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5c. the packet or two Bobs" for a
cent at all the better stands and stores.
J UST bobbed into pop
new candy-coated chew
ing gum. Heart-shaped
so that you know them
anywhere. Fresh pepper
minty flavor, that every-,
one likes so much. A
an d new.
"Bobs" are what you want
Br-lead, Cakes, Pies,. Macaroons
and Lady Fingers
toe Laurens Bakery
".)ME INDUSTRY, WHITE BAKERS
Clean and Sanitary
Patronize us and you patronize yourself.
ead Atteto Caken to acaons
ddieryorared Lay FngoPes 2 n
heor Luer.Ths Bakery srnb
c1re bakMersDUSTrmebe WITE BAKooERte
by ite ar whaon Stani theiow
arong.ize yu find ayo atoizurbead yousf
h : fiavo attetion givnt weil apprcatsos.
e eell 6ithecsyour roa5 cthis buyivceso
or advaetage of2Crcn.onsm the d vsoll ar. day
or oman Bad ou aon, athatoe32
Watchil deivr ou wagon cland wrypth red
A womde fnurr hme towneby wasite brs
To h arial okers: Wetbakeaythiong
wsuacv aor to telur ndw will apeate same
chmets witraprvlkte.u 6cek
~ 25Pcts ronize He 6Induvstry ah
E.C.mtch andW our wagon Maand Bkterea
Noeis mer gin yoar the twnbywier-kes
Ton' Cinhrtabre okerse fnthn
he IUu cons ofh labo to ounhpepoyfo
~i tsdyy w ntor.I osn.be
di lE. . Smith a~ng.J ite gr- ~ akr
tiNete u iness . llcrdior and Fnjurt~e teB Jng
deh' os wlllly mak e l thlmet th W.t
II.1)a1 ndW. M. D)nl ia.Atony a n
i-rnnameof 'ho Jb! Cmpan, Laurc's, S. C.
~I. ~~O~lw. M ~ ~ .A1i insln 'xs Inttlusted to Our Care
~h.(( (IO ii It aset a~1wil ~~-Will Hlave~ Promipt and ('areful Atten
~h~ra.; vilinmkesot lenint wthffite ov er Palmetto Bank
Mnin);e I~lal.Mr. Foatheristone will spendii~ Wednes
"V. 11.1)lalday or eac(h weecck in Laurens.
Sep. 3d, W.5 M.-1ta
S~j(.311, 91. 1L H. S. BLA K W ELL
Simxpson, Cooper & Babb Atrea a
uttorneys at Law. r-ompt attention given to all business
P'rona!t Altentlon Oiven All BUnsiness Money to loan on Real Estate
W!R1 Pracicoen il State Courts Offie" n Simm50 Re idingPoe9
..e o e Al . 0 . * C. *
* Oet Your Neighbors Ready for *
* Wiser Cotton Marketing. *
The mnarvelous achievements of the
Geriman army and of Germany itself
have given the whole world convinc
ing proof of the value of prepairedness.
The man whp wins is the man who gets
ready and gets ready long ahead of
This principle certainly applies in
cottoni marketing this year. If we arc
going to avoid the blundeirs of last
year, it is tline and Iigh t line to put
things in readiness. We must act at
Of cou rse we are not going to have
the panie whicl prevailed last year.
We know now that the world will use
c(ttoln, War or no war; and we have
tle help of tle Federal Reservesys
temii, whillh was not inl opelration when
last year's crop maltitred. .lMr. lard
lng, the Soutliera'n inemher of the Fed
vral l'eserv iloBard, declares that the
govern met , will do its part In advane
ih.' money to miov(e the crop. lout the
real question, he says, - is whether
Southern merchants and Sout t hern
hankers and Soulthera fa riers will do
lil part by getting ready to take
advanitage of the facilities offelred.
'robably tle greatest nee(d is for
hlelr warehousing. Fortuniately th1e
National I)epartment of Agriculture is
interesting Ilself in this problem, and
cottonl-growers everyi-3where shold get
its I wo new bulletins, No. 216 on "('ot
ton Wa reiolses", and No. 277, "Col
ton Wartehouise Coust routio n". Farm
ers and buisiness ina imn every cotton
prodiutling coitlliy should get togetliei
miediately, investigate t lie va Ie
hou.sing iieeds of their local markets
and arraoge , eiedy aniy defects or
At the saile tilte fa ers shoul in
terview tHeIr bankirs anti arrange to
grt. sIclh advances as Will enalble them
14o hold co lon 1it after tie imarket
rcover's flom the depression that atl
ways follows 1the dummping of) t he "dis
tress" portion of Ithe crop.
Of (oirse we biehueve thlm:1 friniiiers
shomihi act individially wi-i- it is not
possible to get cooperative action, but
really isn't it possible to get your
nlombhor's to netltogetheor, .\r. Sub]
scriber, if' you only show siicient in
dustry atd patience? There' is the test
o1 th1e great iiian-- t hat he has "'learn
ell to labor and to walt." Or as the
modern pliiase has it, "all things come
to him who waits if ie hustles while
he waits." And it* otir raders are wil
ing, to woik t'ard einoigh ald keep at
it, farners ailt over the South cal have
the nieeded ilm'rketing associti tonis,
warchousinimg tlie crop unlitil ohl, and
selbng:. hofth cottonl nal Ootion neevd inl
pools when](,th14 Hlme for selgcomes.
Wie repeat that priles 'ar natu r1a-lly
going to open hltle' thanl last year.
lut we do not expect tielm to openl at
th1ir host. The ('irop is 1lely to be
shorter than 111tN tholt-biyine world
Mun'((tio wii'll tol heily agin st the
dlid last. sping.,
G;et. your fanrming neighbnors togeth
er, make plans flit mlarke in bi oth Itolt
ton ando cotton scout ini 1ool, andl ar'
rangi' for proper warehnonuing wIt h
bankoingi advances('t. tIn('ideta \ldon't
for:''o'to11 ndl for I wo) bul Iti men1
I iri'l, ando wr'iitie Stamte\ W otose
hLia. 8. ('., and0 Stateti Wareh'ou.- Comt
for' Iihoratmure i' issuted tby t huem.-'The
"'I advlisedt t he 'holYs' w1hien they cin
listofor the Stianish w,'ar 1' t ake
Chambinierlain's C'olie, ('uhora anl
Diarlhoea Itemiedy w~hit hte atid
have rivedy(i manaty thiankls t'or' the
adviceo given'' wr'ites .1. 11. lItough
taand, i'ldon, Iowa. ''No ho'rron whmeth
er travelinug or' at hiotie should -be
w'ithioutI this gr'eatI remedy. F'or' sale
by all dealers.
The Obt Wheeze,
Trhe world iS(' etrnalIly ,laguiod by a
class of esthniabl- peoptle whiioldread
tihe neow. 'Their inmstintct is to ctlb it
over the hiead. Since that r1iitiv'e
Imp~lemnent went out of fashion they
tot known us ani (tll whleez/e. WVith
thIs they take deliberate aim anid the
nioise whtich follows Is: "Of yourse
there is sotne truth In what yiou say,
but you enn never' chan tge hlumin na
ture." Now wile (1 old itapaigners
lIke Columtbuts, Darin, Crmomwivll anid
(;lotdanio hliunto couldl view'', thil" wea p
onl withI ~ 101 eaimity, It dlid ofteci trify
amnateur reobels into silence, i 'itil oneO
boh(der thani the rest hooked uinflinch
Iigly Into the bore. 'hei tewaird of
his courauge was this dlamiaging dilscov
cry: 'Tho Od1 Whee'ze is loaded w~ithi
not hing lot tbldank 'at't r'tlges.-Sey
0n01' florninrr. In Atflnic Ainnthly.
LOSING THEIR FORCE
Efther are being Held up by ltussianms
or They are Prepiaring for Witer.
London, Sept. .-Either the driv
ilg Power of the Austro-Qierman of
fensive against Russia Is nearly ex
hausted or the German generals have
decided that their armies have pene
trated as far as is safe and are pre
paring to dig themselves In for the
witer. This I" the opinion expressed
by military writers here.
Little progress is being made and
at iony points the Germans and
Alustrians are only repulsing counter
attacks. From the Gulf of Rtiga to
Grodno Field Marshal von IlInden
burg's arilly is at a standstill, having
apparently m1taide 110 aIteipt to cross
he Dvina after carrying file bridge
heads at Leinewada and Friedrich
To Ihe t1101h1, sohwliiest and "outh
of' Vilna, whose fail has been Ilr(
dicted for somlle da3 s, the Germans
lace st rong Russian forees, who by
ltheir offensive make it dangerous for
the (;erllals to )u1sh1 their way west
ward, north or south of them.
Objeet Not A pparent.
Tihe Germans on tile other hand,
ire massed between Grodilo and
Kobrin onl the Brest-Pinsk railway,
b1t their 111mmedi1te object is not oh
v!ois, unless they are looking for a
1ood defensive position.
Farther south the Rlusisans are of
N' ring fresh resistance in a forti
fied area of which Rovno and Dlubno
arte centres; while in Falicla they still
htold the line of tie SerethI river.
With the raiiny season a few weeks
off, tle opposing ari ics can not hope
to carry on operations ittuch longer,
11(d soliue 14ports say the Germans
Id .\1tstrinw already ate moving
troop:; to (he ervian, limanliian and
In the Wst tlie hieavy arillery of
whe :lies sIll is boillar-ding tie
b ines, butl there is n1o indica
tioll or 1 general offenslve.
Tuitrkls \tick in Vuin.
P'arik reolrts that Ile TuFrks have
dl(ivered an iu istlceissfu ll night aI -
fack against the liritish pos~tonl nlear
the .\nxaC regionl.
T1h.re h:s becin a reiewal of re
porls froii At henis of disseniion he
tweei the Turks an1d G( ermiians and of
depression an11tong Ilie 'i'irkish troops,
who aire( reportled to be lightling with
all tli.ir old stibborilnness.
Arthilur .1. Italfour, first lord of the
liritish aiiirty, inl a letter to Ale
prss', gives oilicial revoglit ion to tle
helief h1er that Germanyls lises
to .\merien not io sink any) mnore pas
,!(.Ier lips Wilhotit warilIng were
brolight aboiut by the realization that
111o uiine warfare against Iiier
cha1t11iln hae flild. Ite agai ill
timautles 1t.1t ianety G(lermanioe sub
wmarineis have beenI .ecounteld for
anmd utids, that1 lrilish mnercanltile lonl
hnove is now)" 1reater thambfore the
w in spitwa et iihit nritw ie t ivity.
A Med1iine Chest foir 25.~e
In hiiis chest you4 have an exc((elet
remed '(y tor T*'ooth11a(che. Hitiuises.
S plains, Sti If Neck, ltlaclehe, Netural -
gla , Rhletimti sm aliInd 1/r (nst iler
gtieiles. One 25e)41 btle bft F.Ioant's Lin1
liment does, it aILlthi.i hiecrause these
atl1'liets a re sym ni is, niot dIiseases,
anid arte (causeOd by\ 4c gest ion and14 ini
tiimio In. It a(4 d(out,~ ask those
wh ui( Ise S loan' i l~unlent, o r bettecr
still. buyv ai '5 bottle and prove It
To Drive Out Malaria
And [bud Uip The System
Trake th. Old Standardl GROVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
what you are takinig, as the formula is
prinited oni every label, showing it is
Quiine and( Irloln ill a tasteless form.
The Quintinie drives (out malaria, the
Irou builds up the systeml. 50 cenlts
l\lWN NEiWS. *
* * * * 5*4** * 4** 4*4 ee
Rabun, Selpt . l iss Edna Owens
81h1lo1h slionl, Tu'es'day.
Afrs. Ann Ia \\'nt, (of 'oplar Springs
sectl i, spet IS'' leealI days last week
Mlisses .\artic Mahlon and Lizzie
.\ahion, after visiting relativ'es ini the(
P'iedmont01) sectIion, re(turnited to thir
homelI4 last l~riday.
Mrs. .\larkus5( Owenis anld chi11(dren,
sient Tihur sdlay with M1rs. Itob Dolt.
Mirs. Sid lRamisey, of Anderson, andl
lier mnotheri, Mr s. IDella Acker', of Wil
llamston, slpent last week In thIs and
ld en conlinuinit ies visItinug reolativyes.
Mr'. Walter Nash and family of Mer
na sect ion spent Sundioay wIth Ii. HI.
.\lhon iiand family.
Mlisses Vera anid Alline fraidwinl
isi ted M1iss ('ora Leoague Sun tday.
Mr. W\altei 11lwinWl visitedl Mr. fob
Ilol t Sundi~ay.
Mr. Itampton 1(1 Hoper and1(1son, Char
I 1!i0, of Jionca P'ath, ar'e visiting Mr.
Mr. Clauide Wassoin and famnily, of
lie F"rlendship sect ion, open t Sunday
w ith Mir. nheben Owns.
A STANDARD FAMI E.MEDY
F , over fqr y years it
has cen itse das A TONIC
AN S' MACII REM
. ED ri'una aids the ap
petite and gives new life to
Malaria or Chills & Fever
Preucription No. 660 is prepared.eepoially
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FIEVER.
Five or six doses will break ancase end
If taken then as a tonic the Fever wi not
return. It acts on the liver better than
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25c
NOTI('E OF E3CTiION.
STATE' OF SOU'Il CAROLINA
County of Lauron.
Notice is hereby given that an elec
tion will be held on the 1411h day of
September, A. 1). 1915, at the voting
el'cints fixed by law ii said county,
111Poln tihie (ilestioni as to whether the
IllanifactuIre and sale of alcoholic 11
(1itors and beverages shall be prohibit
ed or continued in this State, as pro
vided by Act No. 76, to sublmilt to the
itialilled electors tiht question or the
prohibition of the manufacture and
sale of alcoholic liqIuors And beverag
C in tie State and to provide for the
carrying of these provisions into ef
feet, appr1oved the 1(th day of Febru
ary, A. D.. 1915.
The (I italilcatfois for suffrage are
Residence inl State for two.years, in
the colnly on1e year, in tho polling
preelcnt iln which the cleclpf offers to
vote, foui r monh1s .1), and t he payment
six Iloiths before any betion of any
poll lax then (1ue a lid>payable. Pro
vided, That niilnister.VI n charge of an
olrgallized chu1r(ch aid teachers of
public schools shall be entitled to vote
after ;iX 1111inths' residenlce in the
State, olherwiso <iulalitled.
Hgistiat ion.-Payment, of all taxes,
inel ti ilg poll tax, assessed and ('01
lect ible (1uring the previous year. The
produtecion of a certilieae o r tile re
ceipt. of lie oflicer authorized to col
lect su1ch taxes shall ie coliclusivye
proof or the lnyinelit thereof.
IHcfore tlie hoi' i:ed for openiing
the poll I Ianagers and clerks ilust
take and suihseribe to the (onst it it loll
al oatl. The chaini of the board of
inaagers nn11 adiliister the oa1th to
Ile o1her mnalugers and to the cler;
a Notary Public imist adiniister the
oati to chaiiniianl. The niniagers elect
their (ha1irin11n and clerk.
Polls it each voting place must he
openeod al 7 o'clovck a. m., and closed
at -1 o'clock 1). in., except in the C'-ity
of Charleston, where they shall lie
opellod it 7 a. in. an:d closed at 6 1). Ill.
The managers have tile oower till
a v'a'Ca10y; 1111( if non1e1 of the mana
gIers atten1d, the ciliZens cnall appoint.
from amllolig Ile c11111ifled Voters, tile
n1.anagers-, Who, ater being sworn,
call conducllt the elecl*'N1.
.\t. the lose of 1. ieetion, tile
nliaa11:1gels and clerk 11111st procep(
i Iulibliely to open l hi allot boxes anl
cotit the ballots Itherein, and con
tinue withioutf adjottrntnlient. unt1il the
iantv I.s i co leted and nutko a state
inelt of the resmilt, and sigi the sante.
Within tlree days thereafter, tihe
('hir u'man of th1e board olr soilne onle
(c'ignated by the board, lutist deliver
. - Ao n. #ii n e. (1 0l tio l th1
pioli isIjt, t ho box:es eonlaininag thle bal
81u1t ofI the eleli onl.
.\lan agoers of l'leoction.-Th''le follow
inig manager~ls (of cleon 101 avei~' beon
appllolinted toi hold( the eloction at the
Ivariquas preOeles ini the said county13:
Po wer--Gu 18L. IIlughes, L. L. Tiemi
Ekon -11W. W. Cutl bert son, Ernest L.
lihits, llarr isonlI' 18nson.
\lt. P'leasanlt -- Guy . .\oore, 11. 1!.
P lay lt, W. 11. WXilliamis.
('ooper. I. II. Ilolan..
T in TIopi Q. WX. Sims, S. WX. lPuckett,
J1. WX. .\nlderson.
Cliton -11.'. II l)ioyd, R.a F.1. ryon
T''a . J. XX'et.lalod
Pl easantI MSt o1 i'-'. I't., CoR.
W.ewart lel, . W.t Sonnad.
Youn's St ore-XX. 1'. allaoo, . M
Pl . lonsAg tnAbrr.be
lXatfor -iW. 11. Drumm1on, . A1
l'rank.J.W An loanfod..iolnfa.
JStewart's .5 0 Sto rkGe. T. Codk,
Stewart.1 X'enry I het Sloan
Co'lsti Store-. P ttoni I.X. M.
Thomll~po'n, X. ). Cooper.S.
lGoras---1.i'1lg. -Wrn. . KD.gt N.rren
XAo. E. Long.i'l.
Wattsy .\ilI'--I. Ei. Sorles, J. A.
Garrtk, X. 1. lons.
Langstln---i. O. Clark Ale. T.(Good
lrinceton . . L. Unowei l, 3. XXo .f
TX'ooblnaeShoMlsX-. Wy . F.let J.d
lock Cha'na. W. 11 I. uivSr
Pydiar Mpin-- . S. cnight, . 'e.l
Woodul, J. T. lilie .
Grayl ilor.J. WM. Slls, J. N.
(hlinga, W. . Mrooks~.
Dilp-. 1J. Owings, Aolex M. A.l
Jon. Simo. X.Dv
SiOha-J.X 'L .X Poe, X. M. Wolff,
M. GryalelV a l ato.
Moork, W. R. Ptarn.
RLdaMill-T . . oe, J1. 0. PTm
Joetn W1. Edi. Jhsn
Mrounvi lle--J. M. Suimmron, J.A.
Gaoln, W. C. Muhllr.
loiewll-Je. . rwnin, M. AP.
Ohra-W, . E. McalInckW.. lm
ing,'en. Coto. Mll-yrd. das
Mor J. Mry . PearMoce. r
Laurens-Z. R. Traynham, S. J.
Davis,, Grover C. Peterson.
The managers at each precinct
named above are requested to dolo
gate one of their number to sepuro the
boxos find blanks for the election at
Clerk of Court's ofilco.
J. E. LEDFORD, Chr.
J. C. McMILLAN,
IRA C. B3OLAND,
'Comi Issloners of State and
County for Iaurens County,
NOTiCE OF ELECTION.
STATIE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Laurens.
II pursuance of a writ to us direct
ed by lis Excellency Richard 1. Man
ning, Governor of South Carolina. oil
the 13th (ay of August, A. D., 1915.
Notice Is hereby given that an election
will bo held on the ],flh day of Sop
tomber, A. D., 1)15, at the voting pre
cincts fixed by law iI said county, to
elect a representative iII 'Congress for
the lourth Congressional District, to
fill the unexpired term of Joseph T.
The qualifications for suffrage are
Residence in State for two years, iI
lie County one year, in the Ipolling
district in which the elector offers to
vote, four months, and the payment
six months before any election of any
poll tax then due aind payable. Pro
videl, That ministers in charge of an
organized church and teachers of
public schools shall be entitled to voto
aftosixmonths' residence in the
Registration-Payment of all taxes,
including poll tax, assessed and col
lectible during the previous year. The
production of a certificate or, the re
ceipt of the ollicer authorized to col
lect such taxes shall be conclusIvo
proof of the paylent thercof.
lefore the hour fIxed for opelillg
the polls managers and clerks must
take and subscribe to the constitution
aI oath. The chairman of the board of
mllanagers 'all administer the oath to
the other 111managers and to file clerk;
a Notary Public iust. administer the
oath to challia n. ''le managers elect
their chairman and Clerk.
Polls at each voting place must be
owned ti 7 o'clock it. it., and closed
at 4 o'clock p. Iml., except. in the City
of Chalrleston, where they shall be
olofened at 7 a. m.., aini losed at 1) P. Im.
The Imalagel's have tie power to fill
a vaC:uncy; and If none of tle mnana
get.s attncd, tile citizelis can appoint,
froml am1ong the quaitied Voters, the
ianagers, who, after being sworn,
canl condul the elect ioll.
.\ it hi close of the election the
Ilanlagers and 1111d ClekI I ist l'oceed
publicly to open file ballot boxes and
count. he ballots therein ain d con
tille without adjournment 11111 the
same is completed, and make ia state
Imlent of tle result, and sign the same.
Within i lree days thereafter, file
chairman of lie board, or sole 0110
designated by the board, must deliver
to the commiu1Issioners of clection the
poll list, tihe boxes containing the bal
lots and witlten statements of the re
suilt of the electlon.
.\lanaligels of ElectIon --The follow
ing Managers of Election have been
appoited to hold Ihe election at the
v.riu p11rIecielts In the said county:
Ekom-A. I'. Williams, R. E. Wlan
le). Jr., I,. C. Culbertson.
.\ll. Pleaan-W It. .\undy, J. W.
1Powler, Bien Cunn11ingha.111
Ilniel's Store---V. IL. Cooper,-... L.
.\artinl. P. It. Rollind].
TpTop---lery Sims, J1. .\. Anider'
50on, Jamles hlagwell.
'Il ien- I. P'. Adal r, R1. J. Cope
land, 'Thos. .\l. Adalr.
IPleasant. .\t 0ound1---eoc. LIttle, AmIl
brlose I lolcomibe, Columbus I iirdette.
Young~l's Storc--Itoht. l'lis, A. S.
IL:inford--.l. .\l. F'leming, C. L. WVald
r'ot, To'y Drummondl.
Stewvar't's Store--Arthur I' ughes,
Jim11 Stewar't, C'laud Leonaid.
C'ook's Store-J. iH. Cook, Watts Pat
terlson1. Will .\ock.
G;rays-W. 0. flabb. 13. ii. Gossett,
S:)ddCy, .\. F. Colenman.
Clinton .3li1l--\M. R. Casey, Ii. Y.
Langston--F. L,. Donnan, ('. A. Ow
Arinoldl, W. I. Freeman, .Jos. TI. Daven..
Tumblin,111g Shuoals--- W. 31. Ab erecrom1
ble, It. .\l. Hoult, J. A. C'oats, WV. A.
Wood. John11 \'auighni, E. E. Simpllson,
Gray Court- ZenfO Wilson, C. II.
Sh'll, (laud L,. Owilngs.
hitis--- P. .\l. Htellamis, J,. 11. Curry,
S. L. OwIn.
Shi-ll. S. Walhlace, J1. ii. WVolfi',
renice Arm)st ron g, Will A dalr.
TLydin .''! II --J. C*. An~derson, JT. I I.
A bercromube, J,~ C. WIlson.
.\ountille Il-.J. S. WIn1ebrIennler', W.
P. lloyd, (land L~. Coats.
I lopewell-J. L. D)Icker't, lloyd
Oran-0. S. Ilunter', 1.. MT. McClIn
tock, W. J. lBryson.
Wa'terloo-4l. C. Anderson. W. W.
Rledden, S. 1i. Nelson.
land, TP. S. SImpson.
Cr'ioss Hil1l-R. I). Nance, Bll'oadus
W. E. Bllalock.
Laurens Cotton MIII--J. WV. l
lams, R. Jamnes Franks, R.. W. Putnam.
Power-J1. TI. Stoddard, II. J. C. Cur
ry, R. C. Owlngs.
Laurenis---it. J1. Langston, J1. D. Suil
llvan, J. N. ichardlson.
The managers at each priecinlCt
niamied above are r'equeisted to (1e10
gate 0one of theIr numnber~ to seCcure' thle
boxes and blanks for till electioni at
Clerk of Court's offico,
WV. J1. ANDERSON,
0. WASH IIiJNTERn,
Commilssloner's of Federal
Electionl for' Laurens County,