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ACHES AND PAINS
SLOAN'S GETS 'EM I
VOID the misery of racking pain.
A lave a bottle of Sloan's Lini.
ment handy and apply when
you first feel the ache or pain.
It quickly cases the pain and sends
a feeling of warmth through the
aching part. Sloan's Liniment penetrates
Fine, too, for rheumatism, neuralgia,
sciatica, sprains and strains, stiff joints,
jme back and sore muscles.
For forty years paihi'* Qemy. Ask
At all druggists--3c, 70c, $1.40.
Clea Your ComplexIon of pimples,
Uacne and other facial disfigurement. 1
m Usreely Dr. Hobson's Eczema Oint
Elment. Good for ooze ma, itchIqg akin. I
Eland other skin troubles. Oao of Dr. I
Hobson's Family Remedies.
W. S. M. Says:
"Stevc Brodie took
all kind-i of chances but
I don't thir.k he'd drive
a car with a no-account
battery. HeI'd want,
just as you do, a bat
tory that can be de
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You wvill be interested in,
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tion, and why it is superior.
Drive around today.
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SEE EXHAUSTION OF RADIUM
Many Authorities Believe There Will
Be None Remaining In About
Some authorities predict that, 25
years from now, there will be no ra
dium left in the world. By that time,
it is claimed, all available ores of this
wonderful mineral will have been used
The so-called radium emanations are
supposed to be electrified particles
though just what these particles are
nobody knows. They do not seem to
be identifiable as any kind of matter.
But after being given off, they cease
to be electrically charged and assume
the form of helium.
Here is a case altogether extraor
dinary, In which one element is actual
ly transmuted into another element-a
phenomenon which has hitherto been
Helium was first discovered in the
sun. It was later found in our own
atmosphere, which contains a minute
percentage of it. Natural gas from
some wells in Texas and elsewhere
yields considerable quantities of it
so much in certain instances that, be
ing noninflammable, it renders the gas
less useful as fuel.
Is it to be imagined that all of the
existing helium was originally derived
from radium? Nobody can answer
GOSSIP FORM OF INSANITY?
City Authorities Who Have Dealt
With the Problem Are Strongly
of That Opinion.
Men and Wtuliei who gossip, said
Dr. E. IT. Bullock of Chicago, city
health director, cannot be in their
right mind, and should be given the
closest attention to get them back to
normal. They have been called "as
sassins of character," and E. C. B.
Jenkins, a psychologist and secretary
to the board of police commissioners,
Chicago, says, in the Detective, Febru
ary, 1921, that the neighborhool gossip
and the anonymous letter writer have
one of the nastiest, lowest and most
vicious forms of insanity known to
medical circles. Their distorted imag
Ination visualizes scenes which they
would have cone true, and their in
sane mind immediately grasps the
story and they repeat it as if it were
Gossip and anonymous letters, says
the New York Medical Journal, are a
constant pest at police headquarters,
but reports registered with police ofil
cers in an attempt to injure cliaracter
by these mcans or false telephonic
reports are a failure; in fa'ct, the po
lice take more pleasure in tracking the
informer than the one informed
Latest in Slang.
- The next time you are threatened
with a legacy, don't cross your fingers.
When you have on your best frock,
and want to keep the rain god in a
happy mood, don't carry an umbrella.
If you tear your Sunday trousers
climlbing a barbed wire fence don't say
. Of course you have to say some
thing, when you are surprised, or
pleased, don't give a hang, doubtful,
anazed or vexed. However, instead
of the proverbia.1 "go on," "damn,"
"Gemniny," "ye gods" and others, the
Chainese have providled a new word,
wvhich is being taken up by the smart
est buds from coast to codist, and the
beauty of' it is that you cani express
any emotion under the sun wvith just
this one word, "Moskee."
So "Moskee" it is now, no atter
what happens, if you wvant to be~ right
there wvith the last worrl in proper
slang. It suits any situation, do don't
fear. Use it wvhenever and wvherever
you like. It means just whatever you
want it to mean.
Useful on a Long Walk.
Nature's most ardlent lovers cannos.
enjoy a long tramp over hills, fields
andl country roadls, if a blIster on the
foot has presented itself. A simple
remedy, often marvelousiy beneficiat,
comes from the old country, merely
the use of a cabbage leaf. Cut a piece
of the cool leaf larger than the painful
area.4 Then place it over the spot and
fir down the borders with stamp pa
per. If the cabbage plaster is applied
flat it will not serIously hamper the
putting on of tihe stocking and shoe. A
wonderful sense of relief is experi
enced, and it is possible to continue
the walk without pain. Of course if a
little rest can be taken after the cab
hage leaf has been placed on the pain
ful part so much the better.
Where Men Must Marry.
An apti-bachelor bill introduced into
the Turkish parliament makes mar
riage compulsory for men over twenty
five. Defaulters, will be fined a quar
ter of their earning, which will be de
posited in agricultural banks to help
peasants to marry. No adult civil ser
vant may be a bachelor. Gifts of land,
loans, and state education for chidren
are held out as rewards for marriage,
with a penalty of hard labor for a con
-' Rank ,ingratitude.
'"The professor of political economy
made an inexcusable blunder in bin
classroom this mornidg."
-"What was itt"
"He asked' Snubbe, our star halfback,
"And Snubba couldn't answer it, .I
"(Certainly not. The idea of ember
rAssing thie greatest ground giner
we've had on the team In ten yers!"
state of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
In Court of Common 'Pleas.
Robert L. Lewis, et al, Plaintiff,
Henry Posey. et al, Defendant.
Pursitant to, a decree of the Court
in the above stated case, I will sell at
public outcry to the highest bidder, at
Laurens, C. H., S. C., on Salesday in
November next, being Monday the 7th
day of the 'nonth, during the legal
hours for such sales, the following de
scribed property, to 'wit:
All that tract of land situate, lying
and being, near the Town of Clinton,
In Laurens County, South Carolina,
containing one hundred and forty-four
acres, more or less, and bounded by
lands of John H. Young, the estate
of Berry Bailey, deceased, and Geo.
W. Young, on .the south by lands of
George W. Youn-g and on the west by
lands of -L M. D. 'Young. The said
land to be sub-divided into two or
more tracts And will be sold in sap
arate tracts and then sold as a whole,
the highest bid t6 be accepted. Plats
%f the division of said land 'will be at
the office of the Clerk of Court and
also exhibited at the time of the sale
for the informatioln of all parties.
Terms of Sale: One-half citsh, bal
ance to be paid twelve months from
date of sale;. the credit portion to be
secured by bond and mortgage of the
urchaser over the said premises, bear
Ing 8 per cent interest from date, with
leave to purchaser ' - -ty his entire
bid In cash. Purchaser to 'pay for' pa
pers and stamps. If the terms of sale
are not conplied with, .the land to be
resold on same or some subsequent
salesday on same terms, at risk of
C. A. P OWER,
C. C. C. P. and 0. S., Laurens, S. C.
Dated, this Oct. 10. 1921, 13-3t-A
COMPLAINT TO SELL REAL ESTATE
IN AID OF PEBSONALTY TO
State of South Carolusa,
County of Laurens.
IN 'PRODATEM COURT
Mrs. Mary E. Abercrombie, individual
ly, in her own right, and as Admin
istratrix of the goods, chattels, ilghts
,and credits of Frank Abercrombie,
Franliin Booth Abercrombie, and oth
Pursuant to a decree of 0. G. Thomp
son, Judge of IProbate for Laurenf
county, South Carolina, entered in -t.h
above stated case on October 15th
192-1, I will sell at .public outcry, to the
highest bidder at Laurens Court Housc
South Carolina, on Salesday in Novem
1er, 192-1, -being Monday the 7th day of
the month, during the logal hours foi
such sales, .the following describel
proporty to wit:
~~~.. ...... ..
Tract No, 1--Conveyed to Frank
Alexander A'borcrombie, and others,
Feb. 23, 1906. All that tract of land
situate and being in Youngs Township,
in the County of Laurens, and S4ato
aforesaid, and containing thirty-five
aad one-half (361-2) acres, more or
less, and bounded on the North by Etta
Stewart, on the East and West by J.
M. Gray, and on the South by Arana
'Bertha Abercrombie and Austin Aber
crombie. The same being the tract of
land allotted to Frank Abercrombie in
Tract No. 2-Conveyed to Frank
Abercrombde 'by J. 1-. Abercrombie,
Dec. 18th, 1909. All that certain lot,
piece or p1arcel of land containing
thirty-five acres, more or less, lying,
being and situate in Youngs Township.
waters of 'Durban Creek, County of
Laurens, ad State aforesaid, known as
being part of the J. M. Abercrombie
estate, and bounded by lands of J. M.
Gray, W. S-. Gray, P. K. Abercrombie
and others, all of which will more
fully appear 'by reference to a survey
made by S. 0. Anderson, in December,
Tract No. 2--Conveyed to Frank
Abercronbie by Hugh Abercrombie,
December 20th, 1913. All that certain
tract or 'parcel of land, lying, being
and situate in Youngs Township, in
the County of Laurens and State afore
said, containing 36 7-tO acres, more or
less, bounded on the Nort'h by lands of
I P. K. Abercrombie and .1. il. Aber
cronibie, on the East and West by
lue of th
say the e
Ssee 'em .
r-Quality Made It S
lands of J. AV. Gray, on the South by,
lands of Etta Stewart, being the. same
conveyed to Hugh H. Aborcromble. in
a division of the estate of J. M. Aber
cron'bie, which deed is recorded in
book 18, page 389, in R. -M. C. office
for 'Laurens County, the Interest. of
Mrs. Mary A. Abercrombie having later
been convoyed to the said Hugh H.
Abercrombie, by deed, which is re
corded in book 35, page 353, in office
Tract No. 4--Conveyed to Frank
Abercrombie -by (P. K. . Abercrombie,
December 13th, 1916. All that certain
tract or parcel of land, lying, being
and situate, in Younigs Township, in
Clho Couty of Laurens, and state afore
said, containing 35 acres more or less,
and being the same conveyed to Frank
Abercrombie by B. K. Abercromlb., by
deed, recorded in dced boo'. S4, page
55, in R M. 1C. office for Laurens Coun
ty, S. C. Said tract is bounded now, or
formerly was, by lands of Bertha Aber
cronibie Garrett on the North, by lands
of J. M. Gray on the ist and South,
and by lands of Frank Abercrom'lie on
. Terms of Sale: Cash. 'Purchaser .to
pay for papers. If the terms of sale
are not complic(l with, the land to be
resold on same, or sonic subsequent
19alesday, on same ternis, at rick of
0. G. THONUPSON,
J. P. 1. C.
Dated thli sl5th day of Oct, 1921.
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