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SEED GRAIN SPECIAL.
Now Is the best time to sow grain
and Sullivan's Store Is the best place
The furnier who is sowing more
small grain is the one at the front
in progressive farming und making
Our Lone Star ?rund Texas Raised
Red ltust Proof Oats arc flue?Ask
your neighbor about them?ne bought
from us and has n tine stand of oats
up and looking well. He Is progres*
sire?ain't you I
We also have fine Seed Rye, Winter
Barley, Vetch, Crimson Clover and
Wood's Seed Wheat.
Why don't you sow down and rest
up that land that is cotton sick : It
will pay you. We are doing our best
to sted down Laurens County- - Won't
you help us?
. Every farmer Is especially invited
to come and see our Seed Grain. It
won't cost you one red cent to look,
and when you buy you will get your
money's worth and will Im* pleased.
Come one?Come all?Come on to
the His- Store.
Laurens, S. C.
The United States of America,
In the District Court,
For the District of South Carolina.
Mrs. P. A. Sullivan, Bankrupt,
Pursuant to a decree of the Hon.
Jno. J. McSwain, one of the Referees
in Bankruptcy, rendered in the above
stated case. ' will sell at public out
cry to the highest bidder at Laurens,
South Carolina, on salesday in Novem
ber next, being Monday the fourth day
of the month, during the legal hours
for such sale, the following described
(1) All that tract or plantation of
land containing one hundred ninety
eight and one-half (1981-2) acres,
more or less, known as tract No. 1;
bounded on the North by lands of Har
riet Johnson and P. L. Bramlett; on
the east by Reedy River; on the South
by Joseph II. Sullivan and tract No.
-; on the west by public road.
(2) All that tract or plantation of
land Cpntalning sixty-six (6C) acres,
mote or less, and known as tract No.
2; bounded on the North by tract
No. 1; on the Fast by lands of Joseph
H. Sullivan; on the South by tract No.
2 and on the West by public road.
(3) AH that tract or plantation of
land containing seventy-four and one
half (741-2) acres, more or less,
known as tract No. 3; bounded on the
North by tract No. 2; on the Fast by
lands of Joseph H. Sullivan; on the
South by F. L. Bramlett and Woods
Brothers: on the West hy lands of
Woods Brothers and public road.
(1) All that tract or plantation of
land containing fifty-four and one-half
<f> ! 1-2) acres, more or loss, and known
as tract No. 1: bounded on the North
by tract No. r>; on the Fast by public
mad; on the South by lands of Woods
Brothers; on the West by a branch and
lands Of Woods Brothers.
(5) All that tract or plantation of
land containing sixty-three (f>2) acres,
more or less, and known as tract No.
f>; bounded on the North by tract No.
0 and lands of Harriet Johnson; on
the Fast by public road: on the South
by tract No. 4; on the West by a
branch and lands of Woods Brothers.
(6) All that tract or plantation of
land containing Bfty-four and one
hair (64 1-2) acres, more or less, known
as tract No. 6; bounded on the North
by lands of A. J. Traynham and Dan
Becks; on the littst by lands of Dan
Becks; on the South by tract No. 5;
on the West by a branch and Woods
Brothers; for a more full description
of the above tracts of land, reference
will be had to plat of W. L. Mitchell,
surveyor, dated September 18th., 1012,
and can be seen at the ofllce of J. F.
Tolbert, the undersigned Trustee, Lau
rens, South Carolina, and a blue print
obtained of the premises.
Terms of sale: one-half cash, bal
ance on credit of one year, the credit
portion to be secured by bond of the
purchaser and mortgage of the premis
es sold, the credit portion to bear in
terest at the rate of eight per-eentum
per annum, the bond to provide for
ten per-eentum attorneys' fees In the
?vent of the collection thereof by suit
or attorney at law, with leave to the
aurchaaer to pay his entire bid In
caah. Purchaser to pay for papers.
And If the purchaser or purchasers
fall to comply with the terms of the
?rale. said lands will be re-sold at his
risk upon the same or some subsequent
nalosday on the same terms.
J. P. TOLBERT.
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CROSS HILL NEWS |
Cross Hill. Oct. 28.?Mr. John Was
son attended Presbytery of the A. R.
P. chuich at Doravllle, Ga., last week.
Mr. G. W. Hanna returned from a
visit to relatives near Clinton Satur
Mrs J. H. Nance who has been at
a hospital in Columbia for treatment
came home Friday. She Is quite ill
with blllious fever.
Rev. Mr. Ratchford and Mr. W. M.
Miller returned from Synod In Colum
bia Friday and report an interesting
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hasor. Mrs.
Sophia Pinson, Miss Wilma Ramey
and Mr. Weldon Leaman made an au
tomobile trip to Greenville Sunday
and returned that evening.
Mrs. Blgle Leaman was with the
family of Mrs. Jamie Leaman in Clin
Mrs. Jno. Hanna and children visited
her people in Greenwood county last
Mr. Ersklne Carter came over from
Clinton and spent Sunday here.
There is a big croj) of acorns and
nuts this time so we may look out for
a hard winter. One darkle brought
five bushels of nuts to town and sold
two bushels to one man
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church have advertised for bids to
clean off the cemetery and grounds
Quite a number from town attend
ed the burial of Mr. John Pinson last
Wednesday near his home.
Mrs. Lena Puckett Is visiting rela
tives at Ninety Six.
Misses Annie and Floride Rudd were
Clinton visitors Friday and Saturday.
Mr. B. B. Rasor went over to Don
alds for a visit Saturday.
Mr. Guy Martin came over from
Clinton Saturday to be with his peo
Princeton, Oct. 28.?Mr. J. F. Davis.
Mr. Walter Davis, Miss Allle Davis
and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Davenport,
spent Wednesday in Greenville.
Mr. J. Arthur Morrow, of Anderson,
spent Wednesday night with his sister,
Mrs. J. B. nritt.
Miss Pearl McCuen has returned
home after a pleasant visit to rela
tives in Helton.
Dr. J. B. Britt and Messrs. J. M.
and J, B. Wood, spent Thursday in
Abbeville; also Mr. and Mrs. .1. F. Da
Mr. James Arnold of Greenville
Spenl this week with home people
Messrs. Joe Blgby and Washington
of PolZOr spent the week-end here.
Miss Maude Machen was hostess
Saturday night to an entertainment for
her Sunday school class. About thir
ty were present.
Miss Kiddle Arnold was hostess Sat
urday evening to a linen shower given
in Honor of the bride-elect. Miss Maud ?
Machen. After the following pro
gram had been carried out the guests
left for their homes:
Piano solo?to Spring?Miss Sa>-a
Heading Sam and Lurenny?Miss
Vocal Duet?Absent?Misses Arnold.
Best wishes for the bride.
Music?Misses Britt and Arnold
After the bride-elect had hum; all
the articles of linen on a line drawn
across the room and everybody had
seen them, a delightful salad course
It's the L. & M. Paint.
Every wide awake painter uses it.
Why shouldn't he? It wears long
est! It's cost Is the least! It's pure
Paint! Been the standard for thirty
five years! To every I gallons of the
L. & M. Paint, add :t gallons of Lin
seed Oil. and thus make 7 gallons of
pure Lead, Zinc and Oil Paint.
Call on J. 11. & M. L. Nash. Lau
rens; J. W. Copeland Co., Clinton.
State of Sv)Uth Carolina.
County of Lnurens.
Pursuant to an order of the Probaet
Court for the county and state afore
said, in the ease of Annie B, Hopkins,
and J. W. Balontlne individually and
as administrators of the Estate of H.
Mills Balentlne, plaintiffs, against
Wollte C. Ballontino, et al., I will sell
to the highest bidder at public out
cry at I>aurens, South Carolina, from
I the southern portico on Salesday In
December 1912, being the 2nd day of
the month, during legal hours, all that
tract of land situate In Laurens coun
ty, in said state, near Ware Shoals,
containing 46 and 87-100 acres, more
or less, bounded north by lands of W.
G. Murff, oast by lands of J. W. Beeks,
south by lands of J. Frank Beeks and
west by lands of W. S. Knight. Terms:
one-half of purchase money, cash, bal
ance with Interest at eight per centum,
due In 12 months, secured by bond
of purchaser and mortgage of the
premises, with leave to the purchasor
to pay all cash. Purchaser to pay
for papors. If the purchaser does not
comply with the terms of sale the
land shall he resold on the same or
some subsequent salesday at the risk
of the defaulting purchaser.
O. (!. THOMPSON,
Probate JtldgO, L. C, S. C.
Nov. 0, 10x2.?14?4t.
Hillside, Messrs. *W. Y. Weathers, G.
F. and C. L. Weathers, all of Hillside.!
were in Fountain Inn, Saturday
Mrs. Alma Knight and Mrs. F. L. I
Weathers were recent visitors to rel
atives near Fountain Inn.
S. B. Fskew. one of Hillside's most
progressive farmers, made a business
trip to Greenville, Wednesday.
The Hillside singers have been ten
dered an Invitation to attend the all
day singing at Highland Home church
on Saturday, Nov. -'.
Hillside farmers are going to make
more potatoes In 1913 than they did
in 1912, at least, they expect to. This
Is the community where a man orders
from S to 10 thousand potato plants.
It will take at least, 100,000 to furnish
the farmers of Hillside, this year.
Hillside cane has, at last, been made
into "Mjome-made nvojiisses". This
was a small crop, owing to the long
drouth here. The total crop Will
amount to something like 1000 gallons
This record speaks well for a little
community like this. It's a fact that
no other section beats this one. This
one thousand gallons of syrup means
a saving of 500 dollars In cold cash
to the man behind the plow.
We are real glad to know that sev
eral Intelligent farmers in other sec
tions are to come over into Hillside
another year. Hy their coming, this
section will he benefttted In many
ways, and besides, tney will not re
gret their move, for this is a typical
community of Quakers, in regard to
friendship, for here, friendship is at
a greater value than klnslrjp?and
the people are sturdy farmers?and
are real kin.! Here the rieh and
poor work Bide by side1, the landlord
and the tenant. They deal in a bus
iness-lik? way, as man to man; as
brother to brother, for they know tru
ly that they all are equal at last in
the glory of their end.
We want good systematic farmers in
Hillside. Here we extend a welcome
hand to you, to come over Into the
land of wealth and happiness, will you
If you have young children you
:.ave perhaps noticed that disorders of
the stomach are their most common
ailment. To correct this you will find
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets excellent. They are easy and
pleasant to take, and mild and gentle
In effect. For sale by all dealers.
Mount Olive. Oct. 28.?The farmers
in this section are busy sowing oats,
the rains for the last few weeks hav
ing detained them.
Mrs. Amanda Redden returned Sun
day from Mr. Kddie Pitt's, where she
had been on a week's visit.
We are sorry to hear that Miss Ju
liette Pitts Is still quite sick.
Rev. .lames Graham, of Greenville,
filled Rev. Mr. Brock's appointment
at Mt. Olive Saturday and Sunday. He
preached a fine sermon which was
enjoyed by a large congregation.
Mr. and Mrs. Hutler Washington, of
Ware Shoals, were among the visitors
at Mt. Olive Sunday.
Mrs. John Wells of Coronaoa is
spending this week with her daughter,
Mrs. .1. II. Culbertson.
Saied lb Ills Wife.
She's a w.se woman who knows just
what to do when her husband's life
is in danger, hut Mrs. R. .1. Flint.
Brnintree, Vt? is of that kind. "She in
sisted on my using Dr. King's New
Discov" " writes Mr. F. "for n dread
ful cough, when I was so weak my
friends all thought I had only a short
time to live, and it completely cured
inc. A quick cure for coughs and
colds, it's the most safe and relia
ble medicine for many throat and lung
troubles -grip. bronchitis, croup,
whooping cough, quinsy, tonsilitls,
hemorrhages. A trial will convince
you. 10 cents and $1.00. Guaranteed
by Laurens Drug Co. and Palmetto
xrkon obstinacy 1a tho causa of suffering.
You are n dyapeptio simply beoaua?
you have not usod the
Those hour* of suffering can bo avoided.
rnvti : in a 25-oont bottle anil prove our
nxHTtion. It innt.o'ntly correct* and
ijjckl/ euros all dinoroors arising from
airod dip,ostivo system. Try it at
?oe ii'zce, ?.".3., coc. and v- "0.
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LAUHENS DIM G t u.
Laurens. s. C.
Superb Styles in
Cloaks and Suits for Women
The Cloak and Suits you see on display in our
Store give you an insight to the character of goods
and variety to be found in our Women's Department.
You'll enjoy looking over the Suits, Cloaks, Shirt
Waists, Sweaters, Handbags, etc., whether you care to
buy or not. We welcome your inspection.
FOR WINTRY NIGHT
We have a large assortment
of heavy Woolen and Cotton
Blankets and Comforts. Do not
wait until the winter is nearly
gone before buying.
FOR A RAINY DAY
A special assortment of Rain
Coats, for both Ladies and
Gentlemen, is in our stock.
The prices of these would sur
prise you. Ask about them.
Shoes and Stockings.
We handle Scuffer Shoes and Bl^ck Cat Stock
ings, for Ladies and Children. They never wear out.
TWO DOORS ABOVE
Laurens, S. C.
? LVNFORB NEWS. ?
Lanford. (Jet. 28. ? We have JllSl
learned of the sad death of Mr. Prank
Lnwson, winch occurred at Clinton,
it is a great shook to the whole com
munity. The family hns the sympathy
of all in their sore bereavement.
Miss .Mary Patterson is visiting at
her sister's Mrs. Dora Heid, this week.
Mrs. w. ,i. Henderson, Mis Louis
Anderson and .Mrs. Annie Bnllcy visit
ed at W. II. Drummond's recently.
Mr. .1. 1). Johnson attended the cir
cus in Spartanburg last week.
Mr. Carl Patterson and Royd De
shields were in Spartanburg for .1
few days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. VDoshlclds have
'returned to their homo in Henderson
Ville, X. ('.. after a week's stay with
I friends and relatives here.
Miss Kllie Franks and Mr. Palmer
Thomas were married at the Baptist
parsonage in Woodruc mi last Wed
nesday. Miss Franks is the accom
plished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .1 R,
Franks, of this place Mr. Thomas
is a yotin. business man of Spartan
bUI'g. They will make their future
home in Spartanburg. They have the
good wishes of all their numerous
Mr. John Thomas, of Spartanburg,
was In Lanford Sunday.
Mrs. (). F. Fowler and Miss Robin
i Patterson were in Laurens shopping
Quite a number from here attended
the fair at Spartanburg.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE
Of Mrs. Mary F. Putnam, Deceased.
The undersigned will sell at pub
lic auction at Lauren8 C. H., S. C. on
Salesday In November, 1912 being the
5th day of the Month, all that piece,
parcel or tract of land lying, being
and situate In Dial Township, Laurens
'ounty, S. C, containing ninety (90)
acres, more or lsss, bounded by lands
of W. A. Oarrott, M. H. Hurdlne, lands
of the estate of Aimer Owens, deceas
ed and others.
Terms of Bale: Cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers.
W. A. Putnam.
M. T. Oarrett,
E. M. Royd,
A. M. Todd,
Oct. 16, 1912.
Don't forget that we hnvo n bit-' line
of Dolls nt about fine-half What they
UStially sell for.
S. M. & D. n. WILKES & CO.
?j-1 - AN D -
Have your Clothes Pressed and Cleaned by
men who know how. You'll find them here at
E. V. FERGUSON
Cv^- H. Terry's Store Laurens, South Carolina
N. B. Dial A. C. Todd
DIAL & TODD
Attorney* lit Law
Boterprise Baak Building, Lauretw, S. C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
MONEY TO LOAN
Simpson, Cooper A. Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in ail State Court?,
prompt attention given to all btiflinese.
Wo want you to call and so<> the
beautiful China we are displaying for
holiday trade, our line is larger and
better this season than Over,
S. M. Ar B. II. W ILK BS & CO.
Take notice that on the 11th day of
November, I will render a final account
of my acts and doings as Administra
trix of the estate of l\, P. Cole, de
ceased. In the office of the Judge of
Probate of Eaurens county at 11
o'clock, a. in., and on the same day
will apply for a final discharge from
my trust as A minist rat rix
Any persons Indebted, to said ostate
are notified and required to make pay
ment on that date; and all persons
having claims against said estate will
present them on or before said dat?\
duly proven, or be forever barred.
Malessa J. Cole,
October 9, 1912.?1 mo._
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