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LAURENS, H. C., O('TOBER 14,11914.
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'h )rate for lPriday!
4. 1 4
Co'n.- to the County :air!
* A I'
Th1 iople atten lditr the fair- ol
Fridayv will exp1ect to seeo the storv:
deco:'jted inl Ilag;; and hunltingi. lwet'
]lot diSappIoint theil. letI pt oni:
'h lowly pk1111 in has been o
vated to high position In tile worli o
mierdcin by Dr. Karnowski, a faiou
Euiropean plhyesician. who says that I
taken In suilleiently ellorllolus quant)i
ties, it will cure Bright.'s disease.
'Yorkville Enquirer. Say about thre
In order to promote the use of Cot
ton bags, and thereby to increase th
domestic consumption of the staple,
Inaterial increase in tile duty on but
Japs, and jute, of which buriaps i
3nade. was lgges yi sterday bIy th
7ht ltits' lfc h ange, of charlest o
A special meeting of the I'xchang
1d. 1 resolutions ilndorsing .1 big
tariff onl .inib and!u]as ando for,
wardwid colpies of t1h rsmolutiol 1
trit i1 Congr':ss, alld to lhr 111mbeer
of the 't'win ral Ass'mb:i',oly from thi
Co n1:it. Not it of ihe : tion of Ihl
ex -u w.; alstio wireli 14) th
lVhonie: - : ,rocers' Assoviation, Ch
'headiarte'rs of which is ill .\tlan
--Cha'bI-stonl News aind Courir. \
i magin th:t one Nelsotl W. ii
.woulId he "pleased" to have ( o,
301'th ele m ations.l' n ii I r4'.
\ TI N1 N- 'O3I ('.\ I'T I ON.
01:' le:tsl ors Voul(l I wis('
'take . son 110d though4It befor' Iassin
Ofnal'.' oil the hill to pirtohiilbit till 111
p)orion of)1 01 (Otton1 illto t.hlis state) frIon
any o f 1111 0th1 en(' 'ttonl growting state:s
us th!e hil now1 hei 10ng considek'redl vir
tual:'. dions. Th~e wisdom of such 11
ateI) i4 s questionlable, from severad
stand-points. Ini tihe lIrst place it I:
doublt ful whether or not it would rut
'the gaitntlet of thel interPstate COml
51n0ree law. ThllIis pase of the ques
'tion. h1'Ioev(er. Is best settled by a tes'
of th la :w. 1n the31 seconld 3)1ac'e, anl3
ctica1 whidch we might take at thh
ilm tol( 1bar1 thle prioiduct0s of otheor cot.
'ton ii:owinlg staites frotm tis stat<
"foot t.'r a muttual solution of the miair
'proble n. Thesel' t%' wo obel tis, la rge
3y o:' *''iediency', are relatIvely inol
oaess ('ompare:lCd IIo the impl~ortance of
the i:in tip)le in vol ved. Ally ac tioni now1
*lon1 0011on1inue, heair' the4 (':r
tion: aihe th5 3441 a sinc4er'' measurd e fot
protoction. ,\n such1, it woti he3) in
.lain siolatI.,on of the~ fedleral conisti
'tution anlldaglins:t everly plrinciple of
Of cour's' 'The Advertilser is In sym
to all th. R'outh ('arolina' farmer, but
it is not willing to see the state sne.
friflee both its principle and its friends
to gain a denlred end(.
r 14)OIeles Long Troule Cured.
af'any recoveries from Luing Trou-.
bles are due to -Dr. IJell's Vine-Tar
Hloney. It n4reugthens the Lungs,
CIchees the (Cough an~d given relief at
once-Mr. W. f4. Wilklns, Gates, N. C.,
'writes: "I uised D~r. Bell's Pine-Tar
3-oney In a case given up a's 'hopeless
anda it effected a Complete cure." Get
n:ottle of Dr. JHell':. Pine-Tar-Honey.
'Tf your cough is dry and hacking let
dt trickle down the throat, you will
lurely get relief. Only 25c at your
It Always Dloes the Work.
"f like Chamblierlafn's Coughl Remse
dy' hotter than any other," writes -R.,
E. Roberts, -Imer' City, Pa. "1I haye
daken It off and on .for years and It
huas never failed to give the desired
iennlta." lFor sale by all dealers.
WRECKED YESTERDAY *
C., N. & L. Morning Passenger Train
Runs Into Split Switch and Engine D
Morning trait No. 55 to Columbia on i
tile C., N. & L. railroad ran into a split c
switch yesterday morning at Goldville 8
resulting in considerable damage to M
the equipment and slight injuries to &
members of the crew. The engine and
tender of the train turned completely d
over and the three coaches left the fa
traek. The colored fireman was pain- S
fully thongh not seriously injured and c
EIngineer Graham, Baggage Master t'
Level and Mail Clerk Killian were 1;
slightly bruised. The train was in J1
charge of Capt. Dyess, who escaped t
Engineer Grahain saw that the
switch had not opened to the usual sa
width whenl he got within a few yards c
of it. Ile quickly put on the eier- L
gency brakes and jumped for his life. t
Tlhe engine passed over the dangerous
place. but the tender hit the project
Ing rail andi left the track. The en
gine, being a very light one, was pull
ed off the track by the tender and both
rolled over on their sldes. the tire- 1
tman being pinned withiln. After the I
train had come to a stop, lo freel him- i
self from tithe wreekage'. Capt. Graham
was slialht ly inittred floi Ilie impart
of his fall.
The wrvcki ovcurrl-(j ()n a cur11ve ne411*r
the Got vll stationl. The trainl wa's 1
ot runniling at a highI rat' of sied
1111 this is asvblled the esaple of thlle
Crew\ andpasener from mlore seri
The trlack was cla red aim empor
arily repaired by 2:0111 o'clock, when at
extra eigine ptilled the coaches on to i
Columbia. 'ITe Seaboard Alt Iin I
wreelier was brought from Monroe last
iight. to raise tho engie and tetider.
Your Fall ('old Needs Attention. I
No uise to fuss and try to wear it
out. It wIll woar yoi out instead.
Take Dr. King's New Discovery, rellef
follows quickly. It cheeks your cold
and soollhes your votigh away. Pleas
: ant, antiseptic aid healing. Childrent
- like it. Get a 50c bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery atind keep it in tile
house. "Our family caugh and cold
doctor." writes Lwis Chamberlaint,
- .lailester, Ohio. .Aloney back if not
satisfied, but it n4ear'ly. alw:ys helps.
311(s. 1.\TTI11111) D DIAll.
Widely C'onnlected inl this Cl'ottny, 11114-d
it Hiome of Nieee lIi Orn.
\lrs. .\ ttll'I hodd, widow of thile
lt J. hor. Ihnid, of, Anderson, d.N e l at
f:' hr ni'-. .\'rs. Cor'l oh
e to, (:'t rab' r Ie ti. Ti'4 bod'y
w.- As arriod to Prostorily. u i-e 11in
tr nttook hiesatulrdalyaf rno
Thel dece-ased wa inl tho CGIh) yearI of
1a-r. :e an! hadi ' b n lin ill he alth for.
s ne tinte.
.\hrs. Dodd's firs maling wia ito
'ol. Alext' ndt r Nahors, whow
lyN colnnected lin tis. county. To themI
made the ir hom. g r tilee ota oftew
motshOli e ohal een divnwith llte
Na erf Prospe virit y asafo tli,
Newberr'y College secondi ta lIast I
F~rida~y 11y the score (of 12 to1 (. For
the flirst gameil it. was itnu tsuall nappy~1113
antI Inter'est intg. hothI teigns play'ed
excel lent ball antd the I gamte wasi re
.111ete wVI tht spectacuIat' stunts of v'ari
(Clintlr-bItinItg. figh ts and forwvartd
pa8sses. Th'e( lolal teami wast sldomi in
dlantger of eitn~tg s(cor'ed on, thiie hall he
ing kepjt pracL(ti('ally3 all (of thel I timei in
thle enemyl3's ltrrtotry. IFletuing f'or
L~aurents scored a touch'ldowni in the
pei'foirmiance in the( fou th I 1 t'lare r,
goal beig klIekedl ni'thler' tim'.
Sick leudache, Sour Stomachl, Oas, s
Had Breath, Metan Llier and
ikowels Need Cleaing.5
Get a 10-cent box no*.
No odds how b~ad yotir liver, sfo'm
achi or bowels; how u~ich youri head
aches, how milserable nd uncomfort
able you are from coj stipation, iindi- I
gestion, biliousness a 4d altiggishi how
els-y'ou always" get the desired r'e
suits with Cascaret&.
Don't lot your st' macli liver atnd
bowels make you miserabile. Tak-t Cas
carets tonight; p)ut an end to the
hicadache, bilIousness, dizzAinesls, ner1
VOusness, sick, sow', gassy stomach,
biackachie ands all other' ditress;
cleatnse your inside organs of all the
bile, gases and constipated matter'
w'hich Is producing the miset'y, t
A 10-eent box means health, happi
ness amnd a clear head for months. No 2
more (lays oif gloomi and( dIstress If' you
will take a Cascaret now and then. 2
Ali druggists sell O'saes Don/t
forget theo chiildren-their little In-(
I ildne need a gentle clansing, too.
. * * * * ** * e* * * e
IEPLIES TO "AUNT 1KATE". *
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
ear Aunt Kate:
We people11 up here believed al- the
me that'you were for the "silk hat"
rowd. But 1 want it fully under
ood that we don't belong to that ele
ent, and we consider it beneath our
ignity to "tag" after them.
Our great-grandfathers were sol
lrs in the Revolutionary war, our
tthers fought under Lee and Jack
in in Maryland and Virginia for a
UISe tile)' thought to be right; and
)day we are fighting no less v'alliant
* for a reason we consider equally
1st. Therefore we are supporting
lose candidates who best represent
Aunt Kate is surprised that I believe'
[me of Blease's statements, I may be
ver credulous sometimes; but I will
ct a Jew's harp that Aunt Kate
iought that Bins and Felder would
jug" IBlease wheni tile)' said they
could. And 1 guess she sat there
ay after dlay wondering why they,
idn't arrest him.
Aunt Kate, I do not wonder at your
appiness over tile restilt. of the elec
oll, and I shall not he offeiled In
he least if you jubllate to tile extent
>f bursting your ilngs. I think yoi
houl be allowed that privilege after'
he lonl'" defevat yott anities h~ave( sutfer
d. and the exPelnse of those investi
Youl N wIsh to lee the 'record straight
i regard to Pollock'1141 ll niigs'
id to 1-nat,1or Smlithl, and th11i thley.
11r4 already receiving their reward.
You are correct illasiluch as they
lid servet him In tile exalted capacity
if "skillet CalrrHer," and I also agree
hat Mir. Pollock came v'ery near to
etting what lie justly deserved after
lie ball(liet in Columbia when lie iet
'ralk Ilamiond in the lobby. If I
lad beenl there I think I should have
aid "Sic him1 Tige!"
It6 votes for Pollock and 14 votes
or .lennings! A rather flattering hal
of isn't it? That shows tile Opinion
he good people of old 141 laucrns ('01111
y have of them.
Ailt lKat thiiks Blease's defeat (1ue
o som1e ex telnt, to tile blow he recei v
'd frot Illnian. Well Tillmilan is
list that sorl of manll. Look what Ie
lid for Col. Irhy. Ilhy was the Laui
enls counity mnan whoml It. It. TI'illman
eletedvi lo laun11ch his caulse when hle
lrst rani for governol'. Iiby said that
11f'r he hal wided tiihe streall with
'illman I onl his hei anid had landed
1;m1 saffy 4 onl the aiank, anl while he
11rby %) went back after his clths.
'iI1ial got a holl '1n1d tried to) Sinli
i Is he' was rossilg.
I trfist that .\ttlli Kaile hais t. for
otien) 111: 1 y4-1. and that is tli way
Olities has bon r I ng11011 -,ver ( sin e.
. omr faction for everall years. has
0een sayilg "Give us a gOVerm111tll
or the people, by t(e lople." and jlust
s soon as they got it, they squalled
utt "Fraud! Restrict thle primlar-y"
ist hie'se it dlid lit sit them.
I wish1 it wer' ot01hei'wise; lbut 1 nelth
r' llease no0r Smlithl repre'sent imy) idlea
f t rue st atesmianshiip to the ex tenit
hut I call say to myl) hulsband~ or' to my1)
oins, ''''heire is a man worthiy of y'ouri
mltiton. Ini your~ ev'erydlay walk of
ife, follow ini his foot-stepls." Fortul
am'telv I (10 not have to choose0 betwveen
lit two oniithait point1. Thi1a !s the
jew I take of the po0lit ical questIon
'here n10 perfect model is avaIlable,
nd I must15 "choose betwein two evils,
dke the less." 'I have' beeni' reiably'
n formiled th:' Sen.i Sithli is a very
'i'ck'd muan. Foi' ('xample: 1)urilng
he4'I lsI senatia 'i 'l campigni, thle day
e spoke at Woodrn'tff. I was told( that
t (ontine from(1 iili Page FourlI.)
or youir sysItemi's safke, use4( (i'istr
lI. No--Iot w~on't " aike youtrself
iek'' tauking It-not an longer! You
in drlnk this right out of the botide.
NOW 15c FOR 3-OZ. BOTTLE
USE!) TO BE 2,5C
01t4 nlO mforeC than the old '"Tor
llrouslto-Take"' kind, and less
ian the al'rmatic, or flav'ored kind
-4 oz,. bottle now 15e instead of
5e-formeil~lr 50e bottle (7..oz.) niow
et it at Your Druggist's1
Your Horse Will Have
the Best of Care
id more of it Is secured from the
nhinal that's well shod. If we do the
vork you can depend upon our years
of experience in doing it right, and of
quality to linger long after the cost
J. D. SEXTON & SON
LAURENS, S. C.
Wanted-. Whli1 e Leghorn or
Rlhode IslaIld Ied hens. Address llox
12 - 12-1t
For Itent or Lea se- -'I'llree-h8orse
farmh, tIwo miles from LiaIrens, for
one, thrlee or live years. Good dwell
inug, ou1tbuildi ngs alld pastire. Apply
to Dr. Clifton Jonles. 12-1t
Lost, Stra11 yed or Sf'lenl---White and
brownI spotted pointer. Will answer
to niame of Dash; has hump on end of
nose as though snake-bitten; about 2
inches of tail has beenl cut off. lie
ward if returned to J. McC. Barks
dale, Clinton, S. C. 12-2t
To Itent or Work on Share--A farm
in good state of cultivation, 1 1-2 miles
from Lau rens. Apply to Advertis er
Seed Oats for Sale-700 bushels
Baneroft rust-proof seed oats for
sale. S. J. Davis, Laurenls, Itt. 5.
For Sale or Itent--Sealed proposals
to buy o- ren, the plaiiitation of the
Iato W. W. .ones, containing 219 acres
3 iles from Lauren4s on road to Ora.
TIlel ter's of rent are for one year
froni .aai..ary 1st, 1915, to December
Ist, 1) 15. Terms of sale are 1-3 cash,
the balance On1 one. tvo aid three
vears ile. The right to refuse anly or
ill hids is reserved. It. P. .lones, Kxcen
lor, lattie .1. Mayer, Execitrix.
*++oo + >4oo e++12
From 3 P.N1
e $25.00 in Gold I:
$25 IN G
DN THE SQUARE
Keen Your Stomach and Liver Healthy
A vigorous Stomach, perfect work
ng Liver and regular acting Bowels
a guaranteed if you will use Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They insure
ood Digestion, correct Constipation
mnd have an excellent tonic effect on
:he whole system-Purify your blood
Ind rid you of all body poisons
hrough the Bowels. Only 25c at your
utes Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure.
rhe worst cases, no matter of how long standing,
bre cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porterle Antiseptic healing Il. it relieves
ain and Heats at the same time. 25c, 50c, $1.00
Toned Up Whole System.
"Chamberlain's Tablets have done
more for -me than I ever dared hope
for," writes Mrs. sther Mac Baker,
Spencerport, N. Y. "I used several
bottles of these tablets a few months
ago. They not only cured ime of bit
lous attacks, sick headaches and that
tired out feeling, but toned up my
whole system." For sale by all deal
Youi will be delighted with
our wrist watches-our' stock
embraces mnny artistic I
shapes and styles-all, of
course, in keeping with i Fash
ion's latest demands. s
You can secure a j1 kt.
solid gold watch with a flex
ible extension bracelet at a
price that will convince you
it is a particularly excellent
An exceptionally fine se
lection is offered here-see
u1s before I)uying.
SMUilim , Ao
Exptert atr Iniker
I. to 5 P. M.A
and school sulplies for all grades,
You will find everythi g noeded in
our B~ook Departmen We are pro
pared to equip every holar from one
just beginning on up to the senior at
the high school, it every book and
supply needed and at prices too, as
low, if not lower thlan anywhere else.
L A URENS. S. C.
Augustus G. Hart,
Attorney at Law
BANK OF LAURENS BLDO.
In ofilce recently occupied by John M.
Promi't attenjton-given to all business
P i e In all State Courts.
Jno.W. Ferguson C. C. Feathersbone
W B. Knight
PER ON, PEATHBRSTONE & KNiIT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
Prompt and careful attention given
OffloeOver Palmetto Bank.
The Books of the County Treasurer
will be opened for the collection of
State, County and Commutation Road
'Taxes for fiscal year, 1914, at the
TIesuirer-s Oilee from October 15th.
to Iecenmbei. 31s4t. 1911. After I)ceem
ber 31st. One per ceiI. will be added.
After Janunary 31st, two per cent will
bo added, and after February 28t.h,
s-even per (ent. will be added till the
1.3th day of March, 1915, whent the
books will he closed.
All personi owning properly In more
thaltn on1e Tow nship 110 relueted to
Call for receipts in each of the several
Townships Iin whih the property Is
located. This is important, as addition
al cost and penalty may he attached.
All able-bodied male citizens be
t ween the ages of 21 and 60 years of
ago are liable to pay a poll tax of $1.00
except Old soldiers, who are exaflhl)t
at 50 years of age. Coinmutation Roal
Tax $1.50 In lieu of road duty.
The 'Tax Levy Is as follows:
For State purposes ......6 m1ills
For Constitutional School Tax 3 mills
ForI, Ordinary County purposes 3 mills
For Interest on Railroad Bon(s 1 mill
For Rload and Bridge Bonds 1 3 mills
For Court I louse Bonds . . . . % mills
TotaU .. . .. . .6 mills
Special Schools--Laurens Township.
Laurens, No. 11 .. .. .. .. ..7 mills
Trinity-Ridge No. ........8% ill
.\MathiIn s No. 2 ..1.,.1.1.4 1mll
Narnltie No. n.. .... ......5 mills
llailey No. I..I......... mills
.\Mills No. 5 ............2 mills
Otk (rov No. t........ ..2 'mi!1s
Or1a No. 12..............1 mills
SpeIla Schools -'o'ltigs Towtsip.
Yotigas No. '-...... ..... mills
Youngs No. 2
Youngs No. I
Yoting No. . ............
Fountain lnn N 1.........1 mills
Lniford No. 10.............. 11111ills
Ora No. 12 . .Imis
Youngs No. I .Ills
Cntral No. 6 .Ills
loti.gs No. 7... mills
i~i~~.n lnil I.........4 mills
S.I No. 2mIlls
Shilt No . ......1 mills
GrayCo 't-Qw.ngs No. . . 1 mIlls
I linkAtnrc No 7....... mills
Founain nn o 31.. ....3 millIs
Mern No.8........ .....2 mIlls
Yoinls No. 4 ........... mills
SpecIal Schodfs-Duli Towshp.
Gr.ee o. . .. ........... ills
iacl:o No. 1 -.. .... ....8%.. mills
Shila SrNgs3 N.. .. .. .....4.millIs
liarku!n No. 6...... ......5 mills
liialsonhurch No 75.. .... ..4 mills
Friuntain No. 61 .~....71 mills
.reern No. ..-... .. ....2 mills
Dira No. 4 .. ........... mills
Speia Schools-Watlilon Towvnsh Il)
Mtletlo No. 14.. .. ......3. miils
PrntonalgeNo. .. .... ....4 millsq
PolarSpring No. 3.......... mills
Rabun No. 4............y, -mIlls
Cendersoinvil No. 5 . ...28 mills
Frilehp No. .\.........7 millIs
Mtreart No. 7 .. ...... mills
Merna~v No. ..--.. ........2 mills
Special Schools---Warlo l TiI ownsh il.
Watro No1 tk. 13............. mills
Mros lallge No. 1 .. ....2 mill~s
Crossm11 No. .. .. .........mills
okv ill No. 5--.-1 . ....2.. mills
Cros P1ea1an No. 5..... ..... mills
Mt.s 11111 No. 76.... .... .....5 mIlls
reody 1rove No. 3 . . ...2 mills
S'pecial Schools-Crosstem11 Townshp.
Crountvillo No. 136.. .. ....7 mills
Curo 11 No. .... ......... mills
Curo 11 No. 2.... ......2 millsi
Clion11 No. 4.... ......2 mIlls
Crosste ll No. 8... .... ....4 mills
CrdostHi No. 4 .. .... ..... mIlls
CurosHl No. 3 .. .. ....2 mills
.Special Schools-Jackse Townsip.
Ounvll No. 16 ........9 mills
H~unrtr No. 1.... ....,,..4 mills
SIadytero No. . ... .... ..4 mills
JCkto No. 3... .......... mills
Hungtro. Chrc -.. .... ..3 mills
Waseimwrt No. 41.. .... .....2 mills
Hunterd No. 10.. ... .. .... ..2 mIlls
Hrra No. 15...... ....3 mills
Scadyieoe No. 2 .. .... ..3 ills
Scuffletown No. 14........2 mills
Prompt attention wIII be0 given those
who wish to pay their Taxes thro igh
the mail by check, money ordle" .ote.
Pdrsons sending in lists of names to
be taken off are refluested to send
them early: and give the Towvnshipi of
each, as the Treasurer Is very busy
durIng the month of December.
ROSS D). YOUNG,4O
October 13, 1914 ..