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IaUltENS, S. (., 1 A Y 31, 19116.
The suggestion made by Mr. N. 13.
Dial that he and Senator Mc Laurin
hold a joint. meeting III each of the
congressional districts of the state
for the purpose of discussing the state
Warehouse ought to meet with the
hearty approval of .i r. Mei.-aurin, who
has expressed a desire to have the
wa0rehouse system fully explained he
fore the people. This is a commllion
senise suggest ion ot .\r. i al's and1( ('ar
ioryig it out only hinges 1potn the con
sent of Mr. Ml'aurin. It 1k hardly to
be expected that any county clhairman
would refinse to (all a mueeting for a
diseussion of this imiporta nt quiestion.
11t in case any of them iho111(1 tefise,
;1ir. .le1aurin and Mr. Dial could call
their own"11 meeting. ''ler'e is nothing
) ow to p'eventI the <qutestion frotm be
ig fully aired. Will .ir. Melunurit
take tip the gauntlet?
It. Is said thAt in the la.st three de
e::des at IlIarvarl tiniversity no man
Who used toba uo ha0 ; lead the grad
uating class, while 51 p'r (ce t of the
sIltulents of the 113niversiy use tI 4(ac(c
ill some folm. if these figures ar1e
eut reet, alnd they comle fra)1it reliable
.uni1e I teil'.' 4a o It a il' aong c i she
against tohactti. Very few user; of
i.)nac o \will denly that. smokling i.s in
ii;: i44u( s 't) tih heallht. es 'elat lly the
(vius :yste:a. anil all of I:ei w ill
u;.'.*' Is t ila ' e pr :ite c".lSes a waiste
of m1:uch(1 tin'. Iike wiliske'y drinkinl: .
c e.I. 14) I~t :t rte u '.' t-\ it h"
111:4' 1lsille:.1 hliouses 11nd is taken ill
.-i1:, ('4 11 441 l t: tt 10)11 h' l 11 j0)S:
ii s trl . 1 1 led. 'I i, ."I : ' 1 ':i
're.: i n i4l it. e is : 1 Ieai l II In r t1 (41
1 hai lt h of th. In:iiion hill ho' thi 4
mI'n a e i l'oi' s,1 :1 l'In .itderatilo I nl ae l
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.''h I t he iw et lint' o the
<'I 1 I ! :.:,1) , l6 1 11 1 ' 4' I "::1 ((1
Iai'hte in C o:t the mn(it 11 il:1 tinan
::a af11' f:1 i:'s. patelicui la'rly in the wiy
of coe. Iii 14 old . 1 u'i'ints a1 1n1 saxes.
This is disag:reeable work hat' ihe
eninc it has undicetakenl and should
(:l f'or1 11 the .11 pport and c om I4nenda
tion of those who be'lieve InI impar
ti:)lity n the < o:!a t of the city's gut'
el'inmet'4l(t . It c. 1 44'ht to he hon 1 in'( t
aind by those ho would fall out with
Se ('4teI'ltn ihn11 n f4 o1 in (t5 1 'their (tily',
thant tIs is i s1111 ai tllt w1 i1d
t - h it li y t4tO1V1W ~ h e '[h a('lui'n hit
.u '' ('I 1(4 l :il givn I:.-hi: mn hl 1)"
ti i 'll in llis niah)l't'3 theruoun"' l In
wtrIngsu n th foloIn d'in tpe ofito
Weplr < aO In alver nenmviale pri0
l811 io fon n)O. Tai' nwn ravih-g ;lo
xarry t i rinfopl aa~W nfot
1)rr- eul loverrlnt. T. teyor exp't h
po'.\lon I th \ il) 'l.TaldtatI
"as hae o ut t 1:':e1 li -li(I. r aglitt~
Acoprii to0k.1 a itel maowit'eof thl
N41'(w ''e Reople1' lcandtigd. stn
Nowea-n gsrea ofa sw101 sarcmet
vo e ls (' diroa r o f11( tile law, .\tti't
lu e Cmi onin thefome and e'"od
It s the pats431t e, atr is no1g ne1ed
(1if1 11131r tl'in I ah r 111 nto hcawll ah::vt
he above Inlis a otetact fro au'
conthineI 10Itew ahThbovembae
141rloted to gbe Iven 1 inColumbia byl
fmthe Record. I anyt corresplondet
a clen fr newsaper mven fai vingse Its
whcolto'la theyrifomn were Wnte cane
oste one s pIntervwiew andothar
own kith and kin were gathered,
whore life-long friends composed a
large part of the audience and where
his strength cannot possibly be doubt
ed, it is time to issue a warning. News
paper "influence" may or may not be
waning, but when the news columns
of the papers are allowed to be used
to further the interests of ambitious
candidates it can well be foreseen
what may become of them. It is time
to call a halt.
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* MADDEN NEWS. *
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Madden, May 29.-Farmners are busy
these days harvesting grain and farm
work will rush from now on, now that
we have had su'h a splendid season.
Children's Day as usual was a suc
cess and was attended and enjoyed by
a large crowd. It is hard to particu
larize when all (lid so well but the
singing by the trio of little girls, Miss
es Nell Mladden, soprano, Winona Mar
tin, alto, and Mattie Site W\'olford, tenor
was greatly entjoyed and comuplimtent
ed. Also the solos by little Annette
('ulbertson and llenry 1ladden and
recitation by little Ethel Bolt are
worthy of mention.
Mr. Paul Finley of Anderson and
\lessrs Carroll and Bu tb Martin of
Greenville, were guests of their grand
parents, Mr. and Mlrs. .1. I. Finley.
Miesdamies \'enie Maladden and Flor
ence Turner were guests recently of
Mrs. Cora Madden and were pleasant
visitors at ('hildren's Day where they
were greeted by old friends. Though
now residents of ('ross 1ill, they love
to visit their old home here.
lev. .1. A. Martin illled his regular
appointinent at Prospect Suniiday and
preached to a large congregation from
the text, "h'liy Kingdomi come".
('aldidates were wiith us a plenty
Sattrday and each had on his muost
eln;gaging smile- -with the fon(1 and
h(.ning hiope that after .\ugust their
face would be the one witih thile snile
(iatl wouldn't come oifl!
Re.vs, llaggott of Gray ('court. Co\"
il'.gtll of \'aerloo ad .\ldajor of I.au
r'i 11, were' \ i:;it;ng tultiiters w\honi1
e were glad to have wit uis aur
Ah -r ll T-rr, iap~th T1erry\ and
: e \issrs II e s .Mr. andl .\ A...\
l'one r and .\liss l.uilic were grceting
! itinds a ( hildI( in's I>iy.
. :'. . I Al iin I-'tIts raine' hiownl fromt
<la liilhi to litt~i w'ith rhiviii l es
aInd fr'iends Sauurday and whlel here
as the p!aeSli ofMir. and .\Its. Thad
l i. \i rs. lItheti trawford. Mrs.
-Joe . lo1to and .\lrs. Mollie Brock
(alsi uip in Iheir car Saturday for
('lhildren's Day aind mnlIy Were glad
to have t110111 with us. Also .lrs. Dr.
M.\oseley and children mtored ove r
from t'loss K'ys to be with house fol ks
One of the faces we missed ill ite
crowd Saturday was that of oIu' fa
tiwr's old friend, 1)i. A. C. IFuller of
irility-Riige. IlIe has always 1.2tn
With us a1 he was Mnissed and in
*r. t ;u l .\ IS. I It.- Ile t and1 21( 1)12lly
ived inl lin 222 o2 grlest 2)ld frienlds ait
I'ri.suic Sl.day. Thiy will visit
'2w.re awih.- 22t b or lit' urning hom( e.I l
Ihad i (n bi w\eln Flida2(( and2 hiere
.\lt. lions l'owerls. and2( <hiu1gh2ter
were'2( 1et ut. guelts of .\ir. .lohn l'ow..
('r5 and2 famllily.
.\l isseis Or-a I'owers and1( .\l yra \\'of
1ford from2 here ICwere amlionig 2the grad2
unto22s at. the battrenis high schlool Fri
Tihe ladi es 0of the 02 comiitly desirec
to thlank i the( oneOs whol wor0lked1 in tihe
stan Satu ~2 lrdaiy. Thi12s is a strenuous0(2
day's wiork for aniy one. Messrs .J.
ii. l'o wer' and D)ouglas 1rysoni not1 01n
I y gatve their11 lab~or 1bu2t furn'ished~
.te'amis for' halinlg and this, dlesplite the
fact that2 farm work was pushing.
There(foreC they dleserve double thanks.
Me.s1rs Hailey and iiludgens wee the
other' two raithiful onies. Thanks, gen
Andl niow here's a1 bit of news that
will be read with gleat interest. P'lans
ar'e now beinig discus~sed to have an
01ld folks childrien's day ini which all
the onies who took par't In the first
child renl's (lay wvillI be thle elidr eni. Dlr.
(. W. Cunininghami who wvill be0 2n al
Vlii to hom1021efolks wzas the mm whlo
welcomedi thie aud(ienice on that memi
orabie o(ccasioni and1 will doubt1)1less d1o
5o againi. AMiss Carrie Laingston who
deli1ghted miany with her' sweet alto
.Satur22day whenlci shie andii Mr's. Mart In
sanlg a (duct, says sheis an ~lxious to
have a speechi. "Aunt21 Ka2te" and~ Aunlt
Helb wvill lhe in evIdeC.O Full1 parlt 1e2
lars will be announced2 la~ 1iter. He 01n
the look-out for samie.
Mr'. andl M~rs. WViss Martin who have
been living in Laurens for the past
fewv years have moved back to theIr
farm neat' hero where they are cor
dhially welcomied back home.
Mrs. J. A. Woffordl leaves Monday
mornhing for Rlock THul where she goes
toe see her dlaulghier, Miss Kate, grad
FOUR IIOLESI PICNIC
Laurens Candidate Makes Fine Ad.
dress at Annuvl Celebration of
Orangeburg, May 18.-The big an
nual picnic held during the com
mencement exercises 'of the Four
Holes graded school, was held today
and featured by an address delivered
by Robert A.. Cooper of Laurens. The
attendance was exceedingly large,
People from all sections of Orange
burg and adjoining counties were
present. 'I he address of Mr. Cooper
was exceptionally fine and an appro
priate talk for such an occasion. This
was the first address delivered in
the Four Holes section of Orange
burg by Mr. Cooper and he drew a
Probably no school in South Caro
lina has made more progress in the
past few years than Four Holes
school has. The people of that com
cunity are wide awako along educa
tional and agricultural lilies and mag
nifleent showings are being made.
The class (lay exercises were held
this morning and were interesting.
The exercises were opened with a
song by the school. C. D. 1lydrick
offered a prayer.. The salutatorian
was Aubrey Shuler. Otis Ulmer read
the class history. The class will was
read by Shuler Ilungerpiller. Cor
nelus St roman delivered the vale
I)uring the exercises appropriate
muds was rendered by teachers and
pupils. An interesting selection was
sung by Aubrey Shuler, Otis Ulimer,
Shuler Ilungerpillcr and C'ornelins
St roman, all of the tenth grade.
The exercises were presided over
by .\l. M. 11iddle, a prominent citi;:en
of that section of Orangeburg county.
who introduced it. .\. Cooper, the ora
tor for the occasion. T. .1. Bolin of
Neeses. candidate for railroad cott
mtissioner. was on the program for an
address. but was tnavoilably hilindered
from being present.
The usual ouir Iloles dinner va:s
served at this pieniei.
IIIli.y t(I IIsteeled Yount ' .1a1n of'
Youtis Tonn shil Passes to Iiis lie
r11 entire conununiy. leasantt
.l oiund, was saddened Siuniday inornl
iug by the untimely dealth of Gcorge
'Tthomas tittle, aged thirty-two yeals.
For a period of nino years .lr. Little
had been in had heaih, but had been
gradually growing worse for the past
six month.s. A week ago there was a
decided change for the worse in his
condition wilich culminated in birain
Since) hoyhood ir. ILitlIe had been
a member of iethany Presbyterian
(lihurch01, where his body was interred
late Sunday afternoon. lie was ant
excellent young man. All his dealings
with his fellow tian were character
ized by courtesy, honesty and a gener
ous consideration. 'T'hese qtualiti es to
gether "ith a genial personality ret
dcred himt belo(ved both by, those de
iieten upon hitin anti by all whlo kniew
the1)5 patflie years, ili, thtrotlih lI
all he ha )owl ll u im al..
'lrt.I L tIle was ihe soni of Thios. .1.
andI 'Islza Craig .ittle and is survived
by I wo brihler's, .\lrc. Williamt P. i t
tie, of l.anford , M\t. .\rthur baittlec of
('liton, anid .iiss A\nnie Lou l.ittle, of
Ol)lice Cd '(omtollletr of the( (*) ttrenicy.
Washiigton, D). ('., .\lay 2t, l1916.
Wil Ilil'MAS, by satilsfactor'y evidlence
presenitedl to thle undi~ersignedl It has
beeni made to a ppeart that "'The VAlt.\M
E11S, NATION..\ b fANK"' in the CITY
of LAURIENS, in thte county of LAt'
R I'NS, and State or SOi'ii CARO
LIlNA, has comp1) ll with all the pr'o
visions of the Statutes of the Unitedl
States, recquired to lbe complied with
befor'e an aissoclationi shall lbe author
ized to commuence the business of
NOW TlI IThORI~ I, L JOHIN S.K IC'1
TrON WILLiAMS, Comiptroller of the
Currone". (10 hereby certify' that
"THEl' FAR1MERS NATIONAl flANK"
in the ''ITY of LAUIRENS, in the coun
ty13 of LAURMENS and State of SOUTh I
CAlRObl NA. is ant horized to comn
metnee thle business of hlankinug as pro
Ivided~ in Sction Fltfty-one htundrtedl
and sixty-nine of the Revised Statutes
of the U'ni ted States,
CONVERtSION of the Farmners flank,
Laurens. S. C.
IN TI''ST'lIMONY WIIERIEOF witness
10muhand anid Seal of oflice
(5eal) this 26th day of MAY,
JINO. hFKELTION WILLIAMS,
C.omtritoller. of the Currency.
"(Chamtlailn's Tabhletit Have Dotne
Wlonders for Me."
"I hove been a sufferer from stonm
achi tr'ouble for a number of year's, and
although I have used a gr'eat number'
of remedi1es recommtended fot' thin
comiplainit, Chamboerlain's Tablets is
the first mledicine that has given mue
piositive and lasting relief," writes
Mrs. Anna K~adin, Spencerport, N. Y.
"Chamberlain's Tablets have done
wonders for me and I value them very
higrhly." Obtainable everywhere.
81 MEMIBER$ GRADUATING CLASS
(Continued from Pogo One.)
gradating class having made the high
est average in scholarship during the
three years of the high school course.
Miss Elizabeth Young and Charles
Thompson received honlorary mention.
To Coy Reid of the 7th grade, was
awarded the rifle for being the best
drilled man In the military company.
In this Frank Armstrong also receiv
ed honorable mention. To 'Miss Caro
line Rankin was awarded the medal
offered by the local chapter of the
.Daughters of the Confedei'acy for the
best extemporaneous essay on some
phase of the Civil war. Miss Gladys
Roper received honorable mention in
The members of the class are as fol
Diploma Flupils=-Harr~y 'McAlister,
Coyle Moore, Charles R. Thompson,
Belle Burns, Blanche C. Fooshe, Fran
ces, Myers, Rebecca .1. Lake, Mattle
Lee Riddle, Virginia Sullivan, Eliza
beth Young; Certificate Pupils-Frank
E. Armstrong, Henry Y. Bennett, R.
Thorn well Dunlap, Thomas R. Easter
by, .ames, L. Fleming, 'Charles M.
Pitts, A. Eugene Power, Truman H.
Roper, W. Pickens Shealy, O. B. Sim
mons, Harry E. Wilkes, Fred Wingo,
Leona Adams, Alpha Bolt, Mary L.
Burns, Maargaret Dial, Kate Ellen
Eichelberger, Caroline Fleming, Leora
Ml. Powers, 'Mary E. Reid, Cecelia L.
Taylor, Irene M. Wallace, Amy R.
Wolff, Myra R. Wofford.
$ SPECIAL NOTICES. $
$ * $ * $ * $ * $ * $ $ *$
For Salc-One Ford touring car at
a bargain. In good condition. Will
sell to highest bidder on salesday,
M.\onday .JIne 5th, if not sold at private
sale I b'fore. For cash or easy terms
w!:.h Lankcalle paper. 'I'. W. Cannady.
l.ot ---es trd(ay afternoon sote
where in the city, a college soeiety ilt
wbh "Curry' 'engraved upon It. Find
er jalea-e leave at ti. oi!!ce and re
1 el xve reward. -!5-it-Pd
For .al;, .lihch cor\ with young
cnlf. .1. Wade Aiderson, Liaurens. S.
For nt----\ good mule, cheap at
I i. V. iaonlson , l.an rens, S. C.
Wan t (cd-Es Ierieneed sa lesmana in
groce1ry :'lre wants ,iob. Good ref'er
I n, e.. ,idr.e.. "Graoery- en The
Adverili.wera. I I- 1 1(1
.0i t l'.eiwoon l('inton and Ora, sil
ver ;l ied (hu) band for I ars''. Find
er Will bi, rewarded by rturning to
I). 'i'riblle & Co., (linton, S. C.
1'or !"alc ---.\ good mil h co w, fresh
i ailk. .1. I.. l'ower, Gray Court. RI.
l'ens--50 bushels good sound speck
led peas for sale, $1.50 iper bushel.
Write or see John C. Satmitt, Waterloo,
S. C. I-i-t-pd
For Sale--Everything in machinery
from a ginning outfit to a condensor
1bil. C. W. .\!c:ravy, With Gibbes Ma
chinery Co. 39-tf
Will cure Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia, Headaches, Cramps, Colic
Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Burns, Old
Sores, Tetter, Ring-Worm, Ec
zema, etc. Antiseptic Anodyne,
used internally or externally. 25c
MO NUMENT S
We hiadle the best ma-n
terials oan the market and are
m0a:nisys glad to mtaake quaotam
tions ona any thing in the mar
bule iand griatite liae.
Fnlline oft undaertalkinig
('nt lowers (on short notice.
D. E. TRIBBLE
Clinton, S. C.
This a a prescription prepared espeelelly
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Five or aix doses will break any case, and
If taken then a a tonoe the Fever wilt not
return, It acts on, the liver better than
Caloamci ., adono gplu orsc...:. 25.
CHICHSESTER S PILLS o otkof Lost Stock.
C ~HESTR [1 hIIN51 Toal whom itmay Concern:
S .4 le 0Mt L Iftidor
Its cho.Icree i otnond dhrdf This Is to certify that I have and
ll. inIe * ato d nelcIcy
Iaxeh. sealed w1 11l o IUIAon. own live s1hnros of stock In 'rho Poo
1 3[tID tRA1)PILS oro te1ssame being original certifl~e
SOLD BY DRUOGGISTS EVERWHERE No. 479 issued July 13, 1907, and that
LAURENS DRIUG STORE, said cortifiacte has been lost or do
____-___- stroycd, and I desire a now certificate
H. S BL K' ELL of stock to be issued to me in place
H. S. BLACK WELL oflsorgal oildttIsal
You are furthernoiidtaIshl
Attorney at Law make a11)icatlon to the said Peoples
Loan and Exchange Bank at its ofll'ce
Prompt attention given to all businost for lsuanco of such now certificate on
money to loan on Real Estate the 13th day of July, 1916.
~Io~yM. R. 1.. PM EN.
Offco Phone 350 Residence Phone Of Dated this 23rd day.of May, 1916.
0We r.. lmons Building 44-t
THE Bs ta
EARLY, L EE BEGAN
NOW +HIE'S THE B. '
ren, sam ben'rgia ertlo t
Young man, if you wish to be YOUR OWN
BOSS, start a bank account Someday a business
opportunity will present itself arid you will have the
money to take it. All big fortunes began that way.
Once you start, things come easier each year. When
you need it, it will be where you can get it to grab a
good business opportunity.
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.
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