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DOES NOT C
IT PIROTEC'S YOU AGAfIV
MAID ON YOU FOR 11
CAI'NED) BY YOtJ
Phonle uls for paFl-ielari.
CALLED HER F1
Six Years Ago, Thinlng She Migi
She Is a Well, Strong Won
Roys City, Tex.-Mrs. Mary Ki
man, of this place, says; "After the
blrth of my littlo girl.. .my side corn
Menced to hurt me. I had to go back
to bed. We called the doctor. fle
treated m... but I got no better. I
got worso and worso until the mosory
was unbearable... I was In bed for
three months and suffered such agony
that I was just drawn up in a knot...
I told my husband it he would get
me a bottle of Cardul I would try it...
I commenced takiing it, however, that
evening .1 called my family about
mo... for I knew I could not last
many days unlesn I had a chango for
OWN YOUR 4
We enn fuishfl you Quliel
tilrd by the A. C'I'uxhury bum
Bungalows are neat, altraelive.
No. I material. Plien your or(
about Vwo weeks. You can havy
Wen days aui he livimii ill your
Ask Ior ouv of ou(ir Caialwo
home14 youl wanlt.
J. F. ENT
Greenwood, S. C.
OUT OF TIHA
Nothing has b(. en lost
cept the wear'. We repai
muileage back into them.
patchers or tire0 hal f-soler&
builders, and we know
sinews and the rubber
You can make each tire d<
letting us rebuild your w
and materials insure fault
operation in ouis Dri-Kure
our shop. Come and wat<
ALL WORK IS 4
We are located at the'
and will be glad t
T. B. Mc~DANIl
Free Air Service to All.
'ST SUITS OR DEMANDS
CAR, As IS3
& ROPER V
it Die, Says Texas Lady, But Now
tan and Prai::es Cardul For
the better. That was six years ago
and I am still here and am a weUll
strong wonian, and I owe my life to ,
Cardul. I had only taken half the a
bottle when I began to feeT better.
The misery in my side got less... 1 ,
continued right on taking the Cardut
until I had taken three bottles and I
d:d not need any more for I was well
and never fclt better in my life... I c
have ncycr had any trouble from that ti
day to this." S
Do you sufrcr from headache, back.
ache, pains in sides, or other discom.
forts, each month? Or do you feel e
weak, nervous and fagged-out? If so,
give Cardui, the woman's tonic, a h
trial. .. 7J
)WN HOME a
T THE tr
~-1Huilt IHunllOws JUn inua fI
ber Co., of Chariestonl. These
id s'uhsta1 tia llly ' (u1111i u of
ler no~w and wve ean ship inl
t this house ele-ted inl about
OWn1 home11v ille 1han1 one
A NEW TIRE
T OLD ONEL
on) your worn tires ex
We are not mierely tire
,butt E~xpert Tire Re- *o
how to put the fabric em'
nuseles into worn tires.
liar do double duty by
>rn tires. Our process
less work. The major
process is dIone right in
:h us work. --
a have you call.
Laurens, S. C.
'c and Noted Airmen Urge Creation
of Aeroniantieal DIepariment by U. S.
Vashington, Dec. 12.--livo Aineri
n aces, eredited wxith having brought
wi more than fifty Gerian aer'o
anes, advocated today btfore a louse
b-conmittee the creation of an
ronaitical <lepartment of the gov
nient to co-ordinate all aerial tac
iities. The group inliud(i Capt.
"ddie" Rickenbacher, officially credl
3d with twenty-seven alir victories in
Pance; Major Charles. J. Biddle, Phil
ielphia; Capt. F. E. Kindley, Gra
tte, Ark.; Major, J. A. Melisner
Irmingham, Ala., and Capt. .1. A
ealey, Washington. All asserted that
to aIr forces In France would havt
cn uniich more efficient If adminis
red by a department. of acronautie:
Grenn 1j. Martin, Cleveland, veterar
nrol)lai( designer and builder; .J. K
obinson, Greenwicl, I. I.; Col. 11. L
rnold, Cani Francisco; Archie Mkilier
arihinglon; Capt. Walter It. Laison
angley Field. Va., and ieut. Coin
ander P. 1. 1,. liellinger, comn
anider of the NC-I during the trans
(iantic flight, also explressed theil
ews, Coniniander Bellinger test 1
g as to the advantages of a united
r service fron the standpoint of the
:val fliers, said that the naval ali
orces, whil working well, were no
p to the full efficiency and could bc
iiproved through the lproposed con
Speaking for civilian fliers and air
'art nanifacturers, Mr. Martin sait
ke American aircaft industry would
)On becotue extinct without earl:
lid substantial aid from the govern
cIe. lie urged extended use of aero
lanes to the postal, fisheries and for
*t reserve services.
Recornmiendations made (iuring 11h4
Paring included establishment of a
itional flying academy, governimen
ibsidies to manufacturers and pre
minary training of army and navy
iers under the same system.
Major Biddle declared vital aeria
!tivities in Franco were often seri
isly delayed by lack of equipment
lie order to stop work In this coun
y on Spad planes, issued in Decemt
r, 1917, was "regrettable," he said
id would not have been issued had
'iation officers had anything to do
The commiitteo expected to concludc
!arings Monday and start work on
aning a bill.
UCHl 1 IQ1(IUlf, is
SEIZED IN OCONEE
ven 14en of THIat. Sect ion Fac
'hlrge's in) Stinte 1111d Iedoria Cotlourts.
G re nl l 'rll ec. . a, t. IQ.
I rrick, who on lle nbr 1. beano)
ief of, t've l-d fo r s In thi; -tat
Ad 1r 1t. n1Ed o a l pri ohiblition , ..
r1e4m aI w, r nl to G revevill
strdy)1 from Walh:Iia'a v.here 11
d othwr '.edL~:0 olfitesmes Ovo
o i: i l. aI ho r i th a-re.1
evea1 \..;! )Irsn tharge d vli o
'141 n f the pr~hib iof law.1),o ~l j
00 iosunday ~ inorniE aording toe
rl at 444iv in fO loE tin received1,
re,$1 Vura 5( ir ina .\ O'tliti hell, of
lonse ot . tv l othEr,. are' e
'n'1 . dril u'. Iw r hlie autorno-,
1) :a (eize the ) 1ar anii :a
| renin t y hearin1 and4 J av4
tei cont din O44n, 11 ounty,414) and $
ad te wa4. :<ei,41 d. i lo; t E wit 1
'.ii 1141n sorn i t '1 a510.n1'4i th .e
mi hL ih i.
\1 . Ab 4 ll La ~OU SIfeera
L!b d - iet rI n l
K'ILj ItEFUSEIS TO
Cmmtther of lieputes Ajpproves Reply
from Throno ItrfininI ug to Itecogn izo
lome, Dec. 1:3.-lhe chamber of
depities ntonight Voted aIC'rotAl of
the repl.y to the ispeecl from 11
throne after rejectintg by a vote of
289 to 12-1 an amendment. offered by
the Socialists providing for the imme
dhiate rvcO.n ilt ion of the Russian sov
let government and the rsupifltion of
relations vit i ssia.
Premier Nitti 'ummtined uitip te d1e
bate on the reply in a speech of con
siderable lengihi. lie desired first , 11
said, to dispose of a iuestion which
was causing national concern and to
deny the report that the government
was about to conclude new interna
tional agreements creating fresh re
ponsibilities. Tie -premier' refer
mnce was to a report that the meet
'g of -Pemiers Uloyd George and
Clemelnceau and Foreign Minister Sci
Iota in London had considered a mil
Answering different speaker; vhmo
presented mnotions for the convocation
of a constituent assembly, Signo' Nitti
"But we consider the parliament a,
a permanent constituent assembly.
There is no necessity to convoke one
purposely. The Italian con sitoition,
granted on March -1, 18-S, was quickly
modified by the parliament on May
19, 1848, and later ias been chang d
constantly according to necessity. The
parliament is sovereign. it :4 free to
modify by enactment any aricle (if
the constitut ion. What you now wi.-h
is to change article V, whici iomin :i
ly gives tb ho king the right i) (cclare
war. lIth do you really believe 1thi
the last war was decelared without
the assent. of tihe parliament?"
At this the Socialists shouted:
"Yes, against the will of parlin -
There was great confusion in the
chamber for a few minutes. after
which Premier Nitti reuimed his re
"The law granting full power to the
cabinet," lie went on. "was passed by
the chamber on Aay 22. 1915. It was
equivalent to a declaration of war."
The entire socialist group shouted:
"No, no! The cabinet already had
concluded an alliance with entcuten."
The premier begged for the support
of all parties to help Italy out of her
present difficulties. Ile explained she
must inport one-third of the necessi
ties of life, needing, for instance .12,
000,000 quintals of wheat annually,
f which 21,000,000 came from abroad.
"With remird to our relations with
'sla,'' said the premier, "I am cer
Sw 'ihall s oon resimtC commercial
' ttions witi that. cotintry, it 1 am
I (rt'tin that they will soon te ad
.T' ilia." ht addled. "that thlie An
m n erin bloe is interested inl iso
t'..'a in ordedr to have a
Tol of raw mat'rials is non
Titl. INS IRE''I~I NEI
Ma'Cnta, lDee. I 2.-Sspen;.-CiCn ofi atll
riitions ijn the use' of fuel and re
itC-tatemnent of train service cmaaib d
hotring the niat ionid~e ctr'ik' of hiti
mCtitus (0oa1 miners'iC- was! anniounced.t
here tonight by the Soot herti regionial
('oal coimmiittece, acting oti a itt hiority
rece'tived( from Wash in gton. I unrinciig
of vessesl betig given lirefer~i e, thieni
costitwise shtiipping, ships tlying I he
Amican('tt flagj inl overseas seCrvice' andi
tlast shtips Ilying fort igtn flags.
tin.s tn effective inuinediat ely and
tra~i . Itts wil bireto e at 12C a. m..I (i
lo-a.In xws weernunCion ii
, (C I Cnw tri Cti ched li'i v-ould in
S fr ith movemento ofIIC 8~t: coal will
n' i back io. unti 1 he 4 itu:Hion
* Ci ihr ug mi theC CI' th 'w hib
h e(Mi wtod r p Il , Ca
h' ( e 'uChr im s s1l~hoppin'. lT'
* '!rt IC ae) ofI h e rm- tl h oft hi i e -
i).IC uin cits 11t~t annuneent of )us
oni of fuel restrijctionis, th tComin
i tilth nedI the '"peopl' of Cthe
'e hio h.ve. obscrved('l lo loyally''
C'11 a1C 0w. hi1. As a r'0.- t oft the'
r C- k I th '-CO tryt' lo-:t. jirodn etion ofil
as n1 :T an .5 illliont tiinC of doal.
h'? t anCoi e menII ti toinlht bey ih:
I (CI ennilitiii ofi'( reoval oi
- )1 on 'Coal tnd train isir'ice
noni- Iiiits of xoi fre)iCC ghlltitt rby lin'
f'ettl i~ii eto' \outhen ots woulti
SAFE, GENTLE F
For 200 ytra GOLD Mf 1RAL Hnarlem
Oil has enabled suffering hurnanity to
withstand attacks of kidney, liver,
bladder and stomach troubles ani all
discases connected with the urinary
organs and to bulikl up and restore to
health organs weakened by disease.
These most important organs must be
watched, because they filter and purify
tho blood; unless they do their worC
you are doomed.
Wearlimss, sleeplessness, nervousness,
despondency, backache, stomach trou
ble, pains in the loins n.nd lower ab
domen, gravel, difflculty when urinat
ing, 'heumnatism, eciatica and lumbago
all warn you of trouble with your kid
noys. GOLD MEDAL Hlaarlem Oil Cap
Money inrO Ban
Saving is a natural Ir
tion which is the first .w <
low any man can sec
"go" each pay day, and
puzzle any frugal mind.
Old age is sure to f
vwith p!cnity. Start a bca
habit and you'll soon have
We add 4. per
Make OUR bar
N. B. DIAL, President
\1he's an ord1na:
And Wilii Pay. T V .4.or: E
Bai I I I. 9P *)j)l
IHeIav~ ru 10.00' 8.i 305 j 7O)t
Usuad Color 11 .Oi)10 9.00 8.50 to 1.0)
Palo____ 8.5___ to 7.0f 6.75 to 5.75
Winer 4.0Oto 3.5 ).25 to 2/S
FVail 3.00l 1927 2.50to 2.25
There extremely hig'h price e h e
liberal ;gradin~g :uut' are g';oted fori
and otherwir'e ir:fe'rior '!--ins at hig.he
other South Caroina~ Iu: wrn fo
liable and accurate mar retp.e-r a
It's FREE--Write foe it.
Wesu~~ ~~nmore mn
SHIP ALt YOURf Ft'
T HE LARGEST/HOUSE IN 7NVE WM
24- 27 W.A umstn Ave. Ti
GS SURE RELIEF
iln are the remny you need. ' Tae
three or four evcery dlay. Tho ienIlIg
oil soaks into the cells and litning of
I the kidneys and irives out the poaions.
Now life and hoaith will surely foaiow.
When your nornal vigor has been re
stored continue treattment for a white
to keep yourself in .ridition and pre
vent a return of the disease.
Don't wait until you are incapable of
fighting. Start taking GQLD MMIDAL
Unarlem Oil Capsules today. Your drug
gist will cheerfully refund your moneoy
if you are not satisfied with results.
But he aure to got the original import
ed GOLD MINDAL and accept no sub
stitutes. In three sizes. Sealed pack
ages. At all drug store.
tinc* It is self preseI-va
evcy cent of his earnings
not stave some cf it, would
nd you either penniless or
cccunt - yc':'! get the
L big ward.
ik YOUR bank.
C. H. ROPER, Cashier
. t r
2.5 to .1 !.rf2 1.- t
mmerli- e rhp e ..,N .4
l'I f it ljIOn l'' t e .
adpi ito iiSbldd
"SHUBE T" wi
.4ina B EIit I' A t 'r .
)R/D DEAL/NG EXCLU/SIV'ELY /.'
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