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without Cluemtlouif Hunt 's Salvo
failss ihe tre' a*mcnt of 1r zenia.
Trtter. RinfAworm, Itch, etc.
Derrt becuna diwotraged be.
vnue'e other treTattrits failed.
Hunt's SnAlve bri relieved bun.
d- II of such cols You can't
lob on our Money Buck
Guaranter. Try it at our risk
'lODAY Price 75c at
Laurens Drug Co.. Laurens, S. C.
Notice, of lond Sale.
The trustees of School District Latl
1'.ns No. 3, of lurels County, the
State of 'Outlh Carolina. will sell at
A ettleei oi Dial & Todd, latrons. S.
C.,. vn 1he tlh day 'if \lgut.i l:, at
tit, hour of1 o'c lo 'tK il th jo' roon
Coupon hontis or .maid school district
in the sum of Seven( Thousand1 tiVeV
II und red IPlal ars I7500.100 matllring
twenty 120) yais after date t hereof,
bearing interest at six :per cent per
annmin. ayIble semi0-annally, to ilt'
highest bidder, for cash Sealed 'ilds
willb rwceived up to the timC of the
sale. All btr.v wil he requir"d to
(fAllos it wit: thie hairman of the
Board cash or certifid che-:'. of somC
solvent. hank in th su o 'Two I tIn
dretd Dolla rs $2110.00) to guaraotoe
performanice' on his p1art with tihe
tertus of his hid inl tie CVeeit samile
hnuld bie at De.ted D''oit.; of nll.
su esiihiddlT.. Will 9 'r o1itn
ii ately aftettei close of thc sale.
The tru .jstees rerve the riiht to reject
aly and all hii Sealed hids .;-soi
Oe addrissd Io the 'hairman n of tle
Board of Tlru '-. Da Dial & Tothl,
Akttorneqy. 1an. South ('arolinla,
and(( plaiily markA ''llid for School
i. It. T1. TODD.
\\V. II1. .\1Y l-l 4.
2-2t-A ~ TruIstees.
C'OPY Si~DOSFORl HELIEF.
St.ate of snuth I'llrolI ina.
Count ly, of 1.n11nren1S.
'O1R'l1T OF ( CO.MON '1l1'AS
1 It. Cook :Inti .1. G Cook, in their
otAln righlit andt as lxutor tO's of the
last will an' testament of .\tbralhai
' eookhd. d. DIora .\aritin alid
Sallie .\l. Stewart, Plaintits.
.1. 1. Cook, .. '. Co-.. '0o0le.4 Loall &
P'xch'an.ge l'ank. Rfatl( of (Iray
Court*. and \'ir.uinia Car-olinla Chem
ival Comlpanly. De-fendants".
To the'tefndnt AboVe1 Named:
You are herlibv smtimiltoled anld r'e
quiired to answ''i tite coiplalhit in
tins action aof whicih a coil is here
With seivel uion you. anid to serve a
copy of yourt answer to said eomplaint
on the subsihei's at their otie at
Laurens. Sotith Calohilna. Wiliin tweni
t v days after' tlie service heret'of. excl
ive of tilie day or stch service: and
if you fail to aniswer' the complaint
withinl tho 1:mo aforesa;,id, thle Plainl
tiffs in llis action will apply to tht
Cotii for the relief demanded in tIhI
To the Ablset Iefendant. .J. 1. Cook:
You 'will dlease take notice that thi
Comnplaint herin40 Was (luly filed inl
the offlce of the Clerk of the Courl
of Common Pl as for- Laireis count
SY. South Caroliia. at Iautrenis ('oui-l
Iloiuse, South ('arolina, Ot the 1. ti
day of .illy. 1920. and is now on tilt
SI.\utll"N. COOPER & IAlilt.
Dated .uly I-, 1920. 1-3t-A
Near Princeton, S. C.
For Sah'e--ti25 acres for sale at $101
per' ac r'. ft is ini :t sepate t trlacts.
cari ier' goes 0on'e a day I throutIghl cadl
I ract . 'Tht're are 10 dwelling houses
good tarins. Matres, run inIig wa te'
anda well at eachi hotuse Th'le fallms cam
ruins .thr lough It'e cnter' of each tract
PlIenty3 of good ti tierI, hoth ioak ant
pine with ''achi ract. Italitist anic
MetthiodistI'ii hrchies anrd 2 goodl schoob
near' the farmus. goodl pasturie witht el
farmn. On' of' the tarmlis is niow~ road.l
a stock farm'i. M ilton 1I.c.\ letuen. lb,.
IN.Wilialmiston, 8'. C'.
Milton B. McCuen
Willsamisen, S. C,
AIIBEVILI.OREEN WOOD MUTUAJ
PHOPER'lT'Y I NURtED *M85WA0
WVRITI0 OR CALL on tho uindersign
ed for any information you may desuir
about our plan of insurance.
We insure your piroperty against de(
struction by IRE, WINDSTrORM Ol
LIGTIt'NG. and dio so chieaper' tha:
any company In existanee.
Remembter, we are prepared to prov
to you that ours Is tho safesut an
cheapest plan of insurance knowvn.
Our AssocIation is now licensed t
write Insuranco In then countIes 4
Abbeville, GIreen wood', McCormic1
E'dgefield, Larurens, Saluida, Lexingtol
ichland, Calhoun, andI Spartanburi
The oflicers are: Gen. J. Frasa
Lyon, Pres(ient, ColumbIa, S. C.; J. 1
Blake, Gen. Agt., Secty, and Treat
Greenwood, S. C.
A. 0. Grant.. .. ...Mt. Carmol, S.
J. M. Gaumbrelh . . . . Abbeville. S.
J. R. flake.... .. ..OGroenwood, S.
A. W. Young blood . . . . Hodges, S.
J-. Fraser Lyon . . . . Coluinbia, 8.
R. H. NIcholson .. .. Edgefield,S.
W. H. Wharton . . .. ..Waterloo, S.
W. C. Bates .. .......Batenburg, S.
J. IR. BL AK E, Gen. At
Oreaenwood, S. C.
Jani. 1, 1920.
Piesr Cured in 6 to 14 Days
- agbt refomd monley If PAZO OIN7MENT f1
ncum'erthin~tnd. Blmoedli or ProtrudIng Pil
MR. MOUFLON'S QUESTIONS.
"Mrs. Moullon, do you love me?"
asked Mr. Moution.
The Moulton family are wild sheep,
you know, and they con from Sar
"I do," said Mrs. Mouflon. Yes, I
do. Yes, I do."
"That's good." said Mr. Motion.
"Well, do you care for rne as much on
the rainy days as you do on the sunny
"Of course, I do; of course," said
"And you always like to see me
eat tine meals and grow more hand
some?" iasked Mr. Moullon.
"Oh. yes, I love to see you mat fine
mnealis and grow more handsome," re
peated Mrs. Moullon.
"D o you think I am growing more
0 handsoime all #he tome?" he asked.
"Now really, now really, Mr. Mou
at "Oh, Mrs. Mouflon, pray answer my
g que0stion. If you give the right an
of swer it will make mie so happy. So
ly "Then, if you know the right an
th swer, why do you atsk it?" asked Mrs.
as NIoIIIloni, smilling.
as "1 know what I hope you'll answer."
it "Oii, tien you aren't sure?"
at -"Not quite," said Mr. Mouflon, "but
he I've great anld 11igh* hope. Yes, my
er hopes are very high."
he "Well, what W1as the question
aga in?" a1sked Mrs. Moution.
as "11 nsilzed ynul, my dear, Lf youi
"He Was Much Pleased."
thought I was growing more handsome
ill the time."
"I do, indeed," said Mrs. Mouflon.
"You're a very handsome animal."
"Anrid you don't think I'm looking
any less well than I (d at home?"
"You're stilll your handsome self,"
said Mrs. Mouflon.
"Oh, those words from your dear
noutlon molith make mie so joyous,"
stid Mr. Mouilon.
"And you think the keeper of the zoo
and the different keepers of all the
different anlimals-do you think they
"rspecially our own keeper?"
"Most assuredly, most certainly I
"That's nice," said Mr. Monflon.
"And I like to hear you use lots of
tic words on this subject.
I"Do you think, (tear Mrs. Mouflon,
that you caro for mae as much now as
ayyou dtidl when we were free andi in
05e "Yes, inldeedI, I do," said Mrs. Mou
re- fion. "I like you just as welt."
t "Don't you think, maybe, you like
ub1( ine a littie bhtter all the time?" asknd
"I think, maybe, I do," repled Mrs.
the "Aren't you sure of it?" asked Mr.
vas "I'nm sure of it," sait Mrs. Mouflon.
ab Then, please, say so," begged Mr.
the Maoufoi '"It sound(1 so much hetter."
om "But I an~sweredl your question as8
you as'ked it," said( Mrs. Moution,
ilch "TIruie," said Mr. Moutiin. "But I
ttle wanted to have you say mtore nice
srk- thng aboiut me than I coutld in mod
hi."Oht, dear," said Mrs. Moufion, try
had ing to hie a sme
of "lio you think I hwave handsomei cot
orlngs?'" asked Mr. Moullon.
tes- "I moost certainly dto," said Mrs
heir "Arid dto you think I am a nice
ects~ friendly, sociable, lileasant old1 rou-i
visit a ,
Ouis- "Yes, I do," said Mrs. Motilon
515"Andt t he ke'epe'r says yo'r as fr'~indI
an- as friendly can be.
with Mr. Mounn sidie& was mc
nt"An 111you don't think I'm conc'eited
do11 (y ~otI ?" he( asked.
lens- "Oh, no." said( Mrs. Mouflon, smitlini
and to herself, and~ thinking:
('ay "P'erhaps you're not conceited, but
ln.oh, how you love to be admired an
their When Way to Success.
Whnyou wondler whether you ar
anti going to succeed or not, you hav
rpplaced a barrier in the way of yoi
been success. Sweep the If's out of th
Fo way. If you are readly to do your par
was you have a perfect right to take su
n'cess for granted, Every "If" weal
At ens the faith in yourself wvhich make
car. achievement pos-sible.--Oirls' Comipar
o the in.'
from Human Cipher.
Clay ?Arof fr like a dude; it amounts
e fe? nothing, but makes a man shiver who
he sees it.-Boston Transcrint.
From New Y
Thinkol it ! Ani Overland StoeI,
driven by 25 dill'erent drivers w
t11 ita0l econlomly records il n a
3,412 miles of' ilncessant. drivimlJ
d riving- -rCkless I or consei'va t iv<
Co(omy11 'N' is so certainl that this I
WiS ti stIindard val.' with 11asolille
rec.1rd that. Ias iever before bee
expert drivers. experienc(ed by
oI this New Overland 4 nnder
This von derul [i trip of tihe OvelI
inarkable way the wonderlll star
eCon1oily of t h is great var. If
get a LIew selnsatior olf easy ridi
Touring $985 Roadste
F. 0. B. Toledo
Will be at W. P
To Buy 3
Bring them in a
and save six m
ork to San Francisco
S("aIr. mt i m gs at :32 diffl-vr~ui i * I t .1i
ho Iever saw the ar leore. simIashed all trails- n
day and night rin from New York toSa l+'ransieo
in 179 hours; the ear punisheI by innframiliar
a ecording to t he (river*-yet the l ar's inihorenit
DJverland averaged 27.2 miles 1o the gailon. The ear
ly n1o reinii forcee ntiiIs thirouighouit, bit estaiblished a
n1 equ an led inlder similiar eon ditions. Therme were no
1.ross-countr u*y drivinlg whiceh shAows the perfo1irmani e
the mIosI adverse coiditions.
11d again iIIhasizies in a triuly dramat ie andi re
nina antd ridii (utalities, aind the ext rai rdilairy
yon don't know ilis ear and its reiarkalble alchieve
Take a ride- in the emr with the Triple Spriii and
g inl this lightweight ear.
st Main Street
r $985 Coupe $1525 Sedan $1575
-Subject to Change Without Notice.
. Childress & Sons' Stable
.y and Saturday
6th and 7th
ound Young Mules
nd sell them for the cash
onths of high-priced feed.
Five Minute Chats
on Our Presidents
By JAMES MORGAN
(Copyright, 1920. by James Morgan.)
THE FIRST DARK HORSE
1795-Nov. 2, James Knox Polk
born in Mecklenburg
County, N. C.
1823-5-Member Tennessee leg
1825-39-Member of congress.
1839-41-Governor of Tennessee.
1844-Nominated for president
by the Democrats and
1845-March 4, Inaugurated elev.
enth president, aged forty.
1846-July 17, Oregon question
1846-7-The Mexican war.
1848-Greatest territorial con
-or 'Iqiiest in American history.
1849-June 15, death of Polk,
AMES KNOX POLK was the fir
dark horse to win the president.
race, and his figure remains amo
ifie pale shadows in the procession
presidents across the pages of histo
When he was yet a boy the faim
of James K. Polk moved from Nor
0arolina to Tennessee, where he w
too frail for frontler fpirming and N
P .ut to work beIn[ the counIer of
crossroads store. After a time in ti
excellent preparatory school of life
returned to his native state t> en,
college, and he graduated from i
University of North Carolina.
Becoming a country lawyer, lie
sent to the Tennessee legislature; m
i-led Sarah Childress, daughter of
well-to-do man of business, and wi
to congress for 11 years, in the cout
of which lie became first the Jacks
leader of the house and finally speak
Next he took his seat as governior
Tennessee for a term. After hav
been twice defeated in his effort
obtain a second election to the gov
norship, those defeats were imme
Jkaes th. Pomk
Whig convention at Baltimore th
wiseacres of WVashington who still
garded Morse as an impostor saidt
the trick was easy, since anyone cc
have guessed1 who the Whig nomi
would h~e. Three weeks afterwi
when the inventor at the cap
spelled out the name of Polk as
Democratic nominee the doubi
'Thomases were corsvlnced flint lie
a fraud. They scoffed at suchi an
surdiey aind were not persuiaded of
truthi inUtilehliririval of a train fi
- * M~;bscurJty of "Jim" P'olk, wi
that smug, unsmiling, uninspiredl il
man of res;pectahle abilities had
servedl on the eminence of the sp
er's chair, was deepened by the s
lng fame of Van Buren, whota he
displaced at the convention, and
Clay, against whom lhe was maat(
before the people. Those two st
-men had taken it for granteff
Sthey were to be the champions oft
respective parties. hilstory susI
that they concocted in a friendly
two letters whIch appeared susil
ly close together and which were
epielously alike in discouraging thc
(nexation of Te~xas at risk of war
0 Van Buren stood by his guns agi
f annexation, going down in the I)
~cratic convention under thle (disp
uire ot the southern slaveholders
the alarm of northern dloughfaces.
,qualifying and taking a back t
he wvent dIowa at the election
the indignation of the abolitlo
~who polled enough votes for
~third ticket to cause his defeat.
SPolk lost Tennessee at the poll
is the only man, with the sole e
Stion of Wilson in 1916, who has
o elected without his own state.
, several days the national ciectlor
t. in dloubt, with the result hangli
a complete count in New York
Iast it wans found that Polk ha(
ried the state by 5,000-thanks I
Liberty party, which had drawn
more thar. that number of votes
"the ,i cat compromiser." Henr)
'had comprorrlised his last chani