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Why 31r. Joo Armstrong, Celebrated
Dog Trainer, Uses Rat-Snap.
"Noticed rats around my kennels,
ha hm hundreds of prize dogs, could
n't take chances. Tried RAT-SNAP;
in three weeks every rat disappeared.
NotYced that the (logs never went
near1 RAT-SNAP. I tell my friends
.about HAT-SNAP." Use this sure ro
dent exterminator, it's safe. Comes in
cal:c form. Three sizes 35c, 65c, and
$1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Laur
er"'i Hardware Co., Putnam's 'Drug
Store and Kennedy Bros.
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* LAWRENS COUNTY COLORED *
* FAIR ASSOCIATION *
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Vinth Annual Dlsplay Ield Near Mad
den, S. C., Nov. IS, 19, 20, 1920.
- Premiums Awarded
Morso and Mule Department,
Best saddle mare, William Watts,
oDne blind bridle, by John A. Franks.
Best pacing mare, Willie Anans, one
box of Pratt's Stock. Powders, by
altitnam's Drug Store.
Best buggy horse in harness, Wash
Viance, $5.00 in merchandise, by Flem
- Second best horse in harness, Sam
1el Cunningham. $3.00 shirt by Whar
ton Clothing Co.
Best stylish horse in harness, Edd
H1allaway, $3.00 in cash by the Fair
Best mare (olt, Wasih \ance, buggy
whip worth $1.90 by Laurens IHard
Second best horse inl ha rniess, .lohn
'ile Johnson, four-i n-hannd tie, by
Davis Roper & Co.
Cattle )epNrl ment
Best milk cow, Blessie Finley, 50
pounds of first patent flour by Owings
Best. J .scy heifer. $5.00 ladies hat.
by .1. ('. Burns & Co.
Best bird (log. A. L. Finley, two
boxes of shells. by W. P. 1Iudgens.
Swine Depart mlent
Best hog, A. I3. Finley; $5.0) Stet
son hat hy Minter & Co.
Hest coop of turkeys, $3.0) ladies'
maist, by Switzor & Co.
Best Rhode Island Red Rooster,
Esto Vance, one cottage chair, by I.
Pest package of sweet potatoes,
W. A. Watts. $2.0) cuff buttons, by
Solomon Jewelry Co.
Best stalks of red ribbon sorghum
cane, A. L. Finley, one dozen cigars,
.;y Powe Drug Co.
Best pk. of corrf, J. N. Finley, one
butcher knife, by Jones & Taylor Co.
Best pk. seed wheat, Wash Vance.
one box of cattle powders, by W. R.
Best stalk of cotton, Perman Fin
ley, 5 lbs. Clover Seed, by Mr. C. E.
Best agricultural display, A. 13. Fin
ley, one pair overalls, by Switzer &
Best home-made middy suit and hat,
Hattle Cunningham, $5.60, pair of
blankets, by S. M. & E. II. Wilkes Co.
Second best home-made middy suit,
Lorene Harris, $1.00 box of paper, by
Laurens Drug Co.
Best home-made waist. Lillle Bell
Williams, one bottle of hair tonic, by
Second best home-made embroidery,
$1.00 box paper, b: Powe Drug Co.
Best home-made embroidery, Pearle
S1w, $1.25 pair scissors, b y Jones
& Taylor Co.
Btest home-made gown, Julia Watts,
$1.50 dish pan, by Ri. Ii. Ioneh off.
Hest made crorhet, Julia A\very,
salaud dish 75 cents. RI. II. I enehoff.
Ilome-mad o embro) cidery,' Mary B.
Bailey, one bot tle toilet water, $1.00,
Powe IDrug Co.
rB(st homne-made tatting for ladies'
waIst, Jo.-ephIne Lindsey, $2.00, H.
Itest pound of butter, Al lie Finley,
one lair ladles' r'ubbers, TI. Lurey.
Best home-made qumiltI, Millie Crant,
$7.50 Blankets, TI ome, & F~urn. Co.
Best home-made dress. 'Ella F. DiI
lard, 10 yards of outing by, . C. Burns
Second bes. hnome-madie quilt. Mary
Pitts, $2.00 ladies' waist, Rt. P. Wilson.
'Best can beans, 'Polene F'inley,
$1.25 saucepan, :R. H. IHenchoff.
Best can pickles, $2.00 sweater, by
Davis Rener & Co.
Best can peaches, H attie Finley, 1
can coffee, J. M. Philpot.
nest Apple jelly, Minnie Davenport,
Second best apple jelly, Ruth Davis,
I can coffee, 1Hnter & Bros.
Tiest can tomatoes, Bertha Finley,
$1.00 merchandIse. Abe i;amondt.
IBeat can beans, IEllen Mldlaniel,
One 3 lb. can coffee, V.. \. Owings.
Dest pickle peaches, Ida Mc'Daniel,
$1.00 bottle croam nmaresagn. 1H. Lurey.
Btest can tomato piicklc, Hlattie WVII
sont, $1 00 lamp, It 1!. [tenchoff.
Best notato custard. ltinncy NeallIey,
1 bottle toilet '.ater, H1. luircy.
We hIghly afporeclate thme different
premiums that our goc:! white frien:ls
assisted us during fair week a~nd we
want to thtank you for the same. sure.
Hoping to have a botter fhir in the
John N. Finley, Pres.
Augustus FInley, See'y.
To Stop a Cough Quick
take HAYES' HEALING HONEY, a
cough medicine which stops the cough by
healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues.
A box of GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE
SAL4VE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and
Crouplis enclosed with every bottle of
HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
should be rubbed on the cheat and throat
of children suffering from a Cold or Croup,
The healIng effect of Hayes' HealIng Honey In
slde the throat combined with the hieal ig effect of
Grove's 0-Pon-Trato Salvo through tho poren of
thleskin soon stops a cough.
Doth remedies are packed In one carton and the
cost of tihe combntined treatment is 35o.
JUst ask your dfUggist for HAYES'
COURIER FOR $24,9000
Convention -Also Appoints Committee
to Consider Taking Over ChIck
Columbia, Dec. 8.-Purchaseof the
Baptist Courier for $24,000, election of
trustees for the various colleges and
strong addresses by several speakers
and the appointment of a committee .t,
look into the advisability of purchase
Ing of Chick Springs Sanittarium for
a Baptist hospital were the oustand
ing events of the second day of the
100th annual Bamptist convention here
today and tonight.
The day session was given largely
to ionsidering reports of various
boards and committees on the activi
ties of institutions. The session to
night developed considerable interest
and a warm debate on the report of
the nominating committee.
After hearing the report of the
commtittee of 15, headed by T. T. j
IIyde, in which it was recommended
that the Baptist Courier 'be purchased,
the rePort was adopted by unanimous I
vote. This purchase includes the r
sulbscrption list and good, will and the
paper itself. It does not include the e
Courier plant. The convention also 1
at the acreage reduction conference
of 15 to handle the inaper and these t
will be elected tomorrow after a t
slecial nominating committee of live s
has made its recommendations. This
deal is to he closed by January 1.
MIay EsAabislh Seminary a
Dr. Joini 'N. White of Anderson re
Ported to titp }conve'ntion that tie
SoIthlern la ptist ConVention had ree- t
om mended the estahlishient of a U
.semi nary in Sou th Carolina and act ion
n ti:s may" he taken t omorrow.
Dr. J. P. Love. secretary of the for- C
eian mission board. made a strong
Ple: for help for Europeans. lie also I
a:ttacked the Roman Catholic Church t
du ring his address and in stressing 9
the need for f4)od and clothing in Eu
rope said it was enough to give food C
to those who are crying for it lot alone. i
trying to give food to a man in Ire- ,
land who would not have it after it t
had been offered to him.
General Board Menmlbers
All trustees and members of boards I
were elected by the convention aI
nominated by the nominating commit- r
tee. New members of the genoral
board with trms expiring in 1923 twere I
named as follows: Ernost J. Smith,
Greenwood; J. A. Brock, Graniteville; I
George P. White, Hamborg; L. H. 1
Raines, Mountain Rest; P. C. Granber- 1
ry, (Gaffnoy; J. K. Todd, Clarendon; I
T. T. Hyde, Charleston; J. R. Moore, t
Chester; J. C. Lawson, McBee; F. T. r
Cox, Smoak; J. M. Norris, Edgefleld; I
A. 'T. Rogers, W'agoner; P. M. Bailes, I
Greer ; S. P. -Hair, Fountain Inn; T.
C. Skinner, Columbia.
Trust ees for Furman University I
intil if r25 were named as follows: i
I. P. McGee. Z. T. Cody, R. W. Lide, I
H. I . Wa 'tson and Ray Smith.t
(Greenvile Woman's College trus-I
'P re . 'P. 1ide. C.M. McGee,
.Inh T. oughts. J. S. Stark.
For Andlerson College the following<
w. ue na me d trums'tees utmil 1iI925: T.r. I
Wa:kins, Robe t.s Jlack ,and 'T. C.
Thei, Su mmner Assembliy committee
named(( tonight in- J. .E. White, WV. E.
Th'layei', WV. 13. Oliver, J. IH. Hunt, J.
P. 'Packer, (. WV. Quick, T. J. Watts,
Chas. A. .Jones, and C. C. Coleman.
lbimestone College trustees are: T.
S. Wilbur, W. M. Jones, and threu
pwesrent tr'ustees, John M. Kinard,
IL. Weeks and JToseph A. Gaines.
Trhe convention adopted a resolu
tien whereby no members of the gen
eral boardi will he able to succeed
themselives. A requst for women to
be namcd on the boaZrdl of trustees of
0. W. C. 'was tutrned~ down because of
a posmible conflict with the charter
to the Institution.
A resolution will he1) introduced to
morrow calling for the appoin-tment
of a conmmittee to ask the governor to
take steps to stop thme lawlessness
over the state at piresent.
"311lliniery Sam pies" Spring Leak
Chicago, D~ec. 8.-A suitcase of
"millinery samples" sprung a leak tod
day as the Pullman in Which it was
b~einlg carriedl neared Chicago.
'rho conductor sent a wire head to
police I. re.
Detectives arrested .two New York
ers as they left the train and confis..
cated tour suitcases labeled "New
York! Hat Conbpany." Eighty-eight
quarts of whiskey were found in the
Sultan Cutsf 192I Cotton Acreage,.
(Lonldon, iec. 0.-The sulitan of
Egypt, says a dlispatch to the London
Times, has signed a decree restricting
by one-third tihe area to be0 planted in
cotton In 1921. The decree aiso ,will
prohibi~t the cultivation of cotton in
the basiln of the Upper Nile, except.
whore ther.e is Irri..io
IONSTANTIN-E FEELS LIKE
A U. S. PRESIDENT
ii Message to American People, Con.
sinntine Tells of Claim to the
Throne. Hits leen Elected by Voto
Lucerne, Switzerland, Dec. 10.-In a
nossage to the American people,
vhich he gave out here today, former
Uing Constantine of Greece, says he
eels like an American president, as
ic has been elected by a vote of his
Th message twas dictated by many
equests and contains the following
"In returning to my country and
e-ascendling the Greek throne, which
was forced by the 'Entente and the
atrigues of a political party to aban
on for three long and trying years,
feel more than ever as the President
f the United States must feel. I too,
ave been elected by the people to the
igh office 1 am about to 1111 and 'which
formerly occupied 'by the single con
titutional right of heredity."
"Inl this most solemn moment of my
ito, am duly conscious of the heavy
esponsibilities I assume,' reads the
lessage. "I feel in duty bound to ex
ress to the great American people my
eartfelt thanks for the sympathy I
eceived from them in my trials. I
bank them also for the impartiality
iey certainly have endeavored to
how in judging m11e and criticising my
ttitude during the most disastrous
car ever known in the history of man
Interest.s of People
"I, upon whose family crest stands
he device, the law of the people is
1Y piower, ever have had at heart the
iterest of th pople by whom I am
tow called, by their exi:,ress and in
isputable will to rule.
"lindful of til! great upliaval tie
Var was going to cause, I endeavored
o follow a line of action which I con
idered would serve the best interests
>f mY people, and I feel I did it with
nmity toward none and good will to
Vard all. The combination of circum
tances all tended to make credibke
he calumnious reports that an alert
nd indefatigable statesmen, 'who un.
uckily, out of spite for me, had been
linded by all the dictates of reason,
'ad caused to ho spread sedulously
"In order to create this false im
'ression, a misrepresentation, well
alculated to alienate me from the
ood will of the -Entente, was 19o01
teadily placed upon my every act
vord or thought. 'y this estrange
nont was 4rought about between me
md the Enteite powers, to which ]
nyself, as well as my people, had al
vays looked as our best and natura
No Hostility Meant.
"I solemnly declare to the Americar
)cople that neither the Iolicy I fol.
Owod in the past nor the action o
ny people in unanimously calling m
o my throne 'were actuated by an In
ention to show hostility towardl the al
"AMore than anyone e1se I realizi
ha~t thle interests of Greece and thosi
jf thle alliles andi Amnriea have eve
sen~ and are now identical, I per
'onally am anxious to show It by al
lhe means I POsses, and ami only to<
iiling to clear up the misunder
~tandling of which I had unitil nov
ben the victim.
I sincerely hope and believe tha
[ wili got tic stupport of the Americal
Big - Use
Stops Corn Pain Instantly and Re
moves Them Completely.
Wheother your"Det"ison topor between
the tees1 no matter how big or how sma ll
or how' tender" three dIropa of 'Gets-It"
will lift you right out of your misery.
You will laugh to see hew qutokly your
corn lets go its grip, how is curls right
upand dlies soy~ou can lift it off with your
fIn goe. It's folly and nonsense to pare
and trim a corn tr ying to ease Its pain
when "Gets-It" Will easily rid you of it
"Gets-It"s It old at all drug stores and
costs but a trifle. Your money back on re
quest. Mfd. by E,. Lawrence AOo., Chicago
sold in Lourens and recommnended al
lie world's best, corn remedy hI
Amronsa Drug Co. and Putnain's Dru&
people, whose wonderful qualities
Ltdinire and whose sincerity, opel
mindedness and impartiality I- unrq
servedly rely upon.
TAXES OF NATION
TO REMAIN 111G!
Longworth Sees No Chance for Reduq
New York, 'Der. 9.-LIfe insuranc
in its relations to many other phas
of American life was discussed toda
beforo insurance executives fro
nearly every state in the union an
Canada, at the 14th annual conver
tion of the Association of Life Insu
There will be no substantial reduc
tion of taxes in the near future, saic
Representative Longworth, a membe
M house ways and means commnit
tee, (which frames revenue measuret
lie predicted that congress woul
make a cut approximating a billio
dollars from estimates aggregatin
more than four -billions presented b
'be executive departments. Thi.
howeaer, would not permit any gen
eral reduction in taxes.
Life insurance companies of Amer
!va have loaned more- than $230,000,
000 on city and farm real estate imort
rages in the first ten months of thi
year, according to Haley F'lske, presi
(ent of the Metropolitan Life Insic
"ee Company, another speaker.
Mr. F!ske said that nov the "con
'r1ien have the enormous sums of tw
hillion eighty-two mIllion dollars in
vested on bhon(l and mortgage
tloughouzt the country, almost equna
- divided betweo farms and citit
:d hvI Imlade commlitmnt.- for man
Mor'ta ~1 loans generally have col
titutedthe larest percentage of if!
m rance investi.ents, he cont inuef
*l1n: that he refultl th1 crittem;c
fh:;t the companles had not done thi
duty in responding to the housinI
Harness for Men.
To help support the spine* of mc
who have to stool) over at their worl
nn inventor has patented a sort (
spring harness thatt It nttidihed to tt
shoulders and hiji.
It relieves stomach nuery, sourst
ach, belching and AU tiach dim
or money back. Large box of table
at al druggists in all towns.
AND Jasr "r
./'1/e. 8 e erN
ivAN r/VG AA.L
. MANY 4
Curet -. *
of good things.
Come in and s,
a full line of Queer
Can insure old style and n
Also cotton, either at h,
C Phone me and I
will do the rest. M
PHONES 126 & 386
Man and Wife, All Run
Were Greatly H
Y WIFE and I, after a hard
spring on the farm, were
tired aid run-down," says
Mr. E. B. Mulkey, of Route 1, Acworth,
- Ga. "Wo neither folt well. I lniew my
blood was bad, as 1 had little boils on
R the back of my neck.
"We felt we needed a builder. We
had heard of Ziron and thought it
must bo what we needed. It certainly
was. We took it faithfully, and after
a weck or such a matter we began to
teel bettor. My wife felt like cooking,
Have YOU dil
DIXIE FLOUR AND ORAIN C
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00.-e'C 4A1 1-Uvlv
6ST /SMd5 04 0 / T
Ms AN/ M., - s
so by the mainy appropria
fe should be congratulated
~e our complete assortmnen
sware, Chinaware, etc.
fe, Fire, Health, Accident
utomobile, Surety Bonds
ew system cotton gins.
:me or in warehouse.
LAURENS, S.. C.
Down from Farm Work,
elped by Ziron.
anld I sure felt like eating.
"Ziron sure did us good. It made
us both feel stronger and better for
the fall work, which everyone knows
is 'some work' on a farm. My boils
began to dry up, though just at first
they seemed worse.
"We are much better Lnd can highly
recommend Ziron, and gladly do so for
it sure did us good."
Ziron is a safe, reliable, tonic medi.
cinc, good for mien, women and child.
ren, when an Iron tonic is indicated.
It is easy to take and contains no
Auk your druggisit or dealer.
chanical means for separating
from cotton fibre in 1793. The
menal prosperity of the great
lates from the first Cotton Gin.
:overed the new flavor, dignified
fresting tasto and Itu Character
D., Laurens, S.C.
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