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VOLUME XXXVI. LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1920. NUMBER 22
GREAT FIRE DEST
Ceutrat Part of City of Cork Wiped
Out by Fire, Following Ambush of
Military. Costliest Destruction
Since Reprisals Began.
'Dublin, (Dec. 12.: Several large see
tions of Cork were devastated by fire
Saturday night and today. The con
Ilagration followed the shooting from
ambush of a military iparty Saturday.
On the south bank of the river Lee
the Carnegie library, the corn ex
change and other buildings were razed
by lire, while in the territory between
the nothorit and southern branches of
the river much havoc was wrogght by
flames in the business section.
'Late this evening it was reported
that the fire was under control, but
it was said that the damage (lone by
the flames was estimated at between
2,000,000 and 3,000,000 pounds ster
Dublin, Dec. 12.---Several blocks of
buildings in the heart of the l)usineuis
districts of Cork were destroyed by
fire dluring tile night, consti.ut ing the
costliest destruction of property since
the reprisals began in Ireland.
A group of public 'buildings on Al
bort Quay, including the city hall, the
Carnegie library and a portion of the
corn exchange also were burned, as
well as private residences in various
parts of the city.
Early estimates place the daunago
at between 2,0O0,000 and 3,000,000
The fires exten(edI to St. Patrick's
street from Cork street to 31aylor
street, and swOpt entire rows of build
ings on both sides of Winthrop street.
It was reported from Cork yester
day aftenoon that newly arrived par
ties of auxillay- cadets marched
through the s'treets hol(ing up1 and
searchnig pedestrians and firing into
the air following the ambush of aux
Ilaries within half a mile of the bar
racks, tNwelve-of them being wounded
by a boi lthi w a f'ron a'lorry.
Petween seVen and eight o'clock a
Period (" in:, se qu1 let fell oi he city,
but near' nine o'ClOk unifiorm'ed men
began to dis lay great netvi in va
riou1s lmt nt of Co'k. At some points
tram cars were 1eld1 up an1d passent
gen'4 ta I: n l 01t. It r'iS l(110l d tha't
a nmwber wer'e heaten Indl otlers
liaced ag:inlst the wall 1111d closely
uest io1ned but were finally allowel to
In (ho Sn mummer' 11111 district the
sene of the aimu ish, shortljy aIfte.r
cuirfew two brothers ii ined DI e, .
arO reported to have lbceen taken- froin
their homes and shot, one fatally.
Duimring th~e hiouri betfore cur- IF'',t
rorisi held sw'ay. andl when the 1treetl'
wVre emiPtie(l of civilianish, loud 1'ypo
ionls and(' ritfl 'nld revolV e' !"hots k(p;
up utitll eariy m'or tEnin j. 'Fi di
aippoared to oime from -eni
bornb s, a; i'son whgV.1o vt. ituiirtd to
look f'romi thir wiindi tows saw fires'
b~reak out In St. Patrick's street, and1(
dlayl ight revea led the' full ex tent of
It is not impr)1obable that lives have
i'cen lost In the fires; already sever'al
Qersons conne'ctedl with 'the des5troyed
houses andl business premises are re
At tour o'clock -thIs -afternoon, peo
ple were just beginning to venture
again into the streets; the whlole city
was then in control of the military and
it is understoodi that the offier in
command assured the p~oplace that
the militar'y would remain on duty in
definitely to prevent further destruc
tion. The troops are in full fighting
order, pickets with machIne guns be..
ing posted at all vantage points
Only one large -drapery establish
ment is loft intact in Cork.
"IMabel is engaged to a young main
She met on her vacation?" '"Ihat so?
When fa the weddin~g to' be?" "She
doesn't know that. She's got to wait
end see whether' or not he's going to
wrIte to her. It may be that he'll
'iat orget hat it. van know,"
N N 8 thve fafquestion
trtmen2nt of JTCH ERCzHIa,
RINGUWORM. T' NT T1R or
('tte r tching skin disesi. ~tT
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Rurent Druge Co
M OF IRISH CITY
HORACE E. DODGE
DIES IN FLORIDA
Detroit Automobile Manufacturer Suc
cumbs Suddenly at Palm Beach
Home. Broher il)1ed This Year.
,Sale Head of Industry Eiploying
18,000 Men Began ils Career as
Machinlst With John F. Dodge.
Palm Beach, Fla., 'Dec. 10.--llorace
E. Dodge, millionalre automobile man
ufacturer, (lied here tonight at his twin
Mr. Dodge had been in ill-health
since he suffered an attack of influ
enza, a year ago at the time his older
brother, John F. 'Dodge, died in New
York, but it was said the immediate
cause of his death was cirrhosis of the
liver. lie was 52 years old.
Mr. )odgo recently purchased Ma
rina Villa here from Charles E. Dil
Ilinghai, New York theatrical maln,
and with Mrs. Dodge and their son,
llorce -E. Dodge Jr., came to occupy it
ten days ago accompanied by a De
After his arrival* here, Mr. Dodge
appeared to be regaining his health.
The Detroit physician returned home,
but I few days later Mr. Dodge grew
w'rge, and New York specialists were
seit for last night nwhen his condition
becalme much more serious. le was
sole head of the Dodge industry since
the dleath of li? brother.
John 1. Dodge, who was President
of the company otulnded by him and
his brother Horace, (lied last January
at 'the Ritz-Carlton -Hotel in this city
at the age of 6-1. The two brothers
were taken ill with P1neumionia wilo
attending the autonobile show, and
for a while it was feared that neither
On completlng their apprenticeship
in the parlital shop they worked as
joi uneylmen machinists in several
Alichigan cities unitil the year 1901,
When they started their oik plige 14
Dletroit. They em ployed only eleven
men and used machinery tak((el in
m:e tof at debt. T hey thien began
UI spc( iaul1 .lh11 becoming tihe bli-.
::. 1xet~t ivo and llorace tile tech
lical vxpe t on gas ngi4es.
Whn1 len'vry Fori or'ganiled his
19in 2 hie 1 tookl th I)odige
brohe.; n ithl hlim for a comlbineod
intvi e.t of $1.00, tle stock to be paid
for by the(1ir manu1111fac5tuI,'e of ;.0 chasis.
In 1916 they woI an a111 tionl against
MIr. Ford to re'strain him111 froi whltat
thvy colidecired Imisliue of the com
A rotiv ye s ago the brotlrs gained
:1 rap(i sucV(-: inl the nialilfaurlue of
tite Dodge ea.. Th'ley e n optlla
W0h 1the I S,000m !')),i who Workld for,
them; the I: afte' the death of .1o)n)
I. ,e lie or':liz:,ton paid ihim the
Itribuite of breaking i ruartion rc
ord lor the' lant '', is Dl
pinii .iodge, was; marsried last .Juno
to) J'tue,: ii. It. Crcmlisell of Philadel
jia i, a Con of the 1:'to O iver' Cr0om
~~'liol'W hiii'tc andc the present
Mr's, 0. 'T. Stotesbur'y.
* * * 5*-**.*. *4* * eeeS
It has been some time since we
have writtenu from this remote corner,
We can't say as In dlays gene by every
thing is moving along nicely. Sorry -1
can't say so,
Miss Eunice Livingston' spent the
week-end with friends in Newberry
and Silver street,
Mr. R. fl. Glenn spent the week in
Laurens attending court,
Mr. Pack 'Pitts and Mr. Dave Cope
land of Jienno, visitedl friends here
Miss Mfarigene Martin of Trinity
Ridge, was 'the guest of her aunts, the
'Rev, Isenhour carried on a meeting
at Laingston last week,
Mrs. Adolla Anderson of Spartan
burg, sipent the tweek-end with her
son Mr. Bill Andersbn.
Mr. end Mrs. Press ivingston of
Silver Street, will spend the week
end with the Misses 'Byrd,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Atwell of Spartan
burg, were the week-end guests of
'ir. Bill Anderson oa fai.y
Of the Ownership, Management, Cir
culation, Etc., Required by the Ac
Of Congress of August 24, 1912, o
The Laurens Advertiser, rublishe<
Weekly at Laurens, S. C., for Oci
State of South 'Carolina
County of Laurens, 8s.
Before me, a Notary Public in an<
for the State and county aforesakI
personally appeared Allison Lee, whc
having been duly sworn according t,
.W, deposes and says that he Is th
editor of the Laurens Advertiser an
that the following Is, to the best c
is knowledge and belief, a true state
ment of the ownership, manageien
(and if a daily paper, the circulation)
etc., of the aforesaid publication fo
the date shown in the above captlon
counts more t
No matter wi'
Diaruand Set Jei
When a thing
retiuired by the Act of August 24, i
1912, embodied in setcion 1443, Postal
I-aws and Regulations, printed on the
t reverse of this form, to wit:
1. That the names and addresses of
the ipublisher, editor, managing editor,
and business managers are:
Publisher, Advertiser Printing Co.,
Laurens, S. C. Editor, Allison Lee,
Laurels, S. C. Managing Editor,
i none. Business Managers, none.
2. That the owvners are: (Give
names and addresses of individual
owners, or, if a corporation, give its
e name and the names and addresses of
I stockholders owning or ioldiig I per
f eit or more of the total amount of
- stock.) Allison Lee, Laurens, S. C.,
t Arthur Lee, Greenwood, S. C.
9 3. That the known nondholders,
1 mortgagees, and other security hold
ors owning or holding 1 per cent or
Gifts nothing exceeds jev
han in almost any other
are assured of full value,
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nore of total amount of bonds, mort
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thero are none, so state.) None.
4. That thle two paragraphs next
Above, giving the nlames of the owners,
itockholders, and security holders, If
any, contain not only the list of stock
holders and r 'curity holders is they
)pear up1)oni the books of the company,
but also, in cases where the stockhold
er or security holder appears upon the
books of the colylany as trustee or in
my other fiduciary relation, the name'
"f the peson or corpoationi for whom
-uch trustee is acting, is -given; also
Lhat the said two piaragraphs contain
(tatelments embracing alliant's full
knowledge and belief as to the circum
stances and conlitions under which
stockholders and security holders who
do not appear upon the books of the
company as trustees, hold stock and
ie v noaas When
and the recipient rec<
F the gif t.
, CtrGlas oLohe
lipa eor uig
line ernPeneays, he
securities in a capacity other than that
of a bona fido owner; and this afflant
has no reason to believe that any oth
er person, ssociation, or corporation
has any interest direct or indirect in
tho said stock. bonds, or other securi
ties than as so stated by him.
AIAALSON IJI-%, Fditor.
Sworn to and subscribed before ine
this IIth day of Dec. 1920.
C. A. POWER,
C. C. C. P.
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