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Satisfies the sweet tooth
and aids appetite and digestion.
Cleanses mouth and teeth.
A great boon to smokers,
relieving hot, dry mouth.
Combines pleasure and
benefit.
e ~Don't miss the joy of the
new WRIG.EY'I P-K-the sugar
coated peppermint tid bit!
Save
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TEXTILE HALL
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Tuesday, Feb. 28
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Engagement Extraordinary
MAIL ORDERS NOW
Prices: $4.00, $3.50, $2.50, $2.00, $1.05---Plus War Tax
S. HUROK PRESENTS
M-le. Anna =UR(=EAN TRIUMPH
PAVLOWA
The Incomparable, and Her
BA LLET RUSSE
Entire Paris and London Organization in New Ballets
Divertisements and Old Favorite Creations.
INCLUDING
Laurient Novikoff, Victorina Krigher,
Ivan Clustine, Hilda Butsova.
Symphony Orchestra
TI: '..:: ''., Zcr.Cuc'.cr
BALLET RUSSE OF 45
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF 40
tOO--COMPANY OF--100
All New Productions of Old as Well as New Ballets and
Divertisements
All Star Support . . Ballet Corps of Solo Dancers
Mall Orders Filled In Order Recelveil when sent with a Guaran.
teed Remittance and self-adiressed envelope to B. T.- WHITMIR&E,
Manager, Grand Opera Hous3, or Textile Hall, P. O Rox 1828.
NO SEAT8 PUT ASIDE
Seats on sale Monday 9 A. M. Box Oflice Grand Opera Jaout
* HONOR JtOLIL
* Laureus City Schools
*
p e e p *pp e e * e e * *PP p
-Hi ighlyv' IDistinguished--Scholarshui
average of 95 or better; 95 on attend
ance-, comiuct and punctuality.
I Dist ilguisheled-90-114 on scholar.
ship; 95 on attendance, conduct and
punctuality.
1l'evenlth Gra"de--Highly Distin
guished, Rebecca Adams, Allie Gosnell,
N'tula Ala, 1artinl, J~ouise Smith, Sarah
1lIiza Swygert, Grace Taylor, lerman
Taylor: Distin.-uished, Marion Black
well, Mary lloyd, Alma Coleman, Mar
garet Coleman, -Martha Dula, Lois Fuil
leir, Toreoa Cray, Tva Taylor, Doran
llramlett, Cecil Brown, Jack Miller,
Martin Teague.
Tentl Grade-4l igh Dist ingu ished,
Roy Gaston; Distinguished, Robert
Habb, Sarah K. Iiarksdale, Mary Sue
iHolt, Fred Clifton, Ray Goodwin, Mar
garet Knight, Winifred Sitgreaves,
iluth Sullivan, Ruby Templeton, Wyatt
Waldrep.
Ninth Drade-Highly Distinguished,
Nfary Goodwin, Sidney iiolmes, Rose
Rlosenthal; llistinguished, Clara Boyd,
Nelle Cheek, IEloise Clardy, Janic
llolmes Davis, .\arlegene Gray, Kath
'rin ilicks, Norine Martin, Cornelia
\achen, Ada Catherine Owings, Paul
P"hilphot, Sara Senn, Hilda Taylor, Ruby
I'odd, Robert Sullivan.
E'ighth Grade, A Section-Ilighly
Distinguished, James 'Machen, Willie
Kate -llaldwin; Distinguished, James
Anderson, Zell Blakely, Ida Mae Ilun
cir, Lawrence Kilgo, Pascal M iley,
nez Motes, 'Ilorace Nichols.
'ighthII 'Crade, 11 Section- lighly
D)istinguished, Janell Teague; Distin
,uished, Bryan Goodwin, -Ilarold Ilud
tens, Will lain I udgens, Tillman Miller,
Frank Ioper, Fay Chaney, Kathleen
Dean, 'Mary 'Lou Ferguson, Rebbcca
tIyers, EIlizabeth Thompson.
E'ighth Grade, C Section-lHighly
[istinguished, l'errin Wright; Distiii
uished, Cothran McCravy, Miller
\MeCuen, Orelle Pearce, Ethel Speer.
Seventh Grade, A Section->Iighly
Distinguished, Legare Blackwell; i~ls
tinguishcd, Collyar Barksdale, Sarah
lhcek, d3illy Holt, Marvin Comipton,
.allie ill1, Hugh Coleman, Sanuel
'le mi nig.
Seventh Grade, 11 Section-41ighly
11stinguished, Bruce Thompson, Har
lowe,,'Mahaffey, -Martha Power, Clara
Sexton, larriet Todd; Distinguished,
aues Powell, 'Pinckney Sullivan, John
K. Taylor, Harold Templeton, Henry
Williams, Kitty McCravy, Beatrice
Rowland, Amaryllis Smith, Mary
Thompson, Mittie Lee Martin.
Sixth Grade, A Section-1-Highly Dis
tinguished, William Bramlett; Distin
guished, Mary Anderson, 'Mabel Bar
ton, Mary Ball, IWilliam Crews, Dallas
Dendy, Robert. 'Moore, Jones Martin.
Sixth Grade, '1 Section, Distinguish
c-d, Annie Power, Fannie Rosenthal,
Gertrude Templeman, Margaret Was
son.
Fifth Grade, A Section-Distinguish
edl, Ralph Ball, W. G. -Miller, Bertha
lUnrnett, V'irg4inia Clardy, Martha
Franks, Armninda flough, IEmily Tay
lor'.
Fif'th Gr'ade, B Section-HIighly Dis
tinguished, Irene Toddl; D)istinguished,
Antoinette Moore, Mary L. Swink,
Mary 1). 'Rowland, .Jeanette H amilton,
Martin Millier, Gordon Miller.
'Foutrth Grade, A Section-Ilighly
Dit inguished, D~orothy Nom ood: Dis
tin-u ished, Margaret Cheek, Sarah
D~orroh, Marion 'IIipp, hlolfe Hiughes.
Fourth Grade, B Section-D)istln..
guished, C. T. 'Squires, Jr., Louise
'Wham, Mary 1Ellen Owens, Edna Pow
or, llelen Vincent, Mlildred WVysong.
Trhird Grade, A Section-Distln
guishedl, Jack Hlalle, Loutie Cronmer, Joe
Holugh, Hert Kennington, RI. A. Mar
tini, Emily Hah3ll.
Third Grade, B 'Section-Distuin
guished, 'Leon Nichols, Roy Miller, Joe
Reid, Margaret McCravv, Sarah Rid
dle, iflorothy Sitgrecaves, Louise Taylor,
Clemiegen T1eague.
Second Grade, A Section-lighuly
Disting-uishled, Roberta h~olmes, Dor..
othuy H-umber't; listingujishedf, JTames
D~avis, Ambrose ,Hludgens, 'Charles
Crews, John A. Franks, Jr'., John Glenn
KItchens, 'Billy Lancaster, Mary Clar
ence Dramlett, Laur-a Babb, Martha
Susan 'Blriggs, Tlarrictt Gray.
Sceond Grade, B section-High
ly Distinguished, Mary Elizabeth
SquIres; Dist inguished, Mauda line
Sullivan, Iez Templeman, Jesse Car..
r'oll Miller, l.awvton Vincent,
First Grade, A Section-HIgl
Distinguished, -Bobi eilldrens, Billie
Copeland; D)istinguished, 'Robert oIat
W'illiam Bolt, 'Maurice Cannon, Arthur
Cheek, Char'les Dunose, William 'Ihipp
IBouben Irby, 'Lewis ReId, :Maie Ale
Sarah 'Harton, Virginia Creamer, *ld.
wvin Lanhanm.
'First (Grade, B 'Scindistngih
edl, JIohn Rose 'Putnam, lIrrankc sloan
G. 'L. Watson, C~orrie Elmore, Lauras
iMadden, Rachei .Norwood, Franes
Putnam, 'Doris 'Swain, Edna Switzer
Helen Temipleton,
Laurensu Mill School
Fourth Grd--itigihd Carl
Bishop, Troy ,Bishcjo, ?ellie Thbaua..
Third Grade-Hfig'hly DistingulsbIet
Elmer* Davis; Diti~u.,'..m t ai
losdell, 'Bessie Davis, Dora Scay, Ly
da Snoddy, Alma Templeton, James
Word.
Second Grade--Distinguished, Lorce
Busby, Elvira Cannon, -Beulah 1>agjis,
Oina Davis, Mildred 1111, Goldie 'Wad
deli, Oscar Lee Bishop, Walter Lee
d3ishop.
FPirst Grade--Distinguishied, Annie
Laurie Taylor, Maggie Davis, Christine
Weathers.
Form of insanity.
The Art alin e ,l 1t ntnieting In
Philadelphin, t~ook unlconnnlon steps to0
diagnlose -ld lisiy "nd r i art."
The a11llnee enlied In t wo speelnlists,
Dr. W. S. Vtids;wvoril an1id Dr. Charles
W. Buii'rr. who IIre by proesslion at lien
Ists. They ex.ini1inel all the syinIpl ons
and thel.Ir deesion was "insanle. " NOW,
if fIt si e test could lie apiled to
Vers librists wt. :Iillht get monte vnllu
able Iiortini le :s to (he inientl
statte of somne or our poets.-l'iladel
11i1 itecord
What He Gets.
VieII .1ones' rich granidilmother
pISsed t('l -wiy till hIs poverty-strickern
friends raIllied about hi with words
of cheer inid coifort but .ones re.
inaled sad aind dejected. "She left i
last will and testamlent, I suppose?"
murmul'liiiired Jennlls carelessly. "Oh,
yes," said Jone's. "she left a will and
testimiient." They hung expectant
while Sobs choiked back hIs words. "I,"
ie declared at last, "am to have the
testament."
Brides Superstitious of Rain.
III India a rainy diy is considered
unlucky for a w eddling.
1A MESSAGE
TO TIRED,
SICK FOLKS
Don't Drag Through Life Half Sick
nd Hialf Well. Take This Advice.
Go to your druggist and ask him for
Gude's Peto-Mangan and take it with
your meals for a few weeks and see
how your health improves.
-If you are pale, tired, lack ambition
and vigor, you know yourself that if
you had plenty of red .blood that you
would not feel .feel tired and half sick
all the time. The only sure foundation
of ipermanent health is good blood.
Gude's Pepto-afangau builds up your
blood with a form of iron that gets
into your system quickly. It is won
derful. You will like it and it will
make you feel so well and strong. Life
will be worth living again. Try it and
you will thank us for telling you about
it. (Druggists sell Gude's 'Pepto-Man
gan in both liquid and tablet form.
Advertisement.
A
-Eedan $142
Panel B
E ASS]
* -Phione200
For One Week Only Feb. 8 to 15
We Will Give Away 500 lbs. of Coffee
THE FREE
HOME-TEST PLAN
We are going to show the goodness of
Pure Luzianne Cofft e
100 PER CENT GOOD
Come or send to our store and w% 'ill
give you one pound FREE with a pound
you buy for 40 cents.
LUZIANNE COFFEE
WHY IT IS BETTER
Pure Luzianne is selected from the fin
est Coffees grown. It is cleaned five times,
then ground, packed in airtight, sealed up
cans, holding all the oils and fragrance of
real good coffee, sealed up for you.
LUZIANNE , COFFEE
GUARANTEED
Use both cans, and then if you are not
satisfied come to us and we will pay your
money back for the pound you paid for.
LUZIANNE COFFEE
100 PER CENT GOOD
In addition to its superlative quality,
there are 5 United Profit sharing Cou
pons with each pound of Luzianne.
A. L. MAHAFFEY
LAURENS, S. C.
good name
DVD BmRTHERS
.5owdan
iti
0, Coupe $1280, Touring Car $890, Roadster $850
isiness Car $980, Screen Business Car $880$
F. 0. .B. Factory
rERBY MOTOR CO.
Public Square

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