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!lOW IT IS LION:
lin -f the variou:.A steps
in T;.. \ i t o:l.,li to han
wt 11 111 m ile
r n : t fib n le'tion nihts it
' to I'-, ive- Andl b'road nsi the Ie
-A A. -iith <l allowxalce for'
.:~ odv ty. w v . ;I say that it re-'uires
4d 'nA *erabll' l:an Ain. 'AI'.(I
T . 5 ii IA i i' A rnl lat Tul e ay
nield ~ ~ ~ hilo 4)."an, mr ulinl
NAt A ince 1!.1 haid -vie v OX in the
on~t. hn- r' (eivedI on 4hction night
and1 't a ld a Vi in lI-' t here wereI
2(1 Al mlany box 'A: flor nearly a. many
VYp' A 2s w.-re' iiat ti ls yearl.
-A |f I~ Aril' ill in !!; lndlill"A lX 1 s
l" in il ing tie 1: 11 fo Ima ioll to tle puh
tir. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ < f l :a zh e o at oar"I
I ''d i ) - tAd ! .'op l % til not crowd
. (Af!AA. of cour-w- tll corps of help
r -s '-: I I :11. Au t 1. hind locked door2
a vi 0 ra~n it errupt ion. buit
th-h t':-A ' 1l-!od i adoptf d of giving
-'l rftr llo thll tr1114t thle in t t
t he are Ye'i( I 1%'d and be'folei tI'ey are
n hanelHi'dil in th oflic(. thuis afford
I i th i'-st ild of seirvic(e alld at the
amil tim e- ri'Al ievilg the oil!(C. of con
rSI Itoll. Tho, ca(r CrOwds naturally
go whielro tihe, returns* will be first giv
someo. nww paelr oliCes use -bllbiC-tin
ho -fl -S whre th'1 VotCs are posted.
Other l se ihe. liAroj(-i*illg lantei'll and
nri (In. Th Averti ') us btilh. Thie
iu( till 1C ard is W ('d for Count re
tirni-s. whCre Ii( \-oteis rom11 the various
iCtx.: my h(' exallind at any time.
On the svriee(n ar flashied the totals as
1111(14 r. fromi tim- !o time and also
thebulet! i on) the stata racves as rv
<- Cied fr l cuits ide cities.
ih I fIA-t i-I to be takell in securl
'Ig returns is ill Cillistilig the aid of
frelnds ill brinng 1' or phonn1g tile re
ii roill the different preeilnets. The
tlarty receiving the return1 is at tile tele
phone k111s11(s du1 plicte co:ies of the
letuas as tloy are recelved and the
mom-lit the last figure is recelved one
copy is "shot" to the bulletin board on
the opposite sidei of thle street by
means of the small rope and sliding
atttaeihments stretchled betweenO~f tihe
t wo bui ld inigs. I lere It is read atloud(
-hy someone~fl watitinig to receive It be
for' ItheC other 'Oply ill tile offccleas
gottn lvCery farI. AfterI being 'reatd It
is then I)ostedC for tihose whto coele
Thie Cot her ConyI hals at more'l varledl
(turP'rI. It is first Jpar-sed to theK tabtut
liltOr' wh IlCIist t hi results 01n a large
taltting AhCeet. After the v'ote is
At eridi h t he''A I o?'lriginatl I COPY is
t0a-5sad IConIg to A reprCen'tat ivi. of
Theo (1C 'llo ('Ilhricle, whlo toIhnes to
('lilton wih're) a similar service is he
Inl ! Alv tn. A ftr C'h'ie finishes withi it he
passeCs it iback toC tile linoCtype1 opera1t~tOr
aii (he composinag r'Com who sets It tup
*folr the use of' tile neCwspanelr.
Whien thle night'.-; work is doneW, 011e
set t;f lthe' re'turnIsl remin ls 1osteId on
oth bi se-It CiIIo thle "'di'ad" ho0ok of thle
I lnot y it operatorII.
F'rom timeiC to time totals of tile reO
turn 1 ar Ie made (upt from tile t ablat
ing sheets. From'C11 these slides5 are
mlade~ forl tile projectIig macine andi
thr- totals are flashed 01n thg screen
nex<t to the hullletin board. After stay-.
ing in the lantern long enou~gh for' the
('rowd belo0w to thloroutghly read and
digest tihe figures, thle same slIde is
taken (lut and1( earriedi to the picture
show tImdeneath and the same figures
thro-wn Onl tile screen for the benelfit of
those inslide. Reports are also miade
tup periodically and sent by telegraph
1.o tile daily plapers all over the state.
In returln for this servitce the dlaily
ipapers send( back butlletins to us8 made
up of the totals of our1s and] other coutn
ty papers. In turn these are flashed
on the screen. As the (daily papersA
must wait a considerable time to se
Cure any volume of totals from v.-.
the state it is generally a late hour ibe
fore an appi'eciable .number of votesA
*are repor'ted1 by them.
* There is only one point at whaich itl
Is not nlecessary to make arrangements
in adlvance. '"hat is at the ipoint where
the l/allots ave received at the 'bulle
ni h-opard. froin the telephone in thej1
~ i't ,may be safely counted on
'wen the-little ballot Is Been flOV
gthe cord frota the 'tindow
oward the bulletin board that it Is not
o118 to remain dangling rin the air
'ry long after arrival at its destilia
iIn. it takes no far-seeing vision to
(Iredict that someWole is going to take
t oft' the little hook and that the
rowd will not con.senIt to let it remain
11.4-1id 0r tulinposted. A volunteer is
Iways reauy to take care of this ipat.
I (he ysloml an111 it is- generally sell
()II o1 the crowd will see to it that
f)oibody else taltes the job.
Tie Adver tiser has been fortunate
I nl t 5( licieit hicp int giving its
lecttionl Zervice- and ot course4 lite
:t1t-ndid e l acieved oil electioll
1 i lt, due " this help.
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A 1i OT-: Ni:i:.li)
A i Ti Ad t!-*r views the state
olitical situ.tim, ientimi ent in re
ard to the rilernatorial conteist next
tesday is alretiy practicaly fixed.
haliges troin one cantdidate to .nothelr.
till and far between. Those
-ho Voted for lileaso and dicI~vc'd in
h1. first priiiary will do so again in
lie Aecond wbhle those who voted for
rther eandidamts in the first primary
ad their se-cond chloice already in
nind for the second. \hihII- casting aI
0111 lituentary vote for Laney, ('ole
itian, Canley and DIl)Cant, sole wee
onsciolttsly and somei uineonsciottsly
l wbating with themselves and deciding
n advance for whom and what they
\(kul staitl when t:, real te-st (.amink,.
)ily the most saniin e followers of
Ie liltase hattitr held out hope of
hOR champion wi~nning on tHec first
If the state is to W saveil for law
Ind order and if tihe D)ilocratic party
s to r( iniii uitainted with leltibli
anIisll. sIi olttrs of .\lr. .\lei.eod next
l'uely milst g t the polls them
ves and see it) it that a full (xlres
;ion of thle people of South Carolina is
Tie" Adviriser( has no theory as to
hy so Ialy voteir's failed tio easi their
ha-llts 1.a-t Tuesday, but it is confident
that if a full Vole is east next Tles
(lay, it will be found that a1 rcti llease
majolity does not exist in the state.
Tlhe records of the two candidates
are alaemly known. If a majority of
t hell prefer the former governor as
their. lea'der and champion, we will be
(tonnt. lut if there are others who
are willing to lt the elect ion go by dc
fault without tahing the trouble to
vole, we think they will <h5(lrve se
Vel0 e, ilstltr .
Ove'-cofidenice has lost mally a hIt
I le and it Itlay lose this lone. Tli Ima
jority against Illeae in the first pri
may was larger this year than ever
be 'oro, lit a large' vote was Ua1 t and
we believe that the second eletion re
turils will show that there was a larg
to ilease vote among the eliininated
Candiit11ites this year than has ever
ber the cas! ince BIlease irst ran for
govwjnor. Thuse votes will go bak to
JI3ieitae in the second primary. While
there may not be enough of them ito
Imak1 a majority, still It will prove at
Inenia(ing number and new votes will
be needed to make a '.\MeiIvod victory I
Tlhe issue wvill bei decidetd hy the en
thutsiaism and fidelity shiownl by thec
suppilorters5 of the two candidalltes. It
will be neceissary to v'ote to wit.
l*-:ledtion returnills will be shown at
Pr'incess Th'leatire nex11ti Tusty nighit.
.\Iso .1 ack 114)11 and liebe D anielis In
"Northm or the -lio Grande"'.
Ciiago, Sepmi. 5.- -With the govern
1m1nt 's ia il strike injunlctionl uii tNIj
rl ly conldemn ited by uiti on leadersi' int
Isao DilO ay miessages yesterdlay, i
grow inig (lit of*I iarreStS for' iallegedi
violatIons of the .wit, occuipied the
ieregr'oundii of thle !pitire of thle naii
The an nual holiday brought a htill
nI111 rai l stike developments .
Whiile soime labor dayV oratorsi- were
~agtiousH in their references to the
njunactIon, other union01 letaders ap
peayhing as speakers5 followed Samuel
3oumper's, presidenit of Ihe American
'edeiration or Labor, in attacking
he restraining ordelr.
Meaking' at Philadeilhia, Mrt. (Gorn
ucers reiterated his charges that the
njuinction wasi a lolation of the
sonistitutiton and the lawvs of the landl.
Members of the executive council
)f the American Federation of Labor
yore gathering at Atlantic City today.
At this conference (Mr. (lompers said
IC would place before the committee
equtesits from variouts labor organiza
inna for a general strike call.
While tunion leaders were iberating
lie Daugherfy injunction, othler spealk
rb; dlealt with the indutstrial sittuation
n another light. Notable examplles
..63Z V,'cr' tihe .: '+"'"3 of Secre
ary of Labor D~avis at .dIoose Heart,
I1., an-1 lIdwardl J. flrundage, ator
.c;j:.~1 if '1nois, t. a gathering
f Chicago republicans.
Seeretary D~avi' dlecla red "no gib
et can -b)e built too high for those
who executd such dlastard(ly dleeds as8
he deliberate wrecking of a ti'ain at
lary," A way would be found, he
aid, to settle ind31Strinl disputes
successfully resisted attempts to h(
low( r wages and a continuation of w
high wage levels would bring Pros- w
Despite the general - quietude of w
Labor Day the holiday period was not gi
without its contributions to the grow- at
Ing list of outbrealks incident to the at
railway shopmen's strike. 1)
At Ardmore, Okla., inspectoi's Were Ca
investigating what Santa Fe railroa(d
oflicials said was an attempt to wreck I
a passenger train bound from Kansas di
City to Galveston. The engineer re- If
1-orted Ie foundl an open switch with h;
the signal lights brokenl oft. Iml
Nineteen freight ears were burned a.
inl tle yards of the Great Northern h<
SystI m at (reat Falls, Montana. II
iht loin dred ears were endan- Il
"cered 1y ithe blaze which broke out fek
.si:::ilt.in eo'ly in five different places. t!
l'armr e xtiniuiislhed a blaze which ili
d nlae ( I ~St. Ltuis t-San Francisco
railway hridge at Itengal. Okla.
Two ilen were arrested at C( ynthI
ana. Ky.. charged with attempting to p:
wreck a ILouisville and Nashville Pl
pa ssen ger train last Saturday. til
Otli'- arrests included that of John
A, Steekiu-m. acting chairman of the
shop crafts federation at Needles,
Calif., and of Jacob Cohen, editor and *
pubIislier of the Labor Review at Mem
phis 'Tenni., charged With violating
11vclaring the shopmen's strike had 1
been lost so Iarl as tle Central of
eorgia railroad is colice in ed, W. A. y
\'inblurn, president of the road, ad
vised -the strilers to find some kind
of work to protect their families. u
TARHIFF. HOLDS0 RIGHIT OF 0
WAY OViRi TilE BONUS
Washington, Sept. 5.---Hy a Vote of
-, to 3. iAmtUe and iolise conferees .:
ifIsed today to sidetrack tle admiln- 0
istri'ation tariff bill for the soldiers'
thouus measure. h
Senator .AeCuiber, North Dakota, N
Reptiblican, and Simmons, North
Carolina, and Walsh, Massachusetts,
Democrats, Voted to take tup) the bo
ntis imIlliediately but opposing them I
were Senators Smoot, Utal, RepuIbli
canl, and lIepreseitatives ' Fordnhey,
M\ icligain, Longwortl, Ohio, and a
G reeI, Io wa. lepulelCns, and Gar- o
ier, Texas, DI eIocrat. Senator '.le- h
.11,eant, Connecticut, Repmblican, andj
I tIr)IseIItat I ive Collier, Democrat,
.\lissistpi, the other twoconferees
Today's meetlig was tile ilrst to
which the Democratic conferees had hi
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POLITICAL ANNOUNCiEMENTS' A
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I liereby announce myself as a can- ih
dIdat for 10 tle Ilotuse of Representa- J
tives from iaurens coulity and ptle(lge L1
myself to abide by ilte rules of the o
Democratic primary. A
J. 0. BARNEITT.
I hereby announce myself a candi- L
date for the House of Ropresentatives It
from iLau renis cointty and1(i pledge my TI
self to abide by the result of the Dem
JAM'1S L. U3ROWNING.
I hiereby announce myself for re- g
(lect Ion as~ Cotunty Commilssione'r of a
Laurents county, and pledge myself to S
abide by the ruiles and regulations of
lie D~emocra:tic primariy, b
I hereby annotunce myself foi' ri- 0
elect ion as Cotunty Commissioner of 0
L~aureins county and lpledge myself to t
abide~l by the ruiles and iregu lat ins of tI
the D~emocratic pr'imary.
A. B. libA~l0LY'. ci
For Suipi. of Edncntioni C
I h Iereby annotince myself a candi
date for the ofilce of Supileitndent
of l'sducation1 of Laurens coutnty and l
jiledge myself to abide by the irules of
lhe D emocriatic prima ry.
I hereby announce myself a candi--C
date for Superintendent of Fdttcation
of Laurenstt county' atnd pledge myself
to abido by the rules and regulations
of' the D~emocr'atic 'primary.
(Miss) KATT[0 V. WOFF'ORD.
1 Ford Coupe, newy g
,tires, excellent co- U
dition, 1921 modell, ~
1 Dodge Touring Ca,
vnl ilivited silce work on the tariff
as begun two vecks ago. They
L re excluded after the vote and the
publicals went ahea(i with the re
riting o the tariff bill. Good pro
css in that direction was reported
d Chatiman lMeCitmber, of the Sen
e managers, believed the task would
finisled by the end of this week oi
rly inl the niext week.
Chairianl Fordney, of the .llouse
aInagers led the opposition to iile
ate col siderationi, of the bonus bill.
. argted that the tariff already
Ad been nearly three years ill the
aking and that it should not he laid
ide. ['rging q(ulick action on the
mus. Chairman .lc'niber argued
at anl agreement oi this ieaslle
'Obably col]d be reached within a
w hours and caied aliiention . that
c bonis legislation had been pend
g a year longer than tihe tariff.
It is ilich easier to wilsh a greasy
mi if you heat it slightly before ap
ying soap and water. This loosens
(ollard P11l1t For \S' e-2oe per
M. T. 13. Sulerel, ultrens. S-It
For Malt'-Several Inow buggies.
'ill trade for good resh cows r. for
ord cars. T. B. Skilmerel, Laurens.
Used ('ars Cheap-We h ve peveral
ied cars we offer very ell I, Over
n(d m1odels S-5-1, 90 alnd 85-6. Sum)
'el Motor Co. S-1t
Plionographs For Tr ade-We have
'v(ral new p0hopographis left over,
ahoga ny cabinet \sizy, from $50.00 to
41.00. Will sell \.lfeap or trade for
he-r things. T. . 'Sumeurel, L'au-I
For Relt-:1 up-stairs . oms with
ill and bath. for light h<fisekeeping.
rs. George Young, phone 250. S-It-p
Wantei-T1wo table boardors. An
welleit roomn and garagec .l ie se
r11(d within a two iniilute. *walk of
iy home. Apply Mrs. Jno. Childress.
ast '.\lain street. -I t-pd
Notlce-i will be ill the ma11 Ret for
Af toll seed at Laurens, beginning
ept. 1Ith. I will also kiep l1 hand
1) l)ply of imeal and huis for sale
r exchange at all times. Prices the
st, qiality the best, satisfaction
uiaranteed. .1. Paul Finle.m, Laurens.
Wood Wilited-100 cords'of good
'ood. Lauirens Oil Mill. 7-3t
Notlee-I will be inl Laillncl StuI(dio
1i day Friday and Satilrda.l- until
1). mll. H. Nicholls. , -.5t-(
For Rent-Three roomis for light
Oulsekee11g, fu'irnished or ui nfunin ish
1. "A. B.", care Advertiser. 7-21-e
Musie PIills desired by a graduate
k pIano of Randolph-Macon Woiaiin's
ollege. Anyone Interested apply to
rs. F. W. Charpman, 057 South Tlar
er St. f;-5t-pd(
Monev to Loan1-,Loans on farmis and
ty property negotiate(d. Applications
aindled with -the First Carolinas
:int Stock Land Bank, the Fedet al
and Bank, insurance coipaiies and
ther sources. Apply to Dial & Todd,
ttorneys, Laurens. 5-13
3loney to Loan-The Planters N. F.
A. is now receiving applications for
4anis on farm lands. Apply to A. C.
odd. Secy-Treas. 5-13t
Wood Wanted-I-00 cords of' good
'ood. Laurens OIl Mill. 7-3t
See our Special P'rlces on phloto
raph's and1( pictllire fratpcs Fridays
nd Saturdays. Call before 2 1p. m1. 01n
atuirdayii. HI. Nicholls. 7-5t-pd
flood Tiresz-Checap at Counts' Sta
Oovernmnent Wagons-For Sale, or
tfered In exchange for coin, oats, hay
r lumber. Wagons In goodl condl
on. Dixle Ice and Fuel Co., Clin
Ilimi Repair Parts-F'or all makes of
tra5. Rim bolts, wedges andl~ clampsl).
Ity VulcanizIng Station. 40O-tf
Money to lonnl ona impjroved farm
ud at 7 1-2 iper cent. IT. S. black
cli, Attorney-at--Law. 42-tf
.Moniey to Loan11-On impr)oved farm
r(d cIty propecrty for a per1iodl of years
sevein Per' cent interest. BOmlar,
shorne. & Tro'n~, Attorneys, Spar
mhur)11g, S. C. 34-tf
ately available at six per ceint. In
trlances ('om1pailes, Joint Stock Land
atnk, 'Feddrial Land( Bank and other
)trL'es. Apply to Simlpsonl, Coo;:er
Bbb11, 'Attornieys, 4-tt
Wro J14ent-,l1ourl h1orse4 farm. Ap~ply
F'or Rent-1 store i'oom for rent, 011
Ie nor'th sidhe of the square, 1 main
aor', upstairs and( biasenment. Metal
Bilngt. !LocatIon best in Laurer~s.
cc l. E. .1ur'ns at J. C. hUtrs & Co.
aur tens.. 2-tf
lianr"ing tnd TI'ena--flu" our seetedl
tecond hand machinery re-rolled bag
Ing and ties. All prIces and grades
itaranteed. Phone 380 our expense.
.S. Bagging Co., Greenville, S. C.
All Work Guaranteed
LAURENS; S. C.
Dr. T. L. Timmneriman
Laurens Sotuth Car'olinta
Horse Is Preferable Anyway.
Evelyn is only four but her parents
tdllit she Is "real smart." Recently
lier grandhnother tried to teach her to
saf "danke schoen." Evelyn inade a
good effort with her American tongue
1mud managed this: "Donkey chain." A
Few days later ai occasion arose to
t the expressioln. Evelyn hesitated
[ few auonments and then gave this
rather free rendering of the original
German: "1lorse chain."
Worth Striving For.
There Is always in every neighbor.
mood some one man that everybody
ooks up to and patterns after. Aro
'ou that man in your own neck of the
voods? You may be.-Farn Life.
FREE AIR A
I wish to annoi
bought G. D.
under the name
Of course, those wh
those who are pas
must be respected ai
But, YOUTH is va
things, too. He is t
This bank has a gree
fact, all business dei
We want his accoun
rien in our organize
*and elder men to fu
apce,, Youth's rhione:
and enjoy a
J. J. ADAMS, Pre,
A New Version.
A ludicrous (distortion of Scripture
occurred Iot long Igo In till EIglish
school wheni a small pupil wrote of
the hlitarisees: "The l'areses were a
ietill, mPaisly lot. One (lay one of
theill gave our Lordi a petiny and our
Lortd held It out III his hand and looked
at it wihi scorn "nd said. "Whose sut
scriptilon i1 this?"
Little Roger was being takep by hi.
parents for a ride in their new notet
car. As lie looked out on the less for.
tunate people compelled to walk, he
remarked, "Mother, ain't you glad we's
Oil and Greases
mce that I have
Allen's shoe re
and w ill run it
of Shoe Hospi
ii Bank Building
a have passed down and
sing cdown life's highway
id their work considered.
ith us and he is doing
he man of tomorrow.
it interest in Youth. , in
Jends upen :-outh, more
t with us, for with young
.tion to furnish actlyity,
e'nish experience and bar
p here has a great advar
3EO. H. BLE Y, Ca ber