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Rub It In ro, 1 Cz
Colds in the Chest,
Soro Throat, Grippe and
Inflammation of Any Kind
The pure oils In Mexican Mustang Lin.
andp redc'te :st1,'t p"er Uickly
and reduce swelling of 'lands. Mustang
is particularly effective 1n treating Croup,
iphtheria, *heumaltism, Lumbago. Frost
bites, Cuts Burns, Piles-all ailments that
can possibl be reached by an external
rem edy c nins no alcohol-DOE's
NO SMART OR STING. 73 Years' suc
cess. No home should be without it.
Doctors Prescribe It - Read ThAM
Dr. j. C. Compton, Ratliff, Miss., writes:
"I have prescribed your Mexican, Mustang
Liniment for 'ore imroat, Chilblains, etc.,
and the rest i were irely satisfactor
I think very luigi~ly Of 11irlystifato
FREE wT H 215 TRIAL BOTTLE
or Icooi n brT i Ic Send Sfcen in Plan.
-50oc -1 .00
So:d! L Drug and General Stores
Thc Good Old Standby Sinice 1848*
No Worms in a Healthy Child
Allchildren troubled with Worms have an un
healthy color:which indicates poor blood, and as a
rule, there is snore or I ess stomach disttrbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given regu
larly for two or three weeka,will enrich the blood.
limprove thodigestion, and act as a generalStrength
ening Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
throj if or dispel the worms, and theChild willbe
in ect health. Pleasant to take. 60c per bottle.
W. S. M. Says:
"My grocer friend
asked for a two-year
battery guarantee. I
said, 'Will you guar
antee a pound of sugar
to last a week?' 'Gosh,
no,' he answered, 'that
depends on how much,
and how fast~ it's used.'
'Same, way with' your
battery,' I replied. 'De
pends on how much
and how many times
you use it.' 0He got the
Willard Service Man
Come in and let us ex
plain the Willard Service
Policy and the Willard
Threaded Rubber Battery,
which lasts the life of the
W. Laurens St.
Tis trade~arle, etamped in red
Threaded Rubber Battery.
OONSUMI"ION OF COTTON
BACK TO PIRE-WARl LEVEL
Striking Fenture of tihe Situation j
Ie Consumuption of 12,000,000 11a(
Washington, April 30.--World col
ton consumption has returned to it
.pre-war level, after a 5-year period (
low coisuml)tioni,-accorling to a sui
vey of the international cotton situi
tion covering prodieti. (usumq
t'-1 arld stocks as or' prz' , ma,
iublic tonight by the commulercxe c:a
"The striking feature of the situa
tion," the department said, "is an in
dicated consumption of 12,000,000 bale
for the year ending July 31, 1922, ai
proximately 6,000,000 bales more thai
proulced for the crop year."
The world carry-over, the depart
ment coiclulded, from its sucrvey, wil
retur-I to normal by August 1, 192
while the outstanding feature of in
terest now is' the degree to 1whic
world cotton .production will retuin t
the re-war level or whether it wil
continue on the basis of the last
years' averge of' 18,000,000 balI
Much depend.s, the department declai
ed, on weather conditions and the ex
tent to which the 1)O1l weevil prove
to be a limiting factor.
From its survey, the departmen
stated, it appeared that on August
1921, tihe carry-over of cotton was 1.1
:135,000 .bales, tworld cotton produc
Lion for the 1921 crop was 15,197,00
bales and the total supply for ti
1921-1922 season' was 15,187,000 bale
Consumption from August 1, 1921, t
March 31, 1922, was estimated at 14
129,000 'bales, leaving an indicated sul
Itly on April 1. of 14,903,000 bales. Prol
ably consumption from April 1, 1922 1
July 31, 1922, was estimated at 7,000
000 bales and the carry-over ol Ai
gust 1, 192'1, of 14,000,000 bales.
YMany believe," the department sat,
"that a new world consumiption levi
! had -been found, some two or thr(
million bales lower than the pre-w
level of approximately 21,000,000 bal<
jer annum. The low consumption <
less sthan 17,000,000 bales for 1920-2
confirmed this vicw, a matter of grei
concern to cotton growers, in view <
the enormous carry-over afd tih
knowledge that a single good cotto
year would make What looked like
bad situation, worse.
"During the past 8 months cotto
consum-ption has shown a strong uti
turn, reaching -this time .1-1,-00,0C
bales, and a )i'rospective consumptio
of 21,000,000 bales by the 'end of th
cotton year. This would leave a cai
ry-over of less than 8,000,000 hale:
thus getting cotton conhumiption anl
carry-over back to a ir-war normt
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* DIALS NE W S
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dlials, May I.-One of the most iII
teresting parties of the spring senso
occurred at "Mountain Viaw" farm o
Tuesday evening when Mir. and Mr
Townes Curry enter'tained wvith
"tacky par'ty" in compliment to thel
sister Miss Dbwey Armstrong an
members of the Epwvorth 'League.
The apartments of the lowver floa
wvere artistically decorated thirough
out wvith p)ot planlts, bridal wrieath an.
r'oses, the color scheme or white an
gellc.v being successfully carried ou
In every detail. The (lining tabl
wvhere grape juice and tempting-.littl
cakes wvere servedl during the evening
was esp~ecially lovely with cluny con
terpilece banked wvith yellowv roses an'
sprays of ethe gi'aceful biridal wreatl:
Games, contests and music afforde,
d'iversion for the evening. Mr's. .Jes
Henderson was awvarded the pr'ize fo
the '"tackiest" costume and was p~re
sented iwith a dainty -pink flower baske
full of carnations, The second priz
wvent to -Mr. B1ob Mcdall, wvho receivea
a neat "wvonder box". The coupl
winning top score in the contests wver
Miss Clara McCall and David Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Festus Cur'ry delight
fully entertained wvith a dinner part:
Saturday of the past wveek, In honor a
their . father Mr'. W. C. Curry, the oc
casion .being the 71st birthday of ir
Curry. Mr'. Curry is the eldest of fou
brothers and ohe sister,;il 'o11 .whon
were invited to spend the, day ,with hin
Satur'day at the home of the host ani
The affair wvas a very lleatztIful oe
the lower floo,r/was throwvn en-suite
and the attractiveness of the apart
ments was adcentuated by the use o
pot .Olants and bright spring floweis.
At two o'clock the guests were nuni
ered into the diing room wher'e thi
table brave in its array of .sno~wy linci
and bright silver; fairly groaned wit1
.the sumptuplIs repast
'1hp guests present beeldes the hone
gildsts' Mr. and M i. WV. C. durry, were
M1r. and 'Mrs: Johnj Curry, Mir. an'd Mrs
*ham Ourf-y, 'Mr. and Irg; Dumgk 'urry
~Ir. and M4rs. Jake Watson,'of dreen
yle, and 'Mrs. tileen Peden and lit
,*.Davidi Jv: 'r. IPlurnie CutYy~ o
'Asleville, N. C.,.Was urlable to be pres
ont to the disappointment of all. J
happyinolhnts of'tie day occurred a
1,Mr. Curry with a lovely bouquet of
S flowers with card containing greetings
and good wishes from his pastor, Rev.
4 C. W1. Watson..to, lv
S The many friends of 'Mr. Harold Ow
ings, who has 'been (Iuite ill .with
typhold fever are glad to knowI he is
S io,-iroving so iIcely.
The remaIns of Mir. Dallas F titer
field, a well konwn citizen of the near
by comunity, was .interred in the
cemctery at this Wlace last Wednesday
L mOrning at 11 o'clock. Mr. Satter
'fleld's deathi Was su(den and inexpect
ed, le being in hIs tsual health Ilp to
- the time Of 'his death. The deceased
was in his carly fifties, and is sur
vived ly four brothers and One Sister.
- The tineral services were cOn(licted
I by his pmstor t1 Rev. C. W. Watson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 'T, Gillespie and (liif
- dren, of Grecn ville, and MI. and Mrs.
''a skell Gray and children were the
Sunday giests of .Nlys. .\Mary Curry.
- Mrs. Ii. Y. Simmons and son John
mIlotoled over to Greenwood Sunday to
see their relative, Mr. len Lipford,
who Is seriously ill at this writing.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
rake LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablets.) It
- tops the Couh and hleadnehe and works off the
old. E. W. ROVE'S rignature on each biox. :Oe
Citation for Lettfers of AIinistration
State of South Carolina.
- County of Laurens.
-y 0. G. Thompson, Probate Ju(ge:
0 Whereas 0. D. Nabors made suit tc
me to grant him Letters of Adminis
tration of the estate and effects of
. Alrs. Dora E. Nabors.
o These a'-e, therefore, to cite and ad
,1- moih all anI singular the kindred
.and creditors of the said Mrs. Dora E.
Nabors deceased, that they be and ap
- pear before me, in the Court of Pro
o ba-ate, to be held at Lauiens Court
.House, Laurens, S. C., on the 4th day
of May, 1922 next, after publication
hereof, at. 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
to show cause, if any they have, why
, the said Administration should not .be
Given undler my hand this 19th day
o April Anno 'Doini 1922.
pi' 0. G. 'I-DHOMPSON,
s 41-2t-A J. P. L. C.
best flour th
We handle c
We carry a
II Wagons, Harn,
We carry a ful
We Keep He
FINAL SE"I'IE NTi present theI on or
dily proven1 or lie
Take notice that oil the 26th day of IMM
Ms1ly, t9)22, I WIt 1 Mrcn'.- a f1iial* ac-_ Akprll 26, 1922
Count of Illy aets 111i(. tJ,lo g,ig s.U AdI- ________________
Ililistrato; of the- estate of DleArcy
13. swygert, (lceased, iJa tile ofice of '('Ifation for Leers
thle Juldle of Probate of L'ani-els Colin
ty, at I l a. il. and oi the same State of Sout l(a 'o
Jay v WiII ai ply for a, f ial dischairge (.011111y or 141111
[roni ni1y 13 tlust as A.111n inlistra tor. fly 0. (. ''lhoil)psoi
Any persoi lndebite(I to said estate Wlere l'uig(ne .11
1s notifled and' reqiired to make pay- I lan mimnmade suit to
nent, oil that (la te; anid all pCP.Mo" s;Ietteis (of A(Iflinisti
iaving clati i aga nist said eState Wil I i tate and effects of T,
I wish to announce that I an
building on South Harper St.,
venient and better equippe
EXPERT REPAIRING BY
Every job will receive my
work positively guaranteed
Bring your car to us for that
the first time and make a
Prompt, Efficient Sery
0W. K. D
S. Harper Street
STORAGE SPACE FOR ]
y Grocery Del
. a specialty of flour.
at money can buy. See
orn meal, corn, oats an<
Full line of Planters Fer
Nitrate of Soda $6f
~ss, Bridles, Plow Stocks, Heel
trees, etc. Full line of Cookin
PA INT DEiPA RTM]
line of Southern Cotton Gil
RIS SPRINGS DEP/
rris Spring Water and Har
All the Timne.
)4iore sahi date, These are, therefore, ad ie and -
)orever barred. kltui sh' all and 1singulm. the kIdilred
WKS IW( lsT d creditor's of the( "a 'l'hg l;.
Adrunnllstrator lan deceased, that they bev and apl
-l-t ear before mev in tihe Court of Vro
thlate. to be blel at I'aurvens Courit *
ilotse, I1,anirns, S. C., on the Nh day
of A4linlISit i 0llo of iy, 1922 ext, aftir p hdlicati it
lireof, at I I o'clock ill tI Irn
to show e ]'. it any thEy have. why
I14 he sa14 AdIllI I i,411 rat 0' h I~ 1(I It Io i
Irolae JinlgE I nt A a.
,Itd 11. C. ivCII untder illy\ ivd tI l; 2 1 i! dv
i1e to giant tIeII April Anna it::In i 1922.
ation of the Es-I () (0 . T i l)
altunge i. Ihun. -2t-A .. >1 ,. (.
now locate'd in the Posey
where I will be more con
d to serve my customers.
personal attention and -all
to. be mechanically right.
next job---we'll fi.: it right
satisfied customer of you.
-ice at Reasonable Prices
Opposite Roper's Lumber Yard
IENT---DAY OR NIGHT
We buy the very
i us before buying.
tilizer & Phosphate
.OO per ton, cash.
B~olts, Clevises, Single
l Company's House and
ris Spring Ginger Ale