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x You Get Announcement Every Depart
Quality oand Ser- From The Ladies Store mtN At
vice Both at The T eSoeTi tr
Ladies New Store Clardy & Wilson Read Our Ads
The sound of the hammer, and the buzzin of saws, should bring glad tidings to the ladies of Laurens, and Laurens'County. This
tells the news of Laurens new "LADIES ST ORE' wnich will be opened for business in the near future by Clardy & Wilson, of Laurens, S. C.
This firm needs no introduction to the public as their long successful business career in the shoe business, stands as a monu
ment erected by the people of Laurens and Laurens County.
Mr. Wood and his assistants have returned from Eastern markets and every train transports new goods for this store. This is an op
portunity seldom offered to the people of Laurens and surrounding territory. A place to make a selection of this season's merchandise
from a stock where every single item is absolutely new and fresh from the manufacturer to the customer. This store expects to cater to the
needs of the public, and carry a stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Ladies Ready-To-Wear, and Millinery second to none in upper Carolina and
our pass word shall be "QUALITY WITH SERVICE" to our customers.
Sales Force Announcement
This store feels fortunate in securing a SALES FORCE well known to the people of Laurens and Laurens County---due to the fact
that most of the Sales Force have formerly been in the enloyment of Laurens' Leading Stores.
Our Millinery Department will be in chage of Mjds Bertha Hinshaw, from the Millinery rooms of New York City. Miss Hinshaw will
be ably assisted in this Departmentby Miss Ethel Yngston, of Laurens, who is well known by the people of this community. A cordial
welcome awaits you in this department.
Dress Goods, ilks, and Ready-to-Wear Department
This department will be amply cared fOr $y Miss Mamie Irby who for many years has held similar positions in Laurens. Miss Irby
will be assisted in this department by Miss R fth Bagwell, of Laurens, and we feel assured that each customer in this department will re
ceive undivided attention.
THE LADIES NEW STORE will be under the direct supervision of Mr. S. C. Wood, who comes to us with recommendations of note,
and one who has been in the Dress Goods, and Ready-to-Wear game for years. Mr. Wood extends a real welcome to the people of
Laurens and Laurens County to visit the LADIES NEW STORE on opening days---to be advertised later.
Watch For Our Opening Announcement In The Papers
Make the Ladies (;LAD D &~ V X I. I ON elYu
New Store Your Shop. C L R D Y &V I L S O N Friend8 ou the Ladies
ping Store ADJOINING OUR SHOE STORE New Store
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it libcral sulport whlich I k1now I will
i in th second priIary.
IL . . Blackwell.
To the voter.i of laurenlls Towlsiliip:
I % ish to (xpress to you iny sin
(*re thanks for tIll handsomne oil
. ki like at the firs't prinlary, I as
oure you Mhat yotil .supoport at fthe e.
mili jirillial. N% 1 I he apprIce-i i Io
l11 14 hl 's-t.
It. I' TIi ayn hani.
To Ihe \'otlrs of liaurfnls Conllty:
I M;i1h to thank you luost. heartily
frIl' Ill( ,t given hIe at. the fir.;
j':i1lary aini l take this o'casionl to
Ia e I at i ri Ille i the ra e fl o 1
h ri f a1;-d i fouiy <1 o s froin now if
p1 rue l))1l 1'I 1-11 la tIs"!t''5 o
o h ae r its. " 10 II
*i'otil \'ler or llteisectfully,
tiwo. C'. Ilopkins'.
('ard F-rom ('. .\. l'on r,
I tak tois Xinethod of x teieling tuy
hI artfl:1 thaliks andl high apprIfciation
of' he oe vo riv'n me by t ot( s of
I,:irensenuty in the reCent1 11rimary.
Thi t-stral efr the iosn (ii f Illy admii
Dration ncuas I 11m( to conillue
my'i ~iib 'ffr ' n 'if . E re n ind de lina
1(i1)n l'hOl en~tili y eWh uo hole 01o
ph- I hc b.f t 11 r ie "'in' toIoI'. \sIlrling
:ll that miy appreciatinn will be 1hownl
tbi : trict toih 1)ence to uIllity, o a 1111
Yours 'for rv
C. \. 'ower.
ITo Ile Voelrs of I1aurtens 'outy:
I Wish to express through Ithe press,
ais I will not he able to see vieh on.
perIsonally, mDy aPpr1eciations for' thle
handsome vote You gave mne on Auigust
29111; a'ls for the hospitality and
I(ou)rtesies Shown ile during the cam
paignf by overyone. 111am in IthIIe sec
ond race leading by3, few votes, andl
will aplprecthde your. (14ar1eful consbit -a
tionl of, lie alt fthe soi-ond mrimary. I
asueyou that I wouldI ho proud to
raiprosentf mly county In thll ne(xt legis
hait re. if electled, I will do my best
to represen all the O people al( nd ' myr
forts will be to fihe uphuiling" of our
county and sinte.
I ites pet fully,
W. 1). Byrd.
('ard of Thanks4.
I ihto thank the voters: of L'au
rens ountefor the. harlgnioea~~
A..(n mie in theo first pimary11.) saI' lo
ukil fell aI contInuanel'jjc of.,4ths jsuunort
l th ej second prima ry. I will
Considter it a great. honior to be return
ed to the legislittire and ifI elected I
prolmise to colltig ue giving loyal ser
ViCe to Ihe ciny and state.
\Wilson \\. Hiarris.
To tie Voters of I,:urens (ounty
I d(sir4 to ha'nk you 1roIn the hot
o011 fl heart fo r 01 tihe had114isoin
\oiv givenI lle in the 1rst prittlary for
lh-itesntalve roi 1.aurenv s comuity.
Voll Will n li that I ailln ink the se4
ond race- and w% ill appe iate your slp
!ort in thille sercon I ll r.la ry. To th4e;i(
i alIi truly Ira l 1111 1 lo il w 1 ( t ho
('0 h1,14 t se Ill 10ir w\ay clear. t %lit'.
for Ilue ill the livtet prl liary I11nertainl
nothing'. boll triendl(y ferlingp and hope
1ha1t 11( (.; give Ile thiet supilrt.1
ini tile 51condlt prin1ar1y. if am d el(leo;
ed 4t te lv egi ,sIla t I till I o Illy
ver be. t tm o repIIresentl h in pl
,Ild I illv foundl Iryin I)!- o do mly til Y
' 11a Itm s for illy State an1d 1 n 1t11Y.
s). Ii. I II Mzo oz .
I w h, Ih 1o lake I his oppolt unity 14
Ithan11k It Ihe voters of Illis distr 1i(t for
their- kind conSiderIatIlonl. I Is he (-irst:
time314 that I have had the opportun1ity toI
e o over the district and present my1
iidoas and( politlical ollinions1. You hadv'
givenl me splollflid attentionl amd courl
ivotlou ienviig with till exception of
4one ietting bilt tls I 3ake good nI
tltredly. As I expres:,ed from tI le
stur3 , the Ill ;iI( pl for which I n;ad
shall live' and I Shall ('ontilnuie 1t Id
vofente thIem. I firmnly believe that our
(duntry is facing a ser'iou1s problelm ilt
regard to the immigration that we
have to contend witi, that Our!' govern
muent has a duly to perforrm ii thw vd
itention of its, citizens. i mhaii von
t1nue this light 1111til it is victoriolus he
calse I ,ml anxious to s(r1'v ily pwo
lole and lly cotliiry.
While the wdds are over-whelmIningly
aga Inst me, I dio) not f('('l a bit i5'scour
,I and I take this opportunity to
I 1han1k my friends and silp1porters for
thevir consider-ationl and amll cniu
11.' b1a Itie 111111 vilorlli s. I shall he
a way from mlly o31 ic e a it wo weeks.'
vanI lon, vilen I shall0 ret1,11 to lly
w or k. After mak1(ing the-. calimaign as
vigorous as I did, making 9" spvebesi
and travelling 3,000 mi oi, ou nl; ull
denrstlani that It 4ts necessary for mUe
to lake a res , bu . I aml] happy an d eOn1
tentled and how Into my peolos' wisheP
atid I wish you well.
if eVer i1ca serve You in any way
I shall be glad to do so.
It 1. Traxlrl..
It A It k SD A N E 4S.
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6 d 0 a 0 e e e a 0
lHarkaltl, Sept. I.-The farit ers of
1hi voliiltiinnity will soonl have to goj
Io tie catiol field.
.\r. aild .\rs. Toll, .\rilustrong and1
family melint the day wih .Mr. and .Mrs.
..Y. llenlder."Oso Suday.
A glutd n11inhmer froinl arounid here
attltnded Ite \\. .\L. '. as tiation it
Feriendship; als"o the singinig conivenl
tion at. Watts .\fill. All report a1 nice
timne and want to thanik vach of their
for their kidnecs.s dur1ing the ilueetinig..
The iighland lloinlie Y. W. A. 1uet
Sunday aflernIoonl as it was 0111 regut
iar iiieet Win -g day and started alLt. for a
itl-%w year's work, thotugh ourl ni1iinher
1' ofte(n sinall we sliall iever feel that
we are too weak to do soliethling for
miur Lord. i'erhaps it we will Only
pray tfo Ihose that are not presenlt
(1hat shouilld he anld d10 01ur parlt towar'd
making ou. eeti interesting loe
dlly, if we have faith, we will have a
large hald doilng great wvork for our
The Sunday shool if igIa nd
I10a1oe enjoyed i If a 1111k Oil SitndatI3y
schools, given themil by Mr. Gray Sun
M rs. ii. 0. Weaithers, who has bean
spending a while wit I her son, "Mr. 0.
T. Weathers, has rettirned home.
Mr. G. T. Weathers, of Tumbling
Shoals, and daughter, m, Eunice, visIted
MIr. and NIrs. .T. I. AMilail and family
Mr. El mer liadwini, of DIals. vlsited
lii parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Hil
win, of Ila rksdalo, Modly.
MrW.W . Knight, o Nitride, visited
his father-In-law, Mr. W. II. Itldwin,
III pilslluanwe of the will of
.\rs. I>. A. ]lift, we will sell to the
highest hidtdef on0 Octlier 2n1d, 1916, at
Ii n1.11 1 0 11l ( n i lolse, ill of her tract
of lan 114d Iing o1 hundred thirty
tsix 118'.) e -s Itated in Ihe town
' o I Terins of sale:
eash, prc ha r to pay for papers and
II. Di. 11,11 and .1. A. Pinson,
'i- It-lid Excenfors.
to serve you with good
printing. No matter what
the nature of the job may
be we are ready to do it
at a price that will be
Cwie lo is for' SewIng .\lachinie
Needles nd1 OI.
S. M. & '. If. WI K 'IS & CO.
NOriE OF PiO l M. ilY ELECTION.
The seoid pritImar 1' eelecion of the
lemocralic party will b! held Sept 12,
1I91, foir file purpose of nominating
vandida(es for the following state of
Giover-nor, Hallroad Comn isksioners.
I<or' SoleIlor' of l':irlith .I4ilial elrenit,
and,' lori the following naied coity
St'te Senator, Representatives to
Ile lower honse, Sheriff, Coutlily '1Com
missIotiers', and a1 ngistrates.
Tll elelotin will he hold at the poll
in, pree'I lnets Ie-relin after 1namtied In
the r'e' jt'live club distrlets, by the
imnaiger's livi'(' na fter ianmed. The
inanaget's shall openi tle polls at 8
o'clock ll In le torentool and close Illit
at 4 o'clock In the afternoon, when
they shall proceed puablicly to count
the vole. After tablating the results,
the managers shall certify the sane
and forwarid the ballot box containing
the ballots, poll list and all other pa
pers, except the club roll, relating
snch election, by one of their .tnumbet'
to the challtirman of tile couity comilt
teo within 36 hours after tile close of
the pollIs and said election shall be
oidiced In all respets t'nerling tc
laws of the Slate of Soth Caroilina
gove'ling prlitiry elections an1d ac,
cordInug to the rilles of file Democratic
'he following is a list of the poll
ing lacnes, with ilie names of the mnn
agers aid ilerks appolinted for each:
Woodlville-WN. A. Putman, .1. 1,'.
Wh1am, C. D. K00llett1; W. Alartin,
.Al lutville- Clyde 1110p, .1. C. Miller,
MadIson Workman; Richard Dunlap,
Watts Mill -Joe Blakely, W. T Senn,
1", Y. MeOl' "in; .1. II. Lurens clerk.
lAtur( nt - f M. Clardy, PlIe I.
Nlckles, It. ilI. Wolff; Albert iial,
Lydia Mill-T. M. Boyce, II. Wolford,
J. G. Clark; W. E. Johnson, clerk.
Cross 1ll-J. 13. Pinson, H. II. ltul
ler, Conway Dial; Walter Grlini, clerk
Wade--W. S. Atherson, Win. Wat
kins, W. 11. Wade; J. 1). Hill, clerk.
Youings--W. 11. Wilkie, W. WV. Wal-~
lace, H1. 11. Abercromble; C. It. hobo.
Or-a-W. B. Byrd, J1. M. WaWilace,
W. J. Bryson; L. .1. Blakely, clerk.
Ek'iom--R. H. McDaniecl, Jr., A. 1t.
'I'liomc, A P. Willlanis; If. 11. Pinson,
(lititon-It. ). Adair, It. .1. CopclanL
.11no. I1. Nabis; T. Duckett Leak, clerk
CUlintonl .\111-11. Y. Abramns, I.;,. .
Rleed, 0. .\. Temlpleton" \V. II. Cathl
Waterloo --Joe Penree, .1. T. Garrett
Geo. Anderson; llerlbet NeIson, clerk.
ickory Tavern--\V. M.\. Abercromn -
bIe, It. .\. ilolt, J. A. Coats; C. C.
Tip Top. .1io. W. Amtlerson, \V. 13.
Sims, S.. A. Taylor ; If. 1'. Bagwell,
Goldville -W. 1"'. Blalock, L. L'. Simlp
son, II. C. ililiter; Hoss Doster Leak,
La ngstoi----W. M. Myer4, C. A. Ow
ens, .M. M. Poole; W. C. llyrd, cletrk.
Daniels Stoie -M. W. 11111, .\. 1)
Mitchell, G. C. Boland; Arthur11 Bolt,.
Poplar Springs--'. T. Wood, I-. E.
Simplipoi, Sr. N. 11. Wood; If. 0. Walkc
Pleasant \ound_-W M. Iltnter. 1'
II. Gartet t, Collier Tlur'dett(; Columbuhtll
liii rdett'. letrk.
Thompswonl store--I. C. Owing.', L.
A. Thomposon, 1). 1). Stochdard; T. 1).
Owings- .1. T. Stoddard. L. T.. Tom)
Isleton, II. .1. (. Curry; Id'onardlOw
Dialis -W. It. larris, S. L. Owings,
Geo. rady; ano. Simmons, vierk.
Gray Coirt--Fowler l rnts, -Jim
Rthodes, L. %. Wilson; C. 13. Shell,
Ilopewell--J. F". Workman, T. G.
Young, a. T. Brown; J. Roy Crawford,
Cook's Store--J. 13. Cook> E. W. Pat
ton, 1.1kim Thompson; Graves Gutinn,
JL.anfror--J. M. F'jeming, J. W. Lan
ford, Toy Drummond; 0. L. La41nford,
Stewarks Store--J. 'D. Stewart.
Arthuir Ilughe, C. 11. Leonard; (s. T.
iHvnno--G. C'. Pitts, Posey Copeland,
J. C. McMillan; 11. P. Copeland, clerk.
Mt. P'leasant-41. M. Cunn11 inghlamit
11. II. 'asley, CGty E'. Moore; Wade
Princeton--J. L. Bagwell, . Frank
Davis, M. It. Mc~ettin; P). A.Tryhm
Grays Store-J. 0. Babb, R. It. Mir
nett, M. Miltiore Long: .1. F. Nix, clerk.
Qhlloh -- i. .. Wilson, M. V. loyd,
J. I. \bericr :t ' .. L. Power, clerk..
It. N. Babb,