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CROSS HILL NEWS
Cross Hill, Aug. 12?Dr. and Mrs.
Campbell Davenport of Augusta, are
with his mother, Mrs. N. B. Davenport.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Boyce and chil
dren visited relatives near Clinton last
Miss Pearl Anderson of Coronaca Is
spending a few days with Miss Mary
Miss Cleo Walker of Laurens is with
her people here for a visit.
The Oreudal mill team of Greenwood
played Cross Hill on the diamond here
Dr. J. D. AuHtin and son, Willie C,
were Ctobs Hill visitors lust Wednes
day and Thursday.
Miss filinor Des-Portes came Satur
day to visit Mrs. H. L. McSwaln and
Mrs. Dr. Miller.
Mr. R. A. Austin is afruld the red
spider has attacked u field of his cot
ton. The plant seems to bo dicing at
one spot and all around It seems to be
affected, three or four acres. He sent
a sample plant to Clemson Saturday
to have It tested and to see If there Is
This correspondent enjoyed meeting
the candidates Saturday and sent some
account of the meeting which will be
seen in another column.
Work on the farm Is at a stand-still
Just now. Darkles are ull "a-guyne to
Prof, and Mrs. C. W. McSwaln and
little daughter of Clemson College
came Saturday to visit his people here.
The many friends of Mr. M. T. Simp
son are sorry to know of bis continued
Mr. I.Minion Reeder is doing a good
business here canning vegetables. We
mentioned this industry In our lust
week's letter, and since then this
correspondent decided to take over
some tomatoes to have canned. We
expected to see some expensive outfit
rigged up in an extra building with
boiler and other apparatus. We were
fairly woll acquainted with that part
of town and pnssed by Mr. Reeder
home looking for the can-jcry. We
were directed to call at Mr. Reeder's
home, and found thnt the whole busi
ness is operuted in the stove room on
a large stove, and Mrs. Reeder can
manage it all when he Is away. Sev
eral bushels of tomatoes were brought
In while we were there and the goods
canned and sealed were being deliver
ed. It Is wonderful how a little
thoughtfulness on the part of people
who are not afraid to work, can help
out a community. There is room for
ther Industrie? here.
Mr. S. A. French left last week for
Columbia to make that city bis home.
He has been u citizen of our town for
about three years and has made many
Mr. Hassell Miller of Whltmlre Is
with his parents, Mr. und Mrs. W. M.
Miller. He Is suffering with tonsllltls.
Tylersville, Aug. 12.?P. B. Kilgore,
of Greenville, delivered a very inter
esting sermon at Sandy Springs Sun
Misses Lulu and Janle Donnun have
returned home from an extended visit
to relatives in Ashevllle. N. C.
Mr. Dick Poole and family, of Bno
ree, spent Sunday afternoon with Mr.
T. P. Poole and family.
Miss Virginia Wells, of White Stone,
is the attractive guest of Misses Lulu
and Lucy Donnan.
Mr. Martin- Poole visited relatives
near Woodruff last week.
Messrs. W. C. Winters and B. W.
Blakeley spent Sunday with Mr. W. I).
Byrd and family.
Misses Janie and Amanda Glenn vis
ited their sister, Mrs. F. W. Little
Miss Grace Poole Is visiting her
.cousin, Miss Fne Tucker near Wood
Dr. S. F. Blakely and Mr. Fu a
Poole spent Sunday with Mr. J. W.
Donnan and family.
Misses Mary and Lula Little de
lightfully entertained the Y. L. S. C. on
last Thursday evening. Dellclous re
freshments were served by Misses
Amanda and Jennie Glenn. Miss Mar
garet Philpot of Columbia, entertain
ed the guests with dellghtrul music.
Everyone reports a fine time.
Miss Esma McCoy, who has been
visiting Miss Llllle Peterson, returned
to her home at St. Charles, Monday.
Mrs. T. P. Poole and daughter. Fan
nie, attended a picnic at Cedar Shoals
Mrs. J. C. Philpot and daughter.
Margaret of Columbia, are visiting rel
Misses Lizzie and Lydia Sloan spent
Saturday with the Misses Peterson.
Mr. W. S. Gunsalus, a farmer living
I near Fleming, Pa., says he has used
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dia
rrhoea Remedy in his family for four
teen years, and that he has found It
to be an excellent remedy, and takes
pleasure in recommending It. For sale
by all dealers.
SOMETHING ABOUT IRA B. JONES
It in right that the people of South
Carolina should know the fact about
the candidates In the race for gover
nor before the 27th. of August becauso
no one cun vote properly unless he
votes Intelligently and to vote Intelli
gently one must know the record of
the candidates. This article Is writ
tun to let the people know more about
Ira B. Jones.
Few people know tbut Judge Jones
Is u man of the people. He is proud
of the fact that In Newbery County,
where he was born, there are still
people living who remember that his
faihei ?vut> & respected carpenter and
his mother assisted her husband in
the support of the fumlly by sewing
for the neighbors.
As Student and Young Luwyer.
Almost from childhood Ira B. [
Jones looked at lifo seriously. His
schoolmates remember that often in
the afternoon when they were at play
be would go in early to study for bis
classes the next day, and they testify |
to the fact that he gave early prom
ise of becoming an upright man and
a useful citizen.
By careful study and by taking ad
vantage of such meager opportuni
ties as were offered, he obtained a
fair education. Schools were not
then what they are now and that la
probably the reason why Judge Jones
remembering his own difficulties and
wishing to smooth the road for other
poor boys, declared that as governor
"The Improvement and development
of the common schools shall have my
keen interest and hearty support."
It would he easy to tell and might
be interesting to hear how young
Jones having gotten an education
moved to Lancaster county and began
the practice of law. How clients came
slowly at first and how later having
inspired the confidence of the people
In his home town he acquired a large
ami paying practice. What we are
chiefly interested in, howevr, is his
In 1890 Ira B. Jones was elected to
the legislature from Lancastercounty
and it is evident that he was widely
known and that his ability had been
recognized, for he was at once made
chairman of the ways and means com
mittee of the bouse and was later
elected Its speaker. Those were stir
ring times, for the great reform move
ment had just swept over South Caro
lina and party spirit ran high. Sen
ator Tlllman, then governor, was In
stituting inatty needed reforms and
Judge Jones, as speaker of the house,
did efficient service. Be it said to his
credit, however, that although the
whole state was aroused by political
animosities, Judge Jones so conduct
ed himself as to receive the hearty
applause of frleilds and at the same
time, by his fairness, be won the re
spect and confidence of those who had
been his political opponents.
It came, therefore, as a natural re
ward for service that in 180G be was
elected associate justice of the high
est court in the state. It may be men
tioned in passing that bis present op
ponent lu the race for governor sec
onded his nomination and voted for
htm for associate justice. Having
served twelve years as associate Jus
tice, in 1909, upon the retirement of
Chief Justice Pope, Judge Jones was
elevated to the position of chief jus
tice, which is the highest judicial po
sition In the gift of the state.
It may be truthfully said that no
Judge In South Carolina In many years
has enjoyed greater reputation both
[for ability and honesty than Ira B.
Jones. The same industry and con
scientious performance of duty which
wa? DOtlce&ble in him as a younK man
have characterized his work as a
He has been the recipient of honors
from his fellow men .and the emolu
ments of office, but the satisfaction of
a hard day's work well done has ever
been his best reward.
Amont; the charges hurled at Judge
Jones by bis political opponent Is that
he has leaned toward corporations.
Sufllce It to say that as attorney he
never represented a corporation and
as a Judge he repeatedly upheld largo
verdicts against the corporations. In
the case of Rhodes against the Gran
by Cotton Mills of Columbia, he up
held a verdict for $8,000.00 In favor
of Rhodes on the ground that there
was evidence that he had been unjustly
discharged and blacklisted by the cot
ton mills. The verdict which he sus
tained against the railroads would run
up into the hundreds of thousands of
dollars, there being one verdict
against the Southern Rail ray Company
for $25,000 and many others for large
He has never leaned either toward
or against corporations, but his de
cisions and rulings have been those of
what every judge sould be?just and
fair to all.
As Citizen, Lawyer, Legislator,
Judge and Chief of Justice, Ira. B.
Jones has "Made Good." He has llvod
an upright moral life; is a consclen
clous member of the Associate Re
formed Presbyterian Church, Is tem
perate in his habits, and has measur
ed up to all the requirements of a true
and useful man. It should be remem
bered that this man who is now be
fore the people in the race for Gov
ernor has never in his life been charg
ed with anything unbecoming the
highest and best citizen until his op
ponent brought charges against him.
The absurdity of these charges can
best be shown by the fact that Cole
L. Blcase himself voted for Judge
Jones for United States Senator in
1909 with such men as Frank B, Gary,
LeGrand Walker, J. L. Coker and oth
er high men. To try to make South
Carolinians believe that this man who
has been their judge believes In so
ciel equality between the races Is so
evidently a trick to catch votes as
to need no exposure.
Ira B. Jones is no political experi
ment, and as a governor, he may be
counted on to give the people the same
honest, faithful and Intelligent ser
vice which has always characterized
his work in their behalf.
Dials, Auk. 112. ?Miss Jennie Grif-1
lln and sister, Mrs. Martin, have re
turned to their home in Greenville,
after visiting Misses Addle and Ruth
Miss Jennie Bdyd Of Fountain Inn, is
visitiiiK Miss Marie Simmons.
Miss Addle Curry haa returned to
the "Mountain City", after spending
her vacation at the home of her par
Mr. Gasper Fowler, and sisters,
Misses Myrtle, and Bessie are the
guests of Mr. D. I). Harris and fami
Mi: >!s Alicen, and Marie J.angston.
of Laurens are the guests of Misses
Kate and Klleen Curry.
Mr. Wellie Abererombie of TIender
sonville spent the week-end with Mr.
i). i). Brownlee.
Mr. Clyde Curry, leaves Wednesday
for California, where he will enter
Mr. James Robertson, of llonea I'ath
is spending a while with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. /. N Nabors end chil
dren, of Columbia, are visiting Mrs. J.
S. Brooks and family.
Mrs. Truesdnle, and children, of
Charleston, nre spending a while with
Mr. W. C. Curry and family.
Miss Lina Bolt, of Greenville spent
a few days last week with Miss Sallle
Miss Bather Dorroh of Gray Court
spent several days with Miss Cecil
Owlngs last week.
Miss Alleen Willis, after a short
visit with her aunt, Mrs. Hattie Wil
lis, has returned to her home In Gray
The protracted meeting closed at
Dials Sunday night, between 50 and
75 persons having united with the
church. Mr. Harris is an eloquent
preacher, and the power wus felt at
every service. No one can enumerato
the good accomplished. He left Mon
day for Rlpley, Tenn., where ho will
be with Rev. Plckette, another noted
evangelist. It is to be hoped Mr. Har
ris will return in the future, as he
leaves here many friends.
LIVER GETTING LAZY?
DON'T STOP WORKING
Take Dodson's Liver Tone and (Jo
About Your Business. It will Liv
en Up Your Liver Without Harm.
A bllloui attack or constipation can
be reite-'?' . In a short while by a spoon
ful of Dodson's Liver Tone, the mild
vegetable remedy that every druggist
Just ask Laurons Drug Co. about
Dodson's Liver Tone. They know
that it is a harmless preparation that
starts the liver without violence and
puts you Info shape without interfer
ing with yonr habits. This store guar
antees it to be all that, and will give
you your money back if you don't
find Dodson's Liver Tone gives you
quick, easy relief.
Dodson's Liver Tone is for both
grown-ups and children. It has a
pleasant taste, and Is safe and re
liable. The price is 50 cents for a
large bottle, and your 50 cents back
to you If you tell I^aurens Drug Co.
that It hasn't been a benefit to you.
"Wore all medicines as meritorious
as Chamberlain'*, Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy the world would be
much better off and the percentage of
suffering greatly oecreafed," writes
Lindsay Scott, of Temple, Ind. For
sale by all dealers.
Pea Ridge, Aug. 12.?Misses Ada
Taylor and Leah Martin of Clinton
were the guests of Mrs. Victor Weath
ers last week.
Miss Nenie Taylor visited Mrs. Jim
Mrs. Steve Taylor, of Laurens, visit
ed Mrs. G. P. Goodwin Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Owlngs, of Barksdale,
visited the latter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William Jennings, last week.
Mrs. Victor Weathers and Miss Ada
Taylor spent Wednesday with Mrs.
O. P. Goodwin.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bailey, of Green
ville, are visiting their parents, Mr,
and Mrs. R. O. Halrston.
Miss Niecy Tompson, of Slmpson
VtUe, is visiting her grandmother, Mrs.
Misses Lizzie Sloan and Lucy Don
nan spent Friday ylth Mrs. .1. Reld
"I was cured of diarrhoea by one
dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes M, E.!
Gebhardt, Oriole, Pa. There Is noth
ing better. For sale hy all dealers.
\ollce of Election*
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Whereas, petitions signed by a legal
number of the qualified electors and
free-holders residing in Ora school dis
trict No. 12, Laurens county, South
Carollnna, asking for an election upon
the question of voting an additional
2 mill *;ix upon the property in said
school district to be used for school
purposes, have been filed with the coun
ty board of education, an election is
hereby ordered upon said question,
that election to be held on the 29 day
of August, 1912, at L. P. Blakley's
store In said district, under the man
agement of the trustees of said school
Only such electors as return real or
personal property for taxation and
who exhibit thir tax receipts and reg
istration certificates as required in the
general election shall be allowed to
Those favoring the 2 mill additional
tax vote a ballot containing the word
"YES" written r printed thereon.
Those against the 2 mill additional
tax shall vote a ballot containing the
word "NO" written or printed th'v'eon.
Polls shall be open at the hour of 8
o'clock in the forenoon and shf?ll re
main until the hour of 4 o'clock in the
afternoon when they shnll be closed,
and the ballots counted.
The trustees shall report the re
suit of the election to the county au
dltor and county superintendent of ed
ucation within ten days thereafter.
GEO. L. PITTS,
3-2t-2 By order of County Board
6 Cakes Palmolive Soap at 15 cts
1 Jar Palmolive Cream at 50 cts
ALL FOR eOcts^
This offer is good for a Snort time only as we
were allowed to buy only a small quantity on this
LAURENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
Store and lot. Also nice new dwelling of
Jno. M; Moore. Store near Laurens Mill. Good
proposition?see us at once.
Splendid lot and three room House on Sullivan
street opposite Mr. J. J. Pluss at a bargain.
Good House and lot on Martin Street.
Fine Farm known as Polly Franks place, four
miles above Laurens, near Greenville and Laurens
road. 100 acres worth the money we can sell it
Home Trust Co.
N. B. DIAL, C. H. ROPER,
President. Sec. & Treas.
LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA
EARLY FALL GOODS COME DAILY
Just about Four Weeks before School begins. Now
is the time to get School Dresses for Girls and Waists
for Boys. You will find this Department complete at
We have determined to make the Fall of 1912
the largest in the history of Switzer Company. So we
figure that the Bargains we will have is to be the best
we have ever offered.
28-in Schoo! Boys Ohambreysi (\ 1912 Outings, lir/ht nattems* *>
27-in Utility Gingham, light i f\
and dark patterns for Fall * vv
Foile DuNord Ginghams, all inl
new pat. worth 15c, here ^?2
le, worth i g\d
12 Vi cents here for
36-in Windsor Percale, wortnJQ^%
Brown Linon from 12 cents UPEJQ?
for night gowns, 12Kc here*W^
36-in Wool Whip Cord...... 50c
-in White Co]
25 cents, now
25 cents, now .
28-in White Corduroy, wortn2Q^
27-in White Poplin wortn20c
Always come to this store to do your shopping and
when you get home you will have more Goods and
better Goods for the same amount of money.
Laurens, South Carolina