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to desert president
I to ported in Washington That Nearly
Ml Will Flop in Cast- Taft Fails tu
Curry Now Jersey*
Washington, May 24.?The story
; leaked out here today and wan later
j conti nil od upon Rood authority that
I Southern Republicans arc preparing
? to take n Band primary on the presi
dential situation: that it' Taft loses
' New Jersey next Tuesday mass meet
j lugs will be called throughout the*;
South and that in all probability a \
grand seramble to the Roosevelt ban
ner will be made. Such a plan lino
been rumored here more or less for
several days; in fact, any one con
versant with the situation and coming
in contact with Republicans from the
South, who have been coming to
Washington recently in large num
bers to set the lay of the land, could
not help being thoroughly convinced
that an Important move of some kind
was on luind.
>lass meetings. It was learned to
day, would in all probability have
been hold before by the Southern Re
publicans but for the reason that
many of them were pledged to Taft
and they were hopeful that they might
at least carry out such pledges by
cast one ballot for him; now ft is
said that they believe he is certain to
be defeated and they desire, to make
good with the man who is likely to
get the nomination?Col. Roosevelt.
Th|j plan is to wait until the result
of next Tuesday's vote in New .Jer
sey is ascertained, and if President
Taft suffers the same fate he did ill
Ohio the members <<f the <: <> P. In
LltO south will Ret together, canvass
Llie situation and agree no longer to
support the president and go down
with a sinking ship, but to cut loose
from the wreck and make it practi
cally unanimous, so far as the South
is concerned, for Roosevelt.
After the humiliating defeat which
President Tnfi suffered In his own.
Stole, Ohio, ninny republicans who
had sworn allegiance lo his cause be
lieve (hat ?t will be useless further to
swing onto him. However, the .New
Jersey result Will tell the UVlO. 1111(1
should Taft lose there, practically
every Southern delegate lo the Chi
cago eon vent ion will, it is said, come
out squarely for Roosevelt.
P. II. McUowan.
(IK A RED (IK M CUD Ell CHARGE.
Tonnvjllf Police did not Kill Doe
Wei born Case Attracted Intense
Anderson, May 24. -In less (ban
live minutes after retiring to the jury
room the jury with the case of \V. M.
llolcomb, Justine Woolbrlght, .lames
Haldwin and I. 13, Sears, charged with
the murder of Doc Wellborn, a moun
taineer, on the night of November 12,
ll>ll, at Townvllle, this county, re
turned a verdict of not guilty.
llolcomb was chief of police of
Townvllle at the time and he. with
the assistance of three other defend
ants arrested and locked tip Wellborn
for drunkenness and disorderly con
duct. Soon after Wellborn was placed
in the guardhouse1, the calaboose was
discovered to be on lire. The build- 1
ing was completely consumed, and ?
In the ashes were found the charred
remali c of Wellborn.
A detective was engaged and lie
worked up sufficient evidence to cause
the arrest of llolcomb and his assist-]
ants. The case was called for trial I
yesterday morning and was conclud
ed late this afternoon. Many wit
nesses testified for the State and (he
The State attempted t<> prove that
Wellborn Was beaten up by the oill;
cers and that he died from the wounds
Inflicted and that the guardhouse was
fired to hide the crime. The evi
denso adduce,; did not convince the
jury that such was the ease. lor. sis ;
soon as a pen could be had, the ver
dict of nol guilty was relurned.
The case attracted intense interest
In the Townvllle section and the ses
: ions of court yesterday and today
have been largely attended, many In
dies bi ing present. The Suite.
To Whom It May Concern
Rluevale, Ont., May 4, 1910?"I was
sick for two yours wit! ? hronic bron
chitis and a consequent run down con
dition. I received no benefit from doe-,
torH or from a trip which I took for
my health, and I had to glvo up work*
Vlnol was '?ocommonded, and from the
second "bottle I commenced to lm
provo. 1 gained Inwelght and strength,
my bronchial trouble disappeared, and I
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It is tho 'combined action of tho
curative elements of the cods' liverH,
aided by the blood-making and
utrongth-creatlng properties of topic
Iron contained in Vlnol which makes
It so successful in curing bronchitis.
Vlnol is a constitutional remedy for
chronic coughs, colds, bronchitis and
pulmonary troubles?not a palliative
like cough syrups.
Try Vlnol. If yon don't think It
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? St'NDAY SCHOOL QUESTIONS. ?
(Copyright, 1310, hy Rev. T. S. Lln
scott. I). IX)
Hypocrisy and Sincerity, Matt,
Golden Text?Take heed that ye do
not your righteousness before men, to
be seen of them, else ye have no re
ward of your Father who is In heaven.
il l Verses l-i?Is it or not. and
why. always wrong to let, people know
the fact and the amount of our givings
ILM If we nive to the cause of Cod
gladly and to the extent of our ability,
should we seek to hide the fact or be
willing to have It known, and why?
(3.) Lf we give more to a good cause
when our givings are made public than
when they are not. art wc or not, and
why, necessarily hypocritical?
(4.) If we give secretly or other wise
with the expectation of being reward
ed by (Jod, Is our mothe noble or Ig
noble, and why? (This is one of the
questions Which may bo answered In
writing by members of tho club.)
<f>.) Verses 5-6?If a person prays In
public for the sake of being heard,
what sort of man is he?
(6.) If a person prays longer and
with more fervor in public than he
does in private, what sort of man Is
(7 i If Jecus here does not condemn
prayer in public, what does he con
I*.) What UI'J the benefits of private
(9.) Why is It impossible for a per
son to be a Christian who does not
have private communion With Cod?
lie.) eVrses 7-8? Whnl benefit is a
form of words in prayer, even if up.
proprlale, if tho heart and mind are
not in the leaver?
HI.) I low do you rei on'-'lie t he fact
thai Jesus prayed all night lone, with
the Instructions here gives conooru
(I2.| If tho Heavenly Father knows
what wc have need of before we ask
him, what is the need or benefit of
i I-'-.i Verso 0 ?Doos Jesus give what
we cell the Lord's Prayer as an oxajp
pie or brevity or as n form to bo used.!
(14.) Verse 9-13? What and how
many petitions doe.- the Lord s Prayer
115.) Wha.' things are we to prav for
and in what order of importance ac
cording to this model prayer?
(10.) Verses 14-1 fi?May wo take it
as literally true and without exception
thai If we forgive all those who ha\.
injured us Cod forgives us? dive your
i I 7. i It we do not forgive rttlu rs, but
pray earnestly to (Sod to forgive us,
what will be the result?
(18,) Verses 16-18?Whv is it thai
fasting is very rarely taught in these
119.) What is Iho benefit of fasting?
(20.) Is fasting' in the way Jesus
here directs obligatory upon Chris
Lesson for Sunday. Juno 1912.
Hearing and Doing. Luke \ i ::i p.).
Mlble Question (Tub
I have rend the Suggestive ()u?>k- i
! tions on the Sunday School Losson
I published in The Advortiser, also
j lesson Itself for Sunday
I . II? ? ? I
(Date) the series of 52.
j Address .
\ our Questions Inswcred,
If you would like to ha\o answered
any particular question each or any
week from "The Suggestive Questions
on the Rundn) School Lesson" by Rev.
Dr. Linscolt, send in your request to
this office, giving the date of the los
.-ton and the number of the question
you wish answered. You may select
any question except the one Indicat
ed that "It may be answered in writ
ing by members of the club.'' Dr.
Llnscott win Answer the questions
either In these columns or by mall
through this offb r. Don't forget to
state what benefit theue "Suggestive
Questions" are to you. Give your full
name and address. Send your Utters
to "The Question Kditor of The Ad
yertiuHr, Laurens, S. C."
Scholarship and Kntmnro
The examination for the award of
vacant scholarships In Winthrop Col
lege and for the admission of new BtU
dents will be held at the County Court
house on Friday, July at 0 a. m.
Applicants must be not less than fif
teen years of age. When Scholarships
are vacant after July 5 they will bo
awarded to thoso making tho highest
average at this examination, provided
they meet the conditions governing
tho award. Applicants for scholar
ships should write to President John
son before the examination for Schol
arship examination blanks.
Scholarships are worth $100 And
free tuiflon. The next session will op
en September 18, 1912. For further
Information and catalogue, address
Pres. ?. ft. Johnson, "Rock Hill, 8. C.
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Grand Son of CHESTER DARE 10
Will stand for Season of 1912 at $20.00 to insure
standing colt. Limited to 50 approved mares.
Childress Live Stock Co.'s Stables
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^ Here can be seen ilso a line <>f Ladies' Miss< and
? Children's Sunshades in light Tans, Colored Hordel I.)res
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J> Unc- me found Ladies' pUTC Silk HoSC in 1 '
' White at 50 cents.
' Ladies' Black I.isle Hose having elasticity mad< with
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A special ntltllber in Misses fine ribbed lisle Hose
w these als'i come in black and white in extra lengths so
k much in demand. .See them.
k Ladies' long Berlin (/loves at 25 cents and 50 cents
^ in Silk at $1.00 and $1.50 a pair at
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