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Rub It In fr
Colds in the Chest,
Sore Throat, Grippe and
Inflammation of Any Kind
The pure oils in Mexican Mustang Lini.
mlent -Uotme instantly, penetrate quickly
andi redluce swelling of 1glands. Mustang
is particularly effective n treating Croup.
Diphtheria. Rheumatism, Lumbago, Frost.
bites, Cuts, Burns. Piles-all ailments that
can possibly be reached by an external
remedy. Contains no alcohol-DOES
NOT MARTI OR STING. 73 years' suc
cess. No home should be witlut it.
Doctors Prescribe It - Read This
Dr.'J. C. Compton, Ratliff. Miss., writes:
"I have prescribed your Mexican Mustang
Liniment for Se Th roat, Chilblains. etc..
und the results were entirely satisfactory.
I think very highly of it."
FREE WIT" 25c TRIAL BOTTLE
TOA 9o 'l's**ut..tnITn,-- TODD)LE
or " in fo r 1,t. I 11 5.ho,, 25x c, , "n i
p.ITn'IdI~rnt rdf* . I.Y)nf i i. CO.
--50C-$ 1.00
Sold Drug and General Stores
"The Good Old Standby Since 1848"
MEXICAN
A
Thle Quinine Thiat Does Not Affect
tile Head
Because of its tonic and laxative ef
fect. LAXATIVfE 'BROMO QUININE
(Tablets) can be taken by anyone
,without causing nervousness or ring
ing In the head. E. W. GROVE'S sig
nature on box. 30c.
W. S. M. Says:
"I'd have to take a
correspondence course
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
plates."1
Willard Service Man
Come in and let the Wil
lard Service Man show you
how to get more battery
1miles per dollar with the
iWillard Threaded Rubber
(Battery.
Laurens
Storage<
Battery
Co.
W. Laurens St.
Phone 446
This trademark, stam--- -'1r. .
on th cep iden'tinestthe wagard
Thread0 Rubber Battery.
Db R *
Valar
JONES NEWS
Jones, Alaich 27.--The filends of
lessrs. Dunk Sullivan, 'Milton Golden,
Porter E1lledge, Wesley Algary and 'B.
[,. Ilenderson, veterans of the Civil
\'ar, upward of 80 years of age, will be
,lad to hear that they are enjoying
.ry good health.
Mis. Water i ng, of 'Marion, is
isiting her parevis Mr. and Mrs. W.
l'ownes Jones.
Messrs. Walter M. Jones and Albert
[ogers were !in Gi.enwood last Tues
lay.
Our life-long fri'eld anld progiessive
-itizen of Donalds, Mr. '\V. R. Dunn,
a*as ill mur midst 1cen'.lv, and re
eived a most cor-dial greeting fromt
ill of his aciuaintances.
Ion. Dave Smith, of Colleton, was
in W\are Shoals last Monday.
Messrs. Albert Rogers aid son, Now
ton, were witnesses in Andersonl court
last week.
Di. W. T. Jones was professionally
cal iled to Elkom recently.
\Y'e were very sorry to hear of the
recent deaths of our good friends,
Judge Fr'anik Walker, of Waterloo, and
Mr. Augustus Iluff, of iaurens, and
sympathize with the bereaved fami
lies.
A severe storm of rain, hail and
wind visited this section last Sunday
night. followed by a cold 'wave and
genuine \lMarch winds.
Mi. Hob Golden, of Greenwood, vis
ited hs brother, .\Milton, yesterday.
Mr. James Cambrell, of Georgia, is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1.
C. Gam'brell, of Ware Shoals.
Dr. \V. T. Jones is very grateful to
hiis friends, white and colored, for re
eit kind favors.
The low price of cotton is material
ly rotarding the return W gieneral
prospeility.
'.Mr. Copeland, a cotton buyer, of
Laurens, was at Ware Shoals, last
Vednesday.
Dr. V. TP. Jones wishes to buy a good
milk cow, iwitl' a young calf; also two
pig. of improved breed.
Al of our peelile tenderly sym
pathize with I Mrs. Robert Ellis, in the
loss of her mother. Mrs. Little, of
Georgia, on the 17th inst.
We recently met the flhlowinz
friends: Joseph Thomason, of Hickory
Tavern, Trhos.Wods, joseph Simmons
aid Mills 'Pitts of Poplar Spi'rings,
John South and Henury '-iiggins of
G reen wood. Frank Davenport of
G-reenville, :Dr. J. G. Cooper, Broadus
Cooper, Wistar. Culbertson and J. H.
Blackwell of Ekom, and Dr. Bell of
Due West.
fY ILLILSV111E NEWS *
Tylersville, March 27.-We are glad
o report Mrs. Mary E. Donnan much
letter. She has 'been sick for some
.ine.
Miss Mattie Donnan spent the week
mid with ,Mrs. E. HI. Garrett, of Gray
'ourt.
Mr. TI. Grace, of Greer, and Miss
~ydie Peterson, of Spartanburg, visit
~d Mr. andl Mrs. .1. W. Peterson last
Master 'I arold Sanders celebrated
11s birthday 011 'March 21st wvith 1kis
ittle friends. D~elicious cake and
emionadie wvere ser'vedh.
Mr. andc Mrs. 'T. 0. Garrett and faim
ly spent last Sunday iwith Mrs. Gar
'ett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. WN.
'eterson.
Mr. Wash Owens was the guecst of
,ir. and Mrs. C. 21. Owens Sunday.
Mr. Jeff Sanders and family v'isitedl
is daughter, Mrs. J. T. Willard, a few
lays ago.
Mr. J. W. Donnan, Miss Lucy .Don
an and others attended (quarterly
onference at hLanford last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Md. Owes visited the
le latter's 'parets at -Simpsonville, a
sw days ago.
Mrs. J. 0. Davis and little Ruby, of
treenv411e, visited her mother, Mrs.
lary E. Donnan last Thursd'ay.
Mr., and Mrs. E. H. Garrett and chil
ron of Gray Court, were the guests
f Mr. F. La. Donnan and family Sun
ay.
Little Thelma tDlonnan and Alice
karrett celebrated their birthday to-.
'ether on March 26th, Thelma being
1, and Alice 9.
Mrs. John Blakely visited Mrs. Mar
.- - last Tuesday.
Li~iss I~essie 'Donnan is improving,
re are glsd to say.
-e l ille Abercronmbie, Ftila and
aspest Gavrett, of Greer, spent Gunday
rlth homefolks.
Miss ILucy Donnan and Mfrs, Alma
5ryor 'visited Mrs. James Donnran, of
iaurens, recently. ' '
Mr. J-ugh Donnan and fahily 'wore
uests oftivJ. W. Donnan and fo's
ly, Sunday.
TIflk BOLL WiEVffL IN 192M
die Present Situantion Sagtests Con.
servatlive Precedud'.
Clemson College, IMarch 27..-'w!ng.
0 the. figur mild consecutive 'hntors
b)/e have ha~d there nhas been au
ecumulation of bo4l weevils anil at
tihis time throughout 'the stite ,th,
weevil is unusually abund-ant. Shouli
we have favoluble weevil weathe
during June and July this season, 0
in other words, should we havo weath
er this year during 'June and jul:
similar to that of last year durir
these same .months, then we may 'wel
looli with alAprehension on the situa
tion for 1922, thinks Prof. A. F. Con
radi, entomologist.
The history of the aboll weevi
would show t-hat an abundance o
weevils iII early spring does no
lecessarily mican it crop failure *o
most destructive damage to the crol
for that Season, because unfavorabl:
weevil weather during June an(
July may react on the 1weevil and .
crop he prodluced inspite of the abumui
ance of weevils inl the spring. Ih1
it is well for the farmers to Colitem
plate seriously the situation that nx
exists, and such a Contemplatio
"THE GREATE
"DON'!
UN
Don't sit there wol
terraces. Those b
= that land worth $1
of land by a littlej
purchases by dropl
sure to get greater
FOR $1.00
12 yards 37-inch Sea Islan
10 yards Middy Twill ...
10 yards heavy 'Drilling
10 yards 36-inch Blewchini
10 yards l)ress Chmamnuay
12 1-2 yards 1fast color
('heeks .... .... ....
I pair e(lIns Overalls and
.T'oilet Soap
1 Pailr Alen's lhaki Pant
enkes Toilet Soap.
24 Alen'N llandlIkerhiefs
22 1-4- yards 27-inh Sea I
(30 landies' I Ila ndkereliefs
20 pairs Mlen's flose ...
20 iairs Ladies' Hose .
25 eakes Oc tagoni Soap.
1 2-:3 pounds Shoe JLeather
20 Ilair' 'Nets.........
I Alan's Hat and 2 eake
Soap .... .... .... ..
1 Umbrella anid 2 enkes Toi
for...............
8 cans Prin'ee Albert .
12 y4irds 36-inch Curtain
10 yards Toweling .... ..
10 Turkish Towels....
10 lluek Towels.......
.10 packages Lux .... ...
10 yardls Long ClothI, for~
dlerwear .... .... .....
1(0 yards 40-inch 'Sea [slan<
10 yards Mat tress Ti'eking
1 ( 2-3 yar'ds Ia t tress TIiekE
25 (enkes Toilet SoapJ, large
25 School Ta blet s.. .. .
4 ya;rd1s Oil Cloth .... ...
1 pair P Ied Room SIlipiper'
spools Tlh read.........
811OES
LaIdie.s' Oxfords .........
laiesiC' Pumiips..... ....
_Ladlies' Tfan Ljace Oxfors
" rubber heels .........
Ladlies' Plain 'roe Oxfords
-Ladlies' One Strap Oxford.
_ Shoe Leather, per lh....
Men 's 'Shoes, all leather .
_Men 's U. S. A rmy ,Shoes.
Men 's D)ress Shoes . .. ..
s Men 's -Oxfords .........
IMen 's Brogue Ox fords...
Men 's Oxfords, .:Cush ion S
JRaby 'Shoes ......... ..
Baby Oxfords ......... .
Children's Oxfords .... ..
'Boys' Shoes ......... ...
Boys' 'Dress Shoes ... .. .
Roys' Dress Shoes. .. ..
Infant's ''Hustler 'Brand''
Children's Hose ........
Ladies' Hose ......... ...
Ladies' 'Hose ..... i
Ladies' Bhoot'Silk Hose, blai
and gray ......... ....
Ladies" Silk Hose....
Ladies' 'better grade 'Sill
at .... .. ...... ie
g Boys' and Girls' hleavy
Hose ................
The Powerful Magn4
Quatityt
should have the erroct or urging upon
I him a conservative course of !proccd
ire In 1922. Again it Is urged that
every effort should be directed toward
soil improvement, its this is the fun
damenital step hi farming under boll
weevil conditions.
Loose Leaf Ledgers, Etc.
Advertiser Printing Co.
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF
t ('Complaint Served
State of South Ca'rolina,
County of Laurens.
COUWr O1F COMMON PLIDAS
Andrew Saxon, Mack Salon, Queen
Williams, Hugh Saxon, Individually
and as Administrator of the estate
of B. T. Saxon, deceased, and Geor
gi':anna 'M01inney, .'laintiffs.
against
.ohn 'WL Saxon, if living and if dead,
his heirs at law, names, ages and
Places of residence unknown, Rachel
1Ii xon, 1'rnest Saxon, Louella Saxon,
ST TROUBLES WE HA'
r CROSS
[IL YOU
'rying about the Boll We(
roken places will develop
.50 an acre. "A stitch in
judicious work right now.
>ing your nickels, dimes a
and better returns.
MJE0N 'S
: .... $1.00 Me's I~nts.....
......$1.00 Alem s Hats, large hi
$l0's. Columbia. I11
.$1.00 Aen's I)rss Hats
S. .. $1.00 BI'en 's )eliuixe VeloI
.... $1.00 ( IENT'N 1D
A proln .\en 's 1i)res.s Shirts
.. $1.00 ..\ln's )ress Shirts
2 nkes M .1e's Silk Shirts
.A.....$1.00 M.\en's Bet ter I)ires t
s and 2 Men.'s \Vwrk S'Thirts
$.....$1.00 Me' '. 'Work Shirts
......$1.00 Alen's best Work iSh
sla1nd. .$1.00 Meni's Sleeve Supp<
.......$1.00 'Men's Supporters .
.......$1.00 Men's Pleat ed Silk I
.... $1.00 MAXTel's Hose .... ...
$1.00 Iafen 's hose .... ..
......$1.00 len 's Leatherl Belts
$1.00 Men's hose .... ..
i Toilet Kien's Handikerchiel
.. .... $1.00 .Amil's Blue H1andke
let Soap MI1en's 'Red Handker<
.... $1.00 Men's Pants .... ..
.... ..$1.00 'M en 's P'lants......
Serimn $1.00 Overalls........
$1.00 Men's summer weigi
.....$1.00 - 'Carhartt Overalls
.$100 Glen's Suspenders, p
... $1.00 'Boys' Suspenders, p
fine unm- 'Men 's "'E versna p'
....$1.00 peri pir ii... .. .. .
S....$1.00 NO'l
.... $1.00 ,alThread ...O.
ng . . $1.00 1 paperQI of Pj ..
size . . $1.00 ;*. & .CasTra
--..$1.00 pae;c;Cot h'ma
. ..$1.00 .Pencis 'i for ....
and 5 Ladies' Hlandkerchie
. .. . $1.00 Ihair' Nets. .. . ....
Bonnie-B Hair Nets
.... $1.98 Secool Tablets ...
I.... $1.98 Colored Crayons ..
swith Writing Paper an
. .....$2.95 box for. .. .. .. .
. . .. $2.25 Babies' Rubber Pan'
. . .. $8.45 27-inch Dia per Cloth
..... .$1.45 Needles, 1 paper ...
....60o Stick 'Bluemng, per 1
.....$1.98 Children's Rings, 2
......$2.95 Leather, Shopping '13
....$2.95 1 spool Silk Thread
......$.95 Gauaranteed JfAeetrie
. ....95 'fixtures and attac]
>;3. .45 in, for .... ....,.
.....98o DRY G
.. .18 Middy Twill .... ..
... .5 Fast color 'Apron Cl
. .. .. 175' 37..inch Sea Island.
' ' -. .8 Best Sea Island, .
Long Cloth for fine
.... ....8o ODrilling ..........,
.... ..100c 36-inbah 'pleachings
..... ..5c Mattress Ticking .
ek, white 'FeatherProof Ticlhit
. ..3.9o Blue Den~ha.... ..
......6o Oil'tbioth' .... ....
Hose Best grade fast, colo
Ribbed ,40.-inch Voiles, all &
,.....18c D9tted 'Swiss 86-igec
ts that Pull Pradent Pcople to
ret syI d Prke.'
M. T. Saxon, Clyde 'Saxon, Macka
Saxon,..Jr., .Maybelle Saxon, Clar
ence SaxN,, Watts Saxon and Queer
Saxon, 'Defendants.
To the 'Defendats above named:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to .answer the complaint in this
action; of which a copy is herewith
served upon you by publication and tc
serve kt COPy of your answer to the sai(
coInilaint on th subscriber at his of.
lice Masonic Ten pIe, Greenville, S. C.,
within twenty day-s after tile. service
liereof, -exclusive of tihe day of such
service; and if you fall to answer th(
comilaint within the time aforesaid
the 4Plaintiffs In this action will appl.
to the Court for relief demanded In
the complaint.
JAS. M. RICHA'RDSON,
>Plaintiffs' Attorney.
Dated March 2, 1922.
C. A. 'POW10ll,
Clerk C. C. P., q.aurens County.
To John W. Saxon, if living, and if
dead, to his heirs at law, names,
kiges and places of residence un
known:
You are hereby given notice that
VE ARE THOSE THA'
THE E
GET TO
,vil, but get out and mer
into deep, damaging dic
time saves nine." You <
You can also save a I
nd dollars in Collins' si
IIATS 36-inch 'All
... .... .... 98c :16-in lh :Sill
-im II .... .... $1.25 36-incl all
s .... .... $1.98 10-4 pure 1
.... ........$2.45 36-ibreh Sill
I,: II*,,si .... $3.35 36-inchl 131hi
, 1SI 1 NXIS C"repe-de-Cl
... .... .... 75c colors ..
............95c Wool IB3roa
.... .. .. $2.98 all 'colois
h .. $1.50 jlty-Chyn<
...... .. ....39c White Serg
. . .. . .... 49c -Slu'unk,1( 4
irts.........65c 32-inch )Ir<
IItrs ..........5c fidies' -Silk
... .... *.... 8b Pongee Wa
ose. .... ....45c Iadics' bet:
.. .... .... ..c Ladies' Ge<
Chine W1
...... .... ...25c 28-inch Dr(
............ ..5c 36-inclh Flc
.... ..........B. 36-inch Cm
.cief.. .... .. 50 White Tab]
hefs .... ... c White Tab:
....... ...$1.98 72-inch got
...........$1.65 eerized T
....... ....698c White Woo
it Union Suits 49o
.. .........$1.69 Window Sh
er pa1ir...... ..25c Brooms..
21' pair...... ..10c Octagon S
Cuff Buttons, . Toilet 80al
...... .... ..10c TPoilet Soap
~SSoda, 4 pn
Lye, 2 canis
........ .... ..1c Umbrellas.
..... .....2 21-2c luiu
I ......... ....5c Plow Rope,
........ .... ..c Cob Pipes
.... .......... 5c aX,'for al
f's, :3 for . . . . 10c Dr. Islaiekni
.... .........5c A-Brick'
.... .... .....10c Dr. Caldwe
..... .... ....4c Wine of (e
.......... ...c Black Drau1
'Envelopes, '1 13.ce Dee St
......... ....100 liee Brand
:s...... .... ..39c Large size
10 yard bolt $1.65 der . .. .
. .... ....50 12 Clothes-,
...... .... ..5 . 2inl. Shoe
for .... .... ..5c- Blue Seal 1
ags .... .... .25o Pneumonia
.... .... .... 8 5 Gallon Oi
Iron, wit-h all Dish Pans,
iments thrown Plough i~n
... .... ....$8.9 'pio pa
D'Galvanized
.. .... .... ..10c 2 pawekages
icka .... .....80 6 Knives ar
... .......8 81.4 ~Men 's 'Leati
...... .... ..100
colbra .... ..100 Kitq, 30e p~
underwear ... .10 ' Schnapps,1
... .... .....10c Brown Mul
......... ...100 Yellow Jael
........... ..de Aliple'Sun
. ....... ..;.00o Stud, 6 for
..... .......25o R. J. R., 3
...... .... ..l.e Prince Mb
......... ....25c AtIeky Twii
e' Aprobn Oing- Rich anid 1
..........,.10. llagle, 45g
bors ....'... Se Natural
S...... ...,..:66 Camel igo
CollIht* Stoi. to Piachase ai
Uways id PoitIon to Give M
you -are being -served by publication
and you are, therefore, hereby sum
moned and required to answer the
CompIlaint in the foregoing catse of ac
tion, thle original of which .is on .ile in
the ofilce of the Clerk of Court for bau
rens County, 'within twenty days aftor
tho service of this summons upon you,
and if you fail within the time afore
I said, the -Plaintiffs in this action will
al:;)ly to the Court for -the relief de
manded in the conplaint.
JAS. .l. RIHAI)SON,
'laintiffs' Attorney.
Dated ClUrch 2, 1922.
C. A. 1POW ICI,
Clerk 2. C. P'., Ia"1 1, 'unty.
37-3t-A
No Worms In a t -alt Child
All children troubled with '.orr havo an un.
healthy colr. which lendk ix ood. and asa
rule. there is more or I ec '- distuTbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS CIil V given regu
larly for two or three wecki A the bleed.
improvo thedigestion, and a rilStreogth
ening Tonic to the whole a. aure will then
throjoff or dispel the' on , C Childwillbo
in oc qt health. Plea. . per bottl
SNEVER COME"
RIDGE
IT"
d the cracks in the
thes, detrimental to
:an save a gbod deal
great deal on your
ot, where you are
Ir-ish BrownI Linen ....45c
9Pon gee .... .... ....49c
Silk Impil'ted Polgee .95c
hinen Sheetilg ......$1.98
Taffeta .... .....98c
ek Satin .......... 98c
line, white and all other
. .... .... .... ....$1.39
loth, 5; inchles vide.
.... .... .... .... .. 85c
, all colors .... .... ..75c
1, al wool, sponged aid
4 inches Wide ....... 95c
SS Ginighams .. .... 15c
W aists .. ... .... $1.25
istis for Ladies .... .. 98c
:er Pongee Waists ....$1.98
>rgette and Crepe-de
lists .--- .... .... .. $1.98
s Gingham ... .. .12 1-2c
wered .Curtain Serin . .10c
'tain gerin .... .... 81-3o
c Damask ..........48c
e Damask .........58c
d quality, highly mer
able Danask .... .... 75c
F a n l.... .... .... 29c
lpes ....- .... .... ....49 c
kags.-......... . -15
for -- - . . .. . . 3
Dippers ..... ... 1c
1 foot for .... .... ....1c
anl's Me'dicatedl' "Liek
ock Medlicine ..... 25c
Insect Powder .... ....9c
Bee Br'and Insect Pow
... .. . . .. ...221-2c
ains for .... .... .... .5c
Poligh, black or tan ....12o
Vhite Vaseline .... ...10
Salve .... ..... ....1.9o
I Can ---..... .95c
14 quart ........ 35o
es -15 'feet for ..... 15c
Wash Pans .... ....25o
rd 6 Forks silver colored 95to
ecr Work Gloves 25o, 48c, 65o
TOBhACCO
ug .... ..... ....22 1-20
hick plugs .... ....22 1-2o
3, 30c plugs .... ....221..2o
ret, 30e plugs .... .22 1-2o
Cured, 30c plugs ...2.22 1 2o
--- .. . . .. ... 25c
for - . . .. . . .. 5
rt, 2 tins for ...~....25o
V, for.-... ..... ..71.2o
'laxy, 40o plugs ......350
plug .... .... ....3..9o
rett~ 20for .... .... 15
$6e of Good
oe for Loss.
iNS
Wikeid's Old #taud

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