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That's Why It
Soothes and Promptly
Unlike other liniments, Mustang Is
inade of healng oils-no alcohol,
acids or pepper used. Mustang
never burns or smarts, not even
when applied to open wounds. Pain
is relieved quickly by Mustang,
which thoroughly permeates the
system and hastens healing. Over
73 years' success guarantees Alus.
tang as best for MAN, LIVESTOCK
! "Ftfand POULTRY.
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DRUG and GENERAL STORES
Actupl SIzI 25c Bottle (Trial) KE.-.o SedV6' cnts.th or c oi n for
15c'ottle ioldm 3 times as much To' U51)d I o) U o ...
411 '99 ~ U t 10 1101cfo 8 ti me$ as much ~ iS i t re to, .i V.'
e 25c .igo
Y4e Good Old &andby 'nceo Id
LYON MANUFACTURING CO., 311;- n
prietors. 41.43-45 South Fifth St., Brooklyn. N.Y.
I' WHnO LOOKS ronr .E LEAPS BUILDS Or CrRESS AND BUILDS FOR KEEPS.
This is the time to sharpen
your pencil for some close figuring on any
building jobs ahead of you, new buildings or t
repairs to old ones. The very first question that
will confront you will be-"What lumber shall
I use?" There's only one answer to that
"THE WOOD ETERNA
For farm houses, barns, outhouses, fences, walks
gallery supports, columns, rails, floors and steps, and
all "exposcd-to-weather" uses, no other lumber gives
such e:er-/asting satisfaction as Cypress, the "prized
wood of the Southland."
Here is something else to remember, too.
For many uses the lower grades will answer just as well
and save you some real money. Your lumber dealer will
know what your work calls for and will advise you to
"Buy the Grade That Fits the Job."
Write us for list of FREE PLANS for farm buildings-but in
thc meantime insist on "CYPRESS and no substitutes" from
your local lumber dealer - no matter for what purpxse you buy.
Southern Cypress Mfrs.'Assn. ---ta -r.
.ou c .ni.entif.
253 Graliam Bldg.. Jacksonville, Fla. it bythis marks
YOUR LOCAL DEALER WILL SUPPLY YOU. IF IE
IIASN'T ENOUGH CYPRESS LET US KNOW AT ONCE.
DOU LtS YOUR YIELD
When 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 -
necessary to exhausted soils.
Your order placed now will insure you
against delayed delivery. Every bag is
stampted with our Giant Lizard Trade
Mark. This is for your protection-look for -
it and be sure you get PLANTERS.
Planters Fertilizer & Phosphate Co.
Charleston, South Carolina
10s There's an Agent in
it.R -~Your Town
d8-HOUlf LAW AS DOOMEV;
.55 THE SCHEDULE
Jiloidrieks aid 1141m1bln, Authors of
Textlle Measure .Agreo to Conimittee
Aiendiient of RjU.
Columbia, Jan. 27,--Sou th Carolina
will have no 48-hour Jaw for cotton
mills this year.
..This statement is safe tonight fol
lowing announcemient obtained by the
Greenville News from HlomerB. Hen
dreks, of the Anderson (jelegation,
who resides near 'asley and who with
J. K. .Iambliin, of' Union, is author of
the ieasire, to the effect that the au
thors of .lie bill will accept the amend
mnent of the judiciary committee to
1hry Making the weekly wvorking limnit
There has always been doubt in the
unims of even thie most enthusiastic
troponents of tile .18-'hour bill that tile
neafSulre would be able to pass the Sen
tte, granting it could get through the
Ower liouse. In fact, the senate's op.
sition, from all al)pearances, is just 2
s great as it was last year when the 1
ame bill died In the senate chamber. 11
'hIs sttement from one of the bill's N
thors, however, that (he authors will b
ceept the cotnillttee auendmiient of i
. hours makces it definite that no c'
tirtlier fight will be waged in bethili 9
f tlie -l-ourI' ' programil.
"V e will ceept the aieineiient tild
't tile bhil Ail 1 ildlugli as a 5-h1ou 1
il," said Mr. 'lleudricks tonight, "be
aunse we feel that in view of the eco
onic struggles the textile industry h
nd all others are having in the state 1
ow. the time is not yet ripe to press
le measure. In time, we hope to suc
eed in passing a law under which
milployer of cotton ills will be re- G
uired to work only eight hours a day
)p we feel that they are justly en
itied to such measure." C
The present state laaw limits the '
ime mills nuy work employes to 60 [
ours a week, or an average of ten 0
ours a day. The law, as amended by d
tie committee, maks the average nine S
ours a day, and provides further that a
0 mill shall work emlployees more e
han ten hours in any one day. 0
Surface indications are that the
ill, as amended to qrovide for a 55- s
our week, will pass both the House'id
.nd the Senate, and it is expected that
obbying on the measure, which has .j
ccn heavy since the legislature began o
ts session three weeks ago, will come
o an end.
The mills are permitted to work
mployees 60 hours weekly under the
)resent state laiw, but in virtually all
natances, they have agreements with
)peratives whereby operatives work
)nly 55 hours a week, usually ten
lours every day except Saturday, and
Ive hour's on Saturday.
('opeland School Honor Roll
Ninth Grade-Corrie Moore, Lilly
Eighth lGrade-Dolly 'Brewington,
Sevenlth Grade-Charles Senn. Vir
;inia Senn, Estelle Pulley!'
Sixth Grade- -Ollie Belle Price, Ida
Fourth Gr'ade-Ben Senn, I larold
senn, D~orothy Copeland.
Third Gr'ade-Nell Coleman, Edith
Second Grade--IJDavid Blakely, Wil
First Grade-Mildred Osborne.
Medicated air is the only treatment
Eor catarrh. Blreathe iHyomel and ob
tain immediate relief. At (Laurens
D~rug Co. Money back ig it fails.
KT. 4OLIVE NEWS *
Mt. Olive, Jan. 30.-Mrs. F. B. Bo
land iwas taken <iuite sick Sunday
night a week ago, her illness contin
Linlg throughout last week. Hlowever,
her condition Is very much .Improved
now and she' seems to be well on the
road to complete recovery.
'Miss 'Beatrice -Mitchell was also right
sick last week, but is much better now.
Mr. lEd. Teangue, "who moved to the
Laur'ens Cotton Mill last fall, *ha~s
moved back to his farm here, and will
continue his farming operations again
Mr. .Joc Cooper and sister, Miss
.Sarah Cooper, of 'Ware Shoals were
here twith home folks Sunday.
'Miss Lucile Baldwin is 'still in Rock
'1H111 visiting her uncle, Austin Bald
*Mrs. 1W. ,L. Cooper was called Sat
(drday night to 'the 'bedside of her f'a
thor, Uncle Joe Moore, of the 1Ekom
section, whose condition 'becatne worse.
A message fr 'm there late Sunday af
ternoon ste' .bat there -was no ap
pare'nt improvement. Mr. Moore, who
Is now In his eighty-fifth year, has
been' in foeeble health for two years
or more and for several Montbs has
.been, confined to his .bed. He''and Ir.
John')Cnight of this ciommunity, who Is
also eighty-five are the .two remaining
Confederate veterans of this section qf
-Planning and pitching a crop this
season seems as perplexing a' mnatter
as It nyas a year ago among our farm
ers. ,They are at sea as to what to
.niant and Jia* munb.
* afT. (6ALLACIEIt NEWS
Mt. Gatlagher, .Jan. 30.-The friendE
of Mr. Jobn AledLock will be pleased
to learn he 16 improving since having
had a stroke of parAlysis.
-Miss -Ruth Martiu, who has been iII
for some time, is tIow h1proving. We
hope she 'will soon be able to return
Miss Gladys Norrell, a student of
Long Creek Academy, was compelled
to give up her schooling for this ses
;ion on account of illness.' She is now
it het home in Ware Shoals.
Mrs. J. .M. Davenport, of Green
Vood, visited her daughter, Mrs. J. R1.
3rown, of Ware Shoals, Saturday.
The niany friends of Mirs. W.' H.
lughes will be sorry to hear of her
eath 'which occurred at her home near
Vare Shoals, Friday morning, the
7th. Sho was in her 72nd year. Al
iough she had been in declining
calth for about five years, her death
as a shock to her family. She was
turied at Turkey Creek cemetery the
>llowing (lay. Funeral services were
mnducted -by Rev. John VIenin, of
reenville, assisted by Rev. Ernest
riggers, of (Irenwood. The pall bear
's were six of her grandsons, Paul
arper, Joe Hughes, Grover Crow,
erman Balentine, iRay Richey and
on Trussell. She is survived by her
Isband and seven children: Mrs. Del
Trussoll, Mrs. Daisy Adams and
rs. Lilly Richey, of 'Ware Shoals;
rs. Annie Burton, of Iva; 1W. C. and
R1. llughes, of Greenville; and Mr.
W. iHughes, of -Hodges. She also
as three si ters and two brothers:
r. John G nes, tofColumbia; Mr.
lie Gaines, of Ware Shoals; Mrs. G.
r. Davis, of Princeton; Mrs. Emma
ong, of Chester, and Mrs. Jane White,
r Ware Shoals. She -has 21 grandchil
ren and four great-grandchildren.
he was a loving wife, devoted mother
nd kind neighbor. We are in tender
at sympathy with the bereaved loved
Mr. John 'Kernells and daughter
pent 'Suhday with Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mr. Tom Duckworth and family via
ed their sister, 'Mrs. Julius Passmore
f Ware Shoals, Sunday.
Mr. Willie Norrell, of Jones, visited
Is niece, Mrs. C. A. Marler, of Mt.
'allagher, Sunday afternoon.
Married at Oreenwood recently,
liss Genell Davenport and Mr. Ern
Strengthen your stomach and ban
sl indigestion; 'Mi-O-Na is guaranteed
Py .,aurens Drug Co. to do It or money
Tarboro, N. C
R. L. GRAY, (
R. V. IRBY,
R. 0. HUNT
T. M. & J.
You Just Try
NR For That
One Day's Test
The stomach only partly diest
food we ea4 TepoesI finished
In tho intestines where the food iS
mixed with bile from the liver.
It must be in to an sensible per
on who reaizest this, that the
stomach, liver and bowels must work
in harmony If digestive troubles
This fact also explains why
sufferers from Indigestion. also
suffer more or less from head
ache%. bliousness and constipa
if you aft one of the many un-e
fortunate persona who cannot eat
without suffering afterward, If you
are constipated, have bilious spells.
headaches, coated t4ngue, bad breath.
variable appetite, are niervous, losing
energy and feel your health slipping
away, take this advice and get a box
of Nature's Remiedy (NR Tablets)
right today and start taking It.
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Get your organs of di
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elimination working in
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Proves MR Best
and Just see how much bettor you
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energ, "p - "a ins eIr" evive.
You take no risk whatever for
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Nature's Remedy Is the best and
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