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.Mayor Olnreuoo M. li.ii>i>. who Is
serving -his Iii.-" tot Iii na ehiel' execu
tive of Iho city of I.nureti! . in reply io
tho direct (|ticHtion, stated to r pre
Keniat Ivo of Tho Adyortii er (in I Ii
on poolod to Iii) a candidate for Hu n ?
ciectlon in Hu? forthcoming Demo
cratic munlciiml primary which will
bo hold next Fehruary. .\i litis lime
no one especially has in en seriously
"monllonod" hh u probable contestant
for this honor. However, iho inter
veiling months may see several en
tries ior the nomination.
During Mayer Itnbh's administra
tion the < iiy lias made rapid strld.?
in eivli ami municipal linprovi moni
aad. while he is naturally desirous In
hnvo tho endorsement of Iho people
by giving hint another lehn, lie Is ei
pcclally ambitious to ;;et a r< nomina
tion In order to carry out further
contemplated Improvements in in.
W hj Colds are Dangerous.
llecauso you have coutracleil ordi
nary colds ami recovered from hem
without frealnienl ol any kind, ilo t
for a moment Imagine Dial ''old - i
not dangerous. KvoryoiiO know
that pneumonia aa l chronic catarrh
have their origin in a common cold,
Consumption is hot caused l>y a cold
hut the cold prepares Iho system for
tie reception and development <?r ih<
germs that would hot otherwise have
found lodgement. It is the same
with ait infectious diseases. Dlptlt
orla, sea riet fever, measles ami
w! ooping cough are inueli iiiore Iii
ly to he contracted when n child hai
a cold. Voll will see from this Hint
more real clanger lurks ii. a Cold than
in any other of Hie common ailments
The easiest and (pilokesl way to cure
n cold Is to lake Chnmboi'lnin'sCough
Remedy, The many rciuurknhl
cures oifcototl by this preparation
lUVVO made it (i staple article ol ll'nde
over n lare.e parj o.f" the world, i'o.
sal>> by Lautens Drug Company,
Marriage a! Owing >.
Cold i'oint, bei. ". i? l,rof. lohn i>
Hunter ill' this place ami Miss Mettle
|?J. I 'iituam wi re married Thun tiny at
the bride's hoiho in Owliigs, the \lcv,
T. T. Todd oDleialiilg. 'I he bride i
the daughter of \l i- a lid M rs, liluford
Putnam nud is very popular in liei
liome tow n. Kor the past fe\V year*:
she has hem engaged in teaching.
Pro?'. Hunter Is well known In liili
Section ami Ih principal of the .Mount
|?rof. and Mrs. Hunter reached here
Thursday aTld'HOon r.nd are receiving
the cordial good w In -? Of a score Ol
Mronomy In UUW,
I'ure I.Ill PCd Oil co: ' I hlltoll h - ;
sold from (lie harre] Hum II doe i put
up in tin cans as Mixed I'alid In (ho
lirst inslan - Viiit pay ''" e nts per
gallon in the : ? ? end I fill, N'pw
mix gallon* of puro l.in end Oil with
I gallons I.. & m. Taint and J Oil IlllVe.
ready for usr. * gallons Of the 1)0 I
paint made costing only $I.L'f> per rat
Ion. Done ia two InMiuili i.
.1. H. ? St. I-. Nash. Iiniireii
Clinton Pharmacy. (Mini hi
ft, m. I'a I n I Ageiui
Kl and I I.
Vim will dilti here the largest and
best line of every thing VOH nut> want
to furnish your house with at prices
you cannot duplicate a! any otlu r
Have \ou ..<>.? 11 iho extra rood cnl
that we haVn in every thing you wn
ill plnill While llishe;: at |i|'lc~ch' t!
will Intoresl you?
rt. M, & 10. II. VVIIkoH & Co
i ii u.\ i d vt ( ;<)ss hill.
!. \. Lulliric Loses Tenant Honst*
Oei -' ?. a few days ago
lioui ? of Mr. .1. a. Guthrie
burned, the house could uol be
.. d, and Mr. (.iuthric's dwelling, also
Mr lludd a .. and barn wen' in
groan dniii er. Mr. Uudd's house
1 i uii ion. The men of the
work" .i fall hl'Ull} and only ibo
v. i burned. M r. and M rs.
Guthi'l \\ i the people to know dal
? Mntieful for their prompt
und in i'?ic SSbi k.
Dr. i. W. Piusen has boon quite ili
'in' several days.
Miss Ithidoun Owens was over from
Co i ? irdny and Sunday. She
Itii i liar; ? of i lie school at thai place
leSwnin is visiting hoi
son i ... \. McSwaln in Newborr>
li< Kl lug Kccitnl Coin pu
ll .. mi evening of song and story
if al school auditorium
< )? lobe ; !il fh. II, I It reo ladies
who con ihe ( ompany conic high
Ij reeomnn nded as uiiists of ability.
M r. W. \i nidi ii has been on the
S'ck ii ii'- Is able lo bo out again.
Mrs \\ I?; iioycn left Saturday lb
? i H dr M rs. Sam Todd, near
Llgon <>!' Gr eon wood
In town t-'litifrday,
lo quickly check a cold, dtuggists
ii n 'li > en in) i \ rywhere, a clever
Cand> Cold Cur - Tablet called Pre
vent i< i event ies are also lino for
fov ish cliildl r>n. 'I nke Prevent ies
iii ' .?? , : tage, to head off a
cold. i ion of IS .>e. Pal mot to
: uk n \ i'm)\ v I. tickets,
Win tin People Will Vole for in Next
I iic.mlaj 's Lleellon.
There arc seven tickets in the field
fur Idem i i 1 vice- pro? idem of
11 . ; ?iati re pre lenllng i he
seven perl ies They riroi
Li na ? ? tic Wlllinni iL llryan. Ne
braska, president; .lohii W. Kein. In
diana, s Ico-prosidOnt.
ItOpuhiicuil ,\ illlam 11 Tall. Ohio,
president; James s. Sherman. New
, oi |< \ l< e-presidenl.
i'rohibilioli I'htgene W. Chafln, Il
linois, president; Aaron s. Wntklns,
obio. ?. ico-preaideni.
Snelullsl I'ngene V. Debs. Indiana,
president; Benjamin 11 an ford, New
Voi it \ lee-presldi bi.
People's i*?rlj Thomas K. Watson.
G otgln, ;? ? id. i,i . Rtimttel W. Wil
liams. Indiana. viCo president.
llMlCpeildeilce Part* Thomas 1.
Ilisgeu. Massachusetts, president:
lohn To muh* Craves. Georgia, vice
Soctiitlsf l,ubor 'Marlin II, Pros
Ion, president; Donald Monroe. Vir
? iulu, vice-president.
Pi kioii ivris nominated by the so
, i ilii i i ihbr parly. Owing lo his
Inability lb make n Ciimphlgn, Ito be*
ilij Confined iii jail ill Nevada on a
. i i d. i?, Augitsl Gllhans, of
> ? Voi'ki Vvilfl limned as his proxy.
Came SeilSOU Opens \m, L*>(||,
'I hi i" M some who are doubtless
iiii.'. ire Mud I ho game season opens
on NJovombor lofh and not on Ihe ist.
I; i ngiiii ? ' he la w in kill pat ridges.
Col, 0 L. ;Vhamper! of Nl wherry
hi n a.Infed specliil judge to
Irby, ihe would-be rapist of
irg. on Monday, November
im1 i i I i in the penitentiar for
Mr. 0, i: Sullivan spent Sunday in
iho > Hy with his parents.
A Card from .Mr. McGovtun.
Editor The Advertiser:
i wish to make a statement in re
gnrd to the confusion and mistakes
? hat have occurred in the names and
locations of tin- voting precincts for
tin* county of Laurens.
In 1900. by virtue oi a petition (hat
was forwarded to me by C. a. Power,
signed by a number of citizens in the
upper part of Hie county, l Introduced
into the Senate a hill which became
a law. with the following precincts:
Laurens Court house. Laurens Cotton
Mills, UeilUO, Langston's church. Ora.
Pleasant Mound. Voting's store, Stew
act's Store, Power, Cray Court. Dial's
Church, Sbiloh, Woodville, 'rumbling
Shoals, Brewerton, Daniel's Store.
Tip Top. Mount Pleasant. Cross Hill.
Moiintville, HopewelL Waterloo.
Lkoin. Clinton Cotton .Mills, Clinton.
Princeton, Watts .Mills, and Cook's
In 1907, a bill was introduced into
the house by the committee on privi
leges and elections, which came to the
Senate and was referred to the com
mittee on privileges and elections. I
recollect telling some member that
Laurens wanted no change In the
election products, and thai I wanted
the law to stand as I llxed it in 1906.
Now the Solicitor who dialled the bill.
Instead of looking at the Act of 1906
or Laurens. look the code of 1902 and
copied the names verbatim from that
volume, with the words added as fol
lows: "at T. T. Woods" after Brewor
lon ami Lauford Station and Clold
Vllle" at the end of the section.
When the bill was read the second
lime in the Senate, my attention was
not directed to the change mndo in
my bill of 1906. If my attention had
been directed to the Change, I would
have made the bill conform to my bill
of October, lime. it is possible that
I was not in the Senate chamber when
(he hill was passed. The mistake oc
curred in the committee on privileges
and elections by copying the wrong
Act for Laurens. The Solicitor drew
all ihe hills and "O. K." them before
they can be Introduced into either
house, and the Solicitor who drew this
bill certainly overlooked the late Act
on Ihe subject. I am sorry that the
mistake, confusion and inconvenience
(o Ihe people ha\e occurred, but I am
sure I ought not to be blamed for it.
lb" journals of the Senate show that
the Act of 1906 was my work, when I
put in Princeton, Stewart's Store.'
Cook's Store. ItenilO and Walts Mills,
and Clinton Cotton Mills.
In the Act of 1907, Princeton is left
out entirely; Cook's and Stewart's
Stores are left out and Parson's Store
inserted with Ihe addition of LaIIford
Station and Goldvillc. I thought it
proper to make this explanation as I
had been criticised for Hie mistake.
F. P. MoClowan.
I he San .lose Scale.
The San Jose (San Ho/ay? scale is
the most pernicious insect pest ot
fruit ami shade trees in South Caro
lina. In some sections the ownert
of the trees are culling III ein down
owing to the presence of this insect,
ihe division of entomology of the
South Carolina experiment station
has repeatedly emphasized the fact
In the press that there is no necessity
for cutting down or otherwise d,
stroylng a tree merely because it I?
infested with the San Jose scale un
less ihe tree is so far gone thai ii has
not enough vitality left to recover nf
ler the scale is killed. Although one
of the worst Insects in America, ii
has been demonstrated over and ovoi
again (hat the pest can be successful
ly ami economically controlled. Pr?ll
growers all over the Culled Slates
who are troubled with this pest are
controlling it by the sprays devised
for that purpose. All citizens o,
South Carolina, who have trees dylnj
or who know thai their trees are in
tested with scale, or who have tree!
in an unthrifty condition are invited
lo write to ihe division of ciltomol
ogy, South Carolina experiment stn
lion. Clemson College, s. 0. Infor
mation is Cheerfully given and im
postage is retpiirod to insure a reply.
\ Pleasant L'venb
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Power had lie
pleasure of entertaining at their hone
one day teisi week all the surviving
members of Judge Langston's family,
save one. Dr. w. ,i. Langst on; those
present being Mr. T. s Lnngslon. Mrs.
John IL Pinloy, Mrs. Henrietta Gun
nillghnm, Mrs. \. Madden and Mrs,
Eva S. Power, mother of the popular
Messrs. .lured D. Sullivan and John
P. Sloan, farm demonstration agouti
in Ibis county.left Sunday for Colutll
Ida lo attend a meeting of all those
agents in the State, and lo see Hie
I attract Ions of the Pair,
'Good morning." have you joined
the Renovating League? No a<1
Fires usually start in lumber rooms,
rubbish piles and lrash collections.
Gel rid of these and lessen Ihe fin
Mow about a good mattress for your
bed? You should have a good OU0 a
you spend about one-third of your
time in bed. that Is the kind you gel
if you bnv from
S. M. & F. II. Wllkes & Co.
THE THIRD ANNUAL
Georgia=Carolina Jf att
Will he Held at
A November the 2nd to 7th, Inclusive. &
%^ Come and see the Jr
More free Attractions than ever given by a Southern Fair
SOMETHING DOING ALL THE TIME I
A GIVE AT MIDWAY WITH BEST SHOWS
CHEAP RATES ON ALL RAILROADS.
C; RIO AT AIR5SIII1?
$4,200 (liven in Purses for
Trotting, Pacing and Running Races. &
Great Agricultural, Horticultural and Live Stock Exhibits.
Championship Football Game on Thursday, November j/L
,5th, between University of Georgia and Clemson College
For Further Information Address
FRANK E. BEANE, Secretary.
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.I.*xk ? In f|io oriental world a girl
novor sees her Intended husband until
?he is married. PIoss How oddl in
this part of the world B?0 BOldom sees
j him afterward ?Now York Globe.
P?l" Sure peel.
I have round llueklen'} Sriiicn
Salvo i'> i"' (ho proper thing Id it e
ii" sure foot, as well as for hciililiu
burns, sores, euis ami all manner ol
abrasions," writes Mr. W. Stone of
Ks i Poland. Maine. Ii i ihr proper
thine for piles too Tr> ii ' Sohl
under guarantee tit Laurens Dm?.
* o and Palmetto I inn- tores. .: ?<?
Out of t'ie Ordinary.
'Say," qtiorlctl IhO high bt'OWed man
ns ho entered 111? - drug < rnporlum,
"havo $*ou loghead's halm for bald
"No," replied the druggist, ''hut" -
"oh, yes," Interrupted the prospeo*
(IV? customer, "of course yoti luivo
: something Just ns good, bill t want
what i want. Seel"
"You aro mistaken, my frlond," said
the pill dispenser. "I haven't anything
just as good, hut 1 linvo something
that is far better."-Chlcnfi Sews
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