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Cold Polnt, Feb. 24.-We' noticed in
the last issue of the Advertiser that
'Cold Point was still on the map. There
is also something else to keep her on
the map4 She Is putting in four tele
\Ir. .1lim .\. loyd, of Spartanburg,
is spenitdinug some tline with relatives
her . If(e will miake his fu.1ture lime
ilt Summerton, . C.
.r. . 1) un cant and on , 11. P., of
Gfot lenntood coutoey, etne Osftti yi inst
MI%.-efe I to see Mr. 0. C. Dutcan, r who
has heen lasick f souw thneC. hei y
wet. - accomlpanied~ by .\lto. .Am% Illu
-Ctapt. Simw i:. (',au1!..: ,m!1. of, Phil
adel phia . i vis lih m, oi i lheri, 1, .ii.
I c i 1t (I 'n ti l [I i tt 1tt1 L'O itiitiiIty
.\ir. ii~on Nichols,,. the invi nlor or the
I'iberty coto choSpe, was over
fromlv ior, to sue his familty this
Irt. . Al. Ctilninghaml went to Spar
tanhburg last Saturday to see kinfolks.
.ir. Toml Weatliers, of W.atetloo, re
eently Imoved into our commulnity.
GIRLS! HAVE WAVY,
THICK, GLOSSY NAIR
FREE FROM DANDRUFF
Save your hatir D~ouble its hienuy inl
at few11 moments--try this! ..
If you car for heavy haltr, fhat glis
tons 1with 1beauty and is radiant. Witth
I'fe; has an. incomparable softness
and is Huffy and lustrous, try Dander
Just one applilention douibles t ho
beauty of your hair, besides it, itine
diattly dissolves every partiele of
dandruff; you cannot have nice, heavy,
Ithealthy hair if you have dantdruff.
This destructive scurf robs the hair
of its lustre, it.s streigt. hand its very
life, and if not overcoime it. prodits
a f tverislhess atf itchltg off the
scalp: The hair roots famish, loosen
anl (il(: then the hair falls out fast.
if your hair has bee negel IetI and
is thin, faded, dry. seraggy or too oily,
get a small bottle of Knowlton's Dan
deritn .1 atany drug store or tollet
coltter for a few eets apply a little
as direcled antd ten iintti's after you
will say this was the best intvestiinent
yo 'v'r itade.
We s tincerely blieve', regardless of
everything else advetisedf, that if you1
desire soft, I listrous, htautiful hait' and
lots of it ---no d t uff- -to lichilng
scalpt and no more fatling halr--you
must. use Kniowtol's i )anderile. It
even t1uallyi--wy not now?
Quarterly 31etntet11 (if i. 31. U.
Second Division W. .\. 17. will Ileet
wilh the First laulrens a1101ptist (.1hurch01
ont aturday, l 8th, at 10:30 A
Praie Se-rv: 1(,d. by \Mrs. .1. R1. Wil
l'rayers fot' -
i I Ot ur W. .\l. I'. l'A. sidents.
v bI Our . W. A. taeaes.
(it Out' Siintatil.1 l t'ati'rs.
Dos th Inreni.'Sedt OPpotu nity' foi
'Tnti'rig thIie (ChriisIt \I(saT tt
I icea se Oti Obl1)1iga Its? Air
Sloan it\lahoun. .\lt. IIrt(oks Na sIt
I jo itna t. .\tlr. Alif' on ('. II wo el,.
s )eassion f nre 5llig a
(a) GrowtV.th in, Chis~ tin fe a
Normia~l i'xp lerilentc. la tt. 13:1-1 2
((nd It 'Im. I:1-t. Alt's. TP. N.
* (b)p lExprei' olt (of Ilel ig is Con
viitioni ai Ntecessity3 to Spirii i tnI
(;rowthi. Atatt. 13:119-23. Mi's.
let ItelIgius Conv~ictiont Express
etd 1by (a) .\or'al Actfin; (b) ser'
vice for Th'lose whot Need hIs; (e)
Staniding foi' iTight Princiles in
S11ite of Opposition; (d) PublIc
TPesthnony.' .\lt's. M~arion Ca In.
('olleetion for t~onig Creek Academty
Secontd lIlvislin's aim, $15.00,
Iteltoit of 'oimmIt tees.
, MRS. WV. N.-AUstrlIN,
Solid car-load "'White Mounttaitn"
terigeratotrs just re'elveds' Sixtenn
S izes to1 select from.
S. 31. & I. II. WtI4lK S & CO.
A Tonic Laxative
that wIll remiovo the bli fromn the Ltvet and
cleanso the System TIIOROUJGlIIY wIthout strIpIng
or disturbing the stomtach Ia truly a Perfect Lox
(.AX-FOS WITLJ PI3PSIN
I, the name of p Rellablo and Perfect LaxatIve
whIch soon rolleves Sick, lItadachto, Izziness, In
dIgestIon, Stomnehi Trouble, (Gns aned Piles caused
by a TorpId Llver and Constiption. Always uso a
IReliable Laxratlve in thto treatment of Colds, GrIp
LAX FOS WITHl PEPSIN Is a Llqi Digestive
TonIo Laxntivo excellent In Its eitet on the
System, buoth as a bonlo and as a laxativo. It Io
Just as goodf for Chtlfdren as for Adults. Pleasant
toptko. ChIldren like it. 60c.
Mttado andI recomamentded to the publIc by Paris
MedicI no (Co. St. Louts, Mo., manufacturers of
IEAD OF.C.,,.& L.
DIES AT COLUMBIA
John FrazIer Livitigston Passed Away
at Hospital Folloiving Operation.
11orn1 1in Abhleville.
Coluiibla, feb. 24.-John Frgser Liv
ingstoni, one of Columbia's best and
Most respected ctizcns, died at the
laptist. llo iltal at 9 o'clock yesterday
nmorning from the effects of two opera
tiols ho had recenitly undergone.
M1r. Livingston was president of the
Colmibia, Newhv erry and 1 ,aurenls Itall
1road, which ofllce he ilml filled sile
1 12. The fineral was held at tIhe
First l1:, Pin yte ianl churchl this. after.
'tmanl a 1:20 o'clock, coidicted by
t" N... W. Hllackwood. pastor.
Mr. I ,ivingoin r::oked his way to
t lop y althfjI aind painakin
at teotion to biusiness. lie was a na
S" o, .\bbevlle collity. hevoiv the'
5-111 of .1. P. and Fannille \eCa rr I,iv
tuit ll. i was born Mlarch . 2, 18 69
anid wotlld have hi)O0 50 years old next
Iimtoith. Ile went to work for himself
when he was .hetween 17 and 18 years
ohd, Iider P. 1). Mazyck in North
Carolini, lhit soon came to Colimiblia
aind got a posillon utiller Donald '\c
Queen in the freight oflive of the old
Solith Cavolina lintlroad, later merged
with the Southern Railway.
In I890I he went to Newherri'y as
egent for the road of which lie was
later to become president. Two years
later lie iwns transferred to Columblia
as soliciting agent. lie continued
worhing for the Columbia, Newberry
& Latirens 'Railroad in the capacity
of soliciting and -comflmerclal agent
I11ntil tle death of the late 'W. 1.
Childs in 1912, whlen lie was pro
m1oted to tie oilee of president to
fill tie vacancy caused by the death
of Mrs.lid IIe has lbeni re-elect
ed e(-h year to thii. position and by
his close aittentIon to -isi ness and
ltel li gen t direction of tle affalirs of
the comiipaniy lie has greatly improv
ed -.oth the physical and financial
condition of thle roa4d.
Novemb1er 12, 159., . Mir. L ivings..
iln \%as imarried to .\ijs \lt ile W ith
ers, who wti Iwo children survive
im11. Ito is sirvIved'-1l-ro by Ii is ag
ed mot h I r. Mrs. .1. .lvingston, Sr.,
one iir t, Mrs. S. L. 11ajyckh, tnd
two brothers, IT. P1. Livingston, of
Iaris. Txa1s, and'.1. B. Livingston, of
Mr. Ilivingston belonged to a num
her of firaternal orderis. Ife was- a
membe r o 1i0le iland Lodge, A. F.
M.; Colltumbila (haPtor. 11. A. '\.; U
lonl Coilnell, It. an id S. \.; Kn ights
of Plythias: W.1de l11ampton Lodge, No.
70. 1. 0. 0. F. Ie was past comllmander
of tile Columin la. commalndry Kniights
T1emiilar ad a Shiner. .
. IN 11,0101-I1iSt
Al e oulthrea.k of Ih ll war' thle popu-,
lationl of Fra ce asutlmilio s
ofr se I illions have beii offeed
on the abr of' fr'eedlomi thberehy lei
.it li' We of Amieri
a intii- lie very ermaefuil for this and
(1 lor an invah1iab1le rm'iedy foi'
.i-h. liver' a ml inet inal a4iments
fo M lr b11 ti'l he i Iaa int 1 of f .e
whichi if i-s r'epomrh hams sav'1 mian
i s iAmeri'ca, lprvented thloulsands~
s. 'r. a' l opJerat is andt reli'eed inl
(. W1 Miayr, for miany y'iar's a promni
nlOnt Chll'an eemist. imliprt~s the in..
gr'edhi'nts anld solIs' this remedy unider
lie nam ii'Of .\ayrI's WVondieirfliem
('d13. II is a s~implle, harm less iwre
liaration1 thiat. r'emoives thle cat.arhial
no1'ls from thle intest Iinal trtact and1(
atlhiys t he t he 'in fhmanist ion ' which
causes Iner(acical ' all stomachl, lIIver'
and intestinal ailments, inc'luiding np
1iendlillI s. One dose wil conlvince or'
imonmy refunded. 'Th e Lau reins Drug
Co. and Dru'igglsts ev'erywhiere.
* lii0o.11 NFWS'.
IMkom, Eebi. 2I.--We arie very glad.
to repor't thei healtIii of ouri conmmuinity3
very muich Improved, and hope that
1a11 miay get well niow and1( ever'yb)ody
wiill surely feel more like0 themselves.
JTher'e was a good cr'wd at Uniion
(chuirch Suniday afternoon to heai' 'RoV.
Mr'. Vermnillilou preach, but was is
appointed'( as lie did not eome.
Mri. 'L. C. ('ulb eirtu0n has purchased
KN9CKS OUT PAIN
THE IRST ROUWD
Comforting relief from pain
makes Sloan's the.
This famous reliever of rheumatic
ces soees -etiffness,. painful
spramns, neuraigie pamI~S, andl m iost'
other external twifages that humnanity
suffers from, enjoy's its great sales
because It practically never fails to
bring speedy, comforting relief.
Always ready for use, it takes little
to penetrate without rubbing andi produce
results. Clean, refreshing. At all drug
stores. A large bottle means economny.
30e. (100 nnmd *1.20.
a cor' mill, and is "nc' - ready to
grind corn for every-body at his store
house at Ekom.
Mlsa Myrtle C(ilbertson, who is
teacnliig at 1rinc'toni, spent, the week
en1d with 1101110 Aks here.
Acssrs. Walter l3rissey and 1. Y.
Aloore speit So 'iday with Messrs. J.
W. and Thornidv' Thome.
Mrs. Lo01 Culbertson and daughter
speit, Sunday with Mr. L. C. Culbert
'Ir. 11 . Cooper and family visited
Mrs. Ioland and family Sunday.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
State of South (iCalrollila,
Coiinty oif jllurens.
Whereas, petitions signed by a legal
number of thle ina lillil (electors and
free-hold(rs reidfinl,g in D)iahi school
di stiet No. 1. I,aurens115 cotlity, 011t
Carolina, asking for an election upon
the fiulestionl of voting anl additional 'F
nills tax up1on) thle property ill said
w hool district to be used for school
purposes, have beenl filed with the
county board of education, an election
is hereby ordered iponl said question,
sa(id elect ion to be hel(i onl thle 5th day
of March, 1919, at Shiloh school house,
In said district, under the managemeni
of the trustces of said school (istrict.
Only such 'electors ats retuin real
or personal property for taxation and
Goods Going Fas
$1.50 Alarin Clock .... ..
2)5( quality Ill' aclhig, "Sale
25e livlity eI I nd .
2 33 Pereales .... .... ...
25e Pereale . ... .
- I 45 quaity TaleI Oilcloth.
Speccial closo out of I lot C
P-rice . . . . . .
11 enkes Launid ry Soap, 'Sale
Special Sale1 o~f Men's wo
P'rice ......... .....
Special Sale0 of Men 's Over
wVorth $2.35, Sal1e Price
1 5e qual ity. Mnf's SOX, Saik
I We have Two
and you can save2
iCome quick. We]i
E We have two i
come we will show
SNo. 1 Store 210 V
who exhibit thicr tax recelpts and reg
istration certificates as required in the
general election, shall be allowed to
Those favoring the 4 mill additional
tax shall vote a ballot dontaining the
word "YES" written or printed thercon.
Those against the 4 miill additional
tax shall vote a ballot containing the
word 'SNO" written or printod(l thereon.
Polls shall open at the hour of 8
Sdclock in the forenoon and shall re
main opel until tile hour of 4 o'clock
In tihn afternoon when they shall. be
closed and the ballots coanted.
The trustees shall report the result.
of tile elect ion to the counlty auditor
and Couity stiperintenldent of educa
tion with ini ten days Ilereafter.
JA.\l: 1I. 1 l1. lVAN,
By order of County Hoard.
NOTI(E O" EAi, E'ION.
Notlee is hereby ;,iven that an clec
ilont, upon the question of einterinag inl
to a contract with the lleedv River
Power Co. for a perlod of ten years for
the supplying of electric power to ile
City of Laurens for lighting and oth
ei. .urpol'es, at the rate of 2 1-2 cents
per kilowatt otir per monthl, with a
minimum payment for month of the
lowest amount due in any month of
first six .months of contract, :will be
held in tile City of Laurens on the
4th (lay of March, A. D. 1919.
Tile polling places and managers of
t. Don't Wait, Don't He
Says: Let 'em Roll: Dolk
Roll, Let 'em Roll. J.
Keeps the D
Prices R d Hot:
Prie ............ ......18
. .... .... .... ... .... .. 21c
..... ........ .... .... ....35c
'immt 11..... .... .... ..............27c
ni (inghtanms.... .... .......23c
..... .... .... .... .... ..23c
allico, worthi 1'e to 20c, Saile
........ .... .... .... .... 121-2c
Satle Price..... .... .... ..25c
Price .... .... .......... ..25c
rk 'Shirts, worth $1.25, Sale
..... .... .... .... .... ....95c
tils; A. C. I,. andl F. Special,
........ .... .... .... .... ..$1.98
Priice .... .... .... .... ..100c
Stores in Laurens and w
5 to 35' per cent now in'
Faven't time or space to I
ull sales forces ready t<
lest Laurens Street; No.
I Iron Re
Alection are as follows:
For Ward One, at the Opera House;
klanagers: Charles Hicks, John Smith
mnd Gilbert Tyler.
For \Vard Two, at E. V. Martbi's
Stable; Managers: E. W. Martiu, John
Dunninghani and Jeff Chaney.
For Ward Three, at Qrr's Store;
Mlanagers: Scott Tompleton, Erskine
Blakely and W. P. Powers.
For Ward Four, at. Fliiney Hotel;
Manmagors: George IIopikins, J. M.
iainney and John Langston.
Por Ward Five, at 1i(ks' Stable;
Mlanlar-rs: It. It. INWIrf llenry Wright
and K(1 IHicks.
For Ward Six, at the Cith Power Co.;
Manarro.;: Phil ilu ff, T. Mac Rope,
tuall Mrskdine Todd.
Tlhe polils vIll be opened at the h I
If eigh o'eloel: inl lhe for~lteon tald
rlosed a the hoir, of four o'clock in,
lie a ft1rnoon!.
elueor-; votiln il favor of en
rIn in uch coni ract '1,1hall (.1osit
i lh box providld 1Urefor :a hallot
In whiclih IIele shall be printed or'
writteni the worus: "Shaill ilhe city of
1aun'ens enter into llhe co1ract witi
the leedy iver P'ower co. for the
puc'lhase of powver for lighting and
Sther purposes of Said town for a terim
o1f ten years? Yes".
All electors voting against entering
into such contract shall deposit a bal
lot on whicli there shall be printed or
written he words: "Shall the City of
Laurens enter into the contract with
the Reedy Iiver Power Co. for the
purchase of power for lighting and
sitate. Bargains! Bargai
irs were Made Round ti
C. Burns & Company
le Prices I
February Sale Pi
Special uei in La.dies' and (h1
Other Hlose. Ill prie'es 20c nl I
.len'n Work Pants. Sale Prie.
- Aien's Sits. andl~ Overe~ats going
Youii en sve $4.00) to $8.t)( a
Mcien's Driess Shirts, Sale Piie '7
thet $2.25 kind. ]Buy your S
$1 .00 'Wampoles Cod 1Liver' Oil.
iIow~ to buIild y~ou up .........
$1.00 MleElr'ee's Wine of Car'dni
Special vatlues .ini the baisemet~i
WVe hiave hundlreds of bar'gains
ClothIiing, IHats, Shoes, Dry
Womna's Retady-to-Wear, at
otur immense stocks.
a have very near everytia
this February Sale. Got
ist our two mammoth sti
> wait on you. If you
2 Store Northside of Sqa
TH CAROL INA
Aher purposes of said town for a term
>f ton years? No."
No person shall -be allowed to vote
it said election who has not been reg
tlarlyc registered as an elector ac
::ording to law.
Books of registration for the regis
Loritig of voters .will be opened by R.
P". Babb, Supervisor of Registration,
Lt his 111ofic in Lauriens, South Care
hina, on tile 3rd day of February, 1919,
and shall remain open intil the 21st
lay of February, 1919, at the hour ot
welve o'clock noon, 'When the same
shall be closed.
The production ot i certifleate of
reossist ration from the Board of Regis
Iration of Laulren:4 Col uny, entitliig
IIh( applicant to voe in t le pollinlg
preeleit. withbin the inicor tte lIinits
1f th 1i Hy of Laur-eis, ,Ih:lf be a con
idition prere'liiisite to obtllil a cer
nttileat of registrationl for tis ('11ct00 on
l r wit pro of f(1 r(:.idnl( of the
pplicalllt within thI liuifs of the City
1f L.aIreis for foul ilmInthS peeding
the date of (his 0l0., anid Ih pay
mel of all taxes asses;'d aiaiist lilm
due1 an(1 collectable for tihe previous
The matnagers co(uict ing said clec
lion shall make their return as to the
restilt. thereof to the City Council of
the City of Laurens is reqiired. by law.
Iated54 this tile 30th (lay of January,
A. 1). 1919.
C. M. BABB,
.J. I. WORKMAN,
City Clerk an1d Treasurer,
ns for February.
-ices Red Hot:
ibdirn'S Hose .r 5
$1.19 I'or the $1.50 kin1d.
.. .... .. . $1.75 llp to $3.98
~.98 u p to $4.98 fori t he
at .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.69
I P'ebruar1 iy 8.ale Illies.
flw On at suit or' overceoat:
5c, 98c, $1.25, $1.69 for
thle micine(I you needQ~
........ .... .... .... ..90c
wo8a' best fiendt~ , . 84c
in all depart ments
Goods, Driess Goods,
id all the way through
uing you may need
d things going fast.
are from Missouri
re in Burns Block.