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COUNTY TitEASUtEl $
The Books of the Cqunty Treasurer
Will be open foi'tthe collection of
State, County and Commutation Road
Taxes for fiscal year, 1917, at' the
Treasurer's offlce from October 15th
to December 31st, 1917. After Decem
ber 31st one per cent will be added.
After January 31st, two per cent will c
be added, and after February 28th,
seven per cent will be added till the
15th day of March, 1918, when We r
books will be closed..
A-ll persons owning property in
more than one township are request
ed to call for receipts in each of the
several townships in which the pro
perty Is located. This'is Important, as I
additional cost and genalty may be N
All aple-bodied male citizens be
tween the ages of 21 and 60 years of 0
age are liable to pay a poll tax of 3
$1.00 except old soldiers, who are
exemnipt at. 50 years of age. Commuta
tion Road Tax $1.50 in lieu of road
The Tax ievy is as follows:
State Tax ............81%a mills
Ordinary County Tax .. ..3%1 mills
Road and Bridge... .. .3/9 mills
Railroad Bond ............1 mill j
Past Indebtedness ..... ..I mill I
Road Bonds...........1% mills
Jail Bonds ............% mill
Constitutional School Tax . . .3 mills
Total ..............2T/2 mills
Special .School-Laurens Townshi)
Laurens Co. 11 ..........8 % mills
Trinity-IlIdge No. . .... .8 illls
Aladdens No. 2 ..........4 mills
Narnie No. : .. ..........5 mills
Uailey No. .1.. ..A........4 mills
Mills No. 5..............4 mills e
Oak Grove No. 6 ..........2 mills
Ora No. 12................mills I
Special Sclools-Youngs Township
Younigs No. 3 ..*.. 111111S
Youngs No. 2 ..A........ ..4 mills 1
Youngs No. I.. ........7% mills d
Younags No, ............4 Inills v
Fountain Il m No. 311 1... , mills 1
Lanford No. 10..........6% mIlls
Ora No. 12 . ... .. 8 mills t
Youngs No.,1 .1... ........3 mills
Cenitral No. 6 ............2 mills I
YoungstNo. 7 ........ ...8 mills 1
Special Schools-Dials Township t
Green i'oid No. t ........7 mills f
Dials No. 2 .. .. ........8%1t mills
Shiloh No. 3............4i mills 0
Gray Court-OwIngs No. 5 ..12/_ mills 1
Barksdale No. 6 .... ....5 mills 0
Dials Clurch No. 7 . . A...... mills e
Fountain Inn No. 311 ......13 mills I
Merna -No. 8 .. .. .. .. .. .. 2 mills e
Dials No. -.... ..A........4 mills
Speela1l Sehools--Sulilivan Township
Mt. liethel No. 2..... ....5 mills
Princeton No. .. ...... ..8mills
Poplar Springs No. :i .... 111111
Hickory Tavern No. 17 .. ..m.. ills
Brewreton No. 7 .. ...... . mills
Sull liva l'*owlshli I? *lHolids :1 mill.s
Merna No. 8 .......... ..2 mills
Special Schools--Waterloo Towlnship
Waterloo No. 1. .. A.. mills
Mlt. (alI lagher No I.. .. ....6 mills
iethleleni No. 2 ..........4 mills
likom No. 3............4 1mills
Centerpoint No. .1 .. ..... .. ..4 mills
Oakville No. 5 .. .. . . . ... mills
M t. P'leasant No. 6... ... .2 mills
M t. Olive No. 7..........8% mills
Special Sclools- Cross 11111 Townsh ill
Cross 11111 No. 13 ....... .7 111ills a
Cross 11111 No. 1 . . . ..2 mills
Cross 11111 No. 2....... ..2 mills
Cross, Iiil1 No. 4 .... .. ....mills
Cross 11111 No. 6 .... .... ..mills
Cross 11111 No. :1.. ...... ..2 mills
SpecIal Schioois-iIluuter~ Township
Mountville No. 16. . .. .....9 mills
I unter No. 2 .... .........4 mIlls'
Hunter No. 3 .... .........4 mills I
Clinton No. 5 .. .... .......11 mills
Iltunter' No. 4 .... .........4 millst
Hunter No.. 1.. ...........2 mills
llunter No. (;.... ...... ..-.1 mills
Sipecial Schools-Jacks Township
Odells No. 6 ...... .......3 mIlls 3
.I lurrica ne No. 15. .. .. . . .. mIlls
Shady Gmrove No. 2. . ... .. ..3 mills
-.lacks No. 3 ......... ... mills
.1acks No. .1.. ...........3 imills
Special Schools, Scufletown Township
Langston Church No. :1.......3 mills
Scutletownm No. .. .........2 mills 4
Lanford( No. 10.. .........6% mIlls
Ora No. 12).... ...........8 mmills
Sculliletown 'No. 2 ............4 mIlls
Seuilletown No. j.. .. .. ..... mills
Prompt attention will be given
those who wish to pay their taxes '1
through the mail by cheek, money or
Persons sendling In lists of names -t
to he taken off are requested to send I
them early: and gIve the township of
each, as the Treasurer lstocry busy
dI uing the month of D~ecember,.
C IROSS D). YOUJN(G,
C'ount y .Treasurer. c
Do you know why you have sick I
headache, diabetes, neuralgia, rheu
mnatism and liver or kidney troubles?'t
It's because you are being poisoned I
by products of your own y. Your
organs of elimination a not wor '
- lng properly. Waste aterial t I
should be thrown out is eing re ned
to poison nd intoxicate your a tern.
- That couit not happn fthe owe!. I
wore kept open wit rang Liyo
Regulator, This splen p paratr
is purely vegetable ad o Jchoid.
Demand Grangor Lver gatwat
iour'drug store-25o a box~-end tk
oother. There is nqthing "Just A
th Ouii Tat Vms Not Affect the Nose
Re se 5v.swa e
* * $ * $** * $
OAKVILLE NEWS. *
* ,5 * $ * 5* $ * $ 4 5 * $
Oakville, Nov. 5.-A good many peo
le in our community attended tho
ounty fair and reported a nice time.
!ir. and Mrs. inrphy Pitts spent
unday at the home of Mr. I. M. Ow
M r. and .irs. W. 1. '.ludgens, of Lau
ens, spent Sunday afternoon with Mr.
nd311rs. J. Rt. McDaniel.
-Alisses Rebbeca and Maud MoDaniel
pent Sunday with Miss Clara Owings.
Mir. and Mrs. G. B. Brown and son,
., vlslled at the home of Mr. and
Irs. Andy 'Boyd Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Jones and moth
r,, of Ware Shoals, visited Mr. and
Irs. -11. Y. Boyd ISunday afternoon.
Ar. aid Mrs. A. I. Boyd were pleas
nt callers at the home of Nitr. and
Irs. 11. Boyd Monday night.
l. 1'dgar Molaniel spent Sunday
ir. and Mrs. B. Boyd and daughter.
dila, visited 'Mr. and irs. Alf McNinch
LCIDS IN STOMACH
SOUR THE FOOD AND
Paple11 Diapepsi"1 fixes s14111, rassy,
111set stomnuelIh iI tlvo minitutes.
You don't know wvhat upset your
tomach-which portion of the food
Id the daliage--do you? Well, (on't,
other. If your stomach is in a re
oil: If sick. gassy and upset, and
lnt you just ato )as I'ei'mented and I
arned sour; head dizzy and acis;
el gases and nelds and er'uet ate unl
igested food; biealh foul, tongue 1
oated-just -take a little Pape's Dla
psin to neutralize acidity and In five
linutes You wondeir what. hecarlte of
hie iiligest loi and disf'ess.
.\illions of mnen anl- womlen today
now that it is need4 s to have dys
epsia. A li tle Djal >psin .ccasional
r keeps the stotfiach sweItled, ,and
bey eat their favorite foods without
If your stoiach doesn't take care a
f your1 liberal limit withboot rebel
lon: If youir food is a damage iistead
f a help, remetilber tile qi ck est, str
st, uost. harmless alitineld Is I Pape's
)iapopslin, willch ('osts only lifty
cnts for a large e 'a it drug stores.
's truly wonlderiful---It soIIs food
ou'Ilng and sets tIhlugs straight, so
ently and easily tit it is really as
anishlig. Yout' st tomach% will digest
our' me1vals if You keep :vids neutral
FlIIENDSillP Nl'WIS. *
"riletdship, Nov. 5.-The farmers
ave been very busy sowing oats and
nkiig u11P potatoes for several days.
lhorn to .\lr. and irs. larnie W'asson
.\1r. ald Ms. chosterfield e Daiilel
f Oakville dined last Sunday with i'.
Id Mrs. Abe Coats.
Mrs. Abble Phillips of '10kom visited
eri sister, irs. loiu Coats last week- I
Mir, and Mt's. Glennt Abiteiromie Qf
I ickory Tiaver'n and .\1r. anid Mtrs. Geo.
Vashington of .\l. OlIve were last.
utnday guests of Mlr. and Mt's. WV. 1I.
is. J1. h. Pit Is, Mliss .Janui-atnd WaI
er' and Milss Lila Willsonl, tencher' of
his place, dinued at 3ir. Abe C'oats'
.\lrs. Miollie IBalentine andt daughitcr,
ilIss D~ewey, of Poplar Spr'ings coml
1mnity3, spent1 Wednesdayi wIth Mi's. . 1
,. Ptts and famIly.
.\Ir. MIur'phty PittIs has pur tchased a
iiRLS! DRAW A MOiST
CLOTH THROUGH HAIR,
DOUBLE ITS BEAUTY
'ry thtis! hla'r We thic(k, glossy,
Immnediate?--Yes! (Certaln ?--thuat's
hie joy of It. Your' halir becomes
ght, wvavy, tluiffy, ab~undat and aip
eat's as solit, lust routs and beaut ifutl
s a young girl's after a illandeino
air cleanse. Juost. try this-moistph i
cloth with a little Dannderine 'nd,
arefuilly draw it. - hrough y'ourt altr,,
likIng Otne simall -'triand at a timue.
'his will cleanse t'he~ hat' of dI st, dit
t' excessive oil atd \n just few mto-,
tents you have dlou ~ed thi beauty of
otur hat'. A delightfitl sut >r'se awaItsI
hose whose hait' ha cin nteglected]
r Is scraggy, faded, dry,' br'ittle or
htin. Besides beauttifying thre 'hair,
)anderine dissolves every pairti('le of
andrt'tff; eleauisos, pur'itles and invig
rates the sealip, t'rever' atopping itch"
tg and falling hair, bitt what will
lease yoit most will 1be after a few
reeks' use, when you see now -haIr
no and downy at first-yes-but rept
y new hair growing all over t'he scal p.
f you care for pretty, soft hair, and
ats of it, surely -got a small bottle of
[nowlton's Danderino from any drug
tore or toilet counter for a few ments.
N IACE TO STAY
tierney *Genera Seeks Gcoernorship
on fils liecord and "Reform" Plat
fora, gefers to Some Issues.
Colmbia 'Oct. 28.--Thomas HI.
eeples, Attorney General of South
'arolnn, today reafth'rmed hIs pr'evi
uts I,nnouncoment that he~ woul'! be0
i tt "nee for goye-'nor In 19i8. ile
an'h'ai been notifaid he and Ibni1
here are a number of applications
tlong wit.h hislon file at the office of
he judge advocate general ot tue army
md -t-- services will hardly -be neeu
1. Nir. Peeples alpled for a majerl.
y in this department stelle weeka agc,.
I'In following is -in excerpt from a
At Itetient handed out by the Attorney
"Attorney (lneral T)homas H. Pee
>les today positively and definitely an
iounced hIs candidacy for Governor.
le will stand, he says, flat-footed upon
lie lplatform ado)ted by the Reform
-onvention held In this city in Octo
er, 1916, and among the principal Is
,mes of Is camiaign which he will
>reseit will beI hIs record lin public
)fllce and the impartial manner in
,vlich he has discharged his duties,
mnd the many notable legal victories
Is ofllice has won during his incum
)ency. ie will advocate economy in
lie administration of all departments
)f the government, and ionesty and
'ileleney o the imrt of all ofilcials.",
General Peolles says that he will
lot wait to be'coisci-pted, but stand
ng tpon that great democratic prin
-iple of a free ballot and a fair count,
to offers hIs whole services, not to any
mrtleular class. but to all the people
f his state.
Mrs. Luelle Ihenderson Switzer. *
After an Illness of about seven days,
Jrs. Lucile lilendersonl S-witzer of the
'alrview section was Called to her
eward at about ten P. M. on the seven
eenth of October in tie city hospital
f (reen ville wh're she had Inder
tole two operationis for alppmendlit is.
l'he funeral services were hel(* at
Dials church on the eighteenth. She
vas a memiber of Shilohi ehurch from
arly childhood. She was only twen
y-t wo yeaIs of ige. It seems so
-hoe kingly sad for one so young and
-weet to he called away but we know
he Master which s.ise so faithfully
;wrved knows and does all thiinings well,
mo we meekly how to Ills will. She
Vas a loyal wife, a loving mother, and
t dutiful daughter and she will be
i'enitly missed by all tihe neighbors.
he 1le:Ives to 111011r her loss a lis
ald, P. W. Switzer, one child, little
Nofford, a mother :n' d father, .\Mr. and
drs. W. If. Henderson, one sister Lil
le and two brothers, Garnell and Dew
'y, besides a host of friends and oth
,r relatives. The sorrowing relatives
iave the hearifelt sympaithy of the en
"One That Loved 1ier."
S. C. FARMER FOLLOWS
Vaiunable iossessloin lost, for a long
line fould thbroum Iigh nire of at
.%ir. .1. 11. Birookshi irv of Taylors
toite 1, F. (., recently had a most
ratifying ex pe rieone. "Years; ago,"
le writes, "I lost the most valuable
hing a imian n call ssess--his health."
"thetumatisin, that lost cruel paill
flictor, had ie col ipletly in its
;rasl). I tied everyinIg I .ouh get
lilt not hing seemed toC hlpI anly. F'i
lally) I got so1 broken down I bad to
Ove up all work fpr eleven mo011 nhs,
had lost twenty-tfi'e pounds and1( the
loetor' saidI I had r'un d ow1in omplete
"Tihen at friend( tdld m11 of St'bFI~lI
t0-S0T, and I got sonme and f'ounid it
ilmost bl1e11sed remedyl indeed. 1 n1ev
31r explected to find-1.agaIn thei relief
'rom1 paln that S('1210l101t0-so0, has
riven me1 and I am Improving vei:7
'aplidly and hlave gainled bacek my
wenty-flve po11unds and I feel that this
ireat. r'emuedy Is the most. wonde rfulI
hing for' rhleiimatism that has ever'
Weln giv'en to mlankind. I hav',e just
tart ed my little hoy3, w ho is all lcted
vith eczemna, oni StiIllltitO-SOL and
t is helpIng himi wVonderftully and I
('l 1 ha this -eczeima will soon lie
"'SI' IMt"ItI~O-SOL, is surely thle most5
'iliamb lmedliine I have ever kno1wni."'
SI' IA0lTRHO-SOl. ia sold pnd( recomn
nonedil(( by the T~Laurens D rug (C0 .anld
tII 01ther druggIsts. .Aur ray Drumg Co.,
A'bolesal I st ri butor's.
I. * * * * * SSS * * * * *
'Watts MlIlI, 'Nov. 5.--On last FrIday,
'ovemnber 2nd, about no00n .\Ir. Tihomalls
Rogers aind AlIss Dud~ell hialdwin, of
3arksdale were0 mar'riedl at the home11
)f and by Rev. .T. A. Blrock.
Rev. .1. A. Birock filled his appoint
rnenlt at New Iliarimony on Sunday
noring and also at Hiellview on Sun
lay eveing; thlen also fillied his ap
olinment at Luicas Avenue on Sunday
Some of the deacons togethler with
>ther officials of the church attended
~he aninual supper given at the hotae
>f Rev J. A. Br'ock on last TJhur'sday
rIight which was very' muchn enjoyed
>y all After' thle suppern -Rev. AMr. WII
lams gave an inter'esting talk on
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
hilhl Tonic is equally valuable as a
3eneral Tonic because it contains the
wrell known tonic properties of QUININE
md IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives1
mut Malaria, Itr iches the Blood anid
Builds un the Whole satam. 60 cents.,
COMMENDS BANK OFUER.
Ir. C. . Roper, cashier of the En
terprise National Bank, has received
a letter from Joe Sparks, executive
secretary of the food conservation
committee for South Carolina, con
gratulating him )pon the advertise
nett carried last week offering a prize
for the best acreage of wheat In Lau
rens county for the coming year . Mr.
Sparks states that the idea appeals to
him as a very valuable one and that
he expects to ask the banks through
out the state to make similar offers.
The bank oflicials would be glad to
confer with anyone desiring to enter
Help Win t
To further stim
ty at this time, we
raising the cheape
next season. Co
3. Sworn state
duction, and amc
mitted at end of ,
pric6 of seed anc
team-work in hou
rate by us.
4. All records
Plant your acre
ber I 5th.
and urge your ne
FOR DRY GOC
ly up to the
own past rt
will be cha,
FOR MEN'S Al
in every qu
We want YOU
store. We have a lI
South Side Public Sqm
Annual Ilazaar Today.
The local chapter of (le Kings
Daughters will hold their annual ba
zaair In the Traynhai 1uards armory
today, to which the pubilc is cordially
Invited. In addition to the usual meals
which are served at a reasonable pr-ice,
fancy work and similar articles will
bo sol(. rhe dinner will .be served
from 12 o'clock on. The Kings Daugh
ters have always (lone t valuable work
of a charitable nature in the city and
their activitIes are noW extended to
aiding in war relief.
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
Take 14AXA'rIVP, flRONMO Quiine. It stops the
Cough and Heoadache and works off the Coldl.
Drtu rgiats refund nioney if It fails to cure.
'%vW uat~vUIb uiguature on cacli box. 30c.
he War and B
at the Same I
ulate the growth of N
hereby offer $25.00
:st acre of wheat in the
aditions are as follow
must list his name wil
must make 20 bushel
.ment as to measured
iunt of bushels by w,
:ontest. Cost of pro<
I fertilizer; also manu
es---all of which will be
must be in by July 1
and then list your na
your prize acre, p'ar
ghbors to do likewise
CIL J. OWINGS, Pr
stock is fresh, clean, we
times in every line.
AND CHI DREN'
this departnient we are
cord, which is an enviab]
med with the brilliant, cr
a4D WOMEN'S SHC
carry a line of shoes tha
ality that goes to make u
to join the crowds that
ittle talk for your ear ess
C(iation for Letters of Adinistration.
State of South Carolina.
('0ointy of JLaurens.
By 0. (. Thompson, Probate Juadg'e
Where'si A. A. Mladden inade stit to
me, to grant hii bet-ters of Adminis
Iration of the Esainte atnd effects of'
Mlrs. Lavinia T. Mladden.
These are therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and ereditors of the said Mrs. Lavinia
T. Maddenl, deceased that they be and
appear before me, 1q, the Court-df Pro-.
hate, to be held iat Laurens Court
Hi olse, Laurenis, . C-./n the 22nd
day of November, k9)X7itext, after pub
lication hereof, at' II o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, If any they
have. why the said Administration
shouild .not he granted.
GIveni uinder my han(d this 0th day
of 'November Ano )onmini 1917.
0. G. TIC.MPSON,
IG-21-A I .. P. L. C.
Vheat in our coun
in gold to the man
\county during the
:h us by the 15th
3 or more on acre.
acre, cost of pro
.ight must be sub
luction to include
re, man-work and.
figured at uniform
Lt somne more, too,
Il assorted and strict
excelling even our
e one. Any woman
eations we are show
t cannot be surpassed
p a perfect shoe.
are flocking to our
Lauren, S. C.