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-NOTICE SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Home IiBuilding & Loan Association, of
'Laurens, S. C., Plaintiff,
'Estelle Barksdale Sullivan, Mattle
Harksdale, Greene Barkisdale, 'Mat
tic Matthews, Alfred Iarksdale,
Eloise Uarkidale, and Carrie Barks
dale, and John Doc and Rclihard
Roe, unknown heirs-at-law and dis
tributees of Foster Barksdale, de
ceased, (said Joe Doe and Richard
Roe being (ictitiou; names, and when
their true names shall be (sicover
ed tlles- proceedings will be amend
ed by . ust itutIng suell true names),
and all other heirs of the said Fos
ter llarksdale, deceased, If anly, to
the iPla'intff unknown and whose
whor'abouits are unknown, Defend
To tlie Defendantq Above Named:
You are heireby summoned and re
(miied to answer the Complaint in
tIis action of which a copy is birewith
served ipon you and to serve a coply
of your answer to said 'Com1plain on
the subscribers at their oiliec, Enter
prise Nationaal llank lui lding, at Laut
rens, South Carolina, witIhill twenty
days after the service hereof, exclu
sive of the day of sueh service; and
if you fail to answer (lie Complaint
witi in tle time aforesaid, tle Plauin
tiff inl this action1 wIll apply to (lie
Court for ile Ilief dlemande'd In the
DIAL4 & TIODDl,
Dated], Laurenols, S. C.,
.luly 7, 919.
To Eloisi' 1 bilirksdale, and any and all
otlhi'nfant h1ira-at-1aw, lnx of
kinl and dist- ibteis of Poster
llark~sdale, deceased. %Iwoe ams
amd addresses are llikiown to
thev Plaintiff, over. fouleeno years" of
age, Or untider f'ourlt in y'ars of a
a1nd any personi with Whom said in
falit I)ereida tlis may eside:
Vini ar. herrh"ly notified and rvmdlr
: 01for the appointment of a
C"', rdianl Ad U-11m to repr'iesent thll
said i ft. I)eI'nda tis witliln t vw nty
('21) day, s aIfter thle ser-vice of thi's
Su nolIs upon you), and if you fail
applicatkioln for l lu appollitm)1ent will
b' mo;bule bl e Plaintif hl imin.
l)L\L & T110m,
Plain tiff'; A Itoineys.
T-0 h114 re fndanks Croonlarda,
\Ilfrd !ark.dal( and IonIII ice and
of'' Vo'' I I~ I, n I u~h lai' I- an',ItI (I v I t
of !"osterI liaela-,~ le. die(re:,u4'd. (theii
SI ild .1Ioh I l I :t I Ii:-' I I bo
fin v f Ie iol 1 o, 1n when lo tei
itrue nalu . rb di hled io thes c e
pro1 e in' --, wv il be amindIl]ed by ,-)Ib
SI itu11int.- su1ch tru I-~ lnmes)I:
Ta nm iv-. th'a' o tI1h ' (omplaint I i
IIi. act 'Ii on ll 1, e wit a m;11 on0s,
and( Notico, for , apspointment of a
G"uardianl Ad li mof wh-Iichl the
ab:ovv i.- : copy. w sfile(] inl thll n11100
of thf. Cle-rk of CourtI of Conilnon
P'lea. for. ita n a County . Laurenols,
S. C.. onl '' -ilh day of llly. 1Il .
DIAIL & TOD),
Plaintiff's Altorn ys.
MAN C0MNESSES HE
Hurry S. New Wlalks Into Police
Hendifluarters and Sitys lie Killed
Young Woman. Mother Says lie is
Soft of Seniat1or New.
Los Angeles, July 5.-Harry S. Now,
of Blendale, Crif., walked Into pole
h adtiluarters early today, informed
detectives that 'ae was a mi ad wo
mai in his automoblc and lie desired
to give hinself up as a murderer. le
then led the efit ers to a car outsido
the station, where tho body of Frieda
J. Lesser, 21 years old, was found.
New, according to a statement of
the polcec, said he had quarreled w ith
the young woman at Topagana Can
yon, severa! mihes from the city,
when she rftused to marry him, and
hlad shot hCr.
"We didn't understand each other,"
said New, according to Detective Sgt.
D. A. Davidson, "and so I shot her,
and here I nmii. There she is too."
ho added, is he glanced at the (lead
New, :,0 years of age, told the oifl
cers, according to their statement of
his story, that he was e'ngaged to Miss
Lesser. l1o said he urged her to marry
him11, and wh'ell she ref'tsed lie shot
He said he had horrowed the auto
mo1 ron from is l Alolt . .\ irs. ulu I .
IBirger, of "'leidaleN, and had driviin
with the vJirl to Vt nive, then throughi
j lollwo'1d, an l lially up the Topan.:o
(an*on road, whieri their (turrel, vII
minitated in! thi iooting. liit told the
omeer., tIy h:id. that for three hours
afterwards ho drovo around town,
trying to iaivke tip hi. tminod to aurren
New h!: 0f s2i-ht hili. Ili showed
no evide(nIc o)f i.'iIextelm n t and OMhees..
:Zaid ho hiad net! beenl drinking_.
harlit Itaplin It' Jhis .'illion 11lu'r
I'itt ri at Opevra limt e.
.\ the 0.1ra ttot -o .\hl dla, and
TUdal(hrli,, Ch,)Wln wvill beo Ahown
Si it ;Ii:-Ia .lio:l *' olar com edy,
t ip1iu trikes; a new alt. ~ien
.\l~k A net's H thie Grls have
notin i nt ii o'nit of i a ! 1.: < h
m ahln t hr 0i ;I Chr rlie fro-i t le
iIwOn s: "'h,1 lin, with htik; word-famet ad
'a 1.) nd v i [I, n nrm i i'ii y alk.tM driv
I" afl i Of Cwl aln a Clun'ry
road. Chtarri. liser o sil o a ew
iimoiint hImu s oop iII th morning
fte hid irr wbe t ployr ha
awa,,kenedA h011, are highly amsig
111 all it is Charlie Chalinl and he i.s
Niv.:tys f ]n: h ntee you will ma i o
j ect. Admiss-ionl:' chlideon e, adubs14111
2->.including war tax.
POLICY BE USED
liker's Order ieducfng Army to
2:13,000 Men by September to Cause
Aetion. Army lIe-OrganizatIon Bit]
Washington, July 5.-Tho (question
of a ierlmanent military iOllcy prob
ably will be forced beforo the present
session of congress by Secretary
Blaker's order reducing the army to
223,000 otilcers and men by September
30. Military experts here believe only
speedy passage of the army re-organ
ization bill will prevent demoraliza
tion of tile military establishment.
Ollicers and men must be drawn
from the line and from the regular
staff personnel to provide the neces
sary overhead of ties branches.
"A return to the status of 1908
was the prediction of on oilcet con
cerning the effects. III Ilat year coim
panies could muster only 35 men and
reglinents were freqluently under the
charge of onei major and one captain.
The geneiral staff is alrea1y at work
oil Some prograii which will come
with in aut horized expendlitures.
PlaIns for the organization of the
air service and tank corps making to
filther p res"s will have to go by the
board, it. was conerlced. srlvief's will
ho kept active throuigi ahe:iInar
ti'irs organization i Ilh r'eipairmliel and
"unlrdls at th- varimtls depot,
t 'imn ry t roo tl) i rn): men , w heih
arr5 n t for teo lhilipin1s, 111a
\%;III and l o h Pacific oonser.1v-itively%
i n < t _.0 (101 ii nI : ; m for tl( .
:outhe)rn border. nlow maintaineod at
,I aoTrceI of S.HE o NO S theRine,
a' l, for thle tilme being~ at le St .006
menli for Sit, -1.
TheseZl folial 56.0110 oflicers- and meln
an11d dto not Iako finto mlnsic.rattionl the
hainire1elsf of r-lmal m rijn neereo
CATARRH OF H-EAD, NOSE
AND THROAT KEPT
HER HAWKING ALL
THE TIME. DRECO
lMad lle word'; ofM.\:vs. \\. 0. Blno,
who resides at Oak StrThl, AivIs,
(,;I.; one of ihlemi). I highly epled
%\e01 n 111 Of ti hal < om iity.
"Ilrec k i( u palaliebit for 1:1ieviig
-ii Nofferig. No one
kilows h'' I sitlertl f 1 1 awfl
64i h o theq headl o: andl -tmin
ae'h. !)A th 1 c 1(4oll of lieijtu-; il y 1113'
. . '.hM: Paiusai ll Ine anl
ca:. 'I v li''1) ad riliging noii s in
mnv nea r ot ,e l v rove 1no- madl.
\Vhwn I Io'e il tlt, inorning I almost
oimi ed frout the droppings Ihat would
caus' Ile to ntd arol swallow. ly
throat an d tonsils becaife raw--all
swollen and itrd. I felt iserable all
as - I-; i!rced and niervouls.
"\\'lien I 1ead about. I)reco It mIient
nothin'-. to Im , except a iedicinei spok
en highlly of, but my ! it Is different
11w, I Wilit to tell youi l1, take it
like I did. and see. You will he con
vin(ced ati oveIjoyeld by tlte ie'sults".
I lrco i.; inlade froim juices and ex
tracts of mnany mnedicina'l herhal
j1'anis which m-t oii t he vital organs in
a pleasanil and prompt mianner.
I i''ri o i s i highly4' reomeiin'led iln
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bl!'s .uily ith. All of the briotheis
! i h a- h en1 k<4 in aiway b4y sick
11e' ini is fai ly.
There' Were lifly-i two 4 5 prsnt: i.r
n111 .\lr. it. 'S. tlambrieoll, \lir. and .\irs.
\\. i\l ( hibrel and family, Alr. andi
I. . IX Ilam iltim and family, of At lanita,
.\l v'. and .\Ilr'. ('. I). Nabors, .\lr. and
\ltis. .l. I). l\4nneills aind family, \lr'.
andii .\lits. I act i'riee and family, lit lie
lmiy wecnt fishing in Saluda rlver',
: ur in abouit :! '('. m., whenIa boun-li
v d : -h i (tlt' . - t r i th
\i(ll fNe o~o w:a laantdi
I l i m h''ta' to thelr homes,4' ~t hop'1i.
ad n 114 aoth lth as loeasantly11 asi
" labesOne u \'of \\'ai Prent."
I'.1( il yn lNesbt Phlir lle wa Peiyn.
Not" 14 which wncung wto thax.er
ols Criay, portr ans thlenbaer
LAXIV whOse innINEe ales emovesthey
Thue. Theot wis take fromoaQreainen
The W. RV'idnatudesympaox.lic.apto
Big Agricultural Farm and
Machine Short Course
TO BE HELD AT
Gray Court, Tuesday, July 15th.
Hours: 9 a. m. to 10:30 p. m.
ALL DAY MEETING
Lectures by Mr. H. S. Mobley and Mrs. Adda F. Howie, Speakers
of National reputation and fame. All subjects illustrated, either
by actual field demonstration, charts, or Moving Pictures.
NINE AGRICULTURAL MOVING PICTURE REELS
Come and see for yourself why the use of modern machinery will
reduce your farm labor and expense.
FREE! FREE!! FREE!!!
In Co-operation With the State Department of Agriculture,
County and Home Demonstration Agents, and Y. M. C. A.
Picnic Dinner on the Grounds - Bring Filled Baskets.
Ernest W . 0,chei, Laurens, S. C,
J. I. Copeland Bro Clinton, 5X C.
Dealers in International Harvester Co. Implements
Dr. Chas. A. Cromer
VETERINARY SURGEON &DENTIST
Service Day and Night
Will Appreciate Your Patronage.
Telephones: lResdidece 201; Office -15
Office at Posey's Drug Store.
opiplij.)JIill 1 111 110 111111 l11.illill! lII gII j l I liigII tIIIIIIII /
When Your Tires "Toe In"
They Wear Out
When tires are out of alignment there is a constant
=2scraping wear on themn, as the tire slides slightly on the
pavement all the time.
It costs far less to repair a bent steering knuckle or a
worn steering connection than to buy new tires.
Have the alignment of your wheels verified regularly
We do this work and all kinds of repairing. We sell
good tires too-Federal Double Cable Base- g
Laurens, S. C.
1-laq th'lgmeto1ou 1hes eiidPeual
To For=d Ownelrs
This is to remind you again that we are
especially equipped to give service on Ford
cars. We have expert Ford mechanics
and equipment for them to work with.
We keep on hand $5000 worth of genu
ine Ford Parts and can make repairs on a
moment's notice. No waiting to order
SERVICE I3 OUR WATCHWORD
STANDARD FORD PRICES
bring Your Ford to a FordMan
Waldr op' Garage