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Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Office in Peoples Bank Building.
3. DIAL A. C. TODD
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
Enterprise Bank Buldings,
Laurens, S. C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Long Time Loans Negotiated.
ndertakers and Embalmers
Wmlls answered any hour day or night.
Simpson,Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
Wftl Practice In all State Courls
Ceepi Attention Given All Businese
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Wrompt attention given to all business
Money to loan oD Real Estate
C-1c.. Phone ' Residence Phone Ds
Ofar 'nons Building
C 1,. Featherstone W. B. KnIghi
FEATlIERS'ONE & KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurene. S. C.
A.B Busin ss intrusted to Our Care
Wil Have Prompt and Careful Atten.
Oficle over Palmetto Bank
t'r. Featherstone will spend Wednea
rav of each week In Laurens.)
W. M. NASH
Gray Court, S. C.
Heals The Throat
Cures The Cough
A FREE BOX OF
GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE SAL.VE
(Opens the Pores and Penetrates)
For Chest Colds, Head Colds and
Croup, is enclosed with -every bot
tie of HAYES' HEALING HONEY
You get the Coug~h Syrup and the Salve
for one i~ie 3.c.
Made, Recomrnended and Guaranteed to
the Public by
Paris Medicine Company
Grove's Tas;teless Chill Tonic
ALSO FEW FARMS
List Your Farms With
Me For Sale
Farmers! See Me at
ON "WAll PATH"
Postmaster General Ielterates Charg
es that Critlelsims of Ills Adialnlstra.
tions are SelfIshly Designed.
Washington, April 25.-Postmaster
( eneral lurleson tonight continued
his attacks against what he recently
ternied ai organize deffort to destroy
hili, by issuing a statement reiterating
':harges t0at criticisms of his admiln
IStrationl were not designed to work
in. proveinents in the postal aid 1wire
service, but to obtain the repeal of the
zone system or rates onl second class
mnai matter. The Postmaster Generat
said the issue arising froim the critic
isms presented a test which lie wel
"The news r'eacher lhe :postinaster
general this morning, ' says .\lr. Burle
osn, in his statement, "that Mr. lurle
soi's methods as appliio' to the postal
anl wire service will be the sibject
matter of discussion today by the
.\merican Newspaper Pulishers' As
"\\'hile this association is putting inl
the entire day by talking about .\ir.
Hiirleson and his methods, the
thoughts of certain sel .4h iiimibers
thereof durii ing that time will not be
onl .\lr. iiurleson's iethods or oil de
sired i illprovemienits in tlie postal and
wire service, but oil their share of the
$72.0(10,0111n they have been enjoying as
an annual postal subsidy for many
years. anl(] as to how they may recover
the part of which they were deprived
by congressional action and how to
remove the danger of losing more of
it. There may be little said by them
about this legalized graft, but it will
be uppermost in their mninds just the
"It is now insisted that this issue be
not obscured to deceive the American
leoplle. The real' issue Is whether cer
tain newspapers and magazines sliall
contiinue to Illch from the postal reve
nilie $72,000,0041 each year an impose
that burden upon other users of the
iail. 'This presents a test. I .welcome
"It is not(,il that Mr. C. .J. Post has
promptly identified himself as the chief
lobbyist of this coterie of sellish uib
lishers (o whomli I referred in. a recent
statementi. The others to whom I re
ferred in that statement will be at this
inteetinug. 'Ihevy are invited to disclose
tlii ie4nility and to repeat what they
'Saidl to mne.
"Mr. l'ost Actually develope( hy
1tia about 'Pulissianism anl vicions
one-luan 4''lCensorship establishel in the
postollice.' The basis for this panic is
as inlfaious a falsehool as was 4.ver
Illb list d. to w it, the alleg( d re Ifusal
Ilf ti iositiask'r .oncral to hav
IrIanit ,I ted I o A (IveIr the( telAeg raphll\ wirnes
(.011r t)in matterl cr Iticizin~g It.w poistm
1ir 't-r at. The New York \\orld
knewlht this was a1 h:ie ii wln it
;mbli h(. it 1. .\r. l'l : 1 liknlwt I this wa
a h~ve le when h rep Jd t \
they* Well knlow I, PIstIate Igne -
i t (1 I I At~ Ii 14i 1 i-l Nii Ii
al n v a 1 It y tI nw I t
1'sion ' f a n mai t U'I I 't > off ered for iin
nli 1111n on th I w ir .bt tL n ath . lin
'' I ... h' ' o ld ir ih. ' i n i l iin
fa--!. h !! an iur If w m l
n.Imoiiwa speni I am) 'sur this y~oub
F'o n muckhl (Vju'y lin of: uedr
Alomo toonyn illie t': yof
thoI iSloi oran e Liamentt ,
lael i kneasia reiefuca~cl
For~'~ practicll every m-m lat Iusedi
Wom:-t toor rby~ the i h od of
80c. (0c anid $1.20.
MUST NOT NEVLECT
National Cotton Manufacturers' Asso
clation Told of Opportuilty now
Knocking at Door.
New York, April 2.-America can
afford to charge up to wastage the
cost of her war born mercantile ma
rine but she can not afford to neglect
the trade opportunities it offers, de
clared George W. Norris of Philadel
phia in an address here today at the
annual convention of the National Cot
ton Alanufacturers' Association.
Air. Norris said it might be better
for private capital to barter govern
ment boat manned by naval reserve
crews than to buy the craft outright.
This course, he said, -would reduce de
mands on capital, facilitate enroll
mnent of the necessary personnel and
avoid injury to the shiphuilding in
dustry by throwing so much tonnage
on the market.
The merchant inarine qpuestion also
was discussed lby William lPorter
Wilite of LoAwell, Mass., and .1. 1). Mas
sey of Columbus, Ga., while "Labor
'Conditions" was the topic selected by
lienry It. Kendall of Iloston.
larry F. Atwood, of Chicago, author
and attorney, another speaker assert
ed that if the people of the United
States would return to their constitu
tion "and follow it strictly they would
find in it an antidote for 1lishevism."
"E!very State in the Union instead
of using the constitution as a model is
trying to see how far they can vary
froin it," he asserted.
"You business men want to strip
the federal government of every
board and commission. We had few
the first hundred years and it is quite
time we returned to these sinmpler
While You Sleep
No headache, biliousness, up-.
set stomach or constipa
SSpend 10 cents--feel grand; To
night take( Cascarets to liven your liver
nd clean your howers. Stop the head
aehes, hilious spells, sourness, gases,
ailnd coated longue. had breath, sallow
ness and onsltipaltion-Take Cascarets
andl ilnjoy Ile nicvst. getitlest "insidel
leansin:"' yoi ever. experioence(d. Wake
up feeling fine. Casearets is hest
cntiartie for (lchildren. Tast e like
eandy. No disappointnint! Thirty
million boxes of this brilEss,faitnouts
callinIrti' are sold vach yi'4 now.
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NI-IA.L 111TS MINE
Gia t T4ropi p ISiin ih' a n111a11i .Misses
.111114 Off Ne'% F1-'ouullan1d by) MA)y
Ncv' orlk. Apri ". -Th' Oait
22.K2 utt-n. ?inn(d a iil by onlyt~
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pri cdeti hmln etpt o :
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c77i irotps li faa boair Irin z up thell
hv a ihortl a ftttit un-ii. e ti r
.arroit' (e.e'sa moreX Th('druie
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HORSES AND MULES
If you need fine and well-conditioned farm and draft stock, this
is your opportunity to get bargains. These animals have been care
fully selected by government experts, and are well fed.
Sales At The Following Camps:
CAMP GORDON EMBARKATION DEPOT
Atlanta, Ga. North Charleston, S. C.
177 Artillery Horses, 330 Cavalry 30 Cavalry Horses, 350 Artillery
Horses, 160 Draft Mules. . Horses, 250 Draft hkules.
For information write.Lieut. L. L. For information wrie Major Al
Evans, Q. M. C., Remount bert Kaj, Q. M C Embark
Depot, No. 316, Camp ation Depot, No. Uharles
Gordon, Atlanta, Ga. ton, S. C.
These animals are all prime, fat and in good condition. The are exception.
ally fine farming stock. Sales will be held always at REMOUNT DEPOTS rain or
shi ::-under cover, if necessary, and to Highest Bidder. Lunch on grounds.
TrERMS: CASH OR CERTIFIED CHECK
Sdld singly, in pairs, or car lots, to suit purchaser. Halter with each animal.
Railroad Agents will be on the grounds. Come! It's your last and best chance!
r~I~I ~A. (Good Tlire Yea~r
thec growving pre(poniderance of
Wevrye sp1 Tsingfretrs
knowUnied tats Ties re oodtires-the bwht esllthemca
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