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They are GOODI
WO wilL drain your
Deid oil .in your crankcase
should be cleaned out every
500 to 800 miles without fail.
' Itill save you moneyon re
pairs. You'll get greater engine
power and gasoline mileage.
Bring your car to us. We
will drain and clean the crank..
case FREE. Our only charge
-will be for the fresh oil.
It's your opportunity to try
crful new engine lubricant.
artin Electric Co.
to (ure a G:old in One Day
fl'ake LAXAT1VW PROM O Q.!NINE (Tablets.)
.1Stopis the Cou h anti. i-lendtache and works off t.
Cold. E. W. ROV E'S Llgraultrc on each -box.
46 quickly relieves Colds, Cinstipa.
tion, .illousiiess aid lienth ,ies. A
F" 0 R
7.aga's Magnolia Blm in
st antlycools and soothes dry,
burning skin. Afreentetcivas
aeid complexion clar, velvety,
lastinl ragranc to tIe
LIQUID Fa.. and
ct lors: unette1 ,
eceks. Sold b al
from us, '/5 cents, d
LYON MFCG. Co.
42 So. Fifth St. 7
r tgtisisss ssg -
--and dry up outhouse
deposits with Red Devil
- 'ye, Used two or three
times each week it keeps
Such places odorless and,
liessant, especially in sum
Smer. So easy-you should
not be without It.
Aiways demand the genuine
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HENRY FORD BID
Oklahoma Senator Objects to Offer.
Find:4 Many Faults.
Wmaington, Aug. 12.-Hepry Ford's
offer for thle Musole Shoals projects
was declared "unconscionable" by
Senatcr 'Harreld of Oklahoma, a Re
publican member of the senate agri
culture committee, in a letter today to
Gray -Fiver of the American Farm Bu
"It is true that he agreed to use
the c :-.city of plant No. 2 in the pro
%duction of fertilizer which he will
sell for 8 per cent profit and will-only
charge for the power in makingthereof
,the pr'ce equal to the cheapest power
Virtually then he Is getting this im
menso power -generated 'by the two
dams for an agreement on his part to
keep No. 2 running in the making of
fcrVll.zer as long as he can make it
and roll it in the niarkets at 8 per
cent . :oilt, which may be one year
or fiv, years or 20 years, There are
many ;-fates In the union that will use
more fertilizor than -he proposes to
manufacture under the terms of this
conti t. He would have absolutely
free ti ldcr the terms of this contract
the eP' 're power of .the two Muscle
Ghoals dams bullt at the exipense of'
...I government for 100 years for
practically what. it wil cost to keep
it up." , -
%It is in my. judgment an uncon
scIonable contract so far as the peo
ple of the' United States are con
cerned and I can not favor it," said
Senator Harreld. "I am not averse to
leasing this power to 'Mr. Ford but can
not favor leasing it under such terms
as these (In the Ford offer). Espec
ially do I oppose the making of such
a lease for 100 years."
Senator Harreld said that "in a nut
I shell" Mr. Ford's proposal amounted
to turning over to the 'Detroit man
ufacturer the Muscle Shoals property
(plus "scores of residences and town
property worth many millions of dol
lars without any cost whatever to Mr.
Ford." Senator Harreld said that Mr.
Ford offered $5,000,000 for property
worth more th.an that sum, excluding
the city )p-opcrty.
"None of the v'arious propositions
before the committee were satisfac
tory to me hence I did not vote for
i.ny of theni," the senator said. "My
-o. ition is that the government must
tinish this dam under any Irop1osition
that hais been made at its own expense.
it will require. three years to do so
and I feel that. within that ieriod we
enn m.;ke a much better coitract
than ny of thosc,ro )posed." I
1karding the offer made by Mr.
Ford, Senator flarreld -said, "for his
100 years use of the two d-auums which
the government will build he proposes:
to pay -1 Per cent of the am1oun101t in1
vested ii finishing the dai and what
in my jlgugcIt is only a palt o' the
actual cost of utikeop of the two d:ins."
"Ill'\f ,t I thinlk It wilAl take all that
he would pay to the government in
eash uumler his contract to keep up
rep~airs on the twvo dams," lhe con
.tinued. "Thus lhe wvill practically get
the power generatedt by these (dams1
for 100 years by epaiying for the upi
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* WEATHElt8 REUNION *
* * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Barksdlale, Aug. il4.-Meeting at the
homeplace of irs. HI. A. Weatifers. on
'August 8th almost a hundred relatives
andI friends attended the sixth annual
reunion of the 'Weathers famI-ly, which
was the best yet held. Those gather
ing at the .reunion were descendants
of Toliver and Harriet 4Vilson Weath
ers. Though -up In years she has very
good health and enjoyed the day with
her -three children, twenty-flye grand
children and eight -great-grandchild ren.
Three grandchildren and five great
grendchiidren wvere absent.
A sum-ptuous,ptcnic dinner 'was serv
ed1 on the lawn after ~a much-needed
refreshing shower' which came about
noon. Divine thanks 'was -returned by
Mir. Claude Wilson. Those attending
'Mrs. H. A. Wsathers, Mr. and Mrs.
J1. 'H. Milam and family, Mr. and Mrs.
(I. T. Weathers and family. Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Baldwin' and family, Mr.I
and Mrs. Huber 'Smith- and son1, Mr.
andl Mrs. Balph Martin and -children,~
Mir. and Mrs. 'Earl K(night and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mirs. Elmer Baldwin, Mr.
and Mrs. I~am Armstrong and family.
Mirs. Payne W~lson, Mr. and Mi's. Clar..
ence Wilson hnd family, Mr. and Mrs.
Claude Wilson, Mr'. and MIrs. 'Haddow
Wilson and family, Mrs. Jou WIlson',
of Laurens, Mr. and Mrs. Chat'lle Wil
son and family, M'. and Mrs. Milton
Mrs. Itoss Powe' arnd~ daughter, Mir.
!Davenport atnd children' and lMrs.
Amanda Ohancy, of Olinton, 'Mrs. Thad
'Sumerol ad~ children, Mrs. Nannute
Dolt, Miss ,Sarah Dolt. eir. anhd Mrs.
Johnnto EIagwell and family, Messrs.
IPitts, Georgo IDor'roh,, Erm'ore Brant
lett, Charlie Knight, Thad Rongera,
mail Sloan, Bob Curry, Milses Blertha,
Miary nand Willie 'Baldwin, of Laurens.
Poor Location for Town.
1I1r,. 1i1 1 ritiguese West Ar ita.
114 1iult es e sitid l s <Ip tiun it~ 4tse
('41111nt li- vI& l 1 1 i. .\M r-is e- e I nt$
nitig oniulusl :,-1111-4 ;J.1. -111*f Iv
NOTICE 'O CREDITORS
All s t-ts holding claims against
thle estate of Mary A. Jeauns, deceaged.
IWO her1eby liOtified and reqilred to
-resent them, duly provdn, to tie un
The lowest prices
biles of the prei
quality have eve
More than any oth
mobile now pres
value. New pric4
ust 4, 1922..
Touring Car $1150
Sedan - - 1785
Prices f. o. b. Detroit.
Hupp Cars an<
d ursigned, on or before the 16th day
of Augus.t next, at I1I o'clock A. *Mor
be forever barred.
Tr. P). .jy0ANs,
Julv 21, 1922. 2-3t-A
'OWE R F
1 OIL COI
at which Hupmo
ent design and
r been offered.
Ler time the Hup-.
38 effeCtive Aug.
. Roadster $1150
Coupe - 1635
Revenue Tax Extra
I Hood Tires
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Druggista refuntd money if PAZO oINrMENTfaUl
1) cure I C4hinu.IBlind. Bleeding or Protrudift
I'llesu. instantly rcllev.S Itelit PIles,. andm
call get restful sleep after first upplication.m