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L \l~lti- NSS. C., N(4 1. 14), 191)15.
Th ,:ht about Christmiias yet?
If onuelhody hasn't already sprung
this -n-, h ere Oi the altar of sac
rithe: If .\nna 1 eld tlreec (Itrueens
'.I hat would Nat (o.4odwin.
Vya tt Taylor presided ovel the
meetin:os of the Christian indeavor
convention with that ease and eleganee
lweuliar to newspaper men.
'Ie fact that cotton is going down
en repoits of low denlain points a
moiral for the wise farmer. Failure to
onaiii .raln now is a forecnst of next
yaIr's acreage and as suIl wIll prov(
a :r on the arkoe't. Why not he :I
ThI :4-pir.:t whi<-h I'roi ted the- Clinl
ton );ple to have t' "ti!'y an11
(m nity* I Day" bat Friday i. noch
S s omendedi. Whle l thre doubt
It- %s Some ila of reaping somiel
i i i i':e :1of g o rd wh n
d'' Z'iton wa; o~nain ll e pha
n::: ghredt plea( I t th ethod.
in~~ ~ ar i". . ree barimeul wa
''.to w:ieb verybody had 11i gte
ita . Aon II athn f g (If t i I Iind ,a1
: 1 s a i ain4d sisak r f rnipsed o
to t- for inrna di us in, is al
a " l o i of gooo.
nvas a grea t iildasud:'a that Iane
a 1ad last. week inl en tainone t he ortas
state. c'1oventionl of Chita ~ deav
or.Teconvenlt.ionl wa-S composed1 of
a 111'' lot of young" people wh'o seemedc~t
intent u1pon theoir du1ties, as dell-ates
and enlihusiaslic over their work as
En deavorers. Out of the large number
presnIt, few it any appeared to he
i rkrs, so the meeting was prolil
tive of much good largely because of
thev dtynaiic force givenl it by the dole
gat themselves. The meeting was a
Ple:vant and profitable one to lIalrels
and the convelltiol will be welcome
here at aluother time.
0 0 0
Mayor Grace has issud0( a statement
declaring his illention to abide by the
resolts of the recent Chiarleston pri
mary and not to )ol the l)emocra toi
party. This means: that Maj. TI. TP.
] lyda will enter 1the general election
uniOpposed and1( ultimately be inducted
into1 oltlec as mayor of the city. The
eyes of the state will then tbe tlxed upl
Oil .\ayor Ilie. The qulestion is of
ten asked "Wiltlihe let things continue
as they have in tihe Past?" Those who
knlowV M~aj. I lyde personally, those who'
have been associated with him in
(hurch w(1~ ork, emphl)Iat ically declare
thieiir belief that his election means a
comnplete change ini thle coinphlexon of
Charleston affairs, that be is going to
make an hlonest effor't to enforce the
laws as they appear on the statute
books. Others who do not know him
are skeptical. Charleston has detll
state laws so long that soime people
are doubhtfuil as to any leadier that is
brought i'orth. Al anly rate, Maj. H yde
has thle Oloppotiunity biefore 1him1 of
bring~ ng the city and stale into closer
relationship bly enforcing the state's
laws. In spite of Charleston's atti
1nude in the past, there is all earnest
desire on the part of ot her South1 Caro
hiinians to see hler prospeir and( if she0
~villI give bu11t half the opp~ortutn ity the
resl of the state will rally to her aidi
and~ glory ill hier expansion.
-Take li as It is.
Thou must conitent thyself to sea
the world imperfect as it is. Th~ou
wilt never have any quiet if thou vex
est thyself because thou canst not
bring mankind to that exact nuotion
of things and rule of life which thou
hast formed in thy own mind.-Fuller,
The discovery of tho petrified stump
of a treo in liritish Guiana in held to
Idlentify the spot asR the Garden of
Eden. Trho absence oft a fopsillzed ser.
penit, howvever, leaves the lproof incom.
plete.-New York Worldl.
Sole Origin of Rigjht.
Mt. voico may soundl~ too hh.rshl, and
I mao / too severely insist oni proclaim
ing 'he necessity of virtuo and1( sac
rilic *; bot, I knlow, and( you .vill s'oon
ke >-. . ' o, that the solo *ri:;lh of
ever / right is a duty fuiniI :d.--,az-'
Washington, Nov. 8.-"When 'Eng
land begins to talk peace, the 'Euro
pean war will be near a close. Ger
many looks to 'ngland to open the
discussion and Germany's terms al
ready are formulated."
An ollielal who has faithfully re
flected the views of Ambassador
BernstorlT since peace talk Ilrst be
gan, mado this (celaration today and
gave forth Gerniany's peace conditions
A heavy indemnity from the Allies
to liy Gerliany's war debt.
Retention (t l'olald whili will be
Inade aut ononous sl.t ate with a cis
tomis alliance. 'tHleltioll of -a ' 1trip
of Courland, and thive ie ritory now
held 1by termnany in lRussia until Ia
wvat indemniity i.; paid.
llestoration of at least a part of
Germany's colonial poss4essions, and
probably ilthe return of all.
Absolute "freedom of tile seas."
Gorinany will give I ) lRelgiluin
which "she does not care to assimi
lvacuation of the Balkans by Rus
sia. Complete Austro-Gerian con
The power modernize Turkey With
These terms, it was set forth, are
the only teris on which Germany
will cols'nt to make peace. Easier
te-rins could have been made a year
ago, tie official said. but these terms
will be supplemented by harsher
01PS a year from now. The German
einpire exilects the allies to pay her
wal bill. he said. and will hold terri
tory now occupied in 'rance and Ius
sia lintI this bili is Ilaid.
No indemniity wais deianded In
(Germiany's peace tevrmsl! outlined to
the l'itit 1 Pire's authoritatively. but
unotieially ly a high otlicial of I lie
Germlan (.y embassy about t wo ilioiths
ago. il'o!and as to have' an indepen
dun(? Overn'ilen1 . There was no res
eratlio'n about the evacuation of Pi0
glium by the TeutonS. TI lalkans
were not men1t ioned, nor wvs Turky.
The only 'eace term not muent ioned
now whicl was included then is "ab
solune eq ality for tlhe .ew, of all Eu
It Was Pointed out by the official
at that time that when pIeaCe temI'Iis
were again outlined by Germany ad
ditlonal demands would be made.
En g la nd(, this oficlial pointed out,
call now make peace, qluit the war
and still b'e "even with tile game"
harrin men killed and th6 debt In
"Blut", lie was asked. "woulld not
PenCP at seuh a prIce const itute a to
tal defeat. for the allies?"
"it would," ie said, "but it will be
a greater defeat a year from now.
The aliles mlist see that they cannot
driVe the German out of France. The
samue is trile of the situation in llu1
sia. It sim1ply cannot lie done and the
allies are beginning to see it.
"Already, Eiglaind is preparing to
abandon ler' Dardanelles canimpaign.
She admits herself heateln there. Is
this not ani indi ation that she ill
soon be forced to adilt the same lack
oIf su1c00ss in France? lier' pr'ogress
in France has not1 blen greater. gen
erally speaking, than at the Dar'da
"France and~ Russia canniot make
peace. They wiill conitinue to fight un
til they are actually beaten down.
Italy, is in the same positionl. Ger
mlany, however, dloes not explect to beat
England to lhe" knees. She expects
England to b, wise enough to quit be
fore she is rulinied. flut wheii Eng
land talks peace, the peace will be
Ambassador von Becrnstorff was
asked to ratify this expression of the
German attitulde. le smilingly de
elined, saying lhe was not in a pIosi
tin to dliscu~ss the matter'. Ther'e Is
reason to believe, howev'er, that his
own opinion differ's little from that
01' the official who outlIIned Germany's
atttd 110In thle abov'e ('onfldent m lanner01.
Oh idea of a good hiusband~ is one
who strives to leave the imi1>ression
upor his wife that, if hIs arn' doesn't
go quite as far around her wv~'st as it
used to fifteen or twenty y'eat ago, it
must be because his arma isn't qulite as
long is it was thlen.-Columbus (Ohio)
The Aid's Job.
"U ho is that nman who follows tho
genoc'al about?" "is aid." llut why
does lie needl an aid hanging around
all the time?" "Well; you seo, the
genoral has more medals tha- lie can
comi eniently wiear himself."- --Kansas
Opened a Charge Accounut.
H. was4 about twenity-flye years old,
and It was his wedding day. After tihe
cert'm(ony, when the Itime came to fee
thes 'nInlistr', lie calmly said- "Charge
it." The inister never saw or heard
of . lm after that.
No Danger This Season.
"i'm glt:l ('f one1 tihing about the
war, anyhow." "W\hat,'s that ?" "Moth
or an(l the girls can't go to Eumrope
*' (. :I (rIn hunit 1up a foreign counit
to f;Il in love v~ith."--Detroit Freo
UNCLE SAM'S TRADE
IN SOUTH A3ERICA
Figu res. Show Exporit and Iuiport Bus.
ness hats A bout Doubled,
Wash iIIgton, Nov. 8.-Success of the
campaign to sectre for t Ie United
States thle trade of South America is
Indicated by foreign Cotmerce figures
for :'!ember, mtate public today by
th1 bureau of forel'n and domliestic
It both imports and expo-ts the
Ilniteld State- has1. abouit doubled Its
businels wih outh .\mer-ican counl
Id :'s ditrg lh past year. Ilipoits it
l' emh.:r wee c:om';2.70111opared
w ith $ .7. .:1 for Septeiber, 1:1 1.
iCxports aittnouited to $16,93 7 17,
~again: $N.2S, SSI for the same month
a year ago.
Today's statemlent ah-o rhows itn
ProvemtentI inl t raeit wNiith Mexico. Ex
ports to MAlxico showed an increase of
about $1,*000 in eptcimher over the
same imtoiilt last year. ard imports an
icreaseo of near 0o $ (01) .
.\nericant export trade with almost
the entire world ias grown, only one
country, .Japant. showing a slight dIe
crease. Continued increase in the
shipments to the allied countries is
Indicated. Although no American
goods reached Atstria in S'eptember,
191.1 exports to that country antoulit
Ing to $.;01,0'7 .as recorded for Sep
tember this year. alnd exports to Ger
many, which were only $2.3;S in Sep
tember, 1911. increased to $96,797.
11'31. HOGPKIlNS .M1001H1-:11:M
EXPil-SNEs Ilils Tf.\KS,
l'or the Slupport Ghien li m111 DIirIinr
lh Conttest, -II:ablin'r i lm1 to Winl the
l'irst llil Prize.
'Thaink to yoi all:
I wish to thank11 cef-h of yout for your
loyal colsiderat11on shown mlly itotiter
in ler. recent tour over' the county In
tle interest of stscriptions to The
.\'Ivertiser. Shje wanted to take me10
-ith her, but beina rather a small
l'o: she thought the trips too much. I
a so anxious for the Ford Automio
hile. and n'.other says: "if nothing hap
pens", we will sure go to see grand
Imother pdli father loorhead in I'l
ion vounty Christias it ourt nw Ford.
I told Mother, if we wil the car we
uinnst take the other eontestanis for
a nie trip to Greenville and set thiem
liP to a real nice dinner at. the
Ottaray IHotel, for I think they will
dusurve it. I ieani take t he next
highest eontestants who do not winl
any of the pri.es. Now, don't. you
think this nice for ie to think of such.
Mother is working harder than ever,
and coles hoie every night full of
eneouragement, takes me, in her lap
and talks to ie about ithe grand times
aheadl whenl hler work is over.
Mlother is traveling over thle County
in the "NI. L. Swealt F-pecial" frot
linton, S. C., and he knows how to
.et over tle ground.
1Iold your subscription until Moth
er sees you, for she says she will visit
every subscriber before tle contest
closes. Any of you who will just
mali your subscr0tipt ion to tus we will
so imuchl app~lreciate, althtotigh we (10
not ask yoti to do this, as we wvill call
right at your (door foir it.
Miother says: "Tecll the Cross An
chol' people she will be over to see
them, pterhiaps before this htas beent
With sintcer'e good wishes foir eacht
of the conttestants, and trusting thtat
they wiill all give me a close r'ace, but
ntone will beat me, I am,
Willliam Hopkins .\oorhtead.
Don't think that you can ever bet
ter our' $3.00 Men's Shoes for the
prIice, for you can't.
8. M. & E. HI. W IIK108 & CO.
The Still, 8mall Voice,
On.e day during the readin.X lesson
we came to theo word "conscientce."
Trying~ to make the mteaning clear, I
start**d by saying: "It is th at little
voic& withtin us-" but was qt.,ckly in
terru:te'd by a little fellow who ex
claimed: ""Y'm~', I know. I'Vo heard
Safety First idea.
"TI is safety first idea is pretty good
stuff,' said Pennsylvania lHengry as
ho stat down in a soft corner of his
private box car. "Thtat's right.' agreed
Hobr. Frank. "Every now end then
you read about some guy getting
drownecd in a bathtub."-Cincinnati
Evading the inevitab.
HeT who refuses to faco Mis worst
forfe'.ts tho possibility of fir.eing htis
best. Hie does not solvo theo question
of his rlnfulness; ho shelves it. It is
there, gathering darker mea':ing and
more bitter consequences --P. C.
The Japanesei grow~ a piln& which
furnilmes a :ort of vegetable eater.
It is 'a pretty shro h thled t: .0 'it-t
su ma i't,'' and~ its ilnnier bark, rtler go
ing (1 roulgh certain pr0cce 1.3' i canI.
vierted~ into a rub'tance tes t->u:.h a
IFrenit id 1, so t t'anuslueen 11t I :mt ono
can Almost seo through it, anud as
1liab's and roft no aikint
Laurens lar Honkors Memory of the
Late Col. J. W. Ferguson.
Saturday morning, during the .last
minutes of the sessions of court, the
members of the Laurens Bar Associa
tion gathered in the court room to
pay tribute to the memory of the
Ia te Col. -John W. Ferguson, nestor of
tihe Laun icits bar and one of tile iost
promiiinent ilwyers of South ('arolina
at the time of his.. death sone time
agLo. Col. W. W. Lewi , presiding
judge at this teril of court, and Judge
IZ. ". Watts, Associate Justice of the
State Supieme Courit Joined with
the members of the local bar in
euologizing the admirable character of
C'oi. Ferguson. Following the introdic
tion of appropriate resolutions, attest
ing t higl ionor and esteem in which
Col. Ferguson was held, the following
allorneys of Laurens made short ad
dresses of euology: C. C. Featherstone,
W. It. Richey, C. D. Darksdanle, F. P".
.\McGowan, W. 11. Knight, N. It. Dial, R.
A. Cooper, Judge Watts and Judge
The following were the resolutions
read and adopted:
On the -ith day of May, 1915, death
entered oir midst and took from us
Col.' Jno. W. Ferguson, the oldest
member of our Bar and for many
years the highly esteemed President
of the lar Association. Forty years
ago, lie began the active practice of
law at this liar and up to the day lie
wvas striicken, and only three days be
fore Iiis deati, lie was engaged in the
(lilties of his loved profession, and to
these duties lie was ever most faith
fill duii iing these many years, bringing
to their performance a well trained
mind and a sound judgment. a thor
ough kinwledge of the law, a jist and
tlrue appireciation of tile rights of Iis
clients, and tile courage to earnestly
insist uponi themi. and a gentle cour
tesy whieb characterized him in his
relation with the Ilench and liar of
tlie State, an11d whichi won i the estvei
and good will of both. H1e not only at
tiedlic- a high position at tle Bali. but
by reason of is high claracter, Iis
wide attain ments and wise counsel,
lie gained tle regard and the confI
dlence of all w%,]hose goo(d fortine it
was to know him, and especially of
those of the community where lie lived
for' so long a time, and where lie was
best known, for these repeatedly lhon
Ored imll and lie was called by hiis
State, his County and his Chlui'ch, to
many positions of honor, trust, conil
dence and responsibility, and to all of
these lie gave a most faithful, capable
nid acceptable service. Therefore, be
Resolved that in the death of Col.
.in. W. Ferigison, the Bar of Laurens
'ounty, and thle Bar of the State have
lost a strong, forceful, learned and
courteous member, and one ever zeal
Ot1 iIn upholding the high standards
whilh have been so earnestly insisted
Upon and consistently maintained by
our profession throughout the State;
that the members of our' flai' hav'e lost
a kind, sympathetic friend, and a wise
counsellor, and the State and the coim
munitv ini which lie liIved, their' buita
ness andl social inter'ests, have lost
one w'ho gave to them, freely, service
of a high ord(er', which was always ex
ertedl for' their highest and best de
Resolved that we tender to the faim
11ly of Col. Ferguson ouri sinerie and
liearitfelt sympiathy in their bereave
mont, and that a copy of these reso
lutions be transmittedi to them by the
Secretary of our lBar Association.
Resolvedi that these resolutions be
engrossed on a page of the minutes of
this Couirt in honor of the memory of
II. Y. Sinmpson,
N. B. D~ial.
W. R. Rlichey,
Oui' great $2.50 Boy's School Shoe
has broughlt sat isfactilon iinto many a
CL.ARDY & WILSON.
Rliding a Horizontal Cycle.
Going at a speed of from seventy.
flye to eighty-five miles an hour, a
motorcyclist succeedled in driving his
machine around the rperpeindicular w:.all
at the top of a motordrome, says
Popular Mechanics. This is a regular
amusement park teat for automobiles,
but Is seldom attemnpted with a motor
cycle, since the machine must be
driven at terrific speed and must
stand out almost horlizontally from
the wall. It is a good example of the
power of centrifugal force, as well as
of the skill and nerve of the driver.
The Youth of Athens.
When Athens gave every fourth
block to her children and youth for
the gyn.nasium iiid the playground,
she bulk bodies or silk and steel, and
great nmen walked up anid down her
Streets in regimients, and her health
bloomedo. In the orat ioiis of Demos.
thienes, and thie essay~s of Plato and
the mai.les of Philais. J ust as tsoon
as the. race and the l'cody bege n to
deteriomiite, A tl(n wen~\(t to jineces:.
TIhils ha(.4 l.'een thei i-tory, also, of
Ephiesusami11( ('orith , and( Veun.ice.
Newellnwlh Iun ilihi.
I Guarantee "Dodson's Livi
Best Liver and Bowel C1
Liven up your sluggish liver! Feel
tine and ehaerful; make your work a
pleasure; be vigorous and full of ainbi
tion. Uut take no nasty, dangerous
calomnel because it makes you sick and
you iay lose a day's work.
Caloiel is mercury or (iuickslh1 r
which causes necrosis of the bon 5.
Caloinel crashes into sour )ile . to
dynamite, breaking it up. That's wh n
you feel that awful nausea and cram )
Listen to mue! If you want to enljo.
the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel
cleansing you ever experienced just
take a spoonful of harmless Dodson'4l
Liver Tone tonight. Your druggist or
dealer sells you : 50 cent bottle ofl
Wanted-The person who exchang
ed rain coats with me at the recep
tion of -Mrs. Virginia Caine several
weeks ago to see ine. S. M. Wilkes.
- For Sile-vTwo nilk cows fresh in
milk, and one beef cow. Apply to Wasl\
A. Garrett. Gray Court. 16-It-pd
Warning-No hunting or otherwise
trespassing will be allowed on iy
lands. P. Conway Martin. 16-it-ltd
Found-On my place, four head of
cattle, including a cow and three
calves. Owner can secure same by
describing them, paying for keeping
and for this advertisement. Judge
Heasley. Northi Iliarpeir Street. La111- 0
rens, S. C. 16-1tpd
Farms for Sale-I have for sale soy
eral large and siall farms in Laurens
and adjoining counties. Reasonable
4ei'ms. See me at once if interested.
C. W. McCravy, Rleal Estate and in
surance, Lalrens, S. C. 16-5t-yd
For Sale-Iipioved farm, 5.1 1-2
acres, low price, easy terms. W. 11.
Clinkscales, Laurens, Route 1. 16-2t
For Sale-One registered Duroc
Jersey sow, 6 registered Duroc-Jersef
pigs, two Berkshire sows, and grade
pigs all ages. W. H-. Ciinkscales, Lau
rens, Route .1. 16-2t
Lost or li3splaced-An old gold
brooch. Reward if returned to me.
Mrs. Mary 13. Uall, Converse, S. C.
For Rent-One two-horse farm. Also
one thousand acres for sale. Apply
to Ton M. Shaw, Laurens, S. C. 15-2t
For Rent--Two communicating of
fices. Water, light and steam heat. in
cluded. Apply to LAmurens Nat. Hank.
For Sale-70 acres well improved
farn, with good dwelling, out build
ings and tenant house, good neighbor
bood, convenient to school and church
es, known as Ernest Benet home place.
Anderson & Blakely. 7-tf
"A man is mighty lucky," said Un.
cle Eben, "if Ihe's born wit a good
bass voice dat makes what he saves
sound solemn an' serious even if It
don't amount to much."
PI'edmnont & Northern Rahway Co.
Greeiville, S. C.
Effective Octobeir 31, 1915.
Arrivals fr'om Departures to
No. Time No. Time
3 7:55 AM 2 7:00A M
5 10:00 AMA 4 8:10A M
7 11:35 A M 6 10:20 A M
9 1:55 P M 8 12:10 P M
I t 3:i0 P M 10 1:45 p M
15 5:15 P AM 12 4:15 p M
17 6:45 P MI 14 0:30 P M
19 9:15 P Ml 16 10:50 P M
Arivals from Departures to
Greenwood and Greenwood and
4 8:05 AM 1 6.00A M
O 10:10 A M 3 7:55 A M
8 12:10 P M 5 10:00 A M
10 1:45 p M 7 11:35 A ~M
12 4:10 P M 9 2:00 P M
141 6:30 P M 15 41:20 p M
i6 10:50 P M 17 6:50 P M
C. S. ALLE~N,
F LEETS/ Ch
proven its wo
.r Tone" will give you the
eansing you Ever had.
Dodson's Iiver Tone under my person
[1 lloney-back guarantee that each
spoonful will clean your sliggish liver
heller than a dose of nasty calonel
an( that it won't make you sick.
Dodion's LIver Tone Is real liver
medllicine. You'll Iknow it next morn
Ing because you will wake up feeling
line, your liver will be working; head
ache and (fizzin1ess gone' stomach will
be sweet and bowels regular.
1)odson' Tone is entirely veg
etabe 1'efore haIriless ad can not
te. Give it to your children.
.11ll iosti of people are using Dodson's
Liver Tone Instead1 of dangerous calo
moel now. Your drlggist will tell you
that ithe sale of calomtel is almost
stopped entirely here.
ALL CHILDREN LOVE
"SYRUP OF FIGS" FOR
LIVER AND BOWELS
Give It wIlell feverIsh, cross, bilious
for had breath or sour stonmach.
Look at. the tongue, Mother! If coat
ed, it is a sure sign that your little
one's stolach, liver and bowels need
a gentle, thorollgh Cleansing at once.
When peevish, Cross, listless pale,
doesn't sleep, doesn't r ' e act natur
rally, or is feverish, stolmach u0111,
bre..th had; has stolach-ache, sore
throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give a
teasipoonfuI of "Callfornia Syrup of
Fi ", and in a few hours all tile foul
Col (tipptd waste, undigested food
al s ur bile gently moves out of its
i 1 b)owels wilthout griping, and you
9 e a 0 well, playful child again.
You leedn't. coax sick children to
a1ke this ha rm less "friIt laxative";
they love its delicious taste, and it al
ways makes them feel splendid.
Ask your druggIst for a 50-cent bot
tle of "Califol'ni)a Syrup of Figs,"
whicl has diretilons for hables, hilt
dren of all ages and for grown-ups
plainly onl thle bottle. Beware of
C01otfits sold here. To be ,1ure you
get file geninle, ask-to see that It Is
made by "Califlornia Fig S'yrup Coni
Pany." Refuse any other kind witil
31. (A ZI N ES
The Clubbing 1rices oll som1e
of the mlost1 popular mlagalziles
will be advanced tills montl.
G e )t your next year's maigitzinles
nIoV ietore e prices are ralsed.
I t eC sscriptions ' for ainy
thin 1 lshied and guarantee
t lilty prices ire ats low as
th . offered by any reliable
ancy. (ct liy atulogue be
f e P1lcin1g 3ou1r ordeirs. I can
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slbsrliptions 11141 111ake collec.
tions for the ColuIbia State.
1). 31. NOR WOO)
Laur11enls, s. c .
JItlDUE TO LET.
On the 23rd day of November, 1915,
at 11 o'clock A. M., tile Slpervisor's of
La1ur'ens and Newberr'y Counties will
let conltra)ct for tile erection of a
brIdge over Mudliek Cr'eek on the line
of said countIes about fourt 111110 east
of Vaub lInsville, liursuSIant to anl Act
of tihe (i neral gs Semlbly piroviding
thlerefor. 1lanlsfnd specificallions will
be exhibit da the letting 01' at tile
ofmies of t e uper'visor after Nov. 15.
Written co1 ract and bond will be re
quired to be executed within ten days.
Successful bIdder to deposit ch~eck of
$10 to guarantee signing of contrtact.
The right Is reser'ved to reject any 01r
Hi. B3. Hunmbert,
Supervisor for Laurens County.
Take notice thlat 0on the .i0th day of
D~ecemnber, 1915, we will r'ender' a final
account of ourP acts andl doings as IEx
ecutors of thle~ state of Lo'etta Gruml
bles, dleceas ...he pofilce of tile
at i o'colek a. nm., and on thle samle
dlay will applly for a final dischlarge
fr'onm 0our trus1ts as executors.
Any person01 indebted to saidl estate
are nlotifled and r'equired to make pay
mnent 011 that (late and all IPersonls hlav
inlg cllimls against salid estate will
presenlt thleml onl r' befor'e said dato,
duly lprovenl or he for'ever' barr'ed.
Nov'enmber' 10, 19 15-I1110,
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