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WHEN YOU SUFFER
Alinost any man will tell you
that 'Sloan's' Liniment
For practically every man has used
.who has suffered from rheumatic
a es, soreness of muscles, stiffness of
j4snts, the results of weather exposure.
Women, too,. by the hundreds of
thousands, use it for relieviig neuritis.
latne backs, neuralgia, sick headache.
Clean, refreshing, soothing, economi
cal, quickly effective. Say "Sloan's
tionent" to your druggist. Get it
today. 35c. 70c, $1.40
hiabitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-FOS WITI PEPSIN" Is a specially
preparcd Syrup Tonic-La::tivo for Habitual
Constipation. It relieves proinptly but
should be taken reilarly for 14 to 21 days
to induco regular a(ction. It Stimulates and
Regulates Very leasant to Take. 60e
COLD OR COUGH?
Why, when Dr. King's New
Discovery so promptly
T'S natural you don't want to be
careless antd let that old cold or
cough drag on or that new attack
develop seriously. Not wh1en1 you can
get such a proved successful remedy
Us Dr. King's NewNv Discovery.
eold, cough, grippe, eroup does not
resIst this stanidrd relIever very on.
Its quality is n hIgh todhay as it al
ways has been-and ft's been growing
stendily in popularily for more than
llfty years. 60c. aindi $1.20 a bottle at
all dIruggists. Give I a it rial.
Constipated? Here's Relief
Not that ofte'n hnrimil, always vio
lent and temporary lh-lp thait conwes
from harsh pur bui'es, but the con
fortable, gratifyi:nr, 'oirretlve reguht
tion of stibborn howekl so pronounced
In Dr. Klug's New Life Piihs.
Tonie In action, they promote free
bile flow, stir up the h1"zy, thoroughly
but gently cleanse the syst ema of WaIste0
matter and fermentlng foods, and give
you keen Zest for' hard work und
hAiealthful recreation. All druggists
Cardul, the woman's ,
tonic, helped Mrs. Wil-'
liam Eversole, of Hazel
Patch, Ky. Rea-1 what
she writes: "I had a
of my b fith. I was in~
bed for wieks, unglde-t6'
get up. I jasuch a
.* and the pains *ro
very severe. A fr~ nd
to d me I had tried evty
thn 'g else, why ijm
Cardul? . .. I did, and
soon saw It was helping
me. .. After 12 bottles,
I am strong and well."
The Woman's Tonic
Do you feel weak, diz
zy, word-out? is your
frem any of the corn
plaints so commo, to
women? 'TieU why not
give Cardul a trial? It
should surety do for you
*what it as done for so
many thousands of .other
women wfio sdllercd-"-t
should help you back to
Ask some lady friend
who has taken Cardud.
She will tell you how It
helped her. Try Cardul.
Gov. Cooper GiVes Lawmakers Some
thing .to Think About.' Several
tecommendations. Authority 'and
itesponsibility for the Enforcement
of Laws tre the Two Main Things.
Columbia, Jan. i4.-Giv!ng authority
and fixing efinitely responsibility for
the executiot of laws under this nu
thority are V ie two main themes In
the annual messago of Governor
Cooper to tho general assembly.
The chief executive calls for an ex
tension of the budget law, suggesting
that its scope be made to include
counties by requiring that all county
officers and departments submit an
nual budgets in accordance with fihe
classification promulgated by the
8langting tile fiscal year froimi July
I to June :1 is uirgently recommended.
The question of rewiiting the or
ganic law of the State is stressed and
the governor expresses the hope that
the general assembly will pass the
resolution subilitting to the people the
question of ordering a constitutional
The governor would abolish the
boards of trustees of the different
penal and chariItable institutions and
tile substitution therefor of a board
to adlminlistvir the affairs of these in
The -goverinor again this ytar asks
that scholarships at State institutionis
ie abolished n(d that instead there he
Created a State loan1 fun11(d for wortily
A fill suIniairy of the recoind IIItilia
tion1s contalied in the message is as
Thev direcvot appropriationl of all1
miioIev .11d its expendturiie only undcr
approri ation litms.
AII aninal audit of all cointy ofite
s by the colipt roller01 general.
ha::~ing of thw fiaIl year so that
Fit'w l (1,11 fon t .1111yoiitl l to it11111o
Tiat ith <(t11 estion ofl calling anoi
r onil tiutional convention he refer
rold Io tho electoiate of 'e t
Thie or:titm of a board of control
of all -,1 al aid c ritable institultlns.
Tel ra'ltion of an dutcational board
wich.oul perform the(i dtitesh o of
(he ) reyuttnIt state board of cdllenti on,
:1) i addition have power to deter
Ine the eduenctional polley of the4
The craition ofi menchoofrkhi loan
That the Gevneral .\smltShould
make revision,. by honusems or, othler
ofista, for the paying of at lieast iv
ing wage to all toeheis.
Thle passa"ge of at good r-oads act.
The Abolitionl of the counlty chain1
gallt and establishment of a
Stat systemt insttead.
The ppolrionmet of 'ofotal aiountl
of State taes among the severn'
couinie according to their taxable
.\ r Of the State 11) put t all1
aS1 ) tihe( txtN tooks.
IAuthrIzation oardnral National
('raen t al the)01rd f buyig for5 the
Psauav on ifty hii ito svnty-f eme
(Abeaplicy oar he dethof tioccown
Cris10 eatio Sam bad o1 )aesr to
eo ey e .and. h. . te lae I.r.
-V. 'e. J.tan. i5.--- was tvery fairry
toha of 5ithte deattof Dok Owen
ion IAy . eatcolileftio la aond
hiast brthea his leisave wltere
W.S T.r onsIlasberaled toamily
Coui't on the 12th inst. to nurse a
ease of lmeumn-iifla.
Messia. Adam and G;eorge .Jones
have repaired outbuildings on their
Mr. Eunice Cooper is making con
siderable improvements on his place.
iMr. Phillips continues to make goodl
progress on the Dixie Higliway.
We recently met the -following
friends: Shirley Whattoy, of Cokes
buhry; Rdbert and~ IHerbert William
son and Eugene Martin, of Donalds;
IDr. C. W. Cason, of Hodges; Bob Hien
dlerson, of llranelhville; Johnnie Mc
Gee and Robert M'e~aniel, of Due
Airs. GA. W. .Jenkins and( 50ons, Wit
liam and P'~ilran Jones, after' a Iwo
weekis' stay wilth heir parents, Dru. and
Mi's. W. TI. .bines, hasi retutrned to
The deathI of P'ol iceman Mi~ledge, of
Greeniwoodi was a gr'eat shock to his
friends, lie was a splendid gentle
man and his sorely bereavcd family'
hnveoumn- tenderest symnllathy.
.PRESIDENT OF FIANCE
-Elected Clilef Executlve of Fratice. Big
Majority P'olled. Largest Sije Elec.
tionl of First P1resident. After Fall of
Verstiilles, Jan. 17.--Paul Deschanel
was citc( president of the French re
public today by 734 votes 'of the 889
members of the national assembly vot
Ing. Ills majority was the largest sluce
the election of Louis Adolphe Tiiers,
the first presient after the fall of the
eipire, who was (1108011 unanimously.
The reuilt was certain since the
caucus of yesterday at which .l. Den
chanel was chosen the candidate of the
senate and chamber of deputies com
lilsing the various p1lrties. The elec
tion took oi, besides a holiday char
acter, he tatmoshere of af latriotic
The feeling alolng tle senators and
idpIlties was that aIfte the retiremilntl.
of Clenicuccan froi the contest, to
VIoIm the paliamillilt was (isposed to
give evidence of the nation's gratitude,
it wa+ ittilig 1hat t le president I should
collie into power with a vote that
would give hit the necessary auithoir
ity !o speak illresiivevy for Perance.
The genleral sentiient is thatwhile
-\. Deschauel has not. wol the presi
dency by such outstandinpg services as
those rendered by Premier* VIemlen
cealt, Ie is a man admirably adapted
for tile position which reqcuires careta
tact, and is, above all, a safe mall.
Tile proceeding:; were forinal. giving
little o(Ocasiol for enthulisiasI. \Vhe
the vote was anlliounced however, the
'111nibers of pailia ment on t1w floor
and tlie visitors in the gallery joined in
:t glea t oiltii. ':;L of aCelam1at ion,
while forier Preiiir iiriand. wh-Io Is
"!,enet-ally .cedited willh a la e sh r
ill the electioni of . Al. I )schan l, (Ie.
.lared to ak grlt of' fiends, "i-'ran e
.\lme. De-schanel0 :an.1 her chibirn1
:aalevry and reiturnd t(o \\'is With tihe
!II.idenlt lect in a moor car.
On the r'etur1, .\l. IDeschaniel ws Cod
lowed by a lont.: cortoge ofpriae
lii ialls. 'Tie pro(&css('Mioln w':; wtcled
by th1ottsands ahmng thet route, thr1ough
the intrlk of Si. (loud and the lHois de
I'intle:A Wilo chevreil ('ach (!ar, cr1y
ing: "L-ong live )u.'hane''" and "L.ong
live the( republio!"
.\ftr balloting, L..)on lllurgeois,
president of the natio(inaul a.embw- ily. an
iioullcd ol Ile vote for .l. I)eschanl,
coiiplying; with the re1ine.-t1 o olhie's
wIlo received votes: not t) include tlhiei
inl the minties. .\I. llourgtois mad1fe
atnt a1(j(IdrI ss of congratulation to the
presiden i-elect, pledg ing h im fi h slip
11ort. of, lrance. Ile nienltionled .\l. e
cbnliel's )iblic services, parlicularly
dring t(e War ald "during- a life of
admii-able u prigtli ness :1consecrated
like yoIlr fIthers, to the clt o1 liib
'l'he vot' follows : hschauel 7;;1:
Charles Jonnlart, 66. ;(o." lemnen
caull, -)I: Leon iollrgeois, six; Chat.
.Jaeie Madoul, on111 ; scatter'inig thrii'.
and Endor~:sed by Euro
pean and Amrir Armny
Surgeons to Cht Sh~ort a
Cold andic 2Prevent Co'mli
Every Druiggist in UL. S. In
structed to R9efund Pr'ice
er If Relief Does~ Nots Comen
Withi Two M~'inutes.
Delightful Taste. Immedliato
Rolief, Quick War'm-Uph.'
Thei~ si'ns:t idol of th Ii' V(:r in i bi
drug tradie is.spi'onl , the I wo
minute ''oht :aiii cough relitever, nil
:honeilltively' guarnteed by '(' th Ile 1h'bara
t-ork's; tested, ajpproved :::id inoMl
enlthuia~lsticaull endrs.'d by th Ile hiigh
(st aunthlorities, ml proc In imod byv
t ho comonili peOPloI as I tt I imes0 11s
relwick andu ef'fec'tive asi whiiskey, r'ockl
an~d rye, or' any other1 ''ohl andit cough
amedy~V they' have ever'~ tried.
All drug stores arei nowi supp~ilied1
with the woicrrful new elixir', s)oall
y'ou haIve to do to get rid1 of that coh'
is to step into1 1the ni':erer dru'g store,
of Aspironni :iid tell himit to. srve von
two t enspoon InIIs wit.hi f'our teaspoon
fuils of water ill 0 ghtsa. Wit h voo r
watchi ill your hand, take thle d'rink
at (1ne swallow andt '1 call 'r vour mione(v
back ini two miiiute If .'vOin c~mo'.
fool yoneu col fad ingg awa l''i Iik aI dlm
fuli, fio" all drafigists inv.ite y'ou ead
exp'er: you to try it. Everyvi aidy's
\Vhe~n year coh l or' eng '''i 'is e
hieved, tako the rem11ainde ot the bottle
home11 to y ~olr wifo naa i baUbies, for
Aspir ontl i by far the nalfest and most
of'Iective., the ensiost to take and tihe
mlost nlgreenble co1( ld ad congh redudy
for infant, and children,-Adv.)
vPERA HOUSE Fri., Jan. 23
In His Fourth and Newest Million Dollar Comedy
YOU'LL SAY SO
ALSO FIVE REEL FEATURE E
V'rce . . . 15 and 25c
INCLUDING WAR TAX
7e Mdr iUJcsna
It Leas the L
The greatest single reason for the popuarity of the
five-passenger Paige "Glenbrook" is its new six-cyl
inder motor. Since this model made its appearance,
wonderful -rcports have been coming to us about its
remarkable power and economical performance.
The attainment of these much desired qualities was hv
noC) meanls the result of circumstance.
A predetermined standaird of motor building was
alone responsible fbr them.
We knew what we were striving for and we will
ingly devoted three years of ceaseless eort to the
realization of our ideal.
In the performance of the Paige "Glenbrook" has come
our reward. From what its owners say of it, we
know that we have indeed accomplished our purpose.
A single demonstration will convince you, we believe,
that it is the greatest dollar-for-dollar-value on the
American market. Won't you take that demonstration?
PA I GE- 1)EFTROT MOTOR CAR CO., DETROIT, Maicin
IRBY MOTOR COMPANY
LAURENS, S. C.
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