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5c, the packet or two "Bobs" for a
cent at all the better stands and stores.
OU'LL be strong
The candiest candy-he rt
filled with the chewi
Chew "Bobs"-the tip-4
It Always Helps
says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In
writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's
tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use
Cardul, my back and head would hurt so bad, I
thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able
to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles
of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon
gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework,
as well as run a big water mill.
I wish every suffering woman would give
The Woman's To c /
a trial. I still use Cardul when I feel a little ad,
and It always does me good."
Headache, backache, side ache, n rv sness,
tired, worn-out feelings, etc., are sure signs woman
ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's
tcnic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui
for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing
women for more than fifty years.
Get a Bottle Today!
The greatent thing
... . ~dowu thie feed l..ll anid bu id up the sttor d..
' t's somtet hinug the M 'rses and mules.~ litde-giv<; them n ei1
pirehfite-starts thte saliva rnuni; g and ai<A digestio:1.
F~ ar supet(rio)r to a al grain feed(. G(ve yor horsesi and -
mu'/' les~c a t reat, adat the sae imemveamiw y.
Our RE1 SH[IRT (fir.-it grade) Unrse a ;d Alt e M~olaosen Feed\
~ ~cont aiins Cortsi, Ground Alfaifa, maI e a petizinig with salt
and1( pure cane mnolasses, and analyzes asoiv:
Proei 10; at 3%; Fibre 12%/; C b ydrates 577
PIEDMONT HlORSE & MULI MOLASSES FEED en " Grayd Fannayi Pro
1' 2%; Carbohydrates 55%.
SWAMPF0XIIORSE &MULE MOLASSES FEED Faga2%hTibe,12", Carbohdr',"a e's"
PERFECTION ljORSE & MULE FEED (Tlas MIxe)e'y,,na"'uttao ",jo "t *r
P Irotein 12%/; Fat 3%; Fibre 12t/; Carbohydrates 57%. This is composed of straight
Sgrain and ground Alfalfa Meal.
SRED SHIRT DAIRY FEED
'First Grade: A balanced ration containing Molsases. Cattle are very fond of it
keeps them in good condition. Increases the tlow and enriches the quality of the milk
at a redneed cost of feeding. Contains ground Corn, C. 8. Meal, Wheat Middling,
Ground Alfalfa, Pure Cane Molasses and Salt. Analyses: Protein 15%; Fat 3%/o
Fl bre 12%; Carbohydrates 60%.R
fPiEDMONT IRJY..FEED 12%;Carbbd ata5% Protein 12%; Fat 2%%; Fibreo'
IWID ShIRT 110G FEED A combination of nigestiv. Ta.kag;e. firound Corn. nIce
acrecunings: very fattening. Keeps te hogs in god ondition.
We niufactuire nlso ItED SIIIlET Scratch Feed aind IED) Sn7RT Baby Chick Feed.
"SEVEN FGGS AWEEK"HEN MASit como;e ofGru d- Ca" 4"
Pactelin 1s%; Fiat 4'l;: FIbre 12%; Carbuhydrutes -10%.
An st-ov*.u oin tihe hngs in our id. ncarly all of our feedi is maale from Carnl! a
-.\ pirudr-ri, even to thee baser and tw ine. V.e aire, therefore., in the marinst -'
:' tr OVtr,, Corn, Whneat, Aifailfu lley anid an~y oilier kind of IIy
- .We ohko aurry isf ii 'ak of GRAIN, 1IAY
N r f:-ed n i n i, albnvi. nye r~ilm1 d
A OI(0Iil1 & Ciler '0. .;
REVIEW OF CONDITIONS i
IN TIlE GREAT WAT
RIussia Claims Many Successes.. Sub
marine Warfare Again Big Talk of
All the Nations.
London, Jan. 2.-Itinsia's can
paign in Biesarabia continues to be
the most important visible war activ
ity. From the Pripet to the Ru
manian frontier, over a front of at
least 300 miles huge Russian forces
with a great a ppearance of confidence
is hurling stedge hammer blows at
the opposing force, which, according
to all accounts, totals at least one
and a half millions men.
Petrograd still claims considerable
successes in the early stages of the
campaign and dispatches emphasize
the excellent eqipment, supplies
and munitions that Russia laid up
for this purpose during a period of
Some London observers, speculat
ing on the meaning of the Bessara
bian move, hail it as one of the most
ambitious strategic plans since the
bc ginnilag of hostilities, and predict
that it will prove a colossal attempt
to break the backbone of the (er
manie 'Allies' whole line across the
lialktaus. Thus one critic says:
"The plan is tati. Russia and the
other allies, moving from different.
stiles, shall me.t in the lialkhans and
gain complete ntstety of that penin
sula. If they siueceed Turkey will be
stbdied and th- vitals of Austria
liungarv mnaccd." -
So loug as Iussia: keeps up le r
present activity just north of the lIu
inanian border. the attitude of Rum
mania will coitinne to grow in liii
iorance. 'T'here have been m:y:v
assertions in the Euttentie capitals
that Rumania was about to nte,i' the
war on the side of the Entent Al
lies, but nothing to support lIhiis has
yet, been heard from creditable ln
manian son ces. .l can while in tihe
southI of the BIalkan peninsuIa, the
In tentc Allies contlnue Iheir xis po
tant. attitude toward a threatce I at
tur;, although Greece seeus in:' ltly
occupied in making various (11110
matic protests, having followed imp
her polite protest to the Entente Al
lies against the arrest of the consuls
by an ettually polite protest to the
Central powers against their aero
planes flying across (reek territory
in a raid which killed a Greek shep
herd and a few sheep.
The sinking of the steamship Per
sia with the death of an American
consular officer brings up in the Eu
ropean capitals the familiar query as
to what the United States w'ill do
now. I)Ispatches from English cor
respondents picture the sinking of
the Persia as a particularly aggravat
ed case owing to the fact that the
ship was not only hit without warn
ing or opportunity for the passen
gers to escape but was also lilt in a
most vital part, so that she sunk al
most immediately, the whole time
from t he launching of the Ior'pedo to
the dlisapipearance of the linemr being
only fDve minutes.
Int connection11 with the salhmtnartie
aetivity' in the Mlediterrante~an, it is in
teet1Ing to mnot e that an iimeta il re
1)ort sho'ws a total of onlyh 20) It-it ih
steamtshiips suink by the suibmar-ines
duin lth e tonthI 1 of D-eember wtihI
th: lo:.,s of f17 lives wbIle' ei:abt- mtei
Ilior the l'ish i- ncbinet W\ednesdny
1 il! l I red lette da tor on that dlay
liulsion atnd thle hpreiler- proba:bl'y ha
neiver hadi a mior-e difl~ct ita:-k thant i
lie will in enin~ieeingr thlis measure
21nd his. 51bePch plresetinair it to the
liou s, i s P exeted to be oneO of thle
finest effrt. of 1.is carmeer'.
I EAT A SQUARE MEAL AND
There aricleii~ hudedIs of people in
Laurtens who were not the least bit
sur mprisede when they readi~ in the "Lau41
trCns Adveritiser' thait theI Laur tens
Druig C'o. is selling .\I-o-mna on a guat'
antee to refutid t he money in ', le it
did( not mreliev-e. This r-emarkhab .dys
iieisia retiedly will i'eleve thI woi'st
case of imndigest ion, hieadlael ., dlizzi
ness or' the gener'al played- it condi
ion thant ailicts ever'y on suffer'ing
with stomach tr'oule. ' -o-tna dloes
not sim ply i'elieve, It t im~ to cure.
The L~aurmens Drug (o.fcan tell you
of maniiy well kntownt p > 1 in tii city
who this r'emnedy ha restor-ed to
health, often aifteri they have Iried
many othier miettiods of treatment with
little oi' no0 lienet. No 0ot' dlys le lsiai
rm'onedy lias inadoe so itarige a pericenat
age of ciires as .\li-o-na. it is so larige
that theo Laur-ens Drui ('o. standls
i(eady3 to meiiuit the ptrien to any otis
I owet' whlom it (lde ntit hlpI.
' the best kindl of adlvi 'bdn sis thi
tir' isn 31b- -ma hecanse i doe~rs wth-at
!i is adlver'thaed to do. .\ fewv amon th
ta liey -ionhl 0'-> notlhing withbout
teo feam' of ntifiering.
SHOOTS TWO MEN
Preacher Talley and Son Beat Up
Ernest ienson After Beling Siot,
But Mlow lilum to Escatpe.
Greenville, )ec. 31 .---Etirnest Benson,
a tarried muan, aged thirty, who was
pardoned by ex-Governor lilease No
veniber 2~3, 1 1i, While serving a sen
tence of sever years' Imprisonment for
assault and battery with intent to
kill, this morning tired a fusillade of
bullets at D). 1. Talley and the lat
ter's son, Barney, in a public road
near Travelers Rest, wounding Mlr.
'Talley in the back of the leg, while
Barney Talley was shot in each arm.
The shooting occurred about 8:30
o'clock in the main road in front of
J. R. Coleman's house. Preacher
'alley, as he is known beactise of
a former pastorate he held at Travel
lers Rest, was riding with his son in a
buggy. Benson; who was walking,
opened fire upon the Talleys without
provocation. lie fired live shots from
a .32 ealibre pistol. Two of the bul
lets went. wild, while three poorly aim
ed shots wreaked lieshi wounds, which
attending lihysicians said, will not
prove ser iots iinless complications set
Seize R(evo'1 lers.
.Alr. 'a.llev and his son jumped from
t he tli :'. Seizing, Benson, they
wr'ni'(cd the stmiok ing revolver from
his hand. .\ttracled by the shots. .\r.
C'oletni ratn front his hiouso out into
the road. Blls([n was bleeding pro
fuisely a oult his head. having been
strIl k by one or otil of the Ta: -
li'nson was thoaught to be serioutly
huiir, bul relieved these fears by run
ning from his captors. Airl. Coleman
<'a ight hin a few m1 inutis Iatr and
c:.I ried hitim to a nearhy spring to
h lhe his face.
IFeigning wea kness. I 'n1,on eleverly
sought enough liberty to escape.
Sherif hector and a ('0 f'rio of depu
ties followed later in amilomobiles in
pursuiit. The oiliers were aided in
the seareb by a posse of T''ravelerPs
hest citizens, who are anxiious to cap
Ititre 1Uen':on for feat' that !e is in
sane an ll! iht do fitrthe: harni.
Sherilft llector leailing a iposse of
deltites and citizens scoured[ the sur
rnnlhg woop, s rautul Trvelers htest
in 1ihe hope of finding lltnson, who is
believedt to be hiding in the woods,
ready to start f rouble for his pur
The posse was called off the trail
this norn lng by a phone message re
ceived at Travelers Rest that Benson
had been caught. by Chief Noe in the
Greenville News building. Sheriff
Rector telephoned a Piedmont report
er that he would give a reward of
$50 for information and conviction of
the person who phoned the false re
port to a citizen of Travelers Rest.
This false alarm, he said, greatly in
terfered w0ith the search as many in
the posse who gained wind of the re
ltor' 't trnedl homne, hlgteiv~ng tNhIat
htensoni wa';s in ('tstodyv at (reonville.
TJhoe1 frst informa t Ion that the po
1lien had gaineod of t ho all egod cap
Itoldl t hat a in: t eivijng hits niatn' as
I ha~i~e t aen a gr'ea It ma y '' I it
coughi iteh totr enid.3. .\ii'r tkingC it
t ('(31gh ;al was dI: iIpears," wihi . ..
I. .\oor'eai. I 3 t \'alley, ( 2;. ('ata in
a tble (eery whlere'.
To'i keep your3 h liter3 a1iv tuse I):'
king' New~ .i'e i'ills-. Tih '. in'ture
gotod digistion. relieve (conlsipat ion,
antd tonie tul the wh'oleq systm keep((l
VIour ey'e clta andugc vout Il' fre::h'~2t an
tealIliv lokitg. Onl :t ' 2 atI yotr
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* YS'G FS
Youn jgs, .Iani. 3.-.\Mr. Autst in Abter
cromie and faily3 have mioved~ to
Chi'stmans has ended with lisomte very
.\ r..J..I. .\lanily gave a singIng to the
young peolte Sunday night last, wh'icho
was enjoyed v'ery much. Those pies
ent wetre as follows:
AlIsses LIllie .\ac RIddle, LIIIlian
Poole, Otis Glenn, ll e and .\ aude
Abercromie, .\essrs J1. Leroy mnith.~
Avin RIddle, Erwin Owens, I). Wyatt
Glenni, Frank 1Duck, Gaston Ablereromn
Ie, Paul Keisty, Jlohn lDewey and l'yra
M\ossrs J1. TL. Sm IthI and l'. L. Iiiddlec
havi ~e gone to Laureni t ont ( biusIiess to
'0e1 ti otday.
tFoundit i Mitre TIlhr.
has used( (Chiamberlain's Tlalets fori
121y8. "'Chaberie'l's 'Tahtt are ii'
Itest I have cver' ased."' Obtaiinal t-.
WE FIX WATCHES AND EYE
GLASSES AND SELL NEW ONES
WE WANT TO DO YOUR REPAIR WORK ON WATCII,
JEWELRY AND EYEGLASSES FOR TIHE GREA 7, BIG REASON
T114 T WE'VE GOT TIJE MA TEIIA LS AND KNOW 110W TO DO
IT RIGIT AND THE IRICE V.L BE REASONABLE. IT WILL.
I'A Y YOU TO COME TO JJS FOR TiE Si TlSFACTION OUR
WORK WILL GIVE YOU|
WE CARRY l FULL LINE OF JEWELRY, SILVERWARE
AND OPTICAL GOODS AND WILL. iiE PLEASED TO GREET
YOU IN OUR S TORE.
THlE Il.IA HLE JE1:WELE-.RS
u amrM wumm m .msna a r a-mxmy-:mawr."w am r".o. y:.rwa:-a marcunanm1 aamm .
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to the exclusion of all others. In Mendleson's
you are not only assured pure concentrated
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extra large can (20 ounces solid Lye instead
of 16) means economy.
No other ten cent can will saponify eight
pounds of -grease or make four pounds of soap.
One pound can make fifteen pounds of soap.
For cutting grease from pots, pans and sinks,
scouring woodwork, kitchen furniture, disin
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Three Forms "-Solid, Granulated and Ball
Tosizes --- 10Oc. and 5c.
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