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THE HOLL OK 110.NOK
List of Pupils hi I'll) Schools WIlO
Hate Attained Distinction Dur?
iii(r tho Klrsl Month.
Following Ih a list of tlio pupils In
tlu> olty Bchoola who. during tin' llrsl
scholastic month, rocWvod an uverngo
of 00 |ior cent, or ovor on nil tholr
First Orado- -H?rnum Crout, Cabell
Qarrett, Dorrob llulrston, Waldo .Mar
tin. Robert McCuon, Orion Nichols.
Nash Philpot, Lloyd Ruy, PInckney
Simmons. Willie Tollison, Sarah ISish
01?. Cathrino Crows, Ola May Ilammet,
Ruble Nabora, Louise. Powers, Anna.
Sullivan. Lois Taylor. Mary Hlackwoll.
Juanltn Wllkos, Frances lludgons.
Second tirade Marl ha liarksdah1.
Mary Taylor. Margaret Wright, I'at
tlllo Wllkos, Henry Franks, John llud
gons, James Duiilnp. Roborl Lucas,
Strickler Rnnklu, Calvin Teenguo.
Fourth Orado Mary Sullt. an.
Fifth Orade .Mary Martin, Joo Villi
Montolth, Mary Burton, Hugh Alken,
Lucia Fenthorstono, Horbell Sullivan.
Ilattio Cray, I tarry Wllkos, Dorothy
Hudgens, Fay lludgons, Inez Hudgciia,
Klizabeth Moselo.V, Martha OwillgH,
Louise Simmons, V'irglnhi Simpson,
Kda Snoddy, Wlla Snotldy, l.ilia Todd
Third Orado Cecil Boyd, Russell
Flanders, Hilda Bundrick, Sophie
Shnyor Amy Wolff, P.ll/.nhclh Voting.
sixth Orade llayno Taylor, Fran
ces Kennedy. Bruele Owlngs, Carolyn
Roper, Mary Will? i, Hani" Simp-Jon,
Seventh Orade Turpin Lyuolle
('rout. Anna Prentlss, Bdwln Moseley.
Kigluh Orado Section I: Buguiie
Bnrnelt, Agatha Iteed. Section 2:
William Drumiuoiid. Marie Philpot.
Mary Posey, Helen Sullivan.
Ninth Orado Rebecca Dial, Mur
guerito Tolbert, Alluwee Watson.
Tenth Grade Pearl I Hardy, ( lara I
Davenport, Marj Tongue, Vales
LEFT ON HER DOORSTEP
FDR THIS MOTHER
Mrs. A. G. Tuson, of Llvormore, Cal,
writes: "I picked up from my door
stop one day a little hook In which I
soon became very much interest id.
My little girl of the year ; of ago had
been troubled for a long time with
loss of appetite, extreme nervousness
and undue fatigue. She was all run- 1
down and In a very delicate condition.
"This litllo book was very compre
hensively writ ti n, and (old of the new
method or extracting th > medicinal ele
ments of the cod's li or Irani the oil,
eliminating the obnoxious oil which is
so hard for children lo take.
"Must the thing.' said f, 'for my little
daughter,' and I Immediately went for
a bottle of Vinol. It hi Iped her won
derfully. She has gala* d rapidly in
flesh and Strength, and bhe does not
take cold half so easily.
"I am extremely grateful for the
good it. has done her, and I hope other
mothers who have weak, delicate or
ailing children will bo b( nefltcd by my
experience and just give Vinol a trial."
Laurens Drag Co., lailll'OIIS, S. 1 .
See our line of Springs for wood j
and Irotl bed-;. The kind that Will
last and ftlvo satisfaction.
3. M. & B. II. Wllkos & Co.
I'nloii M< fling.
Tho I* ii Ion of division number one
will meet with the W atts Mills Baptist
? church. Saturday, November 2Stll, at
I I o'clock, a. m.
I>evoti,mal oxorcisi ?? ut ii a. in.,
conducted by J. J. Riddle.
11:30 Bnrollmcnl of delegates and or
i2:oo in. Adjourn for dinner,
i: i ?">. Re-asseuible.
ist Query: "The Prayer Meeting
as a Factor In the Spiritual Life of a
Church.'' Opened bj T. J. Hughes, R.
2nd Query: 'The Mission of a
Church at llonn- and Abroad." First
speakers. W. II. Drillltmoild and J. R.
3rd QllCrry: "Why Should ll Church;
Organ i/o and Maintain n Sundn>
School?" Speakers, w. M, Cokcr and
Adjourn to re-assemble at 7:0u p. in.
Sermon bj ,1. a. Brock or M. M.
Query: -What Is tlio Duly Of a '
Pastor io his Church, mid the Church
to her Pastor?" Discussed by w. it. I
Woodruff, J, K. Marlor.
Sunday. 10:00 a. m. Sunday .School
Mass Meeting led by the pastor.
Sunday. 11:00 a. in.. Missionary Ser
mon by T. T. Todd o.- .1. B, Covington.
C. W. Sailer.
Bow to ( lire a ( old.
Bo as careful as, von can you will
occasionally take cold, and when you
do, get a medicine of known reliabil
ity, one that has an established repu
tation and that is certain to effect a
(Illicit cure. Such a mcdlclltO is
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, it
has gained a world Wide reputation
by its romarkahlo euros of this most
common ailment, and can always he
depended upon, ll acls on nature's
plan. roliOVCfl the lung:-, aids OXpCC
(oration, opens the seen,ion-, ami
aids nature in restoring tho system
to a healthy Condition, Dating the
many years in Whl h II has been in
general use WO have yet t<> bain of a
single case of cold or Attack of tho
grip having resulted in pnoiimonln
when this remedy was used, which
Shows Conclusively Hint it is a certain
preventive of thai clangorous disease,
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy eon
tains no opium or other narcotic and
may be given as COIltld ntlv to a baby
its lo an adult. For sale by Lauren.,
Drug Co. BOO and $1.00, Trial hot
See our display of fancy Odd China
consisting of a beautiful line In dif
feronl designs, colors, ami decorations
S. M K K. II. Wllkos ,?i Co.
The Hook? of the County Treasurer
will b<- open for the collection of State.
County and commutation Road Taxes
t or fiscal year, mos, at the Treasurer's
oilier from Oct. 15th. to December
31st, P'us. After December 31st one
per cent, will be added; after January
;; I st, two per cent, will be added ; and
after February 28th, seven per cent,
will be added till the 15th day of
March, when the Hooks will close.
All persons owning property in
more than one township are requested
to eall for receipts in ouch of the sev
eral townships In which the property
is located. This is important, as
additional cost and peunlty may be
All able-bodied male citizens, be
tween the ages of 21 und 00 years af
; ago, are liable to pay a poll tax of
$1.00, oxcopt old soldiers who are ex
1 empt at 50 years of ago. Commuta
tion lioad Tax $1.00 in lieu of road
? duty". Road Tax to be paid by the
1st day of Mandl, 1909. Other taxes
to be paid at the time stated above.
Prompt attention will be given
hose who wish to pay their 'Taxes
through the mail by check, money -
Persons sending in lists of names to
be taken off are requested to forward
I hem early, always giving their tOWtl
thipu, as the Treasurer is very busy
during the month of December.
The Tax levy is as follows:
Stute Tax . 5V_- mills.
Ordinary County Tax .... 3V4 mills,
special Raid road Tax .... I Vi mills.
Poad Tax . 1 >/2 mills.
Constitutional School Tax 3 mills.
I'ast Indebtedness . 1% mills.
Total . 10 mills.
I.aureus No. 11 . ti mills. 1
Trinlly-Ridge No. l . 4 mills. 1
Maddens No. 2 . 2 mills.
Nnrnio No. :i . 2 mills.
Pulley's No. i . 2 mills.
Mills No. . 2 mills.
Oak Orove No. G . 2 mills.
Youngs No. 2 . ;i mills.
Fountain Inn No. 3b .... 10 mills.
Lanford No. 10 . 2V'. mills.
Ora No. 12 . 2 mills. ;
I dais Township.
Green Pond No. I . .", mills. J
Si) 11 oh No. :', . 2 mills.
Cray Court-Owings No. ?. 2 mills. I
Parksdalo No. 6 . 2 mills. ?
Prlncton No. i . ;*, mills.
Tumbling Shoals No. 6 .. 21., mills.
Pro werten No. 7 . 3 mills.
Sullivan Township Railroad
Honda . 5 mills.
Waterloo No. H . 2 mills.
Mi. Gallagher No. I . 3 mills.
Ilethlehom No. 2 . 2 mills.
Hkom No. 3 . 2 mills.
Mi. Pleasant No. 0 . 2 mills.
Cross Hill Township.
Cross Hill No. 13 . 3 mills
Cross Hill S. F. 2>/4 mills.
i loss Hill No. 1. 2, 3. 4
High School . ."?i mills.
Clinton No. 5 . 3 mills.
Mountville No. ir, . 2 Vi mills.
J. I). MOCK.
October s. 1008?td.
The time lias come for
Wo are supplying the best ingredients
for Fruit Cakes to be found anywhere.
See us for
of all kinds.
A : pecialty in Pickles. Pin Money
Pickles are great sellers.
MAIIAFFEY & BABB
Next door to IOntcrprise Punk Building
Phono 211. 115 Laurens St.
If you are in need of a nice Monu
ment for loved ones I am prepared to
furnish it to you at very reasonable
prices. See me.
.1. WADE ANDERSON, Laurens, S. C.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All persons holding claims against
tin- esiate of w. p. Caino. deceased,
am hereby notified and required to
present tho Maine, duly attested, for
payment on or before tho 1st day of
December. A. D. 1008. to the under
Igned n.i Administrator of the estate
Of W. P. Cnine, deceased, or be for
13-ti Greenville, p c.
The Best Place to
As we have a complete line
in different designs and sizes,
made of Solid Oak, Beautifully
Finished, with French Plated
Mirrors in different sixes, This
is the best line you will find
anywhere from which you can
select just what you want at
will be mon
ey saved for
you, if you
will see our
line before you
Hflr tSU \?lv-- -v./ ? . ,
Big Supply of Seed
Wheat, Barley, Rye
and Clover. All kinds
of clover seed, Crimson,
Red and Hun.
(Jet them now at
J. L. M. IRBY
IV I L EN Ml N HE R
Office over l.aurcns Drug Co.
Simpson, Cooper ?& Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Court?.
Prompt attention given to all business
and CURE the LUNGS
OLDS Trial Oottlo Frco
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
OB MONEY REFUNDED.
Upright, Grand and
McCord, the Piano Man
Can sell you any kind of Piano. You take no risk in bu . ing of
him. Every Piano is warranted. The Pianos come duvet from
the factory to the purchaser, saving much cost and making the
Lowest Price Possible
If you do not play the Piano, buy a Player Piano, i; will execute
the music by the most renowned composers as skillfully as the
expert musician. Old upright pianos may be exchanged*for Play
er Pianos. Recent purchasers: Mr. D. I). Dixon, Mr. J. II.Puller,
Mr. J. L. Boyd, Mr. L. F. Nelson, Dr. J. L. Donnon, Mr. II. R.
Chapman, Mr. W. Clinton Babb.
Write for catalogue or call.
WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY.
Organ Bar( ;ains
For quick sale. Terms to suit the purchaser. (me Lyon & ! [ealy
6 octave Piano Organ, only $75.00. One Wilcox and White ( hapel
Organ, good for a school, $45.00. One Sterling Organ $35.00.
One Kindergarten Organ $48.00. One Standard Organ $25.00.
New and attractive Organs at prices to satisfy you.
L. A. McCORD
The Piano Man.
Laurens, S. C.