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Hr? Raglaad Writes Interesting
Letter OB Tait Subject
Madison Heights, Va.-Mr. Chas. A.
Ragtaad, of this place, writes: "I have
been taking Tnedford's Black-Draught
for Indigestion, and other stomach troub
les, also colds, and find lt to be the very
best medicine I have ever used.
After taking Black-Draught for a few
days, I always feel like a new man."
Nervousness, nausea, heartburn, pain
bi pit of stomach, and a feeling of full
ness after eating, ara sure symptoms of
stomach trouble, and should be given the
./roper treatment, as your strength and
health-depend very largely upon your
food tad ita digestion.
To get' quick and .rmanent relief
?rom these ailments, you should take
t medicine of known curative merit.
Its 75 years of splendid success, in the
treatment of Just such troubles, proves
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?nd without bad after-effects, it is sure
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Uso si little extra money to
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Havan*! yon something to sell?
Do you own something you no
Songer tue, but which ff offered
at a bargain price would ap
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Loads to tho houso of !
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when deposited In the
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tl so, here's the place tb get your
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-Lagring Mash, Scratch Peed, Short
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ile "Biddy" chicks, Meat Scraps, and
wheat Shorts, etc.. etc
J. M. McCowfl
Phone 22 East Whitner Street j
tew Mrs. Barred Got BM ?f Her
suffered with stuwach trouble |
ri and tried everything
_ of, but the only relief I got |
temporary until last spring 1 aaw
rlaln'a Tablets advertised and
red a bottle of them at our drug
Vi. koi immediate relief from
_ Iful .heaviness After eating
' ?ita fri the stomach." write?
Herrod. Port Wayne, Ind.
BUT TWO CASES ON THE
DOCKET YET TO BE
A RESUME OF
Twenty-Two Cases Disposed of
to Date-Seventeen Con
Court of sessions resumed trial
yesterday in tho Son Cambrel! casi'.
Argument? and the judge's charge
were heard, after which the matter
went to tho Jury, who remained out
for quite a while. They finally re
turned with tx verdict of not guilty.
The plea in tliis caso was an alibi.
Gumbrell, lt shown by 16 or moro wit
nesses, was in Helton nt the time of
the. p.ssault un Dr. K. H. Parks.
lue next case taken up was that
of J. lien Mitchell, charged with vio
lation of tho dispensary law. ile
pleaded gullly and was sentenced to
six months imprisonment and to puy
a fine of $500. ThlB sentence was sus
pended on the payment of $25 of the
J. H. Howden, charged with malic
ious injury to trees, wa? found guilty.
This caso was a very peculiar one.
Mr. Howden having ?rut the trees off
a certain plot of lund, thinking nt thc
time that the land wns his own, or i
that he had a perfect right to cut the |
trees if he so desired. He wus found
guilty, but upon motion of his at
torneys he has not yet been sentenc
Jake Scott, charged with house
breaking and larceny, was found guil
ty on the second count of tho indict
ment. Scott was charged with hav
ing stolen two shoulders of meat
from Henry McGowan and having
sold them to a local butcher. Thc
case seems to be complicated and the
appeal for a new trial was heard and
Luther Lawson pleaded guilty of
disturbing religious worship and was
sentenced to 30 days imprisonment.
Frank Burner was tried on charges
of assault and battery with Intent to
kill. He was found guilty of assault
and battery of a high and aggravat
ed nature, but was recommended to
the mercy of the court. The attorney
for the defense was not in the court
room at the close of the session and
thia man waa not sentenced.
Ho 8*rond Week Court.
On account of the rapid disposition
of cases lt has been decided not to
hold the second week of court. At
present there arc but two more ca.ics
to bc tried, those of Curran Mcxandcr
and Marlon Webb. Both of these cases
will be tried today. Judgo Scaso an
nounced on Friday afternoon that tho
second week jury need not report.
Tho cases have been disposed of far
moro rapidly than lt was supposed
they would be.
TKO Cases Today.
The Alexander murder case ls to
come before tho court today. Thlr lu
n very serious case and is tho Licet
Intorcsting of the entire docket. An
other minor case will bc tried after
this ono is finished.
Kcsunic nf Session.
While the court has not had a very
long session this term, it has been
a busy ono. The work of tho court
has been as follows:
Robert Ho" le, assault and battery
with Intent to kill, guilty to assault
and battery of high and aggravated ,
nature. Sentenced 3 years.
Grady Kvans, housebreaking and
larceny, pleaded guilty, sentenced 1
Remus Harris and Ester Morriss,
burglary, pleaded guilty, sentenced
flvo years oach.
Flanders Sanders, larceny, pleaded
guilty, sentenced 15 months.
Nannie Williams, larceny, pleaded
guilty, 1 year.
Leo Robertson, murder, pleaded
guilty to manslaughter, 7 years.
(Sam Blackwell, murder, ' guilty of
manslaughter, new trial asked, re
fused, 12 years.
Curtis Armstrong, murder, direct
ed verdict of not guilty.
Cooley Groves, assault and battery
with intent to kill, pleaded guilty, IS
months. Case reconsidered, 5 years.
Floyd Ellison, violation of dispen
sary laws, guilty, not yet sentenced.
Clyde Devlin, aasault and battery
with intent to kill, mistrial.
Alhur Brownlee, Walker Latlmer.
Lawson, pleaded guilty of disturbing
religious worship, 60 days for first
two. 30 daya for last.
J. B. Mitchell, violation of dispen
sary laws, pleaded guilty. $500 of 3
months. Upon payment of $25 sen
tence ls suspended.
Mat Henderson, housebreaking and
larceny, not guilty.
Fink Sanders, larc ^iy, guilty, . 2
years alz month.
J. G. Bowden, malicious m Jury to
trees, guilty, new trial.
Cornelius Gambrell. aasault and
battery with intent to kill, not guilty.
H. C. S tan sei. Im Stanscl and Will
Franklin, violation ot dispensary law,
pleaded guilty, $100 or three month
John Scott, obtaining goods un
der false pretenses, not guilty.
Jake Scott, housebreaking and lar
ceny; guilty, new trial.
George Cal I sham, aasault. and bat
tery with intept to kill, 8 months, or
This makes a total of 22 cases with
17 convictions. In one case there
was a 4ireeted verdict of not guilty.
There were acqulttg-ls and a mistrial.
The two cases tor today will con
clude thia session ot cou rt la . Ander
[ DEATHS j
Mr. Donni,. Mcl'hall.
Mr. Donni.- Mcphail, a highly os
Iopined ?mil substantial fanner of the
Hopewell section, died thi? morning
ai 12:30 u'clock. Thc funeral ser
vices will be held tfil? afternoon at
3:30 o'clock and Interment will be
at Hopewell church.
Mr. Mcl'hall ls survived by his
widow and three children, urn- ?on
and two daughter*, ile was about 02
years of agc.
Mr. Henry M. Tale.
Newe WAH received here yesterday
of the death of Mr. Henry M. Tate
Thursday night in a Richmond hos
pital. Thc remains will arrive herc
this morning at 9:10 o'clock. The
funeral and Interment will l)o at old
Vari tines church this morning at ll
Mr. Tate conducted a large mercan
tile and farm business two or three
miles east of Starr, and was a well
known and respected citizen of the
county. He was nhout 00 years of agc,
and is survived by lils widow, who
wai Miss Anne Mcl'hall, and one
adopted daughter. Miss Elizabeth
Tate. He is also survived by two
brothers. Mr. John Tate of Martin
township and Mr. Perry Tate of
Oconee county. Mr. John T. Tate,
merchant of this city was his
Mis. Marj Walters.
Mr?. Mary Walters, wife of Mr. W.
L. Walters, died Thursday night at
10 o'clock after a ten days' illness.
Tho funeral services were held yes
terday afternoon at 4 o'clock at New
MTH. Walters was 55 years of agc.
She ls survived by her husband.
Miss Annie Ellison.
Miss Annie Kllison died at her resi
dence on Tolly street Thursday night
at 8:30 o'clock, after an illness of but
a few weeks. The remains will be
taken to Cheddar this morning on the
10 o'clock interurban train for in
terment at thc church there.
Miss Ellison was tho daughter of
Mr. Miles Ellison. She came to An
derson four years ago, and was em
ployed as saleslady at the Bee Hive.
She lived with her four brothers,
two of whom are employed by the
Traction company and two of whom
are attending tho public schools.
Miss Ellson was about 35 year?
of age and had a great many friends
here who aro distressed on account
of her death. She had many lovable
traits, was a true and earnest Chris
tian and a woman, much beloved by
her lntlmato associates.
BY ENTIRE WORLD
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tended to impress upon Germany
that there should bo no misapprehen
sion at Horlin of tho firm purpoBo of
tho United States to safeguard its
rights by any means necessary.
The. final sentence BayB tho "im
perial government will not expect tho
government of the Putted Stairs to
omit any word, or any act necessary
to tho performance of tts sacred duty
of maintaining the rights of the
United States and its citizens and of
safeguarding their free exercises and
White houso officials today adopt
ed a policy of silence. It waa felt
that any discussion of tho situation
at this time would bo UBCIOBB and
Inopportune, Inasmuch as the ques
tion Is now before the Germany gov*
The pVesidont will leave late to
day on the yacht Mayflower for New
York to review tho Atlantic fleet
there next week. During which he
will he kept in touch with every de
Anxiety In Sew Hork.
New York. May 14.-Thousands
nt persons gather beforo down
today outside thc newspaper oltlcos
walting for editions containing tho
text of the United States' noto to
Owing to tho government's restric
tion against its publication before
5 o'clock, the hour corresponding to
that at which it is to be dolivered to
ti e German foreign office ai Berlin,
newspapers were unable to print the
not? In the customary early morn in ?
editions. Special editions carr'.ug
lt were greeted with Intense enthu
Praised ta Paris.
Paris. May 14.--Unofficial version
sf President Wilson's note to Ger
many ls highly . praised by thia
Figaro says lt shows tho "ora of
banal protests ls over and Germany
must give formal guarantees that she
will not permit similar crimes in the
future. If sho breaks these promises
america will proceed to act.**
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Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is
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A free trial bottle can be obtain
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Gray Hair Becomes
Dark, Thick, Glossy
Try Grandmother's Old Favorite
Recipe of Sage Tea and
Alr.-.ost everyone knows that Sage
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ed, brings back the natural color and
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or gray; also ends dandruff, itching
scalp and stop3 falling hair. Year,
ago the only way to get this mixture
was to make it at home, which is
mussy and troublesome.
Nowadays we simply ask at any
drug sto -o for "Wyeth's Sage and
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no one can possibly tell that you
darkened your hair, as it does it so
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sponge or soft brush with it and draw
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small strand at a time; by morning
thc gray hair disappears, and after
another application or two, your hair
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Read the fifth
in todays paper
Chautauqua Joy Night to Be In Charge
of Ralph Bingham, Well Known
JOT night of Chautauqua week, with its fun and freedom from care, wffl
ba In charge of Ralph Bingham, wldelr known humorist and a prince of
entertainers. Mr. Bingham ia a southerner-In fa***, ls one ot the few
remaining southern humorists of national fsme- and the south delights
to honor him as one of Its favored sous.
Mr. Bingham aaa been upon the platform for more than thirty yearu, be
ginning sa a boy orator. It ls doubtful if sny man can speak for the Lyceum
and Chautauqua tn any more representative sense than Mr. Bingham. He
founded the International Lyceum Association, backed by a little group of lec
turers and burean managers, and was tts first president Today thia organisa
tion has e membership of nearly 1.000 and Includes senators, governors and
platform celebrities in many lines.
Mr. Bingham was just recently made a member of tbe famous Lambs Crab
In Nsw York, which ls considered the greatest club of distinguished actors,
authors, composers' and artists tn the United SUtes'
In tbs Joy Night festivities Mr. Bingham will he assisted by the Christine
Gilea-Blngham Company of four members, who play the piano, violin, cello
end flote. Mme. Christine Giles-Rlngham hes dee ber own company In the
Lyceum sad Chautauqua before she became Mrsi Bingham. She ls the pos
sessor of a lyric soprano voice of unusual sweetness and sympathy and an at
In addition to her popularity as a singer, soe ta a violinist of marked
ability. A moat unique feature of her performance l? the playing of her own
violin obllgato while abe sings.
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prices. Write us your wanta and offerings.
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Columbia, S. C.
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