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CONVENTION NA31M S
GiAE FOt MAYOR
Democratic Body Acts in Charleston.
.Hyde Faction Silent.
Charleston, 'Nov. 20.-At a meeting
of the city Democratic convention to
night, at which an agreed "roll ,call"
vote of 160 Grace delegates and 121
Hyde delegates prevailed on all u1(es
tions before the meeting, .loln 'P.
(;race was declared the convention
mayoralty nominee of the city DCmo
cratic party, to be Considered the
party nominee in case the city Demo
cratic executive committee, at its
meeting next Tuesday, is uinable to
.legally aseertain Ithe mayoralty noni
nice of the primary of August 19. No
nomination for mayor was offered the
convention by the Ilyde fact ionl to
iiglit I. as that faction refused to ad
imlit that tile convention had anly right
to make such a nomination.
The meeting lasted about 25 min
utes. Mr. Cosgrove. spokesailan for the
Grace faction, offered an amendment
to the constitution to -the effect that
the coIvlntion and 11( executI ive commit
tee hav: the 'power to noiina te to lill
any vacancies ill nominations of call
didates arsiniug from failure of the
primary to nam1e Such candidates. iMlr.
G rimball offered a substitutte motioll
providinhg that the convention had no
lpowter I to lomililate party canididates
and should adjlurn sineo die. The sub
at111te m1(otion was tabled. .\'I. Cos
groves moion was theln pased by
ag-reed vole. following" which .\r. Cos
grove movedtlI that tIle conveltion 1nom1
ilate a caldidafe for mayor, his mo
tioll otullililg the existing situationi,
an11d providing that n1o actim of the
conventIn "Iut a nonilinaoimon hOind
t'he comittee. shoald t iw xeclitive
i nulittee hi. 11 able to arrive !1 a b'gal
ascerta inlnent of thw prilnary inmince.
\Ir. trimball 'Ifored his previous suh
sti i t1 e motion wts a iliat er ()f record.
It was called and 'Mr. CosgIroves Ilo
Nominations wre then allIed tfor
and .\lr. Cosgrove lnminattd .ohn l'.
Grace as the conlvtltio'lsl mtiayoraltly
candidate. No other nomin atins were
offered and .\It. Grace was I dilly de
Clared nominated by the convention,
Which then took retCss. 'T'le tliv
move will he by the xecutive commil
tee at its 8 etl int'' iex t TIisday 'vtnl
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* ,ONI:s NI-:WS.
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Jones, Nov-. 22.--.\lessrs. 0. D. Gun
ter and Willii Ilodges have opiled(
a mea t uliarket.
Ir, Douglas Smithi of Spartanburg
is visiting W. If. and ,J. A. liill.
We are indebted to AI r. Wistar
Cooper for some Iice pork saisage and
We extelid congratulations to Alr.
W. S. Rnight. and .\lrs. Tollison of
Andersotn who wete' married oil thie
At a sial meeting of thle War
Shoals alasonic lodge on Tuesday
night the '.\. .\. de(gree'( was conferrled
lport and liney O'Shiieldis.
.Mlrs. Dr~i. W. T1. .101nes an 111soil
Fr'ank and( granldson, .l as. G;rahaml, at
tendedI Conifterec'e at ltl Grewod.
Roy I lodges recently killid two wil
geese at 0one shot.
Alri. lien ry D a venpor0 t is enlaigini1
Thei appol)inimen111t. of .\ir. .\ac 1Koo1
as 1po i'lceanl at -Ware SlioalIs, meet:
.1 ldge Mlai tison anid Ohllit'l' Illison at
ten1dedl thie r'ct'I court11 at Lauren 11
witntesse's in the \'aughin and~ 111uz
hardt lanld ease.
l~veret t Trussell(1 of th l' . S. arim;
is visitIing1 I his 'arienlts, .\l. and .\ilrs
Alr .Iohni Allen of .NotiI Carol ina'
but foi'mei'ly of thIiis lin' ,reenti
Pa5ssed awiay an w11 ~as lburie1 in Turn ke:
C reek CeeflCter*y. ltev. FIranik L. lHrami
lett condutcted thle funial iln tile pres(
eneeC of sot'iowing rela Ivks and friendy
WVe tenderl'y sympilathize 'with the be
.\l i. Pet '.\oore recet~ntl y sold :t hal1e(
(of (cotton thait amount111ed to( xi $3.t0,.
We recenltly met te followii
friends: Trhos. C2olenman, of .\lontville
JIack 'lonroe of P'riniepton, Josep)
Lake, of ;Phoenix, Dr, Willie Dodsot
of Gr'eenville; PresCtton Smiithl and(1
T. D~avis, of iDonalds.
misfortunme tQg haive is hland mlangle'
in a corn shiredder' at 'Mlr. J. 'T. Ash
Stipervisor 'Nat ts, of Laurens, wa
hiere recentyl 1nspetctinig the roads5 an
brlidge's andtl we hiope lie will ha v
them put1 inI goodi cond1it ion r'ighit awaya
The friends of Rev. .1. T1. Strieklanl
cordl ially w(eome him up i lon his re
Iurn1 t) the PrIincetonl 'ir'('uit.
All leron ar15 11e hrebiy warnedl un
dier itenalty (If the la~w, agaInst 1hunt1
lng or in ally ways Iir- "'a'sing oil otu
HOME DEMONSTRATION *
By Miss Daisy E. Harris. *
Canning of Pork.
Now is the time to put in an order
for a steam pressure canner if you
wish to secure a canner in time to can
part of your hogs when you kill them.
A convenient size canner t'an be se
cured from the American Canning
Corporation, Atlanta, Ga., for $12.00.
Tilis is not an aluminum canner. An
aluminum steam pressure canner will
cost you from $25.00 to $30.00. You
will find a steam pressure canner use
ful not only for canning of meats,
and vegetables but also for cooking
hams, steam iing puddings. fruit cakes,
etc. ''he hloulsekeelipers that are using
the canners say they would not he
without one for anytlhing. It is such
a satisfactory and restful feeling to
know that you hake inl your pantry
pleity of canned meats, etc.. and that
a diinner can qoiIckly and easily he
prepa red on short nuolice, Several
housekeieprs in the count ry have al
ready caitned a supply of heef.
I shall he glad to demonstrate my
sleam tressu I cannr to anyone dle
siring to see tihemu. 1'lease Write Ime it
you wish alny frthi iter information inl
r'ega'd to st0,m1 pIrSSure Icannr.
Till -RED BALL
0 01 ni- has oni
rr, S o Aig h e
It is air-,
n "' no
MADE BY FAltMERS In
Opposition to Universal Military Dcce
Training. Aiend Farm Loan Act, acco,
M1emphis, Nov. 20.-The Farmers' ecutit
Educational and Cooperativc union of I
America at the closing session of its of Pl
annual convention here today went on will
record as opposed to universal milli- ....
tary training, urged that the federal
farm loan act be amended to permilt
loans to farmers who- do not own land
as well as to land owners, and pro
posed that only a practical working
farimer be appointed to the office of
seCretary of agriculture.
Girls! Have a mass of long,
thick, gleamy hair
b ":1ave your hairand
double,1 it, beaty. Vonl can ha.v(e lotS
f lon:, thick. sio g u t s ha.r
ioll't If- it stay lifeles,. thin. serag
,I% ' ing. ii bhIack its color,
4b-1 a :.-vent bottle oI' < ieli1h'ul
1)anldclint." at, anly ruor toilet!
coni y 10) 11y11o r s check,
1thu trui iIid falling lair. You r 111hir
nel t his stnua ig o ic. 1hen its;
lifo, colo., bihn ' 111d abun0dance(
1co-Light engino is the valve-i
I in the best and most powerft
ad in hundreds of thousands c
cooled-runs on kerosene in a1
V one place to oil and. has a si
in place of carburetor.
rage battery is exclusively des
Delco- Light with thick plates,
parators and many improven
Ice notice that on the 3rd day of
mber, 1919, ' will render a final
int of my acts and doings as Eox
r-of the estate of Mrs. Ellie Ow
leceased, in the office of the Judge
robate of Laurens county, at 11
ek, a. im. and on the same day
apply for a final discharge from
This Picture is so ut
its story. It's enou
suspense and drama
first to last. Don't
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ii airplane stage and
>f automo- of three a
usage by 7
ly climato You wi
rnple MIX- rLnunity.la
Enpiemix- Light plan~
igned and and labor
wood and tasks. It
ients that the tipme it
Of the ii
is a complete electric llit a
rms, courntry homes, schools,
stores and small towns.
e OMP A NY. Makrms
my trust as Executor.
Any person indebted to said estate
Is notified and required to make pay
ment on that date; and all persons
having claims against said estate will
present theni on or before said date,
duly proven or be forever barred.
Oct. 29, 1919.-15-5t-A z
LL FOR THANKSC
iful MARY MACLARE
ECT GEM OF A PHOl
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