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The Books of the County Tronurer
will be opened for the collection of
State, County and Commutation Road
Taxes for fiscal year, 1914, at the
Treasurer's-Oilco 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
thanl one Township iare requested to
call for receipts in each of the several
Townships in which the property iF
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 60 year's of
age are liable to pay a poll tax of $1.00
except old soldiers, who are exompt
at 50 years of age. Commutation lioad
Tax $1.50 in lieu of roai duty.
Tho 'Tax Levy is as follows:
For State purposes..... . 6 millh
For Constiitutional S'chool-Tax 3 mullh
For Ordinamlry County putlrposes :3 mills
For Interest on Railroad Bonds 1 mill
For Road and Bridge 1onds 3 mills
For Court House Bonds . i. . mIlls
Total. . ......% mills
Special Schools-Lanurens Township.
LIaurens No. It ...... ..7 m11s
iiLL ity-lidge No. 1 .. ..8. mills
Maddens No. 2 ..-......4 miils
Narnie No. :3 ........ ..5 mills
lHalley No. 4 ......... 1 li
.\Mills No. 5 ............'2 mills
Oak Gove No. 6.-.-......2 'mills
/Ora 'No. .2........... 111111:
ecial SCIooiS-Yontgs ' oWn1sh1ip.
Yollllgs No.............9 jjjllls
Youmngs No. 2. --... ..4..4 mills
Yotings No. 4 -- ....... A1 mills
Young' No. 5 - . .. ... mills
Fountain inn No. 313 ......1t mills
Lanford No. 10 - -........% mills
Ora No. 12 -.-.-.-.--.-.- .....1 mills
Youngs No. 1 . -........3 mills
Central No. 6 .-.........2 mills
Ivungs No. 7 --........8 mills
Special Schools-Dials Townslip.
Green Pond No. 1 ..........4 mills
Dials No. 2----.. .. .. ..8% mili
Shiloh No. 3 -...--.... ..4 mills
Gray Court-Owings No. 5 ..81a mills
Barksdale No. 6 .. .. .. .. ..5 mills
Dials Church No. 7 .. .. .. ..4 ml.is
Fountain Inn No. 3B ......11 mills
Merna No. 8 .-.-...... ..2 mills
Dials No. 4 --.-.... ....4 mills
'N 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 No. 14 .... .. ... ..4 mills
Mt. Gallagher No. 1 ........6 mills
Bethlehem No. 2 .... ..2 mills
Ekom No. 3 -..........4 mills
Centerpoint No. 4 ........2 mills
Oakvilie 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 1111 No. 13 .. .. .. ..7 mills
Cross Hill1 No. 1 .... .......2 mills
Cross H111l No. 2 .... .......2 mills
Cross Hil11 No. 4 .... .......2 mills
Cross Hill No. 5 .... .......4 mills
Cross 1U1ll No. 6 .... .......3 -mills
Cross Hill1 No. 3 .... .......2 mills
Special Schools--Hunter Township.
Mountvillo No. 16 .. .......9 mills
Hunter No. 2 .. ...........4 mills
Hunter No. 3 .............4 mills
Clinton No. 5.... ........6 mills
Hunter No. 8 ............3 mills
Wadsworth No. 4.. .... ....2 mills
Hunter No. 1 .. .... .......2 mills
*SpecIal Schools--Jacks Township.
Odells No. 6 .. ...........3 mills
Hurricane No. 156.... .......3 mills
Shady Grove No. 2 .. ........ills
Jacks No. 3 .... ........ .,5. mills
,pecial Schloois-Scufiletowvn Thwnshlip
Langston Churchl No. 3 .. ..3 mills
Scuflectown No. 1 ...........2 mn!!ls
Lanfordl No. 10 ........ ... mills
Ora No. 12 .... ...........4 ,mills
Scu1Tletown No. 4 .. ..\. . .. mills
Prompt attention willi' given those
who wish to pay their Taxes thra igh
the mail by check, money orde' .ete.
Parson5 sending in lists of names t9
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 December.
S/ .. ROSS D). YOUNG,
October 13, 1914-td,
Notieo i' Executors, Etc.
Executors, Administrators, Trus
tees andl Guardians are herepy notified
that the time for making picir annum
al returns begins with first day of
.January of each year. '
0. 0. THO.\PSON,
Dcc. 1, 191.-I me.
no. W. fo'rguson C. C. F/atherstone
W. B. Knight/
PE3RGUSON, PEATIIBRST#O & KNIOfl?
Attorneys at 4aw
- Laurens, S. C,
PromRpt and cnreful attention given
to all business,
,Office over Palmetto Bank
Quick Relief When'
Utterly Worn Out
Getting the Blood in Order
Is Required By Most
Tf you think you livo gone to smash and
fit only for tihe disenrd, try 8. 8. 8. for the
Idood. It will uris'lii'lie yotu to know wiit
cii be done for liealth once lie blood lN
released of the eess of body wasteix tha.t
keel) It fron exercising its full ineiisure of
If you feel playet! out, go to any drug
store and ask for it Ib tdl of 8. 8. 8. lere
1i a reiedy thut gets at work lit in twink
ling; It j'tt naturally riishes right lIto
your blood, senters 90rm1s 11.411t ind left,
Ip fnd down and %idvwny:;.
You feel liter at. once, 11); from1 a sttim.
i-t, not (tom tIl ntn ci f .rugs, but
fron tilie rationi vffect of a,11.tn1ural iedi
The ingrediens i 8.. 8. serve the
netIve purp1iliois 41f so sxlxm *:lug the cellular
issuisx of t hbdy t hat they pIck out fromt
the Wlood the"Ir Mwn .w nil tiitriment nil
thims0 repir wor. Iik .u 1- at ione. The relilef
Is genernia ll ov l t sysIt.
Do not mo;(let t get n lottle of 8. R. S.
today. It will maut ke you feel bette. In Jwtt
a few minutes. It Is prepared oily in the
iliorntory qt The Swift Speellie Co., 111i)
SwIft tIdg.. Catn. (I. Sond fix' tIr]
free book tillhc. cf the-' inxay stran-itcen
ditions 0JI that 4 n le e hiu-nnnl famiily b~y
reason of nt't' i
"CII R ISTM1 A S 110011DAiY R AT13."1
The cainristoin & Wex-tern Caroina
Ity. will stel heap tci - t51(111; 1ickets
negonit. of tie hIolidays. Tickets oit
sa1le 1Dec. It6it to 2 ftile., I)ec. 21
191 anti .lan. 1-t, 1915. Final limil
Jiti. 6th, 1915. For-rates, etc., apply
to ticket agen t, oxr Ernest WilliaIlls,
General ilassenger Agoent, Atugista.
Cures Old Sores,.Other Remedies Won't Cure.
The worst cases, no matter of how long standing,
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
Pain and Heals at the sane tilne. 25c, 50c, $J.00
HICH ESTER PILLS
THE MAMXN LRAND1.
Ladile.'I Ank yovir ulu 1sit tic,
('lil-ehoxsf or's Mainn truinddj
M'lla In fled and Gold metallt<.
I),xs Se~iC~l ith hilue 'uithon.
Take no othe.y'o V
Dru lot. Askf..r .E n
DIAOND IA L'i. for 2
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS FVERYWERE
LAURENS DRUG STORE,
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
People's Bank Building
La'urens, 8. C.
Augustus G. Hart,
Attorney at Law
BANK OF LAURENS BLDG.
In office recentily occubipd by John M.
Cannon, dec ased.
Prompt attention given to all business
Practice in all State Courts.
J. S. WI ILARD
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Simpson, Cooper & Babh,
Nill practIce in all State Courts.
prompt attention givento all business.
Mr. Stock Owner!
We carry in Stock all the
which are guaranteed to (do the
work claimned for themn or put'
chase price will be refunded.
Jtoydl's Sure Pop Colle Curo, large,. $1.0')
itoyd'x Suiro'Pop Colto Cure, amxatt , .50
Itoydl' Sure P'op Fever & Coutth Cure .50f
Itoydl's Suir Pop P'urg tiv . 50
Iloydi's.%iro Pop 1 oeeedy . . .6.0
lloyd's SureoPop I 1o Lxulidl . . .25
Hloyd's Suro Pop M e~ixtic Ointment ..25
Itoyd's LInIment, aal.... ,.. ...25
lloyd's LinIment, medium . .. . . .510
lloyd's Linnient, large... ..,.,..1.00'
lloyd's Wormi and Condlitionx Po. amt. . .25
lloyd's Worm and CondItIon P'o. med . .50
lloyd's Worm andh ConditIon Po. Igo. 1.00
For Sale by
Laurens. 5. C.
GOVERNOR ADDS 56
TO CLEMENCY LIST
Bleaso Grants Pardons, Paroles and
Conunutlons. Frees More Man
Columbia, Dec. 30.-Fifty-five more
convicts in the penitentiary and scat
tered on chain gangs throughout the
state were the recipients of clemency
from the hands of Governor Blcase
late this afternoon, bringing the total
number of cases in which the gover
nor has exercised the pardoning and
paroling power up to 1,541 since he
has been In ofilce.
Tho list tonight was made up ori29
manslayers, four for violation of the
dislenisaiy law, two for breach o;
trust, four for lare'ny, three for as
assault and battery and iot, three foi
assault and battery, 1otr011 for hliglhway
robbery, tihree for (rim in al assault,
one for carbreaking, two for resistini
aII ollicer. 'TIhl'e are still 119 stait
colviets ill the pellitelltiary, onl state
I'fa and chtain gangs.
'Ile three white iu(I co1vb'ied 0.
br.'viig attelilpted to storm1 ti e j:Iil in
Spar-tanlburlg whlen -Sher-iff W. .1. \\'i
held at buy a mob whicl tried to lyllhi
a negro, werd alhlrdold. Tle th'r v'
were colvicted In Spartianhu11rg -L
Novenie)0r an(1 sentl telneelr to thr'e
years on the chain '!!g by :
.\loore. Thy are IloraCe Finchl, Ioia'.':
'\il :on anld W. Ut. Dleb_'vler.
In elulo1dA ill the list was ole Greek,
.\Csts (oromvs, of .\bb vI'N !.., wlmc
ws servinig a 0 <-n-inonths' sentenes(I
fo r cl!tn . ll: %vaw~s par l j ri
.1lhn M .ssingalo, of lieken s O1l1t1.
5la %ight'r, was 9.101 1 ill 1('li lztp
Ilmhe hla\. the s3tat by .1u11niu-y
iln :e following eases:
Ilteille ilderson3, .\ulersoll, .1;:11
tiary, 191.1, 1norder, life selntelee; CoIm
muted to ten years.
Parker l'arks, Lu11rens, \larell, 191:1,
violation of (isleiasry law%', six
lonths; commiuted to fine of $100 or
Parmellits Banks, Alndersoin, May,
1907, murd1 NJer, life, coiitedin Janu
ary, 191.1, 1o 20 years; now comilluted
to tell years.
Milo Simmons EIdgefield, August,
1914, manslaughter, three years; con
muted to one year.
George Fowler, .11., Union, May,
1912, larceny, two years, paroled June
1913; full pardon.
Henry Smonk, Richland, September
1914, breach of trust with fraudulent
litent, nine nAnths; commited to folli
A. Mack Stokes, Orangeburg, Sop
tember, 1912, violation of (lispenisary
law, flve yeears, paroled Janiuary, 1913;
William ltters, Richland, .Jaiuary,
1!013, crilmilnal assalit, with irecol1
mendation to mercy, eight years, pa
roled November 1913; par1-doll to re
Fletcher Dawson, Fairfield, Septem1
ber 1910, criminal asault, life; parole.
Cleophus Harris, Greenville, .Janu
ary, 1911, murder, life; r'educed to 20
years February, 1914; commuted to
Conway 'Williams, Greenville, .Janl
uary 1912, murder, life, reduced to
20 years, February 1914; commuted
to fiye years.
Charlie Henderson, Anderson, JIan
nary 1914, nmurder', life, commluted to
Arthur Hiarman, Lexington, Janu1
ary, 1913, violation of dispensary law,
$100 fino or two months; lpard(on.
C. S. RauchI, Lexington, JIanuar'y,
1913, vIolation of dispensary law; $200
andl three mlonthis; llardoln.
,J. Hobraee Rivers, Newb'err'y, No-.
vemiber, 1908, assault and( battecry of
a hiigh and( aggravated nature, thriee
.Jack Edwards, Newblerry, Alarch1,
1913, highway robbery, sxi monthis;
Mann) Subler, Newb'eirry, Malarih, 191:
high way' robbery, six mon1thls; pa11role.
Murray Free, Newberry, .larch, I191;
hi1gh way robbe'ry, six mon11t hs; m aol.
Gieorge Eielblerger, New berry,
March, i191I3, highway robbery, six
JTohn Sipson, Oconee, Miarch, 19 i2,
murder, Ii fe, reduiced to 20) years Feb
r'uary, 1914; par'ole.
I fonsea Odomn, llaminberg, Mar ich 19 I0
m111anught er, eighit yearis; parol e.
131n I)i1 Dues, Illam1)berg, Novemb1 er,
I1909, mu11rder', 11ife, redneedC'( to ten year is
Mrcrh 19!313; redneed to nune yearis
F'ebrua ry, 19 I4;, par~ol e,
111!1 Iliee, llamblerg, .\13ri1, 1898, mu131
der', lifle, red Iueed to 23 3(ears Febru1'-.
a ry 191 I:; pa role.
I). F. II ayes, (Cherokee, October 191-.1,
vilol at!on of' d Isphenshry3 Ia w, $ 1313 or 30
Ilnr Gr 1' eeni, Char 1lestonII, S'p teml
her, 1913, car breakinlg, threI'e years;
W. hogan itamney, Oconee, Noveneme
1908, murI ider', life', par3ole I )eeem ber',
1912; pardon01 to restore citIzenship.
Jloo Bryant, 'llamberg, March, 1 rl I,
mlanslaughlter', eight y'eas; cornmute:l
to twvo year's.
WVill Enna, *Unionn. ay, 191, man
slaughter, ten years; commuted to si)
Horace Finch, Spartanburg, Novem
ber, 1914, assault and battery and riot
three years; pardon.
Robert Wilson, Spartanburg, Novem
ber, 1914, assault and battery and riot
three years; pardon.
W. 1t. Belcher, Spartanburg, Novem
ber, 1914, assault and battery and riot
three years; pardo'n
Ed Harper, Anderson, November
1913, assault and battery of a high and
aggravated nature, three years; par.
Aitholny Rice, lnion, February
1913, assault, and battery of a high an
aggrava:ted nature, tlurec years; par,
Icevelan(d ( ichardswn, ('h:ileston
Octobper, 1'.1 1, nortlereo, lite; parole
Steve )avis, York, Noveiibe, 1 H.1
niansilaulghteor, two years; parole..
Alac 1). I e, lDore esler, ()-!1;'m,
191 I 4musl:nwht4.-. .1een year;.p
bol , 1( 11 , r ac'.tr .-, g
\Va01.l" c l alI)
Trumip -:isnN hry Noomi
b .1; 1 1,1 i4, h ten ye 4rs
o.1 h I . I;abb, I n i: 4
teItn -, III, :-Is n a o -I -,i-)
y el I i L' s I I, 1~ y -i n i in .
AIillI l;e Q. CoIp , w
A)ly. ' 1 1, re1 ( :. (1: an n 8 ; 4
J) t1 4 , '' I , t - -o : ,. :0 ,
wv l I r til0 '. . 1 1i , . el4 '. W
to i w .toial of . :,or it !n weo,
ary .\la .-on, (he t '1A , ar( , cI
laler, 11f4: l'du(edI to twun:y y4:w
leiuary I91 1; (o1 l ted to t
Ep railm - Kinard, Sit Iitida, .\[reja
I9m , iuiirder( , ( life; redwIed (o twenit
years February, 191 1; cominted o
ten years. ,
Willie liaruhill, .lasper, May, 191i1
nmanslaughter, five years; pardon.
Ertnest G owanIs, Greeniville, M.\la
1910, murder, life; reduced to twent,
years February, 1914; commluted U
John .\assingale, Pickens, sprinpg
IV!0, manslaughte, three years; pa
rOled on condition that hie leave th
state before January 5 and never re
.im Clinkscales, Abbeville, Febru
ary, 1906, murder, life; r luced f
twenty years February, 1i911; com
mtted to tell years.
llector M.\iddleton, Colleton, JTu1l
1905, murder, life; reduced to twent
e*ars February, 1914; parole.
Jim .\Iartin, Spartanburg, .June, 191:
miurder, life; parole.
Paul Chandler, Spartanburg, I')(
C imini assau!t, life; re'!uced t
twcnty years January, 191-1: Iorole.
Levi Wise, Blkeley, .ovembic
ms114aghlter, nine yers; parole.
Nat l3entoni, 11eauf ort, Septemllbe:
I1903, mitr. ider. lifeI; par1 ol'.,
Clove Dona"Json, Newber'ry, spring~
114 , larceny, cihteent momas;i 45par
Fred~ Scott, Charlesto'i, Oct~obe4
I 911, Ia rceny, two yearus; patroe .
The hour for preaching services I
the A. RI. P. church in Laurenis, ha
been changed from 4 o'clock to
o'clock. On next Sabbath, after lb
preaching service, an orga nizatilo
will be effected, and1( oiflers elected.
I. N. Kennedy,
.Jan1. 41, 1915. Paste:
('ross Hill1, Dec. :10.- -A good41vly num
her of01 rela tie and5114 iends4( S ath iere
at thle 1home( of .\lr's. .1(no. A. .\lnI
4)n D~ecceberI Ith , to wvitns th55(e mar1
ringe of' .\r'. 11. .\lar'i and .\(11 i*j4es 1'-:du
Thlle gr'oomi 4was a SOnl of Thade1(1n'43 .\ arI
tin, d14eeased, and1( the bride, the daul~gh
t('r 0of G. la. Prollitt, of4 .Iadden. The
rece'4ived1 the4 congr'atulationis 04' thei4
reanly fiends as th4ey 1 startd outil
th)e ne0w relaltion 11n life.
FOR V/INTER EGGS
rA~ ~ ORE
Preard ro4(l<Jo A olleg
4 t'- lmia, plus min'Ia; sc1ien i(ical
I. 44ropo rt:4.mi.d conta4ini al o~ 41 (f
th'' noen4'.4.aryl, ('h':wn' fir e'.gg
.4-! 4n modern fI'(l mi4 . $(4.1 ', 4144r
: 4 100 lId lv r I '. 129uarit
.44vaized'4 waste (4 nd44 cIag proof
i Manufactured bzy
|G, G. PIK . '
SP. 0. Box 172 CO...UM:,A S. C.
We have placed on our shelves and counters
full lines of goods a<%opted for the approaching
season's wear, where quality and price is uniform.
They embrace in part a full line of Silks, Dress
fabrics in plain colors, o Iso in variegated blend ir g
of shades in plaid effects.
Special value in Hosiery and Undkrwea'.
All standard domestic goods at lovest pices.
The very latest in Ladies neck wear.
IM-ny are looking u' ith m rn at, the wave of
psperi Ly receding. Sw I nd uncxpcct,
changcs have takri phince il Ihe h comn eciai word
In recent lollhs. Elrolpe for the I rent h;. t
dethrned Dl King- Cotton,, but t his f 'Ie has 1I It
nOn1 of its intrinsic value in Ihe nu ufIcturit
worl and will retain first ph 1)(0 amx ' It.
4 ~, WE WILL WELCOME
- YOU IN OUR BANK
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Happy New Year to you. This means every
body. Our friends in particular and the whole com
munity in general. Next New Year will be here as
surely as this is. If you put money in the bank all
this year EXT NewYarsDa.ihfndyu-a
pierand ette satsfid. pach uccedingyea
shold in eah f u btte pepaedforOL
munit i genA UE lS. NE N A Year w il be here As
NsuAEly athisis IfPopT onE TiE eWkl.l
thisI year NXTA NewYer SDaT wNTIIN fin yoFFEp
~~~aeOUR bankRENC O iO YOURl Ank.S O
N.BFILEsNGH BROHER, Csi