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NOTICE OF 'ELECTION .
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Notice of Special Election on the
Question of Issin1g Coupon Bonds ol
the City of Laurens in the Sum of
$70,000 for Water Works Extension
FWhereas, a writen petition of a ma
jority of tne free-holders of the City
of Laurens,.as appelarB from the tax
books of saId city, has been filed withi
the City Council of the City of Lau
rens, asking that an election be held
in said City of Laurepn1, at which
shall .be submitted to the quallfle(I
lectors of Stid C , tl--! questiion of
Issuing coupon hond(s of tho City of
lLaurens in the mli of $70,000, pay
able within forty years from the dlate
%of issue, and bearin-g a rate of inter
est not exceediing six (6) percent. i''
annum, for the purpoe of W'atet
Works Improvement an1d Extenjsioni in
said City; and,
Whereas, the said City Council of
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Our Association is now licensed to
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Abbeville, Greenwood, McCormick,
Edgefleld, JAuI rens, Saluda. Lexington.
Richland, Calhoun, and Spartanburg.
Greenville, i'ickens, Damberg, Barn
well, Claremdon. Sumter, Lee Kershaw
The oflicers are: -Gen. J. Fraser
Lyon, President, Columbia, S. C.; J. I.
Blake, Gen. Agt., Secty. and Treas.,
Greenwood, S. C.
A. 0. Grant .. .. ..Mt. Carmel, S. C.
J. M. Ganbrell .. .. Abbeville. S. C.
J. R. Blake .. ......Greenwood, S. C.
A. W. Youngblood .. ..Hodges, S. C.
J. Fraser Lyon .. .. Columbia, S. C.
n. H. Nicholson .. ..Edgefleld,S C.
W. H. Wharton ......Waterloo, S. C.
W. C. Bates .. ......Batesburg, S. C.
J. R. BLAKE, Ven. Agt,
Greenwool, 8. C.
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N. B. DIAL President
the Vald City of Laurens has duly
considered said petition, canvassed
the same, and found it to be in proper
form, and signed by the reqluired
number of freeholders as prescribed
by the Constitution and Statute Ljaws
of the State of South 'arolina, made
and provided in such cases, anti pon
consideration thereof adopted an
Ordinance and Resolution dated 14th
(lay of uJly, 1921 that the 'prayer of
the petition be granted, and that the
queistion of said bonds shall be sub
mitted to the qualified, dlly register
led electors of said City of Laurens, at
a Special Election to be held in and
rot tie said City of i2aurens on the
23rd day of August, 1921.
NOW. 'I11 IFOf l , Nolice Is iete
by given that a Special 1Election will
be held in the City of Laurens on the
2'rd (lay of August, 1921 upon tile
iuestion of issuing bond;s of tihe City
of Taurens in tile sum of $70,000, pay
able within forty years fronl date of
~ssue, and bearing in teret at not ex
reeding six t6) percent. per. anlllml.
.for the plirpose of Water Works Im -
prlement and 1xtension in said CIty.
Sald election shall be held at the fol
lowing places: Ward 1, 'at City
Clerk's Oficee; Ward 2, at Switzer's
Stote; Ward :1, at Laurens Cotton
Mlls Store; Ward -1. at Davis-Roper
Co. Store; Ward 5, at Jones-Tay'or
Co. Store; and11 Ward 6. at City i'ow e
I lousc: that the following h1ave beentl
a js:oin!ted lllanlagers to condtl Ihe
Said electioll: Ward I , .1. M. Tollison.
.J. I". Th'lomlpsonl, W. 1. 11lurn1s; Ward
2. .1ohn Switzer .oh11 I. Cntinilgham,
.1. D. Sexton; Ward 3. 'al ter IIella ms
S. .1. Avery, Willie I'owers; Ward -.
P. W. Martin, J. C. Wasson.t .1. W. Pow
ler; Ward ;-, It. P. .lns, Fred Fulle'r,
It. 11. Owens; \Ward t, 6T. Mack toper,
M. W. Machei. and X. T. Todd.
At said election the polls shall be
opented at 8 o'clock ill tile forlenoon
and clos.-d at 1i o'clock in the aft(r
1101n. At said election only qualified,
registered electors of tite City of iaut
rens shall be entitled to vote. That
if(t, heallots shall have printed upon
theim thie (uestion to be submitted and
tle word(ls "yes" and "no", and the
elector favoring the issue of said
bonds shall vote a ballot containing
the word "yes", and the elector
against the issue of said bonds shall
vote a ballot containing the word
.11y Order of the ('ity Counnel of the
said City of Laurens, this I Ith day
of July, 1921.
.INO. A. FIIANKS,
.STANTEI"Y W. C11EWS,
('lerk and Treasurer.
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bsolutely rigid and weather tight.
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during. Delightful to livo in.
Dosigns Changed to suit your
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State kind of house you want to
buildl( and we will send spe
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C. H. ROPER, Cpahier
SINN FEIN DEIXAND
Iminmtil encie is Expressedl at. j'nt roniz.
lug Air of the London Newspapers.
Lonodon, July 25.--Notlhilng less than
national indeleidt-lice will contelit
the Siini Fein leaders. The Irish Ilut
lethin, official organ of the Dail 10Ire
alln, iakes tiis declaration from lithe
licadquarters in Dublin.
While nothing Is actually known of
the iatiur'e 'of tle ove1 ilenit's Iro
pos als beyond tlt geneial outlinle of
dominioni hollie rule and fiscal auto
111ony)'. The 11iu.letin11 conil ins aln out
ho r;1st a.;alsint the assum i t ons of the
'rKtlsl .r-1 .;, (011CCIIing IlI nE*8otia
ions. which appears to show that the
pr11oposals aie tinat Isfactory so far ats
souithernii I reland is iconcerined.
teseintinenit is exip5essed at hints in
the Iliiislh iewsimpers t I'S thai tei'e
wouhId be a revival of tle 'military
trror" unlss the(, so-called "coices
VF ons" wer-e accepted. "Hlut, declared
the olhiial org:in of il(' t rpublican
paliamen1cit, "thev Irih pevole will
agee )to nothing which diies the an
cient un1ity. of rlador. seek to iml
poi;e upon thi 1Ttiol alien dominion
of any kind.
This outburst, which ineientally re
ptiiates any wish to coeirce lIster, in
takenl inl certainl qutarters to be m1or~e
of aln exiirrssiol of hipatience with
tiet( pationizing air of' somte of ite Lon
d(on Inewspa pe's than an indication of
:, Irt ach in the lit iigotat lions. It at
least iilconlirms the ill prcssion general
ly livd here that tIe pIthi to peace Is
likely to Ir'ove long and diflicult.
Aceording to Associated I'ress dis,
patches from Ireland the government.
proposals Inclhud a, plan to r eorlgalize,
the ii ish police on a civil basis, elili
nating the militaiy clement and dis
banuidinlg (lie auxiliaries. This would
be ati Important concession to Irish
l:amoni de Valera, the riepublic4in
loader. took illp with the members of
lis valinet today details of the British
proposals, pr'eparatory, it is under
rtiood to submitting them to the I1)ail
The liiish vahinlet council tonlight.
I deeided to bring the session of parlia
ment to an end Atigist 29, "unless an
Irish ettleiimt makes an uillltumn ses
This provisional decision is taken to
1van l that tie goveti i nient is still hope
ful Of peace in Ireland. The day was
witht r tow ar'ds a solution,
anid the publihe \;sleft. 4 t oiu der. inl
thv realim of onillre, for. the priie
minlisitr was able only to l-oisit. the
h!, 11 v Of com11:11ons.- a stAatement on Ithe
;I it'ii ri siome tii inlt tih( fut i.e and
w..'Olicial replortr'. Ml-. Iloy'i Gevorgte
Ii e!ared th:0 all e puldished mzate
I: retding tilie term&, of lettl
t'ullt.1d.i!tts rtccived frontl ( -v 1';Of
thw Irish r":'llblican arm,1y re*4tard1ing
tlu- vio..Wton of thet t"11cf vonlditions, by
l!!.. h 'soldl)i:r have niot yet1 been'
It .,[\,( . not 3 . . Se
L.ANF'OBi NF.W~s *
I aaniiford, July 2-5.-~ 'lTe illural School
m.Iprovent assoiael tio meI t lat to Fri
day afte'r)o. T program was (n
"luteirtr andi Antier'icanl l'oets"'.
Tihiit on thie prograI1in wer le .\iS liia
reeited the "Plsalmi of ife." and .\rs.
TI. A. D~rummond,* w ho recited the
fir st loemli ('omiposied by I ,ongfel lowv.
.\hlts. J. 31. lem~ling antd .\3.s. .1. 8. 1iig
gins serv'ed del ighitfun Iriefreshiments,
t'ntiistinig of sandw~iiches, olives,
i ceami anid cake, and that in aibuntd
Itev. II. 31. 'Itoberts~on prleac(hied a
good ser'mon Sunday morning. The
Ip(rot racted mieet ing will begin on the
isth Sunday and continue dturing the
liev. C. 1'0. Vermillilon, of Ilaaurens,
pre'aclhed Sunday afternoon for Rev.
Watts, and1( delighted is hearers with
an able sermon. .We are always glad
to see Hiro. Vermillion.
.\l1)s. C. 12. Watdrepi entertained abot
1(i little girls Saturday afternoon at
a ;)arty', which was very much enjoyed
by3 atlI present.
.\iss Mlozelle Boho, of Laurens, is
visIting M\isses Alargaret .\ary and
313ts. Al ice~ 1)113ay Compton and lIIttle
grandi~sion, of Grcenwood are'i vIsiting
.\lrs;. (. I'. C'ox and1( othter' friend:; andi
dler)Xonville and( A\sheville biefore thieir
friends whoi ,te glad toI see heor.
.\lt:. .1. W\. I ,anrford has been sufferi
igu ithl boil, but1 is; letter at this
.\ i ss ('arryve Fowl1er, are'( movintg to
Orat t his weekm h to ( thle iregret 01
thir man y friends lhere wvho are
sorr'y to gi ve t hem u p. Ora should
feel fortunathe to have thiise g-ood peo
pIh' in thieir2 idst.
.\lalsterv Johln AM. Cannon enteitained
f iite' a gooid numbher of his little
fiends in hionoir oIf Alas te i' ernard'i
pleasing ,way, beating lils drum and
singing solos much to -the delight of
all his little guests. They all en
Joyed the occasion.
Mrs. L. M. Cannon and Mrs. J. D.
Johiinson spent a very pleasant day
with Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Franks re
..Mrs. Adams and children, of Foun
taii 1111, !)elt a few dlays with lM's.
J. It. iPatterson recently.
Prof. J. 1C. Martin and Miss Marie
Martin, of the facul-ty of Greenwood
schools, were visitors of .\lrs. 0. 1".
Fowler, who has been Very sick -lhe
Engraved Cards and Invitntions.
Advertiser Printing Co.
"TiHE MON EY YOU DOJ
"BUY THE (
For the odd jobs o:
you don't need the
Insist on "Tide Water"
Cypress- you ann irden
tify it by this niarl:.
>fz M5I U 3
Lower grades will am
just as long. Save ]
Write us for list of FREE I
and no substitutes" from y
YOUR LOCAL DEALER WILL S
t City V
At City Filling Static
Its clean, w
rr'HS isthe reas
AI alNw erfec
suCCessful. XOil C;
accurately to withi
time you bakc a jpai
or cook a roast.
Instead of the old way
more often thli' not bi
experience ithd a New
hiow easy it is to get suti
Youa ca.n adiju.,I the h<
takes sev'erael minutes
metchod of ae coat! rant;
Over 1.000,000 house
Perfection enjoy the re!
anid w.'od eart'ying' ant
DID NOT EXCITE; JAPS
Toklo, July 25.-Tho Japanese for
eign office, it ,was ailounled today,
will Lake nlo action in Connection with
the recent deportation of .Juaineye
workers from the harvest fidds at
'Turlock, California, beyond reqiuesting
an inivestgration and a report oin the
incident from the Japanese consul iln
San Franicisco. Foreh,n ofilce ofilials
C7' 11A4'E TO SPEND ON REP,
1RADE THAT FIT
building and repairing a
higher grades of
"THE WOOD ETERNAL"
,wer just as well for many of
rour money. "Buy-tlie gra(
iLANS for farm buildings - but in the neat
aur local lumberdealer-no matter for who
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UPPLY YOU. IF HE HASN'T ENOUGH CYP
H TIR ES I
) Per Cei
Iways have you
ad style in stoci
Anizing of the Better
ul cam zing
[n why Cooking with that go with
tion is so easy and fortable t
in regulate the heat attitherfe
11 a few degrees every bilue chiniie
ticular k indl of pastry against the
rnmall loss; b
of "rush ing the fi re"' anrid m t o
urn ing: your cakes, a littleerctnwilhoyu cabinet ai
conful~t rell Smiormy, popular. le
e ini a --econd where it orn-br
th h edrat ad dmpe
eepeon whlo uste the New C)Lcfi
efthat it affords froem coalI .
I all the litter and bother STANDAJI]
Oil Cook Sov
dela~:red t hey regard(ecd the ineblenta
local aff'air and expressed confidence
that the Amerleian authbritles would
a-dopt .-III me(IIasures ncsay
It wa-, added by the ofi(iials that
c't I (.r:rc( of smue: incidetts were
r(tatble atnd iauble Io -'rovoke ull
(eirable agrtAdon at (lhe taime when
Ja:ian and the I'nited Sta te; were
earnitesty see*ing a itittial under
FIRS IS ALL. P)ROFIT."
S THE JOB"
round the place
Insist on "Tide Wat -r"
Cypress-i-your an itarn.
tify it by th:- ti.k.
-Timi- - '
these jobs - and last
,c that fits the job."
itime insist on "CYPRESS
t purpose you buy. Address
RESS LET US KNOW AT ONCE.
them. Their k itchens are mosre comt
vork in, too, especially duing w~tarmn
ture of te New Perfection is it.; lon.,
'y. This drives clean, 5oles lheu
cooking uttensi!s with an extremely
v r.'liahion. You e-tn ;.AAst
h the little mtie ,I oor.
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