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NO NEW DISTRICT
FOR THIS STATE
Project for South Carolina Slipping.
Not Enough Business.
Washington, Oct. 16.?The State's
correspondent !iad Information today
from a source which Is believed to
U)o ontlrely reliable and trustworthy
that there will be no new western
district of South Carolina, as con
templated in bills recently offered by
Senator Tillmau and Representative
Alken, and that in all probability the
last lias been beard of this new dis
trict matter for a long time to come.
The reasons which are believed to I
(have brought about the present sit
nation arose from the fact that the;
department of justice is said to have
made careful and painstaking Inquiry
from blub sources j,s to the feast
foility of authorising this new western '
district and thai the Information
given by those to whom appeal was
made was to the effect that there was
not business enough in the proposed
western district, to Justify Its crea- *
tlon at the hands of congross. Most
of the fodoral business In South faro- '
Una, It is said, arises in what would |
1)0 the eastern district; there are no
admiralty cases in what would be the
western district, and the latter would
foe left to try almost altogether viola
tions of the internal revenue laws.
This is said to have been one of the
reasons which the department of
justice found to militate against the
plan of creating an eastern district.
It will readily be seen that with
nil of the most important business
of the federal court to be handled in
the eastern district, there would be
little left for the western district to
do, OXCOPt, as stated, to give atten
tion to Internal revenue eases. An
Other reason assigned is that should
the new district he authorized, it
"would result in the salaries of the
district attorneys and the marshals
l>< ing materially reduced.
While the salaries of those oillclals
tire fixed in the new bills now pend
ing at SIXiOO a year each .,t Is said
thai should the h?ls pass it would
result in a cut and that neither the
district, attorneys nor the marshals
would receive the aunounts inout'on
ed. In other words, two district at
torneys Would not receive sa.auil ;i
year, and two marshals woulo not re
ceive a similar ainoutn. This is one
of the reasons said to have been given
to Attorney Gonornl M ? Reynolds
why the St we should remain as it ia
now, with but one distrl -t.
This Information will doubtless be
received by many persons in South |
?Carolina with a considerable degrc ? of
Hiirprlse. Among the members of
the legal fraternity who have watch
ed the mattor closely it will dottotlei i
7iot lie acceptable news to learn that,
unless present plans are changed,
South Carolina will continue ivit'l but
one district, as now constituted.
Thoso two reasons are said to have
been satisfactory to the department
of justice, and The State's Informant
Avas of the opinion that in all prob
ability, as stated, there would 1"' no
new district, at least at this tine.
J/.ok of business in the new proposed
western district and the disposition
on Hi.- part of the government o!ll
ninls hero not to cut the salaries of
the men who will succeed Kniest P.
Cochran and J. A. Adams as district
attorney and marshal are the rea
sons, in brief, for the present situa
tion. Until today the prospects seem
ed especially good for the creation
Of tho l?0W district. The State.
the Youngest " Real Daughter."
Ilrooklinc, Mass., boasts the young
est ' real daughter" of the American
Revolution. She is Mrs. Victoria
Rockwoll Ulanchard and is only sixty
four years old, .Mrs. Blanehard was
the daughter of her father's third
Avife, and her father was eighty-live
years old when she was born. Her
father was Jeromlah Rockwell and
her mother AbllillO Stearns. Her
father enlisted when ho wasonly nine
teen, at Lanesboro, Mass.. and served
at Ruukor Hill, Dorchester Heights
and Saratoga. He had twenty child
ren. Including tho seven he adopted
on his marriage to a widow his se
Mrs. Blanehard rcmombors her fa-'
tlier well, as she was eleven when he
died. She recalls the stories he used
to tell her of the Revolution. She Is
a member of the Marcy Warren chap
ter, Daughters of the Amorican Rev
olution at Springfield, Mass. She has
n brother, Cyrus S. Rockwell of New
York who la the youngest living '"real
?on" of the Revolution. New York
A Mnrvelous Escape.
' "My little hoy had a marvelous es
cape," writes R. P. Rastlams of Rrince
Albert, Cape of flood Hope. "It occur
red In tho mlddfe of the night, lie got
a very severe attaek of croup. As
luck would have it, I had a large bot
tle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in
the house. After following the direc
tions for an hour and twenty minutes
he was through all danger." Sold by
Mountvllle, Oct. 13.?The (juiettude
of our town was Home what disturb
ed on yesterday, when a Bpark from
the noon vestibule train set fire to
the cotton platform and almost in a
Becond of time the whole lot of about
two hundred bales of cotton was In a
m;iss of flames. Ho much so, that on'y
one bale could he saved. One car of J
I cotton and three empty cars wen;
standing on the siding near tin? plat
form. All the cotton In the loaded car
was thrown out except two bales, and
r ose with tin> three empties were de
stroyed. Hut for the aid of a bucket
brigade and persistent- effort, the
storo of Mr. p. C. Smith, and Dr. Pul
ler's Office would have been burned
also. A large force of hands Is on the
(?.round this morning removing the
debris and work on a new platform
will bo begun to-morrow. In the mean
time cotton is being weighed and
stored on the depot platform. All
losses covered by insurance.
At 3.30 yesterday afternoon a large
congregation enjoyed a very Interest
ing and Instructive address at the'
Presbytorian church delivered by Rev.
Donald W. Richardson a returned
Missionary from China. The needs In
this held of labor, as be very impres
sively described them are trulydoserv
illg of all our prayers, and a share of
The oyster supper given at the
school house Friday night by the la
dles School Improvement Association
was well attended and enjoyed by all.
A nice little sul:n was realized,
Leopard's Spot Coming
When it was first anounced in the dra
matic papers that "The Leopard's
Spots" in dramatic form was soon to
become an actual fact Mr. Dlxon the
author of the book who is also respon
sible for the dramatization was bo
seined by Now York Theatrical Man
agers who were very anxious to in
vest their capital in so profitable an
enterprise, Mr. Dlxon, who knew from
past experience that to have absolute
control of the play was essential to
its artistic success turned down all
VIOL \ liT/PA I IM( K
Leading ladj in " The Leopard's Spots'
offers and became a producing man
ager. Judging from the success of the
play the leading thoatrical managors
will have to look to their laurels In
the future as Mr. Dixon has spared
no expense to make "The Leopard's
Spots" the greatest success of the
? The Leopard's Spot.-?" will be seen ,
at the Opera House Nov. 11th,?Adv.
SYRUP OF PIGS" FOR
Delicious "Pr?ll Laxative" can't harm
Tender Little Stomach, Liver and
Gvory mother realizes, after giving
her children "California Syrup of;
Pigs" that this Is their ideal laxative,'
because they love Its* pleasant taste
ami it thoroughly cloinsos the tender
little stomach, liver iffud bowels with
When Cl'OSS, Irritnlile, feverish or
breath is bad, stomach sour, look at
the tongue, mother! IIf coated, give a
toaspoonful of this! harmless "fruit
laxative," and In a low hours all the.
foul, constipated waste, sour bile and
undigested food p?ss| s out of Wie
bowels, and you have a well, playful
child again. When Its little system Is |
full of cold, throat sore, has stomach
ache, diarrhoea, indigestion, colic?
remomber, a good "inside cleaning"
should always be the first treatment
Millions of mothers keep "California
Syrup of Figs" handy; they know a
teaspoonful today saves a sick child
tomorrow. Ask your druggist for a
50 cent bottle of "California Syrun of
Figs," which has directions for babie3
children of all ages and grown-ups
printed on the bottle. Bewaro of coun
terfeits sold here, so don't be fooled,
(let the? genuine, made by "California
Fig Syrup Company."
YOU see them often
?the builders' and
temporary buildings for
every sort of purpose.
Almost invariably they
kept warm and comfort
cold weather by the
^s.^^ Smokeless ^ef
Wherever furnaces or ordinary stoves cannot be used, or wherever
ordinary heat is not sufficient?there you find need for one of these
handy Perfection Heaters.
If you've a house without a chimney, or a cold spare room, or a
balky furnace, you will appreciate the Perfection Heater.
Made with nickel trimmings (plain steel or enameled turquoise-blue
drums). Ornamental. Inexpensive. Lasts for years. Easily moved
from place to place. At dealers everywhere. /
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Washington, D. C.
Charlotte, N. C.
Charleston, W. Va.
Charleston, S. C.
BUY LAND AND SAVE RENT!
Some More of These^Leak Bargains in Real Estate Houses and Lots
1 1-4 acres of land, a six room house,
with two barns and other buildings,
at the Watts Mills. Price $1,800.
GO a ores of land, four rooui dwell
ing and good outbuilding, in Sullivan
township, hounded by lands of C. R.
Thompson, estate of W. F. Dngwoll,
M. L. Cheek and .1. C. MUford. Price
The outfit of the barber shop at the
King Hotel, consisting of two chairs,
beautiful mirror. Including all other
furniture and fixture.. Price $3f>0.
227 acres, near Ware Shoals, good
improvement, known as the Rivers
land. Prices made right.
CO acres of land, with two dwellings,
bound by lands of Franks Criflin, Live
ly Hunter and others. Price $3,000.
?10 acres of land, bound by lands of
Homer Armstrong, J. A. McRraerty and
others. Price $1,S00.
87 acres of land, in one mile of
Barksdalo Station, nicely located, good
buildings and In high state of culti
vation, a model farm. Price $55 per
Eight room dwelling, good Improved
out-building, in the town of Gray
Three lots at the Watts Mills, nice
ly located, fronting North Harper
street. See me for prices.
One four room cotta^, in town of
Cray Court, built 19l?, finished com
plete, with a half aoffe lot. $600.
If you do not 0nd what you want
in the list, call on me for further in
formation. I am always in touch with
parties wanting to sell or buy.
I Can Secure Loans and Make Advances on Real Estate
J. N. LEAK
GRAY COURT, S. C.
The Man That Divides the Earth to Suit Your Purse/'
You Need a Tonic
There are times in every woman's life when she
needs a tonic-to help her over the hard places.
When that time comes to you, you know what tonic
to take?Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is com
posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act
gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs,
and helps build them back to strength and ? health.
It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak,
ailing women in its past half century of wonderful
success, and it will do the same for you. /
You can't make a mistake in taking /
The Woman's Tonic
Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark.,
says: "1 think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth,
for women. Before I began to take Cardui, 1 was
so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy
spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and
as stroni as I ever did, and can eat most anything."
Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers.
Has Helped Thousands,
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Between GreenvHle, Anderson and
Greenwood. Effective Sunday. Sep
tember 7th, 1913. Trains leave aad
arrive Main Street Terminal,
No. Time mo. Time
HO fi:30 A. M. 81 7:35 A. M.
32 S:25 A. M. 33 9:35 A. M.
34 10:35 A. M. 35 11:45 A. M.
3G 12:05 P. M. 37 1:20 1'. M.
38 2:15 P. M. 39 3:25 P. M.
40 4:20 P. M. 41 5:30 I?. M.
42 5:40 1*. M. 43 6:40 P. M.
44 6:45 P. M. 45 7:50 P. M.
46 9:10 P. M. 47 10: 15 P. M.
Tickets on sale G. S. & A. Terminal
104 North Main street.
C. S. Allen,
Gen. Pass. Agent.
DR. CLIFTON JON KS
Office In Simmons Building
Phone: Office No. 86; Residence 219.
The Books of the County Treasurer
will be opened for the collectloa of
State, County and Ccmmutatloa &oad
Taxes for fiscal yoir, 1913, at the
Treasurer's Office from October 15th.
to December 31st, 1912. After Decem
ber 31st, one per cent wiill be added.
After January 31st, two per cent will
be added, and after February 28th,
seven ..er cent, will be added till the
15th day of March, 1914, when the
books Will be closed.
All persons owning property in more
than one Township are requested to
call for receipts In each of the several
Townships in which the property is
located. This is important, as addition
al cost and penalty may be attached.
All able-bodied male citizens be
tween the ages of 21 and GO years of
age are liable to pay s. poll tax of ll.UO
except old soldiers, who arc exempt at
Tin years of age. Commutation Road
Tax $1.50 in lieu of road duty.
The Tax levy is as follows:
For State purposes.5V4 mills
For Constitutional School Tax 3 mills
For Ordinary County purposes 3 mills
For Interest on Railroad Bonds 1 mill
For Road and Bridge Bonds 3 mills
For Court House Bonds .. . .1V6 mills
For Special School Tax .. ..1 mill
Special Schools-Laurcns Township.
Laurens No. 11.7 mills
Trinity Ridge No. 1.8% mills
Maddens No. 2.4 mills
Narnie No. 3.5 mills
Baileys No. 4.2 mills
Mills No. 5.2 mills
Oak drove No. 6.2 'mills
Ora No. 12.4 mills
Special Schools?Youngs Township.
Youngs No. 3.2 mills
Youngs No. 2.4 mills
Youngs No. 4.4 mills
Youngs No. 5.4 mills
Fountain Inn No. 3D.11 mills
Lanford No. 10.G\'? mills
Ora No. 12.4 mills
Youngs No. 1.3 mills
Central No. C.2 mills
Special Schools?Dills Township.
Green Pond No. I.4 mills
Dials No. 2.3 mills
Shtloh No. 3.4 mills
Cray Court-Owings Nr.. 5 .. ..4 mills
Barksdale No. 6.5 mills
Dials Church No. 7.2 mills
Fountain Inn No. 3B.11 mills
Mema No. 8.2 mills
Dials No. 1.1 mills
Special Schools ?Sull van Township.
Mt. Bethel No. 2.3 mills
Princeton No. 1.1 mills
Poplar Springs No. 3.I mills
Rabun No. 1.8% mills
B, ndersonvllle No. 5.8Vii mills
Friendship No. 0.7 mills
Brewertou No. 7.3 mills
Sullivan Township R. I'.. Bonds I mills
Mema No. 8.2 mills
Special Schools?Waterloo Township.
Waterloo No. 14.I mills
Mt. Gallagher No. 1.3 mills
Bethlehem No. 2.2 mills
ESkom No. 3.I mills
Centerpoint No. I.2 mills
Oakville No. 5.3 mills
ML Pleasant No. 6 .. ,. . . ..2 mills
Mt. Olive No. 7.5 mills
Reedy Grove No. S.2 mills
Special Schools?Cross Hill Township
Cross Hill No. 13.G mills
Cross Hill No. 1.2 mills
\ Cross Hill No. 2.2 mills
Cross Mill No. 1.2 mills
Cross Hill No. 5.I mills
Cross Hill No. 6.2 mills
Cross Hill No. 3.2 mills
Special Schools ihm .er Township.
Mountville No. 10.9 mills
Hunter No. 2.1 mills
Hunter No. 3.2 mills
Clinton No. 5.8 mills
Hunter No. S.3 mills
Wadsworth No. 1.2 mills
Hunter No. 1.2 mills
Special Schools?Jac! s Township.
Odells No. G.3 mills
Hurricane No. 15.3 mills
Shady Grove No. 2.3 mills
Jacks No. 3.5 mills
>peeinl Schools?Scuffle;own Township
Hangston Church No. 3.3 mills
Scutlletown No. 1 .2 mills
Hanford No. 10.C'/j mills
Ora No. 12.1 mills
Scufflotown No. 2.1 mills
SeulHetown No. 4.1 mills
Prompt attention will be given those
who wish to p,ay their Taxes through
the mall by check, money order, etc.
Persons sending in Hits of names to
1)? taken off are requested to send
them early; and give the Township of
each, as the Treasurer is very busy
<lurlng the month of December.
ROSri D. YOUNG,
September 17, 1913.?td.
Dr. T. L. Timrnerman
People's Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
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