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Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and
Enriching the Blood. When you feel its
strengthening, invigorating effect, see how
It brings color to the cheeks and how
It improves the appetite, you Will then
appreciate its true-tonic value.
Gi - -'s Tasteless chill Tonic is simply
Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So
pleasant even children like it. The blood
needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and
Grip germs by its Strengthening, Invigor
ating Effect. 60c.
Next Dose mav Salivate, Shock
Liver or Attack Bones
You know what caloimel is. It's ier
cury; quicksilver. Caloiel is dangerous,
It crashes into sour bie like dynamite.
-crai nig and sickcuiiig you. Calomnel
attac s the bones and should never be
put into your system.
If you feel bilious, headachy, sonsti
pated and all knocked out, just go to
your druggist and get a bottle of Dod
son's Liver Tone for a few cents which
is a harmless vegetable substitute for
dangerous calomuel. Take a spoonful and
if it doesn't start your liver and
straiglhten you ul better and quicker
than nasty calomuel and without making
you sick, you just go back and get your
Don't. take calomnel! It makes you
siek the next dav; it loses you a dav'
work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightna
you right up and you feel great. No
salts necessary. Give it to the children
becau.-v it is perfectly harmless and can
not. li t .
For Constipated BoN
The nicest cathartic-laxative to
physic your bowels when you have
Dizziness Sour Stomach
is candy-like Cascarets. One or two
Never say "Aspirin" witho
WARNING! Unless you s
you are not getting gem
physicians over 2'1 years an
. Earache Lumt
Accept only "Bayer" package v
Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets---B
Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer biasn
/uy the grade t A
Often the medium
are exactly the thing
in your paymg, for
is needed for first .c1
job. And it's just w
your lunmber buying
advantage over, thos
and order "some b<
costs. Your nearest:
you honest advice.
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Southeirn Cypress Mf
SYOUR LOCAL DI$ALBR WILL SUPPL
H ASIJ' BNOUU HICI'PAUSSL R2 V9 I
H ES'ltIR DEFE'NDS
Says Cotton Is the Most Liquid Asset
Known to World's Trade; Warns the
-New Orleans, Feb. 23.--A defense of
the futures contract in dealing with
cotton was voiced by Col. Henry G.
flHester, for 51 years secretary of cte
New Orleans cotton exchange in an
address before the commissioners ap
pointed by the various governors of
the cotton states, who beg4n here to
day the stu(dy of problems affecting
the cotton Industry.
"We must remember that cotton'is
the most liituid asset known to the
'rorld's trade an( through futures, ev
ery minute of he day and night, and
from one end of the yoar to the other
cotton may be piurchased," declared
Colonel ilester. Tie deplored the fact
titat laws have been suggested to col
gress whereby the New York and New
Orleans cottcn exchanges may be regu
lated as to their dealings in futtires.
He warned the law-makers present at
the conference that while it might. lie
in the power of the government to reg
ulate the New York and Ned Orleans
exchanges that illavre, Liverpool and
other foreign exchanges could not be
"You are here to devise a system of
education for -both white and col
ored that will teach them to properly
gror.v cotton of high grades," said
Colonel Hester. "Your aim should be
to do awaty with trash or unspinnable
cotton. You will also have to devise
sie0 metihod whereby file publIc can
he enlightened and enlist the aid of
the national and state 1overnments
to get us out of the mud."
vels-- Bilious Liver
tonight will "npty your bowels com
pletely by mornmg and you will feel
splendid. "They work while you
slCOp." 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.
it saying "Bayer."
e name "Bayer" on tablets,
ine Aspirin prescribed by.
d proved safe by milions for
ago Pain, Pain
rhiich contains proper directions.
ttles of 24 and 100-All druggists.
.cture of Monoaceticacidoeter of Sal Icelacid
at fis the jo6!"
or lower grades of
.There's no object
Shigher grade than
ass results on a given
his selective skill in
that gives you your
e who merely go out.
ard s." You cuz your
retail yard will give
So will we.
PLANS for farm buildings.
j lie Fltb, thie mark.
Y OU, IPHlA
N7V A TONmt -
CHARGE HOLD UP
WAS NOT GENUINE
Mrs. Robertson Detained by Police.
Youth Also Hold.
Long Branch, N. J., Feb. 22.--Mrs.
,Sarah -H. Robertson who Satur'day
night reported to the police that shec
had been dramatically robbed of $50,
000 worth of jewelry during a dinner
party she owas giving at. her home in
Deal, tonight stood charged with fak
ing the hold-up in order to obtain the
insurance money on her jewtls.
In custody also was John Bailey, a
Long Branch youth, who was ai
leged by the police to have told them
that he had been offered $1,000 to in
vade the Robertson home and "rob"
her. Samuel Gasm, a telegraph op
erator, was arrested on charges of
having entered the conspiracy and aid
ed the sipposed robber. 'He was re
leased on $15,000 ball.
The same bail also was set for
Iboth Mrs. Robertson and 'lailey, but
neither could get any one . to free
them when they faced the magistrate.
It was announced if the ball was
not forthcoming by night, -both would
be taken to the county jail at Free
Mrs. Robertson underwent a long
grilling by the police who placed be
fo-re her their charges that the elab
orately described 1pistol used by the
"bandit" was only a leather pipe case
and that the bag of "jewels" she hand
ed over contaiied only tissue paper
She stead'astly maintained her Inno
eence of the tJ()wo conspiracy accusa
tions lodged against her. Harry C.
Faber of Belimar, who was one of the
guests at the party Saturday night,
wa- quizzed by the police who quoted
him as saying that a month ago lie
was approached by Gasmn and asked -to
do the hold-up stunt. lie said he re
fused, according to the police, who add
ed that he told them that iwhen he saw
the "robber" at the dining room door
Saturday lie immediately recalled the
'equest upon him and realized that
the hold-up was a fake. -lie was in
ears the .police say when they entered
his home this morning and lie explain
ed that he had been unable to sleep
since the Incident Saturday night.
David S. -Meyer, a real estate
broker of Long Branch, who also was
a guest that evening was reported to
have lost -$50 -In the "robbery." The
police said lie told them that when the
Intruder ordered him to put his money
on the table he obeyed. The money
fell into a dish of tomatoes and he
claimed never to have seen it again.
Bailey, the police said, denied taking
the $50 and said not only had he not
received a cent-from Mrs. Robertsiin
but was out $5 tax'i fare.
Agents for Lloyd's, Ltd., the British
company with which .Mrs. 'Robertson's
jtwelry was ins-ured, declared they
would await further developments be
fore making any decision regarding
the insurance money.
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Jones, Feb. 25.--We i'ecently callod
upon our warnm fi'iend, lDr. J. L. Don
non, who was auITnring wIth lagrippe
but we are glad to state that lie has
We had the pleasur'e of hearing 'Rev.
'Harley of 'Wlaro Shoals, preach an ex
cellent sermon -Sunday..
Mr. and Mi's. John Graham, of Flor
ence, recently visited relatives and
.Mr. A-bner' Golden, of GreenvIlle,
visIted his fatheir, Mr. W~m. Goldein
iMr. G. 'Washing-ton Davis Passed
away on the 20th inst. and was laid to
rest the following day in the Poplar
Springs cemetery in the priesenlce of a
very large attendance of soirrowing
relatives and friends. The funeral
services mwei'e conducted by his pastor,
Rev. Coleman, tRev. 'Ray Andeirson and
his nephew, 'Rev. Adgar Davis. We
never knew a better man. HeI loved lisa
fi'iends and they respected his warm
friendshiip. 'He wvas pei'fectly devoted
io his family. HeI spent his long, use
fil and honoi'a-ble life in our midst
aind was held in the highest esteem by
all who knew him. (-He was a veteran
of the civil war and in all of the re
lations of life was .the peer of any man.
'What a rich legacy ho has bequethed
to his four sons and three daughters.
'Let us irevere his memory and emu
late his virtues. The tenderest sym
pathiy of evei'y one goes out to his
sorely bereaved widow and the entire
Theire wvas another funeral the same
day, that of Mrs. Ernest 'Dodson, of
Greoenvillo. Mrs. 'Do dson wvas the
daughtei' of 'Rev. iHughes of Mt. Bethel
and her husband the son of ouir life -
long friend, Win. :Dodson.' We -tunder
oiir heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved
- 3r. S. S. -Riley la havingc a lct of lum
*Mr. AV. JD. Ril3y is building a barn.
Messrs. Mendoza Higgins, of Hod
ges, S.'C, Riley, of Riloys and Euge
'Barmore, of D atlds, have .th. Im
proved breed of , wa; and hogs and
have good atook farms,
M~-j r0. ~ank P Jolles Ira,
Wtaltor Jones visited1 relativcr. in
Greenville on last week-end and at
tended .the .basketball tournamaint
We recently met the following
friends: -Mr. and MrA. M. .1. Arbley,
of lionen Path, Mr. iml Mrs. Hunch
Powers, of Laurens; llon. "aul -1Ellis,
W. J. Snead, Ramsey Blake, Jake
Zeigler, -Alfred Snyder, Sheppard
Yeld(ell, Judge VIdeman, I)-. D3ar
lett, Jas. AlcCuen, S. C. Itocgcs, A. J.
Sproles and our cousin, lennie Frank
lin, of Greenwood, Robert Arnold, of
IPrinceton, John Gaines, of Columbia,
and Walter Davis, of Charleston.
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* 11illy Schloo ionor 11 oll
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l1irst. Grade---Sani Templeton, Jack
Treipleton, ileatrice Templeton.
Second rmade-ltbecca ilam, Car
Third (rade -4velynll Ramage, Lou
Sixth G4r(iade-Mary Templtton,
Seventh Grade-.\ary Benjamin.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Druggists refund money If PAZO OINTMENT falls
to cure Itching. Blind. Dlceding or Protruding
Piles. Instantly relieves Itching Piles. and you
can get restful sleep after first application. 60c.
NOTIC'I OF SALE
In the )istrict Court of the linited
Slates for the Western Dl)strict of
In the matter of 11. B. Watson, Bank
Notire is hereby given that 'pursu
ant to an order of Ilion. 1). 11. ]fill,
Referee in l3ankruptcy, heretofore
made in the above entitled matti r, I
will soll at public auction to the h igh
est bidder, oi salesday, Monday, March
6th, 1922, at the regular h1ou1rs of sale,
in front of the Court 1louse at Lau
rens, S. C., the following:
All :the one-half interest of said
bankrupt in all that tract or planta
tion of land situate, lying and being
in the county of Lairens, State of
South Carolina, containing one lutin
dred and Ninety (190) acres, more or
less, and bounded by lands of Guiy
Copeland, A. B. Bflakeley, 1Rarl Adair,
3. Blakely, and known as the Abrams
Terms of sale: one-third cash, bal
ance in one and two years secured by
mortgage of the premises and the pur
chaser's note bearing eight Ier cent
per annual and the usual ten per cent
attorney's fee, mortgage to contain
ustial receivershtip clause. Purchaser
to pay for stainips and papers.
I. P. DAVIS,
3 t-3t-A Trustee.
THIN, FLAT HAIR
GROWS LONG, THICK
"Danderine" e 0 8 t .
only 35 cents a bottle.
One application ends all '
dandruf, stops itching
and falling hair, and,
in a few nmoments,
you have doubled the
beauty of your hair
It wvill appear a mnasssso
soft, lustrous, and easy
to d1o lip, hit what ill
please you most will be
af ter a few weeks use,
wvhen you see newv hair
fine and downy at first,
yes.--but really newv hai
growing all over the
seal p. "Danderine" is to the hair what
fresh showers of rain and sunshine are
to vegetation. It goes right to the roots,
mavigorates and strengthens them. This
delightful, stimulating tonic helps thin,
lifeless, faded hair to growv long, thick,
heavy andi luxuriant.
I RUB IT IN FREELY'
Doesn't burn 'or smart-Mustang Liniment
is mnade of sootlhig, healing oils that pene
trate the flesh to the very bone!I Positively
dbanishes sore muscles, strains, bruises,
with a f0. applications. For 73 years
Mustang Liniment .as been. the real
"friend in need" to MAN, LIVESTOCK
and POULTRY. Use it freely for
Rheumatism Cuts, Sores Hoof Disease
* Lumbago P'ilcs Inflained Udder
Neuralgia Caked B~reasts Gapes,
Grip. Colds Sore Nipples Cholra
Pne1umoni:a. Sprains Vermin
NMumps Spavins,Tuniors Pip. etc., etc.
Household Size WIH2c TRIAL BOTTLE
S~c. -a solid brass "i'ut-and-Take"
Contains3times TODDLE'OP-the latest crnzo. Iluvo N le
asmuch as opularl li1e firsit to set ONI wonderful novelty,.
25c size -end no 26 centm. in stturnp or coin (well wrapped.,
fo' t llourenol Size) tustang Lin mont,
s andie o wils include wit it, by retur h tnail, tie
Containsitinics Totidlo M op. abua lutng l fre . Lyo blfg. Co., 41
as mchasSouth Fifth St.. Birookmlyn, N. Y.
&hn Good Old UnLdRY Unce it8fe
LYON MANUFACTURING CO., Proprieoors
41L43.4u South Fifth SPeeet sROOKLYN, N.Y.
SOLD BY DRUG AND GENERAL STORES
COTTON SEED OIL
W. C. TAYLOR
Mfellilier of New 011(%r(ip Cottor 1NeNiipge
We Fulirlsl it Dily Cott oil Letter 1're' to Ml 1ilv4rested.
PneEuEmNoa0Sra S. Vm
Make sure of a
big crop. Use
R. L. GRAY, Gray Court, S. C.
HUNTER BROS., Laurens, S. C.
R. V RBY , Laurens, 5. C.
R. 0. HUNT, Owings, S. C.
T. M. & J. B. PINSON,
Cross Hill, S. C.
Good Bread is the unfailing standby of every house
keeper. Whether served at the appetizing breakfast,
the substantial dinner or dainty afternoon tea, it's the
food around which the meal is planned.
is a name that stands for Bread-perfection. Always de
licious, nourishing, economical.
Ask your grocer.