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A Member of The Rebeccas
A Bad Case
By Pe-ru-na. /
That any case of .nasal catarrh
can be cured by an internal medi
cine is denied by some. Only a
glance at our files would be nec
essary to convince any sane per
son that catarrh can be cured by ..
the internal use of Peruna
Mrs. Victoria Pickel, of Columbus, is a case of this sort. She
had nasal catarrh very badly, and was cured-by Peruna. We will
let her tell her own story. Mrs. Victoria M. Pickel, 130 E. Mound
Street, Columbus, Ohio, writes:
"I have been using Pcruna for catarrh, having had a very aggra
vated case, so bad that it clogged the nasal organs. When I did
get the nasal organs opened, the mucus would drop into my throat
and make me very sick.
"A friend advised me to take Peruna, and afte ,sng four bot
tles I was cured. I have no trouble.now, a Id at 9appy to say that
I am enjoying the best of health and atten in o my lodge duties,
being a meinbcr of the Rebecca Lodge of Fellows.
"I would recommend Pcruna to those iffering with the saeic
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Better Light and More of It
KEROSENE light is best for young
and old eyes alike. LAMPS
give you kerosene liit at its best - a
steady, generous glow that reaches every
corner of the room.
The R41O does not smoke or smell. It is made of
solid brass, nickel-plated. It is easy to light, easy to
clean, easy to rewick. At dealers everywhere.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Washington. D. C. (NEW JERSEY) Charlotto, N. C.
'Norfolk. a. BALTIMORE W*.ro*,". .'C.
Richmog4I, V&. BATM Rwhretn .C
It Always Helps
says Mrs. Sylvania \Voods, of Clifton Mills, K~y., In
writing of her experience with Car<'ui, the woman's
tomic. She says furthecr: "Before I began to use
Carduti, my .,back and head wvould hurt so bad, I
thought thec pain would kill me. I was hardly able
to (d0 any of my housework. After taking thiree bottles
of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon1
gained 35 pounds, and nowv, I do all my housework,
as well as run a big water mill.
I wish every suffering woman would give
The Woman's T c
a trial. I stIll use Cardual when I a little bad,
and it always does me good."
Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness,
tired, worn-out feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman-.
ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardul, the woman's
tonic. You Cannot make a mistake in trying Cardul
for your trouble.' It has been helping weak, ailing
women for more than fifty years.
Get a Bottle Toda !
Beef and Milk A-plenty
Cattle are kept for two purposes; for beef pro
duction and for milk pioduction. To do either right ny time any of miy cat
they must be healthy. There is nothing better to t get anything wrong
keep them in continued good health, or to make *Ih them-I1 give them a
Sthem welt quickly when sick, than a few doses of- few doses of -c ee Dee
s T o C K MEDICINE.
Bee Dee STOCK h---.
MEDICINE ''ored.' "*..
* ~Stirs up the liver-Drives ~ 1
dlsease poson away. '.. an
BRITAIN TO REPLY
WITHIN FEW DAYS
Attitude Toward Note Friendly, Page
Reports. Press Tone Amicable, Too.
Washington, Jan. l.-Ambassador
Walter Hines Page, in a long report
from London, today after his confer
ence with high ollicials there, describ
ed th'e general attitude of the Diritislh
government and people toward the
American note of protest concerning
shipping as entirely friendly. lie said
a reply had been promised within a
'T'lie ambassador detailed Dritish
press criticism, Whose ton( he rega'd
ed as oil the whole reasonable and
amicable. III solie iuarters, not
amniong ollicials, he round a disposi
tion to search for a motive behind the
Amnierican note, soile I0lnglishmlen sulg..
gestinlig' that Wasli in,,. ton had bell
col1pelle( to yield to pressure from
meinmbers of Co'gress represeltill g
constitiuncies affected by trade ill
terr it fins. This i1ortion o E iiglisi
public opinion seemed to think tlhe
AmIlerican, note 'was inteonded to somei
extent for, honile conlsumllptionl.
Washingtol oilitils poillt(d olit to
ntigh that there wa, not. the sligates:
ohoordat for 1 uch a sllgestio(t, a-,
the noe w as not originally inmled
for tile press. 11. i. Ituderslood thlnt
All hassa1dor' Page hiad anliclpated
miistakell illpresi'on; bv ssm-ig the
Ilr'itishA goverinivent iwo~ial t
tile Ulliteil States w s thUorougilly ill
;l-inest . The note was phrased in a
cand(id( and frank manner, he Is utler
stood to have explaimllf., partI'icularly
because It was not writl for ubli
cation. As the s *yopsis leaked out,
howevel, the all)bmbalssador imd been ill
strIcted to arrango for publication 01
tile complete text.
Ilnidentally tle ambassador cabledI
that the Ilritish govem'll 1)en1 t had cor
rected 1anglish newspaper reports
which spoke of discourtesy in a prema
ture publication. Mr. Page reported
that Lhord lialdine, in charge of the
foreign office, was Informed of the pur
port of the commntm1 ication before even
tile il'st intimation of the contents of
the 0 note was pmblished.
Officials read tile views in the lrit
-Ish press with much Interest. The ar
guient that IEngland is fighting What
she believes to be a life and death
struggle, It was pointed out, Was fully
recognized iln the American note, but.
It was contended that delays and de
teltions exceeded the manifest 11ces
sity of a belligerent.
The general belief In Washington is
that a comllnmon ground will be reached
in future diplomatic correspondience
whereby definite arrangements will be
pu1t into effect to relieve American ex
porters of uncertainty.
CHILDREN HATE OIL,
.C. LOMEL AND PILLS
"('aliffornia1 Syrup (if 1.-'ls" blest for.
tiede soma14111110 I, li bo wels
I.mook back t your chihhood days.,
Henln-m~ ho 11t the 01(1"tmoln- init
edt on s to oi, thy ii hmi I -1, I nthaties
Alothr who ln t o l th ol form of
:hys)' llt i ''i ly do 'i teR Iz. w ut h
Io 1( h'' '' ii ren's revol 3t -.ei -
fotodel Th))01 irtt n ite"-a e
(If you1)1 r'l Ih s s o l e ,/!et' an:l i
li us "11 11'l aifnia .l:-a f Sie ."
"frn )i 13'' la a five hally 01 ther' knoid
an111dowetenpthe~ c, niia
te* *oon*u* *iven *oa *ae a 'ih
Mhil omarr oldmtlf ftl
Ae Tyour13 GoldmIt, Iv.5etn' 1'01
havnl ha fl Onirecembe fr h1bhth.
191ldr, f a lon ad adifor grln-s
hund ai on ecotle. Itohre
1of'11 lounerdt oneh, he See thad i
ismade b"all)raifona g homeuW
Christany. womusan y e indalieetA
wath aconmte n l~tdt iu
ofohrs, frgvgdSith, tfeo te
laer maniosting tlesit wen toher
1914, after loed and paefurileess
The endas anoatfl ned cntet
nionherloe ans whe 'for mnhs,
mae wals unaeaain to ten thomsevice,
snever lant trt wiha theatr'soo
voted to her pastor, and with words
of good cheer, and in a material way,
she was constantly showing her apl)
preciation of his services. We will all
miss hier, but our loss is her eternal
gain. Sh leaves only one brother', Mr.
Bee Parks of Woodruff, and two
heI artbroken daughters, M.\rs. .1lanie C.
laittle and ;\Mrs. Ljotise Durdette, to
gether with a large ciricle of reiatives
an31d friinIds to m1ouril her loss. "Ald
I lieard a voice from lIeaven saylng
unto me, wilte, blessed ae tile dead
who (lie In the Lord from helce forth,
yea sayeth tile Spli'it, that they miI- y
rest, fromi their* lab1ors, aind thieir
works to follow them."
The fuleral services W're con3dlct
(Id by lier lastor at the home, Suntlay
at 2 o'clock, an(] she was laid to rest
inl the 'clletery at Sillpsoiville unider
aI 11ioun( of beautif'ul and rare flowercis.
E. C. Watson.
TAKES OFF DANDRUFF
HAIRS STOPS FALLING
G irSi Try t "! i .0l w.; Ih: 'ir hi.k.
, 3bff31, beath'33I 1 -No0 muh'
:1s1 o.:- rI i y uiI:j .s y;r s oa e a all3
.- i t4' I:1 e (h m~ ->. 5 imin ia -
W I h o ! :e, I i 'l.r ama
a ! ::i-':tI, ju ,t i i i i o:n (. w ith
thrugh yo r h ir %.in yn sllf"
stradl at a Iisr.:. Tl'in, il'ct is :.13::.
io:v 'our h ir vilil hyuight, tluffy -tad
altil(lan31': (- a l (' e 1m;i' lle liisti'
1el 24 (ednt Ent le of' KnIowlns
I)ander'in fr'm :ny drug stooe '
toilet ~ ~ ~ Irit~ otnrad rvehanou
hair I-- as lpetty and sort as anI
th :tl at as been negleetetl 0r inju'red
by3 car Iele'ss t reatmlienit-thaiit 's all --
30u surl can lav1e beautiful hair
and lots of it If y0o3 will just try a
liotle~s Da deinc I t.1c
Columbin, 'Jan. -.-loufnderws' Doay,
e of the m11ost i terest orig oulic
i'Hctions of the t'niversity Will be
<le'ated thi is year .anary the 2St h.
Thlie spec1ial1 tea3tulre of,. thle (1113 wi'll be
the inauguration or the new oresident,
W. S. Currel , ho enitered uplon thIe
duis or lis ollice in Seltlimil. TI'he
Po.i for the daI is as followiJ s:
(;11 ing or the Al ini Associa
1tons inf I nvoe Ico llge.
3:3:0-T'Ieni3 minniite speeceshes by re('p
(o~raeenttivs ydentor in the 2S'ni
7.(--llecept ion by3 Pre(sidenlt and( .\irs.
C i srell.
H- --inaugtration Addess 1)y' thie lres
W. S.Curi0111) who N('terduo f
('ontinuiiiedf frh o I'age Tw'as 'o.)
income is $500O (or' less, lper
annum--e --11 t -- .. .. .. .. r.00
Whose g ross anuailll 1 ilole is
over $'H', 3fr 'aeh aChiitioal
'. 5t I 4'\ (or l , byP' ros15 1 an d .. .
incoe 'Is $l410 or less, per
ann m .11.111 !o l . .. . . . . b e 10 t
is nirethlm( fromn Pan Twa.h
:(ihitlloaI $.l00l , or less, per
a3 nm126.96.36.199.1. .. I . 10
I\'hos" i 1n ' p .iois ao131k
I5 Ii'I1or s $11) ( less, 1 b(. . . .
Whose iross ano1tal31 inconw is
miore thiani $2Otlt. rl each md
d itlinal $100 o(r 3 l('ss, Ier an
Stet 1bile13 acks 1'arri e twolk'
hongrse, w~lhos e cpr at annutl
oncoe iy w$thou orls, opaiir
lihese tgrfoss annual tnhoe isCek
iorhn $200 for oeat~sch a
hackiora veh00clr shas, haer there
trnum ber 031. ..11.. le.i.. .. 'l1.t
eNo prsor othr corporadtion shall
1-e.ohie iny hacs o others tehcne
thre huinhe in transptin of Ias
ingerdth wtin er corporatr ii !mits3'g
Owahecity,3( wlihutfrsmt cbtaming
liens therCity fOm'innctherIn Clerk
any evrPerson, firm o r' c'lorora-i
lting runnn or rainlsc aboervsol
eacek ori vce shallave 0the reiii
teried nbo ex aedn fiebly print
edc and etheryielarkoneiuon ai
treet wagos o heightand one ic
inrsedhoan gvrs annual in-cag
Co suchi$0 i' les, wear a nm
Owhne gand drnverl imust copl
more than $C00, ordnach hernan
anytion, $600 or lesrpor1'atinv
Watong gryos dail inoe poison
$5.00erdless er dlayrs,.r.e.6m
oroed thnt.0 ex er ay forayo
each aditional v$ola0or lheos.
Street wagons or drays, to
horse, whose gross annual in
come Is $750 Or less, per an
n m - - -- -.. .. . . .. .. 7.50
Whose gross annual Ilcome is ,
noro than $750, for each addi
tOiIal $500 or less, pe- annum 1.00
Whoso gross dally incolte Is
$7.50 or less, per' (Ily . .75
Whose gross daily Income is
In1ore than $7.50, for vaul ad
ditional $7.5o or less, per. (aly .2.
EWach anld every dra. -mian doing bus
Iless in the (ty of Laurens mu33st
wea'rl Inl a conspicious place a 1m11
bered badge fr11n1shed by the City
Clerk, 1111d 33nust have legibly m3arked
onl each sile of his dr.v tie sam3e
3un11b er borne by sa d badge.
ho)oltlog (1hlleries, whiose gross
annual 11co0311- is $2500 or
less. per annut3 . .... 25.00
Whose gross annual Iuome
is more th1:i $2500 for q:uIeh
addli inal $5100 or less, Pelr all
um .......... .............50
Sign Painters, wl'ose Ioss an
3ua1 inlcom(e Is $J 0 or less
p1r annum1 . ............. 10.00
Whose gr-oss annu133al inc(33 om1e333333 is
10iore t hall $11000 or less, per31
a 333................... ....3.00
Whose;1 gross3 we.k's-ly inco;ue
Is $50 or l ss'. i- week .. 5.)0
\\'hos; rross; weekly ilv -nw33(' is3
33n 3re th 33 $:m Iorl w3ie addi
3ional $.500 or lS . Per w eku1.03
\\hos.- ;gross daily incoil' is
$141 "r)1 ~ . pert day, . . . . . . 1.111)
\Vhose g-roiss daily' inwomei ls
1li t flin $110. for ea1ch aubli
3e1mil 3133 r0 less. per Ily .. ..
:A'n il: ;. whose :roas :NI
in3'l h inomo is $11)011 or le;s,
r 3in1.. .. ... .. . 10.
(3303e 111:1 $11)111). for. each ad
dl m3 3! 0 or1((3' 1ess. j((3r
Tailor 114h 1 a aIgents whose
gr'oss n1nu333333 in3com i3 $1000,
or less, per antu33nn .. .. .. 10.00
Whosv loss ,1333T33(l itioilto is
m33ore 113133 $1000IH3. for3 vach a11
iit ouIl3 $1013) or 1w;.;, P-1r Ill
313333. ... .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.00
Ton 'in Alloys or Ten Pennett
Alloy, whose gross annual inl
('333 I'om 111ach alley operated
is $5000 or less, wr an3331m 50.00
Whos o'0ss ann33a3 133nco
frotn each alley operated 1s
more than3 $5000, for Ceh ad
ditional $1000 or less, per anl
... n .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 5.00
For 3ach additional All'y op
prated 1-- same333 building th1( 11
ense shall be one-fourth of
the above am1oun3ts.
Terra-cotta Dealers, whose gross
annual Income Is $1500 or less,
Whose gross an11 zital income Is
1m10'e than $1500, for 'each
addilional $1000 or less, per
ann33 ...... .......... 5.00
Tin or liniker shops whose gross
annual incom3 is $753) or less,
per 1n333................ 7.50
Whose gross an1111al in3ome3 Is
more than $750, for 03e0 ad
di1(onal $750 or less, p3er* an3
133313 .. ....... .. .. .. .. .. .. . 2.50
Telephonep comlpanies or agen
(y. Cor 1itsin3ess done within
this State, and not inch3lmlng
that done withiitt the( State,
whosl yross ann3ual 1luc(omel33 is
$10,000 or less, per .. 75.00
Whose ,gross annual icoe( Is
tuore than $10.000, for eac h
additional $1000 or less, per
Telegraph Companies. ('Ir agen
civs. for busiless done with
I1 this State, and not ilu1d
ing I1hat 310333 witho31t 111
S1:1tt, whose gross annu:al I1n
com3o fromn 33013 busin3ss Is
$'2001) or less, p'r 3n33'n . . 5 .00
is lIN '' than33 $233333. for3 ('ah1
33:3di11(33nal 813300 or3 less, per 3
annu i .. .. . .. .. . .. 1.03)
Si m i's or h )
s 'h n .s ' fi r e lh
al hinl 1 3 (rl(,3n
1~u' n .. ... . 3:33 .. .. . \.0
\\'ont3 (b~ (3 an.3 \'.0(3m.l 31t3:
(3a' ..~s ..'3 .313... ........ 1....3 3
W\'103 3 m33 33n3:3333 :1 in330333'nI
-33' (13r33 !! .33). 3333i 33331 3331(11
:13)33311 $::! .3:3' 1 os,-1' l 1333, per .
WodIes 33 or 1:3 $ 103)3). (33 ho3(1
gross331 131n3133 icns $250 03'
olos . 130 r 31311331m . . ..... 25.00
Whose gr oss 1133nual 133om1310
15or th31 n113 $2500, (01h 011d13
nua(1l.in0ome i $1000 3' less, 1
Wegross 3133311 Icome o
sdditional $50000 01r less, 1303
to, grin, et.whose grossl
le03sa es annu ..13 ..313 .. .O.2.0
i00 foro than1 $251t0,3 for00ac
ornloss ..t ..l 13f.. .... ......1.00
gryonlyshnal ) dnom3oe fom ol~
aoes areCf$t0,000 for lst per ys
annum .. .a . . ..iiItrn D.. aido...0
fro dasao lsls mororan$50,
See. 2. AP31 ll Icenss 1sued r13n
day333 o ly shll b3e doubl th e amount1 3
above1 130en1itioned for~ SaturdaysC!
mohow Das. ChristmaslDay and oth--1
113 dayst(y of ublcteings. 1:; )I
der31nd by reroked ataf tis Il Ortnne
shaty heuc norferab0le, 0nd exce!>t)13
for a~ licnse sd for a day, a do
may e rev oed all lansem byste
C3Ioty ouncfl of)13 the6,it ofLrtns
heek oran-.n, nnal rates shallbelardfo
all licenses Issued after June 30th,
1915, and prior to September 30th3,
1915: and ne-halt hn nnnual rates
for all licenses issued after Septem
b'er 30th, 1915 and prior to Decem
ber, V"1st, 1915.
Sec. .1. Any pei'son. tirim, compaly,
or corporation proseetilitig or engag
Ing in any busi ness, occupatiol or
pr'ofessiotI, Or keeping or Initain
I ng any establishin en t t aried In tils
Ordinatnee without havin g first paid
the license tax illposedi tlei'eon, shall,
up1)oni coiviction, bet ied jint exceed
ing thirty !!ars.or he iniprisoned
not exceeding thi ity days w-ith or
without hard labo' at the (l( ietion
of tile ollicer tryinig the vase.
See5. \\'here a liceise is Iniiosed
)Y this 1 dillallee t I'oni ally blisiliess,
profession or. oetipation, and such
busiliss, profti'ssioni or occu1pation is
ca-rried on or foidletd by anl agent,
cierk. or cituploy. suwh ).-vn, clerkc
or einployee still hII .Wubject. to all
he l'ot Is herilinimosed should
11lie Said buines.t pio sioni or oecu
pationl be carriedl ()n or prosecuted
without the license inlip oed hin lg
beenl 'aid, InI the Samell manner1v as It
Aiten t, clerk orw el'loye' were
t hi proprieor of iui, 1ultIl sjiiss pro
fes't ll or ovlipatioil.
Sl . G. Thai every n,
COMa)nyIllth or COrpOr'in r'uir(41 by
iOrilinanty of Obt:1tliin a liicehns to
vm I I
1114'a11 in( a buing tiril, hallrofssuon
or theaillloil Ifor whi I license is
at (' i din ,1111 Ion, olU tiiw w, O i'pilying
tne lion'ehallMle fnixedibyrthe (lifiy
to adillnit I !i1 it : : fii le ai d
Se' . 8. t i 1 :leneit x erk, SOe -
tin I) - for lt:
I a 4-.I f.-ns or h161ir n ty1 e id oi fi rml ,
linses of te ('Itny of oreor fon-th
11:51110 (ea1' ('03:11 Y W,'l~ ('i W01 -1 1 stl d:
"1 1d. Th1e Italh,. n) in.:, p-orpS
o l o. 1. er .u po.: f(w ad .:e a 1H
posed to ty im . mi :( 0 !w inrrlit
yonar. ,1nd( in th1 1 a e: inl v.hiebI such.
infy I niot id I -ofuir le . thw 1itoinnt
of btiis don, the e io s e ri
the Srtel occupa 1ti'y, e ":le. hu1sinless
or profe: du in smd m:tise ard on
inl the City ofl1.tue ny th: prt vious
cIi o t ' Cty Cl tk s1iall threpon as
qess and 't oil lit the piopi l livcen tax
-is providitd for Inl ths ond llnn.) and
upon suchl taix being paid, Shall issuIe
to thel' appliatiixl thi proper il inse.
ee.ne 7. For any bius(iess, tade, 02
lepatio or professio o1 n r
ated Iin Feetion I of tisl.. Ordinance,
tye li o[ntisal he fixed by tie City
Coiell' of tle City of Laurns at anly
regular or Meal mveeing thereof.
See. S. The li'ense taxes herein
IIIosed are 'vi' fol'the pulIose of
ailsing funds to m t'tt' tle ordilary x.
pnllss of tihe City of L'uren s for the
ulntal yiat illiteu ln'ling oil ill Ist day
of J Ia ry, A. 1). 1941 -) , aI f (I or the pur
pose of paying inl whole or inl parlt
a'ny inebtedness of the aid City in
eurred for ordinlary explenses thlereof
falling dtue dluring eid ieal year .
Section 9. This Or-dinlance shall "-o
Into effect oi In ahe Ist day of .nlealy,
Don shall ratified by the City Coun
ell of0 the City of ilarns and thle Cor.
rate Sal of the said City of tLau
rens hllto afixcd this tha nst day of
D)e Ilmb r. .\. 1). 1911. afd in th olne
h111reeived and thiry-ninth ya of the
Sov ereintiy aleid hlepndlie of thle
ofnited States of nerif. o
C. N\T 11.\ Im.
.\nyor of thfa Ci y of 1 ltlulns.
At tesI :
C. \W. KITCHEN'.
Clerk of tel City of Laurnlllls.
I N OlRDIN.\N('E
siflg of South 'illaolinnl,
'oliay of I alnrenll S t
('I()y of L ue s
Aon h ::dNAttie toe Cty itin
te roae iit of the City ofTnrel 1lthco
hointed seal oftllaate said e't aity
fixd this th st(a of ~eari, inm
t)11: -ii lil . an d foute. r ail inpa
the e onhu'd ni'd tl'ynilnt yearh
otheb Sove frgtan n:n-de purdnes
tof tfrUnithe Sitat nes of he
conunneing.nar M. ; 101, andoto
Atntrast:db alt o oprt
Cf Wi.-fv 1(.CJIENts, vr n
City o Cller pry ra ndpr
Sal)o x m tfom txto ,st