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You can sleep late and still
breakfast on time with a
No fire to build-strike a
match and you have full heat
in a minute.
The New Perfection cooks
better than a coal range at
less cost, with less work.
Burns kerosene-clean and
Made in 1, 2, 3 and 4 burner
sizes, also a new stove with a
fireless cooking oven.
At all hardware and depart
ment stores. Ask to see a
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Washington. D. C. (New Jersey) Charlotte. N. C.
Norfolk. Va. BALTIMORE Charlestown.W.va.
Richmond, Va. Charleston, S. C.
[FOR FIVE YEAR:
Muajority of Friends Thought Mr. taking other medicines. I decided
Hughes Would Die, But take his advice, although 1 did not ha
any confidence in it.
One Helped Him to I have now been taking Black-Draug
Recovery. for three months, and it has cured me
haven't had those awful sick headach
since I began using it.
Pomeroyton, Ky.-ln interesting ad- I am so thankful for what Blac
vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes D~raught has done for me."
writes as follows: "I was down with Thedford's Black-Draught has bei
stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valujible medicine for d
would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver.
times, that I thought surely I would die, is composed of pure, vegetable hert
I tried different treatments, but they contains no dan erous ingredients, ai
did not seem to do me any good. acts gently, yet surely. It can be free
I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should I
and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest.
would die, lie advised me to try Get a package today.
Thedford's Black-Draught, and quit Only a quarter.
O $200,000 Worth of Real Estate for Sale!
St ore R~oomsN onf the square'Q; iveryi anI1 d Ss t ab~les;
Blacksmrith Shop and~ TFools ; the Gry& Shienly Mlachine
Shop anid suirrounading bildintgs ; City houses nd1( lo'ts. All
k in ds of' far 'mlan ds. I 'rices anad t ermrs rightj
1 buy I anrd sell Stoeks. AlIso wrcite idf'e an 111 ire I nsurnce
* B. M. WOLFF
TIhe Real Estate Man Laurens, S. C.
Says He Didn't Say Blease's Election
was Price of Peace. Predlets
Washington June 4.-When asked if
he iaxd any comment to make upon the
recent public reference to himself by
ugibernatorial Candidate John L. Me
Laurin, Senator Tillman this after
noon dictated the following stae
"I have just seen a telegram from
TIhe News and Courier to its corre
spondent here saying Mldulr1in has
njide a public statelent to this effeet:
'I ain glad that SemiItor Tillian lias
reac(h d the conclusion tlha peace an
oily colle IItIrollli tile election. n01
the de of Governor 1lease. 11(d
that his candidate. ItCiards, has de
clareI for Gove3rror lIlease.'
"To Say I in '11 surlised, very much
sirpris-oel, does Iot express lly feel
ings. I have not given out n.Iy such
litteralne.. alid hav. not h4a.1 anly such
thoug.t. I aml: Flureu 1hat whaitever
mlay % h(.N .\l..I i ihar-d's att itu de he w ill
r'll ! ev r ha Vg de(lclrd for1 (uv
Ver. r I' I::se. \'Iheth1er p Ieac will coan.
byI ( N% i ll : l'4 dlet.' t or not. I
i A3 rmV. i and we wi (lh\1 v betl h I
114 (3 . ()I it N14. it\\4ini w1i 1 I etp3I
senator34) hIrI thail lilease is -Cnt toI
Mn :o Wvpeare's coaI 'Ail inl it de: 1-crat'l
hople that he i will thus le p11li'd
I predlicited s ome 11 011 nhs ago, therti
Is no hope for him ve reCOVeriig
the confli(eceC of the people of Suth
Caroina aitil he( 1 has X1l1ainled h:
"I ami saisfied t hat If Sen1ator m 311ith
Iars hiimelf like 'a man' that this
open alliance between Blease and Mec
Laurin will only hell) to bury both of
them. Ihad Mel au rin followed my ad
vice and exposed 'Bleaseism, its utter
selfishness. its lack of catholicity of
spirit and statesmanship, he would
have stood some chance of 'coming
back' in the future, for he would have
atoned for his betrayal of the people
of the state. But now there is no
earthly chance for him whatever
lBlease does. I believe this alliance
between the two will cause Governor
fllease to go dowii to defeat ipore
Women who are worn out with the
iouble burden of household work and
aI body that Js suffering from the m11
Pry of disorders in the for-MhW kehert
tive system, are strongly urged to h y
the beneflcial effect of It. 8hnthon'i:
SQI'AW VINE W1NIZ. It is Iinst the
remedy they need to correct the inter
nal disorder and put strength in the
body to perform the duties of the
houiheod. I. lightenl the work by I
fittlin the s rength to the task. After
aI Ino0t cou r*se wiltl this excellent 'e
storative. w ork becomes a pleas ire
heeaulse I health and soun13d 31(1 'l.ical
onlditions have taken the pIlace of
sIckness a1(d despondency. Priv.c kI 00
per bottle. Sold by all dr-11-4 ists.
BOOZElt OPENS (CAMPAI~\'.
Candidate for Legislature Nyleaks at
G (oldville, ,June 8, (Special to The
Adv ert iser) .-1tefore ai goodl-Sized au
dlice,( 1). L. Boozer, a substantial
farmer ridin(31g near' linards, and a
candlidaIte for the legIslature in the
approaching election, fired the ope(n
Sgun of his campiaign here 'insi. Sa
urday afternoon at sIx o'clock. Inci
dlentally, it was tihe first p~olitical
speech lhe ever del1ivered, hut judging
tfrom the words of approval and ap
pilause afforded him, he made a go0od
~imp~ression upjon his hearers, and will
dlevelople Into a good stuml~p speaker
ht as the campalign waxes warmer.
in opmening his address Mr. Boozer
"staited thaft hie 1had1 not ainnouncedl for
es the legislature for what money there
might bie in1 it, hut that lhe had bleen
prom)pedI in so doing bieeause lhe does
C" not believe that1 the masses of the
pleole are getting justice, and~ that if
elected,-.hi( intends working to help
and3( to serve thle (commlon ma~lsses, an'
-will lhe alli-d with no class. Ills plat
form is c'omplosedl of thr3ee plank1s
co-opera'tion, eduen('tion. ta~xation. The
S' said34 in part:
d"There is one tihing lacking in S'outh
Cy(aro'Ilinai today. e'specially among tihe
farmers. It is the spirit of 'o-opera1
tionl. Our pleople are dividled, and un
til we can all comwe together to one
gr3nd op1 iinion, there is sur ie to lie
strife and1( discordI. Power ('omies by
Ma united ef(fort on3 tihe part1 of the pe0
- p(., so we must stop pulling andl strik
Ing at onc another and come toge'th
('r inl a co-operatIVec spirit in an en
deavor 0 to do( good and11 to be(stowV peace
?and hariimony among the people.
auetion31-This is a sub1ject of a
- trenn)u iportanicr' fand one in
which our peomple shou)1(1ldie deeply ini
I (rested'i. Eduient Ion civilizes, it makes
the world letter. It makes better
farmers,~. liettIer m3)ill (operat ives ,bet -
tr~ mierelhant s, e., but we must not
sto1p withi (ilhtninig thle milnd. 13he
hea11rt must likewise lie edlucnted. lie
expiressed himself as$ opposedC to tak
ing the white man's mnoney to edui
r ,,ate the negro, but believes that tile
negro should be- educated with hit
own 'money. ie is opposed to equali
zation between the blacks and white.3
"Taxation-Taxes are too high, oui
people are being burdened down witl1
the weight of taxes and there must
coie some relief. The time has comc(
when we must practice economy inl
our government, and if I am elected tc
the legislature. I will do all in iny
power to bring about a lowering Ni
taxes. The banks are charging, toc
high a rate or interest, for our peoplh:(
ought to be able to borrow money at
live per cent and six per cent inter
Ilie closed hNI address by declaring
that I, lie should be elected, he woul
do hIs work well, and that lie woul(i
stand for what lie believed to be right
regarid less of w hCIA others inmight
NEWY ll'll,LDING FOI DEA'.
'edar spring Insillite 14) 111-ave $.
Sparlanhurg Ju; .- --rounld wil
Lek brokien nlext inonthl, according tc
l'rof. \\. Liaurens \\'alker. of ti
South ('arvolina Iisthute for the e)al
(nd the lilinil at 'iIdar' Spring, for
th110 Iwv. primary dela'tienit build
ing o If Wt instittiotn0i, 1'o' wli('Ib aii
)piiation wai -ide by tle legis
atl its 1.st session. The biuild
inu will cost albout :lw. Th'e hjoani
Of einlauilssionevrs. of which Col. T. .1.
\11)o".4 is cbairiliian, ark. ilowV advertis
ny or bids. Atlanta architects have
istigned tie building.
It will Stand on Ile western Side of
he cailpus. and willh accomimodate
thout 80 childiren, who will sleep, eat
ind he tauiight there. They will be
apt aimrt from tlh(e older children.
Poreh Rockers, imade of solid oak,
'aie seat and back, only $1.75.
S. M. & 1. 11. W LK E0S & CO.
* S * S e e Se e S S S S
CROSS HILL. *
Cross Hill, June I.-To all who are
nterested in the cemetery at Cross
1Il. Last year a committee of ladies
vith Mrs. M. T. Simpson as chairman,
indertook to have the cemetery and
;rounds cleaned off. All interested
vere requested to pay one dollar.
)ir people responded promptly with
ew exceptions. The ivilades eployed
Jrr. Jno. C. 11111 to do the work. and
te had it <One nicely and to the sat
Rfaetion of otr peopl, A till has
wie made for every one Interested to
)ay one dollar for having the work
lone this year, but no personal can
,as hais been made. Only a few have
'Pspon(ded and our ladles are discour
igei, Itelieving tlat oulr people would
-espond promptly if called on person
.My, I suggest that the ladies appoint
I committee of three ladies to see
very one or write them a card and
have the work done again. If every
family would keep their plot clean
even then there would be left man.
graves with nio relatives here to loola
after them. I wIll gladly pay my dol.
lar to see the work done as it wasii las
W. T'. Austin.
Direwerton Club Formed.
Ware Shoals, Jlune ('.--Pursuant t
ordler of the county democratic execu
live committee the democratic voteir
or Btrewverton priecinct met at Popla
Springs school house and organized
dlemocrat Ic club under the new rule
of the party. Offleer' of club clectei
as follows: T. T. Wood, presidenit; H
0. Walker andi E. A. Pitts, vice-pros
idents ;E. E. Simpson, secretary an
EIxcutive committee: O'. TI. Tayloi
WV. la.'Walker, E. E. Simpson.
County executive commnitteeman, J1
IEnrolling commnitee: (G. B. Taylor. J
F. Mitchell, W. I2. Walker', 1I. II. Beck
Club to meet at Poplar Apring
school house on Saturday, 20th ins
at 5 o'clock p. mn., foi' puripose of en
rollinig members and of transactIng
such business as may conmc before thi
chlb. There being no fur'thier busi
ness club adjourned.
T. 'T. Wood,
10. 10. Sim pson. P'residlenit
$100 Reward, $100
The readers of Ithiis papier will b
Pleas(ed to learn that there is at leas
one dIreaded disease that scienc ha
heen able to cure in all its -stages, an
that is Catarrh. j lall's Catarrh Curi
Is the only Posit )V cure now knowi
to the medIcal f itcrnity3. (Catarrh be
big a c'onstitutih na] dIlsease, requilre;
a conistituitional ~treatment. Ilial l's 'en
Inairh (Cure is ti ken internally3, act in,
dlireetl1y upo 1)111 in blood and inucou;
surfaces (of thi system, thereby deC
stroylng the fo, ndation of the dilseas,
anrd givi ng t hi patlient st rength h:
bi 1 li up~,th ci aontittution, and as
sistinig nat ure~ in doing Its work. Thb
pr'oprietorsa havec so mi uch fallIh in its
('urative powers~ thatt they offer On.
Ilunid red D~ollar ms for' any case that I
fails to Cur ie. Senid for list of test i
Address F. J1. CIllcNI'fY & CO., To
Sold by all druggists, 75e.
Taoke llall's Family Pills for consti
TO START YOUR BOY IN/
A BUSINESS YOU MUST
FIRST HAVE MONEY
IN THE BANK ** "
You never knew a father who didn't have an am
bition to see his son well fixed some day in a BUSI
NESS OF HIS OWN. To put your son in business
you must PUT MONEY in the bank and gain a good
bank GREDIT. This you can havu by starting a
bank account NOW. It will grow as your boy grows.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank.
We pay interest in Savings Department
N. B. DIAL, Pres. G. H. ROPER, Gashier
Gasoline and Kerosine
Delivered Anywhere in the County
in any quantity.
We:HandleThe Best 66 degree Gasoline-.
Highest in the State.' Ask the State Oil Inspec
Gulf Refining Co.
J. R. EICHELBERGER, Agent
Laurens, S. C.
* If a fligh-grade Job of Automoblile, Carriage *g
*or Buggy Painting is wanted we can do it. New i
g Paint Show, clean quarters, free of dust.g
eHIGHEST GRADE PAINTS 06
-e And Varnishes put on by ag expert painter. We *
*would like for you to see sokge pf'ur work be
Sfore having your painting done.
.W. B. BRAMLETT'S SONS:i
and White Cotton Dresses Cleaned
and Finished byr our superior meth
ods, are returi ed with a freshness
:that is pleasi g and satisfactory.
Fine / Embroidered
Dreales a Specialty
Footer's Dye Works
Always Safest andI Best