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Everyone -who hai A Washing Machine ought to have one of our
'Washing 'Machino Drainers that will automatically drain the ina
chine whenever it is conveniently near a faucet. IWrite us for
circular. Als6 one of our Little Giant Clothes Reels, which does
away with the :unsightly clotheos line and really is more or less of
an ornament than an eyesore such as the usual way of hanging out
clothes is. Write for circular and price.
Columbia Supply Company
828 GCervals Street, COLUMBIA, S. C.
Henry Counts' Garage
FIRST CLASS SERVICE
I have a stock of used Maxwell parts for models up to
A purring motor
-a good road
just the right per
son-and a box of GANDIS
Ffn Sale By
Powe Drug Co.
e 14n )
Fire and burglar proof vaults and stacks of gold in
the United States Federal Reserve Banks make your
money safe when it is in our bank.
We shall be glad to have you come in and talk busi
ness with us. When you want financial advice come
in and consult us. It will be a pleasure to serve you.
We add 4 per cent. interest.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank.
The Enterprise National Bank
N. B. DIAL, President C. H. ROPER, Cashier
T. BOYCE LEE OF
lianker, Former Mayor and Prominent
Citizen of Neighbor City Passes.
Spartanburg, April 21.-J.1 Boyce
Le, .president of the Bank of Com
merce, a former mayor of Spartan
burg, and recently appointed a co-re
ceiver of the South Carolina, Light,
and Railways Company, owners of the
Public Utilities of this city, died here
tonight at 10:20 o'clock, following an
Illness of ten days. His death had not
been unexpected for the past week,
during which time he had been uncon
Mr. Lee is survived by -his wife, who
prior to 'her marriage was Miss Alice
Walker, daughter of the late Colonel
Joseph Walker of the Confederacy. He
was a brother-in-law of the late Judge
D. I. Hydrick, of the supreme court of
South Carolina. lie .was a son of the
late John A. Lee, of Spartanburg, a
Ipioneer merchant of -tl4is city and
Rtosana Boyce Brigges Lee, and was
born in this city August 30, 1863.
Mr. Lee had been prominent in the
commercial und industrial develop
ment of this city and section of the
state twenty-live years. lie was mayor
of Spartanburg for two years, presi
d(nt of the Glenn Springs Company
for a number of yemars, treasurer of the
Fairmont .lfg. Company, executor of I
his father's estate and of the estate
of his father-in-lav, the Colonel
Walker, and was rt'ently mnade execl
tor of the estate of the late Judge Ily
(rick. In these relations and others
he controlled and directed extensive
interests in this city .and section and
was director in many banks and cor
lIIuring the world war he was food
director for this section of South Ctaro
lina, an office that claimed much of his
time In those days of stress. He was
a member and a trustee of Central
Methodist church of this city.
SCHOOL CLOSING ANNOUNCED
Exercises of New Prospect School Will
be Hleld at the Church.
Prospect church will be open to its
inany friends on Friday night, April
29th, to witness the' closing exercises
of Prospect school. The exercises will
begin promptly at 8:30 o'clock, and tihe
public is cordially invited to be pres
ent. The following program, in which
fifty children will ,participate, will 'be
One hund:edth Psalm in concert.
Acrostic--Prospect School Song.
Welcome from children and teachers.
\Welcone Song--by entire school.
Springtime Recitations-by girls.
Recitation-ThAt's the Way for l3illy
Song---llow do you like to go up in a
swing?--by flive children.
Recitation--by small boys.
Recitation--The Discontented Blutter
IHurrah for Vacation-song by lower
g rade s.
As Concerns Boys' Rights--recitations
Song-The \Voodpecker-by ten chil
Small Sermons-by large boys.
Star DrilIl--by t hiriteen girls.
Patriotic II:'emonlstration with spercl
andl song-b~y school.
Play-Land or I lelp-Onme-Another
Tlribute to Alother and Dad ---v tw<
Good-n ighit ---by fIve snmall girls.
Good-bye, In specech and song-entir<
Dismissal-sung by sellool.
Azile .\. WVofford,
MION'EY Flt0fl LETT'iUCE
IBeaufort, Aprll 16. -loss uighes
a prominent young farmer of Cat Ts
land, madle a fine crop of lettuce thl
year. .\r. Hughes had 28 acres -plant
ed in lettuce, off of which he cut on al
average ot 812 ,baskets to the acr(
During one week Mfr. I lughes cui
i'acked, -hauled down to the bmoat, ove
t-he river ,o ,Port Royal and shlppe,
21 cars of lettuce. One car of thmis let
tuce was sold at $6; straighlt by Olivc
I ros., of New York, and bwo othle
camrs were sold at from $5.50 to $6.
Mir. Hlughmes also madle a fine crop c
Roma.ineo, cutting on an average
931 bar2kots to the acre.
"I Nei er Knew You Could Keep Rant
t df a hutchier Shop."
What Ralphl Watkins says: "Fig
ured raxts around store had enou~gh l
feed on; wouldn't touch anyt hinig stil
pleiour. Hieardc about RIAT-SNAI
gave It a trIal. Results were wvondel
fuil. C'eaned all rats out In ten day
Dasgs chout store night ani (lay ne~v<
touch lRAT-SNAP." Th'lree sizes, 35
5c, $1.25.- Sold1 and guar-anteedI I
,TLaurens Hardware Co., Puitnaml Dri'
Store, and C. E~. Kennedy & Son,
I Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Drus~glta refund monoy If PAZO OINTMENT ta
lamntly sellvo itching Piles. and you con e
.O e~flacnae hsrt annleicon. PrIcea
DiAWS SHARP FIldH
House Metbers From New oYrk Hot.
ly Attack Proposed Restriction.
Washington, April 2.-The immi
gration restriction bill drew shar)
fire today in the House, especially
front members from New York state,
and was as .vigorously urged by
Chairman Johnson of the imningration
committee, and other represen'tAtives
who declared legislation to keep out
uidesirable imm igra tits neccessary at
Debate on the measure continued
thioughout today and will be re
simed tomorrow with a vote expected
-before adjournment on Friday.
While confident of its passage by a,
large . majority, leaders conceded it
woulld not receive the ovenwhelming
vote a similar bill did at the last ses
Leading the fight on the -measure
were lpleresentative Cockrain, Demo
crat, Siegel, Republican, Chandler,
Republican and London, Socialist, all
of New York; Sabbath, I)cmocrat, Il
linois; Stevenson, Democrat, South
Carolia, and Iiluddleston, Democrat,
Alanama. Iepresentative Cockran
declared the bill marlked the renun
elation and abandonment of the poli
cy which had fixed the position of the
t:nited States in the civilized world.
"This bill, If passed," Alr. Cockran
iai(l, "Will extinguish the light of
hope and prog ress throughout the
world. You have here today plenty
of spealers and rulers, but what you
want is the decent immuigrant to cul
tivate the earth. Under your restrict
ed 1plan no one may comie hereafter,
unless lie Is a sailor, a soldier, and a
-potential statesman or a scholar and
Representative Siegel charged that.
propagandists and skillful agitators
had done mulch to bring about the bill.
lie denounced the provision in the
bill- basing the 3 per cent admission
on the 1910 census rather than that
The House was told by liepresentta
tive Salbath that persons fleeing from
lolitie.' i and relig ious oppressiona
could not be admitted to the 'nited
;t :~tt.; UInrher the bl aI presented.
Such persons, hto inii'sted, shoihI be
)ermitted to s:eek rcfuge here.
M:. London saI tt(e cmeasure would
.mrike at the very people we went to
war to elipltl !ate.'" and charged that
thv bili was an expression of preju
-Itepre.entative Chandler declared
prcsent haws w *eie adeiuate to k eep
oit undesir-able aliens.
Get that examinaionNOP
HERE'S the economy-where's the
VY sense in running your battery into
nervous breakdown when a bi'ief but thorough
examination will save you the consequences?
The Prest-O-Lite Service Station is ready
:and anxious to give your battery the once
over, no matter what the make, and tell you
what it needs, IF it needs anything.
Drive around today and find out. You
won't hear "new battery" even mentioned if
your present battery is not actually past re
covery. When you do need a new battery,
you'll be glad to know that Prest-O-Lite is
back to pre-war prices and that an allowa'nce
will be made on your old battery.
Now's the time !or battery-inz-etion.
Prest-O-Lite's the place.
Harney Electric Co.
West Main St. Laurens, S. C.
t. ~ ~Uses Ics. than one four-hu.tdredth
of its power-reserve for a single
Pull up whcre start-and tho generator quickly
you see this sign replaces that.
:ss arid professional men
the good MVlaxwell not only
,id investment, bUt (uick,
:'omforta blc transportation
r low cost.
ig Car . S995 Coupe . . . 1595
ter 995 Sedan . .. . 1695
F. 0. B. Fre ur, war la- i, /hr ar/</rl
na Auto Co., Inc.
Laurens, S. C.