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Lauirens. 8. C.
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Mi lA1: NS, S. C., JAN 18. 192
P'ASSI NG T H BU10CK
The recotuimenilda tion of (Gov. Cooper
It the legisla'tuire for appropriatiolns of
$C,-166,24-0.15, a decra i 'of about $300,
000 unode r last year's a proprilat ions,
does not represc'it a tecrease inl state
government expense inl line wIith "de
flation'' ii private business'.
The Advertir-vr is vell aware that
actual adminli.st rative expellse of the
state governmnent is but a ftact)1ion of
the total ex pend itu res of the st ate and
that the Ia'gest prI'opow rtion of the ap
I)n)prial tion is for penal. charitable,
edwntion.ll and Iotheri activities to
which thev st:lte has commlitted itself
and from whici it ennot recede. Te
hands of pre.ress cannot well be
StOPlPcd. it ts w: 'l l iven said, but
Iro1gress mi. well he colljed 'wit-h
eO10nomyV. Tlie expen' of operting
id'"i'.'' in) th Carolina has been1
ralienlly reduliel dun ring the past two
yearPs and it appeiars only reasonatle
to x'11"t a slibst:ntial redution1 of
ibtilMic expen se. The 1:Ix payers' i ht
not -;)v:t 1111 h r (.te fromt a reditc
tion to sl:hiies lof its soealled puibli
Allih' t but . vuci(tion of, salaries of
the mma em':iit.toyees unIider' these of
Iib- maiht I'(1a conitderable sI'..
The Advertiser is of the' Olpin(i 3a
the legislaltre should lest give its
atten Itinm to reducing the appropria
i011 an11d tihen. If it seens altdviSable.
try ta shift file burdeni that is left to
other shoulders. The pui :-c mre
interestedl in reducilgl the biurden
thatn p'ssin1g the buk.
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Associate Justice Marion
WIhile the friends of General Mil
ledge I. bonhami in this section are
disapointed that that. tine ,gentlenan
and iawyer was not made Associate i
Justice in yesterday's balioting in tite
.Ioint session of thGeneral Assembly
they and others must reel satisfaction
in the ina choic 1te of In mebers of
our law-ilakiing and judge-Iaking
'l' new Ju.Tice, lion. John Ilidinl
.Marian, of Chester, rainks higli as al
(estiizen a ao as a la wyer.. lie hass beenJ
(lotaed~'. 90-aj. maore for hIs Soitiy a.s
an1 adu1e t thani as a lawyec of jumb
18a1 tai~l~ m nm t buiit u\ 'a wh in is
it haes beeni 5 aid of him by1 th' ose wno
arin a18' ioj in to know tt i cases2.30
have 11 ways i-howni I Le marLiks of ex
ccueing' ice aml prevparistion. Thac~t
hie a ii i take withi hir 1 onl thet Saplh0eme
lHenich thiia .samei habiit of study and
.t.11 .\lar ion was hith n in Chesteor
coutyi. a is 0f the si1me lingutenioi
an.try12 l~ as'Gen1'a 21 ' ais U ariorn
thug hi imiimed iate an!suc tors came
froji' l',.'ice to this i'ounitry altEr' a
5)Soi e) ni '.al' e nothi ofi I ren nd. Theyc3
have Cee be n1511roted for their abih a,
couiragw, and pat riot Ism. Julstice Mar
ion1 Is u .n is for'ty-eighth year'.
Ito was 2raduated fromi the State Unii
vecrsity inl both its academic and law
schools at, the early age of nineteen
and huis adtmisston to the har' was made
possible only by a special act of the~
GeneralI Assemfly. .1Ic has lived all
of' his life in Chester and there lie en
.ioys a .high reputation as a mian and
a19 a lawvyer.
k is only 21 coincidence that the site
censor of the late .1 ustice Gieor'ge W.
Galge, or' Chester', is also from Ches
tor county. Chester has 1no greater
el-ahn on the ieat-.thani aniy other' coun
ty -bitt she was fortunate in being able
to put. f'orward a worthy son and it
wais tihe man rat her than anything
else that w,.0n the votes of the memlbersB
of the Gecneral Assembly.-Oreenwvood
Why We Weep,
if anybody over hero wants to know
why we arie induitstrtially all dolied op
and no place to go, ho might gain a-,
illuiminhtfag n niuwer' b y addressing A
blshv~ic officialI hy, niame of Lenin at
MOsCOsy and Ol'fv4ading- the-'answer' of
1 ikl 1t$S$91 ter Reed
Smoot of 'Utah at Washniington.. Sentz
to' rnmot, good soul that he is, is ju'tt
now spending his timo introducitig
'i9tWmentsi to 'te Fordney l)rOtective
tar'iff bill, prloviing for the 'Prosident
to~rolgn product to 'the extent of tfe
consumer's ability to pay.
In a conversation with one of our
Anterlcan repiresentatives, %v ho had
gone to itussia for the putrpose of p
ilaring plans for distribution of some
16 or 20 millions of bushels of wheat,
si a gi ft t ilthe ' tussian til i'ving a day
or two ago, Mr. I enin said that itus
sla was at that tuoment prepared and
anxious to Ily for the wheat. of the
American people. It was ready to ex
change furs, fancy and costly woods,
dyes, champaigne and a multitude of
ot1her' products of commerce for what
VO wee( giving away to the people
The trouble was, he .poited out, the
American niation, with its 'better-than
thou noe in the air, Wouldn't trade
wit-h ltuissit because America didn't
like the polities or the religion, of the
Riussians. Or possibly, America didn'(t
approve of the way the Russian combs
his hair, or crops his -beard. Or an
other reason might be that Russianl
products were not wanted for the rea
son that these pro(ucts would iarin
our i)ro(lucers of wood, dyes, and the
clampl'ale would not only come In
conflict wit h the sacred Vols-tead law,
hut would ruin the 'profitable business
of thtle bootlegger who peddles vwood al
Not only is the Fordney hill, as it
stands, ain insult to every 111111 who
plans a home; to every woman i'Who
buys a feather; to every child who
covets a toy and to every onxe who
drinks a cu!) or tea or coffee, but it
is a plain graft oil the part of tho
Utited States of America against the
public velfare of' its4 citizens. And
Senator Smoot, bless his more or less
yinpatietle hcart, Is not evei coitent
with that. ie takes it 11pon himself,
therefore, to urige tile congress to ex
Lend a .blalket autriloIty on the Presi
lent to "admillister the proposed new
tariff law, with a view to meetilg un- I
Isx:x world conditions, which could
ardl y be anticlpated by the congress."
Mince this congress is keeping up
Ie' bars against trade, so that our
otton, our lumber, ouir wheat aild outr
or 111must be either given away or al
owed to rot in the field or tile forest,
tuld ,filee we scorlr anything anybody I
1as, but are willing to admit same at
ts Amerlean valuation, pay for it in
\ierican coln, then tax it out of mar
cet, 5:o that the ultimate consumer
ionsn't want it, and couldn't buy It, if
te did. we imagine the wnoirld at large
nust Ithink we are about ready For the
1111 lenti iu m. But seriously, is there
my wonder wiy our American trade
5 floundering at tll bottom of a bog?
- Columbia Record.
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HOSEA MARTIN FUND *
S*0* * * * * * * *5* * * I t
The Advertiser acknowledges the
ollowing subscriptions to tile Ilosea
Ila' t-In funid:
tmount brought forward . .. $119.70
uter 1ros. .. .. ..2......2.00
hirough 'WV. A. Martin
W. G. 'Ross ..6....... .. 600
IIcn Ilunter ..............00 (
b'. 11. Smith ..................50
.1. A, Arnold ............ ..00
. W. 13all, edit0'or o Tho 8tate 5.00
kv. S. 1i. CTemplemlan .. .. .......00
);'. J1. M. ioarden .. ........1.00
[. TP. A. fallow, Union :. .. .. ...1.00
). f. 'Thomn'son .. .. .. ..,. 2.00
1 ir.nd Mr s. J. TI. Birownlee . . 1.00
Total ............ .. .......gt;.70
No lYnney Horses
ditor' Thie Advert1iser':
P'leamo COrr'et my adY inl your' pa
er to read "Two fat't hlorsons t!mi'
ale,"' and not farmus for' Sale or' rent.
Jeannt fam oIn my letter to dlescr'ibe
xtores, nlot raOce horse5s or Arab hor1s
'but farmtl hlorses. Already got oneO
etter ablout farming lands.
J. S. Machen.
lxreenlville, S. C.
A Sialement to the Pulhic'.
Whereas, weo the physicians of Liau
'r1ns,.'believe lin tihe hxigh calline of our
prlofession, thlat It deomandos 'honesty
and franxkness, that -the pr)actice of
nediline is a necessity, that theO phy-1
sician is wvorthy of his fee, that his1
time Is no occupied~ in the interest of
tile sick an-d little left f'or systematic
business mnethods; thxat while -we aro
per'fectly wvillinlg to (10 011' part in the
way of (ibarity to the wor'thy Poor, at
the same time we focI that we atro un
merciriully ridden by some at least who
do not come un~der' this class, and will
be drctiped. -We ailso reocognize the
ehangedl conditions taking place In all
Dither lines in the professionai and
b;usincess woldo to a cash basis or a
thitty day credi(lt at mnt.
We do boreby agreeo in order to meet
nur- obligations and to mialitain our
ieives and families, to the following
imniform fees. t~o 'be cash or thirty dafs:8
city calls, day 7. A. Mi to 7 P. M., $3.00;
night calls, 7 P. 'M. to 7 A. M., $5.00.
;'ror the countr'y, On account of bot
tel r'onda 0.nd( legs timelo conlsumedW,
0 '00 per~ call, -lIPS 50 cents 1)er mile,
All other practice in proportion to
timo and service requliredl
'Wo ask re:~pei1ully that the publ)ic
take nlotiee and~ be prepared to meet
tile t'rms stated, there'by dloing; y'our
dutly to your sick, your doctor and
A. J. CHR1>STrOPHIpR,
ROIjIP.f 1) 1 I1U flDS,
II. R. WWMIDKR,
C. 'P. VilNCIIINT,
R, IP. McGOWAN,
J.- M. B10ARDDN.
Two Good Reasono.
Hippocraies. who lived l)about the
Fifteenth ceitury 13. C., in answer to
the question why lie was always hap
py, said these words; "Love of my
fellows and love of ny Job."
S * * * * e;e S
$ SPECIAL NOTICES. $
For Mle'- Mule, horse, lot of fod
(101'. Two cows will be fresh -by 15th
of F'ebruary with second calf. One I
Young sow with two pigs. One good
McCormi(k mower. 120 rods of gal
vanized hog wire. Kinney specIal rid
ing cultivattor. New. W. (G. Clardy,
-Laurens IL. 5. 27-it-pd
Fords Cheap--One model 1917 'Ford t
touring car. good running order,.-for
$150, on1e 19t6 Ford t trin-g car in
good runniiiiing order for 100; one1 Ov
l'and 90 for $200; one l5-4 Overland(
touring car for $200. Stuk1orel .lotor t
Co., Laurens. 27-it
Ph1oiOglographs-Ve still have a Ie'w
cabinet plhonographs 'which we will
sell cheap or trade for other musical
lst rulents. T. 11. Sunierel, Laurens.
huggles and Wngons-A .now rubber
tire buggy or ia two-horse wagon $90
each. 'luy now below - cost. T. D. 1
Sumnerel, llaurens. '27-It I
Iferford Cattle For SaliO-Registereu S
Ilereford cattle at reasonable prices.
W. Carl Wharton, Waterloo. 27-5t-pd
For Servie.-!itegistered .1Hampshi re (
boar at my farm on Greenville road :
near lBarksdale. W. P1. Todd. 27-It-i)d
For Rent-At larksdale Station, .1
small house and blacksmith shop,
with tools complete. The whole for r
$.00 pIer month. ). E. Todd. 27-it-) t
ILost--Near place of 'Mr. Robert Tem- I
pleton, one black hound bitch. Finder
pclase notify Strawder Smith, Lau1
rls Rt. 41. 27-It-pd
iRoomas to l1 nt-19ther for house- d
keeping or vleeping. M's. J. It. Lit-i
Lie. 27-It h
Cabbage Plaunts-1--We grow r0111
dlants and sh;ip nice fresh plants. 1
,,090 $4.00' 10,000 $7.50; 1,000 $1.20. 0
Prices F. 0. hI. shi pping point. Potato e
ind Tomatoe plants, $1.50 for, 1,000. j
Kinsey 'Wholesale Plant Co., Vildosta,
Ja. 27-4t-pd o
Notice-1 have Wannamaker's Gleve
and Big Holl Cotton Seed Wure ) .1ecold 2
'ear from Wannamaker, for sale at
ki.00 per bushel. The best seed I V
ave (wer planted. .\l. A. Etumerel,
,aiurens It. 1. 1). 2. 27-2t-p
For Sale-Nice Hampshire sow. and
evei pigs. J. 11. Martin, Laurons lItt.
Lost--Het wellen Iy home and M.rs. E.
3. Machen's residence on Southi-ar
>er street, Tuesday, .lan. 3rd, pair of
lou ble-lerlse glasses, nickle framne.
'hider please notify .rs. .J. A. P.
Jloore. South IIarper ist. 27-1t-p
Farm Watlled-Wanted to healr from
Owner of a farm for sale. Give low
st price, an(] full particulars. L.
ones. Box 551, Olney, Ill. 27-1t-p
Anunouncement-4\We wish to an- [
Lounce that we ale opening a general ,
lectrlic business in r'oons over Wells
'lardy Co. All kinds of electrical work C
mid supplies. Call on us for any elc
rical work you have to be done. All
vor'k done according to Insurance
pecitlcations. Martin Electric Com
anny-Farris Mlartin, 0. D. Slimmons,A
rr., 'Waldo Martin. Telephone 423 *
Flo l-Ient---Two godg fat'm horses,
odder, hiay and farning tools. J. S.
dacenl. Greenville. 27-5t
W'auted---1o buy some fodder and
mat straw, and about four Soabright -
>antan hens. Lewis Anderson. 25-2t,
Cokers PedIgreed Deltat" Webber
'ottoni Seed (long staple), $4.00 per'
ilshel; also Coker's Pedigr'eed Weobber
s'o. 49, Strain 4, at $2.75 per bushel.
Ant or eachi variety ipuills about 1 3-8
nches. These are seedl prlodulced from
lrat year' p" laniting of above Pedli
;red Cottons. W. C. Mitchell, Mount
'ille, S. C. 25-3t.-pd
For iient,-Hiugh Gray shop pr1oper'ty
s for rent from first of Januai'y, 1922.
Jall on Merchants & Farmeris Bonded
xnreho~use, P. A. SImpson, Pres.
Goi'rrnment Wagons-For' Sale, or
>ffered In exchange for cornI, oats, hay
)l' lumbel)r. Wagons in good conidi
lon. Dixle Ice and Fttel Co., Clin
Young mnen, wonmen, over 17, desli'
ng government positions, $130 month
y, 'write for' free lIst of p)ositions now
>penm. Rt. 'Terry (former Civl Serv'ice
xaminer'), 13172 Continental Bldg.,
Vashington, D). C. .26-3tpd
Onbhage P'lants---Milllon Early Jor
ey Chiarleston Frost Prioof' Cabbage
3lants for immediate shipiment, $1.25
>er thousand, flve thousand lots at
1.10 shippine tpoint, via express.,
rhese are 'South CarolIna grown. (1. J.
)errick, Lancaster, S. C. 26-21-pd
Wantedl-R-esponsible parties, with
ome cash to invest in a land syndi
~ate in Florda where there is no hard
ines, crops growing tihe year' round.
Thnme 11ee 1me tL ,Probate Judge. offic;
will show you how to make fronm 100
o 250 1'er cent on small Investments,
mdo long term to pay for 100 acres of
11ne land 6 nilecs from Orlando, Fla.
f. M. Thompson, 'Laurens, H. C'., Boyn.
.94.- - - ?<G-5t-pd
For Sale-Young mules tur'ned back
mi m11. Sell cheapi for cash. WV. Carl
mWharton, WVaterloo, S3. C. 20-3t-p
NOTICE TO CONTRA'CT'ORS
Sealed pr1olposals will 1be receivedl by
~he CIty CouncIl of Laurens, S. C. in
he Mayor's offiee at 'Laurens, St. C.. ait
1:30 :P. M. Gionday, .January 23rd, 1922
mn the following 'proposed street imn
iu'ovemenit in 'the city of Laurens:
5,200 LIn, Ftp Integral 'Curb andl (Gut
1,000 .TLn. Fl;. e50t (Granito C'ur~b.
'i500 Sqlaare Yairds Vlt. Briek Pave- I
nett. - /
Aermtitleil check ft r T do !Hundred
Pifty and no-i00 ($I50A0) D~ollars,
made(1 payable to- the f*ty CGTyp ~it
reompany eaglri pr op~ald.'o 4
Rlight is reserved to reject any or all
the City Clerk.
I A'IADY W. CI\i?s, Mayor,
-.-.g lup JL47C
ORCHARD WEER NAMED FOR *
Let us assure ourselves this year Of
niore fruit and better -fruit, by proper
y I)runing and .spraying our fruit trees
1(d grape vines. Pruning and spray
ng should be done in the .winter. The
airpose of the winter spray i to con
rol the scale, :which caun be found in
tearly every orchard In the county.
)no gallon of the commercial lime-sul
ehur solution -to nine .gallons of water
s used for the .winter spray. All per
ons who own fruit trees or grape
ines will insure themselves of inore
nd ibetter fruit by 1properly pruniug
ud spraying before the buds begin to
well. Let us imale next week "oQI
hard Week" in this county. The coun
y agent will 'be glad to give a demon
tration in pruiing and spraying .in
i1ny community in the county that
vill ask for the demonstration.
J. -F,. TRIDVATilAN,
tub-My-Tisim, antiseplic and pain
Iller, for infected . sores, (etter,
prains, neuralgi, rheuniatism.
'itation for Letters of Administration
tate of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
ly 0. (. 'Tlhompson, Probate Judge.
Whereas B. T. Saxon mado suit to
te to grant him Letters of Admins
ration of the estate and effects of
These are, therefore, to rito and ad
lonishi all and Pingular the kiindred
nd creditors of the said Hugh Saxon
eceased, that they bie and appear be
re m1e, in the Court of Pro'ate, to be
(ld at Ltarens Court 'House. Laurcns,
. C., on the 31st day of January, 1922
ext, after publl'ation hereof, at 11
'clock in tile forenoon, to show
[use, if aly they have, why the said
(Ilnistiitration should not be granted.
G(iven under my hand this 16th day
f January Ano Domini 1922.
0. O. THIOMPSON,
7-2t-A J. P. L. C.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Office In Peoples Bank Euilding
Simpson, Cooper & Babb
Attorneva at Law.
wHI Practice In all State Courts
vompt Attention Given All Business
C. Feathersthne W. B. Kiight
FEATHERSTONE, A KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurons, S. C.
.11 Business Intrusted to Our Care
Vill Have Prompt and Careful Atten
Office over Palmetto Bank
rr. Featherstone will spend Wednes
day of each week in Laurens.
0. Langdon Long
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Enterprise National Bank liuilding
All 'Legal Business Given
C. E. Kennedy & Son
LAURENS, - - - S. C.
.W. M. NASH
erracing : Leveling
Gray Court, S. C.
Ellis ottor Co.
Clinton, S. C.
rovo' Tasttlss edl Tonic restores
Gnleg~ and VC lyy lby PurI'fy ng k
Cariciag tlo, &Od When ##t feei 14
trengthonin ,1 ivgoradoig effect, eo loW
t 1r gs~8 ceior to the cheeks and how'
t a1poo the, appetite, you will then
tpreiTits true tonic value.
3rovo's Tasteless chill Tonlo is simply
ron and Quinine suspended in syrup, So
nrich t.Destroys Mialarial gjrns and
2iip germs by its Strengtheninh. Invigor.
O W E N BROS. MARBLE
& GRANITE CO.
Deoalers in everything f'r the rnte
The largest and best etiipp ( on
tumental mills in the Carolina:..
GREENWOOD, - . C.
Eggs From Every .., en
hmere Ia no exetue o rt a loafing in, Yo e.uan - ayers
and ea Inoney-Ia:& kers out of u.ery solitary licu you
40Affi Egg Produee'
The wonderful 1ueatlitry tonleu, develoip the egg-prinlnrluag organi;
luf1Q ken erly oa fc 3 nutA ;'i~tft4 1wepq finiltry lin Iy A.11d
produ qes faist ;,row%%thk ii yt'll" 1- 1:. ;)41 1 5tyl) thy an
We carry a comilete line of ('aro-Vet Slandard emdiuesl for f:;-rr.u-. Auaies ,:Ie.
Hogs atnd Poultry. We, wil gladly 14r1md Nour mnauuuuy If you fall to ge i e.,
reulits fromu the ime of any Caro-Vet remedy.
AUTIOtUZED DEALERS IN LAURENS COUNTY
M. W. Gray, 1t. 2......Gray Court, 4. cf. Eutirelta Drug Co............Laurons, S. C.
W. M. Abvreromble, W. tt .ra y Court, S C. P'owe Drtia (,o............. I 110r1A, 8. .
The ;1.1 1 Co........... ray Co rt, I. C. ['utanti Drug C .........Ltturoint, 8.C.
It. 0. 8;ulltian, Itt. -1. . . .ra.y Court, 8. C. Latren Drug C.... ... ...Laures. . C.
Stoii- t% 1iab, Itt. -1 .... Ora -., Cowt. 8. C. A. L. Howarl, III... .Laurems, t C.
Kellersi I)rt:: Store ......... . ..linton, S. C . G. 1. A rnstoing. lit. k.*. . . Laures, H. C.
Sadler-Owens l'har.........Clinton, H. C. C. F. Mitt'hvll..........Mount41111ilh. 8 C.
1). 0. 'htj .He............... linon, . C W . I. Cick.............Motunitville. 8 C.
I . .1. & M1. IX itutter... wis. 4. k..
V.irnrs Mer. Co...........ClInton, S. 8 . ' . & e Itt. :unt...... Owhtu . K.C.
W. II. Htnver. flea l pritims, 8. C. Tie Bell 0 ................. Heorin ,. C.
D. .1. Hinson .........H :th prling, H. C. N. L. Coltfn ............ Waterloo, S. C.
We have a shipment of Osceola
Velvet Beans--'the stingless va
riety---on the road.
They are Soil Builders
One bushel will plant 4 or 5
They ought to be planted on ev
ery farm in Laurens County.
Let us know how many bushels
you want., They cost $1.20 per
bushel and freight.
Enterprise Nat'l. Bank
Laurens, S. C.
You WOULDNT on WALK NEIT'SR OULD
.WALK THu S Air-ioTT0 You PUT ofr
To SAVE YOuR SAVE SHoE ..DYI NO EXTKA
FE\ Te 1zrTo SAVE
You'll 'walk more miles than 'the numlier of dollars you save
I' you don't. -buy extra tires. Yot'll be willing to pay ' sbieral
times their actual 'cost soino night when they leave you half way
between Disappointment and expense.
Always a good tire and tube that fits your car and pocketboo:.
C OQDRICH -SOI'tfliMLN