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TH E "BLD RELIA
White Haired Alabama Lady Says
and Go But The "Old Reliab]
Dutton, Ala.-In recommending Thed
ford's Black-Draught to her friends and
neighbors here, Mrs. T. F. Parks, a well
known Jackson County lady, said: "I am
getting up in years; my head is pretty
white. I have seen medicines and reme
dies conic and go but the old reliable
came and stayed. I cn talking dcf Back
Draught, a liver medicine we rave used
for years-one that can be depend-d up
on and one that will do the work.
"Black-Draught will relieve indigestion
and constipation if taken right, and I know
for I tried it. It Is the best thing I have
ever found for the full, uncomfortable
A play that affor
of amusing cc
-\ well as nm
She Has Seen Medicines Come
C" Thedford's Black-Draught
feeling after meals. )ur stomach and
sick headache can be rellevcd by taking
Black-Draught. It aids digestion, also
ssists the liver in throwing off impuri
ties. I am glad to reconunend Black-.
Draught, .nd do, to my fr..:nds and
Thedford's Black-Draught Is a stand
ard household remedy with a record of
over seventy years of successful use.
Every one occasionally needs something
to help cleanse the system of impfiritles.
Try Black-Diaught. Insist upon Thed
ford's, the genuine.
At all druggists. C.'7W
ds an abundance
TS ONLY $2.75
Here. May 2.9
Port. liestrietions mity le Tightem
IIo Prevent Pas1tsage.
Washington, Apil 19.--The fedel'
goverinlent in enforcing .proiIbitic
would close its ports to tle extent .
prohibiting the i transit InI bood throt
the counitry or' evel the transfer fro)
onte ship to another itn anly of its ha
bors of liquor ittetinded for consumil]
tion as a beverage in a toreign coul
Stry. Judge G't, assIstant to the a
torley general, declared today in a
; uing casevs in the suipremei coutrt.
The 'ase; involve a shiIpment frao
Cantada to Mexico by IHirtm \alk(
& Sons of intoxieattinti liquol to I
Iitrnshippedin bond from Detrolt.
Netw OreIns. and11 a sthiiment or I
qmw i, the Anchor iline frot Sco
aind to teriuda by tranisfer frot oil
ilritish vetsel to another in New Yor
.i dg 1ff exi0ained that inl
Former case the tnited States distriq
(ol t at I etroil h:ul It Id that hoti
tie treaty with Great b.itail and tl
revised statutes, notm1 itistanding t1
1-sth almenrment01 and thle \'oistead a<
had aut horized such shlimntlsfil l
th!e lnited 'State's district court :
Nev York in the matter of tie ttat
ferI' had held that both tte revist
staitutes and tle treaty with Gre
Iritain wIhith authorized the tr anis
(f intoxicating liquor had been repen
ed and abrogated, respectively.
It is the purpose of tihe governmtci
in pressing the cases to prevent bot
tihe trans-shipmliiints and traisfer
liqiuor, Judge Goff Stated, because
the large am1ount whicl while in tim
sit is either pilfered or diveritd.
"1Th4e l'nited Stat(", exerted its sol
ei ieigni power and withdrew its pr'ote
iol and its recog'niition of liquor
a1 commtilodity of cotiiere ," Judge Ge
said, adding that the government I1
sisted the language of the 18t amen
mllent included the transit of liquor I
lontd ill the U'nited States.
All thIt a nsl olrta tion within tile juri
diction oft tle U'nited Stages of iqu<
for beverage uIrposes Is prollibitel
he continued, emphasiz:ing that ite e
portatiotn of liItor had 'been prohlibi
ed. Congrcss had refused the pr
teetion of thtIe goverlIment to lituor .1
tended forl l overage -purposes, he ad(
ed. no) matter whtether ldestited
'Itzt /s of this enuntry or ti perio
in other countries. A comii it y tiu
be ea:1able of being imported befoi
It caln be adiitt(ed, .ludge Goff argue
even to the extent of being transfe
red ftc.ml one ship to another.
Justice Van Devanter and Juti
McReynolds suggested that If co
gress had prohibited tie exportatic
of liquor by citizens of the - Unitt
States the transit itt bon(1 o1 the tran
fer Inl bond 1within this Country ft
the benefit of foreigners probably w1
C.minsel for the shippers insist(
that the Detroit decision siould 11
sustainled, contendhaig that, not witl
standing the oltintons exPressed i
P'esident (levcland and Harrison tt
the sect Ion of thte Bitish trteaty
quiiestion had 1been abtrogated It t
minel~Id in force; that thte leaks -at
Pil fering had beenl ovetlmphizedI0( 1
the govetrnment and thtat as the Un
tedl Rates was a large expmorting nl
tIon cons5ideraItionl should be givent
mlaintaliing frtedly r'elationts wi'
rThey also refertred to thte "istabi
ity" cf prohiiltlon, counlsel fotr I
Anchor lIne assertIng thtat the co
strutiton asked hv the gover'lnmel
would impose a "sevete str'in ut
the 18th amendiment.
AGNE~S AYIUES, STAll,
'EATIUtED IN "TH'IE Shill
Excellentt Riole in Bfig Ptroduct itn.
Agnes Ayr'es, tatentedi antd heal
fitl, who won stardom by her' artIst
worIk itt Cecil 15. D~e Mille's Paramout~ii
screen platyer', Rud~ot-ph Valentino,
George Melfotrd's big Paramnltit 'Pr
ductlon ot "T'he Sheik,"' whiich eotm
to the Prineess Theatre Thursday -at
Ftiday of thtis week.
MIss Ayres han thte effective role
-DIana Mayo, a headstrong 'bitt bta'
-and spirited Engilih girl iWh en1 fcont
ers the Shelik in thte dleser't and1( lear
finally to love hIm after a somewh
harriowinlg ex petriee atnd comtlvIe
subhjugation to his Indomnitable wvI
.lIe Is a verita-ble tmaster of men-a
women. Nonte enn stand agalist I
power w'hich In hIs emopire of Iband
Wild tIding and fighting, grIppi
'scenes In desert sandstorms, acti
pIled on aetion-suchl -are the Ingtei
ents cf this -photoplay 'bly Monte
I Iatterjehn, aapted from 1'. M. Ilul
ntovel. And MIss Ayres has a r'ole tii
Is difficutlt, fIlled wIth hard work a
'nse actIng, to which she (1oes, it
saId, more titan full justIce.
Wisdom Lies in Correction.
Don't tmatke -tofu rrneh of the fauth
atnd findIngs of those nrounrd y'ot ; v<
'be goodt (0 yourlt'tf, and1( don't ltpr
y'our soul over your owt blunders at
mtstatkes.-Ada C. Sweet.
THE PEOPLE IN MY TOWN
COOPERATE AND SUPPORT
WE HOME MERCHANTS.
men work atgoIae ea
mr homes oflsai ac ftet
y1 Morie s oo s r ameoneyi ''Quaritys,
0 amen Gods for Lesoone wa e eAr
Bae oin Co.nes Nohm.P
MO A -I the Squar ton ,
R.e.l lls H.a~l L..P
Lauen Dug Co.re What
Pur Drugs, Tlotie , Articls, ,ARE
Furitr r" Stos Chnwarll,
todivetis Prineyin enepie
Prnterk and goodser wages and
y, edwThn Aduryier and seler alwayslb
MORALWit.theHom Neh etwn
YES! YOU ARE. LOOKING &
PROSPEROUS. THERE IS NO
CO-OPERATION OR SUPPORT
IN OUR TOWN AND IT 15
G.ADUALLY GOIM BACKWARD.
the merchants you depend on it that the
)wn. When a merchant prospers he is sure
at home that will give more men and wo
-e he knows plenty of work and good pay
tronizing home merchants and co-operation
oosts a town.
3 not prosperous, organize and co-oporate
pies Loan & A. L. Malaffey
)ital $100,000.00 FIRST LASS BAKERY
981S OLDEST BANK FRTCASBKR
WATTS, President Ask fqr Our Pullman Loaf
m enoon ' L. B. Blackwell
olomon Says: Printer and Stationer
an d Prce Go rm OFFICE & SCHOOL SUPPLIES
FurntureCo. J. C. Shell & Company
Ktt otO~eThe Family Grocer
Stoves, Rugs, Crock
plote Home Furnishers C'aoico Vegetables in Season
loughi to se~o Well" H~ardwaire, Agricultural Imple
ad JoevIry Repaired mnts, Mill Supplies, Paints,
koi Rieoqute Olis, Varnishies, sporting Goods.
Roper & Co. -BENCHOFF'S
Doors, Sash Blinds 5 & 10 Cents Store
urnish Your Entire Bill ''Buy it in Laurens''
3rYu os.EST SIDE PUElLIC SQUARB
n Clothing Co. Davis-Roper Co.
he Man's Store Department Store
othirs - Suts e ' ''Lauroni Best Store--Quality
'nLryEasterby Motor Co.
a So e, Cothing, Dodge Brothers Motor ars
Y US A (gkLL Phone 200 Service and Parts
ens Storage. Laurens National
ery Company Bank
Batteries and Service Capital and Surplus $100,000.01
mud Coteous Service 01EOII BALMS P asid
'en8 Street--Phone 448 'YOUR AqO0UNTS SoLICITBp
Drug Company 'The Princess Theatire
Medicines of Al Kfrds 'Not Only for Amusement But for
n and Victor Rlecords Diversion -After Busineiss hours