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Di.d Is Batter Markot.
Many a boy makes his way through
college by writing fletion, but he al
Ways sends it to his father instead of
a pubiisher.-BoonvIlle (Mo.) Repub.
All Executors, Administrators,
Guardians and Trustees are notilled
that the time for making their annual
returns runs from January Ist to
0. G. THOMPSON,
21-4t-A Probate Judge.
NoUce of Stockholders Meeting
Resolved by the Board of Directors
of United Agency, of Laurens, S. C.:
lt. That subject to the approval
of stockholders of this corporation, an
inCrease of its capital stock to Twen
ty-five Thousand ($25,000.00) Dollars
is hereby determined upon.
2nd. That a meeting of the stock
holders of this company is hereby
called for the 16th day of January, A.
-13. 1923, at ten o'clock A. M, at the
office of the company, Laurens, S. C.,
for the -purpose of considering said in.
erease of capital stock.
3rd. That notice of said meeting be
given to the stockholders by the See
retary of this corporation by the pub-i
lication of this resolution at least once
a week for four successive weeks pre
vious to the date -fixed for said stock
holders meeting in the Advertiser, a
weekly newspaper published at Lau
rens, S. C., and by mailing a copy of
same to eaah. stockholder at least
thirty days before said date,
I 'hereby certify that the above reso
lutions were duly passed at a meeting
of the Board of 'Directors of tile United
Agency, Laurens, S. C., on the 12th
day of December, 1922.
L. G. BALIE,
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
IN COURT OF COMMON P1iA-YAS
13'D. iPeden in his own right and as
Administrator of the estate of J.
T. Peden, et al, 'Plaintiff
Esther Woodside, Defendant.
Pursuant to a decree of the Court
in the above stated case, I will sell at
public outcry to the highest bidder, at
Laurens C. 'H., S. C,, on Salesday in
January next, 'being Monday the 1st
day of the month, during the legal
hours for such sales. (tihe following
described prol)erty, to wit:
All that tract or parcel of land in
state and county aforesaid, containing
eighty-three (83) acres, more or less,
bounded by lands of Lula Parker, T.
B. <lenderson, '.\I. Murdine and others.
Terms of sale :cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers and stamps. If the
terms of saile are not comlled with,
the lanI to he re-sold on same or some
subnetmient Sar lestbiy on same terms,
at risk of former purchaser.
C. A. POWl'ER,
C. C. C. P. and C. S.
Dated, this 12th day of Dcc. 1922.
2 2-3t -S
You stop when the p
and you do not run a
of a red signal.
All the time you I
or keeping it secrete<
keeps the police busy
or in your clothing.
Thieves are easily di
safe and let a good,
bank care for your,
your bills by check.
Put an end to
wodry. it does
not mix well with
businzess or social.
'J. J: ADAMSPres. G
LANFORD NEWS *
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,Lanford, Dec. 18.-Rev. .Martin. of
Cross 11111, was here to preach 'Sun
day morning but the continuous rain
fall prevented the people from going
to hear him. It is hoped that he can
arrange to make another appointment
again in the near future, that -all may
hear him preach.
The school children are busy prac
ticing for the Christmas entertainment
and standing mid-term examinations.
Miss Mattie Moore is at home from
Anderson college, to spend Christmas
holidays with her mother, .Mrs. Alice
Miss Mary Iliggins came home Sun
day afternoon from Limestolie college
to be with her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs.
J. S. Higgins, for Christmas.
Mr. Fred Cox is also at home for the
Mr. and Mrs. j. NW. Johnson, Mr. C.
Ii. Waldrep and Mrs. C. D. "Cox were
in Laurens shopping Monday. Through
a mistake they put a nice little pack
age of Christmas articles, etc,, in some
one's Dodge car on the corner, which
,we would be glad to hear from.
dirs. A. R. Holmes and Mrs. R. T.
Crow were in Ljaurens shopping Mon
Mr. W, A. Thomas is still a very
Rick man. Mr. Earle Thomas, of Au
gusta, spent Sunday at his bedside.
Prof. James J. Fleming is expected
to arrive in a few days from Weites
Mr. John Melmoth Fleming will also
be here from Clemson college.
Rev. C. B.. 'Prince will preach Sun
The Rural Improvement association
met Friday -afternoon at the school
Mrs. P. M. Johnson the mother of
Postmaster J. E. Johnson, of Gray
Court, (lied at the home of her son
iunday afternoon.' 'I'le remains were
carried to her home church in Ca
tawba county, N. C., Monday, for in
Mrs. Johnson was well known and
much loved here by a host of friends
and relatives ;who were sorry to hear
of her death and symppthize with the
D.ttle to Keep Errors Down.
No inter wliuit ama's antural bent
Is, :( aways reasons that he enn run
a liewspap or a haseball temin hetter
tan they ::ro being run. AK a mnatter
(if fa . h111h jobt- ar diflicilt; it's
hard it keep it errors down.-Bluf
f alom l enintg Thies.
MA KE THIS AN
At our store you will find many use
ful and practical suggestions in this
respect. An electric heater, a toaster,
a ccffee percolator, a hair curler, a
grill or stove, electric pad, vibrator,
small motors, suction cleaner, etc. No
ndl' of gift hints here.
Phione -i23 Laurens, S. V.
ing Out Cash
aliceman waves his hand
n when you see the flash
tave just as dangerous a
money on your person
I at home. This is what
- --money hidden at home
See To-Day's Papers for
scouraged. Better play
lafe institution Jike our
noney, while you meet
EO. H. BL.AKELY, Cashier
WOlRLD AT LARGE
Governor-Elect Plans for Two Hun.
dred Thousand. Barbecue and Dance.
Oklahoma City, Okla., Dec. 9.-A call
forpcnough provender to serve 200,
000 persons two days has gone out
Gov.-elect J. C. (Walton (Democrat)
has Invited the world at large to his
inaugural party,-January 10 and 11, at
the state fair grounds here.
le said he expects his guests to
come by ox trains, airplanes, motor
cars, special railroad trains, riding the
rods and the cushions, afoot, horse
back, and by all available other meth
ods of travel.
le will serve then barbecue, and
give a square dance-on the complete
ly floored -in-circle of a half-mile race
Dan V. Lackey, prize fight promot
er, is chairman of the committee of
3,000 members arranging the festivi
Here is a tentative list of supplies
for the barbecue, prepared by Lackey:
Five hundred beef cattle, 200 hogs, 200
sheep, 5,000 chickens, 1,000 turkeys,
3,000 rabbits, 1,000 squirrels. 200 opos
sums. 500 ducks and geese, ten buf
falo, ten hears, ten leer, ten antelope,
five tons of coffee, five tons of salt,
live tons of sugar, 1,000 -pounds of
pepper, 250 bushels of onions, 100,000
loaves of bread, 100,000 buns, 15 car
loads of firewood and three carloads
of pine knots for kindling.
Here might be included also as list
ed by Lackey, 3,000 persons to serve
the multitude, and 500 expert butchers,
slicers and barbecuers.
The new governor is to take his of
flee on a stand erected in the race
track .padodck. The two houses of the
state legislature will concene in joint
session on the stand, and swear intov
oflIce the chief justice of thA supreme.
court, .who will then administer the
oath to the chief executive. This is
to take place on January 9. The two
day celebration will follow.
The new governor will ride a $5,000
saddle horse, seated on a $10,000 sad
dIe, in a parade which will start the
festivites. The horse has been prom
ised, according to Lackey, by'.Col. Zach
Mullhall, of Mulhall, Okla., and the
diltlond and ruby studded gold mount
ed saddle by Col. George Miller of the
101 Ranch. Both are members of the
central barhecue committee, as is also
Pawnee Bill, showman and rancher.,
Word has gone to (Democratic head
(luarters in every county of the state
to enlist all the old fashioned fiddlers
who know how to play "Turkey in the
Straw." Other old timers who special
iz ed in calling the figures for dances
are being sought.
Adjt. Gen. C. F. Barrett has promised
that units of the Oklahoma National
Guard will police the gathering. From
national guard and regular army
sources in the state, according to
iLackey, it Is expected that enough
tents can be gathered to shelter the
Among the especially invited guests
ot' the now governor at his inaugural
lparty will be about L.000 Indians. rep
resenting all the tribes living in Ok
lahomia. Several tribes have promised
to stage dancles.
Governor-elect Walton-was the nom
inee of the 'Democratic party, n his
statewide campaign he promised that
if he were chosen for the office of chief
executive his inaugural ball would be
no0 "1)ink tea party," for the "tour
hundred,"' but 'would be a real old
fashioned outdoor celebration for any
one who cared to be present. The
harbecue will carry out his camp~aign
Walton's ibarbecue, however will
not be the first inaugural celebration
of its kind ina Oklahoma. C. '1H. Has
kell, thme afirst governor of the state,
who, in 1907, took (he oath of office
three hours after the president had
signed the statehood bill, gave such
a celebration at (Guthrie, the former
WILL NOT LIQUI.DATUE
Grenvlille ('ount) Fair to Vo For'
'Greenville, Dec. 14.-The Greenville
County Fair associatlon will not liqui
date as proposed at a recent meeting
of its stockholders but will proceed
to raise $10,000 additional capital
stock and begin arrangements for the
1923 fair, it was decided at a meetingj
of stockholder, here today.
'Tho asnociationa' books showed' a
net pro'flit of approximately *$5,000 0on
two fairs held since its organization,
but owing to scarcity''of immedliate
funds it was recently proposed to lI
rhuidate the group. A committee of 40
citizens will be applolnted by the asso
clation oflicials .within a fcw dlays to
raIse tihe 'additional stock.
Qualities That Hold Friends.
Iloiding.( frl<-nds is hardler tihan win
nling tem. Trhis requires the tare art
of "wearing." Wearing implies stead
'fastqtss, freedom fromt vaclicton. It
comes through thme avenue, of intsritya
The than 'who wears Is the man who
can pass through life's severe storms,
and come out unharmed.1 The house
ret hie tife is bIE tip.o n ... .
the Treasured \Gift!
E VERY woman treasures beautiful Jewelry, and a
Christmas gift of it is sure to win her grateful admira
tion. Particularly if it's chosen from our exquisitely de
Our Jewelry stock is conplete for Christmas giving
from inexpensive novelties to costly gems.
\W illiam Solomon
WE WISH ALL OF OUR CUSTOMERS
When sitting by the Christmas fireside
and ruminating over things past and pres.
ent, let your thoughts turn to us for a few
moments and recall that not only at Christ
mas time, but throughout the year, we are
here to serve you the best' way we know
how, in supplying the best quality at reas
onable prices in
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Vulcanining. of the Better Kind
When You Need Us Call On Us
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JOE F. SMITH, Mgr.
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