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and frcsh as a flower at (lawn can be yours.
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Bleaches the skin. keeps It clear, soft and fair.
Positively removes tan. freckles. plinp.
too in seven days. Your mnoney refund
ed if It fails.
IYou can secure tho genuine Williams
Superior Skin Whitener at Laurens
THE WILLIAMS CHEMICAL Co.
To Stop a Cough Quick
.take HAYES' HEALING HONEY, a
cough medicine which stops the cough by
healing the inflamed and irritated tissues.
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
'SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and
Croup is enclosed with every bottle of
HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
should be rubbed on the chest and throat
of children suffering from a Cold or Croup.
*The healing eft of Hayes' Healing Honey In
side the throat combined with the healig effect of
Girove's OPen-Trato Salvo through the pores of
the skin oon stops a Cough.
oth remedies are packed In one carton and the
cost of the combined treatment Is 35c.
Just ask your druggist for HAYES'
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W. S. M. Says:
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to understand her first
ball game is easy com
pared with some of the
mechanical lingo you're
supposed to drink in
about batteries. My
story is simple-buy a
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ber Battery. It's the
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on the caeidentiles theilar
Threae Rubber Bafttery.
Contracts Disclose that American Fer.
tilier Makers Agree to Buy 75 Per
Cent of Needo From Gernihny.
'Washiigton, Dec. 29.-A copy of a
contract entered into by 34 American
manufacturers of fertilizers with -the
potash syndicate of Ocrmany -by which
the former bind themselves to .pur
chase '75 )emr cent of their potash re
(luirements from the latter was read
today In the record of the tariff hear
Ing9s of the senate finance committee.
The contracts #were produced by 0.
D. Crenshaw, vice president of tuhe
Virginia-Carolina Chemical company
of Iichmond, Va., and in ordering it
placed in the record Senator Smoot
(Republican) of Utah, said he wanted
to show to senators that it not only
evaded all anti?duinping laws passed
by congress but also all American
"if that contract can stand," Sena
tor Smoot declared, "Germany will see
that the potash industry in the Unit
ed States will enver be developed."
Mr. Crenshaw, whose company is a
member of the party to the contract,
said the instrument is so drawn
that the American manufacturers
could buy 25 per cent of their
supply from French or domestic sourc
es. It d /nloped, however, that the
Ameican firm would get a lower rate
per ton if they bought their entire sup
ply from the German syndicate than
If they -bought only 75 per cent from
Arguments against a tariff on pot
ash were .presented also by Represun
tative Benham (Republican) of In
diana, spokesman for New Jersey
farmers, and S. A. Houston of New
Yor'k city, representing the German
potash syndicate. Representatives of
the industry will be heard tomorrow.
Ir. Benham, who said that before
he .was elected to congress his prin
cipal vocation was "the doctoring of
sick farms," told the committee that
he ras a high protectionist for any
promising American industry but that
lie had 'been unable to find any official
or other evidence that the American
potash producing industry was "a
Spokesmen for the New Jersey farm
ers and Mr. Houston emphasized what
they said would be the cost to the
American farmers and finally to the
consumers of a dity on potash. The
New Jersey men estimated that the
duty would add a cost of $4 an acre
to the production of potatoes in their
state and they argued that in the pres
ent condition of agriculture no addi
tional burdens should be placed on
Mr. Houston told the committee that
the German law prohibiting the sale
of German potash abroad at a price
lower than obtaining in Germany of
fectually prevented the dumping of
potash into the United States or any
INCOME TAX BLANK
GOES TO PRtINTEt
For Incomes Not Above Five Thousand
Dollars. Million of Copies.
Washington, Jan. 1.--Dr'afting of the
new 1921 income tax return fornm for
incomes of $5,000 or less has been
completed 'by the tax simplification
board, of which J. (H. 'Beal, of Pitts
burgh Is chairman, it was said tonight
at the treasury.
The now foerms, .which are regarded
as much more simple and less con
fusing than those in use last year,
have gone to the printers and (proba..
bly will .be ready for distribution about
January 15. F'rom 15,00,000 to 20,
000.000 copies of the new forms are
being printed and it 'is estimatedl that
35 freight ears tw-ill 'be required to
send them to internal revenue collec
tors throughout the country. J'~fforts
to simplify Form 10410--which Is the
form used by the average ta,payer
has resulted in reducing the number
of pagos from six to tour and in elim
mnating the blo'ek system of. return
utilized In 1920, which was said to .be
confusing to the great majority of
taxpayers w'ho had income from only
one or two sources. Thie internal rev
enue bureau estimated 70 per cent.
of tahe persons using the $5,000 form
ha've income from only salaries and
Wages and possibly interest and have
few deductions to make from that in
The ne'v form will require taxpay
ers to list on the 'first page the
amount of -income received from a
number of sources and .then form the
total of these amountA to deduct the
armounts to which they arp legally en
titled, the balance ,being the taxable
The second page .wIll require cer
tain information from wgersons re
ceiving income from specified sources,
fiuch- as a business carried on by the
taxpay'er, and the thIrd and fourth
pgages are devoted to inntructions.
By reducing the form, to four pages
the 'bpard has eliminafed the dupl-i
cate or lw'ork sheet" o' the 1920 form
but it was explained if1 taxpayers wish
to kceep a copy of the ' returng sulfl
4ienit fornts.'will' be a isbie f'or dup
lcates to bo obteined
* JONES 'NEWS *
* * * * a * * * * * * . a .
Jones, Dec. 31.-'-Ohristmas passed
off quietly and pleasantly with us.
'Mr. M.. B. McCuen, of Williamston,
formerly of Princeton, recently visited
1ite son George and his many friends
will be pleased to learn that his health
has greatly improved. j
We extend congratulations to Mr.
A. P. Cooper and Miss Ruby Murff whoi
were recontly married.
Our warm friend ll. . as. Moore, of
Greenwood, was in our midst recently.
.Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Graham, of Hodges
were the recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
G. L. Graham.
Mlr. Bob Henderson, of Branchville,
spent the holidays with relatives and
friends in this section.
Among those that I met during the
holidays was my good friend, Dr. Chas.
It. Burton, of Iva. Ills friends will be
pleased to hear that he is in robust
health and is in the enjoyment of a
large and lucrative practice.
Nirs. Frank Fulton, of North Caro
Iina, is visiting her parents, Dr. and
Mrs. W. Townes Jones.
ILr. W T. Jones is profoundly grate
ful to all friends for past favors andi
wishes each one a happy and prosper
Mlasters William and Walter Jen
kins, of Columbia, spent Christmas
with their grandparents, Dr. and Mrs.
W. T. Jones.
After a long illness Mr. Wint JAnd
say, of Ware Shoals, passed away on
the 22nd inst. The 'bereaved family
have our sincere sympathy.
Tlie following oflicers were elected
and installed 'to serve Brewerton
lodge 'No. 183, A. F. Al., for the next
ensuing Masonic year:
T. L1.. Martin, W. M.
Idgar Madden, S. W.
.J. viistar Cooper, J. W.
W. L. 'Coolper, Sec.
J. B. O'Dell, Treas.
J1. V. Cooper, S. D.
It. L. Baldwin, J. 1).
J. N. Jones and 13. M. Martin, Stew
F. 1. Boland Tyler.
N. E'. Cooper, Chaplain.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank P1. Jones spent
Thursday with the latter's parents,
lon. and 'Mrs. T. J. Beacham.
The following tea-chers were at home
for Christmas: Misses Nona Riley, Eim
mie and Janie McNinch, Jennie Lou
-Maitin. Belle Jones, Mrs. 0. 13. Jen
kins and Misses Janie and Omega
The following students were at
home during the holidays: 'Misses
Mary Gaibrell, Vivian, Gladys, Mil
dred and Ruth Martin.
Miss Laura Graham entertained a
party of young friends at a birthday
celebration on the 25th inst.
lon. and Mrs. T. J. Beacham enter
taoned a few relatives and friends at
a -turkey dinner on Thursday.
Hon. and -Mrs. .J. P. Morrison re
c(ntly Visited their daughter, Mrs. Pet
Davis, of Donalds.
Miss Nona Riley, of Spartanburg,
spent the holidays with her briother,
Mr. S. C. Riley.
Mr. .1. A. 111ll visitedl his cousin, Mr.
J. C. Cochran, a fewv days ago.
Rev. andl Mrs. Harley spent the (lay
yesterday with Mr'. and Mirs. G. L.
'Mr. Wylie, of Tr'oy, visited her par'
cnts, Mr. and LMrs. Albert Rogers, duri
N EW POSTMASTERS
TO ATTE'ND) S('IOOL
General Accounting Postofilces Will
be Designated in Each State.
Washington, Jan. l.*-Beginning wvith
the new yeai', undei' orders issued to
day by Postmaster General I lays, new
ly appointed postmasters will be re
cluiired to attend school, where they
will be taught, among other' things,
how to meet the msublic, their places
in the community, how, through pulb
licity, to educate the pu-blic in the use
of .the mails, how to 'han dle complaints,
guardi the mails and maintain piroper
relationship 'with the department.
Central accounting postoflces will
be designated in each state as schools
for the instrucetion of postmasters of
the second and third clans, under the
direction of First Assistant Postmas-.
ter Genera-l Work, as "superintendent"
Newly appointed postmasters will
be advised iby lettoer "that his city's
welfare to a very great extent de
ponds upon his willingness and Ca
pacity to give it better postal ser
vice". After the intensive course
aimed. to impress upon the new of
ficial, that "he is local manager of
the biggest business institution in the
world," he will be required to wvrite
the department giving a review of
what he had learned, so that it may
be determIned, Mr. flays said, 'whether
he is qualified to serve .behind q. pha
"Ask your postmasters when you
want to know."
Colds Cause GDrip and taffuea
AAXATIVE DRlQU@ QUININEbi.es wsmoh
cause, Ther. is only one "Dromo entnin'o;
L.W. GROVE'S silbnature n ha. aSb
"kV Good Old d
41-43.45 South Fifth Street
SOLD BY DRUG A
111o ui astnaig lihniment fnvly for Neuratga. 1ho
Grip. uile Ca. &uked Brtsta. 8oro Nipple..
etc. Such Lilve,.tock ditlu.i,3 nA Foot or Sh,
rhcep .Hloof tDi~eefarne 114iuncdr. Sore, Ti.
ha mu:tt.,; 8praircR. slpavins* !9od Jaw, lit,.
II i m'e, iine niiale,. soon yield to butiqanst. We
fill h'uiltry r9invily for Pip. &nc.'a Blaeck
Catarrha, Ganker,., Houp. Gapes, Worm.. etc.
Snd 2 cent'* stunpe or coin. for rril Italo ellm
hold Mie I &u.teg iniment and fret Todle Top.,i
lutit ,e. i.ron 1lanutaeturing Co.. 41 ,iouli F
Street. liroollyn. N. Y.
For Constipated Bow
The nicest cathartic-laxative in the
world to physic your liver and bowels
when you have Dizzy Ieadache, Colis,
Hiliousness, Indigestion, or Upset, Acid
Stomach is candy-like "Cascareta."
One or two tonight will empty your
Our ellego Is a lu
the world. To f
out Wthat you
gatll by at llendilig
ith 19 2 c e it wil4
loguy. at otie.
'll. We will contin
ly who pay their ac<
0th of the month fo
:t to give this plan a
~vill go on a strictly c
appreciate the assisi
ni carrying this plant
:harged to any one.
N1AM DRUG S'
OWE DRUG C
Laurens, S. C.
VO~NJa4 - P9 BURNEHUSD&
Glovernor Cooper and Dr. E. W. Sike
Attend Bickett FuuefOl.
Rgleiglj, N. C., Mc. 29.-Thona
Walter Dickett, Noi'th Carolina'8 wa
;overnor, who (lied Wednesday inorn
ing following a stroke of paralysis
i little less than 12 months after h<
etired from oflice, was buried ih
1,ouisburg this afternoon, following
iiniple rineral services at chris
The lit. 11ev. .1. 11. Cheshire, bish
)p of the diocese of North Carolina
id the Rtev. M. A. Barber, rector o
Thrist church, conducted the service
fhe honorary pall bearers includef
lie counlcil of state, the Wake count
ar, and .Iosephus Daniels, forme1
secretary of the navy.
P. A. Cooper, governor of Soutl
1arolina, a close friend of Mr. Bick
Att, and 'l)r. N. W. Sikes, president o
okcr College, iartsville, S. V., at
Ad scoolnate, were among the ou
)f state attendants at the funeral.
The funeral party left the stat
apitol for the church after the caske
earing the body of the former gover.
ior had rested in state for two hour.
xfnd after throngs of mourning admir.
3rs had filed by while members of tho
iervice company, First regiment o
North Carolina national guard, stoot
it parade rest at the head an( th<
loot of the casket.
Flags of all public buildings wer<
it half mast today, the state capito
)uIlding was draped in mourning an(
il the departmental ofilces wer(
We extend a cordial invitation t(
inyone suffering with catarrh to cal:
tnd see Ilyomei. We -will refund th<
noney if Ilyomel does not relieve
[iaurelns Drug Co.
"Pape's i)iapepsin" has proven itself
the surest relief for Indigestion, Gases,
Flatulence, leartburn, Sourness, Fer
mentation or 8toinach Distress caused
by acidity. A few tablets give almost
imenidiate stomach relief and shortly the
stomach is corrected so you ean eat fa
vorite foods without fear. large case
'osts only few cents at dru store. Mil.
lions helped annually.
We beg i
tended to a:
account in I
to those on]
before the I
will not be <
For 73 years
'the " Friend INDEED"
ause it PENETRATES TO THE BONE!
5 in thoroughly the soothing, healing
of Mustang Liniment. This drives out
aches, pains, soreness anid unhealthy
iditions. Mustang is antiseptic, too
mnsing and healing to all ailments that
i be reached by external treatment.
-p abottle ahways in the house -another
the barn and shop. Insure prompt
ef, maintain efficiency, with Mustang.
rndby &ince 1348"
URINO CO., Proprietors
BROOKLYN. N. Y.
ND GENERAL STORES
umatism. L.unitngo. Colds,
:roup. bumim, Diphtherin,
,uldcr Hot, Scab. etc., il
.. Soma. Skin Lumps, etc.
- Ifousehold size
.as much as
LK 25c size
els, Sick Headache,
bowels completely by morning, aInd O
will fcel spleniid. "They work w ila
you sleep.' Casearets never stir you
tip or gripe like SaltI, Pills, (alomel,
or Oil a! they cost only ten cents
a box. Children love Caseare'ts too.
PLE, ATTENTION! aj'
mber of thl National Assocnti,1n of AcCeed.c Com
the Ulited Stater,-the strongest chalint of sootol.s fin
SPARTANOURO. I. 06
mn and after
1l not be ex
aid his 1921
ue to charge
counts on or
trial and, if
ance of our