State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLE)AS
-W. 141. Gray, Plaintiff,
M. J. Gwinn, Defendant.
Pursuant to a decree of the Court
$in the above stated case, I will sell at
- u'blic outcfy to the highest bidder, at
Lau'rens. 'Cs 'u., 'S. C., on Salesday in
'Decoinbei hext, being Mionday the 5th
day. ofth mont'h. during the legal
hours for- uch sales, the following de
scribed;, property, to wit:
All that lot or parcel of land lying,
being. and' situate in Dials township,
coqt and state aforesaid, containing
ni .4tve (95) acres, more' or less,
be dd on the north by lands pf J.
N..Woods,. on east by lands of L. E.
H on;on the sou by. lands of
T nns og and 0 w4 by
of, Z. N;Oray aifA 'l 1
eing th. lands
. Winn 1by. Jft dfrey.
of:'sale: one-half cash, bal
be Paid tw'elve months from
the credit portion .to be
d .b'6nd and mortgage of the
i0r., 6 the said premises,
Der en interest from date,
t4joave to 1 i -a ase* .to pay his en
t ie bid in cash . -Pirohaser to pay
for papers and stamps. If the terims
6f sale are not complied with, the land
to be resold on same or sofie subse
quent salesday on same terms, at risk
of former purchaser.
C. A. POWR,
C. C. C. P. and G. S., Laurens. S. C.
Dated, this Nov. 14, 1921. 18-3t-A
'Don't flal to see "The Affairs of
Anatol" at the -Princess TIreatre Thurs
day and Friday, Dec. 1 and 2.
Laurens Drug Co.,
This ballot is good for 150
'Laurens Advertiser Auto Contest
not fold. Trini neatly.
VOID AFTER I
Anyone can cilp these ballo
COULD ANY OF
Why Do You Let 'Y
den When WA4
Make It a
IPROOF FROM A
Mr. 1-. E. Broach, wile's address is
Bannockburn, IS. C., tRoute 1, called a
Waco Tronic Store and- said:-'4My wife
has been aI sufferer withl indigestionl
and other stomach trouble, was nerv
eus, had lost her appetite, gotten thin,
had pains in 'back .and limbs. She
uised two battles of Waco Tonic, gained
16 pounds(1 in weight, app~etite now
good. 'Waco Tonic is the best medi
cine I ever used."
Mr. Bronson Gibson, wvho is eniploy
ed in the A. C. ib. IR. R. shops in Flor
ence, S. C., said to the Demonstrators
of WACO TONIC:
','Gentlemen: I had been down for
5Qme tinae wvith Rheumatism; had to
give up my job; could not eyven stand
omy feet without a crutch or stick.
I suffered agonies andl had given up
a i hope of ever being well again. A
flend fold me of 'WA'CO TONIC and
bw it wvas curing 'people. I have now
uhed 6 Ibottjeh atnd am well; went back
t4work after utling'3.bot~tles. 'Have
4ined 25 pjoun~ds in .weight and ns-ver
t b1~,etter' in my, life."
.M J. C. Corley, (Rome, Ga.-, gives. his
e porience. lie says: "I suffered
*fm one of the most serious and jag
,avated conditi'ons of the skidn6ys,
- 10th last ten years 'I have been al
otinual sufferer wvith my bepk1 Some~
ti nes it felt like soie one'was driving.
au tr'me spike into my kidneys. Oftefi
I iad to pull myesif up when I Was sit-,
ti igand desired to rise. My -baqk was,
n vr easy at any time but worse at.
t~es than others,
I would [email protected] -o from'i 9 efh t
to tiples at ni~t Coinot sho d:l
u go. 'I was jest sim~I in a serioust
oditk ; )ooked asi I did ngt havel
,.i for ThIs worldN h ad tileent ove
Stousand dollars 'with nio reesu ,i
~ ~advised that the hospitail wa# the
'WARMOR OREEK NEWS
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Warlor Creek, -Nov. 28.--The farm
ers are having a hard tune finishing
sowing Aheir fall grain, owing to so
mIuch wet weather.
The B. Y. P. U. rendeyed a good ipro
lgram O'aturday night, after which a
fine talk was given :by Rev. Ingle, of
Mr. Ray Benjamin, of Atlanta, is
visitiig his -father, Mr. S. M. Benja
min, of this place.
G. C. Gwin and family, of Watts Mill
spent Sunday afternoon at T .-Mle
Rev. B. E. Wall filled his regular ap
Pointment here Saturday -and Sunday.
IMr; W. 0. Ed-wards and sons, J4rn
est, Price and Roscoe, of Fountain
Inn, visited his sister, Mrs. J. Cooper,
.'Mr. srii Cooper and family, of
Fountain. nn, were Thanksgivig visi
tors at the home of -his paretns, Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Cooper, of this place.
'Mr. *. :T. Cooper returned home
Sunday after having visited relatives
in Fountain 'Inn, Greer and Green
Messrs. Raliph and Raymond Cooper
caught a large hawk in a steel trap
one day last week, which measured
36 inches across the wings.
Miss Ollio Mae Tayflor, of .Lanford,
spent tW6 week-end at her grand
father's, Mr. 0Derry 'T'aylor, of this
Bt~ter' 'han Pills
lAurens. S. 0.
votes for the candidate in The
whose name is written on it. Do
is and vote for their friends
FER BE FAIRER?
our Life Be a Bure
ZO TONIC Will
LLL OVER DIXIE.
"I tried every kidney medicine 1
could hear of and had the best medical
skill to treat pien, but did not oven get
temporary relief. 'I bought three -bot
tles of your WAICO TONIC and I say
that it is one real medicine. Nowv . I
just feel I am- a no~w man. I just can't
say enough abput your WACO TONIC.
I am- praising it everywhere I go, and
want you to publish it to the' wvorld
about the wonderful beneflt I have de
rived from use of WA'CO TONIC."
A 27-F61 00CT 'ABFE WORM FIt0M A
O TEAAR (OLDI CHILD
Mrs.. T. Fi. Smith, 'Ourryville, ' Ga.,
came to our 'store,' boug'ht one bottle of
WACO TONIC -for her little six year
old daughter, used it -five days and by
its use discovered her child was suffer
ing with a deadly tape worm. So on
last Friday, the -23rd inst., she gave the
child three doses oi': WACO TPAIPlD
WVORM R1DMEDY and sh'e expelled, a
35-foot tape 'worm. To say this home
.was made hapjy is not giving it Jus
Also Mr. A. T. Tidmore, -who lives
at Summerville, Ga., brought us a bot
the containing a dozen or twvo of large
stomach worms~ from his l'ltie 2 1-2
year old child, ekcpelled from the 'use
of six doses of WACO TONIC.
All these and' hundreds of other
worms we now have on exhilbition at
our store, LIaurens, S. '0.
A OENUINE '1tB8T. OF ITS MERIT'
It is an easy thing to adv~ertise a
medicine, but it Is'dlfforent toproye it
n'y actualftest. We Prove Our I'ver-y
Claim for . WA00O TONIC0. We gliye
FREE SAMPLES E4VElY DAY' AT
THlE .TQRE, or uiell the $1.00 flo ties
for 60." 8' for $1.50, Bottles for
$2.r5.' 6 Bottles, a -Full Treatpnt
Q~uer4nte~d to itlsfy on Money1 Idk
Shine frleo at Putnamn'p~Dtug Sore,
Lares S . D El/
wii t~wvrb Y~ NDHV'1
SON RT LAUEN8 S
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* LANFOI1D NEWS
eaga * **e g eee
.Lanford, Nov. 28.-Thanksgiving e)
orcises were rendered by the childre
of the sepool Wednesday afternooi
when quite a number of interested pt
trons assembled to enjoy the occasioI
The .program was very approprl
and the childreipt acquitted themselv
splendidly, making the fond pareni
proud of their children and proud thi
-we have a faculty that spares n<
themselves in training them.
The Rural School Imiprovement as
sociation met after the exercises an
their program was devoted to Thanki
giving and Atibor Day selections I
which all the members took part.
Miss Nina Lewis, our efficient prit
cipal, spent the Thanksgiving holida
in Spartanburg with her brother.
Miss Anna -Footman visited her hom
in Columbia, Thanksgiving.
Miss Pearl dRawlinson, of Chestei
.fleld, Prof. Joe Burgess and Mr. Jam(
tMurgeps, of Greers, were guests of Mit
Jennie (Burgess at the home of Mr. an
Mrs. C.' . Waldrop during the holiday
,Mrs. Othello Payne and Alisses IA1
and Marie Compton, of Greeniwooo
were ghtests of friends and relativ(
Mr. Louie Lanford, of tFurman un
versity, spent the week-end with h
mother, iMrs. 10thel 1Janford.
Mr. John Melmouth Fleming,
Spartan Academy, enjoyed the hol
days with his parents, Mr.. and Mrs.
'Mr. Charlie Moss Lanford is in A
lanta, Ga., with his sister, Mrs. Walt
Mr. T. R. DeShields, of Hendersol
ville, N. C., Is visiting his -brother, M
J. L1. DeShields and family.
The iB. Y. P. U. met Sunday night i
the home of Mrs. J. W. Johnson.
,Rev. J. M. Robertson preached i
the Methodist church Sunday iornin
'11ev. C. B. 'Prince, of I4 noree, ipreac]
ed at the 'Baptist church Ounday afte
noon to a large crowd, considering ti
very inclement weather. Messrs. WI
born, 'Nabors and Edwards, of BInore
were with him and joined in with ti
The school boys and girls have star
ed their basket ball game and are Vei
much enthused. They have secur
MNr. Charles Waldrep, a Woftord cc
lege nan, to coach them for this se
'Miss Carrie Fowler, of Ora, spe
Sunday with her sister, Mrs. T.
tMr. and Mrs. J. W. aill, of Enorc
were guests -last Sunday, of Mr. ai
Mrs. T. M. Burnett.
Miss Mary Drummond is improvii
now, 'having spent a good week la
-week, without any serious backset.
Mr. and IMrs. T. 'D. larmon, of ILal
penls, were guests of Miss Fannie Ila
mnonl and 'Mrs. Martha Herbert
Misses 'Lila and .\ia He Compton. .t
Othello 'Payne, 'Prof. Joe Burgess a1
James Burgess, Miss Pearl Rawliniso
Miss .Jennie Burgess, Mr. 'and Mrs.
D. Johnson, Mr. iH. 'M. Johnison, Mr
J. W. Joh~nson, '.\rs. C. 'L,. Waldre
Prof. .Yates 'Waldirep, Misses Paulim
and 'Margaret W~aldrop and Ralph ar
'Frank -Waldrep wvere guests 'at ti
home of~ Mr. and Mrs. 'C. D). Cox c
Thanksgiving ahy, all enjoyin-g the di
lightful music by Mliss Lila Comipt:
and tihe other young folks.
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* EKO)M N.EWS
Fkomn,'Nov. 28.--The Junior B. Y. 1
U., of 'Union Church, entertained tl1
Seniors at the school -building Frid-a
from 4 :20 to 6 :30. The auditorium wt
beautifully decorated with ferns anl
pretty chrysanthlemums and the chi
dren rendered a nice .program, consist
ing of songs, recitations and dialogne:
after which hlot chocolate and cak
were served and .last on the prograi
\vas the contest. Quite a lot of fu
was had in pinnIng the star on the ey
on a lpumpkin.
The teachers, pupils and lpatronl
splent a day recent'ly in plowVing u1
and cleaning off the school ground
and planting trees and hape to do mor0
work of this kind soon.
IMr. Gerald McDaniel psent the weeki
end with his -mother, Mrs. Luranle Mc
Miss May Madden spent Thanksgiv
ing with her sister, Mrs. Dramlett, an
also took in the Four /H~orsemen i
Greenville Friday night.
Mrs. .H. S. iWallace spent the week~
end wit'h her sister, IMrs. Jennie H1am
Prof. and 'Mrs. 1W. 'P. Culbertso:
spent Friday and Saturday with reIn
Mr. A, 'T. Theme and family spen
Thanksgivhit- with iMr. and Is. Joe
*Mrs. Di. Coope and 'Mrs. Carl C'ul
teson ~ ~ bgping injLaurens Fri
*Mr. 1Edgar .flrts visited in thlis sec
Mt. aind Mrs. Jay Cooper and littI
~veiyl utbereop spent- Sunday wit
M10e6 king and Kit~tira ~ioier
d New Pat<
You will find thi
k ~ tractive---.in bla<
ly WELLS. C
A GOOD PI
By Special Arrangen
Lyceum System, of At
8 Been Able to Secure
Date Between Greenv
The Symphonic Orchest
Real Symphornic P
of Its K~inc
- MISS VIOLE'l
AUSPICES C VIC]1
School Chit ren
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the instep with one or
is pump especially at
:k kid, brown kid, or
rens, S. C.
LACD TO TRADE
T 8:30 O'Clock
ful Artists -Eight
ients Through the Alkahest
lanta, the Civic League Has
Advantage of This Open
ille and Columbia.
ra is an Organization Playing
rogram and is the Finest
I in the Country
FALK, of Chicago.
LEAGUE OF LAURt~NS
50c.. Adults $L.OI
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