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llagan s! Magnolia Balm in
stantlycools and soothesdry,
burning ein. A Prerentatireas
well as a remedy. Removes
skin blemishes. Makes skin
and complexion clear, velvety,
beautiful. Imparts delicate,
lastin 'ra ance to the
son, on' t rub off. m
pssible to detect.
LIQUID Face and
1 l1511aPnk, and
Rose-Red for lips AI#ou
clheks. Sold by all A t
dealers, or direct 4.:
from us, 75 cents,
LYON MFG. CO.
- BROOKLYN, N. Y.
MOTHER, QUICK! GIVE
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
FOR CHILD'S BOWELS
Even a sick child loves the) "fruity"
taste of "California Fig Syrup." If the
little tongue is coated, or if your child
is listless, cross, feverish, full of cold, or
has colie, a teaspoonful will never fail
to open the bowels. In a few hours
you can see for yourself how thoroughly
it works all the constipation poison, sour
'bile and waste from the tender, little
bowels and gives you a well, playful
Millions of mothers keep "California
Fig Syrup" handy. They know a tea
spoonful today saves a sick child to
-morrow. Ask your druggist for genuin
"California Fig Syrup" which liad IrCe.
tions for babies and childrene,, 'll ages
printed on bottle. Mo:l Y a gst
say "California" orRfu may get an imi
tation fig yru .
Noteo of Sale In Bankruptcy
O Pursuant to order of Hon. E. M.
Blythe, Refereo in Bankruiptcy in the
matter of Rasor & Co., Bankrupts, I
will sell at public auction to the high
est bidder for cash, at Cross Hill, Lau
rens County, S. C., at the store occu
pied by the said Rasor & Co., on the
.25th day of May, 1922, commencing at
the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon,
the morchandise, furniture and fixtures
and accounts, mortgages, bills receiv
able and other evidences of indebten
ness of the said ;Rasor & Co. The ier
chandise will be sold in lots, and then
as a whole. The following Is the in
ventory value of the store;
'Shoes, $1,603.35; dry goods, $722.56;
iotions, $820.05; hats and caps, $107.76;
jewelry and Victrola and Jewelry show
-case $169.12; groceries, $8.14.55; haru
ware, $62.15; total amount, $4,299.54.
The Trustee reserves the right to re
ject .bids, bids accepted will be subject
to confirmation by the Referee or
court. The successful bidder will be
required to pay to the Trustee 10 per
cent of -the amount of his -bid, to be re
turned in the event the sale is not con
firmed, and to -be applied to the ipur
chase price in the event the sale is
'confirmed, and to be forfeited in the
event the purchaser- fails to comly
with his bid. On failur-e of the isur
chaser to comply with his bid the pro
Isertv will be rec-sold at his risk.
J. HI. NANCE,
State of South Carolina,
Counity of Lnulrens.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLRAS
HI-ome Building an'd Loan Associatlon
C. WV. and Clury 0. MartIn, et al, De
Pursuant to a decree of the CourtI
In tlie above stated case, I will sell at
publIc eutcr'y to the hIghest .bidder-, at
Laur'ens C. fH., S. C., on Salesday in
June next, being Monday the 5th day
of the month, during the legal hoursi
for such sales, the following descr'ib
ed proper-ty, to wit:
All that lot, mpiece and p~arcel of land
situate, lying and being in the City oi
Lauriiens, County and State aforeasid,
-on the west side of Chestnut street, be
ing knowvn as the home place of Mrs.
'Clary 0. IMar-tin, former-ly the home
place <of T. B. and Mr's. T. B. Cr'ews,
and bounded on the nor-th by Academy
:street, on the 'east by Chestnut street,
en the soubh by -lot now or formerly
belonging to Mrs. T. B. Crews and on
tle West *by lands of N. B3. -Dial and
( nds of J. P. Caldwell and con tamning
eigity-two one-hundredths (82-100) of
:ah"hcre' more or less, and being the
'identieal lot conveyed to Mr's. Clur-y
4.' thi by -3. Ciardy Bolt by deed
il 8hof Oitojber, 1910, recorded in
deI ~book 43 page 184; office of the
.iQk' of Court .for saifi counity .and
Aliy~ person desirIng to bid on said
-%t er'ty, shall 'be r'equir-ed to miake a
49psit of pot less than one thugzdred
.4 mkrs witll the Clerk at- the 't'fi and
Wf5'e said4Droper'ty is 'bid oft- as evi
Oet~e of $hojI faith in bidding, This
4$enot' tefer jo tllies Plaintiff or the
datAi~e nxd Granu Co.
- Trms '6t- B ale: -Onfe-l Ifcashl, 'bal
~nd to .be paid twelve monthis from
,tendt s~a~eg the ycredit 'portion to 'be
seieod ly -pond anid mpr-tgage of 'the
Imu'ch er pyeg the said premises, bear
J ~eAk'intereat'- f~ronm date,. with
-av 'to, pu~rchaser to Spafills/-entire
3M id cash. - Ptitchaser to pay for p
r)T ~id ombd - If the terrad of sale
ar'i i *plied aith/. the lapd to be
IA~4IO4 t* ame 9r bifne subsequent
WHALE TOWS TWO
MEN OUT TO SEA
They Harpoon the Monster But
He Refuses to Play the Game
as They Figured.
SLAPS CAPTAIN OUT OF BOAT
Va'iant Southampton Veterans Have
Exciting Time .When They Go to
-Assistance of Brothees Who
Had Caught Whale.
Southamnton.-l"or the second time
In two weeks fisherimen to<* to their
ho:ats and went out after a whale.
They had h11im1 hooked, tob aand If
tle durn1- thing hadn't up with its tall
and knocked Cap'n Silas Edwirds out
of the boat Just its he,was about to
spear it, there iight even now be a
dead whale on the beach.
The whale was sighted by Captain
Frank Ii. White, the sea-bitten old
uinrlner ,who tends the life saving sta
tion here. When he first saw the
whale it was about two miles ofT shore
and moving out to sea with the Cooper
brothers from Water Mill.
As a matter of fact the Cooper
brothers had caught the whale. The
only trouble waIs that, having caught
it, they d(idn't know what to do with
It was some time earlier in the day
that the Cooper brothers had seen the
whale and started out in their little
motor boat to captuee it. They had
with thei a Inace bomb gun, an In
strunent highly recommended for
whale hunting. This gun is sunPo
to save wear and tear p. o I 1anmal
by exploding a /igc lnside it and
thereupo .aidering it more or less
huors g Iott
Starts for Somewhere.
So the Cooper brothers went after
the whale and had the good fortune
to be In excellent firing position a0 a
moment when it saw lit to come to
the surface to blow the water out of
"Thar she blows I" yelled the Cooper
brothers, who had takeni a correspond
ence course In Iwhale hunting, and
hang ! off went the lance bomb gun.
The lance struck the whale squarely
In the tonneau and the fishermen
waited expectantly for the dull ex
plosion which would indicate to them
that their quarry was about to roll
over and ask to be taken home.
No such explosion happened. The
fishermnen waited and waited. All In a
wink the whale started for somewhere.
And the Cooper brothers, having
lodged their harpoon, securely in the
whale, found themselves accompany
They tried reversing the engine in
the hope that by so doing they might
convey to the whale their lack ~of in
terest in any extensive sea voyage.
The motion was entirely lost on their
captive, who kept right ou.
The Cooper brothers then tried to
Increase the speed of the boat so that
they might overtke the whale and ex
plain the situation, which, in a word.
The line connecting the boat wilth
the whale was taut, and the fishermen
could not free themselves. As fast as
their boat wvent the whaile wvent faster.
There was nothing to do but admire
the scenery as it passed them.
Captains to the Rescue.
'They had gone about a mile and a
half, and weore still going, when Cap
taihn Wite saw What was up and
lplped all hIs trusty whale .hunters to
their posts. In response to the calla
enme Captain Silas .Edwvards, E~d
White, Frank Burnett, William Rennet
.and Erastus Howiaand.
They launched a boat and headed
for the whale and Its regretful cap
tors. By thme time they reached the
scene the wvhale had Its mind on some
thIng other than additional whale hun
ters, so they were able to get up close
to It. They even cIrcled ground once,
looking for a soft spot for the lance
they intended to toss into it.
Then steadying himself In the bow
of the haoat, Cap'n Edwardls rose to the
best of hIs sixty-five years of abilIty
and stood posed with 'a long lance in
his hand readly to end everything.
Just at this moment, however, the
whale came out of its reverie atid
smacked the bow of the boat' a gentle
tap with Its tail. Cap'n Edwards be
Ing In the bow of the boat he was
next seen strugglIng in the wvater andl
yellIng for somne one tq take him out.
The Cooper brothers made use of
the momentary respite to loosen their
harpoon line. And the whale went on
its way. The whalers then devoted
their attentIon to resculng Cap'n Ed
*wards, andl to expressIng in broad
terms their dlesire for vengeance.
CHECK DOGS; IGNORE BABES
Bierlin Theaters'-Provide Accommoda.
tl'ong for Patrons' Pets But Not
* Jerlin.-Pet dogs have become so
paoputlar aspong the feminine popula.
*.ftin 6f Berlin ~hat theater manuagers
have beqn comnpelled to lnstall rooms
whei'e the dogs many be cheeked. Somie
paitrons comulIai~n thAt none of the the
ters has made -similar provision for
checkiug babIes, aryd think ta i pn
*Dudritthe interlnlssions tiha woi)ey
~rep'air to 'the ."dog rogm' apd fetf h
anlia withits of sathywtes whfh
:htb bteoni the ettstomi for-t e
tag ( eat beoteni the ts.#
One new film star who Is rapidly
oming to the fore Is Katherine Spen.
ser. Miss Spencer is a Now York
lirl. Her father, Alvin W. Spencer,
lorm~rly of Cincinnati, 0., at one tim'i
was United States consul to the West
ndies. Katherine enjoys the distinc
on also of being the niece o,' John
Irbinson, the. circus man.
ASA week I tehan my boss I wata
vacash. And da, boss tella me he
wts gonna ta sama ting.'' So
we decida for sava dan expense we go
amna time. You know I tella you one
time bouta stronga pipe wot da boom
-eS gottat? Well, hie taka dat- pipe on
da vacash, too.
We go een da fleever to d ocea
Cor do vacash. I dunno for sre, but
or way dat pipe sinella now I tnk
et hava letle ones on da road somae
nace. Dat pipe ees so stronga noe
he breaka da prohibish law.
I try fiva, spexa time losa dat pipe
on dao road, but no can do. I tron
>Utide one time and den I maka dat
fleever go so fasta lie can, Preety
queeck da air was begin getta fresh
mn was no moocha smelL. But whia
we reacha tree four mile down do
road and was 'no moocha smell of:0y
eetle bit da boss know bees pipe was
one. So he maka we go back and
geeva look. I not gotta moocha trou
swe for locate-fusa follow da smell
imd when almosta knocka me down
at was da pipe.
ien re ea da seaowebgohveaw.
Iote frinva, bosa tighta heas pip.
on da rodu ano everybd. go ou
olika~ Agtoa so at elca heetee
antwas nomoda pipel got dwheud
>c eac haeree foen le don d nt
roadend wsn oca ml ~~
o nex da he aka my godac an
dygtta okI ot gefthe soka to d
bae fo thr es o.Da boss sel
eespt was b ie.nn oea ope
Wurn we eaochara whena we ouelt
eon tada hosmel and erb go out .
Wo nou ibtn ysoklh ee e
oceanwher e(copenright.n) plnt
bet Iut m meesaer e dt
plceli the one D bssan
esHORipews bfeen tno morman cdnpi
ust -~ thdura- ii0 orer he i tirgot
c~Sta sme, appind h me g ot t"
ot outinkoad.? thp a u
natters wheh ight.cre) 6g t
Welve. men .writ Invs
QdrIVes the .iuryia s r~ i
tpit'rs at utio .nua~$s e ,te
( Coe.tw~ o'pql~It
Re.d Ir oI
RED HOT PRICES
$1.00 bottle Wampoles Cod Liver Oil.
Will build you up of that weak feel
mag.... ......... ..............4
$1.00 bottle Wine of Carduli-woian's
Take S. -S. S. for the blood.
best friend .... .... .. .... ..
25e lb. good Parched Cofiee, '"ind or
in whole grain. Our f.cial price
6 pouids for . . . ... .$1.00
1 lot 'Alen's WorShirts. Factory odd
lot s, good , 'alies, going at ..... ....500
10 .vardC nglih Long Cloth, (worth
1.~' a yard $1.50 a piece), special
ij),ice per piece .... .... .. .... ..98o
(e.u. tables of Fancy Flowered
Lav:ns nd Vloiles. Gi inghiams, 3-4
I'eieales. Callico, Cliambravs on sale
thi"; veek at per yard .... ....... 100
Me).'s heavy BVlue Ov'eralls, 'full eut,
v.r la price .... .... .... .... ..986
4 lot \len' Hravy Blue Work Shirts,
full eut, well mad. going at .... ..75c
1 lot Silk Pongee, 36 inches wide, a
real value .... .... .... .... ....690
1 lot Solid Colored Organdy, nice qual
ity at 25c yard; finer quality ill) to 48
1 lot 40-inch fancy Voiles, special per
yard .... .... .... .... .... ....190
$2.00 quality Silk Taffeta, 36-in wide $1.39
1 lot Men's Soft Dress Shirts, with col
lars and without collars .... ....98c
2 papers Pins .... .... ..... .... ..5o
2 papers Hair Pins .... .. ...... ....50
10c cake Fairy Soap .... .... .. ....5c
10e cake Venetian Bath Toilet Soap . .5o
1 pair 'Men 's New-Way Stretch Sus
penders, guaranteed for 1 year wear 75c
Men's Suspenders .. .... ..25c up to 45c
25 Fish Hooks .... .... .... .... ..5c
Rubber Balls lob
MArl-bles, assorted sizes and prices.
'Boys! -Play Marbles.
Foley's Money -and Tar Cough Syrup Io
.loe -box Shoe Polish .... .... .... ..10c
15c bottle Shoe Polis1.. .........100
12 'Safety Pins -- ..... ....5......
1 lot Men's Work Pants-Summer
Pants, best union made .... .... ..$1.48
15c cake Glycerine Toilet Soap .... ..10oc
12 Nutmegs for .... .... .. .... ....5o
20c Lemon Extract, pure .... .... ..13c
35e Lemon Extract, pure .. .... ....29c
Vanilla---Same as above.
Dressq Shirts for the -hot weather. Big,
line of Shirts at reasonable prices.
95c, $1.25, $1.48, $1.75, $1.98 to $2.95
Now is th'e time to buy your 'Shirts for
snmmer', and save some money.
40-inch 'Sea Island, fine quality .... ..9o
Druid L L Sea Island, 36-inch. This
week 's prlice--..--....... .... . .100
36-inch (No. 100) nice quality lgleach
ing, this week.--..-..... .......1~c
Millinery-All the latest cre'ations. Made
in faltimnoreo-wor~n everywhere. Our
prIices are lower than the lowest. Quality
and style guaranteed.
14idies' Silk Hose, special ..... .... ..50c
~Men's Silk Hose, special .... .... ....50c
Ladies' H-ose, good value .... ... ...,10c
~Men 's Sox, good value .... .... .....10c
1 lot English Long Cloth, nice qua]
ity .... ........ .... .......112o
20c quality (No. 70) Bleaching, 36-inch,
special.-'-.--.--..-..-.. ....... ..150
25e. quality Fruit of the Loomn, or An
drloseoggin Bleaching,. 36 inches wide,
our pr'ice ----.---.----.........19c
1 lot heavy Cheviot for work shirts,
and field dresses ......... ......5
20c quality 36-inch Pereales .for chit.,
dren 's wear-.shirts an'd dresses, . ..15
Summer has come-Fish hooks, mnarbls,
baseballs andl sun hats are hereoready foji
Just received a .fresh lot of Candy,. Cheov-.
mug Gumi, Tobacco, Qigais,'Oigereftes and
$1.50 Watch, our low prie I.j . .9o
$1.50 Alarm Clock now.y... ..p
Don't Weat3 re
Just comie tohd Rz~1
s . Week
ED HOT PRICES
$5.00 Eight ay 'Clock ..........$3.85
3>c qualit, oy 's Belts ..........25c
-5(. qtiality Men's Belts .... .. ....48o
jOc Men' Suspenders .... .... ....45c
35c ien's Sutspenders .... .... ......25c
Men's Fur Hats .... .... $1.48 up to $3.95
John B. Stetson fine Fur Hats, only $5.95
'Men's Summer Straw Hats 98c, $1.25
up to - - - . . .... .... .... ..$4.95
Men's Palm Beach Suits, $15.00 to
*17.50 values, our price, only ....$11.95
Speceial values in Boys' Suits (worth
$7.50)., only - - ... .... .... ..$4.95
25c Men's 'Soft Collars .... .... ....15o
1 lot Children's Gingham J)resses, fine
quality, nicely made, only .... ....98c
See our big bargain table of Remnants
Dress Goods, all .4orts &Ad kinds of Sum
meir Dress Groods for Waists and Chil
dren's Dresses, Boys' Blouses and Shirt
Goods, Women's Dresses, etc.
One table 3-4 Pereales, Ginghams, Chain
brays, Callico, going at '.... ..91-2o
All 15c Shoe Polish, special now .... 100
6 packages 'Arm & 'Hammer Soda .... 25o
7 big cakes Laundry Soap .... .... ..25o
3 sticks Good Luck 'Bluing ..... .... 10o
19c cake Venetian Bath Toilet Soap ..5o
Hosiery for the whole family 5o, 8o, 10o,
up to $1.48 for the $2.00 kind.
We beat the world on Shoes and Olothiing
AtED IRON RACKET SELL SAME
GOODS FOR LESS VllONEY ALL THE
TIME. Under buy and under sell is our
ironclad motto. Burns says "Let 'em roll;
Dollars were made round to roll; Keep the
dollars rolling and everylbody will be made
happy--Roll, let 'em roll.'*
Ladies' Shoes and Slippors-all styles
on sale now .... ....$1.69 up to $4.95
Men's Shoes and Slippers, all kinds,
$1.95 up to .... .... ... .... ..$5.95
Children's Shoes and Slippers-big
line to select from.
Mfen's Work Pants $1.45, $1.75 and $1.98
'Men's Dress Pants .... ..$2.48 to $5.98
Men's 'Dress Suits. Some of the best
values you have seen in many years.
Come in and try them on; look through
and pick out your suit. The prices
ran ge from ........$9.90 up to $27.50
Boys' Suits going at ....$2.95 up to $7.95
-Genuine bargaina-Boys I Dress up now I
40-inch fine Sea Island .... .... ....9o
Druid L L fine Sea Island .... ....'..100
I-f you want your money 's worth come, to
lRed Iron Racket-you will get it.
35c Work Gloves, leather palms . ... .25c
Towe~ls that keel) the world dry.,- We
have some of the best values you eyer
saw . ... .8, 10c, 13o, 15o, 10o, 23o, 35o
.1 lot Aluminum Ware-all full4ieces,
special .... .... .... .... ...9
1 set six White Plates .... .... .,...75o
1 set six Ci.ps and 'Saue'ers .... .... 95o
10e Pie Plates .... .... .... ..:....50
1 Dish Pan .... .... .... .... ....25c
35c Aluminum Dipper, special .... ..190o
45e quality Imported Tissue Ginghams, 350
Big values in line D~ress Ginghams, beau-.
tiful patterns, plaids and stripeLs . .25o
Good Dress Ginghams going at 12 1-2o
150 amid .... .... .... .... ....19o'
I30c spool Silk, our price .... .... ....o
15e spool Silk, our .priee..... ... .. 100
J. & P. Coats Spool Cotton .... ....5o
1pSe ball Embroidery Cotton, white and
-- colrs......... .... .... .... ..10a
8e box Matches only .... .... .... ..5o
3 boxes Matches (10c) our price ... . .5o
.6 pkgs. Argo Starch .... .... .... ..25o
75e quality 1 gallon bueket Syrup ~.. .. 570
6 p~kgs. Washing Powder ....'..... ..25o
12 good Nutmegs .... .... .... .....Sc
We' bid .for your business on the
ground o~f a 'full' dollar's worth of m~r- -
chandiso afor .every dollar you sipend with
us. Cash is the big .lever that works won
ders atJ ,. C. Burns & 'Co. Red It'oni
Racket. stoi'es. U come-UT see-U buy.
Out Looking for Brgains
acket Depargnes Stoees,
gai six day. mat rek.