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EC'lFE)IA REMEDY u
State of South Carolina, S
County of Laurens,
City of Laurens.
By virtue of tax executions directed U
to me by J. C. Owings, Mayor, I will I
sell at public outcry to the highest bid
der at.Laurens C. I-I., S. C., on Sales- I
day in Semptember, being the 4th day
of the month, the following property g
Against Harriett Gary: One house
and lot bounded on the north by John
W. Fuller, east by Jersey street, south
by Joe Hunter and Lewis Thompson
aid west by Dr. Maxwell.
Against Frances Woody: One house
and lot on Sullivan street, bounded by
C. & W, C. R. R. Co.. Jno. D. Boyd and
others. Also three beds, one bureau
and wash stand, seven quilts, cooking
stove and sewing machine.
Against Drayte Shell: One house and 1
lot, bounded on all sides by property
of Mrs. Rosa I. Caine.
Terms of sale, cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers and stamps. If terms
are not complied with, property to be
resold at risk of defaulting purchaser.
JAS. T. Crews,
Chief of Police,
City of Laurens, S. C.
August 8 1916. 3-3t
N. B. DIAL A. C. TODD
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
Enterprise Bank Buildings,
Laurens, S. C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Money to Loan on Real Estate-Lon'
C, v. Featherstone W. B. Knight
FEATl EIISTONE & KNIGIIT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens. S. C.
All ainsia sa lutrusted to Our Can
Will Hiame' Prompt and Careful Atten.
Ofite' over P'almetto Bank
(Mr. Fe urstone will spend Wednes
day of "ich week in laurens.)
Simpson, Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
W I 1rtcUe In all State Courts
ProPt f1utention Given All Business
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
OfBce in Peoples Bank Building.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
T38 DIAMioND OnAND.
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J. TROY CsohRAWFl yoRD
LUES U TOR E
Plats, Traclings, Ildue Prints, Etc.
Phone 2601 Clinton. S. C.
A. 0. HART
Roomas 205-207 Masonic Temple
Postofilco Box 685
Greenvlle, S. C.
Prompt attention given all business
Practice in all COURTS.
Whenever You Need a Gleneral Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteles:
chili Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains thea
wellknown tonic properties of Q UININI
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drive.
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood atu
lluilds up the Whole System. 50 cents
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ELLS GIRLS TO PROPOSE.
oung Woman Who is Studying Blaok
smithing Gives Her Reasons.
Ames, la.--Miss Turn A. Iawk. Iowa p
tote college's 'only girl student of
lacksmithing, has further dgmonstrat
I her versatilliy by winning the fac.
ity cup for the best extemporaneous
tidress, and she did It with the sub
bct, "Why Vomuen ShlouklJ'tPropose." tl
"'There are three reasonstvhy women ai
liould propose-physleal. spiritual and e
Loral," said Miss Hawk.
"I ask you, Is there any reason why
strong, able bodied woman should a
ot support a husband if she chooses? O
To; only a time worn p'ejullce rears I
tself against such a pri edtre, s
"For the spiritual reasonr. there is the t
reat saying, 'Whatever ye would that d
non should do unto you. do ye even so
o them.' As women should rightfully d
to the manager of the oldest of all In- t
titutions, the home. Is it any more
ban fair that she should be permitted
o ask the mai of her Ideals to help
ter found and operate that home? Must
voman, because years of common prac
ice have established a custom. wait
hen she is ready to begin her life
vork because only the men who are
lot her ideal will propose?"
BIG CATCH OF SHARKS.
Apollo's Crow Hooks and Kills Nine
toen-Captain Gets Turtle.
Baltimore. - Catching sharks and
shooting immense sea turtles was the j
pastime enjoyed by Captain Thomas
rhomassen and his crew during the
voyage of the Norwegian bark Apollo.
now in port with manganese ore from
1io Janeiro. Nineteen sharks, the
largest eleven feet long, were captured
and dispatched by the ship's crew.
"It was on Juno 4," @aid Captain
Thomassen, "that nur t us sharks
hovered about the vessel, lighting each
other for the refuse from the ship's
galley. I made a hook about twelve
iches long on a two inch line, balted
it with pork and fastened it to a two
inch rope. The bait hardly reached the
water when a shark swallowed it, and
the tussle began. That day we caught
seven of the' monsters.
"It took five men to hoist a shark to
the ship's deck. After killing the shark
with an ax its fins were removed and
the carcass thrown overboard.
"A large sea turtle was sighted about
200 yards front the vessel on June 10.
I took a shot with a rifle and struck a
KISSING NEGRESS COST $3.50.
Young Man Who Saluted Her Was
Put Under Arrest.
Pittsburgh.-Raymond Watkins, twen
ty years old, of Ilomeville and his com
panions were standing on a street cor
ner in Munhall terrace recently chat
ting and joking when one or Watkins'
friends bet him $1 he did not dare to
kiss the first girl that came along.
Watkins put tip the money and soon
got his chance to win a dollar.
Estelle Stanton, a negress, eighteen
years old, living in Munhall terrace,
walked along an instant later, and Wat
kins seized his opportunity, accosted
the young woman and kissed her on
the cheek. Watkins then turned to his
companions and collected the dollar.
A few hours later he was taken into
custody on a charge of disorderly con
duct preferred by the girl. Watkins
paid the costs. $4.50, and was freed.
Thus lie lost $3.50.
TO FIDDLE FOR VOTES.
Missouri Girl Will Help Her Father's
St. Louis.-When Williamn C. Askin,
a banker of Salem. Mlo., anlnouniced his
candidacy for thle liepublican nomnla
tlon foir secretary of state his daughl
ter, Miss IBernice Woleott Askin, was
inl New Yoirk. rThe newvs of her fa
thler's canldldacy, however, brought her
back to Miissonlri withl the announlce
ment that she will accompany himn on
his campaign Withl her violini.
"F~athler has5 done munch to aid me in
Iny musical edlucation," said Miss Ask
In at tile homle of a friend in St. Louis,
"and now thlat he wvants to be secre
tary of state I am going to do all I
can for ima. I tuay accompan~y him
over the state duriing his entire eamn
paigml If I do I shall take my violin
along anid enter'tain the voter-s."
READ BY VOLCANIC LIGHT.
Could See New,spaper Print In Glow of
Lava From Maunaloa.
Il[onolulu.- Maunlalon, whlech was in
eruptionl In Mlay, irecently broke 0out
againl. A flood of l-lvaiwichI burst
forth at ani elevation of' '7,000 feel
flowed downa thei mlounltaln side. tray
cling solItwest alt the rate of mihout ai
amile an1 hour'.
rTe floodl or lav 'a divledlal fol lowvinga
two chmannaels. 'Te glow liltnlntated
thle ethlea liica pe-l alt uni-tht.
Newspai'pterti 4-ouhl bie remd 1by its lih
Theli course tae.n by411a te lava was i
that~ naen byl.aaa thlast- Ireittus Pr'p
tn Ibu 'n CCro eats no- Te sea Cis
aboul (i2t mi le r Ip toe n I t.i h
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Irt y ofl vlue~i het~1 wee. 1 at;.Iv
M114- Wer22 uar?;:ro( alco enI~u Glorim
1 and2 Then\4l 11 tot Up'to We'ek.'le
2411 1122 | v ('-) (' oaslti filli aV l( ((illh
flt 'd a nllItal|-ar '.rt ls(sI let L -ltes.M
0,000 BEES LOOSE IN
plarist Turns Out Swarm Before Club
Members, but No Stings
Cleveland, O.-In the nursery story
to queen twat i the parlor eating bread
nd holey, but even Mother Goose ner
r saw 10.000 btees 101se in it billroom.
But the litter sight was seen recently
rhen Ernest It. Hoot ot' Medina, hee
1ld ioniey expert, shook out. a swarm
f bees into the white and gold ball
00111 of the Wouau's club, this city, to
how members of the club how enslly
he little honey makers may be han
led if one knows how.
There were swift glances toward the
loor when Nit. Hoot proposed to open
he little case that held the bees. "Don't
ie in the least afraid. They will not
ting you even if they should happen to
ight on you," promised Mr. 10oot.
Ile scooped up it handful of the bees
>ut of the thick, moving brown imass,
tut them i his lint, clapped his hat on
its head and went oil with his talk.
IWO BEDS REQUIRED
FOR A GIANT BOY OF 151
Prisoner Measuring Six Feet Four
Was Cause-of Worry to New
York Children's Society.
New York. - Children's society oil
cials had all kinds of trouble with
fifteen-year-old Theoxlore Olsen, who
stands six feet four inches in1 his socks.
This young giant had not been able to
find a bed iii the place that would lit
him. Ile had been sleeping in two
beds placed together, with the cover
pieces out. Subterfuge had been dis
covered to nike Theodore lit one of
the children's bathtubs or to lind one
to fit hin.
Olsen was arrested after he had cnll
ed the janitor of an apartment house
here to help 1hun extinguish a blaze
that lie admits he started in the dumb
waiter shaft. lie says he had started
flive similar fires in the upper west
side, but had always extinguished
them himself, because his desire was
not to see the engines dash by. but
just to see the blaze.
Theodore left school because of the
embarrassment caused by his abnor
mlal size. Ile became a delivery boy
for a grocer, aid he says that after
delivering an order on the dumbwaiter
he would start a blaze at the bottom
of the shaft among the old papers and
other waste that lie frequently found
there. Theodore lives with his imr
ents in this city.
MAY BOYCOTT A DEADBEAT.I..
Merchants of Topeka, Kan., Plan to
Organize For That Purpose.
Topeka, Kan.-Attorney General S.
M. Brewster has announced a ruling
that the merchants of a city or the
state could form a trust or order a boy.
cott against the deadbeat. The Topeka
merchants have worked out a scheme
whereby each mierchaunt is to make a |
report monthly of his customers who
do not pay regularly or have not satis
factorily adjusted their accounts.
These repotts are Ithen to be forward
ed to every other mer-chant in thie local
aussociatioii, aiid they are to r'efuse
credit to any3 or those 011 the liac'klist.
Thieire 1are some1 lawvyers whlo have
held that tile mnerchiaints could not formi
ani aissocitiont to boycott the deaidbeat
wvithout vIolating the anti-trutst lawts.
Th'ie p~ln of tihe Topekai orgaiizaltiotn
was suibmiitted to thie aittorniey genierail,
and lie hias advised the mlerchanits that
such an organlizaitioni would be legal.
CATTLE FEAR DOG.
Herd Ran Over a Horse and Buggy In
Arliington, Ky. - E. WV. Benson of
Bardwell had a novel expmerienice the!
other day. While drtivinig alonig the
road out of Barlow, Mlr. leiisoni saw a
herd of yearlings ahead or him turn
into a lane. lin a few seconds lie also
noticed a dog snieauking in the direction
of the cattle.
The dog miade a dive fotr the herd,
and tiiey made a r'uni foir the road, ar
rvig there just as %i t. henson drove
up, and the caittie ran over thie horse
and buggy, knlockedl, the horse down
andit cint near tiur1 mning thle buggyovr
In t heir mad1( hashte to get aiway fromn
the dog one or thle calves fell, going
unerth uigfey. 1i. ltinsonl say
Itils is (t-he it.l tim~e lie waIs ever run
overt by ai lhrd ofIci Intte.
HER BARE L.EGS SHOCKED.
L4~ace'kingless Woman Almost Caused
Riot lii Cinciinnati.
Cilnini;:- (I. -The 1ey(s of down.u
soI iketsl il the s. :. :1 i14blv dies ewi
l'll'4 hilA' 3 o841114' . o i or
Rait Cz'arie Awa:y C ..
hid1 hI'Y .-,s teil ii sch1 a ' '!
ra t'- a , i t h : i u . T
\Vhat will you
a talking machine
duction or Edison's new
COME TO US
examples of Edison's New
Music's Re-Creation in a
The N E W
of the Metropolitan, has a voice
of bass quality, yet running very
high into the baritone almost
to the tenor register. He. is o
of the many great artists who
have d e mo nst r a ted by actual
comparison that Edison's Re
Creation of an artist's work can
not be distinguished from the
Hear Edison's Re-Creation
of Middleton's wonderful voice,
then hear Middleton at the Me
tropolitan, or when the great
bass is on concert tour.
Somethiu New Ev
1S*SoS*1 This is an age of many New Remedies foram'
PrOU~TU the falt of thousanda of aufferers f'
5LOOD ties, remains ylth the old re
repuN. wa woe by
is retained by
The vegetable purity and supe.
woho ave take in recegied Iy d a nd
recommended by them to all an bf a fro b nlood dia
see are om o th bodal wo, nenemies-but will azel
give way to the Influence of S. S. S.
Cat the Genuine S. S. S. at Your Drugglat.
Ship your wheat to us. In exc
will ship you thirty-six pounds of
fourteen pounds of brgnd per sim
of clean dry wheat. Must conta
onions nor smut. You p y freighi
we pay freight to you. l aia ' s r
Spartanburg, - - -
Dixie Boy plow p its at 85c p
Say how many yo wanlt.
We also mnake1 th wiygs (2 size
Ot'der la\y Fromv
G' EEWOO .RON
and mechanical repro
r invention and actual
A7 NT A
.fart. 1 es, LNew ra1r
new and wonderful art
_________ SUMMONS FORl RELIEF.
Stale of South Carolina,
D County of Laurenas.
COURT OF COMMON PLU AS
ititude of ills. Butl aint
om blood impuri- laint
liable S. S. S. Its lames Peterson and Stead Peterson
merit an d and the heirs at la and devisees
the same contin
e-vice to humanity. Stead Peterson, names and rest
d (euces unknown, Defendants.
o0 To the D~efendan~ts James Peterson,
4 '~~ Steadi letersoni atil the Heirs at law
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and poundsirs at w fnddeise
fno wid oSutea Pesn,* name. an rs-t
ttousand (itead~lf Petrs o admiheration.
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thesfie of the erk o te or ad
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you aswer. toi th i d c omplain1(1 t on e
th:. Isusc ibt h is ol(ceut hoLaen,
Sout Carol in a w ithi tweny df as
o~h da of suc cer ice; i a d i o
actin wil ap ly t th e u t iOfo i.
relif deande iv th claint.11wh
Stae f Sut CarolinaC'
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