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W. M. NASH
Gray Court, S. C.
0. Langdon Long
ATTORNEY AT LAW
All Legal Business Given
Oil Tanks and Punips, Air Coin
1)ressors, Computing Scales, Floor
Scales, Show Cases, Account Reg
isters, Rebuilt Cash Registers,
Safes, Store Fixtures.
THE iiA3HMJLTON SALES CO.
Columbila, S. C.
C. C. Featherstonc Wy. B. Knight
FEATHERSTONE & KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
All Biiness Intrusted to Our Care
Will Have Promplt and Carefi Atten
Office over Palmetto Rank
Mr. Featherstono will spend Wednes
day of each week In Laurens.
The Lanrens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Office In Peoples Bank Building
C. E. KENNEDY & SON
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls answered any hour day or night
Simpson, Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
Will Practice in all State Courts
Prompt Attention Given All Business
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
lrompt Attention Given All Business
Money to Loan on Real Estate
Office in Siniuions Muilding
N ou rrvl h
wOme you with icy,
*cold, refreshing \Wrd's
ion dIrink to Orange.
* Crush! Cooling ao ,cta breezes!
Thei exclusive WVard. proceso
coinhinca the~ de licate oi frora
freshly-piked leannd wiuth
best switr und citric acid the'
4natural acid of ;:inus fittc.
Prepared by Orange-Cemsh Co.. Chrecauo
Laboratory: Los An&nee,
and Lamon.C rush''
Gi ;ksei in Liiiirents by
('OVA ' .('0. \ il'LI IVO.
WOMEN WIlL BE
POWEl FOR GOOD
To Mike Presence Felt in Nation.
'New York, June 2.-The millions of
America nwomen who expect their
political statu-s to be changed by
Federal aniondent. -to citizenship
next November are -going to become
a power for good in the nation accord
Ing to Mrs. John Sherwin Crosby, a
dleiegate to the Demochatic national
convention in San Francisco next
June. A woman president of the Uni
ted States, she says, is remote but not
imnpossible, say in 1914."
"The only two things worth while
at presentt," said Mrs. Crosby, "are
politics and religion. We all should
study both:. how t% improve our
government and make better men and
women. When I speak of religion I
<lon't mean any particular creed but
the religion of the Gospels, the ten
commandments III the Sermon on
(he Mount. The world is mon cy-mald.
Religion alone will free it from its
s(lfishless ani unrest."
Mrs. Crosby, who has been called
"(he mother of New York women
Democrats," a wh ite-haired, dlignificee
mat ron of more than three score vears,
she is the wid(ow of a .jiulge--leelaredl
the :100 or more women delegates
would go to the convention with the
determination to nomnate a strong
inan1 and put through a "constructive"
"it will he the greatest convention
ever -held,'' she said, "becaise womeni
for the first time will have a voice in
it. I expect to see a bitter fight.
ita tiularly over ,the <iuestion ci'.
majority or un it rule. I can, of course,
only speak for myself and what the
woneii may (10 when they en ter the
coivetlion will depeid largely u1p011
the act they take in the preliminma ry
Cauticilses. I believe anl effort will be
madle to mit a plank in the pilatform
calling for a modlilliation of the
Volesteal enforcement aet and peir
mitting the manufacture and sale of
light wines and beer. I 'believe, how
ever, that everyone should be obedient
to 1law%\. I oppose anarchy and social
"All Amlerican women,'' shte Coil
tinuedi, "arv sufferers from the prohl
iters. We must fight 'timtt and I an
si we have ingeti ity (nlough to de
vise a way to defeat them and. in
oth1er ways to bring down the cost of
living. Inetititable taxation u11 n
doubtledly will come in for its shar'
of atteltion at the San Francisco
caucuses and the idea of Ilenry George
of stopping speculation in land anel
rlivin,tg both worlers ant ind'istry
froml s-omel of 0hirh011, ncou t
14dly v will be :i voeneel bY won' n. Tho
worst:Z prediteer of all1 is 11he pro'liteerJ
in h '- ns tnet land. 'he( 'itnear-i.c
inernwntoflnld. (1h4 rentllf vaklue.
toos he lwnl for :1ublic reivenuelf or
'!'I 1 tole i will sua: rt nunler tIle
' ili till drop.''
1T ' wom nll leadlir <lelan'el th11
ment al iffairs. il wol tl ta oen11
a1 lon:: I lice te heein cnw' pr:'.t le , efit i
H : . she .ai. '>ut th.ey wouii 1.-'.1m
\..- ' el v nal y.~vtt Shoei 'so it I I i tme
w)':tl tome w henijt'' w 'lom e 'oi il the e'
mos i ipsofn ;fesru i ~a witith
"tfe. tioi'~ ( tmo'h of th l'ron Iel tatis.
O ! 1 i l I-:l l:l 11.\ fi :.1 An'nt t '-:Si
I 'i i-: 'OlT |-:11 Ti li-Y.('i
'I,' \t~ 1-:' ' .0li -:1. ci l i'.\~ '' l l:1
* wee h new.:4ailr eporteil dC he) for1 --
mC- vi m ire st Germanyil'1 wasuner
th ' medicatl:44 le of l' o. Ilymans
.)1 c-Itleibuti h ofti' l i' tcht, it te4 s al
t'(' un'tii d' cwnl i heati h as1 ta itt
1cnfirmtionlet af clse WtIr eu s ie
\i rthe m . A ila:geh tti'ee'el I-::: t an I
Tle rn itnifomnpsay. lin(lt i
a 'es bee tationteda l insieof ofe
(liewa Vlte: titng' to he n ew hoeC idi;c
v'in l a nd Cofhl on t (ehit l lhenzollien.
Dutoh auithorities, th eaispathi stes
ae eepwin ti tlyvin irnt abtot'this
tngkt p.' largennuanher of Dutch.b~lnr,
bollth int nis andr plin loh.
havt~ei been i' i statinat alloresf
uthe ii vate rsatm-e whtile a e w eecie
vilage'f Doorn.n. Count liohenzollernIA
b i~g ot ' aui'thized i'r toie av hine i
thr e cmmad~er of h cnstbuE J y
cem'erior nhi otor tiris
rett i: te ~, Ringworn, Ith. et
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* JONES NEWS. *
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Jones, June 4.-Miss '-Mary Jones is
visi-ting her sister, -Mrs. Walter Herring
of Marion .
The recent sudden and unthnely
death of Mrs. Strickland of Princeton,
was a great shock to her many friends.
The tenderest sympath" of all of our
people goes out to her sorely 'bereaved
husband and children.
There will be an "all-day singing"
at Walnut Grove on 2nd Sunday and
a cordial welcome awaits all who at
We were sorry to hear of .the recent
death of Rev. J. S. 'lenderson of Cokes
bury. life was an emiient divine, a
splei(lid citizen, a warm-hearted
friend and his loved ones have our
.\ir. J. C. .\artin is building a public
.\ir. Frank lluzhardt's dwelling was
recently burned, origin of fire being
unknown. The family made a nar
row escape. (No insurance was car'
vied, but friends -have made liberal
contri uII It. ions.
('ongratulations to Mr. [luck Free
man and .\Miss Padgett, who were re
lir. V. Townes Jones recently lost a
Ware Shoals Co. has the finest oats
we have seen.
Mr. and Mrs. Tally Childress, of
(Ireenville, we're the recelit guests of
.\lr. and \lrs. Jesse Stansell.
Our warm friend, .\r. Ollie Gaines,
of Ware Shoals, recently paid us. an
Hiasor's bridge anid road Is in good
conditinon and there is a considerable
amount of travel over it.
After a visit of several weeks to
her parenits, Dr. and Mrs. W. T. .ones,
.l s.. E. Mart in has returned to Co
We recently met the following
frienls: Jack A-bney, Artbhur Williams,
I)eputy Sheriff '\\ite, Coroner Faulk
ier and ('onstable .eIowell, of Greetn
wood; .1as. Gray and Willi Ic rtw in, of
lionea IP'at;i Saiunel itasor, of Mount
ville; anld Messrs. P~ugene .Jlohnson,
iarenne \\'illiamson, V. D. Wilson
nl .1as. Starks of Abbeville.
Aunt Flora Anderson, colored, said
to be 100 years old. passed away a few
days ago. Sie was well liked by her
On aceount of the loss of two cows
looze Maddox will be unable to sup
ply his customers at Ware Shoals.
lion. anl .\Its. J. F. Morrison are
visitin g tIheir son, Frank, and daugh -
tr,. s. ('oker in Iaiurens.
Our frielnd, Mr. Itigginus, of Cokes
huryli was in oui r mlidst a few days ago
and gav' its nit interes ting accounilt of
his ire'ceti visit to \\ashington anid
)r. \ 'T. .lones is profoutindly -ralve
fitl to all of Iis friends, whbite anl
c('olred. 'or reen kind favors.
turvisot' I lorl184 anti ( 'apt. King
irt in ouri midst looking after niu'
roads5 and brid~ges.
'i. fattmer's are ov'erwhetlmtintgly
()ur wvarmt friend. Prof. \\'. P. ('uli
hliison, of' ('ro0s 1li1, was5 in our
mid:.i t :centily. lI I was thle tirst
btis 'yk wa',s ana int't imtable blessing
foi~uly~ gra.'tefil to Prtof. C'alls'rtsoni
siuc't'ssf It work ini lromiot ing the
mrial I n d 'dducatiotnad welfarte of ouri
(t:Il.\IN ItOV.\l'lI' SitJNS
I N STl..'ll T -A(. ltD I:NS MA.\l
lterinit. M\ay 2.- .laniy Gert'mans. a;'
Itarent ly sitill find some dlifeinitty in
rea lizing that I le Imperial a ld ro(yalI
rt ;iaee is a ting of the pa1st. IlTere
are,. inked, extrittist, oin ithe other.
htand, whto objte(t to the eagle on thle
itriasi-tin esenttehttoin looking towards
Sthe r'i'ht instead of the left "'as a re
tuli an eagle ought to'" bitt sign
boardiss ini t tiergaiteni for instan(ce
w.1 i hear It inscr'ition, " [loyal Foi'
t'str t*l Ieparitmen I,"' antd t here are
shohpk (Ppers, wvho d ispilay signs1 that
they ar'e "Purveyors to II. .\., tuhe
ilp.o and Kig,"' or ''Court'' phto
(t':traIb'rs. It is rather' pathetic
nowotalay.s to beho'ld small bocys in
sallo' stilts weatint: ('atn with ribbon'
"lIi. .\l. Su'tbmarine 1"Iotilli,"' or "'li. .
\\hsat to do -with the mar'ble statutes
of WI1i'i nu I Inhenzollern's forefather
n the Fliergsa Il--- the famoutsi Victory
avi nuio in thbe tier'garten-hias hocome
it publie t( iest ion. 'libhey were erected
utndero. the former' emiperor's stuper'vis-.
ioi, bet "'(en 1 898~ a ndi 1901. 'i'hie
hught Iy .Joach 1m11, AlIbt'echts and 1( O1
tos In thelt' armno'.r, tma1led fIstn
giasping -huge sabres, look ilngutlarly
out Iof pilaeo undiet' q soo'lnlistle'
r'eglime . One writer suggests Itat thIey
rlhouil be h ipped freightI pr'epaId, to
WVI lm' ein' 'iencn In .1Iiidn,
Dealer Wanted in Laurens County
'Sherard Brothers Motor Company was organized on January
17th, 1920 to sell Davis Cars in Abbeville County. These two 'broth
ers had never been engaged in the automobile -business before.
The Davis Six had never been represented in Abbeville before.
Sherard Brothers have a recor i of flfteen Davis Cars handled since
that (late and have establishe( a highly respected and prosperous
'What these two progressh oiung business men have done n
Abbeville, you can do In your co nty. It proves that experience and
large capital Is not necessary for dealer success with the )av is
Six. Get in touch with us at once, secure the Davis agency and
have a prosperous business of your own.
DAVIS MOTOR COMPANY, Inc.
1903 Main St. Phone 1225 Columbia, S. C.
Those Good Brakes
are aided by special steels
Birakes seem to be one of the Ths heyocaloito
overlookedl features of a motorhattebaksreoteqrd
car. lIn a Maxwell they have to"rsl"wt u)fltI
had the extreme of attentionl. wiha h oetmo
For. instan 1ce, a road en)gineer,thcaiseil 0)pd
in abot 50.0,000) miles of ex- lc r tcsm~Ct
. perimlental drivingr has eon- Mawl'onfrmae [y
satytestedI andl studiedl them. qajOnlfrpud h
Tat i h you can ch~eck the tcsi n crbit u
seed)~ of a Mxwellin anl instant n a lssel utlk
and~ b~ring~ it to ai stand(.still eitherth .
by foot brake or hand brake.Inalrem suety 'n
Special steels in a Maxwelltrueto awl'sgovg
are largely responsible. Th Iey ~rsic scIrseli iue
give it extra strength in wear lk hs:nal 0,0)fO
antd endurance, but they make i s;ad1000mr o
th cr igt eihtwtegt yand 1920.etu o
Cao aA the Comps aniy opd
JsteeMLAM Manaer r ult u