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Make all you can,
Save all you can;
Give all you can.
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Buy Your'Tires Direc vra eest Prices. I
.I) Imyi' ani cotractinjg j ir t from fadctore for tiro i n
lii c qu (ltiliti fo r .Soot, ('8411.++ arc able to offer~ thlem at aL groat
b0 to I iler to fI inpoe co tosmliers. Aaving of from 35
m' r hats yos diloy tirer a'n'
to pa th d'ale's vrom us you get full value, you don't have
i,'sianid tle ad.lizhe dviarinbutor's f' fit, s dlesii'an'q coin
iells dret to A( l h ieiis and ov fliea r orss. rc sell
.\Im) \ ' ,iSUaice at jobl~c:s prices am, YOU f:o n prcs': 1
s I% e'- r1 ,V '~i 1 i YOU P'AY FOR.
bank.I auto own((rH comipose our cus~tomeors. Amnong them are
W' 1, , rliauts, lawyers, dloctors, planitrs and 11101 in all lines
iI.OVy valu es andis realize. the advanltags of buying dlirect.
i ,r tng tiro 1)81 duill winteri autonmobile miontsi we scuredC somel
,t cells ut d1ealls from the factories andi now offer our jpurlchases at
tl ollowiig ptrices:3
Atuong our tires are Diamond. Goodyear, Quakor, Nassau,
f. hire, Iisk aid others of equal luality.
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114 It (ii i r~s re iA 1110F41 1,01y5Y.I
O S IN T I2. G i H8 D I. 1 5t11alN Iit
28x0 $7.20 $1.5 $1.i90 $1.35
20x 0 7.80 1.95 !.20 1.40
-;Ili r"% 10.80 2.80) 8.11) 1.91)
x3% V.1.01) 2.90 :t.20 1.95
x 42 11.110 2.95 3i.Vr 2.0
x3% 12.40 :1.00 3.)30 2.05
x 4 1:. 10 :.10 3.40 2.31
,X 4 1:1.15 :.20 :1.60 2.:15
'x t 13.70 -- :1.35 :1.80 2..1)
:3x41 1 1.90 :11.50 :3.90 2..45
x U- 1 11.10 :8.60 .4.00 2.60
t 17.25 :1.75 -1.20 2.71)
81x1 17.85 :1.90 4.25 2.80
x 1/% 18.00) -8 5.10 3.10
7I / 21i.50) 5.10) 3.1:.710
x52:100 5.80 6.20 4.00
x 210 5.90 6.35 41.20
W(IAN Il'll.NISII ALA. O1lilt'L S!'ZES-NON-SKlID 10 PElt
h~i~h~~L~.~ C U N T tJIIO~fllflt.e
Our suply of thesse tires is limited, so we advise early orderinig.
Itementer. they alre new, clean. freshl, futlly guaranteed goods5. All
TieFactories Sales CompanyI
And For Three Sumniers Mrs. Vmn.. believe I would have died if I hadn't
centWas nabl to tten to After I began taking Cardui, I was
Any of Her Housework. g~reatly uhelped, and all th~ree bottles re
lie ved ime entirely.
Pleasant Iliilt, N. C.-"l suffered forsrneritremotIfltika
three summers," writes Mrs. VWalteroteprsnaoghr"
Vimeent, of this town, "and 'he third and Cru sprl eeal n ete
last time, was my1) worst. atn.Isigeinshv lll oi
I had'dreadfutl nervotis headaches andefctonhewnaycnsiuo.
prostration, and was scarcely able to
walk abouit. Could not do any of my Cadlmksfriceedtrnl,
I also had dreadful palns in my back vu ytm n ep omk ae
and sides and whien one of those weak, slo hes rs n oy
Smnking spells would come on me, I Cru a eidtoeta ilo
w~ouild have to give tip and lie down, I ilsrl ofryu htI a
uni:il it wore off.
I was certainty in a dreadful state of(lnfothi.TrCrdioay
w -'t, we I fnlydecidled to try speilI
~ itl, he ontn's oni, aid firlyeffect,::; on the womanlpconstitution
PRIMARY QUESTION IS
CONSIDERED BY HOUSE
Four Bills Now on Calendar, Momi.
bors Give Views For and Against
Columbia. Feb. 5.-'rlma ry reform
and the best means to secure it 'oc
eu pled the attention of the 1louse this
norning for most of the session, and
were discussed again tonight. Four
bills having this general purpose are
oil th:' Calendar, and amendm ents in
t"oduced today will have the effect
pa(tically of bringing new measures
beofore the consideration of the body,
as they are of so sweeping a nature
as hardly to be considered as amend
lnents, buti as bills themselves.
Mr. Riley, Mr. Nicholson and *Mr.
Iiittenberg have prepared measures on
IIhe primary, and. the judiciary coin
Iittee, to which they were referred,
prepared a substitute for the bills of
.\lessrs Riley and Nicholson and re
liorted the Rittenberg measure favor
ably with certain amendments. ir.
'tanIley and air. Gasque, as a sub-con
ifIttee from the committee on privi
logos and elections, introduced still
aniother bill on the same subject.
"If today's session serves as any
indiation of the temper of the Ilouse
some bill will be passed to change
the pri:nary laws, and the question is
nijnply one of judgment on which of
the proposed bills and almendmnents
should be selected.
Only one speaker, Mr. Irby, of Lau
renis, took the position that the pres
ent. laws were suflicient.y strict andil
should not be revised, and \Ir (.
Wyche , partyphy'rIntroduced a
c'ry ,. b111, .AMr. Wyche giving it
isy , i.s opinion that, only slight revis
.on Was necessary.
"The bill introduced by the judiciary
conmnittee has been prepared with the
co-operation of Goyernor llease,"
said \I r. Stevenson, of Chesterfield.
in defending the bill. Mr. Stevenson
took up in detail the hills introduced
by .\Isss .\liley and Nicholson and
pointed out what ho tihoulght were
their principal weaknesses, and which,
he said, did not appear In the coml
"In the first place, the bill by Ir.
.IMiley prvoides no salary for the coun
ty registrar, and places in the hands
of a single man the power to decilde
whether or not a citizen of the State
slil be entitled to vote," said Mr.
Stevenson. "I am of the opinion that
we o('ld not get ia capable manl to
take the otlice absolutely without
pay, and further, that the board of
comlnissioners should consist of more
than one 11a."
.l r. Ste mv(1n son then explained the
com ll Itte' hill. Itriefly, its provisions
Prot isions of 11111.
Thal. all political irties in this
Sta:te whaich -poll as many as 20,Oi0
votes'for the head of their ticket Slhall
he entitleil to have registration for
voie'S iIn tihei' primary eleetolls.
T'Ihait 1)n1 or before February I of
('ounty3, toi be known as the board of
pra iiary re4gistrailt ion. Thiese arev to
bie app~l~Ioile by3 the governaor 011 ree0
ommenda01(:1tion11 of thle colan1ty dlelega
lions, and1( that thiey'.shall receive the
sameI 0i alai 'e5s sl member's * of the
ciiunIty' boa:1rds of regist ration11.
That thle hooks (If r'egistrat Ion shiallI
lie keptl openl fr'oml A pr'ii toIi \Agust
each('i townsip i, no01i'e to b~e givenl by
the superlvisor' in till apersI oh' then
date of (311 opeing thie. book s ini the town -
lle(tIrement('l s oIf 0110 y'ear's resi1
dii'n('e In the( State and thrIee mlonths in
the. ('(un1t1y for' i'eglst ration ar ie piro
vled In tile lill. TIhe v'oter' mulst taike
the oath that lhe Is qlalified to vote,
is not1 already(13 regi stored0 alld mus1t5
give his age0 andi place oIf r'esiil('nce.
li. shal thenI bI le regist ered and re
echoe a certille'ate, stalting Is age and~
plaice (If residence, lInm andlfllf nu
her as a vo0ter.
Iight. of appelal to tile ('Ircu'Ilit .1 udge
Is r'eser Ived to) those0 who' 0ar e reOfused
On~ A\ugulst I Ih' books arie placed
ill the handis oIf th il'(ler'k (If ('ourt,
wihl shiall g1ive (one boo(k to eachl voti ig
rlne('l(t anad keelp a (dupIl i(nte in lisa
Otlie('. No 0110 who i.; not enr'olld
shall ib' 01ntitled t~o vote. P'oll ligtsl
pa red for thie purp'lose of ascertaIll
Ing5(111 dpication(11. Ihooks are to lbe
k('pt. 03p(n to thle pub lIc and1 ally cit.!
zen01 has the r'ighi to1( chllenge anlothI
('s rIiht to vote.
lFalse swena'inig is pihabldle under
the bil11 wit.h a fine of not more than
$500t or'11 iprisonmlenlt (If nlot more than11
six mlonthls, 01' bIoth.
"Thie b11 prIovidles what, we haave got
to hlave ill ordler to insure1' honest
eleOctions ill 50outh Carolina,"' said Mr'.
FStevenlson, "and1( that is, an aceearate
r'ecord ill tile clerk of Cour't's ofilee
thirlaty (lays before the election, shiow..
11ng exactly who is enltltledl to vote in
thle electIon. 'fho r'ecorid 15 puliIc
an a111lny cltizenCI wVho is nlot satisfied
that another should 'have the right to
vote in the election has the opportun
ity of giving his position to a com
m.ittqe q'ualified and empowered to
lReferring to the last election, Mr.
Stevenson said that it had been stated
that in a cert'ain town of Chesterfield
County on election day, when the train
stopped for an hour, every passenger
got off and voted.
M i. C. C. Wyche spoke IIn favor of
his amendment, which provided ' a
more lenient syst:In of laws than
the committee bill. Nir. Miley .thought
there should be only one registrar,
as when there are three enoh will
likely shirk his duty, he said. lie
was opposed to closing the registra
tion books thirty days before the elec
Irby Opposes 'Reform.
Alr. I rbv, in a speech in which he de
nontnced the newspapers, fought
against any reformation of the pres
ent priarliy rules.
The amendment by Mr. Stanley and
Mr. Gasqtae for the committee on priv
ileges and elections provided presenta
tion of the poll tax receipt for the pre
lous year, though the lame and halt
might. be excused from paymen't upon
sufflicient excuse. The registration
certilleante must be stamped with the
name of the voter, the date of registra
tion and the voting precinct. Mr.
Stanley spoke briefly for the amend
On motion of Mr. Brice further dis
cussion was postponed un.t"- ',iglit'.
There was a.1ec ,;i change in the
plt'' regulation situation at the
night session, when the discussion
was resumed. Before going to the Sen
ate to ratify the first batch of new
acts, Mr. Irby and Mr. Moore romped
all over the proposition of changing
the primary laws or accepting any
At the night session Mr. Irby. speak
ing on ta.te primary regulation, de
clared that the bill gave an opportun
ity for favoritism to election oflicers.
11( asked how the election ollicials
could afford a more involved machin
ery when they failed to enforce the
:aachinery as it now stood. The ene
ulies of the governor were in control
of the polls, lie stated, and if there
was corruption they were responsible.
lie compared the present movement
with the political upheaval of the
Mr. Stevenson declared there was no
comparison between the Iwo move
ments anl that this bill disfranchised
nobody. lie stated that he started the
1 rst primary system in IS88. lie told
'ir. Irhy that his father, together with
enator 1'llumimnm, was responsible for
;1c Constitutional (Con vent lon of Is95
at ohiui red an educntional test and
''operty qtualiflcation for voting.
Mr. Irby denied in strong language
t' at his father signed the ('onstitu
-Im as framed at that Convention, nd:ii
clared that lie refused only beucase
thes cipnal~ieat ions? HIe favored :i
de-oeni election and said lie belier
t In the work of all classes of white
~ople' in the Stacte. lie recceived ap
,':m *se aiid argued that the wit le ieO
ple we're now, anid have always becen,
honiest in thir m primarnies. lie was
uttercly opposed to restriction bauil
:up iby thei pliutocrncy.
Goverinor Starts ('heerinug.
Goternor Iilecase waus oii the floor'
an md haniiddl .\mr. Irb'y a c'opy of the C'on
st it uo toi show that his fa ther-Semi
ato ci'Irhy-hadni refused to sign the
Coinstit utioni becauise it pri'c"ded too
severme r'est rict ionis on tihe por' miani.
This was .\ir. I rby's view, which was
piiphlaudcld, Gov'ernor Ill e:aso st arit ing
Mr'. Moor'e, of Abboville, said that itf
thle last electioni was fraudulent the
miimbihets oif thle tpresenit I loiisi' hld c
thIielmr offices by firamil. lie statedc the
hliI was am n ntorinag wedge foir a ire
turni to thle old ('onvent ion system,
Thliis is thle iimlerulyi ng reasonu behin d
et he wh'ole miovemnent, lie sahlc. lie de
claired that thier'e was nio necessity3 for
the lull aiid that the muajority oif lihe
peopile cdiid iiot wishm the lhaiige. Mr.
Miore was i:t t'rly opiposedl to any
chiange oii 'thle gi'ound tha ct it was uise
Mr. LIles, of Oranigebutrg, spoke for'
the hIll, lie stairtd oiiut by samyinig that
thle gover mnor' of the state was respon
silbe f'or the' staitemenit, in a speech
fromi the R'atc louise steps, that there
wer e '.i0,(000 lil ega I i, cs cast ina thte
electlon . Mr'. Lil s sahiilihe got t his
on good auithioi'ity.
Ilcfor'e Mr'. Tsiles wvas faly3 st aited
thle Iiou se adjourn'eid to aeceplt an in -
vitat ion fr'om the Seana to to tmee't lio
joiint. session for' L~ie liurmpose of rati
How Is Your Roileri
it hias been stated that a man'sc
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engiine aiid lis motith the fire hox. Is
your boiler (stomach) in gooud work
ig or'dei' or' is it so weak that it wvill
not stand a full load and not able to
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it, to dho its wvork naturally. Many have
been effecteid by thiemi. Foi' sale by
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