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When the bowels don't move regularly it fills the
system with impurities which make you feel bad.
DR. M. A. SIMMONS
Vegetable Liver Medicine
Is a fine old Dowel Purifier
Under its excellent cathartic influence the bowel movements become regular
and healthy. the liver is invigorated and the stomach strengthened. When
the system has been cleansed of all bilious matter you feel better. The niind
becomes alert and cheerful, the digestion good and the body strong anti
vigorous. Buy only the genuine. It is put up in a handsome lithographed
tin box, with the picture of Dr. \l. A. Simmons on the front panel.
Ask for the Tin Box, Price 25 Cents.
C. r. SIMMONS MEDICINE CO., Proprietors. ST. LOUIS, MO.
McCRADY BROS. & CHEVES
Engineers and Contractors
Special in Subdivision of Lands,
Developing and Beautifying Prop
erties, Drainage Surveys.
Designs and Estimates of all classes of
Gasoline and Kerosine ?
Delivered Anywhere in the County
in any quantity.
WelHandle The Best 66 degree Gasoline
Highest in the State. Ask the State Oil Inspec
f Gulf Refining Co.
J. R. EICHELBERGER, Agent
Laurens, S. C.
Chicora College, sot: ariria
thor cornfore t atn :.id onv :: w.s ryI Is e . . t .j . t . I.!~u.~
nndI frru t nlosi i sip~..aI tl r an tri..ut gi.ielsii in in l to
fllege of Liberal Arts uand Sc tuees, tt-crees of M. .i A.. It. S. It l'd. College of Fine Arts f
ithef resf. st - na ndwoeno :e.pay Itancu ace.se.l!t
For tree copyv of Cata lotruc and Annocuncementes, add.re
REV. S. C. BYRD, D. D., President, GREENVILLE, S. C.
and White Cotton Dresses Cleaned
and Finished by our superior meth
ods, are returned with a freshness
that is pleasing and satisfactory.
Dresses a Specialty
Footer's Dye Works
Always Safest and Best
B. R. TODD N. B. DIAL A. C. TODD
Englneering and ContractingDAL&T D
Land Sturveys a Specialty
smerete Work Skillfully done oir la. ~ rn'' a a
spected. nepieBn ulig arnSC
Drawings and estmates of all Eind.CEINAL OUT
Telephone No. 346 .la nRa saeLn
Latiiren. S. C. Thm.
Forces Prouder to Receive leutation
Hunger Strike #1Ins.
Loiiuon, June .1J.--Pi'reItier As
qiuith has captiulated to the suf
I ragettes. Ile has consented to re
ceive a (ieputation of J'ast E~nd work
lug wonico inl Downing street aittur"
Sylvia I'anklhu1st's atteupt to car
ry out her tiircat of a huntger strike
at the eltrance to tie house of com
Inons unless the premiiicr yielded to
the deiiand to receive a delegation
of woineic was largely lresponsible for
tie iruniie mitinister s (iceision. Tle
Victory is a distinct one because Syl
via i'aiikiiurst Was arrested about a
week ago for attemipting to lead a pro
cession of Ia;t I ld womten to Wcst
mlinster" to denianid the audience
which .\!r. As5tittith lots p romlised.
Ilolloway jail oiielnid its (oors to
night to rlease .\iiss Pakiil~urist, weaki
andl jiale at ter hir eighth succeSsive
houn;. strike.. The ilitantt leaded
dr!oi e to \\'1 stutinster and rebufed
Kitr lii rdi's eiforts to Persuade heri
to go honte. he was sitting on1 the
steps of the ctr ial entrance to Par
litmenttt house, ilrolel ut p witith cush
ionS anild stuppior'ted in the arims of
triends when .\II. I.aitstury caetic out
witt the ite s that PIr i ert .\squitii
had sit rendercd.
The sultragettes' plans were ar
irlniiged eti etively whn It hei' I ealer
(.merged trot IIolloway jail on the
amts of two attendlaits --a itortor Car
tilled With cushions drove up. F'riends
took charge of her and propped her
itp. A group of militants had gather
ed outside \'estmiister, and when
tle car drove ip they cried, "liere's
Sylvia." A large force of police was
on duty, but they made no objection
when the automobile entered the
palace yard under Big lien. This is
the members' private entrance and al
ways has been forbidden ground to
the militants. Crowds began to as
semble and the police were rein
forced, but they maintained an at
titude of watchful waiting.
Kier Hardie emerged from the
house bareheaded and talked with
Miss Pankhurst. Then with the chief
of police, MAr. Hardie made three
journeys between the house and the
car, obviously acting as a go-between
in the negotiations. Miss Pankhurst
talked with him in a weak whisper.
Seemingly the independent labor
member's efforts were a failure for
after the third conference Miss Nora
Smythe, Miss Pankhurst's lieutenant,
announced to the bystanders:
"We are going to the house of com
mons to sit on the steps."
A\ilr. Iardie explained to the crowd
that the militant leader had requested
admission to the house, whicli was
refused. The car started and drew
up at the pmblic entrance to the house
of commons. Women carefully ar
ralged the 'ushions on the steps and
lifted .\liss I'ankhu St out while the
Ipoliec shoved back the spectators.
Miss Pankhturst rem'ain ed un molested
Ifor' ten minutes. Then .\lr'. Lansbuiiry
tallpeared with the news of Premier
l'Te plositiont 0n the step;s thten was
abanidoned by .\-iss Pankhturst wh'io
Calemel, (Clomel. youi c'annot stay
fotr LIV-V'~' LAX htas shown uts an
easier' way J sk Rays Phta rnacy.
FOR THE MILITIA
W~'ar D)epatmentcit Withdiiraws inv ita
ftiot to Statte .Militha on Account of
Fatillure to Meet Rtequgiremtents.
tion e'xtendedl~ by~ the war' d eparit ment
to (Governor' lIlease of South I C'aroli na
to have thte organtizedi millitia of that
statte llartic'ipate it thle maneuver
I ampIij to be Iheld in A ugusta, G.
ntext.111 moth, hias beeni withldrlaw n be
eaus of0 i thle fa ilturte of the South
C'ariolina tmil it Ia to meet the r'equ Iir'
fonts of the Dickl Alilitia law as ('Oi
strued bly t he law offlers of thte (Ie-.
ThPie at-teiition of Governor Blease
some11 months ago wasit called by the
war decpartment to the short (omlinlgs
of thet SouthI Carolina mt iltia in the
miattetr of miissing eqipmen~W~t and~
shortage of mnt(i In the various grades
Thte resttlt was some1( spiriited corre'
sitondence between the governor and
tihe secretary, of wvar. Finally, Gover
nor1 Illease und~etrtook to meet the re
qirlemlenlts of the depa rtent.
''cToublec liatr a1 1rose bietweeni the
governior' and thle secretary of war
(Iver the lo(atIiott of the proposed
.ioin t encampmi iitent on te Isle of Palms
GarrtIson finally prom11ptorily trants
for red this cantp to Aitgusta, Ona.
Since then reports fr'om thte inspec
tioni (olicers or the war department
have disclosed the fact that the
S'outh CarolIna militia still Is de
flcignt In the various matters com
plained of orIgInally and Secretary
Gairrison thernfore han felt oblige,1 eo
withdraw the department's invitation
to participate in the maneuver camp to
be held in Augusta.
So far South Carolina is the only
Southern state which will be exclud
ed from the vaneuvers on this ac
Inquiry was made at the governor's
office on Saturday afternoon if the'e
was any information in regard to the
Associated Press dispatch in the af
terioon papers of Saturday to the ef
fcet that Governor Ullease in Charles
tonl had received a telegram from his
secretary in Qolumila that Rt. X.
s, 0comman uding the eastern de
partment, had wired that "Under in
Sruetions from the war depiart.ment
the invitation extended to you to lave
organized militia of your state parteic
imte in .ioint c;11111 with the regular
:am o for year niidn eC fourtee'' is
hereliy withdrawn3.. I'i'ivafte 'ecre
tary \ull staled thait te telegramn
from the oiliciatl of the war seat
ment had been Iorwa r(dd to the gov
ernor in ('harleston as was stated 'y
the .\ssocia tPd I're.<s. Nothing fa,
lher" was staled at the governor's of
T1illS K(IIlNEiV i.E.1 1-:1)1'
.1 Gl il.'IT tii-:.t i :t
leter il Oir. 1ilmer & ('o., 111ing. hatm1
tun, N. 1'.
l'or a1 numbler of year's I was trout
ble-l With my lkineys, condition so So
rious that part of the time I was un
able to work. 'I'ied severai rein es.
:ls1 (I fiei et physielans without re
lI f. A sailple of l)r. Kilier's Swamp
Iloot was left at 1my bicomse. 1 com
m4en'c'd to take it. and conlinued it un
tii Ihad ta1ken several bottles and amil
now cnred. Am sixty-two years of
age and al1e to w'ork every day. I at
tribute my cure to the use of your
wa ill 1-Hoot.
.\ly wife also was cured by Dr. Kil
mer's Swamp-Itoot. Symptoms were
Very serious, including hemorrhages,
great pain and distress. I commenced
giving her Swamp-loot and it was
just. as healing in her case. We can
heartily recommend your Swamp-Root
to all kidney sufferers.
Very truly yours,
H. C. GRIFFITH,
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
a Notary Public, this the 8th day of
April, 1912. T. Bennett,
Prove What Swamp-Rtoot 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 valua
ble information, telling about the
kidneys and bladder. When writing,
be sure and 'mention the Laurens
Weekly Advertiser. Regular fifty
cent and one-dollar size bottles for
sale at all drug stores.
Nine tracts of la
and near Barksdale
ba(1) The Glenn
- Road containing 23(
(2) Creswell Fi
to Goodgion~s Factor
(3) Second Kr
4 ermelia S
5 athan Bai
6 atherine I
S7 P art of Ca
8The Bill Ai
rens Road containini
One concrete sti
House and lot
Featherstone Place <
The A. J. Tayl<
Nice Bungalow <
S. S. Boyd Plac
One house andi1
Thad. Nelson h<
Five Hundred a~
as Henry Place.
) Two Hundred a
place, know as Mott
Four Hundred a
known as Alsie Cole
Mary C. Sulliva
Two houses and
R. A. COOPER. Prc
The Glorious Fourth or any other independence
day reminds us of our duty of OURSELVES in the
independence line. We are not independent with
DEBTS. We are not independent with no money in
the bank. HAVE FREEDOM. You don't know
how independent and free yo" will feel until you can
know that you are protected with a good BALANCE
IN THE BANK.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank.
We pay interest in Savings Department
N. B. DIAL, Pres. C. H. ROPER, Cashier
$200,000 Worth of Real Estate for Sale!
Store Rooms on' the square; Livery and Sales Stables;
Blacksmith Shop and Tools; the Gray & Shealy Machine
Shop and surrounding buildings; City houses and lots. All
kinds of farm lands. Prices and terms right.
I buy and sell Stocks. Also write Life and Fire Insurance
B. M. WOLFF
The Real Estate Man Laurens, S. C.
end belonging to Mrs. Mattie D. Putnam at
Station will be sold in the next five months--a
of these tracts:
Place one mile of Greenville and Laurens
'anklin or Knob Place on road from Barksdale
y containing 78 acres.
Lob Place joining above tract containing 30
hiockley Tract containing 27 acres.
-ksdale Tract containing 58 acres.
'utnam Home Place containing 19 acres.
therine Putnam Place containing 34 acres.
mstrong Place containing 65 acres.
11l Place at Barksdale on Greenville ,and Lau
126 and 1-2 acres.
>re room at Barksdale Station.
of Anna C. West and known as the C. C.
mn West Main Street in city of Laurens..
r house and lot on East Main Street.
n South Harper Street.
e on East Main Street.
Dt in town of Gray Court.
use and lot on West Hampton Street.,
acres five miles of Whitmire, known as the
:res one-half miles of Madden Station known
~res, bounded by lands of T. M. Shaw home
~res, bounded by T. M. Shaw home-place and
n house and lot on Sullivan Street.
lots on Laurel Street.
s Trust Company
sident. J. S. MACHENM Sec ad T.