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LiAUINS. S. C., MAY 51 192Q.
If all c" our. politicill gathcrings
Were as gentle s and haririniouls as out
Colilty conven11tion londay, it would
lot o. oI place for the gIItIer Sex
to be plro e bil til im. 1u 1 31 as
con ven t ols. likec elect ins, are it)( at
wiay:; sic h ord -1rIy an1d gentlenmanly
afTairs, w'e do nIIt b c l ti that the wo
isens wouhd feel t at hiomsie iin I tt. lit
fact, exceinig possibly the ab;snce
of i grIt deal of tall: 1n1g. thle conlven
tion Monday wats inr like a 1). A. R.
ieeti ng thaln a political gathering.
We hope, for mainy iore like it, hut
we may not get them.
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A N\V iItIA.
Tie Sothi k a ro Ini ais Demi)ocratic
Convention which iects inl Columbia
oil the iIth will have t college presi
deit as a deilegate from this cotity.
This is probably a very unique Inei
den't aitd dist iletion for Sot th Citaro
tina sIolitics unit one well worliy of
note. This delegate is doibles's not
ordinarily iiterested in polities a1s a
gaie, Iltouglh, as a leatde r of boys tnd
men, it mutst he takel for grOaited that
he is interl.St.ed inl til politics of the
nation. Hlis williignesis to serve as1 t
club delegate and thient as a Couity
delegat t e is al indication of t imtore
hit rm1on iois feeling in tte Deiiocratic
party inl this state and of a higher
pIlane of preselt day polities here.
Dr. Douiglas, this delegate, has been
drawn out of Iis iegular sphere of life
into one with more turlbullent pos-si
bilites lby his initerest in o1' Presi
dent and the colstritutive administra
tioin of thet! Democratic party. It would
be a valuable experience to him as aln
educator, a tribite to the cause of
education and, at the same time, aI
wise Selection froi a politieal stand
point, for the( state conventioni to elect
hiiii as t delegsate to the tic pit jonlt tCotn
ventionl in San Francisco.
81. PW'l's (11U111
fil NDiED YE.lt 0,l
ent14enia Celebration Ioldt t it 'eu
ditol With ishopl Guiierry. Pres
ent to .Wahe Address,
Anderson, May 3.Te entenil1
celebration of St. P'.s churci at
'Pendleton took plat'e in Ite little
Chure, which is s o wetl tIresert ed.
Sunday afternoon. This is thte chure
of the biilliant .statlsmn, Jtohn C.
C'alhoun, whose( namie is on Itie toster.
Therite arle otherS (P1h Crlted name; al~so
on this roster.
'1The Rit. hter. W. A. (hulerry, thte
bishop of I tieioest , gave the addritess.
11e madtie aI st ronug priesen tation of t he
ditties of churichl towople, of the ifl
(lice oif a church in ai commutlnily atnd
the slendidu hieria~ Of this iiitieh
in this (ommniiity, and of' tthe mlens snt
w~omen liof tshis ohurt itwl Vho had beenua ani
'lTien lie so) kt of tie conceptlin (ot
the church aS the hliy .of Chlrit and
not sin orgainizat ion ,iut ant organiism.,
l~e also le:iat('d for a uiiorsas lnihrch.,
Ilishuop Guerr i ai tha~il~t he he'tb'ved
ins a league of nsatiins, with rieseivas
tions,. but bCko of this leaigu:- thiere
muilSt he teal bhehnloid (!f man.u
tbilii'sng issue befOie th woild todty.
Assisting in Itie ce remnoniles we ire
the( tlev. .tohn .\1. Stoiey, rctor of St.
-lPait's it presentl, atnt the 11ev. (sity
- ~ Our .ipologIes.
We regreit that siioitage of haboi
forced us t his wveek to omit asdver
tlsemtitcs ot thle fotllowing f ims:
Adam iii toto r C o., (Overlandsi Au to
Lee Ti're & Itubb~ter Co., (Auitotmobilt
City Vutlcanizing Flattion, I(Chaittau
P1. A. tFutlleri & Co., (Garage Oin Casl
.1arney EIlectric (Co., (Cookling D~em
* onst raut (1ion tis Week).
Lauren.s .' isie I ouse, ( Pathe Phton
. grapths and Ilecords).
Wrighit-Serutggs Stioe (Co., Stiairan
McIaniet Vulceanlzing Staition, (Tir<
Iarksdtiale & itoletr, ( tinunce).
'Naturet's Resmedy Co.
'Cheek-Nect Coffee Co.
William Solomon, (Jlewelty).
~ All good folks, too.
(Continued from Page One.)
endorsing the democratic administra
Lion in Washington by its tinalillolls
adoption of resolutions introduced by
JuIge 0. G. Thomupson. Mr, 14. 11 Mle
Gowan sccoided the resolutions In a
short speech scoring the replican
party for holding uip the signing of
the peace treaty with Germany and
Its alliest, (Dr. D. M. Douglas alPo
spoke to the resolutio, declarlinIg that
the Wilsonl administration had cared
for the interests of tell South and that
Presideint Wilson liimself wouild go
down in history as on e of tilie greatest
president.s the nation ha(d uver had.
\\ithout tIlle sympa etitc inlterst of t1
W ill administra-tionll inclu0 ilg, Sll
retary o", theh Treasury MceAdoi Set
retary GlIass and Secritary illstom.
he . 1aid, the Soluthern farmer today
Would not be rkeceivinig forty and fifly
ensfor. his cottonl. Dr. D~oughts wo0,
a studenlt underl Pre-tsident Wilsonl a!
Princeton Unliversity anid is anl ardent
admirer. of .\r. .\cAdoo. It Is; possible
thlat he may he puit forward inl Cohnl
bin as a delegate to the Deiocrati:
(ollvelt ion inl Sanl Francisco.
'T'le resolltiolls of' .1udge Thompson
were as follows:
"Whereas, Our Country Is entering
upon a contest bet lweenl the two groat
parties tIhat have alternately shaped
thl policies that have Controlled ever
Snele t lie foundation of the govei1111n,
that will exceed in intensity anythillg
hitherto known inl the political hiistory
of tilis oilllry; and
"Wherea s, thet, achievemlinltsA of tiw
Denmratie party silne 1912. Ii con
;trulctiv legislationl, in efforts; to r
(le ie peollie from 111e disastrolls a.
feets of party greed, Class legislation
and special priviliege, which had been
fas.otned uipon them unr1111 long drawn
out itelubliilicall misil. has far ex
eeded anythinig of thl kind inl a like
period since tih fonilldation of the I6
"Thel crefore, resolved, That we wouild
"arain the llepublicanl party for. it!;
policy of class legi.slatioll, special priv
ilege and xtravagailce and for foster
ing political corruption, that h olds ou1t
public oflie as a prize to the liglest
bidder; we arraign1 that party for its
defea of tile international traty, the
Wilson m aliill' ldopited by the nations
for Worid pacifiention and 'world up
lift and hiohi that, for its blillders anlld
fol its impotelly in dealing willi vital
issues. it has imeriteld and w\ill receive
ovtrwhilnlijig reul)kiio in lthe Novenmer
"Second, We reaflirm our alle'.lance
to the grea't Meo111a1ltle party and
-liedae to it our 'arnlest and ulilite'l
"Thir,1Tht dlegar~tes to the( Na
tionlal Conventlionl shlould go unin11
struc t, x PtA that the nomin. 1u1S;
have given, anid is now givilng, to Pr's
dent V ilso ll ad to till De'llm eralic
pabb ai bey the ns givti'o Spth'
lloin rat soutionsllll~ on ich c('on1li
(idertion was pos'1Itll pond ngmotfin ofi
.\v 11.1 .W.1 .\Idav the ground that oi
''hoy m ih beeftk e ist re'flto by'l
those m)embersai( o he'arty hol (Ifuld
notl rsu, ora wr~i'yt:e I lnl~
"W )111heeask edcton tie Ilhe best 11afe
onard and rothesrs urn of i 111(111li(tI
Democrtic ovement andli~'o Ameinan
t"Where nnv ate ruoe the sine 0mo 1o
11r1011 11rty iad th his w of tlt he lStiI
be i i thei s 1i ing f nthe Icl te oIll by~l
tao votr1 an wrdterbf th euad a':
proet e precmaryad lC'5O1
lio'hof -a, agoresivge ani pvoiensat
thest inotrces in 19r1 l, adqatei Cir
inlcating ako oudto ri
n amhonl tahort vote asucel as taxn
damen.tle wanes andl~h nrove in out
puliea aschool)1yte, ndtions whirtel
salarit not teavehexit,' and whorgil
ian tnd sould btremdid
"Now thereforiess he i reole bi
thel Democtic Clonvlention ofde.
For Sale---Nice young Jersey cow
fresh in milk with calf. 1rice-$85. D.
'. Todd. - 4L--1t-pd
Runggles For Sale-Fiume smart
styles in buggies. Open and top bug
gies, rubber or steel tires with three
colors of running gear to choose from.
T. 11. Sumerel. 12-1 t-qpd
Imst-Friday morning, April 23rd,
irobably between Mrs. J. L. Nabors'
and passenlger depot, a cloth handbag
containing pair of glasses, probably
about $10 in money and other articles.
Findier piease returi to .Mrs. H'. V.
Ferguson at Davis-Ropers store, and
ret elve rewvard. 12-1 t-pd
For Itent---Nice new storeroom on
i Mast .lain :t. See 11. M. Wolff, L u
Cars For Sale--One new Allen tour
ing ar- , c e new ' Chevrolet tou riig
(,i. o ( nit w -ie\- tiaice I 1-2 ton tr tr ck,
and .soveral good used cars, froi $: 9
tllp. T. I. S ntelivrol. 42-1 t-pu1
Foi. Rent Two ulpstair* roomsw sulit
able for ollices or bar-ber shop. 1.. E0.
Todd. 12- 1t--!")d
So., S(ratyed or Stolet-'lteagle
liiitch, white and black so,:tted, with
Ia ovei(r het' eyCs. Answ ers to namne
"Nellie''. $10 ewa rd for iir ret urIn
or evideltnce a to her whereabouts.
.lohn F. Stioid. Watts .lills. 12--it-pd
For Sale-New Overland Ionuring
car, equi ipI(d with extra tire and
bumper. A bargain. Palmtetto Auto &
Acces. Co.. I'ione 200. 12-it
For Sale- --One Ford car. T. It. Ers
Fillr Saile-One Ford roadster, with
Vew top, seat covers, newly painted
and mIichani 51ism1 thoroughly overlall
ed. I will sell cheap. \\. It. Knighl.
For Stle.-Aiord touiritig car in good
condition. Price right. Vincent .lotor
Cat Co. 412-1t
iiatills- Salvia Plants for s.le, 25c
per ldozen. Ms. .1. U. Sullivan, South
Jlarper Street, b aurns. -12- It-id
For Sith- oa to 1hnts. Early and
meldiumll. \Will resistant and several
other stailard varieties, I:.'> per dozent.
.I. G. Sullivan. 12-1 t-Iid
Striyed -Two hogs, red wit h bl ack
spots, wevigh abott lito lbs. SI rayed
f rom mi l ylot Tuesday mornin",. J. A.
W11*ateid-- Soda fountain clerk. Apply
n, l'owe Dru" Co. -12-1'
Iiolls---A eool stiinner room Ito let
to gentleiman1 or to iiai and ife.
.\lrs. U. A. Puller, lones. St. 12-21-pd
(1un1no For Salie-- have onl haind
several lols of 9-2-2 guano for sale.
Come Iickk. J. i11. SOullivanl, Illr ,01S
S. C. -12-11
For Sale--One Jersey cow fresh in
Imilk. First calf. I 'ri'e $5. .1. W.
Ilendersonl at lerclhailts & laImlers
iondved \\'arehouse. .12-it-Ipd
For Sate\ - -Mediimi s izv refrigerator
in splendid condition. A bargain. Pe
L. G. lalle. -12-lt-pd
LOst. --I tun;ch of key.; bietwoen (GiI]
kersollu IIoIse and depot. .\ay bt iden
tilled by "'. & W. C. switch bey ()n it.
i"inder please notify John L. Gilker
son and reicive reward. 12-it-pi
Por Sale---Two iice .crsvy cows,
fresh, -0Eodll and Ibird 'nlf. 1 1. iC.
Ilendors< n. Gray Court Itaiite .
Notce-Al pei'~rn are hetrec
warned not to hire or harb1r1 Charli
G.ranit and Georgeannila G'rantl who ant
itulder oni ravet with It' t'or 192o. .Iohti
ll1avenportI I11urens lIt. 1. 412-il.-pd(
Iost -(One white settir dog, brown
spots oi ies. Iiast seen niear hoilit
of .1 . 11. Plowe-r, I'aurns W. -!. Itv
wa-d for inforilation or retr11111 to V
TI. .\larinii at \'ticent's (;a rage, Lami
NoiiIce' -See uts for yomtr fly sc reins
scre i'door110s andit windo1(w: and anii
kind ofI geneiral rpair 'work. .1. II
an C.iiie .\al.Hid la 1. . Ito-per'
Pilgs Fori Sa e- ---I hav~e rome n ic<
Iiuroe iis for sale. Ilntitlted to reg
istraotion. WVill soil (1heap. Over
stoulked. '. .\. Owens, C lint Ion, I tt. I
For SalIe One matuiired bioodl son
aind twi gills, all regisiered i)tarou'
and br-e. to riegiste'redi ,Duroc' boar. \\'
W.XX Yearr'in, Gray ('ourt, Itoute :1.
ii Iu.Ri -. I .llidd of roua. 1h iumb-i
ait $2.:0 perl huindried. Il;'aley Aber'
1!lise'1 Wiing.- et. ouii prices bie
fore Iettinig youra ('ontract. Phlone' 20i
a ndc )i repeentatL ie will call. We wirt
foir tity or tire insu;r1ance inspec'ttion
TIrot ter .<: larrT. 9-St -ini
Noti ee-,-dia turenis 'Tarust (ComRpan)i
willi pay you 6 pea' cent interest foi
youri money, 15-I
F'or Sn ie--T wo or thIiree huindreiti
biisheis of corna at $2.25, -ir bushel
A but 1,0001 or. miore bundiilets of foidde
(Rens, itt. 5., 41'i-i
.ilk angd ('r'eamn- -XW'e arie niow pre
,at'ed to) hiandie mriie ordters foar laill
and eam[i. DliIveries~ twice a day
Hilleri'st D~air-y, II. ('. "leminag, P'roi
Phionie *l('1. 41i-2t-pi
Wani ted'-lIiidus toi cona ut s ch sioc
,iuiliding at .\t. .P'Ieasanit. PaOrt (I
Iinaober in oildi 5 build ing toi be u set
-For pl.an iisee (uy 1R0. .l ore, Clerk c
IloaRd of Trusateets', it. 1, IL~aurens, I'
N oftle- --Afteiri May 1 st weO enn praoRI
Siso' good SeRvice' to thtose' customer-'
OnlyV who uase lce coupon01 tickets. To'(
muRlich time lost making chaange. Ie
can be boughtI at factory for' eaisl
Lau1i(rns Ice IFactoriy. 41 -2t-iu
- Notlce- of Lost (Certifleantes of Dep~oi
Notiee ia hereby given that Cer'tif
. cates of D~eposit No. 2922 and No. 29R2
of itank of Cross ill, datedl Janultt
24, 1920, have been lost (r mnisplace
Sand that- I wilI miake apliIcation it
(ltduplicaltes of samei at aad ban11k C
t.iay 27, 1920.
Rt. TI. I ifLINOGWOll!!1H-,
AprilI 19, 1920.- Cross .11111, S. 1
'thle Quinino That Does Not Affect the Hei
Reeuioje of its tonic and laxative effect, LA X
TI VI RIROMO QUININ)E Is better than ordinal
Quinine and does tiot cause nervousneCss n<
,lningr in hafd. Remember fihe full ntine iir
n t ah.e ignatuien of M. (V. OItOVE. 3'J
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I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Clerk of Cooirt of Laurens
County subject to the rules of the
-1. A. SULLIVAN, Jr.
I hereby announce myself a candi
(late for the State Senate from Lau
rens couty and ple(lge myself to abide
by the rules of the Democratic pri
mary. 0. P. GOODWIN.
I hereby announce myself a candl
(late for the senate from Laurens
county, subject to the rules and regu
lations of the (lemocratic primary.
I hereby announce myself a canil
(late for lie'state senate 'ron Lau
res county, anaid judge myself to abide
by the rules end re.g.ulations of the
0. L'. LONG.
I (,.1801,lNE SYSTEMS
Oil Tanks and Pumps, Air Com
pressorsi, ('omputing Scales, Floor
:cales. Show 'nses, Account Reg
isters, Rebuilt Cash Registers,
Safe.;, Store Ilixtures.
TIHE II.1 1140N SALES CO.
Couia, S. C.
C. C. Featherstone W. B. Knight
FEATHEESTONEK & KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
All Ilusiness Intrusted to Our Care
Will Have Prompt and Careful Atten
Office over Palmetto Bank
Mr. Featherstone will spend Wednes
day of each week in Laurens.
The Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Oftico in Peoples Bank Building
C. E. KENNEDY & SON
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls answered any hour day or night
Simpson, Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
Wil Practice In all State Courts
Prompt Attention Given All Business
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Promi)t Attention Given All Business
Money to Loan on Real Estate
Office in Simmons Building
W. M. "NASH
Terracing : Leveling
Gray Court, S. C.
0. Langdon Long
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Enterprise National'Bank Building
All Legal Dusiness (liven
CLYDE T. FRANKS
Few Equals and No
,Also Few Farms for
-. Farmers ! See Me at
FARMERS NATIONAL BANK
Laurens, S. C.
S No Worms in a Healthy Child
- All chIldren troubled with worms have en u
healthy color, whit indIcates poor bloo, and as
rule, there Is more or. loss stomach d Iturban'
SGROVE'S TASTELESS chi TONIC given regulon
for two or three weeks willi enrIch tho blood, ih
provo the digestIon, aind act as a General Strengt
en cing Tonic to the wholo systemn. Nature will tha
dthrow o'ff or dIspel the worms, and tho Child wIll
.in perfect I -aith. Pleasant to takea 4Cc er bott
Ei VER IYOFORE in the history of the world have such aston
Ishing opportunities been presented to young men 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, ratcs, etc.
GREENWOOD BUSINESS COLLEGE Under sano nanagenent
Emanu11111 Business College
REEN WOOD, S. V. Asheville, N. C.
CR'NE ViEE1 P'LLER1i; Its
For reoviig Auto \Vheel, Gears, etc. New
Locking Arm holds Puller on your work. Send
for Buletin D), P'uiier Arhor Press, etc.
Columbia Supply Company
S23 WEST GERVAJS STREET, COLUMBIA, S. C.
A. E. HILL
Former Solicitor Seventh Circuit
PROSPECTS AND BARGAINS
We Have Them Waiting
FARMS AND CITY LOTS
We Have Them For Sale.
SULLIVAN & MADDEN
Office Old Robertsen Hotel Phone 419
and~ wr y da.y . ComeL inl any timeVI andl
arr 1ange your own program. Ini leisur'e
and~ comifort, en'joy the veriy kind of
entertainment you like - for as long as
you l ike. No obligation whiiatever.
Perhaps the newx (dance mf'ui aoneals.
most - perhapls the popuilar song hits
furnish your kind1( of entertainment
or perhaps you lik~e band anid orch.estra
music bewt. Whatever your tas;t2, the
Columbia Grafonola wvill gratify it to
your he:' rt's content. Every record is
perfect in its clearness andl sweetness.
:1Corme in and enjoy a Columbia enter
tainment this week.
a WILLIAM SOLOMON*