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"Summer? I Don't Dread It!"
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New Pe;fection Oil Cook Stoves are made
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number of cups in apound
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%Te Reily-Taylor Co.C'New Orleans
No. 10859 t fJAJl~SallSaeo OJIl
TPit FAStilitY D10PlAil'TM l'NTi. ltlNAiathiedoco
Oi1lco of Comiptroller' of the Cuirrenicy. IOC tebaiesoBnina ro
Washington, D). C'., May 261, 1916. vldInStoi fy-ehnrd
WIt i'1tl'CAS, by satisfactory evidence adsxynn fteRvsdSaue
i'sentedi to the undersigned it hasofteUie aes
beren miado to apipear that "The F'AltM-CNVSONothFaer a,
101U', NAiTIONAfL flANK" in the CIT'lY urnSC.
of ILAtItINH, ini the counity oif LAtl- NT*rOY ViROFwtes
lili'NS, and1( State' of 501 TIl CA ItO- l adadSa fofc
LINA, hans complied with all the pro-- (el li~2t la fMY
visions of the Statutes of the United19.
States, retlilired to be comphlied with (ind
before an alssociation shall be author- JN.STTN VIAM,
l'zedi to commence the business of .Cmtolro h urny
NOWV IlIEtiEFOJIE, 1, .101IlN SKIL-T rvsOtMlriBid pSse
TON WILIAMS, Compitroller of the'roOdtaddgnel tnteigtot
Currene". dio hereby certify thatOOYSmrLs liTNIdi.ot
"Till t. FA~tM 16115 NATIIONAL 1,IANK(" Mlraerectelo~nbldUt0a
In he'CiY f JAUtI6Siith con- Rt o AU leloN Se oanduStas te SOTI
Praises the Administratiou
St. Louis, June 1.-The Coliseum
was so full tonight that the lire de
partment took charge of the entrances
and permitted no more to come in.
William J. i3ryan, however managed
to get by and got an aopro arlous re
Ception. Senator .lames Ieanitied of
the Nebraskan's plight, and re.cued
At 10: I5 o'clock Chairman .lames
rapped the convention to order. The
lor. W. .J. Iiardesty, chaplain of the
AIssourit selate, offerer! player.
After the prayer, the crowd renew
ed its delands for a spleect fromn
kenator Thompson moved a suspen
sion of the ruIles to permit Mr. Iryan
to speak. ''hlere Were some "no10 ',"
hti the elm Irm'ian ruled two-thirds
had voted ill favor.
A comiitee headed by Senator
Kern escorted Mr. Ih-yan to le
speaker's place, while tie floor amd
galleries rolared with approval.
CI reatest. )emroc'rat.
Senator .lames introduced lMr. I
an as "one of the leading cilizens of
the world and Aierica's greatest
. hi'yan expressed his apprecia
tion of the honor conferred by the
"Every deloclat Ic convention is
a love feast to in'e," he said. "It gives
lte an opilortlliit3 to lteet and renew
nit'litlaintanles Wit Illen witi whom
I have been associated in politic:; for
liore (han 20 years."
Ueviewlug the struggles of the par
ty, M r. itryan said:
"After 15 years of wailing our
party entered the hViit e ioise, "n
forlinately, we won the senate aie
the house at the saie atie. Our par
ty bealie responsible for national af
fairs, and now we come afler three
years of labor to mnake our plans for'
the fut lure, and to submit to the Amer
lean people the claiiis of our Marty
to continued coildiilence.
"Whatever differences of opinion
may exist, or nusay lave existed, as to
pariticllar inea.su res or part icular
acts, we are here to begin ihe light of
Pitl;, a united party in every state in
the union, ready for battle.
"T loday those who stand for thie
democratic party are ab1le to g, be
fore this nation 'tini not only give a
reason for the 1111 th that is in them
but. give it defense of Ilite nllinist'a
lion's clails to the confidence of till'
"You may take all the adlinistria
tions from the beginning of our his
tory ats a reIpblic to the beginning ot
the lprescnt. one, and you will not find
as inany laws written upon the stat
utc books, of great importance to the
people, as you will find written in
the last tlhlee years by \Woodrow \VI!
son, i democratic president."
.ir. IBryan thin referred to the tar
iff revision, the federal re rve law
and the strengtiheli!Ing of the anti
i rust laws.
. Fcderad Resert i,aiv.
"No president since .1ac'K soil," said
Mr. Ilryalt, "has had to mee1t such anl
unholy conmbination of the powers of
high tinance.' and even .ftlack on himt
self nieer "uet Ilhe x1ituation beller
Ihan \Woodrow \Vils:n miet it. \e
have Just vommeinced to b-,1"arn hat
the fedcra il l'ser lt' wll m oeats 'm
T'his great piece of leislantion, till
.r'eatst 1ie(t' il' constI'Cie stalles
brok~en thle hold f' \Vall sIteet up on
Ilie lisiness of thle tnation, bit it hias
br'okeni Ithe grip of \Vail sItreedt uin
thle liolities of the titedl States. F'or
21) yeats ther hal~s not beenl an e'tee
lion1 but what a huntldredl men11 in \\ilt
street cou ll, by3 ('Oerelog thiose t hev
lhud In Itheir powl'r, ('hange thle resutit
of Itle electilon. .\nlyone whlo, lIke
my set'li hs f'elIt their I'tower I, Imulst Ihe
101rdlOnedc it' lie rejolc'us lhat we' have'(
ant adini st rat ion that hl::s br'oken
I lat powe r and set a niation)1free.'"
"I Iie wer'e thre ie gr'eaIlimeastireos,
caring ont t)1Ihe lpromiiise oif a demo11
erile platfoi'in, andil thlese three'' grlealI
meiasuret's cons51 tituIC a i'ec(ord oh
aIchiieveimienlt whi lh thle i'epub11lecan
11m1'rly dare not at tackc.
'''The elcic'torate before wh'lht Ithiis
repubillieian lfarity must no0w go Is no01
(00ntrioilled as Ithe coinVent ion at Oh i
('ago was bly tile Cep't. repr lesenta
tive'(s of the favor'-seekinlg < s;orpoa
"\Vhilie 0our lprCeiet nled our I ('oni
Slen~did pyriambi (f ier'formtanc al'
wartl ('ame that thriew upon)1 i.-is 'd
mii strtation)1 such hurden'ts aS no pres--'('
idlent has1 to) heari wvithtin thle last 50
yearis. We intheited fiomo a irepuli
Alexici. 'Thlis admlintistr'at Ion has deIalt
with that situation anthe l. repubttll
can parit y diarie not chlleng Iiue a vet'
diet before the coutryti3 on1 t' .\I'xi
'"We have a few, initer'estedl mienl
Interested in r'aniches and11 aI few' In..
toeted ini incs, who wold ul ise thll
bliood of Amieriean so01let's t1 gu ari
Oittte prlOfhts and Itheir ivesMtmen'tts ini
..entimient oif the Amnereatn peole.
'l'he leo'pl e of thiis Coutry is'tlanid biack
of WVoodrow Wilson In li~s determinta-.
Itin niot to initer'fer'e int Ithe a ffa I's of
"WVhy, my frIends, if t'residlent WiI..
soin y'IeIled to thle demaimtl oif thoilse
whlo haove ('llmiored foi' inter'vent ion
in .foxieo, we' wouild nio soonter' haive'
C'rossed thle line Ithan tt he' sam men i (i
wOl d tell No ~l that Ithe so(let's inuit
1'ever I COme o ., foi', my1 fr'iends, SIni
nexation is the next step after' intr
Veni Ion has beeui un der'taketn. And If
we invadied Mexlco, these samei mencu
would say 'on to Panama'.
War ini Euirope.
* '"lb t, my fyjlends, tile lpresh lentI not
omly has had to deal with w"ar to the
tiouth of' us, but with w'at' to the east
fitus. My friends, I have dlffer~ed
fronm oiur piresident onl somel of the
-nethods empnlloyedl in this wvar, bitt I
imn one of those who desire sinucrely'
I of Woodrow Wilson and
ce to the Party.
that (his nation shall not become a
par'ticipant in the dreadful conflict."
"We have a record upon whici we
cn a palCa to the people for their
Hupport, without fear, and without
blush. I believe the American 1leo
ple, grateful for what this admni -
Ira tion bas done, grateful that we
have peace in this country while wiir
stalks throughout the world, will not
l8 unlulldful of tle fact that it was a
ditniorali president, supported by a
dettiocratie s te:ae and house, who has
Ihi s saved the country the horrors of
("reat Oppt1ort u nity.
".\ly friends, I believe that there is
now before this country an opportun
ity st1ieh is no other coulntr1y has ever
had Sitce (lie beginning of time. I be
lieve Ihat. (lod, in Ills providence, has
reherved for lie United Stales the
honitii' and the task of lifting tle mioral
code that. governs ind ' ivis up to
11h0 level of nations and making it a
part of tihe code of all intions.
"If the nations notw at war had
spletit one-t enthI as much trying (o
ctitiaIe friendship ias they have spent
in trying to cuItivate hatred, there
Wotld be no war in hirope today.
II I uinderstand this nation's op
p rlui tly and tisl.; nation's task, It Is
to lead the worid away fron its false
philosoihy and help if to b (ild it:'
hipe of 'are oi the cnurirIng found
at ion of love aid brotherhood and
".\nd, iny friends, if this is to be
the task of this nation, what party Is
tuore lit to pel'foriu tite task than the
party (hat preaches the brotherhood
of tian as next in linporlance to the
fat herhood of ("od4?
"I, as a lover of miy country, want
liy country to wine this greatest of all
Ii'!xzes. As a~ deniocratt, I wat toiy
party to have the honor that. shall
coie wit hi the ain'citlpilihment and
fit fillnent of such a task, and I
stand wit(h the detocrats of the na
ion to give \Voodrow Wilson an op
loi'tuiity to be that man."
I ryan concluded after speaking -15
minites, being ciudly cheered.
'T'ien tlie roll of the states was call
ed !orw noiiniatlons. Alabama yield
ed to New Jersey, and .1udge .lohn W-.
WVescolt nomninated President Wilson.
.judge Wesott slioke very slowly.
At (lie rale lie uttered his (irst s 011
words, it wouhi req uire about. one
hour and 20 ininicta to conclude.
'he delegates were altentive and
quiet. as .judge Wescott proceeded, but
the hallerties were imi patient.
"Naie hit, naine him," 'nme cries
from the galleries and .ludge wes
cott hurried his seechi.
Iletionstti'nit 14 On.
As Judge Wescott closed at 10:.40 p.
in. with a mention of the naine of
"Woodrow Wilson," the crowd broke
into a great. deionstration. Moving
Pictures flashlights blazed and lags
were paraded in frontt of tlie stand.
'he hand played "T'le Star Spangled
Banner," while a huge banner bear
ing the president's likeness was un
fturled from the root'.
'I lie delegates began a parade bear
ing slate stanch lons. The crowd rose
to its feeI. \anty idelegates stood on
"1ix ie" and other melodies; by the
band evoked fresh bursts of cheering.
Chairiiiati .laines yiehled the chair
dtrin the delonstration to Repre
:-entative lleilini, of Alabama. Women
tl'"''Mets were( zitioing Ih Iar toiader's.
Sena~1tor and' rei~il'hlpsent ativets hled4
carry* lnimu'rs. St'tattor lughes ier'
sotamlly bore (lie New .lt'tsey (lag.
Sergewant-at-.\rne:i .iar'tin stirred upi
he'(I enhiasn1511 by .Vav' ing the Texas
"'line St ar"' Iag, handtetd oveir (lie
hetads- oit Ithe t ro4wd froiti thie hali'
iani's irostrinl. Ot her st ate langs were
takeni to thle lila Itfrn,.
Thi e tiwdl1 tied in singing a imedi
Icy, iniludliing "'Il 4W )ry I Am"', "Oltd
hllui.' and other's.
A:\ (thle udeitinst ration hail been
tndtetr way13 30 mlinlties, New Y'ork aind
5(in1e thier dletgaites r'esumed10 theii r
Wa vintg a t'anle over' the rili at (he
chiairmwani's de4sk. Sena Ior ii nghes ire
niewedl (the clamo bil'ly leadIig thr iee
e'er.; for1 to presidenit.
Th'er hand exhausixtedl I le lIst of popl
'''Tipper'ary'' anid (lie crowd jinledI in
It' chor'is. Th'eti (lie niii ans went
hack (4o Amner'iean iris. Somie of (lie
deleh4gat(es Stlped long onihigh (o
drins i pop botitlels. thlen went bacuk at
'Thi'e hand was1 50 l'i'oous keepitig
utp thle din that (he muisiclians wont.
shorIt of brho ii I tey Iaid bat'k and
lot (lie bass drummntier iierform alone11
Indtrionl0~4~y unt(il (Ihe bantdsmei got
hieir' setondt wini antd thent went back
''T'r was lit at(llit to 'ontrtol
(lie cr'owd. .\en anld wvotnen oveirrain
the pltfoirmn andt (lie liress sections at
wvII i'liTe passages to the t elegraph11
i'oomIis wer'ie so packetd w iIh perisons
wh'lo hadit no builness in thie viciity
(tat only3 (Iis who had41lii4 thlir teole
graph istfirluments tin thle platform
('littId scnd (lie niews of the 'onlvenlt tiin
o (lie outside4l4 wrld. Theli poli1ce made
no(1 fftort to 'onitrl (lie' situaotion.
Th'Ie crowd roarietd when s 'veral
w'omen'i sitffr'agie woriker's w'ih gohileti
iubrollas anid yelow swteaer's whoi
moun1ltetd (lie ila tformt and hieldt a souf
iage itnntbrtela hivter thei head of liep
resentalive hlooini, of Alabamla, one of
gr'ess. lie apparently enjoltyed (te
Tlhie New York delegates, who had
betet seatled. were aga in fot'edl to
art'se hby insistetit elamor' from nearbiy
delca f Iins.
TIhe banid, Its re ietoi re ox hauitsIed,
inr'ied to "'On Ithe Han iks of (lie \Wi
hash'' and( "Tuikey in (lie Strawv."
At I1t3 all bitt a few dlelei.ates had
takeii (lie' seats anti at 11 :3'3 Chir'
iiin .tatmes toudled thie first gavel
rail. The tdemonistriat Ion had lastetd '1
Th'le i'oll call of Rtates was i'esinmtdd
anid Aiz'tna yleltded to Ohio. 1Fonew'
is the Liquid Face Powder used by famous
beauties. If you have Sunburn, Tan or
Freckles try .M7'agnola Malm. It quickly
stops the burn and removes Tan and
Blemishes. Makes your'skin soft and
smooth. Easy to use )A
sure to please. ,1
Tharce Colo;r,'-. ..
White, 'Pink Rose-Jid.
75c. of Druggists oa ' mall direct.
L.YON MFC. Co..
40 So. 6th St.. Brooklyn, N.Y.
State cf Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County, I es.
Franic J. Cheney msaken oath that he Is
senior partner of the firin of '. J. Cheney
& Co., doing busines in the City of To
ledo, County and Site aforestid, nd
that said firm will 711 y the suin of ONMW
IIINDRllD) DOLJA h for each and ev
ery case of Catarrt. that eantot he (uret
by tho use of H AI.p 1 CATAH1I1II CIJIt1.1
lIiANKC J. Cl1ifCNIC:Y.
Sworn to before me and subscribe'ul in
ily 1resonee, thii.6th day of Decenber,
(Seal) A. W. aTNAMSON,
iTal's Catarrh Cllr', i taken interuruily
anii nets directly u gn the blood an14l manu
ctuus surfaces of the r-ytemui. iendi for
1'. J. (il& N CY & CO 'roledo, 0.
Rold by all l)ruggisn, 7;.
Take Ilale Faintly ;',. frI u constipation.
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CHICHESTER S PILLS
THul is I ONI, :.trANi
1ue in IeA A-0 u Anl evwe ij
tw e . 11. s ae .t 1i ,,:@ .4
II S 1.nii."e1 Aa.k y.'.u~ ) .~.,tf
IA 'I oL. ine oilier. Hsuy of 11A O 1 V1t~ )t 1. '
years kinown as lIH.:s Saet.~u Atl way R ciate
OLD BY DRUGGISIS [VEMLWRE
LAIllIENS i)lil'( S'T1Olt 1.,
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Office In Peoples Bank 3ilding.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
Witl Practice In all State Courts
Prompt A tntion Civen All luslunem
H. S. BLACKWELL
Attorney at Law
Prompt attention given to all hubnins,
lohney to l1111 on Iteatl Esitalo
O'lce Phone ,50 lIleidence l'hone 91
Ollie 1 ..Inlonsft iluilding
NothII(' of Schedi sh ( 'lhaites,
Thle (Colii, Newhierry' &- I .-ei
tiles wviilit be inade, t'eei ive Xoi
Mlay 28t h, IP1t;.
Trin No. 50 (Sunday41(3 oly )) doe
leave ('lmonsila X :00t A. .Ml ied
Tiraln No. 51I (Standay only) 1 ie to
leave I .aurenls -l:30t l. .\l, ill b ii.
iA'ave (iervais Street i 1:25 A. \i
leavei Newhe~irry 1:00t P. 'l. li':i ('_'
tnt52 I>. .'l., arrivevr haurens 2.1-,
wvithi Seabmoard Airll Line al1 ClInton for'
A tltanta anmd t he ('. &. \\'t I. at lit'.
'ITrain No. 53t (Dlaily) will leave bi
r'ens 2 :25 I'. .\l-., ton Iert ion wh lii . &
WV. C'. fromW Aulguts(t and CGreen~wood)1
heave 'Clinton 2:.I18IP. .\mi., leavte Newv
Vatls St., 5:15 I. A., andm Cotiitml
Tihe ab ove. schnedles I'; soubjec't to
* * * * * * **~ * * 6
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reprtesent . (lhe t'our'thi 'ongr;esslional
ist' to abhid' by) thie resulItsz or theW )em..
I hiereby anlnoutnce mnyselfC ats a (enn
didaite for' re-lection to C ongr'ess fromi
the li'our thI Congret'ssonal DistrtictI of'
South C'arolinat, sublject to the rulesx
of t he De'mocr'atIc Pr'imnary'.
SAM.\l . NICilOLTS.
I hereby announce nlsyself aI caI(I
date for SolIcitor of the lmlighth Cir'
cult [and ptromilse to abide(1 by the r'ules
of the Democr'atlc pr'imartiy.
I hlereby annfoulnce myself a candi
(late for the oJ1100 of Sollcitor' of the
IFighth .1 tddektl CircuIt, subject to the
rnlles of the Demnocratlc prlmar'y.
- GICO. TP. MAfILL.
I hereb-' announce myself at candl
date fotr the ofiee of Solicitor' of the
'10ihth It stri'ct. and~ m-ronms(n tn nabbl
by the results of the (Democratic pri.
T. F. McCOItD.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the oillce of Solicitor of the
Eighth Judicial Circuit of South Caro
lina, composed of the counties of Ab
beville, Greenwood, Laurens and New
berry, subject to the rules of the Dem
B. V. CHAPMAN.
For State Senate.
Sibject to the rules of the Doeo.
eralie party and the result of the
pirimary election, I respectfully an
nounce mhyself a candidate for State
Senator from 1au1renlst county.
J. If. WIIARtTON.
I hlert'y announce myself a candi
date for re-election to the State Sen
ate sibject to the rules and regula
tions of the Deinocratie party.
0. P. GOODWIN.
For i ouse of lt'ipresentittives.
I hereby nn1111o11011 ce 11mxyself a candi
date f'or the llouse of ilepresetatives
sIblet' to lie rules of tie Democratic
W., (t. It l''l il10, .,IR.
I Iie'rby announce myself for re
elect ion to lie louse of itepresenta
IvIe's subject to lie rules of the Demoe
W'" LSON V. I I Altl..
St.jeel to lithies of the 1)emo
vratit priiary el eeliol, I respectfully
annotnc'e myself at candidate for the
I s' h liluritle 1rolin 4111ells County.
I. L. I 100% 1011. r
I hereby announce myself a candl
datle for re-electi lon to the Ilosue of
lie presentalives, sithject to the rules
governing the Demitocratic primary.
S. 11. GOGGANS.
I htehy anoilne tiyself a candI
att' for lt hIe l 15u(e of Iepresentatives
Ii.n i -iaurens C'ounty. siihject to the 4
rutle:; of Ilhe 1)etnuoratic P'rimari1y elec..
.Fo r S h e r lI
Sit b.ioeeI to Iie rules of Ile Deto
('rai l l'riiary Plcot iol I hereby an
of l~ti'o'ii- s ('tatily'.
.1, Ti' OS. I1'EI)EN.
I lei''liv anounce myself a can di
t11 '0 tohI lie otllo'e of Sheriff of Lau
f rens onty,3' sbject to the rules of the
JV I.TI IOAt. P10D IN.
I hgreb3' offnc thyself as a candidate
dafor the olle or Sheriff of Laurens
re1ns ny sd blejge t elf eo abide by
Ile ie'icll f rlie Ieaoati imary.
. A. IIAIt AON,
I hereby offenori myself a cand
dor It' IIhe olice of Sheriff of Lau
rotys (anl ey bjeyt to the biys of
theo resulofithlleoai primary.
A. I. SUlTIVAN.
I htrey announce myself a candi
dlate for the ollice of Sheriff of Lau
rits County hj ct'omis to abide by
the resits of tle Deiociatic rimary.
1). W. l. MASON.
I hereby announce myself a candi
datle for Sellifc' of haurens County
sit lel to the rsles of the Deortcriat
ll'trilt3'. S. C. REID.
I herely annoutce myself a candij
date fort e office of Sheriff of ty
Com11ity 3 of 144111 '0ii5 1111(1 Viomise tIk
abide by3' the resites of the Democratiq
I, W. KLIrJLTT,
I het'y ilnottnce myself a candi
date for the olliee of Sheriff of tL
nty'0 oiiulr and promise to abid
'oi i 1 ' y t h s o f theD e m o cri aitl of
litheeby announcellC my13self a cand!
dat' for th'Ile ollice of Coroner of L
tetis ('oun111y andit prlomise to abide 17
I he reso ls of I he Democlorat ic prhima
I hertebyi L annouince my13selfI a cat4
tal for' (h ol'oiei' ofI heriff of caure
Dtilmotfralie priml~ ay. 11 ~ay
I1I. . I 'JOPNC
I hereby3 anntltnee tnyself a cAJ1 (
dale for' thle oliee of Cor'oner of IA'
ithe1 result1's fth Djemtocrael'les pri
. PlAMicOt WITL10p'
I hieireby annitounfce myi3self a ca
and11 tledge myoself nti aidlle byt
bsu iseslI of Ithee Democratiay
I hieireby anniounle imyself a c
dhile forii thle tillee of Cotearer of
ItenS county13ubjctip'on the rube
DhemoratllseI riemary. 'alcl~'
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1 hereby lil announce efy
datielfor Coronty and lromie Ito~~
ab de r3 ~eutsl of e c Democra
I hier'tby ann1iounice my3self a~
d alte fort h'e-le10 lotft Treue 6
lhe'relts tof )10 the mocrtp
I restpe'1i fulily nnce y y~
date for e-ectIee of Trea
Aurel(i if11'ns Conty 81eg -
abl te r eut of the Deetaicia
I lierieby annlounice mfyseol Bi't
daito foir re-el ection to the'd
Trleasure of olttf Lauren Cou
sromiet to abie bylc o te reu
I hereI'by anniounICe myself4
dte~I for' re-electilon to the
Auitory oLaurisonty ot
thelruolestof Prtheiemoraie ra
For Cerk f tor
i heeby noune myer