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State Chairman Jones Calls attention, to
Recent Act Legislature as to Certain
Offenses in Primary Elections.
Headquarters of the State Democratic
To G. P. Smith, County Chairman, Lau
rens, S. C.
Dear Sir: You will please call to the
attention of all candidates in the Demo
cratic primary in your County the fol
lowing act of the Legislature, approved
March 6, 1905, and make it your per
sonal business to see that every candi
date files a pledge with the clerk of
court of your county as required by said
An Act Making Certain Offences in
Primary Elections Misdemeanors, and
Prescribing Penalties Therefor.
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Gen
eral Assembly of South Carolina:'At or
before every political primary election
held by any political party, organiza
tion or association, for the purpose of
choosing candidates for office, or the
election of delegates to conventions, in
this State, any person who shall, by
threats or any other form of intimida
tion, or by the payment, delivery or
promise of money, or other article or
value, procure or offer, promise or en
deavor to procure, another to vote for
or against any particular candidate in
such election, or who shall, for such
consideration, offer to so vote, shall be
guilty of a misdemeanor.
Sec. 2. Every candidate offering for
election under the provisions of Section
1, shall make the following pledge and
file the same with the Clerk of the
Court of Common Pleas for the County
in which he is a candidate, unless Jie
should be a candidate in more1 than one
County, in which case he shall file same
with the Secretary of State, before he
shall enter upon his campaign, to wit:
I, the undersigned,
of the County of and
State of South Carolina, candidate for
the office of , hereby
pledge that I will not give nor spend
money, or use intoxicating liquors for
the purpose of obtaining or influencing
votes, and that I shall, at the conclu
sion of the campaign and before the
primary election, render to the Clerk of
Court or (Secretary of State as herein
before provided) under oath an ite
mized statement of all moneys spent or
provided by me during the campaign
for campaign purposes up to
that time, and I further pledge, that I
will, immediately after the primary
elections that I am a candidate in, ren
der an itemized statement, under oath,
showing all further moneys spent or
provided by me in said election: Pro
vided, That a failure to comply with
this provision shall render such election
null and void, so far as the candidate
who fails to sign the statement herein
required, but shall not effect the validity
of the election of any candidate com
plying with this Section: And, provided
further, That such itemized statement
and pledge shall be open to public in
spection at all times.
Sec. 3. That any violation of the pro
visions of this Act shall be a misde
meanor and any person upon conviction
thereof, shall be fined not less than
$100 nor more than $500, or be impri
soned at hard labor for not less than
one month nor more than six months,
or both fine and imprisonment, in the
discretion of the Court.
Approved the 6th day of March, A.
To Members of Camp Garlington.
The Commander of Camp Garlington
has received a letter from Mr. E. B.
Clark, Secretary of the Chamber of
Commerce, Columbia, S. C, in regard
to the veterans who will want free en
tertainment at the Reunion in that city
on the 16th, 17th and 18th inst. A part
of the letter reads as follows:
"We will be glad if you will notify
your Camp that in order for us to pro
vide free entertainment it will be neces
sary for us to know as accurately as
possible the names and addresses of
those who expect to attend the Re
union. We should be furnished with
this information at once. Please say to
the members of your Camp that if they
? expect to attend the Reunion that they
should at once write to me in order
that they may be provided for. Those
members that do not desire free enter
tainment can secure from me a list of
the hotels and boarding houses."
It is important that all members of
the Camp who expect to attend the Re
union in Columbia, and need and want
free entertainment, to write Mr. Clark
at the earliest date possible. Or if they
will notify me, either by postal or ver
bally, I will advise Mr. Clark as to the
It is impossible for me to know the
number of members of the Camp who
contemplate attending the Reunion, or
the number wanting free entertain
ment, unless so informed.
Members will please act promptly in
T. B. Crews,
Commander Camp Garlington, U. C. D.
TWO BROTHERS IN PULPIT.
Revs. James Bradley of Cross Hill and
RobL Bradley of Illinois.
Goodwill, May 15.? Rev. James Brad
ley of Cross Hill, Laurens county,
preached a very impressive sermon at
Brick Church yesterday from the text:
"What shall it profit a man if he gain
the whole world and lose his own soul?
Or what will a man give in exchange
for his ?oiil?" The Bible lesson was
read by his brother, Rev. Robert Brad
ley, of Danville, 1H It is not often
that we ace two brothers in the same
pulpit. They are visiting their father,
the venerable Rev. Robt. Bradley of
Sardinia. ?Correspondence The State.
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SALARY OF SCHOOL TEACHERS.
It is Folly to Expect to Qet More Than
We Pay For.
It is a good point which the York
ville Enquirer makes when it says that
"if we would get the boat advantage of
our higher institutions of learning for
the benefit of our common schools let
us raise the salaries of common school
The work of the common schools is
indeed a most important work, and we
are glad to believe that the last decade
has witnessed a very marked, improve
ment in the personnel of the teachers
engaged in it. That improvement has
been most perceptible, however, where
the salary increase has been greatest.
This is but natural. It is true that in
every department of labor, and there is
no reason why it should not be true in
this. We do not ulways get what we
pay for in this world, but it is folly to
expect to get more than we pay for.
There are certain matters which one
cannot afford to economize in too
greatly. This is one of them. There
is too much at stake. The duty owed
by parents to their children and by
trustees to those for whom they have
pledged themselves to act, is too im
perative. We want no blind leaders of
the blind as teachers, but we want
young men and women whose eyes have
been opened, and who have been initi
ated into'the mysteries of how to open
the eyes of others, how to reveal to
them the wonderful things of life and
fit them for living it as it should be
lived. That is what th? child really goes
to school for, after all is said; or per
haps it were more accurate to say that ]
is what it should go to school for.
The day is not long past when twenty
dollars was about an average salary
paid to the public school teachers in the
country schools of many of the coun
ties of South Carolina. Perhaps there
are some parts of the state where such
meagre salaries as this still obtain. Put
we are informed that in many of the
counties double the amount would now
be nearer an average. This is a very
gratifying increase. It is none too much,
however, ?it is not enough if the best
teaching ability is to be gained and
kept. And those who have charge
should not allow themselves to become
contented with anything short of the
best.?News and Courier.
CLEAN ELECTION IN UNION.
Hon. Macbeth Young, Native of Laurcns,
is Again Elected Mayor.
Well, whiskey did not do the .'oting
in Union last Tuesday. It was the
cleanest, most business-like election
ever held in this city; less drinking; less
brawling?less everything except the
free and uninfluenced use of mind.?
More interest was manifested in this
election than any previous one; for
there were issues at stake that de
manded the interest, judgment and de
cision of the c'tizens.
As a result of the election three of ]
the city officers are elected, while there
must be a second race for the other
three. Mr. Macbeth Young is Mayor
iij m iimjOiiwj \jf u7 vuico, v .vpi . vitiO.
C. Perrin, alderman from Ward Two by
26 votes, and Joseph H. Gault for Ward
Three by 24 votes. A second election
must be held between J. G. Long, jr.,
and Jno. W. Crawford in Ward One; J.
W. Nance and W. H. West in Ward
Four; and between D. H. Wallace, and]
W. S. McLure for Commissioner of |
Public Works.? Union Times.
ARE AFTER SENATOR BRICE.
Dispensary People Trying to Beat Him
In York County.
Columbia, May 7. ? The dispensary
forces of York county have organized
to secure the defeat of J. Steele Brice,
the anti-dispensary leader in the state
senate and the author of the Brice act,
under which many of the counties have
voted out their dispensaries. He is a
hold-over member of the senate, but in
the club reorganizations in York county
last week delegates were elected
pledged to vote against him for county
chairman. W. II. Steward, for many
years reading clerk of the senate, is to
be put up to beat Brice. A dispensary
conference is to be held at Rock Hill
shortly for the purpose of nominating
four straight dispensary candidates for
the house of representatives. It is
likely that the anti-dispensary people
will lead to similar fights throughout
Aunt Emcline is the best loved wo
man in Saymouth, for her charity is
a like of hand and heart. Like many
other excellent persons, Aunt Emcline
is not a church member, but she is a
regular attendant at the village church,
which is so near her cottage as to seem
under the same roof. When, at the
close of a recent sermon, the minister
requested all those present who had
never united with the church to retire,
everybody was surprised to see Aunt
Emeline rise and start down the aisle.
"Aunt Emeline," the minister called
softly, ''that does not apply to you!"
"That isn't why I am going," Aunt
Emeline responded serenely. "I smell
my dinner burning up." ?Youths Com
Triplets in Edgcfield.
Edgefield, May 8.-Mrs. Wm. P.
Vance, a very highly respectable woman
of the Clcora section of Edgefield
county, gave birth to three girl children
on Saturday night last. All three arc
alive and strong and well. Their
weight in the aggregate was twenty
two and a half pounds. Mrs. Vance
has five older children, the eldest of
whom is a boy of twelve years. The
triplets have been named Faith Vance,
Hope Vance, Charity Vance.
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SHOOTINQ AFFRAY AT CHAPIN.
Little Town Scene of Sensational Occur
Columbia, May 7.?A highly sensa
tional shooting scrape between two
prominent men, both well known in Co
lumbia, occurred Thursday at 9 o'clock
at Chapin, a small station on the C. N.
& L. road, as the mixed freight and
passenger train stopped there on its
way into Columbia from Laurens. Dr.
Rowland K. Smith was in the baggage
coach on his way to Columbia, where
his father lives, when the passengers
in the coach next to it were completely
taken by surprise by a regular fusilade
of revolver shots between Dr. Smith
and his fellow townsman, Capt. T. M.
Bro^ti, who opened up on his assailant
from near the tracks. The two men
emptied their revolvers at each other,
but not a shot took effect. Dr. Smith
came on to Columbia, Mr. Brown re
maining at Chapin.
The passengers were indignant about
the matter, and on the arrival of the
train here President W. G. Childs, of
the road at once instituted an investiga
tion among the crew and others with
the result that the matter was turned
over to the road's attorney with lit
structious to prosecute the principals in
the difficulty. "I am going to find out
whether there is any law in this land to
punish those responsible for such an
outrage," said Mr. Childs. "I am go
ing to lay the facts before a jury."
From the heated words that passed be
tween the combatants and from other
facts spoken of at Chapin it is under
stood the trouble between the two men
arose over relations existing between
Dr. Smith and Mrs. Brown. Mrs.
Brown is said to be now in Laurens.
WON'T RUN FOR GOVERNOR.
Mr. A. C. Jones Has Announced That He
Will Not Make Race.
Columbia, May 5.?Mr. A. C. Jones
of Newberry, who has for a year been
an avowed candidate for governor, has
decided not to enter the race this year.
It is understood that Mr. Jones made
this announcement, to some of his
friends juat prior to the meeting of his
pricinct club last Saturday night, and
the statement is confirmed by Mr.
Jones in a letter to a friend in Colum
bia, who is authorized to make the
matter public. Mr. Jones, as is well
known, is a straightout prohibitionist
and is perhaps the only candidate for
governor in the field who is squarely
opposed to the dispensary.
Mr. Jones had begun an active cam
paign for the oftice and during the last
year has been at work laying his plans
but it is said that on account of sick
ness in his family and personal business
matters which have required his pres
ence at home he has been obliged to
withdraw from the race. Mr. Jones
states in the letter referred to that it
had been his purpose to make a prelim
inary canvass of the State personally
before the summer campaign op'ened
and the fact that he has for the reasons
stated been unable to do so is one of
does not consider that he is now in
position to begin the fight where it
should have been begun several months
"I trust," says Mr. Jones in his let
ter, "that some worthy man will take
up the fight where I lay it down and
lead the victory over those who repre
sent and are responsible for the condi
tions which now exist and which have
existed in this State for the last 12
years under the dispensary law."
Final Settlement of Accounts Has Just
Spartanburg, May 7.?Although the
dispensaries have been closed for sev
eral months, the final settlement of the
profits of the business transacted for
December was made only a few days
ago. The money was turned into^he
county treasury shortly before the close
of the December transactions, though
settlement was not made at that time.
The profits for the last month of the
dispensary amounted to $5,081.66 and of
this city received one-half, the other
half going to the county. No portion of
this sum went to the school fund for
the reason that no provision was made
for the schools to receive their share.
Air. Shaw Pays for Twins
Washington, April 15.? Secretary
Shaw recently undertook a statistical
investigation of the financial condition
of the employees of his department,
and a most instructive array of infor
mation was secured.
One especially good clerk showed a
"Whom do you owe, in the main?;
asked the secretary.
Nobody but the doctor. I kept even
till the last pair, and since then I
haven't been able to square up."
"Last pair? What's that?"
"The last pair of twins," explained
"For goodness sake how many pairs
"Oh, they come in pairs at our house
we've had three pairs now. I managed
to keep even till the last pair came."
The Secretary reached down into his
pocket, 'T&uessyou're entitled to havo
the slate cleared. I'll pay for tho last
pair." and he did. ?New York World.
May Lose His Arm.
Mr. E. B. Culbertson went to Colum
bia Monday to have his arm examined
by a specialist. Ho has been suffering
for several months with something like
tuberculosis of the bone and he went to
Columbia to have the arm examined. It
is feared that it will be necessary to
amputate the arm in order to check the
disease. He is spending a few days
with relatives in Laurens now. Dr. W.
C. Mudgett went with him to Columbia.
? Honea Path Chronicle,
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THE PENSION MONEY.
Veterans of the State to Receive More
Money This Year?What Each
Columbia, May 7. ?The following ta
ble showing the distribution by coun
ties of the pension money presents an
interesting comparative study. Spar
tanburg as usual gets the biggest slice,
$18,889.20,?it being the most populus
white county in the State.
County No. Pensions
Kcrshaw, # 131
Total for State, 8,915
Miss McKeruie's School Closes Friday
Other Matters of Interest.
Lisbon, May 5th.?The farmers are
planting cotton seed right ahead. It
will take until the tenth for some to
get through. The first planting is com
ing up very nicely with the exception
of red land. Small grain is looking all
right and promises to make a good
yield. Upland corn is coming up fairly
well. The fr?it crop is quite promis
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Milam of Cole
Point visited Mrs. Milam and Mrs.
Fuller last Sunday.
Mrs. IL B. Humbert of Lnurens
spent this week with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Smith.
Uli. ooilica i ihui;rn:> ami meiner Ul
Youngs arc visiting Mr. E. F. Teague
Master Lotis Holmes has returned
from school near Ashcville, N. C,
where be has been since September
Miss Henry Wright has a nice posi
tion at Dillon, S. C.
Miss Mary Bell McKenzie's school
closes next Friday, after which she
will return to her home in Roland, N.
C. Miss McKenzie is a very capable
teacher and any school would be for
tunate in securing her services as an
Mrs. Eliza Fuller spent last week at
Cole Point visiting relatives.
The Yankee Beat Him.
An Englishman and a Yankee were
crossing on the same steamer, says the
New York Herald.
Like ourselves, they talked themselves
out, and as a last recourse took to tell
ing the tallest hunting yarns of which
they had invariably been the heroes.
Fach tried to overtop the other. Fin
ally the Yankee got impatient.
"Talk about your snipe shooting!"
he cried derisively. "Why, once down
in Iowa, where I was stoppin' for a
leetlc spell, 1 went out shootin' one
mornin' and before 10 o'clock I bed
brought down nine hundred and ninety
nine pigeons exactly, and with a com
mon old gun at that!"
"Why didn't you make it a thou
sand?" said the Englishman sarcasti
"Couldn't. Ye don't think I would
tell a durned lie for one pigeon?" cried
the Yankee indignantly.
"Aw, sir," said the cockney, '.very
good, indeed. But now let me tell you
a story which is absolutely true, which
I witnessed myself, and of which I am
not the hero, but one of your own
countrymen?a real, full-blooded live
"Some years ago I was crossing on a
Canarder. We were close to the banks
of Newfoundland and about a thousand
miles from Boston.
."Suddenly, quite close to us, we ob
served an object in the water. It was
a human being, swimming for dear
life. The captain stopped the steamer
and hailed the man. And what do you
think it was? A man, a Yankee, who
for a bet, had swam all this way from
Boston and refused to bo taken ?on
"Just think of it," he added, "a
thousand miles this Yankee had swam!
It was the most marvelous sight I ever
saw in my life."
"Did ye really see him yerself, with
your own eyes?" said the Yankee,while
his eyes twinkled merrily.
"I'll take my bible on it," answered
the Cobkney, with the utmost gravity.
"I am glad o'that," exclaimed the
Yankee, "very glad indeed! That was
It pours the oil of life into your oya.
tern. It warms you up and starts the
life blood circulating. That's what Hol
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ranging in prices from $1.35 to $3.25.
The next regular examination for
Teachers' Certificates will be held at
Laurens C. H., Friday, May 18th, 190?.
Questions will be on hand for those who
have been taking the Teachers' Read
ing Circle course.
R. W. Nash,
County Superintendent Education.
Be sure to let us show you our new
line of Rattan Furniture, consisting of
fancy odd chairs, rockers and settees.
S. M. & E. IL Wilkcs & Co.
The parson was talking to little El
mer about his habits and asked what
time he was usually called for break
"They don't have to call me," an
swered Elmer. "I a'm always Johnny
on the spot."
Cotton Mill and
I offer the following subject to sale:
Ten shares Woodruff at $107.00.
Thirty to 50 shares Ware Shoals at
Twenty-five shares Watts Mills at
Five shares Jonesville at $97.00.
Ten shares Lydia Mills at $95.01).
Fifteen shares Chiquola (llonea Path)
Twenty-five shares Monaghan Mills
Ten shares National Bank (Laurens)
Ten shares People's Loan and Ex
change Bank at bid.
Twenty-five shares Bank of Laurens
J. J. ADAMS,
Laurens, South Carolina.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will pract'ee In all State Courts.
Prompt attention givon to all buslnc>s.
QUICKEST AND BEST ROUTE
To Savannah.Waycross, Jacksonville and
ail Florida Points, via Charleston
and Western Carolina Railroad.
Leave Laurens, 1:50 p. m.
Leave Augusta, 10:30 p. m.
Arrive Savannah, 2:50 a. m.
Arrive Wayeross, 0:05 a. m.
Arrive Jacksonville, 8:40 a. in.
Close connections made at Jackson
ville for all points South.
Round trip Winter Tourist Excursion
tickets to Florida points on sale.
GEO. T. BRYAN,
General Agent, Greenville, S. C.
C. II. Gasque, Agt., Laurens, S. C.
Ernest Williarnu, G.P.A., Augusta, Ga.
Take notice that on the 5th day of
June, 1900, I will render a final ac
count of my acts and doings as Admin
istrator of the estate of Hat tie M.
Miller, deceased, in the office of
the Judge of Probate of Laurens
County at 11 o'clock A. M., and on the
same day will apply for a final dis
charge from my trust as Administrator.
All persons indebted to said estate
are notified and required to make pay
ment by said date, and all persons hav
ing demands against said estate will
present them on or before said date
duly proven or be forever barred.
May 2-1 m.
Take notice, that on the 16th day of
May, 1906. we will render a final ac
count of our acts and doings as Execu
tors of the estate of James H. Parks,
deceased, in the office of the Judge of
Probate of Laurens County at 11 o'clock
a. m., and on the same day will apply
for a final dischargo from our trust as
All persons indebted to said estate
are notified and required to make pay
ment, by said date, and all persons hav
ing demands against said estate will
Sresent them on or before said date
uly proven or be forever barred.
J. B. PARKS,
JNO. A. BARKSDALE,
April 10, 1906. T month.
Dr, Chas. A. Ellett
(iiiicc, Law Range.
?Phone 189, Laurens, S. C.
?L B. Dial. A. 0. TODD.
DIAL & TODD,
Attorneys and Coun?
Enterprise Bank and Todd Oltlco Bui
Lau ken s , S. C.
Charleston & Western Carolina Railway
(Schedule in effect April 16, 1905.)
Lv Laurans 1:60pm
Ar Greenwood 2-4(5 "
Ar Augusta 5: 20 "
Ar Anderson 7: 10 "
Lv Augusta 2:36 pm
Ar Allendale 4:30 "
Ar Fairfax 4:41 "
Ar Charleston 7:40 "
Ar Beau ford 6:30 "
Ar Port Royal 6:40 "
Ar Savannah 6:45 "
I .v I iau rens 2:07 pm
Ar Spartanburg 3:30 "
No. 52 No. 87
Daily Ex. Sudriay
Lv Laurens 2:09 pm 8:00am
Ar Greenville 3:25 " 10:20 "
Arrivals:?Train No. 1, Daily, from
Augusta and intermediate stations 1; 45
pm; iNo. 52, dally, from Greenville and in
termediate stations 1:85pm; No.87,daC'y.
except Sunday, from Greenville ;u id
intermediate stations 6: 40pm; train N o.
2, daily, from Spartanburg and interm
ediate stations 1: 30 p m.
C. H. Gasque, Agt., Laurens, S. C.
G. T. Bryan. Gen'l Agt. Greneville?S.C.
Ernest Williams, Gen. Pass. Agt.?
T. M. Emerson, Traffic Manager.
C.N. & Ii. Railroad Co.
Schedule in efTVct November 21?rb, 1014 :
No. 52 No. 21 No. 85
Passongor Mixed ox- Fi 'olffht ox
Daily cept Sim- 'copt Sun
Lv Columbia 1110 am ?> l"> pm l 00 am
ar Nowborry 1236 pm 7 u"> pm 3 45 am
ar Clinton 1 22 p m X br> P n> 6 '-'.I a m
ar Lauivmt 1 42 p in S ir> p in i. ft') a in
N<>. .VI No. 22 No. SI
Lv Laurens 2 02 p m 7 00 am 5 20 pm
ar Clinton 2 22 pm 7 30 am ?> 00 pin
nr Nowborry 3 10 p m K :r> a m 7 OS p m
ar Columbia 4 45 p m 10 30 a m a 15 p m
C. II. GASQUE. Agont.
and other DRUGS, and nervous
Charges more reasonable than other
ike institutions. $25.00 per week pays
for treatment, remedies and board.
Result absolutely the same.
L. G. COR BETT, M. 1).
THE CAROLINA SANITARIUM,
Greenville, S. C.
DU. CLIFTON JONES
OFFICE IN SIMMONS BUILDING
Phone: Office No. 86; Residence 219.
DR. G. C. ALBRIGHT,
Office over Peoples Loan and Ex
change Hank, Laurens, s. ('.
Side and Back
are still in the height of fashion, and
will also be worn this spring and
slimmer. We have the latest
styles of fancy Combs from
$1.25 to $7.00
per set of three. Also the newest de
signs in Bracelets, Hat Pins, Cuff
Pins, Fobs and Crosses.
Give Us a Call Before
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Brings Qolden Health and Renewed Visor.
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vOLDfcN riUB?ET? FOft 8AU0W PEOPLE
"Oh, I A/Vi SO T1REDP
Is hoard daily /rom old and young, rich and poor. Did you over stop and consider'
the cause of this remark? We will venture to say nine cases out often are
caused by tmprO'per digestion. This, or other symptoms of Indigestion such as
nervousness, nausea, neart-burn, sour stomach, flatulency and despondency,
should be a warning to you who are in danger of having indigestion, the great
est enemy of American health to-day, fasten its merciless fangs on your health.
Remember, "A St'teh in time saves nine", and a bottle of the celebrated
KeMum's Sure Cure, for Indigestion has saved untold misery to people in many
parts of this broad land, by curing them permanently of this miserable disease.
Yes, not like the pepsin digestives that help for a time, but cures permanently
by causing the digestive organs to perform their functions. Nature being such
a great rectifier of its own 's, with the assistance of this powerful medicine,
gives you a healthy stomach and removes indigestion and its symptoms perma
nently. Sold on a $5.00 guarantee. 60 cents and $1.00 per bottle at
Laurens Drug Company.
Live Stock Insured!
Your Growing Crops Protected From
Hail Storms. Old Line Fire and Life
Insurance Companies Represented.
Insure the life of your horse or mule with me. I write a policy for $100
which costs $4.00 for the first year and $1.00 a year thereafter.
Hail Storm Insurance.
In case of a bail storm you would feel mighty good if your crop should
bii protected in the way of insurance. 1 write policies of this char
acter at 2 per cent, of the valuation. Cotton ranges from $10 to
$:i() an acre. Corn $R per acre. I also represent some of
the most reliable Old Line and Mutual Fire and Lifo In
surance Companies in the country. See me, there
fore, for any kind of insurance desired.
J. Wade Anderson,
To'have a rfeppy home you must have children,
as they.'1 are groat happy-honfe makers. If a weak
woman? you can tN? made strong enough to bear
healthy'children, Wi'fh little pain or discomfort to
yourselfr by taking x
It will ease away all your?painV reduce inflam
mation, cureleucorrhea (whites), falling womb, ovar
ian trouble,'disordered menses; backache, headache
etc., and make childbirth natuitil and easy. Try it'
/ At every drug store iiv#i.00 bottles.
f, WRITE US A LETTER
freely and frankly, telling us all your
troubles. VVc will send free advice (in
plain sealed envelope). Address: La
dies' Advisory Dept., The Chattanooga
Medicine Co., Chattauooga, Tcnn.
"DUE TO CARDUI
and nothing else, is my bain-girl now
two weeks old," writes Mrs'. ! p
West, of Webster City, Iowa. "She
is a fine, healthy babe and wo are
both doing nicely."
The celebration ol the Thirty-eight Anniversary of
the Presbyterian Sunday School on
Saturday, May 12th.
Everybody come to the Mardlgros Of Clinton. In the afternoon a game of bnl
between Clinton and Newberry College,
Congressman Klcct of Alabama, will give his famous lecture at P-::<0 on the
Come and hear the Hero of the Merrimac. Everything will bo done for
your comfort and pleasure. Fxtra trains will be operated between Ncwh?-ri\
iukI CJipton to take the people back 1'.) > a&or. tho lecture. The train
from Columbia, duo in Clinton,ftt$;:?V.wil(. bp held frill after the--leetun; to tak.t
the Laurena people to Laurcns.