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Former Secretary of Treasury Itepi les
to Qnestionnalre of Farmers' Un
on. Probatioiary Operation of Hail.
Washington, April 25.-Replying as
''a private citizen" to the qluestionnaire
Issued to all candidates for presiden
tial nominations by the National Board
of Farm Organizations, former Secre
tary MeAdoo tonight outlined his posi
tion on various J)osition being agitat
ed in the pre-convention campaign.
Present tax laws, Mr. McAdoo de
clared, should be simplifled and the
burden of taxation "redistributed so
that the men who earn their incomes
by the sweat of their brows and with
their brains shall not be required to
pay a sheavy taxes as those who live
in idleness and draw incomes from
"A distinction should be made," said
he, "between earned and unearned
income." 1Ie declared himself op
posed o all tax free bonds.
M M W" I R
-itiout nuesticrif Hunt's Sulve
fails o 'ie tf c:i'.r nt cf E ertra
D n t becorne (iior e t h d.e
ca:'e other te1nti n.s fnled
Hun t 's S-live has re ieved hun.
dred I of such c t Y You can't
1'>!e on our Money Back
Guar antece. Tr y it at our risk
TODAY Price 75c at
Laur'ns I rug Co., Laurens, S. C.
If after a two year (perlod of pri
vat cownership, the railroads failed
to function -properly, 31r. McAdoo
said, he would favor re-opening the
railroad question. [He declared for a
"fair trial" of the new railroad law -but
declared it "cannot settle the railroad
problem because it does not reach
'Mr. LMcAdoo declared, himself for
broader publicity for operations of
the farm loan system; foe means to
bring producers and consumers closer
for representation of agriculture on
boards and commissions "when con
sistent with public welfare"; for a
secretary of agriculture who "under
utands actual farm conditions"; for
reduction of farm tendency, for the
same service and supplies for farm
ers organizations in interstate com
merce as apply to private enterprises
in the same circumstances; for reg
ulation of monopolistic control of cor
oorot ions in interstate commerce and
as "absolutely opposed of crorations
in interstate commerce and an "abso
lutely opposed to any abridgement of
the right of free speech, free press or
"I regard with concern," said Ir.
McAdoo, "the tendency to restrict or
imlpair thtoso great constitutional
guarantees upon which rest the founl
Idations and perpetuity of Democratic
M1r. McAdoo's answer was given in
a letter to C. A. Lyman, secretary of
the National Board of Farm Organiza
LIVER DIDN'T ACT
DIGESTION WAS BAD
Says 65 year Old Kentucky L y, Who Tells How She Was Relieved
After a Few/ oses of Black-Draught.
Ideadoroville. ry.--Mrs. Cynthia j doses of Black-Draught."
Mgginbotham, of this town, says: "At Seventy years of successful use has
my age, which Is 65, the liver does mado Thedford's Black-Draught a
not act so well as when young. A few standard, household remedy. Every
member, of every family, at times,
years ago, my stomach was all out of need the hlip that Black-Draugit can
r. I was constipated, my liver give in cIeanISing tho system and re
didn't act. My digest'on was bad, and lioving the trotbles that come from
it took so little to upset me. My up- constlpatltn, ],,ly liver,
petite was gone. I was very weak... etc. Y011 nnot LCeP well UnICS3 your
I decided I would, give ac:-toniach, vcr and bowel are In good
Draught a thorough tr!al as I knew it worhLng order. them that way.
was highly recommended for this Try It acts promptly,
trouble. I began tak'ng it. I felt gently and in i natural way. If you
bettor after a few doses. My appotito feel slugh, tahe a dose tonight.
improved and I becamo stronger. My You will feA fresh tomorrow. Price
bowels acted naturally and the lc ivt ina pachae-oube cent a dosu
a consont patond witid ton --av All::y lver,
Gthbeot and owel ar ng
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JONES NEWS. *
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Jones, April 24.'-Our 'Dixie Highway
is in splendid condition, but unless of
ficers of the law put a stop to spee1
Ing the road Nill be ruined.
Dr. J. IB. Workman Is operating a
,We extend a cordial welcome to Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse Stansell, who have
Mr. Youngblood, who is In charge
of the dry goods department of the
'Ware Shoals Company store, has only
missed 1 1-2 days from his business in
All of our people sympathize with
MIr. Jack Elliott in the reocent loss of
his aged mother.
Mr. John Gaines, an inmate of the
Old Soldiers Iome, of 'Columbia, is
visiting relatives and friends In this
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Calvert recent
ly visited Greenwood.
Rasor's Bridge is in good condition
and it is a great convenience to the
In a recent game of baseball be
tween .Ware Shoals and Hlonea Path,
the score was 9 to 1 in favor of Ware
Horn on 18th inst unto Mr. and
Mrs. Preston McCarter, a daughter.
Oul r efficient supervisor, Thos.
iiHodges, 'was around eesterday in
specting the roads and bridges.
Capt. J. 11. illumbert, of Princeton,
stored a large lot of cotton at Ware
Shoals last year and Is waiting to
get 50 cents per lb. Ills friends will
he pleased to learn that his health Is
,rite fariers are exceedingly btusy
and if tle weatler continues pretty
they will soon be ready to begin plant
In the death of Mr. A.,berry Davis
of Greenwood we lost one of our best
friends and his bereaved family have
Wo recently met the following
1iens: W. II. i'itts. of lPriendslip;
Allen Sullivanl, of Spartanburg; Elit
1.1itmore and sotn, U'lysses, of \ater
loo; Neel Kiinight, of Ilickory Tavern:
Ilyde Smith, of Greenwood; Dr. Donl
1)161. of lloyds Mill: Enoch Ilayes., of
'o keslbury; \Vi. Iidg'way, of Prine
ton;: P-. 1. liolanid. of .\t. Olive. anld
. Mas. \onday, of Ilodges.
W ait' in1d'lhed to I)rs. W. Towne
.lo1ne's and .1. It. Wormiliani, for kild
Hasors Riridge ro:d Is in exelent
conldition and it is a1 great convenl
iive 1o the( travelling puiblic.
.\s. .l'rrv C. .arti n, of .\t. (;al Ila
her, 'alled oil N is. Ii. W. T. .lon
\\l\ss *. a(r, Gorer andl .'( A
.1lone vs and it( oIem11a n KoyleIs ar." w%
vn In I io y i n I tIwir f,im
!Y N( -I 1' 1.1(1: 111\
iih I an teseniled coniei fr'om
\\i:*(outy jatii was h'a'lim for .\'
ho' mtai c arriier. whIo wasi wei kn~iowni
th ront:hout1 that sto. ('O. towd..n is
pr'obably throtugh his dea1fness antd the
(Iflife)r f ired. Thel auitomobile' in n~ hieh
thet mail earrie'r was riing was
W\h'n :'owdent was taken fromt :under'
neathi the ('Ir he i was found to hav'e
tw ba i)!Ilet htoles in the hack (of his
Af'et and0 WVells wer'e guarded by a
eh tail off special ofict'rs' in) the hottel
ho.bly today whlile a hunge mob surged
in thle itre'(ets. Anm appeal adIdressed to
t he t'rowd by (Co monwea l'th's 'At
t ornte:y .\ietork l(. dIis per'sed t hem a f
w.oulId be lprosecutted. A fteri a pre
Imin a ry hearing the two omfeers were'
releas9ed on bond1( of $5,000 each!.
Xfinie ('onvention .to lbe lIIold ini Orenu.
I ilte on- May 1, 5 and1 6..
Spa rtalnburtg, April 26.-Infter'est In
creases andl enthusiasm gr'own a.'u the
Sunday School workers 1all over the
-State plan to attend the State Sumnday
School Convention, In (Greenville,.\lmay
4, 5, 6, Delegates are e'x!ectedt from
all of the forty-slxe ounties In the
state, including pastors, superIntend
ents, other executive ome~ers, teachet it,
clans o cers, andl interestedl pupils
fr'om all the protestant d(enomilnat ions.
In 'fact everybody is invited, as thIs
will* ha the aetnst onnport...it. In
learn more of Religious Education
that has ever been offered in this state
All delegates will be met at the
train b y the reception committee and
carried to the First Bamptist Church,
where they will register and ,be as
signed homes at reasonable rates. Vir,
F, E. Schroeder is chairman of thilE
The usual registration fee of $1.00
will be required of all delegates. Af
ter registering they wiil receive the
"delegate's package" and will be ad
mitted to the convention by theit
badge. R. E. Holroyd will have charge
of the registration.
The first session of the conventiou
will begin promptly at 10:15 on Tues
day morning with a period of worship
and song, followed immediately by a
discussion of the Convention Keyword,
"Forward," by Rev. A. E. Driggers. All
the delegates will want to hear this,
and are urged to arrive in time.
Be Master of Difficulties.
Grapple the first , difliculty that
comes up. Wrestle till you down it,
if .it takes till break of day. Get on
top of it with both feet.-Arelier
is Completely was d- out of the system b
the celebrated Sh ar Mineral Water. Pos
ilively guaranteed by money-back offer
lastes fine; costs a trifle. Delivered any
where by our Laurens Agents, J. C. Shel
& Co. Phole them.
W. G. Wilson and Co. have opened
for Spring and Summer wear complete
lines in every department.
SILKS in the best weaves.
VOILES of the latest creation.
A full line of Hosiery, Table Dam
asks, Doilies and Towels. A full stock
of Dress Ginghams and Apron Checks,
Ladies' Neckwear and a full line of
W. G. Wilson & Co.
A narne that means style
N o other name in the clothing world means
style so spontaneously as Society Brand.
Not only are they authoritative in style but
proportioned to fit all types of men without
tedious measurings and fittings.
FOR YOUNG MEN AND MEN WHO STAY YOUNG
They express alertness and are made to retain
their stylish lines until the very fabric wears
out. Always all-wool.
"A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE"