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WHIED THAN SNOW
IN SEVEN DOS
New Preparation Known as
Williams Superior Skin
Whitener-Wilt Clear up Your
Skin, Keep it Soft And Fair.
Vll P sitively Remove Tan
Freckles in 7 Days. It It Falt
Your Money Will Be
This preparation is a now scientifie
discovery guaranteed not to harm the
most delicate skin. Williams Supor
ior Skin Whittener is the only propara
tion of its kind on the market. It is
tuick and delightful in its effects and
will not harm the anost delicate skin.
lie sure to specify Williams Supor
lor Skirt Whitenor. You can secure
the genuine Williams Superior Skin
Whitener at laurens Drug Co.
The Car Everlasting
N 'Ellis Motor Co.
Clinton, S. C.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE (Tablets.) It
stops the C i and Headache and works off the
Cold. E. W. (,ROVE'S signature on each box. 30c.
State of South Cairolina,
('ounty of 1,nurens.
In Court of Connon Pleas.
J. \\. Todd, Plaintiff,
Sam A. and Joe V. Williams, De
'uruiant to a decree of the Court
in the above stated ease, I will sell at
i iie outcry to the highest bidder, at
Laurens, C. II., S. C., on Salesday in
November next, being Monday the 7th
day of the month, (luring the legal
hotirs for such sales, the following de
scribed property. to wit:
st..-lAst of SWam A. \Villiams.-Ail
that certain piece, lot or parc l of land
situate, lying and being in the City of
Iaircns, County and state aforesaid,
(on Linin- one-quarter of an acre,
mor' (r lOs, aInd boiiild o the north
east anid south, by lot of Joe W. \yil
litalos. and on tle west by the Ljau
rcns Oil .lill anild being the lot con
yed to Sam A. Williams by Joe \Vil
lianis .n th 'rd of Novenihor., 1908,
by ded recorded in book 23, page 6:.
2n(.-_-.F4t of Joe W. Willians.-All
that certainu lot, p ieee and parcel of
land situat e, lying and being in the
City of Lanrens, County andil State
atoriesaid, containing one ariI one
fourth teres more or less, bounded on
the norti by lands toIw or' formerly
belonging to T. J. "ickett, on the east
and SoiitlI by lands now or' formerly
belonging to .l rs. II. G,. old, and on
Ihe west by lot of Saim A. Williams, and
Isauirens Oil Mill. .It being all the
pro01)per1'ty conveyeil by, Mrs. II. . Todd
to J. W. Will iamns, by deed dated the
Itht of May, I 908, whicho is recorded
in Deed liook 26, paige -12, ofile of the
('lerk of Cfourit fo:' said county and
s .ato. Any3 porson dlesiinfg to) bid 0n
thle ab 'ove 14r0W rty, othier than the
Pia intiff, shall be reit tired to make a
delioM.j with the (1lerk of icourt, of
not loe; ta -90 on eachi lot at the
'me of amni be(fore the said ltproety is
"gl ",f evidence of l'oodl faith in
uiay for' limpers and 1( Itams. [I' thli
s IS iindl to' Ir-5ohl onl samle or1 some1
lsubsequent Isali(Mgday on sameto teirms,
olrh !: of former ptrehas r.
('. C. C. P. an d (. 8., L-au rens, S. C.
l.A NP SALI'
Sfnie, of Ant Cartoih,
( onnr~t3 of La, urens.
In 'ot of Coimmon Pleas.
b'osert L. L.'wis, et al, Plaintiff,
i ienrmy IPosr.e et a!, Defendan t.'
. a it to a decroe of the Court
m the above statedl case, I will sell at
tulic OUtcry to t he highItest bidder', at
14au1reas. C. II., S. C., on Salesday in
Novembero next, being .\iond~ay the 71th
day oif the itonthi, din ltg the legal
boti iB for suchi sales, the f ol lowing de..
serj'Ibed pr'op"rty3, to wvit:
All that tract of land ciiitate, lying
arid being, nta tie Tiown otf Clinton,
in Jztrns County, South Carolina,
'ontitainting one0 hunredt' and forty'-foutr
tICres, more1 otr less,* and bounded by
lad of .lohn lI. Young, the estate
of Hi'rry 1t Hailey, dleceasedl, artdi Geo.
\V. Youn, *on the sottth by lands o'
(george WV. Y ottni and on thle west by
/ands of I,. M. I). Youtng. Theli sai(.
land to be sub -dividred inito two or
mior'o tracts andi will bes sold in suit
aa ite triact s anrd then sold as a wvhole,
tile itighest bidi to be0 acceptted. lalts
- f te division of saidl land 'wIll be0 at
th li 11ce of Ithe Cierkc of Court and
also exhtibitedl at theO timett of tihe sale
fotr the informtior of all p~atiels.
Tierms of Sale: One-half cash, bal
ainco to lbe naid tw~elvo months from
(late of sale; the criedi t por19tion to lie
SecuiredI by bondl aind mlortgage of the
lilurcttaseir over' the said premlfiltes, boar
in~g 8 per centt Iiterest fr'om (late, with
leavo to purtichaser' -"ny his entire
hidl in cash. Purchaser' to paly foir ha
petrs and stamps. If tihe terms of salg
arte not COiphied with, the iland to b):
resold on same or some subsequent;
saialfldy on saime termts1, at risk of
C. A. POWICR,
C. C. CI. P. and CG. S., Laurens, S. C.
Dated, tis Oct. 10, 192L 1 3-3t-A
DIAZ OF ITALY
VISITOR IN .1
Accompanied by . Other lustrioins
Leaders in the Late War. Given
Housing Ieception by Harding and
Washington, Oct. 23.--IDiaz, oAl
Italy; Beatty, of England, and Jacques
of 'B1elgium, allied leaders whose
deeds in the (lays of a world war have
written their names large in history,
came to Washington today to -be re
ceived by President Harding before
continuing their journey to Kansas
City, where they will be honor guests
at the American Legion convention.
The distinguished visitors were giv
en a formal welcome by American gov
ernment and Legion officers and a tu
multuous one by crowds at union sta
tion and along flag-bedecked Pennsyl.
"ania Avenue. They will be received
tomorrow morning at the White House
and before their departure probably
nWill visit Mount Vernon and Arling
E1ach occupying with his suite t
separate car on a special train, Gen
orazl Diaz, Admiral 'Lord David Beatty
aid lAeutenant General 'Baron Jac
ques arrived at 2:30 1). i. from New
York. The generalissimo of the Ital
ian armies was the first to leave th
traii. lie was greeted by Robert
Woods 'lliss, third assistant secretary
of state, representing the President
Admiral Coontz, chlef of naval oper
ations; Brigadier--General And rc
Brewster, w-ith their aides, and by
national and district officials of thc
American Legion and the cominis
stoners of the kPAtrict of Columbia.
Lord Beatty, with Lady Beatty and
their son, were then welcomed for
mally and after them Baron Jacques
-and his party. These ceremonies
over, Baron Jacques halted the of
ficial program to send for and con
gratulato the en-gineer and fireman o
the train, J. A. McCue and F. 8. Ma.
hartY, for the fast run from New
There was a fanbare or trumpetU
as the visitors 'were escorted up thi
train platform to the Preshident's
room in the station. Cheers followed
chlee's as tle crowds 1which jainlle
'very vantage point in the vast con.
clir re enlught sight of the aiiiet
The cordiallity of tile greeting ex
tended to him ill New York alnd her-e
General D)iaz Faid "gave the feelin
of assiur-alice of American frieIdshi ,
that the aims of tie two nationis wor<
SimiIar an(1I l t 0111 two nat ions un
d(erstood each other."
"That sentiment of solidarity will
-bring then to a common iniielest arn
progress for civilization," tie itna iian
Asked as to his visit to Washing.
ton, Lord Beatty said:
"If any human heing in any hui
ble capacity can Ido anything to hr
nations closer together and to comni'
their friendship---and onr friendshipF
are already being cementoed- -he is
perform ing a g reat Publiic service tn
the w'hole w'.orldi."
'[le admi:iral was enth usiastie about
Washingt on, dee'aring his visit had
giv~en him l a great thirillI.
"I1 am here,"' lie said, "asi thle guest
(if the Amierican Legions uni I
themii a d10(1 debt of gr'atitmii for ini
viting me1 to thlis coun itry.'
"We Blelgians do not admire the
Amriennams- we loveI themi," w~as th
ni(isge gi ven lby ron l'iJacrjiues.
didi mnu.h for ltilgfiuml. AmeiIriinr
support01 in cveryi wLay' miade ilelgimn11
feel inl her1 hir~i of peil Ithat she, hal
a b'ig-hearte, warml fr'iend.''
Whyii suff''r I' om a i back, from
sharpi', shooting twinges, heiiaaches,
dizziness anid dtistressing urinary ills?
Laurienls pe' ol rColnlineiid I ):min's
Kidlney P'iils. A-k your1 nleigh-hior!
'onuId you ask for st rouger prlootf or
merO it ?
8. J1. Avely. i-arpen1ter, ['.0 P'ark St.,
Sialrens1, says: "T'ioo much(1 lifin lg and
ordi work~i diV( ': Y0vea years aigo broki'
town miy health and bmilroughit on kidl
1ey trouble1. M%" 'luek felt as if a
viighti were' Jimuibg doiwn ini it andl
lizzy spoils Cenmel over me wven black
sjii'ks wonu( ldlapeacr bir'.-for my~* eyes.
felt so tiroid out I rci id hi:ridiy get
liy shoes onl anjd miy anikls biloatedi.
vas ne'rous anrd hadt headlachies atIliithe
imoli. My eyes weresi afferiedi, ioo. My
uidns:ys in't net right 21nd tihe seere
i1)5 were ighily i'olored andl pa infult
ii ;:'A::. Tilencrig ambiout I~oan's Kid
icy l'ills, I got somie andi t hey made
21c feel inuch he.teor from the first and)1
-on tinuedii use entirely enuredl me."
6(0c, at atl diealers. Foster--M ilburn
o., 'Mfrx., IHuffalo, N. Y.
To Stop a Cough Quick
ake HAYES' HEALING HON~ a
ough medicine which stops the coug by
aealing the inflamed and irritated titssues.
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
BALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and
3roup is enclosed with every bottle of
EIAYES' HEALING HONEY. The solve
ihould be rubbed on the chest and throat
f children sufferlng from a Cold or Croup.
The healing effect of IHayes' lientin g Iloney In
die the throat combined wIth the heat Iog effect of
jrovr's O-Pen-Trate Salvo throughl the pores of
the skIn soon stops a cough.
. Boh remedies are packed in one carton aned the
sat of the combined treatmenmt is 35o,
Just ask your druggist for HIAYES'
HE CAPITOL CITY
* IE'KO[ NEWS *
Ekon. Oct. 24.-The weather is fine
for plowing and farmers are begin
ning to sow grain.
On Monday night, October 31st, there
twill .be a Hallowe'en pasty and box
supper at Ekon schoollhouse. 'here
will be several different :phases of
amusement and the public is cordial
ly Invited to attend.
Mr. Floyd Godfrey and family, and
Miss Lily Mae Craddock, of Fountain
Inn, Mrs. Lou Culbertson and daugh
ter spent Sunday with Misses l0dna
and Littura Cooper.
'Mr. (Wister Cooper and family, of
the Mt. Olive section, spent a few
hours with relatives in our town Sun-.
0AIss Margaret McDagiel went to
Ware Shoals last week to take up work
in the new store that has opened up
Mr. and M1rs. Roy Culbertson and
little Martha spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Cu'lbertson.
several from this place attended
the big sale at Ware Shoals Saturday.
Dr. J. (,. Cooper and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. Douglas and children spent Sun
day [with Mr. Wilson Cooper aud fai
Mr. J. 11. Mitchell and children
spent Saturday night with .Mr. T. J.
Cooper and 1ainlly.
Mr. and Mrs. Jirould 'Check have tak
en up work at Ware Shoals.
When the body begins to stiffen
and r~rovement becomes painful it
is P'ually an indication that the
kic4eys are out of order. Keep
tbese organs healthy by taking
The world's standard remedy for kidney,
liver, bladder and uric acid troubles.
-anious since 1690M Take regularly and
'Ceep in good health. In three sizes, all
druggists. Guaranteed as represented.
Look for the nn. Gold Mod el an overy box
SowD agsp o (mItUOI)
With working c<
normal and mills
woolens than ev
you rnen and yc
this Fall are great
offered in several
Prices are shaded
ftainly 'way under
3 when you were f
$60 for sirmilar qt
And the styles
have outdone the
tailoring, we do
ever seen such his
* .Minter (
Don't Fail to Visit This Fair
The Most Successful Fair in Either
of the Carolinas
Four Big Days of Fun and Frolic
Four Big Days of Solid Instruction
No Expense Has Been Spared in Making This the
Best in Our Foqrteen Years of Experience
SPECIAL RATES ON ALL RAILROADS
Remember the Dates---Nov. 1-2-3-4
PAUL V. MOORE, Secretary
kn't Seen Such Values in Years!
)nditions back to
turning out better
er the values that
ung men will get
er than any we've
those of a year ago
)rced to pay $40 to
that's where these
The designers must
mselv.,s. As for
not believe we've
o.s Cash Department Store
Laurens, South Carolina