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MICH LIN- FOUNDED-1832 _
MICHELIN UNIVERSAL TREADS
and RED TUBES
a1i re not hight-priced! Just compare these
pices with those you have been paying.
ANDP EDI TUCES
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323z. t f ..30 .~. 3.s5~_
-31 x4 21 ' 2 .J 4.(5
33 ; F5 25.05 4.25
34 2.5 5.
\ \ 36- _2 95 27 405 5.30
3!4 0 -U .0 1II6. 5
MtAl hern Red ' ......'9 C I
Tubes hang In a i;x - G. : 6
\on Cb ;: 1fi 14 c
onaudcure tc u fi \de. 37 -__ .. r:. 5
rha casings perfecty. . . i Gr c n .er
The Michelin Universal Tread cornhins n!l the na:lvanta,
of non-skids of both the raiscd-trend and su tiun-tread tvp--. -
Michelin Red Tubes retain their velvety softnesis ihlcrinit. y.
Used in combination, Michelin casings and tubes mauke the
most satisfactory tire equipment. I I
W. P. HUDGENS
- ONE QUALITY ONLY- THE _t l
After Four Years of Discouraging I had gotten so weak I could not stand,
and I ,: e upl in despair.
Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave .%t I y Hi b n ilt deapoire
At 1::st, my bisbanld got me a bottle of
Up in Despair. Husband Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I con
Came to Rescue. nienced taking' it. From the very first
dose, I coyld tell it was helping me. I
can nosv walk two miles without its
Catron, Ky.-In an interesting letter tiring joe, and am doing all my work."
from this place, Mrs. Bettie iullock If .fou are all run down from womanly
writes as follows: "1 suffered for four rI Qile:, don't give up in despair. Try
years, with womanly troubles, and during (dtrdtui, the woman's tonic. It has helped
this time, I could only sit up far a little more than a million women, in its 50
while, and could not wallc anywhere at years of contimtous success, and should
all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has
- in my left side. sold Cardui for years. lie knows what
The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recom
ment relieved me for a while, but I was 'meat . it. l3:'n taking Cardui today.
soon confined to my bed again. After ' C!.,.i eine Co.. l.ales'
.. i, rt., .:I., . iii;. .1 IA *i u r 'NI'ek.
that, nothing seemed to do :e any good. t:..i;:. ta , f:'utu..". utmin rar. 1.61
y 'Healthgrams' On Skin
Flashed to Thousands
One of Nature's signal is1' an unhealthy skmn. It Is
aclentific f~act that the skin andien'tes thel condition of the
blood and the blood is the building inatirial fr lii body~ iii ,l I
vital parts. Unless, the blood is nouisltIhied an keti rih and heahv
It wIll evenuially react on thbe or ga ns it fecuds am iirieduc te idlal .
Vidlual 1o a pitIable condItion. Litilo do penocb r''e e phy ad
almnts that drain away str-eiw;h aml vitlaly and thiat enn be
traced( straight to t he poor supply of blood. I 'imaples, Ecze ma Salt.
Rheum, Rheumatism, Carbuncles, Boils, Cat arrh with its ohnious~~
results and the tendency to eca ily cntch coldl
MalarIa adscores of ther jinal ly s'rious all-k~
men ts, arc all mnifel'stat ions of* badi blond. Fory
over 50 years S. S. l as beeni a ni iai ilht (mey
- ~ fifor thoso disorders. Thosama ofn I
womn haveabee rclie or'auall 9ue Iy
- -s-rw I.May ft h ad spenti 'year ain d
ni3WrvPminn- tudes ofic dolar ior Ithe remdnofties bloo L
Prt~$l.O~ron fruCilsCrs ndavor1 o rein hedal e -a ma rvtel
andou tii Itu to . S.c em. WI S. hsu . ile pure
- a vegtae and hen ta~e into th stmc
Prkce,$*i.0 Prtle. coaucls andhptthem driv ocut elci iitie
,ITCWITTSPElITCCQ when so many ot hers similarly afflIcted have
- gladly advise you about y(our case wIthout corut
to you if you wish to avaIl yourself of thid
servIce. SwIft Sp~ecitle Co., Atlanta, Georgla.
Water, and how rtc
to get it! ~ ~
~avea well made with a
ysoeSteam Driller /
SG. C. WATTS,
~# Mountville, S. C.
* notIce that on the I Iih day of Aiy1051 dltdt adeti
91I6~~ 11 regger a finoa ae- ii1011tu0( 1 ilrdonah0lIY
gz w and doIngs as Ad- 011o ~aI ~aI imu l esn
~Vwith will annexed, of t lhe aiii (i iSOlil.Hilettewl
$ J, Prico, deceased, In t he iPeiI iiio o ifr 11(ae
-teJudge of Probate of I,ana-dlyloenrI' reebre.
a~ t 11 o'clock a. mi., andNAlIN 'IC,
1~lQd~y.wlU-appl fora Ji a dr wih will tonntexed. oneed
~ for my tuss a Aml hav.1ing lims~ agans sad sat.wl
7,snteor eoe ad ae
(lovornor iaruon made the first see
"I canme on behalf of the Ohio dele
gation," he said, "representing the
unanimous wish of the Ohio democ
racy to second the nomination of
Woodrow Wilson for president of the
The second seconding speech was
made by Governor Stuart, of Virginia,
to whom the Arkansas delegation
bleferring to Virginia as "the moth
er of presidents" Governor Stuart re
terred to the president as "her illus
After Governor Stuart concluded,
the delegates wanted to wait no long
er, and cried "Vote! Vote!"
On motion of Senator Hughes, the
rules were suspended and no ballots
whatever were taken. The delegates
simply I<.ared "Aye" when the names
of Wilson and Marshall were called,
and Chairman James declared them
no'i'lmatcd by acclamation.
Senator Kern, nominating Vice
President Marshall, discarded a long
prepared speechl and simply said:
"I renominate Thomas Riley Mar
The nominations of both candi
dates were completed four minutes
Robert. Eimmett Burke, of Illinois,
:i delegate who announced he would
not vote for the president, raised the
only voice inl oppositionl. 'lie was
('eeted as an independent.
.1Many delegates and spectators
:made a rtsh for the exits when the
vice presidential nomination was
inado and Secretary James witi great
ditliiilly restored order.
1 lesoluitiott wereCi then't adopt~ted a p
oatitiig Chairman Jatmes and former
Governor (lynn, if New York, chair
iei of committees, respeclively, to
nIt ify the president and vice presi
doent of their nomination.
Senators iughes, Taggarl and Var
-iamai were al)pointeCi to confer with
the platform committee, which still
was in session to learn if it was ready
l'ractically all of the delegates re
mnained but the galleries emptied
Senator Lewis, however, cut it
short and merely thanked the crowd
for its applause. The crowd wanted
somebody to talk and there were
cries for "'Tomt) lletin" and "Irvin
Cobb". I eflin took the platform.
While Ilellin was talking the con
fores reit red from the resolutions
commaraittee and reported that. Ithe
'lat orm would not be ready for two
o three hours more.
Senator iilughes recommended att
I'll E'i'OltlilENS L.AND A("l'.
Wil'l lecome defective July First, Next
Provisions of the Act are Here 114'.
luted so as to tiluide tie People of
The Torrens system of registration
of land titles will become effective in
South Carolina July 1. Uinder its pro
\ sians the clerk of court is to ap
''iti t by August 1 three or more at
torneys, who are to be examiners of
title:;: the county commissioners must
provide a register of mesne convey
an' a for Ite registration of titles. The
I4r( visions of the act are assumed vol
The advantage of the Torrens sys
tem is that after land is once regis
tered ander this ila n, there will be
no furtlier question of the title and it
will not he necessary to have the title
examined for any subsequent trans
fers of the land. The object of the
system is to give a cleat' title to land.
Tlhe Torrenats act fixes the fees that
areo to be allowed to the title examni
ntors, (itlicers5 and surv'iey'ors. The' ex
ainert~i is to receive a miinimum fee of
$5 fat' examtintation of each title of
hproper'ty assessed up~on the tax books
at $1,000~ at' less, and fot' each add(i
Itinal $1,.000 of assessed v'alutc Ite i
to reeive 50 cents. The suttveyor
emuployed under the provisions of the
act is to be allowed itot more thant -10
centts per houtr for' the time actually
it order to guarantee the title, and
at the same tIme to prtotect against
loss persons wihio bty the system lose
an iterest in land not thiroitgh their
own negligence, the state prtovideos an
assurtatnce fund, outt of which claitms
wilt be 1)aid(. This fund is formend by
a Fee of one-thtird of one per cent of
the assessed value of the regIstered
lanid. Tlhis atmoiunt is turned over' to
the slate treasurer.
FIllEMEN WiLL FJND) W~ELC03tE.
Ora'mngebu rg Makes Plants for Visiors,
('rowdis to Attend,
Orangeburg, Jutne 1 8.-Thte 1 2th an
nual convention of thme South Carolina
Firemten's Association meetintg will
begin in Or'agebur'g on Tuesday, June
20), and continue through 'iTursday,
June 2'.1 Alr'eady fliremen andI vial
tor's are arriving in Orangebur'g and
the festivities or the celebr'ation are
beginninmg. Besides the addr'esses
called foi' by the pr'ogranmme James
D). .leNeill, of Fayetteville, N, C., Shot'
woodi Br'ockwell, depuilty insutranice
c:ommilissioner' of North Car'olina, and
'Chief Farmtter of the Raleigh Ii'e de
partmuent will dleliver addresses durtt
ing the association meeting, T1he
sessions of the association will not
tie secret andl it is desir'ed that the
ipublic attendedl these meetings and
heat' thme add~resses which will lie
Come to see its ror' your Frutt Jaurs.
WVe htave the Sure Seal, Mason's im
proved and Old Style Mason Jars.
8. M I' Ii, W1 r4Itan &. COw
BANDITS IN RAID
HILL 8 SOLDIEltS
Mexicans Lose Six and Several Wound
ed. Attack Not Unexpected.
San .Antonio, Texas, June 15.-Luis
do La Rosa today made good his
threat to raid the border when 100 of
his men attacked a small detachment
of the 14th United States cavalry at
San Ignacio, forty miles southeast of
Laredo. Ills action cost him eight
men killed and several woounded and
many horses and some equipment. The
American loss was three killed and
six wounded, as follows: -
Private Minadon, trcop M.
Private Chas. F. Flowers, troop M.
Private Edward Katanch, troop M.
Wounded: Privates Thomas Ii. ILw
ing and James Rouch, troop I, seri
ously; Corporal William Oborlies;
Privates William Minnette, Tonoy liar
lina and Henry Matasoff, troop M.
Major Alonzo Gray late today was
using every man of his little command
In a .sweeping search of the country
about San Ignacio for a "hot trail." If
it is discovered, a third punitive ex
pedition may enter Mexico but at de
partment headquarters, General Funs
ston and his staff have little hope that
Major Gray will be able to get into
touch with the band. There was evi
dence to show that a large part had
re-entered Mexico but other evidence
indicated that some of theta at least
were scattered along the brush cov
cred country on the American side.
The first shot fired by the attacking
party was at the corporal of the guard
at 2 a. in., a sentry had heard the
voices of Mexicans beyond his post.
lie could see no one and called the
corporal. While the sentry and cor
poral were talking the raiding party
People are learning that a little
forethought often saves them a big
expense. Here is an instance: E. W.
Archer, Caldwell, Ohio, writes: "I do
not believe that our family has been
without Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea litemedy since we com
menced keeping house years ago. When
we go in an extended visit we take it
with us." Obtainable everywhere.
Snays Take ('are of .Jobs Held by the
Columbia, .June 18.-Ready to re
spond the minute orders are receiv
ed from Whshington for the mobiliza
tion of the South 'Carolina troops,
Governor Manning and Adjt. Gen.
Moore remained on duty until after
in iduight to receive the official Inst rue
(Ions to mobilize the South Carolina
mil1a. The Governor's ofilee was
kept. open throughout the night, and
he remained in touch with a telephone
al his side to start the machinery in
motion which would gather the militia
at ('amp Styx.
The governor read the press dis
intches telling of the call by the Pres
ident for the militia for use on the
Mexican border, and last night dic
lauted the followIng statemlenlt to t
people and the National G'uard:
"'I k now that thle National Gu ard
will gladly3 and w Ill ingly respond Ito
Ilie (call to aid( in tihe defence of
Amerle-ian righits, Amiiericani lives and
Amiericain honor. I feel ceritainl thiose'
whoi( emp~lloy 1men1 who are ruembers of
ithe milItia will make satisfactory ar'
rangemlents wherebyl)3 thle mien cani re
spondi for' rervice on the boirder withI
Out lnjur'y to their positions, so that
South Carolina will suistain her envia
ble reputation for patriotism anld dhe
votioni to tduty. I know thiere will lbe
the best or co-operation bietween the
people and the National Guard. South
Carolina stands ready to furnish
pr'omlptly heri quota of mlen foi' servIce
ini this crissia."
ME('i(ETiAltY OF" WAIl
SNays Mlilitlimni are 'aulled Out for
Seruice on Mexicanui lirder.. Not for'
Washiington, J1une i18.-Sccretary
Baker' issued the fol lowIng statemenlt:
"ini view of tile dilsturbledl cond~itions
oin thle Mexican border~i mud in ordter'
to assurie comp1hlete protectIon foi' all
A merleans, thle President has called
out sublstantially all the State militia
antI will send them to the bordemr
wherever and as fully as Ghen. Fun
9ton determines thenm to be needed
for tile purposes stated.
"If all are not needed an effort will
be made to relieve those on duty there
fromi time to time so as to distribute
"This1 call for' miliia is wholly un
related to Ghen. Pershing's expedition
and~ contemplates no adiditional entry
into MexIco, except as may be neces
sai'y to pursue bandits who attemlpt
outrages on Ameirical soil.
"The militia are being called out so
as to leave some troops in the several
states. They will be mobilizer at
their home stations, where necessary
reOcrilting can be done."
Another shipmient of White Moun
taIn ltefiriger'atoirs and Ice Boxes re..
ceivedl this week.
5, M. & l. H1. WILKESt & CO.
We again call attention to this de
partment. Goods of foreign make have d5.
become scarce while domestic manufactur
ers find it impossible to secure fast dye.
Anticipating this trouble we doubled up
on the most desirable lines and for the
present the stock remains unbroken in
quality, sizes and price, where immediate
wants can be supplied. The scissors are
kept busy on the nice shear printed fa
brics---just the goods Pfr hot weather
W. G. Wilson & Co.
-~ Lame as Coca Cola Bot
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the same with BANKING YOUR MONEY. Build
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Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.
Enterprise National Bank of Laurens
N. B. DIAL, Pres. C. H ROER Cashier