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WHENEVER YOU NHE
A GERAL TONIC - TAKE GROVE'S
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally
Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver,
Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up
the Whole System. For Grown People and Children,
You know what you are taking when you take Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
as the formula is printed bin every label showing that it contains the-,well known
tonic properties of QUININ1; and IRON. It is as strong as the ,tfongest bitter
tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria Chills and Fever,
Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives d vigor to Nursing
Mothers and Pale, Sickly Children. Removes Biliouess without purging.
Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to action and
purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete Strengthener.
No family should be without it. Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean it. 50c.
Dr. Wyche of Newberry Suffers Para
lytic Stroke. Both houses Adjourn.
Columbia, Feb. 7.-While ho was
presiding last night over the house, as
it wat in the midst of a determined
filibuster, C. T. Wyche, M. 1)., of New
berry, speaker pro teiporo, was
stricken with paralysis at 9:20
o'clock, when he was in the act of
rising from the clair on the rostrum
to announce the result of a vote on a
motion to adjourn. After a recess of
10 minutes, during which I)r. Wyche
was given medical assistance, the
louse by unanimous consent adjourn
ed until today. The senate also ad
journed when it was informed of the
illness of the speaker pro tempore of
As soon as an ambulance could be
suminoned Dr. Wyche was taken to a
hospital in Columbia. J. A. Ilayne, M.
1)., State health oflicer, one of the phy
sicians who went to the hospital with
Dr. Wyche, said that his left arm was
paralyzed and that, although he was
resting quietly, it would require some
time to determine the seriousness of
Soon after the Sanders bill to en
join and abate houses of ill repute was
taken up by the house last night, Dr.
e:,.; Speaker Fmith's place in
the chair. i'r,. - mnC bers of the
house spoke on the Sanders hii, tha
last speaker, Mr. Liles of Orangeburg,
moving the previous question, which
cuts off further debate. Mr. Welch of
Richland moved the house adjourn
Dr. Wyche put the motion on the pre
ous lquestion. Before he announced
the vote \1r. Welch raised the point of
order that he had made a motion t(
"The chair can not recognize a miem
ber who does not rise from his seal
to address it," said Dr. Wyche.
Alr. Welch hastily sat down, ther
arose and moved that the house ad
journ. The opponents of the Sander:
bill demanded a roll call on this mo
tion as part of the filibuster pro
gramme against the bill.
While the roll was being called Dr
Wyche sent word to Speaker Smitl
that he was feeling unwell and aske,
him to take the chair. The speake
hurried to the rostrum, donned hli
robe and came out of his retiring roor
just in time to partially support DI
Wyche as he fell backward when h
tried to leave the chair.
'. C. Wyche, member from Spat
tanhurg and Dr. Wyche's son, was on
of the first to reach him after he fel
"The house will take a recess for
few minutes," announced Speake
W. .T Jones, M. 1)., member from
Creenwood; J1. L. Bolt, M. D)., membe~
> from Pickens, and .J. A. lMlayne, M. D
State health oflicer, who was on th
loor of the house, hurried to the ro
trum to assist )r. Wyche. A. 3. al
terson, M. I)., senlator from Barnwel
~and J1. Ii. Black, M. D)., senator frol
lHambergCi', arived,( a fewv minutes laten
Dr. Wyche was carried iinto (lie speal
"Th'le chair requests that uinder (1
circuimstanlces seime membier wi
move that thme house adjourni by unal
imnous consent," said Speaker Smnit
Safter the house had1( been called to on
TP~c motion wvas quickly madle, a:
thie house recoeded at 9:30 o'clock uni
'10 o'clock this morning.
Boware of Ointnmentsq for
C'atarrh Thaut C'ontaiin Mercury
as mercury will surely dlestroy
sense of smell and completely deran
the wvhole system whein entering
through the mucous surfaces. Su
articles shold~ never 1)e used exce
onprescriptions from reputable ph
sicians, as (lie damage they wvill doC
ten foldh to the good you can possil
dlerive from them. H-all's O5atar
Cure, manufactured by F. J1. Chien
& Co., TPoledho, (,/ontains no mn
cuiry, and is tak finimternally, acti
dir'ectly uponi (lie blood( and1 mu1cC
surfaces of the system. In buyl
llail's Catarr'h Carme he sure you
(lie genuine, it is taken interna
and1( made in Toledo, Ohio by3 F.
Gheney & Co. Tlesti-muonials free.
Sold by diruggists. Price 'ihc per bi
Tlake 1hill's Family PIlls for conm
'Thie (G. S. & A. Hnndiuiles ai Larige Sh
-A train 10oad of 7-4 Ford cars y
dl~iveredl Tuiesdlay by (lie electric lI
to .1. I. Chipley's F'ord Auto I
change, Grecenwood, S. C. 50 m<
lFord( carsm were also handled at1
same (ime by (lhe C. & W. C. 1
50outherni. Thiiis is said( to lie (lie la
est shiipmentii of automobiles to mll
South. it is r'eported thaut tihe F
D~ealers in this section have soldl o
100 ca rus ini 90 days.-A dv..
Dr. T. L. Timnmermne
People's Bank Buildin
I asrensS C.
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*What Proilteth It a Man If li *
* Vote For "ils Friend" and *
Cripple Ills State. *
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Editor The Advertiser:
I notice that there are two bil1 of
great moment before the legislature
at the present that are iale to be
imlade use of in campaigns to come
by politiclans who climb by pulling
others lown rather than upon their
owvn merits. The two bills are the
Primary el form 11111 and the Bill Po
Uibiting White Teachers in Negro
Now Mr. Editor, I want to ask the
people 9f Laurens county if -they do
not expect, to hear some candidate
come out on the platform and attack
some opponent as a negro lover just
because he votes against that bill?
Perhaps it will not- be in Laurens
county but some man will be accused
of being a negro lover just because he
was opposed to whites being prohibit
ed from teaching the negro. Now let
us consider this: Does the .man who
makes the accusation beliove what he
has himself charged? No, he does not
and his own conduct will prove that he
-doesn't. Our ministers, or the great
er portion of them, are opposed to
the bill; our owa denominational pa
per, The Baptist courier, Is opposed to
it. And yet, if any one of these min
isters or Dr. Cody should come about,
the man who attacked his political op
i)O1en, oi . .would be glad to be in hl
presence unle;3 he felt too cowardly
and bad to be comnrtable there. Now
is this not a fact? Wo 11 he evei
think of making such an !(cam l.tiio
against that man were he not his po
Now then, why has this man mnad
an accusation that he knows deer
down in his own heart is a falsehood'
It is evidently for a purpose, is It not
Woll, what purpose is it? How will i
help hiim? Will it give him any ad
vantage over the other man? If so
how? I am persuiaded they (1o not
Then you say how is it that it does no
_ hurt that man to tell a .falsehood or
another man when the people know I
to be false? That is the thing I too
want to know. I want to know wh:
its s that a man In South Caroling
r can get up before the public an-d ac
Buse the newspapers of "cussing" him
and accuse his opponent of being on
of -their pets and a negro lover and
friend of the corporations and carr
the crowd with him without one pal
ticle of foundation for a word uttel
ed. Now, every m1an1 who knows a1n3
thing knows these things are true.
ask in the name of'humanity how lon
can they exist andl why do they exi:
today? Now again, I have seen 'th
'printed statement of some membeil
r of our own legislative members ol]
this week where they said it was al
solutely ,imposl).ble to pass any la
that would give us the power to hol
a fair prismary election in the state
South Carolina. Now I am not mal
ing iny attack on any member of tI
rleglslaturie oir any1 one elise but I wail
to know wvhy it Is that we Cannot l
ally means have a failr electionl in th
State? Then wh~y is it trule and1( ho
may13 wve ever remiove the coniditionl?(
ougiht the cond~itlonl to be remiovaed? I
hthle majority of the peCople of the sta
want a prlmary' of graft or oneC thlat
fr'ee? is it inmpossibie to Pass las
Ithat if enlforced wlold nlot bring I
most any13 reCsult we diesiired? If su<
is the case lawv is nlot thle great linstr
menit. I c'onive~' it to be.
Alr. Editor, I thinik it is hligh tir
thait liltics 1had( some11 alterationl.
hie is ti'me for the peoplhe to awake tilel
hI mnake them thle tool of the selfish Po
pt ti('ianl for self alggrandll/izeent. It.
y- timle we wvere 1 akinlg tihe goverinmel
ithe Instrullment liv whieh thle peol
w'l~er'e upl)1ifted and benefited and1( 1101
oy thing for' men~ to speClate in. 1200.
i- think and think soberly. Who is
"ig that bears tile burdi'cen of bad govet
menawt? Is it thi.s piolitlin? Is It I
et newspalper y'ou are try'ing to spite?
113 it tile other fellow overli therie cIt
3by whom yeou do not like? No. it
your msel f. If 3you have any13 proplel
just as muchl ps ally other. TIhlnk
ti- thiis in al1 youri dealinugs. Evenl
youI hav'e not sympilathy' wlth~ anyc
il. 1se, y'oiu shou11li e actua~ited to (10 1
righit thing froim sell15ishloti1ves.
, long to see the day' whien 110 man c
u it huimself 1'In 01lice by raising
iIgh ty bowl ahout. nioth Inlg,
re .l* 1 3'
he Ilandr'm, S. C'., F'eb. 7, 191- 1.
rg- llo'rribhe liloichecs of Eczemia
we QuIckly cure'd by Dr. ilobsoni's
?.CIzoma Oit mencit. C. P. Cald well, of N
)id( Orleans, Ia., states: "Miy dloctor
ver vised me to try 'D~r. I lobson's Eczc
Salve.' I used three b)oxes of O0
imenit and~ three cakes of 1 r,. ilobsc
-*I)erma Zemna Soap. Todlay I have
a splot a nywhere oii my 1body3 andi
I i say I am eured." 1t will (10 thl 51s
for y'ou. Its sootinlg, hlealing, anti)
tic0 actIon will rid you of all
hu11mors, blackh'ends, 111mplpes, FMezi
blot ches, red unlsIgh tly sores,
g leaves y'ouri skill clean anld heal
Get. a biox today3. (hiaranteed. All di
igist.; 50e or by inail.
Pfeiffer (Chenucal Co.,
ilhii n ihin 0m- t. 1muis.
F 0 R Beccuse it Purifies
BR1AD) WHAT NOTED iPEOPLE S~AY Ok'
LIPPMAN'S GREAT REMEDY-P. P. P.
r. Alidredge, Itegency, Texas, writes:, .Rabbi Solomon, of the Savannah Con.
It Is the leading blood purifier." gregailons, writes: IHad neven attacks of
Dr Whitehead. Metcalfe, Ga., prescrihes Malarial fever lasting fron a week to ten
it, and with Y. 1'. P. completely cured J. days. I took your medicine as a forlorn
H. Davidson, who had suffered fifteen hope, but now confess that P. P. P. was
years with blood poison and sores. a real benefit."
IT WILL HELP YOU, TOO-AT ALL DRUCGISTS-$.40
F. V. LIPPMAN, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA
To make his Watches go
faster he has set the prices
down and that will wind
them up very quickly.
Better Come and Get One.
Reliable Jeeler Laurens, S. C.
ENGINEERING AN TRACTING
Special Attention to Lan .Surveys
McCRADY BROS. & CH FS
Office in The Bank of Laurens Building
We are fully equipped, both by experience'nd
in material equipment to meet every requirements
We would be glad to confer with anyone desiring
the sub-division of lands or surveys for any pur
poses. Letters and telephone calls will be promptly
g attended to.
McCrady Bros. & Cheves
Laurens, S. C.
' I Startling Exclusive Im
provements Mark the
le Ste -Starter-Selective Two-Speed-Double Brake Con
a trol-Double Control of~ Free Wheel --Folding Foot
asBoardb.-Ful-Floteing Seat, and Other Imnprovement8.
it Step-Starter Starts Machine With Rider in
"- 'the Saddle and Both Wheels on thec Ground
i s 12Eiii 1914Harley-Davidson is mar:ed-for the innovations -
se it presents. Innovations, but not ex:periments, for every
is feature has stood the ge't of mn thi and months cf hard
t y road service. TIhe S~ep-Starter-an e'xclusive featu re-fur
or nishes the only prictical method of starting a motorcycle.
U If the rider accidentally stalls the motor it is no longer necess~ary to hold -
ultp tralic on a crowded Street, find at level place In tho road, get off In
ne the mud, and set the mnachine on the stand to start it. A downward
heo push on either pedal and the tuotor again begins to throb.
Seetv yoof Two-Speed Flig~oLBad
it of~ t pe hor 1 re i t el to b e y r nslyln pritn ra
slmplo and wonderfully effielent. Its hegto herdrahi vroe
hosd id e the roar hnb,tl us avoid- th graobeto tohe rday
are select ve a th ~ er ca shift odnr a. Wt h aly
neutral at any time whether the ma-. ie stl rsotIeI o ocdt
chin Isstad~n stll o inmoton, Fssmeng Fnomorbl Boarsio
OW Te nw llarly-Dvldoa fand Powthe hrydasc ve foyebardte
llroe ma beosrntd by foo l eight lrofthen riet is ovend rcomes
ad on the right~t~o o foot board o ybck tne d uilto t o weit thf
l~ft edmilg pneithe peda, th rdern footw n wo coethaled
lit srinr sin tlall orrse nfrcd tob
IIc- Doubleae Control reWelfte u oruhras
not Fre Whmel onto ier e r ate bleverReinm t
a a doringot.Wthr bidal.risonte Oethryusrboimrvnnt
.me ~ oueControl of F lrle-aeon.heel o
Cl) Cll, pone o writ for dvanc annuc-Flotesiing t
kin dtailtho any nw feture of t te19in eatucces ive rmt
thSe rHIeLEYetweenwoS Con.e
.. J. S. MACHEN
Real Estate Laurens, S. C.
City and Surburban Property and Farm Land.
One new seven room cottage near Watts Mill.
One four room house with four lots included, near Watts
Mill for twelve hundred and fifty dollars for quick sale. House
and lot cost more than price asked. Reason for selling, party
owning moved to lower part of the state.
3 1-4 acres on Farley Avenue.
2 acres on Farley Avenue, a bargain in both of these lots.
Good building sights. - t
One two story house, well constructed of best maten il on
One small store room and good size lot on corner Fleming
and Mills streets for $600.00 cash.
One two 'tory brick building on East Main street with fine
shade trees. In good neighborhood. This place can be bought
for $3,000.00. The buildings on this lot worth the money.
100 acres farm land with necessary buildings in two miles
of Princeton at $20.00 an acre.
100 acres four miles south of Laurens near New Prospect
school. This is a good farm. Price $2500.00.
343 acres near Clinton. This is a fine proposition for mak
ing sonic money.
50 acres fine farming land just outside city limits at $65
65 acres near Barksdale Station. '
110 acres in two miles of Ora for $2509.00. Lands adjoining
sell for forty and fifty dollars per acre.
One acre and 6-room house -ou East Main St., near Min
eral Spring at $3,000.
One 8-room house on Laurel St., at $2,500.
. e 8-room house on Laurens St., at $2,500.
Inc 15-room house on South Harper St., near the square.
146 acre farm near Trinity Ridge school. Fine neighbor
hood and best school advantages for the man who buys this
30 acres in half mile of city limits at $55.00 per acre.
AN ANNOYING BREAKDOWN
is apt to occur at any time to
-any style or make of carriage,
hut. the chances of an accident
- are greatly lessened if you have
us inspect your running stock
regularly. The wheels that we
- place on carriages last longer
t. and run better than the other
kind, for they are built right and
- put on right. We are expert
mechanics at our prices are
reasonable. Let us put your
- carriage shape.
J. D. SEXTON & SON
LAURENS, S. C.
Our Southern Friends are Proud of Mexican Mustang Liniment
because it has saved them from so much suffering. It soothes
and relieves pain soon as applied. Is made of oils, without
any Alcohol and cannot burn of sting the flesh. Hundreds
of people write us that Mustang
Liniment cured them when all ;
other remedies failed.
The Great Family Remedy for
Sore Throat, Colds,
Cuts, Burns, Backache,
Sprains, Bruises . -
and the ailments of your
.Cattle, Sheep. '
Since 1848 the fremost -
'Pain 'Reliever othe South.
Price 25c., 50c. and $1 a bottle.
Take this to your dealer and day you want
Mexican Mustang Liniment.I