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State of South Carolina,
County of Fairfield.
By W. L. Holley, Probate Judge:
Whereas, W. M. Estes made suit
to me, to grant him Letters of Ad
ministration of the Estate and effects
of Mrs. Blanche Ruff Estes.
These are therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said Mrs.
Blanche Ruff Estes, deceased, that
they appear before me, in the Court
of Probate, to be held at Winnsboro,
S. C., on O(ct:ber 27th next, after
pIublication hereoff at II o'clock in
*the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said Adminis
tration should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 12th
day of October, Anno Domini, 1921.
W. L. HOLLEY,
Judge of Probate, Fairfield County,
S. C. 29-2t
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND.
State of South Carolina,
County of Fairfield.
In the Court of Common Pleas,
W. B. Wright, Plaintiff,
. G. Wolling, Jr., Julius H Weil
Company, and M. W. Wolling, De
Pursuant to an order of the Court
of Common Pleas for Fairfield coun
-, in the above entitled action, dat
ed November 6th, 1194, I will sell
at public outcry, to the highest bid
der, before the court house door in
Winnaboro, South Carolina, on the
Art Monday in November, 1921, the
folowing described lands:
3rd. All that certain piece, par
eel or tract of land, lying, being and
situate in the County and State
*foresaid, containing one hundred
and eight acres, more or less, and
bounded now or formerly as follows:
North by lands of J. G. Wolling, Sr.,
and estate of Dennis Legg, deceased;
South by lands of or formerly of J.
G.'Wolling, Sr., C. W. Faucett, and
estate of S. A. Hill; East by linds
of orformerly of J. G. WollingSr.,
Carolina Hopkins,' and eptate of
Dennis Legg, and on the West by
lands of the estate of S. A. Hil, de
aeased, and Mrs. Harriet Shelton.
Terms of Sale: Cash. The pur
chaser to comply with the sale
promptly and pay for all papers and
recording of same.
JOHN W. LYLES,
C. C.P. F.C
October 15 1921. 29-31
Some of our worst citizens are very
strict in their observance of the Sab
bath day' They are in jail.
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band were there with their instru
ments to assist with the music. The
pastor used as his subject, "In the
Crowd," calling special attention to
.he fact that many characters, per
sonalities and individualities are sur
rendered rather tan take issue with
the "crowd." Mlanhood is often sac
rificed for the opinion of the "crowd,"
said the prealcher. Jesus immortaliz
cd the rough, wicked city of Naz
.4 eth because he dared to be better
than and different from its popula
tion. He was noble and good in
spite of the crowd. God have mer
!y on the man who thinks that in
:rder to be a "man" and "one of
"e boys" tlat he has got to sur
render his character and manhood.
God help the young men and women
of our day to dare to be men and
women with clean, wholesome lives."
Mr. S. M. Wiley, who has been in
Greenville, on his vacation, returned
The orchestra will assist the music
next Sunday evening at the Baptist
-hurch. All are cordially welcomed
, these services and all others at
this church. On last Wednesday ev
ning Prof. Feruchi, Mr. Dale, Ralph
,ntell and several others of the or
estra added much to the prayer
The sermon subject next Sunday
evening 4t the Baptist church will
he, "The Power is Off and the Mill
Can't Run." Everybody come.
A Remarkable Record.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
a remarkable record. It has been in
use for' colds, croup and whooping
cough for almost half a century and
has constantly grown in favor and
popularity as its good qualities be
came better known. It is the stand
ard and main reliance for these dis
eases in thousands of homes. The
facts that it can always be depended
upon and is safe and pleasant to
take- are greatly in its favor when it
s wanted for children.
Notice is hereby given that orig
inal certificate number two (2) one
share, of the Fairfield Agricultura
Society, dated January 3, 1914, is
sued to D. I. Coleman has been lost
or destroyed and that the under
signed will apply to said society for
a new certificate on the 22nd day of
D. R. Coleman.
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sure to come in to
r headquarters, i s
'our coats and pack
we want to show you
Columbia, S. C.
nterior Finish, Pine, Cy
FOR FINISH FIGHT
ADJUSTED I COMPENSATION FOR
VETERANS WILL BE A REIT
CONVENTION A KANSAS CITY
More Than 1,000 Voting Delegates to
Be Present Who Will Represent
11,000 Posts of the Legion.
Indianapolis, Ind. - National head
quarters of the American Legion an
nounced that it Is expected that the
legion will, in its third annual con
vention at Kansas City, beginning Oc
tober 31, reaffirm its stand for ad
justed compensation for veterans.
Headquarters predicts that the con
vention will lay plans for a "fight to
the fnish" on the issue before con
gress and that It will take steps to
relieve distress among 900,000 ex-ser
vice men who are reported to be un
More than 1,000 voting (elegates
will be present, representing 11,000
posts of the legion. Preparations
have been made to care for 100,000
out of town visitors in Kansas City
during the convention.
A survey of legion sentiment
throughout the country as expressed
In Instructions to delegates and in
actions by state and county comve3
tions of the legion reveals, says the
announcement, additiona issues on
which It is likely the national legion
assembly will declare Itself.
'It is held at certain headquarters
that immediate action will be taken
for temporary 'If not permanent re
lief of - the Jobless veterans.
Washington.- Manufacturing estab
lishments in the United States num
ber 289,768, with 9,10320 wage ears
era. The invested capital in 1919, the
census beafi report&, was; $44,678,
911,000; 'coist of- 0sa issteT 372,534,
and value of products, $62,910,202,000.
Another Prelifis Pamily.
Los Angftles, Cal.-Albert Jackson.
of Los Angeles, Calif., died four years
ago at the age of 104 years, leaving a
widow eight years younger and 30
children, all of whom are living. In
the lot there were 16 boys and 15
girls with six sets of twins.
Dates Change for Hearings.
Washington.-Changes in dates for
interstate commerce hearings upon
the reduce4 trans-continental rates
which carriers have sougnt to make.
to meet Panama Canal competition
were ordered by the commission.
12,000 Bates of Cotton Burned.
Miadison, Ga.-Fire of undetermined
origin destroyed. the Penick ware
house, with 1,200 bales of cotton. 'Be
loss is estimated at $200,000.
Few lliterates in Five states.
Washingto.-Five western s-.ates
Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah and
Washington - had less illiteracy
among their native white population
in 1920 than any other states.
Long Continued Earth Tremors.
Chicago.-An earthquake of mod
erate intensity, but lastmg two and a
half hours, was recorded on the seis
mograph at the United States gov
ernment weather bureau.
Mexicans Accept Wage Cut.
Mexico City--The 10 per cent cut
In the wages of all federal employes
has gone into effect without any dis
order or marked protest.
Many ShIps In Chrleston Harbor.
Charleston.-Arriving here, the U.
S. S. Bridgeport, a tender of the de
stroyer force, made the 85th warship
now anchored in this harbor.
German Marks Go Lower.
New York.-German marks made
another low record, preliminary quo
tations being .6775 cents.
Kaiser Feels Poverty's Pinch.
Doon, Holland.-The slump in the
German mark Is beginning to affect
the former German emperor, who is
endeavoring to combat unfavorable
financial eonditions by reducing hIs
kuehold and oter measures.
British and Prench i* Aood.
Pas. - The itikshad F'rench
gevernmet aew are In perbt
agrment en ooenpee acoeptance of
raomdatms et th Oenne of
the Laagne af Nens tar a settle
-es of the upper Slestaa problem.
Tablet te Ei~uine .War Heres.
Wasingto.-A bronse tablet corn
meseatiag the sr-vices of the 243,
185 hosee and mules attached to th-a
American trw-ces, during the war, was
unveiled fa the Stats War sad Navy
Judge Sustains Newspapers.
Chcago.-Judge Harry FIsher sus
ted a deniqrrer of the Chicago Tri
bune to the $10,000,000 libel suit
brought '.y the car of Chicago. He
Your dollar has about ten
cents more in it when you
trade with us, and we guar
antee every article that we
sell you. Your money will
be refunded. if you are not
4 lbs. Snowdrift - 63cts
'8 lbs. Snowdrift - $1.19
Sugar 16 lbs for - $1.00
Sun-Kist Peaches - 36cts
These prices will be in ef
fect 'until Wednesday, Oc
Come in and look over our
prices on merchandise. You
will be surprised when you
learn how much money you
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