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CHILD'S BOWELS WITH
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
Even a sick MhibI loves the "fruity"
taste of "Califorua l'ig Syrup." If the
little toigue' is coated, or if your child is
listies, cross, feverish, full of cold, or ias
colic, give a teaspooinfiul to cleanise the
liver aid howels. lin a few hours you can
see 1or youtself how thoroughly it works
all the consti pation poison, soir bile and
waste out of the iowels, and you have a
wel, playful clhild agailn.
Millions of tnothers keep "California
Fig Syrup" handy. They know a tea
spoonfil today saves a sick child to
morrow. Ask your druggist for genuine
"California Fig Syrup" which has ldirec
tions for babies and children of all ages
printed on bottle. Mother! You nust
say "California" or you may get an imi
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Druggists refuid itoney if PAZo OINTMENT falls
to cure Itchintg, linid, Bleediing or Protruding
Piles. Insitantly relieves Itcling Piles. anud you
can get restful sleep after first Opplicatiou. 60c.
-dissolve I tablezpoonful of
Red Devil Ly.e in a pint of
water, then atd this solution
to the slop or scft feed for 1:)
hogs. Or dissolve % of a can
in a quart of wator, and ad!A
to a barrel ( 4 'lo;. Stir
thioroughly adf-,ed t.) Logs
Alway, <eman ihe genu-:.
"After the birth of my
baby I had a back-set,"
writes Mrs. Mattie Cross
white, of Glade Spring,
Va. "I was very Ill;
thought I was going to
die. I was so weak I
couldn't raise. my head to
get a drink of watcr. I
took . . . medicine, yet I
didn't get any better. I
was constipated and very
weak, getting worse arid
worse. I sent forCardul."
The Woman's Tonic
"I found after one bot
tle of Cardul I was Im
provIng," adds Mrs.
Crosswhite. "Six bot
tles of Cardul and . . . I
was cured, yes, I can say
they were a God-send to
me. I believe I would
have died, had It nlot been
for Cardul." Cardul has
been found beneficial in
many thousands of other
cases of womanly trou
, bles. If you feet the need
of a godd, strengthen
ing 'tonic, why not try
Cardul? It may be just
what you need.
iEDICATll 1E) WITH
Surviving Comrades of The Dead i en.
erall, and V feetresidWent Coo011dge
Witshington, April 27.---The massive
Ironze memorial to Gen. Ulysses S.
Grant, the gift of the nation to the
memory of the great Union soldier and
*resident, ,w-as dedicated in the botame
gardens today with impressive Cere
monies in Which not only the surviv
ig coiriiades of ,the general partict
lIated, but also the vice president of
the t'nited States, Chief .ustice Taft
atnl associate justices of the supreme
court, members of tho senate and
house, General Pershing and other
ihigh ollicers of the army and navy.
The (ieni(ation included a parade
of soldiers. sailors and marines,
midshipmenl from Annapolis and ca
dets from West Point, patriotic socie
ties and veterans in blue and gray.
When hlie Imeiorial was unveiled by
Princess Cantacuzene, grainddatughter
and ,Prj icess Idia Cantacuzene, great
gin iddauIhter of General (Irant,
scores of I)ige(2ans sweeed from captiv
I ty and at tle .base of the great eques
triani statue and a salute of 21 guns
b oiiined forth at Fort Myer across tile
I Potomac while the "doves of weace"
ciricled above the memorial as if loath
to leave the statue of' the man who
brought peace to a stricken nation
nearly t(10 yearms ago.
As two arge American flags were
unfolded from the towering figuric, a
green wreath wit ihe Inscription,
IAt ts Hlave I'ace", stood forth in.
bold relief. It was the prayer of Gen
eral Gran.d delivered in Washington in
1 8t5 wh-)ten he bid .his army farewell.
Secretary Weeks, in an address pre
sentinlg the memorial to the govern
timen t on behalf of tle Granit memorial
comlimissaloin, re-echoed this prayer
when he said at the concliilon of his
"I wish the w'orld today migaht
fer'ently voice that prayer and by
its deeds end all strife 'het ween na
lions and save fu t tre generations
from the horrors of war."
Presiident Harding, unable to be
present by Ieason of his attending tle
Grant services at Point Pleasant, OhIo,
was r'epi'esen ted by Vice President
Coolidge, -who delivered tle priln cipal
add ress and accepted the monument on
"behlialf of the goveI'nmiieit and the
ipeo;de of the tnited States." A beau
tifil Wreath sent by the president was
Placed at tihe base of the memorial
alon g withl others preseited by con
gress, the U'nited Statets supreme court,
Army of lie Tennessee. Army of the
Potomac, Arnmv of the Cumberla nd and
otner patriotic organizations.
Vive President Coolidge paid a
tribite to (;rait's genius as a
leader of mllen ini warm and in peace.
"As U inct'olnl cotlId !pIlt truth inlto
words, so Gra nt coul d put tintl in
to action," lie said. "llaw tiruly he
Stands lit as the groat enpa.ini of a
r'epibl ic. Through and throtgh he
was -eiulne. lIe lepresented powver'."'
A giate(fl iepuli )Ic, time vlce apriesi
dcnt added, ''ha s raised thIiis smnonu
mienit not as a symbiol of w~ar, but' a
syimol of' peaCe.'"
Secrietaryv Weeks declaredl that Geni
('ral Grant I's prayer, ''let us have
I eace,'' st i'red thle dIismenhere'd ui n)1
to a markel~d dlegree and gav~e hopeW
to a gallant pieople who hand fought
antd los! a ('ause.
,Secriet ary iD'nby and Genei'al
,' P rshinig dlivere 'Cd .bi'f' addrllesses in
.bich they extolledh thme genilus of Gen..
Tlhe dedicntoi'y exercises were tpre
cedIed by3 the pa radle which formed in
front of thle White I louse and miarchied
along Penylai avenue over thme
saitme i'oute fol low~ed by- Grant'n comn
iades duiin g thle girand review.
'Leading thle par'ade was Malj. Gten.
(C1cm, whlo firs;t won t'ame as thme
Driummer ltoy' of Chicanmauga.
CASE IS INVOLVED)
Glreenwtuoodl Womman May Hilave Only
Thlree-.Quiartecrs of ai MillIon Instend
Greenwvood, Apr'il 29.-The ten mu
lIon dlollar estate to which Mrs. D~an S.
McCoy, of thIs city, claims she and her
15 year old non, Therry McCoy, of Tul
sa, Oklahoma, aire heir's, may lbe only
three qiuai'ters of a million after all.
Mrlis. McCoy claims that thme money mwas
left her and her son lby John J. Neal,
of Omaha, Noebraska, who she claims
wvas her former husband. In formation
gained by The Index-Journal states
that John J. Neal <left only an estate of
three quartera of a rillion dlollars
and that is liivolved in compillex litiga
tIon in Forsyth county, North CarolIna.
A dispatchi from Winston--Salem, 'N.
C., say, that so far as known, John
Neal waWt never married. '1-T was an
orp~han iboy and olitained a job with,
the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco comp~any,
in time becoming district sales man
ager. Hl-e .went to Nebm'aska ands ac
cumulated a-fortune. He died leaving
a fortune of three quarters of a' mil
lion and a will, 'distributing all of the
money to certain orphanages in North
Carolina, with the exception of about
M2OO666 In busnts to rends,
The state of Nebraska, claimin'g Neal
as a citizen who died -without heirs,
claims that the property should escheat
to the state. Friends of the Universi
ty of North Carolina claim that if the
Will Is invalidated the property will
escheat to the university and main
tain that the universitys' rights should
be protected. Besides other claimants,
Mrs. i)an E. McCoy, of this city, claims
she is Neal's widow aiid is legally en
titled to the property' which she in
sists amounts to ten millions.
Por the past eight months, 'Mrs. 1Mc
Coy, claiming that she feared violence
from other claimants to file property
of her alleged husband if her where
abouts btecame know. She refuses to
discuss tihe alleged inheritance and de
elares she expects the estate to ibe set
tied in time for her to return to 1io
Grande, a small town on the Mlexican
border, by Jiune 1.
Habitual Constipation Cured
In 14 to 2 k Days
"LAX-FOS WITHi PEPSIN" is a specially.
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
Constipation. It relieves promptly but
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce regular action. It Stimulates and
Regulate3 * Very Pleasant to Take. 00c
we have a
is to do a i
A man tel
they tell ti
Never say "Aspirin" withou
WARNING! Unless you se
you are not getting genul
physicians over 21 years -ind
Accept only "Bayer" package wl
Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets-11ot
A81irin la the trade manrk of IDayer Ninat
in this clothing
ke it better for our
now us may sa
omers is all right a
want to make
the best ways to me
ustomers tihan the 01
atch treatment; they
means a constantly
for us to sell on nai
25.OO to $3
its to Orde
few Spring Oxfords
fIew Palm Beach Sqi
i1ew Mohair, Suits'
4Iew gabardine Suiti
Iew Tropical Worst
RS---OZTS Mt" .
A Nice Toy.
Put u p 1 short lie of narrow rope
or strong twIne in a corner of tire
kitchen or nursery. Make it about
three or four feet Iong. Give tie
sma1l1 tots of three or fojr' years of
age a halnadful of clotlesplnrs and soie
old1 pIeces of cloth. 'TheV little girls and
boys, too, will Injoy haniging Up
Clothes "like mother lioes."
SCHOLARSliiP AND IE'NITRANE
The examiitation for the award of
vacant Scholarn#ips in WVilnthro1) Col
lege lld for adllisslon of nret-. stu
dents will be held at tie County Court
House on Friday, ,luy 7, at 9 n. Iml. Ap
pi , lants must not be less than sixteen
years of age-. When Selrolarships are
vacant after July I they will be award
ed to those making tlhe highest average
at this examination, provlded they meet
tie conditions governing the aw4rd.
Aipplicants for Scholarships sho'iid
write to President Johnson before the
examination for Scrolarship examina
Scholarships are worth $100 and free
tuition. The next session will open
eoptember 20, 1922. For further in-:
formationi and catalogue, address Pres.
). It. Johnsoar, lock 11111, S. C.
te whole object:
do all we can to ma
ople who don't I
doing more for cust
-in busiiess for their
e you aren't; we
right to--but one of
ttle more for your c
s his friends about si
ieir frhinds. That
ich makes it possible
riargins. You get th~
e M ak.e Su
t saying "Bayer." %
1 name "Bayer" on tablets,
ne Aspirin prescribed by
proved safe by milions for
go Pain, Pain
clich contains proper directions.
lces of 24 and 100-All druggists.
tre of Mononcellencldester of Salicylicacid
s talk; but
tke a profit
come to us;
WOOD, S. C.