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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1922. 1
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Go o mr Harvey delivered a strong
pjcch ttt the court house here last
. ght. The court room was full to I
wing, and the attention was
.. arked'y good. The subject chosen
by the speaker was "Citizenship." He
. f r.h a high standard for the chief
cuiive and a high standard for the
dividual citizen. Obedience to the
i.ws of the state, in his estimation,
? imp? rati v.e Officers of the law,
r ^ er.ior to coroner, should take
y their oath of office. We
most heartily agree with Governor
n the statement that the
people . hould stand with the officers
f the law, and should not seek,
gh selfish interest, to override
the 1 w. It must be a very difficult
thing, indeed, to have petitions, perppeals
and every conceivable
method of pressure to withstand
when acting as executor of the law.
It is as Governor Harvey says again,
he people get the kind of officers they
t a'ly desire. Judging from the retr1
s of approval he ird on evi ry
hand from people who heard vh
.% his rpiech struck a respon.
j.ve chord in the hearts of the hear
ers. "That's the kind of governor 1
want," was heard on every side. And
it is true, we do want a governor who
will do his duty impartially, who regards
the law a sacred thing end
obedience to its requirements a sacred
duty. And we do need, on the
part of the citizen the same high
appreciation of the law. Governor
Harvey is doing more to pull Sout.
Carolina cut of the quagmire of law
lossntss than any chief executive the
state has had in many a day. Th<
shame of being a lawless people
which has long rested upon our state
will be wiped out if the policy of Governor
Harvey is carried forward into
the future. It goes without saying
that bootlegs and all related lawbreakers,
will not find easy going
under the rule of the present guver
? _ viwr of South Carolina. And when ii
is remembered that the lawabiding
citizen has no protection save the
law, it is not stiange that he be found
endorsing Governor Harvey's policy
of enforcement of law.
Our cat says Governor Harvey suits
him.
Our cat says no man knows how far
be will go when he starts down hill.
Our cat says much depends upon a
good start. '
Our cut says keep no company you
are ashamed of.
Our cat suys an ingrate is lowe.than
a thief.
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Our cat says a man cannot help
thinking, but he can choose the subject
of his thought.
Our cat says the laws were made to
be observed, not broken.
Our cat says don't forget the Santuc
fair Friday.
Our cat says a man has too few
days U> spend on earth to spend even
one day foolishly.
Our cat says a good citizen will not
wilfully break the law.
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Our cat says we suffer for our mistakes
as well as for our sins.
Our cat says bootlegs abound when
patronage is pronounced.
Our cat says red tape is the bane
of highly advanced nations.
Our cat says it would not be amiss
to plant a turnip patch, avan at this
lata day.
Our cat says food conservation and
food distribution are aa necessary as'
food production.
Our cut say* take a share in the
cannery.
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Our cat says ignorance is a brisk;
sail in the path of progress
e e e
Our out says quite growling and go
Lo work. <
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Our cat says the thought of a dry
ivorld brings gloom to the heart of
the bibulously inclined.
The Australian crane, one of the
heaviest known birds, has the smallest
wing surface, yet it flies the langest
and most arduous journeys, and,
with the exception of the eagle, rises
he highest and sustains itself at the
height longest.
Up to less than 70 years ago all
coal manufactured in England was
made >n bond and subject to duty?
as in the case of whisky today?and
each h.)iling-pan was fastened down
rV night by an excise-officer.
For fifteen years Miss Florence E.
Dillon, of Indianapolis has specialized
in shorthand reporting of medical
conventions and has become so proficient
at it that her services are in
demand by medical associations in
many pares 01 tne united states.
An Englishman has invented a hollow
keel for steamships in which all
pipes can be laid without piercing
bulkheads, at the same time being
easily accessible.
Native ilawaiians are said to be
facing extinction, and if the present
ratio of birth and deaths is maintains
the remaining life of the race
will be only about 75 years.
Among the wild bush tribes of
tropical Africa, it is not etiquette for'
the men and women to eat together.
It is more common for all the men
n one street to feed together. The
women .do likewise.
Ml Alli"iiTir"y B?
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oil foi
motor.
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Notice of Final Dkcharg*
State of South Carolina,
County of Union.
Court of Probata.
Notica is hereby given, that on the
26th day of October, 1922, at ll
o'clock, a. no., in tha Court of Probate
for said County, tha undersigned wi'i
make hia final settlement as Administrator
of tha Estate-of T. Carlisle
Perrin, and that thereupon he will;apply
to the Judge of said Court, for his
final discharge as sch Administrator.
G. C. Perrinu.
This 25th day of September, 1622.
Published in The Union Times for
final discharge as such Administrator.
80 days. 9-28; 16-5-12-19
by rrducjng ^congestion
Millions are now using this simple
treatment to stop pain.
Sloan* s, applied without rubbing,
penetrates and produces a warming
sensation. It stimulates new,
iresh blood to and through the
aching part. This breaks up the
congestion, and since congestion
has caused the pain?quick,
grateful relief follows.
The world over. Sloan's stops rhen
matic twinges and muscular aches. It
eases aching backs and sharp, neuralgic
pains. Good, too. (or colds in chest.
flnanit Vh&ma&'kJkpainl
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if von wear a fll
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for you? II
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DR. M. D. HURTS
CROUP MIXTURE
and yoa w31 re joice at
Ibe revolts.
For Sale at The
PALMETTO DRUG CO.
Thf Btait of Par* Drags sad
Orarxlrts Saadriea.
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AUSTELL'S SHOE STORE
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At Budapest tha-first oacoaosful un_
tlurirpniind trnllov llnoo . vara ann.
tructed.
' ? Call Vtr lk
"La Folletto Block"
and set a good, clean lumpy coal
*. $13.50 .Per Ton
Consolidated Ice A FuelXo.
FOR SALE
5?ED WHEAT
Red Mny and Leaps Prolific
SEED, OATS
fulgtmm, Appier end Red
Rust Proof
SEED RYE
Al ruzzi and North Carolina
* CLOVER
Crixnson. (in. rough), Crimson,
(cleaned) and Burr Clorer
Winter Hairy Vetch, Rape fluid
Beardless Barley.
Looks dike there, will be no
excuse for not sewing grain
this fall.|r Mix Vetch and Oats
for fine forage crop.
J. L CALVERT
JOqESVILLE, 3. C.
DOCTOR iRDEBED
WOMAN OBEYED
Took Lydia ELPiokham's Vegetable
Compound And
Chicago, IMnoia.?"You. surely gave 1
women one fllpd medicine when you put
iintiniiiiMiimMiil Lydia E. Pinkham'S
IIH1|IW1U||I II Vegetable ComP0 "*
on the market.
After I had my
|9P|^^[H9Rg baby I was all run J
down and so nervous
HJM it kept me from gainR
1 ing. My doctor did
I everything be could
<1 mM I to build xne up, then
j i|flj I heorderedrnetotake
) \\Wm fe I Lydia Pinkhara't
ilfclgp BTJ Vegetable Com- lf
- ,Jtn ^ With hismed.eine
and I am now a new .woman.!
have had three children and they areall
Lydia E. Pimcham babies. I have recommended
your medicine to several
friends and they speak highly of it. You
are certainl# doing good work, in this
world." - Mi*. A nkith To msheck, 10557
Wabash Avaff-Chicago, Illinois. >
There is nettling very strange about ^
thQ doctor directing Mrs. Tomsheck to
take Lydia' E. I'inkham's Vegetable
Compound. There are many physicians
who do recommend it and highly appreciate
its value.
Women wljp are nervous, run down, r
and suffering from women's ailments
should give^this well-known root and
herb medicine a trial. Mrs. Tomahdck's
experience should guide you towards
health.
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SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS
CHEAPER Q^SQLINRi? We m!1
Standard gasoline at 25c per gal- 4
Ion."/ Ypjtgprill find as m*y to setve
I . you^ pfgpnptly ?nd An?tsfactorlly,
Call on ua. UniosrPttllng Statiorf j
No. 2. Rnnth. fisdhwry- St., (XcoiK ^
of '16l>*JttPd|(
REMEMBER that your doctor's pro- <
script iona can be filled at the Phi- '<
tJ aistUnfiantf Co.
A NICE four room cotug* oa Sardlar
road, and ,peaf jCity nfUh^ '&? 1
is. an bovm^ni + ]
large lot, nearly acre, wired in, ami *
running prater. This is the Koktf
j place. ,>T|iis nice and attractiTO little
home can be purchased tor .
. ?1 fiilA C..I4.LI. 4
t^riu* gap am arranged
on both,these pjeces ef
property. S.~ E. * Barron, eeUhg
!' * agent. iM34*tf I
HAVE a small quantity of g\>od
seed wheat for sale. D. J. Gregory.
Union, Rente 8.
.MQNfeY TO t.OAN at 6 per cent on
farm land.* cnly. Jno. K. Hamblin,
Attorney for Atlantic Joint Stock
i Land Bank. 1499-tf '
PIGS T OR SALE?of the best blood
lines to be had in the Dnroe -fan^ J
S ily. C. (V Sanders. 15LV4t; i
YfE^ARE OFFERING "to thT~dift 4
fai m u-b of Union county $40,000 at J
5% pea cent interest provided 'you J
make application in the next* -30 {
..days. R* L. Kelly, Sec.-Treas. >
1611-tf
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FOR SALE?DuiOv- pi<rs, eight W3?.';s <
f. old;, -prices right. C. C. Sunders, j
1511-3t' r
ROB 43ALE-T-A nice 5-roonv bungalow (
..piratically pe^f, within one block of
East Main street, $2,000 for a quick
sale. F.. F. Kelly & Bvo. 1511-tf ,
IcEMERER, you can .get. Watkuis' 1
Products -from Batenbaugh Bros.' t
grocery store- on Gadberry street, (
just back of the Nicholson Bank ^
buil^jng and near the Peoples Garage,
Telephone No. 877. - Also at *
my home, 68 Hart St., and from (
my store on wheels anywhere that ]
juu utsjr oct- ib uii vne roaas ox ^
Union county. T. B. Strange, the
Watting' Man. 10-16-19
. Advert}** in The Tiraia ^
MOMtY TO ,WAN ou city or country
, proj^rty in large^ao^oante on easj
terms. S. K. Barron. 1406-tf _
YOU CAN GET all kind of flower '
bulbs at the Palmetto Drug Co.
FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY, sabu
ject to change, without notice, we
will, exchange Itooof maal for 1 ,
ton of- seed?hothmeaLandiaeed to
be delivered at our milk at*4Jnion. 1
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WANTED ? Fifteen wagons and
? teams, to hnnljumber. For further "
in?orinatipn address Tiger , River r
-Co., Sheiton, S. C. l$10-?t S
BAN OR WOMAN WANTED?Sal
ary $50 weekly full time* $1.00 an T
. hour spare time, selling guaranteed b p
v hosiery, to wearer. Experience un- o
necessary. Guaranteed Mills, Norristown,
Penna. 1512-ilOtpd
[OME i. FOR SALE?A six room ~
house, practically a?w, and/attme- 1'
tive, sewerage, water and lights, on
Blassengame street in West Uaien,
? nice locality, andLdaficable place'm
to live, price only f1,600. S. E.
Barron, aelling .agent. , 1476-tf
iVANTED?SALESMAN to sell hay ?
. in car lots on commission. Addre3s
"M", care Times oflicb. |
1613-3t I
CAKE DR. M. D. HUIET'S cough By-II
rup and knock out that cough be- I
fore it knocks you. For sale at theIIr
Palmetto Drug Ob. 'I*
???i a m-iu'J
edecaratim
Rett
nHENJSEEUS. We knc
lone?and we have then
^TAINS and varnishes to bring
^ ?white <yiam?hto giv< that ch<
at wall? paint to,produce the deiica
> attractive.
These are the effects which ma
ie, the, effects you can have by ua
tains. Enamels, .Wall Paint andJV
BAHEY BUILDERS
UNION, S.
WE CARRY IN STOCK
NEEDED TO "
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HEALTH and
*'It-.you .gRffer from "RHEUM
LtfUJOfiSTJIiUf, ECZEMA, BROI
Mfvx areaffected in any way; o
deary healthy-oemplexion, we want
MARVELOUS HEMEDY, YEASTC
tlementa Xeaatelax contains*'the
VITA MINES, which the scientific i
Inteiy neeaaoary-to bodily vigor. ,
Have found oughita
perfect health i no d vitality. Ym>I
ly and mildly k
In order to quickly introduce
munity, we will give foy a limited \
mail us $iiOO to seper tbecost of
'ABSOLUTE!
50,000.00.1
The Russian Ruble recently
fiving the*ahove a -value-of $27J)Q
Save this mpney; many a gre*
txy buying-foreignmoney after wai
)QG;000,000.00 worth *>f radiunfci
ua? and the press is calling attOntio
)f oil and other industries that i
fcussia. The Chicago Tribune on
;q,-the. new canal, which has just
between Russia, Germany, Persia.
i new source of raw materials for
especially oil, manganese'and copi
Persian and ,.Qeutral Asian trade
rhink what this means; surely you
>pportunity -to acquirerthese Ruble
We want every erson in Axn<
remedy to^send, fox;.a_peGkage o
nethod to advertise its* prppertie
.oxtic and remedial properties of Y<
imes the cost. You will be deligl
;hat. Just fill- in -the^osder blanl
enclosing $1.00. You. will get you
>0,000,00' Rubles without delay,
noney refunded. Remember, this
>nly, so for your health end future
YEASTOLAX C
1253 So. Michigan Avenue, Dept.
. FILL OUT COUPC
fEASTOLAX COMPANY,
125a j6o.t'M kdugan Avenue,
Dept. Chiqpgo, < U
Pleaser#eudvme a^package
tussian rubles. ., Enclosed please fir
noney if notiaatiaAed.
Came 777 .*7.77." .." . 7.7*.7.7
iddress .... i
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OR SALE-^-Ford roadster, 1923 -mm
model, wiever been .run. For quick ;
sale,,.price right. J. M. Bennett,
Jr., SedaU* S. C. 1513-2t
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ICS FOR SALE?Eight weeks old
pig* for sale; prices right. C. C.,
Sanders. 1511-3t ma^m
The Woman's club of New Orleans 5.|$.
tattered in 1898, is . said to *be the ,Li
dest woman's club m the South.
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H. W. EDGAR #(
Undertakiag Parlora 11
Calls -.^nee wared, .4*7, m4 night
Prompt and Efficient Service ^
Pag Phone lit?Night Phone 111 jJ|
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gr- .
rtishing?
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?w how. it .should be
best materials to use.
out the rich color o&iha gnin
ecryriwlHcUaiwippit^rance?
ite tint* that make your rooms
Ice 9khof\m a homeland these
in* du Font Interior Finishes,
amink^,
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WEALTH!
ATISM,'\ CO^X^ATIPN.
^CHITIS, BOILS, or y<*ur ,
r you desir?~ti>>have a fio<?,
; you to try a package of am*
>LAX. Among it's various
highest and most potent ~
ivorld has found'to be ebsoPeople
all over theeeeotry
use* and naw4eci#e*fr>yvof
olaat-also haatthe'lntopetties
ii#tive, yet its action is sure.
"Yeastolax into every comtime
to-any. parson who will
a. liberal eised pookage,
LY PR^?
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was worth 55c per ruble,
Q.00.
it fortune has bean, built up
ra-. It if jrHmored ^ha^ |50,laotbaen
discovered?in Rus?n
to vast American projects
ire being directed towards
? Sept. 12th..calls, attention
?been opened foe shipping
and Central Asia,, affording
the Russo-German combine,
>er and opening up4he-rich
\ to Germany andfc^ Russia,
cannot afford to pass up the ,
s.
srjcawho is in- need of our
f Ye?itolax. We use this
s quickly. ; Thewonderful
Mutolu will be worth many
hted with-it?we guarantee
k below and mail at once,
r package *>* Yeaalola* and
satisfaction guaranteed or
i offer is for a limited time
, act today.
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linois.
of Yeeatde* and ?0,i&eQjOO
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