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I LOCAL AND PERSONAL MENTION. |
Milses Bertha Jacobs. Lillie K. Watts
and Dallas Watts of Cross Hill were
In the city Friday.
Dr. and .Mrs. John G. Cooper of
KKorn were visitors to the city Friday.
Mr. Frank P .McGowan attended the
special term of the Federal court in
Greenville last week and also visited
Anderson on professional business.
Mrs. T. C. McDaniel ami Miss Myrtle
? ilbertson of Ekom were in the cltv
Mr. .1. B. Park, a former citizen of
Laurens, now a proiuluenl attorney
o! Greenwood was among the busi
i. s; visitors here Monday, lie was
accompanied by his little son.
Mr. R. I?. Sweeney of Fairmont was
a visitor in town last week.
Mr. Fred Walker spent some time in
Enoree last week.
Mrs. Henry Holder and children
s;>enl several days with Mrs. W. L.
Armstrong in Gray Court during the
Mr. J. C. Self, one of the leading bus
k 58 men of Greenwood was a visitor
in the city yesterday.
Mr. W. B. Sims a prominent farmer
living near Waterloo, attended court
here last week.
The following party from here went
to t'olumbia Monday to see Maude
Adams in "What every woman knows"
?Mrs. M. I.. Copelaud, Mr. and Mrs.
J. i). Watts. Mrs. W. 10. Lucas.
Miss Jennie Fleming, who was call
ed home on account of the illness of
her father. Mr. J. o. C. Fleming, re
turned to the College for Women Mon
Mrs. J. II. Davis, who has been
Bp tiding .-oine time here with her
pi is. Dr. and Mrs. I,. S. Fuller, re
tu d to her home in Clinton Mon
M S. M. Wright and children.
Frank ami Thomas spent the week-< ml
With relatives in the city.
Mrs. Col email, of Laurens. S. ('..
Vis] d her daughter. Mrs. .1. 1'. Du
Pre at her home in Converse. Satur
day, and Sunday, returning to her
lit '. ? ? Monday.?Clifton Chronicle.
11 . I".. C. Fuller, Mr. D. A. Davis and
Mr. \. E. Hill, three well known men
(?? ' uirens. were in the city Tuesday
Dr. Fuller deals principally in the1
ti; ? : (lour. Mr. Davis is handling
hail (some goods in the men's furnish- [
i;.. me and Mr. Mill is engaged in a'
hig ilnuo business, The Herald and'
News likes to see Laurens citizens in
.v r'tierry.?Newberry Herald *i News.
Mr, and Mrs. S. A. Leaman and Miss
Sue Leaman were visitors here from
Cross Hill Friday.
M .1. C. Watts or Cross Hill was a
visi- ir in town last Friday.
M s. Rosa I. Calne has returned
I).-, and Mrs. W. II. Dial are In Phil
Miss Snllle Carson of Spartanburg
was the guest of Mrs. C. E. Gray for
sev-:.al days last week.
Misses Zelene Gray and Rosalie
Pn -es : ml Mr. J. W. D nklln spent
th- iv in Greenville yesterday, hav
ing -one through the countrj in Mr.
Du .1 in's auto.
Misses Annie and Elizabeth Rlchey
have gone to McColl, where.they will
remain for some time as the guests
of .M s. Frank Tatum.
Mrs. Walter L. Miller of Greenville
arrived in Laurens yesterday to spend
a i- ?? days with Mr. and Mrs. .1. G.
Col. R. X. Cuningham and Mr. W.
.11. Hudgens are in Greenville this
?wee): as jurors in (lie United States
Dlsl ict court.
Mi*. C'- II Anderson of Greenwood
on Sunday visited his fa! her. Mr. L. C.
And-- son. who ha-- . .. n quite *i<"k
fc;- - voval weeks.
Wiilis Eichelberger, a .well
kn i young bus I n ens man of the city,
who ins been confined at his home for
soil; line because of sickness, con
tllUV s very ill. and his family and
friends arc quite anxious over his
Mr. D. 13. Barnett came up from
Chapin Saturday evening and spent
SlUI 1 y with his family in the city.
M M. V. Miller has returned from
a \i-il to friends and relatives in
D Ulty Sheriff S. C. Reid and family
have moved to the iMty from Clinton
and arc occupying their residence
near the Laurens graded school build
Vre % t>ii a Paint Maker.'
Yn i don't have to be one in order
to mix your own paint when you have
;i |. iso to paint. Its mighty ensj to
buy l gallons oi L. & M. Paint, and
gnll ins of pure Linseed Oil. and put
both :n a large pail and mix well to
gether. You will then make 7 gal
lons of the best paint at a cost of
abOUl $1.30 per gallon and then have
ii z . id painter paint your house.
Th- L. & M. Paint is sold by .1. 11
and M. L. Nash. Laurens, .1. W. Cope
land Co.. Clinton.
Citation for Letters of Administration.
State of South Carolina,
> onnty of Lauren*..
By O. G. Thompson. Probate .Indue:
Whereas. Mary E. Franks made suit
to me to grant her Letters of Adminis
tration of the estate and effects of F.
These are. therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular Lhe kindred
and Creditors of the said F. A. Franks
deceased, that they he and appear be.
fore rue. In the court of Probate, to be
held at Laurens C. IL. S. C. on the
2i\th dav of October, f:U0 next, after
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, to show cause, ? any
they have, win' the said Administration
ahould not be granted.
Given under my hand this 10th day
of October Anno Domini 1010.
O. O. Thompson.
THE SIXTH LESSON I
What's Price Without Quality
Money Thrown Away, Isn't It?
Truly it is.
Realizing this, we have backed up our every price with goods of real worth?>f sterling
So you can come to this store to supply your Furniture and Housefurnishing needs
with absolute confidence in oiir prices for they are backed up by goods of sterling worth.
Money saved, instead of money thrown away.
l .Vino.mi tin imimi. iiiiimi _"'rrniii
t v<.-- fr.i J"_
This Beautiful Quarter-Sawed Oak Side
Plain massive board, yet elegant in its simplicity the lop is 2)\'>l
inches?the French plate beveled mirror in back 36x18 three roomy
drawers and two cupboards in base extra selected quartered oak
throughout polished golden finish. Its equal could not be duplicated in
the ordinary store for less than $40.00.
Here's A Splendid, Durable Couch $9.50
The Couch is largo size, has quarter-sawed golden oak frame, with
claw feet, upholstered in fine velour, top diamond tufted, indistruc!
springs, thoroughly well made and will prove very serviceable. I; ?a
value such as only this store will offer vou.
Beautiful Library Table
And a splendid table it is heavy and massive top !
? Ii i oak. quarter-sawed two drawers and undershelf
beautiful golden shade. An exceedingly faseinating attic
well made and perfectly finished. It would be considered
$10.00. We price i1. at $12.50.
-finished in u
good value ut
S. M. & E. H. W ILK ES &
Laurens, South Carolina
The Books of Ihe County Treasurer
will I.pened for the collection of
State, County and Cummutation Road
Taxes for fiscal year, 1910, at the
Treasurer's Ofllce from October 15th,
to December :!ist., 1910. After De?
eember :51st.. one per cent, will be
idded. After January :;\<\. two per
cent, will be added, and after Feb
ruary 28th., seven per cent, will be
added till the 15th of March, 1911,
when the books will ne closed.
All persons owning property in
more than one Township are request*
ed to call for receipts in each of the
several Townships In wiiich the prop
erty Is located. This Is important, as
additional cost and penalty may be
All able bodied male citizens be.
tween the ages of 21 and ?'>o years of
age are liable to pay a poll tax of
$1.00 except old soldiers, who are ex
empt at ">() years or .-.ge. Commuta
tion Road Tax $1.00. In lieu of road
duty. Road Tax to be paid by the 1st
day of March. 1911. Other taxes to
be paid at the time r.s stated above.
The tax levy Is as follows:
For State purposes.6% mills
For Constitutional School t\>x 3 mills
For Ordinary County purposes :i mills
For Interest on Railroad Bonds I mill
For Roads and Bridge Bonds :*. mills
For Court House Monds .. ..1 mill
Special Schools -Laurens Township.
Laurens No. 11.''? mills
Trinity Ridge No. I.I mills
Maddens No. 2.2 mills
Nnrnie No, 3.2 mills '
Ualleys No, I.2 mills
Mills No. ?*'.2 mills
Oak drove No. 6.2 mills
Special Schools Youngs Town: h i p.
YoUngS No. 2.:! mills
No. 4.:i mills
No. .'..:i mills
Konntain Inn No. HB.10 mills
Lanford No. in.'_" . mills
Orn No. 12.2 mills
Special Schools - Dials Township
Green Pond No. 1.:'. mills
Dials No. 2.:i mills
Shiloh No. :i.2 mills
Gray Courf-Owlngs No. ."? .. ..2 mills
P.arkndalc No. 6.2 mills
Dials Church No. 7.2 mills
Special Schools?Sullivan Township |
Princeton No. 1.3 mills f
Poplar Springs No. .. ..2 mills i
No. 4.4 mills 1
No. 5.4 mills i
Tumbling Shoals No. 6 .. . .2% mills
Brewerton No. 7. mills
Sullivan Township R R Bonds I mills
Special Schools -Waterloo Township.
Waterloo No. II.:t mills
Mt. Gallagher No. 1.:'. mills
Bethlehem No. 2.2 mills
Kkom No. .- mills
No. I.2 mills
No. :..:: mills
Mt. Pleasant No. .- mills
Mt. Olive No. 7.I mills
Special Schools Cross Hill Township
Cross Hill No. l::. mills
Cross Hill No. I. mills
Cross Hill No. '1. mills
Cross Hill No. I._' mills
Cross Hill No. ."..2 mills
Cross Hill No. ?'..2 mills
Special Schools Hunter Township
MoUlltville No. 16.Imills
Hunter No. 1!.mills
Hunter No. .'..2 mills
Clinton No. 6.'? mills
Hunter No. 8.mills
Special Schools .lacks Township
.lacks No. 16.mills
Special Schools, Scuffletown Township
Seuflletown No. 1.mills
Lanford No. in.mills
Ora No. Hi.2 mills
Prompt attention will he given those
who wish to pay their Taxes through
the mnll by check, money order, etc.
Persons sending in lists of names to
he taken off are requested to send
them early; and give the Township of
each, as the Treasurer Is very busy
during the month of December.
.1. I). MOCK.
Oct. 7th.. 1 f? 10?tf.
State of Soiiih Carolina,
Count) oi i nuri iis.
in i (inn of Common Picas.
SV. u. Mule, Plaintiff
A. L. Stewart. Ii. M. MeOoc, Peoples
M?nk Pountnin Inn, S. <*.. .lohn w
Ferguson, (.aureus Trust Co., A very
Patton, Lipsford Scales Company
und L K, McKnlght, Defendants.
Pursuant to a decree of court in the
above stated case, I will sell at public
outcry to the highest bidder, at Lau
rens. ('. H., S. C. on Salesday in No
vember next, being Monday (he 3rd day
of the month, during the legal hours
for such sales, the following described
property to wit:
All that piece, parcel or tract of
land situate, lying and in Youngs
township In the county of Laurens,
State of South Carolina Containing
sixty (60) acres more or less adjoining
lands of J. P. Sloan. A. .1. Hughes and
tract No. '2 purchased by me from I
Also all that other piece, parcel 01
tract of land situate, lying and being
in Youngs township. Laurens county.
South Carolina Containing two hnn
died and fifteen (2I?i acres more or
less and adjoining lands of \V. T.
Parks. A. White estate and tract No.
.\ and purchased by me from Sarah
Also all that other piece, parcel or
tract of land situate, lying and being
in Youngs township. Laurens county.
South Carolina containing one hundred
and eighteen MLS) acre more <<! less
and adjoining lands pi T Y Id udcr
son. A. I. Hughes and purchased by m<>
from Jefferson Cook.
The above doserlbod tracts will be
divided into a iituiibei ol tracts, such
I as will he io ihn best interest of all
parties concerned, and plain ol each
tract can be seen in ihn rlei k of
Court's ofllCC at Lauren.- s:. <
Terms of Sale: cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers If term} ol sale are
not complied with, the land to Ik- re
sold on same of some subsequent
Salesday on same term- at i isk of
I luted, this Octobei II. 1910.
.IOIIX F HOLT
C. C. C. I'. & G. S.. Lauren -, S. C.
All creditors of the estate ol Joseph
?Jerry, deceased, are hereby notified
to present their claims to me. properly
1 proven. And all persons Indebted to
said estate will make payment to me
Willie h, Hudgens,
Lard of Thanks,
Kind friends, we take this method
of thanking you tor your many kind
nesses shown us during the illness
and death of our sou and may God's
richest blessings rest upon each and
all of yon Is our prayer.
.Mr. and Mrs T. Mac. Koper.
I See the wonderful values we are
showing on our 10 cent counter, they
ate sure to please you.
S. M. & E. II. Wllkes & Co.