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Take notice that on the 11th day of
June, 1921, ;we will render a final ac
count of our acts and doings as Execu
tors of the estate of G. W. Babb de
ceased, in the office of the Judge of
Probate of Laurens county, at 11
<>elock. a. in. and on the same day will
apply for a final discharge from our
trust as Executors.
Any person indebted to said estate
Is notifled ald required to make pay
no'nt on that date; and all persons
having claiis against said estate will
esentI lthem on or before said date,
duly proven or be forever barred.
G". ). HtmllH,
May 11. 1921. -13-t-A
The cxt time
yo--. L-u(y cailomel
The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are
nausealess, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain.
ed and improved. Sold
only in sealed packages.
Look for the
If you want to put an end to
If you want to know the
bni c.ry will come through wvith
cut punctured, warped, cracked
or carbonized insulation
If you're looking for that comn
fortchle sense of security from
You'll see that the nie:-t bat
tery you buiy ha~s the Willa:-d
Thra - Rubber Trade - Mark,
that means Willard Threadedc
Rubber Insulation b~etw.een the
Come in. We'll tell you just
why the Willard Threaded Rub
ber Battery is such a money savek'.
W. Laurens St.
* TEAtLY HONOR ROLL *
* 1Laurensi City Schools *
P11uils w-hose names alipear on the
Yearly Ihonor Roll made an average
each m1onth of 90 or more, and were
neither absent nor tardy more than
once each month.
l'i Is 'whose nanmes appear on the
"Neither Absent nor Tardy'' list were
present and on time each day Iduring
the scssionl of ie1110 months.
Yearly 4)114n-or itoll.
Carolitie Holmes, Nancy 'Meng, l
vnnor \liller, .\Iar aret Colem an, Al
lie G(.snell, Nelle .ones, Euia Mac
\artin, 'arah Ili~za S wy.ert. G0race
Taylor, Sara K. lBarhkMale, Fred Clif
toll. \\ att \\aldrop), Mlary Gloodwinl,
Sydnlley' I0olines,' Ittithi Oglesby., l'att
lilpot, Hilda -Taylor, Saralh Senit,
.ary C. Plower.
i lna Iticki nian. (hortruth Sexton, , \ il:..
ler .-\''n ent. Williamt l'o tr, l'er iti
\\'i htt Ida .\130 Iun uter , Edith f(el..
Iut, i:ion,(:e iler lo. z .1flotes, I -
-gar i obinett , iliarrI t Todd, i'artiha
P'ower, ('rgare (ttackwell. il 1eo
Marli- It ruc T n , \illiaahin
U:c-, hew I. .argaret \t.1 son , t aillian
Snoddy. Emily Taylor, A'itoinett
,r' Jack h hb ('. To. lSquires, .tl.
Ili-en \'incent, Ilert Kenninigton,
Charl 'iincenit, .ion l unn1wIas ' rodd,
Sarahl Itiddl, Louise Taylor, Mam-ln,
Ih)tom psot, hrs Crows, Jaes Da.
vis, D)ial Cray. 131e tn ilton, E nily
llt, Itobrt riggs. I tola .ay 11ung,
noule Cromer. Charles -; liks. .uanita
lIngst'>n, a'lor, t usan riggs, E-liza
Ianrens .l1l Sc'ool
lreelah ti, Ivi ervira CatonW.
Neithier A bsent Nor Tardy.
Ilitier Chaney; Caroline I lllomes,
Nane-,y .\eng, Mlarlon lilaciwell, .\ar
evret Coleinan, Elois Fiuller, NelI e
.olnes,g IllaMa 'elartill Jonisc Sith,
Fatra ElIWIa Swyg ert, 'llermlanl Taylor,
Sara K. larksdale, [toy Gastonr, Addle
1rmt Sexton, Sara Chiltdress, Sidney
Mlnimes, Nora Langston, Pierce lar
liin, Itauth Ogle.sby, .Whitnley Young,
Laure Kninedy, oIsotIse clCord, .lary
Kirk Taylor, arusilla Owings, Mair
geret itishiardson, Lila Itickian, ter
trlde Sexton , lerIt tarI v in rt Ia , \\'i
11a1n P'ower, laayton W-aldrep, I.;d:tl
llel atns, m lattle .1liller. Inez Motes.
Vivian Bilakely, lo ise .\tiller, lines
lartin, LamIar Calrdwell r l Roper,
Itgare Milackwell, I itlu .1n t :\iit
tie Io .\lartin, M ,rtha P'ower. Clara
Sextont, iY'iruci Ihll omi pso n, a \lllan
(irIePws .N\agareOt Wasson, tlahi 'alk
or, P'awnee \\':sonl. .\ary C:Ilbe rtFonl,
C1ini11a Irby, lllen i iedfold.
.\ltie .lBelle .\artinl. Boyce Taylor,
iarold .\litgoni ry, C. . l I s,
Jr.. I'vonlora .\iller. .\label Troll,.r,
e n incent Sarahl Itiddle, I-,: ' hI IIv
.\oor, C 1'ar I I e s \ineI.II Charles
Cr w . -,ik 4,(-iivitrallri Ira ,li l, lar
.\ld lck, . ( Ie Carroll .\ill r, itha
sextIn. .ary i<zabieth S iir -(.
OI,1 --l1-I. TOWN : --
icsure u lnde ad l- t
thr 'w a itnIwr1 on the I elebrtio of
powered Fredericksbui-g's citzens to
hold courts and administer justice and
it is this anniversary which was cele
brated today. Records, however,
show the city to have been the land
ing .Place of Capt. John Smith and his
adventurers In 1608, the year after the
settlement of Jamestown iFy the Eng
Fredericksburg was the horne of
George Washington from the tinme he
was about seven years of age until
he reached ianhood. lie attende(d
school and was made a 31ason here,
the Bible anl punch bowl used on that
occasion still -being in I)ossessio of
tle local lodge of Alasons. Hiis moci
er di led here and is buried here u ngier
at granite shaft that long bore the
titineton of being tihe only meu' -
liient in the rxorll ereted in netinory
of a wolitnan entire by womes. It
iwas the honie of oaoe \lonroe. fifti
pres(ieit of the lI nited States, and,
according to the (ecisAioni of a conunis
sion nainied by tle govern nenIt inl 1833
to cttle a (iipitte grtowIng olt of the
property left by John 'att .1ones, it
was the nly l0.g.vl home of the ftist
admiira of the Aicrican navv. lIIs
brother, \illiati 'atl, was a mer
oat of the town iad is buriel here.
Other notables whose lio:nes Wer ec
here were Commodore Alatthew Pon
tain ilattr, .\hose genlius matde Itos
sible hC laying of the AtIlanlIe catble.
an1(d Gens. Fielding ILewis, Geore
Veielen antd illugh Mercer. all o.' Rev
olittionarty fatnie. A iioitiient to Gen.
Alereer, killed in the battle of I'rince
toti, was erected here after a resolu
tionl reCcomniendin - it wa; su'bmlitted
Fredericksluig, durini tig the Confed
erate war, was the seene of *w) ran
guinary battles and a deva sEating
bomibardment. Witin a i umlis of 12
miles were fought the battles of
(hancellorsville, Bloody Angle, Spot
sylvania Coirtlouse, The -Wilder'ness,
Salem Church, iatnilton's Crossing,
Mine Run and other lesser engage
ments, and it is claitned that until the
worl(d war more men were killed and
more loo( shed in the area em
braced in these battlefields than cn
any other similar area In the -world.
More than 40,000 dead are burie(d In
the two soldier cemeteries locate(I in
I'tisuespp.;sfutl Aiteiipt Made to Over
power lieputy SheritY 1). T. Quitnni.
York. .lay 21.---Aii insuccessful at
tempt to overpower iDeputy Sheriff
1). T. Quinn nldll e i tscape from the York
county jail was iiiade at 7:30 o'clock
Tuesday evetintg by Johin Itdson, 20
yeats oild, awalitig trial on the chargo
of housebtreaking and bii'a'tRiy. Witn1
t'h lel( of Alex Chil iders, . yea's of
a ge, erving a three Ionits' sentence
for selling whiskey, 1I tidson's hold
(effort to r:a1 In is free(dom) was fruns
taltel, bit inl the imix-ui p DIe-puty
her it' Q inn sufflertl a self-ilnlietedI
iistol wounad in lte leg.
'Thle even('inItg iieal was belini served
antd the ollitet' wase ationit with -i wh"it'
lprisonie'rs, whe hietilt was attacked. I 'ek -
ing a favorable mnomient, I ludson ran
ito himit anid attem:.ed to thrown hunit
to the floor. Fazilitng in this, the two
g rappl ed fort a few tmottetts, aft er
lis tevolver't anRd at temptd toIt shoot
his anitaert.tlst. As lhe pulled thel trig
j; r, he ' ever, his htandt wa~s w re'sted
pIttrted t' fleshly iotten of his upo
per' le;;, inilllet ing a fainiful. bti Riot
d:taes wound. Still tightitng furi
(iusly', the two tri;,ltd (overi a disin
ft'-tantt tant atn:l fell, wheri tutn Alex
alnd II udsoni was ioonlt sub duetd.
Thre: tmmli tvidRite that :.niother
e! Iludson, but. htli~s nierve faibt!
w'ais to strikt It' o! li('t'r I the hed
a' f!n:rid itputy Qinn, ii it at. liatt
ran wvas un'aiblt' t: d:>wn, lt' tPslk
oil -er 'h' 'Ku tm. otf the ts pran
(lrs wae:: awry. ltludon a~ nle-t
I;:thlit', whoit alit reaid' :att af lbck
atcetasd of brrakbinge it>al a~ tihlin
a barbit i' .,hop th< Re.
2rig~ht eyes, a clear ski and a body
i.:ll of youth and hea~h m'y be~
,y wr2 if you will koe your syste~m
n order by reg~ulari~ tu n'g
sa wc: ;d'tiii ander ' rre".7 fohr LI'aoy,
vor i~de on~i uirioc cid tr'oubleso, the2
enemrt'Ion c: lifo r~nd loa'.a. l.i 'ma doe
C96. All trnqginsaa, thre soize:. .
: -o o nr a Gektza Mo.lon a r
No Worms in a Healthy ChUd
All children troubled with Worms have en un
healthy color, which indicates poor blood, and as a
rule, there Is more or I ess stomach distirbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given regu
larly for two or thrco wecks will enrich the blood,
Improvethedigestion, and actas ageneralStrength
ening Tonioto the whole system. Nature will then
throw off or dispel the worms, and the Child willbo
io perfect health. Pleasant to take. 60o per bottle.
QuIelkly relieves Con stipti loll, 1111.
Iou'.ness. I.OSS of .A ppetite and Iead.
ehes, (1 die to Torpid -Liver.
Gi0 0DR I C
At City Filling Stati
A pipe wc
tongue if y~
Prince AlIbertre A1
pound cr"a "!l|s. fre
e e the
1. e tt
OWEN BROS. MARBLE
& GRANITE CO.
Dealers in everything for the -emo
The largest and best equipped mon
umental mills in the Carolinas.
GREENWOOD, - S.. C.
H TIRES REDUCED
) Per Cent
lways have your size
nd style in stock.
mnizing of the Better Kind"
>n Oldest-- Strongest-- Best
"Made in Tampa"
m 10 Cents to 3 For 50 Cents
butors Greenville, S. C.
n't burn your
>u smoke P. A.!
~et that oipe-party-bce buzzing in your smoke
ion! Kn w for a fact what a joy'us jimmy pipe
and will do for your peace and content! Just
zk up the men in all walks of life you meet daily
certainly get top sport out of their pipes-all
>W with fragrant, delightful, friendly Prince
Lfnd, you can wager your week's wad that Prince
ert's quality and flavor and coolnes-and its
adomi from bite and parch (cut out. by our exclu
patented process)-will ring up records in your
le old smokemeter the likes of which you never
re could believe possible!
~ou don't get tired of a pipe when it's packed with
nce Albert! Paste that in your hat!
Lnd, just between ourselves! Ever dip into the
rt of rolling 'em? Get some Prince Albert and
makin's; papers-quick--and cash in on a ciga-.
c th:' wl prcve a revclation!.
the national jm, ..mk'