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SUMNONS FOR RELIEF
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEIAS
J. -W. FOWL1DR, Plaintiff,
against
GEORI JAMILS, Defendant.
To the Defendant: Goerge James:
You are hereby summoned 'and re
qjuired to answer .the complaint in this
action, of which a copy is herewith
served upon you, and to serve a copy of
your answer to the said complaint on
the subscriber at his office, -Laurens,
South Carolina, within -twenty days
after the service -hereof, exclusive of
the day of such service; d*d If you
fail to answer rthe complaint within
the time aforesaid, the 'pIaintiff,in tus
action will apply .to the Court for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
IDated March 15th, A. D. 1921.
PHIL D. HUFF,
Plaintiff's Attorney.
Please take notice that the original
summons and complaint and affidavit
of attachment together with bhe bond
In the above entitled action were filed
In .the office of the Clerk of Court of
Common Pleas fr the County of Lau
reis, and Staoe of South Carolina, at
Laurens, S. C., on March the 15th,
1921.
P-IlL D. HUFF,
Plaintiff's Attorney.
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AGAINST GERMANY
OVER HOLIDAYS
Paris, March 25.---ConsIderation of
the Entente policy 'toward Germany in
view of -her refusal to pay 'by 'May 1,
the 12,000,000,000 gold marks demand
ed by the reparations commission, as
the balance of her '20,000,000,000 mark
obligation under the pefce treaty, swill
be postponed for a few days, it de
veloped today.
The Entente foreign office, it was
stated, would wait tintil after the
Easter holidays to -begin acti've con
sultations on the repartion comnmis
sions report of Germany's refusal to
pay, and the meeting of the council of
ambassadors whilch had been set for
today, 'was abandoned. The ambassa
dors will not got together for 'their
consultations before the middle of
next week.
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In 14 to 21 Days
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Constipation. It relieves promptly but
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce regular action. It Stimulates and
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S* DALS NEWS
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Dials, March 28.-The Junior 'Mls
sionary society enjoyed a pleasant so
cial meeting at.the church on Satur
daf afternoon. A large crowd was
in attendance, including a number of
visitors. A special feature on the
program greatly enjoyed by all was
ithe solo, "In the Garden", by Nell
Harris, and an !Easter recitation by
Gladys Owings. At the conclusion of
t'he ibusiness program, an egg hunt.
.was participated in -bY the Juniors,
after -which delightful light refresh
ments consisting of sweets of all kind
were served. This is a growing so
ciety, and under the upervision of ,Mrs.
Florence 'Ropp, 'the members are doing
a wonderful work. Among -those
present besides 'Mrs. Ropp, 'were: An
nie Lou Curry, 'Hattie A'bercrombie,
Clara Owtings, Sarah and Helen Har
ris, Lois and Gladys Owings 'Louise
Curry, Mildred Owings, Ethel Curry,
Sarah Alice Curry, Virginia 'Hellams,
Nell Harris, Coke Curry, Jack Harris,
Lamar Owings, Gene Curry, Joe, John
and Dick Harris, Fred Arnistrontg, Tal
madge Armstrong, J. C. and Bartlet
Meeks, Richard and Gordon Yeargin,
H1askell Gray, Jr., Russel Owings and
H1. Y. Simmons. The visitors were:
Mesdames Sudie Owings, Eva Harris,
Rosa Meeks, tHaskell Gray, Conway
Gray, Julius Curry, Willie Harris, Jas.
Ormstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Curry,
Mrs. 'L. 'D. Curry, Mra. D. D. 'Harris,
and Misses Clara McCall, Emma 'Har
ris, Fannie and Sallie D. Brownlee,
and the Rev. C. W. Watson.
Mrs. H1. Y. Simmons is spending a
few days in Greenville, the guest of
'her daughter, Miss Mattie Simmons.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Phillips, of the "Moun
tain City" were the week-end guests
of relatives here.
Mr. Marvin Harris motored over
and remained over until Monday iwith
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1). D. Harris.
,Prof. C. F. Brooks of Edgefleld, and
Mrs. H. G. Nabors, of Hickory Grove,
spent the Easter holidays with their
mother, Mrs. I. S. Brooks.
Mr. and Mrs. Conway Gray, and lit
tle D3ial, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
S:im Curry, Sunday.
Miss Jennie Bell Watkins, of Green
ville, was the attractive -guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Amnbrose lolder during the
week-end.
A number of Epworth Leaguers from
Gray Court, came over and gave one
of their league programns in the church
here, on a recent Sunday afternoon.
The program certainly proved very in
teresting 'and was greatly enjoyed by
all. The puIpose of the meeting was
to organize a league at )ials. The
young )eople of Gray 'Court are sure
ly imbued with the league spirit and
as a result of their interest and help
an .T0worth League was organized
at this place Sunday afternoon. The
installation of officers rwill take place
later. The first meeting of the league
Will 'be held in the church Saturday
evening, April 2nd, at 7:30 o'clock. It
is earnestly urged that all the officers,
members and young. peCople of the
community, andl everyone else inter
estedi ini the success of the society -be
in attendiance and b~y their presence
and aid uphold 'the league spirit.
IThe Rev. C. WV. Wtson tilled his
usual appointment here Sunday after
noon, The "lmon was a forceful one
and proved of much interest to the
con gregati on.
Mlasters Tiillman and Jack Bolt, of
11 ickory Tavern, sp~ent. Saturday night
aut the 'home of their uncleo, Mr.. 1). D.
lirownice.
A godly numb~er from tis place
at tended( (lhe mminsrel shmow in the
i:den school auditorium Saturday ev
eninug. Tihe show ilproved quite a use
('ess andl a very mirth-provoking one;
tihe teachers, pup11Is and local talents
of that community deserving much
praise for "pulling off" such an en
Ioyale performance.
Mr's. Ike 'Willi died at her huome
here March 10t'h, after an illness of
several months' duration. 'lhe re
mainus were Interred in the cemetery
at Dials the following (lay, the R1ev. C.
WV. Watson conducting time services.
Mrs. Willis was a most estimable
Christian wvoman, having united with
he church at t9his place a number of
years ago. TBesides her husband and
several children, 'the dleceasedl is sur
vivedl by a large family connection,
both in Gireenville andl Laurens coun
ties.
Luke itielly Says, "The Rat fied Be
fore Rleachuinug tihe River"
"Since moving near the river two
years ago, wve've always used RAT
SNAP. Watched a vicious water rat,
nibblling at. RAT-SNA'P outside the
house. About 15 minutes later lie
darted off for the water, to cool huin
burning stomach, but he died before
reaching it." Three sizes, 35c. 05c,
$1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Laui
rens Hardware Co., Putnam' D~ruig
Stone, andi Kennedy Blros.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablets.) It
stops the Cough and Headache and works of the
Cold. E.W w. ROVE'S satne on acnh nhui. 30c
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HOLLY GROVE NEWS *
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Holly Grove, March 28.-A Sabbath:
School was organized 'at Bailey school
house Sunday afternoon, March 20th,
with Mr. T.-B. Brown, superintendent:
Mr. W. -P. Brown, assistant superin
.tenden't; .Mr. 7B. Martin, secretary. '
Mrs. B. 'W. Daveipot, of the city,
spent the 'week-end iwith relatives In
tihis vicinity.
Mr. Boy Martin and family, of An
derson, visited relatives In our sec
tion last -week.
Mrs. J. Frank Martin spent the
week-end with relatives at Anderson.
Mr. John -Finley visited his sister,
Mrs. J. Frank Martin, this week.
Mr. Yates Brown, of Spartanburg,
spent the .week-end with 'his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. 'Brown.
Mr.. and Mrs. C. M. Templeton spent
the week-end .with relatives in the
Mount Pleasant section.
The farmers .who have succeeded in
making arrangements to run their
farms are preparing for another crop.
A larger acreage is being put in corn
and spring oats. Some of the farm
ers have not as yet succeeded in start
ing a crop. Just so far as the lands
of Laurehs county lie idle, so far 'will
business suffer.
This is a trying time for business
men as %vell as farmors. Don't -blame
the farmer but encourage him and as
far as you are able. helip him to carry
his business through this crisis.
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Mrs. M. N. Canpbell, 328 Holmes
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and I felt lame and miserable. I had
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