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HOW TO REMOVE FRECKLES
WiLon's Freckle Cream I? Pos
itively Guaranteed to
Do the Work.
Letters are constantly being- re
ceived by tho makers of Wilson's
Freckle Cream from prominent ladles
saying that they have at laut dlaeov
?red how to remove freckles.
Just because you happen to have
fraeklea Is no reason why you should
always have them.
Vre. M. J. Klvera wrote from Uerne,
Switzerland, saying: "If after giving
Wilson's Frackle Cream a fair trial
It does not cute your skin, there Is no
remedy for you. I always took the
best care <>f my skin, but freckled
dreadfully and coull get no remedy
until I found WU* u s Freckle Cream. '
On* Jar of Wilson's Freckle Cream
will oauso yoi r truckles to perceptibly
Cade, and the second Jar will entirely
The druggist is Instructed to return
your money to you if H doosn't do
Just what wo claim for it.
Try a ar today. You'll be delighted
with Its fine effect on your akin. If
your druggist cannot supply you, send
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Co., Charleston, B. C, and they wilj
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NOT TO INTERVENE.
In Spite of Serious Uprising In Cuba
the Government Thinks It can Cope
with the Situation.
Habana, May 26.?President Gomez
today sent a cablegram to Preside.' t]
Taft In which he protests In friendly
but Iii in terms against Intervention by
the United States. "It is my duty to
say that so serious a resolution alarms
and hurts the feelings of a people
who love and are jealous of their inde
pendence," he says, after reciting
that he had received from United
States Minister Beauprle a noto In
forming him that the Washington
government had ordered a gunboat to
Nipe bay and a strong naval concen
tration at Key West in anticipation of
possible eventualities; and also in
event that the Cuban government was
unable to protect American property
it was the intention to land forces for
President Qomez says the govern
ment is doing its utmost, having with
in four days sent 3,000 troops by land
and sea to crush the rebels in Oriente,
and in that short time having restored
order In all parts of the Island with
that exception. He also says that
9,000 rifles with ammunition have
been distributed to loyal citizens and
that the government is prepared to
flood the comparatively small distrib
uted section with regulars and volun
"I appeal to you," ho continues, "as
a loyal friend of Cuba, respecting her
rights, that you will be convinced that
this government is capable and suffi
ciently supported by the valor and
I patriotism of the Cuban people to
deul promptly with a few unfortunate
and misguided persons without reason
"If you understand these conditions
you will perceive that It is not the
part of a friendly government to con
tribtue, under such circumstances, to
the embarrassment of a government
and people such as those of Cuba,
placed, It is true, In unfortunate con
ditions, but not lacking in its meth
ods, patriotism and courage."
Up to a late hour tonight President
Qomez had received no reply to this
Carrying Out Plans.
Advices from the scene of the
military operation Jn Oriente pro
' vlnce are meagre. The troops are
still engaged in carrying out the
[ carefully laid plans of Oen. Meo
| dieta to envelop t)n- rebel forces^
close in on all sides and compel a
decisive combat. In an engagement
last night between regular under Col.
Maenad", and a band of rebels, several
of the latter were killed, two captured
and the remainder dispersed. The loss
to the troops is not given.
The Cuban government tomorrow
will have fully 3,000 troops of all
arms In the province of Oriente, most
of them facing the main bodies of the
rebels under Ivonet and Estenoz. It
Is reported that Estenoz has pro
caltmed himself president of the new
republic with Ivonet as commander
ln-chlef of the army of vindication.
The insurgents are reported to have
adopted a flag of blue with white
Moro troops were rushed to the
front from Habana today and also
many carloads of ammunition and a
large consignment of rifles, the latter
intended for distribution among the
plantations and to the loyal citizens
of the many towns within the zone of
The corps of 800 veterans, organ
ized to proceed to Oriente under com
mand of Gen. Nunez, will not go at
present, the military authorities hav
ing declared that there was no need
of assistance. Anothor reason for this
action Is said to be the confusion
which might be expected to result
from the fact that almost the entire
corps is composed of officers, includ
ing many generals.
President Gomez has received a
cablegram from the United States of
fering the services of 000 cowboys to
fight the rebels. The president re
plied courteously with thanks for the
offer which he declined.
Starts for Oriente.
Oen. Monteaguedo will start for
Oriente tomorrow to take command of
all the government troops. The prov
inces of Jinar Del Rio, Habana, Man
tanzas and Camaguay are reported
quiet. A skirmish has taken place
In Santa Clara, the caaualltles being
two killed. Strong patrols of rural
guards and police nightly guard all
approaches to the capital, scrutinizing
closely every one coming into the city
or leaving It.
The women teachers of the scat
tered BChools in the Racuranao dis
trict have petitioned for the closing
of the schools. They are taking refuge
In the town of Guanabacoa, but the
attitude of the negroes there is be
coming . threatening.
The Habana papers unite in prais
ing the patriotic action of President
Gomez In sending a cablegram early
this morning, to President Taft pro^
testing orgaiittet Intervention by the"
United Hiaici, Gen. Gomez points out
that there la no necessity of such ac
tion In view of the brief period since
the revolt began and because of the
ability of the Cuban government to
cope with it.
The Demons of the Swamp.
are mosqultos. As they sting they
put deadly malaria germs in the blood.
Then follow the Icy chills and the fires
of fever. The appetite flies and the
strength falls; also malaria often
paves the way for deadly typhoid. Rut
Electric Bitters kill and cast out the
malaria germs from the blood; give
you a 'fine appetite and renew your
strength. "After long suffering," wrote
Wm. Fretwell, of Lucama, N. C, "three
bottles drove all the malaria from my
system, and I've had good health ever
since." Best for all stomach, liver
and kidney ills. 50c at Laurens Drug
Co. and Palmetto Drug Co.
Enjoy an evening of delight by wit
nessing "Valley Farm" at the Opera
Mouse Friday evening. Ix>cal talent
local hits?specialties. General admis
sion 35c, gallery 25c.
* WARRIOR CREEK. *
Warrior Creek, May 27.?The farm
ers are taking advantage of this pret
ty weather and are using all means to
conquer general green.
Mrs. J. A. Fowler Is still Improv
ing. Her many friends hope to seo
her out again real soon.
Rev. L. S. Shealy filled his regular
appointment Sunday morning at elev
Rev. Homer Owlngs of China will
lecture at Warrior second Sunday
morning at "eleven o'clock. A large
crowd 1b expected out to hear him.
Our "plucky little team" crossed
bats with Watts Mill Saturday after
noon, Watts Mill taking the first game
and Warrior Creek the second, score
of five lnings twelve and two in favor
of W. C. The W. C. lads hope to play
them again In the near future.
Several of our young people attend
ed the Children's Day at Prospect
Saturday. Among those who went
were Messrs S. C. and K. Bascom
Brownlee and Mr. George Little. They
report a very pleasant time.
Miss Margaret Stevens and brother,
Wogord of Gray Court, were the guests
of Miss Erllla anu Bascom Brownlee
Mr. Jas. T. Browrlee is still con
fined to his room but is some better,
at this writing
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Conarmed testimony forms still
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W. H. Franks. 60:"? Chestnut St., Lau
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Rabun, May 28.?As It has been some
time since we've had a hard rain the
farmers are getting on nicely with
their farm work.
Mr. E Babb visited Houston Babb
Mrs. Lizzie Cheek, after spending
nevorni days with her daughter, Mrs.
Anna West of Poplar Spring section,
returned homo Sunday.
Mrs. Melvina Abercrombia spent Fri
day with the Misses Abercromble of
Mr. Calvin Anderson was In Laurens
Saturday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bolt of Shlloh
section visited Mr. and Mrs. Pleas Bolt
Mrs. T. F. Babb and daughter Miss
Mae visited Mrs. Nancy Owens Satur
A number of young people were out
driving Sunday evening.
Mrs. Rebecca Owens, after spending
several days with Mr. and Mrs. Clauds
Wasson of Friendship section, return
ed to her homo Sunday morning.
Lame back is usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles of the
back, for which you will find nothing
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