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Weak, Run Down?
Here's Joyous News
Wonderful ROOT JUICE, Will
Make You Feel "All MadeOver"
in a Week-Guaranteed.
Here's something worth kn ing, a
way to get more real joy and qleasuro
and comfort out of your life than you
ever dreamed was possIble--the joy that
is bound to come to every owner of a
sturdy, healthy, vigorous body.
Wonderful ROOT JUIC1] Is for peoplo
'who are weak, run-down,fagged out, netv
ous, sleepless, aplpettteless and the re
markable results it brings about in such
eases is the wonder of everybody who
ever tries it. You never saw anything
work like it in all your life.
Have you lost ambition, energy and
Interest in things? Do you get nervous
befuddled, rattled, cross. irritable and
cranky? Do you feel tired. half sick, have
lieadaches, get constipated, have back
"Iook At Me. Ten Onym Ago I Could
Mlurdly Mmrn- About. 1(04)T
.JUIC, Hid) It."'
itches, and weak or dxi'.y spells? )o you
have to get up att Itilht on account of
weak kidneys, have had dreams, imliges
tion, belch, bloat and sufTer after eating?
Do you have a sort of "Don't give a hing'
feeling, don't want to work feeling,
things look gloomy?
Brace up. You dI n,'t know what you're
mIssing. ldfe's i' .1ull. (one bottlet of
wonderful IOOT .lUICE, pure, safe, guar
antcet, omoey-hlack ROOT JUICE will
have you feeling like Nature hts givs'-n
you a new body nod a new, bright, activ:-.
happy brain. You'il see a difference' in
yourself in a week, ai wonierful iiile'r
ence. You'll feel better, brighter, stron;g
er, happier than you've felt in many a
IROOT JUICE h!m; th whole body. Tt
cleans ou the blood, regulates the lazy
bowels and iter, strengthens the stomi
nteh and he kidneys, tons up thnenev
ins system. You'll eat like ia wolf, Ien
joy what you (at and Liest what 1 'n
eat. Aued sleep? Yes. [itdeed, good, a tI
ural. restful, refres' ing sleep andI get n;p
in the morning teel- resh anid fit.
Come! iou're i t: yow'ettlf an injs
ti('e to go on Ios ':3 - s you I'o. I ive
this wonderful hoi ristorativ'e it week to
freshen you up. You're taking no chan:es
this time. ROOT JUICE has got to help
you, It has to satisfy you, rernember lhat,
and you an get hatC your money inst:tmt
ly if you want It. That's how good
1OOT JUIlCi is.
All good druggi.ts sell ROOT JUICH
at a dollar a hot 'ie and guarantee it.
You don't have to take a barrel of it and
wait six months for results oither. Un
less your cage is a rare exception you'll
feel wondertllr improved in a week.
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Com, t (.n'Qy>
$":r , .. 19 0 t~th .. 1 I. 54 t . . ." 'h
AS'K mttlii (NKi '3 Fiinih f: t.o RY 11O0K
Laurens Drug Company
Laurens, S. C.
Takce notice that Onl tihe 11th day of
March, 1 will render a final account
of my actif .mid doings as Adminis
'trator of' thad estate of Arthur V. Rod
gers, deceased, In the office of .the
Judge of Probate of TLurens county,
at 11I o'elock-, a.' mi., and on tAe Samel
day will apply for a final discharge
'from my trust as Administrator.
Any persons indlebstedl to said estate
are notified anfd requlr d <to fnake pay
ment on that date; and all persons
htaving clima against saik estate will
'present. them on or lbefore said date,
duly proven, or -be rover b)arredl.
-W. L. Rlodgors,
Febrwuary 11, 19i4.--1 mno.
POPHAM'S .ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instant relief and an absolute cure
in all cases of Asthma. Bronchitis, and
Hay Fever. Sold by druggists ; mail on
receipt of price 5m.o0.
Trial Paucage by mali 10 cents.
WIU.JAMS MFC. CO., Prop' , Cleveland, Old.
IJUIENS DE GO CO.
Laurens. S. C
Calls answered any hours, day or nighmt.
[LAUR ENS, S. C.
D~r. T. L Timmerman
People's Bank Building
L-aurens, S. C.
To Car-e ai Cottd in One Day
'l'.ke LAXA'TfVIC lnOMO QuInIne, itastops the
C-ogis and hiendachei ,xn'I vorlrs off the Cold.
, ugiSnita relmd mney~ C it falls to cure.
E. W- OROVE'O nlfhnsIe i 1achi haar. 25c
SHOT WITH PISTON
Offiial Washington ileceives Conclu.
silve Evidence. Slain at Villa's Office
Washington, February 28.-William
S. Benton, the British subject slain at
Juarez, was unarmed and was shot to
death In Villa's office, pistol bullets
through the stomach ending his life,
according to conclusive information,
which has reached Washington offil
While no statement to this effect was
forthcoming today, slackening of of
ficial interest in the proposed post
mortem on -Benton's body was evident,
the 'bolief being that the examination
would -be useful only in that it might
servo to supplement the evidence of
timid witnesses, who possibly other
wise would withdraw their oral state
Benton carried no arms when he ap
proachel Villa's oflice in Juarez, ac
cording to information; he spent two
hours waiting for the interview that
ended in his death, walking back and
forth In front of the office building;
he was shot through the stomach after
i" entered the oflice and received oth
er wounds afterwards, although the
first was mortal.
Method of Injury.
General instructions as to the meth
od of in vestigatio .be pursued were
today issued by t 'ite and war de
partments to thel' iresentatives at
El Paso. It is reafized that local con
ditions must determine the details and
only broad lines were drawn in the
It was not known exactly today
when the commission wouldl start for
Chihuahua, as that largely will depend
on the availability of the special train
which Villa has promised to provide
for the transportation of the party.
Secretary Garrison early in the (lay
authorized Gen. Scott, in coiimand of
the post at 1El Paso, to detail two
army surgeons to make a medical ex
a:nination of the body: and Acting Sec
retary Moore, of the State depiartment,
said it had been left to the collector of
cttsoms and the l'nited States district
attorney at l01 l'aso t select two rep
resentatives of the State department.
These representatives, it was said,
probably will be choan outside of the
Thie e xaminationl of llenton's body
will he conduetled by tile t'nited states
auit::ities, the British view being
that the responsibility rests on the
State deiim ri men.
The I liish anitbassador has taken
freqluent opportunity to show the sat
isfact ion his Government feels at the
attitulde of the St.ate department, add
ii" .mother tribute today to the activ
ity which ha's miarked the prosecution
of the inquiry, Sir Cecil Spring-ltice
spent al. hour with Actin;g Secretary
.lohn RItssett. Moore today, going over
details of the case, afterwards report
ing its status to the foreign oflice.
Ituior5 that tentative efforts have
been made by the Constitutionalists to
placate the British Government by the
offer of n money indemnity to the
wvidow proved to be groundless. At
any rate, it is certain that such proip
osition has been made to responsible
It is believed that when the facts
connected with the killing of Benton
are fully developed, unless Lb 'niled
States Government feels caller. upon
to (denmand reparation, tihe British Gov
ernment simply will docket the .
and place it on file, to he presented
to the future government of Mexico
for settlement when the day of reck
No answer has been returnedl to the
latest query from Governor 'Colquitt,
of Texas, as to whom lhe could address
arequisition for the surrender of the
Federals who killed Vergara, the Texas
WJHO (CARLES? LISTEN!
"Pape's Diapepsin" makes Sick, Sour
(ssy Stomnachs surely fecil fine In
Time It! In five minutes all stom
ach dlistress will go. No indigestion,
heartburn, sourness g'r belching of gas,
acid, or eructations f undigested food,
no dizziness, bloati fig, foul breath or
Pape's Dlapopslb is notedl for its
speed in regulatii g upset stomachs.
it s the surest, qI icikest and most cer
LaIn indigestion remedy in the whole
world, and besides it is harmless.
Mililons of 'men and women now cat
Lheir favorite foods wIthout fear
Lhoy know Pape's Dlapepsin will save
Lhenm from any stomach misery.
Please, for your sake, get a large
fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin
rom- any 4lrug store and put your
ttomach right. Don't keep on being
iiserable-lfte is too short-you are
iot here long, so make your stay
igreeable tI'at what you like and di
test It; enjloy it, without dread of re
)ellionl in the stomach.
Papa's Diapepsin belongs in your
mome anyway. Should one of the fam..
ly eat something which don't agree
with them, or in case of an attack of
ndigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or
tomach derangement at daytime or
uring the night, it is handy to give
the quickest, surest reliof known.
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'Princeton, Feb. 28.-Messrs. J. A.
Britt and and J. B. Wood of Clemson
college spent last week-end with
Rev. R. F. Morris spent Friday in
Mr. A. J. Sullivan was a visitor in
Mr. :M. L. Cheek spent Monday in
Mr. J. F. Davig was a business vis
itor in Polzer Wednesday.
Dr. and Mrs. G. C. Gambrell and
son, William Stone, spent Saturday in
Miss Maude Sharpe spent Saturday
in -Honea Path with. relatives.
Miss Lillie Kay has returned to her
home in Honea Path after a fortnight
Mr. Charles McCuen was a visitor in
ionea Path Saturday.
Mrs. Hattie Ridgeway of Toney
Creek is visiting her daughter, Mirs.
J. T. Mahon.
3l r. J.. 1I. lachen spent Friday in
MIr. and M's. Charlton Mahon spent
Sunday with relatives near Ilonea
Mr. Ryan Taylor and sister, Miss
Mary spent last week-end with rela
tives in Ione Path.
Mrs. .1. 13. Britt and daughter, Flor
ence spent Sunday in lonca Path.
Mir. Robert Taylor was a business
v: ltor in Laurens Monday.
Mr. Evart Taylor spent Friday in
Messrs. E. L. Ridgeway and J. K.
Saxon were business visitors in lonea
Chronic Stomach Troubles Cured.
'T'here is nothing more discouraging
than a chronic disorder of the stom
ach. Is it not surprising' that many
suffer for years with sun'h an ailment
when a permanent cure is v ithin their
reach a nd may be h d for a trile?
"About one year agj,' -says P. Ii. Beck.
of Wakcele, Mich., !"i bought a pack
age of Chanherlaln's Tablets, and
since using them I have felt perfectly
well. I had previously used any num
her of different medicines, but none of
them i were of any lasting benefit." For
sale by all dealers
* NEWS FROM YOUNOS. *
Youn gs, March 2.---This month be
gant in trute .\larci style. 'The Weather
though Clear. is about as cold as we
ever have, and the wind is blowing
Very hard. The snow is not <uite
The stork pa dOssed ' over lar~' t Wed nes
dlay atil left a line baby hoy at the
hon'' of .\r. and Mrs. W. 0. Sutton.
'l'wo of Mr'. Sutton's nephews from
Al::m 1wa ctne itt oit a %visit last cv
.\ir. .\uns5in Abercrombie took a trip
over into )ials township next to thei:
Greenville line looking after the road
business. While over there he visit
ed Mr. William Ahecrombie and Mr.
Mi'. M. M. WVall has just built a
much neededl brldge across D~urban
creek on the road from Mi'. Garrens
to Mr. W. P. Hlarris.
There was a musical entertainment
at Mr. S. I. Glenn's Friday night. The
musicians were Miss Lucile Cox,
Messr's C. E. Wilkie, Lewis Hammett'
lHen Wingo, Iriving Owens andi Iirving
Rliddnle. Those pr'esent weire Misses
Luelile and Jlenness CVox, Emma May
andi Jessie fluridett, Fannie Roderiek,
antd Lee anti Otis Gleitn; Messr's. Jno.
and Wile flurdett, Roy Smith, Car
roll, Worth and Gaston Abecirombie,
Alvit. atnd Irtving Riddle, Irving andl
.Tasper Owens, MIns. Raymond,. Wen
dell, Frank andi Yates Cox, Fr'ank
3ob~o, flen Wingo, Lewis Hlammett, C.
E. Wilkie, J1. H1. Abetrcrombie,' Frank
D~uckfoirtht, R. (1. Hlarris and Mr. and
Mrs. Mills ('ox.
Mr. Jne. Huirdett went to Enoree on
busitess Satur zday.
Card of Thianks.
We wish to express our gratitude
and sincere apprecIation to the many
fiends of Laurens county for the
kindnesses shown us dluring the recent
Illness and~ death of our beloved
daughter and sister.
Mr. and Mi's. T. P. Poole
HAVE PRETTY HAIR.
Thick, Soft, Fluffy, and no Dauniff
Use Parisian Sage.
If your hair is losing Its natural
color, coming out andI splitting, or
lacks that enviab~le softness, gloss and
beauty, do not (csspair-pretty hair Is
largely a matte4 of care. If it Is too
thin make it grcfw. If it is harsh and
brittle soften 4t~ up-litbricate it. If
you have dan nff it is because the
scalp is too dry and flakes off. Fresh
en up the scalp with Parisian Sage
all dandruff disappears,, falling hair
and itching head cease, your hair is
Parisian Slge, sold by Laurens
Drug Co. and at all di'ug counters, is
juist what you need-a large bottle
costs but 50 cents. It surely makes
the hair lustrous and seem twice as
abundant. You cannot be disappoint
ned in Parisian Sage.
5ooci s r s
Ifafe rtilizer dealer says
ls loyo u, askfoursQGfw1A
)?oi rG's is ihe -standard o
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Could you possibly ask for greater protection when
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