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I. A1 KK\S, S. C, APRIL JO. 1010.
Tili: PITY'S UURNTM.
Today I born is assembled within tho
fair city of Laurona a distinguished
body of men. mi assembly roprouenl
lug one of tbo highest lltld noblest pro
fosslons Known to uutuklud and Iho
Bclenttllc world, Tbo members of tho
South Carolina Medical association
arc bore for Iho sixty hocoiuI annual
session of the society They come
from almost every town and Uamlot in
the Stat.f. There ihoy represent the
best sentiment and highest eltlxon
ship, in every movement for the bei
torment of the community's welfare,
in every undertaking thai appeals to
public spirit, these men are read> at
all times to 00 operate
Who Is Is thai does not respect and
love tho "family physician" as no oth
er person In tho entire community?
ills Influence Is equal In many in
stances to that of the minister, and
ho Is looked Upon as one of the really
big men of t he count r>
Members of the State Medical asso
??tation. you are welcome, thrice wol
come t,o ?Mit little ut>. and nn?> youi
stay bo pleasant
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HIGH M 11001 UO\>' ( ON 1 KM.
The boys' oratorical contest, despite
the fact that it follows right upon the
close of tho doctors' convention, i> go
lug to be an event of the week. The
school auditorium will doubtless be
taxed to its full seating rapacity, for
there will be present many frisnds of
the different contestants, representing
almost ovorj school in the county.
Might young men arc to contest for
the beautiful medal Which is to be pre
Boated by Superintendent of Educa
tion IMtts Tins medal is on exhibi
tion at Fleming Bros and he who wins
it is to be congratulated in advance.
The speakers are .lease Wolff of Shi
loh. Ferdinand Jacob* of Clinton. Phil
Huff of l aurons. Bunne Parrot! Of
Cross HUI, Clyde Curry of Green Fond.
Charles Garrison of Gray Court, Heb
ert Thornton of MountTtlle, l^ngdon
Long of Waterloo, The Judges for
this occasion are Re? B H Crier of
Ora. l>r, M K Alken of I .aureus Prof.
11 Ik Dominick of Fountain Inn, Re?
J r> Green of Greenwood, Hon u a
iVoper of ijiureaa
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wori.n rvntoiB platforms.
One of the speakers an the occasion
of the Jefferson Day dinner, give* i?
Washington Wednesday aight. w*?
Senator Thou r Gore of Oklahoma.
Who, In speaking to (ha subject, "Ab
solute Acquiescence," aatd in reference
to the congressional and national Dem
OCratio platforms yet to be written:
? If 1 had the power, at 1 ought to
have, of wilting the congressional
platform this year and of drafting the
national pint form two years hence. 1
would condense and compress them
ItltO a dOKCU words, to Wit: Less tariff,
more trade free shtps, no trusts, no
graft, no Taft," These, he said, might
be condensed Into two words. "Less
tariff." The Payno-Aldrlch law, he
said, "ought to bring revenue Into the
treasury of the government; It leaves
little revenue in the hands of tho peo
e ? ?
M v\\i\?; WON'T Kl V
The candidacy of the lion Richard
t. Manning of Sunuer for the gover
norshlp this ycai has been very gen
?rally regarded as a certainty, but
according to an Interview given out
Monday afternoon he h:\s decided not
to enter the race Four > ears ago
Mr Manning made the race for go\er
nor. hexing for his opponents a cum
ber of able and well trained campaign
ers. He conducted ??'s campaign on
a hlRh plane, and In the first primary
he w as placed In the second race with
the Hon. Martin F. Ansel, receiving
In the finals a very fine vote He la
a most excellent gentleman, a man of
proved ability, and had he entered the
Hats he would h.'.ve made a formidable
candidate for the gubernatorial nomi
nation In next summer's primaries.
? ? ?
While the action of Got Patterson
of Tennessee in granting a pardon to
CVd. Cooper was attended with many
extraordinary circumstances and the
act its??lf the eiercise of a partisan
eiicf cxacative, man killers ou???de of
Tennessee have been allowed to go
? ? ?
A citizen of a neighboring town who
has occasion to visit teuren* at fre
quent Intervals Is authority for the
statement to th? effect that he har not
observed an Intoxicated peraon here
thin year, not even on Saturday aftar
nooilfl ami evenings, whereas, not In
(In- very dlNiiuu pnnt It wns a pretty
coininon sight. Tim testimony of those
who 11 vt? hero, If It were given, would
ho CorroboratlVO In the main as to
those conditions, Nevertheless, though
tigering and tippling and consequent
drunkotioss have been minimized, one
must not suppose Tor a moment that
lhi? drink evil has been entirely elim
inated or banished.
? ? ?
We are hard to please?that Is some
people In other towns appear to be. j
Tho Southern Railway has Just set
aside $M.0O0 for a new depot at Rock j
lllll. yet the mayor of the town, we nro
told, Is trying to persuade the railroad
peoplo to make the appropriation even
? ? ?
May the sojourn In I,aureus of the
diagnosticians bo one delightful thing
? ? ?
That this week is a propitious season
to plant cotton is evidenced by the
Conspicuous absence o' oar farmer
friends from the or. >
? ? ?
The Uev, Mr Wakefleld who arrives
today for the meeting is regarded
as a preacher and revivalist of ex
traordinary ability. The ser\ ices
now in progress at the First Baptist
church should be attended by every
one who can possibly do so The hours
of sor\ ice have been arranged con
veniently for all it would seem without
Conflicting with other meetings of the
?-^5^^^^v^5^^5^: ^^^^^^ N
man school notfs. ?
During the absence of Miss l.aurr.
Rarksdale In Charleston and Spartan
burg, her place was acceptably filled
by Miss Wlllou Gray
Beginning on last Thursday morn
ing sctiool opens at S:80 o'clock.
The reg lar monthly examinations
begin on *? idny. Only one more month
Tho pupils of the tenth grade are
very busy now selecting essays for
commencement. All of the pupils have
one to write and four or five of the
best or.es will be read at the closing
Tho tenth grade will get out one
week earlier, to prepare for the clos
The Cslhoun Literary society met
in the chapel of the graded school on
Friday. April IS. An Interesting pro
gramme was carried out. After the
programme was completed, it was de
cided to hold the declaimers' and es
eayietn contest or u?r t. instead > f
April lft. as was intended.
IVon't forget the County Oratorical
contest to be held in the school audi
torium Friday nigh!
Seaior class ef?.o*rs - President.
William McGowan; vice president.
Disk Fuller, ?eoretanr. Miss Emma j
Cooper; treasurer. Robart Roper; cor
respondent, ?amuel Austin
tfeaaed With tke Bfehep's 5ers?en.
Editor Tha AdTartteer -Several
yaar* ago I read is the Charleston
Newa & Courier a sermon of Bishop
Quarry's. I wn> ?o impressed with that
sermon that I resolved that if I ever
had the opportunity to l.e.r the Riship
I would gladly avail myself of that
pleasure I r.ever had that pleasure,
until the night of the 14th inst. when
I hoard this man of Cod deliver one
of his forceful sermons, in his own
peculiarly fascinating way. In r.iy esti
mation, the Bishop is a great man.
chocked full of good old common hard
Sense, and free from all "Bigotry" and
Style. As l listened to the truths de
livered and the kind allusion to other
denominations and the speaker's will
ingness to accept the good deeds of all
others that are helpful to the upbuild
ing of humanity, and especially .of
all churches that he could see the
Cross behind. 1 wondered what the
fascination was that made nie eager to
hoar tho next words cf the speaker.
Directly behind the Bishop, from
Where 1 sat. 1 noticed a large Cross,
in tho back of the church. There was
the secret: The Oror-s behind the man.
While 1 was most eagerly impressed
with the ser\loes. 1 was greatly dis
appointed at tho seeming lack of in
terest, shown by the town people, when
such a man as Bishop GUSfry is to
preach. 1 believe I heard something
about a negro minstrel being in town
that night also.
1 was glad to note among the vis
itors that the methodists dominated,
there being two stewards, one a prom
tnrV. banker ard his good wife and the
wife of another steward and several
others present 1 am glad 1 heard the
Bishop and w ish he would conic offen
Ijiurenr April 1*
We have a small quantity of Colum
bia Cylinder Records to offer at loot*.
*aeh. also a lot of single face Colurn
a If? Inch Disc Record* at 40 cts.,
Cs> full line of Column* Taking
Machine* at attraetbve price*
S. M a & H, w ilkes * Co
LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION.
Mr. A. L. Adams of I'nlon spent Sun
: day In the city.
j Messrs J. H. Turner and W. P. Ward,
formerly connected with tho mills of
Laurens ns bosses, were In the city
Saturday, coming through In automo
bile from Greenville.
Mrs. J. C. Purcell and sister. Miss
Pound were the guests of Mrs. Samuel
F. McCants for the Spartanburg Music
Edwin Lucas spent Sunday with
his mother Mrs. W. B. Lucas return
ing Monday to Wofford college.
Mr. 13. L. Parkinson and Mr. T. C.
Montgomery went to Spartanburg Fri
Mr. William O. Harksdale. son of '
Mr. and Mrs. Down Harksdale. who for
a year or more has been train dis
patcber for the C. & W. C. railroad
at Spartanburg. has been promoted to
the position of chief clerk In the Spar
Mr Joe". Wood ot GrotawocKl was In
town Monday on tits Way fK>*i? * ?istt
to his daughter Mm. M*\o
near Fouv.;a 1? lau
Mr K 0 Or*? Mr Vat. Wttsvc
and Mr P K Sy-a;: a'sv w**t Sr-j.
tan nur? PrfcJaj - r.c r v- V(
son * car to aiteoa law ooxK-rr; ar..-.
Mr* Roben stmi of Ohw.f
beer, the gv.es; for the r?*s; ?week of
her par- l Mr and Mr* R Bur
Mr A C To.'..5, now oeci . ie* officos
S and < or. the sooond floor of tb>
Rnterrtrise bar.k building having mov
ed into his r.c? quarter* during the
Mrs Alice M Y.::rs and daughter
of Goldvttle, after spending a fe? da? s
In Laurens. hr,v? crr.i to Spartanburg
to * isit relatives
Mr R H, Young attended the vete
rans' reunion at Durbin last Saturday.
Messrs Sullivan and liowe-, the rural
police officers, are now in the class ol
tho "finest." having appearod a few
day? ago in their handsome new uni
Mr .i.V. Hanvptoivof Gastonia, N C.
ppei : a few days In the city last week
with friends and relatives.
Mr and Mrs. John C Boyd spent
Saturday night and Sunday with Mr
ar.,1 Mrs. J. M, Monroe near Goldvllle.
Or and Mrs. W. B Smith and child
ren. Gladys and Robert of Dillon are
at the home of Rev. W. A Clark on
Mr. Arthur Lockwood of Waterloo,
for some time connected with The
Advertiser, leaves today for Galveston,
Tex., where he mill be engaged In a
a newspaper office with his brother.
Mr Norwood Lockwood who ha? been
in that city 6ince last September.
Rev E C Watson returned Monday
from a vieit to Mr? Wats< n who is
under special treatment at the Colum
bia hospital. On Saturday she suf
fered a alight relapse, but soon rallied
and continue* to improve though flow
Mr* Mary Holcombe, mother of
M:i E C. Watson, has been critically
ill at tb? home of her daughter dur
ing ta? week.
Mr Id*in Mealook and Dr Jesse
Tearua waat out Monday to sea tha
farmer ? fatker. Mr W. T. Medleck
who 1? Quit* sick at kis kamt ia Dials
tew a 6 kip.
Measra H. Tarry. W. P Taamasaa.
.'r. ana Cha* K. Tawpleteu are at
Gaffncy atteaaiag tha aanual neeting
of tka giat? Cauneil. Juaios Order
Ca,tar. Annariaan Maekanres
Measrs Jne. T. Gray ana I* T Hal
lams of Gray Conrt wara la the city
yesterday en busiae?s.
l>#ry family and especially these
who reside in the country should be
provided at all times with a bottle c*
Chamberlain's Liniment- There is no
telling when it may be wanted in case
Of an accident or emergency. It is
most excellent in ail cases of rheuma
tism sprains and bruises. Sold by
Laurens Drug Co.
A regular communication of Palmet
to lodge. No. A F. M., will be held
Friday night in Masonic Temple.
Your tongue is coated.
Your breath is foul.
Headaches come ar.d go.
These symptoms show that your
stomach is the trouble. To remove the
cause is the first thing, ar.d Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will
do that. Easy to take and most effec
tive. Sold by Laurens Drug Co.
Mrs. Tedd to Speak.
Mrs S C. Todd. who has recently
returned from China, will speak at the
Second Methodist church next Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock.
L. k M. YarnUh Stain.
Vse It to renew and make entirely
new?old worn out chairs and old
furniture. You can varnish a chair
in thirty minutes, and make it as good
as new. Directions on each can. Sold
by .1 H. * M. L Nash. Laurens; 3. W.
Copelnnd A Co.. Clinton.
W. 0. IT. 1'nveillnr.
Sunday afternoon at the Laurens
mill cemetery the Woodmen of the
World unvriled the monument r**cext
ly erected to the memory of tbe late
John R. Fuller, Mr. C. A. Power offi
ciating as master of ceremonies.. Quite
a large cempany of lOYttr?gM a-od
friends ?wer? preaeat for the axercise*
which ware held at i o'eloek.
Prompt relief la all cases of throat
and lung trouble if you use Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. Pleasant to
take, soothing and healing in effect.
Sold by Laurens Drug Co.
TO ADDRESS SUNDAY SCHOOL.
Mr. Smyth Accepts Invitation to Speak
Clinton. April 17.?Mr. J. A. Smyth
of Laurens hns accepted an Invitation
to deliver on nddress for tho Frcsby
terlnn Sunday school the second S<un
dny in May.
Tho Rev. W. A. M. Plnxco, formerly
pastor of tho Associate Reform Pres
byterian church here, and now en
gaged In pastoral labors in Florida, is
visiting in Clonton and conducting a
series of meetings which begins todny
and continues through the Sabbath.
Mr Plnxco has many friends here who
nre enjoying his visit.
The matrons from the Connie Max
well orphanage at Greenwood visited
tho Thornwell orphanage last week,
Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. White, Miss Hud
gens, and Miss Irby. They expressed
themselves as delighted with their
visit and their hostesses enjoyed It
squally. They were entertnincd at tea
by Dr. Jacobs on Thursday and the
X( sses Burgess and Mrs. Hood lnvlt
fd all the matrons of the institution to
>rmal morning party in their
hcacu on Friday.
The Call of the Blood
for purlficatktn finds voice in pimples.
:> .- sallo* complexion, a jaundiced
look moth patches and blotches on the
sV... * signs Of liver trouble. But
D: krc> New Life Pills make rich
red I looi give clear skin, rosy cheeks.
*:.-: complexion, health Try them,
at Laurens Drug Co. and Palmetto
OUR SPBCUL NOTICES. |
Je? Rides -Th? Parks Auto Service:
r.fw es".' cariul drivers; good service.
Phone If day; ITS night SS-lt
The Bjrdvillf Dairy and Stock farm
has purchased S *rj,? Tennessee Black
Jack He ;> ready for service at the
farm fe< $12 f>0 Insured. Phone No.
10 W D Byrd & Son, Pro;- . Laurens,
S C, R. F. D. 8, tf
Per Sale?A good horse cheap. Ap
ply to S. G. McDaniel. Laurens. S. C.
For Sale?Thorough-bred Poland
China pigs for breeding purposes
$15.00 per pair, $5 00 each. Apply P. B.
Bailey, route 8, l?aurens. S. C. S?; JJt
For Sale?Corn Stover. 51?.0-"- ton.
also wheat straw for sale. Apply to
P. B. Bailey. Route o. Laurens, S. C.
Tin Roofing? By the best tin shop
in the country. We put on the kind
that is best and that will last the long
est. We put them on right and guar
antee them l'ivver Bros, sheet metal
workers. Laurens, S. C iS-lt
Ice Boxes?The kind that save one
third of your ice money. Price from
$4.0e to |9.00. Wa w?nt the ladies to
see these boxes DiTTer Bros aheet
metal workers. Laurens. P. C SS-U
Tkc Parks Ante Serrk-e?for rapid
transit for business or pleasure. Rate?
reasonable. Phone 16 day: ITS night
S. Feliakeff is making soma vary
attractiTe prices en his aaw aai tip
te-aate goods thia weak. *?e hefera
you buy elsewhere. Kext te pewtefflee
A Letter Fran Far*.
Belag a coBStaat reader an* admirer
ef The Adrertieer. I deeire *? ?sy s
few words for Eden. Oottea plantinc
Is ia full swing thl* week. The rain*
came at a good time. The farmer*
h*T* prepared their lands uau*ually
well. Been pretty dry for email grata
and the gardens. However, it ha* not
had any effect on candidates, for they
are beginning to appear in many plac
es now. Hope they will have a happy
campaign and all get elected.
Another crop that is pretty promis
ing in Eden is the chicken crop. The
ladies have had fine luck so far. One
cood housewife claims that she s- i
n hen on nineteen eggs and got twen
ty chicks. Now that's pretty good.
Well, here's something a little differ
ent- W'e had a hand in our employ
ar.d had him plowing some days ago.
He and the mule fell out and the plow,
man got to slashing and abusing the
animal, using some unprintable lan
cuage. Presently the mule handed the
man a pretty keen blow with its left
hind foot and knocked him over. 1
: ame up about this time and found
that he was not seriously hurt. I ad
ised the fellow that hereafter when
he had anything bad to say to the
mule not to go behind his back but
say it to his face
Eder. is prosper.?us. Our merchant*
keep tolerably busy.
Mrs Sallie Bradley of Friendship
i* visiting ter sister. Mrs. J. I- Ma
Mr* J. C. He'.lams who has been
very sick i* greaUy improved.
P. !i. In my next ! ?hall tell how
I got the name of "Slick."
Pitts bars k Atlantic City Tests.
Ten* made under the supervision of
?re patnt^r* association, proved that
! paint mads with metal Zinc Oxids
toasld^ad *ii'u wiiii* l-*? *m ?upe
rioT la lasting quality, to hand mad*
rure White Lead Paint- This won s
great victory for scientific-mach tnsry
made L A- M. Pa'nt Every color ie
bright and lasting and won't need re
newal for 12 to 15 year*. It wear* and
covers like gold.
Sold by J. H a M L Nnsh. Lauren*;
J. W. Copeland * Co.. Clinton.
For The Legislature.
At the request of friends I hereby
announce myself a cundldate for the
House of Representatives and promise
to nblde by the result of the Demo
cratic primary election. W. R. RICH 10Y
I am a candidate for reelection to
the house of representatives from Lau
rens county, and hereby pledge my
self to abide the result of the Demo
JARED D. SULLIVAN.
Far Ceaaty Treanarer.
I respectfully announce myself as
a candidate for reelection to the office
of county treasurer, pledging myself
to abide by the result of the Demo
cratic primary election. J. D. MOCK.
1 hereby announce myself as a can
didate for reelection to the office of
supervisor of Lnurens county, subject
to all the rules and regulations of the
Democratic primary. If elected I
shall endeavor to render faithful ser
vice. Respectfully H. B. HUMBERT.
For Ceaity UawmlsKioacr.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
reelection as a member of the board of
county commissioners. Hubject to the
rules of the Democratic primary.
T. Mc. ROPER.
For Coanty Auditor.
I am a candidate for the office of;
auditor for l*aurens county, my nomi
nation being subject to the rules of j
tht Democratic primary election.
W. T. DORROH.
For Superintendent of Education*
1 hereby announce myself as a can-1
didate for reelection to the office of!
county superintendent of education
of Laurens county, subject to the rules
of the Democratic primary.
GEO. L. PITTS.
For Fro hate Judge.
We are authorized to announce the
name of O. G. Thompson as a candi
date for the ollice of Probate .liidge.
subject to the r Ves of the Democratic
(Continued from page one.)
has ever occurred to mar the pleasure
of the day. and at Durbin on Saturday
everything conspired to make the oc
casion pleasant and one not soon to
Ixmg will the remnant of these com
panies tall of whom volunteered or
nlisted from this same territory?the
upper batalion of the 41st regiment
of S\ C. militia remember Durbin and
her good people.
Another visitor and one of the first
"Briars" who should have personal
mention is Sim Thaxton of GefTdey.
He regretted as did his comrades that
a brothar, Ray Thaxton was prevented
from attending by sickness.
After the adoption of reeolrtions,
ike chairman was instructed to name
a con raittee of three on time and place
of next maeting. and with a song by
the choir, tke meeting was closed with
prayer offered ky tha Rev. Mr. JUch
Whareee. siaaa eur last aaanal rell
; eat, aur raaks kava keea further 4a
1 pitted ky tha death of Comrades A. R
i Btedtard. and M. B. Owing*, mt Ca. "G"
Itrd rtea*.; Bea)amln F. Martin aad
: K. O. Taemes Co. "!' 14th ?a?t; and
Maneil Owaae. and J. R. Fewlar. Co.
TB", 3rd Battalion, wko kava eressed
tha aarrow confines that divide ours
from tke camping ground of tha Im
mortal hosts who have preceded us
in eternity. Therefore be It resolved:
1. That, moved by the inherent prin
ciple of the human heart, that Is co
existent with life Itself, which has
prompted men in all ages to Immor
talize their heroes, and to perpetuate
the memory of those who were held
dear in life, we have put on record our
attestations to the courage, fortitude
devotion, and soldierly bearing of our
2. Worn, wearied, footsore and ex
hausted with the seemingly endless
struggle of this earthly warfare, sick
and wounded from the inevitable
struggles that ever beset us In peace
as in war. yet by faith peering through
the mists that partially obscure mor
tal vision. Into the promised land, they
have fallen by the wayside and are
but resting in the long death-sleep of
the hosts of earth, freed from sickness
and wounds, no more to be aroused
? by rumors of the foes advance, the
. clash of bayonet in the deadly breach,
nor war's dread clamors, but to rest
in sweet peace until the morning re
vielle of the resurrection shall sum
mon the slumbering armies of earth
; to greet the great Conqueror.
! Bring garlands of remembrance hither.
"With tear-drops wet.
Better that armies and hearts should
Than these forgot
5. Im.wing in submission to tha de
cree* of our heavenly Father, we ax
tend slncereet aympathy to the fami
lies and friends of our departed com
That a copy of these resolutions be
forwarded to ??e county papers and
to the Woodruff News A Herald with
request that they be published.
(For the full account of the Briar's
1 reunion. The Advertiser is indebted to
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PRECINCT CLUB MEETINGS.
Pursuant to the call of tho county
chairman, Dials Township Democratic
club will meet for reoganizntion Sat
urday, April 23, at 3 o'clock.
JOHN S. WOLFF, Chairman.
Luureas Club No. 1.
Laurens township Democratic club
No. 1 is hereby called to meet for the
purpose of reorganizing at 3 o'clock,
Saturday afternoon, April, 23.
JOHN B. BROOKS, Chairman.
Members of tho Cross Hill Demo
cratic club will please assemble nt.
the usual place of meeting Saturday
afternoon. April 23 at 3 o'clock.
M. T. SIMPSON. Chairman.
Laarens Township No. 2.
For the purpose of reoganizing,
electing delegates to the county con
vention Laurens township Democrat is
club No. 2. will meet in the court
house Saturday afternoon, April 23, at
THOS. R. ORF.WS Chairman.
Laurens Cotton Mills.
The Laurens mill club will meet
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock to
reoganize and elect delegates to coun
E. A. SLOAN. Chairman.
The Democratic club of this town
ship is hereby called to meet nt Lang
ston church Saturday. April 23 at 3
o'clock. P. M. Club will be reoganized
and delegates chosen to the county
convention which meets at Laurens
first Monday In Mny.
L. S. MACHRAT, Chairman.
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