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'jlWill Find a Helpful Suggestion
In This Letter.
. Overworked, rundown, "fagged
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Bays: "Last winter I was completely
run down and felt fagged out alb the
time, was nervous and had indiges
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good. The tired, worn-out feeling is
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und well. The stomach trouble soon
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I nave not had any trouble with my stomach for
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The Bluebird bids fair to
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W. B. Knyjht
HBWUSON, PQATHBRGTONE & KNKMtT
Attorneys at Law
La tarsus, S. C,
Prompt and careful attention given
Office Over Palmetto Bank.
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Enterprise Dank Building, Latirene, S. C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
MONEY TO LOAN
MEET OF CAROLINA
VETERANS AT AIKEN
General Order on Hie Reunion Huh
Keen Issued by 1'. It. Brooks, Com
mander of the First Brigade.
Columbia, March 28.?Tho following
general order has been Issued on the
reunion of the United Confederate Vet
erans of South Carolina at Alken by
U. Jl. Brooks, commanding the First
Headquarters First Brigade, U. C. V.,
S. C. Division, Columbia, S. C,
March 27, 1913.
General Order No. 1.
Soldiers of the cause for which we
fought and won under the contsitu
tlon. The bloody campaigns of the
sixties are over. Your arduous duties
as the advance and rear guard of
armies of the Confederacy arc finish
ed. Your gallantry in action, your
cheerful endurance and suffering from
hunger, fatigue and exposure, render
you worthy of all commendation. A
half century ago, for four long years
you were scarcely free for a moment
without the range of the enemy's guns
You are now but a small remnant of
the grandest army that the world ever
saw. Comrades, you are Invited to
the beautiful and lovely city of Alken,
where you will receive a welcome,
such as you will never forget?the re
union of ion you will ever remember
as a green spot on memory's waste.
You will meet comrades that you have
not seen since we parted at Appomat
tox and Greensboro. With your cor
rades in Alken on the 23d and 24th of
April you can talk with one another
about how you have fought largely
superior numbers of the enemy's
troops of all arms, and how your con
tinuous contact with the enemy's
troops taught you to repose without
fear under his guns, to fight him
when found, and quietly to make vour
bivouac under the light of his camp
It will give your commander great
pleasure to present to you in Alken
your beautiful sponsor. Miss Wtay
Meetze of Columbia, and her accom
plished maids of honor, Miss Henrietta
Johnson of the old historic town of
Camden, and Miss Laura Douglass of
Winnsboro, which, too, is not without
history. All of these young ladles
are daughters )f your gallant com
By order of , V. R. BROOKE,
Commanding First Brigade.
.1. E. Larisy,
Chief of Staff and Adjutant General.
Hillside, March 29.?Claud Nelson,
of Merna. was the guest of George W.
Adalr. Friday night.
Marvin Peden entertained some of
bis friends, Friday, with an old-time
Laurens E. Cox made a business
trip to Fountain Inn, Friday.
Tully Babb of Rabun was In Hill
side Wednesday, purchasing horses.
?Big rains In Hillside, and it's cold
too. Roadn are very bad,
Mr. and Mrs. Mlllcdge Melton, of
Warthon, visited Mrs. Melton's motb
er, Mrs. Alice Tolllson, Friday.
G. Floyd Weathers was in Rah'in
Miss Madge Tolllson is the guest of
relatives In Warthen.
The people of Hillside are going to
purchase a now organ for the church.
A committee, composed of Mlssoa Car
rie Woods and Maggie Thomosoi and
.lohn "Bradley, has already secured
over $30 toward this fund. Contribu
tions will be gladly received by the
D. W. Thompson and F. L. Weathers
were In Dunklln, Wednesday.
Oround is still too wet to plow In
this section. No plowing will be dnn-j
uofore April is ushered in.
Sloan B. Kskew was hauling lum
ber In Waterloo, Thursday.
Mrs. Alma Knight and Miss Jen
nlo B? visited Mr. and Mrs. John W.
Knight of Babbtown, Friday.
Karl Boden of Ba*bbtown was in this
LADIES, WHY NOT PRESERVE
YOUR YOUTH AND BEAUTY?
Parisian Sage, the quick acting hair
restorer, Is for sale In I^aurcnn by
Laureus Drug Co. and Is sold with a
rigid guaranteo at 50 cents a largo
Parisian Sa^d has an immense sale,
and bore are tite reasons:
It in safe and harmless.
It eifttes d anil ruff In two weeks, by
killing fho daadruff germs.
It stops falling hnlr.
It proniptl>/ stops Itching of the
It makes the hair soft and luxuri
It gives life and beauty to tho hair.
It is not sticky or greasy.
'It is tho daintiest perfumed hair
It Is the best and most pleasant and
Invigorating hair dressing made.
Fight shy of tho druggist who offers
yoti n substitute, ho Is unworthy of
your confidence. Glroux Mfg. Co., Buf
falo, N. Y., American Makers.
DROP IN LONG STAPLE COTTON.
New Bedford Mills Able to Use Short
(Now Bedford Special to the New
York Journal of Commerce.)
The feature of the Industrial situa
tion In this city during fhe past week
haB been the rather sudden and pro
nounced decline in the values of long
staple cotton. Staples of three-six
tecnths and over, which have been held
In the South or in this city for'a con
siderable length of time?as much as
three years in some Instances?have
been thrown on the market at quick
ly declining prices without exciting
much buying Interest among the man
This decline in staple cotton prices
is the cllmnx to the swing of the fine
cotton goods mills onto coarser and
heavier goods requiring shorter lengths
of cotton during the past two or three
years The market for the long sta
ples has in consequence of this change
in the kind of goods woven, complete
ly collapsed. With the prices of fine
goods very low the manufacturers
were absolutely unable to pay the
premiumns which bads been asked for
the longer length cottons. But South
ern holders of them, believing that
the demand for them was bound to re
turn, have in large measure refused
to let go their stocks at sacrifice
prices and have reluctantly lowered
their quotations cent by cent without
being able to dispose of their cotton.
How radical the reduction has
been may be seen in the case of 1 3.8
inch cotton. In strict middling grade
36 cents was asked for this not a
year ago. This week there were sev
eral lots of it offered in this market
under 20 cents, and at that were not
ready sales. On 1 7-16-lnch staple the
asking price within the past year has
been 38 cents. Today there Is no use
of offering it to New Bedford mills,
for they are not manufacturing any
goods In quanlttty that requires it.
On 15-16 the price declined 3 cents a
pound within as many days this week.
These declines in the longer sta
ples, while represen'ing heavy losses
to the holders of them, do not relieve
the position of the maunfacturers.
Thegoods on which the cloth mills
here are operating require only the!
shorter lengths of cotton and on these (
puotations have held steady with no
freer offerings than has been the case;
during the past few weeks. Being'
able to use the ohortcr cotton the
manufacturers can be induced to buy
the longer staples only by reducing
or wiping out entirely the premiums
asked for them, and it has been in an
effort to bring this about that the
holders of the longer cotton have
New Bedford mills have shown
some what more Interest in cotton
durbig the past week than during the
month or so previous, but reports
would not Indicate that much cotton
has been actually disposed of. Al
though the cloth mills are not book
ing much forward business and are
still running as much hand to mouth
as they have been for many months,
and although the yarn mills, which
are better supplied with forward busi
ness are fairly well covered on cotton
It is generally believed that the mills
will very shortly have to come Into
the market for considerable cotton.
There is continued slow improve
ment in the percentage of total ma
chinery In operation. It Is now esti
mated that throughout the city not
much more than 5,000 looms are Idle,
this being only about 10 per cent of
the entire weaving equipment. Need
lesss to say, with the yarn market as
strong as it has been, the spinning
departments of the mills are running
full. This is tho best situation in
which New Bedford mills have found
themselves In many mounths. Tariff
developments at Washington will tell
the story of how long this condition
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If your bouse is beginnivi.'j to have a shabby look and to show
paint-bare spots here and
wait another dayl
before cccin/j the
painter. A coat of
paint v.'.zlc cf
Atlantic White Lead
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end pure linseed c'.l Yr!'.l actually odd
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The sooner ycu p.;:::t, t'.ie )sZ3 paint
you will need. White lead paint,
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If you are a woman, feel tired, dull, and are nervous,
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NOTICE OF ELECTION.
State of South Carolina,
County of Laufens.
Whereas, petitions sgned by a legal
number of the qualified electors and
free-holders residing In Jacks School
District No. 3, Laurcns County, South
Carolina, asking for an election upon
the question of voting a five (5) mill
tax upon the property in said school
district to be used for school purpos
es have been filed with the County
Hoard of Education, an election is
hereby ordered upon said question,
said election to be held at Renno on
the 16th day of April, 1913, under
the management of the school trus
tees of said district.
Only such electors as return real
or personal property for taxation and
who exhibit their tax receipts and
registratiorycertlflcates as required in
the general election shall be allowed
Tmosc favoring the five mill special
tasufthall vote a ballot containing the
word "YES" written or printed there
on. Those against the said tax shall
vote a ballot containing the rword
"NO" written or printed thereon. Polls
shall open at the hour of S o'clock in
the forenoon and shall remain open
until the hour of 4 o'clock In the af
ternoon when they shall close and
the ballots counted.
The trustees shall report the results
of the election to the County Super
Intendent and to the County Auditor
within ten days thereafter.
GEO. L. PITTS',
By order of the County Board.
Condensed Passenger Schedules.
Botwcon Greenville, Anderson and
Trains leave and arrive Greenville
corner Main and Washington Streets.
Effective Sunday, January 12, 1913, ac
follows: / i
No. . Ti/ie No. Time.
1?\5/55a. m. 2? 8:20a.m.
3?1^:45 a.m. 4?10:35 a. m.
5?10:00 a. m. 6?12:35 p. m.
7?11: 4g a. m. 8? 2:15 p. m.
9? 1:45 p. m. 10? 4:15 p. m.
11? 3:40 p. m. 12? 5:00 p. m.
15? 4:65p.m. 16? 6:35p.m.
17? 6:35 p. m. 18? 7:35 p. m.
19? 8:10p.m. 20?10:35 p.m.
?21?11:00 p. m.
Tickets on sale at G. S. & A. Termi
nal Main Street.
E. THOMPSON. C. S. ALLEN,
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt
Oil Cook Stoves in all sizes, call
and let us demonstrate to you the ad
vantages of the "New Process."
S. M. & E. H. WILKES & CO.
IS YOUR CREDIT GOOD?
THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE
Merchants' Credit Company
For This District As a Basis of Credit
RY THIS SYSTEM each individual is
placed on record, showing how many
places they secure credit and with what
degree of promptness they pay their bills.
The book will show, not the financial stand
ing, but the CREDIT STANDING, of
everybody, man or woman, who trades on
time, and as it is not a financial rating the
poor man who pays his bills promptly will
secure a higher rating than the man of
means who does not.
NOW IS THE TIME TO PAY THE
OLD ACCOUNT AND SECURE A
GOOD CREDIT RATING