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ADVERTISER PRINTING COMI'NY
Laurens, S. C.
i4LISON LEE Presideut
A)THUR LEE See. and TreaR.
Mwrietising Rates on Application.
1htnaries and Card of Thankst One
oat a word.
>Sute"d at the postoffice at Laurena,
83. i., as second class mail matter.
I 'i I-:NS, S. C., AI'GSTl'ST , 11)15.
'h \dvertiser' man.111 pai( a visit to
po wrstaitio slt sevelral Iays
W here he vas show n Ohe bes
toiatoes lie ilas Seen this
iThe vines wer4'e loaded wvihi
i. :went specimentil of "tonliato
* 4 *
11l have to "hand" it to the
rti- oil the vGreiville
I Ils us of i lie speaks
ngr( "igravIing" alother's
I a razor illt Ille curse of a
gnilte ofi skill. I 11111ist have
.,! a rt isie .job.
voi tongessionl vatup:ki.In hlas
- !tnd a wvek from Itoday we will
)ho vill be inhe sleond race.
V nPimigt has been1 lo(ally free.
I! !jectiollable featurles. \\ilhouit
n th.' 1 le vanldidats have conl
- 1 thtemisevtes in a praiseworthy\v y
n hlethevr olected or nlot no onek(
neved fevel 11lm1 the4ir, labhor ha.s
Iitless, for it will le soie ( n
v toVt lthe deeI ad(' to kIow
lha ir genitioianlly conduelil won
hir 1 t the (e m ati and11- fendship it'
til 'hIa voles of those wilo he(ard them.
Tilo'me .iX (aldidates have set a place
to ..nlv~len inly coniducltha m1;1 lay well
be. ellowed by 111 vlo go before the
Iwe4.-!t for soliciting votes.
Thev Advertiser is counting oin its
faithliul frientds of tihe past to send in
Ihe eleetiont returins next Tuesday
night. The service that our friends
have Jtein giving in previois elections
has been hard to improve upon and
we hope that we will be treated to a
like service again. We will receive
returns1W by wire from 011101 coliities
andl(] will give our usual bulletin ser
CONVI-it10NC~l14 FORt CO.\.\ON (00O).
Thoiugh the untiing efforts of those
wh~o have inl hand thle sprv Islonl of
tite educa tlonal interests of oi r n01111
ty, 1h.re0 has been provi(l for he
leopl. of 1aurens Saturda a "Con
t r o for Common Good." The Con
le tan., as will heo seenI by referlentce
to 11he neOws COlumnsil, will 1)e hteld at
II linls Spring, in th Is city. It, will
be:. a ddretssed by~ suichl i ieminet men0 as
Con 55e1sman Leiver I, St at Iu S IPeinttenl
'tol . \'.'. W. Long atnd IHer. I,. P'. Mc
Gee. Le.t every' clizenxi of our (coulnty3
who feelhs ant in ter'est itn its edutc(a
tionlal adlvancemenlt attentd: the pmpil
in our4 schools that heo mtay intro his
f ami that he may receiv'e suitgges
tioii tait w1ouIld atid htim iln at taining
a I i eflciciency' inl produtcintg his
S-- .the bulsiness manl~, that lhe
I::5 rovei*1 htis itere'tst ini the 4om1
uint,1 40(d of he county; thle prof'es
SMonL. manti, I lat he mtight Insptire by
his tre.'enee others less fortuttate t hanl
1-.. The 'onlferenlce wili supplty a
fruiit4ful sour'ce of inlspirlatl)on and4 ('n
'oura'emenilt" to allI who may13 at tendl
and wi' urge everCiy 0one who ennlt pos
nibly :' so' to be0 lpresent.
i'Ittres andi Exhmiblis Wlanted.
.\ny person hi: the City or' county of
Lain ''ns who has an attractIve plaCe
or'() exhbit of lIve-stock or' agricultuiral
1probI its will coinfer a great favior up i
on1 this county andh the A. C. I,. Rail
roaid by having it phtotogra phed and
the. picture t~uned over' to Mr'. C. 11.
Gastiue at the freigt station. The
Iphotos are' to be usted in a booklet be
inag gotten out by Mr'. C. A. Maul! of
TIhe Atlantic Coast Line irailway for
the pur pose of boosting this territory.
TIhei Case of L,. L. ('anteloui.
CTe ease of L. L. Canielou, Clar'en
(10n, Texuas, 1s simtilar' to that of many
ot hers who have used Chantblerlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhtoen Remedy.
.lie sa:ys, "After' trying a doctor for'
several months, andi using different
kindls of mnedicino for' mty wife whoC had
ben tro'bled with sevetre howvel comn
pla4it for several mionthts, I bought a
25e bottle of Chtamberlain's Colie,
Cholera~ and Diarrhoea lRnmedy.. After
using thle seconid bottle she was en
tirely cured." For sale by Laturens
Navy, is siending his vacation with his
parents and other relatives here.
.\ir. and Mrs. Creswell Putman and
children, motored down from Easley
and spent the week-end with Mr. Alex
McCall and family.
Rev. and Mis. Truesdale and chil
dren, of Sumter, are visiting Mr. W.
C. Curry and family.
Rev. Truesdale occuliled the Iullpit
here Sunday afternoon. Ills sermon
was delivered with much force and
cloquence and the congregation sei
ed duly appfreciative. Mir. Truesdale
will be iII charge of the revival belng
conducted ii the Melhiodist church at
Gray Court this week.
.\s Is the lisuali custon, the pro
tracted meeting at this place will be
gin the second Sunday evening.
hI'e manii y friends; of Mr. Will Willis
were slocked to hear. of his death
which occurred at his home at about
2 o'clock ' Sa I u rday morning. Mr.
Willis' death Was SlIddii and IInex
Ite.ted, he leiing in his isial health
up to the tilme of his demise. The i
'cel ca0 e of IIis death was paralysis.
I'lh" deecens''d was a substantial cii
Zen, and a consisteit mueibeir of, Diali
<i hn'h. Thle ieilains we interred in
Ilie cometery here at 10:00 o'clock
Siuoliya ,viorning. thle fineral services
he'nt Conullcted by his pastor, the
loiv. T. W. \Iumnnerlynl. Nlr. Willis is
,urvivedi by\ hlis imiedate family-.
Annual .ieunitnin and Seaslort, Ex
.\ugust 11, I915.
('harlesto'I & Westerni Caroliia 10.,
Spiilm amnd Mountain 11 '0,u in North
Ca'.liina, South .arolina ard Tennes
P1.rrts etce.. call1 onl Tjicket Aaenvlts
(h-neral Pla!as-ngr V:"vnt,
-21..\ u tG .
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p* OPi.\il SPIING NiES. *
Poplar Spring, Aug. 2.--We are still
dry in this section, but are hoping we
vill get rain soonl. There was a good
raln just above us last night, and Ip
pearances for rain today are good.
Fishing seems to lie the order of the
day around lloyd's ill1. There was a
large crowd there last week, and this
morning Messrs. Brown, Creswell and
Whitlock came down from Btelton to
seind 3 or I days, after the finny tribe.
Ir. and Mrs. P). L. Abrams and some
of their children spent the latter part
of last. week w iti Mrs. Abram'.% moth
er, Ms. Langston. near Lauens, and
ret ued home yesterday.
Miss Kate lagwell, of Laurens. is
spending a while with ler couisin. .\Miss
Dr. .I. L. Donan. of this section, and
Mir. William liellaims, of Ware Shoals.
took dinner at .\lr. Elija. Bagwell's yes
tcrdla., it being the birt hday of our
old friend and1( vete(ran. .\lr. .1. 11. [tag
.\I r. and .\irs. W. S.. Walkher retuiirned'
from Greenw~ood last Wednesdlay, aftter
spending a week with relat ives and
Mr. and .\lrs. Ii. S. Wallace were the
guests yesteriday oif .\ir. and1( .\tlrs. .1. TI.
sIoind with whom .\mrs. Wallnee will
.\ir. andl Mrs. .\. C. South visited M\r.
and Mirs. liarris, nea r Illlon, thle IatI
ter' part of last week.
Mir. andi~ .\rs. W. L. Walker were
the guests of .\Ir. and .\is. W. S. Walk
Mliss G race Si mmoons return red home
ye~at erdahy trom I her unecs, AlIessr's. It.
1L. ILipford and1 .[. IX. .\oore, whIere she
had lean steiidiing a wecek and report
('d a tint' time.
M\r. and .\lris. .1. 11. Ili edge were the
guests of .\li'. and M'rs. .1. P. SImmons
(bine dlay last weck.
You should see oulin Iie of ltaaby
Ca rriages antd t o-( ails. I t's t he most5
c'omuplete line tvrim shown in this city
and thme prie's arie lowVb'' t\er of
f'(ered. S. .\. & I:. I!. Wi'lkes & 2o.
Iteunimon of I lie Paiittersoin leniiily.
The annui aI reuni on of thie descend
antis, inlaws etc., of IRohin, .Ioseph,
Iltctsic, andl Nancy IPatter'son will be
hld (Iat thle ldbn IPa~ticersonl Sinig on
'Thursda'5Ify, A ugumst I19thi nearm Laniiford,
I Eve ry mcilebr Is urgently requiest
ed to lie presenut in honor of the old
(bst member andi~ foundi~er of this reun
Ion, n-owv living. We refer to Mr. W.
P. Patterson. Let us all lay asidle our
business for oiie (lay, and lie present
on this occasion..
Oiu' committce on programs will
have something good in store for the
guests. Last but not least, dhon't for
get the well filled baskets.
.J. Lee Langston,
Mi's. W. D. Pattei'son, Set-retar. N
Lauiens, S. C., Aug. 3. 1915.
Come to us for ;',u~r Fruit J1ara, 'x
I ra Tal's anlud Ilbber'. S. M. & 1. HJ.
* PRINIETON NEWS. *
Princeton, Aug. 2.-The many
friends of Mr. Walter 11. Davis are
congratulating him upon receiving a
fourear scholarship to Clemson col
lege by examination held Friday, . uly
9. Mr. Davis completed the tenth
grade at the Princeton graded school
this year and Is a promising young
IRev. J. 11. Connelly and family have
gone to Prosperity to.spend this week
Miss Sara Cheek, who is in train
ing at the Spartanburg city hospital,
is spending her vacation here with
her fatier, .\r. N1. C. Cheek.
.iss .iae llidgewa\' is visiting rela
lives at. Saiidy Springs.
i r. It. .\. Monroe, Jr., of II onica
Path, spent several days with rela
yives here last week.
.\r. and .\rs. .J. E.. Allen and dauigh
tol, lIIelei. of Iloniea Path, spent. the
week-end w\0ith1r. 'i'hos. It. Carter.
. \Iks Sudic lialentine, of Ware
Shoals, is tile guest of Aliss Florence
Mr. W. J. Branm blet , of MCormiek.
Is visiting friends here.
.I isses Clara aid Ida T'raynham
arc visiting at 'h1andler. the guests of
thle Misses Chapman.
.\asler iroalus ''ioimas, ot Ware
2l'mals. is visiling hi-; uniche, Mi4. W. .
Capt. and Alirs. I huimbert, Mr. and
.A. .1. Sullivan and childreni, Car
lIs(, andot Idis, milotorel to Wiliailiston
Thu irsday, ,1) spend the day.
All. and Mis. W. S. iReamnes, of
Greenville. spent the week-end withi
the forier's Sister, .\lrs. W. 1. Free
The I'rinceton ball team defeated
Ihe Ware Shoals team at a fast gaiie
inl Ware Shoals Satua rday afternoon,
Ile score being 2 to I for Princeton1.
Pin.*ii(celtdn is jsitly Iroud or he' teali
this yeai', having won several gamnes.
Pale, sickly girls who are approach
Ing the age of womiainhiood stand in
ieed of the finie regulating and
streigt hen ing inf ii ulunce of I)r. Siml
mon's Sqfuiaw Vine Wine. It is well
adapted to meet such codliit ons and
establish regularty. 1t corrects lan
guidness. (lull eyes, had hieat'hi, weal(
digestion, and nervousness. it helps
the suffereri through.the critteal I)eri
od, restor'es strength. appetite and a
clear, rosy complexion. Price $-1.00
per bottle. Sold by alI druggists.
See e1ur line of lee CIreani Freezc r
and Rlefigerators. We have them
markce' at extreme.. lov prices. E
M. & F If. Wilkem; & Co.
Notlce to Election Mnuagers.
The boxes for the election are now
iady and enn he gotten by en ll iig at
lie Clerik of Court's ollice. 'Managers
ae urge(l to hear this in in d and
c"l.I for the boxes as soon as possible.
Walshingt on, 1). '., and 1 tiiurn.
August 11, 1915
C. & W. C., 113'., S'partanbhurg and
C'all on M1. JT. Simipson, TI. A., Ibau
rens, S. C., or' write E~rnest Williamis,
Gener'al Passenger Agent, Augusta,
Mting hu f TI lrustees.
Ana u rgeint appeal is hereby sent out
to the truitie es of I-auirens conity. lie
Pliz'/ing tihe grave re(sponibility; while
at the samte airme realizing our' lack
(of iooper'iationh, I appelial for! youri l'res
('nce at li~iaurenst Co'urtl ioiise Saturii
(hl', August 'ith. I'nl'ss thmere is a
growth amiong thle tru'isteres oIf the
i'ounity in eneirgy, in keeping in touchi
ih thei evenuts o if the schlOi day.
there is a pssiility oif thle trud1 (es
fa~iling to keep lpa'e w!lh thle (edluCa
tlinal miovements of the day. A goodl
day is pireparedl for you. Will you take
advantage of it? laet us awake,. he up
C. 11. Ow ings, Pres.
Not ice of Annimuial Mee't ir.
Thiie annual meetinag oif stoelkhoIlers
of the Peoples Loan & l'xchianige llank
will lie held at. the bankinig otilee on
Augu st 2-ithI at 1i a. mu.
rhe Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head
nlecatuse of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA
TIVF. aROMO QUJININJilIs better than ordinary
Quinine and dhoes not cause nerv'ouisness nor
ringing In head. Remnenmber the fun name aiid
look for the sIgnature of Ei. W. GROViR. 25c.
rThe mtint mtakes it andt unider the
termst of thte CONTINENTAL, 31lRTG
30 (COMPANY yonl can secure it alt
ti per cent,. for any legal purpose ont
aipprovedci rcal e state . Tcrms. easy,
bll us your wantsq andt we wuill co
opera'lte, with you.
908-04 iINSEY' JILDO., Balt imore,. 3rd,
We are showing a now 1 line of I~ow
er' Pots and Winidow Iloxes, somlethlung
enitir'ely new. We would ho gladl to
havey yon call anmd see them. S. M. -&
E. II Wil-m, C.
Greenville, S. C.
Affords complete advantages for
*a broad, liberal education. Trains
its studenta for lives of fullest
efficiency and responsibility.
Equipment, faculty, courses of
study, ind cultural influences are
entilely in harmony withd present- %
Adimin histratlin, istrtiet lon ,,1( dor
nitltoir bulkhuln' ("(111" Ie t , it ll: Itho
I'nttance requirtfrnenls upont 4-uimt hasis.
K i, and N: to .
n.: ill Iu M. . fd i<e . B ums .-,
letadiung to dliplo itit.
Thorourh c(onl o leadiIi to diphl
tuas l a Conservat-ni Ma~iej, te :i' wn t i s
it fArt. Exprutsion, Pi,ysical Culture, Kindercar
ten, Normal Frinl Couric.
Thk his thution u:a to nrrl the
belt eduI- tle1H '" rt on e i :tl ble
att a1 ni11iniut o I-or Cntnto.;ue Lddhan
DAVID M. 7IAMSAY, n. M.. Pres.
Greenvilte, S. C.
(tilts for SIC-1,000 bushels of Hmn
croft Iust -proof oats for sale att 75c
pier hushqlel cashl. This is at ve(-ry filue
eled oat and yelu had hetter get inl
yout r- order quick. No rese rvat is.
oI st oli, first served.
It. S. .1. Davis, 1'rop.
For Sale.-Onle 5-passenger 1i) 3t0
h. p. touring car it hine condition.
New fires. Will trade or sell at. a
1t. 10ar] Wilson,
host--lt ween Grecnvood and Lau
Irens ll 1u rIsday Imorning, a stit case
w%*iti name "Miss .Janie Iarris" rlitt
ed thereon. ioward for informat Ion
leading to its recovery. Leave at this
ollice or notify W. 1. Hlarris, Owings,
Lin11d For Saile.-on long teems.
Also land to rent, from one to t wenty
live horse farm. See. me or write 'ine
at once. 'hos. M. Shaw,
2-tf. Laurens, S. C., It. F. 1). 4.
For Rent.---1 cottage (6 rooms,)
with electric lights and water .works.
Next to Red Iron Racket. $12.00 per
month. See L. E. Burns. Be quick
you may miss It.
For Sale.-One four roll McCormick
Corn Shredder, secondhand. Will sell
to the highest bidder on Saturday,
Atig. 28th, 1915 at 1 P. M. A chance
for a1 good bargain.
Mrs. MIary Cheek,
.M. A. Jones,
Chiekens-A few more milk-fed
chickents for sale. :10 and "15c each.
]test onl the iarket.
It. .1. Wade Anderson.
Slney to LJoant-On long and short.
terms. Address P). 0. lox 17 1.
Wited.-Salcsman an 11( i)strlict
Agents to sell Auto Specialties. I hiod
Iprop osi tiont for right mant. Write
Cotntal Sales Co., Chariot te, N. C'.
For Rent-Tlhree rooms on second~
floor of large residence near' thle imib
lie xi iuare; sutitable for light house
keepIng. Address, "Rooms"x' care Tihe
Ilan I ie Hrlemi-- offer for sale thIiIs
sill endid registered I toistelin bullI. I est
duaill purpose cattle. Write or aptply
to mue. G. A. Fullir,
Lauirens, S. C., itute5
We have a nic lot of thIe well kno11wnI
Nissen Wagons at M\artin's Stable. S~ee
themt before y0t1 buy3.
52-31. ounits & Wolff.
W.\N 'l'EI -An 1 indstrius iman twho (
entn earn $1010 per month I andi explenses
retaininig our Piroticets to farmiters.
.\ltist have somne means for startiig
exllens:es anid furnIsh (contra~ct 51i1urd
Lotst -- P'oliter bitch, wht ite withi
b rownt spiots and1 birown spot on1 boiily.
A nsweris to namt~e "Lucdy." $5.0a reward(
for informtation as to lher wt.ere,
It. Luuriiens, S. I'.
I A NTiEI):.-To rcnt 41 or 5 htorse
farm near Laurens, iand luist bie fair
13' good, antd withI good tenanit houses.
Address N 73 care Advertiser.
PJ(OS FORl MALE.-Seven P'olanda
China Pigs, abouit six wveeks old, very
tine, prtice $3.00. L. E. Mlartint, Cross
11111, S. C.
For Satle.-TwI ~o excellenitt mlcht cow's
with calves. $35.00 each. W. 1'4.
llramlett, Laurens, S. C. Rouite I.
FORL SALE'-One 12 1I. P. Gasolite
EngIne, cotton gin and hand lever
press, all in good condition. $175
ensht. Will teach inekperienced hiand~
how to operate.
W. D. Byrd & Son,
52-5t.Lautrenst, S. C.
Whenever You Need a Gleneral Tonk,
TIhe Old Standard Grove's 'tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic propertiesof QUININJE
and IRON,' It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches thte Blood and
R3ullda un the Whole Roninpn. 50 coens
The Way We Do It
impresses most people with the idea
that we have the implements and the
"know how" when it comes to putting
on a new tire on a carriage or wagon
wheel. Samec thing applies to evory
feature of carriage and wagoi) re
pairing-re-painting, re-var shing,
re-ulpholstering an -generall makini?.
the vehicle look as rood a: oew. Your
J. D. SEX & SON
LAURENS, S. C.
, is to give full
for every penny
We va regular
patr ns, and,
that s to good,
HONES ho est service,
EFFORT s is a steadily
Folldw the Crowd!
J. C. Shell & Co.
The Corner Greedrs
Notice of Election.
State of South Carolina,
County of - Laurens.
Whereas, petitions signed by a legal
number of the qualified electors and
Oe-holders residing In Dials school
- Mtrict No. 5, Laurens county, South
Carolina, asking. for an election upOl
the question of voting an additional
'I nIIl1 tax upon the PlroPerty iII said
school district to be used for school
pu rposes, have been filed wIthi the
(1unty board of educntion, an election
ihe reby ordered upon01 said (1uest1ion,
saidi ('lectin to b held1( on the 10th
(lay of August, 1913, at Gray C'ouW
Owings school house in said( district,
iunder the management, of the trustees
of said school dlistrict.
Only' such electors as return r'eal
or lierson~al proplerty for taxation andl
who, exhibiit thlir tax receipts and reg
1st rat ion ('ertflecates as reqluired in the
generi~l electloln shll be allowed to
Th'io.e fav'oing thle 4 mill1 addIt Ion
altxshall vote a hallot conitainig
lhe w, rd "Yl's'"I wittendi or lrinfted
theeo. Those against the in mIll ad-.
uli onial tax. shall vote a ballot eon
tinhinIa the word "NO"' writ teln or
printedi thei(r(on. Polls shiall ojpen at
lhe hjour of1 o'clock in the forenoon
ami . iha1! remin ope Olullntil1 the 1hour1
of I o'tlock In the afternoon whe~n they
.hlu~~ be closed, and the ballots count
Thie trustees shall report the result
of itle elec(t ion to the couinty auditor
an l counity suiperint endenit of educan
t !on witihinu ten days thiereaftcer.
James A. Sullivani,
fly order of County Bloard.
Notice of Election.
Notice is hereby glyon that a Pri
mary clection on Tuesday, August 10,
1916, will be held .in Laurens coun
ty, to- nominate a candidate for Con
gross for the Fourth Congressional
District to fill vacancy caused by 'the
resignation of Joseph T. Johnson.
The following managers have been
appointed to conduct said election.
10kom--A. P. Wililams, R. 1E. McDan
iel, Jr., L. C. Culbertson.
Mt. Pleasant-W. B. Mundy, J. W.
Fowler, Ben Cunningham.
Daniel's Store--WV. L. Cooper, J. L..
Martin, F. B. Boland.
Tip Top-Ilenry Sims, J. M. Ander
son, James IBagwell.
Clinton-R1. P. Adair, R. J. Cope
land, Thos. M1. Akdair.
Pleasant Alound--Geo. Little, Am
brol e Hlolcombe, Columbus Burdette.
Young's Store-Robt. Harris, A. S.
Riddle. W. W. Wallace, Jr.
Lanford-.). M. Fleming, C. L. Wald
rop, Toy Drummond.
Stewart's Store-Arthur Hughes,
Jim Stewart, Claud Leonard.
Cook's Store-J. B. Cook, Watts Pat
ton, Will Mock.
Grays-W. 0. Babb, 1. B. Gossett,
W. M1. Wall.
WOOtts Mill-M. Y. MlQuown, J. W.
Snoddy, A. F. Coleman.
Clinton Mill-M. R. Casey, H-. Y.
Abrams, J. C. TepIiletol.
Langston-F. L. Donnan, C. A. Ow
ens, Martin Poole.
lrinceton-J. Frank Davis, B.' F.
Arnold, W. 1. Freeman, Jos. T. Daven
lickory Tavern-W. M. Abercrom
Ie, Rt. M. Bolt, J. A. Coats, W. A.
Poplar Springs-T. T. Wood, J. H1.
Wood, John Vaught, 1'. E. Simpson,
Gray Court-Zeno Wilson, C. B.
Shell. Claud L. Owings.
Dials-P. M. Ilellams, J. 11. Curry,
S. L. Owings.
Shiloh-HI. S. Wallace, .1. 11. Wolff,
Woodviiie-4. . Wham, Law
rence Armstrong, Will Adair.
Lydia 1Mill-J. C. Anderson, J. 11.
Abercrombie, J. C. Wilson.
Mountville-J. S. Winebrenner, W.
P. Bo.t'Claud L. Coats.
IopIewell-J. La. IDickert, Boyd
Chandler, D. V. Williams.
Patterson's Store-C. C. lembree,
Win. Godfrey, Russell Patterson.
Ora--O. S. Hunter, D. Al. 3MeClin
tock, W. J. Bryson.
Waterloo-G. C. Anderson, W. W.
Redden, S. H. Nelson.
Renno- J. W. IJ6rton, Jno. M. Cope
land, T. S Sin 1son.
Cross 1 iIl R. D. Nance. Broadus
l'nson, il. Fuller
Gold1! -Will Ham, L. V. Pinson,
W. 1". .3 alock.
Wad s-W L. LW'ade, Win. W. Wat
kins, Marshal Cole.
Lairelns Cotton Mill-J. W. Hel
lamls, R. James Firanks, S. WV. Putnan.
Power--J. T'. Stoddard, 11. .1. C. Cur
ry, 11. C. Owings.
Laurens-H. J. Langston, Ambrose
I [udgens, Rloss Blakely.
* R. 10. Babbl,
-W. T. Crews,
('114ationl for. Letters of Admlninst ratilon.
The St ate of Soumth Carolina,
County of Laurens. .Jlg
0y . G1. Thomnpson, Probate Jde
Wil i'il A S Mi'a. Nannie .Jones made
suit to mue, to grant hei' Let ters or Ad
ministrat ion of' the lNstate and effects
of W.. Y. Jlones,
Tlill'il AREi 'l'IIE110F'1I10, to cite
anmd admnishil all and s1 inguar thle
Kindrlied affd'( Credios of the said W.
Y. Jones (idceaLsed, t hat they be0 and
app i ai~i/for me 1), in thle C'our t of Prio
bateg' be held( at Laurenis Court
iiu auirens, S,. C., on the 6thI day
of J1uly 1915 next, afteor pub1licat ion
her'eof at 11 o'clock in tihe forenoon,
to shiow cause, ir any they havoe, why
lie said( Admlinist rat ion should not lhe
Give underi 1(0 my ha nd thIs, 2-1ith day
of .July Anno D~omini 1915.
0. (1. Thlompisoin, (Seal.)
J. I'. L. V.
Is our specialty andl our
hobby. Consequently we
do it carefully, accur'ately
a n d w it h professional'
knowledge and experience.
SIf you deal here you wvill
always be sure of satisfac
'tiont and polite service, andl~
you will rnot be asked to
pay any extravagent prices
s, S. C.