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ASSESSOR'S NOTICE 1917.
The Auditor's office will be open
from -the 1st day of January to the
20th of February, 1917 to make returns
of all personal property for taxation.
For the convenience of taxpayers
the Auditor. or his deputy will attend
the following named places to receive
returns for said year to wit:
Monday, Jan. 1b, Scuilletown town
ship, J. S. Craig's store.
Monday, Jan. 15, Jacks township, S.
Monday, Jan. 15, Jacks township,
Monday, Jan. 15, Hunter township,
Monday, Jan. 15, Cross 11111 town
ship, Cross 11111.
Monday, .lan. 15, Waterloo township,
Monday, .Jan. 15, Waterloo township,
J. L. Madden's.
Monday, Jan. 15, Waterloo township,
Jerry C. Martin's store.
Monday, Jan. 15, Dials township, H.
13. Mahon's store.
Monday, Jan. 15, Youngs township,
Mondu:y, .lan. 15, Youngs township,
Monday, Jan. 15, Seufletown town
ship, Ora, 9 a. in. to 2 p. m.
Monday, .Jan. 15, Laurens township,
Watts Mill, 2:30 p. in. to 6:30 p. In.
Tuesday, Jan. 16, Hunter township,
Tuesday. Jan. 16, Sullivan township,
T. T. Wood's.
Tuesday, Jan. 16, Dials township, D.
Tuesday, Jan. 16, Youngs township,
Wednesday, Jan 17, Hunter town
ship. Clinton Cotton Mill.
Wednesday, Jan. 17, Sullivan town
Wednesday, Jan. 17, Dials township,
V. A. White.
Wednesday, Jan. 17, Youngs town
ship, W. P. Harris.
Thursday. Jan. a8, hunter township,
Lydia Cotton Mill.
Thursday, .an. 18, Sullivan town
ship, W. D. Sullivan, Sr.
Thursday Jan. 18, Dials township,
Thursday, Jan. 18, Youngs township,
Friday, Jan. 19, Hunter township,
Please make note that the appoint
ments will be ill1ed just as advertised
and to please come out and make re
turns. One man usually makes the
whole round and some may not under
stand the notice this time, as I have
divided up the territory in the several
All male citizens between the ages
of 21 and 60 years on the 1st of Jan
uary except those who are incapable
of earning a k *.ppurt from being
maimed or from other causes, are
deemed polls, Confederate veterans
Also all male citizens between the
ages of 18 and 50 on the 1st day of
January, 1918, are liable to a read tax
of $1.50 and are required to make
during the time above specified and
their return of same to the Auditor
shall pay to the County Treasurer at
the same time other taxes are paid in
lieu of working the road.
All taxpayers are required to give
township and number of school tis
tricts; alsb state whether property is
situated in town or country. Each lot,
tract, or parcel of land must b en
After the 20th of February 50 per
cent penalty will be attached for fail
ure to make returns.
J. W. THOMPSON,
I' ' TI iA1, E Iil it.
Twenityt V ears fr'oml Todaty a Ilaldhendut.
Cd Man itIVill be tl an Unit,nali Sight1.
One of' thle maosut prtominentI ( drug
gist s of' A merica made a statement a
few weeks ago which has caused a
great dheal 0o' dIscussion among scien
li sta; in tile med ieal press.
lie sa 1 i "I he niew' haltr grower.
Mlildrtedina Ha~ir Rtemedy, 11 incases its
sales as it has during thle lpast year,
it wvill be usedl by nearly every man.
woman and child in America within
"Whlen Mildlredina Hair Remedy is
used( almost univeirsally, dlandiruff will
disap~pear and with its depar'ture bald
ness, itching scalp), spilitting halt' and
all seap diseases will follow and twen
ty yeCars from now a bald head wi'll be
There is only one way to cure dan
druff, and that is to kill the germs.
There is only one way to cure dlan
drttff, and that is to kIll the germs.
There is only one hair pr1eparation
that wvill kill the germs and that is Mil
dredina Hair Remedy. This utnusnual
bnir' restorer with its record of theous
andls of cur'es will gro~w hair on any
head where theye is any life left; it
cures diandru'tff, stopis falling hair andi
itching of the .scaip Inl three weeks or
It. is the most pleasant andl invig
orating tonic, is not sticky, 01' greasy
and is used extensively by ladies of
retineiment whto desiire to have and to
keel) their haiir soft, lustrous and lux
nriant. Fifty cents for a large b)ottle
at Laur'ens Drug Co. Mail ordlers filled
by Mildred Louise Co., Boston, Mass.
CUT TiS OUT
FitEIE to show how oiuickly Miu
dredina liair Remedy acts, we will
sendl a large sample free by return
mail to anyone who sends thi
Coupon to Midred loul:;c Co., Une
ton, Mass., with their name and ad
dress and ten cents in silver t
A 0001D INVESTMENT
says M, D. Reynolds, Madison, Wis.,
who states: "I had rheumatism nine
teen years; used three boxes of
RHIEUMATISM P( YDJ 1S
and have throtwn atw(jcruitches5."
You acn afford to tr?'hem. Sold
only by uts, 50c and $i.00. Eureka D~rug
Co., Tanesannd Wntts Mill.
* HOLLY GROVE NEWS.
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!lolly Grove, Jan. 13.-Miss Amanda
Templeton, formerly of Clinton, now
working with the Florence Daily 'Times
sient the holidays with her grand
molter, Mrs. Addle Templeton.
Mr. George Gambrell has moved b:
yond 'aterloo on Saluda ltiver. lie
is i good neighbor and we are sorry
he leaves us.
Mr. Louis Madden with his son,
E~arl, have gone to McCormick to live.
Mir. lDoyon Myers has returned to his
country home near the city limits.
Your corresipondent Is making a
small venture In stock farming. That
we may not suffer in case the boll
weevil moves our way.
Mr. D. G. Mloore has moved to the
Day place. We welcome these good
friends ick to our community.
'Mr. and Mrs. John Williams visited
here last 'week.
Mr, David Templeton of the United
States navy spest a part of the toll
days with relatives in this community.
Uncle S'ain treats his boys well, if
David is a sample.
Let us begin this new year with
cheerful hearts, and love to our Maker
for His manifold blessings.
GIRLS! HAVE WAVY,
THICK, GLOSSY HAIR
FREE FROM DANDRUFF
Save your hair! Dle05])l1 its beauty In
a few nomueints-try this!
If you care for heavy hair, that
glistens with beauty and is radiant
with life; has an incomparable softness
and is fluffy and lustrous, try Dander
Just one application doubles the
beauty of your hair, besides it imme
diately dissolves every particle of dan
druff; you cannot have nice, heavy,
healthy hair if you have dandruff.
'T'his destructive scurf robs the hair of
its lustre, its strength and its very life,
and if not overcome it produces a fev
erishness and itching of, the scalp; the
hair roots fami. loo n and die; then
the hair falls ut f$ L.
If your hair las een neglected and
is thin, faded, ry scraggy or too oily,
get a 25-cent b tie of Knowlton's
Danderine at M y drug store or toilet
counter; apply a little as directed and
ten minutes after you will say this was
the best. Investment you ever made.
We sincerely believe, regardless of
everything else advertised, that if you
desire soft, lustrous, beautiful hair
and lots of It-no datdlruflf-no Itching
scalp and no mtore falling hair--you
must use K nowlton's I)anderine. If
eventually-why not now?
* WAiTTS M111, N EWs. *
C O C C C * C C * * *' C C
Watts Mill, .Jan. 8.-The 1aurens
towsshii' singing col vetlion will meet
at Watts \11l church on the third Sun
(lay imorning at eleven o'clock. All
good singers are reqluested to be pre
ent with their song books. The publi
is cordially invited to attend.
On account of so many ces o
menisle's here (ouri school has not1 opent
Tlhere is (11qu iit a numberi of caIs's at
We are glad to repor't that. .\i'. W.
'I Jenitin~gs wh Io has been1 it the htos
pita'l for some itme had t he pleasure of
rctutrning hoite for a shoi't while ont
Settlers at HIlckory raiern.
Mr. WV. HI. Turner, of the Hickory
Tavern section, was a caller at the
Advertiser office Friday. Mir. Tur'ner
has just recently moved into Laur'ens
county fi'oim te vicinity of Piedlmonit.
A number of oilher families fr'om the
same section of Greenville county htave
located near lllckor'y Tavern. Among
thtose wvho have recently taken upl
their home there ar'e J. S. and P. G.
Ashmiore, Arthur' Phillips and ii. D.
Tui'neir. All of these are thr'ifty farm
er's andi will make valuable additions
to the neighborhood.
for 1917, tells about the best
and gives special Information as to
thte best crops to grow, both for
profit and home use.
The large Increase In our busi
ness which wc have again experi
enccd during the past year Ia the
best of evidence as to the high
Wr'Ite for catalog an icca c f
Grass and Clover SMeds, Seed
Potatoes, Seed Oats or Liny
Fiarm Seeds rev'uiried.
Catalog nt~Iled free on requesvt.
T. W. W(OD C& SONEV
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* FOWLERIS NEWS. *
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Fowlers, Jan. 15.--Ats. C. 13. Tay
lor and son, Robert, are sick at this
Mliss Grace Poole Spent the week-esd
with homefolkt; at ''ylersvillc.
Miss Gussic Owens, one of our
sweet girls, has returned front a visit
to her sister, in (reenville.
Mr. aid Mrs. I. I,. Smith gave a
new year's dining to a few friends re
cently. We being a participant, can
testify as to Its being complcte in ev
Miss Margaret. Drummond of Lan
ford, is spending some time with her
grandmother, 'irs. .1. A. Fowler.
Mrs. Mary iBrownlee and daughter,
Miss Etta, are in Spartanburg visit
ing Mrs. C. A. Jolly.
The S. 1. A. met Thursday evening
at the Warrior Creek schoolhouse. A
well arranged programme was ren
dered by the different grades. IDiscus
sions were then in order pertaining to
the intbrests of the school, after which
refreshments were served.
The demonstration agent, Mr. P. W.
Moore, will make a talk at the War
rior Creek schoolhouse next Friday ev
ening and probably Mr. Sullivan, the
superintendent of education. It is ar
dently hoped that a good crowd may
meet them at any time between two
thirty and three o'clock.
Mr. J. A. Fowler has been very sick
S.1'S I1(1 E'.'IEllS (lET KI)NEY
latke a (lass of ('old Wat-r and id
t neco to Flush Kidneys if Back Ilurts.
(bmit i Meat from 1)it if You Feel
Itienmatie' or Bladder Bothers.
''he American men and women must
g lardi constantly against kidney trou
ble, because we eat too much and all
our food is rich. Our blood is filled
with uric acid which the kidneys
strive to tillter out, they weaken from
over-work, become sluggish; the elim
inative tissues clog and the result is
kidney trouble, bladder weakness and
a general decline in health.
W\hl'n yoar kidneys feel like lumps
of lead, your back hurts or the urise
is clrIdy, full 6f sediment or you
are obliged to eek relief two or three
times durn the night; If you suffer
with sick adache or dizzy, nervous
spells, acid stomach, or have rheuma
I ism when the weather is bad, get
from Peoples Drug Store about one
dozen kidneco tablets; take one with
a glass of water before each meal for
a few days and your kidneys will then
nt Ii' ' 'T:hi famous remedy is made
from irftec tly har ml ess ingredients
anid aes qi ickly and has been use-1 for
generations to flush and stimunlate(
clogged kidneys, to neutralize the
acids in the urine so it no longer is a
:'ca rce of irritation. thus ending bid
N'idntcol is ine."'n n ie:e rn
jiure. mtalke no nmisl'ko, in'h:t tn b:id
n1eco, it behogsa:: 1)n e'very" ho!me. h1'
callse nobod'y can mk a :i(-ta e by
having a good kluney tltushing" an."
.* 10IN h1'iNS. *
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101er of Laureni'~ts il. ri ecol lee I
John)1 lurn'is, whio oper' at ed a tin shoit
on the northI side of t he Imlti c squar te.
Rlhan anmd Vani Robertson werte alIso
I inners. These men01 dlid honeicst wiork,
out, of the best of materials. A Hurns
coffee pot wouldl out-last three of the
ones now madec in thle north. in fact,
the local shops made upi all the tin
ware solti in the country. They had
a delivery wagon to hauli the tin to
the storea anid bring back loads of
rags. Often the rag trade would pay
for all tihe tinware sold.
Jotn flurns received the apipoint
mnent of revenue oflcer for Laurens
county, ife wvould not be bothered
wvithi a horse, but walked all over Lau
rens to transact his business, lie camne
Into my store one mor'nlng to count
uip my business, to see if I was liable
to an incomle tax. lie related his dlay's
work and we counted his day's wvaik
which was forty-five miles. Is pass.9
ing at a later time, lhe told mec he was
goinig to move up to Walhalla. it was
such a round about clay b~y Newberry
and the railroad, that he wvas walking
across the country to Bleiton (36
mliles) to takce the train. What will
you do .John, if you muiss the Blelton
train WVhy- I will just step on up to
Andlersdtu. Where ,wW~ tyoui pfnd a
tnan as fond of walking as Mr. hurns?
I saw in the Greenville News, the
death or Madden Elliison, .\lr'. lu rn's
son-in-lawv, which calls to in d ouri
formier Laurenis citizen.
E~ATING~ A PLEASUREh.
when you have a niormal appiet Ite.
Loss of apptetite indicates that the
stomlachi needs to lie cleaned, sweet
enecd, and stinmulatecd to heal thy ac
is sold for thIs purpose and gtuaran
teed to give relief. Sold only by us,
$1,00. Kur'eka Drug Co., Laurens and
The Opening of Hayes
New 5c and lOc Store
W E take pleasure in announcing to the
people of Laurens County that we
have reopened our 5c and 10c Store next to
Lurey's and will be delighted to have you
Completely New Line of the Very
Best Goods at the Same Low Prices
As soon as our old stand is rebuilt we will
move back to it, where we will continue to
keep a store overflowing with the best lines
of goods to be found anywhere in a store
of this kind.
HAYES' 5c & lOc STORE
o5 S _
This is a sale of this season's clothing
stylish, dependable winter goods in all the
popular present day colors and designs.
A SAVING OF 25 PER CENT
MEN'S SUITS BOYS SUITS
$12.00 Men's Suits now, $ 9.00 $.0By'Sisnw 60
15.00 Men's Suits now, 11.25 75 os ut o, 56
16.50 Men's Suits now, 12.38
1'7.50 Men's Suits now, 12.13 70 os ut o. 52
18.50 Men's Suits now, 13.88 65 os ut o, 48
20.00 Men's Suits now, 15.00 60 os ut o, 45
22.50 Men's Suits now, 16.88 50 os ut o, 37
25.0 Me's Sitsnow, 1.975 8.00 Boys' Suits now, $6.00
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