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Etbe Zlbbertiser
Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year
Payable in Advance
Published by
ADVERTISING PRINTING COMIPANf
Laurns. S. C.
advertising latej on Application.
Obituaries and Cards of Thanks: Ono
Cent a Word.
Matered at the postoilice at Laurens,
I. C., as second class mail matter.
VOL,. :8, NO. 22 10t PA ES
L AUR'E NS S. (., DE('. 13, 19*22
T fact that ti IL'aurns BIusin ess
Leagilie hits uidertaken tgI Iiderwrite
a carl of calcium arsellate to be sold
t) fFarmers of the couity at cost
should lend a ray of hope to Cotton
farmeirs. Considering the fact that
calctiuin arsellte is rapidly increas
ing in price ald that an actual short
age may exist before thet poisonling
sexasoln is over n ext year,' the purchase
of this crit at the present time prom
iss to i mean mitch to the county.
* * *
Tihe lit'isinoess LIaguie has brought
Ihe -lirst years work to : (lose. Duhiring
the past year- the league has had a
hand in nearly every progressive
moveet ill the city anid county. It
helPe Pe romlote the ew w'ater plant
n1ow IInh-r vclstruct iont: it stood be
hinld the street improvement projects:
it hasteled the erection of tile sorely
ne'eded coonty jail: it was very -help
fill ill organizing tlhe co-operative cot
Ion associatioln, 'and only yesterday unl
dertook to underwrite a car. of cailliim
a rsenate for the farmer.s o the conI -
ty. It has been doilig a vry valuable
work for the city. Yet, there ae 1111111
erous blusiniess and professional men
of-the city, who are dirctly blnefitting
frolm these4 activities and Who are'
iiss;ing the social frea toures of tile or
;an ization who ought to be memlirils.
Why nlot join and ll p along?
.JUDGE F. It. GAllY
I1D 'IHUlRSD AY
Well hinonl Circuit J1 udteI Passes
A way it Sister's liome14 Ili Charles.
toi.
('hrleston, -1)ee. 7.-VFrank Boyd
Gary, circuit judge. died here this af
tc'rnoon at the age of 62 years. Ie
had 'been ill here at. the home of his
sister, Mrs. Marie Gary Eason, for
some tim(. lie was a brother of Chief
.lusticte Etgene B. Gary, of the state
siu iremte court, who arrived tonight.
For thirty kears, Judge Gary
wvas active in the political life of
South Carolina. From I890 to i100 le
was continuously a member of the
Statc GIlouse of Representatives from
Abbeville olinty, having been speak
er from 1895 to 1900. Again in 190 hpt
was in the louse .\larch (;. 1908, le
was elected I'nited- States senator for
the tillexpi'ed t erm of Asburv V. La t
imier', dleceased. lie wats a tmcIiei' of
thie state coniist ittion al conivenit ion in
I1595 annd a ciel egate-at- a rge at the
naltionial lI emtocr'atiu conivention a't
I*inver' in I1i0s.
Abbe~ville. county', .\arcit 9. I \in. lHe
'was admliittedl to thie lbar in ISS I, Iliae
t icing for years'. in ..\~bbeille. Jlanuiary
1. 7. he wazs married to .\iisn .\lar'ia
Tee Evans, of Florence.
'frs. hary, the wvidq w anid Frank
licyd Gary. .ii'.. their only child, wiere
at -lUdlge G;ary's de'athhied Tlhe' body
v;ill ,be taken to Abbteville' wget'tthe
lutnejalI will he hidii at -1 o'clock SaturtI
day rifteinoon.
l~'ESYTiElIIA N 411Utlil SO(IA I
l'Inening'. Flffs for' Orphilanaige (o lie
Announcemient, was macde Sunday
at the Pr'esbyt erian clhiichl, of a soc'ialI
nlext. 1Friday evenling at 7: :*4 to :30
('clock. E'ver'yone( is suppiosed t
briindai iloutnd of somlethinog good to eat
and a us'etill gift..to pre'senit to the
Thoi'''ttwell *Orphanage. The social is
undilcy the auspice' of the Senior' anId
'Inteil nediate Citristian Nndeacvoir so
eletiesl andb the Invitation Is to every
men lo1 of the chlurch and congrega
tion fi'tears of a'ge and over.'
Thidy style this a "Miacellaneousu
shna9>'h ihnie rThe pas
tor c'dhfesses ignorance as to just-what.
this kindl of a "tshower" Is, but maybe
you Ubow. Comb and enjoy the even
. Lecture dinlay-Adg'e
W . Ctddo~ lprof0essor of agr
culttfye, ClemiseM college, Is to make a
p~ubli addre'ss at Trlnity-Ridge school
house Fiday nIght, D~ecembe' 15ith.
The subject of his address has not
been annfounced. The pubillic is invit
ed to atttend.l
Citrd of Thanks
We wish la se~te~d our heartfelt
thanks to 40 pur' neighbors . and
iendtsyihor ti r y kindnesses to uts
durridgehe ikon death of our1
sstn, Alton;
K .,.M. pari f W E Wilson.
WELFARE BAIW
I1FLECTS DOZIER
Succeeds Williams. Began Monday.
New Secretary Is Wearer of Con.
gressional Medail of H1onor and Oth
er. Decorationls.
The, State, Sunday.
James C. Dozier of Rock 11111, wear
er of Ile coigressional mlet(tI of honor,
was Saturday elected secretary of the
state board of public welfare to suc
ce(ed the Itev. (. 'Croft (Williams, 1who
recently resigned. 4Mr. Dozier has
accepted the secretaryship and wild
assume his duties Alonday moAning,
Governgr liarvey, chairman of the
board, annotnced.
Major )ozier was chosenl hy a sub
committee consisting of Walter B. Wil
bur of Charleston aundl C. W. Coker,
of liartsville, and yesterday this choice
was confirmed by the full board. Mem
bers who were not here telegraphed or
telephone their vote to the governor
and in this way a unanimous choice
resulted.
Major )ozier is one of' the outstand
ing leiroes inl the recent war and is
one of four living So'uth Carolinians
to weatr tihe coveted congressiona I
medl. Jlie is a Wofford alumnus. -He
has been in business for a number of
years and Itis selection will doubtless
prove popular throughout the .state.
lie is itn command of the Third bat
talion of Sout.h Carolina National
Guard with the rank of major and has
long been identified .with guard work.
Major Il;ozier married Miss hula alAt
tle of Laurens, who was graduated
from Wintirop college in the class of
1119. They have one child, James C.
Dozier, .1r. 1.\lajor )oziCr is anl aC
tive member of the Aethodist church,
a director of the Rock HTill chamber
of commerce, a director of the Rock
Iill chapter of the American Red
Cross ald a Rotariatn.
POSTIASTERS SAY MAIL EARLY
Su.gest.ilons as' to Holiday Packatges.
(thi. Christmas Parcels OT Early and
NAvolid Congestion of Last Few Days.
Postmasters throughout the country
have instituted their campaign or
"wrap sectrely and mail early" for
the Christmas holiday period. Of all
the places where there is coigestion
the last few days before Christmas
tle mails are the worst and tihe postal
clerks are the most ovemrvorked of any
set of employes during this rush.
To assist .in the campaign to get
the people of tihe country to mail their.
packages early the postoflice in hand
ling the Christmas packages and as
sure their delivery on time. Christ
mtas or Red Cross stamps may )e plac
ed on the packagest mailed. but they
should always be on the back of the
letter or parcel, the front being re
s cerved for thue address of the person
to whom the letter or package is sent
and the return address of the sender.
The following is tle list of "things"
that should be (lone to insure a pack
age going through tle mails in first
class order.
Wrap with tough paper.
Tie with a stoutt cord.
Write or printt a plain addlress with
intk.
hatnu corner.
Attach addrtess to atile itself itt
Iitnclose art icles; liabl e to breaka..e
itt corrtiga tedl 'apet' ori woodlen boxes
andt~ pack ini excelsiot or s intilar sub
-If ('Otenitts ar tper0 ishabtle or fragile,
tmarkP the packhage conspticiotusl y or
haive' mailing clerk( to do it for' you.
PThintk of the miles it mtust travel,
r'ubbinug uip against other paricelIa,
htandIled andt rehiand Iled.
WVhen ready to mtail, give it thte
'oncee overt" for thte fol lowintg:
Address ---Returnt address, stamps,
wrapintg, packing.
31lail it early.
HIUNTJNG ll(I~iANDS
Sultitni's Flightf Leaves In Hadit Plight.
Cottstantinople, Dec. 3.---Rafet Pasha
is trying \to flndl husbaitds for' 150 wo
ment, memhers of the forner suiltan's
haremt. The women i'ange int age froi
17 to 35 year's. All of thtem are penik
less.
Rafet also is anxious to solve the
fate of the formter montar'ch's .umeiir
erous progeny ats wecll ats that 'of 20
p~rinces andl~ .princesses of the royal
,blood. Sitce the sultan's flightt the
(Nationalist gcernment has been suip
lorting thtese women, in additIon to
140 enutcha and many ser'vants. The
government has 'decided these ipeople
must shift for thtemselves. Womtent
of the htarem whlo. are unable to find
husbands ,will 'be -permitted to r'emaint
in Constantinople, b)ut thte r'emaindler
of sthtem wvill 'be sent to 'the- interior.
Trhe most ofi the women ai'e Circas
sians gtnd are desci'lbdid as "c'.naingly
attractive." --,
"It .ought not to- be difficult to find
-huginands Or helpmates 'for 'these yvo
meni," flaid a spalace fuznctionary to
day., "Tley all e'oe select,ed for t t
beausty, youth, and figure. MothifN
tom 'were gifts o the hhltan r
have natchless complexions, dark eyes
and long chestnut colored hair. All of
them are very religious, faithful and
affectionate.
"Since th'eir imperial master has
left them without 'support, w-e must
find husbands for them or they will
starve. All they expect Is a modest
dowry. The woien indeli u0111V law
will be returned to the husband if he
should desire to dIvorce the .woman
lie marries."
PIREPARING FOl H1ZAA
Ladies of Gray Court-Owings School
imp rovement Association Preparing
for interestilug EVent.
IContribuied)
Tie ladies of the Gray Court-Owings
School Improvement -Hoelition air
busy getting ready for the bazaar to
be held at the school building on Fri
day, the 15th, beginning at 2 P. "M.
'rhe special comimittees are making
1inal preparations for the attractive
arrangement In auditorium of the sev
eral booths--fancy work, "liarvest,'
candy and peanut, and cake.
Already the children are looking for
ward to "going 1-fishing" in the "'fish
onld". -
Dinner will be served i the base
inctit from 5 to 8 P. -M., the menu be
ing as follows: turkey with dressing,
steaeid. rice, gravy, macaroni, potato
L-hips, chicken salad, eranberries, cof
lee ald cake.
The basket ball game at thiree
o'clock will be Free to all, also the
musical program given in the audi
Lorium at seven o'clock. This will con
fist principally of Christmas songs by
the school chiftdren. 1verybody is in
vited to conie and enjoy the occasion
and to help .secure the much-needed
light and water plant for the school.
PA1,ME'TTO LODGE, No. 10, A. F. M.
A special communication
of Palmetto Lodge, No. 19,
A. '. .I. wvill behleld on
, Thursday night, fDec. 14th,
at 7:30 o'clock. . Members
are urged to be present and visit
ing brethren welcome. Work in .. M.
diegree.
By order of
1-3. 0. ANDERSON, I1.. L. SMITH,
Sceretary. W. M.
0, se $ - $ 0 4 e 0
0
4 8PECIAL NOTICES, $
*
* S * S * S * S * S *-3 * S
Canl es--Fresh home-made candy
for your Christmas eats. I am iow
mllkilg the most delioIous'of cand(es
for the holidays. Let me have your
orl g'. One-half pound boxes, ope
potIhd boxes, two pound boxes, and 'live
lcund boxes. Wafer mints a specialty.
Mrs. W, E. Meng, phone 175. 19-5t-c
For Sale-Case Traction engine and
Liddell saw mill. Terms to right par
ties. S. N. Crisp at Carryteria, Lau
rens, or -11. W. Crisp, Mountville.
22-It-pd
-Lst-fNear Oscar Stone's, one white
and liver colored heague bitch named
"Beauty". Reward for her return or
Information as -to whereabouts. Car
los lloyd. 222')
- For Your Ford--SIil)e attachment
ihat saves around forty p ercent of the
Lasoline and makes motor run much
b~etter. -Priep $4.00. Guranteed. CVan
refer you to satisfied buycrs. M. -J.
Waunteud-Fruft cakes to hake. 75c
lii it is preparei'd. $ r.00 if nort. Mrs.
WA. Rl. McCuen. 22-1 t-pd
I1't-Na .Ioun l leasant1 chui'chi,
one smallI female hiounud. Shne has
rat her long :oar'se halir; coloir whIiite
withI red spIeckleIs anid s pots andl~ tip
o~f tail has boeni but off.yhe ainswers
to name of -Nell. indr p llease no0
l iiy TIhios. WV. H~'enet, P. 0. ilox 3i.s5;
l.aurenms. 22-It-pd
louhir'or Sale-- We hiave on hand a
bilg stock or fiesh flour' at the right
pic(. 'Try us and~ b)e pleased. J. 171.
Sullivan,~ lauirens. 22- it-pd
('ord Wood-75 cords of sound 1)111
slab~s, sa:wed in li5 inch lockhs. Makqa
flue stove woodli $2.00 cash per1 coi'd
at my home. Grover C. Rloer', 1Lau
rens, Route 6i. 22-5t-pd
ay cash foi' plar)11, white oa-k amnd
ash logs, dlelivered -t) youir niearient
sh ippit~ ipo:int. leor pariticulai's tele
phonie or' write our representative,
I tck II. 1)Uhvis, at Clinton. .Hfoffmnan
I141mher Co., Columbia, S. C.' 22-St-pd
See J. H. Sullivan, Laui'ens foi' flour,
We have it, bought befoi'e the i'ise. Can
save you mnoney on Ihouri. 22-it.-pd
. Stil TCine to Sow (4rain-We have
Eggs--Pure Rhode .Island Eggs. Pen
No. 1, .$1.50; -Pen No. 2, $1.00 -1er1 set
tilng of 15 eggs. J. C. qhell, *Laur'ens.
tA/ 22.-5t-pd
'iliamonld Stick )---Our own make,
$01.00 to $15.06. W. II. Hough, Lau
rens. . -- 22-1t
Holly Wreathes-4.eUtf'your or'dei's
forn 'Holly Wreathea hfl 1W. Hi. Hough,
o)\phonie 434. 32-1t
hristmais Wreatla . for Cemeter'y;
.lrs. Ray Anderson .C . 22-1t
sette seed Wheat, Abruzzi Rye and
Seed Oats to sell. J. HI. Sulliyan, Lau4
rens. .22-It-pd
For Sale-Twenty .v 4oland~ Chinma
pigs. -Six and eight LWeeksl.. -Ho!
lingsiwor'th Bires., C moss YlJf, S. C.
22.-1t-pd
gate ouri 1)rIbes b ire buyIg tired
arid tubep. 'McDaniel ulcanizin~
Plant.t f - 22-1~
Special-One lo f.Ox - i)n
at $7.00O. 'MoJaniel V.1canifzi-Planti
722-1t'
For Salp-G~nood mil Ived
a l$2 ballonis gi day. Fr'l i n. Sdopnd
ealk., U . H-. I5mith, Owing Ito (6 1,
- . - -ft-pd
Aielt-O0ur. catalog telI o W~aw
phbairberifig qluickly, lied fr'e&
-1:Barsbr-'ole,1 Ma t
$. TAtlanta.
anted--'SMees an with carlaII
factory compensation to the right man.
Write Clyde 'i, Rubber Company 600
N. imerick St., South Bend, Indiana.
22-It-pd
- 'offee 'For Sale-We have . good
stock of fresh ground Coffee to sell.
-1 pouinds for a dollar. J. 'H. Siullivan,
Laurens. , 2-it-pd
.oniey to Lohn---I ans on rns and
city prpperty negoth ed. ' > lications
handled with, the Fir Carolinas
Joint. Stock 'Land Ii , the iFederal
Land B1aink, insuranc compahiles and
ollher sources. Appl. to 11D1ial & Todd,
Attorneys, 'Laurens. 22-tf
Cottonk Seed-i am paying top pric
es for cotton seed, Aleal and hulls for
si-ale or exchange. Meal guaranteed .07
per cent 'pure and clean. John L. Fin
ley, Aloore -13os. store. 22-5t
Farns
.Smtaill antd Large
Good fans at
a rental to yield you
a hinidsoie profit.
See lit. once.
A. 1). Grity,
C.(. Garlington,
21-51-d Executors.
Trespass Notice--No trespassing,
litninlg or otherwise grazing one my
lands. Violators will bo punished to
full extent of law. S. 'L. Moore, Wa
thrloo. - . :21-$t-c.
Fresh .'ausage- -we will have fresh
country, sausange every Friday and
Siaturday. 26 eents per pound. 0*
ings & Owlngs. 15-tf
miey to Loa-ll-On improved farm
and city property for a period of years
at severt per cent interest. Romar,
Osborne & Brown, Attorneys, Spar
tanburg, S. C. . 34-tf
Loans on Real Estate-1unds imme
diately available at six per cent. In
surances, compAnies, Joint S.tock Land
Bank, Fliekeral 4Land Bank and other
sources. Apply to Simpson, Cooper
& Babb, -Attoorneys. 4-tf
Fairms -For Rent-I have several
farms for rent at fourth of the crop at
reasonable cotton rent. sD. N,. Todd.
.18-5t-pd
A rare opportunity
to
rent,
'The (aline , Home
Place contiaing
4 1.2 acres, lore or less
An ideal home
il-itl all improvements.
A. ). Gray,
H. V. (Jarlington,
21-5t-pd Executors.
Hicimtitetinir-10c pie'r yard on all
material, silk 'thread.'furnished. 11
v0* and gold cording aspecialty. Work
done while you wait, buttons of seven
sizes covered. Mrs. J. M. Wiggins,
South 'Harper street, telephone 396. -
18-5t-pd
6 Pe- Cent Money-Under Bankers
Reserve System 6 per cent loans may
be secured on city -or farm property,
to buy, build, improve or pay indebt'd
ness.. Bankers Reserve Deposit Co.,
1648 California. Street,' Denver, Colo
rado. -9-8t
Wanted-Hickory logs, cut 8, 10 and
12 feet-long. Highest cash price, F. 0.
B. cars your station. Write, phone or
see F. H. Caine. 19-6t
Cabbage Plants-Early Jersey: Wake
fleld 20 cents per hundred. McDaniel
Culcanizing -Plant. 20-tf
Stea-m Pleating-Seven kinds, button
making, different sizes, pinking.' Mrs.
Lidle Watkins, at DavisaRoper Com
pany. 20-5t-pdl
NOTICE
All 10xceutors, Administrators,
Guardians andt Trrustecs are notified
that the time for inakIng their anir.ual
returns runs from January 1st to
Junec30thi. //
0. G. TIIIOMlPSON,
21-4t-A Probate .Judlge.
L IAND) MALE
tae6f Mouth Carolina,
('ounity of Leuurens.
IN COT] i OF ,CMMON PLldAS
D). l19. iPedlen in his owvn right and as
-Administrator of .the estate of J.
against'
lKather Woodiside, Defendant.
Puraniunt to a decree of the Court
in the abhove statedl case, I wvill sell at
publlic outcry to the highest bidder, at
Laurens C. -II., S. C., dn Sialesday ine
Janpiary. p ext, beoing -Monday the 1st
day of }he month, during the legal
hours 'or such sales, (the followling
described property, to wit: .a
A'MJ that tract or parcel of..land in
state andl county aforesaid, containing
eighty-three (83) acres, ,thore: or less,
bounded by'lands of ITuula Pajker, T.
B. ~Ienderson, M.-Murdi'ne angI -others.
STerms of sal icash... -Puhrchaser; to
pay for .paplers And -stamips. glIf: the'
terils of sale are not complied 'with,
the land to be re-soldl'on same or some
sub~sequent Salesday on eame terms,
at risk of former/ purcger. .
C. .0 P. and 0. S.
Dated, this 12th day .dt D~eo. 1922.
- 22-3t
Citat on for L~etteys if dA sirato
Stdte of South-Carolna,
County of I~urens.
By O. Q. Thlompsoz, iirobate Judge:
Whereas A. W. Ovlborne 'snade suit
to; lhe to grant hird Letters of Admin
istratlon of the Estate .and effects of
0.A.Osbokne. A
Thes$e are, therefore, to-ito and. ad
rnopieh all .and 'sihgular 't k de
anporeditors of.the aiidQ A.-04 rno
deceasied, that they Ve ..Idappoav be
lore ufd, 'ink the Court ,o 'Probater to
bo i -~.at Lau'reds O'htHo ra, Lau
reus S2~, en the ist'4y o. OecernI
beff. at~~~~ne4t,fe os er
6t~ytalfd'eonkgin . A' t
It Is a unique way the 'Laurens Drug
Zoipany- has of selling I yonel, a
!uaranteed treptinent for \ vatarrh.
Money back if It fails.
4ALCIUM
I will h ve 50 Tc
Arsenate for use in I
make deliveries from Je
contract in quantities ol
ment of 20 per cent.
parties. Prices are ad%
ordef. now.
W. G. LA
At Enterprise I
Ii
"I'll Mail I
A Check 1
Why is it you have
spect for the mank wh
you d check today?"
You respect him and
if you can, his feelinj
is energetic aud confi
is safe. He'knows tl
cancelled, this being
He knows his money
BIG thing.--his visi
created an acquaintai
Things.
Fact is, our bank is
your bookkeeper. .Any
time you can 1IMn'i
just how your funds
stand.
Laurens Nai
J. J. ADAMS, Pres. C
Ideal G~
for
C hristm
~ Our seledtion of
usefullthe year rovn
pleasing gifts here
Edison; Pl nographs
Manicure's
Y ountain
Flash Lig ~
Cigars
And Many Otlie:
~Ask ias to assii
8eec~t
To Cure a,Cold In On, Day
rake LAXATIVE BROMO QININE (Tablets). it
stoprs the Cough n Headache and works~ off the
Dold. E. W O S eignature on each box. 30e
RSENATE
ns - Standard Calcium
.aurens Counity. -Can
mnuary on. Will sub
500 lbs up on pay
deposit to responsible
rancing 'rapidly. Place
NCASTER
qational Bank
0 U,
kTou
Foday."
a -peculiar feeling of re
o says to you: "I'll mail
he deserves it, Analyze,
,s when he says it. He
dent and all because he
die check will come back
an indisputable receipt.
is safe, and---hei-e's the
ts to this bank have
rice with Men .Who Do
tional Bank
EO. H. BLAKELY, Cashier
fts
Christmas Gifts are
d. , You will find.
for "Him" and
Cigarettes.
Stationery
Candy
Tollet Water
ToiletSets
r Siiiiilar Gifts
you in rnaking2
ions

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