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LAUEILNS, S. C., MA 12. 1920.
I)ANC I NG.
.\ I r --tdace inl Gr (.nwood hasz
bw, 11 .aad4 ilh, oe"-asi-on of ;severe -rit
icisim (f dml(nain by the ministers oif
that city. The seriuness of the of
fens ' 1arut1 at this d.aIe ha
doubie~ Ib-K:: been 'xaur ea teed to these
in itrs.' but it Cannot he deniale
that within r-nt y(ars the conldict
at danleinl, not o ll iv Green ol lbit
(lsvh.l 'ere. inicliluing .tilons. has not
bCeen above reproach. alancing is a
foril of ailmseniilt that has been *'n
.iedy' by yountu peo;Ile for ages and
one with which we do not find fault.
but sin ce t he pas::ing of the waltz and
two-step and the ilt introduction of tile
Ie W(rI dances with their "J.azz" mu sic.
the atmosphere surrounding it has
seemed to change. There has been a
breaking dlowit of the bulwarks of re
straint which ha4 left room for just
criticism. A reidy to prevent the
dance from coming into disrepute may
be applied by young men and young
ladies who will not be afraid to con
denlil the violation of convent ions and
who will demand that a man must be
a gentleman lb ifore ie- Iris the frCedon'
of the flor.
W' fNol that The Advertiser goes
0ut to its rCadeirs today with some
rIl tar of it. missing. ".\hlll Kate".
who has so loet,. coiltribluted to its
columnis, is dead and he litter's to lite
palwr ar, n inore. With i her passing
this paperCit. losie's a valueld correspoil
cnt anil a faithftul friend. And the
colintv loss one who by her influence
and WxWi. was an asset not to lbe
valtued in material thinigs. Ier con
tribul tim to .Is wvas in) the g"ood sle
dlid. Onie may take the files of 'I'lme
\dverliser and following her path
thlru-chii its colimls he will find tha!
cheerftulIn ass, love anl resptiCt for lier
fellows, conseCrated Christian tIought
an . sirivinig ail*r ng e nn
hia raetlrizedf a11l of, her writings. To
thee ollalities, as well as the CeX(el..
leilee of, her diE:ion, mayi I' ascrilil
the warm pla T shte had inl li -ih -ri
of her r -aders. ''Annt I Kate'' firs,
thoughts Ii.%tly wir "!f iiir own fdi.
il h e m le 1 l ei r -1C, y C . , and
qtals. and 1m-01, . LO: lh;%,.- I e )fyai
to '~ll ;41she w.ill lonl. }l- . ;I ih n
iiiu l- *. 'y T: d eri
S :1 . - h pl i n ruCl a
I Ihil C i. woo :;i e . y n..
C .1-. i'. weould as5 soonC fight themet as
thc farmans~ii." lbut add~ I ha I if h
'iad tsal sulch laung~ uae. it was fori thie
tplrtpoee of aipesisiia Ipo t~ilhe aid
miiirai IInC tihe I iitede Sftatis still wa.;
The wit ner:s t (hil thle eommlittIen t ha;
hei hadl nt oly~ (auit icned Admiral
S'imis ont that occasion but twice duri
lng flu' wai' not to tl .his fr'iendlsip
for tihe firitishl inulyil infliuenee lhim.
I i'el liseusied ii i the n er' withi th' of
!fleir fir.; in Iloin lie :a id, a ndla - -
in P'ariL. liI' explatiinede that hee se
r'omplt''d by, what lie de:erlibed as a
feelilng glowing inii th United Sitate.;
that Aelhiiital SIms was hermit Iing huis
frieindshlip for' Ih l tritishi to inffluence
Oni nellther oceaslin said Aedmiral
Itonsonl, did lie uise the Ia nguag' at
t'ibted to himi by AdImiiral Sims.
Admiliral Fiims, thie witness saId, hlad
the enire c *'(onlfiden ce of the dleparit.
rient t and hiIs r('commnleda tioins were~
given "'every lonlshcidrtion ('onsistett
withI thte general pol Icy of giving all
possible aid to the allies."' Askedl by
he elchnaian why, If t h it was t rue, all
of Aumirlal Slimit recommenidatIions
were not Iimedilately followeid, the
witnegss said Admi ral SIms wa~is not
charged 'ithI fInal rexnoniillity and
the deplatmeint's acts had to be bassal
on thn gnnnematiatloja.
* LANF0111) STATION NEWS. *
Lanford, May 1.-The .Iethodist
Sunday School and children at be;.
ginning to pre)are a program to ob.
serve Sunday* School Day on tlyg
fourth Sunday in May.
.lessrs. Yates and (hariA WIdI
ent to Greenviile \\'(linesday to see
the ball game between Furman and
\'offord which 'estfited 2 to I 'In
favor of Furman.
\iessrs. T. A. Drummond, F. 1P.
Drinunontd and .1. .\. Ileiling went to
G re nville to -ittend a Masonic meet
.\lrs. 1. A. Thomas and children of
Spartanhurg spent tle week with lI.
and N.'s. J. It. Franks.
.NI r. and .\ris. I'an hailt Rogers of Cav
ins wi'ere visitors at tit lioie of .s.
.\amtli' Druininond Sunday.
I.r. J. 1). .1ohison visited his soi.
.B. it. \\. .ilihnsont of Arcadia, wiho
was very siek,
.\ r. .\. \\'. 1-ov )er has . ui rued home
after a delightful visit to relatives andl
acquaintances in Troy.
Ni1. and .rs. k)in lDn iirns. of Iarks
dale. spent Sunday with their grand
mother, .\Mrs. 0. F. Fowler.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Im tinter, of Lau
rinls, were gliests of .\Mr. and .\Mrs. It.
.\. Parson recently.
MIs. J. S. tiliggins is in Union
spending a few days with lier son,
.\ir. llarier iiggins.
Mrs. J. F. Waldrep and Mrs. C. L.
\Waldrep went to .lendersonville to see
Mrs. T. It. DeShieids, who is very se
.\Mr. W. P. I.ttle'd4 residence and
household contents were entirely de
stroyed ly fire the lattei pait of last
.\. .\M. 1"Fleming has retti'ned holne
afti' an 'xteinded visit to his daighter,
.Mi\s. 'Ylitillia Crouch, at Laeesville.
.i\r. G. .1. :laiiford celebrated his
tieth ainnivelsar*ly last Suiday, Ile oc
aSon) wa s gr'atly enjoyed by a large
nundwllr fof relatives and friends. Hoe
recevived at lot of valtiable pro-Feents and
tilt' silnnlitiolus diiieri ser'ved was a
irl'\' in 'tilinary skill. As every oine
kiows, .\lis. Laanford is capabli' of
s'rviing ,oni of tie best. Aiiong the
gusis presiit vee .\Messrs. it. lP. l in
ford. It(Itoil Lanford, and August
'arson of \\'oodr'iff and Mr. \nd \Ir.
lHichard .\loore anid children, .\Iiss's
Nainnie .\lae and l1 itih liforui. of Ar
Iadia, M r. and .\ irs. Chas. Velnon un l I
liiile daughter. and lMr. and .irs. .i.
( 1iinph of S:cartanhuri'.
TheI new public lighway is prOgres('5s
Ing nice'ly and we have a fiini road at
last to 1-'.nore that is one of the best
in tii' county. We are all proud of
ihis mi ; of progres's in oill' iidst.
.\lIt. ani M\ 's. Stribli visited M. .
.e r.w ,I \\'oodru1iff Suiday af:i r
\l-s. J. 1t. Cooloy ha r turn-d hto It.
11!1' r a --lightfull \i:-it t S mrianhi.
I I It I( \ I I l F 11. \
A' e'tcne . -trleu o l~u i ii' ji l . .t
- ii hI :it lri' . an tii ei eni re a i
Itftuci aentia ferance.Fb, theii pai
flurter ('harige that girls, as we'll a.e
I li daune floori. lii' al i-g'd ini hiIs ix
crioriiin that mianiy personsii -pres'en:I
vailed. lihe speakner saidi. I Ile : aid
"'Greeinwuoodi fell f'oi' thie shuamei ai
e'ltrac eof the thing.''
ThF ii astoi' sa id t ha t (Greentwood,
'n i ih the r'e'Cst oif t hi worild, had b-sen
('auight in the( b~ack-washi of lihe war.x
lie sa iii that loose morals t'esulted as
a i'('n:t ion of thle terible chaos In to
whichl thle world hIIad been 11l1uig''r,
aiirlIh sutggest ed thait "in less speedily
cheickeid, we shial ren''I : a fiigh tful I har
Thrieie evils, ini Rev. .Jester's opinE1
Ion, conisit iuted thle coiinti'y's great.gs
menace today --"prevalence of dink
ing, the gambliug mania and the dance
Money-Maing Called Obsoaen.
Big mioney-mniking IS like dri'nk-it's
a habit. A t first. you wvnnt money
rLnfer you think only of the game, nnci
the money biecotnes the muorie symbio,
of suiccess. Lanst stige of aill, you plauy
beenuse ou eniicnnot stop.-Wailter [i
WevIl in 5tiayn f'i'entig Pnst
$ * *I* $ *I* e $'
$ SPECIAL NOTICES. 5
$ $ S
Notice-Just receivit3 two cases
rubber boots. Come and get 'em. 11.
For Sale-Majestlc 1lange in perfect
condition. Alrs, 1, Q. Leyer, 293 West
.Main St. . ul
S -One Dodge Touring Cu".
in first class condition. See J. .M.
Donnan at led irohi Racket No. 1
pu'int--i have just contracted for
'00 barrels of Roof Paint to be sold
directly from factory to consumer. If
you have weather-beaten shingles, see
me in regard to Ready Roof Paint. R.
It. Diunlap. Phone -186, Iaurens. 413-2t
Roof ('ement----For' metal or compo
sition roof nothing enn be had better
than Ready Roof Cemietnt. Guarante'l
to stop l eaks 111d preveit rust. 11. S.
DInatap. l'hone Is", i.aurencs. .13-'t
Flfli Relt -A fr ilshed room with):
hati. Also wou ld tei t garden. \lr..
S. 1). Younig. .13- it
Noteie- -All persons are he reby for
hidden to hire or hallrbol lowar.l
mti, colored, who is uider cont ract
to me foir fotur imonthS. W. E,. 'ald
well, lanurlenls Ult. .. .13-It-p1
Notiee -See its for your fly screens.
screent doors an1d winidows anld any
kind of genermal rtepa i1r 'work. .1. 11.
and C. 31. Riiddell, at 1!. 1,. Roper's
Lumbhetr Yard. 10-t-pd
Plirs For Sitl(- have some nice
l)uroc pigs for sale., ltittited to reg
istratioi. Will sell cheap. Over
stocked. "'. A. Owens, Clinton. Rt. 1.
For Sale--One matured brood sow
and two gilts, all registered Duroe,
aid bred to registerted 'uroc boar. W.
W. Yeargin, Gray Court, 1oute 3.
Lumler-All kind- of rough luiliber
at $3.50 per luindied. I iarley Aber
cromble, Gray Court, ltt. 1. 39-5t-pd
House Wiring--Get our prices be
fore letting your coitract. Phone 29t;
and representative will call. We wire
for city or fire insurance inspection.
Trotter & Iarr. :M-5t- 51t
Noti e- Iaur t-ens Trust Company
will pay you 6 per cent interest for
your money. 15-If
Lost, Strayed or Stolei-4]leagle
hitch. white anid black soptted, with
tan over het yves. Answers to namone
"Nellie". $1o reward for het' retuItn
or evidence ats to her whereabouts.
.lohn P,. Stroul, Watts lills. 12--it-to
)For Sale---n1 Ford roadster, \withit
new top, seat covets. le wly imintied
aid imelhattisnim tItoroughly ovetrhautl
ed. I wvill sell echeap. \\. 11. Knlight.
Iooi-.\ ('001 suimtier' room to let
to gentletiant or to iman atnd wife.
.\Cs. G. A. luller, .lnes. St. 12-2t-md
Lost- One witie set t (l dog, br1owni
spIots. onl vars, l"ast sveen nevar holm,
of .. .j. if. i'ower.,, haurens lit. i. ite.
ward for information or retutrn to F.
T. .1 artin. at Vincent's Galrage, ILau.
renis. 4 -10
. 1WO.iA.NS H.\Cli.
The Adviel of This iaurn t.ents WoIIit
is of .'erl1tain Val ue. -
.a a .1 womliant's back has y111111y
aches an(d painis.
Oftt imes 'tis ..' kidneys' faull.
Thalts why Ioan's Kidltey Pills a1r4
.\iny L.:itrens wolmen knw this.
Ask yourl niel:-hhort
16..!d what o1 has 1to :lv about it:
.\rs. . v. vIin. sullivanl St.. 'aul
Srt'ns,~ .s: ''.\ few .v:lrs ago my kid
'' w i iti o and ' 4 '' 4it i ' a n Illy
h ' lame a-A v11k, u In me
emjt 4:-b'e 4n oan44!'ed l>a '
Mi re: ,u 'd m 1 ft1:4t'. s
i 4 i ' I id ' !.. ~ l i :
V .:Orange Pcrfumne.
r un4(44 Is 44il of I(tit-ZIra in. I'ThIs
pd4)d14'( f'romh the leav es of a snmil
r i4Ln:0' timt4 grown\4 itn ivst 41uan-1
h444 d i!i '. lo d ist ie 14:rn 4' the i
1Iisimn of44f. The44 f4wel of( ibuis Same444
c4ran4g4' is thec Ilunini ing[4eint of
4' 4ring Addr'ssS4 4 ay
Joh44-0 .t(ohn1 S. lt'3ynolds, of1 Atuguis.
444. m4:4(de a sItrong~ 14lea for' thle Salva':
tion1 arm b11'lefore a sitall audttience ('1
thec First .\Iethtodist chuch Suntdoy
afternolon44t. ludge' 1iOInlds dealt 'wiit h
thk' hun(ine144 work of' the Salvation4(
Arm 'in ( ntearhv c'ities and( made(14 -4
de4ep4 Iimpre4'sion on his hearers ats to
11h4 grea':t wior'k this or'gaizaction4 is
(doina. 114' ''oited out that while thie
wo)rik of thIu Army113 was an'tflined1 most?
13' 1(o Laigo (itie's, that thbe stlhler'
towns and rl dt'I(istrIi(cts shld4 144
vitall Inlteries ted In the wr'k herauotse
of thei larg numbtll er14' (If people( front
these' sec(tions re(senelfd by thi' Salv 'i
tiotn Arm'oy after' they are' sttranIde'd in
the clies. lIe made 11o menii on of
ther wor k of lthis or'gan iz'atiIon In thle
wvar nor41 did( he r'efer' to any campl~aigni
for' ftuncds, bitt It Ila undetrstood that a
drive will be statrted ver'y shtortly In
th Is copniity for' tis c'ause under1 the
ditretloln of i. R. T1. Wils~on.
liising SlIn Chapter ,No. 6, II. A. M.
A regulatr eqnvocat Ion of
RIsIng Stun Chapter', No. 0,
RI. A. .\l., will lhe held ont
--~ at 7:45 o'cloL. MNiembers
are r'efie'ted~ to be present anld to be
on hand at theO ap~polntei hioutr. 'Work.
BIy or'der of
JAS. H. SULI~TVAN, II. P.
i-i 'Irmimv Sec.
4** ** * * * * * * * * . * .*.e
* ANNOUNCEMENTS. *
**** * * * *. e e e ***e
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Clerk of Court of Laurens
County subject to the rulej) of the
B. A. SUYILVAN, Jr.
I hereby ani6unce my'geff a candi
date for the State Senate from Lau
rens county and pledge myself to abide
by the rules of the Democratic pri
Mary . 0. P. GOODWIN.
I hereby announce myself a candi
(late for the senate from 4Iure"
county, subject to the t-id d I-e.u
lations of the democratic primary.
PHIL D. HUFF.
I hereby announce myself a .-andi
date for dhe state ,4enate 'From Lau
rels C(ountty. and judge myself to abide
by tho rules, 4nd regulations of the
0. L. LONG.
hereby alilollce Imyself a calldl
date for. the State Senate from Iau
rns county and pledge myself to
abide by the results of the l)emoc:atic
primary. It. ). HOYI).
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the ilouse of lepresentatives
from Latrens county and pledge my
self to abide by the results of the
TOWNS A. WILAS.
OlIAY 31EA.iilIE .S
SIGNED BY COOPER
Ieqires County Oflicers to Keep
Itemlized Statemenlti of All Fees Col.
Columbia, May .i.-Governor Coo
per today signed the four acts of the
recent general assembly, which had
been awaiting his signature. One of
these was the Gray measure by Rep
resentative Gray, of Spartanburg
which requires all County oilcers to
keep an open itemized statement of
all fees collected by him. h'le filing
of a (3mplete itemized statement of
thofiscal year with the county super
visor or county (o'0mm1111issioner, under
oath. whilen so r i''t40 d Ye(I It I
sentor or a l"ajoit:y of the coiity
'I' gellalty prov, I by a compan
ion ievasure is a fine of not less than
fifty dollars nor more than two hun
dred dollars. ir Imprisonment in (oun Ii
ty Jall for not less than two months nor
more than six, or by fine and ipris
olilielt ill the discretion of the cour
Anlot her measb re signed today was
that putting the olice o' ounilty so
perit1n1 'detI of edivatioll of, Richland
(ouv back into tle primary. The
fotrth ImieaIulre was to allow truste('es
of public schlools to insure thle buIIIl
ing.; inmtua insuranllce comlpanlies
01' a )iations hit the oni.Sioli of th,
word "not" leaves 111 act as it was
writ:en heretofore whi(c hv iVeruies 111
lob, ile huilings to bI. ute n e
thev s li inlg flund tonnuis!;on.
Colda Cause Grip and influenza
LAXA7TIVE IROMO QUININE Tablets remove the
caius. T'here ii only o'ne "Ulr'mo Qutnine."
E. W. CROVE'S ciglnatur. on bc.:. 'Mc.
Oil Tank~is and Il'un:os, Air ('om
4 'orI Comp1,131ing SeabsM, I loor1
.>1es, (ho Il,' s. .\(unt 011
Sef.tore ys tureii.
Laurlens, S3. C.
All Ilusiness lntriutsted to (Our ('are
Will Hav1e Promtpt anud ('arefus4 Atten-.
dlay of each wveek in Laurens.
Thie Laureuis D)rui C'o., Lauirens, S. C.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
.Laurens, South Carolina
Ofilco in Peoples lank Builldinig
.C. E. KENNEDY & SON
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls answecred any hour dauy or night
Simpson, Cooper & Babb
Attomnys at Lov,
Wils Practice In all State Couarts
Prompt Attention Olven All Ounessi
Blackwell & SulIvan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Prompt Attention Olven All Business
Money to Loan on Real Estate
Office in Simmons Building
the Quinine Thtat Does Not fdect, tio lisa(
Seen' se of its tonic And laxative effect, 1,A XA.
TIV% BROMO QUZZ#1NU is tetter thasn onintary
Quinine nnd cloes not1 causeR neOusnesellf 01(1
rti ini in he~ad,. Jnesebe t~~ h e it l'amIr
nafor thc a*enftMuo a n. ' V. nnGR . .i .
A. E. HILL
Former -Solicitor Seventh Circuit
W. G. Wilson and Co. have 'opened
for Spring and Summer wear complete
lines in every department.
SILKS in the best weaves.
VOILES of the latest creation.
A full line of Hosiery, Table Dam
asks, Doilies and Towels. A full stock
of Dress Ginghams and Apron Checks,
Ladies' Neckwear and a full'line of
N. U. Wilson & Co.
WON YOUR~ GWN TEM
M OE in any tirne to
a4iy or tomorrow. Pic 0
out tihe Pai6 Lh onograph
you want. 24 Felections
yof yur 0.vn choe1mg on
Z,. oICojv on>
Pth6 rec1rJs. Fix up any
sorl of eaanle .k ms t
uit y ocf-xndi hom-e
mn- a il'oorh that
hacvery good point that you always r:'chon -dt a I~
Phonograph ought to have; and supreme in cv. ~y poin t.
Supreme in tone -and that is the one biggest thing that
really counts with any Phon~ograpl\. Don't be content
with half a phonograph- ---et the complete phanlograp-h
---the one' that plays all makes of records --and plays them
Here's what ycu can get during this Spitial Offer:
This beazuti ful Pathe~ Phonogra ph, 24 selections, 12
double face 85c records, for a total of only
Visi t our1 store( betwe en (hntau.
(fl e ntertainments ank fd hear the
wonderICIful music fr'om the Pathe.
LaureRs Music Co.
THE STORE OF AMUSEMENT
L.auren., S. C.
THAN TH ORDINARY ,
is (:Very gol olir at YO- -d.:
I-mm guph ou li t lav ; ndSu re e n j i t
Sulm-me in tone -and ~ 6 ,ati ie01'lije1td iq ~