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HARl.DiNG WAN''S COM3MUNITY
I[ELP FOR IDLE FOLK
]Requests Governor and Mayors
Througrhout Country to Organize
('omnunity .linchinery in Behalf of
Washington, Oct. 3.-Governors and
mayors throughout the country were
asked by President lHarding in a pub
lie statement today to organize In each
community machinery for the corree
tion of economic conditions along
lines worked out by the unemuployment
conference here. The conference, the
president dccfared. had demonstrated
that conditions couild no' be met pro
perly without such local co-operation.
lie announced that a central agency
woI e mtain cd h1re undc: the
alispices of the conference to give na
ion al coo rd ination to the reha bilita
oin effori t.
The *'resident's statmcaint fo!ow4s:
"Th: (Ionferece 'vhich I re'cently
summtnioncd to W ,ash ton o advise as
d:t'l::stx.-rt that vn annual voumie
t'1em" !oyent exst and 'wo cid
aI'-) cv.- e me.i :e n : r
i hout a uch mtore then usual or
r~an: at.'n . "hot -Po-e stater
'l n-n t .w i wh o S u:: m: Iv
a~ I-a -14-,ri ce: ra l pro- I
-In of n)i Cth
:Pro fs na an, 1:0)renatve
c'sh 1 t. 1 ch orcai.za
the va u a,] a-'ec cties of
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-no%- -, . pnn I-e with
'I - - cdf Ifr. --,- te-%. I t is
or r.-o 0,. :r'--t tha t P%,rvr vonml
''"' " *"o' ' anJne 'tt0 (ne ik such
-, n-ri" that th e n t'on
''I'''' "'"'-*' as a whot o. Moro
tl- oroit ih oeinmitinent to
a tazk i" sure to start a thous
rnd i which will Idd to our
co' on". wlf-tre.
"' t n''', npaenl to the gov
Sne"-l nd mlo'-or l-c t he nation that
ilho- ehou ld t a 1 the steps recoin
mnndeod by the conference.
"Fom Iorsemen" Coming
W. M. Switzer, manager of the
Princess Theatre and Laurens Opera
lIous-;e, announced yesterday that he
had succeeded in signing a contract
for a two-day showing here of "The
Four llor11-semen of the A pocaly pse,
:id hby many critics to he the world's
gr:atest moving pictire to date. By a
fortunate arrangement, he said, he
had sectu red the great feattire for Fri
day and Saturday. October 1-1 and 15,
ahead of cities of much larger size.
On acouilit of the ma situide of the
product.ion and the large attendance
c-:aectedl from the city and Cnunty, the
p icture wil1l he s:hown at t ho Operma
I louse, which has a larger seating ea
t'''ity th'an Th t Princess Thleatt', th.e
Pr'inc(es5s shtowing its regular p rogrami.
The Iiture will be accomtpaniled by
Thc Car Everlasting
Ellis Motor Co.
Clinton, S. C.
The doctor's pre
scription is the bridge
that carrics the pa
tient from sickness to
good health. The ma
terials that go into the
prescription are the
cables of the bridge.
This is why we use
only the best quality
of products in filling
"A NIGHT. IN HONOLULU"
A PLEASING SURPRISE
l'eer Uomedy Breaks Away From the
General Order of Things.
The Richniond Times-Disipatch says
>f "A Night in lionolulu." which will
Ippear at t.e Laurens opera house
he night of Friday, the 7th:
The crowd which filled the Acade
my last night to see the first per
'orniance in Richmond of "A Night in
[Ionolulit" was treate(d to it big sur
,rise. Many were ex)ecting somec
hlng on the order of a poor "Bird of
Paradise." or even the ever-remuen
>ered and terrible "Hawaiian Butter- 4
ly'-and instead, a most entertain- I
ng play unfolded.
"A Night in lionollulu'' is nine
.enths comedy-and clever stuff, too
nd the rest good, rough inelodra
na. with a villianess instead of the
iackneyed male of the species. It
tarts off with a laugh, and few a:
he momenits from then to lhe finalI
urtain that one isn't either highly
m seIlit somiiethinl t or entetortn:.IId
y the exceptional sin:ng and an ic
z0-1. Fooz this. don'.*1 iniag:!'.coo
he itece is a mu sicali conoedy for 1:1<
wo dances and tlhe native mie:' a.r:e
)>l1y incihtIntal. IIow.ever. there is
ust the right anount which means
h w th:nis h. rn tO 4ther
:I a hit or speed u.. to a climax. a
he case may he. w hear ome me:1
Of otiLs'' the,. 3iot r evolves abt a~
: Quyedancer. supposedly a nativo.
A "I) is :.arin; wilth her b.:oie
:~ish and native speechets. I':r.
'arpenter. as "Kalama," the dan:1 i
,irl. is qtuite adoral e to look at, to
el to and to watch when he
lances, which is surely a con ina
lon. Sihe has a nic sclnst. of (mn)
*y, too, anId lir winsome way of
saying som picked-up phrase always
brings a laugh.
Sharing honors as central figure in
-Q play is: one Elmer lIsworth, a
youthful comedian, who will proh
ably do a lot move in the theatricall
fi-h! if he 1 s o:n at the 1:are ho i.i I
:oing now. Of all difficult part.s to
rand:e, naturally t:at of a callow
:.ourth w' ho is hubbling over wiIt life
and getting in everyhody's way ii one
of the worst. And young 1lsworth
manrages to Simiply be that callow
uth. to the letter, and makes a
laugh whenever he sets foot upon the
The other members of the cornpa ny
fill their respective roles acceptably,
though none equal the work of .\lis.
C(arpenter and .r. A Elrsworth. A
troup of native .1iawaiian had their
ti-rn at entertaining, as weli as beng
heard off the stage, and by t.he erirb -
saatic reception, it woul scern that
the'y ii ere tie 1-t hard hrei in .is e
'A -Night in lionolulu", your see. rs
a hiably satisfactory production. t'n
hrtalled it toulasses rnany of our
muchtalked of plays and musicAl
comiedis, which we AookW forward to
.itih such11 anticipation and Wrt.
<b,mieol I ( view wita dlisa:.;IinrltmniIt.
It shouldrh fill the thenatre for i:.s re.
mrain inag th ree performa3)11nces
TilE END Of' AIU'('KLE
.AS .A Il,.MiA l'VoltiTE
Thei Arbucrkle Case is still theA
reigning .enrem on or' a :-nrs:r emtr
period. The :uhhorr ne' t'it'i .'
is a healthy si 3n, anrd is wvelcomre ats
an irndication that Amicanit.i mroraiLS
are rnot to he mrea~rrired by the' stand
ar'ds of ourr dlivorite cour ts, or t '
al::sara 1 r cils of :;harmeh-n's die
batuchees. Th'lere is a Iirmit to the im
mnirrts I lichf (ven the hbialhst art
(can c lim frori thre cotn ven tions of
dierey. anid if this is true even atr to
real genir.:, it holds with ifiiitely
gret:r force in1 the case oIf thle best
oif the shiadow-ator.; of' the mo~ttionr
pilctur 3 re~almr. It will be imrpossible
to) lalh :a or withr A rbucke hciereaf
ter, be (aa-sie 111 nonmt rrhow innrls at1
ihe miay b~e of init'ede (rime, hre has
assir i:.ted him.-:'if withI a brurtal and
be a flair ich hiie vwoult always
suggest on thre sr'err. Il hc s mnur
dered Il'-:t( r so far nus he is (nnl
set' thi fale of lit' dead girl pee-ping
ovr :I S(:. lhI!Ir. i.'.o hI alw'ay-r -
no(t. er ly 'h: a ctar'l Sen - before their
eyes, Inut thel .wene( (of shame33 atnd
dearth ill the San Franrlir'o l')tel.
Thlis ('on1srittes .0 ( teals'on for a
gt.nt' al indl(ictent of movie actors
andl act re'ses, nor a erursadle againslt
miin31~ .:e'tures. S'uchl a ('rutsade is
riot only foolishi, burt furtile. Th'le
mieiis mar~y he r4. fo3rme d, buirt thierIe is
no power on r'ath, moralI or fhysicarl,
that can abolish threri. They arel nlow,
bone of our bone andi flesh of or
flesh, a vitIal and 'ermoarnerrt part of
he bo:!y' of thle ate.
H ead~ "Tire Oriole" -by Booth Tark
nigton, beginning In thisR isstue.
No Worms in an IHealthy Child
All children troubkd wih Worms have an un
eaflhy cofcir, which indicatesq poor biood, andi as a
rule, there It n~c-r' or f ess stomanch distuirbanice.
GROVE~ S TASTh-LEr:S CHILI. TONIC given regu
ary for two or three weeks, will enrich the blood.
mprove the digestion, and act as an general Strength
mning Tonic to the whole system. Nature will thnen
:hrow off or dispel the worms, arnd the Child willbe
a perfect health. Pinasarnit takeair Onn ner bone.
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LANFORI) NEWS *
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Lanford, Oct. 4.-LAttle Sara Alice
ulley, the six-months infant of Mr.
tnd Mrs. Geo. F. Pulley, was buried
n the Methodist cemetery Sunday af
ernoon at 4 o'clock. The funeral ser
ices were coidlct(d by Rev. 1. N.
ennedy, of Ora. 'The large crowd at
ending the- services and interment
tnd the beautiful Ilowers that were
aId ol the little new-made mound
vere ample fokens to the heart-brok
,n family that their friends and
leighbors were in sincere sympathy
vith them in this bere-veient. The
ittle one was only sick a few days
inl its death was a surprise.I
.idr. T. A. Druminond and .ilr. T. M1.
un metut. were two of the delegates to
LttI(l the ASsociation at ' l'oilar
prills last week. 'T'lhy report a very
telpftil mndinirn mtng
\Iiss largaret Drtiuinmonid spent the
ve'k-en"td at O:, with her r ald
nlother. Mrs. M. W. Fowler.
irs. 1'. 1'. Ilarney and children are
pend ing tihte wak with relativyes her"
to her- trip to St. I'etersiu rg.
.a.. where they will speld the winte.
Mt. .1. 11. liarm on, of Laurens, \isit
d frieids and relativeO here Sunday.
. la tha i ebert anid .iliss Fa'
i lIarmon h.av tetinnli home ar .,
.1:sant 0:t :o fri.1!s in New-I
"! Z. Waitcr O(dIlle and Mirs. Ethel
"anfold motor'i t , .trtahurr Sat
tr!ay me':t MI. ().ele. w!io has
.n In .\-hevi!h- I so:nD time. They
.ent Sunday witl Ms. Lanford and
eft na in Mndai morning for Ashe
ille whre they will be for somle
Mliss.-s Rwuh andl Nannie -Mae Lan
'ord. of Areadia, spent the week-elid
6vith their parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. .1.
Mrs. Stlla 11mar is vi.'ting friend:
Ind relatives in Spartanburg and Inl
man this week.
Prof. Yates Waldrop. of Woodriff,
spentt the week-ind with his parents,
Mr. awl rl.,. C. L. Waldrep.
Mr. Charl, s Waldrep has been trans
fern d to .'alisbury. N. C. in connec
tion with Swift &- Co.
We he just heard of the sudden
death of .irs. Edd Sitg teaves, of Laul
me and weie shocked and saddened
for she paid a v isit to relatives here
just reconfly and was looking so well.
She was an aunt. of Mr. .. M. Flem
ing and i-rs. E-thel Lanford, and a
much loved woman. I Ier many
friends here are grieved at her de
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and
Enriching the Blood. When you feel its
strengthening, invigorating effect, see how
it brings color to the chteeks and how
it improves the appetite, you will then
appreciate its true tonic value.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply
Iron and Quinine susIpended in syrup. So
lelasant even children like it. The blood
needls QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and
Grip germs by its Strengthening, Invigor
aiting Effect. C0c.
2000 Buildings and Structures
500 Small Farms
(5 to 1000 Acres)
Building Material, Plumbing, Radiation, Steam and Water Piping
up to 12 inches; Boilers for Power and Heating, Electric Motors,
Wiring, Poles, Street Lights, Grain Elevator, a complete Bakery
with Ovens and Machinery, Hot Water Tanks from 80 gallons up;
Stoves, Ranges, Furnaces, Hotel Kitchen Equipment, Refrigera
tion Plant, etc., etc., etc.
TERMS: Buildings and commodities, Cash; Land, 1-3 Cash,
Balance 1 and 2 years; Certified Check, Bank Draft, Express
Money Order accepted. Successful bidders may purchase single
buildings or other units, or may secure as many as desired at the
"knock down" price. Further Details Announced at Sale.
SALE TAKES PLACE RAIN OR SHINE
AUDITORIUM ON THE GROUNDS
COMMENCING OCTOBER 10th.
10 A. M. SHARP
H. L. ROGERS
Quartermaster General of the Army
Washington, D. C.
GERTH'S REALTY EXPERTS INFORMATION OFFICE
OF NEW ORLEANS CAMP GORDON
Take advantage of a complete stock. Your requirements
can be taken care of at our store now. Make us a vis
it while our stock of merchandise is complete and in
Misses' and Children's Coats New Silks
We have some specials in Infants' Including every desirable kind and
Children's and Misses' Coats. One every wanted shade of the new fall
big lot and very attractive prices. line. Eye-catching Pattenis.
.adies' Ready-to-Wear Department
We still have lots of things to show you in this department. See
the beautiful Co-Ed Dresses we are showing now.
Petticoats Shirt Waists
See the beautiful line of Petti- Ask for the beautiful shirt waists
coats we are showing in all colors just to match your coat suit,
and styles. at $5.75.
irens' Best Store-Quality Made It So.