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tiUnanon tor .Leters of Adminstu tom
State of South Carolyina,
County of Laurens.
By O., 0. Thompson, Probate Judge:
Wiereas, W. E. Brainlott has iade
euit to me to grant him 'Letters of
Administration of the 10state and ef
foots of C. 1, Bramnlett.
These are therefore to cite and ad
anonish all and singular the Kindred
and creditors of the said C. M. Bran
lett deceased, - that they be and ap
poar before mle, in the Court of Pro
'bate to be held at Laurens Court
1-louse, Laurens, S. C., on the 23 day
of December next, after Ipibllcation
hereof, at ii o'clock in the' forenoon,
to show cause, if any they have, why
the said Administratipn should not be
Given under my hand this 5th day
of December Anno )omini 1913.
O. (1. 'Thompson,
20-2t .1. P. L. C.
'By virtue of a' Tax 1Execution direc
t~d to me by Ross D. Young, treasurer
of Laurens County, S. C., against
Woodruff Oil and Fertilizer Company,
I have levied on and will sell at pub
lie auction 'to the highest bidder at
JArurens Court House on salesday in
January, 1914, being Monday the fifth
day of the month, during the legal
hours for such sale, the following de
scribed real estate to wit:
All that piece or parcel of land sit
-uate, lying and being in the town of
JAlnford in Laurens county, S C., coni
'taining six (6) acres, more or less,
bounded on the east by lands of J. W.
]Anford, on the west by the C. & W.
C. Rail road and on the south by lands
of Arch Holmes.
'erms of sale, cash, purchaser to
pay for papers. If the terms of sale
are not complied with, the land to be
r'e-sold on samec or some subsequent
salesday, on same tei:ns. at risk of
.ohn 1. Owings,
Sheriff of Laurens County, S. C.
Dec. 6, 1913.
State of South Carolinn,
County of Laurens
J. Giroud S-ullivan, as 'Executor of
the estate of Mrs. Malinda C. Kay, de
ceased, I will sell at public auction to
the highest bidder, at Laurens C. 11.,
S. C., on Salesday in January, 1914,
being Monday the 5th diay of the
month, within the legal hours of such
.Hales, the real estate of Mrs. Malinda
C. Kay, deceased, in Sullivan Town
ship, Laurens county, consisting of
Two Hundred Thirty and Three
fourths (230 3-1) Acres, more or less,
sub-divided in live tracts to wit:
Tract No. 1. Containing fifty-six and
one-half (56 1-2) acres, more or less,
lying on waters of Peachland creek,
bounded by lands of C. L. Pitts, Perry
Sullivan, public road, Tracts No. 2 and
3 of said estate.
Tract No, 2. Containing forty-nine
and three-fourths (49 3-4) acres, more
or less, lying on water of McKnig't
branch, bounded by lands of J. G. Sul
livan, C. W. Taylor, Tully Babb, pub
lie road, Tracts No. I and 3 of said
Tract No. 3. Containing forty-nine
. and one-fourth ("19 1-4) acres, more or
lass, lying on waters of Peachland
creek, bounded by lands of W. P. Bald
win, Public road, Tracts No. I and 2
of said estate.
Tract No. 4. Containing thirty-one
and one-fourth (31 1--) acres more or
less, lying on waters of Peachland
creek and bounded by lands of Perry
Sullivan, public road, Tracts No. I and
5 of said estate.
Tract No. 5. Containing forty-four
(44) acres, more or less, lying on wa
ters of Peachland creek, bounded by
Inds of JIohn Puitnam, WV. P. Bald
win, public roadl, Tract No. 4 of said
Plats may1~ be soon at the ofmee of
J. HI. Sullivan's store.
l10ah'1 tract is wvell located and was~
sub-divided wvith a v'iew as to buildhingJ
sites on public road, tillalie land, waL1
ter andl pasture and woodha ind, and
are in eaisy reach of churches and
schools, about two miles from Rablun
Creek church and one mile from lien.
dlersonville church, twvo milos fromi
Trumbling Shoals Alills and two iles
from IHickory Taver-n's new consil
dated schools, wilth a danily rural mail11
* Terms1 of sale: one-thI rd cash, banl
asce In two eqiual installments (1u1 reO
spectively one and twvo years after dlate
of sale, the credit portion to bear in.
"'terest at the rate of eight per cent. per
annulm, payable annually, and to be
secured by bond of the purchaser andi
mortgago of the preises sold, thet
tbond to provide for ten per cent, at
torney's foes in the event of epilectlin
by suit or by attorney, with leave,
however, to the pulrchaser to pay lh
entire 'bid in cash. The bond of the
Purchaser for the credlit portion shail
also provide that in tihe event the flrst
insitaliment is not paid wvhen due, that
the entire bond shall become due andi
payable. Purchaser to pay for papers.
If the terms of tihe sale are not coin
plied with, the land to be r'e-sold onl
samle or some subsequent salesday on
salmne terms at risk of defaulting pur
JI GIfOU1D SULIb~lVAN,
iCxecutor of the F0state of Mirs. Malnda
C. 15ay, deceased.
Dc. 10th, 1913.-4t. /
N. B. DrAL / A. C. TODD
DIA L &,f/rODD
Attorneyd at Law
Enterprise Baank Building, Laurce*s S. C,
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Lauran., 8. 01
'THE CHRISTMAS PARTY
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Are What Men Like to Receive. And this is the Store to
Find Them. We Have Practical Gifts.
SHosiery, Collars, $
Hand Bags, Suit Cases,
Night Shirts, Bath Robes,
Bedroom Slippers Handkerchiefs.
Select Him a Present from Our Window.
Clardy & Wilson
THE SHOE MEN
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
And congratulations that at the Glorious Yule-Tide the "Old
Ma"and the young boys do not have to resort to strong stimulants
to enjoy the pleasures of the glad season, but may gather together
and drink a bottle of Delicious, Refreshing, Exhilirating,
And experience the sweet sensations of good fellowship without
reflecting upon their own dignity or causing uneasiness and heart
burnings among those gathered around the home circle.
IT'S WORTH A TRIP TO LAURENS.
VIRIT'Il)S All IC NlLCOMIC TO OUR P'LANT. where
t hey enn see the saniitdry b)ottIlig plant, the I )ixie I hottle
Soaker tha ai , utomtica wl ly steiliizes, soaks amld cl eancses the
botties; thle I 'niversaul Aultomalltic Rinsing MIacincc t hat. with-.
out 1the t ouchI ol' thle hamlis, muakes thle bot tles as brighi ti mI
After inspecting our plant and seeing the sanitary and up-to
date methods used, you can Drink Delicious and Refreshing COCA
CO LA and High-grade Ginger Ale and Sodas in Bottles with even
more relish than ever before.
Coca-Cola Bottling Compan
Guy L. Watson, Manager. Laurens, South Carlia
By EDWiN L. SABIN.
(:is I .01. I
HIOV. sa'.tl rI(Ies(ts this witer n!,lit
I i oi a wuitIe~ii 4.1111!
lJntiL tihe lift of Christmas light
Shall spsre:al the Christ taas birth.
The curtain of the dusk he driawn.
And si- pIin. losts afar
Shall wtake to read in radiant dawn
Tho message of the star!
Tile dawn oes mrV hing from the east
Across at Joyous world
To usher In the Chri.Ltmas feast
'Neath l(hrisrm:is fronds unfurled.
Now swiftly on tie glory spreads,
The mirakle fuit11led. ,
To b'ess a iyriad heled heads
And souls by CIilstnmis thrlled.
Behold It sweep ai mighty land,
I.ong leagues of List'ning snow;
From whitened IIrs to where midst sand
Thie polInsetti: glow.
On -:n'glish thatch mist tile It lIes,
('hat eau and but forlorn.
And frozen sieppe aid tropic skies
Acclaim the Christmas morn.
No region too remote for this.
Too difficult no tongue.
The Christmas wreath, the Christmas
The Christmas music sung.
No heart with graco so incomplete.
No head with age so gray.
No hearth so poor it does not greet
The dawn of Christmas dray.
LEVER BILL REPO1L'I'ED).
H1ouse Africultural Con mittee 'Actis
Favorably on Measure.
Washington, Dec. 8.-The house
committee on agriculture today favor
ably :reported the "agricultural ex
tension bill' of Representative Lever
of South 'Carolina, its chairman.
Under the measure, the department
of agriculture wonld send agents ilto
every farming coiiltry in the United
States to meet 'the farmers and give
them in-formation acquired as the re
suilt of many years of agricultural ex
periments. These agents would give
particular attention to home econo
mics as well ms to the improvement
in actual tilling of the soil.
Proper administration of the bill,
the committee will ergo, should make
farm life more attractive and profit
able and so stop the draft of popula
tion from the country to the cities
and towns, The rep.ort quotes census
reliorts to show an alarming decrease
in foodstuffs production and exporta
tion and an increase in their impor
Our store Is packed with the best
and~ most var'ied line of Ilolidlay Goods
ever brought tt Laurens, and we give
every one a specIal invitation to come
and look them over'.
5S. M. &k 10 It Wlkes & Co.
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* LISBON LOCALS. *
Montntville, fdec. 15.-Ve farmers
who have hogs, have killed a part of
them in order to have something fresh
for Christmas. We have been wonder
fully blessed this year, and we are
now ready to return thanks to the Giv
er of all things, who is ready at any
and all times to bless us when we ask
in his name.
Aliss .lance Birown splent this last
week with her friend, Mrs. .J. T. A.
Hallew, before leaving for Cheraw, S.
C.MAi .M ohn lBrown has an interest
ing family aIndl one that Is liked by
everybody who had the pleasure of
k nowing them. To say that we hated
very much to give them up, words fail
to express it. Our loss is Cheraw's
gain, thoy certainly carry the very
best wishes of the entire community
and surrounding country as they were
well known in the county.
Mr. William IDrown, .lr. and family
have moved to this place. lie bought
the place from hIs UTncle John some
time ago These, to. are worthy peo
ple and will be an honor to any com
MIrs. Fuller ihrs been very much in
disposed, but we are glad to state that
she is some better.
Capt. 11. 11. Palley of Cold Point
spent a fetw days last week with his
sisters, M.\rs. Fuller and Mrs. Milan.
AIessrs. Clyde Teague, 1Evans Mad
den are at Augusta and (1reenvillc bus
iness colleges taking a business
'ftese boys are hard workers, and
we predict that they will make good.
Mr, anad .irs. l.. lolmes, of Green
ville, are on a visit to their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. llolmes.
Miss Al ma Garrett will leave next
eek for her home to spend the hol
Miss Gladys Blridges, one of Win
t'hrop girls, will spend the holidays
with 'Mrs. Ballow, also Miss Myrtle
Watts of Columbia.
Mr. .1. N. Wright, of Laurens, Mr.
antd Mrs. Ed Milam ofCold Point. wor
shipped at Lisbon Sunday.
This is lRev. McLn's last preaching
day for this year. We hope that Iev.
\MeLin will contintue to serve this
A merry Cilstinas and a prosperous
New Year for the editor and his force,
1101W'S Tl i lS
We offer Ono Hundred Dollars le
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Iiall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Chenny & Co., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned,; have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him pe cetly honorable
in all business tran etions and finan
chally hle to car . out any oblaga
tions made by i firm.
NATIONAL IL NK OF COMME. CI,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal
ly, acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Tes
timonials sent free. Price 75 cents
per $ottle. Sold by all Druggist. ,
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure.
Theo worst cases, no matter of how tong standing,
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's AntIseptic Healing Oil. It relievei
P'ain and Iheals at the ama ime. 95c SEc $t av