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SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
1. 1L. Gary as Administrator of the
estate of J. Y. Gary, deceased, and
in his own right, Plaintiff,
George M. Gary, 'Nettle Gary, Lena
Gary, Gls Gary, May Gary and
Gary, infant daughter of George NI.
To the defendants above named and
to George M. Gary absent defendant:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in this
action of which a copy is herewith
served upon you, and to serve a copy
of your answer to said complaint on
the subscribers at their offiec at Lau
rens, South Carolina, within twenty
days after the service hereof, exclusive
of the day of such service; and if you
fail to answer the complaint within
the time aforesaid, the Plaintiff hi this
action will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in the complaint. The
complaint in this action was filed in
the oilce of the Probate Judge for lAu
rens County, S. C., on the 25th day of
September, 1917, and i4 now on flic
SINMISON, COOPER & BAIHH.
Dated Sept. 25, 1917. 10-3t-A
lo Repair .Bilks.
Ill ed wi''.b o sa d -
Laurens Hardware Co.
-auren.mHarwar C. n
MRS. EVIE POWEll DEAD.
Passed Away at the Hento of Her Son
in til1s City Saturday Morning. lin
torment. at New Harmony Church.
Mirs. h1vie (Power, familiarly known
as "Aunt Ninlo" Power, widow of the
late Mr. Luke D. Power and mother
of Clerk of Court C. A. Power, iDoputy
Clerk Wi. S. Power and Miss Eulie
Power, of this city, and Mrs, Arch C.
Owings, of Cray Court, died at her
home on 'Irby Avenue in this city
early Saturday morning and was bu
iied at New Harmony Church Sunday
at II o'clock, the funeral services be
ing conducted by 11ev. S. 'H. Temple
iah and the music for the occasio1
being rendered by a choir of good
voices from Laurens and the New -Har.
mony sections. The attendance at th<
funeral, composed of hundreds of peo
ple from several sections of the coun
ty attested to the warm esteem in
which the deceased was .held by many
.Irs. Power had been In a serioul
condition since July of last year whet
she was stricken with paralysis. Sinc(
then she had been an invalid, her con
dition remained practically unchangee
until about the middle of last weel
when her strength began to fall, he
condition gradually becoming weake
until she fell quietly asleep.
'I'lTe deceased was 77 years old an
was the daighter of tile late Probat
Judge W. II. Laigston. Of this famil
she is survived by three sisters an
two iot hers as follows: mrs. Eti i
'unninghiam, irs. .Ino. It. 'inley an
\Ir. T'I. . langston. of aladdent. MIrI
Emm .otes Cun ingtam . of I A"
Bh.and Rte... W. J. I'anlgston, of Co
Nirs. l'ower had many diirahl
I tiiis of charneter, not t' teast <
ilh wiai s Iter sympathi y for the0, poll
a n t dvy to wtomt st oft en rpoIom
ed in sihstantial way. During li
irihood days she Joined tie apti
C'tr'th and for many years was
consistent member at New Hiarmon
where oi last Sunday her body wz
-id to res"t and ier grave coverm.
winh a mouna of ieatif'l Ilower.
1iv last token of respect for a lovi
m'othor, I;ind nelighbor and Christit
County oi'c4rs arrested a total
in thle nieig lhborhood of Cros:' Hill it
h ity neproes for gaiblit wit h11 di
nill Saturiday Iighit. In it
Gr.st haul, palrticipatel in h Oftlec
hooni. Abrams ail Spooni, th1irte
were apprehlended. In thle seccond ha
pair(icipatod in by 01Oceris Koo
.\blratms. Sllooln, Owen:; and lloyd, si
en 'tnoot wle caught. All of thin
were released on bond of $10 em
nlioing for ithle contiy thlie suim of $2
houIII l they not appeari for trial.
WIjth the Ian~d forces
and with the fleet
Wives solace in the
long watch. It fresh
ens and refreshens,
aiiays thirst. helps ap
petlie and digestion.
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* ITEyS FROM ENOIIEE. *
The weather on the l0noree contin- t
uies cool, approach dangerously near I
the frost line, Indeed there are reports
of some frost, but we have seen no
visible results. For the safety of the
late crops we hope there will be a
stay of the deadly effect of frost for t
a while, notwithstanding the Dutch t
plophet's 1prophecies to the contrary.
Miss Boyd and others of t-he school
faculty are arranging for a "Toi I
Thumnb" Wedding at the hall this ev- 1
ening. They promise us an interest
ing entertainment, the proceeds of the
evening will be used to purchase a
sewing machine on which to teach the
lasses the art of sewing, the end of
which is independence.
Mr. W. 'ic. Henderson and family and
Mrs. C. D". 3ourc from Greenwood
motored to 10noree Sunday and spent
the day with relatives at the Metho
dist parsonage. Mr. M. J. Miller, an
operator of Woodruiff also spent the
iday with the visitors.
Misses Agnew, Allen, Patterson and
Boyd, teachers of the 1noree school,
chases in ther
your country a
Thi ee scit y ofl -
Coots bis a[ proe m th x
rorshipped with the congregation at
Irainlotts Sunday afternoon.
The new school building here, being
onstructed by the Enorce Manufac
iring Co., is nearing completion and
i a model of beauty. Tle company
ontem'plates further valuable in
roveimients at an early date.
Mrs. St. Clair tle wife of our os
Celeied townsman, P. W. St. Clair, re
urned a few days ago from a pleasant
isit to homefolks in North Carolina.
The school at Waldrop cross roads,
n which Mrs. Russell -Betsill of Eno
,ce, and Miss -Mary Marshall Whitlock
)f Greenwood will constituto the
Leaching force, will open for woi
text Monday, the 15th.
The Lanford (lehiodist. cluirch
Patterson Chalpel ---will be dedicated
>nt the fouith Sunday, Oct. 28th. Dr.
iohn 0. Wilson, presidelt of Lander
"oilege will preach ithe dedicatory
sermon. Ani istoric sketch will be
fuinishied by irs. W. ). PIattersgoi. A
splenid musical progran is being ar
ranged by Miss Lucile (ox, the efil
ilent principal of tile Ltanford graded
School, inl which the famous <Iuartette
from liramblett will participate. Thle
Wih ever'y force
urging thrift- wha&
to do for yourself?
sighted purchaser i:
for the place where
on every purchase.
you get what credi
tion comes from be
side of making this
line and at the sam
lasting service. W
ont Suits, Drecsses an~d Lon2
tt is har'd to solvye byV the mer.~
resent we are well stockee
7allored Coat Suits
$18.50, $20.00, $22.50, $25,
$32.50, up to $40.00.
(and Wool Dresses
$15.00, $17.50, $20.00, ur
~s and Handkerchiefs
norTs, or iin all silk (Crepe de
uis. We are selling~ at the olid
ndid (inaflity. .. . ......50c to 754
icy Silk 114s 1(.......... $1.25, $1.51
'St thait cani be had, at 25c, 35c 50<
...... .....10c, 15c, 25c, 35c, 50<
loves, ini blaek, white, tan and gra;
public is cordially invited to be 'pres
If our esteemed and eillclent super
visor of public roads of Laurents coun
ty would lend himself to some much
ne(eded improvetments in the roads of
this section of tle County, he Would
thereby contribute largely to the com
fort of passersby. lie can If he will,
and we believe he will.
Later--e "Tom Thuib" wedding
was attended by about four or live
hundred people. 1Fwerythlling passed
off nicely and lovely. The precision
with wihleh everything passed off rC
flected great credit upon those who had
the training of the children. The
large audience was highly entertained
for an ho0ur or more. The receipts of
Ihe evening will aggregate forty or
NOTI('E OF ElETTION.
S1tte of South ('aro1lIna,
('oun1y (Of Lauiren s.
Whereas, petitions signed by a legal
number of t lhe ialified ('letlors an1d
f ree'-hllOdrs residing inl Watl oo
school district No. 5. Lau11,nrens coilly,
Sou ah-'oltna. asking for all e''1otioni
upon011 thet qiuestion of votig an adlli
tional .1 mills 1ax u poll the properly
inl sidl school distriet to be l sed for.
sclool pur11poses. have been filed withIt
Du U 0 ,
Yin th-e country7
are I OU gong
they cav sv
c and 0atisfac
ing on the right
store your beadqua
time save n*ron.y f
e are at your servic'
$20.00, u p
Sweaters for Woi
Women's, $3.50, $4.00, $~
ISilk, $5.00 to $12.50; Wo
2.o' 'eviots. (sinmgham. ;inl 1
dre's-. and( waiistst. at .
21) h-n ug forL!IV mows, (tc., at.
Silks and ?
Silks for xl reeltI and evenl1inlg drI
$:1.00O Milks in Sat in (I'hrmens
laids andi~ Stripes, ait ....
$1 .00 WVool Dr)ess Goods,. for e
piece( dresses, :1(i inch*les w
Fanlcy Plattids and1( StrlipesH for
~ns, S. C.
mema am ma
the county board of education, a n
election is hereby ordered upon sant
qluestion, said election to be held oni
Ohe 25th lday of Oclober, 1917. at Oah
ville .0lool house ini s 5ll aid ditict. I n
der ithe matugemnctit of Ile tiustvecl
of Said School district.
On1y such ele'tors as e*t11r11 ial or
per'sonal Jiroperty for. taxationl a1111
who exhibit their tax ieceipts anad reg
is18 :01.ion cert ifleates ats rcluired in
the geniral election shall be allowed
Those favoring hlie 1 i mill additional
lax shall vote a ballot containling the
word "YES" written or prillted tlee
o0). Those again)st file -1 mlill addition
aIl ta Shall vole a 1)1110 coIItalining
the word "NO" wriiten or piinted
theri on0. Polls shall openi at Ile hour1t'
of 8 o'clock in the forenoon ald shall
rimain epen until the hour of -1 o'lock
in the afIternoon when t hey *ha ill be
closed . and the ballots couited.
The trusloosishall prt the result
o, tie(, electiot) to th eeounir auV ditor.
and couty su perinitildeit of educa
tIl))n withini fetl day tihereafter.
.JA.\llm If. S!'blAVAN,
I 3[y orih-r Couinty hoard.
What is LAX-FOS
LAX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA
A Digestive Liquid Laxative, Cathartic
and Liver Tonic. Contains Cascara Bark,
Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root, Black
Root, May Apple Root, Senna Leaves and
Pepsin. Combines Strength with pala
table aromnatic tasic. Does not gripe. 50c
rters f-r all pur
r yure ff aHind do
30, $12.00, I 7l .00, 2 17.50,U
nen and Children
5.00, $6.50, $7.50, $8.G0,
l, $3.98 to $10.00; Pet ti
God 9 to $5.00I
...) .i... .... .... .......15c
lnais. ati ........ .... ..25c
a) greater vaity. of hmoiilsome)(
'et a. wothI .$1 .75. Itt . . $1.50
1s. dIresses, ete., at .. .. ..$1.00
Daft suits, skirts and one
(de, alt...... .... .... ....75c I
.goats or ftkirt.s; fromn $1.25
...... .... ...........$2.00