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Rub It In for
Colds in the Chest,
Sore Throat, Grippe and
Inflammation of Any Kind
The pure oils in Mexican Mustang Lini.
ment soothe instantly. penetrate quickly
and reduce swelling of glands. Mustang
is particularly effective in treating Croup.
Iliphtheria, Rheumatism. Lumbago. Frost
bites, Cuts. Burns. Piles-all ailments that
can possibly be reached by an external
remedy. Contains no alcohol-DOES
jNOT SMART OR STING. 73 years'suc
cess. No hiome should be without it.
Doctors Prescribe It - Read This
Dr.'J. C. Compton. Ratliff. Miss., writes:
"I have prescribed your Mexican Mustang
Liniment for Sore Throat, Chilblains, etc.,
and the results were entirely satisfactory.
I think very highly of it."
Soi. 1. rug and ncral Stores
o Tc Crd Old Standby Since 1841**
Take notice that on the 23rod laty Co
blarchi I !122, we will render a hinal ne
count11 of our1 acts and dloings as Execiu
lors 1 the 'stale oft .\ollie . TuckY
deceaitsed, in the ollice of t he .J udge oi
S'lockl. A. .\l., and Gn ter same s:
will aplhy fir a lintl discharge ron
Al)v V Irson3. ind (ebited to craidl est ati
is 1( no!Ca and( rI'cluired to, make loay
men~it on1 ta. chate; atntI al lteson;
hain)' claims againist. said estate wit
presonit them on o efore said dat
ll. a cte o1. be iore ver ba fnrred.
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ACHES AND PAINS
SLOAN'S GETS 'EM!
V~ f D the misery of racking pain.
A lave a bottle of Sloan's Lini
ment handy and apply when
yu first feel the ache or pai.
It quickly eases the pain and sends
a feeling of warmth through the
aching part. Sloan's Liniment penetrates
,Fine, too, for rheumatism, neuralgia,
sciatica, sprams and strain;. stiff joints,
lame back and sore muscles.
For forty years pain's enemy. Ask
Atal du ggst-.3 70c, $140.
LIClear Your Complexion of pimples.,
ncno and other facial disfgurement.
NIUse freely Dr. Hobson's Eczema Oint -
ment. Good for eczema, Itching akin.,
Jand other akin troubles. On of Dr.
Fohsfor yepan's Fmy eeie . As
A T OINI C
Girove's Tasteless chill Tonic restorej
Energy and Vitality by Purifying andc
Enriching the Blood. When you feel its
strengthening, invigorating effedt, see hOwi
it brings color to the cheeks and how~
it improves the appetite, you will ther1
appreciate its true tonie value.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply
Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. Sc
pleasant even children like it. The blood
needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to
Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and
-Grip germs by its Strengthening, Invigor
ating Effect. G0c.
but Next Dose
I~t is Mercury, Quicksilver,
Shocks Liver and Attacks
Calomel salivation is horrible.' It
swells the tongue, loosens the teeth andl
starts rheumatism. There's no reason
why a person should take sickening, siali
vatiflg ealomnel wvhen it few cents buys a
larg bottle of D~odson's rLiver Tone-a
percet suibstituite for calomeol, It is a
plea~ant vegetable lqutild which will
start your liver just as surely as
calonigel, but it doesn't make you 'sick
andl an not salivate.
Comrel is a dangerous drug, besidos
Itr6 make you feel weak, sick andi
nausilted tomorrow. Don't lose. a (lay's
work/ Take a spoonful of Dodson's
LivedTonen instead and you will wake up
feoct '~ggreat. No salts necessary. Your
dIrugg ut says if you don't find Dodson's
Lv Tneacts bettor than treacherous
al lyour money ts waiting for you.
KEEPING A WATOH
New York Stock Exchange has De.
tectives to Keep Eye on Shady Deal.
New York. LMarch 1.-The precau
tions that the governors of the New
York Stock Exchange are taking to
keep their own house clean were re
vealed today by an Exchange mem
ber, who declare( that it was practi
cally im'possible for a crooked dealer
to remain in business there without
In ithe first place, the hazards are
too great," this member explained.
"An Exchange seat sells for about
$90,000, and no one but the biggest
kind of gambler would jeopardize that
seat by shady transactions.
"In the second place, the governors
maintain a s(tiuad of investigators, who
keep their eyes on any mai whose
transactions may become s1picious.
T'iese (ietectives-for that is what they
are-.vatch that man's trading on the
floor, keep an ear open at the tele
phones that he uses and maintain a
general surveillance over everything
tlit he does within the Oxchange
"Onev firm, nIow unlder suispenisionl,
was 'watclled for several wveeks re
(eitly Iuntil it was discovered that
its transactions were rumssing beyond
It is the iien anld wvollel of very
small means in New York City and
a n umher of other enitres who
have contribulted the $25.000.000 that
it, is estiliated has beoln lost throtugh
the bIeketsiops of Wall Street :.vith
inl tile past tv.o lloliths.
The l cket shop permiits its custolm
ers to traIe inl si all lots on as low vs
a omie point margin. As long as it
ina rket is fairly 11i11, with fihietiatioTi\
!of only a point or so a (lay either way,
tIhe bucket shop can remain in blsi
SS- -aMd i lece its customers.
Iut wheni the market be(gins to rise,
it was stated, then tile blitkesihp fails
witLi a siash that carries everythiig
with it. It is an L'stablislhedt fact that
111) legitimate broker who actuially
pirchases orders consigned to h1im1
Ican go b1roke. It is the 11uman who
bucitkets tle ord ers of his elustomiers
w ho i., nmiht .vhien the market rises.
SiAnd the market has been gradually
istig within1 the past eight weeks.
Th'Iiat mainly aceoutnts for the gigantic
failures in Wall Street bucketshops
in that thi(. the expert declared.
* * * * * * * * * * * *
(Uy Wm. 1. S,)
*~ *~ *' * * * * * '* * *' * * *
1ast iliglit I woke up with my mind
carrying me back to .it. Bethel camp
meetings, reelling the many line ser
mons and the grand singing we had
thlere. Th'le hunldreds of youlng people
who were ever on the iove. the cook
ing that was lit for King Georige---sulch
eatalls as nily our l01( black mamtima
cottld get ip. No such cooks il tlese
latter day. When the leroad .\louth
C reek girls enmiie over, what a dgi
('10us ti me we had promenadlinl
around with them11 to the differentl
tents to see friendts, escorting thieim to
the arbor. Aft er early supper all thec
young folka had to go dlowni to the big~
spin g to dIrimik the ii mieral waterc. At
niighlt preachinmg miost (eery bioy wouild
carry out hiis girl andi set uip to lier as
close as a kit ten to a hot brick. What
godt times we had. Later I hadl to
fill miy lpromlisedl visit over' the ('reck.
I ?;addilled 01(1 Yaller .John andi rode
over. After a time. primpinig' pow
derling and1( fixing uip, imiy :irl came
out andi inivitedi mle to go out On thet
iazza to enljoy the cool breez.es. We
talked over thle rare old camp meet.
ing times; all the time sihe was mak
ing her knitting needles click in thec
hair of hose she wa~s working on. Slie
had a way of rolling tl* top of thec
hose (downi into a r'oundl ball. lier
mother camrie ot andl insisted on her
showing mnc her wvork. The flne hionic
sunil thireadt, bleachied perfectly
white and the artistin shape of the
hose. She then seated herself at the
other' endi of the piazza. Soon I heard
her storm out: "Oet out you Iittle
kinky-headed niggers. Do you think
Mr. 3leltoni came over here to look
at niggers? No, just to see your
What a fool a man can make hm
self about a girl! And todlay, our boys
are no beCtter.
For Men Only
Columbus, Ohio, March 1.-Mrs. J.
0. Love dhemandedi admission to a
doutble electrocution here and showed
ctredentials. "Can't be done," War
detn Thomas said, "Meni only."
Crime Keeps Him Busy
New York, -March 1.-District At
torney 'Rustok of Brooklyn, is ao busy
"sitanmping out the pre'valent crime"
he has decided to cancel all speaking
and othier social engagements.
A fact Is tin excellent thig and'
you muis- have facts to write about;
but1 you shoul realizeo that even a
fact betfoire it 15i'(ready for priesentantion
must be cult and( p)olished( like a dia
IN WAKE OF WARJ0
League Estimates Number at Twenty
Thousand. Some Reasons Given. b
New York,. March 5.-Reaction fol
lolwing the war was blamed tonight
by the Save-a-41ifo Toaghte for the
large number of suicides In 1921, 20,
000 of nwhich were estimated to have 'I
taken place in this country. The num- a
ber of cases .brought to the league's
attention was 12,144, of which 8,140 1
wer'e males and 3,734 females. 0
"This waste of life, the result of g
recent disturbed economic conditions g
and the a'termath of war," says a ro- y
port by Harry WM. Warren, president hi
of the league, "has caused commercial 1
failures, loss of enployment and much e
real suffering. The growing complex- e
ity of our modern life, the feverish un- y
rest, crimes, divorces, questionable
dress, unhappy home relations, the t
Dollar Day Sp
12 Yds. Thompson
10 Yds. Dress Gin
12 Yds. Apron Gi
1 5 Yds. Kimona (
* Novelty Nains<
3'Yds. for $1
Good Quality, Yard
*8 Yds. for $1
We . are listii
not see the ii
eline of religious sent'iment, an
ther things -have caused derange<
terves, depresslori and less self-con.
rol. With improved business, whici
5 sure to come, the suicide rate wil
e reduced and -prosperity and happl.
oss will return."
One of the otriking features of th<
eport Is the Increase in the uumbei
f suicides of children which was 471
1 1919; 707 in 1920 and 858'in 1921
'here also twere 509 war veterant
mong the suicides lapt year.
All classes of society were Includet
A tholitst of those who took then
wn lives. There were ten editors, 4(
tUdOnts, 51 school teachers, 21 cler
ymen, I9 brokers, 7 judges and law
ers, 86 physlcians, seven mayors, 8f
eads of large corporations, 76 million
ire. 30 wealthy women and 93 -bank
rs, including 37 bank presidents. Th(
Idest suicide was 100 years and thE
oungest five years.
All sorts of reasons are given b
tie victims. One ian hanged hinisel
scials , LA
ok 10 Pairs
,00 _ _ _ _
.00 ;. Include
rig only a ~few
tems you ai'e :
United States of- America,
District of South Carolina.
IN TID0 DISR'IICT ICOURT'
In the matter of P. A. Mitchell, 'Bank
Notice is hereby given that the above
named person has been duly adjudged
bankrupt, and the first meeting-of the
creditors of said bankrupt will be held
lVtho office of the undersigned in the
city of Greenville, S. C., on, the 13th
day of March A. D., 1922,. at eleven
o'clock in the forenoon, at which time
and place the creditors may appear,
examine the bankrupt, prove -theil,
claims and transact such other busi
ness as may properly come- before said
34-it-A 'Referee in, 13ank'uiptcy..
Habitual ConstipatIne Curedi
in 14 to 21 lDays
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPIN"' is a specially
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxativo for Habitual.
Constipation. It relieves promptly but.
should be tahen regularer for 14 to.21'days.
to induce regular action. It Stimulates and.
Regulate3 e Very Pleasant to Take, 60c
10 & 11
.r Day Specials
) and $2.00 Values
$1.00 Ties for
'0 Values $1.00
Elastic Seam Draw
ries 30, 32, 34) $1.00
'es 30, 32, 34) $1.00
ggan Shirts $1.00
tic Shirts . $1.00
Cotton Socks $1.002
25c Socks $1.00
!5e Silk Socks $1.00
If you do
11i for them.
I because his wife was "too good" for
him; another .because his wife wus
spending all his money; another be
cause he could not stand the noise of
a neighbor's piano and another be
cause his wife refused to kiss him.
One spinster -took poison, leaving a
- note that "no man in the world is good
enough for me." And a mother took
her life because her son would not
marry to please her. One man left a
note stating "beware of grass wid
ows," and angther killed himself for
"the good of tlhe I. W. W."
-In New York city there were 840
suicides last year, anl increase of 103
Ireland has rower suicides than any
other country on earth, Mr. Warroh
declared in his comment on world
conditions. Germany leads the iworld,
especially in child suicide. Japan has
many thousanids of suicides annually
and China is said to have a half mil
lion every year.
kR D A
0 MP A
r $1.00 $.
DREN'S 3 Pairs
D HOSE era (si
for $1.00 era (.i:
4ILLINERY 12 Pair
ci in Sale. 2 Pairs
of the specials,
interested in, ce