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MICHELIN \\ ,
Red Inner Tubes
ave a world-wide reputation for durability
for the following reasons:
Ist : Michelin Red-Rubber Tubes are compounded "
i certain quality-gin in redients vhich prvent
preserve their velvety softness indefin;itely.
2nd: Michelin Tubes are not simply pieces
of straight tubing with their ends cemented,
but are formed on a ring mandrel to
exactly the circular shape of the
inside of the casing itsell
and consequently fit"
W. P. HUDGENS
Michelin Red Inner Tubes give the utmost economy and satisfaction.
It Aiway Helps
says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in
writing of her experience witli Cardui, the woman's
tonic. She sas furthr : "Before I began to use
Cardtui, iy back and he ad would hutrt so had, I
thougl't the pain would ill m[e. I was hardly able
to do any of my hottsewor k. ,\uier taking three bottles
of Ca>rdui, I beian to fetl like a new wo.anl. I soon
gaimed 33 po uds, and nw, I do all my housework,
as well as run a big water miiill.
I wish every suffering woman would give
The Woman's Tonic
a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad,
and it always does me good."
Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness,
tired, worn-out feelings, etc., are'sure signs of woman
ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's
tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardul
for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing
women for more than fifty years.
Get a Bottle Today! 64
A word which has recently become
conspicuous in public print when
scanning the political horizon and~
is also applicable for the comfort
and security from the attacks of
the heated term. Some have al -
ready realized the situation in the
past week. Others, doubtless, will
follow suit and secure some of the
choice yet inexpensive fabrics in
dress goods shown here.
The steady increasing demand
in the Hosiery department is suffi
cient proof that the proper weight <
for foot comfort can be had here
at prices satisfactory to the cu s
W. G. Wilson & Co.
Water, and how 2
to get it!
Have a well made with a
Keystone Steam Driller
0. C. WATTS
Mountvile. 3. C.
NEW 311 LITIA LAW
HAS MANY C.ANGES
l'roIisions Set. Forth for Enlistment.
Termi is Six Years. llegulations of
National Guard Set 1'orth--7,200
Members State's Opport.ionment.
The provisions of the new militia
act, wich has just been agreed ipon(
by the conferees of the two houses of
the national congre ss, are that the
militia of the l'nited States shall Con
sist of all able bodied citizens of the
nited States and all other able
bodied males who have or shall have
dieclared tlek'ir !]itenlion to (become
citizens of the U'nited States, who shall
be not less than IS years and not Illore
than I. years of age. The militia
shall he divided into three classes:
National (uard, naval militia and un
organi'zed militia. The oflilcers mrust
he bet weeni 21 and 61.
l-:nlistmenits will he for six years
three in anl active organization and
the relma ining three in the reserve.
.\ militialnian may serve his entire six
years in active service if he cares to.
The federal enlistment contract reads
"I do hereby acknowledge to have
voluntarily enlisted this - day of
- 111, as a soldier in the 'Na
tional Glart of the U:nited States and
in the State of Soltl C'aroilna for the
period of three years in service and
three years in the reserve, under the
conditions prescribed by law, unless
sooner discharged by proper autlhor
ily And I do solemnly swear that I
wvilI hea I. true faith and alligialnce tot
the l'ni l d S ate's of .\nI rieca and to
the -hath of SI l outh ('a:'olinia, and tha:t
I w ill . ve t 1h i hol 'stl'7 anti faith(
uily ;11in-1 al their i'lnemiesi'" whomll
so"-v 's anel t. .1t I \\ ill obey the orders
.II 1i1- ,r .> ;h!.1t ..i the t'ite1 d Statl".
and .": :L' ". eI r1 r 1f t:. State ofI
Southli ('arolina ::1.1 .r th.. o.l,(1: erg p
( ii ' I' l :If' i y 'i .'. ' 4 i l " i , a a ; s
Ile l s slt r h'e i'w r
Ie. itheivir o i nIi tdll mfn l 1I
ra a Olet ('1:1" ! . a li 01: li li
rl til t1.1' disc liu'r of the Siiiigith
aof h niedbatn be asges tnd
anl in, wIth py .of t.. cent e'ac h year
until ilt li art, II n for eih s ofn tor
arnd rep resentaltite, or 7,200 t enlisted
The natiomi militia board is abol
ished. The division of militia affairs
will hereafter he known as the militia
bureau. One colonel and one lieu
tenant colonel of the National G(ard
may, in the discretion of the president
of the lnited tates, be assigned to
dity, with fay of their rank, in the
militia biereaui for a period of four
Ho~rses for Cavualry.
Thirty-two horses may be issued to
each troop of cavalry. Forage, straw
for bed ing, shoeing and veterinary
services and the Compensation of com
petent held, not to exceed live mHenl,
will bie aiid by the federal govern
drin.ls ill le and iiii (ne- alhours e
Sdurti thei ,a.t Inea m en c a h
"IeI.~ r . _i it .ea It 1 day .
will echi .iir. asr ar;reginllby an
mriiy Ioalit c to dinrs te ao n oflil'iiic I-lI
pIlpatilii lic hd los l t ilpoti iin,
ustleis:'ltd for a lie line in1) sle
lilihl and whe'iltheor the hen 211 psesch
'llicrcs sal dwtil eeimay7 er cent.
of tilne in the paiofnal dieard of thle
sa in g i the rl le lar a ry. rly
1alieainesiclf th may, an alll~l (0line
shl hesave itltio-gade It f (IataIitn
the iitarys aetaIne of tahie . 'unt't
Stuantetoservenajrein r atheinsom
oftnin wareld horiall cmembes ofl
theulatnal olurdie,$5 anlNatalf
llicrs. rexeie All noeraovn, $c)25aft
edfirsI litandutisclac fo thelne$0;e
Nonlutnants. ofhineo $00; will
enlii sed man il ranyv2 pero int.
cou theringi t ay of loldier f the
shalhave i uhriensdrf.it
the111 militar sev of te. lie Ntlta I d
ortatesgi toev theei for0C1i( liy tpeo
5(~'iyof the ar, yor almembrsh sof
theifNaifon thaurdth admNatinay
Guard reserve.I Ad personrso draft
ed ill a tan drohi rged from ngthe
Ine giaoe of ran persnnotd toheor
byoarm softe iuy, navy or ma-iecrswoi
? " " " i* * * " 4 M ! " "
* OLD .1UN'S St'BIS'l'ITI"'E, *
* (ley Wml. D. I.)*
i " S * * * * " " * # " ! "
The South C'a rolina militia was
called out for service on the sea coast
in the sixties. .\ly neighbor .\lun, had
to harken to the call. Ills family mat
Iers were In a had shape for himls to
leave home, so lie concluded to put in
a substitute. lie made a trade with
)on, who was over the age for the call.
lie gave IDon his note for live hundred
dollars, a new suit of home-made
jeans, and a gallon of peach brandy.
Old Kit carried him to lDonalds for
the train. They were loaded with bun
dles of clothing for the soldiers from
their wives, and some epakages of
cora, apple and peach Jutee to keeii
down the swaip fevers. The Green
ville train pulled into the station, .1un1
an( Kit were rushed to get all the
packages on the train. )on stood
back. \Vhen the whistle sounded, \ln
cailed to 1)on to hurry aboard. Don's
legs did not work well---he stumbled
over the cross ties and reached for
the iron rail of the last ca', as it pass
ed hiiin. Old \l1n stood on the plat
form, yelling for Don to run, lie
Jumped uil and down and motioned for
Dlon to run. It did not put enough
speed in hin to reach the car. \lhile
Kit was doing his shopping. )on got
into the buggy and drove off for the
tan -yard. Kit puirsted limll and over
hauled im i1 at Rerdy river and took
possession of the horse and bugg;y.
1)on1 walked into my house after dark,
and drew up to the ire to warm. Ilei
told me that he was .iist oit of the
hospital in .\tlanta. recoverin - from
a w\ound ri lved at the" lattlie of
('hilckalimgai. II' I did not tel'eve him
he would open hlis shir t and show in1i"
thel wao'.n'. ',r.1" w had comei i!
frlomn Vir:'inia. sick w lh the, chills- and
was lyin0= on a1 ;'lh-t befou:- I t iw ' ir.
lie" Itutw d ever andl l111k44 al 11h'n
and11 -ad "Yo't hav\"' toli x8w4 h of
you' li I iIs liin. yu is \e4r saw
('ihi l a i:a. 1l t ! aon e1i : i l in le
fidu.,t'' "'\\'h~y. hello ('ol! If 11h::1! known
yout w\ere herr, I w\'(11d no t hav\'' told
sucilh tal.;! Owl en.o'y4d dr1inimngt his
peach brandy and wearing his waim
woolen stilt, but he failed in 1ind1ming
a customer for his five h(undyed dollar
A L.\lt-:NS W111.\N'S
lie(sults 'Tell The 'Tale.
('an you doubt the evidence of this
You can verify laaurens endorse
ment. Read this:
Mrs. L. O. liers, 802 S. larper S1..
Laurens, says: "I had weak kidneys
and about a year ago I was in bad
shape. I could hardly get out of bed
in the morning hecause my back was
so lame and e'very time 1 moved a
pain shot thirough me. My kidney se
et'('ions were unnatural. My head was
in a whirl most of the time. One of
my relatives had used Dan's Kidney
Pills with such cool resuillts that I got
be'tteir aftr thel first few dosesC andl sIx
i'rlee .444' at all deale14rs. Doni't simi
lly ask fori al kidneliy remedy11t-- 1(t
Doan'sKidne A 'ill~ --tesa ha
I 1(ed .\' rI. l ier1' a. i' Ct er-.li burn
hei must lpass an examlin:! Iion ewforei ai
fessia Ilfit ness.
IEilic ienmcy board's ale ath lorized to
Investigate the moral ('hara(cter, ca
pacity andi~ general fItness for thei 5(er
vice of' any Nat ionlal Guard otlicer. If
the I idigs of the4 bonarid arme unifav
orablle, tihe nfli('er shall bc d15iscargedi.
\'hln aii NtuIonl sall lard re4'ituent4 ii
deathI, silkness otr It her' 'atuses in the~
regimlenit at te fronti, the reser'ive' hat
tal ion will foirward men41 to thle for
mer 1 so as to keep tile regimient at all
tIiimes alt wari strengthi. Tile Pre'sidenti
ISis 1) authorize to dr laft men, If neces
51aryS, to fill tip thle reserve bat tal ion,
General courtsmar'tial for tile Na
tIonal uard shall be convened by the
pr~esliet or the governor.
The presidhent may detail oflicers (if
thec army 0or NatIonal Guard to corn
mand brIgades 01' dIvisions.
Theli hospItal corps wIll hereafter
be known as medhical corps, regImen
tal llar'ter-master's as regimental supl
lily oillc('rs, qutartemiaster- sergeants
of reglients5 and comipanies as suppl~ly
'the ofli(cs of commiflssar'y and comn
issarmy sergeant aire abiolished. The
reginmental stupply officers andl supp~ly
sergeants take their places. Thie chief
musicIan of a1 bandw will be known as
band leader. The drum major of time
band wIll be called the first sergeant
of the band. IHand privates will here
after bo desIgnated musIcIans. Com
pany artificer Is called mechanic and
company musiciani will be known as
Valuable Health Hints
For Our Readers
CATARRHout, but have no medical value. e
Just because you hawk and spit and Sca, tetter, acne and all such erup
your nose is wet, cold, red, sore and tive diseases should be treated wit
a nuisance, don't. merely plug it up. S. S. S.
You can't cure catarrh by greasing POISONED BLOOD.
your nose. Take S. S. S. regularly So many different things contribute
and you will drive catarrhal poisons to poison the blood and the effect Is
out of your blood. The nemabranes so startling that the sufferer becomes
will soon recover and no longer con- panic-stricken and is led to use harm
tinue to accumulate the mucous that ful drugs. If you have any blood trou
gathers and thickens into catarrh. ble, get a botle of S. S. S. and take
. S. S. stinmulates the cells of the tis- according to directions.
sues to select from the blood their own Don't take anything elso. Poiseied
assential nutriment. Rapirl recovery blood is bad enough without ruining
from catarrhal infantation in the stom- your bones, joints, teeth and vitals
ach, kidney, bladder and all mem- with minerals. S. S. S. so stimulates
branes is the result, cellular activity that they reject all
MALARIA. poisonous influences and select only
Throughout the country, wherever those materials in the blood that make
malaria abounds, are happy, joyful healthy tissue. This is why its assist
people to whome S. S. S. has given won- snce toward recovery is so noticeable
derful help in the treatment of mala- and at times remarkable.
ria after the most sickening torture S. S. S. is welcome to tho weakest
imaginable, stomach and is assimilated just as
The gaunt. comple:lon of malaria's readily as the most nutritious food. It
victims, the chills and fever, the ma- has helped to cure a host of sufferers.
lariat dysentery that seeins to defy all RHEUMATISM.
other treatment, the malarial leg, the In any form of rheumatism give the
enlarged liver, the persistent anemia blood a good effectual cleansing with
where the blood turns to water and S. S. S.
the system wastes away. These are Use this remedy for three days and
the conditions that S. S. S. so effectu- take a hot salt water bath to open the
ally asiasts in overcoming, by helping pores. This relieves tho lungs and
to restore the blood to its natural vigor. kidneys and assists S. S. S. to utilize
STUBBORN SORES the skin as the principal avenue at
Sometimes a sore spot becomes ide- elimination.
lent. The tissues surrounding it lose Avoid salts, ealomel and other dras
tone and are unable to provide suffl- tic purgatives, as they absorb the mos.
cleat nutriment to stop the drain. It ture from the wvlls and membranes of
is then chronic. Just saturate your the intestines, weaken the muscular
blood with S. S. S. This is quickly taton produce chronic constipation
accomplished, as S. S. S. is naturally and tuts stagnate the system with
assimilated the same as milk or any rheumatic poisons. Get a bottle of
other healthful liquid. S. S. S. at any drug store. Don't
Nature acts with marvelous rapidity take a substitute.
when given the proper assistance, and S. S. S. Is purely vegetable and is
S. S. S. so stimulates celhilar activity prepared only by the Swift Specific
that the parts surrounding an ulcer se- Co., 271 Swift Bldg., Atlanta, Oa. Write
lect from the blood the materials that for special booklet on any of the dis
make new tissue. Thus the sore spot eases mentioned and If medical advice
rapidly heals in a natural way, is wanted, write for that also to ad.
I Local applications for any skin (di- dress given above. Toth booklet and
ease will afford protection front with- meucal advice are free.
Your "child" is soon to
tive diseeyears l bring wistful
oma erent offathner, mother,
uncle, brother, sweetheart
What are you planning as a
~ lifelong remembrance?
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