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The Internal Pains
Women who are weak, nervous
and discouraged brought on by the
painful ailments peculiar to their
sex, should use
A Woman's Remedy
It possesses the power to act
directly on the weakened parts,
conveying renewed strength, func
tional activity and regularity. A
woman who Is struggling along
under a burden of pain, weakness
and distress soon feels its bene
ficial effect In a revival of Inter
est in her household duties and
the strength and energy to per
form them without exhaustion. It
puts the system In perfect order,
the result of which is a strong,
healthy body, a cheerful mind and
a clear, rosy complexion.
Sold by Druggist* and Dealer?
C.f .SIMMONS MEDICINE CO.
AT. LOUIS, MISSOURI
LAUREN S DRUG CO.
Lanrens. S. ('.
B. R. TODD *
Engineering and Contracting
Land Surveys a Specialty
Concrete Work Skillfully done or in
Drawings and estimates of all hind.
Telephone No. 346
Laurens, S. C.
N. B. Dial. A. C. Todd
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Luw
Enterprise Baak Building, I.aureus, S. C.
PRACTICE IffyALL COURTS
Sweet Potato Plants
Nancy Hall, Red Providence and*.
Porto Rico Yams.
I can fill your order promptly,
for any quantity. $1.75 per [,000
over 10,000 at $i.fiq per 1,000.
I guarantee plants true to name,
and delivery in golfd condition.
W. W. MORRIS,
Tort Green, Fla.
HOW TO RESIST
\ (Chronic Coughs and Colds.
Strong, vigorous men and women
hardly over catch cold; it's only when
the system Is run down and vitality
low that colds and coughs get a foot
Now Isn't It reasonable that tho
Tight way to cur?; a cough is to build
up your strength again 7
Mrs. Olivia Parham, of East Dur
ham, N. C, says: "I took Vinpl for a
chronic cough which had lasted two
years, and the cough not only disap
peared, but It built up my, strength
The reason Vlnol Is so efficacious la
auch cases is because it contains In a
delicious concentrated form nil tho
medicinal curatlvo elements of cod
liver oil, with tonic, blood-building
Chronic coughs and colds yield to
Vinol because It bull da up tho weak
ened, run-down system.
You can got your money back any
time If Vinol does not do all w? say,
LAURENS DRUG ( 0.
Lauren*, S. C.
0H1CHESTER S PILLS
UW^y^ TIIK UIA.UOM? liltAM?. ~
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SOLO BY DftMGISTS FVFRYWHt RE
Drive Sick Headaches Away
Sick headaches, sdvr /gassy stom
ach, Indigestion, biliousness disappear
quickly after you take Dr. King's New
Life Pills. They purify the blood and
put new life and vigor In the system.
Try them and] you will be well satis
fied. Every pill helps; every box
guaranteed. Price 25c. Recommended
by Lauren.-; Drug Co. and Palmetto
Piles! Piles! Piles!
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will euro
mind, Bleeding* and itcljliiK Piles. It ab
sorbs the tumors, alhiyi Itching at cut
sets as a poultice, Ylyefl Instant rollet.
Wilhams' Indian PIlAJointm. >nl is ,,1 -
pared for Piles and Itehin? of the vriva'.e
KrtM. DruxRists, mall DOc and M.OO.
LUAMS IrtHL CO.. Proof.. Cleveland, Ohio
LAUK?NS DRim v,<>.
Laarens, 8. C
Flames in Kansas Penltentlury Cause
Loss of $500,000. liest uf Order Pre
Lhngsing, Kan., April 12.?Fire that
destroyed four large buildings and
caused a loss estimated at $500,000
in the Kansas penitentiary today, was
Bp road by convicts who scattered
burning papora In buildings not in the
path of the llames, according to a
statement by Piro Chief Michael
Haider of Lea ven wort b. His opinion
w;is confirmed by some of the prison
officials, The fire started when the
armature of a motor in the twine plant
suddenly burst into flames. The State
carries no Insurance on its structures.
'?Several prisoners told me of seeing
other convicts lighting bunches of pa
per in the old building known as the
furniture factory," said Chief Battler.
Warden J. K, Codding said be bo.
lioVod it probable that convicts had
fed the llames.
Prison officials made every prepara
tion for mutiny and Langsing and
Leaven worth wore thrown into excite
ment, fearing an outbreak; but the
convicts preserved the best of order,
hundreds of them assisting In t'lKht
ing the llames. Their efforts were re
sponsible for saving the building OC
cuplod by women prisoners and the
The women were taken out an.I the
insane convicts transferred to the coll
house. ThO building was ur.ly slightly
The scene of the greatest excite
ment was in the insane ward. 1 T.O feet
from the twine plant. The llames
sV'incd to throw panic into every in
mate. Thoro were fit) insane convicts.
Kxclted by the sight of th( llames. the
prisoners screamed and w th clenched
hands beat on the iron bars of their
The maniacs set up such a commo
tion that Warden Codding was forced
to move thorn to another part of the
ptjison. This removal was accom
plished with the greatest difficulty,
many of the prisoners having to be
dragged out by their guards. A num.
her of the patients fought their rescu
Six prisoners and one guard were
burned slightly. S?ix hundred con
victs, who were working in the prison
yard when the lire started, were not
locked up but called to aid in light
A dozen prisoners in the boiler
rooms of the power house stayed at
their tasks, keeping up steam for the
pumps, The prison's one ancient lire
engine was out of commission and the
pressure pumps of the water system
had to be relied upon.
Huts Hair on Your Head and Keeps
What's the use of being bajd? What
sense is there in deliberately allowing
your hair to turn gray?
Do you want to look old before your
time? (live up the thought; old age
will come all too soon.
Look after your hair. Parisian Sage
will kill the dandruff germs, and Is
tbi" only preparation, so' far as we
know, that is guaranteed to do so.
Mail or woman, no matter how old
ybu are. Parisian Sag/ will make you
Why not go to Laurens Drug Co.
and get a large bottle today, it only
costs ."ill cents, and your money back
if it does not cure dandruff, stop fall
ing hair, or itching of the sca'.p. It
will make your hair luxuriant, bright
and beautiful, and it Is the most re
freshing, pleasant and in vigorating
hair dressing made.
Cnrd of Thanks.
We use this means to thank our
neighbors and friends who hoi pod us
during and since our recent/fire. Your
kindness is very much appreciated.
.1. L. Crawford and Family,
Clinton. Hounte 3,
State of Ohio, city of Toledo,
Lucas County. ss.
Frank .1. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of
F .1. Cheney <fc Co., doing business in
the City of Toledo. County and State
aforesaid, and that said linn will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for each and every enso .of Catarrh
that cannot he cured by tho* us.^ of
Hall's Catarrh ('lire.
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th /lay of Do?
(ember, A. I). 1886. i/
? Seal i A. fw. Oleasnn,
Hall's Catarrh Cure i?vtaken Intern
ally and acts directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system,
Send for testimonials, free.
F. .1. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists, 75C.
Take Halls Family I'll Is for con
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have you overworked your nervous sys
tem and canned trouble with yo^lr kid
neys and bladder? Have you .p/tins In
? lohn? side, back and bladder? \l/v? you
a laliby appearance of tho fareAMnd un
der tho eyes? A frequent deslrcr to pass
urine? If so, Williams' Kidney Pills v/lll
O'jie. you?Dr-iiKKlst, Price 60c.
(VIII JAMS MFG. CO., Prop*., CloveUnd. Ohl?
LAURENS DRUG CO.
Laurens, 8. ?.
Lisbon. April 12.?The farm work
lias been going right along until yes
terday when the workers were stop
ped bj a good ratn which was very
much needed. The farm hands, both
white and black had a tough time try.
Ing to plow where the ground was so
bard from the continued rains in the
winter and spring, also the poor mules
and horses, the fanners are very much
behind. Some corn has been 'planted
but very little fertilizer put in to this
date. In HMO your correspondent had
planted his bottom corn and planted
Iiis Individual crop of cotton by the
above date and his hands finished the
I'.ttli. We may plant some next week,
but that is to he seen.
Tin; main is very promising. More
corn is going to be p.* an ted this time.
We all are getting very much Inter
ested in more corn and less cotton.
We are out among the sticks, but we
are reading more, we are learning
more, we are studying more, our In
terest as to our future welfare. Will
you be surprised to know that some
of tin' farmers in this community will
not buy a poUnd of meat nor a bushel
of corn this year if nothing happens
to what they have on hand? What a
country we would have if every farm
er had enough food stuff to run him
year in and year out, these cotton
buyers would he coming around every
week, asking you what you will take
for your cotton. Then we could Im
prove our houses an I farms and make
the country life one of the happiest
lives in the land.
The fruit crop is going to lie very
short this time, we are sorry t > re
poi t hut Homo us nave planted mel
on seed already and hope to have
plenty of melons as other fruit will
This is an off year in politics, but
you would think if you did not know
better that we would have an election
in August. 1 hear of the different men
mentioned for state and other offices.
Your correspondent was in another
county a lew days back and this Is
what a man said who had been in
Washington looking after a job:
"When I was working for a man who
I considered my friend.' Do all you can
old boy. if you will, help to return me
to Washington. All you will have to
do will he to command me.' I com
manded him hut there was nothing
doing. They seem to he too busy In
Washington to give you much aid."
You may look for some of this same
crowd InNlOH, when they get on the
stump. They will appeal to the dear
people to send them hack as they
have some unfinished work that they
would like to finish and aside from
that, "I am able to do more work and
better work than a new man and for
that reason, you ought to send mo
hack to congress." Some of this same
crowd have said through the press,
"We are not going to have an elllclent
man turned out to put'in a Democrat."
Now let vis give you our version of
the matter. These hoys who have been
posing as Republicans to hold oillee
in South Carolina should get out, and
let the Wilson crowd have what right
ly belongs to thom. If our represen
tatives do their duty, we will have
democrats to IUI these places. This Is
the third democratic president In fifty
years and it may be our last one for
years after "Wilson serves his four
Miss flarrett's school will close In
two weeks. Miss Garrett has boon
elected to teach the school again and
wo hope that she -will accept, as we
lind her very efficient as a school
teacher and would he hard to dupli
Farm arid Garden.
Our New Descriptive Catalog
is fully up-to-date, giving descrip
tions and full information about
the best and most profitable
seeds to grow. It tells all about
Grasses and Clovers,
Seed Potatoes, tfeed Oats,
Cow Peas, Syj? Beans,
The Best Seed Corns
and all other
Farm and Garden Seeds.
Wood's Seed Catalog has
long been recognized as a stan
dard authority on Seeds.
Mailed on request; write for it.
T. W. WOOD & SONS,
SLLDSME.N, RICHMOND, VA.
Notice of Teachers Examination.
The regular spring examination for
teachers Wlll.be held in the court
house, FridaylyMay 2nd, beginning at
0 o'clock. "
OEO. L. PITTS,
38-3t Co. Supt. of Ed.
THE MAN who stands in our Shoes will stand
right socially and publicly. He will wear good look
ing, perfect fitting comfortable Shoes?Shoes of indi
viduality with brains built right into them by the most
skillful Shoe Makers in the Country.
The smart high toes, the medium toes and
the new receding toes with low
flat heels?all are here.
Button, Lace or Bluchers. Leathers of
dull Calf, Russia Calf, Kid and
the New Tans!
$3.50, $4.00, $5.00 to $6.00
Clardy & Wil$on
THE SHOE MEN
Have Your House Wired at Cost
OR THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS
we will wire your house for lights AT
COST. This means the ACTUAL COST
of time and material.
The offer is open to only those living
in the City of Laurens.
This work will be superintended by
an experienced electrican and is guaran
teed to meet the requirements of the
National Board of Underwriters.
Call at once for terms and estimates
Sullivan Power Company
J. E. HARNEY, Superintendent
Laurens. S. C.