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WILSONS RECOVERY TO
BE SLOW AND TEDIOUS
Physiclans Reiterate That He Must 'irs. Wilson again spent a part of
Put Aside all Thoughts of Ills Of- the day reading to him as has been her
flee While Convalescing, Grayson daily custom since his illness, and
ilefutses to Comment. on Rtuiors. - strains from the talking machine in
iWashington, Oct. 12.-Vhilc Presi- the sickroom could be heard at inter
dent Wilson is -believed by his physi- vals.
clan to .be on the road to recovery, the ,Dr. Grayson and the other physi
process will be slow and tedious. The clans have adopteda -policy of "stand
president. it was reiterated today at ing Pat" on their bulletins, and will
the White 'House, must resign to strict not even comment on the dally crop
observance of the physicians' orders to of rumior concerning the president,
Ut aside all thought of his oilce ,while that spring up overnight.
convalescing, and remain in bed until IW* Grayson said he would not com
danger of a relapse has passed. meat on the published letter written by
Rear Admiral Grayson, the pre- Senator Moses of No IlampehIpe to
dent's personal physician, and the a constituent, saying that the presi
physicians he called in more than a dent had a brain lesion. Dr. Grayson
week ago continue to confine them- explained that he would not deny the
selves to terse bulletins twice a day as statement because he would not de
far as the public is concerned. That Part from Is policy of standing on is
they are satisfied with the progress officlal bulletins and refusing to dis
their patient is making is apparent cuss the lremident'H case further than
from the spirit of optimism that Per- the Ifor ation contpineri In the o nitlge
vades the White 'Douse anGh the re- tdn.
sentinent with wvhich various rumors ISenatort'Moses said tonight that hie
as to the P~residen~t's "real" condition ,~ 11, ~ telteri cp0l~t
-ire ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ mn on yWieHus fiil. a the publshe letter wrten8 ty
i request for informal Ilo and that hie
Tonight's bulletin said: mllerely had referred to the presi-(01,'F
"WiHe House, October 12, 10 1). in. (lability as had been re.orted to him
The president is In good spirits and the senator auded that he l d no1
has had a restful day." wi-tten thle letter for publication.
The president wvas said by officials WtL WAr VE'1EANS
to have spent a quiet and restful Sun- TO( ORIGANIZE iLEGIO!
day, although somewhat depressed be- -nfm octenhe
cause of a dIrizzling rain wvhich began 'i'etnloritry Organizationt Already Per
to fall during the night and continued fected and Rally 3eting Is to 1)
all day. woeld To id ght.
aremetb. eporary organization of ti
e Hblos. D. Lake, Jr ouos., of the Amer
U. S. ARMY GOODS ca Legion composed of white vei
FOR SALE adis of the World War has een pt
1U. S. Army lRanges, 33 inchiest , fcted and at a meeting held last We
33 Inches -wide, 52 inches dea-nestlay night Ii the court. house It Wa
bestos tits lining, nickeled trimmed announced that a charter from natioi
with tdre box 9x18 Inches, water ilt headquarters had been received im
back ready to connect with hot wa- that the Post was in a position f
ter tank; oven 23 inches deelp, 28 Permanent organization. A mal
Inches wide, 1wr inches high with meeting has been called for Thursdi
shelf; warming closet 8 Inches high, night of this wveek, when a rpertillnei
2 Inches de, 14 Inches widc .
Smut tbox and ornamental back. iwitil organization m;ill be Perfected. Cat
shllef 24 inches hi1gh, 10 Inchles (deep, W. nI. i11licey, Jr., is temporary clial
35 inches wide; also nive joints ipe, man of tie organization and Cas.
2 large bolerswith ids; wortih $200. Fleming Is temporary secretary.
Cost governlment $161.00; our spe
ctoal prine oly .$o7.n 0 The post i naed after the i
1-. S. Army Galvanized Hot Witter et. olls. 1). Lake, ., said to rd a
Tanks. 82 gallon capacity, 85 lbs.lbee tie rankitg Laurens cointy
al essur', almost new . . . . . N t 1.T
1. S. Army floaer'ts, R lianlt I lon Islt,). i llei te Pst. toi te amerlal
I-lot Blast, large filze, nickel r-il- IpothPststobtaefr
.v. -A vAry be GOtifD tov slight- all whio, c ed otwhi t e , vt
ly lused, good its new; will h)url numlllet',of wvhom hlave already Jolti
Swvood or coal; a regSlar $65 heater rhv thloal rlebear'hal fee is $1
for .. .. ........ ....... $37541 e eradtelclmm
U. S. rm"I icaters, ''lig Seven." :;uItI- t~'y~~~11( h oa lell
able for homle, ;tor~e, factor-y. etc ; fee will be decided on at thle niet
inlplenficed condiainoda; will t eie hseday nsigtWt.
wood or coalnges,.33..nches.hgb' ile ige~t n T trsda o night Is
1.S. Army, reguliation tloahlle whleel1
l3 3 i n c s , g d e 2 o l l i t l o l . d I e s h a - I ' o e d a t 8 o ' t o c h I n t e f o i t t o ri
nes s is oln et , n wo eh $125 per Light ef es ll e ts w ill e Sei'ved al
s(q, ()I, 011 I'~...........7ol vveans are uirged to at tend.
b. S. A y I)otle I re ad It aroeonnctiit itheo wa- t t pgt wth American p gion 1
good wi in high with meeting h beenced for Tihu roe]
1. S. Amy McC nantal Saddl, wt oga will lie e eect at
se t go ert n. g o o $ 0 c o n d iti u. . u 2 .9 'jo l ti g th ie lost.
U. S. Army M Clellan Saddles. ileukW
fpressure almost.n.. .... 2995 INO kIled i thE wrTh emN
U. S. Army Heates, Opeint Hrime s oft e Pot toWN .be t An Lr
Haoe at, rke siz enal ;fodrimuacthn-id vatt
fyou.ed,...od.as.new;.will.burn number~l ;of whom have wrlesd jin<
wood. Armyal h av r eu l r $6 he~ rs '( aterouThe naoton l mem ershi f; isf$
for . . . . . . . . . . - - - - - - - - 7- t'7 yearkl ad~ tae l o a me m r
U.'S.'Army eari, "ig S, mai s tuit idncc
abeleaorhoe Ustoe aoy,1)1 e'iete eewl 'edcie n tte et
in lspi lendidcondiin; Iwil with Thursdal night
wod \r ol. . . . -t9 T1he majotin h dy o h tin oi t i
strp. Ar y rg $to doIe h e be 1 h eld a us tio' lc itn h o ehs
h.5Arss gOliv onirsll.wobl har!u-Iie'f'l tsdisprely Its
et, ou rcv..e ..d r.pa. .. - - 95 l eeasaeugdt ted
U. S. Army Doubleread Hrnesstt~', themetig thleic ofmerle aturaln
roon o nt d iio .. ..i .. ..C''il .. 6 . t'n lyw ii e nill be nese tedtoe ch i ve e
U. S. Amy .\lcalnnanks maddlfetrs- tatfomtefodeog
eavy leaer, o ioonitido dick .9 joiting mthel ot. ril eey
.1 i. Army M<Cella ncSdes. newathloiy
U.S Army woolatheroats, foriteds. 11111il tieWN s OR A~L Otll
13ad atRcwsadArea; o' iflyl a e plIthin yand wanet fro
ounCd hleate r -Itroughoeut'l~ lpe it- Iof you have11 t ' w o wke s n 1
for-..st. .p a. .. ......- -- --.-9- iaceliht o u areil not po ude of;bf
U. S. Army heavy Lrehe, olivlal. theyin re sallw orasubjec twlowedm
a..s.lend....ha..ter.......... - ha-kr blacheyd10 11ke M~'i-'ona stm
U. S. Army iLeate recags, mae iiablet fofltor twowek tn noice
been leaitr Used u aericebleJ(olSd itti(itlr~tcl(l'Ilg
staptt. W o $5.00 I ..v .. ..ey.50 th'in b'l cause the sto ,mida llyoe
kreril reoatfew arpai e: ffer shecre(i(tin (litcien fte aua
U. S. Army CommlerSlelalmfessa(''- 1 gestiuicsan (in congseqene
frenovatd atd gepard yo ma co.4- notI Eltac f4llirothfodeug
U . S. NAy hmocks nhilt of extr. itiemte'onors.vr a
he. aviy eavys g a nized% fitz dk it lir body.rei hiti
tpros. $2xcellent. nion itoh- e uld lit thiee op aNh
U.ai. Armys nw.ol P Ovrc aifr U.n wi. at prer ad ratfo
term laniestor lty weateketou can- N Yoodthe ,lemet. ne -hssayi t
not S.Amy abtter o''Cvers. ued, cl'rn-Itssi,1.5.A,(c
bunting cond95iton. May be ArmuarYhntr w west
dyedbfak, $1r5 .bu S. deArmyalt moent wof on setvdttomach' itabec
U1. .y Aio" breheove $draI.hae soldineern gursnted ofamt
foS . . Arm-sp --e --5 -'. .' A-- l * atud iestio, a t ;e o r ghon.
ra.e $S()U. Army axces . lav stmac dnisurbnce bihdayin, I
o. rmyig p airs,15 Iv. offArm thal- leare taby. lieurens gtiDru Ced
-aU. S. tArmy $1eathrT S.vls Jamckn
iltl, knife baonet tesng Werll lat you;-~''s 011inI5~ 111 ~lil5
whe gi'oArmy~ ShIte lTes a .9'.'lllfl in ii nil'''- 111 oIler
('iArmyil. heavy11 galvanze flr and i ife rbwadier' General irnt13 Rsshr
wter (uell sI, S. Ach . is.'l A;i'lcmy Iem nEgne op
Rube ht Ss, eaned U.$1.r0 e yh oh-i 'f chslcl'ittt
naiv hes, binedtw,$p ar. U.mil, hS. I tril the a'va'Iosivd
.iid $1or . t l 5.l'thel' engineehrinbors diedl ofast
YoArmnoy paelt IfA U.0 sArmahshofitNwdr.htn
P' re F.ck $.25. Uelih. S. Army Pa-lea' edetoay. hite was gradua ted
va iel tid bsoe $0 AG. . ii.' Arnii y Enug ot ' , Pol i nt 4 l i I, 9 A andll conui'
lish'nf bayli oete isheerold~ fat'el \\ - sldt' A.i ~i.iI i''
wlnfrund t make5~hSt s a wonderfull in1 the5 (1s engnr, riito the i'li ii
BRADng Lhutin an fshngD kfD N'ri airGenera'lini'9o3 shattie
75AREach.USErm COMPANYvce fore' (11 hstiremen'ti.AilI
abl htsclane $.00eah. nert ing, a kledwa il he fervedt
OrleonvOit CATA" DOU er.hadlbee pres'iidlent froml be0 tioC
Youret moneyt bai ifT notR'm oatsled (eealR'el a ona
in 1110 5.11.11- - rno i\reea', A~lbama , he
fudd/noesvstn u tr n2t \is-enGaa
WITE MEN UiX Jl
TURNER'S PARTNER w
Negro Who Blonsted of Having Part e
in Shooting in Greenville, Killed in j:
Anderson, Oct. 1I.-Iled Frazier, a t
negro, who, it is said, boasted of be- 1
ing a partner of Joe Titrner, and that
lie played a part in the Greenville ept
sode last Sunday morning when two t
policemen were killed, was shot and
killed :by two white men, J. S. McMinn
and Robert Cawley, in the Anderson
mill village this morning at 8 o'cock.
The men came to the police station af
ter the shooting and gave up to Chief
Saminions, iwho notified Sheriff San
ders, and the latter placed them in
the county jail.
Frazier's body showed fiVe bullet
wounds and his head one. A white
man turned over to Sheriff Sanders
two pistols, ong of .32 calibre and the
other of .38, which lie said UidNilin
and Corley had given him. The .38
had three ellpty chambers and the .32
Frazier was one of a gang of ne
groes which is 'heing mllhoyIed by the
Fiske-Carter Construction company of
(Greenville in painting houses at, the
Anderson mill. lie appeared early
Friday morning and asked for workc.
During the afternoon lie is said to
-have given some trouble and that he
made boasts about having killed four
men. This morning the two white
men nwent. into the house where lie
was at 'work and called his attention
to the poor class of painting he twas
doing and told him to go over it. It
is said that he began cursing them and
put his hands in his overalls. The
men claim that they had heard him
say lie had a pistol and that upon
seeing him make this move, they fired.
The shooting occurred in the room
where the negro was at work. A .32
calibre U. S. special was found upl)on
1him. It is said that his home is about
(I four miles north of Anderson.
ly "DANDERINE" PUTS
it BEAUTY IN HAIR
. Girls! A mass of long,
te thick, gleamy tresses
in so n
lit- L'et "Danderine" save youri hai. al
'an double its beauty. Yol canl have Ic
of long, thiek. strong, iustrous ha
Don't let it slay lifeless, thin, scra
gly or fading. Bring back its colI
Vigor and vitality.
Get a 35-cent bottle of de(lightI
be "Danderine"~ at any dre' - or toil
Dlur couniter to freshen youri scalp; (lie
the diandiruiff and1( fall-ing hair. Your ht
>es needis this stumnulat ing tonic; thien
ach lfe, color, brightness andi abundani
the will returni-diurry!
not e a S * * * * * * * * * * * * *S
* ('fl08S iiILL N EWS.
nil- S S * S e S S S e S S S * * * *
(Cross 11111, Oct. 13.-Mr. Wai
'td- D arnellI or Saluda has bought1
t it Janes Dukes house and lot and I
tiluioved his familily to Cross 11111.
ile~enzle & Duglass of Greenvi
cat- brought another lot of horses
t5- mnules to Cross 11111 last week
and sold them at auction Saturday. Th
onwere oneC diozen of each and
stop) brought fairly goodl picies for scrt
:art- lot thlese dealeris have sold hee I
andt Anlother big aucn lolle11 is on
day. Th'iis t ime it is a iinube
townl lots, inluldig one dwel
hiouise nearI thle hiea rt. otf thle town.
A land is dilvidled upi into small
sitabn le( for eriec t ing butsiness hot
its and1( is thle plroperty~ of .\eS'v~ainl
early Leppa rd. Tlhie d we'lling was rece
putreused by Mr. L eplparid and
(en- heeni repaired andl~ 11 impoved.
iredi) sales ar~e under the manaiifgemenmt
rsi in reail estate compan~fy of Greenmwoc
nighit Th'ie road force on thle new tou
New highway have reachiedi thle ies id
wvas of 10. A. Adamils w iih thie gradtiinlg
from arec now iiuttinug onl the topi soil.
10one( of thIie dlistanice hbelIow t owni has
k of c~omle(ted( bitt neieds a good ranl
ly be- mak1 e it readyi 3 for t ravel.
lFor several weeks the' two nuhm
nI tile (If t his place have biein runntinu
.dl lhe hIgh tension diniig IfIe diay an'
1913:. ten in to the tnight . Very seldom1
fonit it ha n ed1 thaIlit ('enltin pour1 ed i
oll (If iapidily as It has done1, all this
arriedi Tihie cro i' l nearly i 3 all open1 11n
il1s, a -far' the largest portiloll has lbeen
IIs, of ('red~.
rs and .\i'. WN. iar ci tasor' reac~h ed
f son, Iast week fromh Fran (C. So1 fat
Ing at kno(w e'very3 onlle of thle C ross hlih
ngres- are now'. safe at 110me1. Only 01nt
C. lot fl. b n i r e, VI m i l n,ned a
Ackson. One other lwas slightly
We were very glad to see Jack Wil
ut of Furman at home Sunday. 10
looking well and Is very much
leased with his work. Ile spleaks en
kusiastically of the splendid new ath
tic grounds on the Furman campus.
Rev. and 'Mrs. J. B. 1111house, of
,bbeville, spent somc thne with rela
Ives here last week. AMr. Iillhouse
vas returning from the meeting of
Iresbytcry at Clinton.
Reed Parlor and Living Iloom Silts
ust received]. Latest finishes, best
S. M. & E1. H. WHI-IS & CO.
If Constipated, Bilious
or Headachy, take
Sick headache, biliousness, coated Put your money in our National Bank and know
tongue, or sour, gassy stonach-al
'ways trace this to torpid liver; de- that it isabsolutely safe. Our vaults are fire ard bur
layed, fermenting food In the bow- lar proof and men with money and character stand
Poisonous matter clogged in the in- behind our National Bank.
testines, instead of being cast out of
the system is re-absorbed into the Our Bank is one of the vast system of Federal Re
blood. When this poison reaches the
delicate brain tissue it causes conges- serve Banks which stand together for the protection of
tion and that dull, throbbing, sicken- each other and their depositors.
Cascarets immediately cleanse the We want your banking business and shall be glad
stomach, remove the sour, undigested
food and foul gases, take the excess to have you come to see us.
bile from the liver and carry out all
the constipated waste matter and We add 4 per cent. interest.
poisons in the bowels.
A Cascaret tonight will surely
straighten you out by morning. They
work while you sleep.
PilesThe Enterprise National Bank
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails N. B. DIAL, President C. H. ROPER, Cashier
to cure Itching. Blindc leeding or Protruding Piles.
Instantly relieves Itching Piles and youandkn
restful leet after the first applicatiola Prcfie r 'br
Coats and Suits
New Fall Coats
One hundred New Fall
Coats for Ladies and
Misses in all shades
$25.00 to $50.00
Ladies' Coat Suits
Li Seventy-five Ladies' Coat
Suits new Fall styles in
Serges, Velour and Trico
tine, Black, Navy and
of $37.50 to $65.00
Ladies', Misses and Chil
dren's Rain Coats all
ho Me I