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Now BETTER than
They are now mide of
Keystone Copper Steel.
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1021 Catalog Free
It's ready now. 116 banidsomiely It
lustratu'd pagos of worth-while acod
and gardon news. This now catalog
wo belieTvc,'is the most valuible Feed
book ove - published. It containe
I'wenty Lull pages of the m1iost populal
vegetables autd flowors lin their natu
xp1 colors, the finest work of Its kind
Wilbthy our photogIalole illustratioln
and color pictures also fronll photo
graphs, we ihow you ju.,q whit y.'t
grow vith Hlastins' S.;Od. ov1nl bdo
foro you order th,-. somis. This calm
log niil.eu gaeden 'a.:1 f'lowor he.
plsting (asy 1 t?. it -.illd bo in av
cry a:inrk- . 1 tn hmu .. WVrite to
a i":d--m I~ ~ i.rg youi' naz::I
tu''l at-.bl : . \ I Wi to you
t;I~~~at yy.' .oua
<.. .- l - 1 r1
hf 1\ -, th , VIauo -
DUTY FOR NATION
Should 1uild Manhood and Woman.
hood. Speech at Atlanta.
Atlanta, Jan. 27.-The object to
ward iwiich 'the nation hulid dlicet
its industrial policy I$ the "'building
vu manhood and womanhoo-d," said
Calvin Coolidge, 'vice president-elect,
in addressing the 'Southern Tariff con
gross here tonight.
Ma.. Codlidge defended the protec
'live tariff In .the course of his address
on "Americanism" but said there
sliould be a "careful resurvey of field
in order to determine what aiplica
tion of former policy can be made to
existitig conditions in order best to
)rovi(le for the public welfare."
Pa-isage of the Fordney emergency
tailff bill wasasked in a rosolutie
a.do.pted late today.
Pleas for tariff protection for South
orn Industries wero made during the
day by Governor Parker of Louisiana,
Joh) 11. Kirby of Texas, president of
Vie congresu, Former United States
Sonator McLaurin of South Carolina
Governor Pa ker nade an appen.
for pc), 0tion fo the fanners. Mr.
1'irby (eclared for protection In out
linilly tle : [ fh ni1eetin g
-In uI~ nlzed th-dt "the R'.publicant party
11 )1. n9 tiog Uthe orgnanliz'/in e
":'';I. Mlr. M'\lLrinl av
1."(d ti: if a htriff Ia to bo writtn'!i
by the lleimu ican arty the
tcrein well m;. .0 'im V'i, hem
dr of the c.ountry.
duinJg thie *1> :f."-4. i:
n11 COd I to .
r( Mil ;
n': ljnnn. rm
ndt a eribl of all
ni- plante. :tFarer
AP. t'ssur and4 safe. Thren44
1' -0 5, $125 - Soldan gur
'4''b 2 Iurens0 la'rware Co.,al
Putinm'a Dirug Stwo, -Koinedo Bros.
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a ee e a * *3 a .;
Jones, Jan. 29.-We were very sorry
to bear of the recent deaths of Dr.
T. J. Crymes and Wells Rfiley of
Greenwood. In common with their
hosts of friends we mourn their de
parture and sincerely syml>athize with
their bereaved families.
Mr. Robert Ellis has moved from
Ware Shoals to Cliniton. We cordial
ly commend them to the good p.e)oplC
of .their new homhe and wish them a
prosperous and happy 1921.
Mr. and ulrs. Leonard Dolt, of
Greenville recently visited their par
ents, Mr. alid 'Mrs. Willie Bolt.
The friends of Miss Laura Graha
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Ca
ham, will be lleased to learn that she
Is repoverying from a serious illneSs.
We aro, glad to report that our
granddaughter, Laura Graham, Is r
covering fronu a -.riouls Ii
Thel hunters kli Iled a reat nm
rabbit.; during the snow.
Mr. Walter M~. Jones6 i!s very, los
tions for the next crop.
Everybody, whuite and oor ca
11nd IplI)loyint'lL at War ]t
'1~im 1'. cond(~it ion? a 'I
r r ently -I,,
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nr hbor. i cnc .:p
ticO, aind also ex:>ro:.' 41 thV
that the att:nel: va in *p! -
rt at.-mnon t he matde in Jet tha)t he hr
been-i inlvitOd to att( fnd inero
funcioun, and1( to he gad fat he; o. e.
functionsn, amnd to bc #od father of a
In spite of the severe weather last week, we were
very rnuch pleased with the opening of our sale and
wihto thank our fr'iends for' their liberal patronage.
Thae who hav not yet taken advantage of the won
v ris dg henetfe dy an see wha&to
of af 'a n .euirl '"-~ ~
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