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M RS. ANNIE LANGE, of I
R. F. D. 1, Burlington, Tex.,
writes as follows regarding I
her experience with Cardui: "Some I
time ago I had a nervous break
down of some kind. .. I was very
weak and so nervous. I had faint- c
ing spells and suffered a great deal,
but more from the weak, trembly, I
no-account feeling than anything I
else. I knew I needed a tonic, and
needed it badly. I began the use
of Cardui to see if I couldn't get
some strength, as I knew of other
cases that had been helped by its
*J. C. SHE]
Stone Rich Xm
Also Fruit Cak(
as Raisins, Curra:
SNuts, S. C. Pecans,
~ All kinds of I
If or Christmas.
Fresh Oysters c
fryour Cake Bal
frWe will sell j
. .pounds Granulate
Swhere you make a:
ise. I soon saw a great improve
nent, so I kept It up. I used seven
iottles of Cardui, and can say the
noney was well spent, for I grew
vell and strong. Am now able to
lo all my housework and a great
leal of work besides."
If you are sweak, run-down,
servous and suffer from the all
nents peculiar to women, it is
eery likely that Cardui will help
eou, In the way it helped Mrs.
Lange and has helped thousands
)A others, during the past 40 years.
Ask for, and insist on, Cardul.
T hin gs.
4L & Co.
~s Fruit Cake 50c.
nts, Citron, Figs,
'ruits and Candies
and Celery every
and Brown Sugar
rou as much as 25
~d *Sugar at 8c,
JONES NEWS *
Jones, 'Dec. 15.-Mr. John Craft of
th0 U. S. navy, is visiting his parents
Mr. and Mrs. John Craft, of Ware
Mr. Douglas Smith, of Spartanburg,
recently visited W, 11. and J. A. Hill.
'We are indebted to Judge Feather
stone, solicitor Sanders, Sheriff White,
Sheppard Yeldell and the grand jury
for courtesies during the recent term
of county court.
We were greatly shocked and pain
ed to hear of the recent death of
Judge Frank '. ary and sympathize
most tenderly in their overwhelming
ly sore .bereavement.
Dr. W. T. Jones, accompanied by his
son Frank and wife, visited his daugh
ters, Mrs. E. E. artin and Mrs. Wm.
Jenkins, of Columbia,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGowan, of
Waycross, Ga., are visiting the latter's
parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Jones.
Mr. and -irs, Arthur Cork, of Geor
gia and Mrs. Alfred Snyder, of Green
wood visited relative .sin this section
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. G. L.
Grraham will regret to hear that they
ire seriously ill.
Influenza is very prevalent in our
We are very grateful to Supervisor
Watts for working the roads so nice
We recently met the following
friends: Dr. Cobb, E. C. Cr"onnor and
[lon. W V J. Moore of Greenwood, Dan.
Porter of Ninety Six, Mr. Jasper Rush
of Bradley who is in splendid health
at the venerable age of 97 years.
* HICKItY TAVERN NEWS *
VsS e**** S * * * * *
'lickory Tavern, Dec. 18.-We are
glad to have some cold weather as -we
all want to kill hogs.
Miss Bernice Abercrombie spent
Sunday with .Miss Nellie Wasson.
Mr. and -Mrs. J. 'M. Sumerel were
the welcome guests of Mrs. It. M.
Miss Lucile Baldwin, from Anderson
College, ?Miss Annie Abercrombie and
Miss Cora Bplt from Limetsone Col
lege, are at 'homie for Christmas.
Mrs. Joe Thomason, who has been
sick for some time is not doing so
We are sorry to learn that Mrs.'F.
1-. 'League is sick, and hope she will
Mrs. Cora SteWart spent a few days
with Mrs. F. E League last week.
The Rev. Mr. Sullivan filled his us
ual appointment at Friendship Pres
byterian church Sunday afternoon and
Thei will be a Christmas tree at
Friendship Presbyterian chpreh next
Saturday night, Dec. 23rd. The public
has a bordial invitation.
S * S S S e S S e S S S S S
* YOUNG SCHOOL HON~OR ROLL *
First Gr'ade-Vera Owens, John
\hinly, Arrow Dell Williams, Sue
Abercrombie, Virginia Green, J. T1.
Sutton, Wallace Abercromble, Albert
Owens, Marvin Riddle, '
Second Grade.-Margaret Hlarris.
Third Grade--ra Leeo Davis, Estelle
F'ourth Grad e--Dora- Mae Abercrom
bie, 'Pansy Abercromnbie, Myrtle Glenn,
Fifth Grade--Mary Cox, Iss~ie Mil
Girth Orade-Meta-Cox iJines Aber
cromibie, Itura -Duckworth.
Seventh Grade--Alvin Williams, An..
sol Williams., Archie Sutton, Raymond
fiRighth Grade--J'arlly Abercrombie,
hloyt Abercromibie, Blrantley 'Wilkie.
Ninth Orade--Myrtle Sutton, Mattle
That cough or cold in the head can
be ended easily by .Hyomet. No stQm..
ach dosing. Blrethe it through the
nose and mouth. Money baok if it
fails, 'Laurens Drug Co.
A WOMAN'S BACI
The Advice of '1his Laarens Woman'
is of Certaia Value.
Many a womia's beck has ,many
aches and pains.
Ofttimes 'tie the kidneys' fault,
That's why boan's Kldney Pills ar
Many Laurens women know this.
Read what one has to sgiy About it.
-Mre. Ifannah O'Shields, 300 Wilap#i
It., says: "I had terrible paise acro0i.
the small of my 'back 'which extend
ed to my hips e.nld limbs and it-was an
effort to do my work, My back wdis
stiff and sore and niasy timies
couldn't bond.- dI hardly got Any rE~t
because of the hurtilng' i my bek, My
kidneys didn't act 'egtglorly. K read
about iDoan's Kidney Pille in Doa'#I
Directory an4 botught some0 At Pit~
namn'e-iEru~g Store, gf
Order Your as
Don't forget that we are baking the best fruit
-4 cake that can be baked. Ours have ben found to
- . meet the test. Place your order now, so that you
will not be disappointed.
Fruit Cakes-a-Pound Cakes---LMyer Cakes
We are making fruit cakes in 2, 3 and 5 pound
sizes at 50c per pound.
Old fashion pound cake at 35c per pound.
Layer cakes, 2. 1-.2 lb. sizes in chocolate, lemon,
caramel, cocoanut and pineapple, at' 0c pAr
po4nd. Delicious and appetizing.
Best Loaf and Roll That Can Be Bought
Try and Be Convinced
UA/'' / 4
Order Your Entire Crimas Dinner
. Frqm Our Store
A. L. MAHAFFEY %
BAKER AND GROCER
. MOTOR CAR
Few days are too cold for comfortable
driving in this sturdy car.
Snug-fitting curtains, which open and
close with the doors, afford complete
protection from wind and snow.
The carburetor and starter are famous for
their prompt and dependable response
on cold mornings.
Cord .tires, with sgfety treads, act as a
safegurd against..-%kidng, and greatly
reduce the possibiityof having to change
tires in disagreeable weather.
The PWce Is $99G delivered
Easterby Motor Co.