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Statte of South Carolina,
Vounty of Liaurens.
Inlnk of Urp',ss Ilill, Plaintiff,
C. Elarl (loodwin and .lary Eitha
Pttluroa ant, to a lecree of the (Cou rt
'n the above stated case, I will sl I at
iublic oltcry to the highest bidder, at
Laurens, C. It., 8. C.. on Salesday in
November next, being M~londay the Ith
dhy of th( 11uonhii, dluriig he lIgal
houtirs for such sales. ite following de
scribed plroperlty. to wit:
All that tract and plantation of land.
s'.tuatel, lying and being in Cross Hill
Townlshlip, Ill l:11urenis Counlty, Southl
Ca-olina, coitainlilig tighty-fourl (Ni)
(c Ys, more or less, and bounded on
ihl, nortl by lalnds of W. E. Crisp and
.Joe Ilitt, on the east by lands of Dr.
.J. i1. Miller, onl the south by lands
belonging to Ihe estate of .o Joe hll, de
eensed, and on t he West by lainds of
.Joe 11111 et al. taid tract of land be
'ing known as a part Ot tle h'los. If.
TIll Spring Grove Place.
Terms of Sale: One-half cash, bal
aice to be paid twelve months fronm
daite of sale; the credit portioi to be
secured ,by bond and mortgage of tle!
purchaser over the sai(I premises,
bearing legal interest from dlate, with
leave to purchaser to pay his entire
b)fid it cash. Purchaser to pay for pa
pers and stanb)s. If tht Ieris of sale
are not complied with, the land to bel
re-sold on saie or some subseqient
Salesday on same term1s, at risk of
'. .\. POWl)IR.
C. C. C. P. and (. S.
Jated Octoober 2, 1922. 1-1-3t -A
L A ND 1) Sk.I- E
State of t Caroilnit,
County of Laurens.
J. . Cu lbertson, Plaintiff
A. R. -Garrett, Defendant.
Pursuant to a Decree of the Coutrt
in the above stated case, I will sell at
public outcry to the highest bidder, at
12aurens, I. If., S. C.. oil Salesday in
November next, being .\londay the 6th
day of the itmontl, during the legal
hours for such sales, the following de
scribed property, to wit:
All that -tract. piece Ior parcel of land
lying, being and situate in tile County
of Laurens, in the State of South Caro
lina, containing thirty and one-fourth
(30 1-4) acres, more or less. bounded
on the north by lands of L. A. Brock,
on the east -by lands of It. 1. Gilker
son, -on the south and west by lands
of J. B. Jiuminbert, being the lands pur
chased thy me from A. L. -.lahaffey, and
said lands rare free from liens and en
eumbrances, and are in my possession
as owner thereof in fee simple.
Terms of Sale: Cash. lPurchaser to
pay for paper- and stanpsl If the
terms of sale are not complied with,
the land to be re-sold on same or some
subsequent Salesday on same terms,
at tisH ' former purchaser.
C. A. POWIR,
C. C. C. P. and (. S.
Dated October 2, 1922. 1 4-3t-A
but Next Dose
It is Mercury, Quicksilver,
Shocks Liver and Attacks
Calome(l salioat ion is hlorritble. It
swells tile t onguie, llosenls theO tthl and
starts rhieumalttismt. Theire's no reason
whby a persont shiouldt talke siekening, sal i
vating catlomiel whlen a fewv cents buys a
large bottle o1f D~od'on's Liver Tone-a
perfect sutbstittute for catlomnel. It is a
pleasant vegetabl lit ud110 whlicht will
start your liver j-ust as surely as
caloiiel, but it dloesn't make y'ou sick
andl cnn not salivate.
(Calomel is a dangerons drtug, besid(
it masy make you feel weak, sick anud
naulsealted tomorrow. Don't lose a dayE
wvork. 'Take a spoonful of D~odson'
Liver Tone instead nadtlvott will wake uf~
feeling great. No salts necessary. Youm
druggist, says if you dlon't find Dodson'i
Liver Tone acts better than~ treachieroul
ealomnel yormoe is waiting for you
Ly removes burnt grease
!and makes blackened iron
-pots and pans look like
new. Send for f'ree booklet.
Ahwqys drnand thme genuine
RE DE lY
MAY GIVE PAROLE
TO "1OST NEGOIO"
Convicted, Sentenced to Die, anid Then
A ppealled to ('0our1t
Columbia, Oct. 16.--covernor Ilar
vey is seriously considel'ing either
iamrolinlg or reducing to live or six
years' impisoimient the sentence of
D avid Iranium. the "lost'' iegro at
he State peniitentiary, iwho hts beei
tindel dealti Seittice from Orange
hrilg County for attempted crimtilial
a ssatillt siice Septemiber, 118.
tr1iannuimi's cast is a curious one.
lit was convicted of criminal assault
on a two and a lialf-year old girl and
enitenced by the late .ludge .\McIver to
be elect rocited. 1His case was aippeal
ed, the appeal never perfected and he
has never beei I'seitenced.
In the lapse of tile attention has
beein brought to hear on the case wheni
G overnor lIarvey found ithat the ne
gro has heeii at tle state prison uin
del a iecuIliar, status and much preis
sure i has ieen brouglit to hear on the
execuitive for lemency on IIe ground
that the nepro Is innoceit of the
clare 1 and should never have been
'I'he negro at the time of t ar
raign ment I had no mioney nor friends
and A. J. lydrick was appointed by
thle c!ourlt to defenid him1. 10d. C. Miann,
later elected to 'Coigress, was soliO
tor andl prosecited him. Attorney
Ilydrick appealed tlie case, arresting
electrocution, but. when elected soli
citor to succeed -'on. Manti, lie
felt a hesitancy in stressing cieliiemecy
for one Who had been his client,
lioigh withliout uloletary considera
tion. There the case "rested" and
the ni egr1o reiiainled in prison.
Governor I Iarvey has given a great
deal or thought to the matter; that
there was iotiing produced at the
trial ,which would demonstrate the
coimiiittal of the grave chairge charg
ed, partictilarly the attendant physi
c(ali's testimony r'egarlding tile )hysl
(Il Icireicuistances sllrrioun(ilg tile al
leged crime. was demonstrative that
it had not been committed. The most,
stated lawyers, which the negro should
have been convicted of was aggravated
assaault, which carries a ilixinilIm of
six years' imprisonment. There seems
to be no legal means by which the ne
,rto can get back into the couirts.
Siice he hats been delving into the
case tile Govei'nor has received a ;)e
tition from citizens of Orangeburf
county asking for clemency, Which,
was signed by many of the juirors. The
foreiiaii ot tile Jury camne inl his auto
mobile, a distance of fifty miles, to
rge tle Governor to (o soietliing fin
the case. It. T. -Doughty, cashier of
(lie Hank of North, and Carlton 0.
Douighity, an etiploye of .he Federal
Land Bank, Columbia, who wvere be
hind the prosecutiol of IIilliIIIII , who
1lived on their farm, have asked for
The Govenllor is of the opinion that
the Mail hIa sitetrif'ed tiiough and lie
idoes not thIi ink lie shou Id remain
tiescent in the case aInd leave the'
Inegro to remain behind prison bart'
for tihe iremainderk of is life, lpar
tiularly whleu lie is iudoubtedly in
noceni o (f thle pairticuilar offense of
which lie has been sentencedl to dleath.
H JONES NEWS *
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JTones, Oct. 21I.- We w~ere very sor'
iry to hiearI of the dealth of our friend,
il r. Alonzio Cuilbertsona, 01' Lautrenis,
atid symi:tyttlihize withI the bereaved
WVe r'ecenitly' met our' cousin, Mrs.
Sallie Moore and .!lss Kate Mledlock,
of I[a rmony'.
.lir. W. Sunford Knight , of Ander
Soil, wats :l(ere a few daiys agoi looking
after his rent.
We extend congratutlations to .\r.
*Wistar Iliiggins andc -.\iss E'thiel Hu tnni
utwowere recently married.
We re ndetedto our friend, avir
.ama ie.\cNinich, for a large opos
*Mr. Mae f~ilihey's car' turned overi'
few days ago with his famnily, but for
Innatsely all escaiped serious injury.
Tihe farmiiers are sov. ing oats.
Mrs. ft. L. Gr'aham 'ommiienlCeo
teaching the Palmetto school, neat
Owingsville on the liith inst.
Tihose whio atttendedQ~ the Piedmroni
idr wvere well pleased wvithi the ex.
Top soil toads arc nov/ being bull
frotm Ware >Shoals to Shoals Junctiot
and from Wairo .Shoals to -Honea Path
D~r. W. Tr. .Jones regretted his In.
ability to attend the D)istri'ct .\iedica
mieetiing at Newherry on the 19th inst
All of the wvork at WVare Shoals i
IThe friends of Mir. John Medloci
......et iheari i:'t h" had an at
tack of lparaly'sis on the 12tn itist. an
Is in a critical condition.'
0(d lhe Piedmio,, iFt-. ini G.reenlwoo
.Law is Tiaylor, a wvorthiy ante--beiluti
slave, . liassedl away recently.
-Mir. Cal (Grahapin, of aOue .West, visit
ed lis sloter, Mirs. Mace Morrison, lan
T hebin tiger~ ate boW - ~ ei
leflance of the law and it is the duty
:f every -good citizen In suppressing
Lhe infamously dirty and iniquitous
We recently met the following
rriends: Hon. J. K. Durst, .mayor liart
rog, S. 0. larvey, Oscar Turner, and
Joe Simms, of Greenwood; Alfred le
Ninch, of Owingsville; Allie Sharp,
of Princeton; iobert Williamson, of
r..W. 'Townes Jones and son visited
Greenville last Wednesday.
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State of South ('arolina,
Coity of ILatrenis.
IN COlRT OF COMMON PLEAS
The Federal -Lanald Bank of Columbia,
S. C., Plaintiff
I. C. Ezell et ai, Defendant.
Pursuant to a decree of the Court
in the above stated case, I will sell at
Imblic outcry to the highest bidder, at
Liaurens. C. ii., S. C., on -Salesday in
November next, being londay the 6th
lay of the month, during the legal
bours for such sales, the following dc
seribed property, to twit:
All that certain piece, parcel or
tract of land containing tlree hun
ired and forty-seven and three-fifths
147 -0 acres, more or less, situate,
lying and being on the Greenville and
Augusta road about eight miles West
from the town of Waterloo in Water
loo township, County of 'Laurens,
State of South Carolina, having such
41hape, metes, courses and distances as
will more fully nopear by reference
to a plat thereof made 'by J. 0. Mar
tin, surveyor, Sept 2, 1919 and being
bounded on the north by lands of
Thomas i.Martin, on the east, by lands
of .1. M. Jones, on the southeast by
lands of I. C. Smith, and on the west
by 'Saluda River and the Goddard
lands, this being the same tract of
land heretofore cotiveyed to M. J. Ow.
ings, by 1t. It. Jones and others as
heirs at law of Jane Owings by their
deed dated the tth of Jalluary, 1903,
and recorded in the office of the Clerk
of Court for Laurens County, il 1)00k
of deeds 12 at page 185i and conveyed
by the said .M1. J. Owings to 1H. C.
E'zell which deed has been filed for
record in the oflice of the 'Clerk of
Court for Laurens County, S. C.
Terms of Sale: One-half cash, bal
ance to be paid twelve months from
date of sale; the credit portion -to be
secured by bond and inortgagi of the
purchaser over the said 4iremises
bearing legal interest from date, wit]1
leave to purchaser to .pay -lia entirf
bid in eash. Purchaser to pay foi
papers and stamps. If the terms o:
sale are not complied with, the lani
to be re-osid' on same or some subse
quent Salesday on same terms, at risl
of former purchaser.
C. A. POWER,
C. C. C. iP. and G. S.
Dated October 14, 1922. 14-3t-J
AFTER you bade your wife and children a fond fare
well---then to be called at your office informing you
that your home had been destroyed by fire---isn't that a
condition of affairs to turn one's hair gray, in the event
no Insurance had been taken to cover the loss.
Particularly is it distressing when you have spent thousands of
hard-earned dollars to make your home truly a palace.
The premium for Fire Insurance is insignificantly small---and the
risk is too great to take. Call for one of our representatives and let
him explain our Insurance to you.
The United Agency
L. C. BARKSDALE, Mgr.
Phone 409 Laurens National Bank Building
Oct. 31 --Nov. 1-2-3
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Biggest Midway Shows Ever Seen in the South
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Superb Exhtibits of Agriculture
ad Live Stck
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