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RNIA PIG SYRUP
ck child loves tho "fruit
lifornia Fig, Syrup." If t0 o
0 is coated, or if your child C
eross, feverish, full QX cold, or 11
a teaspoonful will never fail -v
le bowels. In a few hours
for yourself how thoroughly
11 tho constipation poison, sour t
vaste from tJhe tender, little
d gives you a well, playful n
of mothers keep "California 1:
" handy. They know a tea- t
oday saves a sick chii' - I
Ask your druggist for g. ino
a Fig Syrup" which has direc- b
babies and- children of all ages E
en bottle. Mother I You must
fornia" or you may get at imi
'me to Plant
e best varietics of vegetable c
eld seeds to plant for cahi
se is told In the
1922 Catalog of
ow ready to be mailed, free
cduced prices are quoted on
ds, Pou'fry 'Supplies, and t
ds, Garden Tools and Spray
rite for your copy today.
T. W. WOOD & SONS,
S. 1 fth St., Richmond, Va.
W. S. M. Says:
"I er ask the coal 1
man .o guarantee that
ten tons will last you
all winter? Yet every
so often, I'm asked to
guarantee a battery fora
several years . No two '
car owners drive the
same number of days
or miles each year.
how long a battery
lasts, depends on how
much it's used."
Willardl Service Man C
We sell the WillardJ
Threaded Rubber Battery
and give authorized Wil
lard Service for this terri
tory. May we serve you?
W. Laurens St.
othee cse IktnfuthWar
Threaded Rubber Battery.
ONUS BILL READY
nexpected Announcement Made by
Fordney. Sure to be Passed.
'Washington, Jeb. 17.-Tho outstand
ig development today in the bonus
gislation situation was an Unxpect
I announcement in the house by
hairian. Fordney of the ways and
Ltans committeo that the 'bonus bill
ould .be ready for presentation to a
xucus of house Republicans within
to next ton days.
A moment after this statement was
lade there was a shout from the Re
ublican side of the chamber when
ie chairman, lifting his voice to its
ighest pitch, declared the soldier
onus measure would -be papsod by a
Breaking into the thick of a row
vor charges by Representative Gar
er of Texas, -ranking Democrat on
ho committee, that the -bill -was being
raned secretly with the aid of res;
esentatives o tho American Legion,
fr. Fordney shouted to the Demo
ot deem i0 pi v._; t. .. - -.- .
ho bonus from those unalterably op
osed to it.
While there was no other reference
0 the bonus on the floor, -bonus talk
wirled through the corridors, and for
lie time being dismussion of plans
or cutting the army and navy ap
ropriation bills was forgotten. ,ie
>ublicani members of the ways and
ieans committee meeting 'morning and
.fternoon wet over details of the pro
osed bill without giving any Intimuar
ion as to the exact form, of the mea
ure to be reported. The calling in
f John T. Haylor, vice chairman of
he American Legion's legislative com
iittee, and 'Richard Jones, represent
iig Veterans of Floreign Wars, provok
d the protest of Mr. Garner and his aj
ieal that the house step in to prevent
lopublicans meeting in secret with
vitnesses favoring the measure with
ut admitting Domocratie members to
Isten at least to the deliberations.
low far sentiment was swinging to
ho sales tax as a means of raising
evenue for the bonus, as advocated
iy President [Harding, was the sub
ect of unending discussion among
nembers. It was evident on all sides,
towevor, that the Republicans twere
letermined to put the -bill through
he house, regardless of what might
appon 'to it in the senate. In the
vent the bill 'is in shape for consid
ration by a Republican eaucus with
n tho time set by Mr. Forduoy, lead
ra said it would be ipassed prior to
"There is no power in the house to
ead off the soldier bonus now," said
, Republican loader, which seemed
o be the view of most nembers in
isting upon early passage.
Democrats opposing the measure
usisted that objaction to the sales
ax was so strong in some quarters
hat If that plan of meeting soldier
paymonts was presented squarely it
ilght be defeated..
But it the sales tax method is re
orted to, it was said, President Hard
ng ivould view with favor a .tax on
rdduction rather than on retail sles.
The executive was said to favor tis
orm, for it was, he 'believed, thle sim
lest form of this tax.
'In atatemlents Issued today T. C.
.tkeson, Washington rep~resentative
ftihe National Grange, characterized
he0 sales tax as "designed to shift the
urden of taxation from 'those most
ble to pay it to those leaist able to
ay," and Samuel Gompers, president
f tile American FI~ederation of Labor,
eclared that it would work "an in
Lustice upon 'the whole people."
GRAY COURT NEiWS *
. S e * ese C * C C C C C
Gray Court, F'eb. 20.-JWe have been
aving -plenty of cold weather since
hristmas, but it is good for the farm
Mrs. Nannie iMartin, of Warier, spent
1st tweek with her son, Smith Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. Towns 'Willis returned
ome r~aturday after imending several
'eeks in Columbia attndtng the legis
'Mr.' fDennis Owens visited relatives
t (Rabun section last week.
Mrs. JTane Owens, who was sick last
'eek, is able to be out again.
Haven't ihad any new eases of.
ptheria of 'the eyes in several days.
Mr. and Mrs. John 'Wells had as their
alters -Saturday night and gunay,
r. Jeff Willis and sisters, of Green
'Mr. Jim 'Thddle and family visited
r. and Mrs. John Douglas, Sunday.
'Mr. and Mrs. Jack (Willis, of O'wings,
ore visitor's of Mr. and Mrs. Bartlet
w'ings, Saturday night.
No Worms in a H~altby Child
hi troubled with Worms hae. an on.
tycl,w whhindicates poor bl d as a
nyF foetr three weeksawili e eio ,h id
brovte Ui~,andacta.s aonehr h
indToieto wol asYtem Wateem wf thn
IAN EILIED BY thb
RURAL POLICEMAN th
Nas Attempting to Arrest Him for H<
Violation of Prohibition Law. ho
Spartanburg, Feb. 19.--Clyde j3rown, co
f Pacolet, was shot and killed on the jn
[nian road this afternoon -by Furman
Davis, rural policeman. From what
"ould be learned of the affair, it ap
ears -that Brown, in company with 01
iddie Upton, a young woman, passed g(
lie rural policeman, driving at a fast to
rind reckless rate. The officer gave re
bliase and passed B1rown's car. When h
lie did, iBrown rammed Davis' car,
wrecking it and 1aving Davis stand
Ing by the road. Sooni a high-power- ti
ed car passed alid Davis got in and n,
gave chase. 'He again passed Brown's h;
Oar. When he did Brown is alleged to .
have run out of the road and to have
thrown two jugs of whiskey out, his
car was choked down and Davis went II
to make an arrest.
When he did Brown made an at- Ir
tack upon the officer and nado an ef
lort to get the gun from hiim. Davis
Iced loose from Brown and struck a!
;.n with the pistol, and when he did In
25c and 35c
This store is ]
only well known
This store is I
try at all times t(
ter who they ma:
This store is I
price, 'the same t
child can shop at
dy Co. your favo
8 yds. 20c Bleaching
5 yds. 20c Long, Cloth
5 yds. 25c Nainsook.. -
5 yds. 25c Percale..
7 yds. 25e Curtain Rods
8 yds. Best Outing
6 yds. Good Dress Gingh
5 25c Huck Towels
Muslin Petticoats, each..
Ladies' Silk Hose, per pa
New Spring Gingi
Bates, Renfrew, and /
Fast colors in 32-inch
'checks; all colors, best
35c the Yard
W E LI
v gun -yOut off, wounding Brown in
irown wavls rushed to the General
opital, whero Io died. Ju about aln
rhe young woman was lodged in the
Lnty Jail on a chargo of transport
Linets Have Great Power Plants.
So g4'nerai Is the use of electridty
a Ibig ocean steamship that ita
nerating station is of a size equal
that designed for the electrical
quirenlents of a city of 100,000 in.
Radium is found iI natwre in quan.
ties so exceedingly small that it is
Wver visible even when Ithe material
examineid with a microscope.
NOTICE OF SALE
the Distriet Court of the United
States for the Western. lstrlet of
the iattor of Mrs. E. B. Watson,
Notice is hereby given that -pursu
Lt to an order of 'lon. D. H1. 11111,
.efre .in Bankruptcy, heretofore
rdo in the abovo entitled matter, I
known for qual
brands of merchan
known for serv
render the proper
known for fair
D all, and every it,
this.,store just as e
rite shopping place
---- ---------- $1.00
----------- --- - $1.00
------- ------ $1.00
ams Black and
qjuality. $3.75 and $4.
colors, plain an
, ial Saturday
lack Kid Oxford Rubber He
lack Kid Oxford.........
lack Kid one strap Baby Lo
'an Brogue Low Heel.
ark Tan Kid Oxford Rubbe:
ark Tan Kid one strap Bab
atent one strap Baby Louis
atent three strap aud Bucki
atent four strap Junior Lot
A GOOD PLDA(
WHI sell at public auction on salesday
in tMarch, 1922, in front of the Courl
House at jLaurels, S. C., during tl
regular hours of sale, to the ligliest
bidder tho following real estate:
All the one-half interest of the aboyt
named bankrupt in all that lot or par
eel of land situate, lying, and being I:
the town of Ora, County of Laurens
State of Soutl 'Carolina, containing
flive (5) acres, more or loss, and bound
ed by lands of W. J. Fleming, A. Y
Thompson, W. E. McClintock, A. R. P1
Parsonago, and known as tho Jrysor
Terns of sale: one-third cash, bql
For Constipated Boy
The nicest cathartie-laxative in the
world to physic your liver and howels
when you have lIizzy lleadaceli, Colds,
Biliousness, Indigestion, or Upset, Acid
Stomach is candy-liko "Cascarets.'
Ono or two tonight will empty your
Get Quality 0
ity, because we
ice, because ou
service to each cu.
.m is marked in p]
isy as any one. M
Brass Dress Pins
Best Safety Pins
Best Hair Pins.
Best Hair Nets..
Bias Binding~ .
Rick Rack Braid
Best Crochet Cotton~~.
Embroidery Floss, skein --
all colors, Ti
I and $6.50 Te
Glove Silk we have
ery ure. Th
DO quality, all get quali
d lace, Spec
I NEW SPRING S
31-..- .... ......... $3 4 5
yr Louis Heel--$6.9
es Rubber Heel$74
A R DY
ance In one and two Years ijecured by
a mnortgage of the prenilses and note
of the purchaHor bearing eight per
cent interest por annum and ton per
cent attorney feo, the mertgage to
contain the isual roccivorship) cIauso.
-Purchaiser to pay for papers and
X. F. DAVIS,
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Druggists refund money if lAZO OINTI ENT fails
to curo Itching. 1fusd, Bleding or Protruding
Piles. Instantly relieves Itching Pile. and q
Oa get roatful eleep after first appication.we
7els, Sick Headache,
1 Bilious Liver
howels completely by morning, and yo
will feel 8j4endid, "They wvork whilo
yoiu sleep.' Ciascarots never af.ir yot
lip or gripe like Salta, Pils, Calomael,
or Oil and they vo4t, only tem ec4hrat.
a box. Childrei love CascaretN too.
Doz. Infants' Black
bbed Hose; all small
es; 5c Pair.
.ns, S. C.
buy and sell
r sales force
itomer, no mat
we have one
lain figures. A
ake Wells Clar
-------- - --5c
------ - ------- 10c
--- -- 2for 25c
- - 15 and 25c
-------15 and 25c
-- - ---1and5c
------5c, 2for 25c
------ ----l 10c
- - -- -3 for 25c
--- ---------- -c
icy Lace in Front
are comfortable, and
a style for every fig..
ey cost more, but you~
ty and comfort.
$3.50, $5.00 and