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TN) BINGi FlIll'.I
Plans of Detroit 31anufneturer IAp.
proed nith Exception of Steinl
Plant it torgut. Victiory in Part.
\Vshinto. . ine i.--IIenry Ford'.s
II-lissl -!) develop the gover inlent'.
r a( pwe:- pioIjects al .\ust-le Shoals,
Ala.. We cn dtiditional iapproval
h: 1ib -- - :aiinary coinlinitto' today
iii r ta i :t 11 tie hoise withii a ree
II: : ii kI I ti hat it lIa. ack.ce.pted in
the fioi! I a ndOtt to ill ( omilittee. Tll
alth ua A t l n by I vote of 12 to P
gti . 1-.\ ' ssioli atid was Inter
mnlll. n nilttec menl genecrally as
bin in. i ( l l but tie 'preliinitary
ri l.d it ' \ bat l 111 olike's to beO'll'e
a i.-- : y In t ied hale hetwel te
'hiopiine::-ul of t he (.l'ord ilanr in th'e
In a lii' A "i its In a! decision, iite
roin 1 !t- I dch-ilt'd to vliminate frot
lhe ol ri To : to rted in the l'ord of
f i h 1 i, 1 l ; a i l i'n: a I t t orgas, t.x,
'and a Ma It W1Iy o an J.( W.
AV W 1rt iihi. don. r p I ta ll i v ies ot- Ithe
t 1 oit i tiih fautll~lu'e' liontt1 new ltil
gula id l eling the iallilfac vt. of
[Iit tni r. t lit all other resIects, the
Ford oflter was5 fuilly approved.
.\r. Ma.\at Ichtred, When advised
of i'enn tt'te ei action, thgt despite
liininatio n of t thea G oasI lnthe re
gar11ded the re-sults announced as a de
cisive r-ctory for \Mr. F ord and ever.
before nwii would bLit tade to that a
mor dtlerni ined li ,I l rt thoan obta I tihel
riter trieli. To agr e upon every de
taii ills d in t oher goiations, ex
(etl on, . wais a1 distinct achi~evemlentI
, 1-I . .\ayo ad(ded, particullarly s inceI
thica i had been exteided ov
te1 .me' 'tlunt a period of 1 tid.
T ., o hikvelopi ents inll grs
aMi:.sel Shoals occurred
wh th onunitte was inl session.
Th blwoiu'lt inofut il is conf0tes oni
I!i! ri: i.i pi iatio n hill to report
back t t :'::: to d e:.l in the y reached
lxilh the i:.e o tihe aminimrent pro
viding .-~,avrag for 1ont alion ofs
workL on of: \\'ilon damil so that a
1Wpar~aie Vote ighIt he hall.
In thi agriculture co' lilt le'
)a ' a .t ler::l, i of' tlie feleral
lolwe r om):masSion, te : I o(Ie ti mt ohe
Alusclv h-oal s projirt shouhd bv coml
pleted and .:ut inl operation by private
entheprie . Iay the government decid
ed to op enlt the properties. .r. .ler
ri said li helieved thle bill by Hen
ator Norri!s of Nebraska, chairman of
The comliitdtee, probably offered the
bst method of dealing with ahe. pro
orThe lut.se committee also decided
to iect ag'ain Monday for the purpose
of preparing a report' reciting its opth
in of the Ford and other uproposals
which will be submitted to the house
memrerhip when the Ford offer is
presented, probably early next week.
*In all1 probability the committee will
write two reports, one by the majorito
m hrs and th other bv those who
dvomite I nharceeance of MrlIt-. Ford's
ten'der with the Gorga pni ainluded.
ARM!Y A PPi0PIRlA TION
aptrotiation of' teco00,tte atn
nulam prpiain bl a
passed tat thedisyussione willategin
fixt the eio of the sizorte ofx
yearmth averageofil e12,5l0 orst
dPassae of the amendmeit wsbmitth
iut of weord othe, fuslelowed-l
afer a toest vot, ywhich the senate
accpted wi9toutaitsecorditte' ate
aio piamnaryin tane house lagured
the sizofcte hamy frome1,00 t'o
1ueson0o enitdmhe goenetstength
'wit respelc-r tomepawrs prjt, 'b,0t
speedityte deasre thatng policy up
foreI tefrstmietda and po ae
withi saixiro a ho os. All 'otee
se ritearm werd e ae upowith
Party 'lnes were broken when th
test vote on thle armny -bill was taken
Nine Democrats voted with the .le
pu1blicani majority in liphiolding th<
selate committee, while six Ilepubli.
ctis werle couinted in the negative.
Den'ocrats voting for the 1::,000
army ineinded: Ashuist. Gerry, Ilef
linl, Keildrick, .lyers. Sheppard, Smilitl
ilnder-wood and Williams. Itepbl)l'eam,
who voted againist th le prolpositiol
vwerv: lloraih, Capper, ladd, Ian 1001
;h-ite, Norris and Willis.
.1IT.IA. .1,LAii :At NI';WS
\ 1a liher. June G.-\We have
had4 a iice rain ald gardens and crops
art looking line.
We ar gIad to report Mr. Murphy
Kiliells. %who has been real sick, as
Mr11'. Johin .\edlook visited his dauigh
ter. Mis. Sanders, at Ware Shoals
Mr. . and Mrs. V. Ii. Daven port and
J. It. Irown and little Margaret Brown
visited their incle, 'Mr. S. 1. Norrell,
40 inches wide fancy
mertime Dresses in
ral designs apd chec
One of the most poi
clothes and trimminj
ed patterns and coloi
72 in'ehes wide, $1.50 1
72 inchies wide, 75c v
S E A?\IL J')SS' SHI 1' TS-,S
A'tarch, sp ca . ... ..
spoeial .... .........
starchel, 81. inehes(' wide,
Ti1 'RKISH TO p(W I'D8---La
Ci Ul T'A IN 801I01L1--1 I ya
TJAI4S)' iSHI 'TW1AISTp
N\A liNSOOK GfOWNS-41
J I FFON M11i0NS-Were(
BJUNGA LO AINIRONS-$1.
~Miss' JA CK 'PAR D)ThDM
OiIIjDRI'N 'S JWOiK TAW
*BOYlS' JfACK TPAR SUITS
BOYS' OOTTPON PONGE
Come in and
] Compare 'Oui
3ear Hodges, Sunday
A ir. Bob Scott and wife, of Prince
- ton, visited her parents last week-end.
Mr. N. C. Satterfilid has .the fiunst
-Corn crop we have seel.
A large ermd attended the unveil
ing of (lie monument to '.r. John
Sprott yesterday, at Ware Shoals.
We are glad to report Mrs. 31artha
Huzha rdt, of 'Brewerton, as in good
Mr. and AMrs. Pasmore, of W'are
Sl(als, visited .\r. Tom Duckworth
and family Saturday night and Sunday.
I'Ittle .lohnnie Norrell, of Ware
Shoals, is visiting his cousin, Dick
Davenport, this Week.
Insects as Human Food.
Several klUinis of insects were eaten
by the ancient IIelrews, Greeks .and
Romans. Fabre, the French entomol
ogist. once tried a dish of' cooked
calas, but found them unpalatable.
NOTICE' TO CONTIRACTORS
(1t1 of Liaurens
Church Street improvement
Sealed hids for the construction of
approximately .36 miles of city epave
ment on Church street, lAturens. 6. C.,
will be received by the City Council
at the Mayor's olice until 8:30 P. M.,
lerchandise at S
,d today--the pri
you cant afforc
cotton Voiles for sum
a variety of shades, flo
pular' fabries for sport
gs, in a variety of check
rs. 75c value
1.6, 18, 36
ale..... ....... . .99
lue .... .......... ......49c
...... .... .... .... ..$1.39
rdI iua lity freue froml starPch,
........ .... .... .... ....35c
'-lest qua~ ly free fr'om
......... .... .........49c
rge size, 5 for .... .... ..99
uality, 12 for .... .... ....99c
%42.00 value .. . .....$1.69
41.00 value . .. .........89c -
.25 value, Npecial .. .. ... 79c
$1.50, special. .. .. .. . ..79o
00 value.--..-.. -.. .. . ...79o
iSF)S,3.50 value. .. . ..$2.79
EI D)RESSES-43.00 value, $2.49
-43.00 value. .. .. .. ..$2.49
Wednesday, June 14th, twhen they will
,be publicly opened and read,
No bids will be received after the
The work .will consist al)proxinate
.ly as follows:
1,500 cu. yds. earth excavation.
.1 manhole covers to 'be reset to new
4,36;2 sq. yds. 7" plain or reinforced
-1,362 sq. yds. combfilation header,
curb alnd 7" base cotiiriO
-1,037 s(i. yds. sheet or natural rock
asphmal( or coarse or line aggregate
asphaltic concrete surf.
No bids will be considered unless ac
coIi)anied thy a Corporate Bidders'
bond or by a certiled check to the
afmout of $500.00 made payable to W.
11. Dial, 'Mayor.
A Condorate Surety Iond or other
sat isfactory security will be required
of the successful bidder for the com
plete fuIlillInent of the contract.
Mlans, specillcalluns, form of con
tract, prosals .blanks, etc., mipy 'be
seen at the office of N. C. Hughes, Jr.,
IEngineer, Laurens, S. C.
Snthe right is reserved to reject any
[r all bids or to accept any 'bid deeni
d best for the city.
Ily order of the City 'CouncIl, Lau
rens, S. C.
W. q-. DIAL, Mayor.
'TANIMTV W. (tNDWS, Clerk. 47-It
pecial Sale Pric
ces make purch
I to lose. JUNI
One of the most popular
fashions. All new
Every daughter of Eve kniows
this lovely fabric.
One of the most delighitful fab
rics for summer wear.
LAURENS. S. C
This is to/certify thai
cows at the Hill Cres
1922), Mrs. H. C. Fie
found same to be fre
sis. . There was not
June 5, 1922.
Laurens, S. C.
es. It's a sale ol
7th to 17th.
The very desirable mate
Irish or dainty Val Laces
gandy Collar and Cuffs r
dress for summer functiol
It will not fade, Can be
in any way you please. I
to soap, boiling, sun,. anc
Blouse, or Suit Fabric. 5
MEiN'S SI1,K STRiIPEID 'SII'RT1
MEN '.S PEROA'IE SHT:HVRDS .. .
~MEJN ~S fBLUJM WOR~K 8HTtS
MWEN 'S EXTRA LE'AVY WO]
izie, two pIo(kets ........
eMen 's STRIAW IIATS--$~3.00 val1
ME~N'S JIP BiNiJOK -0X-12 I
ME2N 'S 'I'WNCY SIUK SOX-So
~MEJN'S 'ATPIITIC UJNION SUJ
UkD'IFJIS' $1.50 TAN OXFOR4DE
DJA~iYIS $7.50 T1AN 1&S(CIA'P P
LADI@~S' $4.00 TPAN 1-STRA~P J
'LADIES' $44.00 -lATr. 1-.STERAP
'MJBSES' $3.60 P~AT. 1-STRIAP
ISSEFS' $3.60 flUAOK KID 1.2
1 UOT IJADIES' .SLIPPHRS--1
to $7.50. .. . ... .. .. .. .. .
t I have tested the
t Dairy, (April 20,
Iming, owner, and
e from tuberculo
a re-actor in the
F the goods
rial trimmed with
with Tucked Or
nakes a charming
[S. 59c values
washed and worn
t is absolutely fast
I weather. Dress,
S-,2.50 values . . $1.99
. .... .... .... ..89co
.... .... .... ....69c
... .... .... .....89c
u..... .... .....$2.49,
for $1.00, 2 for .... 99c
airs for .... .... ..99o
Id for $1.25, 2 -pairs 99o
ITS .... .... .....69o
.... s.... .... ..$5.99
UMIPS-low heel.. .$2.99
PUMlPS-low heel $2-.9
PUNlPS;-low heel $2.49
[A~P PUMPB /'. . .$2.490
igt heels, values up
.... .... ..... ...$1.98
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