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Is Your Skin
Out of Order?
Rff yu suffering from any of the
fo I lowing skin disorders? Aene,
PimlleqTetter, ,Isect i tes), Salt Rheumo,
Dandrulf, Ilives, Ringivorni, Itching
Piles, Iteh, Ivy Poison, larher's Itch,
Red No.e, Erysipelas.
If your skint is ou-t of order, ito matter
what the cause, Ex-Zena-Flo, the color
less, odorless, non-'c-staining liquid Vill
quickly bring relief.
x-Zema-F, is atn etlectual einollient
which soothes as it heals, and it has a
record of results frot coast to coast.
liIundreds of letters constantly come
to us full of praise and thankfultess
for this wonderful remedy. which has
couitless times cu red seemingly hope
ts cases of (1he wurt kind of Eczema.
That is why we stand ready to make
his olfer-we know what Ex-Zema-Fo
ill do --and we want you to know it too.
The, coupon l I.,w ii or your cnno -ni twc
-lit ut a n t in aIl;.l it Now-b-foui you t1u1in
;.-; pist'. Yuir (ull sam. ! bottle will roach
aI 'liuoiilly wittioutt a ynny cost or oilijigt
. i. M.1il tilw couiipoll Now.
0 WW Cll Cut not til coupon and mail to ---
* torvoidChornoloaiCo., Brooklyn, N. Y. I
I han- nu (Ir trid Ex-Zumt- Po. P a I
supiuply IIIu- w i t e package lr '. I
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For Sale By:
LAURENS DRUO CO.
Laurens. . C.
Specify No. 68.
DR. J. H. MOORE,
Physician and Surgeon.
Diseases of Women
Children a Specialty
Einterpriae.'Bank Building. Phone 22
N. B. DIAL A. C. ToDm
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
Eiterprise Bank Building, Lunrens, S.C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Money to loan on Real Estate-Long
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
rives i nstant relief and an a:iohtiti cure
in all c;ase!s of Arhma. IPrnch lit. nvd
i fay FTever. Sold by drugLtiu nut : oil
receipt of price I.oo.
'l'rlil panrtag iy a!! la cents.
WILLIAMS, MoF. CO.. Preos.. Cleveland. Ohio
LAUIRENS D11UO CO.
L r ,S. C.
Undertakers and Embalmers
Call& answered any hours, day or night.
LAURENS, S. C.
Piles! Piles! Piles!
tWill1ias' Indian P'ile Ointment will cure
.iinLp, Blet-dinig andl Itchting Piles. It ab
aorlus the tumtaors. allaysc Itching at once,
acts as a poultice, gives Instant rellet.
Willilqams' [nrlman Pile Olnment Is pre..
parea for P'iles and itching of the private
pair:.. rntgglitst, mail 50c andl $1.00.
WILLlIrna MFO. Ct)., P'oos., Cleveland, OhIo
sJAURENS DRlU(G 4).
La'~rena,. 0 .
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practlee in all State Courts,
prornpt attetion givenito all business.
I l'ecti e A pril l16th, 19141.
Arrivalsu from D)eimrtu res for
Rimrt canbutirg Splart an burg
No. Timie No. TIime
.'' 7:50( A. M. 2 7:00) A. M1.
fl 10:00 A. M. 4 8:1.5 A. M.
7 11:40 A. M. 6I 10:15 A. M.
1 l:45 P. M. 20 11:55 .-..
25 :3:15 P'. M. 24 2:35 P'. M.
17 5:65 'I. M. 12 4:00 P. M.
19 7:20 P. M. I4 0:30 P. M.
21 6;3 .'P. M. 18 7:50 P.~ M.
2:1 11:59 P. M. 22 10:40 P. M.
Arrivalu from Decpartures for
(Green wood and Green wood and
No. Time No. Time
4 8:10 A. M. 1 6:00 A. M.
6 10:10 A. M. 3 7:50 A. M.
8 12:*t5 P. M. 5 10:Q0 A. M.
*10 2:46 P. M. **7 11:40 A. M;
12 3:55 P. MI. 9 1:45 P. M.
14 5:25 P. *M. 11 3:06 P. M.
:16 7:50 P., M. 15 5:35 P. MI.
?22 10:40 P. M. 19 8:30 P. M.
(*) Vrom Anderson only.
(**) To Anderson only.
C. . ALIE,
Genera! Pasenger Agent.
now that, white Imlen have growin so
su1iciouis and uns1'crullols. The
honors and emoluments of ollice are
so great that inevitably human sel
fisilness and greed will cau1se men to
nct the rascal.
Vote on Club Members.
"On the day of tlle eldetlon no man -
not enroll:'d acording tb these rulzs
sholi(d be perm'll) I tted to vote. livery
ballot wheln deposited in the box
should be talimlped and Ilte voter's
naie cheeked off the club list. show
Ing that he 111s voted once at. that
precinct. Hiber stamps for this
purpose should Ie provided by thile
county executive committee. ' The
stampin g of the hallot will preven
voting several tickets at once so fold
(ed together that they will fall apart
after they have gone in the box, or
he taken apairt. by the nuagers when
the'ni go to collit thein. This wiay of
stuffiig the hal lot box was used
thiroglioiit. ilie state whieni it was Iee
vss4ary for us to cheat the negroes, a1s
ialy of our older citizens reiember
Well. Indeed, I say without lesitat lon
that. the lesso' wev learned in '76, '7S
aned 'SO, uliil Ihe c"ight box law" was 4
enacted, are ' returning to pester us
niow. Illiri iecessity forced Its to Iuse
om.r braiills to ciretunivent ignoirat niie
glos. We fit the vital iiecessl Ity thue
to) oil cviiliza tion to prevent igno ranat.
semii-ha rbarlols niegroes from eont.rol
ligi our affairs. It is of emital im
portaice! now to prevent unser I* uliii housi
white inca from cheating their fellow
ctizeis and robbing theml of their
"I pelhap 11mr luin any other e0110
11111, amil responsible for ou r plreseilt
ipriinary systeiii. I wrote tlie colsti
tlion of tle Denllorati party, and I
wrote most of the rules and reguila
tions goveriniui the priiary. I, there
fore, am an old haid -at this businiess.
and Iin iiig been charged with being
responsihle for present Conditions, my
a ivive should 1ave weigh t in pointing
olit the rei'edy as I iiow see it.
Held iikh Opinion.
"I alvays felt. tird white ieii wouldi
he abi ove clieatiing thelir own brothers
and that S1ou1h C'aroliniis were too
honlorable an1d vleanll to attempt, suchl
a thinig: but 1uidnhipy experiiee has
showin the falsity of Ini coiiltionce,
an1d 1 1!1n t'Tingo to makeli 1-irepar tionl
2s best I canl.
"\i'al thei lte c'olventit'nl ilets
aniti'i;4 11 that pride of aiihiorship 5
an.: . a tim will (.:Ius( . very 11.1pro
trac't ed debalite. Nv(.r.y I:'n awhio has
a sIlihme - :Ind who has not ?-wil
w:Itnt his :ehentel to be donlted. I
do not v!aim ta::It the suiggest ions I
m1:1ke ale prfCt, but they aire the 4
1.4-t I h v;'e be . ab1e (o thindk of at
lS Ime. ald I feel sure t.hat if aduoo -
pfl vmnd-ario-l out they wIll finiwrovo
coniton ion; il tihe '1 itat 'io 1oni14h that
i wIll be vwe lon) Ime. i ever'. he
ore v. livi furtihe-1'r trioublule wih oi l
"it is 1 mo-int :unt 11h:0 we' sloti H
iin ' :: m t o' inneh or tike lt re --
if!i ionu ---o rict or laboriu s adil
[-,lI' ,I it wi'l 14-1md to ke'i'ni men
froml enr ili-d"p. withl thll vondiit Ins.
\iiiii Oriu' iV : h i'er t it i n itlity
andl E(hiA' I hI a th. can h It
cnmlin. ::mpl it is; .11lli-it. -;hould~
"T111E GRE.\TEST lil11NEY E.1MEDY1
ON EARTil," SAYS A (H.\T'.
FUL W1OMEl N.
I wanut to tell you how much('l goodl
yourii 8'wani 1-Hlto did( me. About fouir
years ago. I suffered from what thle
doctor01s calle id Ii tuul a and for two
yearis of that. tine, I endu red wh'lat 110
ton~glie can tell. I also had inflammia
tion of thle bladder anad I truied dcor 1s
miedlicines without. receiving ainy help1.
Somelonle told iie about Dr. K(1 iler's
A fteri gi vinig it a thlorough triia, I,
4'Cdived clief, so kep ( on (l using it a lnd
tooday I am a strong aiid well womlanl.
If I ever feel badly 0or oiut of soirts, I
take Swatiip-Hoot and it always
str'aighutens ate ouii. I hionestly beclleve
that this mledilcine woul uri a' ll Itroiu
biles you r'ecoalumend~ it foi' and it Is
a dleasurie toil mte to scnd my testi
mionyV and1( phloogr'aph 1o y'ol. I think
I a'. K\ i'''s Swvama j-11o0t is one of the
greaterst and it'lnes oni earith1.
West Maini St. Portland, Ind.
Susrie and sw~orna to before mfe
this 12111 day of Ituly, I %ll).
0;~ A\. Den nett.
Notary P ubli.1k
Letiei' to) Dr.' l iimer & to., Huingi'amu
P'rove What11 Swamap-Rloot Will1 Do For
Send tcen cents to D)r. i~IImer' & C~o.,
Iinghlamntoni, N. Y., for' a samllde size
bottle. It will I onvi~Iince anyi~one. You
will a lso ''reclie a hook let of v'aluha~
ble inftormai~t ion, telingut aboiit the kid
nmoys anid bladdier. Wh'len writinag, le
still and untieitonl the l.aurenis WVeek
ly Advertiser. llnegular tifty-cent anid
oiin'-dollar' size mottl's for' sale by all
('ia t ion for1 Let ier~s oif A.\diimist rat ionL
State ofi South C'arolhlia,
County of L~aur'ens.
I ty 0. G. Tlhmoiiplson, Proatelt tJu 1dge:
Wherea'as WIlli I10'. Jlones and I (attic
W. J1. May01' lade suit to nio to gr'aunt
them Letter's of Administr'ation dle
buonis nlon cumt~ testamento annexo, of
tihe estate and( effects of Mary C. Jones.
These are therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular tile kindred
and creditors of the said Mary C.
Jones deceased, that thley be and ap
jpear' beforo me, In thle Coiirt of Pro
bate, to be held at Laurens Court
Ilouse, Laurens' P. C. on the 26th dlay
of May, 1914 next, after publication
hereof,, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
to show cause, if any thley have, why
the Raid administration should not be
Given trnder my hand this 11th day
cf May' Anno Domini 1914.
0. G. Thompson, f
J. P. L,. 0.
We're Going to The*Best
So they say! We've won the repu
of the Town! Many People ar
Some go into the first Store they
pair of Shoes the Salesman says "]
attracted by the price, alone. T
will come here and be correctly fil
pay a fair price, and be happy evet
Shoes for Men, for Women, f<
Men's Shoes $2.00 up to $6.00
Women's Shoes $1.50 to $4.00
BETTER SHOES AT ANY PRICE
- O r
Nine tracts of land belonging i
and near Barksdale Station will be
bargain in every one of these tract
(1) -The Glenn Place one mi
Road containing 236 acres.
(2) Creswell Franklin or Kno
to Goodgions Factory containing 2
(3) Second Knob Place join
(4) Permelia Shockley Tract
(5) Nathan Barksdale Tract <
(6) Catherine Putnam Home
(7) Part of Catherine Putnar
(8) The Bill Armstrong Place
(9) The Mitchell Place at Bar
rens Road containing 126 and 1-2
On'e concrete store room at Be
House and lot of Anna C. V
Featherstone Place on West Main
The A. J. Taylor house and k
Nice Bungalow on South. Harp
S. S. Boyd Place on East Maii
One house and lot in town of
Thad. Nelson house and lot oi
Four Hundred acre farm near
R. A. COOPER. President.
-Shoe Store in The City
tation of being the Shoe Store
e careless in buying Shoes!
Pcome to and take most'any
'IT."' Other Shoe buyers are
Is is folly. The safe buyer
;ted with the best of Shoes,
or Children, for Everybody
Soe r in The netCie ioty
leio of Greingille Shoe Storen
incoe tatk cotaniny3
cIOntnin Sho buresar
ilacs foly.in The safereuye
nt wPthace estng of Shoes
* WIL amtnSONet
J. of MACENilec and Lareas.
8tN. TILLMAN ON
Washington. Alay 17.-Senator Till
mnan has the following to say con
cerning the primary: (
"The leai appr'oachI of the State
Convention and the importance of its
expected action emboldens me to give
expression to some opinIons oi the
subject of safeguarding the primary.
I deem this more necessary because
I know i shall not be able to attend
the conveution lin person. and I have
received lninny letters asking my ad
vice in this crisis. Almost every
South Carolina newspaper i see has
soiethiiig to say about this all -ima
portant subject, and there are scores
of semesor propositions, as to
how it ought to be dole--somie good.
some h)bad, some Indifferent. and nany
entirely impracticable and unjist.
It will he rein m he red that just
alter the last primary two years ago,
cries of fratud went u11p all over the
state and the exectitive committee did
not declare tht le reslt promptly. ThI' is
(aused intensie anger oil tl pa art o1
the suilorters of Governor iiIease, tts
they bliel lved t here was an effort be'
ing ntade to chea't him: and I raised
iiny voice in 1no inicetlaila way urgiing
promptiess in Investigating and re
porting the results of the electionl, 'ail
thuis reli'ving tihe suspense. ''lhe gOV
rorwinlydhired thle nomine1(,(
of tle party arid thiitgs iliiietl( down.
"We lilve another primaiiry COmII
iml,- on in \uigust, '1n1d there are
11mnv thiirnIeiiitis of nIIIen il Ile stIt(
who holdly avow the pui,10Os lt-%er toi
talke part InI the primary* tgilu
('ss th're are11 somt'e stfeguards th ronVI
arounid it to prevent frauid and cotr
itiption. I lave given ihe sub iject
iich Itlought and veienltre to make i the
Party Must Act.
"It is a pily tile state legislaturie
did not d'al with tihis question and
settle once for all by law' tihe regilla
tionns that are to govern the primary;
but Governor l1lease by threats of tli('
veto, aid wilh tile powerfri iniflience
lie weilds preveited any action, tlieie
fore, the patrty uni1st. act, if anythinIIg S is
to be done: and tlhe white ni of' the
state luad .lust as wVell rIealize thai unl
less somilething is done this will bie oir
last Ih-mocratic priliry of white mien
only. TuIe s prol:ihiliti's tre. Ihe al
inlost. inleVitable consequlence's indeved
will b a liahit to a linish inl lhe Nove:II
her- election, with1 the nlegrov., holina;'
the balaneec of power and thus conl
"I Ia n vs a1VI :1! enera141'l prjinIciple,
wich o it e1 s 1 t n4rioin i 1t inIl displit'
safely. or ob.iect to, tlat evry while
'llmocrat who is e'itiled to vote un
dt'r. ti.h rties "It(d regllhtion; 4:f Inhe
pary should ho allowed41 to Vote onc,.
ainid one' only itnd Ihat th:t vote2
.ldiit he coutei'd holrn-stlv alil tle
resull dochired promptly. No dvceInt
or lionit iian' wants to 'hea an
othier) whilte ma1n out of his riiht, to
artci illi the ;-rmnent111,. anl I
n1o pl:'it t ('sirelbs r uything hill fair
"hay :1aA eiliy of righ.0 Let
IV(,r'y white man it 1 h:ive1 tin- sIaie
chanlco.; as anly otherl white 111:n, ri. 11
or oior, high or lowi ii 10 tin a
jority ru'. That is lIe('oera(CV, Or
Tillm!.:rnisi as I halve tar i it, :111d
he who woui not, hrit conh-nt to libido
byv sin h in e.e lion is no pA riot 'umd
no lh.!njocrat (1ilber. Oilr tr1mle i-re
Lofore, and~ ourl troulble this year, if
we h1:1\o tr-o hh-, will be dishonest. :1nd(
paudd (.1ub1 rolls and s4tilft:I hallot
boxes. h'li club rolls we lihiv niow atre
old and have not been revisell ot cor
r'eeted In a long wh'lile. Our polties
have ben'i riunning aloiig in at jog tit,
lreacefll , way, and dead men's namties
are oin thre ('lub lists. ab lsent Iecs who
have moved''r a way ar'e on the e,:zb lists,
anld the rnamres of mie): -;iom nobodly
ever saw aund cannot hind are oni the
club lists, This is a frunitiul sottree
of fr'aud, and( (ittr firist efforit should
hie to get an absolutely ntew enrollment
of the I )emuoe'ats wh'lo itr'e en tiled to
vote underl'i the i'ules oif thle Ipaty3.
Make liolls Publice.
anyv manr wh'o thinks abtoiut it, after
the newv rotl ls areC made(I up - iC an IhiIs
shtouild be done by a giv'erndate thley
shorilId lie filIed in sarme con vientii
lilace wh'ler' t hey 'ani lie iex~iinedri'( to
detect if there has been an f1' rauid
pra'ictied( in lacning niaiines oni threm.
Twvernty days shroiuld emlpse bretweeni
the fIling of' the roils and twhe primny
and nt ry~ of no nitmre be arllowead atft er
lire per'ioI l ixed. No naime sl4'ld4 Ire
put on thre r'oll Iunliiess the ( vo(ter aiPpili's
in pe4r'son or sr'nds witteln iiuthority
asking that, his name lhe enrolle'd.
There shori Id lie thr ee club I rolls, tine
copty to lie seal to the cotuty chaiir
mrana, aniotheri copy to the 1lerk oif
('ourIt and1( the third copy13 i'mini ithI
thle secrietary3 oh' thte Clu tiIas a r'eg isI ry
list to groveirn on the day3 of' thle pri
mlary3 eet Ion, No ma::n shioruld beal
IowedI to v'ote whlose namre has not be'in
Cenrol led ini accordacl~re wvith thle abhove
"'If the mnoaey can hie had, ii would
be wellI to have the elubi Iro'lls liiubili
(d in somrie one ('ounrty liiaper' \n1we3'
daiys' before0 thre p'rimary : but as I fe'ar
Ibs ma~y lhe ('onsideredI ioo ' mn'sive,
the ilig of them wvithI the ('h-rks of?
courit. anrd the couty'('11 chiniani is i su
ficienit In myi jrudgment. I
Loent inir Them, i
"'The voters wh'len Ithey enrolilI. shioibl
state the Iplace of 'esideiin', gi vinrg
the street anad numbler oif thle Ironuse, If'
they lIve In a town, oir the toiwntship
whei~n r'esiding I n Ihle count ry. No clubh
roll should lbe madoe up I of nment from
two townviships or two wards, buut eaich
surbd ivisionl of a county ori city should
have onue club and no more. PTe resi
dents of that politIcal subdIvIsIon
couild then dletermine whether any
fraud has been practiced it the en
rollmnent o'rinot. ThIs regutlation will
compel me to go sIx miles to vote ini
thte prinary, althoutghi there is at pr'es
ent voting pre'cInct within hlalf' a mile
of may home. TBut no inconvenience
can be too great to pr'event our' takIng
every precaution possible to prevent
frartd, or the charge of It.
"The promiscuous enrollment suich
as we have always had, the tree arid
easy 'way In which we have conduct
sd our pnlilcal affnirs, will nt don