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how a NoteIV et. Ucts Rid of nats
Dr. -1. 1-. -Butler says, "I use RAT
SNAiP around my hospitals every thre,
months, whethcr 'I see rats or no
it does the work-4RAT &NAP get
them every time. I recommend it ti
everybody having rats." Don't wai
until there is a brood of rats, act nim
mediately y.611 'ee the first one. Thre<
Sizes, 35c, 65, A-.26. Sold and guar
anteed'.oy C. E. Knnedy & Son, 'Lau
(Vrens Ilard-waro Co., Putnam's Dril
.N0TICE OF ELECTION
Stato of South Carolinu,
Notice of special election on th,
q'uestion of 'issiing coupon bonds to
the city of Laurens in the sum o
$40,000 for Street Improvement of thi
City of Laurens.
9 CWhereas, a written 'petition of a ma
jority o' the freeholders of -tile Cit,
of Liaurens as al)pears from tho (.a
books of said 'City has been iled witl
the City CoCml of the City of Lau
reis as1king that an election 'be heb
In said C!ty of Lattrens at which shal
be submitted to the (lua'lifled elector
o said City tie itetion of issuins
coupon bondi of the City of Laurei
in the sum of $-10,000. Payable withii
forty years l'rom the (late of issie an
to hear a rate of interest not exceed
ing 6 oer cent per annum for the pur
pose of Street Improvement (if th<
City of La'urels: and
'Wherms, the City Ccuei:1 of ilh
City or 'i utrons Ia; (htl.y cuonide;e
.said petitio:n and eanas:wd the xam<
and found it. to be in prope'r form an
signed -y tihe requireI :l n'mbrb oU
freclholder'' '!- ...r. ly h Ie Con.
tution and statute laws of the Stat<
2AA5 l . . ,,- . 1,4'e &.:0t -11ov-ine
-in such cases, and 1n1)011 constiliratim!
thereof, has adopted an Ordinance azm
Resolution dated 26th of June, 1922
that the 'prayer of the petition b(
granted aid that the question of issi.
ing said bonds be stubmitted to th<
qualflied registered electors of sai(
City of -La-urins at a special electiot
to be held in and for the said City ol
Laurens on the 25th of July, 1922.
- Now, therefore, notice I- hereby giv
en that a specia'l election will be hek
in the City o' Laurens on Tuesday. the
25th day of July, '1022, uL'on :;'e ucs
tion of issuing coupon .bon(a of the
City of ialurels in tile sum of $40,000
to be payable -within forty years fi om
date of isse and to ibear interest at
not exceeding 6 per cent per annum
ofor the ipurimose of Strect Improvemeui'
of -the City of -Laurens. At said elec.
'tion the polls will be opened at. S
o'clock In the forenoon and !will be
closed at 4 o'clock in tile afternoon
,and only qualified registered electors9
of the City of Laurens shall lie enti
tied to vote -at said election. The bal
lots shall have printed upon theim the
question to be submitted and the
words "yes" and "no" and the eleetor
favoring the issue of sild boal-i shall
vote the ballot containing tie word
"yes'' and the clector oli9o,:ed to the
issue of said bonds shall vote the bal
lot containing the word "no". The
said election shall be held at the plac
es land by the persons who have been
.,jppginted managers to conduct the
Om 'at each precinct, as follows, to
For 'Ward One-Voting place at City
Clerk's office. .ITlanagers: J. F1. Bolt,
J. E. Tollison and J. D. Watts.
For .Ward Two-Voting place at
Switzer's store. Managers: J. D.
0exton, J. UH. Cunningham and .Carl
For Ward Three-Voting place at
tho 'Laureus 'Cotton Mill storo., Man
agers: Jim Lewis, Walter Hellams and
For '. , . our-Voting place at
Davis-Roper Conpany's store. Man
ogers: -J..C. Wasson, Jni. W. Fowler
and. John Switzer.
F* Werdl Ftive-Voting r::la cc at
Jalmes ' iuhlikln's residlence. Man
agers: 10. W. elachen, Jamos Clardy
and~ T. Mae R1Oper.
At the cdas of the election the man
agers will asncertain the result and ri
t'urn the' same to the said City Council
of the City of TLaur'ens asq required by
:By order of tile City Council of the
City of Laurens this the 26th day of
* . . W. Hi. DIAL,
4ttest: . Mayor.
STANIY W. CRlJWB;
City Clerk and Trreas. 50--it
this needless waste
Avoid frequent carbon
rimoval, valve grinding,
-W~lydistilled motor oil.
Yo'lbe astonished at
itu feedom from en
tronb1g wind expense..
""W fl 1 you whice
;<tpeo $fUNdCO fits
a g ~~ ic Co
- CONVEDERATE VETERANS'
IREUNION CONCLUDES IN
A BLAZE OF 0101t
1 Laying Cornerstoie of tatry Mon11
nent, Parade and Grand Ball Fei
tire Closing Hours.
'Richmond, Va., June 22.-JWith
spectacular and colorful street para(
this morning, -the laying of the cornei
tone of the Matthew Fontaine Maur
- monument this -afternoon and a grati
ball tonight as a fitting climax, tli
thirty-second annual reunion of til
United Confederate veterans WV
r brought to a successful conclusion I
a blaze of glory.
Their annual gathering over, tl
United Confederate veterans tonigi
rellunctantly turniNg their backs on ill
capital of the Southern Confederac;
bogan leaving for their homes aft<
having had the frcedomi of Virinia
metro:olis fori three days. Many i
the gray coated warriors. who h-%
been the city's filests lis week, Wi
never retti to the city for. viit.
I th~ey fourht in thI(strule of 1861-U
ai1 !Ie rnk: rapidly ar, thhlmiIg.
Pretty pn;r m chape--71C
mil'ied I'l hotel ic'hies i I:h
boys in :"ray" ftor I l .t folid fa
wc.A. A liot of co!;-..g e
in t he hotels. where ther se fare we
at hering:; were beld. Ieacath t
bli'ood-red field lff:by a blun ero:
:and wiNo star~:-. im t :OF' Dixlie, t-!
11,! Cmbrae ae given.
I'lir onut:olu ing of vetnrans an
visitors .hegan early th is afterniooi
many sCeciail trazins for the sout le1N
ing oarly. Several oft IIt t ra in I dl oil
!cave unti 1 orit y I:efore mid nilgh
however, aud the visitors and veteranl
remained tili the last minute.
Attendanice iigiures, according t
those Jin charge of registration heat
quarters, exceeded alf ex-:)etatloa
Credentials beiig issued .to more Iha
6,000 veterans. This number of vetet
ans was aulguge(ed by upwards of 25
000 Sons of Confederate Veteran:
members of the several -Confederat
memorial associations, the Unite
'Daughters of the Confederacy and ot0
The reunion, the old veterans Ithen
selves declare-those who h'ave attend
ed every one of the -thirty-two annuz
gatherings-was the most successfu
and considering the thinning of th
Igrity-coamted ranks, the most numbe:
Several hundred of the veterans all
other reuinon vIsitors dei)ar'ted froi
Richmond tonight at 10 o'ilock fo
'Now Orleans, Shreveport and wa
points, .but the bulk of the butgoing I
expected to 'begin at 8:30 toiorroi
morning when a special tralil wil
leive, carrying slecters to ChattI
nooga, Jlomninghaml and Fort Wortl
Texas. This special and others to fo'
low are expecte Ito carry a large .pci
centage of tile visitor, ti) their home
iln the furtherimiost stretches in Dxi'<
1Runi3on visitors aire nryivileged I
return on anly rIegula r train ultil
July 9, andI for this reason maniy ar
exipelct d to remiain h ere u11til tla
capittil, the (Crater at Petersu'nrg an
to the severl bal)ttle~'dld anid othei
huistorIc liaces aroundi~ Rt~chmond.
'Souil-stirring at'd hi artpal pit at
I ng scenes were' eia c ed in the lo
hies of the hmotels; Iaigi'. u b::h, wit
tihe Confederate hal Iiit t h colisen n
closed tile festivities inc ident. to re
'union 'weck. TIhe Oklahomia mtilitar:
'bond gave the clast of the band con
certs On tile mezz'/aineu~ of one of thb
leading hotels tonight wvhile severa
thousands wvho Packed every nook ani
cranny of tihe hostelry "swunig tihei
p)artners" andI did- thle Virginia reel
tihm ninuet and othier typical Southmeri
Simiilr scCee and musical feature;
were enjoyed at the other hotels and
general mlardi gr'as soirit wvas in thl
air. Everybody was in general gooi
humor, although nmany of ethe age-ben
defenders of Dixie wvere making thel
'last -adieus to Richmond and other re
One of the last official acts of th<
Sons of Confederate Veter'ans betel'
the sons, as an or'ganization, begat
taking leave of the convention cit:
was to r'e-elect Carl Hlin ton, of Denver
Colo., as adjutant chief of tehe son1
by the executive council of that body
composed of WV. 'Md4Donald Lee, o
|Richmond, and 'Irvington, the nowy
commander in chief, -the three depart
ment commanders and three member
I,3ose Lea Ledgers, Etc.
Advertiser Printing Co.
Take notice that on .the 24st day o
July, 1922, I will render a final ac
count of rmy acts and doings an Ad
mintistratrix of tile estate of 'N. . I
Nabors deceased, in the office ol'th
Judge, of lProbate of Laurens coubit;
at. i'1 o'clock, a. mn. and on the. sam
'day. will apply for a dinal discharg
fropi ny trt as Administratrix.
Any penB indebted tb said estat
ipio'ttfld adiequired. to make- gxy
mont 'on thet date; and all person~
having 'olaimis ~gainst said estate wil
preliitthom or before said d~tc
duly 'proveil or .beorever barred.
LM49S MATNIE E. NABIORS,
Scholarship Exi nsiiiations for Laurons
Exa1lin1tioP:3 to fill two vacant.
- four-year scholarships and one vacant
t. one-year scholarship will be held at
the county seat oil Friday, July 1ith
beginning ,It 9 A. M. under the super
a vision of the county Superintendent of
1. Four-Year Scholarship. Open
Ito students desiring to pursue agricul
ture or textile engineering. Subjects.
d for examination: English, including
e grammar, literature, coml)osition and
O rhetoric; Algebra, including quadratic,
equations; American1 and European'
History; and Practical agriculture.
n Age requirement--16 years or over
at the time of entrance.
:Winners of scholarships must he
"prepared to meet also the require
it ments for admission of the Association
c of Colleges of Eouth Carolhia.
The examinations may be taken for
entrance credits by those not applying
for a 'cholarrihp.
ihe;e value of each selholarship.is $100
perl1 session ( and free tuition of $40.
e Membe01hi1-. in the llewviye OIers'
Trainitg Corw;-IR. 0. '1'. C.--isao
eIlie lvalent. inl iniey to a sco(lar;il
(uring tihle last twvo years In colloge.
2. Onr-Ye:ir Short Course Scholar
h1! 1). C.len t- students I8 years of
i O o over eW irin.g to pur,1ii..- I lh 1
One-'YcarI Coirse in A: Wiclture. m-0.
men scehool ,(u:tti( n nilloient.
3. No p'reviours a.:,i(.atio11 to 11he,
calleM . neo-.tary ioui sla
Por ecaowe application an,
niother informat~on write t
Clemson College, S. U.
Coldi Cause Giip aind Infinenza
1AXATIVE DROMO QUININE Tablets remove to
,ause. There is only one "Drono Quini:.
,. W. GROVE'S ogoature on box. Mc.
Stae of South (Caroliua,
Notice is here-by given that books of
I leg;strat!o,1 for the registration of
electors for the special bond clections
to be held on Tuesday, July 25th, 1922,
on the questions of issuing $65,000 of
I coupon bonds of the City of 1Lurens
e for w-ater works improvement and ex
11 tension, and- $65,000 of tbonds of the
. City of Laurens for the purpose of
funding or extending time of payment
of outstanding indebtedness, and $10,
- 000 of 'bonds of the City of Laurens for
street improvement in the City of La
j rens 'will be closed at 12 o'clock noon
on Friday the 14th day of July, 1922.
The said books :are open at the of
flee of the undersigned, at Luriens, S
C. The production of a certificate of
registration from the board of regis
tration of the County entitling the ip
.plicant to vote in a polling alrecinct
within the corporate limits of the City
rI of Laurens is a condition prerequisite
yto obtaining a certificate of registra
tion for the said special bond elections
and the applicant must be a citizen of
W, e have
i hi t<
t11r\. S- CR . JUIN 28. 1922.
h' 'State and f the United States, ip
.Wenty-one years of age, or more, a im
resident of the State two year:; or pV
nore, :a residelit of the County for one
year and a resident of the City for foul Cl
months or more, and1111 must )ave paild .
till taxes assessed agaiinst hi111m due and
eelleeth e for the fise al year 1921.
Ri. E. -BAl3H.
Sie rviSor of 'Registratici. 1W
Jme 23(h, 1922. f.
NOTICE OF ELETIO
Stil. of South Carolina.
Notice of Special El ect ion cn tiheV
(Ilestion of ilsuing cull Poni bonls; of
le City of Laulrens inl the !1u:i of'!
,65,000 for Findling or (:xtend.ing:, th
ime of naymient of out taliding iud' t -
Wherean ai written petition of a m
Joit y of tlie frecholders o1 the Cit' I
of Laur3ens) as i.:-pears frol t1he tax
boolo; of rid CIt y ), h.s be-n filed t
the adfl Counil of the said Cit -
laurens aisking that nnll elecMtlf he
held in said City of Lani'l'is .t which
.hall be submitted to tio qualhie:1t
'icefto, of said City tle question of
Isuhiiig o no('011U0 .bonds of ih Clit ( )I
"itr.nS in t in of, $G5,000 pa:Ji' 1:;
vitihin forty yea'rs froiml date of kin y
bearing inter(lest at it iat.e not exCe(I( 1- V)
hig (G per Cenit per niluim for tile 0
po'ne ofr funding of- extending the tI
of, piymnt. ofr oitsiaiding idebtel
t.r I of sid City of Laurewm: 'Ind
Wthe"i!s th sa id Connil l or I
C 0t I - a; has!. d ly e: id
V:d petitionl .1nd caval.s!sed11: sme
ndlt founid it to b), in pro r -m v"
! d by4ci the elued nuther
frecholdcls a: pri-escribe:! by 01m ( u
tituin ind Fatuto laws of t'e S
(if Soum'th C'arolina. mI adiul an11 d pro-;,i.! 4i
ni such0 caseso, an1d u1pon conllierati.
thereof, hiis aekr'ted an Ord in ane,! !1
Pesol ution dated 2Nth of' .hiiu'. 1:I"
that the prayer. of tle 1wtiti': lI
rnlted and that, the (tle:;ti1on of su
mg. 1( said lo,id be subi ittigd to t h
)i iia litied el ectors of said City of La
renns .1t a :-:peelal election to be he d.(
Il and for the said '4!ty of Lar'ens (n
the 2r-th day of July. 1922.
Now, therefore, notice is herc-by giv
en that . special elcction will be held
In the City of Laurens onl the 25th lay
of July, 1922, upon the question of i
suing bonds of the City of Laurens in
tho sum of $65,000 to he payable wiltl
In forty years from date of issue and
beat'ing interest at not exceeding ' 4
per cent per anum for the purpose of;
funding or extending time of payient
of outstanding indebtedness of the
City of Laurens.
At said election the polls will h:e~
opened at 8 -o'clock in the torenoon I
nd closed at 41 o'clock in the after--|
loon. Only qualified registered clec
tors of the City of Laurens shall be
nuttitled to vote at the saild election.
rhe ballots ehail have :r:n i ii pn
then the q(ueiio11n to he subm11itted
[ndl the words "'yes" aIld "Ito" and thi(
flector favoring the Issue of said
Ionds shall vote a ballot containing
Ihe word "yes" and the clecte. op
posed to the Issue of said bonds hall
voto ballot containing the word "no"
ho said election shall the held at the
rollowing places and by the following a
eILng the opening of
tate that we will ca
apie and fancy groce
It is our intention
Ld never buy anythii
~rdize the above desi
:o prevent overstocki
a nice clean store ai
nditionx. The publi.
ften as they may cl
Strial order, as we e:
mur tade by keeping
DI.nes-'flaylor liIardware ,oc'i'r
store. Managers: 'I'. 11. iendrielt, 1. F.
Jones and Roy 1. Owings.
For -Ward Six---Voting Pho-e. at
Jaie I\V. I)nnkIlin's residh-1e. Man
agers: 1 . laclien, Jaies Clardy
and T. .\ac loper.
At the close of thie ilet'*;n tih - man
ae-rs will asce( inin cl e t h.e and re
turn the same to the said inucil of
the City of iamureus as 'urml by
113' order of the City Cwm.ii of the
City of Laurens this the dth tly of
V. 1.1 MAI,
8TANL1-IA-Y W. Cl11-'\yis,1
City Clerk and TrIeas. 7.
Ihe vr1 c d r v !I
She 'vorld in ifs plat:e.
is and he is (in1-g 1 egs,
t in t E. in yulbh [i
end upon Youth, more
with us, for with young
tion to furnish activity,
iish and balance, Youth's
EO. H. BLAKELY, Cash er
t a por
ron who have bce II appointed
anageW's to con(ItIC the same ,t each
eVinch, t() .wit:
For, Ward One-Voting place at City
Cr's Oice. oManagers: J. Fiv. Bolt,
't'. oison and J. 1). 'vatts.
For Vard Two--Vot-ing plae at
ri t.ore. A\ll gers: .1. 1).
x*en, J. 11. Cunniling ha m and Caml
WVard Three-Vothig place ati
1u1renls Catton Mills Store. .\ lanag rs'
mu I .Qwi-, Waltee 110ellams, and fllr
PI V.' ard Four- Voting place (t
m vs-PoiprCo pnys.eoe. M n
-..: V W sson , 1J1o. W. Fowler
-1J .im Switzer.
For \ Fi1ve --Voting I at
O' cus t rs C w0 2
Teses. eh e
Buwt YUH is wit
oo. e is the mal
We want his account
men in our organiz:
and elder men to fun
money here has a gre
and enjoy a
J. J. ADAMS, Pres. G
The Sanitary Gro
.rry a cornplete ar
ries, in standard .g
to keep our stock
g in such quantit
re. Every precaul
ng on any one thin1
rid it will always b
.is invited to insj
Kpect to win at leas