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* Local and Personal Mention
* * ** * * ea*e **e.e
Mr. T. 10. Boyce and "Uncle" Jack
Glynn, of Clinton, were visitors in the
city yesterday.
Col. T. D. Darlington, of Columbia,
is spending the holidays in the city
with his family.
Mr. and 'Mrs. John Y. Uarlington,
of Ndw: York, are spending the holi
days in the city.
Mr. A. L. Adams, of Chatham, Va., I:
visiting 'Mrs. J. 'S. Bennett and other
rel-tives in the city.
.Mr. J. A. Lipford, of Waterloo, was
a visiter in the city yesterday on his
way home from Clinton.
1r. and Mrs. Henry Shell gre spend
Ing the holidays ii 'Charieston with
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt W. King. .
Miss Wil Lo Gray, of Columbila, is
spending the holidays iwith her par
ents, 'Mr. and Mirs. -W. I.. Gray.
Mr. C. L. Coats, of Cross Hill, now
principal of the school at Seneca, was
a Visitor in the city yesterday.
Mr. J. W. HEichelberger, chief of the
.state constabular department, Is spend
ing *he holidays in the city with rela
tives.
Capt and Mrs. J. Roy IHilton,. of
Camp Benning, Ga., are spending the
holidays with their mother, -Mrs. Laura
1Faster.by.
Mr. Tkos. It. Iay, who is now in the
produce business in Petersburg, Va.,
is ..ponding the holidays in the city
w!4h relatives.
Mr. Yancey (Gilkerson and little
Yancey, Jr., or Greenville, spent Christ'
inas day in the city with Mr. and Mrs.
W. i. Gilkerson.
Mr. 1aL GasqUe, agent for the C. &
W. U. railroad at Allendale, silent
Chrintnans in the clty with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Ii. lasque.
Mr. Mtarion Wilkes, who is now lo
catod in Washington, 1). C., is sPending
tile holidays ii the city with his par
ente, Mr. and -Mrs. 10. ]. Wilkes.
Mir. and Mrs. John F. Bolt have' as
their guests for the holidays Cai;t. and
Mrs. W. 'R. Rihehy and liss Sarah
Ritchey, of Knoxville, Tenn., and Mr.
and Mrs. B. M. Owens, of -Dunbarton.
'Miss Jennie Shealy has returned
from Ahe hospital at Spartanburg,
where ohe has been undergoing treat
ment for several weeks. Though not
entirely well, she is steadily recover
ing.
Mr. Roland Moseley, who is connect
ed with the War Risk Insurance bu
reaui with headquarters in New York,
is ipendinig the holidays in the city'
with his parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. C. D.
Moseley.
Mrs. W. H. .Whitley and little daugh
ter, of Albermarle, N. C., arrived in
the city yesterday to spend the rest
of the holidays -with- her father, Mr.
Jos. H. Sullivan. Dr. -and Mirs. 'L. S.
Bolt and son of Leesville, arrived sev
eral days ago.
Friends of 'Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Gray
regret to learn that they leave next
week for Gastonia, N. C., to remain in
(dfinitely. Mlr. Gray goes to resume
his duties w'ith the ice cream manu
factoring plant in which lhe and CSir,
lo)rle Wilson are interested.
1hiends of Mi'. andl Mr's. D. 10. hUi
nett will 'be sori'y to learn that bo0th
of them are qluite sick at their home on
'l'3ast Main street. Mr. and Mirs. Bar-'
hi tt i'eturned -recently fr'om Charles
ton w'hero they underwven t treatment
at the handls of specialists, but (11d not
find( entire relief.
Note of Thanks
Mrs. Homer 'Wheeler, together with
~Mrs. Ida 'Wheeler' and families, wvisih to
express8 'their sincere apreiation foi'
the kindnesses shown Mr'. Homer
'Wheelei' in his illness and death. May
thie good Loard rewar'd them in His love.
Sen. Dial Here
Senator' N. B. Dial ai'rived in the
city the first of the wveok to spend the
holidays at home. He Is hei'e on bulsi
ness matters andi will return to Wash
ington in time for the re-convening of
congrees January 2nd.
Banquet Tuesday Night
The regular monthly banquet of the
Laurens tBusiness !.eiagne is to be heldi
at the Imurens Hotel next Tuesday
night. Members of the Laurens dole
gation in the General Assenmbly have
been .invited to be guests of' the
league. .An enjoyable banquet is an
ticipated by all the members.
-Frat Biroters to Bangnet
Loaal alumni of thes Sigma Alphm
'l~psiloR fraternity are planning for a
banquet and get-togethier meeting to
lhe held at the 110is-Terre country club
Thursday n-ight of this week. Rl. R.
Nickels will act as toast-master and
the following are on the program for
speeches: Rey. iW. .8. Holmes, Dr'.
Graves L~. Knight, '-Hugh K. Aiken,
Louis Stoney, Char'lesj Hughes and P.
D. Hurff.
.Keeting of Myrtle Camp
There will 'be a meeting of Myrtle
Casnip No. 206 W. 0. 'W. next Friday
night, Doe. 30th. All members are
requested to'eonte to elect officers for
nest yehir.
C, C. Caidiwell, 0. 0.
N. hi. NWassOn. Clerk.
Miss Beeks Ente-rtaIns
On Dec. 20, from 7:30 to 11 o'clock,
Miss Beeks, principal of Hickory T.v
ern school, entertained her high school
Pmpils and .their friends in her usual
pleasing style. '1h1e high school room
piresented a scene of unusually love
linesswith 4its festival holly, mistic
toe and bells.
Several interesting contests and
games Were held, each full of Christ
m'as spirit. The prizes 'were awarded
to the followig ladies: Misses Dial,
McDlanliel, Alexander and Weathers.
The boys were asked to write letters
to Santa Claus-to their reqIuest
Placed in small red stockings they re
ceived the names' of their partners for
delightful pIuneh.
The followinig young peol)lc enjoyed
the evening with (Miss Becks:
Alisses Alarjorie Weathers, Iunice
\Veathers, Cora Biolt, Neoma Alexan
der, Thlielia Owens, Sara Roper, Melle
Abercrombie, Nannie Lee Thomason,
ileI'niee Abercrombie, Nellie Wasson,
Illise May Bolt, Mladge Bolt, Sara Hel
lams, 4osa May Sumerel, Carrie 'Stone,
Irene Wright, Mary Abrams, Marie
Mitchell, I*dleanor inl, Marie Sullivan,
Virginia AlcDaniel, Rebecca McDaniel,
Lucile 'Baldwin, [illy Henderson, Irene
Owens; Messrs. C. A. Bolt, Marvin
-Pitts, Fred Abercrombie, 'Bennie Bald
win, Ferank Curry, Horace League,
Malniel Sitimorel, Gary Thomason,
I)ewey Wood, 'N. 11. Mlahon, Clary Bolt,
Sidney Bailey, Tillman Bolt, Gus
Abercrombie, Charlton Sullivan, Kel
ton Bolt, Telford Bolt, Kenneth Sunm
erel, C. 1). iWood, Alton Baldwin, David
Stewart, Hrrnest Bolt, J. C. League,
'almer Knight, Bradley Roper.
Calife Watts Refturned
Deputy Sheriff H-icks P. Owings re
turned Sunday morning from Wash
ington, 1). C., with Callie Watts, col
ored, wanted in this county for shoot
ing another negro about eight years
ago. The wounded man, though giv
en a dangerous wood, survived. Watts
escaped and was located in Washing
ton several months ago but has been
fighting extradition. He finally lost
his case after going through several
courts and the sheriff was- notified to
send for him.
Legion Gives I Dance
The local post of the American Le
gion was host Monday night at a de
lightful dance given in the lobby of the
Laurens Hotel. Quite a number of
visiting young men and ladies came
from adjoining towns. Music for the
occasion was furnished by the Lau
reun Orchestra.
Card of Thanks
The brothers, sisters and children
.9f ?Hosea Martin vish .to thank those
Laurens friends vlo .so thoughtfully
made the Martin children happier on
Christmas day by sending gifts. If
you could have seen their bright, hap
py, little faces, you would have felt
yourself well repaid. "Give to the
world the best that you have, and the
best will always come back to you."
Card of Thanuks
The brothers, sisters and childiren -of
the late Hosea Martin, wvho wvas killed
in the performlance of his duty last
wveek, nyant to thank, as sincerely as
they can, .their friends in Laurens and
elsewvhere for the sympathy extended
the family and for ethe many beautiful
floral tributes sent at the time of the
funeral.
Brothers, Sisters and Children.
Tribute to a Comuradle
lFditor ILaurens Advertiser:
I have felt so much concern, and my
heart so saddened at the dleath of my
goodI comrade -and loyal subaltern, the
late Policeman RloseL Marti, that I
am constrainedl to say a fewv words to
his memory in justice to his loyal fIdel
fty, to dluty andI the gentleness of his
noble spirit. In all our relations as
oficers of the law---sworn to do our
dluty in upholding the laws of our state
and county-lhe was always ready to
do his duty in every emnergehey of
dlanger, and I can confidently say that
our city has never had a more zealous,
though kind and sympathetic oflicer,
nor1 his .brother offlcers, a cooler headl
ed and braver comrade. Gentle as a
woman in his manners, courteous and
gallant as a knight of old, he won the
love 'and respect of all .with whonm lie
came in contact; noble-hearted and
true to all the virtues that go to make
an exemplary citizen, !I can in truth
write him down as one of nature5s no
llemen. In fact, the "elements of na
Lure were so mixed in him that all the
world might stand up and say, this
was e, man."
And now, in saying thus much, I
lavo simply p~aid a Ipoor tribute to the
nemory of one uwho deserves more than
can express in words, but not more
han I feel in my saddened heart; for
.rtuly our much-loved comrade has
nado the "supreme sacrifice" in the
lischar'ge of his duty,
uFAS. 'T. OR-E~WS,
Chief of Police.
~aurens, S. C.
New York 9Business Womeon Lead.
Women play B bigger part in the
businebs life of New York today' than
in any other city in the world.
TIMMONS AND WILLARD
ARE DENIED BAIL
(Continued from Page One)
me this the 27th day of Dec. 1921.
Affidavit of T. 11A Abratms
State of South Carolina,
County of Jaurens.
Before me personally cane T. ).
Abrams who being duly sworn says:
That he is one of the Rural Policemen
for Laurens County and has held that
position for the Past eight years, andi
that the Town, of Clinton is in the I
territory tworked by him. That he has
read the afildavits nmade in this case
by T. .1. Leake, J. 1. Adair and King
Stroud an( that he knows each one of
them personally, and knows where
they reside in the Town of Clinton.
That on numerous occasions within
the past three months each and (every
One of the above Parties have .been re
ported to him for transporting and
selling whiskey. Deponent further
says that the place where Hosea Mar
tin was killed is about seven miles
from Clinton an( that the killing oc
curred at about eleven o'clock P. M.
That the defendants were not arrest
ed until about live o'clock A. M. in
Clinton, hnd that defendants had am
pl thne and opportunity to dispose of
the uistols they had on this occasion.
From what defendant knows about the
various shots lie is of the opinion that
shots iwere fired from Timmons' car by
both Timmons and Willard.
TP. 1). AlIAMS.
Sworn to and subhscribed before me
on this the 26th day of De)cember, A.
1). 1921.
I[. S. IBLACK~inl.,
Notary Public for S.
A ilidnvit. of V. 11. Owens
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Personally appeared before mne C.
L. Owens who being duly sworn says:
That lie has read the affidavits of the
defendants which are to be used in
inotionl for bail andl in reply thereto
further states: that these defendants
first passed this deponent and J. R.
Wham near Barksdale Station and that
.1. RI. Wham then recognized these le
fendants and deponent believes that
these defendants then and there rec
ognized both himself and J. 11. Wham.
That at the scene of the homicide both
the lights of deponent's car and also
the lights of the car in which the do
pendants were riding were shining on
officer Hosea Martin just before any
shots were fired. Also that Chief
Crews who has been an ofilcer In Lau
rens for a number of years, having
previously arrested one of then, and]
rvas well known to 'both of them, was
in plainl view of these defendants on
account of the lights of the autonio
biles, and that both Crews and Mar
tin were wearing officers' uniforms on
this occasion. Deponent again states
that lie was within 19 steps of Hosea
Martin when lie was shot, and that lie
hoard the reports and saw the flashes
of the shots from the car in which (e
fendants were riding, and these were
made in the direction of 1losea Mar
tin, and immediately aftei these shots
were fired lie saw 3Martin beniding over
amid getting dIown on hiis knees and el
how.
Just as soon as (deponent (could( turn
his car around lie followeod these de
fendns in his car' and while in Imur
suit of defendants' car lie drove as fast
as lie could but could not overtake
theni. That wvithin abou t one aind oiie
half miles of the scene of the honmi
cide~ depionenit found a ten gallIon keg
full of cor'n wvhiskey in the edige of
the road. This whiskey was not in
the road when lhe traveled (iver' it a
fewv moments before. The Indientions
were that it had been thrown out of
a i'ast moving vehicle. Thiat on ac
count of stopping to get tis whiskey,
lie car in which dlefendlants were id
lng passed out of view and did not see
it any more until it was found desert
ed at a filling station in ,the Town of
Clinton about one hour later. De
lponent further states that the r'oadl
from Maddens Station to Clinton is
via Laurenis all of which is top soiledl.
The iroad over which these defendants
were travelinig Is over twvo miles fur
t-her and almost impassible in places.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this the 26th day of Dec. 1921.
i-H. S. BLAACKWICLL,
Notary Public foi' S. C.
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all the People of Laurcis, Gray Court,
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burial expenses of her husband, Mr.
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NOTICE OF SALE
tate of South Carolina,
County of Newberry.
IN 'COURT OF PROBATE
Cleora B. Coats, individually, and as
Administratrix, J. Gettis Coats, Ad
ministrator, of the 1Fstate of 'W. F.
Coats, 'Deceased, and the Farmers
Bank, Chappells, South Carolina
Plaintiffs,
' against
Georige W. Coats, Katie M. Coats, Mal
colm T. Coats, Gettis L. Coats, Julia
M. Coats, The Bank of Cross 1111, S.
C., the Commercial Bank of New
'berry, S. C., W. C. Rasor and J. 11.
Rasor, Defendants.
Pursuant to an order of this Court
in the above entitled action, I will sell
at public auction at the Court House
in the Town of Laurens, in the
County of Laurens,.South Carolina, on
the first Monday in January (Sales
day) 1922, within ithe legal bours of
sales, the following dlescibed three
tracts of land, viz.:
I. All that tract and plnantatios 0,
land situate, .lying and being situate
inl Laurens County, S. C., containing
One Hundredl (100) acres, more or*
less, andl -bounde~d on1 the North by
lands of S. D). Jones, on the East by
lands of Harris knowvn as the Grifhin
pilace, and on the South andl West by
land1s of J. S. Hill, said tract being
first known as the Mills Blrowvn tract,
andl being the sanme lands conveyedl to
W. 'F. Coats by D). Tr. Vaugh,. by deced
dlatedl Jan. 15, 1914.
2. All that tract or- plantation of
land situate, lying and 'being ini Cross
[Hill Township, County of Lanurens,
State of South 'Carolina, containing
One Hundred Seventy-Three and1( One
Fourth (173 1-4) acres, mlore or less,
and1 bounded 'by lands or 4101) Jabb,
Mrs. Katherine Coats, WV. C. Ilasor and
Mrs. P. Y. Witherspoon, said land
knodwa as Tract No. Ii of the Simring
Grove tract.
3. All .that tr-act and plantation of
landl situate, lying and being in Cross
11111 TownshIp, in L1aures C!outy, and
in -the State of South Carojlina, con
taining eighty-five andl .three-fourths
(85 3-4f) acres, more or less, and bound
ed on the North aby lands of WV. C.
Rasor, on the East by lands of W. F.
Coats andl Mrs. -Mildred Coats, on 'the
South by lands of J. WV. Ward andi
Mr-s. Mildred Coats, on the West b~y
lands of 5,.1-H. Gloggans and $. 1). Jones.
The tract of .land being the same land
conveyedl to WV. F. 'Coats b~y -Mrs. M. K.
Coats and John C. Coats by dleedl datedl
March, 1920.
Terms of Sale: One-half of the pur-'
chase 'price to 'be hpaidl in cash, andl
the balance in one year-, tihe credit
portion to bear interest from date of
sale until paid in full at the rate of
eight per cent .per annum, payable an
nually, and to be securedl by the note
or- notes of the purchasers an~d a mor-t
gage of the premises sold, the said
notes .and mortgages to contain the
usulal stipullation to pay 'tell 1er cent
rtttorney's fees in case they arc placedl
in the hands of an attorney -for collec
tion or suit, with leave to anticipate
the credit portion in whole or in part,
the ,pulrchaser to p~ay for all paipers,
recordhnlg fees and revenue stamps. If
the purchaser- shall fall to fully com
ply with the terms of tile sale within
lve dlays after such Bale, the premises
uld off by such delinquent piurchaser
vill lbe resold by the Probate Judge for
oewberry County on the next or- some
uncceding salesday, at the risk of the
aid dlelinquent purchaser. The said
and~s to be sold subject to any 'leases
'n ilaid lands existing at time of said
'ale for the year- 1922.
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