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Laurens, S. C.
'MASON LlI}l2 President
W. G. LANCASTi1R viCO-Pres.
ARTHUR LICE Sec. and Treas.
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.1-Al'IMENS, S. C. SEPT. d,19141.
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
mailed later than Monday morn
Yes. indeed. .acks w'nt democratic,
W will ask our friends at the pre
cinets who sent in the returns last
week to help us again next Tuesday.
We would like to get the returns in
just as soon as the count is finished.
Last Tuesday all of the boxes except
Gray's Store had reported by 11
o'clock and we hope to get them all
this time by 10.
"I ain going to have a Wonaun's De
part':nent at the Laurels cou nty fair,
if it is only one biscuit on exhibit,"
states .Miss Garlington, Tomato Club
Organizer for is coun t-y. 'This
ound s like bisin)ess to ts and we
believe it is going to bring results.
The C(ou1nty firai has beei a su1CCess,
So far1, WitlIolut the womtein having as
uch at' inl it as they si ldoi! hti
ihyh been m liseId and the lmov'
Ieln ' ol tlil l t il in e l3 l ine 14h to udt
:the "finaishinig toulches" oil Illv wh0oi
"C)h\blna." eat's haviet :t23weina ' otig
imrn - dI :n11 t'iidi ttl leti e piek dilhwith
t i I ' 11 [ g Co- l ill,
its hk1(s to hose w\ho gave so nsih
asi :n 03 in1 ol illling a Il lt b li
arg t W ry loya on the igh of hes
:irst all oftey I I e hiliblg tose
to who we ar uder grat. ob)I il -
tdonl are ourl frienIds at1 thle ditffeent
bo xe4 w lio s i tn t i th It w lt h
tieuhonelOi and telegraph operatols IOl
thirl painstaliig work in ithalnsllit
taing milissages and making onnan
on s and to those Who lelped us in
tIhev o!flihc O' cose we bould no
Teave ut ou own willing helpers i
the composing anr d press rooms Ilo
araaslongtie l. N. & su.'myhe oaron.
The lic of eturwn trip tietsuli rm
to B iirmingham and0 Aulanta.nt
yTle aboard Airl havinherameoa
rae.ceswill hodc n xusongo fror oint
aliiion aits riegulartrains exceot aNo.
Ca.houickats to Atlanta pir Sepem
berngh althusdy Semigamptem-3d
Te tra iktet will g litoea 10:8
.A.iM.s whreseers froxvit
Thept Shieiffei retti tickets from
linton:1 v to Atlanta wyriller$.00 )and
-toimingham0l3''t $6.00. Fullitr, Mount-3
vledCross H otJl have hern same
ra11tes. ict'iy''s will be1 good1 for re
herino s P.1:'ris oedrom Knoxlle.
eputy teriff313( (~ itidrture Mon-luca
tow5 e Hih aenorcoord
ong,Aug. monyr. ( \V.pe ilirne
dingigeshoy ftrad a~ndhd not been
'hardii an hnil tone inrKnoxyliand
'heio nailmest haeronback toitheir
t11homes inr Nofrth Caolina or eeal
Yons Au. Ab.-r.mblW. Wingin'g
scngoog atoo a~l, rindi closeddy
Theil -andpis hwo brohemro and
Mls home De North Carolnford as
giga. J. H.~n undcrmbo' shnging
scola/ ialtscoe rdy
struction of liss Lucile Cox.
Little Pearl Page of Augusta, Ga.,
is visiting the ramllny of 'Mr. 0. C. Cox.
A l1ss Emnia May lurdett has a po
sition in Spartanburg with Dr. Bunch.
Mr. Clyde Glenn who has been a
traveling salesman for several months
Is at home for a few days.
Mr. l'ugene Cox and Miss lucile
Cox attended the lawn party at 'Mr.
.John Currys near l1lals IPriday night.
'lhere was a lawin party at Nir. Tomi
H lenderson's Saturday night.
The Garrett reunion was held at
the home of M1r. Drady Garrett
The Mi1sses Dillard, of l'nore, Vis
ited Nir. lPrank Bobo's family last
'r. Willie Mills and famtily, of Eio
ree, visited ir. 0. C. Cox one day
Mr. len lWilliams of Eanoree visited
Mir. Alvin Cox Friday.
Mr. P. K. Abercrombie and family
visited 'Mr. and Mt's. Gross at White
Stone last week.
.\Mr. Zeph flall's wife was buried at
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* 1' CROSS IL NImVS.
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Cross Hlill, Aug. 31.--Election day
has come ald gone. Disappoint
ments have been met and fond hiopes
eijoyed. Cross 11111 did her' best for
Cooper and good governmient, a num
ber of us laying down our business
and going out Into other counties to
make known the merits of our man.
We -believed him to be the man who
would give us a peaceful and pros
perous administration and are of the
same opinion still. But it seems fate
has decreed otherwise. With submis
sive heart we turn to the second pri
mary to finish up the good work be
gun, and will expect every mat to
do his dluty to couity and state.
But inl the midst of campaigning.
anxiety, and war, let us not, forget
fihe community fair-, fihe day for' wich
is fast approaching. May every ono
(o his part int this and havo a share
inl buil(ling up his owin initerest and
('0nunuit11Y. Get. 3YOu' eXhbits 0 read4Y
and lIM. other'is see what YOUt ar1, doing
Ind t(ow YOU are doing it.
.\lvssr.1. Luther. M.\artin a ti .l. 0.
n-nnlly hav forie d a partnr0.. hip to (
CI.m a aigenl mrcatu i- busi
twss. 1urn iture all itIldr .11 kr r
(.hes w;I(i I kll bet s vi tie s (conne 11 (.ld 1
Iit ti ir buI ness1 ,. .\lr. \\'ai I e-r ( ;rirI'
Ail t es .1 . 1) y plac us - S
Ot an w t~1 at14it iesman t ('Plv Itt w..v) 1
N i n will fill \lr.
11. Nance's s otio.
.\lr. \\. i'. Cull !tsonl tas purc
hli t se 1nd lot of .\r' . .1. it . \\'ilb-u
on North lain strl-t nna htaI 1 :l.oal
in11o lihe saine.
11r1 tow't 'kit an o s are at I\ '
intting the strleS id p r erc n..
Workmeln are buy owv finlishfingl
p ilr. Conway Dial's residente.
armars are ptakitig s'sottonl and
st inning haes .. to ha dons
Que'iltenubror people a i esCt
tyefodeaChitrn's every atndnesshaar
courteh slundaym aduringrtlta laen
sineredande ad apleitloxeroie
fair.tan rust1 imleratoed the rb
thoe who casonhei allotwe t'k.
onte2tCad o Tsu' nhanks
It wi eve sie to thankt most
thearty Iteestle of Larens couny
WI tor ech~h and ykindnest pand
cotapagn. uaso s to e xp ui vrys myt~
Yincrs and dee apprgiecsiation of1i the
faith ad trustimpsin te byt t
thosei wh5 atteraltfrm
an 4e cit otiens. ks
Ie of:v~ Laures cltVonty,16 i I am, k
Yoe us fui argessivI1(co Ivt ed ont,
tet' thi (lte. I iAuguso Ii (t. Iari.
mean ask Lauran lbth.,w im a
Laurens. S.N ET.
Notich to Lxpess m thnw- aeto
othe vAericwho Luadores melingm
assuring ahnm will tae vorder wr
duanepyaeiaeeme at my.hme
3-5t Ms. GJ. L. Melahafy.
* ANNO UNCE.311NTS. *
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for county commissioner, sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic
J. N. i1MIAK.
I hereby anniounce myself a candi
date for the ofice of county conmmtis
Miler of Laurens county, subject to
the Iules of the Democratic priiary.
J1. T. TOD01).
Knowing S. S. Farrar to be a man
of Wide experienec in road work we
hereby announce him as a candIdat3
for road commissioner subject to 1ki
rules of the Democratic prinary.
I hereby offer myself as a candidate
for the ofice of county commissioner
of Laurens couity, subjec. to the
rules of tile democratic party.
.J. 13. iiTT.
House tif Representatives,
I hereby offer myself as a candi
date for re-election to the i llosite of
Representatives from Laurens coun
ty, subject to tile rules of the Demo
GhO. A. DROWNINt0 .ll.
I hereby anniouncee myself a cani.l
late fr the house of represenhatives
subject to thle rules, of thle !)emocrat ic
primary. It. 1). 1(IXYl).
I hereby aliloulce imtyself it call
didate for the ilouse of Rlipreseni
tives from iLaurens county tuiject to
the rules of the Demtocratict rimtt ary.
WILSON W. IIARMIS.
I hereby announlce myseIi a candil
(late for the House of iepr-esentatives
from laurens county, '4u bjct to the
rules of the Democratic orimary.
S. H1. GOGGANS.
I hereby announce myself a c udi
date for re-election to the House of
lepresentatives subject to the rules
of the )emocratic Primary.
I. S. BLACKWIELL.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the House of Representativew:
from Laurens county and pronise to
abide by the results of the )emocratic
primary. W. Rt. RItCHmCY 81u.
Superintendent of Eduencltlan.
I hereby announce myself a canli
itdate for Cotytty Superintendent o IEd
tienion and promise to abide by tle
ritietlS of the D)emocratic primary.
.A.\ l l . S 'lAlA '.'AN.
Dr. .1. 0. .\artin Is hitreby anote
Vd as a cand hi:ll for ,ounty l ii er
intr ted let of yeis tio. i t. s y to-t
rilels of the ap roching )en n it lit
l'i'ny selet ion. \'O T|-:s lit
Ihereb-1y announMCeuyel a vand".
dat1 for .\sla irte wIt Itunt fo wf -
Ship. iu l 1.i114. rufl s of th ite
lo rth at th'ri iteintilary. ~ oriii
!1a tll' ti lilt , Ihi way . ia t .' : li.\a .
0;t-lor .\ind i1t (al(. ior it.;ien twn
d t sb 1et to th1i ruch o l e 1w iio
.1. N. W ltio,T.
upigt i debat lannisotey ie
tsor 'The .Advertisrit
I wish to ceay a fow woris inl b
hal' Of HIMn. IRichard 1. .\lnninig, a1
reflidt for govnor iln the second
primnary. I ltvo known Pr. .\aing
for t *elve ..I s. and u ag. sy con
-Wieniously that hie Is a true n in
.V(er0 ILNsenea of teill word. I was In
years- and duiga part of, that time
boarded at i ne ho. i (te l or br, ting
ah ose wit hims ant tur the sach.
Chilren ake in.thns waye kenwet inQtnae
Alsithe hity mal aned o uchof hisn
true orh ar nir. oeanot hne wenscor
dicars eisnsorfriubnlicdt the hwas al
itahysex ise inyounelQfanineable andut
uprigh Ain debatoue oranablutc ey Thee
ro poitia o ltegilaietrikey
Fres. andit cotryme oOn, rally Mr.
the F.uppote o~',f anning trut. hisr lead
er~ish anl i' eletingee hill igoveror
you' wil o edi'tet'iet to lvs tn
rlc tt getehonor upion tile ltstate,
te commonll moitherfus atll.roiid
Laurtns S. C.10, Aug. 29th.ieanlte. ii
PELINies,' i'h traetr ne gpve to an
et. ttae frntisnt istur th1.e toah
Cildrenx tk It tr4ta and skno ttituiie.y
caure laervses nr rii wnteh. Tufry
ft' thanx timetneed Quaie for anylDur
rot leuys idel> nery.telie
MneIs~trify W.o b.loyof Ora, and Mlr.
lytan yottlll ofaj ellon have cler
Invhatin t the aeyfom .\nd J.ki
Th. Oldnttand ae now st eraeing t.
Mr.VW ltrd is ow ciin INCre o th
whlietoasistinth bl anageduii nentt.
tan.A sue tLaur.-Vo andltthensurround
For Salo-Cabbago plants at $1.50
per thousand. Apply to Mrs. S. D.
Young, -Phone 256, Laurens, S. C. 6-1i
For Sale Cheap-S. It. Todd's nice
lione and 5 acre lot on West Main
street. 'ee Mrs. S. It. Todd or B. M.
W~olff. Laurens, S. C. 6-5t
Trespassers Notice-No hunting al
lowed. l Oily piace. J. T. Slilpson.
For Sale-Cow fresh in milk. Also
calf. . Giff. 11. Finley, Madden.
For Sale-One Itubber tired carriage
with pole and shafts, will sell cheal).
J. S. Bennett. 6-1t
Wanted-Teachers with certificates
wanted immediately for following po
sitions in graded or rural schools: 3
at $60; 6 at $50; 8 at $45; 11 at $40;
7 at $35. Direct from school officials.
Special enrollment. Act quickly. W.
H1. Jones, Algr., Columbia, S. C.
Notice-Buy your Flour now for it
is going to $7.00 per barrel. We will
save you money on Flour this week. J.
C. Shell & Co. 6-2t
Seed Oats for Sale-700 bushels
Bancroft rust-proof seed oats for
sale. S. J. Davis, Laurens, Ut. 5.
Wanted-You to try a bushel of our
home ground corn meal nade with
Laurens county corn. Phone 33.
Promt pt delivery. Elchelberger Bros.
Wanted-You to bring your corn
and wheat to Elehelberger's Mill for
grinding. IExpert miller in charge.
We grind every day. Eichelberger
Gentlenmen-When building material
is wanted, such as flooring, ceiling,
pine shingles, metal shingles, laths,
lime cement, plastering cement apply
to C. H. Duckett, best material at close
Young Man would you marry if
suited? Many beautiful Indian girls
In Oklahoma. who own rich oil and
farming lands that are looking for
husbands. Information furnished free
Mtrs. M. ). Smith. Box 597, Muskogee,
Fo:' Sale--Burr Clover Seed for
salc, seed In the burr 1 lbs to tile
bushel at $1.00 11Cr bushel. A little
trash an(d d(11rt, but this Is Ileeded for
in1oeul a tioll. I laised 16-5 bushels oil 2
acres tills year. Fine for grazing
young hogs, pigs, Cows and for im
Irovilland 111. I'Htre saeked F. 0. 11.
K ina rIs. Now is time for planting
upll to Octoblr )St. I). 1. Zoozer. 5-St
EXPERIENCE AND SKILL
Ill ho)rseshoeilng requires a "kinack" to
secu1re perfect results. Tha~t wve have
gained( it. Is lprdvale by tile numbII er
of valuable1)1 aniinals aboult townvt whlose
speed( and~ sutrefooldnss has been
mtade0 possible bly our w()ykc on their
hoofs. Every jelb of shlo ing with u1s
Is a studyI to seentre llr >1r results
whlat, customer's wan~ a fd pay for. See
how well we'll fIll y' ~r Ideas of cor
rect shoein g.
J. D. SEXTON & SON
LAURENS, S. C.
Our wveddinlg silver is the
standard( amliong lpartiicula r
petell --it Is the0 kind' Ihato
m lakes5 trealsutred fa m ii l heir
- 51embilage~ of bei stti 1I ob
jects thiat have LF/e gathl- -
(1red with enrefl t outght
SI VIhit (Gil'TS whtose aip-P
and~ tha(1 t are of enduritng,
renimmbranIces of the friends(1
who01) pesetedC tihe atrticles.
To insplect is to indlulge
in a real ptleasure-you are
invited to call.
3teeer & Optti an
aiuuenu, - 0 ~
I I II.lilllII ilii
IS THE MAN
When He Is Elected
We Shall Have:
1. A Clean Business Adminis
2. A State Government for all
3. Efficiency in the Executive
4. Co-operation Among the
5. A Progressive Program of
Legislation Embodying Construc
6. Enforcement of the Laws in
7. A Judicious Use of the Par
DEMOCRATS OF SOUTH
It is your duty to go to the po0l1s on September the 8th and
vote in the second Primary. So far only a partial vistory
has been gained. The election of a governor is the people's
fight;, he is in the State all the time ; he can be reached b~y
the humblest man;1 h le is thle governor, but11 the ser vant of ev
ery, mnan in the state. Mr. 'Maninbg will be eleced governIor~
if t he people go to thle p)oll and( v'ote onl Septembelr 8th.
There will be mianyv elevenhi holiur falsehoods spreadl and
fromn past ebxperiene~e thei vters ofC thiis Statte shou l d k now
t hat, t hiese below- Ihe -hielt ouugh t not be believed. Make h up
your inuds now to vote for good governmen.
There will be at tm is to elouid thle issouec but t he people
cannoiit be fooled. D)O>"i' STOP WOR K ING FORl LAW
AND ORDEFR AND) U )OD) (IOVEIINME'NT UJNPLIA T1 I4
LAST VOTE 1$ C'O[J TED).
The farmters of the State are going to stand to Mr. Man.
nling, a farmer hinsel f, \vho knows the A. B. C. of farm con
dlitions and who has bee.h foremost in bettering rural condi
tionis. H~e is working n > to help inthe fight to relieve theo
cotton situation and ho has already done much to help the
planters of his State at tther times.