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Goveinent 11hreatened with Anarchy,
Unless Demand for Flunie Support.
ed. Econoile and Financial Sitta
tion very Bud.
Rtome, Wednesday, Sept. 24.-In po
litical circles, where the Flume at
fairs viirtually muonopollze attention, it.
It Collilenl ted on that Italy's internal
sit uat ion- "ravo economically for
want of food and riaw materials, and
grave financially becatise American
dollars bring a preimium of 100 pier
cent here"--hais been rendered far
more serious politically by Ilie recent
Oni the one hand, it was pointed out.
are the rerorm ,olalaists, nationalists,
repblicans -anl Ct'iholle popular par
lies, all accointed in favor' of the an
lexlillon of Pilliumn to (111y, following
Gabrivili D)Atmuizio's cou p in svizingi
Sloan's Liniment scatters
the congestion p'd
A little, ka)plie' j,(.i wout rubbing, will
pene11 trat jie i e 1yand rest, and
soothe the n ervt.
Sloanl's I iitti ent is very effective ill
alla.yingy externall pa;ins, strinsl,. bruises,
acies, stitT joints , SOre mniiisCles, luiflm
go, nieuriitis, scialtica,. rInna-111tic twinges.
Keep a big bottle alvays on hand
for family use. Druggists everywhere.
35c, 70c, $1.40.
the Adriatic seaport. On the other
are the "offielal" socialists, disproving
all claims to lands not indisputtbly
lItalian, and threatening that the pro
lotariat will tako the law into its own
hands aid preveit, by a general
strike, any further action.
Deputy Clliesa, one of tlie leaders of
III ieiblicans, has just returiled
fiorn Fiume, and is said to be elthus
inastic -iI miryport of D'Aninunzi0's
cause. h'lie Catholic popular party al
so is pro--iYAinizio, it appears,
Wiile the n1ationvalists are known as
IIt stronig'A ailellIs of the iiot'I
"It Ie ocent r(form socialist ('on
Vol.tIoIt :ler a ) imotIOn of censui'e gov
(in1ellt was adopted declaring for
Ite annexation of linme, buit declin
ing to approve of D'Aniunzlo iti seiz
Thel other part4, InI somle VIaSeS arie
cilleislr~g ti.e I 'I ex editionl, but1 oin
1i whole ar. uitl favor the anniiiex
ation of irr loo i Ws where Italians pre
lItviwingvlIi 1he sitiatioln, Ihe l'opolo
"T.hi'e oily possible (wa y to save
lIIaly from aiarciy is to give way to
piblic opii4't. wv.hich, howeveri ii ilay
dirffr as 0memihods, is iarge'ly rav'or
ali' lo a policy of gratitiig Italy what
sli is initiiled to."
l'aIrs, Sept. 45. The Italian delega
loll wak's inl eontst ant coilmniiaion1111
with iome tolight, but lt' oily defl
Ilite sta1em11ient that coild Ie oblained
from lihe delegates was tha he ki igs
conlleil had held two meetliigs aid by
the kiig's rectiest 111 lie iembers
had pledgedA thiemselves not to divulge
The convieiolln Is gener'al inl con fer
I'nce circles tha.1 s;omel( reVCent .ommnll
ileatlon from President \Nilson was
before tile eon neil concerning Fiuie.
blut tihere is no depeidahbe in forma
tion regainmg the ciracter of tile
ENGLISM1 MILLM ARIE
SHORT OF COTTON
Americant Cotton Associatlotin Urges
Farmers to Stand for Agreed Prices.
110141 for Minhrnumn.
Columbia, Sept. 24.-Clalming that
Great Ilritain Is about to experience a
dearth or cotton and that American
mills are -already consumIng all avail
able sippl-les, the American Cotton
Assoelatlion, .in a statemnot ilsdued
from its local headquarters .today, de
clared tha-t only one thing could re
sult---a falt price for the simpl-. Farm
sers are I urged by the association to
hold their coLton rot the mInImum
price fixed by the associnitiol.
"The American Cotton Associatdon,"
says the statement, "urges the farm
ers of all the cot.ton states to continutte
to statnd by the prices named at the
New Orleans convent ion In September
with it a slidi n scale of a half cent in
(1reaseR eaCh man'thil unt1il (lhe price
reaches -10 cents in May.
"TIhe price was agreed upon afler
Ptmuch d ticussion and .s recognized all
over the couit ry as a conservat;lve
price. in fact low prIce. At this
price the sinner~vS cann operate thevirj
mills and lake a 1 treiendouts pllt.
No spinner has yet( complained that
ith priee is loo 1gh.
"'lhe 'ptri(e of o ti today at -10
'Ints a pound is a low priee consider
ing the cot of producitlon.
"Porty cents i)r pouni(d for votton
is a1 low price according to the selling
pricet of cotton goods.
"Cotton oday mtIsurt'ed In the
valu I of t otton goods Is intrinsically
worth more 0han1 .50 cents per pound.
"''The re is no denial of the fact that
(otton0 at -10 ceits per pound is tIle
cheapest commodiity t hat is being sold
today in the world's market.
"Let the farmer he not d(elved by
the tremendous amouint of propagandia.
that is leing circulated iI reference
to the lack of credits in I0urope.
."Tiie American spinners are pros
Ipering almost beyond calculation. The
Euiopemnn spinners will not stay out
of the game.
"A indutstrial ugent of the Fl'ited
States government stationed in Lon
don has Just wired the department at
Washingon that he 'has made a full
investigation and that the British
mills have not enough cotton o hand
to last them tWo weeks. 10ngland will
buy cotton and she will be glad to buy
it at the price named at the New Or
leans meeting of tie American Cot
ton Association. She wvill not stand
for her mills to remain Idle and lose
her trade. Germany Is ready to buy
ctton. Her 111111 ; are intact. She Is
rea01dy to bu0y several million hales.
"In the meantirie the American
mills are idle. Manufacttrers are not
able to supy13 the trade with cottoi
goods. Cotton goods are advancing
steadily every day. There is no rea
Sotn -w%'hly cotton should have declined
oil account of the prospect of a bum
tier crop for tihis is not so. A great
surprise is Itn store for the cotton
v.'id. The deterioration of the crop
hias ieell velr3' rapid. It is veryv doubt
fill if 1 0,000,000 bales ar p' lrodluced.
This .w%'ill 110otupply the nleeds of the
"'Vo1ton farm11ers5 shoul d not be de4
celv'ed about tile carr'ty-over' crop fromn
last year'. Th'le amlount of sp)innalrble
('01101 ('arirtied over Is v'ery small.
"'If tile ('0tt01 t~ilerme will 011ly hold
iis 4)otton, 1 ttnd hy 'the orgaizat Ion
and( r'efuise to sell hie will get tile
min um 1111r1 lice namled at New Or
leans, not 0111y this butt a much(1 lar'getr
lice). Tihe watch1 wvordA ar'e organIze,
stand readly, refuse to sell ulnless thel
m1 iltn~imum prl'ice Is offered)(."
If Constipated, Bilious
or Headachy, take
* ~ "Ca .are s
Feel granld! e/ etliClenlt! Don't
stay si('k. hilitu hleadachy, 'onsti
liat ed. Riemove til lIver atnd howel
1poison wh',ichl Is keepIng your h'iead
dlIzzy, y0our tonlgue ('oatedl, your1 brceath
haid anid your1 stomlachl souri. Why not1
get a small box of ('a.searects andl en
joy' thle nIcest, genltlest laxative-cath
ar'tic 3'ou ever' exp~eriened? Cascar'ets
neOver gri Pe, slekeni or Ineonv'en'iene
4one4 lIke salts, oil, ealomel or harsh
pills. Cascarets brinlg suine~ttl to
cIludy' min~ds and hal f-sick boidles.
They work while y'ou sleep.
Five Stills Destroyed.
WashIngton, Sept. 25.-The sherIff
of 'Covkeye county today destroyed In
front of the court lhuse at Newplor-t,
seven IllIcit stills capllture'd In tile last
monthl. ile also decanted 11110 tile gnlt
t(er thirty' .al!ons of "r'eal goodl mloon
shine" coirn l1iquor1. Not fai' away the
liquor01 was datmmed ulpW~l . ith mud by
a thirsty e,'owd whIch was havIng a
mlet ry tim u(1'lnt il e 51hCriff appeaired
anl:: arrestedi the re~'elers.
PrInce oif Wanles ('onJ g to I. S.
Victorla, . C., Sept. ..6.-The PrInce
of Wales wi~vll leave Otstawa for Wash
Ingthn on November 10th, It was offie
Ially .annoanned here toay.
NO MORE CATARIH.
Tids Simple Home Treatment Has
tood the Test of Time.
Eivery fall and winter, for more than
twenty years, thousands of people
have mnade it a daily practice to
breathe the air of Hyomei and so keep
themselves free from Catarrh, Coughs,
Colds Bronchitis, Sore Throat and In
This Is certain and you should try
it. if you will obreathe 'Hyor daily,
as dirk ted, It will free y and keel)
you fr -. fr mn all thes roubles or It
won't cost ou a ce
Th1e Laur ns 1'1Y g Co. or any reli
able druggi t c rsupply you with the
Complete I y lei Outfit, Including a
hard rubbe >ocket inhaler. The in
haler will last a life time and extra
bottles of the liquid Hyomel cost but
a few cents. A few drops of oil in
the Inhaler will last for days and tts
pure, soothing, antiseptic, healing air,
breathed dicp: in the air passages of
your nose and throat, should keel)
you free froin coughs, colds, influenza,
and ca-tarrh all winter long. Pleasant
to use, takes but a few minutes daily
and is guaranteed to saitisfy or money
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
.\. S. 13Al',Y, Plaintiff,
llATTIIO DOWNS, et al, Defendants.
Pursuant to a Decree of the Court
in the above stated case. I will sell at
public outcry to the highest bidder, at
Laurens C. I., S. C., on Salesday in
October next, being Monday the 6th
day of the month, during' the legal
hours for such sales, the following do
scrilwd property, to wit:
All that tract, piece or parcel of
land situate, lying and being in the
Town of Clinton, State and County
afcoresald and being the lot bought by
liattle Downs from W. 13.
Owens, as per title dated Nov. 6th,
1909, and recorded Dec. 2nd, 1909 in
liook N.. St. page 209, with boundaries
as follows: Lying on the west side of
Bell Street, bounded on the south by
W. 13. Owens, east -by W. B. Owens,
nortlh by thirty-foot street. being one
hundred ind four feet -wide, and two
hundred and nine feet long, contain
ing one-ha)f acre, more or less, and
containing thereon one-story frame,
ele-roof dwelling, and this debt is
made for the .purchase money for the
within stated house. All the within
,iroperty is owned by us in fee simple,
and free from any prior claim.
Terms of sale: cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers and stamps. If the
terms of sale aro not complied with,
the land to be re-sold on same or some
subsequent Saleaday on same terms, at
risk of former purchaser.
C. A. POWER,
C. C. C. P. and G. S., Laurens, S. C.
Dated, this Sept. 12 1919. 9-3t-A
ROMANCE is ca
lands are her ing t
off and see I world
Learn to "'parley
Paree. See the bi
Panama. Se~e surf-ri
beach of' Waikiki.
Learn the lure thi
the swish and swirl of
sea. Eat well-free;
free; sleep clean-free
all straight in the
and all manner of pe
Come!t Be a reas
world. See the world
Shove off I
Salesmen are wanted in counties of Greenville, Spartanburg and
Iaufens to sell
Delco Light Vid Delco Light Products
Address or call after Monday Sept. -29th.
Piedmont Electric Service Company
Temporary Office at Band Stand, Spartajnburg, S. C.
YOUR CHIOICE OF A BATTElY
has a lot to (10 with the eilciency of
your car. If you choose it here you
ne have no doubt as to results. Our
batteries are of standard make, p)ow
erful as ean be made and as long last
Ing. We have storage batter'ies for
SAGevery possible use.
D HAltNEY ELECTRIC CO.
Opposite Ia Office.
Laurens, S. C.
You Just Try
YOUJ~g~t~ry Get your orga--ns of di
gestion, assimilation and
t. elimination working in
NP!R For ThaL harmony and watch your
trouble disappear. NR
Indigestion does it or money back.
One Day's Text roves NO Best
The stomach only partly digests the e and Justeo how much bottor you
food we cat. The procesLs is finished'I feel. Sep how quickly your sluggish
in the intestines where tho food is bowel will becomo as regular as
mixed with bile from the liver. cloc ork, how your coated tongue
It mst o painto ny ensbleer-Cie a P and your good, old-time ap
on whs be plain thisthat e p ito returns. Seo how splendidly
stomach, liver and bowels must work ou food will digest and how your
In harmony if digestive troubles no try pop and ginger' revive,
are to be avoided or overcomp e. X ou 'tke riskwatvr.o
ar'his fact also explainvrc wheo tr to no risk whatever for
sufferers from Indigestion, also Nature's Remedy (NR Tablets)
suffer more or less from head- .Is only 25c a box, enough to
aches, biliousness and constIpa- must help and bnei yaonu to
yon our entire satisfaction, or
If you are ono of the many un- money returned.
fortunate persons who cannot eat F Ive million boxes are used every
without suffering afterward,. If you Year,-ono million NR Tablets are
are constipated, bay. bilioug p~ells, taken by ailing people every day
headaches, Coated tongu,.bld eath that 's the best proof of Its merits.
variable appetite, aro nervous, losing Nature's Remedy Is the best and
energy and feel yout health slipping safest thing you can take for bilious
away, take this advice and get a box ness constipation, Indigestion and
of Nature's Remedy (NR Tablets) similar complaints. It Is sold, guar
right today and start taking It. anteed and recommended by your
Give it a trial for a. week or two druggist.
LAURENS DRUG CO.
No --EU tPE
the Sevn seas
-an t r te orld
Paybeis the day -
stilfg nar d shochool, .S.Na
yerth ve l ay..h
t come wt god Frtheifr Wo d?
theg toousal nihe freePomoio
ressn foeign imtedfo men of bra
eye-BriShv ou brae, togr n m
PayAgea ho egfin the day .Nay
vo iapyeOn o'rd betwee 17 mand3got
tl-ihtnlernng.s Traeutn statinofo
dimn on the skll, inedutryian. bfyudn'tko
. Se i wih were with ful asy.u pt atr
-Jo ith good Firs unfr ourt
The large packer represents
the most direct route possible
,from farmer to retailer.
L a r g e volume of business
makes this possible. The public
should be glad that there are
large packers for this reason if
for no other.
We buy live stock in the
stockyards in the West.
We put them through pack
We ship in lean refrigerator
We sell through 400 branch
houses located in all large con
All done at a minimum of ex
pense and a fraction of a cent
per pound profit from all sources.
And it's only because we are
big that we can give this service.
Let us send you a Swift "Dollar."
It will interest you.
Address Swift & Company,
Union Stock Yards, Chicago, 111.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
WHAT BECOMES OF
THE AVERAGE DOLLAR
SWIFT & COMPANY
FROM THE SAtE OF MEAT
AND SY PRODuCTS
85%CE N lTAIfE
12.06 CENTS FOR 1AAOR
EXPNSE AND FREIGIIT
WI T H
oo o 0 SW1FT &COMPANY