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f[ORIDA WOMAN SfI
Swift Itelief from Stonach Ills Found
by Mrs, Pets of Yhor City.
Mrs. T. S'. 'Pettis of Ybor City, Fa.,
suffered for more than twenty-live
years with stomach troubles. Sh0e had
led i sede.tary life and digestive trou
She tok .layr's \VIoiderful Stomach
Remnedy and received Immediate bene
it. FSe hlam written in interesting let
ter, In which she says:
"I was almost frightened at the re
sults at first. I am delighted at the
Inprovement in my condition. I have
told many of my acqauintances of your
medicine. I was a stomach sufferer
for 26 years and this is the only rem
edy which brought results to Inc."
That same sort of experience is gen
eral among the tigers of Mayr's \Von
derful Stomach Remedy. The first
We Will C
As a Premium f<
On One Aci
Raised by any
ens County NEX'
John D. W.
charge of Contesi
Make OUR ba
N. B. DIAL, Pres.
Should Buy Your
Giroceries of Us
BECAUSE we carry best
grades for those who demand
,We cater to the "becst trade"
asB well as to thiose ini moderate cir
This is a high class storc for
For That Than
Choice Fruit Cakes, Deliciouiu
Celery, Best Quality of
Figs and Dates, Spi
Everything For The B
J. C. SHELL
Phone No. 183.
We Would Like
Order For JOB
[RS 26 YEARS
A LAST GIVEN R[[I[F
dose convinves. It is known all over
the nation because of its merit.
Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Itemedy
clears the digestive tract of mucold ic
cretions and removes poisonous mat
ter. It brings swift relief to suffer
ers froixm stomach, liver and bowel
ahlment. Many declare that it has
saved them from dangerous op)era
tions; many are sure1 It has saved thelr
We want all people who have chron
Ic stomach trouble or constipation, no
matter of how long standing, to try
one lose of Mayr's Wonderful Stom
ach Itemedy-one dose will convince
you. This- is the medicine so many
of our people have been taking with
surprising results. The most thor
ough system cleanser we ever sold.
Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy Is
now sold here by Laurens Drug Co.
and druggists everywhere.
)r the Best Yeild
e of Wheat
Farmer in Laur.
Watts will have
ik YOUR bank.
I Bank of Laurens
C. H. ROPER, Gashier
Grape Fruits, Cranberries,
laisins, Citron, Currants,
ices and Flavoring.
Lg Thanksgiving Feast.
to H ave Your Next
JOllHN W. LITTLE DEAD.
Well Known Citzen of Clinton Died
Last Tuesday Afternoon.
Clinton, Nov. 1.-John W. Little,
familiarly known by all as "Uncle
Chaney," died here at the home of his
son on Tuesday afternoon at 6 o'clock,
after a lingering illness of several
monUs. For some time his condition
had been alarming and the sad end did
not come as a surprise to the members
of the family. lie was 83 years old,
being second to the oldest citizen in
this community. Ih' was buried Wed
nesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
Duncan Creek cemetery, a large con
course of friends, as a token of esteem,
following the body to its last resting
.place. The funeral services were con
ducted with Masonic rites, and by Rev.
F. D. Jones, of the Presbyterian
church, of which the deceased recent
ly became a inenber.
"Uncle Chaney" had resided here
practically all of hils life and was fa
miliarly known and liked by a large
circle of friends and ac(iaintances. lie
was an active member of the AMasonic
lodge and a galhit soldier of the Con
federate aimy. lie married Miss Eliz.a
Little, who preceled 1im1 to the grave
several years ago, leaving three clii
dreln. Their home life was harnioll
ous an( happy an(] their friends were
always welcome to its hospitable doors.
Since tile death of his wife he has
made Ills homlie with his soni, Thomil las
It. Liitle', of tills place.
Up until a year ago lie bid always
enjoyed splendid heal th an md never
knew what it was to be sick. Ills
end was peacefil, surrounded by rel
atives and friends. He will be great
ly missed in the ioie where he lived
so long and in the community where
he was always a sympathetic friend.
A good soldier under the south's lead
ing generals, and a faithful and true
friend, lie sleeps well, leaving the ree
ord of a long and honorable life.
The deceased Is survived by two
sons-Thomas H. Little, of this city,
and J. P. Little, of Phoenix, Ariz., and
a number of grandchildren and other
TO RElOVE I EVERY
SION OF DANDRUFF
'Tr This Simple Hote Treatnent. 1
Surely Makes the Itair Soft, Fluffy
If your hl.;ir is not pretty, if it is
losing enior, too dry, matted, falling
ou1t. or if1' your scalp itches, you catn
(uliickly overcomie all of these condi
i lons5 aI a trilling Cost and only a few
mtomelilts til(e. .Just get from the
I Laurens Drug Co., or any drug couna
ter, somit atrisian Sage, a most hel p
fill anid invigorating toiIc that sup
plies every ihair' need'i it is easily ap
plied, a4olitely hmi:tless and is as
ilexpenisive ais -*tis benefleil. Im
ptovemt bii egh t 'Ith the fir.,t aimli
cation, for Par 'an 'Sage nat only
nourishes the hair roots but stimilates
your hair to grow long, thick, soft,
linfly and listrous. It immediately re
mOveS everyv bit of dandr-'uff alnd stops
M. sure to get Parisian Sage for
there is ino other so effective and tihlis
will surely give your hair Iew life
* WATIElILO() NE' WS. *
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Waterloo10. Nov. 1G. --Nhisses NI a ttle
Atkinison and .\laltile .\cFadden, teach
er's in the Waterloo high school, spent
the( week-end v'ery pleasantly' with
friendls in Mlountville.
Mr. atid Mirs. .1. C'. Smith wer'e
guests of Gr'een wood friends thiis wveek
Mir. JT. M. Bloyd, of Laurenis, spent
the week-end in Waterloo.
Mr.' and Mrs. J1. T. Garrett made an
auto tr'ip to Lowvndesville anld Abbe
ville last week.
NItrs. Lanfordi, of Woodrutff, was the
gutest this week of the family of hter
son, Mrt. Rex Lanfordi.
R1ev. W. U. Whiartoni and family, of
(Cilumbia, have returnt'ied huome after i'a
two weeks' v'isit to Nit'. W. II. Wharftont
\Vhteat and( oats Itre' being sowni ont
every3 side an our 013 el'tie ate p repar
ing to live at home.
MANY IlNEi LIVES
iitlitndreds cani polint to the uist of
ctalomel as the cause of physical de
('ay3. Its streuious (effects itpon3 liver,
kliney's andc eveni the heart ar'e knownt
to everty Irat'ieln'ig phtysiciani.
Aledical sciec'e has found a verget a
ble( compt ound that eiiminates t he
ipoisonls fr'omt the iivb ani'11d taccitutiuIa
tionis fr'om thtei bo1bls in aL safer andt
salter way tua does calomel anld
leaves 110 ill i tt -effects.
Th'lis remiiedy' the form of Gii CS
I Yt'S ibIV-VEl- ,AX is at proveni site
cess. It is for' sale int ~I:c Itndc $1.00)
bottles5 by Laurents Drutg C'o. whlo gutar
atileeOs to r'efun d pttrchaltse' tti('e If y'ou
want it. It is ailays lOptc by
Ste likeneass of I,. iK. Ilrigsby.
('olutmbiat, S. C., Nov. -1, 1 p11.
Milss WVil Loul Gray,
Laurenots, S. C.
My :Dear Miss Gray:
Allow me to thank you for' youri con
tribiution to ouri State Fair Exhibit.
Without your Cn..nnnrtinn the exhibit
would have bOn inCOmeilte. I wish
It were possible for me to know each
school, each teacher, and even each
puplil who contributed to this display,
in order that I might thank them per
sonally for their help.
The co-operation given in this un
dertaking makeu me know that there
exists in each of the 5 counties repre
wiieted a fine school spirit. Our exhibit
was purely educational and inspira
tional. lad it been otherwise, prizes
or awards of sonic kind would have
played it Important part. The beau
tLItil co-operation given, even with a
iowledge that there would be no re
lmuneration for the eflort, is unusual
Many fine comments have been made
on the display of the School I mpro% e
ment Association . by people who are
fully competent to judge. Though an
exhibit of this kind repreenCtsdi mich
timo and physical strength, yet I feel
that we should be satisfied and feel
fully repaid. The Fair Ma nagemlt
has already extended an InvitatIon io
us to place anothlier' exhibit at tIlir
niext show. If such is possible, I be
lieve it would be fully worth while to
liease arept my sinierest thaiks.
and xten dimy ap1preciationl to cach in
dividual an1d coml.11mity Who hlelped to
m11alma oir exhibit a1 success.
Alost siledrtely yours,
.lary M'va liite,
i'rs. S. C. School Imp. Ass'.ii
11 Really Ioes hte'lee liheumtiismti.
l'verybody wv ho is ailleted with
,Rlitmatism in any form should by all
Imtealls keep a1 bottle of Sloati's I1ni
meit. on han d. The mllinute you feel
paiii or soretess in a joint or muscle,
bathe it with Sloani's linicnt. Do not
rub it. Sloant's penetravs almost 1it
mediately right to Lit eat of pain, re
lieving the hot, te er, swollen feel
Ing and makink1TIe part easy and
comportable. . bt a bottle of Sloan's
Liniment for 25 cents of any druggist
and have it in the liouse-against'colds
sore and swollen joints, rheumatism,
neuralgia, sciatica and like ailments.
Your money back if not satisfied, but
it does give allmost instant relief.
OlREENVILLE POSTIUSTERS lI P.
Choice Narowed Down to Two or
Three Aipplicants. No Primiary.
Washington, Nov. 13.--RepresenIa
tive .Tohnson stated today, ia re
spolse to an iijutry as to his recoim -
mniiiidalloin for postmaster at Green
Ville. that whie Ito had not tactually
made tip his mtintd on .1an1 one canidi
(ttle, lie ias givent the tatter coi
siderable attellnton1. aid has narrowed
lie list dowl to three or four, onle of
whoimi lie wilI iecoiienid for ai
Illntmen t. Whiei informed that it
was reported in Greenville that there
,iight he additionial enitries, .\r. Johnit
sou said tat this WouldI be useless,
so far as I his choice is concerned, be
cause lie has decided to iamte onie of
r.oI liore Ithan four applican ts already
in the field.
"I hope there woni 't he aniy uiseless
excitemleit t about this matte'," said
.\lr. .Ioihntson1. "TIhiere isn'. t any' itse
for 25.0001 ipeopile to be wrouighit til
eeneei'inIig a postiaster I whiiii I 1ey
tnever have any13 dlealings wvtith andi
never see', !lratic'ally. ini his otliotial
ca'pacity. Thec (lealinigs thiat the Pubh
lic have with ithle luostofle areo
throuigh thle assistan lt postmai~ster' andu
the, clerks in the office, and the dtie ls
of' the ipost master arle with the de
partient in WVasinugton almIuost. ex
cl usi vely3.
"There are sever'al applicants for
the plostmiaster'shtip at G reenville.
The termi of tihe pre'senit 1postmaster ex
pir'es shortly af'ter Chrtistmas. it Is
my puripose to recommnend t~o the pr'es
idenit thle apipointmtent of onte of abott
thriee of thle canididal~tes alr'eadiy ini the
field, thiouigh just whichl one I have ntot
exactly dee lded'. The recommiiienda tion
will prtobaly lbe miade befIore thle
Chr'istmtas rec'ess of conigress, wich1
convenes oin l)ecember ilt.
"I cani only3 say' thlat if myi3 r'ecomi
mienidatioin is necdepted 11y the 11ost
master geiieral and th1 le presiden('t,
Greenville will have a caplable andh ef
ficient post master, as site has at tie
plresenit time. T1hatt is the imlportanit
thinig, as I hook at it."
Meceting ofI W. 3. l'.
The <trterly' mieetinag of the leirst
Divislon of the W. .ir. of tile 'bait
r'ens I ll ist asso'itionbi, will mteet
with liethany clhurchel November 21ist.
This is the mueetling wh ich was to have
bteen held ini Oct oben. The prtogrami
anntouncied fot' the Octob1er iieeting
will be eartledl(i outat tiie tieet!ig oni
lauy itt Green l'ond.
will be lre(seted~t by (ray ('our t ltcl~t
tailet at Green'oind schlool next Sat
utrday unight thle 21ist. The liay is lit
ig giveni for the benielit. (It te new
school hioiuse att Graty Coiirlt, it is a
del igit Lful little coimedy anid withi thle
fine G ray Couirt t alentt that Is InkIng
part. it. is ceirtaln to be moitst entertalit
ing. The admission fee is only 15
cents and everybody Is cordially invit
ed to enm0ou naiid enjov Ilinmanlve.
At Trinity-RIdge School.
The lyceum for Trinity-Ridge school
announced in Wednesday's paper was
p)Ostponed until Saturday night, Nov.
21. The Laurens quartette will give
one of its best programs. Tle tpublic
is cordially hvited to attend. The la
dies will serve oysters and cream for
tihe benefit of tihe luim l0valn su[feretrs.
Price for the concert will be 1.5 cents.
Dxter I-:lledge I improving.
Mir. 1)exter Miledge, who has beent
(lIlite sick att his homt niIear Wa I'r
Shoals for' sleveral weeks, is uinder
stood to be iproving ater a seriouts
relapse somi Him. ago. Ills friitmis
wisi for him an early and complete
CHl~tilESToN & WESTl':IN CA110.
LINA WitLWAY COMPANY.
(EYective Octoier 11, 1914)
The follow duemrttir. or trains i'romn
Union Station, Laurens are given as
inforniation am (lare ttot gartatn teed.
S:20 A 31 --No. 2. 1)ily for Augtnstt.
8:25 A .\ --No. 7. IDaily for Sirt an
2:25 1P l --No 1. ):ily for Si lmrtan
1::; 11 M .\ No. 1. D~aily for Au"'usta.
N: 10) A M. No. 51. Ihily forcGee
2:10 ' .\ --No. 52. i:Mliy for ireen
S: IS 1M ---No. 55. Daily for Creen.
General P'assentger Agent.
829 llroa! way. Augusta, Ga.
1estt Cough .(edicine for Chilidren.
"h'llree yeats ago when I was living
in Pittsburgh one of my children had
a hard cold and coughed dreadfully.
Upon the ativice of a druggist I pur
chased a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and it benefited him at
once. I find it the best cough medicine
for children because it is pleasant to
take. They do not object to taking it,"
writes Mrs. Lafayette Tuck, Homer
City, Pa. This remedy contains no
opium or other narcotic, and may be
given to a child as confidently as to
atn adult. Sokl by all dealers.
CHANGES IN SCHEDULES OF
CH A RLESTON & WESTERUN CAOltI.
On account. of present conditions
and falling olY in business, Charleston
& Western C'ardinta .aallwai ny i haVe
found it nlecessary to mak11le the follow.
Ing ciaineIts in their imssenger sheled.
iles efeethe Seplember 20. 114t.
Train No. 41 lWial Ing A ugusta at 5:30
.1. H. andl Train No. 4.' arriving An
gusta 5:17 '. .1., iill le discontitned
betweent Augnsta and Allendale, anmd
ivill rIun1 dily, except Sitiutdy, bet weent
Adiletidatle an11d Port loyil.
Trains Nos. 17 ant ". will be put onl
Sunday only, betir Yemissee atid
Port. Royal; No, 48 teving Yemassee 9
A. 31., No. 17 leaving Port R oyal 1:15
Trains Nos. - and 6 between A ugusta
and Anderson ivill be discontinued.
Train No. I will leave Augusta a
10:35 A. 31., iusteid of 11 A. 31. m..a.k
Ing 'locil Stops b11 -etcent .1uglsta anttd
(Vreen wood, excin t BoInir. hetweeil
(11reeniwood atl Spartiniurg. at ('o.
nalco, L aurensii, r no ree anid Woodru ni Y.
Will connt~ect at 3ie( 'oric ik fotr Anuder.
son, Itrmrh-ln'. Andiuerson :i:10 P. 31.
Tlrin i No. -iI ill leave Spat'rtnbur'g
2:20 P. 31., uirriv ing Augutsta 7:15 P.
3M. WillI stotj it 1 Woodrl't Y, E norce, Li a u.
rents, Waiterlioo. (hreenwoo and( 11( local
sltltis fr'omt t(ireewood to . Augusta,
Tr'ui~ n .s o. (6 will dleave Attdersoni 7 :30
A. 31.. aurrivinie M1e'ormilek 10:05, cotn.
nectinig 'with No. 2 for: Augusta1.
lixed Train N o. 22, daily except
Sunday will leave Anderson 1:10t P.
M., airrivling 3iei'ormuick at 5:05 P. 31.,
conntin'tfg with. No. 4 for A ugustat.
Trailn No. S ill leave , ormtlek at
12:30 P. 31., arriviing Andt~erson :i:10
P'. M!., conntetintg wlith Traitn No. I
Train No. 21, imixed trtait, dali3 ex.
'epi tittunday, will deni e 31et 'ornmick
5:30 A. 31.. arriving Ander'son 10 A1. 31.
Th'ie . i utiman P'ar'ior ('air bet weent
Autgu'sta andii A shey ille, via Spar'tani.
b~t~urgland Sothern''I liiy. Ott Tralits
Ier SeptemiIeir 20thI.
Of her si bt'11 cnges ill e ade.
Undertakers and Embalmers
Call. answered any he'urs, day or nightt.
LAURlENS, S. C.
DR. OLIFTON JONES
Phone: Otlreo No. 86; Residence 219
B. R. TODD
EngineerIng and Contracting
Land Surveys a Spieciailty
am~erete W~ork Skillfully done or Ila
Drawings and estinmates of alf Kind
Telephone No. 346
Laurens. S. C.
The Books of the County Treasurer
Will be opened for the collection of
State, County and ConintLtatio ll Road
Taxes for liseal year, 1914. at the
Tireasuirer's O1ice from October 15th.
to Deceimer 31st, 1914. After 'Decem
ber 31st. one per cent will ie added.
After .January 3ist, two per cent- will
lie addel, 11( after Flebruary 28th,
s evel per cent. will be added till the
15th day of March, 1915, whenh the
books will 1be closed.
All persons owning property in more
than ono Towliship ale reqnested to
call for receipts iIn each of the several
Tow nships ill which thle property is
located. This is ilillortatli, as addition
aI co.-t and ieialty may lie attached.
All able-bodied I Inle (itizens be
tw 'i the ages of 21 and 60 years of
age are liable to pay a poll tax of' $1.00
exceit ol( soldiers, who are exomhpt
it 50J years of a1ge. 'omm1III utation I toad
Tax $1.50 in lieu of road duly.
The Tax Levy is as follows:
lo1ri Slate purposts ...... 6 zm Ills
l"or Constiltutional School Tax 3 mills
l"o' Ordinary Conllity purpos s :, 3 mills
l'or Interest on italiroad Iloads 1 mil
F'or Rloal and Iliridge IonlIs 3 nillIs
'or Cot' o t I louse Bonds 2'.... mills
Total . . ... . .16% mills
SLec iil S chools --1rn Township.
I ureii s No. 11 7. . .. . ..7 mills
Trinity-Rtidge No. ,,... .81 ills
iatildens No. 2 .. ..... . ..4 m1ill
Narnie No. : ... ..5 m11.lls
Isailey No. 4 .. .. . . . ills
Mills No. 5 . 2 illIs
Oak Grov' No. 6 . 2 miIls
Ora No. 12 . .. lls
Nalial Schools --Youligs Townsiilp.
Youngs No. : ... .. .. .. ..2 mills
Youngs No. 2 ..........4 mills
Youngs No, .1 ..... ....4 mills
Youngs No. 5 -...... .. .. mills
lountain ]il No. 311...... .11 mIlls
Lanford No. 10 .. ..,... .6' mills
Ora No. 12 -. -.... .., ....4 mills
Youngs No. 1 ........... 3 mIlls
Central No. 6 ............2 mills
Youngs No. 7 ...........8 mills
'pecial Schools-Dials Township.
Green Pond No, 1.. .. ......4 mills
Dials No. 2 .. .. ........81/2 mills
Shliloh No. 3 -........ ..4 mills
Gray Court-Owings No. 5 ..8%/, mills
Barksdale No. 6 .. .. .. .. ..5 mills
Dials Church No. 7 .. .. . . . .I mils
Fountain Inn No. 311 . i.....11 mIlls
Merna No. 8 .......... ..2 mills
Dials No. 4' ............1 mills
Special Schos-Sulli vani Townshin
Mt. lethel No. 2 .. ........3 mills
P'laceton No. 1 ........ ..4 mills
Poplar Springs No .. .. i mills
Sullivan No. 17 . . . !. : . t ills
lirewerton No. i .. ........3 mills
Suilliva n Township It It Ilonds 3 millIs
%erna No. S ..............2 imills
F-pecial1 Schools-W%aterloo Township.
W aterloo No. 1 .. .. .. .. . ..I I lls
.\lt. Gallagher No, .. .. .. .; mills
Plet hl lelhnm No. 2 ...... 2 ilills
0koin No. : . .. .. . .. 1 mills
Centerpoint No. I.. .... ..2 mills
Oakvile No. 5 ...... ...... mills
Mt. Pleasant No. 6 ..... .2 mills
Mt. Olive No. 7 ............5 mills
Reedy Grove No. 8 ........2 inills
Special Schools-Cross 11111 Township
Cross Hill No. 13 .. .... ..7 mills
Cross Ihill No. 1 ..........2 mills
Cross 11111 No. 2 ...,. 2 mills
Crost; 11111 No. .1 .. .. .. .. ..2 mills
Cross 1 lill No. 5 . . .. .. . . . .4I mills
(Closs 11111 No. Ii. .. .. . . 3 mills
C'ross 11111 No..3.. .. .. .. ..2 mills
SliecialI School s--IIluniter TownmshiIp.
.\lount viIle No. 0 .. .......9 mills
I Intier No. 2 .. .... ..,. ..I mills
Clinton No. 5 ...............mills
Illunter' No. S...............3 mill~s
Wadlsworth No. '1. ..... .. .2 mIlls
hlunter No. 1I...... .......2 mill~s
Special Schools-J-.acks TownshIp.
Odells No, 6 ........ .....3 mill~s
IIur'ricane No. 15 ...........3 mill~s
Shady Girove No. 2 .. ........3 mIlls
.Jacks No, 3 .... ...........5 mills
specli Schools-Scuflletown TownshIp
Langston Church No, 3 .....3 mill~s
Scuflletown No. 1 ..... .....2 miMs
Lan ford No, 10.. .........6% millis
Ora No. 12 .... ...... ....4 mills
Seulfilet own No. 2.........4 .m11111
Seuflletown No. 4 .. .........4 mill~s
Pr'omplt attenition will lie given tho~se
wh'lo wishi to pay theIr Taxes thro~ Igh
the mail by cheek, monley orde" .e't'.
Perisons sending in lIsts of names to
bie taken off arie reqluestedl to senld
thlem early; and give the Township >f
eachl, as the Treasurer is very buisy
du11ring thle mon'th of D~ec'emh-br'.
itOSS 1'. YOU'NG.
Octobier' 13, 1911.---td.
CHIH ETERS PILLS
, Andli t Atik your lDruirgit fr
4 li 'h i .ch t'r's niamund Iirnud
Ill in lied Ont 41;old metlc
.-, .> s scail t wah lnue RDI iton.
. @iiLO Takun nih-r. Huay of onu,
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will pratIice in all State Cemt I.
promupt atdt entioin given to all business
IJ. S. WILLARD
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.