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T XABLE INCOME OF 1'. S.
SHlOWS CillAT 1NCitEAiSE1
Taxnle in1coirne of Nation Increased In
1I1s $2,1272,00000H) Over 1917. 31it.
lion-a-Year Class Is Decreased by 71.
\\'ashingtol, Nov. IS.-Despite the
loss of 71 oinmbers oi the cottntry's
1-I1ioll-a-yea' 11i00o11 class, the tax.
a;e ino:3n1 of tlie ilited Stattes in
%' 't.Cd ill 1911 I by over $2,272,000,000
it. colaeled with 1917, according to
dthe incontIe statistics isieitonlight by
e h rIl':au of illtet nalI revelue. Inl
Iie 1)0l'ttI for 1!91 tIlIIotISlt(,dl to
4 5,92,C ,35 , a ainst about$1,0 -
OC1.000 in 1917, though 1 11 persons
i d I returns for ineoines of $1,000,
bo1,0oein ('),- over inl 1917 and only 67 ill
l'er' on ' rettrns for ilicolle of froni
. 0,000 ;o .1.01,000 were fild by J7S
orsonn. abhill. 1,-_16,9:3S persons filed
" tI tIrlS f3or3 incollie from $1.000 to $2,
141. Inloleles frm1 $2,000 to $3,U00)
were Cholwn ol 1,-916s7s retlills, al
f'orn $:;,000 to $1,0011 inl 610,01. t) urns
Ior. in1c3t.lics from $5,000 to $10,000,
73, :'ettIrns were' liled and1 foI ill
'mlt fr 1 :$1,0400 to $15,0100. .;9,912 re
Ov-r ,00 personis 1tunie re(turnls Onl
:lnin ,!-otm $15.=0 to $214,000, and
I','"' ll iltlie flom $20.0)100 to $25,
Iellit f1in $1 .000 to 0$.1"0,00o atld
l,* m'.ade yelllis foi. ille'iles be
(-o n !ItO,000 a nd 1 .0 .
Th'. 'st tax. 111tlillg to $117,
-:vibj wa collected l invcoile frlolin
, t $1 0.,3,)3, w it i 12 6. I I 79
ctl 1-1l. involue fr3om $I10,000 to
M':5in, :ext. oineniv beween $0,
":m a '2.14 1, paid $21,11 '.000. The
niumiori -f wives Hilin seimrate re
i *.' f:o:n their hlsbands w-;as 3,912,
h 1 it'it'lleprest'ntetd being $:3:3,218.
Of 1*.1 indIstrial groilps froi which
neIolnt wvas derived agr1iculturlal and14
n lat.-, industrics Ied w.-ith :72,:3::; r
urs:1 'porting :a tota! "vi, inlcomei of
I ,2T.7. :2,i:
lincon11-( derivied froln inIVestnIen1tS
rI tl( l <.,( ar was $l.. li,4 1 1,o0)0 . Itt' s
'Il royalties paid $!l75,171,I;i; inter
oil londis. note's, Mtc., inll tidinig
l ij-arier anid foreign ources $1,102,
'~~~~~~ G.9:addvdns$.Ns.7 19,2 11.
Tht twelve souther .,tales, .\la1a
. A:kanu:as, Plm' ida, (;vot rgia, [.onid.11
a, Alis. issippi, NoitIh Ua roIi na
ahmSouith Carolina. Tennlesseek
xa. alil it'gilia , l it tial o
I .Onal i I I(C0( Int tx let II Ils, ol
I 3nt of I Il u nIi t ry 'sj tot:t
r 1 '1h-1ar y'-:a1 v f 19 Th
'I ) 1 3 1a 11 n 't i 1 .1 of) $1,'1 .
o . W:-) pv; - )ent of teit- coun
d ia n ilcrI:l Z. of $2').sN;t
(I 3 L 7. Thel~ '' i tax 'ah3 b
bv 1 .s T~ h ' ,,a -.,210 1
111 13f the to11l paid by fil
! r', a 11 1 - of:;
1i':laII a third anl Georgi
. 1h,' ranie''d i tIhe s m m111:1
\ L3 i a li ill.111. Okcon o lwhil A0lab11in;
--: 1' l ia n t fin om'ax pat
T .e)as :a k3 3.Irst, Io isian s1,7 ond
St3 i 1.o ill(1t3:e ',2tates0i
I (I I l. i n r as 0.,:1-> 5 -
- 0 '8,5,3 5,isere7ase4 $2'ereento
* '''27': ! r 'tr s . $4ofincom' e I. P
'Urn ::,:7:: icom
- '' ' '. a0.311 $2,,59,I5I: t3:
N' tota' rerns .1 9; 40101 of a*
:2,:,;0 in, reas 3 142, l1. 19r
* ' f 3 tota reu n : 'oIK (f inconi
T d .''e: billus :s:0:1 2:t zincomn
7)1 . I. iner ;ise $2, of ,15'I :ta
I 0 i ntIgi r30011toe $l0 1,01 ; t'll 1111
.('o!, I':: n 0311' Iel'll ,t-',6:; 3,.
CoItat Cans Iip en Throuh Meal
,.AXTJV many rQliNITablPe rev,
wion. T 'oily ine Onrom col d
CrtoVuc hd trT-oNA." You t
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * .
.Iones, Nov. 20.--\'ile in iCreen
wood recently we met .lMr. -Do\Vitt
Owen, whose fattier, the late Sainttel
Owen, was one of the best frientds we
Though sonewhat late 'we wihl to
adld ourl tribute of respect to thev luein
ory of otr relative Judge J. Ftiiler
I yoit, as was welt known by all of
his acquaintances. il al'l of thbe Iela
tions of life lie perfornmed li duty
nobly. II ow inspiring suchi a life. h'll e
bf renved ontes have our teiderest syi
lb In. J. 1P. .lorritjson and .J. 11. Oila
aie building a nice cotage fot Al r. \V.
I. I lughes.
The friends of \Ir's. John Davis of
II r'eweTrtoi weie I 'iatly' hailed to
iear c her death on the i ith. She
was a tuost excellentt womnan and was
held inl the higrest e'stteetn by all of
Ier aq tila inta nees. \\'e syttpathize
tienderly with *,he sorely her'eaved
Ir. \. T. Jones is profoundly grate
fiil to all of his friends, white and
colored, for recent kind favors.
'When tihe water was shyt off lit
are Sholas to work ol the tam, i
great inany large fish were caiught.
Mlr. W%. T. Jones, .Jr.. and faniily of
('ol Ulunhia, recently visited his pareit.s
Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Jones, Sr.
31r'. G;. 1,. Grahlainl is teachling thet
We were glad to hear that our
schoolutate atnl walln friend. Chiei
.11ii.Ice lugene 13. (a ry, has recovered
fr-m an attack of in1etintlolila.
.\Mrs. Dr. V1. T. .1ol s. appre: lates
tlie pIhotograph of her iaiie sake., Miss
I.anra .Jolni's of Green
.\r. V. S. Kngit his movedl to An
de1. and has charge of :a boalrding
Wo symlpathlize with .\r. andl M.\lts
W. Ii. (Garlisont inl the delalt of t1eir
No Worms ha a Healthy Child
All children troubled with worms have av:o un
healthy color, whleh indicates poor blood, and as a
rule. there is niore or less stomach disturbance.
GROVE'S TASTELSS chiliTONIC given regularl'
for two or three weeks will enrich the blood. im -
prov- the digestion, and act as a General Streugt h
ening Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
throw off or dispel the worms, and the Child will be
In perfect I - ilth. Pleanaut to take GOc oer tx)ttle.
Sicily Practically Treeless.
Sicily Is lapractically a treeless coU
try. 1b a journey of 150 itles ntcross
the island, ote can not observe a sin
gle tree that would cut at ten-itch
board. Wide boards (14-Inch) of Ital
lan origin arc employed in the making
of heavy boxes for the shipment of
1lloriee. The wood Is a species of Ca.
Drug Taking :aId Criminality.
iore t1n 50 per cent of those Id
i er-:. to drugs have crm1 ninni histories.
This is proved by the recorlis o th Me
deptartinent of correction, New York
F IN AL NE'"IL E:31EANT
Tke notice that on thec '.'th day 01
* . lmber. 1920, t will render a ilna)
((eolnt of may acts and doings as Ad.
min Iis;trator of the estate oc Sallit
inrns Osborne deceased, in tle Olli(c
o1 the .Jndge of l'robhatea' of laaurem
voilnly, at I l o'clock, a. in. 1and on tit
same day will apply for a final dis
C'arge from mlly trtst as Administrator
Any%- personl indebted to said estata
is n(otified andt reaitired to )make pay
mntill (I that date: andalil ierasolu
havina: (laiis against said estate wil
prosot! thle on or hofore .!d 1date
in ly provIen or lhe foreverl biarrted.
C. 1. 110110,
Nov. 21. 11210. 19-1m1a-A
Farmer A.-" [ have sold my lower place (and muitst have
it kIrveyed; who should I get todo the( wor0k ?'
Farmer B.-- . H.Todd, of corise.
Farmer A.--"Yes, I would l prefer him. but11 his cha rges
seem a little high.'
Ia rmier ll .--.' 'SeeIts high. uNly. I sold ity ol( home place
and felt just as you do, so I got anlot her siuirveyor. It took
this other 1111n foiur days to do Ihe job and he limade a midst ake
ol twelve ares. r finally had to get Todd to <10 the whole job
overl an1d it. took him only% two days co do it riglht, saving1 me
.\lO1lAl-I F YO I IA V 1S' RlIYN1 T( ) DO II A V E IT
DONE R[GHRT AT F'IRST AND) AVOID Fl'I1TillE
I0XPi'EN8E AND DlllS A ( 1ATON
B. R. T. TODD, Engr.
PITiONis 46. ,A8 l' ENS,. K C.
YU Make the Money on These Values
e Make The Friends
We've Reduced Prices on Every Article in the
Store, Regardless of Costs Because we Know
People Want Lower Prices. We're Going to
Make This Store the Value Center of Laurens
Men's and Men's
Boys' Wnt er
No "Leonard, Shaw & Dean" andC
$2.65 "Boatonian" Gun Metal and
Tan Men's Shoes in English9c
$2.95 and Blucher Lasts.
85j- $10.00 TO $11.00 VALUES
4S P E CIAL5
EVERY SHOE IN THE HOUSE REDUCED
Worth $8.50, $9.0O and $10.00o
H S Made by Stetson and Schoble
In all the season's shapes and shades, Sizes 6 3-4 to 7 1-2 _____
Fleece Lined eRibbed Shirts
Shirts and W harton Clothing Co. andDrws
Drawers worth Cash Clothiers---"Suits Me" Worth $1.50
s $1.15 LAURENS, S. C. GREENWOOD, S. C. Special 95c