Newspaper Page Text
The looks of the County Treasure'
w'lbe opened for the collection of
Stali', County and Coimutation Road
Taxcs for fiscal year, 191, at thle
T'1e.ItU i-or's ollice f-roi October 15t
lo I;e,4einber :llst, 1915. After Decem
Iir !- one per cent will be added.
:- .!anua 3ry : . t'vo er cenit will
to ad d. amd a-ter February 28tli.
s na -, per1 )(1 cent( will bie athded till thle
Ill iay o .larch, 1916, whenl the
hi 1 \\ill he closed.
AI', persos.. owinIllnlg property in
more Ihl ono Townsii are reqCuest
c< opi aIII for receipts in each of the
Sev I al Townships ill which the pro
loterly is locntedl. This Is Important,
as ilitional cost and penalty may be
All ale-hodierd male citizens be
tween the ages of 21 and 60 years of
a:g atre liable to pay a poll tax of
S t Ar < xcept. old soldiers, who arc
e eilpt at 50 years ol age. Commuita
tion iload Tax $1.50 inl lieu of road
'I le Tav levy is as follows:
For -ate pur .. es .. .. .. ..7 mills
-or CoIist iut ioalil School Tax 3 mills
)rdinary Counity lurpo es :F%- mlills
Fr Intirs< -,rt Railroad lontds I mill
1' : load and I idg;e lionds 4 Imills
Tlotal...... .........8%t mills
Speci! ScoolsLaurns Twnlshipl.
ui.: 'ia iNo. I .... .. ... .7 --2 mills
Tiniti No. 1 ........8 mills
.\~ le s No., 2 .1. . . . mills
.Nar-h- No. 3 ............5 mills
Iai oy No. 1 .... ...... ..1 mialls
. .No.... ..........2 mills
( <I No .. ..2 mills
Oir No. 12..............4 mills
S"Iccial , hAmoh Y ounI gs Tow-niship.
Volum Ni. :, .. .. .. .. .. ..I mflls
Younv: No . I mills
Y nnms.-; No. I ..........7 nlills
Youns Noi. -5............- mills
Founinin Inn No. Ill .... ..II mills
Lanoreid No. 10 .. ..........% Iaills
Ora No. 12.... .. .... .. ..1 inlls
YoinIg No. .. .... .. ....3 mills
( it I raI No. 1 ...... .. ... .2 mills
Youngs No. 7 ............8 mills
Special Sciools Dials Township.
G rein Pond No. I..... ...7 mills
)i:uls No. 2............. ..8% mills
Shiloh No. 3............4 mills
Gray Court-Owings No. 5 ..12% mills
liarksdale No. G ..........5 mIlls
l)ials Church No. 7........4 mills
Folulilnle 111n No. 311 ......11 mills
.\lra iNo. 8 ............2 mills
: No. -I............4 mills
Sjl-13 co' Slia Township
.\ll. Ih-tliel No. 2 .. .. .. .. ..3 m ills
lrii ton No. 1 .. ........8. mills
'o,8ar Springs No. : ... .....I 1illS
Li 1o;Y Taverni No. 17 ..... .8 mills
IIh wertim No. 7 ..A........4 mills
i. ii:'n Township it It Ilonds 3 mills
. rna No. S..............2 mills
I School --Watorloo 'I'oiwnslip
\\' ' loo Noi.. mills
a her No. 1........; mills
hem No. 2.......... mills
o .. .... ..I iills
Cinipoint. No. 4 .. .. .2 mills
0..n HI e 1 t No. 5 ...A.... . mills
.t. I'!'asant No. 6 .... .. ..2 miiills
(live No. 7 ..........5 mills
ti1wcal Sch''s - Cross 11111 Township
till No. 13 .... .. ..7 mills
1ross IMlii No. 1 .........2 mIlls
(ross I lill No. 2 ...... ..2 mills
C,Is I Mli No. , .. .......2 mills
('Ir.( )lill No. 5 .. .. .. ..4 nilis
C!ro-s 1lill No. 6 .. .. .. ..u 'il9s
Cro.: Hill No. 3 . .. ..2 mills
Si'i<u:iI Schools----llunterI Tlownshlip
ilount~e ville' No. it6... .. .. ..9 mills
lluie -r~ No. E .. ..........4 mills
ll etr No. 3.. ..........I mills
(Clinton No. 5 ...........6 mIlls
1llunitir No. 8 .. ...........3 muillls
WVadIsworthl No. 4 .........2 mills
llanterc No. I .. . . ... ...2 mills
SpiecialI Schools-.acks T1o wnshuip
(bdl'll Nio. 13.. ...........3 mills
lui enne lii No. IS .. .. .. .. ills
Ii uly (rove No. 2.. .......3 mills
.laas No. 3 .................5 nills
.hI Ni. .. ...........3 mills
Il.n ijon ihirchi No. .....n mills
I I1Hlin Na .. .. ..2 inills
: fdNi. I0 L..... ..... ...II nills
l..... .............I mnill.
wni No, 2 .... ..... mills
.S b >'iN. I..............I miills
II 'en ion will bell giveni
b i i e:na i ch ' .ek, ! mny r
t < ri: e.l -ive the~ TIownshlip o'
lar-h, as thie Tremasurer. is very busy
* -:Iii iljiI i(SS Ii. Yii 'NG
('oilt sy TrlesurierI.
O( t ob r 1. li . td.
"TH IEOLD RE.lA E3LE"
AT YOUR DOlUGGIST.
S Imnpsoni, Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
PromuJt A ttentionu Oiren All Ilusinesus
WIAI Pracie ~oIn all State Couris
N. 11. Dl.AIL A. ']. TFODl
DIAL & TODD
Attornucys ni Enw
En terpisie Bank Jluiddinugs,
Laiurenis, 8. ('.
I CT j.3 l'N AT LL COlJHr~s
Mfonr' to loI,u n 11iteal Estaite-LJong
UPPERs AN) LOWNlleJA iO E T'
TO CONVENE NEXT.MONDAY
Increse li Iepu 11 blican Members WIN,
Necessitjate a Change in Party Iatio
Washington, November 28.-Org~an
Ization of he 0ith1 Congress, which
CoIve1es next. Monday, will be.il to
Iorrow. Senate Deinocrats hol their,
catics at noon and at the ;alv1e hour
ways and Invanls eluirnitt ee Dhlnocrats'
o the Ilouse will uidertake the task
of pareelingu 0111,conit tte recoin
Tolnight every train broght 00, to
Walingtonl scores of Sellatol's and
lIepreetlatives who had postponed
their coming until after Thanksgiving.
The Senate catt s will be called to
order by Senator Kern, th1e con1ference
chaimanI. )aily sessions througlou0t
tile week are expected. A special com
11111tee. Which has had revision of the
rilles Ilider Conl sideratIol for several
m1oniths, will report 10coimendatios,
in(u(inig . a muodified form of2 cloture
on deobate2 designed to prevent 1ndless
filibiusters. It. I1 believed a In1aji t2y
of te Deinoemrats will favor somife form
of clotru e 11111 Organ1iza I loll w(ork of
the ellate majority Is not, expected to
precipilate anly clashA1es. Ileads; of com
n1iite's ipoll which w'ill all the lmajolr
portion of2 work for 111 co1ing sesi
will not. lx- dis111rbed. Selator 'ill
n1:111, of Cuh ('arolina, wIl r110 ain
chairiaishipof th naval1 are
.hainberlainl. of Oregon, ilPtary af
fair.i; Stone., of .\isouri, forc+ien recla
tios;Siemns Nor th Ca rolina,
uninance; Ove:-man i, NorthI CarIo Ilina,
rl'es; Owen, Oklahoima, batllkin.. and
ar 'relicy'l ; My.ls, lontana, piblic
lands: li(ichcock, Nebraska, Philip
pin1e lalrls; C(ulherson, Tlexa, judi
elary; Newland,s Nevada, interstate
co(1lmre, and Martin, Virginia, ap
The retirement of Senators 1Root and
1111'ton crentes I wo Imnportant lepub
Ilean vacancies in tile foreign rela
Most. of the Important vacanlcies to
be filled in oeliir committees also 0V
(.itur oil Ihe Repuiblian side. Comm it
t plaCes n1ust be foilnd by tile DeIn
orals for six new members, 'nder
wvood, Alabana : Phelan, California;
lBeckhamn, Kenitucky; lroitssvd, Lou
isiana; .lohnson,. South 1)akota, and
Work of, reorganlizationl inl the Hiouse
L; a greater ta4sk. owing to the redue
tion of, the Dllinoeratie e ierhp
Not liy are many of the I)'lno'ratic
va(allvi0s left oil ost of the ilpor
tallt commillt'es, but increas4 inl ie
inblca I A1(.11 Ikinuber N.wil neI11ces:<itate.
elhanllpilg t le parly ratio on nearly all
co nii Itt es. Few challges iln chair
linanships of' the principal coituittees
are conI1emplated, however.
One of thle I1o1(t in'portan t tasks the
ways and m1ans Coim1ittee has Is
fite reorganization of lie comlIttee
on naval affai's In view of the defelc'
programmeil. Thellre are five 13emoi-1
vntic vacancies oil tIhe cominIt tee,
thir0e advocates and two opponlts of
naval inIcrease 8 hlav'ing beenl ret Iired,
I 1obson1, (of Alabama; Lee, (If Penn~sy'l
vania;11 Geriry, of Rthode Island, andl
flathrick, of 01110, were not re-elected.
Rlepresentati ve Witherspoon, of '\is
s18isipI died a few dlays ago. RItepre
HCentat.ive Padgeti, of Tennessee will
retatin thle cha111irmansh1111p.
Itepre~sen1tativye Ilany, of Vi rginila, will
firs1 , Flitz/gerald1, (If New Yorkh. apprio
I)ria1tions11; 1"Ioyd, (If \'irginia, foreign
affairs1'5; (lass, (of \'ginlia, blankhing
lina, .liudiciary, a1114 .\lexander'i, of .lis
Why, chn Yourinair
1(444s1 i l in e tomorrow111 I'l o make(114 i
ano'theri (ffare to gre onst, or
of aiigdale 1 syst(i to' recomm2 12end to1
11Co'ngress. 8113 ( ke I ollt I'
lokig air~n dot towar p3 12 ruCna
youthfuIil 'Sea 18nt 212l till' 110( re'l
Iatnihin0 14o7realizeIhow t ulnIieht 11heI'
It 18a8111iens of 1 lheshai Cis) aolledo
byl the a w(e11 10ive1 fit. 1(41181
5l1 l 10v ning i n r1(hirn t , ttentio
ha(irs beati' l ami12 14( ('luxuriantl4' as s h
Kveryiwoman who1'el al es the beau-111113
should'0 make liet. 'l oyer broke hall-t
to fre174 uently appl'H'':, 'y a littl Pa iian
with'1 te finger (7'ipslO~l
bot ir and & scal. VvItj(1 fed and
UELPED RESCIUE PEOPLE,
'Polls of Ileatrtroding Scones Caused
by AppleairancI e 1Of SIbseat Hoat Fly
ing the Turkisli Flag.
New York, Nov. 28.-A Turkish sub
luarin e stopped the liii isli passenger
ship l-rlos in the .\lediterraneanll,
and ac'ter I I ty-five personis had
bell drowied, helped rescu e mally of
the 250 passengers who had gone ov
erboar(d, acoc rding to Kleanor Frank
lin1 l'ganl, an eye-witness, who arrilved
today on the steanship New Yoik.
The larulos, according to Mrs.
iM'an, who is a writer returning from
a six-1110thIs' trip tllrough Sout hern
Mu lrope, left. Piraeis for Alexandra
October 2. The ship flew the Urlt ish
lag, but her crew was Greek. 'The
iassengers, mostly third class, were
chiefly Greks and Orientals.
Vhel about live Ilours south of
Crete, the ship picked up two boats
containing lhe crew of the liritish
st(allship Sailor Prhince, which had
been sunk by a submiaine.
Il Harlos, Mrs. I'gan said, car
ried only four lire ioats, each with
at <a for thirty ersons. Excite
111(nt following tie picking up11 of the
crew of the Sailor 'rince was at fever
lial wilienI suddelnly a subilrinlile came
1o the surface about Iwo miles distant
:111d fired a shot over tile liarillos.
".1an~ wild panie broke loose"
sah .\rs ~n."Led by thev crew'% an1d
ihe Itir' room force, tie passllgels
IshIled for tlie boats. Women, unable
to get. to tile boats, threw their chil
drien ilito the sea and jmlliped afler
Ihel. iFrigltened sailols cut thle i'op(s
holding the sIall boats, and whllen
the boats crashed into the water three
of the six weie swampi led and emilptIed
of Ileir huiman loads.
"I was at tile Iail whr I the subma
rine appeared, and 1 starled back to
wards the sairs leading below and
was caught in til' rsh and literally
forced over the sile into the sea. I
had a har-d titue to kevep above the wa
tel, niy dillichltes; leing aggravated
by the stLrggle. of othelrs.
"It seelled th 1.1 had 110 (o11or
struck the water I1han ille subillarile
appeared~ underl IIh( I-ow of ourtsip
onl her. dvvik I saw a nmbr or men
with an oillicer wholl I look t1) ble 11
Auistriainll. T11.- sbiwil ihib I hiw l i-r
callaps;ible lifeLoat out, and thw sub
111arill (.riw wele ' pulling people oult
of the water onto her deicks. The of
(ive1r was holding uip his hands, shoult.
ing to 11i- peopli in Ihe water to 1e
canl. I beard him say ill perftel iIug
lish: 'Pol God's sake go back to your
shi), we ale not 1nurde~ers.
Picked U'p byi i'ehoat.
"13y this time I had worlked1 my way
som1e dista nee fl th1 11e sh!i, and was
picked till by one1 of the lifeboals.
"The first of tIhe pallic over, We
rowed back to tihe HaIllos and were
taken aboald. Women and hildrenl.
many in hysterical shape, (owded in
tile submarine, which r'elai ned along
side. When aIll the rescud were 1A
turnued to thle I arunlos, a toll showed
thait I wenlty-five wer'e miissIng, foulr
1001n chiildren, seven womeln andl foulr
mlen. Two of the latter were Brltish
sailors froml 11he SaIlor Pr'inee, who
lost their' lives dIving overboard rescu
"'in adiltion)1 to thle twenOlty-five
drown1~'1ed manyS were wounded. Several
wer'e taken inito the submareine and1(
Itreated bly our sh11p doctour, whoi went
abioard ait thle inivitat ion of the subm~la
.\ilts. i*:,anI said lhe wit nessed many
Ihva rt ren'lding sc'enes'.
"One0 woll.n 1n,"' sihi SI iid, "who hadti
lust her 110 thre l chilre by throwing
an I ilnfanl, was wlonI i almo.! ixhauIlstedi
tringV' to cling toi the1 sits (if tile
ship. A roe~ was thriiown into0 1h0r
handsl~, bu1t Ilookinig up1. .lhe exolainied
iln Enli sh: 'I on1't mlindi me1. I lie
enre fo' nii e . I lel p som1e one ielse.'
"WithI 1these wordls sihe Ipassedl thle
roplil li anothIer' wVoman andi, with her1
habhe in her armls, sank.
"Th'le rescued((I ritis sailor1111s pr1ovedl
hero'es. Theily not, on13'lyrieu to (11uel1
"One shlot was firedl by thle su bma
r11n0. Sihe remained alongside for
five hours11, or unt1 il all plossibile rescues0
had been1 mlade, and the wounded~u had
been aittendiied. Sile thlen diisap11peared
undellr the water andi we proc00eede to
Alexaindr'a withiout further' Incident.
"I1 did not learn heri name11 0or desig
nat ing numb11 er, bit she w"as one of thec
ilrgest boats or her kind I have ever
50e11. Thell (apt aini of thle Sallor Pilnce
told me1 tihat i 'he(reogize/d hler as the
one flhat had1( sun1k hIs shipl som1e hours
preOvious, ailthoullghI at. Ithait time1, lie
sab li, slie flew theit Austrian color1s. 1 for
ideck arma111men t. con sist ed of two 1'2
iIounlders5, whlichi were iln p~lain sIght.
waV:s given t wenty minu11tes to got her1
crew 11nto tile boats before she was
sun1k by niine shots fIiredl inito her
I ead for teearl,
I With practical gifts for Grar
mother, Mother, Sweetheart, Sist
I.Wife, Father, Grandfather, Frir
Son, Brother and Hubby.
We take both pride and pleasure in showv
our fine display of Christmas Footwear
o men's wearables---and by the way is there a
Ithing that would make a more practical and i
sible Christmas Gift for anybody than a selec
from our Choice lines of Excellent Shoes
0 men's wearables.
.\lO 11ill1it FA11ill4,1it
I SW\\I- VT I IAl10T Warmn Dath Riobe
0 SIST111it Smloking .Jacket
\ I PN ' th Robe
Bedroom Slpper lil
Piath Rtobe Underwear
0ShIIo es FuIlt
Overcoat I aI U B1 f
0 . 1 ~~loslery 1i aw os
lath Iobes I al8
01oves Silk Hose
Iland(erclliefs Smoking Jacket
Shoes Auto G aitlets
I laOvelove t
I All Gifts in Individual Christmas Boxes.
Our Shoes Are Best
b Aa G l o ano T
(Exeutiv OffecsCincnnat, O i ND
IN JI~iL~LJ .T 'e FEW DYSe
Sell iii Trav.,ers' lSets
lllil~ aeAlat G ve
I Aller(hii Gift o.lin rindviut tisma oxs
I Wi l s onSEI I T n
\0iet ( Executive Oile, Cicna.,O i.
Phon S. Me . & E1vi '.. ike & o105ai am0n ota0.r o
Wm Knae INE, FntmREE and .,
laudden & 0alesAAlaana.
SprerGrnrCo.alit\acIt tc omhrlotte.
REP AIR, TINWA REFETnd
OLDKltN PIANOSMD OE
la T in ODv en o.. andyston.y
plChriontman Co p, w Yor.si o lok loin vu(,adfrbe
HeAn anldYOU bics0,a Rc olgo h :n rtnu aho
PeeaiNO ha EXAM-tc yacldwtri: hc lm'hsb
Spean ci alist. diatierilv~ Stoc to.hrlte
State of South Caroina
('ont o LurnI
INCOR O CMONP 0A
public~ outh toighet bdde a
De cmber Oext beOMMaONda the 6th
dayk of Gray ot, duringthefga
hourDs ftorduch stals, the folnowngt e.
PArsuthe thro acree or thed Coung
bingth abod staute( can wilsonshap
Cboutcryn Stote forestiddrfllows
1.Alls tha IIot or C.arce1 o leand
knowbrnexsteing D. toddard thoet
dlac otaimntuing -thre n oea
hourfo Guch2 ares, moe follwr dess
Allde ton the norat of land, lfing,
eOings and sitt L. Stdard, onhe
Couthy ands otat a jor.Stodad ando~
1. All that. lot or iparcel of land
paconta ining ifty -- re and one-h
haf( 1-2)rs mre ore ors loned
l)indon the north 3 lanis of .f.d
dardig anl . .Soddart, on the s
nsou thi by lands of It, j1. Stoddarad
ind thl e west y lands o f.1 A . ret
2. All that, loat or pa rel of land
kon as i thet A-lill rat lontahou ngl
nine (9) acres, miore or bless, bounidedl
on thet north, bys lands sofut. fy Stod
of iJd anW . I and wet by th Ilitchs
0i~lSt h bey laknon ias he Stoddard
M.ill a tracto are fln
antob pas tweMlve trm onta from
date of aces, mheoredi ortssiontoie
sofre by bondulre and wetgg f the te
iurcaeriIn ove theW id i prtmiser,
beingi oregal Onestf dath, walh
ave to purcadr twelvpay h fntro
bId in cash. 10 per cent attorneys
fee In ease of suit or' collection. Puir..
chaser to pay for papers and stamps,
if the termis of sale are not compled
with, the landl to be resold on same or
Rome ubs5etlient Salesday on same
ternis, at rIsk of former puirehaser.
C. A. P'O~ilCR
C. C. C. P. nnd C. S., Laurens, S. C.
D~ated, this Nov. 11. 1015. 17--3t
Food for Thotueht.
An authority on the hubje'et sayv
mn should stop eathin' for a wvhiile andJ
think. SOnle imtm, un11 th Ie clreeAr
8tances., f'ould mer Iy sto 51)Iuni
enough 6 bwondeor 'KheCe the next
meal was to come.