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Old Reliable Mustang Liniment
SOOTHES while CURING
No Alcohol - No Sting - No Torture
Mustang Liniment is made of pure,
healing oils. When rubbed freely
into the hide, it penetrates nuscle
and tissue to the bone, thereby over
coming the ills of cattle, hogs, sheep,
mules, 'horses, etc.
Says I Lest-. Jacksonille Ga.
on n cow of mine that was suffering from
a caked udder. She was relieved in I day
from t 6ufferi and completely cured in
about 5 to 6 days.
John It. Fisher. New Berne. N.C.-"Oar
delivery horse was so badly stove up in his
fore leg and shouldertat we could not use
him. fy using Mexican Mustang Liniment
on hitohe was completely curd and re
stored to the best of condition."
FREE WITH 2c TRIAL BOTI.E
FREE - a olidbrass "Put-and.
Take" TODDL T '. Latest craze -t
one I Send 2Z5 cents in stamps or coin for
Trial Bottle 0 louseholdSize) Mustang in.
iment and get Toddle'fop absolutely free.
Lyon Mfg. Co., 41 So. Fifth N. lykn. N.Y.
Sold by Drug and General Stores
"The Good Old Standby Since 1848"
CHILD'S BOWELS WITH
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
Uu rry mother! Even a sick child
loves the "fruity" taste of "California
Fig Syrup" and it never fails to open
the bowels. A easpoonful todtay ruay
prevent a sick child tomorrow. If con
st-ipated, bilious, feverish, fretful, has
co)d, colic, or if stomach is sour, tongne
coated, breath bad, remember a good
ceiansing of the little bowels is often
all that is necessary.
Ask your druggist for genuine "Cali
fornia Fig Syrup' which has directions
for babies and children of all ages
printed on bottle. Mother! You must
asy "California" or you may get an imi
tation fig syrup.
Is That Cold and
Cough Hanging On?
YJOU will be convinced that Dr.
A King's New Discovery does just
what it is meant to do-soothes cough
raw throats, congestion-tormented
chests, loosens the phlegn, pack and
breaks the obstinate cold and gripp c
attack, relieves the congestion in the r
head. No harmful drugs, therefore
good for children as well as grownups.
' Right away you will notice the t
change for the better. Ilas a con- t
vincing, healing ta. te that you will
appreciate. Buy a bottle at any drug
gists on the way home to-night, 60c. t
For Colds and Coughs
Lazy People, Lazy Bowels. Don't
neglect constipation. It undermines
the health, takes all vim out of
you. D~r. King's Pills will invigorate
the sy'stem, stir tip the liver, move the
bowels. All druggists, 25c. t
D POMPT' WON'T GRIPE
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You'll get a i
piewhen you finc
jthe odd jobs of repal
around the farm the
a re not only "goc
Iexactly the right ti1
appropriate grade fc
pose is half the skill
nomical, too.) The ot
is insisting on Uy
because it lasts prac
you get the true "ti
-and therefore mean
worth of lumber.
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honest advice. So w
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MASONS LAY MAS
2linton, Dcc. 15.-Anid an elabor
ate ceremony and before nearly a
thousand spectators the Grand tLodge
of Ancient Free Masons of South Car
'lina in session here today laid the
cornerstone tor Clinton's New .Masoni,
The principle address of the occa
sion was made by Grand Master Sam
uel T. (Lanham of Spartanburg. It was
an eloquent and instructive one stress
ing particularly the duty of Masons
ats citizens. The laige crowd were
The ceremony was presided over by
Deputy Grand Master J. Campbell
Bissell of Charleston. Other promi
nent Masons who took a ipart in the
:cremony were Past Grand Master
Geo. T. Bryan of Greenville, Potentate
D). A. G. Outz of Greenwood, Grand
3ecretary 0. Frank Flart of Columbia, 4
District Deputy R. R. Nickels of Laiu
renis and others.
FIGI'TING TiE iHLL WEEVIL.
Intelligence, Courage and Optimism
Needed by Farmers.
Clemson College, 'Dec .-In spite
>f the efforts of scientists employed I
by the various Southern states and
,he United Sttaes Department of Ag- 1
riculture, and in spite of the various I
:limatic conditions encountered over I
the cotton growing states, the boll
weevil has annually extended opera-1
Lions, the advance line of this pest hav
ing moved entirely across South Car
slina, leaving the state infested from
the mountains to the coast. Fortu
niately for the farmers of South Caro- 1
ina, says W. W. Long, I)lrector of the i
FIxtension Service, we are able to draw
lessons from the experience of other
states over a ieriod of nearly thirty
years, the boll weevil having entered <
Texas In 1892. This should enable its'
to aveid many of the costly mistakes 1
that have been made over and over I
Again by the cotton growers of the I
statesf further west. I
Clemson Agmicultural College and I
,he United States )epartmient of Agri- 1
2niture have made ;occial studies of I
he boll weevil problem, co-operating I
with every -agency interested along i
his line. At frequent intervals re
iable information has been issued I
vith the view of keeping our -people 1
.horoughmly informed regardinq th(s c
)cst and the methods of 'fighting It. I
a 1916 the College was instrumental E
n organizing the South Carolina Boll f
Weevil Commission, which went into t
he infested states of Louisiana and
viississippi and studied the weevil at I
Irst hand under conditions similar to a
hose prevailing in this state. The, L
eport of the Commission issed by i
ilomson In November, 1916, as Bulle
in No. 20, containing practically all c
he reliable information of importance n
hat had been developned regarding. r
he boll weevil problem. This report b
and a wide cIrcurlation and was con- t<
ideredl to be so thorough and accu- '9
ate that the United States Senate d
miblished It in February, 1917, as a e
ienato Document. This Document I
R nlow available in revised form. Ma-' b
'y other bulletins, reports, and spec- t<
al articles deal-inig with specific phases e
f the p~roblem have been issued from 3
!me to time. The I~xtension Service, t
broumgh the county agent system, has n1
ept this information before the peole u1
onstantly. As a result the average
a rmer of South Carolina was wvith- I
'Y TiiK. Gl5ADE TIIAT FlTS rIiE JOB"
that for a lot of
rs or replacementf
lower grades of t
d enough," but
ing. Getting the
r the given pur
of buying. (Eco
her half of course,
>ress, of course,
tically forever - if t
de water," variety d
a double money 's
yard will give you
ANS for farm buildings.
lile, Fla. tbthse
YOfU. IF lI t
TONE IN CLINTON
LMusic was furnished by an excel
lent choir of 35 voices.
The procession preceding the cere
inony .was an elaborate one owith over
Lhree hundred Masons in full regalia
taking part. Many lodges from
points all over the Piedmont section
A the state were represented over 25
odges sending delegates to the cere
nony. It was the largest gathering
)f Masons ever hold in Clinton.
After the ceremony a supper was
served to over 400 Masons and at night
hey were the guests of Campbell
LUodge No. 44 A. F. 'M.
The M1asonic organizations promot
ng the new temple, the erection of
vhich has just begun, and the hosts
m this occasion are Campbell Lodge
4o. 4.1, A. F. M.; Win. Plumer Jacobs
htupter No. 54, R. A. M.; Musgrove
l'ouncil No. 40, R. & S. M.; James
larnie 'Parrott 'Chapter No. 9 0. E. S.
>ut doubt better informed in the prac
ical phases of this subject than has
)Jen the case in any other state at the
ime of the arrival of the 'boll weevil.
Other states have had this iprob
em to face, and while they suffered
everely they have demonstrated that
here are ways of dealing with the
)011 weevil problem. Cotton is being
,roiwn ill spite of the boll weevil. It
vIll be grown in South Carolina: in
ipite of the boll weevil. This is not
he time, therefore, to ipermit our
elves to become depressed and pes
imistie. Instead, we must study the
>roblem thoroughly and learn the
nethods and practices which enable
>ther farmers to produce cotton prof
tably under boll weevil conditions.
Before relying upon boll weevil in
ormation, we must be sure that 'it
omes from a source that can and
1oes dissei miate rvliable information.
ly studying information from relia
>ie sources and adapting it to our par
icular needs we can adjust ourselves
nuch more quickly and economically
o the new conditions enforced by the
oll weevil. We cannot rely upon in
ormation based on one year's eiper
ence with the 'weevil. The best in
oriation is that based on many years
if experience such as the states of
klabama have had. These states have
lad time to adjust themselves to new
Onditions and to adopt new farm
'ractices, whereas the newly infested
actions aire still floundering around
rom one thing to another 'in an effort
o find remedies for the boll weevil.
There is no single new crop which
'romisei to take the place of cotton
9 our money crop. There is no com
ination of crops which can be recom
iendod as a specific.
Experiment has shown that cotton
ontinues to be grown as the chieL
money croi> In the cotton states al
eady infested by thelweevil. It would
o well, therefore, for us to continue
> grow cotton, using the best 'boll
!eevil control measures, and to un
ertake the growing of new money
reps only on a conservative scale.'
lunging on new unknown moy caps
rings on problems that are as hard
solve as is the problemn of growing
otton under bell 'weevil conditions.
Ve must simply adapt ourselves to
lie changed asp~ects of farming and
meat new conditions with suitable'
Extension flulle6in -18, "Farming
nmder Iloll Weevil Conditions," has
eei nublished by the E~xtension Ser
ice to aidI in the light against the
o1l weevil. Tis. bulletin brings to
cther in concise form much of the in
>rmation that has been developed by
Line experience with the wveevil up to
bie Uresent time in the various states
ifestedl. Copies may be obtained
ronm county agents or from the Ex
ension Service, Clemson College. The
evised edition of the Report of the
ouith Carolina hell (Weevil Commis
ion maw be had from the same sourc
ON IS CJIiRED' WITHf
KILLING OF FATII ER
Camden, Dec. 16.--W. Hiamp Jorn
an, a inhite man, said to 'be arbout 50
ears of age, was shot and instantly
illed about one mile north of West
ille in this county, early Wednesday
Coyt Jordan, a lad of about 19 years
nd a son of 'the deaid man, was held
xday by a coroner's'jury charged with
ho killing. From the evidence pro
uced at the inquest it was testified
hat the p1(der Jordan came home in
n intoxianted condition and began a
ow with the family. lie is said to
ave slaipped one of the children and
ad his knife drawn in the act of at
acking another, 'when Coyt Jordan
rent outside the house with his'. shota
uin and 'fired at him through the glass.
'he load took effect in his right eye,
Illing him instantly.
It's the simplest thing in the wvorld
s use if'yomet and end catarrh.
Ireathe the medication through the
ittle inhaler in every putfit and you'
'ill get rellet at once. Money back
h iails. L'aurens Drugr Co.
From now until January 1st we are
making a special offer. on three Stude
baker Cars, delivered, that will rival all
One Studebaker Big Six
Regular Pi ice $2,250
One Studebaker Special Six
Regular Price $1,865
One Studebaker Light Six
Regular Price $1,295
Make It ,a Studebaker For
FULLER & VAUGHN
Laurens, S. C.
Your Christmas w
that we are baking the best fruit
>e baked. Ours have been found to
Place your order now, so that you
:ing fruit cakes in 2, 3 and 5 pound
pound cake at 40c per pound.
2 1-2 lb. sizes, in chocolate, lemon,
nut and pineapple, at 50c per cake
and Roll That Can Be Bought
'ry and Be Convinced
our Entire Christmas Dinner
From Our Store
BAKER AND GROCERi
LIKELY TO PA
Republicn Naiorities Behind Measure
All Participants to Be Tried In Fed.
Washington~, (Dee. 14.-The antk.
lynching bill, framed by the Republi.
can party as means of stdiking a blou
at the South, will very probably b(
enacted, as far as the house of repre
sentatives' is concerned, Saturday af.
ternoon. Although Democrats will
greatly impede its passage througii
the senate, its final passage Is appai
The Republicans have caucused and
agreed. The bill 'was introduced b)
Representative Dyer of Missouri, and
In teh beginning it was generally be
lieved that Republicans, with large
negro populations to cater to would
be satisfied with an active sponsorship
without insistence that it be written
into law. It develops today that the
Republicans are determained to put 11
through. The bill -would transfer all
cases Involving lynching from state tc
federal courts, would fine and Impris
on from five years to life any one par
ticipating in a lynching, would impris
on an officer lax in protecting a ipris
oner, and would fine the county in
w.hich a lynching occurred $10,000.
Democrats are fighting the bill stron
uously. They contend and believe
that it is unconstitutional in that it
wvarrants an invasion of state rights
by the federal government, although
it is probable that a section imprison
'rig an offmcer found guilty of with
holding protection is constitutionai,
Similar statutes obtain in Illinois,
Ohio -and South Carolina. They have
not decreased lynching. Representa
tive James F. Byrnes of South Caroli
na, leading the fight against the bill, de
clares that during the 11 years an an
ti lynching provision has been in the
constitution of South Carolina, the
lynchings have been only two less in
number than during the 11 years pre
No Worms In a Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worms have an un.
healthy colr. which indicates poor blood, and as a
rule, there Is more or i ess stomach distafrbance.
GROVE'S TASTELES CHILL TONIC given regu
farly for two or three weeks will enrich the blood.
Improve the digestion, and act as a general Strength
ening Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
throw of ,r dispel the worms,andth Childwll be
in perifect health. Pleasant to take. COWper bottle.
~ Don't forget
cake that can 1
meet the test.
will not be dis
~ Fruit Cake
We are ma1
sizes at 5Oc pe