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FOR THIE RIELIEF
DR. N. A. SIMMONS
is an old reliable remedy
It is quick-acting and thorough in
driving out bilious impurities in
the stomach, liver and bowets.
of this bilious matter; indigestion,
dizziness, bad taste in the mouth
and that drowsy, tired feeling will
quickly disappear, bringing back
a fiuo sensation of vim and ex
hilaration of mind and body. It
is one of the most effective system
purifiers on earth. Dr. If. A.
Simmons' Livor Medicis is now
put up in a handsome litho.
graphed tin box. Look for the
picture of Dr. M. A. Simmons
on the front; it Is the mark of the
AsA for the 7?n Box
Prwce 25 Cents
C. F. Simmons Medicine Co.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Augustus G. Har
Attorney at Law
BANK OF LAUILENS BLDC1.
In office recently occupied by John N
Prompt attention given to all businesi
Practice In all S.ate Courts.
B. R. TODD
Engineoring and Contracting
Land Surveys a Specialty
-screte Work Skillfully done or In
Drawlngsi and etnimates of all KInd
Telephone No. 346
Laurens, S. C.
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DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
Enterprise Bank Building, Lanreus, S.C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Uoney to loan on Beal Estat.--Lon
Undertakers and Embalmers
Cal a answered any hour., day or night.
LA URENS, S. C.
DR. CLIFTON JONES
offce Bun Slmmons Building
Phone: Ofle No. 86; Residence 21
Enrterprise Bank Building. Pshone 22
Jno. W. lVerguson C. C. Featherstene
W. B3. Knight
PEiMU4SON, FBArT H(STNj! & KNKIIfJ
Attorneys at Law
I aurens, S. C.
Prompt and caroful attenbion given
Office~ver Palmette Bank.
Dr, T. I. Timmerman
People's Bank Bui:lding
Lam-erns, S. C.
Don't. prit I.yours':elf o be ,come
consu Ipaled, asi your system immali
niel'y beglsta to absorb luotion from
the backed(--u p wastRe ma tter. lJse lDr.
KIng's New fire Pill and keep well.
TIhere Is no better safeguard agaIna9.
-Ilne.. .Jnt, take ne ,dnu tnnIg
ATTEMPT TO DRAG
IRBY FROM STAND
-Medicine Men" Resent His Charges
Threaten to Stop Him but Irby
Stands Firm and Speaks.
Spartanburg, Aug. 23.-At the meet
lug at the courthous last night in
which several candidates spoke-Irby,
Wyche, Nicholls, Keilcy and Duncan
the speeches of Irby and Duncan pro
viled the features. The meeting was
arranged for the Blease people. So
licitor A. H. Hill presided over the
meeting and at tine ls he had a rough
W. C. Irby, Jr. who wished to im
press on his friends the mistake they
are about to make in supporting Rich
aitds, devoted a portion of his speech
to telling why Richards should not
be supported. The other part of his
speech dealt mainly with his advo
cacy of a commission to look after
the .interests of the milk operatives
ond other issues in the campaign for
Mr. Irby had been speaking but a
short time when he mentioned Mr.
Richards. Hub Lockman asked hi'm
if the Blease candidates for governor
had not held a caucus in Columbia
and promised not to abuse each other.
"I never promised not to abuse
John G. Richards," shouted Mr. Irby,
"for I considered him a man thrust
into our fold to fool the people." liur
ralis for Mr. Irby and cheers for
Richards met this outburst. Mr. Irby
replied by saying that the "Inedicine
wen" need not think that, they colId
howl him down. This epithet was
rcsented, but. the canididate (.olttIint
ed. saying itat he ha seen in the
paper that the "medicine inen" had
lnwled down Simmts. and he had
heard thai they had come to howl
hii down. Several rushed t..rough
the crowd at this ti.me, one man Itl
shirt sleeves grabbing Mr. Irby by the
arm and telling him that hey would
Advise Mother's Friend
I0e1nuse ' is ' it ty .mfe to uss
and Ita1s bvel of such griat hlIp toI a
host of ex.Vql4tntit
niotliers, tiese wo
thi.4 IlloAt happy
Xperiod. .tv.i' h>
us of ''Mother's
Is to relieve th i
'undueio tvin.sion uponl
the cords and 1 anietintits rsumttm frowin
inuscl!ar ex pa risioni. It*'neath4 tht mir
fai'o "0i a n t wo'rk )f ti:e narvo tira&l
and th, gnt., 1.soothiih- embirocation,
"I'oth, r's Frloiil." k; designed to so
itbriente tho rnutsoular. fibres4 as~ to a1vol
the Mnil:-lr anvonitinuous1 niaggling
uilim thl-i myrti.t of nvrvo-. Apptlei to
thbrits it utfords the proir..i ma.ssage
to >r--*.*n' en:.ir
T Iure Is r ly n. WIll-st oked drug
storo anywh. bii ut i what you .11n silty
Obtaitl t )AII-l of ''Mother's I''rlend"r and
In near!y every town :li villago is a
grandnim. who Iherself isil it In earlier
yea rs. Ix!e t anit nother aro urged to
try this splendhi nsstaiant.
Alot her's FrIind hitS beein prepa red
by IBradtield Regulator Co., i1t) Lamar
' lI1g.. Atlanta, Ga.. for nearly hilf a
(ce rtury. Setij for valuable little buok to
ex pectantL1111 m ther,,.
Stipitaeha Silllel'ers ttil T|ris
P'O man1 y stomaticht su fte rers htavye
been bentell id by a simitple p resc rip
tiont of ve'getablei oils wlehi cured a
ChIicago druggist of chron ic stomacl'
liver and ittestinal trouble of years'
standing that we want you surely to
try this remedy. It is kunown as Mayr a
Wondetrful Stomach lRemedy. One dose
will convinee yotu. It usually gives
wondlerful relief within 24 houtrs-ev
en in the most stubborn cases. Mayr's
Wonderful Stomach Remedy is now
sold here by Lautrens D~rug C'o.
By Clearing Blood
A Function Greatly Assisted
By a Well-Known
Most renders will be Inte'restedl to more
clearly uindeirstatnd why anialyis of utrinf Ia
144 importatnt. Ina te tue of 5. R. H. to
puirlfy the blood, Its netton is a stImulant
to the mtyrlnd o(f lute blood0 vessels that
make up (14 the conruct tisue oIf the
kllinys. All the loodiw from all over the~
body mus~ct pass (throuigh the kIdneys. Th~ey
act as tesiters and~f assayers. And n4eordin~g
to wvhat they allow to pass ot In Ithe urliti,
botht as tol quan tity andl monIerlalIs, the
health of the kIdneys and the' luality of th~o
blood Ia det ermined. The caitaly3tie energy
forcid tby 4. . Is shiowtn I the urine.
It is also donitstratedoi in the' sk in. Andi
tie kidneys tie dtfllrlil ing ll naur' oif
H. H. H., actlilng as Itiliuos thirouigh allI the'
lvere oflli sll lt! io tsows a11markedI
decrea14se It ltlii of diitas tian rfest tins as dem
I ons ofated by riey anil Isl. Tis sslist.
yur lit gi eI b-.f. . s ith k Iny I41 bT
the I muncto'i i)r(iIIs; t ill CliilIlto se m-t
uhatd by~tIl thll tllrnte nto lforh
liv., angT sIft nd Aklinys. Thut., 111In
enses ofi hen dia foil r 1t iteh ronic sor
1roa and wthe toyriro othdr rllle tndica
anreain e. nrn elh
pull him down and . not let him i
speak. The crowd gave a whoop. Mr. I
Irby shouted that he would not be I
stopped, and for the next few mo
ments none could tell what was going E
to happen. Mr. Lockman and 'Afr. t
Irby were carrying on a heated battle I
of words which none could hoar. So- 4
licitor Hill was waving his hands and
calling to the crowd to stop, and the c
uproar would not be stilled. To add
to the picturesqueness of the scene.
J. C. Porter, placing himself, directly
In front of Mr. Irby and shouted: "I
sand betweeen 3ill Irby and any one
of you, and South Carol-ina has never
iroduced a gamer man than I am. I
will shed my last drop of blood or
protect him," and other such expres
sions, all th( time saying that he
would not let any one get to him.
Finally Solicitor Hill got a hearing
and appealed to the people to hear
the candidates, saying that he was
the friend of all and wished to give
this advice. He asked a good hear
Ing as a personal favor.
Mr. Irby continue to throw hot
shot into the teeth of the medicine
ioen and never exhibited the slightest
trace of fear. "These medicine men
can go all over the state and sell med
icine to negroes, but I want to show
them that they have not got th epeo
p!e of Spartanburg in their pockets."
Continuing, he said: "They may give
the negroes mediolne to cure their
stomachs, but I am talking to the
brains of this county."
Pandemonium reigned several times
and when Mr. Irby finished, Mr.
Lockman made a statement to the
crowd and said that whoever said the
medicine men had planned to howl
down Si'mms or Irby told a lie. This
ringing epithet went out over the
iarge audience without any attellpt
to resent it.
Solicitor Hill then made another
plea for the people to be quiet out of
respect to the women pre4ent. and as
a personal favor to him. The other
candidates got a respectful hearing.
The meetings last night and iPriday
ii4'ht were without parallel in this
couty inl that two Illease candidates
were howledl down by Bilease people.
From iliss arlinutton. *
To the Wollen of Laurens ( ounty:
As organii.er of the toinato club
work in Laurens county it is natu ral
that I take. pride, as well as pleasure
in doing everything for tihe advance
111ent of the wonnenl ill the ruru'al dis
Messrs. .1ln ). W. Watts and Wil
liai y 1;%rd, two of tile nIanaager's of the
laturens county fair, have kind ly giv
on their conlsenit and( offeredI thleir u
pol to a proposit lonl I wisl to put
before the4 womenl of' thle coltinty. It Is
Ily illteltioll to hiave a wolali'.s te
partient at our next county fair ill
October. I a11u expecting opposition
ilt amin prepared to ileet it.
l'very unilertaking imist have a bo
gillning so this year~ we initenld to haIve
0o11y c'anned fruit, preserves, jelly anid
pickles; also rolls, cake and biscuit.
Thie Lauren i coun '0 ity fair~ association
has1 no money for lprizes, but If I get up
a woman's depar itmeint and give blue
ribbons. won't thle good women of Lau
rens county rally to this extensJon
work and help me1? 1 have done sim
ilar' work and know it is no child's
play, so I must have your support.
ThIs is your fair and thr'oughl you it
can be made a wonderful success.
I expect every progressive house
wilfe in Laurens County to write me
lust what you will send.
Comne forward. housekeepers, with
four best canned fruits, jellies, pre
ierves, cakes, rolls and biscuits.
The fair will be held the first part
>f October, so write mec as soon as
rou read thIs for I will have my va
lation all of September.
Rtemember' I a mgolng to hlave a wo
nan's department at the [Laurens
tounty fair, if it is only one biscuit. on
Janye Conway Giarlington.I
Laurents Boy Promoted.
Mr. W. P. Garrett, a native of lmu
'ens county, who has been connected
vith the Davis-Wagner Business Cot
ego In 'Norfolk, Va., has recently been
:lected Vice-President and Secretary.
4r. Garrett has only been connected
vitht the college for two years which
a pr'oof that his promlotion Is tile re
wit of exceptIonal ability.
TOBACCO COMPANY AIDS.
xtends Credit to C'ustoimers nm ('ofttn
Newv York, Aug. 22. -Presidlent 1P'r
~ompIany, has sent theo following nti et
o all the( ('omipany's custolmers in Abei -
,amia, A\rkansas, F'loridia, Ge'orgia,
)k lahornma, Sou thi (Carohlila, Tenneatsst', 3
uid Tlex as:
"We have bte('ome a ware of~ the ('i..
lairassmlent brouight on thle cot toln
~rowing sections b4y the 1t0ropean war e
in the resuiltin~g inablity to market -
ottoin crops5. .We earnestly hope and,
>eie~ve tltet this embarrassment 4s (
omporary. We are earnestly anxious
hough, to contribute, so far as we can,
o the relief of it. * On that account we
vill permit our customers in the
tates above mentioned to discount
heir bills, an account of purchases
Rnde hereafter. within ten days after':
)ctober 15, 1914. This applies to all t
>urchnses of all our lines, and wheth- ]
r of drop shipments or stock ship- e
BRILLIANT CARIER ENDED.
fr. F. W. Carlisle, Jr., a Big Factor in
the Business of LIgget' and *dyers
Co., Died in Atlanta. 0
'The following account of the death
of Mr. F. W. Carlisle, Jr., was clipped
rom the Atlanta Constitution. Mr.
.arlisle was a brother of Mrs. L. B.
3iardy of this city and a son of Mr.
?. W. Carlisle, who is now making
uis home here. They have the pro
'ound sympathy of many friends in
Laurens. The account in the Consti
W7, many friends among the tray
AMng men of the south, as well as bus
ness men generally, will be grieved
to learn of the death on last Tuesday
In this city of Felix W. Carlisle, Jr.,
3ales manager for Uggett & Myers,
the big tobacco house of St. Louis. j
Mr. Carlisle, while on a visit
through this territory, where he was
Inaugurating a big advertising cam
paing, was taken with a sudden and
acute attack of Bright's disease. lie
was hurried to St. Joseph's infirmary,
where his death cccurred within a few
days. Ills body was taken to his
Dld home, Opelika. Ala., where funer
%l services and his burial occurred be
fore a great throng of friends and
relatives, including a large number
Df his traveling salesmen throughout
the south. Among the number were
the following Atlanta honorary es
cort and pallbearers from among the
Georgia salesmen: Z. W. Matthews,
G". K. Vason, 0. B. Oakes, I. B. Par
ker, J. W. Sellers, George J. Howard,
C. It. Sliumate, W. 0. Parker, Ii. K.
Flemister, W. T. Coopedge, W. D.
Moore and .1. F. Mc~Dermott. E. B.
L'romwell, of the St. Louls oilee, also
attended tle funeral.
Few men at the age of Mr. Carlisle
had reached so prominent a place
aiong the commercial travelers of the
south. lie began a few years ago to
the bottom for the big St. Iouis house.
and when he died, at the age of 31, he
was in charge of a territory as sales
manager covering nineteen southern
states, aid working 112 ien. While
a keen and sueeessful salesman
himself, he was of a bright, ainable
nature, loved by every man under him,
ald to whom every man was as loyal
as it was possible to be. This was a
part of ils great success -his fair
tri'eatment of the\ men un ader him--:andl
it was freely predicted that had he
lived many years longer i:' would
iave beeni at the he ad of his big house.
* * * * eee e * . ......
* TYLElISVILLE NEWM.
Tiylersvillec, Aug. 21.-Rev. Blecket
f Columibla, delivered a very interest
ing sermon at Sandy Springs Sunday
Mrs. J. W. Blakeley, of Greenv~Ille.
vIsiting friends and relatives in this
Miss LUla Clark is spending ai whIle
Messrs. Claud Cooper and Tom
scott, of Whitmire, visited relatives
Mr. and Mrs. J. tG. Cooper and chil
Iren have returned from an extended
rislt to relatives near Cross Anchor.
Mrs. W. P. Poole and children at
ended services at Rocky SprIngs
Mr. L. S. McCray was in Lasurnsa
Mr. T. P. Poole andi daughters, Miss
*s Grace, Fannie and Mattle iHobo.
vere In Laurens Trhursday.
Miss Amanda Glenn and Mr. John
on vIsited reltives In this nelghbor-.
Mr. MartIn Poole was in Laurens
n business Saturday.
The Lesh infirmary, 'Thornwell Or
uhanage will bo dedIcated on Tues
ay, Sept. 1st, Rev. iDr. Thornwell
acobs5 of Atlanta will deliver the ad
ress In the Thiornwell Memorial
ullding, at 10 a, in., after whIch the
nfirmary wIll be open for Inspection.
'he public is very cordIally invited
o he present.
.SAVE' YOU MO)NEY.
lIy doing the work well, cleansing
rouir system of accumulated imnpurl
it's, loninig uip your1 liver to performa
Is natura ~l fiuntctions and generally
mpring'O your3011 physi'alI cond Itina.
IOSliY'S IV-VEll-LA X saves you
iiieh t ine anid mney. It also( saves
ou all the uncomfortable after' ef
ects h Iat r'esiult fromi the tak Ing of
alomel. No griping. no cramps, no
leaknesa or' headaches.
(U1I44Mfl"S '. LV-VERI-LAX is on
ale by L~aurons Drug Co. under an
absoeuto money refund guarantee at
Oc and $1.00 a bottle. IEach bottle
a protected by the likeness of L. K.
infignby. (let the genune,
LFTER HOSPITALS AND DOC.
D. Holmes, Ozone Park, Long Is.
and, N. Y., writes: "While you have
ot asked for a testimonial, I feel
hat it is due. A preparation such as
.X-ZEMA-FO should be known to
veryone. I was a sufferer of that
errible disease called eczema for
even years, doctored with the most
minent New York specialists and
everal various Skin Hospitals to the
xpense of over $300. Two bottles
f EX-ZEMA-FO cured me, and the
est of It all was that I was able to
ivelup the use of a salve, which,
vas what they all prescribed. Your
emedy EX-ZEMA-FO is a clean
iquid, did not soil my linen and went
ight to the spot. I have been recom
nending it to every one afflicted with
his disease and results have been the
ame as In my case.
EX-ZEMA-FO is the only prepar.
tion of its kind sold on the guar.
ntee that it cures or money is re.
FOR SALE fY
LAUMRNS VRUS CO.
taufts. . 0. ~""*
4pecity No. 68.
The Armstrong reunion will be held
at the D. J. Armstrong residence on
29th of August. Friends and relatives
are cordially invited to be present.
Faculty of Christian men a r
women of experience.
Courses leading to degree of A.
and A. M.
Diplomas In Music, Art and
Science and Art.
Equipment modern and convenie
tennis, basket ball.
Situation Ideal for health and
JAMES P. KINARD,
Specialists in Sub
Developing and I
Designs and Estima
i)mand tim genuine
you see an Aata,
NOTICE OF SALE
Order Chattel Mortgage
State of South Carolia,
County of Laurens.
By virtue of the authority contain
ed in a chattel mortgage, executed by
the Cold Point Granite Company to
the National Bank of Newberry, of
Newberry, S. C., .the South Carolina
Loan & Trust Company, of Charleston,
S. C.. the Peoples National Bank, of
Prosperity, S. C., and the Exchange
Badnk, of Newberry, S. C., on the 16th
day of Sept. 1909, and recorded on. th
26th day of Sept. 1909 in Vol. 20, pVA ,
615 of Chattel Mortgages In the ciftico'
of C. C. C, P. for. augeng-Opnt
said State, I will sell at' publid' 6 -
cry on the 1st day of Spot., 1914, A. D.
in front of the court house at Laurens,
S. C.. -C..H.. In said County and Stato,
the following goods and chattels de
scribed in the mortgage, to wit:
One (1) 50 H. P. Diddell Engine.
One (1) 60 H. P. boiler.
One (1) 60 H. P. Thompkins boiler.
One (1) hoisting engine.
One (1) Sullivan air compressor #Ad
One (1) Ingersol steel drill.
Four (4) hoisting crabs.
One (1) AuPtin roQk crusher No. 6
with screen and belt. i .
One (1) drum.
Eight (8) guy wires.
.Two (2) dumt) cars.
Oae(1y.lit of light dtmp'ear 1:
Three (3)' hundred fe6t' of4- '01h
pipe, 1ig ,. ;a
Terms of sale: Cash. "4
JOHN D. OWIt*4,
3-3t. Agent for Mortgagee.
Expression. Courses in3Oeic
nt. 32 acre campus. aymna~sum,
Ph. D., Anderson, C.
)S.. &- CHEVES
divizion of Lands,
tes of all classes of
l- an keenl
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