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Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Office in Peoples Bank Building.
. B. DIAL A. 0. TODD
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
Interprise Bank BaNdings,
Laurens, s. C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
bong Time Loans Negotiated.
ndertakers and Embalmers
CAIs answered any hour day or night.
Simpson,Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
W9ii Practico in all State Court
iismPS Attention Given kll Beutnes
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
9 eompt attention given to all business
Money to loan ou Real Estate
Vc- Phone 1 Residence Phone ft
"nr -nons Building
&. C, Featherstone W. B. Knight
VITA'hiElfYT'ONE & KNIUHr
Attorneys at Law
Laurens. B. C.
j'-4 ms Intrusted to Our Care
- Jlu.e Pronm)t and arengil Atten
ipiee over P1almtto Bank
srf~ti,oon will ,qod W~eiino'4
dav of each week in Laurens.)
W. M. NASH
Gray Court, S. C.
Heals The Throat
Cures The Cough
Price 35c. .
A FREE BOX OF
GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE SALVE
(Opens the Pores and Penetrates)
For Chest Colds, Head Colds and
Croup, is enclosed with -every bot
tle of HAYES' HEALING HONEY
You gct the Cough Syrup and the Salvo
for one pirice. 35c.
Made Recommended and Guaranteed to
Paris Medicine Company
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
The Ouinina That Does Not Affect the Ieat
i R i itR .M) Jt' NiN . ei lat -~ t II. \.
Qin ine and1( dos~ no~t cauI:te IIervou-m;ien notii
rinagingt int headI. Remeiwlr 'he full niame i:ud
took for the signature of 14. 'V. GROVEt. 30c.
Clyde T. Franks
ALSO FEW FARMS
List Your Farms With
Me For Sale
Farmers! See Me at
WORLD NOW FACES
FAMINE IN LUMBER
Prices Seem Certain to Rise. Speech
by Simmons. Man who' was Sen.
tenced to be Shot by Boisheviki
Chicago, April 15.-Roger E. Sim
mons, who was sent to Russia in 1917,
as P. member of a United States gov
ernment commission to study the lum
iber Ptuation -in, the war devasted
countries and who was taken pris
oner by the Bolsheviki government
and at one time sentenced to be shot,
today told the legislativb commission
Investigating high prices of 'building
material that the world was facing a
Prices of litmber, he said, were cer
tain to rise in the next few years be
eause of the tnprecedented demand
which would come from the recon
struction of the war stricken re
gions of E'urope. The major portion
of this lumber, he said, would have to
be supplied by the United States and
'Canada already has received an or
der from the British governmeut for
1,000,000,000 feet of lumber while this
country has received orders for 1,000,
000 feet of oak from IMligltind and 12
siiploads of lumber from Italy.
Mr. Simmons said Rlussia which he
for the war exported 52 per cent of
the world's lutmber sulipply, would not
be in i position to cut lumber until
five years after the government has
been stabilized and order restored.
Austria and other countries which ex
ported lumber before the war are in
a simila position, he said, so that the
present burden in su pplying this com
modity wou1ld have to be borne by
this country and Canada.
England, 'Mr. Simmons said, had
subsidized a corporation to erect saw
mills in Siberia to sipply the home
needs of that country. Great Britain
recently called on its citizens imme
diately to build 300,000 homes for
rett 'inu soldiers and sailors. ithe
lgovel- tont ag,reeing to reftind '75
per C(lt, of any differential cost be
tween today and five years from now.
Replying to questions regarding
tile fitite of Bolshevism in Russia,
Mr. Simm6ns said:
"Bolshevism is like a scourge which
must iriin its course. I believe that
eventually it will fail because of its
brutal injustice and immorality. It
is the greatest menace to real democ
racy that the world has ever seen.
THE HEROIC SACHIFICES
'Never in the world's history has any
nation ever sacrificed so heroically of
its blood and treasure than has France
in the present World conflict. Her
great peasant popilation have siffered
and bled for democracy with undying
fortitude. America also owes these
people a great. debt of gratItude for
a perfect remedy for stomach, liver
and intestinal disorders whilch it is re
ported has already saved many Amer
ran lives and prevented thousands of
siturrical operations. Geo. If. Mayr, for
years a leading Chlcago clemist, fiml
ports and1( sells it in t his cotintry u nder'
thle nameil of .\'ir's Wonderful lieme
dy3. It is a sitrfile, h armless prepara
tion1 thait removes the catarrhal mu i
ents from the intest inal traet and al
lays th e in flammti loln which (a uses
practically all stomach, liver and inl
te(stinali alllments, inctuding appiendlI
cit is. One (lose will convince or money
refun Ided. Thel Lau10rens D~rug Co. and
F.Ut3lIElIS OF A3IERICA
STA ND WIT1'h 80'T1h
I'rge' llitmovail of Govertnmenmt llestrie.
I ons on ('otton antd Reductttion of
Denver, A pr'il 16.--- hemuoval of gov
ernmen t restril ions on the marketing
of thle colt on (roil and( redc~ltin in
aertea ge planted inlC~ ottin wereC urgedl
at today's meeting of the Fairmers'
FEducntionalI and1( Coopertativye 1'inion of
Am teticn in eenvent ion here. Speakers
polint ed out thbat a mlore div~erslifled
far'nminr N 'I wouild auid ini developi
mlent ofI I th South , wvhich has lbeen
haflndi'ipedl by conifining farmintg
opera'titton to Cot toln.
A r'ep~ort by the commnit tee on cot -
oni and cottonl produictsi said:
'"Thiere have bleen mnore severe re
stiitt'ns on eotton eveir sinice thte
beginnIng of the wvar than oti any
othbet' farm produict atnd more of t hose
testrtict ions remiain ini force than on
anly otheri fairm prlodutct. E'veni today
t here are restrtictionus on the trande
with oiur allies.
"WithI these facti as a basis we feel
jutstIi(ed ini~l asking OttrI gov'ernmjiet to
make ever'y effoirt to have these re
stril itns r'emlOved at the earlhiest pos
Tihe report also adlvoeatedl r'eductloll
ini the acreage of ('otton, declarIng that
the South hadi been broughit to itidm
i 'alI slav'ery by d1ephend~ence upon01 One
CHICH E1' ER PILLS
rIJ ii A'It'iN liA, r id.
4.,,..J tt~sI i v- I (~ 'i e libon.
, W yeaursknownht~ikbahst,Alvnusktehial to
LOCATE LIQUOI STILL.
Ofilcers Also Arrest Man in Edgefleld
County. Still Operated Recently.
McCormick. April 16.-Working as
special constables forthe State, S.
W. Lowe and J. W. Koon located, cap
tured and brought to McCormick Mon
day night two copper stills and J. E.
Burgin, on whose place they were
.found. Although not in operation at
the time, there was evidence that the
stills had been operated recently. No
mash or other evidence being obtained
under which Burgin could be arrested
for a violation of 'State law, a warrant
was sworn out against him before JG
seiph Murray, United States commis
sioner and the defendant camte in and
was released upon giving bond in the
sum of $500 for his appearance at the
next term of the federal court at An
The stills had been operated and
were found in Edgefield County just
across the line fron McCormick Coun
ty. One of them was found in the
smoke house of Burgin and the
other In the edge of some woods. One
of them was 25 gallon capacity and
the other about 15 gallon capacity.
Nuimerous complaints have been reg
istered from the women of Parks
ville and that section of McCormick
county nearest this p)oint in Edgefleld
nulOnty anld upon such comlplaint the
governor had sent these men here to
locate the stills and stop the manu
facture of whiskey.
Yes I Everybody
Only 10 cents! Harmless
cathartic for sluggish
liver and bowels
Feel bully! Cheer up! Take Cas
carets to liven your liver and cilan the
bowels and stop headaeh es, bilious
ness, had breatli, coated tonigue, sal
lowness, souilr stoimicll and gases. To
nighti take Cascarets and enjoy the
nifevst, genliet liver anild bowel cleans
ing you ever ex perieneed. Wake up
feeling grand-l~verybody's doing it.
Cascalrets best laxative for (hil Idren.
'lheY gladly take this pleasant candy
cathartI checause it never griles or
sickens like other things.
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* to do so. If you want to sell
them we buy them at market
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Laurens, S. C.
C. H. ROPER, Sec. and Treas
At Enterprise National Bank, Laurens. S. C.