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TRAXLER WILL OPPOSE
NICKOLLS IN RACE
1Well Kntowntenille(k-e it 311an Annuonne
es Candidney ior tihe National House.
Oplioseil ('anitdiacdy of Nichols Iin
Gren ville, .\lay la.--Iavi I. T ax
let; of (Greenville, yesterday an
notieied thalt he wouhi he in the race
for congiress froi this distrit this
suninrl against liepre~;ntative San
uel J. Nicholls, the inenumbent. AN
1hough Mr. Traxler's statemitent was
Issued froni \Vashington, he told a
numlhet of rietnis tecently that he had
Imade up his nindl to toss his hat into
Alr. Traxler opposed Nilr. Nicholls
in 1916. lie was formerly postnias
ter at Greenville and is now state
executive cotnnittecman of the Dei
ocratic party, having been eleceted to
that position by the colvlion which
met last Monday. lie is one of the
most pottilar young inen in l1ities,
having taken a very active part for
lls statenient is as follows:
."After considering lite inatter for
solUe time, I have <decidedl to enter
the race for congress in tle Fourth
South Carolina disttrict and want my
friends to laiow that 1. 111 in to the:
finish. .y platform will tie Atierica
1lrst. last and always. 1 do not. want
the vote of a 5in!le Ger(man syipa
thi/ t ii n at hentien i teo a11ll by ihO
Unitei Stts ohtisenm Int and and
i iiraltionl sill.ce, tha italimore con
vention. I have bsen c iling for th
princiles Is advoeatedl My our proei
dent an( at the St. tmiconvenion
I1 w orlie for hi I-is r tntImination and
this loyal support has rud frienr
for Ine ih Wadington woimit I appre
ciate. .\y camlpai~gn will be conditet-I
ed oid a ii h plano and na(tonal is
sues wil! be disclussedl. No nuItid-sling
Ing will he tolerated. \My purpose in
entering this race is to give the p00
pl, of the Fouirth district anl oppor
tunity to hevar discussul fromi every
an1gle thev adiliinistration's attituldve
-regardling the conluet (f thev war:
also to give tlt, voters the ciance
to sulipport a iait\l whose loyalty to
frienls anl country cannot he iles
tioncil. .\t an "arly Ilat( I :hall an
n1ounce I nv 1ll p!ar fo mI ;1i 1 i will
he ono ipatn wixNch a1 loy: l An Ii
cans enn gni z.ihout :< aV W
No !' . ta : r wi e ;l bI-:1r 40n1 :
says .o iry : i f 1 ! l\ n't r lk vt .
stin:' i n |1 ': ' ll M
Aee : I i 1 1Iy I i I
S C I
plt yo i t. :W4 br : .-n nI o i n t
you b.. In k
onle is a Ia rn \ir ('. al
aret iniall a 1!nd asy to swalhI w.
"An Integral PR
Defense in War
PllESil)lNT' \Il.SON SAYS:
litf i iinte and under ili st;
litoc racy's Icaing a115
hati e ('haitilatnlila i. dI
I halve 14re! coni le
1,l( waill to do tigiht umn
(If Ithe ia(t..
'There is, til ;la
ge't it arc a~ ailintg themilsi
SE(l I'AHlV 61.' W1A t hI.\liI S.
"I an11 conistanttly fa<
wvorh done by I he Chaurai
(if Ithe governtmentI I ntit
of thle lec(tur te plat11form a:
liiansion bu4114t also anIC th rt
ReadtheWeek's Festal I
Then Buy Your Sea:
profuse, the Confederate and Ameri
can flags being used. The Opera
House was filled with interested spec
tators and the whole made a scene
long to be remembered.
The first ialf of the ev'ning was
devoted to such dances as conld be
'ni.ioyed by the Veteranms, the ball op
ening with the grand march and to
the inspiring stralis of t he music
tile old men stepped out lively with
Ithe'ir pretty sponsors, enjoying he
pleasures of long ago. The Virginia
reel, square dances and marelies
were danced, the younig ladies vioing
with each other in giving the veterans
a eoo(d time. Could the North have
taken a look ahead and seen these
men marching with so much vim and
vigor after fifty years, the government
woild have capitulated and peace been
made at once.
After the square dances the vet
erans joined the crowd in the audi
eice and enjoyed seeing the bright
and pretty girls and handsome men
wallz and trip the "steps" now so
miuch in vogue. The contrast be
tween the (old and iew was mtios)t ini
''lie music for the occasion was
fu rnished by a IIffeeni piece hand
from ('amp Sevier and the success
of thC occasion was due to the eli
cient mana gement of Chairman 1Barn
wil :md hi.; very excellent committee.
Rtheu mati smi.
Who wvill you suffer froibc i hIs most
dr i.n-lul di-ease when I lieumo h:as
pro ll the Greatest Ileliely for tlf
1 . lif :u its w l:1erful (1r t$. TiO
1148u C. Irsip on si8 ho hl V i n .()? er
hon. lave it ready w.- qn You fee
tha!1 !rtShooli ;g paili felineum11o Is,
a icu fici len ae inil lie restora
in and coniset -a i of your' health.
D)emand thle boll with big "I". Price
Iu.0. For snle by lairenis )rug Co..
I.:iuroelns: City Phliariacy. Vli)ton;
Plailding tlOri.g (o., "ounw aini Inn;
ray Colrt i)rug Co., Gray Court: or
wri. t'UhIiil au-Alexadi(er lahora
toriesC, Gre vle .C.
The QuInine That Does Not Affect the Head
Iecnuse of its tonic and laxative effect. LAXA
TIVI' n1RO)MO QUININE is better than ordinary
(uinine itid does not cause nervousress nor
rinzii it head. Remenber the ful an ine and
look for t-ie signature of L-. W. GROVE. 30c.
come by bu3
andc nainsook. Somn
Muslin Corset Cos
lin, lace and embroid
50c and $1.00 each,
The E-Z Union S
summer weight, kne<
E-Z Knit Waists f<
to 11I years. Price:
Boys' Blouses, whi
sizes 7 to 1 2 years.
For Boys and Girls,
black and white,
15c, 25c, 35'cand
50c the pair.
STATE HAS PASSED
Seven Other iainks Yet to C:
Columbia, Alay 9.-South Car
sib'scri pt ionts to the third liiberty
yst erday passed $20,000,000. 42.
lanks relmined to make complete
'orts at 7 o'clock last night, the figures
tabulated then being $20,01.1,000. The
Slate's apporilonment was $1-.1,125,000.
The seven banks to report a re:
I'nterprise of llaiberg; National Ex.
change, Chester; Citizens Blanic
Mayesville: 'Farmers' and 3Merchants
Alonek's Corner; lank of Norris, Nor
ris; tHank of Ruby and it. Croghan
at. Huby; St. Matthews National.
The largest subscription reported
from Columbia was- by B. V. Robert
son, State chairman. Mr. Robertson
look $30,000 worth of bonds and also
subseribed $500 to the apportionment
or Kennebunkport, Maine, where he
has a summer home.
YOU CAN'T FIND ANY
DANDRUFF, AND HAIR
STOPS COMING OUT
Sale your 1a0ir! .ilake It thick, n1lavy,
11h1y and111beau it'ua once.
Try.. as y-ou will, after an appliention
o) utu rI-e, ytou can not id a sim
i ace of <hindrtff or falling ihair
zinld -ou, secalyp will nlot itch, but whait
\% ies you Ilost will be after a
I - V\I'S' tIse. when you see tewI hair,
t ail i doiwny at i rs yes- bu1 re I
Ite hvair rowi all ove - 1e
til e t : I1 r i inu(I evy dol..
b the beaw-111 o r it-. No dI!(
\r htl ow tuilt. 1'. d, brittle and
y .Ins I I a cloth with
allanierine - Id v'fully draw iI
through1 yml -I r, taking one small
stra'd at a i Tle effect is imme
diate, and a1 i zing-your hiair will be
light1. thiff~y anld wavy, and have anl
alppearance of abundance; an incom
parable lustre, softn1ss and i XlIIi
anlce, the beautty and shiimnmer of Irue
Get a small bottle of Knowlton's
)aidelini from aly drug store or
toilet counter, and prove that your
1101 i as Iplrtty anld soft s as any-that
it has iieen iieglected or inittred by
c:lneleszs tt-eatment.1 . A stinall trial bol
i' \vill doile the beauty of your hair,
aow for the hot
ring liberally thi
~ns, Union Suite
boys and girls4
??owns, madec of mnualin
e are lace trimmed and
Price $1.00, $1. 0 and
rers, made of g d mu
cry trimmed. ice c,
uits for boys and girls;
length. Price 75c the
>r boys and girls; sizes 2
te and colored, tub proof;
Price each 75c.
"A GOOD PL.A
S. . CONFEDElRATI- VET'llANS
iii lnlieuion at Abbeville Last
Week (reatly E'njoyed bly tihe Old
Ahheville, .\lay S.--Following the
'one::rt ol tile One 1luni1lredl ad(
F Pth Iii Intfantry Bal the busi
5s iiuating of the Smuth Carolina
liivisio.), tiniteil ('o l erc:at Voter
ins. openetli inl ih, opera llousle this
nornin , wi'lth player t ihe lIev. (.
X. Swole. The roll was call
<t anul hi capips iepotvi tl dlegates
aieseit. .\1. M. Buforl of Newberry
iffered a resolution bringing uip the
'illinaim resolu (ion, which refers to
he refunling of the wa' tax impos
nl on the people of the South. Just
thout the close of the sess;ion, W. A.
-lark of Columbia, offered a resolution
ndorsing the Wilson amliniistration
Indl( the .secretary was instructed to
iend a copy to lPresident \Vilson, to
he secretary of war and to the see
retary of the navy.
Resolutions were passed coneleinn
ng the terribl crlielles of the Ger
nans oi the civil population in ca")
The M.\1< ilurin volinnlit;o, onl pon..
iOns wats continuedl. Tho pension
hoai was reelected ani consists oif
arl toin W. Sawyvr. oninptrAller
a eral; I apt. I. U. -'l..nn10aii. a r.
W . .\l. \\eston, ('ol. \\. 1i. I i ~
1nd ' ol. 1i. .i. l i . h t n. .i- it -.
ITa eIi <lt ev' Pa 1ii r com
11t 1''1. ' aan 1 iivi ioll l ai wi. s (Ai --a
114,1oramry c, 11llulanidt y r |!;'-. (4,11.
A. Ci ('ak 1 a olmolnii as un.a -
no -ll. ( -It' u n I itor tal to sIc
edV~ a ilai e t ..; commnio r b (11,
ho (ltivi'lAn. I(. ., tilt 1 I.yoi ias
!o0('iliait 111 the 'irti lr4ii::;ite
;sua* k-41NTl ( -1n ral C'lark. (;(In. C. .
Rnoid wa: roelecm di conntandUlr ot timl
.\fter votinig the foilhm\ina" resol
lim is of lhanks it the p,-oe v of
Ahheville thle <(Vvision adiljunedl:
"L solve. That lit thank" of lthe
So a an-olina (iv is:an o a !'onfedor
:W. v tI erans he and art, li-rF-5.V roti111
P(I to ti1' C'hanther-I ol' ('lil ,I .rco andl
eil t s lloai l y an( th iMa ! -.
i a t a'' lit a )|
at' I lan I
)t * -t
tuhtu a a
'Ir t'o ationa
hatl .< irl en i :u
1' i in e itjv lat'. T
oi as 10 loi b 1 --a
r iti.. tin ' a
ee ti a li Idna
hi of Nalet'ional] a.at.e
aitti t'nitl upt ll !'a e ( hi' ' ii fit
aleedai~ il lr tio l i ' ' all at
tlte o. Ita . no~ n a a . t
has in thails coutry.a~aj inti
itt naional1.i'a enepintst which thte
.lyfbrnit lthe i aten-taato
you to n thanitai las I an 'alicer~
lyll) . jna app i t 'she ialuportta n
ti incanus of coniinnionalion andl~
'at apI he wiork wichl you ad
.4 asa controi bu i iit ionlI l ur Nu.
- cannott Eloa It toaday.
3rogram that is Comning
son Ticket at $2.50
lere May 18 to 25.
In Ye Olde Dayes
Folkes new Goode Coffee
EN g owe of long ago gathered about
d e fe coard for a snack and a smack, they
an t offee be ye very best In ye land.
the kind you get today when you drink
zianne. just try It. If It doesn't taste better than
any other co lee, you've got a real "kick"coming to you,
and your grocer will refund every penny you paid for it.
corME Get in line with the thousands of good people who
4 .drink Luti anne regularly. Buy some today, in the
69W PARS.Uair-tight, sanitary can.
O W E N BROS. MARBLE
& GRANITE CO.
ealers In everything for the ceme
The largest and best equipped mon
timental mills in the Carolinas.
GREENWOOD, - - S. C.
RALEIGH, - - - N. C.
the Entire Family
sumier days which are to
s week at this store. Corset
;, Gauze Vests, E-Z Under
LADIFS' UNION SUITS
Ladies' K1 t('Union Suits, made with cuff or
shell knee- 1 sizes; 75c and $1.00 the suit.
LADIES' GAUZE VESTS
Ladies' regular size gauze vests, tape neck;
15c, 25c and 35c each.
Ladies' extra size Swiss ribbed gauze vests;
neck silk taped. Price 25c and 35c.
Cambric Ferris Waists for boys and girls;
sizes 2 to 1 2 years. Price 35c each.
Boys' Athletic Cambric Waists; sizes from
4 to 10 years. Price 35c each.
BOYS' WASH SUITS
Boys' white and colored Tub Suits; sizes 3
to 6 years. Price $1.50, $2.50 and $3.50.
~A*Wll O Black, White, Grey,
NS, s. C. Pink and Blue,
50c, $1.00 and
CE TO TRADE" $.50 th par