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Peter 13. Kyne, who wrote "Cajppy
years ago along the San Franulkeo wat
rare types of hutilinailty pecililr to fihi
captsiit with a keen sense of Iutnor, n%
way, .-ight or wrong. Around this weat:
the "Cappy Ileks' stories wvhichi found
Saturhdty Evenling Post.
"Cappy -Iticks' was drailifzed IIIr
Wise anld W1iii111m Curtenlay in the le
plays )it I the Ainerlcdn stage, and iats Ih
The phly deals with high ftlinne o
wh)bolesorine atmosphev and kiien lhr
storv and a fund of pathos. In it there
"Cappy Hicks" will be presentedl he
coaclied by Williaiam .. Keighley, manag
C'ity producing department.
Lyceum Course, '
MUST SELL COTTON
Jon it. Pope, Mlairlboro, Enjoined
Fron Disposinmg Of Sinple O(her
r Columbia, Oct. 6.-An injinction re
straining John R. 1Pope, of d'iarlboro
I county, from disposing of any of .his
r cotton except throuph the South
r Carolina Cotton Growers Co-operative
association was served upon -Mr. 'Popei
at his home sone eight niles from'
B . ennettsville today, it was announced
o tonight 'by ofilcials of the South Caro-,
a1 lina Cotton 'Growers Co-operative as-I
The injunction .was granted by
Judge T. J. Mauldin in Columbia
Thursday on complaint filed by Doug
las McCay, State counsel of the Co
operative association, alleging that
Mr. PoDpe has disposed of some cotton
which .he had contracted to sell
through tile association. The com
l)laint alleged that Mr. -Pope had sold
this cotton at Oheraw. Mlayor Josiah
.1. Evans, of Bennettsville, is associat
ed with Mr. MicCay in the case.
Officials of the association stated
tonight that Mr. Pope was the only
member out of the Over 11,000 m'1em't
bers of tihe orgaization that it hiad
been forced to bring legal proceedhings
against. Not another alle'gation of
violation of tihe contract has been
mnade, it was saidl.
Undecr the provisions of theo spiecial
act passed at t'he 1921 session Qf the
general assemlbly any member of the~
association violating thle contract is
liable to a penalty of .liye cents a
pound1( on all cotton sold1 outside of the
."The great majority of the farmers
who signied tahe contract did( so be
cause of its -binding features," said
Harry G. Kaminer, piresident and gen
eral manager of tile association to
niiht.' "There is ijiractically a unani
mous sentiment among ouri miembers
that the association vigorously eni
force the contract and that ev'ery pro
vIsion of the special act ipassedI by
the genieral aBsembly -lie takeni ad
vantage of in its enforcenment. Thiis
we prioponle to (10."
In Oklahoma eases were recenitly
brought against several members for
violation of the colitract,-01ne member
hlas volunttarily paid thle 'live ~cnts a
1)ound( penialty andl all of them hiave*
been rdstrained from selling any cot
.ton excepit through the association.
Arkansas has reported 0one violation
of the contract and Georgia one.
SEEK hBl.,D IANir
'Columbia, Oct. 6.-R chlani d'eoun -
,ty omfles today were seekinig a lone
bandit wvho, last night, !ihot 1011 Huff
man of the D~utch Fork s'.a.Ioa, on t-he
Broad river' bridgi,
Mh'. Hluffman reported that the
bandit, who was m-u4ked, leasped
up)on the running boardl of is auto
mobile, ambut mid .way of 'the
bridge, and- commanded him to halt.
Instead of dibeying, hec strucak the 'ban
dit with..one hand,. whle diing his
car .with. the' other, ~ffis assailant, ac
cording to Hutffnman, dlrow a pistol and
Sfired, t-i buIet entering lffmna's
hand. ~en, abandponing his at'tempt
at -ahoidup, the 'batdit rushed to a
waithnif auitomobile and a ed t ward
Oltation for Letters of Adiniulstratioi
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
By ,0. G, Thompson, Probate Judge
Whereas G. L. McCuen made suit t(
me to grant him 'Letters of Adminis
tration of tile estate aind eeffets of I
These are, therefore, to cite an(
admonish all and singular the kindre,
aid creditors of the said 1. P. Babb
deceased, that they 17e and appear be
fore me, in -the Court of Probate, to b
ht!d at Laurenls Court House, Laurens
S, C.,on the 13th day of October, 192
next, after publication herfeof, at 1
o'clock in the forenoon, to s'hol
cause, if auly they have, why the sah
Administratidn should not be granted
Given under my hand this 28th da
of September Anno (Domini 1922.
0. G. Thompson,
3. P'. 1. C.
- ) FOR THE PEiLEP OF
WHOOPING COU1p HOARSENESS
.BRZON coH1TIS I
-SOLD EVERYWHERE- 4
Calomel is a
Next Dose may iSalivate You,
Loosen Teeth or Start
Calomel is mercury; quicksilver. I
crashes into sour bile like dynamit<
cram ping and sickening you. Calomni
attacks the bones and should never :
put into your system.
If you feel bili Ts; headachy, const
pated and all kno ked out, just go t
your druggist and ret a bottle of Dod
son's Liver Tone fo a few cents. whic
is a harmniless veget ble substi to iC
dangerous calomel. T a spO ful an
if it doesn't start our ver an
straighten you. up bettr afid quick<
than nahty calomel and without makin
you sick, you just go back and get you
Don't take calomel! It makes yo
sick the next day; it loses you a day
work. Dodson's Liver Tone straighter
you right up and you feel great. N
salte necessary. Give it to the childre
because it is perfectly harmlese and ca
Renew your health
by purifying your
.- , TRAC U4A et (G
The purified and refined
caibmel tablets that are free
from nausea and danger.
Nor salts necessary, as
Calotaba act like calomel
and salto combined. De
mand the genuine in 10Oc
and 35c packages, bearing
-dissolve ! tablespoopiful of
Red Devil Lye in a pint of
water, then add this solution
to the slop or soft food for 10
hogs. Or dissolvo %/ of a can
in a quart of water, and add -
to a barrcl of slop. Stir'
thoroughly and food to hogs
night 4nd r.iorning.
* Abbiays' derhand thec genuine
Ricks,"spent Ils sare time several
mr front, neacIn,1tinig hinispef with, the,
locality. Th:ere he$ mt fnlld ea
ho allwatys inlsisted ()n havinig IsI, own)
ter-beatenl old sea-doI(g Mr. Kynle wrote
favor withuillin of raesof thle
(I presentewl mn Broadway wvilii Toml
Iding 'roles. It is n(e of tihe ceaSt
ml ar most sucessfil ru.111.
9he hIg.,h sa.It 1.s clutraceterized by
e(ter types. cr1ying at delightful Iov
Is not a 11u1 IllmIoenl
re by a New York (ast organized and
or of the Iledlth Burau's New York
'hursda'y, Oct. 19
10o'o, Oct. t.-We -Iave had Ine
pains for the past few days, and it was
1ueh needed In this Section.
A large crowd attended the funeral
Wednesday of Mr. Lonzo Culbertson.
We, teniderly sympathize with thle be
The 'l omi school opened last ni'
:lay with '.\lisses May Madden and Myr
tie Culbertson as teachers.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Arnold, of 1l
berton, Ga., recently visited Dr. and
.\Mrs. J. G. Cooper.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Culbertson and
little Martha, Mr. and IMrs. Douglas
Cooper and children, and i Miss Kath
leen Culbertson spent Sunday with Mr.
Ldgar Burts and family, of the Nai nie
M'rs. Margaret Moore spent Sunday
With Mr. and Mrs. A. 't. Thome.
Rev. J. ;P. Coleman (lined with .\Ir.
ind Mrs. Ryan Pinson Sunday.
Mirs. Floyd Godfrey and chillren,
\Irs. -Fannie Cooper and Miss Grace
Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Cooper and
little daughter, 1Evelyn, were callers at
the home of Mrs. iLou Culbertson, Sun
Mr'. 'Roy Culbertson has accepted a
position at Fletcher, N. C., and wviii
move there this week.
(Uard of Thanfliks
We wtishi to extend~ many thianks( for
theC kindnliesses and3( helo, of our1 many1i3
fiends and3( neighbors hothI whlite and
('olor'ed sho~~ni us duriing the illness
and death of our husband and fatherci.
We ar'e deeply alppreciative of each
thought foi' us. We also wish to ex
tend~ thanks for' the beautiful flora.l
Mirs. L. Lofizo Culber'tson and( Family
Lauoreins, R1. F. D). -1.
An tagly cut ?
Is antiseptijc and
DBMSnmmn_._._,_..-_.-- - - All persons are hereby warned not
n n. .... ..." to hitii t or otherwise trespass Oil 0111
lands. All Violations will be prose
cuted to thie extent of the law.
"Slimy Taste" Mito t liiveNaent ol
M ss L~illie Nabor.,
M ss .1lnie Nalbeurs,
"When I feel stupid, get constipatell, or bilious, I take a good dose or - . "e n.
two of Black-Draught and it sets me straight," writes Mr. George B.
Haislep, of R. F. D. 2, Columbia, S. C. "It cleanses the liver and I feel
all right, and hate not used any other medicine as I do not see the need -
of it. I am a guard at the State Reformatory, and have been for three
or more years, When I first heard of
130 Burns and scalds!
e good medicine it was, I had beei having a tired
a 'dgtuintemorning. I would be stiff and sore, arid had a slimy, i _________________
G~bad taste in my mouth, but didn't think so miuch of it till I began to feel ~~
stupid and didii't feel like eating--then I knew I needed medicine. ItToSpaCug Qic
wvas then I began Black-Draught, and I felt all made over, ready for any IJtk AE'hAIGHNY
n d of work, ready to eat and sleep. So, for any return of this trouble, Ealnh nlmdadirttdtsus
uu I take Black-Draughit, and for 25 years it has been my medicine, and Itll AbxoGOVS0PE-AT
UIwouldn't be withouit it at all. My wok is constant. I amon my feet a 11 AV o hs odHa od n
flllot. I am out of doors, aind fresh air and Black-Draught are all the HYSHAIGhNY h av
o sto a Col d r Q u p
takeDRUG1 HAES HEAG OEYM
me e eoudh m ediithche tops. th ou
healn th lme an riatedtsus
SALVE for he Cols edCs an
Sold Everywhere.ediciru is wis, eInloseed with ever bttl efei w of
M_3 I'd_________ get tipv~ i-eu''rt thie mornoug. Ih iworld ofsifadsoe n a sil I3
badI taste i my mouth, bus bedn't r ed on thuce in ne et an d t ha
co ht onn effe feel lkcrtnct is Heling io n
HE AG HONEY. a
The Only Big Circus Comning to Laurens This Year!
ALL HILDREN 30c
UNDER AGE OF 12
ADULTS 75c (Including War Tax)
The heln' efec ofHys Haiglin n
WILL EXHIBIT AT
SUER 6DAY&0 A
~WCT. ~- 6-27-28
INCOMPARABLE A6RIC I.FXHIBITS'
AUTO HARM UNNING