clinton, on her re
turn from the state meeting of teach
ers in Columbia, spent. the week-end
with Miss Kibler.-Newbery Observer.
Dr. J. M. Bearden spent several days
last week in Columbia, attending a
meeting of the Medical Reserve Corps
of the National Guard, in which he
ranks as first lieutenant.
Miss Helen Jones has returned from
Cartersville, Ga., where she went to
attend the marriage of her sister, Miss
i-tattle Jones and Dr. Harvey C. Hen.
derson, of Charlotte.
Rev. D. A. Jeffcoat, Mr. W. B. Mead
ows, Jr., and Rev. 13. W. Crouch were
among the visitors in Laurens during
the recent. revival meeting. They were
the guests of Mr. Charley McCravy
Mr. J. W. Todd made a business trip
to Greenwood, Abbeville and Donalds
Friday, returning the same day. This
was Mr. Todd's first visit to 'Donalds
since the city was a hamlet and he was
very much pleased with the evidence
of growth and progress there. He
spent several hours around the
'depoo" looking over the city and en
joying the pleasing atmosphere.
Gus Cunningham Wocord, the 12
year old body of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Wofford of Madden, came very near
losing his right eye when a stick or
stove woodl struck it. He wvas carriedl
at once to DrI. IHughes, wvho gave im
mediate treatment and holds out the
hope that the injury will not affect the
sigh. This is the second accident of
the kind that has happened in this
family in a short while.
Our fire insurance companies are
still among those present. Call on us.
Traynhiam & Todd.
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* Engagments and Marriages. *
Much interest Is attached here to
the announced marriage of Miss
Linda Thompson and Mr. Eugene Wat
son, of Anderson. Miss Thompson
has visited relatives here on different
occasions and is remembered as a
very attractive young lady.
The following invitations have been
received in Laurens:
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Edward Fleming
request the honour of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
Mr. William Cyrus Bailey
on Wednesday evening, April the vfth
at nine o'clockc
Reid 'Memorial 'Church
Immediately after the ceremony
Thirteen Hundred and Twenty-Four
Monte Sano Avenue
The bride is a niece of Dr. WV. S.
Becan, of the Presbyterian college
faculty, and is an accomplished and
attractive young lady, a member of one
of Augusta's most prominent families.
The groomi is a son of Mr. andl Mrs.
W. J. Bailey, of Clinton, and is asso
ciated with his father in various busi
Let us handle that fire insurance
policy of yours,
Traynham & Todd,
* - -a SOCIETY ,..... ...
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The Wednesday Club spent Wednes
day afternoon as the guest of Mrs. .
McD. Moore at her home on East Main
street. The program c'nr'rted of two
interesting papers, as follnws: "Born
ard Shaw," Mrs. P. A. Simpson; "The
Problem Novel", Mrs. L. R. Kerr.
Much of the time was spent discussing
the program for 1916-17. Several in
teresting subjects were suggested and
these were submitted to a committee
to select from. A delicious salad
course -was, served after tlte business
session. The members present were
Mesdames B. L. Parkinson, W. L.
Gray, J. H. Hicks, L. R. Kerr, J. D.
Watts, J. H. Sullivan, H. S. Black
well, C. H. Hicks, M. L. Smith, P. A.
Shpson, C. R. Moseley, Brooks Swy
gert, A. C. Todd and Miss Frances
Services at Baptist Church.
Dr. O. O. Fletcher of the Furman
University has accepted an invitation
to preach at the First Baptist church
next Sunday morning and evening. Dr.
Fletcher is well-known as one of the
South's leading educators and those
who hear him are assured of an ex
Meeting of U. D. C.
The J. B. Kershaw chapter, U. D. C.,
will meet with Mrs. J. S. Bennett
Tuesday afternoon, March 28th, at
3:30 o'cloc. As this meeting will com
memorate the birthday of Gen. Wade
Hampton, several speakers have been
asked to make talks and a full attend
ance is urged.
Mrs. Robt. Eichelberger,
Card of Thanks.
I wish to express my sincere thanks
to the voters of Laurens who support
ed me in the election and to assure
all others that I have no ill-feeling
toward them. I have no reason to
complain of any methods of my oppo
nent, but on the other hand wish to
commend him as conducting a clean
and frank campaign. My best wishes
are for the welfare of the city.
C. Ml. Babb.
MIr. Toml 'Cartwright, representing
the C. A. Reed Music House, of Ander
son, was among the business visitors
in the city yesterday.
Lot us furnish a nice Swing for
your porch, we have them from $2.90
.. M. & E. IH. WILKES & CO.
In spite of t
4$tomers the sarne
GET IT BY
FROM H. TERRY,
Chairs for Every Room
Two Solid Carloads Just Received
These goods were contracted for months ago, before
the advance in price. This means a
Saving to You of 20 to 25 per cent.
While they last you have the advantage of buying
at the old prices.
the frame is Rock Maple, Very Heavy, High Back, Steam Bent Rockers, seat and back
flof best Wooden Cane.' Other style Maple Rockers from $1.50 up. f
. We offer you a wide choice to select from at thisU
time, we are showing
64 styles Rockers for you to select from.
59styles Chairs for you to select from. N.
his showing includes all styles, woods and finishes.
Good taste and good quality have been combined in
tese to give you the best. I
DS.M. & E.H. Wilkes &Co.U
rt Fashion Features
HICH MAKE FOR ECONOMY
hie high prices elsewhere we are still offering our cus
old price in nearly every line. 6
New Spring Suits Beautiful Wash Goods
L ad i e, se e th e m ! T h y a re b ea t i es F i n e C i fo n a nd S e e d V o iles i n p re tty
and priced right..... .... 4.95 to 16.50 de(signs ;, yard..... .... .... .... .25
New Skirts * ". 27-iM\ererizdnati.standSheer
111/1- \- ie n p et rn e ein n
Everything that is new in Ski -ts, we st ripes 15e value' at.. ......... . .10
have them. Priced 1.00, 1.50 up t .98 27-inch Mercerized P'oplins, all colors
Waist Special 36"iili 'nererz~ i 15,al i;;os'i
The best qiuaity and the vcery latest at.... .... ............ .... .25
and most u-to-date styles in waists, 1 case Standard fApron Ginghams
you Will find here, priced 1.00, 2.00 7-2e kind at ............ .... .05
andl.... .... ........ .........2.50 M s newa
Dresses and Middies ve are showing the cleanest and
100 new Middies made of fine middy best brand of muslin underwear,
twill at ....C....s.... ....f.....50 cheises, night gowns, corset cov
Laces and Stickerie Braid s efs, do s a nd mini"ons. see
Good ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o tat n odq aiy h esbe ne aomtices.n
) 100 pieces new round thread laces, 10e
A grand assortmentL of oriental and 100 dIozen Ladies' Hose in black, white
shadow laces, all widths at 10c and and colors at a pair..... .. .10 and .15
up. . 50 dozen extra quality ribbed Iose in
36o-inch Nets and Allover Laces in black, tan and white at a pair .10 and .15
,w'hite, cream, eoru and gold at .25 to 1.00 20 dozen men 's Sox in all color's, splen
A big lot of stickerie Braid in white did quality at, a pair...10 and-.15
andl all colors at 100 piece; for' tim-. ht oosSeil
ming ginghams, etc. hit e tods Specia.
Sh00 " S *oo o ~ o o o o a o o ^ "" " * to "ole0 "r
Soes for Springtine 36-inch white Gabardine, extra quality
Daily arrivals keep our showing of Shoes at, yard...... .... .... .... .... .25
for spring replete with the newest of nov- ~36-inchi white honey-comb Skirting at4
elty creations. Models are so varied it is a yard..... .... .... .... .25 and .35
imnpossible to more t han hint, at what y.;ou Whli te P ionies ,widle or narrow wale,
may expect to fid. The man or woman at.......................15 to .35
I who wears our Shoes knows waht comn- 40-inch all Silk larquisette ..........50
Sort anial ulity mean. *We extend( a 40-inch wite VToil at.... .... .15 and .25
cordial invitation to you to inspect our Vine almiity Nainisook and Lonugeloth
line of new footwear, at, a yard .... .... .... .10 and .12 1-2
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