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Cougns, Colds, Croup
WNOPIN6 COUGH. HOARSENESS
BRON C HITIS)
To Stop a Cough Quick
take HAYES' HEALING HONEY, a
cough medicine which stops the cough by
healing the 1nZiamed and Irritated tissues.
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
SALVE for Chest Colds. Head C6ds and
rou Is enclosed with every bottle of
HAYE' HEALING HONEY. The salve
should be rubbed on the chest and throat
of children suffering from a Cold or Croup.
The healing effect of Hayes' Haling Honey in
sid the tho b with hel effect of
Gtes-Tr Salve through the pores of
theskn soon stos aogh.
Both remedles are packed In one earton and the
cost of the combined treatment is 35c.
Just ask ur druggist for HAYES'
The books of the County Treasurer
will be mwen for the coilll.cion of
Taxes for the fiscal year, 1922, at the
Treasurer's office from No-monier 15th
to Decebiber 31, 1922. Alter D.ecember
31 one per cent will .be added. Mter
January 31st, two per cent will be
added, angd after Feb. 28th,. seven per
cent will 'be added until the 15th day
of March, 1923, when the books .will
be closed. .
All persons owning property I
more than one township are requested
to call for receipts. in each of the
several townships In which the proip
erty is located. This is important, us
additional cost and penalty may be A
All able-bodied male citizens be
tween the ages of -twenty-one (21) and
sixty (60) years of age are liable to
'pay a poll tax of $1.00, except old sol
diers, who are exempt at fifty (50)
years of age. Commutation Road Tax
$1.50 in lieu of road duty. All able
bodied men .between -the ages of 21
and 56 are liable to road duty except
those in hillitary service, school
trustees, school teachers. ministers,
and students. Dog Tax $1.25, owhich
must be paid not later than J'anuary
The tax levy is as -follows:
State Tax... ....-....7% mills
Ordinary County Tax .. 4% mills
Road and Bridge -..-...414 mills
Railroad Bohd .........1 mill
Road Bonds .. ..........& mills
Past 'Indebtedness .........%.mill
Jail.Bonds .. ...... mill
!Speelal Schools Dials Twnship
(*reenpond No. 1 ..........8 mills
Eden No. 2.......... 12% mills
Shiloh No, a ..............12 mills
New Harmon No. 4 ... 4 mills
Gray Court- ings No. 5 .. 20% Wills
Barksdale No. 6 Consolidated 16 mills
Dials Church No. 7 ........8 mills
Merna. No. 8 ..............12 3pills
Fountain Inn No. -313.. ....24 mills
specal Schools Sullvan Township
Princeton No. 1 .........17 mills
Mt. Bethel No. 2 ..........8 mills
Poplar Sprihgs No. 3 .......17 mills
Brewerton No. 7 ..........8 mills
Morna No: 8 ............12 mills
Hickor# Tavern No. 17 .. .. 14 mills
boost R. R. Bonds .. .. 3 mills
Specia Sehools Waterloo Townskp
Constitutional Bohool Tax .. 3 mills
Total State and County Tax 26 mills
Special Schools Laurens Twnship
Lsurens City .. .. .. . ....13% mills
Trinity Ridge No. 1 .... 16% mills
Prospect No. 2 .. .... .....8 mills
Laurens No. * . .... . 1 mills
Watt8 Mills No. 7 . . . . . . . . 8 mills
Bailey No. 4. .. ..s. . .. . ..7mills
Copeland, Fleming No. 5 . . .. 13 mills
Oak Grovo No. 6.... .... ...6 mills
OraNo. L'2.. .... .. .....14% maills
Special cheels YGOngs fown ship
Ebenezer-Patton ....... 3 mills
Friendship No. 2-... .. ..8 mills
Warrior Creek--R. Old Field .. 8 mills
Bethel No. 4.. .. ..... ..11% mill.
GraysNo. G .. .... .. ....17 mills
Gentral No. 6 .. .. .. .. .. ... Inili
Youngs No. 7.. .. ..... .. ..16 mills
Isneord No. 10 .... .. .. .. 1a mills
Fountain Inn 'No,@ i.. .... . .24 mills
Special Schools Jacks Townships
Shady Grove'Co, 2 .. .... ..7 mills"
Rtenn~o No. 8'. .. .. .......I Rial
HIatton No 4 ... .... .. ...
O'dell8elioqlt'No.06.. ... . .. .8 mill
Garlington:No. 7 .. .. .. .. ... ilis
Hurricane N'o. 15 ...... 6 mills
Special Schools Scntfltown TownshIp
Long Brach No. 1 . . . . .... . . 8 mills
Byrd's-Musgrove No. 2 .. . ...8 mills
Langston No. $.. .. ... ....3 mills
Sanldy Springs No. 4 .... .....4 mills
Lantord No. 10 .... .. .. ..1 mills
Ora No. 12.. .... ....14% mnills
P*roper attention will be given those.
who .wish to .pay their taxes throtigh
the mnan by check, money order ,etc.
Bethlehem No. 2 .. .. .. .... 4 mille
lkqm No. 3 .. .. .. .. .. ..17 mills
Center Point No. 4 .. .. . ...14 mills
Oekville No. 5 .. .... .. .. ...8 mrus
M t. Pleasant No. 60.. .. ..,..'12 mills
Mt; Olive No. 7 ... ... .15 mnille
atooTows No,.14.... ..8 mIU
chosCross 1111 Townlif
rosa H'iR No. 1... .. .. .. .. 2mi
ross Hill No. 2.. .... .....8 mills
ada No. 3....-.,........6 mlig
Id Mouitrille No. 6. .. .. ..10 msillp
oss Hill1 Town No. 13 .. .. 15 mills
ok No. 2 ..... .. .... ...8 mila
oak Blridge No. 3 .. ...,...0 mill,.
adsworth' No. 4 .... .....8 mills
iterville (part of No. 4) .. 13 mills
tpton No,6.. . .. 20% nh4ls
4,i11e No. 0 .. .;.'.. ..4 thiils
n~tds No. 49 (part of No, 6) 8 mt11s
r aeo .. ., 6 alse
alie Nd 16 ,. ., . jl !~si
Coi-yright. 1922, Western Newopaper r:tor.
H1Etlt %%ere three things that
-ltitlphi thoroug"ly enjoyed
the West, Skiing .1ad ad
. venture. Ile 1in three other
fello(ws about his'age, rang
Ing frotl tine to t welve had
C been skiing all Itorning.
The whole - suroundyii
cotitry Was li1nntilliolls
and the boys had no trouble itldinug
Illves to ski.
"Well, fellows," saI 1l01h, poised
for netin it the topo of the hill, "l'm
off. lere begins my great quest for
Sittitt Clals" atiid le nude t low how,
scraluLg the(! sn1ow With Is C-ap. "So
long," it1d t(e was golle.
"Good luck," Called tine fellows.
M! Seemlied to go oil ind (Iu at a re
tuarkable speed after lie reached the
bot tm. The boys stood and wat eld
him skii over the snow outi of sight.
lIiiph went on for two (ir tlriee niles
this Way. I The le ale to It w ouded
strip. 'Ills rudly cheeks glowe'd with
delight, as he thought of the adveni
turmes he might have here.
The farther Into the forest he got,
the darker it grew, until finally Ralph
couldn't see his
land before hie
face. There wts
only one thing lie
knew of to do
feel his way out.
0 That was a slow
40 process, b u t
Ralph th ou g h t
any way out of
this dark hole
would suilt hin\.
In his search for
a way out, he
found a )lace
where the snow
- 'seemed to go al
Had a Bill's Head most straight up.
and Horns. It occurred to
himn1 that t hi s
might be the side of a mountain, and
if lie could get til high enough lie
wotild come to daylight.
Ile slid down several times, got
badly scratched on branches, but that
didn't bother him'in the least.. He was
deterlmined to get out of tle forest.
The mountain proved to le quite high
and after an hour or so of climbing
Ralph sat down to rest in the snow.
As lie rested, he took a good look at
what was-before him. What was that
up on the top? Why, it looked like a
hut, sure enough--i place where he
could rest, get something to eat and
Ralph didn't rest long, he wanted to
get to the hut. It was a queer little
place, lie found upon reaching it, It
looked as though a puff of wlud would
be enough to blow it over.
Ralph knocked at the door very
gently for fear of .knocking the house
down. The dooM opened, but Ralph
started back with surprise, for the
objqct before him had -a bull's head
and horns, and a man's body, cloven
hoofs and a long tall.
"Well, my boy," said the creature,
"what are you here for? Did you
come to help me? I usually have
sobe boys come about Christmas
time." Ralph gave a shudder. So
this was his beloved Santa Claus, who
looked and talked like this. WVhy
hadn't someone told him? --
"Who 'are you?" stammered Ralph,
getting up his courage. "Are you Santa
The creatulre burst out laughing. It
soundhd like thunder. He held his
aides and rocked
R al ph didn't
knew ,what to do I
sow--was he go- *'U
lng to. laugh him
spi - t death?
bo'led, lie would.
Then the crea
ture fInally - com
say, "No I but I.
follow up Santa
with my helpers. k
We break up the'
toysa-for the chil. /
dren that they
get for Christ. R eacOh es Santa
mias. You stay Claus' Castle.
hp~re tonight, with
mue and then go along with us. It's
gr'eat sport breaking up toys."
"ENo, I dan't stay," said Ralph, back
ing away. "I am in. quest. of .Santa
The beast doubled up with laughter
again. Iialp)i thought~ tis an oppor-.
ttube time to make his getawaV, so he
put on his skis and and started down
the miountain. Dangerous?' Anything
was better than staying with that
Ralph seemed to be coining tp a
wall. ie jumnped, landed squairely and
skinlnell along the sutow for a mile og,
more. Looking .up .(he hami't had
timo to do this lietore), lie beheld in
fr'ont of ilim a groat castle, covem'ed'
with tun'ets and towers.
* N W, ht have I gotten Into?"
d~I * hatet, Riu. He k~Aoeked at the
opan all adpiitt#j by two queer.
The fairies began to laugh.
"Now, you're laughing, too."
"Why, this is Santa Clam' castle
you're In," nswered the fairies.
Ialph let out a yell of delight,
throwig ids- capj Into the air. "Well,
what's till this noise?" demantded a
large, rather rotund, jolly-faced ma'n
who entered the hall. ,
"You're the one I caine all the way
to see. I wvonder If you would be too
busy to take ine through your work
"No, of course I'm not. Come right
"You see, I have my castle divided
Into two parts. One side, where they
nmike toys for girls, and the other side
entirely devoted to boys. I suppose
tha %vlere you want to go?"
"Sure !" camne the reply.
"In this rooni"-he opeiied the door
-"I an perfecting an airplane that a
boy aoout your age can run and man
ilaiph,wus all eyes, lie couldn't say
"Get In ann' try It."
"Now, In the, next room," lie con
tinued. "I im erfecting a motor
that W!1ll tike you up the hIll u fter
Your eoast down."
Aft'r they had made a tour of all
the rooms, Ralph said lie ought to be
"Well, I want you to see something
else out in the garage that helps mae to
ge aroundu better. You see, I have my
<'tir all fixed up," said Santa. "I put
'halmis onil y back wheels, and thei.
taking off the front tires, I rivet these
ruiners onto the rIms."
"Those wheels fit In the' curves of
the ritniers, don't they?"
"(Y'S, I mtiade them to fit that way.
".Jiiktp in, Ralph, and I'll show you
how my rimners work. Incidentally,
I'll take you through my tunnel, so
you won't have to pass that horrid
creature's house that you were telling
me about?* "
"That was fine!" exclaimed Ralp,
when Sinta stopped, his eyes shining.
"ri so glad I had this adventure. I'll
get home fine, from here. So long,
Observittion of I)ecember 25 as the
date of the birth of Christ was adopt
ed under Pope Liberius In 353 or 354.
but the early church observed the fea
tival with little uniformity.
Can I spend
I'd rather you
do your spending
T HE sons and daughters of men are
of two classes-not the rich or the
poor, not the young or the old, not
liberals or conservatives, nor even
Aristotellans or Platonists, but those
who beleve i Santa Claus and those
who do not.
ChIldren are of the first and more
glorious family. Hence -they grow;
hence they buirst with life, They be
hoeve, and so have faith, that good
comes ridIng out' of the air, with
JIngling bells and prancIng reindeer,
its pack crammed with gift8, its round
and smIlIng coachman breathing benev.
olence and cheerIness and hastening
to fulfill every Wish that is dreamed
on dented pillow. Alas I when doubt
creeps In, when the eyes and ears of
the spirit no longer see or hear and
demand comes for physIcal evidence
then all the hIgh faculfies wither and
The walls of the prison house tend
tg close arouzid sthe.growing,child. He
credits the.- slander- that there Is ne
Santta Claus. ~PoIson enters into him
and'ho~degenerattes Into an animal that
mer4lyi. .tbitches.- or'., tges.'' Thrice
blessd are they who-a'e-eto keep
an. imnagiation green and lusty and
to subdue or drive away all forces that
would thnrottle it. The rites of Christ,
inas, after all, are mainly for the old
foliks, their qbservance representing
the instInct to keep alive the glivine
spark of youth. A little one tlfat no'
longer petitIons good St. Nick is a sad
spectacle'; even sadder Is the man or
woman to whom his myth has lost its
savor. To such when the sun goes
down and thne west fades the heavens
fill with no slining stars.
The period through which mankind
has passed has been ,marked by a
duel between those who hope andi
those who despair-between those who
belIeve in Sianta Claus and tht who
do not. Let us rejoice that the quiv
erIng balance is now definitely inclin
ing to the better side. Be young, be
forever young-never has the old text
been more' vindicated than In these
Unclogged wIth prudence sand lImp.
ing with po rhieumiatiamf, youth, shout
lng to laggards, "WVoulq you live for
ever?" plunged forward through four'
terrible years, furnishIng new reasons
for respeoting humanity. Then caime
'the sere.'and yellepw leaf of the stay
at-holhes,s They usht,to turn off thne
grip as Ioodenl andut sweet waters
4qirapj., et 19yuf yowgster
Men like practical gifts. Something that doesn't
belong to the family in common. Something that
they can use often. They never have too many of
the everyday things to wear.
You can suit their taste best by coming to their
A FEW SUGGESTIONS
Silk Hose Slippers
Wool Hose Shoes
Lisle Hose Underwear
Sweaters House Coats
Caps Bath Robes
Cash Department Store
Laurens, S. C.
WXYHEREVER you look, you will ing the motor and the separate trans.
find protection against hard wear mission.
built into the Studebaker Special-Six The new price, $1275, is the lowest for
and this quality of construction is just which the Special-Six Touring Car ever
as exacting down under the surf ce as i
it is where you can see every detail.
The skillful workmanship and the value, but in the case of Studebaker it
fine materials of these hidden values establishes the finest values in the mar
are largely responsible for its long-lived ket. The name Studebaker on your car
dependable service. insures satisfaction.
Two important elements that make Come in orphone and let us give you
the Special-Six notable for fine perform- a demonstration in the Special-Six.
ance and comparative freedom from Drive it yourself A ride will help you
repair, are the four-bearing crankshaft make up your mind. In public confi
and the seven-inch frame with its five dence and respect, the name Stude-'
cross-members and sub-frauan support- baker stands higher than ever.
RalsroO, one-pieTe windshheld; cowl pightr; cow2 ventilator; massive
bed ael toaweau light with hch ete hSpon cocd; windshield uiper;
eight-day clock& thWlefr6ottnh~snlsuion lock, too compartmuent in Jolt
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FRED A. FULLER
LAURENS S. C.
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