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C. C. Featherstone, W. B. Knight
FEATHfEl8TONE * KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
All Busliess Intrusted to Our Care
Wil1 Have Prompt and Careful Atteni.
Office over Palmetto Bank
Mr. Featherstone will ppend Wednes
day of each week In Laurens.
W. M. NASH
Terracing :: Leveling
Gray Court, S. C.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Office InI Peoples Bank Building
Simpson, Cooper & Babb
torneys ; L a.
WIl Practice iII all State Courts
l'roipt Attention Givenk All Husine0ss
Oil Tanks anil limps, Air Cum
pressors, Computing Scales, Floor
Seals ,w Cas Accoun lit Ieg
it Rsiebuilt Cash egstrs
Safe., 0torv (ixtur1-s.
Til E IIAMUll/VON SA L ES CO.
Cohimbia, S. C.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Promriipt .\IteAtioi Ulveni All Business
Iloney t1 Lonn ona Real Estate
Ofilee in KiImon n lianilig
C. E. KENNEDY & SON
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls answered any hour day or night
0. Langdon Long
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Enterprise National. Bank Building
All Legal Business Given
"Black-Draught is, in
. amy opinion, the best liver:
states Mrs. R. H. White- .
' side, of Keota Okia. She '
.'.in my cheCst alter eating
tight, uncomfortable fel
mng-and tis was very
L 4disagreeable and brought
S of: headache. I was con
Sstipated and knew it wa
inadigdstion and ianctve~j
.liver. I began the use of it
:* Black-Draught, night and~!
' ' morning, and 'it sure isJj
gives relief." crtil
F'or over seventy years
thIs purely vegetable
Preparation has been
*found beneficial by thou
sands of persons suffer
ing from effects of a tor.
pid, or slow-actIng liver.
* IndIgestIon, biliousness,
colic, coated tongue, diz
ziness, constipation, bit
ter taste, sleeplessness,
lack of energy, pain in
k* back, pdffiness under the B
*eyes-any or all of these
symptoms often indicate
that there is something
the matter with your'M
*liver. You can't be too
careful about the medi- d
cine you take. Be sure
*that the name, "Thed
ford's Black-Draught," Is
on the package. At all
* Accept Only
INCOME TAX TIME
IS COMING AGAI
Plans for Aiding Taxpayers Next Ye
Are Made Public by Bureau
As 1920 dralws nearer the cloi
many men and women. of Laurens ar
throughout this section, in commt
with those in all other parts of ti
country, are beginning to make pr
liminary calculations of the 'total fl
uro of their income during this yei
in an effort to learn just how ha
the 1921 federal income tax paymei
will hit them. '
Extensive plans for aiding taxpa:
ors, it was announced yesterday, J
filing their returns next year are no
being made by the bureau of intern
revenue, aild revenue ofticel's will vi;
it every' county in the state to assi:
inl making out the forms. It is likel
that the ofilcer in charge of collec
Ing this tax in South Carolina, Joh
M. Ioberts, will move his headqua
ters from Colmbinla to ( reevilville ea
ly in the new year, and this shoul
afford additional aid to taxpayers her
The (late of the arrivai of elileia
and the location of their ollices I
:ich tsvin vill be an nounnced t hrouu
the preiss, or may be obtailed by if
luiry at the oillce of Mi. Roberts I
ColmbIia: or at branch oflices.
Sen dimi' 6111. Fo1m:;
Po!)111l; ;or ig iH20 r(turnls of If
(o( will I ( nt by colile(or; I
personsW ';win> la'- year fil"d a retir:
PaPi'' to riv * ' 0. 4'!iI, iio%% -evv
d o nt reev!oy, a per.on fron !
ob'li.-ationl to) Ilif a ref- en-1 w0i t !
fihlm :'wbd Copies" may be oi
I.aliel from oloices of colle to s <
lt rnal rVonie, branch ollicus, por
o ;' and hank. and are vxeweeted I
be available oil or b'ore JanIrv 1.
I onu foilli ers adjoigied to ii
work of assisting talpayers also wI
ho suppi ed with1 forms, ('Oiicncrii
which, and the various- itelms of i1
colit' to )e included, they will be pr<
pared to answer any and all pte:
tions. It has been demonstrate
however, that many questions may I
eliminated if the 'taxpayers, befoi
asking the assistance of a revent
ofilcer, will carefully study the I
structions on the form.
The period for filing returns is froi
January I to March 15, 1921. TI
tax,. this'year as last, may be paid i
full at the time of filing 'the retur
or, in four installments, the first 4
which is duo on or before March 1
the second on or before June 15, tt
third on or before September 15 ar
the fourth oil or before December I
The flrst installment must accompari
the filing of the return.
'Persons whose individual not it
collie for 1920 was $5,000 and le.
should ask for tForm 1040A, tho
whose individual net income was I
excess of $5,000 should ask for For
Urge No Delays.
The !'ureaui of Internal Itevenmie
I r*gi ug taxpayers not to delay inl til
11iing or their returns. .\lerehans o
blismess men5 are01 110asittig uip teir' 10
('0unt s for the ca1 elen ' '0'mI.1
W1h the fact.s and aigureg jMesessar
to II1at~ 1a ('0rrec't return'l fres~hi
their1 iinds, Ith min g oit of a for
soon after January t wvill be an easIit
tas5k. the lirea I'in 1)ts out, thanm~
IThe requiiiremien ts 01' the revent
net1 relia tinJg to returnIls for th yie
year 191 . I v ry sn l ron w o
ne noe for 192) wvas $1,000
mor01e and every married Per'son whlo~s
not4 incomle 'was $2,000 01r mnore imm
tile aL returnii. The exemp itions a1
$1,000 for single Persons aind $2,0(
foir marri'ied plersons and1( he~adIs
families, lusi an additional exemptio
of $200 for' cach Per'son depenfd~lnt al
on the taxp~ayer' for' Chief suphopor't
such person is uinder eighteen yeal
of ago or' inceapa1ble of self suipor
A sIngle per'sonl may clain ani bxemnj
tion of $2,000 as thio head of a famil
if lie la the sole suppilort of oneO C
more relatives living in the samr
house with hIm, and if lie exereIst
control over household affairs. nt~
duelions troml 'gross income to whic
the taxpayer is entitled in arriving a
net iincomo ar'e fully explained in th
instructions on the forms.
Who Must Pay
The 'Bureau is emphasizing thi
year that thle requIrement to file
retuirn rests solely upon a ileronBf
mlarital status and the amount of hli
or her net Income for the year 1924
SIngle persons whose net income wa
$1,000 or more and mlarried person
whose not income was $2,000 or mor
must file a return regadloss of whieth
thleIr incomes are non-taxable 'by res
son of their exemptions.
The normal tax rate for' 1920 Is 4 p(
cent on tile first $4,000 of net incom<
The surtax r'ate, which Is compute
wIthout tile benefit of the exemptiot
r'anges fr'om I ner' cent on the amour
of net incomol between $5,000 and~ $6
000 to 65 her centt on tile amount
net Income ill excess of $1,000,000,
For' the furtther' information of taxt
pay~ers In filIng their r'etuirns, the
has ben prepared by the Bureau c
Internal -Revenue a series of short a'r
-ticles oil, the income tax laws at
Ir 1920 regulations, the.first of twhich wil
appear on January 3d. Errors here
0 tofore mado havo been noted, and ti
d taxpayer Is told how this year -the
' may be avoided.
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T"T1 vROwt o00 AS A Q\ OF
Your o. y Bahi If 11 ..0-1 y111)
( onte ('p to Thelkse (inims,
to kill1 rats an~d inice. C-t tr1,0
0 them. (iodenIts killed with IA1T-NA
11 Ivave It o y-mell. lzat pIss lp all foo
J! -get It tAT-SNA P. Their first mev
Is their last. IZAT-SNAP comes I
-akes. No mixling. Cats or dog
2won't touch it. 'Thiree sizes, 35v, UP(
nd $1.25. Sold and giaa eid b)
Lantirens lIardware Ca>., l'itnamH'i' I )ru
1-,Store an(d Kennedy Bros.
and We I
~ You may
they will i
f HEYWAtD QUITS COLIiCTORSHIiP
j Former Governor liesigids as Collector
I of Internal RUyenaue for State.
'Washington, iDec. 1.-FoIner Gov
ernor 'D. C. fleyward has resigned as
y collector of Internal Revenue for
South Carolina. Ills letter of resig
nation was received at the -reasury
Card of 'Ihanks
We wish to -thank each and every
one of our friends, neighbors, physi
clan and pastor for thoir mniny acts of
kindness and love during the recent
illness and death of our dear husband
and father. May God's richest bless
ings rest uponl them nll.
Ars. Geo. Brown
A Chinres Custjm.
In Chlfn. wt dinrnti is t(heattrical
perforIonne111c: It is cuistoituary to pro
%-.de -:uests or spcaoswith hot tow
vls saiturted whib scented water for
Victor Over Misfortuno.
Ifiap1py Is the mn11n whlo emn endure.
the highest anld the ilwe.t f4rtune. IlTe
who l111s end1red - slie v'ielss!t I IIIde
w-ith P411lu illity hns deprivedl itW-4
tune fr its oer.- -eieen
- . - ";'1 i -.jt
-.A:. , wil n w r ol the dis.
n ::-d .. 1 u-n hn t1' he0 bocly against
fu:. .-: I t me:.' e ,ald u gs
Af:- ((m' -ta naimn) Golf Medal on avery lp'4
11ma 4-.ccep.t nit imitation
ion of Christmas gif
id appropria.te prese
We have an especiall
elieve that they ar<
For The ,
P erft ume Sets \'l
Wh'lite. ivory Xets #/
I~adites' I land flags '
Chr tistmans Cards
purchase your gifts
e timely and apprec
ou as to what "He"
WOOD SAWING MACIIINE
Do not foirget that when you buy our Ty)e "W" Drag Saw ma
chine, cut of which you have seen In the paper, that you buy one
with Dosch Magneto, and which alone sells for about $40.00. This
machine Is also controlled by lever and Friction Clutch, which pre
vents stopping of F3ngine every timo you wish to stop the Saw.
Anl last but not least this Machine sells for NO more than the ma
cbies that are not etqulpped with Bosch Magneto, and do not have
COLUM1BIA SUPPLY C031PANY
823 West. Gervals St. ColuiaIIl, S. V.
We are now ready to accept rcgular
boarders for meas alone and for zleep,
Meals alone we charge $6.50 per
week and for slep and meals on applica
Fornerly Fiiney Hottel
R. E. ANDEY, Manaer
IAS GIFT .lc
ts makes it possible to select
nts without a large outlay of
y fine selection of gifts this year
N in the reach of every one.
C aroin lla ys
a tial I Ia s
rigr w iel
here with -the confidence that
iated. We will help and advise
or"She"~ will like best.
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