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F o R Because it Purifies
RUAD WHAT NOTED PCOI'Ln SAY OF
LIPPMAN'S GREAT REMEDY-P. P. P.
..,Dr. Alldredge, Regency. Texas, writen: Rabbi Solomon "of th $avannah Con.
It in tho les iig blond Uurltiei'." gregation. writes a ad doy en attacks of
Dr. Whitchead. Mctcalto, Ga., prescribes t alarial fer ei latin ifrom i week to ten
i. and with h. . V. coptely cured J. dna. I to k y , *tn. dhtno as a forlorn
II Davidson, who had s~uffered fifteen Ihope, but now culifess that P'. 1. P. was
years with blood poison and sores. a real benefit."
IT WILL HELP YOU, TOO-AT ALL DRUOCISTS-$1.00
F. V. LIPPMAN, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA
Have You Poultry Troubles 7
Cure the liver and you cure the bird. Nearly
all poultry troubles are due to a disordered liver. Bee Dee S T O C K &
l'housads of poultry raisers who use it all year POUt:rlY MEDICINL
rouud to keep their flocks in good health, highly Irottitlenddocurandolivr
recotlmctldclt'~ea. G3.ven ret vi irly
Q p with the tecd, in stli
STOC, & OUILit t doses, it also utakes au
Bee Dee STOCK & POULY xe
B ee ~~ Fe:xcl : . J. Stowe,
MEDICINE : Purcell. Okla.
It's a Liver Medicine.
Also a strengthing Tonic. 25c, 5c and $1e per can.
At your dealer's.
P. B. 5
$200,000 Worth of Real Estate for Sale! *
Store Roonlis oul the sitare; 1Livery' atd Salvs Stables;
lilaekxeksmih 8hop and 'l'oo; the (ray & Shlealy .\ Ihine
Shop anld sttlrrotulnding bluildiligs; City houses and lots. All
k inlds of farm ualds. Prices and teris right.
1 bu-t . and st-1 Sito F.. Auo write lih . and1 lire InsraInce
B. M. WOLFF
The Real Estafe Man .Laurenus. S. C.
BLEASE CALLS SEC.
Governor Mlakes lied Hot Speech to
Auiilence of 2,000 at Spartanburg.
Spartanburg, April 21 .--Governo
IBlease mnade a red-hot speech to anl
audience of 2,000 on the court hotise
lawn last night. lie denounced Set'
retai'y Garrison as "a little ptgnosed
Yankee," and declared he would nev
er COtmniclato with Ilim again until
.\Ir. gar'risoni admitted he had treated
him discourteously. The governor
tlso paid his respe'ts to Secretary
Daniels, saying he had proved hi:n a
I!tr. Mr. HIense denied stroaigly, how
ever that he was fighting the nation
a!I administration at Washington.
The governor explained his libel
action agalinst I'ditot' Moore, of the
C'olimbia liecord, and -called him
names which it might 1.' libellous to
:ulish. \\'illiamt I'. (Gonzales, t'niledl
States minaister to (tha, formierly edi
tor of of the Cumia S tate, and other
tronAinent newspaper m n alo amte
in for scathing derntuneintions.
.! hoof i n:aampmttent.
The crow? ow Governor Ilea: r
to natne hi: choie for i siriessor.
'htIe gz'o'ernoc, de tin':t i to so. b il
:miiti'ach'd to Is ieare'r1 to elect a
far a.r itssm. \ wer Ii ' (cceried.
.\r. lI!easc 'raid esplee'ul: at'ention to
t' e oro pos l iuedienlt insametion of
c hool childiren, en usi lil ory edu.a
t ;t anil the movent to r< :triot the
'ise of the ballot in litunwry election:.
Ito Strongly opposed all t iree propos-.
als. Ilie advoeat-d the Fot trier bill to
kelp white teachers out of negro
sel'ools. The crowd vigorotstl:: cheerd"cl
Governor lil ease address:i an au
dience of four or ive hundred farm
e's on the ccouart house lawn this af
ternoon. Ito told his 'iietnis to be
sre to attend the leatcratic pre
einct ('1u1) meetings, so as to thwart
the effort of th~e governor's enemies
to restrict the use of the ballot in the
)einoeratic primary e!e l ion this
Wants lIlenseite! Governor.
Speaking of the aet~in of Secretary
.hiarrison in taking away fron South
C:'rolingt the military ciamiamenit
whieh wvas to have been held at the
Isle of ae. ase said
'Mr. G;arrisonl had treated hii'Wis
coutleously and never had replied to
;is letter he had written the secre
tary. governor lenase said the only
people who were sort'y that the Isle
of Palmis was not going to get the
enca raymienit woro "blind tigers,'"
gaiblers and keepers of dives. I,
said the encamptnent would not be
anytlhi:g but "a grand drunk" any
wiy, and tie best people of ('hari'te
ton didn't want It.
The governor said he was proi of
his pardon record and had ab~out I 2n
'not'e prisoners to turn loose, in addi
tIon to more than 1.200 he had al
ready rele'astd. This was ctered by
Sparatbaburg, April 23.---G;overano"
Itloase addr aessed anf auditene of foutr
ori lIv e tin tdraed far'mi's on tho conurt
house~t lawni th: Iatrnon. lIe told
his fr ids t o lbe sure 'to t attenid Itih'
Demoratioctt pr'e Ilnet cli i ubmet'.nags soj
as 1o ':v~:ri the c'':o,' of the;c gover
l'5' cnr'ial '- to r'estri t l use i~. of the
halIlot. in thle D etmocatic primanry etec
ltin thi sum'n:ner'.
Speakitig of the neuloni of Secr'etairy
Ga trrison In taking a way f'rm South
whIch was to have titen bhitll at the
Isle of Palmiis Gover'nora Illetase said
Garison had ttrea'aedot tima d iscouirte
olisty and~ ne'vert had r'eliedI to ia let
tter he hado writteni the se're'taryv. Giov.
IIIeast' saIid thle on11ly elelit whlo wt'ret
orry3' thiat the it' tof Palmais was not
gain ig It) get thle enca t~mimentI would t be
any thinag but a '"grand tirunik" any way.
andil tie best lie)otle oif ('harleston
didn't1 watt it. The gtover'nora sa Id lit
was tiroudt of1 hIs pardon r'teordt anid
had abot one hundrcted antd twentty
mtore praisoaiers to lturn loose tan adi
dtIon01 to more ttini t welve huniad red lie
tias alreadnty r'eleasedl. Thbis was ('heteretd
I)y the crowd.
"TIZ" FIXES TIRED,
SORE, SWOL.LEN FEET
(ootd-bye sore feet, burn't ing * feet,
swollen feel, sweaty fee't, saelling
fet',t tir'ed feet.
Gbood-bye coi'ns, callonses, bunion s
anid raw spots. No more shoes tighi.
ness, no mote
limping tiith paIn
. ..ar face in ago
al, acts irigt
oft.h i taff 11p the
and forget y'ouri
footmriscery. Alt! how comfIortablo youra
feet feel. (et a 25i cent box of "'TI'"
ntow at aniy druggtst 0or dtepartment
store. Dotn't. suffea'. 1 tave good feet,
gl adt fet, ftet I that netver swiellt, never'
huri t, aitvter got Itit. A yeara's foot
cii omfot guartantiteed 01' money' refundi c
Soh! in jile ( na hie lcourione nonii ('t
IVNOtAN('E AND INSOL]N'E. *
* " " " " " * " " " " " " " " " e
IEditor of ''he Spartanbuirg i lerald :
"Supp)os a school physicanl were
oplposed by a man iIn politics. and
that nian's (lalglller---a I.1-year-old1
gli1r-was examnined by him; lie cotld
not only deprive her of an educntion,
but damin her for life by sintply say
"If I hii a dau1gher andl a school
d1octor' were to at'teiniut to exainie
oher without. Iny constlit. I would kill
hitl. If a citizell of Spartanlult;
w1ere to shoot dwi n a school doctor
who exantin.1ed his chibd whlenl he obs
Je:-tE'I to it, and if that citizenI wei
cov1Vlet d and sent 3Inced, I wouII
telegIraph~i hint a. par1donl a! f'ist i.
lig;htnlinp; cou:1 car'ry it.''
1his is pait of a speilc h--;1(o Ien
fr~oin inlmn(ry}---that I he(ari I Go.
('oil' .. 1(4,a' 111. in-fore thle 'oulrt
houlse in Sic"Irtanhu11rgr on .\pril :!'
191 . ('an the I'''ce of ignoirar t :1
dalt< ity :;o un i h '&' " iif'I:rlhp t ain :' i "
Tlo inlake tis ;p(e h' !'inl "i-.p atan i
where ined(i: ;:l inlsl"inion has b1,1'1
:;Ilece1 sfully I ." Coal i! ti.( ::e''o,.
and :1!(!'; lionat 1 111h11 e ;ar
le:ni'\ll ' by i, Is the1 lI-irht of
in olene'. We 1!ul Iiipills who twi1d
no)t .ei' we ,ll. ( 1!.! not. h' :- . i,
could not bre: .il:r properly, (:r h:.:1 i. -
r''gLia' eatf acti1on : many1 of it .
(I('(f'l s \w'1e nleve'r slsim'ct'd by til
mrl'ents, by% the ' h':ui'rs. or by the
(hihdiretn the Ins3le!'. It r'equirl an
ex3a1tinationl by a speci(alist. to I is
The hoard of n11ed(ic'al exr~n inlers
for I te Spartanhurg city schools wits
coiposed of three tuethers, anii, for
the governor's iifornIation, I will
state that one of h1113) Is a womiiiant.
and the other two nien. .\ copy of
the blank tsed in notifying prents
is hereto apiended, and it will le
seen that the parelnts a t'' refrred to
the fatnily physician:
t'his Notice does not Ixclude the
(1111d frmi school).
I)epnriunent of 1Iygil'ne---('ity iuhli'e
The )hysical exanmination of ......
alA- . I Inhi Ic school shows that
........ needs ne"1al attention for
the condition of ... ..........
an d we si' ggest that you plaf'e-. - - - - -
Itundr'i' the care of a physician as enrig''
as possible so that . .he will . he In
a hotter physical condition to con
tinue ........ s tudies.
Iespect ull y,
1oard of ledical I nspetor.
Ixattly 1,177 of these notileations
were sent to the Iparents of defeetive
Clild3rent in this city. Many of thetm
we're 110erinallently cured(, Somue :Ire
still weartting glasses, teachers ar'
haying inor1e Intelligent attention to
inetirable defectives, and muaking
school life iilea sani ter for than.
('haritaly:i dis!Iio(d ieopile waid for
the' I3tra (tiet of childrtenl whose 1ar1
('nts wereO poor'. Only otie 11arent ob.
jl'Cted to the Iitspiection in. ad(1vanIce,
a1in sh was0 Wa ChLitrist ian Scien tist.
a p pr iai on'1 5 0 a nd g tit u d e.i ''0 ((i Ihi l
WVhat doI theise paren't~ts thintk or
Glovernor' iase's aniarchiistic' speech ?
Are 3311y of thern disiosedl to shoot
the 3inedii'al Inspectot's? Will not0 the
high school gir'ls no0w gr'owtn, whot
were exa~ilined three0 year's ago, stat1e,
ini thitrt owni defense, thalt there wasl
nothing embharrassing 0or IndelIcate itn
I ask thiese riuestions be(caulse s01ine,
mien) whlOoe ('thi'eti had beetin l hon"
flied by3 those examIin tat ions were'
10t113' applaud toitig Governtor'11 ('3ase's
Tihie examinat1331ions were Cotndu ct idi
it the pr1iip'is olllee of eae' hutl1 1
Ig. Thr)1ee pup1 ils can e in at a II me4,
and(1 IIs iresenit at noear13 eve'ry (3
Wheni a man11 holdin11g the high '3lac'e
givenl G!overntor' lleas standi~s befor:e
a1 (ro(wd of eliti'zens andio dec(l ales t hatI
lie will telegr'aph a3 1iardlon to a1
3m133 whlo will shoot do~wn) a pulii
school pihys(iian 13) the per'lformance1(
oif an orinary dut13 1 Iy, hei Is I)rea1chintig
('01d- blooded mu)1rder'. If ther'te is a
lIttle sotnse oif shiitne or oifiwI olten&i
r'espionlsbility loll itn 8onthl Cartinats
as5 to setnd thtis man31 to thte senat31, I
believe thet thiere ar;e honest 11eni in
I halt body13 whlo will presvenlt hiis con.
firmtion113. Al any)3 rate, these fae!s
will be In th11'ir ossessIoni.
MONEY TO LOAN
At 7 per cent on improved
farms in amounts of 83,000
and up for terr -of five years.
No corn i~s 'ons charged.
Only act <~a expenses for'
prepar'atio~ of legal papers.
arolina Bon~d & Mortgage Co.
Union Bank Building,
Columbia S. C.
t I ,
Drink this '. 7
and be refreshed!
Sip by sip heres pure
fort-a satisfied thirst
-a contented palate.
Deiandi the tc nt:inc 1.v full nnine
Nicknamues encetirage substitution.
THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
Whenever ATLANTA, CA.
you see an i.
of Coca-Cola. if .
It Always Helps
says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In
writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's
tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use
Cardul, my back and head would hurt so bad, I
thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able
to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles
of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon
gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework,
as well as run a big water mill.
I wish every suffering woman would -give
The Woman's Tonic
a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad,
'and it always does me good."
Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness,
tited, worn-out feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman
ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui; tl6 woman's
tonic. You cannot make a mistake in'tr ing Cardul
for your trouble. It has been helping )eak, ailing
women for more than fifty years.
Get a Bottle Today! 64
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,
Rheumatism, Scalds, I.. S nr
Sprains, Bruises k. -_
and the ailments of your \ Hores
Mules, Horses, ~
Since 1848 the foremost
'Pain 'Reliever of the South.
Price 25c., 50c, and $1 a bottle.
Take this to your dealer and say you want
Mexican Mustang Liniment.
Are You Using Nitragin?
Your neighbors are using it and they say it increases
the yield of the crop to which it is applied, from 25 to 100
per cent. Besides this it cauces that crop to .tore in each
acre of ground from 100 to 200 pounds of pure nitrogen
for the benefit of the next crop. Nitrogen in commer
cial fertilizers costs YOU about 20 cents a pound. Use
.Nitragin and you get it FREE from the air. Apply it to
all yodi s Beans and other pod bearing or legume
crops. Can you afforcto pay 2 a'M.d for Nitro
gen when your neighbor gets ic FREE? a
Full information gladly given.
R. C. McLEES, Clinton, S. C.
Fording---the Universal recrea
tion. The economical Ford is
the pleasure car of thousands
the world over. It has made
the motor car servant of all the
people. It has given to the
masses the freedom of the
Five hundred dollars is the price of the Ford run
about; the touring car is five fifty; the town car
seven fifty---f.o.b. Detroit, complete with equip
ment. Get catalog and particulars form Summers
Garage, Laurens and Newberry, S. C.
Have your Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by
men who know how. You'll find them here at
E. V. FERGUSON
,Over H.j Terr's Store Laurens, South Carolinac