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NERARY WILL BE
road Schedules are Helig Consuit.
by Subeotunjittee in Arranging
.O-udldites' TrIp over State.
unibia, S. 0.. May 23.-The Itin
10,thle state and senatorial cnain
gii Wil be announced itin a few days
subcommittee of the state dem
ts -19 cominittee. As has been an
2 jnfd, the first meetings of the
-J%,c(aipaIgn will be heltd at Sun
on June 17, while the first sena
tal shot will be tired at t. \at
;4Ws. The railroad scIeIIdules are he
ng -worlkel out and it will not be many
lays until the "dear people" will know
just wheni tie orators wilt aPi\-e.
Several weeks ago there was some
talk of miking a light on the "county
to-coun ty circus" as it has been clar
acterized. In tile state convenlion
there was nothing said con(cernlin ug the
T'he big question before the admin
istrationi at this tille is that of' a ell
didate for governor. Governor Btlease
is said to be trying to find4 the right
mani. First it was Charles (Car0rol
Simms, Thent .ohn1 L. N.\lctiaurin. Then
W. C. Irhy. of 1.aitrentts. amile out.
Ifowever. it Is saiJ thatt lie govei'nor i
is noi Please d niih m I mite oj te
three. It is flonly talked inl (olullblia
that Geo. tH(l TIillertliiai, 01 Isx
ington. has teeni se'lct ed as tle standt
ard-bearerl for the( adm llillist raItionl.
Viile the state 'Conven,01tin was inl
prog ro'ss a calulus w; ield in tt e cov
rllor's office, whien tie situHation was
generaliy discusseil. The iext (lay
Ile rI'l111ors w re set going. Mr. Sim ms
was uI( estionted as to tIe actio of the
callells. Ie doctareJ' tiat lie was inl
the ru('e to stay. antI that lie would
not get olit. .r. Alel.M taturill was report
ed as m1takiing the SilliC stteimieit. 1
It is very prohable that tie admin11
istration will try to pull out a candi
(late for congress inl every (listrict.
Several candidates have already an
nounced. FredI It. lDominick Is oppos
Ing D. Wyatt Aikein in the fourth
congressional district. S. .1. Nichols,
of Spartanburg, is opposing .Jos. '.
Johnson. F. M. Nixon will oppose
Congressman Byrnes in the second
district, and it is freely predicted that
Mayor Grace. of Ciharlestpn. will go
after Congressman Whaley. Other
Jilease men are expected at ally time.
In the fifth district Congressman
1). E. Finley will have strong opposl
tion in W. F. Stevenson. Nir. Steven
son has been in politics for a score
of years and was at one time speak
er of the house. lie will make a strong
fight against Mr. Finley.
The salary of a stale oflicial is $1,
900 a year. It Is for that. ra'Ison that
there will he so few uandidates In the
A. W. .Jones will the o)pposd(l by J. A.
Oh, I'm a Soapt1
And It's so EAS
Just dlssolvc a can of me
pour this water into feor
no DO IL INtl at all.
And youl will hav'e seven p
50c. worth, and I -only cosi
G3ETI ME AT ANY
5c. N AVI2 MY
* Delivered Anywh<
.in any qi
We Handle The Best
+Highest in t he State. As
Su mmllerett, of Colutbia, fot coinmptrol- y'
ler-general. A. . IIrice, of Chester, n'
will very problably oppose Illos. II. e
Peoples for attorntey-generaIl. .\ . C. 13
Willis. of York ville and .1. A. Claffey, t)
of O)rangebitrg, will Oppose W. W. e
Mloore of larnwell, tor adjIutait- o
generval. 1.. T. Carter., so far, has noice
opposition as state treasiurer. It. M. tl
McCown will ver-y probably be oppos- k
ed by W. It. Bradford fot seecieta ry of W
state. .No opposition has developed to a
N'. .1. Watson, com Il issionter of agricuil- i
t t i'e.
Very few candidates; have an111itoue-a
(d Iln t ie counties of the state lor. tle eI
general assem1 bly. K.. 1P. Me'ravey e ,
will be a caldidate for the senate Il
fromt lickens; C. N. Sa pp will 01er .
for the senate fromt Lancaster couty, t
and It. H1. Welsh will be a candidate I
for t senate ilt Richland County. 1:
All of these men weriev membetrs of t it
last house. C
Secretary Elected. 0
Atinounctemt(Oent hllas been matode here
of the election of W. C. McGowan. of M
the Columbia bar, as secretary of the
state dloeoratc excettive committee.
Thse scretary will in a few days send t
out 20.0O0 coples of the new constltit
tion to the county chairmen to be dis
Convention Discussed. r
The state democratic convention IsU
still the centre of thought. and talk. It
Its conscrvatism and moderation was
nmrkert. The honest purpose to pro
tout the ballot against fraud was the
c(nt rollim t. motive. i
By a vote of 268 to 50, the conven
tion r-efused to adopt the intiority re
port, which was aImed at striking out t
tle afeguards which the cotmmnit tee t
on constittitlon had recommended.
Among the t50 were all the delegates
wh,]to acknowledged the lealership of
Governotr Blease an( several who are t
ktnown as antl-Blease men, somtie of C
then candidates for governor, and per, t
sonal followers vad county backers of '
A remarkable feature of the con
rmaker all right. a
a a quart of water.' Now
oundis of 1)1.ted areas.,t
ounds of foe, hard soap,s
ca nickel, a half dime.
LABELS Se- I
d Kerosine 9
re in the County
66 degree Gasoline- + tl
k the State Oil Inispec-+w
s. c. .
mItioni Was thle course of the guiber
itorial candidates Who Were in theI
invention as delegates-Maninllg,
rowning and Cooper. 10ach camte to
io convention ait the head of the dlet
'ationl fronm his counlty inlstructed to
)pose any monvsilre that Would exI
u1de anty white man11 froml voting tin!
w primnary, and( as far as declared or.
n1own, eachl was Inl personal accord
ithl that vilew and stood to the end(
Sani the( safegInirds which were
Thle commnittee onl constiution had
qreed upon a plan which would not
Keluide anly White inan., but Was Inl
nded to make sure of excluding all
viltiouls niamles and namnes of nion
sidenlts und menl from other counl
!S. It had rejecwted the ivihland
Ian for, thle requiremelnt of the( reg
tr'ationl certificates aInd (lhe lax rv
wit. It had likewise rejected th
br1istenlsenl proposal for Wdent ilattin
r thle voter tt the polls by requiring
is presentation of a card or certificate
imbered to corriespond with his num
r on tlh club roll, signed by the set
itary, and issued to tie Voter it the
tie of hits enrollment.
The Recom e niasdal otions. .
The sole protectionl recommlenlded
Y thle commtiittee wats that new club
Als should be made and each dem
crat should go in person ald sign
is name oi the new elub book, or
take his mark (to be witnessed by
ie secretary), and adso that the
ter must have resided in the state
,vo years before the general election,
I tile county one year (itimended to
ix miontlis by the convention) before
ie general election, and 4 tiilhe
>wnship 0 days before thoe first pri
tary, and that the club enrollment
lust cease 30 dayl before tile first
ihary, and the rolls be sent ili to
dle county executive commlittee for
Irrection an d additions, upon notice
i all parties that might be affected.
nd that the rolls should then be
ed With tof h clerk of court as a
A ppeli Led Opposition.
The olosition of thec dinstra
lon members of the committee. Jtle
y Senator Appelt, of Clarendon, and
s hue rmbermaent and ain the
roi'tshio o personindr ofign
ied toate or the wnvent)ion the
ghgist thask (to lieawturesse bfth
aiae sefeuard), of theo talt. This
ter lt wtase ested yi.in (li. Ctate
oayesie byhrele oria eleuronhe
iemonts of3 the comitee. beor
R. genoera elcton, it~ favrio the
ilnrtyan reotwhhe hadIs1) signedl t
ie caln3 exmeoftie committee fon
titution An( exeddIos argument ics
ind tha (ohn i'h. shldon tho lis
lsed wit ali strkof' oeech ay a.D
1nn')ngs reresniga.ato h
umIter oelesition.o h d i s a
Iok e nert'scl of t e ommitatedo
3'baute. T pth of supiomnd, hnd
fclaed ninbelfs iii ersnlaluy
('5 a ofiten mini'Cty retis tay
eleme and2 oppoed the( agaistonae
u'vsoifi esnlsgnatire of theclbrl. Nv
eti mejI.''linority. twa afterwards relu
lred o manyfooo the dovidn (lie
al-t ant testo oeofuhes ofde
ationi' was unaccounited yorond the( f
aj ofifrm Sumterh led (le favh.or
'he sinedity reii'rt and fotinst other
'oiibos reomof (e crimary.e
On he voer stoktbe ihemanority rle
tonouyitiandfort ways, liand signerd
se ayeiiand ofory (lecnuiteavig 'on
>tttin. An watent aguetad
bnthered13 LwdsiJ. iownin byted I)
nithgstheresent ithapao the nasfo
R.ion oriighete .Lmnnen leaer
rore ieter. (i hloe oted, hiorte a
Sutvdoith ofthe Sm minority orory
eqigvoathuo. lie opd h eidc no'
[ik i'itef aepnibl)Itof~ then pronahe
mmitteote contlutoll. anevnh
all-o at l \ennutinne he rofr-isnel
THE F. F. DALL.Y Co., LTD., I
kinself as having been personally in
avor of the instructions whielh bll
*oulty convetion lt had passed, and h
'oted as lie believed.
W. C. irby, .fr., of Laurens, a lileasI
andidate for governor, an(] a delegate
o the conventtonl, likewise ma.de, q
l'eecl against the sa ifeguairds propos
d Iy the Conmittee On conlsiitution.
loe Sirks in Spartanbirg Ilerald.
NO11 )MIMI 03FOfilT FROM3
DODSO0.\' LIVElf TlONI
V Nl4nt Put 1 e111 liis Need No Longer i
lsed for Constipation. so Why fini
h1isks of Their Disagireeable After
1( OVcOle colsi ipation and slug
4isiver p1.isnsaitly, eisily and Safe.
1v I)odson's Liver Tone is guara ntI ee
by th' i .u IIns )rug Co. who wil
clheerfully reflid pu Jilrcla sC price (.50c
it on1ce If you are not etiCrely sa tisliei
I)odson's Liver Toe is nttde to tak
1le pace of calollel and otherslront
pulrgatives. It hfis iole of the dis
a1greeable and often dangerous after
effeets of'calomel, whichli is in fact ,
poison, a nineraIl, a form of deadi;
l)odsoln's LIlver Tone is a si l;)
%'egetable liquid, conttaining noth iln
har1i,mmfil . It not only leaves no ba(
ffeets, bilt Works easily and natural
ly, without pain 1or grlipe and withoii
interfering at all with your regula
ubits, diet or occupat ion. A trial ia;
heneflt you greatly, Why not see abou
*1 TOMATO CLUB IE(IPES.
Miss Janye C. Garlington will con
tribute each week to The Advertise
one or more recipes foi the cannin
mod preserving of fruits, vegetables
etc. These timely recipes are In
tended primi111ly for the benefit of ti
tomato club girls, but will be source
of valuable infornintion for the house
kee1:ers as well. As cherries are nov
rOpening, the first reelpes will he 01
the treatment of this fruit..
Steaming letlod-AWash and see
the cherries. Place them in jars ai
shake theni down carefutlly. Put tl
covers in place loosely without tl
rubbers, set the jars in a iwash bolle
on a ralse hot tom, sit irountd them'n wit
a few inches of warm water, and hol
IthenmI lit il the chierriies are' hecate
thirough. Remove one jar, put on 'it
new rubb)ier, fill it to ov'er'fowing wit
a heav'y boiling syrup and14 seal it ai
on1ce. Proceed likewise with Ithgothie
jars. Note-The steaming method rc
(ire ls mioreC time1 thai the syrullp mtii
od, and tile cannedC( cherries aire noat 5
Select cherries withl an inch of ster
attached. Place thenm in jars in altet
nate layers with powd~er'ed sugar unti
the jar areti' threeC-fourlthls full. Thlel
fill the jars wvithi cold spiced vinega
and seal thenm.
Y'OU',L ('ROW O'VER
"OETS-IT" Foil CORNS
It Will Startle You Ilow "OETS-IT
..octs Corns Every Time.
"One, two, threeC!" Tiha t's about a
lon~g as it takes you to applily "CT ~lS
IT"', the nlew-hilan1. s1imlest, sures'C
corn cure tile worlhd hasW Cve i'seell
'orn fussiinr is 1all over, C'orns. cori
This I. No Place For a Crow. Her Corne Ar'e
All Gone. She Must Have Used 'GETS-4T.'"
mins and1 caillises airo absoluttely dlonE
0o', fr'om the miinute youi appilly "OlT3iS.
TI". Forget tile botherl of uselest
)lasters', greasy salves that spr'eat
nd mnake toes sore and raw, iitth
louighnu 11 Cotton rinigs thlat press5 ori
ornts, forget kritves, razors, selssory
11d Ithe dlanger's of blood( pilson frous
Iaing lood11). and1( the contraiiptionit
nid harinesses that siumiply mallke c1orne
vorse. "GET'S-IT" niever' hutrts thle
l51h, never fails.
"GET'JS-iT" is sold b~y all drug.
huts, 25e a bot tle. ''r'senit (direct b~y h'l
~awrence & Co., Chieungo,
"GETS-IT" Is ,'oild ini Laurens b~y
.aur'oni lenu Co.
SUFPALO, N.Y. HAMILTON, ONT.
MONEY IN OUR
Every day the papers contain account of those who
have lost their money by hiding it or fire or burglary.
Yoir money is NOT SAFE unless- it is in the bank.
There are many conveniences in a bank account. Wo
keep your accounts straight, give you advice free, re
lieve you of.worry and anxiety and insure PEACE ,of
Make OUR bank YOUR bank.
W6 pay interest in Savings Department
N. B. DIAL, Pres. C. H. ROPER, Cashier
I HighestQualityPainting :
gIf a High-grade Job of Automoblile, Carriage *
or Buggy Painting is wanted we can do it. New
* Pai'nt Show, clean quarters, free of dust.
.O HIGHEST GRADE PAINTS 0
. And Varnishes put on byy an expert painter. We .
*would like for you to see some of ~2ur work be
*fore having your painting done. 5
:W. B. BRAMLETT'S SONS:i
* GENERAL REPAIRING
If your pocket-hook could talk--it
would recommend the Ford. The
man who obeys the' voice of
economy invesis his dollars in the
Universal car.A He knows it
serves his.ev purpose best and -
at lowest cost. Buy yoters to-day.
Five hundred dollars is the price of the Ford run
about; the touring car Is five fifty; the tqwn car
mont. Get catalog and particulars form Summers
Oaraige, Laurens and Newberry, s. 0.