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L.AUIIENM, 4, C., .IJUNE :1, 1911.
The Advertiser will be glad to
receive the local news of all the
communities In the county. Cor
respondents are requested to
sign their names to the contri
butions.. Letters should not be
mulled litter than Monday morn
An indication of Ilie plane on which
the governor intends to pitch his enin
i iaigii may be gat lhere( fromt his speech
at Whitilre and Newberry. Protm the
accounts. hot I in It: e ewspaiers and
by word of month, the governor flayed
his political oiionents aiong the cain
<ildates in Newberry county amid, not
colitent with that, made a vitriolic at
tack upon one of his hearer; who is
not a candidate.
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To say the least, the exhibition at
\\'hitmire -:rurday was vulgar and
coilimon. methnet the governor may
be credited with i n,'i n pi et iiresit m' atid
at other etim s ludicrous, but in this
little hou t. withl Mr. Cole:ani he was
neither. One ennl see holnr in the
situation, boweve r, L' h,' itnagines thle
governor acting like a little tousled
headed youngster shaking his tfirst at
one who Imdc jus't '.ettenI the hwst of
hint, bcranding; h:mI with throats anld
epitliets to soothe a w'iniiuled pride
Th'lere ik :some h':Inor.inl picturing tit.
incidenlt. in this; li;;h!, but. ren!!y thi
whole a'f:tir wtver. 0 :000
In a1 :tulom obile trip over lii' wet
er sect ion of the county in:st w i wi
WeTr ipt' ri 'ts1 d wi l ti'' . value of tol
so k o oti:i' by s \c W. I. . l u"n. of
the uhagber of Coumrtr , in haviin
e: e: t+ 1 sign h~outd:; a:lro.uI crossing,
u aito: the o 0he t ' on the di
re('tion Ito iffernul n1,wns. Tf'its work<
as ont by . .\lt in li as u t y(::l
and was donli n g thorou igly. At O -
(rt riea ortant rolgh: 0rt road-rosisn
the-e sign oards lay be foarind :rmi
they are a great onvenenience. Hyr
son of not fving it sign-boards int
the neighboring county of Abbeville
wI eestook te wrngee roll i at. neasy.n
anid twentI thou eight milesot fi o
wayol in te.urningtie tofan. Ouril
journey elay through .arlitse doc atren,
Greenw 'a ola riot.illeaand Anderson
isounvStt nd' inl Len lout had i
.h lt aryoo ad ifhle fals for enroll
meent arriiv e, noThe Adeser ti eects
togie Rnotice1of it.'Cuthei it expocits
to givet iomai coof wirllgive pare
es, Ilub ilrk aon ofvery other fthingr
teacesary tho ae enr o-lment' easy.
'And! then af t hare any wh'ofai to, C
enrolil of theipopeEl tae the su t-l
13 ou1to Caro riii'i'linal earnb wles
eiglativertto. isonitaled igton watsi
thee trmy a11nd 'ie fail two e'nrollg
laief Trnt Ridg Schoonl wy1ill gie s e
eion jti hosor and t of wthe forer
teachers wiho are brtidsto-bg The re
ersoexept alall he inyhonor of sarie
lniel ofaCinton will tak Ilan hshOrt-c
ly and the MsmAne e'utam JwhS't
ladins willh be Tinisig thfe from
in junt tclse and fothwree very
pdlar with the Patrons, wising toh
oer wiexeth mIon abegtyad of smany
'workto Pankind will be wnehlcofe
Prison wholwibe to his ooksc from
the school -Itbrary may get them on
TgesdRy, an'd 'Thtiraday mornings from
uilno'until eleved O'clock.
Clinton Honors Dr. Jacobs' Fiftieth
Anniversary its Pastor of the Pres
byterian Church There. Services
Held Last Sunday.
Clinton, June 1.-Sunday morning in
the First Presbyterian church, the
Rev. Dr. William Plumer Jacobs
preached a sermon in commemoration
of the lftieth anniversary of his or
dination as pastor of that. church. Up
to three years ago Dr. Jacobs was
pastor in charge of the congregation,
and his relation with the church has
never been dissolved although the Rev.
F. 1). .Jones is now pastor in charge
and Dr. Jacobs pastor emeritus.
It is a remarkable fact that not a
member of the church at the ti me of
Dr. Jacobs' installation. is living to
day. The exercises were very impres
sive. Mlr. Jones presided. The Rlev.
.1. F. Jacobs. 1)r. Jacobs' oldest son,
occupied a seat in the pulpit and of
fOred the invocation-a lost appropri
ate and feeling ex pression of the feel
ings of the congregation. The music
was especially excellent amtl close'i
with a view to its a ppropriaten ess. Th
1Rev. Thorn well .1acobs, I)r. .1a cobs'
youngest son, oftered the prayer fol
lowing the sermon. Mr. Jones' trlbuto
to Dr. .Jacobs and his inluence on this
comin tuni ty was in excellent taste.
Dr). .1acobs divided his sermon into
three sections. lie said that he wish
ed first to look backward for the con
gregation, then to look upward with
them, and finally to point forward for
them. lie described very beautifully
the early struggles of the congrega
tion. Nor did lie neglect to render due
honor to tlhe founder of this (hurch,
the l1ev. Zelotes L. .1lolnts of Lau
rens, who preachid to the littM' mtis
siou he ('stablished here. once a :month
for nrine years. I le r'eca'lle'd i-at hils
trial sern was piren:teil on tho::
"]lut ('sod forbid that I sionltl t ilory
S::ve inl the .''rcy zof ourt i.ordtlJt .h-mi
ChIri.-t. by Wh'o:n ther \'.'ori-l i. t'rucii
lied unto Me. ant I innt tht \1' orlth'',
and uir;el its le:son on the con.t:r ga
lion :1 ; a mo l tto for lift'. It tilt n ur -
'd t i oe tavii' to li low uni.itedily teit
Il . hip of thtir ;tastor .andt "1 in:i
keep busy. This I laid ti. . . !.
(.--(ntial of lift' for. a1 church .
T!: hi ur h wa-s till i w't a ( "p
I)y iitereste1 d coItn its 1irion, aIn on:
th t'ia 1 in(:11 ' all Of i . . it1 ihs' J h ii r
e'xcep't, 1)1r. W . :4. Jacob)!s .)f Texi w'\ iinht
wn i: t t bltt it a ra .:t tu i ::' o it,
MtA s .u I' of oanig - olnteltb i)'.
inu iior of live ed thl i t wto 'of t i
.\lec. isoth ll (ir::b n, J.I:, nte ' atin
noo the .\ptt eeo ok. 4NU on -'ray
altern e of astt'owl ioss thio o
hext 1und .tie ol1y l'og otne Wi
(hla :Ito\ T' twe l to ta'. le('n11r
of t'. t : ho ook nh
\M .. It. t . \ ncei tsos iti l ta At
ttaun 1iaok ceb at its rla. r day so
cial e to kgtigug.
aYodung cnertain tes a number' ot yong
forie it. o o fhrsitr isL t
Mris.'lat Weekrge Youn etertaindsa
number ofl itngtle folkinghno of er
niral Masslyo thae Sutherne after
noonJ Ihe .acos ndthweeek.. J
Tehe ofde Atlantl cloesthi week.
Nexmt Suay) he Mcollgetome.
Mint beginds; and thefoilowing front
daye~ the A.ornll orpheanti yaero
mnasChoent ol xrcsoe, tarct. gad
Afiter of shxnot brehen po., ,nd
Mrs.t.uitua week( beiss. 'Lafaytte -
andolln cmmttees are har atd work.
forh Wot man
Mlisto wataA as reted thomean
frodg mtin-ge wniht's yha con
plete a st wetiskty schoo yer.s
daiss IS.r.a Copeland, Jr., tandhW. it.
Prof. A.g scoo SoenMerihas N.eturned
from atedingm this eek.go tegn
Mrl ssembdly ou theymoutrn h rs
byeran Mhriss Seymour whoy ha.
been J.tedin Jacob orphe grad.T.eJ
Jcolswaf Ana y woplre aweek-n
tiemong gthe atudnt hret rought
gear ss s Nano Owens ndd ofv
friends fro WlInton. adMayKn
WATTS THE WINNER,
Defeated the Newberry Mill Team Last
Saturday in a great (fitting Per
In the greatest home-run exhiltion
of the season the Watts Mill nigrega
tion defeated the "Nowberry Mill team
here lasJ Saturday by a score of 10 to
6. Five home-runs were made during
the game, three being gotten by the
visitors and two by the locals. Of the
three by Newberry. Boozer, the short
stop, uncorked two. Watts secured
nine safeties and Newberry eleven.
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* 'rOMATO CLUl ItECIPES. *
Select and seed tine large cherries,
place them in a'stone jar, and let thema
stand twelve hours. Then drain off
the liquid, and to the cherries add an
equal amount of sugar. ' When the
sugar has dissolved seal the cherries
and liquid in jars.
Note-tCherries preserved thus keep
indifinitely. They are excellent served
wilt cold meat.
lake a syrup of one and a half
quarts of sugar and a pint of vinegar.
Skim the syrup and add three quarts
of currants a111 one pound of seeded
raisins chopped fine. Hoil the mixture
thirty minutes; then add a teaspoon
ftll of salt, and a half a teaspoonful
each of cloves, allspie, and nutmeg.
Pour the spiced currants into jelly
glasses and cover them with melted
Select currants that are not over
rif': and avoid fruit gathered after
a rain. as the juice is then too wa
tery for making fiirst class jelly. He
move all leaves aiil int'erfe'ct fruit,
wit.4h ::led (Irwinl the. currants wit hollt
ie nte.iing the ' st1m-, and mash theni
in a inrce'lacin ;:'ieprviing kettle witl
a spoone~ Or w\Ood).en 1pota~to mnasher.
!lb, at :h : cshc I :r it slowly, Stii ngiiiIM
I: 1 1intly to p 'velt lurnit:g and
er2k up thc' ,.'.lla. \Wlhin the fruit
t:. cu It y h i--t I. putl it int1o a
l b'11:ag al irain ioff the juice. hIr
carc:'ul ntot to Dr'e'ss tile fruit if elecar
I .:y d.esired. T.:. dlraiining may he
hacs n 'icl, !:Ow.vter. by occasionally
ak'n :tio b g 'danly.
ol'i r; ith' juic i n t hie Ills lc'eservi1ing
1. i e alt( :aNtl toc it ain etual a:naoiint
ef .ilca!al 1 sciam-. Placte the 1e't
v a re au- i the juice uniatil
th' !-sa \'ii*ole \s. When bolliin. oe
eers remov ' the kettle, skim ti' coi
tem.. and i p wei tihe k'tII' ln th
i Ilf this thr ie' times. Test t ie
,,, ts frc'ciccn11 cn y b1;: tingI . a little
S ':e liu iI 1 1 itc :c .-::ca'e'r aid :1llow
c in: at 'o co01. W i.en I tli'cenS w cll
pIourc the e.n tire (' ntenits into jelly
lacses. T ih jle' usually' jells w\ith
iii t mi laiiutes ia'li ihe suigai is (mId
Note -.\ douileI, flour sack serves
wei'llI for a jclly bag. As th e dralini ng
mu lst continute for several Ihours. it is
well tc) plan the work so this may
c-ontiue over night. -The temperature
is then lower anci there is less dlanger'
lioli together for two hours one and
a half quarts of brown sugar, three
Iiucarts of e iurranits, tw~o talesp51oonlful s
of cinna mon, one tablcespoon ful of
('loves, and one pint of good cider vini
(-ga. Seal the catsu p in jars while it
Is still hcot.
Mix t oget her threie (juiarts of cur
rentis, lbhree quarits. of sugar, one
Ioudiiic of raliins choccppedl very fine,
thle rind an pucl tiIp of t wo oranages5 (re
move all seeds), andI two) lemons c-ut
tine. Cook tIs mixtLuriei uni it Is
solid. Keep tihe reish in jelly glasses.
('ures St~iibborn, Itchy Skiin Troublles.
"I could scratch myself to picecs"
is often heard from sufferers of Ec
zema, tettecr, itch and similar skIna
erupitions. D~on't scratch--stop the
itching at. 01nce with Dri. I lohson's Ee
zemaL 01ntment. I first apipl i(ention
starts healing; the redc, rough, scaly,
itching skin is sootihed bcy the heal
in g anad cooling medcl ies. Mr's. C. A.
lt~inafeldit, Rock Isxlandit, Iii., a ftcer usintg
-Dlr. I lobcoin's Eemia Ohnt meiit,
writes: '"Thai is the first time~c in ninie
years Ii have been free from the
drcadcfuil allmnat." Guca ranateedc. 50fe at
He Was Supplied.
"'Tm introducing a brand-new in
Yeintion-a combined talking-machine,
carpet-sweeper, and a letter opener,"
said the agent, stepping briskly into
an offlee. "Ot one already," an
swered the proprietor. "I'm marriedi"
Repair Your Friendship.
If a man does not niake new ao.
quaintances as he advances through
life, he will soon find himself left
alone. A waan, sir, should keep his
friendships in constant repair.-Doo
He who laughs last is an English.
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* SHILOI La!TTER. *
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Shiloh, Juno 1/-This community
was visited by a good rain Friday af
ternoon last. It was apprciated by
all. As we had been dry about six
weeks, this drought was beginning to
be serious, a half-stand of cotton on
ly in sight: oats cut short; gardens
doing no good; why, it looked as if the
entire vegetable \kingdom would be
reflexive. 'Everything is putting on
new life now. Well I'll tell you, every
one was beginning to get down in the
mouth, though sinec the rain, that
mood has been turned into a jubila
tion. I presume a stand of cotton
will be assured as there is plenty of
moisture in the ground.
Mr. Whaley has moved his squad
(convicts) up here and is putting the
roads in "T" making some changes,
too. We anticipate from Mr. Whalley,
a general overhauling as it was badly
Mr. Furman Iiellams had to call in
)r. Bryson of Gray Court last week to
see his wife. After a diagnosis of the
caso he pronounced appendicitis.
Through the skill of the doctor a sur
gical operation was avoided. She is
ti proving. -
Miss Rulia Wolff is on a sojourn at
renada, Mississippi, While there,
she will be the guest of her brother,
.\IMr. loyce Wolff.
Little Allen Hellams and Maxey
Abercronibie have been indisposed for
aa few dlays past.
Miss Cynthia Mahaffey is right sick.
We trust she will soon regain her ac
ctstomted health as it is uncomfortable
to he upon a sick bed in warm wea
ther, especially one that is aged
''onndi --On set of keys with ten
keys thereon. Owner can have by
calling at The Advertiser o cc and
'aim ing for this ad. -45-it
'or Sale-One go-cart in good con
dilion. Ile:son for selling, leaving
tuvrn. Apply to Mirs. i'rnest ilumet
:aiui, at .1. \I. l'hilpot. Laurens, S. C.
fonnd- -One unch of keys with eight
keys thereon. Owner can have by
calling at. The Advertiser ollice andl
payiig 'for this ad. -15-1t"
For Sale--One Me'orniick 3Iover
and one '-tooth ratke, second-hand , at
a1 abrgain. .\pply to It. Ilning; Jones,
iluretns, C. I- It
. otice- -.\l]I 1ersons ar hereby
w arn'l not If) haror or hire one Ford
lI o'ns, who is ttnder contract with
Itt for. year 'Jill. .1. Wadle Anderson.
For Sale tir collie pu ppies for
saI'. .\pply to i0. W. Mlarlin. i5-it
For tale The old school btilding
at Motntville, tand about. 1 1-2 acres
of Iaanid. For -further information a p
ply to Board of ''t'ustess. 44"1-St
. For itent-Fully equipped black
smthItI and general repair shop, or
would hire right. man. S. N. Crisp,
Mountville, S. C. 4:1-if
For IBent--One S-room house t we
stories high on Chestnut street. Water,
lightts and all modern conveniences.
Apply to W. L. Gray, Laurens, S. C.
Notice to machtinery owtners. IHave
your m tachinery repaired by an expert
machlinest. D)elays atre dangerous antd
expensive. Prices moderate andl work
gutarantceed. Cotton gins a specialty.
Address 10. 0. ilentz, Clinton,. S. C.
and tegisteredl. Will stand for tltis
season at Martint's stable, Laurens, S.
C. Pedligree futrnished to thtose inter'
ested. Guaranteed living colt, $20.00.
W. L. Teniguc antd L. Wt.. Mlartin.
(Ihcken Exchnge-BIreeders and
fanciers to make thtis column the
chigkon and egg .ehange for Lau
For Sale-Choicest pea-vine hay,
corn and fodder, at prevailing ptices.
Write or appily to Watts Miills omlie.
We D n't Wish You
A y Ill Luck
but if you do 'ave a tunaway and your
carriage gets smashed up remnembet'
that we can do all kinds of carriage
repairing and can fix up any damage.
Our customers will tell you we do
such work promptly, thoroughly and
J. D). SEXTON & SON
LAURENS. S. C.
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*. NEWS FROM YOUNGS.
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Youngs, June 1.-Miss Wil Lou Gray
lectured at Youngs. school Thursday
night about better schocla. She also
showed steropticon views. The house
was crowded and the occasion was
very much enjoyed. Miss Gray knows
her business. She taught oit' school
several sessions and was a good teach
er loved by all. She would be suc
cessful at anything. We are proud of
-Fishing seems to be the order of the
day this dry time. Last Wednesday
a party from here went over to Tyger
river and stayed all night and return
ed Thursday night. They reported a
fine time-all but one 15-year-old boy.
lie doesn't say much about it. He had
his "Sunday pants" stolen while in
Erin and Kathleen Abercrombie
sptent Saturday night with Mr. J. V.
Davis' family near Ora.
Lester Page and the Fleming boys
from near Woodruff, visited our Sun
lay school yesterday.
Mrs. W. 0. Sutton and Mrs. .1. J.
Manly have both been right sick. but
are better now.
Mir. Ludie Templeton of Owings,
was In' this community Wednesday.
Mr. Austin Abercrombie went to
IWountain inn on business Friday.
Mr. Andy Young of Clinton, visited
friends here yesterday.
Card of Thanks.
-We wish to thank our friends andi
neighbors for the kindness shown us
during the illness and death of our
husband and father, W. C. Jones.
Mrs. W. G. Jones and Children.
I hereby offer myself as a candidate
for the oflice of county commissioner
of Laurens county, subject to the rules
of the democratic party. .J. 1. IllTT.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the oliice of County Commis
sioner for Laurens County, subject to
the rules of the Democratic hpritary.
D. A MI.\DlN.
Ilouse of Itepresentatives.
I hereby announce myself a candi
(late for the house of representatives
from Laurens county and promise to
abide by the results of the Democratic
Primary. W. 1i. l1iChil'Y, Sit.
I hereby anniou0ne my candidacy for
the Hlouse of Itepiresentativess, sub
ject, to the rules of th'e IDem 1oCra tIc
1). L. 1100%1011.
I herebyl announce tiyself a candli
da1te for re--election to the ollie of
Suipervisor of Laurens county, suibjet
to the rules of the Demot'ratic pr
nu:ry. 1 1. I1I. lI II .7lltTI.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of supervisor of
1.aurens county and promilse to abide
by the rules of the democratic party.
13. I;. TOD)).
Superintendent of Education.
I hereby annoitnce myself a Candi
date for County Superintendent of Ed
utcationi and~ promiise to abide the rutles
of the D~emocrat IC primary.
JAMICS 1I. SULL.TiVAN.
I hereby announce my cand~idlacy for
re-election to the oflice of County Au
ditor of Laurens county, subject to
the trules of the approaching Demo
cratic iprimaliry election.
J1. WADDY TIhOMPSON.
We are auithorized to announce 0.
(. Thompon a01is a candIdate fotr re
elect ioni to the 011110c of Probate Juidge,
subject to the rules of the democratic
I hlereb~y aninouncle myself a candli
dlate for magistrate for Laurenis town
sip, subject to the rules of the detmo-.
J. N. WRIGIIT.
I hereby aml.unce myself a canIl
(late for the oflice of m'agistrate for
Lauretns towvnship, subject to the rutles
of thec DemocratIc pritnaty.
T. M. Wotktman.
If sot, call
find out he
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* - WATTS MILLS
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Watts Mill, June-1.-On last Satur
day Mr. W. G. Joned, a proninent citi
zen of this place, passed to his last
reward, after an illness of two weeks.
Mr. Jones had about reached the age of
three score and ten. le was a devoted
husband, a kind and loving father and
also a very faithful member of the
Lucas Avenue Baptist church. He
leaves a host of sorrowing friends to
mourn his loss. He is survived by a
wife, five sons and two daughters, as
follows: Mr. John ,ones, or vregr;
Mr. Henry Jones, of Wan'tala; Mrs.
H. T. Godfrey, of Pelzer; Mr. Ode
Jones and M's. Othella Busby, of Go
lumbia; Mr. D. C. and Dennie-Jones of
The funeral services were held in
Lucas Avenue Baptist church on Sun
day afternoon at 3 o'clock, conducted
by Rev. (1. C. iedgepeth and Rev. R.
.- Williams, of Greenville, after which
the body was laid lIn the cemetery with
W. O. W. honors. llis camp, No. 98,
was assisted by Fairview Camp No.
Mr. .1. M. Moore is real sick at this
Little Theodore Ivy, who has been
real sick for about two weeks, Is slow
Mr. 1). ). 'Davis of Woodruff, visit
ed at Watts Mill Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. W,. E. Burns visited
relatives in Clinton Saturday and Sun
.Mr. and Mrs. Arch Bennett, of Clin
ton, visited at the hime of E]. Y. Mc
Quown on Sunday.
A series of meetings is now being
held at Lucas Avenue Baptist,church,
conducted by Rev. 11. .1. Williams, of
Greenville. Everybody is invited to
attend and hear the good things that
Bro. Williams has to say. We are look
ing forth with anxious hearts for a
great revival at this place.
Your attention is c(rocted
to the siplenild assortment of
Ct' TIl.\"", i.\ l AND
IIA\N!) P.\INTED:i .'i!NA,
lAMSSWlm.\ , etc., that we
- have here to ail you in the
u selection of. the wedding gift -
for the .une bride.
An inspection Is necessary U
to appreclate the richness,
Sexcellence and supier'b beau
ties of our massort ments-and
it. is cordially inted.
There Is a p nse or securi
ty. which w/~ell founded in f
buying 'm,~a. Solomon for
here fu lvalue Is obtained in
e very fspct.
3ritr & *pttian
ttt, -- 9. 01.
WIVILIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
ha e you overworked your nervous sys
tem Iand caused~ trouble with your kid
ney4 and bladder? linve you painms in
lotnrh, side, back and bladder? Have you
a jabby appearannce of thie face, and un
der the eyes':' A frequent desiro to pass
urine? If so, Williamys' Kidney Pills will
euro you--Druggist, Price 60c.
WILLAMS MFC.,CO., Prep.., C'leveland.Ohl,
LAURENS DRUG CO.
Laureni, S. (I,