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The Cause Is in the Systein, Not on tle
Surface. A Good Stimulait iielpE
Bollus, Ulcers, infected skin and
inuscle swellings are all akin. Drive
away the boll and it comes again in
another place. (Dry up the ulcers and
heal the infectgd places and they
proiptly return. 'Reduce the swell
Ing and it will re-appear. The trouble
is in ther blood. implanted in the sys
External treatments are only tempo
rarily successful. Nothing short of a
good tonic will suffice.
SarDraS, an excellent compound of
inedicinal herbs aiid roots, an excel
lent intestinal stimulant will attack
the seat of the trouble.
.It cleanses the system and blood and
drives away imipurities. It cleanses
the stomach, liver -and kidneys and na
true does the rest. Common laxatives
only leave you in worse shape than be
fore. A tablespoonful taken before
each meal will tone up the system and
make a new person of you. Contains
no alcohol. Try it awhile. All deal
ers and jobbers.
Grove's Tateless chill Tonic
restores vitality and energy by purifying and on.
riehing the blood. You can soon feel its Strenith
enig, Invigorating Effect. Price 60.
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF
The State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
B. J. Madden. Plaintiff
Hattie Boyd, alias Hattie Boyd 1lamp
To the defendant above named:
You are hereby Summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in this
action of which a copy is hercewith
served upon you, and to scrve a copy
of your answer to said complaint on
the subscribers at their office at Lai
ens, South Carolina within twenty
days after the service hereof; exclu
sive of the day of such service; and
it you fail to answer the complaint
within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff
In ths action wil apply to the Court
,for the relef demanded in the con
The complaint herein was filed in
the office of the Clerk of this Court at
Laurens, South Carolina, on the 8th
day of Oetober, 1920, and is now on
Dated October 8, A. D. 1920.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
if You Are Pale aid Weak, Without
Ambition, You Needy Tonic
TitY TAKINU PEPTO-MAN(OAN
11ich, IM41 Blood Fights Off Diseaise
, and Keeps You Well and Eanbles
You to Work With Pleasure
Seriou. Mckness often comes when
you len . .:pect. You may feel a little
oV ert i'M &d. Y'.u haven't been exposed
- to contagion, yet all of a sudden You
are on your back and in for a
siege of sicknss.
You; blood did not have fighting
Oualitic-. It was weak and thin. Your
vitality and powers of resistance were
Whn you overdo you use up energy.
Your '>.Mod is driveni to (10 more rlpian
it. een it becomes clogged with waste.
The w;;'te acts like Ipoison. isease
inmo atv in your blood( and dominate.
Don't !1. yourself get run down. Take
that goodl tonic, Pepto-.\angan. it
makes ich. red blood that wvill resist
nad rout disea.;e germs
Pepto~ -Mangan is widely and heartily
endlorsedl by physicians. It is effective
andl easy to take Comes in either
(iquld or' tablet form. 13oth have the
Sold at any (hng store. But beC sure
you get the genine Pepto-.\langan
"Gutde'".'' A k for it by t he name and
ho i:" th'. fu name, "'Gude'e Pepto
.\tr:; . is on the package. -
AND THE RLU
Pirst Step in Treatment Is a Briskc
Purgative With Calotabs, the
Purified andc Refined Calomel
Tablets that areo Nausea
less, Safo and Sur3.
Doetors ha' o found by (xpeorienco
that no moeicne for colds andl influ
enza een be1) d< pended u pon for fuli ef
fectiveness until the liver is made thor
oughly active. That is why the first
step in tho tren tment is the no w, nausea
less colomel tablets called Calotabs,
which are free from tho sickening and
weakening ef~ets of tho old stylo calo
miel. D)octors also point out the fact
thant an active liver miay go a long wvay
towards preventing influeniza and Is one
of the umost important fa-trsq in en
nbling the patient to successfully with
stand an attack and ward off pneu.
Ono ('alotab on the tono at bed1
Itine withI a swallow of water-that 's
ail. No satts, no( nausea nor the slight
est interforence with your ent-ig, pleas
ure or vwork. Next uiorning your cold
has vanished, your liver is active, your
r'ystem is purified, and you are feeling
fine, with a hearty appetite for brealfr
* fast. Druggists sell Calot abs only i
original sealed packages, >rice thirty.
fIve cents. Your money wil be cheer
fully refunded If you do not find them
- lnlihtui-( A av
Department of Justice Carries on.
Statement by Scott. Regardless of
Dissolution Monday of Fair Price
Organizations of Governmient De.
Washington, Oct. 30.--The depart
ment of justice will continue its drive
on profiteers "-wherever and when
ever found" regardless of the dissolu
tion Monday of the fair irice organ!
zations, according to a statement 'is
sued tonight by Robert T. Scott, as
sistant to the attorney general who
formally Announced the disbanding of
the fair price committee. In a view
of the organization's work, Mr. Scott
claimed credit for the department in
forcing down iprices of many cominod
The campaign against exorbitant
prices has been of "substantial bene
fit" to -the average citizen, Mr. Scott
said. iHe added that .more than 2,000
cases had been instituted by the de
partment and that scores of these had
resulted in 'fines or prison sentences
under 'the iprofiteering provisions of
the Lover law. The cases remaining
on court dockets will be pressed, he
snid. and new proceedings started
where ev4ence of the law's viola
tion Is found.
"The objectve of the departnient "
Mr. Scott said, "has been first to
eliminate the profiteer. And, second
to make his fleld less attractive by
educating the buying public to the
wisdom of sane and sensible buying."
ifficilty hss been experienced by
the department, according to Mr.
Scott, because of the "Judicial doubt"
existing as to the constitutionallity of
the Lever law. Unfavorable decisions
were said to have given profiteers a
new grip in some communities but
.\lr. Scott believed the legal attacks
'iarted -by the government had served
measurably to discourage the wave
M'. Scott said the government ac
tivities against price gougers "had
accelcrateI and aided rather than re
tarded" renewal of the effectiveness
of the law of supply and demand.
"Another il'portant fac'tor," he
said, "has been the action of fair
price representatives in inducing pa
triotic merchant to effect reductions
in prices. Perhaps the most striking
illustration of this was the success of
the representatives in 'Pennsylvana
in convincing oic of tho largest Phila
delphia merchants of the wisdom of
making a voluntary reduction of all
coIllmoditics handled by him. This re
dcetion of 20 iper cent. resulted in a
general wave of price slashing
throughouit the country .from which
thle consumer substantially benefited.
PoE.\lIth1 WHITE COM1ING
IN JIM FOX FILI[
Pearl White, "the marvel of the
rieen" Is coinig to the Princess
Iheatr'e Friday, being presented by
William Fox in a special productlon,
"The 'WIite ,i1o," a stirring story of
life in New York's~ under'wor'ld. This
is heir fi'st big prioduction-she hay
!nig hei'etofore dievotedi her sci'een
work to seirials.
The. stoi'y wvas wriltten by Frank L.
'Packai'd, author of "The Miiracle
.\ian," and the scenario is by 10, Lloyd
Sheldon. It dleals with Rhoda, a girl
Crook olf the slums, who, having seen
the light in a startling miracle per'
forimned in St. Agnes' Cihui'ch-w heire
:he, fathei' is killed trying to r'ob the
lpoor' box--dieter'mines to re'foi'm andl
lbor' to aid( those in the -.inderwor'ld.
A:s a sd ettlemet w'.orker ihe becomes
k no .:n by the crook-.s and gangsters
as "The White M~oll."
"TheSpara, r.notorIous sf u
u, 'vh o 1':': arved a long tei'm in
it:'1 :'..; & a.-ted. When ''Th eDa
:r. :iedir o ftihe gang. tempts tie
e'rsdconvict to r'etiurn' to his~ un
lav. tul trmadle, "'The Whit e .Moll,"' whoa
has; been c'tring for his aged mother,
stel)s in and wins the Sparrmow's
priomise to go strialght. But she in
ciurs the enmity of the Dangler', who
de(ter'mines to ''frame'' the Sparr'iow.
Then begins a sei'ies of thi'illing ex
teriences which, it Is said, make the
ptLure one of the most fascinatLing and
heartL-appeallng ever screened.
'Tie story, witten In Mr. P'ackatrd's
inImitable style, carries an appeal
even stronger' than his famous tale,
"Th'le Miracle Main." Supporting Miss
iWhite are Richard C. Travers, whc
pliays the dual role of "The Pug" and
"TIhe Adventurer"; Walter' Lewis, J.
Thoi'nton flaston, Eva Gordon, WVl
11am lharvey, Geoi'ge 'Patuncefort,
Chai'les J. Slatter'y, John P. 'Wade
and Johtn 'Woodford.
Mr. P. LaDuke, Farmer, Says, "You
Bet lHats (inn Bite Th'irough i Metal.
"I had feed hins lined with zinc hasi
year', rats got through, pre'tty soon1
Wesn out $18. 'A $1 pk,g. of RtAT-SNAF
'lled so many rats thtat I've never
heen without it since. Our collie dog
nlever' touiched RtAT-SNAP." You try
it. Three sizes, 35c, 65c and -$1.25,
'01(d and guaranteed by Laurens-Hard
ware Co., Putnam's IDrug Store, ahid
I Knned sos.w
AT WHITE lROUS1
Ballots Mailed to Now Jersey. Mrs
Wilson Votes. Mrs. Tumulty Alst
-Joins Husband in Forwarding Ex.
pression of Choice.
WRashington, Oct. 30.-The presideni
and Mrs. Wilson voted today in th(
presidenltial election. They marked
their 'ballots at the White House and
-malled them to Princeton, N. J., where
the president heretofore has gone each
electioni day to vote.;
i'r'ne other ballots' were also for.
warded to 'New Jersey today from
the Whlite -ouse, those voting by mall
Including Secretary Tumulty and Mrs.
Tumulty, Dr. Stockton Axson, 1
brother of Mr. Wilson's first wife;
Charles Swem, the president's privat(
stenographer, and other attaches of
the %White House.
These were the first ballots evei
cast by Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Tumulty
and they were among the first of the
great army 'of women enfranchised by
the 19th amendment to voto in the
1920 election. The ballots from New
Jersey were forwarded to the White
House early this week by request.
Most members of the president's
cabinet ,and many other government
oflcials as well asseiployees will ;n
to their old homes to personaly cast
A arge number of federal oillcers
and other V4shingtonians, however,
will cast thei votes by mailing bal
Jots to the places where they maintain
Preparations -were being made tbday
at the exOctitive offices, of the White
House for the receipt of election re
turns next Tuesday. The president
will 'be ket'informed of the progress
of the counting of the ballots by
means of wires installed in the execu
tive offices communicating with the
various Demuocratic headquarters over
Four years ago the president went
by special traln to Princeton to vote
as at that time it was not possible for
[hImI to vc& by mall.
No Carriage Needed.
A Moro wommi '-arries her children
On her shotI'hh'rs. where they steady
themaselves by clutchif'ier hair. This
method of travel leaves the mother's
hands free to carry other things.
SAVED HIS HORSE
Mr. R. L. McIntyre, of Altoona, Ala.,
says: "Dr. LeGear's Antiseptic Heal
ing 1Powder quickly healed some bad
wire cuts on my horse. I defy any
stranger to find the slightest sear on
Dr. LeGear's AdhesIve and Remedy
saved this valuable animal. i-ic warns
you not to leave a wound, sore or cut
exposed, 'but to dust on Dr. LeGear's
AntIs-eptic Healing Powder, which in
stantly forms an antiseptic protection
and promotes l4ealthy healing.
In his 28 years of Veterinary 'Prac
tice and I4x-pert 'Poultry -Breeding, Dr.
LeGear has con-spounded a remedy for
every curable allment of stock of poul
try. Whenever they require a remedy,
it will pay you, as it did Mr. Mcln
tyre, to purchase from your dealer
the proper 'Dr. LeGear Remedy, on a
satisfaction or money back guaran
IS IT worbh while to suffer from eye ache,. head
ache or poor vision when relief is so near and
can. be had at such small cost?
We make a thorough examination of the eyes
without cost, and if glasses are needed, furnish
them at the lowest possible price.
PERFECT FITTING GUARANTEED.
E O ) I. T;, !U 3Y3
$1,250.000 Serial Sitpreme
inl Fifteen 10ptsodes. Di -
rected by Richard Stanton, I
Story by 1. Lloyd Sheldon.
Senarlo by Edward Sedg
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