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Id('llDSS. ('., MA"'. 24, 192d
V-'A' IN(. TH F I ".: t M.H1:
Thet cottonl erlop inl Laurens' county
th1I.- % ar m1 y1v not v.\ d 1.1010 bales,
a t rennen-ldous' drlopl fr-otn nearly 1;.5,000o
balh-s inl 19.11 It ook eveni a worse
rop) thai last year to 1onvillet tis that
tite h!ol .weevvil would actuailly put inl
is Ieective work ihere. He has ar
rivel with a vengeallce. \hile pros
'vcts- for farmiling un1der suc conidi
lions look gloomy, it is well to oh
serVe that tarmiig under similar (oni
dit iolis in other states has not proven
disaistois andl that rofitahle crops
a I he griowni . WO. believe that by
their isial coilrage and application 01
( o)Iiilul .en'se the fartImiers will over
cmllie their diliellties atInd that by ilext
year, a turn~i for the better. will be(ginl.
RULi BY VE1LI,0Wl RA(E'
IN SEiN IN ('-'NTiU'IY
Edilor ild Studeni Sees ('ollailse of
White aold ('rilan 1111nRaes.
sbury l'a -k, -N. J. Oct IS.-\\ithin
a liillred years the white and Chris
tiln raves will have lost their pre
dominiating in ihtuence in world affairs,
aigl withini a CCIIt*uy aniid a half the
yellow and .lohammedan peoIes will
sw eepj over tle facte of tle globe in an
iru esistible wave and become the
doiinilant power. It is a veritable
"ri,ilng ride of Islam" that WillIiaai 1-.
Airghinbaugh, editor of the New York
Copinercial, 13olivian representative
ill tle Tacna-AriciA land disipte, and
gldbe trotter of a quarter of a century,
foresees after years of intensive study
an4 research lin the religious a id
eco'iinoic probleis of the Orient, and
which -have brought lini con viCtion
that the Isocillied "yellow peril" is ii
deed a fact and not fancy.
Iron flects and mailed lists of tlie
Oriental nations of today or days to,
coile do not ilgure inl the portent
which spels the ultiniate effacing of
the civilized world, in the view of
Dr. Aughinbatigh. On the cont rary,
it is Ili' arapid ilelease ill :loppu liltionu
alliong the y.llow races. partitilarly
the -Ciiinese, with their ability to -ad
iially v>sorlb tilose nations withi wiielh
it come s in coitact, and the e'vuin o1re0,(
rapid spread cf tile .\olthaimiiedan Ie
The latteir. in )r. Atighinhaugh's
opinion, con.tjitites the 'eatiest men
ace, if' Indeed, it is pos 'Il to pla'e
onle lun ai planie of lesser impor~iit than
thle othiert. Not only has thle .\i lhani
miedan ireliigioIn, takenl tirm r'oot among
thle Ciniese, piartlett litrly those whose
territor1ial imthits abhoud oni the doains ~
of fol low~ers of the creed of .\lohami
med, butt it Is sprel'adIing south l and
'inrth and wveet. While, at the pre's
- 'lnt , its miost feritilIe field lis among thle
Ccl est Ial pele ll, nort hern Africa,. Al'
ghianlstn and India aire being wonI
Ill'. Atighinhatigh, 11s a miember('' of
he British eIrolera commnisslon stuidy
lng conditions ini iniai atid itn officialI
capacity in inmerouis 'other Ilitishi
andl( AmlCeiia ei xpled it ions to remote
cor'ners of the worl, hats been a close
stutden t of thle Ka leidoseopice changesI
of sottther-n Kit rope as affecting .Islam,
and~ thle slow 'turning o~f thle i'eliglous
.pendl tum ini China.
What lie found would take volumies
to tell, but Drm. Aughin batugh sums it
tip in thl ii manner:
"Trhe Mohammedan hats atI least four'
wives, the Christian only one. The
p)otentiaihties of popuilatin which thle
yellow race now holds, thereefore,, is
twice doubled as at irestult of the' con..
"Four or flye thoutsand mIles from
t-he outposts of the Orient, the aver
age .American gives the alarmniing I
*growthi of Mohiamnmedisnm in China on
ly cursory thought. lBut whlen It is
realizede~ that, at the present birthI
rate, 100 year's will see virtuallIy 1the
entirety of that count ry converted to
tihe creedi of 'Mohammed. with th'e
endo not in sight, ther' wvililibe dee'per'
"Wthat it means to tile civilized
wvorld is a suibject worthy .Of co:: 0
triation. There is no use hedging the
verity that, if the ,:resent iatce con
t-inUes, -the white r'aces will evgntnuill- I
be <willed out by the priocess of albsor'p
-tion, as the Chinese inltime haye ,ab. e
solbed every nation they came in dli t
2-cct contact with."
One factorf'and' only pie, ,.is 'de
ferl'ing theo, A'Yowth of 'of pnmed.- I*
C~~~t.hina,Jp&,- Aughlnbangh con- C
1'i~W4(and Mitat is the lack of ~
a to-e~ of 4 $Sy 11710p# cohdI-C
tions, the inability to cope with
disease, the subsequent inroads by
death into the teeming millions.
"I do not hesitate to say,"-he said,
"that when the .basic knowledge of
medicines and clean living of the
\estern llemispliere are inculcated
in thle Chinese people, it will only be
a pie(stiott of timlie beiore tile enr11eic
world will be overruni by followers of
I tie creed of .\loiained. As it is med
icine slowly i., making itself known
among tles trough imissioinaies, and
whlen once the great epidemics are
miistered, as tihey. will he, the birth
ra1e will be a score timies greater than.
tile ileati rate.
"Witi thle lphenomlinll increase in
populaoll, aid tile siScepribility of
peoplef living inl tro)icat l and semi
tropical lands to tle doctrines of AMo
hainned, a cnitllry will witness the
i~soing fi le white race from its
dolilnt position iln the world's af
fairs, while a century and Ii half will
see tlie globel overrui by th e followers
of tile .ytbian propilet.'
NOTCl(' 01-' E 11('l'O.
Sitn cof- Sollih ('arolina,
'ollity of 1,aur14,tens,
Notice is hereby givenl Ihat tile Gen
et-al Klection for State and County ofs
li(ers will be held at the voting pre
(ine(ts prescribed by law in said Coli
ty, onl Tuesday, Noveiber 7, 1922, said
day being Tuesday following tle first
Alonday in Noveii beri, as cibed
by the State Constitution.
Tile qualifiention for suffrage:
Maniagers of election req iire of ev
ery eIe'ctoir offering to Vote at any elec
tion, before allowing hii to vote, the
prodietion of his registration certi
liente aid proof of tle payment of all
laxes, including ,..oil tax, assessed
sagainst him anmd colleetible dttring tle
previons year. Tlie prodiction of a
ciertifiente or of the receipt of the of
liter altholrized to collect such taxes,
-hall be colicsive roof of tle pay
Seeiloti 237. Code of 1912, as anen-(l
'ii by Act No. C, special sessiol of 1914.
Section 217. Therie shall be three
epariate and distinct ballots, as fol
lows: One ballot for Representatives
in Colngress; an(1 ol b)(allot or (IOV- I
.1rniior, Laieutenant (overnor, State of
licers, Circuit Solicitors, members of
the ljse AA fRei-:( sentatives, State
einator, county otilcers, and one bal- I
lot for all Constitutional amliliend'nents
Antd special questions, each of three I
said boxes to Nbe ' apprelritiately Ila
bclled; Which ballots shall be of plaiti
white paper and of such Wi(tl and
lc"Itlth as to ('ont,1i the names of the
DAiiters anld (Itlestfoi. or- gIlepsionls to
lie oted 'or 01' iiion, clea11 anld evell
nit/ IhlhOut ornaient, designation,
ini'tilat~on, symbol or mark of any
kini ad lhatsoever, except the ilaille 01'
1l.On11s of tile terison or Piersonls voted
fcr and the ofl1ce to which such per
oll (..r !iersons ar'e intended to he chos
en, and all special Iluest ions which
nam11W1 or namines, Office or ollicers, ques
toll or quesitions- shall 'he wi'itten or
;riniiited( or tpairtly Written or partly
iinilllted tIbe-eon in black ink; and
stlch. ba-llot, shall be so folded as to
1OnWeal tile name or nlamLIes, (ulieStiol
0' quiestIons thereonl, and so folded,
shIall 'be delosited in a box to he con
ti'icted, kept and disposed of as here
in provided by lawN', and no ballot of
any ot her description found in either
of said boxes shall he couite..
On all s'liccial Iquestions the hallot
shall state tile (tlestioll, or (Iluestions,
i1ind shall11 thereafter have thle words
"Yes" and 'No" inserted so that the
voted Illay indiente his vte by Itrik
lng ouit one ( or thle ot herp of such'l wotrd1
on saiid bal11lot, thled wvord not so st rick
eni outt to lie counted.
Ilefor to cIhe hiour fixed t'r opeinilg
t he polls, .itanagei's and1( Clerks must
take cand sub~scribe the ('onstitutional131
oathi. The ChaIrman of the Hoard 61f
.\l anager's enni~ -din lister' Ithe dat h to
lie cithbetr imem ers altd to t he Clerk;
a Notarty PublI c mayt~ admlin lister' thle
oath Ito1 the4'(111 lhairman. Tihe -.\anagerst
'l ect th ei' C'haira andlll 1)( Culerx.
P'olls at each voting place mu lst hie
otpened a1t 7 o'clock a1. m1. anid closed at
-l o'clock. p. mi. Cxcept ill the ('it y of
'harilest on, where they shdi(l be openli
cd at1 7 ai. il. an11d'closedl at t; t. mn.
The .\anatgers have thle piweri to Illi
ai vacancily, and1( if' none of' the .\lan
:sci's attendd thle cit izens enni app~init
ltroim amflotig the 1 qul 31i'fied voters, the
.'tanagers, who, after' beinlg 51worn, canil
3'ondulict the election.
At the close of thle election, the l an
Igetrs and1( Clerk imulst proceedl publIeI
ly' to open thbe bal lot bioxes and countl
the ballots thei'ein, anid continue wi thi
out adljournmlent until the same is
rompletedl, andlc malke a statement of
the resutaifor' eatch oflico and sIgn the
lamie. \Vithlila three (lays thre'after,
the Chairman of thle Bloarid, oi' some
'in de4sinAi-tedl by the Board, musilt deC
irei' to,.the CJomi~ssioner's of 10i1ec
:10n the pol11 lIst, the bloxes contain
ng thibTballots andi wit tell statements
)f the i'esttlta of the dieetion.
At the said electIon qtialified elec
.or's will vote upon01 the adlOidtin 01' t'e
lectioni of amendmllilents to the State
.lonst ittionl, as hprovidled in the roi
owing Joit Resolutions:
A Joint Rtesol~ttion to Amend Aiticle
I of the ConstitutIon so [as to Athor'
zc the Towni ofkOireer t~o Assess Abut
lng Pr'operty *for P'eirmanent . improve
A JoInt Resolution to Almnd See
lonl 5 of Article XVII of the Constitu'
101n I'~mphwering the Glenerali Ansem-~
dy to -Regulate othe 'Pinting for the
A. Jpint Resolutin AAQ Amend -Se'- -
ion 5. -Aiticle X, -of thle ConlstitnutJen
lelathti Ic the f,,ii o. the 'Bon'ded,
'V.S l dCIrl('tA by Adding
e Pr'ovli so Thereto~l~ a to 3 ;m Dule -West
.chlool Distridti'No. 48, A-bbeville' (Couh'
ions 7, of Ar'ticlo-VUI'ai-ld'.S0etior ,
f Al'tll X'of t.h' tiitinji, so its,'
D:lhr t- th, Ciy f-' Benitfor( Frotn ~I
lie 'Pro pdonis j'I p''t. . ,
A Joint ~ResOd tioit-to Aflmcend ,Para
raph~ o,*gAtidx of thle Conutitution 'i
tolating.: tod bonded AIndebttdness of t
etlntiet, Townships, School Distric~ts, C
to., by Adding' .a Provso asto thejt<
ounty qtf Beaufort. ,
A rgllt -XesoIution to Propos 'ai
Amendment to Article X of the Con
stituilon by Adding Thereto a 'Sectiof
to be Known. as Section 13-A, 'lEmpow
eding eCounty Authorities to Assess
Abutting Property for Permanent im
provement of Highways. The provi
sions of. said Section shall iply only
to Heaufort County.
A Joint. Resolution to Amend See
tions 5 and 6, Article X, of the Con
stitiutioni, Relating to tie, Limit of the
olded Debt of Townships, by Adding
a Proviso Theretoi as to the Township
of Christ Church 'Parish, Charlestoi
County, S. C., as now Constituted Eim
bracing in Area of EalId Township the
Town of Motunt Pledsant, S. '.
A Joint Resolution to Amend See
tion 5, Article X, of the Constitution
Mfelating to Litit of the Bonded Debt
oif School Districts by Adding a Pro
viso Thereto, as to School Distric(. No,
10. Cherokee County.
A Joint lResolutiot to Amend See
tion 5, Article X of' the Constitutlon
Relating to the Limit of the TIonded
Debt of School lOlstricts by Adding 'a
Proviso Thereto as to the School Dis
[trict of the City of Florence in Flor
eneev County, South Carolina.
A Joit Riesolution to Amend See
tion 7 Article VIII of the Constitution,
iielatig to Amnicipal Bonded Indebt
dness, bv Adding a Proviso Thereto
is to th(. City of Georgetown.
A Joint Resolution to Amend See
ion 5 of Article XI of the Constitu
Lion Relating to the Formation. of
3chool Districts, Itc., by adding a Pro
Viso as to ertainl School Districts in
Pickens County. a
A Joint Resolution to Amend See
ion VII of Article Vili, and Section
V of Article X of the Constitution so
is to E'xempt the City of Spartanburg
'rom1 the Provisions Thereof.
A Joint Iesolution to Amend See
ion 7. Article VII, and -SectIon 5, Ar
ice N, of the Constitutiou, so as to
[Cxempt the City of fCnion from the
The followitig Managers of Eleetion
ave been appointed to hold the dee
ion at the various precincts in the
;aid County: I
laurens-O. V. i luff, E. 0. Anderson,
I. ). Gray.
lAaurens .\l ll-.Jo Avery, Jim Lewis.
Watt; Mi4lls-'H1. L. Senn.1. Sam 11111,
Ora-W. E. McClintock, .1. ,. Coo
Der, J1. -M. Wallace.
.Lanford--J. W. Lanford, J. S. Hig
Iinls, C. ku. Cox.
Pleasant Mound-E. II. Garrett, C.
C. urdette, J1. G. Rt. .\artin.
Youngs-J. ii. Abercrombie C. It.
3obo, A. R., Martin.
(rays-E. F. Fincher, 11. L. MeIn
ire. W. R. Balley.
Stewart's Store-C. C. Jones, 'Isau
ens N. Cook, E. J. Sloan.
Cook's Store-J. 1. Cook, R. R. Gar
rett, W. N. Stephens,
Thompson.'s Store-R. W. Gilliland,
1'. A. Thompson, E. Lee Nash.
Owings--R. 0. .Hunt, L. B. Stod
lard, -M. iR. -Hunter.
Gray Court-J. W. Wells, A. C.
Mhell, A. C. Whittle.
-Dials-P. .M. 'Hellams, Jno. W. Si
non%, E. 1). larris.
Woodville-fTaskell bray, '1aul
Babb, .1. C. -\ahaffey.
D'hilohi-J. L. Power, J. If. Wolff. -l.
Hickory Tavern--J. W. Kellett, Todd
Knight, -W. M. Abercrombie.
iPrinceton-T. J. Freeman, W. -I.
\Ionroe, Gco. E. Taylor.
-Poplar Springs-J. P. Simmons, EJ't
ene 10. Simpson, W. I. -Davis.
Daniel Store--G. '. O'Dell, T1. L.
\iartIn, -\ 1). Mitchell.
IEkonm--J. C. Me'DalnieL (. C. 11111,
WV. W. Culbertson.
Ti) Top---A. W. Simins, It. M,. Riser,
Mt. Pleasant-G. M3arvin. M\oore, iR.
P. Chaoeman, C. P. Finley.
Pearce, .1. Frank Anderson.
Cross Iilill--A. 31. 11ill, H. L.. ..\low
Mouintville-.\I. [1. '2risp, S. J1. Rasor,
i1. C. Wat ts.
H-opewell--i I. H. WVorkman, .\l. A.
dannon, L. L. Yoting.
-Lydia Mill1-C. 1i'. Wrenn, R. V. Cbpe
landl, .1. itt. Stewart.
Clinton Mill---F'. A. Gedeist, .1. Hi.
WVhitmire. R. J. ..\eCravy.
Goldville--Jas. L. Browning, .1. C.
I lam, \Vatts Stewart..'
-Ren no-J. R. A'alt, ..\. '). .\Illam, -I).
Langston-F. L. D)onnion, S. TP. Clark,
\l. M. Poole.
'rTe .\ianag'irs at each precinet
riamed above aire retuiestedl to dlele
tate one of their number to secure
>oxes andl blanke for t-he eletlon at
he. Clerk of Court's oflIce.
R. M. WAEGON,
>D. W. MASON,
A. C. OWVINGS,
Commissloner's of State and County
IElections for Lauirens C2ounty', S. C.
)etober 18, 1922. 15-2t
p SPECIAL NOTlIES. 9
Fresh Sausage-Wve will hiave fresh
sountr'y sauisaage every Friday and
'aturmday. 25 cents per pound. Ow
igs & O'Aings. 15i-tf
For Male-Nice 'ecut ch rysan thenntams,
Ilifferent colors, at $1.00 to $1.50 per
lozen. .\lrs. .1. 0. Sullivan, 661 South
LFlaner, St. Laurens. 15-1t-pd
Lost-aweater' at -base ball park
I'uesday afternoon. Please return to
hiertin ,Miller at -Laur'ens Dru'tg Co.
Lost-One female settor puply, black
jaired and-ears. Black spot on brick,
RLeward for information. Henry
Str'ayed or Stolen--One black back
ellow l'eg~houd dog two yeaars 'old.
ett as cnpwld .. 'Answers to "name
BJobW?.,. odd'reard for'any informia
ioi-':os- te' his hereabouts. OGo W,
Vebb, Owingsn. 101,p
Lost-Tuesday mftrning between
,aureis gp4trinceton...haldbag cQn
lnting i . s' tanUIcoat suit,.skirt and
ther things. ~'nder klease return
a &vrie ead'rdl e
~ 4tdH-1iyn orddt
For Sale-Six to seven hundre<
bushels Red Rust Proof Seed Oats ii
filve bushel bays. Also ifty bushel:
Hastings "100 to 1", 95c per bushel
W. G. Lancaster, 'Enterprise Nationa
For tent---A t'wo horse farm knowr
as the J. A. Fowler place near War.
rior Creek church. See me at Lan
ford. Miss Caarrie C. Fowler. 15-i-tI
For tent---Seven -room house or
..Sullivan street. Apply to 413 Souti
larper street. 15-lt-pc
- Wanted-To know who it was thal
told me they thought they had W. I.
Crisp's 13eagle bitch. S. *N. Crisp, al
Carryteria, Laurens. 15-1t-pt
Ileistitehling-rirst class hemstitch.
ing al(d picoting. Mis. J. W. Thonip
son. 70.1 Irby Avenue.. 15-2t-pti
For Itent--Two rooms %with watei
and electrie lights. Mrs. Fannie 11
Stole, 226 Gordon t. 15-11
4.0J0 lteward----For the person find
lig al returning, or to the perso
givimg me any direct informatoil
whereby I may find lily lost setter (log
lie is an extra large setter, solid
white in color excel)t a .black spot il
the top of head about the size of a
silver dollar, .and a little black on hih
left ear. Answers to name of "Scott"
Ile was purchased .by me about ont
week ago from Mr. Henry Rasor ol
Cross 11111, S. C. C. T. Latimer, Wattr
M ills. ,1 - t-1:
For Salu--Teefer's More-IEgg tab
lets. Makes your hens do doulble duty
$1.00 package for 410c. Carl B. Roper
'respams NotIce--All persons arc
hereby warned not to hunt or other
wise trespass on our landa. All vio
lations will be prosecuted to the ex
tent of the law. T. Mac Roper, Grov
eI- ". Roper, W. l. Abercrombie, 1i. M
Notle--All persois are hereby
warne( against hunting or otherwise
tresiassing upon i my land. Violator
of this noticeswill be i:)rosecutel to the
fullest extent of the law. C. 13. Tay
lor. -15- 1t-p)d
Not lee-I hereby forbJid anyone
from hunting or otherwise trestiass
ing oil my land. - A. W. Chapman, 'Cokl
Point. 15- It-p(
Pure Hog I1inr4 and Pure Pork
Sausage every day. M. .1. Blakely's
Oliningg Notlee-Until further notice
our gin days at Madden are Thursdays
an( Fridays. J. 1). Culbertson.
For Rent--iLarge con crete house, 2
baths, suitable for boarders. West Lau-.
rens street. C\irs. L. E. Burns. 14-tf
Noilce--Widower, 5 feet 9 inches
tall, auburn hair, gray eyes, good
looking, fair complexion. age 55,
weight 155, income $100.00 per month,
no children. wishes, to , correspond
with ladies from 40 to i5. Will marry
if suited. Who will (be the '1rst one
to wr-ite? Photos exchanged. Ad
dress "A. B. C." care The Advertiser,
Laurens, S. C. 14-2t-c
hlogs-Forty thoroughbredl Polanc
China bred sows, bred gilts, opeln
-ilts, two registered )red sows, and
ljork hogs. P-ice 12 1-2c i pound. P,
B. Bailey, Jaurlens, R. 3. 14-2t--i
T'o IRent-Store room on the north
west corner of the public square in the
eit# of Laurens, lately occupied by
lilgo Cash and Carry store.' Sad
store room is offered for rent at, the
risk of 11. H. Henchoff, 'Lesse-. R. M.
Babb, Attorneys for owners. I1-ti
Notice-i have a one-horse faNm
with new comfortable four room 'bn)
galow, :well in yard, land high state
of -cultivation and practically level,
with branch running through I he
farm. This farm and house on high
way. I will rent this farm to reliable
pleople who can 1-1in themselves, fot
six hogs weighing :100 pounds each.
Come to see me, you will -be ,pleased
with 211y nroposition. William A
Moorhead, (Goidville. 141-41
Laiie~ls--I would .be glad if the la
(lies would call and see samples of
good1s I am selling. I have a line of
goods of the, latest New York styles
such as Kis Cr-oos Cralpe. Cr-epe-de
chine. Canton Cr-epe, 4.\atelassee, \Vool
and Silk iPonigee, .Poliret Twvill, Ser-ges
etc.; also beautiful Coating, Velvets
Hlandkercehief Linen in all colorn;
WVindowv Curtain and Dra-per-Ies. Mi-s.
R. L. WXolff, 429 'Church St. 13-t:
Monev to Loan--Loans on far-ms and
city prtoperty negotiated. Applications
handled 'wvith the Fir-st Car-olinas
JToint Stock Land Bank, the ;Feder-al
band Bank, 'insur-anee companies and
other sources. Apply to Dial & 'rodd,
Attor-neys. Laurecns. 5..1:
Money to Loan--The 'Planter-s N. F.
L. A, Is now receiving applicaions foi
loans. on farm lands. Apiply to A. C.
Todd. Secy-Tr-eas. 3-13t
Oood Tires--Cheap at Couints' Sta
Rimt Repair Pat-o all makes of
cars. Rim bolts, wedges and clamps.
City Vulcanizing Station. 40-ti
Money to Loan on tiprovedd farmiu
land at 7 1--2 per- cent. H. S. Black
well, Attor-ney't-t-aw. * 42-ti
Money to Loan--On imp~rovell fam
and city property for a l)erIod of yearst
at seven per- cent interest. lomnar,
Osboruio & lirown, Attorneys, .Spar
tanburg, S. C. . ..34-ti
Loans on Real listate-Funds Ime.
diately available at six -per ''cent. In
surances companies, Joint Stock Latid
Bank, Federal Land Blank and .other
sottrees. Apply to Simpson, .Coyg
& babb, Attor-noys. 4-t
Ple.~tng--All kinds of "acc6idai,
side or' boI pleating by steam .prod
cess. Also furnishied rooms for- rent.
Mrs.-'Geor-go S. McCravy, 'Phone- 20S. i
For Sale or Renit--Four' -orp'o. farnm
near Lisbon church. J. T. A. Balled,
U~nion, S. C,., or 13. 31. Wolff;'- Indrett'
- . - 12-51
For . Sale.-1 year- oldi apple -treesi
1early *H ar-vest 'Pinson, Ben-. ,Diavis,
Arkcansas Black Horse and Juno Ap
lle..- P3rces reasonable, (M. -H. Hun.
ter at 1-unter Bros. 12-tf
*ari For Rlent--Several farms
nytt good schools to rent ,to ilparties,
either whiite oi' colored, with teheir
ovn stock. J. P..Gray, WVodrift
t~r. T L.,Ti1me 10a
%W. M. NASH J. C. Burns & Co. Entire -Stock for
Terracing : Leveling
Gray Court, S. C- The World
Simpson Cooper &Babb Looks, Brighter
Attorneys at Law.
If You Have
Wil Practice in all State Courts
Prompt Attentlin Given All Business Correct Glasses
To Cure a Cold In One Day
rake LAXATIVE BROMO Q JININE (Tablets.) I: the world wilt look
stops the Cough and Headac e and works off ti.
Cold. E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 10c Ilt ito are vroperiy
____________________________________ e wih Ow he ri-lit kind o"
DR. FELDER SMITH (,lss. Ever'thing will ap
. J ),~ rosier. Tlhere 's nothIing
OPTOMETRIST more I IUIICII Ilian a. man
Clinton, S. 0. i ee(i or gjasses, and wi(
Offices: Jacobs & Co. Bldg.
MODERN EYE SERVICE
___________________________________________ Na hiiiid 1'ev of charge anI
W( We~ill t ell yolu what you)
C. E. Kennedy & Son needlasses we
Funeral Directors I(1Iyoll 80.
Embalmers H. HOUGH
LAURENS, as..S. C. OPTOMETRIST
We handle the Fisk Red Top, Fisk
Black Top and the Perfection automobile
inner tubes and casings. -Try any of these
'brands and be satisfied.
Vulcanizing of the Better Kind
Our Work is Done Right
We Fix Punctures in a Jiffy
JOE F. SMITH, Mgr.
We carry parts for practically
every car in use in Laurens. We
carry the largest stock of parts
-Come Here for Necessary Parts
Opposite Burns' Store
'SHOOL-, TB LETS,
%tAl5c T lilts 3c, 4q ad 5e
35c,4&. and 50c a 1ozeb"
Blackboard Crayon, 35c Box