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quickly soothes it.
If You Have
Truly the world will look
brighter if you aro( promperly
fitted with the right kind of
Glasses. Elverything will ap
pear rosier. 'llere's nothing
more lanwnfiable than a man
in need of ghutises, and who
doesn 't realize 'his sac plight.
Come to is., 'have your eyes
examined aid wve'will tell you
what your .t rouhides are. If
you do not. need rglasses we
will frankly- tell you so.
W. H. HOUGH
South Side of Square
LAURENS, S. C.
" USED CeIrdul for years s
and It did me more good r
than any medicine I ever 1
used," writes Mrs. M. C.
Ragsdale, of Fort Towson, a
Okla. "I used to suffer with ti
womanly trouble that weak- b
ened me until I was a mere
shadow, nervous, and could r
not steep. I did not feel like
I could live.
"It seemed that nothing i
helped me till I heard of
Cardui and began to use it. It I
Of course, those wh<
those who are passinj
must be respected
ered. These men haa
But, YOUTH is wil
things, too. He is th
This bank has a great
fact, all business dep(
*We want his account
men in our organizat
Rnd elder men to furr
ence. Youth's money
and enjoy7 a
4. A. ADAMS, Pree. 01
CHANGES WILL C
lembers of House and Senate Conid.
er Question. For 'Readjustineint of
Washington, Nov. 11.-Probable
Alanges in the leadershhj of both
great parties in the next congress took
1 predominating place today In post
Ielotii discnssions here and in con
lerences among mtem bers of senate
Ind house nI, they arrived in incregs
ng numbers for the extra session,
.% hieh begins a week fron Monday.
.rt(' men t wa*ts genwral that. sweep
ig alterations woldk occur in the ros
. taunte 'arty managers after
\4 inclt I 1 both senate and house. and
. ., . ,arent that the impending
readjIustimients wouild be a subject. fo.
,outl ne!'otiation and jockeying
irtghout the lext foutr months.
. k .e of Mtoleta t i.\ ndell of
.1.I1 I cor leader in
he ho lte, ilt hS capllignt for elee
On to s iate, retiremeint from tile
. e 1endertsh i of Rep
a umla :ith~nof Northl Ca.rolinla
neitt ',y .Itjnato;- 'n lerwoodi of Ala
e .(cupt re"lec
':(;* Ie leadlr m1ake
< 4it t . n relections mi ust be
Im- f Or h.c of' the chief places of
irIty resiponlsibility. 'hat Other chI ng
.. i FaIe or poit entl atid other
'(asons contintues to be the subject of
Vide d iscus.Aoit atliolng setators and
'e pres'en i a Ives.
Already a plentituti(e of irants for
';.deIrhip ar e -p *c rinttgg up at botly
n ..S of the ( pitol. and(1 there Itas beetn
ute.:) rivat2 sounding out of senti
Ient during it1roiptio oflice and
illeht roomI contferCeces. Soie politi
le Up" I
trengthened me and, as twas
ecommended to do, it regu
ited and built mue up till I U
ras like another woman."
If you are weak, run-down
nd feel that you need a tonic,
ike Cardul, the woman's
)nic, the tonic about which
ou have always heard, the
)nic that helps weak women
egain their strength.
Cardul acts on the womanly
ystem and helps relieve pain
,nd discomfort due to female
Try Cardul, today, for your
>have passed down and
i down life's highway
mnd their works consid
re held the world in its
~h us and he is doing
e man of tomorrow.
interest in Youth. In
nds upon Youth, more
with us, for with young
ion to furnish activity,
ish experience and bal
das a great advantage.
O. H. BLAKELY, Cashier
I NEXT CONRESS
.tl (,.scrvers wvill be surprised if the
later stages of the canvassing do not
_%esop icatedI rivalries and vigorous
amp):gning within both iparties.
'Tle party caucuses in 1which the
.lticstion of leadership will be settled
are not to be held until the eve of the
>n-iening cf the new congress, but
(he situation is further obscured by
incersainty as to when that will take
liaeo. Ordinarily the Sixty-eighth
.ig-r s would not meet until a year
.i. jeceiber. Should an extra
:.i- necessary after the
cuiatte and hou.;e expire next
rei, liowever, the leadershi-p shake
0. advanced accordingly.
1n LOc sen:ie, $enator Lodge of
.\lassachusetts, Republican. leader, was
reelected and his friends here expect
him to seek to hold his leadership.
The3 express confidence of his reelec
in buit a(dd that, like Senator Under
ood, ne i.; not in the best of health
aud may linally withdrasw his name
nI conserve his strength for other
.:Irs. WVhether the Republican "Ir
i.ars ' r.f the progressive or radi
aal t:le would oppose Mr. Lodge's re
it 1.oni Is uncertain, but' is regarded
an im portant factor in view of gen
cral opinion that they will hold the
nlance of ',ower in the next senate
as well as the house.
If Mr. Lodge should relinquish the
Republican leadership, a half dozen
nidl(lates are in prospect. Among
those prominently mentioned for the
place are Senators Curtis of Kansas;
Watson of Indiana, Wadsworth of 'New
York, and .Jones of 'Washington. One
of these is said already to haNf a dozen
or more senators virtually pledged to
support him in event of Senator
Oin the Democratic side, the men
mlintioned as possible successors of
enator Underwood for the minority
leadership include Senators Simmons,
of North Carolina, Robinson of Ar
kansas, Walsh of 'Massachusetts, Iar
rison of i.lississippli and Walsh of Mon
tana. Under established .precedents
Senator Simmons has the *'call" for
the place uider the custom of elect
ing as leader the ranking senator in
point of service, and word owent
around today that Senator Simmons
probably would -be a candidate.
Senator Robinson has a 'consider
able following but there are said to be
considerations of health In his case.
Friends of Senator Harrison say that
for several reasons lie does not have
A change In the office of 'president
Iro-tempore of the senate, now held
by Senator Cumimns of Iowa, also is
expected, Mr. Cummins' associates say
that because of his health it is not
probable that he will ask reelection.
Senators Curtis and Jones are men
tioned prominently for the oplace.
Discussion of the outlook in the
house has served to center attention
on the possibility that the delegation
from (Wisconsin, regarded as a com
pact 'bloc of "progressive" voting
strength, may 'hold the 'balance of .pow
er. In the mind of some it even is a
question whether the expected Repub
lican slate 'providing for the re-elec
tion of !Speaker (Gillett and selection
of Representative Longsworth of Ohio,
as Republican leader, can be 'put
through unless a'pproved by the Wis
consin group, which 'will be made up
of Republicans and a Socialist. Next
to the .part that Wisconsin may play,
the geographical question comes in
for most speculation.
Up to the time of the election no
opposition had developed against
Speaker Gillet. His friends say there
is still little likelihood that the eparty
will turn against him, but it is con
ceded that if the speaker Is returned
to powver the chances may 'be to the de.
triment of Mr. iLongworth. Western
'R'epublicans, particularly those affil
lated with the farm bloc, have -indicat
ed that Representative Anderson of
Minnesota might stop to the front as
a formidable candidate for leadership
to take the 'place vacateed by Repre
sentative 'Mondell. .'As chairman of the.
approipriations sub-committee on ag
riculture, M4r. Anderson has been -In
charge of. .the agricultural bill, in
which the West has taken greater 'In
terest than in most other measures.
(Representative James fi Mtann of
Illinois, a -legislative 'veteran and mia
nority loader in Democratic days, has
Informed friends repeatedly that be is
not a candidate for speakber or 4eader,
and for some time it has, been known
that he was supporting Mr. 'Longworth.
But since the election there has been
much talk of Mr. Mann for speaker or
leader. 'Represent tive Burtory of
Ohio also has 'been anentfdged for.1bag
er, although his friends have safd 'bps
candidacy cottld ret.hd consi4id o
long as Mr. Longwoifth from t1le Ust*(
state, iwft. In the rae.
..On t e (Democratic side th1' is a1do
the. 's "boapect of a 'lively 'fighta .6' the
leadershii with the lineup idicatftt
that the choice will lie jetweezt 'RO
of Texas, -who ranks next to the pres
ent leader, Representativo Kitchin, on
he ways and means committee.
P. 0. jRESIMEN TO MEET B1AILEY
Will Flay Bailey Friday While Varsity
Is In North Carolina.
Clinton, Nov. 13,-Oil Friday, Nov
17, w'hile the P. C. Varsity is clash
ing 'with the Trinity college eleven in
Norbh Carolina, the P. C. 'Freshmen
will uphold the garnet and blue against
the powerful B. U. 1. eleven on the
Since the first game of the season
the -Blue Sox machine has been gath
ering momentum until now it is smash
ing all opponents with the violence
and ferocity of a tornado. In the past
ive games the Freshmen have scored
86 ipoints to 6 for their opponents. The
Carolina Biddies were the fortunates
to cross the Blue Sox goal i'ne. Coach
Sonnie (MoMillan has a freshman team
that Is the peer of any in the state.
They are ,.well -coached, they know
foot-ball, and they play hard. In Cope
land and Clinton the Presbyterians
have two -brainy, fast backs. Copeland,
a native df Clinton, is a brainy Held
general. 'Howard Clinton hails from
'Rock Hill. If Pearce and 'Wilson, the
brilliant'Blue Stocking halfbacks, have
an equal in speed in entire South Car
olina it is this freshman -halfback,
Clinton. The fast performances of this
boy have been phenomenal.
The (Bailey eleven will give him a
te'st Friday. Capt. Robinson and
Blakely are tiwo other 'hard plunging,
hard tackling backs, who will clash
with the cadets. Nor is the Blue Sox
line lacking in powerful men. From
end to end they present a stone wall
that has become imipregnable. Camp
bell, the big Texan, [Edwards and
Brown at end, have shown up excep
tionally well. Brown has won the
reputation of being one of ie hardest
and deadliest tackles on either the
versity or freshman teams.
The B. M. I. cadets 'present one of
the strongest prep school elevens in
the state. They are powerful, anid
they .play hard football. Last year they
beat the P. C. scrubs 12-7 in a hard
fought battle. *
The game Friday -will be the final
home appearance of the P. C. Fresh..
men this season. 1Hence it will be the
last opiportunity for the fans of Clin
ton, .Laurens and surrounding terri
tory to see this splendid machine in
action. A game full of thrills was
promised and presented two weeks
ago. The same -is -promised for this
game. Come out and see the lwospects
for the 1923 varsity. The game will
be called at 3:30 P. M.
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in 14 to 21 Days
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Cnstipation. It relieves' promptly but
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tolindtbce regular action. It Stimulates and
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I 1 1
We Have Unlimited Funds to Loan
for Terms of
5, 7 or 10 Years
Interest Payable Annually
- Inspection of property and definite cokinitment to loan can
be madie within a few days after application is submitted.
STATE& CITY BANK & TRUST CO.
OLD DOMINION TRUST CO.
SEE OUR LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE
Blackwell, Sullivan & Wilson
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
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