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On Monday at eleven A. M., Decom
her 3rd, 1917, at- the Laurons Oourt
House we will sell at public outcry
to the highest biddera for cash the
following described property:
Seventy-three (73) acres of land,
more or less, known as the S. F. Bo
land place, bounded by lands of Ow
ings and Owings, J. Ii. Jones, L. S.
Boland and Zella J. *lBoland. Said
lands are located in Waterloo town
ship live miles from Ware Shoals,
three miles from Poplar Springs.
church, and one-half mile from the
The land is in a high state of cul
tivation, and has on it a good dwelling
house, tenant houses and other 1in
provetents. This is a fine opportun
ity to purchase a desirable home at a
Z. J. Boland,
L. H. Boland,
L. S. Boland,
'Ileirs at law of S. F. Boland, deceased.
18-2t-A & H
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens,
In Court of Common Pleas.
Mrs. Pearl G. Johnson, et al, plaintiff
S. 11. Johnson ct at, dlefetnlant.
Pursuant to a deerce of the Court
In the above stated case, I will sell at
public outcry to the highest. bidder, at
Laurens, C. .11., S. C., on Salesday in
December next, being Monday the 3rd
(lay of the month, during the legal
hours for such sales, the following de
scribed property, to wit:
All that tract, or parcel of land, ly
ing and being in Lauriens county, State
of South Carolina, containing three
hundred and fivd6 (i05) acres more or
less, bounded onil north by land(1 of
Mrs. 1Ella Simpson and W. A. Nichols,
on the west by .lands of Mrs. Wasson,
deceased, W. A. Nickols and Samuel
Austin, on the south by the Austin
lands and on the .cast by lands owned
by J. V. and W. P. Johnson, being a
part of the tract belonging to the es
tate of John Garlington, deceased,
known as the Garlington mill place.
Also all that certain lot or parcel
of land situate in the county of Lau
rens, State of South Carolina contain
ing seven and five eights (7 5-8) acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of S.
11. and -M. 1. Johnson, i - R. and .J. L.
Chapman, public roa and others
which will more fully appear by ref
erence to a plat of same made by John
M. Iudgens, Sept. 8th, 1906.
Also all that certain I racl, piece or
parcel of land situate, lying and being
in Iaurens county, State of South Car
olinn, containing .onle n11111red and
eight (108) acres, more or less, bound
ed by lands of W. P. Johnson and the
punblic road on the north-east, by lands
of .1. II. Snllvnet and the Teague place
on the west and by lands of .1. N. I10
ledge and others.
Terms of Sale: cash. I'iirchaer to
pay for papers and stamp:s. If the
- terms of sale are not onmplied with,
the land to be re-sold on samte or some
subse(tent Salesday on samve terms,
at risk of former purchaser.
C. A. POVER,
C. ('. C. P. and C. S., luaurens, S. (,
Dated this Nov. 12, 1917. 17-3t-A
CH lit ion for Letters of .\dm inistratIon.
State of Sotth Carolina,
County of Taurens.
lay U. (G, Thonpson, irohate .ludge:
Whereas Margaret. I)Pree made
snit to m1e, to grant her Letters of Ad
ministration of the estate and effects
of R. 13. DuPree.
'These are thterefore to cite andI ad
mtonilsh all and sinlgular' the kindred
and creditors of the saidl R. 1B. DuPree
deceased, that1 they lbe and appear be
for'e me, In thte Cout of P'obate, to
be held at Liaurtens Court'HI ouse Laiu
rents, S. C., on the 'ith (lay of Decem
ber', 1917 next, after publ~lit,onl her1e
of, at II o'clock in the forenoon, to
shtow cause, if any thtey have, why the
said Administ rat Ion 51houl d not 1)0
(lven under01 mty hand t his lI ithI day
of Novemuber Anno D~ominl 1917.
0. G. THIOMPSON,
Citation for lette'rs of AdmInIstratIon.
.St-ate of Southt Carolina,
Countty of Laurens.
lWhoeas W. W. Iartl ington made
suit to me1, to gr'anithim Letter's of Ad
mIliistration with willl annexed, of thte
estate and effectst of WilllIam ,Car'ling
TheslOe ar'e therefore, to cIte and ad
mionlish all and~ Mngular the kIndred
and creditors of the said W~Illiam
G'arlington deceased, that thtey bet and
appear' before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be heldl at Laurensl Court
Hlouse, Laiu-rens, S. C., on the 3rd' (lay
of December, :91l7 neCxt, after pl~ica
tion her'eof, at I I o'clock Int theo fore
noon, to show causte, if any they' have,
why the saidl Administration should
noat bie granted.
Given under' my hand th11s 17th (lay
of November Ann~o D)omlini 1917.
By 0. (1. Thompson, Probate JTudge:
18-2t-A J .P. L. C.
SALE OF REAL ESTIATE.
State of South ('arolina,
Counity of Laurents.
Pursuant to the terms of thte Last
WVill andI. Testamtent oif 'Thos. II. Craig.
the undersigned wvill expose to putbie
otcry, to tile highest bidder, for casht,
the followving dlescr'ibedl real estate:
All that tract of'land, in the county
and~ State aioresaid, conltaining 100
.aecres, anld boundted by the landslt of the
R1ev. 5. C. Ilyrd, J. S. Craig, Niles A.
Craig and possibly other's.
Theli proe(rty is to be sold before the
Coutrt IHouse on ite 3rd day of Decem
ber, 1917, bietween the usual hoturs of
MWARGAR-10T A. oYhXTq
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
Taeke 3r ATIVJR BROMO Quinine. It stops the
cuhoud4 Headach e and works 0ff the Cold.
serefund snoney if it falls to cure,
oaovwa signature 0n ach ta,. .l0s.
* , WATTS MILL NEWS. *
S** * " " " " w " e"
'Watts 'Mills, 1Nov. 20.---On Sunday
afternoon about 3 o'clock Mr. H. B.
Brown aged about 76 years, (lied at his
home 'here on Lucas Avenue. He was
sick only a few hours, death 'being due
to heart failure. Mr. Brown was a
well known and highly respected
Christian gentleman, a faithful mem
ber of the Presbyterian church, and
was also a veteran of the civil war.
Ite was formerly of .Darlington coun
ty but a resident of this place for a
number of years.
The funeral services will be con
ducted here on Tuesday at 10 o'cloctk
Arrangements are now being made
for the purpose of having t.wo enter
tainmen ts here on Christmas eve night,
one for the Baptists, the other for the
Methodist Sunday school. The public
is cordially invited to attend these ex
Outr Sunday schools are moving
along nicely here.
The public is also cordlially invited
to attend the entertainment which will
be given by the (. A. in tle auditorium
here on Saturday evening. 1)ee. 1st.
about seven o'clock.
The Men's )lission Band will meet
herce on Wednesday at 7:30 o'clock.
Rev. Air. Williams of Laurens has
been invited to deliver a, message on
missions at that time. Everybody is
invited to attend.
On Sunday evening, Dec. 2, promptly
at 7 o'clock, Rev. J. A. Brock will ill
Iis appointf ment here in the church
and will use for his subiject the Evil of
I)aneing. The public is also invited
to attend these services.
* Piekens Sentinel Paragrais. *
* By Gary liott. *
* . * .* . . e . . e..
'It's Sitnday every day in Atlanta
Atlantans who used to hit old booze
are now hitting the trail.
Ve understand that. over in (Gaffney
they still call pit g tobacco "\lanafac".
Sen-Sen long ago lost its place in
the practice of the art of canottiage
in this section.
-- o(-- --
We've (luit studying politicaul econ
omlv as studying personal economy
takes 1i(1 so much of our iine now.
-- o --
W1e should txped0c some kicking in
the arm11ly when we remleiler liletre aro
lots of Kentuck y mules there.
'Th'ie go"d r'oa(s miovemenl('lit has sure
hit. I'iek ens (otity. If we ever had
anty good (les they've been movel.
Well-k nown ist'"
if old1 .\other Goose Is still living,
whetnever she goes to the meat marziket
it must reiInd her of thle timue thle cow
jiumiped Over thle moon.
D~on't forget ti stand~ and take off
youir hat w~hen anyi bandi Plays thue $tar'
Spanogled Manner, Ithus showing your
respect for thle National Ant hem.
Thlere arme all kinds of 'iedle ini the
wVorld(, Including the 'fellowv whlo thinks
it is an neompl ishmtil~ to hiit aL teni
cent plcec ten feet away with a stream
of tobacco juice.
The leader- of the latest Russian
revolution seems to be all Linene and
half a yard wide.
*The latest one up to the time we g<
Our Weekly iddle.-On what toe
does a corn never grow?
The wvorst of wvhisky willl worst you
Said Abisofomn Solomon True,
And if you fool wIth It, the best.
WVhisky will get the best of you.
Al Ifjersons hiaing el ine ''g'ai
thle estat1e of P. Hi. Anider:'on are re
(IuecstedI to piresenit t hemt (duly proven
wIthIn 30) days. l. Anyone fndebted to
the said estalie 1s reqluested to settle
or arr-anige, same at (tnce.
'II. A\. andW iitf.I. And (er-Son, Agt s.
That Lingering Cold
is a steady drain on your
physical stamina. It im
poverishes the blood,
distresses the digestion,
and exhausts your vigor.
It affords a fertile field
for serious infection and is
likely to become chronic.
You Needn't Suffer
from it if you will take Peruna
and use prudence i:l avoiding
exposure. Peruna clears up
catarrhal conditions., Thous
ands have proved thi's to any
fair person. Got a box of the
tablets today--prove it your
; liquid form.
At your drug..
LAST FOUR WEEKS
Ketrenskyv's Seery Does Not Think
Lenine Can inntain Power Lonr.
"Stockholm, Nov. 22.--"Tho' Russia
is dlark-anid it is (ark, Indeed, it must
not lhe forgot ten Ihat Itussia is a conn.
try of unlilite(d possibilities," said Dr.
I)avidl Sosklce, confidential secretary
to A. F1. Kerensky, the deposed Rus
slan premier, and his right-hand man
"The I3olshevicki werg in control of
Petrograd, and many other places
when I left the capital Friday,' con
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tinited Dr. Sosk'ice, "but 'they cannot
maintain power. I consider four
weeks the utmost length of time they
can last. They have no support ex
cept that which 'they have on false
promises.. They are today saying to
their adherents, "We have given you
peace and lan(. ''he ldecree issued
F'riday declared all the factories and
workshops now aro the property of
The future government, Dr. Sos
kie believes will be a homogenous,
all-socialist government. In regard
to whether the future government in
Russia would be forced to conclude
peace, Dr. Soskice expressed the opin
ion that this would not he the case.
flut, he contiinued, the fitture gov
ernment will have as one of the planks
of its pilat form a demand that the al
lies again state their war aims and
thius cut the ground front under Om 1
feet or the German militarists. 1Ue
for.' I the present I rouble began I Ile
governmenIt had worked out ia scheme
for forminlg a volunteer army. The
next governentt will carry out this
Plant and will have Ile cordial help, of
Great IilIlain and America. 'This ar
my will probably not. he capable of
great offensive action, but it will
Suflice for defensive PIt rposes."
)r. Soskice atlriluted the finnI
downfall of Kerensky to what he al
luded to as the misdirected hlumani
tarianism of the railway employe,.
Kerensky, he said, was advateing
from Ga lchina with loyal t pi adl
lightIng had already begun whent the
all-Russian uion- of railway serl
antIs issued anl orde' to maint ail
strict netralily by refusing to move
trains carrying soldiers or munitions
for either side. The result. of this
was disastrous to the Kerensky forces
all of whose supplies cant from the
front, hundreds of miles away where
as the Bolsheviki had enormous stock
in Petrograd only a few miles in their
rear. Their troops covered the dis
tance on foot and their hmunitions
This week we
Dresses, special a
for $15, 16.50 ar
gundy; best mat
and real values,
Crepe de Chine; w
Flesh; beautiful styles,
D, $5.00 and $5.95
Silk Crepe, Cotton (
tterns in all colors. I
ies Bath Robes $5.04
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could be transported by wagons.
Dr. Soskico said there were rumors
that German ofilcers were on the
1olshevilki staff. He instanced as
evidence of Glermain activities the dis
covery in theI possession of one sallgr
in iielsingfors of 3,000,000 . Finnish
marks and of 10,000,000 marks in the
'possession of another.
Dr. Soskiee dec'lined to say where
Kerenisky is at plreseiit.
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~s New Coats
Green, and Bur
erials, new styles
$15, $18.50 and
hite, black, navy,
irepe and heavy Kin
~rice $1.50,. $2.50, t
is, S. C. [ENEI
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Laurens Among the Leaders.
According to a tablo printed lin the
last Iasue of the Winthrop Weekly
News, putblished at the college by the
students, Laurens stood among tho
first of the couities in the state in the
nutber of students enrolled. Her en
rollinent. -1, was only exceeding by
York county, in which the college is
located. a:nd Cheister county, which Is
an adjoining county. York had 1-10 en.
rolled, Chester 17, just one more than
Laurens, Anderson 1 and Greenville
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ir nose; the taste will tickle
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ir purse; and all will live hap
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any other coffee at the price,
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et a can of Luzianne and
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