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F o R Because it Purifies
READ WHAT NOTED PEOPLEM SAY OF
LIPPMAN'S GREAT REMEDY-P. P. P.
Dr. Vldredge. Reency. Tes, writes: Rabbi Solomon, of the Savannah Con.
"it is tho lending blood purifier." gregation writes : "Had seven attacks of
Dr. Whitehead. Mecalf.. Ga., prescribes Mlalarial fever lasting from a week to ten,
it. and with P. 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 l P. was
years with blood poison and sores. a real benefdt. " b
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wriyn rofler eSine iyuee Cardu, the woman's
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to Get a afm houswrAtter Toai e .ote
Angry Crowds Surround Court Room
mihcn Ofl~cIiis of Selgal. (I)epairb.
ment Stores and Savings Bank Face
New York, March 11.-While Lien
ry Siegel, head of the department
stores in New York, Chicago and
Boston, was testifying today in a
riotous bankruptcy hearing, the grand
jury that has been investigating the
failure of the Siegel stores in New
York and the savings bank conducted
in connection with them, returned
three joint indictments against him
and his partner in the banking en
terprise. Frank E. Vogel.
Siegel and Vogel were arraigned on
the charges and later released on
$25,000 bail each.
Three hundred angry depositors,
who had been forcibly ejected from
the bankruptcy hearing, hunted
around the federal building for Siegel
in vain. At the time they were look
nor were standing before Judge Ro
salsky pleading "not guilty" to the
Grand Larecny Charged.
One indictment charges Siegel and
Vogel with grand larceny, in that
they made false statements to the
Bank of Commerce in order to bor
row $25,000. The others alleged that
the two bankers accepted deposits
when they knew the hank of henry
Siegel & Company to be insolvent.
Siegel testilled at the bankruptcy
proceedings that he did not invest
any capital in the private bank that
bore his name. lie got about that far
in his testimony when Miss Jessie
arlLlitin annouin'ed thaut she had a
right to represent the depositors at
the hearing. She was urged to re
main quiet. When she refused to do
so she was led from the courtroom
by Uinited States 'la,rshal lienk1*l.
Three huindred depositors, sta nding
in the corridors, also were put out.
They gathered in front of the window
of Marshal Ilenkel's ofilce and shout
e'l threats of violence against Siegel.
Slerel Turns Pale.
It was a little after 3 o'clock in
the afternoon when one of District
Attorney Whitinan's detectives .tcld
Siegel's counsel that the indietments
had been returued. Ihe lawyer Iean
ed over to Siegel an(1 whispered the
information to him. Siegel turned
pale and from then on stammered
out his answers to questions put to
Siegel and Vogel were taken to the
aglotnd floor of the court. building in
t private elevator, that they miight
dodge the mob of depositors. Wt en
I t' ir arrived before .ludge losal
iky both appeared dazed. Attorneys
tn'It'erd a Lplea of not guilty for the
two iuen. They were then g iveni one
w(eek in which to withdraw the pleas
if they so desired!. After having their
blil accepted, both men left the
(ilur. Neither would talk. The in
(lie tmtent s hy ito miieans ndis(1 the prio
eedinugs of thle grnid ijury. It is al -
leged thxat ant in vestigation by the
dlistrict at tornecy's otile has dlisclosedl
dliscrepancies of nearly $2,000,000 be
t ween the books of the Siegel stores
and.4 ban king ent Ierpr~ises and thle fl
nactoial statement usrud as a basis of
additional credits befoi'e thxe failure.
it is said the total of the discrep
ancies may even reach a hiighor figur'e.
RETIRED) (EOROJA PLANTER'S
AD)VICI4 TO IDINEY SUFFERERS
Regardling the wonderful curative
mteits of your Swamp-Root, I cannot
say too mxuchl. After suffering severe
13' for three years or more with severe
pains causedl by wealk kidneys, I was
finally induced to try Swamp-Root
through a testimlonlal I read ini one of
thxe newsptapers. I was in such a con
dlition that I was obiligoed to arise from
smy b~ed sIx or eIght times every nighat.
I purchased a tlfty-cent bottle and be
for'e it was uisedl I felt so much irelief
that f Purchased a one-dollar bottle
anid by the timoe this was taken the
o11ld ains had loft my back and I could
sleep the whole night through. I am
a r'etiredl planter, 70) years of age, andl
I amt in th best of he al th and feel
like a 40oy. I am al ways glad to rec
omumen&f S anmp-Root to those who
are ini no(gd >f it.
Personally appearedl before me, this
8thm of Septemb~er, 1909, C. N'. llssery,
who sublscr'ibedi the ab~ove statement
andl 'mlade oath that the same is trute in
substance and In fact.
Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham
ton, N. Y.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size
bottle. It will convince anyone. You
will also receive a booklet of valuable
information, telling about the kidneys
anid bladder. When writing, be sure
and mention the Laurens Weekly Ad
ertiser. Regular fifty-cent and one
dollar sir.o bottles for sale at all drug
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LAXATIVE~ BROMO QuinIne. It stop. the
Cough and Headache and works off the Cold.
tDrugglsta refund monley if it fatts to cure.
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CLINTON MAN PRINCIPAL AOTOR
IN TRAGEDY ENACTED IN
('Continued from Page Three.)
Mills in the spinning rooms but was
in the oflice when the shooting occur
ed. I was standing talking with Mr.
Cain and saw an automobile coming
up to our ga.o. A man got out and
cane into the house and saluted Mr.
Walker, Mr. Walker saluting back. Ie
asked Walker to let him see him for
one minute and Walker arose and
went into the hall. Four or live shots
were then fired, I being able to -see the
last shot. It was done so quickly I
could not see the others and Walker
wias not snaking an attack. The
wounded man lived four minutes.
There was no evidence of a pistol
Upon cross examination Mr. Roddy
testified as follows:
"Walker made no statement, but
said 'Oh!' one time as I had him In
my arms. Walker had his left arm
about the- stranger's neck when I first
saw him. The stranger had a pistol
in his left hand, shaking hands with
Walker with his right, the shooting
not being simultaneous with the
handshaking. I am not in the office a
great deal and did not know there
was any trouble up. I know nothing
of the oflice pistol and saw no pistol
on Walker's body. I picked Walker
up and laid him on h's back."
Tom Adkins being duly sworn testi
flied as follows:
"About 10 o'clock this morning
Sergeant Noe told me a gentleman
wanted a public service automobile. I
met the mitan at the corner of main
and Washington streets and 1 agreed
to take himt to the Carolina Mills for
one dollar. 1 took him out to the
Carolina mill and stopped at the mill
gate. lIe said I needn't cut the engine
of my machine off but turn around as
he would be back in a few minutes.
lie walked int-> the office while I tuirn
edi the car armand. I heard four or
live shots tired. In a few minutes he
cam'e out and told m to take him
to the sheriff's oflice. Ile said as he
got into the machine, 'Well, I hope
I've got him.' lie said nothing more.
lie told me not to go up by the South
ern Railway police station but itake
the back streets. We passed Chief
Hlolcombe on the street, but lie told
me not to stop. I turned down at the
Imperial hotel and went to the court
house by way of Miellee Avenue.
There was no one at the court house
and we went on to the jail. Ile paid
ie .inid I left him, being back to,the
corner of Main aind Washington
On cross examination Adkins said:
"Ile told me lie wanted to go to the
sheriff's oflice after lie came out of
the mill. lie (lid not say who it was
he shot. I did not see the shooting
and lie did not say anything to me
while we were going to the mill. lie
seemed to be a little excited going
back, but not much. I (id not see the
pistol in his hand."
I)r. .1. B. Earle being duly sworn
testiiled as follows:
"I made a plartial examination of
Ihe, body and futind a gunshot w'oiunid
ii. the left side of the chest, about an
*i'eh an( a half above the mediim line
and two inches above the nipple. In
probin It lead almost directly through
the body. glancing a little downward
in the direction of the heart, I feel
satisfied that tine woind was smillicient
to have caused Ilhs death. lie had an
other woumi about the medium line,
below the line of the nipple. This
woind was in the shape of a but toil.
The bullet had missed the buttons and
made a ill mpression upon the skin. not.
l(nring the body. ''hie blito was oi
his iiidei'vest and not, broken. The
tiulitet hiol e was through hiis vest anid
tolp shiri'. There were two bullet holes
in his clothles. There wasR no w~otand~
ab~ouit the hands. There were considl
er'able powder b~urns where the bulleit
entered his body. I saw wvhat I sup
luosedh to be a buillet hlole in tne plas
ter of 'time wall in the- offiee. I reel
satsiled that the woundi( was sufliclent
to have causned death without further
'Piniicetonl, March 1 4.-RHev. Ti. F".
Mlorris splent Tluesdiay in Ilionea Path.
Mir. andi Mrsi. IR. I. Arnold spenit
F'ridiay In Ilina PathI.
Mr i. andI Mr s. Franiik D~avls andu cliil
drien, Franky andt Ireine silent last
week-end ini Gr ieenwoodl. While thei'e
Mr us. D~avls un iderwenit aii operation
andI retuirnedl home Sunday. She is do0
lag iiely now.
Mr i. William Arinol d spent Satiirday
in linea Path).
Mrs. N. A. Moni'oe has etn ed
hlome after' a pileasant. visit with relai
tives in Iltna Path.
Cap lt. .J. Ii. Ilumb(llert spien t Sa turd'ay'
Mr i. aind Mrsi. .1. l'. All en and1( da ugh -
ter', Illelen of I lenf Pathi sipent a few
hioiuris hiere Mloinday.
Mr i. Clifrton IDa vis anld MIiss Abbute
Trayloi' bothI of thiis pIlace wer'e haply 13
mlarried1 at the parSonge her'ie last
Wednesday afternoon, R1ev. Ri. F. Moi'
Eiekapoc Worm Miller Expels Worms.
The1 cause of your child's ills--the
fetid, offensive breath-the starting upi
with tei'ror and grinding of teethl whIle
asleepu--the sallowv complexlon--the
dark cIrcles under the eyes-are all
indications of worms. Kickapoo Worm
Killer is what your child neetds:-it ex
pels the worms, the cause of the child's
unhealthy condtliton. For the removal
of seat, stomach andi pin worms, Kick-I
apoo Worm iKiller gives sure relief. It'
laxative effect adds tone to the geiierai
system. Supplied as a candy confec
tioiin-chiltdren like it. Safe anti sure
relief. Guiarantcetd. Tiny a box today.
Price 25'c. All druggists or b~y mail.
Hickapoo Indlin fled. Co.
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Are The Cheapest and The Best "
We always have on hand a stock of home-made wagon and
1)1ow singletrees, one and two horse plow beams, doubletrees
and any wagon repairs you may need.
Buggy tops recovered and repaired on short notice. Don't *
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WHENEVER YOU NEED
A GENERAL 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 on every label showing that it contains the well known
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Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nursing
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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. Soc.
With the passing of the sombre shades for winter wear the
eye is relieved by the appearance of the brighter tints for
A full line of I)ress Fabries just opened. A mong the dif
ferent weaves shown, Crepes and( Ratines have an equal
ehance fir pol' anrity. These all come in new colorings. While
1any11 other attractive fahries are shown.
An ('11d1tes vaie p ty. \ inl Wash h'':lthr ies, G iniglum inis, (alatea
A very ebolire line in plain and fancy White Goods for
dresses or waist In g.
The Nat ion stoc4k is r eplete, embracing the very latest novel
ties for neekw~ear.
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 6ting the flesh. Hundreds
of people write us tha~t Mustang --
Liniment cured them when all
other remedies failed. t
Thle Great Family Remedy for M M MM
Sore Throat, Colds,
Cuts, Burns, Backache,
and the ailments of'your
Mules, Horses, MA 11E
Since 1848 the foremost
'Pain '!?jlicer of the South.
Price 25c., 50c. and $1 a bottle.
Take this toyour dealer and say you want]
Mexican Mustangr Liniment. )