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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 ToC KN&
Thlousantds of poultry raisers who use it all year POLR MEaDIdCur IvEr
round to keep their flocks in good health highly ts a lkdcre aor ier
recomendcholera. Given regularly
a .el i lso m akes
Bee Dee STOCK & POULTRY e tonic.
MEDICINE F. urcet .
It's a liver Medicine.
Also a strengthing Tonic. Ac our der can.
P. B. 5
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Though she works next to the
stove, within easy reach of her
irons, she keeps cool and com
fortable. That's because she
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New Perfection Stoves bake,
broil, roast, toast-every thing
any other stove will do, and they
cost less for fuel. No handling
of coal and ashes-all the cook
ing heat you want, just when
you want it.
New Perfection Stoves are made in 1,
2, 3, and 4 burner sizes. Also a new
1914 model-No. 5 Stove, sold com
plete with broiler, toaster, and fireless
oven. Regular' oven, broiler and toaster
can be obtained separately for smaller
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free with every stove.
At dealers everywhere, or wri <V ect
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You Need a Tonic
There are times in every woman's life when she
Sneeds a tonic to help her over the hard places.
When that time comcs to you, you knw what tonic
to take-Cardul, the woman's tonic. ardul Is conm
posed of purely vegetable ingredle is, which act
gently, yet surely, on the weaken~ellw anly organs,
and helps build them back to stre ih and health.
It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak,
ailing women In its past half century of wonderful
success, and it will do the same for you.
You can't make a mistake in taking
Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark.,
says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth,
for women. Before I begani to take Cardui, I was
so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy
spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and
as stronig as I ever did, and can eat most anything."
Begin taiking Cardul today. Sold by all dealers.
Has Helped Thousands
Jlennings and Pollock say that lie
iad Nothing to do with Rtise in
Price of Cotton.
.* Orangebu'g, Junle 18.-Citizens of
Orangeburg were less patient today
with the United States senatorial can
didates than were those of Calhoua
Thomas A1. IR-ysor, who presided in
the absence of County Chairman Adam
Ii. gloss, pleaded for a respectful
hearing of all candidates, and the
Rev. .J. 1. Mlcieces. Presbyterian min
aster, prayed thiat there mnight be
"iiaioy ::Id r:ce." Ilovever, the
post entrants. \lr:isrs .Jennings and
'ollock, at the very em set of their
speeches c har;m t Crized as absur(d the
claimn of F. ;I. S:uitl that he had
something to dio with raising the
price of cotton. in tie i1ditcc tier''
were p roly; " as muany as !."0 vot
et s, mnost ~t the tn cotton hales
and this d(crying of Senator ::mith's
efforts for cotton( legisiaionl :Iro 1)oused
thieni. ini ((e Sequence' thi-re wvas
itlI hieckliui. ami at timt.-s tl
speakers hati to w\:it ;'or t. lasugh ter
nud sare hat n, t tf rom Iiis a ii..
ence to subsikm . :nalo- 1;1inm elves
heardl. "l'eirso y, I Iatie nothing
against \ir. Snut ," th iered l r.
.1(;itan ig;. "No. ;ou ja.-t want his
ioh. 'Tlat's ail.' c law back a voice
f'romn the crowd.
\\'hile Mri. Polock was saeaking,
he a-led the attentioi of the voters
to the fact that ;'nhator" Smith had
added 50t pounds in weight witlhiln the
last live years, inl which time he has
received about $:7,A; salary. "Pretty
costly meat isn 't it! Whein you get
a hog fat, kill him an.d salt him
down, and don't carry hims through to
another season." The joke "got
over" in good fashion, but some wag
caused it to rebound by retorting,
"Yes, but it will cost more t.han that
to put 50 pounds on your carcass."
(lve and Take.
Thus the jabs and jolts were
handed back and forth, with the chair
man occasionally rapping for order.
The governor was the last speaker.
'He was greeted with applause, but
before this had subsided, the Smith
boom was again at Its good crest.
The governor's opening remark was:
"I heard before I got here this morn
ing that I was to be howled down.
Go ahead. I have no objection to your
showing that you're not gentlemen. I
expect to be a gentleman myself."
Chairman Raysor then interposed,
but before the speaking was well un
der way, the threatened rain set in,
and the crowd had to adjourn to the
courthouse. Here again the speaker
had some difficulty "inl getting set,"
but when once in the proper groove
his followers "whooped him up" pon
taneously as he denounced the news
papers on a charge of iisquoting hiin,
particularly The State, boasted of his
victory two years 1 gO over "newspa
pers, bankers, corporations and Re
publicans" and vigorously defended his
pardon record, saying he was .roui
of the fact t hat he had e'xtende~d meri
rmy last night ini Columbia to one Caln
hiotun convict. "'m'i not done yet eith
nr," lie said. " You liIke it itf you are
iny friends. if you don't like it you
llan't help youirsel f."'
New pimnary regulationis were again
held uip to the voters as a scheme
to take the vote roin theI( poor man.
'lut mark my wol ds. When the
elect.ion day 'omesl', I1'll hiave my~
thare. Tlhose votes- that an effort is
belig mad~e to keep Cult will be Put
ini, and will be counted, too.
Simith ('aims Soime Credit.
Senator Smith'as speech was baergely
SIa ) pienition of yesCterday's at St.
Statthews. Ilie dism11issed the chiarges
that he had nothIing to do with thle
pice of Cotton as "m'iost atmusing."'
lie dId not claim aU the credit, but
wats jroudl of the fact that lie had the
'chlm tation of' being a nmn with Iine)
dena, and that was "cotton.'' Senator
Smthl put. things in a whlirl' by i1
ustiating the bettered cond it Ion or the
armers by the joke of the negr'o
olnt-pturchaser's of the milk cow, one
~ettinag the feeding-hall' and the
>therl the mnilk ing-hialf and t he feed
ang-hialf owner suggestin g that thle
low be turned around.
"If the bIlls I have int: Oduc(d have
mad nothinlg to do w11ih : in g the
utlee of cotton, t hank (Gid I wa.s there''C
vorking with hearit anad sou1l whilie It
.vas1 being done1. Ituit isn't it passing
st ranige that the jum in iiiri ce shiould
>c 50 Sudden,'i and1( too it shldli lie at
hie v'ery time somle oIf imy efforts were(
IIe!nig erow~vnedl withI a .inaure of sue
mss5? Etrange, isn't it ? What a re
hat the inw o%(f supply and demandlfll
is brought all tils about. Why we
tre' not1 only getting $60t inlore a hale,
nit we! are r'aisilng on tihl aIverage- :3,
$ena tor Saithi aga in readi hiis par'
110el colunn of pr1i(ces paid for cot -
on duinii' g thle two last dieca~d(s, and
lie number of bides grown. By this
e demonistrated that t'he price av
raged but 8 1-4I Cents fr'om 1894 to
901, wvhilec fr'om 1904 until .1914 the
lanteds havn reneived an nwnenagn
prico of 12 1-2 cents. South Caro
lina raises on an average of 1,000,000,.
and this acocrding to Senator Smith's
figures, would mean that this ad
vance has brought $200,000,000 to
the farmers of this state since the
junior senator became active in tie
interest of the cotto1 grower.
That caiipaign exhibit which is
creating iuch interest is the block
of standardized bleached and unt
bleached santples, which by a pro
vision of one of the Sim ithL bills will
be placed ont all the cotton plat forms
in the South. 'this arrangement will
enable teit producer to conpare hiis
own staple with tle goveriimeltL's
standardiz ( (l tes'ted s:npIles, and (I
te nn tho (1luality of' cotton he is
trowing on the rilarket. Tiis is
being handrd out auntottg the farmtter1:
frou the 'latfornit as the party passes
front ('ounty to county, as '(docimtent
('htlimb ertg I 'lx Colic, Chol t rt 3111i1
ll iitrrheen1 Iteme(d y.
EIvtiery i :is( dy without (X ea tion
should ket'p 'I ' Ithti p:-Ipaationt v h:i1tli
ditrin the o t we r o thel, ::titmier
tu e( 1. C'hamet rlain's Colic. ' hol3j tvs
and tDiarrhoiea keen ay is w orth yiittet
tns it.t cost When Aold am is al
est titer(tait'n to b neMdd itfor th
umo - 111 m~ (t, r. li hats no s u tr'.r
tor te pupo ss fr whbh it i,. i
tnded. 1:1.y itot no . Fori ath e vl t all
Sol toiters .lheei at l'ikns Court
I'ru n oactlo'B .the old soldiers anet in the Super tvis
or's ollie at the court. house on .une
'^d. and held a very e"nthusiastic meet
ing in regard to Pensioning all the old
On motion, W. It. Allgood was call
ed to the chair and aban .auldin re
(luested to act as secretary.
t. C. .ohnson offered the following
resolution which was Unanimously
Pickens Court nlouse, S. C.,
June 3d, 191.1
"We, the old anderate wiers of
Pikens county, . C., in mass meeting
assembled, do hereby bind ourselves
to stand by the following resolutions,
"Resolved st. That we hereby
pledge ourselves to Vote only for men
for the office of governor, lieut. gov
ernor, senator and legislators, as do
favor a pension for all bona-tide Con
federate soldiers and their widows as
other Southern states are doing.
2d. That we claim that the troops
furnished by South Carolina were sec
ond to none, and that their losses were
more, considering the number In ranks
than any other state. Their bravery
was never excelled by any army of
the world, and that they sustained the
honor of the state to the last, and on
their return home they found ashes
i14 atcs oeo es known as 1.i.Oe'
t111h .\rt ing'- tltc', bi-o n bo V
ag .teek and H.b .\larting and oters
D~elling atie lote oubidingsr. i
isct pr sety .\tis. lne wi
wo heats.alf-ieett n ilb
513- nrstttQoes known it.Owns
llo0m bound tu ied by rs .aenury let
D. a rett, andt Ilioi ) it1 others. m c -
itahe rbtt'nandituIeligs and onelt
itt hou tise. Pricec $40pe;nre
53 - acres tmoe or' less, kntowni as
oLeom ( aotitte, bouded by .1utlr
arrettstt, J . . A eco andttl( aoters
bItidisrice $ P t 0t(It.
0 1-2 aces kown ior he know 1as
I.or D. Graytitdo hom, bded by W. . Ow .
Arsi.ttrng, W. . AbecrmbPie and01i
atohe awi( tt u itte nd uuligs. Iiis saflt
o40t I- n saches kown ths (te C.u1t.
3wing I nstittute and Lhe mtost v'alutable
tiece of real estate than ennt be offer
d to the public. See me fot' pies.
Also lot adjoinintg tltis lot, (;2 aces
t $50.0 per' acr'e.
o:' aeres of land, kntown as part of
ito Mt's. Attnte ('heek homestead,
.oundt~ed by W. I1. Cheek, Geo. Smnilth
V.11. liI ndt!ersont andt othIers. H as
1 we!llinig anud othutildin1 tg. (Convenienut
o) schtool itndl churtt'ch. Pileu $35 pet'
10 ne ares, kno wnt .s .\i'. \ Ihert B.
lurtns' hotme. boundtcedl by Samt Itur'ns,
tine hturnts and itobtert iFlemting. Th'lis
s a nice pitece (of proper'ty, nicely lo
-at(d and1( goodl imtpr'ovemtents. (Chea I
it $ 15 let acre.
1 2-1 at'rt's, more or (t less, k notwn as
'itut"' i streett. Eilih t'Irom (Ott ace
Tind outbuttildinig, city water, with
ightIs. 11Iin psture. Prtice $2.500.
54 1-2 acres, known as thte Glilly F.
1(1(dle hoar C place, btonutded by Chtarul i
lerson, ii. P'. Garrett atnd Little brtoth
r's. PrIice $:"7.50 per' acre.
The Land Man Wh<
cry side. Yet they went to work and
after fifty years of labor to rebuild, we
now have one of the richest states of
3d. That acocrding to nature, we
cannot live but a few more years, and
that if our state does not show her
aplreelation for our services soon,
tluat she will not have the ebhanice to
do 5o, 10r it will only be a few more
years until we all will have answered
the last call.
tions h. sent to every campi inl the
Itlh. That a. copIy of (hose rieso! .
state for their consideration and that
e'evy newspla)er inl the state is re
CilueId to publish same."
The Iesolultons wore sp~okenl to; by
01. C. on.;oo, S. T. Pryor, Mlatthl .
llendric'ks and other:,, and in the dis
it11tsions the 101lowinlg facts were
broui.lit out in r'egairi to what oher
states are doint for their old soldi is:
i'lorida ays r'c:Ia old Soldier $12.00:
Ter( :; S1i0. 1 : I t ciy $1 2 j0 : i"'i
nrss e $21 j.i ; l.ouisianac .50o0i0;
.lis so( ri $0'l'.00. \'irginia alpiprop ri tes
to all of ler old sohliers8 aiiniualy
.900.000;li North a'.rolina .::.c.(1im:
G e or"i t1 180,il( ; .\lalhilta $!.00 .
; ou th I Ca rolina . 5 ,0 . 'ln .
t1iul1,s sl :in k f'or i-ins~ela.,s aind
l1v la 'i o:,, i rd llo rclll111t1: f'reli ig e.
Al inr bead to lletter lcalthi.
.'(.iouis sit as s .t:.it in di (r
d rS of the oI;naeli, liver anrl kidueiy.
''he t.et c(AotoVi- and .preveitive b,
1 . - Nin 's .e Life l'ils. T:ev I i..
1"y the biWoodi- -o 'vgy1 f constipation.
keep liver, kid ney ' aod low !s in
hilthby (ondliio n. cive you het t-r
health by ridding the system of fer
menting and assy foods. Kffectlie
and mild. 2'e at yotr dritggist.
l1u(hlcen's Arnica Salve for all hurts.
g If a High-grade Job
0 or Buggy Painting is war
* Paint Show, clean quarte
g And Varnishes put on by
would like for you to see
* fore having your painting
W. B. BRAMI
20 acres of land insidle inicoriorate!
limits of city of l.auirens. with six
room cottage, thr'ee room house and
outbuilding, for $2,500.
Two store rooms, at Watts Mill,
fr'onting 50 feet andl 50 feet deep. Pr'ie
3-4 acre of land, bounided by Jecff
Sexton, Will lillakeley, and others on
Mock Street, in city of L urens; has
six room dwelling, fer the small sum
3-4 acte more or less, known as A.
it. Iturns home, in lie city of 1Lau1rens,
b 'unided by lloyd Sexton, Geo. Gatrett
and fronting on North lI a rler street,
with sevetn room dw'~eli ing, out bild
in g and tine well of wat er. ThluIs home
hats been recently built in line loca
tionI and( Canl be bought for $3,200,, one
thIird cash, bal ance in onec an ti w o
I p-to-date. ha~kler at very' ihealmna..
mIe early if~ you it itis oert .
S-lacres of land knowvn as the 11.
W. I 'at iln hlome at Wat ts .\ill, with a
be::1t iful cottage and a store-room.
Also)Ii U three un iprovcd lots at the
Watts Mill wil hi. sold r'einarikably
heap. S(ee me fort Price.
Divides The Earth
Money Given Back, It
Not E ffictive
If you are seekingL relief from
LEzemna, Etrysip~ela1s, Pimples,
Blotches, S c a b i c s, .;at
Rheum, Rjigworm~, Itch inlz
Piles, Daindruff, 11y Poison,
Barber's Itch, or an~y siniiliar
skin disordecr, do not wvaste
lite oil( (3 pastes anid oi3ti)3eiit.
Try) at on3cC this~ inifallible,
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