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Watts Mill, Oct. 19.-On last Monday
morning the little 7 year old daughter
of Mr. J. J. Elilson, died at this place
and was buried at Laurens mlii ceme
'tery on Tuesday, the funcral services
being conducted by Rev. .1. A. Brock.
The family have the sympathy of their
friends at this place and elsewhere.
Rev. J. It. T. Major of the First M.
1H. church of Laureis, closed a series
of meetings here on Thursday night.
He did some excellent preaching and
a good deal of interest was manifested.
Our mill stoplped on Friday morning
at 10 o'clock and quite a number from
here attended the fair and report a
The new ginnery which has recently
been started up here seems to be mak
ing great progress.
Our little town has been well furn
ished with music and medicine during
the past week as Dr. Nanzetta and his
band have been located here for sever
al lays advertising his work and sell
ing medicine and also furnishing
amusement for the young people and
children at night.
We are very glad to report Mr. W. T.
Drownlee, who had the imisfortune of
getting hIs arm broken vole tlic ago,
is; now getting along nicely.
Mrs. Mary liolt of Laurens, mill vis
ited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. It. II.
)onaldson on Thursday night.
Mrs. \V. A. Moore vlsited at the hoie
of J. M. Moore on Tuesday.
Mr. Will Goff and family of linton
spent the week-end with Mrs. Alice
Mrs. J. W. llellais and clildren,
IEdith and Margaret spent Saturday
night and S.unday with Mr. and Mrs. It.
Misses Frank Davis and Hlettle llob
inson were the guests of Mrs. W. 1.
Burns last week.
Mr. E. Y. McQuown visited in Clin
ton last week.
Miss Lois Taylor of Diuncan mill, is
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
F.' K. Taylor.
Mrs. Leaise Bass of Greenville spent
the week-end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Martin.
Mrs. Amelia Felps from iDunean mill
visited here last week.
Mr. I. Ei. .Jones of North Carolina,
has accepted a position as painter for
the Watts Mill comlpany and will move
his family here at an early (late.
Rev. G. C. liedgepeth filled his regu
lar appointments on Sunday and Sun
day night. lie preached a splendid
sermon on the subject of regeneration.
We are glad to report Mr. John Mar
tin who was on the sick list a few days
last' week, is now able to be out again.
.1. M. Moore and family spent Sun
(lay at the hone of .Ir. and Mrs. (s.
. Moore near laaurens mill.
iUttle Annie 'Laura Goff, of Clinton,
is spending the week with her grand
mother, Mrs. Alice Frady.
Corry Tumblin, the 10 year old
daughter 6f Mi. and Mrs. John Tum
blin died at her home near here on
Monday. Her remains will be buried
at Old Fields on Tuesday.
Mir. Walter Tumblin, Mr. Langston
Graydon and Liddie May Davis are all
on the sick list at this writing.
-Mr. and Mrs. .Joe Gossett of IEnoree,
visited relatives here last week.
We are very glad to report Mrs. Luat~
lKelly who has been confined to her bed
for sonic time is now able to sit up.
Send In Taxes.
Columbia, Oct. 18.-The otfice of the
State treasuurer has received remit
tanc'es from fout' cotunty treasurers for
19)I15 taxes, which were (lie October'
15. TJhe tr'easurcrs are: Ross D).
Young, of Lauriens; A. D). Fair, of
Or'angeburmg; 'J. It. Arms triong, of I hirn
wvell, and E. L. Winigard(, of I rxington.
The pr'ompl uess of these county of
flein Is 'in sendIig in thlir collections
on the first day taxes were dume was
hiighily com mentded by thle clerlcal
force in thle treasur'er's ofilee.
flow ('atarrhm is ('ontracted.
Mot hem's are' sometIimes so thlouight -
less as to neglect, thle colds whtich theai r
elildr1 ien c'otractl. 'Thle inII amma ton
of Liihe mnucus memnbrane, at f1irst aicutec,
becomes chr monic and lhe child has
cihron ic cat arrh. a disease thai~t is sil -
dloim 'cur'ed and( that may' priove a life's
burden10. Many per'sons who haive thiis
loathlsome disease will r'ememb er hay
I ng had frequent coldts at Ithe time It
wvas conitraeled. A little foretoghit,
a liottle of Clh amberila in's ('oughi tm
edy'. judiilousl y uised, ainil all thlis trou
ble0 inight havye been a voided. Obtain
A Problem of the Life to Come.
Smitl Johnny was wrigglig and
twisting in a vain enideavor to put his
arms through the sleeves of an under'
garment and then get it over his
head. After several futile attempts
hto called out to his mother: "Say,
mamma, when I get to bo an angel,
and have wings, I don't see how I'll
ever get my shirt on!"~
A man cannot speak bitt lie judges
and reveals himself.--With his will, or
against his will, ho draws his portrait
to the eye of others by ei'y word.
iery opniotn eats on him who ut.
IN STATE MEETING.
hIiristlan Endeavor Socleties of Coluiim.
hiz P'lan, to Send 75 Delegates to
Coltmbia, Oct. 19.--A large number
of young people of Columbia met Sunl
day in the First Christian church to
hear plans for the second annual con
vention of the South Carolina Chris
tian Mndeavor union, which will be
held in Laurens November 5-7, inclu
sive. The meeting was presided over
by \VWyatt A. Taylor, president of the
union, who urged all those present to
attend the convention.
"'he Columbia sot'ieties," lie said,
"expect to send at least 75 delegates
to the convention. This number with
2:5 delegates from towns in the lower
section of the State will enable the
transportation committee to charter a
special train from Columbia to Lau
rens. The round trip fare will be
$3.10. There will he no other ex
hourises, except for incidentals, as tile
people in Laurens have arranged to
take care of all the delegates we will
seid. We want to make them hustle
to fulill their promise."
Dluring the meeting last night a free
will offering was taken for the VUr
pose of sending one or more dele
gates from the Christian E ndeavor so
ciety at Eilworth orphanage. Two en
deavors have already offered to pay
the expenses of two children from the
A nurnber of short speeches were
made in which the benefits of atteld
Ing the convention of young Christian
people were emphasized. Two musi
cal numbers were also rendered.
The prostrating effect of constant
backachtee and those depressing, bear
ing down side pains frot which wo
men suffer so much, are quickly re
]loved when DRl. SIMMON'S SQUAW
VINI VINF] is used. It acts directly
on the cause of the trouble, restores
regularity, aids digestion, builds up
the body and brings back tihe vigor
and cheerfulness of health. Price $1.00
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
* 3eetling of W. X. U *
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The quarterly meeting of the Second
Division of the W. M. U. will meet
with the Y. W. A's. of Princeton Bap
tist church on October 30th-the fifth
Devotional exercises, conducted by
Mrs. C. B. Bobo.
Welcome address, Miss Estelle Taylor.
ltesponse-.. W. A. member from
Mrs. C. H. Watson of Greenville, is ex
pected to be present and address
the meeting on "The Need of It. A.
orders in our Churches".
Appointment of committees.
Devotional exercises, -Mrs. Nat Aus
We want each delegate to come pre
pared to have a word to say in the gen
real discussIon in the afternoon on Y.
W. A. and R. A. work in the churches
in our midst. A full delegation from
all our societies in this division is
urged to be present.
Cleo C. Wofford,
Miss Allie Blabb, President.
3Most Wild Aninails with Carl lingen
hec(k-Wa~illaice ('ircus aire from. ,J un
Few who see wild animals in cages
realize the vast aimoti nt of tr'oub le,
dianlger and( expiense niecessairy to get
theirn therei. TheJ iO~ great. dlanger' lies
in ('apt urinig the wildl animnals in their
tive counitimtry. With thle Carl IIlagenm
heck -Wallace C ircu s, which will give
I wo lierfhormanci(es in Liiurens on
Tli Shusda. Otcober 'I ith there( arie ser
vial hundredh w' l~ ild aniinals, miostL of
wich(1 i were (a;ptuiredl in the forlest s
antili junes ot t heir native count ry.
'heriei is noi 00111' tiiklishi or' danlger'
,uig j~pek ithun~ .(rackiing lions ini the
Stin pour doI' ((wn wita i ieh tor'ce that
few ineni taO suia'd it. 'hle efftih (lit
ihe Cees is lbididing. Tht~re is liutl or
no shadel~. Tihe wai'es amid molst eare
liii luieri i may btr- -kI:ing an aimial,
and1( at1 thei samei ii wi Ib' tr'a('ked by
thle animal hI Iis1 'Ok ing, whoi mayx
i'ori c'apitin . uill -growni lionis
trmap IisI. stiare, nie of the Sile; lt't ing
upo a)i spr11 \ig like Ilhe oldI-1ashiloted
than ai score oi' lions with ithe ('artl
I lagi'tnchec-Walla'e ('ir'uis wer'e ta J
l'lephmants are generally caught in
nooses0. .\i nube oi i'i f imein suound'o
ly frieid a cirile oft tire abiout lie
bieast . 'he firie gels (loser andl closer i
to the elphant , an id tina!ly ai noose is
trownt over his htead. lIeI is then se
eu efly Itid to a trete an atl tIlowedC~ to mre
main thiere until cluiet. Tlaime ole
hanits arie thlen broughtI luto0i ust, andl~
appear to he sort of piersuasive in
maiking thle htuge aninial trmactabile.
In ('atehiniig snakes vauriotus dlev'ices
arec used. One Is to set thle grass on
fire In at ci'ce where it is known that
snakes htave hiding pilaces. As they
r'ush out they are caught in large nets
motunted on woodlen hoops to whicht Is
attnehled a lar'ge bag.
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A Lover of the 'orse
looks as carefully afte his feet as any
other part of hil an omy. It pays too.
Bring your hors ere to be shod and
see how much tter he will work
for you. The improvement in his ac
tion will show you that it makes a lot
of difference when you have him shod
J. D. SEXTON & SON
LAURENS, S. C.
Dr. T. L Timmerman
People's Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
B. R. TODD
'Ngineering and Contracting
Land Surveys a Specialty
increte Work Skillful- done or In
Drawings and estinimes of all Kind
Telephone No. 346
Whenever You Need a Oenerat Tonk
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is egnally valiidualu us a
General Teoic beenuse it coitains the
well known toxic properties of QUININ IT
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drive.,
out Mnlaria, Fnriches the Blood an0d
Builds up the Whole system. 50 cents.
I'' NA L SEl'LEMENT.
Take notice that on the 13th (lay of
Noveinber, 1915, 1 will render a final
aceotint of my acts and doings as Ad
ministrator of the estale of Mary P.
.\ l strong, deceased, in the office of
the Judgo of Probate of Laurens
County, at 11 o'clock, a. in., and on
the same day will apply for a final
discharge from my trusts " Adins
Any person indebtC said estate
are notified anid requir to make pay
ment. on that date, and all persons
having claims against said estate will
present (lien on or before sald (late.
duly proven or be forever barred.
B. C. ARMSTRIONG,
October 13, 1915.-1 mo.
State (if South Cardnina,
County (if Laurens.
IN COLURT OF COMMON PLIEAS.
Mrs. I.. E. Owings, Plaintiff,
Austin (. Owings, ct al, )efendant.
Pulrsiant to a decree of the Coui~t.
in the above stated case. I will sell at
public oiitery to the highest bidder, at
Lauirenis, C. II., S. C., on Salesday in
November next, being Monday the 1st
day of the month, during the legal
hours for such sales, the following de
scribed property, to wit:
All that tract, piece or parcel of
land situate on the waters of South
Rabun Creek, having the following
bearings, beginning at poplar stumps
on branch, thence S 64 W 7.64 to P.
opposite stump, thence N 33 W 27.70
to stone, thence N 68 1-2 E 16.90 to
stone, N 14 1-4 E 20.47 to bunch of wa
ter oaks, thence N 74 E 2.20 to Cedar
Post, thence S 16 1-2 E 6.13 to the be
ginning corner, containing twenty
seven and one-one hundredths - (27 1
100) acres more or less, bounded by
lands of .T. IT. Wolfe, W. M. Abererom
bie, M. .1. Jamieson, I. D. Mahaffey
and M. L. Owings.
Terms of Sale: cash. urchas r to
pay for papers and sta 1ip./f the
terms of sale are not conpld with,
the land to be re-sold on s u - or some
subsequent salesday on ., me terms,
at risk of former purchaser.
C. A. POWICR,
CC. . . P. a(nd . S., 'T.anirensy S. CI.
Dated. this Sll day of Oct., 1915. 12-3t
LA N1) S.t LE.
State of South Citrolinit,
County of i.airens.
IN COl'HT OF COMMON 'LEAS.
It. 1). Nanice, P'lainitiff,
G,:uy N. Roozer and \\. 1). S'nn, De
ltrstiant to a dlcr- of the Court
in the above tateid case. I will s(lI at
puli outcryN to ilhehghs hidhler, at
Laurens, C. 11., S. C., on Salesday iin
Noeimher nxt, eiig .\londay th Is
day of the monthi, diring the legal
hlours for (uhsha he ollwn
srib ed property, to wit:
All that tract of land situhate in the
coiuty and State. afores ' id contaici-ang
onle hun11dred and tlyi -y-nineo (1I ,.))
nVITCe, More or1 levss/j ho'iunded on Ile
nor-th by lands" of, rs . L. T..\adden,.
on ile wet. Iy I b, (Iof ]oi Owens,
oi Ile south hf ndi of .\ G. 1oaz
man, io ite w I y land.; of W. C.
li:orI' anid w40 f e ry Noffz.
Terms o' Sale: One-Ihird eash, hal
anoe to be paid Iwelve Imontus fromii
dlatn of sale: the credit portion to be
se'cured by bond and ml ortgage of the
purc'haecr over the said ehl rises,
hea ring legal in teresI from date, and
10 p'r cent. attorney':; fees. in case of
colletwion or suit, with leave to pur
-hasrir to pay his ct ire hi'l in ('nsh11.
ll r('la ir to pily fol' pa;''s and
stalmps. If the teris of sale are not
complied with. the land to be re-sold
on same or some !ubsequent Salesday
on same terms, at risk of former pur
C. A. POWER,
C. C. 1C. P. and 0. S., Laii'rens. S. C1
Dated, this 8th (lay of Oct.. 1915. 12-3t
Invigorating to the Palo and Sickly
The Old Standard generai strengthening tonic,
SROVE'8 TASTF RUSS chill TON IC, drives out
Malatria.entiches eblood.ui dcbuildgpthesy
tem. A true tonic. For adults and children. 50a
State (if South Carolina,
County of L1aurienis.
IN CO'RT 01" CO.lM.MON i'rUAS.
8l.S. liailey & Sonls, lhintiff.
Caroline' M'cCoy et at, Defendant.
Piursuant to a (ieie of the court
il tIlle above stated case, I will sell at
public onltlry to the highest. hidder, at
I'au rens, C. II., S. C., on Salesday in
Noveiiiur iext, beling Alonlay the 1st
day of the month, duriig tle legal
hooirs for such sales, the following de
scrilbed property, to wit:
Al Ithat. tract or lot of land situate
In Ilunters Towntship, in the County
and Rtate aforesaid. one and three
fourth miles from Clinton, and near
the Lydia Cotton Mills, bounded by
lands of .1. W. Lea.ke, Dr. W. C. Irby
and Sherman 'opeland an c6ntaining
nine (9) acres more or h.s and being
a part of the land ormerly owned
r-- Mrs. Sarah n.
Terms of Sale: One-half cash, bal
anee to be paid twelve months from
(late of sale: the credit portion to be
secured by bond and mortgage of the
purchaser over the said premises,
bearing legal interes.t from date, and
10 per cent attorney's fees, In case of
collection or suilt, with leave to pur
chaser to pay his entire bidl in cash.
Pu rchiaser to pay for papers and
stamps. If the ternis of sale are not
conplied with, the la1nd to be re-sold
on samue or some suibseit'tent Salesday
on saine terms, at risk or former pill
C. A. PO0WElt.
C. C.'. t'. ald C. S.. '.a-rens, 8. C"
Dated, this SIh day of Oct.. 1915. 12-::t
The lloolks of the Couinty Tr'ea-IIrI'
will li opelned for the collectioll of
State. ('ounity and (oul 11111 tat ion hioadl
'Taxes ( for iscal year, ' i 5, at tlle
Tlre'a:.'rer''s oli110( fromi~ Octo,' '-th
10 lelibe cst 1915jl 0 '' . .\fe Decem
bor 31.-A oneo per centl will bo ddd
After .lanuarly 31st, L\' - 1i'wr cent4) wIll
b~e added an ge ebruary 2-\o .
s r n per (".nt wlil he arne ill Ilhe
Iath day of .lr1ich, 141H, wheun the
books aill lie elo.0Id.
All'r.0ons owning p:-oily i
mlore than11 w!T' nh' r riie
ed to rail for Ieeipts in e:h of tl
several Toxwlhips in whil i lhe liro
perty Is lootted. Thi.; is i111portait,
as auditibonlal co. anld plenalty may be
All aIle-bolied inale citizens he
hwe(en 1the ages of' 21 ind tGO y4ars of
age ate1 liable to pay a poll tax of
$1.111 except oh soldier., Who are
x pI at 54) years of age. Comlim ut a
Ion lizad Tax $1.50 in leu of road
The Tav Levy it; as follows:
IWor F-late pu rposes .. .. .. ..7 mills
For Const itutional School Tax 3 mills
Ordinary County Purposes 3-% mills
ior Interest on Railroad B(onds 1 mill
For Ioad and Bridge Bonds -4 mills
Special Schools--Laurens Township.
La urens No. 11 ..........7 %/ mills
TrinIty-Ridge No 1.. .. ....8 mills
Maddens No. 2' ........ ..4 mills
Narnic No. 3 . . . mills
Bailey No. 4 .1 mills
.\lills No. 1. . mills
Oaik Grove No. 6 . mills
Ora No. 12.
SPeCial !ScKhools -Youngs TowNei.hip.
Youngs No. :' .. .. .. .. .. .. ; , i m IlI.
Youngs No. 2 .
Youngs No. - . . mills
Younicgs No. F. . ils
Fountain Inn No. 3111 .. .. .. -,il
laiford No. 10 . . i s
Ora No. 12 . . mills
Youngs No. m . ills
Central No. 6 . .ills
Youngs No. 7 . . ccills
SPecial Schools-Dials Township.
Green Pond No. I .. ..7 mills
Dials No. 2 ..... .8% mills
Shiloh No. 3 .. ..m..........-1 ills
Gray Court-Owings No. 5 12 mills
larksdale No. 6 ut............mills
Dials Church No. 7 ..1.......I mills
Fountain Inn No. 3B ......11 mills
Merna No. 8 ............2 mills
Dials No. 4 ........ ...1 mills
Special Schools-SuallIvan Township
Mt. Bethel No. 2 ..m.........:, mills
Princeton No. I..........s mills
Popla r Springs No. 3 .. .. .. I mills
I Ickory 'Tavern No. 17...... mils
Ilrewerton No. 7 .. .. .... ... i,
Sullivan Township R R Bonds .: hi. I.
Morna No. S..................1i! s
S ecial Sclools -\Vaterlon T -
Waterloo No. 1.1........
.\It. Gallagher No. I...... .
Bethlehem No. 2
IkNom No. 3
Cetnerpoint No. I .
\I . 'leasant No. 1.
\lt. Obvc No. 7
IlSchools- I s T
Cro-s 1101 No. 1:I.
ro.s 111:1 No. I .
C'ro Hill No. 2
ross Hlill N o. 1 .
c I ll No. 5
Irosuc li il o 6 .c. . .
( o i s Hill No. I .
Speial Schools-- Iln1i er To,
\lu nllltvis Ni. 16.
Ilunt1 aer No. 2 .......
I uter No. 3 .. ......
linton No 5 .... ..
lanter No). s........
\\aiswoorih No. 41 .
l ll ter No. I). ......
Spcclal ISchools -.hteks T
ltlll.c No. .. .. .... .. .
Sluican(i e No. 25 .
.lOcks No. 3........
.lacks No. .1 . ......
Spec(ial Schools, Scullietk ov. n ,
Imangston Churh No. :1.
1utiletow\t No. Io . .. ..
LaInford No. W .........
Ora No. 12 .. .. .. .. .
Seulleown No. 2 .. .. ..
Fwutileto\\n No. -A .. .. .
Prlomlpt 01l ton wll . - 1
th1os'. who wish to pay thcir TI
throli gh thl e 11 1ail by zel ck. <ill. iei.
I'ersons sending in lists o", '.
to he taken off are requested 1o . '.d
them early; ind give lie Towii hiJp of
each, as the Treasurer Is ve!\ hus!
during the month of Deembir
ROSS I). YOUNG.