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* LETTIE FRO.1 "AUNT KATE" *
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Dear Advertiser Ienders:
A happy, prosperots and ieaceful
+w Year to all of you! May 191 iln
dtri'( he good to each or yoll! D3id any
of Youl illake ally New Year resoll
tiyns? vell if we eall't, e" .which is
Wor 1e. Woll't, live u1p to tihem, yet it
will dot vooL oil every New Year to
take stock of 'OurSelves: look our
Short-coillgs, "oilr sills of oniSSIOn7 ,
ais wvel las colimission1," sItalrely in
the face, aill ihIs while in a1 penitent
mood resolIve to d0 jlist a. little better.
Ald thal rellinds ille of Illcie .1011n's
prayer. litd ally of you ever hear the
Il vetierlanl tell it? If not, get him
Some day w lien you strike him ill town
with that bral new suit o1, to tell youI
how lie prayed once "to be shown
iiself---Now lord, just let lie
see niyself"-you will elnjoy it.
Oie of the reo-lutions 1 Iade was,
that whe1'l ole dil a comllelldabl e
nct of ally natui Ire whasoever, to slow
duo apr e ciat ion.
D)id ally of you tell our :7' od old
ei1hbo 1, e Writ. .in1st how intlech
you 'njo 'd 1hat article of his that
all for -wvoral nuilite S ill Th e Isal
rn i l i lhraid onl "Rkwolbcctionls of
7;''? 1 fully ilit'lded ti1 do so at the4
11pitn , but I in7.t ilever did tink111 of it
whi n I'd ' ii. I d id so I [ d'thor iIly
40.74. IlIL i70i I I d li Al b~eIii lii
riieWy. All my radin, is tha1t way
Ihm7ih. It coulllnt I otlew ise with
as 1'h 1 there is to do at 'his house.
S0. in order 'ha! I !iiLht 'njo thlemll)
son I- rinily daiy, I init tilf. papers care
1,lly la: lta.7 I lhou-h7: . tol away. 11111
1 !okel d h4 n for .. N. Wrigh!'s
Rec):" ei m , 11ut -.n vain 'Hlas a:1y
bodly -n1ovedi the papers I put ju11A
i r-''' I ':lrr d! of th., :hildnl . No
111, :! in. 11' !,all anyon I 1 e il
a I 'S a ; any\ tir. " -i.-h1 you'dl
Iiste 11 Ivow :111a i08 o t thre
old 7!. '' 1 one li i( h->; ''1 .-I
po h i one' eI'd I e
wa z.I 114'w Inl 1i'niy. "She liliks
vxt'l y -ik shIe hadi lo stI a vaII l IIlo
(lil ne.m ." .\I A to lill the 1 tr th I I at
is xactly 1:11t 1'y wi 11 day
prm 7. l 7 i :1 v l':.lti' e l:: ,rial
flo ' 1)' ' I-I ow v ( a l st
h1 : i h 77 i l th, only one living17 who
1 nt throUi' the ev llts thert'in l .
T 11 i l- n1!1.1an(1 :!i nin-: of t hose
!:.,o rial are-4 14. to) z0:1y to thle
mos ol us2.
I u-.! lo :ike to h a ll old aunt
t~ . . lt III ono particular finm,
wh. I-hl. or ;1 < from I.:11
T anii!: r "I - ontheir
n7 . 7.. :nd r. ::7un i thl n
w ainedapelits'. 1147r' il..i'liihl'
7re to' 7 wfy her, andI rem inded her
17f 7 , ohli alag hi4 s mIIS othleri learned o
1h' i n' fari-.1way 5iunny Francee, "'Ii is
a Ian i i ne t7 1'Ihat has ilo luring ll." AndI
7 o s it i. h Ianewl ued for us ini the
'South,17 :and( no(w in Franc11e the lan1e
Ihat s'-iieid so1 fe'arlfully long~ and)
leain" 7I7 straight to thei'r beaut ifll
vaid al7 ''a4 11urn17d by All -ricanf
I7hop' (4ome lay iii seel ihe RIi n -
\ 'ah 1 X 7(.irX who1eiwr'!t.7, I nljoy',
7 7 I \\7). I). 8."' 31. ho1w r
n7'7771' ilt 'restin177 in
Sloan's Linirnent scatters
the congeOstlon and
A litte,.aipplic' without ililg,, will
fenerat, unmecdiate'ly and re-st aund
Uoothe the ner'es.
Sloan's Iliniment 3s very effective in
allaying exteornal painus, strains, bruisies,
achles, su ff joInts1 sore muscles, lumba
go, curitis, Sciatica, rheumatic t winiges
Kabig bottle always on hand
for fa 'fy use. Druggisto every where.
s0e, com5ana *1uo
SOLDIERS WILL SEEK
Contingient front Camp1111 (lordoni to At.
teipt to Itouind Up Vleorge (rniv
Atlanta, Jan. 1O.---A contingent of
soldie's front Canip (Gor'don under the
cominand of Col. I leriman Glade of the
Porly-tiftl Infantry will leave here
tomorrow for fllairsville, Ga., to aid
in the roulidip of (eorge Urawley, an
alleged deserter fronm the local cam p,
who yesterday shot. amd pwobably
fatally wonlilded 'nited States Deputy
Mlarshal II. 1. Dixon. Announcement
of tie ex peditiloll was iade from
catlip liaduIt oters after A' laj. Joel
Mallett, selective service olicer for
Georgia, has asked Gen. George 11.
Caieron, commander at Gordon on
belial for Governor 1 Dorsey for tihe as
sistance of the soldiers.
In addition to Crawley, there are
said to le a number of other men in
tie neighborhood of Blairsville who
eihei failed to register or who de
setled from Camp Gordon after they
had beenl draftedl.
Thet diecisionl to ask for thle troops
was inade by Governor I Dorsey afteir
he ha iid receid Ilirgei appiealIs froi
lte aut horiti(-s in l'nion Couity who
des('cribed the sitiaitiion there as seri
nis fo!llo0wing thlie .1hootin1g ')f Dixon
C'r:awleY vas. one of ilaly 111in who
deetdfroni Canip G"ordonl last S1un1
l1nl', a1CC0ordina- to the miilitary :untthori
liis, and retulined to their honii s inl
the moilais of North Geor:ia and
Tennessee"w. soveral of theo deserters
returne1id to camp11. howe.ver, inl rv
spneto aIpln'als by Deputly U'nited
States :irslt I'lhoni pson b. t raw
lIy refitsed to give hitself up. 1i I
had remained in the nio nains and It
was only a day or1 two ago that in
foI-iimat ion as to his whereabouts
r-eached the federal ollivers. An at
temlpt to place hiin under. arrest re
Ituled in the shooting of Deputy
Alarshal Dixon. First reports said
the depiuty was killed, hut it is now
said lie may lIv(.
COLDS AND GRIPPE YIELD
TO CALOTABS OVERNIGHT
To break up a cold over night or' to
cut short an attack of inflIuen za,
grippe, physicians and druggists are
now 11101 rilound ing Calotabs, the( nlew
nau1lseales.s cinioinel, that is purified
from all anugrous and siekenciing ef
-I s. ThilOse' Who have tried it say
thai it acts like niagie by fair mre ef
lective and cerain (1 an tile <(Id style
calomiel. heretofore t',eonlllli ?ided by
On1ie 'alotab oil t I ti uitn at hed
time with a swallow of W ter, -tha's
all. No salts, li i -ilsl a nori tle
dtirhl interferenti ' with eating,
mrk tit ph:sures. Ni x nornig your
I i yoIll whole
id and ur illed.
b % inl oIrig-inal Seal
hv Y ll
wl I ill . ith 1 ,1
i('hnn h. i-ur n. l'rl y a nuari y l'ith
at ten' o'l k . .\l.ii- i'ii' t All church ofii
te .\s.soiiiilin t are urgedl tlen
thiri tastors aind at le'ast. tree othier
meitssenigers. Thels fotlowving sublljet's
wvItIll be discuissei:
Th Spiriitual Side of (ivinig. ('. IR.
Inlt 'eeesory~ l'irayei' aiid Gilving. .
The Worb i 'i War anid '\lissions. Ed
wa rd Lon: -.
The Obligat ion of the local Church tc
't-i-ra tet with th le C'onventlions.
Geor'iige I loplkiis.
Thlit Tudget of the (Countiry Churi ichI. J,
I it. W.illlamts.
lhesponsibiility of thie Laynmen for -
l''jianiijalt(nii on (if the ChIurchi
I'. II. holier.
tDinnier i will lie seruved att thle ('liirich
tnd a Pmor tiiIns witIli e readI and(
adopted1 l ni I fh fteroon.
TH CAUSE OF
A Constitutional Rem'edy
That Wec Guarantee
Lagrange, N. C.-"Fo 'years I
inuffered with a eronic ough, so I
Icould not steep nii h lts a d continued
to lose flesh, My thrug ist asked me
to try Vinol. It dur my cough, I
can sleep nights a d have gained
twelve pounds, oh is the best
tonic and tissue builder I have ever'
taken,"--W. D. Ren, Lagrange, N. C.
We guarantee Vinol for chronic
coughio, colds and bronchitis, Not a
patent medicine, Formula on every
bottle. Your money back if it fails.
!'' a Ial by I audilrensi- Dru'g Co. anmd
Pilca Cured in 6 to 14 Days
D~ruggsts refumd mone y If PAZ/O OINTMiENT falsM
to cuo Itchhat, Blind. fBleeding or ProtrudIng Pilcs.
Instantty gollevoa ItchIng iles and you canset
restful aleep after the utst applicatIon. Prie'
HIOLMES STREET METHODISTS
LOSE HOUSE OF WORSHIP
Fire Totally Dostroys Building Sundiay
Afternoon. hInurance Partilly Coy.
Thle Holmes - Street 'Methodist
ciurch, Rev. \V.. F. Johnson, pastor,
located Ih the 'Iaurens AMills village,
was totally destroyed by fire Sunday
afternoon about four o'clock. The fire
originated in the ceiling while Sun
day School was in progress.and spread
so rapidly that It was beyond control
whiei the firemen arrived. Low water
'ressure added to the difllculties of
the fIremen, only a meagre and weak
stream of water being secured even
after the pump on the fire engine wvas
But the rr
Lab r is I
Inc se ,
L. C. Barksdale
w displaying on a larl
1k, Wool Goods, Per
e yards. You can bu;
t our remnant count
-ing Dress Ginghams
Spring Dress Ginghams
f all shades, fast colors,
.b Percal -s
I wide Pe c es in stripes,
verside Cheviot Shirtings
Ls in stripes and checks,
verside Cotton Checks in
IC A od.1
"THE CAVELL CASE"
BASED ON FAC'r
.The Cavell 'Caset' 1which comes
to the Opera louse Thursday and
Fri'day, is the true and stirring story
of the life of Edith Caveli, the 3ritish
Ied 'C'ross nurse who gave up l her life
to save those of severali English sol
diers who were being kept prisoniers
inl a dirty, reeking ecHlar in a 110
pital in Ilelglitun.
This pictture, whieh was produced
by Plunkett anld Carroll, wias >ic
urized by Anthony Paul Kelly, author
of the big Broadway success, "Three
faevs East". John G. Adoli directed
the lictlire. It is remarkable in its
(lose adherence to the slightest detail
of tle act ual happenings in Rle!giumJ
at the t lime. Brand Whriitlock's doli
'ment is the basis for the triuth of tile
While You Sleep
No headache, biliousness, up
set stomach or constipa
Spend 1.) 'ents-- feel gralld! Tonigh
lke ('ascarels to liven your iver and
cleani your' lowels. Sbol till' V1t daches,
hiliou s spells. sourness, gI es, coated
tongui, had bireath. sall wniess and
Constipation---Take ('ie -ets and en
joy Il Ilicest, ('tilest ' liside lean1s
ing" you everI v 1erie l'd. Wake up
feeling flne. ('a. 'ae is best ea riai
tit' for c'ihireii. T: t like candy. No
disaplpoinitmi l! ' lirty mlillionl boxes
of this harmless, aml1ou1s cathartic are
sold each year now.
ag FUMEo o mN
saoal i nre e * h ot ofb tub r e
halt Sol 1. 11.1b. rl~bb fia b oft
e.aj @lkb to 9: 1 deaE,,,lt end slope 1.ll1it
srit 6a!) . a n Mok" bis br orrstubborn hair ,fr, (be.
1Iu~alAnt sad beaw, I~. Do0 nbm :=p Haller Ions or sbsti.
lette. Lrge buem. malled 15c. Tb. C oaose Co. Alafat . U.
For Sale by Laurens Drug Co.
We are no
remnants of Si
one yard to fiv
sale cost. Visi
the piece only.
Fifty pieces new
in beautiful plaids c
on sale at
Best quality yar<
all light colors, pric<
Best quality Ri
]for men's work shir
stripes and checks,
Pictoral Review Pa
Iterns are better tha
]the ordinary pa
Sterns. We carn
stock. Price 15c, 2(
and 25c each
started. A line of hose was also strung
from the mill 'fire-protection system,
but this line was also so long that the
pressure was Inconsiderable. The fire
men, however, worked faithfully iiii
der the disheartening circumstances
an11d succeeded in keeping the blaze
from spreading to adjoining houses.
As it was, however, several of the
houses were scorched and consider
ably danaged. It is thought that the
Fblaze was caused by a defective flue.
'le elchIIchI building, which wa1 V.
frame structure, was built about twen
ty years ago wlhile Mr. W. E. Lucas
.wes president of the mill. ILt, total
cost is estimated at about $4,000
though it is thought th:t $6,000 would
be required to r3build it under pres
taterial that is insured
igher. Every thing
it's good business
iour insurance today
ge counter in the cer
cales and Ginghams
v these remnants at
er today. Good va
Ten pieces of Galate
children's dresses and
ors tub proof, price
'Fifteen pieces of Shi
in stripes for men's shir
Best yard wide Ble
Best soft finish Bleac
Good yard wide Ble
Genuine Canno~n Cic
Best Pajama Checks,
Best yard- wide Shee
* Best yard wide Sea I
B~est Middy Twill, 44
Best Canton Flannel,
ks, S. C.
~ce to Traden
coit advanced costs. Insurance to tho
amount of $3,000 was carried on it.
It is a coincident worthy of noto
that while this church was burning
to !.0 ground the Mayer Mitmorlal
Lrtheran church in Newborry was al
:m bur..' -to the ground. Tie 1re in
that chur.:i altio started from a defec
ive '.uo while services were being
held In 't. The church, according to
The Nev:berry Observer, was founded
andl bui.: t ::::-r the supervision of the
1:'Ie Dr. 0. 11. 'Mayer In honor of his
'. he:-, ~Dr. 0. 11. Mayer, Sr.
Or-' Tasteless chill Tonic
restorca vitality and energy by purifying and o.
riching the blood. You can soon feel its Strength.
,ling. Inv;Ao-.ting Effect. PTice 60c.
R. H. Roper
kter of our store,
in lengths from
less than whole
lues and sold by
a Cloth in stripes for
boys' wash suits, col
rt Madras, yard wide
ts and blouses, price
aching, 40c the yard.
hing, 35c the yard.
iching, 25c the yard.
th, 35c the yard.
35c the yard.
ing, 29c the yard.
sland. 29c the yard.
)c the yard:
35c, 45c, 50c the yd.
Dne lot of imitation
aand Crochet Laces
on sale at 12 l.2c