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A6o notice that on the 2nd day of
Auary, 1920, 1 will render a final
6ccotnt of iy acts ant (oings as Ad
niliitrator of the estiate of R. 0.
.FPranks, deceased, in the office of the
Judge of Probate of Laure ens county,
at It o'clock, a. "i, and on the sante
day will ap:liy for a final discharge
from mv trust as Aihninistrator.
Any person lindeted to said estate
is notiled and reitiire(l to Imalke pay
Went on that date; and all persons
having claints against said estate will
present theni on or M'fore said date,
duly proven or he foreve'r barred.
W. C. LANCAST'ER.
Nov. 26, 1919. 19-td-A
ASS80Rt' NOTICE 1920.
The auditor's olice will be open
from the firs t iif Januoanry to the
20th day of ltiru;iry. 1920, to ituake
roturns ot pz;eon property and all
transfers of rint is tt, for taxation
.or the convei iio of taxpayers
the Auditor or h: .;' will attentd
the fol0vin.a, n 1ni plawcs to reeive
rttuli s Cor sai1 I , t o wit:
Tuesday, Jan. 21.. S;( ulfietown town
ship, J. .8. Crait Stiore.
'niesday, Jan. :..tzJacks township, S.
Tuosttay, taut 2. .Jacks towiship,
Tuesday, Jan.1. itmier township,
Truesdtay, Jani. 2.c'to):s 111 town
stAip. Cross 11,11.
Tuesday, Jan. ".Waorloo town
Tuenday, Jan. 2 W. Waterloo town
ship, Jerry C. Mlartin'S store.
Tuesday, Jan. 2A. Iials owInship,
It. Mlabon's store.
'Puesday, Jan. '), Younigs township,
Tiuesday, .1an. 211, Youtgs township.
C ook's store.
Wednesday. .Jlan. 21. Waterloo town
ship, W. C. Tholltinsoln's.
'Wodnesday, .ai. 21, .9euffletown
township, Ora 9:1) a. in. to 2 P. im.
Wednesda.. Jan. 21. iaurens town
ship, Watts .\Mills, 2::10 p. in. to 6:
Wodnuday. Jan. 21. ~ unter town
Wednesday, Jan. 21. Sullivan town
ship. T. '. Woid's.
Wednord a i. 2!. Dials t ownshij,
. . llarris's.
Thursday, Jan. 22. 1itter township,
('linton Cotton Mill.
Thursday. Jai. 22. Sullivan town
Thtursday, Jan. 22, 1)lals township,
Thursday. .Jan. 22. Youngs town
ship, W. 1'. ti is':.
Priday, .an. 2:, H tunter township,
Laydia l'ottoni AW:L
Friday, .lan. 2:1, Sullivan township,
W. j). Suillivant. Sr.
Friday, Jan. -:. Dials township,
Priday, Jan. 21. Youngs township,
Saturday, Jan. *-,, Youn11gs townsh,1ip,
Sattirday, .1.an. 21, 11tunter i own ship,
Sat urday. .Ja . .!, Dials townsl ip,
1,. A. 'Rtonupson's store.
I'lease make note that tite( appoint
tent.s will Ie litil jnst as adveriised
and to pla Voie Ouit andmak re
rI t'ns. One 1 all usually ilaks th
whole rounld and :cing' mlay not undvh
sLind thle notic tisi . t . as I have
itividl tp th !i : iry ill the several
All ull' tit. n etwei'n te ages
of 2 1 and to y-:'t o th firs of ,an
aliryt lIg eIT" who are incapable
Searting .m :-l from being
oni~ited al il'federI ' v tail
Also'-i a"-n s ii:t n betw u'ieit ths
ail, oi1 la ciiand t 1t (lay ofIi
i.&muato tl: . :i; Oilbleton prop-ta
f$to atil a re)1ir toiakeo
Dre Ka in' Ntew Dax scoveryd i
Isoof strtsy n the roads.sho rs
'"e. M tom rnde iniver r x
AOl txpay'x ren beurt o nive
tYo wall Ma heprt propertyis
uted win Itowns h ordutryg. Iach lo
'acest, o ot lc thef tondtuedthroan
redvsJl reartt0 aowclgipe
Atftery thte N o .bruaryf :,'et er
$1.n0 ad Hote bt attarhdforgiat.
Dnt Contins onrsonalprop
lytmit' lt y re bon htransf.er ofll
Mit ('i) i'l al . W. l T~l i u oi PtS t O. t
riltd' CiouI r ~lgsnty AuitorIl.
Dfr. King's Nw Dto1Ilsc ove
soonI1'il strtsi y on1i thiely road
mie' origt llal drgtnitc is t
l'romiInenlit. Southerner, of Enviable
Fli as Coiederate Leader, Hi
Passud. 1iid 3Many ImiaporhtantPosi
tions lin Lifetfime.
lclimond, Va., Dec. 2U.-General
William Iitlln Cox, last surviving
ranking olleier of! tle Confederatc
arimly, died here this (vCtening. 110 was
extensively engaged in businiess in
North Carolina and other' southern
points since thke war.
Death is said dito have been toxic
poisoning rought ol ly old age.
"'ox had ih distinction of being t
last Coife'lrate ollicer to relinquish
th'e fightinjg at Apponattox Court
holis, prolnted thle lightlng for
sollie tine after tle signing of the
su11rrender- by vGeneral Lev.
Wounded eleven thies itr cing 1t
ci' it war. G"enieral Cox sulffi'red live
svere ~wo'im!is inl one b'attli, blut. klipt
:it the hiii] of his brigade until ll
Il to h fileld exhausted.
ollowing (ite close of til war Gen
it'al Cox hI:'anie secretary of the ('Ii
ted States wiate. serving unler both
Deinlovrati- anid lleptiblicanl adminlis
t'tations. la:vr I t( was elected to con
"I.ess front North Carolina, his home
State, servin.g sereval terms. General
Cox also .:erved il n ninerotis other
capnectivs !or his lion'; state. At one
tilie Ie was judge of !the ciriit court,
cha I rin-ia I of the I mocrat ic state
(oniilittee dtil attorney general. Hie
was prominently identifiled with the
.tasonic order serving in the capacity
of grand ma.ster for many years.
William Rfitlin ox was born in
Scotland Neck, N. C., March 11, 1831,
of 1-inglish parents, heiig the young
est son of lie family. After an early
training ait Vine lHall Academy at
7.'ootland Neck, lie entered a prepara
tory school near Nas ulile, Tenn.. an'
at the age )f 15 years, en!tred Prank
lit Collge where lie g'radlated with
distiiction. liv then entered ILebanoni
College and studied lav.. b.1eIng admit
ted to llte har in Na-hville in 14.
lorming a partiersilip: with .ohn .
Fergulsonl, Ihley practidt. until IRai1
wh Gen ('eliral Cox remituned to North
Tiring of tle plantation life, he
went to Italeigh w here lit opened a1
Spirit of war -was in the air and it
became more apparenct daily that the
forces of Oe north and soutih would
clash. Geieral Cox organized and
('luiplied with hIs own funds a mill
try compally. I ater le was niamiied
niajor of the second North "arolina
troops and his remarltalltbh tnilitary
fter six iliolill; 'rainini lie was
phcrd in e'uiiniand of 11ie heavy artil
ltry at l'rt-. 's Point oin lhe lotomiae
ri;rand 'n1 .lne INGi! his- repIlinent.
the ir.I to cres. .\le:tdIo\\ Hiid '
at: .\lchanies-ville unr erriblo fire.
The fol'lowing day. w.ithl all of his of
Iiti is'vin:' fallin, NlIjor Cox Ied his
galhu btId io t I " svn dlays'
ba le," ono of t'Ihe Iu s I fI I Inou I nI-, '
te wi l at.
jt1n'i to paf'rt 5in taanyloft'in- oun-r
:-oon aft'er lie eterced thie ltitl'al
jiltl indl thi'e thit saute diilinant
nas elect ed by a piluratlity o ii voSt es.
Thle dee &medd, seoon ::1lerli,.'mini :
oft litir i*' 'oatlt I i abell,. of' Itichimoni.
.hte ind twoe sonus, the lat tel Seingi
wi h i' strtily ittll t':ti iitt tlii late
l'iela s l l'ran4 iiir'ts have not
i:os (ootii at the bt w I lie'. arrlii~e fr~
TH-INGi TO H-ELP
Neorvous TI'roublIes of Sevem nVenrs (lone
antd She Nuew Sleeps S4ot'y.
"or seven yearis I xiuffe red and
('couldtn't find a thtiing that would
ni m' te bu1Lt one hot tIe of this new
mtedicilne, .\.leri tone, has maldo me feel
lIke a new peersqon," saId Mr's. .Mary
Arledge, of 1108 UnIon Avenue, CThat
"NervouIsness was myii (chIe triou
bile,'" Mrs. Ar dgi>tinuedt. "1
dr'eadled to yo to jedl tr nIght because
I 'ouldnlt't sleep. ~i .tist tosisedl and
r'ol led about the eo~ al nIght, and, of
course, whei nmo 'i ng caine, I tell so
badly I cotuld hanrl y get ill.
"'Mitoe was rec'(ommittiede so
hilghly that fInally I started takIng it.
''One h& 'lle of M~eritone has done
moe niore gootd thani any othleri medl
('inte I eve.' tied and hias- miade mec
feel lIike a new person. TPhe ne rvouis
ness has left me (elt irely and( 1 ('an go
to bied at tnighIt I.now anid sle I '( ound1 it
ly until mnorinhg. Thei' lied, wornt-ot
feeling I tt',cd to hia\e Is all gone andI
I tie goted all the Itim'."'
.\urlnte issold ext'hisivi'ly itn Isau
toils by lie LIurens Druig ('o., tand hy
lharmtacy, Cliton; 1. V. ('oldIng, Wa
onoree I. jrg C'o., l'0nor'e; Henson's
IDr'i'g Store, WVoodrctuff;V Whitmire Dru'ig
F~ouintIain I tn, and Is sold Iby ote drug
gist itn 'V, lry town thr'oughiotut the
GEI AN SHIPS BE
GIVEN TO BRITAIN
(ontfroversy Over Gierman Lines Eind
ed by Wilsoi's Order to Give Them
U11p. Pi'sen t Disposition of Ships
Washington, Dec. 2t.-TVhe contro
versy bet ween 'the shi pping board and
British oflhi!als over possession of sev
en German liners used to bring back
Amnerican troops and liow held Idle in
New York harbor, ended dabruptly to
day with the announceement that. Pres
ideit Vilson had ordered the vessels
turned over to Great Britain. The
traISfer' Will be miaeI Without delay
and the ships assigned to passenger
service ol British li nes.
No ex p:latlon of the order was
1111 beyond te statement that the
state deprtmnt had found that there
Wa; it) wairrantt for holding the ships
now tha i-,t .he0 o'jet for Which they
weIre aissiigned by the inter-allied Ship
pillg comuu1Itisiol to Anlerican use, the
retrn of th Amwricoan ar'my, was
acecomplishfed. The eighthi Ship of the
-rou p. the Imtlerator. had already
lien turn'd over to the British and Is
biig operated by the Clinard line.
The un1 expected atioll of the sip
ping boartd lat Septeibetr in refusing
to diivert the Imperator to the British
waLs undersood to be (olinected with
vflortls to idlce the reurn to the
aitandard Oi! company of twelve tank
steamers formerly iidetr the German
(lag but nlow hield inl British cusgtody
in tIe Firt'-.h of For'tI. by order of the
supreme counell. Telc state depart
ment took the position, however, that
these were separate questions and
mutst be dealt with separately, the
('iited St.ttes carrying out its obilga
tion to return the German ships over
to the Iliii .
itlder Ithe Vesailles treaty, final
decision as o th ti ieir of all craft re
quisitioni'id from G terima harbors af
tor th armistice rests with the rep
arations commiysion. Thet present
isput, l I'Y as to the Pa0 Sentg(er' ves
s is atd of the tankers. it was assert
(Ai. can nOt he colnsid ered as definitely
settled, fit present disposition being
NOT .AN ISOLATED C.SE.
Many Simd-ar Cases4 In Laurens mnd
Thi L:111"els man,' Story given
here is not an isolated case by 11113
neans; week after week. year after
year, our. neighbors, are telling slimi
art good iws. Ask y0ur1 neighbor!
J. W. ilendierson, S. iarper St., I.aul
res. says: "My kidniiys were badly
disorde d aid I siiffered fromn pains
in Ithie sll of m'y lack teross my
idnys. jI felt /nervouis and ouWt of
sorts , ano myt/hidn11ey' d1111in't act as
Itey shou d. would hae dizzy spells
:hll i a dui achl. it thw back of mty
heaild a "1dimi.t in Oh
Par tn, too-.10. I ('ly ws in pret
ly h),14 : 1-pe readl of Doiln's Kid
nite . Pilb'.. .lld ho ::h.11 a box a l O
n .. i) t. C ot o' V si m itel y i i a.1'
Nine- :duI~n'. " :and. t's bo't I.iv(il Novem
I it " i 1ii t.n
O n lar h 1,11'< Mr. b ilM-onday.
Cn01: "1 u h d o I lse for a kid
ly I mIOdy QUwEllan's Kielner Pilb
E.t Wd - GRV' kinowur 0hun's are us a
i e Ai tiloriInwett."
Not la t .1 dealers.ve t in Fo t ne u ti
eIt o o n ent' iotj e offeo e o el it t'si
t Lc I' tie ii +' Aloriday i o I o ite ry
20 aben il0. '.9 h da- o thill'tmas hl
at t. l,,,oi' .. e t v ey que fy lin thi
ail poisonllit (ii li s t i'iaii
o.\l. \ity llid Abercrolist bie andl flim3' yo
of'(' olumi tt spen te to eal til'l heii 1 '
''bitmal y witithClrco hii mother. onr
thiat in ewherry b as'rerek. eP
lt.itey a rn Iletion ZIrviied .\ry
lone at aguren at. fami, Dreiry
ir. \\'. . ns,.\MOCT. Ciet'bb
::d .\i2-\i41-,Aftia C u t
A Man Was Never Known
To Make Money by Wishing
The wise man ACTS while!the weakling wishes. Don't sit back
and wishlyou had bought Cotton Mill stocks six months ago, buy
now, they are going higher and the opportunity is just as good to
make money today, but you'll have to ACT. Don't envy the man.
that has acted but take a hand and you will find the game inter
esting and profitable.
If you have backed your judgment in the past, and want to take
your profits say the word and I will find you a buyer.
I WILL BUY I WILL SELL
Watts Mills common 50 Shares Watts, 2nd pref.
UnionBufflo comon50 Shares Union-Buffalo, 2nd
Union Buff lo c m monpref.
LaurensCotton Mills 50 to 75 Shares Gaffney Man
Laurens National Bank ufacturing Co.
Farmrs atioal ank50 Shares Mt. Vernon-Wood
Farmrs atioal ankberry
Enterprise Natiornal Bank 50 to 100 Dunean Mills
Peoples Loan & Exchange Bank 15 Shares Ware Shoals Manu
Palmetto Bank facturing Co.
40 Riverside Manuf acting Co.
Lucas Bank 50 to 100 Toxaway
I have handled over $100,000 in stocks in the past ten days.
Cotton Mill and Bank Stocks