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BEST FOR HOME SHINES-SAVE THE LEATHER
THE BIG VALUE PACKAGES
PASTES AND LIQUIDS For Black, Tn, Ox Blood. Dark Brown
THE F. F. DALLEY CORPORATIONS LTD.. BUFPALO. N. Y.
The cost of operating a car and the prices of
everything having advanced so materially, together
with the fact that my farm requires my personal
attention every day, has forced me to advance the
price of my surveying.
Hereafter all surveying will be taken at the rate
of $25.00 pe.: day or fraction of a day.
I thank the people of Laurens County for their
appreciation of first-class work.
B. R. T. TODD,
Make More Money
UI.R be'ore, in the history of the country, have farm pro
(ucts breuight such high prices. And the successful farmer
will real) the beneflt in bigger profits! Naturally the larg
er the Crop, the greater wIll your profit be; hence it Is essential
that you make each acre of land produce ititmost. Vor prize cot
ton, corn, truck --tise Planter.' V ertilizer. 90 to 95 i1tshels of corn
I to 2 bales of coton per ac ar1e records established through use
of this repu tabl Fertilizer on , out herit farms.
DOURS0 YOUR YIELD
For many years Planters Fertilizert has Iee:. the preference of the
Soulth s most - cessful farmer-, he('ause it has made it ,possible to
laroduco bigger,. ietter crops. Mlake every aere count this year-GET
If-SlILTS 'TiiAI WII ai4A YOt'. Consult our Agent for Free
Advice, Information and Prices -()I write us direct-TODAY. It
means dollars to you.
Planters Fertilizer & Phosphate Co.
Charleston, - - - South Carolina
Sale of Surplus Government Goods
Ai. ny regil Iation I'(ast ('ollar Iarness, selected pri me packert steet'
IIide.s Used in production of this harness. hides tanned under Government
.j-c0i ations. 25 lbs. of' henlds ai $1. p4-r pound used to prod eit t a single
Set of this harniess-which is nearIy the price of the har'Li ess complete as now
offered you. 'This harness was adapted for hauling heavy artillery into ae
t1oni 0n the itttlefield. Every operation In the making of this harness was
li Idly insle'ted and passed stvere Government tests. BlEAST COLLAft
IARN ESS is a standard harness, used for all purposes in European countries.
'1here is, r'o1gh1ly, four times the pushing surface in tills collar than in the
"ound collar. YOU ARE TAKING NO CilANCES-IT STOOD TRE TE9ST'.
Place your. order immediately before the stock runs out. SING wi4N WJIEI
S, $17.! Ioule Wheel Sets, $9.00; SINGLE LEAi) SE'S, $37.40; Don
Wie Lead Sets, $70.04).
U .S. Army leather open bridles, cool, serviceable condition . $8.75
U. S. Army web halters, adjustable, riveted at rings, double unde' chin,
throat latch and check pieces, ent-h .... ... ....... ...... T7e
U. S. Army wool suits, complete with coat, breeches ani leggings, good
condition, dyed dark blue, very special urice per suit .... ....$8.45
U. S. Army wool overcoats, velvet collar, good condition ...$........$9.95
U. S. Army hats; have been reblocked, good condition ..............
U7. S. Army raincoats, good, serviceable condition ........... ...... $3.60
U. S. Army wool shirts, In good condition, repaired, olive drab, grade
A, $2.95; grade B, $2.50; grade C, $1.9,
1U. S. Army olive drab wool blankets, perfect condition. Clean and sani
tary, weight 5 lbs. Order three ol four as they will be scarce this
winter .... .... ............ .... .... .......
IT. S. Army commercial grey blankets, g od co dition .... .... .... ....$0
U. S. Army regulation comforts, olive dr b a d floral designs; good, ser
viceable condition, full size; renovat .... ..................$2.96
U. S. Army heaters "Cole" Blast No. 1514, nickel trimmed, 36 Inces high,
16 ""hes inside. An excellent stove; good condition .... .... ..$18.50
IU. S. 1 )y heaters, 'LONE STAR No. 5, 36 inches high, 16 inches inside $16.60
U. S. Army heaters, BIG SEPAIN No. 32, 34 Inches high, 32 inches inlide,
In good serviceable condition. Burns 'wood or coal .... ..,. ....$15.00
Pocket knives, $1.50, $1.75, $1.85, $2.25. U. S. Army knives, 5e, each, 26e
for six; 50e per dozen. U. S. Army forks, 10e each, 50c for six, 75e per doz.
U. S. Army dessert spoons, 5e each, 50c per dozen. 1U. S. Army wool under
wear, clean and sanitary, good condition, better order a few pairs, 95e por
garment, $1.85 per stilt. U. S. Army cotton breeches, clean, good condition,
heavy material, per pair $1.25.
WR4ITE1 FORL CATALOG. TIOItMS: Cash with order. Reforen'ce: Any
bAnk in Greenville. fIncltde postage when order'ing goods sent by parcel
post. YOUR .IONEY BACK IF NOT SA'NSFID,.
BRADLEY BONDED WAREHOUSE CO.,
OREENVILLE, S. C.
Remember--The enormous huying power of the Government enables us to
offer you such low priceson our goods.
IN TREATY MOVE
Agreement May Yet be Reached in I
Senate. Lenders have Hopes. I
Washington, Jan. 22.-Progress to
ward complete agreement on compro
mise reservations to the peace treaty,
first reported yesterday, was continued
today by the bi-partisan committee of
senate leaders. . (
The Lodge reservation to Article 10
of the league of nations covenant, the t
pivotal reservation of the whole con
troversy, was considered almost ex
clusively at today's session of the four
Itepublican and live Democratic lead
ers and tonight spokesmen for both
factions joined in expressions hopeful -
of ultimate settlement. One of the
Democratic leaders saidi he looked for
decisive action tomorrow on the con
troverted reservation but that con
ferences on other reservations prob
ably iwould continue into next week.
In view of the optimistic reports
from both sides mild reservationists
and other senators who have been res
tive over the situation stated today
that nothing would be done to Inter
rere with the leaders' negotiations un
tiI some definite outcome was evident.
.any propositions for Change iI thp
rAodge reservation in Article 10 of tile
league text were considered today by
the bi-partisan committee. Nothing
in tle nature of an ultimatum was
Iut forth 1y either side it was stated,
aid] tile negotiations will be continued t
It another meeting tomorrow.
In the meantime leaders of both
'ides will disekus1s thie colmpromise sug
gestions with members of their Party
with a viow to obtaining approval of
changes made. That there may be
some diffilculty along tills line 'was in
dicated in a statement tonight by
Senator Frelinehuysen, Republican, t
New Jersey, that he would not be
bound to accept ally comproluise tile
bi-partisan conference may evolve.
31AKE HIm PiiOFIITS
Chairman of Federal 'l'rade Conmils.
slon Gives Fligures for Two Years.
LNewark, N. J., Jan. 22.-The high
cost of living since 1915 has been due
largely to tle flive great maicking COn
cerns, whose profits from 1915 to 1917,
liclulsive, were iore than $192,000,000
as compared with $59,000,000 for tile
three years preecding, William l.
Colver, chairman of the federal trade
commission, declared in al address
read by Robert It. Kane, of coinsel
for tle commission, before the Atlan
tic Coast conterence of tIle National
Consumers' league here today. N\Mr.
Colver was unable to attend.
"lhilding up huge siirplluises out of
tindite proflis," mir. Colver's statement
said, "these concerns solight invest
men01ts In unrelated lines."
"Our own reckless extravagance has
been an 1'X('eedn1 I ug important factor in
tle (reatiol of the false price stirule
title ill ottur cost of living," the state
tm,(.,nt (ontin tied. "In 1!919 there was
insan e specullatilig. 111111dreds and
hiiundrtedsl of iion bs of dolIlrs hav'.e
bietn sq ua ndered.
"Th'le excess troflIs tax is a nothe1r
hlthd y prices. It incturs extrlava
gane' (of opera'ltionl and~ carelessness
ini business mlanabgieent. Anly ex('use
for the excess profits tax, if (1ne ex
ist ed, has(11 disppearedl. (
.\ r'presettat ive of Sw ift k Vom
!m::1y of ('hicago later read a telegram
from .\lrt. Swift in 'whih hle (deniiedi that
the tiackeris hiad bieen r'esponsibl e for
increasing Ithe cost of livinig and de
elaled that ..\'. C'olver's statement
showed "'anothe1r (disregarid of fact s."'
It wasa assert ed Ithat thlie priice of meat
had r'ii only .Mt per ('ent sinice 19113,
whliile thie ave rage food I increases hadl
bieen 103: per' cent.
iIotWII 4414'V'Ie Inu .t getiIs 'ound tinli Ntew ,
Vo(rk. Iloob Sitloon11 ('4Ipers.
New~ York, .Jan. 22. -An orgaiziied
band1( of fraudulent 1(1"'revenuliter agenit s,'"
who are qlcged Ito have' woriked under
the direction of a few diishionlet agents
of the revenue deprtmentt 111, anld whieli
has viletimiz led more thlan I Ot New
York saloon1 k eeers, htad beenli unc~ov
was annotucd tonight lby .iamies .1.
tGuigleyv, aussistant supier'visinig federal
prohibit ion agent. \Mr. (Guigley de
claredt4( that th lea1ders of thle city wide(1
swindle c'an not e'scape~. Thei( aumounts
collected by the "algenlts," it was saidl,
var'ied from $1 to $500, and( ill sevetral
inistances lar'ge qulantitlecs of 1liquor1
w~ere coni encted( by the imipostor1s.
to Mrit. (uilgley, wer'e carefutlly selected
by Itle genuinlie revenue agents, a qu ial
lilcation being the ability to itse fire
armtus in thie event of a trlap. TPhe I ml
tation biadge showti by the swindlers
whleni tho~y dliscovered a 44a1oon keepert'
ciolatinog the law, in variably br'ought
'esuilIs, lie add(ed(, and little argumnenit I
wyas r'equired0 to obtain piaymenit from
lie fr'ighitenedl liqiuor dealers, In One i
notance, lie said, the self applointed1 4
'agents" visitedl a saloon with wvomnen
~ompanions and after' tr'apping tile
1''lerinr rnmnnrin, whisy na wn11
ts money. Then they adjourned to a
:'eqr room to celebrate,
California wine and Kentucky whis
cey are rolling Into No 'wYork at the
*ate of four car loads daily, Mr. Quig
ey asserted. The twine Is valued at
.300 a.barrel and 150 barrels come in
!ach car load. The owners of the Ii
luor have permits placing it In bond
or sale to druggists or manufacturers.
'he shipments were held up by car
ahortage, lie said, or were delayed in
rangit until too late to be put aboard
lijp for export.
SHOW GOOD HEALTH
1111 Would .lequire Teachers to be In.
spected for T. B. and Other Diseases.
Columbia, Jan. 23.--Teachers In pub
Ic schools will be inspected for tuber
milosis and other infectious diseases
f a bill which was sent to the third
'eading in the house today.becomes a
aw. The bill would require a health
!ertillcate from all teachers and -would
)rolibit from teaching those who fail
o provide such certificates from a
icalib physician or other reputable
)hysicians. Violation is punishable by
flue of not more than $50.00 or not
inoie than 310 days Iimprisonment.
The house has a bill taxing all (logs
mne dollar and twenty five cents each.
Lhe bill is by )r. Barnwell of Charles
on and requires that owners shall put
L collar on the dog and the license tax
hereon. Failure to retiuin a (log is
>uishable by a fine of not less than
10 nor more than $100. One half of
he money is to go to the person r'e
>orting the said failure to return the
log. The money goes into the school
un1d. The direct vote on the bill was
'0 for and 20 against.
An unfavorable report was made
his morning by committee on educa
ion on the bill proposing to amend
he law which forbids the organizing
)f Greek fraternities at state institu
ions in South Carolina.
A favorable report was made on the
ill proposing to allow $3.00 per day
ind live cents mileage each way for
riii'y dity instead of two dollars per
lay as now obtained.
Tle house adjourned at two o'clock
his afternoon until next Monday night
ind the senate until next Tuesday at
I01t'iTI' E l'lAIlAMBEIS
SAID TO BE IN USE
Hirector of Civil Liberties Bureau
Will Place Matter Before Seeretary
New York, Jana. 22.-Cliarges that
Lron tortutiir chambers have been in
Ltodue-ed by Col. it. 1). .1lohnson, exectu
live oflleer at Alcatrtaz Island, San
itlanielsco, in w'hie ( o11nscientious ob
lecto's of the '"ab-solitist" type um
prison(ed on tle island arev placed, were
,oitain ed inl a statena-nt issucd 4 here
oniglit by tlie NationIal Civil ,1ber'ties'
baeaua. Alber't De Silver, diraector' of
Ite bureauT, has left for \\'ashingtont,
it was stated, to place tIe ma tter' be
roie Seciet ar1y llaklei.
Rober t Simmontos, wh io is ser'vinlg tent
ear s 1 a conscienttiouis obijectOr, af
.er beinug keplt ini solitary conf intemient,
las been'' "t'ainsferried to tih' latest
or'tuin 'ig d1evice Iu~ which lhe is at Ipres
'ant kept'", the stat ement Idecl ared. ''ile
5tis unable to sit diown', lie dlown' or' fully
stand; it is prtactically3 an ir on satraight
lacket into which the prtisoanet' is
"The dlimnensions of th Is tor'tutre
shamberii arte six feet high, 2:3 inches
ni length, and onte foot brtoad. It is
ib~solutely (dark inside, the only air oh
a Inable beintg fr'oim the top) of the
'"PThis cage is so maade that it fIts
nto the eellis of thte prtison. Wh'ien the
w(il Idoora is closed, It formas thle four t h
ide of th Iteage.''
The statement said t hat four a of these
ron cages wei'e manatured ini thie
>rilsont mtachI no shot, by3 orer tloiS)f ('olo
BEAUTY IN HAIR
Girls! A mass of long,
thick, gleamy tresses
Lt"Danderine" save your hair and
louble tsbeauty. Yoil can have lots
flong, thick, strong, itustrouts hair,
)on't let it stay lifeless, thin, scrag
Cly or fading. Ilring back its color,
'igor and vitality.,
Get a 35-cent bottle of delighftul
'Dan derine" at any druig or toilet
ounty to freshen your scalp; check?
lanudriuff and, falling hair'. Your hair
teeds this stimulating tonic, then its
ife, color, 'brightness and abundanceI
ANOTHER "BLOW OUT"
which might have been provented If
'we had been taking care of your tires:
All vulcanizing done by us Is done'
conscientiously. We make the' re
jpaired tire stronger in the repaired
place than it was before. If you have
us repair your tires you will greatly
reduce your tire trouble and tire ex
Mc)ANIEL VULCANIZING PLANT
At Wilson-Overland Co.
ALla WOR KGUARANTIDIDD.
Start the New Year Right
By Protecting Your Family and Property Against
Loss by Death or Accident
In-ure in the Old Reliable
Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Co.
of Greensboro, N. C.
They Protect You Against Loss and Accident.
Call and Let Me Explain Our Double Benefit and
Disability Policies. They Protect You.
W. T. MOORE, Agent
At Posey's Drug Store Laurens, S. C.
OWN YOUR OWN HOME
BUILD IT THE
We c'an furnish you Quick-Built Buigalows manufac.
tured by the A. Cv. Tuxbury LumberI Co., of Charleston. These
Buiigalows are neat, attractive and subst ant ially built out of
No. 1 material. Place yolir order now and we eNnI ship in
about two weeks. You can have this house erected in aloult
ten lays and he living in your own lonie in less than one
Ask for one of our Cat alogues and prices and Seleet the
Imoln e y0o1 wa n t.
T C. OWINGS
Thursday, Jan. 29th.
"Love You? Never!"
HE rased her hand in horror love at frst sight-or If you can
and called to the others for really control your own fate. See
help-"Protect me from this "DESTINY"thrill through its
monsterI" What had he done, this romance and drama and know.
big man of Wall Street? The man
who held the country in the hollow
of his hand? You'll know when
you see this tremendous drama of
modern life, featuring the Star of
"The Heart of Humanity." And
you'll know then if you believe In
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