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* Local and Personal ien~ton. *
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1)r. 'T. L. W. Bailey, of Clintne, was
a visitor in the city Monday.
Mrs. iR. S. 'Tl1ompson, of Aniilerson,
Is the guest of her sitcr, Mrs. .1. R.
'Mr. J. T. McPherson, of Charlotte,
spent the week end near the city with
Mr. and .Mrs. -t. I. Gray and Miss
Gladys Gray, of Gray Court, were vis,
itors in the city Monday.
-Most heater:; waste half your fuel.
Cole's 'Hot i:ast Heater.; save and
use that wasted portion.
Mrs. .'Ja'mes Davis ad chilldren aid
Miss Nell Jones spent the week end in
Greenwood with dlr. and Mrs'. 'J. M.
Mr's. '1. S. Langston, of Ma(ldon Sta
tion, has been very ill for the past
few days and yesterday she was' grad
ually growing weaker.
Mrs. F. P. Deason and children of
McCormick and Mrs. 1M. C. Thomas and
-children of Augusta, are spending sev
eral days with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. .1. I'. Tolleson.
Master Iichard IHabb, who has been
ill of fever at the .Julia Irby Sanita
rium for several weekA continues to
be quite sick but the crisis is expect
ed to pass this week and hopes are en
-ertalned for his early recovery.
Mrs. S. R. Todd and Miss' Bessie
Crews spent Sunday in reenwood with
'Mrs. J. C. Godfrey and attended the
Uiypsy Smith meeting Sunday night.
'Friends here of Mr W. J. Sloan, of
Anderson, will be sorry to learn that
e'has been seriously Ill Ifor the past
few weeks on account of blood r oi)on
Ing resuting, from the scratch of a cat
which occurred about flve weeks ago.
Miss Margaret Wright spent the
week end in Greenwood with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. 'H1. L. Thames and lit
tle daughter, of 'Charleston, are spend
ing some time with 'Dr. and Mrs. 11. K.
Aiken. Mr. Thames has been in the
hospital for some time and is now re
cuperating before returning to work.
Mrs. ilarold' Moore, of Portsmouth,
'Va., formerly Mis Shirley 1lix, is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Mahaffey.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. .W. Shell left last
week for Florida, where Mr. Shell
went on business.
Mi's. D. H1. Counts returned yester
day from Greenwood where she has
been visiting relatives for a few days.
Col. 'T'. I. Dalington came up from
Chiarleston Sunday to spend the week
(n'd here with his family.
The many friends of Mir. S. C. Wood
will be sorry to learn that he has been
confined to his room for several (lays
on account of sickness.
'There will be a box supper at Lis
bon school house on the right of Oct.
29th, the proceeds to go to improve
ments in the school. The public is
Card of Thaniks
1I wish to thank my many friends
who wer'e so kind to us during the loss
of mules and barn by fire. May God's
richest .blessings rent upon them all.
C. C. Saxon and( Family.
('otton Market Advances
The New York and New Orleans cot
ton markets have shown further ad
vance'(s during the past week, the D)e
cember' contract going above the 22
cents mnark. Isocal buyers were pay
ing ti'om 22 to 22 l*-2 cents for good
'ottonii yester iday . S isa11 quanities arec
bIn lg sold. btut farmersivi are gieerally
adhin ig to the hioldinig movemeni'it.
Whole01saule (Gracery' Moltes
Th'e I )lx I loi ur and Gri C'oamny,
the newx ('aig buiildin;gs on East lain
Sof this conici'rn necessitated larg
nea'rly' twice aI lurg asi~ their formier'
(d and( will make it -possible11 for'
th mi to serve tir tradel with a wider'I
variety of mier'hlandise and with great
he uised by th li City M~arket, of whichi
Mr'. J1. . Ogliesby is propieitor'.
.John Wit. M\loore, ai former' i res~idet oif
the Col0 dPI olint sectIon of t he 'oun1ty,
diled at his home ini Auigusta, (Ga., Oc
tober 1 t, after having been in failing
health for several years. lie was'
about 110 years of age and Ia surivived
by his widow, who was a Miss Nlmore,
of this county, and by two sons aiid
two daughters, asi follows: Guiy A.
Moore, of 'Cold iPoint; C. HI. Moor'e, of
Augusta; Mi's. Kenethi McNinch, of
New Jersey, and Miss FAIa Many Moore,
of Augusta. Mrs. L. F. Nelson,. of thIs
c~ty, Is a sitser of the ldceased.
J~auirensl vs. Simpswonville Friday
The I2auirens High &'hool football
team will meet the strong team frm
Simpsonylilo on Fiday afternoon at
the city ball ipark. The reports com
ing from Simneonvlle s'how that the
The Wednesday ClubI.
The Wednesday Club will meet this
afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. IR. Coke Gtray.. The regular pro
gram will be carried out.
Meeting of W. 31. U.
The First )ivision of the W. M. U.,
of the Baptist church will be held at
Langston church, November 13 and
14. The program will be announced
Meeting of U. ;I). C.
The J. 13. Kershaw chapter, U. 1). C.,
will hold its regular monthly meeting
Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock with
Mrs. L. G. Balle.
Mrs'. Brooks Swygert, Sec.
-Nir. and Mrs. W. T. Cooper announce
the engagement of their (laughter,
Ma'Rie. to Mr. (Henry Wales Wilburn
of Flnoree, S. C., the wedding to take
place in the late fall.
Miss Alma Garrett, of Pelzer, and,
Mr. A. B. Milam, a well known young
farmer of the Lisbon section, were
happily married at the home of the
bride's father, Mr. A. M. Garrett, at
Pelzer. last Wednesday. The cere
mony was ' performed by the bride's
cousin, Rev. W. 'B. Garret, pastor of
St. Paul Methodist church, Greenville,
asslsted by her pastor, Rev. C, L. Stew
art. Only a few intimate friends and
relatives were present and immedi
ately after the ceremony the bride and
groom left for their future home in
For 3iss Bolt.
Mrs. Thoma3 ID. Darlington and 'Mrs.
James C. Todd entertained at an elab
orate afternoon tea Wednesday from
4 until 6 o'clock in honor of Miss
F'arah Bolt, one of the fall brides.
The house was' pretily decorate din cut
flowers and pot plants, particular em
phasis being laid upon the dining
room where a color selifrme of white
and green was ('arried out with strik
The gu es-t s were met at the door by
.\1rs. R. Vance Irby and .Miss Lucy
Vance Darlington and directed to the
drawing room where Mrs. Darlington,
Miss lolt, Mirs. John F. Bolt, Mrs.
Todd and .\rs. WV. R. Richey, Jr.,
weri'e in the receiving line. Assisting
in entertaining here were Mrs. A. Dial
(ray, Mrs. .Jerome Christopher, Miss
Julia Irby and Mrs. H K. Aiken. In
the dining room, Mrs. Geo. C. Albright
and 'Mrs. .1. H1. 'T'eague served sand
wiches while Mrs. Brooks Swygert and
.irs. V. I). .Ferg.,son ipoured tea.
Before the guests took their depart
ur'e the hostes-es presented Miss Bolt
wvith a dlainty piceC of lingerie.
Trher'e wviil be a teachers' meetin~g
at Laurens in the court houise Satur'
(lay, Novemibei' the 6th. There will be
a priogr'am dlealing wvith the prioblems
of the class room as well as a speclal
sipeake' for the occasion. At this
meeting there will lbe an organ lation
per'ifec'ted' for the Tea('crs' Asgsocia
tioni dulring thle coming year'. Pians
winll also be discussedC foi' attendilng
lih' State Teaihei's Meeting wich is
to he heild inl .Si'atanhiirg, N"ovmberl'i
tircen'ile ioiinty. boys3 ar'e he avy and
r*y to g'amesc -o far. losini2 to) ias
t o' a.md def'eat iny~ ('l inton "lii"' by a
tory\ to the~ 1lone victOr:.- which they
have' won over Anderson. Alt honuli
Suniisoniville will ouitwe'(igh thieii, the
I .auriens boys ex tec(t to overc'omie t his
hian-ti':,p withI 'spee-d. 'one'h Moseledy
milnii in whl'd'h tihe local ti''tim has
bien iather w"eak. fly Priday., they
rhoil d hiav'e Iimprov'ed gi'ea tly3 in t hits
departdmen't and withi all the men in
good shiaiw. m harid hattie will he seen.
Th'le game will lie ('nlied at ?.:30 p. m.
Tickets wit be sod at 25 and 501 cent)s
IRe'nts (Giikerson Hlome.
Mrs. Al lie Templeton, of McCormick,
has iented the GlIlker'son boarding
house conduicted by Mr. and'Mi's W. ii.
Glilkerson foi' a long termi of ye'ai's and
will take charge about D~eceimbei' isi.
Mi's. Trempileton is an experiiened~
boariding house keeper and wvillI agaIn
openm the (lining r'oom, which has been
ciosedl for' the plast year.
Lost.-Monday morning somewhei'o
between my home, the Watts Mills and
Switzer' Company's stoA',.a purse con
taining about $75 and A'aluable p~aper's.
rhe finder will please return to meI and
receive reward. C. A. Senn, R. F., D. 1.
Trespns Notice.-All persons are
hereby warned not to hunt or other
wise trespass on my lands in the
Trinity Ridge section on pain of pros
ecution to the extent of the law. W.
D). L2ynam. 15-1 t-Pd
'arms for itent.--I have several
farms for rent. Soflme of which have
good buildings and land in high state
of c.ultivation. I). E. Todd. 15'-It-Pd
'or Sale.---+egistered .Jer~tly bull
two and half years old. perfectl.y gen
tiel( and no ba traits, weight about
800l) pounds. i'rice $75.00, 1I1. V. Todd.
Oil Tanks and Pumps, Air Com
pressors, Computing Scales, Floor
Scales, Show Cases, Account Reg
isters, Rebuilt Cash Registers, I
Safes, Store Fixtures.
THE IIM1LTON SALES CO.
Columbia, S. C.
0. Langdon .ong
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Enterprise National;Bank Building
All Legal Business Given
C. E. KENNEDY & SON
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls answered any hour day or night
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Prompt Attention Given All Business
Money to Loan on Real Estate
Office in Simmons Building
Our prices w,
__this 20 per c
low that no o
Habitual Constipation Cured
fin 14 to 21 Days
'LAX-F'OS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially
)reparcd Syrup ionic-Laxative for Habitual
ionstipation. It relieves promptly but
houl(d 1e taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce regular action. It Stimulates and
Regulates ~ Very Pleasant to Take. G0c
itlle 411 South Carlina111.
1,1101"\T:': (0l 1'
'ursuant to a decree of the Cot:rt In
he case of .1. ilLeury Itasor, as ad'n11
strator. Plainitiff, artainst .1. Q. Smith
t aI, I)efendants, I wihl sell at public
muetlon to the highest bidder, at Lal
ens C. 11., S. C., on Salesday in Novem
icr, 1920, it being the 1st day of the
nonth, during the legal houry of sale,
ill that tract or plantation of land. sit
lying and being in Cross Hill
l'ownshi), in Laourens County, S. C..
ontaining one hundred sixty-live i lti.
Cteres, 1m101e or less, bounded on the
ortli by lands of L. W. Rleeder, on the
:ast by lands of R. L. Cole, on the
outh by lands of E. it. Pinson and .1.
). Smith, and onl the West by lands
f -- ---and Cane Creek.
Ternis of Sale: Cash. l'urch-isnr to
ay for papers an( stamps. If the put
:laser galls to con ply with the terms
if sale, the land to be resold on the
ame or some subse(lient Salesdiy on
he same terms, and at the risk o the
.O. G. 'TIIOM PSON.
.1. P. L. C.
etober tG, 1920. 1:t- t-A
3 SAW PRICES
ng outfit, forced feed--a com
ing logs to any length Does the
I of blade while engine is runnin:.
Showing Gasoline Engines 2 to
30 it. p., Power Saw Rigs and
1)rag Saws, all e(luipped with
Bosch 'htigh Tension Magneto.
Starts tand Stops Saw
COt1Il A SUPPLY CO.
823 Gervais Street,
COLUMBII, S. ('.
n the State.
rices so very
$ SPECIAL NVTICES. $
'T'respass Notice.-All shooting and
hiuilg plo hibited oi land I own or
have leased. 1. C. Fleming l4-2t-pd
,cost--Strayed from Iy pasture,
blaek Jersey heifer, with gray nose.
Also two squirrel gray Jersey heifers.
ii. C. Fleming. I -1-2t-pd
For Saie-Twenty pigs, Berkshires
and Poland Chinas. 'rices right. If.
C. Flening. 4-2t-pd
For pent-7 room house on S.
harper street. See L. W. Martin or
13. .\. Wolf1:' 14)-tf
Notice.-I want- my friends to know
that I am now located at Laurens
\ill, Fleming Street, conducting a
grocery store and meat market. I
will be in t-he market for beef cattle,
hogs, butter, chickens, eggs and other
plroduce. Pring your produce to me
and1 I will also appreciate your trade.
Itiley Haiumor.d, Phone 316. 14-3t-pd
For Sale Chea.--1 suit of solid wal
nut furniture in first rate condition.
See Mrs. E. L. Leake, Route 4, or call
at house just below Cold Point.
For Sale-Thirty--five acre farm 1 1-2
miles from court house, 5 room dwell
ing. Price .right for quick sale. J. E.
Cannon, Laurens, Route 2. 15-5t-jd.
Cedar Shingles-5x .No. I Cedar
shingles, $9.00. Any quantity. 1E. V.
Golding, Waterloo, S. C. 13-4t
Seed (tats--ited Appler and l"ul
ghum pedigreed, Smut free. Highest
quality. Guaranteed. In lots of 10
bushols $2.50 per bushel. Iumphrey
Coker Seed Company, Hartsville, S. C.
S. Pressly, .anager. 13-it-cid.
For Sale or tent-One good desir
ablo farm located half way -between
Laurens and Clinton, I mile from Top
-.,ll road, near good school and
church; 8 room dwelling house with
all modern conveniences, lights, and
'phone, I tenant .house and all nec
essary outbuilding.;. For further in
formation, write G. It. *lilam, New
Market, S. C. 13-3t
For Male-Nice flolstein cow, fresh
in milk; now' giving abeout l golions
..er day. J. A. ODavenport, or 1). 1-1.
..ountis, Laurens, -S. C. 13-3t-pd
Now on itand--lunchm of. fresh
horses and zpares. Come and see
theme at old stand in Laiurens. W. H.
Cars 1'nsh ed.--lave your cars
washed right. T. B. Stunerel. .15-t"pd
Wate'd.---.A live salesman with ex
perience to sell Wilys Power and
Light Plants to the rural homes in
LIurens 'oun1ty, South Carolina.
Wilys light. Co., Orangeburg, S. C.
liagging 4 and Ties For Sale.-- In lots
of e 5) patterns or miore at $1.25
per: pattern, f. o. b. Greenville, Siip
onsville, l"ountain Inn, i'asley or IiLb
erty, . C. This bagging has all heen
carefully patched and is put up in
rolls of five patterns to roll--all ties
full lengi.h, straightened and put up in
hiind es of 30 ties each with sutllelent
buck les. Woodside (:otton. Mills Co.,
Greenville, S. C. 12-61
Pic ture .Franes--Any size, boti
square and oval with plain or convex
glass. Good assorniment picture
moulding Just received. Nichols Stu
Notle-Laurens Trust Company
will pay you 6 per cent interest for
your money. - 15-tf
''respauss Notice.-All peions ar1ie
hereby warned against. hunting, shoot
ing or in any way treslpassing on our
land. Mrs. J. O. C. Fleming. l5-2t-chi
For Sale.-'ut ilowers, chrysanthe
mus, $1.00 and $2.00 rper doz. Mrs. J.
G. Sullivan, Laurens, 5. C. 15-It-lpd
Lost.--Jlunch of keys In . ourt
house. Finder please retuirn to Clerk
bf Court's otilce. 15-It-pd
WanIted--Clean white rags at the
For Male--'C'hoice Chrysanthemums.
Wihere 'The&re's a llably Ona Fiarmn hieep
Hats are on most farms. Once t hey
get inside the house- --look out. Hats
kill inifants-hliting them is nortiun
'asua) Nuirsinig bj tiles attract rats.
11reak a enkew of iR TfI-SNA I' and1( thronw
. :-ound o. It w i 1 11 s r)ly rid y113ou of
ra s 1 an)ld il((. Thri ee sizes, 35, 5,
and $1.''5. Sol amd guiaranlted lby
tliaaurns Ilird..varo e .. Putni3n's D~iru;
Stor', and1( Renned(y lIbos.
Saiue $100 1?
One 51'e palmx. cani kill .33 rats. Theii
in rQ1d. ('hicks andio 'ron'ertvl3- deiru
Sitnl. IinTl---N .\ !' is deadly lto lais.
Ima . ('omes. ini gake,. Ibils v.1I
Jiass u1p men3t, gra1in, cheese3 to fram
'md I 2.'. I d and33 guaran1 ited hv
lareins lbid war iio(., ilaImn 1111m:Q
.i ,1mes St 1ucky S Nys "lii I( list 31l e
$1'-5 'oir I'Inumbling Bills,"
tea' upl flooi, lpipes/ e., foui ai 'at 's
nes'It in)hl5ill baeet, "Ahey( had( cho(keCd
the p1ipes withI refus e. Th'e 13lumb erI'.-;
bill wVas $1 25. RlATl-.NAP e'(leanred
th13 rod)3ent ouit.'" Thruiee sizes, 35sc, 65',
and $1 .25. Sold and guaran lteied by
I Ui'ens HIaridw"arue C'o.. Put nam'1 Ii~ruig
Store, and1( Kennedy hrios.
'Take notice that on the 29th (lay of
Oetober', 1920, I will renudei' a final1
account of my acts and( doines.? as Ix
ecuitor' of the (estate of' Sallie 11. Os
blorne, deceased, in the ofiee of the
Judge of Pr'obate of Laurens county, at
11 o'clock, a. ni. and on the satme (lay
wvillI apply fom' a tinal discharge from
my trust as 10xeeutor.
Any person Indebited to salid estate
Ia notified and~ r'equ~ired to make pay13
ment on that da to; and~ all peroinifs
havlin'g claims against said estate wIll
present them on or before said (late,
duly pr'oven or' be forever har""
C. B. BOBO, Executor.
September' 29th, 1920.--1. 1mo.
SUMMONS FOIL RELIEF
The State of South Carolina,
County of laurens
COURT OF COMMON 1'lEAS
'3. J. Madden. Plaintiff
Hattle lloyd, aliaI lattie Boyd IHamsp
To the defendant above nanwid:iI(l
You arae herebQiy SununlI~oned~ an re
(ittired to answer the compIjlaint in this
action of which a copy is herewitii
serVed upon you. anid to serve a copy
of your answer to said compilaint on
the subscribers at their olilee at Laur
ens, South Carolina within twenty
days after the service hereof; exclu
4ive of the day of such service; and
if you fail to answer the compnh lainti
wvi thin the ti Ine a foresaid, the latntiffa
in ths action wii apply to the Court
for the relef demlau(cd---in- the com
The complaint herein was filed in
the office of the Clerk of this Court at
bxaurens, South 'Carolina, on the Sth <
lay of October, 1920, and is now on
Dated October 8, A. ). J020.
Sias1)01n, Cooper & Babb,
No Worms fin a Healthy Child 1
All children troubled with worms have &;n ur
icalthy color, which indicates poor blood, and as a
rule, there is more or less stomach disturbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly
ror two or three weeks will enrich the blood, im
provo the digestion, and act as a General Strength
rning Tonio to the whole system. Nature will then
throw off or dispel the worms, and the Child will be
b perfect i nlth. Pleasant to tuake. G0c per bottle. 1
GET OUR DRAT
We have a high power, fast -cutti
plete 'power plant in itself for saw
work of 6 to 10 men. Lever c out;a
SEND FOil EN(1N'
. E. H. W
most complete line <
are the lov est to be
nt added, make our
ne should pass it up i:
UJRNITURE AT AL
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ens, South Carol