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FINA.L SETTL.NEN ]
Take notice that mi thi ,14t day of
Janui'ry, 1924, I id' pl' a~lnal ac
co'nlof ny:act a-d'ddga.4Admin
istrator of the estate of '. V. Garrett
deeased, In the office of the Judge of
Probate of Lauirens oatily at 11
o'dlock, a. in. and on li samie day
will apply for a final 'llsrge from
my-trust as Administrator.
Any person Indebted 1o said estate
is notified and required to make pay- 1
mont on that date: and all pwsons
having claipis against said estato will
present them on or beforo said date,
duly proven, or be. forovor barred.
' .M. A, {iA.RFWO1T.T
Adminitrator.
Decemjb r 141, 1921. 22-: l-A
TRY IT
COULD ANY OFF
-Neglect Br
Why Do You Let Y<
den When WA(
Make It a
PROOF FROM A
STOMACII ''l'IOUBLE
1. 1-. B:. lroach, who's address is
Ia)nockbuirn, S. C., Route 1, calledl al
WNEo 'Tonic Store and said: ".My wifejt
ha .been a siifferer With indligestion
and, other stomach trouble, was nerv-%
olj.hilad lost her' appetite, gotten thill i
hti pains in back and linibs. She
lis. d t.wo battles of Waco Tonic, gained
t -'J>Smnds in weight, appetite now
Cgood. Waco TIonic is the best medi
ei'ne r ever used."
Mr. Bronson Gibson, who is enploy
ed in the A. C. L. It. It. shops inl Flor
leic, S. C., said to the Dlemonstrators
of WACO TONIC:
"Gentlemen: I had been down for
some time with lheumatism; had to i
give uip 1m1y job;, could not even stand"
onl my feet without a crutch oi. stick.1(
I suffcered agonies and had given iip)
all hope of ever being well again. A
friend told me of WACO TONIC andi
how it was cu1ing people. I havo nowlt
used ; lbottles an( amni well; weit baLcl I
to work after using : bottles. I la ve
gaineml 25 polldlls inl weight an(1 never
Felt better1 in 11my life." I
ID)N.EY TIimI.lE
'Mr. .1. C. Corley, T6ome, (1a., gives his %
experience. Ile says: "I silTered (
from one of the most serious and ag
gravated conditions of the kidneys.,
For the last tel years I have been a
continual sufferer with 1my back. Some r
times it felt like some one was driving 1
an iron spike~ into my kidneys.' Often (
I had to pull myesif up when I was sit- I
ting and desired to rise. My back was '
neyer easy at any time but worse at f
times than others.
"I would be distiur'bed from eight to t
tell times at night. Could lot hol( mly
urine. I was just. siiply ill a 1serous I
conld,l,tion; looked as if' I did not have
long ..for this world.( I had1( sp!ent ove(r 1
a t umsantl e -sig's withi no resulIts;:,
was'gd(visedl t tthe hospitad .wp the I
last hope. * I
YOUNG PEOP
Our celee t3 a rnemr
"Tooebd 'rh i. n
* wan't seo t wirt. 7:w.
Bute an (1 tet ana
makene at oplce.ne
"TTHEa WOOD
oan 't i usd tat rt.
beotering with th
Bout quickly Jot n
with allpressaceme
BYTHE GRADT
gtads makin exache r
thne fac givst that bsp<
rotted woo withl o wer
Wrute quoisl of Just k
withor Cypres your"
BUYRLOA THELE GRADE STH
FINVEorUmanyPREdd jobs ofK
INTUCKY JAIL.
ATACKED BY NEI
ne .outh. iled' and Two .WdWei
'Wounded.' Trioes Aid Posile.
Jackson, Ky., Dec. 10.--State tioop
tgain are on the anarch in Kentuck)
i detachment of national guardsmej
'rom Whiesburg and Hazard arrive
iere late tonight and will' leve 'a
lawn Sunday for .the Lost Creek see
.Ion of Dreathitt county to join I
;horiff's .posse in a search for nin<
non ,who early today killed one yout
mnd probably fatally wounded tw,
vomen in an attempted jail deliver
erc.
The guardsmen were ordered out to
PREE3B
ER BE FAIRER?
'tugs Ruin
our Life Be a Bur.
0 TONIC Will
Pleasure?
LL OVER DIXIE
"I tried every kidney Illedicine
ould hear of and had the best medica
kill to treat men. but did not even go
epllorary relief. I bought three -bot
les of your WACO TONIC and I sa:
hat it is one real medicine. Now
ust feel I am a new man. I just can'
ay enough about your WACO TONIC
am praising it everywhere I go, an
rant you to publish It. to the worl<
bout the wonderful beneilt I have de
ived from use of WACO TONIC."
k 27-FO0T TAPE' WOl.M FROM
0' YEMl OLD H D
Mrs. 1'. F. Smiith, rryville, Ga.
a mie to oilr store, bought one hottle o
.VACO TONIC for her little six yea
4d daughter, used it live days and b,
ts use discovered her child was suffer
ng with a deadly tape worm. So oi
ast Friday, the 23rd inst.. she gave th<
rild three doses of WACO TAIPE
VORM RiGINDY and she expelled .
5-foot tape worm. To say this homi
vas made happy is not giving it jus
ice.
Also Mr. A. T. Tidmoi, who live!
t Summerville, Ga., brought us a bot
le containing a dozen or two of larg
tolmach worms from hIW Il le 2 1-:
*'ar old( child. expelled trom tile us1
if six doss o \ W'C' TONIC.
All these and hundreds of othei
vor Ims we now have on exhibition a
oir store, Laurens, S. C.
A GENUINE TEST OF ITS mEtIT
It is all easy thing to advertise ,
lediIlne, but It is differenit to prove i
y actual test. We Prove Our Everi
liim for WACO TONIC. We givi
'REE SAMPLES EVERlY DAY A'l
'l1E STORE, or ell theip $1.00 Bottle,
or 65c, 3 for $1.50. - Bottlies To'
2.75. 6 Hottles. it Full Tre'atment
miranteed to Satisfy or Money Back
nllIe PrIce at Pitnm's Drug Store
,alurens. S. C.
WACO liEI1DY CO., ADlVEILTIS,
NE. STORlE. 112 SULLIVA N STltihET
T STl OPPOSITE RLEAltI END 1OF 0I01
LE, ATTENTION! rza '.s %.-;"?~
ber of the Natinal Assoelation. of Acere liter comn
eC I'aaife~I stat,Ij-the stronigest Chatin of achiools in
SPARVTANBURO, S, C
E)I Cli'lt'sS ANDII) l itil IFOR AK21Ps."
Vood Eternal'
?hen we wouldn't
is fixing up job."
ext best thing and
ts of
tESS
ETERNAL"
epair 'job the last
>t. Why rep lace
ood that will rot
eep in mind that
build for keeps.'"
AT FITS- THE JOB.
repairing= the lower
king . Knovgledge of
rs an .advantage over
some hum ber. ' You
.ANS for farm buildings.
i5'Assn. " Ti*
li. , m
PWyAtfbNCE.
day bthy GoVerfior Wforfow attdr a band
I of mountaineers had attacked the
Breathitt. county ja't in an effott to
tlierate pr isonae t iy hought incar
cerated there. The prisonel's,, three
i under life sentence, had been reinoved.
Appearing at the Jail resideice about
1 2:30 o'clock this morning they de
manded the prisoners. Oscar Allen,
t Reputy Jailer, answered the nen by
throwing the jail keys into a dark
room and dropped when they started
3 firing. His mwrife and sister, Miss Mag
I gie Allen, came out of their rooms and
3 Mrs. Allen stepped in front of her hus
band, whom she thought wounded or
dead. She was shot down, as was her
sister. Albert Roberts, 21 years old, a
nephew of Jailer A. A. Al'len, then ap
peared and start&d shooting n't the
men. -They returned the fire, fatally
wounding him.
Without making any attempt to
search the jail, the band of men de
liaittd.
Mv'rs. Allen, who, it was erroneously
reported today, had died; is in a crit
ical condition. 1Her sister-in-law ils
sufferin:g from four bullet iwounds.
This afternoon Mrs. Allen gave ofill
cials the names of three alleged mem
bers of the gang and 'warrants have
been issued.
Fearing a probable attempt 'to free
the prisoners, Jailer Allen took them
to the Clark county Jail at Winchester,
Ky., Friday.,
Jackson is quiet tonight.
*i. LANFORD NEWS *
Lanford, Dec. 12.-The Ilfuptist
church met in conference Saturday .af
ternoon and extended a unanimous
call to Dr. Graves [L. Knight to the
pastorate. It is sincerely hoped that
he will accept the call and that the
- relation will -he a great blessing to
both pastor and people.
The I. Y. P. U. will meet with the
iresident, 3Miss Ruth 'Cooper, next
Wednesday night.
f The rural .improvement association
will meet Friday afternoon, Dec. 10,
and make arrangements about the
Christmas entertainment next week.
3 Capt. J. W. Lanford made a visit to
Greenwood to get a glimpse of the fa
mUous French gene'ral, Foch, last week.
-f1I also made a visit to the Baptist
State Convention at Greenville Tues
day and Wednesday.
lis. Anna Cwensby and little son, ot
Waodruff, spent the week with her
sister, Mrs. flob Willard. -
-Mr. and Mrs. Oscar liames, of Lau
rens, ..e nt Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
S. 'W. Prince. Mrs. 'lames, their
mother, went back home with them;
r\Ir. and Mrs. H. C. Garrett and little
Rachael went to Greenville Sunday .tq
spend the . day .'with Mr. And 'Mrs
Frank 'Cox.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Williams anil
Miss. Lettha ,Williamns. spent Friday
with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gai'rett.
Mr. B. W. Johnson and fany!ly and
Lir. Vance Johnson were guests of
their .parents, i'. and Mirs. J. I. JohT
son, recently. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Will .Prince and famn
. 1y were visitors in Laurens this
week-end.1
Mir. J. B. Harmon, of Lauredis, 'was
a guest of friends here Sunday.
Mr's. C. L~. Waldrep and Mr's. J. R.
Patterson were Christmias shoppers
at l-turens Friday.
.\r. and Mirs. Taimnage Patterson vis
ited rehltives in Fountain Inn this
wee'k-end.
.\v. J. W. Johnson, who is at wvork
in H onea Path, spent Sunday with his
homoefolks.
Mr. and .\irs. B. Fitz. Lanford, of
WVoodruff were the guests of Mr'. a.ndl
Mrs. (G. J. L.anford, recently..*
.Mi'. Mel 1'leiming is Spenldiig the
winter with his daughter, .irs. TPhomias
'Cr'ouchl, at Leesville.
Hrieakcs uip a cold -in six houirs; noth
ins ies -quicker relief in coughs
.adcolds than Hlyomel. (Goes right
to the spot and kills athe germs. Money
b~ack if~it fails. Laurnn Drmug Co.
Play at Lisbon School
"if I Only l lad a Mfillion" will 1)0
given by "' lhe IBermuda Comedy Play
ers' st 'L~sbon school Dec. 23, 1921, 'be
ginning 'at '1:30. Admiispion .will be .
15c and 25c. The ipublic ia invited,
The Quinine That Does Not Alliect -~
tite Head
Because of its tonic anid laxative ef
feet. TJAXATIVE ~BOMO QUININ'ID
(Tablets) can be taken eby anyone
*without. causing nervotasness or ripg--a
ing in the head. E. W. GROVE'VS sig
nature on box. S0c.
666 is a prescriptioh for Colds. Feve*r
and LaGripp e. It's the most pedy
remedy we know.
intelligence of Animals.
."Sogne animals," wrote -the. smal
boy in his composition on the above
subject, ". , mhore intelligent than
others. I once Vawv a talking horse
ati tihe cirejis, and father sa)is'there
wgr spellijig - bea :when 'he was .,
y~oung. The .nly..'b~es,.1 i(ve. moet so 4
far' are the atingitig kind." *. --
*Laurens DrugdA~. guaantee8'MidO
Na stomach tabletu to pretnvtly re
lieve aftter dinner distress and indi
e~stion Or 'fn9O07 bace
OVERSTOCI
The way in which we ha
andise during this over-stocke
ively that the values we are ofl
ly to ladies of Laurens. Th
ing is of the quality that is
shrewd shoppers as high gri
much below the average. BI
well as present needs, is gooc
new holiday merchandise is
sale prices.
Ladies, WVool sport' Hfose,, per pair ..98c
Ladies' Outing (lowns, e ..-ch ....... .Wo
1IhIv Bird Iatiste, per yard .... ....26c
Children's 'lIuster Brown Hose, pair ..19c
Alen 's Lisle Hose, all colors, per pair. .25c
Give Only Useful, Service
This Ch
SHOP I
COH
"The Store of I
e 25 PER C
ALL JE
SOLOMON SAYS:
~ Don't be misled this
Xmas Gifts by sale a
know that a merchant
and sell goods below c
hire and 'auctioneers.
wroing somewhere, ai
erally the goat.
~ The holiday seatson is
to buy a present in jea
stock of jewelry on h
prices---good goods tih
cent reduction.' Not I
want me to do thiat---I
of profit; enough to i
tbusineis and continu4
future as in the past.
William
h et.
*A l..
-~
EI S..
SED SAt.-4
e isold quantities of Ld
d sale has proven ecot
:ering-have appealed'it6n
e merchandise we aiesel..
instantly recognized by the'
ide, but with the sale prices
.ying now for future use, as
I business foresight.- Fresh,
being constantly added. at
Men's Wool Sport I lose. por Iir . ...50C
44-i. nch Wool Oream Serge, per yard; $1.25
Ladies.' $4.00 Glove Silk Iose, pair $295
$18.00 Tricotine Dres-ses, each ... ...$9.95
iadies' $1.00 Pure Silk Hose, pair . .69c
able and Wearable Gifts
ristmas
*ARLY
E N'S
3etter Values"
ENT OFF.
WELRY
year in buying your
dvertisements. You
can't stay in business
ost and still pay clerk
There is something
d the buyer is gen
on and you are going
veiry. I have a large
and of all kinds and
atlIwill sell at25 per -
>elow cost---you don't
Lut at a small margin ,
mnable. me to stay S'i
to serve you in the'
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