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Tillman says Non) Is Thine to 1141
i t ith Uncle Sm, Oppoidertunii)
forl. an i"
tirne in:- over ; mniA'n to co-op
the ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ -i (:d h m te:iii rk n e
i ni 11:: liew . oii. Iand 1 t1o1ron bl.iy
r'eo1gaizil.i d. Th ":a 1' i now H imiirg
edI u\ it 1.: ,((( lz ;:o d m lny to smnds of d l
Iar' woltil of 11111litionls IillId a 'ls 1ilt
11re lo.t and CanIj 1n1vr be relcov eI'(d.
of ('\ ory imlag'inable sor't of titar'ter
1m1.1s:e1's suppl!ies too nislimlerouis to
lIlentioll, as we'll a.; obsolete Ol'dinallee
SInd ordnance stores. I believe the
warl' depatiteit t will be eittiely
1owadlt tlie proposed reo rganill zationi
and lit staiting a now slate.
"Ii a coimminueation from the See
retary of \' War t to (lovernor Please,
dated July 6, 1911, Sec retary GarrIson
said: 'it is hoped that tie State will
take early aii effective steps to set
Boy or Girl? ,
b'1.- ~st I ta enan min/' nn old nnd
(rIat fa I lity r eL.n'tral ao
loiationl knIown nig
14:!:tiio pioL d Of
is itancy It is ap
pil it to tilt IIh
-:n jalmilselq nn1l1
is .n t to soth
it r:tr O toetwork
of et. v is Involved.
Il this mnnier It
Ias 19nch L. splenidd
i:iiluenice as to justi
fy is um in :.11 c As of comlinlg
inoth, r-11-11. 1 . Iiv, a, g nornilly ree
virn:1 n dcdi f: y n-s:A y' isna th o
.who) ve uv' -I it _,1k 1n : ': t rls
1:t ry 1 I.- 1: wewi:.: InIItl-et speatk of
the n' setufv f ' zll be~ ::. seneco
of , It i 'm (' :iaI tt 1inl freeiloni
fr-:n1 tho- r--::y o4.r dilstresses uisually1
L '- I1l :' d to w1 ith suiM cimon rn.
I- 'I 1' i j:; btion o:t. What
" r'. "s 'rln -" h 1a m1rked tentldency
to tlVe iI ruin0 h i1 this of Itself in
nditntn to t p1 hyskl':il r-Hof 1s1 given
It a v's. I'. ry w!o popularity Ar..ng WoIen.
| Loll len tinr Mother':; Frint'" at
filrnost any drug store. It has helped a
hlst of ninthers to a comip'Mt recoverv.
t. I is eli:tre'd only by UJraeltih-l 'ItOgi
tIat2er <'.. 30: 1 I : a:i r I'L.-.e . A t ita. (-1.
. I t'1 1''"-' : . s S.sttut x.
d. . Ieruso (. ('. Irat her SIone
FE !.S(N, IFEATIERSITONF & KNIGCH'
Atornieys at Law'
P 1:Pt 1t a l reiil attention gien
to ail llisieiiss.
iover. amellnleo 111ankh
0T ( 11 19 15
\\ on Ton
Y. I a " 1ll
T .!hon, )2-ili
V. ' .. '. S
v yI . t I i
Sui n ' -.x hip I.: . I . t 2.:;
\b~n !:l , .l n. .i. I :! \l in' s tore
ials To.. niJ , : .:1 . 1ii. to 12.::l p.
Mmuoly i. In. I.) I.). Iltarris', Dials
Tows-' : .lp. I.:. p. tn. to l.:In p. mi.
ViTli-lay, la. 2, Grea(rt, DtIal,
TLownishp 'l .:10 a.~l It. t '.:I i. t m .0
'Tue isday', .a. 2, ..oWit's, Stiacs
ousTow isap, 1 a.p.ti . to 2.30 p. .
Wedneiday .ait. 2, Youwar's Store,
Youngs Tiowi, t) a m. to .30 n
Thrsda~i~y, .Fa. 2, Col'sn Sored,
Tot ngs T1ownshilp,19.0 a. m. to 12.30p.m
Fi'teday, .ln. 2, Ya orng' Sotores
YosTownshi I30p ina . to .30 p. m.
Tudesday, Fb. , Pleasn~ton
YosTownshp, 0.30 a. m. to 12.30 n
Wedesday, Fet. , Wattsord, Youg
rens Townshtip, 2 p. m. to 6.30 p. mn.
All male citizensq between the ages
of 21 and 60 years on thte 1st of Jan
liary' except those who are Incapable
of earning a support from beIng malm
ed or fronm other causes, are deemled
polls, Confederate veterans excepted.
Also all male citizens between the
ages of 18 andi 50 on the 1st (lay of
,Januatry, 1916, ar- liable to a road tax
of $1.50 and are reqilred to make
their retal 'n of ganteIl t the Auditor
during the time a.bo/c specified a'nd
shall pay1) to tiI. Umtu y Ti easur el' at
the same time olier ta'es ar'e lpaid In
]Ietu of working thet road.
Al Itaxpmayers ar'e reqptiired 1.o gIve
Townsip and111( No. of School DIstrIct
also slate wvhethier prloperIty Is situtat
ed In totwn or~ countryI'). Fatcht lot, tract
0o' parcetol of landtt mus1 t be en teredl set
After thle 20th of F'ebra ry 50 per'
cenit lienaIt y wIll be attached for fatiI
11reI totmake returtins.
tie the abovc mentioned property
qiestions, to generally reorganize the
militia in a manner that will assure
ant effective and stable force, to pro
vide in the future for prompt coipli
ance with the Federal laws for the
government of the organized militia
and to provide for the safekeceping and
licotalltbility of Governmen t supplies
loined to the militia of the State.' The
State, however, must do its share, and
the legislature and Governor Mannintp
shouh1i see to this. Governor lIlealse's
attioll. inlstead of being harmifil, as
le. no doubt, intended it, to be, will
rsilt in great good to the State's mil
"In tlle sate letter above quot.'d
fromn, Secret: r Garrison said: 'Whn
the organized militia of Sout h Caro
lina is pl4 aced oi a satisfactory basis
tlCh war dep tmIIit tetnt will con sider the
withdr1wal of th1e restrictions of WhtCh
you lrk, informed nl this communtlllia
tion. 111d whi h Ire effective onl and
aifter this date.' Mt. Garrison's letter
Ii oll file Ii tihe i xectitrle ofilee in
Columbia, no doubt, and Governor(J
Manning C:1n read It lid find out the14
exact statis from the war d et Irt -
"In start ing a new slate, which will
1be necessary after tht war depart
nttlivers of a ('old.
1Do you inow that of all the mtinior
i~lnts colds lre Iy far the iost
danttgtrous, it is not the oIs them
54'lvs titt you le] 11) tfetr, butt the
eiou4ts dkiIn ses that thI y I o often
lad 14). For titl reaSOn1 (ivery cohl
-hohi h4, gotten rid of %hIII til lelst
:'ssible delai. To mecomi i ih this
youl will finll Chamlb1erlain's co hIt
viid of t hIl. it yoll. It
H-igh Strung Horses
enni easily he spo'ihl l y loor Mhoeitng.
If ther .ho4's dont't. f~, I'it fe tl 44r
ar~e wronig~ lt (lut on tiCr is alit to be
I tubl. We' shbo4 cvery horse s(tt
hire accointlg to his lidividual nee4ds.
\\'e fit hima as carefutlly a1s Li good shoe
maker t woiutl make foot.wear for you.
iTr onur shoeinlg otn your hotss Tc' Ihoy
wiill like Itit i n io will iyot.
J. D. SEXTON & SON
LAURENS, S. C.
Augustus G. Hart,
Attorney at Law
BANK OF LAURE~NS BLDG.
in offiee recenitly occupied by John M.
Pronmpt attention given to all business
Practice In all State Courts.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
People's Bank Buiding
Laurens, S. C.
B. R. TODD
Engineering and Contracting
Land Surveys a Specialty
soncrete Work Skillfully done or In
Drawings and estimnates of all Kind,
Telephone No. '346
- T A N.
mecnt has received and receiped for
such armis and stores, as are turned Iin.
Covern'or Manning can feel the satis
faction of having accomplished some
thing for the state, without Incurring
the odium orl unpopularity which
would come had hec naugurated It. Ini
my juidgment, the legislature, if it is
wise, will provide forl thle 1thorough4
relorganizalon of the militia and put
ill o a more ellicient basis than it
now it. Thle war seare which .thle
l.lurope1an situlation lhas proditved, and
clamor for preparedniess to lue(et a1 ios
,.i*le Invasion, has shown the eipcessi
y o me on tho differelt staes having
a1 !1horolgh overinaling of their nai
t:,ry osta li n shmenh s."
GIRLS! STOP WASHING
THE HAIR WITH SOAP
Soip dries y. sa , causing uin.
ruli, 0111h11 r 1111ns olli-Try thics
After washing your hair with soap
-I wayis appi a litle Danderine to
I llh, scalp to invigorate the hair and
p'revent drynless. BvItter still, uise
oa a is Sparingly as possiil, and
instead have a " sandervie Ilair
Ch 'ans". Just oistea 1 cloth with
D., nderino and dIra w it carefully
through your hair, taking olle strand
l a timei. This Will rem o veit t Isit, dirt
and excessive oil. 1 a1 few mlomentms
yoy u will Ile a lifted, yolr hair. will
n1oi only b" clan, but it will h wte*'uh
tillfr y aind ilbillidill, nd posse'ss all1
illopara0 sofI ess illI lstre,
El -des clean il and hiaiit ifyi g the
ai .ir, one application f 1nderineto
dissolv s v ery partich' of dtidruff;
ilio ll t sq th ll sc a slp, t1opiplg itchind
n allin d ha i ia)aderin is to ithe
ulea uitt fresh115 sos I: oth r ith~
In.) hilw. a r to vegetatio. I t goesy
light t l lhe atils, ih rale s t 11
altt(lng essl e il. 1 1a exhilarating
ndt li d,tldl ing 0:'i ltss. Va111
.\le ! l:ule ! You caln surlely have
of ch r011 iin hair. G (,I a I :. t e lite
111V I ilIlit( at d
To lie et urhel.te rtint oe
Tit *ll ra h r t of Sn h
l i: i l ca r t anow i( ali
T n n ('a lin iltlw l iro
d I a Iuc n in : ( ato o nI h aiil
de2n ;. - il ha e pri tM or ail to
farn -r inl lla Isbur In Colleon
shltlave a freight ral'te th avt lI
tttiah It of advatage to theO latter le
buyi afrom1 thec former raithe(r thani from
far(mer l of Oh n )sats an .11 \l ssottri,
In s(ctions of0 thle State, ifarmie rs
intend to planlt Iieants and~ Ilotatoes.
t'r~less they cani obtain freight rates
comparabLle~~ wai th rates grnted farm~i
v-s of Virginia engaged ini grnow~ling
these crops, they will have diftliclty
in earning profits.
W~hen thle rail roadl comnpany says,
'"irst show us a cotnsidletale tro
dcttiotn of grain or ipotattoes anid we
shall grant the rates,"' that is eq(huiv
alent to sayIng, "When you have deC
veloped a graIn and potato induistry
in spite of our opplositioni, we will
surrender to you and help it along!'
The acreage alreadly sown shlould
con vi nco the trailspiortationi comn
ipanies that the change in agriculttural
productionl in South Carolina is imn
lportant, and it is to 1)e hoped that
they will dIsclose a liberel disposlion
andl enicou rage 1. If they "'stanid plat,"
then it is for' the railroad commission
-backed b~y chambers of conmnerce and
other agencies, to (10 their uttmost. for
the protection of the ptodutcers' in
What is most needed Is a liberal
rate by which grain may be shi pped
in hagd or in bulk to term inal points.
.The 31,000 squtare mIles of South Car
olila should~ not be considered a unit.
if' a sttrpluts croip of wheat is grownt
int th i orothwesterni coutites, it
should be to the mutuial adlvantage of
thtemt and( of the low country coun
Tfhe people shiotld be careful about
investiteg mnon in grnin eleentnos
Enlargement of the grain crop, while
It should and will be permanent, does
not mean the abandonment of cotton
as out principal croji. Our grain can
be handled without clevators, except
piossibly at terminal points, as in Vir
ginla, Maryland and Pennsylvania.
Adidtionally, it is highly necessary
that in the towns arrangements be
3mde for saiking, storing (tempo
rarily) and buying grain. In other
words, there must be grain dealers,
though it Is not necessary that mer
chalts eligage exclusively iII that
business. Commercial organizations of
the various (owns aind cities Should
see to this at once.
Spring oats alid other grAins pro
(iced in tile Soitil are realy for. m11ar
kot lve t1 six weeks earlier than inl
the Norti and West and the South
urn growers should take advan1tiage of
Shoulid there he lack of a market in
thle Spring fIor. the food crops prodklii(
in S-oitl Carolina, there would be
iceen disappointment and discourage
ment among progressive farmers try
ing to lead the South out of the cotton
thraildom. The duty and interest of
business men are to prepare now
againlst such results of what is n1ow
a most. promising movement toward
iliversilled, self-su stalining a nd inlde
llendent igricultural imlethods in South
Carolina.- -The State.
DID CHILD WAKE UP
CROSS OR FEVERISH?
Look, .14111her! )f fooneue Is conted
il- "011'ftil lrnia Syrup of Flus" to
illean Mhe hlonels.
.\lother' Your child isn't naturally
f''tros and ipervishl. St'' if longiv is
c'teiil: iis is a Sul( Sig its little
sto ut;.11ver an bowels neeod a
I.b siing all oniCe.
\\'hn listhe', palu , feveish.full of
(.(Il, Ireath hld, Ihrat sorl, locsni't
:at41eep or act. naturally, has Stilm)
:b-eh ,diarrhlolea, eunb r a g--o
: h 3l and( bowel leansing :-hold
I; '\lh q.1' llt.l ''lIIi033!13, S1III P V(11
Nothling! c(11 ls1C:11 fo nia Syrup o'.
I m. for chiillr n's.; ills: ;;i 've a t:i
slin$onfu'l, anld ill aI few h .1rs 1l the
Xou i . \ c , .a ur hi 0 (3 ofli oi t ino's
"lahotjsn, of thie Cyltln. andc iyou
have foi'el' ana eplyeue athib again.
Aly Garagenu lil C1ciui hamb-sn. de
flli.nsi ihn lie -60 1gti"ii-"1101 hl-.
oneshe-bottoo. (G, iilue
Tois Youd inyArbot \I!t
mfyo, are egte innfring \ok
ifyou plnit fonl veg-ete borfleof
er, oicnanotafford t'io. bethlout
maathe atlogu publied freh and
onew ever Syrubp tl gmeatny." h
CompanyofAlnaGa, nsen b
onue feespoage paidmb, to all th
ithehfoem, metioni.\gamie Thamepsof
this neaeo\r.,tyPwes lv
Ins tis hetalouherw elo of .ae
allpn ofr thiserountyv agndiicen
vaeievds ttmean beuty woman. your.
Pomer ahnd wsie apesio t wiesaned,
daugforery tahngle an gve.r
our bigrashune joners o he marny
aboutd our wfsin yte varietieppof
cornan e F~itlern weed.wci
Terilw You20 Acr boum t itel
abou the bengageed of falmins for
erayoug canno affeoth t behoub
ine every yoter 1by1the great Soh
daInd hes catsaloue it tol you-H of.
HSpnd ofe Cof.re,,oe see-dvto
For .-the Easiest, Quickest, Most Brilliant and
ting Shine-Choose 2 in 1 Shoe Polish! In the
asy-Opening " Box. All Deakers, 10c. per Box.
THE F. F. DALLEY CO., LTD.
BUFFALO, N. Y. HAMIl1TON, CAN.
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
fabrics in plain colors, also in variegated blending
of shades in plaid effects.
Special value in Hosiery and Underwear.
All standard domestic goods at lowest prices.
The very latest in Ladies neckwear.
Many are looking with alarm at the wave of
prosperity 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 place among textile
. . . ....PARTY WEAR
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