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The Reily-Ta lor Company
THE COOK'S DELIGHT
Takes Less Shortening, Less Soda,
Less Baking Powder. Makes better
Bread with Less Work and Vorry.
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nut-like la o of. theI" whieat berry. Try~ it-.
you will thaink us.,. There i.s nothing, like it.
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U ia C r ..c 9.00 8.50 to 7.00 . 0 to 5.25 5.0% 4.00 5.00 3.
Palo d. to 7.00 6.75 to 5.75 5.00 to 4.00 3.% to .?
W in i 3.50 3.25 to 2.75 2.50 to 2.10 1.8r5 to I . 5
wa . o 2.75 2.50 to 2.25 2.00 to 1.60 1.50 to 1.25 1.50 to 0
These f gM;; prices are basel on the well-kncOVwn "SHUBER'.""
liber radi: rd are quoted for imniediate shipment. No. 3, No. 4,
and otherwi: i:rior skins at highest market value. For quotations; on
other 'Jomb iin[- a Furs, write for "le ebfmt 6ippe.' the oily re..
liable and acc - market report and price list of its kind published.
It's FR ELG---Wuik fr it.
A eiame o "SHUBERT"
resn1M gin "mnoremoe"-q ce"
"ir L. YA UR FURS DIRECT TO
T HE LA .6EST /USE IV THE WORLD DEA/NG EXC LWS LY ,N
AM ERICAN RAW
259- W Au n Ave. Dept.27C1icgo, U,
'I'll iA'l'Y IOPE)D FOR
ll' Presutiltipthie of Otoiiat1 'Iiirolte
Matkes Appeal i Belihalf of Own Peo
Conistantiliople, Dec. 3.-.Abdti \Ild
jil l'Iffei1<ii, soil of foriti'r Sutilan Alt
dliii \ziz, in1d lteir prestilliptive of lie
Ottotai 1throte, ill tit ilit erview giv
en the Associated 'ress today, ex
pressei the Iope that the United
States wotIld rttify the treaty of Ver
saillics and itade an appeal in 0ihIalf
of his own peopIle.
"It is staLtel that the Turkish Ieace
is being delayed because of the -atti
tilde of the i'nited States," Abdul sMed
jidl said. "It. shouldi be remembered
that we have beeni warring for the
last. tell years. \V are exhausted.
Pity should be takel on us tanid on
oli homioieless people who are living
il In le itill ost inlisery.
"It is a line opportunity that Ant
vrica has to he 11us. It was nIot our
'atiIt if we got inato 'war, bit because
Franc' atndl (Great liilaini sided with
ItI ssia against Its. l'or centuries we
lived on good teris. With the Fretiel
and the Iritish, an:d also we soutght
no q1utarrel with Itiussia.
"I war'tieil ie l''renelL and the
I'tnglish before the war that. they
vere forcing uts to Gertnanys side.
It would have beetn a shorter war
o'or theim% with the :Dardatielies open,
if I had been listened to. Also I real
ized that a (lernan allianiee would
ruin Its, as we already had had too
1utnY wars. What shotld hi l one
to\w? It will be reimentbered that Al
snae and l'orraitte were one of the
cauises of tlte great war. Well, If Tur
ley is partitioned it will nwake new
probltil s of Ithe saine kind.
o"i' the sake of the whole of hll
mtanty lot Ithe litited States of
Aintrtea contitl1 its Hiht for an hoit
'sI imace for all the world. Let the
lnited States. wihpse hiontor is pledg
eI in bhiialf of I Itibler peoples,
comnlinue ti!-htingI unt1il I real viclory
(I peac'i is achieved. If the liteild
Sdintes ilcc iis x t it \v i i iill in an n011 1W
di cct . iand also it mtav drag; her
ili' I , v..cil 'I ; :I I -r ! ttw 1 v! I .i I ll st
p :ic i wIh h iil s
Prin e M .\dliii is n11in2 is 1if
ivich yevar. -'Vwr ::: y r h was p
lniir 1ind i" lat1 ic u tain .\bcdl
dit a :b on Ih. heigi h .- itf
part of i tcnc io : niiiuIi lirr
cci 'i t''. icbi N' < y .: cindi cciiiI
whi I.(. i d cclin i l ii h
hl iI rope
aan' .\ll w'U'Ticn ticTukih iw:it
S l 'ii 11-: (' hWi . Ii'''cli "
UlfV:S .MORE1 TIMEi
..\ ii ta li ' cI I! Eu i' ic i (1 l1 ( c if ~ 4. '
'alis, cIi 'n j. The S1enc' co il il
hI.; xid i'i di until ah-ceinbe r % tI ic
iiinev allowed i0tunutnia to reply Ill thei
ituell' ~ ini ic's notc .cc''c li iI.i'
Ani offi(-ial noto of sp nah r
arin' (h it lay, after reviewin4 thle
lidtory of I h- relations with iuc n i'i i ,
"All those pati(I eff t-s retsullted
ini ) n iiude cirh-iliatory i
onlly, ))tit tIm.l."tive ill (&eds."
The' c wt-' il decid d <,n Nov inh 1 r 1.7.
to in ci' a ltic. appeal. as the 11un1o Hlln
it 14 )r lninania's; anwekr expirod lI -
The R"11nu.1ni:1n rely, howe0Ver "T he
noe ay.'wa nI inl conlferinity0 w-ih
tha p4-ccld hy Ill- :Iii.p* pnc() . -ci ncjl.
ver. re < utun -ih of he ov.parlia
in''ut lite- 'a'',i \vas i cil -c o c.
ci , ric \ins i
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<li cc\\ cciesdayi. c -cc'
.~c ccin' l:nowcc'.;- ih Ic.icccii c
thei (dar werce'i huci ci Im3 iai l di i cip ji jn
cc. al icby onei iin.icn andi t w.c woinc'd.
:ccd i c, w as 'evidi n ac c cari fron i -
eie ill 'i ;cs it hac lini ''''' n c bc -
al c 'rIhi~ r ii, itcc i ;i IcI
lii ic -
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a)~ Cr. hi 6 to 941 Dnhva
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10.koml, Dke. 4.-Thanllksgivinlg day
was spent very <iuietly. *leire werie
services hold at the Church on that
day; also the two (lays previous, and
all present said the sermon on all
(ays were fine. The sunrise prayer
sei-vie was held Siiday morning, and
the teanms were on (uty ill (ay and
report that our aPl)portiolient and a
good deal over was raised.
The lelt h of our tommnunity is
fairly good at present.
'liss Myrtle Culbertson was at home
and had as her guest :Aliss Alomoselle
Messrs. Jeff Brissey, J. W. Thoine
and G. G. Moore spent Thanksgiving
.\Itr. W. L. Cooper and family, Mr. A.
it. TL'home and family, Mrs. Nell Aloore
and ehildren and Miss Lula Mae Box
spent Thursday with -\If. and Mis.
.\lrs. Dr. J. G. Cooper spent the
week-end In Augusta with her brother,
Mir. Arnold and family, and Mrs. Alat
tie 1-. Cooper and family.
The young people enjoyed a pound
supper Thursday night. at the home of
.\lr. and .Mrs. (ay Cooper.
Mirs. Lou Culhertson Wishes to
tiank the following friends fo' re
e'tni kind favors: Messrs. T. J. and
Ki ly Cooper, Mrs. 11. If. Pinson, Mrs.
A. 11. Thome, Mr. and .\Mrs. C. C. Cald
well, Mr. and M's. W. L. Cooper, Ali's.
Nell Moore, Master Jack 11Iamilton
and mnot her, and Mirs. .1ane 'Culbertson
and .Mr. Walter Blrisse'.
.\!rs. Allie Cuilhertson spent Sa tui'
day with M.\r. EIdga r liur its and famiIly.
.\lisses IMffie and .\1arselle Cook
spelnt Snday with lisses E~velyn and
I.(111 . Culbertson.
Alisses ,Janie and .\largaret Ashe
speni lt th(' week of h'lanksgivinug at
their hoiime in MeConnel svilIe, being
accompanied by Mr. tRyan lPinsoi, they
ni-1ng the trip, in hi.' car.
UFT OFF CORNS!.
Apply fcv drops then lift sore;
touchy coins off with
Doesn't hurt a h1t! Drop a little
F'reezone oii an aching corn, Instantly
that corn Stops hurting, then you lift
it right out. Yes, magic!
iny hottle of Freezone costs but
a few Cents at any (r'uig store, but is
[ullicint to 'emove (Ve(very hard coin,
.-oft. (or-n. 91r corn betweein the toes,
and the Calluses, without. sorienesi (
Freezonie is the sensational discov
iry of a Vincinnaii:l g(eniuiis. It Is won
Kidney troubles don't disappear of The housewifo of Holland would al.
tese ' They grow slowly but most as soon be without food as with
steadily, 'undermining health with
deadly certainty, until you fall a vic. out her "Roal Dutch Drops," .as she
tim to incurable disease. quaintly calls GOLD MEDAL Haarlem
Stop your troubles while there is time. Oil Capsules. They restore strength
Don't watt until little pains become big and are responsible in a great measure
aches. Don't trilio with disease. To for the sturdy, robust health of the
avoid future suffering begin treatment Hollanders.
with GOLD M10DAL Haarlom Oil Cap
sules now. Take three or four every Do not delay. Go to your druggist and
day until you are entirely free from insist on his supplying you with GOLD
pain. MEDtAL linarlem Oil Capsules. Take
This well-known preparation has been them as directed, and if you are not
one of the national remedies of lol- satisfled with results your druggist will
land for centuries. In 1696 the govern- gladly refund your money. Look for
ment of the Netherlands granted a the name GOLD M1EDAL on the box
special charter a'uthorlzing its prepara- and accept no other. In sealed boxes
tion and sale. three sizes.
WHY PAY MORE?
The Abbeville-Greenwood Insurance Associa
tion will protect your property from Fire, Wind
and Lightning for 50 cents per $100.00, or $5.00
on the thousand.
The largest and strongest Mutual Insurance
Association in the South. Twenty-seven years
See Z. L. M ADDEN, Local Agent
rOFFICE---OLD ROBERTSON HO I El,
Colfte ae11Iro "8
An unusual opportunity for a man
of initiative to sell this nationally ad
vertised Automobile in Laurens
Cothran & Putnam
Distributors for Greenville, Pickens, Oconee
and Laurens Counties
Greenville, S. C.
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What you pay out your good money for
is cigarette satisfaction-and, my, how
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tobaccos in Camel cigarettes elimi- are simply a revelation! You may
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Camels win instant and. permanent in the world at any price. Then,
success with smokers because the you'll best realize their superior
blend brings out to the limit the quality and the rare enjoyment
refreshing flavor and delightful mel- they provide.
R. J. RtEYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, WinstorSalem, N. C.