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Citition for Lettors oe Administratio n
s8tate of South Carolina,
4 County of 'Laurens.
1y .0. . Thoinpson, -Probate Judge.
-\Vhereas M. R. Turner nade suit to
aie to grant him Letters of Adminis
.t4ratiol of the estate and effects (f 'W.
'hese are, .therefore, -to cite and ad
11olitsh all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said W. P. Turner
<legeased, that they be and appear be
for'e me,' in the Court of Probate, to
IIe held at Laurens Court House, Lao
ckei s, S. C., on the 25th day of Febru
ar, , 1922, next, after publication here
of. at It o'clock in the 1foreniooni, to
sh w caue, if any they have, why the
si I Administration 'should not be
'ivenl under my Nhand this 10th day
of Pebruary .Anno I)oiiit 1922.
0,, O. TJiOM1PSON,
:1 2t-A J. P. L. C.
Qoods For S
Quit so much talki
and go to work. Fa
care than usual this :
do so is to use enougl
ti e to make an ear
advice ofall experin
See my agents list<
County and adjoining
Givens & Thackston,
M. W. Gray, Owings,
Robert A. Harris, Gro
W. Carl Wharton, La
Hanna Brothers, Eno
J. C. Smith, Waterloc
Rex Lanford, Waterkc
P. N. Boozer, Cross E
Henry Rasor, Cross F
Ware Shoals M'f'g. C(
W. CARL WHA
1 Mile. Ann
Entire Paris anid London Ot
Divertisements aid 0
Ivan Clustine, I
'All New Production. of Old
All Star 8upddyt ' .
- Mfall Orders 11lled in Order Be~
toed Remittanee and aief-address
anagr, GandOpera house, or'
-seats on sale Monday S. A .
Literary Society ,Organized lin School
-The seventh -grade "A" of the Lau
rens city schools, recently organi-ed i
a literary society at the suggestion of
their teacher, Miss Lily -Miller. The $1
organization, after experbncing dif- 4
ficulty in deciding upon t name, is now I
c'hlled 'the Woodrow 'Wilson Literary I
Collyar -Barksdale is preside.it of the
society and .Legare Blackwell, vice- ]
president. Billy Bolt is its secretary
and treasurer. Meetings will be hold
on the filrst and third Fridays of each
Adam apd Eve were the first people
to pit too Imluclh conildence I n their
i fanily tree.
ng aboqt- )hard times
rmer fnust use more
rear, and one way to
k fertilizer at planting
ly crop. That's the
d below for Laurens
Fountain Inn, S. C.
y Court, S. C.
ree, S. C.
0, S. C.
ill, S. cI.
>, Ware Shoals, S. C.
Per & Phos. Co.
Dn, S. C.
fl FIHESU FROM SUPREME
able, andl Her~~
eganizatio u New BalIet.
ld Fwvdt ~ rationis.
rssE OF ,4$
CHESTRA of 4
asWell. s New Ballets.and
a.tet Corp. of Sol).tD~
ofe Wh0sI4 -
1I6% Omfier Opeta 'Xebui o
The quarterly n'teeting of first divi
ion will . be held at Warrior Creek
hurch on the 18th and 19th of March.
)evotional-Mrs. S. At. Benjamin.
*rooting--4Mirs. G~leni Mfartin.'
teronsMe-rs. Ross 'Power.
['alk-The Door of l')ayer-Mrs. Mace
?rayer -for God's blessfitg on the ob
servance of weelg of prayer.
L'alk-The Door of Servicc-Mrs. Sam
'13urns and M1iss Lola Bramlett.
Prayer for .\Missionaries servbig on
l'alk-"Opening Doors with Gifts"
'Mrs. .1. 13. Cook and Mrs. J. W. Bea
Silent prayer of faith to enter the now
Appointment of Committees.
Adjournmenlit for (linlner.
Devotional by Y. W. A.
I0xiercise by four girls.
laking 'Missions Real to Young Peo
ple--Aliss 'Sarah Lou Hobo.
liscel lancous, ..
Siiday Schooi-10 o'clocki.
Ii1xercise by Sunbeams.
Address at 11: :30 o'clock.
lrs. W. W. Yeargin, Pres.
Allie Babb, See.
Card From Mr. Dfal
T'o the'Voters of the 'City of Lanrens:
In announcing my candidacy for
mayor of Laurens, and asking youmr
,oisideration at the polls on February
?8th, I beg to say that I have lived
here all my life and have always stood
ror, the city's material and moral pro
;ress. I sland for the enforcement of
lasw and order, as all good citizens
iionld. I -believe 'that in these de
)ressed, readjusting times, strict econ,
)my should be practiced in all the
ity's departments as is consistent With
Aflcient discharge of its needs; that
wve (10 ieed and should have an up-to
late filtering plant for our water sup
The mayor's ofilce is a man's joi and
I believe, whenl electkel to thiZ ofllce, he
should have no priya. or -ersoual
>usiness which would prevent his giv
ng his whole -time and attention. un
iamipered, to the discharge of its 'du
These, in .brief, are my views on
some of the more Im'ortant questicus
.onnected with the duties of mayor,
tnd should you sea your way elear to
support 'me for the office, I promise
he performance of them honestly, op
nly and faithfully, to the best of my,
Thanking you in radvande for any
:onsideration you m'ay see fit td give
ne, I am,
W. 'H. DIAL.
"A. N." lilenm Many.
Reading casually, as one does, many
LU interesting phase of a subject may
tiise, and the reader, if bent on ipro
)erly digesting the contents of- the
~rinted -page may sonmetimes find him
eclf in the middlt of a' perplexing di
Such was the case the othier day
rhen a local, relde:- of a Bibio Ilib
lonery found a sentence that Noah
inished the arls in the year 2136 '. M.
N'hen four hundred years old. With
lhe, terms A. 'D. and Bl. C. he was fa
niliar, but A. M. was a new' one. I~ager
or knowledge he sought the meaning.
r'his was not easy however, since to
weory one from whom he sought tihe
nformation, A. M. ineant "Ante
dieridian" or before noon. Its relation
o years was not known. Many peo
>le became enlisted in the s urchi of
he moaning and finally R.av. C. 'r.
kiumfres appeased the alreafy many
appetites, for, the meaning of fA M.
t'hen he said it to meani "Anne
umndi," which is the 'Istin for "In
hie year of the world."
The pogontp to a' fog composed of
line needles of ice which occurs in
witnter int mlontiinous regioos of the
Se Very dangerofis toi the hings.
Stops Hair Corm ng Ouat;
. THE ut
S OF EM
The affairs -of the citi2
ch6nts; it is their busines
while judges of thie wh
need them and they need
with them and you will
that exist in a prosperou,
MORALo -In tipne of pro:4
Quality Hfigh Pries Low
-On the Square
R. W. Willis
Furniture of All KInds
We Invite Your 14spection
Pue rus Tole Arils
The affa o Ste'' t
chsitr tei Compauy
u atroae coniite
nee themanhy ne
withutem aundyoer il
thanturexistos hin aare,
D OOOR NG,
* tAdvtyiser Prictig
. C. WBurns C
Wre Goodse Yor IBasectione
ILarens Drug Co.
AD ThAT OUR FAMILY
WAYS PATRONIZED YOUR FAMI
)ME STORES AND PAID BEEN LOYAL
OR WE ARE ALL OUT * AND CAN. 61
PLOYMENT NOW. YOU F D I
RT TO HEART T)
;ens of a community are the,
is to keep in touch with the pr
:.s that befal) the average fa
o are, or who are not deservir,
you to make your community
share in the prosperity, con1
3perity think of adversity'.
W. H. HOUGH
jdSee H1ough to See Well"
Watchies and Jewelry Repaired
South Side of Square
H. L. Roper & Co.
Lumber, Doors. Sash Blinds
We Can Furnish Your Entire Bill
for Your House.
Whaton Cotin Co.
RS TOOKH-OWART TS
esofpp ommtnity areth
3tHat efl thearage
or, ods whoere nothingvi
shauren tpopritge n
3py thiko avriy
"Seeb iou int Se el
Wacea Jeer Rai
Woe Ca FurniYontre Bil.
The Man' rStre
ru oodur s Sto 'rge 20
Opp-osilte Ctye Hal r
LV HAS CEWtrAINLY E 5
TO US HOME MUOKIAt$
y - -
affairs of the local mer
osperity, as well as the
milyi They are worth
ig in time of need. You
a success. Co-operate
ertment and happiness
Jones-Taylor Hardware Co.
Hardware, Agricultuwal Imple.
ments, Mill Supplies, Paints,.
6.is, Varnishes, Sportng Goods.
5 & 10 Cents Store
"Buy it in Laurenv'
WEST SIDE PUBLIO SQUARE
"Laurens Best Stora-Quality
Made it SO."'
Easterby Motor Co.
Dodge Brothers Motor Carab,
Phone 200 Service and Parts
Capital and Surplus $100,000.00
4. 3. ADAMS, President
GBO. -H. BLABRIY, Caier
YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITBD
The Princess Theatre
Not Only for Amusement But fot
Divetrsion Afteir Unuina.s Xours
THU 3U0T PkOTOP~LAYS
'A. t. Mahaffey
Ask totOur Wusa L.oaf
. B. BlIckivelI
'rinter and4 Stationer
O~fFIC & S0HO0L SUPPLIB5
.C. Shell & Company.
The Family Grocer(
Poe Lfug Comipany
Drugs and Medim* e6f i Rinds~
Victrolas nd Victor ~e66rds