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ASSESSOR'S NOTICE 1910.
The Auditor's office will be open
from the 1st of January to the 20th of
February, 1915 to make returns of all
personal property for taxation.
All male citizens between the ages
of 21 and 60 years on the 1st of Jan
uary except those who are incapable
of earning a support from being
maimed or from other causes, are
deemed polls, Confederate veterans
Also all male citizens between the
ages of 18 and 50 on the 1st day o1
January, 1917, are liable to a road tax
of $1.50 and are required to make
their return of same to the Auditor
during the time above specified and
shall pay to the County Treasurer at
the same time other taxes are paid in
lieu of working the road.
All taxpayers are required to give
township and number of school dis
trict; also state whether property is
situated in town or country. E'ach lot,
tract or parcel of land must be en
After the 20th of February 50 per
cent penalty will be attached for fail
ure to make returns.
J. W. THOMPSON,
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Ellen J. Ledford, Individually and as
administratrix of the estate of Joel
T. Ledford deceased, Plaintiff,
Alice SMay Ledford, et al. Defendants.
Pursuant to a decree of the Court
lin this case, I will sell at public auc
tion at Laurens C. II., S. C., on Sales
day in February, 1916, the 7th day of
the month, during the legal hours of
sale, all that lot of alnd, with dwelling
house and storeroom thereon, situate
within the corporate limits of the City
of Laurens, in the County and State
aforesaid, near Laurens Cotton Mills,
containing one-fourth (1-I) of an acre
more or less, bounded on the north
and east by estate of W. W. Jones,
south by Fleming street, and west by
lands of J. R. Putnam.
Terms of Sale: Cash. Purchaser
to pay for papers and stamps. If the
purchaser falls to comply with the
terms of sale, the premises to be re
sold on the same or some subsequent
salesday, on the same terms and at
the risk of the former purchaser.
O. G. 'I'l Oil PSON,
J. P. L. C.
.an. 10, 1915. 25-3t
AT YOUR DRUGGIST.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Office in Peoples Bank Bdg.
C. 4. Featherstone W. 11. Enight
FE.tiERST)ONE & KNITII
Attorneys at Law
Laurenu, S. C.
All Busin ss Intrusted to Our Care
Will Have Prompt and Careful Atten.
Office over Palmuetto Bank
(Mr. entherstone willI spend Wednes
day of each week In Laurenis.)
N. B. DIAL A. C. TODD
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
Enterprise Bank Buildings,
Laurens, S. ('.
PRACTICE IN ALLT COURTS
Money to Loan on Real Estat-Lony
- eison, Cooper & Babb
4'orneys at Law.
tion Qiven All Business
'e In all State Courts
era and Embalmera
Cai. ma.,. .,red any hours, day or might.
LAURENS. S. (C.
A. (A. HA RT
Rtoomns 2O5-207 Masonic Temple
Postotfice Box 685
tOreenville, S. (C.
Propmt attention given all business.
Practice in all COURTS.
B. R. TODD
Bngilneeriung and Contr seting
Land Surveys a Specialty
ser!rete Work Skillfully done or la
Prawings and estimates of all Kind
Telephoine No. 346
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Rayo lamps are an ornament
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always add to the attractive
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The Rayo is the symbol
Use Aladdin Security
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Ask for them by name.
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FREE FLOWER SEEDS
Hlastings Catalogue Tells You All
No matter whether you farm or only
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When you lalnt Hastings Seeds, you
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Atlanta, Ga.-( Advt.)
License5 fOr Tlraffle inl Seed Cotton or
Urnipackedl Lint Cotton In the C'oun
ty of Lauarens, S. C., for
thue year, 1910.,
Stato of' South Carolina,
County of TLaurens.
Pursuant to an Act of the General
Assembly of South Carolina, pr'oviding~
therefor, approved thie 18th (lay of
February A.!D. 1905:j
Ho It reallved by tl Hoard of Coumn
ty CommissIoners oi Laurens County,
In the State aforesald. in regular an
nual meeting assembled;
That the license for T1rale in Seed]
Cotton or Unpacked Lint Cotton wvith
in the limits of said county for aind
(luring the period beginning thoe fith
day of August and 'ending the 20th day)
of December of the year A. D. 1916 he
andl the same is horeby flxedl in the
sum of Two Hundred and Fifty Dol
lar's. All licenses to be0 issuedl by the
Clerk of Court of said county as pro
vidled by law.
Done at Laurensa C. H., S. C., thil
6th day of January, A. D). 1916.
Attest, H. B. IHJMBERT,
J1. D. MOCK(, Supervisor,
CERTAINLY IN RACE
WRITES COLE BLEASE
Former Governor Tells Anderson Man
He WilI Be in the Running Again
Columbia, Jan. 24.-Former Govern
or Blease has given out the following
letter pointedly announcing his can
didacy for the governship:
Columbia, S. C., Jan. 20, 1916.
lion. J. Mack King, Anderson, S. C.
My 'Dear Mack: Your kind letter of
the 17th instant, received, and I ap
preciate very highly indeed the com
plimentary remarks contained there
in in reference to myself.
1 would have answered earlier, but
Sheriff's association, the warehouse
men's meeting, the supreme court, the
United States court and the legisla
tu re all being in session here this
week, many people from different
parts of the state have been in the city
and I have been very busily engaged
in various conferences with our
In reply to your direct question, I
beg leave to say that, since the con
ference of this week, I have definite
ly and finally decided to be a candi
(late for the oflice of governor in the
campaign this year, and you can say
to your friends that at the proper
time I shall pay my assessment, file
my pledge and Nvalk into the race;
and, unless all signs change, I will
win. The only thing I ask of 11my
friends is that they go to the ballot
boxes, when they are first opened, and
remain until the last vote is counted
and see that we are not robbed. 'T'his
is my final determination, if my
friends will do that, the victory is
ours, and the people of the state have
in power mien who are representatives
of the interest of all the people, and
who will see that equal rights are
given to all and special privileges to
1 have engagements to make sever
al speeches and shall, from now on, de
vote iy time to the interest of lily
supporters, and invite all white Caro
linians who believe in an honest, faith
ful administration, free from prejudice,
and where poor and rich, alike will be
received and made welcome, to join in
our success. Let our battle-cry be
"leave of (od, love of home, and love
of our country-justice to all and op
pression of none."
Give my love to all the boys and,
with kindest personal regards and
hest wishes to you, I anm,
As ever, your friend,
Girls--Do You Know
Why Your Hair
It Is astonishing how muh good
looking hair does toward producing
a youtlhfulful appearane and still inore
astonishing to realize how muilch the
attractivencs of the hair is affected by
tile care we give it.
143oving care aiid fretiuent ' tenltion
arme as niecessary to tlwei a wvoimn'
hla ir beauiiful anmd iluxuIriant, as; is the
(tooth biruith to keel) the teethm from
Every wvoman who v'aluies thle beauty
of hecr hlair as she ought to do .should
mlake it a never biroken habit t') fre
rinently3 applty . lit tle Parisian SageQ.
rubinlg it brisll 3' into tier .scali Pw1ithi
tile finger tifls.
I 'a risian Sag >! is Natullre's ,nioderni
h~andlmaid to b aut ifuil femiie hlair'. 't
is a1 simple, llarmiless comndi'~ of
wvholesome, nutritious ingr'edients that1
make an ideai lotion for nourishing
bo0th hair and scalp. It feeds and~
tbuildls up the delicate hair andi scalp
stru'lcture's mnaking the hair soft, 11ust
rous, birilliant and easy to drmess and
arrmanlge. The Laurenis Drug Co. andt
manyl1 other of 0our best diriggists sell
Parmisian Sage and gladly recommendl
. e e oC e e * C * C
* RABUIN NEWS. *
Rtabun, Jan. 24.-Mr. WV. P. Blaldwin
is right sick at this writing.
Miss Edna Owens visited Miss (Gen
nile Belle Watkins of Eden section
Mrs. T. Ii. IBabb and children, and
Miss Attie Bablb visited Mr. and Mrs.
Stewar11t Mahion of Eden cotmmnity
Mm's. Rebecca Owens, and Mrs. Mar
kus1 Owens visited Mr. and Mrs. Jloihn
Hellamns of Shiiloh section Thursday.
Mr. Solomon Mahaffey of lEden sec
tion visited his5 sister' Mlrs. Nancy Ow
Mr'. Houston Blabb and family and
Mrs. T1. F. Blabb visited Mr'. and Mrs.
Smith Martin Trhulrsday.
Mr. Dennis Owens was in QGreenville
Friday on business.
Mrs. Rebeocca Owens visited ther sis
ter, Ml's. t0mily'WVoods of Eklen section
Friday and Saturlday.
Mr. and Mrs. 1Bill Mahon of Merna
section spenlt Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Saxon.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Bolt, and (laugh
ter, Miss Cora, visited Mr. and Mr's.
Johln Bolt of Quaker community Sun
* EKOM 1NEWS. *
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Ekom, Jan. 24.-Another year has
passed and gone, and we are now be
ginning a new year. Our wish is that
it may be a happy and prosperous one
for us all.
The health of our community Is very
Wle are very sorry to hear of the
Illness of Miss Des'sie Owings of the
Oakville section and hope for her a
Mr. J. W. Godfrey and family have
moved up near Fountain Inn. We were
sorry to see them leave our communi
ty but wish them success in their new
Miss Lidle Culbertson is on a visit
to her uncle, MIrs. 1. Y. Culbertson, at
Miss Winona Chaney spent Thursday
night with the family of Mr. T. .1.
Dr. Cooper and wife and Miss Black
man visited Mrs, Loo Culbertson and
laughter Thursday night.
Misses Evelyn Culbertson and Betty
Burton spent Wednesday night with
\l iss Annie Lee Freeman.
Mlr. and Mrs. Floyd Godfrey were in
Laurens Saturday buying household
and kitchen furni ture, and have moved
to the old hiomeplace of Mrs. Jane
Misses Mary McDaniel and Myrtle
Culbertson spent Sunday with Miss
Mr. Roy Culbertson visited Mr. Ed
gar Elmore Sunday.
\irs, I. M. Moore, who was right
sick foir a few days, is better.
Old and New Catarrh
To Treat Catarrh
Iireatlhing n Germ uilling Air Endors
eild by Actual Ieslults.
The discovery of Ilyomel has
wrought a wonderful change in the
treatment of eatarrh.
Prior to three years ago the mcdi
eines ordinarily employed in the cure
of thIris disease were drugs, sprays, lo
tions, etc. In some instances they ben
eilttel, but the improvement was not
With IIyomei you take into the air
passages of your throat. and head a
balsamic air that goes into the minut
est, cells, and should effectually kill all
germs and mleicrobes of catarrh. Its
piirpose is to enter the blood with the
oxygen, killing the germs in the blood,
and restore health to the whole system.
Many astonisbing testimonials have
been received from those who have
been helped by Ilyomei.
A completo outfit is inexpensive and
includes an inhaler, dropper and sur
ficient Ilyonei for several weeks'
Perhaps th) strongest evidence that
can be given to doubters. Is the fact
that, the Laurens 'Drug Co. have so
much faith ini ]Hyomel that they sell
every package under ia positive guar
antee to refund the mtoney if it does
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* T YLER V IL NE ." * *
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TylersvillIc, Jan. 24.-Sever'al fr'oim
this setloin attended services at Rocky
Springs Suinday morning.
i'. P'. it. Bailey sipent Studay wvith
i. T1. P. Poole.
Mlisses Mabel Il (tume and Lucy Donl
nan spent Saturday in Laurens.
M irs. Martin fi'omi Mai'tin's Cress
lioads spent last week with heri d1aug1h
ter,. Mr's. Furman P'oole.
Mr. .\iai'vini Sanders w'as in Lauriens
on business Saturdlay.
Mr'. Floyd Clark of Clinton spent
the wveek-end withl his mlothler, Mrs. M.
Misses Grace and Mattio TRobo Poole
and briothler Joshlua, -were in Laurens
Mr'. AV. C. Winters spent Stmnday with
Mi. W. D). Blyrd.
Mr'. A. l'. Clevelanld of Chester was
in t his comulnit y on btusiness last
Mr. S. 0. Clark wvas in Laurens on
Mr. and Mi's. WV. P. Poo)le wore vlsi'
tor's in Lanurens Satturday afternoon.
Miss Lutcy Little and brotheir, Fred,
sipent Saturday in Laurens.
We are soi'ry to report that Mr. W.
D). lByrd is on the nick list this week.
Wlo hope to see himn out in a short time,
* TrtIBUTE OF RESPECTr.
* S S * * * * * * * * * e *
Wheireas on January 10th, 1916, God
in hlis wilsdom htas seen fit to remlov(
fr'om us one of ou.r best and qluietosi
young men, Willio llorton, lie It re
Fi'st, That we, his Sunday school
class, dleeplly mourn our loss and feel
that no one can fill his place. Wi
meekly bow to the will of our H-eaven
Second, WVhile we grlove at his de
lpartture from this life on earth, we me
joice that otir loss is his gain.
Third, That we extend our s-ineerest
symplathly to the heart-broken famil)
and pi'ay God to, sustain and comfor
them in this sad. )our of atilictIon.
"S. s. rTeachers."
Clintonn Tl. F' Jb 'No.
)T SHE CAN PAY
HER BILLS WITH
1,CHECKS AND KEEP
4} A CHECK ON HER
Al MECK ON OUR BANK IS A
RECEIPT * -
How many times have you lost a receipt? How
many times, neither debtor or creditor could remem
ber. If your wife pays all her bills with CHECKS
She has a RECEIPT for every one of her bills. It
saves a lot of time and trouble for your wife to pay
the household bills that way and we are helping her
to keep accounts straight and to Economize.
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.
Enterprise National Bank of Laurens
N. B. DIAL, Pres. G. H. ROPER, Cashier
Ready for the Needle
By investigation marked values will
be seen in the New Wash Fabrics just
opened. They include the latest and most
desirable weaves, both in printed and plain
white. A special article is carried for
Middie Blouses, a perfect imitation of linen.
Its weight and round woven thread marks
the stamp of durability. Soft finish Nain
sook hias recently sprung into popular
favor for special purposes. The demand
for yard wide soft finish Pajama Check is g
here to stay and this can be said also of
the neat Dimity Checks.
The new printed goods in texture and
colorings show up to advantage for Shirt
ing and Waists.
Popular brands of crochet thread just
W. G. WILSON & Co.
SHOE POLISH ES
Contain no acid and thus keep the leather soft, protecting it against
cracking. They combine liquid and paste in a paste form and require
only half the effort for a brilliant lasting shine. Easy to use for
all the family-children and adults. shine your shoes at homne and
kceep them neat*.H .P ~l O.Ld
and School Supplies.
This is the only store in Laurens handling
School Books. All the required book~s are
We atiao carry a complete stock of Tablets,
Pens, Inks, Pencils, Refers and all other sup.
plies for the schools.'
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