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ADVESTISING PILNTING COMPANY
Laurens, S. C.
Advertiug Hates on Application.
ObIt1ulaIes and Cards of Thanks: One
Entered at the postollice at Laurcus,
S. C., as second class mail matter.
WEI)NESDAY, ,IUNIE 16, 1920.
Tie NAdvertiser Is very tmu1chi humnil
latel when it has to make an apology
for unusial short-comiligs in the pa
per, but there at e tiimes 'when It has
to be done. 'This issue of the paper
Was gotten out .without ouri liniotype
operator, who has been sick for sever
al days, and his work las fallen on
-other melibers of the force who are
not. aclusoltlied to it. Some of 0111r
news stories have been cut down and
some cut out, but there is an abtin
danice of plate matte r which we news
paper folks fall back on in a pinCh.
\\'e regret very mullch that we are not
able to covet our usual field this
W.\RRElN (,'. 1H.\DING,(
IS N1-:WSP.AI-ll MAN
Coliseum, Chicago, .itIne 12.---or
presidenit of tie lI'ited States, War
I 11 G. larding of Ohio.
For vice presidenlt. Calvinl toolidge
Th is tilte Relpublilan 1icket for tihe
It was chosen il le 'onlv(Iltion
1i s aftelIlooni ater a lolg diawn out.
battle, ten hallots being requirii1ed to
lomillate liard'ng for lie lirst plaeo
oil ile ticket.
Hiaridinig's vote ' was 1Ii7 7-10 1nearly
more1( than 220 inl excess of tlii num
he aiu ited to 110111liae.
His nearest comipetittor, General
1Leonar'd \\'bod, received 15 1-2 oi t he
Iliraill John11son, in thirid place, re
ceived s' (-5.
Friak 0. 1owd en, on the final ballot
larding, the junior senator from
Ohio, had tile backing of every on1e of
tihe old guard leaders in the con ven
tion1. le was also favored by Iloise
Pen rose, wilo from his sick bed in
Ph iladel phia issued his orders to the
convenltioll througli Senator Watson of
Indiala and .John T. Kiig of Connect
Starting out witi tile small vote of
I5 1-2 votes on tile fIrst ballot taken
yest'er'lda, lHarding, with the aid of
thIe masterly laders of the old giard
faction, steadily won his way to the
oi, gaining on eac slecessivye hal
lot taken today. ills lowest vote was
-. 1-2 and was recorded in te third
\\are . Iliarding is editor andl
proprietior of thei .\larion Ohio Star
andli hus representedC'C Ohio in t he t'niit rd
States .onteu sincel .NCv. :, 19l11. Ilie
is a iDa ltist, admir of1 th le hiate ('ol.
Th odor'e Itoosevelt andl of the mii
tary genlius of .Napol''on and the state7
manshipli of Alexander 11amilton)1. liI
numnhers \\'iili-u llI owarad Ta ft a monag
his (7losest frienlds. lIe wVas bor .11Nov.
2, 1 Si5 in 1lloo 1in Grlove, .\lorrow
Oni his tat her's sidle th lie Ituoblican
nlomiiine( for thle pres'iddncy is a (de
scend~ant of the Seots who settled in
'Pennsylvania ill Qolonlial times. I his
fathbcr was a l'hysicianI. lis mother 1121
was .\iss5 'l -l'hee'iI Eizabeth DtIickerson(I~
a descendant oIf the Van Kirk fanmily
of Itchc anices5try.
11o3-Iood oan lFiitm
It is body hood was spenlt on lhe farmii
which his father'i conidiuted itn addi
tion1 to priac tisinjg tmedlic ie. A ftea at
Stindig till "lIitt le red ol hou01 lCCse"'
of till neCighbingit townVa unltil lie wva
11 he d'nt(eed the Ohio (Cuntrai Col
leg" at IIberia frm which he was
g1duiated ini l-S'2. -11e jiaid amost oft
thie exlenises oIf his tulition fromo his
0''wn~( arn intgs in (7u1t ting (7011, drivintg
Ieamis. worinitg as a railroadI labiorer
and al so in Paint ing barns. ie also
wortked in Ithe office of tile village pa
per' anel thereal learnede Ithe aat of set
ting t.vIIe anid '"makitng tup'' forms. In
his gri~aatig yeilar'h taught a village
school and also pda yedl the horni in lie
Wh eln the famtily moved to 'Marlotn
in 1i51, the youang aman, with 1-le as-.
sista nc of his father, acciuired a halt
initerest in1 the Daily Star' and( as->
s~lumd the editorship, of the struig
gling little Jouarnal. 'lle lhad been edi..
tor onfly te1. aysO whlen thle Bilaine and
J-ogani cami, igni opiened In Chlicago.
Tie beenim a flaine enthusiast and
fInally toJld the two printers and the
offlee boy to get oult thle papr and(
hlurried away to ChIcago. When hie
got back to MlarIon the sheriff had
closed lhe shop. ie then became a re
por'ter' on. the Mlarion M1irror at $7 a
week nnd kont the nlace ntih as
fired for refusal to writo an editorial
Finally he and "Jack" Warwick
now a paragrapher on , the Toledo
Blade managed to raise etiough money
to resurrect the Star. Warwick drow
out of the venture shortly afterward,
but a-arding stuck and got the paper
on its feet. -It Is stated that in all the
time of his ownership there has never
been a strike or a threat of a strike
onlie paper which is nov prosperous
In 1900 Harding decided to accept
the nomination for state senator. He
wits elected and served four years.
In 1901 he was named for lieutenant
governor but was defeated bciause of
a split in the party. 'is popularity In
the state inei'ased rapidly and he
was talked of for the presidency ail
iwhen he ian for the *piate. in 191-1
he was elected by A majority of 100,
000 running 3,000 votes ahead of the
linarest ian on the ticket.
.in the senate he has mLatde a nota
ble record. He becamile a iembier of
the important committee on foreign
irelations anl during the war was a
warml supporter of Ile Wilson adini n
istration. Later, however, lie criti
eized the president severely.
111s Opin ion of Roosevelt
I efore tle t'niteI Stales etered tle
war tlie senator was asked what he
thollugit Would have happened to the
ColtryIV if Roosevelt, had been presi
(lent iwien the war he'ani.
'-If Thodore Roosevelt. had beel
rei nt"he repliedl, "the Ilusitaniat
never woill have teen sItunk :tiid 'we
Ahoitld today it, living nutiler the gu ia-:
:aniee of peace rallier than trembling
onfl t lie verge of war."
li illi odiliietl in Ile seniate ani
aiiwdilmielt to a hill which. if it haild
beenl adlopwed. w\old have permittedI
lhe forimer colonel of the r'oigh rilers
t organize a (livisioni of volilntcers
:,iu lead it to Fraiie('.
.I \le end of the war Senlitr lHard
i;, was ni EarnesI alvoIate of promi 0
ilakiltr and of leoiimate cooperation
amlooig iHt, lationsA of the worlid to
avert 4 danger of fliture wars, hut I he
was strongly oppo(Isd to adoption of
the leagu' of nations covelinait without
efftclive reservations. .1listifying lih
poitioll oil this tiiest ion, the senator
said in a s peech in the senate last
"It milay h' very old fashioned; it
may bw reactioliary; it may lhe shock
ilg to pacifists and (dreanmers alike, but
I choose for ourt own People, a hun
dd mil in ilion or more. the rigi ht to
search the American conscience and
'irescribe our. Owl obligatiolls to olitr
selves alnld the woril's civilization."
Need l imestiy In Poliles
h'le selatol believes honesty to be
a palltnnCea for all tlie ills of the polit
ival systell. "AnmId we loin't need
holiesty inl polities any mi'ore than we
need it in business, in social life or
religion'" lie aded. in speaking on this
line recenitly. "It will drive oit chieias
and swiidlers, high and low. There
is Ino end o the refomiahti it will
work. It exalt me iin andi 'oiiniiands
'eh niel liscevilt is ioiuided on the
;ipplari belief' inl his abls'diute hiones..
Th'le Iliaruinigs liv'e in a iomifor'table
hioiie, thie mos. eonslpicuious feaurie
of w\hichl Is the iiumiber of books seat
ered a boot t he rooms. The senaltr is
very foul of' udigs and likes to idrive
an auiilomileI or runo a iiiitor bioat,
being an e'xjiert at1 hothl.
ltil'P'thl'.iN NO~ilhN i2
(Cont Iinu1ed lFromi IPage One.)
isoli lii :iwden stti,- flopped complet
Amtiid si'entes of' rising enitusi,5mr
ot her blocks of I owdlen dl'egates fol
low(ed suit while manty of the routled
W\ood supporiilter's also ,w'iit into the
'I arding camp. Ihy time eiid of Ilie iroll
('all Senlator liaring had rolleid upa
total of 37, I.uti tinig himn far in1 the
leadl andi sev'eral s(0ore ol vot''s nearer
thle nomtiiintion t han any i'anididlate had
been biefore. I o wden, at the enid of
thle ninth, had only 121 votes heft out
eighthI. an td Genierail W\ood's strengthI
hail filllen fronm 22i~ on thle cighth toli
2 l9 on the nintlh. Johnlson diroppied
froni 87 to 82.
"Hiow W~e ('lea red Ouir Sutmmter Hlomne
of tls," by3 M1rs. Pe(rry.
last Mlay, it was alIve w) lb rats. They'.l
gnaiwedI all the utph istering. We
cleane(d them ouit in/ a wveek with
RAT*SNAPF. [ priefdi' thIs rat k iIlltr
because it comeis in cake form, no0 mix
ing. Saves (drtyinig haltids anid plates."'
'Three sizes, 25c, 50e, $1.00. Sold andh
guarantteed by ILurenls Iliardiwar'e Co.,
P'uitnam's i)r'tg Store and Kennedy
('ard't of Tlhianiks.
We wish to thank our1 nighbor's and
fiends for' theli' many kindnesses durt
hng thbe sickness and dheath of our' be
loved mother, Mr's. E. C. Murphy, andl
to assture them that their thoughtful
ness wvill ever be appreciated by uts.
I . SPECIAL NOICE . $
$9 .. . e0 y3. . . S . S
iL4OST-One 34Ay Goodyear casing
with Inner t e Id rim on June the
2nd between i intville and Laurens.
Finder will I ase notify .1,1 M. Siin
inons, Moultville, S .C., id get re
ILOStr--Several weekg' ago, helfer
weighing about 4 /)ounds. Finder
please notify me. ek Owings, Lau
rens, S. C.
VIfy Pens-Ten bushels at $5.00 per.
bushel. A. J. Martin, Gray Court,
toute 2. 48-it-pd.
Fouind--Calf about three months
old. Owner can secure same by iden
tifying and paying for this advertise
ment and costs. 'Q. W. Stefart, Lan
for Station. 18-it-pd.
Wanited--Clean rags, no strings. Ad
vertiser -Printing Co.
ilr 4alt--Grade Aberdeen-Angus
milk cow, with heifer calf ton days
old, by her side. Apply to J1. I. lum
bert, Ware Shoals, Mi. 2. 47,5t pd
Wanted-To sell Sideboard \ if1id Din
Ing Table of dakii quartered Voak, in
good condition. -V'ill sell cheap. Mirs.
II. Nichols. 4-2t
For Sale--One new ilungalow on
large lot on South larper st. J. .S.
Vulvanizilng--Silce the advance of
til'(es, why not save by having your
old one viulealized? We do not. let
inexperiened Imenl work oil your*
iires. All work giaranteed. Standard
gas 1and oils. M.\elaniel Vulcanizing
Plant, next door to hotel. *1-2t-pd
Wanite i'd-S1 awill matt n with Com
plete oilit imanutitifacture and put on
("ar's !:00,000 ft. pile timbil er locaIed
utile and a half fromit lenino, S. C. \Vill
pay $27 per thousand. Address: C. C.
1tobbinls, Gafe , S. C. 4--.I-p
Notice- '\\'e rell gasolinev at :
VOW.n 4pr gallon. J. D. Cilbertsolt,
Neii Ford For Sale-- One nev lIord
touring car Nwith self starlt i lln
electik lights. T. It. Sumervi.
Truek -On(, niv 1 1-2 ton Deliance
truck for sale. l.rie riglt. T. 1".
sutlln rel. 1- 1 -i-pd
Cars F or Sale- --Soime good uIsed
ears for sale. Fords, Overlan15ds and
.\axwells hoth roadsters and tourci nz
car trom; $0 up. T1. 11. Suiierol.
Cars Wtshed-.-Come to T. 11. Sum ni
erel's g:lrage to have yourl ears
washed, oiled an1d greasedl. IX---Pd
Mules For Sale-T_,wo good small
lules. ill gulood condition, both Sol'l
and all right and I offer them at a
eap price. T. It. Sumerei-l. I-tp
l~inges l"or Sale-iill have a geod
line of buggies on band, o1en and tol,
either in rubber or steel tires, with
t.ree diffeient o('lor01' f runn1g gear
T. It. Sutmerel. hill
For Sale- Second hanItd buggy. On'
good secotnd htand llop buggy. Price
right. T. It. Sumllerel. 18-1(-J90
Notlei-4Lahurens Trust, Company
will pay you c per cent interest for
your nioney. 1 5-t If
J1. (. urns & Co. Special Sale. Ban
n1011 lab Sea Island, A tid LI. Sea
Island, 36G in. wide, wor t e a yar d.
Our spiecial sale price, 25c. at both
N OTIVI .
We have a large fore I of men trans
ferring our wives to 1 -w poles. Powe'r
will be off at fre< wn11t iervals tor
a short. tijme >r several days. Wc
ask thle 1itulget e of consumei rs until
I t i. W i l'i'PO C O
Not ice of Dissoluition1.
lty authiorjity (of the Itoardi of i)iree
torls, thle si(ockhloldher'. of baurents (Uni
& I 'll i('owmpa ny, a COrpiorat iion, at''
1n0tijled i~o meet at tile (i1lj(' oIf lt'
satidi((i pmaIny at Lauren ctts. Soulth (a'aro
l ina, on .1 uty !iird. 192u, at ten o'cloe'
W.ot (If .\illiNPrsdet
itv 0. L . l' i).psu .l'tNGat S ncr etay
.\liay i ae st 1111 ii ti2). p;- t
111ation alor ih I slrs of .b ieinitation.
Stt,(eof Sout la thearoolihna.i
t t'lfoe tl.iiIIC('ounty of Iauri'n.
By O. lG.i 'TompSon, ObaIC2~te iye
Whereaits' .I W.0 Kellafet' and izzlai T.
IIhem(f aetersi oflc Adinistaino thetto
ltat sad ffctjnstof Ithoda~ Kett.b
moniih alll ant itnguIbis th liltdrad
Tea br ime, lin Onhe Cour(lt of o
btetisttot of he satLuen of urt
flue, daue, I.C. n the 25le fthea
ofJite, of2 nextt ofte uention
herof at I I o'clockA i nl fonoton,
lsme daseif apy tot'y hale why
(lhie i'o ytita Adnnnsrtinsolinoti'be
ranty er Idbe t adett
hGie un e myihad th isl itOhday
avi-g cl-Ai aan J.si esat .vl.lC
Tkesn tnlet on thbeoe sad da of
July, pro901 wile reder atfrnda,
minitraor o th esaeinof t'lat
June 2, ilapl o a92.fil d-A
I bereby announce myself a candi
date for 'Clerk of Court of Lau'ens
County subject to the rules of the
B. A. SULLIVAN, Jr.
I hereby respectfully announce my
self a candidate for re-election to the
office of Clerk of Court for Laurens
County, subject to rules of the Demo
cratic Party. C. A. 'POWIR.
I hereby announ'ce myself a candi
date for the Senate from Laurens
county and pledge myself to abide by
the results of the -Democratic primary.
JACK H. DAVIS.
I hereby announce myself a eandi
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 announeo myself a candi
(lte for the senate from Laurens
county, subject to the rules and regu
lations of the deinocratic pii mary.
PIf-1 D. HIJIFF.
I hercby announce myself a candi
date for ie state senate from Lati
renis county, and pledge myself to
abide by the rules and regulations of
the democratic primary.
0. L. LONG.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the State Senate from Lau
rens county and pledge myself to
abide byN the results of the Democ ratic
primary. it. 1). IIOYI).
I liereby announce myself a candi
date for the .1louse of lepiresentatives
froin Lau vrels couity and pledge my
Slf to 1111e by ilt re.slits of tIe
TOWNS A. WILL,1IS.
I liereby 111noun1)ce miiyself ia candi
date for re-electioll as solicitor of tie
I:!lghtl distri t slilject to the rule's
and regulutions of Ile Democratic
primary. 11. S. IILACKWMdbb.
I lireby anniounce myself a cand
(ato for solicitor of the Elighth
.lud1licial I)ittit, and pledge myself
to abide by th1e ruiiles of the Democratic
.1. IIOWARDl .MOO011.'
I hiereby anniounce myself a candi
(ate for Sheriff of La1ureits coiniy
an(d pledge iyself to abide by tihle
rlikes alid regul:ations of tvhe Dm1
cobl(M'.\ 1US1. OW\I.ONS.'
I hereby announce myself a can
didiate for re-election to the office of
Slieri of 1Laurens colility, subject to
tie ru les of tle I)eiocratie pr11r1y.
S. C. IrnI o.
I hereby 11111ounce myself a candi
date for re-election for County Com
ml1issioner of L1uren1s colilty, subject
to the rules and regilations of the
A. Iloier Moore.
I hereby ann11ouice myself for re
electIon for CVoroier of Lauren.s coull
ty, subject to tie rules and regula
tions of tile DlemocratIc prilary. 11111
11ing ol illy record for the past I WO
y ea rs.
i. it. OWINGS.
I hereby ainnoince iiyself a enndi
date for Coroner of iiLagreis couilty
and pledge myself to abide by the i rules
aind rogu lations of 'the 'Democratic
W%1. HAMl'OsN WiIITLOCI)K.
Dr". i1. II. ihier sauys. "I use IHAT
SN,\l' aron m0111ty hiospitaIls every I tre
miothis. w k'ther Iee rats or not. It
does lie w< \k-1/F 'NAP gets them
body hiavitig rats4." D onl't wa'it unt111i
there is a br'ood of rats, act immedi
aItely you see the first onie. Th'~ree
sizas. ''50, Scu. $1.00P. So1(1 and guar
anlt etd by Laur1s lelSIIardwa1 WiC o., l'iti
nam01's lrug Store and( Kemnnedy lBro..
* * * * * * * * * * * * * *' * * * *
* A (l001) F.\ 1131.*
* 127 AOll.S ON IlOAD) FROM\ *
* (IIIAY COI'R'T TO' LjAllt|':NS,
* 125 AC l'CS IN ClI'.'IVATiION, *
* 1(0 A~lI 'S IN /IA ST lI111:, 5 *
* AVIll'S I 'W )DLANI), ONIC 1- *
* STXAb I -N, ONE 3-STlAL *A
* BARN, (1- 0.\M TICENANTi IIOtlSE *
* T'llS 18 NICI' LICVCL4 LAND *
* ANDI WOIl'l'l Till1 .\l ONEY. *
* 1)AVIN l1E.\I/l'Y ('03iPAtNY. *
** * ** ** ** * 4** * ***
\Ve can save you dollars If you
Bring yori tires for inspectIon. 1f
they a:-'P not wvorth repairinig we wIll
tell yoi s..
Service lat oil t o.
All worik gui;gnteed.
Standayfd oil and gas. Free~ water.
/ Nor onr toin aol.
W. G. Wilson and Co. have opened
for Spring and Summer wear complete
lines ii 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
W. U. Wilson & Co.
We have many appropriate
gifts for men
in range of style and price to suit any set of
A set of shirt studs or cuff links and buttons, a seal
ring, or one bearing the emblem of his fraternal order.
There are many items, too numerous to name, but a
visit to our store will be an inspiration of gift ideas.
WHEN YOU THINK OF JEWELRY - 0
*T-E REtt A9L .JEWELER,
WEST SIDE COURT SQUA RE L AU R E N S, S. C.
FARMS FOR SALE
Davis place, 3 miles west of Laurens, on top
soil road, containing 116 acres, well improved.
170 acres, 6 miles west of Laurens.
217 acres, 9 miles of Laurens.
56 acres nice land near Eden.
350 acres, near Boyd's Mill.
234 acres, 6 miles west of Laurens, well im
100 acres, 4 miles of Laurens.
52 a s, 6 miiles of Laurens
One 32 a e ind one 60 acre tract near Hickory
75 acres east of Laurens, near 0. P. Goodwin's.
137 acres near Gray Court.
143 acres in Greenville County, near Lebanon
100 acres near Ware Shoals.
103 acres at Mountville.
Other good farms that I shall be glad to show
you Prices and terms right.
I also have all kinds of city property for sale.
One nice ne w store for rent on East Main street.
I buy and slel all kinds of stocks.
Call and see the oldest Real Estate dealer in
Launrens, w ith t we lve years' experience.
B. M. WOLFF,