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X0TICE OF ELECTION
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Notice of Special Election on the
Questoion of Is1uing Vouiponi Bonds of
the City of Laurens in tie Sum of
$20,000 for Sewerage Extension and
Improvement of the Sewerage System.
Whereas, a written petition of a ina
Jority of the freeholders of the City
of Laurens, as appears from the tax
books of said City, has been illed with
the City Council of the City of Lau
rens, asking that an election be held
in saidl City of Laurens. at ,which shall
be submitted to the qualified electors
of said City the question of issuing
coupon bondls of the City of Laur'ens
in the sum of $20.000, payable within
forty years from the (late of issue,
and hearing a rate of interest not er
ceiding six (6) iper cent per annum.
for the purpose of sewerage extension
and improvement of the sewerage sys
tein in said City: and,
Wheras, the C"ity Council of the
City of Laurens has duly considered
said petition, canvassed the same, and
found it to be in proper form, and
sitied by the required number of free
holders as prescribed by the Consti
tution and Statute Laws of the State
of South Carolina. made and provided
in such cases, and upon consideration
thereof adopted an Ordinance and
Resolution dated 1-Ith day of July,
1921 that the prayer of the petition be
granted, and that the questikm of said
honds shall be submit.te(l to the qualil
fled, duly registered electors of said,
City of it1'urens, at a Special Election
to be held in and for the said City of
Laurens on the 23rd day of August,
NOW Tl-illii-A,ORI, Notice is here
by given that a Seial Election will
be held in the City of lzaurens oil the
23rd (lay of August, 1921, upon the[
question of issuilng bonds of the City
of I,aurt'eis inl the sulm of $20,000, pay
able within forty years from (late of
issue. and bearing interest at not ex
(eeetling six (6 Per e(nt PIer annum
for the purpiose of Sewerage Ixtell
sion and Improvement of the Sewerage
Systent of the ('City of Ianrens. Said
election shall ie held at. the following
places: \Vardi 1, at City Clerk's Otlice;
Wardl 2. at Switzor's Store: \Vard 3, at
Laurens Cotton Mills Store; Ward 1,
at D avis-Roper C1"o. Store; \ard ,
at .1ones-Taylor Iardware Co. Store:
\Vard i. at City 'ower 1ouse; that
the following have been appointed
mnitagers to onducet the said electionl:
\\'ard1 I, J. 1. Tollison. .1. 11. Thiomp
son, W. I. lIrns; \ard 2, .hll Swii -
,zer, 0.111 11. Cunningha n, .1. -D. Sex
lol- Wanti 1. \Valter I141llatm1s, 4. J.
Avery, \Villie P'owers; WVard -1, E. \V.
Martini, J. C. Wassonl. .1. \V. Fowler;
\Ward 5. It. P. .llnes, Fred Fuller, It.
11. Owen.': \Ward G., T. \M wa ltolier. E%.
\v. machen, ':. T. Todtd.
At sait election t11 1e rttills shal1I l he
ipnoll Iiat it t o'cloc ill t Forenoon
and closed t' -1 'clock1I it'w Al 0
noon I. At I hl I lt n Ih t
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of1, a r n shal hL In il~ tI vote.)t 1, , II
telatc( the wotr ls "lVn E"i a N ",
andl the elector fa o in'. th is to
E.\V hOV' 1-oi sl'l ven- k: halto :.
aning the woni ". I'',a ! ' n'h
t a m i n t h e i - n . f h a l l i i
all vote a hdiot co t ig1:wc wondi
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said (1ty of 1.:1ns h I th' < y of
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Clrk anild Trea~unt- .
LAATVEnRM INwilINE TaletI,'emov, tite
EW GO ES i~nt * sin br .t'.
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(ttpn ~'il's lli ne o ette01I t .ia
Wot he ti n' . *loh I at lt'111,
lohes s clny fnlt er ic
h 'hk conwi e (to 11njoy~t it ha
fetelin c h? ic fn csiy
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BILL TO PUNISH
11111 Submitted for Neff's Approval
Jieairs N amles liepresenta lies Againist
H. K. K.
Austin, Tex.. .1tily 21.-A resolution
requesting that a bill to prescribe
penalties for persons "disguising
themselves and violating the laws of
the state by inflicting putsishment it-p
on persons against whom no legal
complaint had been filed," be submit
ted to -the Texas logislature was pre
sentedi to Goverinor Netf today by Rep
resentative iPutnml. 'Before the sig
natures of forty-nine state represen
tatives. The bill. Mr. Putnam said,
was aimed at the Ku Klux Klan.
Mr. Putman also showed the gov
ernor what was purportedl to be an
appll icat ion blaik for iemnbership in
the "invisible l')mpire, Knights of the
Ku Klux Klan." Beyond remarking
that the reltuiireients of the al)plica
tion "were more stringent" than lie
had thought, the governor was non
committal, according to llepresenta
tive Putman. The ap'lioation, Mir.
Putman said, reciIred prospective
miembers to remit ten dollars and to
guarantee on honor -to conform to the
organization's constitution and by
laws. "If I -prove untrue as a Klans
man I will willinigly accept whatever
penalty yotir. -.1uthority miay itup)ose,''
is one of the obligations, Mr. Plutman
The petilton to Governor Neff was
originated as a result of activities of
muasked bands which (illring 'the past
few months have flogged or tarreLd and
feathered nearly a score of idersons in
'le attorney general's department
an nou ncel yesterday, that in vestiga
tion of these acts was cntirely ,within
the provitt"ee of district attorneys.
Overnigi' reports a(liel oth er' vie
tilts to the ai te:ily long list. At ltf
Iin late yest ertiay Sherwood Vi nson
was treated to a coat of tar and
foathers, loss tlhani twenty-fourl hours
after Hen \Be ley hadi receivl siiniflhir
treatnint there. Ielat('l reports frot
111y City said \V. 1. lloopingarler.
bak asiewas tare ad ethered
Saturday niiht atl forc d to leave
Shotli Widow anal iThen kills Self
Kin n. N. C., .ltily 21. l.an nie
Itest., a t ransfer driver, late i today shot
Stal serioiusly wounded Mirs. \'ltIir
I,'hl. I - islow and shlopkletwr. Cown
du : Il bi re ".e ( n hin . -.f If. c
la- Wis. tilll a siahit eb::ne .Iy
lIer hu i ati was illi' inl a ll isio
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* .HICKORY TAVE.N NEWS
'lickory Tavern, July 25.-Most of
the farmers are about through 1.aying
by. The boll weevil is makinig his
appearance in this community, near
ly all -the farniers having found a few.
Our base ball team crossed bats
With Poplar team Saturday, the score
ending 12 to 2 in favor of Hickory
Miss lateile Traynham, of the
Friendship section, Spent part of last
week with Mrs. Cecil Madden.
.\Mr. John Abercrombie stepped on
a nail a few (lays .ago and has been
suffering with his foot, but .we are
glad to repor he is better no0w.
Mrs. Buzhardt, of the New hlarmony
section, was the welcome visitor of
her daughter, Mrs. W. MI. Abercrom
ie, last Thursday. We are always
glad to see her and have her in our
mnidst. She is such a Jolly old lady.
.\rs. il Yella Roper had the isfor
tune to stick a nail in her foot a few
days ago and has been suffering a
great deal, but is better now.
.\Messrs. )avid and Joe Brown lee,
of Dials, spent Saturday moriling in
liss Corrie Knight returned holc
Saturday evening after attending the
summer school at Winthrop college.
Mrs. Sarah lIolt is sick at this writ
ing at the home of her daughter. Mi's.
Mrs. Mae Rhodes. of Rliddles Old
Field, spent l.ast week .w iti her par
ents, All. and ..lrs. J. E-. oper.
lrs. Ada Auston. of lainar Coun
ty, Alabama, was tile visitor of her
neplihew, Mr. ''ecil .\laddell, last Sat
.l. J. Gilli .Sumerel, who had tle
misfortune to get his leg broke, oil
the 23rd of .June, at Ilodges, wh1il0
helping to unload a car of telephone
poles. aft en speln ding 25 days in ithe
Greenlwootl hospital, retirtled holne
last Tuesday and is getting a lon g filme.
\\e hope t see him out a1i11onu Irhs nh
,.N Colier Aber cronbie and fam
Iy spent 'Ihu rsday night. with M.\r.
Frank Andrson. of Cliiton.
M r. (leve K night and failly, of
Prlincettn. were the welcome gues
of \Ir. W. S. ilt last Sinday.
'vverylb ly talk.s hant tilnw! hut iH
one w Il .ust wtvh. '. tht :Ii. ttniht)!ios
that are g1i u1 and down -ths road
w iill stop l rd
Itural l'olct'nin ' ohnll w n
and Inth Ititgew.y pa'id itroug
Ihs rt Sturd i y t .
with.\l i:s I it nh-i . \ :-'roi hi
A few of ou y ount: pople attend
ed I.im laa 1.1%% y j at rd y njh1a
\r.11. . \\L : on'!!* s1 . in1 the l'rkedship
conliniunity. All r innt ;Ic n n.
days with hi r tilI. ':11t Hi oll. ()l
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ofergyan: i Vit -,ant by uinaynii ha ind
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