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LAUID-lENS, S. C., MARCilIIl 1, 1922
'The need of- tlie farllmers for organ
izationl alll for a concerted fTlort to re
Vvive the best lpossible results from
their labors is greater today than ev
\'ith tho boll weevil ill our1 m(idst,
making the next cottonl crop both dif
Jicult, and expensive, it is imperative
that new and hetter means of ma rket
ing oir cotton be adoted and that all
possibilities of waste be eliminated.
It is also necessary, when considering
diverified crops, that. malkets be (s
ablished for tle profitable d isposition
Thes, facts bein gl probaoly general
ly known, the moveieat that started
last week folr a coun 0ty bra neh of the
1 outhI Carolilia Cooperative Cotton
Association1 and the plalis of the Lau
1(11ns Busiiess League that are to be
discussed next Friday at the Court
house for the coopierative marketing
.of products other than Cotton should
\meet with sliccess.
While there is 110 relationship be
lIweeln the two organizations, both are
of' vital interest to all ile farmers in
the county., and tle success of each
will depend 11pon the support it re
ceives from its start.
W. H1. BOULWARE DEAD
Native of 'l'lis County bled at his
Home Iin Florida February 21.
Friends in the coility of Mr. W. It.
Boilware will be sorry to learn of his
death, whicli took clace at his adol)t
ed home, Mclitosh, Fla., Tuesday, Feb
ruary 21st. Tlie deceased was born Iin
Cross lill, this -county, and moved to
Florida in i 1913, where lie had resided
until the tiie of his death.
The following account of his death
was taken from the Daily Star, of
Ocala, Fla., under date of February
The fineral of the late W. H. Boul
ware of M1ntosh, who died on Tiles
day afternoon, was held yesterday
afternoon at -.\lclntosli, interment be
ing made In the cemetery there,
George MacKay & Company ha(
charge of the arrangements.
The deceased was seventy years of
age, having been horn In Cross 1l1,
Laurens county, S. C., and moved tc
Florida in 1913.
He was a consistent Christian, a
loving father and husband. lie is
survived by his wife, -Mrs. Alicp Wa
(1e11 Boullware, anid seeral children,
namely: W. A. IBou~ware, Columbia,
S. C.; Airs, R1. S. Ilonniell, Sardis, Ga.;
W. F.~. Poulware, Bradlentown ; .Jas. 'P
Bloulwvare, Greenwood, S. C.; Miss
Elizabeth Bloulware, Augusta, Ga.; R.
M. Boul11warle, Pal metto, Fila.; M'Irs
,foshiua Gist, Acala; .\rs. -W. M\. Ab
wvare, R. C. Bolware andl 'Mrs. Mor
(local N. Gist, Mc~ntoshl, and one
brother, R1. C. Bloulware, of Bethany,
T1here are nuimerous5 friends in
South Carolina and Florida who will
be grievedl to hear~ of his death andl
who twill sympathizeo'with the bereav-.
ed 0ones in thecir loss.
SWE W' P'OTATIOES DISCUSSED
Clemn C~l ol lege' Represenitative Ad
dressesC Fairmiers onl Potato Culture,
A large number of farmers from all
')arts of tihe coulnty were present Tues
dlay, Feb. 28th, at a meeting held In the
plota~to storage warehoulse ait which the
p~roper care arid ecultivation of sweet
plotatoes Was discuissedl.
Mr. Rt. Farmer, a rep~resenltative
from Clenmson college, after examining
the strulcure in which the .p)Otatoes arec
cilredl, addressed the farmers. 'Hie stat
ed that the methods employed by those
in charge of he warehouse 'were cor
reet and~ thtat the rotting of potatoco
in the warehouse last ses: :~.' wv: er.::
ed by improper cultivatIon and inju
dicious handlIng. He gave in detail
the necessary inform'atr' '- ,-' -
results from sweet potato culture' and
also advised the farmers on the gpro
ercare and choice of seeds.
Card From Dr. Dial~
ii wilsh'to express my sincere thanks
to the voterg'of Laurens, 66th men and
'women, for the handsome siport giy
en me in he-first r/imary 'held yester
day and ,bespeak 'their consideration
for the second :primary4 -If elected I
shall give my tim'e anid attention to
'th' diuties of the ofiloeinud will serve
the city to the best 6t- ny pbhl~y, en
dteavorlz$ to keep IhaUrens abreast of
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* E OROSS NOTES
Recently seVeral young men hay
come to the Home Service Departmen
of the American Red Cross and liav
been at a disadvantage in getting ali
because their discharge papers Iha
been lost. The Red Cross oflice at lu
rens believes that all the soldiers o
the county ought to have these paper
(dplicated in some form whether it b
in the Clerk of Court's ollice or In th
Red Cross oflice. There are thre
reasons for this belief:
lirst, hecause of the fact that sue
will cost little time and effort and n
money. The Red Cross ofilce at Lau
rens will be glad to make copies of al
diseharge 1papers if the ex-soldiers wil
only bring then here. Not only thal
but the Clerk of Court has offered t
record all papers free of charge. U
to the present time less than a hutn
dred out of possibly sixteen hun11(dre
have taken advantage of this oppor
'In tite next place, there is a possi
bili ty of a bonus being given .e(-sol
diers. If this be so, it is extreiel
necessary that these discharge paper
he so that the paper itself can be founi
or a copy from a reliable source. N
doubt for the next several decades th
matter of aiditng these ex-soldiers i1
some form or other will be before tht
people. And if these ex-soldiers ar
aided, the having of the discharge pa
pers will save the time of getting via
riouts affidavits from different section
of the country.
in tihe last place, if no materia
gain is to be had, in the way of pen
slon, compensation, etc., because c
having these discharge papers, yet
from a statdpoint other than materia
these papers ought to be kept or rc
corded. iFuture generations will h
interested in these 'papers and fo
what they represent.
Margaret I. 01unlap, Sec.,
Home Service Sectiot
American Red Cros
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* Copelaid School iHontor Roll
*. * * * * * * * *' * * * *.
First Grade-Karl Senn, Claitdi
Third Grude-E(1ldith Osborne.
Fourth G0rade-Doro Bell lammotin
Noree Pully, J. D. Senn, Den Sem
Sixth GIrade--lBert-ha Teague, Frai
Ces Teague, Blanche Nesbitt.
Seventh Grade-Etelle vulley, VII
ginla Senn, Charles Senn.
Eighth Crade--Dolly Brewingto
Ninth Grade-Corrie Moore.
Card of 'i'hantks
I wish to thank the voters of War
I for their support in the election yet
terday and to ask them for a contir
ttance of the same next Tuesday. You
vote and supiort will be appreniated,
P,'. D. 10AST1IRBY.
Card of Thantks
I wish to thank the votetrs of War
4 for theIr suipport in the electio
ye'sterday 'whetn I was ele'ctedl aldet
man. I wvisht to assure you that I wi
represent thte entiro wvardl to the bet
of my ability.
JNO. F. MONTGOlllORY.
Catrd of lluThaks
We cannot express In words ho'
wve appteciate the kindness and hech
of outr matny frietnds andl neighbors
-Watts .\ills (during the long illness c.
our diarling little Mary. May Ghod
richest blessings rest upon each an
every one isi our Prayer.
Mlr. andl Mrs. E. M. Mlowel
Friends hiete of Capt. WV. Rt. Riche3
Jr., will be interestedl in the receni
awvard to his company at the Universi
ty of Tennessee, of a' handsome pfiz
for being the best dtilled company I:
the battalion. On the evenitg followv
ing the drilling contest a (lance wa
givetn in honotr of the successfutl comn
pany and( the prize was awarded dur
inig atn intermission. (Capt. Rlichey, a
will be r'ecalledl, 1s now- a military in
structor at the Tennessee institute.
The quarterly meeting of first divi
5iOn will -be heldI at iWarrior Creel
chuirch en the 18th and 19th of Marcli
. '.. '.. WV. Yeargin, Pres.
Allie hlabb, Sec.
It is therefore out business care
fully to cultivate in our minidt, to rest
to the most perfect vigor andl na-i
tutrity, every sort of generous and
honest feeling that belongs to our
|D~on't miss the wonder sale o:
Aluhtum Friday ~and Satuarddy al
Red Iron iXdkket,
No We'rms ts a Htealthy Child
All chIdt troubldl with Werms have an ua
healthy c4d~ tvhkch indioates por blood, *Pd de 6
rule, thee iord or iese mttacht ditifane
GROVE'S TASTEL288 CIIgLL TONIQgie regu
larly for two th dree week8,wili enrich t9blood
ifnpiroyethodI aao,and act asa gu~8u
United States of America,
District of South Carolina.
IN '1H.E DIS'IRITCT COURT
In the matter of C. 13. Patterson, 13a'nk
Notice is hereby given that the
above named person has been duly ad
judged bankrupt, and the first meeting
of the creditors of said bankrupt will
be held In the oflice of the under
signed in the city of Greenville, S. C.,
on the 10th (lay of March, A. !D., 1922,
at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, at
which time and place the creditors
may appear, examine the bankrupt,
prove their claims and transact such
other business as may properly coie
before said meeting.
E,. M. DLYT H E,
33-1t Referee in Bankruptcy
Take notice that on the 23rd day of
March, 1922, we will render a 'final ac
coulit of our acts and doiigs as Execu
tors of the estate of moie S. Tucker
deceased, inl tile ofllce of the Judge of
Probate of Laurens county, at 11
o'clock, A. .l., and on the same day
will apply for a final discharge from
our trust as Executors.
Any person indebted to said estate
is otifiled and required to make pay
meit on that (late; and all persons
having claims against said estate will
presetl them on or before said date,
dilly croven or be forever barred.
A. C. TODD,
Feb. 22, 1922. 32-5t-A
United States of Ameri('l,
IDistrict of Solth (allrolinal.
IN TH E DIlS'I'bI1CT COURT
In the matter of Thos. Jacks Blalock,
Notice is hereby given that the above
inmed pe"son has 'been dily adjudged
bankrullt, and the first meeting of the
creditors of said bankrupt will be held
ill tihe Court House in the city of Lau
rens, S. C., on the 1 ith day of 'March
A. 1)., 1922, at nine o'clock in the fore
noon, at which time and place the
creditors may appear, examine the
baikrupt, prove their claims andi
transact such other business as may
properly come before said meeting.
:E. LM. BLYTIHE,
33-1t Referee in Bankruptcy.
Tihe Quinine That Does Not Affect
Because of its tonic and laxative ef
feet., LAXATIVE '3RO.\MO QUININE
(T1ablets) can be taken by anyone
without causing nervousness or ring
ing In the head. E. W. GROVE'S sig
nature oi box. 30c. -
W. M. NASH
Terracing : Leveling
Gray Court, S. C.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Offlee In Peoles Bank Euilding
C. E. Kennedy & Son
LAURENS, - - - S. C.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb
:ttorneys~ at Law.
WHA rractice lfu all State ~3urts
Prompt Attention Given All Business
C. C. Feathersten(, W. B. Eni1ght
FEATHIEBSTrOKE A KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
. LaurpLna, S. C.
All Buisiness Intrusted to Our Care
Will Hlave Prompt and Careful Atten
Offlee ov'er Palmetto Bank
idr. Featherstone will spend Wednes
day of each week in Laurens.
Hghest grade Hemstitchling and
Picot Edge Work. We make ma
chine and know how to turn (out
the higheet grade wor'k.
Orders laken for b leting of all
kinds. We operate modern plant
and do only the best wor'k.
Latest style electrically driven nia
clines sold on easy terms.
All makes of machines repaired.
SINOER SEWINy MACHINE VO.
Sroeenwood, S, C.
50 Main St. Phone 151
.1B. Barnet, Mgr.
I To Stop a. Cough Quick
take HAYES' HEALING HONW a
no 'medein whch to ,the co4by
g te iflaed nd tated tsee.
A box of GROVE'S 0P-P lA
$ALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds andI
- i~s enclosed with every bottle of
'lYE HEALING HONEY. Tb. isI
f 6br ubed on te cheet andftiroat]
of ehdroxguffrhi rm a Cold o.
ekeI ' a
1* ANNOUNCEMENTS +
I hereby announce Inyself a candi
date for re-election to the office 8f
Mayor of Laurens and pledge myself
to abide by the rules of the iDemocratic
J'OIHN A. PRANKS.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Mayor of Laurens and pledge
myself to abide by the rules of the
3 Democratic primary.
W. 11. DIAL.
The friends of I. E. Thompson here
by announce him as a candidate for
Alderman in Ward One subject to the
rules of the Democratic Primary.
I hereby announce myself a canll
(late for Alderman in Ward One
I and pledge myself to abide by the
rules of the Democratic primarv.
1). D. NASTFIRDY.
- ('ard oif Thnks
I feel very grateful to the voters
of Ward 2 for their liberal suplport
yesterday. I thank you.
1). It. SIMPSON.
FINAL) S.1TTL'.EMENT -
Take notice that on the 4th day of
April,, 1922, 1 will render a -final ac
count of my acts and doings as Ad
ministratrix of the etsate of 13. F.
Posey deceased. in the office of the
Judge of iProbate of Laurens county,
;it I1 o'clock, a. m., and on the aine
day will apply for a final discharge
from my trust as Administratrix.
Any person indebted to said estate
is notified and required to make pay
ment on that (late; and all persons
having claims akainst said estate will
present them on or before said date,
dily proven or be forever .barred.
T1o4Ail J. POSEY,
.A arch 1, 1922. 33-5t-A
D SPECIAL NOTICES.
I, * * * $ * * $ * * *
Wanted-Woman to go to Clinton to
take care of invalid man. Lodging
and board. Not much work. Con
municate with Mrs. Clara F. Simpson,
Clinton, S. C. 33-It-p
Losti-Black Setter bitch, short tall.
License collar No. 1208. F. Lj. Brown,
Laurens, Rt. .1. 33-it-pd
For Sale-Young mare, registered.
N Will exchange for cow. E. G. Jessee,
Watts Mills. 1, 33-1t
Wanted To Buy-Fresh milk cows
and good beef cattle. Also have peas
for sale. J. W. lenderson, Jr. Lau
Eggs-Choice Rhode Island Red
eggs, $2.00 for 15. Heavy laying Ow
ens strain. Ancona eggs, $1.50 for 15.
W. Ray Anderson. 33-2t-eow
For Sale-One seven passenger tour
ing car, Series 59 Cadilac, equipped
with new cord tires 0xcellent shape
and run only about 10,000 miles. ' A
bargain. W. 13. Knight, Laurens, S. C.
TEgg.sFor Hatchling-.S. C. (Rhode Is
land Reds, sired by Fitzmaurice cocks.
Same strain as won grand prize at
last state fair. Record hatches this
i season. $1.50 aer setting. Chance to
get high class eggs at reasonable
price. .L. F. Blackmon, Watts Mills.
Cotton Seed-Pure Cleyeland Big
Boll cot'ton seed for sale. $1.25 per
bushel. J. R. 'Brownlee, Watts Mills.
Wante4d--To get in touch with soee
01n0 with saow mill, to saw on halves,
Have some good -pine timber. W. ID
1Lynam, Laurens, Route 5. 32-1 t-pd
- For SaleIerkshire pigs and shoats
for .rale. J. McC. (Blarksdale. 33-it-i
For Sale-Pure, genuine Nancy Hall
1;weet potatoes for bedding li'purposes
$1.50 per bushel. Morris La. Power,
laaurens, iRoute 4. 33-it-pd
Waniited-P'oplIarm, oak, ash and wval
nutii logs. Also interested in hard
wvoodl timber tracts. .R. W. Walker
Lumiinber Co., Salisbury, N. C. 33-7t-c
>For Quick Servico-Stolp at the lBen
f ary Garage, next to Decw .Drop Inn.
SSee our Catterpillar Retread--makes
old1 tires last as long as new. 32-5t-pd
For Sale-Fine milch cow, fresh in,
Ithird calf, gentle, in good condition,
heavy flowv of milk. IPrice $60, and
worth It. J1. (G. Sullivan, Laurens.
For 8ale-R. 1. Red eggs from
chioice l)en $2.50 a setting, from second
pen $1.50. W. S. Holmes, 125 WV. Main
street. , 32-3t-pd
t Young men, womlen, over 17, desir
-ing government p)ositionsR, $130 month
ly, write for free list of poesitions now
2open. R. Terry, (former Civil Ser
Svice examiner), 1372 Continental Bldg.,
W Xashington, D. C. 31-3t-m
SGovernment Wagons-For Sale, or
-offered in exchange for corn, oats, hay
-or lumber. 'Wagons in good cond(1=
tion. Dixie Ice and Fuel Co., ClIn
- eed Irish Potatoes-JWe are in po
sition to save you money. See us be0
fore you buy. Carrytoria. 31-St-pd
Cotton Seed- Re-cleaned Wanna
maker's Improved Big Bioll Cotton
Seed. $1.00 lier bushel..- L. BI. Stod
dar, Oivings, S. C. 31 at--pd
Better Are Your Eyes Norrial?.
Results Nine out of every ten people have
in poor eyes---and don't know it.
Better You may be one of the nine.
"See Hough to See V 11"
Eggs From Every n
There is no excuse for a loafing ben. You can- ..tyers
and real moneiy-i-m ler out of evry solitiary lii yo -
. 6VoET Egg Produ-e-r
Tite wonderful poultry tonle, devclops the egg-l - . rgans;
malcs early Iayers of yotung t llets; kcet(:s po..::,,.'- y ald
prIdut' cet fa ;t hIttt li o n votn lek! 2. 1 ,' liotnd byox, ri 0 c1ns.
We carry a complete lie of Ctro-Vet Standaird Itemedles for Hlorses, Ii . Cattle,
Ilogs and 'oultry. We will gladly refund your m1oney if you fail to get . . .factory
results from the use (of any Caro-Vet remedy.
AUTHORIZED DEALERS IN LAURENS COUNTY
3. W. Cray, It. 2......ra Court, S. C. rureka Drug Co............dtirms, S.
W. .l. AbercromleiC, R. 1.Gray Co rt, .1 *t C. 3 O )rti 'o..............S C.mi,
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it. 0. S'di a t, It. . .... Gra. C;:rt. S. 4'. Lairets !;ntg Co..........: . .
tt Hahh, 3't 4....Gr.i .v Cm S. . A. I. Howard. I.......... t.
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Laurens, S. C.
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