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WAR TIME RULES
PLACED OAN FUEL
(Continued from Page One.)
hious1es and theatres and other public
-places: of aiiseient may burn lights
only between I p. in. and 10:30 p. Im.
"10xceptioln (F). Barber shops may
remain open from 8 a. In. to 6 p. in.
"Pixception (G). Dalries, ice and
refrigerator plants, bakeries, plants
for tile manufactue of necessary
mediciiial products. waterworks, sew
c.rage plants, gas manufacttuiing
plant, ants operaitig Coltiuous
processes (such as acid manufacture,
blast furnaces, etc., printing plants
for the printing of newspapers, Ile
ilodicals, batery clarging outfits and
plants prodneing light or power for
telephone. telegrapil or public util
ity (ompanis are excmilpted.
"lxceition i1i). 9)n Saturday nights
lime of clositng meintionled under lara
graph 2 will be extended until 9 p.m.
for tores .Milig food and wea rIng
"I. lbtwoeen tIe hours f 7 a. .
and 4 11. ill. only enough heat (ob
:ained from coal, as. or steaml)) iay
be uised in offices, tores, warelhouses
and mantifact rin11:g plants as to keep
the average werature at 70 do
grees F. Ihlis t em peratu re may he
minitainedi 1 hin theatr mloving pie
tu n anld olier places of put)
le amuiiisemlieniit 11ween the hou rs of
1 ). im. and 10::'0 p. im.
'"xception. on Siturdays the teli
perature may he maiiitained at 70 de
gre's het ween 7 a. im. and 9 p. im. In
case of stores handling food and wear
"2. After the closing hours on
Satiurdays and after four p. m. on the
remaining weck days only enough
heat is to be used to preveit freez
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Prompt .ttention Given All Business
Sloney to Loan on Real Estate
Oflice In Simmuons Building
W. M. NASH
Gray Court, S. C.
The Lnaurens Drim, Co., Laurens, S. C.
Dr. T. L' Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Office in Peoples Batik Building
Undertakers and EmnbaImers
(alls answered any hour dany or night
iirnesonn.Cooper & abb
Atorneys at Law,
Will Practiee in all State OCourts
Prompt .\I Ientin Given All Butsiness
Uses thei Sapphire ball Point
N ie1 s whli ch guaranitees
perft et one. D ouble spring
1io'or i utipped to play all
iakes of Records. Most
onl the inarket. - Only a liin
hil numtiiber of these Ma
chb.s (lm be supjpledl tis
Sen n. S-o conme early and
ce ihis Machine demoni
0. 8. SIMMONS'
M usic Store
lintitns . . - .C.
1ng of water pipes or sprinkler sys
tems, on weeks (lays and on Sundays.
'Where excetions are made in certain
classes for lighting, heat will be al
lowed only during allowable light
"3. Manufacturing plants or plants
coming under power curtailment rules
heat (to 70 degrees) will be allowed
only during that time allowed for use
'. No curtailment on use of coal,
steam or gas for producing hot water
for hote ls, restaurants or barbershops.
1. No manufactuing plant or
factory shall operate in excess of .18
ho'rs per week.
"Exeeption CA). Dairies, ice and
ref rigerator plants, bakeris, plants
for tihe iiianiifacti re of necessary
mleicinal produnets, 'waterworks, sew
erage plait., gas -i anu 4tii irin g
planlts. plants operating oltitiiouis
processes (such as acid aiitillulfacture,
blast furniaces, etc.), printing plants
for the min tig or iewspapers, period
leais, battery clarging outilts and
planits proliting light or 1ower for
tilepliote. tele 'rapII 01r publie titility
co'pan1ies ar' exempted.
"lxception (t1). El'evator' Service
utiust he curtailci as mu11ch a." possi
NationnLl lIestrictions Ordeied.
Washington, Dec. I.--Wartime re
striction s on tihe nation's ilsi, of coal
Itore strin agiet eveil than those ap
Pliedi dluring the war, were ordered
ilt%) effect to(ay to stave off fitel
Mloved by reports of diminishing
coal stocks ainl growing danger of
(Iistress in numerous sections, the gov
ernten t .sought to con prom ise witi
stiriking mine workers whose walkout
forced the emergency, hut asked for
iatio al 1leterni inat ion to endlure pri
Va lion 11(al dliscomfol t 1 lt il coal
niiiang was resumineil on its terms.
Fuel Aliministrator (Garfield, actinlg
hi (oijunetion with Ile Iailroadl Ad
miistrati on, gave 11oice that hvre
after only the sseit ial consumers
incillued in tle first five classes of the
war priorities list wotld he supplied
with1 coal and asked the hel) of all
state a)i l tilulicipal auithlorities 'to
iake rationiing effective.
The oriler, which inide national
those restrictiolns :alrelady put inito 1o
(al ef,:., by regioni Ioal itcotlittees
where 1w' pinch oif tiel shortage has
leln 'eb lts off sIpplies frim a.ll
ht Iratsportation agelcies. which iT
cludle iiternatital aid coastwise
shippinut as well as railroads: federal
ald local govertnment institltions i1nd
est 1ab iliients, includifing COticerns
workin. on !overl iiinen t contracts;
i1 e till ti;, iutli nmg lewspaPer'ts.
anl retail dlealers. tailroat( Almin
iratin olfial ts concetled 1 hat it
nitill wid(-spr-emi o'r'ssation of inl
ri t i l operation:1;. -mnly jhil r y
the gravity of the sitliationi.
i'.lectrie I'iowver Immclined.
\thu11na. Ga.Doo. 1. Thermu
ionts effective todiay .;horfeaning hours
of stotes anod indutistries ini otrdir to
iirevent ai ('oal famitne "'apply amilke to
sm aciuallIy buineiii coal, oil or otheri
futel ini theIrt 1'lanits antd those' using
.h-(trilIuWt powe .l'hether hydrosm-ilmc
0' of Ii ui'hsrns5 5 itn ani
nS 'int'd e It st i t :5 V.
1 to dl imtant u'onoui itil.i dependent'ii
ill imily' oin ?teamo ptrtnei clee
tins. howiever., to Itermit iiroCery and1
inen st('re aid mill h iipot : to re
iamn open uti' p. m. dsaily e xcept
'-murt da y when heir closit: hotur is
itm. It ruftused reqlut is of other
shlinos at I p. mi., thast tiny be( lhEr
miled to runInini opit Sifter~ thasit
hzour p -oidedhi they ti edi oely ocandh-is
I r lor'os(!ni f''r liseht anid no heat.
W (awih t t Ixrs u epa.
TieryIIiWitefor'd. .\a God bless
IN A FEW HOURS
"''i'H pes ('old ('omipoundi" ins't am nt ly re
Ilieves 9 nll'ss iu i distrPe's,
IDon't stay .iliffet $p! Qti t lowintg
and( snu tffli ng.~ A /oso of "''pIe's (Cli
C'omtpound"l' tsi < 1 every two hioturs tin-.
lii three do5Ys 51are takieni usually
Theli very fiiraI l ds( oipi'ns iour ielog
Iged upi no0Sfrl and thi Ile airi passages
of the head; stomps ntosi' running ; ri
eves t he heiadachie, dutll ness, fceverish
nes, snieezinrg, :soroness antd st iffness,
l'ape's C'oldl Comlipound"l is ill
<qttikest, Silrest rel ief knowni a nd
co:st5s onily a few ('(nis ait dug. sfores.
It. aicts w- viithot assistan lci', I aste icle,
contalins no fitinaine- -- islst ilpoli
Oystet Supper. Coton 011ititigs Increase. Teachers to Meet.
There will be an oyster supper at Mr. C. W. MeCravy, cotton reporter, The Laurens County Teachers Asso- Privileged CharActers.
,the home of Mr. Lee Langston, on reports 40,927 bales of cotton ginned lation -will moot in the Schopj audi- The 01( saying a bull In a china
-Friday evening, Dec. 5, for the benefit it the county prior to November 14th toriu Saturday morning, Decembr 3ho" Is ot a" Idle one when te bull
of New Prospect school. The public as ait 30,043 ginned to the same 13th, at half past ten o'clock. referred to Is one of the tribe of
is urged to attend. period last year. ancred cattle or idin. In the streets
6f Calettt members of the sucred
At Nw Jarioiiy B~ Superat Mrna MideWStains. head romn tit wvill. lIn tile eyes of the
AtTo remove mildew stNins, rub witew orthodox 111n(u It Is sicrilegious to
There will be an oyster supper at There will be a box supper at Mrna lemon juice and salt. The same treat. Intrfere with'the atte's liberty, even
the New Harmony schoolhouse, Frl- school next Friday igt. Dec. 5t. mont wll removo peach and all friut when It takes them into the city shops
(lay night, December 12th. Tre public Is Invited to come stains.. t a m D crowde d lnewhirs.
iCOUNT THE ALLURING CIRCLES
See last week's paper for prizes offered for correct solution of puzzle
Suits, Coats and Dresses This Week at
WELLS CLARDY COMPANY
LADIES' SUITS $39.75 SILK DRESSES $19.75
1525 Ladies' Silk Dresses of Taffeta, Mes
1rc tie V ai es Su$so4 S r e, Veor0n saline and Crepe- D -Chine. Value uip to
Tricotine. Values $45.00$27.50
Special $39.75 -Special $19.75
LADIES' SUITS $43.75 SERGE DRESSES $19.75
15 Ladies' Suits of Serge, Tricotine and 10 Serge Dresses in Black and Navy
Velour, Black, Navy and Brown. Values $50 Values up to ($27.50.
Special $43.75 Special $19.75
SILK KIMONOS LADIES'COATS
Satin and Silks in Pink, Rose, Tan and Broad Cloth, Silvertone, Velour and Ker
Price $15.00 and $18.50 Price $1.8.50, $25.00, $37.50 and $50.00
Centemeri Kid Gloves are Best Gordon Silk Hosiery
Wear a real Kid Glove and get the best. Fashioned, and thecolors are fast. Black,
Black, Navy, Brown, Tan, Taupe and Gray.W
All0 S gres n and Navy.
Price $3.00 per pair Price $1.50, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50
_________A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE ___
(AEOR(aiTTrE WAISTS. Hll) Pi1ght Tuberculosis by buying Red CREI EJ CI';.11
lak, Wiv, Bownh Tin , N Taupe adGy
A7.50, $10.00, $121A Cross C hritmas reays Br1own a Fieilrd it 2se.
Pric $3.0 pe pai Prie $.50,$2.5, $300, 3.5