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THE ONE (ikt,Ai v,a . iiX
OF SOUTH CAROLINIANS
The Statu Fair Thl Vcnr?-Oolohei
Tin- fortieth annual Slut ? Fid ;!i
be held at t 'olomhl i i hl >?< < >< min i
20-30, and it .; |,n ! p, !.. i| ,
groat -st stat.- Full* over Ii Id. Nu nmt
tor how iMil the ero|?H or how hurd tin
tinics. everybody goes to I ho Slate Fah
at Columbia. It hau hoen the custom
HOW tor n? .n ly ha';' a century, an.) it
will cvir continue >>> with crowds In
creasing i ich y< ar.
Tin- state Fair is 111 <- one (lino of i!,.
year that work inn I ? |iti| down .
everyone have a Ilm - fnl n
days. Old aei|ualntunees and I'c'allvi
meet at the Slate Fall tin .
t'ortunatc cn<,.ugh (o lei I el
during the >? nr. i Yi< nils mi i
and college men im i th .1 i-oil<
mates and renew friendships with ?.??>
?torlos o( Ihe good thin oi Ihe ,,-t.
This year the fair hold even inon
than that for South Cui ans. I,
Will ho inn le up of h< w exhibit t; ?
will leach the farinei . mi I
und Improvements ?!:.n mean money e ]
every OUC Of I '. n
The raei \. iU P.- tip. ? i v. i'
In the South, This I i ?
that the Fah- Association ;. ent? i
the Virginia-Carolina Circuit. Tin
stake lacs will brim; many of tin
country's very iinosi rae rs. The twi
football guides Will ilraw thousands oi
enthiiHlastle "i.Ii-i-s" from boili Hi
Columbia is In it. r ti;; 10 take i ar.
Of In-r masts than 0,4 r before, Will)
more hotel aci ? lom . Tin
roads will all p.,; mi ]?? . ? ,i !..:. .
usual. i\ i sldent .loim i '?. Mol : j?. ?
the Fair Assoet ilion, ha.- ??!'?
to j?<*t everything in shlp-shapo,
predicts the !: i . i . rov ! is
jory of tin- fall'
IV?) folds are Ihlllgcroa
Iloonusc you huve contracted i
nary cold;, and recovered frniii lie
without treatment ol tui> kind, -i" not
for a moment Imagine Dial colds are
not dangerous, I ]\ orydiie lnmv?
that inioumonhi i ml ehroiiie e?i
have their origin in a common en i
Consumption 1st not caused u> a <?<
but the cold prepares (he system
me reception and development of (!?
germs that would i.ilurwlsi lun
found lodgement. Ii I; san
wit h till in feel Ions disc: ? >? . ! >;, ?
eria. scarlet lever. m.?;?.-!? am
whooping cough an- much inn/o ! ?
ly to he contracted when a e itd na
e cold. Sou will see from this lion
moro real danger lurks in ?. cold tlutn
in tin) otiier of Ihe common ailments,
The easiest and t|ilickcKl w:t> in cure
a cold is lo lukc Chnmhorlhlu'sCougl
Itomody. Tin- many rcmarktthh
cures offocted by lllii preitiirutlon
have mad" it a \>', ? article of tri'.d
over a largt pari of ihe world, t-'oi
sale b.v Linnens I nie: Com pa , .
llOli'l bay In.e yott ?<? th extra
good Vaiiles thai we lia\ e in solid Olli
beautifully llnlshed lied loom siiil s.
in diu'ircnt designs at tnoti y saving
S. .',i & Ki II. Will;. : .v (*0,
[let ivnl.tloi Hum a' Mat,. Mil' ..
bast Sunday inoininj- a! /a vYatis
Mills I'a pi 1st church i ? i'l< s of re vi
\:-l services wits begun by ihe piistor
Uev, ('. \ ". Sailer. On Mondti) night
Itev. ('. Watsoli conducted iiie set'
vices, which w i\\ continue throughout
i he w cell undi r hht leadership.
t or ( in ?nie Diarrhoe i.
"While in tin- tirniy in I Nil;! I was
taken witii chronic diarrhoea." sayi
(jlOl V ' I. Fi I toil ol .-'Hit :1 < lilt! "I.
I'a. "i have since I ri- tl man., rohi
edles bi!' wiihoai nny porhiahi id r
lief until Mr. A. vV. Mil of thl.
pitic ! 1? rfitiaded tin to i r- < lianih
lain".-. Colic. ('hqlerii add ! i; rrj in i
Itetnedy, oiic bottle of a i i< '<? ? Idjipi
ii :.| eiie.." For nab baiin m
A pit in pre- ci'ipi |i>h i prlltfeil ll'jMil
each 2fiii Imx ->t l)r. Khoop's I'inl;
['.tin Tab)ein. Ask your do* tor i
druggist i?' cd- formula la not com
pit I,-. i i.-ad pains. \. dmnnly ; ;i i,,
pains anywliere tn-ian' rollet
Irma a I'ilik Dil III Tablet, i'alnien.
xir, I'l'iillicrstone lo Hold t'anrt
on Um recommendation of Chief
.1 iet lee Tope. < low Ausi I appointed
Hoti, <'. c Foal borst one of biuirens
lo preside :': spe< !a) Judge at Ihe
cairn leriii of court for Saluda count)
hegbiuillK Monday. Which wtis called
I,, jvj ihe negro Will llerrln, charged
with ilife ihardi r 61 a younw v\iiit"
I ill> Vcnrs a Itlacksinitli.
Saiiiuol If. VVorley of lllxburg. S'a.,
has been shooing horses for more
I)ii>ti hfiy yeal'rf. He Says: ('ham
heralln'ti I'ain litilni bus kIvoii tili
g|S at rcllol i i "in lame hack
rlioumalism. II tin- besi liniment
I ever used.'' l-'oi' sab- b.V l.aiireie
vvr OD'S GBED3.
Be ' qualltioq obtainable.
? Winter or 3
makes iiol only one of the Inrgosl*
. :,.l Im,/ and b0l.il '.\ llitcr teed and
i'orago crojM you can grow, bat is
also one of i lie i e t nl" SoibilnpiOV
( rs. adding more nitrogen lo the
noil than an) idlhoi iviuti r crop.
Wood'ji Descriptive Fall Cat
aloauo gives full hiformnlioii
ulmnli Uns vahiabl? crop; also
^a.ibout all other
F&fffi? Garden Seeds
? !,,,? Fall plantIntr. (^italoguo /
ff) ,| i. ion roqiu -i. Write /
Ti W- WOOD & mm, n
Beadsmen, - Rlobmoud Vn. (
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Stale <.f South Carolina.
County of Laurens.
Notice is hereby given tiiat the Gen
eral \: ? etl .11 Inr the State and County
Ollicet will be held at the voting pre
cincts . os< ribed by law in said Coun
ty, on Tuesday, November X, 1908,
said da\ being Tuesday following the
lirst Monday in November, as pre
sei ibed by law.
At the said election separate boxes
w>" oe provided at which qualified
electors will vote upon the adoption
or rej ction of an amendment to the
' iistilution, us provided in the
Ihg .lolnl !, solutions:
inl Resolution Proposing to
I Sect|ou V. Anlelo viii. of
Constitution. Relating to Munl
i>al Ihhidcd Indeht dness,
? 1 He il re olved by the (Joh
?.. . \ Stute of South
Carotin, following nmond
' litution of the State
' illnu i," submitted to the
M ' ?? ? oi ;ii<> Stale nt the
l ? l< lion for Representn
I If i innjoritji of ihe electors
i|lialilled 1 itO lor ineinhers oi' Ihe
General ihly vollug thereon shall
voii hi iii' oi' i ueh iiineiidmeut, ami
ii i i i|i ' v ni' eaeli hrntich of the Gen
eral Assembl;, shall, niter such elect
ion ml he fore mint her, ratify said
1 etl and nays, that
.. \rticln viii. relating to
'. : inilehti'duess, be amended by
nddl . nt the i ?>.! thereof the following
i . Provided, Thai lite lllniltil ions
Ii ? ?o . .i hj iiii- Sectio'' und by See
.. of > r| i X. oi i his Const Uli
Iiii ! n it i ppl\ io ho tided Indebl
in n i ;?. iho tow n of Onff
Couuty ol Cherokee, when
? ii said bonds ate applied
i anil ? xelualvcly for the build
ing, erecting, establishing, and main
nance of water work.-, electric light
or ? W< rage ?ysloiu, am". .vhere
in.' li.m of incurring mich Indobt
ihmltled to n . (|u; Iilied
? i. el ? ; I municipal y, as pro
1 <>ii i inn ion. upon the
i ' ndod Indebtedness.
? JTtli tiny of February,
loiiii Resolution Proposing to
I ii ml Si i : ion | of Ait lelo XIII of
i Con I Ulioil of the Stale of
Hi : Itelaliug to the Ofllco
of Ad.luianl and Inspector Ooneral.
i I. !!? il resolved by the
:?! inblj of the State of
io'.iih Carolina, 'linn the following
in lie. ni to ihe (Constitution of the
? ii South Carolina, be submitted
Iiii 11 lied electors of the state
? . nerul oleel ion for Rep
res iiiuilves, ?? i;| If a majority of the
? i? lli'.ed to vote for members
? I, tin .. ?! Assembly voting there
. ;< '1 I.' favor of suid amend
iionl, and ;> mujority of each branch
in' the (i 'i iraI Ssr.ombly shall after
'.i i '* i in! before another, rat
ify iin ? am >ndment by yeas and
iif Article XIII of the
( . i. f tho State of South Car
eh in io "Militia." he amend
i it b> . i'il Hg mil in the fust line the
.vord "anil Inspector"; so that ilu
; ?Ion, ns amended, shall read
'riic' iii i,e nn Adjutant General
?lei * t by Ihe iptalilled electors of
the Suite : i "!.<? name lime, and in the
! i i i'inner, as oll.er State ollicers,
ivlio i . 11 it ! ;? ? llrigndlor < leneral,
nid \. hoi ? tlui i> and coinpcnsalioti
shall lie ei.(I bj filW.
...si ion of adopt hip
: p. 0|)OS< d in tile lore
n'ug Set. ; '.ail ho submitted Io
! - , . follows: Those in favor
in tdui' id Hlihii deposit n bei
. .; \. i.' i . following w ords pliilniy
i ? written ill rebni "Consli
Mit!on:-.l Am miiucni to Section I of
Article XI' I. Veil ": an;! those opposed
0 said ' 'Out . : ::!l citSI a ballot
..iib i' lowing words pla Inly
;;i i c written i'. icon: "Conati
iliillii .;' I (i SeOl ion I of
Appro .' tile liuth day of February.
re shn'! be s . ? rule and -list I tic I
? ,. ... . n> i !i is elocl ion for
ii> follow) ii Honrs, In wli: < I I Cov
. ? t.hd I.Icutcmilil Governor; (2)
?tijoi' P.ihi 'V >rs; es? Circuit Solle
i i Stute Senator: (?"? i Member,
of in. I loin ..I Representatives; (til
County o ;i.,::-. on which Shall be
ilu- name or names of ihe person or
lei'SOl - \- I'd for as such ollieers. re
peel lvel> . und (lib OIllCo for which
they hi'0 votod.
lie fore Ihe hour llxbd for opening
. h?t polls Vittii4 c.ers and Clerks must
:;.i,c ami siilj nriho Ilm Constitutional
(ililli. The Cl itlrman of t he Don rd of
dniiiigor; ean administer the oath to
the oilier members and to the Clerk;
a Notary Public inttsl administer the
oath Iti the Chairman, The Managers
eleel I heir Chnirtnhii mid Clerk.
|*olls ni each voiin.^ place iniisl i>.
npeued ill o'c'ock a. in, nud closed
I 11 l i. clocli |>. ni except in Cue City
Hi' Churleslon, where they shall bo
iipenod ni ii in. and closed tit t'? i>. m.
i ii.- Mat ngers Imvi Hie power (o lili
;i vae:nn '. ami if none of the Maua
? rh ai lend Ilm eld/ens < an appoint
ilinn nlnong Hie (lUnltllod voters, the
M a lingers, who, afl -r lidlng sworn.
ean coi1 llUCI tin- clOClUlU.
AI lilt) close of I iio elect ion. Hie
Manager^ und Clerk must proceed
publicly io op. ii tli" ballot I om s and
count (lie ballot: Ihon in. und continue
without luljottrnnii nt until the same
Is completed, liutl n ahe a Btntomenl of
(he resiill I'tn' euch otllee und sign the
sumo. Within three days thereafter,
ii,.' Chtiirinan of ihe Hoard, or some
one designated by Ihe Hoard, must
delivi i '.. l!iC ComtnlsslOuers of hJlec
tIon Ihe poll list, ihe boxes containing
tin- bailor and Wflllen Htai i meiils of
i he ro> 'tits of the election
nniiiigei'n of cieciioii.
Tl foil owl ni! Malingers of ICIeellon
hn ? i.i uppolnled to bold the olec
lion ai Ii,.' various procllK'tS in the
Ht urens i '<iui i I Ioiih i l . W.
Vhomp on, M \. Knight. .1. SV. Snoddy
Oiiiiou i. P. Dillard, It. i'. Adnlr
ills p. \V. Dean, .losopit ii
; nyui . T ,\Vi I'iliaid.
I tin i on' ('I ii roll I' I.. i lotiiinn
,i Hoole, i;.I Todd,
Orn >> i: M< Cllntock, v .T. Illnke
i\ <>. !,. Hunter.
I'!. in urn Mound .i. c. Hurdeft, SV
C Marlin, C. |l ( ox.
^ oiim ' . Store SV. I*. Ilai ris. T. SV
Cannady, J. B. liigglns.
Parson's Store?A. H. Stowart. John j
Sloan. Cook Henderson.
Power V. A. White. It. C. Owing*.
,1. T. Stoddard.
Oray Court -C B. shell. i>. L.
Ijrgoks, li. /. Wilson.
Dial's Church i>. B. Codfre>. .1. II.
Curry. C. L. Owiugs.
Shlloh K. C. Wallace, W. II. Clray,
.1. II. Woln*.
Woodvllle J. K. Wham. W. It. Put
man. W. Ii. Abercromble.
Tumbling shoals -J. M. Wood, W.
I. Freeman. A. J. Monroe.
Drewerton, at T. T. Woods, bhigene
Simpson, .lohn W. Beeks, ISdward
Daniel's Store -B. L. lletldclSOIl,
L. S. Cooper. J. A. C. .Marlin.
Tip Top A. W. Sims. Kdgar Ander
son. .lames Bagwell.
Mount Pleasant lohn W. Fowler.
W. II. PltlSOn., .1. A. Smith.
Cross Hill?M. T. Simpson. 13. If.
Pinson, B. A. Wbarton.
Mountvllle?P. B. Richardson, Wil
liam Boyd, RI. H. Crisp.
1 lopewell?.1. .1. Young, Reeder Work
man. I). M. Williams
Waterloo?T. It. Anderson. .1. .M.
Smith. I.. I.. Dendy.
likom?M. 13. McDaniel.Sr., .1. D.
Terry, T. C. McDaniel.
I.anford Station .1. S. lliggins, 15.
w. Lanford, O. L. Lanford.
Ooldvllle .1. II. Davis, t;. A. Brown
big, Jr.. .1. V. Cray.
The Managers at each precinct
named above are requested to dele
gate one of their number lo secure
boxes and blanks for the election, at
ihe olllcc of the Clerk of Court, from
2dth October to 2nd November, inclu
C. D Barksdale.
A. C. Owings,
Commissioners of state and County
Ejections for Damons County. S. C.
October 3rd, I90S.
Can wo save you money? Come in
and see. We let you answer the ques
tion after you have seen through the
different lines we have to show you. I
No trouble to show you through our!
line at any time.
S. M. & I-:. II. Wilkcs & Co.
Pea Ridge Personals.
Pea Ridge, Oct. 12. A parly was
given at the home of Mr. C. 15. Sanders
hist Friday night.
Misses Ola and Bessie Blakoly and
Nora Bobo were guests of Miss E.
Malonc last Saturday evening.
Misses Dessie Slacklcy and Eliza Ma
lonc spent Saturday niglit with Miss
Mrs. Kugeno Rowland spent Sunday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Mrs. Leese Cunningham and Miss
Eunice Templeton were the guests of
Miss Neni Taylor Friday.
Prayer meeting service at Bellview
church was somewhat disturbed Sun
day night by a crowd of drunken boys.
Mrs. Mary Chapman spent Saturday
night and Sunday at Fountain Inn.
Heart strength, or Heart Weakness, means Nerve
Strength, or Nerve Weakness?nothing more. Pos
itively, not one weak heart In a hundred in. in It
self, actually dlitcused. It id almost always a
hidden tiny little nerve that really is all at mult.
This obscure norve? the. Cardiac, or Heart Nerve
?simply needs, and must have, more power, mom
stability, more controlling, more governing
strength. Without that the Heart must continue
to fall, and the stomach uno kidneys also have
those same controlling ner%-rs.
This clearly explains why os a medicine, Dr.
Bhoop'j Restorative has in the past done, so much
for wenk and ailing Hearts. Dr. Bhoop first sought
the caivso of all this painful, palpitating, suffocat
ing heart distress. Dr. fihoop's Restorative?this)
popular prescription?Is alono directed to those
weak tyid wasting Mire centers. It builds:
ItTstrcngthens: it ofte.rs real, genuine heart help.
If you would have strong Hearts, strong di
gestion, strengthen these Inorves? ro-ostabllsu
them us needed, with
PALMETTO DRUG CO.
?2 3-4 acres mar Warrior Crock
1 livery stable on Mill street.
The finest livery stable in the city
near the jail; very cheap and terms
85 acres nine miles from l.aurens C.
II., anil joins lands of .1. 1'. ( aldwell.
at a bargain.
110 and Hin acres (two tracts) on
Duncan creek in .lack's township, by
lands of Bailey, Kollingsworth, IMtts
and others, near Reno, a- ?X per acre.
Pino water-power wheat and corn
mill, 17J acres land and good tenant
house. Buy quick or you will lose a
62 acres 2k miles north of city $35.00
70 acres, joins land of A. A. Gar
02 8*4 acres near Tumbling Shoals,
good Improvements, at a bargain.
1!12 acres, a part of Met'ay place,
;U miles from city, on Clinton road.
Anderson & Blakely
West Main St.
[?AURRN8. S. C
Some Bargains in
?lW hc-USO ami lot in Sullivan St..
good six room house und the lot alone
containing about one ni re is almost
worth the money. Price $1.600.00.
A nice cottnge on Gnrlinglon Street.
Some nice buildiii}! Iota on the edgo
of town, six acres for onl} $1,000.00
Some bargains in nice building lots
and small farms, suitable for truck
farms, just beyond llio \. ills Mill, see
Us about these.
We also have sndi nice lurim: on our
list. See us if you waul Lo laly or sell
II. A. McIjUOI), Mgr. Heal Kslate
< Muco in Totld I luildinir,
In photographs frolu thi chca)
est t? the highest pricctl.
West Main Street
E ADY= MADE
At our store tire the <>i"
who sec thein. Style, fit and
reasonable prices are inal in*>
this department of our store
i very j?<>pul it.
$12.50 t<) $3 . 50
ami ir..i I vi i ? I -
\ Great lute Voile SI i
$6m to i,u.>>o
I Kiee line Ityu; ina
i 3 00 to .'
I)ea(tlait) .? ? I' i
.5.08 to 7.50
j Make yourself .it lioitu w illi
t^ VW ^V^'V^
Wo beg io iui noli n('o Um I \vo
now have Ii rornplolo slock oi
everything carried inoui' line
Have just receive '. I hi v ook,
sovoral car loijflsof liou/inoal,
grits, meal, lArd.ol ?. /tonn tn
bor! Wo iti'd hcnrhi
t Ix'sc fronds, find nr<
ti-iii i., si || you
at as low a price
ily will pcilnit.
J.5. /Wachen <Lv Co.
i..\i i;i:ns. s c.
I Start With a Dollar |
i Have a Bank Account I*
^gj It you have never transacted yotu l)usinessby means
of .1 bank account, we desire to have you come to
?L this hank and make your liist deposit.
?A* The first deposit may be as small as one dollar,
??? hut once you have slatted, yotu account will ??to\\
jf? much to your satisfaction, as well as ours. We *(}?
make it easy for you to have motte) in the hank Hh
we help you save. Hk
The Bank for Your Savings,
School Books, Blank Books,
Tablets, Slates, School Bags. A
full and complete line.
We carry Ledgers from i50
pages to 1000 pages. Day Books
i in same sixes. See our stock and
prices before you buy.
? Co. I
No new Hands at the J
L?_m_ ( PN
We have <>n hand fresh from the long-It af
piney woods the best line of Siding, Ceil
ing and rlooping ever brought to Lauren 7Jjj
.fa for the money?from $1 l<> $2.50. Call 1-u
and sec us on this subject and see the ma
in tcrial and we can size you up in both (put!- Gjfi
*2 ity and prices. For lime, hard plaster,
\ cement, laths, shingles, paryoid Uooling, *\
\ sash, doors and blinds, call to see us and \
.b we can satisfy yo? also.
We thank our friends of e\vr\, race
35j and color for their patronage in the p;
iP and hope to merit your continued favoi -j'
v* Respectfully, S
i| H. E. Gray & Son J
f 11 k e
Do you sell cotton ?
Do you sell cotton seed ?
Do you hire cotton pickers ?
If so, c all and e,el one of Olli Cotton Manu I
a valuable book !"<>v cotton producers .Mid
They are P'RlvK and we waul i" distribute
them, s?) do not hesitate to come in and ?t<
Laurens, S. C.