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Take -notice that on the 6th day o
May, 1921, I will render a funal accoun1
No Worms in a Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worms have an
healthy color, which indicates poor blood. and as a
rule. there Is more or I es stomach dlstftice
GJROVE-S TASTELES8 CHIM TONIC given reft
larly for two or three weeks win earich the bOed.
Improve thodigestion.and actes a eneral -
ening Tonic to the whole system. Natulr
throw off or dispel the wormans, eCh"=
in perfect health. Pleasant to .
WE GIVE FRE
Wi Build' New
Rin Cuts, Blowouts, Rebuildin
C. E. Kenn
IT MAKES NO DIFFFER
What your ideaa in j
known to us we %vilI
WE ARE SPECIALISTp
In our line and pridei
WHETHER YOU KNOW
What yeu want or ai
pay you to see us.
T 1-- I t i
of my acts and doings as AdmIntstra
4Wr. ot> the estM at'4!&ata* ftS11 49,
ceased, in the offloe of the Judge of
Prokate of. IAurene county, a* 11
o'clock, a. m., an o .'the same day.
-will apply for a nal discharge from
my- trust as Admntstratot,
Any person indebted to said estate
is notified and required to make pay
ment om. that date; and all persons
having claims against said estate wIll
present them on. or befpre, stid date,
duly iproven or be fore6Ve- . rred,
HENRY Mt OHh4
April 6, 1921.- 0-t-A
t Your Tires
They Cost Lots of Money
Life in Old TireA
g and Retreading a Specialty
At City Filling Station
DAN PATCH SPECIAL HOWSE
Made from quickly digested
Crushed Grains and Alfalfa and
Cane Molasses enough to aid di
.gestion and condition your horse
An unbeatable combination of
strength and energy producing
feeds upon which you can pin
your faith in results. It's the
most popular feed in America.
f you're not now feeding Dan i
Patch, try a few sacks and you
'will be onthusiastic n.bout it.
It is a complete feed, balanced
according to the best recognized
authorities for proper nourish- f
Sold by Dealers Everywhere "In t
Saw Tooth Border Bags"
Flour & Grain Co. r
Laureis - - S. C.
edy & Son
r M --q w%
ewelry are, if you make them
fill your requirements.
ourselves on our ability to
e looking for suggestions t'wil
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JONES NEWS *
Jones, April 23.-Rev. Humphreys,
of Ware Shoals recently conducted a
series of meetings in Columbia.
The friends of Tommie Jones will
be pleAsed to know 'that he is recover
ing. fr.'m (pneumonia.
'Mrs. Adger Cobb attended the U. D.
C. tneeting at Union as a delegate of
the U. D. C.'s of Ware Shoals. ,
The recent cold spell has material
ly damaged the gardens and fruit drop.
Sickness is quite prevalent in our
'We extoqd our. Warmest congraitula
:ions to M-r. Frank -Preston Jones and
MIiss Isabel Beacham, who were mar
-led on 16t1 inst and join with their
lost of friends in 'wishing them a long,
irosporous and: happy. life.
(Born unto, Mir. ahd Mr. Johnnie,
3rown, on 21st inst., a son. '
Messrs. John D. Sullivan and Quin
y Adams have promising gardens.
Mr. John Coc'bran has a fine crop oif
Mrs. 'W. T. Jones and 'her son, Wal
er, were in Greenwood Thursday.
The .Maddox school closed on the
5th inst, Mrs. 0. L. Graham was the
eachor and the patrons and pupils
aured her of their sincere apprecia
ion of her faithful and efficient ser
Sheriff Reid -and Deputy Owings, of
,aurens, were at Ware Shoals Wed
Our venerable friend, Capt. -Peter
iindsay, of Belton, visited his son at
Vare Shoals recently.
Dr. W. T. Jones is very grateful to
.11 of his friends, white and colored,
or recent kind favors.
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley, of Bradley. are
isiting the latter's parents, Mr. gnd
Irs. Albert Reeves.
The remains of J. T. Adams, Perry
lix and Louis Maddox, have arrived
rom France. They were very proniis
ng young men and -brave soldiers. The
enderest sympathy of everyone goes
ut to the sorely bereaved familie.q.
We recently met the following
riends: lion. W. J. Moore, lion. W. If.
l'icholson, Joe Aiken and .fr. Ecott,
f Greenwood; Oscar Henderson, of
.aurens; Robert Anderson, of Water
2o; and Jas. Henderson, of Branch
RE CO1 ME Ni A TIONS
le(retary of State Says He Did Not
Make Heeommnendations on imni
Washington, April 20.----A formal
talenient issued today by the state
epnrtment said that Seeretaty lughes
(id not make and did not intend to
tiake any recommendations whatever
egarding immigration" in transmit
ing to congress ralports from Ameri
'an government agents alproad dealing
';ith the movement of emigrants to the
'was stated in an Associated Pres
lispatch last night .that Mir. Ilughes
and made such a recommendation and
ie also was quoted as saying that "Ouit
restriction on immigrat'ion shouid be
so rigid that it would he impossible
For most of these people to enter the
United States," reference being made
'especially to Armenians. Jews, Per
sians Iad Russians."
As a matter of fact, that quotation
toppeared in a paraphrase of a report
from the American consul at 'rinli re
nlaig to1 people in that district, which
was among a number of similar re-.
ports transmittedl to the house and
enate immigration (onmmit tee by .\r.
iilughes after ('haman Jloh nson of the
house committee, had asked for infor
mation. on the subject.
Pub1)1icationi of extracts from the gov
(arniment reports was the sulrject of
dilscussion todlay in the house. Repro
sentativye Chandler, republican, New
York, who formerly was counsel in
the United Jtates for' Letvia andI '1th
uania, took exception to an oficial
government report which saidl that
Letta and Lithuanians seeking to leave
for the United States wete largely
people from 'the slums, the vast mia-|
Jor'ity of them "Jows of the undesir'a
blo type." Jie declaredl that whoever
madle that report "communicated to
this government that which is a'bso
".tnd There Wasnit the Slightest Smell
From Dead Rats"
Writes ,J-hn .Slmpkins, farmer of
Annandale, N. J. "Rats wvere costing
me hundreds yearly: traed dlogs, fer
rets, poi:'on. could1( not, get rid of thenm.
Uought $.27 pkg. oC RAT-HNAP (5
cakes) I'sed half Aet a live rat since.
I)'ad one.. aplenig,-' I like RAT-SNAP
he~'ausm~e after kl Ihing rats it dr'ies t hem
u: leave no smell." Thmuee sizes,
35c, i5c, $1.23. Sold and gumaranteen
lby JLaurenis lardware Co., Putnam
Irul 3t ore, and C. 10. K ennmediy & Son.
Habitual ConstIpation Cured
In 14 to 2l Days
"LAX-FOS WITH! PEPSIN" is a specially.
prepared Syrup Tfonic-Laxat've for Habitual
Constipation. It relIeves promptly but
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to Induce regular action. It Stimulates and
Regulates eVery Pleasant to Take. 60c
IV* '''-'' cr A A se . 61) t rete
We have selected a fe
ers" for the end of this
36-inch Shirting Silk, worth $2.50
and $3.00 per yard, . $1.50
(3 days only
36-inch Silk Poplin, worth $1.00
and $1.50 per yard, only . 66c
(3 days only)
36-inch Percal, good quality, 19c
27-inch best quality Dress Ging
ham, all new styles, only . 15c
36-inch good qualty Bleaching,
per yard, only . . . 10c
(3 days only)
27-inch Riverside Chambray. worth
20cts per yard, short lengths, per
yard, only . . . 10c
- cost of operati
mum there Is
desired in a ci
The Coupe ai
itses real beaui
The gasoline consur
The tire mileage
Y, AND SATURPAY
w choice ort a -
week. The values are
Athletie Shirts, woth $1.00,
oly . . . . t0e
Knee length Drawers to matoh 60e
Sealpax Undersuits, elastic non
binding back, worth $1.25, only
per suit . . . 75
Same garment for little brotger, 75c
Athletic Underwear for women;
just as comfortable is brgthers;
worth $1.50 per suit, only 75c
3 Doz. Middy Blouses, worth $2.50;
3 days only, each . . $1.50
on at the mk-..
little more to be
9 t0 those QURl
ty of design and
)ptionl is unusually low
is unusually high