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'-OLUME Xxxiv. LAURENSt SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, MY 21, 1919.
DRIV[ IN PROGR[SS
To Last Until Next Monday
OF THIS COUNTY
Maj. W. It. lUchey Is Chairman for
this County and He Is Expecting
Generous Support on 'the Part of
the People. Chairmen Appointed
and Allotments Given for lEach
The Salvation Army Home Service
fund campaign begins today, May 21,
and continues through the 26th. The
amount allotted to Lwaurens County is
$1,000.00. Committees have been ap
tointed in each school district and the
amount each district is supposed to
raise has been fixed. The names com
posing these committee together with
the amount assessed each, appear be
low. A glance at the tIlurei!s show that
each district has been assessed a great
deal more than its actual quota. These
assessments were based on the prob
ability of some of the districts not be
lug alle to raise the amount allotted.
Each district should exhaust every ef
fort to raise the amount assessed and
when this has been done Laurens
County' will have exceeded Its quota.
Each committee has been sent a let
ter and pamphlet, both containing in
struictions and neIleded information.
Friday night, May 23rd, at 9 o'clock
has been set as general mass meet
ing night. Each district committee
will see that a mass meeting Is held
in the nearest school house. Experi
once has shown that quicker and bet
ter results can be obtained in this
manner. Each committee is also urg
ed to have present at these mass meet
ings, one or two of their returned sol
diers, who in a short address will tell
something of the work of the Salva
tion Army among the soldiers in the
trenhees. What this organization has
done at home, is already known, and
fhe retirned soldiers 'will tell you
what t hey 11d for the soldiers in the
Speaking of the campaign yester
day, Maj. W. It. Iichey, the county
"I 110)e all the different coimittees
will get to-etl and take an interest
In the caipailgn. If they do this we
can ii raise this money, but if you lag
in your efforts and wait on the other
fell'ow. 1t will not be successful."
'School District Comittees and Assess
Triinity Ridge No. 1-A. 11. Moore,
S. It. (aine.-Amount $30.0.00.
Laurens No. 2-John H. Powers, N.
Laurens No. 3-F. H. Burton, T. 1H.
Laurens No. -i-B. B. Bilakely, TI.
-Laurens No. 5-W. T. Senn, J1. L,. F.
Lauirens No. 6-N. J. Anderson, P.
Hunter No. 1-W,. L. Teague, A. B.
Ilunter No. 2-. J. C. Nelson, M. F.
.inter No. 3-J. HI. Dav''-, oomnis
I hunter No. .-]H. B. Workman, T. P.
hlunter No. 6-0. M. WVright, WV. M.
!Hunter~ No. 7-JR. 0. Wallace, M. A.
Mountvlle-C. Mt. Fuller, B. R. Fuli
ier, JT. M.. Simmons and S. J1. Rasor.
Youngs No. 7-J. J. Manly, Rliehard
6. Har ris.-$200.00.
Youngs No. 10 -J. M. Fleming, C. L~.
Waldrep, Toy A. 'umnmond.-$250.00.
Younrgs No. 6~-George F. Pully, 3. 0.
Youngs No. 5-El. B. Fincher, F. L~.
Youngs No. --JW. P. Patton, Samuel
Youngs No. 3-Egbert Riddle, J1. M.
Youngs No. 2-RIobert Harris, A. R.
Younigs No. 1-El. 3. Sloan, George
Waterloo No. 1--J. C. Martin, A. S.
J. McIensie.-$1 50.00.
Waterloo No. 2--A. B. Sims, J1. H.
Waterloo No. 3-A. R. Thome, J. F,
Waterloo No. 4-G. W. Moore, -1. C.
Waterloo No. 5-J. C. McDaniel, S.
Waterloo No. 6-B. M. Cunningham,
Guy E. Moore.-$200.00.
Waterloo .No. 7-*W. L. Cooper. M. W.
Waterloo No. 14-J. C. Smith, W. C.
Sullivan No. 1-A. J. Monroe, W. 1.
Sullivan No. 2-J. H. Carlyle, N. B.
Sullivan No. 3-14. E. Pitts, J. Frank
Sullivan No. 7-J. H. Balentine, Jr.,
Sullivan No. 17-W. M. Abercrom
ble, Walter A. Baldwin.-$500.00.
Dials No. 1--B. G. Taylor, D. Woods.
Dials No. 2-L. William Brooks, J.
jDials No. 3-Hi. S. Wallace, Mac.
Boyd, R. G. Wilson.-$300.00.
Dials No. 4-W. F. Stowart, R. 'L.
Dials No.. 5, Gray Court-F. D. Bolt,
J. W. Wells, R. T. Wilson.-$500.00.
Dials No. 5, Owings-R. 0. Hunt, W.
.J. Hun ter.--$300.00.
Dials No. 6-.. A. Todd, W. W.
iials No. 7--W. C. Curry, Ludie
Fountain Inn 0-13---J. Hamp Hel
lams, Samuel Taylor.-$250.00.
Ilials No. 8-W. M. Nash, T. J.
Seuffletown No. 1-J. Wilson Blake
ley,:,J. L. Chaniey.-$200.00.
Scuffletown No. 2-'-W. M. Myers, ).
Sculffctown No. 3-F. L. )onnon, S.
D). CIa rke.-$ 150.00.
Scuffletown No. 4-W. F. Wright,
William D. Byrd, Jr.-$200.00.
Scuffletown No. 12-W. .1. Fleming,
Rev. I. N. Kennedy.-$300.00.
Cross 1ill No. l-E. B. Pinson, J.
1I. Cole man.-$300.00.
Cross Hill No. 2-W. B. Coats, R. C.
Cross Hill No. 3-S. H. Goggans, J.
Cross 11111 No. 13-1-. B. Rasor, J.
?). Den ny.-$500.00.
Cross 11111 No. 6-T. J. Coleman, J.
Jacks No. 1-W. J. Henry, J. 11.
Jacks No. 2-JTohn 1. Pitts, C. B.
.Tacks No. 1-.J. C. MeMillan, john
Jacks No. 4-J. M. Hatton, W. S.
Jacks No. 5--J. 1. Philson, A. Y.
Jacks No. 6-S. W. Dean. T. W. Dil
Hurricane No. 15--C. C. Young, J. F.
Laurens AMill-M. L. Sinith, (Scott
rempleton, Walter Gosnell.-$300.00.
Watts Mills-L. E. Bishop, B. E.
Borgee, WIlliam Fishier.-$300.00.
Laur'ens City-Alison bee, Dr. IH. K.
Aiken, W. U. Lancaster. L. G. Balie,
O'lyde T. Franks, JToe F. Smith, Arthur
ike, W. R. McCuen, J. J. Adams, Clyde
Fowle'r, JTames C. Todd, 13. Y. Culbert
Clinton-A. W. Brice, R. C. Adali',
William 11. Owens, Jri., W. WV. lHar
ris, WV. Ii.'MeMilian, W. HT. SImpson.
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'Mrs. Janlo Ledford, 431 Fleming
St,~ Laurens, says: "My kidneys were
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m& shoes, In the mornIng. I had a
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Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
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ATTEMP'T TO VOICE
IEffort WiiAN be Made to Put It Into
Effect July First.
'Washingt., T, %1ay 17.-Efforts to se
cure the enactment by July 1 of legis
lation necessary for enforcement of
war-time prohibition and natibonal
prohlbition under the constitutional
amendment are to be made by prolilbi
tion leaders In the Senate.. Senator
Shappard, of Texas, announced: upon
his return to Washington tofay that
turn a profit wit
niade money wl
Do not expe
in this country e
that look large t,
til then and say'
I have eithei
on $50,000 wor
To the wise
values in Lauren
buyers now can'i
- I have just-r
ber of nice farm
a bill was being prepared 6y, the
Anti-Saloon League and would' be In
troduced in the Senate both by hl'self
and ;Senator Jones, of Washington, an
other prohibition leader.
'Petal War Expense $23,863.000,00
Washington, May 17.-Total ex
penses of the United States govern
mnent during the 'war period, General
Nfarch announced today, was approxi
mately $23.363,000O00. The phormal
exipen(ffture of the government for
the same period would have been $2,
W THE LEAD
'ORS OF THE ]
tage of the ever risir
h the country's pr<
kile you have sat still
LI Estate V
ct that Real Estate i
Lnd the prospects arc
)day will seem small
"Oh, if I had just bol
r sold or arrang'd o
:h of city property al
ones this is an indice
s and the likelihood
ty Lots ai
iow a few choice cita
s located at attractivi
EE ME FOR I
OF THE SI
PAST AND PI
kg tide of Real Es
isperity. Others I
and let the Dollart
iil Not E
ralues will drop. '
i that they never -m
ten years hence.
ught when real est;
)tion during the p
tion of soundness
of early enhancei
y houses and lots, a
s, s. C.
TO ENJOY YOUR EASTER RIDE
it will be necessary to have your car
in good order. To insure its being 1
good condition bring your auto to our
shop and have us remedy any defects
that may exist and put your car into
good running order. Such precaution
on your part is good for the health of
the car and yourself. Safety first!
RELIABLE GARAGE CO.
Next to Wilkes & Co.
tate values and
kave risked and
go into other
'hey never have
rill. The prices
Do not wait un
ite was cheap."
ast thirty days
of Real Estate
s well as a num