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7te!.j5VrI ptin Prkce is $I.00 Per Y'eat
V'api%' li Advannt.
Aavre ~, H. C.
ARtYTlUR i. S'ec. and Treo.
Mfvetrtising Rates on Applictloit.
0bituaries and Card of Thiks: Ouo
cent a word.
Entured at tho postotice at Luurewc,
S. C, as second clasa mail matter.
LA UIZNS, S. (., DE1. 15, 1915.
For the state to recognize the de
nominational institutions and to leave
the way open for their continued
growth it I; not necessary to give
them iolicy or pirovide flunds for stu
der ts to attend them. ' ili.; is neither
ex:(ectcd1 nor desired by these college:1,
we dar.say. All that is ieeded is a lit
tle 11101e ero paid t.o slate scholar
ships, so that the state and cliirch col
leges will be placed on an approxi
mately equal fooling in coml1 pe ting
for the youtihs who ar-e able to atedll
college at their Own epens'..\ Sim.
11e inattr and on1e that does not re
<quire lny ba :s h i ,y .i ('o!!mbiri c.
The llate.;-urg . lir i aof
tt o i t tino -c sinw about
he 1:ir:; of, la., Je uiia
li: C. ZIA i I i u !
o I N I wii 3i 11 .I
.3 . h i i i o (u .io
L it t I. . i I
10ound V; :: the t n -sI n Was that,
it apA..a ! ;. be r I th t e
71 1C : we rle
yonI.!,-sir aItveNy hgh, .witolltL
raislng 1those ofI casi ssessud too
PROTI'C'T YOURn COTTON.
Parmlers; w\m. ar ho!.Un1g -otten! :1
hollme are ar1m i nd nil Of the(: great loss
Ca ((sed by bad weather. The fall tias
been so free f:ruom wet weather that
cotion lying out s r has m( lon
daitnaed vr m'o , b thli; ideal
J1l1'. l l ir1155 1 ho(5 i
lit!. e:' <anno b- I xoi (d) to1( o~n
markwilln!!o ot Ith in i hei~ i:a m:e .he
to llol e s t l% i b- : of
thrjj' ylos :n,, t)r.
lea .tn hno t b t s a rks nl about
tirnes than nsna- blaz. I ! s.;sig-s
eotda that whcot to ler a co on own
u t atleatg lil tjtey i e tohincd hof
timber of some kind for protection
from the weot groiundi an f11 ar apar't so)
that, if one' bale catchies alire, the
blaze n. ll not s.:'-d to Ithe othres.
This1 unda lik . prt Iy oou :id ive
dte ife of thae nouy ble an Nash;ille
ia .lows i to br 's IhI loi \st iin. YlI
lant IC, a state-owneud railroad, and1 tihe
light. that( is lio n i-moh. again:t the0
(move by the peopj of 1the stte. IfI
the Westein &. .\tlan(tie( were a pri
T'ately ownedl corporaltion Ithere is 1no
donubt but thati. the entr (an(ce of thle L.
& N. Into the field of Ithe lonig-struig
gliIng and time-I ed old "mot her rii -
r'oad"' would be hailed0 wit outstr11 ietch -
ed arms and signed contracts for a
big perc'entage of tonnage which It had
hadl no part In de0velopinug. This same
thing has been dlone and at noe distance
from here. As we say, It dlepends en
tirely upon wvho Ia goIng to have the
competitIon whether or not we want
Al though, promp ited by selfish mo
tives in protecting itself, the State of
Georgia has done what all states
shouild do, viz., proh Ihit the parallel
ing of one railroad by another. A
railroad which has dIoni lpioneer work
in developing any section should he
allowed to enjoy the fruIts of Its la
bors like any other concern, so long
as It gIves satisfactory service and
keecps abreast of (lie times.
"Well, -did you get <1 untm suffleit
at I' Smtt ihs' Itincheosn?" "'CertaInly
n hi s own L is (;.1 option.
SENDS NOTE TO
Stato of Alynairs Has Been Further
Complien-ted by liepors8 (If Activitieis
Of Snbmarll-incs .\gAinst Oil S IIn
-%'ed it caneanI terentIliy, Onp4fill ie.
Waui,.*ngtonui, Dec. S.-The United
State(s has n;ciit to Austria-H1ungar y a
lioe foag for a (aiaOnal or the
submlarinec attack up,'on the Italianl
iner Alcona, 1 s'ur aces that ruch 111
act will bo not repeated, some degree
of iunishment for the commander of
the submarine, and reparation for
American lives lost.
The communication started by cable
yesterday from the State department
to Ambassador Frederick C. Penfleld
at Vienna, who was instructed to hand
it to the Austro-Ilungarian minister
of foreIgn affairs, Baron Burian.
Word of delivery of the note had
not been received by the department
Friendly but firm terms, It Is said,
characterized the document which is
udilerstood to make a point of prompt
assurances for the future safety of
American lives. Austria-ilungary has
never iuformed the Unitcd States
wheAIthei' tlie comml1 ilande 's of its sul>
marlines had been given inspections
iimilar to t hose which the German
govevrInment ga I%( s ") coilillailders
at er the AMuitania tragedy.
It is ew eritod that. itlie note re(
foriid part:le(ry to the charge th:At
rK ' r ah ~~hma:n' !:i led ore
woun.ide:l Fome j)S.:engersi on the. .\ni
- e h 'l Ihalicd, aull :ec
,Ir onxpl*W..:-on of tHall point,
lai ' I uthIin. olt - Sel r tar
len- act:d I ptv h e :I: il w I
;1ia ( a to I .-. of t
S 1(m 1 .1 thei l .-;" latin ' ne w .hih
e lhls for grp. coisilleratoil, tlhe -iah
of aliairs Imoiig Ieome mre oim
j)!1talcId ue the nowas dis;,lathled
by rt 'orts of attacks ipon American
ciI-carryinig vessels inl the .l editer
raieai, prctumably by Autrian sub
Surprie to IIIWashinirtn.
NesNs that, tile iote had been sent
came as a complete suprise to otli
cial Washington generally, the reports
i.b'-h m aunt o llo tlle ,ta:o d e
part m:It carly in the week being that
n1o po:itilye and cliorroborated evidence
as to what actually had ocur(rediii
wihn the .\: v weit down 'ad ben
ll d u l i . ; t it til r po t
M, COluVladiotory, anld 'that, 1until a
: 14) i lli e in ur1.,u in t e to
Irlch that no (en:it:nunicaion 1
w:11hi he sent it) \'i-Ini:a. T ' t'hl t it
'i t: el :eed In solnc gjuairtei :1 that
in:'rmtion 11 of a most concl usivye na
ture had lo com(uie to Secr'etary13 12allsing,
pr'obaby hlt' .Aloniday niht , and thai
it had been: dleideed then that the pno
to1.t Shbould go tfor~ward imtmedi ately.,
\' Iel15r Amibassadoir Penftield had11
tranSmitte the 1* reply of the \'ienna
for'eign otihe to the 11.4 t oftieries
s'ibllited by the l'nited StIates could
Somne Hoply ,1hbceiived,
thle state deparStmttlnt had( recelied anl
Iwro -lu' ilort t . 15*.. In the
*1n.ot~ thhi:n wh Ui av: wartn
2ea 5. 1 1o : o e i fi 1 W I or t he
'Iive' thl '''ar 4:a1 r tos li t ci > a laiCe
0f safe''t' li nd wlheio uty sts were
a stand *1stll and bef'ore' tie t'>rp;edo
ntt 11(4n ad'.i.*d tontighit that thie in
quliry had1 been ans)wered~ and1( it wals
saidi that.I the Italian amnba ssador, wiho~
has Itransmiit ted much information
upon01 the sinking of the Ancona, had1(
not fturin ished thle Uniiited( States wi th
Theli Ancona was sounk in lie .Mcdi
terranean sea on Nov'ember 9 while
boundl from Naples for New York.
Trhe only test imonty of a native Ameri
can sur'vlvor of the liner hefore the
department is a deposition by Dr.
Cecilo CGrell of New York. Ini her
depOSitlin Dr. Gr'ell asserts, speelfl
cally that the liner' was torpedoed
while the men, wornen and chiilren
in the cabin and steerage were
scrambling to get into the small boats.
Thie department has been inclined not
to acepit this single statement as
positivo y proof unless5 corrob~oration
was ireceived from some source.
Of Mumch Implhortanfce.
Much weight w'as given, however,
to what Dr. (ich had to say. 11cr
testimony was considieredh of so much
inmpor'tance that she wvas taken to
Rome wvhero she told her' qory to
Anmbassador' Page. A report (of thme
conver'sation reached the stat~e depart
After the inquiry of .the United
States had been before the Vienna
foreign offico several days Ambassador
Penfied reported' that more time w1as
desired lin which to frame a reply.
Late lat v:eek Secretary Lansilg ill
sti'luced the ambasaldor to iur1g'e a
Thie Ainericani note, it is understood,
sots forth that thle In ited tates call
n1ot b'! hVatev t ile conlilailders cf
Austrian submarines have comimitted
acis of lawlessness; except under a
ia pprehension of orders issued by
tile Austrian naval authorities. It Is
declared that under methods of war
fare such as those employed in the
sinking of the Ancona it Is practically
impossible, under such circumstances,
to remain within the rules of fairness,
justice and humanity.
The principles of humanity and
justice which were championed in
notes to Germany are understood also
to be brought strongly to the attention
of the Austro-ilungarian government
in this communication. Warning be
fore submarine atacks is insisted
While every opportunity is said to
be leftl 111 amlicable reply, the beller
to Germallly while tile coltrovers1
iprevails Inl u..lally weil informed otli
cial Cirelc I ihat tile communIII enIliction
is; m1ore vlgorols I 111111 anly dispatclled
to Grmllily wh:l to Controversy
with that couilItr.' over tile coniduet oI
.-1bi: ';;a w aare w:s ill procss.i
,No til itliation could l'e ollailld to
" ta: o wv, : the United . ,ate
.1 n" Li!,;01:Ged -in thev s1ta -
i a L, 1a ly . c
The Italia eant I Ith o
.t. alleged tha n w ri n wI (I as tivin
beo a thI subarine !trted s'he lsing
( a l'td 1.%* f~k , 1 v 1'. 11(-V)!I
thle shlp which immediately Camte to
i stop, and 1tat Shells werte exploded
on the decks of the vesea and i the
lifehotes, kiillna and woulilldilng ially
'u.i how mnany Amierliciane live were
ilo. onl tihe Ancona cier has been
adetiit ly A tablis hd. It is kilowni
hat seveca l naturalized it(lil s te
I iteloats, oilg 011(1 wouding it
lo ( '~Aothliis~. I p is khownr
11a v 'en -o colieting that the state
d'1 arIn never Is b1eeni! a l e to
1114 I-I f the Alnerii:n noh., it
wa- 154;ai I' mt , wil I 1 Lin ont for
-ab 11 ctio n ill morling p rs Friday.
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * 4
*i ~ Ee.i N 9EWS. a
IEkom, D ec. I13.--Win ter hlas mlade
its aipplearan11ce0 at last. La1st SaturIday
we had sh~owers of rain, sleet and~
sno0w andl some1 of thle snow~1 is 0on the0
Sever'al of thed younlg peole of thle
ConununIIit y attIended4~ tile iyster' su11pCer
at tile hom1e1 of .AlIrI. W. L. C'ooper' last
Friay igtland repoSrt a nice time11.
We sorr'y to see .\1lr. llr P3 it ts
aul familly leve 10Oilr neighbllorhlood.
Thi.'y have mo14ved <hewnl near' .\lunt
14lac4 vactedi4 byA .\l'. Pills.
.\Iisses W\il 1411u (ray and Irvin visit
edi (our1 schli iFriday. TIhey were the
gue(sts .Thur lsdiay n ight of Mrs. A. RI.
.\ iss Mtyrtlie Culb erit soq spenlt Satur
da nliY1 ght anlld Sunda lly wit iDr11. J1. 0.
Cooper and( family.
Mr's. Lu1rainle Mclantil and son,
Gerald, Spellt Ilist Thur I lsday withi Mr'.
Robert lloyd and( family.
Mr. Roy Clibertsonl vIsited his5
aunt, Mr's. Leo Culber'tson, anid family,
MIss Irene Cooper' spent Sunday
withI Misses Grace and Lonie Cooper.
Mr. Mar'ian Williams and family vis
ited the former's dlaughlter near Mt.
Olive chiurchl recently.
Mr'. Carl Culbertson has Is saw mill
located near Is home and is ready
Horse Is Most Nervous Animal.
Remember tnat the horse is the
most nervous of all animals, and that
little thlings annoy and irritate him.
HeT will be contented or miserable ac
cording as you treat him.
"Any war e-Xi'erts iln is' commun11.
ty?" asked the new arrlival. "No," an.
sweredl tihe rntive. "We're all toller'.
bul friendly herenbouts.*
FIRM[ NOTE TO
(Continued from Page Nine.)
to leave the vessel. The conduct of
.h, cojimiander can only be charac
to:-izea as wanton slaugiiter of de
lioncoliibatants, siic at
the iale when the vesseL was icIled
a(d tlorpedoed she was not, it appear.
re.dinIg ori( teiitiig to escapo; and
no I'( i..-- .. lmliclint to excuse such
ai a.*'aek, R~ot even fhe possibilMity of
Choice of Belieis.
"The Government of the United
States In torced, therefore, to conclude
either ithat the commander of the iib
marine acted in violation of hi3 in
structions- or that the limperiai and
royal government failed to issuo in
structions to the commanders of its
sibmarlies in accordance with the
law of nations and the principles of
hunianity. The government of the
United States is unwilliig to believe
--.. --i u Cand to credit
the .-xustro-Hungarian government
with an -.tcntion to permit its sub
marines to destroy the lives of help
less meii, women and children. It
prefers to believe that tile commander
of the submarine committed this out
rage without authority and contrary
to the general or special instructions
which he had received.
"As the good relations of the two
countries must rest upon a colillilon
regard for law and humanitS' the gov- i
e1mlelit of the United States canl not
be expected to do otherwise than to
demand that the imperial and royal
goverlnielIt delounce the sinkilg of
the Ancona as an Illegal aud Inde
iln;ible at; that the otlicer 'vh ) per
petrated the deed be punished and
Ii by the payment of an
.mrity be made lfor the citize.na of
illh! I id States who were killd or
i I d L : I"a. k it n t:e v.ssel.
m - uen I the l'nited
u metsthat (Ihe Austro-liln
10 i i of 11hv cas(e', lill at Cede to its
C ponu ipitly alii it re kt his ex
(ill0: o th;- belief thalt. the Auls.
an angoe~nen. ill not
;I or lfeend ani act which -l:I
I Iby th )ioldi as' inhumitlan21
whih i bhorrent to
ai r n < a f the lext of t(e
- o d an else in o:11-I
n tr.1 an. oI nt ffe t Ii
I..::!ht hlave upon pmbiF. opinion i
Th ii cour llt United Ltatv! will
pri- is iliderstood to lavie beell
dn il d LIiupon. A reiasolable tullie will
lie iven for repily before other ctioll
wvill I- takenl. If thie demiland Is not
com21pliei with i1mmiedilate severance
of diplomatic relations in regarded as
The statemient in the note (lat the
Amst ro-Ilungarian government has
been advised, through corr(,s)oldlence
beIt ween tile United St.ates zndl Ger
meny, of the attitide of the United
tS towards submarines is based
Ito the knowledge that. the Austrian
embassy here was fully coi;:izant of
e virytliing that. pass.ed bet ween WAIsh
ington and lierlin. Dr. IDumba, the
.\Iustrlhin ,mbal:oado, sic en I
ke tl Inl (.10:,0 toneh withl theo neg otia-l
lions ai (i een part!'eated to 111 eX
h11!h 1h:. t Ilie Autrin govern
11vnt wmitht reply th-at the comnmnd:11
er Isu 1ICceeded or disomrded Is Inl
' lton,. it. was poinlied out that
thle i0l1i10 staitemient (if the \Astrto
IllungarIin admlililty on the sinkuing
to justify the sulbmarine's actlins lby
Sttingu that (lie steamer t ried to es
('a le anid (lint a v'essel was a pprioach
ingi I when the unlder'water2 buoit suib
mer'iged andii torpledoed thle Anionia.
Oilher Possil/.e Daniigers.
Tlhie sIttion101 betweenM' the two'
coun1ties Is (com1olleat ed by the facts
wich ll have bien brouight to thle at -
tenttin otf the state dlepar'tmelnt inl
'onnlect Ion wvith thle In vesthotion01 of
I touble. Th'lese eases, 11hat of Alex
a nder vou Nub ler con'sul51 gteeral at
New York, lHaron Erichi Swiidenek,
elhargeg of' thle Au stro- luiinarin emt
beassy liere. an ld othlerp ollicials, Idtill
arie unide r eensidea t ion.
It was 'all tonight that It. was
reacl(hedi until2 scome ind!eat ion wva'- re
11narr I.ove rnmen~t In regard toPI
the' .\nieonai l'1~ tl demnd.
friom all othrci con sidertat lin. woulId
be deloriedi here hiecauise It woul d
miean1 thei r'eialling1 of Fre'tderlie C.
Penfieldl. tie AmerIcan amblassador'
at Vienna0 , who is regarided as5 beIng
enigagetd In a great work In the cautse
of lhumait in1 thle war z/one,
Iinteni:so interest Is felt In what ef
fete such a rupi ittre mi1gh t have upon01
tile relatIons lbetween Germnany and
thle United States and1 upon01 pulic
oin~ionl In Germnany. Otilcials do not
look u pon thIs aspect of thle situatloln
as serious, howvever.
(r'd, of 'lTanks.
We take thIs method of thianking all
those who were so kInd and lent us a
hlelping hand dui'ng theO illness (and
death of our beoloved F'ather. May
God's richest blessings rest on thin.
J,. B. Youlng, Drothlers and Sisters.
De. 13, 1915.
.Askinn Too Much.
Our Idea of intellectual honesty is
what would prompt an editor to put a
spring poem written by himself in the
notc basket along with tile others.
Chlumbus (OhIo) Journal.
Habit Is internat Principle.
I~abit is an inte:rnli prlnclple whIch
lead~s us to (do easily, naturally, and
with growIng certainty, whet we do
Made from (
SPECIA L NOT!CE'-S,
Notice-Tennessee aind Kent uicky
mules at Ninety Six and Greenwood.
S. C. Car load just. arrived, soie of
the best you ever saw. Come to se'
us. Sanders & Addison, Ninety Six.
S. C. 21-2t
Wa1r:nX----.\J rsons are herehy
fcrjhidenl to hu111nt, ihh, trap, or illn n
t r mIlain(r freas oil imly projtty.
I.J. H1. Bel1l. 1,:l1remi. INt. 2. 21.-11-pd
R, , 2islered Mare For Sale----I lm-ve
for l o e10 regi:;tor'Cd a1111 , 0 year
old, I horolughly broke, Can he drivevII
by lady, 1'giistration papoler goe;; witii
m1;iare. App )ly to J.mesv10 W. 1n411(derson
" . IarIm21! 'ah2lou, 1 aurens, .
C., or L T. 1 iedoronl, Waire S1is.
-I h.-ve four or fvo iutle..
& 0: dilele t sie~i and r.
Calsh or. vomipa e.; . .1:
It' 1". D.;. a e . ".2ZC., 2 1. I.i.l
Foun--in I.turenu iast MInd:y cv
(111i2g tale.ty) a p 'irse wh'h I w!!
be hla( to give the owior upon t ior
ol2 h r ipl jon of purse 0 and o(:c:11, )n
J. (. .\iller, .\l ountrile, L. C. 21-11
C.\NVASsliA. to i~tcit ord", ', 1;
A."mse to house! in Lu11; 1,'1 local
grocers for a leadin g food produlct.
v ary $9.00 per week. Give experi
once and references. Addilresn P. 0.
'lox I 27C., Richmiond, Va. 21-.It1
.Wied~l-%--Your iubscription for any)3'
m2algaz1C 1u1blinAshd. I duplicate any
offer made by any responsible agency
allywhere. Patronize hom1 folks, If
prices are as low. I want your bu1si
ness. D. 11. Norwood, Laurens, S. C.
Wanted-All our mierlchant friendLi
throughout the County to know we
have just received I car of prodiuee
,ond want to figuro with you on your
Christmas frults. .1. S. llennett Son &
1PigeK4' ons-White hom1ing 11igeo!s
m1ated and working pairs, 50c. a pair.
.hite -\frica (Guinlen, $1.00) each. W.
Ray Anderson, Laureis, . C. 21-1
Lanud For Sale-A di1ndy little tract
of 1land lor sale, oie and one-hall
mil1es from outvll conitalining for
ty acre';, goad ivelling of five roms,
good well water, one stable and one
,enant hous. - _ie $1,50. Term .
O' ih. .\ilrs. Elamina lIry'3son, \V. Cal
112ryson, Agt. 20-1 -0
For Sale or* Uent--Finie far 11 inI
b.auren oct1 ountly, bet weenl 200 and :300
acrles; eight room1, t wo story house
and1( outhouses, 1-i ilei of (,lichr anld
good school; 3 mriles of staitis* on C.
& W. C. Rly.; 5 miles from Mouititville
oni S. A. 14. Rly.; 6 milies from City of
141a1rens; well watered; s plend id b~er1
limida Ilasture ; well adaipted to :.rainl,
C2t Io 10 and11 2 ate leraiig. lIet weenl
a2 four and( lve 1h0rse farm) oplen onl 212
12lace. A i11ly to J1. N. Wright, I .au
2r1ns, S. C. 20-'2t
iFor Nalit--A few niic young muiles
fresh from mar1 ket, at realsonable10
price. W. ii. Whartoni, W\aterloo, 8.
14and1 lFor Sale-My home plaice of
1w hund211(1red nacres 11m1proved farming11
land1(, timber)1 and1 paIsture Good well
wvater, 11ice dwu~eIlig, goodl harn and 21
other' i111dinlgs; on ma In Pubi c road(
let wenn TumbIll ing Shoal(1s alld0 Ware
Thoa ls. WIVrite mec at Ware Shoals1 or11
.1. 11. Huallvan, Laur11ens, S. C. Thos10.
J1. P111uIllia. 20-31-pd
F'or Sale-29 I acres of fine farm lalnd
ab~oult five mile1s wvest of Laurens. Will
sell eithecr as a whole or in1 tract~s to
su(1it pur1chasers01. Mrs. Mairthaut C.
Kniight, Laulrenls, S. C. 18-5t-pd
For.- Salde-SeveraI mnulen for sale
cheap). See us at once. Gray and1(
3l*11aazines-W'anted1 your remittance
for the Columbia State. Also your
subscriptions for next year's maga
zinesq. 'American Magazine or Wo
manl's Companion two years for' $2; or
bo0th one year for $2. D. M. Norwood,
Peas Wanted-Would like to buy
100 bushels of cow peas. . W. B3.
Notice Is hereby given thaft tile anf
nual meeting of'-the Boar4 of County
Commissioners for -Laur ns county
will be hold at Laurens eurt Ilouse,
S. C., on Thursday he 6t day of .Jan
nary, A. D. 1916. Mp gsons holding
claIms of any kind a st the county,
not previously filed, wi I file same with
J. D. Mock, Clerk, on or before the
first day of January, 1916, as required
21-4t J. D. MOCK, Clerk.
Are you supplorting any one of the
candidates in the big auto contest? If
you are, now Is the time to make your
aulpport count. The contest ends Mon
day. -Send in your nuhnerintinn toay.
ream of Tartar
LAIND SA 1,E.
-State of SNouth Carolina,
County of .llchland.
..IN CO1T0' OF' COMMON PLEAS...
W. Ilampton Cobb, as Receiver of
Carolina Agency Company, Plaintiff,
lohn '. Calington, uioafendant,
.y 1. virtue of an excuition to ic di
rected In the above stated case, en
itled W. llainIon Cobb as: Recolver of
Carolina Agency Coipl;any, plaintiff,
girtJohn Y'. Garlington, Defend.
.Li w I Will 8i! to tie li ghet bidder,
a. ule . auitionl, for cash, within the
1 ( i r hw'ps of sale, at tli Court I louse
do01 Lauen.; 2ourt 1louse, Lauens,
C., (,. Monday tIhi ;rd day of Jan
n ry 1 , :..lesday in .anuary, 1916,
lo ollw%.in; descibed proper-ly, to
. an taldivided on~ hialf" interest
n al 11a1 1ract o: lani i Liown i ; Ihe
. \3. Youn;; trel, ollaining' five
1,..; r IW h~l .JavhI.; t(V :u ,ill Lajil
aor :i i1d tiy--r-iacre iluoresor
*M iltnt ; in.a k. town'ha ino I alt
in intien n ty, in thte o! Sout
Srei, nlo Ing beid bnt north
'o lnen's; a on the noast bylaof.
-.Jan ion,1 e. Y lnds e a-bh
land;i of. A. 1;hung and on oi the
oIou by Owlnnd poe;
-. Al iid iesd n ea i est
!11 nA l l that tra t . Of land situate,
na:, andli being' in ll c~ Townshlip,
i iavur ens C ounty, in the State of
('n3 olae,- otainig loe ul rdandred
ni- L-1t ni n-latr cemr
res, meIn or less, being bounded as
rollo-ws; onl the north by lands of M1.
.. Garlington, eat by lands of Garl
ington and Young and of Geo. F.
Younig, n lie south by lands formerly
known as Jamies Ray place, Riser
piac aniLd others, and onl tile West by
,hnd: now or formerly of .\lrs. M . Y.
Su. A\]ll that t(rt of land situate In
Lultrens County, lin the State of South
Carolina. lontaining three hundred and
t welve and one-quarter acres, mlore
or. less, being bondII~ed by lands now
or for terly of .l. . Garlington, an
lands llown as the 11ank lands, form
rlty of L. t. W. iser, the mtes and
boundres, lof wih will ore fully
arer 1by refere to a pat made by
I'aI . r(r yseeo) of date f2th
i. Al ;ii uch porti ons of the e uer
it tracts of land s r' e sit l ite In
Laurens Co ilily, fi the tatl of ou11 h1
Car-o11 li, ahertofor Coneyoed to John
lV. Garilingo bye aryi bond eallo
by e dee aing li tidat bhdy of~
ase follows: ele i;I
(a)t i Trat port Ione osad tacses,
(iii ito of01 t oeKye uvy thvn such~ o
shap:,ses metesCO and bounds as wll
morletfu}ly appea by01 hatn date byl
ol(b)ly 10 T ,e 1of fiv.a 112 h n redItt andfly
7thre, 101)re'or190 , kn~lownel as~ nra
('opedr in the 110 ofse threy;o~co
Coti t lof h irt Pean hunrd ~ndc
eghnn acres, more or lessnd( nhv
in by Reh For eekn boundbyasarper
mtreet In thaea Ciy ofh Iatbys sath
Aylot of the an oe aribd propetby
land ofarts Sn NIwrr Younties, ex-n
suchlosng suh rio'ns of said traso
land wor convebe by Johne ainoh
to.t arIgon, lprislor to the 8tdaho
(lyoJnuary 109, the date of theyo
ley fthe warrant of attachmentn
hpeoively, hby deeds asahearf daec-t
cord In the oile of the Clerk ofor
t5. oAle than thc ofsad ontY ain
'ten aid moeorlesy, aboendedcribeth
Stein the prpety oflres sIouthn
atadby m e, Lntonet ad ofs Jan
lands 1909 ands .~ ed. young, xcern
uhosand rteo rn of attach
tals wae onvedyeocd by me rn
nadhday of Januaty, 1909, siofth
lretygfth warrabcnt of attachend
hevredio by ed as tha~prt of e
tor aisf the feofesaid Oeecuton aour
for r LaLurens County, h. C.r
Decembere pr1ty ev1ed uponan