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FINAL SET'NE!ENT
Take notice that on the 19th day of
December, 1922 1 will rendei a -final
account of my acts and doings as Exe
cutor of the estate of Ophelia -F. Fow
ler deceased, in the office of the Judge
of Probate of Laurens counuty, at 11
o'clock, a. im. and on the same day
pvilll aI)ly for a final discharge from
my trust as Executor.
Apy person'Indebted to said estate i
notified and required to make pay.yment
on that date; and all persons having
claims against spid estate will present
them ol or before said date, duly prov
en or be forevser barred.
J. 'R. PATTDRSON,
Executor.
Nov.,15, 1922. 18-5t-A
FINAL SETTLEMENT
Take notice that on the 22nd day of
December, 122, T vill render a final
account of my acts and doings as A0
ininistrator of the estate of J. i. Mar
tin deceased, in the office of the Judge
of Probate of Laurens county, at 11
o'clock a. m. and on the same day
will apply for a final discharge fNom
my trust as Administrator,
Any person Indebted to said estate
is notified and required to make pay
ment on 'that date; and all persons
having claims against said estate will
present them on or before said date,
dily proven or be forever barred.
.1. 4. MARTIN,
Administrator.
Nov. 22, 1922. 19-5t-A
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Overhaul generator .. .. 1.25
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XMASA
''ho Clfrbtmas morning ia
aot complete without candy.
What morQ desirable gift
than a box of Delieious
*(andy1
Boxes In All Sizes.
Putnam's Drug Store
Books for
Christmas
New Copyrights
and JAveniles
Popular Editifpns
75c
, A L~rge Assortment
of Books for the
Children
L. B.Blackwell
P rinter
'Statione~r
Bookseller
* SULPJUR 6PRINGS NEWS
* * * * * * * * a * * * * is
Sulphur Springs, Dec. 10.l-Mr.
Robert Cuninghiam, of Cold Point,
spent Sunday afternoon with friends
in our community.
Mr. William 'MdPherson was a Sun
day visitor at Cold Point.
Notwithstanding thle inclement
weather, the 13. Y. 'P. IT, met with a
good attendance and a very interest
Ing program was rendered.
-Messrs. G. M. and Troy 'loore were
b'sinless visitors in 'Waterloo last
iSaturday.
Aur. dJ. M. Pierce, of Waterloo, was
in our community Saturday looking
after his farming interests,
"Ir. J. .Lee -Langston, of 'Laurens, was
down 16st week supwervising his farm
and has had a good acreage planted to
.sinall grain.
Iir. Jimmid J. +Hill made a business
trip to Laurens Saturday.
tir. and '111s. Wesley F'o*Iler were
in Laurens shopping Saturday.
We sympathize very tenderly with
the bereaved family of Mr. J. M. Mun
day, 'who passed away in Columbla on
last'Vednesday,'Dec. 7th, where he.had
gone for treatment some time ago.
ir. Munday was 77 years old, a veter
an of the Civil War, volunteering at
the age of sixteen. lie was twice mar
ried-and is survived by two sons, Sam
'Munday, of Greenville, and James
OMunday, of Cold -Point. 'Ilis remains
were brought to Mt. Pleasant, of' which
church he was a consistent member
for a number of years, and interred in
tl cemetery there, funeral services
being conducted by the liev. Jodia A.
'larti,n of Laurens, his former pas
tor. Mr, Li-inday has many friends
all over the county who will regret his
demise.
dMesars, - W4llie .Martin and James
LMattison of Ware Shoals, 'worshipped
at Lt. (Pleasant Sunday afternoon.
GOVERNOR VISITS
CElMSON COLLEGE
President Melton and Dr. John If.
Wells 'Also Anmong Visitors During
the Week.
Clemson College, 'Dec. i.-Gov. and
Mrs. 'Wilson G. 'Harvey were guests of
'President and -Mrs. W. M. Riggs
Thursday and Friday 'in connection
with Governor dIarvey's yisit to in
spect the college.. Governor Harvey
spoke to the students and the people
of the community Friday morning'at
chapel exercises.
Governor iHarvey said that he felt
a great responsibility on such an oc
casion because men should weigh their
words when 'talking to young people.
(And he stressed the great opportuni
ties of youth and -particularly their
responsibilities in the need - for law
observance as 'well as law enforce
ment. He urged the young men to pre
pare themselves for the greatest pos
sible arvice as -law abiding citizens.
Anothet honored visitor at Clemson
this week was Dr. .William D. 'Melton
president of .the University or South
Carolina, wvho addressed the students
Tuesday morning and who 'was given
a decided ovation. Dlr. Melton made
a fine impression at Clemnson and
many arc still talking of 'the elegant
gentleman at -tihe head of our univer
sity as he was presented by Drm. 'W. M.
Riggs.
-Prof. D. HI. Hlenry, director of the
depa'rtment of student affairs, and
Coach Fl J. Steware were in Atlanta
attending the annual meeting of the
Southern Interoel legiate 'conference in
session N'riday 'and Saturday. Much
interest, centers on the action of this
conference in its effect iupon -inter
collegiate athletics and particularly
football.
Dr. John :M. Wells, president of the
Columbia Theological 'Seminary, who
recently 'preached a strong, sermon at
the 'Fort Mill iPresbyterian church, lhas
accepted a return invitation and will
-preach again for the local 'Presby
terians on Sunday, -the tenth.
Card From UE/ V. Gelding
Editor The 'Advertiser:
.Will you -please allow me apiace in
your valuable .paper to express to my
many friends andl customers, my~ sin
eern thanks for their matnly words and
deeds of kindness and'express'ions of
.regret because of my .fpanocal loss by
lire Thursday night..
I h:ave received' many lettprs from
friends telling inme of ttgeir deep regret.
The good piopig in and around Wa-'
terloo have showg ulntold- By:i#athy.
While in 'Laiarena .Saturday several
Doople cedle to mne Stad ,ertpressd their
kmgathy Whomn really I,,^did', not
kbqoi. It 'whsialmost/Iipossible -for
ine tataden& to'iry bisine~ss ther: 'be
iaitse of filetds.
I, have sustain~d a very heav'y lobs,
'but I'lhevo yn6 means beert knocked
offt. QA 'tp'ox. As soon as 'f pan re
DIE6 n iing, 'I will be fendi the
dinelO an oil the ~sainjba h
-samfne - i1 #b h
Vdry sincerely yours,
II. V. GOI1DIN,
atrlo
WOOD REFUSES. TO
TAKE PENN. U. POST
Oilcer 'eltistt4 Governor of Philip
pines Itather than University Pro
vOst,
Washington, Dec. 7e.-.Major General
Wood, governor general or the Phil
ipine Islands, will ren.ain at his pres
ent l)ost and decline to accel)t the of
fer or the Univet-sity of PennsyYanik
to -be the provost of that institution,
adiniistratjon olicilals said today they
had b0en informed. An official an
nounceinent to this effect is expected
from the war department t'omorrow.
Previously .Vood had requested of
the university an extension of time
before assuming the oillce of provost
in order to see the coipletion of the
legislative I)rograni lie had spionsored
inl tile l'hiilippiiiCs. It is understood
that the legislature and other govern
nient departments have failed to pass
certain legislation as was eXpected.
Some features of the program were
p)ut forward by General Wood.
General Wood said lie was confident
the university alppreciated the -great
imlortance of work to be done in the
Philippines, "not only to the Filipino
)eople bit to the United States, and
that I did not come here either for
leasure or )rofilt, but in compliance
with the repeatedly expressed wishes
of the President to do a certain ivork
and in resionse to iwhat I considered
an iimpelative call for service which
past experience has perhaps par
ticularly 4ltted ine to render."
General Wood -added that he had
pushed forward the legislative pro
gram which he asked for the -Philip
Wines as rapidly as pogsible, but the
situation was come comilicated and
critical than lie had -Previously 'ex
pected.
NOTICE TO MOOS9 MEMBERlS
There will be a regular meeting of
the Loyal Order of Moose, December
21, 1922. All members are requested
to be present.
0. L. LONG,
22-2t Dictator.
SUMMONS FOR REILIEF
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
COURT OF' COMMON PLEAS.
Myra Medlock, Matilda 'Hellams, Eliza
beth 'laeden, Emma Knight, Rebecca
Jane Knight, W. L. Knight, James
Knight, John Knight, 'Martha Ann
Tumblin, Charity Cox, J. A. C. Lind
ley, lannah Charles, Sarah Lindley,
W. C. Lindley, J. .L. IAndley and John
Lindley, Plaintiffs,
against
G. W. Lindley, H. Y. Lindley, M. A.
Lindley, J. 0. Lindley, J.. L. ILindley,
W. 1-. Lindley, E. C. Undley and any
other children of William B. 'Lindley
an'd Thomas Lindley, sons of Wil
liam Lindley, deceased, and the heirs
at law, devisees and legal represen
tatives of the deceased children of
said William'B. Lindley and Thomas
Lindley, whose names, ages and
places of residence are / unknown,
Alice Knight, J. 'M. Knight, Frank
Knight, Eugene Knight, tMary Lue
Knight, Gladys Knight, 'Helen Knight,
Marvin Knight, Ervin Knight, Sybil
Knight, Clara Knight, J. D. Brown,
Nora Earl, Alice Walker, Nan
Hughes, Will iBrown, Ella Cres'vell,
Bleas Norris, Jim: Brown, Mamie
Coker, W. 'R. Medlock,. in his own
right and _as Administrator of the
estate of ElI zaibeth 'indlecy, .deceas
ed, .1. M. Mddlock, N. 'H. Medlock, N.
J. Medhock, Mrs. L. A. .Hendr'ix, 1i0liza
Medhock, the hieir's at lawv, djevisees
and legal repriesentative5,.of J. P.
Medlock, deceased, 'husband 'cf Mar'y
:\Medlock, deceased, whose'e names,
ages and placs of residencd are un
-known, #Polly Lindley, .Malinda God
frey, Jaines Lindiley, Molly Lindley,
Charlton Lindley, Nan Cannon, Tonm
Cannon, Clara Cannon, Jenell Can
non, Claud -Pitts, Nettle Bolter, Tol
Bolt, Nan McNin~ch. J. Dolt, Ludie
Belt, Etta Mahon, Columbus Reid,
James Reid, 'Minnie 'Coker, Furman
Reid, Clarence .Reid, Milton Reid, J.
L. Lindley; James Lindley, May Dell
, Williams, Annie King BrguQuas~ind
Iey, the heirs at law, .devisees gud
legal representatives of Johip*nod
re, deceased, surtjiving husband of
Mary Rodgers, whose names, ages
- and .places of residence are un
known, billie Cannon, Leonard Rod
gers, Charlie Rodgers, Sam Vaughn,
Ola Evans, Cynthia Norman, ia ary
Fricks, Jane Estes, E.' R. Ridgeway,
Hettie 'Hopkins, .John. Ridgeway,
'Ragedale Ridgeway, Lena Chandler,
Bleul'ah Coker, Ellen 'Ridgeway, Davis
Ridgeway, Anna Reynolds, and. to
all persons claiming any interest in
150 acres of lan~d in Laurens county,
Sou1th Carolina, devised by William
Lindley, now deceased, to~his wife
Betsy iLindley and his daughters.
Charity (Lindley, Sarah Lindley and
1Dlizabeth 'Lindley, Defesgdants.
To the defendants above nah~ed:
-You are hereby summoned and re
quir9& to answer the goxnplaint in this
aptien 'which was'filled in the ofhice of
the Clerk of Court of Common Pleas
for Laurens iCounty on the 28th dpy
of November, 1922, and is oaw on fie
in his fflce and to serve a copy of your
a~swel' to the said complaint on the
subscribers at their office,-- Farmers
National Blank Building, at Laurens,
eputh Carolina, within twenty. - days
Qfter the 1seryice hereof exclusive of
the day.oft'such service, andi~f you fail
to answer the complaint within the
time aforesaid the pla'intiftg in this
action will apply to this court for the
relief demanded in 'the comlilaint.
8-!MPMON, COOPQ & SABB,,
Plaintiffs' Attorneys,
atPt'ed 28th day of "Nov. A. Ip. 1922.
To teonon..resident defendants: 0. W,
-T dley H., Y. Lindley, M. A. 'Lindloy,
dn 7ndley and anj th
'at law, devisdes and legal ropresen
tatives of the deceased children of
said William B. Lindley and Thomas
Lindley, whose lalmes, ages and
places of residence are unknown,
'Nora Earl, Bess Norris, Eliza Med-.
lock, the heirs at law, deyisees and
legal representatives of J P. Med
lock, deceased, husband of -Mary
Medlock, deceased, whose names,
ages and places of residence are un
known, .1. M. Medlock, J. :H-. .edlock,
N. J. Medlock, L. A. Hendrix, heirs
at law, devisees and legal represen
tatives of John Rodgers, deceased,
whose names, ages and places of
residence are unknown; and all per
sons claiming any interest in 150
acres of land in Laurens County, S.
(., devised by William Lindley, now
deceased, to his wife Betsy Lindley
anld hIls daughters Charity Lindley,
Snrah Lindley and Elizabeth Lind
ley.
You will nilease take notice (hat the
c'omnplaint in this action was filed in
the olice of the Clerk of Court of Com
mon Pleas for Laurens County, South
Carolina, on the 28th day of November,
1922, and is now. on file therein.
SIMPSON, COOPER & BAM,
Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
Dated 28th day of Nov. A. D. 1922.
ro the infant children of William 13.
Lindley and Thomas Lindley, sons of
William Lindley, deceased; the In
fallt heirs at law, legal representa
tives and devisees of the deceased
children of William B, Lindley and
Thomas Lindley, sons of William
Lindley, deceased and the persons
with whom they reside, whose
liames, ages and places of re.4dence
are unknown; To the infant heirs
at law, legal representatives and de
visees of J. -P. Medlock, deceased,
husband of Mary Medlock, deceased,
and to the ipersons with whom they
reside, whose names, ages and plac
es of residence are unknown; To the
infant legal representatives, heirs
at la, and devisees of John Rod
gers, deceased, husband of Mary
Rodgers, deceased, and to the per
sons with whom they reside, whose
names, ages and places of residence
are unknown; To the infant defend
ants J. M. Knight, Frank Knight, liu
gene Knight, !Mary Lou Knight,
Gladys Knight, Helen Knight, Mar
vin Knig'ht, Ervin Knight, Sybil
Knight, and Clara Knight, and to
Alice Knight, with whom said infant
defendants reside; To the infant de
fendants Clara Cannon, an'd Jenell
Cannon and to Tom Cannon, with
whom said infant defet)dants reside;
To all other infants claiming any in
terest in 150 acres of land in Lau
rens County, S. C., deviser by Wil
]lam Lindley, now deceased, to his
wife Betsy Lindley, and his daugh
ters, Charity 'Lindley, Sarah Lindley
and Elizabeth Lindley.
And to each of the defendants to this
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FORD
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action 'who are infants and to the
persons with whom they reside:
You will please take notice that you
are hereby sunmmoned and reiiuired to
apply for the appointment of a Guard
lan ad Liteni to represent you as in
fant defondants in thiB action, and to
aiply for the appointment of a uard
ian Ad Litem to represent the infant
defendants residing with you who are -
under the age of 1- years, within 20
days after the service of this sum
mnons up1)on you, and if you fail to ap
ply for the appointment of such
Guardian Ad Litemt within such time
the plaintiffs in this action will a )pply
to the Clerk of this Cout t on the 21st
A Christi
Jewelry
of Highest Qtjali
and Wide Vari
GIFTS GIFT L
THAT AisregaI
Of all gifts, J
LAST that can be g
a positive b4
that it is atti
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Diamonds, Pearl
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ties, Watches, C
las, Clocks, Cut
cords.
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to make Christme
iday buying is air
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and alertness.
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ithe spirit of a Ch
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LIBERAL TERMS
aint Mot
--LINCOL.--FOR1
DEALERS
day after the sorvice of this sunnnon
uIOn1 yOU, it his oflice at Laurena,
South 'Carolina, at the hour of ton
o'clock in the foreinoonl, or so soon
thereafter as counsel can 'be heard,
for the at ppoin tiln elt of solie 'ornkpe
tent an(d lit peirson to act. as Guaidian
Ad Liteni for the( ifant. defendants, so
failing to apply or for WhIn no 11appi
cation has bec inade, for the apoiit
tuent of (hiardian Ad 1,item to repri
seilt thei in this action.
SIMPSON, COOPc11t & BA IM.t
Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
lated at 111)'eurs S. C.,
this the 28th day of Nov. A. D.. 1121.
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ety of Stocks
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iven to everyone with
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Necklaces, Goldware, Sil
Holloware, Silver Novel
,old Jewelry, Fine Umbrel
Glass, Phonographs, Re
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