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You Need a Tonic
There are times in every woman's life when she
needs a tonic to help her over the hard places.
When that time comes to you, you know what tonic
to take-Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardul is com
posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act
gently, yet surely, on the weakened wonmanly organs,
and helps build them back to strength and health.
it has benefited thousands and thousands of weak,
ailing women in its past half century of wonderful
success, and it will do the same for you.
You can't make a mistake in taking
The Woman's T nic
Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4 Alma, Ark.,
says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medic ne on earth,
for women. Before I began to take Ca dui, /1 was
so weak and nervous, and had such wf dizzy
spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel a Well and
as strong as 1 ever did, and can eat most ything."
Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all alers.
Has Helped Thousands.
Here 's A ' Tip' On. Rheumatism
AN ACCURATE DESCRIPTION
When your arm or your leg feels "all knot
ted" with rheumatisIn, when you feel as though
your muscles were "tied up with a rope," you
are really describing your pains accurately.
Rlheumiatism is a condition of the body when
acids and other deposits of inpuities are ac
tually "t icing -up" the stramds of muscles in
your body, or strangling the nerves and tius I' m SwirTPnCIricco.
producing the awful shooting pains of sciatica. , ATL4NT.\A.
lumbago, etc. ledical authorities agree that - UA
these acid deposits are c rried and deosited ) - V..
by the blood in the various parts of the body -
It stands to I S n, therefore, that locail appll -
cat ions such as rubhing with so-called remedies '":/' Prkc Sie.$I.001rioilIe
canl't do any p~lirianet good. At be:t they j (.,,tr
can relieve t0he pain a lite and only for a P- SI 7P.i k
little while. The only way to effect a real curo
is to attack the real cauoe-tle blood. It is Til SWIFTSPECIFICCO.
cleansed frot the t roubleoi t deposits by
troublsome eposit by TLAINT .TIFZORtt
S. S. S., the reliable blood puriller that is now
easing the pains and healing the Ills of the third
generation. S. S. S. "goes after" the Impurities
in the blood as relentlessly, as eagerly and as
thoroughly as a ferret goes after rats; pursuing
the poison into every vein and artery, into every
nook and corner of the body, and chasing the troublesome substances
out of the system. The blood thus cleansed, carries off the acid and
other injurious deposits and "filters" them out of the body through the
kidneys. S. S. S. is not a drug. It ist a purely vegetable blood purifier.
You can get S. S. S. at every drug store. But it in addition you should
like to have the advice of the doctors in charge of our laboratory, do not
hesitate to write us. You will receive free, conscientious and confidential
advice. This is in line with 'our policy to make every effort to insure the
best results from S. S. S. to every sufferer. Get a bottle at your drug
gist's today. if you Wish special advice, write to Medical Department,
Room 45, Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Georgia.
Here's an imp~1ortanft fact; one-half of
all the cars on American highways
are Vords. Because Ford cars have
given snt isfaction from the begin
ning. Every Ford ow.~nc r is a Ford
booster, for the car more than meets
his expe'ctatioin. Consider the record
of the Ford first and you won't
look furt her when you buy.
Runabout $390; Touring Car $440;
Coupelet $590; Town Car $640;
Sedan $740. All prices f. o. b. De
troit. On sale at
Craig Auto Company
* W. C. Waldrop, Mgr.
Phone 334 Laurens, S. C.
A combination of both ilqid and
?sie. The podcea briiant,
These plleeeotalane aeddaa
will sot crack the leather. They
preve lb. leather sad increase
* the lfe of your shoes.
TiE F. F. OALLE CO., li., Ut|FFALOI.T.
LAW GOES INTO EFFECT.
Anti-Shipplug Provision Serves io
('lose Locker Clubs and Beer Sa.
Atlanta, Ga., April 29.-Georgia's
new prohibition law, one of the most
stringent passed by any State, prac
tically went into effect this midnight.
The anti-shipping provision serves to
close the locker clubs, beer saloons
and stops dispensing of liquors by the
more influential social organizations
after May 1.
Virtually all the clubs had pur
chased stocks in the past few months
with the proviso that any left over
could be shipped back when the law
went, into effect. Much of this was
shiped out of the State today and to
Many dimiculties are placed in the
way of the person who wishes to have
shipped the small amount allowed by
the law. 'Transportation companies are
held responsible for the consignee
signing a receipt, attested by a no
tary public and the delivery of the re
ceipt to county ordinaries. Attorney
General Walker yesterday decided that
the transportation companies could
not charge the usual notary fee for
witnessing such receipts and that
every agent of the companies could
act as notaries to the extent of wit
nessing liquor shipment receipts.
One express company has announced
that it will not deliver liquor, but At
lanta has leased a spacious store room
where all liquor shipments will be
handled and where special accommo
dations have been provided for con
signee to get their packages and go
through the legal form wit I as little
annoyance as possible.
Tie law prohibiting advertising of
littuor will make it necessary for such
advertisements in newspapers and pe
riodicals to be eliminated before they
can be sold in Georgia.
Statutes w hich govern the new oen
ditions are coiuposed of three laws.
Sassed at a special sessiot of the
legislature which met last lDecemler.
Ilriefly they provide that no beverage
contitainitg more than l-; per cent al
(obol may be sold, that one person
may not receive iuore than two quarts
of liquor, or forty-eight pints of
beer or one gallon of wine in any thir
ty (lays, and that no liquor advertising
may appear in any publication dis
tributed in the State.
Under the old law, operative for a
number of .years, the alcoholic per
centage allowed made beer saloons
possible, and in the absence of ship
ping regulations locker clubs could
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* JONES NEWS. *
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Jones, April 2-1.-We had the pleas
ure recently of meeting our warm
friend, Mr. Dug Emerson of California
and our schoolmate, John Zigler of
.\l r. .lohin Sitmmns of Waterloo visited
his dauighiter, .\lrs. W. T'. Joties, Jrt..
.\tr. Sanimie Itasor of .Mountville,
foirimrly of t his place, was hetre last
Ini companmy withI Wa lter aiid Frank
Joties and oum' teacher, \lrs. G;. la.
iraham.ii we attnded " Field D~ay" in
Grteeniwood an ten ijoyed tl'i e'X exerises.
W\e recenitly niet our warmii fr'ietids,
('apt. Elkins and Mtl. Eillis of Grteen
wood, who servedl with conispiciuus
bravery in the Civil Watr and we ttrust
they iiay be spared ma ny yearis to en
joy. the blessings of w.ellI spent lives.
The following candidates were re
ccently~ in our mnidst:I lomier t'llac kwell,
oif 12aurtens; Etheredge of Phloeniix
andit halaude Wy'~se, 11. 1,. Golden a nd
Shie'ppar Ye ~ldell1 of Grceen wood.
Thec .\t. Ghallaghier school itienle
will be next Sat urtday, 29Ith, and a
cordial welcomte a waits all whoi( attendc
Wec recently had the pleasure of
meiet ing Mlessrs~ Clemumons of Tennes
see. Mlead of D~elaware and M\r. and
.\ rs. Edmtiondosoni of Washintgton, who
are visititig their daughter, Mirs. II.
IRev. (Copeland of Brewerton filled
his apipointmnent yesterday ando gave
its an excellent sermon.
M\r. hierring of Mlarion, is visiting
the family of lisa father-in-law, Dr.
Mir. (3. . (Grahiami has sonic very fine
pigs for sale.
Mir. J. A. Ellison of Drewerton, at
tendled preaching here yesterday.
Biorni on 21st inst., to Mcr. and Mirs.
J1. A. Scyimore, a daughter.
Mliss Nonia Riley of Spartanbutrg,
spenit the week-end with her father,.
Mt'. 0. 13. Riley.
11er. J. lB. Cotinelly of Prihncetc't,
wll ptreach here next Sunday t 5th
Sunday) afternoon and w.e cordIally
invite everybody to conic and hear
Don't forget to arrange your plans
to attend the Jones picnic on Wedlnps
day, 24th of May. Those wishing to
bid for the refreshment stand can
write to nr W. T Jones
* DIALS NEWS.
'Dials, April 24.-The school at this
place closed Friday. . Saturday a pic
nic was given. Notwithstanding the
very busy time, quite a large crowd
was present. Everyone seemed to en
ter into the spirit of the occasion, and
"mirth and joy" were unconfined.
Prof. Ralph Wilson of the Gray
Court-Owings institute was the prin
cipal speaker. His address was a
masterpiece, and was enjoyed by all.
Many helpful point were gained and
which no doubt will be carried out in
the near future.
At noon a picnic dinner was served
on a large table under the wide
spreading trees. Everything that
could possibly tempt the "inner man"
graced the board,
The teachers, 'Misses Winn and
Wright have had a most successful
term and it is with regret that we
learn Miss Winn will not return. Miss
Wright however, has accepted and
will teach here again next year.
Messrs DeShields and Drummond
of Lanford, attended the picnic here
Mr. Charles McCall, Mrs. Alex Mc
Call and little Boyd, spent Easter
with relatives in Helton.
\Irs. Roberts and daughter off
Blacksburg, are on an extended visit
with Mirs. Ambrose loider.
Mr. Wright of Tylersville and Mr.
Clyde Childress of Laurens, were in
attendance at the picnic Saturday.
Miss Eula Winn left Sunday for her
home in Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gray were visi
tors of Mr. and Mirs. Arthur Vurry
Mliss ('lae and Nannie (''mpbell are
visiting relatives in Itelton.
Miss Hlaskell Wright of Tylersville
was a week-end visitor at the home of
\irs. ii. Y. Simmons. She was accom
panied home by her sister, Miss An
Misses Vena, Lola and Ethel Martin
have retuarned home tl'omi a short visit
with their sister, Mrs. Tom Hramlett
.lr. Sam Curry has returned from
a recent visit in ('haleston, where he
was the guest of his brother, Mr.
Pluner Curry of Salome Springs, Ark..
who in company with others, was con
ducting a meeting in the "city by the
sea". Mr. Curry has many friends
here who rejoice that he is making
good as a singing evangelist.
The many friends of Mr, Arthur
lHarris will be sorry to learn he is ill.
However, we all hope for him a speedy
There will be a school entertain
ment in the auditorium of the Eden
school building next Friday evening.
the 2Sth. The entertainment promis
es to be an interesting one. A small
admission fee of 10 and l5 cents will
be charged, and a cordial welcome
awaits one and all who see fit to at
Mr. and Mrs. .ohn Kellett, Mrs.
Ludie Baldwin and children of Iiick
01ry Tavern, wer'e in our midst Satur
day. Mlr. Kenllett is in tihe race for
shieri ff anrd has miany friends liere who
are gotig to see to it, that lie miakes
a good race.
.\ Cess1s Jtohn Simmi ionis, Eriest liar
ris. D avid fl rownilee anrd Wiliei ii arri s
.\1r. and t ii 1rs. Itoh Gra vUi* s ited .\3r
Z. N. Grtay arid family Sunday.
.\lr. llob .\lotre atnd fai ly, .\!r. andl
.\lrs. Hartley Owvings, andi~ Misses Ethel
andi~ Lucy ('heek were visitors of Mir.
l'mmtta Willis and faitly Sundi~ay.
Mir. C. F. Hrooks arid M\rs. H. A. Suil
livan of Laiurens visited their mot her,
Mirs. 1. S. Brooks Sutday.
M\r. Frank Year'gin who has been
teacing ini the lowe' part of the
state, is at home for the summer va
cation, as is Milss Nita llunter, who
taught the past session in Kline.
Mir. J. Archie Wi'llts of Atlanta, Ga.,
mttoredC~ ov~er Sundlay and will remiain
for a fewv days visiting hiomefoiks.
Mir. ('laud Owings of 14aurens spent
Sutnday with htomefolks.
Epperson Home at Algood Destroyed.
Cookeville, Tenn., A pril 12.-The
beautiful home of John A. Epperson,
at Algood, burned Tutesday afternoon.
It was one of the most valuable resi
dences in this county and was elegant
ly furnished. A considerable piortlon
'of the household furtniture was saved.
Mir. Epperson's wife, Mrs. Clara Cox
Epperson, former president of the Ten
nessee Woman's Press and Author's
Club, is one of the most widely known
literary womnen of this state. Mfany of
het' poems and sketches have appeared
in the Banner.
'To Speedi Diggs.Catdmnetti ('ase.
Washington, Apr'il 15.-At torney
Getneral Gregory today asked the siu
itreme court for an early johit heat'
tag on the, Diggs and Caminetti white
slave cases which are up for review
on writs of certiorari. F. Drew
Caminetti and Maury I, Diggs, both
of California, are under convictions
for vinlations of the white .lave la.,
A Hand some CUar
WHEN you pay several hun
dred.. dollars for an automo
bile, why not get a good
looking one-one that you will be
proud to own, proud to drive and
proud to take your friends out in?
Maxwell owners have a just pride in
the handsome appearance of their
automobile for Maxwell Motor Cars
have the same attractive lines, the
same graceful design as the higher
In addition to good looks you
want, of course, a reliable, sturdy and
economical car. But there is no
doubt in your mind on these points
since the Maxwell a short time ago
established the World's Motor Non
Stop Mileage Record. Any car that
can run continuously for 44 days and
nights, averaging 500 miles per day
22,000 miles in all and without once
stopping the motor-is bound to be a
well designed and well made car.
Any car that can perform such a
wonderful feat on an average of one
gallon of gasoline to every 22 miles is
bound to be an economical car.
We have such confidence 'in the
Maxwell car and the company be
hind it that we are willing to sell
these cars on partial payments
and deliver the car to you when yon
make the first deposit. In justice
to yourself you ought to know more
about the Maxwell car and our
pay-as-you-ride plan. All we ask
is the opportunity to tell you.
Touring Car, $655. Roadster, $635
Prices F. 0. B. Detvit
LAURENS MOTOR CAR CO.
Laurens, S. C.
In your search for the best and most economi
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Luzianne. Each can carries this unqualified
guarantee: "After using the entire contents of
this can according to directions, if you are r.ot
satisfied in every respect, your grocer will re
fund the money you p'aid for it." We also give
a money-back guarantee that you only have to
use one-half as much Luzianne as a cheaper
coffee Write for premium catalog.
ofr m ci enfic lly grown o r ow Vail
Prompt deliver andsatisfaction guaranteed.
-. fall to ie at sactory result., an once you plant IDles
H. a nt. RAAano.