Newspaper Page Text
SHOWS OF MEitlT.
Ti'Il'tSDAY, JAN 9
"T111lE. S01,01EIt's OAVIl"
Peatu ring villiami F'ar'nui In
the stella role
10c and 1c
FiIDAY, JAN 10
"TijE WOMAN WilO tAVE"
ioeaturing Evelyn Nesbit, the
wife of larry Thaw.
A Fox Super-Feature.'
0c aLndI 20c
S.\'UIDAY, JAN 11
Episode No. 1I of
"11E WOMAN IN THE WEB"
Thel( next to the last chapter of
this interesting serial.
"Ti'l E FATAL IETi'URN"
A Western story in bwo reels.
AlbtE WIVES UNREASON.
A lieystone Comedy.
10c' ami,- the
loc V1 11(111- 1O .3 a cjiv
MONDAY, JAN 1:1
We pr-esenlt for yourl appr-oval
the ftirst road show of tlhe sea
sonl ini I saurens1)
,i'll E (E I It 1, I IT 1)I''T A
This show\\ comeIRs to Laurens
with a good replitation and (ar
its its own sweniery.
This will be a good show.
/ and $1.0
TVl-D'SDA Y JAN 1-i
\lA , Von ature of merit.
"('l4)0SE VOlt EXITr"
AV Suinshi ne t('omiedy.
ose how Ihlie fiish is goihg
EdAN o. 1ROAD.
nly oing morafty .his ickle.
-"lNII:l F.ALSE 11EI~iINSES"
A oweste li lay.
Our Motto-aNothlg Too ood
In use forover 40 years!
Thousands of voluntary
letters from women, tell
ing of the good Cardul
has done them. This Is
the best proof of the vahlte
of Cardul. It proves that
Cardui is a good medicine
for women. -
Ther~ are no harmful or
habit -f rming dirugs in
Cardul.( It Is cgmposed
only of~ mild, -edicinal
ingredie ts, w th no bad
The Woman's Tonic
,You can rely on Cardul.
rSurely it will do for you
Swhat it has done for so
r^many thousands of other
rwomen! It should help.
S "I was taken sick,
S seemed to be . . . ,
writes Mrs. Mary E.Veste,
of Madison Heights, Va.
"I got down so weak,
could hardly walk...
just staggered around.
. . . I read of Cardul,
and after taking one bot
tle, or before taking qluite
all, I felt much better. I
took 3 or 4 bottles at
r-that time, and was able to
, do my work. I take it In
ethe spring when run
r down. I had no appetite,
S'and I commenced eating.
r It Is the best tonic I ever
saw." Try Cardul.
p * p e p * p p p * p e p op . * p
* Report of the *
* HOME SERVICE DEPAlITMENT *
* For Deceniber. *
The -rei)ort for December of the
Home Service Section shows that the
work is increasing; sixty-one more
families were dealt with in this
month than in any preceding month.
The following is the report, in brief:
'aniilies heiped through December,
Families Nwhio received personal at
tention, such as visits to their homes,
lettors and interviews in their behalf,
help for the sick, 64.
Families who received aid at the
otfce and for whom l'otters to the gov
ernent were written, 103.
The volunteers who helped in this
work in the mont11 of December were:
Mir. R.1.NIekels, Dr. Rt. N0. Ilughies,
AIr. V. l. Along, Mr. L .G. Balle, Mrs.
it. M0. Copeland, Airs. A. J. Christopher,
Airs. Stoney, Mirs. Albert Dial, 'Mrs.
Will 'lliehey, MIss Virginia Agnew,
.iss llanye, Aliss Louise Simmons,
Mrs. A. G. Hart, Miss Charlotte \le
(owan, Mirs. l,. S. Bolt. Mrs. Nathan
Richardson, Miss Ruth Easterby, Mrs.
T. "". Switzer, Aliss Allnie Simpson,
.lrs. \ance Irby, Aliss Annie Childress,
Ilouston1 Roper, Duckett Younug. liar'
ol ii udgens.
* 1, NTON N Ell'. *
K'litol, Jan. G.-.\iisses .Alay.Owens,
lleil liiley and .lary iuth Cope
land left Alonday for Wintlirop after
Spending tlie holidays a home.
Mt's. Hubert Pitts is visiting her par
ents at lockmart, ("a.
Alrs. F. K. h.1iealy is visiting her
parents at Waterloo.
Mr. anl( Mrs. ). W. Alason spent last
Thursday in Columbia with their son,
G Is, who is inl the hospital at Caip
.Jackson Iwith appendicitis.
Mr. and M.\rs. T. (". Iobertson spent
several days last week at Clemson.
Miss I-mlllli IteRobertson is spendiig
a few days ill Iaurens witi friends.
M.\rs. .1. P. .Jacobs, .Jr., delightfully
entertained tle members of the Knit
ling Club Wednesday afternoon.
All's. Frank Fleming, of Augusta, is
Ohe guest of her da ughier, Mrs. Cyrus
.l iss i"iilmie Young has returned to
Brenau after spending the holidays at
Alr. .Jeff Willis spent several days
here last week with his sister, \liss
li. .1. W. Ieames spent last Tues
day in Columbia.
Alisses Agnes Illnry. Elizabeth
Yoig and Iorrile Bailey r'e ituned
to Chicora ('ollete lasI Fridaly'i after
4emling Il holidays at home.
issis .\lary Owo'en and lieIlen
a iby spint last Friday aid Sat urday
ill I 41 n-(lls witi Ar. alid Ars. I iarold
Alt's. -le:tnor lhuckett .olumson anld
(iiren, oif Newherry,''~' Sietl se'veral
days here last wveek with rielat ives.
.\ ir. Jun. Tihor'nl1y anil family have
retur ned from Pick ens wher('Ie t hey
slpent the ho)1lays with reclat iv.es.
Al\ir. and Mlrs. J1. 1). Partker' and JT. 1).
Parker Jrl.T', spent last week in Atlan
Ia with relatives.
Al iss lFranees 0' Daniel left \londay
for Win thruop a fter' spendinug thle hol I
(lays at home.
- e eeee 0 ee aS e *PP S
* Ei((~il Ni!-:WS. *
1lkom,.1 .a n~. G.-Te ('hr ist mas 'hol i
days wer'e v'ery (litly't1 spentt iln this
i'Tere has been a good deal of sick
ness and the wealthier bad uttil (eery
b ody h'as been staing at htotme.
YOUR OLlD SHOES
Make Them Wear Like New'
As Did This Canadian
A Canadian armtuy omeecr, William
lemetfttonl, of t he famoutts i'rinetss l'at
~mntold (If I the (xtraordlinaryt
w''ariv '1 himti byv a pirt itf atrmy 1boots
t Net n) or'I it i >'O/ I re r afir nN
detslructise coalitiotns putt the first
l)air of Nenl it !']0s ( it Iof butsiness,"'
said Ijieuten i em I erton), ''but ordli
ntary soles w uld( hr 'e gone to pieces
in much le'ss i me."'
D on't t hro\ aw shoes5 that can lie
repaired. I lav ' ti -m~ re-b~ot tlmed with
tough, dlurabl Neolin Soles. Any
cobbler or repotrman will do tile work
for you. Thle price is no more thani
for soles that give less wear. Itemem
ber-Neolin Soles ate cre'atedi by science
to lbe what soles should lbe. They
are flexib~le and waterproof as well as
diurale. They come on new shoes of
all styles. Th'ley are miadeL by The
G.ood year Tire & Itubb~er Cornpan y,
Akron, Ohio, who also make Wingfoot
Heels--guaranteed to outwear any
There are several cases of influenza
in our community.
,Mr. H. H1. Pinson's family, iMrs. Bar
bara Culbertson's family, and 'Mys. J.
G. Cooper have all been real sick, but
all are better except Mrs. Cooper. She
Is right sick yet.
Messrs. J. W. Thome and Fred Pen
ington are the now cases of "Flu" re
ported in, our section.-. We hope foi
them all a speedy recovery.
Mr. Gray Cooper is-s-e4 tills week
.\rs. Brissey, who was badly burned,
several weeks ago, is still slowly i
Rev. Mlr. Smith praclied a fine ser
Imon at Union church Sunday; and has
been called to supply the church thIs
We were very sorry indeed to hear
of the death of Mr. Kirk Godfrey, of
Clinton. and tenderly symlpathize with
hIs mother, sisters and brothers hi
their hour of grief.
.Mrs. lugh Wallace spent a part of
the Christmas holidays with her
mother, Airs. .ane Culbertson.
3M ss Myrtle Culhertson left Sunday
afternoon to resuime her school work
Misses .largaret and Nell Cooper
spent a few days of last week with
their aunt, Mrs. A. It. Thonie.
.\lr. Gerald Mcalaniel returned to
%lsoi collge last week:
Air. Earle Elledge, who has recently
r-urned from Newport News, visited
his siste'r, Mirs. lItraile MclDaniel, last
We ateeglaul to welcoie 'Mr. 1at
('ooper and family, and MIr. Helly
Cooper andl family into onr11 communto -
A happy aid )I prosperous New Year
[I w NEAft AOIIEEl:31ENT
UInited Sitates and Great. HiritiII inI Ac
Cordt1. Lenigne of Nations. Protti.
nentit. Stalesmnit Declares Natfion Ilts
Shownii That, it Exple(ts Such Action1.
Pais Jai. 2..-The view is now 111(l
in A mericai oflicial quarters that tHie
attitude of tle ltritish leaders shows
sich voord ination with the American
viewpoint as will facilitate a tautuial
agreettent before the peace congress.
After the close of the recent confer
ences and the public demonstrations
altending Presi(ent Wilson's visit to
londo'i, one of the foremnost Briltish
statestmen %ummled itup tile situiaioti
"I would not think of having the
peace congress close iitil it has estah
lished a league of iations as oitliieI
by Prtesidet Wilson as thle Tli ti ish na
tion has clearly shown that It expe'ts
1hat to tbe (one."
Mr. Ilalfour., the iltritish fotreign sec
retary, after his coi ferenc(es herv has
proevieid to Cannes, "liere he will
rettun until the tiidlie of next week.
lie and l'remiier l.loyd G(eorge .will be
inl Paris oil lhe retirntl of 'resident
W ilsonl froml Italy. It is thenl that1 the(
r'eal woIk of Ihe ilterallied onfirencie
will begii. This will i not he by any
formal mieeting atroutnd the table at
the iiutse't, as ('ompiar'at ively few dele
gates will lbe int l'aris at that . time.
bitt the infortmal eonifer'ences will lbe
promgress55 ie'lyi imotain ft'om thietn on,
as I he infor mal in terallIied con ferttee
antd I hat will grtadual11y mer'tge into
Ste peace congress, wit hout anty exact
delitmitation oif dlates.
It is unider'stoodl that a special ('0m-1
mitt will be "ii ide hsigniated( to formuilate
a plan for' a society of nations, on
whiiichI the Frtenchi membner will p rob
aly b'le I .eon ltou rgeois and the Eng
Ili muetmbert, ILord( lRobertt Ce(c(il, hothI
of whiomo are believed to have thieir
pr ojet s well along towa rd ('omp lle
of the South (Carolinta (lhildt'en's I lomte
Soc(iety' withI otlieos in tile l'nionu Na
tionital ltank( hiuildihg of C'oliumbiia, was
a visitor' in the ('ity y'esterday. Tlhe
"io(ie'ty5'spittcip~al wor'k is int finding
Irelandni was here ini answ'er toi sevet'al
imuiiri,'s whicht the~ society had ireceiv.
i'd fromi ele((t1 ini this sluti(4n who de
ied to adoi homeiile:ss ohhire. 8'he~
Ia to the C ov~'l m iibi o ll ' 1(11 i
(''iaid of Tlhtanits,~
''We with to t han tiour11 fr'iied f'or
theirt'hel p andl sympilathy ourim: tie
recentt iiliess t inlt' fatmil1y anmd the
deat h of ourt dlaughlt'r and sisteri, .\trs.
ltuth .\ liller' Atchisoni. .\lay (hyd
All persons are htereby w'arned1
a galist huntinag, fIshIng or ot herwise
I respassing up1on my lands, and( iIola
1(ors of this warning will Ihle pr'osecuted
to1 the full extent of the lawv. T1. P.
SpecIal v'alues In spt'ing seat,
heather' uphlolster'edl Rockerms.
S. M. & E. 11. WILKES & CO.
Colds Cause Grlp and Influenza
LAXATIVE DIROMO QtJINtNE Tablets temve theu
ca&o. There is only one "Bromo Quinine.
,The assurance of material for qua
production of Buick cars enables th
Buick Motor Company to establishi
following prices t various Buic
models, effective an ary first, 1919.
These prices wil t be changed during
our present deal rs' selling agreements.
Three Passenger Open Model H-Six-44 - $1685
Five Passenger Open Model H-Six-45 - - 1685
Four Passenger Closed Model H-Six-46 - 2175
Five Passenger Closed Model H-Six-47 - 2385
Seven Passenger Open Model H-Six-49 - 1975
Seven Passenger Closed Model H-Six-50 - 2775
Buick Motor Company, Flint, Michigan
Pioneer Builders of Valve-in-Head Motor Cars
MACHEN MOTOR COMPANY'
E. W. MACHEN, Salesman.
Biggest Stock of Tires in Town---Leading Make-,
On account of shortage of clerical help
and the high .prices we are having to
pay for cotton seed and labor, we are
forced to turn our p oducts into cash as
quick as p ssi e. So we are selling
meal and s FOR CASH ONLY.
PRICES ON HULLS AND MEAL
Hulls . . . . . $1.00 per hundred
Meal . . . . . . $2.75 per sack
Laurens Oil. Mill