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Quick Relief When
Utterly Worn Out
Getting the Blood in Order
Ia Required By Most
If you think you have gone to masi and
lit only for the disenrd. try S. S. S. for the
blood. It will siriise yot to know what
en he lidone for li-alth once tilt blond Is
released of the excess of body wastes that
keep it from exercising its full measure of
bodily 1 epair.
If youi fl'l played out, go to any drug
store and ask for :a bottle of S. S. S. lere
is a releody that gets sit work li a twink
ling; it lust nituorally riushes right lio
your lilood, sentters germs right and left,
up amid down and1 sheways.
You feel bet) r it one., not from a silmn
uWant, Ilot froml the actilMti f drtigA, b11t
from the rati onal eiTe of a iatural mei
Thle Ingreoents In R. S. S. serve the
active laurpose of so st111111 tin. the cellular
tissiles of the body thnt they phk out froill
the blood their own essntlal nutrinent and
thus repnIr work begi ats. si ouce. TI'he relief
Is general iall over the system.
Do not neQg1('let to got a bottle of R. S. S.
today. 1t wIll make yotu feel better in Just,
a few ininutes. It is prepared only in the
laboralory ox The Swift Spielfe Co., 530
Swift Illdg., Atlantn. Ga. Vend for their
frete bok telling (if the miany stralge con)
ditions ihn1 nilet thle human taully by
:reason of .Itpovertlsed blood.
The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head
Because of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA.
TIVE lROMO QUININIE is better than ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervonsness nor
ringing In head. Remember thedfull nanme and
look for the signature of E. W. -GROVI .25c.
SU)IMAONS FOR 'RL'U ,F.
Complaint not, Served.
State of 80Outhi carol1na,
County o' 1i2aurens.
li court or common (11 'as.
M adora F"letm ing, P111i111ift,
Larry 1Fleilling, 11211ty Iblksdale tree
Fleming, Willialin Fleniilt'., A).red
FIleIing, ll1i1,v0 Flem iling, o)
r"eiga FleminIg, Doglasn *lening,
Alattie I1 11 lent in , .111l i Flm -
ing, Iue ile Fleiniig, Sallio FlewrIg,
Nannie Fleming, ISs i" (, (10leming"
Stoho (lemilig adI6 C. 11. )uch c'tt,
To the Defendants alove iiamed:
You are herehy sultiliolned and re
quired( to 1111swerC the.rOlipillitit ill I IS
action which wal filed ill tie oflice of
the ' oCk of tile Court of Common
Pleasfo tot e Count) -of 'Iureln "i
said state, oil the 2ilih day -of Felinil
ary, 11, 111d to sI''Vt a copy of yorl
allswer to the t 0Said c --omliplailt oti the
subs lt-c'rs, it their olilce at ILau1ret's,
S. C., wilhi Iw Int ( a-s Iftlb' tile Ser1'
VICe lereof. fx f th dlay of
Stich S rieli1. and if yo12 fall to nswr111m
tille com.plainVt Itili w ill e tiie afici o
Said. the(l plaintiff inlt'isUt action will
apply to ilit ' r o , ol t 1 lif 1eaiy ot
ed in i 1e Co1plaint.
Daod P(c.11 A.
1)111teil04 Se . C.t , 1I)25. 9
Fertguson, Fe1terShoe & 'Knight,
To th)e Non-Tl-sh1ent 1 2.-ndani. Lai
ry Flemin ,- \\'illinn Fl em it , 4 .\lI
fred i liling and B11 iif Lev
thive iCotr 2':fr Lauen inty le
orf S il C'ar' ola, on ithe 5th dalt I
Febraury1;'195, amoi' is o 11(11 now inclc
anid -o ie.~ oillli t u~cali
therguson,~( t l a lersto 111 Knight
Atrflg WIeAt'trleystfor1 Plniff
tor' Mter's Friendh
the 2fljsh 111 owrrs~:l n Iod O10')d ther
atnr is <m:e n '5n ho ClflI 11)-l' So c'
Unitt dS'ates Sever 'Iyear h.:t h
impeia: remrr isrepotal orhael
the '!r of ovet-7 Fin-neall ~ou
are nle y t~lf ith onte ha'd
millim-irr. .\orga and llbikefell,
antate the enough'lt If 1:al'tus'
bnes I i 2.',ron 2 l lo t iIld'.'' It'
thnei)cy 1)liOf t holde('Ir o it prse:
tryphaltor t's, de not laisrepro-l
sent the( extlr'sloti w eth. ~ liiltdt
"t'ltItom ot tSOVl urisdl ton ~oberv th
tumer ment~as(ne who ome int tr")sore
derms sOoft n 1o chase 'Aother ani
*PMFriend,'t "1 ha emarked1!
recmmededby hos f Woehp
knowfromexneqnougt and by endwh
know rom bsehvtbon torte 3adru--d
Reguato Co, 88 Lamr Bg. A.Mthanta
::; ~ we wll aen ' y " i naual plittlo
\ raly oert'
4.' .is'a entlI
FIVE SHOT TO DEATH e
BY BRUNSWICK MAN
'onfoo .1hi'll1ips Runs.- Allilek und
Shoots it Everyone In Sight. 3aid.
man Slhini by Lawyer.
Brunswick, Ga., Alarch 6.-Armed
with an automatic shotguln, Monroe
Phillips, a real estate and timber deal
er, ran amuck in the business district
hiere today, killed live citizens, wound
e( thirty-two, and was himself shot
dead. Of the wounded Gunner Tolinas,
a bank collector and Et'rnest McDon
akid probably will die.
'l'ho (lead: llayry F. Duinwoody,
prominent attorney; William Hackett,
undertaker; I. .L Deaver, policeman;
1'. C. Padgett. former policeman;
George W. Asbell, motorman; Ronro,
Phillips, rea.1 estate and timber dealer.
The police believe that Phillips be
c''ime suldenly insie because of al
leged 1in.ianacial difficulties.
It. *as at lie 'busiest h1our1 of the dIy
that I'hillips, carrying a shotguna, en
teri thiae oil le of iHarry P. Dun woody,
a lawyer, against whomn he is S..1(1 to
have cherishlle ill feeling, and killed
hiian. Phillips then shot Albert Al.
Way, who was in IDunlwoody's otlice.
Although badly wolilded, \1y prob
ably will -recover. *
Walking calmly from the oflice, Phil
lips faced a-corwil which had beeni at
tracted by the firing. Without a word
Phillips suddenly began shooting into
the th-rong and a wild stampede for
shelter folowed. i. .\. Deaver, a
policellian, was killed when lie at
tempited to arrest tie .crazed man1.
Phillips continued to fire on every
body in sight antili he was shot down
by 1. C. Iutts, all Ltaltoiriey, more than
hialf al hour after Dunwoody had been
'hillips is thought to have becoirie
insane because of ullvepd financial
reverses and developed an enmity ft-r
IlIarry P. Dunwoody, a Unominent lit'.
yer and politic'an, Ili Whose otlice h(
)('gan hais mliurderOl'us a.1tack.
'Shortly before noon PthillLps, carry
in g a double-barreled anut.oiatie gun,
walked Ino the oillc of Dulnwoody, 'on
tihe secolld floor of a building in til'
cetrlle of the bur-iness district. 1) e
ii red both barriels into the attorney's
head, killing him instanily. The slayer
then walked down .lie .lti:rs to t-.
stet, where several cit.izns altractedt
by tle shots had gat.here. Phillips
fIred into tte crowd, Rilling -I. C.
Podtget. Fle Ithen began shooting Into
a crowd ofi mien 1who :66llected on the
opposite side of the strott, wounldinlg
several (itizens and kit lig (eo. W.
Ashell. Pe'id'st riiauns began .runing 1(
Phillips reloaded his guni as ht.
walked to a str'iet. corner and took ilp
his station Inl fr1ont of .a1 drug, store,
where h began shooling at 'very per
Sot who appear''d Oil tihe, streel.
Severlt persons stalding blocks awa.
from1 11lie dru'ag sotr'e w're siu'llCkiby
stray sh1ots. Mr. Ilacket was kili
as hi stopped ri'i om10 a buildilng onto th,
I ''reseily Policeliall Denv':r Camh1Oe
r'uniniig 12 to ( the s(cene antI betgan I
Ishoo~tinig at, Ph'illiips, w~ho tur'ned his
goun oin the oflfi' anud shioi imlldead.
A billtel fr'om thle p0l'icemanlh'.s 'eyvolver,
ho wever', woalunded Phliitlips.
Butta, whlo had beeni stru'ack by -a shot
f'rm Philltips gun I, rushied to -a Iard1(
w~ar'e storiie and1 obtatining a pistol1, lie
Lanl tiig ait the. crazed timiber deler~l'i.
A\ bullet fr'oml thie la wyei's pistol -tiial1
ty struc'k ltllitps and tie fell to, Ciye
sidlewlalk, dlying within11 a few mhinutes.
\\'hen at' shotin~tg ended't ambulilhialoes
and automobhitiilesi uri I V' he315 more'
hia/J lien inavolve*ll ini ('onlderab'l' Ie til
gatlln ini locall cour its. I a-was st aed
he leecintly haid lost eunasttiable
moi ney Ill leal estat.1e I~ranisra'tionl and11(
had( (dealinig with Duniwoody. 1:1' oiwnetd
sev'eral tr',actas or laad nt~ear I'laconl.
lDunawoody was ait 011e time may'or'
her a'' 1ndl alIso 1h1( serv'~ed in G;eorlgia
legisalture' as a Rei'resentative ;and
Stuate Senator. Ie Wark a nephe-O'r of'
.Jaistice S. C. Atkhison, of, the Geor'gIa
'lyhe dead:1 iarr'y F., Dunwi "oody,
promilnent attorney; WV~ni a Ihacketl,
amndhr'taker; R. 'iJ. D)eaver, 'polICemla n;
L,. C. Padgett, formei'ripoliceman;
PhtiillI is, real estate and( tilirl dcat
Among Itie more seitously wvo-unIdedi
areo: Albert M. Way, real estate dteal
or: L. J. iCLeavy, Sigmuniid Levinsona,
mnei'chanlt; Gun T111 ol nas, ban 2k eilerk;
Sl'r. 1i. L. Fox and1( W. Ii. Ulerry, mer'
A Fit0 Quaief-le,
One of the lhensjng felaur'es of' Co
burnI'l's Greater i'instr15 ielst at the Otiera
Iloulse tonight. Is the male11 Quaritette
('om-posedl of' Mr. Lester ~Luensa, basso;
'ar'th'y, .lead tenor aind yodler',- and'(
William Ohuirch, lyric 'r'obuslt tenor
and tihe possessor of one of the mostI
powerful toh) tenlorts in mitrIelsy.
Mr. Church's range tat phenominal, and1
his rendition of Sentimental, comedy
orassofed' besndividualize him
an anan sn .i.-- feaure of the
om'pany. Of pleasing.appeara.' nce and
ddress Mr. Church is as big a favorite
ith the members of the company as
ith those Imusie loving patrons who
astantly respond to his talent. Ir.
iUCns' personality and splendid -bass
olce is too well known to require
om ment. This season as Interlocu'ter
vith the com-pany his many friends
Vill have an opportunity of recogniz
ug an added ability in this versatile
>erforner entirely unexpected in con
Leetion with his musical work. Justin
*CCarthy the Celtictenor-, is also well
Lnown in minstrelsy. Ills beautiful
enor selections and Tyrolean Yodels
)einig well known to patrons of tl:s
,omlpany. Jos. laguire's barritone,
although a new mnan with this comn
mny immediately enrolls him a favi
to. E4very mniber this season is t#h
atest and best fron the song writer
enture selet ions. The quartetle, it
el f the lbest Malanager Coburn has ev
3r had, iDon't miss them tonight I
Vou love good singing. Seats on sale
it PoWe's drug store.
STOMACH FEELS FINE
limel "Paipe's OI) dipepslia!'' ini liie in -
Ies )aIl Soull ess, (4as, Illenirtburn
11nd4 Dyspeplsinl is gone.
Sour, gassy, upset stonach, indiges
lion, heart.hurn1, dyspep sia; whenl thel
(ood you Vat ferneni ts into gases ald
stubborn lups; your headaches and
Vou feet sick and mniserable, that's
when you realize the magic in Pape's
Diapepsin. It makes all stoniach ils
cry vaiish in liv 11 ilutes.
If your stoiacli' is/in a continuous
revolt-If yol Can't get it regulated,
])lease, for your say e, try Pape's Dia
pepsini. It's so ''(dless to have a
ba1d stomachmilia L! your .noxt mocal a
favorite 0ood me 1, thei, take a little
Diapepsin. The e n ill 1)nt he a-. (Is
tress-eat witka lit fear. ., hecause
Pa*;pe's 'Uiapep. n "rei'.y does" regu
late wveatk, o1t-of-order stollach)u that
gives it its m11111lions of sales annually.
Get a1 large fifty-cent ease of Pape's
Diapepsin from anly drug store. It Is
the <Ilickest, s11i'est stoillach ]'(' (ef and
eure known. It acts almost like mal11gie
-At I.; at SCientifie, harmless anid pleas
ant stomlach preIalration which truly
belongs ill every hollie.
Bismarck and Russion.
Although Ilisnarek knew Russian
well, he declined to take any notice of
dispatches addressed to the Gernar,
foreign ullice in that language.
"My predecessor," lie once related.
'wrote to ill the ,diplomiatists in Ger.
man. and they repliod each.in his own
llingunllgeL-RIussian. Spa nish, Swedish
and What not. I decided -that all com.
nitinicaions received in languages oth.
-er than German. French. EnglIsh and
Italian should be left unnoticed.
"lludberg. the Ilu4shin atmbassador t
In Berlin. wrote me sereed after sereed
always in lusslai. No answer was
returned. nnd at Ilast lie Cme to ais, ik
-the reason for mily silence. 'There is n
grent pile of docullients in Itissian 1i
downstairs,' I told him. 'Yours are t
probsably amiong thei.
'We have no one who unlderstainds
.Russlan. au(] I have given instructions
'for all documents written in i hin.
gunige we do not understand to be pt1
away iI tile lrcilives.' it Wa1.s tlin
irranged that Iludberg should write to
us -Ill French."-New York Sun.
England'o Most Famous Bell.
In 1858 the world fatmous bell "Big ,
Ben," which pealIs out tihe hiours in -the .a
tower of the Westminste' 'hot~sos of
palrliamlent in1 Lonldon, WaIs 'turnied out1
of the moldl. "Big Ben" was named)3( .
after Sir Renjamin Hall1, comm~iissioneor
of works, who was a man of enormous
sta1ture. TIhe great sounding instru-.
men~lt was formally ch~iiteneid "St.
Stephen," hilt from the first it was
p)opularily enlled3( "'lIig B~en." Thue hell
wvas de(slri(ned by 1E. B. Den11son1, whio
ha ter' beenme13 .I'(rd Griimthorpel~. Th'Ie
first alttempllt 1o moldl thle hell was a
sam111 matlerial,. twenllty3-two par'ts ('p
per iand sevenl t in, waIs used( iln theO se(.
(1nd1 ensting ait WVhitechaipel. "lBig
illen" weighs Ilthrt anrd a half tonus,
is inelteenl feet and s1 ix inches ini di.
ha heIght. Th'le elapper weighis 000
poun~ds. "Big lBen" cracked shortly
after he was hung in place, but hia
tonies. larev'iously somewc!v at mournful
anud .dirgelike, were uimpr 'ved by the
PolIsh Versus English.
We tiive olir dliflICu'IltIes in the pro.
,nuncit'ion~i of PolIsh name~is, anId I was
foolishly chl ling a Polish .frIend as to
the tongue twister Prnzasnyzs. Tihae
Pole laiughed, said the wvord wth an A
.easy swling and1 tauighlt imc in a mi111ute
bow to pronounce it. And lie taught
030 somiethilng else--t he dhifficulty of
the langualge' of 1rnglanrd. Words. of.
English can be'nt the Polishi In the Con.
stralinglaltIon of vowels and COnsHo
nanuts, andii my1 Polish1 frIend after we
hnrd sat and1( spat nad gurgled and (1
purnred the easy word(s of his speech
pulled out a newspiaper anad plointedI.
"rhe relatli'e strenagthas"- Hie wvould
likec to know how to pironounce(' that
w~ord( of eight conasonalnts and1( one
vowei. Andi( I shouldW hIke to bnek thalt
word to bent11 the frIendlIest foreigner,
on our shaor,-LIondlon Chronlice. t
Ladies0 ghaould take DRI. SIMMON'S
U'IAW VINIE WINIE for all1 irr'egal
ar'itles. It re4lievesI quickly and re
tor'es naturlI conditlonls. Prico $1.00 c
ecr bottle. Sold b~y all druggists, a
nylgoretlng to the Pate and Sickly
hae Old 8tandard gneret etr gl~~gtoble
IROv I's ISTItLSBchill dea
*m. A true tate Fo dls b . e
have a full Iir
In all th(
What the Letter Meant.
"We arrived here safe after a long
nd troublesome Journey. The ordered
oods have arrived in excellent condi
[on. The miessenger has brought us
now and iall it good order. The
tormn came onie day Inter. I am sorry
1t: t he thunder hurst up, in2d the
ghtning we had to pimtch Up also
'ie occan and rivers I wish you to
enld a1s early asm possible. nltd do not
orget to send us nlew clouds aind a
eW stn. [ilt tihe Imtost important
hing we want Is a1 hay. os ours has
'en burnA'e. Then we want ita few
ardis of forest. lt->ll tihemlt till upl) and
mnd ImmI ledilately. "
1This letter was not written by a
rnetical joker, but bly the mnager of
traveling thentiienI company whleh
id lost some of' its scenery.
"I never robbed at man but once,"
aid the htonest tramnp, "and thten I
as starving. lie would not sgive me
pennty. and I cotulnt stan~d the
unawintgs in my stomattch any longer.
o 1 kntoeked himn downt antd went
brought his pocketa. Whatt klind of a
nut (did I matke? .lust one little bot
Ie. whtich read on1 the inhtel: 'epsn.
or t hat full feelIng atfter entting.'"-_
Viscontszin Itat .Ioutrna .
Stick a Screw in Soap.
A enrltenter whvto has to insert s
trew it hnrd w.'od pushes(4 the screw
Irst straight inito a lmp~ of soap.
'htis matkes it ensy' to screw. into tile
vood. S~oapl is much'I better thtan oIl.
a the hitter isq so qulickiy absorbed by7
be wood that thtis swells antd tho
"Thte real nman rises above his tinndI
"I rIse b~efore? miine."
"Yes. 8hie mtakes tme get up and get
1y own.' break'nat."-lit. L-outs Post
The Harvest 4s Bur4.
"It's al tre anySinig that 'What a man
ows that shall he also renap.' "
"Aas, yesi No chickene sernteh uip
te seeds we sow. In our spIritual gar
ens." - Hostont TPran script.
[1ullbanfd stirmnlyt- Un derstandl me.
md(11at. your ext ravnganoce will have
> eense soner or later. Yountg WIfe
Vel., thon. We'll mtatke it later.- Itostont
ft t19 praoed by nltentft enrvings uin
arthe 1( in Fiypt that -the hellows
wpre int 2se for forgling fires in the tif
We were going to insert one of the
ute sayings of the youngest right
bout here, but 'It was so smart we
new no one would believe '.-Kala,
New line -Aluminum Ware just in,
leaper than ever before.
to announce tl
ie of Millinery ti
utiful New Sprir
-s arriving every
rg Coat .'S
h popular shades
0, $12.50, $15
SlOES IEPAIRED IN FIRST-CLA
We use the best leatheir that I
work will please and thatour Sol
Black Cat's law an( Spring S
Tan Cat's Plaw and S'pring.Stel
o'Sullivan R1ubber Ieels ....
Ieinaclis interchangeable Ruil
IHalf Soles, machine or hand so
lalf Solos, sewed, women ....
liecis flxed ..... ... .... ..
H alf Soles, tacked, men ....
Half' Soles, tacked, ladies ....
We put oil any kind of rubber
wholesale prices we are able to (o
We have juat received a new in
whlie you wait. We (1o the work i
New York Sam
U. S. Post Ofice
Laurenis, S. C. --
Oftice of Custodian.
February 17, 1915.
Sealed proposals will be rceivedC~ at
thIs buIlding untIl 2 o'clock p. mn.,
.\a rch 16, 1915, and thlen openedl, for
fuirishuing elc Uric Irn, water', ice,
anld iscelWlIaneou1SsU uppl IcS, remov ig
ashes andJ rublbhh andl~ washing towels
duint - the ical year endhlig .June 30,.
91f. Sealed propoals will also 1be re
ce ived untIl 2 o'clock p. nI)., Apr)l- I,
1 9'J5, and1( theni oplened, foxt 25)is of
hituinlous coal and 2 cords wOOd. T1hie
right to rejct anhy and( all bids Is
r'eserv'ed by the Tlreasurly D~epartment.
Chian. II iceks, CustodIan.
Augustus C. Hart,
Attorney at Law
BANK OF LAURENS BLDG,
Itoomis 5 and 8 bhone 25
P'rompt attention given to all business
Practice in all State Courts.
N. B. DIAL A. C. Toorn
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
IEnterprise B-ank Butiding, L~auress, S.C,
PflACTICE~ IN A LL CO JRTS
Money to loan on Real Estate--Lojpy
CHICH ?T PJJLS
LAUIRENS DRUG RITORIE,,
Deltox Grass Rtugs 80x60 -t1hes, C
only 75c, other so.e frotm 6r5o up. to I
S.. .fl. WILKB C.wr s a a
iat we -will
k1s season as
g Hats just
SS STYLIC WHILE YOU WAIT.
s made and guarantee that our
s will wear.
Ltp Ileels .... .... ..... c
Heels .... .... .... ..50c
bed, meenls.... .... .....nc
............ ... ..50C
veci, 111011"i.... .... ....75 c
.... ......... ........ 50C
.... ..... ... .... ....-o c
heels. Ulying our supll)Iehls at
this cheaper than others.
achine that will sew your shoes
1Z0Pl ATOR i
.W. Ferguson C. C. Featherstone.
EROIUSON, PERMTiBRSTONE & KNlGRI;
-A tinrneys et L.aw
Laurens, S, C,.
~rompt1 an eni creful atteniIon givier
v to ll business.
Offlee over Palinetto flank
We re now prepuared4 to nmake auto-.
tobie repiris uandi do p~illuig work
ndi ill appreciate the pautronage of
Sw rgert & Northey
tM(e Airen's Old Standj near Dep)ot'
We aire now prepared! to maike auito.
Phon~le No. 3116.
Enjlueering and Contractingf
sand Surveys a Specialty
an ete Work Skillfully done or lp
rawing and estimates of all Kinj.
lephone No. 346
ow To (lie Quinine To Children.
la!rr. In ther demsa aten to an
et d dq .Mtda'i it e a