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WILL BE SAVED
Setiuolas. "lig Trees" of (aiii Ifornli.
Not to 3100t the Axe.
Washiington, Oct. 25. ---The famous
redwood setquoia. the "big trees" of
('alifornia, are to he saved as a mat
ter of good busine;ss. What is said
to be the Iiost important step on the
Ipart of Irvt kll) mbering comlpanlies
towar( the preservat ion of tiht, nation's
tilliber sul';ply wats aninounced today by
tlie National I .tmbeur Alnlufactttirrs
association. Th t' nion ,mbier ('oil
panly, the l'acific Idimberl ('omiiany and
tle Me'ndocino 1lAtther ('om1paiy.i the
principal privatte colupallies ownltun
thle Californiat redwood forests, have
agrecd hereafter to condctlt their 111111
bering operationis ()I thet princeiple of
continuiouls producetion aald mainte11
ance of tl forhests as a whole.
This decision, says a statenent of
the national association, means that
Ihe redwood forest s, made t.) of the
aIgest trevs ext ant, aid he oldiest
living things. the seqttoia of the semt
pervivens speies. will be -inaintaitted
infinitely as a i ecoloi ci factor in tile
life of the nation and as on1e (If the
wonders of America.
The method of preseivation of tlt,
forest, it is uideistood, ineides cut
t ing of tilbetr in inore scattered
stanlds. while every preantttion is
taken against ground and high Iires,
and reforestation will follow upon
the steps of the ('litters.
Am11hW areas .f' tle forests will be
preserved forever inl tie saime state of
aged matittty as thley have been ever
since the coming of tIe white tnan and
possibly for thousands of years before.
The state of California has bought
areas of these forests for parks, and
lie Ilibermnii them sel ves have dolat
.Id arieas bordering mtuch traveled
The redwood region should not he
confused with that of the Sierra re
1tuoias, which are not numerous
('ntough to be of any great importaniei
:t is said. It consists of a narrow
stri, of land along the northern coast
of' California and overlapping ilit
Oregon, which is never more than 2:
mile wide. It covers about 1,:hiO0
a'rs of "h ich only about one-thirti
has been cut over, the renainder be
ing virgin. The tot a m 1i10outtt1 of stand
ing ti mbier is es;ti mated at be
iwern 60,000,000,000 and 75,M000,00,.00
feet, of whinh S5 per cent is redwood
M any of these trees aro more (fhat
i,000 years old; soimt have been ('u
tha.t are autthentically known to hav
been IA,7:3 years of age, and some ma
he as old as 2,000 year4. At the pres.
(.1lit rate. of cutting, about 000.000,00
!oet a ycar, the Stand iL eNected U
last about a century.
The rtdwood is ainong tlie most in
'eresting:, of the t It'' family. Althong
on11e of 'the longest living things, th4
redwood grows very rapidly and at
taiins a ieight of Ii0 to 20i) feet, wiit
a diallieter of three feet in tle first 5
years. The stands often run to I10,00
fe 't to the acre. .\l atour triiexs itItaini
height -of :i't feet ausi high ax a :
stotry building---and a diamieter or 2
It is i'ery perisixstent, hiiglIy Iir t
sist anlt, and ('spe('ia lly ada pled to ii
rrowit ihbcause54 it re'Produ(ices frot
siioutls, fromi st tumps anid from l'oot:
It hias been foun td prtactic'alIly impo.
sibhle to ix ter'min ate the liee excel
ut icire agri't:ltureC is miaintlained, ani
little oIf Its habiitat is said to' b~e si
abhle f-or' farmning. The tree has ni
very destru'ct ive inasect o1 fiungusx ont
mlier, and idecays very slowvly. A
lumbera -'it :nosexe onme qutalii
whIiichi ma I:e it higrhly pr'iz/ei. 1t
slow iurn in g and strion gly i'eslstat
to deccay. It is sof't and easily3 worke
fInilshesx well w ithl a p leasing colt
and grain and has an agreeable ft'
Ilf all the lumber compamnies in th
area thiat ar'e at !)rCeent intert'ed 0(
the '' lerpetutaI luminbe ring' idlea agi
to .idhere to It all but 141 per1 cent1 4
the California red wood will thus I
ijrotected, it wias said. With the pre;
ent laige suply oif Virgin tImber
wvork oin, It wa is dealar'ed the prese10
pr'oduiction ennlt be kep'lt upl indefinit
ly, wh ile the r'ed wood att Ithe same till
comes -hack to possesslin of priactilca
ly all of the origInal I ,:30,000,000 aec
excepIt ab'.out 1 00.000 acres suiitabhe f
Theli method of reforextation is e
sentlally that of protecting and e
couirag~ing the natuiralI and~ persste'
newvly cuttover' lands. Some of t1
logged--off lands wvill be par'thy restoe
ed wIth seedllngs. Without ar'tifici
pilanting, most of' the redwood hat
wIll come back -at the rate of 50,0
feet to -the acre, or more, In 40O e
years, 'If lire0 is kept out, nOW that ti
A close shave I
comforts and he
OWnerS havo (leeiled to admilister the
cutover land as a permtianent timber
cr'opi land rather than to convert it in
to cattle range or tilled fields.
Liocally the reforestationi decision is
declared to be of great econiomiic fiml
)ortancle hecan1se it lieans that the
present large logging, lumbering and
depieldent lpola)tiols of the redwood
vounitis will be maintained and that
thelre will be no abandon ed towns and
t) ui producti Ie wildeirn ess of idle
Itl-:Nil (ASTI PI(T"R'ii
Will be Seen sit Opert House Sat uir
diy. Noveimbher 411h.
The noew Irenle Castle pictuite. "Slii
ShoulIders," Which will be seen at
Opera Iouste Saturday. Nov. I, is one
of t most eitertaiiing screen Iwo
dictiolis in wIticl this chariling star
Ihas everi .9peared. The story is by
Chia r les K. Iliarris, the noted song writ
Ier, antd tle picture was directed by
The story is about the daught er of a
nl whvlo Is threatened with financial
The coat-dress is i
claimed the seasoz
most popular style.
is replete with ma
of this type.
are now ready.
sure to see them.
Cutting and Constr
Dress 1340 tion Guides are
35 cents each pattern.
Follow the cr
New fall styles in
Poiret Twill, Canton
Crepe; black, navy a:
Best outings, plain
colors and stripes;
- ,. 15c Yd.
Small checks and
plaids, fast colors.
25c and 35c Yd.
Lad Lassis Cloth
Extra width, 32
inches wide, in solid
and fancy colors; fast
Two Tone Slip
-New arrivals in to
slippers for fall wear.
two tone combinatie
wonderful values at
$4.95, $5.95, $
Buy these and you g
rUin. She agrees to marry her father's
chief creditor, in order to save the
family fortune, but death Intervenes
andI removes the man from her path.
Still another danger looms up, how
ever, when it Is learned that a note
forged by her father Is In the dead
111111's safe. 'lhen comes one of the
most sensational developments in the
story, and '\Mrs. Castle is called upon
for some of the best (1ramatiC acting of
In the enid everything comes out
happily and the heroine marries the
nepliew of the mian she had promised
to marry in order to save her father.
Mrs. Castle does a little of every
thing in this picture. She-wears beau
tiful an1d gorgeous clothes, drives a
fast motor boat, rides horseback. danc
es, swims and drives a fast car. It is
one of the best pictilres ever shown on
the ljaurens screens, and without ex
ception is the best Irene Castle ,pro
duction ever released.
Our Entire Stocks and Fixtures Must
be Sold, Partnership Business Wound
up, The L. E. Buns Estate Settled Up.
no The Store
owds, where yo
>d, valuable mer
materials of Tricotine,
Crepe, and Satin Back
Plain white and red,
35c, 50c and
The colors are fast
to everything. Comes
in all shades.
-Full bleached mer
cerized table damask,
pers 'Wool H
vo tone a ~~;hsey
ons are $1.50 and $2
6.95 Children's i
et more tops, pure wool at
' LAND SALE
state of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
B1ank of -Cross '11111, Plaintiff,
: il:Nrl Goodwin and Mary Eitha
Pursuant to a Decree of the Court
in the above stated case, I will sell at
public outcry to the highest bidder, at
Laurens, C. II., S. C., on Salesday in
November next, being 'Monday the 6th
day of t'he month, during the legal
hjouirs for such-sales, the following de
scribed property, to wit:
All that tract and plantation ofland,
situated, lying and 'being in Cross Hill
Townshiip, in lhaurens County, South
Carolina, containing eighty-four (84)
acres, more or less, and bounded on
the north by lands of W. E. Crisp and
Joe -ilitt, on the east by lands of Dr.
.J. it. Miller, on .the south by lands
belonging to the estate of Joe 11111, de
ceased, and on the West .by lands of
Joe 111111 et al. Said tract of land be
ig known as a part of tile Thos. H1.
tilli Spring Grove Place.
Terms of 'Sale: One-half cash, bal
ance to be paid twelve months from
date of sale; the credit portion to be
secured -by bond and mortgage of the
purchaser over the said premises,
bearing legal interest from date, with
leave to purchaser to pay his entire
Where You G
vice and Fair Pi
ur dollar will b
Clardy Co. Cut
Bobs ire very stylish.. Cur Bobs,
all colors, nre shoi at. Wells
We are showug i large line of
headed Necklaces, In all colors.
The latest novelty, Pearl Sau.
lolre for tile neek. We have them.
Beantiful novelties in hiand bags.
Lenther, beaded anl1d mesh.
Don't forget the new Pe hin
(Colliar anid Cuff TIrimings. They
are here andmi new.
New dress telinig.s in slide4,
bnekles, tussels and1( frlnges. All
here for your1 seleetlonl.
Have~ you seen our new Frenich
voile hand nmade waists. TIhese are
good values and. sellifig fast. They
lire ntot electrentlyv miade. Don't be
afraid of thle shioek.
Do you embroidedi i so we
have D. M. C. embroidery cottons in
ai lihades, and the colors are fast.
How about hair nuets I All colors
In F.ashlonette Donble MIeshu, and
-these are good ones.
Ask to see the newv emubroidered
toiwels,, hemstltcked pillow eases,
aind sheets we are shmowing in holl.
ool, and silk Pare threa
all colors, no glove silk h
.59 a Pair. $2
Vool Sox Boys' ai
lezngth, fanay Black, whi
x for children. and light w
Pair 15c, 25,
Laurens, S. C.
IOD PLACE TO T
Aid In cash. Purchaser to pay for pa- -
pers and stamps. If the terns of sale w
are not complied with, the land to be t(
re-sold on same or some subsequent ti
Balesday on same terms, at risk of b)
Cormer purchaser. 'f
- C. A. P'OWIlR, o
C. C.' C. 'P. and (. S. I.
Dated October 2, 1922. l.1-3t-A 1]
LAND SAIE i
tate of South Carolina,
County -of Lau8rens,
IN COIURT OF COMMON P'l0lAS C
T'he Federal Iland 'Bank of CNumubia, C
S. <., Plaintiff
II. C. I"zell et all, Defendant.
Pursuant o a decree of tle court
in the above stated Case, I will sell at
public outcry to the highest bidder, at 2
laurens, C. .II., S. C., on Salesday ini
Noveinber next., being dionday the 6th V
day of the month, during the legal I
hours for such sales, the following de- 1
scribed property, to wit:
, All that certain piece, .part(1 or
tract of land containing three hun
'dred and forty-seven and three-fifths
(3-17 3-5) acres, more or less, situate,
lying and being ol the Greenville and
Augusta road about eight miles west
from the town o1 Waterloo in Water
loo township, County of 'Laurens,
State of South Carolina, having such 1
uy a hundred c
in today. by bein
Beautiful Coats a
Llama, Tricotine and I
linings; black navy an'
0918.00 and $25.00 W.oIl
Serge i1arhoti' MiAdd Sils
'on sale' tis week at'
$7.95 and $9.95
No al tert ions.hl Real Vailues
Ldies4' heavy ibbled VTs -~c
50c the Garment
Panits perI garment . .50c
Ladies' Union Suits
Ribbed U nioln Sulits for'
$2.00 and $2.50
s' Silk Hosiery
d Bilk and Van Raalte -
:siery, all shades.
1.50, $2.50. and Ask
.95 a Pair Sh
d4 Girls' Ribbed ms
te, and brown; heavy derfi
: and 35c a Pair mort
:ape, n tes, courses and distances
Ill 111012 fully nopperi1 -by reference
) a plat tIlereof 11ade Iby J. (. Mlr
ni, surveyor, Sept 2, 1919 and being
ounded on the north by lands of
homas .\lartti), oil the east by lands
f .1. .. Joies, oi the southeast by
inds of .1. C. Simith, and on the west
y 'Saluda Itiver and the Goddard
inds, this being (hie same tract of
Ind heretolore coiveyed to A. J. Ow
igs, -by It B. Joies andl(] othlers *a
eirs at law of .Jane Ov wings !by 1eir0
ved lated tihe (;th of January. 190,
nd recorded in the ofilev of the Clerk
rf Court Ior Ialrels County, iI book
Cf deeds 12 at page 185 and eonveyed
Iv tihe said L . . Owings to 1I. C.
zell which deed has been filed for
'ecord in the olilee of the It lerk of
'ourt for I laurtens County, S. C.
Terims of Sale: One-half cash, ball
ncee to be paid tiwelve monthis from
late of sale; the credit portion to he
eI cred by bold alld 1mortgage of tile
iirchaser over the said piemises,
wcaring legal interest from date, withi
cave to pu rchIaser to pay 'his e''! -
)>(I in eash. Purchase(r to pay
)ipers4 anud staim1ps. if the teilis
mle are n1ot comliplied wIth, the I.
o be re-osld oil salle or some sill
luelit Salesday on same termis. att
)f forier purchaser.
C. A. POWER.
C. C. C. 1'. and C.
Dated October 1.1, 1H92. 11
Plenty of hints on
what the smart Parisi
enne is wearing may
be gleaned from the
20c to 35c
s 15 None Higher
ents worth of
Lnd Suits of Bolivia,
Poiret Twill; full satin
IL1rge sizes, lin an l
poinis, $5.00, $6.50 At. --
kel s, per* ir . . . . $1.50
- Children's E-Z
A lQ iz for bioys anzd girls
from11 2 to 13 yearsl
RI1en and11( ~ WraI)Iper, for
Ilufan1s inl 'oIt itad wool,1
50c, 74c and $1.00
to see our $5.00
ol Shoes for big
es. They are won
i values and give