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1,itiENS, S. C., MARCl 8, 19212.
('T -ON AfNtM il'ING
WWen ()nll c'Onsiters Lit, -xtravagant
war~e in l~le t) t'lhe snlarketing of
colton n1111 then seeks a relmledy hie
Will juviI tllty in 11111. It be co-op
('*u I vb m)al'li'titig.
VI'tirtally every business, he It that
of Iewboys or- r1 io111ads, is organ ized
-ar1 wil some of iiie organizations
have fre iti(tily m .l uireasnab41 e
Iemmiin ni:-on tihe. puiblic , ill or them
bene1141'll4 t-I o somIIf 4 degrefe- or ot hvrI. the
fnvinei i p-IS ill of (ho or ganlization . The
Southeri frm.11 'r2 In praleIally alon
if, biving orlga1z11ed. Workldig ide
1e11Ilel y as I hll l 3, t average
rarmI er it unabe o codi uc' t his.,; b It
.1MA It.s I a busine14,8--11k It n IIann Ier and (
totheq(uetily ffer' m OAr.
Thet Koulth Viarolinla Cotton (11rowers',
Co-operalve AssIeatin, whille, not
prm1 'l III anly fabu4lous f IIInlal re
und at, l4 is InI aill probabilty, eIpeially
If I'21IIe 1110h a4t111typ't It desve, desx
'ined1 to provte of Inelcuilable vallu
to the cotton farmer.
Indientions are that. huindreds of
people 'will vome to nturens Friday
and Saturday, March 11) and 11, to take
advtailge of tilt peIa offerings to
bo give'n by 1the mo5ehan1t, of a1u
rolls oil theIr first. Joint -Dollar Day.
The Amerienn dollar ham InI the'lat
neveral years had mlanly upIs anld
downiia, dropping InI valu e during 110
war from 100' 21m) s -fol tie li0mit
centIS. Since thie period of dellation
b a1111 n1111rV 11111tt year ago It 1111 1
beenl gradlully riinlad has nlow
reachevd at value of about 80 cents, ae
cor-ding to sltatI st icians who have takt
en tlt Anerea 1) ollar if' 191-1 a1 the
101rbay anld Satltrday, h'owever, the
.I lillr will he worth ts h o111 r 11o. '1
bly more tha evrl befor1e. The effor1
of the mile1reba lt it of 'l a ronl 1 organ -
Ized and u 2il3ed and s. for the benefit
not only of thellmselves or- I'i, l2n n21 hut.
for the' whole lolllty and everyon
els who will coill to the iely Friday
anld Satlirday Sto take aivantage of Ohe
ni'4'O4'1ement to make i ollar 11i .wor-th
mor . The Aivr ol'iser irges it read
r andilt th r friends to read enref1tily
Ithe IdVetkIIvtn tin tis- issue a nd
.'t) come(0) to '211n 0 1a111y) and S It'r
day for D)ollar Diays.
ald It Geenwood (1'huc
(ev. t. .U.luller Native' of Moun1ville4','
to'1l 1)' Reaho nI.Io ('ent.r Unt 1M.ay.11
Tho Rev.o 101~~l~11l A. lItiler, a native of1(
11t). (mtvill n eounty, andolnt pres
tille.')'lg' oy. was 0 ex ted a cllt lat11
week0 to ihe suth glain 1)tr0ee 11iatIst
.\141. Ful)ler graduat7b erm l'resby-1,4)
was') late ordained a'l)1. l'pitg itr
tlle wodasy as o f 5'' 1111 the .lla ts chrch'
a t~ talud f4or) 1111 time, nani il
yfll nCapt. Ntth enl) o enwoh
willnot agful hiMok theeuni
\A, havingele to hrman atthe
sem4R iary t 1, isvlle lltt4 until1(th e .
I~~4r Old1)1 Time Shingler otl
acdetllyookspp~ Sw yr rec1ive1)4 d v
ifa of Tmb-linge bhos, a few od
chingls Cwh11 then oul dsatteredhtfo
yiar agdron wIcho hae wtsd
Wothe hage of tleeatr bonce that
Advisory (ommittee Named by Cen
tral Committee and Cailed to Mee
The olrgallizati lon cOlmilhitt(eo of th
pr1'flosed Ltur'en1 county branch 0
the S. C. Cotton Growers' Co-operativ
Association mnet i. the court hous
here Fr1iday and conflirned the nomi
h311ions1 of the cenItral committee al)
po inttd to have genelal filu pes0 o l1ll )
the earipaign lin this county. Th
cntalcorillittee (as aippointed by th
or-gan ization comittee Is composed 0
.J. S. ICraig, challimalln, ald It. 1'. Gr'ay
of rly Court, and iayne I' . \Vork
Inan, of Clinton.
Th'le cenitrail cormmittee hield Its Inl
itLal nineting in l 1nrens Mondlay a
whilh all thel' Were'0 pWesent. Aftei
discussirig pltin at length it 'was de.
chil(ed that, the next step to take waws t(
0ni111.41 the ald of an ad1Visor-y O'folmiit.
tee of two iII each township. AmsIlin
Ilig that thii advisor'y (0omm1111itt(''
wolil not fe'l diipseld .to neceept til
appointmerrent withot a full explanat
tion Of tile (etaiis of the cOtton asso
(intion's plans, it was delied to al
ihe4-se conit'1111teemen'h to ineet In I,au
reis next Monday at if o'clock, whe1
Ali. Anidrew ira1111lett, field r'epiresen
tative, wiltlI e liere to expflintl the pla
Inl detail. Th'le mieeting mill hm beh
ill Thie Ad ver-tiser ofile.
The cetral comm1itte1 was agiee(
that till success of Ithe orgallizationl Ii
til, counily mnay hinge onl 11he interesl
shown in the lmeeting -Mlonday, so I
wis the uillll mols wihII of the coin
niitteo ()hat the( gentlemen appointed
onl the tempor-ary advisor~y board makc
every effo't -to attend Ml.\o nday, palrti'lcu
iarly with the view of deelding foi
he ilselves whethel or not they w'isl
to give their 1'sutppoI't to tihe Ca11111m0gn1
The roliowing twereC appointed oil
the township1 advisory board-( anid ar-i
retinestel to meet. In iThe Advert ie
office Inl ILaurlen next Monday mlornlinl
at II o'clock:.
rianrensGeo.ill. Blt and 13. B.
litinter-C. W. Stone and .1. L%.\,
.lacki-- .1. M. Copeland and Walte
SeuIffe'town- J. \% r)onnan \11111
Youngs- T. 0i. 1(arris and rnes.
lDlals C. 11. OwIns and (vo0. 1". 1OI'r
sullivanl Io"tgveE _ 10.41imlisoll .111
W. 1. I eemnan.
Waterloo-,i. C. Smithu ' an. d Ml. W
Cross 11111-41. T. )lolli ngswor'th an11
W. 11. lIr'yson.
ANNI'AL FIEL1) I)AY
TO lE iIEIU IN IdI'lIEN 2
Athletl4 Programn for Aflerioon a1
Deelamulat.iol Couest lurihing the Fvr
('ning, IS Arrnnl1g'ed. .
The anal 1ll Ield dIy in wicI 111 1
thie high and giraded schools in Lau
1enls county Wake 1art. will i' held at
1,aurens Paiday, April 7.
AthlltIc eventi s con1)4sting of1 t00
mi11le run1. discu'is, 220) yarid dashl, pok1l
rauilt,1 1201 yarid low httridl10s, Irunn11 i
broad1i4 jumiip. Ill0 yaird dash44 and1( shol
put1, wi~'ll he held dui:ng the a14'fternIooI
tests5 will be held iln the (court hious<
he samet even'ing. Thet oratorIcal1 coin.
('11 let' re open for ho0th boy3s andl gli'h
aove' t he s(eenth gi'ade. iLst yeai
'lharlles .ilhnson1 of the Gr'ay C'our't
boy's' conte(St. First honor's \n 1t'
.irls' oratorIcal 'ointest wenIt to1 th<n
E1tach st'hol inl thle c'ounity will he al
~wted to c.ontetanlit s In each athlethl
'ent1 anid one14 boy3 to de'laim ail onlt
irl to) reclte. Te i'ules ot' thne 11i1l
lay allowv a hoy' -to enteri both the0 ath
letie ev'ents andi the orantorlcal contest.
The &eet wats very suicceful last
rear~i and1 it is an~ticipafted by 111e school
lluthoit ies thlat 'een more1' studtents
Lhis year wIll tatke par't.
Notice ofI Siluging ('onvention
Thhe South Lb aureni''s Singing Coniven.
114on *wIll met at Goldv,'lioechurch Sun
day13 afternooni at 2:30 o'clock. All
sinlgers are'( cordially lnvi'ted to 111el
11. Y. Abrams, Sec. andi Treas
\ cou'' of Yankee dleaconsi were
-'' I a iirm::nenCt cIt izeni of whose
lieality there had always becen COn-'
-.11 1%"~''i '.., "I hafve always
..J ti~at lir1cl.cr Ilrown' was one of
the mlost chariable men In this town,
For ins5tanIce, I have never known him11
to'1'etuse to lend his plug hat to any
bodly who asked him for it.".
Korean Race a Mixture.
The Koreana are taller than c ithe:
the Chinese or Japanese, They are
robust and vIvacious, indefatlgabit
workers aig~ are in great demand i
Japjan as mlechantejs. There are dlit,
ferenut races ini the country, atnd there
is a great diversity of featurds, Soa
faces are entirely voId of hair; others
have rich, silky heards and Whiskers,
while those of others present nothing
hajt ase ~ tangled a.
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* JHOLLY GROVE NEWS *
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Ulolly Grove, March 6.-AVe were
seized with panic the othe' day when
r our Advertiser failed to come on time.
Wie hitched up old Dan, our -trusty
mulo, and went -scurrying around for
news. But all we could hear was boll
weevil and taxes. If those two evils
were put in -the -balance we question
which would "'tlp 'the beam".
'The situation ia serious. We lay
r awako nights trying to plan to make
our money reach, and friends and fel
low countrymen, it oftentimes don't
reach. But man's extremity is God's op
portunity, and we feel sure there Is
L somno valuable lesson or lessons to be
learned from the present depression.
Mr. .J. K. Templeton, of Clinton,
called (v je friends here 8alesday, on
his way to Laurens.
Mrs. Lula 'Davenport, of the city,
spent the week-end with relatives in
Air. and Mrs. J. -Frank Martin and
(auighter, Miss Vir-giniat, visited rela
tlives near Madden last week.
Mrs. 'Phebo Shockley is visiting rel
atives at Clinton.
iMr. Will 'Mundy and family visited
friends in our vicinity last week.
$ SPECIAL NOTICES. 4
WiantA-To boy your seed cotton.
See J. Sewall Gray, at LJauirens Gin &
Fuel Co. Phone 229 your orders for
Wanted-A position as c6mpanion
or assistant to housekeeper. Ad
dress I'M. E. B.'' Clinton, S. C., care
164 ,Musgrove St. 34-It-pd
For Rent.-Oood 75-acre farm near
Senator Goodwin's, for. standing rent
or portion of crop. 'Part of land al
ready broke. Would rent to sow down
on halves. See C. P.. Baldwin, 'Watts
Xggs For Sale-'Pure Rhode Island
Ied. 11 for $1.00. J. C. Shell, Lau
For Sai--Two year old grade Jer
sey cow with male calf 10 days old.
- Price -$.o. J. Cray Harris, Owings.
Potato Plants-Three million pure
-porto rico potato plants, grown from
treated potatoes, ready April fifteenth,
dollar sixty live lots live thousand,
shipping point. . Guarantee safe ar
rival. Million fine cabbage plants, im
mediate shipment. ninety cents thous
and shipping point. G. J. Derrick,
1,:lncaster. S. C. 34-1t-p
('olhle Pupiues-I have several thor
ough bred Collie 'Puppies for sale, male
$5.00, female $3.00. H. F. Tumbliln,
Gray Court. Rt. 3. 34-It-pd
Svfed Potaitos-I have 70 ,or 80
lAuh 1s Porto Rico potatoes, grown
irom ithe vinle' been 0. K'd. by Clem
son colilee. $1.50 bu. See me or. ask
at 'Kulterprise National Bank. 0. Y.
Straight. Salary-$35.00 per week
Ianld expen1ses to man or .woman with
rig to introdluce3 PO1UJIUIVY .MIXTUR1.
1Eureka Mfg. Co., 1ast St. Louis. Ill.
fontey to Loaln--On improved farm
anid city property for a period of years
at seven and one-half per cent inter
est. lkomar, Osborne & Brown, At
torneys, Spa rtahurg, S. C. 34 -tf
For Sale-One milk cowv with young
enlf. Three gallons milk, m:ound to
p~ound' andl half butter. $50. Regis
,teredI short horn eat tl. (P rice NWery
reasonable. M. L. Crisp, Mountville,.
S. C. 34-It-pd
Government Wagons-For Sale, or
offered in excehang'e for corii, oats, hayi
or lumber. 'Wagons in good condi
tion. D~ixie Ice and Ftmel Co., Clin
Seed Irish Potatoes-JWe are in p0
sit ion to save you money. Sec us be
fore you buy. Carryteria. 31-5t-pd
Cotton Seed- Re-cleaned WVanna
maker's Improved Big lBoll Cotton
Seed. $t.00 per bushel. L. B. Stod
dlar, Onvings, S. C. 31 5t-pd
For Sale--One seven passenger tour
ing car, Series 59) Cadilac, equipped
with new cord tires Excellent shape
andI run only about 10,000 miles. A
bargain. WN. B. Knight, Laurens, S. C.
rEgaFor Hlatchuing---S. C. ?Rhode Is
land .Reds, sired by Fitzmaurice cocks.
Same strain as wvon grand prize at
last state fair. Record hatches this
season. $1.50 iper setting. Chance to
get high class eggs at reasonable
price. J. F. Bllackmon, Watts' Mills.
Cotton Seed-Pure Cleveland Big
Boll cotton seed for sale. $1.25 per
bushel. J. R. 'Brownlee, Watts Mills.
Wanted-Poolar, oak, ash and wval
nut logs. Also interested in hard
wood timber tracts.' R: W. Walker
Lumber Co., Salisbury, N. C. 33-7t-c
For Sale-R. I. Red eggs from
choice pen $2.50 a set~tig, from second
'on $1.50. W. S. Iholmes,. 125 WV. Main
Europe has 50 languages and 687
variations. The -comparatively small
number of variations in their lan
guages is due to the fact that they
h've no baseball writers over theree
St. Joseph News-Prea.
Ice Barrier Caused Falls.
Niagara Palls came into existence
because ice in past ages closed the
ancient outlet of Lake Erie. The lake
overflowed along a new course, which
caused it to tumble over h cliff.
Oide's Pepto-Mangan Restores Your
Strength and Prevents Illness.
Aged peoplo often need a good blood
tonic. 'When the blood becomes clog
ged with poisons from the system,
(ude's Pepto-Mangan purifies it by
driving off the waste matter. Good
blood is full of viality and prevents
illness, giving the body greater .powerI
of resistance. - The we vlesses of old
age are greatly helied -by a uspply of'
rich, red blood. Gude's Pepto-Mangan
is sold in liquid or tablet form -by all
druggists. It has been recommended
by physicians for 30 years and Is a
valuable tonic and builder for the weak
and run-down of all ages from child
hood to old age. Advertisement.
NOTICE OF SALE
In the District Court of the United
States for the Western District of
In the mattor of Mrs. E. B. Watson,
Notice is hereby given that pursu
ant to an order of Hon. D. H1. Hill,
Iteefroe in Bankruptcy, heretofore
made in the above entitled matter, I
will sell at public auction on salesday
in March, 1922, in front of the Court
House at Laurens, S. C., during the
regular hours of sale, to the highest
bidder the following real estate:
All the one-half interest of the above
named bankrupt in all that lot or par
cel of land situate, lying, and being in
the town of Ora, County of Laurens,
State of South 'Carolina, containing
fiye (5) acres, more or less, and bound
ed 'by 'lands of W. J. Fleming, A. Y.
Thompson, W. E. McClintock, A. R. P.
Parsonage, and known as the Bryson
Terms of sale: one-third cash, bal
ance in one and two years secured by
a mortgage of the premises and note
of the purnhaser bearing eight per
cent interest per annum and ten per
cent attorney fee, the mortgage to
contain the usual receivership clause.
Purchaser to pay for papers and
R. F. DAVIS.
Highest grade lemstitching and
Picot Edge Work. We make ma
chine and know how to turn out
the highect grade work.
Orders laken for leating of all
kinds. We operate modern plant
and do only the best work.
Latest style electrically driven ma
chines sold on easy terms.
All makes of machines repaired.
SINGET SEWINy MACHINE VO.
Greemvood, 8. C..
V. 13. Barnuet, Mgr.
The Quinine That Does Not Affect
Because of its tonic and laxative ef
fect. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININ:E
(Tablete) can be taken by anyone
without causing nervousness or ring
ing in the head. E. W. GROVE'S sig
nature on box. 30e.
Terracing : Leveling,.
Gray Court, S. C.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Lauren., South Carolina
Office ItA Peoples Bank Euildinig
C. E. Kennedy & Son
LAURENS, - - - S. C.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb
Attorneva at Law
Will Practice in an State O.arts
P'romapt Attention Given All Basipse
C. C. Feath'erstont W. B. Enaght
W'BATHERBSTOX1B A KIRT
At#orneys at Law
All Business Intrusted to Our
Will Nave Promapt and Carbfw4 A .
Office over Palmette Bank
Mr. letheretone will snn Wda
The American Dollar
Has a purchasing power far great
er than any other Dollar. It will
be worth even more Friday and
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
We will give $1.00 off on any ar
ticle of $5.00 or more.
$2.00 off from the price of a $10.00- arti
cle. We will also sell any $1.25 article
One Dollar off on every pair of eye
glasses sold. Eyes examined free.
Your Dollar Will Buy
Good Values Here
An Attractive Line of New Stationery
L. B. BLACKWELL
Dial Building Opposite Post Office
LAURENS, S. C.
SEE HOUGH TO SEE WELL
With a view towards co-operating with the
merchants of Laurens in making Dollar Day a
success,'we will give One Dollar off from the
price of every pair of glasses sold Friday and
W. H. HOUGH, Optometrist a
The merchants of Laurens are
encouraging you to buy in
Laurens and to save thereby.
We join in the spirit of Dollar
Day, and invite your account.