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NEW I XHIBiTS AT
THE STATE FAIB
October 26 to 30?Frrz a tor
one of the heal attractions itt Ha
state Kali- this year, which v. ill In
held hi Columbia beginning Monday,
()ctober 2Gth, and closing PrTdny. Octo
ber 30th. will !).? the Pl< Id Crop !?? i?a?'
ment. This now feature win prove ":
Interest lo every former in the Htnt<
It will h<- under the management ol
Prof, J. N. Hai per. Director of ih
Clemson ICxporlmenlul Station, who i
one of ih-- Pest agricultural < xporls In
tli<> smith. Professor Harper has per
sonally solicited the exhibits for this
department, and will arrange every
Ihing t<> advantage, li-- win bo as
slated by his who!.rpy of expert
associates, anil It will b< worth the trip
to the fair Just to ml!< to these expert
men ami get their Ideas on practical
(Memsen Coll. will have a bin ex
nii.il in this department, hut will nut
he allowcil lo compete with the hull
vitiual exhibits. Sum,- tine prlxcn will
ho awarded the farmers, Por Instance,
j:,o win be given Tor the largest yield
of corn In the acre, for the second
hrst. and cotton will have the mine
nniounl awarded for the besl yield i?e
acre. Dozens of other Interesting con
tests have been provided,
President Mobley, being a prnctlcal
stockman himself, is giving much in
tention lo this part oi the fair. Tin -
Will he more thoroughbreds shown than
ever before. The smlls have all been
renovated ;m>i the pure water from tin
city lias been connected, so that ih<
cattle and slock will be well taken
care of. This will be good news t->
hundreds of breeders who might otln i
wise have heal tilled lo send their Ilm I
to the fair. The poultry show bid I ih
to be a grand success this year. There
seems to be more interest in every de
partment, The management bellevi
this will be Ihe largest and best fair
ever held here. Information as i,< th.>
prizes will be cheerfully supplied by
President .lohn ?;. Mobley, or Secretary
A. \V. Love, :it < 'nlumhln, S. <'.
ROM II I'll AT II KARST MIOITKU.
The Soenllcil "RccoiK lllllltinu" lie.
tween Taft ami l-'o raker.
Washington. Oct. I - The smoke
has somewhat cleared away after tin
bomb dropped b> Hearst Into Ihe
camps of the two great political par
ties, ami the dead and woundctlluivc
been found to number considerably
fewer than at first supposed. Semi
tor Forakor's reply to the attacks
made upon him have gone a long
way to cause the beliof that the ef
fort has ben made to make of hill) a
scapegoat, because he was opposed
to Roosovoll and Taft, and was a very
strong opponent. It is firmly be
lieved that ?there are others.'' ami
that Poraker has been made lo suffer
almost alone when he should have
plenty of company.
The letter which Roosovoll made
public, showing that oil July 20, l!'07.
Taft refused to accept an indorsement
for the presidency coupled with an
Indorsement of Poraker for the Sen
ate, has shown some peculiar situa
tions III which Tnfl has been involved,
In that letter, written more than a
year ago. Mr. Toft said:
"in respect to one inquiry of yours
I wish to express myself with as
milCll emphasis as possible, that is.
whether I would object to a compro
mise resolution which shall include
an Indorsement of myself for the
presidency and Senator Foraker for
ihe Senntorshlp. In my judgment
it would he not only a grenl mistake
?something more. It would he ac
cepted necessarily as a compromise
on my behalf, ami therefore, with lay
acquiescence, or at least with the
acquiescence of my friends, for whose
action I am more or less responsible
It would totally misrepresent inj
On September of this year. Sena
tor Poraker ami candidate Taft met
publicly at Toledo, ami the meeting
was a prearranged "reconciliation
meeting," as given out by the Tuft
publicity people. A( thai mooting
Mr. Taft said:
"li Is a pleasure lo be here with
Senator Foraker. because, as gov
ernor, he gave me what was reall>
my first Chance, ami took a good de: i
of risk in puiting ;i man of twenty
nine years on the Supreme Court ol
Cincinnati. Wo are in a grenl eloc
tOlial campaign, ami it is a pfcastiri
to think that we are going to sti n<|
In the campaign, shoulder to shoulder,
with the tun strength of the Re i ih
I lean party"
And yet this was more than a year
after Mr. Tali hail refused to nCCept
an Indorsement which Involved
ply a resolution indorsing Poraker
for the Senate. lOvldentl.v Mr. Tiffl
forgot his scruples of a year ago
when he saw that j, WUH desirable In
have Mr. Porakcr's support in the
Campaign, ami it was only the Hoarsi
bomb thai revealed the situation.
It looks very much as If Taft has
an affliction common to candidates
he wants the office, any way ho Can
get it. T. II. D
Served as coffee, the new coffee
SUb8titUte known to grocers e\ >
where as Dr. SIlOOp's Health Colfoc
will trick even a coffee oxpCt't. Not
a grain of real coffee in it either.
Pure healthful toasted grains, malt,
nuts, etc, have been so cleverly
blended as to give a wonderful Rlilii
fyilig coffee taste and flavor. And it
Ih "made in a minute.' too! No lo
dlous 2u to30 minutes boiling *I'ost
it and ?ee. Dr. Sboop created Health
Coffee that the people might have a
genuine coffee, substitute , and one
that would be thoroughly satisfying
in evorv possible respect. Sohl ;,.
J. M. Phil pot.
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AMONG Tilt: RXCHANOES.
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Wrong in One Election.
Three old stagers in Laurens eounty,
who had been very successful before,
went down in 111 * ? second election, Duck
ott being beaten for sheriff l)y Owings,
Dm ro!i for auditor by McCravy, Watts
for coroner by Haireton, Todd was
elected to tho house over Sullivan.
New berry Observer.
Good News Por Grafters.
Good new-; has come for the dispen
sary grafters, From Richmond comes
the ugly news that the derision handed
down by United Slates circuit court of
appeals uph ?lds Judge Pritchard's ju
risdiction over South Carolina's dispen
sary case, Prilchard sustained through
It is understood tiial Attorney (Jen
oral Lyon and Mr. VV. P. Stevenson,
the special attorney of the dispensary
commission, will appeal the ease to the
United States supremo court.
The opinion was handed down by
Chief Justice Molvillo Kuller, sitting as
a member of the circuit court of ap
peal . ISdgclicId Chronicle.
Not l ew, hut Many.
Surely The Advertiser does not mean
to charge all newspapers with being
"iniluencod" in their editorial opinions
by "the sources of its support." We
thought there were at least a few that
stood on the high standard at least in
i the opinion of Tho Advertiser.- New
borry Herald nnd Nows.
In the Partner.
Prom votes turn your attention to
oats. That will pay you, not but what
you did your duty when you voted for
the best man. The voting is over; now
for oats. Carolina Spartan.
( liurcli ( inn in it (cos at Work,
in view of the annual conference of
Methodists to !><? held hero In Novem
!>?;?. the local ( lunch has decided to
make some improvements In the
church grounds and upon the building.
\ committee consisting of Messrs. ().
ii. Simmons, .1. J. Pluss and it. 13.
limy, was appointed to superintend
Ihis work; while Messrs. W. II. Dial.
J. I'', liolt mid J. L, Hopkins were ap
pointed to secure fluids to finance this
work. Roth committees have already
It Tastes Good and
the famous cod liver and
iron medicine, without oil.
Vinol is much better than
cod livor oil and emulsions,
because, while it contains all
the medicinal value they do,
it disagrees with no one.
As a body builder and
strength creator for old
people, delicate children,
after sickness, and for stub
born coughs and colds Vinol
I,aureus Drau < ??? bniirens, S. c.
State of South Carolina,
IN TUR PltOHATR COUHT.
I. O. c. Pluming, executor of the last
will and testament of Patrick B.
Browster, deceased, plaintiff, against
Lewis Urewster, Lustus Hrewster,
CJuy Kiln Urewster, Benjamin Harri
son Golden, Mnhon Golden, Browster
Golden, L. I). Golden, Orr Browster,
Kuta llrowster, Nannie Browster, ('.
Ii. Browstof, Lou Bell Urewster, John
Browster and Pat Browster, Arrah
Cold-n and Logon Golden, Dofen
dani . Summons for Belief,
To tho defendants, Lewis Browster,
I . tun Urewster, Guy Rlla Browster,
Benjamin Harrison Golden, Mahon
Golden, Urewster Golden, Ii. I). Gol
(I n, ()rr Browster, But a Browster,
Nannie Browster, C. II. Urewster,
Lou Bell Browster, John Browster
nnd I'a I Browster, Arrah Golden and
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer tho complaint in this
fiction, of which a copy is herewith
aervi d upon you, nnd to serve; a copy
of your atiSWCr to the said complaint
on the subscribers at their office at
I.aureus. South Carolina, within twenty
days after the sorvice hereof, exclusive
of the day of such Bcrvico; and if you
fail to answer the complaint within the
lim?' aforesaid, the plaintiff in this ac
tion will apply to the court for tin- re
lief demanded in the complaint.
hated Laurens, S. ('., March 26th,
A. I>. 190K
DIAL & TODD,
To the Defendants, Lustus Urewster,
Guy Ella Urewster and Mahon Gol
Take notice that the complaint in this
action, fogothor with the summons, of
which the tlbovo is a copy, was tiled in
tho office of the Court of Probate for
Laurens county, in the city of Laurens,
Stale of South Carolina,On the lititli
day of March. 1908,
bated Laurens. S. C, March 26th.
A. D. mow.
DIAL ,v TODD.
6-Ct Plaintiff's Attorneys.
Mr. Goodwin on Night Riding.
Dispatches in the daily papers of last
week regarding the threat of "night
riders" in Greenville county against the
operation of ginneries have caused no
little comment here, especially since the
Farmers' Union has been connected
with the story as probably being at the
bottom of the scheme to curtail the
amount of cotton ginned and put on the
market. In view of the interest mani
fested a number of representative men,
members of the Union, were called
upon for an opinion regarding the story
and the attitude of the Farmers' Union
towards such methods. Among those
seen wore Col. 0. P. Goodwin, former
ly president of the South Carolina divi
sion of the Union, and County Auditor
C. A. Power, an enthusiastic member
of the Union.
Mr. Goodwin, when asked his opinion
about the methods employed and the
probable connection of the Farmers'
Union with them, stated that to his
knowledge the organization had nothing
in the world to do with any such tactics.
"The Farmers' Union," said Mr. Good
win, "would not tolerate the like. It
would frown down such methods, even
though the object in view were good
I have just returned from a meeting of
t lie executive committee in Columbia
and nothing of the kind was oven men
tioned. Our Union has no connection
with any underhand work, and while, of
course, some bullhcudcd member of tin"
Union on his own responsibility might
have been implicated in that "night
riders" business the Union is not re
sponsible for it. 1 see some papers in
the West are attributing these things
to the Union, but as for this Slate I am
sure the accusation would bo untrue.''
Auditor Power was asked practically
the same questions and ins replies were
in substance the same as the opinions
expressed by Mr. Goodwin.
Big Supply of .Seed
Wheat. Barley, Rye
and Clover. All kinds
of clover seed, Crimson,
Red and Burr.
(?ct tlicin now at
"On the Bridge at .Midnight."
KlllUl and Oa/.zolo's $10,000 produc
tion of W. I., Roberts noted success,
"On the lirldge at Midnight." will till
an engagement hero Wednesday oven
lag, October 7th. It Will lie presented
elaborately and with a strong compn
ay, including some ( lever comedians
for the play is full of good fun be
sides being equipped with the great
bridge scene and other unusual soon
Ory. The intrinsic worth of this at
traction in contrast with cheap sonsfl
tionallsm, makes it one of the best and
audiences never fail to become absorb
ed in the story of the sigh Ii OSS mother.
Best qualities obtainable.
Winter or S
makes aol only one of the largest
yielding and best winter feed and
ibragO crops you can grow, but is
also ono ol the best of soit-lmprov.
eis, adding more nitrogen to the
soil than anyiother winter crop.
Wood's Descriptive Fall Cat
aloguo (fives, full information
about this valuahlo crop; also
^about all other
Farm 6 Garden Seeds
Pfor Fall planting. Catalogue
mailed free on request. Write
T. W. WOOD & SONS,
Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va.
Tetter, Salt ttlipum and ft /cma
\ie cutcd liy (linnilta rlrdnv Salvo pncnpj?lt< n?
lion o 'i<-\<> Ii,,' IdfUj mid laiiabig ?? iimUIoii
Bed Room Suits
Hade of Solid
Oak, beauti =
in different de=
with roll on
foot and head
carving to match, swell front
drawers in Dresserand Wash
stand and French plate mir
rors. This is the best line you
will find anywhere from which
you can select just what you want and at prices
that will be money saved for you if you will see
our line before you buy.
For Three Horses. 24 Inch Disc, Weight 610 Pounds.
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