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GEtMAN .MON EY
.tecent lid Believed to llave Un
earthedl Giganitle ('onspirney Against
UiliIed States Govern iments War
Wa'Ishlinugon01. Sept. 7.-Nunerous
in(ictmuents for conispiracy to thwart
the goveritnments' war plals and tic
its hands Iin many ways aipear to be
III prospect as a result of We(nesday's
. ation-wide raid of Iudiust rial Work
era of the 'World offices by department
of justice agents.
iEvidice Is said to be fast ac
Cumulating to suppolt the belief that
a gigantic conspiracy has existed for
some time past to cripple file gov
erinent in carrying on the war; that
Its ra InI ifications have extended into
virtually every state, and that numer
olus anti-war activities which at)
peared to emanate from many sourc
es in reality had their fountain-head
in a single group of colspiIators.
Anti-draft demonstrations, crippling
of war Industries by so-called labor
disturbances and by violence, burning
of crops and continuous preachment of
anti-ally sentiment, with other activ
CHILL & FEVER
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JiRJC 25 CENTS
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Buy,;t at druggists and
general stores or postpaid
M an y thousands of
wVo men suffering from
womanly trouble, have
been benefited by the use
of Cardui, thc wvoman's
tonic, according to letters
we receive, similar to this
one from Mrs. Z. V. Spelt,.
of i layne, N. C. "I could'
not stand on my feet, and'
just suffered terribly,"'
she says. "As my suf
fering was so great, and
he had tried othier reme
dies, Dr. - had us
geot Cardul. . *. I began
improving, and It cured
mne. I know, and my
doctor knows, what Car
dul dId for me, for my
nerves and health were
The Woman's Tonic
She writes further: " I
am in splendid health . ..
can do mywork. I feellI
owe it to Cardul, for I was
In dreadful condition."
I you are nervous, run
down and weak, or suffer
from headache, backache,
etc., every month, try
Card dul. Thousands of
women praise this medi
cine for the good It has
done therm, and many
physicians who have Used
Cardul successfully with
their women patients, for
years, endorse this medi
cine. Think what it means
to be in splendid health,
like Mrs. Spell. Give
Cardul a trial.
ities, tunded to retard tlhe government
iI prosecuting the war, alppear from
recent discloslires to have been includ
ed within file scope of the alleged con
Into the formation and the workings
of-this alleged cotspiracy, tlie depart
mntilt. of justice has hegun an inquiry
m10ore coimprehenisive, It Is said, than
any lailielied since this colltry en
tered the war.
-Ilow closely .the anti-war activities
and propaganda have been Interrelat
ed Is to be determined largely by the
federal grand jury, now sitting at Chli
cago, investigating documents seized
by govern ment agents in their raids
Wednesday of . -W. W. and socialist
oflices of that. city and 'throughout the
country. Indications are that the al
leged conspiracy had its origin . in
Itially his entire time today to consid
Chicago and was actively dlirected from
There are also indications that Ger
inn money financed, iI part, this 1)10
paganda, and was spent freely in Iany
ways to fiurther the ends of the conl
The grand Jury inquiry will not he
confined. from present indieations, to
So vast is the accumulation of let
ters, cheks and papers of all descrip
lions seized by the government agents
that the great )ul1k still lies unsifted,
and the exact delerinat Ion of their
contents and significance probably
vilI not be reached for several days.
William C. Peitts. the assistant it
torney general who conceived and di
reted the exeeilion of the idea of a
nation-wide seizuirte of I. W. W. papers
a0 a pre-arranged hoir, ldevoteld vir
(ration of reports from 111 sectilis
as to the results obtained.
"Ile resutlls are very satisfy
was all that. Ie 'would say.
Tlhe govermiliet's hani1ids have bein
greatly strengliened by tle seizire Of
papers in con teilplated proccedings
apainst person leieitlled with the 1.
W. W. anl otliers; wiose activities have
heoii for some tile under silirveilIlince.
'lnny of these documenit, are said to
relate to laboir distiribaices in Ihe
iWest and Mhe Paeilie Northweoet.
Experience Ile ltesi Te:acher.
It is generally admitted th:lt exper
ivnce is the best teacher, blt shouIld
Otlis as Vell ts our own? The ex
icrience of a tiouisand person s is
imore to be dtipendled 1 upon than that
of olne individual. Mlny ihollsalds
of persons have used Cha Im be rla in's
1(ougli eiiedy foir cnoughs and cohls
wiIh tle best results, wihicl shows it
to be a IlioroughI ly reliable prepara
tioll for those diseases. Try it. 11 is
lront and effectual and pleasant to
Goiernor's Sons [in Service.
"The Governor of SouthiI Carolina
and at least two former governors of
SouibI Carolina, Sheppard and II Py
ward, have sons In the military ser
vice of tle t'nited States."--Colii
Make it three. Capt. Ilenry Till
mail, of Gtre(n wool. has been ready
from the fist.--News and Courier.
This Is interestine --pal-itiniarly inl
G reellwood w here Capt. I lenry Till
ioani is ini lhaige of hiome big's in lhe'
(riceit to Goiveiiiors' SOils ini thle ser
whihi tn casioii it has criticized
the .htidgmnent oif Goveinor Mlanning
ini soime of his titlicial acts, as to his
piatiottismn and t hat of his faily
somuethling whliIch thle Gover'nor, with
tie excellent ta:;e of a gentleman,
tdtes tnot uise as a polit ical Iboost. The
people of the State generally, we be
lleve, dto not really knowv the facts
and without his knowledge this plain
statement of facts, In justice to him,
ie has had foilly sons to voluonteer
despite initial sacrifices and all ac
cepted for the active service of their
coitry 1 in thiis struiggle to pireserve
our lives and I liertiles fronm the met
elless hand of thle Kaiser. Many oi
cials have a son In the service, somte
two, a fewv three, but perha ps no oth
er high oticla I has offered so many
sons to the country as Governor .\lani
ning with four sonsi no0w behind the
'When the t roil e withi Mexico caine,
William S. Manning, oldest livIng son
of Governor and Mfrs. Manning, was
earning his living as Washington cor..
respiondent of a Newv York newsp)aper.
Though dlependent entirely on his sal
ary for the support of himself and
W ANTED-- -JUNK!
ALL KINDS OF.
35c a Hundred Pounds
Brass, Copper, Hides,
etc., at Market
Opposite City Hall
faimily, le retur ined at on1ce' to his nl
ive state ailil cut isted as a private
witi the Charleston Light DIragoons at
a wag(, about one I wNelftli his WaLishng
ton salary. le served on the mexican
bor)der In that Capacity. When this
clash with Gernany camtie, Will int
M.anning, above ihe age of the dri'aft,
LIpplied foi' admissioni t t i ilcers'
Training Caniip. After training at
Folt Meyeri, Va.. he was designated by
the governmniit, a. few days ago to en
ter onl special training at Cambridge,
lass., for trench wLWarfare.
Ainother married son of the gov
enior, Berlalird Alanning, resignei a
'tspon sible aild iti'lratlve position as
Cshier of a bailk and mitered the
Otlicers' Training Camp at Fort. Ogle
thorpe. A few days ago this young
father ret urnied on futrlough to hIs
wife to biry I their only child. ThIs
,patriotic youig Carolinian, .having
eaCrned the honor of being oie of the
two iii selected out of hIs con
panly for the position of Instructor in
the second training cautp, returns
shortly to assuime that respoitbility.
Wyndliam M. Alannintg, a graduate
of West Point, married aniI the fa
thter of two childrett, was Captain of
the Charleston light Dragoons when
troops were needed in Mexico. He
served oil te border iintil March
when lie brought his tioop home. Inl
the beglinning of this war with Gler
mtany, Capt. Manning was stationed as
captaini in the Trainin g Camp at, Fort
As If lie father, with hiis duties as
wir governor, and Alr's. Mainnitng.
acive amoti- th woient of South
Carolina. inl preainitg thie State for
thit. strain of war. we'. not doing
entoiighit, still antotheI' soni offtred hi
life. This boy. llur1well .\laningil ., two
year1s bolow the requiremenvits of the
draft, left collegeo to b .1~e private
inl thev Nharlest 1 MIgh <agons.
Therhe tie waits. like his brothers. to
give it' n'eld h, his lie for thiel name1l1
of IhIe Slate, the triedom of Amterien.
-The Greenwol~vod ind(ex.
Ladies Serge Dresses,
all shades, in new fall
snappy styles, priced
$15 to $25 each
Yard wide new fancy
colors, per yard
Yard wide, new fanc
per yard . .
Yard wide, rich fancy
per yard . .
Yard wide Satin Mess
and colors, per yarc
Extra heavy yard wi,
navy and colors, pe:
Our first sho'
and see these tode
Ladies Long Coal
Ladies Wool Vel
Ladies Coat Suite
Ladies Crepe de Chine
Shirt Waists in white
and f lesh; price
$3.50 and $5.95 each
Crepe waists in white
and flesh; price $5.95.
A ,1init1, Debate Proolsed.
Those, opposed to lease a1di llease
151), oligiht to necept tie ciallege (of
Mr. lUlease to nake( the war with (Ivr
iny an issuev in tlie next. State cain
paign. As a mnatier of fact. It has ah
soluitely notlhin2 14)1 do witl State is
sites, and it. iakes no ulifference who
Is elected to oliee in (lis State, out -
side of senators anid conigressmeni, they
cannot Influence fihe <1uestion of peace
or war, but it Is well for us all to
know how many of the voters in South
Carolina are in favor of allowing Get'
many to Insult our flag, murder our
citzeiis upon file high seas, overrun
peaceful and helpful countries and get
away with it. We h1ope) Mr. 1leas's
cial lenge will be accepted. We would
like to see a joint debate on the justice
of thiIs war bet we"n the former (lo\
ernor and Congressni Nicholls, his
ole( %'ver dear friend, and if Mr.
Nicholls, for any reason, is not avail
able, we wo uld like to see a joint de
bate bet ween .lr. Illease and .\lr. Lever
Ioth1 are r4siilents of ithe saime coil
gressional district, and we wolid sig
gest that. tlie debate he pulled off at
some point in tliat. district mutually
agrecable to both parties.-York News.
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic )roperties of QUININIC
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, IEnriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole System. 60 cents.
TUhe yearly valte of agricultural
productions of ile United States has
doibled iIn the last 15 yeair; inl the
samthe )eriod11 the(- popIu hition of tho
country has increaid one-third.
wi for a Battleship.
SeVen titns of al a d lay wil
carry an 4rilitary hat tlieship atheg nt
te ernisin speed of' 10 to 12 knots;
but to firiv im her at 20 or over. five
tines hat amutount must he used.
STAND IN THE
With a tremendous
New Fall Silks dire
= -=NO MIDDLE l
AND FOR SATIN
stripe Satins, in all
. . . $1.50
y stripes in Satin
s, all colors, price
. . . 1.75
plaid Silks, price
. . . 2.00
aline, black, white
S . 1.50
de Taffeta, black,
r yard . 1.50
EW FALL CO)~
wing of ladies new Fa
s, made of "Salts Sea
our Coats with Fur T:
3 in Serges and Pop]
"A GOOD PLAC
I vsey', Sept. 'k.--A q a tofn f li1
appreciat ioll of li; valutble m(l Jill
tihing (vrvic,; a (hairiliall of tit
I ekens Olinty%.4 "I11 1 e mp i on boa1' 1rd, IlIon
I,". 1'. . \cC ra ve has been I Iresel I
with a hllll(lol-l( So solill gold 23 jew v
I lantliltonl wvatch. This gilwas' naladf
by the vi Wells of I':asl ey, who beini;
dally associated with .\Mr. .lc(ravey
realizes that he has done splenidi
work in helping to seeuie the firs
<1utota from this county and th i:
hid 01 Was chosen to express to Iiin
Il appreiation of o1r patriotic citi
FI NA l SETTL Ei31 ENT.
'T'ake noltle thalt oil the 12th day 0
October, 1917. we will render a finai
accoiult oi (uir ne's anid doiigs as 1,x.
eutors of Ihe' etc;1te of Capt. .1. R
.linter. deeensed, in tihe olice of th<
.Juidge of Probae f Io Lauirens coulity
at II o'clock .1. In. anid oil ilte samte da)
will apily for a filial discharge fronl
0111 tiusts as Executors.
Any per-soi indebted to said estat
is notilled and reqtuired to Ilake pay.
ment on that date; and all poisomt
having claills agailst said estate wil
tresei thei onl or before saidI date
dliy roven Or le forever ha rred.
E. I .MINTE'R,
W. It. .\lNTIOit.
.1. E'. .\INTERl,
pt. 1 , 191 .-1 o.
showing and Sale of
ct from the largest
to the consumer.
Best quality Crepe c
inches wide, blacl
shades per yard
Best quality 40 inch C
black, white and all
Heavy Satin Charmneu
in black, white, nav
yard . . .
(LTS AND SUI'
11 Coats and Suits no
i Plush," price from
rimming, price from
lins, new fall styles,
E TO TRADR"
NOW IS YOUR
One store room for
rent in the Burns
block, on the north
side of the square.
L. E. BURNS
At Red Iron Racket
The Quinine That Does Not Affect the Head
Ilecntisc of its tonlic id Inxative effect, LAXA.
T*VI, IROMO QtTNINP isbetterthan ordinary
Qiimine amid does tnt cmise nervousness nor
tiging in bend. Wmemuber the full nme and
look for the signature of E. W. GROVE. 30c.
A Made Me Well I
Mr. Win. W. Everly, 3325 North
imicocc street, Philadelphia, .a.,
"I hava been troubled with stomach
disoriers vin'e childhood, but after
taking six bottles of your Peruna, I
now enjoy the best o' health. I also
had catarrh in the head, which prac
tically has disappeared, thanks to
the Peruna Co. for their good work."
Those who object to liquic' medi
nes can procure Peruna Tablots. u
New fall styles in La
dies Satin Dresses, all
the leading new
shades, priced from
$15 to $27.50 each
e Chine, full 40
:, white and all
. . .1.50
eorgette Crepe, in
shades, perF yard 1 .75
se, 40 inches wide,
yr, and green, per
. . .2.00
$20.00 to $35.00
$15.00 to $25.00
$15.00 to $35.00
Ladies Street Hats for
today's wearing, in
black and colors; nif
ty styles; priced from