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Laurens, S. ('.
Tho Hooks of the County Treasurer
will in- opened for the collection of
State, County and Commutation Rond
Taxes for llscal year, 1012, at the
rcasurcr's Olllco from October 15th.
to December 31 si. 1012. After Decem
ber illtU otle per cut Will be ;.dded.
After .Inuuary 1st. two per cent, will
lie added, and niter February 2Nth.,
seven per cent, will be added till the
15th day of March, 1013, when the
books Will be closed.
All persons owning property in more
than one Township are requested to
? all for receipts in each of the several |
Townships in which the property is
located. This is Important, as addition
til cost and penalty may bo attached.
All able-bodied male citizens be
tween the ages of 21 and 60 years of
age are liable to pay a poll tax of $1.00
except old soldiers, who are exempt at
f.O years of age. Commutation Rond
Tax $1.50 in lieu of road duty.
The Tax levy is as follows:
For State purposes.o% mills
For Constitutional School Tax :'. mills
For Ordinary County purposes 3 mills
For Interest on Railroad Monds 1 mill
For Road and Bridge Bonds 3 mills
For Court House llonds .. . .2 mills
special Schools?Laurens Township.
Lnurcns No. 11.7 mills
Trinity Ridge No. 1.4 mills
Maddens No. 2.2 mills
Narnlc No. 3.5 mills
Baileys No. 4.2 mills
Mills No. :..2 mills
Oak Grove No. 0.2 mills
Ora No. 12.I mills
Special Schools Youngs Township.
Youngs No. :'..2 mills
Youngs No. 2.4 mills
Youngs No. 4.4 mills
Youngs No. ."..:'. mills
Fountain Inn No. 3B.15 mills
Lnnford No. in.6V4 mills
Ora No. 12.4 mills
Youngs No. 1.3 mills
Central No. 0.2 mills
Special Schools -Dials Township.
Green Pond No. 1.4 mills
Dials No 2.3 mills
Shlloh No. 3.4 mills
"Gray Court-Owlngs No. .'.i mills
Barksdnle No. 6.2 mills
Dials Church No. 7.2 mills
Fountain Inn No. 3B.IT. mills
Mernn No. S.2 mills
Special Schools -Sullivan Township.
Mt. Bethel No. 2.3 mills
Princeton No. I.3 mills
Poplar Springs No. 3.4 mills
Rabtin No. 4.4 mills
Hendcrsonvillc No. 5.4 mills
Friendship No. ?'..2 mills
Browerton No. 7.3 mills
Sullivan Township it. It. Bonds 4 mills
Mernn No. 8.2 mills
Special Schools Waterloo Township.
Watorloo No. it.i mills
Mt Gallagher No, I.3 mills
Bethlehem No. 2.2 mills
Kkotn No. 3.I mills
Ccnterpolnl No. I.2 nulls
Oakvllle No. .*>.:, mills
Mt. Pleasant No. 6.2 mills
Mt. Olive No. 7.2 mills
Reedy Grove No. s.2 mills
Special Schools - Cross Hill Township
Cross Hill No. 13.6 mills
<"ro: s Hill No. I.2 mills
Cross Hill No. 2.2 mills
Cross Hill No. i.2 mills
(Voss Hill No. ."..2 mills
Cross Hill No 6 . . .2 mills
Special Schoo't Hunter Township.
Mountvllle No. 16.4V? mills
Hunter No 2 .2 mills
Hunter No. 3.2 mills
Clinton No. f..6 mills
Hunter No. X.3 mills
Wadsworth No. 4.2 mills
Special Schools Jacks Township.
Odellw No. f..3 mil Us
Hurricane No. 15.3 mHls
Shady drove No. 2.3 mills
Special Schools- -Se.uffletown Township
I/angsfcon Church No. 3.3 mills
Scufflotown No. 1.2 mills
I^anford No. 10.6% mills
Ora No. 12.4 mills
Prompt attention will be given tho?e
who wish to pay their Taxes through
the mall by check, money order, etc.
Persons sending in lists of names to
be taken off are requested to send
them early: and give the Township of
'8<*h, as the Treasurer is very busy
ouring the moath of December.
ROSS D. YOUNG,
October 2, 1912.?td.
Graded School Honor Roll.
Name of those pupils who have
made ail average of 90 per tent, on
scholarship and 95 per cent on de
portment and on attendance.
Second tirade, Kiss Florence Brown,
teacher Paul Anderson, Arthur Hoyd,
Richard Counts, William Dunlap,
Houston Roper, Martin Teague, Plum
or Tumblln, Finest Tolllson, Frank
Wade, Rehecca Adams. Marion Black
well, Inez Caldwell, Vormelle Calne,
Toccoa Gray, May Melle Oarrett, Nolle
.loins, Fula May Martin. Mary Mc
Cord, Marguerite Roper, Ida Sexton,
Louise Smith, Sara Fli/.n Swygert,
Qraco Young, Ruth Watson. Irene
Third Grade. Miss Flla Roland,
teacher Pred Bishop, Frank Colewell,
Flhert Copeland, Beatrice Babb, Euln
Burns, Lee Ora Hunter. Margaret
Lake, Rosa McGowan, Nancy Meng,
Rleanor Miller. Mary Bell Myers,
Mary Owings, Rosalie Sullivan, Fran
ces Todd, Emmie Lou Washington.
Fourth tirade. Miss M. F. Rarnett.
teacher--Catherine Crews. Thomas
Barksdalc, Annie Wade, Bessie Nelson.
Louise Power. Lee Watson. Flora Ben
nett, Annie Laurie Thompson.
Fourth tirade. Miss Stover, teacher
?Mamie Sullivan, Caroline Rankin.
Mary Roper. Rosa Gray, Monteith
Fifth Grade, Miss Stover, teacher?
Lnurens Crews, Lois Taylor, Anna
Sullivan. Mary Blackwcll.
Fifth Grade. Miss Annie Davis,
teacher,?Cabcll Gnrrett, Dorroh
Halrston, Charles Hughes, Nash Phil
Sixth Grade, Miss Dorcas Calmes,
teacher John Hudgcns, Robert Lucas.
Annie Dnrksdnle, Martha Barksdale,
Mildred Counts. Harlan Crews, Kath
leen McGee. Lola McPhall, Rernice
Meng. Lydia Oglesby, Lena Rountreo,
Hat tie Watson.
Seven'h Grade, Miss May Dello
Barre, teacher ?Rebecca Lake. Strick
ler Rankin. Charles Thompson, Tru
man Roper, Reil.- Burns, Kate Ellen
Eichelberger, Virginia Sullivan. Amy
Wolff. Margar et Dial, Elizabeth Young
Teachers: Miss Creighton, Miss
Harksda'.e. Mrs. Barton.
Eighth Grade?Sarah Molt, Mary
Sullivan. Ilattie Sufyivan, Mlancle
Burns, Frances Davis, Cecil Roper.
Ninth Crude?Herbert Sullivan, Ilat
tie Gray, Inez Hudgcns, Elizabeth
.NtospJoy, Louis.- Summons. Virginia
Simpson, Liela Todd.
Tenth tirade?Mamie Austin. Gussle,
Miller. Caroline Roper. Ruth Wlnn.
First Grade?Clyde Jones, Karl
Thomas Lewis. Blanch Plshop, Helen
Hoyd. Ntta Curry. Addle May Darnell,
Second Grade, Miss Irene M. Ray,
teacher?Mary Camphell, Fine Cook.
Third Grade?Roy Jones, Carl Put
nam, Fred TInsley, Annie May Dun
kin. Eva Duffy. Mamie Motte, Albert
Powers. Donnie Barton, Mollio Row
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re?
ward for any case of Catarrh Hint
cannot be cured by Hull's Catarrh
F. .T. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.
We. the undersigned, have known F.
.1. Cheney for the last l? years, and
believe him perfectly honorable In all
business transactions and financially
able i , carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
National Rank of Commerce.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern
ally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
??stlmonials sent free. Price 75c per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.
A Good Time in Store
Everyone <iolng to the state Pair
at Columbia October jk to So*
vein her z.
There Is an old saying that 'al
work and no play makes Jack a dull
bay.'" The farmer who tins been hard
at work all year needs his recrea
tion, so does tin- workmen and the
merchant By common consent the
time ami place of recreation Is at
the St;it,? f.iir. It is the opportunity
where the farmor am! merchant can
get new Ideas is v.-il j,s have a K?t>d
time. This year trie State fair will
be held from October US to Novem
There Is no need to go Into thj?
detailed programme, sultlcc It to say
that every day and every hour of
the week will be occupied with
varied attractions. If tine cattle and
horses have no interest there will
be foothall and theatres. and If
pickles are of no moment then there
will be Mowers ?-*d fruit displays
The people of State appreciate
?nd realize the efforts that President
j. Arthur Hanks and his coworkera
are making to give a fair that will
command Stato-wlde interest.
The State, is prospering and that
accounts for the unusual Interest
being taken In the fair to be held
October 12 8 to November 2.
The railroads are offering specially
low excursion tickets to visitors at?
**odlng the falf at Columbia.
Conkey's Stock Remedies nro not
OOdS, but medicine?a separate' remedy
for each dlHcase?made by the fame
people thnt make Conkey's Poultry
Remedies. Sold on a money-back gunr
ahtee by Palmetto Drug Co. 1 l-6t
? SUNDAY SCHOOL QUESTIONS. ? ;
(Copyright, 1910. by Rev. T. S. Lln
Bcott, D. D.)
The Sign and the Leaven. Mark
Golden Text?Jesus Bpake unto
them, saying, I am the light of tho
world; he that followeth me shall not
w.iik in darkness, but shall have the
tight of life. John vtl: 12.
(i.i Verse n How do yon account
for the fact that religious differences
generally stir much antagonism?
(2.) Why is it impossible to learn
spiritual truth when in an antagonis
tic frame of mind?
(3.) What caused the Sadducees and
Pharisees, who hated each other, to
unite in their hatred of .lesus?
(4.) What was the nature of tho
"sign" they wanted?
(6.) Verses 12-13?What reason is
there t<> believe that if .Jesus had per- j
formed ever so wonderful a "sign" it
would have made any difference in
their attitude to him?
(6.) Why did their request for a sign
make Jesus feel so sad f (This is one
of the questions which may be an-:
sworcd In writing bj members of tin1
(T.i Was their opposition to Jesus
honest or dishonest'.' Give your rea
(8.) Why did not the wonderful
"signs*' which Jesus had already per
formed satisfy them?
? (9.) Which cause is the more influ
ential in keeping men from Christ to
day, a lack of evidence of the truth of,
Christianity or the love of sin? Give
i In. i Verse 14.?If the disciples;
ought to have taken bread and did!
not, was the forgetting a sinful act?'
(li t Is it ever wrong to forget and.
if so. under what circumstances?
(I2.i Verses 15-16?As Jesus did not
mean to reprove them for not taking
bread, whether they were blamewor
thy or not, why did their consciences
accu.se them of neglect?
ill!) What does literal leaven do,
and what did Jesus mean by "Beware
of the leaven of the Pharisees and of I
the leaven of Herod?"
(14.) Why ought all w ho would be I
good to beware of Pharisaical hypoe-1
risy. ostentation, pride, formalism and
placing the letter before the spirit and
of Herodlan superstition, sensuality
(15.) What should be the compelling
spirit of every Christ man?
(16.)Verses 17-1S?What part does |
a ciear conscience, an unselfish spirit
and a tender heart play In understand- ,
ing the ways of Cod?
( 17? What error or sin were these
apostles guilty of to merit this rebuke
(18.) Verses 19-21?When we do our
duty is there any need to fear for our
bread and butter? Wh?y?
(19.i How many times in your life
have you eaten all the food you have
had or could procure, and how many
times have you had plenty of food lef?
after every meal? Then why do you
worry for the future?
(20.1 Verses 22-20?Why do you
think Jesus used different outward
methods in restoring sight to the blind
(21.) How many different types of
conversion and of religious experi
ence are there? Did you ever know
any two exactly alike?
(22.) What analogy is there between!
this man's experience and when our
spiritual yes are first opened?
Lesson for Sunday, Nov. 10, 1912.
World's Temperance Sunday. Hosoa
Bible Question Club
I have read the Suggestive Ques
tions on the Sunday School Lesson
published in The Advertiser, also
I-esson itself for Sunday
(Date) the series of f?2.
i Addross .
I _ 1
Your Questions Answered.
If you would like to have answered
any particular question each or nny
week from "The Suggestive Questions
on the Sunday School Lesson" by Rev.
Dr. Llnscott, send In your request to
this office, giving the dnte of the les
son and the number of the question
you wish answered. You may Belcct
any question except the one Indicat
ed that "It may be answered in writ
ing by members of' the club." Dr.
Llnscott will answer the questions
either in these columns or by mall
through this office. Don't forget to
state what benefit these "Suggestive
Questions" are to you. Give your full
name and address. Send your letters
to "The Question Editor ef The Ad
vertiser, Laurens. S. C."
Saves Leg ef Boy.
"It seemed that my 14-year old boy
would have to lose his leg, on account
or an ugly ulcer, caused by a bad
bruise," wrote D. F. Howard, Aquone^
N. C, "All remedies and doctors treat
ment failed till we tried Rucklen's Ar
nica 8alve and cured him with one
box." Cures burns, bolls, skin erup
tions, piles, 25c at Laurons Drug Co.
and Palmetto Drug Co.
TEST OUR BOYS' SHOES
Our Boys' Shoes are sure repeaters.
Every day we hear them say: "I
want another pair of Shoes for the
Boy just like his last ones?they're
the best Boys' Shoes I ever saw."
This is sure proof of the goodness of our Boys' Shoes.
We know they're good and, if we fit the Boy just once,
YOU'LL KNOW IT, TOO!
Gun Metal Calf, sturdy Box Calf
or the new Tan Leathers.
Patent Colt for His Dress Shoes.
Button or Blucher style. Stylish,
mannish, foot-form lasts.
$1.50, $2.00 to $3.00
According to Size!
CLARDY & WILSON
THE SHOE MEN
ONE PRICE STORE
Owing to the death of our lamented
; Mr. Fleming, and the conditions of law,
> the business of J. O. C. Fleming & Com
pany has to be closed up.
Goods must be sold Regardless of Cost.
Will sell as a whole with a good liberal
discount from First Cost, and to the right
parties on easy terms.
This is an opportunity of one's life,
to those who want to go into the Mer
We beg all parties who owe us on
account or by note to please call and settle
without further notice and save trouble
H. B. KENNEDY,
Surviving Partner of
J. O. C. FLEMING & CO.
/s. /s. s*. a ^