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Going fast a fine lot of
sound Unknown Peas at
$2.50 per bush.
Ambar Cane Seed $1.50 bu
Cotton Seed Meal, Corn,
Oats, and Hay.
Flour and Corn Meal.
Horse and Mule Feed?
the nevv feed?try a sack,
you will be pleased with it
Try us on Molasses in cans
kegs, half bbls and bbls
E. Z. Fixd Cultivators
the best made. The very
thing to break the crust
of ground and work your
crop with. Only .$6*.00
Full stock of 7' ? and <S
inch Cotton Hoes, Plow
Shapes, Heel Sweeps all
sizes, Barb Wire and Nails
Jones' Cotton Fenders
Vours for busillOSS
J. H. SULLIVAN
Laurens, S. C.
<>r uni ?!! Ii m IhIohoh receive llio
rt.iiiio careful intention from
our ox purl workmen. Wu buy
cn re Cully it the <iunrilei ami
wn tell every ilolnllof ilosiKiiliut
Inn lIllllK Hull BOttillg of memo.
i i ,1 <. I > it. ! I,u> from trn\ 11
liiir uguntiior cuutloiitt. Wo can
show you the ri titoiint, wheth
er i t ho Kriuiitc ?>.? nun h|o, hikI
uro irl.ul l<i nilvidO with you u
bou i Improving your cem< i ??>?
Iota. I f' in .show you Iii?' .I>t*
foi onl Kniiiiloi* iuhI murhlon
ami ti ll you llboUl llieill.
P. F. BAXTER a SON,
IToo Late, Too Late,
to think about taking out a policy
on your house if it is already
burning. We take a risk but not
a certainty. If you have taken
time by the forelock, and insured
your property against lire, you
that the company Will pay all
your losses, The race is to the
swift, and you owe it to your
family to protect them from all
troubles. Do not lie a laggard.
Stocks - Bonds - Insurance
Enterprise Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
ARE YOU SATISFIED
WITH YOUR STOMACH?
Ho ynu want a belter one?one that Won't
belch gas, or lum sour, ot leci heavy ot make
you (eel miserable?
It relieve* stomach dittoes* in five minutes.
It turns old, unsatisiactoty, rebellious stomachs
into new ones, ever ready to digest the hearti
We guarantee Mi-o-n* tab
let* to cure stomach disease.
Money back if they foil.
50 Cents a Large Box
Laurens Drug Co., Laurons, 8. C.
ANNUAL HONOR ROLL j
TIicko pupils have averaged '.>."? per
!onl In scholarship, attendance) and
leportmcnl ror the full session of nine
mouths in the Laurons < i'y schools:
First Grade: Montelth Calne, .Mar
?hall Dendy, Charles Hughes, Marion
Moli. Flora Dennett, Rosn Gray. Leo
Second Grado: .Mary Rlackwoll,
Kston Nichols, William Lake.
Third Grade: Mlldrod Counts.
Fdghth Grade: Kdwln Mosoly, Anna
PrentIss, Amelia Todd.
Ninth Grade: Mary I'osey, Helen Sul
livun, Azilc Wofford.
First tirade: Churllo Motte, Lucy
(Continued rrom page two I
popuialion in the larger towns
Colo I,. IJloase, of Newhorry, claim
ed the effect of the adoption of tin.
minority report would ho to em off
white pepplo from voting, Mr. 131 ease
said that the hencilt would la* to the
negroes of South Carolina, Thero
would not he BUlllclenl time to register
all the voters, ami 2?,000 voters would
he disqualified On the jury question
Mr. Dlcaso said some men wouldn't
register, hecnuso they didn't want to
serve on tho jury, G. IL Remberl took
issue with Mr. Illoasc in tho matter,
lie did not think the resolution would
go into effect until 15)12, giving all tin
time to prepare for the new order.
IL I!. Cnldwi 11. of Chester, cnlled at
tention to the (langer front votes oi
persons wlio have no interests in the
weir;ir> of the government. Upon a
call for tho previous question debate
was ended. Senator Clifton's motion
that tho >oi.' ho taken by counties
passes. The voto: V'eas, 210; nays, ,!?. I
The unfavorable report of tho com
mittee was therefore adopted and the
The Democratic convention tonight
adopted tho following platform, as out
lined by a special committee:
"The Democrats of South Carolina,
in convention assembled, express their
gratifications that the sinus of the
limes points to general dissatisfaction
wiiii the administration of tho govern
ment by tho Republican party, and
congratulate tin- representative of our
party in congress on the approval giv
en their course in the recent elec
tion in Massachusetts and New York
at which Republicans were defeated
ami Democrats sent to the congress
in their places. The people of all sec.
lion are Coming to realize that the
Republican party stands lor special
privileges at the cost of the 1111111111011'.
and that, through the favoritism
shown to the trusts :>y tariff legisla
tion, the country is now suffering from
conditions which make the cost of liv
ing so high that even the Republican
congress is compelled to institute an
"The only substantial and lasting
relief is to he found in the adoption ol
the historic Democratic Doctrine de
manding a system of tariff duties suf
ficient to raise revenues adequate to
the economical administration of the
government. Material reductions
should ln> made in the tariff upon the
necessities of life.
"Tho Protective tariff makes possi
ble the combinations which are called
trusts, and only by revision of tariff
duties downward can the growth ol
the trusts he checked. Failure of the
Republican administrations to enforce
the civil and criminal laws against
the trusts demonstrates anew tho ob
ligations of that parly to the trusts,
which render it Impossible for the
country to secure relief from that
source. Favoring publicity of all cam
paign contributions, the Democratic
party, throughout the country, enters
upon tho coming campaign for con
gress this fall iis the only agency to
Which the people can turn with expec
tations of genuine tariff reform and
genuine trust regulation.
"The Democratic parly has long
favored the imposition of a tux on in
comes as a just method of taxation,
when fairly levied and collected, and
we favor such a lax. Relieving, with
Jefferson in thO support of the State
government in all their rights as the
most competent administration for
our domestic concerns and the surest
bulwark against antl-Repuhllcan ten
dencies, an din the preservation of the
general government in its whole con
stitutional vigor, as the sheet anchor
of our pence at home and safety
abroad. We are opposed to the cen
tralization policies of the present Na
tional administration. We Insist that
Federal remedies for the regulation
of interstate commerce and the pre
vention of private monopoly, shall lift
added to, not substituted for Statrt
Candidates' Assessments liaised.
The high cost of living has affected
the State Democratic executive com
mittee, causing assessments against
candidates to be raised. The report
of the sub-commltteo was adopted at
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Two packages 25 cents at grocers'.
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The Gencsee Pure Food Co., Le Roy, N. V.
the meeting of the executive commit,
tee this nftcrnoon. Sonutor Lide, <>i
Ornngeburg, made n motion that Con
gressional candidates be nsscssod $7-~>.
candidates for govornor $50 and state
<>!!*;; ; ;?.; $37.50 . jUBt 'is had boon the
case heretofore, but this motion was
tabled, and tho new assessments
adopted, as given below in the report
of tho committee which is as follows:
"To the chairman ami members Ol
the state Democratic executive com
mittee tit' South Carolina Gentlemen:
Your committee appointed to suggest
assessments and the date of opening
of tho campaign and the itinerary, re
spectfully reports that, alter mature
deliberation and investigation, we find
that the eost of the campaign of 1908
was $2,050, und would, therefore, sug
gest that the assessment on congress
men bo $125, for govornor ?T"i and
other State otllcers $50, w: ith. from
Information received, would yield
$3.075, viz: seventeen candidates for
congress at $125, $2,125; \2 candidates
tor Pinto olllces at $50, $000; I cnntll
flntn for lieutenant govornor at
$50; I candidates lor governor at ?"?">
$800, milking a lotnl of $3,570.
"Your committee would suggest that
the ditto for the opening of the cam
paign he llxed for June 2.2.
"We would further suggest thai :?
committee (if three, consisting of the
Stv.to chairman mid two members ol
tlie executive committee, to he ap
pointed by tho chairman, he appointed
to make the arrangements for tho Itin
\ll of which is respectfully submit
ted: D. I.. Slukler, .1. R. Rrenzcalo. T.
II. Crews. \V. P. Robinson, I.. I. I'ar
rott. it. l*. llamer, Willie Jones, com
.lohn IV Rockefeller would go broke
If he sho Id spend Iiis entire Income
trying to prepare a better medicine
than Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy for diarrhoea, dys
entery or bowel complaints. It is sim
ply impossible, and so says every one
that has used it. Sold by I.atirens
Riibun News Notes.
Rnbuil, May 17,?Mr. Calvin Ander
son of Mernn spent last Monday night
with Mr. T. K. Babb.
Mrs. Harley Abercromble after
spending a few days with her mother
near McDaniels mill returned home
Mr. /.eh Vance and family spent
Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs.
0. W. Babb.
Mr. George Babb spent last week
with his uncle. Mr. R. 1.. Babb (it
Green Tonil community.
Owing to the hard rain and cold
weather, cotton is coming up rather
slowly and some fanners are planting
over. The grain crop is fairly good
in this community.
ReV, liJ, C. Watson was the gUOSl ot
Mr. T. P, Babb and family Sunday
A large number of people attended
the service at Rahun Sunday.
Miss Cora Putnam spent Saturday
night with her sister. Mrs. Ambrose
Mnhon in Friendship community.
Mr, Willie Abornromblo of Hickory
Tavern section spent Sunday at the
homo of Mr. w. A. Baldwin,
I.ion Fondles a Chihl.
In Plttsburg a savage lion fondled
the hand that a child thrust into his
cngo. Danger to a child is sometimes
great when least regarded. Often it
((Hues through folds, Croup, nnd
Whooping Cough. They slay thoufl.
amis that Dr. King's New Discovery
could have saved. "A few (losofl cured
our baby Of a very had rase of Croup."
writes Mrs. George B. Davis, of Flat
Kock, N. Cm "We always give it to him
when In* takes cold. Its a wonderful
medicine for babies." liest for Coughs,
Coldt?, LaGrlppe, Asthma, Hemorrhag
es, Weak Lungs. BOO. $1.00. Trlnl bot
tle free. Guaranteed by Laurens Drug
Co. and Pal motto Drug Co.
Bridge to Let.
On Wednesday the 25th of May, 1010,
at ii o'clock A. M. at Woodruff, r.. C.
the supervisors of Lnurens nnd Spar
tanhurg counties, S. C, will receive
sealed bids for tho re-hulldlng of Van
Patton bridge on ICnoroo river. All
bids to bo accompanied by certified
check of $100.00 ns guarantee that bid
der. If successful, will execute writ
ten contract and give bond for the per
formance of same within ten days af-.
ter award Is made. The right is re
served to reject any or nil bids.
H. B. HUMBERT,
?11 -3t Supt. of Laurens County.
You can do it yourself and at little
expense, it's easy to give it a beauti
ful, hard, brilliant, varnish-gloss finish
ill black or rich, appropriate colors.
CARRIAGE PAINT (Neal's)
is made especially to give to buggies, carriages and
vehicles of all kinds a tough, durable, glossy finish that w ill
look well and wear well. An ideal finish for settees, flower
stands, porch furniture, garden tools, and all surfaces that must
withstand exposure and hard usage. Ready to brush on and
the label tells how.
If it's a surface to lie painted, enameled, stained, varnished, or finished in
any way there's an Acme Quality Kind to fit the purpose.
Laurens, S. C.
At Laurens, S. C.
Monday, June 6th, 1910
The following described property will be sold at
To the Highest Bidder
One eight=room dwelling; fine orchard and
8 vineyard; fine garden tract; good barn and other
ij: improvements; situated on corner Hampton and
Hi I Catherine streets. This is a good sized lot and in
a desirable neighborhood; close to churches, school
and business portion of the town.
Terms of sale will be made known on day of sale
This is your opportunity to get a desirable property at your own price,
S either as an investment or for a home.
J. N. LEAK,
! The Real Estate Man Gray Court, S. C.