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Statle (if Souti Carolina,
County f litireis,.
IN COURTF 01- COMMON PLEAS
Nancy J. Coan, Plaintiff,
W. M. Ilimnson and )elia P). li in.;on,
Purstiait to a decrec of the (Court in
l - allove stated case. I will -,ell at
inlie oticry to lthe highest hidder, at
1.aurens ('. II., S. ('., on Salesdhy in
June next, leinl Monday the 5th day
of the ionti, 411 tring th' itia1 hotiirs
for suIt Ies, the following descrIhedl
property, to wit:
All those three lot.s Nos. -10; , , ;I
within the (p01oratt limnits inl the City
of Laritens, County and St7ate afor
"i. in Irby11' v Avinue, and boulile( on
the (4l1l th hit 11 (il(z sirecr, 4ni4 ca. t,
hv Irby avo'1enue, outh by lol o t H. P!.
Chibir!:.4 and v Ilt y ]wt o1.
I t 17 !' 441 '4 ha i : h. p14 rcha47 (l
by \\. \.i frm John -'. Il h t :\
dc.t dtc4 l Nov. 2", 1!11!1 aind lo- No.
41' hlaving1 bec n 1 urchll d Iby \\. .
Illlnson from lIt. 11. hid e s y !ovd
dat''4l Nov. I'. 7Il' , both < i4'41s dtily
I4 (4orded in ill o' ()I Nk. .\. C. fot
1, .(.2ns (' nty Niov. ! 'I and No%-.
.4 , ;!nil ' + ' h in4 , 77: 1 7. 4 ' li ) *7i
d, d'l F1 ,b \\'. . A. Flins(on to lella Pi.
in I n. (,?1 14) . 19, 41'P. )s n' en.- -vil
d. -, :J E o 1:,1; C t 299. L~ot,;s al
.24l4141ly nd.11 l !' m ":-z ;I whole,
um ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 hihri'ir t e declare-d thlt
T-. io of Sal f'45:. '7nrcha~''7r to
'4 for' ; : 1 and .-: as. If th1
4: c ;, sa1 1a. not compli'd with :t
land tl b10c -oh onl a m . some
P 'I" - t S'I t v oil S,11e tOr Ims,
n'l.k offrm r urh s .
C. A. l'OW !-:l.
C. C. C. P. and . S.
llate., this May 1, 1922. l-t
C 11tion for L('tite S of Ad11innistrat illn
rate (of So ith ('arolinit,
V0 : ofL re .
AI i s Ars, Nanoy , . .e 4 laIker
sllit t lilt- t(4 -Ia.ant borJ) -
,or :.1. o[rolcs i'i', a1 nd(U4
of .d i iIai n o h .tat . ,..
Sff ct of C!u4E -:. Parker.
Th a'4, therefor., to i:- an1 11 d
I:on!ish Al4 a(l i 101and thle Iiind 4d
ad11 1 ce:4liors4 of 11 sahl ClanId I
rI'k e1' (Fe1CC d, I Fit I ll(-y hI tnd '1 -
jilar h efo:'' me(. in theC .4)urt1 0' Pr1 --
11l1w l aa en. S. C., onl the :lls
day of Mla., 122 next, If- 1' pu lic'.
7ion7 hereo17f. .17 11 o'eloc!k !n t e + '' or
noon, to shwcaI.-v . f any they have
why te1 4 id .\ lni( 1st rat jn 1 hould
1)1 lt .ranted1.
von.4'(l U1l1'ler Illy 11 nd 1 ;.his 1;1t 41.'.v
of May, Anno DI omlni 1922.
i l-t-A1. P. I, C
Broadcasting stations in all
concerts, lectures and nev
talk every night to thousar
playing aind singing to grea
you enjoying this new ent4
No hnowledge of electrici
l)EllICA ES HIOME
Notable Men and Women Take Part In
Washington, May 21 .-The head
qruarters of the National Woman's
party was formally dedicated today,
with the laying of the cornerstone of
their new N building which is to be con
structed opposite the capitol of the
lniteid States. A crowd of severat
thousand people, including a number
of notable Ieln and women of this and
other nations, took part in the cere
To nlitsie furnished hyi the marine
hai.d, the til'e, white and yellow
anner ofW the National Womn's party
formally raised and .\l s. 0. 11. P1.
1 elhiloit, of New York, their president,
doclared the pturposes of the occasion
wereto "acclaim tie neceptani ce into
11oltical life (f all organiiiized body of
\omUeln" and " to lay thei1 cornerstone
(if the i*h.-t woans olitical parlia
meInt in tlie world."
Pro Sideit ilarding had accepted
anI~ invitation zo attend, butl at thl- last
momenilt Iifound that lie was unable to
Id 'o land expressed his regrct inl a
"I Simre with you and4 your aSSO
Clates a rrlioicilng in the eifranichiise
mnti-t of the womien of the United
States." the President wrote, "and I
uiryt rtly wvisht thnt the larger oppolr
ti'.y If Ameri'an -.Nomanhood will
-)e marked by the Iighest ideals. lofty
ri.t im. nolke inspirations and
reat noad to o':r Comon Oulltry.
Snator Curtis, of Kansas. and
l(iisetaitive Fess, of Ohio, .eliub
I eans,. and Senator Carraway, I)emo
erat. of Arhansas. brought cor(fial
rCet ings fromt tlie congr essional
biaiches to tie womeni in short ei
One of the interesting features of
the dedication was the placing in the
conrI- st one of historie documeti.
conneet(e wiivithi the suffirage campai,
as well as gree'tings from all parts of
:h wold. The fir:st of t he prsidential
.eries of Imi dais st tck off by the mini
at l'hiladlphia for 'resident. lidina
and The historic "Woman's itghIts
.r.r d raw \%u1p11 inl 1 % wereL
givn laces of honor. rhc corner
large cities are sending out
's nightly. Prominent men
ds by wireless. Artists are
t invisible audiences. Are
ty or previous wireless ex
ved Last Woec
8, S. C.
stone was sealed with a silver plat
ed trowel presented by the only suti
vivor of the convention which drew u
the famous charter, iMrs. Charlott
Piercer, of Philadeliphia.
TAKES OWN LIF,
It. Miles Shoots Self After Wounditi
Merchant. Latter 3ay Die Too.
Aitillins, Alay 17.-I. Miles Is dea
and lien Snyder is possibly fatally II
jured from shots alleged to have bee
fired by Mr. Miles in Mr. Snyder
store about .10:30 o'clock this mornint
At the coroner's inquest this after
nloonl the verdict was that "It. 1 lc
came to his death- by gitnshot woudl
inflicted by his own hand."
h'l bullet which ended the life <
Mir. Milles was flied into the templi
Dr. J. liagood Smith, who examine
M1r. Siyder's wounds, is of the opil
ion that the bullet entet'ed .11r. Sn
(Ie'is back, r'anoged the full Ient-th 0
the left l11ng and barely missed tht
heart. Hlis condition is very grave.
The story as told by M1r. Sinydetr I
that Mr. .Miles cattie to the store earl
tiis mtrintg for a settlement for a
ilon safe which he had Sold to A1
-S nyder. It is alleged that 'M1r. 2libo
otutendd for a sum in advance of III
a gr,'(kd price and Ihat the ,,,hootin.
followed in consequece of -Mr. Sn
AltS. Snyder was inl the store at th
time but knew nothing of a misunde
stanilding until tie shots Were hear(
Ike Sheer, a brother In-law of A1
Sn yd er and a clerk inl the store, lia
,left the building a few moments m.
.\lr. Siyder Is a neplhew of A11'. '11<
and both have been in the clothin
and dry goods businiess here for
numbcr of years. -.\lr. Aliles was tIl
oldest clothing merchant in .ullin
and by hard work and attention t
business, lie had amassed a small foi
tune. About 90 days ago he sold oi
his hittnes to Mr. Sntyder.
.r. .li!e: was regarded as a got
stli antIal business man, always lil
Oral to every *xvorthy cause and readi
to serve Where iceded. lie was abot
G4 years old and leaves a wife and oil
son, Edgar, 12 years old, a student i
C ha l toil. .lr. liles' only brothe
s. lie ,died inl Mullins 11n 1!111.
PA) ( ICOWS AlllN U
Plohaly IVe Thouisid Will be Aid
vii to Total of Sixty 'I'Tousanlid.
N-w 0'.lean, '.\iny I7.-Probably
1) hoele;s refugees will be addc
to 'tie 611.01161 alryeady mattide homneler
o1 otherwi-C seriously affected by ti
floods as a result of the breaks I
tie lever' on [:!you I Des (Iaises, niev
ifamitt burg, La.. according to estimate
made today by Red Cross worker
TI :y's break increases the total arC
tloodeid to lmore th:n 5,50 square mi!<.
n luisanaand .\ississippi.
A total of 12,0(10 pver'soi:; are, noi(\
be.n I fd and clothed by flood relic
Ltne'es in lie two states, accordin
t(o the' :e ofli ialIs, 23,000I in L oui sian
ad 1 I,000li in 2lis.sissippi. it is ei
heeted that at least 2,004 Ker'sons whi
will be affie(ted b4y thte Illamiburg ct
Vasse wvill lie added to this i-oil.
Thei loss of livestock ini the are
being fl ooded by t he I lambu11rg briea
will be very great as r'esidlents
that section did not anticipate a flon
and biut little time .was given for' th
:maovalI of Ii vest ock. Th'lousqnds c
acres of suigari canle in Averi lies, S
.Martltin, St. 1 andry antd I betria itarishe
have either beeni flooded or wvill h
within the next two dlays by the wa
ter from liay'on Glaises and tile Re
r'iver'l tough thte break int the heve
iteatr Ilambif ', now about Ti00 fc
Repiorts fr-om the affected ar'ea tc
clay stated the wvater had reachedi an
inundated the towns5 of .\oreauivill
and Plachevlie 'and is gradually ii
ing arounld the towvn of AMelville wvhic
Is exptectedl to go under early tomor
row. At the pr1esent rate It Is estimat
edl Palmetto will be inundated by Fri
Thte flood at M1elville was reporte
rising at the r-ate of six Inchtes a:
D)on't Alunys Blamte H~ens When Egg
Rats mnay be getting them--U. E
Government 'hlulletins piove they knoi
how to get them. Break a cake c
RAT-SNAP Into smlali llees an.
place wvherec rats tiravel. -If thert
RAT-SNA'P will get them--positivel)
Thiree sizes, 35c. i;5c, :11.25. Solci c~n
guaranteed by C. Ei. Kennedy &So
Putnam JDrug Stoie, Lauriens Ilietrd
To Stop a Cough Quick
take HJAYES' DEALING HONEY,
cough medicine which stops the cough b:
healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TrRATJ
SALVE for.Ohest Colds, Head Colds tin
Croup Is enclosed with every bottle c
HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salv
should be rubbed on the chest and throa
of children Muffering from a Cold or Crous
The healinit effect of Hayes' Healing Honey ie
'sie he hrat omine wththe hen~g effect(<
Bth rmedip are pecked i ne carton'anid th
Just ask your druggist for HAYEE
We have three cars
rive this week which
When this shipment is
much higher prices. W<
lay in your supply now.
may cause you much
Any well-informed ge
a the Special-Six leadsi
/ of endurance, comfo
upkeep. Drive one y
1-why thousands of oxu
- qualities which go t<
Onepice inshild faction and pride of <
-wif," windshied wt -unusually <comfortable, bec
holstery and long semi-elli
-endurance and dependabil
manufacturer through the 1
5-Pas., 119' W. B.; -a Studebaker-built L-head
5011. P. power.
Chassis. .. ..$1200 -economy of upkeep with
Touring Car . . 1475 minimum.
. Roadster -refinements such as you mi
. R(2Pa...) . . . 1425 Jeen boaght-day clock on inst
(4-Pass.) . . . 1475 Cowl ventilator controlled from
Coupe strument board.
I (4-Pass.) . . . 2150 Tonneau lamp with extension ct
Sedai.. .. ...2350 Parking lights in lower corners
.,.a./aory windshield base.
One-piece rainprqpf windshield
In the Specia-Sixc you get
Studebaker, the world's larg
T H IS I S A. S TU DE
FULLER & V~
of coal to ar
we will sell a
sold we expect
advise you to
The coal strike
irage mechanic will tell you
n value from the standpoint
rt, power and economy of
ourself and you will realize
-ners have found in it those
> make up motoring satis
ause df its deep, genuine leather up-.
>tic springs, front and rear.
ity have been built into it by the
ise of high-grade materials and work
motor, 334 x 5, develops fif ty horse-.
repair shop attention reduced to a
ght expect only in higher-pricedp.ars:
ru- Large rectangular plate glass rear
wmndow-7% x 23 mn.
Trans mission lock reduces cost of
r.heft insurance to owner.. 15% to
One key operates the Yale locic on
nd ,ignition switch, transmission anid
such value and satisfaction as only'
ast builder of sixes, offers.
BA KER Y EAR