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TrO UOV. MIANNIN
'lhaiiks l'eople of State for Votes Olive
liltm1. Says lie Expects to Winl 1i
Second Priiars ith icreased Vote
Columbia, Sept. I.-TIho followii
Statement was giverl out here to
day by fortnler Governlor Cole L
"To tile ditliocratic voter! of, ,' Sotll
Carolina: I desire to express; to yot
my3' highiest appreIcCiLIon of the veI*
Comnplimentary vote which w ,a: easl
for- nlie and for the principles for whiel
I stand in tle prinmary election iel
last u'lusday, and i desire to call your
special attenition to tle following
"In tie lomle couity of Mir. Malan
11ig. Sum1t'ir, he only led by a very
small -vote. Inl his forIter home
countl1y, whose coity seat is ialied
in hoinor' of his grandfat ser, yotu will
find a hildsome majority for me; and
in c:ieh )( the bordet' counties tottelh
ing iis hone---lelorence, Darlington,
Keru'haw, Itichlind and Claren
donl. yott w ill finld that I have defeat
ed hlit.- In mly fo1-rme hiome ci-un1ty,
Niwbrry, I i'ave led, as also it the
counieis a!djohtlingy l', vizv: F'aluda,
(r'eenwood, lvxllngtont, lairlihd, I'nl
ion. and 1 only lacked 1 few votes of
egiriing Ithe vote of) Mr. Cooper in
1tlq'hiehome county of lAaurens. It mlly
adolted home, lRichland, where I
hiN for fhie plast six Years, and
wltere I now vote, tie result was as
lollows: Illease, 2,92-; Mlann ing. I
876; Coopei:, 1,013.
"Now, Iellow, -cit izens, take these
1espective VOt's alt compare them
and see which of tlie two men stands
est and htas Iost frieids where hel1
was l-rn and reared, and where lie
I khea.-Pnown. I' it he by that uriter
10 tat you judge, yotir consei
PIe' yiil dlit'e th:i yvol vot- for
"No''.:in, :tke the 'coult ieP thlt
hta%e the lartgest primary vot'-for in
stt, ,Anderson, Creenx-ille. Sparlani
hit'- l'ork, Cherokee, l'i'hlen s .aind
look at the heavy vote received by me
tlidpi, and 3out will fiitd, that while 3.\'.
C -viN rerelved a1 very m:p'nn -
A'oi ... j led in tile lace, .1n1 th1a. (;ow
4ticr .* larning v~i re0diated I% re
'elvinz a mere ittanc'e.
''int r i'.' ol the cmuni:s of tho
state did .\I . 'Ianitng mven receive a
plurality. In the loe iDee where his
I ind11' "ha imeil that he wvoild weep)
the 'ield, you ywill find im in a mi
ioty. I l lorry, Ma.\lit, illon,
. la r.l boro, Chesterfield, l arlington,
Florence, Georgetown, his friends are
.Sol.( d Isapopitlted atnd weeping be
'allse of tie fact. that his administra
ionl li'as proven distasteful to tile white
"Ili his staement he says: 'A na
jority of the votes were ('ast against
lilease.' I 111ttk, if you wvill notice,
71ot will find that a much larger ma
jority was 'ast against the piesent
governor. Ile further says: 'le
(Bleae' polls his full strten !t ii in the
,first primary always.' I presuime lie
has forgotten ItIe use of tle l'nglish
Tanguiagze, wh'len Ite ulses thte wordo 'at
()#('s' and lhe htas for'gott'en thte ru'ith
.whIen he says 'fttll sirlength.' 'lThis is
only the secondl tme that I have been
Ilin i'econdu tprimr it for3 Im a state otllce,
and in thle secondl primitary' of 191(0 mxy
vote was mtater'ially increased over the
first, andI I was elected governor. The
samie thing will haplpen again In 19(16.
"He also say's: 'A Cooper vote Is an
antl-Blease vote.' IfI I am any judge,
I thIiink It coul d he moi'e t rut hf ully3
saidl that a Coopei' vote Is an anti
Alanning vote, foi' Ito, and not 1, is
thte gov'ernor' whto has been repudiat
ed by3 the Cooper people, lie further
says: 'It Is the same situatIon as two
year's ago.' A-gain hte forgets the
truth. Two years ago I was not In
'the gutbernator'ial race. hlad I been,
the state wotuld never have been hu
niliated with the .taning admtinis
"'Again, he says: I 'startedI this
lnorninrg to win the fightt, and I amn
going to wIn It.' I am lproud( to say
that 1 did( not start it the beginning
to fight, I started in to fot'give and
forget-to make my3 campaitagn, as I
did, upon a high pllane, and wIth the
solemn Ipromtise to be gover'nor of all
The people of myt3 stat'. 'This I ox
poet to be. And1( I do not exptect to
stand on the state house steps, as he
did, and ho0(1ldii my htands and swear'
to be gover'nor' of all the state, antd
then turn ar'ound, as he dId, antd kick
out every inn why'lo votes agaInst me
andl~ pt in only my3 friends, I shall
Ir y be roverinor' of all thIe peoptle of
>ate, anld I t thte past be the past,
and1( bygones he biy'ones; and In
ateadl of tr'ying to stir iii bItterness,
as lhe and his sutppor'ters are now do
ing, I propose to try to ereate among
all the people of thte state, love for
pence, for prospIer'ity and for happi
ness, andl to hiave t:' frIends, and, so
fat' as I Ci , thte whole Ihonie of Soth~
Ca" tna, tuttn to the uiiitng of our
agrlituiure and our commercee, and all
legiine'' business and ind'etry, and
to 1!" Uit M 'art people, antd to 301'
Vicm ' 't a adc countr'y, and a
devre, ' d ~ 'uhiich will not
enl> .a oa pr"o; , : rway .
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.\adden. 1-opt. .'.-lrtrced m et
nig closed at New Prospect Friday
- night Witi 10 conversiols. The (.ain
d d.'xL will be baptized the -lit Soun
dliy in S'juteiber. tev. .\lr. ilas as
sisted the pasior. Rev. .J. A. .\lartin
and iave is some good , s1ermlonis.
\Ve missied the face of our) conlse
crated treasutrer,. .\r. .1. A. 1P. .\oore,
diiring oiu mIiectinig. It was unu1lsutial
f,: him to be absent ald only severe
si(lkns-sit kept him away this time. We
all hope he will soonl he in his accls
Mrs. J. A. Wolford nas among the
delegates who attended and enjoyed
fhe annual W. M. U. at Friendship.
Mlr. Thad Moore is the first in our
inmmediate ieighborhood to have cot
toll glined. Thad is usually the early
hid when it conmes to cotton.
!.. Rush.\ Motes, of Atlanta. it iii
onl a visit to his niece, .\Mrs. Tom Shaw
aid to other relatives.
Mi. Sam Gralham, or 2eesville, was
a caller recently at his old honie. Ile
was the guest while here of \1r. J. A.
.\rs. .Jeinie Illamnilton spent last
wvcek Witli Mr. and Mrs. .1. 1). Culbert
son and enjoyed the sermons with us.
liss Sara Ilryson, who has beenl
here with her imother and grandmoth
(-I. during the month of August. left
ridi'ay for Thornwell Orphaiage, at
Miss Lidle Culbertson, of Ekom, is
stayii awhile with her uncle, Nir. 13.
Y. Cul bert son.
Miss .lattle Bobo Poole and brother,
.Josh Craig, spent part of last week
with their cousin, Miss Ora Powers.
Misses Sile Davenport, of Newber
ry, Liora Montjoy. of Clinton, and Mrs.
.iohn lI avenport, of Cross ill, were
the guests during tle meeting of .\I.
aid iMrs. Cliff Cunningham.
The Misses liitt aln. M\rs. S'tonle and
her daughter, .liss Corrie, were recent
visitors of It. aid .\Mrs. G. W. Chap
man ald family.
T. I. It. Browi and daughter .\l iss
Iuth, wE're the pleasant visitors ihurs
lay of Mrs. Wofford adlt Misses Kate
aild Azile Wofford. Miss liiith is on1e
of oir Prospect girls we are viroud
of. She will teach this year in the
graded school of Columbia. We wish
.\i's. May .ldideln and .\Mrs. .iosie
.\Martin welt up to I'auroens .\londay
afitrinoon to see their atuit. Mirs. Evie
lPoweru'. who is still (itilte ill at her
.\Mr. .1. A. Wofford has retuiied fromi
aI isi. to liigh Point, N. C., Greer.,s and
Gtreenville, where lie had a pleasait
visit Witll friends and relatives.
The synimpathy of all go out to the
young father aid moother, .\I'. an(d Mrs.
Asa Teague, in tle sudden death of
their little babe at Dakville Saturday.
Mr. Walter Hendrix, of Waterloo,
h'aled a nice (gantity of hay for Mr.
I. .. WLofford Monday.
.\I hs . E'ssle TIhompison and Mr is.
C'hester' Plnson, who ar'e in the hospital
are't gettIinrw(in ieelv. Tlhieirt friends
will be gla d to lioar i' n ews.
MIrs. .Ilh Th'iiompson,011 wVho ha~s bieen
staying withI hier sick ones' at the hos5
ital, camie homei for ai few days to
rest, only toi learni that hier aunt, M\iss
K'athar'ine Plnsonl, ha~ I tile misfor'tune
to fall dlown stairs and break her leg
and~ she went thet'e at once.
The Sunday school at Prospect is to
observe the State-wide Sunday school
(lay-the date will be announced later.
WVe hope to have a goodi programi andI
a good ci'owd to enjoy it with us.
Mi'. Henr'y Pinson, of 10kom, is now
at the store of Mr. .1. D. Culhei'tson,
where he will be glad to see his
fi'iendq. We hope he will soon feel
at home with us.
Mr. and Mrs. Wmn. Byrd. .Jr. wore
ouit for a shior't visit to her relatives
here recently. They have just retuirn'
ed from a pleasant tr'ip to the "lAnd of
tile sky" where they chaper'onedl a
party of young folks fronm Clinton.
DON'T N EULE('T YOUl IC(OLD
Neglected colds get wor'se, instead
or better'. A stuffed head, a tight
chest mulst he r'elevedl at once. Dr.
ltdll's P'ine-Tar-l loney is Natulre's remn
('dIy. liney anld glycerine hleal the ir
ritatedl miembr~iane, ant isept Ic tar loos
('ns tile phlegm. you breathe easier
an 111youIr cold Is br'oken uip. Plheasa nt
to take, D~r. Blell's Pine-Tar-iHonley Is
an id ~eal r'emiedy for' child(1ren~ as w~ellI
Blec aus . -. .. . ... .... . ,ina
TrIVRt DROMO QUlINtIN nbetter than ordinary
9Qulnine and does not cause nervousness nor
ingtngln he-'d. Rememnber the full name and
look for the signature of E, W. OROV1E, 25c.
1woirl, bult inl thle world to come. The
people1 h-ave endorsed this course taken
by themi in the campf jaign, by the follow
ho vote:. Blease 54,000.( So rar' r,'port
ed); Cooper, 28,867; Manning, 38,4Cc
And at thle nlext primar'y I will again
beO chosen the democratic nomiee for
troveror of Seuth Carolina, and one
aghaiu the state will ar'e on In pros
Perity, and without, in'Altla alan (,f
Notlee to all Sunday Schools in Lan
There will be a township interde
no1uinational Sunday School Conven
tion held at the First Methodist Chur<'h
Lirens, Sunday, September l0th ti
3:"0 p. Im. .lr. It. D. Webb, (e . See
retary, and .\iF;s Iavenel, Onte of Iis
co--workere, will be present.
As the county convention meets at
Dials church on the 13th nld 1-iih1, we
ue e5 'Veriy school in Ianrtens to. 1iship
to have delegates present at Ehi:; 111
.1. 1P. Toi be rlt.
A. C. Todd.
On last Wednesday, the children and
girandchildren of Mr. G. 13. Brown met
fort a family reunion. The occasion
celebrated ",,rIand fat her's" sixty-fourth
birthday. 'nder the large oak trecs
there on the lawn, a picnic dinner was
served and in the afternoon Joy riding
afforded much pleasure. It is hoped
1.hat another such occasion will conic
again in the course of another year.
Citaiton for Letters of Adiniistration.I
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
By 0. G. Thompson, Probate .ludge:
Whereas J. Aug. Barksdale. Jr.
made suit to me, to grant him Letters
of Administration of the Estate and
effects of J. Aug. Barksdale, Sr.
These are therefore, to cite and ad
mnonish all and singular the 1ndred
and creditors of the ,t;id .1. Au Harks
dale, Sr., deceased, iat tit, be and
appear before me, in he C tirt of Pro
bate, to be held at I rens Court
hlouse, Laurens, S. C, o the 19th day
of September, 1916 it xt, after pub-i
lication hereof, at 11 clock in the af
ternoon, to show ca ise, if any they
have, why the said Administration
should not be granted.
Given under my hand this -Ith day
of September, Anno Domini 1916*
0. G. Thompson,
j-2( .1. P. L. C.
Take notice that on the 9th day of
October, 1916, we will render a final ac
count of outr acts and doings as x
ve'ilors of the estate of Mrs. Priscilla
l'd wa rds, deceased, in the otilce
of the .ud-4t if Probate of Lau
rens County, at 11 o'clock a. it., and
onl the same day will apply for a tinal
discharge from ourl tr'tusts as Exceu
Any person indel ted to said] estate
are notilled and i( iried to make pay
meint on that date: and all persons
having claims against sail estate will
present them on or before said date
duly proven or 1be forever barred.
P. F. Ed'ards,
Septemier i . 16.-1 mo.
J. C. BURNS & CO.
Sells It For Less
On Red Iror
MONEY with ]
No. 1, 210 West Laurens
Why Be A' Tenant?
A family that is paying rent is paying for a home,
but when .it all paid for it belongs to the Landlord,
and at once the family starts in to buy another
house for him.
Join The Building and Loan
Join any Building and Loan, but we would like
for you to consider ours first.
You can start a home now and join the ranks of
the Independents by taking advantage of the terms
offered by us.
A small monthly payment, an amount which you
will har ly feel, will grow steadily buy surely until a
great big sum is reglized.
The uilding a Loan is intended to help you
save mon y, by e ouraging thrift and economy.
Rem mber the adage "Take care of the nickles
and the dm and the DOLLARS will take care of
Series No. 5 Now Open. Call and See Us.
Standard Building and Loan
W. R. McCuen, Secretary
At Peoples Loan and Exchange Bank
I J. C. BURNS & CO.
Sells It For Less
'he House that Sells Same Goods
or Less Money all the Time
IROlt itACKET STORES and SAVE
5 'er ct. of your Money
a iving each week now. Come and keep coming each
BEP YOUR EYES
Racket Stores the coming season. It behooves you to
JES, and BE SURE YOU GET the MOST for YOUR
. CASlM~~~ ~ 3" and SMALL
- ie Goods out
ARGAIN DAYS EACH WEEK 6
B U RNS &C OM PAN Y,
2 Red Iron Re ' Stre No. 2'omn tb quare, 0.