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Rted-Ioodled Men1 111d W Ioe are Up
aid Dolng Bright anmid Early.
-FREE YOUR BLOOD FROM POISON
Trake Pepto-Manigan, tlie 11-am11tous
lood Toic Prescribed by
Physlelnsi for 30 Years
Sluggish blood clogged with poisons
makea you lazy. You nover feel like
getting up In the morning. And when
you do get up. you miss that feeling
of refreshing rest. You feel more tired
when you xent to bed. After a good
night's sleep you should get ip with a
spring, feeling alive, renewed, refresli
And you would, too, it your blood
Were fuill of red corpusicles. Your com
plexionI would lok fresh, your eyes
brIght and clear; you would feel the
warinl tingle of good health.
Look to Yo1r bood if youi have that
lazy, heavy feeling In the morning.
U1egin t1a king impto-Mangini-the Ideal
ton h. It, has blood-building propertles
that pick you up1) and give yon strength.
I'epto-.\1 antgan is whlWely andi heartily
endorsed by p11ysIelans. It is effec(ive.
anl ea;y to take. It is prepared in
both liiuld and11i tablet fortml. Hoth have
th same uulie icina)1l propertIes.
Sol( at any drug store. I1u1t he sure
you g;'t the genune Pepto-.\1angan
"Gurle's". Ask for it by the full nlale
and he sure the full n1tattme. "Glde's
Popto-Mangan,' Is on 'the package.
Take notice that oi the '24th day
of January, 1921, 1 will render a final
account of my acts and doings as Ad
mninistrator of the estate of Jane Pres-.
ley, deconsed, in the office of the
Judge of Probate of Laurnes county at
11 o'clock, a. m. and on the same day
will apply for a final discharge from
my trust as Administrator.
Any person indebted to said estate
is notified and required to make pay
nen-t on, that date; and all persons
having claims against said estate will
present thom on or before said date,
duly proven or be forever barred.
A. C. TODD,
With Will Annexed.
Dec. 29, 1920. A-24-mo
Plates cnd insulation in the
Willard Threaded Rubber Bat
tery serve as in any battery
but there's one difference. Wood
scparators wvear out; Threaded
Rubber' Insulation outlasts the
battery every time.
Th readled Rubbcr Insulation
is acid proof- won't puncture
or carbonire. It is one of the
th',gs that make this good
battery still beter. You'll find
it only in the Willard Threaded
W. Laurena St.
Daniel Edward Hydrick Passes Away
'Washington, Jan. 15.-Judge -D. E.
Hlydrick, associate justice of the au
preme court of South Carolina, died
of -pneumonia at the Raleigh hotel
tli morning at 1:15 o'clock. With him
at the time of death was his son, Dr.
J. L. Hydrick, Mrs. J. M. Wallace of
Spartanburg, a daughter, was on her
way to Washington when the end came.
The remains left Washington tonight
at 10:45 o'clock and interment will be
at Spartanburg Monday afternoon at
Judge Hydrick came to Washington
,December 3,1, I lecame ill og thile
first day of the year. Ilia llness h1
the beginning was diagnosed as la
grippe in severe form. Pneumonia
In addition to the children in
Washington, Judge Ilydrick is sur
vived by another son, Daniel Hydrick
of Spartanburg, and a daughter, 'Miss
l'ifie Lee Iiydrick of Phoenix, Ariz.
Columbia, ;fail. 15.-The firm. news
of the death of Justilce Hydrick vas
received at the supreme court rooms
here from Dr. John lydrick of Wash
ington, a son of the associate justice.
Tihe telegram contaliued no details,
merely saying that Judge Hydrick had
died in a hospital.
Nows of the death of the associate
justice camd as a great shock to his
many friends and admirers he're. State
oflicials, attorneys and 'many other
friends expressed regret at 'the loss of
Justice ilydrick. Many expressions of
sorrow were heard on all sides yester
day afternoon and lat night.
Daniel Edward Hydrick was the
youngest son of Maj. Jacob 'H. Hlydrick
and his wife, Margaret Hildubrand, a
daughter of Jacob Iildebrand. ie was
born in Orangeburg county August 6,
The early life of Assoiate Justice
Hydrick was spent on 'the farm of his
father and in attending the neighbor
hood schools. Opportunities were lim
ited, but Major -Hydnick sent his son to
the Columbia Male academy for a few
months. This school was conducted by
Capt. Hugh S. Thompson, who was lat
er elected governor.
At the age of 16 Justice Hydrick
entered the preparatory department
of Wofford college, but did not remain
in school long, being called home on
account of the Illness of his mother.
Ills mother (ied in June of 1877-and
in the fall of the same year ho went
back to school, entering the freshman
class of Wofford college. Re went
through the junior class having en
tered in 1877 and leaving in 1880. Ho
was awarded the alumni medal for the
highest profleiency in general scholar
ship in his junior year.
After leaving Wofford Mr. lydrick
went to Vanderbilt iniversity, grad.
iating there with the degree of A. 13.
In 1882. At. Vanderbilt he was given
a scholarship in Greek for profleiency
in this language. lie graduated with
honor. H'e wvas offeredi a post-grad~u
ate fellowship In English andl litera
ture, but dleclinedl the fellowship.
In the fail of 1882 he was elected
printcipal of the D~arlington Mlale acad
emy, holding this liosition until 1885.
HeI was admitted to the bar in the
spring of 1g86.
October 24, 1882, Justice Hlydrick
was mnarriedl to Miss Rosa Lee, the
eldest dlaughter' of John A. Lee of
Spartanbu rg. Justice Hlydrick began
the luractice of law in Spiartanburg
in the fall of 1887, soon thereafter
forming a partnership with John W.
Carl isle. The irm of Hlydrick & Car
lisle continued fronm 1887 uantil 1891.
In the fall of 1894 Justice I lydrick
went to Union and 'the firm of Hly
drick & Sawvyer wvas formed, only ex
isting foi' a short ItIne, however. In
1895 Justice Hlydrick and Stanyarne
Wilson formed the firm of Hlydrick &
Wilson of Spartanburg, remaining in
partnership) until 1900.
Firom 1895 to 1900 Justice Hydrick
was county attorney for Spartanburg
county. In 1897 he was elected to the
legIslature, servin-g until 1899, 'when
ho was elected to the senate. He
served as senator untIl 1905 when he
was elected judge of .the Seventh ju
diclal circui~t. He held the circuit
judigship -until i909 when he was
elected associate justice of the au
preme 'court by the general assembly,
succeedIng Ira 13. Jones, who had
bee'n mnade chief justice.
Jujdge Hiydrick's , first election to
the legislature was in 1887, to fill out
an unexpired ternm. His election as
assocIate justice in 1909 was marked
b~y a long fight for the position on
the part of his friends.
Judge IIydt'ick, then a circuit
jud~ge, was piresiding over the court
of general sessions for Richtland coun
ty when the general assembly wvent
into the election to fill the .place left
vacatnt by thle priomiotion of Iria hi.
Jonies. J!oint assemblies we;re held for
over' a we'ek in ant effort to make a
choice. At Ilra2 a inmber of names
were put forward aitd it was not untIl
near the 30th ballot that the list was
narrowedl downa to three or four. The
race near the close narrowed down to
Justice Hydrick, Thomas P. Cothran
and John C. Sheppard. Justice Hy
drick was elected on the 37th ballot
of the general asseibly. H-e was re
elected In 1918 and had only served a
libttlo over tbwo years of the teri which
would have exlired In 1928.
Justice Hydrick was the ranking
associate Justice of the sutpremeo court
and was a Iman learned. in the law,
yet affable and .agreeable to every
body. His (loath comes as a distinct
shock ant a great loss to the state,
Justice -Hydrick was a Shriner, a
K(appa Ali ha and a member of the
sta-te bar association,
Attorney GCneral Wolfc paid a
high tribute to Justice Hlydrick when
asked for ain expression yesterday.
"In the composition 9 a judge
ther1e is more to be consildered than
mere legal ability and intellectual
acumen, fearlessness of spiri-t, an il
herent sense of justice and the en
.Pacity for convictitbi without the ole
ments of bigotry," Mr. Wolfe said.
"'I'hese traits, gifts and powers were
the posseission of Judge Ilydrick. lie
was a (olscifeltious s(eker of the
truth; a i clrutinous weigher of fact;
a lucid rearoler an)d ait, logician. fija
decision; wIill ranik with thte of
Sims(on. Mc(owan, -.\Ilcir and other
of Souith Carolila's most I'mineni
jnrists. His diction and style were
admiralel," .the attorllny general con
Card of Tihaiks.
We twish 'to express our appreciT~tion
to our friends for the many aets of
kinm'ness an( sympathy that were so
freely given at the time of the death
and burial of our dear wife and
morther. May God richly ruward each
Egbert 'M, Riddle and Family.
Gray Court, Jan. 14., 1921.
Daily Optimlatic Thought.
Nothing resembles today so much as
If you nee<
visit our store an<
exception of wall
low, will be .sold
It will be to
they will never b
We have thr
money. Our los
nut Bed Room S
Famous line of Camero:
ges, 6-eye range $90, tl
Dining Room Ft
ASSESSOlS NOTICE 1921
The Auditor's office will be open
from the first of January to the 20th
of February, 1921, to inake Tax re
turns of all personal property and
transfers of real estate for taxation,
for said year.
For the convenience of taxpayers
returns will be taken at the following
named places on the dates sipclled
Tuesday, Feb. 1st, S. W. Dean,
Tuesday, Feb. 1st, Renno, Jacks
Mills, Hunter Township.
Wednesday, Feb, 2ml, Qlinton, Jiun
Thursday, Feb. 3rd, Clinton Cottonl
Mills, Hunter Township.
Friday, Feb, 4th, Lydia Cotton Mil!,
Saturday, Feb. 5th, Goldville, Hin
Tuesday, Feb. ist, Mountville, lun
Tuesday, Feb. 1st, Cross Hill, Cross
-il. Townshi p.
Tuesday, Feb. 1st, Dr. W, i T1op
Wednesday, Feb. 2ntd 'Waterloo
Town, Waterloo Towlship.
Tuesda /, F'b. 1 t, Jerry C. Martin's
!atoe, J.r.I-rloo~ TPov:nshlip.
Wedesdy.F(O. 2nd T. T. Wood'.,
SulmP' ownship, .a. ". to I p. m.
Wured dy. Feb,!. 2nd, Green R. Tav
lor'., 2 . to 4: 30 p. Im
Titee.Feb. :1rd, A.'W.Sh r'
store, Sullivn Tovn.lin 9 a. ml. to
1 P. Iml.
Th rdy Veb. 3ru, Prinlettonl, SullI.
van Township. 10 a. im. .to 4:30 p. im.
Friday, Feb. -ith, Tumbling Shoals,
10 a. m11. to 3 p. I.
Tuesday, Feb. 1st, S. Rufus Gray's,
Tuesday, Feb. 2nd, Owings, Dials
Thursday, Feb. 3rd, L. A. Thiomp
*son's store, Dials Township.
Friday, Feb. 4th, Gray Court, Dials
Tuesday, Feb. 1st, Cook's store,
Tuosday, Feb. 1st, Young's store,
\Vednosday, Fob. 2nd, Pleasant
Mound, Young's Township.
Thursday, Feb. 3rd, Lanford's,
OF THE ENTIJ
LASTS FOR F]
I furniture or will i
I take advantage of1
paper and pictures y
-ticles Sold asL
your advantage to bu
a duplicated again.
own this entire stock
s is your gain.
A FEW ITEMS I
uit . ..
stoves and ran- $5
irniture, Beds, Matti
All Go In
All male citizens between the age Towiship and correct School District.
of 21 and 60 years on the first (lay of After the 20th of February, 50 per
January, except those who are incap- 1ent penialty will he attached for fall
able of earning a support from being ire to Make returns.
mahtimied or from other causes, are J. W. 'TOMPSON,
deemed )olls, Confederate veterans; County Auditor.
excepted. Nov. 'Oth, 1920.
Also ali male citizens beLween the .
ages of 21 and 55 on the first day of o
January, are liable to a road tax of No Worms In a Healthy Child
iake their return of same to the All children troubled with Wormo have on un.
im )YCoo.%%vI t, ' i hlletC'(s pzoor bk~md. and no
Auditor durinig the Lile above spec-- aualthy kcir, ir i4 (ca vtooioi d urbncc.
fled and shall pay to the County IPj.s ,,-AiX'E% CHili TONIC given regu
Treasurer at the saIe tule other hIrly fv r i0o tr thr"c week3 wl!i crit1 the blood.
taxes are paid in lieu of working the il' e dentionand retas ageneralStrength
road. - enin. Totnic o & he whole r ~ystem. Noture will then
throw o!!<r dispel 0, worms, and theChild willbe
All taxpayers are required to give 1 1.1 ,e t health. 'leeuant to take. Goc perbottle.
Worsted Heather and Mercerized Lisle
FROM3 F 111'0t TO 'SER
TIo introdlice "(ut1w1ha Ch'i i!" 31en's Half Ilose, We Will 3i,111 ,
,:Ix of ::I, 'ars.ia C i Z D fr $2.2-5.
W..1ia 1 ) !mii .tiis
4 ~o: t. ive pair.; .\'I l1i'I ilo .1) .25
in er m re at $1.0 ' p(' (oz.
u-:--pI--t'd lieeli and0 Toos, IDouble Sole. Gl' \ kANTE*:il T
G VE S TISFA TOR y VEAH.ize 9 11 1-2. iN illack. \'.hite
'-, Pearl, .ake. Tan. ( ' lo:a. Gre . i'alm Bench, i'Laver.
TI IIES N SOCK PHET;l k At 1, 0 Xv ( k : I, pair ,,
"( A~ITAWHlA ('HilDl" W016T'jED liE:A'vhWR 1 IALF :Pin!' are also
oi Ar d:
of' thl ( ! pair for $2.0. Box of sU ai: for $ I..0. Box of
tv: r for $:,.50. Two dozen or more. at 88.25 per dozen.
These sox are guaraniteed to give -atisFactory wear. Sei1zes u1
t 11i 1-2, in Fawn, Greeni and Brown, llea;ther-l mlixture's.e Thes are
the. poplarI'l weighit worsted Ileather t.hat are so ippular- for' low'
Ashots and art-, still retailinig for $1.00 to $V._0 )e "ar
Order At Once. Cash With Order.
Liberty Hosiery Company
ROCK HILL, S. C,
ZE STOCK OF
, JANUARY 21
1eed any very soon, it wiI~ pay you to
:his sale. Our entire stock, with the
rhich have already been marked very
40 Per Cent
w as.50 Per Cent. Off.
y at these prices as we firmly believe
on the market because we need the
N OUR STOCK
Beautiful Ivory bed room suit.
Buy this for your bed room and
Former price $360 special this sale $1
Also 4-yve range was $80 special this sale
(Other ranges in proportion) $48
esses, Springs, Chairs, Rugs, Etc.
.auirens. South Carolina