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PROFi'l' BY Tl'ls
Don't Waste Another lny.
When yOu are Worried by backache;
Ily lameicness an1d iarum my disorders
l)on't experiielit with an1 tntried
Follow Laurens people's exaiple.
Use Doan'n Kidney Pills.
Hiere's Laurens testilmony.
N7"ifv it if yOU wish:
Mrs. E. L. Swain, Sullivan St., says:
"A iew years ago my kidneys were in
had condition antd my back was lame
und weak, causing ine considerable an
noynce. I used Doan's Kidney Pillils at
this time and they entirely cured me of
the attack. I use Doall's Kidney Pills
occasionally and they ward off any
more attacks of this trouble. I advise
kit"' '- it'erers; to try this remedy."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy--get
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mirs. Swain had. Poster-Milburn Co.,
.\lfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
NOTICE OF HALE
1y virtuo of an Execution to me di
rected in the case of .\tinter Co., Plain
tiff against the American Railway 11x
press Co., Defendant, commanding me
to srtisfy the judgment in the said
cause out of the personal pmroperty of
the said American Railway 10xpress
Co., the judgment debtor, within the
aforesaid County, I have levied on the
following 'escribil 1 roperty of the
said American Railway li'xpress Co.,
tho judgment debtor, within the coun
ty of Laurens, to Twit:
One (1) lock afe, steel.
One (1) typewriter.
One (1) adding machine.
'Pwo (2) table desks.
One (1) paper or stationery case.
All of which is now in the oflice of
aid American Railway lexpress Co.
office at Laurens S. C.
And I will sell to the highest bidder
at public outcry on the Court House
steps, at Laurens, S. C., terms cash, I
the said property (4o levied upol to
satisfy the aforesaid 1xecution and
costs), on Monday, February 6t'h, 1922,
during the legal hours for such sales.
S. C. R11ID.
Thei Medcin ci
Idri ing bcaaterisicnuy ofe
f olster thoy leru thre alotted
athlvre sco, marsn ad (selogk
beoao compoun th o dayta fre non
utoea--wtha6uasfthea knvownh over.a
anfld Bowelf Complanty-ntcanl
formuyla In athdie ad investorIganedth
latxaivr, Mond cainteme and ina
bcoao covind toay hermin faun
wastontta-tta thentac on hcowlys,
butr thatis Mdircin for tomavio, I an
datc adwe Coplt esstmo. t r
Forc may deito heat pthat he wor
lnotithorough enouhte n the aktionom
* amny ainu tnha teir mallintfe,
wno, hat therdi ot act o on the wl
lowrasticg etie, and pethsytmo tha they;
almost invariably produced a habit re
quiring augmented doses.
I believed that a preparation to produce
the best effect itait first tone the liver,
then act on the stomach and entire alimnen
* tarysystem. If thie was accompulished, the
medlino wonld produce a mild, but
thoroug eliminatlo of the wasto without
the nsal siokenI n senifuions, and make
the user feel better at once.
After orperimenting with hundreds of
different compounds, I at last perfected the
formula that is now knowrn as Nfatur'e
Ulqmedy, which I teuig believe goes furthe r
- - - Lalrels Drt
2 ,~,- et
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* IID~LES 01, DFIELI) NIN'S*
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Itidlesl Old Field, .kan. It.- -.iss Ida
lrurns atui ..lMr. Egr)It M. Riddle were
married Jantary Sth, Rer. I. N. Ken
nedy, of Ora, performing the ceremony.
The young 'bride is a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. I. Burns and 'has been
clerking for some time with J. C.
Burns & Co. The groom is a well
known farmer, of this commuinity.
Mr. John Burns, who has 'been crit
leally ill with pneumonia, is reoported
to be some betbter. Ills iother, Mrs.
Albert Burns, is at his biedside. We
hope Mr. Burns will soon bo out again.
.Ir. and Mrs. II. A. Hlolcombe's little
baby Alice Ituth, is very ill. She has
symlptomns of pneumonia. -We hope the
little one will soon be on the road to
Mr. Raymond fBurns was the guest
>f -his cousin, Miss Blanch Rho(les,
Mr. Fred Walker, of laaurens, was a
receiit guest at A.ir*. A. W. Rthodes.
Mrsi .. 11. Garrett returned home
Oriday after a week', visit at the ibed
mido of her mother. She reports her
Mr. J. 7. Rhodes spient Friday night
Mi-0-Na makes your stomach feel
ie, stol)s belching, heart burn and all
liscomfort in a few mintes. Guaran
eed by Laurens Drug Co.
No Worms In a Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worms have an un
icalthy cokor, which Indicates poor blood, and asu
ule, there is more or I ess stomach distifrbance.
;ROVE'S TASTELESS-CHILL TONIC given reg
arty for two or three weeks. will enrich the blood.
mprove thedigestion, and actas ageneral Strength
ning Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
hrow off or diapel the worms, and theChildwillbe
a nerfect health. Pleasant to take. 00c per b'otle,
biest For 20 Years
and doen more than any laxativ:> on tihe
market today. The thousands of letters
from umrers have convinced meo I wis right,
and that tho user of Nature'a Remedy as a
fam.ily mnedicino, oven though ho may have
used it for twenty-fivo years, ncver hac
to increaso the doso.
7.ry knowledge of medicino and t'.o e
m:!1!in of its uso in my own family and
amnn my fricndm, before I over offered it
for salo, caused me to have groat faith in
Ilaturo's Iicmedyj frorn the very first.
And now as I find rayrelf nearing tha ago
when X mauct low to the inevitable and go
to another li,, raiy vreatest, pleasuro 10 to
a!t cach day am:d road the letters that erch
mail brin gs frm people ac old or older
than I, who tell of having used Nature's
Reomedly for ten, fifteen and tweonty years
andt howm they and their childen and
grandchildren have been bonofitted by it.
It is a consoling thought, my frlends, for
a man at my age to feel that aside fromi
lis own success, one hana dono something
for his fellow man. My greatest aat'sfac
tion, my greatest happiness today, is the
knowledge that ton ht more th an one
smillon people will tatlc a Nata' Fnmedp
(Nil Tablet) and will be bete, ealthier
happier people for I6. -I hope .yog wll
be one of them.
A. H. LEWiS ME'DIOfi'(E 'O,
ST. LOUIS, Mo.
g Co., Lagrens, S. C.
A mierlean-aanese Situation Im
proved, Says Kate. CrItics are Silent.
(New York, Jan. 14.-The advance
ment of American-Japanese friendship
has beon signally promoted by the
Washinigton conference, Admiral Baron
Tonosa-buro Kato, senior Japanese
delegate to the conference, said to
night in an address before the Japan
"In a few short weeks," he added,
"we have dissipated the clouds that
marredi the naturally clear and happy
skies of the Pacifie."
"Two months ago," Daron Kato con
tinued, "we heard loose talk of pos
sible war. Today, we are contemplat
ling an established peace. -Early in
November the newspapers frequently
used such phranes as 'conflict of in
terests,' 'supremacy of' the seas' and
'menacing aggressions;' today they
are talking more, in terms of 'under-'
stand,' 'accord' and 'cooperation;' and
the principal criticism of Japan nowa
days is that she does not agree (luite
so quickly as you make proposals for
"Nor is this, my friends, only
phraseology. Citics may say that
such declarations as we have been
making in -Washington were made a
hundred years ago at Vienna, and
subsequently at The Ilague, and there
fore will 'amount to nothing. But that
is not the case, for very definite rea
sons. In the first place, the several
nations represented in 'Washingtd4
have given, -by the concessions they
have made to the views of others,
tangible demonstrations of the earn
estness of their intentions. Unless
the spirit thait actuates the people of
these nations were deep-rootel In sin
cere desire, these concessions would
not have been possible. Fortunately,
the interests and the desires of the
greater nations of the world are 'in
accord; otherwise, the scrapping of
hundreds of thousands of tons of
fighting ships would not be practica
ble or acceptable.
"I want particularly to draw your
attention to one fact. An effort has
been made for a number of years to
present Japan to you as a military
nation designing to dominate the Pa
cifle. Some of us Japanese have tried
to disabuse the minds of those who
Nwere wont to believe this calumny, but
with niany the charge remained un
refuted up to the present conference.
Within these recent weeks, Japan, by
acceptih.g the 5-5-3 ratIo has given
evidence which only the weak minded
will in future dispute and at the same
time this ratio is also assurance that
you have no intention of assaulting
us. We have never aspired or Intend
ed to challenge the security of Amerl
ca or her far-ranging possessions; we
have sought only security for our
selves. Never have we desired war
certainly never a conflict with the
nation that is the 'greatest purchaser
of our goods and at the same time the
most powerful naval factor on the Pa
Admiral Kato declared that the
naval agreement to limit to the con
struction of offensive or cap~ital ships,
although It does not 'totally destroy
the 'physic-al equipment for war at
sea, (lees effectively remove from the
relations of the gr'eat naval powers
the dlistrust attendant on naval comn
petition. This means, he said, not
only economic relief from a heavy
burden of taxation, but an even more
-important spiritual relief. "This re
via fdecencry in thme world ," ho add
of laws govern ingi time us-e (of submam
rines, the decision of the nations not
to develop their Pacifle bases, and the
evident dletermnination generally to re
strict arms andl threat of arms."
Five Hundred Bales Begin Long
.Journey to E'uropean Mills In
Anderson, Jan. 14.-A cotton parade
was held in Anderson today. F"ive hun
dred bales of cotton loaded on wag
ons and trucka .brought from every
part of .the county were in line. There
were about 30 wagons and as many
trucks. Leading the 'parade was e,
four mule team 'wit'h a wagon with
eight bales of cotton, and driving this
team was the man who is respouisible
for this evidence that Anderson coun
-ty hmas cotton, Joseph J. Pr~metwell.
A moving picture -was taken and it
will be nhown in many states.
This cotton will be shipped to C'o
lutnbia to 'he compressed for ship
ment. Then it will -be son1t to. Charles
ton and will be on the way to Cezcho
RlovakIa by the middle of next week.
This is thme seconid shipmnent of cot
ton from thie' county. A few weeks
ago Mr. Pretwell sent 510O bailes, and
this shipment wvill be 500 )rales, farm
era from every section of the cotthty
furnishing the cotton.
Prehistoric River. .
A Tbrech engin'er ela fmn to have
discovered.eCvidence' flhat a great river
once flowed nlorthwar'd ncoss the Sa
hara desert into tile Medifterrantean
son and was 'lin'ed wvith prosperous
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* . . * *a a a a w a . .; a
Clinton, Jan. 10.-Mr. W. J. Bailey
returned Saturday from New York
where lie has 'been on business for the
past two weoles.
Mrs. Tom 'Robertson and daughter,
Margaret, of Chmrlotte, are the guests
of Mrs. J. T. Robertson.
Mlis3 Mary Clary returned Sunday
from Gaffney, where she s1pent the
week with her mother.
Dr. and Mrs. S. C. 'Hays spent Sat
urday and Sunday in Spartanburg with
Dr. and Mrs. John 'P. Glenn.
Mr. J. F. Jacobs, Sr., left Saturday
for New, [York where he will spend
several days on business.
Mrs. L. B. Dillard delightfully en
tertained the "Merry Wives" and a
few frionds last Friday afternoon. Af
ter several game8 of Rook the hostess,
assisted by AMrs. McFadden served a
tempting salad course and hot tea.
.ir. and -'2fs. J. 1. Coleman enter
tained a numbor of their friends at a
Bridge supper Ilast Wednesday even
ing. Those -present were Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. 'Chandler, Mir. and -Mrs. W. P.
Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. Reece Young,
Mr. and 'irs. W. B. Owens, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. Prizngle Copeland, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Copeland, Dr. and \-Irs. S. C.
Hays, Dr and Mrs. Jas. R. Copeland,
Misses Dorcas Mason and Irene Curlee
and Dr. T. J. Peake.
Mr. J. F. Jacobs, Jr., spent Monday
in Union on business.
Irs. Roger Coo and littlo daughter
left Monday for their home in Rome,
Ga., and were accompanied by her
mother, M-Irs. Hale Shands, and sister,
Mrs. Tom Carson.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Copeland on
tertained the followinig guests at a
lovely dinner party Tuesday night: Mr.
and irs. J. I. Copeland, Mr. and Mrs.
T11. 1i). Copeland, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Copeland, M-Ir. and Mrs. J. M. Pitts,
Mrs. Ir. A. Copeland and Mrs. '. A.
Mrs. W. P. Jacobs delightfully enter
tained the "Tuesday Club" last week
After a-n hour of fancy work and con
versation the hostess served a delicious
salad course to the following guests:
Mesdamies Reece Young, Kenneth Bur
dette, J. F. Jacobs, Jr., G. A. Copeland,
W. B. Owens, Ji'., Pringle Copeland
and John T. Young.
The Bridge Club met last week 'with
'Mrs. W. B. Owens, Jr. After several
gaies were played the :hostess served
a salad course and hot tea.
Mesdames. M. A. Hays and W. B. Ow
ens, Jr., entertained a number of their
friends last Tuesday evening at a tea.
Those present were Mesdames Geo. A.
Copeland, D. W. Mason, L, B. Dillard,
J. F. Jacobs, Sr., P. S. 'Bailey, C. M.
Bailey, Rt. E. Jones, Jack Young and
Misses Clara . Duckett and Connie
Mrs. R. S. F. Giles entertained a
number of her friends at a lovely
course dinner last Wednesday.
(REW RE8CUED AFTER
TWO DAYS WITHOUT FOOD
Now York, Jan. 15.--Without food
and water foi' two days and duinig
that time lashed to the cabin hateh of
their water-logged craft to prevent
them being washed overboard by
mountainous seas, Capt. V. Mi. Cole
and seven members of the crew of the
Ameirican schooner James M. W. Hall
arrived here today on the steainsip
West 'Canon, which rescued, them 250O
miles southeast of Cape May, N. J.
Virtually abandoning 'hope of ever
being picked up -alive, the ship
wriecked ci'ew used its remaining
(try match Friday night to set fire
to a dishpan of gasoline in a last
desperate attempt to make known
its plight. The resultant flare was
seen from the West Canon, bound here
from Java, which immediately headed
for it and took off the men, who were
suffering from cold and hunger.
The schooner, which left Chairleston,
S. C., for Boston January , 5, with
a can~go of lumber, was abandoned.
She registered 491 tons and was own
ed in Boston. Captain Cole said'- he
encountered heavy gales and rough
seas eoon, after leaving Charleston.
They increased -in force and became
so violent on the tenth thait the ves'
sel sprung a leak and began to fill
with 'irater. All hand. were put to
'work at the pumps, but they 'could
make little headway ibecause of the
terrific pounding to which the craft
was subjected. Finally, conditions be.
came so bad that the captmai ordered
all men to lash then'tselves to the
hatch of the cabin, whtbh was the on'
ly part of the dock structui'e to remarin
above the wsurface, i'o:cept for brief
intervals when a mnen would riskc the
fury of the sons to send up distrear
signals,'they remained thrat way for
Itwo dlays and -nighmts '-with nothing to
Lfln' Building Liii.,
If all the hose and 15( bi)ilings in
London were placed side iby 51(de 1n a
lohig line thmey would reud neroga~ thiO
tifrte *ieflt' e)4diod'its A'f - 'itti'~ope.
As'ia am1 Ame'rln.--''imaklyn I~nagle.
For the Defece.'
'let uty not he uiinreaolinble. People
went crw,.y before stlere eio any
nwatln tctur Euima,.-rastinad
LANTERS F TI IZER
DOUBLES YOUR YIELD
The prosperous'farner is the one who real
izes that to get every ounce possible out of
his land he must put into it the elements
cssential to crop growing.
Whcn his soil is deficient in plant food he
must remedy it if his crop is to be successful.
PLANTER'S FERTILIZER will do this
for him. It has just the right proportion of
Phosphoric Acid, Ammonia and Potash so e
necessary to exhausted soils.
Your order placed now will inqure you
against delayed delivery. Every bag is
stampted with our Giant Lizard Trade -
Mark. This is for yourprotection-look for
it and be sure you get PLANTERS.
Planters Fertilizer & Phosphate Co.
Charleston, South Carolina
There's an Agent in
T $Your Town
Both Seller and Buyer,
Are Tired of Credit
Let's get together on a cash basis. Ev
ery day is bargain day with us. Look
these over and pay us a call.
Libby's Finest Dessert Peaches, per can . .... .... .38c
Libby's Rosedale Dessert Peaches, per can ..........33c
Silver )ale Dessert Peaches, per can .............. 25c
No. 1 Pineapple, sli-ced or grated, 'per can ...... .... 170
No. 2 Pineapple, grated, .per can ................. 28c
No. 2 Pinea.pple, whole sliced, per cin ................30c
No. 2 1-2 Pineapple, whole sliced, per tcan .... ...... . 34c
20e can Cocoanut . .,. ... .. ... .... ... ... .14c
1 lb. can Cocoa Pudding ........... . .... 54e
1.-2 1b. can .Bakers Cocoa ............ ... 23c
1 lb. can Bakers Cocoa .... .... .... .... .... .... ..440
35c value Extract of Lemon or Vanilla .... ...........28c
1 lb. can pure ground Black Pepper 35c
Arm & Hamnmer Soda, 6 for .... .... .... .........250
Small Octogan Soap, 6 foi' 25o
Large Octagon Soap, 7c, 15 'for ...... .... .... .... .$1.00
Red Devis, Giant or Star Lye, -per can .............12c
40e value box Soap and Washing Powders, for .... ....25v
Prunes, per pound .... .... ..... .... ... .. ..171-2c
Peacies, per pound .... .... .... .... .... .... ...20e
Premier Salad Dressing, large .... .... .... .... ....39c
11-4 pound jar Peanut Butter .... .... .... .... ....39c
1 can Sterling Brains .... .... .... .... .... .... ..25e
1 can Libby's Brains .... .......... .... .... . ....28c
Fresh Pork Sausage, per lb. .....................25.
12 14. can Army Batcon .... ................ $1.95
Pull Cream Cheese, per 11. .....................30c
Pint can Wesson Oil .... ......................28e
Quart can Wesson Oil ........54c
Gallon 'can Wesson .Oil .... .... ................$1.05
Jello Dessert Powders....... .... .... .........2..1
10. lb bag Diamond Crystal Salt.... .............c
16 lb. Sugar..................... ..........$1.00
8 lb. bucet nowdrift Comip ..... .... .... .... ....2
8 lb. bucket Swift's Jewel Conip ..... .... .... ....$1.15
2-in-i Shoe. Polish, any color........ .... ..120
Large roll Toilet Pa.pr, 2 for..................10c
Good Brooms, each Cs..42t to 90
E6gle Brand Milk, per can .... .... .... ......... ..
Skinner's Macaroni, Spaghetti or .E.gg Noodles, per pkg. So
Kellog's Corn Flakes... m.. . .... ... . ........ . . .1c
Post Toaties .... .... ................. .........12
Cream of Wheat ...... .... ..42. t9
3 lb. pkg. White House Coffee ................ ....13
3 W. pkg. Luzianne pure Coffee and 1 lb. free (limited) $ 3
Good 'Bulk Coffee, worth 25c, special at 17 1.2., 6 lbs. for $1.00
Ware overstocked on S9yrup -in caim-Graib these:
N.10 can Brer Babbit...............o
No.' 'can Brer Rabbit .... .... .... .... .... .... .. 37c
No. 0canAlaga .... ... ......... .... .... .....o0
No. 6 can Alaga .... ... .................. ....2e
No. 10 can Fairday ......... .... .... .........g....
No.e an airday.... .... .....yu .in .
No. 10 can Bare Babi . ... .... .... ... .... 00
*No. ' can Kro.bi--........ .. .....
No.10 can Karo White---........... ......0
No. 5 tan Aara ---- .... --. .. . .....34c
2b3oz canPure reqh'Strain Honey, only .... .....4
It Will Pay You to Come Many Miles
to Trade With Us.
On the Squarey Next to FirC DM Mt.
to TradeTith U