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BUI DOE 8 REPAIRED.
What Supervisor's Force
Has Done Recently.
.Much Has Beeu Accomplished?The
County Farm -The Chaingang
ul How It Is Used.
ll?plyi g to questions of a reporter
County Suporvisor J. S. Drummond
yesterday siid of the pubho work go
ing on iu tho county:
"A groat deal of work has beon done
on bridges and the repairs have
amounted to building new struotures
in soino casos. In most of them new
spans havo beon built.
"Three nice bridges havo recently
been built, two in Cross Hill near
Harris Springs and one at Goldville
over Hush Hivor. Tho lattor Is espe
cially a lino bridgo. A new bridge is
now to bo built over Beard's Fork In
Jacks, near Clinton.
"A. A. Roberts has the contract for
two new bridges in Waterloo and the
chaiugang Is repalrlug five others in
that township. Repairs on the Burnt
Factory bridge in Sulllvans have been
completed. In Youngs tho bridges at
Lamord's mill and at Allen'smlll havo
"On account of the great rains last
year this work has beon necossary and
much more has been done than I have
"The chaingang now has 23 mem
bers. Prior to court it numbered 10.
The men are worked In two gangs,
each with six mules. Considerable
work has been done and Is belog done
on the roads. Tho county has two road
"Lately a section of tho chaingang
has planted HO acres In corn and 15 in
oats at tho county poor farm. These
crops will be used to feed the county's
"It is tho policy of the commis
sioners to give to each township 40 days
work a year of the chaingang. This
policy will be carried out to the letter.
In th s way no township can olalm that
there has been discrimination."
Camp Gabunoton, U. C. V. )
April 13tb, 1002. f
At a called meeting of the members
of Camp Garlington, U. C. V , held
this day for tho purpose of expressing
their profound regret at the death of
General Wado Hampton, which mourn
ful event occurred on Die 11th instant,
and to pay a sultablo tribute to his
memory, the following Preamble and
Resolutions, as submitted by tho me
morial committee consisting of Com
rades T. 13. Crows, J. H. Traynham, W.
W. Jones were unanimously adopted by
a rising vote:
Whereas, The members of this
Camp learn with tho deepest 6orrow
that the noble, chlvalrlc Hampton Is
no more, that after a life of more than
four score years?a life devoted in
great part to the service of his native
State, both in a military and civic
capacity, his spirit returns to the God
who gave it; that whilo we bow in
humble submission to the Decree of an
all-wise Providence, be It therefore,
Resolved, That in the death of Gen
eral Hampton, South Carolina has lost
her most distinguished son, the South
a wise statesman and the country at
large a valued, useful citizen and pa
triotic, Christian gentleman.
Resolved, That in the demise of
General Hampton, we recognize the
final passing of the State's great and
successful leader in her redemption
from misrule and oppression.
Resolved, That in the death of the
valorous Hampton, no son of the South
upheld the Starry Cross with bolder
spirit, or stronger arm, or gave his
blood and treasure to tho Cause he
loved more freely than did he.
Resolved, That this preamble and
resolutions be spread upon our record
book, ami that the Secretary of this
Camp be Instructed to transmit a copy
of the samo to tho family of the de
Resolved, That The Sate, News and
Courier, Confederate Veteran, Lost
Cause, and the newspapers of the
County bo requested to copy these pro
T. B. Crews,
Lieutenant-Governor- Mauldin, of
Camp Pulliam, Greenville, being pres
ent and having served under General
Hampton, was called on and made some
touching and eloquent remarks regard
ing tho dead chieftain. Mr. A. J.
Smith also spoko feelingly and forcibly
to the same effect.
WHAT MERCHANTS SAY.
Wholesale, agents for J. & P. Coats
Davis, Ropor & Co.
Dr. Hawes Laxative Dyspepsia Pow
dor for heartburn and sour stomach.
For salo at
Palmetto Drug Co.
Protty waists In silk percales lawns.
Now Is the time for you to inspect.
Davis, Roper & Co.
Just received another shipment of
Search Light Matches, five hundred to
the box, three boxes for 10 cents.
S. Mi & E. H. Wllkes.
Wc call tho ladies attention to tho
new things in W. B. Corsets. We bave
the sale agency for LaurenB and county.
Call and sco them.
Davis, Roper & Co.,
Can eat anything and not suffer after
taking Dr. Hawes Lexative Dyspepsia
Powder. For sale at
Palmetto Drug Co.
Clothing Is a necossary article and
we have them in all the newest weaves,
styles. Young men can't afford to pass
us by. Values unsurpassed by any.
Davis, Roper & Co.
We have just opened an elegant line
of parasols and tallies umbrollas.
Be sure to see thorn before buying.
Beautiful line uf ball .-.??.<?..... juat re
ceived in all sizes. Prices very cheap.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes.
Ladles Sailors and other nice Spring
hats for excellence price. Lower than
you will find them elsewhere.
Davis, Roper & Co.
Agents for the celebrated Hawes
f3.00 Hat' See the new styles.
J. IS. Minier & Bro.
Exolusivo styles in Millinery is what
we promiso our patrons, and that is
what is building our business larger
Don't you need a new matting for
this Spring? We have on hand a large
assortment in new designs and would
like to show them to you.
S. M. & E. H. Wllkes.
Shoes?-We will receive this week, a
big shipment of shoes dlreet from the
factory, all styles, all prices, all solid
leather shoes. Try us on shoes.
<L K. Mlnter & Bro.
Largest lipe of Iron Beds ever shown
now in stock. Prices from %3 60 to
(25.00. Call to see them*.
**> S.M.&E.H: Wilke?.
?| SOME VISITORS AND OTHERS.;!
Dr. J. R. Culbertson was in the city
Mrs. J. B. Clarke, of Georgia, is vis
iting her Bieter, Mrs. C. D. Barksdale.
Mr. M. T. Campbell of Gray Court
was in the olty Monday.
Mrs. W. H. Garrott is visitlpg Mr.
ami Mrs. O. W. Garrott in Greenwood.
Y. C. Hellams, John M. Hudgens and
M. H. Burdino have to tho Dallas Re
Mrs. A. N. Brunson and three chil
dren of Yorkvllle are on a visit to Mrs.
Brunson's father, Mr. J. W. Jones.
Mrs. T. 1) Darlington and little
daughter, Lucy Vance, have returned
from a visit to friends In Augusta.
Rev. B J. Woodward Is assisting In
a protracted mooting In tho Green
Street Baptist Church, Spartanburg.
Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Lucas and thoir
daughter, Mrs. Ralph Dnrgan, are vis
iting their sons, Messrs. W. B, and T.
The Yorkville Yeoman of last week
says that the Yorkvllle lawyers regard
Judge Watts, win has been holding
court there, very highly.
Mr. Wm. M. Summorell, of Clinton,
who has been here on the jury this
week, left yesterday ou account of the
Illness of his mother, now an aged lady
J. S. Drummond, the incumbont;
Robin J Copoland, M. H. Ferguson
and S. H. Goggans aro talked of for
Supervisor. Mr. Drummond will no
doubt ask re-election.
Col. George Johnstone of Newberry
was in tho city this week attending
court. He is expected to bo candidate
for tho United States Senate. Col.
Johnstone has hundreds of friends in
R. W. Compton has reslgued his po
sition as chief engineer with tho Gaff
ney Manufacturing Co. on account of
111 health. After a needed rest and a
trip to the Charleston Exposition he
will tako his former position with the
Morgan Iron Works, Spartanburg.
Thk ADVERTISER'S Cross Bill cor
respondent writes that the stockhold
ers of the Cro3s Hill Oil Mill have
agreed to increase tho capital stock to
$25,000 and to build a knitting mill in
connection with it. The mill has had
a successful season.
Married in Greenville.
Miss Alllo Belle Cooko, daughter of
the late John C. Conke, was married in
Greenvillo last week to Mr. G. L. Berry.
Bonds lor Sale. '
School District, No. 6. Including tho
town of Clinton, offers $5,000 of 30 year
4 per cent coupon bonds. Sealed bids
are invited, until Juno 2nd. Bonds are
dated Jan. 1st, 1902, an I in'erest Is
payable, Jan. 1st, 1903.
Left for tho Reunion.
County Treasurer John II. Gopeland
left Saturday for tho Dallas Reunion.
He will also go to Hot Springs, Art,
where he will take his son, James, who
Is a!8ufferer from rheumatism. Treas
urer Copeland will be absent for seve
ral weeks but his oftlce will bo open
for business as usual.
They Make Monuments.
Messrs. White & Company, of Ander
son. P. C, aro a well known firm of
dealers in monuments and tomb-stones
whose advertlsemont appears to-day.
They invite correspondence and are
ready to send a man to confer with
persons in need of the articles they han
dle. Tho firm gives first class refer
ences and has a good business stand
ing as well as reputation for artistic
and substantial work.
Mr. Ansel Here.
Mr. Martin F. Ansel and Mrs.
Ansol of Greenville spent Satur
day and Sunday in the city, the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank 1*. Mc
Gowan. They loft yesterday for Char
leston. Mr. Ansel Is one of tho prom
inent candidates for Governor. He was
formerly Solicitor of the Eighth Cir
cuit and Is a good man and a good law
Death of Mr. Casper Bolt.
Mr. Caspar Bolt died at his home
near Gray Court last Friday and was
buried at Chestnut Ridge on tho fol
lowing day. A widow and one child,
a daughter, survive him. Mr. Bolt
was about 50 years old and a son of the
late William Bolt. Mrs. D. C. Barks
dale, Mrs. George Wolff and Mr War
ren Bolt and Miss Otholla ho t wore
his sisters and brother. Tho deceased
gentleman was a member of tho Baptist
hurch. His loss will be greatly felt.
Sympathy for the family and relatives
Is expressed genorally.
A Merry Heart
Comes from eating good bread. The
Book says "eat bread and lot thy
heart be merry." But to have a merry
heart, the bread must be good, and to
have it good, you must use flour, which
the same means Bransford's "Clifton."
We have gained the lead by virtue of
Eurlty and quality, and we propose to
eep it, if purity and quality will do
It. If you want satisfaction In baking,
ask for "Clifton" flour.
Mrs. Dr. T. F. Jones Dead.
Mr. J. W. Jones of this city receiv
ed a telegram Friday announcing the
death of Mrs. Lou Young Jones, widow
of his late brother, Dr. Thomas F.
Jones, at her home in Cartersville, Ga.,
on the 18th. The decoased lady was
the only sister of th3 late Gen. Pierce
M. B. Young of the Confederato States
Army. Four children, Thomas F.
Jones, Jr., and three daughters, sur
Dr. Jones, who was a nativo of this
county and well known .hore, died in
Had a Fine Time.
Dr. John T. Poo'e and Dr. Rolfo E.
Hughes attended the State Medical As
sociation meeting In Spartanburg last
woek. Said Dr. Poole on his return:
"Spartanburg ebtortained tho delegates
handsomely.*. We were invited every
where. They gave us a splendid excur
sion out to Glendalo and every kind of
hospitality was extended. Tho dele
gates, especially the young men, were
a splendid body."
Dr. Hughes said that it was a fine
meeting, that the doctors all enjoyed
it and that tbo people of Spirtanburg
were hospitable and courteous to the
last degree. The mooting next year
will beheld in Sumter and after that
it ought to be held in Laurens.
Watch the feet of the well dressed
lad'es and gentlemen you meet and
you will see that they wear
Davis, Roper ACo.
We have the hat to suit you. It may
require tome changes, but we know
how to fix without spoiling its fashion.
If you are not adyorto tq saving a
little money on your clothing, you can
do It by purchasing here.
J. B. Minter & BrO.
LAU KENS ?OY WON
O. W. Cunninghan Best
Speaker in Contest.
Sou of >V. L. Cunningham of MaddeuH
?Mr. Featherstone was Member
of Deciding Committee.
In the Inter-Collegiate Oratorical
contest held at Greenwood Friday
night between representatives of Fur
man, Erskino, Presbyterian College at
Clinton, Clemson and Newberry Col
leges a Laurons boy, Gus Watts Cun
ningham, was the winner. Mr. Cun
ningham is the son of Mr. W. L. Cun
ningham of Maddens and a senior at
Furman. His subject was Darkness
Mr. C. C. Featherstono of this city
was a member of the deciding com
mittee. "Mr. Cunningham made a fine
speeoh?highly creditable to him" Mr.
Mr. Cunningham is one of the
brightest students of Furman and Lau
rens county la and has a right to be
very proud of him. To havo been the
victor over the host mon in live col
leges Is a great honor.
Mil. ROBERT WILSON DEAD.
i.aureus Has Lost iu Him a Useful
and Ilcloved Citizen.
Mr. Robert Wilson died at Mrs.
Clark's boarding house at 12:25 p. m.
Sunday. Ho had beon ill for only four
or live days.
Mr. Wilson was a native of Belfast,
Ireland. Ho came to America seven
or eight years ago and sffc?r living a
short time in Brooklyn jolu.d b'.s
brother, Mr. W. G. Wilson, bore In
1SU0. The latter had been in tho dry
goods trade in Columbia for a long
time. The two brothers established
tho firm of W. G. Wilson & Co., and
have been steadily successful. Mean
while, both Impressed themselves upon
tho community as men of high integ
rity in business and as courteous and
Tho sorrow for the death of Robert
Wilson in I-aureus Is general and sin
cere. The people know that an espe
cially true, staunch and pure man has
gone; one thatcouldnot well be spared.
Modest and unassuming, ho was gifted
with a droll humor that made him a de
lightful companion and all who knew
him liked him.
The funeral was held at tho Ceme
tery, Monday morning, Rev. W. B.
Duncan otliciating. Mr. Wilson was a
member of tho Mothodist Church. The
pall bearers were: C. W .Tune, D. A.
Davis, Gregg Jeans, .layor C. E.
Gray, Dr. G. C. Albright, W. W. Gra
ham, W. H. Washington and fl. Terry.
In addition to Mr. W. G. Wilson, two
brothers and one sister survive. They
live in Ireland. An undo lives in Ohio.
Mr. W. G. Wilson has tho sympathy
of Laurens people. They are all his
THREATENED THE GENERAL.
Veteran Wash McCrary's Encounter
with (Jcueral Mahouc.
Mr. Wash McCrary who was a brave
soldier in McGowan's Brlgado and now
a prominent farmer of Jack's Town
ship, told this story of himself while
he was here last week serving as a
juryman. He did not expect It to go
Into print but a newspaper man was
hanging round at the time.
"It was atSpott8ylvania Court House
in Virginia and I was a boy about 10 or
17. Our brigade was in camp there
and one morning, when it was chilly,
I strolled olT some distance from our
camp and after a time came to a camp
fire. I walked up to It and was warm
ing my hands. Two or three fellows
were loitering around. Ina few min
utes a little wiry chap came up who
was not In uniform. lie eyed me for
n moment aud then he said: 'What
the h-1 are you doing here?' This
sort of talk didn't please mo and I an
swered, coolly enough, 'Well, air, I'm
warming my myself!' "
"Tho man fired up and said: 'Get out
of hero to your command and that
d-n quick.' "
'I'll go whon I get ready,' I replied.
"The fellow glanced at an axe lying
by and said with plenty of cussing
thrown In: 'If you don't leave here at
once, l Jl split you head open with that
"I was good mad by that t i me and I
swore back at him?'and If you touch
that axe I'll shoot you!' "
"Just then somebody nudged mo and
whispered: 'Don't you know that's
General Mahono you're talking too?'
"Well, I didn't think It wise to wait
and explain and the words weren't out
of his mouth before I was running like
a pack of hounds was after me and I
didn't stop till I struck our own camp.
I had threatened to shoot tho major
general of the division. He nover
wore a uniform, I afterwards loarnod.
Of course the general didn't know me
and there was no danger of his reoog
nizlng tne but for weeks after I'd throv,
a scared glanco over my shoulder like
a runaway darkey whenever I saw a
provost guard in my neighborhood.
Tho story got out on me too and the
boys ran mo high about it. That was
the same Billy Mahono who later on
gavo much troublo in Virgina, but Gen
eral Lee regarded him as one of his
APPEAR AGAIN TO-NIUHT.
The Scotch Entertainers Will be at
the Cotton Mill Hall.
Gavin Spence and Flora McDonald,
the Scoth recitatlonists, ballad singers
and impersonators, whose entertain
ment so delighted a large audlenco in
tho Opera House Friday night will ap
pear again to-night in the hall over the
Cotton Mill Store. They have been
engaged by the Mill Lyceum Course.
The admission Is only 25 oents.
The entertainment Friday night
gavo the greatest satisfaotton and
everybody enjoyed It. The andlence
to-night ought to bo very large.
"Clifton" Flour Customers,
The customers wo want aro those
who require the nighesl possiblo qual
ity. Some of our best customers are
of this class. Thoy have come to stay.
There is not much satisfaction in gain
ing as a customer a man for whom any
thing is good enough. We like tho
critical kind. They appreciate "Clif
ton" flour. We invite the most care
ful Investigation. We want you to
compare "Clifton" flour with the best
of other brands. People who do this
choose "Clifton" and stick to it. t'Ollfr
ton" f|our customers aro satisfied cusr
Good sized Tomatoo plants now ready
for transplanting can be had by oalling
on H. B, Kennedy at 10 cts per dozen.
WIELDS A SHARP AX.
Millions marvel at the multitude of
maladies cut of by Dr. King's Now
Life Pills?the most distressing too.
Stomach. Liver and Bowol troubles
Dyspepsla. Loss of Anpotlto, J.aundice,
Biliousness, Fevor, Malaria, all fall be
fore these wonder workers. 25o at
I .aureus Drug Co.
For Rknt?Several cottages. SmalJ
farm in town. \"/. W. BaM..
*~ We are headquarters for Flower pots
S. M. & E. H.Wilkes.
It's hard for clean teeth?
perfectly clean teeth?to
decay. To keep the teeth
clean is to preserve thein.
A brush and water alono
are insufflclont. Some
thing that will destroy tho
germs that causo decay
will be required. This
help is in
Ihithymol Tooth Paste.
This is an antlsoptlo prep
aration that kills the
germs. It whitens and
cleanses tho teeth, hardens
tho gums and keeps the
breath sweet. It is de
lightfully flavored. It only
costs 25c. for a large sized
Tooth picks, 5o. a box.
Tooth brushes 6c. to 40c.
Tooth powder 10c. an ounco.
Tooth powder, in bottles 25c. each.
The Laurens Drug Co.
103 West Main St.
'Phono 76 Goods dolivorcd.
NEWS OF ?RAY COURT.
Prof.Hamilton has ordered the books
for the school library, about seventy
five books, with the proceeds from the
Mrs. A. O. Owings and daughter,
Mrs. E. T. Shell, have taken advantage
of the low rates to Dallas, and left on
last Saturday, to be gone about a
month, visiting relatives in Arkansas
Mr. M. H.Burdine lift on Friday for
the re-unlon of old vets at Dallas,
Dr. A, J. Christopher attended the
doctor's meeting in Spartanburg last
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Hill of Green
ville are visiting their son, Mr. A. W.
Hill, near here.
Mrs Caroline Pedenand Master Krod
Peden of Fairviow wero at J.T.Peden's
on last Saturday.
Miss Corrie Peden of Chlcora Col
lege was home last week.
Mrs. Lou Dial Is at Mrs A. J. Chris
Mr. II. Tahlr returned from Chaides
ton last week. He sneaks in glowing
terms of the Exposition.
Wanted?You to order your whis
key for ''personal use" from Cooper
Farming Distillery Co., Brevard. N.
C. Corn whiskey from $1.85 to $2.00
per gallon; vessel Included. Rye from
$2.15 to $3.15. Peach brandy $2.65. Ap
ple $2.15 per gallon.
A. F. coopek,
HOUSES to RENT!
No. 1.?Frame House, 0 rooms aud
kitchen, In Laurens Street, about 100
feot from Public Square. Newly paint
ed Inside nnd out. Ha9 good well of
wator. $10 per month. Cheapest home
In city, location considered.
No. 2.?Four room and kitchen cot
tage in Academy Street, one acre lot.
Only $5 00 a month. This house is a
bargain. For sale at $fiQ0.CQ,
Nq. 3.?New four room and kitchen
cottage, corner Beaufort and Katha
rine Streets. Room for garden. Water
connections. $8 00, tenant to pay his
own water rent.
No. 4.?New four room and kitchen
cottage In Hampton street, adjoining T.
H. Nelson's. Duplicate of No- 3 and on
Numbers 3 and 4 are being built and
will be ready in about two weeks.
No. 5.--Cottage for colored tenants.
Would rent small farm or part of farm
with this cottage.
Would ront farming lands suitable
for dairying or trucking with numbers
[ 3 and 4.
PINK BUILDING LOTS and
I other yaluablc real estate for sale at
I bargains; easy torms.
W, W. BALL,
North side Public Square.
To Land Owners.
ALL Land owners of Laurens Bhall
remove from the running streams of wa
ter on tb ir lands all trash, trees, rafts
and timber during the months of May
and August In oaon year
Any person convicted of violating this
Section ahall be deemed guilty of a mis
demeanor, aud shall be fined not less
than five nor more than fifty dol'ars, or
be imprisoned not less than ten nor
more than thirty days. Parties inter
sted tike notice and aovorp yourselves
J. S. DRUMMOND,
Supervisor Ljmrans County.
April 23, 1002?:f. r
Agent for J. & P. Coats
Fashionable Footwear. k^...
Solo agonts Queon Quality
Shoes for Women.
Cottfjt ti?e Feet
Of tho ladies who paBs and you will Hud that more feminine feet tread the sidewalk of Laurous in our shoes, than in shoos
sold by any other store hereabouts. The reason why is because the majority of the ladies know
the excellence of our Footwear.
C!*SM? * ??l SUB I
Go anywhere for any kind of shoes, but como here for the host kind. Shoes at 50 ets to $5.00.
You uovor hear a lady or gentleman say?"too much" whon trading hero.
DAVIS? ROPER & 00.
The Popular Shoo Storo.
Can not work without good Tools. We are not
a little proud of our stoek of
Buck's Stoves and Ranges
and of the way in which wo combine high Grade qualities
and Lowost Prices.
Oilcloth aud Linoleum.
Don't confine all the luxuries to
tho parlor. Fix up the kitchou and
soe us about saving money.
is complete. We try to keep the
Bost and purest. Doctor's bills
arc costly. Bettor pay the little
extra it costs to procure Groceries
The only kind wo ovor ask you
Laurens Cotton Mills Store.
T. C. LUCAS. Manager.
ALL. CASES OF
ARE mOW ?yKABLE
by our new invention. Only Uiokc born deaf are incurable.
HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.
F. A, WFiRWlAN, OF BALTIMORE, SAYS:
Baltimore, Md., March jo, 1901.
(JenfUtM/n t ? Hclng entirely cured of deafness, thr.nks to your treatment, I will now give you
a fall history of in v cose, to be used at your discretion
About five years uro my rl
in v hearing hi tills car entirety.
ears ago my right car began to sing, and this kept on getting worse, until I lost
I underwent a treatment for catarrh, for three months, without any success, consulted a num
ber of physicians, among others, the most eminent ear specialist of this city, who told me thai
only an operation could help me, and even that only temporarily, that the head noises would
1 then cease, but the hearing in the affected ear would be lost forever.
I then saw your advertisement accidentally hi a New York paper, and ordered your treat
ment. After I had used it only a few days according to your directions, the noiscsceased, and
lo day, after five weeks, my hearing In the diseased car has been entirely restored. I thank you
heartily and beg to remain Very truly yours.
V. A. WURMAN, 730S. Drondwoy, Baltimore, Md.
Our treatment does not interfere with your usual occupation,
"ns.Wtt.r YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME MmZttu?
INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC, 596 LA SALLE AVE., CHICAGO, ILL* '
the^d_firm kennedy bros. *8r
the Undertaking businoss at tho old stand. COFFINS, OASKET>
ajjd ROBES, and HEARSE, at th^
A continuance of the generou patronage hithorto extended us
KKNNEj^j^ROS., Laurons, 8. C
11. E. GRAY.
J. C. SIIEALY.
Gray & Shealy.
ought to interest the man
whos3 roof has a hole in it.
Also the man who lias no roof,
but intends to build one. Our
Long Loaf unblcd Pine Shin*
gles aro the best offered in
this city. Mado from a fine
grade wood and right in every
And those figures ought to prove
that prices arc right, too.
Gray & Sijeaiy.
Laurens, S. C.
A NEW LAW FIRM.
The undersigned have this day en
tered into a partnership for the practice
of law in the Courts of this State, under
the namo of Simpson & Cooper and will
promptly attend to all business en
trusted to them.
* r. a. cooper.
The grout out ambition of Amer
ican men and women is to havo
homes blessed with ohildren. Tho
woman afTlicted with femido dls
easo is constantly menaced with
becoming a ohildlcss wife. No
ruodlolno can restore dead or
gans, but Wlno of Cardui docs
regulate dorangomonts that pre
vent oonception; docs prevent
miscarriage; does restore weak
funotinns and shattered nerves
and does bring babies to homes
barren and desolate for years.
Wlno of Cardui gives women tho
health and strength to hear heal
thy ohildren. You can get a
dollar bottle of Wine of Cardui
from your dealor.
148 Markot titreet,
Memphis. Tenn., April 14, 1901.
In February. lOOf, I took onu bottle-of
Wlno of Cnrdut and one packago of
Thodtorrt'H Hlaok-nrotight. I had been
married llfteon years and hsd never
n birth to n eftlld until i took Win
ri Cardui. Now t am mother of a flrto
baby girl whloh was born March 81,1001.
The baby weighs fourteen pounds nnd I
fool as well ?n any person could feel.
Now my homo Is happy and I never will
bo without Wine of Cardui In my house
Again. Mrs. J. W. 0. SMITH.
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