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Various Precincts Prepare
for County Convention.
MEETS MONDAY, MAY 2
l lii' ClindidilC) ui? Mr. rVulherstonc
for flic '?oHTiiorslilp Kndorscd
li\ Liiiirens Chili No. One.
Pursuant in iti<- olllcial ?'all of the
conn(y clialrtiiaii, the dlfferonl pre
cinct chilis moi Saturday, eleeted the
necessary officers ami ehoao represen
tatives n> the Democrntlc county con
volition which will !?? hold in the court
houso next Monday, May 2. At tliis
gathering a State executive committcc
nian will in- chosen and eight dele,
gates to the State convention ai Co
luinbla. May In. will he elected.
Laureus Cluh No. One.
The meeting of I.aureus Democratic
<duli No. one was held Saturday after
noon at the city hall. After reorganiz
ing and selecting delegates to the
mously adopted the following resolu
tion; Resolved. Thal I.aureus Demo
cratic cluh endorses the candidacy of
the Hon. c. c l<~entherstone for the
governorship of South Carolina in the
forthcoming primary elections."
John II. Brooks was elected presi
dent. It. T. Dunlap. vice president; W.
I.. Taylor, secretary and treasurer;
U. A, Cooper county executive commit,
teoman; w. I.. Gray, It. A. Cooper. Dr.
\V. II. Washington, executive commit
The president will appoint enrolling
Delegates to county convention: .1.
A. Smyth. Jr., It. A. Cooper. .1. 11.
Brooks, .1. J. Bendy, C. C. Fentlier
stone, W. It. Rich.y. Sr., 10. W. Cope
land, \V. L. Taylor, W. II. Washington,
.1. \. Iticliardsou, J. II. Peterson, W.
S. Bagwell, W. I.. Gray, It. T Dunlap.
W. It. itlchcy, Jr.
The Democratic cluh of Scullletown
township met Saturday afternoon at
Langston church ami organized b>
electing W. I > Byrd, president; w. P.
Wright, vice president; M. M. Poole,
secretary and treasurer; O. P. Good
win, county executive coiumlttceman.
Delegates to county convention: ().
P. Goodwin, W. M. Myers. Ueed Todd,
V. W. Little. W. I?. Byrd, J. W. Don
Laureus Cluh No. Two.
At :t o'clock the meeting of Laureus
cluh No. 2 was held in the court house.
Col. Thus. B. Crews was rcclected
president, with o. (i. Thompson and It.
D. Boyd, vice presidents: W. C. Irhy,
Jr.. secretary; It. (). Hairston. treas
urer: W T. Crews, county executive
ooinmitte ?man. Delegates to county
convention: It. D. Boyd, O. G. Thoinp
son. T. D. Crows, R. (). llairston. Y.
c. Dollarn?, B. I?. Rlakely, J. M. Hud
Kens, .1 It. Plnley, J. T. Garrett, J. 1).
Owings, T. P. Lynch, l>. T. Moor??. W.
C. Irby, Jr., C. A. Power, P. I'. McGow
nn, ?. V. Culbcrtson, T. Mc. [toper, \V.
T. Dor roh. J. P. Holt, J. D. Mock. 1).
c Dnrksdnle, Messer llabb, L. S. Holt.
1,1. m Cannon, II. B. Gray. Executive
comiuiitee of club und enrolling com
inllteo to I?' tippointod by the president
und vice president.
Coldvlllo democratic club met Sat
I unlay evening ami reorgaiii/.* d by
electing olllcors as follows:
I 'resident. Ceo. A. Drowning, Jr..
vice presltlent, .1. N, Drown, Jr.; sec
retary, 11. C. I hinter; members of coun
ty convention, W. B. Rlulpck. J. B,
Ham. J. (j Tlinninrniun, (Seo, A. Drown
Ing. Jr. Bach delegate Is authorized
to appoint an alternate in the event be
is unable to attend.
Meeting was held at Tumbling
Shoals. Otllcnrs elected, lt. M. Was
son, president: Win. 1>. Sullivan, vice
president; J, W. Kol let t, secretary and
treasurer: \V. A. Baldwin, executive
commlttccman; enrolling committee,
K M WnsHon, .). L. ilnldwln, J. A.
Mnhoil, A. J. Monroe N. H. Wood. B.
B. Simpson; executive committee, II
!! Mahon. lohn M Wood. I P Sim
mons. County convention delegates,
William I >. Sullivan. It. M. Wasson. J.
W. Kellett, II. II. Mahon, B. B. Simp
sin, Johlt M. Wood. W. A. Baldwin.
John W. Heeks. I). W. Abererotnbie. .1
T. Machen, J, P. Simmons. T. .1. Craw,
ford. Prank Davis, w. .1. Reynolds.
Kneii delegate is authorized to name
Dials Democratic Club.
Dr. .1. S. Wolff, president; V. A. White
vice president; w. s. Power, secretary;
A. ('. OwitlgS, Sr.. executive committee
mnn; enrolling comlttce, B, T. Shell,
T i\ Willis. .1. Harris Curry, II. Y.
Simmons. II. S Wallace. .1. II. Wolff.
W. R. Putman, Joe B. Wham. Hobt. C.
Owings, ('. R. shell: delegates to coun
ty convention, Dr. .1. S. Wolff. A. t\
Owings, Sr . Rev. .1. K. McCain. .1. 'P.
Peden, B. T shell. Willis Yenrgln,
W II. llarksdalc. .1 Harris Curry. .1.
m. Ilellams. II. Y. Simmons, D. I>. Har
ris. Claud I.. Owings, .1. T. Stoddard,
P. Putman. II. S. Wallace. .1. II. Wolff.
It, C. Wallace, W. s. Adair, Abner Bnbb
Joe B. Wham. Willi-- Putman, Prank
Mcdlock, V. A. White. U. C. Owings.
D. I). Stoddard. W. .1. Hunter and .1.
1.aureus 'Mill Club,
A. B. Sloan, president: S. W. It tit -
ledge, vice president : W. .1. Sloan, see
rtarj : executive comlttee. J, w. Snod
dy, s. m. Rutlcdgc: enrolling commlt
tee. m. k. Set/.ler. M. .1. Dnrnell, s. w.
Uulledge; delogntes to county conven
tion. .'. w Snoddy, s. w. Rutledgc...
Will Close Alter May I at <1 P. M.
neginnlng next Monday all the
stores of the city will close at six
o'clock, excepting Saturday during the
HOW HOGS KIIOI'LD BE FED IN
(?rain Feed is Too Expensive, Hut
With Forage ("reps Fork Can be
Made at il or I Cents a Found.
We should grow hogs on green rapo,
rye. barley and oats and a little dry
corn in January and February; on
green crimson clover, bur clover,
vetch, oats, etc., and a little dry corn
In March; on Clovors and rape and
a little dry corn in April and May; on
green clovers and ripe oats in June;
on green clover, pears, soy beans and
a little dry corn in July and August,
and ratten them during September,
October, November and December in
about the following way: if on Sep
tember 1st. a pig weighing 100 pounds
be put on soy beans or cow peas, or
both, and fed about one-fourth of a
full ration of corn, he will weight from
IL'.", to 135 pounds by October 1st. If
during October he is put on soy beans
or peas and fed about one-fourth of a
ration of corn, be should grow 40
pounds, or reach a weight or fram 105
to 175 pounds by November 1st. Dur
ing November, on peanuts ami a one.
fourth ration of corn, he will reach
from L'oO to 21"> pounds, and then if
during December be be fedsone-fourth
ration of cottonseed meal and the oth
er three-fourths corn, orif he be al
lowed a one-fourth ration of peanuts
and a three-fourths ration of corn un
til the cool weather of Christinas time,
and is then slaughtered he will weigh
from 225 to 240 pounds and will have
boon produced at from :'. to I cents a
pound, and the profit will he such that
we need give no other reason why we
should grow more hogs.- Raleigh (N.
C.i Progressive Farmer and Gazette.
Meeting of Creditors.
District Court of the I'lilted States.
District of South Carolina.
In the matter of .1. M. Wesson, bank
To the creditors of J. M. Wnsson, of
Cross Kill, in the county of Laureus
and district aforesaid:
Notice is hereby given that on the
lltb day of April. 1010. the said J. M.
Wesson was duly adjudicated a, bank
rupt, and that the first meeting of his
creditors will be held in the ofllce
of Simpson. Cooper P.abb. attorneys
at law, in the city of Laureus, S. C
on the 1th day of May, 1910, at three
o'clock In the afternoon, at which time
the said creditors may attend, prove
their claims, elect a trustee, examine
the bankrupt and transact such other
business as may properly come before
JOHN J. EARLR,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
Columbia. S. C, April 12, 1910.
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I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. $
Tin- Woman's Missionary society of
tho First Presbyterian cburcb bad a
very Interesting and instructive meet
ing Monday afternoon at the cburcb,
it being the joint meeting of the Junior
and senior societies. After the devo
tional exercises there \vi?s a program
of music and entertaining talks on the
subject of missions. Among the sub
jects discussed was "What a Century
of Christianity has done for Women"
jthis was interestingly told in a paper
by Mrs. T. [<\ Simpson. Mrs. .1. W.
Todd told of the missionaries she had
seen ami heard at Montreal and of
their work and life. Mrs. .1. II. Tongue
recited "A Cry from the Congo." Mrs.
.1. I). W atts read a paper on medical
missions. Mis. T. I). Darlington read
a paper "The Value of Organization".
Miss Corinna Penlo of Cincin
nati played Godard's Berceuse from
? locelyn" on the violin with Mrs. j
II. K Aiken as accompanist. Miss
Penle also sang "The Morning Glory."
A committee of ladies was appointed
to arrange for the Laurons county
missionary institute which meets with
this church on the eleventh of May
when the delegates will be entertained
at a luncheon.
Mrs. W. E. Lucas went to Hock Hill
Saturday where she is the guest of
Mrs. Alex Long. Mrs. Long entertain
ed in her honor at a very pretty tea.
The .1. B. Kersbaw chapter of t*. D.
C. will meet next Monday afternoon
May 2nd at the chamber of commerce
rooms at four o'clock. This being the
last meeting before memorial day a
large attendance is urged.
Mrs. V.'. U. McCaslan was the pu 'St
of Mrs. B. II. Wilkes Friday evening
when she came from Clinton to at
tend tho oratorical contest at the
Miss Wessic Lee Dial and Miss Sadie
Sullivan attended the college press |
meeting In Newberry last week.
Miss Marguerite Simpson spout the
week end as the guest of Miss Annie
Blakcly in Clinton.
IN NEW YORK SOCIETY.
Beautiful Winnen of the Hill Who Ihne
In gay Now York, where women Ket
their ideas from their foreign sisters,
the hair tonic called Parisian Sage is
in meat demand.
Parisian Sage is the discovery of a
well known scientist, and be claims
most emphatically that it is the only
hair preparation that will kill tho per
sistent dandruff germs.
Laurens Drug Co guarantees Pari
sian Kaue to cure dandruff in two
weeks, to stop falling hair: to make
dull, lifeless and colorless hair beau
tiful and luxuriant: to cure all Itching
diseases of the scalp, or money back.
The price Is only '?0 cents a large
bottle. Glroux Mfg. Co.. Buffalo, X. Y.
will copy any Photo, en
large any picture and
make High Grade Pho
tographs for you at the
very lowest prices. No
photographer can do
more nor offer any
more special inducement
I ricCord Studio
? has always done.
8 i he I lcCord
?'Best Pictures, Lowest
;> Come to see us.
Now is the time to buy the
balance of the
Coal You need
is the place to buy your
as cheap as they can be bought.
We have on hand
80 Bbls. of Flour !
Be sure and see us before you buy
We have just received one
car of Corn that we can sell
Meal, onholted; and wat.pr
We have also one car of Meyers
Molasses which we sell cheap.
Come to see ns before you buy
K. C. Gray, Manager.
Have you ever examined the excellent stock of high
grade Watches we have in stock?
If you will spend a moment in our store we can. show
you the very best in Howard, .South Bend, Waltham and
Klgin movements, and our prices are always moderate.
Jewelry and ArVatcK Repairing
of every description carefully and promptly done.
Jewelers and Optometrists
I wish to call the attention of the
public (hat in the past few weeks I
have added to my stock a very beauti
ful and attractive line of Ladles and
Men's furnishings, and invite your in
spection, s. Polinkoff, Laurens, s. ?'
For Your Supply of Coal for the Coming Season!
We will call on you about the 1st of May for your order. Wait for us. But if we do not see you we want
you to see us, ior it means money saved to you to buy your supply of coal at this season of the year.
Coal bought now at $5 00 per ton is the best paying investment you can make.
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO PAY FOR IT NOW
All we want is your order; you can pay for it when you get ready
- = We Guarantee Every Pound of Our Coal - -
As it comes direct from the Jollico District of Tennessee, where all the best coal is mined. Don't be fool
ed into buying coal that you know nothing of and from people you know nothing about; but
BUY YOUR COAL AT HOME
The difference in price is very little; the difference in the quality means much more to you