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Cleanse The Blood
Rheumatism Due to Bad Blood. S. S. S. Your Remedy
Tiomands have been made well. People in the poorest health, suffer
ing froi lheumatism, with whom paIn was constant. Who believed that
their vitality was sapped beyond repair. It was proven to then that the
canuse of their (rouble was te blood; that Uric Acid, the most faithful ally
of lheitum- i latim, 1121d gripped them. The poison in the blood had sapped its
streigti. 'I'le weakened blood had alloyed poison and impurities to accu
11111tlate. and all inergy was gone. rThfi, ( fet "poorly," were listless, pain
was ever present, withi poor digestion alfl dyspepsia. They tried S. S. S.,
nltiure's blood tonie. They gave iup/drugs. This eompound of nature's
rent idio.. o' rools and her lits l isd at (irugs "ralled to (10. It literally
wa Ihed h uloodl fr om from poisonid itld wilth the flow of pure blood came
back healh, sirength, v igor n l lippiness. 4et S. S. S. from your drug
gist. Insist. uponm S. S. S. If youirs is a long standing case, write for
special ai vie to S. S. S. Co., Atlanta, Ga., but begiu taking S. S. S.
Some Quick Sellers
We mention here a few of the
many items that were recognized
by expert buyers during the past
week and purchased freely.
Yard wide Pongee Plaid Silk in choice col
Perspiration proof Chiffon Taffetas.
36 inch plain Wash Silk, colors white,
green, light blue and navy per yd. 25c
The range of Silk Finish Poplin running
from 15c to 25c per yard.
Just opened a yard wide Velvet Corduroy
in pure white at 50c.
With a full line of Silk Velvets all stand
W. G. WILSON & C04
F LEETS Chap Stick for
chapped hands and
lips--a remedy that has
proven its worth for many
Powe Drug Comnpany
DON'T YOU NEED
A NEW A
"ACCURACY'IS THlE FIRST QUALITY THE WATCHES
AND CLOCKS WE IIANDLE MUST POSSESS. "PUNCTUAL
iTV'' IS THlE ONE BEST LESSON TO TEACH YOUR? CHlL
DREN. 0(UR ACCURATE TIMEPIECES WILL GET THEM TO
SCHOOL ON TIME. GIVE YOUR? LITTLE BOY OR G;IRL A
NEW WA TCHI. NO PRFSE NT' LAN PLE~ASE THEM SO) MUCH.
D)ON'T YOU RE!MIME! 10W IPROUD) YOU WERE 01F YOUR
I IRST WVA TCII'. WI H A VI MA NY MODELLS WIiCH, TIIOUGH
SOLD~ FOR ITL MriI.ONE Y, WILL KEEP TIlE RIGIHT TIME.
JONES iNEWS. *
Jones, Oct. 25.-Mr. Vester Jones
of Washington, 1). C., Is visiting rela
tives and friepnds here.
We recently met our warm friend,
.ir. l3en Arnold of Princeton.
less's W. ii. lill, Mac Morrison
and John Cochran made large crops
.\Miss Belle jlones opened her school
in I)arlingtion on the ISth inst.
lr. and 3Mrs. Wilmot Smith attend
ed ih( 1,aurnis Fair.
ihorni oil the I0th inst., to Mir. and
Mis. .Joh n ('olihr'an a soi.
All who attended thle Piedmiont Fair
at Green wood relored a pleasant
time, not withstandIing the inclemency
of the Weather.
Itev. F. I,. iralliblett of McCormick,
formerly of hiiS place, was up1) last
week, looking after his rents.
We were very sorry to hear of the
death of i)r. Ialley of Coronaca and
tenderly Sympathize with the bereaved
Frank and Walter Morrison attend
ed the Belton Fair.
Rev. Guy Martin of Cross 1ill
preached at Mt. Gallagher yesterday.
Mrs. G. L. Graham attended the
teachers conference in Greenwood.
Mr. Andrew Allen of Chappells,
formerly of this place, recently pass
ed away and was laid to rest at Tur
key Creek. Rev. Duckworth conduct
ed the funeral services. All of our
people sympathize with the bereaved
Our11 School opened ilis morning
with .Mrs. Q. ,. Graham as teacher.
We cordially Iivite all of our friends
to send in their children.
Rev'. Copelaid of ire werton illed
his appoitilentil here yesterday and
gaie us an xeeliln sermion.
C'01,11 DO NOT 1.E A VE WI LNGLl'.
Iiclhilse a cold is Stubborn is no
reisonI why you ,loliuhi be. I listead
of "wearing" il ollt get Sure relietf
by taking i)r. King's New Discovery.
al)ngerous brol(hial and lung ail
IlIils oftII follow a cold which has
beenl neglected at Ilw beginning. As
your body failhfully hattles those (old
germs, no better aid (a-in he givei thau
the use of this remnedy. Its merit has
beetn esteld by old aild young. Get a
hottle toiily. 50' and $1.00.
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1101.1, GRlVE' NEWS.
S *e****5 *** * eeoeaee
Hlolly G:rove-, 0t. 75---.\rs. .1lmes
Comptoln, Ine Pearl Moore, formerly
of Liresi, now of Rtaleigh. N. C., is
visitilig reltives anid friilds in this
vicinit..\l Mrs. om ipto n is a'Iharm
ill!- youn woma an we art delight
'd ti havo her wii us lilHer husiband
is n th l ot 'ite14d staes
W431h l i'. (a i. I CI 11 Il h WI 'r
Or.. .\ice lry Com(1 plonl , ia form r
r.hh-nI( asd slolly C;; ov s3'I e, ndow
of (treenwood. Vis4ited relative; anid
friel(ti here I:: we i'ik.
1ure o atdnt Nn the ek-endi
w t hers 1)' 1 i t e lr. iin'''ai-I fe
is\lrs. h Claeced .\Ore has) been qulitel'
.\01r1 aln. hemplet, who wasl ve
s a i ick lphidl of cetr.11 (011i os
Its ptaii sosenucesflillell 1 thennt
nlow~t a tning thle c ityg scl.Ouhu
t.\ al PiNE Wl'0. I' NG'1l~lail 0'01
ii lotherI,('O r.gh lell d 's Pi a-ion'(IIIIi . e y
fried.A ailments.'Th fa gsowhat cin
is1 aI oii'.eeyo oh odtos
Uii'ds qualilri len the mucous'a in ther
tel arPassaTees. OTh. 1.mbination of
thoey soohntligl and ers, wth and
weotefin' thine'lty mak pectio n
aieat anyg rnemeyt fom ahilross tnh
fredsloA Vaily hofi Unoied chtt
troop canh afr o b witousit
sere at bthle.fr niicesdpo
vot uardirentroediag teeicnr
sectionso Tex aso t l---h .0
lnpadiStates troi' sxtatties aveor
beens wrepreo ditiued Mesah aboele
cty, coterninl bordie, ato whid
agint lay bemusen thino acros the
AM sonlr Edetac.9het to held as.r"
ervee ats te. 0.r an 'in ewrensnpr
ton, ard is ptling3 theeploxisa
beeniI' reate on g thfoe Iearnboed the
c'ity,,5'l10 femard hig duaezs o which
keen ay btte ofu(hd win flye min-Cug
1iiiEtd.It N ay gaveJ(" TOW hR('P.e
11on,' Pa Iobm in mnysleepls
"M. . 3POWAN"
South Carolinian, Head of Big Bureau
Shows Why lie Succeeds.
Washington, Oct. 30.-Admiral
Samuel McGowan, United States navy,
as "Sail McGowan," as lie is familiar
ly knowni aniong his friends and home
people, today started something brand
new in official circles here. Tiring of
being addressed by all kind of mean
ingiess titles, he Issued a statement
re(iuesting that hceafter lie be ad
dressed as plain " N." McGowan.
"Mr." AlcGowvan's order, which is
most unusual for a m1lan with such
rank as he has attained, is as foilows:
"'o All Officers and Clilefs of Sec
tions, via As.sistanit to the flurcalu
and Civilian Assistant:
"1. Duing tle course of tle last of
ficial weekly inspection Of the i)ureau
of supplies and accounts I was va
riously addiressed as 'Admiral,' '(ol
eral,' 'Paymaster' and 'Chief.'
"2. Wherefore I should be much
gratiied if there might from, this time
forward be uniform observance of the
following notice issued to (and initia
ted by) all officers and others shortly
after I came here in July, 1914:
"'As 'Paymaster General' is a long
and somewhat cumbersome term by
which- to address anybody orally, I
shall particularly appreciate it if you
will please call ie "Mr. McGowan.'"
The last issue of The Army and
Navy Journal contains the following
editorial on Nlr. McGowan's work:
"Wide and helpful pu blicity has
been given to the successful business
administrat ion of Paymaster General
AleGowan of the navy. It is an ex
Cellent thing to have civilian commer
cial interests seeking to copy tle bus
inless laetliods of our ofilcers. Appro
Pilations will be maide all thb more
readily when it is recognized that
ability as well as honesty is displayed
in hi1gh adin in stratlve posts. llappily
tle coulntry has always belen able to
('0onsider lioniesty a distinguishing hall
ar1k amthong tile otlicers or. 0111' naval
and ilniitary services, ht many clvil
ians Iave thought. of lie buireau chiefs
as ralther iin oceit old gentlemnlii or
incarnate bundles of red I tapie. The
pubic likes tile ty'e of paymaster
general Vh1o says: "Make it a bur'eau
witi a small b aid a navy with a big
N' Also: 'Reiember that the stor'es
exist for the fleet, and not the fleet
for the stores.'"-The State.
SlFFEElt FItMI INDIGE'STION
"lefore taking Chamberlainl's 'lab
lets my lusband sutffeired for leveral
year's froi indigestion, aenusing him to
hav' e paills inl the stomtiacl and dis
tress after eating. ('ha Ib lai's
'I aIleis relieved lim 01 th1e.;e sIells
righi Waay," writes . \as. 'Thaoimias
tase3*, Genaev1a, N. V. Obtainable ev
Miss Greg.r3 Compliminted.
Wednaesday afternoon Al as. .1. .\l.
AartkIey \was hostess at. a bealiifil
Ica, giveli inl lionor of .liss Eslelle
(regory3, anl attrative bride-elect of
th Ii as~it week.
('arads werec received at the' door) lby
little .\lisses It all ic A .\leu antd
.\laratha .\leudlock, wilie Al as. IDu l'oant
Gu;aerry3 andalrs. Ellrod .\leCuen
shaowed thie guests into the diawving
room, whlichl was beatifulily decorat
edl w ith pinak dalIias anad fer'ns.
'Thle hostess, gutest of hoinor anid
Alris. 11. C. Walker' received In thec
room. M'Aiss (Gregoary w~as beautifully3
gownedI ini a creation of peach bios
som mnateriat with ti'mnmings of sil
ver lace, and wvearing silver slipperis.
Alt's. Ii. C. W~alker' wvoir pinuk cr'epe,
wIth gold timmaainigs, wvhie the hios
tess was miost alttractive ini a gowna
of green chiffoin over' yellow withI gold
F'romi the dria wintg irooim, Alts.
lFran k League and .\lris. Sami Itay, of
(Colum ibia, u shered te gtuesIs into thei
dinintg roomi, which was bueautiful ini
th(le t'ich, warmta color semiae of teal, a
praaofutslin of red'( sal via be ig u sed.
.\lris. Davis and .\lras. Guya lFosteri
ItouIred Iteat, wilie .\liss Ituby .\lark'leIy
of Atlnta, and1( the .\lisses I loward
In Itle large living r'ooml, thea yel
low miotif was beautilfully' shiowna by
quanatitieos of miarigoldI anid yellow
Froni an attractive booth in this
room11, M1rs. Joseph James ando .\irs.
Lu1cian Earle served launch.
Over onae hundred ladies called dur
inig the afternoon.-iteenville Daily
BERLIN INVESTJ0.'TES F.1.
No Ofticer in Geranuy .Army by 'That
Berlin, viai London, October 31.--A
special investigation by' the Germani
miilitary authorities concerning Robert
Fay', under arrest in New York
eltariged with conspiracy in coninectiona
with, an alleged plot to blow ull Shiips
('arryihng suies)10 for thec Enteont al
lies, amid who has declared thIat hle wvas
a lIucatenant in the e(;rmnan aramy, wvas
followed by a statemient fromt thle au
thloa'ities t oday Ithat therome Is not1 now
anmd never' hias beeni atn ofleer cal led
IFav in Ihao Uerana A tino
Quiet Clutch-Runs in Oil
The clutch of the new Maxwell operates in a
bath of oil. This makes it remarkably smooth
and velvety in engagement, and eliminates 80
per cent. of noise when the gears are shifted.
Designers of the highest-priced cars agree
that the clutch should run in oil.
The Maxwell clutch and transmission meqh
anism is fully enclosed.
We are waiting to take you for a
test ride in the car that has broken
all low "First-Cost" records, and is
breaking all low "After-Cost" records.
DemounziNe iw E etndLight
kein Vision wiidclzi/d JIp11,df U
LAURENS MOT CAR COMPANY
The greatest thing
It% moeir feeding
dXn h Is NMO!ASSEN. It cot#' CALAP0,11
down the f ill a d builds p the stock.
It~n~r. Ard TT n A 0V O
~'U~'HORSE AND MULE MOLASSES FEED '~
It's somtething the I-->rses and mules like-giv es them an
Sappetite-starts the saliva running and aids digestion.
SFar superior to ant all grain feed. Give your horses and
///mules a treat, and at the same time save money.
~jOur RED SHIRT (first grade) Horse and Mule Molasses Feed
contains Corn, Oats, Ground Alfalfa, made appetizing with salt
and p)ure cane monus saaalyz'Ces 57%
PIEDMONT HORSE & MULB MOLASSES FEED 8:e&nd,re - ^,"alyePo
12%; Carbohydrates 55%.
WAMP FOX HORSE & MUL.E MOLASSES FEED (3dGrade),Tbhi~n,"aehid Patens
SPERFECTION HORSE & MULE FEED (DyMmxeda.,;,"enuaturn~ndymzd n
ProtIn an2% ra 3u/ Fibre 1aa l2%; Carbohydrates 57%. This Is composed of straight
~RED SHIRT AIRY FEED
Skeepsirthem rn goe ao drti n ch t e no o., entricu the tunlit of e ih c
strau Alfalf, Pure fan Mtol o a nd dilt Alyzes: Proteln 15' a %
SFIbre 12%; Carbohydrates 60A.J
Plf.DMONT DAradY-FnalyzeA:Protelin 12%: Fat 2%% Fibreo'
R ED SHIRT HOC FEED rs;"" o D,:sl a;,- Grud nr Re
SWe manufacture clso) REDl SIR~T Scratcht Feed a :d RlI D IIRT Unby Chick Feed.
"SEVYEN EGGS A WEEK"HIEN MASH Cope of crud Con r ui
i'roteta of% ac ta, .1 ; Fte i, 1 ruhdtisi eed. Mteal. Antalysi:~
Asshowna on the baea in our ed.neatrly allo our fredl ls made from Carolina
produ cts. e-en to ithe ~I t ai iv in '. Y,. tre, tl ei fore. in the mnarket .
We also carry a fl stork of GRAIN, IIAY
ot sce ici c prl eile cato furnlah thle
greatest nourlsi o r aythe lowest
cut your feed bIlls down. WrIte
us for prices, etc ,
Molony & Carter Co.
CH ARLESTON, S. C.
Will 4ef November 18, 1915 at my home,
Gaines, S. .L, 10 miles south of Greenwood, Fifty
four head Registered Golden Lad Jerseys, also one
No. 17 DeLaval cream separator. Auctioneer,
Col. D. L. Perry, Columbus, Ohio.
Catalogues mailed upon application.
T. P. Hendr1.m, (Owner