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McLAURIN A FAR'TYRM
PIctures liiself as Holding Aloft the
Banner of Freedom While Tillman
and Imease Gather Beneath Its
John J,. tMebIattrin, candidate for
goverior', 11as giveni out. the following
to the press:
The 1ep ort is curruent that I have re
lired frloml thle gu'bernaltorial racn;
this is n ot (It le. It probably arose
I'ron III 1act that the public see-s (in
part) I hiave accoiplishled what I set
out to do, restore hariloly aiong our1
peoptc. With lwacee and unity between
Go1r0or 1 liease and Senlator 'Tillinan,
I 1. ci that I (e'seIve the "Wel1 done
I hoI good1 a1i4 faithlul servant."
,aist fall,1 Senaltor' TIilla calle-d up
ol l 1 I "d(o pellace." I Was to Sac
rilice mylf Iy- enteiring the nenatori
-l Iace to ompi1ass the delact of
Ille-ase. lPor thin "a.-ionemn t" mly
Sill4 wor. 1o be foigiveI me and the
". vnter thou ino tile joys of thy
I rd,'' spo (ll laler.
Tht rolh of, "dog in o ll unir"
h liever appaled to Ie as e( ither
i m.d s1ll ensil . T idea of, sne
illi4to,l'owever, conmenilds itself spir
it ily. and it is a grai thinll to h,
inl thie c44( n11 y fI' the Mostill (1111s1i
()ns of, all the rs
It has, been apwparnt ite 1!1-2 that
a determ-inelld a1ttenilpt would bw ma1"de
too abridgesufrg inl the primary. I
looket-I uponl thlis as Inwiuliarly danl
Perou i at this tire. besides h being of)
posed to tihe- spIiit of the age, which
I%,- ors exiension , not rs1.4s rict ioi,- of
I believed 'int Ihe only way to pre
vt-n1 it was to openlly anld holdly Supl
port Gov. Ileas'; to ilagn ify his pow
er and to add to his Strength, so that
With a111l the electiol Illmehilery inl his
handis. nio coniventionl wolid darve
10,a fe thef ploor. a111 ignor-ant White"
in the prim:r Pies oil the S111 ha
,i its thet ne-gro inl th14 genevral olee
1e 1:0t contion went a a
it -mi wvlihoutf dhwulpling the( party.
I V( 4 1) n 111ologi's to mnake. I did
w i1 1 i t1h Iu htll was right.
.nd kindred disorders by the
only rigit method, external
application. Interina ledi
cilnes will not :11 ct skin
troubles. The objection to
external remiledies always has
een thir'i t 1tnde 4 \ t) Si 1 te
c4liIliIng. \nd Imany (if illt Ile Iave
beenl ('mal wortlen1 at that. T/.is
gularantferd or ) -:vd/ n19t svain!
Ex - Zema - Fo
IbI a 4t ' 4c 1a emllient .mdI a count er
'iri:mt4 , <j41iel.ly' an :,4relv erai-l
eatiig the calsew (if /.Fezema and
the1 r Skin Iriblesand perma
nleilly rIie-ving them. With each
bottle comes a positive guarantee of
micy back, if Ex-Zema-Fo (oe4s
not dit) what is climed for it. It is
fiteinly I. :z.m I rem y s d uinder
a gunlteeiit. Price 50c and1( $1 pecr
FOR SAil IIY
LAAUUENS DItCO CO.
Lauirejns, S. C.
S pee Iy No. 08.
D ink hi
and b refeshe
of Cica-Go! .
in 1 111 ad Silce. there has been'3
asystemuatic effort to clefeat Gover
ior BIlease by destroying himu as a
a not a politician. M,%vry man11 Silp
1porting him was wriltten (Ilown 4eitherl
1as a kiave o . intiramus.
Thlel'e was a cry ahotit lilolle hew
ing1 paidi for pardlons, Hlnrns raketl
the stae ith i s.- li(lectives rni
with a dievilish <ileag--raphl. They flanl
lMuc a 15ounte in front ofi a drun
lawy(..er t' 1s, a)il G Olkn S ( Ill
ar ei icrt l tll..di obellr.
\'t hat dlid thee t'.' .ot a vol wf
proof to conlfinlil ral-- .nilt slhn r
SIch a1 sentimlen101 t?.\ w 'swor.k.-d Iap
throntg'h tile press atll stori-, in111
lalel by v word of 11ionth thatlthon
andls or people todlay really look niponl
GIovernr liaiitase as the lowst Iua-ll
st ial who10 ever trod South 'arolina
What, is thle resuAt?.\ versatils al
shrlewdl politicianl has taken atian
tage t' of these olitions t r r
himuself into I 4ople's i. l : i w k
in 4inali' hanipion. To44 t h t ot,' in
the \orkshpIatl thaor it):,-. ill
iw (a : (- is their fri -- th. I ;i. 1
inte . V. u hit hi- . .T
t hou tills the gi)VlrthI' i t linl . -1.ft:* l
I k ow thi a 101' 1.-- I'll
!14-\ it. an da th:tt tuwlk,- :It Ir e TI
'nasse.-:' v r te e t he :1 n atl m a;.!.
mllY Sec Ilhc itlei r - het l ro:.t
lo g n s of their. (1\11 :im
h.1 i.etaUfcu a fo o~~ ea
h ls of g-lory w!!hl whIien to , e :- 1~
''141 t I i'~ 1141 '
1:i"not whaI'l all, :m ik but what
ll t hin he ik. 11 i-, wonly k;1) u-.
sfl.- the wheatl fromn the hal
ha:I VO duentalion, w al i.: , - V
The ::n l or to) b'' !1 n1 " n
1 i: vn v r lw -1 )-lI i m !4 :ha
wo h 114 w to wm I 'roIn
v.4 nt the mn.- .. -
hr'at purillIn I re 0e
a-uoo c orein. h- p-w
isfieds thi oers olc.leas
knowd paelante. ttssnt a
"Iwtamne, sostittons. k tewlda
144.(4. B.* ' ..*-4 4
1 am11 gladI that hIs Caniildate. .ino.
G ichards, has declared (oil n the
qiu iet) for Governor Blease. To bring
these two tribunes of the people to
etlier is a wortily sacriflee which I
lyfully iiimak. It was a precious pr iv
iolge to hold the flag staff steady, un
-i' lihse true tner could uinito uponl
roe worthy to hear aloft the shining
olIs of t':at pia b l.anniier ot tree
410111 1l,; i O thispre-'olols 1i11 :mblem
oh ;eace and fraterIIty in Ihe hands
of .\lri. lichards.
Su ppor-ted by one' good otlhie and
eau'gerly reachinlg for alnothwr one', le
will de.fI'nd It as ione as there is ally
:hing in sight. with all the zeal orf a
IIew ('o ve It, whose congen Ital dofect
ire m11ore than balanced by his acquir
' i viri-Des.
"Thle world (10 move." 01d dog Tray,
with . a bone in his mouth, grabbed at
his rollection in the water and lost the
substa nce for tile shadow. What an
advance iI canine ievolopieiit t-o put
the hone on he log. set one paw on it.
ili go oI an expiloratory vXpedition
w ith hIIe otler paw. \\ise doa Tray,
'our hiiexampl inl Iodr Ipro
essie n-thos elik to miy mind
nobl epe frm sne ontf'or
I hid you n ht the .iih w tn- -
m ow:;ook his Akin ofI pik.k
it thu.. I Ithin1k.
J.ohn I \e.auiu..
* . . . : i ,, IS 4) 1'. o r I,
* 44 ~ i :1 144.1P the
4 021 : 1 41
I It 011)1 1 v i
\, wloft ill d 4 l h t iha
oniw" :I h hal iro th lar -
1~- . or any drui.. counter tor 5
units. You w ll .iurely like' Parisiano
Sag.e.. Tlhere is no other: ".Iust-as
TiA LKi4 6N IllT31I1tE 3IEETiN(J.
31ir. 4'('lemnn Tiel's Waishington ('o~rre
ilpondient A bout Words~ WVIth (Gover
Wasin gton. .11une .-P resIdent
WViliam (Colemnan, of the Gleni Lowry
'ot ton .l Ill. a r. Wh'iItir le, lussedl
through Washington today on his way
to New York'l, Oin pt ivat e business. A
copy' of Thie News and (onurie r of last
Sundayt13, conitaining two accounlts ol
the I nciden t betw~.een him isel f antd
Gover nor Illease duiirinig the laltteri
speochi at Whit mire Satulrday, wa.'.
shlown to M~r. C'olemian andi he was
::ed1 If lie had any comment to make
~.a thle aci'ounths, the firist of whIiich
was eon tined In a spocil fromi New
berr'iy anld Ithe seondl In a special friomi
Wh'itm111ire. NI r. Colemian reli ed:
"I drove up to the meeting simplly
as a niodest citizen, to hear' what the
)2OVernlor of my state had to say," saidl
"'In a few minutes I waIs iolinted out
by him asu a mani who hated him.
was a1c('used of Opp)inig a resoluiition
in his favor'. This was not tiue, and
seoires of men who were thiere' would
have contiradletd oi t, and1( no one, I
f el sr'e, would have affli'medl it.
"Anotheur matt Ler was Wthen11 brioughit
uP -whiichi I wished to ox plain. TPh<
governor abisoluitely refused to allow
me to say one word lby way of puttling
myself right, There was nothing left
foi' me to do except that which I did,
namely, tell him to go to hell. and
"For a high officer, under cover o'
his position, to draw a private citizen
Into the limelight and then to abso
lutely refuse to entertain any oixplapa
tion is nothing less than tyranny."
News and Courier,
Can't Eeep It Secret.
Trho splendId work of.Chamberlain's
Trablets is daily becoming more Widely
known. No0 such grand remedy for'
stomach and. liver troubles. h as. over
Iben knowp..ale, by #1.4.gersd
Blac!:, Tan and White
10c D elae r
TiE F. F. DALLEY do., LTI
BUFFALO, N. Y. HAMILTON. 0
Cho .i Master Loses Suit. t
Vedlic A warding *20,000 Damages for a
Breach of Promise to 3Mirry. I
Chicago. June, 6.--A verdict award- 1
Ing $20,000 damages to Miss (Icorgia i
.Jay against II omter Illodeherver, choir
niaster for "illly" Sunday, evangelist,
for breach of Iroise to Iarry, was
returlied today bryi li3 inl the di
Aiss .Jay allegd that shle u 110 ode
heaver in lown; that they became
friends and that he proposed marriage
to her1 and Was accepted. Later she
delared he refused to marry her "he
cause marriage would Interfere with
hIs career." Taxical) rides, long
strotIs an,(d (iscussion or riture p)lans
figu red largely in the test ilmony of (
E.1videnmce was pres ented showing
that, Rodeheaver w paid $100 a
week( and traveling expenses.
NEW.VITY ,AII, IS PILANNEI).
Sharhl inhurg 11111 Soon leplace Cen.
tiolry Oldl Structure.
Spartaln rg, .1iitnc t.---Iids are b -
ing a-sked by the Spartaniburg eity
couniil for lit huiling of a new miiin
iclipal jail. It is proposed to break
1roundi11 for the bmilding within sixty
da*vs. T' 'oiin(inell vXpects to pay
about, $:15,0011 for the edillee and is
arrangi,g to orrow thlie moiney to pay
TH) new building, inl addition to
1hitig a Jail, will virtually he the city
hall. as it is intended to establish in
1t the o(lli(s of1 the4 city clerk and
111i inue, mayor, st rmet. couiniissioni
' in : l oth riti liiuipi(ipal olicials. The
1w building, will occupy Ohe site ofl
Nine tracts of laa
Sand near Barksdale S
bargain in every one
(1) The Glenn I
Road containing 236
*(2) Creswell Fra
to Goodgions Factory
(3) Second Knc
(4) Permelia Sh
(5 Nathan Barl
(6 Catherine Pi
( Part of Cati
( The Bill Arr
rens Road containing
One concrete stoi
Featherstone Place o1
Nice Bungalow o1
S.S. Boyd, Place
One house and 1o
Thad. Nelson hoi
Four Hundred a
Five Hundred act
as Henry Place.
Two Hundred aci
place, know as Motte
Four Hundred aci
known as Alsie Colen
Mary C. Sullivani
Two houses and 1
R. A. COOPER. Pros
lie pesent city jail which was erect
dI nearly at ceniturly ago, long served
s the S.3partanburg county jail, and
a-, been declar-ed by 4anitaians and
enologists to be one of thle foulesft
ri-sons ila fihe land.
Coffee to Drink
Flour to Bake
0 lbs of Green Cofeec for ....$1.00
Ifbs of Gr-en Coffee for .....$1.00
lbs of Green Coffee for ..* .1.00
11b4 of Itoasted Coffee for .. ..$1.00
lbs of Rtoasted Coffee for ....$1.00
lbs of Rionsted Coffee for ....$1.00
Coffee Mec per can,
Ijbb of Flour for .. .00
bbl. of Flour for ... .. .$5.115
bIb. of Flour for.
bb11. of Flour for . .. .....$(1.00
bb4. of Flour for . ' ...$'7.00
le elig Store is ie plaece to bucy
our Flour andCong
0 lbs. (of Green Coffee only . .l0
bbl. ".saka" Flour only J..l ..5
Talk to thle ofig Chief.
Trade Ith the ys.
J. H. ISFullivan
Laurens, S. C.
d blou to B R
lof hesi fe racts: . $.0
lace on ej molfe fof.Gree01
enlb o nob Placefo on $16
:ffle Trat cnainig
,erineo Flutna for lace... co..
-e room t Bas dale 111C t
fou AnnramCu W tad Cofe
0Ws.tif( Min Strfee t in ci $.
ho."uei andlor on Eas .
t'i l to tof BGra Courie
se ad lothli onyWsta
Jes boude byulanso
-e Laurned byS. C .S
atin ll e. sl i h
fhuse aclt: uli
otac one aure oftre
126end 1.2 ars.MA
Simpson, Cooper &Babb,
,Attorneys at Law.
Wfil practice In all state Courts,
prompt attention givento all business.
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls answered any hours, day or night.
LAURENS, S. C.
DR. J. H. MOORE,
Physician and Surgeon.
Diseases of Women
'C hildren a Specialty
E nterprise;Bank Building. Phone 22
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instant relief and ant absolute cur,)
in all cases of Asthma. Bronchitis, an,
Hlay Fever. Sold by druggists ; mnail orn
receipt of price Sr.oo.
TI~r}/l P1ackage by mail 10 cents.
WI~AMS MFG. CO., Props., Cleveland, Ohio
LAURENS DRUG CO,
Lakureng. N. 4.
B. R. TODD
Engineering and Contracting.
Land Surveys a Specialty
Ancrete Work Skillfully done or In
Drawings and estlinntes of all Kind.
Telephon'e No. 346
Laurens, S. C.
ta c a C in
654 pacties. l SaeCors
Crllnviswere anorda orau-ht
no nas -the S. C.
Chlrn a Str e cilt
'ic instre ie nowln asotec
idn Stl ase ton. knronts n
T.a Mee. Solhawrugit h ma-o
rcaw 9 phome-pac and.
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