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Issues lProcainaIlon for Thtanksgiving
Ilay. Out)y Well Done. Must Look
Forwaird to Another Year With fHope
Governor Cooper Monday issued a
Thlanksgiving proclanation, calling
upon the pCople to observe fittingly
'te day as a day of thanksgiving and
'rayer throltghout the state. "We
look forwaid to alnothert year witn
hope and confidence. We shall not be
discouraged because of temporary ad
verse conditions," says the governor.
"We applroach this day of thanks
*ivinig and prayer with I conseious..
'less of dilty Well done and with the o
comlfforting reflection that tillougli
our effortis the sufferings of himanity
have beeii dloeviatil," tovernori C'oo - .I
vr s:ays in his proclanmation. Below is.; i
1 procilllaatoln: 1
u acco Idance with estblished s
stll omll. the pisideit of tht l'nited y
at s ol .\ meria hias, by p1oelama- I
ol, set aside Triit-sday. November g
12). as a day of thanksgiving on p
, 'art of all til hIeoiple of the I
"'I'he 1eole of lol ith ('arolina are,
a jto '::ion to ob1'serlve this day in a
I it whi Irl p e th I r a 1 *1 I
inc o fj :te pati of the l'ilgim 1ath
e of t1U.,a' h; - Ienjoy, ed. %
niin de.ae-, Ihe huisin;:
lj, . 11V;)1'iC gjj, .1(
IIforI. I. :: l sl atisactourv
Oi M011 uti -.101tll .1 n foi ilI'-,0 . Ii
io: hil: rin rom the la~te
asi i ind i aeto i. le
h. to ar as W
olu h lay of Thndksgivina a
11 donle and with the comllfo1inp Ie
tion sht hrou eh od ir tIforts f te
Ae trin . of have breen al p le
"W h ok forward. lso to an(oth1er11
ar wVih ho pe and11 c n IblnIceII . WNe4
halIl not ho d i ! iscn Iar heraulse of
em oayadverse'l condIitIionls. As. we
al assmble onl Thanksgiving day
or1 the purlpose's o)f worship and
ratyer, WO should redediente murselves
o thet service of 11iml wh.o presides
wer. the destinlies of nationis and who
Have you paid you
ship dues? If not, in
blank and mail to [
Laurens, S. C.
olds each of us in -the very 'hollow1
r 1 us hand.'
"Now. therefore, I, I. A. Cooper,
overnor of the state of South Caro
Ila, (10 proclaim, ill accordaice with
tiw and custom, 1'hursday, November
9. 1920, 1 .p blie holiday, to be oh
rv(ed as a day of thanksgiving!" and
rayer througiolt this comn1111011
'ealth, and I caII ulponi tile people( to
ather onl that day in their isual
haces or (iivinet worsipi) an( t ere, .s
,(lI as in their homies. give thanks, to
od for the i essis wich IIe has
ven us duihg te past year: and
I the, houri of pratyer Iln this dayv let
url that-l's he of those who hav,
ivAn thirc lites to maintain d.'mo
ra:!c inoit t'ons. as we'i as (or 1h),
-h, y t M rI ! .21- ftr the :-valiz ition (of
,v ,' ih n infly idellt wh i- arii
vo,.y. fondain' ofrour owne rr
m n - ai t: -I oO flt !. t h '-l a
a1- ". la o:-. t a t fr nd net s if .
Vllr'opf Euroa a nt inl thi
Ca.dI t of I'tan ils
it our. bsur-. hereav meni:1 j t1 wIhln the
el of et took fromllt. ur pr
k.: bab. the( acts of kinldne Ss anld
; dI and nilb rs . w.rM M
h1at w1 take ohis mthod to -e. x.
m r deepi et a;precsiat ion ofn each a ntid
,\ ,*vy act and w ord.
bay Cod's r i ch Itest fbr1essin re;t
-on t heml all.
.\r. and14 .\r-. W. M1. .\lyers
Food for Horses.
It hn-: been demnonstrated that sell
weed. nfter the sailt has been extraocted
by at sppeelic process. formus excellent
food for horseS and lmt the anilnals
evilentiy lloy It.
r Red Cross member
close $1.00 with this
liss Louise Simmons,
TWO CEilOtKEE 3IEN
KILLED E ACII OTill
I. S. sarratI and Itelis Dalinson, Ills
(41r8andson1, 111n1-e Fatall Due11.
GalTney, Nov. 22.---. P. Sarratt and
Revis Dawson killed each other at
Sarratt's home, just over the line of
Cherokee county, yesterday afternloonl
at t o'clock. )awson was Sarr l's
grandson aid was about 25 years of
age. Sartatt was 67.
(oing to .the Sarrat t house, Dawson,
it is laid, sat down aid talked quietly
wit the chI man, showing a copy of
the divorce whie Ihle hIad receitly oh
taitied fromi his 1vife in North ('aro
lina. DI aw. soI. 1; 8n. ust that Ihey
walk out to the hog pen. Aeeot ding
to the sttetu lit of Altv. raiatt. who
tid that h-r lu.dsband reachicd to tile
mrlate! :,Id took donl his revol er.
wheb w :; in at :sealard, and that
Dav:.woon !aw iiim do 1this, thwn .\1lr3.
aira utilcon ttod lhe herd herl hls
bjand -ty: "if youl de4 1 s.iii. - .11d
11so1ep ied-iis pi.stol anld S:r
iatA hW' tw i(. nily ole ball tool,
efect in Sarratt, he being shot
ihrough tIe ight Ieast. 10hil moen
did inul ediately after b1eing ,IiJot,
neither of them speaking.
It is said that it -w as Mr. Sa rra's
cuist om to carry his pistol whelnever
he left the houise at night.
Dawson's fatle r lives witliln a few
tmil es of Iany. The Sarratt homte is
within eight imjiles of (affney. alid til
trade', oin11g so SOOn after tle bru
tl killhin of the two Kirby boys las
'-aturtday, has vreated miii diseus
Not as Bad as They Seem.
One of 1111 coiortilg ti :::s.that
tite tenhes its IS, that mighty few
things are as had as they look to be
nr nreo nid to ie.
COLUMBIAN TELLS it
Mri'ion liagood, Who PDisappeared, N
Says Itlghway1emn Took Hllim Ofi.
Columbia, S. C., Nov. 22.--larion
lagood, 1Iivhland -County farmer, who
disappieared Saturday afteiornoon, 1h is
autoilobile being foulm with blood oil d
It, a slashed coat ani note reading: k
"We got him and mone5y, will 1ind C
body in the river," returned to Colum- e
bia this afternoon, -telling a thrilling w
story of being ausaulted by highway- C
menila nd carried handuc fftcd to some k
woods near Jacksonville. where lie was (I
liagood tells of selling cotton in Co- a1
lumbia Saturday afternoon anf start- U
ing for his home, a dozen miles' from
the t1ity, in his automobile. Four
m le. from Coluilhto, he saysA, he was
halted by four mien, one leaping on the C
running board with) a. leveledl revolver a
and forcing hill .to accoi them
after he was struck on the head. lite e
declares he was taken inl al alutomflo
bile. two hypodermie- inljectionIs bIng ll
adminIstered soun after the joullrley
began. Lter, lie added, Ile was givon
white pills and ff11 into a stupor.
A ftri passing Auigi.ta tile #)arty
stpe 1,'and a safe was "blown,'' Ila
1od 5ay, too],; bwing carried in et
r. i wa; in a Stilor., II' fdeclares,
:1m1 dOCes nlot knlow what loot the Ment
brought 'a the ('al after (t robbery.
H y h; e 1w reenli; paIs:1ing the bridge
Nior h .\mgusta aind sa It h' bright.
I %. . ill ;.'a I lhe atmoIlbilt
.- "It m of Allt r('I at a fross roads
hii (it me r n ofin' (t e n had
s fl fom him. .oSl i l ie he
l r !d f'ver aal hon srs i along thei l
-'111n1i ho was approaching.. Jac
Ito revached .hicksonvillfe aboutl 6
o'clock anld f0oondI a plolicvInan~ was a
follow memIlber of a raralorder.;
This; polivemlanl "rocured food for him 1
and other memlii f onte order g-.
vidhd hi Di with ene. f r. ni to
C(ilumbia. Ealinelfd by firy derans
.iwas 'ianwned that Ilg eod Is
stiffern froml a bllow onl thle back of
the he(ad anid shows Signs! of having
been under the influence of a dru-tg.
"A ylr d hiousewife Is very different
f-ea, 1) good hIIhanid-man." "1How
so?" "'.'e i alw ys ewing teuas.'
SHOT TO DEATH
egro Sliays 0lilcer in Saluda County I
The Miakes is Esncpt, Webber
Edwards Loses Life in Making Ar.
rest. Reward Offered.
-Saluda, Nov, 21.--Webber Edwarids,
puty sheriff, was shot and Instantly
iled last night about 10 o'clock inl
ke northwestern section of Saluda
muty by Eilliott Culbraith, a negro,
homn the officer had gone to arrest..
tiibraith escaped, but a search was
opt up throughout the night and to
ny. Tie Saluda county authoritie"
ave offered a rewartd of $3-00 ror the
iprOhension of the negro and it is
nderstood here that Governor Cooper
'ill be asked to supyplement this.
From what can be learned here if
eIs that a Mr. Outz of Gree'nwood
multy had a warrant i1sued for the
rrest of Cu lbraith, who lived on 'Mr.
Iutz's lands in Saluda couity, the
harge being the disposition of prop
rty under lien. Mr.'iEdwards and two
V three other oflicers sitrrounded the
egro's home to make the arrest. Mr.
:dwartds wa.:4 in, an alley between tht
ouse and the kitchen when the negro
'jened tihe door slightly and tired on
[r. N'dwards, one shot takizng (lfert in
lie cheat anti causing instant deatih.
'rom11 the mnat1: of at l g hutlliet lin
he diooir !t i. h litvd'( that . hd
.ad; retireil! t fire as ie fell.
X"r. dwat I d serl ved 1a4 ( puty
hieriff tn 1)r 1 yearis an(1 waS 1
:1:-:s aid 'nic lit oflt':r. lie was
:.car.; old anmd Itav:- a w idow and
ix chibi iren.
C'uhbruih i7s out ive tet 1, t ht
n"hs tll ad weighs nearly 200
ottnds. lie has a sear on one side of
he face. lIe is said to I0ear a had
o 1) 111 o 11 to
. p Aed fivm 7he' atouy 110'ltoicl
TI IE TOWEi P, OF IV01lW
AII i~c"L 1 or IN
For Real Tire Repairing
RIM CUTS, BLOWOUTS
REATREDING A SPECIALTY
City Vulcanizing Station
AT CITY FILLING STATION
Is ing the Price Decline Promtly
A Careful Study of the Following Prices Will convince You of the Cincerity of the Above Statement.
SIneighopard Plaids, Iegular Price .1,tle Prie ... ....$1.19 .N.S
LADIES READY-TO-WEAR gar Pric 20c, sale lrie ... ... ... ......... 1'.10
Apron Gingham, Regular Price 25c, Sale Price .... ... ... ... ......c Wool $8.50, reduced to
15 C jat Sutits in black. grey and Navy A pion Umgnamn, Regular PrIce 30c, Sale Price ... .. .. ... ...... Wool 12 50, reduc... t 9..8
prices from $18.50 to $25.00-.. $ 1750 Woolknap $7.50, 1'edl~lt
UNDERWEAR FOR MENcotton $, ed1
All wool blue serge suit, sale. $2550 inanes amoe(i sciparate Garieills, ItegulaIli-ice $1.50, Sale Ic . Heavy cotton $3,5,-e
lilnea Itiblied 0'nion Suits, Hegultar Price $3.00, Sale irice ... ..... $.98
. t'.ek broadcloth suit $49.50, sale. 25.50 Bors' Heavy Fleeced Union Suits, Regular Ilrice $1.50. Sale Price.... $1.00
....adies' avy Ribbed Soparate arment Its. Regular ice $1.00, Sale
1.4 Coats $25, $26.50, $29.75 any in this Price --. ... . .... .... ... . ... ..... .... .... .... . ... .... ..... 9C Sold for 85c reduced t
lot. $18.75 La-les vy "lec-ced Separate oarineiit:, Regular Price $1.25, Sale Good Quality Sea Isa9
IPrice .. ...... ......... .... ............. ... .. .. .... .... ...... 8e 32-inch rom per cloth, p
Black Tepet cloth, $12.50. .$7.98 Misses' Ileavy ibbed union Stits, neular- Price $1.25, Sale Price .... 8eStaple Gingham
Ladies' Hose, Black an(1 White, Sale Pri e ..... .... .... .... .... ..1 c Curtain Scrim 35c qua19
CHILDREN'S READY-to-W EAR "'"e". "'" le ""8. "gi"l" Price 6", Sale Price.... .... .......C Curtain Etinnine 0cq
Ladies' lack and Brown Silk lose, Regular Price $1.C,0, Sale Price Ilc English Long Cloth, c(
6 Plaid Coats, $7.50 $3.75 Ia(Iles' Black and ilrowi Silk -ose, Regular Price $2.00, Sale Price $1.39
MEN'S S11fIfTSWO LD
Madras and 'Iereale, Regullar 'Price $3.00, Fale Price .... .... ...... . $1.98 36-in. Serge in black a
20 Per Cent Discount on All Shoes Beautirul Silk Shirts, Regular Price $15.00. Snle Price..... .... ......9.9r 36-in. Serge in black an
Silk Shirts, Regular Price $10.00, Sale -Price .... .... .... .... ..., $7.0 36in. Serge in black a
from the cheapest to the Best. Work Shirts, Regular Price $2.00, Sale Price . ... .... ........ 38-in. Blue Tricotine $
Men's Overalls, Regular PrIce $3.00 and $3.50, Sale Price . ... .. 44n. All Wool spongea.h$$
L r SWo0uth drto
War ns oup$75,rdhcdt