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PAY Foil SOLD1EltS
1ills for State Iltuiget. Pl1n and 7
1lonths' scool A tteiilanice in Lower
Columba, .Jatt. 3.-The house gave
considerable debate to.the resolutiott
by Reipresentative ' \M. 1. .lohnson to
memorialize Cougr'e:ss to support 1:'lhe
meas tre propaosing six monibs salary
and the retentioni of their uniforms [or
all soldiers i and sailors. It was co"
tendd( by soie that it would encouri
age loafing and loiterinig among the
negro soldiiers returnint'g. The resolu
tion was tinally a1dtited by a vote of
71 to (I;.
A hill was) introdneed by iepre.sven
tulive .iohnson of Dlorehester to re
tilttire ginnewries to keep sp teand
to) gin (Ind -to deliver to ach person)
his o'wn individual cotton.
Representutive McLautin of ~\Ia'
horo today itrilloduiced a concur1 jrent
2e-soiltion inl the house of represen -
tatives mieiorializing the Souith i ar
olina deleg alioln int Washin1-gIon to
vote for a. law which prohibis the
(aling i) Cot lon for speculal ion in
Mr. Hamblin of 1lnon infroduced a
bill which provides for the appolint
ment of a commission to select a serv
lI m Fehifor soldiers from 1n ion
county. This couity holds the uini(Iple
position of being Immune from the
melective service draft because of tle
ptreipondIe'rance of volun teers. Ilere
being no Much other reord in the
BIG SHOE BILLS
CAN BE CUT
"I wil al way uer \ hV whNi,
Soles," u r . ( u the
1. Nema .\: CoI ii eui . of nis
"Thc :: u t r l (,1 i eoiwu
dura ei. rt n:te of we'lr.
bi; Ipr- ha
ouand e IA w-(* iar <li.lut'rs
that "('I's '1: ed o)t and
absolwe wat ' r profi ( N(eilin
soled shoes fo yo~ur whoile famlliyv.
Thevy avc founid nc::v o. , r-:where and
inl all st yles. w m ~wrn s'hoes re
paired with Necalin1 Saes Thev are
madeby he oodearTire & Rubber
Comyny, :\ron, 'hi, who alomake
Wingeeti bi b guaanteedto (Aut
wear y othu hIrs.
T rade Mari. Icl:. U-. . At. OJ.
Mr. Ilart of York today Introducmed
a hill embodying n State budget plan
Ias recommended by Governor Coo
per. The bill provides a measure
somewhat in duplication oI the Vr
Mr. \leares of F'airfeield county in
trodneed a bill to place all convicts
uInder Ohe' State Denli tentia-ry au1thOH'
teIvs, which would abolish the coumty
chaingang and would create instead
a State road building foroe. A one
mill *levy would be made for main
teIanc of the gang, and auitomItobtle
license fees would be used In building
highways. 'Iach couity would re
c(ive its full apportionment of ser
vive as apportioned Iy the number of
convicts anid the length of the Senl
tiences. The bill also provides (om01
peunsation it a gradiated s(ale of sei
ten c ieduction for exemplary (con
iertesen tative Owens of lIarlboro
tccclay lotointrodted a eompiulsory at
Itei nuhtee bill for a full seven umo tiths
t0erm for children et ween th t at ges of
eIght. and fourteen years. Alr. 1Iart of
York offered an nut eatdineit t to make
compulsory attetniance four full
mtonths. 280 days.
THlE II EV, 111110-E
V' '(E E 1is DEA.)
Beloved P'r( 'er and Civil War VeM
eran Psses Awaiy att at le Old Agre.
lionea Path. Jan. 30.-The Rev.
like 'McGee of 10lnca Path dited yes
tIerday afternoon at tive o'clock and
will be buitIed tomorrow at eleven -
tlirty in the old ('emet ery here. 'Mr.
MlGee 1was one of the active Iilnis'ters
of tite Baptist eiutrh of Anderson
coity for a long time. lie would
have beein eIghty-one years of age had
IEt lived to see his next birth lday. I"h
lie served throughout Ith Civil
War and was severely woiide inl
one of the strentitouis vall paignts of
thost sI i'trenutots days. lie was a
mtemher of the fattois Ort's lenimenti.
lit was a good soldier. lie has been
a grteat sutff e'r for tle past few
years antd colnseqieti ha d not beent
elie it i tw pastorate. 11h wa' otr
daiined to thlie mit ti stry in IG1i9 atid
served sixteen different churches(lit' inl
Abbeville anid Anlder-son counties drIII
iig his ministerial experlence. 11e
was the cierk of the Saludca matist
Association for a uimber of yeais.
latoer being proloted to the oflice of
moderator of the same body In whih
capacity lie continued itls servies tiln
til a few years ago when his health
ii g all his afflictionn the Izv.
THU LAURENS ADVERTISER,
Mr. 'McGee bore his suffering pat-ient
ly, never complaining. He -was a very
idous man and to know him was to
love him. lie had a great' memory
and probably knew personally more
people than any other man in Ander
soil county. lie had ofliclated at more
funerals and maridages Ihan and
other preacher in tle county. lie .was
as liberal as possible with his means.
lie had rc.,r-ed several orliian chil
dreni, but his humility kept from
others any of his qgood deeds, so far
as his speaking of them was concern
Ile Is survived 4hy his wife and the
following Children: Dr. W. 10. Mc
Cee, 'Houston, Texas; M. A. iMcGee,
Anderson; 1!. A. Melee, Oxford. N.
C.; .1. J. MecGee in France; AMisses
.\lar.orie and Carrie McGee, Ilonea
Path and Mrs. .1. G. Mattisoni, G(reen
* EO.11 N EWIS.
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0kicom, Feb. 3.-We have had some
beautifnil spring days for the past few
Weeks, but this morning the north
wind is. blowing and it looks very
nihi like .we are going to 'have some
We are glad to report all of the
sick folks improving.
Miss Minnie lrissey has a new case
of mumips. There have been several
ca"s of mumps in this section, but all
There was a good crowd at church
Sunday to hear Mr. Kelly Cooper's
sermo:1. Ie preached a good sermon.
.\Mrs 1. 1). Hass spent the week-end
at her' home in the Mt. l'leasant sec
LAURENS, R. C. FIDDRUARY 5, 1911
Alr. Edgar Burts and family visited
Ir. L. C. Culbertson and family last
Mirs. 3. W. FwIler spent, a few days
with her mother, Mrs. Jane IOulbertson,
who has been sick for several weeks
Alr. J. D. Culbertson also came over
to see his mother Sunday afternoon.
lrs. Lou Culbertson and daughter
spient Sunday witbh Dr. J. G. Cooper
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Culbertson visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Ton Pitts Sunday.
AIr. and Mrs. Broadus Cooper spent
awhile with Airs. Boland and daugh
Letters have been received the past
week from Alessrs. Roy Oulbertson and
.lay 'Cooper statling that they are 1well
and hoping to come home soon.
The iany friends and relatives in
this section were very sorry to hear
of the death of Nrs. Ollie (larrett, of
te (ray Court section, and tenderly
sympathize with the bereaved family.
BY S'DDEN ACTION
Thei ciuck action of pure Lavoptik
eye wash is startlin . A school boy
had eye st rain so d1y he couild
read. A week's e of IAvoSi l sur
prised his teach ' so tioh e used it
for her old nother. E WASH
showed bene t. A ill bottle is
guaranteed o 'be t EVE'RY CASE
weak, str. ned ' Inflamed eyes. The
QIJICK r sgIt is astonishing. Alumi
tinm eye ) FRE. The Eureka tDrug
Take notice that on the 6th day of
larch, 1919. 1 twill render a final ac
couti of my acts and doings as Admin
1strt'ator of the estate of Amanda V.
Ilazel doeeased, in the ofilce of the
.ludge of Probate of Laureis County,
it 11 o'clock; a. im., and on the same Pursuant to the decree of tie Court
day will apply for a final discharge in the above entitled casc, dated ic.
from my trust as Administrator. 30th, 1918, 1 will sell at public outcry
Any person indebted to said estate to the ighest bidder, at tho hotol,
is notilied and required .to make. pay- Harris Springs, S. C., on-Peb. 20th,
mont on that:date; arfd all persons 19, commencing at 11 o'clock A. .,
having claims against said estate will and continuing until the sale hall
present t-hem on. r before said date, have boon conllted, the following dc
duly proven or be forever barred. scribed prof)erty, to wit:
RICHARD D. HAi10L,, Beds, springs, mattresses, bureaus,
Administrator. ash-stands, chairs, tables, bees,
F'el). 5. 1919. 29-5t picture, sheets and spreads, settes,
hbowls a e nitcliers, piane, dlies,
stoves, refrigeator, Iron safe, side
t Im 'OI ofM O Fol, board, knives, forks, toaspoons, laFpe .
hatve of mipt tarohfonl etc.
Cot ocris of sale: cash Purcasers to
'COURT OF COIM ON PLEUAS. remove 'their prop~erty or purchiases at
Mercrantile '1rumt & feposit.06m, p)any , nce,
et al, IPlaintiffs,(d spistr Harris W. C. WHARTON,
liithia1 Spring19s CotlrI%11y. ot ai, Do- Waterloo, S. C. Receiver.
fendants. Jan. 31st 919. 29-3t
Eleventh Hour Call
COME ONE! COME ALL!
HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED
WITHQUT CHARGE OR OBLIGATION
From 'January 11 to February 11
The last month of o r first year in Laurens
we w11 make
EX AMINAON FREE
We have on ecord in our office over
seven hundred satisfied patients for
our first eleven months in Laurens.
Because We Specialize o, Plnae EYES ONLY
Lew"iis6 & iewis
Rnginered Opto netrists
Leurevn, South Carona
On te Square T!e Simmons Building
CUT F 1OWERS
....Leave Orders at....
POWE RUG CO.
Greenville, S. C.
2M0 PERt CEN TOF
SALE STILL GOING ON
CLOSES, SATURDAY NIGHT
O UR 20 Per Cent Discount Sale will continue through Saturday. Our
goods are marked at regular prices. You buy at these prices, and after
the bill is bought we cut off 20 per cent and you pay the rest. Simplest plan
we can think of---you know y u are getirg the discount. Goods are already
merked at our usual low figur s an 5Fou get 20 per cent'off besides. Do not
wait until the last day. We'- n' promise that all the values will last.
Laurens, - - South Carolina