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title: 'The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, March 13, 1912, Page PAGE NINE, Image 9',
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M. R. WILKES, Agent
Laurens, S. C.
Southeastern Lifo Insurance Co.
Greenville, S. C.
GROUND HOG CASE
Now Is the time to son spring
Beardless Barley?wo have the seed
IMaiit your Irish Potatoes just as
soon as you can and let the *\>ioon"
look after thorn later. (Jet your Pota
toes from us now, your choice of Early
Kose, Bed Bliss or Irish Counter.
Bid you know.' \\ ?? sell Poconioke
Gun no and Acid Phosphates. The kind
Hi.it has stood tlie test and will help
you to do (lie rest. Feed your ero,.s
as you would feed your stock, if you
expect to gel results.
.last warehoused another hiir car
load of Timotln IIa), also one more
car load of that good sound White
Corn come quick before iit is all
Wo sell the "Necessities of Life" for
.yourself and family also the hest of
feed for your slock.
If you don't believe that we are full
np and running over \\ii\\ goods just
come in and see for yourself.
J. H. SULLIVAN
Laurens, S. C.
Ladies' or Gent's Sizes.
20-year guaranteed Cases.
Elgin or Waltham Move
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MET BY JUDGE JONES
(Continued from Page Two.)
Inveighed against any who would tear
down the court house or any Influence
that would sot at naught the forces
OXertod by the courts of the land. He
referred in condemnatory terms to the
policy as announced by Theodore
Roosevelt of submitting the Undings
of a court to the people. And, as to
pardons, .lodge Jones declared that
the law states that the Chief Execu
tive Khali "faithfully execute the law
in mercy," laying emphasis on tlie
word "faithfully." It was this implied
charge that Governor Rlcase had not
"faithfully" executed the laws in mer
cy that called forth the "Hurrah for
Blease" from a person in the audience.
"Did this man vote for me"?is thai
tho ground upon which to grant par
dons, asked tho speaker. After an
swering the interruption, Judge Jones
explained why he had given up the
highest office in the State to become a
mandidate for governor.
Why a Candidate.
"What am I here for. you ask," he
said. I gave up the highest office in
South Carolina to become a candidate
for governor. I have given the 'K>st
years of my life to public service, hav
ing served as the head of both the leg
islative and judicial branches of your
government and for a number of years
in the legislature as a representative
from Lancaster county. Hut 1 have
never been elected to an office by the
whole people of the state, and that is
my ambition. l have served you for
twenty-two years, and I have a right
to speak to you today and offer tn\
self for this olllce. And 1 Bay to you
that if things go on like they have
been for the last year, you will all 10
gret it. Let's raise the btandard of
From the Working People.
"1 have been called an aristocrat."
continued Judge Jones, "but ! wan: to
say that I am sprung from the work
ing people of this State. My father was
a carpenter, and my mother, when her
father and mother died, learned dies,
making to support herself. 1 am proud
of their toil. And, as for myself, I
went to Lancaster a young man, with
a wife and baby and $13 (that was
borrowed) to sta'rt h?e I know all tho
heart throbs >f the working inn:., and
1 am here it lay to join hin? in re
deeming South Carolina from her
shame, of raising the standard of ROV
ernmenl and developing the- great
I State of ours."
An L'ncni) <<> SocU-ty.
"If you regald l< rts a !ob," said j
Judge Jones. "1 was tho biggest fool
in South Carolina to resign the Chief
Justiceship; for there was real power.
Like the roots of a mighty oak, the
court of the state is the power upon
which grows and develops society and
Civilization. A silent and unseen pow
er, true, but a mighty power neverthe
less. And any agency which s.">ks to
nullify this power of the courts, to
Impeach it and to insult it. is an enemy
to society, si Socialist and an Anarch
"The darling hope of my heart, if
elected governor of this state," said
Judge Jones, "will bo to foster the
cause of education. T believe in just
appropriations?mind you, I say just
appropriations for all the State col
leges liberal support to all schools
and particularly to the rural schools.
I want to sei? what I can do for you.
There are so many tilings a governor
can do for progress at home and for
the reputation of his state abroad.
"I will not bo the governor of the
people who vote for me." declared the
speaker; "1 will not be the governor
of my friends only; I will be the
governor of the whole people (loud ap
plause.) The COhStltUlion is designed
for tho protection of the minority, as
well as the majority, and when a gov
ernor Is for his friends alone, he is
violating the constitution of his state,
in that he disregards the rights of the
minority, or those who opposed him.
The constitution would extend to the
minority the same privileges it er
tends to the majority."
The "Friend" Motto.
"You have heard the motto: 'I'll go
to hell with my friend.' Let me offer
you a motto: 'I'll go to the brink of
hell to help pull him back.' (Applause.)
I won't say that I'll go to hell with
anybody, but I'll do my best to keep
my friend or anybody from going
At this point there was an untelllgl
bio interruption from the audience,
whereupon Judge Jones, with consid
erable force declared: "You can't scare
mo by saying booh! If any >dy things
I have feathers on my legs, he Is very
much mistaken. I am keen for the
light: I am anxious to get into It. The
supreme court was too tame and quiet
"And let me close with this, my
friends," said the speaker; Instead of;
the motto 'stand by your friends' let
mo offer you another one, 'stand by
your trust and pray that your friend
would not have you do otherwise."
Wade flood Impression.
As Judge Jones took bis seat the au
(licnce appluuded with a vim. That
his speech had made a profound im
pression was evident. A stranger in
Hampton, never before having visited
the place, he came today and present
ed Iiis cause; lie was warmly received
and the generous applause accorded
him indicated that he had made friends
in no small numbers.
comes from Dr. J. T. Curtisa. Dwight,
Kan. He writes: "I not only have cured
bad cases of eczema In my patients
with Electric Hitters, but also cured
myself by them of the same disease.
I feel cure they will benefit any case
of eczema." This shows what. thous
Rnds have proved, that Electric Hit
ters is a most effective blood purifier.
Its an excellent remedy for eczema,
tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, bolls and
running sores. It stimulates liver,
kidneys and bowels, expels poisons,
helps digestion, builds up the strength
Price 50 cents. Satisfaction guaran
teed by 1.aureus Drug Co. and Pal
metto Drug Co.
WATERLOO LETTER. ?
Waterloo, March ft.?Mesdames Hat
tie W. Anderson and Jennie A. Smith
leave this week for a visit of some
length to relatives iti Greenville.
Mr. Rex Lanford and family will
move to Waterloo, from Greenville,
in a very short time and will be as
sociated in business witli the Water
loo Cash Co. Mis. Lanford is pleas
antly remembered by Waterloo friends
as Miss Clara WillU and, she and her
husband will receive a cordial wel
come upon her return to Ihm- old home.
Mr. W. .1. McNeil was the guest of
busniess friends in Coronncn on Fri
Mr. Connor Nelson, of Clinton, de
lighted Iiis mother, Mrs. Virginia
Nelson, by a visit of several days last
Mr. W. II. Whnrton has returned
from a brief business trip to Atlanta.
Messrs. Sugcno P. Walker,- Theo
dore J. Garrctt and Merrill .1. Pearcc
leave this week for Apploton. where
they will remain for som? time en
joying the sports of hunting.
Misses Wyona Long and Minnie
Winn were attractive week-end
musts of Miss Whin's sister, Mrs.
Clyde Keller In Greenwood.
Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Harris Whnr
ton enjoyed a week-end visit to
their parents, Mr. and Mrs, Robert
". Wallace, in Newherry.
Miss Mabel Campbell is ngnin at
home, alter a stay of several weeks
Mrs. Joseph II. Shealy returned on
Monday to Saluda. aller a week's visit
to her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Mr. Hugh Hanks and family of
Savannah, will move to Waterloo at
an early date and will occupy a resi
dence on Church street. Mr. Hanks
is a nephew of the well known Cun
ningham family of "Roscmont Ma
nor'' and will lie heartily welcomed
as a resident citizen.
Mr. Clyde Keller came over from
Gr coil wood Sunday to join Mrs. Kel
ler, who is visiting her mother, Mrs.
Col. .lohn II. Whnrton spent sev
eral days this week in C.affney. Col.
Whnrton will not stand for reelec
tion as senator from this county, but
has announced himself as a candi
date for railroad commissioner. He la
a very popular camnplgner and says
he Is in the race to win.
Miss Agnes Puckott, of the Green
wood Index force, spent Sunday with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. A.'
Mr. Carl Prolitt, of Maddens Sta
tion, was tlie recent guest of Water
Mr. Clnronco Cunningham visited
Cross Mill on business Interests on
The Skovgaard Concert will be the
nest lyceum attraction and Is being
pleasantly anticipated by the music
J lovers of Waterloo, as Skovgaard i
known to he a master violinist.
A PAIR OFFER.
Your Mo lie) Rack if You're Net Satis
We pay for all the medicine used
during the trial, if our remedy falls to
completely relieve you of constipation,
Wo take all the risk. You are not obli
gated to us In any way whatever, if you
accept our offer. That's a might broad
statement, but we mean every word of
It. Could anything oe more fair for
A most scientific, common-sense
treatment is Rexall Orderlies, which
are eaten like candy. Their active
principle is a recent scientific dis
covery that Is odorless, colorless, and
tasteless; very pronounced, yet gentle
and pleasant In action, and particu
larly agreeable in every way. They do
not cause diarrhoea, nausea, flatulence,]
griping, or any inconveniece whatev
er. Rexnll Orderlies are particularly
good for children, aged and delicate
PC; v( ns.
!f you suffer from chronic or hnb't
ual constipation, or itto associate or
dependent chronic ailments, we urge
you to try Rexall Orderlies at our
risk. it-Mi oil ? ; '.u cor v;v. them In
Laurent only n't ? i store. .! 'ablets
10 cents; .10 tablets 25 cents; !?0 tab
let" ri0 een's Sold only at our store
?he Rexall Store. The Laui-ns
Drug Co., 10:? Main sticet.
Buy your clothing, hats, shoes of
Hod Iron Racker and SOV0 money. J,
c. Burns & Co., Laurens, s. c.
"Our Hat Is In The Ring!"
Our platform will be announced at this time next week in this paper*
DR. CLIFTON JON KS
Ornce In Simmons building
Phone: Office No. bti; Residence 210
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THAT OLD RELIABLE>l-cylinder, 5-passenger Model T touring Car,
unchanged^ during its four years before the public, except for a few
refinements, put on the market now $690--equipped to the last
detail. The Model T Commercial Roadster for $500. The Model T
Town Car for $900. And a new Delivery Wagon on the same Model T Chassis
for $700. These prices include full equipment: Extension Top, Automatic
Brass Windshield, Gas Lamps, Generator and Speedometer. Is there any
wonder that "When Ford Speaks the World Listens."
If this wore the announcement of a new model you might be skeptical i-: the :ar's
merits, but Ford Model T is the best known car on earth. Mote of them arc on the high
ways of the world than there are of any other motor car.
This is the fifth session of the Model T and its absolute reliability has been proven by
80,000 satisfied Model T owners. Think how that ear has been tried and tested in four
years of hard service. Kord owners in every quarter of the globe will tell you to-day that
their Model T. Cars are reliable in every emergency and of surprising efficiency and utility
under atiy'aud all coditions. After all of the millions of miles those cars have traveled,
everybody knows the Model T is right.
And that's the same sterling car that is being built for 1912?75,000 of them?with
added features which go to make it even more convenient and valuable for users. By rea
son of the largely increased production, with consequent economy in buying and making,
the price, of 1912 has been largely reduced.
W. P. HUDGENS g
LAURENS, - - SOUTH CA ROT INA X