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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 muscle
and tissue to the bone, thereby over
coming the ills of cattle, hogs, sheep,
mules, horses, etc.
Say uli Lester, Jacksonville, Ga.
Say 'I used your Mexican Liniment
on a cow of nine that was suffcring from
a caked udder. She was relieved in 1 day
frou suffering and completely cured in
about 5 to 6days."
John H. Fisher, New Berne, N.C.-"Our
delivery horse was so badly stove up in his
fore leg and shouller that we could not use
bim. IBy using Mexican Mustang Liniment
on him he was c(mwetely cured and re
stored to thte best of condition."
FREE WITH 25c TRIAL BOTTLE
Take- sODBolid brass "Pta..- .
Take"' TODDIX 10o . Ltest craz
onel Send 25 cents in st.;mps or coin ?or
Trial Bottle (llouschokljSi.e) Mustang [.in.
iment and get Toddle Top. absolutelyMe.
LyonMfg. Co., 41So. Fifth St..B'klyn ,.
Sold by Drug and General Stores
"'The Good Old Standby Since 1848"
The Quinine 'That Does Not Affect
Because of its tonIc and laxative ef
fect. TJAXArIVE BRo.\'o QUININE,
(Tablets) can be taken by anyone
without causing nervousness; or ring
Ing in the head. E4.. W. GROVN'S sig
nature on box. 30c.
W. S. M. Says:
"I'd open an office in
Wall Street or celebrate
in Paris every Christ
mas if I had a dollar for
every worry I've saved
car owners. The Wil
lard Threaded Rubber
Battery saves mental
anguish and brain
storms because the
Threaded Rubber In
sulators last the life of
the plates and don't
have to be renewed."
Willard Sorvico Man
We're here ,to save you
time, worry, and expense
on your battery. Drive
W. Laurens St.
This trademarkc, etamped in red
on the case, Identifies the Willard
Throaded Rubber Blattery.
DEMOORATS LOOK FAVOADLY
UPON OHIOAX FOR 1924
Political Robins Begin to Chirp In
Capital, Notwithstanding Early Date.
Look for Big Victory.
Washington, Feb. 4.-The grand old
game of politics in the .national capital
may sometimes doze a bit, but it never
sleeps. And oven in its fitful dozing
it keeps one eye open and to the wind
Ever since the Republican ava
lanche of 1920 wavept the Democratic
adninistrations-,both national and
state-into the discard, things have
been sl1umberin-g, ipolitically speaking.
Now, with the approach of spring,
and notwithstanding that Warren G.
-arding has been in the [White House
less than a year and has three more
years to go, the political robins of the
192.1 campaign tre already bestirring
themselves and chirping abot a the
;rcensward of Capitol 11111.
Democratic quietude should not be
I: '-ir 'Democratic stagnation. The
T) .rrat o' Capitol R'ill honestly be
-I' -- 01 nce to
-........ :.. ....ntatives
next fall, and cut down the Republican
majority in -the senate to almost noth
The more optimistic believe they
can win the senate -too, but the qmore
conservatives content themselves with
claiming the house.
The fIrst whispering concerning a
)emocratic candidate for 1924 are now
going the rounds of Calpitol 1111, and
they center about Atlee Pomerene,
present senior senator froi the presi
dent's own state of Ohio, iwho is to
cie up for reelection next November.
'ihe preliminary groundwora ihr
Poierene's c.andidacy already has been
laid. llis managers have gone just as
far as possible until it Is seen whether
the senior senator from Ohio is coming
back to the senate next fall. If he
does not. conic back, his candidacy, of
course, dies a-horning, but if he does
conie back, then the 'Pomereno boom is
going to be launched in earnest.
Everythinlg depends upon the sena
torial outcome in Ohio next fall. Even
at this early date, political forecasters
in Washington-and they are thicker
tUan bees around a honey pot-are
predicting that this years iby-election
In Ohio will set a new record for in
tensity and endeavor. Ohio is to be the
great political battle-ground of the
two major parties in 1922, as it was in
1920, and as it will be again in 1924
If Pomerene is elected to succeed
Certain 'Democrats who are quietly
laying their plans for Pomerene's can
didacy believe be can be re-elected to
the senate next fall without a great
deal of difficulty. True, they do not
know, yet what the Ropublican opposi
tion will be. It may .be "Nick" Yong
worth, Carmi Thompson, .Gov. Harry
Davis, Simeon Fess, Chas. L. Knight,
or even Harry Daugherty, the .present
attorney general, but Ponerene's back
ers are confident lie can beat any of
'Then their trumpi card will be this,
withi 'Pomerbne elected his victory will
be heralded to the nation as 'the voters'
"rep~udiation" of the IlHarding adminis
tration in the 'president's home state.
They are already taking it for grant
edl that Mr. HI'arding wvill be a candi,
date for a second 'term. And then At
lee iPomerene can be brought out in
1 921 as the hlopeo of the Demoracy
the man who defeated .the president in
his own state, and 'the only presiden
tial candidate in the party who stands
a sporting chance of again defeating
him--this time for the White 'IHouse.
'it is, in short, a political .parley. If
Pomereno wvins next fall his friends
are going to shoot him White 'House
'ward. If 'he loses--well -its lost. But
the Pomerene backiers are not figuring
on losing. So confident are They of
victory, at any rate, that they have al
ready at this early (late, spent consid
erable time and some mone'y in laying
the groundwork for an organization
to grooni their ho~rse fok' the race.
Habitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21Days.
"LA X-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative foi-Hab~tual
Constipation. It relieves pronqptly .but
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce regular action. It Stimnulatesm and
Regulates eVery Pleasant to Take. 60o
HE pain and torture of wiheu.
T matism can bquickly relieved
by an appia of Sloan'p
Liniament. It brigswarith, ease ad
comfort and lets you sle soundly.
Always have a botti 'hand and'
apply when oufeel th6 4ttwinge.
a peddto take ti aout of
tied aching puscles, .pra 'ad
At ruglate.3Sc, @c, $1.40.
Many More can not Get Tickets.
Americans left Out.
'Rome, Fob. 11.-A thousand Ameri
cans sojourning in Rome have applied
to the American college for tickets to
the coronation, but the allotment by
the vatican to the college only amounts
to 300; 'thus '00 Americans are scour
ing (Rome in an effort to obtain tickets
by some means or other for tomor
row's historic event. Tickets have
been offered by various speculators
at 100 lire each.
Manager Sanz do -Samper, the papal
chamberlain, 'finds himself in serlous
conflict with various -high officials of
the pontifical household because of
his inability to satisfy the demands
for tickets. The secretary of state's
department requested 200 tickets for
the diplomatic corps but iwhen they
were issued, the package consisted of
only '1180. Then several important
persons requested admission to the
chamberlain's office in the major
Cardinal Tacci sent a messenger to
request tickets, but it is reported that
the messenger was turned abruptly
from the entrance. Some of the fami
lies of the Roman aristocracy .were
also confronted 'by the dilemma of
either leaving the vatican premises
or being escorted out 'by gendarmerie.
Following upon the announcement
that the holy father had -been dec
orated with the Whtt Eagle of Po
land, it is learned that his holiness
also wears the high Italian decora
tion of Knight of St. MaurIce and St.
Lazarus. An interpreter of hand
writing who has made an analysis of
the pope's writing declares that with
the mental and spiritual equipment
with which the pope is endowed, his
reign is sure to be full of wonderful
The expert says the handwriting re
veals a superior spirit of serenity and
sincerity; that there are notable In
dications of mental and mora, force
under which is a spirit of authority.
The writing shows a person of great
distinction and simplicity but of little
Many prelates in the vatican are of
the opinion that with Piux XI on the
papal throne there will be a great
opportunity for the Roman church to
advance in the direction of healing
the schism between the Orthodox and
Roman churches. It is contended that
from the manner in which the Bol
sheviki have dealt with so many of
the clergy help from the Roman church
wou-ld be welcomed 'while the -pope is
thouoghly familiar with the 'Russian
situation owing to his sojourn in Po
JONES NEWS. *
. *4* ** * . * * * * e*e
Jones, geb. 11.-Mr. Joe Moore, of
Ekom, a veteran of .the Civil War and
one of the best men we ever knew, :re
cently passed away in his 85th year.
We sympathize with the -bere'aved fam
'Born unto Mr. and Mrs. iW. T. Jones,
'Jr., Jan. 29th, a son.
Miss Louise 'Mdattison, the accom
plished daughter of Judge and Mrs.
B. F. Mattison, of fWare Shoals, has
entered the Baptist 'Hospital in Colum
bia to takt a 'training course for nurs
fWe wore very sorry to hear of the
death of Mrs. John H. Bellentine, of
Brewerton. 'She wvas a most excellent
woman and the tenderest sympathy of
everyone is felt for the bereaved fam
'The friends of 'Mrs. di. B. Boland, of
Mr. Olive, will 'be pleased to learn that
she is recovtry from a recent illness.
.'An automobile from Los Angeles,
Calif., ipassed on the llixie highway a
few days ago.
'We have had a g3reat deal of very
Mrr. Walter M. Jonts and Miss Inez
Stone, daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs.
[Auther Stohte, of Gre~nville, mrere mar
ried,on the 8th inst., and we wish' them
a. long, 'prisperous and- happy 'life,.
Mrs. T. J. Beachiam, of Rileys, 'e
cently visited .her daught'er, M~rs;
li'rank P. 'Jones.
Cotton is again advancing and We
htope it will reach 25 or '30 cents per
We recently 'met the following
friends: (Hon. 'Melvin Idasterly of
fonea 'Path; T. 'F.'MoCal, W. A. Fri
lay, Igr. and Mrs. Charlie' Tribble,
Theppard Yeldell,- Judge 'Featherstone
mnd Jas. Moore, of Greenwood, Men
loza NHiggins and Osie Nickles, of
Elodges; A. R. Thome, of Ekom; Judge
EFrankc 'Walker and Jones Miller, of
Raterloo, and Loan 'Moore, of Georgia.
(We recently 'had an apA'eiativo vris
t freiti ond' arm 'frlefi,. Dr. Orew of
An Irish captain inspecting his corn.
pany noticed thrat ozte of his'soldieru
Ii4 ngfe ee to~ wdsb qilethe
of blis nieelt or hile eau, "flu in
The strongest chaim
so strong as the business e
it. The ideally welded
ceives nis pay begins his r
and there his obligations.
of the home-town temples
to the bank, and the bank
lowing week, thus weldih
in its daily use.
Wells Clardy Co.
Two Big Stores
Dry Goods, Olothing, Shoes,
Laurns Dug .
--Dry oodsShoes Notons
Tbeh Dsroest ar
antere his Publiersns
Rod The hoetowrnd temes
to th bank Homd teban
lowing week, thu Co. i
More Goods CothinamSMono,
Laurens Drug Coa
You Ptronaghe Scted
Furniture Sofes Alh inadse
Cash4 Deatrment Sr
DWY GOODS, CL2EnpOTon,
G OF THE IG
is that made of the most
hain of a community as its
:hain of commerce is that
ounds of the stores of his
Each day takes the ideal ei
of commerce. The busines
in its turn gives out the m<
ig a mighty chain by kee
who welds the chain i s th<
''Quality and Price Go Arm in
Arm in My Store.''
H. L. Roper & Co.
Lumber, Doors, Sash Blinds
We Can Furnish Your Entire Bill
for Your House.
Wharton Clothing Co.
The Man's Store
Cash Clothiers - Suits Me
FRESH STOCKS-Low PRICES
Opposite City Hall
Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing,
PAY US A CALL
Willard Blatteries 'and Service
Prompt and Courteous .Service
East Laurens Street-Phone 446
Peoples Loan &
LAURENS' OLDEST BANK
W. A. WATTS, President
C. W. TUNE, ahier
Home Furniture Co.
Next to Post Office
Furniture, Stoves, Rugs, Orock
ory-Complete Home Furnishers
W. H. HOUGH
"See Ilougli to See Well"
'Watches and Jewelry flopairod
powerful links, and just
citizens choose to make
vherein the man who re
home town, paying here
tizen to one of the other
;s man in turn proceeds
mney to pay for the fol
ping business within the
, man who profits most
Powe Drutg Company
Drugs and Modicinos of Al Kinds
Victrola9 and Victor Records
''Laurenis Best Store--Quality
Mado it So'
Easterby Motor Co.
Dodge Brothers Motor Cars
Phone 200 Service and Parts
Capital and Surplus $100,000.00
3. J. ADAMS, President
O. H. BLAKELY, Cashier
YOUR ACCOUNTS SOLICITED
The Princess Theatre
Not Only for Amiusemient But for
Diyersion After Business Hours
THE BEST PHOTOPLAYS
A. L. Mahiaffey.
FIRST CLASS BAKERY
As~k for Our Pujlnman Loaf
L. ii. Blackwell
Printer and Stationer
OFFICE & SCHOOL SUPPLIES
J. C. Shell & Company
The Family Grocer
Choice Vegetables in Season
5 & 10 Cents Store
''Buy It in Laurons**
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