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E.,komi, Aug. 84.-Tho farmiew. are'
about through work and are now
watching the (estructive boll weevil
:u1in their cotton. Creps are till look
ing very dry and bad. We -are need
hug rain very badly.
On .Saturday the '01th. little Aliss
Kathleen C'ulbertsion enraid a
nmiaber of her little fric-nds at a birh
-lay part In Ihonior of her lit h birth
day. After .laying a nuntber of
Owns thy we:-v invited to tiie table
ndrthe" bi". ual time , an;d ty
cake. creuni toi ownioa,. 'hrt- hores
.:nt were 11:11o \%s. s een,Cakivell,
Ei lizabethl and Franices \%iullis .\IIar
ret flirtt, ltith ('ook. Mary ('oer.
.liaet 'inson, Nalneriei Trallni.
Ch~ora Er~l, .\lagaret I-l .\la re,
Riosa 1::::, .lhrd lu tS r n
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Aliss , l1-v. : hz al, oi"\\'it s e -
bensi,, 'i a 11imu:1 withl hor aunit.
Mr. T. ... f'a :'r. Hier fahe la d
:ite . Il the w
Little lias, '-v(,lynI Camlpbiell also enl
rahda large muner of herI little
T. .. ('n n \le . ni
C: tn, S. C.
To Stop a Cough Quick
take HAYES' IHEALING llONEY, a
cough miedichic which stops the cough by
healing the inflamed and irritated tissues.
A hox (if GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Cold. and
Croup is enclosed with every bottle of
HAYES' IIEALING hIONEY. The salvo
should be rubbed on the chest and throat
of children suffering from a Cold or Croup.
The healing effect of liayes' IHealing Hloney in
-ide the throat cobihined with tle henling effect of
Grove's 0-Pen-Trate Salve through the pores of
the skin soon stops a cough.
Both remedies are packed in one carton and the
cost oft lie combined treatment is 35c.
Just ask your druggist for HAYES'
W ( 'H. a il, and~l. well Mas '
* Hlelt I )ressiing Hut' e har
Ilieting. Gatndy Shaft.!!n
We hav e any thing that shouh he 1
823 West Gervais St.
IT MAKES NO DIFFERE.
What your ideas in je'i
known ;to us we will fi
WE ARE SPECIALISTS
no-wr ine and prideh
WHETHER YOU KNOW
What y(ou want or arc
pay you to see us.
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Itetiring District Attorney (ives IIls
tory of Fight Alleged to iave boen
Made Agaiint;t. 11liim by Sen. Dial.
J. W. Thurznond, ret Ir:ng Uniiited
states Dh:tict Attorney. has Issited a
taternnt to the people of the Westei n
litdicial iLIstrict which, in part, fol
) ! tl U i o' (2 he wcqii ,rat districl
of South Carolina:
A.,:ril 22nd, 11,115, 1 tuallfied a1s
nited States attorniey for the West
rin District of South Carolina and w.,2
vappointed by President Wilson'twice
o that (ilice, but iny tenure ended tho
th instant, wh-;ell iny republican DIM..
:e or <;-:it'!'. for in :' t:.
.YA inere arev Iat.,ion it hcreby ex
-0 i! -* - Cc t-Ole Iu "t - , Mo:V me h
hws wi: i have 1:e:1n : i o
o the extnts of the different dpart
,,-nt.; aind the lawyers of the district.
It is inore thanl pleasingi to me10 to he
lhle to say that iny relations with all
ourt oiicials. pro''ibil n :gents. and
he lawyers \ho have had business. inl
he cou1t, arei (e:uinelY cordial.
t n untl ju u:kry, 1!2 1',
-: 1 :n1y % :1 -
w:n'envh ch opplosi; tionl resuiltenl
:I o ;.-!',i! r-- .. thi timec, for a re
S i'a licy .l th i:t , I
rIe with 1 er who haiv.,
I r' th have erved
1ei rl aar tirni.
\hr:";' hi.4tory of thlir h nu e yI
ni d \ i
(I I . t k, Y V ' .
i pa of - ent V;; .,
r ,t r . ol vl n.
iIre'ee ; t Ii to le SiII eato geiiei.1
rl*4vnwtthe atorney ..!elneral t.~ d ' ar
d i :dl vul. y vm. 1 Ixhi .it
t' in 1912, : ny . Il io ttorne y ' tt:n il to
1;I in r '1Y la l'o! Mtt i:- Aoid )lt
he tvithdr.wii frim the senate and it
wa. 111) to i to have it. reje ted by
thi 1:2.t . it he po.:Id.
Ial I'.n that h. coul uot
ujo I l: , rol saw that :hhi oul 101er
his r eltiuge thl isentrhu
conferenc lith eys ttonel gna
.io' ' Sm ioti,:iil a m e s n
h\\in194eatheos altone stati d t
'; i in a Ily rta m amh ery o
Senatr l olumbwita. S. Cob. no
Lott: n swta i ony op
,er . 'p, iy ' alv e itings
-rng o uesteoel 'iI
Coumia S C
rery.,i you make the
was to have my name plgeonholed in
the comminut-tec, and with this inteitioni
he went -to Senator Overman, the rank
ing democrat of that -coniittee, and
urge'd him -to .hold up the confirmation
of my appolutment on the..ground that
I was objectionable to him, and sena
torial courtesy prompted Senator Over
man to hold my nomination in the
comniittee; and since the expiration of
my term li February, 1920, I have dis
charged the duties of the of 1ice under
a law which provides that I should do
r:o until ily successor is appointe(l, 11n(i
While Senator Dial was at Edefl'tt1:
in the eanpaign of 191. he dln'ind with
me in1 my homine. and eO and h:n 1vdnr;ihi
made Cl iriiiess-lon oi Inn adt mv
fr:ends that all vhai1 bn well with me.
if he was elected.
Senatai- Dia recoinendett, In 1920,
Cme aL:VAintmcaIt of Ilion. Thl'omlas P.
'othian for the position I held, but Mr.
Cohran, with lifty Odd other miemi beri's
of the Greeiville bar recommended mv
reapointmient, and many bisiness
men ssur'ed him of tile saiitfactInu
I had givcn in the d ishiarge of the
hute'.4 oM the ollice, yet his hatt-ed for
Senator 'TI II man and his fri en da
h: t!) igmnore all reconm
2.;o is la bhalf, I.iIaltin1 inl
m atith arepublican.
.W I-n (I, thte oiinioll a . p et
enra~ ith a iepIlldicimn lwid bo
ettted lrsidntat the Nove-mbe'r ile
ii . an! :'. sa, that inami uch Is i!w
siall) in simi l nituat id 1l!:*
I.: d r fui.sed i t) confiri m repil lican:
liant d y lresident Tat hat thle
hIn. 1 o refuse ', ::e D..
V < r 1,:n of congre.s, to con
of th a int'.; ofis Ivei
d a \\'lso : ' l l t ith::tat0 ling
''u6! cm 01 1:; ,1- d lt;
tha:. he kn Iw:,h: t 'he roubtd no;.
ht t i,- Withl uny riini o'miyig(
...: d 1 ;I h", 7:m-d UUNiesei
e th eiW::.iCtim :um.:niit aon, imr
1., '1 -. ' )l. Ir l int
t . a a :.:.-na-n t in ex
;tti'te:~x,,tI rnu atu WI (' t I I ItIue4.
ovtii ti fe :Tiaftr itora b ie.
TI cItinan .I hI ret ir
Int ita ' h Ie s un<der prior obliga
inee:ly .i .~t ti ." leAndt the ew
no I ndt A "1 :):i Iitlhaf
oig th: aning;.ou!ak!-sn
t4. to c ofirl tie nomination of Ar.
'1n'd of m lek thwatt -r would
!:'.lory ay"n Bng.
InI -we ii I~emi gis of b ncep
a i . .ne e rin t, 1fo, lie u-k iew than
I i no o.e ping l e 1ss f1 ass
-ty \onw iias d in the om
mitllmiar. fo 11 ts uli but mly rI piblical
ntre, for-. l:ination was confiriid
within as fow hays aftm it was ade.
I rtb- noe cffrt, eithar dirotly or
indirctlIy, t! oa:0n the assiitance of
.\e .lTb he republican re
I: ee ori: tm )ild : I ntieng adte
"Nevert wuld I uit rooki the ' egn.i ant
toine te intei i ~w liltvenisby ii eto
esia il iombne .0,hsatdht
to A. Thr4dspsto st h
intr ofl ne candiae itn h na
til nac, tafr vth . lIath ofSeatorI
TlmThis statementf ~a iuls postvea
untre, hfo re.r hate ats Is yoamy
fague as to thave itatin ahn ihe
<laetionts an dtioejussedvite ful with
mehi tli e wlaitat -defieli durIng
tIolreve iJnes own litrt\'lleness, Lie
tiessof'1. and g .It I. ance
li te.t iii :.t .\un . E i :n r. LI-: lln.
). u aid X~ I rtoii'y o rntint at
pa.t'uary ad-ingto tihe fat tht
a.g, . leave a iean w
NOTICE OF REGISTRATION
state of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Notice Is horeb:- given that books
1 registration for the registration of
1Icctors for the si)ecial bond electiols,
o be held on August 23rd, 1921, on
he (estion of Issuing $70,000 of
,ns(1. by the City of Iaurens for Wa
er Works Improvement and Extcn
1on, and $35,000 of bonds for the
murpose of Street Improvement, and
,20,000. of bonds for Extension and Im
Call for t.
have a pupct
gas withm 6
wide and 3 f
when filled I
bags will last
at one dollar
provenent of the Seworage jSystem,
will be closed at 12 o'clock noon on
Friday, the 12th day of August, 1921.
The said -books are open at the of
'iee of the undersigned, Laurexs S. C.
Tbhe production of a Certifete of
Registration from the Iloard of Regis
!ration of the County entitling the
:1pplicant t6 voto in a polling precinct
withiin the corporate limits of the City
of Laurens is a condition prerequisite
to obtaining a Certificate of Registra
tion for the said special bond clec.
jMx"- =- 1W,17-12TSY- . .;UWC U
ae Little Red 1
ufe or blow-out
U) ro and.0. str
oEXT of POT OFF(
made of heavy den
inches long, with r
ma draw-cord so ba
>y simply drawing the
s are made under gov,
workmanship is' the I
indefinitely, and w
ber, Our Price
ach While The
E, H. Wilke
tions, and the applicant must be a cit
izen of this State, and of the United
States, twenty-one years of age, or
more, a resident of the State two years
or more, a resident of the County for
one year or more, and a resident of
the City for four months or more, and
must have paid 'all taxes assessed
weainst him duo and collectible for
the fiscal year 1920.
-R. E. -BABB,
.Supervisor -qf Registration,
July 14th, 1921.
VagO f yoU
o. r ru.n out of
. We make
yo Jff avwain,
utely Firsts) $8.50
im, 24 inches
can be closed
>est, and these
uld be cheap
s & Co.