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Stute of South Carolina,
County of Lauren?.
Court of Probate
John F. Griffin, as administrator of
the estate of William C. Hill, de
Lillian Hill. Willie May Matthews,
?t al. Defendants.
Pursuaut to a decree of the Court
in this action, I will sell at public
auction at Laurons C. H. S. C. on saleB
<lay in October, 1911, the 2nd day of
the month, within the legal hours for
?uch salea, the following described
tract or land to wit: All that piece,
parcel or tract of land of which the
said William C. Hill died seized and
possessed, lying, being and situnte In
Cross Hill township, said county and
?t?te, containing one hundred and
twenty-two and one-fourth (122 1-4)
acres, more or less, bounded on the
north by lands of W. P. Turner, on
the east by lands of J. C. Wade, on the
south by Snlutln River, and the Wade
lands, and on tin* west by lands of F.
Terms of Bale: Cash. Purchaser to
pay for paper.;. If the purchaser fails
t.) comply with the terms of sale the
property to be resold on the same or
Borne subseQtienl salosday at the risk
ni the former purchaser, on the same
terms .sind without further order of
O XL THOMPSON.
Sept. 5, 1!UI J. P. L. C.
LITTLETON FEMALE C0LL5GE.
Our fall term will begin Sept. 20,
For catalogue address Littleton Col
lege, Littleton, N. C.
Pursuant to the decree of the Court
of Common Pleas in the case of .1. (!.
Brown, et al.. against Goldle Q. Brown,
et al., I will sell at public outcry at
Laurens, C. H., South Carolina, to the
hlghObl bidder during legal hours on
Salesdu.V in October 19H, being the
2nd. day of the month, all that tract of
land in Laurens county. State of South
Carolina, containing seventy-eight (TSt
acres, more or less known as the land
of Mrs. Elizabeth 10. Brown, deceased,
bounded on the north by lands of W.
it. Bozeman, east by R. s. Griffin, south
by W. P. Turner and west by lt. W.
Brown; Terms, one-half of the pur
chase money cash, balance due at
twelve months with interest from day
of sale, secured by bond of the pur
chaser and mortgage of the premises,
with leave to puichaser to pay all
cash, purchaser to pay for papers.
.lOil.M F. HOLT. C. O. C. P.
Littleton College has a limited num
ber of $100 scholarships for accepta
ble applicants who wish to make Bpe
Cial preparation for Christian work
and teaching and who are without
means with Which to secure this pre
paration elsewhere. For further in
formation, address J. M. Rhodes, Lit
tleton, N. ( .
Notice to Creditors.
All persons holding .claims ngalnsl
the estate of It. K. Cop,-land, doceas, J.
are hereby notified, and required to
present them to me, at Laurens, S. ('..
by mail or otherwise duly proven, on
or before the 1st day of October next,
or be forever barred.
.1. C. Copolnnd, Jr.,
Alu. st L'i. ion.?.j.ni
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Too Late, Too Late,
to think about taking out a policy
on your house if it is already
burning. We take a risk but not
a certainty. If you have taken
time by the forelock, and insured
your property against fire, you
that the company Will pay ail
your losses. The race is to the
swift, and you owe it to your
family to protect them from all
oublea. Do not be a laggard.
Stocks - Bonds - Insurance '
Enterprise Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
It is a very serious matter to ask
for one medicine and have the
wrong one given you. For this
reason we urge you in buying to
be careful to get the genuine?
The reputation of this old, relia~ ?
ble medicine, for constipation, In- I
digestion and liver trouble. Is firm- I
ly established. It does not imitate I
other medicines. It is better than I
, others, or it would not be the fa- I
fePftte liver powder, with a larger I
"> than all others combined,
SOLD IN TOWN F2 I
I CROSS HILL NEWS |
CrosB Hill, Sept. 18.?Quite a num
ber of our young people are oft for
college this week. Messrs Broslg Har
mon, William Wharton and Paul Mc
Qowan to South Carolina University:
Earl Rasor and Paul Martin to Fur
man; Ellis Fuller, Lyl Leaman and
Charles PIiiboii to Presbyterian Col
lego of South Carolina; Mlses Ella Mae
Martin, Gertrude Leaman. Ressle Hill,
Idalla Hollingsworth, Margaret Young
to Winthrop, and Lizzie Uryson to
Greenville Female College. Mr. Guy
Martin will go to Louisville. Kentucky
to enter the Theological Seminary of
the Baptist church.
Mr. J. Pierce Coats has gone to take
up his work as principal of the Trin
ity RldgO school and Wesley Pitts to
toach at Cross Anchor. The school
hero began toddy with a good attend
ance. Prof. P. s. Smith, of Saluda, will
be in charge with Miss Rebecca Addi
son of Hue West. Miss Wilma Rainey
of Cross mil, Miss Elinor Des-Portes
of Rtdgeway, and Miss Lizzie Griffin of
Newberry, teachers. Miss Planche
Pinson Will take up her school work
at Youngs this week. Miss Kate Aus
tin at McCormlck and Miss Rhidana
Owens at Vaughnvllle.
Mr. S. W. Bruce und Miss Ressle
Dotninick were married Sunday even
ing at the home of Rev. J. A Martin.
Mr. Martin officiating. This is the first
marriage in town since the marriage
license law was passed.
Mr. S. L. Crisp, was driving a mule
yesterday, coming to town. He met
an automobile, the mule became fright
ened and threw Mr. Crisp out of the
buggy, He received several bruises
about the face and side and one leg
is right badly hurt. He Is out today
using one crutch.
Rev. Mr. Price, missionary to China
preached at the Presbyterian church
vesterday morning and evening, and
talked to the children at ."> o'clock In
the afternoon. Mr. and .Mrs. Price and
children have been in the home land
on a vacation. They will leave for
China in a few days. They will leave
their oldest son here in College at
Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Price have been
in China about twenty years.
Mr. R. 1). Nance received a message
Monday of last week saying that Mrs.
Mamie Nance, wife of his brother. Mr.
Joe Nance of Due West died thai day.
Dr. and Mrs. Miller. Mr. C. 1). Nance
and other members of the family went
over in their automobiles to attend
lite funeral. Mrs. Nance was a sister
(?I Mrs. Dr. Miller and Mrs. II. I.. Mc
farmers are rushing the cotton p|Ck
? lug now. One of my neighbors, a
young man. picked 300 pounds live
days in succession last week. ThO+WO
ginneries are kepi busy until late at
night, ginning more than 100 bales a
day. The rush will soon bo over how
i ever for in some Holds all is about
open and picked whore the King va
rli ty was planted. 1030 bales have
' be, ;i weighed up to September 10th.
horo, nga'usl 30 bales last year at
The Pino Bluff school house has
been reh lilt, They received $i?^.00
State aid. I t'.iink it is a good invest
ment, this appropriation by the State,
to help the rural schools instead of
giving Clemson "Money to burn."
Mr. Albert Garrelt died at his home
in Cross Hill today. Monday, Septem
ber 18th. He had been in bad health
for several years, suffering with that
dread disease Consumption. He leaves
his mother, one brother and several
sisters to mourn. The burial will be
tomorrow at the Presbyterian ceme
tery here. Mr. Gnrrett has many
friends who will be sorry to hear of
his death. He was about 3S years old
At the opening of the school this
morning quite a large number of pa
trons were there to meet the teachers,
besides the full turn-out of pupils.
Rev/G. M. Hollingsworth. Rev. J. A.
Martin and Rev. Mr. Price, a visiting
minister made appropriate remarks.
All the teachers were present and the
school work will begin under very
Keep Your Skin Comfortable and Your
Complexion Clear Daring the
If your skin Is kept comfortable, you
will be comfortable yourself. If you
or one of your children are being made
miserable by hives, prickly heat, rash
es or eczema or If you are worried by
pimples, black heads, sun burn or skin
trouble of any kind, we want you to
try ZEMO and ZEMO Soap.
We aro so anxious to have you use
ZEMO nno ZEMO Soap that we offer
you a gonerous sample of each and
our 32 page booklet "How to preserve
the Skin" If you will send five 2c
stamps to E .W. Rose Medicine Com
pany, 3032 Ollce Street, St. Louis, Mo.
to pay postage or get them today from
the laurens Drug Store who Indorse
and recommend ZEMO and ZEMO
Soap for all skin troubles whether It
bo on Infant or grown person.
We nr.ow you will bo pleased with
results from the use of ZEMO and
ZEMO Soap. Laurens Drug Co.
See our new line of pictures at 2.r>c.
ROC, 75c, 90c, $1.00, $1.26 and $1.50.
They will Interest you.
S. M. & E. H. Wllkes & Co.
Fall and Winter Shoes
Our shop is
AWAIT YOUR CALL AT OUR BOOT SHOP
Never in your life have you seen an array of Fall and Winter
Boots such as we will show you this season. There
is a style of lastforevery foot; button, blucher
and strright lace; heights, from the
low walking shoes to the extreme
storm boot, in tan,dull, patent
kid, cravenette, velvet
and suede. An im?
A J&K last was the
sensation of last season?a
perfect fit with an abun
dance of snappy style.
The T&K Shoe has won the hearts of the young wo
men of this city because it has all the qualities of style,
fit and comfort that is found in boots offered in the exclu
sive shoe stores of New York, Chicago and other large
cities. We are exclusive agents.
A stylish walking boot
that appeals to young wo
men who demand comfort
with style. A J&K model.
The J&K Shoe
is for young
'Fits the Arch'
Laurens, S. C.
Be sure to askl
to see the
Made only for
The work a liniment iVIUST accomplish
is to restore the interrupted circulation of
the blood and lessen the pain of the bruise,
sprain or internal soreness. The sooner a
liniment is applied after the accident the
better for the sufferer.
That bruise or sprain you had would have been better
twice as quick if our liniment had been applied at
once. The liniments that give the best satisfaction
for such conditions are Yagers, Raymonds, Sloans,
Wizard Oil, Nerve and Bone Liniment.
It kills the pain, promotes the circulation
of the congested blood and gives you a
feeling of pleasing relief immediately
An Accident may happen to-morrow. Get some
for your home or office to-day.
LAURENS, S. C.
DR. CLIFTON JONES
Office la Simmons Building
Phono: Office No. 86; Residence 219.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts,
prompt attention given to all business
There are Hundreds of People
WHO WANT TO BUY OR SELL
But never make their wants known. The
public must not expect us to be mind readers.
You've got to say something. That being done
we do the rest. Look the following over and
172 Acres, well Improved land, 8 miles from Laurens, good
dwelling house and tenant houses. Pine pasture. $10.00 per acre.
1-3 ensh, balance 1, 2 and 3 years. Known as J. A. Coats place.
300 Acres, more or less, known as Eddie Henderson place. About
200 acres in cultivation, flood houses and good barn. Price $22,00
per acre. One-half cash, balance. In 1 year.
1)3 Acres, farm land, just beyond Watts' Mill. Land level and well
improved, known as I), it. Hazel place. $T>0.00 fief acre.
.V2 Acres, near Darksdale Station, good buildings. Price $1500.00.
75 Acres, farm land, 50 acres In cultivation. Plenty of wood and
water. Good improvements. Price $30.00 per acre, known as R.
M. Bolt place.
114 Acres, 4 miles west of Lauren8 and 142 acres of this can he
worked. Known as Geo. Bolt place. $75.00 per acre.
I'2."> Acres, Newberry County, at $12.f>0 per acre. Good easy terms.
Oft Acres, seven miles west of Latirens. Two good tenant hous
es. $12.00 per ncre. $300.00 cann, balance in 4 years, 8 per cent.
140 Acres, fine farm land, property of R. P. Traynhaiu and T. Gib
bon Traynhnm. bounded by lands formerly of Miss A. P. Trayn
ham, J. C. MUford and old Stone place. Price $25.00 per acre. One
fourth cash, balance good terms.
188H Acres, fine land, well Improved. W. A. Traynham place,
near Boyda Mill. $50.00 per ncre.
68H Acres, near Waterloo, known as Sam Dendy place. $1800.00.
One-fourth cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 years.
104 Acres of farm land 1 mile from Friendship church, 9 miles
from Laurens. Known as A. P. Nlckles place. Price $26.00 por
Bishop & Wolff
Laurens, South Carolina