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WINS 111GM1 IIONOR
Captain Donaldson Second in Air
JIRee. Native of Greenville.
Mlincola, N. Y., Oct. 20.--South Caro
lina cai)tured second honors in the
trans-continental air flight and re
turn, when Capt. J. 0. Donaldson land
ed at Roosevelt fie dat 10:30 o'clock
today, and winner of the army air
race from this place to SanFrancisco
and return having been lieut. It. Nl
Maynard, of Wake Forest, North Caro
lina, who reached here SatIrday af
ternobn at 1:50 o'clock.
Captain Donaldson, who made this
5,.1(0 .mile joii'rIoy inl a single --:eaed,
SE-- airplane, ist a native of (reen
ville. S. C. He was in Europe 14
The Reily -Ta:
It. atter l'''11
C.*,, ~(~lall ti i i , ov~
lil-: )('( l- -'.\N E1 , ()N .\J.1,
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Caro ia i 1egioi o. ll
TPill'ItSI )AY V ''Th ('lassi- t'
Don't miss anyv o f the gre,
inst P~oultr SW8how in) thle St ate
(Governhmen t showvinig na0t ion's
E'xhi'bit ion drill by piiel<
C'adnets. 'lIhe greaitest ,shoingil
shiows. WVonderfull fr'ee nets.
Sale of Pers<
Nov. 20th, at Resii
I w ill selli at pubiil I,ie i n to
toi t hei highe st tihidirs I he tot
-I wvagois : 2 hugl~gies aiinel barn'f
hay priess;: 2 Ja t ihresheris: :3
9 COttoin planlers : 8 glutno this
(dise barrJows, and 7 smll Ibarri
foot plowvs. sub-soil plows. 2 ii
pl ows, heel sweips. et e.: bla ks
h11ollos, vi sO, shiopi-hiain intrs,
I t wVO-horse'5 tasol'int (nine ;i
On w llefjI'pe l irn . '
months as a member of the American
general headquarters squadron and
also saw serv!ce with the British army
' Captain Donildsoml took part II sev
nII of the major operations of the
Anierican army and whileflying over
1 )ouai shortly after the Chateau
'l'hieriy drive was attacked by three
German planes. ie brought down
two of themn but was captured by the
third, later, however, escaping to Bel
Another of the Mysteries.
One of le Inystetries o[ fire is hlow
a l:otrish (n111 n keep right (oil o)
serving the ways of genilemenltO' f and
ever acquire any (if them for ilm
self.-Detroit Free Press.
ais Co e
.e is distinctly
ern coffee for
IVIRY POUND SOL.D IN AN
INDIVIDUAL AIR-111HT TIN CAN
.you ar, not
iP.11d for it.
a's (Wieal tst I !1 s~ il.
ii leaftires ofl the( I<'air. (ret.
(t renth lin~i peac (nd twar.t
of fine ( attle' an (311logs' ever
lence Near Kinards
horse( four years ol; 12 hogs:
1.ss; Ireaper anid hinder ; I igood ~
gra in eradlies: 8 gra in dill s;
I iribtlors; 3 ( letonl harro5ws: 2
ow;2 t wo-horse plow)~s, sinle~
5( ~ is entaa pJows. lot of otherti
nut tools, conlsist ing of' anvil,
iuonke' ywrtinehes, longs, etc.
Wvagon harniess, hainoes. hoise
N A IT 10 O'C'fO(CK.
President lad Slight 1igestive Troll
Me Yesterday. Bletter Otherwise.
Latest Development not IRegnrided
Washington, Oct. 19.-llaving ob
tained relief from the prostatic glands,
which mr. Wvilson was the victim of,
he is now suffering with slight indi
gestioll, Real Admiral Grayson an
nounced tonight, and said that his
condition was unchanged.
D)r. Grayson issu.ed the following
bulletin froi1 the White I louse to
"'le 'resident had a slight diges
tive distlurance today. Otherwise his
(on1dition is ulnchallged."
The President's general condition
was regarded as satisfactory. notwith
tanding the slight attack of indiges
lion. Until II(I(day 1i)r. rayson 1(1
Ili' physicians assisting him found in
the exai1ination of thoir patient every
('vidie that Mr. Wils4on0 was more
tha1n holding his own and 11the dlevfelop
(inlt after 1noon wV-as not regalrded as
s4'lriou4s or' as any indication that 11
l'rosidn's genlivral cond(4 itioll aV.1s
t w ssaid. ho ve41 r, that any 1t i i
nb.11.11:nen:m nd t it l utA t n e
al.' 1 d 1a 4o\.i'r .
l!i1i : r. of 1! . vi.4 : r.1 , s.
:ohsr ut . on tio : m arntful
:r 1' the W hile !l4. h, 1 t ' < -
n r11- 11!(lit1 - 1W , 'arlw c w - 44 : i
4 ;i ll : 1 - 1 1~-.11" fvlo 1 1
: ' .- ( ti n s.
EASES A COLD
WITH ONE DOSE
"'I'ap~e's ('uuld (oro4lg" then breaks
(110 it (ol i l a 1 is Iw I'is.
I," i(.f colue.s n tn l. o e tk
4 4 4'' ry i ho4ur4 4. uui thre 4 dos(0 es4
irl l'( en ili breaks up a severe'e
cold alld ends Al the 'rip 1( 4n4s4 ry.
The vrf irt dose o1 4-1s yo r. clog
lid- o ii '1444 and 4the air Inissage
4 . Ill h ul, :,topl. 4 . running, re
lita the hevahn'-lo.. n~~s feverish
lit . o z : 4,n and stilli ess.
and nulig 'aryearenl ete
.44141 444411 ~ 114 lit 14,44 ' . ((4''-t (
sneh pro4mpt r _if s "l'a; p' Coh
( ond ." whc u e tily a few
:4!11 , a4: anly It I ( ' 4 w ith
('4ut '4 a t'441 . in-te441 n i- 41 . <on t ini
144 4j i4i414 ilisi~' 4iljuul I'll n -.4
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P1001l \ S4il N\-AN.
'opir Springs, O(I. 24.- -The school
ait thisplace olpnd this in4orning with
an4 (11 oll144:n4 of abot44 44ihly 4upils.
.\liss . l ie' Alit11i( -ll , (Iof 0144 li ne 'ath,14
who'4( has4- 1be4n thle 14rinc(ipal fr' the(
past IWo term1441, will hold(1I4( 54h11same i o
SItioln this tihne' and4 .\liis. ii. 0. \\'alk
er4 will have charge14,4. ofthe14 11 einred
1int( grades0 for the( presen11t 1and4 .\iss
.\aie i':Iledge', w..ho taught14 the( primary14'
grde la414s t term has4 14 harge1445 of t he
5sa4m0 departmen 1104t thiis time14. \\' hope4(
to make tis thle mos(t5 su1ccessful year' 1
in the hilstory Of 0444 s(chool4, bu4t if
we dio theel( 4'w.iil hav'.e to be thlorough5
co-opera'4tion)1 among11 patrons011, ten'ehers'l'
There''l w.ill be' an1 all-daiy mee4tin41g at
P oplar I Siprings5('14 churh nex OX unda1410y,
in1 thle int1eres't of the I'> m41ilio ('am1
pa14ign4. Theil folllow in 11 hurche4('is are
expected' to( ta 44ke part l't I i lol rince-'
toll, .\t. (lhiagher' and( .\lt . OlivE'. We
('o-op4erat' 1in 1this meetin lg.
'Mr'. 11)lroad s i1h44.w('l and4 .\liiss i.:dith
11he home41( of 11he bride1('s 1parents1, .\ir.
44144 .\I4's. J1elr O')l1. TheIn Re4v. .144a-.
I'. ('olem' an44 (4li44ia4ted'. \\' (xteI 4441 (ur
Al. . A. 8ilinnon01s and(141 family wer''
I he guess of1 .\I r. a444d Mis T.4 TI~ . \\'ood
.\ '. 44444 Mris. '. I,. Abram4 14, .dM
Anie and lit11 le4 \Iliss4 s .\i'yrtle and441
J1. P. Slinanonis .Sun1day.'
-Messr's,.144ames, Nathan4i''l and4( I,4'wis
D avis sll'nl 8:aturdai4y nihl and4( 8'uni
(day3 with thir uncle14, Al'. Jas4. I"'. Da)rvis
at Wattls Mii.
.\iss Mar4y Abrams44 ' \isited114 lh1'brth
(4r, .\Ir T''. f. Abram44s, Sunday41-,
- SEAL.ED TINS ONL.Y
S AT YOUR GROCRS
OPE'lt.A 101'SI-: illit)AY.
NE.\A I i ('ION
Povol/ev of Nothr. \stralin1 Cry
"Tallxnlito h i hou i pre.1-sentialion."
.\1 lla,1urit, .\u1trahl, Oct. IN. ..
Uilizlqns of, Ohw nol-rther lerritory o,
Atistra!ia, orop t in411 ilmi as did I h4e
AnW'it an caln5 tf "txation with
o Jettelr tra g o ronenl c .
4lli e I|~i ri i44 f4 th4'44 enj unj ..
<altIh. T i* ,:!nltl n ilio
of a it 1 ntatv ',m 4 ium i4 it nd444
tlin- rightl lo voto.
Tlh- dci . ion wer I 1a h 1n !to : a
4Ndi i ns' it.-I b l al l'ortI 11 rwin.
thl# principal harb:or ()f the tis Iritory,
lt which a r-olu4tionl4 was mo1 4 1 , d14
ing lit the ystm4- 1 of adminiistr.1
;..>: ' I5 :! : (rI:-i! o 1 ( -1 :e :.Yv im ;- .
44444t no. i froved valee14, 1vsM. The, 0
tit iZ fen"- 1 n111:t41hd he ei na to. ion1; of
J d~ g' I-vin ain4 o li - e rear dc ' -1 i
r - r tf . h r1I4i4 I44y, I%. .1 I-'1in.
A :-4 m41 111: nion44 1 - requested I I' those
o(licialIs I(o 14"1 I14 h 4rrilt ory by I he
fir't st (.a 4ner inl ord r I. "to avoid a
The ('el4 s .4 1 11 orthIern te rri
14d (n : 4i il. Iln :i 1 4)oe ll n-1.
T'14- n4 -i 2 :: te rh ,ry . 4-.-ei
.-4tt4ld '4 ':4 in4 44.lrter .\ustraia
:4I 4 4 .4 ! , 'I' - i 114 : - in l
T ill- II - '' merly
1i44'! 104. 4. ' . . .144
A -u I ia , h1 -1 : ; d 1 the
Smith Al l :4: 4:1!.44 44 ' 1) Ihe
ti4n4onwv:4 .t: ..b:i ntry 1. lI l1, '141nl
hla." sine n gie n nder. an
appointiv lvriti1ol i :ldiiiist irat ionl.
I'h(. en::al rt:Ii:ons of thle territory
have a I .opical (rclimliate, bit in th44 inI
t'rior is a tal ;kil, risinig gradual
13' fr-om1 t1h at - o - a Ight of abIou-t
1,7010 f'eet. l'arts oif t hIs table4 land4
are'4 e'xcellently ada1pt44ale to grazing
and4( the white4 inhab14tants1 and44 abot
one4(-haltf (of the4 re,(00)01o-abo(4rIginal4
piopulat Ion ar44 pr'1(icipally en1ga~ged in
BOLL. WEEVIL SPRIEAD)S.
L.ine Now 1tunrs Th'Irouirhi scalhouni
Falls14, (Columinj atal( Sumriter.
(Clemnson ('olle(ge, OCt. 15.-4--Du ing
the last twvo weeks no0 b)ol1 weevil
maps 14 halve' been 1issued by thle Sout h
('ariolin 11411 (''e (st (Comm 44issioniO owing
14o the fact that1 11he line4 'would not1
have been good( aifter t wenty-four4
hours. Reque(5414Ss fori ma11ps~, I'tereforeC,
ha~ve been'i answered' by'4 1 senin lg to
those ('oresne nts1'1 ~ll hivar iouis
Po)ints in4114 thestate thr'ouigh .whlch the
weevi line passes acc'(orin ig to the
lastl te(legraph414Ici''report from thle in
Th'ei lino14 aliis time4 runs4 thr'ough
'4alhoun1 lPalls, through' po 44int abou44t
ten 44 mile(s above4 Columbia11: and(18111 (um4',
Stis line4 w'ill have, adva,'1nced' by the4
41im14 tis repor0It rea111cs the4 reade41rs.
ThI'l nit' 41ion for1 we1 ev il14 miration1
ha:vt' been'1 the4 be4st poss4ible, (14ue prin1
4iplly 14) 4 he facet 4that (nt4on stoppedJ~40
41rilng and(14- 4inc' th 144' are144s formed
Ithe' weevi l's pr4eferI'red foodl, miIgrat Ion
be4gan4 in 5enreh o(1(f s(quares4'.
5)l'lmIts for thle ship mient o(f seed~
and44 1hulls haive' be4en withh41eld over' a1
wk'(I ~le latitude in 4114 (1astern4 piart Of
tihe stat4e4. The COni)~ ssionl telars to
go as near 4 44( the 4(line asias b~een cus5
13' of thle 1(st and( the0 'necessIty of
in jg ever'y pre'Cauio to44 pr1loltect free
bly t' wev''.iIl ti year('1. It Is for th414
reason4 that4 th comm('14144ission has44 been
50 (conser vat Ive in) Issu ig ierm44Its foi'
slipments'1 to4( the mIlls 11n thle n6r'thI
er'n ar't of the state(.
The44 51(4v. C. TP. S(1uir'(s will Ipr1each4
m 1)hrr4,h I''sbyt4rian1 (Chur4:'b, (;ray,
o'clo('bt. fSa(crame4nt of theC LordI's Supl
The Story of a Trret Captain '
Promotion in the Navy comes quickly to
those who qualify for higher ratings. In
March 1899 A. P. Nilsson enlisted in the
Navy as an Apprentice Seaman, 3rd class.
In April 1907 he was rated Chief Turret
Captain. Hia pay today is $165.76 per
Ceylon, Yokohama-all the great
ports of the world-are they only
places on the map to you--or are
they ports where you've gone sail
ing in from the high seas with
every eye along the shore turned
admiringly on your big ship
your ship! Every ocean has a
United States ship sailing for
some port worth seeing.
If you've any call in you for a
full life-join, and color all your
years ahead with memories of
things worth seeing-with knowl
edge worth having-with an inex
haustible fund of sea tales and
adventures picked up ashore and
Enlist for two'years. Exceller
Four weeks holidays with pay
land sights at ports visited. 1
and first uniform outfit free. I
full information from your nei
not know whero the ncaresl
Postmaster. He knows.
U. S i
Q;, ~y IY
Fid a.y T
Niht. .. 64
Aflornt that will makc you a wel
come mnan in any company.
Work?-sure, and a man's work
it is, among men.
Play?-well,rather, with a bunch
of men who know how to play.
These comrades of yours carry
in their ears the sounds of great
world cities, of booming guns, of
swashing scas - sounds you will
share with them and that will
never die away.
And when you come home, you'll
face life ashore with level eyes
for Uncle Sam trains in soll
reliance as well as self-respect.
The Navy builds straight men
t opportunities for advancemea
each year. shot leave to sec in'
'.hn ahv.&yj hning. Good fooA
'ay berins the day you cnlist. Get
rest recruiting station. If you do
recruiting station is, ask your
!' -Join the
8 'one of the strongest
laced on our program
15 P. M. to 6:45 P. M.
P. M. to 11:15 P. M.