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SCHOOL CHORAL SOCIETY
ENTERTAINMENT ERIDAY NIGHT
The Choral Society of the Laurens City schools will give a concert next
Friday night in the Bchool auditorium beginning at 8.15 o'clock. The chorus
has been thoroughly trained by Prof. Barton and will be assisted by some
of the most talented of the Laurens singer. The program is worthy of care
ful consideration and its well-chosen numbers and variety will please every
one. The concert is being given for the benefit of the society and of the
school athletic association.
Below will be found the program and a list of those who will take part
In the conceit:
3. My Neighbor's Dog
2. In Old Madrid
1. The Largo
3. Spring Song
4. The Two Grenadiers
Selections from the Operas
1. "Cavalleria Rusticana"
2. "II Trovatore"
(n) Anvil Chorus
(b) Home to Our Mountains
(a) Flower Song.
(b) Soldiers' Chorus
MEMBERS OF THE SOCIETY
CAROLINE ROPER, Accompanist
FRANCES DAVIS, Assistant Accompanist
LUCY VANCE DARLINGTON
11 ATT IK CRAY
.1 AMES HOLMES
MISS MARY TODD MRS. H. K. AIKEN
MISS JOSEPHINE FULLER MRS. I). A. DAVIS
I CROSS HILL NEWS t
Cross Hill, Feb. 10? Dr. Peak was
called to Monroe, N. C, last Thursday
on account of the Illness of his little
girl. Mrs. Peake and the children are
there on a visit to her people.
Mr. J. B. Rasor of Greenville was a
Cross Hill visitor Wednesday of last
Miss Louise Austin of Clinton visit
ed relatives here last Friday and Sat
Rev. W. D. Ratchford, Messrs. R. A.
and W. T. Royce, J. O. Denny, W. H.
Loaman, W. W. Owens, also Miss
Mllos, teacher; Dowey Nelson, Fred
Coleman, Wade Hill and Misses Mary
Hill, Oxella Harmon. Emma Lowe,
Vivian Nance and Elinor Dial, pu
pils, attended the exposition last
week in Columbia.
Mr. R. A. Austin returned Saturday
from a trip to Baltimore and Phila
A dog, supposed to he mad, was
killed In town last Friday. Five dogs
bitten by this dog were also killed.
Fortunately no person was bitten.
'Miss Medlln, Miss Roberta and Mr.
W. Coleman of Coronaca, were the
guests of Mrs. S. A. Pinson last Sat
Mrs. J. O. Homminger, also Miss
Tx>ui8e and Mr. James Heminger of
Willington. S. C, have moved to Cross
Hill and occupy the Turner cottage
on west side.
Messrs. G. o. and T. F. Henrminger
of Wlllington were Cross Hill visitors
the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ilitt were Green
wood visitors Saturday.
Mrs. Dollle Hitt of Greenwood coun
ty visited her daughter, Mrs. Wade
Turner last week.
Mrs. E. B. Pinson visited her daugh-1
ter In Greenwood county last Friday
Miss James of Atlanta is visiting
Miss Lida Rudd and slio and Misf: LIda
will go on to Baltimore- next week to
buy tlioir spring millinery.
Tylersville, Feb. 10.?Prof. Clink
scales, of Wofford College, will make
an educational address at Sandy
Springs school house Saturday night.
Feb. 16th, at 8 o'clock. Everybody
is cordially invited.
Mr. W. B. Clark of Greenwood visit
ed relatives In this community Sun
Messrs. J. W. Donnan and Furnian
Poole attended the corn sltow last
Miss Grace Poole visited relatives
in Laurens last week.
Mr. Austin Abercrombie of Youngs
visited Mr. J. W. Peterson Saturday
Miss Pauline Byrd spent Saturday in
Miss Margaret Cunningham attend,
ed the corn show last Monday and
Dr. S. F. Blakely and Furman Poole
spent the week-end in Spartanburg.
Misses Maggie Peterson and Min
nie Babb of Laurens spent Wednesday
with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Peterson and
Mrs. .Toe Prior is visiting at Enoree.
Mr. Bluford Blakely left Saturday
for Salem. N. C,
ImVs Emma Donnan spent Sunday
with friends near Lanford.
This is the season of the year when
mothers feel very much concerned ov
er the frequent colds Contracid by
their children, and have abundant rea
sons for it ns every cold weakens the
lungs, lowers the vitality and paves
the way for the more serious diseases
that so often follow. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy Is famous for Its cures,
and is pleasant and safe to take. For
sale by all dealers.
Watts Mill, Feb. 10.?Misses Claudie
and Annie Moore visited at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moore Saturday
Mrs. Rossle Hufflmau visited her
sister, Mrs. Jasper Riddle, Saturday.
Mr. T. J. Weather^, who has been
very ill, is much better at this writ
Mr. A. R. Cothran, who has been
sick, is much Improved and able to
be at work.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bishop and chil
dren have been visiting at Watts
Mill during the past week.
Rev. Mr. Lewis preached a strong!
sermon here Sunday morning.
Rev. .1. M. Trogdon preached to quite
a large congregation Sunday night at
Lucas Avenue Baptist church.
Your correspondent in mentioning
the overseers at Watts mill, through
a mistake, failed to mention our noble
cloth room overseer, Mr. F. L. Don
nan. In the communication oX two
Friendship. Feb. 8.?Mr. .lohn Roper
has just returned from a visit to his
sister in Pickens.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Coats spent the
week-end with the latter's parents.
Mrs. W. A. Markham Is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. J, L. Chapman.
Mr. John Madden expects to move
into his new holme before many days.
Among those who attended the corn
rllOW In Columbia from this commun
ity were, Miss Minnie Wallace and
Mr. Charlie Roper.
The Misses Murphy are the guests
of Mrs. C. B. Roper.
Mrs. B. D. Chapman has returned
after a very pleasant visit with her
son in Fountain Inn.
Mr. J. B. Young has purchased two
very nice mules lately.
Mr. (!? C. Roper had the misfortune
of losing two fine cows last week.
A wee little boy has visited the
.home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chap
Mr. Charlie Saxon was badly kick
ed by one of his mules several days
ago. He is now rapidly improving.
Eden, Feb. 10. -Mr. C. V. Hipp and
wife spent Thursday night with Mr.
W. E. Gray and family of Gray Court.
Mr. Bordic Owens and family spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 1). M.
Misses Edna Owens and Jenovee
Babb were the guests of Mr. M. W.
Gray and family Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Babb visited Mr.
W. B. Owens and wife Sunday.
Charlie Brooks of Lauren:;, spent
the latter part of the week with his
mother, Mrs. L. R. Brooks.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Gray spent
Thursday with Mr. F. W. Mahaffey and
Little Harriet, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ambrose Holder is very ill at
Honor Roll of Eden School.
First Grade?Virgil Tumbling.
Second Grade?Fannio Mae Aber
crombie and Roscal Martin.
Fourth Grade?Alton Atimstrong.
Sixth Grade?Ruth Switzer.
Ninth Grade?Lola Martin and Pa
IN NEW YORK SOCIETY.
Beautiful Women of the 100 who ha^e
In gay New York, where women pet
Ideas from their foreign sisters, the
hair tonic called Parisian Sage at BO
cents is in great demand.
Parisian Sage is the discovery of
a well known scientist, and he claims
most emphatically that it is the only
hair , reparation that will/Kill the per
sistent dandruff geNUS. /
At any rate the (Bronx Mfg. Co.. of
Buffalo, x. v.. American manufactur
ers of. Parisian SagoV give out through
Laurens Drug Co. this guarantee, the
Strongest ever given:
"We guarantee Parisian Sage to end
dandruff in tWO weeks: to stop falling
hair: to make dull, lifeless nnd color
less hair beautiful nnd luxuriant; to
cure all Itohlng diseases of the scalp,
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Wall paper bargains just received,
the best you ever saw.
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Whereas God in Ilia wise provi
dence and love has seen fit to remove
from our presence our director, Mr.
B. It. Austin, we the undersigned, hi
behalf of the Union Choir of Crosa
Hill, wish to manifest our apprecia
tion of his great worth.
Resolved, That while the choir has
sustained a great loss, we humbly
submit to the all.Wise Father's will.
That we extend our sympathleH to
the bereaved family.
"I hat a copy of these resolutions
be sent, to the church paper, to The
Laurens Advertiser, and to the fanill)
Miss Lyda Rudd,
Miss Wilma Rnmcy.
Miss Connie Martin.
Miss Blanche Plneon,
Mr. .1. B. Pinson,
Mr. R. F. Walker,
Mr. Hdd Adams.
"The Yankee Doodle Hoy."
The central figure in the "Yankee
Doodle Hoy" Is Hud Hicks, a typical
young American and the character is
portrayed by George w. Stephens, thai
clover comedian, who has appeared
in many New Lorw productions. This
play shows American life as it really
is and was written for Americans who
have rich, red blood in their veins,
who love good, clean comedy, catchy
sonns, tinkling music, pretty girls
and thrilling situations.
"The Yankee Doodle Hoy'- is n big
comedy drama in three acts, full of
the latest New York song bits and
will make a decided hit here, when it
comes to the Opera House for
one night only. It conies highly rec
ommended as a play that pleases all
and offends none, as the comedy Is
clean and refined. "The YYinkeo
Doodle Hoy" will be a big treat as
it is seldom that we get such a good
attraction at the prices decided upon
by the management of the company
through the efforts of Mr. Lavender.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to express our sincere
thanks to our neighbors and friends
for the many kindnesses rendered us
during the recent illness and death of
our son and brother. The many kind
words of condolence will be long re.
memborcd and greatly treasured.
.1. M. Goodman and Children.
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blood Impurities, pimples and erup.
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Palmetto Drug Co.
W. I?. .Mills Going West.
Mr. W. P. Mills, who stated several
weeks ago that, he intended moving his
family to Arizona, leaves today for
Phoenix, where he will make prelim
inary preparations before moving his
family. Mr. Mills did not intend mov
ing until some months, but he received
a message several days ago stating
that his sons were improving so rapid
ly there, where they had gone in
search of health, that ho thought It
well to go now and make some ar
rangement of business affairs. Mr.
Mills will buy a ranch near Phoenix,
where he and his sons can ejoy work
ing in the open air. The departure of
Mr. Mills is quite a loss to the county,
for men of such sterling and substan
tial worth are gceat assets. Though
his friends regret to see him leave
best wishes for health and prosperity
for him and all his family go with
them to their new home.
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This excellont inodicino is not only
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pain, strengthens weakened parts,
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ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
LAUKENS DRUG CO.
1,aureus. P. C.
is the chief consideration in building;
quite .is essential to you as cost, and
it doesn't come high? here.
When you build, you want to
build right?you want right material
to go into tins building? fiom the
We have our own stumpoge? saw
milU ? planing mills ? every opera*
lion from chopping down the tree
to the designing and finishing of the
finest columns, newel posts, grilles,
doors, sash, etc., is under our own
We have quantity?quality?and
service to offer you ? at the rieht
We specialize on complete home
bills. Lit us furnish yon estimates,
Phone, write or call.
AUGUSTA LUMBER CO.
Dil. CLIFTON JONES
Office In Simmon* building
Phone: Office No. 86; Residence 219.
Jno. W. Forjrueori C. C. Feathwrotone
W. B. Knltfht
FEKGUSON, FRATHBR8TONG ft KNKlItT
Attorneys at Law
Lauren*, S, C,
Prompt and careful attention given
to all business.
Office Over Palmetto Bunk.
Shafting-, Pulleys, Baits, Repairs and
Files, Teeth, Locks. Etc.
LOMBARD IRON WORKS, AUGUSTA, O.A.
Ctl out circular before you but/.
The Hooka of the County Treasurer
will bo opened for the collection of
State. County and Commutation Road
Taxes for fiscal year, 1912, at tho
reasurer's Cilice from October 16th.
to December ;.ist. 11)12. After Deoom
bor 3l0t, one per eont will lie addod.
Aftor January ;ust. two per cent, will
be added, and alter February 28th..
seven per cent, will be added till the
15th day or March, IN 13, when tho
books will be closed.
All persons owning properly in moro
than one Township are requested to
call for receipts in each of the sevornl
Townships in which the propcrby Is
located, This is Important, as addition-.
ai cost and penalty may be attached.
All able-boUlod 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
r>0 years of age. Commutation Road
[Tax $l.fiO in lieu of road duly.
Tho Tax levy Is as follows:
For State purposes.G% mills
For Constitutional School Tax 8 mills
For Ordinary County purposes II mills
For Interest on Railroad Bonds 1 mill
For Road and Bridge Bonds 3 mills
For Court House Bonds .. ..2 mills
Special Schools I,aureus Township.
Laurens No. n.7 mills
Trinity RldgO No. I.4 mills
Maddens No. 2.2 mills
Nnrnle No. 3.G mills
Balloys No. i.2 mills
Mills No. f?.2 mills
Oak Qrove No. C.2 mills
Ora No. 12.4 mills
Special Schools -Youngs Township.
Votings No. 3.2 mills
Youngs No. 2.4 mills
Voungs No. I.'1 mills
Youngs No. r?.3 mills
Fountain Inn No. !1B.If? mills
ban ford No. in.Oft mills
Ora No. 12.4 mills
Youngs No. I.3 mil In
Central No. 15.2 mlllfi
Special Schools Dials Township.
Green Pond No. I.4 null i
Dials No. 2.3 mills)
Shlloh No. 3.4 mill*
Cray Court-Owing: No. G ? -4 mill*
Barksdale No. 0 .,.2 mill's
Dials Church No. 7.2 mill?
Fountain Inn No. 3B.ir. mills
Mornn No. .2 mills
S|)C< Inl Schools Sullivan Township.
Mt. Bothol No. .8 mill*
Princeton No. I ..3 mills
Poplar Springs No. 3.I mills
Rabun No. i.4 mills
Hendorsonville No, .1 mills
friendship No. <;.mill:*
Brewerlon No. 7.3 mills
Sullivan Township II. It. Bonds 4 mills
Mei iia No. 8.2 mill?
Special Schools Waterloo Township.
Waterloo No. 14.4 mill*
Mt Oallaghor No. I.3 mills
Bethlehem No. 2.2 mills
Ekom No. 3.4 mills
Contorpolnt No, 4.2 mills
Oakvllle No. G.3 mills
Ml. Pleasant No. ?'..2 mills
Mt. Olive No. 7.2 mills
Reedy Orove No. X.2 mills
Special Schools Cross 11i11 Township
Cross Hill No. 13.C mills)
Cross Hill No. 1.2 millfi
Cross Hill No. 2.2 mil i -i
Cross Kill No. 4.2 mil 1 *
| Cross Hill No. f>.2 mill a
Cross Hill No. tl.2 mills
Special Schools Hunter Township,
Mountvllle No. 1I5.4V4 mills
Hunter No. 2.2 mil In
Hunter No. Ii.2 mil Ii?
Clinton No. G.0 mills
Hunter No. 8.3 mills
Wadsworth No. 4.2 mills
Special Schools Jacks Township.
Odoiis No. <;.3 mills
Hurricane No. IG.3 mills
Shady drove No. 2.3 mills
; Special Schools- -Scufflotown Township
Langston Church No, 3.3 mills
Souffletown No. 1.2 mills
L&nford No. 10.r.Vi mills
I Ora No. 12.4 mills
Prompt attention will be given those
I who wish to pay their 'faxes through!
tho mail by check, money ordor, etc.
I Persans sending In list? of names to
! be taken off are requested to sent!
them early; and give the Township ol
each, as the Treasurer Is vory busy,
during tbe mouth of Decombor.
ROSS D. YOUNG,
October 2, 1912.--td.
Take notice that on the 24th day of
February, I will render a final acc ount
Of my acts and doings as K.veeutor
of the estate or Sarah J. Atchlson. do
< eased In t!i" office of the Judge pH
Probate of Lnnrons county at it
o'clock, a. in., and op the same day*
will apply for a Iu*?f1 disc barge from
our tin i as ?s^cutors.
Any persons indebted to rani estate
arc notified and required to make pay
ment on that date; ami all persons
having Claims against said estate will
present them on or before said da;e,
duly proven, or bO forever barred.
W. S. Atchlson. I
J. II. Atchlson,
Jan. 24, 1913.?1 mo. J