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Take Aspirin only as told in each
package of genuine Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin. Then you will be following
the directions and dosage oworked out
by physicians during 21 years, and
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chances with substitutes. If you see
the Bayer Cross on tablets, you can
take them without fear for Colds,
Headache, Neuralgia, Rheuumatism,
Earache Toothache, Lumbago and for
Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve tab
lets cost few cents. Druggists also
'sell larger packages. Aspirin Is the
trade mark of Bayer Manufacture ol
Monoaceticacidester of Salicylicacid.
habitual Constipation Cured
In 14 to 21 Days
*LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially
prepered Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
Constipation. It relieves promptly but
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce regguiar action. It Stimulates and
R Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
Calomel is a
Next Dose may Salivate You,
Loosen Teeth or Start
Calomel is mercury; quicksilver. It
crashes into sour bile like dynamite,
cramping and sickening you. Caloiel
attacks the bones and should never be
puL into your system.
If you feel bilious, headachy, consti
pated and all knocked out, just go to
your druggist and get a bottle of Dod
son's Liver Tone for a few cents which
in a harmless vegetable substitute for
dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful anti
if it doesn't start your liver and
straighten you upI) better and quicker
than iasty calomel and without making
you sick, you just go back and get your
Don't take calomel! It makes you
sick the next day; it loses you a day's
work. Dods.on's Liver Tone straightens
you right up and you feel great. No
&alts necessary. Give it to the children
beause it is perfectly harmless and can
"Black-Draught is, in
my opinion, the best liver
medicine on the market," 1
states Mrs. R. H-. White
side, of Keota.Okla. She
- continues: "f had a pain
in my chest after eating
I tght, uncomfortable feel
ig-and this was very
disagreeable and brought
on headache. I was con- ~
stiatd ndknew it was 7
mdieston ndinactive U
* lver. I began the use of
Black-Draught, night and 'a.
morning, and it sure is ''
splendid and certainly.
. or over seventy years
this purely vegetable
preparation has been
found beneficial by thou..
sands of persons suffer
ing from effects of a tor
pid, or slow-acting liver.
* Indigestion, biliousness,
colic, coated tongue, diz..
alness, constipation, bit
ter taste,, sleeplessness,
lack of energy, pain In
bace,.pitffihess under the
eyes-anye or alt of these
symptoms: often indicate
that there- is something
the mnatter with your
Uiver. You can't be too
ME careMt about the medi
sine you talte. Be silre
that the 'namne, "Thed
*ford's Black-Draught," is
on the- package. At all
S e : e *e g, e e e *
MEMORIAL DAY *
By 0.G.T. *
S * S * * ** * S S S So e
Memorial IDay had its inception in
sentiments of love for the Confeder
ite soldier, and loyalty for the cause
for which he fought. The Idea of set
ting apart a day to honor the Confen
Lrate soldier and to cherish the mem
)ry of the Confederate cause, had its
[rigin In the heart of a Southern wo
man, or rather the suggestion of a
On a March (lay, in 1866, some la
[lies were dressing the graves of Con
rederate soldiers at the cemetery in
the city of Columbus, Gorgia. While
it this plous work they noticed a lit
Lie girl gathering wild Il'wers and
placing then on the graves of the Con
Memorial Day had Its origin In the
impulse that gave birth to Confederate
ause, innocent devotion to the South
From the incident In the Columbus
:emetery, under the leadership of
\lary Ann 1loward Williams, came
Iemorial Day in the South.
April 26th was fixed as Memorial
Day for Georgia, and later adopted by
several states. Why the 26th of April,
which is the anniversary of the sur
r(nlder of Josepil 'E. Johnston, was
-hosen we do not know. There is no
uniformity In the South as to the day
to be observed. Among the states that
selected the 10th of May is South Caro
lina. It seems fitting that it should
b)e ol each recurring anniversary of
the fall of the great Jackson, which
oecurred oil the 10th of 'May, 1863.
The South set tho pace for the North
in setting apart one day in the year to
pIy tribute to their soldier (lead. In
the North the 30ti of May was fixed
as Decoration Day. It appears that
this day was selected because it wis
tile day on which tile last U'nion Vol
unteers were discharged. Memorial
l)ay is a legal holiday Ill tle South. At
the North May 30th Is observed every
where. Work is suspended at all
camZIllps, military posts, government
works and post offices.
I.NFORD NEWS *
Ianford, May 15.-Our entire com
imuity was saddened last Saturday
morning when the news reached us of
tie sudden death of our much beloved
friend and former schol teacher, Mrs.
M. W. W. Fowler. It canc as a great
shock to us all as only a week ago
she was visiting her daughter here.
Sie was taken suddenly ill Friday and
on Saturday morning she quietly pass
led away, suffering a stroke of apipo
plexy. Mrs. Fowler was 67 years old.
Sie graduated with ionors in 1S76 at
tile Due West Woman's college, and
was married to Mr. S. J. Bryson, of
Ora, inl 11i. She was principal of
-John de La Howe school for orphans,
near Wellington in Abbeville county at
the time of her marriage. One daugh
ter blessed tis union, Mrs. T. A.
'I irumond. After Mr. Blryson's dleathl
she wvas married to -Mr. J. A. Fowler
in 1896i. She is sulrvived by two d1augh1
ter's Mr's. Tf. A. D~rummond and Miss
Carrye Fow ler, six grandcilidren, twvo
Misters. Mrs. D). .W. D~owtin, of Troy,
and Mrs. J. 'C. Caldwel, of Caviners,
She was remarkably successfuli as
a school1 teachler. She was prinicipial
of tile school hlere nulmbers of years
ago and( again taug'ht hlere in 1919 and
has many friends her'e whlo sincerely
sympathize withl tile bereavedl family,
and feel tile loss very keenly thlem
selves. She was a consistent member
of tile A. R. P. church at Ora, whlere
the funeral services were conlductedh
Sunday morning 1by her1 pastor', Rev. I.
N. Kennedy inl tile prlesence of a ilrge
sorrowing congregation. .Her I ody3
was tendlerly 1laid to rest In tile Old
Fieids cemetery .by tile sidle of her first
hulsb~and, under' a mound of beaultiful
flowers, tokens of love and frilendshli'p
of v'hlich shle wvas always so fond.
A large crowvd from her'e attendled the
Mi's. W. D. Doutin and :Mrs. Willie
Burnfside, of Troy, were i for the
funeral and will visit 'Mr's. T. A. 'Drum
nmond ,before r'eturning to thleir home.
'Mr. . D. Johnson spent the week
end with hlis son, Mr. .B. WV. Johnson,
Mr. C. .L. Waldrep has a severe case
of grippe. :We hope 'he will soon re
'Mr. Henry Harlan's house caught oiu
fire Monday morning and it .was with
much effort they succeeded in extin
guIshing the flames 'before they made
very much -headway.
'Messrs. J. W. Johnson and C. C. Cox
are at home for a few days after fin
ishing up a contract in afarlon, N. C.,
Wilth the Clinchfleld Mills.
Mr's. Birch Holmes and children,
of Greenville, are spending a few day's
with r'elatives .here.
The quarterly meeting of the 'V. a.
U1. will convene with' the Baptist
church here Saturday, andSunday. We
trust each1 church in ,the divIslion will
send a large delegation froin all ,or
We, the W. M. U., of Lucas Avenue
Baptist church, have had our heartv
miade sad on acdaunt of our pastor
Rev. 1-. C. Martin and his dear wifc
leaving us to go to Easley, to take ul:
work there. We have learned to lovc
Lhem and with regret hate to givc
them up, .but may the .Lord's richesl
l5eshings be with them and may they
lo a good work there, Is our prayer.
To all who read this: pray for out
.hurch; that God will send us anothei
,ood pastor to take up the good wor
that Brother Martin and his dear :wifi
-MRS. GEORGE STiVARD
MRS. JACK COTIRAN.
Watts Mills, May 15, 1922.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
rake LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablets.) I
stops tho Cough and lieadache and works off tht
Cold. E. W. GROVES signature on each box. 3L
or where yoi
you had bet
Hive slot w!
pecting to sa
them. I un<
when it com
-Children's Sandals ....75
Tennis Slippers for men a
Children's White Canvas
$1.15 and .... .... ....
Children's White 'Canvas
Puimps .... .... ....$:
Ladies' White Ca.nv'as Ox
$1.75 and ......... ..
La1d ies' allI leatheri *Oxfo
Ladies' Patent. Leather, o
Ladlies' Black Oxfords $:
$2.45, $2.95,.. .. .. ..
Ladie.s' T1an Oxfords $2.71
len's AlIl-12eather *Work
$1.89 anid ... ...... .
Me~In's U1. S. A rmy Shoes $
SlIen 's TPan, All-Leather 0:
anid......... .... ..
\I1en's Black Oxfords . .$
Men 's Dress Shoes ..$2.91
Glen's Half Hose Sc, 10c,
?Men's Silk Half Hose ...
'Merceriz~ed Half hose .
Good quality Half .Hose.
Ladies' Hose ....5c, 100
Ladies' Lisle Hose, good (]
at baek, for .... ....1
[Ladies' 'Silk Hose . .. .89c
Ladies' Hose, 10e and 15.
Ohildren's Socks, pink ani
Children's Hose, white,
Children's G1iorcerized So
topf.... .... .... ..
The Right Sequence.
"A topline quotation in a contempo
rary runs: TeIl me my faults and
mend your own.' Iefora starting any
other mending, neighbor, suppose we
first miend the motto so as to got the
proper sequence. Isn't . this better:
'Mend your own faults and then tell
me mine.' "-oston Transcript.
SCHOLARSHIP AND E(ITRANCE
The examination for the award of
vacant'Scholarships In Winthrop Col
lege and for admission of now. stu
dents will be held at the County Court
House on Friday, Juy 7, at 9 a. mi. Ap
plicants must not be less than sixteen
years of age. When Scholarships are
vacant after July 1 they will be award
ed to those making the highest average
at this examination, provided they meet
the conditions governing the award.
Alpplicants for Scholarships should
write to President Johnson before the
examination for Scholarshiip examina
Scholarships are worth $100 and free
tuition. The next session will open
Septemiber 20, 1922. For further In
i formation and catalogue, address Pres.
r. . Johon, Rock Hill, S. C.
ody has an orchard it
i spend it. Until thi
ter drop your nickel
iere you are sure to
Pple who are economi
ve on their purchase
lerbuy in quantities N
es to giving more for
o, 85c and 95c (1iO'I
nd women 85c 3Men's Blue Serge
and .... .... ..
Slippers t\1ns Pants 98c, $:
one-strap ,Boys Serge Pants
L.15 and $1.25
~ord, $..5, .\Ieni's Summner Sui
.. .... $1.95 iAleni's Palm Hfea,
r..$1.89 Men 's Suits, suital
nie-strapOl $2.95 rounid.... ....
L.89, $2.25, Boys' Suits $2.95,
.... ..$395 and .... .... ..
~, $.95 $395 Hovs' Suits, extra
a,$.5 39 nd ..,......'.
Shoes $1.75, Boys' Odd Coats .
2.95 and $3.45 Oeal
.. ....$3.95 ioys' Overalls..
3.45 and $4.95 F'LOW ERY, FIll
5, $3.95, $4.95 FAUL.
15c, 20c, 25c Voiles, 40 inches w
looms of New I
.45c andl 60c ym'd .........
.. .... ..15c Checked and Flov
... .... ..5c and .... .....
,i15 and 25c Organdies, good qi
uality, seam ' Black Messaline, g
c, 25o and1( 39c inchc34 wide, per
,O65, 75c, 98c Ta~e a,3 inches y'
a kind .. ..5Sc Ta fleta, good quali
navy blue, mi<
d blue 12 1-2o white .... ....
>ink, blue. .'8c Taffeta, be'tter qual
eks, colored Messaline, all colc
.. .... ..23o and .... .... ..
W. G WILSOl!
I am Prepared
Service on Y
I bought the Vincen
Chevrolet parts and
uine parts from the
car if you want proir
W. Laurens St.
will not make an]
it happy time ai
Is, dimes and do]
get better and
cally inclined con
and I am not goi1
which places us in
Pants $2.45, $3.95 and
............ $5.95 Sea Is
1..35, $1.65 and $1.95
... 39c, 49c, 63c, 75c
.... 95c, $1.25, $1.45
s ....0..., ..$2.95 Counte
-suits $7.95 and $8.95
le fo allyear Krinkl
p12.95, $14.95, $18.95 Count<
$3.95, $4.95, $5.45 - a t..
. .... .. .. . ..$6.45 Sheet'
large size $6.45. ... Sheets,
.. .. . .. $7.95 at .
...$1.75 and $1.95 'Crepe
.75c, 95c and 98o "go
. .... .... ....69c is'
iREiD, FADELJESS, Boys
N'IESS. ~ Men's
de, fresh from the Mreni's
nigland mills, per~ $1.61
. .15 and~ 25c ,os
ereid Batiste 29c,,
....... .... ..39o Boys
ality, all color.i 25o Men's
~otd qiulity, 36
yad (.........98o Ladies
de, per yard . ...98o Ladies
y, 36 inches wide, Isadies
inightL blue and Lde
.... .... ....$1.19 Ladies
ity, yard wide $1.45 La'dies
rs $1.19, $1.25, Ladies
.. .... ......$1.45 Ladies
I to to Give Prompt
:ur Chevrolet Car.
t Motor Car Co.'s stock of
have filled in with gen
factory. Bring me ypur
Jas. H. Thomason, Prop.
r difference how
lars in the Bee
ie to Collins ex
rig to disappoint
a front position
ne, good quality, white cream
black, 36 inches wide .... ..98c
land, good quality, 40 inches
.... .... .... .... .... .. 9C
g, 38 inehes wide .... .... 8o
Woven Bed Spreads, 45x60 . .75c
rpanes, 72x00 .... .... ..98c
rd Counterpanes, 72x90 . .$1.59
ed Counterpanes, 81x00 . .$1.95
'rpanes, extra quality, 81 x00,
.. .. .. .. .. ..$1.95, $2.45, $3.45
large size .. ...... .... ..950o
81 x00, seamless, good quality,
......... .... .... .... ....$1.10
:Ie-Chine, 36 inces wide, extra
quality, all colors .. .. ..$1.39
toe, $1.50 qjuality, 36 inches
,all colors .... .........98e
Caps . . .. 10c, 15c, 20c and 49c
iind 'olen',s Caps, good quality 95c
Panama Ifats $1.95, $2.25, $3.95
'Straw H~ata 69o, 98o, $1.50,
5, and .... ......... .....$1.75
Cloth Hats, all colors ..... ..49o
Straw 'Hats .... .... .....68c
Felt H ats 75o, 98c, $1.45, $1.75,
......... ......... .....$1.95
l'ongoc WVaista 98o, $1.95, $2.95
'oile Wfiists ..980 and $1.95
' Silk Waists..... .... ..$1.25
Georgette Waists..... ..$1.98
' White Plaid Skirts, 75c and 98o
'White Satinette Skirts . .$1.85
' White Gabardine 'Skirts . .$1.65
All-Wool Serge Skirts ..$29