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Laurens. 8. C.
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W. C.. a.s second cias mail matter.
Vol. 3S, No. 5 N Paws
L1l'RWNS, 1%. 4%., AW'G. W. 1922
'TAN Es .\N ) 'O.LiT ICS
J4ke the ;ood narson who had ne
glectud to g.t u;) hs Sunday imornins
sermon:i : ::..:-ed a v~>it ing ,ro)thrr
*o oce.( .: -.,:: fo h a . w
'-rive way!,. -- !y j tv a( I at le dsc s
!ion . :hm ' y a North
Carolina . a - (r.
ihat. - N
a pronl e'nt ari n : oal ;(Iiolities in
.orto a. u down~ In
Scouth (Ia.;' aren-ly thle
paramount. . I our sise state
-the situat0io: ia' 0', hi as badly con
-Tused a. it -.%-: in North Carolina a
-1w r 1 " re some real work
was drn In r -vanijng our system
-or taxation. A State Tax Commissioni
,ws establishcd in South Caroling sev
*ral years ago and has evidently c
-consplished some good, but there is
tIll much dissatisfaction with its rwork
.and Its policies in many sections of the
"Apparently the greatest complaint
,n the q'testion of taxation in South
Carolina is from land owners in the
.rulral counties, and there is an evident
-dispostion upon the part of many po
MItcal leaders to shift the greater por
Ven of the burden of taxation upon the
.&houlders of industry and commerce.
The development of industry and
v.ommcrce in South Carolina is really
just begininrag. Their (xpanion dur
ing the next decade should represent
-anl aggrega"te investmenit which w I
not he fiIgurs d in iiiiions, bits in tens
of millions of iollar'-. Developed to
the extent ' th, :: h:r.e be n d,:-.f1
oped inl North Carol na1 , indlusty and
comimerce in South Carolina would be
able to (arry the (n1tile Iuriden of the
State go, : ' nt, a .. I I North
-Varlin"la. -: n : : B-" :h u d 9 .
their fairpoor.no th" taxe(s re
ftuired -m ,
CaoiI: n te pow t ofP
corotin nti :0arnor
m'aroked advata ove our sistr stat
tnaattiraIc tn ew I Snterpr) iisesi . I'- his
,ituat'ion is further accentuated, the
advantage of location in this state
vroid be further accentuated.
"North Carolina, however, does not
-want any artifleial adlvantage over
?duth Carolina. The interests of the
'ro states, in almost every respect,
are mutual, and it Is to the advantage
of both states that they should gronw
and prosper together. It is to be hoped
that statesmanship and not politics
wil1 finally prevail in the working out
af the tax rorblems of our sister state.
(Continued from Page One)
qle and is able to appreciate their
needs. ~He favors the tax on hydro
electric power, saying that the good
roads of North Carolina were built by
taxes on electric power .gener'ated in
South Carolina. lHe favors an occupa
lional tax aund stricter labor laws to
-'protect tile farmer.
J1. C. 3'1)aniel said that when Ihe
repqresented the counft' -lbefore he voted
anld workedl toP th ' I of his ability
-tw'o issues are (Gration alnd taxes.
Blleves in sta te :nst aining publlic
ad~hooIs gud~ ini ur:'' rsal hooks for
scJiooIt. .DFavors The county h'aving
supterv i~on, of lie'aa money from auu
tomrybl - fni inster i (If state highway
.dp. t andl woulid have some of
ondl~b y szent on other roads than
'op-diled roads. Taxes ought to be
jeduced by economy and doing away
wihusenlesns ofies. li. -Mcnanie1
came out against the ruml police sys
tem and the game warden.
Carroll D. Nance said he made but
one promise when running before and
that was to do his duty and that his
record was an open book. He voted
for every bill in the interest of the
public schools, including the appro
priation for the equalizing law which
Wds reduced in the senate. lie would
not cripl)le the charitable or p(nal in
.*titutions nor vote against any apijro
: iations for the old soldiers. Voted
for 'the various bills in the last session
intended to lift the burden of taxes
irom the farmer. lie tried to the bcst
of his ability to represent the county
as an honest man and woul'd continue
to do so if' re-elected.
W. D. Owens said that he was a red.
l.'..ded man from LaurenCc unty whc
ad ,pIent munch time Yn tu n t
pr1.obi-msof the day and if : - w wil
en lavo:- to beC c.f service t i po
A - t
J. C. D0 iq
aci "I~ IT
c.sid that he felt thitt hi!s co
andl bu.sinross train ing am ly fitted1
P o o.Ic h.lle -iFp:r:A
de , d a f4a;thful p -fc..:ianc:
S dli(s if elected. lie w'. given
an attent i hI:'rir. , and ;:en . S a -.
plause at thc conclunion of :.s cd
Candidates to Address Voters lu the
Court House Beginning at IQ
Candidates for state officers will ad
dress . Laurens voters in the county
court house todny beginning promptly
at 10 o'clock. -The campaign party
came here last night from Greenwo.>
a here they spIokQ yesterday.
The meeting will probably last about
live hours, no recess 'being taken f6i
dinner. Candidates for governor wil;
be allowed 20 minutes while other can
didates will be allowed 10 mintem
C> n'lidates for Secrctar*y of State will
ic : iak first.
The following is the order in whcl:
u e andid'at(!s % ill eak:
Adjutant 0Cnerial: . ::. Craig. D.i..
lingt n; Thoias H. lar:;:al, R:cl.
Governor: G(.eorge K. Laeny, (herz
t(ra id; TPhomas G. Mlei"'od. i.e: Coh
'4.Hr r 4... and .. ..
Jo oc T. W~na. H in:hIland.
I . 31 Winte(-rs, liiebliandl.
ComptIrolleor General: Walter 1E
D~unean, A :kn; TI. Ilag')od G'ood.i ng
Coinm miionr of A\gricutur i e: Go
WV. Wightminani, Saludca; : 1. ii arri s, An
l-avor's Rtural Poli(ee
.ditor The Advertiser:
The campaign meeting at Cross -il
today was largely attendle1. in fact
I think the largest crowd I have eve:
seen at a similar gathering. Every
body wvas in a good humor', and ev
erythiing passed off pleasant. WVe es
.pecially enjoyed the talks of our lad:
Mr. -W. (L Gray and others touche<
a resl)Onsive eciord when they roferre<
to vote to be east for the retention
or not of the rural police.
I believe that all law'.sbiding citi
zens wvill be in favor' of this polic
protection for the rural districts whet
tVhcy know that, ns Mr. Gray stated
the fines coming to the county as a re
suit of their efforts more than pay the
salary of these officers. The town.
can, in a measure, take care of themi
selves, butt the country does need this
-protection and I trtust that on eleetiom
day they will be retained by a largi
(Cios. 1l1ll, S. 2.. II. A. AIUSTIN.
Auginst 14, 1922.*
A rmstrong leutnonm
Thel Armstrong reunion wvill be helt
on September lst 'at the ,home of D). I
Armstrong. All the kindred an<
friends are invited to come and enjo:
the day together.
W. L. Affmd8TRONG.
Engraved Invitations qnd Cards.
Advertiser Printing Company
Old Soldiers Reunion
On Saturday. August 19th the pub
lie Is cordially invited to attend the
annual reunion of Co. F. 14th regiment
1S. C. V.. at Langston church. Barbe-1
cue hash can be had on the grtunds at!4
,the noon hour. Everyone come and,
have a good timc.
Notice of tpplication for Charter
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned intend to file with the Sec
retary ot State of South Carolina on
August 24th, 1922, a declaration for a
charter for The Un!ted Agency, a pro
:-'osed corporation, to have its prin
cipal place of business at Laurens.
South Carolina. and the ginera! na
ture of the business which t : roposcs
to do is that of an agent for insurance
companies in soliciting and rceeivin
applications for all kinds and clar ;.
of insurance and the collecting of ;re
miums the--refor and of condu.in: a
general insurance agency and u
ance brokerage business. andI -
qwire. own, sell and othe:-wise d w
of. and deal in, stoks. bond5.
'3. e a. co'me rcial p
S: ". r c. deal in anym :
-dl, waror merc(hand:' n i i,
Ca-ry on . ' l':t o a 3
Thc capuJ stock is to be I
Thouan ..).O.l01 Dollar,
i into Fift--n lundred 1.
of the par vame of Ten 4510.
l... 'I, C IO . .. on I.
'1. A.' '. 1-~ .
lt u. sc: -US.
W. G. LANCASTER
L,. G. HAMLLE.
J1. J. ADAYS,
.1. W. 11ol)D". Jr.
W. I. DTA L.
L,. C. DA"KlWDAL.E.
1 * S S * ' * b * S * S * 1
I; .'EC1. '11I E
S * S * S * 8 - S S
For Sale-Pine, o. k an ' ilar lum
ber. S'aw(d to fit a'. )li. 'U. Y. Hei
lams, Bar'ksdale, S. C. 4-2t-pg
For Sale--Onc Her. -ole bull 2 yta.
old, or will trade fu: ot'ier staek. \.
.A. Cop(.and, Laurrm.i Rt. 3. 5-lt-pe
.Woane" to Loian-,)a:i.-; en farins ane.
Icity property negotiated. Aplication,
h-andled with the Pirs Carolina:
Joint Stock land Bank, tho Federal
land Bank, insura fXc :npanies ani
other sources. Apply'. Dl & Tadd,
,Attorneys, Laurens. - 5-13
Money to Loan-Thol la ers N. F.
L. A. is now- receiving a- cations for
loans on farm lands. Aply to A. C.
Todd. Secy-Treas. -5-13t
For Sali-Latest model Singer sivv
ing machinc, $25.00. As good as new.
Address P. 0. Box 145, 1 urens.
Flarheneo Jinsuh--l- rI dnner Frid.Jv
Send your pail o ' : tie 300. E. It.
Barbecue and Speakiir-At'.\lount
ville. Congressman J. .1. .\ieS -in Col;
ing Saturday, August 1l. Ail cou:ty
pantfildate.':, inlvite~d. W alter1 P. [...ynt .1
GoodT:eMle: a :u':n
offered in excha~I n:: o o n ::.I
ot r uinib r \IOo'',':-ot in lI I e( o i:'
I n'.i (liie let an i -ue.l . , C
ti t I i ito C' :a 1 Ft1or l '.II m- i
'.o !' . .\'n' e y: . , -.
oni-" - Jo I.Colt-Un. i tn s. i :.I
and ityu property for a eiodto yinr,
at salary per weenoti' nd oo:. IbrAp
Olyorn'& 1rwn BAll ritony, Spunr
Formelv avlal "t roixm fr cent. o:r
thae er 1(:U'i e s loint St min~
hoon', tEldstaal 1and ankmen. 'Meta
cu eilin. A 1.lyo bsm Isn, Caoi 'ns
& e abb . AturnseayJC. Brn 'o
to .\ur.J .C le a ,Lus. . -t.
Wat~'~ ned Onie-Al" ousitlnctnd
snd andl ahuneryke-roIl bag
gthe aokn ties Asll ricesly. grael
WS.alaryger wCok, bordendile roo. Ap
p.3rm.\ary alecirnnocttn, RDeortc
FPrir will bte eld thelr Tetay
In uut tbigthe n2rth day of thes'iar,1mn
flont, uti,frs the barseefnoita
ceating. cLociatesio het follaurns.f
fice:gCngrades-Bun four thelecuted
tecndhan machrorinecyrerole Statg
gingpandtes. GeAl, Adiceant grade
tuarantofeedtcPhon 380orn exen-e
U. RS.lragn Coms Gnrenler sna
Atri ar eecio of theIA'i'hs, te'DmocraIti
Pary will hol hnelecino the us
't Augstbing the 29thalpoic dyef tohe
mouen onty.2 forote purpo o noi
tating canidTa olite fSlsowen shal
olee- Ciongthreomn fmthe od Fouru
Ca oresoa Systm"ant oenr agintu
terral StateiTeasyre, sall voera
tendet o whicationl Atoritt en-a
lrrat, CAgist'oner 'PolgicultSre,
tem,"rThe Commessroner Rpesnta
tis eo a the erHaury Supeion.
Audgtesi anagurersAuditr maketa
tammlationofe vte cs and trturn
som with theeo pter ornd thre
with to the County Chairman at the I
oinw time ef returninng the primary a
lection boxes. .
The election wil be held at the poll- 1
ng precincts hercinafter named in the I
-espective club districts by the man- A,
tgers hereinat-ter named. The manag
rs shall o:en the polls at 8 o'clock in I
he fornoon and close thcm at -
ielock in the afternoon when the) *
;hall proceed to publicly count the
otes. After tabulating the results I
he managers shall certify the same
Ind forward the ballots. poll list. and
ill other mLa:ers. except the club roll,
elating to such election. shall be de
ivered by one of their number to the
indersgnied County Chairman of the
Fxecutive Committee within thirty-six
ours after the close of the polls. an
,aid election shall be conducted in all
resl)ects according to the laws of the
state of South Carolina, governin'g the
primary elections and according to the
"ules of the Democratic party. lhc
Lollow'l in is a list of the xomlng pre
int with the nami s o' he m a n-Ng
nt' "0.'"'C '"
'ei fo el. E-: :-;.C m
Gy( -W Mo.
SArt 0toeL . ge.W
D. Se r C. R
Slewarts Store-L. W. hge.W
1). Stewart, L~. R. Hendlerson.
'ooks S'tore--Z. 11. Coo:er. .. T. E.
xards. J. M. Patton.
ThomncnRtor-e--L. WV. G-il;.::1.1
r. 1). Fvrrow, Rov White.
Owings-H. J. c. Curry, L. L. Ten
pleton, E. Owings.
Gray Court-V. W. Yeargin, W. H.
Barksdale. T. F. Babb.
Barksdale-Narnie-Z. R. Trrynham,
R. M. Langston, F. H. Burton.
Dials-LI. 11. 'Hellams, W. R. Har
ris. L. '4. Abercrombie.
'W\oodvilc-Joe Wham, John Terry.
WV. R. Putnam.
Shiloh-L. G. Wallace, C. L. Wilson,
R. S. Bolt.
Hickorv Tavern-W. M. Abercronm
bie. Geneva Pitts, J. W. Kellett.
Princeton-A. J. Monroe, 13. . Arn
Md. R. M. Rldgeway.
Poplar Springs-'W. A. Sinpson,.'J.
[I. Wood. E. A. Pitts.
Dkom--A. R. Thome, C. P McDaniel
k. P. Williams.
Daniels Store-E. D. Maddcn, J. B.
3IDell. T. R. Jones.
Tip Top-W. B. Sinins, S. A. Taylor,
The man wvho b,
troubled by the at
Did he pay less fa
actually did he pa
Did he get the bol
perhaps have driv
Was the net price
tire of' established
-In the belief tht
transaction, we bi
discounted the "d
Instead oflisting I
you with a so-ci
We build it of
price than you are
30 x 3j Clincher..$12.50
3Ox3X~ Straight Side..: 13.50
32x 33 Straight Side. . 19.2d
31 x4 Straight Side.. 22.20
Goodnear Crou-ftib Tree
M- Pleasant-G. E. Mfoore, W. B.
lundy. 13. M. Cunningham.
AfL Olive-'M. D. Mitchell, G. C. Do
and, W. L. Cooper. .
-Waterloo-Rex Lanford, S. H. Nel
ol. H1. C. Fuller.
Cross 11111-3. H. Nance. 1. 11. Ful
mr, It. W. Wa~de.
Afountville--,R. R. FuHer, C. F.
mnith, INI. L. Oris1p. ,..
Hopewell---J. Roy Crawford, G. F.
huford. Geo. T. Brown.
Lydia MIII---T. G. Murphy, P. C. Bald
You're right, we wi
ness with a firm unle
Here's why you shoul
us. Every law and r
State::, the State a
fulfilled. This insur
Men in our bank are
so their advice is sou
in this city, its resid<
at large, and to give
your money is to y
the same considerati,
accounts or deposits.
safe and assist you a
You know of cases where th
lack of a receipt took a
man into court. A cancelle<
.hek will save law suits.
J'. ADAMS, Pres. C
py a "lon dso" tie sul
en ae s A fterrarain
reathe tire than h migho haveg
reputation and value?
Lt the average motorist prefers a
ilit the new Goodyear Cross-.Rib
scount" in advance.
Lt at a high price, to enable the
lied ,"long discount," we list it
high-grade long-staple cotton, ui
of group-ply construction, and u
asked to pay for many "long d
.ith NET jrices you are asked topayfor
*32k4 Straight Side.. $24t.50
33x4 -Straight Side.. 25.25 3
34x'4 Straight Side.. 25.90 3
32x4X Straight Side.. 31.45 3
These pries Includ, in enufacturer's sxcis, tan
'4 Crd Tires are also mgade in 6, 7 an
FOR SALE BY
LAURENS, S. C.
wi N. Maunsy,
Clinon-. lJ. Copeland, Sr.-, T. F.
MIlaMf, J. Will Dillard.
,)olinton Mill-F. C. Pinsoni, H. y.
Abrains, J. R. Wilson.
Goldville-T. It. oocker, S. C. Canv.
bell. J. I. -Painter.
'Renno-John M. 09peland, Geo. 1.
dopeland, Wiliam MoMillan
IAngston-J. W. -Donnon, R. B.
Olenn, J. L. Chaney.
C. A. POWER,
5-2t County Chairman,.
>uld not want to do busi
ss they showed us why
c have your money wil h
equirement of the Unied
tnd the Municipality are
experienced in business,
nd. We are interested
mnts and the community
you the best returns eon
'our interest. We show
on for small as for large
We make your money
long the thrift highway.
&EO. H. BLAKELY, Cashier
0he netv joodycar
ly finds himselfI
at have paid, or
mne, or could he'
iad to pay for a.
frank anid open
rread Cord and I
dealer to attract
as low as we
Log the patented
eli It at a .lower
Iscounit" tires of
"long dis couest' ire.
3x4%4 Straight side.. $32.15i
4x4X Straight side.. 32.95
3x5 Straight Side.. 39.10 -
5xS straight side.. 41.05
I81 nch stesfor ruc&s