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Vol. 38, No. Ii 1 Iies
LAIURENS, S. (., Si-'.P. 27, 1922
01'Rl NIVNT GlO\'lit\Ol
'lhe firsi,( Iltm-IressiO11s of h'itos. G.
AleC11eod, the sta'sNxt CIhef execu-t
tive. were formed by Imaily people of t
.the state dlinig tile he:a.t of a giberiia
torial (amIiipaignll. First impressionIs
aIre not al ways best I II ipres sions, par
tietlarly' in ollitis, so a sketch of
oillr fture overnr. witten after hiiis
selfectionl for goverOr,% will nlo doutbt
hc imt nliltrm i : well as in(terestin)gi to
tiit large bloiy of citi.ens whilch has
not kn0wi1 hitu iersonll~y. SucIlh a.1
Aket oh has in'en -..ritio n by" 1-11ili A.
2\iil )osvel. ()I* Th Greenvilh I1:0ly
I'iedincnt. oh : :-orteid the c aImaign
for that ':iwr alit! was in a position
to be a '1ls (1bzrVeIr M \r. \clexid.
Or him .\r. .\leOwevll ~i inl The4
TI'l1oms G. .leli is umanli vcry
human. 11' i a racha hiilwaye.
thwr, i-s noth lllhine, al io suc -p
khh t him. IlIi-, 11:1md k alwa!ys ot
StIrt hIIed I or a heaII"Ir ty h mlha .
aMile is evN r !'OZ*ly for Hte 1n:11 h1w
I:rev ts. 1loe is never. ico bus11 to m s
slaking to a frienud. lie ik tull of lh1
man1 .ym::athlv: a :man of! lov::He anl
;1n1d disposition. Vride :il brag
gadciIlrk"o inl his Categ1jory. Inl'
the goveinor's oilie he will I of and
SIart of Ohe ieoplle lie vrvesw the 1i.
ftie' will he theirs. lie will loep "op..
(In house'' to his1 itlnds and o1 .will
not he -oni pis''l" when he eniters th
lir'Se1i'e o' t h' govt rnor tf South
Th'le lict r (.11, cf .\lr'. AIvI .\eb oq a's a
<almpaier w'l :Oways ho a :-le~aant
recollection. Not :I sutge-stion ofI :an
e pithlet, nlot one wvord that would not v
become a 'I 'htlistia in g ''titlma n fel I
from his lins Ithrou 'ghout ilt' long, hlard
weekhs of g:unpaig'. I Iis speechles I
wee devoid of iwrsonialities: Ihis pini
ate expressions werte cleani. .le lim- f
lressrdl al; wimlaie him closely as a
man of Imritv 'of thonght mand niole
Ite'ss of action.
'1,u1t 'with his tiderlnss, Mlr. MeLeod, 1
1 ,a:ima of tor'. eI. will figit whell I
figh tilig is neces:a ry. This was illus
trated diting the t ca Immign it .\arionf
whell one of the candidates for gov
tnor imide char ges of a '"r*ing." Mr.
!Leod iameiback h it with a stroi- re
plYv inl Is snwvvlh that day, tellinig th(,e
eolle that tie only "ring" bethind
him iwas a ma'ority of the good people
of t-he stat. \\'hen somi oe it eon. t
grattulated him on his "coite-back"
Sever''a l hiours later he said: \\'ell, if t
they thik I im a 'hag of iushli' they
are mistatkn." it tite \ wo weeks of
-'a mi igning int(ri1ng between the
first ild second pirimaries hlie again e
sho.ved his qu alities as :I fig hter and
a strong campairnler. ar- rying tle
ren. I--sibility of his 'a u.se heavily upl -
Onl hiIs sho1t't'es, hei muade thirit y
spieeches in theii sh ott space (If 7'J lioris
int lihe l'lil 1hnont 5(tion. In hi iiI
Greevilt iile spch''l he tohld thbe ipeople
he didi not like rows, -ht.It liat, wvhen
theyV were foi'iedt up;oni him i. lie was
not afraid to ftight. Ills reiply to cer
talin statements of thle defeated candl
dates for1 govern'ior' shiowed htis fightinug
So'ne (of Atir. Mle IeOd's opponuents of
fent ihIrew oft' ont hiIs joke telling. The J
hest explanationt of t his is rtim f'act
that lie enn tel'il a joke so well. And I
en('cs atll over the state have laughed
at hiis fine, ('leani stori'es. ile has th li
abi lityV t'o tell a storyW well and hei never
falls to get a laiugh, a fact that speaks .
wveil for his human side.
Mr'. -.\cTeod is highly reCspectedl li
htis homue t own, Bishiopvllle, where he
has alwiays been a leader Ip CevoPy- -
thin g for thle elvije improlii).'ietunt df hiIs<
comunulfty. lie is plain''"Tom"' to is
fellow townsmnu~i anid to aill of hi~at
closest associates. TBy the way, lhe
ntever' mindca 'being callicd "'Tom"u' even
on shor't acritian alce. In fact, he I
r'ather likes It.
i' is a stewarid in th1'e Methlod hat
cihurch'l at RIshop~vIlle tand Is the teach
(It of -the lienu's !ilhre claiss in that
churicht. 'Often hei has filledl the pull
JIlts of ilsiihuille in the ab~senice of
lpastors'. H-e is a (God-feaing mn and
his faith iq foutndedl on the Bile and
all of its teachings, -le has a brother
w'ho 1s a1 iister' Ill the Methodist
Thiomas (I. ie-Lend .carries less of
vindictiveness for other's In his heart
'than most muortails. it' the're was one
sting in himn 011 the morning after the
e'lection left by actions or wiordts of
his oppron'ents those labout him could
not dectect it. lHe holds no grudge
agalist those who did noA tipptort him
or voto for him.
Mr'. McTeod likes advice, but lhe will
not be dictated to In m'tnngltng the ef
fairs of the state. HeI is fully cap'.'ie
of "liaddling, his ownl calio", bult he
will always be ready and1( 'wIlling to
hear those who think they can t^ll
-him a bietter way.
Thomas y. Mcteod bids faji' to give
the state the .best administration it
hias -had in many years. Cer'taIinly he
wilhl -enter' the of1lce realizhtg full:' 9 -
responslbilities that are his. 'He willj
be the governor of all the people.
To Remove a Splinter.
$omnetlhnes a splitnter gets under the
1111 so solidly that it is difmiult to
dIraw out. If a cold water bandage is
'."ut around thle top) of the finger and
k~~ Iept wvet anid cold it will in time
HEIAR G00'D REPORTS
Wfoni's 31lssionary Iiitile of Pres
byterian Churches in Laurens Coui -
ty Met in the First Presbyterihan
('hirch September 0.4
The Womnnn's Missionary Institute
>, Laurjells county met in the First
PIIesbyterianl Church of this city on
eptember , fourteenth. There was a
'ery large de0l"itfioi, practically all
If tie Presbyterian churches of the
ounlty having delegates giving reports
>f the work their churches were doing
The meeting vas called to order by
he President Mrs. Oscar Illunter. Af
er a song service .lMrs. lituner invoked
lod's blessing on the ineeting. .\Iiss
tilia Irby welcoinned the guests for
he local auxiliary which was respond
A to by .\Mrs. It. A. Austin who spoke
if the institute being started in this
hurch Feveral years ago an( of its
rowth in work and nmmbership.
The regilar prograin was here set
side for tle Rev. T. (. Sqitires to pri
eit the cause Or hioni missions, le
alled the attntioli to thie fact ttt
ione of the churches inl this l'resb
(ry are ( iiaged inl extetiioii work,
Itch as branch Suniiday Schools. The
ital importance of "this cause" was
bown by the fa'-t that many ofi the
ToIups of Aaller ciurcihis iouhl be
', ofi t lhe .\ission o
1iitt e of, tie l'resbytevy. The lar ge r
idls of ;yubn loloe .liP.tin., wert
! c.(0rh e 'd, the spIeahlr m ention:.n '
:,e work at Cha iles toll. at Cn iti$(t
'olegt and the Evantlistic teama stI)
orid by tile Synod's commiiiittee.
1)!,r th-eading; o, 11ho linittten and
til al itd reports of Churches \irs.
\. I). lichfo l of ('rss ii ill :ang,
I I ll::d thie Voici of ,is is Say.
The r:est () honor of the Oecasionl
s <:Ii Of ot. l'ortij;nt tiiissionaries.
Ir. R. T. 1"oit of .Ko rea. !le gave ;
("y lde and inspiring alddres.. of our
liv-Sions in Korea, giving thle Ameiri
an ('ht itians much food for thoughtt
len he told of the wonderful self
alirificing spirit in the o(orean coi
4,1i and said we imiiglit <Illostion our
elves i f tIe I opet t hat we have had
,rI. hundreds of years is transforming
he livs ot our *,ople as it is doing
or those of Kore. Ih loran gov
rumitt ha!; scen that tle gospel of
(sus Christ is tile Only hope for
e'a and, therefore. they olfer no oip
At, the close of tili-i address, Mrr.
1. 1K. Aikci sang, ''Ile SLill and Know.''
A very encouraging and interesting
eport of our Young People's Confer
nce in Clinton this .suiitier was pre
inted by .\lr. I1. Wilson. Ile urged
hat the churches of this Presbytery
Iy ito win the cupi next year by having
he largest delegation, not so much
or the sake of the cup, but for the
vonderful help and inspiration the
onference gives for the work of our
.\rs. A. .l. Coeland gave a thiree
'im tits repori~t of our1 Woiker's Con
1rence thant met at (liintoin ,in J.1'
Ier notes weore Ilaken fronm (lie addtress
f Dri. .J. M. -W'els, Pres. of 0111 TIheo
:)gicalt Semtinaryv on .\odtern ism. Dri.
Vcllis sotund~s the warnting to us in no0
nceirtain terms of the dangers of this
Octriine' of this mioderiisml whichi is
it oldI dioctine clothedili it a1new dressQ
resenited in the forma of rationalism,
1' sociilism, or botlhevism,~ the dheny'
iig of thle fuidamtentals w hicht Chris
The Bible hour w~as condullctedl by
irs. RI. 0. Huntit. She read the firist
en verses' o1 the Gal. VI. The key note
f Iter' talk was of verse nine: "Let
5 inot be wear'tiy in Wetlloinig for ini
ue season we shatll rea p 0111 reward(."'
Shie said t hat CGod was ithe best Pay
tnster for woi k donte ini li s name.
'.ahe delegation was then init''ted into
he 1:asemen t of the chuirchi :where
uinhieon was servedl for the visitors
>y" thle bi(Ies of the 1hau1rens Auxiliary.
T1hie afternaoon sessiont was oplenedI
vith a sonig ser'vtce and( ai pray3er' b~y
3r. Rloss Lynn, Pres. of Tihor'nwell
)rphanage. tMrs. L~ynn then Ipresent
'dI thle cause of the oriphanage wihth
mtggestions of how we could all help
0 care for thlese wards of 01ur chtirch.
'verything that is tisefui In ouir home
s needed only on a larger scale for
he large Orphantage household.
'Mrs. J. M. Workamn, 'Pies, of all
hec County Inst itutes of the S. C. Pres
tyter'y was wvtih us, and1( toldh about Its
'ork and also that the offering front
hese institutes wotuld go to support
B ible Womn in China as a'.\iemor'ial
.o the young sotns of .\le. Donald 'Rtichi
tadsont who is bur1 ied in ChIina.
Mro. '). J. Wood gave ani encourag
.k. --- . 2: out' t.T' ':'' oehools for
Jhi'istian wvorker's at Richmond. Miss
boozer 'n one of the~ training school
.a - N re:l.t" er, Shte
biankelI theo chtur'tica for gi Ing her
hie OJopotuityt 0l' going to this school
ind -fitting her for .better ser'vlce.
The messnge fro&iMontreat was gIv
m by Mrs. Gleo. M. 'Wylight. She said
n partt "Montireat 'has been called one
if our greatest asets and Is no longer
p experimient. The men that planned
nd wt09dfor iMoptrpet WO~eO
All persons are hereby warned not
to hunt or otherwise -trespass on our
lands. All Violations Will be prose
cuted to the extent of the law.
J. 11. Nabers,
'Miss Mattie Nabers.
'liss billie Nabers,
Miss Janie Nabers,
Mrs. E. V. Ferguson,
$ SPECIAL NOTICES, $
$ O' 1
ost-One female liver and white
spotted setter. Finder please return
to V. B. Metts and got reward. 11-it
'ure Abruzzi Rye-Oleaned and
sacked, at $2.00 bushel, F. 0. B. An- -
derson. F. E. Watkins, Anderson, S.
Fairms Foir RentI- Several farms
near good siuool L rent io Iparties,
citier white or colored. with their
own stock. J. 1. Gray, Woodruff.
' Waefd----Hides and furs. Bring
them to tie rear of Fleming Brothers'
jewelry siore. You will find V. D.
Mloseley III Fleming Brothers' store. C.
1). 'Aloseley. ll..tt-pd(1
N o f('e-No hunting 01' tIeSpLISpinlg
of any kind will be allowed on my land.
Frank Posey. i 1-21
For Sale---Asi or poplar wood in 8,
I. 2 ft. length. Burns like coal. See
It. T. T. lunlap or P. H-. Calie, phones
1's" Or 4Ill. I I -5t
L.ibrary liourTs-he library will
now Ie open onl Tuesday -and Friday
afternoons from 1 to 5 O'clock. 11-2t
IBarbecurd Hiash-Friday for dinner.
llakely's lMarket. i-It
Waint'd -- Positioti as 0experiecled
.salesladly. Address "N. Y. Z", Lanford,
S. ('1. 11 -11-))f
Notie---1 will be in Laurens Studio
all <iy Friday and Saturdays tunt
2 p. i. 11. Nicholls. 7-5-1II
oitnev to Loan--Loans on farms iand
city property negotiated. Applications
:handled vith the First Carolinas
Joint Stock Land Bank, the Federal
liand 1anilk, Iisuance companies and
otlier sources. Apply to Dial & Todd,
Atlorneys, Laurens. 5- 13
Money to Loant-Thle Planters N. F.
L. A. is now receiving apiflications for
loans on farm lands. Apply to A. C.
Todd. Secy-Treas. 5-1.t
See outr Special Prices on' photo
graplis and picture frames Fridays
and Saturdays. Call before 2 p. i. on
Satnrdays. 11. Nicholls. 7-5t-pd
(ood Tires-Cheap at Counts' Sta
Rin Repair Parts-For all makes of
cars. Rim bolts, wedges -and clamps.
City Vulcanizing Station. 40-tf
Money to Loan oin improved farn
land at 7 1-2 per cent. H. S. Black
well, Attorney-at-Law. 42-tf
Money to Lonn-On improved farin
and city property for a period of years
at seven per cent interest. Bomar,
Osborne & Drown, Attorneys, Spar
tanburg. S. C. 34-tf
Loan. on Heal Estate-Funds mime
diately available at six per cent. In
surances companies, Joint Stock Land
Bank,' 'Federal 'Land Bank and other
sources. Apply to Simpson, Cooiper
& Babb, 'Attorneys. 4-tf
For Retnt--l store room for rent, on
the north side of the square. 1 main
floor, upstairs and .basement. Metal
ceiling. iLocation best in Laurens.
See 'l. N. Burns at J. C. Burns & Co.
1agring and Ties-Buv our selected
second hand machinery re-rolled bag
ging and ties. All prices and grades
guiaranteed. Phone 380 our expense.
Ui. S. flagging Co., Greenville, S. C.
Webbe)r Wagos--I have 7 medium
two-horse at $95.00; 6 light two-horse
$85.00; 3 heavy one-horse $50.00: and
2 meium one-hiorse $45.00 F. 0. 'B.
Waterloo. Trhese prices are less than
factor'y pirices. E. V. Gelding, Water
For Sitle-six to seven hundred
bushels Ried Rust 'Proof Seed Oats in
five 'bushel bags. Also fifty bushels
Hastings "100 to 1", 85c per bushel.
W. G. 'Lancaster, E'nterprise National
Notie---Prech Potato Chips) made
daily. Mrs. J. C. S'hell. 10-5t
Wanted to Buy-Fresh Jersey cowvs
wvith young calves. Either grades or
registered giving from three to five
gallons daily. Solid color pret'erred.
COows must be straight and price rea
sonable. Wi'ite or 1phone1 Townes A.
Willils, Gray Court. .10-2t
C. C. Featherstone W. B. Enight
FEATHERSTONE A ENIOHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C,
All Business Intrusted to Our Care
Will Have Prompt and. Caretfni ~Atten
O)fflee over Palmetto BankK
Sir. Fea~therstone will spend Wednes
day of each week in Laurens.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
ff11 Prae~tice In all State (oearts
Prompt Attention Given All Susindsp
W. M. NASH
Terraoing ... : Leveling
Gray Court, S. C.
C. E. Knnedy & Son
LAURENS, . - S C.
Df broad vision and have seen their
vision a reality, for 'ontreat breathes
the very atmosphere of spirituality,
You can ii't go there without being
benefited. Its message for our church
Is: "Seek flist the kingdom of Uod and
Ills righteousness." In the closing
Bible Hodr Mirs. W. 11. 'Neville spoke
mn prayer, taking as her .theme Jesus
beaching his desciples howl he prayed.
3he asked the question: If it was be
ause of our lack of faith in prayer
Iud the witholding of our gifts that
ur work for, missions is being held
The meeting wvhicli was one of the
est and most largely attended, was
losed by prayer by Mrs. Copeland.
The next aiinual meeting will be held
:ith the locky "Springs church.
SEE IOC DiIY (100DS ('O4UNi'EIt A'
1. C. BURNS & ('0.
VETCHl FOl SOIL HUt l1i)IN(G
I fairy \'etcli 'is best win ter legume
*e lave for huildilig soils and for
ay. It is less fool proof thiain any
tber witer ( legoiUme. It will not kill
ut dliniig the Wiliter. It will make
better growli on poor land than any
tler willter' legume. It gathers a
treat deal of nit rogen. If a person
"an et a yield aiotiuting to one ton
o le acre of tlie dii-led IIy anI(1 tuirn
un(ler you have inl fertilizing Vnlue
lere of .117 211oun(ds of nitrate of soda.
'hat ib. ili tle ha.yI and roots anid
Itree-toilrithlst of it will conie from thei4
il s fre i itrogen.
( tcI call b' lated a lone or witi
IaI giain for co\(-r crop. 16 lbs. per
crc wit i i l graiii, oi 25, fhs. per
cre witholit graiin.
Iiocilncei-ation 1.; inecessary for tle best
r!ow th. Soil calnn hi used from lanl
hat grew eitch last year or from tle
:arden tlin grew sweet peas orl 1ing
isl peas. 1111 the dirt good, dry in
ia(le and1(1 mpread the seed, dampen
Iem with water' that has molasses orl
ugar in it. and sprinkle tle seed good,
ii d then dus1,t tihle seed withii the soil
(t1rring them good. being sure that
-ach seed has som01e diit on them.
\'eteh seed is- sellilng for I6c per l).
C. 1. VATGHAN,
"RlED GO(O8E" SHOES BEST FOl
X110,11, F.UlL.--J. (I. Hj('tNS &
Stat eumini of fihe Conditioll of the
BANK OF 310UNTVILLE,
Io(ated lt 3lountlile', S. C., lit the
C(lOe of imsiniess Sept. 15, 1922.
.oans and )iscoums..$ 95,318.19
)verdrafts .. .. .. .. .. 1,010.05
"urniture and Fixtures .... 2,120.00
Janking House ........ 2,000.00
)ue from Hanks aid Bank
ers ... . .... . ....-5,428.80
u rrency ... .... .. . .... 533.00
old ............ 30.00
Wilver and Other Coin . . . .. 701.66
hteeks and Cash Items . . 36
Total .......... .....$1 07,5-15.31
~apital Stock -Paid In .. .. $ 20,230.00
urpilus Fund . . . .' .. .. .. 6,000.00
nd1(ivided Profits, less Curi
rent liexpenses anid 'faxes
Paid .. .. .. .... .... 918.22
)lue to Banks and1( Bankers 125.08
ndividual D)epos'ils Subject
t o Check . .. . .$22,226.81
avinigs Deposits . 15,000.00
lime Certificates of De
liosit ... ... .. 7,702.75
ashuier's Cheeks . 321.85 -15,251.41
Eills Payable, including Cer- -
tificates for Money 'for
1'owed .. .. ...,. .... .. 31,000.00
Total .. .... ....... . ..$0,545.31
stale of South Carolina,
County of Lauirens..
Before mnc came 0.- 1. Fuller', Cash
ei' of the above named b~ank, 'who, bie
nag duly sworn, says that the above
indl for'egolng statement is a true con
itlion of rajd bank, as showvn by thic
hocks of said( bank.
C. -M. FLLER~'A.
Swvorn to and suibscribedl before mit
hlis 20th doy of Se:tem-ber, 1922.
Correct Attest: -C. 31. 'Fuller, J,. M
Simmonus, WI. J. Chick, -Directors.
Urove's Tasteless chIll Tonic restores
E:nergy and Vitality by 'Purifying and
Enriching the Blood. When you feel Its
strengthening, Invigorating effect, see hctvw
it brings color to the cheeks and how
it Improves the appetite, 'you will then
appredate its'truo tonic value.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is' slmplyi
-ron and Quinine suspended in syrup. Sc
pleasant even children like It. The blood
needs QUININE to Purify it etnd IRON te
Esnrich it. Destroys Malarial germns and
Grip germs by Its Strengthening, Invigore
Bting Effect. 60c.
06 quIckly relieves Colds, Constipa
tot, Biliousness ad Hecadachies, A
br. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
One 48-inch Circu)ar Saw, inserted tooth,
new, $85.00. Best grade, made by American Saw
One new 8-inch 4-ply Cotton Belt for saw
mill, 72 feet long, price for at once sale $35.00.
One International Riding Cultivator, used
very little, price $75.00; first check for $35.00
M. S. BAILEY & SONS, Clinton, S. C.
Gulf Filling Station
Supreme Auto Oil and Greases
TIRES AND TUBES
We Vulcanize Tubes
FREE AIR AND WATER
Call to See Us
are of your
We ~ ~ b gurneot oiinAksbeso r
Lining~~Ae" an turwrmasiptziv:N
YEAR'S SER.VICE. Dominion fined brakes will
be inspected and adjusted without charge at any
Dominion Service Station. Come in today and
let us take ccere of-your brakes for ONE YEAR.
LAURENS, S. C.
f"I Don't'See Where
It All Goes To"
About once or twice a week you and your
wife wonder "Where the money goes." You
may be making more than ever but you seemi
not to be getting anywhere.
Maybe it is a lack of system. -You simply
"take in and pay out."
The first step in system is to see that out of
each -week's 'pay there is a certain amount
brought to our bank and put in a checking ac
'count. Then, yo ill plan and prepare to
F on thi/pre is bound to come a day
of looking ahead- to the other items and the
firs thig golane You will .see "where it
all goes to." -Your cancelled checks ate used
as a basis, of .ciifting a household budget for
the next month.
L irnin sn u worm ansi togie N
J. J. s tAA Pore sEour raKr EYA