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*sip~Jt~fn Price Is $1.00 'or Yoar
Payable in Adtance.
Laurens, S. C.
p.". I E1 ..' Presvi d utr
IT IR L1S Sc. and Trea.
bt:ti:r ites (l Card of Thanks: Otne
. t:rd at the postoillce at Laurens,
as eoin! class mail ruatter.
.AURENS, S. C., SEPT. 22, 1915.
mrding to the mubislieI schedulle
of h o Greenwood h Ind( Columbia
ini rla both p rt ies~ will arrive in
. t. on the same day, T hursday,
V I ' 1rdly at the saml e louill. The
G o! Hostrswill arri1.ve at
1. ami wil! ronain until 2
o < Tim (olumia party will
I' rIiy;r i. litt*; la er
PI. .it ion -hoi d hle mad - to web
C h!I1m la1 th 11 I with ' clerI street.;
ioa; ii .t!)res whiih go so
of aniins and pl-rvrss. \\e
Oil III '- (m our "h(.4 bib 1a41
Iu " s as to leave w-ith our visi
ttr a 1rue imress5ion of oi r city, onec.
oft th h 4t in 4oth Carolina.
('!MMSCHOL.N l itIP"'.
1 Y going loni record in its prosent
ment last week as endor-.-ing the com
pulsiory edtieat ion law enacted at the
la' i sesOn of the geie ral assellIbly,
the o ut: rn jur-y assum11led fihe
role of wise leader'ship which is to
I(- oxplectod of such I an li 1or-ta1n t
body. Th'le granld Jury Is presumlled to
be selected fr 1m atuoig tho ablest
and best mlein of t.h cotily and Its
reo'm'Oninitli ions ought, to ,and does
carry a great deal of weight. Those
hV.o11 iniigl.t feol a little doubt as to the
Wisdom of the law and its justice
milght well b) guided by the action on
Ile part of -;1ch1 a -body of men, for
Ileir1 recomo ndation is dou btless the
result of mhature dollberation. Whie
a nu imiber of school districts have al
ready adopted the provisions of the
law many of them have not and it is
hoped that this recommendation of
the grand jury will serve to encour
age leadersI' of olier dlistricts to so
cetO tihe Iovessary petition to order
It Is reporlted from WVithrIIIop college
ihat live hunihdred girls made applica
tion for t 11r-0eo and were 11 11ed
a\ a y oi :(nt it of b.ck of facilities
to a, on uni.lato them. UInless these
live iimd.ed giH. were fiuia ncially
un h lol'I to n'l d oilhe r colleges il th1e
state le ;ole is not. such a sern
O01W one as WO are lead to belilve fro
50o110 Iilater is, as5 thtere is doubt(1less
am 10. r10o1 iir them11 ill spletplid col
l egos el er' ' re in Sout Ih CartotlIna.
'Dut ,'if theie 0were somie among themlt
who wore iurned away3 andi~ wore not
able (o jay t ho higher pri'ces prevail
ing in other (colleges0, then1 indeed the
priolem('1 iS one( that needs~b sertious COnl
shobiration . fori thie aim i of the 'state
colle."s, as";wesee it, Is to pr'ovide for
those boys and girls wh~o otheirwise
wouth not be abtle to enjioy 11h( -ad van-.
Sa~re o5(f a col loge educnat ion. A grteat.
er pr oblem tl be '10considered in coni
iii(:!ion with our state colleges is the
proin-rIt 1t)11 of a method foir
a wva rdling ;i holarutsips'. Th'ere are'
dloubtLIle-s th1emands of' boy.'s andi girlis
1n thi.s st :1 boay wh'o mtade a pplica
tioni fori si-ihirs.hiips in state colleges
ndl failed to get them while tot's
l'av e sec-ured themt who wore amlldy
t~ eo e:: 0II~is'V5
A .\l::'.iToOiOs PLAxY.
it is not ofleen that. The Adveortiser
gives ':ditoril nIot ice to thleatrical CIn
terprise s, nW IhatI we htavye objection
to the thratre but that. Ile 0o1her enI
teIis ii has its I 'poper ptlace for
(\xploitaica(2 in the advel0'istng 0i01
tunu i. 1lo..-ser, wea feel t haf it Is our'
j:ubilic diuly to direoct attention to thte
atiproacinti -engagemtent in t his city
of icharlitd Denn iett. and( (co-w~orkrcis in
"Damitaged Goolds," a soc'iOolotrcal
(itrama11 by ltigene hlrieuix, one of the
forty I mmortalIs of' thIe lrencht Acad
emy13 of Autlhors. The pilay deals w'ith
theo sex prloblemI, par ti cuilarly In rela
I Ion to the ills4 and sufferIng infli'ted
upon01 innocent ones by the vies of
othtetrs The subject, accori'hng to the
endlor'sements given by eminent minis
ters and pulilc men, -Is trleatedl in Such'1
a way as to ho inoffensive yet plaIn
and convlncIng. It might not be out
of place htere to say that for the play
to fulfill its r'eal mission it ntiuist rech
those for whtonm Its lesson WIll lbe most;
valuable, the young people0. It Is inot
a play to beo attendeod In a frollestome
mood, for it: is not Intended to aue
'We will state fulrthter that we have
Wifaccted the pr1ess notices fi'om other
citiea and have found that thte comn
pany hero Is the same that will up
pear inl the larger cities and that the
prices to be charged here are not
higher than elsewhere.
A great deal of good ought to re
sult from the meeting wlilch is to be
lheld hoe Saturday. Interest in live
51sock r1.aisiig and otlier forms of (i
versitied farming alis reached the
stage wiere. a big sICtp forward should
betaken and tlis meeting should give
a great imi pethus to the movement. TIhe
mtieeting will be devoted not only to
1the production of varied produels bit
to t11e1ir sale, so aliuost tho e'ntire
field of stuidy vill be Covered.
h'le improved business conditions
inl tho soutlh today shou1l1d not cause
its to lose sight of (lie prevartious con
tltd&ll we Were placed in last year
l in vlicl we are aIways liable to
bo placed inl so long as we remain a
onte-crop cott!Itry. Tlhe dui rat ioll and
t1.' (om10 of the great E1uropean wal
,.re matt11ers of .prent 11'lertinlty and
a.4 long as this uncertaiity rellainis
we houl be mlore carefull y(ofoiy
' selves against eventiuJlies. Not.
iv.:r onlitions lIuov us
1owb oil h-11 .0:1db' "h approach
r the hlol '' lo' 0 t)ie sta e make.4
i im toi'l ivo liha t we ;)"ce o r11selv' 5S
in position to 1fighAt it w eil it arrives
in.The holl wevlIms crossed ov
er thet, 'I.labama line into ;:v'orgcI .iand
I :avanllah iv Iil b the next
passing POillt. Whenl th1' wleaVil realh
E~ its we*( shoutldlI 1 I0 lrowihl otherl
thin:s than1 cotton ;o that we inay
11,1,1 to th)(1m. untid t i. n cea y
fully prepared in every way to pro
d ;i e them witih profit. We will not
be able to do ( un;les; w begin to
diversify on a larger' scale now. Eve'n
if we did not have the War and lthe
boll weavl to Contend with, otle r un
exPIected things are liable o h bob uip
at any time which would embarrass
us with only ojne great crop to sell,
so every ste-p that is taken to enour
age the Cultivation of othor than the
single cotton Crop should he encourt
aged and11 gIven isupport by v ve ry
Tlehe meeting Saturday is not to Ie
merely a meeting of farm'iners froml the
'imm Iliediate vicin ity of 14111renS. It is
intended to be a meeting in the inter
est or the whole county andi it is hoped
that the attendance will be had from
every section of the County.
S* *** ** S......ee ee S
* 'fCOLD POINT NEWS. *
Cold(I Point, Sept. 20.-Rain is very
lunch needed Onl young cot ton and
Miss Della AMePherson is spending
several weeks inl bat trens witi rela
Mrs. .J. .\l. Leak and .liss Ella Mhay
.Moore spent Wednesday an(1 Turtils
day Wllh Ir. .John ). IHunter and fam
H~y at Hark-lsda'le.
Mr. Eniest -'tuller and family, or
(' lntonl, wer'e (lie Sunday guests of
Mir. WVIlI WXaker and family.
\h r. ('lyde Tengue and sisters, Mliss
es Beatrice and~ .\yrtle, were the
guests Sunday of thieirt cousins, Mlisses
.toe and( LIzzie Walker.
M r. Albhertt Duncaw~tn spent Satunrdlay
and( Sunday in Laur enis with isl
hrot her, M\r. 1". T1. 1 hinean.
Air. Arthiur Boyd and( wife spent
Snunday~ w.~ith re dlives nea0r Ekomi.
Mliss Annie hell Riddlle, of Laurens,
speint several days last week wilth hier
anir.Guy E. Mloore and4 family.
Qite ai5 numuber' enjoyedl a big
O'Possium ditnne' Sunday at thle
home of .\r. .1. 1F. Nelsonl.
Mir. 0. C. Duincan was a business5
visitor' to L~aure'ns Satuirday.
.\hr. TI. \T. Shaw has bouight ai newv
A ercahin, occui id by a mianl
nam fed Iti '', and ownied 1,y NIc hiollIs &
Winni, of Greenv)ilile, w'as (lest royed by
1ire 'ITiesday even injg about lSve o'clock
Noile of the thltings wer'e savedl.
A WONDEI-L'J A NTlISl~Pl'T('
IGerms and infe'ction aggravate all-.
mi etslan:1 retarld hien'ina'. St op thatn
infecion tlce. Kill thirgermis and(
get rid1 of the ltpoio.. 1 or this pur
Pose a sin de /pptlliation of Sloan's
L~minient 11 .1 pnly killIs the pain but
dhestrtoys theio g(ermIs. TIhis neuitrallizies
itntretion anti' gives naturie assistance'
by overeomtIA g congestlion andi gives a
chance Cor' the free and( normal flow of
lhe blood(. Sloan's Linimet Is ant
emerlegency di~otor aind should be kept
constantly on hanld. 25e., 50c. VTe $1.00
size conitoains six timties as mu ichi as thie
NOTlI('E TO TiEA('IIERS.
By order of the State Jloard( of Ed
ucation the r'egiilar teacher's examtin~a
tion wIll be held in the Courit H-ouise
FrIday, October 1st, begInning at fi
o'clock. No hoard of trustees Is au
t horized to 4)emiploy a in unccertIIlcated
t eacheri and( ino such t eachier will be
allowed by the counl13 ti uperilntendenlt
to driaw~ public funds. If y'our e'rt Ill
cale is out of (late 'olt had( bet1teir Hse
about te mtatter, IApptlicants w'll be
exained 111Oil gebr'a, A it hmot ic,
1'nglish1, Pecdagog ', (eogiaphty. Phlysi
ology, I Ilstotry, Ci vies and Curren'ct
7-4t fly ordelr of Boned'(.
SAYS BANKS CI[AlGED
Harding, Spening at Itaileigh, Gives
Facts From II&ports Miade to Coip.
troller of ('urrency.
italeigh, N. C., Sept. 20.--Facts con
cerning high interest rates being
charged by national banks throughout
ihl Country, particularly ill the south,
were diselosed by W. '. C. llarding,
llember of the federal reserve board,
in a speech tonight befort the Raleigh
cham1ber of commerce. .\Ir. Iarding
was explaining the reserve board reg
1111ion granting preferential lredis
('('un1t r'tes to notes secured by staIple
commodity warehouse receipts pro
vided the aiker has been charged not
more than 6 per cent. interest, and
defending the action or Secretary
.icAdoo in depositing $15,000,000 .il
(lhe southern federal reserve banks to
aid In fillining the cotton crop.
"The comptroller of the vurrency,
he -,aid, has in formation from sworn
reports to his oilleers regarding the
m.aximil and average interest. rates
charvged by nalional banks through
oit Ile lnited States. From tle re
port of uine 2.., l' l, it apipears that
t!(re are live national banks in Ala
bilma wlose mia1xium11 iii rats of ilnter
v.t average 20 per en t., the rate ini
on., case being ;)GO per cnt and In an
4ohjr ::I ;er ent. Inl Arkansas. one
ileisnal bvnk adiotliIed makiiig a loan
at i raie as i h a;s 1::1 per cen1t.. anl
Ssr ole at .0 11mr clit., another at
:111nAiher n1 2.0 .
"In (orgia there are I I ha :'.:t
v iere the av rage ma:dImllm rate (f
iIv(.:esI was about 2. per cent. NL
)an1k In oit Iih Carolina admiilted
chIar 1g In1g more1 thlan 1.5 per cenit. 1In.
'T( xas a imiber of banks reported
1,aItes inl excess of 100 per cent., and
11111y of tlicm stated that. their aver
r:.4 rates on all loans were I pelr
it. peri monlih or I more.
"These high raes, however. are not
conifined exclusilvely to the South, for
the relpolts5 show occ'asinal rates of
.i per cent. In the Ist (1and 10th as
w'el as in the far west 1and south.
Owing eit her to tihe rigd usury 1:1w s
of North Carolina, or to the natural
slrewdlless of your citizens, tlie aver
age iiterest rates in your- state are
lo-wer than elsewhere in the south.
While one bank in North Carolina a(d
mitted making a loan at as high as
.30 per ceint.. Its average rate on all
loans was less than 6 1-2 per cent.,
and the average.rate for loans by all
national banks In your state was
-slightly over 6 per cent.
"lie cannot," said Mr. Harding, re
ferring to deposits by Secretary Mc
Adoo In the southern reserve banks,
"be charged with discrimination in
favor of one section, for lie has of
fered to deposit treasury funds withli
federal reserve balks of other see
tions. which deposi(s have been de
"'I fully agree that, from a plurely
hallking staindpoilnt aInd eliminating
all other conslderat iois. ille deposits
were not essential. Tile situation as
aI baing41 IIl proposition (oild hav141~e been
eared f'or by' t he rouither reser05 ive
b~aks, either byI an3 11exipanfsion oIf thelir
not e issues 0or by' i'ediisoun t lng wIth
(>lher' fedel1 r'eserv1e banks, buit the
human equaltion 11as to lie r'eckoned
withi, iparticularly' wh'en It comes to
dleal ing with soiithero far'mers. Thle
federal r'eserve systeml is still nlew.
On thle (Ithe 141'11nd1, thle farm'ier knows
ablout tihe gov'ernmaent of the t'nited
"'in 11y3 opinionl, the secr'e'tary,' who
was0 born1 and1i 1 rarl in tile soulth and11(
is familiar' wIth the soulther'n t emper
4m1ent , felt thait by annou11neing his
intent1iion toi deiposit g:overnmiient funds
with 'ouithiern hanks to assist in 1mo0'
lng the ('otton1('ul 5ro 11in1itan111'5uly
wit h'e'it hiritain's deelairation of
r(lntrabanglid naaInst ('04ton, hie was
momen011t for r'estoing eonfidence. As
fari as cottoin is (enneernedoi, tihe feenn1t
4,ivanl'' ini the i(ce 0f that 514a111
500111 to) afford'4 am1441 justhfleation11 for'
Itle com 04 ursued~ici."
This Is a prescriptio prepared especialty
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Five or aix doses will break any case, and
If taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
return. It acts on the liver better than
Caloimel and doca not gripe or sIcken. 25c
Aut i i nie 1s in I'se'.
Washinigton, Sept. I17.--Five hun
(4r'(d auom iobil10rual d Iiellivery routes
l.ave been 411 autoii'ed, 11ostal otileials
ar. n4(1110e( today13. Of t hose 288 arie in
01oraltloll. Duinig October the ser
v.'~(e wi.'ll be in~stalled In Alabama,
('olorado, int11ucky, Mary'3landl, andl
Curel 0Ol1 Sores, Otther tRwnedias Weon't Caire.
The worst cases, no mutter of ho0w Ionic standIng,
arc cured by the wvonderful, oldl relinhle Dr.
Porter's Antlis etic Hen~~ig (di. It relieves
idanand I,~c~atathesamuet(ime. 25c, 50c, $1.00
('olor'ed P'eopie to Meet,
A schoo1 llmeting for' the colored
11eople, w.~il he held11( at Mt. Zion
chnurch, Tr'iln Ity-Rid~ge school dIstrict
Laurenc~s No. 1, Fiday nighlt, October
TO REMODEL STORES.
Laurous Motor Car Company Will
Spend Good Sum on Barksdatele
Iltillding, Next to Hotel.
The Laurens Motqir Car Comn pany
have let the contract for remodeling
the two stores on the corner next to
im Laurens Ilotel and work on the
;ilding will begin within the next
few d:tys. '1Lhe store-roomi now occu
pled by Nir. William Solomon will, af
icompletion be occupied by the
o ners of the two buildings and Mr.
Solomon will move his Jewelry store
to the second building. Both of the
toAres will be Ihan(lsoIely finished on
the inside and outside and will when
finished be vs attractive in appear
ance as any on the square. 'In addi
tion to remodeling these two rooms
the Laurens Motor Car Conmpany will
build a large garage in the rear of
their property. The work will be un
(er the supervision of M r. B. K.
Ileaclai of Abbeville.
Unveiling of W1. 0. 1. 1oillnent..
A monument will be unveiled at the
grave of Sovereign .1. F. Avery, at the
Laurens cemetery, October 3rd, by the
Woodzlnc of the World. Addresses
will he made by W. Al. hobo, of Spar
tanburg, and R. E. Thomipsion, Consul
Commander. A full attendance is re
J. F. Alloitgomery,
$109 Reward, $100
Th'A d n;"' t.: ~ r w\lv b
litn3 t tN I II tti t . - i.. a t least oS e
%;rt~li tists hat -. I we li h-ts beenl
111), ti) cur Iin all its :-stnios. anl that 1s
Cia.t ariim. I1:il'a Cat:irrhi Curl: Is the 011y
jinsitive cur-, tiow kt1.iwnt 14o thie mlertlcal
frati-ruity. t'atarrh bIitu a otiltitutional
iilseise, reiitlites it. constittitotal treat
er I.t. )lairs (' h th Cure is taken in
t'rnally, 'tittii inrely ip n tle lNood
milli iltieliens surfar-s o. the syt 4 f. tiere
lty dettoyi l he fouiniliio of the its
-mise. aiil giving ihll pa t ii'll trength lby
b1I01rth ihtg 1: thfill- o n '.etittt ioj' i ilo is- ttitini
ttreinl 41411t11 its wvorive'lie pr)oprietmors
linvi so muchi foit ill A a eirative pow
vis thdt t h..y .fferik Ons' liii'netre ld D3ollars
rei anly use tha it itfils to cure. Send
fior is of t-stinoialsls.
Arimrmi: P. .1 &'Y CO.. Toiedoio.
V-0hi 1.y ntil r g~ua.'ie
'I.thie lia ' 1 i nmity i'Gi~n for ittltipation.
See Me Now-Criison Clover seed,
lBurr Clover seed, Winter Hlarley, Kit
Pish 50c, While or Red Onion sets lOc
iuart, lagging and Ties. Cotton Pick
ing Sheets and Sacks. .3. 11. Sullivan.
Hogs For Sale-One registered Es
sex boar, 21 months old $25; one
registered Essex sow, 16 months old,
$20; two nice sow pigs, entitled to
registration, 12 weeks old, $5 each. W.
P. Todd. Holly Brook Farin, Barks
dale, S. C. 9-1t-pd
For Sale-Small, fully equipped
green house with growing stock of
plants in city of Laurens. Opportunity
for lover of flowers to make money.
Apply at The Advertiser otfie. 9-It
kall lion-Standard bred registered
'1Illloll "John I. Laurens" for sor
vie. 4e, $15 for living colt or $3.00
Ish wit hout guarnt e. .J.W. M.l. Sul
livana, Itt. 4. 9-St-pd
olr soIle-ll'i!! Terries-pedi
greed stock. Th'ie best wah I(1 dog or
('omphiaon, andt the galuest (log onl
earithI. (Correspondenee sollieitedl.
lhiurnett IenneIls, Kn loxvillie, Tlenn.
For' Sale-- l'lymouth Rock and An
cona Coekrells of the first wvater, $1.00
each1. Only a limited supply. J1. Wade
Anderson. 9-1 t-pd
For Sale--132 acres and 83 ncres
noear Madden and( also ii acres, near'
Cold Point. C. Ware Madden, Laiu
rens, S. C., Route 4. 9-1I-ptd
Farm --5-horse farm for rent or
sale. Buy whIdle the war is oil and
hay for' them after It is over. See me
at once or phlone 85. Now is the time
to sowv clover, lye, etc. TV. M. Shaw.
Wantiied--To buy~ (Ironad I100 acr'es
of lanad with not10 less t han Itwo horse
fa 11O ni ape. Write mer youri best cnsh
piee, also onie-hanlf cash, ba lance to
suilt 1)u1rchlaseri. J. W. Simpiisoni, Gold
ville, S. C-. 8-21
Waniited--To liiy cattle without
hiorns1. Atpply to T1. Gibbon Tlraynham,
ItLurens, S. C'. 8.-5t
JesiOne gold A. T1. 0. fraternity
Iin i. I os t Moniday somiewhi- 'O in thle
'.ity of Laurencs. l'inder' Ilealse retuirn
to thIiIs office and receive rewarid. 8-It
Fui' Male I-One a..1oom house wIth1
-I 1-2 aeris in Gray Cour't. Convenient
to s plend Id school and( churches10. T1ermis
to suit imrIehaiser'. Apply liox 2:I, (;rav
WiiiIllims st reet, Greenville, S. C. S-3lt
lFori Sale- -70 acres well impriiovedl
farim, with goodl dwelling, out build-(1
in gs anad t enanat house, gooid neihboi'
hood, conleient lu to school aind ('hurci'h
('s, knlown as IErnest Heniet hiome place.
Aniderson & Illakely. 7-tf
-Notlet' - Duiig the cominug season
we will be in the market for cotton
seed1. Weighed at the Itur'ens Bond-.
ed Wareh'iousxe by Mi'. J1. 1. Coleman.
Youir business solicited. T1. D). Lake
& Son. 7-St
Wiinted .At Mellanfed l inner'y-Vour'
cotton to gin, and one thousand touns
of cotton seed. WVe arc independent
buyers, therefore can pay you the
highest mar'ket price. Comnpetition is
thle lIIfe of tradc. Kep us inl the ari
ket by dlividilng youri business with us.
We ar'e a'lway's ready. J1 ust press the
b~utton and thle electriie mlotor' does the
rest. Mcianiel Ginery, lEast Main
strecet, S. 0. Mcianiel, Prop. 7..3t
Laund For Sale.-on long terms.
Also land to r'ent, fr'om one to twenty
five horse fiam. See .me or wrilie me
at once. TIho~s. M. Shaw,
2-tf. Ennrnnas, S. Cn R n. D.4
Chewing Gum -
5c. the packet or two "Bobs" for a
cent at ali the better stands and sioe3.
NDnow HIf-fearts1 arve
i'trumps in chewing
"Bobs" .nade it heIrt
-raised the bid on
pep, th flfor and the
chew- p put oe
grand slam. Look fr
candy- coated chewing
Grocery Opportunities i
We invite you to pay us a visit. We
have some grocery bargains that will ap
peal to every one who desires to save
money on grocdries. The prices are right,
the goods are r'ght and our prompt atten
tion to all orde s will please you.
Call and I' s have an opportun
ity to prove that we can save you
J. C. Shell & Company
('itation for Letters of Adintistrationi.
State of Sfth tHarolina,
~ By 0. G. 'Ihloim psoit, Probate Jludge:
lookshrea as caefll afterhi his fe asan
their parton of thh anaomy I paystoo
of It:IL Flemin11g.
Dri' se are therefore, to tt sh(o ad
e IwNail and tinglar t kindrwd
and Cr~ itors of the "'aid E~. I. I. Pcml
lg cu Te hat they hne in( haspac
tion will ohw yhu t0tt damykos S lo
before n e I the Court of Prom te, to
ae oSeld o Lautens Court -ouse, Lou
County oof L en. a
Byl' O.r .15 Thompso, PftroIbIate Judge
hereat W. J. F'lemking hase aoreon
ALover of the Horqe to shlow cause, if ally they hit -.e, whly
bei gato ed ogrnIm etrso Ad
loolms as carefully hfter Is fe e deand et
other part ofhis anatomy. I pays too. of IS . ptember, Aine oml 1915.
iring your horse hpre to 0 sioui an T 0. a h. rI'llo ilfln,
mleof the Cany nuar the ityred
ain Se'ouhtthy aeliand apear0t
of 'I" I _ (Ia of Oci.e tI 5 aT . 1 . o'Loc,
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forb held Th Laurensq Court Hose Lau-a
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ofdi er TEenL the 2 mber, 1915, next a u itioN
J. D.SEXTON & SN IiAher ofdm stokat l e catl stock e in
t a caled Adm i ll one hl d tho not
L ARENS, S. C. rihe anf the. an dlar die in
191 ((IA N~ iVii~, t.r atutelve, SothCou na oni e 0hre
arve of thetr m and to 1oehday
ni lYP1l to''~~~ dre dllr einsaope
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le AtU R S . C Id to twelv. e reth . ma n th nt
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