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Laurens, S. C.
ALSON LEE President
W. (;. LANCASTEIt vice-Pres.
ARTHUR-IVE Sec. and Treas.
- ertising Rates on Application.
Obituaries and Card of Thanks: One t
cent a word.
Entered at the postottice at Laurens,
A . C., as second elass mail matter.
JAL EN8, S. C.. MAY 20, 19-.
The Advertiser will be glad to
receive the local news of all the
communiltes in the county. Cor
respondents are requested to
sign their names to the contri
butions.. Letters should not be
malted later than Monday morn.
"Old Man -llip-Pockel Ilistol" ot this
coun11ty. 1has atioth(r1I notch Oil Ills gun.
"Does anybody know wihat Is be
come of T. U. Vaughn" asks The New
Or 1larry Thaw?
The titme is a-bout here again for
the "sweet. things" to read tlhose rib
hon-hedecked essays and graduate,
bless tieir hearts.
Laurens is going out ukitter Sole
town's scalp inl tie fit rialn's tournia
ment this year. Ss(ee picture of our
titw "tr-tII ightenvr" i-" r
Col. Henry Wattersoa says the
"solid Sol t" is a thing of ithe past.
So is tie "Volid North." It is better
So.- -Columbia Record.
FPolid Comfort, ell!
YeS, .Jaks was there with the ,oods,
alright, alright, but 'we lost that little
<lipping last week. Reln stood by the
:.-ons to tle last ditch. it tIien, Cross
I lill and Clinton vere alw:tys there too
with a "pincli lilt" whe i sc os couLt
(,I. Bnt .-acks wont Do:n1oert ic, 2s
A tAt GH OP COW.\ ltl""1.
Soeii4 people (.;11rry pi.dOols to kill in
VlaFO of , .ny sotof dlifliculty whlile
other.- carv th n he'-use they think
it. is hl ha v I t ini ; to do. The lat
ter el1:133, younl 1 Ml 4 a ms y, have
an idea t;at tt ( i;ry a loadli gun~ ini
7ThCe1r p1-ot is anl evidtence of cour
age. Theyc relly consi'ler the other
young fllows who -corn ite idea as
weaklings anid cowards. We have
kiown of many tsuch. The first class,
hose who cairry 14istols with deadly in
tent, genterally r'ealize their lntentions
aitd the latter1 class, little dtreanming
that thtey will ever really shoot. any
ody, comet to the samefl end, oftentimes.
On the momtent's impulse the deoadly
weap~jon 1s wipp~iOd outt, ptosslibly a
hitherto lif'elonig friend is killed,
a widIow donts -mouriting, children
ar matt~de orphtans, famiiles are
diisgracedI atnd somtetimles legal
puinishmient and always lifo-lontg
remt~orse enisues, whlen a flaticuiff,
sutcceedled by apiologies anid hiand
shiakes9, iniglht. have followed. ILws
n! one will ever hte inzeffectu al in dleal -
iint w ith the habi itLuali pistol -tx~ter', hut
oiutspok en coitdemnztat ion of thte ahonm
inabl!e IhabitI. will aecompl)Iih inuich.
Whtetn (arryintg at conc'ealced guni is con1
sidered at baidge of cowardlice, -as it cor'
t1ai13y is. rathier than ai sign of cou r
a go the abdilt will be ireduitced and) aui
tomattica Iy thle homicbides lthat go w ith
Will Tieach in (1olumbb.
Miss Doireas On Imes, whIo Iis Iaught
in thte Ijurents Graded School for a
number~ of years, htas been elected ai
teacher* in the city schiools of Columt
bia. and will mtake that city her htonae
next winter'. Thelg news willI be re
(c'Ieie with great sorrow in I jaurens
by her many friends antd bty all who
work as a teachler'10 has ben etxcel
tlinally fine antd it goes without. ay
lng that shie will he a great asset to
then schools of ColumbIa.
I,iama P'aty at Mt. Pleoasaunt.
Thtere will be a Ian tparty at the c
home of Mr's. tietty -Reid next Sat
utrday evening, May 2'mrd. During the
evenintg thle Laidies Misionary society
will servo ice cream and cake. The
i'eceipts of the sale will beo given tor
"Uncoa iAd" -Ia tile title of' a very c
humorous litle play that will be put 1
on at an early date for the benefit of d
the boy scoutn. Practices will begin
in a few days and tbn show will -be I
given in neveral weeks.I
DEATH OF JOHN A. MADDEN.
No'R Known Citizen of Madden Vicini
ty Died In the Early Part of Last
Mr. John A. Madden. a well known
itizen of the Madden vicinity, died at
Lis home last Monday evening after a
ingering illness during which his life
iad been several times dispaired of.
ikillful treatment and tender care by
oved ones had done -much to prolong
ife, so when the end came it was not
inexpected. The funeral services
vere held at Mount Pleasant Tuesday,
lie .pastor, Rev. J. A. Brock, conduct
ng them. Many friends and relatives
vho sincerely mourned his loss at
ended tho body to the grave.
Mr. Madden was a well-to-do citi
en and successful farmer. Ile was
man of the highest integrity and
konor and enjoyed the respect of all
vho knew hin. His death is a blow
0 the community in which lie lived.
le is survived by his wife and live
hildren, as follows: Mrs. Tiimer
nan, of Edgefleld; Mrs. Ca!cutt, of
kugtista; Mabry, Erastus an(1 A. B.,
vlo live at the home place. Two sis
ers and one brother also survive him,
is follows: Mis. Martha Madden. M rs.
A". P. Turier and Mr. Pat. laddent.
Special largains af Miniers.
Spectal bargalis it Flaxonl. Shladowl
sices, 'arasols aid I'mbirelhis and
ladies' Suits will be given at Minter
?omlnpaniy's Friday aind im aturday of
hi, week. On account of a busy day,
ye were unable to write an al in time
o get il The A'lvertiser. Watch for
)ir ad in The Herald Friday.
TO HEGIN WORK ON H1OTEL.
hetinite Plans Made to Ileinodel Hotel
Propert.y as Sooun 11, Material can be
(Gotlen on the Grotund.
lDr. 11. K. Alkeit slated yesterday
hat the owilers of Ithe Kiig !lotel
1iroperty had ent 'el into an agree
nlelit with .1. F. Melityre. of Woodruff
or the reimtodelinug of the hotel 1d
tores iiuderneathi. Work will begin
uA as soon as iaterial enn be gotten
)m1 tile groluind. I 'lants have already
>eln drawn aind ordrs given for the
The planls Call for such imniprove
non ts inl the bulldiig as were told of
[I a r(eit issue of this paper. Instead
>f adding to the height of tie build
ng, twenty--fou' rooms wvill be adidedd
in the renr. Eight of them will be for
;aiipl a rooms an(d sixteen for be ad
oomis. Private hatIts will he piroviI
'.( for a large numbe1;kr of" the new~v
'00-11m as we. I as soteei of the1v roolms of
Ihe proeIt building. 'T'le entire
'ront wvill bip takeni down andl a new,
)i'essed brick froit ut1 Iii in. The loh
)y Will he elahr. ed rnId I'urnllishll inl
mI10h a mnneut r as to comapare faIIr
ibly with itrels of other cities of this
lize. The store-r'ooils iml the buiiilding
vill also be r nodeled. It. i; esti mat
d that the total cost of Ihie work Will
me around $20.000. The owiers of
lie building exPet to asme 1uper
risioni of Ithe construction, stating that
10 eontra':ct will be madie for the work.
Spelling Matchm at Eden.
An old time "Spelling flee" will lie
mold at Eden school Saturday unight,
>eginitng at 8 o'clock. The public is
nvlted to attend. No admission fee
viii be charged.
WA'TTS MII,haa *
\Wtts Mill, May 18.---Rev. U. C.
ledgepet h is ntow attend(1iig the
ithierni Iaisi't coniveintion ut Nash
Thie tinion meetineg whih i vll meet
vith Lucas Ave itaptist churich Iridauy
ofore the 5th S'inday is looked( for
~ardi to with much inrtei'est. The
omes10 foir the dielegates; are assignedl
Warlor' Creek---W. G. Golightly.
Lanfor'd--. if. Stewart.
New I larmtony-Wi-3Vllie JIeniiings.
L.angston--Rev. (1. C'. Iledgepelth.
A series of meetings will begin at.
hiis place on Su nd ay Ma y 2 Ith, con
aitdi by R ev. U. ('. lIedgepeth andia
tov. Mr. Lewis. At thle elose of thle
inioun imeet ing theoy will lie assisted bys
tev. Rt. J1. Willims otf Greenville.
J. M. Moore and family, C. S. Mar'tiin
,id family, Mi's. \V. A. Moore nnd1(
hildren1 and Miss Mary Mar'tin all
islte~d at the home of Mr. (1. N. Moore
ni Sunday afternoon.
Master Luther WValdrop is sick at
The little son of Mr. J. P. Stroud
vho has been sick for several days is
OW able1 to lie tip again.
M's. Janie West has been r'eah sick
or several days.
Mrs. M. HI. Stallings and little sont,
f eiaorce, visitedl ait the home of Mirs.
t. Hf. Donaldson Satuirdaty and Stun
Mr's. Rt. E. Thompson and little son,
truce spent Monday with Mrs. Rt. H-.
8 - 8
9 STATE PRESS COMMENT. 8
John 31. Cannon.
In the death of Col. John M. Can
non of Laurens. South Carolina has
sustained the loss of a worthy so,
The very manner of his death, as well
its the last words which passed his
lps, testifies in no uncertain terms
to what those who knew him know
that he was a Southern gentleman un
afraid-and that is all that can he said
itf any man.
The writer had known John Canl
non inl an olicial capacity and per
sonally since Col. Cannon began the
lprautieu of law. At that time, some
nine years ago, the writer was court
stenograplier. recently appointed, and
Col. Cannon had just come to the Lau
rens bar. A warm friendship began,
which has lasted and will last.
Col. Cannon was a man who made
rriendships and who held them be
nause he deserved them. lie was )o)
lar because he deserved popularity.
lie wvas i man of honor and integrity,
tid he had the confidence of all who
IIIi death will lie sincerely mouirneld,
not ontly in LTattrPens County, but
thiroughout this state.-"J. K. A." in
\'ewherry I erald and News.
'i'l-ed of Indecency.
Another thing we may learn Is that
>itr common voters, fathers of clean
,hilidren, whom they wish to bring up
:n a respectable man ner, do not wish
is their leaders vulgar men, given to
Itrinking whiskey and indulging all
iorts of social vices and making a
mast of it.
They want clean. upright men who
lo not go arouid and tell stories to
xcite laughter which cani not be print
One More Tragedy.
It is not for The State to inquire
nto the specitle and particular causes
wherehy .Jonli M. Cantnon cane to
1us death. That is for the jury and
Buit this we shall say: South Ca'o
ia olught to have a clilization under
vhiich such trageldies wotild not occur
-or occir so rarely at least that. they
wvould stagger the people of tle state
Wvith their horror. We ate not u ac
u1tstoied to such deplorable tragedies
iere in South Carolina---"'Tis true 'tIs
iity a llit y 'tis 't Is true."
.olin M. (atimon was a country boy
in 2:iaurens coutity whose parents
were poor and who doulibtless itadi
maiy a siaretifice to eduente him. It,
had ine intelligence antd a good pres
ence: lie imlade rapid progress at lthe
bar, he lad abilily. he was a manl of
vootl habits anid ie muade frieids.
ie was a young timatn of promintienie,
hev was ach1vig rfess-iona'l "luc
(ess. ie left behinid a youig wife
The you ng tmian who slew h1i iIs the
representat lve of a family that has
been identified with the history of
I .aurienis for many yearis, thait has
giveni to the setvice of the State ini
Iteace andl wrar men of ranik andl st a
t ion. He is himiself a man of intelli
gence andl some prominenice-lately a
(atndidate for the legislature.
Certainly niot for a long, long time
have conditionis bleen such in South
f'arolina that lire is safe. Men have
tbeeni slaughtered, with or without ex
ruse, in dozenis aind hiundredls, every
yeatr sn)ce the wvar between the States
Were the list of wvives made wid
awvs andi childlren madle orphans in
miortal cotmbhat between armied white
mieni in thIs state duiring the last
en or t wenty or fifty years, pritntedl
In a newspa per, It would apipal andl
hock our people.--The state.
OFF TO CONVENTION.
Qunestion as to Delegate to Fill outi
TIermi oi Late .lohtn M. ('annon.
Messrs. RI. A. Cooper. \V. C. Irbiy, W.
b. Gray, J. H. Miller. W. IT. Drum-ii
niotnd, J1. H. Johnson and~ J1. HI. Whar-t
oni, delegates from this coiitty to the
;tate dletmocratic convention, willl lie
ni (Columbia110 today to attendl the ses
ins of that hody. The late Johnt M.
'annioni was itlIso a delegate from thIs
,oity. WVhat provIsIon will he made
o iUlh thle vacanney Is not definitely
nOwn., bitt ini all probability Mr.
:nunon's suc (cessor wvill Ibh chosen by
'The dlelegptionit goes instruictedl to
tappotse any changes whatsoever in the
Who' W1ill lbe Chairnman?
Ily the death of JIohn M. Cannton, tihe
coutnty evenutive commIttee is left
without a chairman. There seems to
lbe some dliversity of opinion as
to how hisa successor should be
n~hosen. )"ut ' it if, woo' generally
agreed that a sugecessor shd. he
nheeted '' be cominitteO itself. In thie
rnse, severol of tjne members of th<
sommi'a "oulq have to get togeth
nr to cr't -- m0'Otin'g before the elec
ton emt"' n #end. The rules of thu
parJty. nre ot very definite onthes
BANKEtS KAPTUltE EONTSST.
A Well-fought Batte Ended with no
Deaths and Only a Few Wounded.
It was advertised as a baseball con
test: it proved to be a contest for the
world's marathon championship, the
score being Just 17 to 20 in disfavor
or the Gilkerson Boarders. It hap
ilened on Main Street Pea Patch and
ended when the sun quit. The Dank'
ers Association was supposed to play
the Dean-Maters, but ithe aforesaid
Kush Captors imported a few ball
players nad thereby hangs a tale and
the reason for their victory. The Red
Ink Artists were there with the chat
tels when it came to shoving the pill
out of the lot. Their ability to knock
the cover off the ball was the only re
deeming feature on their side. Now
and then they stopped a ball-that is,
when they couldn't dodge it. On the
other hand their opponents starred in
every branch of the game except scor
ing and hitting. Modesty prevents our
War Correspondent from saying thht
the Boarders had by far the best team
and stood in wetl with the umpire
Jedge Eichelberger starred at the
bat for the money gang, getting only
one lilt, while Josephius Smith carried
off the stick honors for the G. IT B.,
letting himself down without a single
Entered ieal Estate Business.
Tlie friends here of J. ' Duncan
Adams, until recently United States
mar1ishlIall, v.ill be interested to know
that he has entered the real estate
business iII Charleston.
Health a Factor in Suceess.
The largest factor contributing to
a man's success is undoubtedly health.
It has been observed that a man is
seldom siek when his bowels are reg
ular-he is never well when they are
constipated. For consti Jation you
will find nothing quite so good as
Chamberlain's Tablets. They not on
ly move the bowels but improve the
appetite and strengthen tile digestion.
They are sold by all dealers.
SCliOL.\lISillP and ENTRANCE
The examiiat ion for the award of
aeant scholarships in Wiithrop Col
lege and for the admission of new
stldeits will be held at the county
('ourt llouse oi Friday, . lly :1, it 9
i. in. Applicants must not he less
than sixteen years of age. When
Seholarships are vacant after .1uly 3
they will be awarded to those making
tle highest average at this examina
tion, providel they meet tile condi
tions governing the award. AIpli
cants for Scholarships should write to
President, .lohnisoni before the exam
ination for S icholarslip exam i1inat ion
Scholarships are worth $100 and
fiee titioln. Thle iext sessioni will
open SIeptemnber 16), 1911. For further
informatlion an(1 entalogue, address
Pres. 1). It. Johnson, Rock 11111, S. C.
For Rent-Filly "(uipped black
s mith and11 generali replair shiop, or
wvoud1( irie right mani. S. N. Crisp,
.\lountville, S. C. 413-If
For Sale-00,000 pure Nancy Hall
Potato Plants fr'omi Florida. 30 cents
per hundred. Madden City Restau
rant, phone 230. 4i3-2t
A gents Wanted-We wanit a ireliabl e
man or w'oman in Laaur'ens to look af
totr renewals andl new subscriptions to
M\etropolitan, "the liv~est mnagazine in
Anmrica." Th'ie wvork may be done in
spare time-a fewi hours each wveek.
iber'al pay3 for whatever t ime is put
in., No inv~estimnt or bond required,
no preovius ex perienee necessary. Full
instrucetionis and~ suppilies sent free,
(Give two'( references. Desk i4, Met
ropolitan .\lagazine, Newv York. *i3-.2t
iFor Sale-Will .1 at. a bargain, one
four-burner New Perfection oil cook
ing stove--good as now. Also one
miedliutn size safe. For futrther lpar
ticular's see iD. M1. Norwood, Laurens,
8'. C. 43-It
For Rient-One S-room house two
stories high on Chestnut street. WVater,
Ilihts antd all modern Conveniences.
App~ily to W. L. GIray, Laurmens, S. C.
Notice to niachinery owners. Have
your mach iner'y repairmedl by an exper't
maclinest. iDelays ar'e dlanger'ous anid
expenisive. Priccs moderate andl work
gua ranteedh. ('ottoin gins a specialty.
Add ress l0. 0. 1 lenitz, Clinton, S. C.
Summer School--Parents of chtil
dIrcn dlesirinig futrther coachinig ini
theirm studies dur ming the summer
inonthis should a pply to Mliss lImily
.\eng or MIss Alay D~elle' iarre. 4i2-2t
For Sale-Gentle eight year old1 bay
horse and ncai-ly newv rubber tir'e
buggy. Also good br'oke twvo year 01ld
colt. I also make a business of break
ing young, meani, kicking or balking
horses. Ghuaran teed satisfactioni or
no pay. 10. C. Thomas, Laurens, S.
and registered. Will stand for this
season at Martin's stable, Laurens, S.
C. Pedigree furnished to those inter
ested. Guaranteed -liviflg colt, $20.00.
W. L. Teague and L. W. Mar'tin.
Chieken Exchange--Breeders and
~neiers to make this column the
4cl'en and egg exchange for Lau
S~-ale-oicest pea-vine hasy,
e 'i fodder, at prevailing prices.
apply to Watts Mills Office.
APPLIED RULE OF REASON.
Magistrate Crews and Clerk rower
Change the Marriage Cereniony.
The General Conference of the
Southern Methodist church has made a
change'in the marriage service of that
great denomination. Where the pre
siding minister formerly pronounced r
the newly married pair "man and
wife" he must in the future pronounce
them "husband and wife." Some ch lnge
in 'marriage ceremonies has been go
Ing on in this vicinity also. Magis
trate Crews, in conspiracy with Clerk t
of Court Power, has Inaugurated the
"rule of reason" in their marriage
ceremonies, as will be gathered by the t
latest pronouncement of the learned
magistrate in the last ease of that
kind to conic under his jurisdiction.
When the happy young pair came be
fore the "jedge" Monday morning, and
asked him to perform the ceremony
that would make them "happy ever t
afterwards", the acute legal mind of
the township magistrate was taxed for t
the moment to meet the situation for
he remembered that lie had lost his
"ceremony". Confident, however, of
the resourcefulness of the genial clerk
in a case Involving such momentous
issues, -Judge Crows applied to him to
driaw up ia proper bill-of-fare for the
occasion. Reaching for his faithful 1
plen, Clerk Power went at the propo
sition with gloves off and put across
a marriage ceremony that the United I
Rtates supreme court itself would fall
in love with. Having in mind the
great conflict that has waged back and
forth for many years over the word L
"obey" In the 'marriage service and
remembering that some churches have
gone so far as to strike it out entire
ly, but yet not wishing to c:-nd either
side on the great question, Mir. Power
was in a quandary to please all hands
so Ie struck a neutral, attitude and,
like the great triIbinal on the -trust
busting cases, appl1ied a little reason
to the law. Instead of leaving the
word "obey" in the ceremony or of
striking it out entirely the clerk drew
up this question, which all will admit
is in orderly form and comes under
the "rule of reason" pronouncement:
"Do you take this nian to be your
lawfully wedded husband, forsaking
all others for him, obey him (in fill
things reasonable( as long as you
both shall live? Do you this promise?"
She pronised, "in all things reason
It is also interesting to note that
Clerk Power recommended the latest
thing out in the ilmarrying line when he
wrote "husband and wife" rather than
"man an1d wife."
And lie happoy pair went oi rejole
10e Cream Festival.
Tihe N.\li1iam Society will sell ice
cream u on Ihe Presbyteriaa ch urm'cl
yard Friday afternoon between 5:"
and 7 o'clock.
I hereby offer my'elf as a candidate
for the ollice of county commissioner
of Laurens county, subject to the rules
of the dlemocratic party'. .J. Ii. H ITT.
I hereby announce myself a candi
(late for the house of representatives
from Laurens county and promise to
abide by the results of the D~emocratic
pr'imairy. WV. IR. IlICIY, SRt.
I hereby announce myself a candi
(late for the oflce of County Commnis
sloner for Lauirens County, subiject to
the rules of the Democratic primary.
D). A. MADD1i0N.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the of11cc of supervisor of
Lau rein county and promise to abide
by the rules of the demnocratic party.
TI. R. TPOD)D.
I hereby announce myself a candi
(late for' County Su perintendent of Ed
ucation andl promise to abide the rules
ot the Democratic primary.
JAMES HI. S'ULaLIVAN.
You can buiy ver'y near anythig yeou
wvant at .J. C. Burnas & Co. Departmenit
Stor'e, and save money.
gIf a High-grade Jobc
*or Buggy Painting is wan
* Paint Show, clean quarter
* HIGHEST GR4
* And Varnishes put on by
*would like for you to see(
* fore having your painting
. W. B. BRAML
* GENERAL I
TO REOLAI LOWLAND -
iteps Taken to Dnn Lowlands Along
Duncan Creek Above Junction wft
If plans now being figured out come
o a satisfactory end, several thous
,nd acres of low-lands along Duncan
reek above its junction with Enoree
iver will be drained and turned into
aluable farming land. Mr. W. L.
Iray, who owns considerale property
long the creek. has been interesting
imself in the plan for a number of
'ears but only recently has gone ac
ively at work to enlist the aid of
teighboring property dwners. Sever
,1 days ago ho and Mr. Stone, of Clin
on, carried Mr. Frank Eason, a drain
Lge expert of Charleston, over the
roposed area. Mr. iason is also an
gent of the U'nited States govern
ant and will report what he saw to
1lcials at Washington. In case fav
rable action is taken on his report,
he government will pay half the ox
ense of a survey of the district,
hough the property owners them
elves will have to hear the exposo
f drainage. It Is proposed to raise
lie moiey for this purpose by the
ale of boids. To (10 t11i an election
1ill be necessary.
Mr. Gray stated yesterday that thuis
vill be the first undertaking of this
A1nd in the state under the recent
rainage district law passed by the
tate legislature. ThIs being so, ex
terience in it is lacking, so a com
nittee from the district will very
hortly make a tour of counties in
Zorth Carolina where such work has
leen successfully carried out.
Methodist Meeting Continues.
The revival services being conduct
d at the First Methodist church by
tev. Raymond Browning continues to
ttract large and interested audiences
ach morn ing antd evening. Sunday
aoring Rev. Browning held a "Moth
rn Service" and Sunday afternoon he
reached to mtueni only. Both services
vere largely attended as was the ser
ice Sunday night when the other
hureches of the city closed their
oors to join in a union meeting. The
inging, 1 uder. the direction of Rov.
tollo Kimsey. is an attractive feature
f each service and adds much to the
Another shipmriient of Vudor Porch
Ulades just received.
S. l. & E. iI. WNI I(KS & CO.
FOR THE GRADAmE
WiRL ORIIDUATiE b
will11 be delighted with a gift
from tils establishmnenut. Wec
offer for your selection here
*a most compriehensive stockD
oro Graduation Gifts-dainty,
exqluisite crea tions in gold
and silver, sup~erb effects in
cut glass and a magnificent
showing of Rings, Watches,
Necklaces and Bracelets. --
The piers4on wiho wishes to
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