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Local and Personal Mention. 0
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'Miss Blessie Crews spent several days
m'ith friends in Newberry last week.
Mrs. G. R. Milam, of Greenwood, is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Davenport
for a few days.
Miss Mary Ferguson has returned to
the city after spending some time in
Mrs. It. R. Copeland has re3turned
to the city after spending s;ome time
with her brothers in Hamlet, N. C.
The Wednesday Club neets this af
'ternoon at 3:30 o'clock with .Mrs. 11. S.
Mlise .\lyra Steadman, of ('reenville,
esas the giuest of -liss Floride M -ore
for tle past week.
Miss Anette Kinigh, ai member of the
Colmblia high school set, returned .to
her home Sun Iday after a pleasant visit
with her cousin, liss Ploride Moore.
Mrs. W. F,. Barre and Misses May
Dell and i'dnua .arire, of (Greenville.
pl;uent Chbristimas day in the city with
Mrs. W. T. Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Armstrong and
'Miss Margaret Wright spent a part of
Christ:oas in Cuirston with their
.inter, Mrs. Stit0h.
. Itichoy , Jr., and -daughter.,
]iah, I t yesterday for Colimbia,
wiere' they wilJlpin Capt. Itieltey :A
(':tii .1;10 kSo!i. t
.l i 'iAl itn Cri ws has roturn d'to
the (1y after vlsit'w Mr. a11l A-ts.
.oh \\'. ('rew-; in Columbia for sev
eral da .
Al; - NMaldie( Man .l \se. ho gradui
a -s 4t !r .nun (oil( 1 f in .1111vne , h i ru
turmn-d 'o her 't udio:: I lti sperding
Ile lolid.ys iitih her l larenits, .\lr. and
Ail's. !. (. Jeo.ee.
After s i'n'din: the t11ihristtm holi
lays wilt omerroiks, .\Miss Alario
MahOni has returned to resuimo her
workl as teleher in. the l'opper school
and iiss El iabeth Mation as a stuident
at the Greenville Wuman' Coli-ge.
Robert Aiken, otherwise known as
"Scutl," has -decidel to postpone his
collegiate enforts for awbile and will
m-nt return 1lo Davidson college. In
stead he has taken up woftk in the
Laurens National Blnuk, whiro he Is
coiifng the surplus cash of its pros
Mrs. J.-I. Colemn and 'thughter,
Miss Eva Coleman, ha-ve returned to
the city from North, where the latter
has ibeen teacUing, :nd 'are nw ocCl
py'ing their homnie On Tiby 'avenue.
Mins Colema-n was .orced -to 'give up
her work, whieh lieemne too Attrenuous
for lter healt'i.
MAiss Floide Moore enteritained in
hotltr-of her hanse guests, Miss .Janette
Rl1tgh1, of Colmonbia, Miss 'yra Stead
man. of Creeiiville, an( Miss Ma'garet
Knight, of Laurens, Tuesday mvening
Where progressive conversation and
daticing was eiioyod. 'The house was
prettily decor'ated lWiti Christmas
d tecorations. About ter, o'clotl dell
clhils tefresrhmen ts vCre served.
Mr. -and Mrs. R. C. Richardsont, avho
moluved hlere f romt Pinewood last sutmi
mer. have returned to their former
home where'u M.\llthardnan could give
closer' attettion Io his ftarminag .Oiera
-tions. 'Teirt hotme on Farley avenue
is left in carec of Mr. A. Coke Bolt, who
will liveo there and look alfter his farm
in the coutry. T1hue friends of Mr. andI
'irs t'liliard(soni regreotted to see them
andio theitr fatmlly leave the city. Thenir
two elder' d'aughtetrs, Misses 'Maints'ie
and Margaret, wvill remain with their
grandfather, Mr. J. 11. Sullivan, nntfl
the end( of the sclool year.
Rt['NS FOl OFFICE
Mrs. Ne'ott Would Sitcceed Ilnie Hius.
ban md. Electlotn IIel'd Mootn.
Gretnvllle, D~ec. 29.-At the ean'nest
fiolicitation of literally hundreds of
friends throughout the city and coun.
-ty, Mt's. Fannie Davis Scott, -widow of
Prob~ate Jutdge Walter M. Scott, who
W~is killed in an automobile accident
last Suntday, tonight inounced that
'she will accept the olfite of pirobate
'judge to fill tho two yearm of her late
lmusbiands unexpired termr, if elected
bythe pcople at the spiecial election
to be called biy the governot'. Mirs.
Scott iwps assistant to her hiusband
das'ng the six years he served are j'dge
of probate, and her friendl con tendl
'that she is well qutalifled for the p!rnce.
If electedl, it is believed that shue .will
be the first woman county offcial in
Mrs. scott, who was slightly ina
jured in the accidlent which cost her
husband his life, said tonight that If
choseon by the' people, she would ac
cept the omfce chiefly as a token of
'esteem for her 'husband. Jier decla
'ration came after mutch 'pressure had
been brought to bear upon her by
nlewspapers and the public.
Farmer Loses ileavily int Fire.
Anderron, .Jan. 1.-Pat O'Neai los~t
his barn, corn crib and 300 bushels of
corn by fire. Mr. O'Neal lives about
fiveo miles swest of the city. Two auto
mobiles were also bu'rned up and some
feed stuff. There was some Insurance,
bitt Mr. O'Noal estimates that ie loss
will IJx4.eed the -insuranlce by about
Friends here of -Miss Dorothy Milai,
daughter of Mr. -and Mrs. G. R.
Milaim, who formerly lived a few miles
from this city but who are now living
in GrClIwood, Will be interested in
th account of her marriage to Mr.
Clarence Leslie Jenks, business mana
ger of the Morgan Lumber Company,
of that city. The wedding took placei
at the home of the bride's parents on
December 23rd. The following is the
account of the wedding 11 taken from
The G1reenwood Index-Journual
Mimhs Dorothy Sue 'Milam, of New
Market, and 14fr. Clarence Leslie
Jenks were quietly married on Thurs
day iiorning at cleven o'clock, Dr. X.
J. Smith olliciating. Only the Inimmedi- I
ate relatives of the bride witnessed
the eeremony. Mrs. Jcnks is a young
woman of ti usual beauty and per
Solail chal m, and was espeially lovely
In a going--away suit of dark blue
duvetyn with harmonizing accessories.
Mr. Jenls was formerly a resident
of Jackson, Ga., but for several years
past has btnII a most successful bus'
ness man of this city.
After a short briidal tour to Atlanta
and Jacksondilke, tht happy couple
w\ilIIle a hom!ie to their 1man 1y friends
C. \\are .\ldulen, a young Nariller .)o
Cold P'oint, and .\liss Ozelle Alurr1ay,
'of (reun'vood, were Imarried Wdno.
da., Dec. 29, at I lendersonvil.', N. C.,
.ii're the bride has been siwdinl
smili 1 tme with hor broither, . i. and
A\!rs. ath-lden ret urn cid hll 1 usd-y ail
were given a I'eptioll at the' grooli't
home at Cold Point. The bride for
thre years was principal uf the New
lI'rospect scho01, near* 1.au0rens. and
she I liopiularly known .in th. ee.
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Frank Axrcrom-bie, a well 'known
young man of Icllkory 'Tavern, this
county, and Miss H1omozelle Ilacknion,
of Danbury, Ga., 'Were nar'ied Thur's
day, Decomber 23, at the 'home nf Y.
J. Culbertson, neaT Stmimsomille. Il
inediately after the corumony, Mr. and
Mirs. Abereromble left for a visit to
Atlanta, thence to the home of the?
bride at Danbiury. Mrs. Abercromlile
is a graduate of Winthrop college, and
(luring the present 'session she 1has
been teaching In The 'Unity school 'in
Greenville county. Parie'lar she 'was
r)1.inckftl of two rural schools in Lau
rens county, and is ppu~ilailly known '.o
a large circle of friends in 'the west
ern part of the county. 'Mlr. and .\rs.
Abercromiie will rcs ide'in'Ole Iliekury
Tavern section, whvre 'the groom 'is
engaged] In farming.
The following aceun't of the mar
ringe of Mr. A. E. Power, 'of this ey,
and .\ iss Valma Esther WVhiiteside, of
Columbia, taken from The ('Cinlubia
llecord, will lie read .with much inter
est here wthere the groomn was reaved
and hais many friends:
A weddinig of much l'nterest wvas
that or Miss Yalma Esther Whiteside,
dlauighter of Rev. W. M. Whiteside:,
suplerintenident of the haptha hospital,
and Mrs. Whiteside, to Mr. Alva 11u
gene Power', of' Laurcns, S. C., at the
hiome of the bride's IJparents, 1329
'The hiouhe was dlecorated throughout
'tie lower floor, -the color scheme of
lihik and green being carried out with
vases of pink i'oses and decorations of
sthe~~irn smilax and mistletoe. In
a setting of palms and ferns, the cere
mony -was performedl In the drawying
room .tn the presence of a number of
guests. 'Miss Celeste Whiteside was
'ihe on'ly -'gitendant. She wore a love
ly gown uf blue1 charmeuse and c'aried
The .brite sentered on the arm of her
uncle, Reov ji. R. Whiteside, of St.
George. The <ceremony was p~erformied
by her father, the impressive ring cere
mony bieing -ned. The bride m-ore a
nult of udark lue~ broatdclothi trimmed
in 'black neal for, and a small black
hat. lier' only ornamnent was a plati
num brooch set 'la diamonds, the gIft
of the groom, and nhe wore a corsage
bouquet of bride's roses.
Trho bridegroom was attended biy the
best man, Rush Blakely, of Clinton.
Miss Sarah Powers, of .Laurens, sis
ter of the bridegroom, played tihe wed
ding march from Lohengrin and (luring
the cot l mny, Mrs. Charler, Todd
played Sehit bert's Serenade.
The ceromony .was followed -by a
Miss Mpiry Tolar, of Wagenor, and
Miss 'Louise Power, of L~aurens, pr'e
sided at the upunch howl. Misses Jo
sophine (Garren and Sophie Meyer, of
Columbia; Miss Valoria .Whitealde, of
St. Geor'ge, and Miss Edna Ihlume, of
Illackvillo,' served ice cream and wed
dIng cake to the guests.'
In the living room decorated with
pink roses tho numerous handsome
weddIng presents were og display.
Mr. and Mrs. Power left after the
reception for e. wedding trip, their
destination unknown. They expent
after their return to visit Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Power, 'the parents of the bride
groom, at 'Laurens, S. C., before- going
to their home in 1ua Gallic, Fla.,
where the Kentucky Military Institute
is located during the winter months
and of which Mr.'Power is a professor.
Mrs. Power is ar beautiful and attrac
tive young woman and has a host of
friends all over 'the state, and was edu
mated at Brenau and Anderson colleges.
Mr. Power, who is. making a success
of lhis chosen profession is a recent
graduate of Furman university.
The large nulm)er of liandsome pres
ents difiplnyed in the living room idec
orated with ferns and pink roses at
test the popularity of the younig cou ple.
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A marriage of wldespread interest
was solemnized 'hurisday, l)eeember
:0, when II. 1. G rifliti, a promin ijent
young in n of (aJnecy, and Aliss I unlie
Cuilbertsoni, the accomplished young
daugliter of Mr, and Mrs. Wade if. CuIl
bertsol, of Madden, four mii!es south
of -the city, -were miarried by the pas
tor of the i aptist cliiirichi at C ross
Hi-ll. \lr. ,nd .\l r. GrillitIi left at once
for an exteiled bridal tri p. 'Ihe bi'do
was a ,;tiidciit at Limestone Collge
and retuirned home (( jlst hefore the
holidays to preparo for the xevld-g.
The C('ulbert son family formei-. lived
at Watersoo anl only recently -em-ol
C'T COTTON COST
BY 31. A I NC V(A '
Allat m , Ga.- -A i.. r lt-ab. t-;'a
lllov iemit inl 1921 i. c.a 1 -
faime-rs of tlhe. Siuti are to 1a
safe, firm groilId aain," said I G
.iantiigs. l'reside!nt of th'.e gret " tw I
"It looks; as if we all wert rI.tor
crazy last sIrilg, lespite alt lhe *) d2
ger signals ndg and the disregs2:a
of plain facts as to costs of cotim'
production. W e hiave( replated ou.f '
1les of 1911 -and 1914 and piled ;1i
debts based on costly fool and grait
to be paid for by cotton tha't is 'iin
below cost of prduction.
"With fev e-xceptions thcie i.1e1m
of food anfl -grain could and sinul
(have been iproduced on home acis a
,one-third to one-half what the sippl:
merchant dharges for them.
"Cotton Is tile one best money crol
for 'the Snuth, and probably alway:
will be. The time of war prices I
over and Jhe problem from 1o1W O1 I
to lower cost of piduction and at th<
amne time. afford the cotton gritwer i
"Cost of making cotton is primaril;
tie cost of food, grain anid fora.,
ifor the farmer, his family, his Iabor
ers or te-nants, and his work sitock
Cutting food, grain and forage cost
by lome productilon will reitdn ( ot
'ton costs fron one-third to one-hall
"Plan t. for -,it abuidaice ot food
rain and forage, thu0s cutti ng dow
store bills, and the lower prices fo
cotton will not 1111t so mu11lcl. We (enn
not With European coiintrivs so thor
.O1 ily disorgan ized, reasoniably expwo
i prices fr' cotton for severl'2 year:.
andl~ we mu st maike cotton at lowei
cost, 'or' ilse (qu It cotton growing.
".\Moitt of us cannot quit cotton
'hence 'Clie ab1soluteO necessity of food
grain amd forage plantinig inI 192 1
tile mal~kling onl home ac'res nif (ever2
pou11nd of food and grinii needed to set
"In1 tis food priodiiution pirogr'an1
ttake 'h -home vegetable garde'n suei
ously. Gi ve thle homne garden a squlart
deal and It 'awill sti rp rise you iln thi
lnouint of hea(l11thfulI food produc 1ied. I
takes the leaSt. ground, ennul lie lanit
edi the eariliest, bi' igs qui ck it rtun
and if kept replanltd aiznd wuoiked illi
stay by you all the s0eason thr'oughi.'
SwVinex Breeders Tio M1eet
There wvilIlihe a very Imaperrtant
mieetin~g of far'meirE and( othlers int( r
eisted( in the swine induilstry aut ther
.Jefferson Ilhotel In Columlbia on Janu
ary 10th and 'llth, 1-921. I hope bll-u
rens c2ounlty iw'lll be well relpresentedi
at this meeting. This meeting wvIll be
interestIng as wvell as educational. On
accoulnt of tile boll weevil the cotton
farmers (of South Caroinai must 'praec
tice diversificatilolnoc' now than ever
before. In ordier 'to utilite to greatest
advantage the feedi crops that shiouild
be growni on every farm, moire live
stock should be growvn. The farmers
are not now produicing suimclent meat
for' thelir ownl use to say nothIng of the
mie-at neeed for 'the towns. Farmers
gener'ally should grow more and bet
ter hogs. Glo .to Columbia on January
i0thi and~ 1 lthm andl enjoy as5 'well as5 he
beneflttedl by the pr'ogram.
J. E. TRIEVATPHAN,
"TheII Farmer's Worst Enemy-Rat..
The Farmer's 119s. Friend-Iat-Snatp
Thiese are the words of James llax
ter, N. J: "Ever since I tried~ RAT!'
B~NAP I have always kept It fil thle
house8. Nlever falls, Used about $3.00
Worthl of R.AT-SNA'P a year 'and fig
ure it haves me -300 in chicks, eggs
and feed. RAT-SNAP .is convenient,
justt break up eake, <no mixing wIthi
other good." Th'lree sizes, 35c, 65ic
and $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by
Laurens Hardware Co., Putnam'.s Drug
Store .nd Knneday nro.
Bring your car to us for repairs. We work on all makes of cars
and take particular pains to see the work done right. We pride
outselves in doing every job "jam up." We stake our reputation
on it to get future business. Our motto is to make good.
Electric welding for automobiles and any other maAhinery.
0~~~J C.131 m
L ~ ~ a0u r ,s
1 ; S litl n III of I th- ' llhnd i lof tihe
11ANh OF W.E LO'10.,
4tev ed i iatlerio. S. I, at Ihe losit
41i hi IIsss De. :II, W!.10.
Jl! DiC~ I 10.0 -)u2.0
LI Ov i anI I 1 isco,:ts . . .4 1 10.1.2. 12
I Fuil ure1~l. andl Figures .. . .0
Hankin1g I louse . .. ... 800.00
:rs . .. . .. . .. . .:. 71.81
Currency........... ........ 1. ..
Silvel and Other Coin .. .. l 10i
Checks, ani Casi Itens . 36.20
Oth1r ltesourcos, viz.:
l Ahe rty '4oan Bonds . . . 2 :,573.; I
t Total ... . .$ 0,91-4.78
Calpital Stock Paid In . . 25,000.O0
SuIrpluis Fund. . . 20,000.00
U'ndivided Prolits, less Cur
reit IExpenses and Taxes
Ad . . 2,484.90
Due to H1anks and 13anikers 2,973.35
Dividends Unpaid .. .. .. .1 ,007.50
Individual I)eposits Subject
to ('heck .. .. $31,827.84
Savin. Deposi-ts 5.047.82
Titne Certificates of DI
posit. .. .. .. .. 31,i0.03
Cashi ers Checks . 1.033.34 69,1.19.0:
- Isil llayable, including Cor
Iificates fro. Aloney 1101
roiwedl . . . . .. 20,000.00
Total . $ii0,'.i.75
Stall, of Souli Carolina,
Countyv of 14,a1tr1,nS.
Beflore rue cale G. W. Euiller, Cash
41r of 1.hev above namled bank, wh.)o, hI
ing, tly sworl, ,;ays that the iloV,41
moll forcgolag st:t mn111t'll is a truiv con.
dit;on1) of .Faid bank, as shown by [lie
book8 of sain bank.
G. W . Fl ai,ll .
Sworn to and subsctribtd before mle'
hii: th day of .Janilary, 1921.
J. J1. ADA.\"',
Corre:;t Attest: J. C. Smith. T. .1.4
Andrsori, I. K. Aiken, Directors.
25 -1 tA
SILellen of fthe Condition of 14th%
Located at O ray Couril. S. C., it the
close of business December :11, 1920.
I .oans aid Discounts . . . . 180,G21.37
Overtdrafts .. ...........810.70
Ilonds alld Stocks O-vnetd by
tlt Bank ............ 100.00!
Furn II iure and Fixtures .. 4,928.20
I'anking 1ouse.. .. ....*4,129.25
Diu. from Hainks and Hank
el. . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. 16, 31.04
Currency '.. .. .. . .. .. 4,71 .00-1
Silver and Other Coin . 323.49
Chccks and Cash I iteis . 195.83
Total o.. .. ........$20,155.88
MlAR LITI ES
Ca pital Stock Paid In .. ..$ 50,000.00
Surplus Fund .........>.5,000.00
Inldivided Profits, less Cur- *
rent Expenses an(1 Taxes ,9
Paid .. .#..). . . ,319.88 1
Individual Deposits Subject
to Check . . . .$50,01;3..44
T'ime Certificates of i:e
posit .. .. .. . . 39,936.40
Cashier's Checks . 886;.16 90.836.00''
Bills Payable, including Cer
tificates for .Money Hlor
rowed G.. .. ........ 60,000.00
Total........ . . .... ..$209,l55.88
State of South Carolina,
Cohmlty of Latirens.
Before me came A. M. Owings, Cash
ler of the above named bank, wio, be- i
Ing duly sworn, says that the above 1
and foregoing statt'ment is a true Cen
ditlon of saId bank, as show n by the
boos: of said bank.
A. M. OWINGS.
Sworn to and subscrihed before me
this 3rd day of January, 1921.
.JNO. C. lI1,T,
Correct Attest: ,L. R. Hrooks, J. W.,
)Ieasou, F. 'T. Curry, Directors.
in 4 t MDayst
"LAX-FOS WmTI PEPSIN"M is a speclally- I
repared Syrup Tonic-Laxativo for Habitual (
Costipation. It relieves profhptly but
shotuld be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days r
toinnee regIular action, It Stimulates and a
Ifglates e Very PlIeasant to Take. Oan .
A.~iV H AN ) IT .'; Ia
Ii fe.w flv i;i:-;(i:
at e1ni s llit a r a it i. pt a
pai t h a l.d i laph rh dratio : V et.
tee a simll) bottle of' lavoplik to help
ANY CASIC 'weak, straiune:l OR( intiam ed
s. Alun11iinuin1 (!ye I cu ltlMji. Pu11
Il m I~hrug Store.
Sintemiient of the ('onitio on of tihe
Lot'ited lit, Ilureils, S. C., it Ile closo
of business fiecemiber :11, 11020.
ILoans iid Discounts .$298,284.02
Overdrafts . . . .97
l3ond.s and Stocks Owined b)y
the Baink 28,900.00
P l rnitire. and ixtuIres . . ;!, .0
flanking House . .1,550.oo
Due from llanks and Bank
Cirrency . . . .. .jojIo o
Gold .. Go 00
Silver and Otlier Coin 7.12.71
Cheks and Cash Iteis .. ;,16.;1
Total .. $.. ) ;,i ' I
ripital Stock Paid In .. .. (0000.00
SurpItII) s Fund . . .. . (,0 00
'ildivided Profits, less Cur
tent jI(pellsevs andI( Taxt
Paid .. .. .. .G. . . 1 ,21;1. P,
i .1 I' d 1'11p d2 ;:. I 1
I I d i iil 'n I pai . . .. .. 2,17.00
to ) ('c e k . . . .,4119,22 .s;
-;vings.-, )fo Osits 7I,109.2 I
ITiIllo C('ti lieates of I I)
Lashior's Cill-ks 7 7.t: t 2 S. ,1;2S.. 11
iTl Paable,' inlcluding Colr
tilienltes for ;\loney [I():..
rowed .. . 1.,0 .011i
Total .. . . .. $I0:1,0G7.p
Mtate of South Carina,
County % of I .a rI ens.
IleforC me came 1. G. Itali. (ashir
>f the above niamel bank, wh'1o, being
hliY sworn, says that the .above and
ort'going s'tement is a t.rut cdi
;on of .aid bank, as shown by ithe
looks of saitI bank.
1f6. G;.IAL .
Sw'orin to alnl subscribed before moe
hi; ;!rd day of .aniaiy, 1!21.
V. G. LANCA STl-.
or,'ect Attest: It. It. Terry, W. I)
iitson, .J. .\ lls llu ter,' 1 i f'ir t s.
No Worms In a Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worms have an un
ealthy color, which Indicates poor blood, and as a
ule, there Is more or I ess stonach disturbance.
ROVES TASTELESS CII. TONIC given regn -
arly for two or three weeks will enrich the bloid
mprove thedigestion, andact asa general Strength
ning Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
brow offor dispel t he worms, and the Child willbe
3 perfect Icalth. Pleasant to take. 60c per bottle.
Take notice tiat on the 29th day of
anulary, 1921, 1 will I'ondier a finni aC
ount of mfly ncts and doings as Admin
strator of the estate of Jane Presley
ecease(d, in (lie oflice of the .Judgre of
rt'obate of Laurens county, at 11
'elock, 'I. i. and on the same day
vill apply for a final discharge from
)y trust as Administrator.
Any person indebted to said estate
notified and required to make pay
lent on that (ate; and all yIersons
tving claims against said esqtate will
resent themn On or before said ditte,
Ily proven or be forever barred.
- A. C. T1,01M,
Administrator ('wIth lwill annexed).
lr-c. 29, 1920.-1 mno.
itat ions for Letters of Admni sltati
tate of South OarolIna,
County of 'Laurons.
ly 0. 0. Thompson, Prob~ate .J'udge:
Whereas WIck L. Garrett made sitt
a) me to grajit him Lettors of Admnin
itration of the Esatate and effects of
Thea are, therefore, to cite and ad
ionish all and sIngular the kindred
ndi cr'editorst of the saId Cloda Gal'
ott, deceased, that they be and ap
ear .before me. in the (ouzt of Prc.
Tae notie that onl thle 2-1th day
of Janary, 2921, I will rentder a final
account of Ily nets anl(d dng a A
hi inis-trator of the estate of Jane Pres
l(ly, decased, inl tie ofliC of the
Jdge of Probalte of 211tns county at
I i o'clock, a. mll. Ind oil the -;aie day
will apply for a final discharge from
Mv trust as Adillinistrator.
Any persoln Iidbted to said estate
Sliotified anl required .0 llakie pay
II on that date; andot all perso s,
hlavinig cigs against said estate will
;'P(vel tlem onl or hfol'i said da(e,
duly plrOvenu or be forever barred.
A. C. TODD,
With Will Annexed.
Dec. 29, 1920. .l)
-NOTIC' i A NULA ..N' EEi iN4;
Notice is le relby givel th:t tie n e::2.
AllllnIal .ctin of thd County ioard
of (o nmmis:iiners of' I.acu.s Couty,
S. C. will kw aohle t lurvls; iolIt.
'hme.- s. (., at Ilh( ()Ieisor' ,io
oin 'Ihurldiy after. Ow firs;t .\londay o;f
.111uary 19-1, bling the (tih day of
tilh llolith at, the h1ou1r of ten o'clock
;1 the forelloon.
All u'lrsonsz holilig clails or (de
m:n'i: of' :ily% kind againist the Conllty,
11ot. previouly15 preselted to the I Hoar1 d,
are IleIb liotified an(d r'equired to
file saille with the Vlerk of tie IBoard
oil or before the firs.;t day of Jaiary,
so that they ma.y be o(rd- 1 he plid
at the alliual meeting, a.s 1'rovided by
Don e at 11111es, S. C., December.
J. 1). M2OCK,
NOTCEl('l: ( EA, lISIATiof
Mule of South ('IIolilla,
illill if LaurenS,
Not is hIerey ,in that Ioc(1S
af Ritration for iti re2istration of
vihttors, for thle AluiiApal lum((-iol i
be heil oil Jau1ary 2., 1921, for 31Ay0.
of thet City of l'aurenvs will bc c-loyd
:t 12 o'clock n1oon. on lhriday, the 1-Ith
day of Jani ary, 1'121.
The said hooks are open at 21e Otimc
of the liders igned in Lanurels, South
Carolia, and (the prPoduction off a cer
tificate of registration from the Board
of Registration of the County cititling
the applicant to vote in a polling pre
cinct withii the incorporated limnits
of the City of 24l1urnlls cshatll be a con
dition prc'-requilsite to obtain a certifi
(--t( of regis;tration for tle .lnici pal
1'lectioll alld thc applicanit must Ie a
male citizen of th is State nid of the
llited States, twenty-one y earIs of
age, 03r m1ore; a resideit of the State
f- two yea rs, or mor e;a reidelnt of
(.! COun ( fI'or me y('earI, or Ior'e; anid
It IiOdelt uf the Citv for four 11101mtis,
o0r more; alld the applieant must have
paid all taxes assessed agaiist him,
due andot coIllectiie for the fiscal year,
IR. F,. BABB,
Supervisor of Registration.
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