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Old Reliable Mustang Liniment
stops lossesbykeepi ng stock healthy.
SOOTHES while CURING
No Alcohol - No Sting - No Torture
Mustang Liniment is made of pue,
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 ?biL .,coiG
oia coM nf mnine that was suffering fromt
a caked udder. Sie was relieved in I day
from suffering and completely cured in
about 5 to 6 days."
John H1. Fisher, New Berne, N.C.-"Our
deliver-y horsc was so badly stove tip in his
fore leg ani shouldertlat we could not ose
hi. yusing Mexican Mustang I.Inintt
oil him hie was euiliplety cured and re
stored to the best of condition."
FREE WITI 25c TRIAL BOTTLE
Take" TODD', TOP. Latest craze-get
ot Sen wd 25 cents in stamps or coin for
T ri Bottle (Iousehold Size) MustangLin.
fitiolt and get Tloddle Top, absolutely free.
Lyon Mfg. Co..,41So. Fifth St.,Jikiyn, N.Y.
SoM by Drug and General Stores
"The Good Old Standby Since 1848"
R A-T -SNAP
Also milcel, Absoilutely prevenlts
odfors froim ltln s.. ne pneltge
proitis tlhis. I'I-SNAI comes lit
cake-s--no imixing 111h1 ofther food.
:1e size (I enke) 4en1oigl for
1antirii, l4ehen or Cellar.
(P size ol enhes) fillr Chicken
iionse, coopls I. r small b111dinirs.
$1.)" sIze (5 enkes) evanonuh for all
faim 41111 on I -loll ld ings. st (oralge
pml i ling ls. or faactory bulilligs.
Sold 11WRlaanteed by C. E.:. Kell
ned y & son, 1,an irIens li1ardw a re Co.,
and Pultnlaml's D)-r Store.
Qj Jess Pugh presents,
, other fun special
ties, "The Snuff
,which was origin..
ated by him and
S munities through- i:
out the country.
QJess Pugh is one of
the most popular
S Chautauqua enter
tuiners of the day.
SEVENTH NIGH T
Chautauqua Week Here
To Stop a Cough Quick
take HAYES' HEALING HONEY, a
con~~ snedlne whirh stops the cough by
beng the inflamed and irritated tissues.
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and
etopi enclosed with every bottle of
YES' I~QHONEY. The salve
bOldId be rboopthe chest and throat
ofchldren aefr dgfinm a Cold or Croup.
.k o druggist for HAYES'
IIL'tE SUM TU
FINANCE 8IIIP1 SUBSIDY
Estimated Amount of $52,000,000 Antiu.
211ly is the Amount liardinig Would
Saddle ol Nation.
Wasitinigton, April 6.-istablish
ment of a priv-ately owned Imlerchant
marine through governmen t aid, as
proposed bty President IlIardlug and
Ithe shipping board, woulld necessitate
a maxHinim Ireasu ry outlay of' $52,
000,000 annually, Senate and hlouse
committees Coildering the ship sub
sidy were told by Chairman Lasier,
of the board. EInactment of the leg
Islation, however, would put an end,
he Contended, to the $50,0,00,000 yearly
loss the shipping board Is sustaiiiing
in operating its vessels.
Suggesting that the chairman's
estimate did not take into considera
tion "indirect aids1" provided for in
the bill, llepresentative Davis, Dlemo
erat, Tennessee, asked what their
mtoney valueit would 'he.
"It's useless to try to estimate," Mr.
Iasker Cplied, adding 'that funds Cor
indirect aids" would not colie from
tle government. Instead of increas
ing the burden on the treasury, lie
a(lded, sucthi ais .would lip4) Increase
the reveitues of .slipplig colipalniesl
wIich, uinder the bill, 'would <be re
quired, when thelir net retIrnii ext'e'd'(i
ed ten per cent, 'o t'"rn half the ex
ess earitiigs back to the governmti'it'Zit
tilI the full11 amtoult of the sub-idy
was retu rIned.
In (comui It I ig $52,000,)000 as the
probable governmt'ttielit expenditure for
"direct aid," Alr. Lisker sald he al
lowed t'or conversion into the mer
chiant ma hrine fn id, $:0,t)000 to 'he
derived frot elstolit rcei pt s, $1,000,
000 inl toininage dues, $5,000,000 now
paid for tralns:oitationt of certain
classes of foreign mails, and $3,000,
01A) in contstruction Charges.
A\ccount in g "or the remaining $lO,
ll00,110011, the chairma explained it,
was exl'pected that, deductions amuntoxit
ing to this ligure would he miade in
income taxes Iayable by shipping
companies.- The bill provides for such
The cost of ialitaining the IIIei
chant marlie naval eserve, which
would be created by the bill, would be
defrayed from thle mcehant mart c
fuid, tle cornuittees were informed,
and would iet cause an additional
outlay from the treasury. Cost of
maintailning the reserve, Mr. ihasker
estimate(l, would not exceed $3,-000,
Whilo passage of the -bill would
require an expenditure of $52,000,000
a year at most, the added burden onl
the -treasury, the chairman said,
would approximate $47,000,000 as the
govei'ineit now expeids $5,000,0100 ot
the amount which would be turned
into the merchant marine fund for
transportation of foreign malls. Un
der the bill vessels of companies re
celving the government subsidy would
be required to carry United States
malls, except parcel post, free of
Mc 'Lasker said that the maximum
he qtuoted .would 'be exended only in
the event the bill1 "'operates success
fully", antd, even then, pr'oba'bly not'
before live years.
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* JONE~S NEWS *
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Jones, April 8.--'rlih tendeirest sym
pathty is felt for' Mr. B. D). Riegel it
th~e 'loss of hIs mother, Mr's. 10dimnd
son, on the 3rd( inst.
We had the pleasur'e of hiearilng a
splenid~i sermflon iby Rev. Hlarley at
King Cha'pel on 1st Stinday.
M.\r. Altman, demonst ration agent or
Gireenwioodl cotitty, was in our midst
Thet law pr'ohiibiting the use of cult
outs on auttomobiles ia disregar'ded .by
a considerable numbner' of the opera
tor's of machines.
Mesdaties J. C. Martin, Carlisle and
hiammnett recently paild Mr's. .Dr. W. T.'
Joites, an apprecIative vIsit.
The cotton mIlls at 'Ware Sht '1s aire
in operatlon day and night and( It is
rumnor'ed that the coin ~iy contemn
lplates miaking considera'ble impr~iove
mnents in the ntear future.
JTust as the ground was about ready
t) idotughi another heavy rain has
Mr. Thtos. DIuckworthi ter~raeced Mir.
Willie Norrzell's 'fainm last week.
Not as much fertIilizser is 'being .usedl
thIs year as heretofoi'e.
Very little sickniess prevalent in this
sectlion-almost distressIngly htealthy
to the dloctors.
rTe oat cr0o) 1s Very pi'omising.
|Mr's, Or', W. T. Jones, ~vMrs. Walter
Hlerr'ings and Mrs. 0, iL. G'raham d'na
son James, iwere in Greenwood Thurs
iWe recently met the .follotwing
ft'iends: Jantes Thomas, .of '1-onen
Path; John Simpson, of Gr'eenville;
Foster Crogier, of -Abbeville; Willie
pbodsmon, of 'Donalds; Samrasie iMcNlnch,
of tIohdges; 'Thomas Pitte, of Frilend.
ship; Irvin 'Freeman of Princeton, and
Blenton Nlckles, Qf flodges.
LcooeLeaf Ledgers, j0o,
'Advpvtiser PrlintIni O.
Washington, April 4.--President
qlarding's -dismiissal of 29 bureau of
engravin'g executives was the center
of another storm of Democratic pro
test in congress 'today desipite a White
I iouse explanation that the president
had not intendedby his action to "re
lleet on the character" of any of the
.In the senate a congressional in
qilry was proposed foria,'lly in a reso
lution by Senator Caraway (Demo
crat) of Arkansas. iwho declagnd the
president's unparal-leted dismissal or
dicr had been "inhuman and inexcus
a'ble." Several other Democratic sena
tors joined inl the attack while in the
house lepresentative yrns (Demo
erat) of Tennessee asasiled the presi
dent's act as "nothing short of an
Taking ithe lead in defense of the
administration, Senator Now (Republl
(al) of Indiana told the senate there
were "-amiple reasons" for the dis
missal although unfortunately there
were times when the president coulmd
not take the country into his confl
At the White Ilouse, Secretary
Christian, acting for the president,
declared in aslotter to one of the (Is
mhised officials that a full explanation
Wats not yet opportule, although the
chief executive regretted that "insinu
ating publicity" was 'being given the
incident. There had been no desire.
the secretary said, to retlect on the
cha racter of any government employee.
it also was said by White Ilouse
otlicials that Mr. Iliarding felt lie
aloie wva. responsible for the con
duet of an eilicient administration
and that he proposed to exercise the
presidential a'ppointive power in a
manner -that accorded with his own
ju(gillent. There was no possibility,
it was declared, tha.t any of the dis
missed oflicials would be restored to
Statement of tihe Ownership, Manage
Imient, Circulaition, Etc., .iequired
ly the Act of Congress of
Published weekly at :l:urens, S. C.,
for April, 1922.
State of South Carolina,
County of liaurens.
Before me, a notary public in and
for tihe State and county -aforesaid, pcr
sonally ippt'ared Alison 'Lee, who, hav
Ing been duly sworn according to law,
deposes and says that he is-tio editor
of tihe Laurens Advertiser and that
the following is, to ,the best of his
knowledge and bel-ief, a true state
men't of the ownership, management,
etc., of the .aforesaid' pIblicationl fyr
the date shown in the above caption,
required bv the Act of August 24, 1912,
embodied in section 443, Postal 'Lawn
and Regulations, printed on the re
verse of this form, to 'wit:
1. That the names and addresses of
'.he publisher, editor, managing editor,
and business manager are:
Publisher: Advertiser 'Printing Co;,
-Laurens, S C.
Editor: Alison (Lee, baurens, S. C.
Mainaging Editor: None.
Business Manager: Alison 'Lee, Lau
rens, S. C.
2. That the owners are:
Advertiser Printing Co., Laurens, S. C.
Arthur Lee, Grenwood, S. C.
Alson -Lee. Laurens, S. C.
3. That the known bondlholders,
mortgagees, and other security holders
owning or holding I p~er cent or more
of total amount of bonids, mortgages.
or other securities arc: None.
4i. Thiat the tiwo paragraphs next
above, giving the names of the owners.
stockholders and security holders, if
any, contain not only the list of stock
holders and security holders as they
appear u:pon .the books of the company
buot also, in canes where the stockhold
ers or security holder -appears upon
the books of the company as trustees
or' in any other ildunciary relation, the
name of the person or col porationl for
whom such trustee is not~in;;, is given;
also -that the aid itwo .paragraphs con
tain statements embracing aillant's full
knowledge and 'lbelief as to the circium
stances and conditions undeor which
stockholders .and seecurity holders who
do not aptoear upon 'the books of the
company as trustees, hold stock and
securiities in a capacity ot'her than (hnt
of a (bona fido owyner; and this amiant
has n'o reason to believe 'th-at any oth
er person, association, -or corporation
has any interest direct or~ indlirect in
'he said stock, bonds, or othier securi
ties than an so stated biy him.
AIbISON LIEE, 10ditor.
Sworn to and subscr'ibed 'befor'e inc
thii's 7th (lay of April, 1922.
t'awrence (1. Roff,
Nervous troubles, w ith backache,
dizz - mpella qjuegr' pains and irregular
kidneys, give reason to suspect kidney
weakness and 'to try the remedy that
has :helped your neighbors. Ask your
J. 1W. Henderson, manager of cotton
warehouse, 1348 8. hlarver St., L14u
r'ens says: "My kidneys were- badly
disordered and I suffered from pains
in rmy back and felt nervous and out of
sorts. I had dull pains in the 'back of
my head, My kidneys. acted too fre
quently nnd 'the secretions contamed
a sediment like brick dust. I rea~
a-bout IDean's Kidney 'Pills and bought
a box et La )arens Drug Co. Poan's
gave me roll ofin a slgort time and con
tipued -use fixed me 1ip in good shaipe."
(Statement given November 23, 1914.)
*'1nuarv 24, 1922, Mr. Henderson
said: "The euro Dean's Kidney Pills
gave me has ,beenV a permanent oite anud
I gladly renew nqv former statemrit:
in praise of this -reniedy,"
(Price 60o, att all dealers. Dbn't aimn.
ply asek for a kidney Imemdy--got
Doap's Kidney Pills--the wame' .tlat
Mr 'flen'dersom1. had, PosteI~-MUgr
Co. Mfa, B 1,
(AN'T CASII CHECK
United States Treasury Seems to Be
IWahington, April 1.-The United
States may be the (wealthiest nation in
the world, but its treasury can not
cash it check for 19 cents issued to
one of its dollar a year men that
served during the war.
ilugo 1). Newhouse, San Francisco
attorney, served as a dollar a year man
with the war department for two and
a half months 1prior to the armistico
Ile wanted the check as a souvenir
andi, enlisted the eftorts of 'Senator
Shortridge of California to get It. It
came yesterday - but across one cor
ner was indorsed the notation that no
funds were immediately available to
pay It. The amount was computed
on the actual basis of one dollar a
year. Senator Shortridge in sending
t'ie check to his constituent 'urgd
that he be lenient In attempting to
force collection of the amount.
USE SLOAN'S TO
EASE LAME BACKS
Y can't do your best when
your back and every muscle
aches with fatigue.
Apply Sloan's Liniment freely, with.
out rub&ing, aqld enjoy a penetrative
glow of warmth and comfort.
Good for rheumatism, neuralgia,
sprains and strains, aches and pains
sciatica, sore muscles, stiff joints and
the after effects of weather exposure.
For forty years pain's enemy. Ask
your neighbor. Kecp Sloan's handy.
At all druggists-35c, 70c, $1.40.
NO MORE RATS
or miice, after you uso RAT-SNAP,
1t's a sure rodent killer. Try a Pkg.
and prove It. Bats killed with RAT.
Snap leave no smell. Cats or dogs
won't touch it. Gunranteed.
35e size (1 eake) enough for
Pantry, Kitchen or Cellar.
i5e size (2 cakes) for Chicken
House, coops, or small buildings.
$1.2; size (5 eakes) enough for all
farm and out-buildings, storage
buildings, or factory buildings.
Iold and (uanranteed by 0. E. Hen.
nedy & Son, Laurens Hardware Co.,
and Putnam's Drug Store.
Penn s spells
Penn's is packed
air-tight in the pat
ented new con
tainer. It is always
Chew fresh to
bacco. Try Penn's
next time. Clean
I Sell Old Reliable Brand
See Me Before You Buy.
CLYDE T. FRANKS
700 , 0 0 0
40, Coupo $1280, Touring Catr $880, Rqadster $850
)usiness Car $080,. Screen~ Business. ar $880
TERBY MOTOR CO.