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What kind of Shoe will
Two Dollars Buy?
77i/s same shoe In oat
S2.50-S3.00 is Qood
year Welt sewed; in our
College Woman 's Walk
ing Shoe S3.00-S3.50~S4.00 it
equals the best custom make.
been taught by ex
perience not to ex
pect much for
$2.00. If that
is the case The
Southern Girl Shoe will surprise you. You say
$2.00 used to buy a good shoe. We say $2.00
will buy a better pair of shoes to-day than ever
before?certainly if you buy
$2.00 SHOE $2.50
It has all the snap and shapeliness of a custom
made shoe. There is comfort and fit in every foot
form line. It is as perfectly made as any shoe you
ever saw?every stitch right where it belongs. Money
cannot buy better sole leather. The uppers are cut
from the best part of the skins. All this means wear,
long wear. It's the best shoe that is sold to-day
for the price. We have a dealer in your town. Look
for the Red Bell on the box.
CRADDOCK - TERRY
Deposited in this bank
from time to time,
will grow and grow
until they become
a large sum of mon
Try it, folks.
E BAN K 3^ LAU FtE N S
1 LAU RENS, S.C. .
The Bank for Your Savings.
Failed in Health
"My mother died six years -\go," writes Miss Ruth
Ward, of Jerseyville, 111., "and left me to care for six
children. 1 had never been strong; and this, with the shock
of her death, was too much for me.
"I failed in health. 1 was tired all the time and did
not want to go anywhere, nor care for company. 1 had
the headache all the time and such bearing-down pains.
"A very dear friend advised me to take Cardui, as it
had done her so much good, so I commenced to use it
and now I am in good health."
The Woman's Tonic
Women's pains are relieved or prevented and women's
strength is quickly restored, by Cardui, the woman's tonic.
You yourself know best if you need it, or not.
If you do need it, do not delay, but commence to use
it at once. Every day of delay, only lets you slide further
down the hill.
Don't wait, then, but begin to take Cardui today, for its
use, no matter how prolonged, cannot harm you and will
surely do you good.
Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept.. Cliatt.inoona Medicine Co.. Ch.-.ttanooca, Tenn.,
for Special Instructions, and 64-page book, "Home Treatment tor Women." sent tree.
RIGHT OVER WOOD SHINGLES
can be laid without fuss or bother rlaht over the old wood shingles, changing tho
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THE OFFICIAL VOTE'
IN SECOND PRIMARY
Blouse's Majority '>,6i*?-Moore Mid
Mawptou Elected?Total Vote
106,800 iu the State.
Colurabia, Sept. 19.?The olliclal vote
in the second Democratic primary has
been tabulated by (Jen. Wille Jones,
chairman of the State Democratic
committee, and John D. Bell, secretary
of the committee. No protests on the
result of the second primary had been
tiled with Qeu. Jones up to last Sat
urday afternoon. The State Demo
cratic executive committee meets Tues
day night to declare the official vote
and hear any protests which may be
I laid before it.
The vote, ttt tabulated by the chair
man and secretary of the Democratic
executive committee, ?howti that
Byrnes defeated Patterson for con
gress from the Second district by 58
votes'. The district polled 12,438
The vote as tabulated by Chairman
Wille Jones and Jno. D. Bell, secre
tary of the State Democratic commit
tee Is as follows:
I Cole L. Blease.56,250
C. C. Peatherstone.r>o,oor>
.Majority for Blease.5,645
VV. W. Moore.71.S31
.1. M. Richardson.35,193
Majority for Moore.36,138
For Railroad Commissioner.
(',. Mel). Hampton.."i..".::;
Majority for Hampton.:'..:'.(? I
Second Congressional District.
J. P. Byrnes.0.2-is
.1. O. Patterson.6,190
Majority for Byrnes.58
sixth Congressional District.
' j. B. Ellerbe.S4H6
i 1?. A. Hodges.6,503
Majority for Kllerbe.2,413
Colo L. Blease is elected governor
of S?rth Carolina. The result is par
tially accounted for by the most com
plete political Organization avor at
tempted heretofore ill South Carolina,
but there was .something more than
that mid something which we are not
yet prepared to account for. We felt
that it was liiere, but OS there is no
apparent cause fo an upheaval in
this stat". the motive of this swelling
of a popular tide iu behalf of Blease
is not apparent. There is the spirit of
revolution in hard or panicky times;
South Carolina was never more pros
porous. What is the psychology of If?
The question of liquor was un
doubtedly a strong factor, but thai
question was a factor font years ago
ami the people wont the other way.
The State made the tight for l-Va
therstone but knew that conditions -
particularly that indefinable mental
condition of the people - were against
I his election, and his defeat, greatly
disappointing as it is. is not surpris
ing. And as there does exist this un
dercurrent of feeling in South Caro
lina, we can accept the result with
philosophy, and hope for the best for
South Carolina must go forward,
whoever be the governor: WO eon not
pause for disasters. The agencies ror
progress and law and justice must
continue to face forward,
The pendulum has swung far one
way; it will return.?Columbia State
Mr. Peatherstone mad a hard and
able light against groat odds. Liquor,
reaction, inconsistent friends, person
al liberty, the rlch-inan-ngalnst-poor
tnan idea and other forces made an in
surmountable barrier for hfhh X"
man in South Carolina could have
been elected governor on a prohibition
platform this year.?Spartanburg Jour
Cole I.. Blenso has been elected
governor of the State. He was not out
choice, and not the choice of many
people most (leeply interested in the
welfare of Si,nth Carolina; but South
Carolina and her welfare nl'O more
than personal feeling; more than any.
thing else and we ami all othet news
papers and people in tie- state will be
ready from now until Mr. Blease va
cates the gubernatorial chair to do all
that we can to help him carry out
any ami all good purposes for the
State Florence Times,
Mr. Blease. when he assumes tue
office next January, will have the
greatest opportunity that has been
presented to any governor of South
Carolina since Wade Hampton. It is
the sincere wish of The Record that he
shall live up to that opportunity. He
has the ability to do it.
My giving the Stale a fait , conserva
tive, progressive administration Mr.
Blease can disappoint his enemies and
confound all who have predicted that
he WOUld as governor he radical, parti
san and arbitrary. 11?' is familiar with
the affairs of the State; he knows the
sentiment of the people; he possesse
the capacity for leadership. He has
said that if elected he will be governor
of all the. people. Let him live up (o
that pledge and measure up to the
BLEASE OIYEN OVATION.
Oovornor-KliH't Warmly Received ?)
Ncwberrj People on itcturn Home.
When Mr. Blease reached Newberry
by w ay of (be t\. N. & L. road on Wed
nesday evening at in?* he. was greeted
by a large crowd dt bis friends, who
were there to welcome" bis return and
to congratulate him OA bis election.
They had engaged the Newberry Con
cert band and bail carried 0V6I a large
Victoria, to Which ropes were attached
for drawing by men instead of horses.
The newly-elected governor as be
emerged from the coach raised Iiis
hand for silence, because there was a
corpse on the train, and these wus
perfect quiet until the train left and
was out of bearing; then the cheering
broke loose and was Kept ujt for souk;
time. He was escorted to the carriage
and was seated by the side of his
mother, .Mrs. Elizabeth P, Blease. Al
derman Baxtei'i currying a United
States llag In each hand occupied tho
front or driver s seat. A hundred or j
men look hold of ilu- ropes, ami
the procession moved forward to the
public square in front of the old
courthouse, Mrs. C. L. Blease and oth
ers following In carriages and a large
crowd on foot, the hand playing and
Upon reaching the old courthouse
Mr. Blease mounted the steps and
made a short speech, expressing his
gratification at his election and at the
ovation that was tendered him,
Mr. Blease said:
For the Victory We have won I thank
They say that the mill vote of the
state elected me. If it did, it is n vote
of which 1 am proud. To you boys of
Ward In Newberry 1 owe all that'l
Prom the time when as a boy back
over in that old frame building that
stood behind the Newberry hotel l
took upon myself the obligations of
the Methodist church down to this
night there has never been a day thai
' I pave not gone down \\\H)\] kllQWi
and thanked Qod for the blessings oi
the day before.
When on the lirsl of October Broth
er Banks, my pastor, may pass the
. commuulon cup In (''v Method's1,
church there m.-.y be !!;?? :V.ni touch
it before mine or after mine that bear
malice in their hearts toward me. hut l
??.in truthfully say i bear malice in my
licarl to no man.
The Bible tells us in one place.
"Physician, heal thyself." Now lei
those physicians who are sick heal
I was proud when in Columbia, when
the returns from Newberry county,
the county where I was born and
reared, canto in, it was proven that sin
: had given the 11" to Iho slanderous
reports of the newspapers against me,
I shall endeavor as governor of
South Carolina to make my friends
proud of me, ami if there shall be an
act of mine which wrongs any one of
you. If you will euine to me. I will no
down upon my knees and beg your for
Magistrate fthappoll also made a
few remarks, and the procession then
resumed its march, passing through
the Newberry mill village and return
: ing to Mi Blease's office, where the
crowd quietly dispersed. The whole
proceedings, though very enthusiastic,
was an orderly one throughout.
Your complexion as well as your
temper is rendered miserable by a dis
ordered liver. By taking Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets you
can improve both. Sold by Lauroils
\\ Ii VT I I COST TO III \.
('nmlidatcs Male Vmounts pail cut
Columbia, Sept. it. in accordant1 ?
with the law as to campaign expons h
in the r;n es for state und congrcssh u.
al offices stiuplemeiitary expense at -
counts have been Iii od will! I ho secre
tary of state as follows:
C. c. Pcathersioue.$."0S.Bi
C. I.. Blease.0<l|.l.'5
James ('ausler. 22.S."?
W. W. .Moo:".212.0!?
.1. 0. Patterson.L' Iv. I ?"?
J. P. Byrnes.I l?.on
P. A. Hodges.io*?.!>r>
.1. M, Richardson.!P,iS.0S
(!. .Mel Millie Hampton.11*8.08
In the lirst primary ('. I.. Blease
spent $(iSs(i and C, (' Penihorstono*
The total spent by all candidates in
both primaries Is about $18,000.
Don't waste your money buying plus
when you can get a bottle of Cham
berlain's Liniment for Iweiity-live
cents. A piece of flannel dampened
with thlfl linlmenl Is superior to any
plaster for lame back, pains In the
side and chest, and much cheaper.
Sold by LauI'ens Drug Co.
(loners II) So.
The fellow who spends nil his time
finding fault with other people will
never accomplish very much. Ander
Not a minute should he lost when a
child shows symptoms of croup. Chain
berlain's Cough remedy given as soon
as rhe child becomes hoarse, or even
after the croupy COUgh appears, will
prevent the attack. Sold by I.aureus
Drug Co. i
OFFICIAL RETURNS OF
Second Primary Election
September 13th, 1910
t u re
PRECINCTS H 3
Watts Mills. 54
dray Court. X\
Cross Hill. 89
Lydia Mills. 17
Laurens Cotton Mill 28
Ora . 15
Laurens No. i. 131
Laurens No. 2. 210
Clinton Cotton Mills 13
Tip Top. :io
Cook's Store. .'14
Dials Church. 8
Lanford Station.... 16
15 re wer ton. 65
Stewart's Store_ 20
Pleasant Mound_ 20
Tumbling Shoals.. .. 67
Mt. Pleasant. is
Woodvillo . 40
Daniel's Store. I 4t
2807 644 11.'.I I 1831
> Now is llic time to
^ ~ Insure Your Crops of = = -
I Cotton, Corn, Etc.,
I AGAINST HAIL
Horses and Mules
Against Death From Any Cause
J. F. TOLBERT
LAURENS, S. C.
? In New Office in Todd Building, South Harper St.
I W. Q. Wilson & Co.
Have opened a full line of Black and Colored
Wool Dress Goods, Ginghams, Outings and
Flannelettes, Hosiery, Underwear, Table Linen
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Special values in Ladies' and Misses Sweat
ers will arrive this week at
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