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Imintord, A pril --Dr. Graves I.
lKnight r1e'acht I a good sermion last
Silalhy afterloon with a large crowd
\\' t are gal to ali otinee that .\l;iss
M atry 1).lir nmll has1 reccovere'd sulf
liviently to be at thrc tihiday after
11 011. I ler fritinls were glaid to see I
\lr. .lie L:tford was at homitie from)
F rilInan Iliersity for a few dlays last
.\fr~s. .\nnla Kamnp ofSatnug
t t xv d:1ys with li r sister. .\lts.q
J.W\'. .:iford. thist, we tk.
.I \ . \\'. 1I. \ 'Ii i ht anld chiI n - 1
uNr\ i W k-el vitt jt )it o fri eidI s anit
relatives iat SIr tanhu.
Th.tt \1 . . t. In attitrt andere1
In! Inecting l iht. The st ldy
--lass fi lishi i4 coursI and stood til
iexami nation Sainray night. .ost all I
pmssi'l withi :-atisfactory mlarks.
.\r. adil A\s. C. '. Waldrop eited
'iined the School facililty P'rithay (.v
n gto evih ate the '21st birthday of
their son. .\l-. Charles \\alrep.
[\Ii. J. W. Fohiso spent the awek
Cld with homltafolks, coming'home from
his- work al \\alhalla.
\Mr. and .\ rs. T. Ja. i lari n and .ll . f
. 1 i m n ) : it murfe- . v i Siteil
frl.i I i ls an1(Il relIa t i v I I his Ia st we\eo k
.\lr. and \.itsJ . T .aft erson viSit
\ r. and M rs. .lmes ILanlgsto na
F-ountalin inn last Sunlday.
\lissi eml.ra l'attersonl gave at VVry
dolightfill :)arty to her frienlds and
classmaies S<Itturday nlight, enjoying
gamnes and( music, after which delight
fil refreshients Were selrved.
NOII OF NIlNKRTlI''Y
'l'nited Statcis of Aeilriica.
it srl ot ofSouitil Carolina.
IN TIl Il)lIl' (Ol'IT
In the matter of L'atrens Brick Com- (
Notice is her by given that the alove
iatnted firifm has hen dully adjudged
hantkritf , and the first meeting of tIhe
creditors of said hanikilipt will be beld I
in the otlice of the indersignc(d 'in tife
citv of (:r( enville. S. C., on the ith
day of April A. I)., 19'22. at eleven
o'clock ia the ftorenoon. at which thie
and place the creditors may appear.e
examine fite bankrufpit. fIrov', f heir
claimis and transact such other busl
ness as may priioperly come before saidl
38-It liefereo in Bankruptcy.
NO MORE PATS
or mice, ifler youi use IIAT-SNAI.
It's i sure rodeit kilk r. Try it P kir.
and prove it. Italts killed iwith ItAT
Snap leaive nto stme4ll. Cats (r dogs
nlon'lt euchl It. ("uaran111teed,
35e size (I ('like) enioeuh for
PantrIIy. Hiltenl (ir Cella1r.
iSc size (2 entkes) for Chicken
louse. 'Oii(s. or Small buildinus.
$1.25 .4izep (5 e(rke'As) unough for all
itu I Ildin orld ii I fa1tor'y bilidl- dnss.
Soild antd GualranteedI by ('. L-.Kn
ntldy & Mon. In aurents liairdwareiI'd ('t.,
andii Pittnam1II's lUruit Store'(.
QU-:lN 0!" P.
Shaili (tfopon toi
a i :- to Qoeet of Pa~hiiaf, La
* .I n t 'ath C'olumbiia byt'
To the Committees
licit Funds in L
the National D(
The call is now ur'
for funds is very pret
Will yo: :2 :
to visit the Democrat
There never was a
of the Democratig PR
meant as much to
mocracy as it does ti
. ' Please make- -youi
Saturday, April 8.
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STARiTLE'S NEW YORK
llusband, Wife and Servanlts Bound
While Quartet (iOathers Jewelry.
New Yorik, April 2.-The most aiaz
ing daylight rdbbery New i'ork has
known ill mnly years occurred 4this af
ternoon Ii the home of Albert Rt. Shat
tuck, retired linancier, 19 Washington
Stiare. north, When four ailed hali
dlits overpowered .\lr. an Irs. Slat
tulCk and Se(vel SOalits, bounld thema I
all w it h ro'e, locked .them inl a wine
L'illar and stole jewelry valied at $90,
The robbers ransacked the dwelling
Cor. anl hiour11 and a half, but as they
wvre leavilng. ole was captured, anid
I an1 OVicoat lie hlad alhnllIonC(d inl
lis flight tihr mIghi Washington q(inare
iewels valued at $20,000 were found.
'T'hte alarm was given by the butler,
Aho freed haimself from Ills bonds and
running to a neighbor's house while
he thieves were still at work tele
1holled the police.
Rtacing in a taxicab to the Shattuck
1om2e the police arrived as the four
'obbesi were leaving.
Te last of tle qu artet was colinug
0 the front when the police arriived.
Ph is man was Captured after a short
.ase. ile gave the name of EIgenlio
11azet, a Spanish tailor. 'Ile refused
o tell who his comn palions were.
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Tylersville, April 3.-We are glad
o see ile sunslilie, after having So
ultch rain. Ilope if will stay clear for
I while, so the fariers eat 'begin their
R1ev. Jennings illed his regular ap
'ointmlelt at Iangstonl oil Sunday. Ile
>reached a plendid serilloll.
Mr. .1. W. Peterson celebrated his
iiday Stiniday with his children ald
randclchildren. The large birt hiday
-:tke was beautifully decorated with 73
andles. We wish for him mtlany hap
y returns of the day.
.\lrs. Nonnie Smoak and clildren, cf
amleron. are Visiting Mrs. Smlonk's
nother, Mrs. Mattie Clark.
Miss Hessic 'Davis visited Misses
.1mm1a and Mlattie. Donnan, recently.
.\lt. William Peterson and sisters,
d isses IbyI and ' ,ydie called on their
'rarnldlother, Mrs. Mary Donnan last
Messrs. W. .U. Clark, of (heenwood,
Itl Niles Clark, of 'Waterloo, visited
icmniefol ks last week-end.
"Found Seien tills Dead In i1n Next
Rlobert Woodruff says: "My prem
ses were infested with rat s. I t ried
tAT-SNAP on frieid's recomtienlda
ion. Next morniig fotind sevetn dead
'ats in 1inl, two ear feed box, three
n stall. Foni d large nitumnbel since.
Co smell froi dead rats--lAT-SNAP
t'ys them up. Iest. thing I have ever
1sed." Three sizes, 35. 5c, $.5
,ld and guiaranltveed by CI.- . Kennewdy
Ssoil. J.-aurenis lidw. Co.., an 11!tnam
To C.ure a Cold In one [Dy
rnke L.AXATrIVE B1ROMO QUIININE (Tabiets.'t It
rtoes te Cough~t amniIdtlace anmd works off the
Jold~i. E. W. GROVE'S mig'nnture' on cacth lxi.:k
lith I to 2nd.
Appointed to So
rurens County for
gent and the need
:a! <c:' this week
s in your vicinity?
time~ in the history
~rty when a dollar
the welfare of De
report to me by
B. A. SULLIVAN.
BIUSINESS MAN (UIVES
VIEMWS ON 0311E BUYING
Tells lion llany Persom are Mulchited
by 31al Order flouses of Couniitry
"You are up against a mighty hard
proposition," said Mr. W. P. 'T1om4ason
of S. M. & 14". ii. Wil-kes & Co., in giv
ing his views concerning Tho Adver
tiser's buying in ;4lurens Campaign.
"Ther'liei is a1 great deal of prejudice in
the belief the mail order houses .have
fosteredl in their insidious advertising.
This prejudice in tihe mlinds of the peo
Ple mist be overcome before they can
see the 'benofits which will coie
tl rough hilying i I Laurens. But by
a clear and honest presentation of the
truth a-hoitt the inatter, tihey may in
t ime he brought to see the facts in
the case. Anyone mwho makes a thor
uligli ilvestigation will readily d iscov
r te falltahe s in the mail order agree
"Wheni a local merchant Is told that
ils prices are a few cents higher than
so0me o-' tile mail order catalogues, lie
ftel hasn't time to explain inl detal:
to 'the clstoiier about -transporta.tion
(1harges, difference inl quality and ser
Vice and the various ithases of the
imiatter in question.
"'The result is that the customer
rften leaves the store under tihe iml
)ressioln that toe locA' merchant tried
lo evade the question and that his
rwices are really higher, while in
many cases the prices are about the
;ame alid often the local prices are the
"We are doing all we can as 11(i
viduals and as a company to help the
.ause, a.; hiuying in - Laurens benefit's
lot only the 11-im but the customers as
Well. The Laurens merchants live
1ere alnd have the intciest of the city
it heart iut not one ever heard of a
hA1icago mail order 'house 'paying taxes
i Lailens to help pave the streets
r keep u) the public free schools."
mr. Thomason endorses The Adver
tier's iltitlative in starting the "Buy
n1 Lau rels" campaign, and wishes to
oee the people take tile cause to heart,
;o that ILaurens will grow bigger and
jetter every year.
IBANAIi lii'"IT AX ES NOT PAID
l'reasurer Youing Notilled by Tax
The taxes of variolls individlals and
[1rms11 who have gone into bankrutllt.cy
have not belen itaid by the trustees, ac
'ordillg to a notice tir ectoed to the at
Lention of Treasureri Ross I). Young
by the Soulth Carolina Tax Comiis
T1'he a1:1ws of South Carolilla provi(le
ror the collection of taxes in bank
ruptcy cases for two years after the
trustee has been discharged and the
niotice calls attention to the fact that
suit Cal be brought against discharged
Lriustees within suco'h length of time.
T'reasu1rer Young stated Monday that
hle Will make a drive for the collection
if taxes from all sIch delinquents.
NEAlt ('1R0S hilLL
(gill Lindsey lillied ltecauise of Alleged
liemairk lie .ile About ('omupan Ion.
llecnuse .he said I isulting remiarks
wcr' mladle nhou(11t -himi several (lays
:cgo, .911m I'lleIy, colored, abou11t 22
vears old. faitally wounldedI(:1 GIllidsey
Mnd ji(ay moiting at 7 o'clock by strIk
ing him over the hlead -with la 2x4
illank. Laindsey -lived unt11il 11i:30.
I olh 11negrtoes were emlo cyed on1 the
l a .skt il A teh'ison 1lanIita tionI near i ro~'
II ill a ndlIl 1the1homiCide occurred about11
100( yad from I(~l tile Newher 111i~ county1
lini.. P'ulley was arrested HI noon4
in the (oun ity jail.
(. C. Ihill, promIien t farme of (I' Wat
fl-mdw Iini as Magistrate of W\aterloo
Tlogrn ishipi, to till thle une1x ired(4 term
of W. F. Wa l:er, deceased.
Forw many yearls whlile Mir. Walker01
was mlagis;trate, lhe residled at the home
of .\lr. (. C. 11111 and( both were k nonn
to have b:'en bosom friends. Magis
triate Ilil ish f .milir wit-h tihe duities
of hiis olile and h1( iis appl~oinltmen~t did(
noIt (cme as a su1rprise to his laui~rens
3richi Itondi Wlorkc in Wlaterloo
XW.terloo, Marceh 31.-D~uring the
Past- twvo weeks, much..road work has
l'een done in this township, In add(1
tion to two ver'y su'bstantial bridges
built on tihe Long Leak (Jreek by Mir.
Cullbertsomj Messrs. John A? Martin, T.
7'. Coleman and Walj~or G. Hlendrix
h'ave superv'ised some very fine r'oad
construction on the fonds leading 'by
their farms. The countr'y roads could
have a little repair 'work done at least
gnee every year. This -would help out
wonderfully towards making ti'afile
safe an'd economical. Such men are to
be comniyonde4 for takig~ s~lch a stop
.when ltik needed' so bdl~y"dter the
We -are displaying a wonc
for Spring and Summer.
New Hats featuring the ci
in its most pleasing ways.
A hat for every face and
Miss Griffin has just returned I
varied selection in the latest styles,
This Easter collection will p
seeking style and quality.
We have a choice selection of I
The qualities, styles, materia
dresses will prove that even our mo
Spring Silks in Crepe-de-chino
Back-Satin, Crepe Faille, Foulard a
Van Raalte Hosiery
Visit Our Rest I
Mail and Telephone Oj
The MOit R4WTrark
'125,000 MEN and WOMEN
FEAST' OF BELSIMAZZAR
CHARJOT RACE$ and Ma
THfE OAST INOLUDES ONS'[
TULLY MARSHALI,.4L)1A R
HARRIS, ELME2R OZ.WT(ON,
.D. W. GRIFFITHS GREAI
-eations in Hats.
lerful assortment of New MI1:.ery
'eative genius of the millinery world
rom Atlanta, where she made r rg- and
the newest color effects and i., i. e s to
rove of intinse interest to those v ho are
) BETTY WALES
Is and workmanship embodied in these
3t enthusiastic statements fail to do them
, Roshanara Crepe, Canton Crepe, Crepe
nd Printed Georgette.
Jack Tar Togs
%rs and Bathing Suits
toom While in Clinton
-ders Given 'Prompt Attention
TON, S. C.
& Friday April 6-7
Prodiction 6f thE Age
-4,000 DANCING GIRLS AT Tlt
-1,700 IJORSES in the Sensation I
fly OTHER THRILLING SCEN
ANCE: TAIVADGE, .SEENA OW,
UBENS GEO, PAWORTt,~W
ALFfl D rAGET,~~O EIMQ3NO
EST PICTURE3 REREJJ
IA N $1.500.00
15c an~d 40c