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RuIt In flor
Colds in the Chest,
Sore 'rhroat, Grippe and
Inflammation of Any Kind
The pure coils in Alexican Mustang Lini
nient svothe ii~stantly, penetrate (inicklyI
mid reduce -'Welling of glanlds. Alustang .1
a Prticulal IV lteetive ill tiating Croulp,
IDipithe i. R hetuat isin. l-rniago, Frost
bltes, .utrs. Burns, Pilts--all ailmuents that
am 1 ossibly he reached by an external
elit ly. Contains no alcohrol-ol)OES
NOT' SMARTO (R STING. 73 years'suc
CeSS. No huoie should be without ii.
Doctors Prescribe It -Read Tis
Dr. J. C. Comlrpton,. Ratliff. 'Miss., 'writes:
1 11 !ve pre; v:C bed 'our Mexican1 Mustan1g
Lurnrnt for Sre' v hrot, Chilblains, tIc.,
a id the re lt - were ent irely satisfactory.
I think very bh'. ly of it."
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gia, Rh eu mat i sm, I.'arache, Toothache.,
L1mh1bago and for' Pain. llany(l tin
boxes of twelve niiyer 'Tablets of As
iii'ln cost few cents. Dru1'ggists also
sell larger packages. Aspirin is the
trade mark of layer M1anufacture of
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Druggists refund money if PAZ OINTMENT' fails
to cure Itching, iind. Bleeding or Protruding
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K A~trI'E.tions 18
I ~ 'wo Notable Comz:dias
K] ~urn to ti a
I' Male Quartet
' Irene Stolofsky
I Assisting Artists
SLight Opera Singers g
I Jess Pugh
C hildren's Programs
Notable Lectures on
sAsoN TICK3 $2.75
Chautauqua Week Here
ONE MOLE ,JUDOE
Sils Iawlessness ('overs State. Souti
Caurolina Sviator Deplets Conlditiols
Now ENIstMin in 1an1y Parts of the
t)r Dial. of South Carolina, made an
url"ent plea before tlte Seniate, wncn
the hill to increases t lit m' ii lliber of
federal jtidges was tip for considera
tion, offering an ailuendillent for ani
addlitional juidge for. South 'arolinla,
and deploring the fact that an efa of
Ia w le"*lse.; appears to have covered
the R" ate throutghout its entire longth.
Allhouigh his amiendinent was Rnot
adoipted, walt he said depicts a clear
Itatelment of con(ditions now existinlg
i llany parts of the cotiltry, whvier
la wlssness is rife, and whl btoot
h "gers, iRIRdrers, bank robb erS,
hig..hwaynil, pickpockets, and a Ill
malinerli of crimiinals are rinninig wild,
Ilrslig their evil ways o1 illnocent.
viiins whliever thiy may be found.
"I have thought for years.' Sena
tor Iial sail. "that nolne of the judg
1%- did not imposes sullicient lines on1
the liawle.ss elem.,nt to deter themil
IfromI violatling t he 1:1 w. e eenlly'.
.in'e Iriibi ion I has ibIein pass
Id . is, abIsuitrd to puI t th go -I10VeVrn11
lilt ut to the (x enise of mnaintainit iling
thp (otRIs, aid all the iachinry of
thle courts, and olievrs to risk heir
lives ill arlestiig c'RiTiniials, and then
have them com1e hefor .1 jidge who
is Rot in sympatly with the law and
who imposes a farsi'cal sentence."
.\fter rferring to vertail cases
where this practice was indulged inl,
Senator Dial continued: "I am not a
lanatic about the enforcement of any
law, but all laws ought to be enforced
or repealed. I feel that the force of
a judge imposing a little sentence, and
te defendant going practically free,
tends to increase crime. Tt tentds to
multiply that kind of cases, and hence
it. tends to ereate business in the
ccurts, and therefore, tliat has had a
great deal to do with bringing aboulIt
tihle. necessity for more, judges, if
necessity exists. I have been disgust
ed to read in lie papers where a fine of
perhaps $'2 was iiposed oil Ihe high
WayianR and booleggers. They go
around and mant1incitr this stIff
and are preimred to take life inl
selling it. In. ily county, sometime
ago, on of the best policemen who
ever lived was shot dead by one of
tlhem; Si there is no enottRagement
for ollicers to risk theiir livvs in try
ing to enforce tIto law. unless tile
jtidges are going to enforc e it.
"I realizo that judliges are appoint
cd for life, and some of them, per
haps. feel a little above any aut hori
ly. I think ile time has (' 1 i l ien
the Attolnoy G1en'eral ought to look in
to the enforeceInl(t of the law. ant, It
necessa ry, take tullh steps as may be
rerinired to do it. I was opposed to
t his bill at tw h e eglining and thiik it
would have been 1Iuch hettir to have
lassed a bill Itroiding spsela I judg
is at paRticilar I places it they were
necessary; but to my liind a great
deal of' thle ipr'eent 1liRigatlion is duel
t lhe waiR' an Iilwilt remiaini )Qii pemaenit
ly; and theRefoRe, Row, when theo timle
of (economyi'. is at handl, if the juldges
wouldi wo ~i1rk a lilttle lilt hiardoer, t hey
AvoRI ld get. irid of thlesie oases, andt 1per'
hans save the 11eople4 a good deal of
"Downl in South ('aiRolinaU, In the
wes42terni district, where we have 0only
:lne judigie, theiRe are *l16t oases. so we
ar~e moRe law loss t hani I thloughit;
si)(oR era inly, under thle scedu le we
havye fixed, theer Ris nio queost ion ini lie
woRld thlat we ale entltled to a nothier
juidge, and I rathier thInk we ale ('R
titiled to) two. In the other dilsi eIt,
wet. have :Blu cases. In Ite western
ditiieoi, thouRgh, at lIttle nealrer'i the
mouniiitainis, wher'e they make a little
b riw, thei re arie -l t'i ca ses. So clearly
iundor this :lan we wIll have to lave
Senator' DlaI then showed by coOR
Riar'Json how the federal busIness of
he two CarolIna (list ricOts compiaresi
wIth t hat of other States and salid, Iin
concluIsionI, that judigIig biy these hIg
uRRes, SouthI Carohlinai ought to have
aboult three moie judges, bult that In
tie IRntere5t of econiomiy his amend
ment ll wvould only call for one at Intib
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*JONE8 NEWS *
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Jones, April 22.--The genIal, ener
getIc and eflcent suplervisor of roads
In Laui'rns counity was In Outr idst
Our' warm frIend, Mir. John Davis,
of Blrewerton was In Ware Shoals, a
few days ago.
Mr'. Wade Culbertison, of .Poplar
Springs, Is a splendid bridge :builder,
The twin daughters of Mr. and Mr's.
Earl Elledge are very sweet and 'pret
Mr. and Mrs, Luther -Stone, of Green
vIlle, were the recent, guests of Mr,
antd Mrs. Walter M. Jones.
'Mr. James Cockran has flnisheil
alsa Mary Gambrell;' of Winthrop
Collegea snent the week-end wihN hor
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gainbrell,
of Ware Shoals.
Dr. 0. 1. Neel, of Greenwood, ipaid
"r. W. T. .1ones a muCh api'reciated
call last week.
Ou1r cousin, Nir. Wilmot Smlith, and
son Douglas, of Greenville, were at
Ware Shoals last Satirday.
We extCnd congriatuaions to AMr.
loy Golden and Allss Annie nell (art
I'wh o were tuarrie0d recently.
The ganmo or b'al betwcatn Green
wood and Ware Shoals on the 15th
resulted '4 to -1 in favor of Ware
The prolonged wet sspell has re
tarlded fartu and gariden work very
Ae recently met the following
trieilds: Sam Cooper, of Whittni re;
Jas. AleCuen, I'restoni Devore and
(auewell major, of (reeivnwood; Oscair
llen derson, of ILaurens; Nir. anld Aills.
Serguisoln, of Clinton; Willie Sadller,
of lolly lill; James Hannah, of
I lodges; Con l'lIedge, of Owingsville;
W. 1). Trotter, oF ( reinville, and .)I.
.1. C. liper, of Greeixood.
Dr. W. T. .iones wishes to hire a
There was a slight frost on the 21st.
Rlev. I ller, of Anderson, presing
elder of lrinceton circuit, will hold
<quarterly meeting at Ware Shoals to
The fienii(ds of MIr. .100 S. Andeison,
of Co roiiaca, will rcgret to liea r of his
recent death in a Columbia. hospital.
.r. and Mrs. Leonar-d Taylor, ot
Greenville, are visiting relatives in
'Hon. T. J. Heaciamn, of Ileys, was
inming liig wit-h his friends in Warie
Shoals, a few days ago.
Mr. J. A. lill has accepted a post
tion with the W%'are Shoals company.
or milce, after you use RAT-SNAP.
It's i sure rodeit hiller. Try a 11kg.
and prove It. Hiats killed ilth RAT
Sna51 leave no smell. (ats or dogs
woni't tolhlelt IL Ga ranteed.
35c size (I cake) onough for
Pantry, Iitchen or Cellar.
65e size (2 cakes) for Chicken
lHouse, coops, or small buildings.
$1.25 size (5 eakes) enough for all
farui an11d out-huildings, storage
bu ld idigs, or fiactory buildlngs.
Sold and u(iraniteed by C. E. hen
nedy & Soi, Laurens liardl ware Co.,
111141 Putn am's Drug Store.
30 x3%/ 'Usco'
The lowest price<
a tire of quality
And now, with t
Spring, there seem
number of "New
tires" coming into
the $10.90 price ri
Perhaps you are
what there can b<
or "special" about
It can't be the
Nor quality re
standardL per formnai
more than one full
new tire to dlemt
it stands in qualit
With so many tir
ing into this $10.94
are G~..-~ Tires
2eso .S il nwta h esnpo.
made tis iss busiess fomth Ameica
acmn as a-wnrtiswrhreebr
in ta "Usco showedit goo
b r- fit by anoucngthsprc
oU.Sce.fie (n o T rte weaso never'
*~Cn~ las bettoer)a it is oawthmbr
heoeigo"t saLs"she wualty its go
tobe- it atimteted perfonc e,5 rc
rand o'Ste i landstsrc a l oslfg
the $10.90. in hue inamue winten to ereta
eputation and fryas
nstrat ThwhereTr wsnee
and op enof isetbihdqaiy t
tobUnited tctStproae, i
anSied Sats Prc closely Cp
19,49 to-LAfMY PRES TST
A'd Nrs AVefWNS
RVW0OPN V ALENT!NO
c and 40c
(, Gray Court, S. C.
IY, Lauren., S. C
terloo! S. C.