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tMr. J. K. Allen of Ilonea Path spent
the day here yesterday.
Miss Ruby Delotte, of Greenville, has
returned home after visiting her aunt
Mrs. Mary Mitlam.
19Mr. U, d. Crew's, who is now living in
Edgefield, spent the week-end in Lau
Mr. Henry Nunniamaker. of Colum
bia, spent a few days last Teek vitI
hI; niece, Mrs. Charles Milam.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Todd and Miss
Bessie Todd have returned home from
McWntreat whore they spent the sum
.lMr. and MrIS. WV. 'F. Mredlocki, or,
Fountain InnII, are visiting relatives
in the city.
Miss i 0st'elle Taylor, of Princeton,
Is visiting Air. and Mrs. '. Lane Mon
rOo-aild other relatives.
Mr. Phiiamon1 Huff wiil teach this
year neavr Oates, S. C., and will leave
sliortly for that place.
Miss Akiry Helle Fuller left Mon
day for Inman S. C., where she will
leach during the coming session.
Miss Nancy Jamieson is exl)ected to
at rive this week to be the guest of
Misses Imogene and Kathleen Wilkes.
Miss Donie Counts has gone to Port
Norfolk, Va., where she has accepted
a position in the graded schools.
Miss Amelia' Todd will leave today
for Atlanta where she will be the
guest of friends for a couple of weeks.
Miss Dorcas Calmes will leave Fri
day for Columbia to take up her du
ties as a teacher in the graded
Miss Rebecca Dial will teach this
year at Cameron. S. C., and will leave
the latter part of this week for that
Mrs. Cl~arles MilamN and t wo boys,
Charles, Jr., and lenry, are visiting
relatives and frieends in -Coluibia and
' 1 Iss -Mlittie' Owing s, wio h1nas been
sick for some tlie, is "ow inl the Co
lumbia hospital utilergoiing special
M'. W. 11. Clark, a native of Latrensi
Cou nty, now residing In Greenwood,
has 1:een spending several days her
Mris. S. A. Agnew and fanniy have
rcturned to their home in llrunson af
ter spending the summer with Mr.
Jared D). Suillivan,
Mr. Benjamin A. Sullivan has been
elected a teacher' in the schools of
Oates, S. C., and will leave in a few
days to begin work.
Mrs. .1. P. Simpson, Misses Mary, Lu
cia and Annie Simpson have returned
to Laurens a(ter spending the sum
mer in Montreat.
Carroll ). Gray, of Gray Court, who
td00( among thilfirst in his class at
Trinity 'College, N., C., last year, has
retuirnedi to his studios, being ini the
Senior class this year.
Mr'. and Mirs. J1. M. Simmons and two
daughters apd two Misses Te'ague
P', motored to the city last night to wit
ness~ "The Perils of Pauline" dt the
.The great niumber of friends of Mr'.
Tom Henderson willl regret to hear'
that lie has ncepted a posit ion In the
Ware Shoals Mfg. Co. store, and has
mnovedl to that place.
County' -Election Ilesulits.
'rho official count of votes cast. in
the primary~ election dlevaloped little
change in the results from those pub
lished in the last Issue of The Adver'
tiser, except in the case of the race
for county comnilssioner'. For a time
it seemedl that Farrmai' and Todd would
head the ticket, but the last boxes
heard from put Hitt ahead of bo0th the
loading candidates. For a time it
seemed that HItt and Farrar wouldl
.be elected. When the omlelal count
wvas 'made by the executive committee
Thurisday morning, some discrepan
cies in former r'ep)orts were found re
Bulting In placing Tiodd~ among the
sucecainful candidatos insteadi of Far
iar. liiitt and Todd wereo duly namned
as nominees of the party.
No further' changes were made in
the standing of the handidateCs.
Messrs. Gioghlns, loyd and Iliarris
were elected to the legislature and
J. Ii. Sullivan wvas officially c'ounitedI
in foi' su per'ntendent of 'education.
W ~ithm these ofllcers sworn in, the
county offlils will be as follows:
Supervisor, IH. Il. Humbert, SherIff,
.John I). Owlngs; Clerk of Court, C. A.
Powers; treasuirer, Rloss D. Youiig;
auditor, J1. W.. Thompson; Jludge of
-Pr'obate, 0. (1. Thompson; coironer, Ri.
0. Hairston, cominissloners, J1. fl. 1itt
and J1. LI. Todd.
oh Atlanta Journal, oZ September
circle of fred fthe brido in this
a.cty and county. The announcement
was as follows;
"Mr. and Mrs. Al. S. Davenport .I
nOtIlce the Marriage of their- daugh
ter, tIary Langston, to Mr. James
Thomas Sims, on July 30th, 1911. Air.
and Mrs. Sins will be at home to
their friends after September 15th, a t
657 Highland Avenue."
The bride Is the sister of mrs. 'Ilios.
M. S'haw. of "Five Oaks", near Cold
Point in this county. She is a young
lady of charming personality and is
greatly admired wherever known.'She
has been living with -her parents in
Atlanta for several years.
IiEADJS CUT OFF'.
G(overnor Revokes4 Comniisions of
About 'wenty-Five Notaries.
Columbia, September, 1l.-Governor
1I0n.3 1111 again sharpene(..'is axe
an(d 14. decapitating .the heads of no
tories public. Tius morning he re
voked the commissions of 25 from va
rIous parts or the state. Although no
information concernIng the action of
file governor could he obtained fron
the executive ofllces this morning. yet
it is 'supposeid that this is but the
beginning of a wholesaile revocation of
the commlssions of notorles. The fol
lowing are those notroles whose coin
missions were revoked today:
C. I,. Jones, Ward; .1. A. Satcher,
Ward; W. 1. Wallace, Newberry; C
F. Lathan, Little Alountain; It. IA.
Tarrant, Newberry; If. T. Cannon,
Newberry; W. F. Sanford, Newberry;
Guy Vaughn, Fairforest; J. N. Barn
well, Bayboro; Arnold fell, ilayboro; I
M., C. Holmes. Bayboro; I. .M.
Price, Gurley; J. W. B. Chaplin,
Neeses; \. L. Ehllncy, Neeses; J. 13.
Sheppard, Neeses; .J. T. 'illianms,
Neeses; W. S. Nobley, .Johnston; W.
C. Derrick, ,Johnston; .1. C. Lewis,
Johnston; Yancy M. Alay, Jolnston;
Eigene A. Gri n Newherry; .1. Y.
.McFall, Newberry; Joel E. McFaddin,
Sardinia, and J. I.. Gamble, Nlays
(OVEillRNOLS TO 3 EET.
That Is Plan of Southern Leadt r.
Governors to Meet.
Wasiingtonl, Sept. I 1.-A t a nit -
ing of senatois and house memb 1rs
interested iII cotton growing, held I re
lonight, it was decided to invite I-.
goverlors of all the cottuon-g r ow iig
Stat.s to Come to Wa shington Sc ne
tilne within tile niext week or ten d ys
1 )or IL con ference ulion tile su irt.
Senator Hioke Smith of (Georgia \ as
emil)owered to extend the ivitat'on
and urge ulpol tile differeit governil rs
IthlIt it be aeccepted.
Upon leaving the imeeting Senlator X.
1). Smiti of South Carolina said:
"It. Is of the litlost importance
that whatever' steps tile legisitures
which ar soon to Convene iln extra ses
sion take, and wiIuhatever tile different
cotton-growing states do, he acted
lpon now. Wlie i', we are taking care
of this year's crop to the very best
advantage, it Is absolutely iecessary.
inll my opinion that we make ilext
year's crop a safe investment by de
c ding as far as PosSible wiait the
aereage of' the cottonl-growling St:ates
will be in 1915. This canI not lie doned
ini any hetter- way, according to '11my
Judg(men~ut, t hail by a conlfer'ence of tile
governiors inlter'ested in tile malitster.
to b)le heldi ini Walshingtonl w ith tile
sentators and1( representatives whio
ila-ve been at work oin it sin1ce it was
seenl somle time ago that there wvoui
lie trouibie growing out~ of the war In
"I alm glad thlat this step hals been
agreedi upon,1 andh you may say for
meW thalt I heCartily appr~iove of it. If
the governors of the cotton--growving
CORN CO3MES OFF AS
EASY AS YOU PLEASE!
"Uets-It' Being Used by Mfillions!
Itis tho first tIme thlat a real, sure
as fate corn cure has ever been dis
covered. "GETS-IT" is the new corni
enlder, based on an entirely new prin
('iple. It is a newv, 'erienlt formnula,
neverii suiccessfully ii tatited. it maklies
corns shrivel and then-l vanishl. TI'wo
drops do the work. You dlon't bundle
upi your toe aniy :more withl sticky
tape) and1( pla1stersi that pressM dlown Onl
tile 1po0r corni-noil mor01 fleih-eating
salves thalt donl't "stay Put," no mioreC
hlackin~g at corns withI knlives or, raz
emrs, 110 moeit bileeing or danlger' oif
b)100( piolson. No more liminlg around~
for daiys wvith sore corns, 110 mor'e
"GETS-IT" 1s now tile biggest sell
lgcornl cure in the wvorild. Use it oil
any hard or soft corn. wvart, callus'
or -bunion. Ton ghi.'s tile night.
."GETYS-IT" ii sold by druggists ev
erywhere, 25 Cents a bottle, or sent
direct by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago.
"GETS-IT" is sold in Lanurens by
lAurens Drug Co. and Ray's Pharm
We are ready for the f
loads of the best home fur
We offer in Trunks, Bla
Dressers, Chairs, Rockers,
lor Suits, Iron and Brass I
Stoves, and hundreds of ot]
IIay I3ron 11. ed, Beautiful White
t eautlfl Qllarteredi Oak 11011 l)"(
1; one of the greate4t, valuties ever
A ln finished Solid Oak 1IoTT"l
Pdsal Table, ex tends to Ii feet long
States wvill come to \Vashington they 1While it
will be in good condition to advise Henry, effe
with their people, and1( especially With bill lookin:
the members or their legislatures, as5 ing of the
to what course to pui'sue regarding new pa
next year's crop, bill 1)ropo0
"We hope to have the meetsing here> r'eady been
is stated, some time wvithina the next____
week or ten (lays; the sooner the beCt- N~yg
ter.'' Sate of So
(IOMMiITTEE SEL~ECTiEDJ. Veea
numb1) er of
IHenry of Texas Names Aidis for Ef- free-hlolde,
fort to Secure Oovernmient Help. (listrlet No
WVashington, Sept. 1 t-l-ellevinlg CatHa 11
that it is squ~arely -up~ to the govern- llltxI
m1ent~ to (10 much mUOre than it hlas yet school (dis9
agreed1 to do to take cnre or theocot- 11urposes1,
lonl situationu due to the Iluropean Awar, COunt boa )0
[Congreissmanl Henry of Tiexas, whlo i lln
wasl (chosen cha irmalln of a comm1it11tee (lay or Sep1I
rir cotton men a day or two( ago to (01n- .9(hool 1103
31d10r tihe cottonl ques~tionl, todafy rn- the manl3ag
Itounlced tht he 1had. selected lihe fol - sa 1 shot
1(owmII iminers of a yeeral de->mm11- personaIl p
tee0 to serve with 11111 who 0exiII
C. S. lHarrett, Georgia; W. C. A*dam.- istrationl e
son, Georgia; Joe Thompson1501, Okihlo-tieglei
lma; Hf. M. Jacoway of Arkansas; H. Ti '
S. Mobley, Ark-an.ss; JT. Thlomauis tax shal! '
IloelInl, Alabama; R. L,. D~oughlton, wiord "Ylm
Northl Carolina; A. F. Lever/-'outh on1. Th'l~o
Carolina; 10. W. D)abbs, South Caro-, tIl tavot'(l
1111a1 J. fl. Aswell, Louisiana; Hi. D. thlereon. 1
Stephlens, Missiali; James P. Jil- or 8 o'cloc
ehanan, Trexas; Peter Radford, Texas; remuaini opt
W. D). Lewis, Texas; K. D. Mcelr in tl art
Tennessee; Frank Clark, Florida; Hi. d.rise 'trust
D. Flood, Virginia; J. C. Cantrill, Ken- of the elo
tucky; Gleorgo A. Neeley, Kansas; T. (and count
I. Douglas, Missouri; Dr. H. C. Alex- tion Withli
nune North Conan. 8-2o
FURE AND S
rest Prices on Guaran
all trade with the best values eve
nishings at prices that we know w
"E THE SPECIAL VALU
nkets, Mattresses, ,Springs, Rug,
Lounges, Sidebcards, China Closet
3eds, Crockery, China, Glasswai
ier items that can't be mentioned
A t-ery Alasslve lBed, Itns 2-inch Posts
and 1-inch Fillers, White or Vernis
Only 65cts each.
Ikxtra heavy \.\aiple 1:n ttC (hair. eomt
tfortal , well. fiinIit shed andit s.'rv iceatble.
E. H Wilkes & C
1s not so stated by Mr.
rts will be0 made to pass his
towardi the better finane
cotton situnation, which is|
ig in tihe house. What tihis/
aes to accomplish htas atl
petItins signted by a legal
5 treslding in lluter schiooi(l
3, Lauren~ls county, Southt
sking for an~ elcIti ipon I~ ,,'I
nt of votitng ani addItional 2, -
1)on thte ptroperty int said
rict to be tused or scholi
avC ben filed with the
r'd or ed nent Ion, an e lectiOttn ~'~2
embtier, !'lI. at, ilo(k iIridge _
I disti et.
ih eiel rs eturni teal or'
ro)pmt for ttaation ai ~ ~'ti
itheir tair reciptlis andt reg- ij:ty
cr11i[lentesc as, teqiIred int ) \f
1l' e tl t sitall b Ie all owed I* 1
voting thte 2 mtili aidditotioal~
ole a bllot cont Ialitatg hieI
I" wrtten or piri nted lthere
agaitntt the 2 mtili adiditiop .
1i vote a ballot cotainting
"NO" writ tenl or pinited
~olls shtali open1 at the~ htour
k it the for'enon and shtall
n unitil thte htour of 4 o'clock
tinoon whetn thtey shtall be
I thte ballots cottntedi.
tees shall repiort thet resutt
atin to the couinty auditor
i aupei)rintendent of edutca- AT IL
1 ten days thercafter.
JAMEDS H. SUILLIVAN,
ny rdr e nntena.a Tuesday.
r seen in the State. Car
ill please you.
5, Window Shades, Beds,
s, Tables, Hall Racks, Par
re, Enamelware, Tinware,
A full sixe 1eavy Ded, one that will
lost a life time and well worth a third
InOre 01han1 our price.
.\ nl iiiu Io k r i ely li ' hol.
MO TTIL hiFO / LP
CITY OPERA HOUSE
Sept. 22d. at 8:30 p. m.