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L AUR:ENS, S. (.. AUG'. :14. 1!922
The A v.1i -r & a-r <>01of th'
Tecord it mad. last night in firnlIsh
fl( .i:t'l 2''e 111 r eurn ro'~ pavery box'I
nt ~te (ounty:. iinit tlihe vailuabb
notd - - hot -< i
The L*in TolI-hone Company a1i-4
* " d 0 tul ib i t 1t 1 put into Ieffct
by i ;tIlt e x Ia h h nline.
T o all f 'h< "'i ti i tie f len
e wefatnni < r th nkaand inlvit"
ti ol I (e-1 o 'Mt on the y ight of
li i ll t itbary,
Is A GODtis GOVENOly
Th w bai tttie ha. 1 .\dver andr p hi
;e lbtlath fi4' tc e b ta i
u ( I PE.-:ti I4 ba i \.l o la r
d tu I ide t h o'l lof
iSoulthi Carolina tate wo. tuld
"rll ca nern" to pth I s olldiers
w o r ! their ak ll n fitlds
iflc :I11e u oth ' i 11011 em ) (111 o
'o rance nt a, is high n oin o -
Imrn l onI)t of scht ' ools I In d
omege whtred thelluthe Sout
a roli~ w1 1 oul be) give a chianIce
to e r itoC f the b auts tife lit
and t o i. om i tie wI'tit thI oulith of
other state in tie b t inttion -
t nbs. in oh l hi herlrs anly
C~~~~~~~~i IO: Ci Ita s0(1 f ha aa itig
anld sillfnerly that inl du tion
lay the future iappinesl and ls-t plhd
1gmav iiof I lie C~t ha , 'ti h d'
perity of te sat(, buIt t hat i
woul Id r-(e(quirI( e aciflles of labor01
and monl(\y . lder. his leader-sip
rea ls tride's fre ae i bild
ing thi mol l numert, but when the
hil camte imtid his followers
1ntured their b acks on im111. The
la d out of the wileinIless of ig
norance litft is high ofbie dis
ctediteI evle inl eI t eyes of those
Wi 01 he labore d to hl. ThIae Ad
vertiser, for oae, resenits tie at
tack is oni one th whom w believe
was am onlg thiet hest intentioned
and n oblest minded governors tihed
itate h-as ver had.
The News endlorses those sentiments
of The Advertiser and particularly the
itcn: 71sta( ment that lie was "amoing
the best intentoned and noblest inld
cd fVr lll e irs nt( state has fel hadt
Tihtes laeriwatt fre ttaeb ilse itha
ofthe govrnor in feain C)hc dubiup.ct
he ladte findi Ldionisratonsic lnd
parorcularly Scord te Caroing fof
a.group ofar sterwil tpon evcateon
ofe niie buNewss. o.beivern
Atuidede aulin:- (but theniot prinil'
nrcdlcgu in an erettn exceti
whr if the Ainterit of thonstathepr
int.e Asrleas his;:i faroing ee..'
'ord \i'.oCnen ion faclas haen
aoised litatil hearers or ther
dongdconly n edalhth the numbr o
bravnr, ithat bee itd anhs d
tinistrationgust. t lecneto
ianoth enithat heent has far
ady he could thn substttin.wto
for fatioif anor thte fell hort
ofv hi fll aimsnonly hcring to het
iged laystre creion Thei plx
o~ipflc tax ecotion dt and hrmtun
h~jJe aIth the dgion.fo cnTructive
w<!ehou':h the taeswtl otl die.
At th*Ve Nailaconv ntion paradef the
stai.d reserved for distinguished I
Only combat soldiers can receive
the Imedal of honor, and it is not 1
r'Iantd for ordinriy bravtry display
I (I in "sicking it out" through a
lo tvy b arrauL or tho .torming or an e
'14-inyv trenCh. The sldier who ob- d
'ains this; honor is cited "for conspicu- o
!,' Ialntry above and beyon<1 the e
(all of duty in action with tlie lenemy. *
Thou n (Is of American soldiers per- i
ned feats of hlrosim which w-ould f4
w\,oil the hi:h!..t inedalk from any r
Sr)* 1 .\llied : ower: bilt the Amlericanl 1
()Igrossiial .lodal is reserved for v
-\luial of ImOr m n1'w .Io ltgvo av
:vp:pd the vouvo ntion invitation InI- o
'lilod all rank., from '-buck private" i
:o fre lent'wInt lTh ro aire five -
ria ,four corporals, ton .urgpanz.
ard thre H-lmnenants. ThWO homne.
ar in all imrt., of the ( country.
Thm honor 311(.n w.ho have.c- cptd I
hI:(. New Orloans invitation to date f
follIItw . Sydney G. (;umpt-r',z. N w I,
:.: ': i :yton o I . SlacI, Coln. Ali1h.:
.11inA 1. Hlilton. \' esti lS. C.:I
d-ad It. Ta~ley. .\ppala ibia, \'a.:
1Ilhyn Hil1l. Orve::on, Ill.: Hlaroldf A.
FinAnn Arbor, Mich.: Alan L.I
Niw Y ork: .lohn b. r,
Slair:awn, \id.: Garcy ,. Foster. In
nan. S. (.: Pllili; C. Katz, San Fran-t
-): . Uohn ('. Villioipigi , Ca len.i I
fC.: Al. \\'ald'i Iatier. Neo:-ho, .o.:
('o: i C. I jzi r, k ill, -,5. C.;
nuC. Neibaur. Loa.ltah: [
- .-. Forre:4t. Hlnn bal. .\o.;: i
S. RObb, K.liai 'n.:Ti n s
1P1 l-. thi 'i : S ain 1 Woodlill,
F Tho a .l ii y.:l \\illi, SamII (IiIn,
i da Wzn,1 1 10 1) . . : i . :-ch o A. IeIck,
Pf h- :-t.-r, .'. T : .10 h IB. A dk in - I
.co . \le phsTenn.
J-( ( arltina 31:, fu Whom This
Grea H!"itnlio \Mw Anardd
Du1 ring thi \\'orld f \'a the award of
the Conressional M.\dal >r ion or, te
hOht honor I, tha Ian he It. owed
upon the . i\m rian soldi( r, was :..ov,-C
Crn$ d by such rihid re ti-ctions that
only seventy-eight Jmeth(is wv ere
awairded to members of the .merican
.xp--ditionary ( lorces. Of this numrt
;(" six ere awarded i South Caro
lina---all members of the lsthr ian
Corporal .ames 1). 14eriot (deceased)
('ompan y 1, 18t Infantry, It. P. D.1f
No. 1, rovid ne, S. C.
Sergean-'tl lichmon01d .H. 11iltonl,
'oniminy .\M, 18th1 Infantry, Westville,
First eutenant JamilieS C. Dozier,
ContInny G, I18th Infantry, el lk Hill,
S. C.-now a candidate for secrelary
(of state of So t it Carli0ua.
F-'ergeanlt G.ary E'vanls Foster, Com
1ila 8y P, 1 18t11 Infantry, n afn ,s. C.
Sergeant Thomas fe:e .tlall (de
ens (d)Companly ('., Slll h Infantry,
It. F. 1). No. .1, F'ort -.\ill, S. C.
'orporal John C. \'ille)igu, Com
aly .\, 5 (111 th I ft i t ry, Camnd 11, S. C.
iio' Sign Pu ad irks ef aken SbEs
ie 1Itof Nwbt~erry 1ang( 31al~ny(i .lnr
P hanenedi yndi taion.
Through Aec-oieative S e~rts vof the
1.urens 1hiusines:- Leagie and1( te
si gn-~ ha b eenle ad thefor of
Newherryot irnecti trist s m ountain
didfIe itow routietor nthe h mntins
3lhro than the Noli aronhtnirue
The. [11n Ixds A.-'hortet.- infist and
yo~dndf this weean for manforde
toward Cohlmbia Mr ma'yll egae
Iher !W ared icllin ti on *ltnortlhe
rdvntagoteght ythis rad overs any
SU(t~par whonburig bote.sr' htleat(
hie famil o he aig wo0 ays tohn
iVl iommernoiare os meke aet for
the resilt of wde-sfatreado srateanda '0
frm 10paritani-urg an nio d)reireeOi
ing tearinsslirough tirthnr live
"~ thaninthis directin.' loo
'.Ih. '\eeeni, sereltry ofnth
/'riens ofsin:-y Leagok sad yiehar
Wttda a ieenvill had areent to
an reu n ouIsts how tho nakr
pidcnc dinnow willhe srvted inh
iroe Pleft bring well fille Sasford,
C. WILL OPEN
ON SEPTEMBER 5
rospects Bright for Best. Opening In
History of Colletre.
Clinton, Aug. 2.-The Presbyterian
ollege of South Carolina opens Tues
ay, 'September :ti at 10 o'clock. The
pening exercises will be held in the
(allege liapel and all necessary an
ouiceieits will be Imade then by the
lembers of the faculty. After the
rial open ilg students will be enl
)>lled and classilied, recitations will
, assiAgned oi Wednsday and regular
-ork1 upon w hich the students will be
ia ked begins Thursday. Therefore- it
neceIssary It a ill he present at the
pe 111g. The first Imeal will be served
I le retfoctory londay evening at
The pr'ospects :1are very bright for
he lies t open in in the history of the
ollege. Every rooni in the dorm itol
-s i a al ready been assigned. The
iesl hIlal Cliss PI'oImises to be not
Ily tile lar'gest eveir enrolled, but as
whole the best prepared for I-ollege
orkh. Mlost of tiei men are graduates
an 16r~rad( hiLih school.
The colle buildings and g rou nds
ie being put inl first class Condition.
nllili hall was e(iluipped withl new
ldern bath i roomins last wilter, and
Ie saime is being donu inll lauioens hall
is sunier. The administiation
uiling ha s 1en I -iilted aid aIll the
ilidings are kept inl excellent repai.
heii 1)r. Ainett of the Rorkefeller
'oniidaItion visited the college last win
r lIr :;niid it was one of tihe cleanest
iid bet k :It colliges he Iadl visited.
'hP college alms a ciIli;s Of :" acres.
'he groudlils have h, n ,ept in good
on'!ition a1ill summliti 1 anid ar1ie n-\w.
noikinig, unusiih'y atirantive.
Coach Johnso f' el( (encoi raged ov
r the prospects of puttiig out. a will
ing football teani this ftall. Most of
le olI in who C9pIIrised the team
an year will bv back this fall. There
ceis to be excelleit matri(i' al among
he inoing freshnll. They will be
ontehed by Mr. 1. S. -\lcMlillian, who
vas all-state erl In 1920. He spent
his Stumilril' inl the coachiing school at
lie University of Illinois.
The college has sustained a t remen
lous loss i tile teath of Mr. C. E.
raham. lie was tie laigest contribut
or the college has evor had. In the
lIllion l)ollar campaign which the
buii1rli coipleted about two yeais ago,
r. Graiham subscribed $100,000, all of
wiiicli he said h0 exected to give to
he college. Previous to this he had
giveni $20,000, making $120.0)0 in all.
\ir. (riahai 'was greatly interested ir
.Iissionis, both home aind foreign, and
lte often salid hehad to look to Chiris
Ian colleger for his missionaries and
A)tle Christian workers.
FILE EXPINSE ACOUNT
Expense Aceoinis Slhowv Aspiranits
iere Mfore Economical Than I'sual,
Co11iumbia, Augr. 28.- Candidates foi
tlate oflices today illed their expense
accouts t foi thle caimipaligo juist closed,
the amounts this year indient ig that
thle aspirant s t'r otlice were far iiore
tPconomicail than uisuiaI. Expen~ise ac
r-ottnts of WIlliam (olemian, canid~ate
ror governior, andl J. 1l. i lpe, (andti
late foir sItile superinten dent of eduea
t ion, had not been receiv~ed at the of
lice of Ithe sec retariy of state late this
ifternoon wheii thle oilice was closed.
Thre amount ils ox::n ded by thle sev
'ril candiidlates were:
Gecoige lK. Laneyv. $1,*125: Thois. G.,
\Tc eeid $7;;1: .Iohn TI. Duniican $572;
*. .1. Cantfey : 177: tCole L,. H lease $36G.
Thre e-md hhItesr for Iieuoten ant -gov
E1. II. .lacks~on S1.201; J. 1. Owens
The candidates for attorney gen
irai Ifiled sI ttement s as follows:
Samuel Ktl. Wolfe $252; Ilirold Eu
rianks .$lG7; D. .\M. Wi'nter $303.
Foi superint endecnt of (edutcation:l
MIrs. Ilessie Rlogers D)rake $815; 0.
D. Seay SfG00; Cecil 'II. Seipgler $t91;
Tohni E. Sweariigen 870l5; .\i's. I. B.
.For comissloner of agriculture:
IH. lI arris $520; George Wi'ghtman,
Fo)r adjuttant general:
TPhoiias I. Marshall $433; Robert E.
For srecretaryW of .State: .
W. :Banks D~oyo $536; .James C.
*Foir complt rollor general:
W~alteir E. dl~uncani $177; T. iagood
For state treasurert:
S. TV. Catter $100.
Powerful Lighthouse Beacor.
The Langarra lighrthouirx has one of
the moost jiowerftil henconsii on the Pa
(cIfic oeann. So brIght hs the illumiina.
toon froti thie light house that the hll-I
but flisheriien twventy-fl ye mi les distant
can operate ini the night without difii
culty. A stratngei entering the lens
roomi would soon find himself ablaz~e
unless made aware of his danger. So
great Is ,the concentratIon of sun's
roys through thie huge reflectors that
In less than a minute's time a person's
'ojohies buecomio ignIted. Heavy blinds
hiave to be kept down durIng the (day
to pre'(vent flre,-Vancouver (13. C.)
FORD PLANT WILL HAVE TO
CLOSE ACCOUNT OF COAL
All Assembly Plants In the Country
Detroit, .\lich., Aug. 2.-The Ford
Motor Company plants at Highland
Park. Dearborn and River Rouge, su
burbs, will vlose down September 16,
because of lack of coal, it was an-.
nounced by lenry Ford today. The
suspension will affect upwards of 50,
000 -sorkers in the threeoplants, and in
directly several hundred thousand oth
ers throligholt the country.
Assembly plants of the Ford lotor
Company throughout the country also
will be closed. it was stated, bringing
tho numbelr of Ford strictly em iploy
es aft'eted by the suspension to ap
proxi nately S5,000.
Others affected are employees of
11 m1ernis11.9 dependent upon Ford orders.
(onee rn s that supply-the Ford Com
pany with material were notified to
day to stop shi.mlienlts.
Ilplaining tle order to close the
plants 'Mr. Ford said that by Septem
ber 11 tle company's reserve stock of U
fuel will 11have been completely ex
hau'ed and only suflicient fuel will be
left to kc(p tile furnaces and ovens
"Conlso'quently." lie said, "we will
close down file en tire plant on Septem
Icer I C."
Ak :ed when lie hoped the plants
could isume operations. '1Mr. Ford
deeu!rald thuat he had not the remotest
Tho coal situation has hevoie
ilploSil+," MIr. Ford de(clared.
It Works That Way.
! : ' (es tl. I'he explain
sO 1 :" Cy1ic1s- " 1 iik not, but
myl' own private opin ion is that some
W01111n1 iust hive married him for Iis
inoney."--New York Siun.
Add an "S," Mr. Keeper.
"A cliel' aiong us" while visiting
the zoo at Franklin park the other
(aly r1iticized one of ftle placards
witicht lw gan: "This spe''ie of ostrich."
We h,!(. to admit that it wis not tip
to IUostin's unal gamInuiatial stand
ird.-lHoston Evening 'Transcript.
$ * S * * $ $ * e $ ' 5
$ SPECIAL NOTICES. a
For Sale--Ford touring car with
starter, in A-1 condition. A bargain
for $175. E'. I. Wjlkes, J4,. 7-It-pd
Wood Wanted-l -ords of good
wood. Laurenis Oil ill. -3t
Wood WVanited---I010 Pdof good
wood. Laurells Oil 1 1. 7-3t
Not ie-4 vill be in Laurein Studio
all day Friday and Saturdays until
2 p. in. Ii. Niholls. 7-St-pd
See our Special Prices oin photo
graphs an11d picture franes Friday.s
and Saturdays. Call before 2 1). i. on
Saturdays. It. Nicholls. 7-St-ld
For Rent-Three rooms for light
iousekeeping, furnished or unfurnish
d. "A. B.", care Advertiser. 7-2t-c
L'Itst --I oilda y, somewhere in the
city of Laurens or at the cotton mills,
sitre cornered amethyst watch fob
with golld balld. Finder please ioti
fy II. 11. loyd, at Chero C'bla .plant.
Lost--Jight .Jersey co\ '4t'iouit
.lhorns. Finder please not~ J. F.
Not Ie--AIl I er011s at foi ilen
to hunat or otherwise tre on It
L . Copeland. it1
M!usic Pupils desired by a gr'aduaote
itn piano of Randol-ph-Macon omanl~t's
College. Anyonte inlterestedi $pply to
.\rs. F. W. Chaoipman, 657 South Iar
per St. G-,'t--pdi
,Moniey to Loan--Loants on farmis andt
city 'Property negotiated. Applicat ions
-handled with the Fi rst Carolinas
Jioint Stock Lanid Bank, the Federal
Ibandl Banuk, .insurance c.ompaniies atnd
other sources. Apply to 1)1al & Todd.
,Attorneys, Lautrenis. 5-l3
Montey to Loant-ThPe Planiter's N. F.
L,. A. is now receiv'ing applicat ions for
lls 011 farm lands. Apiply to A. C.
Good Tires-Cheap at Counts' Sta
Governument Wagons-For Sale, or
offered in exchange for corni, oats, hay
or lumber. Wagons in good condi
tion. Dixie Ice and Fuel Co., Clin
Elm Repair Parts-For all makes of
cars. 'Film bolts, wedges and clamtps.
City Vulcanizing Station. 40--tf
Montey to Lean ont inproved farmn
land at 7 1-2' per' cent. HI. S. Black
and, city propg,ty for at period of yqai's
at seven ller' cedit 'interest." Idmar,
Osberney & UBrtew-n, Attornejs, Epar
tanburg, 5. C. 34-tf
Lo'ants on. - 'nh Estate--Funde -mme
(diately available at six -per.e~ent. Int
suirances comnpaunies, Joint; Stock Land
Hank, 'Federal .Land Bank and other
Oouricesi. Apply to Sinipson, Cootper
& -Unbb, 'Attorneys. 4-tf
For Rtent-Fouir hors~e farjn, Apply
th' Mt'a. J. I. Colemnan, Laurtens.'4ifit-i
For Jtent-1 store r~ooml for. rent, on
the ti6drth side of th6 scn'ax'e, 1 main
floor, upstairs and 'basempnt. 'Metal
cellia. _ ocation bent- in Laurens.
See .L. id. Burns at J. C. Blurns & Co.
flagging andi Ties-flu" our selected
Seconld hand machinery re-rolled blag
ging and ties. All prices and grades
guaranteed. Phone ~380 our expense.
U. S. Dlagging Co., Greenville, S. C.
Dlr. T. L. Timmerman
Lauiren.- Sonath Carolina
Paying Market Price
Laurens, S. C.
The best way to learn a person's standing
and reliability is to inquire of those with
whom they do business.
Should someone inquire about the char
acter and reputation of another with
whom you transact business, the first
question you ask yourself---and it may be
subconsciously --- is, "Does he pay by
check"? The man who pays by cash may
be as prompt and all that, but, somehow,
You Think First of The Man Who Pays
By Check. The check shows a certain
substantial connection and association.
Which man would you hire first;
The one with a bank account or
one without that forethought
Laurens National Bank
J. J. ADAMS, Pres. GEO. H. BLAKELY, Cashier
MEMBER.FEIRA RSERVE SYSTEM OF BANIKS
'The, CHARACTER .of the MEN as well as their
fidancial responsibility had to be round 0. K. before ,
w coulid become a member of the FEDERAL RE-'
S RV4 system of banks.
& Being a Member Bank of this National System
means that our bank is one of a vast, strong CHAIN
of banks linked together for the protection of our
.When your money is in our bank you can GET
it when you WANT it-because we can take our se
curities any time to our Central Reserve Bank and.
We add 4 per ceznt, nerest.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank
The Enterprise NatioRAI Bafik
N. B. 'DIAL, President C. H. ROPER, Cashier
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