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The Books of the County Treasurer
Vill be opeled for the collection of
State, County and Commutation Road
Tuxes for fiscal year, 1915, at the
Treasurer's ollice from October 15th
to December 31st, 1915. After Decem
ber ol st one per cent will he added.
After January 31st, two per cent w il
be add*, and after February 28th.
seven wt* cent will be added till the
15th day of .larch, 1016, when the
books will be clo.ed.
All persons owning property in
more ihan one Township are request
ed to call for receipts in each of the
several Towilhips in which the pro
perty is located. This is important,
as additional cost and penalty may be
All able-bodied male citizens be
tween the ages of 21 and 60 years of
age are liable to pay A poll tax of
$1.00 exceit old soldiers, who are
excniii l at 50 years of age. Comm inut a
tion load Tax $1.50 in lieu of road
'I lie Tav Levy is as follows:
For State purposes .. .. .. . .7 mills
For 01situtional School Tax 1 mIlls
Ordi nary County Purposes 3%li mills
For Ilutorest on Railroad B(onds 1 mIll
For Rload and Bridge 1onds 4 mills
Total 8..............1 mills
Special Schools-Laurens Township.
Lauirens No 11.. .. ... ...7 , mills
Trinily-liid No. ..........mIlls
Mladdens N....... ..... nills
Narni ie No. : .............5 mills
BaLey No. 1 ..4..........4 mills
Mills No............. ..2 mills
Oak o No G ..........2 mills
Oira No. 12 .. .. ...........I mills
Special niools- -Youngs Tow nship.
1011 No. .. .. .. .. ... ..I . 1mll
Youn 11 No. 2 .. ...... ..I . iis
Youii ., No. ........ ..7 mills
Yo 0in". No. ... .. ....1 mill
Fomua ii n n No. 'Il .. .. .. i Mill11.
Lanii oi N. , .. .. .. .. ....mi
Ora No. 12..................... mils
You1ng- No. t ..... .. mills
Ceniral I No. 6 .. .. .. .. ......hmt
Young., No. 7 ............. mil
Speint Svclooh:-- -)ials Township.
Green l'ond No. 1 .... ..7 mills
Dials No. 2 .. . . . mills
Shilohi No. 2.. ........ ..I mills
Gray Coril-Owings No. 2 . . 12 uills
Barksdale No. C........... mills
Dials Yhunrch No. 7 ..i......4 mills
Fountain Inn No. !!11.. ... .11 mills
Morna No. 8 .............2 mills
Dials No. I.. ..J........4 mills
Special Schoo's-Sullivan T.ownslhip
Mt. Hethel No. 2 ..........3 mills
Princeton No. 1. ....8 mills
Poplar Springs No. 3 ......4 mills
Hlckory Tavern No. 17 ....8..8 mills
Brewerton No. 7 .. .. .. .... mills
Sullivan Township It It Bonds 3 mills
Merna No. S ............2 mills
Special Schools-Waterloo Township
Waterloo No. 1.1 .'.1..... 1 mills
Mt. Gallagher No. 1A........ mills
Bethlehem No. 2 ..A........ mills
Ekom No. 3 .. .. .. .. .. .. mills
CetInerpoint. No. 1 ........2 mills
Oakville No. .... .. .. mills
Mt. Pleasant No. 6 ........2 muills
2.lt. Olive No. 7...........5 mills
Special Schoo!s- Cross l ill TIownhipI
Cross 1111 No. 1:1........7 mills
Cross Ilill No. 1 .... .. ..2 mills
Cross 11H]1 No. 2 .. .. .. .. 2 mill. ;
Cross IHill No. 1 ........2 mill
Cross Ilill No. 5 A......... mills
Cross Hill No. C ........: .uills
Cross Hill No. '.. .... ..2 iills
SpecIal Schlools-l hnt er Town ship
Mountvil le No. I6 (.........9 mills
Hunter No. 2 .................41 nills
Hunter No. 3 ...... ....... mills
Clinton No. 5.... .. .. .. ..6..mills
Hunter No. S .. ...........3 mill11
Wadsworth No. 41.........2..mills
Hunter No. 1 ........ .....2 mills
Special Schools-Jlacks Townshi
Odells No. 6 .. ...........3 mills
Hurricane No. 15 .........3 mIlls
Shady Grove No. 2 .........3 mills
Jacks No. 3 .. ...........5 mil1l1
Jacks No. 4 .. ..........3.mills
Special Schools, Scuiffletown Township
Langston Church No. 3 . . . . . .3 mIlls
Sculicetown No. 1.. .......2 mIlls
Lanford No. 10 .. .........6%A mills
Ora No. 12..................1 mIlls
Sctilliclown No. 2.. ....... mills
Setilleto No. 41.. ......4. mIlls
Promlpt attention will he given
those who wIsh to pay their Taxes
through the mail b~y check, money or
Persons sending In lists of anmes
to 1)e taken oftflare reclueste d to send
themi early;,and give the Td wnship) of
each, as tho Treasurer lis very bus~s
during the month of December.
ILOSS D). YOUNG,
October 13, liion.-td.
AT YOUR DRUGGIST.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
PromPt AttentIon Given All Biness
WU.1 Practice in all Staite Coulrts
N. B. DIAL A. C. TODD
, DIAL. & TODD
Attorney. at Law
Enterprise Bank Buiddings,
Laurens, S. C.
PRLACTICE~ IN ALL. COURTS
,Noney to Loan on Real Estato-Long
A Few Hours Real
Pleasure in the
T E bright
light of the
makes reading and
sewing real pleas
ures these evenings.
The Rayo gives a
steady light that
can't hurt the eyes.
It rcquircs almost
noI attecintion. Its
sinplicity' of design
makes it easy to
keep clean. You
don't have to re
move the shade to
igh t it--just lift the
gallery and touch a
match. Most con
VeCnient - most
eflicient - most
Use Aladdin Security
Oil or Diamond White
Oil to obtain best results
in Oil Stoves, Lamps and
The Rayo is only one
of our many products
especially suitable for
use on the farm.
Standard Hand Separator
Mica Axle Grease
E.ureka I Harness Oil
Matrhiess 1,iquid Gloss
If yo dr dtaler does not
carry them, write to
our neVi-st station.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
WR~lington. D. G Chirotte. N. C.
N:ficon. V. Charlestn. - . .
Spells of momentary blindness on
stooping or rising suddenly, bad
breath and a tired, lazy feeling
are symptoms of a torpid liver
and a torpid liver is the prime
cause of most of thts serious dis
eases that affect the human body.
TJo get rid of bilious impurities
and restore activity in the liver
you ne~ed a close of
DR. M. A. SIMMONS
The Old Original Llivcr Powder
For more than sixty years this.
grand old remedy has been used
by the people of/this country for
all disorde rs in tle liver, stomach
and bowels. '1 is a powerful.
liver stimulagit, stomach and
bowel purifier.' It never fails to
give results. It coatainus no alco
hol, no salts or calomol, no sick
ening-sweet syrup to nauseate
the stomach. It is a pure, whole
some, strictly herbal medicine
thot acts quickly and naturally.
leaving the system cleansed and
healthful. Dr. M. A. Simmons'
Liver Medicine is now piut up in
a handsome lithographed tin box.
Aek for the Tin Box
Price 26 Cent.
C. F. Simmons Medicine Co.
ST. L.OUIS, MO.
(. t1. Featherstone W. B. Kntight
FEA'1'fEl(STO'NE & IN(IHT
Attorneys at Jaw
Laurons, 8. C.
i YBusJn pas intrusted to Our Carc
Will 111n1e Vromu tt and Careful A tten
Olltice oter Palmetto Bank
Mr. Iea 1hersiono wIll 51pend( Wednes
dlay of ach wanek in LTumens.)
PLENTY OF COWS
Chairian Lee and Clemson -Men Make
Inspectlon of Proposed Spartanburg
Spartanburg, Dec. 2.-J. B. Lee,
chairman of the subscription commit
tee of the co-operatitve creamery, and
Messrs Nelson and Converse, of Clenm
son college, spent yesterday working
oil two routes froimi Campobello in the
interest, of the proposed local cream
ery. They canvassed two routes, the
lirst being the east route from Camipo
bello by Pacolet river to North Paco
let river, and the other being the west
route, which runs beyond Alotlow's
schoolhouse back by Gowensville road.
On these two routes they found 16.5
cows whose owners would ship cream
tle local creamery.
lr. Lee said last night that on the
Pelzer road there were 65 cows which
would flurnish cream for the local
creamiery; on the Fountain 1111 route
70 cows, and on the Simpsonville
route 80 cows, making a total, includ
ing tle Calinpobello route, of <180
cows. Inl addition to this, Mr. Lee
estilmiates that. routes can be estal>
lished from Wellford, Woodruff, Paui
ine, White Stone, Aloore, Switzer and
(reer, ald that in all there will be
rl. Lee said tha t ole tlinilig which
illressed hi yesterday was the fact,
that at. iarly every hoiiie visitcd
the farmers sZpoke of their ifilk-fed
4Ihickenll; aid pigs.
Thlwee will be a ileetiming of the
crealiery cominittcc, composed of .1.
I". Leo0, It. If. Hlarry anld .1. I1. Can
not), ali 1 o'clck this morning in
the olliev of Mlr. 1.00. Th'le conuniitlee
i.i very ninicih graitied over the pros
to Ile local reamtiiery.
I'Oh),% NEE-0 .\TT-:NTIO.N.
Intlernial throat and chest troublos
produce inihiammation. irritation. sore
n(5ss or swcl lilg anld uliss chlcked
a1l olce are likely to lead to s(rioas
troul-h'. Caulght inl tilm! Dr. I ell1's
lilne-Tar-lioncy loosenis Ithe pilcgl
anid destroys the gerls wilieb have
scilled ill the throat" or nose. I t i
soothilng anmd lialinig. l'ine Is ant is-ip
tie: honey is soot lin 1g: ---bot h1 togtler
possess excellent medicinal qiualities
for fighting Col( germs. Insist oi .)r.
)Iell's I'ine-Tar-lioney. 25e all drug
Ladies who exierlence a feeling of
liervoulsless, exhaustion and painful
internal sympltomns n ee( the tinie re
Storative effect. of Mlt. SI 1.\lON'S
SQIUAW VANN' WI.MN. It Is a woman's
iledicin1e. It Is especlally prepared
to overcome tle evil efftect of irregl
laritles, heart palpitations ald weak
nieas due to thlie alilments to which the
fclal body is subiect. Pribe $1.00
peri bottle. Sold by all druggisis.
Tlimely Poin ters fill Orcard 111111d
(I):-cembe-r (; to 12.)
lla8ve you ordere( a s(t of prullilL
Ioo:;? It v.ill sooln h finlie to begin
the winlter prunin111g.
store( cannia anld dalroots and
guidioluts bulbs Iin a cool place, cov
cring them witi dry Salid.
Preplar bc othbods now for grow
winiiter month s.
ImIlmedialely aftIer translanting
grape vines, ('ut them hack to with
in thiiree or four Incihes of the groun td.
lIeI sur ie that all wIre labels are re
miovedl from treces when they arec
planted, so later they illh not cut thle
balk, doing serIous damage.
In set lIig out frliu .t trees he sure
to dIg wide, dheelp holes for thenm.
Trees wIll not1. thrtive If their roots are
A fter thle last soil Is placed arounid
celery for blanching, cover thle tolls
w~ithi strawv or' leaves as a protection
('lt, scion wvood now for winter and~
ear13 ly cprng graftIing. In the ease of
appilles and pears It Is well to use one0
year-old wood fromn bearing triees.
It Is well to keep a permailnenit reeC
old of onie friut orchards. Thls roe
0o(d should show thle locatIon, the va
iety'*andl thle date of planting of each
t ree.-wF. .1. Crider, Asso. H ortiiult urist
e yours warting for you
if course we can supply
li uanities---wholesale or
It. has *D Ip,tIIaon.
We have at prophet here in town, andI
he Is niot wIthout hionor' even among
hiome folks. The town loves himt, hon
ors blin, waits ulpon hIs words.
Dr. J. D).. Pltta is finishing the
course. Is body Is no longer strong
andl on his fine 01ld faco there are
lines that only long andl close asso
ciation with G0(d could trace.
Thoso who (10 not hear him In
church find a sermon In hIs presence
on the streets anid a benedletion ini his
There are many to say that if the
time comes when he is no longer able
t~o pireach, the town must and wvIll con
Inue to pay ils salary for' time honor
of havIng him In the village.--Foun
tain Tnn Trihbune
SECOND PHASE DEVELOPS
IN BALKAN CAMPAIGN
Wit One Part of Work Disposed of,
Teutons 3May Turn to British and
French In the South-Stil Much
C(onafuaslion as to DIipalomaittic Side.
London, Dec. 3.--The second phase
of the Balkin cainpalign is developiig
slowly. With the conclusion of oper
ations against the Servians and the
occupation of .1onastIr it is believed
the whole Dulgarian army, when
the weather permits, will attempt to
drie tI lIriLtirI and Freidh out of
southern Serv a, while the Austria.3
continue their efforts to overrun Alon
tenegro and the Germans, aided by
the Turks and what Bulgarians and
Austrians can be spared, turn their
attentibn to the Russians, who again
are reported to have cntered Rouma
nian territory on their way .10 Ilulga
A report from France that part of
of the. German army will go to the
tle Germani armny will go to the (al
lipoli lieninsula to assist the Tu.ks
in a great elfort to drive tle allies
from the peninsula is hardly credited
in miilitary circles here, where it is
not believed they can spare the mie,
g us and amin mu nit ion. The Turks, it
Is trile, have beeni displaying iiore
activity recently in (lie . iirdaielles
bit tils they ae ielieved lo lmvt
lI'en doing iore with I muniionb
which they have bell collectilig durii'
ilg t lle (iulet pelilod lha witI any
rehsuppiies from Gernunly,
liust lluik. onl tlh iamlthe \est of
!it. Nlinjiunbn borti-er, welladsd
Il.'olons 1wre heilive, is to be tMe
polilt. of1 crnicctrati on for tlie (,er
iians, boti a. a wanin : to lioiuumaia
(li:r it woud h1 lie dane11ros for iI
to.,oin Ihv entent allies andii to laer
any iissian advance.
There is conliet in sI i'culatlion le r
regarding the posito of Grecev. Somec
dilspavlis say a mulsfactory agree
ment has been reach h(1(1ieteen ih
allies <1i1i the ih-llenie coligress;
others aver that tle situaiol is u
The hav ee b ni nolii imort de
velopmiuelnts on tlie Russian, Itallan
or l'renCh fronts, although tlie Ital
lans claim some inlnor succesrses hi
their cailpaign uaaist tle Austrians,
Naturally inuch interest. is d isplayel
in the pleace talk eltannating from
neutral countries aiid the proposed
debate in the reicistag next weelt
when tile iMi erial chancellor is to bc
asiked whether lie Is prepared t(
state the terms oi whiaichi Gernan
woulld suggest plallig the iestion o1
a futiure lurlope in the hands of dliplo.
From ielther Oh pres s nior1 th(
public does le talk of ending t(I
war fintd nCOUir ageen (ut. The dail.
i persji"i and tlhe wek(v review
reitiierato that hi w 1r Irust conimlii0
ulntil Gemany is dfloi:ted.
l'auninr FriI Trees.
T'le alm1 of every grower, even Il
onily a Ilow irees arei to be0 hadi
shion Id b)e to produlce ann! iual cr~oIs a
igh aility fruti I. Ti s is Iinmposs il
unless systematIc Iruinaihg is prac
ticedl. The work of praininag cannzot hi
leaaraedl In a dany. In the begInnIng
one0 must exercIse a little commiot
sonse, andl In a short while thle aa
will 1)e actaIured. FIrst-class tools ar<
lndlspenisable. Secture a prunIng saw
hand shears, and a pailr of long
hadld lppers. Study Ihe nvidld
unl tree and (1ec1(1 uplon the Parts te
be removed' before begInning to work
Th'le Ipeach can be severely ptrune<
each season. ThIs is essentIal In or
d~er to keep the hearIng surface clos
to the ground. An open1 center trei
is most deslrable. Each wInter re
move fromi oane-thlrdl to t wo-thir'd
of the past. season's growth. Thb
growth of the pecachi Is always pre
rsi ive, and~ iuless kepit in borud
the frtting wood willl he far abov
grouind,-a brush 1)110 In the air.
Due to the wldespreadl ravages c
the fire blIght, care should be exercia
Uho1sthie pruning of the pear tree
>se varIetles of appiIles that ar
yOUl ifllble. ThIs dhIsease is exceed
reOtail- est ruictivye to tender, suceuletn
,andl since heavy priunnlng ini
Vood gr'owthi, it. is essentIal thua
exerc-sed o -emove onl
to amount of wood each yeai
........ andl detrt~oy all dIsease<
os, disinfectling pruning tool
antd wounads wIth a solution of cor1
rosive stiblimate (1 part corroslv
sublImate to 1,000 parts of water).
C. J. Ilayden, In The P'rogressiv.
COUOIHS AND COLDS ARE DANGERl
Foew of us realize the danger o
Coughs and Colds. We consider thon
common andl harmless aIlments. Ilow
ever statIstics toll us every thIrd per
onl (dies of a bung ailment. Dangeroul
Braonchial andl laung fIseases follow
neglected co1(d. As youir body strug
gles against cold germs, no better alt
can be had thtan Dr. KIng's New Dis
covory. Its merIt has boon tested b)
old and youang. In use over 45 years
Get a bottle todlay. Avoid tho risk of
serious Lung allments. DruggIsts
There is nothing rnore
OLD AGE entirely depend
charity of others. Yet, m
day, week after week, let
their fingers that should be
keep them comfortable and
EARNING POWER is O(
start a bank account NOW
Make OUR Ban
N. B. DIAL, Pres.
And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin
cent Was Unable to Attend to
Any of Her Housework.
Pleasant Hill, N. C.-" suffered for
three summers," wites Mrs. Walter
Vincent, of this town, "and he third and
Ilast time, was my worst.
I had dreadful nervous headaches and
prostration, and was scaicely able to
walk about. Could not do any of my
I also had dreadfu! pains in my back
and sides and when one of those week
sinking spells would come on me, /
would have to give up arid lie down,
until it wore off.
I was certainly In a dreadful state of
health, when I finally decided to try
Cardud. the woman's tonic, and I firmly
down the feed bill ane
It's something the H-rses an
S- appetite-starts the saliva
'Far superior to an all grain
mules a treat, and at the same
f contains Corn, Oats, Ground Alf
~.and pure caneinolassesand anil
H ID ON 0RSE & MULB M LASSE!
S12%; Carbohydrates 55%.
t SWAMP FOX hORSE &MU.E MOLA$ES FEE
PERFECTION HORSE & MULE FEEDfJg
i grain and2 ground Alfalfa Mleal.2;Cro
RED SHIRT ]
keeFirtie: A bnlanred ratIon contair
- untareduced cost, of feedIng. Cntalna d
Fibre 12%; Carbohydrates 60%.
PIDOTDAIRY FEED Second Grad
RiEDMSilT HO0G FEED Ainhlnal;,i
SWe..anufacture elsen sainD s cIT rate
"SVE EGGS A WEEK"IlE? MASih &
- 111ccrottonseed Meal Cw rPeln.,Me
' for Oats, Corn, Wheat, Alfalfa
We also carry a ful
enr f e 1as s ow
ent your feed b
BE QLD AND
MNILESS IS A
E YOU PUTTING
>NEY IN THE
\NK FOR THE
pitiful than the sight of
ent on the assistance and
ny go along, day after
ting money slip through
piling up in the bank to
independent when their
NE. Why don't YOU
k YOUR Bank.
I Bank of Laurens
C. H. ROPER, Gashier
believe I would have died if I hadn't
After I began taking Cardul, I was
greatly helped, and all three bottles re
lieved me entirely.
I fattened up, and grew so much
stronger in three months, I felt like an
other person altogether."
Cardul Is purely vegetable and gentle
acting. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic
effect, on t 6 womanly constitution.
Card makes for increased strength,
inipm ves the appetite, tones up the ner
s systehI, and helps to make pale,
'allow cheeks, fresh and rosy.
Cardul has helped more than a million
weak women, during the past 50 years.
It will surely do for you, what it has
done for them. Try Cardul today.
T eaet for Woen seat is plai aper . .
te s thing vethma
iifeed iveyungre n
tbildeu ate soey. ..
Hmulse n leMiaves eed
alfa, made appetizing with salt
S12%o Carbohydrates 57%
FE econd Grade - Anayz Pra o .
( rat e T/o ibr a nalyre : Prote n 9 %
sie) We manufature also a dymxed (no
ydeates 57%'. Tis is composed of straight
enfo and enriches tae qualiy f dthe cil
Salt. Analyzos: Protein he; at 13lin
Analyze: Protein 12%: Fat 2~% Fibre
at Dieti.ve Takage Grond Corn icae
Feed and RiED DIIfRT Daby Chick Feed.
at roun d Wheat, Biarley Mai,d
rt rbo nd Li 4nseed Meal. Analysis;
al oore te isnmade from C aa
Flay and any other kind of Ihay
tock of GRAIN, IHAY
plea to furnish theo
w you how to
TOm , S. ..