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xelmp1ioni boards in tihe differenil
ui e ii 'S it So lit ('aroln11111 a an(d tltt
bese should he appointed without re
ar( to iariisatii olics. most of which
aready knowin tlirolighoult Ile
%Itat. .\lr. Stievelsol said t hatl he ceoi
idered tile exemi1ptionl boards of the
ret'll(st possible iuportulee an(d that
110en Of thle hlighest haatronlly. anid
ree from political bias should be ll)
Ointted to theimt.
.Mr. ilease alnd those who caimte
1t i im hlen spoke oin the recent
ieeling in Columbia and said tha:
hey Considered it their duty to make
lie wa-.I departmutent acquaited with
lhat had beeni dole wilit reference
a te appoittlicil of the selectioll
oards so that politics would here
fter he of a noti partisan kind in
Governor Ulease stated tonight that
he meeting was very satisfactory;
lat the committee had come here to
ty before the war department the
onditiols that exist inl South Caro
L11t, j'it' that he was satisfied that
hie wai department Wolld see .instiCe
,I cau!s, , aInd Ih:it hlo , e 1 11 a,
hl visit of himselt sc l i lk;t vIe uIhI.'.
ilth-nwn of his coni unitit w i d 11
.I ic . * 01. ol rl 1-1 ill I hcO
i ' brear, are' 1:0pt in rood Coll
dition. and preat comfort is had
throue...1hout all the period.
Tholuszands of happy mother:,
say thAt ".lother's irienld" is the
greatest aid they know to relieve
the pain and dist ress at. child
birth. -:ecure a bottle of ''Mother's
Friend" from you1 r1 druggist, now.
The complete directions are to be had
With every bottle. WVIrite for a spe
cial book for the expaict ant mother.
Address Bradtield Regulator Co.,
Dept. L, 120 Atlanta, Ga.
M4ASTER KEY %
I in Fifteen Chapters W ith
Metro : Marvels
Advertiser Each Week
Whi(Let' you wI'ishi a simpi~
pay yout to conlsideri 0our proil
imemttorials whtichi are' art istic i
respect. Ou r workmilen hav e
m)emoorials we mlake.
Onlty iperfect stone isue
cit suiggestionls. xIsio.
on1 atnd weI wilt 'in:
I I11 lit
gs or sends this ballot in wiu]
ar subscription) will be cret
'or 25,000 Extr
schedule. Must be accomn
by Contest Manager No
i more than one of these ballt
dvertiser Voting P
Their 'on1Ii(41111s 1) Warl Iprt-i
et, llenr bl A ss. Secretar.
Washiigton. \ay 17. ( o!e 1. 1ilcase. y
Jaies P'. Cary. .1r., Iuen t. ick
inghatt anid W. .\. St ticky, represelit
Ing ithe so-called refolti1 n10ioeent Inli
*'0onth(a Carolina,. wiih Scntator l.". Snili
and itepreseltalives Itgsdale, Steven
son.'Dominick. and Nicholls loday call- 1
ed upon hil assistalt secrtaryof war I.
w here .\tr. ilease and t hose who cat te
with himn fromt Southl Carolina forl- y
Ily registered their grievanIces against
Governor It. I. Mlanning concerning I
the alleged appointilent of hI1 friends a
to the army selection and exeuption I
Secretry 11akel dii nol hear file
tielegition1, ltving gonie oul or the
--city ror the day. lt hi place the con- I
ference was lield with wastat IT i;t
tary ingraham mal lrig. (Geno. E'noeb
Crowder. S-enat.olw Sm111 ilth oinrdced,
th Sut arohnat ipeopdk zid hm1e,
The si5t I the i..m plaint ntiatl'
wac har heilb-oromrsfa
oft) lio i \ - . . . 2 \ -
No womnanl, in the joy of coming
motherhood. should neglect to )re
pare her -;ys4tem for the olldeal she
is to tuldervo. E:ZperieIced i mothelrs
say that it, ik mucth better to keep
your heaith and goo'l looks during
the period of expectancey than tr..y
to regain ihem afterwards.
"Nother's Fiend" is at prepara
tion for just ,tiis purpose. By its
use the multisclei . of the abdomeny
becomeo pliant ; te! straini oi the
cords and iig::meatis lessened; -
g LOVE IS THE I
The Stupndous Metro Seria
Mightiest : of :
Read the Story in The
"TRIBUTES IN S']
IS ant alt It ae t ive btooklelt) n moni
whli('h weV wl ti'.ti ll you 4 *re Itill
It is very in)er) stilt an i st uct i (
SaveI ytou ltoney. I ill out the coup I
senda youil a copy.
mol: ::wN 144, 5. 4. II
Any candidate who brin
year each (or a two-ye
in addition to regular
*Gopd Qfly when Signed
Frank .\.-Vainder)ly Says the War WIll
('all for tendjust ents in liusiness.
Says ('1t 11id of Fears.
New York, .lay IS.---Dillierent busl
nless but hetter business for Aierica
dlitrig the wair was predicted today
by Frank A. Vanderlip, banker and
nicitber of the labor comimIitteo of the
council of' National iDefese's advisory
'ol imission4. In a prepared statecment,
Mr. Vanderlip said the war will call
for readjustients, but not for dimiu
tioni in volume of business; that times
will be better than ever before. and
that the people should be getting ready
for top .speed production that will
utilize every eniergy.
"The sooner the public gets the idea
that we want 'business as usual' or can
have 'business as usual' during this
great war the better for all," he said.
"We want. to stop all unnecessary work
and unnecessary expenditures short
off. and Concentrate oin the illimiise
volutime of work whicl has to be done.
lhisiness nien sholtId get rid of any
!'9olish feat i that economy will bring
;n a generl1 paralyis or jndustry o
r o:i ,414'.av n'
$11- 4444 la li4n ' 4' of litit hla ing
44! 4 4 44 r l-n1 : ll ".1 it'ollble is
li t r 1 i )al worl, 11 t than
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th 14 1 to he 1s11 l h 0 1ll i tii w ald
4 4 1114414 II1 )he ha i4 1 *t' I it 4 c i4'.It 1.1
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N\ ji 1 1, 1 iha frlli i I I l tv.I5l 11
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un fv tu k ne (,I1 11 1* i,.( Iht i I'~e fron
Q 1111114I 1 1' 1 [4 li . nd1111 1 liit as 4
cua in or )the % r Ilaih(. : h w \v are (mf hm ll,
1o b ii ori nue l ano s111 hv III S e 1ss re
I stedi l Iw o e ~ Iu t Io I i , ti n 1 o r un
--rilotural o il' h- inis1 ll unl . 'l l
eVCOOlI lkni;"Iolllis ella;it'; Il()w ere.I
wIllilli e baI fla r tit ol . 11 lo0 . )
4I4' (lst w hof and.n4 l ia1) c oll is, I
are bac Ito poirua l Ill0,00.0 po $N,
1"1 .31 ' 14 4' l 4-4asi 14 lwer ai~
s h 4 dis a 1f tho .'lerh i ni t l'll 441' 14144
"The4 1 icIiry lhl Iinedssiat
greate ta:,atin han, tie rthtr ita Inn
fily pias war( flie phs wih on hranl
anlfdconinulo o ll odrthe buys
did bor4 onl with s the e othe4'r.
".lost if thi arguf ent agali 4t
econlomiy a4sumesP that4 thle pele wh'
onoize il bil a(oa rd their 1uone;
That,1 I01 ('01ourse. w4~ouIll he 10oolisl
hut if' they lenid their savinig to) ii
goveniei nt it will ind its way dire
- ly back into irculti' n in prov.ii
s for the goverInm1en1t's needs.
"'These hond4( Issues will nlece(ssita
mloreIl taaton ini the fu 14 re than11
thle past butl thle person wh~o ipractic4'
self (tellIa1 now inl orderC to ht tyi
bond( not1 only aids theI governmue
huti . l)rovide an1' 44 offset to futu14
taIxailon 01n tIls account 41. Th'le imi(
'4idual1 wh''1o tatxes his sharlIe of tI
*.4 * . . * . * * * . * * *
('B OSS hl l. N EW S,
('ross 11111, .\lay3 '.1.--Therc44e was 15
jIr4eacii1ng seri''' e(( in~ ( ross 11illi Su
liay herause 44 f the ab4' 1lsence of' Ithe 11a
4ors, 11eV. lt. (;. I,0 oe(f the4. 11a14ti
('hurchel is 144 New Orleans attelmlil
the1 Sou4thern'1 111144ist ('onvenition. ilc
W. I . 'Illat(chford1 41 1141the l'resbytei;44
church is attening thell'r4esbyt(ri;
.\55s1mbly in lii rmin4444gham,44 Alai.
.\'. .11 l4mes I .aman and11 44 tamlily
.\lrs. liate4 .\usti 44 routch4(' inl .\lexa
d1r1.ia, .-gyptl witIten4 to iher fathr
\4ril I 4.t .\ Atuong1: many ) inlteri stl
thuings 4ontained4' 1in 4144 letteor we' n4
41he import4':14nce attached('( to thel 1.1ast
:easo by441 th"4 144 ( '4414k 4hur. and1 .\
music and 14 II4 .r . 'ti 1hi l, a ' w tll a
1441i;:'Pslll 11(n11 1.iOel In the let
f intee in itm1)ce inn 11111 theletti
('amp4414 InI I.:gypt. Se'vera'l hundrled e:
Cs had1( dlevlopedl'l. The4 physicians1141 42
Drl. Anniie Auilst in of1 (':olmbia4' 4ol
f'ollowving thle instruc4(tion1 glvenin ilI
paper'4 ('4Ir(ed nearIly' everyl'4 case. Tr
letlIer4 sIae~ hat(' thIs 111paper hadl 51ay
hunidrieds of' live(s.
.\'. 14. A. Wha~tton, who has he
44nlder treatmIIlent ait thle Pry'3or hospi
left last We'dnes dav f''r 'Nevada, Mi
sour!, to consu4lt Oth1er spOcial athI
Ity on1'ils troule. lie is accompajuni
on thIs tipl by '.\irs. WVharton And
(eted to r'each4 hIs dles-tiinllttionl $o1
they had ar'rived at. Navada, ,that. 3
- WVhninn stnoo1 his fLin well, that
doctor said he could cure him, and that
lie expected to return a welli man.
After a lingerring illness lasting sov
eral weeks, 'Mrs. Luerecia Smith died
Priday at the home of her son-In-law,
Nir. .oe Davenport. tiar le Newberry
line. Mrs. Smiuitl Ihad rieaceled the ad
vanced age of 83 years. The fineral
anl(d burial services were held at. Li
berHy Springs Saturday afte-rnoon, con
ducted by Rev. W .1. Turner. -.Mrs.
Smith, who was a Mils Stoney frot
The extra thickness of the
Michelin Tread-duc to
extra rubber and fabric
mcans additional mileage.
Especially is this true since
every ounce of rubber and
fabric is the toughest that,
W. P. HUD
Michelin Casings are just a.
Tubes, which are often imitat
.n The Luianne Guarantee: a
if, after usming thme contente
of a can, you are not satis fled gi
e in every respect, your gro- A
* cer will refund your money.
This is the price on Lad
come in white, black an
at same price. A speci
e-Children's Socks, colore
iil and 25c.
In mill ends, embracin~
by Checked Lawn and Swi:
these goods are far' belc
due. In regular goods ii
nand pure white for sum
reto select from at lowest
aW. G. WI
AN AGED OOUPLE
Tell How They Regained Strength
Steubenville, Oh io.-"My husband
Is 7.) years 01<1 and I am 78 years of ago
and we owe our gootd health to Vinol,
the greatest strength creator anld
ntdiecitte there is. When either one
of us get into a f/itkened, run-down
condition, Vino ilps never failed to
build us up and rpstore strength. Wo
have often said/ we wotild not be
living now wer it nov'for 'Vinol."
-MARY A. Liu.
We guaranti V/iol to creato
strength for fcbel;-'bld people.
TH1; LAURENSDRUG CO., LAURIENS
Also at the leading drug store In all
South Carolina towns.
lilcase Congressman Nicholls stated
that the two factions In South Caro
lina were practically equally divided
is was shown by the vote In the re
acuit governor's race; that in Justice
to both faction" he believed that the
boards of exemptiol which is to be
1 P pointed by the president shoull :1
'onist of good inen from each fac
tion as oqually dividel as possible:
lhlt withoti insinu1 1ating th0 h111 er1
.not eal honestly . wvi h
i on, thIli I - 1141 1 1 Ih, -
144 - sp'11 icin icif I1d n\ 4 b A I .,
regnall~s of the:4 lit( (I ib e l
im:::? hi 4''~Shoo ii fe ' Ih4411 1:e h44 nl
I':4 k, 4 2444'
litnh.u" lii itt line i l' iiil I i
V4. i n I n 11- atf a r III I, I
I ll 1n11 h I e 11 11:1 In : \\ I l tI n 0 4it-l
1 l i' 4 111 1 11 n l1 11 . i' 44it
I tns. to .l ih i 1 .1 ta: 4
wa :: v~ I y iu o tn hI-n iu it
Nim (a li wllIlitl' l "4441'
thi I a . i uit (n 11.ih il it was
i l i n 44- a ni all th 4141 l1 inn4
I ~'!i 14 Iii 1.1. . 14 1144 .4 4 4 f
a i ll Ill I 11 .1' nI Ii11n 1 111t ' k f t
4 lt'5.ps 1lit . pu fiir Ill' ur iiit l
lwIWr Ill I Itr 1 itn- for l itlY.1
Pal('kia ll S ake i it'bi'414W a
lill~ittdff1il bit iii1i tt ilats whit I h l
I' ni n o .ilt 'or11 p , (. n a : i l- . I
u1- ino ith all is aoli g l 11111 hoar i
tling b nlm w e ali areI groI.
. wills hanar. l n othi. e ana >I i
ie t l wa y h i 'l.tette mil ig lo
I'm I I ill Ifreal iteu , .0 t i . 5(04' Il t
11.;n111. Th f 1 mle ns ii l o 1o' 111'd i i l
1( a ilifiule ; air a l'ar s i.,le t '- . Ilal
(. til t i e ll i. l A tilt.i 11ge eec
tii l n iis toii :n lin le; ni a I ln
alilv e In- :ixin ofll p s. tilic ing
ivsI l11 I hi fr ('o41 lil(f anoin- y il r u
to subscawhr itIs tof oe'
lited fit 25,000not o s. , W'i
aein V otesid o ol en
)aied by ssptciptiohihsh.
messaed inotet al gesri
thendith wille orihenttlhad
raze noton stuatsairgn
l'dgelleid, leaves two sons, .Me4srs
John1 an11d Thomas Si -th an' two
dlautghters, .rs. Joseh)1 Dave!port antd
Alrs. J. 1I. u1StI.
Uncle Mlille ). Watts of ('1L1(onl
splent a few days last week with iela
tives here. Though Sl years of age h
is still netive an(d Jovial.
Mirs. Iitla Garrett or Atlanta was
here a part of last. week with he r
brother. r.' M. L. Nelson, who Is .ill
SYu Can See
money, skill and experience
Michelins give so much
milea-e- that they'd be
eco pmiuical even if high
yrfced. But they're
/ not high priced.
good (is iclice/ni .Red Inner
-d in color but never in quality.
fake Good .
The best percolator and the finest
cipe cannot produce a good pot of
ffe* if the dry coffee isn't exactly
ght to start out with. If the same
rcolator aaid the same recipe do not
'oduce tP4 same results every time,
ou can pbet your boots it's the coffee
at's of-eel Luzianne is uniformly
>od *offee. There is no guesswork
>91 it-ever. Give your percolator
chance to make good. Buy a can of
uzianne today. The guarantee is
nuine-means just what it says.
Bk for profit-sharing catalog.
Company, .New Orleans
les' Silk Fibre Hose-they
d tan. Also the silk lisle
al number at 50e a pair'.
(1 tops, in two gradles, 15c
Voile, Poplin, Plain and.
s. The prices marked on
w the present market val
1 printed and woven colors
mer wear, a complete line