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Million Packets Of
Flower Seeds Free
We believe in flowers around the
homes of the South. Flowers brighten
up the home surrqundings and give
pleasure and satistaetion to those who
We have filled more than a million
packets of seeds, of beautiful yet
easily grown flowem to be given to
our customers this spring for tho
beautifying of their homes.
Wouldn't you like to have live
packet# of beautifuW flowers free?
X.QW GJA QET TURB4M t iasein'
1921 eataog to a li3-page hanasom't
illustrated seed book with twenty
beautitti pages showing the finest va
rieties tn their true natural colors.
It is full of ielpfidl garden, flower and
farm information that is needed In
every home, and, too, the cataleg tells
you how to get these flower seeds ab
Write for our 1221 catale R
is the finest, most va'abole ant beau
tiful seed book ever pubUshed , and
you will be mighty glad you've got It.
There is no obligation to buy any.
thing. Just ask for the catalog.
H. 0. H ASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN,
Piles Cure4 In 6 to 14 Days
Drnggists rctund mony If PAZO OINTME)IT fall
tocure~chig. 3WIeeding or Protzud log Piles.
Instantly elleves It r Piles ca ge4
ou o after thie Stat ncpllcatwo PrO 1c
To abort a cold
and prevent com.
The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are
nausealess, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain
ed and improved. Sold
only in scaled packages.
"Black-Draught is in
meiine ont the market, ' "
states Mrs. R. H. White
*side, of Keota Okia. She e
continues: "I had a pain
in my chest after eating
tght, uncomfortable feel
ig-and this was very
disagreeable and brought
* on headache. I was con
sti pated and knew it was
* indigestion and inactive
liver. I began the use of'
Black-Draught, night and..
morning and 'it sure is .
spleni rleand certainly .
Por over seventy years
this purely vegetable
preparation hasi been
.found beneficial by thou
* sands of persons suffer
ing from effects of a tot
pld, or slow-acting lIver.
* Indigestion, bIliousness,
colIc, coated tongue, dlz
ziness, constipation, bIt
ter taste, sleeplessness.
- lack of energy, paIn is
back, puiffiness under the
.eyes-aniy or all of these *
that there is something
the matter wIth your
.liver. You can't be too
-careful about temnedl- i
cine you take. Be sure
-that the 'namne, "Thed
on the package. At all
* Accept Only
Laurens City Schools
*. * * * ** ** ** ** * * .*.
(Distinguis'hed: John Glenn Kitchens,
Williaan Lancaster, Harold Lee, Doro
thy Humbert, Elizabeth Babb, Mary
Clarence Bramlette, Martha Susan
Briggs, Roberta Holmes, Madeline
Sullivan, Mary Elizabeth Squires,
tIohn Franks, Jr., Lawton Vincent,
Proficient: Jesse Carroll Miller,
Henry Todd, Bertha Sexton, Nancy
Babb, Esther Lurey.
Distinguished: Robert Bonchoff,
Charles Crews, James'Davis, Robert
Fleming, Dial Gray, Ambrose Hudgens,
Palmer Reid. i
Proficient: Drummond Anderson,
Henry Benchoff, Jack Chandler, Lon
Highly 'Distinguished: Sarah Riddle.
Distinguished: Bert Kennington,
Roy Miller, Leon Nichols, Joe Reid,
Ilaskell Sanders, John Thomas Todd,
Charles Vincent, Margaret McCravy,
Louise Smith, Clemiegene Teague,
Blanche Thompson, Lois Taylor.
Proficient: De Witt Norwood, Edwin
Dwings, Clyde Ray, Eugene Yeargin,
Distinguished: Emily Babb, Jack
[lalle, Robert Briggs, Lola May Bull,
Louise Cromer, Charles Hicks, Jaunita
Proficient: Sara (Dpendy, Julia Brown,
Roy Flowers, lHprriett Gray, Russell
Jacks, Haze Welir, Nathaniel Hall.
DistinguI(shed: Inez Jamieson, Belle
IHamilton, Pauline Langston, Kirkl Iin
D)avenplort, Alartha Caldiwell.
Proficient: alph Hagwe i, William
I)itingItiFhed: ltolfe Iilighes, C. T.
,!'quire-s, Sarah11 1lorrohl, \'allie Nlea
dows;, Laenora Alillr, Dorotlhy Nor
wood, Hlelen \'incenlt.
l'roficien: I larold Montgomerry.
larenlce' P,'hiI pot,' \iargaret Ch eek.
.\Jary Ellen Owens, Elma Power,
Aar tha Taylr label ''rotter, Mildred
DiVtinglishcd: Jack Blabb, Jans
Dunklin, Martha Franks, Jeanette
lamilton, Antoinette Moore, Irene
Proficient: loyce Taylor, Jack Wy
song, Virginia Clardy, Lillian Kitchens,
Mattie Belle .tartin, Laura Reid,
Frances Switzer, Ida May Madden.
Distinguished: Lillian Snoddy, Sara
Sull-Ivan, Emily Taylor, 'Willie Mae
Proficient: W. C. Miller.
Distinguished: William Bramlett,
William Crews, Robert Moore, Frances
lHough6, Fannie Rosenthal, Gertrude
Templeman, Mlargar~et WVasson, Pawnee
Highly Listinguished: Mlary Ander
D~istinguished: Carl Bobo, Emily
Fanks, 'Laura Vance Jones, Helen
Profieient: .\iabel Barton, Mary
Plowers, Wilmot Hiolmes, Clarence
Dist~ingu ishedc: Legare Black well,
Lucile Hiaiw'klns, Harlowve Mahaffey,
Nettle Lee Martin, Martha Powers,
Amaryllis Smith, Bruce Thompson,
D~istinguishedl: Colliar Barksdale,
Billy Bolt, Frank Baker, 'Edgar
Proficient: Mildred Burton.
Highly D~istinguishedl: Lila Rick
mian, ,Perrln Wriight.
'Distinguished: Miller Mc~uen, Mar
vin Nabers, William 'Power, Margaret
Dav'is, Rebecca Meyers, Mary Cather
ine Power, Gertrude Sexton, Ethel
speer, Jbay'ton Wlldrop.
Proficaient: Willie B., Duncan,
Distinguis'hed: Ida Mae Hunter,
L1loise Miller, Inez Motes, Edith Hlel
lams, Hattie Miller.
Proficient: Grace Owin, Janie Glenn,
Yanie IHarris, .Mary Lou Ferenson, Vi..
Eighth Orade Latin
-Highly Distinguished: Janile Holmea
Davis, Mary Goodwin, Sidney Holmes,
Paul Philpot, Rose Rosenthal,
'Distinguis Ijed: Paul Anderson, Nora
[eangston, Mfariegene Gray, Ruth
3glesby, Ada Catherine Owdngs, Hilda
raylor, Ruby Todd, Thomas Wofford.
Proficient: Sara Chtldress, Eloise
DIardy, Katherine Hieks, F'rances
Entght, Pierce Martin, Whitney Young,
Eighth Grade Commercial
Highly Distinguished: Sarah Senn.
Distinguished: Clara Boyd, Rothwell
iiinley, Louise McCord, Kirk Taylor,
.Proficient: Allie Culbertson, Nelle
Oheek, Mary McCord, Annie McPher
son, 'Frank Martin, George .Wright, Jr.
Highly Disinguished: Fred Cimton,
Sarah Katherine Barksdale.
Distinguished: Walter 'Brewington,
Roy Gaston, Ray Goodwin, Wyatt Wal
drep, Ruth Carlbertson, Mary Senn,
Winifred Sitgraaves, Ruth Sullivan.
Proficient: Ellen 'Langston, Cornelia
Machen, Floride Moore, Addie Lou Sex
ton, Ruby Templeton, Grace Young,
Highly Distinguished: 'Eula 'Mae
atin Nelle Jones, Sarah Eliza Swy
Distinguished: Martha Dula, 'Lois
Fuller, Allio Gosnell, Louise Smith,
Eva Taylor, Grace Taylor, Hermon
Proficient: Mary Boyd, Margaret
Coleman, Mary Hudgens, Emmett
Jesse, Ruth Todd.
Highly Distinguished: Caroline
Distinguished: Beatrice Babb, Nelle
Blakely, Dorothy Fairey, Raymond
Gaston, Nancy 'Meng, Eleanor Miller.
Proficient: Luther Chaney, Leora
Hunter, Lois Martin, Mary Belle Myers,
Nelle Senn, Harry rWoodside.
Laurens Mill School
Distinguished: Patton Reece, Charl
ton Todd, Willie May Bailey, Elvira
Cannon Dorothy Cooper, Beulab Davis,
Proflolent: Oscar Lee Bishop, Chris
Distinguished: Bessie Davis, Maud
Robinotte, Lydia Suoddy, Alma Tem
pleton, Elmer Davis.
Proficien-t: Homer Carlton, Tholma
Putnam, Malcom Roberts, Lora Seay,
Proficient: Bertha Marlar.
.. Fourth G4rade
Distinguished: Miinnie lll.
'Proficient: Williani 3ell, Nellie
Kiser, Cecil Wilson.
TELIS 01 AILMY OFI
ililrh Officer Gives the Associated
l'ressa .enitihy Statement ton Ariny
and Its (Ope'rat.oions.
)ublin, Feb. 25.---A high olicer of
the Irish Repuzblican army has given
to the Associated Press a lengthy
statement on the army and its opera
tions. This is the first authorized
statement thus made public, but the
Identity of the oflicer and the circum
stances of the interview can not be
disclosed, nor is the correspondent
permitted to publish the statistical in
formation supplied regarding the to
tal number of .forces, both regular and
"irregular"-as the flying columnb
composed of men on the run are .term
ed-now in the field.
The officer who will be designated
in the intervirw. as 'Col. X," spoke
freely, answering unhes.itatingly every
question prcqpounded, but he enjoined
non-publication of various statements,
which, he said, "might give informa
tion to the enemy."
Hie emphatically denied the recent
dleclnra-tion of Major Gen. Strickland,
in command of the British troops,
that the Irish republican army organi
zation was dismem'beredl and repudi
ated the suggestion that the remark
able activity in the last fortnight was
a demonstration to disprove the as
sertions that the morale of the vol
unteers was impaired.
"The recent increase 'in the number
of attacks on the crown forces," said
Col. X. "w-as only a natural develop
ment due to the -perfecting of our or
iganization. From now on there will be
further extension and intensification
of our operations in all parts of the
He intimated that the rapublican
army would soon begin the isauance
of a military communique, probably
weekly, and added:
"Our system of communication ia not
yet very rapid but it .is certain."
Hei s'miled at a referetice called to
his attention that Michael Collins iwas
head of -the republican army, saying:
"That is a delusion persisted in not
only by the public, but by the British
government," Hie didi not say whether
the direction of the Repu-blican army
was in ,the hands of one man or a comn
mittee. There is a large reward out
standing for the arrest of Collins,
Col, X, said:
"The Irish republican army dots the
entire country. Our plan is to ac
count for every district either by bat
talio~ns or companies; every toot of
ground is being suveyed and studied
with reference to the most promising
spots for ambushes and with regard to
the disposition of the crown forces."
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BANKER DIES FRO WOUNDS
RECEIVDD IN DUEL
Fitzgerald, Ga., Feb. 5.-John A. Mc
Call, banker, farmer and cotton buyer,
who 'figured in yesterday's duel with
S. S. Fryer, in the Bank of Rochelle,
died here early this morning. Fryer
was killed instantly. -
The trou'ble is said to have been
caused over the settlement of an in
surance claim for cotton that Fryer
stored in McCall's warehouse in the
Owensboro section, which was de
stroyed by fire a short time ago. The
insurance compaules are said to have
adjusted the claim with McCall. Coun
ty officers said today that "the Incident
If you want to convert your Liberty
Bonds into cash, see Home Trust Co. at
Enterprise National Bank. 30-2t
A Few B
of Good C
ANY farmers have the
fine pedigreed seed a
general uce. 'Ilie moE
those that are inixed, run-out
ycar we produce in quantity
known variet ivs that were intr
viously. Theses Need are gr
careful Conditions by our exi;
and testud for germination.
sold at such mnoderate prico
afford to sacrifice the great
iroduct they will give.
DAVID R. COKER. P
W HEN - 41VVING
-. crops at the lo
that every acre mu
The crop yield
be sure you supply
The increased y
Fertilizers bring yo
Hold Your Cotton For Higher Prices.
Conservative Loans Made on
Cotton Consigned to Us.
Cotton Factors and Brokers
Greenville, S. C.
Wi Stock Your
Gjo Seed For
mistaken idea that We have rlways recommended, however, that
*- too expensive for every p!awer place his order each year for enough
t expenive seed are of our latest grains of eCd to 1)r(lucc his plaml
or non-vital. Every i seed for te folowing year. By doing this
strains of our well.
)duced one year pre.
iwn under the most standard of staple and production, at a minium
erts and are graded cost. One bushel of our Deltatype cotton sced
They are, however, should produce ample seed for planting a
.s that you cannot twenty acre crop next year. and thc staple pre.
er yield and vette miunite lint brings dill far more than pay for
prices are within reach of every planter--Writc us today.
SEED CO., 50-B Hartsville, S. C.
reident H. J. WEBBER, Gen. Mgr.
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TO US THENQM 2: *MW
alnt forn Pofit
leld from the liberal use of Swift's Red Steer
u a large profit. Buy now.
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