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The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, February 08, 1922, Image 3

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Rub ItInr.. r
Colds in the Chest,
Sore Throat, Grippe and
lnflammation of Any Kind
The pure oils in Mexican Mustang Lint.
aent soothe Instantly penetrate quickl
and reduce swelling oef lands, quickly
is particularly effective in treating Croup.
Diphtheria, Rheumnatism, Lumbago. Frost.
bites, Cuts, Burns, Piles-all ailrents that
can possibl be reached by an external
remedy. C.ontains no alcohol-DOES
NOT SMART OR STING. 73 years'suc.
cess. No home should be without it.
Doctors Prescribe It - Read 719s
Rr.'3. C. Com pton, Ratliff, Miss. rites
I1 have prescribedjourMexican*Mustang
Liniment for Sore Throat. Chilblains, etc.
and the results were enth ly eatisfactory.
I think very highly of it."
REE WITHI 25c TRIAL HOTTL~
GROVE'S AslSS CHssIL rTONaken reDD
(4USOJ-Y" .1 l
arly for trthr~11ee wee.k,wil enic thY.od
Soid . gtug and General Store
e The Good Old Standby Since 1848
MEXICAN
No Worms i n a Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worms havo an un
ehealthy coir. wich Indicates poor blood, nd as a
rule, there is more or I 085 stomach distbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS CH-ILL TONIC, given regu- 1
larly for two or three weeks,trill n grl~h the bleed.
improve the d estion, and act as a gener Strength
ening Tonleoto the whole system. Nature will then
throw offer dispel the worms, and the Chiid wilbo
in perfect health. Pleasant to take. 60o per bottle.
o W.s. M. Says:
"I'm no beauty par-'
lor artist but I can keep
your hair from turning
gray and falling out,
due* to worrying over
your old battery. Fol
low my prescription-4
buy a Willard Thread
ed Rubber Battery
with Threaded Rubber
Insulators which last
the life of the plates,
and drive, merrily on
your way."
Willard Servlce Man
This Willard ServiCe Sta
tion is the best place in
tow~n to get rid of all bat
tery troubles. Drive down
today.
Laurens
Storage
Battery
Co..
W. Laurens St.
Phone 446
Trhis trademeark, stamped in red
on the case. ideatifies the Willard
Threaded Rubber Battery.
SWHY TAXES M1
(Charleston News & Courier.)
Tie primary facts with reference
to the tax situat-ion in South Carolina
are so .big and so outstanding that
one can only [be amazed that they
continue to be ignored in Columbia.
We hear continuously of the necess
Ity of "finding now sources of reve
nue." We hear very little of what Is
inoro vital at the present time, name
ly, the necessity of reducing appropri
itions and exI)enditures.
What the Legislature needs to
realize, and what the people of South
Darolina must realize, is that for the
past two years .public expenditures
In this state have been beyond the
ibility of the people to pay. This Is
the -hard fact, It cannot be blinked
in the end; the legislature ought to
recognize its existence now.
In his annual meIssage to the legis
lature Governor Cooper stated that on
November 1, 1921, "there was un-col
ected, from taxes of 1920, practically
$1,250,000." This -morning The News
md Courier prints statements from
he county treasurers of thirty-four
:ounties showing that In those coun
Jes only $6,151,323 of the 1921 taxes
iave been paid out of a total assess
nent of $11,017,774, for the counties
lalled.
There is thus $4,866,421 of the
1921 taxes still outstanding and un
.ollected in these counties. The fol
.owing table has -been made II) froi
:he statements sent in by the county
.reasurers
Counties. Paid. Undaid.
Abbeville $ 151,652 $ 101,101
Aiken 300,930 221,703
kllendale 46,363 82,726
Bamberg 106,350 72,394
Barnwell 86,000 87,000
Berkeley 101,894 78,624
,alhoun 65,952 65,952
,harleston 898,501 397,259
Ahester 291,869 88,000
"larendon 76,625 153,000
lolleton 105,968 163,733
Darlington 182,679 250,000
Dillon 1-18,269 175,000
Dorchester 110,000 85,347
Edgefield 72,000 145,000
.i'airfleld 164,000 78,000
aeorgetown 98,600 125,000
ireenwood 280,000 209,954
lampton 55,789 111,000
[lorry 108,296 108,296
Lancaster 158,434 105,000
Lice 91,442 209,000
Uarion 148,395 108,111.
diarlboro 225,761 150,000
1cCornmick 45,080 87,000
9ewberry 243,606 153,113
3conee 207,638 107,000
}rangeburg 240,192 359,807
Pickens 292,000 73,000
aluda 202,000 204,000
Jnien 280,000 118,000
MIlliamsburg 89,000 170,000
ork 448,438 181,311
Totals $6,151,323 $4,866,296
The county treasurers of Anderson,
leaufort, Cher'6kee, Chesterfield, Flor
mee, Greenville, Jasp~er, Kershlaw,
4exinglonl, Richiand and Spartanburg
lid not respond to The Newvs and
lourier's in riuiry. 'The total assess
nent of these counties for State and
youInty taxes in 1921 was $6,849,610.
Tile treasurer for Laurens sent the
Igures for state taxes only. Laurem,
sounty's total assessment wvas $438,
1I7.82.
On the basis of the averages shown
n the reports from the other thirty
rour' counties, this would mean that
there is still somethIng like0 $2,500,000
:>f .the 1921 taxes to be collected in the
counties which have net been heard
from.
In .addition, therefore to tile $1,
250,000 of 1920 taxes which remain
uncollected it is probable that well
over $6,000,000 of tile 1921 taxes a're
still outstanding,
Thiis in itself should be sinfcient
warning of the necessity for retrench:~
ment; .but the story Is not yet ended,
It Is brought out by several of thc
treasur'ers that tihe taxes wleh havc
been lpaid have come -in many counties
largely (rom the railroads and corpor
ations, In Williamsburg county 01ne
third of the 1921 taxes have been -paid
but the county treasurer' has writteri
receipts .for only one-sixth of the en.
tr'ies on the books, Out of every sl>
property owners In 'the county flv
have still to pay their taxes.
Identically the same situation existi
in Hampton, where one-thir'd of thl(
taxes have been collected. "But where
oh whore,'' asks County Treasurer R
11) Causoy, "Is the balance cominj
-A TONIC
Grove's Tasteless achill Tonic restore;
Energy and Vitality by Purifying an<
Enriching the Blood. Whein you feel itt
strenigthening, invigorating effect, see how
it brings "color to the cheeks and hoy
it improves the appetite, you will thei
appreciate its true tonic value,
Grove's .Tasteless chill Tonic is simpi:
Iron and Quinine suspendedjin syrup. S
pleasant even children like it, The bloc
needs QUINiNE to Purify It and IRON t
I nrich it, k lestroys Malaripi germs ani
G ripn le by its, 8tregtliening, Invigot
a ting Effect. 600.
ST COME DOWN
from, with corporations and those
who were able, having paid?"
'Whe1n the legislature fixed the
State and county taxes of South Caro
lina for 1921 at $18,257,021.25 it was
oni the basis of a cotton -crop worth
Itwo hundred millions or more. With
a cotton crop worth less than 'half
this amount the money to pay such a
tax 'bill shnly does not cxist-es-pec
lally when it is borne in mind that
over half the present crop is in eleven
counties. No shifting of taxation will
make it 'possibel to meet such a budget
as was called for in 1920 and 1921 or
anything like it. If the land owners
and farmers are unable to pay, nwho is?
INTERNATIONAL SPY
ARRESTED IN NEW YORK
Hnigarilan by Birth. But One Time
Member of British Parliament.
New York, Jan 27.-Ignatius T.
Lincoln, international spy and former
mem-ber of the British Parliament,
was taken into custody in lower Man
'hattan today by an agent of the de
partment of Justice.
Washington, Jan. 27.-Ignatius T.
Lincoln, officials of the department of
Justice said tonight, was taken Into
DAVI
EXI
PC
See our
gains we are
the new spri
Just arrived
These are beauti
We still hax
look at our speci
Our bargair
for the entire fai
Speci
We have specie
more of piece
White Suiting,
Kcolored, and va
all going, for
*Rem<
DAV
Custody at the request of the 1mmi- I
gration service of the department of -
labor for surreptitious entry into the
United States in November last.
Ollicials said that Lincoln had made
several attempts to return legally to
this country after his deportation
from Engiaid to Gerinany, but was
denied tle necessary permission.
lIecords of the department of jus
tice show that he came to this coun
try prior to the entry of the United
States into the World War and after
he had been accused of spying in
England. Ile was arrested in Now
York City at the request of the
British government on a charge of
forgery and in August, 1915, was held
for extradition to Great :Britain. I o
escaped from a Unite- States dopiuty
marshal In January, ''16, .however,
and nyas not captured until - three
mon ths iater. lie was then extradited
to England, where he was given a
prison sentence of three years.
At the expiration of his prison sen
tence the records show, lie was de
ported from England to Germany,
where it is alleged he became inter
ested in numerous revolutionary move
ments.
Lincoln was born in Hungary, but
later .became a naturalized British
subject andi a member of Parliament.
Melicated air is tie only treatment
for catarrh. Breathe illyomel and ob
tain immediate relief. At Laurcis
Drum- Co. Money back Ig it fails. S
S-ROPE)
RA S
R T HI
tables and count
offering for thi
ing goods that ar
NEW C
one lot of the season'
ful and stylish, and pri
MEN'S DEP,
~e very special prices o
als at
$14.99 an<
SHO
x counter still offers yoi
nily.
al for Frida
i for Friday and Sat'
goods, consisting of
Linenette, Bleaching
.rious other kinds of i
You Can't Afford to
ember the Date
Laurenis' Best Store
FLOUR
PLAIN-WI.NN EH
24 lbs.............95c 50 lbs. .......$1.90
Barrel. .............$7.50
SELF-IiISIN -PA NA3 A
24 lbs..... ........$1.00 50 l10s............ .$1.95
Barrel .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$.75
These two Flours are manufactured by Ford Flour Co.,
and sold exclusively in Laurens by
LAURENS CASH AND CARRY
EVERY SACK GUARANTEED
O W E N BROS. MARBLE
& GRANITE CO.
10SIORS
MANUFACTURIRS
IbRECTOUls
Dealers In everything for the ceine
tery.
The largest and best equipped mon
uiental mills in the Carolinas.
GREENWOOD, - - - S. C.
SCOMPANY
PECIA LS
WEEK
ers for more and better bar
s week. Also ask to see
'e arriving daily at our store.
0-EDS
3 newest creations in Co-Ed Dresses.
ces are very attractive.
ARTMENT
n Men's Suits for the' week. Take a
I $19.99
ES
i unheard of prices on Shoes. Shoes
Ly and Saturday
urday of this week 100 pieces or
Gingham, Percale, Repp, Poplin,
, Madras, Voiles, both white and
>iece goods, worth up to 75c a yard,
Yard
WMiss This Big Offer.
Friday and Saturday
)P ER CO.
Quality Made It So.

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