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Take notice that on the . ith day of
J une, 121, we will rncilder a 1inal ac
count of our acts and doings as Execix
tors of the estate of G. W. Babb de
ceased, in the ollice of the Judge of
Probate of Laurens county, at II
('clock, a. in. and on the samte day will
a;pidy for a final discharge from out
tiust as lExecutors.
Any jelrson indebted to said estatc
I- niotilled andi required to make pay
inlnt on that date; and all person
havig (.laim1s against said e'state will
prem.;it ihem on or before said date
duly proven or be forever barred.
May 11, 1921. -13-5t-A
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Pr1 it4 r'and monev If PAZO OINTMENT fni3.
te.e eh.:ie, :,-, Ileedlug or Protruding Piles.
1:s::.my relieve 1ichrdt i es, and you can get
- ne-r the I i-t nonlication. Pric Mo.
The next time
you buy calomel
The perif'0iced and refined
caiornei tabt thztz at are
nauscaless, safe and sure.
M'edicinal virtues retain
ed and improved. Sold
only in scaled packages.
batter d'ial iB. A! Iye9 -;;n
to k:;ow ..t . . ':r
you bu, wi g - :
Wh': ' .: ?J~ Cla
WVillar c r ' '..; R Ther Eat..
nt rn ly:-mai
d~oe:' wz. r c'ckdyck
la::s t he bttey-.le:
Get at 'lne on' t rctuzil sr v
ingil~ ~jla, Ii:d Thradad 2-ib:er In..
W. Laurens St.
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CLE'AIN-'P WEEK IN CONGRESS
AI OF IE'Pt''HL'AMNS
Leaders liant to Disjiose of Important
31etsurets Durlir Next Two Weeks.
Washington, \lay 22.--A clean-ii
of pending important measures during
the next two weeks hs the aim of re
piblican1i leader's inl congress to Ive
the way for consideration of the per
malent tariff and tax revision, two of
the major subjects for which tle extra
setio WaS called.
The perinaieit tatiIY bill is oxi, ceted
to be reported by the house ways and
mueans coimittee early next month.
I'rotni1 ient amiong measures sch edil
ed for completion in the next fortnight,
are tie Knox peace resolution, thte
temporary tariff, the artiny and navy
aIppro priatonl hills, the Good-.le'o'
1miek il fori a federal Iudget systent,
and the deliciency appropriation meas
Ihelo peace resoltiontio is to be takeni
up by the hoits,' foreign arfair%; comi
tint tee early ti. weeck, but Cihairman
t'ortr d1,es ntt e yect a hous.e volt
lefo" next aweek. liotse htlders are
nit'd i; toward minetnlint ol tlie .n
of eac :n.trii of' realin: t he (Dr
14 - i I I ' I I~ t! Ik I I II
it ! .\Ar In war dec lar I:, on
: it alv a tt'isd l t re!'.m vi01 a to
tlnistnta!i:' rt lho: et't i.
a r :-. i ::l' :' il iy te iotie 'a t a l oi y
a fi.( 10't o ( lo n N'rtv l 1il
inu t::e b h u -end.T: :r
rr O'ki; t1va 6a at.al(a
c liboi :- th thrlo rm aun i cp
pri'Ii 'a l t lir::el: r 2:s wit th
bth o llo,.Is." d i!,a y i ll t n ,
r or''' Te d and<jo' th will sey l wl re
thine atck.., oai n toe n mral hi f t h e,
: y .-,. r? I to V l l'oe thcanl Wt the
tpre i l S iioes' it in ain;tug vi
er thate al hpo eava tas act iale l,
th I'mrat tninfli'nt fo(' itttt sa'' 0(21
Catlilf 'tttoinitilc. ihe it', adntion ro.I;
al1increvase the av wee rwoen by
Th(aronom piy: dvoente With continnue
thir attack ott the nav t al o h itt totnor
w w i an x n .I dd% it l a
. 'IcteI ii I I I I II. vi gof ' 1 4a i I 11 1fat'
at llorah .by(' n ina- IA) t o .1
i/;:en confer~ne bu his V'dopt'~vion was
virualy 'sstre Ila't welek whnd
oiinisrtio $ lad fe Wn thets Iu -
Th- rmy sply il. wt li om it
t~:'e proi',ion :nerens ia te regul:; ar
army froms if anaeag oft ''150,0'' men,~
tf ';.' at any. tie durin ;ftti('tx
WOME'N HIKERS START
ON (111013E TRIOT TOU1I
Dr. Einnm Curliss Tucker and M1is
31yrtle KIlg Off to Walk Around
World. Currying Canmpiug Outit.
Whieh includtes Four-Pound Silk
Tenttt to he Us1ed by lioaudsIide at
Two betrousercd figures shouldered
their ipacks at St. Paul and Thirty
four th st reets e'arly yesterday, ready
to leave Blaltimore for a "roulnd-the
With nothing but road and sky in
And nothing . . . to do . . . but go,
roft ly quttoted the elder one, with light
hair and blue eyes.
I er subIrnIII ed face Slightly fluslied
and rowl cyc5 looking oilt 11ponl the
"road, winding mile after umile." the
you nger onte anowceed:
So, it's heat it, ho, while your feet at:e
Take a look at the whole lnited
And then "they beat it." these two
advetitur'-loviing wonien-Ir. :Jima
(ut Tucker, I .New }i(nglandver anid
fornie ,l-1 r1ofessor. at (lllhervolte
a natVve of ()regoil, who was gradu
tId fr(m Cou.h1r iast yea. .
h:ve ; z out to travel en foot erows
the con''11-11 lirstt ".11d Owln ito
Isoth wore rea ..h wakn.u*:.Ir
I1'. 11(lOt It I rm s( ':, w ith Ill ::t y
1 000 'A'1) a.ii c.all anld -oft b iw
I rh. .a dsk::: .s c ek 4) f 1 1 t
be . T'., a h llng al ove." :,- f tr ri
n : is tht firs t T er
. i te 1in (,h v v r, i .- a v ,1t4ran'
Ialkor. 1 .:1,t year she iked wih1 :
co ila~io1to Florida, pudt ha - h.:.d
"A in the gfrenfort citivs
/its own hone town--tht
Tirm use-r rots lrvosh. Ivc
te sid tat h telve
oruin trciMont all
road sUas. Itps
hansoes. ne byoull
Fabric Tr ietg
ct o r
enerd herself to "roughing it" by long
i)eriods of farming on Western ranch
es. She is a .born "tramp," site con
fesses, and( as she set out, carrying a
heavy rubber-covered "blanket roll,"
she looked as though there was little
she could not endulre. 1er stit con
sisted of a dark blue flannel shirt,
open at the neck, and brown cordu
roy trousers, woolen socks and stout,
soft walking shoes.
In the "blanket roll" were sweaters,
coats, swiuining suits, a pocket cai
era and a i4 1-2 pound silk balloon
tent, for the two hikers' propose to
make the fields, the Woods or the side
of the road their 'homne night after
night during their Journey. The tent
is provided with a rubber cover alnd
wateijproof floor coveriig.
No fluffy frills, "pletit' hats," pow
(er- puffs or other "requisites'" of a
girl's wardrobe are includel In thelt'
Iacks. The clothes are tile shaplest
possible. As Dr. 'I'ueier cxpilainmed:
"'e a1r talkiig only the clothes you
;ee on ItUs."
"I Never Kmn'w You Could Keep Rats
Out of a filnicher Shap[."1
W.'i.t Ralph Watkinssays: "lig
red ts around sAtore had (nough to
ud 0n; wolidn't tochi(l In thi:;; u
piclous. ii cIard about 1AT-SNAP,
oie it I ia1. 115sults were wonder
Il. 'l'a:ned ali rats out in ten days.
I Ms ab ' 011. ri n..ht rn1i da'y never
1.2.. ld 1 n( d ; 111, OIlted by
I ,aurt:ens i,1rd'ware ('a., P'utn::m lDrug
S Iue, a C. E. Kenn1dy & 8n.
Money Uct: without qkIrstio t
i I-UiT'S GUARANTELJ
SKIN DISEA4t1 REMEDIES
(1-1int'6 Salve-and Sopo),fnil in
the trjntazrtnt of Itch, Eczemu,
Ringjdem,.Tetter cr other itch
ing hikin dicesee. Try thio
treatment t t our ri.
til nu1m s M Sori
h!eir tire exeineshdbe
>its," "scotne lns n
tocks. S oo.rltnal
nol asa ta ogets l the cut
ts o noawl, c'dopletly
khi ofUt ire ines-hod erns
tedscniud lnSi n
Aedk. Soonorle, erl
EUREKA C~iit DiRUC ~ h
Wko . S . Tiesholern
Red Devil Lye gets rid of bad
smells of every kind. Use it
in toilet, chamber or out
house, on garbage, in the sink.
Wash out the ice-box with
water made soft with Red
It kills smells! It disinfects.
Apd it helps get rid of flies.
Flies spawn in filth... Red
Devil Lye dries up filth, and
withers the fly-eggs before the
vile pests can hatch. Fight
the fly with Red Devil Lye.
Let it keep your home clean,
sweet and sanitary.
Always keep the handy can handy
for everyday household tasks. UFe
it washday and save tiresonc toil.
Let it get your dishwashing done
casier. It softens water wonder
fully-makes hardest water like
rainwater. It helps in countless
ways-and it costs so very little.
WM. Schiold Manalfacturing Co.,
St. I.ouio, Mo. Siftop k?(T % contents
noiast awb tr.v .
YOUR CROCER SELLS IT
cr on Trst n ~w
Not mnerely for the heavy car, but for
the medium and light-weight car--a
full selection of size, tread and typo.
* * *
Your U. S. Tire dealer can give you
this cervic3 because of the service he
gets; fro~m his ncighboring U. S. Factory
Blranch. There aro 92 of these Branches.
Eachi gets its share of U. S. Tires, so
thc.t the dea!cr is alvrays supplied with
fresh, live stock.
U. S.Tires sell as fast as they are made.
There is no over* production. No sur
plus pi!2cd up waiting for a "market.''
VWherever you buy a U. S. Tirc
you h-iv a tiro cf current prcoduct ion,
a full of life and value as the day it
left the makers.
b Rubber Company
CO., Laurens S. C.
L WVatrloo. S. C.