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The Active Principle of a
- Famous Remedy Works
3any people have marveled the wny
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pitatutJi ont Is tlte Cnet uit 4. .. 8 . works
in thie Ilood uanil tll, biliol Is rieally a most
:1ntricate nnd extriortllary rnass of arteries
When you cml 1 r1nt:01 that Ihe skin
n l 1!, 1lsh wn.:fhi :t rt coilu posel of ax
net work of tiny bloed vessels you stolve the
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(011111 if1 l it act all 411on 5 as .\dllin i
istratoh r of th'. esllate of1 C. 1-l. Branlilett,
dec I -di i - omee of ihe .Iinge of
Prbae ofs I.'unenlis ca: ly aW 1I
o'clock ;I. Iln.. : ldl [ on the a41 RIn dlay
will ppyfor a finial lischare frlolin
My trsi s a1 s .\dint ills it
Any 1werson indebtedl to sabll estate
art! notified ar..d rlillnred to niaaie pay
ment on ihlat, da.te,; ai1d1l eroi
having claiiim. against ,:aid es*tt will
presenit. them*, onf or befor-e said1dai,
duly pioven, or1 he forevetr bared.
W. E. URAMILETT,
"CIIlST.1lAS HOLIDAY RATES."
The Chtrleston & Western Carolina
Ry. will sell cheap Excutrsion t.iclOts
account of the holidays. Tickets ton
sale Dec. 16th to 25th Inc., Dee. 21,
1914 anI Jan. 1st, l'115. Fbial lImit
Jan. 6t'i, 1915. For rates, etc., apply
to tjeket agemrt, or Ernest WIlliaius,
General Passenger Agent, Augulsa,
B. R. TODD
Einglaeag ad Coatraeting
Land Surveys a Speclafty
..mnerete Work SkJliulUy done er is
Drawings and estimates of all ind
Telephone No. 346
N. B. DIAL A. C. Tonn
DIAL & TODD
Attornecys at Law
Enterprise Biank Buildinig, l.anrens, S.C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Mono) to loan on Real Estate--Lons
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
People's Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
Augustus G. Hart,
Attorney at Law
BIANK( OF LAURIENS ItLDO,.
.En ofce recently occupied by John 31.
Prompt attention given to all business
Practice In all State Courts.
J. S. WILLARD
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co,,
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
/Will practice in all State Courts.
prompt attention givonto all busine.
Whenever You Need a General Tonk,
T1he Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic propertiesof QUININE~
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drive.s
eut Malaria, Itnrichtes tihe Blood and
.$uflds up the Whole System. 50 Cents.
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munity have lost their Irish potatoes
which were stored,by the recent cold
weather-think those which were left
in the ground are also ruined.
Our school will have a Christmas
tree Wednesday eveninm, Dec. /23rd.
Mr. J. J. lanly has gone to Columbia
Mr. Jess Glenn of the U. S. Army,
stationed in Rhode Island, is visiting lin
Mr. . I. Glenn received a rabbit
scalp recently which mecasured'about
9 or 10 inches from tip to tip of the
ears. . It was sent by Mr'. Glenn's
neplihew, Mr. Rastas Glenn of the U.
S. army, who is now In Texas.
Mr. Robt. Stewart of Lanford recent
ly killed a hog which weighed Z-48 lb
at 10 months and 2 days old. Tlat Is
the ilnest hog we have heard of be
ing killed in this country this fall
Let us hear from some1 one else.
Mr. Clyde Glenn was right badly bit
by a (log belonging to Mr. Irving Ow
ens, last Friday.
Mr. T. W. Canady of Gray Court was
inl this section on business one day
Not witistaidilng tile cry of "hard
imes" lanid is ibeiiig sold in this svc
ionl at fair prices.
Two spenaato simlll I tr Iac't s Wri'1
soll hist wek at $0 111(1 $100 po
We wvish the editor. and hlis ssst
ats also the COrreSPondents a .\erry
Christlias-aid liappy Ne- Yeir.
DiAl1s, Dee. 41.--Ilere's to wishjin.L
(ltn vditor. and f(I-or . .\lrry Christ
1111s 111( bright New YNa .
\It. Saim Curry was a visitor tI
G iriewood last w(ek.
Tefollowing-., youing ldies; ar1e it
lomi for tile 'olidatys: .\isses Marie
and Jewel Curry, from lane.amd
Miss Cecil Owings, froi Chicora,
while Miss -lileeni Curry is expe'toil
to arrive tile 2:,.I'd froi Piedmont -0.
lege, Deiiorest, Ga.
's. W. S. Dolt 1n(d chilireni, or
I leidersoniville, silent Friday night anil
Saturday3 wit'h -Mrs. J. R. Brownvlee anda
MrIts. Wml. Gray and chlildrenl.of Gray
Court were the guests of Mrs. 1. S,
irooks Friday Iight.
lr. ). D. Brownlee and little
nephiews Timn and Jack MRt, were
business visitors in Simp1sonville Sat
Mrs. Sam 1L. Curry entertained th<
Ladies Aid Society Tuesday afternoon.
The time was P'keasantly spent by all
At the conclusion of the business pro
grain a delicious sweot course wao
served by the homtess. Those preseni
were Mesdames Festus Curry, Neenit
Owings, John Thumason, Rosa Meeks
and Misses Fannie Brownlee, and Sute
Miss Lur*ee Abevierombie was ir
Laurens Saturday representing th(
The school here dismissed Friday foi
a holiday of two weeks. The teachers
.Mr. Hunter, :and Miss 'Wright leaving
for their resiective homes.
The inf.nt child of Alr'. anid Mrs
V'anl lldei' o1 the Siloh3 section, war
buriied ini the cemt Ieriy hiere Sait urd(a3
'ondul1ct ed byi thet Retv, 'T. WtX. Alusnner
H a irmony, D~ec. I .19. ftler a good
long sileice I will triy to wr iite a1 litt Ic
thiis ev1enin ag. I am so glad the pr'ohi-[
hitio 10mlovemnent Is being agItated and
J 13 m0 glad it is to be launched at i
time when~ tihe inistryi andi the chur'ci
will not be accused of taking stock ii1
130o1iies. Whlisikey beinug a moral evil
it shld~i lbe the (duty of every Chris
tian 10 do all hie or' she can1 to drlvc
ilie cursed stuff away from us and
wh-ieni thle state of Soth l Caraol Iiia lie
comles at dr y state the national la ws
shld~~i heal arraniged so lhat none of thic
stuff cold he shtlied Into thuis stale
'We get oiur same pre'tacher', W. A
Lamar,1 i back here for thie niext eoltfer'
i'nl(e yearI. We ale gladl to have himn
agaIn. I I tink the ('hurch('l and1 comn
mii11ty at laruge Ie well pleased as hc
is very muchel lIked by all.
Mr. Otis I lughes andi brIde, of Gr'een.
V'ille, were among homefolks all last
Ml's. .Jlhn Posey, of Greenville, is at
her father's huome, Mir. John WV. Simp
son, very sick at this writing. Her
many friends are very anxious for hex
Sonme of our citizens attended the
prohibition meeting at Laurens last
Santa Claus must be far away from
home. Not even 'the chiildren ever men
tion his name.
'He may make his appear'ance next
week. The poor old fellow must be
badly crip~pled by the great war in the
east. The many little children evei'y..
where wviil be glad if he is in the hos
pital, that he wvill be able to get out
beforo Chi'istmas. Hie may be bus143
wvaiting on the children in Blelgium
wheCre they need it most.
Wishing The Advertiser and all its
readers a Me-ry Christmas.
Shilohi, Dec. 21--Miss Desie and Jen
nie Owings and little b roth~er, Houston
were the guests of Mr. and uMs Pnk
icy Hellams a few days last week.
Mrs. Boyce Wolff, of Mississippi, is
staying awhile with Mr. and Mirs. Jolin
Thursday afternoon Mr. Jot flbh,-ans
and Aliss Lucy Boozer were halppily
married at the home of the bride's par
ertes, M1r. and Mrs. Boozer. Til groom
is a prosperous young farmer 01' tuhs
section and the brido is a charming
young lady of Greenwood section.
After a short illness, the little son
of Mr. and Mrs. Van Holdei', died
Thursday morning at three o'clock and
was' laid to rest at Dials cemetery
Saturday at eleven o'clock.
Mr. Bone Jamerson of Pelzer was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hen
Otur entertainment at Shiloli Friday
night was carried out and was enjoyed
.lr. Willie Irvin had as his guest
a few days last week i. 1ills and Mir.
North Carolina Considering a Cl: nge.
in 'rentm1ent of Conlet il'iblenl..
Raleigh, N. C., Dee. 1-No '.h
Carolina is ill tihe tih roes of a gr, .
prisonl reform : itation. ill every
sectioll of ihe a te tlie leaders of the
political pairties are asking for legis
Ia tion lookilag towa rd tii bette'rient
of the present systeill. Thre ial t Io laive
been uiy eIjIlests comlling from dif'
felit cities in the State, asking for
Foremnost ill tllis, canlupaIign, 1s the
Carolina l'risonlers' .\id Society, wski
lig for the following legislation:
T'ihat a law be passed giving tlh
wives and clildlen of prisoniers emto
ployed by the st:te or counay at hard
labor $15 a inoliith, this mliolley to hi
iaid out of the earnings of thle Col
'i'lat a law he passed prohi I biting
any judge( or justieC of' the lieace fron
sending a boy, white or colored, to the
That a law be passed giving the
convict the right to aply to some re
sponsible citizen of his county, after
completing one-third of his sentence,
for parole, the parole to be granted
ulpon the recommendation of the citi
zen who Is willing to be responsible
and give him permanent employment.
"So far this movement has received
the indorsement of the leading men
of the State and has icen advocated
very strongly in all of the newspapers.
There is reason to believe the next
legislature will pass these statutes,"
says A. G. Springier, president of the
THREE KINGS CONFER.
Xings .of Norway, Sweden and Den
mark Forme Coalition for Mutual
Stockholm, Dec. 20.-King Chris
tian of Denmark, King Gustave of
Sweden and King Haakon of Norway,
who, with their foreign ministers,
were in conference at Malmoe Friday
andl Saturday over a oin to combine
their respective interests (luring the
war, hav.e reached an agreement on
tihe special questions raised. An otill
cial communication isaned-here today
Iouitli ned the pr'oceedinugs substantially13
''The meeting w'as inaugutratedl with
a speech by King Gulstave w'ho allud
ed to thet unlanimnous desire of tihe
kingdoms of tile north to preser've neul
tr'ality and pointed to the desirability
of limited cooperation bet ween the
kingdoms~ as a safeguard to their
common interests, lHe said he wvas
impllressedI with a deep sense of the
r'esponsibility' whlich would be incur
r'ed if any1 measutre whichI wvould con
tribulte to tihe welf'are of tihe three
peoples we-re neglected.
"King Hlaakon and IKng Christian
replied, testifying to their-sincere joy
at. the iniltiative of King Gustave in
eajIling t he coilfe'ence and1( e)xpressing
hIoIp thlat it would have happy r'eslts.
"Th'Ie dliberaZtionls c'onsolidated the
good r'elaltions amn)1g tile thlree king
dlomS and also enabled atn agreement
to be r'eached Onl the speeial questions
r'aisedl. It was finally agreedl to purt
site the cooperation so baldly begun
und to arrange, when circumstances
shouldl occulr, for fresh meeting0 be
twveen representatives of the three
*Honor Roll Cross H1il1 School. *
First Grade: Horace McSwain, Helen
Griffin, Margaret Rasor, Lorine Cole
Second Grade: Glady5 Thompson,
George Kiugh, Harry Rlopp, Miller
Leaman, Wilbur White.
Third Grade: Vera Lowe, Calhoun
Pinson, Workman Rlopp, Mtarion Boyce.
Fourth Grade: Alma Coleman, John-.
Iella Austin, Lola Boyce.
IFifth Grade:- Anna Bell 1Hi11, Laura
King, Sarah Dukes.
Seventh Gr'ade: Emmnna J. :Dial, Nell
H111l, Eliso Nance, Sarahl Corley, B. R.
Austin, Jack WVillcutt, .John Watts.
'Eighth Grade: Burrows Hill, Jake
Rlasor, Eleanor' Dial..
Ninth Grade: Lillian Mtartin.,
'loath Grade: Simmons Pinson, Alec
Brown, Georgre Martnn,tdy rifi.
, wfi w
Drop in with, or Mail.
your architect's plans and builder's list,
and let us figure "ith you on a complett
You will be jurprised and pleased. Our stock
is so complkce and varied, you can easily satisfy
yonrself on th: most particular and exabting
Controlelng the manufacture of qur enire out
put as we do, from stump through our own saw and
planing milk to the ftiushed product, we furnish
mill wvork and interior finish that is of the highiest
Compl'Ae house bills our specialky.
"Buy of /. Maker"
Sash, Doors, AUGUSTA LUMBER CO.
Blinds, EIc AUGUSTA. GA.
We have placed on our shelves and counters
full lines of goods adopted for the approaching
season's wear, where quality and price is uniform.
They embrace in part a full line of Silks, Dress
flbrics in 'pain colors, also in variegated blending
of shades in plaid effects. g
Special value in-Hosiery and Underwear.
All standard. domestic goods at lowest prices.
The very latest in Ladies neckwear.
Many are looking with alai m at the wave of
rposperity receding. Swift and unexpected
changes have taken place in the commercial world
in recent months. Europe for the present has
dethroned King Cotton, but this fibre has lost
none of its intrinsic value.' in the manufacturing
world and will retain first placc among textiLe
Rayo Makes Reading
T Efull mellow glow of the Rayo Lamp rests
.l oreyes and makes reading a pleasure. The
absence of glare and harshness will be a distinct relief
to you. It is this quality that causes scientists to
recommend the soft light of the oil lamp. The
L1~)4)LAMP is the higest point of ,e,.
fection in oil lamps. No glare, no flicker, correct
light always. .
Rayo Lamps are casy to light and care for. Inex.
pensiva-yat the best' light at any price.
Your dealer will be glad to show you the Rayo.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
weektIet...D P.C. (NE W JERSEY) Char5ot. N. C.
"ni.2.'&. BAI./F1MORE cc- . Ycve
We Would Like to Have Your Next
Order For JOB PRINTING, How
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
Treasurer's Ofilce from October 15th.
to December 31st, 1914. After Decem
ber 31st. one per cent will be added.
After 'January 31st, two per cent- will
be added, and after February 28th,
seven' per cent. will be. added till the
15th day of March, 1915, 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 citizepis be
tween the ages of 21 and 60 years of
age are liable to pay a poll tax Qf $1.00
excot old soldiers, who are exempt
at 00 years of age. Commutation Road'
Tax $1.50 in lieu of road duty.
The Tax Lovy is as follows:
For State purposes .........6 mills
For Constitutional School Tax 3 mills
For Ordinary County purposes .3 mills
For Interest on Railroad Bonds 1 mill
For Ioad and Ulidge Bonds 3 mills
Lor Court flouse Bonds .. ..% mills.
Total . ..........11 ills
Special Schools--Lau rens Townsh ip.
,Laurens No. I1.. ........7 mills.
Trinity-Ridge No. 1 ......8%. mills
Maddens No. 2 ..... ....4 mills
Narnle No. 3......... ..5 mills
lailey No. .1.-.-........4 mills
Mills No. 5 --. ........2 mills
Oak Grove No. 6 - .. .. .2 mills
Ora No. 12.. ---......... mills
Ppeblal Sehools-Your1gs 'I ownship.
Youngs No. .... ........2 mills
Youngs No. 2--........4 mills
Youngs No. 4. . --... ...I mills1
Youngs No. 5--..........- mills
Fountai Inn . jo. 31.. ....1I mills
Lanford No. 10-........6% mills.
Ora No. 12 -.- --...... .1 ms
Youngs No. I.-...........3 mills
Central No. 6 -..........2 mills.
Youngs No. 7 .--........8 mills
Special Schools-Dials Township.
Green Pond No. 1 ..... ....4 mills
Dials No. 2 ---........8% mills
Shiloh No. 3 ---........4 mills.
Gray Court-Owings No. 5 ..8%, mills,
BarksdalqNo. 6 .. .. .. .. ..5 mills.
Dials Church No. 7 .. .. .. ..4 mills
Fountain Inn No. 3B ......11 mills
Merna No. 8 ............2 mills
Dials No. 4 ...... ..4... mills
Special Schools-Sullivan Township
Mt. Bethel No. 2 ..........3 mills
Princeton No. 1 ..........4 mills
Poplar Springs No. 3 ......4 mills
Sullivan No. 17 .........81% mills
Brewerton No. 7 ... .. ....3 mills
Sullivan Township R R Bonds 3 mills.
Merna No. 8 .............2 mills.
Special Schools-Waterloo Township.
Waterloo N., 14 .. .. .. .. ...4 mills
Mt. Gallagher No. 1 ........6 mills
Bethlehem No. 9 . ... ..2 mills
Ekom No. 3 -..........4 mills
Centerpoint No. 4 ...... ..2 mills
Oakville No. 5 ...... ..3 mills
Mt. Pleasant No. 6 ........2 .mills
Mt. Olive No. 7 ............5 mills.
Reedy Grove No. 8 ........2 mills.
Special Schools-Cross Hill Township.
Cross Hill No. 13 ...... ..7 mills.
Cross Hill No. 1 ..........2 mills.
Cross 1111 No. 2..........2 mills.
Cross Hill1 No. 4 .... .......2 millse
Cross Hill No. 5 .... .......4 mills
Cross 11111 No. 6 .. .... .....3 mills.
Cross H1il1 No. 3 .... .......2 rhilhls
Special Schools-Hlunter. Township.
Mountville No. 160........ ..9 miljs
Hunter No. 2 ..........,..'.4. mills.
Hunter No. 3 .... .........4 millq~
Clinton No. 5 .... .........0 mill.
Hlunter' No. 8 .. .........3 mills.
Wadswvorth No. 4 .... .......2 mills.
Hunter No. 1 .... .........2 mills
Special Schools-Jacks Township.
Odells 'No. 6.-.. .........3 mills.
Hurricane No. 15 .... .......3 mills.
Shady Grove No. 2 ... . ...3 mills,
Jacks No. 3.--...... ......5 mills.
ipecial Schools--Scuffletown. Township.
Langston Church No. 3 .. .....3 mills.
Scufiletown No. 1 .. .... ..2-mls.
I~anford No. 10 .. .. .. .....% mills
Ora No. 12.--.-............4 mills,
ScufleownNo. 2 .. ....... ipitig.
Scufiletown No. 4 .. .........4 mills.
Prompt attention wili be given those;
who wish to pay their Taxes thro igh
the mail by check, money orde"~ .ote.
P.ersons sending in lists of'names to
be taken oft are requested to send
them early; and give the Towvnship) of
eachmy as the Treasurer in very busyr
during the month of December.
ROSS D. YOUNG,
October 18, 1914.-td,.
NOTICE OF ANN~UAL MEETING OF
BOARtD OF COUNTY COMMIS..
Notice is hereby given that the next
annual meeting of the Board of
County Commisisoners of Laurens
County will be holden at Laurens, S.
C., on Thursday the 7th day of Janu-.
ary, A. D. 1915, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
All persons holding claims of any'
kind against the county, not previous
ly presented; Will file same with J. D.
Mock. C0ptrk, on or before the first d'ay
of Janmt ry, 1915,
J. D, MOCK,
Laurens, S. C., lr.
Dec. 10th, 1914.--4t
Notice to Executors; Etc
Executors, Ad'minstrators, Trus
tees and Guardians are hereby notifledi
that the- time for making their annu
ml retur'es begins With the first day of
January'of e'ach yr.
0 . 0. THOMPSON,
De. 1, 1914.-i mo. . iteJdg.