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FAMOUS BEAUTY APPEARS
IN OWEN MOORE'S PI(TURE
Golden Apple Awarded to Katherine
Perry by Noted Artist. .
Catherine Perry, fam)-Ias Z.:'-fleid
Foliines and M-dnifh. Fro! , a'ty,
Quic-kly rf-lieves Conistipation, B11.
ouan 4, -o 4 of .Jpj*tit#- and i-aid.
aches, due to Torpid Llier.
The Car Everlasting
Ellis Motor Co.
Clinton, S. C.
We have a profitable work.r
for letter C 50 without
24 Stone St.
To Build Yc
To Pay Of f
And You Can Pay It B
A penny held too cl
the sun. If you hope t
whi!e you should own at
the earth's surface.
door. See me and let r
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la 'hin' Aiurpo a o
"~tsig I'iii'I Ior
Andi a Goii
who last winter was awarded the
Golden Apple for being the most beau
tVful girl in New York, portrays the
leading feninIne role in Owen Moore's
latest Selznick Picture, "The Chicken
'in te Caie," which is announced as
the .b!g feature photoplay for next
Fr--ay at the Princess Thea'.e.
Although well known to th- public
for her work in musical comedies and
other s:.age produet~ons, Miss Perry's
presen. role with Ovrwn Moore is the
frm b4ig jart she has ever played in
motion .Actures. It is not. however,
:. work for -he Selznlck crgan
izatrn. as sh appeared In support of
Mr. Moor In the later's recent Selz
ni!-k Pic'.re. 'Soorner or lAter."
M Is- Jz r' r 14in : theatr.*cal
profeon has n a:rnos* meteoric.
She wa' given her first chance by Dil
iinge.am. T:.' %art was a rma: one
mnthe ''. Roo e o;r yea.
ig plan to offer you. Write
obligation on your part.
I Per Cent
u a Home
ack on the Monthly Plan
ose to the eye shuts out
o remain on earth for a
least a few square feet of
but you must open the
EF.K 0i 1 .liN 15.!l
me'i. T* story ofT a
ni ma -mdIP >rOcs
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IN 'lllE ('.si:"
omefldy, concocte for
lilSk No. Ii
IiuERN' No. 4
The rattinug st'ory of a
n. Wilth a life in the
tlth and lov tips the~
* oe e e e e . * . .
Lanford, June 13.-Mr. and Mrs. W.
M. Cunningham of Adairsville. Ga..
are spending some time with their
daughter, .r-s. )y. D. Patter&*n.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Patterson spnt
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Langston, near Fountain Inn.
Mr. A. . Sherbert, who is in declin
ing health has been under treatment
of Dr. C. D. Hanna for the past few
MIr. B. W. Johnson and family d. Ar
cadia Spent Sunday with 'Mr. and M
J. ID. John-on.
......\!.argaret Waldrap is horne
fron a vi-at to M:s-s Julia Alice .1ohn
son a Arcadia.
Mr. Nrd Mr.. J. .. ~.ngae re
turned:-o- ,,ozumbi .a w eethey a
tended :h;. cm-nencernnt exofrc:s o
t - rsity of South Carol na.
z grad',ed with h .zh hr.o:. win
z~n he:da: fer.d in hso
Prof. ard Mrs. H. S. B:de:e and
.. B . Z: r. o
.\nhr..:s -unday .'-h .he- Ia.e'
: are-:---. . and . r '. W . L o p r
S. . Patterson 2
DJ a Bark.dale.
'?s Fann.e Harmon spent Thu:sday.
w'.. M:. tSelia r.omWar.
.* .:1eChild en's D~a;v exercises will
1b- ca:ic'd or.~ nex-. Sujnday. at the Bap-t
- h: su:j-ct The St h-c-rd's
Cal. and :--ach for the rin'. The
Mw--n Carry- l23 Higgin leavs this
.:t> a-.-a the summer SChool
RU-LK 01' R.:EIPTN.
Il'urI, Lar-xly in Bi toxine HBut.
New York:. .J*rc i:.-n,-- Sam
nevr draw or a foxirng Kg. nhi?
i.fc. it he m ak. more :noney than
D irr' .-:. Gera- Car: .:.r or
Tex\ Pc:t July :2.
* f s .. h-u to iDenm-sYea'- moan
-. ) a-: Ke a:n., and ca-: e Fran
( )is Lamvor .a. manager of Car entier.
more worry than a newsp-r photo
rapr, wcre Tioted today boy intern
a' revenue ofiicials.
I. m A ' om e tax for :;it! b,i ,
approxmnately what he will receive
for the battle will amount to $1;tt7'0.
*C(arpentier's toll, when exemptions for,
hw wife and ch::d are subtracted, will
total a modest $93.3t4.
That makes the score on the divesion
ofo the urtse read: mnited States go
'orn o.-nt, 3Y:'5,6: b~oxers. $:.'l., 196, in..
t-resting news to Mr.Av erage Aimfri
(an (itizen. who, according to the rev
ernue officials, pays a tax on an annual
ne~me het we'-n $ .,.i0 and $','00.
The marked difference between the
taxes of the boxers is due to the suar
tax on the (difference bet ween $ 300r,000.
Gove.rnment iprofits on -h'- lout als~o
i :eldo th10 I p;er cent. adm ission tax,
w i-h w2Il amount to approximately
lo. (I'. The state of New .Jer.'ey will
&xa(t a like sum.
Promnot cr T'x Rick -a rd, whLoFe ::
fit5 may be)~ $ (".00 will b)e taxed on1
ai.Ount which wi!! bring rh.- total gov
''rnment remn:ue from therr eno nter
to(1 .onidi 'bly mo.- thas $.5.09 the
PEOPLE OF' OUR TCWVN
The CandIdato Is around Mitting thie
Voter, who is Rleceming Globs of At
tentIon for a Change. After Election
he WIll Tell the Voter GJo Take a Gal
lop for Himself, but Right Now the
CandIdate will P'romise Anything. We'd
Hate to be a Candidate and Promlse
ThIngs We Couldn't naisen.
Ends This Week
Read the items listed below and
then compare them with prices
asked in other stores.
Come, look at the quality, .com
pare! Then trade where you can
save the most.
Yard Wide Nainsook Men's Iflue Buckle and
A niice quality. fully bltache-d Wimco Overalls
o Anniversary Sale Price S I 'd eI.S. all sjze
10 c a Y ard Aii ni r ' 1dl e Pr ""o
9-4 Sheeting 98c a Pair
SI inohes wide. unbleached Sheetin.; Men's Summer Union Suits
Cohen's Anniversztrv ale Price ur ehaiiee to fill your whe
35c a Yard . needs in I nderwcar
I *l'() Union Slit"
Buster Brown and Blue Bird uale Price
Silk Hose 49c a Suit
Ladies Pure Silk Ir,. saried lack. .5
all sizes Cohen' Sl i ec
Cohen Anniversry Sa'.5 riee S i
65c a Pair
Chambray, Cheviot and Men's Heavy Work Shirts
Ging arrA r(-al $].()0 -Shirt, not IwlIf iade. htill cut
One table of all kinds of Gingham, ChII-jviot 0% E c
Cohen'si Annuiversa ry Sale PrieeMnsSlkSit
10c a Yard Pctt e ~~l~ ;o~n i~)
'Table Oil Cloth ystySl rc
White and C olors. ba est qiuality
Cohn' Annive rsary Sale P'rice 49
29c a Yard MnsSl il ok
;,al Stockings -fr (very (lay wecar, black, (ue nzvea' aelrc
brow ian whit' ar~e the olor" ). ! ~nt 2 ca P i
miss.' thi opportuinity to) lay ini a sulyl.
Poensanivrsar al PrensMarsihrt,$13
4P isfor 25c *j H n t.al 's(lr.
'Wirthmor Voile Waists tisAipes~vsl rc
Ladies' Wierthmnor WVaists kunown th~rouigh-$13
'nit thei land for their fine quadlity and " work-s'Lil H se
man ip. T (ndicrenat stylies to piek from.Th ea
ohnsAnniveerr sal ic e ~E l l~ ud~e usIIc, a ra
95c li lu
Fruit of the Loom Bleaching 2caPi
;enuinie l-'uit of the foorn lileaching Y r V s Sa 1 2 S
"ohen's\ Anniiiver*wary Sale Priev e s nu
1 5c a Yard( hnAn( s "iel e*
40-inch Organdy, 39c Yd. caYr
A regular 6.5c (ualit y. All the wantfte~d
.Ihades. old roso, wil d grecen, mnahze, laveni- F e c r s ig a
den.r,: 'nk and Copienha gen. rttyPt ei itaw ela~i 'i c
('ohen's An niv"ersa ry Sale PriceX~i'i'~ uIiV d ~l~I' c
* tacndard.2 Ove~ralsdl ie
"TE TOE Fen's VALerUiSuit
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