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Is Truly Grateful
For euStll Vitae
. . Paratlin Fr'i -r, of L' og
r View, ' . l
health or tw~o ya r4 writ !i
S trtfoit let ter in behalf of this
great P'eparattioi for voImen. -
"Ilvo txkenn .T" tienor i T A
VIT1A I".rn ia~tI n' a~ ai r .'t V.C Vfeer naa
lonl 'ie tf ! L. rt on
mi ch for I bi War.<hi fu CnItemt te. it 10
tak''ta other fe niao d i i i<in ,r twoyears
witih no gesl e'iit .. L a P ruly g rat ful
for the good S ''Ia Vito' tis dono fnr.ine "
STELLA VITAE is guaranteed.
qIf you ,Ire not benefited with the
first bottle, your money back if
you want it. Do not delay. Begin
takin it now. At your dealers'
Sin $1 o ttles.
THACHER MEDICINE CO.,
AT YOUR DRUGGIST.
Don't continue to create a bad
habit of strong purgatives. They
relieve, and that is all. And they
call for increased dosage. A sensi
ble treatment will arouse the liver
and give tone and strength to the
bowels. It is offered in
T"iI.tM WA.I. I
entle.[g tive t
Many years ha h .fin. tO us... t
fulness I this retaj aed . It': the
toent Ixative 1 t 0, e$ -f'eetivo Ian
strengt heltting. Auow it lnny he. (
thtiainal. 1in talect fru4)4.4, for con,
venience int 1 i tang.
Matnalin will not inrm n hab'it
of etiarties. 'se a l l 'r talt,
the sifferer 111in " r onaily e v.
Pe n t n l tranle ti tI i ibif
lot. the re-rt unl tiot
oft ptropetr 14hbts, in
the natural w .
Liitoid if you (ire
it, $ t and :3c.
/ 'Tablets, 25e n:tt 10'
(ariy a I..\ r, t
( w rr0f. 'I .t itjl.'
w in1 help' . 1 it
' ~ The Pot una Com;:nn
This is a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER. 'I
Five or six doses will break any case, and
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
return. It acts on the liver better than
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25c
N. B3. DIAl1 A. C. TODD!
DIAL & TODD
Attornevs at Law
Enterprise Bantk BHdlngs,
Iaure'ns, S. ('.
PRIACT'ICE IN ALL1 COllRTS
Monsey to Loan on Iteal Estate--Lonr
C. t. F'eatherstmne W1. i. Knighrt
F"EA l'llEluSTONE & l(Ni4illT'
Attorneys at ILaw
A ~ ~tiLt, aurenia. S. C.
Ai lsnss lutru'sted to Our ('art
I il Hat e l'rompit anad ('areftul Att~en
Offticet 01er l'al meitto hank
.V. r. lFeat herIst one will splendt WVedn et
"'i or wwh"I wen', in .unnr,'ns '
a re made fot' a sin e 'piposo Rheuman
tim In its vai'iottiu' ms, if troubled
withI r'hietumatiskm, triy thiem oin 0our
gua ran tee. Sold onlly by uts, 50e' and ~
.i x-Fos, A MIld, Eflectivo Laxativo & ilvor Tonice
Dcts Not Gripo nor Dlsturb the Stamach.I
in addtitjin to other p.rope tiesl, Lax -1>
ac' e. "cttely ann. i<ie: noit siir ne
dist.urb) ;,mach. At the Ct'ie 'itnt:, t nias
Silgention 'muOll the lh . rnd rme~retdois
andl res. . the~ healthy funcf ionsi. 50u.1
MAY 11E Ol"1'OOi E
liiense Or'.-an DiIsensses !'hance of "iti'
inil.'' N"ieal Now .IleLLt'el. Sotmite.
ti1114 it the W1 tind.
('oluinlhia, Sept, 1i. --Since the set'
:id priiary t'l('ction, overtt es had
been.! 111;111 11. leaders of rum11ors have
beteni in tiletal (ation that Ile loing f:w
Ition, looking to a holi ont their part itt
Ito Ilhe liepulblicanl party. These hlait
bei hartd to eonnitti, b1t1 the Charles
Ion .\ nerie:t. avowedly a I1ase or3
-atI. tea Itres as the leading first page
airticle in its issue of Thursday, a ('o
Ilu1nhia dispatch fr'ot which the fol
lolwin1 is an extract.
"The f'uel that this is Presidential
rlettoti year is reealled by the vari
onls factions in thle lRepublican party
ihlding conventions in Colunbia to
Ilay. and it is runiorec (hat efforts are
bein:g tade to will over leaders of the
I)eloeratic facitions who are dissatis
ied wIt'th what they tern the eIeelion
stll .' and he alse of that consitier
itt :wilt's abt.tolved fr !'t let' e.E'ritnr
'3 1 t ihe ground that 'I'raud l itlii'ts
it I 1 r'ein that t lr never was
mir o;' i tge:" o ' a 3o 1n1idablt a r lt
t te lletnlo ratic' party against boss
:til aini patri:;antship (n fthe partI of
he s'ate chait' an. toh1a a tren
olla'td e'e y :'e' i3 .mo the stit ,tate ii l lt.;
( ) 1 ly t te "1 !flat r'' Ysi hat t 1.)~ liii. o1"'
'lttri tthae gentin oto aluIcre o
es.t deg itre. .I'Hit what fsct tis rh
-bit1ionary .:Dirt, will hat'' -)n leptibhl
'an )'allele. 1. t ard to itel, bu ll te
1rxi rew. -!at" wi\;l dia: laset their 1)1a::
it that r"espeet.
"J. Iae dututs, i ll bi ,an national
'"nniyttes nuin for sou eletral tcarl.,
was asked if he knew anything aboutl
hese ri eontr or cared to slake a slate
etatX e1nn ni'ng (heir til' tig ity, hI e
Olly r"elnarked, "Yes, I hlame heard Ilh'
'rm oras. b 1 have given o-11 all I c are'
o at tils tirne.'
"it is signii ant that just al this
line all factions of flt e oept blican
)arty have put ot. all white, and en
irely respectable electoral lic et:;."
The C'olunibita correspondent. of the
harle'ston Amnerican was private see
viay of .\lr. i liease during its two
ernis as .governor, and at present
lohil' simnilar rel at t to the stale
v~arehouse conunlission~er, .John b,. .\le
aurin. The dispatch <eioted is not
The Anmerican also says:
"Whie deinite inforiation as tio
01th. course will be adopted by .\Mr.
lea.t and his advisers is not yet oh)
ainable, still the oonsteant streai of
'isitors fro m every part of the state
o his headquarters and Mie oainous
stlontte observed is taken to mean
hat souething definite Mill fl -
All of the Presidential electors n or
nated by the two South Carolina t'ac
lons of the epublican party, tie at
tended by )'nacan Adams, the oher
ty J, . W 1. litItbert, are wh.ite e . I'llut
he rank and ile of thet "old line"
;roup , led by Mn, Tolbert, is com.posed
'luol o ntegbriad .\ti'l. lieams.
lhtn'ased byhrsdai' f hisc dorgni-'s
ion wld'535 hall living atswertdti
he ngill." e w ll w lom l
.C.rId M.f Pattk e.
At his tom tlat Wttesv.\t's or last'
IPuesday, Stemberth it, .\as .ee. I,.t.\
31atiton toied b'en 7t2yas oftt' tage.1
torvthCarlbt mov33eleed Io shau sriens
0sounty~ abouttfteIle yfat rs ago,. And
ny tive, talet Wattsil ergy l t tie
'liei year, Lettwas a1 cofdeate~ vent-t
eries wer hetlld atatt \i h
'tewast a fhfleber f hTd
urv .iedt by Aug. wie treedaugers.3'
nd tree tonstlt, toall a in t ii Watts
t Carda J Atfg Taks.l,~
a ihte t heank te to ter ofic the
tutyi for te largivtet gthne tioe
Pesdayi' the'2thtt. tht has(3 been my
'imbi'tion 11o1 'i rv yt ouittit as i ihtrif'f 'ad
'Ied to the ldtelo teoic''i e t
11(11 e't'' :f. ill a S.' li . 'lIt.
iOul *ui t't to mei to grnehl.or
A. L1J.i nI i y nn i4it, r lViI1t, 1J1
iIl 'iLlY 1'IIUES IN('IIEASI;
IN PAPEI (l'T'I'
'Hir iaini lin rley of the 'Trade (otl
iissitou Adhdresses ite 311iiiiaiturii
Wa';shingtIon, Sept. 16.- - ChIairinan
lluriiley of rie federal trade commi. -
::ion aide .nublic today a Statenment h1e
d( lioted t itt er.d y to a 1111(1ing of thie
exective'. conlittiitee (-f till' ..(wsprilit
.tnufia iiiLu cturrs' .\ssociatioU in New
York which 111(1 to consider the coil
iIiiadoni's rioposals for iean. to pro
i('te sinalite' newispaprci piblishers who
are deient oni tle open iarket for
their prit paper and who are in dang
er of being ct off fromI their supply.
"I cannot inmpress tpon youi too
strongly," said Chairmian llurley, "the
critical situation now con fronting1
these siiuller dailies and weeklies who
have built Ip a circulation of a few
hundred or a few thoisamd subscribers
on the basis of an outlay of paper of
fromu 2 to :tcents at pound and who
we are now obliged to pay in niany
cases 1ii1re ihani six cents.
"Inl ii rnes I shoiuid say that such
(iltiesonablh-. and burdensonme prices
are tisixall.\ for sales through jobbers
w\ ho ili ruie instances appear to b1
iiaking extessive prolfis. Aceuordin;:
to report: recently received, Ihie sales
nlien of one such house have been
uriginaig liili ishers to buy at a 1-2 cents,
telling theln that the price will soon
be 7 cents and possibly I10 cents per
('o-Operat ive Action.
Mr. lrley said the coinmmission felt
that lhrouhi co-operative action the
associatin 'ouiid do inuch to relieve
the paplier :htrtage by plul ing a paper
siippiy into the open niarket, though
the coniiiSsion hadllo 1 power to conm
pel sich art ion. ('continuing, he said:
"The rea son wihy such prices canl he
charged is siliply that. the uluproiet
ed piblisher has but one sotirce of
silluiply antid Ihi is sonietimes uncer
tain. No one but iiill or dealer wihomi
he has blee patronizing will sell hI1
a pound of paler. This being the case,
it. occurs to mle thait to reinedy the sit
iiatlon it is necessary for a nuib ' of
the larger colipanies in your associa
tion to crale reserve stocks of paper
which will be offered ill the openi
inarket to pullshers needing help at a
reasonab o' price. it. woiiili not re
buile a1 Very large stock. The uere
piblic announll('elnelint that such action
has been taken voul tend to dissi
pat( the liears of pulishers and maii
; e1ialliy hlpj 1o keep prices w\ilthin
reasoal ble li i is.
3 !o' li'roviding lesere Stck
"'h11 Iltuportatnt <iuestion is how (an
the cu paii(in0li''s wh'lio wish 10 ('-i>i'raie
wvithi tihe coiiission Ill this work
pt'octire at sultliejent reserve, 5(0'k of
paper 1o 111;1k( the plan ('ff(11Iie. The
comm10issioni has a lready mill deIwo
suggestions to this end:
"'I Working a nulubher of maills each
liierli ate 8iunday or f'r an extra shif1
,ich Siuluiay, is this (an bo dloll; and
2. ('hanging iahines temiporarily
frtoii oilier graders to newsliain .lbl
(its oif differeni gradies' ofi ipil.
Shidsuggest liii has bleeni lnch'
byi a i'eiiheri of y'oir coinittjee li a
such IintiliittirLi ers withi (lie c'onset'i
(der' ('on1raect Iniaki a liro iata dlitribui
tint hir output so as to obtaiin a
Stiripl us Ilulantity io lust as a r'eser've.
"IJ hie ithat thlese vio'iiis praoposl
lions will lie thor'oilgly3 dIseussedi at
this niceling andI hat some plan wIll
Ibe ad~olitedl wlhih willI effecel l eet
At thie coaielIus ion of the eton fe'rece
It was atgreedi thati thle aissoc iai on
wouild file a staleanenit iit (lie ('om1
mnission netting foilth fully (lie views
of ils 11en1lier's (concerniing thle siug
gestion)1 madeot by (lie commiInission fr'
Inldreaisinrg the'4)1 oullu oif liali-.
* ~ ''jT lli,00 NEWN,'.
Watrlo, ep . is--Th \\'aterlo
giadled schol oipr'aedc lasI .\tlony
withI a goodr atIt'icnh ice arid tihe pros
jiect a( e veryit I3 brightI for ai good s4lcl
termii. Tlhe lirincipal thIs year is llev.
IL. It. bce. I I(Is aily assIsted by~ .\l ins
4's .\arti 4 Al kinsoni alii 3lattie .Alc
All I'iedi htl'nree, after I a lit'e
has ut'tet itia t o his hiioe in \\esi \'ii...
':(te nher ha u:. id'U~p 9"tyau
w th hi honiii ipe ipli.
htali~eiss c.Al ie Wind ru , lt \I in
heave A re tucd to itder College.
US. U., SEl1 TIEMI ER 20. 1916. PAGE EJ2VEN
Like a fiend1y word
when youre hlue-theysatisf5
You know, days when nothing seems to go right
-we all have them. And then, all of a sudden, a
friend's cheer-up voice comes over the 'phone-"how
about the theatre with me tonight?" It does brighten
a man up-it satisfies ! That's what Chesterfields do
for your smoking-they satisfy!
And still, Chesterfields are mild !
This is entirely hew cigarette delight--a cigarette
.' saihfies, and yet is mild! Smokers have found
i t out.
And the reason no other cigarette can offer you
this new enjoyment is because no cigarette maker can
J copy the Chesterfield blend!
Try a package of Chcsterfields today.
a~i' 8 ae/,y croco dk
C IG.ARET T E S
10 for 5cd
Also nacked 20 for 10.
Loans for Buying or Building
Our plan for loaning money offers many advantages to the bor
rower and home-builder, particularly in the method of repayment,
which is the monthly i stallment plan. Just like paying rent, but
paying rent is paying or a home for the landlord, and not for
yourself. Our plan o small, regular, periodical payments makes
it comparatively easy or a renter to become a home-owner.
The chief object of this ASSOCIATION is to help you buy or
build a HOME. S.e the Secretary today and file your application
for a loan.
Do Not Put It Off, but See Him Today
The Standard Building & Loan Association
W. R. McCuen, Sec. and Treas.
Pe, pies Loan and Exchange a
Dr. T. L. Ti~fmrm-an J. ROY CRAW . A 1
L aurens, South C .rofina 'rns i(
Srom t ;;I, nil r 'iv'en :Il tousing
wyleco in Peoplles Bank lit:IdIng, :' . i.. S, C, Prac .lcel I hi al (C , ItTl3