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Candidates for Auditor Will Voted
for at November Election) ru
der Primary Rules.
The county executive committee met
last Thursday and after canvassing
the election returns of the Becond pri
mary si11?I declaring J. Archie Willis
the nominee for the legislature and
Ross D. Voting elected county treas
urer, the matter of holding a special
? lection In which a county auditor will
he nominated, was taken up. This elec
tion Is necessary because of the re
cent death of Mr. W. T. Dorroh. who
was elected without opposition in the
llrst primary to succeed himself for
the full term beginning early next
It was therefore decided by the com
mittee to hold the special election on
the day of the general election in No
vember, with the same managers that
will conduct the State election, said
managers using the same Democratic
Club rolls as provided in the primary
election for 1010. All voters who par
ticipated In said primaries will bo
entitled to vote in this special elec
tion, under the same rules and regu
WI1KN IIKIt HACK ACH KS.
A Woman Kinds All Her llnortry and
Ambition Slipping Away.
Laurens women know how the aches
and pains that come when the kidneys
fall make life a burden. Backache,
hip pains, headaches, dizzy spells, dis
tressing urinary troubles, all toll of
sick kidneys and warn you of (he
stealthy approach of diabetes, dropsy
and Dright's disease. Doan's Kidney
Pills permanently cure all these dis
orders. Mere's proof of it In a Lau
lens woman's words:
Mrs. M. .1. Hopkins. 224 Laurel St..
Laurons. S. C. says: "I heartily rec
ommend Doan's Kidney l'ills to any
one Buffering from kidney trouble, as
I have used them with the host of re
sults. At times i was considerably an.
noyed by a weakness of my kidneys
and there were pains in the small of
my back. Learning that Doan's Kid
ney Pills were good for such trou
bles. I procured a box at the Palmetto
Drug Co. and began their us . Sev
eral doses gave me great relief and
on occasions since then when I have
felt any return of the annoyance, 1
have taken this remedy and In a short
time it has always entirely disposed
of my trouble."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the Cnlted
Remember the name?Doan's?and
take no other.
SAM ?CGOWAN TO SKW POST.
Popular Olllcer Transferred to Phila
delphia?Begins Duties Sept. 80.
Orders were" received today from
the Navy Department detaching Pay
Inspector Samuel McQowan from duty
at the Charleston navy yard as pur
chasing officer and assigning him to
duty at Philadelphia, as pay Officer of
the navy yard and also of the naval
home at that place. He will he suc
ceeded here hy IgnntlUd Thomas Hag.
nor, who comes to Charleston from the
bureau of supplies and accounts at
General regret will be fell at the de
parture of Pay inspector McQowan
form Charleston. .Mr. McQowan' has
been here nearly a year and In this
time, he has added many friends and
acquaintances to the number that he
had made a number of years ago. be
t?r?! he entered the navy, when he
was a newspaper reporter. One of
the big men of the pay corps of the
navy, he rendered, of course, a most
satisfactory and efficient administra
tion of his duties as purchasing pay
olllcer of the Charleston yard. He has
been popular with the officers of the
yard as well as with the civilian side
of the community, and it Is needless to
say that the best wishes of his numer
ous friends and acquaintances will ac
company him 10 Philadelphia. Since he
was subject to a transfer, it is plcus
ing to his friends to feel that he has
been given a prominent station.
Paymaster Hagner comes to Charles
ton with a fjood record in the service.
Which he entered Inlv 10, 190?. He is
.1 native of the District of Columbia
from which he was appointed to the
pay corps.?Charleston Post.
Special Term of Court.
Upon the request Of Solicitor H. A.
Cooper, the governor has ordered that
a special term of general sessions
court he held at Lnurcns, beginning on
the second .Monday in October ;ind
continuing through two weeks it so
much be necessary. A special Judge
will have to be named by the governor
for this term.
Make Your Dollars Hxtcild.
Our agency will prove that thirty
live years big sales and pleased users
of the I., it .M. Paint will save you dol
lars, because when painting with L.
& M. you are using metal Zinc Oxide
combined with White Lead. Zinc
Oxide is Imperishable, and makes the
L. & .M. wear and cover like gold. The
L. & M. colors are therefore bright
and lasting. Yon won't need to re
paint for 10 to 1.". years; besides L. ?fc
M. Paint costs less than any other,
say about $l.:to per gallon. Sold bv
J. IL & .M. L. Nash. Laurens; .1. W.
Copeland & Co., Clinton.
COLORED TEACHERS TO MEET.
Principal Sunders. Isaacs Notice To
All In The County.
The colored tendiert of the county
are requested to meet at the graded
school building on North Caroline
street on Saturday October S, at 12
Let every one of the 113 teachers
of the county come as there Is good
news for us all.
l'rin. Colored Dept. City Schools.
Laurens, s. C.
TIlO Price of Cattail.
Cotton yesterday ranged in price
from 13 to 13 1-8, the market closing
linn. The receipts fo*r the day amount
ed to about 100 bales.
Ekoiu, Sept. 20?The Ladles Mis
sionary society gave an ice cream
supper Saturday afternoon at live
o'clock, nt the home of Mrs. Mattie
Pitts. All bad a nice time.
Quite a number from this section
went toMount Qalager Sunday after
noon to hear Rev. Mr. Thayer of Luu
rens preach a special sermon for the
Messrs T. .1. and Wilson Cooper have
repaired the old McDaniel mill and
are now grinding corn.
Miss Emma El ledge of the Poplar
section is spending a while with her
sister. Mrs. T. C. McDaniel who is
recovering from a slight attack of
Miss Christine Cooper of Greenwood
spent last week with her grandmother,
Mrs. Jane Cooper.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hurts spent
Sunday with Mrs. Loo Culhertson and
Miss Maggie Klnioro spent Saturday
night with Miss Agnes Cooper.
Mr. Kellie Cooper and father of
Greenwood spent Saturday night and
Sunday in this section.
BLOOD STANDS STILL.
Piles Can't ite Cured Until Circulation
It is useless to try to cure piles by
operating or use of salves or supposi
tories?as long as the blood Is stag
nant In the lower bowel, new tumors
will continue to form. Clear the
blood?from the circulation. Then
piles will leave for good. A success
ful, scientific, internal remedy is Dr.
Leonhardt's Ilem-Roid. sold under
guarantee by Laurens Drug Co. Hem
Hold does its work thoroughly. $1 for
24 days treatment. Dr. Leonhardt Co.,
Station B, Buffalo, N. Y. Write for
Big Showing Of =
Our stock of fall goods are here, will be glad to have you
come in and look through. We have just what you want in
Dress Goods for Coat Suits or a nice one piece Dress. Com
plete stock of Sweaters, Coats, Ladies' Suits, Underwear,
Hosiery, Shoes, Blankets, Sheets, Ginghams, Suitings and
Specials for Thursday, Friday and Saturday
15c full size Towel, Iileachcd 1 0c
$1.25 full size Counterpane ?89c
36 inch Panama, Half Wool 35c, at 25c
Red Seal Ginghams worth I2^c, at | Oc
36 inch .Sea Island, special 5C
Next Door to Enterprise Bank Laurens, S. C.
facts from marren.
Farmen all Bury Bot Many visitors
Coming and Going.
Madden, Sept. 20.?Well, the election
is over. While the result is not ex
actly as some of us in this berg did
desire, yet like the old woman whose
calamities fell thick and fast, never
theless we And a great consoling
thought in that passage of Scripture
which she told her pastor had sustain
ed her and that was ' (Irin and bear
Cotton !' opening rapidly and farm
er folks are intent on getting it gath
ered. We fea ? the drought cut the
crop, more tha.' people realize.
.Miss Juanitn .Martin is on a short
visit to her home folks.
Miss Bulle Power was a welcome
visitor in our midst last week.
Miss Ethel Bryson, who has been
nursing Mrs. B. F. Godfrey and child
ren of Clinton is home.
Miss Ada May Wofford of Woodruff,
accompanied Miss Kate Wofford home
for a short stay.
Among the visitors to our city
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. A.
Blalew of Lisbon at Prof. Culbertson*s.
Miss .Josie Martin of Clinton at Mrs.
Allison: Mr. Henry Madden and sis
tors, of Watts mill with their brother.
H. I.. Madden and the family of Mr
W. K. Hudgens at Mr. T. S. Langstou.
Tho sick of tin- community are all
better. Mrs. .lohn R. Finley. Mrs.
Ettle Cunningham and Mrs. .1. A. Wof
ford and children have all been sick
Mrs. Charles Koberson and little
Christine of Birmingham. Ala. stop
ped over with her mother. Mrs. Teague
and other kin. on her way home from
Washington and Wrightsville Bench.
We think Madden can put forward
a competent man to (ill the auditor's
place. The friends of .lohn R, Fin
ley are urging him to enter the race.
He made a good auditor some years
ago and we think could win. or at least
give the one that did win a mighty
Bit; TIMES IN ATLANTA.
Success of Auto Show Now Certain.
'21 Cars Entered Already.
Atlanta. Co.. Sept. 20.?Considering
that the Atlanta Automobile associa
tion has already secured 21 cars,
which are entered nearly lot) times,
for tho Speedway races of Nov. 2., 4
and .", it is safe to assume that there
will be a large entry list. Only part
of the central territory has been so
licited thus far and twelve or fifteen
more racing machines may reasonably
be expected from the factories located
in that section, not to mention 20 or
30 from the section factories and agen
Five of the cars entered thus far are
free-for-all machines and the open
(lassos will be exceptionally strong.
Barney Oldfleld has entered his string
of racers, including the 200 horse
power "Blitzen" Ben/, the Darraeq
"loo" arid the Knox "?'?" and expects
to bring down the Ben/ car which he
wili drive in the Motor Parkway (Band
Prize. Oldfleld will make an especial
effort to sot a now mark for tho mile,
breaking the American record of :35.63
made at Indiapolis.
The cars entered now are: K-M-F.
Parry. Pope-Hartford. Flat "90", Benz
"120". Ben/ "200", three stock Coles,
one Cole "90", Wescot. Lozier, two
Falcars. two Black Crows. Darraeq.
Knox "6" and thro Stavei'S-ChlcngO. ?
Card from Pest Mast,.-.
Tho patrons of the local post office
who rent post office boxes are noti
fied that rent on boxes for the quar
ter beginning October 1st and ending
December 21 will he due and must
be paid on or before September 30th.
A bill has been placed in every box
which patrons will present with the
amount r< nt and get bill receipt
ed. Patrons tire urged to read the
department instructions on hack of
bill and govern themselves according
C o. S. McCravy.
no REASON for DOUBT,
A Statement Of Fuels Hacked lij a
We guarantee complete relief to all
sufferers from constipation, in every
case where we fall we will supply the
Rexall Orderlies are a gentle, effec
tive, dependable and safe bowel regu
lator. Btrengthener and tonic. They re
establish nature's functions In a quiet,
easy way. They do not cnuse any in
convenience, griping or nausea. They
are so pleasant to take and work so
easily that they may be taken by any
one at any time. They thoroughly tone
up the whole system to healthy ac
Rexall Orderlies are unsurpassable
and Ideal for the use of children, old
folks and delicate persons. We can
not too highly recommend them to ?11
sufferers from any form of constipa
tion and its attendant evils. Two sizes
10c and 26c, Heinember you can ob.
tain Rexall Remedies In this commun
ity only at our store?The Rexall
Store. The I.nurons Drug Co.
Before ordering Magazines get our
big Clubbing catalogue and special of
fers and save money.
Southern Subscription Agency.
Raleigh, n. c.
i a postal Card "ill do)
New Fall Styles
In Ladies' Ready-to-wear Suits and
Skirts, Etc., are here. The Values
are Greater than Ever.
FALL and WINTER
Gentlemen You are
Cordially invited to see the New
Fall .Suits. We know that you
arc all interested, because it
means to you High Grade Clothes
and at Moderate Prices.
and other High-class Makes
They are the "Clothes BeautifulP'
' of the Clothes World,
Models for every form and figure,
and every man's pocket hook.
They cost no more P AA
than the ordinary tplOA'U
Also have nice Worsted .Suits
S i o.oo to $i 5.00.
Every one a good one for Price.
Greatest line of Men's, Ladies
and ?,Iisses Shoes in Lattrens.
Sec them and you will buy
Ladies You are
To sec the Xcw Fall Suits,
Skirts, Dress Goods, Silks, No
We know you are all interested
hecausc it means to you High
Grade Suits and at moderate
prices $10.00 to $45.00.
vSkirts $5.00 to $15.00. Mod
els for every form and figure and
and every woman's pocket hook.
Full line New Corsets. Ameri
can Lady and W. B. $1 to $3
New things in Winter Shirt
Waists, in Silk and Madras.
Price $1.00 to $5.00
Genuine Irish Crochet Center
Pieces, ioc to $2.25. Values
worth 25c to $3.50. Be sure to
see this liuc of Irish hand work.
Dress Goods and Silks. We
have all the new Fabrics and are
ready for your inspection.
Novelties in Neckwear. See
our line of Furs, early buyers get
We are anxious to please ajnd know that you cannot
equal the values we offer. Come see us.
The Big Store
I will be glad to have you come to my opening
You will find my line complete. I will take pleas
ure in showing you through, assisted by Misses
Anderson and Lilly Mae Rudd.
Miss Lyda Rudd
Cross Hill, S. C.