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LEVY OF SEVEN V
Legislature Fixes Expenditur
a Good Sized Decrease
Year. Some of Items.
The State, Marel 13.
Ioth houses of tihe legislature yes
terday afternoon adolpted the lree con- I
forence report on tihe ;iene ral appro
priation hill and a. finally 1passed by
the legislature t he hill carries a total
of $5.31,10t.01 : lid a levy not to ex
ceed se-on mill as comn parled with a
total appropriationm of $6,539, l)6.i and
i 12 mill levy in i!921.
The bill is a decrease of $695319.7.
ovei the 1921 appropriation and tlie
lev is five milis below the fiure for
t'nder tile hill a.. pased by thel hoite t
the appropriiatins were $5.".(1' .%
tund th' levy ..a . live m1ills and under
the meausnure a L.;is h the in'te
A TO N IC
Grovo's Tasteless chill Tonic restores:
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and
Enriching the Blood. When you feel its
strengtheing, invigorating effect, see how
it brings color to 'the cheeks and how
it improves the appetite. you will then
appreciate its true tonic value.
Grove's 'Tasteless chill ToniC is simply
Iron and Quinine suspended inl syrup. So
pleasant even children like it. The blood
needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and
Grip germs by its Strengthening, Invigor
ating Etfeet. 60c.
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
'Bewaro! Unless you see the name
'J3ayer" on Iackage or on tablets yot
(r not getting genuine Aspirin pre
. ii dby physicians orf twenty-one
years and prov-ed safo by millions.
Take Aspirin only as told in the Bayer
package for Colds. Iheadache, Neural
gia, Rheumatism, Narache, Toothache,
Lumbago and for Pain. Handy tin
boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of As
'pirin cost few eents. Druggists also
spil larger packages. Aspirin is the
trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of
Monoaceticacidester of Valicylicalid.
. THIN, FLAT HAIR
GROWS LONG, THICK
"D)anderine" e o a I a
only 35 ents at bottli'.
One appilication ends all
(dandirulT, stops itch ing
and falling hair, and,
in a few moments, ~
you have doubled the /
beauty of your hair. '
It i 1 appear a Imass, so
soft, lustrous, and easy,
to do up. Butt what will
please you most will lbe
after a few weeks use,
when you see new hir
fine and)( downy at first
yes-but really new hair ''
growving all oveor the
scalp. "D~anderine" is to the hiair w~hat
fresh showers of rain and sunishine are
to vegetation. It "oes right to the rootbs
invigorates andi itreng'thens them. TIns
delightful, stimulating tonic heclps thin,
lifeless, faded hauir to girow long, thick,
heavy and~ liuxuia nt.
You Can't Trust
Calomel at All
It is Mercury, Quicksilver, Sali
vates, causes Rheumatism
- and Bone Decay
The next dlose of calomel you take
may salivate youi. It may shock your
liver or start bone necrosis. Calomel is
.d'angerous. 'It is mercury, quicksilver.
16 crashes into srour bile like dynamite,
cr'am ping andl siekening you. Calomiel
attacksthe hones amid "should never be
pu~t into your systemi.
Xi you feel bilious, hecadachy, consti
peted and all knocked out, just go to
yppr druggist and get a bottle of Dod
sen's Liver Tono for a few cents which
is: a huarmiless vegetable substitute for
ditngerous calomel. Take a spoonful and
iff it doesn't start your liver and
straighten you up better and quicker
tham nasty calomel and without mnaking
you sick, you just go back and get your
Don't take calom~l I It can not he
trusted any more than a leopard or a
willd-cat. Take Dodson's Liver Tont
wbleh straightens you rIght up and
,n es you feel fine, No salIts necesr .
Give .t to the children because It - s
p 1eotly harmless and can not salivate.
es for 1922 at $5,839,106.04,
From the Amount of Last
he bill 4'rovided for a total appropria
ion of $-005,909.09 and the free con
Orees Increased the amount to $5,839,
Oti,0 i as tle final total.
Some of the changes made by the
lonferees were highly important, in
,luding the reductiona In amounts and
he increasing of other amounts.
The Aliller aiendment not to allow
iny institution or school teaching tho
)arwinism theory to draw imoney ap
iropriated under the terums of' tle bill
vas rejected 1.y tie free conference.
Sone of the major ehanges made by
he confer s may be' listed as follows:
An incra.-e in the salary of the
ioutse chaplain Irom $125 to $200.
An incr e:nse in the Salary of 'the re
'od ing clerk in the governor's ollice
>y $:'0O an1d the resto ratIon of the
tenographer's salary of $1.500 that
va.. A lminated by hoti houses.
.\1i0ti1 of the corporation clerk in
.% rar.y of state's office whici
h.n aholi'lmhd by the oise and
uK8;fl l tempary election eirik for
ma yt 11: the nate.
'rac icall y all chief r s' lalties
: -n ,:I ' i with one or tso ex
The . nate amndment providin.
11i111Vi ' 11 f(( a V~ tV VO~ti~ 1111 ITCP %0 IdI ',
lut~ an a . n~PfedcroIte vet erani receiv ing
in a nn in o Ia I meonic of $1 .()00I oIr over
thall not reeive a pension except $1
vas adopted with a ftithe. amendment
szt.rikiaig out the $1 andleavingall
- uci' vete ans on the honor roll.
ilte salary of the bond clerk in the
treasurer's o1lice was raised to $2,025.
The national guard fund for the
adjutant general was cut fron3 $27,000:
An increase from $193,000 to $206,.
000 was allowed the university.
The 'Groviso allowing the Citadd
board of visitors to borrow $90,00(
Was redlced to mtiake the amotunt no
In the board of pliblie welfare ont
field agent that had been abolishet
wa.; restored and several salaries wer<
Salary cuts were made in the de
partment of health and the $17,500 foi
a water supply antd building at thu
Palmetto sanitarium as added by th
senate was retained.
In the tax commission the salary o
the chairman was ralsel from $3,60
to $1.~00 and several other addition
were made to the tax commission
forcei. A Proviso Was also adopte
allowing the commission to expen
$25,000 out of the income tax law t
Legislative department ........ ..
Judicial department ............
Secretary of State..
Comptroller General . ... .
Attorney General ........
State Treasturer .........
University .... ..........
Clemson College ........
MedIcal College ........
Confederate H-ome College.
State Negro College......
Deo Ia Howe School .........
D~eaf and BlInd School ......
D)epartment of Edutcat,ion......
Historical CommIssion..... ... .
Relic Room..... ...............
State Iiospital ......... .....,....,
Welfare Board ..... ..........,...
Pardon Board ......... ......... .
Boys' Indusqtrial School..... ....
Girls' Industrial School..... ....
Negro <Reformatory..... .....,,,,
Catawba Indians............... .
Deaf and Blind Committee .
TLaw Enforcement ...............
Board of Health................
Tax CommissIon........... ..,..
Tax 'Review Board .............. .
Ganme Warden ......... ..........,
M\edical Examiiners ........,......
Boardl of Fisheries......,,,......,
Board of Conciliation..... .....
Printing 'Committee .... ..,,......
Agricultuiral I)epartment .........
Warmehouse Commissioner ..... ....
Public 'Service Commission .
Pharmaceutical Board..... .....
Sta~te ElectricIan.......... ... .
Ilighway Department .........
Sinking Fund Commission .
Confederate InfIrimary .... ....
State .House and Grounds .
Contingent Fund ..... ..........
Abproved Claims...... .... ...,..
State Fair Society .... . ... .
Budget Commission ..............
Miscellaneous ..... .......
collect the tax, this being in addition
to the stlpulated amount.
In the railroad commission $5,000
was added to the amount for investi
A proviso was added to the chief
game warden's figure so as to allow
him to buy a $6,000 boat.
Several raises in salaries, including
those of the cashier and marketing
cleric, were allowed for the department
of agriculture. An additional $1,500
was also added for the market bul
lly a proviso the state electrician
is authorized to make contracts for
In the highway departnent the
$8.000 to pay the Santee -bridge comn
mission for services nwas stricken out
and another cut of $5,000 made.
A wroviso was added to the sinking
fund commission section -so as to al
low the sinking iunld commission to
borrow, if necessary, money to cover
ime outstanding loans owed by the uni
versity, Winthrop and the State hos
pital, amounting to $236,853.2-1.
The con tingent fund was raised
1rm $68,000 to $98.000.
Senator Pearce and liepre.entative
Sapp both made statistical statements
oi the floor of the two houses show
in how the ioiey would be raised
this year iuderI the appropria tion
bill. Their s;taenient follomvs .
The aIppropriatioll lill as agreed to
by the free conference committee, Car
ries a total appro"-riation of $5,839P,
106.01 or in rouid no mhers a reduc
ion of $1.000,000 below the ap
propriation of 1921. Thi reduction
I reprseits a cut of approxi mately 15
inld 1-2 per ceit below the amount ap
propriated last year. The levy has
als) been redticed from 12 to seven
mills-a net reduction ini the levy of
five mills. Tie free conference could
and would have reduced this alppro
priation still further, except for the
fact that it was compelled to make
an appropriation of $30,000 for the
ipaymncit of a Judgment against the
state of South Carolina in re the
Sandel case (contingent upon the re
silt of an appeal now before the su
preme court) and for the additional
arlropriations required for the tax
commission to carry out the povisions
of the revenue laws passed by this
sessioll of the general assembly."
inder the terms of the bill the
statement of Senator Pearce and Rep
resentative Sapp shows that the bill
will be fInanced as follows:
Corporation taxes and fees $ .170,000
l)epartment inspections, etc. 330,000
Inistitutional operations . . . . 170,000
FrGasoline tax........... 350,000
Additional corporation taxes 125,000
Income taxes .........,.1,000.000
s Property tax (seven mills).. 3,179,0'00
i The appiropriations carried In the
1 1922 bill as compared mwith the
),amounts granted last year follow:
.. .... .... . $ 119,155.00 $ 123,088.00
.... .... 157,698.66 157,698.66
. .. .. ..749,970.34 723,856.34
. .. . . .. 20,000.00 14,331.25
. .. .. .. 35,817.50 47,396.50
. .. .. .. . 243,355.00, 206,203.7o
, .. . . ... 252,315.00 150,039.86
. .. .. ..226,147.15 242,862.85
, .. .. ..398,6394.60 :173,130.96
. .. .. ..100,117.50 85,153.00
.,.. .. 4,000.00 4,000.00
. .. . . .. 63,005.21 70,4i50.00
. .. .. .. . 57,418.00 56,702.041
. .. . . .. 161,333.33 104,620.00
.. .. .. .. ...1,528,930.00 1,321,540.00
. ... ... 1 ,760.00 4,258.30
. ... .. 4,1 15.00 41,220.00
.... .. 100.00 100.00
,... .. 1,000.00 1,120.00
. .. .. ..784,123.94 631,559.40
. .. .. .. 29,666.00 29,574.50
.,.. .. 300.00 400.00
, .. .. .. 45,000.00 47,3412.00
. .. .. .,126,270.70 70,786.23
..... ... 20,015.00 15,979.50
. .. .. .. 46,077.00 28,532.00
.... .. 7,700.00 7,700.00
,...3.. 00.00 200.40
........ 28,400.00 28,100.00
. .. .. ..199,255.00 177,265.00
... .... ......6,200.00 59,600.00
.... ... 1,500.00 550.00
. .. .. .. 20,7415.00 22,826.25
.. . .. . ...u. 24,525.80 24,025.80
, .. .. .. . 20,1 41.20 39,1147.20
...... .... 11,125.00 11t,125.00
.... ... 3,000.00 3,000.00
......1 50.00 4150.00
,...... .... 10,500.00 10,500.00
.... ... 1,000.00 1,000.00
..... .. 00,445.00 76,851.00
........ 82,743.40 83,570.70
. .. .. .. 50,720,00 58,705.00
... .. . .... 2,000.00 . . . . . .
, .. .. ., 1,500.00 2,000.00
. .. .. .. 66,195.00 34,245.00
. . .... . . .... 130,590.00 103,315.q5
... .. .. 18,192.50 9,252.50
... .. ... . 62,000.00 31,012.64
.. ... .. 1,500.00 1,500.00
. .. .. .. , 7,1'25.00 5,835.00
... .. .. . 75,000.00 98,000.00
... .. .,,. 7,2-38.69 19,421.19
.... .... ...., 5,000.00 6,000.00
....8.. ,750.00 ." 8,600.00
.. . .. . ...,.... ...,15,252,6
.... .. . ...$,534,925.82 $5,839,100.04
/- f A7
SWHENI GROW UP
il .LL SHOUT FOM HI
SPEND YOUR MC
THAT WILL HEL
The above lesson is one of whic
ested, It is a lesson of co-oper
an appeal to our community spii
A little less Latin and mc
education through taxation of th
shown the folly of sending mon<
1-and that feeds them and to hor
buying away from their home tc
MORAL:---A lesson lei
R. W. Willis
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We Invite Your Inspection
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Pure Drugs, Toilet Articles,
"The Rexall Store"
- Dry Goods, Shoes, Notions -
Your Patronage Solicited
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Furniture, Steves, Chinaware,
BVERYTHING FOR THE HOME
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Read The Advertiser and Keep
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J. C. Burns & Co.
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Mere Goods for Same Money,
Same Goods for Less Money
Laurens Coca Cola
Quench the Thirst With a Bottle
of b~elcious Coca Cola
- Buy It ,By the Cra'to
Wells Clardy Co.
'T~o Big Stores
Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes,
Quality High Prices Low
Oin the une
k4D EARN APAY~,YO
iIEY IN AWAY
P THIS TOWN
SO DOES t4
YOU BET I
LATIN AND MORE OF T
hevery man, woman and child in thi
aition betw.een the home merchant, r
-it --- a plea for us to "get together."
,re civic pride should be taught Our c
e home merchant and citizen. So th
,y away from their home town. Tea
kor the town that contributes to thei
wn is a menace to the growth of the
irred early in life is never lost.
H1. L. Roper & Co.
Lumber, Doors, Bash Blinds
We Can Furnish Your Entire Bill
for Your House.
Wharto n Clothing Co.
The Man's Store
Cash Clothiers --Suits Me
HymeIN N MOREy
D1evry Goo, woan andothiln
Ri-ap eay- sto-Wgetaoete.
eLoeearnsn ctiraen Soh
Bya ayrter hompaon.y e
Willard tontatcteributesnd thrvic
Hrmp Landpr Co.reu evc
Eat Laurnsh YorEtiroe Bill
Ca pltiers $100,000.00
OWposit iTy Presden
H meFuniture Co
"Qualty and Cortceo Sermvie
W. A. HOUGHPrsien
"rSCete Home t urnisers
Wathesade Jewelr Rpe
Seou tieof Sae el
GROW UP DONT
!ET TO BOOST YOUR
.TOWN AND SPEND
R MONE.Y HERE
-commuinity should be inter
anufacturer and consumer
hildren. They receive their
ey are never too young to be
ch your children to respect the
r welfare. Teach them that
community in which they live.
5 & 10'Ceilts Store
"Buy it i Laurens"
WEST SIDE PUELIC SQUARE
"Laurens Best Store-Quality
L ae ns No.na
co.nt HoBldKeY inter
hTde herceive Theare
N or chlnl orspmect teo
"LPurE Be& StoreOLUPPliy
J. a.dSel it Sompan
EaTeFiy Moer C.
DogeVegotes Moto Seas
Poe 20Drgc Cmandyt
Drus ndBaicnkso l fd
Caitola and Vtrpu $100ord.0
Thetsncesl Thgle ate
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