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Mt Fear Tears of Dhcsaghg
Upse. ir nal
Catrn, Ky.-la- as.lateslting letter
rmn this place, Mrs. Bettle Bullock
writes as follows: "I suffered for four
Years, with womanly troubles, and during
this time, I could only sit up for a little
wkile, and could not walk anywhere at
al. At times, I would have severe pains
la my left side.
The doctor was called In, and his treat.
ment relieved me for a while, but I was
Soon vwaliped to my bed again. After
-a'O, nothlngu emed to do me any good.
H AT PINS, SC ARF PINS, 1'
*KINDS OF PINS FOR A LL PUR l
*DESIGNS. LODGE, PRA TE RM
*OF ALL K(INDS. GOLD AND Si
*UINE STONkS. ALSO MANYIP
COME IN AND SE E OUR BIG
NEVER "S TISK" YOU ON TH Al
*VALUE ON EVERY ARTICLE1
* .FLEMING I
Cut prices ai
will be found oni
* marked in plain
colored and solic
must move now.
secure the size, c
I had gotten so weak I cod not saad, ce
and I gave up in despair. th
At last, my husband got ae a betoe of
IOWAd, the woman's toeo, ad I Co0- cc
msetced taking It. fom me ry lrst th
dose, I old te It as hellg me. I
can nw walk two "dles wibout Its tla
tiring.e9 and-ant doleg altJwork." ? e
troubles, don't give up In despair. Trf y
Cardul, the woman's tonl. It has helped
more than a million women, in ts s0 to
years of continUous sUCCs, and should d
surely help you, too. Your druggist has el
sold Cardul for years. He knows what Old
it will do. Ask him. He wil recom. e
mend it. Begin taking Cardul today. S
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I~u~ruc~o~ ca" V~s~sad d4I.a"book. mern
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LIL PINS, BABY PINS, A LL 0 e
OS ES, IN PLAIN AND FANCY 0to
TTY AND SOCIE TY EMBLEMS hit
L VER SETTINGS WITH GEN- 0 su
LESS EXPENSIVE SITTINGS. 0 ce:
DJSPLAYV. REMEMBER, WE 0 ph
PRiCE, BUT GIVE YOU FULLg
'OU BUY.e an
5, s. C. 0 iiDE
re made on the
of Ladies' and2
the Centre Tables tov
I White Fabrics an
s in Ladies' White
losiery you can
olor and weight
DDY OF PONTIFF
BORNE TO CHAPEL'
ciemn Rites of Absolution Perform.
?d. Tribute From Many.
Rome, Aug. 21.-Borne by red
iformed members of the Sediall who
ton he was alive carried .him .in a 0
ian chair, the body of Pope Pius
dressed in politncal robes and
tre with the other emblems of his
cred office lying beside it, was
ken 'today to the Chapel of the
essed Sacrament in St. Peter's-where
D solemn rites of absolution were
Thousands previously had' visited
a throne room, where the body
v. to look upon the face of the dead
ntiff and many wove themselves t
to the great procession from the
rone room to the chapel. The pro
selon was headed by the bearers of
a massive silver pontifical cross, 20
rdinals, and patriachs, archbish
s, bishops. priests and papal and I
urt chamberlains and members of
e Swiss noble and palatial guards
their multi-colored uniforms. The
ene was an impressive one. Under
e flare of the candles in the chapel
uld be see'n the tear dimmed eyes
' prelate' priest, laymen and papal
iard. Especially affected were the
arer's of tMe body of the pope,
The burial of Pope Pius will be ab
lutely private. This was decided on
day. The body was embalmed to
ty -prior tog its removal to the
apdI for the ceremony of absolu
mn. lustdiid of the antiquated meth
t of relmo*ing the viscera and pre
rving it il a vase in the church of
. Vincent near the Quirinal, a fluid
lich It is claimed will preserve .the
dy perfect was inJected into .the ar
The late pope's only brother, An
lo Sartor, arrived in Rome today.
em a handsome elderly person,
let had changed him to a broken ,
I man. Great affection existed be
een the brothers, and when Angelo
tered the mortuary chamber today
d the dead pontiff did not answer
i customary greeting, he fell to his 1
ees at the body. sobbing aloud.
ere lie knelt for an hour, pray4ng, C
3 tears meanwhile streaming down
i face, and sobs convulsing his .
me. Kindly hands finally lifted the a
.rowful man and led him from the -
ith chaimber to the apartment of
dourning throughout Rome con- i
ued today. All theatres, moving I
ture shows and other amusement
ces remained closed. Thousands
thered in St. Peter's square last '
rht and remained there, soie in 1
uycr until broad daylight when a
lent thunderstorm drove them
rhe contents of the will of Pope A
is became known today. The testa
nt Is dated 1911 but has codicils
de in successive years. To the
mbers of his immediate faimily lhe
yes $20,000 which was presented
him some years ago, and $2,400 to
nephews. Both bequests are made
bject to the applroval of his sue
sor. in the will is the following I
'I was born -poor and lived poor
SI wish to die poor."
Prince Chilgi, hereditary miarshal 1
the conclave, today. because of his '
ranced years, requested Cardinaul E
hla Volpe to obtain a substitute for t
a. The cardinal chose Prince Lu- e
vico. The marshall of -the con- f
,ye is entrusted with the protection d
the cardinals during the conclave.. '1
Vatican officials today expressed I i
wir appreciation of messages of con
vhis time. He has been in public s
since 1890. He came to the front A
p s'ame year I did. If lie is such a V
mat leader now, more worthy to be I
lowed than Tillman, more worthy Il
admiration and trust, how has lie i
neeaded all thes'e years in hiding it?
int has he ever done in a construe
e way 'to benefit the people of ~
uth Carolin-a Let those who are
sponsors answer. I have demon- g
ated my statesmranship and ab~iity
lend in a dozen ways. Without
mn mentioning what I have done In
wshington as a senator, I have many a~
numents to my credit in South ,1
rolina-Clemson and Winthrop -in
educational way, the constitution
convention, which relieved the pee
Sof the State of the menace of ne- al
> domination by th organic law
der which we live, the primary
item of choosing candidates and
despised and slandered dispen
-y, which only failed because the I
~rupt politicians ini the legislature 2
hold of it anid the anmti-illman111- C
a egged thmem on *to destroy it. hlut ,
spite of al'l their maichilnatonm'anldc
uning, i still survives locally in
ny enunties All these are largely I
hndi~work. Ini Gou's name, lot
)se who wvere formerly Tilimanites
now Bleansi shmoutters. show what
anlse has (lone of a sImilar chiarhe
.They can nt (do It and they owe (1
to themselves to pause a'nd analyze a
nigs andi recover their reasoni-if v
iy can. They can und~o some of
wrongs they have perpetuated t
dl restore the State's good name a
ich Blease has made a byword and I
hissing. The 25th of August will, I
I the story and I watch the result
olences received from President
Vilson. and Secretary Bryan.
- Cardinal Farley telegraphed the
'abican today that he was leaving
1witzerland to attend the conclave.
The Marquis dl San Guilliano, the
talian foreign minister, has ordered
epresentatives of Italy abroad to
tate that though nearly the whole
.Z Europe is engaged in warfare the
'atholics can elect a new pope in
The Swriss government has notified
he vatican that it has ordered Swiss
uards who returned to Switzerland
or the mobilization to resume their
luties at the vatican.
, TO"ACH TROUBLES
The leading doctors of France have
or years used a prescription of vege
able oils for chronic stomach trouble
nd constipation that acts like a charm
)ne dose will convince you. Severe
ases of years' standing are often
rreatly benefited within 24 hours. So
nany people are getting surprising
,esulta that we feel all persons suf
ering from constipation lower bowel,.
iver and stomach troubles should try
dayr's Wonderful Stomach 'Remedy.
t is now sold here by Laurens Dirjj
Now Harper Street Got Its Nane *
in 1802 lRobert Otuodloe- Harper, of
3altimore, Alaryland, sold several lots
hat lie owned in the town of Laurens,
.C. I suppose that Harper street
rained its name from this man, Rob
rt Goodloe .Harper. He must have
een a man with a good reputation for
Lfary Musgrove Berry named her only
ion Robert Goodloe Harper Berry. And
ihe was the Mary Musgrove that was
io brave in the Revolution. and that
Jorse Shoe Robinson praised so high
Y. Thos. M. Workman.
PAKE DODSON'S AND
STAY ON VOUII FEET
Taking Calomel means staying home
or the day--take Dodson's Liver
zone and save a day's work. If an
ttack of constipation or billiousness
its you, there's no need to take a dose
f calomel and spend at least a day
etting over the effects of it. Laurens
)rug Co., sells Dodson's Liver Tone,
rhich they guarantee takes the place
f calomel and starts a lazy liver with
ut bad after-effects.
Dodson's Liver Tone does all the
ood that caloniel can do, yet it Is
bsolutelyq harmless to young people
nd old. It is a pleasant tasting veg
table liquid that will relieve consti
ation or sour stomach or other trou
-es that go along wiht a lazy liver,
1thout restriction of habit or diet.
'ou don't leave of any of the things
ou regularly do when you take Liver
A large bottle of Dodson's Liver
'one sells for 50 cents. Get the gen
Ine and if you are not pleased with
the druggist from whom you bought
will give your money back with a
OF OLD CONDEDS
telightfulI Day Spent ait Langston,
('hurch where the Old Soldiers lRe.
counted Former Experiences.
The annual reunion of Co. F, 14th
tegiment. S.. C .V., was held at Lang
ton Church on August 19th.
The comp~any was called together
z the church and was presided over
y Capt. W. A. Shands. Resolut~ons
rere passed on the death of Comrade
.J. Workman. Interesting talks on
be subject of the ladies farming a
hapter of the 'Daughters of the Con
ederacy were delivered by Capt. W.
.Shands and Mr. Geo. M. Hanna.
'he roll was called and the following
tembers were present: Capt. W. A.
hands, Geo. M. Hlanna, RI. W. Taylor,
Perry -Dillard, N. C. Snead, J. WiI..
on Blakeley, E. Y. McQuown, 3. R.
.nderson and H. P. Blakeley. The
isiting soldiers were R. 0. IHairston,
.P. Adair, D. T. Copeland, M. Flem
ig, T. Hi. Bobo, J. L. M. Patton, Win.
onnan. J. W. Lanford, T. R. Riddle
nid W. ID. Walls. Honorary members
7ere L. S. Machray and WV. F. Wright,
A cross of honor was placed on the
rave of John W. Clark by Capt. W.
rThe following young ladies recIted
plpropriate pieces: Miss 'Irene Dii
ird, Mattie Belle Peterson, Annie
ray Donnan and Haskell Wright.
Dinner was sp~read on the grounds
ad enjoyed by a large crowd.
W. Fi. Wright.
low To GJive Quinine To Chldren.
EDRI LINF, Is tihe trade-mark name given to as
sproved Quinine. It is aTasteless Syrup, pleas.
i to take and does not disturb the stomach.
hiidren take it and never know it is Quilnlne.
iso especIally adapted to adults who cnnnot
Lkseorla ryqu e ~etr ne ot. auseate nor
the next time you need Qui nine for any Dur
:sse. Ask for 2-ounce original package. The
amne FIDRII,IN14 is blown in bottle. 25 cents.
"I was troubled with constipation
nd indigestion and sipent hundreds
f dollars for medicline and1( treatment"
crites C. Ii. Ilines, of WVhitlow, Ark.
I went to a St. Louis hospital, also
a hospital in New Orleans, but no
lire was effected. On returnIng home
began taking Chamberlain's Tab
wts, and worked right along. I used
'emn for some time and am now all
.ght."' Sold by all dao-ers.
LET US TAKE CARE OF
If you come in and see our safes and vaults, and
realize how well equipped we are to take care of your
money, it will give you avery safe feeling when you
go to bed at night to know that fire or burglars can
not disturb it. If you have any money matters on
which advice, come to us. We will be glad to see
you in our bank. We refer those who have not
banked with us to those who HAVE.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank.
We pay interest in Savings Department
N. B. DIAL, Pres. C. H. ROPER, Cashier
men i ourown ills
Sl 0ash, dorbidsrenmudns
materar wefrish inth qatt n
Routh 6 1
We tat ith the
Compndlete houe binilsfoeactc' plans~t
and builer's oprlists n our owiaty
menin or omilk.orspcfcton e u
s otre idscens oldn
aial unifersai-yo can pofth quanity adn
tages anydrlssu time-anywher.Wehvspca
faciie for mClaing~u Lineieaind oumr,
Shesat Hore. vs PnmStaFl
Is nieral-yuberand prftbyisad..
faclier or leangngriaduumer
Drmerdses Kd, ans anTheysSipesn
ndct o aiyand hHtsnladt
Goustematnd's Frulael, anin--gSit.
Fodig onmte.r's Dyeng'sk
SminrnerCouhs ae Dngerus. or cold promptly and prevent cornpli..
catlons. It is soothing and intiseptic
Summr cldsarcdaneros. heyand makes you feel better at once.
ndiatolowvitlit an ofen eadtoTo delay Is dangerous --get a botue
uiostraan lugtobei-of Dr. King's Now 'DIscovery at once.
~ldn o1~mt~1 r igsMoney back if' not satisfled. 50ce and
iJew Discovery will relieve the cougrh 1.1) nhttni on. a..u.drugist