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g0mw anew v a"s.1- eu
She drew the curtain and openet
'the winidow noist'l'ssly to the light
Only a few iourtt ago she had beet
Finlginig !o hier harp-1 ill what v.-retched
it ess ! Slit h1ig he(id sortly to hier1self
The quiet 11ight wa:s full of hiis voice
"I love you! I wn!1t tlhing bitt ilt!
Dow her pitif':l error had tortuIIre
anid %\ rung 1114,11 hoh:1! lint ( r1mo rrov
he. too. wouhl k!t,\w tihat all .mas VO
A eloear -oind chinnwel across thli
1!sine - ' b" of (lte cour1bli-OUsA
elocki. istrikingu lui lni ,tht. One.! . .
'T] o! I ,. often lati ly it hat
ril discerdn:titly aross her tiood
n1ow It siiomd :1 cl:11iaint vatclet
tolling jo.T. riite, !. Four
. . Five!:...l'erhaps he wa:
-phss, lIs-tenintg, too. Was he it
tle old libary, thinig of her
Six ...S. en! . . . 1light
* . . Nii . . . If site could ontl
t3etd her tiiss;; to him oi tho bells
'Te.n ! . . . It "welled m11toro lou(11!
nowm , tulolt deliberat e. 1E1evenl! . .
Another day wats almost gone
Twelv! . . . cometh itt tie
'flo0rt;Iig"--ran the whisp er across lhe
thoiuIt. It ii moring now.
Sh caulight a sharp brealth. lie
ear hand not !! (.'ilt d hier-thevir
tion Atill lpiltated on11 the air like:
heart of man.It had stIruck thir
donii! A little iry touch crept alom
her n Ir A and a cool damniss broko
onl herI "idnl, Ifor tdhe s-eqqned to hevar
qutav"I'1:1ng th ligh1 solg;l lo i g s ;I
lencev. the v (,- * Nf.l:1dAl\ntony, I
It lhal <inavor-d to her var onl till
door-st(-1 of t I'ow !ro~ abin, with thl,
weoll-sweep throwiig its loig curvet
'shadow across th0 rItouptit of laughini,
"Ah Sees yo' gvine ter him. Al
healhs do co'I ot-house clock a-strikin.
'In de titght1--<m yo' gwine..
Don', wait, dton', Walt, lV i'lmistis, v
Ide trouble-cloud gwine kyah hitn
jerway f'om yo' . . . When de cloe1
strike thlihten-when de clock strikh
She dropped the flowered curtail
'and drew back. A weird fancy hat
begun to press otn her brain. Had no
Mad Anthony foretold truly what ha,
gone before? What if there wer,
isome cryptic meaning in this, too? T<
go to him, at midnight, by a lonel
'country road-she, a girl? Incredible
*Yet her mind had opened to a vagu
igrowing fear that. was swiftly mouni
ling to t thriving anxiety. That innlla
:superstition, secretly cherished whil
.derided, which I the heri 't-age of th
'Southroi-born bred from cenituries c
icontact with a mystical race, had he
in Its grip. Yet all the while ho
-sober actual comnon-settse was cryitn
%out upont her-and crying itn vair
lnknowi appetences that had lai
darkling in her blood, coie down t
ier from long generatiots, wer fu<
idenly compelling her. The curtal
began to wave in a little w(ind tha
whispered in the silk, and somewher
in thte yard belowv she couldl hear Si
lim nipp)Ing the clover.
She was to go- or the "trouble-cloud
Lwould carry him away!
A strange expression of mingle,
Ifright atnd resolve grew. Ont her fact
~She ran on tIptoe to her wardrob
tand with frantic haste dragged out;
rough cloak that tell over her sof
house-ownt, covering it to the feet. I
had a petak.ed hoo~d fallintg frotn it
icollar atnd Into thtis shte thrutst th
resentfutl massefi of hot' hair. Elver
few serontds shte etaught her breath I:
a short gaspj. andi iiotte shet PauseH
withI att appritehentive. gh nce over hei
shoutlder aiti 811sh il. Site ear tcel.
knew., w..hat she didl, ntor id she ais
Iherself whtalt might hie the ouit(ico o
suicht;i an asurd adv-eiture. She tte
thetr knt'w tnot' i-artdi. Site was swep:
'off hter feet andt whit-led away itt
'some out ttlnish limbio of shtadow
fear anid -ryitng drtead.
Slipptiin, oftf her' shtoes, shte w''n
'sw.iftly'andi nisel iessly' down thett steli
Sihe let her'',iif out of' th door i an'' dt
shtois ont again ran acrt0~''toss thie clovi
pJered( wortd. St-linu lifi ed hiis htead an
she palle thi e I' sauin tg ipiiit
muz.zle' an lnstanrt be-fore, withi hi'
hand on his mianoe, site led bii
thriought t' htdge to the sitable.
'was ht. tihte work oif a tmotmett
throw on at sidt-sadidle anid huckle th
girtht. Thiieni, moun itig, she tu rtne
hint itto I th- lane.
He wa is t ho rouighbredti, andl hert tenis
exciteentt . seed i tottommit tcat
Itself to htimt. to btlow thto btreat
'throutgh is (1e1icato flaing tnost ri
and tliitng u p hiis hteadl t hter restrain
intg htantd otn the br idl . Otte on lth
Ried floatd, shalt tf hitm have htis will
'The loe;, ':cat i - hway reel'd ott
1:hitnd hter to thie tiet-ce attd lonel
'hoof-tatltoo. Site was scarcely cot'
,sucitus of coinsecut iIvo toutghtt-ali wa:
a vagtue Jumtble of chtaotic itmplretssiout
threaded by that necestit y thatt caller
her like an isistent voice.
. Copuie andI hedge flew b~y, streaks o
idistemper on the shifting gloom;
iswarthy farmhouse roofs huddled like
1giant Indiang on the trail, and ponde
In pastures glinted back the pali
ighmmering of stars. The taint mist
I aged in the branches of the trees
jade them look like ghtosts gatherel
Ito see her pass. Was this real o'
was she dreaming? Was she, Shirlei
'J1kkIgridga. realy galloning down at
I Open road at IItltligrit - because of the
hare't-brai ned maundeings of a half
mau1d old negro?
Tth great !rol gate of I)a1nory court
.hm 'pIl. and ce ly Slackoning
hor pact', She rode tillougli and up,
ili. long drivo. ''Tho Vlomomng houase
i'ult wait :ilan k antid slm and its
hueperch volan nsl' loot.or,. itke lone0ly
.t oay m lhii ; in I - w- n light. Not
atil howeod at e.t11n1 or erannly;
tl 1ione.(rous shutters were closefd.
. iTer. was a sn of.. ds(r(t ion, of
I VipljilIsS aboutl the place that
broulht her hart ilnto her throat witl4
a i-ltkly hIorrible feeliig of certalinty.
Shec jumped)( dlown- fromt thle blowing
horse and lurried around the hou6e.
'Ille (loot o ' tie kitchens Was opel
and a ladder of diml revddlish light fell
fromn it across the grass. She ran
swiftly and looked ill. A huddled fig
ure sat tihere, rocking to and fro in
"Aunt I Ia ph,'' she Called, "what is
'Ile turban'e head tirned sharply
towvard he."lat yo', Mliss Sirley?"
tihie hI( \t.lllill a aid hus kily. "Is yo'
com t";' zvo Mars' Johni 'fo' he gwillo
away? Yo' t'oo 1.lte, lioney, too late!
- lif' (ol10'o gone ter te deepo fo' ter
la(Al tie I oo train. MMl, oh, lolley,
Ah knaowe in 11:111 ole ha'at dat Mars'
Join ain' tIo\vahlI gwiin' come back ter
Dal Cr c'o*t nIo mIo'
The Song of the Nightingale.
Along thlt! dairk turnlhike .Jolnt Val.
ilant rod11 ith his ('1h1i sunk on is
brlast. 1il was wretlchdly glad of
the darkntss, for It covered a tholl
1and fatniiiar sights he had grown to
love. Yet tIlrol'igl the dark camte
ldriftinlg sounls that caught at him
r wIt 11thu inching hands--the bay of a
I hound o1011 somle far-off kennel, the
t whirring note of frogs, the impatient
3 high whinny of a horse across; pasture
bars-and hi3 'nostrils widened to tho
I wild braidetd fr'agrance of tile fields
I over which the mist was spinning Its
t fairy carded wool.
The preparations for his going had
been quickly made. Ile was leaving
helid him all but a single portnan.
teaul. Incle Jefferson had already
taken tihls-with Chum-to the sta
a tion. ''ld Ohl man had lOw gone sor.
rowfiily afoot to the blockhouse, a
. half-mile up the track, to bespeak the
stopping of tie express. lie woul( go
back oin tile horse his master was
r Thle lonely little depot flanked a
r idling bside a dismal stretch of yel
g low clay-halIk gougid by 'inls. Its
0. widows wevre dakI and ti . weather
a blattil lplalk phatform was i IIllinate(d
a by a single laintern that hung Onl a
nail beside the loceod door, its sickly
aI flaine showing bruise-like through
t smoky Stranlgs of lamip-black. At
f on side, inl the s1111ow, wa.... Ils bag,
and~ besidle it the tethered bulldog
sole spot or white againsit the mnelan-.
choly forlornness -- lying withl one
sillintedl leg, like a swadldled ramrod,
sticking straight out beforo him.
In thle saddle, Valiant struck his
Shand hardl against his knee. Surely
It was a (dream! It could not be that
t 11e was leaving Virginia, leaving Dam
t ory Court, leavIng her! Blut he knewv
athat It, wast (lot at dream.
Far awtay, rollnd(inig Powhattan
r, Alounta11inI, lhe heard the long-drawni
I hoot of the 00ominlg t rain flinging 116
Ss-ky-'wa rning inl a host of scam((p('ring
r ('(ho(0s. Amongll them (m1ixeld anothler
v sound1( of a horse, gal lopin(g fast and
S it is owvn lidgetedi, tiunhg up1 wide ((05'
tri!x and n'ig'hed ishrilly'. W\ho wvas
c (omling along~. thait runlnelled highway
at such an1 1hour'( in ( such lt~i breakeck
'lhe train1 was necarer' now; lhe could
hebar its low rumbnling hluml, r'isiug
to ai roar, and thie clIck andl( spring of
thie rils. llut though hw lifted a foot
from th' stiri up, he did( (lot dismlounlt.
Someiithliing in1 the( whlirlwinid speed of
I-(oining tauoght andi hlhi m m11 10 Oion
h+8s. lih' hadl~ at Suddenl ('uriolus feeling
that all lihe wortld be(sidO did( (not Px.
is lhire wter' only the' sweeipiung
rush~l of' the, nerli ng t raiI--imnpersonal,
unhuma--ho, iig his hlorse ill the
an.uii ofi0 sp~ieed ouitstripped thet
The ro1ad ikirtod t he fraick ats It
nea:redl thle st ation1, and all at Once a
wh iti glar ('from~ the( opl(eedI ire-blox
Iflung it self' hlinilingly ac ross thle darkc,
Silluminatinug lko a flare of summer
1ligh tning the patcIh of hiIgh way and1(
StheO riier. Vailint, starinig, had anl in
stant's visIon of a st reaiiolng cloak, of
t. a gill's taco, set in a tawny swirl or
loosenled hair. WVithl a cry that was
.lost in tile shllriek of escapiing steailnk
lhe dra11gge'd his pluniginrg hlorse a round1(
and1( thle white bla'/e sweplt hilm also, as
the rltder pull ed dIown at Is sid~e.
"You!" he cried, lie leaned and
caught the slimt hands grippedl on the
IThe dazzling brightness had gone
by, and tile air was full of thle groan
lng of the brakes as the long line of*
Idarkened sleepers shuddered to its
enforced stop. "John I"- H heard
the sweet wild cry pierce through the
jumble of noises, and something In it
set his blood runing molten through
hi.ve/a. Jt hld .an areni qt relief.
4 SaTumV ano oU -n appea. -an
And knowing suddenly, though not
how or why, that all barriers were
swept away, his arms went out and
around her, and in the shadow of the
lonely little station, they two, in their
saddles, clung and swayed together
with clasping hands and broken words,
while the train, breathing heavily for
a resentful second, shrieked itself
away into the night, and left only the
fragrance from the misty fields, the
crowding silence and bo sprinkling
The breeze hai risen and was
blowing the n:ist away as they went
back along the road. A faint light
was lifting, forerunner of the moon.
They rod side by side, and to the
slow gait of thet horse, touching noses
in low whinnyings of equine comrade
sipi. by thw faint htilou. they gazed
Into acOh otlier's faces. The a(lorabi
tweedy rougihliess of his shoulder
thrillcd her cheek.
And you wePre go!ig away.
et - , I klow. It was mly fault.
I . . . nikitiunerstood. Forgivo
lie kissed hr-t- ha id. "As if there
were anything to fri-pive! Do you
remember in the woods, swveet-heart,
the day it rainod? What a brute I
was--to fight so! And all t he timue I
wanted to take you in my arms like a
little hurt child....
She turned toward him. "Oh, I
wanted you to fight! Even thouii
it was no use. I had given up, but
your strength comnforted ie. To have
you surrender, too-"
"It va43 your face in the church
yard," he told her. "11ow Iale and
wor1 you1 looked! It camne to ie
then for the first time how horribly
selfish it would be to stay--how much
easier- going wouli naie it for you."
And to think that it was
Mad Antthoy-- Did the clock renly
strike th irteen, do you think ? Or did
I fanvy it?"
"Why (tie1tion it?" he said. "I be
liev in lysteries. hIle grtatest tnys
tery of ali is that you should love
mue. I (loIt no miracle hereafter,
At the i entrance of the cherry lane,
ho fastened Iis horse to the hedge,
and noiselessly let down the pasture
bars for her gol(en chest nut. When
he came back to where she stood walit
Ing on the edge of the lawn, the late
inooln, goldent-vesture(l, wits Just show
ing above the rim of tle hills, paint
ing the deep soft blueness of the Vir
ginian night with a translucence as
pmure as prayer. Above the fallen hood
of her cloak her hair shone like a nim
bus, and the loveliness of her face
made him catch Ills breath for the
wonderfulness of it.
As they stood heavened in each
other's arms, heart beating against
heart, and the whole world throbbing
to joy, the nightingale beyond the ar
bors began to bubble and thrill its
unimaginable melody. It came to
them like the voice of the magical
rose-scented night itself, set to the
wordless music of the silver leaves.
It rose and swelled exultant to break
and (lie in a cascade of golden notes.
But in their hearts was the song
that is fadeless, Iimmortal.
THuls enlds the( story. lii~i youl eoy
I" ? If yo'l itt d wrie ts i antl if Ve re.
('ive etnotigh letters inidieating that
te toy has roven lilt t inltersting to a
we will buiy aothter serial amil biegin
itblienliti at ani e'arly dlate. 'Thie Ad
vertiser w ishes to pin t thle things
wich1 appeai'l to its subt sciiersl andt
the only way it which we can finid out
whant a pieals to thtelt is to ask them.
Wrtite us hiow litany in~ thle famtily havi~e
f'oll1owed 11h( st ory3. If rsufflieientI inter't
ist is dlisplayved we will btegini to
'rebc fot- antuther interi'stintg story
i t,'d ia el.h .
Phiios:phy' of Age.
As we 1o ' hh rlI'~ n' ('alt see wh.iy
ltd beh' that a lot of oair pra~yers
ta v been, unlantsweredl.-New~ York
'iMtttt.L iti IITut TO llAl.,itWOMEN ~t
lll~llEADtll OFa illSEi~vI Ptl'
Thousandi s u on thousandits of it O-l
(t lin-Wo's eI wanp.ii fenpoe
be ntin sel fi tile b otytlaet
or-the r'li t ofwai idneyot tho rader t dis
i y1eth' abndy iadre o i~nuea henlth
Itndritio they nVCI3 ead of ther5 ori
pet', ~to hlimu d o.Ieasly.re ,b
You ple size fferb a rel Pdst, with
cain in t-te btkhergar-dw ff-ent.
riabnd ondla size botespondenl; dru
Gaet rid onme's, isnig
ilrceup fonrd Afwmer0 thei thng
Now1. fionr3swmbot, (usedtor-e
in) healt fo thoe bottleysre to
bej50 her,)y eddtooecm
The Man With a Job.
Elvery one has a right to the dis
tinction which titles of nobility are
sneant to give, but it is from our work
that we should get them. The grocer,
the trapper, the night watchian, the
cook, is a person fit to be recognized,
both by his own timid self and by the
rest of the world. In time the title of
our job conies to stand for us, to on
large our personality and to give us
permanence. Then it supplements the
standing with which is given us by our
product. To "hold down a job" gives
ts a place in the wvorld, something ap.
proaching the home for which in soine
form or other every one longs. "Havo
you any placo for me?" we ask with
eagerness, for until we find "a placo"
wo are trampl-nmen without a coun
A main with a job has, at least in
embryo, the kind of recognition which
we all crave. lie has won member
Ship in a club that he wants to belong
to and especially hates to be left, out
of. To be in it as a member in full
standing gives a taste of self-respect
New koofingj Materia.
A new r, a mIang trial is steel coat
Cd with h .1d.
For the benefit <
Garage the vcry lat
charging storage ba
84 acres known as the -Jones land
houndeil by lands of L. Z. Wilson and
V. Z. 1all with 7-room cottage, good
tetnant holse, good barns anid out.
buildiigs. Price $50.00 per aere, 1-1
eash, Imlance, 1, 2 and :' years.
2 ares, iore or less, in to'n 01
C. It. Taylor fatrn. hounded by land
of Cha rlie Irby, Ilih l'overs, tussell
''attison, wit dwlellinlg antd Out
uOtildings. 'rlee $1,900. All (ash.
2 acres, ore or less. In town ol
M-imtp ~ r"son viilI, Gre lle coinaty
inown as .1. Ii. Goodwin's h1outse and1(
lot and hounded by Dr. H0war'(d ind
J1. A. Tiodd. as beauitiful cottage
nilcely located. Price $2500. All cash
10 acres of land near Owings. a part
of' Ars. ii. G. Willis' farm, boundet
by .1. M. Owings and land of Mirs. II
G. Willis. $100 per acre.
One acre of land and S-room dwell
Ing in the growing town of Gr'a)
Cout, boutnded by landls of JT. W. WVelh
and .1. II. Owings, has fine barn, fimn
well water and tank. In 300) yards oi
Grtay Cottrt-Owitngs intstituate. Prtici
5t00 ieres on the t road Ilead Ing fron
(Gray Cout '. to 1latu for'd, will be sutb
div'ided itnto St0-acr'e lots andtt sold osi
easy.~ termsil . See' the (early atnd securt
Il 1-2 acres known t as thle Ha lent In
hIn d, l,otuded by the land; of pote
l'1 ledge and~ ot hers. P rice $:;0.00 pe
O~ne aire of land withl 7-roomi Cot
tage boundoed by Iaandis of (G. Y. 1lel
iatts atili .irs. .1. It. I~orroht. P'riei
410 atcres' of lail. kntowtn as part o
thle .lartiun iidle estate., oundedt by
lands of)1. .\l. Itiddle attd .irs. 1lamit
)wI ings. Pritie $10t per acre.
23:- Ia. ns, kin own as Du)icke tt htous 5
toadi leatdintg to .Aladdeni station: I
miilei oif the elly3 limtits or Laurtetns
21 Snertes, miore' otr less, kinownu as
C). L~. iltnitr htome, hounded b~y War.
rior ercek, M. II. I lunier, W. .1. Fletm.
lng attl othIer's, with six room; dwell.
Ia a nt ttd foit' teniatif nut ouse, wel(l I im.
* rOVed. Pice1(1 $!t,0010.
178 atcres of Ian nleuar Ora, bon td
i'd by lands of Totm Poole, Willint
ltryson andl othIer's, with' goodl Im.
Iprovemtsit , wIllI be sold ver'y, verb
Also ltree ttiuinpove'd lots at thte
Waits MIll will be sold rmnarkably
cheap. See me fotr prilce,
1 3-4 acres, more or less, kino
hI. Rt. Blakeley home, boiunded by
liellanms, J1. J. D~endy andi fronuting
Church strcet. EIght room cottage
and outb~uildling, , city water, with
lights, Fine pasture. Price $2,500.
The Land Man Wh
Planning for the
'Among, those tiin14 which il Wornon
should know of, and many of them- do,
19 IL splendid ex.
nold in niost drug
stores unler the
ilarno of "Mother's
-Frilid." It is a
1111 IiInany and many
a mother tells how
it Flo wonlderfuily
aided themn througl
tile period of expec
tnney. Its chlef purpone Is to render tihe
tentions, ligamients n0 m11u1 scles no plint
that nature's expansioi may be iecon.
pulshed without the intenso strain so
often characteristic of tho period of
At any rate It is reionable to bellevo
that since "Alother's Frli(I'" 1111 beeln i
colpnioin to mnotherhoodt for m11oro than
hlf it cetilury no ruoro timely udvico
cotild be given the inexierlenell Imother
11hain to suggest Its dally io during Cx
Ask -it any drug store for "Mother's
Friend," a penetrating, external Jlquid
of great help anid valie. And write to
Irqi Wfield Itegulator Co., 303 .amar Ildg.,
Atlanta, 0a., for their book of useful
nid thnely inforrnation to expectant
mnothers. It on1tain11 niny Nuggestiuns
thpat arC of interust to Ill wolneln.
VE INSTALLED THE L
, CHARGING APPA
f auto owners we have i
Cst model of Mercury A
tteries of all deccriptions.
; CHARGES BOTH WA
IES CHARGED AT TEA
iver Power 4
J. F. HARNEY, Supt.
20 acres of land inside ilcor'pol'ate
limtits of city of Laurens, with six
room cottage, three roon house and
outhuilding, for $2,500.
Two store rooms, at Watts IllI,
fronting ;50 feet and 50 fee. deep. Price
3-.I acre of land. oliunded by Jeff
Sexton, Will Blai]keley, and othrs onl
Mlock Street, Inl city of I. .11rells; ias
six room1 dwellinlg, fcr Ihe small 111sui
3-1 acre ml ore or less, k n ol as A.
I). iii 1rn1s hoie, in the city of Laurens,
b) unded by Boyd Hexton, Geo. Garrett
ald fronting on North liarper streot,
with seven room dwelling, ou tbuild
Ing an(d line well of waeIr. TiIs hiomie
hans been2 recenttly bu1 ilt in liue loca
tlin and can be bought for $3,200, one
third cash, balance in one and two
I'p-to-diate bakery at very reasona
ble price and1( terra inad 1 easy~ (213. See
112e early If you want this lprop~erty.
1 1-.i acres of 1landC knhown as theC l
W- Patt'on hiome at1 Watts Mill1, with a
beau ltfu oICottage anid ai store-room11.
93 0nei's of lailUI~ , known0 as parnt (of
the Alirs. Annhe Cheek limisten I.
hiounlded by W. I. ('heek, Geo. Smit h
WV .11. Iill!')lenero andi othiers. hias
dw(ling and1( outhuiilinlg. (oriienienit
to) scho~ol Uand '11 Ichri. Prie1( $35 per'
1019 neres01, kniow.n M Ar. Albert P.
IThirnls' hotrne, boundedt cr by Samo flurs,
Mabre1 lln and111 lh)bert Ilein11g. 'ihlis
Is a1 i ce piec'e of prIofoerty3, niiceily lo
Cate d and( good 10mprovellnenlts. Chea p
at $.15 iper aerec.
2.10 acres'0, mor01e or less, known a1s
Ithe Mat Owings plaJCe, bounded by WV.
It. Cheek, C. II. Mlartini and othiers.
IDwelI lig and c other ou1tbulilinlgs. TIIs
ia the properly of Mrs. .Jane Owings,
wvho has a lIfe-time estate andlr will be
sold( at lier inter'est at $1,500 cash.
40 acres, more or' less, known as WV.
Rt. Power's honme, bounded by T. BI.
Taylor, R1. L. Smith and others, flye
room cottage, for $1,200.
F. N. LEAk
o Divides The Earth
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
People's Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts.
orompt attention givento all business.
N. 13. DIAL A. C. TODD
DIAL & TODD
Attornewys at Law
Iiterprise Bank Building, Lauirens, S.C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Wonle) to loan on Reial Estate-Long
nstalled at Teague's
\rc Rectifier for re
.YS BY HAVING
25 acres of land knowin as 13. R.
Todd's home, bounded by lands of S.
If. llurton, E. it. 'raynhan and Mrs.
Hosa Lee Craddock. This is a beut1
full home at Narnie. station on C. &
NW. C. railroad, 5 Imliles from Iarens.
This home was htill anad improved in
1913. Plice $2,750. Why not huy this
.11 1-2 aes, known as M. 11. Blurn'
home, bounided by A. It. Murns, 8. J.
111u1rns and Jim Nabor:. 'Price $1,G60.
15 acres, maor'e or less, knaown as the
11. L. AeSwain home plaee In Cros
11111, with a beauallftil 8-room cottage.
See mae for prices.
I 1-i a cres with six-rooni dwelling,
two ba rnS, and other outbildings at
the Watts Mill1. Pruice$ S,s00.00.
88 acres, known as P'. 0. SmIth's
home, bounded by S. A. WIlliams,
C'hesterlield McDanIel and others.
Price $317.50 per acre.
These are a few o fthe bargains
that w e have to offer you at the pres
ent. If you want a home or want to
dis:pose of ai home call me up at Gr y
Aourt, S. C., P'hone 19.
50 acres5 of land1( boundedl by publIc
hIgh way runnIng from Laurtenus to
Gireenville, knowni as the hlarksdi 'o
land, .ltst ottirie corporate lImIts of
the cit./ of Laurenis Praice $75.00 per
Also lot adjoining this lot, 02 acrea,
ait $S0.00 per acre.
I I7 1-*2 aches bounded by I:ande of C.
A. Hlabb, K. i. Mlares and the Aber..
C romlble estate. IIlas ntice d wellinug,
godlci ubilditr,~ and~ farm landt~s in
the hi ghItest state of culltivatIo't. Price
110 1-2 neres known as4 the Ileubeni
Alartin hiomestecad, sItuhated lt the
Ih! htway ftrom I~ Lanford to Grayv Court.
Ilbis is onet oIf, thte fttest loentlions in
the utpper part of the (ounty, close to
schools, close to chu irch andi close to
tuarkbet. Price $1 5.(0 per' alerI.
2 aotes, tino Or 1(ss, know aii as S. TP
'aylor''s place, bounde by1(115 Noith Itlar
tetr st reet. Wa tts \l Ills prtopety; f1lvo
room1( dwel linig, 51 tstorerom '25 % 7 feet,
wIth barn an td fine well o a ir a
be connted ciwilh water' woreks. 1flee
tile llgI.ts alre:dy installed. licee $3,
63 acres of land, more or less, known
as the (.. J. Lanaford lanids, boaurded by
the lanids of .1. 0. Gatrrett, Hi. I. flutr
dlette atnd others. PI~tle $60.00 per' acre.
54 1-2 aneres, known as the Gilly' P.
iddhile home place, bonnided by Chtattio
Dlenson, II. P. (haitett. and1 LIttle br'oth
Cr'S. PrIce $37.50 110r uer'e.
40 1-3 acres, mor'e or less, known as
.1. D). Graydon htome, biouttnded by J. M.
Armnstrotng, W,. Ii. A beircromblie andi
othter's wilth cottage and( outtbuilding.
Ptrlce ?45 per acre.'
64 acres of land ith~ 6-rooma cot
tage bounded bly lands of Itatrri Rid
dlie, JT. D. Owligs, Sanm Jramlett and
C'ook Brothers. Prilce $65.00 per acre.
53 aeres, nmore or less, known as
Hloleomb Illace, bounded by Ilutler
Garrett, J. RI. Iloleomub and others,
with four room dIwelling and out..
buIldings, PrIce $00,
to Suit Your Puree