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N0tCE OF ELECTION
Pursuant to An Act of the .Genera
Assembly of the State of South Caro
An Act sto authorize and eupowet
the County Board of Commissioner
of La urens County to issue Coupon
Bonds of said Cotry in the sum o
thirty thousand ($0,000.00) dollar:
for the j3umriose of improvement of I
certain road for said County and t<
provide for the payment of same, ap
proved 7th ,March, 1921, and unde
and by vIrtue of a resolution of th
County Board of Commissioners duly
adopted in piursuance of said act, ar
election will be held in Laurens Coun
ty, S. C., on the first Tuesday in April
1921, being te 4if th day of the month
at which election shall be submitted
to the qualifled voters of Laurens
County the question of issuing Ponds
of said County in the sum of Thirty
Thousand Dollars, the proceeds of
which shall be used for permaneni
Road Improvement on road from th<
'Town of Clinton to Musgrove Mill,
isaid Bonds to be issued at such time
and in such denominations as tho
Laurens County Highway Commission
shall determine and direct, and to bear
interest at a rate not exceeding six
ipeir cent. per annum, payable semi
mannlly, July Ist, and January Ist,
.of each and every year and iattring
,within forty years from the approval
sof said act, provided howqver, that
.sald Ronds may be issued in such
'periodica1l series as may be determin
'ed by Laurens County Iligluway Coim
milssion. Salid Ilunds to be issled,
,executed, sold, and the proceeds dis
ryposed of under and by vitrtue of tile
teris of said act, and in P11 ursuaIlce
thereof. prvided a InoijOrity of tile
electors voting in said election shall
vote in favor of thle same.
in said election, those in favor of
the isslancee of Said Bonds sh1all dv
posit a ballot on which shall be writ
ten trit printed the nr01(s5 "Iloids for
Rond from Clinton to l Iusgrove Mill
-Yes." And those opposed to tile
isslince of said Honds shall deposit
.a ballot onl wilic shall be plainly
rienor p~rinted thereon, "Bllmh4 for1
Roal from lintol to Alisgrove Alili
'rhe following named persons are
hereby apointed Managers to Col
duet said Election:
Lumirens-Jas. M. Clardy', .It 11.
Roper, It. L. Wolff.
~aurn1s Alil--J. W. Ilellas, John
Montgomery.Tonms Bramlett. .
WaItts pll- . F.Stroud(. Luther
Corbin. A. F. Coleman.
Ora-John Wallace, W. E. McClin
tock, W. J. Bryson.
Money alc ithlc ou (n1 t ( I
if HINT' Snt at 'n th..
tren'mr-nt ofl frCT-. i-.C/RMA,
RINOWORI, TE 'It r
j.ther itchhrg nin den,: -. r.
T ya73 cc:%' )-X e C
Laurens Drug Co.
of all r
Get that exqrnL
T-HAT is precisely
TPr est-O-Lite Serv
your present battery la
to stand on; until it g
And you won't be tol
battery until all hope f
That's the Prest-O-Li
~which the tremendous
-was built, and on which
Go, therefore, with
Prest-O-Lite Service I'\
expert and honest opir
is strong and healthy,
When you do need a
glad-to know that Prest
war prices and that
made on your old battel
Get that ezaminatior
season beckons you
West Main St.
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Pull up where start -
yu see this sign reac
Lanford-Russel Patterson, J. E
higgins, Walter 'Prince.
Youngs-J. f. Abercronmbie, R. A
Qgaris, Paul Bobo.
Pleasant Mound-C. E. 'Burdette, G
F. Pulley, Edgar Garrett.
Stowarts Store-Laf'ayette Hender
son, A. J. Hughes, C. 0. Jones.
Cooks Store-Zady Cooper, J. Il
Cook, W. N. Stevens.
Grays--F. -L. 'McIntire, N. G. Thon
as; W. A. Godfrey.
Thompsons Store--Hamp Hellams
Roy White, L. .W. GCilliland.'
Owings-R. W. Curry, L. L. Temple
ton, G. 'M. Iflrooks.
Gray -Court-L. Z. Wilson, W. H
Barksdale, T. F. Babb.
Dials John Simmons, E. D. Harris
Y. M. Thomason.
Shiloh--M. G. Wallace, F. F. Hel
lams, Clyde Wilson.
Woodville-J. 1 Wham, W. R. Put
nain, J. 4). Terry.
Hickory Tavern-R. M. Bolt, J. A
Baldwin, W. LM. Abercrombie.
Princeton-W. 1. 'Freeman, A. J.
Monroe, M. H. Traynham.
Poplar Springs-W. 13. Davis. 1u.
gene Sinpson, Twyman .Pitts.
Daniels Store--Joe Odell, M. W
Hill, J. L. Martin.
Mt. Pleasant-Troy F. Moore, A. B
Puller, W. 11. Williams.
Tip Top-W. R. Sims, S. A. Taylor
Ek91-S. R0. Williams, J. G. Cooper
J. F. Walker.
Waterloo-J. I. Wharton, Jr., H-er
hert Nelsoln, S. L. "Moore.
CIross Hill-Il. H1. Fuller, W. 1.
Gifiin William S. Atkinson.
r, ounill -B1. R. F1,1lle, \V. J.
Cluck. W. C. lHip;.
Mopew-ell-T. T. Browui. D. M. WVIl
Ilanma, C. F. Burord.
Goldville-.lamos Brcrvning, WN. E0.
B13lalock, Will H1am.
Clinton Mill----T. Y. Abrams, G. A.
Campbell. J. ). Ward.
Clinlton-L. 1). .\cCrary, .1. W1.
Iaeake. T'. P. Milaml.
L~ydia .\i11-C. N. 'Manning, C. L.
llairston, W. -i. Turner.
enno- --I)av-id W C\opeland, W. M.
.\le~ lla'i J. 1. Bell.
Ljangzstoni-10'. M. Donnon, M1. M.
Poole. D. A. Glenn.
Secure boxes at Clerk of Court's
ofilco from W. S. Poiver, See. to Coi
missioners of EIlection.
Said clection shall be conducted in
all respects in accordance with the
laws of force governing the conduct
of Ge-v:-al and Special elections in
tho State. and at such electionls all
'1uly qialified oleptors of the County
l alified to v-o' e thelein inder the
laws goi: Gneral and Speelal
ciections in this State, shall be per.
mitted to v't'.
Th e maa-e .' rhall make Iheirtl re
Stun; to the"' Countty I Board of Com
m tsioners for I.:utr'ns County. who
bhall. receive the -ame an(d declare
.. D. W. WATTS,
A. 11. MoO..
A. h1. fL1AlELY.
Coutiy Board of Commissioners.
09 f, 7
the function of the
ce Station-to make
at until it hasn't a leg
asps and gives up the
d that you need a new
r the old one is gone.
te code of ethics on
it will be maintained.,
confidence that the
!an will give you his
ion. If yogr battery
he won't 'recommend
struck the "vice" out
new battery, you'll bei
-O-Lite is back to pre
in allowance will be
now. The motoring
md a sound, strong
Laurens, S. C.
es tihan one four-hundredth
power-reserve for a sin gle
-and the generator quickly
YOUNG WARt REPORTED
FtOM- A SAXON TOWN
itattle of Machine Gun Fire Reitmilnder
of Old Days. All Workers Heavily
Iondon, March 25.-Alhough the
situation arising .from the commluniat
outbreak of Germany is still danger
ous, the communists are being over
come .by 'the forces of law and order,
according to reports from the differ
ent centers, says a Central News dis
patch from Berlin today.
There has been no .repetition of the
disorders in Hanberg, where the po
lice are masters of -the situation, the
Investigation of the reported com
inunist attempt to .blow up 'the statu
ary in 'the Sieges Allee in Berltu Is
declared to have revealed 'the exist
ence of a ny'idesprad conspiracy of vio
lence, 'which .was -to have -been started
today, 'Good Friday.
Eisleben, Germany, March 25.
Fighting between the communists and
security police for possession of Eisle
ben had extended this morning to a
half .mile front in the -western section
of the town 'with .the positions of ad
vantage ch anging -iands: from moment
to moient. The communists army of
2,500 'was being reinforced steadily by
peasants and villagers, carrying army
guns, coining into town )by unknown
roads on foot and on bicycle.
Rifles, Iachtine guns, grenades and
dynami-te, w'hich were heard contiinu
ously .throughout the nighi had be
come. a cotiitious rum 'le esem:bling
(rumnfire. From the post and tele
gra~iph building the combat iwas visible
and above the roar of Ilring could -be
heard tue calls of encouragement to
both 8i(es and the cries of the twound
ed, lying where they fell.
isleben, (ermany March 2<i.-The
street flghtings as a result f the coin
Inunist outbreak which has been in
plrogress for the last forty hours in
this imlportalt copper mining town
of Saxony, was contiunlag desperately
tonig'ht with a hand-to-hand combat
at .the railroad station and in the
streets in the cen-ter of the city.
The rattle of machine gun fire, the
crash of hand grenade exPloslons andl
tle popping of rifles has been goin g
on steadily for the last three hours.
Two thousanId police Were holding the
east 'half of 'the town, while 2,500 we
ien were il possession of the 1weste'ni
section. All the wiork eis are- heavily
armaed ad well dis clplinted.
The int ensity of the figlitin; may
e judged fIrom' tlhe fact that the rail
tation changed hands twice In
ithe twenty minutes preedin the il
ing of this die:,ateh. The ;>ohice n)W
are inl Iossession of the station.
Holies of the dead and severely
oinded wee t ill lying tonight inl
tho t'eet -where the victimis fell
twent y liurs ago. The le.s severely
wounded weie rord ed in sh'ltered
do(irways with bullets rairing puls of
Idust alout them.
'h1e extent of tle casualties on 'ithIi
er side Is not definit ely known, but at
least 20) werev killed andi 50 woun ded
ini this morniing's flihting.
Itail road andl telephlone coiimuntiicat
tions with FEisleben have been cut andl
nto auitomtobilist has been found diaring
enough to enter the city in his car.
The correspiondeint caine into town on
T1he telegraph ollce was found In
the hands of th'e pollce, who consent
ced to trainit this report of lie fight
lng, the sendIng of the message pire
etui. .:;-. ::i Ic machine : gtuns raked the
adj renct' stree'L andr tie ,beople living
niieat b a cre hudd111ed in t heir darken
ed houses, peein-g through the blinzds.
Th'le workmizen wvere holding the
'mu nic iPal IlightIig pla, b() ut Ipermit
tedi its contitnued opieraitionl.
All the roads lead intg into) thle town
arne uinder fire.
Tlhe figh ting at this hour a ppearedC~
to be growing in i nteinsity a nd It seem
edi .probable that furthle r wir iCcom
imunication with the outside worldi
wvould hav'e to 'be fromi Ilalle, 18 miles
lierlin, .\arch 25.--Belief was ex
pressed in governiment circles todaiy
that unless the commutnists succeed
in 13'ilg up midl-(ermainy'si Industrial
areas in a general st rlke, the .govern
menit wviili e able to cope withi the
riot ing prevailing in Eisleben, Mans
fold, I tettstedt and ltua
Thel local cominun ist organizations
thius far have not been given open
suiAport .1)y the natinal coimisti
leaders, most of .whom are away from
Bierlin or are in seclusion here.
Th'le majority and independhent so
(1in1ists and thle i andependlent1 labor unfl
ions cont tine l'heir .vigorous condem
:'tion c' the# pir('mnt commnifiist re
volt 'warin g o-rganized labor against
giving the communists moral nor phys
TPhe 'gas aind wvater works in Htalie
aren tied til although the other muni
clpa11l plants votedi against striking.
Trho commuunists also are making an
effort to shutt down the Goethan P'ow
cer plant near flitterdeld, which suip
lies a large section of Berlin .with
cuirrent. Ti'echnical auxiliary trocips
are In readliness to keep the public
utilities in operation should the em.
vloyees walk out.
COFFEE MAR9KET BREAKS TO
LOWEST LEVEP)L SINCE 190,
New York, farch 16.-Under con
tinued pressure of liquidation due t<
poor sipot demands, continued large re
colpts from :BMzil and the lowest-Bra
zilian exchange rate in over twenty
years, the coffee market today broke t(
,how low -levels, the lowest since 1908
lay contracts sold as low as 5.13 ant
-uly as low as 5.50, representing de.
clines of 27 -to 28 points from lasi
night's close. Spot coffee was selling
at 6 cerrts .for Rio 7's.
When the body begins to stiffen
and movement becomes painful it
is usually. an indication that the
kidneye are out of order. Keep
them organs healthy by taking
?he, world's otandard remedy for k1dny,
liver, bladder and iric acid troubles.
:Aniems since 1696, '."ak r-..gularly and
ceep in good health. In three sizes, all
druggists.. Gunrantew-. ta reprsinted.
L0ek top IIhv namne Cold] o~a nvaty ban
come and tal
ful prices we
made on our
Our customers have ap
special offer on ginght
that we will repeat the
for Saturday only,
6 Yards for
One lot to a cust
Very special offer in
tain goods; flowered; 27
10c per Y4
8 1-3c Ya
Special Lot, Bought
gain, Just Rece
10 yards to a cu
S. & H. Green1
With Every Pur
ReieveYour NR does it by improving
n o mtaisIR and elimination
For 25c. the Iogc* way.
NR Taday-Rellef or No PV
MOO .ft three vita g0M bf rneatre poi enewuWa 1
fooithe omtracti o nourishn Think OSwo olo th i t dxptU*IW tb~d I(W
I~ael U~~t~at lnirf~~- wt ~ n medicines ha~ failled.'ihoosandothre
f roi c & Va the dUl othu v ers of Nature'e atsmol* (N Tab
dt In ao many case Whore other
o any eI no a l T rfVtco- et me in o ad Totsn d m k he
thecnes -oe sp o rt t er r us n g Nia Ta ta every day d b
bnl r o an aokn as.O reli dr . u hy gg4
X001 ,u~~ I4a!= time 60 ZOucl or Uneertai
ft3Vd9MM and ~ things? X 26o box -of NAture's
tienv mansH fDaUigg' to- drir3if RemedV, (Nit Tablets) con
Sandm ustfoom r containg enough to last. ivanty.
that in turn. Ofteul meansSal'- gi 'optmle.adst
povershed aot age of th e yo daMmwt nelr- you, Mu4
saema~ W.. oorelimnaton sfactor7, befleil pr' gost. you
ana.eft or k g on SprM.ing an
moans e n Iraton of Wpte o nrad
satter w e ah.rpoisonste still pthe rlie Idmnti uly
oal choic merhan ie ofhatis. ati
'rital top ~eas and powe. to, the. pnoes digestion, tones the liver; re&'
devloet-n to d 2se rio u eas tllothe urat.. kidney uAtd. Bowel action, Izw
et o r S ia l raves the bloo and cleanses t
3fthoumatlm),,.dth to sonie lnterftb'- ivhole system. Youtlt feel I lice, a now,
once with the ' roas of elimination, person when you've ten Ni Tabetw
failure to got. id, of certain body of week. You've tibtr tho expenalveD
f0o3soo-.cannot be1 expected to yield edicines and dotoral. now make the
oaymedicine that Ifalls to correct reni teat. You'll got results this time..
the condition responsible for it. CouldC Natoure' u Rmpdn (NR Tablets) ei
any reasonablo ermxi, expect to rid soldi guarantedd and' recommended by,
bIniself of rheumatic. in as lon' f as your druggist L
G oods counter. Yo wil b surp ie -a
~TA BLE T3 WF
is and customers continue to
e advantage of the wonder
Lare making on Spring and
Chandise. In spite of iaroads
stock we amre still uaelityifuvy
ew Extaspec als
spal ofer- Th 12m isher Yrdiesit
Doiln'rvai Unil Lot l heoed lOt o
God-coI.r T RYwilb urse at
widoRcr tOOD valORE hiheveye.r
LAUEN , wel maC.odqult;vr