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Habitual Constipation Cured Sale of Fancy Articles.
in 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-FOS WITII PEPSIN" is a specially
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxativo for Habitual will hold a sale of fancy articles suit
Constipation. It relieves promptly but able for Christmas gifts In the Lau
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days rens Hotel lobby thursday, December
to induce regular action. It Stimulates and
Regulates Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
per bottle, and make an inspection.
' Was there to mtake a sketchi or (Irel's Hour 111ce a feast. F or tho
her. Luncheon wus just over, and tiny toillers there is a varied
lo was talking to a little knot of mienu, sointlies ofncera aiscuit
wom en. The first wort I heard, a. ad 1tilk, sometimes Graham Crack
Slid quietly into a nearby seat, wer, ra, Oatmeal Crackers or Lunch Bis
"National Biscuit," recalling pleas :it. This is changed on special
antly my own tasty Un eda Lunch ccasions to Old Time Sugar Cook.
Con. I liked her, and Newtons and, rarest oe
fortably as a spoke a in, ily pe , W tre re days when we had
and e ce cream and Nabisco, and those
daylight,' yere our party days.
b ' ' r is just n
b . us happily,
s all, and made us sure they
c p coming every (lay-for
t - both know we must feed
b1 .l dren, as we nust
if we would
t . , ,'.Iafter then'
ile ' ays like
no on ady to
Cli .. ill
the door of your
dining room-as close as your own kitchen-the
matchless facilities of the best and most whole
some bakeries in the world. Uneeda Biscuit
come to you as fresh and immaculate as M,
to.-r when they were taken from the oven. *r
tenl to hour
pad of p. NATIONAL BISCUiT it i
were wait Iv' -log
11our. oOPA Yr, but atlways9
"You see, even .. . 11 vays daity, al
went on, "are much like .etizintg its only National
als. They are ntost lovable ain Biscuit Product,; can be. Durin the
- st tractable after they've htfd years when mty babies were growinam
aoethting to eat. National Biscuit up we itc' r* iliised the Chil.
Inties always begin our Chil- drn' ..- Its tasty feant.
1IVEN DIDN'T ACT
0IGESTION WAS BAD
Sa 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Was Relieved
After a Few Doses of Black-Draught.
Meadorsville. Ky.-Mrs. Cynthia doses of 114wk-Draugt.
Migginbotham, of this town, says: "At seventy years of saccnsfui use has
'my age, which is 65, the liver does made 'Ihed crd's Black-Draught a
not act so well as when young. A few standard, hoi:'tel remedy. Every
yrears ago, my stomach was all out of meer th e r t a at cmn
fix. I was constipated, my Ivr give In ckeansing the system and re.
didn't act. My digestion was bad, and leviag tie troucs that cmUo frot
It took so little to upset me. My ap. constipation, Indgcaton. lazy liver,
petite was gone. I was very weak... e. You cannot koeP well unless your
I decided I would give Black- Stomach, livct and boweli are In good
Draught a thorough trial as I know it working order. Keen them that way.
was highly recommended for this Try Dlach-Draught. It acts promptly,
trouble. I began tak:ng it. I felt gently and In a natural way. If you
better after a few doses. My appetite feel sluggish, tal:o a dose tonight.
Improved and I becamo stronger. My You will fre.Ah tomcrrow. Frico
bowels acted naturally and the least 25c. a
itoublo was coon righit-a wfit a tow~a AlD irm-is~!tu
made he or' DIac-ruh
__ tandard, ho .hl reed.Evr
Rneedve Eye SeptrainckDagh a
Mghvoy lapig clens thayteanr.
sottotapiig e trublesin tha onorm
Scec consatintidheon aylvr
stdn vleomah goidversn eJarngo
oi lgt woeorkig or-der RIyothmtatwy
ti lih Tr it acht-rugt. Itdct ropty
gecols feeustle oetngt
Mello Ray lampld itht lends that
athe orye-deepwarm, sooting.d
Sndci nc h s dmoncstratdte
readding vatlue' Oil good~ tcs kesene
oail ightn ~ ab ew oters ady
la ps intif1iallyI. bu ail, c N.ffus
Ntrislk ight. at is b ares--steW.dy,
lIand, cleane - moees, drle,,s.
PlHEPAltE TO BEGIN
THE 66TIH SESSION
Leaders of Roth Parties lin Capitad for
Openiig Itegular Session of Cont
gress. Interest Centered lin Mes
sage of President.
Washington, Nov. 29.-Preparations
for convening the Sixty-Sixth con
gress in its first regular session next
Monday virtually were completed to
night with most leaders of both par
ties already here, although many
members -were delaying their return
until the last moment.
Senate and house plan to adjourn
almost imilediately Monday after no
tifying President Wilson formally of
their re-asseiblage and receiving the
usual flood of departmental estimates
'Id reports. Mr. Wilson's message,
in which interest is centered on ex
Pctedl discussion of the German peace
tre-ty and the i ::dustrleal situlation, is
eb ~a ird to be read to canh bo(ly on
(. lle15sv of the presidelit's
illnes.s., t te usuat l joint ses*sion to hear
from bhim in erson wIll not be 101(l.
The seiate i:; expected to begin
work on the Cuimins' railroad bill
An the ho'! se mo iscol lineolus bill
when the r(ession gets fully started.
ious co0oem :ittee!, will start work on
the sixteen annual appropriat ion mieas
tire'; to be enate( before .uly 1.
Whtile the iailroad leOgislation is be
fore the senate, negotiations toward
disposal of tihe G erman peace treaty
arI( ex)ectc(I to reach a head, but
with lelders o:i both siles doubtfiul of
final action bel'ore the holidays.
'Tlie program of legislation before
the Christmas vacation, expected from
about December 20 to .lanuary 5, calls
tentatively for passage by the senate
of the rallroad bill or a temporary
emergency resolution, and final ac
tion onl the oil, coal. gas and ph1o
pliate land leasing bill, the Edge for
eign financing corporation bill-both
of which are in conference-and a
fcw minor measures.
The regular session of congress
coming on the heels of a special ses
sion, bears out iany recent predic
tions that the national logislatur-c
faces virtually continuous sessIon. The
extraordinary session lasted 6 months
and many leaders extiet the regular
session to run until next October.
The new session also is the last be
tore the nexi. Inoidnt ial campagn.
Although adjournient sine (lie next
.1lne is the goal of some leaders in
preparationis for the campaign, few
expect that the legislative program
couldl be coipletel by that time.
The annual supply bills will have
right of way in the house as they
are completed. epublican Iealer
londell in a statement tonight, gave
"economy" as the -watchword of the
majority. Otiler pressing dhomnestic
maters o be dealt with inl(0de for
mulatioll of piermanelit policies for the
armzy, the navy, the merhiantI marine
an(d revision of taxes and tariffs.
Inl addition to tile German peace
treaty, tlie seiate h ias iending the
lienchi protective ircaty. Ile I'olish
treaty and1( thait with Colombia grow
inug from thle Pana ma Cansal's acietl
sit ion. Tr'uansmissioni to thle senate of
the Austrian peace treaty was ex
TH'lE PAST WE~EK
New Orleaiis, Nov. 30.--tin the face
of tinfavorable lab~or and political
necws, values were well sulstahiied ilast
weekl ini the cottoni mlarket aind clos
ing prices were at nel gains of 'II to
1 25 po( ints5. At the highest Il(vels thle
t rad inzg monthis were I59 to til~ points
up. 'iTie short in te rest was31 incl ined
to cover antd t his furniished a fairly
at eady d emiand (on severt'zal 1essionis.
Toward thle endt there was fairly goodl
buying for long accounits on the large
explorts andl mii takings for lie week,
and1( but for the strikes anmonig New
1'~ngland mills, repiorted on thle week
endi, the net gains wvold have beein
Mill taklings last week rank among
the largest on recordl, the world move
mienlt ouit of sight of American cot
ton amioinizg to 414,000 bales. 'rotal
Clearan(ces or cotton from all plorts
for foreign countries amiounited to
321,000 bales. These figures mzade a
bul1 lih iression Onl thle trade buIt
It would have been delper lbut for
I le fut her' inicrease in thle v.is ille sup
ply, which brought the total of Amuer
Ieain up to 4,120,750 bales, against
3,000,912 a year ago.
'This week the lab~or situatilon amonig
the coal mInes and anmonig New 1Eng
land mills, as wvell as the piroblems
prtesentedi by the fr'ictionl between thIs
counitr'y and 'Mexico, are boundi~ to
have miore or' less influeiice bitt the
tradle ill have motre of a mInd for
statIstIcs because the sixth gihing
period of the season endis tonlight and
the flgurles ate due otn Decemnber 8,
while on D~eceniber' II the gover'nment
will lssuo its rgutlar atnnual estImate
of the crop. Because of these piending
reports much Interest -will lie taken
In what the private crop replorting
bureaus wvill have to say. Should the
export movement contiinue large and
ahnii~i there lie signs of extenisive D~e
cember spot cominIltments to fill, at
tention would be directed to the spot
department, where holders seem as
firm as ever.
STRIKE IN KANSAS
Kansas City, -Nov. 29.-Fifteen hun
dred yardlmen and trainmen t of the
Kansas City terminal and railroads
entering the city went on strike late
today, early reports tonight indicated.
Day crews left their work at 4 o'clock
this afternoon anld night crews coin
ing oi at that hour did not go to work.
iileads of railroads centering in
Kansas City tonight addressed tele
g'ais to the governors of M issouri
and of Kansas asking them to appeal
to the federal government to supply
i roojsm to iii re o'eration of trains
during the strike.
All switchmen employed by the
Ran.s 'it' Southern, the Chicago
and Alton. the -Wahash, the 'Missouri
Pacific and tile .issouri. Kania and
TexatS, an11d some of tle crews of the
Sante Fe were reported on strike.
The 8trike was niot aithorized by
nationl iffier of thle i i trohrhiooi
of linilway Traiinmenl, according to a
tele'gam rt:eived froi W. G. LIee, Ina
tional prei:deii, by William Corbett,
federal railroad representative here.
The s, rike vote 'was taken last night
without any (emlands having been
presented to the railroads. II. A. Car
roll, general chairmaln of Ile brother
hood for the Kansas City Southern,
declared today that. his efforts to ire
vent the walkout had been in vain.
He asserted that lie attended- the
meeting list night, but as it was secret
lie could not make public the pro
A mass meeting of citizens to con
sider steps to be taken becauise of the
coal shortage, made more critical by
a strike of railroad switchmen here
late today, was called for tomorrow
morning following a conference this
afternoon of the mayors of Kansas
City, Mo., and Kansas City, Kans., to
gether with business nd industrial
men of the city.
A suggestion to close down all in
dustrial plants, stoi'cs and office build
ings Monday, Tuesday and W'ednes
(lay of next week will be considered
at the Ineeting tomorrow.
I developed at' tht conference to
(lay that only ten carloads of coal
have been placed on the unloading
tracks and the strike of switchmen
makes it doubtful if the several hun
dred carloads in reserve can be shift
e ,Io as to be available.
William Volker, speaking for the
Kansas City, Mo., school board, of
fered to the fuel administratlon the
650 tons of coal in the school reserves
and it will be sold under the direction
of tihe fuel administration.
Colder 'weather was pIreediteid for
tonight and it was believed much suf
fering would follow.
Statement of the Conlition of the
LocaIted at. Lauirens, S. ('., at thme close
of busIness November 17, it919.
L~oans and Discounts . .$284,.75i.63
hhonds and .Stocks Owned
by the Hank. .. . ... . :4,000
Furiturue and Fix turaes . . :,4.00~o
Bank ing hlouse. . . ... . 1 ,550.00
D~ue from flanks and flank
em's ..............,.. 118,842.03
('urr'tenicy .. .... .. .... 1 7,989.00
Silver and Other' C'oin .. . . 207.86t
('hecks and~ Cash items . . 1,383.10
Other ilesourtces, v'iz.:
WarLI Savings Stamps . . S-i 100
C'apital Stock Paid in . . . .$ 50,000.00
Surp'tlu's Fun d . .. .. . .. 25,000.00
individed Profits, less Curii
r'e'nt l~xpenises and Ta*xe's
Dilvidenids lIntpaId .. ........80.00
Inividutal D~eposits, Subject
to Check .. ... $200,4i12.46t
Savings D~eposits 77,072.91
Timo Certificates of D~e
tiosit . . . . . t10, 128.91
C1ashler's Checks 1,691.55 388,3105.86
TJotal .. .......... ..$79,69.53
State of South Carolina,
County of Laur'ens.
Before tme camne L. G. Halle, Cash
let' of the above namedl bank, whlo, be0
lag duily swotn, says that thle above'
and foregoing statement is a trite con
dition of sid hank, as shown by lie
boo0ks of saidi ban11k.
Swotn Io and suibscribed0( be fore tie(
this 26th (lay of Novetmber, 1919.
Correct Attest: 11. 1H. Ter'ry, W. D).
Ferguson, IL. 10. htrns, Directors.
Grand Prize ede
Write for Catatoqge
?HE REMIGTON ARMb UMA.CO. iNC
WO0LR,0Ymt i600 NIw Vomt Orv
if he's an ordinary extra large -
"Shubert" Wants clA7OLN Furs'
ALL YOU CAN SI-lIP
And Will Pay These Extremely High iPrices
GET A SHIPMENT OFF-TODAY
1Nol?1R1 GI N01P IAG MFI)IIAI N9l SMALL N
ERA CC O ONUA~jehA0VK.,L
toT C C 0OW to CC XCATAVOAC.Sh '
Black 15.00 to 12.00 12.00 to 9.00 8.00 to 7.00 6.50 to 5.50 6.50 vo 4.00
Heavy Furred 10.00 to 8.50 8.00 to 7.00 6.50 to 5.50 4.50 to 4.00 4.50 to 3.00
Ordinary 8.00 to 7.00 6.50 to 5.50 4.75 to 3.75 3.50 to 3.00 3.50 to 2.50
M IN K.
Fine, Dark 15.00 to 12.00 11.00 to 9.00 8.50 to 7.00 6.00 to 5.25 6.00 to 4.00
Usual Color 11.00to 9.00 8.50to 7.00 6.50 to 5.25 5.00 to 4.00 5.00 to 3.00
Pale 8.50 to 7.00 6.75 to 5.75 5.00 to 4.00 13.50 to 3.00 3.50 to 2.50
Winter 4.00 to 3.50 3.25 to 2.75 2.50 to 2.10 1.85 to 1.60| 1.75 to 1.25
Fall 3.00 to 2.75 2.50to 2.25 2.00 to 1.60 1.50 to 1.25 4j 1.50to 1.00
These extremely high prices are based on the well-known "SHUBEIRT'
liberal grading and are quoted for immediate shipment. No. 3, No. 4,
and otherwise inferior skins at highest market value. For quotations on
other South Carolina Furs, write for "Mb1e Obnbert 9bbfpptr.' tine only re
liable and accurate market report and price list of its kind published.
It's FREE- Write for it.
A shviment to "SHUBERT" will
result In "more money"-"quicker."
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TUBERCULOSIS kills every fourth person who dies
between the ages of 20 and 50. It makes more
than 1,000,000 persons seriously ill each year. It wipes
out the country's prloducrs-the nation's greatest as9set.
TUBERCULOSIS (CAN BE CURED
?Everyone must know It.
The whole nation must realize it.
RED CROSS SEALS WILI,
TELL THE STORY
Don't pass a Red Cross Christmas Seal Booth with.
out buying-encourage those who are selling,
Use Red Cross Christmas Seas
Each Seai Is a Penny's Worth of Cure and Preventiont.