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1.AURENS, S. ('., AG. 21, 191,4.
Store to the
P e o p e."
When Mrs. Home
rn, ker wonders
,where sI.e can
muatch a i ibbo- or a piece of dress
goods, sh first think*:s of the store
that through ertsing keeps up
her interest in its activities; its new
goods; its special sales; Its complete
stock ; its service; the courtesy of
its sales people, and liarough this
interest gets and holds her coni.
dence and her trade. Advertising
will take any business into the
homes of the people and day after
(lay build up established trade.
All people appreciate good service
What's the mat ter with the supply
of -1!ease bittois this year?
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The Advertiser expres'ses its tIllaiks
to the fire departinetnt, and others wiho
made such a prompt resioise to ol!
alarmi of fire Satiurtday afternoonl.
Thanks to them, the damnage done was
If it hadn't beetn for Gov. Mlanniing
we suppos Col. Roosevelt. and .l1hn
1'. Dulncan, with Bx.-Gov. llease would
be in France today with their .volun
tee r arilies. T .at man Mao nnlg is a
po . erful tellow.
Thle Advett is''r will lon than like
ly Iach m! Illost of its readers a day
la t thi s week oli acoItl of an acci
d t inl the IIre s roomII . ThIie local
11 ' 's at i1er in I ii i1apier was alts(
lar'ly r'(dIued this week for Ihe
santicason WVI ask the( indulgen
of oir r.:ilers onl tlhis acconilt.
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Oir lope is that nlext ''ulesday every
voler will cast IIs ballot according
to the dicta ti's of his c(onsc ieIlCe. If
fhe canldidates whom %\ %up4o111 rt are
thet elI ,le'cd we w.il I . grat ifiid. If
they are not, ourl revgret wil b.I e Ih atI
we have nlot beenl able. i) presentl our
:- a it vol) d he pr t1tied. Ot r
judgimen1t may be wroll, hat w will
be willing to abide by he riuh of le
maj:oriv. O'r belief is that [): :ti n,!
Cooier wil! both will by a safe na
Jo o e
Tw~o let ters gi von thi' press. laist
weeki'I should dlisahiu.', t 'lw mind.; Iol
coniettions lIleascitos of (er2oneous1t
ltn from Ilasi' anid his ntewsoa ter'
t. AX jiersistenlI tt apaignl has beitn
t'ar'iied on by Thle ''htalt ont Amerti
'aln, thle tilease org~an. to ('riate lhe'
unprti'1IIon tha41 t lease wouitlhi' as
Wasi~ton as I 0 il.iit U The Preint
h imseIf has1 spoken CI how)ever,'i and 111says
"I h~ave' not Ithei least fei r thait lthey
(lhe people0 of Sout'h (''tilinal wvilI
bllieve thait .\1'. Uleas i sa or ft ('nl tbe
a friend of te adinistrtationl."' Thait
I'~iar's tip the view oft .\r. bloase a.s
he ld In Wa'sintlgltn. Now, what oIf
P'residenlt Wilsonl as bei- by3 1It'ase.
Inl spite of all thait llase says' Ithat
he will dlo if elected, what udoes .\ r.
McL:'uin , who has beeni atn lntimate
not) a '111in !osely associlated wIth Iim)
Itlease wlto has no)1t heard( his bit -
I 'Iilr t d i(nintiations it lirivaite'CI conversa)
1tion, and i who does no0t kno1w his Inl
tense' hatr !o E Prtesliint WIlson."'
Out ardly prlote'stitig his loyalty to the
presidrnt , but1 down Itn his heart
-nin'Slg a tervenl hattr'd! Is it rea
sonable to suptpose that one holdtng
thle viewVs (of 11h1 JridentI'l that I lease
dioes, ':11n poss ily renduter him1 unl
HO0W THlE WIND) ILOWS.
CandIdates may well be compared to
the little weathler cock which the kidls
put1 on the gale of the barn. You
canl tell how the wind bltows by
watchIng the liIttle cont raptilon. You
can also tell how the plittical wind
filows by the candIdates offerIng for'
ofiee. T1he more numerlou'ts party, if
we mal~y call It In Sotuth Carolina, gent
erally has the largest list of "exempi
lars" In the race and Its r'epresenlta
lives are tusuially more Ouitspokenl in
their political views. We all r'emem
hetr the ntumerotus Ulease candIdates of
senvernl yenrsngo nde the cnnfidnea
with which they answered the Blease
interrogaters: "I am for Cole L.
Blease." The Anti-Blease candidates
for county oilces had a time of it. lii
deed a lot of them were like soine folks
today who do not consider it any
)ody's business how they vote. They
dodged the issue as long as they could
and then took their medicine. There
was little doubt then about the
strength of the Blease vote. But today
the wind blows differently. Candl
dates onl the Blease platform are
scarce and the interrogators are on
the other side. If there are any Blease
candidates offering for office In this
couity ,they are very backward about
letting It be known. At a campalgn
meeting in Kershaw county the oihler
day, according to the Camden Chron
icle, out. of twenty-three candidates,
lifieen declared themselves as sup
porters of Mr. Dial, live were non-coin
inmittee und three deelared for .\lr.
1lease. Of the tiree that declared for
.\ir. IlOitse, onte bore the saie naie
as tle standard hearer of tlie Ieforin
par'ty in the gaibernatorial race and
:anotlher bor14' tIe sa1e 11 .1anW as tlit
shieriff whom (ov. Manning tempoltari
Iy put out of otlie for 14neglect of ity.
T e st jir ng hi t, If lt e tetorl 1 rt1 y.
alt te at i'd )1 the 1111iiiber of ca lld!
ates it his b hoeen able to ist ll In t'
)dl. apears to be woeik.
Friends and ielatives have retillrned
from Star, Miss., wi here oil tll, evenlinu
Of thl Ist, at the Baptist chlrlch, the
marria ge of liss ldina i'arle I)idlake
* 1 Mr. llaynle 1). Islakely, fornierly of
:his. cou nt y but now of Knoxvillo.
Tenn.. was solem)nized. The sacretd
ediflee was siiply hut elegantly de
orated for the oecasion, gracef ul ferns
blnding witl tihe national colors, as
bright lights lrew a dr ieamy radiance
ovir then. A large crowd was ushered
into the chuiircli bI tvo lovely maidens
in whiite. Misses .\lna Lollin and elit.
Didiake, anld awaited the arrival of the
bridal party. .Just before tis party
ent)1ered, the sweet solo "I Love 'You
Truly", was rendered by Mrs. Dr. A.
.. luollin, accompanied by Mrs. Mel
%in \'anzanudt. The inspiring lotes ot
h' wdinig miarch, soundeid i .\l rs.
.1. W. Slaton, was the signal for tlh
ippronih of tie bridal party. Follow
ing the wedlilg attendants,. lith' bide
6ntllfe Wilit hler fathefr, .\r. P'hilips
1)idlake. and slowly advance''d to the
hanil as tie groom tanil his best
mian, rIi. Albert Lollin. invt Ilhe . Akt
'h al 11 1 )Dr. .. 0. Poi-tt rson,1 of ('inII
',I. nielt the YwtntIl pele 111(1 with 1tal
impressive ring srvi( t' salted Ihei
ossand then askhld Ilte athe':
le1)(111 upo lth m.
The brid4e was a typical one inl t
;uisilt h ino.s of whit crep' 114
o-or "'atin, har. long veil beI-f in ll
'.04<111 her w o!th (f him r b) .1 w\'roall!
f-1 )rallte ht is. its ilisty lengit s at- I
:Iodi vonceva|Ill.- her b. ridl houIlfue(l o:,
.Ablt lilli's a i falling Io the4' bin1 44W
til' Hiong trailn.
11Y 011. reo-essiMon l, ren1der-4d h:.
\A St, 'il'tse ridal 1tyd l'ft 'ht'
1h reb for lii ti's 1)ihik' hioti'e, whert'
at Ireeption)1 with~ retfretshmnents was
.'jityt'd biy t' re'latlives and clost
Tlhie bideit, ini a stit ofi grey, and1 t'
ur1oom1 lt inunitly~t for a Itrie to
.'ion were: .\'tlt an .\lt. .ntI \\'. fon
1,a'sl \'auh:.'aa . fiR ~lo''ic. \akly,
'Thal itlakel, Tis:i... \. .n ast ('ad
4!:idi 114 ke, A tl t, (h't.: I'% .\ls. )1 .\ ('5i
(l. lerry, .\ar k rais t II t herulit of\li('
V1(ssie05 lllt', from ~it horee .\ and
s'or n g II smf~lit. ll ('iton; lil r.4) .\il r0in,
114 lat lebur , .\ii. .\1r. .l. nR. has and
fai y1)5, I randons .liis i's. lii's ts
aGIRLS!a )4 Wlii st N, SKftIN 11(:40
thae ska hnnt )C5 Yes-o for ha femeiii
lesruag te ore toifll cutr will suit'
linc youre u s focar ht
tw* rs 3lemo( into a btle, the
01)ut in the orel aro whitenay shakei
well. his x .ei "Wiluateit sae?
Illspsermon wa aui'eaer knoy. byas
salge i fo~ragatiremot tindal
iTo 0hefac sp~ek rlfio ad hand
san jurdaye w afreaktscces, sl
lonss Eviets Mlanll rognds hidien
appearie 'an howcci smoh tand Mis liean
ateiidead the reauioful resultonil sur
urdty Whil ae ewi on tili sie, ey
were guests for awhile of Mr. and Mrs.
W. M. Myers.
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Long and chil
dren, Edwin,' Kathleen and Louise, of
Pelzer, are visiting their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. . 13. Bolt.
Mr. Nyles Clark, of Columbia Uni
versity, spent the week-end with home
folks and attended services at Lang
ston Sunday morning. Nyles is al
ways welcome back home.
Miss Sara Frances Glenn was re
cently In Clinton visiting friends. She
returned last week from Iienderson
ville, N. C., where she attended a
lr. ('arlos Boyd, of laurns, attend
ed tle old soldiers' reunion Saturday.
NIiss Rjuth Bolt is ipending a few
week, witi her sister, Mrs. T. W.
Ilarksdale, at Gray Court.
Protracted meeting starts at Lang
ston Tuir(ay night at eight o'clock.
Mr. Carroll Donnoll, 01 Greenville.
ZpVont the week -end With his uncle.
\Mr. F. J,. Donnion.
.isses Mi liie I(e,4 and Iaoree Don
'on slpent sevceral :ys last week withl
their uilt'ie at i0 Boydlill. Dr. DoIon.
1-. E-:dl Iytirs seint Wednisday
nivht wv. I I r. Josh ". oole.
ie. sl of 1 l'iltt an 1d \Ir. a l iv.'noe
. 1.on and he, ouis. e 'e nt
Titrada In Clieo .
31 sr Calvin and Ca;rlton Sn1y'ler.
("Gray Court. Pont a a Z. set the
veak-end ro h thir sisr. .\nrd . Oln
Itr. t ws t he dithne
Bes of ir. and ltes. C. It. Cooper
We are verY sorry to report ilm',
-liss Ru111h .\yers Scalded her leg very
Ibadly last week.
Mirs. E0. T 11011 has I very sore foot
vaulsed from a hoil and dew-poisonl.
The Quiine That Does Not Affect thle Hfead
Because of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA.
TIVIt BROMIO QUININY. Is better than ordinary
Qthinie mid does not catuse nervousness no?
hin it he'Id. Relititl b r 'b 11111 unme av.
FOr Sale-- Two IFord ears and a
Chevrolet. Patlmet t)Auto aind Aces
sory Company. .-lt
(lemstitchinIr a d Pich11o nr --.\tal
rders (filled promptly. Singer Sewivng
.\achine Co., Greenlwood. .i-11-11d
l''or Snle (ood gentle huggy horse
-hap. 0. 11. Simmons. .- It-pd
For Salh----Nice .ler'sey cow with nif
:Ihout2 eight wevis old. it. V. 1bly.
t"I t'uents. S. C. .-I I
1)1.01 A uold necklace w filt rold
dollar, with ) 1 in Scriptio ad 1141 g (ob| 2 ross
!u11sp'inld fr)om .1. indet' relttrl Io
.i i tes n 1' Irice iBabb a p"t reward.
F41r. Sale tlouistred 1lrure-.ter
-m-pie , 1.500 perI pair. .1. 1). S11l11
-'. r Sal Thr nh-- milch c"oS,
. 11 1 4 "111 41d ( -1 !. '( l -l : ri:t m \ i s
P.s ior S-le- Some registdoll
!:1-libire .and :- t'e '- satl 1'
Iaction 'rig".1ran ltnee . .1. C.. I r n
I 1.0. 11 \\' r 1r . 11 ) .3- I t-pd
rtat j9 l tr. Io rIt sod. codtion.
visin me'2' oraW. at Childrsullan Sn.
1.2 02. 5rig Lur.~ . 10 I
'Fr. S"e TwoI, \~alevin.at Mehaw-s
mlor pu1s twoII ontiih oid PrI) lO1'ie
$2..50 eac~. I)'1a lll 7 57 S lliva St..(
LaurensiO' S. '. ..- 2-11d
N ort Sale' -~ 1 -On ,Cher ole Ot01)ring
-ar . Seeml. 1 Wassofat 2Wilk21es
10tre0. LI-2rcas.0 21ifg~ ~ -It-pd)2
;gsfor sle. r hoet-- 1.ighl Imp'rov~led
'in? 02ult iation, ine past' Iir. 22222 o)t
-hiuf 2ch,t wen tltount1g f ill an) :'ros
\2122'.2ville. S. 1. -~,-ili igs -:2)d
I)'.11. Sumer15. hi I;alle~d toc :hmp
lackon, hav a lt ofgoodh-n and2
rton flerkshir1e'so). 22)re, h!i not
(na, o O. . C. s- il ii and
i' 1)(rlb s'Iow tomn in sooI.n. (by22 reis
1r11d hea.( Th2.1. are' tie hogXi l
hem(2!l. .\. A. ISumlril. t42 'Lauren I 2utI
ne r..on vll ih-co lo Iulil
road0 rmss Laue.-to I'foa li-. fro
ply .\I lriLu't (Drndy \' .\ (ouhI 2, 41 5
. Greenwoodet, Grenwoda.t .-.-t-p
Pio or Salne-I, have 1madro.ear
ham'pis word sae forI~ ahe next tw.o(k
week. NI. Was. ro, lanur1n, H. C.
For Sale--Trascr o 'and 90ee a1res,
lirkeJsa le, abut 2l aes h800eavily
wtod e prfte W21'.feGre.Ctn
he. P'erostd $10teresh. 'may se. 1~.
iG. Cummins ryCut t C..-2t
J. T.Gartt,l Gorenwoodand for W.21
farmretI goodvile hoxeutr. 4-5d1gs
Pigs12 ora( .aeI.av 10efre-.ner
Wattpis Mill vae. th r sixweeks
ol an cnrd Iwotwlv w-ieks old.lA orl
too. an. Wast Coss11I), It.frC.
enr give --.Pla, l'(lc drss he bye u
letteser "oe $10ah. T.l' T1 hew
IAuvrtns' jl'0l, S. C. 4-21
Horace L. Bomar
He is loyal to the administration
and can be depended upon to sup
port vigorously every measure nec
essary for victory and the early ter
mination of the war.
He will be everlastingly "on the
job to see that our boys in camp
and at the front are loyally sup
He is opposed to putting "teen
age" boys in the army until after
men up to forty-five are taken.
He is conservative yet aggres
sive. )His character, ability and fi
delity to-duty insure good service
now and qualify him to grapple
with the great problems that will
come with peace.
"A VOTE FOR BOMAR
IS A VOTE FOR
"He is In the Race to Win and Solicits