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"Bats Pass Up All Other Food For
One Meal of RAT-SNAI"
Their first meal of RAT-SNAP is
their last. Kills in fcv minutes. Drien
i) the carCass. Rats killed with RAT
SNAP leave no odor. RAT-SNAP comes
in cake form. Break into small ipicc
es, leave where rats travel. No mixing
with other food. Cats or dogs won't
touch it. Safest, cleanest, surest rat
an(1 mice killer. Three sizes, 35c, 65c,
$1.25. So1d and guaranteed by Lau
rens lardware Co., Put naun Drug Store
and C. E. Kennedy & Son.
.Juis As ni Flor (alluses. Muioe
hack it It aLils
Thirty serotab afterc yout toul2(i thle
(1rn with thk iquid corn reovi' he
jbbina ta g iin ' it .for
Simple As A, B, C,
No corn, hard or soft, is too old 01
too deeply rooted to resist "Gets-it
1 mine11cdiately it dries and shrivels, the
edges looseln froin the true flesih and!
S001 'ou canl peel it right off with
yourl linl'rs as painlessly as you tri1In
You1 n ils.
Don't. coddle corn posis. Don't nur2S2Ie
and pamiper then. Doni't cut and trim1
themu. R E.\hOVE them with "(ETS
11'". Costs a trille at ally (r1ug stole.
.\dfd. hy K. lawr1ence & 0).. Chicago.
Sold il 1Laurens by i2alrelns .Drur;
Co., IPutn1amns Drug Store.
'1 1 ~ hecd when2Y
w ad hiou:
for / separtors.
ui' tell you t.he
W. Laurens St.
MAY (Er BIG FUND
TO HANDLE COTTON
.1ann11ing Goes to 3eetilng fin New Yoli.
Ei'forts to Help.
The State, Sunday.
Riclhard I. Manning, president of the
American Exports and Imports cor
ioration, left. yesterday for New York,
,where he will ieet with bankers, man
ifacturers, exmorters andi cotton men
from all sections of the country with
the aim in view of presenting a con
crete proposition to the war fInance
corporation for the advancing of funds
by Ithis Corporation to handle the cot
.\lr. .i\anning is a member of a com
iittee to framie and present to dhe
wvar finlanCe, Corpor0ation a dolihtite,
contcret' and fea)ible -11an for tle id
aneinig hu loans. If tie tcominiittee is
ale to coniv:neve thle corporati!on that
it lS the right plan sevecal niillion
dolla'- vill be lo.i ietd for the handling
of thet cottonl crop. it was annlounlc l
yesterday.1Th1 the colutnittee andl
the New York mieeting will be able to
conlvince thI corporation is regardedi
1; ratlically certain by thoe in
touch with the s-itiation). 'Iie war
liiaiiie eoorioration havs atinoinced
Hit it will iet tile cointiittee half
ay n any souiinl proposition and will
ji:mohaily advance consierable sIlls
for t he exportation of cotton.
Advancemnent of the work of the
American I..,xports and iinlPoIts cor
Poration has been extreinely satisfac
tory to those interestcd, more than
A000 bales of cotton having been
handled since the organiation of the
corporation, ,000 of these being
bouglit last week. The great bulk of
this cotton has been exported to
lIlurol pan countries. Directors of the
corporation met last yeek and went
over tlese tigores, being pleased at
the showi ng made.
Tle (oli:oration is increasing its
work and the neC'ssity for an inl
ciased cap tal stock as well as tile
paying ilt of previous sulsriputilons
is said to he ililintdiate. TIthe directors
nOl' Illicte that both the war inan
vorporaition 'Ind the Pcderatl interna
thional llkilog t-icoimany of New (Ii-i
lcans hale tx ir stl a wi lin to
!(,Ic llans to tih colmoatio I'f
: r dv itol ' I - a la r o n -
n ) l, ! bm ff t i
l lu'\' d 111(1\lhe hl o u b i t
* * * * * * * * * * * *
:p 1 ll. a r ti into r 1r1id with o1 h
tainlineg sd Of (lotton1 !411, th. faI'
nile herj' na lntS, \l v. aiit .iis. \\t Ji.
Xlxiti a ongraI ~tulat. i to aIr
"li O.,e arilni .\lssa huloiaitieuLi.
actin an ir. i L tnta.- i i t. il oig
.1 .lati'sv (O ', liniaiit i r It ret tod l
Ce f t ly maired
l'ayhing te highets itrice for cottonl
ai11 nd i ringC it !lriom every3'ii dirt
eetly iiinglin4 w..ith it'hativt. anti
Our warmi frhend, .\ir. W. II. I'ilts, of
.AIr. Grlover Adams is supler'inteniling
I lie bullliing oIf sone stoires fior l'tof.
The friends of' MIr. Win. U )odson, a
vter'ian of the Civii War, will be glad
to he'ar'll that' is enjoying t'xcellenit
We irecen thy met the following
frli endos: D r. .\ arshl l and L. C. Crai1g,
of Oreiinwood; Carli Funller' anid Joe
S immIlS, (If Water'loo; Jtoi ihn llgens)
and Wmn. Terry, of Laureins; Mendloza
IIiggins of Cokesbuiry; Etugene Arnoild,
of Ahhbeville, and Young Godfrey, of
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 O-PEN-TRATE
SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and
Croup ia enclosed with every bottle of
HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
should be rubbed on the chest and throat
of children suffering from a Cold or Group.
The healIng effect of Hay es' Healing Honey in
side the throat combined wit h the healineg effect of
(Gove's O-Pen-Trate Salve through the pores of
the sk in soon stops a cough.
Bioth remedies are packed in one carton nd the
cost of the combined treatment is 35c.
Just ask your druggist for HAYES'
BUT ONE TAX ON
AUTO IN STATE
Columbia, .ay 3.-A situation that
may result in the outlawing of
munelipal licensing of -automobiles and
automnobile dealers has developed in
correspondence betAen the State
Highway Department and oilicials of
the Automotive Trades association, of
Charleston The opinion has been ex
pressed b,- oflcials of the highway de
partmetint that the licensing of motor
veileits by a municipality is in viola
tion of -the state highway act, which
stat e that tile state liceisett shall be
in lieut of %I.1 other license". This opin
lon from the attorney general.
The highway departient is in I
evipt of an Inqluiry from Secretai-y
m.;ith of Ihe Char -leston .\itoliolive
Trades association. askini: if t-e
(,ity of CharlestoAi caln require a ii
celise for tlie operation of a motor
wt hc, when the te te Ie:ltiIres a ii
celise ale. .1l r. Smith t tha inI
Chales-tol till Ieels( le n a one-tion
truck, for example, is $16. The driver's
lice';e plale is .-A Cents, makiig Ite
fee for o:enating the truck in Char
Ies ton SIG..50. The staite licese fee on
the same tiuick is $11.2.', making a
total fee for operation of (t vehicle
The State highway department has
advised the Charleston automotive as
sociation that as the state law states
that the state license Is "In lieu of all
other state, county or muici li I Ielis
es. tle opinion is held that the city of
Charleston has no right to Charge the
municipal license. J. D. Salley, of
Aiken, has also recently made in(1uiry
on the same point, regardling i his couni -
ty and the attoriey general's opinion
renleredl for mr. Salley is said to have
conveyed the same view.
it is likely that this imatter will get.
into the cotis for a 1inal decision.
Tle state highway department hals
a,hout coinlileted plans for the ap
piu-lhes to the two big steel ridges
fior1 which colitract Will it let within
a f-W Wcks, these over tle Santee aild
)h I 'n l Ii'. T r - t of I Iese a p
xro es v ill Ibe Imlg. than iof the
I wid 1): thlIIselves for wlhich (.4ilntratst
r iceived for .w-viral irhiliprojet;; ini
r I e a its o f he t I i h I I t
ti'l.! 4, w w1 'hs
T N .S :.31O I
1111:1n Bal 1 I v ' 41E ftWIllT1 :
mnl'. 31urder, 'hken frnti ,Jail and
WKniwv . b S. .-1ry lioin
m-m", w a: lynehed! 8 ati* Iar day niih at
!luntic~ vif e n. u e ifiy arwnwd
nwi foredi 111 ir way into ti Scitt
couny jal, sind olilw n d tlh nw
h I t i r- a - q ut ii:r of a mtil away.
Unli: w char! r--d with ti mur
derof i-rs. Mary .Iani llarne:m. aPIed
::0 i.i wa-shot aind inst ainly k iiled
at h14er hml e .1.ay :". ier hi iand. Wil
lam hirnaiess. aiv'ed Ni0, was kitled bpy
I hli-n abhout I ix monithus agio. TheIo vie
tini of thei iiih stood t rial at thi- .\aith
ti-ri of (-iriit eourit fur this murider,
but a istrial reisulted-i. Ii' wa-s cap
tiuid .\.1: I. .-ren a urelimiinary- hiear
in.. beforie Sqirei Tierry in cetiiectioni
with I their scijton murder andi i bonil ov'
pr toi the ntex. ti-irm pi irit court.
.\ r.I arm-i s-: wa.s k ille-il in i lie pres
i-ne oif 8olinar'.s miothr. .\lrs Nanic
.1. tholing0. w5 -llt0, hi s inephew' , aged
I I. S-he wvas a fur-mi-r siste--ini-law~
of t hi mob's viim. iil-hin thle widlow
To Cure a Cold in One [Day
Take' J.A XATIVE IiROMO) QUININE (Table'ts.) It
istoii the u g anditl e nd ~iiuaichei and womrksi oif thei
Cold.l I. W. GRIOV E'S rdintureu in eatch box. 30ie
Makes Flies Quit!
Red DetviI Lye
dlefeats the filthy .,
fly. lilies cannot
breedl where it is |a
stay where it is
used. Flics carry
filth on their feet,
briunging disease 's
into your home.
Put Red Devil Lye
in toilets, in privies,
on garbage... wher
ever smells start. It
diestroys germs, pre
vents foul odors. /
Your Grocer i t
Sells It --aca
\Sure is SIrongf
~. SOIIEL MFo. co.'
Reduces Tire Prices
20 Per Cent
The B. F. Goodrich Company makes this
readjustment of tire prices to meet new con
ditions and to benefit all tire users. This
Goodrich Silvertown Cords
Goodrich Inner Tubes
At City Filling Station "Oldest--Strongest--Best"
Busy men and women find the
good Maxwell profitable in
every-day business and home
activities. It both saves and
earns because of its low cost
Touring Car . ?995 Coupe .* . $1595
Roadster . . 995 Sedan .* . 1695
F. 0. Bi. Factory, war tax to be added
Carolina Auto Co., Inc.
Phone 404 ~aurens, S. C.
1M AXW.E LL