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pleaure and satisfaction to those wh:
We have filled more than a million
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nd, too, the catalog. tells you how to
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you will be mighty glad you've got it.
Thoro is no .obligation to buy any
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it will como by return mail.
H. G. HASTING^ CQ., SEEDSMEN,
CHILD'S BOWELS WITH
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
Your little one will love the "fruity"
taste of "California Fig Syrup" even if
constipated, bilious, irritable, feverish,
or full of cold. A teaspoonful never
fails to cleanse the liver and bowels. In
a few hours you can see for yourself how
thoroughly it vorks all the sour bile, and
und igested food out of the bowels and
you have a well, playful child again.
Millions of mothers keep "Californ ia
Fig Syrup" handy. They know a tea
spoonful today saves a sick child to
morrow. Ask your druggist for .genuine
"California Fig Syrup" which has direc
tions for babies and children of all ages
printed on bottle. Motherl You must
say "California' or you may get an imi
tation fig syrup.
Stops Hair Coming Out;
35-cents buys a bottle of "Dander-ine"
at any drug store. After one applica
tion you ean not find a particle of
dandruff or a falling hair. Rlesidep,
every hair shows new life, vigor, bright
ness, more color and abundance.
TiH E violent paroxysms of coughing
Ssoon eased b~y Dr. King's New
Discovery. Fifty years a standard
remedy for colds. Children like it.
No harmful drugs. All dIruggists, 60c.
ForCds ad Couhs
,Make Bowels Normal. Nature's
way is the way of Dr. King's Pills
gently and firnmly regulating the bowvels
eliminating the intestine clogging
waste. At all druggists, 25c,
'Ti PROMPT I WON'T GRIPE
The Most Profitable
Acre on the Farm
The garden spot is recognized
by many as the best paying par-t
of tho tornm, but is often neglected.
A good garden means money In
your pocket, and from a health '
standpoint, there is nothi ~gbetter
than green, fresh vegetabes.
The right variety of toegetojbles
tec 00se for ear incs, il
Catalog. Mailedl fro. ort 'equ9st
farm and enurront pr'eep a d l~
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1(W.WOOD~ & SS
no~ Vi D a4th se:. Michmona. Va.
Active 1*1 Day.
Chicagp, Feb. 28.-With a tear In
his eye, but afi unfaltering stop, Kon&
saw Mountain Landis today walked
from the -federal. building a private
citizen after 17 years as fe1e'ral judge.
Starting tomorrow, the famous.jurist,
who recently resigned, will devote his
time to the position of baseball com
Judge Landis swung through the
first 'part of his final day on the bench
in characteristic fashion, dispoking of
nearly a dozen cases inj the typically
Landis manner which once caused a
convicted bootlegger to refer to him
as "that white haired hellcat In fed
eral court" and a pardoned youth to
term him the "whiltest guy that ever
talked to a fellow." le ilnled one man
one cent for tax dodging because,. he
said, "You've tried to be square," and
slapped a $5,000 fine, on the man's
partner because he I "hadn't played
In the afternoon the judge sat in
his chambers amild the debris of his
departure, watching his personal ef
fects being carted aivay. phusts of
Lincoln, of Gresham, former secretary
of state under whom the judg'e served
as secretary, pictures of famous Iper
son1s, the propeller of the airphlne his
son Reed flew in the warl, a elock
frcmn his boyhood Indiana home and
dozens of other mementoes surround
ed iml11 during the informal reception
of hundreds of1 visitors.
It was in this surrounding that the
air of the government ollicial was
swept away and tears trickled down
the cheeks not only of the judge but
ot several of his visitors. Persons
from all stages of life caeic, to clasp
his band. Bank presidents and society
leaders mingled with laborers and oc
casionally a former prisoner with
whom the judge had been lenient. The
judge showed tile greatest emotion
when reporters presented hin with a
signed testimony wishng him iiluck,
saying he was "taking the like of the
joint away," and that they would ai
waYs remember him as an "hoinest to
God man and a jndge with the right
kind of backbone."
After reading it the judge swung
his big chair' around so the reporters
could not see hin and when lie turned
back five minutes later his cheeks
and eyes glistened with tears. The
last person to bid farowell to Judge
Landis was Joe Buckner, balliff in the
judge's first court. Buckner left his
bd, where he was confined with pnetiu
monla, to journey -through a sniow
storm for the farewell.
The judge took his own muffler, put
it on Buckner and rushed him away.
Judge Landis will leave in about
ten days for a tour of the'Southern
major league training camps, lie said.
SAYS GOV. MORUISON
North Carolina Governor Speaks Out
in New York. Bullock Quite Safe.
New' York, Feb. 25.-Reports that
Matthew Bullock, negro, 'yho is flght
ing extradition from Canada, would(
be lynched if rettrned to Norlina, M.
C., to face a charge of attemptedl unur
decr today. wvere characterized as "it
famous slander of' the state," -by Gov.
Cameron Morrison, wvho is it New
York on ofilcial butsiness.
"There is absoluitely no (dange'r of
Bullock being lynched if returned to
my state," said Giovernor Morrison.
"Nobody in North Carolina is lynched,
whdn the .athoritics havo wvarning.
Lynectings occur only wvhen relatives
anud friends of outraged persons dleal
wvith offenders before oflcers can act.
-Negtoes and whites receive the same
treatment In such cases."
Hei dleclar'ed that if Cimnada refused
to honor the requtisltiion of the state
of North Carolina indorsed by Secre
tary of State .Hilghes, thtent he "ivas
through" with the whole business. Uie
couild 'do no more, lhe said.
"The extradition of a person from
'Canada seems to me," the governor
added, "untder the trbaty obligations
as 4Aterpreted at Washington to be a
.potty juidicial matter rather than one
of high diplomacy."
'Referring to reports that 'North
Carolina was one of several states
seeking to defeat the anti-lynchi~ng
bill, Governor 'Morrison said:
"I challenge the entire country to
show any .'. . state that is doiag more
for the -intellectual and moral devel
op~ment -of the negro race than my
state. 'We are spending more money
to edu'cate them' to 'promote ,theoir
'health 'and make theni efficient in in
dustry, than any state -of like wealth
and' gpyopulatiord 'n. the nation.
"In -that challengo I include New
York, witlg Its smurderous .gtinmn
white -ard, black-and Illinola, with .its
i-ace ricot8, We, h~ve fewer '.bad nig
gerg' or, lawless Iweites than any state
of Wsib seize In The union.''
E' Hetee an lnternational Case,:
'in e cse retndraiy hefore a London
court the pi-esidig judge wdis 10ng
,4isth.teldintlit9wis and rlfa~~n. his
dounsel aWelehmap, .thg egen dant a
Vftehmnn. nad~ s ic, ln*ye ai Iriah.
Lanford, March O.Balmy spring I
veather was the early Monday morn
ng greeting to many happy, as iwell
s sad hearts, and here's hoping there
vill be a continuous sunshine for' a
Ow days at least.
Dr. Graves 1. Knight filled his reg
iar appolintment Sunday morning at
lie .Baptist (hucith nd delighted in?
arge congregation with a splendid dis
Messrs. .J. T. and Cecil Burgess, Ed
ar Cooper and Hobson Franks rang
' (i'lartette whlch ldeserves special
lention 111 was much enjoyed by all.
The 'B. Y. 1. U. had a splendid ieet
ng Sunday night and were m1leased to
ave quitc a good many from the
icighboring churcieq present which
vas a great encouragement.
Mrs. J. T. Littlejolin left Monday
norning to visit' relatives in S'partan
urg but will returin here a few days
efore going back to her home in
scranton. All vere pleased to have
irs. I ittlejohi hack on tiis visit aid
eir encouraging talks 'wIll be loig re
Alr. Chariton Patterson accomplanied
lessrs. J. W. .Joln and DeRoy IPat
erson back to Simpsonville Sunday
Lftcirnooi on a brief visit.
Capt. J. \V. Lainford celebrated lis
>irthday on .\larch -ith. A few neair
elatives enjoyed the ocension with
Mr .'Vance .Johnisoni of Simrtanbu iirg
-isited his parelnits Monday.
Prof. Yates Waldrop, of Woodruff,
qPent .the week-end with his, pareits,
6i'. and Mrs. C. L. Waldrel).
Miss Mattie Moore, a student at the
4lurens city schools, spent the week
md with her mother, Mrs. Alice Moore.
Mr. Hill and family, of Enoree, were
,uests of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Burnett,
Mr. W. ID'. Patterson has not been
rery well for the last few weeks.
Mr. Mel Fleming has been very sick,
ut we hope 4s improving some now.
Master J. 'B. Williams has recovered
'rom a case of 'pneumonia and able to
)e back in the schoolroom.
Mr. H. T. Higgins, of Buffalo-Un
on, was the guest of his parents, Mr.
(1Nd Mrs. 1-. T. Higgins, Sunday.
IDDLES OLD FIELD NEWS *
Riddles Old Field, March 0--Every
Jody was glad to see the sunshine
igain, after having kept his face hid
Mr. Wayne 1Hughes is on the sick
list at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bobo and chile
tiren spent Sunday with Mir. and Mrs.
John Todd. '
'Nr.- and Mrs. Carl Garrett visited
Mrs. Garrett's parent, recently.
Mr. John Burns and family spent
By the standard
means that we a
fore. ,We offer
20 'Can8 Baby Size M
10 Cans Tall Milk
6 Cans Pimentoes
Our Line of G
Misses Sallte Mae, Carrie Lou and
orinne Ball, IIa Dee Garrett, Edna
tiddle and Blanche Todd visited Aliss
rene Owens recently.
Misses Edna Riddle and Nannie Ow
ns. sI)ent Thursday night with 'liss
large stock of Dr
icines and other :
only a fTew of the
Co. has made for
$1.25 Box o
1.50 Box o
6 20c Packa
eare pighe Po
special for Friday a
ilk . . $1.00
.* . $1.0
. . $1.00
4 Pounds Cocoa
oceries is &mplete and
Mrs. Fowler Durns.
Miss Edna Riddle's parents In(] lit
tle sister from Laurens visited her
31 iSe~'sula Ah le and Allenie Cin
nlady were the q)pen1(-the-day guellsts
[f .isses .\ary, JaniP and Alice (arI
to mention many
Lggs, Toilet Preparat
sundries, we cal1
various special off(
Dollar Days, Frida
F Candy .0
-Records . .
,ment of Toilet Arti
i of Cigars (any bra
of Swamp Root
Razor and Box of
King's New Discov
.urens Friday ai
d Be Sure to V
er of Your Dol
*nd Carry has set.
ur dollar worth mo
17 Pounds Sugar
3 Pounds White Hous
5 Pounds Peanut Butt'
. 0 $1.00
Our Prices are the.Lov
Mir. Ed Lomas af-ed co0
Sunday with .ir. and Mrs. W. . Mar
Coldn Cause rip and Influenza
,AXATIVE 01:00 QUININE Tablets remove the
ISe. There i ouly ono "Uromo QuInDoO.'
. W. GR"vk. - nhaturo on~ box. 30c.
Dp A YN
items from our
ions, Patent Med
itLention here to
irings Powe Drug
Ly and Saturday.
Dollar Day here
re than ever be
. . .$1.00
e Coffee . $1.00
er . $1.00
rest in Laurens.