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Friday, .Jlan. 21, Sullivan townlshlp,
W. D. Sullivan, Sr.
Friday, Jan. 2-1, Dials township,
Friday, .Jan. 24, Youngs township,
Saturday, .1an. 25, Hunter township,
Please make note that the appoint
ments will be filld just as advertised
an(d to please cot e out anti make re
turns. One man usually makes the
whole round and some may not under
.stand the notlee this time, as I have
divided up the territory in the several
All male citizenr; betiween the ages
of 21 and 6t0 years on the first of .an
1:ary, except those Who are Incapable
of earnitg a support. from be ing
Imaimeld or1 from other causes, are
<(itmed polls, Conf /derae verans
.\Iso all Inale citizenls bet'ween tle
, -es of 14 and 50 on the 1st day of
J1. a ay, 1920, art liabe to a road taxI\
of $10and are rdIre111-d to10 make
d:iring the HtiM ahove sp(efled and
1hi ,I return of ,-.aiv to the Auditor
11:111 Itay to the County Treasurotr at
triv same time other taxes are paid in
.llen of working the road,-school trus
(eeS, students and tm ini1sters are ex
cepted from road tax.
All taxpayers atro reqtiir'el to give
townsliip and number of school dis
tricts; also state whether properly is
situated in town or country. EacI lot,
tract, or parcel of land must be on
After the 20th of February 50 per
cent penalty will bet attached for fail
ure to make returns on personal ptrop
erty and] 20 -per cent on transi'ers of
JT. W. T H O.\lPSON,
20-id County Auditor,
Gr-"p's Tasteless chtili Tonic
restoretn vitnlity anti tenergy byI purifyilg and1 e.'
ric inig thei blood. Yo can11 soon0 feel Its Strength
enin01 Invigor,.ting E ITet Pelec @c.
INFLUENZA A RO
Leaves Victims of Pecer
ened Rundown Con
Most are Slov
Says Cood Nourishing Foodi
Must Be Assimila
if yout, like thtousand~s of others,
have just cometi through ant attack oIf
Influaenza, yout knotw how greatly it
has weakenetd your whole system. You
ar'e back at work, but "weak on youtr
insf" and unlable to stand thle strain
of hlard tdaily effort without quickly
You ate weak,- listless, run down
andt lack strength and reserve force at
the very season of the year when you
shoutld be at youtr phlysical best to
wlthtstatnd the rigors and hlardiships
of theC hardl winter season just blefore
-Strengtht anti health COmel black very
slcowly after Influenza or Pneumonia
unless you ado'pt a systetmatic plan' of
body building. It Is folly to let Na
tutre take its course without help anti
eqtually foolish to dose the stonmacht
with strong silmulants or so-ealled
tonics .which wvhip or lash the jatded
nerves into slpasmodlic temporary ac
Thte hest wvay to qutickly regain lost
strength, flesh and hetalth, says a wvell
kn.townl authority, ia through the orig
inal sourcp of all st rength--your dalily
food. Food, however, produltces flesht,
strtengthi andl nlormtaI heal th onily in
tihe ptropor'tion inl wvhichi Its nour tisht
,Ing lemtents are absorbed b~y the
blood0(. Your illntess has~ thlrown your
assila~lflyV organs outt of contdition
and ypu atre fall ing to absorb the full
noi Ihiment your foojl contains. Proh
ably sixty per cent of the fats, sutgar,
starches, proteln8, etc of your meals
V e . . . ; .11 . .;: ., -1 c I I
h rho e inl Co n h:.: nfir enoyvi n:
:1 pln u!eke i l l her Imother.
' . . .Iro: 1:s a oIlher r lat ives
The mall frie(Is or Toi Sergiealli
iherce Iiarris. of Camp .1ackson, will
he glad to know he is at home now
with his parents, being among the flirt
to receive hi,s hionorable discharge
from the service.
The Rev. (. G. Ilarley filled his regu
lar appointment here on the fourti
Sunday afternoon, this being his last
appearance before conference, which
convened in Chester. 'Mr. Harley has
Just conileted his second year on this
charge and carries with him to confer
ence one of the best reports in the his
tory of the circuit, and his many
friends trust the lishop .will see fit
to return him for yet. another year.
Miss 10mma Harris was the atrae
tiv' guest of Misses Fannie and Sal
lie Brownilee Thanksgiving night.
Miss Mattie Simmons had as her
guest Siunday night, Miss Laura Ilel
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Armstrong, of
loutn tai 1innt, and Miss Eliecn Curr'
were dinniiet guests of 'MIss .Tewel
Curry on last Sunday.
rIt-. and R bs. Robert IHenderson re
eelved a telegrain from Washington
Wehlesday, conveying the sad news
that their son Plumer, was among the
Southli Carolinians who lost their lives
on the ill-fated troop ship Otranto.
Though a mere youti, Private I lender
son had been in the service for a num
her of months, being a volunteer, most
of the time being spent. in Texas. For
some weeks his parents had felt. no
little apprehension concerning his
Weltfare, culmilnating in tihe sorrowing
news received Wednesday. Mr. and
MI rs. Iilenderson's eldest son, Converse,
Is withI the American Expeditionary
F~orce In F~rantce, antd thle sympaI~thy of
the~ entire community are with the he
It isi suirprising to note that of the
many yountg men't thatltihave gone (out
t Epidemic in a Weak
dition From Which
s nest >Strenth Maker---But
ted, Not Wasted.
are, instead of going into y'our b'lood0
to nour mishi youri body, piassinmg right
hrough you as waste-und(1igestedl and
tunassitulaut ed, much as unblii ued coal
fallis thIirough an openi fitrnace grate.
'This merely mneanis that t ho asshuti
lativye funttins of yoiur stomaech and~
intestines need somethinag to get them
working right again. TIhere is noth
ing better for t his lipurpiose thatn the
famous assimilative agent knowvn as
fDreco-whvlich has beeni called the
missing linik between foodl eating and
D~reco is not a tonic in the ordin
ariiy ntecepted sense4. It (loes not of
itself butildl strength and flesh hut a
spoonful, taken with your meals, for a
fow (lays acts upon every mouthful
you1 eat, first separating all the fats,
oils, suigar's, starches and other in
gredlienits that make flesh and strength,
from the useless waste matter andl
thien . preparling all the fat-making
nlourishing olettents into a form whieh
youtr blood can r'eadily absorb and (dis
tribute throughout your body.
The effect iluickly felt. Strength,
(energy and lost wveight. are .quickly
restor'ed in a natuiral way without the
needl of false tonics or stunulanutts. In
jtust a few dlays you should look, act,
feel and be youtr 01ld trite self againu.
D~rco is perfeetly harmless and
strtongly endlorsed by the physicians
who use it. I. is disphnsed lere in
Laurens by Laurens Drug Co. if you
have had Influecnza~ and are still feel
ing weak and rutn down, you should
by all mans give Decn a trIal.
tIr (the .'erviev, qinitO a number of
whatnl art, inl Franlco, olm;t, -rso)
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ri a I
mr .ec. wern very i it1ntIt i ImI
i fI I i ve, andI we are 1o Iookin for- I
\waI rdt wit 1 1 Ileaisur I!1 to hav he tr wit Ih
11s wain on Friday. llceibor 21st.
We hope to have a good initmher of the
.\lis. T. A. Druimond has beeln on
the sick list a few days.
.Nir. C. 1). Cox attended the fu n eral
or his nephnw, .ir. T. c. iosey, at
Woodruff. Mr. Posey visited here of
ten and his many friends are sorry
to hear of his sudden death, which or
Curred at Orangeburg last Wednesday.
While some of us were grieving and
sympathizing with the h'elatives of
Frank .NI. Cox, One of our 10boys relort
ed killed in last. week's paper, by
chance we saw a late Greenville pa
Pier and it. states t hhit. he is not dead;
was seriously w(ound1(1e( hut now on the
road to reeovery. Certainly sounds
good to his loved ones and relatives.
We feel so thankfiul t(hat he has not
11i111e the silprellie sacrilire and1(l Will
soonl he retirnied to his p:rents. \e
sympa)tizd with i his family ,,n(l iow
W( dall h1artiy rejoice withIi tihm.
.\Mr. .1. T. lluirgess and family m-1t
a VOeiY pleaisanit vi it to Andiersoi I
few dlys ag o oI) visit relaitive, and
have idretrned htomel after' a1 delighlt fut
Mr. T. I,. Ilarney and family, of
Sparianhrtig, spoit Sunday with rel
Mr. A. M. Fulrlight and son, -
Campoblh11 came down to see iis old
friends, Mr. It. M. .Jolinson and Mr. II
-leglin, for a while last Sunday.
Mr. Roy DeShields and sister. Miss
Grace lleShields, were the guests of
Mr. .1. I. Patterson and family Sunday.
Mrs. 1,o1 Ferguson and little daugh
Ier, MIary3 [~ou, spent. T1hanksgiv~ingp
With Mris. J1. S. higgins. Mrs. Annie
Nabor01s anrd eh ildrein'i Spent Thani k sgiv.
ing; withi her sister, M\rs. J1. 11. Patter
('apt. J. W. Lanford loft Monday
miorin g f'or 'Ten nessee, to buy3 anothr
load of hogs and cattle for market.
Mr i. G ;roverio urnet te is on t he sick
list this week.
Mr . M. Fleiing spienit a veory pl eas
nnt, day with his nlephew, Mr'. Jalines
W righ I, and family, Sun day.
Nir. b,. l. 'Ca nnon has been r'eal sick
bht we are glad1 to r'eport sonme bet -
ltr at this writing.
Mr. J. D). Jqpinsoni has been sick, but
bettecr aL presen0t.
Mliss Leill IIa Cooper leaves Tuesday
to attend collego at IHot Springs, N. C.
Messrs. Yates and Charles Waldrep
and their cousin, Shaw .Johnson, of
Woffor'd College, were her'e to sp~end
Mir. Jiohn Melmnoth Fleming wvas ac
cidlentalIly shot Saturday after'noon hi
tr'ying to) adjust a dlefective gun soime
way'. We hope the wvound will inor
prove very ser'ious.
Mr'. Jones Osborne, from Camp
JIackson, spent the wveek-end wvith'his
Mliss Moll ie Moore of this 'ommuntni
ty, was tmat'ried in McCormk'k Sundl~ay
aftet'noon to Mr. Har'ry Marsh. It
surtely wvas a, surprise to her tany
ft'iends here. Although we know she
won't. be wIth us again as5 Miss Moore,
our' loss is McCormick's gain, andl w
wvish for her the happiest marriage
that has ever beoen.
GOOD* TH LATDO
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61J. A %Da .
Som;e yr u wvi neei@d a hY; ai et;~
Pre7s.-Lite Battery to fit yur car and it will ive yea
the utniost in power, dependabiiity, endlurrance ard ser
vice. Ask about it at our official Prest-O-Lite Service
Cold weather is coming, and if your battery is in a
run-down condition the Electrolyte will freeze, causing
the plates to buckel and cut through the separaters,
making your battery useless. Bring your battery in for
free test and advice. We can save you money on your
114 WEST MAIN ST. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
On account of shortage of clerical help
and the high prices we are having to
pay for cotton seed and labor, we are
forced to turn our products into cash as
* quick as possible. So we are selling
meal and hulls FOR CASH ONLY.
PRICES ON HULLS AND MEAL
Hulls . . . . . $1.00 per hundred
Meal . . . . . . $2.75 per sack
Laurens Oil Mill