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Madlaine Traverse Slumming in Paris rl
Knowing that William Fox demands
calisin li pictures, lloward M, Mit
chell, (reeting Madlaine Traverse in
".nares of Paris," made an exact rep
lica of a French underground 'wine
shop for In important scene in this
Oicture. litie sent days collecting In
formation and phdotograph.4 by which e
he could duplic;ate su( h a cellar cafe
-the "club" of the Apache and the
poor atist of lie latin iqua; ter.
One sCt of phuot-raphl v"s given
by Miss Travei -e.
"Thee -how the iCafo Noir she x
l~ained. "I vi sited the place 'with
Fren'ih i dt in Paris-, having comlie
aos,., hnezwil was8 play
ing vith i.EO Stahl in London. A
crowd of ,: .pcnt a' .vning in this
uner iro d ri So!-', an!d all .bout
Mr. ' i tchell b)uih an underground
s4afe tinct .uld 6) credi to Pals
he dinqy tling plaster, the red
brick showing through, ;aid all about
on the (olum ns and the Walls nketch
vs of eel rie who had slummed
there, drawn by the artits of the
"tiartier." One shetch eemed to
port ray Ni;oeon, who in his younger
dktys had probbly vit d the place.
Another wc; a :tudy ot' Maupassant,
to whom .u:h cellars, Avere familiar.
E'lary itHu ;'.tre on w1alls and columns
was falthfully r9 duced.
In the ni d of hi- uost affecting t
work in thi ,:,oo scetne, the star of
t hs aphot oWay. which Is to be Seen
n' ihe Operai Iloue Tuc+,day, stopped,
Mprl onrl ta id at the wall,
"See the pictui re' 61 the column
t here," she <xlaimaed. "I recall now;
it is a AMkec of myself: an artist
drew it on U\ . ::1N \isit to the .1
T I h.".; l"A 1 1*,ier1odo1:#.d from the
PiM Cured In 6 to 14 Days
DnRyl 'ei ry *-v ip .' OiNTMEit-T !'S:,
tc.: ........truding Pi..r
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A F.SNlfI'S NOTICE 1920.
The aud!a a il'ice will bo open
from the firtA day ol lanuary to the
20th d;V Of F b: aLaIry, 020, to ma1Lkei
returit ot personal pro;erty and all
I t a a o: rea state, for taxatilon
P the cnt-n. of tax payers
the Audiitorw or h:., tputy will attendl
the foin, g ntattd places to receive c
rOtuntir. 1 ah1 y!Vr, to wit:
T i. Jan. 2,' cufiletown town
ship, J. . t'-a . Storl.
Tu;d . .1.. 20. Jack., Lawnship, S.
Tuesday, h. 1.% Jacks townushin
TuodG, 3ta. , Hunter towni)p.
an. !!-1. Cro Hill towni - t
11. . Waeiloo 'town
I. \Va W erloo tovnt- I
1 oungs township,
We '... . - 21 etfllowt'
* . . . toum n ",(p. wm
it i1, V ...aa.4 uena (Gw - ;
* . . ... 2 . f Uah ;l.o '.2:!'
1) 1) .
1' 'I 1 I t , Hunter town-L1
T ho r I T.:. Iste towiunl i,
Ow in ': :- it 0
Tihur i . Jan .2, Y'oungs town
Ship, W. I' iai' fs
Friday, JI 'it . I lunter townsthi:,
ri day,' Jan. I 3 ' ulva twnb ,
i;;ny Cout m.
l'ridt. an dnn.'2,Yug wnhp
$:i unh ;l. y:hn. :21, Youngs townshIp,
Matnu:h.y, Jan. ' 1, ials township,
hi. A. TPhomtion's storte.
I 'Iea.o' ittake not that the aplpoin t
mnents will te fill ed j ut as advert Ised
and to ltl'':u comoie out and~ iake iro
tourns. Onte msan usually miak~en the
w2hole rounid anid 501mo may not under
stand the ntke tin tlime, n I have
dli vid'edl up t territoiry in the several
All malt- eltizens between the ages;
of 21 and tP.0 years on the fIr-st of Jan
itary, except hose who are incapable
of inalrning a suppIor-t from being
malmedi or from other causes are
deemed polls, Confederate veteransH
Also nll male ettizens between the4
ages of I 8 and r50 on the 1st dhay of
January, 1921, are liable to a road tax
of $1.60 and are requIred to make
during the tlime abovo specifled and
their return of samte to) the Anditor
shall pay to the C!ounty Treasurer at
the name time0 other taxes are paId In
lie4u of wnrhinug the iroads, school tr-us
Se'en, stude(1nts and mniste-rs are (x
(elpt4:d fromt toad tax.
All taxpayers ai re reqluired to give
townshi p anrd n utmber of schoeol dIs
li-icts; also s'tate w hethier proper-ty is
situated In town or country. I~aeh lot,
t ract, or pa'reel of land must be on
I (red separ1 at ely.
After the 20th of February f50 per1
cent penaly will br- attached for fail
tire to make returns on personal proIp
erty andI 20 per cent on transfers of
J. W. THIOM PSON,
20-1id County Auditor.
CAUMES (OMMENT ol
pe(It-lOn on +1eIIIencau's VIIt to i
Loiidon. Varied View Points.
Paris, Dec. 12.-4Ireat interest has r
(4en arou.sed here by Premier Clem
iceci'si v!iit to) London, and consld
rable splwecilation has apparvd as to
he e'xact piirpose of M. Clenmeneeau's
ri). It has been learned frotm a high
uthority, howeyc. that t ho official b]
oint of view of the French premler's c,
l fissi difers f'Orm that of the p1rews ti
a1 that. his purpose i; not, as has geni- al
rally been reported, to 111141 the Bub- Y(
titute'for the support of France which C
as beenz vpected from the United
tates. It was. Ihis authority declaren, I.
c consult with the British premier re
arding a ue!ibe of ie.tltiols that
equire ore O l.Aor mgeil treattment1
ud which the Un ited States inl the
resentIJ situati-on. ;.- nlot ablAe to) takev
France. according to th' smlie au
hority, count a:, much today as ever
you the imori Id of America--ind
pon11 her m aterial aid in casev of 'need
-but the official exprcsion. of French
pinlon, if pointed out, is practically
Iffcult as it riks jving the impres
ion of interfe-ence hn Am rican poli
N)Zr inst'pe. Ai i - .An ii quarter!)
tieral ly conS idered h igh t aithorlta
Ive that the F'rench government does
ot find anything limpos3lble of ac
plancet' In Ihe reservations to the
o'.'na It of th leayue of natiou vot
d by th. T'nited Stato. sonfate. Hlow
v'i thte infiQiWtUpt p)ited out, If the
Overnm10nt should maea statemen'It
) this effect it.-1 action Would lhav& the
p :carance of taking part in the dis
ussion of an American issue.
Con fidence in tho nul1tiinatt solioln
f tIle presen t 41ifferencevs and the
ontinuing of the ccrdial reclations ex -
2I.ing bt ween nlance and thilhi 1 il
'tae.; renains intact, It i.; e1clared.
fodern (awP-.ai iinTnms "1ims!le
A.'ny imal lookinig for a couis in
flowi to Make IIer love You in
Ipite of lier.elf." or "l ion to Make a
mood Wife Onut of a Shr1'' sN e'Vn i
inended it) ,o git o the Opera loiSo
I daIy b , !'o-rc VJ;Ir,,,in it o in
!tup o :.-ile ah riedte peeoi
Any gill who ha.M w aIe:ing a adkl -
,iln for the LI -Iml: w-It : m d of n -
hiIg uff ! i ;h gii i of his c4!' ,
-. _e hi wa 0: lo o c: not, i.; al
0o n iam1inrthi m Ilv: I ".:I nd : ;
I mloa bl Cat l- ri; .''
It'ere is an1vouLe who dio. :ik1
!w he 11me ained." with ., ;. .1 11 :
Nowo .) -
i h , th ny m r of a
-;chlool for Ithe I unlinlL of ho1yden'l'
'nd it IS no( ! 1ndervar4tenu ehiA.S, tither.
impossilel Cather'inu''" l pre2Ient)
fromll any rol1e ishe hias i'ver latyedl
a itheri on stage or scrteen, and she~
does It in her usual thiorou ghily ca pa -
bik 'i.R mne". With her -is featunred
S-heldonm L.-wls In the ipc~letures(Iuo role
o~fl an ()1 Inia tpptOr andl guie.
Othe'r1 in t1.e cast are William li.
D~av Idson asI t hero, .Johnn;;Ic Wal1k
ar, Maihl 1 MeQuade, J1. Ii. (.l11mour.
l'Id l01onman andl .1a31m-s 11111, .Ilhn 11.
:is (1ue the enmenra~ manl for h444 beati
fully artiallec outdoor' eff'cts.
Main Cha.x'ed 'tith Making A way willh
Wome~~b ns 0 1.' otes,
P'ais, Dhec. I14.--.Nar'ly g,000i voters
in anad near Paris cast thleir halliots in
the recent el1ection for lI eni Landru,
for member of the CThamber of Deopu
ticu. Landr u has long bee~n held by
the polce and accus'4 of being re
sponsible' for the dia-ppear'ance of 13'
womni to whom) he Is alleged to have
GIlis wittieisms have made him very
popular with the Pariaian puhilIc and
this accouints for the facot that !',000
piersonis ('raISe'd the nmen of eand I
i:tes' rt istored at the .Miniistr'y of the
lauterior1 and wr'oter sancdrr'- niam24e on
Ihlimi (on elct1ion dany for ('X4aminaltion
is; to thei whereabout:s of' Ihe Widow
tolIlormb whIo was roglirre on) lthe
>alli lIst asl hi -iancee numb er' 'l.
Iaindrtu paid little attention to tihe
riudge"'i (1uestiona,1 glancing Pensively
)ut of the window at the heavy snow
'all. When tho judge remonstrated
vlth him ha naM.:
"I am greatly concerned about the
itcome of .the elections. These pro
!edings hero do not Interest me but
fear for the future of my country.
'hat a calamity should Bolshevism
ile in this land."
Sanita Claus Letter.
rear Santa Claus:
Will write and 1411 you to please
ing me a nie trunk and some fruit,
tudy and nuts and If you have any
ing inore for me I will be glad of
iything you bring. I am nearly 6
,ars old. 'I'hank you so much Santa
Laittlo J0o11n It. llenIjamlinl.
turcus. S. C., Dec. 15#, 199.
OR 1REPO-1'EIR SA14S
wNOi CrITS tAtS OOAT is
-"rT THE FELLER W41-1
NEVE-R GiVES IM ANY
NEWS IS A.LWANS HOLURIt.'
AOUT THVENv BSIN'NO
I . B.
Weak Links in a
'hiat'. %;just what imnitation parts are whei
They !owk strong enong)hibt. fihe Trnetal isnl 't. t!!
steel that. ge.s into the Ford Chasis and ver,
uast and h.at-treated, each according to its use
inii seir'e, others nved reiliency, and mu.
14ord,4 metallurgists have been studying thei
.iust, hlow each unit. should be nuade to end 'i re
know that. best. results can be obtained only hy
parts, and that honest Ford parts wear from!
E anger tha eouterfeits.
We carry complete assortments of gen ',iv
1111 trucks. And our garage is equipped
minor adjustments to Complete overhauils. Dil
('ome to the Authorized Ford dealers forsev
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Runabout .... .... .... .... .... .......
TPourling .... .... .... .... .... .... .....
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W. C. WA
E. Main Street
MIN N EH1
-from fermentale suj
6 perfect barley and he
which the aleohol os
.4& extracted.rce n
as raw materials, are
- trie manufacture of<
}I Our new de-alcohol
.- ment enables us to
n alcohol without 'in a
:t aroma, color, nouris
- This is the first
'. "<'United States. The
teideal dIrink both
I I can be consun
I ~ refreshed, and will
~ ~ ~ -When ordering
6J4 P' ji _IALE or MINNEI
-F when comparing
~ ....CY%~ibeverage, including
~~ It contains mor<
w.~ regular use will stin
7 -7 Order i
- We~~ Deie
n fi-e P . Rnlis nnnhw
Ithy become a par-t. of yor)' Ford ear.
ere--the strong, di rabie Vanadium
Pord part. Ford parts are specially
Some require a hard, Iliit-like wearfi
need just toughness."
ie problems for sixteen years and know
a maximum of wear and tear. They
tle use of special formiulas for different
thirty-five to one hundred per Cent.
Ford parts for both pasenger cars
e careful, prompt Ford Service---from
ivc in, it's better to be -safe than 1orry.
t price Freight T.Ix Delivered
175.00 $:35.5' $19.59 $5'5 07
500.00 35.53 20.63 561.11
525.00 35.53 21.6G 587.14
i50.0O 35.53 30.9t 821.42
'75.00 35.53 136.09 851.57
550.00 :35.53 13.69 604.09
Laurens, S. C.
A HI A
entirely free'~ A',.
rars. It is a k~
not used in '~
>ur beverage. 2
ny way impairing or distur~ cng the iL :vor
hment, and snap of the beverage.
mnd only introduction of this comn m new
d in the Northwest and( the seco :1 heQI
result is a most palatable beverage hAI is
for hot and cold1 weather.
wed in quantities and leaves you I "t and
never leave a distressed or heat ihng.
insist on being served1 MINN. XllA
IAIIA SPECIAL. You will b shed
this new product with any at *real
our old beverage.
nourishment than the old brev. 1 its
iulate your appetite.
i Case for Your Home
nd~ Ship to~'Any Paut of the United Sttes.
46NNE.A5: US -
We Coidaaiiy mvite y nu tos
*,pret ourt plant. aernI ti..e sn
COpl tT~ e. continurms om
C, Phne 1807