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Old Reliable Mustang Liniment
stops lossesbykeeping stock healthy.
. SOOTHES while CURING
No Alcohot - 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.
SayS lia tester. Jacksonville, Ga
e used youdr Mexcan iment
on a cow of mine that wa sufering fromn
a caked udder. Shq was relieved in 1 day
from suffering and cole edi
about 5 to days.c ompletely cured in
John H. Fisher, New Berne, N.C.-"Our
delivery horse was so badly stove up in his
fore leg and shoulderthat wecould not use
him. Byusing Mexican Mustang Liniment
on hlic he was completely cured and re
stored to the beat of conditdon. "
WITH 2Sc TRIAL BOTTLE
FREE as~olid brass "Put-and.
Take" TODDLE TOP. Latest craze-get
one I Send %cents in aapa or coin for
Tril otte ousehold Size Mustang Lin.
Impnt and get Toddle Top boltlfr.
Lyon Mfg. Co.# 4l8o. Fifth t.,B'klyn.Y
Sold by Drug and General Stores
'rhe Good Old $tandby Since 1848"
Wi break a Cold, Fever and Grippe
qtilcker than anything we know, pre
W. S. M. Says:
"I'd have to take a
in foreign diplomacy if
I didn't know a sure
' fire answer to all the
battery troubles I hear.
I tell 'em all to buy a
Willard Threaded Rub
ber Battery-the kind
that has the insulation
that lasts as long as the
Willarid Service Man
Come in and let the Wil
lard Service Man show you
how to get more battery
Smiles per dollar with the
(Willard Threaded Rubber
W. Laurens St.
This tradanadr, stmd in red
Tee Rubber Battery
ARBUCKLE GOES ON TRIAL
FOR THE THIRD TI-.'.
Charged with Mutnsglagite' Grou-in
Out of the 'Denkt of .Miss Virgilia
Rappe in 1921.
San Fraiseico, March 12.-Roscue
U. Arbuckle, motion pictu re comnedian,
will go to trial t'omorrow for the third
Lime on charges of manslaughter
6'rowing'out of the death on Soptemli
ber 9, 1921, of Miss Virginia Rappe, a
notion picture actress. Miss Rappe's
cleath followed a drinking party in
Arbuckle's suite in the Hotel St.
Francis. It is expected that the pro
aess of selecting a jury will occupy
the greater part of a week. The trial
will gee no change in the lists of op
p)osing counsel, but it is expected that
inore witnesses will be called than in
either of the two iprevious trials.
The Jury in the first trial voted ten
to two for acquital, and in the second,
Len to two for conviction. Both sides
have promised to introduce evidence
In the forthcoming trial that 'was not
introduced in the other trials.
lowever, the prosecution probably
will lack one of its chief prosecution
witnesses, Miss Zey Prevost, who left
the state after the second trial and has
efused to return. It is expected that
her tesimony in one of the earlier
trials will be read into 'the record. The
depositions of a number of Chicago
witnesses have been obtained by the
defense for use in an attempt to prove
that the death of Miss 'tappe was due
to a chronic disorder which came to a
sudden climax, and not to external
Gorce applied by Arbuickld, as the
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* RIDDLES OLD FIELD NEWS *
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Riddles Old Field, March 13.-Farm
ers are getting anxious for the
weather to moderate. Most of them
had Intended getting 'their cotton crop
planted early to try to avoid the boll
weevil, but If the -rain continues long
it seems 'that they will ndt succeed.
Wle are glad to report that Mrs. S.
M. Garrett, ;who has -been very sick, is
able to be out again. iShe is now vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. Edgar Sher
Mr. Carl Garrett is on the sick list
at this writing.
Miss 'Mae Riddle spent Thursday
night with Miss Irene Owens.
Mliss Hester 'Britton visited Miss
Blanch Todd Saturday night.
Misses Nannie Owens rnd Jessie
Riddle spent 'Saturday night with Miss
es Nettle and Carrie Rhodes.
We are 'glad to say that Mrs. W. W.
Yeargin was able to attend services
at Warrior, Sunday.
Mr. 'H. P. Garrett's 'horse had the
misfortune of cditting Its leg on a
twire fence Saturday.
Some have already begun to plan
for the old soldiers' reunion which is
to be held at this -place in April. Date
will be announced later.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Willie Langston came
down from Greenville last week and
carried Mr. Hosea Martin's children
home wvith them.
Littld' Marvin Putnam, also little
Roy Riddle, are on the sick list'
Circles No. 1 and 2 of W. M. S. will
meet wvith IMrs. WV. 'Wi. Yeargin Thurs
Mrs. M. II. Howard of 'Fountain Inn
spent a few days last aweek with Mrs.
Lidie H~oward and child-ren. She had
the misfortune of losing heri p~urse
while oni her 'way to the depot Satur
Mi's. J .-). Williams and sons, Fred
and Larry, wer'e guests at Mr. WV. L.
air. and Mrs. IP. E. Cooper attended
services at 'Friendship Sunday and
wyere the dlinner guests of Mr. Coo
per's c'arents, Mir. and Mirs. Birooks
Miss Ida IDee Garrett spent this
week-end in Laurens with her cousin,
Miss Dorothy Garrett.
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* EKOM NEWS*
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Ekomi, March 13.--JWe are so glad
this morning to see the beautiful
There was a very 'good attendance
at church aSunday and <Pastor Coleman
preached another one of his good ser
Messrs. 'Guy and 'Irby Ehlledge and
Mr. J. 'P. Elledge, of the Poplar Springs
secion, visited airs, Luranie McDan
.Mrs. Carl Culbertson and children,
Miss Eyelyn 'Culbertson and little Ju..
hia Catherine hooper visited relatives
near Darksdtalo last week.
Mr. Lonnie Culbertson and famiy,
Mr. and Mrs. B3erkley Redden and lit
tle daughtei', Ruth, visited 'Mr. end
Mrs. Flloyd Godfrey, Sunday.
-Dr. and Mrs. J, 0. Cooper visited
Mru, Jennie Hamilton and Mr. an4
Mrs. B, G. Cooper, recently,
Mi %e 4ly Mfao Plips and lKath
*'Uledsoli frD8nt, hursday night
t~?iss LAuren% dulbertson,
v% Mu piy Bolt spent a few days
<t mot i' ra. T. H. Durts,
srry 'to learni of
Mrl's. ilur'ts illness and hoi1e she 1will :
FOon be well again.
Mr. and .\irs. San Cooper :)Cen. 1
Sunday With Mi. and Mirs. Gray Coo- I
Mr. and '.Mrs. Duglas Cooper spent'
Friday night with their aunt, Mrs. Lou
Mr. and Mrs. Roy 'Culbertson spent D
Thursday night with Mr. 'and Mrs.
Ryanl Pinson. t
Mr. and Mrs. layne Corbett and
little daughter, Dorothy, visited Mrs.
Jennie Hamilton and son, Jack, Sat
Mr. Wister Cooper visited 'his aunts,
Misses Edna and Kittura Cooper Sat
Mr'. and Mrs. T. J. Cooper recently
visited their sister, Mrs. Loretta El
ledge, who has .been right sick, and
they also called to see Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Elledge -who are both in feeble
health. Wie hope for them all a speedy
Farming vs. "Citying"
The oldest good story is the one
about the boy who left the farm and
got a job in the city. He wrote a let
ter to -his brother, who elected to stick
by the farm, telling the joys of city
life, in which he said:
"Thursday we -autoed out to t14
country club, Iwhere we golfed untiV
dark. Then we motored to the beach
for the week-end."
The brother on the f1rm wrote back:
"Y'esterday we buggied to town and
baseballed all the afternoon. Then we
wont -to Ned's and pokered until morn
ing. Today we miuled out to the corn
More Goods Fc
Two Red I
Buy your C
ery, Notions ani
and save 15 tc
everything you j
Hats, Caps, Sho
to foot for men
Creation of La
elry, Clocks, BiL
ders, Blueing, NI
ard Medicines, (
Racket Goods ai
mention. In fa<
We Buy for
Electric Light Lan
25, 40, 50-Watt 35
No. 1 Store 210 W. Las
len Wo stijp(ed, al(l thlen we pipe(d
0r u wille. -Vt-r 6lai we stalicased
11) to 0111 roon iand bedsteaded until
he clock I."---Fx.
FINAL SETTLE31 ENT
/Take notice that on thie 23rd( (laly of
larch, 1922, we will rendei a final ac
oint of our acts and doings as I ceu
ors of the estate of Mollie S. 'Pucker
teceased, In the ofilee of the Judge of
"TIZE MONEY YOU I
Don't build or repai
job of it with genuir
Insist on "Tide Water"
Cypress--you can iden
tify it by this mark.
the wood that defies d
saves your money.
Write us for list of FRE
and no substitutes" fron
YOUR LOCAL DEALER WILL
ron Racket 1
:lothing, Hats, Shc
I Racket Goods at I
> 35 per cent. on
eed in our many d&
es and Slippers, O
r, Hosiery, Gloves
Pocket Knives, Har
and boys. Also
kirts, Shirtwaist, 5
dies' Hats, Shoes
Dress Goods, Silks
g, Sheeting, Table I
~, Rugs, Crockeryw
les, Testaments, S<
i's Books, Pocket
Powders, Shoe P
y Cotton. Spooleo1i
[atches, Starch, Sus
Zandy, Chewing Gu
nd hundreds of oth
t we have very:
:Is for Same Money
asT WO RI
1'rolbato of I'hiiens county. at I
O'clock, A. .\L, and oin the salIe (111
will 1)113 for .t final (Iliseharge fror
0111 trust, a,, 1';oCltors.
Any persoln indebted to s11d stat
Is notified and recquire( to Inake pay
Ilt on that date; and all person;
1'aving Cla ims against said estate wil
preseit thlemil on or before said date
(11y 'provenl or1 be forever ba1'rred.
A. C. TODID,
1'x ent ors
Feb. 22, 1922. 32-5t
)ON'T 11AVE TO SPEND ON R)
ONEY'S -WOR TH
r over and over again. Make
THE WOOD ETERNAL"
ecay, lasts practically forever, av
uses Cypress build
Z kPLANS for farm buildings-but in the m
your local lumber dealer -no matter forv
258 Graham Bldg.. Jacksonville,
SUPPLY YOU. IF HE HASN'T ENOUGH 4
Stores in Lai
>es, Dry Goods, Dre
Zed Iron Racket St
your bill. You ce
Id Pants, Shirts, 1
, Cuff Buttons, C
Women and Chil<
ilk Dresses, Gingha:
and Slippers, Undi
)amask, Cretone, I
Blankets, Towels, 1
ire, Brooms, Alum
:hool Tablets) Pen,
olish, Needles, Pirn
ton, Laundry Soap
ar, Coffee, Molasse
m, Tobacco, Cigare
er items we haven't
near everything ke
n Days This W
---Same Goods for
D IRON E
Stores in Laurena
No.-2 Store North Side.o
It is a unIi(que way. the la t Druig
Co. h Is o selling F lonci, it gu IIan
I titc(l it' it I t f 'or t
No Worms in a Healthy Child
All cilldren troubled with Worm,,. havo an on.
healthy colir, whiit Indiente4 poor blhaveand asa
rVle, there Is moro or I es stomach disturbane.
G;ROVE'S TASTELESS C11111. TONIC given regu
larly for two or three weeks. will ench the blood.
Improve thedigestion, and act as u generalStiength.
cing Toni to thewole system. Nature will then
throwjff or dispel the worms. and theChldwllbo
inp~ifct healthr Plasauttotake. 0eprbottle.
SAI',4RIS I ALL PROFIT."
a "one-time" everlasting
Insist on "Tide Water'*
t press-you can iden.
tify it by tWi mark.
erts further repair bills and
s but once."
rieantime insist on " CYPRESS
what purpose you buy. Address
IYPRESS LET US KNOW AT ONCE.
same Goods For
irens, S. C.
2s Goods, Millin
ores in Laurens
in find very near
and Boys' Suits,
thimig from head
rable Oil Cloth,
:ils, Box Paper,
;, Guitars, Toilet
,Hair Pins, Hair
3, Washing Pow.
is, Lard, Stand
ttes, Notions and
time or space to
pt in a first class
Sell for Cash
ectric Light Globes
re Light for Less Money
I Sqnare in Burns Block