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ILaurenls, S. ('.
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LAI'ENS, S. C., APRIL 21, 1920.
On account of a shortage of labor
and paper, The Advertiser was forced
to redice the size of its lIalper this
week and omit considerable advertis
ing and news. We havo been fortunate
enough to contract for a sufficient
supply of paper for the year and sev
etal months' supply has been shipped,
but traffic conditions make the deliv
ery slow. Sh!;ippm Conditions ar bad,
but tht e price is worse. , ler that
The Advertiser is bilg printed on to
day cost.- in the open inarke over thlre
The traffic ordinance of the new
City ('ouincil s'i~ a reasonabli and
lipir one, though objections to some
ri0V15tic miglt he found after hey
are - a a :riti. Wtii every day'
(onuestion it applwars that the oldin
an*ce not toio trin'gnt nov too lax.
It should work out well. It should
not h1e nrc :-ary howe\ to make
whol-sal ;t s :;;. Ita ' llar arrst ji
iu tit most of the arties into effect
for automobile driver. are .ry ofiI
vised of restrct to ab.dl by tiemf.c
Spe:. . of cour.-.. an. iloo to
thi. and ar' no? di.- nuch n-ni
by tih' coirt. Ihut a cat mvay
our friends fromth ' ountry will o.1
to own wi'ho::t a kn it l-: of -
ord1 nanv and' SOi.- thr. oe: ii
ze-ns iay '.n f
ex:.i. b ~t.t
tion on thr- art of the lolicmi n
should i1 otai..1(nt :o .
lie orrlinm e' ::i :. ii? 'tt . (f4
.31 -: I-'.TS M V 20.2 1
''erin nowi hin z \ rratedi anud Wil
bw .N sieule ill i-e. a .
"ros. !fill. A il 1 .-.hi Laurens
"'onntY Tti:0 vu chool Conv..
tion wl;! w, .t I y r wih 'n o
Church onl Thr:dY nd rirla..\a
20th 'nd e.in :.The Famt
no0w undit-r((0 on ira on anad i in..
str i on - I b idv ror 1h 0r nt r
in a vi k or - the. i m
I n n a
A'Hl \'; uh.-op -otliim's% formter and
prse ie .-tud-nt:- andt friends: wil
be~ (de~,rbt d iio know 'hat Ithe mo'.ing
PIitre, "Withr Dl i [ay by fDtty"' wvl
be pireen ted at thle Opera I ouse
Thursday, April Tah, afternoon and
even ing. Th is is a thItree-reel finm,
showing' thle Wint horp students' life
from Seiptembl er uintilI they leave In
June. The Winth rout Pageant has re
centlIy been adlded to thIis picturae. Th is
pictureii coimes utnder the aiuspices of
the Thusiness Women's Club, andi the
proceeds willI go for' the u p-keen of t he
'Ladles' flest Rloom. Regular prIces of
10 and 20 cents will he charged.
Every one is urged to see this ,ple
S.R~A C. DRR~o~t~o, Sec.
Dliinter to Contfederates.
The J1. 11. Kershaw Chapter, U. D. C.,
will serve a dInneor in the parlors of
the liaptist Chuarch on next Saturday,
April the iwenty-fourth to the Confed
erate veterans of the county. All vet
erans are cordially invited to attend.
Dinner wi'll he servedl at twelve
Preachintg at Orny Court.
The regular Sunday afternoon ser
viees have b~een announced for the
Dorroh Presbyterian church at Gr'ay
onrt nae Suiy aw t 3 mp m.
NEW ('ITY (OUNCIL
(Continued From Page One.)
On said streets all of said vehicles
when parkcd or placed, as herein pro.
vided, shall Ibe so parked or placed as
to be parallel to the citrb. Merchiants
Whose places of business are located
in or on said streets, may be allowed
to stop or place their automobiles,
trucks. motor vehicles, or other ve
hicle in front of their places of busi
noss for such period as may be neces
sary to load and unload the same.
F li Jail Alley, Silver Street, or
Garlington Alley automobiles, trucks,
motor vehicles, and other vehicles of
any kind. may be parked or placed
for periods of not exceeding thirty 130)
mintes at any one time. and when
the Saie sial be ;arked or placed in
said stre ts at all tines su flicient
Slace- mI .t be left for the free and tin
obstructed passage of any and all traf
( No automobile. truck. or other
motor vehicle, or other vehicle shall
be parked or placed in any street. or
other public place within the (City of
Laurtons other than hereilhofore
named, un less the samtie shall be
parRk d cr pliac ed on the right of tie
(enter of (ath of such streets or pub
Ii I No automobile. truck, other
moi.>r Oehilor other ve-hicli shl all
O park(d orl pled on pax' of th<
paved stre(ets of the City of Laurens
*)Ctwe(n 1114. hours of 2:2 A. M. and
A. .\l. so as to allow said streets
to he pror ily cleaned.
( I I No automobil,, i rick. othtr
Motor veicl. o' Otli vehicle shall
b. par1ki (I or ila nearer than tet!
te l oeittt of aniy 'Oirner.
IJI Ii l ase of art ailarm of iire be
in, giv en all veh icles of every kind
acidldeSCription in operationi o,. motion
t;1on an:' of th strorts. s'uares or
otlir' ciblic llace-s of th(' (ity of La.
ri s shall !til-m1ed iat.ly be driveti to
the tight side of the street an be
Iroliht to a full stop as neir to the
Ilrb or sile-walk as is possibi...
Sautoobile truck. motor1
vvliicl. or othe' vehile shall e palek
'-l (r iloed a4 ilrm tt-ri und-r thlis,
Ordeinean"'. vlost r to any other auto
inoble.trark. otorl vchielt. or other'
''hiicle. so parked or lpced rlt -,.e
han xw. lvi' (t2e inches. andl a:' f'" a
tiolible all sch vehicles shall Ib
'arkedi or place twelve l'.,e iich's
a; pa. 't an this ('le'aranice ort distance
'ua' n t''. at al tU. - whr-a th': samei~
it 1111"4 ee I.ll-lC v 01.
I f No xt tomiobile, t uk oo
v'' i e 'r t hr i' 'ae'i le si;all I' top-.
c .i t(he ('n -1 of I t r-t v,
-oother pulie ,c
it of I-i nt : o to allow hr
Ira . I' ai'lr, ir anytg i e''an t be
1*arryui x'n t-n er:in lh N - l - er
xc'' I rin in - of1 l~ a 1.
lini- I .' Ia , ~i ch ' re i t o e
u'll,- o n
.'b 'i'ialat ('(t'alht .!o'o ilal",)t Con
A qi I: I t . f .t\i t 5 of, t 1O ',
Al oAe'o''mil otf e e d.
-ti'tel'. of ea res r'i('sl~ler C),
mand'eryu atl e halp\oindy ening
preant ~ ~ ~ C~ athapondho r
Lcearned the Rules.
"D)oes your husband ex pect you tt
obey him?" "Oht, no I He's been mar
Thte Iloard of lTrutstees of School
Ilstrict Suit ivan No. I , of Lautrerns
Cotunty, the State of Sotuth Cat'olina,
willl offer for sale to Ithe highest bid
der for cash on the 5th Clay of Mlay,
1920, at the oillee of Slrmpsotn, Cooper
& Unbb, Laurensi, S. C., coutpon bonds
of saidl School DIstrict In the sum of
Tfhree Thousand D~ollarse, -bearing (late
September 15, 19191, and maturning
T1wenty years after dlate, wvith Inltr
est at the rate of 6 lier cent per an
nutm, payable semi-annutally. Sealed
bids 'will lbe accepte~j. No) bICd for less
than pat' wIll be C:osidleredl. The truts
tees reserve the right to reject any
or all bidCs.
SealeCd bids may he directed to the
Chairman of the floard of Trutste es,
ecare of Simpsot, Cooper & labib, Lau
trens, S. C. The sale will be at the
hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon.
WN. I. PREEAIAN,
ChaIrman Board of Tru stees.
$ SPECIAL NOTICES.
For Sale-One Ford car and one
Oakland Six. Palmetto Auto & Acces
sory Co. 40-1t
Strayed-Several weeks ago, from
my home, a gray-colored .Jersey cow,
dark back with short horns. Had on
halter. Any information as to where
abouts will be gladly received by W.
'. Cres.s or .\Mr. Cresswell Fleming.
Lost-Somewhere in town Tuesday,
Twenty Dollars. Reward for its re
turn or for information. Glenn Mar
tin, Gray Court, Rt. 2. 40-it-pd
For Sale-Ten pure Berkshire pigs,
eight weeks old. Will deliver at Lau
rens. L. .M. Beacham, Phone 85.
For Sale-Two cows fresh in milk.
$125 each. W. D. Byrd. 40-it-pd
For Saile--One Fordson tractor,
thoroughly overhauled and in first
class condition. .1. MeC. Barksdale.
Found--One white setter dog, brown
spots on ears. .. 1. Power, Rt. .1.
Notice--See us for your fly screens.
screen doors and windows and any
kind of general repair -work. .1. Ii.
and C. M. Hiddell, at 11. L. Roper's
Lumbner Y~ard(. 40(-y t-pdl
For Saie-Two j'ood milch cows,
four to select from. J. L. Power,
(ray Court, Route 1. 40-it
Pltrs For Sale--I have some nice
Duroc pii.s for sale. Entitled to reg
istration. Will sell cheap. Over
stocked. '. A. Owens. Clinton, Rt. 1.
F-or ae-.. F. Gilr-eath house,
forierly .\lrs. Emmta Roper's house,
on Irhy Avenue. Price $7.750. Apply
to 11. .\. Wolff or II. K. Aiken. 40-t
('or l-or Salv- -In the ear. $2.00 per
bu IshII,- ". D). If. ('ounts. 440-11t
For Sale--One matured brood sow
and two gilts, all tegistered Dultroe,
and bred to regi str (,tl I',utroe boar. W.
W. Yeargin, Gray Court, Rout( 3.
lost. Str'aydfl (1t' Stolent--On the 15th
onlih I-llt reid mare tuttle, weigiling
about 1.mm lbs. Stiall knot oti right
forefoot. Please notify T. S. ltagwell.
Foutntain Inn, ioute 1. 4-It-pd
Corn i-'or Sale-In the ca*. $2.00 per
huhel. D. If. Coults. .10-1t
lor Mal. - Onr. .Iets.y .Iilcl %ov
and calf. Third calf. Good mvilk(r.
Price right. Ge. P. Jeinkin*, at WIhi.
tonl ( 'o ing11 ('o. ;10-lt-pIl
hor f. -4,urb . \\' e shi:p djirect
n rj lo.' from Gor.:ia Iill al! dt)1
drq's:;eri 1111mbe(r. Inl sen,1dinu for prie
s ' ivi us i'mized list of gl intity
andl ar id. wanie (' k . & C(-.. (Gas
onia. N. ('..0.1
Corn 1or .tlS . In tho ear. ,"2.hl t
1)h-l . 11. u ntil s. .o 1
d -r A -.tl lie-i - pin "vt"w
t ,' :: :!ol i
I t i - I 'I in : uolitl a. :- r I d
.! b pe~la. ~ ih r r-ward i'* r,
1:r e to .\ r . .1. 0 . :'. .'! lin::.
oil C1 ol li . t.-r e.l.
clo:'ad d 1 ). :oma-.
Grat 'u . ,- -
Corl F411r Salt AI llh. ear. -.11.0 t-r
or 'ale i' -land I i! !! 11 1-r
. bs to ilt. 9 n r
S'o r . i
0 , ItitI 'iC 1 11'11
shte(' .\l. I.. Nash o I
R Tst res :,If d r ulm
ol' a r (n .nI iu;h I
;AXAIVE abh-M foIIN Talet enve-h
r i m cn ntrs or~.
E.W G inonE' r. lieon'ex tf
V. Aii ti A I St D. 1' . T d , at
caot Th4is terebny gien "tnto tin t.'I
dtrsipgt dl intend to 111le wIth I lotn. W.
I'antks I love, S'betret ary3 of 2ta:te of1
Sothl ('arolinta, on Avtill 27th, 19l2t, a
Ilecilaaton for a Charter fot ''The .\int
Cola lottIlng Comtany11) of II arris
Sprinags, -which prtoposed~ (orporationt
ii- to have~( its tprltincial Idlace of' buisi
neIs" at Iliarris Springs, Sotuth Caro1-I
lina, and the general natutre oIf the
butisIness whIch It prtoptoses to do Is to
bottle and sell .\ltnt-Cela, (ilnger Ale,
andI other' soft drinks, to 'ar'bonate,
aerate, bottle and sell mineral water,
and a general bottling business. The
laplital stock of prolposedl corplor'ationl
to be Ten Tihoutsand D~ollars, divIded
ituto 1010 shares of the par v'alue of'
One 1fundred iDollars ($100.00) each.
Notlee Is alsodJereby gIven that a
meeting of the stubscribers to the cap
ital stock of saId corporatIon wIll be
hel dat the offlee of 1)1al & Todd, 10n
terprIse Nation~al Bank buIldIng, Lau
rens, South CarolIna, on 2'ith (lay of'
AprIl, 1920, at 12 o'clock Noon for' the
PuIphtIose of compjlleting the organiza
t of saId corpor'atlon by the elec
tIon of ilrectors and Officers, anid for
the transaction of such other' butsi..
ness as may reogulai'ly come before
M. L.. SMITII,
J. McD). MOORlt,
RI. F. JONEIS,
1wt . L~. CRIEWS,
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
* ANNOUNCEMENTS. *
I hereby announce myself a candi
(late for Clerk of Court of Laurens
County subject to the rules of the
B. A. SULLIVAN, Jr.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the State Senate from Lai
rens county and pledge myself to abide
by the rules of the Democratic pri
mary. 0. P. GOODWIN.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the senate from Laurens
county, subject to the rules and regu
lations of the democratic primary.
PHIL D. HUFF.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the state senate froni Lau
rens county. and judge myself to abide
by the rules rnd regulations of the
0. L. LONG.
Notice of Lost Certificntes of Deposit.
Notice is hereby given that Certifl
cates of Deposit No. 2922 and No. 2923
of Dank of Cross lill, dated January
21. 1920. have been lost or misplaced.
an( that I will make application for
duplicates of same at said bank on
May 27. 1920.
it. T. II0i..I-INGSWOR'll,1
April 1 f, 192A. Cross .11111, S. C.
Adver!isieient for Bids (in Opera
Tie City Council of Laurens will
receive sealed bids for the rent of the
opera house for the term of two years.
hids to be in City Clerk's office by the
morning of May }rd, 1,920. and will be
opened at 10:00 o'o '. .\. City
Council reserv s t v 'lht to reject
any and all hi s. s must be made
with the undt .- anding that all ne
groes will be prohibit ed from opera
house entirely. Opera House will be
let to hi 'ghest biddr.
W. RI. RIICHElY. Jr., .\ayor.
SAI- W. CAI-AWS,
City Clerk. .10-2t
NOTICE OF ELEC'ION.
sniv of Souith Carolina,
unty oft' Lau . rer.
nm-! r. of the. qualified eletors andi
r- 'ler" tres idin i in Sullivan school
d :,t No. 7. I,auren ontyomm. otlith
U( arcn-t. okin,, for an (!ctionl Igon
ll .:; on of votin. an additionlI
I mil! lax upon th,, property In iei
;eiiool iirtriet. to be Ived for s "'U ol
1itu,1r A.S ihave bl) n filed 'with the
eo' ''ont of erleation. an election
i1 he:t by ord''red u ponl sald (u.:tio n
I tIle(tion to ho h ld on Ih i:!t h
day of .\ 'il. 1921). at Im llie :'-hool
bui1 lh Inl said di -trict, uznder- the
~am :irent of the trusto's of r:hil
On suvch el c tors as retit rn real or
per.onal propertv for taxationo and
' ibit their tax receiptls a:td
cr'eg! jt olIo certifientes as", requtitid in
hi en' ral1 election shall be allo.uved
Thor favoring tle 1 mill addilivtil
1:. 1I vo . a hallot 'contailin! the
,vmrd "Y- "w itn or ! nrd h r
m. 1T o-o a:: Iin , t e I m ill addi
ilal 'ax !hall vote a ballot contain
N d V'wr 'e o printe-d
I TIO * tiltI T
(1 I h i''lie
ly,~~tt Solu ('arolin:'. 1. for' an nice.
midtional M ti!! tax 1.pon the; pro
lerty in said :'se l oldistrict, to lie tused
f'tr school pit 'o. (', liii.e beten filed
with the c outnty board of edutcation, an
''lectloln Is liereby ')rd(ereid t lon said
tiet ion, ridi (l(eet .on~ to be hld on
tihe 24th (lay of A ail, 1920, at.Graycourt
Ow intgs fBuild!ins; in said , district, tun.
derx thc mlanlagemen'rt of the tstees
of said school dlistrtict.
Only such elect litns as retutrn real
ot' pers'onlail propety for taxation and
who exhihit their tax receipts atnd reg
ist ration 'er'tifientes as reoluired in
the genleral elect ion shall be allowecd
Those favorilngi the 8 mill ndditional
tax shall vote a hal lot containintg thtc
word "YIm" wt'ittetn or pr'intedl ther'e
on. Those ngainst the 8 mill addi
tiontal tax shall vote a ballot contain
ing i~he word "NO" wrItten or printed
thereon. P'oila shall open at tihe hour
or 8 o'clock inl tile forenoon andi shall
remain open until tihe hotur of 4
in the aftetnoon when they shall be
closed, and the ballots counted.
The tr'usteesq shall recport the restult
of -the election to the cotunty auditor
and counaty superintendent of edluca
tion within ten days thereafter.
Rl. T. WILSON, Supt.
39.-2t By or'der' of County Hoard.
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fec-its fragrance and arome
For thtat very appetizing flavor
try IED) DIA[OND) 00FFEE.
Yotu will like it!
Ask yotur grocet'.
EVER BEFORE in the history of the world have such aston
ishing opportunities been presented to young ien and wo
men. Make 1920 the foundation stone upon which to build
years of future success and prosperity. Your future Is In your
own hands. Will you make of it a succes sor a failure? We have
started hundreds of young people on the road to success. May we
render the same service to you?
Write for particulars as to courses, ite:;, etc.
GREENWOOD BUSINESS COLLEGE VUnder same management
GREENWOOD. S. C. Alivlle, N. C.
PROSPECTS AND BARGAINS
We Have Them Waiting
FARMS AND CITY LOTS
We Have Them For Sale.
SULLIVAN & MADDEN
Office Old Robertsen Hotel Phone 419
Cor'rect styles~ III S"Ilnlg
ff'2)[ Car for allI occ!a
siofl~r Mlail orders filed
IN PLAIN PUMPS..
. oalthe ncew creations in One
EyIet Ties. Oxtord anl
IIuc kle P'iups
S nd I II r ('aII i a tie
IV; Pay i'll-rel Pwt haue
"THE SHOE STORE"
WRIGHT-SCRUGGS SHOE CO.
126 Morgan Square Spartanbur1, S. C.
WILLIAM F OX *
in~ -?4ne gre's
OPERA HOUSE IML 23
10Oc (Includtng War Tax> 25c