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FNAL &MP.IFfj ENT.
Take notice that on the 8th day of
Oetober, 1920, I will render a final ac
wunt of may acts and doings as Ad
nilstrator of the estate of S. J. Was
son deceased, In the oflice of the Judge
of Probate of Laurens county, at tI
o'clock, a. i. and on the same day will
ap)ly for a fin'al discharge from my
trqst as Administrator.
Any Ierson indebted to said estate
is notifIed and retiuired to make pay
ment on that date'; and all persons
li.ving claims againit'said estate will
prlesent ther., on or befotre said date,
(luly proveI or be forever barred.
R. 'M. WASSON,
Administr1tor twith will annexed)
Se t 8 92. 1I o 8-?t-A
V; n,t buy yotir Iiuubrc in ear
1 . iiret froln mlill mild save thet
l isen()tIs.' 1 ' " iT 'e o j 1wire for priv
s, t inding 1 -.is"'~of qIuiaitity and
Ide youI wO 1
COOK & CO.
Greenville, iS. C.
0. Langdon Long
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Enterprise .ational Bank Building
All Legal Business Given
Oil Tainks and 'umps, Air Coin
lrexii ors. Comlputing Scales, Floor
i e. ih1ow Cs. M 'COunI ieg
ikter , Rebuilt (ash ltegisters,
Sfe;, Store Fle ixtureis.
'Til HMI ll/l'ON SAIES CO.
Volumbia, S. C.
t'. C. Featherstnt W. It. Knight
Attorneys tit Law
Laurens, S. C.
All Ilusiness Intrusted to Our Care
Will Have Prompt and Carefli Atten
Oh1lce over Palmetto Bank
Mr. Foatherstone will spend Wednes
day of each week in Laurens.
W. M. NASH
Cray Court, S. C.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Office In Peoples Bank Building
C. E. KENNEDY & SON
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls answered ay hour day or night
Simpson, Cooper & Babb
Attorneys tat [LaW
WIN Practice in ait Stat. abit
Prompt AttentIon Qivep AD Destaas
Black , 8$pllan
P'romnpt AttenldrV GiYen All B'usIneu.
Money to Loan on Rleal Estate
Ofiee In Aimmons Building
AND THE FLU
First Step i4 Treatmecnt Is a Brisk
Purgative With Qdlotabs, the
Purified anJ Re ed Calomel
Tablets t'. at :s N'husa-.
Dnctors base fouand b~y ectporienco
that no medh-ino for c;!'Th and influ
enz.'a c-in b)0 de ;.nded1 tipoin for full ef
fectiveness until tho liver is made thor
oughily active. That is whty thi %irat
step inI the tretment is thle ne~w, nausea
less coloimel. tablets ca;ledt Cai.otabs,
v~hieh a-:o fr'e fromi tho siekeninig and
v.'ahoinst1 c''ects of the o!d style calo.
-mecl. ]>-toS .;sao point out thie fact
Ithat on r.''c.e li':er m y go a lo:ig way/
towei rds preventn- ii'IntlhIeO~a and i1 orto
of' the~ most i:n or e:nt inctors in en
n! ingi the patient toIf sucCC''fllyV withIi
st 'rd an at tack ?;ud ward off pnieu
One ('alotab on theo tonguo at bed
limo with a swallow of wa'.ter-that '
i. N'o salts, no nauise nor the slight'
cds interfejenco with your eating, plear"
i':,~ or vIc:-k. Next moirning your c'olu
ilal viished', yoftr liver is active, your
:iy'tem is pui'iedto, and y'ou are feeling
flint, with ai htearty appretlte for breakc
Iatst. .Druggists sell Calotahn only in
e-izinal saaled packages, price thirty.
fl .d ms. Your money will be choor
fiin refutndoed If vOn do not find them
Five Minute Chats
on Our Presidents
By JAMES MORGAN
(Copyright, 1920, by Jwmes Morgan.)
THE GREAT IMPEACHMENT
1867-March 2, congress passed
the reconstruction act
over President Johnson's
Also the tenure of office
1868-Feb. 22, the Houce Im.
Ma.rch 5 to May 26, the
Impeachment trial before
the senate, and Johnson
1869-March 4, Johncon retired
from the presidency.
1872-Defeated for congres3
187i--March 12, senator from
July 31, died in Carter
county, Tenn., aged sixty.
A NDi1 'V JOH[NSON'S presidency
began with a great tragedy and
came near ending in another. With
ia two-thirds nijorlty in congress, -his
opponeni'ts overrode his vetoes, seized
control of reconstruction, stripped the
president of authority to dismiss a
postmaster or to get rid of an eneiny
(vev ii his own cabinet, and bound
him hai1 :nd foot.
Although the presilent faithfully ex
iuted the recoistructinr i laws that
had beeiti pa-sed over his vetoes, ie
ass'rtet. the right, which iever bet'oire
b1ri lieeilenied a presidierlt, to choose
hIis ownr calbinet advisers. Whenm he(
lrile to dlisn;iss Secretary Stanton.
Stanion lurnri the wtrr departnient in
to a tort, an.d for weeks he0t it, night
:mni dlay, si-4-11ing and tig at his
Eritot ion having supplainteei reason,
the house hast erred to declare that "In
tire namue of tie house of rep r(Ies(nta
tives ani of tire people of the Unitei
States we do impeatch Andrew John
son, president of the United States,
of high crimes and nisdemreanors."
Although there were twelve counts In
the rentarkable indletnent, no crimes
Mrs. Elza Mcrl Jhsn
wer seene an% h iseenr
thtwr legd oase alos
whlyoV h rsdn' tepst
reniove Stanton.... hout.the.con.ent. o
Mrnlisr begian M archl5,o1868,
th wee sealtegcham coded andos
wholly teehs of the prSuets tepteme
ceote Stanto c h. ecosnto
toI ot imporanth casel fin crowds
fcar pastrytbean focke Marc Wash868,
tn the enythe schabe cowdeandt
ouse vJusticn--toaseeofAndy wapk the
wasti thfien toc hea atiha.h
wouedre was.e , asea pedent of
th tsenate ouldk convnson'n pae.
wtten and hiish cae, selctd, crwdth
oGeerar tisan fo ackdttshing
tonctrery ofr sete. eofaWht
Aoso tevitonto h sente walk thle
pank."aor Seaor Boende covctio
waslth ciet jtote lasktd thMr.
oenator hescaleden, haw psaydeou o
the sespnent, tAndew Johnson pae,
(dentrlBe of thMntdSaschuety for
noctarily of sathgem. emaora
Achare roln the arsce?"ew ald
amNot guity, supnsee the dpuistn
canhe senator l frotm forn won hado
teentin theo' chifhuine tTe, pary
algent wsbroenan hot ay yogan
ie of thea Unite Sateen guity rce
noth parltysof ane hihe istrmanor the
ctrgedl i b this martice?"o ruget
"Nofet guity"enswnae the clled.n
Turubueltor Ifrioms Mannodiend ofh
benLincolns ahet. Tireo alty
pulinen atsh broke itway aan
bokn nothemora. moet ther er
thir.fvvtes fwoha boyen ntrIken
inly nineteens forr acquittarijust tne
treas t tho two-thrdst ncsary to
his ae in vots name unqu cinede
Trudbull of thlinoisan oldesiency,
whnlh aes anther nmost omfen andit
powe rerfur orsea wo bnrte wynrl
theirreth Don s would haen been
pent onrte fatternmefithe prliaen.
wiar rvenmita tlfr enrnatri
SEEM AFRAID TO BE HAPPY
So Many People Apparenty Fear to
Count and Appreciate the Bless.
Inge That Are Theirs.
A well-meaning, If rather dour,
gentleman once said to a mother whoin
he saw playing happily with her clil
dren: "Don't set too much store on
your children, especially don't make
idols of them, for fear they are taken
from you as a punishneut."
"It was good to hear tihe spirited re
tort of the warn-ieared little worn
an. The rememibrance of it Is inspir
Ing todlay, reiarks London Answers.
"I'i going to love ily chlidren with
all tle love I 11inn Capable of whilst
I have got thetu. If they aire taken
fronm m1', whi'ih 'erin n'ly wo'mn't he Is
a 'pumnishilnent,' I shall be gad to re
membe2iwr how Very dearly I have loved
She was not a11raid to be 11a1ppy.
A ioor fellow whose life had been
0110 lonmg light Itagainst gri nding pov
erty was- unexpectedly left at legacy
whieh qluite reimoved him from further
want. The touch of tile past, how
ever, was still up11on2 him. lie was
afraid to spend, afrald to raise his
face to the sinshine; he was afraid
to be happy. The pathos of it I
On the other hand, there are those
who, with little or nothing to worry
about, just grizzle animt grouse, till you
long to shake them-and shake thema
thoroughly---because they are afreld
even to be thought happy.
Here is a samiple of a visit to one
of the "G. G." variety:
'What a nice bit of sinshine we're
having just now !" you may perhaps
"Ay, but hlow long will it last?"
"Well, it's shining now, anyway I"
yoti retort, In natural exasperation at
"lilt It'll rain before night, see If
It does4n't!" Ad so on ad Ilb., nE
im2tter whlat subject 11as broacild.
Of course, for lots of 22s some12 thingi
are pretty baid just now-it's inevit
able, if one takes Iime to think. Bu
imumong it aill, there Iare hits of happi.
ness if we will only allow ourselves
to see themi. The sinshine when 11
do(s appear, the merry laugh of a
friend. a bit of Ituck after a hard day,
the restoration to health of a deat
one, the eager questionings of the
children arising out of their beautiful
"wonderings," a talk with, or a lettet
from a kindred spIrIt.
Cheerlo! Don't you be afraid to bt
Peculiar Geological Formation.
There is located immediately weal
of Junction City a few miles south oi
Danville, Ky., a wonderful geological
formation known as "Bald Btu(
Knob." This Is a member of th
chain that branches off from the
Cumberland mountains and extendE
along the route of the Knoxville divi
sion of the Louisville & Nashvill(
From Its foot to it's crest is aboul
200 feet and except on the large flal
top, with a small knob in Its center,
it is covered with shrubbery and vege
tation. The top, however, Is abso
lutely barren. Not a sprig of any
kind has ever grown upon It'.
Tile soil is as blue as Indigo and
this coloring has never been affected
by the ravages of time. It Is be
lieved Iby many that this knob was9
at 0e tIme a volcano, and that the
surface of the crest was b~eiched forth
from the bowels of tile eart'n.
The "Bald Blue Knob" has been an
object of wonder for many genera
tions, and hundreds of visitors ascend
its steep sides each year to view its
crown of richeat azure.
Milk and Meat Prevent Pellagra.
The most recent researches tno pel..
lagra, just published in the form of a
report from the United States public
health service, make it cear that de
ficiency of milk and fresh mieat In the
dIet Is the principal cause of the dis
D~r. Joseph Goldberger, to whom the
world owes most of its knowledge of
pellagra, urges that more cows be In
troduced into those regions of our
southern states in which pellagra is
most prevalent, and that all-the-year
round fresh meat markets be0 estab
in an Awful State.
After refreshments at a card~ party
the topic of conversation wvas the con
dlition we found our fiat in wvhen we
moved. My husband told a iong corn
ical story of how lhe spent his whole
Saturday afternoon trying to get the
kitchen floor clean. E'very one( laughed
with the exception of one( woman. wvho
said: "We just moved from that flat.'
It isaIneedless5 to say the color of my
husband~l's, face turn ed.-Exchange.
Eggs Miraculously Saved.
A younmg man at Meredith, N. II.,
making an evening call, inl going
through the hull opened tihe cellar door
by3 mmistakio and steppled~ into spalce,
bringing dIown ai number of jars of
prese4rvr'2 luieberrles and2( landinag in
a Jar contiaininig 18 (ioz/en eggs. lie
eimergedi scratched and1( coveredlv wih
bl rr 'iie2s, butt ai lhoughm he2 weihs
200) poui:als not an egg wase btrokcen.
2Corresp sided With 535 GIrls.
Thei~ les., sergenti at1 Camp Kelly
ilying ilehil In Texats (deciares thaot he
correspled(11 w~ithi 515 gIirls through.
out 12n4 dutraltlonm of th2' war2. TVhe ser
geantI kept ai ledger., showhi,g pos3tage
costs, retaOined Colies oIf nil letlters and
usedl carbon05 copies to hlp1 ouit.
No Sympathy Due.
"Don't you thInk Mr. Blligginn Is
sluffe:'lr" from exalggelrated ego?"
"No," answcmeed Mi~ss Cayenne. "12r
doesn'i suffer. lHe enjloys it."
You can get your money back
if, for any reason at all, you dor
bring back the unused part of tl
refund to you, without questic
Th1- 3a:: Shzlls have reached
perfection in vvatergroofng, in Oi
in unIformity- n hat we can r
.a . A IF
Smokeless. and B1
Try The Black Shells, if you don't
get your pet load for every kind of sh
UNITED STATES CARTRIDGE COMPAN1
Come in and got a copy of The U. S. C
J. l. Copeland & Bro., Clinton, S.
W. L. Armstrong, Gray Court, S.
T. R. Stephens, Gray Court, S. C
The Gray Co., Gray Court, S. C.
ning cost; i
That is the
sands of use
Lauren;, S. C.
for The Black Shells We make exactly the
't like then. Just same guarantee with
e box, and we will
n, th-rice of the Js CARTRIDGES
Tfher : is no 22 Long I
state of cartridge as.
cc~i i:: txX~cE and c::at distances from
>ee, i pwe:r, Oand
t i t: ted J .) yar;s as U. S
R. A. Long 11i1fe
Lc Saiuk Cartridges. This
's 50 inic yards of ac
SELLScuracy tian has itherto
been possible with 22
Lack PowderrjI rin-lire ammunition
know them. You can oid bullet for target
ooting, in smokeless Q work. Hollow-point
41 bullet for small game.
Nw York, Manufacturers no ore Ask or
im aw orlk RuEE. circular C-93.
6.0 C. E. Cason, Fountain Inn, S. C.
. J. E. Rodgers, Fountain Inn, S. C.
3. F. McKelvey, Fountain Inn S. C.
Jones-Taylor Co., Laurens, S. C.
F1e posibl w 22e o tho
es f ode Boter
r, in very sate i