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BIG, EGO YIELD
"From a sinal flock of tiens I now
get 20 to 25 eggs per day, whereas be
fore giving them Dr. (LeGear's Poultry
Prescription, I only received three or
four. Its cost has been repaid over
and over." So writes Mrs. J. W. Mont
gunery, Tunnell Hill, Ga.
You should increase your yield noy,
trhie prices are high, through Dr. Le
'tear's Poultry Prescription| It is a
tonic which builds up the hen's
strength and vitality, and stimulates
the ogg--producing organs.
For 28 years Dr. IeeGar has been
recognized as America's foremost Ex
per:t Poultry Breeder and Veteriurrian.
Any time your poultry or stock are all
ln;, it will pay you to get the proper
t)r. LeGear Remedy from your dealer.
1 miust give satisfaction, or your
de 'ler will refund your money.
IT ISN'T FAIR
To Your i aiiue1ii-o Your iriends --
' e' Yourself-(loin ' A round
T thl-. iltE 101' VY 'R IllAl"I'Tll
l's 1"0ur1 lIlooi I, Weak andl (logged
'.\ith l'olison1s. Pe i -ia u n Will
Sr4(1.11ieu and iPutif) It
\\'hen you get over'-tired day after
your ysitem has to (t rid of So
i.:eh wvast it ('al't ereate noy tenergy
i e i en zu..h. Tit' restlt is that your
b:.od i til-d itfh waste matter. It
.(ie.om egged. You are trying to
at a4round with a lot of poison in your
\'(u looke had( , you feol poorly.. You
et out ot' lttienc(0e , ;aif. Ainbtitiont IS
h!. o1 It (u14 don't rare about any
tl'.!i . til ViV (1 Ii . O t' iuC
TIht u. o wa-.y to live. Your blood
nerds help for a time. It is startVe(l.
You w\i'4 ind help) in that fine tonie,
P ipto- Mlanganiii. P opt o-.\ant piurIttti
p the b!ioi (1 and fills it with red cor
eiseles. In a little while yott'll have
(''nt : ieh. red hooud and yoil won't
kroy ous . It isn't a nagic tmedieine.
It c"ontains< iron and other ingredients
d'aut feed s:tarved blood and make it
r':. n am ('ti. PhIysicilans: have pr'e
sc'r ibedt 1epto--\langan for years.
'eptohiu t1an is sold in liquid and
t::let form. 'ak4:e either kind you pre
fe:. On' a(ts the samet as the other.
loth eonlain the sate- ingredients.
lint be sure to I get tit genuinlie Pepto
'rn "Gtide's." 'rht ful ntmte.
"( 'ude's ''pto-\langa tn." should be on
the palkagee. Advert is(nt it.
lIts ' .t lI-:D FOlR
- '(!o as at (.o(d is montra ted
(4. 1ytem heroimes di0sorderteid.
T'his nay develop into any one of
VeaIl Serious diseases.
You can't a ffor'd to take the
chlanc4e of in('urrt'ing a severe pe1
\l to: ne(gieet.
I'or years physicitans have Ip(r'e
ctribed medici1ne containing hore
' iond, mullein and I'ar.. Comt
,mundCed with t a fey other elem'tst
:(u have : m('di(ine that yll (heel1
To satisfy the demand for this
P'r ript ion in qiuickly obtainable
I 4rm Dr. i\ luray has his (hetmists
:repare inant ities and4( supptjly the
druggists. Ask yourt dr'uggist for'
'I('itiAAY'S 1101 ltl 4)'NI)
('hildren tenjoy it. Yo'ur' drutggist
il irefundl y(4 lou oey if y our4
.isfaction is niot ('0mp1lelte.
Colds and inf14 lenz'.1a are stuccess;
ful teated byv usintg Dr4. lullion's
! ..'f inl conjuntioniii with Mturra4y's
florehoiund '(lttile in a nd( Taur.
('olumiat, S. 4'.
Th8t ae Good for Callu80s. M0ney
Back if it Fails.
Don't he hos!( I thrtougiiftt I by a posky
corn or ellius, l !on)'t, lit a corn'f toll you
Ihenf to 'It dtown. lDon't wear shio0s too
:r.e for you hoicaus~e a corn says you
y~uilt. Get rid of tho darnod thing.
"Peel the Whole corn RIght Off and be
Rid of it"
It's a revelation to corn sufferors, the
wonderful way that "(Gota-It " banishes
cornis. Spend two minuttes-thiat's all-to
4nply 2 or 3 drops to any corn or callus.
Th) paIn will stop instantly. In a fow
s(eondsl thto corn diriesi right up. Soon
It hats loosoned~ 8o you ennl pool It off in
0110 compltOt ploce, root and( tall.
"Got-I ," a soldhby a ll d ruggtsts ;mon~y
bac'k on reoquest, costs butL a triflo. Mid.
ly 10. I~awrentco & co., (chlingo.
Sii In L ottrens anud r'ecommeltnded as
~t world's best cornl remiedy b~y
Li' rvens: )ru: f(>. am11( Puttnamr's Drug
WORK OF ENQUIRY
Will Meet Again in Washington Soon.
Recess for Period. Two Witnesses
(Deny Charges Made In Testimony of
Tucker K. Sands.
'New York, Dec. 1.-The Walsh con
gressional committee investigating 'af
fairs of the United States shipping
board terminated hero today a -three
weeks' open session. The committee
twill resume its work after the recon
vening of congress, siting for a time
in \Vashington before returning to
Among the witnesses testifying to
day were John Craner, former repre
senltative of the Downey Shipbiulding
('olllporiatioll at Washington and Lester
Sister, former secretary to the ship
ping board, who were natnedi by
'Tucker K. Sands in his testimony as
sharing in an allegedi fee of $10,000
which Sands said was paid to obtain
a shipping board contract.
ItotIi witnesses ien lied the chliarges
and asserted they were ulabi' to say
wh"Iat motive inispired Samtis to maike
then. William I)enlltuan, first exe'n
liVe of (he ilt't corporation, also t's
tiie'd that theri' had never been a
controversy over the voodei ship pro
gram bet wreI him anti \lajor Geneial
t:oetthls, Associated with him1 in the
organ ization of the cor'porationi.
J.)tring tile sessionis here subpoe
IIaed and volunteel' wilnesses testified
to nmlie1Wrolls allegedi inl1stalces of illis
managenient and lack of accounting
and checkiing, iwhici were said to have
rtsulted in losses to the governnll ent
of tmillions of dollars.
Martin Gillon, expert assitsanit to
IForncr ('hairman layne, testified that
more than $2,000,000,oo of tle value
of the ships for which the goverinent
"'PI)propriated appiroxiniately $1,000,
000.000 had "been authorized" and
:hold1(1 be t reated the slme as "1)urnued
powder" or other war emeigency ex
Washington, Dec. 1.-At the first
meeting of the new shipping board to
day Chairman llenson told the seven
commissioners that so far as Ie had
beon able to determine, defects in the
board noted during the investigations
of the Walsh comllmittee had either
been i colected or remledial steps taken
prior to the actual meetinig of the com1
''I'he board tinanimotsly expressed
it' fteelfing," ('1hairman111 lIenson said
later, "that e-very tfort sh1ould( be, madel,
to ass;ist thet \\alsh commlittec in its
work ami: to ("o-opelrater with it in e\'
e:-y itssilte wVay in Ca1'r'yiing 11, its
it ve'.sti. itions and that every effort
wouild bemade to obtain fuirther evi
dtinl and to proetn(tle all guilty par
ties as soon as such evidence was oh
tainttl, regardless of whethei it were
in the or:a-nizattion or outside.
iili 'hIS IN ST.ATE
flIrthus TIotaled'i 2,12 anld Denths'
i9,616t in Tlen .Sonths~ of 19240.
(Colum111bia, il ''. 2.--T-'Ihe hi rth rate in
South Carolina foir tihe first ten
mthlitis of t his year' nyas priactically
dlotlble that of the deaths ias showni by
thle vital atstlstics comileLd by State
D)1ire'tor' C. W. Miller, miade publlic to
day by Dr. Jamesi A. Iliayne, State
hell ith officer.
T1he replor't cover's thel period from
Janluar'y I to October I1, the total numll
her of deaths foir this peiodl was 19,
616 from all causes. 'The hi rths total
ed 38.112, and there were 2.135 still
births. ThIs report showvs that deaths
In the state increased 625 over' a like
Iperiodin Il1I919. The total for thatt yetar
was I 8.9192, the birthi increase over 1919
for the same perlodl is 3,647, but there
wer*e 613 more still bi rthis.
Tihe repor't al so showvs t hat light
n1ing, whlichi clalimed 21 In ,1919, only
killed 14' foir 1920. IHail road acc iients
1(o01 ai toll of 50 thIs year, as compared
to 58 ini 19 9. Auto(( fa talitlies Incrleased
fromil 19 to 67. 1Homticides rot'r 1920
werei 1 87, andli 183 foir 191 9. Thei Si
(hI rate dtet(rl("nsedI from 47i to 37. In
fluenz11a an Ilat~grippe) firoim 866 dea'fths
in 1 919 dcrea sed to 652 for 1921).
Scailet fever' deaths Increased from
10 to 6 during 1919 andI 1920. D~eaths
resnlIng from tylphotld decr'easedl from
2941 to 262 in 1920. The11 dread dilsease,
meinigttis', took a toll of 38 In 1919,
andi only 30 In 1920, lip to October.
P'!!amyelitis dlecreased from 8 to 7
decaths. 'Deaths from canicer in 1919
were 4t0, with 400 in 1920.
Grove's Tasteless chili Tonic restores
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and
Enriching the Blood. When you fe%91 its
strengthening, invigorating effect, see how
it brings color to the cheeks and how
it improves the appetite, you will then
appreciate its true tonic value.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Is sImply
Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So
pleasant even children lko it. The blood
needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and
Grip germs by its Strengthening, Invigor
ating EtrnCL 75t.
* HONOR BOLL *
* -Lourens City Schools
" " 0e ** *" " " 0* W 0,# " *
Eleventh Grade-Distinguished, Car
oline Holmes, Nancy Meng, Eleanor
Miller; proficient, 'Beatrice Babb, Nel
lie Blakely, Margaret Lake, Lois Mar
tin, Ruby Martin, Nelle Senn.
Tenth Grade-Highly Distinguished,
Nello Jones, Sarah Eliza Swygert,
Grace Taylor; Distinguished, Rebecca
Adams, Margaret Coleman, Eula Mae
Martin, Louise Smith,, Eva Taylor,
German Thompson; profleient, Marion
Blackwell, 'Martha (Dula, Leonide Fin
ley, Lois Fuller( Allie Gosale, Mary
ii udgens, Jack Miller, Martin 'l'eague,
Ninth Grtte--I)istinguished, Sarah
Katherine lIarksdale, Walter Irewin,
ton, Fred (Clifton, toy Gastoni, Ray
(Goodwiln. Mary Senn, ituth Sullivan,
Wyatt 'WaldreiI, .a\lade W 'olord Pro
ticient, lIosabelle Flcming, ItIth Cul
hertson, Margaret Knight, Winifred
SitgreaVes. Iuhy 'Iempleton, Grace
.Eighth GSradIe--- -l.atini Sectionl, hiighly
I)istittguished, Sidney IMolmes, Paul
Phlilpot.; Disting;uished, .lanie Ilime
I)avis, M arigene Gray., Nora Iangstlon.
Rose Rostenthal, liii da Taylor, fuhby
'Tod(;: Prollcient, S:' ' a Cihildress, Kath
erine Ilicks. Rttl. ( .1 ::, Ada Cath
etine( Ow nlt.s, 1'liz., -' 't itompson.
Il:ightht Grade, (o 'n :..101 Section- -
l iighly l ist inguir'.:"dl. t;rah Senn -
1)istinguished, Nell (Iie ; l'rollcicut.
Clara lloyd, Allic Culhertson, Itoth
well Finley, Nannie Franks, Harold
Iludgens, Louise a WCord, .\Mary Ili
Cord, Kirk 'T'aylor, Mattie lou Walker,
George M. Wright, Jr.
Seventh Grade--iIighly Distinguish
ed - -liller Alcu('tent, MIary Catherine
Power, William P'ower, Lila ltickutna,
'errin Wright; Distinguished, Marvin
Walrel.; Prolicient, .John Pls Dimll
lap, Rebecca Myers, ILottie Sullivan.
Sixth Grade -A SectiQi, liigitly Dis
tin .uished, IIarilett Todd, Iarlow('
Mahaffey: I1tistinguished, Martha I'ow
er, legare illackw( 1ell, Amaryllis Smith,
Sata Cheek, I ucil' lituwkitns, Bruce
'Thmipson, iienry W illians; I'rolcienut,
Ititb .Ien s. \little Le' Martin, Catro
line I ludrens11, lIarriet llishoAp, Mary
Avery, K ittic .\ie('ravy, 'lara Se'xton,
('harles Rosenthal, .lon1 K. Taylor,
Sixtht (;tads 11 Sec':' .!t' ingt uis:h
cil, ('ollyaru l trksdai , i iy 1ai11, Id
ar 10hinetle, Fran k }raker: 'rolicielt,
Seventh Gracde I Section. Disiina
uished, Ida Mae llunter, bloise Miller,
liatlie .iller, inez Motes; I'rolicitnt,
EIdith Ilellamus, Sarah Martin. Anit:
Miller, Sadie i'tn-yi, .lary lto Fergut
son, lilli(e Mae Cooper, Grace Switn,
Fifth (Grad---A Section, 1)1stitg -
uished, William Crews, .font; Martin,
Robert. Moore, rances hIough, Fantnie
RosenthaI, (ertunde Tetmpiemai, llar
ga ret Wassoti; Profici en t, M1ary R eid,
'Four th and lifth iGr ades -liighlly
I )lstlinuishted, '.\lary~ Anderesotn, M\ary
.\la bel Iun, tIii) anura Vance Jones,
lFtankls, .\ary F'oiwers, Clatudia Irby,
llelen(1 iDeulord, WIlm not liltmes, Clar
*Fouthl Grade-A Sectioti, IDisting
ttishted, .\lartiiha F'ratiks, J eatnette ll amt
JacI: IRuhi, Jamje:; D~unti:Iin ; Prolleintt,
Campbtlell, Idai Mae X .\ldde let len 'It Ma -
ttin, Iloyce. TIaylot, .Jack Wysong.
TPhird G rade---A Sectiont, li ighly Dis
tngtuished, C. 'T. SqiIres, Jtr., D~otothby
Norwood)(l; Distingutished, Rlot fei lutghes,
Len'tora M~iill enr, Iartold Motntgotmetry,
lIPelen Vintil ; Prtoficitctt, Joltni Ow
1igs, (Iartence Ph'it lpot, Ma rshtal Smithil,
Margarlet Chteek, Va~llie Meadors, LiI
I ha n Moore, Cornttel ia Nichols, Mart ha
Tiay lot, .\ ary II etin V intiCt, Mildrted
Tird l( Grde ----il S4e t, Dist in 'oshb
ed, llelle IllamilIton, K irklin'DIavetnport,
Pattiinc Lan(tgstoni, InezC Jamieisont; Pro
lielenit, tal ptih agwvell, Marthla ('ad(
wvei, Williamu Blackwell.
Scecotnd Grade-A Section, 1i1ighly
D~istlinguishted, Sar'ah -RiddIe; Dis
ttiguIihed, Margaret McGra vy, S~usan
H. Richardson, Louise Taylor, Bert
Kennington, 'Leoni Nichols, Joe 1Reid,
Haskell Sanders, John~ Thomas Todd,
-Second Grade-Bf Section., lghly
Distinguishied, fltmily3 Babb; Disting
uished Chalmera Armstroung, Robert
Iirliggs, 'L.ola- May Bull, Loulo Cromner,
Sara D~endy, Mary Frances Franks,
Charles 'Hicks, Thussell Jacks, Juanita
liangaton, Rt. A. Martin; Proficient, Ju
lia Br'ow.tn, Cynthia 'Belle IHurton,
Jamnes Cothiran, Roy 'Flowers, Rosa
Irb~y, Ilayid Mahaffey,
First Grade-A Section, -Distingutish
ed, H aroild PollIc, D~orothty lI umbert,
10llzabeth 'habb; Marthia Sutsan Biggs,
lmawtoti Vincent, Norman Wham; P'ro
Lee, Jesse Carroll Miller, lHlenBiich
ardson, portha Sexton, Esther turey,
Mandeline Sullivan, Mary Elizabeth
Squires, John A. Franks, Jr., Annie
First Grade--B 'Section, Distinguish
ed, Robert Benchoff, Charles Crows,
James Davis, 'Dial Gray, Ambrose Hud
gons, Herman Madden, John ,H. Mont
gomcry, Palmer 'Reid, Charles Taylor,
Jack Wiggins; Proficient, 'Drummond
Anderson, 'Henry Bonchoff, Cecil
Brownlee, Robert Burton, Jackie
Chandler, Lonnie uiers.
Laurens Mill School
Fourth Grade-Distinguished, Minnie
11111; 'Proficient, Ora 'Baldwin, Ansel
King, Earle Roberts.
'Third Grade-Proflicient, Grover Kir
by. Bertha Alarler, Joe Smart, Lethla
Wilburitn, '.\lay 'Wilburn, Alma Wilson.
Second Gr ade--Di stinguished, Alma
Templeton, James WordI; Proficient,
Nellie Casey, Bessie )avisii Pearl
Knightoni, Fannie I.;amb,'.\latido Robin
ette, 1,onla Senay, Lydai Snoddy, Ifim'ler
Iirst (Gade--l-lghly tllistinguished,
I'uI ai Davis, Oma )ivis; Iistinguish
erl. I"ivra Cannon, Lois .Ma tin, ('hari
ton Todd: lProliclent, Christine Weaith
lonor 11011 Cross 11111 Ihigh School
'Tenth Giade--lae IIitt, \lytrile
lIla:"k, Lola Bloyce, lBessie Iliitt, ,John-.
ella Austin, Alma Coleman.
E*ighth Graie--.\larion Boyce, Gladys
Thomipson, Calhoun Pinson.
Seventh (radle---Hlorace l\lcSwain,
\larga'et Itasor, Lorene Coleman,
I ieien G rillin, Anna Corley.
Sixth Grade ---iElizabeth IIll, Clara
Iial, Frances Iliitt, Lucl Ic Eliedge,
I)aisy 11111, va Ilitt.
Fift h Grade---Blanche Austin, Es
I ellc Wade, lone 11o00, Ilosaa Turner.
'fourth Grade---Mildred 11111, John
\leSwtt-ain, ('har's ItopI,.
1'hird Grade--Dorothy Ilitt, .\iriami
loyece, Joe Noffz, Daisy .LeOl)ard, Ilen
Second G;rade-J im Ilugh Austin,
(raves Vison, Polly Coleman, Clara
Iill, Jewel Turner, Prances Walker,
P1irst Grade-Augustus Goddard
.\lartin loyce, Grover 1lanna.
Io'li- Netw Yotk rery i"Firmh
keeps Iwn ifa
\'room::e &. CO., hutter' & Cheese
?lerchant c, New York Pity, says: ''We
p IIAI'-SNA' in our cellar all the
me. It kenpau down rats. We buy
t !,y the g-s.s, would not be without
it --Fartmers use IIAT-FNA I' becau5se
. I' all food for ltA'I'-SNA1'.
"' 41 ( ;ie:; :;.c .~ :(,p a'ld .$1.2' . Sold
It ranteed by Laurens Ilardware
Co. litnamt's Drug Store and Kien
It relieves stornach Iisery, sour ston
nch, belching and all stonach disease
or money back. Large box of tablets
'it nitdruggists in all towns.
A Thanksgiving 'day is approach
ing, we offer some nice goods for
the dining room table.
We have gone through our Hos
iery stock again and adjusted
prices in keeping with the present
A clean cut is made in all Sheet
ings and Domestic goods.
A reduction is seen in Sweaters
and all Knit Goods at
W. U. Wilson & Co.
You WILL B E
,AT THIS STORE
IS IT worth 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 thoroug- examination of the eyes
without cost, and if glasses are needed, furnish
them at the lowest possible price.
PERFECT FITTING GUARANTEED.
THE, G e Fle q i P
this right now!
No man ever smoked a
better cigarette than Camel!
You'll find Camels unequalled by
any cigarette in the world at any
price because Camels cornbhino c
every feature that can make a
cigarette supreme /
Camels expert blend of choice.
Turkish and choice Domestic
tobaccos puts Camels in a class by
themselves. Their smoothness .
will appeal to you, and permit
you to smoke liberally without tir
ing your taste !
Camels leave no unpleasant ciga
retty aftertaste nor unpleasant
You'll prefer Camels blend to either
kind of tobacco smoked straight !
Camea are sold everywhee In acientllay sealed
C o f 20pl o ~r e he y or o pra ckao.20
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
Winston-Salom, N. C.
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