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Mrs. N. T. Coleimn Addresses Letter
to This County.
Etual Huffrago resolutions and
uiendments will be strongly present
ed dur ing the coming sesion of Con
gre-ss. South Carolina representatives
lave heretotore either opposed the
1111V Oi r beenl Indifferent hecau se
sCntinm',tt in tihIs state has not war
raial. active sipport. Ilowever the
ltin , 111. coine whenl it Is, nocvssary*
- 'c our United St:ttes Seiators
r ed ::ricsillnn as to the strci Ill
o novemeil in o Carlin a inl
o) Ii!:it Hwy tour representus
-imuil i'055 an nit l wi t i ll S ith
sina l1u.t S1 Trhe havIlk in Co
1 he r i'er ly 1a r II it Ieo p . i
tl ien as: wemlasinoen wasi uainangul t
ly cI-oed, and as fy sining very
a reiOestn tt 1te s 1t is op(orunity
li lalo parl t 1 thison petition Were
lhe following ar (tIle resolutions to
be fresented ho our represenatives
In CIongress andi you are Invited to
sign and mail te tNat chaii irmn of
Oth Conlig ressoniat Committee at once.
\len as well as women are u'rged to
co-operate with us by signing, since
a representative list is desired.
Address irs. N. T. Coleman, chair
mnanl Con g ressioinal Committee, Abbe
ville, S. C.
Whereas, thoieramth Carolina i i ia I
Suffrage I ague, an organization of
. 11 111 'iembtrs, desires to cooperate
wth the National American Wom'an
gra, it i rattt'ii lon throu lats
Cong'ressioal Committee, for it the
puIrOse of su.rling the passalo by
Con' of tof I he Suae I. At nI honly
alueinten t1i to the ' ied'e S iates Conl
tifoli lot1, Iain ti ufra ge a (d he on
I'. n th S m i Ili tein as e tatot'
Wt'o erait s tellerating the Il on .
tali' ho principle o nongatis.'nsip
o i-it part of the Nalional American
\l'tI Siintfrsge A or iaion, with
which our organization I t alliliated,
wve a.-k for the supportt of all political
ImrIties inl our- efforls to svecure fihe
]a of thi s alnlenidilnl i nl Con
r a d mIts ratilientiont by tIle Sta t
. ee:..at ro : ani e '
he a , ' .\]I of thl e National polit
ical parieN. except two have already
declarei their Support of the princi
f)Ial of wentsuftrage; therefore be
lIe'olved, Thai we hereby request
the lion. 11. It. Tillmanx and (ie $ln.
J. D. Smith lnited States Senators
from tis St1ate, and the Hlo. S. .1.
Nichois llepresenta'ive in Con
gress- from the IWourth Congressional
i.torie of this State, to vote for this
amewinment. and to use their fullest
utuhenc1e in s favor: and
lisolvd owluther, That We hereby
rlvet'st thet(wo political partis uthat
have notg dtclared in favor of Woman
Suffrage -iblh ((i-ortite and Ietmb
lican paries---i include fif their 1 Sate
and National latforms a declaration
inl favor of \Vomanl Suffrage, and a
proltise to is11pport legilation to that,
e'forl a referne ---and ' understia n th
ara~telyning.h effect sres really
femal te oganism:-ther miiseroa t
and qtits dnecressing; Infaece oldh
einbd.eMny h wom e w h rtforel
tirktese ndtes toDR. qIteMON'S
01'oweorlletnativo i'fluee An the1'
femaeteerat4ive sytem, touods upna
shtron woudy, Iret~ore halhimreglar
nutl ate threemotes oefuslness ad a
Vlc'earl rotyle- complexiondw Pi'e $i.00i
per' otte SodI byninnn from drgits. al
t he'digorous R(In winter1 ath (o 1zar'
arit are~ bieing supprile wuch apter
lirt, fovillwivgte 11ustom WI'tby thel
Wle-o mit, S as ivliliani''s do worse11
stPs.ei 3011 the f erneoe! eod
wil reelanywid o danswrs.Pa
LONG VIEW NEWS. *
Se ee e.. e <e e e a..e
Long View, Nov. 15.-We are needing
some rain very bad now on small grain.
Mr. and Mrs. idgar Todd and clil
dren and .\Mr. and Mrs. .1. L. Chancy
and little son of Clinton, came over
Sunday to visit their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. It. 1,. Cole.
Alrs 1,. W. Iteede'r and her niece,
.lrs. 1'. P. \lundy spent the day at Mrs.
Wiillit .\iislin's Friday.
.\lisses X1he0 and Loi, lleeder. and
111li1 Mao ('ole spenit the day at Al r.
..\,F Colenmnl'. recentlly.
Al r. and .\ls. .\ht ini Gotddard have
lim'd to Coronlaca to male their lu
All'. W. "'. l)avis is the champion po
Iato grower. lie made :'. hushe'ls oil
s!VeveI tows. They were the Ti,uminph.
.lMr. William .\ustin visited his niece,
Alt's. Alatliew Alerchant, near Kinards
School is progressing very nicely.
.ltis. It. F. .\lundy and children of
Greenwood speit. the past week with
her aunt, Airs. L. W. Reeder.
Mlir. and Mrs. A. A. Workman are
spending a few days with Mir. Quince
Miss )ollio Mae ('ole spent Sunday
night at. Clinton withi her sister and
returned home Monday.
Mrs. 14. 11. P isoni is on the sick list
.\l'. .John Ward is visiting his soin,
.\1r. hill Ward.
MIss Eloise lReedlr is visiting her
faiiher, Ar. R. K. eetde r.
lessis Al asoni Cole. .1oel mith and
.\rthtlr lder %-VilWent oppossumi hnliting
list night and had I'dluck, caugti
N.TI 'i , .la es
. inxs a 'i tlomiuelm.
Tih' iellinel." natslnti , al ling
tal tolh I t li ute o t calomi el i thies.
ialiral r'slit of iaitran ging yOll rid
sir sys1 v.em1l. D~octors everywhere are
'ii n l F iet t a.cOw Wlion of saloim i.:
1mch tooi rom and leaves the body
sick ,and wevakenled.
Lih-1er-l~ax is a1 wonderful ubi-s
tul(t for al omel, Itait has a of its
good etkh ;mad nione of its had ones,
It acls soothingly bu1 thlorough"'Ily onl
tihe liver, leanve sa it of bile, anl rid
ding file ille ig/uSysIntl of .sta" a ting
1)o IsonI s. z
Lilde-Lay'is stritly a h r ls
vegelable r'611noumind. and Is, guiar
aniteed to give satisfactionl or- your
mlone~y will be return-Ied. Ins"ist oil (ho
origilal, hearing the likeness and sig
naitire of 1L. K irigshy. For sale here
at 10c and $1.00 Iat I ,a'enis )rug Co.
Thanksgivinv Day and the Orphan.
President Wilson has a ppointed Nov.
2-511, as the National Taliiiksgiving
Day. It. has beien our anil al cistoi
on that day, or the Sabbath following
to reiieiimbier the orphanus. We holle
that every reader of those lines will
glidly do so. You ha ve a wonierfl
ainii t to he gratef'uilI for. Puti. your
gratitide to the proof. Send to the
Orphanage of your cliirich, your
tihank-offerilng. Presbyterian peopile
in Florida, Georgia and South Caror
lina will reieitbe r that they are an it
t't in suppliort Iing Ithe TlhornwellI Or
jiha nage, (lin itoni, S. C., which is the
piropierty of t hose thiroe Sy notds. Thec
children are all orphlans, sonie three
hundr'ed in numbnler. There aire 17~
cottage homes, each occupied by some
15 to 25 children, with a good mother
ly woman In charge. The childr'en aire
regularly In school for foirty' wveeks
each year, and are taught some trade
or occupiiation, by wvhich they can earn
an honest living. Usually they leave
the Ihome at the age of 16 to 18, unless
an earlier discharge is fotund adlvisa
le(. Their supp~lort dleiends upon glfts
of good men and women. Especlally
at Thianksgiving times, they oulght to
1)e remembered. There aire 180 chil
dren from South Carolina, 70) fromi
Geoirgla and 28 from Flotrida. Tfhe resi
came fronm seven other states.
Contribtios soul besent simply
C. Cheeks and post-ofiee orderus
should be sent to the satie addr ess.
* e C * ae e e e . * * * C C C e ,
* honor Roll of Mrounrtville Schiool. ~
*.Month Ending October 29. *
Tenith Grade: Josephene Thornton,
AMarie Teague, Cot'a Biryson, Gen levive
Long, 'Pietce Milletr, Lawrence .Jonos.
Ninth Grade: Maxcy Thornton, .John
Eighth Grade: Fay Biryson, Olga
Simimons, Lena Simmons.
Sexenth Grade: Carolyn Sullivan,
Melvin Simmions, flardwell Cannon.
Sixth Grade: Douglas Smith, Marie
Bryson, Caroline Motes, Sybilla Sulli
Fifth Grade: Catherine Teaguie,
Tonague Simmons, Hai'ohd Fuller,
Chemie Motes, Lorena Crisp.
Fourth Grade: Shirley Ti'mmronis,
Frances lirtson, Jlanle Coats.
T1hi rd fi'ade: IsabelChs, ar
Second G rade: George Chase.
Flirst Gratde: Viole't Crisp.
Our' line of I itatiig Stoves ar'e the
best valuies to bet found, I icaters from
h00 to $25.00O.
8. M. & lit H. Wilkme & (:
0 0 / s~
HERE'S a Thanksgiving Feast of
Perhaps your Feet are not well <
o Thanksgiving Outing or Inning!
We've Footwear that would mal
to live in!
* Then, our prices are thankful pr
you'll pay without a murmer.
For Man, W oman, Boy, Girl, Little Peop
the choicest Thanksgiving Foot Dressiing the
* Attend to your Shoe wants early fcr we
day on Thanksgiving.
Clardy & .Wi
L Our Shoes Are Best
g oo j sJ[NLASS(SF,
The greatest thing
in modern feeding
R E S IW. I CIA IS
down the feed bill and builds up the stock.
It's something the i-orses and mules like-gives them an
appetite-starts the saliva running and aids digestion. -
K Far superior to an all grain feed. Give your horses and
Smules a treat, and at the same time save money. --
S Our RED SHIRT (first grade) Horse and Mule Molasses Feed
S contains Corn, Oats, Ground Alfalfa, made appetizing with salt
/and pure can nmolases, and analye ascfollows7
PIEDMONT HORSE & MULB MOLASSES FEED Second Grae-p,^aly'es: e,
S12-.: Carbohydrates 55%. e
1~AMP FOX HORSE&MUE MOLASSES FEED gFfa ibre 12,;",*arbohdrates'."%s
PERECIO HRS & ~l F~bgM wa "' reand'ule ", which n aiye
Proin*1n''atn 3%i:' ibre 12a; carbohydratee 5. This is composed of .tralh
RED SHIRT DAIRY FEED i
keeFirteGrade hA baaced ration containing Masss ae in e th r qua y of in c
E 0ra Alfnalfa,"Pure Cane 1olasnet ao d t.nalyze J'r. ele 15 at d i g,
FIbre 12%: Carbohydrates 60%. - -. --I
~PIEDMONT DAIRY FEED 12 ar deg hfat Protein 12 : Fat 2 % Fibre
RE SiRT HOG FEED Aiat~io"n dftt~itE'snksgee. Ground Con Rce
We manufacture also RSD SHIRT Scratch Feed an itH~ ItI T Ilaby Chick Feed.
"SEVEN EG35SComWoEed oEN MASH e,*,orn Or;o n 85d1
Rie, Cottoneed Mleal10 o Peas, Mearbha tei n I.edMd Aasiss
Ac ien on the bas in our ad.nearly all of out' feed is made from(nflv
We.*''''' - a llsor f GRAIN, HAY
6w, qE nA p soiteabove are mixed
*W iest ner lment at the iowest
cut' youV6I.E M Write
Molong & Cater Co.
B. R. TODD . 02 O LAND SALE.
Engineering and Contracting tho vivitu of rsallierMt collwy ndin
Land Surveys a SpecIalty will Bell' at Laureria Court House,
~arete Work SkIllfull) done or in So'uth Carolina, at ptlblic outcry to
spected, ,the highest bidder, on Monday, Decemn
*rawings and estimates of all Kind ilber 6th, 1915, durig legal hours for
public' sales all that tract of land
Telephone No. 346 situate in the county of Laurens, in
- said State, contaIning 11(i acres, more
or less, bounded by lands of Jlohn
Do YOU JIAE 0i'it STOMACII iuusti, Rt. S. Grimfn, iolware Home
If ou re roulei wih sur tom. lace ad I. F. Owven and of John
acht you shouild eat1 slowly and maa- c'ash, purchaser to pay for papers and
tiente your lood thorougly 3, then take revenu te stamps.
one Of Chaambelnialn's Tablets imme- JOhIN 11ALL CAMILLf
,rybr.ftr suIppi Obtatinale ev- A* Ixecuor' of Mrs. Salli M
Footwear, surely! 0
quipped for your
,e you Thankful I
ices, also. Prices,
le and Infants, we've
shall be closed all
State of South CIIrolinnii,
(ouuiaty of Laurens,
IN COTIT O1 COMMON PLECAS
The l'nion Central Life his. Co., Plain
Wade H-. Cuibertson, et a!, Defendants.
Pursuant to a ll)ecree of the Court,
in the above stated case, I will sell at
public outcry to the highest bidder, at
L~aurens, C. H1., S. C., on Salenday in
D~ecmber\next, being Monday the 6th
day or the month, during the legal
hours for suech glc, the ZQolowing de
scribed proporty, y d
All those certa~h traeta, ieCces and
p)arceln ol' land. situated, lying and be
ing in WVater',oo Township, Laurenis
County, South Carolina, described and
known as follows, to wit:
1sat. That tract of land containing
228 63-100 acres, part of the Wilcutt
Place, described as follows: Commenc
ing at a rock corner 3 X N M on a
small branch on line ot other lands of
W. Hi. Quier1teonl and( Blen Anderson,
anid runuinig thecnde S0uth 5 East 31.23
chains and crossing the Public Ulh-~i
way to a p)oilar stump on at branchi,
and thence South 17 1-2 East 6 chains
to at lock nlotfene, on lineo of lands of
lDen AndersolMl' nids Oouith 71 WVeat
0.75 chains to all Lsh 8 X 0 Mv on
branch, and thence rtti-Ati~lty with
the branch Sonth 55 1-2 West b,23
chains to a stake on branch; thecee
Souith 67 WVest 41.08 chains to a rock or
stumpl, new pointers on branch, ahd
thence South -75 1-4 West 1-4.07 chains
to a sassairas 3 X 0 M, thence South
80 1-2 Wecst 11.03 chains to an elm
3 X 0 M, thence South 57 WVest 22.75
crossing a small branch to a corner
in Long Lick Crook, now pointers, and
thence with the meanderings of said
creek generally in a Northern diree
tloon to a corner in theo creek at the
crossiw,g of the creek and the P..iblic
H-ieghway loading from Wateri'Jo to.
E~kom, and thencee with said Ptublic
Highway h& ant .Ihuterly direction to a
corner, and thence North 25 East
24.89 chains with lfue of other' lands
or grantor thi'tiffy desribed het6%tt to
a corner in the br'anch, ne6w poInters
on line of landn: of D: O. Siwit' and
other lands of W.- 1MZ. Culbertsow, and
thence with the uneadoeings of the
said branch in an' I'asterly~ diretloni
to a corner In the said branch, and
thence South 88 1-2 Nast 9.85 chains to
a rock corner on the side of the
branch, and thence North 87 East 4.97
to rock 3 X N M, the beginning corn
er, and hounded on the North by other~
lands of WV. Hi. Culbertson I. a. the
tract secondlly beliow described; on
the J~ast by lion Anderson and the
lands fp urthly below dlescribed; on the
Southb by estate of D). L. Anderson, on
the Wecst by Long Lick creek andl
lan ds of W. 11. Cuibertson i rdiy he
low described, all of which will more
fully aipear b~y plat of survey thereof
mode b~y 0. II. Pitts, surveyor, Nov.
2nd. That tract of land containing
33 37-100 acen, moren or less, .....
as part of the Wilcutt Place, and de.
scribed as follows: Commencing at a
corner in the bran9p on line of lands
of D. C. Smith and the tract above de
scribed, and running thence North 26
East 1.25 chains to a cherry 3 X N M,
and thence with D. C. Smith's line
North 20 -East 15.70 chains to stake
3 X 0 M and thence South 80 UEast
5.89 chains to a stake, and thence
South 75 1-2 East 7.50 chains to a
stake, and thence South 67 East 6.60
chains to it black gum, corner 3 X 0 M,
the last three lines being with Ben
Anderson's lauid, and thence South 5
East I I chains to a corner 3 X N M
(I his helig the beg inning corner in the
description of the abovq- uentoned
tract), ant thence South 87 West 4.97
ebains to a corner,, aid thence Sointh
88 1-2 West 9.85 to a c')rner on bralch,
unt thence with the meanderings of
the sanid braiili Iit a corier iIn the said
bralnicl, file beg inin uig cornier, and be
ig bouided oil (ihe North by la11(1 of
lienl Anidersoii, on the East by Ben
.\nderson, on the Soth0 by other lands
of W. 11. Culbertson, the tract above
desib'Hed, and on the West by
lands of 1). C. Smith and third below
desrblhe( tract, all of which will more
fully appear by plat of survey thereof
male by 0. B. Pitts, surveyor, Nov.
3rd. That tract of land containing
29 1-4 acres, more or less, described
as follows: Commencing at a corner
in the road to Waterloo and running
thence North 17 East 13.82 with line
of D. C. Smith to a pine stuip, and
thence North 46 1-2 East 16.42 chains
with line of ). C. Smith to a pine tree,
thence North 77 East 6.88 chains to
a wild cherry 3 X N M, and thence
with the line of first tract South 24 1-2
West 25.83 chains to a corner in the
road, new, and thence with the' said
road to Waterloo, the beginning corn
or. and bounded by lan(s of D. C.
Smith on he West and North and
lands of W. 11. Culbertson. first de
scribed on the South, and being part
of the Wilcutt Place, as appears from
a copy of a plat made by 0. B. Pitts
on the 28th of Nov.. 1911 as by ref
erence thereunto being had will more
-10b. That tract coitining 27 3-4
aeres, coinmimieneing at a corner on Iine
of ani of .iona1 1,oche inot far frol
a branch, innu'mked b3y old pointers, and
bhing le ext remne Southern point, and
ruiing thence with Nast line of first
tract North 5 West. 2.25 chains to a
co)4rner on the Public liighway leading
to Waljrlo, t-hiiee Norti 72 East
11.10 (m111is with sai( roal, same be
iag the Ilie by Siyrna Church to a
polnt in the said road, and thence with
line of 11. A. Anderson's land South
9 1-4 ast 17 chaIns to a white oak :.
N, and thence South 18 West 1.35
chains to a corner, points at mouth
of (ain on brancl. and thence with
the old run of the branch to ani elm,
and thence 51 1-1 West 12.20 chais
to the beginning corner, and bounded
on the North by file road to Waterloo,
and on the Easm' by lands of B. A. An
dlerson, on the BonithI by tile aforesaid
branch and lands of lonah Fooche,
"Ind oil the West by first tract, and
m1or1e fully represenited by a plat of
survey iade by, Thoinas C. Anderson,
surveyor, Nov. Pth. 1907.
Contalnijng in the aggregate 319
acres, imiore or less.
Terums of Sale: One-half cash, bal
ance to be paid twelve monitlis from
(late of sale: the credit portion to be
s'i'e(ed by bond an illmorigage of the
purchaser oyer* tle saId( plremises,
bearing interest from (lte at 8 per
cent, with leave to iirchaser to pay
hIs ent ire bid in cash, and 10 per cent
attorney fees in case of suit or collec
tion by an attorney. -Purchaser to
pay for papers and stamlps. If the
terms of sale are niot complied with,
the land to be re-sold on same or some
sub~sequient Salesday on same terms at
risk of fornier purchaser.
C. A. POWER,
C. C. C. P. end 0. 5., L~aurens, S. C.
D~atedi, this November 8, 1915.
in the District Court of the United
For the Western District of South
In the matter' of
TIhe Monroe flanking and Mercantile
Company, Bankrupt, -
Pursuant to an by~dei sf .ile signedi
by Judge Joseph -T. Johnson of the
Western District of South Carolina on
the 15th day of October, 1915, I will
sell at public outcry, on Monday, the
6th day of December, 1915, at 12
o'clock mceridian, before the Court
H-ouse door at LiaurenR, S.. C., to the
highest hreslponsible blddsr, the follow
iu4 describted tr'act of iiid heic.glrng
to the~ estate of the above named bank
"Al that certain tract or pa reel of
land Aituate in the State and County
afore~A$dy on the West Aidie of fleedy
River, donbt OWo' Wtes below Tumfb.
ling Shoa%, And hiviu'g the. following
metes and b6'##ds; 19 gVft Beginning
at an iron pi 41 p~t'i Fead, N. M.,
corner tract No. *v tle~dgf #~4hi said
roadi N. 49 degree'# 86 Mp'ifta K 2
chains to a bend in r;. thInw #'1eh
said road 410 degrees 4&' lMii'te #
8.12 chains to an iron pId iW foad. $.
M., corner tract No. 1; th6e' iEhl
said tract 8 64 degrees 55 mntf l
40,03 chains to a stone 0. N., cutyner
of J., gullivan's land; thence wf~b
Suilliyha g line 8 7 degrees 15 ninuteg
E 22.91 chains to a stake N. M., corn..
erf tra~ct, f~o, 3; thence with saidl tract
N. 55 WV. 56.11 chains to the beginning
Coiez.. c nnIfr Maty-si acres, mere
or less, as shown' on a piat of the
lands of Mrs. F'. A4 Sulliv'an made by
Wiiam~n L. MitChhl, nlbreyr, on Sep
tethber' 18, 19112; and beIng tr'act No.
2 as described en said' piat." This is
the same tract 6f land' rt' Wgtg Con
voyecd to The Monroe Banking and
.\ercantile Compilany by J. F. Tolbert,
as trustee, by (Iced dated( Novemnfer
2.5, 1912, and recordedl in tlie officoe
of the Clerk of Court for Lauirens
County, S. C,, in' D)eed Book 35, at
'Terms of sale: Cash. Purchaser~ l
l)ay3 extra for stainps and ha per:.
J. L. 51H I~IAPD
Andlerson, S. C. e..tO,
Novembm.' 1, inn.l~