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Gatarrh a Blood Disease
S. S. S. Drives It From Your Systerm
Because Catarrh afYects the nose It Is the greatest blood purifier and
ardi throat, causing sores in the nos.- blood tonic known. It relieves the
tri!s. stoppage of air-passages and cause of Catarrh by the process of re
gati-ring in the throat, it has been nourishing the blood, renewing its
cel1ninon practlce to treat Catarrh by sighli and vIgor. giving new life to
Ie -m , washes iand sprays applied to ti- red blood corpuscles and stitulat
th parts. This mitode of treatuxerit In g the flow so tlit it has the vitality
I y wrong. Itl cannot give per- to throw off the Ilmisit(] germs
. !t relief, and it is liatl' to im - froi- l the system. It Is literally a
'd11( aggraovalte the trble. Ca- blood bath. You quly feel results.
t en 1int I ho rifled with. If al. Ileadnehes disnppear, the gathering it
to Nrk oin it will dilse'ase l% ii' thro t shipt' tio trils heal
ii tbs, settl' 4 o tie l nags , erore you hardly realize it.%you are
011n1,cit--inideed it is a very s- w 1ii. S. S. S. i a attiraI blood toife
se ns. I )o' I, trt ini t t Iocally. 1iltd ha" proven effective it tile treat
It that it, e se h idches s latent of fill bfooal a Iyet bus. Eze it
1,711 P 1.4 (i-iisde by :inimrin 4 letters. n141, Senofull. Get S. S. S
b11%. oTe : ro nti r ua! iten t your at ruggLst's. If you liedSle
wnvc e C'icd % lit ilie cia Iicr write the S. S. S. Co., At.
i t sItrs S. S. S.he great:. (:bf
Sombe Quitck SellIers
cuWe mention ohere a few of the
$many items that were recognized
by expert buyers during the past
week and purchased freely. I
Yard wide Pongee Plaid Silk in choice col
tPerspiration proof Chiffon Taffetas.
36 inch plain Wash Silk, colors white,
green, light blue and navy per yd. 25c
from 15c to 25c per yard.
S..Just opened a yard wide Velvet Corduroy
in pure white at 50c.
4, With a full line of Silk Velvets all stand
eWr G. WILSONl& CO.
ASl Advi, wrteft t 9h ,.S .C . t
LSETS Chap Stick for
chametped hands and
nimips --a remedy that has
brven ets uy rth for mhans
Perproe rof ComTaffeas
gren, igh bue nd av pe /d 5
TheN rageOfUil NE nis Po nrunn
AN CLCK WE HANL USOSSNS &PLCUAL
fr" ISrTHE ONumrE BSTI.SSN EruA CIoURm CI.
FV ATJ.N LEET S TChaN StickS THM fOrM~
D)O'T YRE UME NEE RD YO ER O!
ANDT W C~LCK WE ADLE MANY POSESS "PNCITUAL
5OTY''O ISTLOE MOEY, LLO TOE TEC YRG CIE.
DRN.UFACUAEMINGPERSI. E HMT
CHOOL ON fiE. GIV YOUR! ITTE Y R IRS
NEW WATC. N RSEN CAULAETE OMCI
MAY BE INDICTED.
Charged That North and South Caro
lUna Buyers have Kept the Price
Wtashington, Oct. 23.-Special agents
of the Federal Tra(le Commission be
gan an Investigaton of charges that
cotton buyers in North and South
Carolina and Georgia have combined
to keep down prices to producers. The
coi pla lints 5 tleged that large pir:
chasers of cotton in the states naied
have combined to divide territory In
such a Way as to allow themi practi
cally to fix the price to the grower.
Commissioner W. J. larris, who re
ecived the complaints, r'ecoimm uteided
a tltoioughl investigation. which was
ordered by the conunission.
Member s of Ile conuission said
tiha if the allegal ios of the comn
plainiants were suslhtaintiated, the comn
bintation would onstitilte a traint
of tIrade, aild Ile commission would
be althorized to proceed under the
aliti- truist lavws. h'lat would Imeanl inl
stitution of the first suit of the kind
brought through the commission since
Agents of both ithe econominc and
legal divisions of the commission will
conduct the investigation. The trade
commission issuted the following
"The federal trade cominission has
ordered aln immediate investigation to
determine whether there is a cotibi
nation by cotton buyers of South
Carollina, North Carolina and Georgia,
to hold down the pIlice of cotton.
Ihis ilnvestigation has beetn Iindertak
en at the instance of Commissioner
II atrr'is, to whose attenlotin complaints
lave come that such a combination
does exist, resultilig inI his sibmlission
of th mattr to Ile commission.
"''This iIformat ion is to the cffef't
that 'or* years past in the three slates
Iltelitionted alld tmore particularly in
ithe two Carolinas thlere have been va
ryin1Wg prices for '(tIon, often this dit
fetrence amilounting 1o one-half celt
p('lr pould ill IWo points not Iliore
Sthan iweity mlleh's dIktant floma each
"This diffe'rencr inl price, it is al
leged in coilaittts wticli have ieacli
ed tie (onliiissionl, seeis to be tile
sole result of tile worcings of this
colibiiation. For instance, it is cited,
Imaniy (ities and towis have practi
ally 1no live mirkel, dlie to the fact,
that divisions of territory for biy
g pulrposes are made, one territory
belotiginhg to one buyer, another ter
ritory to another.
"These alleged piactices ate said to
;e con filed to certtain places indicat
et ill the complaitit to a grte:it 'x
tentf, possibly, thanl to other points
witin I Ie states specified."
( 'RED BYV PIIN-:!
I :v' you ver ( on%(I thtroughi a typi
cal pie forest whel you had a cold?
What a viorous iillise i sent! flow
you opeild wide your lilngs to take
in those inivigor'aintug and lilysterious
tlalit ies. Yes, D'. lell's Pile-Tar
IHoley pos'sses those stitiilt1inA
(ilal ities and o% 1verc'domel(s btac'king
coughs. The inetr lining of thte thrloat
Is st rengthetied In its atanc k algaIist
('old germs.z5 E'ver'y faily needs1 a bot
tle constantly3 at hatid. 25c.
IlThat Tired Grouchty Feeling Means a
LIv-Ver-Ltax wvill clear you out, and
niake you feel fine and dlandy again. It
is just as effective as calomel, but has
tione of its well known disagreeable
L~iv-Ver-L~ax eliminates poisons,
cleanses the system, andl relieves con
stipation in a thloroughi but pleasant
manner. A little taken regular'ly,
mecans conisistent health and no doctor
4Guaranttee. Every bottle bearing the
likeness of L. K. Grigsby, is giuaran
teed to give sat isfact ion otr yo0ur mioney
wiill lie retturnied. For sale here In 50c
andl $1.0li size bottles at Lautrenis Dru~g
*SOSe e e e *e * .. .....
* Wa0 ilNho inrlol
* * * * * * 4** A * * .*. .
Fit'st( Grade: Frani lk Neighbhors, Frted
tma Richey'~, 141llie .hOnes5, Nora Spoon,
Gilady's .\lootre, Latidon WVater's, Robert
Jennings, Fed Gossett, Owiens Dobo.
Thiirdl Grade : Chlora Fleing, Olin
Duiftle, Roy Gwynl, Kirk Tay'lor, PautI
Tihotmas, Edlwin Thtomias, Lewis Rid
dIe, Roy Page, Jay Ciarke, WValtcr
Fourth Girade: Clara Alien, Roy
Minms, Lucile Mlartin, Roy Gaston.
FiFth Gr'ade: Vino Allen, Emmett
Jessee, Florence Biarnette, lnez Col
lIer, Clyde D~ezern, Clydle Golilghtly,
Marie Riodle, H erman Tay'lor.
Sixth Gr'ade: Ruth Oxner', ,James
Mc"venth (irade: Clarence Mar'tin,
Gertrunde Oxner', Nannie Lee Shoddy.
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take thie Old Standardl G'ROVP/8
TASTEL~ESS chili TONIC. You know
what you are takinlg, as thte formiutla is
pinited oni every label, showing it is
Quininue atnd Iron ill a tasteless form.
hue Quittine drives out tialaria, the
Iron builds up the system. 50) conts
Clipping Front Army and Navy llegis.
ister Discusses Conditiou of State
Columbia, Oct. 18.-The war depart
tent has on several occasions ex
inressed its appreciation of the efforts
niade by Gov. Manning and other State
ofIlcinls of South Carolina to bring
file National Guard to a high degree
of viliciency. This is more recently
evidenced by tle following article
wih ap3peared in The Arny and Navy
ltegihter of October 16:
"The burcau of militia affairs of
the war depart ment has learned with
grati.fleation of tile increased activity
on tl he part of tihe organized iilitia of
m1ost of Ihe States. P'ogress Is being
made toward the organization and
equilpmient of machine gun companies,
the supply of which is being provided
fronm (lie federal funds as req i isit 111ons
are co!Alin in. The militia situation
in South Carolina has perceptibly iml
proved( under the gilidance of the new
State oillcials, although in that State,
as In most of the other Southern
States, great difliculty is being en
countered in keeping the property re
turns straight. That is a problem
which has long confronted the army
oflicers who have to do with the
equipment of the organized militia.
Thee is a notable lack of attention to
the obligation of taking care of pub
'lie property, especially the articles
which are issued for individual use.
It is realized by the war department
authorities that there wIll have to be
increased accountability i in ils par
tieilar. The hureau some (i1me ago
completed the detalls of the draft of
tle new m1ilitia law, which iel udes
the provision for increased pay of
coin In issioned personnel antd enlisted
force. It is expected that tihe war dev
partileit will make his imlensere a
ipart of its general plans for improved
nia tionial (lefense, and the (1111 imeni of
he house an(d -elate iilitary 'omiiiiilt
fees have alreatdy signified their in
leition of slipporting a hill which i-ll
colntribu te to the elicIency of vhe
militia, provided it. has the lndorse
Ient of the a(liilislt rat ion."
The plan referred to in tile clip
ping, knownu ais the milita pay bill,
contem plates the payient. to oflicers
of tile militi31 15 per cenit. of ofliers
of like r'ik inl the regiularI ar11y, and
to enliste(d iein 25 per cent.
Since his l.iaugu rat ion Gov. Mlan
ning has shown interest in the Na
ional Giuard of this state, making the
Inatleent hat lie was determiiled
111011 anl11 l iIrovellent in the militia.
l.:'st April, after the aniuil inspec
tion had been coipleted. ilie governor
ditanded those coll panics which1 had
fllen below the standard of eill
cieney set by the war departimenl aInd
'eorganized into two regimnilts of in
fantry the remaining companies which
!a ed 1hv it' Inspection satisfactorily.
"The very great i mproveimeti n the
Nitional (enard," said al. .1. Shiapter
'abiwell, inspector general, "and the
lilole harmniou1s feel inig existiig
a1mong thle ofiliceris wa31s evidence byv
thle r'eports of tihe army (1 c'ers, who
mnade thle inspiect ions of lth two 'l' reg i
meint s duiring the summ1tier' encam iip
mients. Every one who attend(ed those
enlCampm Iilent s declared t hat. they were
far andl awvay ahead of anything ever
Are You Tu3 Fat?
If you are too stout don't take fat.
reducing medicines. Cut dowvn on
your diet, get out-of-door exercise, and
you will assume normal lines and re
duce to normal weight. Avoid sweets,
eggs, cream, fat mecats, and especially
potatoes. Live mainly on lettuce,
spinach, cabbage, lean meats, young
onions, celery, tomatoes, etc. Take
salted toast instead of bread and but
ter. If you cease to give your body
fat-making foods you will cease ere
ating fat cells. It is no trick to ieduco
if you practice self-denial.
A ('LOGG4ED SYSTEMI
Are you bilious, dizzy and listless?
Dr. ing's New Life Pills taken at
on1ce seizes up Ion ('onst ipation and1(
s1itrt Ithe bowels moving naturally
and easily. Moreover it acts without
grilling. Neglect of a clogged system
often leads1 to most ser'ioius c3ompilica
tions. Poisonous matters and a biody
poorly functioning need immediate at
tention. if you wish to wake up to
morrow morning happy in mind and
entirely satisfied, stnrt your treatment
tonight. 25 a bottle.
Make Our Own Wrongs.
We make ourselves more injuries
than are offered to us; they many
times pass for wrongs in our own
thoughts, that were never meant so
by the heart of him that speaketh.
The apprehension of wrong hurts more
than the sharpest part of the wrong
C'OU(IIS TIIAT' AlRE ST'OPPED!
Careful people see that they arc
Stoippedl. Dr. King's New Discovery
is a remnedy of tried merit. It has held
its own on the market for -16 years.
Y'outh and1( (old age testify to its soiothi
inlg and healing qualities. Pneumonia
and1( lung t rotubles are often causedl by
delay of trmeatmient. Dr. KIng's New
iDlscoveriy stops those backing coughs
and relieves Ia gippi~e tendencies.
M~onier back if It fails. 60c nnd $1.00
One-Man Mohair Top
The new Maxwell is equipped with a one.
man real mohair top. It can be raised or low
ered almost in an instant, by one person.
There are no top bows near the driver's seat.
This gives the driver and passenger beside
him an unobstructed view on both sides of
The storm curtains are quick-adUustable.
We are waiting to take you for a
test ride in the car that has broken
all low "First-Cost" records, and is
breaking all low "After-Cost"records.
Demoimfable Rim . E ticightr
Rkin Viin dsildI to
F.O.G. DETRO IT
LAURENS MOTOR CAR COMPANY
. . . .The preatest thingi
In mo~de rn fc ding
SHOSEAN MULE MOLASSESFEED
It's something the I brses and muls like-gives them an
appetitte-ttarts the saliva running and aids digestion.
Far superior to an all grain feed. Give your horses and --
mules a treat, and at the same time save money.
Our RED SHIRT (first grade) Horse and Mule Molasses Feed
cain urecn moasss, Grond Afalze, ad appollows:h a
ad purein a0 aV$at ir %; Carbohdrates 57%
PIEDMONT HORSE & MULB MOLASSES FEED) eondade i-Analyze, Pro.~
12%I Carbohydrates 65%.
WAMPF0X HORSE &MULE MOLASSESFEED %;"ibe 2Carbohydrates66'.
HORSE & MULE EED I
groin rouFat D Fibre 12%; Carbohydrates 7%.. This is composed of
e i God baondrtion ncotass the floand e nrics te alit oefo dthe lki
ro uned dcost of feeding. (Contain ground Corn, C. S. eal. Wha idling,
IEDMNTAlfaY PuECaEMlse n Sagg il. AayeProtein1% ; t 2%%i
\emanufacture also iED SiIIIRT Scratch Feed and~u lED IilRT Uaby Chick Feed.
11ct rotnttosi~i er aIn ro 2'nm Matriii nim aseed Mieal. Analysin:
As shown on the han~i in our nd. nenry all of our feed Is made from Carolina
prod ets. e':en t te ugu a4ti. e at e fe i n tneif lanariet
We also carry a ful stork of GRAIN. IIAY
onr scenitie principeshto furnish the
greatest nourishm t at the lowest
cut your feed hills down. Write
us for prices. etc.
Molony & Carter Co.
Will sell Noveinber 18, 1915 at my home,
Gaines, S. C., 10 nilles south of Greenwood, Fifty.
four head Registered Golden Lad Jerseys, also one
No. 17 DeLaval cream separator. Auctioneer,
Col. D. L. Perry, Columbus, Ohio.
Catalogues mailed upon application.
T. P. Henen, (Ower