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ADVElRTISlNG PRlNTING COMPANY
Lauren. S. C.
Advertising Ritwi on Application.
Obituarles and Cards of Thanks: Ono
C(enit a Word.
Miatered at the postollice at Laurens,
2. C., as second class mail matter.
T'he Advertisi r ls~: itself I i~l.d
.fIordI with the pirit of the wot1eII
of t ; Gr4t 11N.ill Ie I 'ha I ubI(-r of Com
nierc 11 their planl t n1aE110 the al
roenS-Gr1etulville road at 3411morial lI igh
w . to C(uemrt tilt -,0r01- of Lte
Soliers and sailors of tel World \\ar,
hut i! Ilou ts4 tilE il. On of lining the
road V.ith ihiule I sEE So long as the
road is on ly sIlrfaced - ith soil. It a
will known tact that soil su rfaced
road( a r di fficult to kEep in coldition I
whEN thEy are shaded from tihe sun
Ild 1he1" proIpose'li neI i1)- of I ees will
11:a\n. thi.; shading ecEit. l'io sibly the
ladies have ill mind the pilantinig of
trees n(1w only ' along tha1tiw l1art of the
iiighiway already IlavEd, with the view
(f planting further a., the jIaving is
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.MUlST I ll-1-P1A1 .\T 1
lLeader. of Tlhe Advert iselr will no
doubt be uri1ed to Iearn1 that mn uch
of the ae Enow bEillg used by Ameri
(all new.paEirS is being mallufactured
in Norway. Sw dEn and othir I.uop
ennetntresand sohl inl tisk .ounl
try at less than .\mllerictn 10aper11 can
e olglht. This is all the IloE S-4 ur
pr1i):ing n hen we see t flE prices of :a
por manu111facturling" ! toeks declinle anld
IEarn that [ho paer vorkEr.-z art strik
ing for higher wages.
The colldition ill lh aper indut.ty
are mucil 'imilar to th E 11 ot
whicE aw a nE I iyhe by:uliOe
to (ui, i amlyin E f ril f (r)y f ne ho
and E\ti arr only working to t ad
vanta"_ie of a cmin arativle.y ftew%\ who
.ika bh t o hohL ll i i i a 1 \' ghS,
Ic h ak ii . arit E! Istill lr igh
in i e m: ln o.:ula:-tri n d iit ,
cn indusEt is have indutiwE, Itopin
the sua voJ"lme of' product.
I lie. th' conitinu1leld deupresSion.
The Advertiser does not foresee a 1
reiturnl of real rosplEriIy to the
(nuntry intil the wa. ges of coal nili
crs, railroal wtIors, st-el maiikcrs,
govelm111n11t empllcIII,yees and ot her un
deflated workers are dhflated to with
In a revasonabll e level of the fariler.
'Th11s the farmer and a few of his
deflated as5sociates (can 1ut? is (lay's
l abor against alnotheir mall's labor and
tratde onl an1 erO tal or mi fore nearly
A's it stands now, a lot of' farmers
alIe ent irely (lit of the trading bulsi
lne-S unlless it is on ''a credIt"'.
The le(sson1 to be learIned fromi the
foreigzn- houghlit Paper is tlja t Amieri
ann labor' woiuld do wvell to look out
that it does not kill the goose that is
la:y ing t he golenl egg. W\e agriculItuiral
people, for fthisi is after all an agri
(ulturail outntv dlown South, will lie
foreed to buyi from other peole or not
at all! if Costs of Amerieann manufac
Ituredl iroduct s are to remain at pres
enit high levels.
(Court of ('ommion Plea'1S to Convente
Here March 2-4. Roster Not Yet Comn
The Jurty Conmmissioners, consisting
of Clerk of Couirt C. A. Power, Treas
urer Ross D. Young, Auditor J1. W.
Thompson and Sheriff S. CI. Reid, will
meet Saturday, April 8, at 10 o'hclck
to draw a venire of jurors for the
spring term of the Court of Common
.The court will Coilvene here Monday,
'March 2'?, and 'will b~e presided~ over bly
Juidge .J cmn F. Wilien of Emng The
roster of eases for the a . :::. :t
yet been madhe up, but it Is expected tol
be large and that the full torm e'
tW w eeks for th e con' - ;::: :...:-. .
Humbinert. Mauy Run .
the streets for the past week, strong
efforts are being made by friends of
Mr. HI. B. Hutmbert, former county'
supervisor, to have him offer -for the
place agkin this stmrmer, lir. Hum
bert Is n~w engineer of the Abbeville
county highway comnnisgion. It Is
statedl that Mr. Humbert has not flatly
turned down the suggestion, but that
he Is not yet wIlling to allow himself
to be cotinted as an atccepted candi
INVITATION MADE TO
CITY 0 l M' N I ZATI ONS
((in ville (hamber init Ies ('1ie,
Social and 1i'1triotie Bodies of City
II A t ll 'in tit iit 4 't 14etIi IIe's.
A.n invitation has bteen (xItendd by
hio \\'tomaI's Ilitireat of tle Green
ville I ('haIIher of Comimerce to the
A mIe ric(ait I xglon I Postt s in this city,
thlt Civic League and th It' IIit Sinemss
Slen's Leagu' to attend tie ceremon
I(s of the ofatig tf lte first tree onl
tile emorial liiighway, which will be
Lld next Friday, April 7, at foitI
The road frot Greenville to Lait
rens has been selected for the! Memo
ial iighway and the women's bur t'eaul
expressed the hoe in thir invitation
that L au rens citizen.A and organtiza
tions will co-operate with those of
Greenville in their patrioic plan foi
planting trees onl the I allrenls-G reenl
ville Iliighway as a memorial for t(he
heroes in tie late war.
hle, exercises In planting ite first
tret il ilt' the '.lorial iighway wvill be
held abot half way beitwen Green
ville and the Fair Grounds.
lDIOMit.\IATS NEEl) FINIDS
Drite Stiats in Ili irens County it
It. .\. Siillivan Chairman.
Gen. \\'Ilie Jones, S Cate Chairman
of the National Democratic l'arty, and
Lomuel Stansell, Special Representa.
tiVe, have recn itly appointed Mr. 13. A.
Sullivan, of this city, chairmati for
iaurens cottnty of a drive for fuands
that has beein starIted all over' tle
cotillry for the Democratic party.
'ille Iled for Fund.s is very pressing
;.t is l timie. according to notices sent
out fr-ial thle national headquarters. 1
The I'l eprtsent drive for funds is to be
itsed to pay off debts incurred in the
last camailign and to help assire Dem
OCratie victory- at tihie :olls next year.
Mr. Suillivai inl assiuimingt ils dities
as the cotity chairmnatn, has appoint
d sul)-commltittees to cnnvass til' whole
ou'nty dulring his . ii ivVeek. Tamouint
_per'l fromt this,. county, szaid .\r.
Suiv Monday mornint, is .' and
it will be col il. h,, Said, if teill
ralik an file doeocraSt il 'aurn'
liii nlty wi l soiv the ir party thi( whol('e-_
hirtod Cisuioth it dhserv s.
('Ol3Tr Y N ISl .AHIII1I-:s .1I ND.-,yj
il(t SAlMe Gl'sit temently A.ppoht -
< d Col. Nu re. W!i tOrl 'anize
MO.; lIlilGo ae, re ently ap
.(I Coimtly Nursu, arrived in 1the
C-ity .\onday to take( u11 her. duties
1Ire. .\liss Gasmsett is .1 a n t ive of
Gr'eenville and is a graduate of the
Greenville City Hlospital.
\imiss Gossett comles to Laulrens well
qihpd for the work she will pel
for in the couty, havingt tuedied
Publicl ealh service Ir Iwo years
under the sup)ervisionl of the American
lteed Cross -with which she is sil
Ott~ l.i( tilll
identified. (S'ohe has also taken I post
a du ae tourse in tichmiond, \'a.
No definite plaws have yet eill 'd
by itt tootet buoit shnexel to lo
n ite uit. hothuttecut
wit' whichm is won oflo ei~nes
for til ye'sliefasre. s dnof(i
citWhit m for' at Goti ernlil stii''aissed
Tuhthe CCtityot FrCiy(an ttCali
recentl cnoumntdt hits ninneo
tretrntr of eoutplolinal wasia vis'
atrfo anl fotuforestnte'tyng friday
thmr. Colema was one on h orsin-r
but tok the opprtunaioal li of
.\r. Coleman is onot the1 succems
nenter beentinie politicsfore. Fortan
ofn thearme w~lla facient of the
Gl'en-Lwr -Ma~jnuofac'turn Ompanyi sil
the mill coportion recric mui
mryatentk oit omployees andi te roa
gressive tops1t i 'i toktoa celationeat
an hold comfteae srounins fo
eithem.ion was one of sttth atora
lzeso ltthe' Fs voteriothalando
votr.tt boema p asnllbendr.
Aenl intefedt gerttfoe .wethay
eetonfthhe forerbcau facthno the
comits f o the Democratic hord
ofr public ity oce tol be formal-o
the heldt tiext Tuay Supddevisreo
larghe fild t Mer f voer, bth ale Tandit
femIh, Mye reisere and a. 0.arge
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BASE BALL NEWS *
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Featured by a pair of two base hits
In the tenth inning, the .1udsonl Mills
team of Greenville defeated the Watts
Mills team by a score of 19 to 8 Satur
day afternoon in tle first game to be
played In this city this season.
In the first inning the Watts Mills
team sco'ed I 1 nills and could ont
score again until the seventh wheni
they brought In two more runs. The
Judson boys scored one run In the
2, 3 and 5 inning and 2 runs in the
sixth. They again scored in the ninth.
tying the score and making another
inning necessary. I'n the tenth inning
tile Judson boys secured three more
riis by hard hitting. This lead was
hard to overcome by the Watts nine
who scored two runs In the tenth, los
ing the game by one run. The Watts
Mills band fu rnished music (lurilng tle
11aIts ll Team
Frank Moore, base ball player and
ran, is interested in having Laurenns
placed in a prominent position on tle
base ball map and towards that enid
wants all who can play ball to see him.
Prank's sad claim is that several
;tars in the city have'been "signeld up''
to play for other teams and lie Is
Anxious to have a local teanX organized
before all players make other ir
At Mt. Pleasant School
The play "A Southern Cinderella",
will be given at Mt. Pleasant school
:louse on Friday night, April 7, begIn
ling at 8:30 o'clock. A small admis
ion fee will be charged for the bene
it of the school. The public Is cor
lially innvited to come.
Following is the cast of characters:
\ladaie Chari eris, an 11old aristocrat,
nid Bellamy, a Southern Cinderella,
Rosie Winterberry, a famous settle
meinit worker - - Jessie Saxon
loh1nile ibl I Randolph, a little co
illette - - L yda .\Thlherson
Catierine Hlawke, an I'nglish nurse,
arolilne Hawke, her siser, ain ad
ventur less - Florence .\Madden
Vlammy Jidy -Johnson. a black ile
grass widow - - Irene Wallace
110N. A. ,1. BE'ITl-:A 1lI-:1: '
IVormer iteniaint Goverinor nll a
Short V'isit to ills Sistor.
l'ormor I.ieu tenant Governor An
[1rew .1. Hetlea spent 11hie week-end in
the city with his sister, Mrs. P'. F.
Kilgo, and Rev. Kilgo.
MI. I leteali has recently aliol u nced
that lie would le in the race again this
year for Governor. [Reing here on a
purely personal call, lie made no pub
lie statemenlit while here Ibut found oc
Isioni to meet a. numlibler o~lis fr'iends
an(d Supporters of other campaigns.
,1 udge it. 4'. Watts hietter
Judi~ge R. C. Watts. associate JTustice
If the Su :reme Court, was welcomed
m the str'eets of the c'ity Monday by
bis many friends. Jud~ge Watts has
been~ conf1ined to his home1 severa1l
mointhis on account of Illness anad has
recuiper'atedl~i suftiintly to wnikl aboualt.
ATl tAY V(01'HT'l
Griay ('oiurt, April :I.---'hle G ray
?ouirt P1lly Sunttday C2lub, coimpiosedl of
members of the variouis denioinia
tions in the town, has been formed
wIth 20-0(dd memibei's. Ofleercis elctedC~
ar'e J. I'. .ohnson, president; W. C.
Hlabbi, secr'etary-trieasur ier.
Mee'tiings are to lie held t wice each
month, meeting alternately in the
H~aptist, MethodIist and' Presbyterian
churehes heie. The meeting next
Monday night Is scheduiled foi' the
$ SPECJIAL NOICES. S
Wanted--<By lady, two rooms and
kitchenette In quliet home. Need not
be close to squar'e. Address "Rooma"
car'e Advertiser.' . 38-it-pd
For Sale-I have a limited suipply of
Reefer's "Moi'o E~gg Tonic" foi' chick
ens. $1.00 size for 40c. Mrk. Carl D).
.Notice-I shave sever'ah bushels of
hiome-r'aised Spanish Peanuts for sale
at $1.50 pcer bushel. I can 'bring them
to Laurens. M. A. Sumerei, Laurens
h. F. D. No. 2. 38.-1t-pd
Notle -I find that I have a limIted
ramouint of Wannamaker Cotton Eeent,
pure, heft over at $1.00 per bushel, at
home. M. A. Sumerel, Laurens, -Routo
2. . 38-1t-pd
Lost-Friday night bet~ween court
house andI E. (HI. Wilkes'- residence,
gold watch bracolet. 'Finder please
return to E. H. Wilkes at Wilkes &
Company, and receIve rpward. 38-it-p
Liost,--On South ilarper str'eet, Frl
day, pali'rsmall boy's pants. $1.00're-t
ward for return to Star Pr'essing Club.
For Sale-4Dehlia 1ub,2i n
15c each. Colori prpayily,
Dink, ted, maroon.Aldobe Ms
I-I. Nihols. 3-4t-pd
For Sale-Bull calf from registered
Jersey bull and seven-eights Jersey
cow that gives 4 gallons of milk and
over 2 pounds of butter a day. Price
$5.00. J. M. Todd, Route 3 Gra y
Court. '.11S- It -.pt (
Wiaininaiker Cleveland Cof(on Seed
1920 crop. Porto Rico potiltoes, $1.00
per bushel and White Spanish Pea
nuts at $1.50, for sale by A. P. Fuller
Caivassers to handle a line of
Fibre Brooms. Good profits, write for
particulars. Bartlett 13rush Work
Hillsdale, .\ich. 38-2t-pd(
Egs-Thorougrbred Black Manor
ca, from pure strain, 15 eggs for
$1.30. A. L. Martin, 1117 South lHar
ier street, Laurens. 38 -2t-pd
Wailled-Man with ear to sell thc
BLST Ford Oil Gauge made. $100.0(
per week and extra commisslons. Ac
cessories Co., 4,000 Graham, Benton
Harbor, Milch. . 8-it- d
Select. Seed Irish Potatoes-Cob
blers, per ten peck bag, $5.00. Spauld
Ing Rose, per tea peck bag, $6.00,
lRheney Seed Store, Clinton, S. C.
For Sile-lMolborougli Seed Corn,
1.~. per bushel. Z. 11. 'Tinsley, Lau
rens, Route 5. .38- t-pd
Strayed or Stolen-One -English
leagle Bitch, long body, short legs,
white and black s-otted, brown head
mango. Ju-st <luit suckling ipuppies,
mn uge. Just quit sucking puppies.
About .1 years old. Any information
1. Ile is a red loOdled Soui
i-n and love for hi~s nati
2. Hec is no demagogue.
3. U~e is a farmer anid a b
4. Hie is unfettred b~y fat
-5. H~e stands for' tax reforn
6. He is a successful man
pe-rien'ee witli hanking
7. H~e believes in a squarc
8. lie is fitted b~y training
*when the state most nlt
9. "FHe stand(s four square t
- presenit day iss8ues uml
10. lie h .s first handl know~
shackled thle Southiernt
* 11. lie knows The problems
has a progressive progr
12. 'He will meet every issu
-13. H~e is absolutely indepe
by a worthy ambition t<
14. is election 'ill transfi
(is to her whereabouts will 'be appre
ciated and will pay for you trouble.
Jio. F. Stroud. Watts Mills. 38-1t-pd
For Sale--Pens-Irons, Brabhams
and Whips $2.2' per bushel. Mlixed
$2.15 per bushel, even weight sacks.
W. J. McCartha, Lexington, S. C.
Notiec(AIlulnter 'Brothers now have
the fertilizer agency of the Virginia
'Ca rolina Chemical Coinpany, succeed
ling the late Augustus Huff, and so
licits the continuance of the business
formerly carried by Mlr. uff. All
business given us will be appreciat
ed and given1 best attention. Hunter
Listen-If you have an automobile
high tension magneto yeu wish to dis
1 pose of, bring It to Iaurens M.3achile
'Shop, and let us see if 'we can agreej
Onl price. 37-tf
Eggs For- Sale-Pure Rhode Island
Red. 15 for $1.00. J. C. Shell, Lau
rens. 35-4t I
For Sale-My property oil Sullivan1
Street, consisting; of 9--room brick
house, large garden, orchard, garage,
etc.; several vacant lots and 6 cot
tages. Will sell at reasonable price,
part cash, balance with good security.
Mrs. J. J. Pluss, P. 0. Box 4185, Bra
dentown, Fla. 35-tf
Cikkens-lring your chickens to
Armtsrong's Market. 20c per tpound
for liens. 10c per pound for roosters.
Armstrong's Market. 35-5t-pd
For Quick Servie-Stop at the Ben
A M COI
4 POINTS WH
ould Be F
th Carolinian wit (eey vein and
off affair s-a farmer and thoroughl
and e'xper'ience to give the state a bun
the wvild on all questions aff'ecting
ledge of the workings of the 'finahei
fa'rmer, and definite ideas as to copi
confronting the people off the state,
im looking to vard an improvementi
a face to face in the fuiture as he has
nident, "'wearing no man's collar," t
be of servicee to his people.
1an nnw bloodl into h hLlo bod plitic
Gary Garage, next to Dow Drop Inn.
See our Catterpillar Retread-makes
old tires last as long as ndw. 36-4t-pd
Eggs For Iiateling-S. C. Ithode Is
land Reds, sired by Fitzmaiaurice cocks.
Saune strain as won grand prize at
last state' fair. Record hatches this
scason. $1.50 1per setting. 'Chance to
get high class eggs at reasonable
price. J. I". Blaekmon, Watts Mills.
For Sah-Big ,white Spanish peanut
seed. $2.00 per bushel. '. -1. Blake
ly, Iaurens Route 3. 36-5t-pd
Wanted-lPoflar, oak, -'h and wal
nut logs. Also interem I in hard
wood timber tracH. I. W. Walker
Lumber Co., Salisbury, N. ". 33-7t-c
Money to Lonn--0." Imll oved farI
and city piroperty for , ws d of years
at seven and one-half per ont Inter
est. Ilomnar, Osbor'.- *own, At
torneys, Spartanburl '. 1. 34-tf
Government Wng- v---' v Sale, or
offered in exchange i -- v4. ', oats, hay
or lumber. Wagone 11 --aod condl
tion. Dixio Ice ar:' Fu I Co., Clin
Side of ('or' IV( )d
I have for sale a' :i; near 'Mad
dlens, 94 cords of I( - 'wood and
a lot of lumber. Malk: m your high
F. 1>. McGOWAN,
Trustee J. 1). Culbertson 10state.
rtery pulisatig with initerest
y aIcqulainlted 1)y years of ex
siness~ admfinistra'ijon at ai time
the0 publie welfare, and meetsL
al octopus whiich hAs so long
ng with this evil.
partieular'ly the. farmers, and
always done iln the past.
ied to no0 faction, b)ut impelled
nndl 'rnVini~ +thc fas om