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NOTICE SC[OOL OF OPENING
To Patrons of Laurens City Schools:
The 1922-23 session of the Laurens
City Schools will begin on rMonday,
September 11 at 9 A. .1.
New pupils will be enrolled on Sep
tember 4th, 5th and 6th. Examinla
tions for conditioned pupils will be
held on September 7tt and Sth.
I wish to call attention to sone i
i'1ations r'eqIuiired by law as follow:
Conipulosry Attendaunec-E-very par
mtit. glarllan. or other peirson having
charge of ally child between eight aind
foiltcen years of1 age inclusive. must
send chi ch il(d to a public. private o
Iaroch ial ShucIl, or to a comn petent. tin
ter, s:iject to a. proval of the County
Suprintent of Eler of Ed nvation. for fotir
co.I ( nt iv mo1 th1S. or eghty 0I 1C' 'l; '
tive .-:cht ds. thwinm the cholastic
year thal the sci-ool at ten(l('I is in ses
ion. .1 lw mtod of collpllsory attend
ance for the Iaumirtens ("Iy Schools, as
fixed hy ,e l:uard of T1rurstt. s. is for
thre !'1 iilr Ichlt nion):hms, heginningz
Septenher 11. 19'21.
..Atr of '.tic rlanrce- I shal 111 t be
lawful t " : I r.2n who is les.; th-1in
six nm iha):. twenty-one y.ears of
age Io : 1 d any of the free pu bic
schoolS e' - . " ate.
'lecio- 0 : An- , hl e : :rd of ed lca
Ithm.. : : ,, or : :y I ;her holly
havii! e ;I n of :1y o11 . s hools,
Iiay tn ralint into or at
-otIl of :01 tilvar
na:e1 wh N~ o hutve not had thlk
-i 1 : to have their (.hil
renv-'s Tasteless chill Tonic restores
Eergy and Vitality by Purifying and
.iching the Blood. Wlen you feel it.
Strengthening i nvigorating effect see how
It brings color to the cheeks and eo
it improves tlhe appietite, you will then
A.reciate its true tonic value.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply
En and Quinine suspended in syrup. So
.EAsant even children like it. The blood
t rs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
irh o. Destroys Malarial germs and
p germs by its Strengtheningv Iae vigor
*9mg Effect. c
IS YOUR HEAll
k s ting Experience of a Texas
Women Knew About Card
Navasota, Texas.-Mrs. W. M. Peden,
tbis place, relates the following interest
Ing account of how she recovered her
Wength, having realized that she was
actually losing her health:
"Health is the greatest thing In the
world, and when you feel that gradually
slipping away from'you, you certainly sit
up and take notice. That is what I did
some time ago when I fos:nd myself in a
very nervous, run-do:u conditioa of
health. I v s so ti-ed andu felt so li'elcts
I could harly go at all.
"I was j!,t no acc:ant fo: wc-k. I
would get a 1'utcket .f vaier anid wok'.
feel so we. !: I woul: > -me to set it down;
before I fa !. I could i it (p thea shelf,
1in 11hr co :ini ., ci cor2 t) do evenu
my howcev~cr': v:s a 1:,s!: almo~st ir:
possible to a~ceeop i:t.
"1 was . . . nervous~ and eas~ly upset.
IT was back In tI
Bicycle Tube was r
Today the G & J
--like the automnob
ter every year.
If you want pro<
Tube in competiti,
tube-no matter w
G ":. J Tue helj
Eices on Q6 J Passenger CarTi1
GUARDS IN SHOPS
rBRING ON STRIKE
All Service Tied 1U When Trainmen
Quit. Other Men Return.
Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 13.--An outstand
Ing develo-ilent in the general rail
strike situation in the South tonight
was the complete tie-up, rcojorted from
i rmingham, of passenger, freight and
mail tralic oi the St. Louis & Sain
'Francisco railroad, occasioned by tle
walkout of trainmen there yesterday
\yhich union leaders stated was caused
by the presence of armed guards iII
Postofilee authorities at ilirmuingliai
stat(l that though timais were experi
eneing no delany as they have beeni
transferred to other routes.
The lines affected run from ilir
miir u~ :i to Alemphis.
At M emphis the niight tra in on the
FIriFco, runnilt ing to liirm in was
nuled. ihe roals trainimen inl
that city have not walked out but
m11(t Ott onigh.t to determline their ac
A a pot)l:-t against the employ
mlent ofl' arm1ed pgu11ads .and nonl-union
workien in the ii, vill. & Nashvil;e
tIilroa(l shots at ointitti, Ky.. train
menol onl the 0umbeland N-llleydiin
were Ieported to 1tave ilanti ied to valk
ontt at 10 Welock toimoiro. m11oln in: .
On the other hand it Wi. t o.orted
Frot Al3 ridian , Ciw., that owitchmei n,
lcstler a11(d yard crevs of the South
ern Railway .y,tem l ad the Mobile &
Oh io lid retit toll to work after agiee
mieti ha,1d been reached withi he two
13. M1. Stniks, gcneral maniager of
the .ouisville & Nashville road, ati
noun11ced that eniginleers and( firemlenl
otn the Ileticlenesont division. whio had
been otin strike since Friday, have re
turned to work.
Colds Cause Grip and Influenza
LAXATIV E BROMO QUININE Tablets remove the
:ause. There is only one "Bromo Quinine."
C. W. GROVE'S setnature on box. o.
Lady Who Declares That if More
ui They Would Be Spared
s and Worry.
I couldn't rest well at night and was. ..
"I heard of Cardul and after reading I
decided I had some female trouble that
was pulling me down. I sent for Cardui
and began it. . .
"In a very short while after I began the
Cardui I-one Treatment I saw an !im
provement and it wasn't long until I was
all righ!--good ~ptite, spIcndid rest,
and much shtnger -:o that I casily did my
"Later I took a boe(i cf Cardui as a
1t nic. I can racommen-:d Car;'ai antd .:
Iy do so, for if mc:c women knew,
v addc cave a grcct C.1 of wctry a::d
Thie c: i- c in c- i tDor.:ds o!
I etther wxomen wh to l:u've fo,:a. Cardnti
helpfuli rhculd enrv: zCe you th.i t i
worth trytb . All drt:;:ists sell ii.
te days before the
n the firstOG &. J
lie itself--gets bet
>f try out a G & J
>n with any other
hat the class, price
>your casings give
'es and Tubes, effective May 8th,
* NARNIE NEWS *
I. . ....
Narnio, Aug. 4.-Miss Esther Crad
dock delightfully entertained a number
of her friends lnst Thursday evening
in honor of 'Miss Eva Bolt, of West
Ininster. Many interesting games were
played and enjoyed. The contest prize,
which was a box of home-made candy,
was won by Miss 'Eva Bolt and Mr. Lu
ther Branlett... Those enjoying Al'iss
Craddcek's gracious hospitality were:
.Misses Eva,'Ruth and Ethel Bolt, Lou
iso Illunter. Alildred Burton, Nelle
Hurts, Nellie :.leDawell, l'aisy, Bell
and Sara V. Owings., Mfaude Madden,
Dewey Dalentine, leatrice ilellams,
Mlattie DeShields, Nell (heek; tAessrs.
Luther lranlette. Leroy Rainage, ltay
Trayn haimn, Claude and Ray MleDowcll,
Carles Threat e. League llellanms,
Charles Klnight. l'ire and W. M. My
(rs, .r1.. Ora lolt, Carltoil and Calvin
Sn~dr Toa and \\illiam !Burts.
.l.csUl, Saider. Crlo Chee.
Mr'. \W. I.. ccd l's 'eiT. o: the ri:
list this wce'k, Im!t -ve 1re gl:d to ic
por't that hle I,- mu11ch improved.
.lis Itnelle He Riel aI s rett rnIed
hom' afler a viit to relatives in S'ar
tainurg anid i'aolet.
.\Miss Et her Cr-addo k aid guest.
.Alis. Ii ainiiond. ol' Anderson11d Mliss
es 'Alildred lIarton. i'h'a, Izuth -aid
Ethel 1 'a1l spent Mlonday in Clinton
with Miss Willie Gillespie.
Rev. .1. A. Lrock spent liday il
with -.\lt C. C. Craddock.
.\Miss Knight. of Ware Shoals. is the
gunest this week of tier cous in, Mli'ss
11 iss i.\ '3ded lbur:oin rPt Suncday
with .\1iss .thmel Bolt.
Mrs. Janie Jones and son and dlaugh -
ter. Clifton and Fr:.ces, Y:>ent Satur
(lay with rs. 1E. iB. Bolt.
Ar. and Mr.s. Dan Craddock. ,,f Foun
tain Inn, are expected this week to
spend several lays with relatives.
Mr. John Reid and family were the
week-end guests of ':ir. W. L. Reid.
Misses Daisy Bell and Sara V. Ow
Ings returned home Thursday after
sipending a week with their sister in
.r. and Mrs. W-hitton and family, of
Georgia, Mr. and Mrs. lutledge and
son, Walter, of Laurens, Mrs. *lartha.
Owings and Mr. Mansel Owings, of
Laurenr, .were the dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Mitchell Owing.; Friday ev
'miss Sarah llamniond, of Anderson,
ri ived Saturday to rpcnd several lays
with Miss Esther Craddock.
Mlisses 'va, Ruth and Ethel Bolt
wec~re the spend-the-day guests of Mis.
Mace Langston Thuisday.
After an extended visit to her par
eats, M1iss Eva Bolt leaves Tuesday
for her hiome1 in Westminster.
.iss L.ouise liunter returned home
Tinrsday a1fter a pleasant visit to her
aunt. .\i.; hlettie M'ramalett, of L.aurens.
. . A . . - )r n . * *
the; rm:t bmii cm' a dauccghter'.
\iiss thelen .Ioes . .\irA. l.ahlla .1 .iJen
kins and 7latert(is W\illiami and Walte:
Jenkin; s cand EtrI. Caine weire in
ire i1 noodl !..t 'laTeday.
II':'mtina, :mrsedi awayl'. l'st 1"Fidcay.
She '.'a:s one of~ the best colored womn
in our communcnity, and wnas; liked by
all of01 her white friends.
R1ev. iiarltey conducted a r'eviva)
meeting at Kings Chamcel last week.
Blorn on 'ith inst. to .Mr. and Mi's.
J. 0. A.:'n:tr'cn';, a d'aughter,
Mr.Chiarl-. al-..utdin, of Andei'son,
athe recent guest cf his brother-.in
law, 'W. T. Jones, Jr'.
Those wvho attended the home comi
ing at Mlt. Glallagher on the 6th inst.
,thorcoughly enjoyed the warm-hearted
hospitality of the good people of thact
Thola tendercrt sympathy of every one
is felt for the family of the unfortu
nate young nan-ir. Ed. iWhite, who
was recently drowned in Saluda.
The r'ecent hailstorm 'was one of the
most dire2atr'ous that ever visited this
Mr. J. A. Hill1 visited relatives~and
friends in Abbeville'-last week.
The fiends of Mr. -Homer' Wardla~w
will bo pleased to hea~r that he is re
covering fi'oin a prolonged illness.
-Mr. Jas. Killingsworth, of I~ivorder,
Gai.. who wvas born and rea'red here,
visited relatives and fr'iendls in this
cection last wveek.
'We r'ecently met the following
fiends: TP. R. -Blackwellt, John MefDll
and P'rof. Long. of' Dueo Wct; Chbn
gr'essmcan Fredc .D~ominich', 01' Newvherry;
.Ioo Ashley of Aterson; Wri'ght Sims,
I~ollert Andlerson acnd Bernard HerE~er
son of Waterloo; M. P. Simpson. of Ah
heville; Broadus Cooper and Sam Lee
of cEkom; Andy -Boyd, of Laurens;
Jtohn Sadler and Jas. Gray, of D~onalds;
Mr. Marvin Moore, of Missouri and
'Irvin Freeman, of Princeton.
Dr'. W. T. Jones Is very grateful to
all o': his friendh, white and colored,
fr. eontmnl kIidr favors.
Td114 wlno s
f IfiI I jJ - -
pairs. The local ardWare stores do not ha:
It does seem strange that it takes some.
if an article is'bought from their home dealei
be right, and if it is not there is a remedy fc
this man used the same amount of forethoug'
MORAL:--Better be able to repair thi
Laurens Coca Cola Home
Bottling Co. e
Quench the Thirst With a Bottle
of Delicious Coca Cola Furniture,
Buy it By the Crato cy-o
CARRY TERIA W.
Quality li~ ~~I t, u sLo ace
On 4he Squar
Furniure o All inds umber
Musicl Insrumets WeCan
Furniure, toves ChinIare
par. Tenclwardwrtrsd o a
sh ricepate. tr
berihtB, anMfit isNotthrei as meyf
thistr maned Puhers muto fortugn
U BoWtthen oe New
oW elcs Cca Co. Firlue,
uy ods Byothing Croes IRE:o
J.uiif C. Burns &'h- Co Willi
F Hritue of AlKnsLme
REDca InNtrumKBTs 1 W3Ct
Pre Gdstatory aeMny bt
R e ose Frnishes Monyw o
IF MAD BOUGHT THIS
NOWER. AT HOME THEY
WOOLD HAVE - BEEN
ABLE TO REPAI IT.
BY M. C. MERKER.
nd out of town for articles that are bound to need re
idle the cheap special parts that go into the make up of
hysical force to convince some people of the )ruthdhat
after due consideration and examination it is bound to
r it, becausc the home merchant will make it so. Had
ht as he did afterthought he would have been on the
in pay the price for a new.
J . C . Sh1el 6 & ComGipanyp
t to Post Offica The l'am.Iy Grocer
Stoves, Rugs, Crock
plato Home Furnishors Cioiceo Vuc' Mes in Season
foughII to Se Wl"I C
anm~I J1ewelriy Repjained ?I'.& Mil utl's ans
loncls Rlenmunted Ols
hi Side of SquareV::i'Is,,~jirii~UoH
Roper & Co. BENCHOFF'S
Doors, Sash Blinds 5 & 10 Cents Store
uirih You~r Entire Bill ''Euy it in Laurens"
r You houe. WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARB
m~ Clothing Co. Davis-Roper Co.
toe Man's Store Dopartmient Store
"Laurens Best Store--Quality
othiers -- Suits Mo Made It So."
'nLryEasterby Motor Co.
oda, Shoes, Clothing, og rtesMtrOr
Leady-to-Wear Pode 200thervc aoto ars
Y US A CALLPhn20 SricadPrt
ens Storage Laurens National
~ry Company Bank
Batteries and Sevc Capital and Su'rplus $100,000.00
Station . 3. ADAMs, Prsuidt
ud Gouarteous Sne~ GEO. H. BLAKELrY, Oash?r
ens Street--Phone 446 YOU2 ACCOOUNTS SOCIE
[)rug Company *The Princess Thteatre
Mediinesof ll Knas Not Only for Amusement But for
Mediine of U ~Diversion After Business Hours
and icto RecrdsTHE BEST PHOTOPLAYS
pies oan &A. L. Mahaffey
S0' OLDEST BANK FIST CLASS BAKERY
WATS Pesdent Ask for Our Pullman Loaf
am SolomonL..Blkw l
olomon Says: Printer and Stationer
WOrk could 'J done, Oprli.E o~o u~n