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NOTICE OF LOST STOCK.
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Notlece Is hereby given that Certifi
cate No. 53 for one (1) share of the
common stock of the Laurens Bonded
\Varehouse Company, of Laurens, S.
C., of the par value of One Hundred
Dollars ($100.00) issued on Doc. 15,
1900, to Lutie C .Jones, has been lost
or desroytd, and that the undersigned
will apply to said Laurens Bonded
Warehouse Company at its place of
businless at LAlrens. S. C., on the 21st
lay of August. 1919, at 10 o'clock, a.
im., for a new certificate in lieu of said
It. F. JONES.
Dated July 16, 1919. 52-6t-A
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Offlee in Penples Bank Building
Undertakers and Embalmero
Calls anuswered noy hour lay or night
Simpson,Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
Wil Practice in all State Courts
Prompt Attention Given All Business
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Prompil)t Attentlon Gliven All Business
Money to Loan on lleal Estate
Ofice Ill Simnlons lBuilding
W. M. NASH
Gray Court, S. C.
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hov t Mn- color to the cheeks amd how
it imoves the appetite, you will then
npprecinte its trui ionic value.
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is not a patent medicine, it is siiply
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More than thirty-tive years ago, folks
would rid(' a long distance to get GROVE'S
TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a
member of their family had Malaria or
needed a body-buillding, strength-giving
totae. s The formula is just the same to
day, and you can get it from any drug'
store. 60le per bottle.
Make it look fresh and
clean. There jis no use
in ridtng in a faded car
when you can have it
freshened and1 brighten
ed up) for a very small
amount. Have it paint
ed in Laurens.
Our Work is as
good as the Best
. Near Depot
THE1 WONDE ~ UL SOIL IM..
PRO VI 4+ CROP.
An Excellent 'Wntor and Spr ing
Graztng Crop+Best of Earily
Greent FoS --ood Hay Croy
Crimson Ci1 r (an be' 'own
fro te' rt July to1 (arly in
O)tober. It is pat(ilay vau
1bl i a s il improveri i for iir
ond Iot ton, o ing It at the Iast.
Woli ng4 14, turin *' It undert theIi
follow ing Muty. 1M gro~wing in
ICeasi erop. a yea, r.
BE1 SURIJ TO SOW
TPh.y nrc enrefolly se lected and
SEED POTATOES for Fall Crop
Po, ito g'roweI .rs a r ' Iettig w'.ni
d1:e ijrfu price jost norw. 'lant a,
1lib I 'n i ern . In Juone anld .Tuly.
P t '* nImay i-all highd anin
Wit ifor "Wood's Crop Srm..
ei' I'IIl"(1( givng ti nly iormalion
and*. pi I' t. 1 A alrld frt e
T. W.WOOD & SONS,
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* ADVICE ANI) WARNING
* -KINDLY MEANT.
in editorial correspondence from
Washing ton, where lie Is visiting, to
The Journal, of Spartanburg, Maj. J.
C. Iemphill writes in regard to tho
race riots In that city:
"A significant indication of the dis
position of the leaders of the colored
peoplo of the community is to be
found In the resolution adopted yes
terday at a mass meeting of the pas
tors of the colored churches and oth
er colored citizens at the Metropoli
tan A. Al. 10. Church appealing to the
plesident that he retuest the secre
tary of war andi the Secretary of the
navi' and the commandant of the tha
rines to withdratw the leave of 'aft 'sol
(iers, sailors and nuirines lin and
around the Dist'ict of Columbia. This
appeal is made on thq ground that
soldiers, sailors aild inarines were re
sponsible for the extreme lawlpss
ness that has beon perpetratod upon
law abiding colored citizens in the
District. of Columbia within the last
-10 hou rs."
This action of a mass meeting of
negrot's is, in very truth, "a signill
cant Ind111iention." The white soldiers,
sailors and marines In and arottnli
Washington are not Soithern men.
They coint from every part. of the
It'ilted States, and, probably, four
lifthis of theni are from the Northern
and Westorn States. The negroes of
Washington i'ave no collfidenco ill
theill. 'i'he negrtoes hohld them m"re
sponsibie for the extrelne lawlessness
that. has been perpetratd upon l Iaw
abiding (olored citizenis."
If it be conceded, for the sahe of
tit. argilnnen, that the aclisalioll is
true, til importance of it lies in its
t11uth ami that is what the ni'egroes
everywhere would belIteri ponder.
These ~ M1 soler rerPre~sentative of
ith Itasses of the white people, who
arluore th0,vOan 90 per voent of the popl
Ition of 1the wh.]ot(, country ---niu11ch
tore reprseIltaIlvi of .lit ir pa"ssioll
11nit rejmiit tihan are the member(
of ('mlgr s, the politicians and tille
ellitors. As Mhe sohliers feei ill in
pcof a matter of thi kind he peo
ple feel, too--an wo are here dis
c1181ing not what 1110 pr inilintg
feteling Ought or, ou1ght not to be, but
w hat it i. -wh10at thl( 1 e.grtlt's ( of
Washing8tonI inl IlteIr resolutI Iion ha.ve
!'-Ially ;kulniit-, l t hat it is.
To this conlition we are tilecting
al tenitionl h) tauf 4e thIIe re has beenl
4 ()inlg onl in this emintry tie last six
p101n11h. an1 agitationl calenl-tied to Ito
inealculiable harm. A num11ber. of n4
grJo rn1agazine's andl new\sp)apersl are(
poisoninlg Ithw inimis ' of nlegroos
a-gai.nst the white people. Tiey alet
printeil in NorthIrn (1 villes ani silt to
til South. We hav nilliliwrs of
diviem and 014-y are fillol wvith intim
m1alory vilit-orial ar-ticles; and news
S sto r i ' s 5 Mml-h tof the t 11f11 printed is
of It, partiarly the dscritils of
shamleful 1ilhinga, is t rue. IlT'n
drnift of mo0st of it. is toI egg tilt idoor
ne tgroelwr itn't l the Soth to viole(nce
-a v tioln'ii from wih tllhest' writ -
t'r' iln New York, llosion anti Chicago
1oub1 no ht oibtly~h 3'su)ffter. Thei beltter
in formled nlegroes in S'outhli Carolina
welliitknow Itat one oIf I hese1 NMrthlern
edittors wouldt not1 darde to ('0111 into
thte South andt speak uicley what
I ty wtrite at a safe distance. Agatrn,
whtet hm or tii,;iht to hat the Ciaan wo
t-al witlthfals. Tlhat thttse 'fformts tto
:eititouh' are lng itn. fot
z/inle was Stint to Th'e Stale conltaininlg
att espetiatlly outragetous ltitit', frmuh
2 aSt~t I .. l1.st tha1 t hei Sttr
trIac tl that the pfol mtigh(lt hI
i Irftt I f whatsi i the)g'l No Ihfr i negrolI
I titrance ht tuse ittdos nat witsh
cluding numbers if the whole South
be cons)dered-they have the power
to subdue negro lawlessness or as
sertiveness. Moreover, in the army
and the navy among the masses of
the white people throughout.the coun
try, as we have said, tie feeling is
the same. Race riots have lately oc
curred even in Enigland, showing that
the sentiment of white men Is much
the same everywhere.
What theni are toe negros to do if
thy be oppressed? We tell them that
their hope and their only hope is in
white men, who want to be just. Self
respecting white men never injure
negroes who are well, behaved and
who obey the laws andy the number
of these white men. Is steadily in
creasing. It will enlarge the mor'e
rapiidl' it the negroes do not aillow
themselves to be. misled, but.becauis'e
of the ignorance of many of them
they are in constant dauge: of that.
Tilhe greatest misfortune that ever
befell the negroes o( the South was
the *ending or coming to tien of the
carpet-baggpe Ticy are suffering
fronm i. to this day. The carpet-hag
gers It-d the negroes astray, cor
rupted them, deceived them, raised
up Souithe),n1 white men to be their
entille's. But for thoso infamous
scoundlrels, the good understanding
bet ween the two races might never
have been seriously inpaired.
'Thw arpet-laggers have long ago
delearted. but in this day their place
is tahen lby the llegro writers ill tile
Northern newspaersi---they who take
no chance themuselves hut preach,
tllrou g h the mails, racial antagonism.
For tile Southern negroes to listen to
them coul bring only a repetition of
1linally. wo rellin1d those n1 egroes
vho are discontlnted that they are
not conillln31ed to live in tile S.louith.
It they (10 not like vhat they are
get I i ig ill the South they ennl go
aWa Y. 'ir'y year :wo they I were
poor Inll co1i3 ( nol go blt they have
oIllney llowt alr1 tI ';' are tralin's r1un
ing to all1 poinis North. Thellre is not
MnW Ownilm1 1:and4 or. Wthir pro)perty
who ill not (lispore of it at a profit
..( this tim11f. The wite inen who Are
not i41atisield in South Carolina go
v1setwhere ad the saiei right and op
por-tunity are before the negroes. It
is scarcely a i ay's jouirniiey to tile
\iasoni and Dixon ULne or to tile Ohio
We relmat that the (115sposition to
trleat the 1eg1roes juostly anl even
gen rously, F, steadily growjing ill
S-ouith Carolina andi in thet Sothl but
it is, best for a.11ll cncerned that1 it he
satid eandidily and plainly thai t(no
swyitt or general ebange in inaters of
goveruml1enlt (is thy affeef the rela
tion1 het weell the races will come to
pass. 'Ille Slate will pelsevere ill
vondemining lynichingj anld will Strive
to inluelice p1lbh1e opillioll alin3 t
wronlg to le n g roes. But pow'r ill
the hand.; of white m1nq wVill be inninl
tained4. -The State.
lRe't. L,. Ross Lynn, the Superintend
(ent1 of TlhornwellI Orphalnage, an3 in1st i
tution in which tile people of Abbe
yille apo greatly initer'ested, paid a v'isit
to Abbevilleo on Wednesday, 'omnin~g
hero to ipreachl the annalt sermon bie
foro the Abbevilie District Bible So
Rey. Mr. Lynn made a most favor
alie inmpression 0!n 0our peop'le. lie
Is not1 only a good preacier but he1?11
stikes one as a -bulsinessh manii af ine
Thel4 nlew~ superintendent has hiad
('ha1rge of1 tile wvork for ntearly a y'ear'.
The14 Iirs't year3 was a har .1one( for'
h113im becau35 then work was new and1(
1'hit~ asi tim11 goes 44n he is growing
into0 the worlk, anId ile hioles to1 mak11e
the inl.-ti~ltui keep ils 1)la(e in1 tile
affe14 ns of4 (the14 i)eople4 wtho are in1t
T1:1- 14(414l4 (4f A bhe1v ille' very
m1114 h bhim44 tha 111 I rI. I .V lln 1 wiii makeh
it ('onvenient to1 en thl~4' is1 way agalin
al an1 daly1 date' 11wl often, I ultere Ie
ltlly alIways; expret' a w14,101no.. Abbi'
"The. LONE PTAR RANGE5,'
wnLatA4MFox PR.cOuO'VIo N,
OpeY I (O1SCr Frdmy
I * BYRDS NEWS.
Byrds, Aug. I.-We are glad to re
port refreshing showers and good
crops in this section.
Mrs. Hugh Kennedy and -Mrs. W. D.
Barksdale were the guests of Mrs.
Geo. Byrd and daughters last Siday.
Mrs. W. I. Andeosa, of Spartan
burg, is spending some tne with her
son, MIr. 13111 Anderson.
Mrs. W. P. Nash, of Fulfport, Miss.,
Is spending some time with her sister,
Mrs. Gco. Byrd.
Miss Sara Glenn visited Atlantic
City last week.
Mr. and Mirs. Gco. Copeland and
daughters, o't Clinton, were the giests
of .Mrkh Geo. Byrd and family alst Sun
Miss Eva Bolt, of Clinton, spent the
week-end with her parents.
Ar. and Mrs. J. F. JAcobs, Jr., visit,
ed Mrs. Byrd an4 tfly last Wek.
Mr. W. 4. Barkmdalb, of Iaurens,
wea tlie sxend-th-fdy g~iest Qf his
iunt, Mrs. Geo. Byrd, last, Subliath.
Mr. Herbert Marthi and family
Always Ask for Genuine
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Only Aspirin Tablets with the safety
"Bayer Cross" on them are genuine
"layei Tablets of Aspirin," owned and
made by Americans and proved safe
by millions of people. Unknown quan
tities of fraudulent Aspirin Tablcts
were sold recently by a Brooklyn deal
er whlih proved to be composed most
ly of Talcum I'owdor.
"Ilayer Tablets of Aspirin" should
always he asked for. Then look for
the safety "Bayer Cross" on the pack
age and on eaoh tablet. Accept noth
ing else. Propor dirctfions and
dosage in each Bayer package.
Aspirin is the trade mark of iayer
Manufacture of Monoaceticacidester of
dred of th
Navy and C
spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs.
Geo. Byrd. Piles Cure dn 6 to 14 DMys
rtfulet Id W U11jrPt applctin ile&~h
See our line of floor lamps. reievs Ing Pils an yo a
S. M. & E. H. WILKES & CO.
Dr. Chas. A. Crormer
VETERINARY SURGEON &DENTIST
Service Day and Night
Will Appreciate Your Patronage.
Telephones: Residence 201; Office 46
Office at Posey's Drug Stare.
When sending for
Meal and Hulls do
not forget that we
are selling for"cash
Laurens Oil Mill
Styles with the better class of
We are showing about half hun
ese New Fall Styles in Serges,
~atins, and Tricoletts. Blacks,
$22.50 and up
)OD PLACE TO TRADE