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LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1920.
Sitint ion inl Ten nessee Ni% Surround.
(d by 311 e. (of T c Ile lts. CourIh 1
i easui e i tst an i n f.r atiillen
hialtis ta jlnyJitra iss n
e i .r4 oe:.s d ClredI he comlrls
Uruh .a eto :;ocirlej thI, ,tajIjIs o the1j
mneasure, The( ou1tstanding featurecs
An inUinctio tellporarily resrain
iang G ve:lnor Roberts, Secretary Ste
\ ens and Speakers Andrew Todd iani
S:'th Walkt ; of the .eliate aid house
respectivcly, from certifying ratiflica
tonl to Wasi1ngto) or froill toklig
any other actiou with regard to the
amIfnildmnt on tihe ground this legis
Ia ilt ix had no legal right to alt u1)011
It m as Issued by Judge E1. F. Lang
;ord of the chancery cotirt of ,)avid
soil County. Tile injunction is returill
able within filtve days on agreement.
'h'ti stifrage majority inl the house
calleri Iri'1 I ite Jmirnal te Walk('.r
L hmlun laat tie houlse reccolnsidtetr its
actionl hn ratifying thle amnidmemill and
kil l:d it.
Twnty-th mvliber of lie house
opoedt>Suffra*y R, Ift inl a body
F!-, );ily atrkast' midnight for D'eca
tur. /!. .n an (Ifort to break the
41or m at( : iI'evelt action (At I he
Wak 4'motion. tihleill abelice resulting
in what was characterized as one of
t. :E.*t Unique parlialienlary tangles
I., thek isto0 ry of .\m -rlean Ilet4islIatIiv
Stta e leaders ton ight declared
they wer "on top of the world" and
IhMat the only, obm'ele now to ceritill
cationl to Secretary Colby was the re
straining order issutd by .Judge Lang
ford, which they expected to overome
with little difficulty.
On : L l "thte' hand, Speaker Walker,
. of t.( op. osi tion, and scores of
h!. :eeniqi': said the siffragists had
ru!nd theiri cause beca use of their
tactIes and thant evetn shouln the c'our its
eviltually hold ratifieation legal, the
liti 1c ti ln would so delay a final de
e!,n tha'. il Ii amendmient would not
figure in tite Novembir elections till
I -s s4ome)' other' state ratifited it before
The situiatioli with the r'sult of \I.
Walker's motion that tle house .re
consider Its action w0hilne tie house
iast Wedne'sd.ay coniluirr'd in the ac
1ifln of the senate in ratifying the
amnic(dmitnt Ib: Speaker Walker in or
d to enter a motion on the journal
that thev house retconlsider thle matter
chaige'd Ills vote from "nay" to "aye."
I1y. thi step he reserved to im nself
foi' tv.'o days the 1 1rivilege of moving
Walker failed to muster a majority
Thursday and Friday. When Walkeri
realized yesterday that he did not have
a majorIty lie attemptedl to car'ry a
motion to adjourn unltil' Monday for
thle usual weeki-endt recess. The mo
tion was~ defeated and thle suffraglsts
for thle first time took the offensIve
antd forced adljournmenl~it over' night.
TIhe ob;ject of the suffr'agc forces In
1 lding 'lhe house In :tessiotn todaiy was
to get at theit Walker mfotionl for r'e
c->n:sider'atio:. Landt kill It. it has been
hr td t hat sInce the mlot ion w'as a mat
ter' of i'ecord rat iflication outld niot0
prIoperl'y la cer''Iltied uti LiIt had been
The opposit Ion minority realizing'
tha~t the battl w4 ~as losit if a sesion
was hiel dand thley were not In a ma
jorIty, roundled up enough of theIr
mfembe'rs late last night to breaik a
quorum, b;oardetd an early mor'ning
tran andl left thle state, to remain uin
til the 25 (days of the speciai sessIon
had expired. The motion to reconsideri
wvas on the journal and it remalned
"alive" as long as it was not taken
therefrom and acted upon, or untIl thle
legIslature hlad adjouirned sIne dIe.
"Ifat-8dap Beate the Best T1rap Ev'er
Made," Mrs. Emily Shaw Says.
,, "My husband ~btught $2 trap. I
bought a 50ce box of 'RAT-SNAP. The
jfraD only caught 3 rats -but RAT
NAPikilied 12 in a week. I'm- never
'without RAT-SNWAP. Reckon I couldI
not raise chicks without it." RAT
ONASP comes in eakces. Three sizesl,
38c, 65c, $1.25. .Sold atid guaranteedi
by r~aurens liardware Co., Putnam's!
Drug Store and Kennedy Bros.
Constance Taitmadge In the ,most ex
tieaordinarty romance on redord, "In
S.earcht of A Sitgupr," to "be shown at1
'tho Princess Trheatro on Thursday,
[rs. 1oy Rhodtos home after spendi;
few days with relatives.
Mbiss .\little Calnnadya~ias ben !1 at the
Adsirl (('Of her ': -4 (-r, .\rA i o I an
.\r V1-. .11. 'Wu dile ha~s 11 An a v: l 1a ,
I Zinging urn t he cntt n:
i:: Frid vy ftern oon'. Th la:,:- rI -
r'.s ~ M 6~~.t-:e a:-, . Jil to...0
~. t-.:e .-f:i:t: .u! ai1 v ray
Copyright 1920 Hart Schaffner & M
in 3 piece
$3.00 Shirts . .
$3.50 Shirts . .
$4.00 Shirts . .
$4.50 Snirts . .
Lauren., S. C.
A lis l 1iddI le 1,; vis.1i iing her sis
. Iay ( aIett in tLI- Pit1I- n
V~PeopleB lba Rt-snap i n Pref-r
(treA to iat Poliso. ,
tnd :nice. (2) 'What it doesn't kill it
(A -S A lav o1m1i0te drv
i. . id. (-1) Mt.\:. Inl no mO
%vr wit other. foodl. (.-,) (ti-t:a or dtog
vott't touch it. Three s-izes. 25C, (;.5e0 , i
I.25. Sold and tuaroliteed by li.11! -
ells llArware (''). Pti~nuni's_ Uru;,
it (v. lit K ( l .dy llros.
1l)lul miiss the big "ale goi.i: o)1 at
'. htris & Co.'s two stor.s this
are most i
prices on o
one of thes
$2.45 - -
NO'ICE OF ELi:"I'ION.
;file of South Carollina,
( onIy1) of Laulrens.
WV1reai,. lwtition s sinelld by a lega
urnhe11r of, hetalifie eeeors arnl
ree-hol der e ilng InI . :aks choo
Istrict No. ;, . Launi t 'iaunty, Soutl
' arolina, asking f o an t ion up)i
ie (111"M lue OF MH v i a n iliiona
aa taen . Wt: t I i1' s I.i l
whool distri t, lin e used Ir I . nh o
uiros la . 1ia ve b) fI l 3 A wi .h i I
-ounty b 1oard of eduenIc tionl, anl ( leetioil
! b-weby ortlcred uponl Faid l<p( S*iia
::;id + olecio to be. h, 1Id on ,te :"rd! fin
f September, 1r1. at Public S eoo
hiilding in said district, fo der th
agtnI t of the trustees of d m d w ie
Only su ela ectors as return real o
>ersonal proerty io r s taxation a
n clothes forI
1i demand we'v
ur enire stock
x igs formery $8 to
e fine suits.
ics are Palm B
1tylish and cool
ts formerly $18 to
iits formerly $25 tl
at Cut Pr
$1.50 Union Sui
$1.75 Union Sui
-$2\00 Union Suil
istralion certificate.- as reuni!Sl in the
-'enmrai election shall he allowed to
I TCl - . ' 1 i ;U ll al
i -t,,.x Iil vmi bu lb-t en uunin t
I Wo:a! * V1-:" xr I i t i r priLnt! Ilere
I1 I Ia II VOi t :1 0 i : i , I U Lin '
I !I(.e word "No" W 'iltil r, 11irinted
I there-on. F oils, Shall openI at. th11,lhour
1 of I o'cl'l: inl Olhe Foren'on arl shll I
! relaill ope11 111til the liur of -1 o'clo k
I in the afte'loon Wlhn they shall be
closed, and the ball( ,. co nllted.
'Tlin trustee4s Shall repot. the r ult
of tio elvectioll to the c'ounty auditor
and -ollutiy super(intenfietit 'i f eullca
tio '\'thn.ten days thereafter.
It. T. WilSON, Su;t-.
I -:2tt i"y order of (omnty Roard.
e lowered our
of two piece
you 4n every
ed and Light
---But best of
s at our pres
Union Suits in No.
Length Styie, at the
ing Cut Prices:
ts : . . $1.25
ts . . . $1.45
s . .. .$1.75
Greenwood S. C.
01 K- 4: * i*
A' -'' '.'. r* -v I. I'; I' h
)i(i xm * \\tdnesday nitt S,
ilnbr i st, at tlie school holust OI t he
i~mnt:-aionune 'ion dimussed by.
1.1ea. W ;h clu. Special music .
vill be proviidd I a .1an ice ercan sup
per i by the ladies of the Rural
The young people's club will hold
its regular meeting every two weeks.
Everybody is urged to come out Wed
nesday night. There will be no adimis
The Patterson reunion was enjoyed
by those fortunate enough to attend.i
Tihe rain prevenited a good'many from
'Tlh' protracted meeting is in pro
gress this week. Rev. Sexton is doing
his own pireach. lie Is doing good and
:I rnes t preaching.
.\i. I. M. Jiohnson has returned
honic aftevr an extended visit to his
rlaughters, Mrs. .1. F. Byers and Mrs.
I rank Randall, in fltndersonvilie. N.
.ir. andi Ms. Grist and children, of
Grecnvi!i, vizi~tet relatives here last
A a-. '! aulinc find .lar'garet Wial
:- - in i re .G(Vod Visiting their
stt .\ rs. .1ohn I'ayne.
Caipt. .1. W. lIanford visiteid his
a'Ilughter, Ms. Wash, in Greenwood,
Saturday night. Several of his grand
1iiiri returnd holm. with himi1 to
q)n(1d several days.
Ilorn to ir. and \lrs.'T. A. Drum
iond, at (laughter, August 16, Marion
bit:th Ixe i)rumiond.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Will Prince and fall
ily, of Laurens, visited his brother,
\tr. Walter Prince, last Sunday.
.\lr. 'Lewis Anderson and family, of
Lairetis, and .\Ir. an(i Mrs. .Jimmile
Drummond, of Clinton, were :tests of
\ir. and .\l's. T. A. Drumn-mond last
Mr. John Wilbanks, of Union, visited
is fat her and mother, Nl'. ald M's. E.
L. Will ,inks, last week.
Mr. .1. S. Hliggins was in Lsairens
\tonday oi a business visit.
The Lanford base ball team met the
i-'inor(e aggregation on the local dia
mond Saturday afternoon in a fast
rame, resulting in a victory for Lan-.
rord 21 to 5.
Rev. Miller received five accessions
to the church Sunday morning as a re
jilt of his efforts In the recent meet
Mr. Clyde )eShields suffered "i brok
n finger Saturday as ti' result of a
base ball injury.
Miss 'Steadman, of Spartanburg and
Misses Linda and Janie lunter, of
Dra, were guesta of Miss Grace De
Aliflds last Sunirday,
Mrs. Alma Adlarns andl children, of
Fountain Inn, spent a few days with
her sister, Mrs. J. R. Patterson.
Misses Lenora and Annie Mae Pat
terson wIll visit Dr. J. W. Allen's
rlaiuhti's in Spartanbureg this week.
SOS .eicO e e e ee .a. e.g
* FIDLhJES OLD F'IELD) NEWS.5 *
Ridl(es 01(1 FIeld, Aug. 23.-It still
c'ontinues to rain and some1 (damage has
been done to the bridges. The light
ning also has dlone damage to the
phone wires andl posts. Also burned
a barn for Mr'. Sim Gentry in the
Quite a number of fr'iends met at Mr.
and Mrs. E, M. 'Riddles the 19th and
celebr'ated Nell's 10th birthday.
Mr. Sam Gr'een is spending a few
days wvith homefolks. HeI will return
to the navy soon.
.lra. W. Iolcombe and daughter,
Miss V'iola, of Eahsley, spent a few (days
with homefolks last week.
Miss Hester :Britton has returned
fiome after a 9lsit to relatives in Un
Miss Lizzie iDonnon, of GreenvIlle
andi Mr. Edgar Donnon of Sandy
Spings were visitors at E. HI. Gat'
Mr. 11. A. 'Holegmbe and famIly at
tendled the family reunion in Easley
Mrs. J. Q. WillIams and Miss Letha
wvere guests 'Wednesday at Mr. W, L.
Eve'rett Riddle accornpanied Mr. and