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LA I'll EN.S, S. C.. NOV. 19. 1919.
One of the worst afteriatlis of tlhe
late war. is the Crop of plre'ss agents
it devel oped. Armistice or no armlis
tice, anteliidiments or reservations, they
wrI-ite, write. write right along.
The prt'd(ical disbeandi iig of ihe city's
fire departiieit, which has done faith
fill and efficient work for many years,
and tle losses inci(red hy recent fir'es
forcefillly siresss tlie need of a paid
firie department for tlie city. There
was a time, when the city was smaller,
wlIen the volunteer deiartnent amply
filled tile ne 2eds of the times but
yoting1e neiiihers have not taklen the
plae' of the older men who have nee
tssarily given tip the strenous work
Ci fire fightinig and today the ejty is
practically withotIt ilre fighting.
torep. Fire ighting is um a hat
iazard gmile a111 cannot he sucC(es
llty carlried on by anyone ha ppening
ito he oil liand wlent tle' fire( wagon ari
rives4. ),mt revituires. considerable knlow.l
tie lte appartis as well as tihle
wil t hep.A Small paid deparlanlent
tola tinucleu- ar-ounid'which volunl
T C mi 5 lay rally wlen the tires occur
has aboitt cole 1l tie a necessity, tar
titilarly sincec the sound of the alarm
doesn't lrilg lnt the nmber of lielt
erI- that it. has dlone in lie past.
0 * *
A I TRII ATION.
Willingness to arbitrate in a dispute
bet ween employees and employers
does not necessarily indicate a will
ingness to accept a just settlement.
Take the statement the other day of
.Alr. Timothy Shea, railroad labor lead
vr when he maid in speaking of the
threatened railroad 'rike: "T.1'here will
be no strike unti. tiir last effort to
reach the desired end by arbitration is
exhausted." It will he - 'served that
3Mr. Shea accepts arbitration only as
a means of gaining certain ends and
not of Col) promisi l ng tie demiands of
both sides. In other words, he would
will by arbitration, it possible, but
win, which is on a parity with the ad
Vice given by the ilserly father to his
soil, "Get iloney, 1mly son, honestly, but
The arbitration idea, where third
parties (are brought in for settlement
of disputes, is So Susceptible of abu se
that it will hardly be permanlently ae
eepted by either capital or labor. For
(ither side to gain a vertain end it nust
only make a greater demand than
It explects to get anid l eave thei. ar bi
iration. comm01ittec tCo ('011mprom~lise. I hw
sutch comItt :1een' fail ICo g 1lrat sini
part of the dlemlanlds, for 'w hen '.wo 011
lionlent 1om t01( oge ther(1'I it arblitate,' thll
pubhi c C expC'ts both Iidellis to y'ieldl some
aI comparat ively easy' matter' and (
repu11tationi is gin ted at thle samne timC11
for b eing reason able. 111ut the pltan
will not work always.
('apteain "'Pete'' Iludgen.;, who hase
been1 under(I' treatmen('it ini a govern
mnentI. hospItal sinjce hiis returnit froir
ov'erseas, ('amle up1 to th ci('(it y Thuris
da~y from1 Mouutv'illec, wherle lhe is visit
illg relativ es whlli le on a leavle fr'om t he
hiospi tal. ('apt. Il udgens, it wvill b
re m(ebeed, wais a miembi r o12'(f Ith<
si on an wl( ~as severely'( 1''wounde( id in thi
operations againist the Iiludenbhuri
line. lIhe has1be'en untdergoinig Itrea
mlet sinc'e that tlime iandl has 1101 ye
entirely recover'ed, at pre(set b einii
on a furlough which will last unuii
about Chri ist mas, when lhe expI els it
ret urn to the hospital for' fiial tr'eat
ment. Caplt. 1 luidgens Is alccompanlie
by is wife, who was formerly Mis:
.Jervey, of G reenIville.
.James T. Crews, chief of the cit3
fi'e departmnent tor' mlor'e than twenlt:
years and a ('har'ter menmber of thi
fire comipaniy, hasi sen1t In his resigna
lion to the City Cionnell and has re
Itired from actIve charge of the depart
menit. Ai.lr. Crews has missed onl:
ci ght flires duing thle ti me served 01
the' force, a record hardly sur'passe<
by few fi remien an ywvhere, and1( has
miiade a filthifull m14 eber of thle force
since thle II rsl day lie jiointed. II I
id hIt h11le is the litsti me'mber of the
oigJinal fIre complanly, which was
formedC~ by3 Sut . If'ra~nk IEvanus thirty
lIve yeiars ag~o.
At Youngs S4chool.
.An1 oysteri and bIIox Siupper21 will ht
given at Youngs school house Tlhuirs
day' night, to which thie publlic Is cor
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to receive and forward applications
from consumers in these classes. Hav
Ing these applica t ions for linmediate
requirements on tle, the coiittice,
will be in a position to act promptly
and quick deliveries 1will be assired
when the restrictions now imposed arc
Such plants as manufactured food
ice aid cottonseed imiills are not af
fected as they have been placed it
the same class as public utilities.
Chariot I, N. C., Nov. 17.--While th(
great majority of the cotton mills it
the South Atlantic section are run b:
electricity generated by wator power
they -will be inconvenienced 'to somi
extent, aCcording to fanufacturers, b;
the order of the regional director o
the railroad adtminlstration in Atlant
restricting the delivery of coal to tli
first five clrisses In the priority lisi
since coal is essential for heating th
hiuildings, for dyeing and other p ic
osen in producing tle manufacturel
Reports from Spartanmhurg an,
Greenville, S. C., centers of the tex
tile industry in that state, deelar
that f'illy 90 per cent of their mill
ar :ldpondnt on coal, and it is sai
that thi larger numbher' of tle mill
in f i'etnille would he forced to ctlos
lowin if coal is clit off for live o
St. L.oii:,: Nov. 17. The southwesI
orn r(gional fit110 colmiitlee, which ia
I ortiols. lie distriblution of coal in th
soil Ih westerni railroad regi on Ioday ar
nounted that tiere is availablt oil
a bout thre weeks' supply of coal i
ho t'nited States and immediately h<
gan making plans for fuel coniserv.
lion in its district which the coimil
tee bliieveis will bie absolutoly nm eces
sary in the event. (lit striking co;
i iners do not returnii to the min m
within a few days.
.1I E 31BHE lRSII P CA'A PI GN.
All Day Meetitig to4 be Held al ('hes
tilt. lhdge School.
An all day meeting in the intieresl <
the membership campaign of it,
Chestiiut Ridge laptist churclh is to I
held Siuday, November 2:3rd. Il
followiig prog raim has been arrange(
10:0 A. M. -S-tuday school.
11:15- ,---ur-N1Inute Speakers.
I 1::110--llecitation--"Is i Nothing l
You?'' Iy .\ariguerite (ain.
11:-10--Addrtess and open Conferene
Address by W. ). h'll imason.
12::0--Presetmat ion of cerlticates.
1:00--Adjoir'nmen t for li ich.
2:00- -levotional--Mr. .I. 1). W. Watt
S2:20 --Address- -:11ev. S. Ii. Templemia
:1:0o- -Ilt'ading -"Thanksgiving Ann
liss Iielen George.
:15--Ser, mon -11ev. .1. It. Williais.
Everybody bring I1unch1.
Th'le tiuiart('rly ileeting of tlle 21
Division of W. .\l. I'. will he held
Prtintiloni, Saturttday before th li'
Sundoay. .Nov. 29I, I191I9.
by .\t's. .\aggie l)avis.
Enrollmnt of delegates.
Addrl ess of Welcomne-NIliss Ltie TPa
II tsp~onse-.\Iiss l'thiel lialen Iit.
''.\ly Itesptonsibility on the use of
I t hat is entirusted to meW as a Ste
aid.'' Mi's. T1. '.N. liarksdale a
Appijoini tment of cotmmittees.
.\It's. 'hiarlotte 'I ipp.
"'In whlat ways thei caimpaign w
huild til Chrtist's Kingdom?'' .\I
tS. I I. Tlemitplemiani and '\Irus. Hiighi W
Ite port from the Suimter' W. M1. I!. c
vention. '\Irs. .1. 5. Henniett, NI
Rteportsm of committees.
NI rs. Carie F. George, Pr
Mirs. Blrooks Nash, See,
No lkd' WeevIls Soen Yet.
Asked ab)out the many reports I
. bol1 weevIls had been seen In 11
.. county, Farm Demonstiator loc
.statedi yesterday that ho had not se
,any and that ho had no ditnlto knos
edge of any having -been found int
Icounty, Ut, he saId, he learns ti
they are In many sections of Newbet
('oumnty just across t he Laiurens; Ii
and that in all pr'obabillty some
t Ihiem have gottIenm over int)o ibis Co11
No Wormsm In a Ilealthiy Child
All children troubled wIth wornms havo an
healthy color, which IndIcates poor blood, anti a
rile, thecre hi more or less utomiach dtisturbmar
GROVE'.S TASTEilSS chill'TONIC given regule
for htwo or thrco wet ks wJsl enrich the h~ood,
provm tho dttestlin, ondi Ket as a G2eneral Streng
. ninug ioulc to the whole system. Nature wIll ti
bhrow off or dIspel the worms, aind the Child wIll
$ SPECIAL NOTICES. $
I will not be respoisible for any
dobts or obligations of Mary Carter,
111y wife, or ally of ly childron.
18-1 t-pd WIlalAAM CART10R.
WanItd--iScveral bushels of Burr
Clover seed at once. T. 13. Sumerel,
next to Owilgs & Owings.. 18-It-pd
For Sale-Several good Fords, biwo
new ones, one with starter and elec
tric lights. One old model roadster.
All in good shape. T. B. Sumerel.
For Sale-Maxwell to ng car ill
good condition. Ir... T. Diunlap,
1au1rells, S. C. - 18-1 t
For Sale--One trilned setter hmtth.
W. G. Bean, Watts ills- 18-it-pid
For Sale-One 1 I1 p Ile touring
Car ill iIst class col lol. Practical
ly iew. 'Palmetto ut0o & Accessory
Co., Phone 200. 18-11
Lost-Onle black and tail lntiU1d dlog,
answers to name "Garf'. -jast seen
near IMnoree. Re rt- for his retlrll
or information as his whereabouts.
Notify Tom W. ItInett or John W.
Holt, .11%, Lattrels, S. C. is-it
Need--Oir - ices for.-wagon seed are
- alwvays a litth abov the regular mar
I ket. We are sp ially strong oil Car
seed. Can 1e0, tle ImilIs oin tihe price
of 7 per cent meal. We have [lhe goods.
See Is. .1. 1). Cu bertson. IStf
- iirning Diays -Our gin days at
Siaddien ale Th 1 y ad Friday u-if
till further notice J i.lhertsoll .
eFor Sale T 'v o tho1ou grli'd
I ferkshed 1 its, ve1n weeds old. T.
I '. Sumerel. Lau .. 18-2t-pt
[ao Sale -0e .e y co anw, fin ordit
ary condition, will come ill next s ring.
Prio 1105.00. T. I. s merel, t 1.1enS,
S. C'. I-I t-pd
- ITi'es -lIus received good line of
fresh F-'isk tires. W carry all lt
e conmnon sizes. T. 1.. Stimllerel, Lau
renls. .4. C. 18-11-lm0
Tat let' -Onr red iniary with d1ulck
Y collar and halrnetlss o I Ill al any
t barnlIndasorni wabo r plas
eall for same u"pon Wt'in 'golr adv. and
feea. Claude '. ile y, Iaurens, 1
. 1 . .-. 18-11
- For Siale- --severa hnI 7 dredI busheh.l
rClev oland I l 11011 ntolll sed, puI rI
Offered at $5.00 ler hu'tSndred pound s a.1
mi home. l. A. Sumerv, Iaurens 1t
s F. 1). 2. 18-2t-p)(l
Lost-Onle male setter about. ont
year ol, liver color and White Witlt
large brown spots, ('ommon01 size dlog
Any information leading to rcover
of thlis d'o. will be appreciated. Leor
Hellamfs, Gly Court. 18-It-p(l
Form For Itent-F-or information se(
fW. G1. lalnsnter at 1anterprise Bank
Notlet--Strayed fro ny pemi ise
n tle 7th of Novebrt, three calve
e abot six mIonehs old, wo males an
: one female. Iast seen about one 1111
west of Gtray Court, Any informatio
looding to thiir wve. heyabouts will hs
grlactly aplwreiatel. P1. .\. lellais
Lsrt--On 9th of "November, blaci
l sow pig .weighing about 71 pounds. Hi
ward for return or Information ats U<
wher, pig is. Floyd Smlsith, ott W. I1
Knight's place, LIaurens, tl-te 5.
. Loyi--it Mt. Carmel fail. light Vol
ored army raincoat, also gray woo
,' sw.atr. Letft ll stand at fai-, Re
warI for reitn. 'citder please noti
fy. t. .1. Johnson, Laurens 1 toe 5.
FIIie 'tlt'e-_In olare unch of iol
' atle. the best that Van he bought it
TIeniesse, is oneii'mported registere
S.zersoy, Alo hefeP.es in.Sl m'il
tlln, on. bul 1afb-Ifrm tit
- cers of thetiI et po in e 1ini .(( Tenestl
, Al, two oterhlllvs Com an-i
1-lio o themove. Te gias re gilt:as
ni'.s. hoallamst an flit lot owigs C.a:
Cour't.S 'ltn tui'I is-2t-p
a trald---Nc Srelglhor1se1 well lhre
'lho-ie iflee t 1eft' m hetarn' tSunda i'
light., l'indaer plot. Aof gme. Tel
fl. (11(llant. Warck Shoansle. See onV. I
For Sahe---Oel'a w t-hosan, cina
huggyrad atreset brck lhft tovli. .\rt
y- ii.1. . arrett, litk tda', 11 1 n 11- 7
taket-n 's1e si e bullk te'alf .wit
lasoke on. Owner enae leae ba
rea thise obbieor. wrie -10. le-rav:
I- For Sal-One Irixie'l c~a on sa0f
he itllC fu outit mber' :on lthie goon
byand aevelteand igolabor.~ tWil 'uttan
ry byz loe. As. 1ol toweT.n go.otumrIar
of rens A. Ille,'ovlet. 1". I-.
il lrated---Party withn '- -omplete Stat
Is milo~tit toth manfactuean ('out
X- nas30, eedwt pwirn, Iti'be.i'oalyto
I itnh, agesC. Addes anx 39, toano
asr ald-Anthin' lin the It)alrl
rs shoots andr fuinerlo ino'pigs.C. aj
Owens, t~ ntonuperten1. 17.5
rly ort Sle-Nce e'Itghnto dwling
clsell itatie, stweraeee.r
es otdeaynd "ett"inge.ors 'Iee W.i
bu fstilg ate P.r Mite,. I~auren. Ma4
For Sale-'New Ford cars with self -
starters and electric lights, Also new
cars without starters. Also some
ot'her second hand Ford touring cars J
and' roadsters. T. B. Sunierel Lau
Ions, S. C. 18-it-pd
For Sale- 'ew houses and lots In
city of Laurens, Laurens Trust Co.
Attractive Propositiona-In new bev
crage open to Laurens dealer who
will act as agent for wholesale house.
Open for immediate negotiation. Caro
Hima Distributing Company, Green
v-ille, S. C. 16-3t '
For ServIce--2y thoroughbred reg
istered Hampshire boar. At my resi
dence. Geo. C. Hopkins, Laurens, S.
C. 16-5t-pd "
Notice-dAurens Trust Company .
will pay you 6 per cent interest for ~
your money. 15-tf
iioney to Lend-I P.m prepared to
place loans on imlroved farms on fav
orable terms, and at reasonable rates
and expense. Apply early to C. 1).
Horses and Mares-Fino bunch of
horses and mares for sale at my
stand at Laurens. W. II. Wharton.
All persons are hereby warned
against hunt ing or otherwise trespass
ing upon my lat. aa on pain of being
prosecuted to the full extent of the
W. S. BENJAMlN,
18-l1 -Pd .iountville, S. C.
.l persoi ar he. by warned un
der Isenialty of th, . against hunt
ilg mr inl any wa t easmasslig oil our
15N-'2t .\11 . .1. 0. V. F' l4E11NG.
.\ person1s arle hrleby warlnled ui
der penalty of the law, against. hunt
ing or in any ways tresassing on our
Is-it - Pd .1. 1'. and 1. .1. NA ili'RS.
C. C. Featlherstonc IV. 11. Knight
FEATIIEllSTONEr & KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
All Business Intrusted to Our Care
Will Have Prompt and CarefiA Atten
Office over Palmetto Bank
Mr. Featherstone will spend Wednes
day of each week In Laurens.
FINd L SET'TLEME NT.
rake notice that on the 16th lay of
December, 1919, 1 will render a final
account of my acts and doings as Ad
ilnistratrix of the estate of V. 1I.
Motte, deceased, in the office of the
.Judge of Probate of iAaurens county, at
II o'clock, a. j., amnl the same day
will apply fo a al discharge from
my trust as AJ i nistratrix.
Any persof indebted to said estate
is notified and required to make pay
ment on that (late, and all persons
having claims against said estate' will
present them on or before said date,
duly proveii or- be forever baried.
Nov. 12., 1919. 17.-5t-A
State of South Carolina,
Counity of Lauren-cls.
IN COUl't COMMON Pl'1EAS.
.1. W. 111," Plaintiff,
SOUIJll'RN 10Xi'ltlNSS CO. and
A Alt1CA N htAl LWA Y 10N PltidSS
-CO., as successor, D~efendants.
To the Defendants above nanmed:
You are hereby sulmmfonled and re
quired to answver tihe c'omplaint in tils
Iaction of which a copy is herewith
ser'vedl on you and to serve a cop~y of
your anilsweri to saId (compliaint Oin the
1subscriber at ils ofllce in the laaurens.
-Tru st ('ompa)~ny lldi(11ng at Lanurens,
South Carolina. i thlila twg'nty (20)
dl(ays after the servilce hereof exclusive
of the (lay of such jservice. Itf you fal
to1 ans~wer' saId C ml11 ilainlt within11 the
time aforesaid thelJ'alntiff of this~ ac
11011 wvill aply 11)3 the Cour t. for' tihe
- elie demandclli iced in (0om1Palint.
-To t ho d efendantIs, Souon '1i'x press
Co., andf Amneireaun IHalway E~x
press Co., as siuccessor', whose
- places of business' and addre'sses
Y' You will please take not ice thbat the
- Complaint in this action, together with
I tihe mmons11fl of wich l thIle abo~ve is a
- copy~3, wais filed1 in lie oftce of the
a ('lerk oif ('ourt of C'omnmon Plie,as for
T Laurens Counity, State of Soth i Car'o
- lina, Onl the I 8th (lay of October', 1919.
c 17-1t-A Plaintiff's At tor'ney.
You Do More Work,
You are more ambitious and you get more
enjoyment out of overythIng when your
blNood is in good condition. Impurities in
the blood have a very depressing effect on
the system, causing weakness, laziness,
tnervousness and sick ness.
G 'ROVII'S TASTELE~SS Chlil TONIC
restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying
and Enriching the Blood, When you feel
its otrengthiening, invigorating effect, see
how it brings color to the cheeks and how
it improves the appetite, you will then
aippreciate its true tonic value.
OROVL'S TASTE~LESS Chill TONIC
is not a patent medicine. It Is simply
IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrup.
-So pleasant even children like it. The
-bodneda Quinine to PurIfy It and IRON
to Enrich it. Tfhese relale tonic prop
*f e rties never fail to drIve out impurities in
e tho blood,
9. The Strength-Creating Power of GROVEC'S
TASTELESS Chili TONIC has made it
k the favorite tonic In thousands of homes.
g More than thirty-fivo years ago, folks
would ridle a long distance to get GROVE'S
TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a
r member of their family hiad Malaria or
oi needed a body-building, strength-giving
o tonic.. The formula is just the same to
.day, and you can get it from any drug
d store. O0c per bottle.
)r. Chas. A. Crom
D A TE
ETERINARY SUR EON DEN
kervice Day an t
Ch es Reason
Will Appreciate Your Patrona
'elephones: Residence 201; Off
Office at Posey's Drug Store
Red Cross C
Get yours wh
10 A. M.,
-G. J. DOUGI
ile the stock lasts.
ENS, S. G.
6urt, S. C.
y, Nov. 19th
Rain or Shine.f
ville, S. C.