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NO GRAPE JUICE
The) Refuse to Consider Bequest Unit
Teroperuni'e Drink Ii? Substituted
for Com hi ii n Ion Wine.
Now Vork, Oct. The 1018 Con
vention of Iii?' Protestant Dpi '< opal
cburcll passed Into history today with
the two hous<s deadlocked on two
resolutions, with tit** most far reach
ing topic of legislation uncon?idcr?d
by one house because of an error in
tin- other, and with a positive refusal
to consider ? request of tho Woman's I
Christian 'I < nnpcruncc union that mi
fermonted grape Juice he substituted
tor com III II ll loll wine.
On the proposal to establish a sepa
rate bishopric lor negroes in the
south ami one the proposed elimina
tion of the words Mews, 'lurks, Infi-;
dels and heretics" from the Good Fri
day Collect, the house of bishops and
the house of deputies were deadlock-I
ed. <)u the proposal to require a
two-thirds vote to change the name
of the church ndoptod by the dopu
ties, Die hishops refused to act he
cause Die resolution was sent them
only yesterday, while it was adopted
by the lov or house days ago.
For two Weeks the draft of this
radical measure lav beneath waste
paper on the secretary's desk. Ita
presence then was not detected until
Although the house of deputies In I
the closing moments of its session,
tried to force dcllnlte action on the
resolution requiring a two-thirds vole
to make a change in the prayerhook,
the effort failed. The deputies then
hurried through a resolution for a
joint commission to consider the
proposition and report at the next
convention ami in this the housi of
hishops com .tried The comimlssion
Is to consist of live bishops, the pres
byters ami live lav moll.
The closing service of the conven
tion in the 'Cathedral of St. .lohn the
Divine was marked by all tin- solemn
ity and linprcsslvcncss of the opening
ceremonial three weeks ngo. Bishop
Daniel Sylvester Tilttle, of Missouri,
presiding hisohp of the church, said
the opening prayer, and Bishop
Thomas Frank Tailor, of Tennessee,
read Die pastoral letter addressed
from each triennial convention to the
church at large. The benediction was
then pronounced by the presiding
bishop and the convention of 1013
"( vsr \id: i s? n.k v nsi:
i.1vkii \M> Ho Wills
Cure sick Headache. Constipation,
Biliousness, Snur Siomtich, Had
Breath fand) Cathartic.
(let a 10-cent box now.
\r ? you keeping your liver, stomach
and bowels ( lean, pure and fresh with
''iscarets or merely forcing a pass
ageway every |,.\\ davs with salts, ca
thartic pills or castor oil'.' This is
discards Immcdiat/ly cleanse the
totnach. remove the pour, undigested
Hid fermenting food and foul gases:
take the excess bile from the liver and
any out of the system the consti
pated waste matter and poison in the
No odds how sh k, headachy, bilious
and constipated you fool, a Casccret
(?night will straighten you out by
morning. They work while von sleep.
\ lucent box from your druggist will
keep your head cleat, stomach sweet
and your liver ami bowels regular for
months. Don't forget the children
"ieir little insides need a gentle
i leansing, too.
Statement of the Condition of the
BAN K 01' >V VTh'KI.OO,
Located tit Waterloo, s. r? at the elos
of Business, October 21st, BH.'l.
'ioans ami Discounts .. 07,131. IS
Furniture ami Fixtures .. 1,220.IS
Banking Douse. 2.2SS.00 '
Due from Bank and Bank
ers . 20.1 18,03 '
Silver and other Coin . . . . 332.07
'hecks and 'Cash Items .. 10.70
Total.$ 02,817.10 !
"apital Stock Pain III .. . . ?< 2S.000.00
Surplus Fund. S.000.00
'.'ndivided Profit?, less Cur
rent Kxpenses and Taxes
Due to Banks ,,i l B , s 380.S0
! ndivhlual I topo Its : Joel
to ("neck. 13,012,00
Savings De no, it . I, IS 1.87
"into Certillcates of Depo ? OSO.ns
'aalilor's Checks. 2*i0.00
:ur.s Payable Ineln liri C r
tllicates for Money Bor
rowed . IS.000,00
State of South t 'uro! Ina,
'County of I >aur< ss.
Before the can e .1 I' Smith, Cas
'nr of the ilhOvo n red bank, who, he
!ng duly sworn. - \ rat the above
nd foregoing n itement Is a true coh
ition of said hank, as shown by t ie
OOkS Of said bank.
.1. C. SMITH.
Sworn to and sub Tibed before me
his 27th day of October. 1018.
? I. .1. Adams.
Notary Public for S. C.
Correct Attest: O. II. Simmons, W.
'. Wharton. 'i'. ??? Anderson. Directors.
We have just received a beautiful
tie of Decorated Damps, ranging in
price from one to four dollars.
S M. &? E, H. Wilkes & Co.
Would Have Him Indicted and Tried
For ( rimes IVIlIcb Drove Him from
Now York, Oct. lit. Tammany
Hull Is seriously considering seeking
tho Indlctmonl or William Sulzer for
llio sann- "high crimen p.nd mlsde
mcanorH" for which he was km|)cucli
ed ;om1 removed from ofllco. A decl
sion may lie reue hod today.
Two considerations are causing the
Tammany leaders to art with caution.
One is the possibility of Tallinn to get
an indictment; tho other the possi
bility or the political effect holng the
direct oposllo ol" what Tamany wants.
Trying to Sound Whit mini,
The purpose of sooklug tin* Indlot
ment, of coursoi is to offset tho effect
or Sul/.er's utterances on the Mcf'nll
campaign. If Murphy and the other
leaders cannot convince themselves
Dial ii will have this offoel the step
will not he taken.
It Ih understood, liowevor. that al
ready the preliminary move lias uccii
made Tamany seeking in a round
nhout vva> to learn what the ultltudo
of District Attorney Whitman would
he. ii has nut learned yet and unny
nol learn ii at all, for some of tho
leaders on the east side, while hitter
enough against Snil/.er, fear that an
attempt at liidietment would simply
wipe the organization right off the
Waits Mill. Oct. 27. On Sunday
morning Itov. Mr. Mcldn illled Iiis reg
ular appolntimont ami preached to a
very attcnllvo coi.gallon.
l (!. (Mllespio tided services at
Highland Home < rch Sunday.
\ iiumiier of our hoys are expecting
in allen.I the Slate Kair.
Mr. ami Mrs. lloi'UCe ToitgUO nod
Miss Annie Walker from Lnureus Mill
all visited at the home of Mr. Kugene
Mrs. Mary Littletleld visited rela
tives mar 10 no roe Saturday and Sun
Mr. and Mrs. (iolitcly visited at the
home of Uev. (!. ('. Ilcdgepeth Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hums visited at
I.aureus Mill Sunday.
IHM t.CISTS knuoksk
imnsovs livkk tone
II i. a (illlirniltced Harmless Veiretii?
hie llonu ilj that Itcguliitcs the Lh
or Without Slopplug Vour U'orfc or
A (lose of calomel may knock you
( (.?aipletoly out for a day- somotiinoH
i wo or ih i ce days. Hudson's Liver
Tone relieves attacks of constipation,
biliousness and la/.y ll/er headacl. -s
ami you stay on yourJlVet.
The La II r ct l)rUg/('o, sells Ih
??(in': Liver Tone and&tiarantees it
ui\e perfect satisfuejfon. if you h
a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone and
do not lind if the safest, most pleas
ant and successful liver remedy you
ever look, this store will give you
hack tho fill cents yon paid for it with
out a question.
This guarantee thai a trustworthy
druggist is glad to give on Oodson's
Liver Tone is as safe and reliable as
the medicine, and that is saying a lot.
"The Leopard's S|Mits."
"Tin; Leopard't Spots" which will
be presented at the opera house, Nov.
i Ith, is under the personal direction
of Thomas Dlxon who has given to
the stage some of Its greatest suc
cesses, among thorn "The Clansman"
ami "The Sins of The Father."
"The liCopard's spots' has the uni
que distinction, of being dramatize I
by its author. It is a rare thing that
a successful author has sufficient
knowledge of stagecraft to dramatize
his own hooks and the wish Is usual
ly left to some one who in the very j
nature Of things can not be in full
sympathy with the various characters,
which the author has created, and the
result is usually a poorly constructed
play. Mr. Dlxon, who is a past mas
ter in stagecraft, was determined that
no such fate would overtake "The
Leopard's Spots" so decided to let ev
erything else iao and dramatize the
hook himself. The result is the great
est drat.natlc success of recent years.
I ? Adv.
I Ducklen's Arnica Salvo whoa applied
to a cut, bruise, sprain, burn or scald,
or other injury ol the skin will im
niediati ly remove all pain. K. F.
Chamberlain of Clinton. Juo. says: -
"It robs cuts and other, injuries of
their terrors. As a healing remedy its
equal don't exist." Will do good for
you. Only 2">c at Lnurons Drug Co.
Car White Lake Fish just
received. Large stack roasted
advance. Dixie Flour and
the liest Pain Killer.
We can save you
On your wagon. Special
Introductory offer to
one firm in a town.
Our line of Express, Delivery, Furniture, Bakery and Dairy wagons at low
prices. Big saving. Best goods. Cheap labor, cheap timber and low freights
make our prices untouchable. We can make any wagon according to your own
design, write for catalogue quick and Price List A.
The Rock Hill Buggy Company, Rock Hill, S. C.
Dr. J. T. Poole Place
ON NORTH HARPER STREET
Will be sold at Auction on Salesday
in November, in front of the
Half Cash and Balance in Three Months.
1 AUCTION SALE
$ -of the most- ?
I VALUABLE PROPERTY %
s IN THE GROWING TOWN OF 8
I gray court, south carolina |
I nov. 1ST, iou* I
g This Property~Will Be S?ldTTo The Highest Bidder J
j It will Pay You to travel any distance to buy any of This Property
' \ ? - - - 1 ? 5g
One of the most up-to-date Livery, Feed and Sales Stables in Laurens County" ^
\r2 One four room Cottage with about one-half acre of Land. ^
%k Three business Lots located in the center of the town fronting 24 feet by 80 \^
rjk feel deep. These lots front on Main Street and are the most desirable busi- \1
^ ness lota in the town of Gray Court. 2^
SALE COMMENCES PROMPTLY AT 3 O'CLOCK P. M.
THIS PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF PRICE
TERMS tv. LEAK
Ss OF SALE CAS11
The Real Estate Man, Gray Court, S. C.
There is al
heat is needed.
The Perfection Oil
Heater gives you heat,
where you want it, and
when you want. it.
The Perfection Heater
Solid Comfort in Cold Weather
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
W)uhinK?on, I). C. (New Jcucy) Charlotte, N. C.
Rirh.-non'J. Va. BALTI.MORF Cliarlr^ton, W. Va.
Norfolk, V?. ' Cbarleiton, S. C.
is always ready?just
touch a match, and it
is aglow in a minute.
No smoke?no smell;
burns nine hours on a
single gallon of oil.
plain steel or enameled
turquoise blue drum.
At Dealers Every
'<LV' v'- v; &:;->t :>?,???.
The Books of the County Treasurer
will be opened for the collection of
State. County and Commutation Hoad
Taxes for fiscal yoir, 1913, at the
Treasurer's Oilico from October 15th.
to December :;ist, 1912. After Decem
ber 31st. one per et at will be added.
After .January 31st, two per cent will
be added, and after February 28th.
seven p. r ( ' lit. will bo added till ?i>;
15th day of March, 1914, when the
books will be closed.
All persons owning property in inoj'o
than one Township are requested to
call for receipts in each of the several
Townships in which the property us
located. This is important, as addition
al cost and penalty may be attached.
All able-bodied male citizens be
tween the agps of L* 1 and 60 years of
ago are liable to pay ;? poll tax of $1.00
except old soldier:?, who are exempt
r><? years of ago. Commutation Road
Tax $1.50 in lieu of road duty.
The Tax levy is as follow.-:
For State purposes."'Vi mills
For Constitutional Seliool Tax :! mills
For Ordinary County purposes '.\ mills
For Interest on Hail road Bonds 1 !'?
For Road and Bridge Bonds mills
For Court House Bonds .. .. 1'?_? mills
I For Special School Tax .. ..1 mill
I Total.IT'S mills
Special Schools-Laurens Township.
Laurens No. 11.7 mills
Trinity Ridge No. 1.SVi mills
Maddens No. 2.I mills
Narnie No. ."> mills
Mailevs No. I.2 mills
Mills No. D.2 mills
Oak Drove No. 0.2 mills
Ora No. 12.I mills
Special Schools --Youngs Township.
Youngs No. .2 mills
Votings No. 2.I mills
Youngs No. I.1 mills
Youngs No. 5.t mills
Fountain Inn No. 3B.11 mills
Lanford No. l<?.6V6 mills
Ora No. 12.I mills
Youngs No. 1.:! mills
Central No. .2 mills
Special Schools?Dills Township.
Green Bond No. 1.I mills
D.als No. 2.:'. mills
Shiloh No. :t.i mills
Cray Court-Owings No. 5 .. ..I mills
Barksdalo No. t;.5 inilt?>
Dials Church No. 7.2 mills
Fountain Inn No. :!lt.II mills
Mermt No. S.2 mills
Dials No. I.I mills
Special Schools?Su 11'.van Township.
Mt. Bethel No. 2.:! mills
Princeton No. 1.I mills
Poplar Springs No. .I mills
Rnbun No. I.su mills
Hendcrsonviille No. D.s'-_. mills
Friendship No. G.7 mills
Breworton No. 7.mills
Sullivan Township R. R. Bonds I mills
Merlin No. S.2 mills
Special Schools -Wat? rloo Township,
Waterloo No. 14.I mills
Mt. Gallagher No. i.:: mills
Bethlehem No. 2.2 mills
ICkom No. .I mills
Conterpoint No. I.2 mills
Onkvlllo No. 5.mills
Mt. Pleasant. No. 6.2 mdlls
Mt. Olive No. 7..'? mills
Rcody drove No. S.2 mills
Special Schools ? Cross Hill Township
Cross Hill No. 13.G mills,
Cross Hill No. 1.2 mill
Cross Hill No. 2.2 mills
Cross Hill No. I.2 mills
Cross Hill No. 5.1 mills
Cross Hill No. (I.2 mills
Cross Hill No. I!.2 mills
Special Schools Hunter Township.
Mountvlllc No. io.ti mills
Hunter No. 2.4 mill,:
I hinter No. ::.2 mil I.
Clinton No. 6.6 mills
Munter No. 8.3 mills
Wadsworth No. 1. .2 mills
Hunter No. 1.2 mills
Special Schools?Jaelrs Township.
Odclls No. 6.?! mills
Hurricane No. 15.3 '.Tlllls
Shady drove No. 2 .. .:i mills
.lacks No. .5 mills.
?peclal Schools Scuflletown Township
[jangston Church No. :?.:i mills
Scuflletown No. 1 .2 mills
Dan ford No. 10.6Vfc mills
Ora No. 12 ..I mills.
Scuflletown No. 2.4 mills
Scuflletown No. 1.I mill.-.
Prompt attention will be pivon those
who wish to pay their Taxes through
the mall by cheek, money order, ote.
Persons sending in lists of names to
be taken off are requested to send
them early: and give the Township of
each, as the Treasurer Is very busy
during the month of Dosomber,
ROSS 1). YOUNG,
Count y Treasurer.
September 17. 1913.?td.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
People's Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
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vnus. tired, worried or desjtondent it is a
mro fflgn von need MOTT'ii NERVKRlr ?
PILLS. They renew the IN rnial rigor ai I
make life worth living. H? sun; nnd ask tor
Mott's Nerverirc Pills g^JJiSJ
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Laaren.t S, C.