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-SEA D TINS ONLY
AT OUR GROCERS
MAX LL HOUSE
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Office In 1'eoples flank linilding
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls answered any hour day or night
Simpson,Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
WIN PractIce in all State Courts
Prompt Attention Given All ilusluiess
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Prompt Attention Given All Business
Money to Loan on Real Estate
Ofice in Simmons Building
W. M. NASH
Terracing :: Leveling
Gray Court, S. C.
ARMY GOODS FOR
U. S. tents li xiix II ft. high, 3 ft.
twall, gnaranteed standard 12.-1 oz.
army duck .. ... .. .. .....19.95
U. S. Army Oflcers' wall tents, 9x11
fit. ..... .. .... .. .. .. . . .
Army Conmmercial Comforts, A
grade, slightly used, $35 bale of twen
ty. Army Cominerelal Comforts, B
grade, used Lut serviceable, $25 hale
U. S. Army shelter tents .. . .$3.95
U. S. Army folding canvas cots $2:.9
U. S. Army. tin cups, 1:e each, .per
dozen .. ................$1.01
U. S. Army alluninun cups, I.c
each, per dozen .. .. .. .. ....$1.50
U. S. Army folding metal meat or
mess pans with lid and handle, 25e
each, per dozen . .. .. ......$2.24
II. S. \r my enamel cut-, heavy, I0e
each. pier dozen . .. .. .. . ' 1..11
1'. S. Alrmy enamel plates, 10c each,
per oet.... .......
p. 'lier dozen .e.... .... .. ..>
.Ite eac. Au li ing )ans
:,te each, per dozen ...... ..$.75
U. ti. Army nmel pludding pans,
45 ea h, . . ..$1.75
er set .. .. . . . . i. . 500
goodl it I r j'air 95 It r doz/
en .. . . . . . .. . . I..0
able e~ltio It.2 p i;-. do e $1,5
coni~~tion $ ll I'S pler, lozen $t .
' 4. Arm Ilari a r, a elo -
new. Vsan lea id to l co N..
hat-i m n':: iaih -G ftl hi 1b, 1 i eS
wiatul2 nhsdep % b c
'ca a ' a or t h i *. .or 'l sw n l a r -e
1CMn. tatnb ..t .. t .. i .. .. . . .8 $3.75
1 '. S. tlt .\* i s- s a tr . '1 -
lh.ir e l e , : i ( high. . f t w S~e id.,
w'odth m inu (:rII d lp ie lt l
chn ,e c . . . .. . . . .25
I. S. Arm: rubb(er shoaes and all
tind.s. had ondtitioan-er ar..$3
U.gi S.nAife aayni:s; ay hem
gireinuelI . t o oan celnton. 1 r0e, (;u,
75a aynd !or fash.kie th
Ste(. .\arin dto mlt boke ans,o
U. Si. Army .leher, a r sadlee.
waisthells worth. .00 ea. .. .. 9t.e
each .... .. ....0, 16,70 and $I.M
U.hoi. Army cmpt suppvle. Weal
knde many bargainst ri e i arn
groud iof all nde lln.uhr
Oarn or AlIs knie, wnh ..d..0
Uce. .rmy letervl, r.ss.tleahe
wIncuepst hige worhe ord0,ering ..r..5c
~e .. .. ..re 7c, ref.nd anod $t.re
~Ituil .pay mile who visIt our wtore
houed youchmes ofenille froe
avmounting gin too offer.i am
WREHOU878 CSE CihOr.
ineneptagle wouhenrering god
LEVEl FOOD ACT
TO IN('LUDE CLOTHIN(G
Amendment of Food Control Bill
.dotpted by lHouse - Without inch
Opposition. $5,000 Fine or Two Yaurs
Washington, Aug. 23.---W\Vithont
almendmn't and with practically no
opposition, the I o Ii use late today
voted to amecind thlt Lever Food ('on
trol Act. to extend Its provisions to in
clude clothing, containers of food, feed
or fertilizers. fuel oil and implements
used in production of necessities, ani
to penalize proliteers by it $5,,001 ine
for two years' imlprisonmlent.
Plroposals to iake the act apply to
p rofiert'ing in hotuse and rtoo111 rents,
ado('(ted by the Hiouse in commiit tee
of the whole, were stricken out in
the final vote.
l'fforts were made by both tepib
liis and Democ rats to have t1he
a.neltdment's Iproi is;ionis cover necessi
ties other than those included in the
alendmuent as reported by theari
cultuire commnittee. Inclusive of ker
osene and gasoine was proposed by
S oKansas, who said tHie price of t hese
products had ncreased :jell -per cet
in the last two years. bit his amiiend
nitent was reilec'd by a close vote
while that of iRepresentative Newto.
liepbulienn, Mlinnesota, to include
raw cotton was eliminated on a point
of ardier by lieprtesenative lilanton.
Allemptlts to bring farmers and
farm organizations within the .iuris
diction of the amenldinent also were
Recommendations of Attorney Gen
eral Pl'amer to inclue retailers doing
a business of less thant $100,11100 uinder
the profiteering Section so t1hat Itie
department of justice might "go after
the little ones" Were inicided in tihe
mtessage as passed.
Five hours of general debate pre
ceded passage of the tmeasurec the
first leglslative stepI lin carrying out.
the recommendations of President
Wilson In his recent. address to con
gress on the high cost of living. The
Hut1chinson cold storage hill, modeled
on the New ,iersey ltr iiommended
to congress by the President as worthy
of patterning after. will be reported
to the louse next week.
Debate today consisted largely In
aItaeks and defense of the admiinis
iration, Rtepublicans asserting that
the Democrat:; 'wi masterly inaeliv
ity" had avoided any discussion or
remedies for he high cost of living
and Democratic members eharginig
that Reim tblicans h; d been busy
playing politics and were not utnmind
ful of coming elect ions "
Iepresenaltive Rodenbut rg. l cpub
lican, said that "the President's mind
for the last nine monthis has been comt
pletely absorbed by the idlea of the
league of nations. If there was a
famtline in China. a iiood in the .\Iis
sissippi valley, htn earthqiuake in l'arto
Rico, aI voilc anie eruption in 'entral
Amierica, or an epidetmic of 'final
det b iy ai proei o555 f reasi an th: at
satisfoies himsiilf at least, has,1
After you eat-alwanys take
instantly rclleves Heartburn, Bloat
ed Cassy E eeling. Stops food ou ri'ng,
repeatmgs, and all stomach miseries.
Aida digestion and apnetite. Keepa Iltoma~ch
sweet ant etronig. increasca Vi tality~ and Pep,
EATt'ItCCis the beet remedy. TPens of thou
sands wondorfully beneftitedl. Only cotong cet
or twon adny to iso it. l'oeitively guaracnteid
to DiinsO or wo iii refumni gnlOney, Get a lAg
box today'. You wil cc.
Thie taur tentis Drue ('o., La uuens, S. ('
Therefore Insist Upon Gen
ulne "Bayer Tablets
Milons of fraudulent Aspirin Tah
lets swere sold by aL Jrooklyn Mann
ractutrer which later priovedI to tic cotm
posed mainly of Talcum Powder.
"Mayer Tablets (If Aspirin" the trule,
gen ineIl, Ame Crican made anid Ameri
can owned Ta bicts are marked with
the safety "Hlayer Vross",
Ask for and then insist upon "flay
er Trablets of AspirIn" and al-waya buy
them In the original flayer' package
which contains piropler directlons and
Aspirin In the trade miatrk of flayer
Manufaturen no' \Mnnnonelaldenorm of
lng cause was the failure of the league
Itepresentative dieflian, i)enocrat,
Alabama, charged that Republican op
position to the league of nations had
become so pronounced that the chap
lain of the Ilouse "was not permitted
to pray for acceptance of the league
of nations." IHe said the chaplain had
offered such a prayer one morning
"and since then his lips have been
sealed by a high mueinber of the Re
Indication of the close interest With
which President Wilson Is following
every. love in the light on high
prices was given today in a lengthy
conference wh ic'h he held with Attor
ney (n eral P alner and Director
(rIee'ral ilnes. 'Thie conference was
arranged by .lMr. Palmer, who declined
to diseuss what had been unde' con
.\l'. 1'almer also was in ('oIfr(''ellce
today w\ ithl the senate agriculture sub -
coinmittet- considering amndmIents
to the Food control actl. Th'e coniumit
e wt'antled to have the atilendrmet s
define "reasonable p'rices and jlust
prolits." Ibut no agreenent was rea
Ied. It wa.. considered likely that thi.
lia so of the congressional share in
eurbiug profit'ers was put boefore
'resident Wilson by the atlorney gen
.\lIr. l'al:mer tod ay 1(.1egraphled
(Governor mith, of N),w York, that
Special :\si.'ia t I nited 8lates Dis
tlriel AttornVy Ienry A. uaiilar would
he assigned to inv'estigaot the New
York milk situation.
TI it.\ IN HiELi U'P
BY FOR 'lt BANIlITS
Ball rond a ld l'ostoilie li)etectives
Search iill. .\ll Clues Folhowl1ed(. Wo
nan'a fauly have bee-n lInplicated in
Nashville. Aug. 2 1.-With railroad
and postolli'e detectives scouring mil
dIe Tennessee and following every in
(ieation of a clue late Iis afternoon,
the four hIand!ts who held up and rob
hed the Louisville and Nashville pas
senger train No. 7. ten miles south of
Coumbia, last night, were still at
la'ge. One clue was based on tie re
port that a won an and two men Were
seen driving in an : tn'omaaobile near th:
scene of the robbery late last na''ht
('Oil t -14I w\'?'Ih the n'' -' h,. a' lj''1' -
alne'e lith'e two days ago of a womnan
who clained to be froin a Western
State and had a ticket for (ilendale,
the station near which the robbery oc
A slin, delicate looking nian of
about 25 Ivu ; with a broken nose is
also being soug-,ht by tlie o cialst, 1-:n
gineer Wray ha ving told goven'lane nt
ollicials this was the only inan who
took oft his iansk. O1he' clues are be
.\lthoug'tlh no oflicitl est.itmate of the
atnoiunt of !oor ty laaken by the robbers
has be'n give-n (lt, it was rulored
h1--r(" today that lite banlits got $al,
lIu in cash froin the mi ail ear.
.\cero'dilg to W . I'. \luilvilhill, tle
fir ianiI. Iw 44 1) t he; hand11its boaradedu thei
trin iati it :' ljihi a 44 ' ri i i th '"bind'
aii oitig hir len :n li- In iin r
an Peuini ee "The rinis hald
en u. to wh te li b . h l i ' ap
r Ii I I' 'aho ; niiah an wast
ai : 'r li::lu ' wi' b.; oi' ii t ir h an-ll
Iit h r:.' a d uI. or o -n ,
() , 4' i'~r w a thl - 12: 1 t . 1). tI. o.ii n
Iondua tr'li a :- it e a en h a \-.ny t
~'th thaie lIes i2.t(-'lY 4 h e (lein
thef I-i'h ti rd< ' re the i; s liri lanian i a
eti t ut t ri' 'h rii' iio'- ,i i '' I i'i, aii i'ot
Th'~ e thre' hantal -'' I lii' hiriti. e -
w-to dr;\la i s he~"0 lmine a'h thai hag-f
t( a lae.int a outaar h a ami\'la' b '"ond
whee teta. so a e rai Ia rat' 'a re' de
Ietu'di andil ig 1114 tI. ll ~aeeb
A'f'dterI rylin"te' ais, taahei hinithe
'ut the engine loose, th'ra ew'i thea thr
die de top'eatIt' ndoM lt ac ta'liimt'k iveI
a.traileof its paower allnyhere uhaaof
d Is thabie It stoppaed inear Wae to a
lin, igh ll('iles( torh ofi lc'iilarki.la
henrel'uttin tI ' h ta'nIn looae hn
oing~ tonl Wrlay hel weshiin in the 13
bushi'i.' alnew te tra'ack. dsotte
hse inclia'ks nd44'I Wray were ithen or
aintril of theats ol'wnuiTe(an
d'it. (hIn liii a(0(1ed tin ''a andamobhe
wh'leh isbi'iied li tt hae bee 1nWrough
lthere by handioi it o. '(11' 11. 13
Passrengetrs.i on 42 the trean a'ere' nt
and was headed for Nashville.
Chief Dcputy Sheriff Moore stationed
men all through the outskirts in hopes
of capturing the men.
,X'press colmpany and railroad of
ficials are of the opinion the men are
old heads at the game. They draw
their conclusions from the easy way
in which the bandits worked and ithe
way the robbery was planned. Brant
complimented the crew oi the "cool
work while under fire." Conductor Al
len is one of the oldest conductors on
the Louisville & Nashville. lie lives
No Worms in a Healthy Child
All children troubled with worms have an un
healthy color, which indicates poor blood, and as a
rule, there is more or less stomach disturbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly
for two or three weeks will enrich tie blood, im
prove the digestion, and act as a General Strength
ening Toui to the whole system. Nature will then
throw off or dispel the worms, and the Child will be
in Perfect health. Pleanant to take. 60c per bottle.
lunt's Sa ti orly called
flunt'e Our ,.uaranteed to
top znd 0 ptI ouro that
terrible ito'g It Is Com.
ndcd L urposo and
your money will bo prow jItly
refunded ivatiout question
I f Ilunt's Salve falls to curo
tebhltlaze mateer ltlngWorna
or any other skin aisoase. 760
For salo locally by
Laureis Drug Co.
18 cents '
a package -. u f.:" ": .
If you want to knowv what rare and
unusual enjoyment Camels provide
'.C 4! ;smoke them in comparison with any
nevELS efreti a cigarette soeveato ay
amels are so full-bodied and so full-of
Smokers realize ih ol ept noacgrte
that the value is in
exaiso whyo to e fo hato moe
Camels coldbeally witout tirigorettaste
Yulal eferblen Camels Trkid
of tobacco smoked straight!
You'llbefrealoize pirett quick toota
aCmel a old aevrywhre th may r o so C ls
Sokg es et afte tase or u nt cigarettyodor!
cart the home or ifn e
suppl)y or Ithen ynu tra2vt ,.One ou k w .d hesy u w n'
not expect prYou'llanrize prmesttybco qui keoo that
eaon thay reaisosl you smoke ml
Cas erdom frtot arny unpleasatga
h take much stock in premiums, coupons
or gifts! You'll prefer Camel quality!
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem, N.
Real Estate BargainsI
I now have some of the best farms listed for sale
I have had in the past ten years. Such farms as the
S. J. Davis farm of 116 acres; the G. A. Fuller farm
of 174 acres; the Dr. Ball home place of 135 acres;
the P. 0. Smith farm of 88 acres. Mrs. Sallie Wil
liams farm of 76 acres. Also some of the Col. Simp
son farm just out of town that has just been sold. All
of these farms within six miles of Laurens and well
improved. Most of them are on Top Soil Road. I
hove other farms I shall be glad to show you. Also
omie nice City Property for sale worth the mone.
Buy now before it goes higher as it is sure to do.sl
The W. S. and Mrs. Mary F. Bolt farm of 225
acres near Hickory Tav rn.
J. H. Sulliva la s of 325 acres near Hickory
Tavern, cut into ee tracts.
The Hug Anderson farm of 76 acres, five miles
east of Laurens.
45 acres near Shiloh Church.
I also sell Life and Fire Insurance. Buyland sell
all kinds of stocks.
B. M. Wolff
THE REAL ESTATE MAN
Laurens, . C.