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USE SLOAN'S TO
EASE LAME BACKS
YOU ' can't do your best when
your back and every muscle
aches with fatigue.
Apply Sloan's Liniment freely, with
out rubbing, and enjoy a penetrative
glow of warmth and comfort.
Good for rheumatism, neuralgia,
sprains and strains, aches and pans
sciatica, sore muscles, stiff joints and
the after effectd of weather exposure.
For forty years pain's enmemy. Ask
'our neig hbor. Keep Sloan's handy.
At all druggists-35c, '0c, $1.40.
"Only One Thing
Breaks My Cold"
-' retir f that Dr. Kigi's New
Ii- very V gIveromi stubborni ol
;1m14 thr!w -: urin l roumghs hla made
it the .(trri retldet V it i. t Iuv.
Tlime-trHie forI) fifty y .ru~t amin
none poer thante:ay.No hari ful
" w!!sclor i th rlef n
looene phb im anid ealsed (co'l,11
Always; reliale, a:1(1 I- filr jtm
w\hole fiy lIa a coniiiig, hetal
i". a !-.Ite w h alIi I its gootl miinial
The Resi, s (I (ot d iFtzion are
46km, waste matter inl theC i ll;,tIna
5sitelm . C(orrect: t lhs i -nnder
Inn g coi!itiont by a Ain' )r. ing's
ills. 23 cent s. All r .
D PROMPT'! vON'T GRIPE
r. Kin ?s Pills
W. S. M. Says:
"Pretty daisies and
daffodils would be
blooming over me, if
I tried to make folks
happy by bursting into
song. But I do run a
smile shop, and get
good results in a differ
ent way. I've cut out '
all battery separator
troubles for my friends
by putting Willard
Threaded Rubber Bat
teries on their cars."
Willard Service :.fan
Willard Threaded Rub
ber Insulators last the life
of the plates and are found
only in the Willard Thread
ed Rubber Batteries which
W. Laurens St.
This trademark, Stamped in red
on t he case, Identtiles the Wiard
'Threaded Rubber Battery.
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LANFORD N'EWS *
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laanford, Fleb. 27.-The remains of
i*. W. 11. IHarman, of -baurens, were
brouight here last Friday for inter
ilent in the Methodist cemetery. Rev.
C. T. Sqluires conducted the funeral
services. Several selections were
butiftiully suting h Messrs. Roper,
M.\'Cravy and Powers and Mi ss Arm
stronl.i and \Irs. Alart in from Il 4aurens.
I')e I tloral tribites were also beauti
fu l. Our learts go out il sylpathy
for the hereaved family.
Mirs. T. P1. Poole and son, .lMr. J. C.
Poole. of Saindy Springs, worshipped
witi tile conigregatioli Sinday mtorti
ing and were guests of relatives here. I
The It. Y. 1). 1'. had a large crowd
of youig peo:le Sunilay night. and
wCe plqased to have Mrs. J. '1'. Li' .
.John present to make them a stilendid
1ddress. The presideni t exPrss(e55((d her
appreciation of her rimiarlks and lans
:ire' being t made to begin Ie 1i1sion1
sttidy couise' on .\larch 12th. We con
gratuilate tbese yol1ng peoIpl onl thir
intertuit in tlt, work. They are trying
to calTy oi and will imlean m1iuch in
tle de(lvtlo)tclt of their (liristian
The Washingion birthd:y :,rogr'at
last \\edeIIsday' aft etnoon at t he
.eh ool houis' was veTy mlluch en.oyed
aud the liural I illproveilent associa
lion had a very ilterest ingz prog!"r1m.
'ei: cointt'st (o)n al1hin.gt w vas
.oined ill witl much zest. The site
eessfuil contestants were Mrs. .1. It.
\Villiami: onl .lr:'. S. A. Cox. whIo
Ilere Preseniteild with a deliciols box
of hoeic-itaie candy. \lr.I . .1. \l.
Fllemiing won tle second prize.
.\lessrs. J. W. Johlisoii .1nd(l C. C.
Cox spent the week-etid with h1ome)c
IoIks. They have begin a new con
irat. with the manufactireirs at Simp
son ville and will be there several
weeks. Mr. ). It. Patterson left 'with
them ~\londay iorning. and will be
coilnected wvith them for somie tile.
lr. .John Melmloth Flnem;.lg, a stit
dent at Spartan Academy. spent the
week-end with his parenits.
.lr. .1. .M. Fleining iid lr. W. L.
Patterson made a visit to Leesville
last Suinday to see Mr. .lMe! Fleming,
who has beeni sick. I e was able to re
turn Iole with them. lie ha., been
npending solie tile witIt his daughter,
Mis. Thomas Crouch. .
The many frieids here of Mr. Hein
ry Ferguson nywre sorry to hear of his
death which occurred there last \I on
I day. Mr. and Mrs. .J. S. liggin. were
in Spartanburg for the funeral. Mr.
Ferguson was well )nown here, hav
ing spent most of his boyhood days
in Mn Midst. We sympathize with
the family inl this dispensation of
,Mr. MI. v. .lohnson anid family, of
Arcadia, spent Sunday with their par
ents, Mi. and AMrs. J. 1). .lohnson. IIs.
Joh nson Is inmuch improved in lialth.
We are sorry to note that oir faith
fuil deacon, Air. W. ). Patterson, was
not able to attend church Sutnday.
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* MTI. (JALLA(IIER NEWS1" *
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Mt. Gallagher, Feb. 27.--The min11
strel at Mt. Olive school house last
Thursdlay night was enljoyedl very
muchel by all.
Mr. aind Mrs. WX. P. ~Davenport vis
!tcd MArs. flarzilie Golden, last week.
.AIrs. G;oldeni has been Ill for ilomle
time, btit is better at prtesent.
The manyil friends of .\irs. Dave Mad
deii will be sorry to -hear she is still
conifhined to her 1h001m.
Miss Margaret D~avies is real sick
at this wvriting.
We wvere ideed sor'ry to hear of
the death of Mr. Wash Davis, who fell
dlead1 at his hloime near 'Ware Shoals,
last Monday., ie was buried at Pop
lar Springs cemetery Tuesday. Mr'.
Davis was 77 yoars old. -He served
throughout the Clvil War, andl ewas
wounded~ at .Frankland, Trenni. Hie
leaves a wife and seven children: Mr.
Friank DavIs, of Princeton; Mr. BIll
Davis, of Greenville; Mr. WVarren D~a
vis, of Ware Shoals, and ,Mr. Broadus
D~avis, Mrs. 'Lenny :Redden, Mrs. Sara
Balentino and Mrs. Trexanna Crawvford,
all of lirewerton; 33 grandchIldrPen
and 7 great-grandchildren sur'vive him.
He1 also leave8 oiie brother and one
sister, Mr'. John mDavis, of Braverton,
'and~ Mrs. Civilla Walker, of Poplar.
Mr'. and 'Mrs. WV. :P. Davenport visit
ed1 Mr. JIohin Medlock last Sunday.
A par'ty given b~y 'Miss Phoenie Lati
met' last Saturday nIght, was vei'y
mluch enjoyedl by the young peoile,
iMr. Jlob Scott, of Princeton, was
visiting in this communIty Satur iday
Mr. C. A. -Marler and1 family attend
ed meeting at Ware 'Shoals, Sunday.
Mr. 'Honey (Bedenbautgh., of Green
vIlle, was the guest of phr. Will Shigh
-.Mr. J. R. Br'own and family spent
Sunday with thet'ir paents,' Mr. and
We were very sorry to hear of the
death of Mrs. Ellen Rysor, who died
last Thursday. 'We synspathIze with
the loved ones.
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S MT. OLIVE NEWS *
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Alt. Olive, Feb. 27.-Mfrs. J. 11. Cul
ertson atteiided Friday afernoon, the
uneral of heiN aunt, Mrs. -Ellen Riser
it Iethlehem Methodist church. 'Mr.
.iulbertson .nd several children ac
omianiled her, .rs. Riser, who was
he widow of the late Robert E. Riser
)f the Fork section, was befo'e mar
lage. Miss 1I0len Wells. After a short
I InIss she died ihrsday, leaving
liree sons and one daughter, together
vith a nimber of other relatives. The
uineral an( burial services vere held
it lIthlelem churclh Friday, condiuet
,d by Rer. M. ,12po, of Waterloo. A
iniiiber of her near relatives live In
his section of the county.
We are glal to say that Mrs. Aman
la lteddeit, who has been quite sick
or several (lays is thought to be some
.\Mr. .olhn K night hIs been right fee
dle for a few days. "Mr. Knight has
massed his eighty--lifth birthday, the
>ldest cit izen. so far as we know, in
his section of the comity.
Mrs. ':tnia Aalho ol the Hiclkory
l'avetn cetion is here to speiid a few
vecis with her brothers and other rel-.
Young A\r. Craddock nd 'r. 1ay
odifriy. of Foniit ta in tinn, were here
or la-t week-end.
llillDl,- 0l) 1-'lI-:LI) NEWS *
lIdles Old Field. Feb. 27.- -A I. A.
\. ithodes has revceitly imrehased a
-rist itill anid vill smolo have it inl
.\lis. Stevi( (;arrit, who has beei
Il for some ti me, is ra pidly im-provi ng.
Mr. Ca rl Garrett has been sufferiig
lor' several days with a severe cold.
\\e ltope ie will soon le out agalit.
\I's. J. Allen [Iiddle, who has been
sifhi'ring for several weeks, is noIw on
te road to recovery.
Illosea .\iartin's childrein are with
M i,. an(I A I rs. 11'. 11. l'u tnam at p)resent.
.itt le Raymond IIluglies, soi of Mr.
amd l is. Gary 'IHughes, fell from a
ladder last ,week aid is now suffering
with a broken blood vessel In the ieck.
We hope the little one will soon be
Mrs. Willie .lones and little daugh
ter, of Greenville, and .\Mrs. Raymond
Cooper were recent guests of .\lr. and
Mrs. A. W. Rhodos.
Mrs. -Miiiiie lolcombe, of Easley,
Slient the week-'eid with her father,
Mir. Wv. LI. Garrett.
Mr. anld Mrs. P. -1. Owenis arid fam
ily visited Mir. H1. P. Burdette, Sutidiy.
MIr. W. 1,. Garrett has been sick for
the past few days.
Card of Thaniks
We wish to thaik our many kind
frieids and neighbors for the kindness
shown to us during the protracted i
iess and at last the taking from our
iIdlst., the wife anl mother, and may
God reward them many times for
every kind word and eery goodi (1eed
doine. Also, we lwish to thank them for
the mainy beautiful floral offerings.
J1. BI. Brownlee andl Children.
Card of Thaniiks
We wvant to thank all of kour
fiends and neighbors for the kind
niesses and symplathty shown us dur
ing the illness and death of our' son
andl brother, W. Rook Brown. Their
kindnesses swill never be for'gotten.
Mr. and Mrs. R. '\. Br'owin
Ipngraved Cards ana Invitations.
Loose 'Leaf Ledgers, Etc.
Advertiser Printing Co.
NOTICE OF LAND SALE
tate of South Carolina,
County of Lauirens.
By virtue of the order of the Pro
bate Court for the County of Laurens
and said State in the case of S. H.
Goggins indilviduially and as executor
of the wvill of Mrs. 'Lucy M. Denny dt
ceasedl, plaintiff, againust James 0.
Denny indilvidually and as executor of
the will of Mirs. Lucy M. Denny de
ceased, Mrs. Annie B. Atchison, Kath
r'ino Denny, Annie Denny and Sarah
Wildemian Denny defendants, I will
sell at publlic outcry to, thte highest
bidder for cash at Lautrens Court
House, S. C., dluring the legal hour's
of .public sales, on Salesday in March,
1922, beinh~ the 6th day of the month,
all that tr'act of' land situate in the
county of Laourens, in saidl state, con
taining 170 acres, being the wosternt
par't of the Gill tract and outside of an
exclusive of the dwielling house and
the buildings appertanant thereto and
being -bounded on the north by lands
of T. Ii. Noel and Mi's.'Malissa Cole, on
the west -by lands of ,Mi's. Malissa Cole,
.J. C. Wade and i's. Janle 11i11, on
the south by lands of S. Hf. @oggins
and on the east .by the remainIng por
tion of the said Gill tract containing
75 acres, more or' less.
Termis of sale: cash, the purchpjser
to pay for deed and revenue stamps.
No bid shall be accepted without pay
ment of twenty-five ($25) dollars'-by
the .bidder as a guaranty of goodl
'faith; and. if the purchaser fails to
comply with the terms of sale, the land
shall be resold on the same or on some
subsequent saleaday at the riskC of such
defaulting jburchauser oh the 5am'e
terms.O. -0. THIOMYSON,
.P. 'J. d.h C.
Fheb. 1$, # 1-3t-A
TH IS IS
Team-Work is the founda
is the maikspring of all o
live is an organization, t.
thoughts in your daily
from its citizens and its s
clubs and organizations, 1
munity, you will be doing
Quality High Prices Low
On the Square
R. W. Willis
Furniture of All Kinds
We Invite Your Inspection
Lauren s Drug Co.
Pure Drugs, Toilet Articles,
''The Rexall Store''
- Dry Goods, Shoes, Notions.
Your Patronage Solicited
S. M. & E. HI. Wilkes
Furniture, Stoves, Chinaware,
EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME
Cash Department Store.
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Printers and Publishers
Read The Advertiser and Keep
Up With the Home News
J. C. Burns & Co.
RED IRON RACKET
More Goods for Samhe Money,
Same Goods for Less Money
Laurens Coca Cola
Quench the Thirst With a Bottlo
of Delicious Coca Cola
Buy it By the Crate
Wells Clardy Co.
Two Big Stores*
Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes,
tion on which all great
ganizations. The town
be success of which she
life. Its success depend
access means your successc
tho are striving hard to d
your part in assuring its
W. H. HOUGH
"See Hourb to See ,Wyell"
Watches and Jowelry Repaired
South Side of Square
H. L. Roper & Co.
Lumber, Doors, Sash Blinds
We Can Furnish Your Entire Bill
for Your House.
Wharton Clothing Co.
The Man's Store
Cash Clothiers -- Suits Me
FRESH STOCKS--LOW PRICES
Opposite City Hall
Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing,
P'AY US A CALL
Willard Batteries and Service
Prompt' and Courteous Service
.East Laurens Street-Phone 44(
Peoples Loan &
LAURENS' OLDEST BANK
W. 'X. WATTS, President
C. W. TUNE, Cashier
Home Furniture Co.
Next to Post Offico
Furniture, Stoves,- Rugs, Crock,
ery-Complete Holne Furnishers
* 'Quality and Price Go Arm 1:1
Arm in My Store,.
hings are accomplished; it
>r community in which you
uld be one of the foremost
3 on the support it receives
., By supporting your local
o big thmngs for your com
Jones-Taylor Hardware Co.
-Hardwiare, Agricultura Imple
m1ents.4 M1ll .'supplies, Paints,
011-1, Varnishes, Sp1ortinig Goods.
5 & 10 Cenats Store
''Buy it in Laurens''
WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE
4- 'Larn etSoe-ult
. Dog BrtesMtrOr
Phote supor0i eceive as
J.ets J.I AASpesident,
O. VrHs BLAKELY, osh.
5o Onl for AmsCent Btfor
Diversion Afte Luins'ur
Aso erma Co.f
OFF dE itOO S" IE
Thde Brmlyth oerstrCs
Phoec20 ervibes nd as
Cariga and Surpluns $10,00.0
ViO.rolas aVELY, ashrd -