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State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Pursuant to a decree of the Court
in case of Sallie It. Sweeney Individu
ally, and as administiatrix bf the es
tate of Anderson tobertson, deceased,
Plailtiff, against Thad Robertson et
al, defendantits. I will sell at public
auction to the highest bidder. at Lau
The Quinine Tihnt Does Not Affect
Because of its tonic and laxative of
feet. LAXATIVEI. BROMO QUININE
Tablets) Ca he taken by anyone
.without causin g nervousness or ring
inig in the head. E. W. GROVE'S sig
nature oi box. 30c.
Sizes 5 i
A Good Pla
Men with money and
ability conducd our
We are a
member of th
System ,4 iD
of Banks'- -
Our bank is a member 1:
system, which means that
Federal Reserve Bank and
securities, w~hen we want'it
You can get your mone:
you have it in our National
Do your banking busines
consult us when you feel yo
We add 4 per
Make OUR ban
* he Enterprise
2N. Ilb DIAL, President
rens C. H., S. C., on Salenday in Do
cember, 1921, the 6th day of the month,
during the legal bours for quch sales,
the following described property, to
All .that tract or plantation of land,
situate, lying and being near Gray
Court, in 'ILurens county, State of
So'ith Carolina, contaiming fifty-two
--re ares, more or less, and bounded
on the north by lands formerly be
longing to Nancy Robertson; on the
east by lands of Mrs. .1. N. Leake,.On
the south by lands of R. L. Gray, aiid
on the wvest by lands of Bud Putnam.
Teris of sale: cash. Purchaser to
,ay for paI)ers. If the purchaser falls
to comply with his bid, the land to be
res-OIld on the same or some subse
(!Uent sale.Sday oil the same terms. and
a the risk of the forn.er .purchaser.
0. G. T IO.PSON,
J. P. L'. C.
Nov. 16, 1921. is.;it-A
W E N BROS. MARBLE
& GRANITE CO.
)ealcrs in everything for the -eme
'he largest and best equipped mon
(ntal mills in the Carclinas.
EENWOOD, - - - S. C.
to 8 1-2
;, S. C.
:e to Trade
ank of the Federal Reserve
we can go to our District
get money, on our approved
'when you want it when
~s with us and come ini and
tu needl financial guidance.
cent. Ins~erest ,
k YOUR, ank
C. tI ROPER, Cashier
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LANFORD NEWS *
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Lan'ford, Nov. 21.-The bright sun
shine has taken the iplace of the
gloomy dreary weather of a few days
MIr. J. F. Waldrep, who has been
Very seriously ill, is improving some
for the last few (lays.
Miss Daisy E, Allen, of Spartanburg,
camte to make a missionary address
Sunday morning at the Methodist
church. We were expecting much
from this address and were not at all
disappointed for we all know M1iss
Daisy as our teacher several years
ago -was well informed on all lines
and with time she has improvedl her
every opportunity and her most in
teresting talk was pleasing and grati
fying to all who had the privilege of
On Sunday evening the B. Y. P. .
of Friendship came with an intere st
ing 'rogram, which was very muiCh
eiijoy-ed. They also helped 'Mrs. J. W.
Johnson to organize a It. Y. P. U. here
which organization will greatly add
to the development of our young pec
ple. We thaik theI so much fr -' com
ing and trust t hcy can come again to
m11eet wit!h our1' band just started. The
ery inclement weather kept a , great'
many at home, who had plalnled to
Pome to this meeting Sunday night.
Mrs. .1. T. Littlejohn has returned
to her home in Scranton, after spend
ing several days twith her' )parcnts,
['apt. and Mirs. J. WV. Lanford.
Mr's. Stella liomar spent the weeh
Mnd in Woodruff with Mrs. McCord.
,Mr. John B. Haewmon, of Laurens,
was a visitor to friends in Lanford
Capt. J. W. Janford was in Green
wood visiting his daughte '. Mrs. R.
A. Wash this week-end.
f.\Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Garrett and baby,
Rachael, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Fowler Burns, at Barksdale.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Burnett had as
their guests last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
1. .11. Williams and family.
The following announcement was
ecCCived here last week, and iwill be of
nterest to the many friends she won
lere during her visits:
Mr. and \lrs. Perry Gay Hlavnaer
announce the marriage
of their daughter
ir. Arthur Lee Bowman
)n Wednesday, sixteenth of November
ane thousand nine hundred twenty-one
Hickory, North Carolina.
The nmembers of the Rural Improve
nent asosclattn are expecting a. very
interestin;- program Wednesday af
Lernoon as the children are to render
t very interesting Thanksgiving pro
gram and we all love to hear the
chlildren. We hope to have a large
crowd present as we are also expect
ing a visiting school delegation.
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*~ RfIDLES (HD) FIELD NEWS *
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'RIddles 01(1 -Fieldl, Nov. 21.-The'
rainy weather' last wveek caused much
dlelay wit lhthe farmeris sowing their
grain. They senm to be making all
efforts to meet 'the .boll sweevil
One of the farmers dlecidled he would
set some tr'aps on the creek banks to;
catch some muskrats. Early next
morning he made his visit to see whlat
his luck would be. Upon hi sarriva;l
lie found a crane that measured 6 feet
from tip to tip).
.Marriedl November 15, Mrs. Isabelle
Pool Garrett to Mi'. Drayton Rhodes.
M!sses 'Hlester Brmitton and Ida Dee
Garrett were the attractive guests of
Misses -Blanche and Madge Williams,
Mir. and aie J. S Todd visited Mr's.
F. E. ~i~obo, Saturday. Mrs. , Bobo
has been sick for several weeks. We
wish foi' her a speedly recovemry.'
Mirs. Hi. P. Garrett's fall lost week
proved to be a broken r'lb, which is
Miss Carrie -Rhodes was visiting
Misas 'Rosa Riddle recently.
iiss Car'rie Maude ~McCauly 'was
the Saturday nig'ht guest of Miss Jes
Little Marguerite Rhodes entertain
ed her cousin, Miss Blanche Rhodes,
Mr. and airs. Charlie' Rhodes .were
the welcome visitors at Mr. A. W.
Mrs. 3. S. Todd entertained the
Warrior W. M. U. Thursday afternoon.
Quite a number was present. Circle
No. -was oitzanized and it is hoped
that many more 'will be present at .tho
next meeting and 'will 401.p in this
'Mr. 'W. E. Martin and A. W. Phodles
wont .to Greoenville Saturday for med
:Mr. N, D, -Harlow and Mr. Oharle
Oarret4t spent the week-end 'with Mr.
and 'Mrs. .W. F. Burns, of Barkadale.
If your stomach Is continually kicek
Ing up n. disturbaneo; you foel bloat
ed .and ,distreused.; if you belcl~ gas
and nour food into .he rnouth, then
y0u need Mi-O~qa r'.tomach tablets,
* ORA NEWS *
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Ora, Nov. 21.-Although the weather
was not propitious, dark -clouds bov
ered and nature even shed a few tears,
yet one of the lovellest nnd most
'Prominent social affairs of the season
was the afternoon shower gifen on
Saturday last, by :Mrs. L. J. Blakely
at her home here, in beautiful coin
pliment to AMis sAlice 3cClintock, her!
friend, she being a Thanksgiving
'Mrs. Blakely, assisted by Mliss
Dorothy Boyd, received, and 'took
charge of the lovely and dainty lin
gerie, centerpieces, and many lovely
pieces of linen, known only to the
initiated, 'Miss MlcClintock being ex
ceedingly popular in her home town.
T roois -were bright with alitumni
foliage and full roses, none prettier,
where tables for contests were ar
ranged and the games enjoyed; itfer
wliclh a lovely salad course, pimento
cheese, olive sandwiches, and stuffed
dates and coffee poured by 'Mrs.
Blakely, from her -handsome silver
service, was much enjoyed. Thoseo.who
were invited here: Mesdaies J. Y.
liryson. from lKnoree, Pen 11uinter, W
M. MlCclintock, WV. M1. 1ry,an jvid,
McClintocc, John .L. McClintock, Sam
uel Fleming; iisses Linda, Janie and
T. Hunter, Carrie Fowler, Margaret
Byrd, Julia Finley, Isla Coleman,
Lizzie and Belle 'Craig.
These ladies gave the prospective
bride a lecture on "How 'to' manage a
husband" and wis-hed also for her a
long, useful and happy life with no
shadows drifting along her sunny fu
Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery Wilkins
visited liss Lula Fleming this week.
Dr. Hickson was here also.
The 'Presbyterians are to observe
this week and end up Saturday with
-Miss Finley .will spend Thanksgiv
ing in iMcCormick, her home.
A goodly number of A. R1. P.'s from
here, will go to Heidelberg Assembly
Grounds tomorrow to buy and see
how the lots -will sell. Representa
tives fro m all over our spnod will be
"Papo's Diapepsin" has proven Itself
the surest relief for Indigestion, Gases,
Flatulence, Heartburn, Sourness, Fer
mentation or Stomach Distress caused
by acidity. A few tablets give almost
immediate stomach relief and shortly the
stomach is corrected so you can eat fa
vorite foods without fear. IArge easo
costs only low cents at drug store. Mil
lions helped annually.
But the Perfection~
And the Perfection is
economical nowv for Ah~
curity Oil costs only abo
its fornmer price.
Ovecr a million families
mizing on coal by hea
homes sc/ectivel. They
whole house warm with
lar coal hcater and use
tion, "the portable rad
make draf ty halls, bay wir
living rooms comfortable
The Perfection supplic
For Constipated- Bov
The nicest cathartic-laxative in the
world to physic your liver and bowels
when you have Dizzy Headache, Colds,
Biliousness, Indigestion, or Upset, Acid
Stomach is candy-like "Cascarets."
One or two tonight will empty your
The Big, Smashing
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I DAINTIEST, DANCIEST CHORI
_f VE SEEN ONANV STAGE
Best Dancing C
This- attraction has always Ma
seats. The contract with the au
a $2.00 scale must prevail. T(
ageient has arranged for thli <
seats at $2.00, the remainder $1.1
Wednesday at Powe Drug Co.
MAIL ORDEIIS NOW. (AIDD
will get out in
will provide instant heat
unusually stantly, just where
iddin Se- when you need it.]
ut half of casy to carry about.
-tal and durable. Il
tre econo- hours on a single gall
ting their Then, too, the Pet
keep the score of practical
the regu- home, such as dryl
a Perfec. rainy days, heating
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idows and Hasrdware, Iouseru rnishi,
and safe. stores seil tho Perfection
. explain its sturdy constri
heat in- less wick adjustment.
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Ask .your dealer
about the l'erfection.
Oil Iheater Centest
rels, Sick Headache,
, Bilious Liver
bowels completely by morning, and you
will feel r)plendid. "They work whilo
yot sleep.' Caacarets never stir you
up or gripe like Salts, Pills, Caloinel.
or Oil and they cost only ten centa
a box. Children love Cascarets too.
Musical Comedy Hit
r Theatre, N. Y. City
1300K AND L-YRICS BY
HARRY L.CORT~ AND
G1O. is. '6TODOARD
ana Dancers, and the
horus Ever Seen
Intained a $2.50 price for th'6 best
thors stipulates that not less thain
be within the contract the man
mgagenent the followings Only 22
0, $1.00 and 75c.. Seat sale starts
10 PER CENT WAR TAX.)
you want it,
Nio fuel waste,
It is ornamen
t)burns for 10
m f kerosene.
fecction has a
u1ses m every.
ng clothes on
~g and department
L~et your denler
ection and smoke-.