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Vol. 38, No. 10 S Pages
LAV'iE.NS, S. C., SIEPT. t!0. 102d
Now is tle time to lay planis for tile
at against tle boll woevil.
* * *
0One a. .u itageC Iinry Ford has over
Cther big industrial Ieaders in the
Voliintry in tlat le can run Ils busi
nss ateord ing to his own views. lie
doesn't have to ask the government
how Illich hlle shall Ipay his Ieni or how
m11uch he in ist ask for his prodic(s.
.' m uneis that he has a host
i py elliployees besides a host of
cus N-i I wo pay the pr1ice he asks
for his goois without co0lainit. The
ori Ilan t and (em ployees pr-osper
whlile the goveanment directed in1(dtus
ri(es rIet (Iee'per und de-eper lInto the
I, * *
Nov. that the(I elecction is over it is
wili to Slo;) and take stock of the canm
paign1 a1(nd e it I ter are\ any lessonls
In the first pla e it is faiirly evident
that thv wonli deciled the election
'or1 governor-. Tde decision for Mr.
,d uni large!Iy ;flected by the tact
tihtI the woiiia 'o ed more largely in
those precinct:, Cnt ally conceded to
be against 1,leare. As tie women in
the H lease precinhcts lid not flock to
'he polls as t hoie of tile tlitj--illIase
.I1Ceilcts the interestitig question as
to whiethir the wvomcni will vote like
their litsbanids w.as n ot delided.
The fact that ex-Gov. Ulease inereas.
ed his vote by Conlsiderable nutnbioter ov
Cr past years without the womiten 's
uII)Ort, in(diCtes to tus thIat hisl camii
paign on 11lie tax iswie, wlther legical
or not, had profound effect. To our11
mtiid, tihis vote of protert against high
taxes m)ay wl h he takenl cognizance
If both in regaid to stat an11d coulity
taxes when the x t Ikgis latunre ecn
v'IC. We (10 not belive that aly of
the state agencle', or depatiments cani
well be di5Ose(i of, but it is quite
p)ossible that a fearless examiation
into all governmental xpenditu res
from the smallest emiiloye all the
way lip the line mght disloe tle
fact that publie employees have not
yet been "delated" in lIine with the
earn ings of t hose wh:1 silort it.
The elect 1 (iof A z'. 'Ail.cod clearly 1
indicates the desire of tlie leol fo
strict enforcement of the laws and
sivere punishnment of tle law's offend
er's. It is about time that the stock
dItiSitsion of "'after t he wvar"' effects o
cr1ime .hie a idl on the shelIf. Th le pin
elpal cause of cimis lakik1 ofdiuca
tion and thle failure of lie law enfor c
mient machiunery'. Th'le time1 has arived~CI
to 'rut away all other e.xcuises and get
dTOWn to the iealI bus iio ah lug
law violators suffer. Th'Ie efft of ai L
.two ye a a dieini1stration of deter'mineg
jaw a'nforcen~it is certain to have ic-.
The elct io'n is past. The Issues
have been decided. We must have
CO-operiative effort to bring about
Peace and~ sec'urity' as well as jros
. 'he South ('arolinia lee'tious I
On the night of aI tcaeral election
in Noi th Carolina the teleponi i
Th'le Observer (Ifilee knows bu itl
rest. Soulth Carol ina heldl primary
clections; Tuesday, anld on that night
tile "ound of riniging bells was about
as continuous in t his office as ever' oi
the n ight (If a state election. Tfhiis ini- I
cident is noted as a token of the In-.
terest mlanifested in the Tar ileci state
over the ouitcomle of the Palmetto
state-and~ one couIld hear muore sighs
of, relief as the reevrwsp t'
thani expresifons of dsponmn.I
'Norith C'arolina could have voted the
result would have remained uinchiangedl
swith the piossible exception that 'Me
'Leod's majority wvould have been in
creasedl. A'Id South Carolina appeari
to have made selection of ,a -fine man
for governor. Mceood is a -lawyer tmd
pla'nter and son of a Confedlerate vet
erdn. HIe has -had experience as lieu
tenlant gover'nor and has served In
aboth the senate and house of the ,*...
Carolina legIslature. He1 Is "going on"
55& years of age, was descended from1
the Scots and while a lawyer by
fession, he is yet strictly cou ntry-bi'ed.
Incidental of 'the South Carolina
p.'lrharles Is the election of a le'gisla- j
tui'e that ip overwhelmingly anti-TBlease
-t is largely constituited of new ma
teidal and is particu-larly democratic,
I ,Ainue as almost all professions
In4A pcc pe topr~ented.
ion of what happened because of the
fact that one county--iLaurens-liad
the good sense to elect a woman as
superintendent of education. She is
Miss Kate Wofford, and she retired
lie man who ran against her by a ma
joity of 766, and that, Iin a county
Vote, was some big thing.
KING OF ITALY
loiinrek1 Drops Rloyal Mien for Garh of
Washington, Sept. 9.-Elbert Francis
LBaldwin of New York, one of the di
rec(ors of the iAmerican Forestry As
;tciation makes a graphic report of his
r*V'eelt visit to the King of Italy when
lie formally presented flive million
Driuglas fir seeds for the rehabilitation
)f Italy's forests (estroyed (iuring the
wva r'. The seeds were the girt of
'lmities I.athrop Pack of the .ssocia
"One mitite after I met Kiing Vie
.or. I'0mantuel" writes Mr. l3alid wiii, "I
orgot that I wa; talking to a king.
le seemed a forestry expert, pIure and
imlple. It had taken two months' hard
Aoi'k to obtain through our' '1mbassy,
m11 au1tdience with his majesty. 1lut it
vws worth while, if for nothinig more
hen to discover that. learnd ande
eri enled In Inly a drt'i)p:rttment of' swi
nev and -overnment kll, \'ictorimtue
Vas :hlso up itn torertry.
"As a boy. he would plant young
ree it his father's Coniltry places
unl rise at foir o'clock itn th morn
:1 to .w atei tile troes properly hIt m
wil ( and not merely to see that it was
i(OnIo. 'in my own place. outside the
'bty,' he addedl. 'I have grown foreign
vecs and I walt to see how the I Doug
as firs will do there.' -iIv told me of
lis 1ticcss \ ith valriouis trees and of
!is des ie to extelId the iuiantity attd
oaityo tuce gr1owinl'u.
"Italy's chikef occulpation is agri'leuIl
San Ile tlhe king is intensely interest
'> in all thinlgs agriculitiral.
"As with all Italians, so Victor
*mauel's geat re-tgret is, as hle said
o me, the Counttry's; lack of ra.w ita
trials. The American gift being In
ie line of raw materials, is therefore
specially welcome to king and peo
>le. It should extend Italy's forest I
esotrCes, it shottd uliitately add to
ier food sutpply, it shonlid equnalize the
low of br'ooks and rivers. Ill coifer
Dg these 6ben'fits on a foreign country,
s h .llaisty pointe(I out, the Amer
-an Forestry Association is mort'e than
merlean: it has becomo international
nd itt work is a mtodel to tie rest of
"'Its dulIicate it Italy woutld be
Cry advantageous,' the king aided,
n-awvakenigni Italians to the neces
ity of forestation. Our forest area Is
itifully simall.' it, said, 'if you coM
fle its proportion to outr total area
Ith the proportion in France, Swit
erland, Austria, Czechoslovakia. Otur1
cople need( .ist sich a stilliullts C's
he Amrlean Forestry Association Is
6.Th11e chief (Ittery inl the hiig's mind
vemed to be whether' the seed would
erminate In fair'ly dtry soil--and most
f Italy is pretty dr'y. 'Yes, lhe con
luded,'thte great difficulty, I think will
e the drought. You must have noticed
I. Jutst now~ we need ra In very much.
'et, de.'pite frequent clouds, we have1
:id only a few drops of rain In a long
mel. I (10 not sulPpose, htowever, that
he I ouglas~ fitr is as dIe:endient On
ioisture as 0 ate some tr1'ees. I cer'talin
r hole that it will thrive fairly well in
utr so il, and whetre thle cond It Ions of
ut' hill-sloopes aire simnilar to those in
0our states, will be ns good a grtower'
SIt is there.'
"We italked of Theodore lloosevelt.
f' the (leoa ('onfelence and of the
tt itn in America. But the royal
rirest ry (et't wvent back to the
inutgla f'ir. Per'sontally, a thorough
oing man, no matter what par'ticular
ubjeet lie attacked, Victor Etmanuel,
oltticalIly is equally13 notable, because
.e is one of the most dlemocr'atlc r'ul
trq in Iffur'ope.
' Otne day 'a't Genoa, the king enter
aioed at lunt'.O all the deliegates to thc
nternatijonalI Con ference. 'TchItcherin
nd IKrassitn, the SovIet delegates" had
o be lnvite~d too. As they wvere pre
entedl to is majesty, heo simply saidl,
e ho pilecet'e' (pleased to meet you).
Phis4 very conventIonal phrase, how
'ver, so impressed Tchitchterin that
vb'en asked what he thought of the
ring, replied, 'Tink! Why, If we had
tim in Rtussla, lie might *be -president
>f all thte soviets.'"
.oaquin Miller on Poetry.
Why, the trute poetry is nothing but
ho comm1ioI sense. Truth, beauty and
igain trotlh-the right heart I No
po'et can create or destroy one parth
yle of tu or beauty or common
MT nyv more tlonn ha encn creato
r dlestroy a particle of gold. He can
mnly give it a Dew form, garment It
'*hl er' dor. and set It in, a new
"o W9rmas In a Stealthy Child
All children troubled with Worms have an us.
tealthy eoor, which lndicaites poor blood, and asa
uale, there la tnere or I ess tomach distu~bance,
MROVWS TASTELE~SS CH ILL 'TONIC itivet regu
*rly for two or three weeksewill enrIch the bloodl,
mtro hodigestlonohd actaso aenerelStrength
-ot hewo eset, Naur 4ilte
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER DISTRESS
State of South Carolina,
County of Lau0jenm.
T. D. lIamage, Landlord,
LeRoy Ranage, Tenant.
By vii'ic of authority vested in ine,
the undeisigned in a distress warrant,
Isenied by '. .D. Ranage, landlord, or
Sept. 19, 11122, for past -due rent, vs,
LeRoy Itamage, Tenant, I have dis
trained the stock of goods, nierchan
ilise hereinafter described, and notice
Is hereby given that I will sell the said
stock of goods and moreliandice at
public outcry, to the highest bidder for
iash, at the place of business formerl3
Couptied by the said [-Roy -Raniage,
tenant, at Barksdale Station, county
f Laurens, South Carolina, on Thurs
lay, the .5th day of October, at tel
j'clok A. M1. The said stock of goods,
merchandise, consisting of fancy gro
Lei'es, such as canned goods, candy,
;oap and miscellaneous other mnerchan
'ise, the sname being the .propcrty of
ilRoy Itllinge, tenant, and I will sell
;o much thereof as Aall be sutliclent
(o satisfy the Lan ilord's e-laim for rent,
C. L. ONViKINS, Agent,
-For T. ). Iamnage, lIandlord,
I-a n . . C., Sept. 19, 1922. 10-2t
NOTICE OF SAlLE
sate of South Carolina,
'ounty of Lautrens.
IN THE P-ROBATP.1 COUlt
\ Zr . %'. C. Fleming, as Executrix of
tle last will and testaient of R. ,
Fleming, Sr., deceased, Petitioner,
Uiss Loutise Fleming, It. P. Ilemning,
.r., H. C. Flemning, lEarle Wilson and
It. P. Jones, Trustee in Balnikiuptey,
Plirsttuant to a deerce in the Probate
OUr1 in the bove entitlcd case, I
ill sell at public auction to the high
st hidder, on salesday in October,
922, in front of the court house door
Lairens, South Carolima, during the
!ual hours of sale, all that lot, piece,
>r parcel of land situate, lying and
wing in th! Town of Lautrents, Couonty
'1 Lauire'ns. .State of South Carolina,
ronting_ twetity-five feet and five inch.
4 On pubile s(uiare and running back
'ighty-five feet and occupied by Plem
iig Brother; Jewelry Store, and bound
d on the north by lot of J. 0. C
"Ifmiing, (.ast by public square, south
y Pall(tto) Bank and west by lot of
1. T. Rowiand. Also warehouse lot
Mituatf-d, lying and being in the Town
if LaurCns, County of L'aurens, State
if Souith Carolina, and bounded by
ands of .1. 0. C. Fleming, lands of
ti s. W. W. JoneS, Public street, and
Terns of Ftale: One-third cash and
lie balance in two equal annual in
tallmcnts with interest from date at
he rate of eight per cent 'per annum.
3urchaser to have the option to pay all
ash. Purchaser to pay for stamnps
MRS. Z. S. C. FNlulING,
Exeettri: of the will of R. F.
FleCming, Deceased. 9-3t
Very Next Dose of Treacherous
Drug may Start Trouble
+4 "4" 0**4-4*4 *b~4+ ~ ** '4 4
Calomiel is dangerous. It tmay salivate
'ou andl make yon suffer fearfully from
oreness of gums, tenderness of jaws and
eethi, swollen tongue, andI excessive
al.'a dribbling fromi the mouth. Don't
rust calomel. It is mercury; quicksilver.
If you feel bilious, headachy, consti
>ated and all knocked out, just go to
rour druggist and get a bottle of Dod
on's Liver Tone for a few cents which
s a harmless vegetable substitute for
langerous calomiel. Take a spoonful and
f it dloesn't start your liver gnd
traighitii yodu tp better and il'uicker
han nasty calomel atid without making
-ont sick, you just go back and get your
If 'you~ take calomiel today you'll be
bck and nauseated tomorrow; besides,
t may salivate you, while If you take
)odson's Liver Tone you will wake up
e'eling great. No satlts necessary. Give
t to the children because it is perfectly
armless and can not salivate.
FEATHIEII8TONE~ A KNIGHTI
Attorneys at Law
Laurena, S, C.
1hi Butsiness Intrustal to Our Care
Vill IHave I'roinipt ami (Caroint Atten
Ofilee over P'almetto Banik
Itr. Feath:eretonea will spend Wednes
dlay of each week In Laurens.
On Sale at
First Cotne, ifgt erved
In many parts (if continental Europe
the idea has prevailed since the Middle
ages that the days dedicated to S8.
Mamnertus, Pancras and Servatius
May 11, 12 and 13--or, according to
another version, to SS. Pancras, Sev
vatius and Boniface-May 12, 18 and
14-generally bring destructive frosts.
On account o. this belief, which has
been the subject of much scientile die.
cussion, both the saints in question
and their days in the calendar were
popularly known as the "lee saints."
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and
Enriching the Blood. When you feel its
strengthenig, Invigorating effect, see lmnw
it brings color to the cheeks and how
It improves the appetite, you will then
appreciate its true tonic value.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply
Jron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So
pleasant even children like it. The blood
needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to
Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and
Grip germs by Its Strengthening, Invigor
ating Effect. -0c.
No i.-PrCeh Potato Nlps mllade
daily. Mrs. J. C. Shell. 10-5
1''or Sile-Onie Silvertone ( rafanola.
"Was $50. Will sell cheap for caishli. Has
3:5 records. Mrs. P. \V. Aliller, 619
MCs \ain street. 10-1t
Wanted to lly-,Fre.sh Jersey cows
I with yoing calves. ENither grades or
registered giving from th ee to live
gallons daily. Solid color ujreferred.
I-_ow mut be straight and price rea
-onable. Write or ph1one Townes A.
Willis, Gray Court. 10-2(
.'otton 31111 Stocks-We are in the
lima rket for Watts 2nd Preferred, An
deCrsoni Sotor l'referred, Victor-Mona
ghian conimmon. United Agency, hic.
Phone -10. 10-it
olee-We will trade new tires for
Iold ones. We give a liberal allowance
.fo- your old tires. Da away with your
tir( troubles during the winter miontis.
[Don't wpit until the old ones give
away fa, from itown and then regret
that you had AptLgottell your ne0w ones
before. RemeiM r, an old tire is easy
Ito puncture. Goodyear, Federal and
Columbus tires and tubes. There are
none better. McDaniel Vulcanizing
Notce-I have blacksmith sholp at
Unarlisdale. Special 1ittention given
horse shooing on Fridays. U. N.
)ugl.ss. . 10-1t-pd
LOST--Saturday, double case JEgln
gold watch. Finder jo0ase return and
get reward. W. 1T. Reid.;' 10-it-p
Tiespass Nolicc---All persons ar e
forbidden to hunt or otherwise tres
.pass onl my place known as the Hardy
place. J. W. Dunklin. 10-it
Notice(----I will be in Laurens Studio
all (lay Friday and Saturdays until
2 1). in. II. Nicholls. 7-5t-pd
Music Pupils desired by a graduate
in piano of Randol-ph-Macon Woman's
College. Anyone interested apply to
Mrs. F. W. Clipnian, 657 South Har
per St. 6-5t-pd
Mo(nev to Loan--Loans on farims and,
city property negotiated. Applications
arandled with the First Carolinas
Joint Stock- Land Bank, the Federal
Land Bank, insurance companies and
other sources. Apply to Dial & Todd,
Attorneys, Laurens. 5-11
Money to Loan-The Planters' N. F.
L. A. is now receiving applicat.ions for'
loans on farm lands. Apply to-' A. C.
Todd. Secy-Treas. - 5-13t
See our Special Prices on p~hoto
graplhs and picture frames Fridays
and Sa'tnrdays. Call before 2 p. mn. on
Sa turidays. ii. Nicholls. .7-5t-pd
Good ir1es-t'heap at Counts' Sta
lRim Rtepair Patrts-For all makes of,
car's. Rim bolts, wvedges and clamps.
City Vulcanizing Station. 40-tf
Money to Loani on Improved farm
~Igni gt 7 1-2 per cenlt. TI. S. Black
w.ell, Allorne-y-at-L~aw. 42-ti
Money- to Loan1-0On improved farm
,and city property for a peorlod of years
tat sevenl per' cent interest. Bomar,
Osborne & 'Brown, Attorneys, Spar
tanbuig, S. C. 34-U~
Loans on Iteal E state-Funds Iimmle
diately available at six per cent. In
surances comp~aniep, Joint Stock Land
Bank, Federal Lantid Blank and other
sourcees. Apply to Simpson, Cootper
& B3abb, -Attorneys. .i-tf
.For Renlt-1 store room for renut, on
the nor'th side of the sdiiare, 1 maIn
floor, upstairs and basemnt. Metal
ceiling. 'Location best ini Lauurcns.
See L1. 10. 'Bullns at J. C. Burns & Co.
Lau rcns. 2-tif
B:,;uwng and TIes-Buy 01ur selected
second hand machinery re-rolled bag
ging and ties. All prices and grades
guaranteud. Phone 380 our- exponaeO.
U. S. Blagging Co., Gi-c-nville, S. C.
Soning-WVill do- all kinds of sewu
Ing, drless making es4peially. Mu's. (I.
W. Leg South Har-per St., Iaurens,
We bber Wagons--I have 7 mnedium
two-horse at $95.00; 6 light two-horme
$85.00; 3 heavy one-horse $f>0.00; and
2 medium onle-horse $45.00 F. Qi
Water-loo. These prices' are loss than
factor-y prices. E. V. 'Golding, Wateit
For Sale-isix to seven -hundred,
bushels lied Rust IProof Seed Oats i
flye bushel bagsa. Also . fifty bushels
H-astings "100 to 1", 850 per bushel.
W. 0; 'IAncasteri Ente/prise National
Simpson,' Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
WDl Practice in all State Courts
Prompt Attention Given All Businese
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Office in Peoples Bank Building
660 quickly reIeves Colds, Constipa
t1on1, B liIUUsCss and lleadaces. A
One 48-inch Circul
new, $85.00. Best grad
One new 8-inch 4.
mill, 72 feet long, price
very little, price $75.0
M. S. BAILEY & :
Handles All Ki:
Life, Fire, Heal
Protect Your Far
L. C. BARK
Office Laurens Nat'. Bank
This system of doli
and a few dollars
household business i
Business methods he
Amsrican people are
regulation is necessa
Do you know that a
bank will care for al
returned to you and
of, its paymnint, met
If for no other res
you should bank yoi
see about it. Our t
W. M. NASH
Terracing : Leveling
Gray Court, S. C.
C. E. Kennedy & Son
LAURENS, - S. C.
ar Saw, inserted tooth,
e, made by American Saw
ply Cotton Belt for sa'
for at once, sale $35. 00.
Riding Cultivator, used
0; first check for $35.00
SONS, Clinton, S. C.
ads of Insurance
th and Accident
, and Crop
s Real Estate
nily and Property
Bldg. Phone 409
NS, S. C.
ng out a few dollars here
there in conducting the
we entered the home and
recognizing the fact that
ry to progress.
checking account in our
I your bills; that checks
the record the -bank has
~n no more double-payingr
son than financial safetyq
r mloney. Come in and
me is not too valuable.