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* ElKOM NEWS. *
Ekoin, Feb. 21.-Wve are so glad to
see this beautiful spring-like mot n
Ing. The farmers are plowing in a
Messrs C. B. Dobo and D. Mahaffey
of Laurens were at Union church Sun
day afternoon and Mr. Hobo tnade a
fine talk on the Sunday school lesson.
3ir. Mahaffey also inade i good talk.
All present enjoyed their talks and
hope they will come again.
We also had with us Sunday after
noon Mesrs tiny and iarle illedge,
ANr'. .1asic Simmons, \l r. Ilosie \alker
and othlers tromt l'ophir who added
intuch to our singing progratu. \\e are
alasghad to have these g'ood sing
ers with uts.
\\'e are srrv to hear of) the Sioits
illnes:, of li1tl .\lary 11i;1. daughIllter of
\I t- . 2't ....&~ 11. .....L l
.\l i't O nd .\Lt .-.- (i on i 'I ii l .
\ a kIn wi;:t ;".t:.:u aon d .r try \ w ieS n
i(1 . s ent ,:rula u it:h ;i: .I .l sie 'u -
.\lvs. l~a (' the t. n, \1: . .littat
:\larlin :c1l linie men i. .lones, and .\Ir .
31ar1 'ia Wilau:un ;rt. of Thursday w\ithi
Alrs. i ('!! crtsonl ain l daughter.
al,. \'.'. .\lopit nd dtughtM er, \lts.
A. 1t. Tihotue. visited .\irs. .lanei ('ul
bertson and family Thursday.
Mr. .aty (oier. .\iss iWiiionai iahaney
and \li; laurence u.lhertson spent
a while wvith Dr. ('ooper and wife Sun
Mrs. .\le (ulbertson and daughter.
Pearl, spent .sonday with ir rs, It. ii.
Coley and fatily. It was irs. t oley's
ir. and irs. l. Il'. El edge spent
Sunday with their daughter, Mlrs. T.
1Il.\Iltl' NOT3li I'(T 1 l'O!t'I'(' . .
iermany ('oialtin of ieizure af
Berlin, l''ebt. 7-. .-(lerinany has adl
dressed a shiarp ntole to l'otugal ill
p)rotest atgainst seizure of (berinal:
Inlechant. vesselis by the P'ortilge e ett
thor'ities,. TIhis inea-sure is character
Ized as at violation of Cermtany's trea
ty rights, and the hope is express(<
that Portugal will rescind its actions
IS YOUR COMB FULL
OF FALLEN HAIR?
What to do When Hair (Cotes Out.
Loose hairs in your coinb and bruss
Is Nature's way of waving a red flat
In your face to tell you that your halt
and scalp are losing vitality and that
it is time you did sonmething for them
Don't. disregard the warning. A lit
tle attention now ilay mean long, thick
luxuriant hair for you for years (c
come. A lit.tle further neglect and thin
dry, dull, lifeless, brittle hair and
finally bal1(1ness may result. To vital
ize the scap 'til it tingles with vibrant
energy-to make every hair on your
head heal Iiity-- - gel a package of I'ari
sian Sageftrom the attrenis I)rug ('ot
lany or ainy good drttggist in tow n ai.
rub a little right into your sealt, witlh
the fiuger tips
Patrisitn 'lage ac'ts dlirt'(tly otn thi
entire ('ell life' of tihl hait' -tromt root
Ftimutitittg a be'atutiful glossy- texilure
and1( glorttiou luxuita-nce. Not ice howi
(quickly youri imi' stops (oinlg toilutt
br'ush atnd -oiit - how it. i5 easier to
handule andI dres-:s and how~ all signs~
of it('hing er dandrulf n tic1k ly disiti
PearI. it is not1 'xpeiv'e~4.
"Mariy P'an"e Is On Iite Waiy.
starrinig I binty \\'althiall andu Eildna
of wvhichi thIere has ton so much('l talk in
the miagainies andi ntewspaper's- is
comhing to I ~:iirtes.
Tfhe 1(dl'e bittr t'heI a ter' has hotioed
bie shlownt on1 i-'rblayi.
ever', is a 'tmph 'to iory
the hat est thin.s in s prina andI situnune
~Sgleading parts In "The Strange
4wof Irary Page", beginnIng at the
wA3. m.u Fri.ay
VOV. M.NNING RETURNS
FROM NORltlIERN TRIP
Tiniiks Wilson Will Wint Out Over
Congress. Called on 'I'lmtan and
Sam Nicholls. ,
Columbia, Feb. 25.-The tension be
tween President Wilson and. congress
over the issues with Germansy involved
in the wishes of certain senators and
congressmen to keep American citi
'ens off armed liners of the Allies is
exeting great interest in Washington
just at present. said (lovernor Man
ningf who returned this morning from
a tii) to New York and Washington.
The governor said that it was general
ly fell in Washington that the I'resi
it'nt would will out and that the ex
'itement in coingress would 0 soon sub
\ih in \'a'shington yesterday the
govUernor atw1 Senatloi (iTilan and all
of t' Sut1 ('arolina con iessmn
x\ t .i\l r li i It les and .\ikent, 110
h ( ai a co 1r.il talk w iit ('eni re. ;i
t i .I. Nic uhIlt, and was ak nit biy Mr.
Nic'holl s I) a m eetlg of the hilitary
lug'o fni e o the llou e ofi which
('timire:.In liilHay of o irginia is chair
1tan. T hoer t I'tnor t e t Ilthe mofmliers
of the ce ltitted and talked with thetn
on the (l Nationtl auarsd situation in
South Carolina. lit- foundl Mr. Nicholls
to be one i the hard Working mem -
hers of congress and said hie enjoyed
very in uch his meeting With him.
The go veirnor also attending it meet
ing of the house committee on agri
culture of which Congressman Lever
is chairman. AMr. L~ever introduced
the governor to the members of the
committee and he talked with them
onl lite qutestion of rural credits in
which he is very acth interested. lle
found that the clomeitte is conTident
that. a rural credits bill will gel
ashuh congress at this session and
h'onresgono Lever is grieatly inter
ested in such legiYrhblion and With his
piw erftl influ nce bewhind it, the gov
enorth believes ctgsress will onact
home nishiure of this kitdl.
Sonaor Tillman was found in his
con in ancill roorl working hard as is
t1,a1. The senator talked with the gov
t rnor and shIowed that hie is keeping
in close touch with South Carolina af
fairs. Senator Tillman is looking ex
ceedingly well, said the governor, and
is taking a very active interest in mat
ters of legislation. Senator Tillman,
ats everyone knows, is chairman of
the committee on naval affairs.
The governor found business con
ditions in New York booming and the
high tide of money, which is flowing
into that. great city as a result of the
heavy shipments of war munitions to
Europe continues. The governor
found the big business men in a most
optimistic mood and they look for a
continuance of the prosperity period
for a long time.
'le governor was accompanied on
his trip norh by S. T. Carter, State
Treasurer, and they we'e suIccessfl
on thel ollic'ial business which tooks
them north. .\r. Carter remained tin
t (nu .lvernnno l .\lnn 'i i t' wi ll lk e ut
just s son a' s'i pos stble. 11oll h sno
yet had 1: t'im to ilt' upi ithe the i t'
ton srro uig tet approprt itlo af
$'1'00,( t0 51 o . repa i at s h tateI 111)
('lpitao lihi insatinli bu t eifev gtha
ra at isfac tr isolution ofg thi d lcultyi
fie thaovernocrat too s signe hat
ofmthdin (thy a commli~wassn. -
tha. wuuli (i50'eiNt h Tlaicso (lie|I
ni onwh alonnne haishe linide in
ofi'o~er s.i hi hes tr. Terms.
(I'olumbe i acti. w l-'b.eih reacr. fan
itg, Ol ( ovrno act io::t b'aotf1in- r
formda iollnt o t aninquliry for-t
einphtfrm tho reus to \'rl acc to1'5
hi.t, aridnionoraedn thes metrcon-y
Af uercai aremnt o:-rd, coniigr.Issmen
taat thsad le president il his re
Th onress illt' leveer to tienator ~
"1on tist fo ton sakemn ofAnd'a ..
entbarralmindm with fore~g eaign
radillns.ot braingice and rdi
honor n our coatrys by takigatinif
thrpoalionwoul btatea ey.
Ever womn ~. Tm.1Fl m
Every woman Thousands of
delights in being dollars worth of
stylish and you will new spring goods
notice that the have arrived and
most stylish buy at are now ready' for
the earliest oppor- the careful inspec
tunity. tion of Everyone.
WE HAVE THE NEW CLOTHES
That Fashionable Women want for Spring
Our New Spring Suits, Dresses, Coats, Skirts
and Blouses are unrivaled for smartness of
style, quality and reasonable price.
Charming Tailored Suits
Of Poiret Twill, Garbadine, Serge, Wool
oriSilk Soiree, Failles, Tweeds, Velour and
Bengalines. Here you'll find models that
are not commonplace. Suits that are dis
tinctive and many individual styles that will
not be duplicated $12.50 to $30.00.
. ._f Blouses in Spring's New Fashions.
The inost g1( Iorg s lill(ot n-w'I SI pring il tIonlses thIat et a li've
eve shTIown. Il-'wr rivih, new spring~ color anlcl coni.
bination. Inl ( trge'tte ( Crepes. ('pes anlud Laves, ,1
Crep. de Chinle and Soviety Satinl. I'rited $1.00 to $5.00
Specials in Silk Department.
:t -inch Ilac k Iaffet .... .... .... .... .... .... 1.00
: (i-inch all color, Tatl'ehl .... .... .... .... .... .. 1.00 MUCAM.
S40-inc h all Silk Crepe de Chine .... .... .... .... 1.00
:3(i-in ih 'Silk and cotton crepe de (hine .... .... .. .50
27-ineh Arabia Tnh Silk, only .... .... .... .... .... .25
32-inch all Silk for Shirts t nd W aists .... .... .... .. 1.00
:3i-inuuch Silk Organdie for Dresses .... .... .... .... .50
Spring Suits $10.00 New Sport Coats $5.00 New Neckwear 50c
Of lael and( white Shep)hWerd cheekC,
sm trtly tailored, collars of iHagute to 15.00 idividulnd arti't rs il
blune silks p oplin; atn excepltionual neo tel tems thina }ih-"l ci't,(gtclar e
value at. .. ........ ..$10.00 ray at so spng (oat. aso'oi(ered i ik or hi ne; lir
We Recommend Frola- new sprin volors at shads. Aiiit yo t tt
set Front Laced Corsets the 8 iit C' C NI1 a Wa r R t o
bevcanse they\ are <lesignetl on the c1ils anrsR s-ro
ret Notion epart ent. Corsets.
awrfeclly without. alteration. and I iei' Silk Inaal)t" I I iliy .50 We like to l'(C'OIIIIIthlse Corsets
are IIade (11' heaulti'ul materials i I lali Silk Lisle (lame i.C'ltl'I they fit and we'l So well.
that holdl their shmpeliness indefi
niitely.... .... .... $2.50 to $3.50 ls.... ..... .25 For (' e ype o figure we en i ry a
Spring Dresses $5.95 I'm.line iaiey II all silk. seis. lieIls s('( thepropetyle
Va~r .... .... .. $1.0 o $1.50 ro o, n t ilshl1'l11th~"
Fail'l ada Si( Poplin in all the I aC biack Kid (gloves .. 1.25 it31 i' linesC'f ahion, a 11'o'C
new shas fose, llue, G reeIn, Laies' black Silk (fI vex.....50 tle lioil io mfart thlt coles
l'enri --jutst t he fr~ockI fo)r early Pogapretltit;(ost V
pring --a display yo4u'll admi'' DeBevoise Brassieres kiom ic re.eiee the li lsil
New Blouses $1.95 50c values in a Warner' (orset, so tia
c~ery '' ol buis i A 1HA1. N
ti( urie Silk anda Crepe <le ('hine, in o ieddqaiyenbi n Ii1'1 0 IOllSII11;\
wh.ite andl all the tints, shadies aind ir"t tirri n rur n o -01 I ,1t a n rs lu t1r l
olors., in-west ide<as inl in.-k ;nd - n lcs tenio l-v re r-aete2 t e t r '~~es rv
'1100) Sil'Fl'J~tI'S !0118 10eautlil i WHI IOvilg live stock has secure'd the services or T. L. everythling that can bo (lone to il
STI1,L ASK FOIL ,ill) to high places. Stokes, formerly of Dar'lington, as8 prove tho productiveness of the farms(.
Work pr'liminary to th closing of farm demonstrator- fo the trade area surrounding Clinton. Mr. Stokcs
tC'f (onnul[t4' Has Small Ant the Iuck Ridge crevasse will not be of Clinton. far Stokes is a graduate made his first appearance before a
of FoCod, but backs Vessels for startcd until the iver has receded to of Clemson College, in te agricul- Clinton audience on tile evening of
Transaporting. a stage of foirty-seven feet, Govelrs- tural course, and has spent several February 25, when le with Mr. Long.
Natchez, Feb. 28.-More appeals for I mont engineers annoulned tonight. Years in the work of farm demnonstra- and Mir. Stuart, district agent, address
id were receivedl tonight bly the Nat-I' The p~resent stage here is 52.7. tel', having reuecntly been einpioyed by ed a gathering of about sixty or eighty
?. relief comlmittee fi'om flood suf- ItWater tonight was reported slowly the United States Government In the of the farmers and business 'men of
rer's ill tile inulndatedl ar'eas along rising in all p~arts of Conorecdia Parish. wor'k of the plig clubs in Kentuceky. the section.
luulies'er Cilk Quickly Cuoe nly.5
le lac Rierin he lisl'lt bck he owln~l ofCathla ais , d~-kik lie oe(lzecmeddyPrf
ctlon. were said to be. linde water tonight. secured. "On December fsiist I k. . very se
Chair'man Blyrneu, of' thle r'ellef coin- Tile Ouachitza Itiver', in this plarish, is Last August about for'ty of the farm- vere cold or attack of the grilp as it
lttee. Infllollcd l onirht that a sIIl1 rising at a rate of seven inches eve'y lrs and business men of this section y be, and was nearly down sick In
uantity of foodI was on hland and twventy-four' hours, it was rep~ortedl. paid a visit to Rock hill, where they Mell' wbrite two. btleta f eatheby
1 b1e furnished to flood suIffer'rs- were entertained by the Chmber of berlaini < ugh Remedy an it wa
r'ovidcd voats were obtainedi for its F"AUX lDl'3MONSTILATOlt Commerce of that city and shown the only a f6 days u~ntil I was compilete
'anisi oltation. At priesenlt It was FOIL 01,1N'rON TERRIITORLY work of the farm demonstrator em- ly restored to healthl. I firpnly believe
ated no boats are available. ployed by the people of Rock '-ll for that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
one of the very best medicines and will
No food supp~ies ]lave so far been Extra Man Put On In the County. Sal. their trade area. They were so much know what to do when I have another
Istributed by the government, it was ary Paid by Clinton People. impressed with the idea and the work- cold." Obtainable everywhere.
ated here tonight. Relief has -been Clinton, Feb. 28.-After several ing of the plan that on rotuo'ing to
irnished, however, in the way of ros- mmths spent in the search for the Clinton they organized a similar of Dining Tables on dise la
ring marooned persons from danger-n ritht man, the Chamber of Commerce chamber, with the purpose of doing' Ho