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TILLMAN TALKS TO
Explains Wlij He Failed To Expose
Itoo veil Hitil Hi Idem e
KllVllgll, Hill .
Senator Hen Tlllman was in Augus
ta yesterday afternoon. To a re
porter of The ii< raid lie gave his
opinion of tin1 presold occupnnl of
Hie White House and of our only ox
Tin' latter came during the Sena
tor's statement to the Herald repre
sentative i?f llio reasons why he hud
allowed the charges brought against
him by President Roosevelt to pass
UllnOliCed except for lllO one speech
made in the senate. '
The Senator's statement anent his
Position towards Roosovoll was care
fully worded, and to the point. In
this connection the Senator said:
"As the time approached lor con
gress to adjourn, and the opportunity
to show Roosevelt In bis true colors
approached I began to seriously con
sider whether it was worth while.
There had been provocation enough
on account of his wanton assault on
me, but he was In very had odor, and
very much discredited on account of
the action of the house of represen
tatives and the senate committee on
appropriation, both of which charged
him with falsehood.
"I had enough evidence collected to
prove that he was not only a man who
had no regard for the truth, hut that
he was ii hypocrite and a coward, and
while I could hav e produced the ov i
denen I knew that a large mini bor of
the American people would chargo nie
with being actuated by malice and a
I desire tor revenge, and therefore my
attitude would bo discredited, while
I felt thai a groat number of the peo
ple of the country would be very
much mortified to feel that they had
elected BUCh R 1111111 to the highest of
fice In our gift, ai l be ashamed of
"So I finally decided to let him i 1
0110 and leave to others the Humming
up of bis actions as presldenti and
bis practical failure to accomplish
any really valuable IhiiiK. He nar
: rowly OSCapi d being a very great man
but his want of sincerely and
oarnestucss mado him really one of
the greatest failures who has ever
occupied the White House." Augus
Mein > ( '?nies in Ituuclies
to A. A. Chlsholm, of Troadwell, N.
Y.. II0W. Mis reason is well worth
reading: "For a long time i suffered
I from indigestion, torpid liver, con
stipation, nervousness, ami general
debility," lie writes. "I could not
sleep, had no appetite, nor ambition,
and urcw weaker every day in
spile of all medical treatment. Then
1 used Electric Hitters. Twelve bot.
ties restored all my old-time health
and vigor. Now I can attend to bus
iness every day. It's a wonderful
medicine." Infallible for Stomach.
Liver, Kidneys, Hlood and Nerves.
liOc at LaureilS Drug Co. and Palmetto
He sure to see our line of Pianos
ami Organs before you buy as it will
be money saved for you.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
?2,200 For I.aureus County.
Tlie special school Act for the nhl
of high schools in tho Stnto provides
a fund of $50,000 i<>r distribution
umong tho counties that have taken
advantage of the provision. Laurens
county gets .>L'.'jeu of this aiuouul as
follows: Laurens, $600; Cross Hill.
$600*; Clinton. $500, and Mountvillo
$500, Those amounts are paid in
t wo Insl ilmetits.
Host Treatmont for Colds.
"Most ordinary eolds will yield to
the simplest treatment," says the Chi
cago Tribune, "moderntlve laxatives,
hot foot baths, a free perspiration,
and an avoidance of exposure to cold
and wet after treatment." While
this treatment is simple, it requires
adopting it must remain In doors for
a day or two. or a fresh cold is almost
sure to he contracted, and in many
instances "iieumonia follows. Is it
not heiter to pin your faith to an old
reliable preparation like Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy, that is famous
for its cures of eolds and ran always
he depended upon? For sah1 by the
I.aureus Drug Co.
Miss Ruby Ahrains, who was re
cently graduated at the head of tho
art class in Cooper's Institute. New
York, is deaf and until a few years
ago was also dumb.
The Bed-rock of Success
lies in a keen, clear brain, backed by
indomitable will and resistless energy,
Such power conies from the splendid
health that Dr. King's New Fife Pills
impart. They vitalize every organ
and build up brain and body. .1. A.
Harmon. Dlzeniore, W. Ya.. writes:
"They are the best pills I have ever
used." 25c, at I.aureus Drug Co. and
Palmetto Drug C.
frightful Fat?' A verteil.
"1 would have been a cripple for
life, from a terrible out cn my knee
cap." writes Frank Dlsborry. Kelllher,
Minn., "without Bucklon'u Arnica
Salve, w;ii??!i soon cured me." Infalli
ble for Wounds, ems and bruises, it
soon eures Hunts, Scalds, noils. Old
Sores, and skin Irruptions. World's
best for Plies. 25c, at Laurens Drug
Co. and Palmetto Drug Co.
There are 105 counties In Kansas,
ami 100 of them have some of their
boys and girls attending the Kansas
The Implement Co.,
It is very important both for
effective and economical work to
The best of
Our Now Descriptive Catalog
just isstu-.l foils all about the best
time ami labor- suving machinery
It v*? ouc of the best ami most in
tcrexiung Implement Catalogs is
sued. Mailed free on request.
We are also headquarters for
Farm Wagons, Buggies,
Barb Wire, Fencing,
V-Crimp and other Roof
ing, Gasoline Engines,
Saw and Planing Mills.
Write for prices and catalogs.
The Implement Co.,
1302 Main St., ? Richmond, Va.
(j) Would i*. not be an iintnense advantage, in
event of illness, or accident, or a;iv other cause *
Cg; whereby yon should require a sum of ready money
?f? to be able to call for the amount at a bank
L,|^ By depositing your funds with this bank, you ^
9fs may command vonr surplus money at any time, HH
It is always readv tor you.
THE BAN K 3^ LAU R BNS
The Bank for Your Savings.
Mr. J. R. C. Boyce Of Cross Hill was
in the city Saturday.
CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY
Mothers who value their own comfort find the
welfare of their children, .should never lie without a
I DOX of Mother Gray-? Sweet l'owderafor Children,
I for u?cthroiii;honUhuKC!i.-<on. They Break upC'oldt?,
i (.'tiro Feverishness, Constipation, Teething Dis
orders, Hendncho and Stomach Troubles. THESE
POWDERS NKVKK FAIL. Sold by all Drugstores,
25c. iMtn't accent any *ub$titnte, A trial imckairo
will be sent PK KB to any mother who will address
Alien a. Olmated, Le Roy, N. V.
Clarence L. Hammett,
Laurens, S. C.
OFFICE?At the Court House in
the Auditor's Office.
Easter Suit, Pants, Shirts, Shoes, Slippers,
Shirt Waists. Gloves, Ladies' and Children's.
Hats, Ties, Dress Goods, skirts,
Hats, Underwear, Hosiery, Notions
and Racket Goods, We have thousands of items we cannot list, it would take
this whole newspaper to list our immense stock. Just come and look through
this Wonderful Cut Trice Department Store and buy your bill here, you will
make money as fast as the United States Mint, because you will save from 10
to 85 per cent of your hard-earned money by buying of KED IRON HACK ET.
More (ioods for Same Money
Same (ioods for Less Money
^ Six Days in Every Week. ^
Come Quick Goods Don't Stay Here Long.
United States Mint Making Money
5 Stores 5
RED IRON RACKET
2 in Laurens, 1 in Greenwood, I in Spartanburg and 1 in Anderson, 5. C.
You run no risk here. Your money back if you are not satisfied. Return the Goods at once.
J. C. BURNS & COMPANY.
5 Store* 5