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* Local and Porsonal ention. *
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Mr. . V. Profltt has.re.Igued his
position as clcrk with J. H1. Sullivaii.
9 Mrs. James 11. Sullivan has returned
to the city after apending several
weeks nvith relatives at Brunson.
Mi;;s Nell Jones spent the week-end
with Miss Vermelle Caine at Gi'cenville t
' lr. hp. W. lMachen and little daugh
ter have returned home after a visit i
to .rclatives at DeoIand, Fla. .
Miss iteile Hlinsliaw, of Winston
Salem, N. C., is .the guest of her sister,
Mrs. B. M. Wolff, on West Main street.
Miss Elizabeth Lochridge, of Atlanta,
Ga., is tho guest of Dr. and Mrs. W.
G. Fcrguson on West Main street.
Judge C. C. Featherstone, of Grecn
Wood, was aloIg those who atc tided I
the fune.ral of Dr. 11. K. Aiken Frilay .
A\1r. W. Carl \\*i:trtoII, of Waterloo, (
Was in the city yo.terday attentiding I
the1 (: :Wre;or meeting of the IhaurenI t
National Ban'k. t
Al -.. V. Q. .iilter, of Austin, Tex.,
vxes;e, ''rd inth c y today to Visit
:...:....' :2. 1l. .liter for ;ole 1I
'00. T. !). I1) nne 1ame 1u froml
.n..\.mIf::y to al- id Lb di
ne bhay, a:jpedng( V
r l 1, - va . a v.in .. a u
i o h iLy.
Air;. J. 1 . \\'nofdd and Mirs. J. 2
Covrin;tlem, of (Gieville, spent the
-V l: nd -11!! h0 the f.nilyM of their i
cou ia. Xl . . :. (. Sillivan, oil olth -
.\ll'. .lohn D). Chhrs.who has.,; n
,ick a.dt l: e on. !ast \1,01n stm i
for s ival mo:lth:, i-i shovinlg somliv,
sig'is of4 impvovo it aid i.i iov able
to wall: about. the house.
.lrI. 1Iohert G. Sulivan has rettined,
to Schlool at Fruitlan'd lustitute, N. C.
Miss Anna ). Suillivai re;uimed her
studives at Winithrep College last i
Thr i.vday after spending lier two
weks' liolldays with hert sister, Miss
lIarriet I. Sullivan, in New York City.
Friends of Mr. Fleming Smith were
delighled to see i hm out again this
week afteK having 'been con filed to his,
home for several weeks on account of
sickness. le came down to his post
at the Davis-Roper Company Monday 1
and although not entirely woll is able
to wait on his trade again.
p Mr. John F. Bolt, one of the' federal
electors for South Carolina, spent I
Monday in Columbia to officially cast
the ballots of the state for president.
Mr. Bolt was prevailed upon to con
vey the results of the election to
Washington, but did not aecept the
Mr. .1. W. MCem'Zemie, who spent
2everal years here In the insurtance
bitsie aind was aetive In civic w\ork,
Spenit .\lnday inl the city onl bus inless
an(d was ;lveni a cordial reception by
his niany fricnds. .\Mr. .lcKemie Is
now . taveIing for a Colhinila whole-!
a2e house and Is making headIuarters
in Concord, N. 'C., whlere he and his
C'ardl of Thanuks
A*s the brother of Hugh K. Aiken I
want for myself andl hIs family to ex-.
press to all the kind friends of his~ -
and ours the iATipreclation we feel for
the ma11'nyeats of kindness and sym..
tiathy that were so freely given at. theC
time of his death anad liutrial. Nobody I
anyvhlere could( have b'een kinder aind
we ill alIways; remembei~)(r It as a rayj
(Connol ly Spinigs, N. C..
Tir'ty-thiiree young fiends wvere
guec t. of Mi. I .\lartha Sitsan I riggs
yesterday afternoon01 at her hiome on
SuilI,lia street itn celebrlatiti of her
seventh birthday. All kinds of games '
were hlayedI, after nyhich Ice creanm,
cak, .fruits and nuts were served. The
aft ernoon was immensely enjoyed and
all went away very hiappy oveir the
Meeitng of U. D). C.t
The-J. II. Kershaw chaplter, I'. . c
C., will ineet next Wednesday after- I
noon, Januiary 19, at 3:30 o'clock, withr
Mrs. A. .N. IBramlett.
The Rev. C. T. Squires w!!! fill his
(Ippointment to prteach atulDorroh Pros- 1
byterian Church, Gray Court, next
Sunday afternoon af 3 o'clock.
Card of . Thanks.r
We wish to thank our friends for
their kind assistanco and symp~athy e
duirinig the Illness and death ofnour "
MR. and MRlS. H ICKS F. OWINOS.
Meetinug of D). A. ht.
The llenry ruaurens chapter, Daugh
ters of the American itevolution, will
meet Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock
with Miss Minnio Babb on West Ma!in
Miss Mamie L. Burns, daughter of
I.. and Mrs L. 1. urn. , and Mr1. F.
. est, of Greenwood, avere married
ntsday, December 2Sti, by Rev. Ed
aid F. Long, at Clinton. The bride
an attractive and accompillihe(
oullg lady, a graduate of Greenvillef
Vomnan's College, while the g'oom is
achling se-lool at Brooks, Ga., where
bey \venLt immediately after the mar
Thte follexving account of the mar
'age or mir. P. J. Roi)er, of Fountain
mmni, to Mrs. Ieulah Rtivlere, of flines.
Ilki, Ga., wiil be road with interest by
1i1mnln of the groom in thi; county,
.I. lPoper being a brothe r oW.leay
.It. an1d -1. L1. H"oper, Of til. Vit.-, a 111i
n a wide family Coll Coinc ionl in
he Ciouity. The accolui. i!7 takeW'n fl'l
lie I iinesville County Hlral, iines
\r. 1'. J. !!'o er an I Mr . Po t'
\ N' v re;1u1 i l: i t
:mo l 1, w .\-. t : ST, i th 2 as
eli;i ii ini miictin:1
T r i' Is <me o. th( ohs:t attirac
' - on . 'olell of the comunmli iiri
.I,]lwp int to her. marrT-iag to 1.h1 latc
(1v. io'' P. Rivier' was Aliss IRyon
ad l cuaer to- l" Ow'hth lealin: f':11
of tht collty.
hiebI w.:' p.1rror ined aIt 10 o'vlocki
reakfast wrs .!eve and rhoilly :If
'Iwa I rd ; the bri da I part. l eft for
otth Caroirna, the l mo of tle ;iroom,
ar'rying a weali'. of good wishes' for
heir futilre happiness.
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Trlnitnly-Itre School. *
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'Firat Grade: Imogene Pitts, Sarah
Villiams, Fred lAmmnbert.
Second, Grade: 'Iarold Armstrong,
Third Grade: Fa4va Ftuller, Louise
veorge, Mildred Johnsonl, John D.
hartin, Martlette Wilson
Forltrth Gradie: Gladys Armstr'on
)orothy ain, Is1belie Fuller, A ie
"eorge, Imiega Iltt, Lyles Stone.
F'ifth Grgde: Julia Hill, lbols Jishio;,
lyr9d AMartin,:Ilugh Tinsley, Brry Hl'
Sixth Grade: Alary Fuller, Minne
200 Pitts, Carric Mae George.
Eighth Grade: Dick lloil, Nell ur.;,
\melia Fimllier, Mary George, Nell
iargston, Floride Pitts.
Ninth Grade: Nalnnie 11111, Salli.
()01'if, HEIR TO'
rOsephi LeIter,Jr, Non of Wentihv
Wljeat 1(ing, illed Accldentally..
New Orleans, Jan. 10.--Tfhe death of
Foseph Lelte r,.Jr., the ten-year-od
on of .Joseph Letter, millIonaire wheat
ing of Chicngo and Washington, 'vas
ausned by an unal~csountiale exiplosion
>f a car1trid(ge in hisa shotgun as lie
tIcked it up after retrieving a dulick he
ithe hei*ii're toni1ght.
Tlhie boyi'si body ill~ he tak len
nifr:nient. will taske pilace.
vhio hiee:iine worIld famnouis when li
lie Chicago lilt. wais a granidon] oif
aevl '. lelter, of Chica'go, whoti foumnd..
d tile Iiimense laelter' fortune. 1I1(
m's ni nieph~Ow% of I 4ad(y Cu rz/on, dautgh
er of -Levi Lelter, who married I .or'd
urzl"/on of' dilnglandc and became VIce
elnni of India.
TIhe boy wvas heir to an estate of
everal mil lion dollars. is sudden1
enth wag a groat shock to his father
hat he was almost unable to give a
ohereat account of the affair when
ntervio~wed over the telephone to
7. S. Government Warns Farmerst
A bout DIse'ase C'aused by Rats.
They carry Blubonic plague, fatal to
uiman beings. They carry foot a'sd
iouthi diseano, which is ,atal to stock.
'hey kill chickens, e ', grain, cause
ostrucotion to pra.0er .7 if youl have
ats RAT-SNAP ilf k1ill them. Cre
iate rata after killing them-- leaves
o smell. Comes in cakes, ready for
se. Three sizes, 350h, 65c and it1.25.
old and guaranteed byj aurens Hard
'arec Co., Putnam's Un)ig Store, and
ilabitual Constipation Cured
'In 14 to 21 [Days
LAX-FOS WITII PECPSIN" Is a specially
irepared Syrup Tonio-Laxative for Habitual
~onstiation. It relIeves promiptly but
hould be taken roaiiularly for 14 to 21 days
o Induce regular action, Jt Sthnaulates and
regulates- e Very Pleasant to Take. 00c
lesolution of tespect.
.On October 26, 1920, a gentle, loving
rpirit passed from our midst When
Mrs. Molliv Langston I(vts called home
to God. Those who knew "Aunt
Mollie" loved her for she poscR;ssed at
swoet spirit of unsellfishness wich
was ever ieady to render a knd act for
those In iced. In her quiet, Sweet way,
FlIc lived an exemplavy lif among us.
The mombnlers of the V. M. S. of New
Pi'ospioet church wish to offer the fol
lowinug rC.;ol tious iII ap3n:Jciction:
1. That in her death 'xo have lost
e of our most faithful qmd conseerat
2. That thouegi we mi;s her from
oUr11 church and coruii ty, we how in
h umnble Su biissiion to the will of God
"wi.o d eti all things Well.''
3. That we, e.xteiid to those of her
faily Vho are left to ioilln tieirj
!o!;s, our dccp and i hearii' i't syiJmatly.
. Tit :.:'g b inscribed inl our
N Wo: I ( 21 u n i
01F THE C ~i:.V; T 'FTA.
T oI 1, th' 01 4A -1
v..~ ~ ~ \ 1 0ill
v i 6
cent will bw addcd umiH1:
ol' : .!are, JR. , when th
bt c"os II .
V.-ty ; I oLO d. I T his is m [ ..
Odi T I I 3' 43 1 i iII i IL
,adah 3,,, 1 ( s au nd mli eniial m- .-AR'
Al ale- ;odie mala e110
livt R thJ' aes of twenty one
lay a l'e3l tax of $1 .0(0 C, eip .
diei':;, Who ale C.\RmiIt at iI - (;)
year.:; of age. ConliJitationl R -E
*$.00 Il lieu of road (u1ty. All abk
biod i(ien between the ages oR'
and . 5Re iale to IodR dutly tx ep
those in Military Service, School
l'rnstees, Sc 'ool TeacherJ, Min ter
The Tax Lvy is as follows:
4ate Tax...------....12 mJiI
Ordinary Count Tax.......iih
Rload and Bridge......4 --2 mIs
airilload Bond..-.. .... . I mill
Road itonids . -ila
J.il Bonds.-.--.-. -. 1-2 ....m i
Good Roads .2 IIiS
Con1Stitutial School Tax.,..mil
Special Schools Liurens i'owishlip
Laurens City - .....12 1-2 mills
Trinity Ridge No. 1 .. . 12 1.. iliJ.,
Prospect No. 2..........-8 mills
Laurens No. 3.----.......12
Bailey No. .1.
\Vttts M111 Fleming, Copeland 8 mi1
Oak Grove No. 6 . . . .. 1. 1f Is
Ora No. 12 .......... 1-2
Friendship No. 2-..... ...mlls
Warrior kreck-lR. Old Field . . 8 milL
Bethel No. 4 ............. 1-2 .II
G ray's No. 5 -..........Sm
Central No. 6C.
Youngs No. 7.
Landford No. 10 .. .. .. 10 1-2 il
Fountaln Innr No. :UU ........ 20 Ri' .
Gi (eenpondl No. 1--............ il I
Eden No. 2.-.-........121-2 Jmills
Shiloh No..3-........ ....2 milis
New Hal~rmfony No. -1 .......-I milk
Gray Court--Owinigs No. 5. .20 1-2 mills
JUnrksdale No. 6 ConsolIdated 12 mils
Dials Chuwrch No. 7.--...--.... mills
Mern~a No. 8 .--.-.--.--......2 mJiIIs
Fo'utnain inn No. 311.........0 mJiina
PrI!neetonJ No. I .......1 - R~
Mt. Ilethel No. 2 ........ Jlt
Poplar SprIngs No. 3 ...-...2- sl
IrewertonJ No. 7 ..........
.\Irna No. 8-........1 I
hiickory Tlavern No. 17..12I' R
Mt. CallagherA; No. I . I
liethleehtm No(. 2 . .Imi
(Center I oint No. I..i
OmkviILe N.,. 5....
Mt. ileaiant No. I; . - I
Mt. OlIve No.7.. >i I
WVat erlon Tow',in N\o. 11I
Speclil SchIooil- -('rosm T11 lO
( rors 11111 No. 2.......t tt;
\Vade No. 3 . ..........
0O(1 Mountville No. 6 .. .. n mlis
Cross.' 111ll Town No. I13 . . . . I5 nil;
Slp(cill Schooi--'Ii 1nte'r Tiownsittup
LIsbon No. 1.--.--.........12 mIimh
Rlock No. 2 .. .. ............ mlls
Rock Orldge No. 3 ............ 6 in
Wads.wortqh No. 4--.......... Jumis
Reedleryllie (part of No. 41) . . 8 mills
Clinton No. ...........114 1-2 mIlls
Goldyille No. 6-.-......-m. l
Kinards No. 49 (part of No. 6) 8 mIl,,
flelfast No. 6....--.......41-2 milus
Hurricane No. 156............6 mllis
Mountville No. 16 ..........11 mills
Speelai Schiool--Jacks Township
Shady Grove No. 2.. .... ..- 7 mills
Rleuno 'No. 3..--..--..... . 8 mills
Hatton No. 4-.-...--.......3 mIlls
O'doll School No. 6 .........3 mills
HurrIcane No. 156..... ...... mills
Long Branch No. I.. ....... m~Is
Byrdi's-MuIsgrove No. 2.... .... millo
Langston No. 3.--............. mIlls9
Sandy SprIngs No. 4. .. ..... mills
L~andfords No. 10 .... ...0 1-2 mills
Ora No. 12.--.--.. .....4 1-2 mIlls
Prop 'r attention wvill be given those
wh~o wish to 'lpay their taires through
Rie mail by check, mfoneOy order, etc.
I~eons5I sending in lists of names to
be taken off are requested to sIond1
thenli early and~ give the town';hip) of
each, as the Treasurer is very bqjsy
(luring the month of December.
ROSS D. YOUNG,
lf ' County Treasurer.
Entre Stock Marked From 25 to 50 Per
CenY t Less Than 1920 Spot Cash Prices,
An Y you 9Can't af% d 1n
c ca re: h am goods for on our
L:stnd mos varied stock in, h : :m c d
the 1a;.est styles'~ andc fineishes fromA the bezt mrakers in the co' jry.
Co ,e at m. and make your selection.
Laurens, S. C.
Comanein Weneda Monnaur
12th,!% and continuin Thouhthurdala
We Wll Sll 00 Cns est rad
'.~jBreakfast Bacon 4~v ~~
~2h ab. Canti.u . . Th2.25y a
or $13 per Case of 6 Cans Each