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itation for Letters of Administration
.State of South Carolina,
County of dAurens.
By 0. G. Tbpmpson, Probate Judge:
Whereas 0. 'I4 Obats made suit to
me to grwat him "Ltters of Administra
tion o* tbelftate and effects of Mrs.
Marth J. Turner.
These are, therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
attd creditors of the said Mrs. Martha
.J. Turner deceased, that they be and
appear before me. La the Court of Pro
bate, to -be held at Laurens Court
House, laurens, S. C., on the 24th day
of August, 1921, next, after publica
tion hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore,
noon, to show cause, If any they have,
why the said Administration should
not be granted.
Given under my hand this 9th day of
August Anno Domin 1921.
0. G. Thompson,
4-2t-A J. P. L.,C.
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and movement becomes painfal It
4& usually an indication that the
&idneys are out of order. Keep
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In 14 to 21 Days
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The annual meeting of the W. M. U.
of laurens Association will be held
with the Gray Court Baptist Church,
Thursday, August 25.
Morning Session, 10 A. M.
Song-The Son of God Goes Forth to
Scripture Message--Mrs. J. ). W.,
Greetings-Miss Lucile Owens.
Response-Miss Martha Franks.
Roll Call-W. M. S. (Blackboar4,dem
Conferring A-1 Badges.
a-eertary and Treasurer.
lb-Chairman of Mission Study.
c-Presidents of Divisions.
Impersonation of Four Mission Study
Cour'es-Friendshtp Y. W. A.
Rtems of Interest from Chattanooga
Convention of W. M. U.-Mrs. C.
Reports of Standing Committees
a-Training School.-Miss Azile
b-Margaret Fund.-~Mrs. J. G. Wil
c -Personal Service.-Mrs. W. C.
d-White Cross Work.-Miss Ola
Address-iMrs. J. R. Fizer.
Reading of Associational Policy.
Appointment of Committees.
Election of %Nominating Committee.
Song-Make Me a Channel of Blessing.
Devotional-Miss Harriett Sullivan.
Auxiliary Ideal and Motto-Miss Vir
Roll Call of Auxillarlies. (Blackboard
Report of Associate Supt. of Auxiliar
Conferring A-1 Badges.
Dedicated Lives. Why?
a-Saver for Service In, My Aux
iliary. Miss A. L. Norman.
b-Saved for Service in My Church,
Miss Louise Dean.
c- Saved for Service in My Com
inunity, Miss Alpha Bolt.
d-Saved for Service to the Utter
most Parts, Miss Mary Lawton.
Bong in Pageant. .Warrior Y. W. A.
R. A. Hymn.
Roll Call of W. A. Chapters.
Conferring of A-1 Badges.
Spiritual Development of the Boy
Through R A Work.
[ake -Sunbeam Song.
Report of Associate Superintendent.
Bunbeams Standing in S. 13. C. Report.
Dur 75 Million Progress, by leader of
Report of Standing Committees.
Literature-'Mrs. J. B. Cook.
Braptist Hospital-Miss Allie Babb.
Baptist Orphanage-iMrs. .no. Little
Obituary-Mrs. 'R'alph Bobo,
Reports of Committees.
Ewlection of Officers.
Adoption of Policy.
MIRS. 'C. B. BOBO, Supt.
MRS. EARL OWENS, Secretary.
e on a tube
rry out the
i to' many
Jortes, Aug,. 12.--Mrs. Dr. W. '
Jones accompanied by her daughter
Mrs. 0. 'L. Graham, recently visited
her daughter, Mrs. E. 19. Martin, of
Hon. J. F. Morrison attended the
recent Sunday School convention in
Greenwood and the union meeting at
Mr. John Frank Hill, of Abbeville,
recently visited his -parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Riogers recent
ly spent a -wepk in Asheville with their
daughter, 'Mtw. Davis.
Mr. Ollie Ellison is spending his va
cation with his mother, In Anderson.
Mrs. G. W. Jenkins, of Columbia, is
visiting her parents, -Dr. and Mrs. W.
Mr. 'Ernest Mattison, of Atlanta, re
cently visited his parents, Judge and
Mrs. B. F. Mattison.
Our cousin, -Mr. Wilmot Smith, of
Greenville, was most cordially greet
ed by his friends at Ware Shoals on
a recent visit.
Large quantities of melons are mar
keted daily at Ware Shoals.
The farmers are fearful that the
boll weevils are materially injuring
the cotton crop.
-Large crowds visit Ware Shoals
daily to inspect the 'handsome new
store that has been completed.
'We visited Greenwood one day re
cently, and met swilth a cordial greet
ing from our warm friends.
iWe sympathize with -Mr. LA. 0. Gos
nell and family in the loss he sustain
ed in the burning of his home. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jones recently
visited the latter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Sims, of Waterloo.
Mr. W. C. Manley and his son, 'Mar
vin, visited relatives in North Caro
lina last week.
Mr. 1J. A. 'Hill visited relatives in
Abbeville, Level Land and Greenwood
Caipt. King, of Greenwood, is build
ing the approaches to Turkey Creek
-Mrs. E. E. 'Martin and sons, Frank,
William, Eugene and Walter -Lyles, is
visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W.
Dr. C. H. Burton, of Iva, is on a
visit to relatives and friends 'here.
We are grateful to our friends, whito
and colored, for kind favors.
Mrs. Dr. 'W, Townes Jones Is visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. Walter Herring,
'We are indebted to Mr. Jas. Hodges
for a nice melon.
We recently met the following
friends; Jas. Golden, of 'Pelzer; A. -L.
Compton, of 'Brewerton; \Valter Barks
dale, of Oklahoma; Sheriff White, of
Greenwood; Dr. J. 0. Martin and
George Culbertson, of Mt. Olive; Elly
Lee Martin and Robert and Berk.ley
Redden, of Owingsville; W. 'S. Knight,
of Anderson; Judge B. L. 'Henderson
of Gentsville; Jack .lonroe, of Prince
ton; Joseph Medlock, of GreenvIlle,
and John Richey, of -Pendleton.
Mr'. S. E.. Williams, of Laurens, Dr.
Donnan of lloyds -Mill, T. R. Blaolowell
of 'Duo West, and Joseph Sullivan of
Mt. Bethel, were at -Ware Shoals on
the 10th Inst.
* *.* **s * * * * * . . so
* EKO3INEWS .
Ekom, Aug. 15.-We are glad to re
port a nice ,rain on Saturday after
A large crowd attended the reunion
at 'Union Saturday. flverybody seemed
to be happy, shak-ing hands and talk
ing .with olM friends. Mir. Torn Odell,
of Anderson, madec a nice talk to the
children, and Hon.. F. P. McGowan, of
Laurens, madec an interesting add~ress
to the old soldiers.
IC'r. C. HI. Burton, of Iva, is on a few
(lays' visit to relatives here, and en
joyed the reunion.
Mi'. Trantham and, -family and Mr.
Roy Culbertson and family are spend
Ing a few weeks in the mountains.
Mr'. Jet 'Brissey has returned to his
work at Tigersville after a few dlays'
visit to his parents, Mr. and .\i's. T. J,
Mr's. Oprhelia Boydl, of 'Clinton, Is
spending a few dlays with the family
of Mr. Tr. J. Cociper.
Little Miss Mildred Burts spent last
week with her little cousins, Misses
Mil'weo Culhertson and smargaret hurts.
Misses Lidie Culbertson and Grace
Cooper spent Ila-t week with relatives
near Fountain Inn.
'Mr. Kelly Cooper and mother, Mrs.
Ida Cooper, are expected home today
from a week's stay in Greenwood.
Mrs. Mattle Burts and children spent
the week-end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. ik. C. Culbertson/'
TIeun Million Dollars in Gold Brought In
New York, Aug. 13.-Gold valued at
about $10,000,000 was brought to New
York city today on four siteamships
for distribution among various finan
eial institutions. The French liner
'Paris carried about $6,000,000. Other
vessels are at sea, it 'was said, 'bear
ing about $5,000,000 more.
"THE MONEY YOU DON'T HAVE TO SPE
"Honest Advice Is the Best
Ask your lunber retailer and he will tell:
FITS THE JOB" because the remarks
render its mediuin and lower grades in
investment-and you save materially oj
are sure to insist on "the real stuff," the
responsible Association mill, identified b:
, double money's-worth" of lumber value
Write us for list of FREE PLANS for farm buildings
and no substitutes" from your local lumber dealer-nq
SOUTHERN .'CYPRESS' ,MANUFJ
258 Graham Bldg.. Jack
.YOUR LOCAL DEALER wILL sUPPLY You. IF E HASN
The new sugar coated
Why, just buy
It's the best pac
Heavy paper out
and the revenue s
*age and keep it a
And note this!
improve the smol
that must come
taste and fragrai
blended. Men s:
Cam-els. are mi
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ND ON REPAIRS IS ALL PROFIT."
of All Salesmanship."
you "BUY THE GRADE THAT
ible rot-resisting characteristics of
Cot1r*7as "I Wdot."
many cases the very best sort of
i the expected cost. Then if you
bona fide product of a thoroughly
j. the above trade mark, you get
in actual service. YOU TRY IT.
-but in the meantime insist on "CYPRESS
)matter for what purpose you buy. Address
7 ENOUGH CTPRESS LET US KNOW AT ONCE.
flavored sugar Jacket around
peppermint flavored chewing gum
hat will aid Your appetite and diges
Polish your teeth and moist.n
OUR ID~EA in making
-the Quality Cigarette.
Camels and look at the package I
king science has devised to keep
and full flavored for your taste.
side-secure foil wrapping inside
tamp over the~end to seal the pack
There's nothing flashy about the
No extra wrappings that do not
te. Not a cent of needless expense
out of the quality of the tobacco.
-ful and exclusive 'Quality wins on:
smoke Camels who want the
ice of the finest tobaccos, expertly
ioke Camels for Camels smooth,
ess and their fredmfromn cig
rd fox men~ who think for tlie*s
PANY. Wnaton.Salem. Nr. C.