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Stops Hair Coming Ot;
35.cents buys a bottle of "Dandospie"
at any drug store. After one pplitba
.tion you can not find a partiae of
dandruff or a falling hair. leee,
every hair shows new life, vigor, brigbt
nees, more color and abundance.
Colds Cause Grip and influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove the
cause. There is only one "Bromo Quinine:
X. W. GROVE'S signature on box. 20.
This is Better
One NiR Tablot Each Nirht For A Week
Will Correct Your Constipation and
Mako Constant Dosing Unneces.
sary. Try It.
Poor dcalXa and assimilation
ynean a poorly nourished body and
low vitaliy.o Poor eliminatiol means
clogged bowcels, fermentation, putri
(action and tho formation of polsonous
gases whic, aro absorbed by tho blood
and carried through, the body.
Tho result is weakness, headache-,
dizziness, coated tcnuo, Inactivo live',
bilous attacits, loss o.0 energy, nerv'
ousnesq, poor appetite, Inipoverishl
blood, alOw ~complexlon, pimples, aski
diseas, pnd pften timea serious ill
Ordinary laxatives, purges and cn.
ethartics-savs, oils, calomel and tio
Ilke-niay rollevo for c6 few hioursi, but
real, lasting benefit izau only comeo
through use of medichi that tones
UP ind strengthens tho digestivo as
.weitlaCs the eliminativo organs.
Get ; 25d box of Nature a Remedy
XNR Tablets), and tako one tablet cachi
night for 1, Week. Relief will follow
Ila very irst dose, but M fe, days
,will elapse before you feel and realize
the iful est benefilt. NVhen you, get
straightened out and feet Just ri 11 t
09gai0 ;YOU need not take medic, la
hve day-an occasional NR Tablet
will then keep'your system In good
condition -nd you wfie aways get
your best. Rlememnber, keeping well is
casier and cheaper than ketting well.
Nature's Remedy (NR Tablets) are
sold, guaranteed and recoumezoided by
LaMens Drug Co,, Laurens, S. C.
r AAq-:: /,,P.
For Constipated Bow4
The nIcest cathartie-laxative in the
world to physic your liver and bowvels
when you have Dizzy Headache, Colds,
Biliousness, Indigestion, or Upset, Acid
Stomach is candy-like "Cascarets."
One or two tonight will empty your
We wish to a
we are opening
tric business ii
* Wells Clardy.4.
-of electrical wor
Call on us for
work you hav<
All work done
TIst1atin O. Eln
OF FARM PROBLEMS
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tific distribution of production wAs to
be observed, would strengthen the
credit of agriculture and increase se
curity on which financial advances
could be made to it. The disastrous
effects which arise from over-produc
tion are notorious.
"It is apparent that the interest of
the consumer, quite equally with that
of the producer demands measures to
prevent these violent fluctuations
which result from unorganized and
The president declared there must
be a new conception of the farmer's
place in the social and economic
scheme of the country.
The administration had been keen
ly alive to the situation, he declared,
and 'had given encouragement and sup
port to every measure which it be
lieved 'was calculated to ameliorate the
condition of agriculture.
Delegates from all sections of the
country, representing agriculture and
industries dependent on agriculture,
were assembled here today for the op
ening session of the national confer
ence called to consider the present sit
uation confrnoting the farmer and to
lay down a -permanent agricultural
policy. Problems of financing, produc
tion, distribution and marketing con
stitute the broad division of the pro
gram to be considered during the first
flve days of the conference alloted to
tudy of emergency relief mneasures.
Executors, Administrators, Guard
lans and Trustees are reminded that
the time for making annual returns
begins January the 1st each year.
0. G. THOMPSON,
15-4t .Probate Judge.
MOTHER, QUICKI GIVE
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
FOR CHILD'S BOWELS
Even a sick child love the "fruit "
taste of "California Fig Syrup." If the
little tongue is coated, or if your child
is listless, cross, feverish, full of cold, or
has colic, a teaspoonful will never fail
to open the bowels. In a few hours
you can see for yourself how thoroughly
it works all the constipation poison, sour
bile and waste from the tender, little
bowels and gives you a well, playful
Millions of mothers keep "California
Fig rup" handy. They know a tea
spoonfu today saves a sick child to
morrow. Ask your druggist for genuine
"California Fig Syrup" which has direc
tions for babies and children of all ages
printed on bottle. Mother I You must
say "California" or you may get an imi
tation fig syrup.
As, Sick Headache,
bowels completely by morning, and yu
wvill feel sp~lendid. "They wvork wv he
you sleep.' Cascarets never stir you
up or gripe like Salts, Pills, Calomel,
or Oil and they cost only ten cents
a box. Children love Cascarets too.
C EMEN T
a general elec
i rooms over
. ~AIl kinds
k and supplies.
to be done.
n~one, Jr ido Martin
Christensen Defends Work of Legis
lature, Talks of Lobbyists.
Coltimbia, Jan. 24.-Relief from th
present tax burdens will be given 6,
the -present general assembly, despit
what he .termed the powerful lobb
against any proposed "cuts" in th
appropriation 'bill, Senator Christen
sen, chairman of the finance commit
tee, told the senate last night. Mr
Christensen spoke on a point of per
sonal privilege in regard to numerou
remarks and editorials of severa
South Carolina newspaper, in whici
the papers said the general assemba
was not "cutting" .taxes or en.actinj
any remedial legislation.
During the course of his addresi
Senator Christensen said lobbyisti
were at work to deefat the efforts o
the legislature to reduce the appro
priation bill. Early In the session ai
organized lobby was present to figh
any cuts in the appropriation -bill fo
state departments and institutions, Mr
Christensen said. This was an activ4
and 'powerful lobby to prevent any re
ductions in the amount to be appro
priatod to the various state depart.
ments and institutions, Senator Chris
tensen declared. This lobby was back,
ad by "financial initerests," -he said.
Mr. Christensen said he had rea(
statements In papers that 'Inothing
was being beard about cutting taxes'
%nd that "nothing was being hear
ibout the cutting of the appropriatior
bill," while still another paper said th(
new revenue bills were "camouflage'
mnd would only tend to increase th<
burdens. Another statement was mad(
.hat the senate was trying to slip th<
'evenue bills through without the pro.
er hearings. Mr. Christensen thet
aid that two of the revenue 'bills, the
nheritance tax and the gasoline tao
bills, were brought over from lasi
ear and had been given full consid
%ration. Mr. Christensen did not spec
fy what newspapers he referred to.
Every bill will be given absolutel)
ull and proper consideration by the
,ommittees and 'by the senate, Mr
3hristensen declared, and he denied
that an attempt nas being made tc
'slip something over." -He said thE
ways and means committee was no,
!onsidering the appropriation bill and
lie presumed that this committee wa
loing everything within reason to re
luce expenses. He called attentior
to the .fact that on the first day of th<
iession a report by the joint legis.
lative committee had bean laid on thE
iesks of the members showing whor4
savings amounting to over $500,00(
aould be effected.
Another statement quoted by th<
senator from Beaufort was to th(
Dffc-t that "the ipeople seem to havq
been asleep in regard to what th<
legislature is doing." In regard- t
the statement that the senate was try.
Ing to rush through any measures, Mr
.hristensen said ample -hearings were
to be given on all bills, and a full un
lerstanding of twhat the senate is do
n- would show -that .full hearinge
~ither have been1 or are to be held by
he senate finance commIttee on all
lie revenue bills.
1ITTIJEI BOOZE FREE
-FROM POISON OIL
hpel)cially Dangerous to Drink Boot
leggers" Wares, Declares Director
New York, Jan. 23.-AssertIng that
nly 2 per cent of ethe "vile stuff" 'being
*elzod by prohibition agents is found
o -be free from poisonous fusel oil,
t.oy A. 'Haynes, national director of
rohibition enforcement, told 500 Now
cork pastors today that he was "not
urprised" at the number of post-hol
day alcohol victims under treatment
n New York hospitals.
"Today it is . dangerous to violate
he law in the .purchase of the stuff,
.nd it -is especially dangerous to drink
he stuff after it is purchased," Di
ector Haynes said.
"When you hear a man talking loose
y anrd flippantly about 'my bootlegger',
eo either has not thought deriously of
he menace to law and order which
he bootlegger represents or he has
iot placed a lu oper valuation on the
anctity and majesty of the law."
Director 'Hayes insisted that prohi
ition is .being more and more rigidly
nforced, -despite wthat ho character
zed as "an insidious co'ever, unpatri.
tic, false, wet propaganda, particu
arny in the large metr'opolitan cen
rer that has as its object the delusion
>f the American people into the be
lef that the prohibition law- is a fail
ire; that it,is unpopular; that it, was
slipped -over' on them; that it is nol
seing enforced and that it can't thb
inforced.' He assorted'there are thir.
,y paid organizations in existenot
'striving, night &did day to 'bring abou1
'be impossible~-the repeal of the tin
atorp 6fed Silk. R bi on
The burealu. of stasidards says it is
Impossible to .wateL'ro lik..rbbon
and yet have it rei'q l~off end ptl.
ale, fot' the. reation t ("envyh'ink thei
would uiateeft weit eotbif llei At
-hoot Up 'lus~ieas DIS J, Includ
Posteffice and Other abc Bild
lugs. *No One :Hurt.
Blackshear, Ga., Jan. 20.--A gang
of men, believed to be members of a
whiskey distilling ring, at an early
hour this morning -visited this city
and proceeded to shoot up the busi
ness district. Many guests at a local
hotel 'had narrow escapes from bullets
when the building was subjected to a
heavy fire. Ten other buildings in the
city were riddled 1wdth, bullets. There
were no casualties.
The hotel was owned and operated
by Mrs. J. W. -Roberson, widow of the
former sheriff and mother of Sheriff
Ol-in Roberson of this county.
The post office -windows were brok
en by a bullet as were the 'windows of
the Blackshear Drug Company, Strick
land Brothers Company,- S. E. Cohen
and Dr. 0. Gentry. No one was in
jured and the men who did the firing
Former Sheriff Roberson was killed
last August in raiding an illicit still
near here, and the attack on the town
came within a few hours after the son
who succeeded to the office, 'had seized
a large copper still during a raid.
The firing started about 1:30
o'clock and lasted for twenty min
utes. Pistols, shot guns and 'Winches
ter rifles being used by the outlaws.
It is not known how many men were
in the party ind it Is believed that they
were traveling In an automobile. No
arrests have been made by Pierce
The 'band evidently waited outside
of the city limits until the local pow
er house cut off Its lighting system for
the night. WIth the town in total
darkness, the gang swooped down fir
ing at random. There was little shout
ing above the roar of their barking
weapons. Residents on the outskirts
of the city say a speeding automobile
left the town after the shooting had
ceased. They .say it was heavily load
ed rvth men.
Attention was first given to the Ma
rion 'Hotel, owned and operated by Mrs.
John W. Roberson, widow of Sheriff
Roberson of Pierce county who was
shot and killed last summer when
raiding a still near here. She is the
mother of Olin . Roberson, who suc
ceeded 'his father in office as sheriff.
CROSS HILL NEWS
'Cross Hill, Jan. 23.-,Mrs. T. B.
Crews has returned from a visit to
her sister In Asheville.
Mr. Roy Simpson, of Greenwood,
was a recent visitor to our town.
Mr. C. F. Rudd Is visiting in Saluda,
Mr. J. Ferdinand Jacobs, of Clinton,
spent a day in our town recently.
Mr. D. R. Chapman made a business
visit .to Spartanburg last week.
Mrs. S. ID. Austin, who 'has been
on the sick list for several wfeeks is
very much improved.
A very enjoyable event of the past
week was the miscellaneous shower
given -at blhe residence of 'Mrs. W. H.
Leaman by the ladles of the Presby
terian and Baptist churches, in honor
of Mrs. Henry Jones, one of our re
Mr. Jno. W. !Hanna has assumed hIs
duties as our new iPastmaster.
Quite a good number of our citizens
attended the BIlly Sunday revival in
Spartanburg. All who heard the great
evangelist are deeply impressed nwith
his etharming 'personality and elp
quence as a speaker .and tea-eher.
Miss Floride 'Rudd, of the Clinton
sohool faculty is visiting home folks.'
.Misses 'Lillie Calhoun and Ethel Pin
son, of Greenwood are guests of Mrs.
T. M. -Pinson..
Mr. Oharles Bonham, of Ninety Six
was one of our recent Yisitors.
Mrs. Biessie Barbb, of Greenwood, Is
the -guest of Mrs. J. A. Gutlhrie.
Million Packets Of
Flower 8eeds Free
We believe In tfowers 'around the
homes of the South. Flowers brigh~en
up the home -surroundings and glie
pleasure and satistaetioni to those Who:
We have f iled more than a miliota
packet. of seeds, of beautiful, vet
easily grow~i flo~ei's tob given to
our upners 4I1B sprIng. .
Wouldno ek to have five
packets of benafutl flpwdre tet
YOU CAlf Q T EuMi - tn
1982 eat :.a 10 OOpage hads6me
illustrated seed blook full froms covier
to cover of trulthi descriptions atnd
ilitistratiozis of veget le s, flowers 4
farra orops. It is ful helpful gar
40' flower' and fa ~ Iflation that
ieeded iaooy o~r home,
~,too, 'tl19 06Ao 1*yuhW tQ
gO these flo e809t a l ute1 re
rite for ouJ9 g~ o'. It
tdte fines~ V p
Osceola Stingless Beans
Two and, a Half Bushels to Sack
Let us know at once how ma
ny sacks you want at $1.20
per bushel and freight. Last
order will be sent February 1st.
Your Land and Stock Need
Them--Try a Sack
Enterprise Nat'1. Bank
Laurens., S. C.
Wholesale Meat Prices
Do wholesalemeat prices go pp and down with
fluctuations in live stock prices?
Why do live stock prices fluctuate?
Why are some cuts of meat higher than others?
What kind of competition is there in the meat
Where does your meat come from?
How does it happen that you can ways get'it?
Why is the large packer necessary?
Swift & Company's 1922 Yqar Book answers
these and mai other" questins
It's ready fo distributio r4 thee As a copy
free for you. Send forti o'll enjoy readir g
it. It's a revealing doouiient.
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