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N. 1. DIAL A. C. TODD
DIAL & TODD
AttorIeys ait lUniw
Enterprise (tank lltillings,
laurens, S. ('.
PIRACTiCI IN ALL CO'lt1'TS
Money to Loon on Iteai Estate-Lonr
Simpson, Cooper & Rab
Attorneys at Law.
.PromPt Attention liven All Business
WRI Practice In all State Courts
Undertakers a-id Embalmers
Calls answered any hours, day or night.
LAUIRENS. S. C.
\11 '1'(': 1-' li-: 11F..W:\ E-.
State of Soul ih ( arol in,
('onuny of L.aurens.
C(0t'l l' O " t'.(I.\lt N l'i.l:AS.
T. WV. W\ood &L Sons;, l'lainltiTs,
Th'le C'lintonl Pha1:rmac'y and J1. \\V. C'ope
Pursuant to the order of the ('ourt
of Common I'lea., dated Decemibei 30
191.i in the alove stated ease, I will
hold a reterence in the county court
house at latureins, S. ('., beginning at
10 o'clock, A. M., on Friday January
21st, 19itG, and all creditors of the
above named The :'lint on Pharmacy
are hereby noitiled to present and
prove their claims before me(0 as ref
eree at said time and place.
F. P. MeGOWAN,
Jan. lth, 1911. ' 24-3t
C. 1:. Featherstone W. B. Knight
FEAiTHERSTONE & KNIGitlT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens. S. C.
All iisin ss Iutrusted to Our Cart
Will tale Prompt and (re'ful Atten
O(lie oer Palmetto llank
(MI'. l'eathie rLt on' w\ m .;wn11) \. e!ineS
day u each w\ eek in laturens.)
.iSSESSOR'S NOTI('E 191(1.
The Auditor's ollice will be open
from the 1st of .lanary to the 201th of
February, 1915 to miake returns of all
personal property for taxation.
For the convenience oL taxpayers
the Auditor or his deputy will attend
the following named places to receive
returns for said year to wit:
Craigs Store, Scutiletown township,
Monday Jan. 17th, 9:30 a. in. to 3 p. mn.
S. W. Dean, Jacks township, Mon
day, Jan. 17, :I a. in. to 4 p. in.
Renno, Jacks township, Monday, Jan.
17, 10 a. in. to 3 p. in.
Clinton, Ihinter township, Tuesday,
Jan . 18, 10 a. in. to 3:30 p. m.
Clinton mill, Hunter township, Wed
nesday, Jtan. 19, 10 a. in. to 2 p. at.
. Lydia Mill, Hunter township, Thurs
day, Jan. 20, 10 a. in. to 2 p. in.
Goldville, hunter township, Friday,
Jan. 21, 9.30 a. in. to 2:30 p. in.
Mountville, lunter township, Mon
day, Jan. 17, 9:30l a. in. to 3:30 p. n.
Cross 1-ill, Cross Hill township,
Monday, Jan. 17, 9:30 a. m. to 3:30
Waterloo, Waterloo township, Mon
day, Jan. 17, 9:30 a. mn. to 3:30 p. im.
Irvin L. Madden, Waterloo township
Tuesday, Jan. 18, 9:30 a. in. to 3 p. in.
Mt. Gallagher, Waterloo township.
Monday, Jan. 17, 9:30 a. mn. to 12:30
Jno. W. Becks, Sullivan township,
Monday, Jan. 17, 1:30 p. mn. to 4 p. in.
J1. T. Pitts, Sullivan township, Ttues
day, Jan. 18, 9:30 a. mn. to 12:30 p. m.
Princeton, Sullivan township, Tuest
day, Jan. 18, 1:30 p. in. to 4 p. mi.
Tumbling Shoals, Sullivan township,
Wednesday, Jan. 19, 9:30 a. mn. to 3:30
H. B. Mahon's Store, Dials township,
Monday, Jan. 17, 10 a. in. to 1 p. mn.
iD. D. Harris. Dials township, Mon
day, Jan. 17, 2 p. m. to 4:30 p. mn.
V. A. White, Dials township, Tues
day. Jan. 18, 9:30 a. mn. to 12:30 p. mn.
Gray Court, Dials townshtip, Tues
day, Jan. 18, 1:30 p. mn. to 4:30 p. in.
Stewart's Store, Youngs townshtip,
Monday, Jan. 17, 9:30 a. mn. to 4:30
Cook's Stor~e, Youngs township,
Tuesday, .Jan. 18, 10 a. im. to 3:30 p. mn.
Youngs Store, Youings townshtip,
Wednesday, J1an. 19, It0 a. im. to 3:30
Pleasant Mlounid. Younigs township,
Thursday, Jani. 21,, 10 a. mt. to 3 p. mt.
Jant. 17. 9:: 0 a. im. to 2::1 p. in.
Ora, Scuilletowni towntship, Moinday,
Jait. 17. .1: :0 a. mi. 2to * i p. ini.
Watts Alill, ~auireins townsilp, Tues
day, .Jan. i8, 9:3i0 a. mi. to 2 p. m.
Please make note t hat the applointt
met wil be12 ) filld jus ii t as ad vertisedi
and~ to please comiie out anid nuake ire
*tur'ns. Oneo itan usually raakes the
wh~ole iountd antd soite mayt3 itot un der
stand t he not ice thlis time.o as I have
divided up t he t erritory in the sev
All male citizens between thte ages
of 21 and1 60 years on the ist or Jan
itary excep~t those whvlo are incapable
of earning a supp~lort from being
maimed or from other' causes, are
deemed polls, Con federate veteranr
Also all male citizens between the
ages of 18 and 50 on the 1st day oi
January, 1917, areo liable to a roadl tax
of $1.50 and are reCltuir'ed to imakc
their returin of sanmo to the Autditor
during the time above speciied andt~
shall pay to the County Treasurer at
the same time other taxes arc paidl ini
lIeu of wor'king the road1.
All taxpayers are r'equtired1 to give
townshtip and number of schtool dis
trict; also statet whether pt'opei'ty is
?situated in town or country. Each lot,
tract or parcel of land must be en
*After the 20th of February 50 per
entpenltywill be attached for fail
ret ake returns.
3. W. THOMPSON,
[cn ely Cunty Auditor.
Iastings Cataloguo Tells You All
No matter whether y'o'i farm or only
P..ant vegetables or flowers In i small lot
you need I lstins 1916 Catalogue.
It is failed (10 pages) from cover to
'over w!'hi u:;cftl farm and garden infor
It. tells of seed.; of lind and quality that
rou caIn't bey from your merchant or
sec.:5 thnt co;t no more 'ut
rive yu re:d sati:;faction and a real gar
It tei's how ~ ever rudomer can :.et ch
S t: - free a -of e::s' grown,
i la Cho b,:. and ltrere;t
d t l':e !h, I.e oul firm t:umt
.hk'ard- L ..i:;k2 . mmore th:;n
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Like a Gas Jet
O light the Rayo
lamp you don't
have to remove the
shade or the chim
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match. It is just as
easy to light as a gas
burner and itrequires
little effort to keep it
are the modern
lamps for the farm.
Simple in design
yet an ornament to
any room in the
Oil or Diamond
White Oil t obtain
best results /in Oil
Sto-ves, DLrpps and
The Rayo is o ly one of
our many products that are
known in the household
and on the farm for their
quality and economy.
Ask for them by name and
you are sure of satisfaction.
Standard Hand Sepa
Eureka Harness Oil
Mioa Axle Grease
If your dealer does not
have them, -write to our
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Washington, D. C. Charlotte, N. C.
Norfolk, w.Va. Charleston. W.Va.
Rlichmonad. Vs. Chaarleston, S. C.
COND iENSED) PASSEN(1ER
Pledmnont & Northern ftaalwny Co.
Effectivec October 31, 1913.
Arrivals from Departures to
Sparttan bur g Spartanburg
No. Tfime No. Time
:3 7:55 A M 2 7:00 A M
5 10:00 A M 4 8:10 A M1
7 11:3? A M 6 10:20 A M
91 1:55 P M 8 12:10 P M
i 3:10 P' M 10 1:45 P M
I5 5:15 P M 12 4:15 P M
17 6:45 P M 14 6:30 P M
19 9:15 1P M 16 10:50 P M
Arr'ivals from Departu res to
Greenwood and Greenwood and
I 8:05 AM 1 6.00 A M
0 10:10 A M 3 7:55 A M
8 12:10 P M 5 10:00 A M
t0 1:45 PM 7 11:35A M
12 4:10 PM 9 2:00 PM
14 6:30 PM 15 4:20P M
i6 10:5 PM 17 6:50P M
C. S. ATLJEN.
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* 1)OKING(. AHE1.Il. *
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Little has yet appeared In print,
but a great deal of discussion is
nevertheless going on as to politi
cal eventualties in South Carolina
during the new year soon to be born.
The summer of 1916 will see us
again in the throes of a state-wide
political upheaval for the selection
of State, County and Congressional
Very naturally the interest centres
most generally Iii the choice of the
State otlicials, yet there is no dearth
of interest lin the prospect for a live
ly ixix-up in several of the Congres
sional Districts, including, perhaps.
the Sixth, while the local county
campaign is most likely to be the
livest. proposition of its kind thai
Florecxe ('oun1ty ha s evera ex per'ienced.
From lowlere in particular bul
per'vadinig the all nevertheless with a
persistanice that. suggests some inl
spired origii there comies ever and
anon the intimiatioi that Governo
Mananing will not be permitted to
take ies seat for the proverbhial second
Otne term111 without a struggle. Former
(Governor Iilease has openly avowed
his purpose of contesting with the
present incumlbent the coveted
place. while persistent rumor credits
lr. Cooper with the intention of
tossing his hat in the ring. Mr.
Itlease's declaration lacks somewhat
of the fire of onthusiasm that usually
accompanies his promulgations and
it is possible I hat his essay is more
to keep himt in the public eye than
to press his claims for Mr. Man
ning's seat. It is just as likely that
he may step aside, throwing his in
fluence to some other Candidate
anyone save Manining---ianid groom
himself for the contest for Senator
Tillman's togo four years hence.
Bilt Iilease is an astute politician.
lie finds himself confronted with
the two horns of a very serious di
lenna, and his realization of his am
bition to sit in the halls of the
mighty in Washington will depend
very strongly upon his ability to se
lect the one that leads on to victory
rather Ihant that which beckons blut
to defeat. If he himself stays in the
race for Governor he stakes all on the
restlt at the August. polls. Defeat
thlen would mean defeat in the Sena
torial race four years hence. It mat
ters not whether liease should go
down before either Manning or solle
other candidate--say Cooper. Dolit
less le would be ini the second race
with onxe or the other, but that lhe
coul win on the second primary
against eithter is extremely proble
matical. At. the same time to permit
Manning to go back to Columbia would
be to invite a very formidable contest
for t1r. Itlease in the 1915 race for the
senate. It, therefore, seems on the
boards that litease is just as likely to
keep out of the next campaign and
throw his influence against. Manning
as that tie will go in. Ills chief con
cern will be to defeat Mlanning be
cause Manning represents the very
antithesis of litease and Ileaseismx.
But if both he and Cooper sulit1d
come in? This contingency will pre
sent many Complications. Illease
would unldobtedly poll enough votes to
go into the second primary--the oth
ers would be divided between the law
and order candidates. There can be
little doubt that Mlanning would have
the advantage over Cooper for the
force of tradition combined with tlle
force of already complete organization
would be difficult to overcome. It must
be remembered that Cooper and Man
ning's paltform must he the same. The
question will be onie strictly of menx
and not1 of isues. In thIs chiallenige
Cooper tias no advantage. Manning
has pilayed the tpart and acted the man.
Such maistakes as he has made have
been muistakes of juxdgment and not of
piurpose. Coopier wouxld, therefore,
haive to convince the peopxle that lie
was the better man and this so cannot
The onty hiope for Coopier would be
In the case that Bilease should stay out
of the race-then he would get the
IBlease influience (and he beholden to
DBease In the Senatorial race in 1918.)
But there would be another situa
tion created by Coopecr's and Blease's
joint entrance Into the lIsts against
Maxning. It would be this: if Man
aing should w~'in over Cooper then hav
lng opplosedI Manning pr'iiariiy Coop
er's friends will logIcally go over to
Please. If, oni the conitrar'y, Cooperi
should wu'in over M\annxing in the first
go rou nd thxere w~old be feltI a grieatI
deal cif r'esenatmientI on t he tinart oif .\lan
nxinig's friendas and thle lI kel ihood is
that1 nmany wou ld go to Plea se Ithuis in
('reasinlg the tiossibitlity of his elect:in
Itf lien .\lri. (uooper' and his frlinds
sinicere'ly hxoie fora ndtiiti are ti ot 'iiiI
enouiighi to worik for thei finat defeat e'
lIlI ase and1( thle trauu ilh of thle prxinci
lilas for' which lie stood sci gallnaaly a'
.\laig's side in I19tt1, lhe must slink
his iamithinad work to assureC Man
nxiing's secoind termn. Th Is wuln d
strien ghn C x'x(ooper''s chantuces to be
elictd Go cverinor two yenars Inater. if
lie refuses to do thxis lie muist pila y
Squar xely into lHlease's hand whet hexr
thxe foirmex dIctator c'oncludces to enterx
the rai(ce orx not.
Cer'tain it is thaxt the onily exrn in'
whose hxand the bianner' of law and
cixrcer enn ho pilaced permanenutly oin
the ramllpart of the old State of South
Carolina is tl.att of thle pr'esenit Govcer
With ma nny pecoplo takIng cold Is a
im ii, but fort unil1y one thait is eatsi
Iy broken. TFakc' a cild s poxnge lhathI
every mor'nixig when youx first get ouit
of biod--nxot ice cold, but au temiperatuire
of abmout 90 clegi'ees F. Also sleep wilth
y'oura w indciw up I. Doc tIs andc you wIllI
seldlom take cold. When you do take
cold take Chamberlaln's Cough Home
dly and get rid of it as quickly as pos
sile. Obtainable everywher'e.
We are showing the str'ongest and
best Chalir made, fitted with hickor'y
r'ounds, prxice only 65c. This Is a spe
cial, be surxe and see it.
. M. & . H. umlara & .
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* PRINCET'ON NEWS. *
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Princeton, Jan. 9.-Christmas holi
days are with the past and school has
opened hIere again. The teachers af
ter spending the holidays at their re
spective homes have resumed work
with rnewed vigor.
The young people seem to have had
a time, had many parties and some ev
en tipped the "fantastic toe". The
students from the different colleges
have returned to their work after
pleasantly spending Christmas with
home folks. Among the number were
Messrs Wvalter Davis, Ilbert Freemant
and Hiiamlett Wood to Clemson;
.lessrs Arnold and Ed Knight to
lhalley Military Iustitute, .\liss Kate
llagwell to Coker; and Aliss .lean
Knight to Central hiigh shool.
The young ladies of this section
who are teaching were with their
homefolks during the holidays. Amiong
the number were \liss Olive Knight
who teaches near Darlington, Miss
Kiddie Arnold who teaches at Mouut
ville, Miss Mary Bagwell who teaches
near Ilonea Path, Miss iettie Stone
near Kershaw and Miss \atude Sharpe
[lhe memibers of the Y. W. A. society
svere very pleasantly entertained by
Miss Estelle Taylor at her home near
here on Thursday afternoon, Dec.
28th. Several games were played, af
ter which refreshments were served
by the hostess, assisted by her sister,
Miss Ludie. souvenirs in the form of
miniature bells were presented to the
guests by the hostess.
Mr. Allen Sullivan and family have
moved to Simpsonville. Their many
friends regret to lose them, but wish
them success in their new home.
Miss Clara Traynhain and Mr.
Charlie Davenport were happily mar
ried on Sunday afternoon, Dec. 2(,
by Rev. It. W. Hurts at his residence.
IN FIVE MINUTES! NO
INDIGESTION, GAS, OR
[SOUR, ACID STOMACH
Th'se 11omlentt "Papel's ilapepsinh" reaceh
(s the stomach aill distress goes.
"leally does" put bad stomach in
order-"really does" overcome indiges
tion, dyspepsih' gas, heartburn and
sourness in flive minutes-that-just
that-makes 'ape's Dliaiopsin the
largest. selling stomach regulator in
the world. If what you eat. fernments
into stubborn lumps, you belch gas
and eructate sour, undigested food and
tcid; head is dizzy and aches; breath
foul' tongue coated: your insides till
ed with bile and indigestible waste. re
member the momen "Pape's )iapep
sitn" comes in conta t with the stom
aeh all such distre s vanishes. It's
truly astonishing- Imost marvelous,
and the joy is its i rmlessness.
A large fifty-cen case of Pape's Dia
pepsin will giv" yu a hundred dollars'
worth of satisfacflon or your druggist
hands you your money back.
It's worth its weight in gold to men
and women who can't get their stom
achs regulated. It belongs in your
hoime-should always be kept handy
in case of a sick, sour, upset stomach
dutring the lay or niglit. It's the
qutickest, suirest and most harmless
stomach regulator in the woirld.
Miss Oarlington Resigns.
Miss Jaynle C. Garlington, who has
been in charge of the canning work
and the Tomato club work in Ander
son county tar the past year has re
signed hter position and has already
i'eontinued hter duties. Miss Gar
lington's move is quiite uinexpected and
site explains the samte bty saying that
she is going to New York cIty with
in the next few months for a course of
Just whtat plans for thte continua
tion of this wor'k or its ab~andlonment
htave not beeii announced, thoutghit I
Is not. generially believed thatnt antothier'
agent will lbe apipointed.-Andeorson
DON'T SCOLD, MOTH-ER!3
THE CROSS CHILD
L~Ook at. tonigie ! If ('oate'. ('eant little
stomach('i, 'iter, bowels.
'Don't scold your frr't ul, peevish
childi. See if tongue is coftted;: thtis is a
sure sign its little sitomajeh, Iliver aind
bowels are cloggedi with Iiouru waste.
Whient listless, pale, fegerish, full of
co1(d, breath bad, throat ,sore, dloesnt't
eat, sleep or acet natural)y, htas stomn
atch-achte, itdigest ioit, dinarrhoea, give
a teasp~oonfuil of "Califofnia Syrup of
Vigsl", and in a few hiouir's all thle foul
waste, the sour' bile and formnting
food passes out of- the bowels and you
have a well and phtyful child again.
Children love t his harmless '"fruit lax
ative," and mothers enn i'est easy after
giving it because it nevei' fails to make
their little "insides'' eleatn and sweet.
Keep it hantdy. Mot her! A little giv
en todlay saves a sick 01hild tomiorriow,
hui get. the gentuilne. Ask youi' drug
gist for a 50-cent bottle of "California
Syrup of Wigs," whieh has directions
for' babies, children of all ages and foi'
grown-ups pilainly on the bottle. Re..
membei' there are o'-nterfeits sold1
hei'e, so suirely look and see thtat yours
is madle by thte "California Fig Syrup
Company." Iland back with contempt
any othter' fig syrup,
New line of IHaby Carriages and
Sulkies just in.
S. M. A E. II WILyiIa & .
" S S
T RNS D
THE LAURENS DRUG Co.
THE REXALL STORE
We have the exchusive selling rights for this great laxative. Trial size, 10 cents.
W E take this method to
express to our custo
mers our appreciation for
their patronage during the
year now gone and we
hope by renewed effort to
merit a continuance of the
Wishing all a happy
and prosperous New Year.
0 WG.WILSON & CO.
soal faost u utmes ersetul
ak NOURoBaYU Bank.
anterrsse oferadtional sankt and Laurength,
snB L favrs. u cutmes We n irespectfull