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State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
COURT OF COMON PLEAS.
1-Tome llullding & Loan Assoclation
Plaintiff, against P. 11. 'Romans, e
Pursuant to a decree of the Cour
in the above stated case, I will sell a
public outery to the highest bidder, a
Laurens C. IT., S. C., on Salcsday l
.1une next, being 11onday the 2nd da
of the month, during the legal hour
for such sales, the following describe<
properliy, to wit:
All that lot of land, situate, lyini
and being in ile City of Laurens, Coun
1y of Laurens. and Slate of Souti
Carolina, containing one-fourth (1-4
of an acre, more or less, being know
its Lot. No. 1f on the survey of land
of N. 11. Dial, made by 11. T1. I timbert
surveyor, In 1907, and being the sam
property conveyed to P. It. Ilomtians b,
,,aid N. 11. )ial by (eed recorded In th
oflice of the 'Clerk of Court for sal'
Colunty and Stat in Book -, page --
and ldated --- (lay of ---, 1910.
Terms of Sale: cash. Purchaser f<
lay for papers and stamps. If th1
terms of sale are not complied witi
thp land to be re-sold on same or somi
subseluent Salesday on same terms, a
risk of formner purchaser.
S1. C. RET ).
Dated, this M'ay 13, 1919. 43-3
NOTIC'E OF ELECTION.
State of So1uth C141trolina1,
County (of Laurens.
Whereas, petitions signed by a lega
numbmnher of the qualified electors an<
frce-holders residing in Lanford schoo
district No. 10, liurens County, Soutli
Carolina, asking for an election upoi
the (quest Ion of voting an additional -
mills tax upon the property in salt
school district 'to be used for schoo
purposes, have been flied with th<
county hoard of education, an electioi
is hereby ordered upon said question
saidI election to be held on the 31s
(lay of May, 1919, at Lanford Schoo
House in said district, under the man
agement of the trustees of said schoo
Only such electors as return rea
or1 Personal property for taxation anl
who exhibit their. tax receipts and reg
istration certiticates as reiuired in th<
general election siall be allowed t4
Those favoring the 4 mills additiona
tax shall vote a ballot containing tIl
Word "YS" writtell or printed there
on. Those against the 4 mills addi
tional tax shall vote a ballot contain
in,,, tlie %word "NO" written or printe
lteron. Polls siall open 11 at the hoi
of 8 o'clock in lite forenoon and sial
1emaitn open'1l until the hour of 4 o'cloel
in el afterroon whenMil thiey shiall b,
closld and the balloIs contied.
ACHES AND PAINS
You'll find Sloan's Liniment
oof tens the severo
Put it on freely. Don't rub It in.
Just let it faentclral natutrally. WVhat a
sense of soothing relief sooni follows!
External achles, stiffness, soreness,
cramped mluscles9, strained sinews,
b~ack "cricks"--those ailments can't
fight off thle relieving qualitics of
Sloan's Liniment. 'Clean,' coLvnient,
econotical. Ask any druggist for it.
30c, Q0o and $1.20.
"The Modern Method
of Decorating Walls"
Tils lllustratedl book, gives full
Information and practical sui',
gestions of the latest and best
ida nthe decoration of in
terior walls and ceilings. It
shows a number of rooms in~
colors designed by leading art
ists, giving det specifications
for obtaining harmonious
color effects with
"The Moderp, Durable SanS.
tary F1at Oil FInish.'
Ask forre book or. write for It to
For Sale by
LAIJIIENS HIAILDWAltE CE).
anra- S. C.
t'otton Growers 1Iedge Themselves
Not. to Sell to Iiis Until Treaty
Is Signed. leport of Redilctioni of
t Cotton Acreage.
New Orleans, 01ay 16.-Sonthern
coittoni growers in lerence here
late today went on record as being
4 for "America first" against any see
tional claims, when th(y declared it
would be better to "sacrifice every
bale of cotton rather than to sell
1one pound to Germany beforo the
peace treaty is signed."
The action was Iin opposition to a
resolit ion askilg export re itrictiols
3 for cotton he remove(I which was
tabled amid cheers of the delegates.
\ sib-eominittee will be designat
ed '0 perfect organ'izat ton of the
$10i,00i,00 cotton export tlinticilg
corporation. Selection of a city for
the headi(luart-ers of tile new concern
also will be lh CideI upon by the sub
.1. S. Wainimaker, of South Caro
lina. was cho;'vn president of tile
Inewly formed American Cotton As
sociation, at a convention of the
Pointing out the South nlleV(r' again
mwill raise as large a cotton verop as in
I tihe past hecautie ef what were Iermn
ed "suiccessful efforts towards anli acre
age reduction" tile crop report coi
mittee of the newly formed American
I Cotton Association, Ilade public its
finding at a meeting today of mem
The follvwing table of reduction
percentages by States is containei In
t the report:
State Acreage Pr
North Carolina......1,287,000 20.1
u Soth Carolina . .. ..2,213,0 26.1
Georgia ..4.. .... 18,40 20.
Florida.126,000 2 4.5
Louisiana ...... 1.19,257 23.1
Texas ..... .9,528,000 20.
- Tennessee.7-!t,220 . ..0
Missouri .. ....C.. .6,25 37.5
Oklahoma ...... .370, 0 26.0
Alabaa .,I ilel'as ) 2,77-1,100 15.0
...1 .21i;,197 I 3.
Totl 27,1,*2,!1!,7; 20.2 . totl av0.
a , v).
* l~n. J \laha .ia' a,537,600 i20.0
_ Oii' atvl iiir i' im~E a ne
(it' :1 jcl ('llt.
(COIN 1)'I'i 4) N 4F" . .7 0 8 N
Grianidi I l if 40 41.1 .e li1s A1,25 p7t
16-m llfl ll A kint . .iil~ 1.35,2 0 0.
i Ar izon Sent... iee ..rried 0 21.t
V11111.i1i11 is Miill..
.. Tot ia l , .N.. . .-.. 10.i11 7s of the.
( i'a l I Lodgv of OddI le l v ill an -
Totial 'ol 7,ul102.1 7 il 0.2( (tly otl aver
neota .\0111bama 's alrene i an12
asdinet. ilioi~g tat therdatseil r
u ellen' e c et.r fJIe e a iatht
ClOlur iroN 0a lil'l ntob f1.
OThO3 de'a i-: iVi:STIei I- 111D
010Gr i aain s t of lie rel li os .\diopti
.a iOn.0' Wan ('etnce arred t~l
- ''l nita''S,'la .ll.-.\ esleers oflthy
reaitlil 12thle goe Od t ellwsigan
nui'all'n 1'ntio hereitoday adopted a~ll
riln na onnected an'i invest ate
lof ta oi metal sttsa of T. 1'. mauehn
thnderw' dand sentleneifor Orimili as-l
Fowf ti e intuln Greenvoille itin of91,
andii Oetiinn thato thai dat ton
teci'el heas1 exuetd ragte andamliinaion
ould felover hogn nt be alloed
tof thslei'i i delogtes(r pesn, ontlie
wast prpseIyto l leasee.il P''5i T I he
t he ittlneyove thncaterepcul
etiso th~iled tovato toig~i isveigat
wotlarer notiesidet or wh e e not..1
I".l.sp'i ffoy thernanebo ma eut
ofi the rasen intaald conitione of T
proer subn.i' , t a t e see. th Nat lie
mandaty Cof th court gis~el p1 in.oef
The Odd1 Felows erlr ilhn thati2 tear
rie ws ic onIle uraeran an 1infam-b
i'usn edwny, a shaoulld ot by ailglwd
toilpassiongrunoie Cpe oh
grand~ sretarp of the Ov no andliie l
i i rolimed tiht Vauh Iis fcttin
125 bnsheafnity. d 27bshlso
i.otarl's Aftrenvile gandbilltha;
Ill P. alf iff eyci, $5rangebura, teurty
Genilte treasurro.m the Neahr.
Th. total (isl co'snludng fis 111 years
amouented wt a2,handsomTe otain- u
UNION OF CHUit('JES
Opposition to Wipinig Out of Denon.
ittioaill Lines VoiCeet iat C(jionven
Atlanta, Ga., Mlay 16 .0-1Oposit iOn to
any form of cliirchi nititoni or the
Wiping otit of detlominational lines
'Was voicedl at today's session of the
Southern Baptist colivention in con
nection witIi an add.ess b y r. J.
Campbell White, of New Yor'k city,
one of lie active PrOibotC ,f the
1lany S1lieni ap, I Iist - a I rea ly
have expressed oppositlio to union
withl' any other organization, among
-thernl being? the, Rev. !)r. J1. 1.. (;aml
brell, of Iort Worth, preside'it of the
Convention, who inadle clear his opin
ion in no 1tn1c..rtain keriis during hris
No forinial n,!ion was tjak<eI ly .Ie
cnvent iotn as a Whole, bt "'ws in
(Ieat ed that a (ontilnit tee wolld pro
selt reconlunne 'l ations ot) the sir!dvc'
before tile close of thI. ccnvention.
While Dr. Wnii dtclah'10:1 for the
iovetlent any idea of or'5anic cltrtei
union and insisted that only coopera
tion between the (enominations was
alined at, delegates expressed te he
lef that no support of the movement
should be given by Southern Ha 'tists
until definite rest rict ions had been
forinulated to Prevent any drift to
-ward destruction of denominational
The Southern Baptist convention in
1920 will meet inl Washington, 1). C.,
if the report of the committee on time
and place is adopted. This Committee
headed by Dr. .John F. Purser of At
lanta, today ianimously decided in
favor of the national capital and it is
considered the action of tle commit
tee is tantamount to a decision by the
Invitations also were extended by
Birmingham, Ala., and 'Richmond, Va.
Tho resolution against church in
ionization introduced by 'Mrs. W. A.
Hamlett, of Austin, Texas, was adopt
cd with only a few opposing votes.
One of the mnost important devel
opnients of the day 'was the adoption
of a colmlittee report recoliliinding
tle creation of an executive comimtit
te to handle the business affairs of
Ithe conventiont betwveen anl ses
sionis, This cotimmittee is practically
: Oiven power of aiottrey arid enl
1tratIlact lusitiess of an. t-ia racier,
ineullin the salo of' propert y.
The commitlle will le (omplllorsod of
t'' iesidet and the secretary of il
coln se n ion). onle minhercl I row 'w~h
homrd utnld'r tift juir'isilictionl (4f fil
conv.lII.ionl, und one, imen1.her f'rao
valr(h of the sevelt(eln states. T'in.e
state Iteieir's are to be selected by
th1v respeclive slale, Hap11tist <-ollve
tions. The presidetit and tile st-'ro
lar v of* li ', Sot herini hapit onl c'm -In
Ito wil Ite ex-ollicio pri.dent atnt
Secreiary of, (ho colmlittte.
Tlh, creation of this comillitt nf 0
('iSsitatd a tihn itn th by-laws of
the convention and Ile report which
i' iulon -Krv., w.tas tre'eiv.edl 'j w ih
TI'he moin lifg sesslin (If t he ('Oinveni
ion .'was devoted largely to thle cetn
sidetationi of hiomie isslionls, WithI litr.
II. It fI.ray, (corrtespeondin E sec retary i
of' the lhotme .\issiont Iloatrd, in chiar.e
of thle prtolem.
Thle Iltome lloard( has pclnnedl
I end (itt tre of $1:t,0t0o,000 rurintg thle
tiext five yeats for religious and edui
catilonal work, anad thle s ea ker's oil
Fridaty onutlined in (letail thle il anis
which the I lotme Hoard has formuilat
The Joy Recipe!
Regulate liver arid bowels,
and sweeten the stomach
spend 10 cents and see y
'ti.loy hife! Stralight etn i ~. Yourt
systetm is tilled with itlan neemnulatidol
of bile antd howvels tioison w hichl k eeps
you itli iouts, headachy, dizz', tongue
coanted. bieath hi ad anid stomach e'isour t
-"Wh ly dotn't you get a I 0cet box of
(Cascarets at the dru~g store and feil
titne- -.Tak hC' ascariets tori ghlt anad en
.ioy thle nil(e't, gentlest liver and how
el cleanising yotu ever expiieined~
(live (Cascarnets to childt'rn also, they
tasto like canidy--Never' giple lit
never fail. 'Hick. hillous chlildreni love
to tak thu his. Iaxative.
Any Cooking ]
a Hot K
Puritan Oil Stoves apply the he
the cooking utensil.
The clean flame-like gas-give
boiling, toasting, canning. You i
ium or high-and there it stays.
In thousands of farms, bungalov
Puritan Oil Cookstoves abolish
and wood fires. They burn k<
that's always available everywlh
comfortable in summer, and ma
ful the year round. Sold by de
Washington, D. C. (New J
Norfolk, Va. Baltimor
H-orse Sense A
Good tobacco ough
bred hoss-all th' 1~
all th' sperit left in,
You see, half the secret c
in the breedin' an' half ir
tobacco that's grown rig]
Velvet. The agein' is th
Thar's only one kind of a
results - Nature's own
watcher. She does a job
two years or two thousai
So when she gets througi
Burley that we put aws
for two years, it's just rig
at just where it's needed-on
s quick even heat for frying,
iet the indicator at low, med
,s, camps and country homes,
the dirt and drudgery of coal
:rosene oil--economical fuel
ere. They keep the kitchen
ke cooking easy and success
>rsey) Charlotte, N. c. For Best
I!, M d. Charleston, WV. Va.
Charleston, S. C. Results
tto be Ifke a well
:ick taken out but
f rnakin' a good hoss is
ithe breakin'. Selectin'
-It is only half of makin'
e other half.
tgein' that gets th' right
Nature's no clock
right whether it takes
i with the fine Kentucky
iv in wooden hogsheads
in't been hurried none,
short - cut ted. It's a
1 kinds of things are
eked in tobacco tins, but
ur good neighbor will tell
ui "Velvet is the real pipe
acco." Prove it for your
Roll a VEL VET Ciar.te.