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bars~ o', merchanits, lawyersa, <d<
who knov/ values and realize
J)iurinlg the least d1ull winter
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rect at Lowest Prices.
direct from factories for tires in
we are able to offer them at a groat
he consumer. A saving. of from 35
you get full value, you don't have
Ilistributor's p)rofit, salesman's comn
; and overhead oxlenses. We sell
is prices am( YOU ('I' lil(G \':\l.VAl'
e our customers. Among them are
)ctors, Iplantors and m1on in all lines
the advantages of buying direct.
uitomobile months We secu1red some
i's and now offer our purchases lat
Ill. Goodyear, Quaker, Nassau, lm
Fl!LlaY. NO1ic Ill ESE PRIloldS
liI1 Y 1(101) Il1 ~LINiclt
$1.65 $1.90 $1.35
1.95 2.20 l .40
2.1) 3.10 1.910
2.90 :1.2 1.95
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5.11) 5.40 3.70,
5.80 6.20 4.0O
5.90 .35 420
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imlitedl, so we advise early ordernug,
fresh, fully guaranteedu goods. All
O1 NT' if full amountii iC~I acopanlis
30 por cent of cost. P roml)pt ship
tble to filli order. Senud us tiaIilf
ads, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in
o with Cardtii, the woman's
r : "Before I began to use
head would hurt so bad, I_
kill me. I was haidly able
>rk. Alter taking three bottles
:1 like a new woman. I soon
now, I (d0 all my housework,
inig woman would give
luii when I feel a little bad,
1c, sideC ache, nervousness,
etc., arc sure signs of woman-.
ou need Cardui, the woman's
:e a mistake in trying Cardui
been helping weak, ailing
FORTY ONE PERISH
WHEN SHIP SINKS
(Continued from Page Three.)
thing possible, however, for the com
fort of all survivors and Mrs. Ray
is being cared for at a loc ii hotel
Ulntil shte (1111 comliunicate with her
friends and determines when she will
proceed to New York. The case of
Mlrs. 1tay, a beautiful girl of not *wer
20 years, is one of the very saddest
of the diseaster. She was rescued; in
her night robe, and said:
"My husband and all were lost. 1
know not what to do."
Mrs. Thomas It. IBarrington of
llidgeport, Conn., and Lient. Le
(rand iB. Curtis, IT. S. A., died on the
steamer Nantucket after their rescue.
bieut. Curtis was taken from the
water unconscious and badly injured.
Deeds of Heroism.
'T'here were notable deeds of hero
ism by Assistant Engineer Oscar Per
kins and First Wireless Operator For
dinand -1. Kuhen. Perkins, when the
inrush of water put out the main
dynamo and left the Monroe in com
ilete darkness. rushed below and put
to work an emergency dynamo. He Is
among the rescued.
Wireless Operator Kuehn gave the
first S 0 S call and after adjusting a
life preserver, which would doubtless
have saved his own life, removed this
from his body and put it on a girl.
Kuehn was lost.
C. W. Poole, enroute from Gray
with his wife and child, had his wife
and child washed from his arms.
Md Gorman of New York told of
harrowing scenes of women cream
ing for 'help in the cabin of the Mon
roe. \Wilking upon the side of the
careened sinking ship, Gorman mot
a girl whom he begged to junm1p with
him into the sea. The girl refused
and perished. Gorman was at once
picked up by a passing lifeboat.
Risked Own Life,
.1. Gateley, sec'ond oillcer of the
Monroe, gave -his life preserver lp
to a lady who had none, and after
being washed into the water saved
himself by grabbing a floating ladder.
C. 11. 'Davis told how a frenziedl ne
gro standing upon the sinking Mon
roe asked another negro for a pocket
knife with which he proceeded to cut
his own throat from ear to ear an-l
then fell into the sea.
Though some of the negroes lost
their heads in tle end there has been
notable com.:nendation of their con
iuet generally and there are none
who laive anything but praise for the
yeneral (lene:anor of the negroes
aboard the Mlon roe in the great ex
eiftnt following the collision.
Italph .lalannagan, S2 Ilull street,
IrOOle yn, went. to the hospital tem
I(tarity. Ile is not seriously hurl.
Oin of th host thrilling stories told
by the survivors was that of Miss
Sally .(('o\obs, whom a crazed negro
e:m.:';ht by the hair In a lifeboat. She
was one of the nine members of the
.\ac aria 'leat rical conmpa ny who sur
vedl. MIiss MIc(Com bs owes her life
to the bra very of Charl es Sutton(I a
native (of Ilirtfordi, N. C., and1( a mzem
her' of the .\lon roe's c rewv who leaped0(
o)verb~oa rd from the foun derinrg sh1ip1
and kept her afloat in the icy water
unlt il they reached one of the Nan
I uicket's lifeboats.
Mliss lillda ilaviland, leading lady
of her sompilany3, with whom Miss Mc
('oonibs wals roomiing, aippeairs serious
ly affected by the explerienice.
O'C'onnel Not Hurt.
.lames Ot2onnell of Washington es
('aiped linury. lie was ini the water
for some time but is only slightly ini
dlisplosed from his ex perienice.
A. (1. IBrown of Brooklyn was
am~onig those who were foreed to walk
along n the side10 of the Monroe as
54he( careened just before sinkIng.
lainally all were washled into the sea.
Tlhe Monroe wenit dowvn easily. ho0w
ever, and( there was 1bu1t little suction.
Capt F. E. .lihnsoui, who commianid
ed the Monroe, came from the Nan
tllneket much(1 depre~Csed. le said(1 he
felt In no condition to talk aibout the
dIisast er at this time11 and~ would have
to defer any statemenlt thlat he makes
unlil hle has time to take an ofilal re
1(ort to the otlicers (If h11 comIpaniy.
I have been 'up for two (lays and a
night,'' said Capt. .bohnson, "'and you1
enn well uniderstaind how I hardly feel
like talkIng abhout tIs matter' righit
now. I will do so later 1but for thle
b(resenlt eann have niothing; io0 say' for.
.)lned by I11amlilton.,
Tlhe Mer(hant and ilc MIners' steaml
ship Nan ltuicket , a fter r'emii ng for
some tim on110I tile scene of the occi
dent , was joined by the0 Old D)ouiniion
steamier Illmiltonl, bound1( from New
Y'ork( to Nor'folk and1( by the I llmiltoni
was conivoyedl to Norfolk. The Nanl
tucket had a great ho0le ini her how~
andI will 1hav e to uundergo extensive
repir s. The 'Nantucket was boundi
fromn lioston t'o Norfolk and haiti
'lt0Thousands oIf people1 e rrwded thle
river frnt to watch the Nantucket's
arrival lat Norfolk this afternoon,
nearly 19. honrsafnter ile disnster.
The Nantucket's decks -were crowded
with survivors. Doctors had been
sent on tugs to meet her and there
were also aboar United States local
steamboat inspectors as well as law
yers representing both steamship com
panles. These had gone on tugs and
boarded the Nantucket as she came
intu llmpton Roads.
The coroner of Norfolk will go into
an inquiry bearing on the death of
Mrs. llarrington and lieut Curtis.
The Offielai Account.
Assistant General Manager 1;. E.
Palen of the Old Dominion Steamsliip
company tonight gave the Asso
ciated Press the followin statement:
"The Monroe left Norfolk at 7:40
and ran into a light fog when outside
of the capes, and was proceeding
cautiously on her route to New oYrk,
blowing a fog whistle every minute
by an automatic time clock.
"'fhe passed two vessels, stopping
in each case when she heard their sig
"When about half way between Cape
Charles lightship and the Winter
Quarter lightship, the lookout heard
the fog whistle of the Nantucket off
her starboard bow. She stopped and
blew two whistles, which were re
sponded to by the Nantucket. She
again blew two whistles, which were
not responded to, and immediately
thereafter the crash came.
Fog Very Heavy.
"The Nantucket was not visible ex
cept immediately before the collision,
the fog being heavy near the water,
but light above that.
"rhe Monroe was struck on the
starboard side, about one-third the
distance from her bow, the Nantuck
et penetrated the Monroe something
like one-third of her widat, making
the sinking of the Monroe inevit
"Capt. Johnson, who had been in
the pilot house for several hours, i
mediately gave notice to the steward
to awaken all the passengers, though
the passengers werd at that time rush
ing out of their staterooms. They were
told to come at once to the boat deck.
The dynamo, which was then running,
gave out in a few minutes and the ves
sel was encompassed in darkness utn
til Third Engineer Ascar Perkins rush
ed below and started the second dyna
mo, which ran for two or three milt
utes. The Monroe immediately listed
to the starboard, and in the course of
three or four minutes the starboard
side of the Monroe was awash and the
port side was :high In the air."
SiLIEN YOU'RE SICl
YOURl II .WlENi ST'I'OP
You know what that means-is
You know you can't afford to get
-k. Keeping in good health means
food and clothing for you and your
familily. It is up to you to take care
e' you rseif. It is up to you. whenever
:I don't feel right, to take something
t'o hke you right. to strmenogtlien yo I,
S111d you ip, ward off worse sickness
,rolet you and your family. 'lat
I ing we have In Itexall Olive Oil
I-:inulsion. In offering it to you, we
protect y'ou against moiiey-r'isk, by
personally3 priomnisi ng you that, if it
does not i'ostore yourm health, we will
or' questioni. WVe believe it is ,the best
builder of health, energy anid/;strength
you can get. It Is hel pin~ many of
your neighbor01s. If It (lonl't help you,
we wvill gIve hack your' in ney.
Rlexall Olive Oil I0mui l lon Is coim
posed principally 13 of ipurie )1lyve Oil andl~
lhe 11lypiophiosph ites. l' chi has long
been endbors(ed by sucessful phy3si
clans. I Iere they a'e' for the flrst
time (cmiihined. The resulIt is a re
innrk abl)e nierive, bIlood and strength
building remt~edy' that is both food and
medicine. F'or all who are iier'vous,
r'un--downa andl debilitated -no ma tter'
wvhiat the cause; for 01(1 people; for
convalescents ; for puny children, we
know~ of nothing that will give health
and sti'ength as quiickly as llexall
O1live 011 1Emulsion. It is a real build
or of good blood, strong muscles, goodl
digestion. Pleasant to take, it. con
taln u no -alcohol or habit-forminug drugs
If y'ou don't feel wiell, economize bo0th
monecy and~ strength by beginning to
day to take Rtexall Olive Oil 1Emul
sion. SoldI only at the Rexall Stores
and in th in town 0on1y by3 us5. $1.00.
I2aur'ens Driug Co. 1031 W. Main St.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
People's Bank Building
Lauren~s, S. C.
N. B. DIAL A. C. ToDD
DIAL & TODD
,Attorneys sat Law
Enterprise Bank Bulding, Lauren., S. C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Honey to loan on Iteal Estate-L~ong
Undertakers and Embalmere
Calls answere d any hours, day or night.
L.AUTTRENSi R. C.
We have a Special
Department with a larn
workers for the Manufi
of all kinds from the
African Feather Stock
We will be pleased to m
der upon request.
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.EYES EXAMINED AND TESTE,
EXAMINATION IS FREE. IF Y
WE WILL TELL YOU SO. IF Yi
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cture of the Highest
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