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A DELICATE CHIl
M4ade Strong By Our Vinol
Fayetteville, N. C.--"My little daugh
ter wias in poor health, delicate and
so weak it made us very uneasy. I
heard about Vinol and decided to try it
and the results ero narvelous; her
appetito improve , she gained in weight,
and is now one the healthiest chillren
In town. M . ers of delleato. children
should tryVin* ."-Mits.GonoNJEssUP.
Vinol is congiit-tional remedy
which create .n' ai)l)etite, aids d.
gestion and makes pure, healthy blood.
All children love to take it. Try it on
.THID LAURENS DUG CO., LAURENS
Also at the leading drug store in all
South Carolina towns.
T AK E
Colds, LaGrippe, Rheumatisn't
A Wdensan buit vef'eUtIve enVIonIA11
whih rel t 1 id( l( te ssue, revives
the sy'n , addi t-ena h o a l
Ms I 'ifOUs 1:yst eim. I ha ls
absolutel~vts n'efos:ol. and Is in ev
IrTV 11n11.1 a taonie.
$1.00 PER BOTLE
Ask Your Druggist
T I E IF E R JR C.tt L C .
'The Nation's Curse
Wondert fd Remedy
t r" t no ainctit cauism more won
and :,_,ry iilt Stomach Trouble.
(Uften' ll GltonesCancer and Ulcers of
he ob ad Intestinei, Constipa
t .. di Ction, Auto-i ntoxiea
. ( ..w)W Jail dic, Appendicitis and
r.,I h truic; an fatal ailments result
. ;h...:pud; of Ll.nach Sif- I
I '- V 01 omijd!nto/recovery to
- de~idi dy. It Li unlika
r remled-41 swevps the poison
unio and catarrhal aiceretions from
o01. h. aind allays Chronic
- * deel:'re it ha:; saved
-, E d ious~ surgi
<--n r one doe today.
- I,. a results. Contains
1 habe.forming drg IL..
1 Ailmevnt. F1ji . Al.
- r, Mir. Chetmist, (hi
yet--Ohtain - bottle of
r Pul Remedy froit your
n bi ' \*r and try it c' all absoluto
tn.I nt' statifctor'y, Inmney
For S rins.v Lamnenss,
Sores, uts, Rlheumiatismi
Pntis and Heals.
IStops Pain At Once
For Man ancd Beast
I 2.5c. 50c. $1. At All Dealers.
3 Saved G
"I want to tell you what
celved from the use of Thied
*Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clift
* "It certainly has no e ui
* liver and stomach tr ubles. /I
saved my little g l's life./
Sthey went in on her, bu/ o
Black-Draught ny de theni brc
Smore trouble. I shall n err t
o In my hm. o osiai
ncsmlai,- hll nd fev
:ailments, Thecdford's Black-Dr
reliable, gentle and valuable
* If you suffer from any of
I Draught. It is a medicine o
yer-f pedd ucsyoung and old. For sate eve
SAID VAWTER HAD '
NO CAUSE To SHOOT
Stockton Heth, Jr., Just Before Pass.
lniK Awiy Mfaskes Stateetipii to
Brother. Shot While Ouest In
Roawoke, Va., March 15.-In an an
te-mortem statement, Stockton lieth,
-Jr., declared that the shot that result
ed in his death here early today was
fired by Prof. Charles E. Vawter, pro
fessor of mathematics at virgihla
Polytechnic Institute, according to a
statement made this afternoon I/y his
brother, Lieut. Clemoent Ileth,, -'. S. A.
"Wihy (d i he shoot you " Clemelnt
Ileth saidl he asked his brother.
"lIc hasn't got a thing to stand on,
"lem," the (lying man replied.
"! you mean he had no ieaso?"
"Yes', replied lieth, "let me go to
iillt did not recover vonsclounness
and did not speak agaii. Common
walth's Attorney Hoop. of Montgom
pry County, was pirSent, bit refused
to give any information.
Prof. Vawer Ii at /his home in
Blackburg, ht telephonie iessages
said Ie ( exilected, in' Iiht or (levelop
mtsittit, to go to Chrlstiannburg this af
tiernoon and place himself at the dIN
to.'al of the authorities.
110lit was shot while a guest at the
Va wIor home early Tuesday Imorniig.
NehIi l' Prof. Vawter or his wife have
tItd a liy statemiient. The former has
bieei held for the grand jury oi the
ch ari'e of f'loiously shooting lleth.
Thel( firsiA altthentie In formalionl com
hig to the press -t'omii any principal
in the tra(.dy .a5s a statement oi given
olt. inl on nilk at noon by I 4eutr.
Clonent lieth. I. S. A., brot her of
Stockton liethI , -Jr.
Lieut. Ileth said:
"The reason we (dd not lintrrogate
Stoekton before this morning is I
eause we were advised by the physi
clans that any attempt to seeiure a
statement from him might affect his
chance of recovery.
"I had been expecting friends to
arrive by motor between 1 and 2
o'clock tiis morning, hit they Were
delayed and hope of having them at
H- hdide whlien lie (ied 'foiiled.
About -1 o'clock this morning phy
sicians fold ie that If I wanted v
statement I had better get it limme
diately. lr. Hoop, comumonwealth al
torney, of Mlont goniery Couty. 'r.
.oloes and 1I then went to )S'1oCkIon's
room]. We were the only three with
him when I (Iiestioned him.
"Whot shot yoiu. Stock?" I asked.
".lMr. Vawter," lie replied.
"Yes," lie sail.
"Who shot you, Stock " I asked.
"I le hasn't got a thing to stand oi,
"Do you mean he had 10 reason?" I
" .." he not w lred.
" me go to sleet
lith neereovol Oered coni-omre -'
td neeor n! o ie a nt
Lilon . . -tb h :aid this wa- the 4.n
: ion e i i t a' i
tHe of th i shoopiit 'Ind the th
It'wasnalth've .t harney woop rIg
Pure ('fliant~urto giv ay iformlfat
wre' diioa f ha it' otIan t o h'bl InvI ie
I-igtionf madie byot him lots lini'esbur
orhofclIi what'sanspre hi tero
Ihtron-"Yoh ti. tt ia i lv
'a" gbr"eerr d10miti ahy sayi
ter:es toudl ahingr lient tran-5
lsit is i, however cht h owonl ho.
el'pe inL ifh' e
oisn"o sKy. t a s lv
frmly EbeieveClaeveragh, sy
there's herl ad the ecan'tlesun
ierool's eo L ieod'
akoutdarfulsee ha hae re
a, forgipe, eade cdzi
frml be'')lieves ack-allghtila
auhnsh has rvd tel masafes, p
ne god dsf hdor'
thnest omion, dahe Black-6
Sknown merIt. Seventy-fiveS
>roves Its value. ,Good for
rywhere. Price 25 cents,
Use "Gets-It," Lift
Corn Right Off
S'htr1iels, Loosens- 11nd It's (gon0e
".Just like taking the lid off-that's
how 03asy y-ou1 can lift a cori off your
toe after it has been treated with
fihe wonderful discovery, 'Gets-It'."
I itint the vide word over and you'll
find niothiing so iagic, simple and
vnly43 .s "Gets-It". You folks who
have wrapped yottr toes. ii bandages
to look like bundles, who have used
iialve that tutrined your toes raw and
re, aid us(d plasters that would
iift from Itheir place and never
.5 - iQu'ckly
"i-". he ci1r ( and who halve dlig
and picked at . our coris with
Iie am l o:( 'm1. perhaps made
til e bled I -m-t u it these old and
iminful way. nd 4 1'ry "G s- It jis
'0 I. pl '. o r dr tym o n a d
Ilij~t f 41 ( il l'4 I i . to
dhk. :1m1 ;.Ilyur sov and
a-4 rh 1 onasn. The ai Is
one. v- Th In,(h corn1 dlif.A a painl
a3oi shrI1 n1 i . it ilNonons from
r ito , m'l off it co nt . "e It" I
ie the hi i t, m'a.. iling col-rn remedy iII
the worbi to(],.es. Therers ton Othe
"GtS-It" k :1)th(i by druet gists ev
erywlt re. " a o :rdr o: I . or sent oi re
eoit of olwie by E. i ,awrence & Co.,
Sl !!i 1 iaurens and recommended
athe world's best Corn renredy by
Etureka 1)ruCo., howe Drug Co., ntid
Lauirens itrug Co.
NEXT itE'NION AT CllESTElt.
"enl. Time ha Issues Orders 14o veter
ton11 of State.
IiIend taiuaers 'Souti Carolina Division,
aliied Confederate Veterans. '
' A i n,t.,Marete, iS. tarc a 9, 1.
Genevral Ordetrs No. I.Series of 1917.
Souih Carolina Iivision, . C. V.,
Las ben) iniv-ied by thle enlterpi'i ing
cily of Chltl ster to hold its annu al rI -
111ionl within e110r gaktes. This IS te
third timei thatl nh1e hlas generously
thrown them open1 to 1iu aid wo shoul
a(llreciat Ithis evidencve of hlier re
TIeR HIM' SleC-ted is Ai 21 tl(and '.i,
the conimander of ha appoited as
spo s r, for this year., .\iss .\ary 1-:ve..
lyn Cloud, o Ritock li.. C. and Se
appointed htr hvoler, ilrs. K. th.
k oltd a1. 1.,.atronl o1 honor andl . s.:
n.e ii .. J'wiea hotfs enylanah
- venn an d te vran., as
d wo invit th to are fohb
te ent'alin.n omttesol
Tonhe laralisheunion allth liet.'\
hld tieuore therahzotion qtomtert
'lide Sou ;h011 boundsofa3 h Cornayilld
erney. a t "sill train tot he vaptat isy
of lotr now ~ reie country. The1in
Ii 1111in omes 'from a number~ of4~u o
riends tnowt rdent in Was~l3 1 hio
"at1d heiGrand .\rmy of" thpet inettith i,
ou0 former enem.i'~ e, ('u et ow n,
friends11 L ekJ, ' %tese circumsans ita
behooves thaie We shudaeringo I'l 1)1
lithet uniformli o .tei Con fedeat armyc
atln yourewhc coande speeoay e
fluest that. alliveteran w~ ilel wear the
)rlas uIor. P1c r it et o
Te ldgivisio heao urtrswiv e at tl'yctti
the St. mesa Itwetys, Penns.vana
rdene, and Sith naet Nd n.,Wash
Al yoh campeand tabe caredh fo-b
ntif he chrman reresho namnownle
The outhrn Iallwy Copanywil
'f the division staff, a bravo comrade,
as passed to his reward.
Adjutant.; of camps are requested
0 fill ot( the enclosed blank report
lid forward the same, with their ducs,
o thle adjutant general inI Charleston I
Ssoonl as possible.
13. 11. Teague,
.Major loneral, S. C. Division.
Adjt. Gin., Chlef of Staff.
NI('1iOLS IS ('ONFIDENT.
'ope's Name Againi Seit to Senate by
W\ashtington, tilarchl .---Presidenit
Ailson Iha agaii sent. to the senate
he 11(nmi3 i nati on of Thomas If. Plope
o I pomma ster at (Greeiville to sue
'ced l). I.. Traxler, whose resigla
-it i Was ateep!ted soie mionIts ago.
I 0til the lioiinimation of Mr. Pope is
'o1lme. o ver., .\r. Traxler wvill
,ott illuc to perform I Ithe dItiei s and re
eiv he i l ,4,11ary o tIhe position of
'ostmanster. lepriesentative Sai ..
iholls .expresses colldence that
Popo will be confirmed1 with1in the near
uttiure aniId accepts without tIuestioll
t . I). Smith's slatemll nt.l that
he 111he Jwltir seitor) is oing onn -
Img to provenit con'r"mat ion.
(,of. T. .1. i In II.Iha ; never
been nomlinated to the Sen::ic lor. thel
p'iil ion o" , oste' ;ter at Chester;
Ind ii il orl n lk.< he is ;!iltominadfut
'd hli,; namle canlnut he cnited up for
.oalil mInaton. '~de re 1apoinit
m-Ant L,'I[mu d he e b - Col. en.
tinglhai Ims boen 1ik0elhiirging Ile (It
i. and veceiving the salarv of post
Imaster .1and i olicially So designated
"y t le psIt'llee delmrtment. Senator
l''. 1). SmIlith i iL block (Ihe noinla
lnl it t were made, of course; but
Ti has not had file opportiity. The
ate liepreseitatlive D)avid 1-'. 1iley
eomillended Col. Culiningliam for
lostilaster of Chester at tle request
>f Slniator Tilliman1 .
Card of Thaniks.
We wish to express ouiiir sintciere
bmanks to all who reidred their will
ng assistainre' dintigp1 the Sinss and
leathl of ourl dear fathler. We canm
lever torget Ie lk in d word and
weet prayers that were offered. W\e
vilI ever iray that God; rihesi bless
ig may rest oi them and tust that
le who doeth al1l thigs well will
it la1(n by thieti inl the dark hours.
"Mr. and .\rs. 11. 110oyd.
Sea h ande
e ., s mo
b atal g .
and hear Edi:
- music so perfec
* critics of the]I
this country ad
their papers th
guish an artist'
pe rfo or mani ce
Creation of it,
ing their cnita
We want the oj
you that Edist
not a "talking a
what no talking
tion! Onl your p
4 . ;
I ,on, n .rs. 7
No c 11 nrw t ' it fc o
the Puc1 a c etr'-s :
ee .--w -r - :1
Aird e. s n Thsv C tP.
vnd ifuth e "
on snew nvenion
miAidtecoluis~ ofT-~ t~r~.4 a
us wil2rl e , funihatedit~
the ho avoi ... so. per
could not be dimigrshed
from theS .ie.!. Since
re-rea-e al frmsof then ma y ote great
tlytha te bas muic artists hav mad similar
cadig nwspper of tests--al wa:s s w ith the
in the same successfuil results.
mit clujns OfHear Edison's Re
at tey cnno disin- Creation of Anna Case's
voiceor istrumntal voice, an~d then hear her at
fromEdion'sRe- the Metropolitan or when
A bokletcontin- she is OR) concert tour.
This photograph shows
iueswillbe urnihed Miss Casc actually singmng
in direct comparison .with
Edison's Re-Creation of
I1I~~i)I ()Nher voice.
>portunity to prove to
mf s new invention is
nachine"; that itd6es
machine can do.
ion entails no obliga- -
art. W\e want you to .A
son's new art. '