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L AltE NS, S. (., AIU . 12, 1911.
The Adiertiser will be glad to
receive the local news of all the
caminunities In the county. Cor.
respondenta are requested to
shen their names to the contri
bution.i.. Luetters should not be
mailed later than Monday morn.
To us the t iiet , orderly and seem
'ingy ihougitfuil atidiences attendi(1ing
the coulinty caipaign meetings indi
cate tHit th po ple are begiinning to
0)en ltheir eye'i and are goiing to select.
their servants thisi year according to
ability rather than manufactured
"n oilr opinion both Al anninl".g and
CIlInkIs(vaIes have greater Initial
.tre.-,mthi (han Cooper and will poll
)noI vts t han 11e Will in the tirst
prin-..y." -Stanier WatchmanIl aInd
Soi~i~rn. rautlin, all1 of 11hat, for
valo .. .r gumlientr only, 1o imporItit
qumatis, Which oneo would poll 111h.
In-sli in th se:'ond w ituary? It --ooji
4- '-IIt ho lho st rolgest inl the i'svc
ond ;r--imlary and yet. his elction
wcud ot he- a co:npromis11e wR itla
leSiMf hfe sholhl be chosen as tll,
leilt r. and so wilhi Alanning, Clinl
r~': M aint 11Al the rest. II. is now a
qiuv:'rion) of availability without com1
( iAidoring the 4I estioll of
ce t (li/.innit goes without uei' stion
tha ;:. \%t and ordo.r 0-molid;0e whol
Can. i n lii' \ios (o .; froml a m
ihou Tho voted for or . Ih ase 11i
thw : (electionl 81,and& Ihw Surest
c :eof, winnin), inl 1hi.; Year's piJ
atin ranfig that I .I( Iestoration
to l.u :Ild older i i I!,'i aaoo n i -
.'i yor, the0 3yetadidat. who ives
1i"w'. of coinmant12 il d ing t h o's
il 1. - 2' ond priai try. Should be sny
por: i 1 i the fir)SI. O ' cou rgse, opil
irat iofer a.s to who this andid Iaei,
h on and)113' 111 tha1t 1 of man.111y
otl 1.4 of1M I t. A. C(ooher, of 1.au
thmi h is otentiPaity hxcept on tn
paroI)s ofitI3 his b(In unknownLi befor.
C'arWnet hstben des)t roy)1d by) his
own 'Irogress, this far. The arguiingn
that2 Coois thA )(e)'mo. "a()viible"
.h 'a n a nte achmani and Sou th
ronh': I grea3)0lly O))L under-estimates)th
sti t)lhy itkn oopn when( itt wsaoys
that1.M hey i .hilfirsto cho tof com-'
Cooper fas torongth nao fonri hisd
ow rc in L, ('ut linl te adjoiningt
oties d1 Ander211 Itson, IylGreenll e,
the ampiatign fan.cna of the c
t oh as iedm n coun)1i thi. Cooer
11as' favrlt 3y known an1e'd it,1 wsroly
'nec esaryorh hu oehnw that heop
was Ia telo i therat ofr this ae
sies of thesegcountie to Inm 1 to a
his' tandard. soice3( the re beglan,
han thde mredhiadway etor anth
ehr < antiate. fro falleonsth fact
itat heatilslio has bee u till himee
rntitonIevry secsidnrod the og
ses uewinb n on nknownteam
an itn thellowng ar oe the state.
Tor Waitchen ash an ottronde lose
aceient of the egt 'ndistur in i fcta-h
wahiy as policinto anther the vots
besidesnis rtton a aollearlgss
and impartna soicait has andubtim
.Whnnthe Mampign opan cand hea
aoeso strngoowrn alrsover following.
eight of the frcthai is pan fa,
ning's following Is largely a factional
following, while Cooper has never i
jected factionalism into his cam
There is i real balance of power,
consisting of those voters. hitherto
supporters of Gov. lilease who nlow
recognizo their need for law
onforcement and who are ready tp
support a man not a 1leaseite, are
for Cooper. Manning las largely es
tranged himself from this element
and it is in this that his weakness
lies. On this element victory at the
polls depends and neither .MIanning
nor Clinkscales can command as
large a part of it as Cooper.
Rays hlarmacy knows about LIV
VER-LAX. You need it for your liver.
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* lRABUN NEWS. *
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Itabun. Aug. 10-A very good rain
fell In this comnmun ity Saturday and
The prot'racted ieeting is still go
ilng on at, Iabun, and several have
joilned already. R1ev. llradhali, of In
man, is assisting Itev. Baggott il the
meeting an dis Very 1 much liked by all
the labuin peoPle.
Mlrs. I Roia Itper, after spending
Several weeks In tihis and I den1 comil
Xminitis returned to her hoiie in I2au
rens Sat uirday.
M.\isse Rubie and illa I labb of
Foun itain 1in are Visiting lin thiis coli
liinity this week.
Miss Kate Shirley of Towiville is
visi ing relatives in this anid i denii
Alisses laynie Roper and sister of
olieona Path spent Ilast week with Alss
Miss .\largie liolder of Grteen Pond
scctioln, spenUt last week with lsIss
Misses Marie Ala:h lon and .\lae lop
i'r. Messrs Sloani Mahon and l'alnier
Roper visited \It. 11urph1y Alahaffey
of Nlden section Friday.
.\rs. .1oh Aristrolig and datighter,
\liss Nanni Kato. of i,attrens. are at
ldingr. tho lablinl ntivtillig at Itablilli
.\It. Soloinlon .\bihaffevy of Edhon sev
In. spent II Sunda II .y wvi aI r DennI I (I)Iis
Miss Miao Ilibb, after spenling solie
tiiie in Asheville, leturn1-1ed] to helr
homeli last Tuellsday.
Mr. and .\Mrs. S.tewart Maion visited
. lr. and .\%s. E. A. Iabb of I'deni sec
\lrs. IRetbcea Owens spent Siilay
w ith .\lts. Nancy wens.
A isses N'sbitt and Siipson, afte
vpending" aI weeok withl Miss .\ario .\la
1on r1eturn,14,d to their, honles inl'id
r. DIav Sm it i 1 fX tity of
(I r'nvill atre spending this wvk
with .\l r. I .ster Ila it and fatmily, . lii
it .aIr r.eaI It iveis.
. T. F. 1lub ad) datglter. .Miss
.\I :: p. s I t Sutlula.Y \ with1 .\lrs. T. 11.
1 1b of itlen section.
* LANFOTfD NEWS.
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~ilanfotrd, Aug. l0--M\rs. Rilihard
Moorei Is the guest of hier liarelnts this
wiek, Mr'. and~ Mrs. (C. .1. Latnforid.
Miss Nora Cannin h alis returneli
fromi a visit to Spartanbu rg.
Mr.. Rt. A. Wash and fami~ily are vis
itinig thei latter's parenits hieri thIs
MXrs. 0. F'owleir Is still imiprovin1g.
11er. W. M. Owings andt family are
v'tsiting fiendis atid relatives hierie thIs
Littlie Miss Andry '3 Franks was very
pa in fully t hough not serliusily huiirt
last week from a fall while playing.
Capt. J. WV. Lan forid and Mir. 11. A.
Wash wvere in Lau renis Molnday on
Thei other ~l lell T elephtione Co. is
repiIrinig their line through this see
tioni, Jiulttinig Iin new posts. etc.
Miss ~l oill a Lanford spent Friday inl
Mrl. W'alter Odell was In Laniford Son
Mr. anid Mrs. Lanfordl anid Mr. Zack
baliford spient. Sundilay at Mr. Li. M.
Miss Sarahi Wolff anid Paul Wolff
speniit. Saturday in Gray Cou rt.
Master Jamles Fiemitng and1( Lewle
lxinlford are visithing ini Leesville tis
A series of meceting will begIn at
thie laptIst church Sunday. Rev.
Mr. Vaughn will assIst the pastor, W.
SPOKE TO THlE VOTEIES.
(ContInued from page one)'
questions, he indirectly charged that
the chain gang was not earning its
keep. He said that the county need
ed an economical administration so
that the tax now levied would be ex..
Superintendent of Edneatito.
J. C. Biurdette said that tour years
ago he had advocated the election of
trusteesR by the people anA 4hat thin
had now been enacted into law. He
'vors the continued bilding if
unty schools. Mr. Burdetto said
that hie was in favor of having the
state provide funds to make possible
a seven months' term for every
school. lie would have an agricultur
al school in every county of the state.
John 1). Ilunter said that he was
not out to knife any opponent. He
attended rural schools, schools of
Spar-tanburg and Wofford Fitting
school. Has taught school most of
the time since then and during these
years he .has Interested himself in
every phase of school life. He has
no panact !to offer for the rural
school problem. but will endeavor to
assist in solving the problem. lie
gave his endorsement to the farm
demonstration and tomato club work
and promisei if elected to give ef
fie!Vnt service and his whole time to
.1. 0. Martin. said that teaching was
his vocation and that he had been in
the work for twenty years. Hie com
mended the act of the last legislature
providing for the election of trustees
h:- the people, lie favors a state ap
propriation for sh6rt term schools. If
elected le will Insist on lie teachiers
teaching moral and social ethics, so
as to make noble men and women.
. ames 11. SlIlivan, appointed by
the state board seven months ago,
asks for continuance In olice to dmiii
oustrate hs ability. Mr. Sullivan re
cited his qualifleations leaIding u11p to
hils graduati.onl from the tniversity of
Sotith Carolina with 11. A. and M. A.
degrees. lie read statistics showing
Ilat. I ,aurlens cointy hand received
state ahl to the a1munt of about $7.
00n for n1e'edy short t1I erl schools. Ie
Said that le believes in vocational
tindiliing In all the schools and an ag
rtitulrii'al I school in eaeh oun ty. Ali'.
ilullivan promised a continuance of
his best ifforts inl the olflie If re
1,. Diuk itrry promised to do his
i1ty i* %lf locted to the office.
S. 8. l'arrar said that he was a eoi
Oralli'' st raair in the counttty. haV
ig moved to Mount vilhe abolit six
yea rs ago. lie has been ai railroad
g'l'tr and t colactor. 1M. was cdi
eated at Kings .\lointain 'Military
.\A:iiiiy atil at Ponghkeepsie. N. Y.
.1. 1.. Hit askoel for re-elct ionl o
his riecord. Ili said his relations
with the iboard of (onun11issionterA had
heit pleasait. Mr. ilitt said he diid
nt have the opporttinity of an erly
ducia:itioni. blit that he had alwa ys
-nii a hird worker anld would con
itinue to give the conity his best ser
.1. N. Leahe said that lie lhd trav
d11 the road:- of the .ounty for ton
years and knows "son.-hlIng about
ro.1ui." lie said it wottil be a sacri
lit' for him to take the olice, )utt he
wollI give his best s'rvice If electeil.
1). A. .aldetn said that he wavs in
ivor of good roads and if elected he
wouhi do his- dulty.
ir. . 1. 1a isois was abseit.
.1. TI. TloddI said thiat lie hadl nevetr
* id for nli cc before, but h le had
had( cx perience in r'oad -httiIdinag when
a '.Ciy and ~ iih Cotifedei'ate armyv.
Hloiise of' lit'esentaiites.
11. D. lloyd was absent on acott int
o'f iiss In htis fatily.
11. 8. lackwiell told of his recot'd
in th ie II outse of Rcpt'esenitat Ives duri
itng thie Itast twoe' sessionts. sayiing that
Iby reison of' his mnetmberip i on the
\\ays andr .leanis cotmmittee lie had
bietn able1 to) work for thle i'duteational
I rogriess of1 thie ('Olility anad state. lie
favor edi imorie mlotney for' the old sol
di1'rs and had voted accor'dingly in
thle last sess Ion. It u doti (t not want
thie cautse of edutentiIon pushed, lie
saii do not1 sendl tme back. Mr'. I lack
well said( that lie lavo red a systemit of
inand registia tiotn.
.\lr. D. L. Boozer said his latformii
wvas co0-operat Iitn, ('uettion atnd low
CI'r1 axes an tid(eve'lopiedi hiese idheas int
a very ean test mnanner('. Mir. Hioo'z
er' saidh that lie wvas in favor of taking
about tlif thle incomte niowv receiv'ed
by Cl emnsnt anid di stiblutinag it a mnong
nieedly rurtalI schools. lie opposed ap
ipropii'ritti oif whIiite pecople's taxes
fot' ntegr'o schools. Mr. floozer said
that he was in favor of everything
el eva tig.
Geho. A. Browning. .i'.. said that lie
had endci~eavor'ed to carr'iy out the
plnank's of the platform he stooid oni
ini 191 2 anad thiat lie still stood whier'e
he stood thten. lie said lie was In
favor' of tiioi'e penislons foi' old sol
titers, a state warehouse systeim, imi
pr'ovementtt of needy schools, econoim
teal conduct of thto governmlent, local
optioni in everythinig anrd the samd
latformn for' all classes. iMr. Brown
lug said that lie hiad assisted in so
cuaring the raise in salary foi' the
superintendent of edutcation and had
secur'ed an appropriation for the to
mato club work, but that both of
those were lost through clerical er
rbrs In the ongi'ossing department.
Mr. Browning opposes compulsory ed
unation. Hie favors separation or the
races in cotton mills.
S. H. Goggans, of Cross 11111, fav
ors lower taxes consistent with need
ed appropriations. He would have ox
perlimental farms in every county un
der the direction of Clemson college.
He wouid be liberal with the public
schools and would hao'u oe'mfortable
school buildings. He is not flgbting
the higher schools of education. F'a?%
ors a seven months' term for every
school, more pensions for old soldiers,
two cents passenger rate and impar
il enforcemento at+he law.
Wilson W. Harris, of Clinton, woJld
like to see more' constructive legisla
tion. Reckless expenditure of tha
people's money is a crime, he said.
Would have the burden of taxation
borne by those able to bear it. the
property owiters. lie favors good
roads pensions for old soldiers, ruri
credit system, extension of farm dem
onstraton system, legislation to pro
mate rural home ownership and bet
ter rural schools. Mr. Harris says
that there are enough laws on the
statute books, but that these need on
Aug. Hart told of working his way
through the University of South
Carolina, at the same time observing
the sessions of the legislature. lie
would have lobbying put down, would
have corporations regulated "Just a
little bit more," ho is opposed to
spending wiite people's money for
negro ediiucation, favors rural credits,
good roads and better educational fa
cilities. Ir I lart promises not to
serve any special Interests.
W. M. -Nash said that he had no
mblic record to hold up, but that he
Is it, farmer and surveyor and feels
eomipetent. to represent the county in
thc legislature. lie helleves in pro
gressive legislation practiced with
economy. lie would be impartial to
all classes, rich and poor alike.
Mr. W. R. Richey devoted the larger
part. of lis time to a defense of his
record in connection with the well
known Melnltosh certificate, on which
the parole of It. A. Richey. of Abbe
ville, was based. Mr. Richey recount
ed brIefly the history of the case as
printed in the newspapers for the
past several weeks and then read a
letter from 'Dr. Melnitosh w)i:'en sev
eral days ago. iI which Dr. Mcintosh
again denied signing the certificate in
qIuiestioni, but giving ns his opinioii
that Mr. ltichey was innocent or forg
Ing his name thereto. This letter
was written after Dr. Meintosh had
asked MI. Richey for several days
dui ring wlt ich time he might consider
the matter and searchi lis mind fror
any recollection of incidents st'
rounding ie signing of the ceilll
cate. .\I'. ltiehey said that he would
iot iulce any harsher charge against
Dr. '\l1ntosh than that "lie had for
Mir. Rieicy out.lited lils platform as
to legislation, which var'ed little
from he pl iatfoins o' lis preieees
stors, except that ie pointed out that
large appropriations could not lie
made foi' schools, roads, etc., witholit
an increase in the tax levy.
I iau stings 1). F-tewart aid that lie
was in favor of ail tihings hiat ar'e,
good and would vote accordingly, do
Ing the best lie kiew how.
I'errin 11. Watts, of Cross Ilill, said
that. he attended school at tile old
a:ideiy here. IlIe ilisled for the
:tiist-American twar. Ie( said he
was in favor of bet tir ri'aI shlOls,
dmIonit at t ion work, toinato clubilts.
etc. lie wotd incrtease pensions for
fite old soldiers untable to 1.ake care
of tleiiselvyes. lie wouid have federal
aid for poor boys to buy farimis.
A fler the legislative catdidates had
finished, the candidates for magistrate
for itIs townshi 1p me1, ! a few oratorl
kal flights. lead off b 3. W. lutledge.
lie was followed in raph1 succession
by TI. M. Wotrktman, U. C. Hlopkins,. 11.
I'. Tram'ynhiam, W. M. Irby and J1. N.
Wright, the last of wvhom offered to
discuss the tat'lff, Eurtop~eani wari, the
curr'tetncy question and other' timely
topics of v'ital imnpotance in connec
tiou with the ofice of magistr'ate, bit
the voters wvere unwvilling to go into
Unaoble to A ttend First Meetinigs.
Mr. it. I). loyd, candIiate for the
H ouse of Repr~tesentntives, was uniable
to attend the first meetings of the
c'ampiaigti parity on account of the so
rious illnuess of his son. lie has r'e
quested The Advertiser to state fliat
Iho .regrets very mttch being uinaible to
at tend these meetings, but hopes to
Join the othier campaigner's within a
few days, just as soon as the condition
of his son permits.
Judge O. G. Trhompntc who has beetn
suffering from an attack of acute
sciatica, is now very much improved
anil wishes his ft'iends to know that
lis illness wvill In no way intet'fere itn
the dischiar'ge of his dutIes. Hie states
Itat he exptects to be entirely recov
ed in a very few days.
Cake.anid Ice Cream Sale.
The 11. Y. P. U. of Warrior ('reek
church will give a cake and ice cream
sale at the home of Mr. Ar'thur Owens
on Friday eveninig, August 14th. The
ptuli c-is invited.
Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
The Old Standard general strengthening tonh
OROV'8T ASTELtss chiltTON'IC. drives ou
tean. A true tonic. For adults and childrena,
ConBstpation Causes Sickness,
Don't permit yourself to become
constipated, as your system immedi
ately begins to absorb poison from
the backed-up waste matter. Use Dr.
King's New Life Pills and keep well.
TFhere is no .better safeguard against
illness, Just take one dose tonight.
213c at your druggist.
Only Oneo "BROM QUININS"
We~tthe esutaqe i fot Lii aipe A
BURIED IN ROME.
(Continued from Page One.)
party -rode in special cars and a bag
gage car carried. part of the floral
Among the flowers sent.to the White
House were iany elaborate designs.
Washington florists were called upon
as never before. Orders came by
cable and telegraph from every part
of the world. Scarcely a capital of
the world or a city of the ,United
States was unrepresented. A great
blanket of orolilds, sent by the demo
cratic clul4 of Baltimore, was carried
by s!x men. Only a small part of the
flowers could be sent with the train
and the remainder will go to the hos
pitals of the city, as Mrs. Wilson's
last girt to the sick and suffering.
Today Mrs. Wilson's body lay in the
room-in which she died, on the second
floor of the executive mansion, until
an hour before the Services, and then
it was taken down to the East Room.
where flowers from many folks in all
walks of life were banked almost to
the ceiling. At quiet crowd gathered
outside the White ]louse gates.
The Rev.- J. 11. Taylor, at whose
church the president has attended, op
ened tihe services with scriptural read
ing and then the Rev. Sylvester Beach
of Prinecton, N. J., began prayers.
There was no music.
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Vour druggist will refund money if PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure any case of itching,
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles in6 to 14 days.
The fhat application gives Rase and Rest. 50c.
(Continued from Page One.)
should provide for the storing of cot
ton in bonded warehouses, for the cer
tification of each bale of cotton with
a certificate of staidardization and the
actual Identiiflcationi of every bale of
cotton with its certificate.
Withoit these provisions," he sI Said,
*t is doulbt ful i If cotton collateral as
sectrity can be iimade as i ampregnabIe
as it should be Ina the present crlsis."
-i r. Brand Said with proper legisla
tion tile governei(nt could put hIs
Plan i i operation within 30 days to
such an extent its to materially aid
tihe cotton growers. lit, said what
ever was done muilist he done imme
Amolig those iwho attellded the
heariig were: W. 6. TIuneir, Jiaes
P. Illuter and Wil. 4. Love of Nleml
phis, Ten n.. .1. W. Culvert of Ciarks
dale, Miss., ant1d 1.. . Oliver of L .ouis
The comnmittee Is aixious to secure
Some legislation which will so stand
ardize cotton as to Imlake the prodiet
a Solid basis for eredit. Mr. hranmd
pointed out, that by a system of ware
housiig cotton under government siu
pervision and at goveriinmnt stand
-ards, the product would be given a
standlilg whicl would enable tile iew%
federal reserve board to make cot
tonl wvarehouse receipts a basis for
ample.credit. 'Ihat would allow cot
ton growers to hold their product un
til arranigements could be made to
Mr. IBrandc said the United States
exports1 abou11t 8,700,000 bales and~
manufactures about 5,500,000 bales.
Of the export, 2,300,000 bales goes to
England, 1,250,000 to Germany, 800,
000 to France, 625,000 to Austria,
550,000 to Italy and 375.000 to Russia.
Practically all of the export market
isi now closed biy war.
Out of 113,000,000 spindles mnanu
facturiing cotton in the worild, Mr'.
Brand said 93,000,000 were In coun
tries now Involved in the European
war,. Cotton man ufacturer I'Spresenti
said that b~y workIng to capacity the
mills of thuis countiry might increase
their consumption from 5,500,000 to
It was arranigedl that cotton grow
era andl manufacturers should select
a delegation to appear before the
commIttee tomorrow. E. J. Watson,
commissIoner of agiriculture of Southi
Carolina, who with TF. B. Stackhouse
and Dr. Wa re Stackhouse, repiresen t
ed the cotton omin of that state, was
named na chai-rman of the delegation.
ON THE SQUARE
EXAMINE OUR WORK
after your carriage has been repaired
and repainted here and see if it Isn't
as good as now. You' can't beat our
substantial and superior work in this.
If you want anything done in our
line, this is the place to bring it to
insure good workmanship, durability,
and standard excellence, and we are
always fair in our charges.
J. D. SEXTON & SON
LAURENS, S. C.
For Sale-Cow fresh in milk. Also
calf. G. G. Finley, Liaurent, Rt. 4.
Sfrayed-On August 7th my little
pure white fox terrier dog left home.
Any information or 'retirn of her' will
be rewarded. lHd. W. .1lartin at Mar
tin's Stable. 3-It-pd
Wllited--Yout to try a bushel of our
home ground corn meal made with
Laureins county corn. Phone 33.
Prompt delivery. c'ihelberger lros.
Wntled--You to bring your corn
and wheat to FIichelberger's Mill for
grinding. Ixpert miller in charge.
We gr'lind everv day. 'Iticelberger
en ti ileimenl-Whei building material
is wanted, such as flooring, colling,
pine shiIgles, metal shIt ngles, laths,
lime ce(mnent, plastering cement apply
to C. 11. 1uicliett, best material at closo
For Sale--i 0 1-2 1l. P. 1lorizontal
Gasoln Inx F"ginie, made by Whit.e
Illakeslee. Price $250.1)0. llarris
IFprings Water Co., larris Springs,
5. C. 1-4t
Nollee to lntdlexs- I ain now agent
for tie American Ladies Tailoring
Companmy and will take ordrs for
tallor-tmade suits, etc. Sty and fit
guaramteed. See me at my home.
2-5t. Mrs. Geo. IS. McCravy.
it Is dinicult to Imagine
more nappropria'te gifts
gifts that will be better ap
rlaP(~fted by the bride and
bridegroom than outr rich,
ber(~ut ifu .i
- SlVEltWARIC AND CUT
Your fondest direanms ini
SILVERL andl CUT GLASS
will lbe realized in our com
plete stocks---e wish YOU
to call andi have us show you
these stocks for they are the
best we have ever shown.
If yOu don't know what
to give--you'll find "it" here.
3reter & 0ptirIan
altrtts. - .'Y
requires dainty approintments on her
dressing table and her desires in that
directioji are here in groat variety,
Brushds, Puffs, Powders, Peft.nes,
Fancy' Soaps, Cold Oroams and every.
thins necessary for a refined lady's
of1t We carry also a full line of
DI a' drugs and standard medicines,
and our proscription depar' it re
ceives special attention,