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sthto of sontha Carolina,
County of Lnui's.
IN 'COlIlT OF COMMON PIEAS.
Southeastern Ltfe Insurance Co.,
. W. A. lloyd, et il, )efenidauls.
Pursunt to a decree of the Court
in the above stated case, I Will sell at
public outery to the highest bidder, at
Lauren3 C. I-I., S. C., on Salesday in
Novenber next, :eln's \londly, the 5th
day of the mouth, dun' the legal
boutrs for :th rales, tie foIwlng (e.
cribed proplrty, to wit: -
AM that loi. piec4 1ndI parocl of
land ituato, lying, and being in the
incorporate limits of the City of Iau
reis, in IIu retin County, S. C., con
tainng one (I 1) acre, more or less,
and bounded on the nortli by lot be
longing to the et.mtof .1. It. llrooks,
deceased, on the east by lot of 0. V.
Wallnee, on PIe south by 'lctleing
street. aUnd on the weet by Conway
Avenue anild being known as the corn
er let or tile Conway Anderson place.
. Also all that tract and plantation of
land siate, lying and beIng partly
withlin the Incorporate i1nits of the
city of Laurens, itf county and State
aforea id containing thirty-six and
one-half (36 1-2) acres more or less,
and bounded on the north by lota of
Mrs. Zeno lefferman and .1. C. Jloyd,
on ,be cast by Mrs. 1. J. Garlington,
on the south by I. A. Cooper, Irvine
Moore and W. I. lernlgan aid on the
west by Conway Avenue. Said tract to
be cut in three or more triets and sold
first by the tract and theit as a whole,
the most favorable bid to be accepted.
Teris of Sale' Cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers. If the terms of sale
are not compliled with, the land to be
re-sold on same or sonic subsequent
Salesday on same terms, at risk of
C. A. POWER,
- C. C. C. P. and 0. S., Laurens, S. C.
Dated, tills Oct. 9, 1917. 12-it-A
State oh soutit Carolina,
County (of Laurens.
IN COuirT OF COMMON PLAB.
The Poples Loan & 1l1.ehange Bank,
Mrs. JFeliela A. Sullivan et al, Defend
Pursuant -to a decree of the Court
In the above stated' case, I will sell at
public outcry to tile highest bidder, at
Laurens C. [I., S. C., on Salesday in
Novewber next, being 'Monday, the 5th
(lay of the month, during the legal
hours for such sales, the following (Ie
scribed property, to wit:
All that certain tract of land situ
ate 'in the county and State aforesaid
on the west side of Rteedy River,
about tiwo (2) miles below Tiumblin
Shoals containing one hundred ninety
eight and one-half (198 1-2) acres
more or less as shown by plat of the
lands of Mi. F. A. Sullivan, made by
Willinm L. Mitchell surveyor, on Sept.
18, 1912, and being the tract No. 1 de
scribed of said plat. This being tle
same tract of land sold and conveyed
to the said Felicia A. Sullivan by J. F.
Tolbert, Trustee in Blankruptcy of F.
A. Sullivan by (Iced, daled Nov. 25th,
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 mortgage of the
)urchase over the said premises,
bearing legal interest from date, with
leave to pirchaser to pay his entire
bid in .1ash. Purchaser to pay for pa
pers. If the tertIs of sale arte not
complied witl' the latyl to be
on same or soie subsequent Salesda.
on same terms, at --rlsk of former pur
C. A. POWIDR,
C. C. C. P. anld 0. S., Laurens, S. C.
D~ated, thIs Oct. 9, 1917. *12-4t-A
We offer Oneo Hundred Dollars
Rewvard for any case of Catarrh
that cannot b)e cured by Hall's
F. J. CH ENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have k nowa F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honornbs hinl all busonnsa
transnctions and~ tlnancially able to catry
out anty obligatotis tmati hy his firm.
NA TION A L hANK 01-' COMME RCE.
Hlall's Catarih Ctie i.s taken internally,
acting directly upon the bloo,1titnd mu
cous surfaces of the sy::temn. TestImonials
sent free. Price 75 e,-nts per bottle. Sold
by all D~ruggists.
Take hiult's F"amily nis (or conotipation.
* FINAL SETTi1E~iENT.
Take notie that on the 26th day of
October, 1917, I wIll render' a finai ac
couint or my acts and~ doings as Adint
Istratrix of the estate of Mrs. M. E.
Cutnn iigham, dteceasedl, ini the oflice of
the .ludge of Probate of laurens coun
ty, at I I o'clock, a. in. iand on thte sanme
day wIll apply for a final discharge
fromn imy truost as AdinnisttratrIx.
Any person indelbtedl to said estate
Is notilled and reqluired to make pay
menctt otn thtat (late; ad all personis
'havitng claims agaInst said( estate wnill
present thtem on otr before saId date,
duly provent or be forever barred.
JLIGNA C. AND10FmSON,
-(With will annexed)
Sept. 2'l. 1917.-1 mo. A
IN THlE iiSTiII(CT'00UlT 01' THEi
For tilt Westernt' District of South
IN TJiFH MATTIDR 0
J, H-. Dlagwell and J. . Bagwell, part
ners In trade, unt r the firm name
of B~agwell Brotht 's, and indIvidual
'Notlee Is hereby lven that pursuant
to the oter of J. , M Wain, IEaquire,
fIeferee in Bankr ptey I ill sell at
.public auction t the ht test bidder
fot' cash at IAur ns, . C., on Sales
day in November, , the same bheing
November theo 5th, between the houtrs
of 11 o'clock -A. M., and wvo o'clock P.
M., all that certain und ided interest
of J. 1I, Uagwell, in that tract or patr
cel of land in said county and State.
described generally as follows: That
tract-of land adjoining lands of Milford
Cheek, J. C. Milford and othere, situ
ate in Sullivan Township, said tract of
*land containing 90 acres, more or less.
-R, -M, -DAOUS,
Trustees in Bankruptcy,
13-St Greenville, S. C.
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* JONIES NEWS. *
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Jones, Oct. 22.-We extend congrat- 9
ig1tions to Ar. Ilonnie Bishop and Miss
Bagwell who wetq marriel yesterday
by iDr. J. 0. Aartin.
'14e Mt. Gallagher choir assisted by
good siniger*s from Poplar Springs and
W.are Shoals entertained the large alu
dience that greeted themil yesterday af.
ternoon with delightful songs. In be..
half of all of our people we assurle
tOem of our, sincere appreciation oft
We thank our friend, Rev. J. 11. Cope
land of Brewerton for a present of
some of his fine home-mn1ade syrup.
SNiessrs W. II. Hill and J. A. Nlor
risoin have made fine crops of cane
-1eachaig & Riley purchased a corn
We regretted our inability to at
tend the good roads meeting at Green
wood last Tuesday. :When the bonds
are issued one of the first roads that
should be built is from Greenwood
via Cokesbury Ridge, Jones and Ware
Shoals which would give us connec
tion with Princeton with the splendid
road to Greenville.
We are glad Mr. T. .J. Beacham
called the i)ttoption of the meeting to
that road as there is no more Import
ant road In the county.
The Mt. Gallagher school opened
last Alonday under very favorable
auspices. Addresses were delivered
by Superintendent of Education Jas.
Sullivan, Col. J. H-. Wharton and Dr.
W. T. Jones. Miss Myrtle Culbertson
assisted by Miss Lillie aMartin have
'bharge of the school and we hope
this will be the best terms in the his
tory of the school.
Mr. Igank .Jones and sisters, Mlss1
136llc, Mrs. Caine, and- Airs. McGowan
visited Camp Sevier last week.
Mr. John D. W. Watts, ex-sheriff of
Laurens was over last week with 106
fline fox hounds, but failed to get - a
-Mr. Jas. Rasor of Wayncsville, N.
C., Rev. F. L. Branlette of McCormick,
lion. Melvin Aslhey and Mir. Allen
Steiip of Hloena Path and Jeff Moore
of Greenville were recently in our
Rev. .. 13. Copeland of Brewerton
will preach here next Sunday after
noon at 3:30 o'clock.
'Miss Belle Jones left for her school
at. Hartsville last week.
Mirs. G. W. Jenkins and Masters Wi.
and Frank have returned to Columbia.
)I. Austin of Clinton was called
last week to see his brother-in-law,
.\r. John WV. Ueces.
While in Greenville recently we had
tie pleasure of meeting ex-Gov. M. F.
Ansel, Dr. Adolphus Martin and oth
We return our sincere thanks to all
friends who have recently remember
ed us with 1kind favors.
Colds, ('oughs, CIroup and Catarrh Ite.
lieved in Two Minutes.
is your throat sore?
Have you catarrh'l?
Breathe i fyomel.
Hlave you a coughl?
Have you a colds
'Il3yomei is the o le i'em df for all
nlose, throat and ~ung -~oubles. It
do(es not contain a iy,,*caine 01' 11101
phline andl all thiat'4. necessary is to
bre'a the it through the little pocket in
haler' that comes~ with each out'fit..
A comlelte outfit costs but little at
drulggists ever'ywhlere' andl at Lauirenls
Driug Co. and]ilyomlei is guar'anteedl to
b~anish catarrh, cr'oup, coughs, colds,
sore throat and br1onchitis or' monoy
back. A Hlyomel inhaler' lasts a life
time andl extra bottles of Hy3omell caln
6e obtained from driugglsts foi'.only'
a few cents.
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* DI)IE~IYY WflIIL K. *
* (By 'Wmn. D. S.)*
* * * * *t * * * * * * a
A Tubal Cain, a worker in metal,
whlo could take a bar' of i'on and
forge out a gun barrel, rifle, stock and
uGH!CALO~[[ I8 HOF
Calomel sickens! Don' lo
Liver and Bowels Ilth "
Ugh t Calomel makes you si k. It's
horrible! Take a dose of the da igerous'
drqg tonight and tomorrow y u may
lose a day's work. x...
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
which causes necrosis of the bones.,
Calomel, when it comes into contact
with sour bile crashes into if, breaking
it up. This is when you feel that awful
ng $ea and eramping. If you are sitig
gisI and "*11 knocked out," jf 'your'
livb6 Is torpid and bowels constipated
or you have headache, dizziness, coated
tongue, if breath 'his bad or stomach
sour, just try a spoonful of harmless
Dodson's Liver Tone tonight.
Here's my, guarantee-Go. to any I
drug store and get a 150 cent bottle of
nnanasn's Liver Tonn. Take a spn-.
ock, anld hyqd it over to you ready
0 shoot. He could repair your clock
nd locks, make new keys for them.
1 real handy man to have about. His
'un would 'kill a squirrel in the high
t tree in the woods. Our fathers
v'OUld shoot himl in the head, oft hand
vith old Whit. They disdained to use
scatter-gun in huntilig game. I hired
)rew to make me a meat knife to cut
>acon with in tile store. It wa1s a
;ood one. It would walk through the
>iggest side of b:con that, ever caic
>it of Chlicago. I hacked a bone and
>roke liy lyn' fe inl tvo pieces. I tried
ny best to get old Drew to make me
1tuother klife. No sir, I won't do it.
'oul took so little care of it, I will not
nake you a second one. Love nor
nioney would not influence him to do
his Work over. le Walked in the -store,
celing 'bad front taking too much
'high heel", handed me a quarter for
Ibottle of Perry I)vis pain killer,
vith the retist to unflcork and pour
t out in a tin cup. le drank it off
vithout water, or imaking a wry face.
TI i short timle Ie returned for a sec
)nd bottle, and drank it off. It was
lot long before I heard a thumping
1id knocking (own Ilin the mill, where
I found Drew tight as a tick, enter
aining the mill boys by cutting the
)Igeon wing for them.
It takes a lIee) of kinds of folks to
nake a world.
FAKE "CASCARTTS" IF
lest for ILker aid bowels, bad breath,
hadl ('0d4j, sour stolmach.
Get it 10-cent box.
viIck headnelhe, biliousness, coated
tongue, head and nose (logged l) with
i cold- always t1race this to torpid
liver' delayed, fermen lug food In the
b)o0wels o1 sour, gassy s nach.
Poisolouts matter ( ogged In the in
testines. instead of eIng cast out of
the system1 is re-al orbed into the
bWood. When this i o1,son 'e01 cles the
[Iclicate brain tissl It ises conges
ilon and that du1l1, ti )bbing, cken
lug liadachi e. t
Cascarels limm1llediatfly cleanse 'he
stoliacl. relmove the sou1r, undigested
1food and f0.11 gases, take the excess
bile fromt the liver and carry out. all
th1C. const i'atl.i want s. mat te!'.and pois
on. in the bowels.
A Cascaret tonigihti wil I surely
straightei yott ou1t by morning. They
work while you sleep-a 10-cent box
from your druggist means your head
'i.r, stomach sweet and yolr liver
ani(d boiuwels re' Illar for months.
* T'MBLING SHOALS NEWS. *
* * * * * S S o * * S S * a e
T1uming Shoals, Oct .22.-Rev. W.
A. Baldwin illed his regular ap
Imointmelnt at 1 lenderson church Sat
urday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Turner of
Greenville couity, were the week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ashmore.
Alesdaiues Joe lhoml pson and Calvin
Tumbling were the guests of Mrs. T. F.
Little Miss Lily Mae - KPIlett of
Fountain Inn was tie week-end guest
of her grandparents, Mr. nuld MI's.
J1. F. Leppard.
We are glad to r'eport lhat tile lit
tle son of '. and Mi's. P. O. Ashmore,
w'ho is Inl tihe Laurlens hospital and1(
uniderwlent an oper'ation for appendI
citis, wvill soon he home again.
Miss Laynle Le~ppard wvho is tak
lng a business course in Greenville,
spenlt thle wveek-ebnd withI hlomefolks.
Mr'. W. D. SullIvanI andic son weree
bulsines~s visitors in the city Thursday.
Mr'. Pal Iloper' visited hlomefolks tihe
IEat slowly, muastlente yourl food
thoirouighily, abstain fi'om m('at foi' a
few days and in most cases the sour1
stomach wvill disappear. If' it does
not, take one of Chlamberlaini's Tab
lets imediately after- supper, ited
umeats are muost likely to (cause soul'
stomilachl andl you may find it best to
cuit them out.
The teachers and l)upils of Cope
land school ill give a l11allowe'en
play Friday eveuing, October 26, at
7:30). Th'le pnblic is corially invitedl.
Admission wvill be 10 and 15 cents.
hR [IY[, if BIUOll8
e a day's work! Ciean your
Dodson's Liver Tone."
ful a Id if it doesn't straighten you
right up and make you feel fine and
rIgo'rous I want you to go back to the
storo and got your money. Dodson's
Liver Tone is destroying the sale of
Zahomel because it is real liver medl
line; entirely vegetablo, therefore it
aan not salivate or make you sick.
I guarantee tilat one spoonful of
Dodson's Liver Tone will put your
iluggishi liver to work and clean yotir
)owels of thlat sour bile and consti
,ated waste which is clogging your
aystem and making you feel miserable.
guarantee that a bottle of Dodson's
Aver Tone will keep your entire famn
ly feeling fine for months. Give it to
'our children. It is harmless; doesn't
;rine and they lIke its nlaannt taste,
U-B0ATS CAN NOT ,
"dember of lefelistag lits Little Hope
of Subimirine 4Vetory.. Alsace-Lor.
ridne Will Not H1e Surrendered.
Copenhagen, Oct. 18.-The pro
cediings of the convention or G man i
socialists at Wurzurg reveals slight
Ilrospects that the two bran iches of
!ho party will be united. Proessions;
if desire to establish party uni;y are
I:rofuse, but almost alwavy aire ac
1,ompanied by scolding of the opposite
iide and are based on the assumption
[lint reconeil fation would be possible
only by the submission of onle wing
to the dictates of the other.
At yesterday's session Cherman
Mueller of the executive committee
said A lsace-Lorrati ne udr no cir
cumstances co'ild be made a subject
of discussion in tlie peace ne.,otia
tions and thlp t lese pro ilees could
be wrested oily from completely
Dr. E~duard )avid, reichstag mem
her, delared the war could not be
elnded by submarines. Germany had
not been spared a fourth war winter
through the operation of the U-boat,
he said, and would not be able to force
peace upon E4Pngland in a few months,
as the Pan-Germans claimed or even
in one or two years.
OF SUGARI SHOIITAGE
3anufacturers of Caidles and Sweets
Also tapped by Food Administrat.
tlon. People Agait Warned.
Washington, Oct. 20.-Blame for the
present sugar shortage north of Savan
nliah and east of Pittsburg is placed
squarely on consumers and manufac
turers of candles and other sweets by
the food adinisiration.
In a statement today, the food ad
ministration said that had its recent
request. for curtailment of the use of
sugar been heeded, present conditions
would not. exist, and it again warned
the people to economize until new sup
plies are available. The statement
"The food administration some days
ago directed all manufacturers and
(list ributors of sugar to cease sales to
foot in tb
iI~ special <
G q uiremel,
On our li
confectioner, yrpi and luxury tman
tifacturers, until Cutban supplleg ale
available. By this meats tihe sg119ar
c 1nl t of the IIlea of p lentifuli
sugar outh of Savanuahi aini we-st of
and tu's ex edi I the aIi I .. o I 'f h) t
ug int o th Iev % I-' 'ar rea.
to week oil iv iL(i: 1Htckiul ties I') H
disitriu tigl ",elies of the o n 11 1 .
Whliiiich ere oo Jrat ing loyally *
mniie the~ii per1(id and h i te nh li
shor.tage thuat x i l in lte northI a
'I I States. l4ieports today' shlow thlat
mayretailers- inl llnan.\ cities% in) til:
neelionll are doing heir h to effe1t
Jusl diniributonol and( hoh11 pri( , 1-111
SoOd d iisrtr lo e V.,04 thte
I" * i *SiOASCR at
The Luzianne Guarantee: b
If, after using the contents M
of a can, you are not satisfied .
in every respect, your gro
cer will refund your money. Pr
The Reily-Taylor C
STORE OF BETTER SI
Shoe Store is well know
inity as the Family Shoe St<
the situation well, for ther
e -family )that does not rei
onsidlera ion in regard tp
St of pations ther?4re name
vhere every em'rber comes
ver once ikof going e
Mem ers of the Family com<
e Aged comes here for shoes
fort and style.
g Man and the Young Lady
Lrt shoes---shoes showing all
ren are sent here for shoes in
.ay be fitted correctly with
WE HAVE SHOES
edy & WI
"Themnrnwn 11D.1fac1oy-Sho 1Stor"
lhortage is exi>ceted to continue north
)f Saanniah and cast of 1Ittsburg un
11 December, when the 1ousltina, Mis
R1:1 i'i atnd 0ul41u supplies will bo
mr av1la il th. M-t sugar wvill bo
-ki in1to t em c, b1t 1h1 x t . to
h ih v it. h : uil li hargely
irmo I '.
OF:;I aI ~; h'Ok
71 1t 1:1' V C'M ( '1 i lt .
to eerby lb il I m he own..l
So i. ;a ital Atock
ha\ in, h(,en issued
r Vu l. o aro
A! I .
WO to One
Yes, Ma'am; and you don't
ve to take it for granted, either.
o can prove the first by taste,
6 the second by arithmetic.
iy a can of Luzianne. Use
If the quantity you ordinarily
>zp'd. If it doesn't go farther
d taste better than other coffee
the price, tell the man who
Id it to you and he'll give you
ck your money. Make no
stake, Luzianne is great coffee
exceeding great. Ask for
dompany, New Orleans
1j- nj this
>re. The - - ,..
e's not a
s of many
as here for
I the late