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LAURENS, S. C., JUNE 5, 1818
The Advertiser notes with regret
tha't failing health has forced the re
tiremneit of Dr. (. W. Gardner fIomtt the
.helm of the Gireeniw od Daily Joiinal
and we trust that relief from arduous
dltit s will oon resIire him to his ac
(tustotvied iallh. T:: -ia a er Will con1
tilnue to 1.1 !1n the( ( mn!-1vnt hanld., of
his MOtll, (. W. Galdne, .1 .. wlho is one
of the hustlng young ntewspaper mot
of the State and ol;e who 10 may be (X
pteeIid to keep thlie alper Iliu tI i
high standard in both h I editorial andi
Thre i. a nolice inl another columnti
of this iapei fromn Mt. W. D. lyrd,
county food administrator. urging far
mers to Ilse cate in gahlliering and
saving the whiat 1*ro[. This nlotice
was e1 itn by lt. yd (ver the tel
epho.ii aili p' til at thi ti im
Itlat 1. w( i d n., avi tk tII sted Its
t1) take it ov i n ;- lphonlte if it had
not be-n .-'10 an .iIporjtait nIaO! ttr.
Slie s w .!m : is iSsib le tha:
Pomie (ar:..r . Ie a they will
not he aih - iPirn
ar'' - h it at all.
f1d t ten
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b e II I th and
ir i r 1 r I I fI I
Aitivi - ti u 'on i lit
In ii In -1 1 .
ve thui 'i
wi1th .1 ni no yetII
con :Ic-. Al. .n :.
terial n wart. It will otn!y
iesi -n u. .\lilitary (xpert~s
prit'((i n r-i . b runit offensie- otn
Piv('I, n ti vthe trst few dlays fol
-e.i I n It'll indelfiniitly
it o . i;: ' li'IIt.-, hli lilie
* * tii I i
I yr fe 0 ' i I(: . 11.5 .\dlier
whimh an erl1ul at ritihal ntiein.
in timi' (I 111C e W r. vote wor*
isheot pesnl gt'ottti. and le thtim
shuttai of hrenue peiodk along ahe
war. k~ tit and ntose a wea hoeal
Inth ong tn n thms of who'
when tlt naio s needHing eer
eOurf4 ::f its tneta hH t thn gthatof
rtaon be oits witl Icause, ande
-nithcrtl( ohs ravl to rh est tte-o
a uilacoThina bheoy fim an emst
diattsedI to perf; ood his dthes ef.Icint
tyof ad h pa t Irl (lan thes noan wh
trhouldsbe entruted itwsitoTie atasll
ttith an erinat leitia 'times.O
Whn the n Itun; u i n timoes f war, (
(oltilne inl Ocm1l'O thanl anyone else who
has offered to oppiose him or who will
offer to opps):-e him. Thiat is a matter
which should reIzma in to be settled af
It"' the con.;es-inan and his oppon
ents have 1e'n emijired -of and
icard in t own behalf. For us,
e beliv thte saying so popular
110w-, that '-The i 1) no ime for politics"
A s ai n i no c 1 1' i in ''e A.v r1 i.wer I ast
w""kIC. . in er i- Iall ov,:rI th coun (0111ty
ark, to ;ditr i tIl- Goda t, lon se
Sun1day miol uing tor the purpoe of'
holdin:t an "All-Day Singing'", One ot'
tlo.se1 ol Inst it(i ns which unihe
insiration and leia mle to a grelt
maniy lvovrs of "harmon.; and sweet
sound" who are niot content with a
note or two here. and thero and a bar
or so there, but who enjoy a full ncas
nre of rythmii and mlelody while ueot
lin-: to' ether, aIsj tor prayer and wor
s. The exerci;C:es will begin about
10- 0' 'lock and Will continue II util
abAt -4:01., 0 '.ok with an intermis
ion for (inner, which is to b1e in picnic
-:le. The puic is liiited to attend.
.leetiiz of 11. ). WV.
PTcanl Caip No. 27, W.O.\W. will
meet ol'r d;ek-. t W 0or)k We( iesday
nit.111 ,n ~-h. A full attendance i:3
desir ed. ). 1). Peden, C.C.
.1. E. Johnson,. lek
C 'A RO 1,1 11'. 11 0 u f
)em ocratIs of thl1e (oitj it May Now E1.
roll ior he 1)I, Primiry. (ounty
Exvventire ('m mittle t1 1 .et Natur
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l:intonrd --- nni . Wi''or ho.
i'leasno- '[l .l'un Sti. F ly
Vitingsonr \-i M. PI'l. lar
I'(OJn~ a ' lo e J i' ,.ls / t t lwart.
,buk , g13 ier te.-J. 1 lx. (Ii't Ad
yit eia 've 1'. ' . 1r O~r so.oi
(11 r)1y ('on;a i. l'it ad li"Iee. a
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31ILLER WILL NOT ENTE'lt 10ACE
I;elleves That flie Henrts o' the Peo.ile
Are in the Wair to the Exclusion of
The Advertiscr is in receipt of the
following cotmunication frot A. 11.
tiller, Esqi., of Grecr, wItich it takes
pleasure in printing:
di tor Advertiser:
I notice in the last issue of your pa
jt'tr w:,iCh I always reatd with pleauret',
that amontg other contmilents on the ap
proachin:- 4tii I.Astrict Congressional
canipai:n yoo say that "A. 11. Nliller, of
Greer, has not bet:i heard front recent
ly and nmay be withi othlers conitemlplat
ing trying it again". Aly rel- is that
I shall not "try it" this year for two
reasons: A member of ty family is
hoitelesgsly and desperately ill and I
eantiot leave to make the campaign,
and, again, I ant intensely interested
in the prosecution of the war to a stC
eessful concltsion. I believe that the
hearts of ou1r people are int this war
to the exclusionl Of eVerythiU QisC,
csipecially polities. When peace coles
al, and we canl stop to consider tite
motives of tten and hold them to ac
(ouit for Itmse lve, then it will be
time to l'e.went oie's views to the pco
I ain sorry 11lat I (cannt tot ieett this
year te voters of te great Fourth
ISi it ' A. H. .\iller,
: 1, 19)8. Greer. S. C.
P ETIT ,-RICS DRI.\W-N
t il' (if (neril Sessitons to be fi eld
Week, Bwh.ining .Anne 1ith.
GO"r of Gener al Sessios will con
- I .\,nd.tv Imoritin:.g, . Iun: Ith.
9 1'e F. 1. Gary, of Ablevill.. wilIt pre
ttt4. .\ tlthe eastom talI thci. Smmter
f nn.only castes- ot rsnr
1: Ml00,:ld will bo tried, So 1thk
n ii nl eConcerneld with mil
diy not conttiiu
C dr!wnty Ith julry
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-hal ~tettidsin IT iRobertlT . (la
\i, .tr C. I M eaa' .l a ke.1 lin Younat:.
who is al. ii.t\t.le antn r',. i itwe.
.. .a l t --.d . \46-1 o , : 1. I - .
Sot.Ptown ----ionyeef. 1 Mai;.re
t$i off E. AL 6-It-p. ,
dllon soo'an.' lotetui e-rt. bt
! ortdd0:1 . la a. n, . 'r c $.,
*i tor .fli- ALtl ou le'i'' at r rig t ors,-u
r. V. iliy. Lauren' o Ja. tre. .\ .- t.
otr .4rule-M . oT. C' Att'nini rtion
dtii .0Adverit l'ri1) Cti vtt C. 4on -il,
b,'n, kenRi 6. -12b-JO-pdn n A
in the last issue of The Advertiser its
being appoinlted County farm11 d16mon--I
strator, lield tle position but a few
days, Iresigtiing Thursday with a view
of entering (lie armiiy. 'llis Successor
has not yet been nameld
Arraigemnients have been completed
by the local exemption board for the
registration today of thos;e men who
reaclied the age of 21 years since June
5th1 last. Registration for the entire
county will take place in the court
house between the hours of 7 a.m. and
p.m. Mr. C. A. Power has been ap
pointed Chief Registrar.
Library to Re-open Friday.
The Iaaurens Public Library will be
re-opened Friday afternoon, .1une 7th.
The library days are Tuesday and Fri
day afternoons from 5:00 to 7:00 0'
NOTICE OF JAIL LETTINGi.
Notice is hereby givenl that at the
hour of ten o'clock a.m., on Tiuesday,
tlie 25thi day of June, 1911%, at allreni s
Court liouge, S. C., the Lautens Coun
ty Jail Commission wijll let contract for
the erection of a new jail for the Coun
ty of Latrens to tle lowest respoisl
ble bidder. The work to be done ac
cording to certain. plans and spleciI
cations prepared by .1. 1.. Sulimmer &
. I. . lemphilIl Architects, of Ureen
woiod. S. C., anid i)lproved by the -above
coniissioni. ( n't racts 1wijI be for
the work cithe ini whole or in part as
may be I hougl best ; separat . are
inivited oil ce work.
All lids I st be ilted in writ
ing. and mu be (Omlpanied by er
titied chielck is sum of $500, made
payable to the Countyiv 'T'reasu reir of
I,aurens County, as guarantee that
1h bidder will, if bid is ecelted, with
In one week enter Into written con
I ac It and give satisfactory bond
eiual to the amiolnt of contract Irice
or le I faithuliI pefIoIrlanee thereof.
All bidd.ers will he relloied to fur
ish satisactory evidelice of thei fi
niancial resplonsibiliy and ability to
p :h (th worki to r omlpletion. Th'le
Ligh is x licitly reserved 1o reject
anv and~l all hids. lone a Laiirens.
A st, . i ord ar ofh
tsn:Sun l u t Nip.. It . . 31.
t Rising Sun Chapter No. U3.
I\ .\l.. will le held on
y nid i t, . 7n 7th,
.:;I' oclOe , TIerc v. ill
heork e R. A. degree.
N I. I uI, stly reiquiested to
BY orde;( of
IfH. T RY, Sec,
of the Metr
Mr. Middleton has pt
dition of this song the
superb artistry and the
of a patriotic American
wvhat is perhaps the fine
that has evef been given
" The Phonograph u~
literally R e-Creates his
formance. In this illut
Mr. Middleton singing
parison wvith the New
Cr'eation of his voice. I
the instrument and sar
and the New Edison
Mr. Middleton's lips t
they were listening t4
Creation of it.
you will hE
A RT HL
You will enjoy it ; your em.
American. We watnt you to
"DIon't ask us te
expect to attemp
. FL EMIN
Collecting Back Taxes.
Sheriff Reid, in commenting on the
success with which sheriffs of other
counties are having in collecting back
taxes, stated the other day-that lis
olliceo has succeede'd in collecting near
ly $5,000 In past-due taxes, some of
which has :been overdue since as far
back as 19.11.
11,nm1e Banck Rlieved.
For a lame back apply Chamber
lain's Liniment. twice a (lay and maS
sage tile ImliSmes of lie back over M1le
seat of pain thoroughly at each ap
.Rainis Do IImmage.
Reports of the excessive damage
done by the heavy rains 'londay after
noon epme to the city from the north
ern, southern and western parts of
the county. 'In addition to the wash
Ing rains, much damage was done by
llorace L. 13om Is hereby
nounced as at candidate for Congrr
from the Fourth Congressional D;
.rict. subject to the rules of the Dom
I hereby announce myself a canldi
da(te for the ollice of Supervisor of
1Laurens county, subject to the rules
and regulations of the Democratic
party. JOllN D. W. WATTS.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election to the office of
County Supervisor for Laurens Coun
ty, subject to all the rules and regula
tions of the Democratic primary.
H. B. Humbert.
I hereby announce mnyself a candi
date for the oflice of Treasurer of Lau
rens County subject to the rules of the
'R. -Judson Langston.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Ford cars are not an experiment. Years of
concentration on a single model have pro
duce( a motor car of proved value. It is as
important in modern life a ,;he mail service
or telephone. Bchind the Ford car is genui nc
Ford service, by comelrtent mechanics using
genuine Ford parts-with regular standard
Ford prices. That is the service given by
WA DROP'S GARAGE
Lauren., S. C.
opolitan Opera sings
t into his ren
great art of his
He has given
ith a Soul"
itration you see
-ITdison's Re- '5
I qstood beCside
/. Then suddenly he ceased to sing
ang alone. It wv nly by watching
at his audien - ere able to tell whether
his voic to the Newx Edisoni's Re
~ar the real voice of
tions will be stirred. You will go away a better
hear it. Come.
sell you Edison Re-Creations if you
to play them on a taiking machine."