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C. 'eatherstoie WV. I. Knight
FEATI1El'l'STO.NE & KN1011IT'
Attorneys aIt Law
Laurens, S. C.
B Jusiness Intrusted to Our Catre
'5V 11. Hlave Prompt and Caref4l Attena
Offiee over Palmetto Bank
41- Feat.herstone will spend Wediies
<day of each week in Laurena.
The C. & B. Hat Co.,
123 Brond Street
JACKSONVILLE, I , >)JlI.I,
,, h o'ne' of and i carrying on the
1rder b ss - ill' forimerly haniledl
he 1'I. W. (lar . it Company. All
Should be sent to Ihiem1t.
- AGINTS \VANTN'0)
, 'ENI) FOlR CATALkO(:1iM.
' t 11 1(it'rsigned lleir's-at-law of
a.'7*% .;1i (. IC':dwards. d14'de ased, will sell
.ublic auih o , at l.at ountain Inn. S.
' :ii 'I. bi i '. .M. onl (he 4Ith day,
a se t,-inh , 191. in front of the
fph.,lnh all (11' that1 piec-e or tract
,4 lin . 2 heilg and siltua 't In
- ( ' Iy. v, Youings township,
n.:\'nj n11 4'g one huntl1dred ( lO) acres,
-,nir4 < i1 -.ls. hounded by landliis of A.
E ~ d .1:. W\\. Pl'a ton, 1'. K'. \le.
- '' i .I (a r a and oti irs.
'7 : 11: f ,; lt', t'ashI. I'r1(ch asor Io
1-: I r adi stamp.
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INSUItN %' A 0SSOC1ATION.
U10A1'EIRTY INS UlEID $1,26,300.
RTTI OR CAM onl 0 i th un(rslgn
'. 1r .vany information You muay desire
(t our plan of insurance .
.V, 1 insure your property against de
eteinby FIlRE, WINDSTORM.\ OlI
. I'I'NIN(. and 1o so chea0:pel)4r th an
su compai1y in existancee. I
-wuember, we are prepared to prove
'' ) 11 that ours is 1110 safest and!
-frapest plan of insurance known. I
rAssoiation is now licensed to
', Insurance In he counties of
;i e. Greenwood, McCormick,
alid, Lauren1s, SaludaI, Lexingtonl,
T.land(, Ca11houn, and Spartanhurg.
Thue 4)lli crs are: en. .1. Fraser
.u ', 'resident, Colllumbia, S. C.: J. It.
(, en. Agt., Secty. and Treas.,
2 Swood, . C.
). Cran' .... ..\It. Carmlel, S. C.
. Gambrell .. .. Abbeville. S. C.
I. ilake Greenwood, S. C.
W. Younglood . . .1lodges, S. C.
a L-r Lyon . . . . Columbia, S. C.
If. Nicholson . . . .1Edgefleld,S. C.
V. iH. Wharton . -.....Waterloo, S. C.
. . Dates . ... . ....Batesburg, S. C.
11. it.LAKE, Gen. AgM.
. vnnood, S. V.
You Df)o More Work,
u are more ambitious an(1 YOU get more
'Itoymnent out of everthling when your
* i 22 m Od ('ondition. Impurities in
'l vilvid have a 'very depressing effect On
ke, -.ystem, causinig weakness. laziness,
:wrv"OUsnes anS 11d sickness.
QROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC
"wa;L!'res .:erty 22nd21 Vitality bly Purifying
mu,'. Enrich ing hieBlo. When you feel
it:$ at :htnin, invigorating effect, se
how it brmngs coloJr to the cheeks and2( how
N s.mproves the4. a1ppetite, you1 will th~en
.rpmrciate its true tonhic value.
Oik)VEi'S TASTE~LESS Chill TIONIC
.4 :aot a patent mnedicine,. it is simlply
Gi'MA~ anid QUININE' suspend~ed in Syrup.
'.0 pleasanft even1 children like it. The
mi needs Quinine to Purify it and IRON
tu Enrich it. These reliable tonic prop
lien'nver fail to drive out impurities in
r'he Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'S
TA9ESTEIESS Chill TONIC has made it
e faort tonic in thousands of homes.
.Mm than thirty-five years ago, folks
i*enid ride a long distance to get GROVE'S
TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a
'number of their family had Malaria or
ft2alehd a body-building, strengtht-giving
y ~cThrne.. The formula Is just the same to
Iwy. and you can get it from any drug
'tore. 60e per hot tle.
We have just r
from the Nisseni
stating that thei
* iheir plant had b
:1 to fill at once the <
placed with us b
ia position to d<
date. In the mean
R. L. 'Q
1ini Oficill Predicts Inerease of 25
l'er ('ent When Owners (cet lIontds
\\'ahingo, A ug. 23.-- A 2.5 pe r
veiI Incrlelase inl rkilload rates 1111141
follow return of thie rilroais to pr*i
vale ownershAip, Hloward I-lliott, presi
fientt of tlt Nortliern 'acifie railroad,
fold ite h0ou4se interstate coniiIereP
coitinittee today. Tis estiliate, he
athletl. was iade oil Ihe assuiimpt. Itol
11111 Ihelre wouId he n(o mllore wage in
reaise or i, atlvanices iill ei'al costs.
"oould 25 pe1 e('t i. in'crease solve
lie probletm for Ills whole col ntry?"
asked Itepre-sent~ative, Sinm Dentiocrat,
"I think il wo l d," resonided .\r.
1-'1illt adding that he( pref~erred the
rate inerenvse to lite contfinuled iy
Iien of thet governn111ilri guarat"itleetI
coin penlsat ionl.
A,. ked if a 2- per centl increas of(:
rates wouild hlainlper buIsine(ss or in
rease lie cost of living .\Ir. I'llliott.
repilied that the( effvcel inl his opinlionl
h,14 hvei eXaggerat ed, bit lit did not
k1n to give lhe impressioni thatI It
would have no tfftct oin livinig cosl
In advocatlin: wage legisi'laioln, .\Ir.
Illiott said, "let the wIves of the
nIt vol' on the sirike: t1ey are the
most af nid" h great ma.iority of
railroad vimpsloyes, he( said. did niot
walt t strike, and he Ilged some
l'gislation for the a tuistieniit ofr dis
Ittilts. l1e siggesed that labor illiolis
het revituired to incorporate and file re(
porIts. like businiess corporationlis. and
tha1 l mllploys he compilltd to serv
liotie before itiiing work. i
Alba It . .lhnson, of lil adlphia,
fortnera presidnlt of ihe Italdwil bio
colitive \\orks, ilurged hil prelv -
lionl f thll laerstath (omuor.1ce Coml
mission as a judicial body. i( all
peared ,before thev vnnuniltev 'as
spokcesmllan of Ilhe railway bulsiness
assocVi~ itIln, anl organlization fmn
facturer.1s of railway suipplivs.
Mlr. Johnsonl advocated cre~ationi of
a federal transportation body to certl
fy tlie connission the aiount, of rev
illiP IIP ssary In tihe. puIblic interest.
SIlil' prdieled that if authoily over the
amoi of' reventle were left Io lte
comm i issionl, i woiiId bring onl govern
m1t'ii1 ownershilp inl tell years, If not In
sA1 w 11, 17
OF -THA- Crus-/ \jivho W4.
jEST %N "revze\ '
SORE A4T AHOT"ER cQ'i BUT
N . t C o w\VSA NV PA CE
so 1"f= Poov Pvaust-e
CON\E lxtx Ve_: <' -Tv
1" Cr\v( T 80SS -' PR\N1
eceived a letter
Vagon Company D
rnain building of
een destroyed by
ywe are unable
rders for wagons D
at we hope to be
3 so at an early
time we ask your D
until we can
RETURNS WITH FAME
Youth Out on Probation Redeems
San Francisco Boy Makes Good
Serving in War as Army
San Franilseo.-Tiiree yenr.s a,o
Thoma4 .1. Ford. a youth of 11) years,
walkd otit of Slpelior .Judge Frank
liII n hlit's courtroom, grateful for a
('11ane find vowing he would 133al:e
Three charges of grnid larveny were
gtill'nst Is nnI'lte. .tiudge (r11111 pined
thle hill fin prohntflon onl onle charge
and carriei' the other two on the re
) 44' Ie n 'a i T.13(mI11,1.J. Ford of
the Cn inhj ar11y walked Into ,Judige
('wirilln's (' 4tiI room i.
"I've l1e , fi he x h 4tillin,
"Itenply. "nnld 1 4-1114mea k Jilst to 11h.ank
y41u 1,4r having gilvenl fil i ll e hance'."
Thent hll told Is story:
"Af'Ier you peritiited m1e to go I
joinled thll ('ann1filinn forves als a pri*
vale. I went to I 'rtie kind into lie
lonl. It was Iea3 1141ion1. too. Mly
re4'gi 3ul(eInt follgh! iI s ile io ' it bi gge4t
engaemens.1 w-inill o mak1e11 good
uInd to shoiw you1t I 4.uh111d, and tha33t cair
ried fin- 1 ittiugh some tight pinces. I
rose in Ilw I'll iks. urii ng i(yself at
fihe wly I foiged a1b1ird. I evell wol
s11t"1n1ionr ra1 very nder tlii 1ire."
"You have e(.1rn-11-d mil ore prais 111 11n
thi! o1urt (enn bestow onl you'.," said
(rfi."Besides doing our counltry
fin hiloor you Inre one (of fihe man11y turn-I
11h:1 have%( conv-ince4si 11w1 th1a1 the Iro
batisml Iw F; succe ssI'l. "
Then ('illin dir 14-lel that tile t wo
14.nihIn111113g 4143arges ligninlst Ford le
"441 frmI fil l r.
Word wasf, arre4sled fbhree years aigo
114nuse1i' f li.- ral'34(lee of talkilig auto
mo14111ies tihat 41ib4 31o belong () im111 to
taike womnil friuris loyiilig.
JAMES J. M'CABE
Alr. James J11S.. AleCIube4, compose44r (if
the Ameini'' '~I mii fo 4 tr "Mly (Country,3'
'T'of Tihee'." Tis1 pat11riotlec air wais
f03orery XII ng to the4 tun o13!~ f "Godi
Save' the Kin1g," anud the Amerinn
mca wn. rite nrsos opb
llifeelng that1 our beautiful athErn
nni Arner'ienn. Air. AleCabe' 1halla from
Newv Yorik, where he'4 lt dx~istielt811 'ul'
inien114It oft 44chools~ and14 promlinen1t
In commun~tlity mulsic woriitk. I1(e al18o
hear3s a stiking resemb1141ine to4'14 Pres
1ien1t Wisoni and34 hasx man~fy times4'
been taken for our chief executive.
Jersey Man Has Red,
White, Blue Goldfish
.Jersey (City, N. .J.-In1t r43113ueIng
nnd( bilue goldlfish, Frank Hedl
den'l, 53 miember of thel Hutdson
Cointy Aquarium an)ciet y, croxs4
flah with a flih thait 1had( a reod
3'en1li JapanlleseI and4 a bro'wn1
tran3sparen''It-sen1liid .fJapaneseM for
parents. The result ix a tixit
with aI re4d bod~y, white fins and1
sIdes, and(1 lue11 strea'k in I ts
Pulmotor Saved Pigs.
Penn Vain, N. Y.-Whlen Jacob4I biroolk
overlowed4, two pigs oiwnll4 by Dr. HI.
J. AlcNaughton were swept away and
to aill appeaiirances dr1owned4. 'Te phiy
siclian reelIedI thait whten he wax prex
iden't o (f the4 yvinge hIe had1( puirchase34.d
a plmoll~tor' to be' used Iiy the tire fight
erE, so 1be sen1t in at hurry call for the
life-saving appatush. Thinking htu
manl lies were' ait 5take' thie village
unoke!4) oter made414 a record1' runt to
Ithe doctr'I home13i34. Twent'I Iy minautex
atfterthelii puJlmIotor wasli put3 in alctlion
the patients were anhle to sit. up andl
EBomb to Stop Rioting.
New York--Frank A. GJicreat has
invetedo Ia bomb11 wich lhe saiys will
stop rioting. You ii it of ether, al
cohol and things. He pointed out that
the power of nicnhol IN well known.
Lost Stock Notice.
Notice IS hereby given that the un
dersigned will apply to Watts Mills
on Sept. 4, 1919, to have said Mills
1u8110 to hiln nine (9) shares of stock
in said M1lls, represented by Cortifl
cute No. 133 for four shares, and Cer
tifcate No. 376 for flive shares. which
said certiflicates have been lost; and
tle new stock so applied for to be
Issued in lieu of saild lost stock.
2-6 t C. C. F10ATlf ictST ON1.
COY1V OF SUMMONS FOR REIEF.
Ntate of South Carolina,
C(ount, of ,Laurenl4.
TiHOMAS M. rlJAW, Plaintiff,
lil0SS'M 1). SIAW AND MILDRED
To the Defendants: Bessie ). Shaw
and Mildred Long:
You lare hiereby Slinunioned and re
(1luired to answer the complaint In this
action, which Is filed In (he o1lice of
the C( eri or he court of tcomniun
P1le'as for the said County of Laurens
in said Slate of Socti Carolina, and
to serve a copy of your answer to the
Said complaint oil the subscriber s at
their ofilee, Wa1shiingtonl Strvet, Co
luotnbla, 'oulh Carolina, within twenty
<ays after the service hereof, excilu
Svye of the day of such service; aind
if you fill] to answvr tile COmlalint i1
withiln Ile itte aforesaid, hll eplaintiff
in 111it uctionl will all~lly to the Court
for lie relief (mlanded lin the com
DaedI ait Laurens, Sout~h Carolina,
August 15th, 1919. '
WAI. N. O(tAYDON,
COLE1i L. B1LI-'ASEp
To Ibvssie 1). Slav atid N1ldred Long,
Defeodaits above named:
Takle notice, that fle Complaint in
fi.s actilon, and] the Sutni Iouons herein
of which tile foregoingu is a copy, Was
filed in t(le office of the Clerk of the
Court of Laurens County. Southi Caro
linm. ofi tle 15111 day of Anguist, 1919.
Daled August 15th, 1919.
WM. N. OiRAYDON,
COLE L. IILEASE,
1-S t P1laintiff's Attorneys.
OUR VUILCANIZING APA1UAATUS
does Its work so lierfectly thtt when
we return your tires you will find it
hard to. determine where wa% the
puncture or tear. You will have prac
tically new tires without the big ex.
pense. Don't send yo.ur danaged L res
to the scrap healp. Send then hert to
ho made splendidly servicablo.
IALNEY ELECTRIC CO.
Opposite Post oMCe.
Laurens, 8. C.
Farm For Sale
213 acres good farming land
i igh state of cultivation.
wo and a half miles from
Laurens on good road.
If you want to buy or sell a farm see me
Clyde T. Franks
At Farmers National Bank
Early Autumn Apparel
Unusual Style and Smartness
Complete assortment of the newest styles in all of their chaim
and originality are here for your inspection and approval. There is no
scarcity of merchandise in this store. We knew months ago what con
ditions would be and prepared for it. Never before have we shown
such complete stocks this carly in the scason. The pnces', too, are very
moderate when style and quality are considered.
Suits of Unusual Smartness
A rare assortment of Si-ts of extremne smartness. In their richness
of modeling, the fineness of material and tailoring these Suits are in a
class of their own. Wooltex Suits in materials of Peach Bloom, Silver
tone, T ico ne, etc.
Clever Fall Coats
Many of these new wraps are developed of Silvertones, Tweeds
and the new smart Polo Cloth which is surprisingly soft and light of
weight. Belted or loose models, with convertible collars, raglan or set
Smart New Fall Hats
If you desire a large, graceful, drooping brim hat, softly draped tur
ban, smartly turned chin-chin or rolling brim sailor in either Panne or
Lyons Velvet, in all the latest shades, including brown, taupe, navy rust
and black, some with facings of black, coral, rose or copen, smartly
trimmed with ostrich, glycerine fancies, wings and pins, you will find
them here, where everything that is new in headwear for fall is represented.
Trimmed hats received constantly as they are turned out by Gage,
Vogue, Rawak, Spencer and other style authorities.
Dresses Which Command Attention
They command attention because they are unusual as to style, as to
fabric and as to price.
Frocks of Paulette, Tricolette and Tricotine. We are sure no more
thought nor more infinite care could have been put in their selection.
The prices are now very moderate but it would not be surprising if these
same models will shortly be selling for more---so that early selection not
only insures a wider choice but a minimum expenditure.
CASH DEPARTMENT STORE