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And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin- I
cent Was Unable to Attend to
Any of Her Housework. ,
Pleasant Hill, N. C.-"i suffered for
three summers," writes Mrs. Walter
Vincen , of this town, "and the third and
last time, was my worst.
I had dreadful nervous headaches and
prostration, and was scarcely able to
walk about. Could not do any of my
I also ,had dreadful pains in my back
and sides and when one of those weak,
binking spells would come on me, I
would have to give up And lie down,
until it wore off.
I was certainly in a dredful state of
health, when I finally decided to try
Cadul. the woman's tonic, and I firmly
After taking inveni
have too many Wil
While it is possible th
er is yet to come an c
to those who are not
Winterwear at much
Only a limited nun
hand--these are offer
DO YOU LOOK
~the deep c
B. W. LOCKNE:
SMAN is judged by i
He 'is likewise jud
This fact being true
best ? You can be suri
jby sending your next (
ser Printing Company t
)elleve I would have died if I hadn'
After I began taking Cardul, I was
greatly helped, and all three bottles re.
leved me entirely.
I fattened up, and grew so much
itronger In three months, I felt like an.
>ther person altogether."
Cardul is purely vegetable and gentle.
icting. Ils'ingredlents have a mild, tonic
%ifect, on the womanly constitution.
Cardul makes lot increased strength,
improves the appetite, tones up the ner.
rous system, and helps to make pale
;allow cheeks, fresh and rosy.
,Cardul has helped more than a millior
weak women, during the pas 50 years
it will surely do for yo hat It has
done for them. ry C-fui today.
Write to: Chattanoojadne Co.. Ladlea d
ItC,18 vsory Dept. Chattanraa Tenn.. for Special h
ncrcase aund 64-PAse book, "Home
Dome n. seat in pain wrappe .
:ory of stock find we
iter Goods on hand.
e most severe weath- C
ipportunity is offered C
provided to secure
below ma et value.
ber of lankets on
.d at prime cost to
en near the edges of
s are distorted, but
urve of toric lenses
this and gives you a
~ar field of vision.
Bs are a vast improve
't us show them to
he clothes he wears.
god by his Stationery. '
, why not ye the
e of getting e BEST
rder to h Adverti
A. C. TOLBERT
GOES TO CHAIR
Greenwood Man Found Guilty 9f Mur.
dering his Wife. Jury Out but Short
Greenwood; March 6.-A. C. Tolbert
the young cotton mill operative, was
found guilty of murder this afternoon,
after a short deliberation by the jury,
which had heard all the evidence ad
duced since yesterday afternoon at
3 o'clock, when th'o trial began. The
testimony was practically completed
yesterda evening, and the morning
occupied with arguments of counsel
for defence. Solicitor Cooper I'n reply.
Judge Moore delivered his charge
shortly before 1 o'clock. At 3:10 the
jury .brought in its verdict, "Guilty of
Alurder." -Tolbert was found guilty of
an atrocious crime. 'le choked Iis
young wife to death' while the two
were alone in a room in a hobse at
Panola Mill, a few days before Christ
mas. He waited an hour. arfer .con
initting the .Crime before he notiietl
anyone, saying he wanted to be sure
she was dead. At the trial he testi
fled that her infidelity was the cause
of his rage towards her. The Pica of
the defence was insanity, and testi
iony both of physicians and others
was offered that Tolbert was "pe
culiar" or crazy. Whrn Judge Moore
finish'ed the death sentence Tolbert fell
as in a swoon. lie was carried into
a jury room and given medical atten
tion. The date of execution was fixed
for April 2. . Court adjourned after
sentence had been pronounced on Tol
TAKES OFF DANDRUFF
HAIR STOPS FALLING
.lrls! Try ' this. Mako hair thick,
glossy, fluffy, beautiful-No more
Withlin 'ten minutes after an appli
cation of Danderine you cannot find
a sigle trace of dandruff or falling
hair and your scalp will not itch, .but
what will please you most will be af
ter a few week's use, when you see
new hair, fine and downy at first
yes--but really new hair-growing all
over the scalp.
A little Dandering immediately dou
bles the beauty -our hair. No differ.
ence how dtill,if ed, brittle and scrag
gy, just im st i a -cloth with Dander
In and ear Hdly draw It through your
hair, takin one( siall strand at i time11.
The eiYeet is amtazing-yor' haIr will
be light, fluffy and wavy, and have an
appearance of abundance; an incon
parable lustre, softness and luxuri
Get a 25 cent, bottle of Knowlton's
Danderi-ne from - any drug store or
toIlet coiunter, and prove that, your
hair I,; as pretty and soft as any--tlhat
it, has been tnegic'ted or injiurted by
careless treatiment---thai's all--you
surely ean have beait tilul hair and lots
or it it you will just try a itt le 6.n
MADUE DISPENS.\RYV AUDITOR01
Governor 3atnning Nates ('olutbla
31an1t to Succeed Mose I. 3lobley.
Columbia, .\arebs t.-Governo .\lats
Ising tihIs tmorning appointed 1'. I'.
hultman, (f olu ia, di spensar
audi11tor', vice M ose II. . 01)1bley, wvhose'
termis has exiired. .\I t. Hitltmnani anit
n ouneed thtat his assistanti woitld( be
Albetrt. S. Fanst, of' Beltotn. C'ol. Oscar
W. Unabb, of L~aur etss, is th Ispriesett
assistanst (ilspenisary autditor'.
Th'le omfee of diuspensa ry attd Itor is
for four t yeats atnd pays a saila ry of'
$1 66.65 peri mthSttI. Thse assistant gets
a sala ry of $150t Iletr111 moth andti thle
stensographter a salary of $52 pet'
tmonith. 'rTh'e present offiee of thse dis
pentsar'y audlitor is locaited Ins the Pal
mesctto National Blank butildinig.
rThe new bioat'd of recgensts of the
Statte Ilospital for' the I nsanse was
called ' by Governor Mantnitsg to meet
on nsext Wednesday aftetrnoons at .I
o'clock fot' thse purpiose of orgniztsg.
'lThe board is composed or Ji. 10. Sirritse
of Gtreetsvilie; Rt. B. 'Scarborough, of
Cotnway; Drt. C. Fredl Williams, of Co
luimbila; Dr.' 8'. C, Baker', of Sumster,
and B, WV. Seegars, of Lee 'Counity.
The Act creating tlic State1 board of
charities andl corrtections does not take
effect until April 1. Ths board is conm
posed of ' Dr. George B. Cromer', of
Newberry; the Rev, Z. TI. Cody and L.
0, IFatter'son both of Gr'eenvllle; Ri. HI.
KIng, of Chaileston; Prof. D. D. Wal
lace, of Spartanburg. Thse board wIll
elect a secretary and an assistant see
retary,-.News and Courier,
FALLING IHAIRt OR
Now that Perisian Sage--an inex
pensive prleparation that supplies ev
ery hair and scalp need-recan be had
from the Laurens Drug Co. it Is cetr
tainly needless 'to hsave 'thin, brittle,
matted, str'ingy or 'fade hatt', No -Insat
ter' how unslghstly your' salt', how ,bad
.ly it is fal-lIng, or Iiowv much dandruffT,
Parisian Sage la all th'at is nseeded.
10ver'y trace of lans 'tuff Is removed
with one applicati n, Ito haIr roots ate
nourished and stint ut atedl to growv new
hair, itchsing seal Iand51 fallinsg halir
Parisian Sage is certainly onie of the
mnost vigorating tonsles, and wlvl site
ly mtake yourt hirit sort, abutndant andt
radint withs life atnd beauty.
WANTl'I00-You ordetr for fresht
GIroaam lour.t CallI for " Iicshlber
get' lrand," home majie. We delIver
it.J Phonee usro.
* . e * . * to * * S S S e S e e e e
* EKOM NEWS. *
.Ekom, March 3.-We are glad to
report the sick of our co'mmunity bet
)r. J. 0. Martin has accepted the
call to supply Union church as pastor
for this year. As we did not have any
preaching on the first Sunday in .Jan
nary, he preached on last Sunday.
Miss Pearl Culbertson of the Julila
I rby Santitarlum , spent Sunday and
Sunday night with hoinefolks.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Burts and clil
dren visited their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. Culbertson Saturday night.
Dr. J. G. Cooper, and Mr. L. C. Cul
bertson were ii Laurens Saturday
Mliss Lawrence Culbertson, Mlisses
Aura Walker and Grace Cooper visit
ed Dr. Cooper and wife Sunday.
MIrs. Barbara 'Culbertson and son
were visitors of Ware Shoals Friday.
Miss Winona Chaney, our assistant
teacher, visited honiefolks in Laurens
Irs. Lou Culbertson and daughter
spent Friday with Mrs. B. M. Latimer.
Mrs. .lennie lamilton and little son,
.inck, spent a few (lays with the fam
ily.of Mr. .1. Ii. Hamilton.
Misses -Myrtle Culbertson and WI
nona Chaney spent last Tuesday nigh't
with rl*. T. J. Cooper and family.
Mlr. and Mirs. Carl Y. Culbertson
are all smiles, it's a boy.
WANTED-You to phone us for
some of that "Old Fashioned Home
Ground" meal, Elchelberger Brand.
Get it fresh. We deliver it.
SOWING SEED BY WAYSIDE
.Hye and. By'e Harvest and irljigng Ini
Columbia, March 6.-A postal card
addressed to "Mlr. James Burns, care
the State House," was left at the gov
erno:'s oflice, but all the efforts ,.f
Private Secretary Herbert 'Moses to
locate such a person around the cap
itol failed. One of tle coloredl por
ters wantei to know if a fellow nan.cd
".Jim" was to be employed aroun- t i
Mansion and suggested that thei3 po t
Card might be intended for hiri. i
['ally a perusal of th-e card sh1ov.'el
tm it caimie from a resident of he
2nd Congressional district and hor
the information that tile "gardenl see'd"
were all riglit and wanted to know
vihin tle otihers were being sen". 'l
detective instinct of Mr. .loses was at
ollep brought into play an11d "hippy
thlought," he exclailied, "that ens
.11 llmmile llyrines." So le forwarded Ue
card to tle genial Congressmani from
the 2d district so he could give hlis
olstiituent. the desired Information
albotut the "seed" whlch Washi ngt a
sends out to the valiant and faithul
volers in tle various Congressionial
dilst rits.--News and Conrier.
LAXATIVE FOR OLD
No Slck Ii eadlache, Ililios StochI 1'I,
('oil-fell Tlontr'ue or' ('Cnsit l ed Iton.
(1et a 10((eniI tbox now;.
Timr thI ie rasotils onut--thle Ihe'idachle
biliousitess, inidigest ion, the sick, sour'
stoma10ch ainid had1( (old(s-t urn themi oily
toinight and~ keep t hem out with Ci(as-.
M\illions of iieii and woimein take a
C'ascaret no0w andi then and1( neer' knlt',
tile muisery' caused by3 a lazy livei',
clogged how;el, or01 aii up set stomach.
IDon't put in another rayi3 of (listre'ss.
Laet Cflaslaets cleanse your. stomach;
r'emove the sour, fer'mentinig food;:
take the excess bile fri- n your liv'er'
and carry out, all th'> epistipatedl w;aste
mattecr and pobison I/the bowels. Th'len
you will feel 'gren
A Cascaret tonight straightens you
out by3 mori'inig. They wvork while
y'ou Sleep. A 10-cent box from any
drug stoi'e .means a clear' head, sweet.
.stomachl and clean, htealthy liv'er andu
bowveh action for' months. 'Childr'en
love Cascarots because they never'
gipe or sicken.
slhendhid values, prices from 75c upl.
D~eltox Grass Rugs 30x60 inches,
only 75c, other' sizes from, 65c up to
S. M. & E. H. WILKES & CO.
"Take Her Along."
Mother is really a good sport. You
have simply overlooked her in your
fun. You have always thought of her
as a sort of combination angel and
servant, and you have made use of
her endlessly and thloughtlessly'. You
have accepted her sacriflces as a mat
ter of course. Sometimes yti' have
not nolticed how near you have come
to allowing her love to turn into mere
drudgery. The strange part of it 1s
that she loves fun as much. ats your
self, that she Is just as jolly on a plc
nlic ar, anybcdly else you culd invIte,
and thlat she is shin'ilv stuinling ini a
bathing suilt. To go en thie kinig of
everybody else and( I ;'P lng everyhedhy
else before her' 1( mere yciu misfor
tunc than it 1s hers. Ymt 'v really
missing a pal v ht"' v(,u OVe .>ok her.
W~ANTi100-You to know that we
Cad1 mlake your hiens lay. lhost laying
foodl mlade. T'-mnula from (Clemnson
college. 'Try t. .
B. A. MORGAN
Candidate for Congress, Democratic Primary
Fourth Congressional District.
"Tobe" Morgan for Congress
Mrs. McCords Studio
Mrs. McCord announces that after
of her Studio. .
She most cordially invites all of her
old friends to call and hopes that anyone
intereste( N Photographic Work now, or
at any future time, may remember that
she will consider it a real pleasure to serve
them in this capacity.
OFFICE HOURS STIJDIO
9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Opposite Post Office
WE WILL WELCOME,,
YOU IN OUR BANK
Whenever you' ate thinking money or bank, think
OUR BANK. Our business- is MONEY; YOUR
MONEY is' BUSINESS. *We welcome anyone in
our bank and always have time to listen and advise.
If you need 'a bank cdnsult. us. What would you do
without a progressive bank: in your community? Your
first duty to yourself is to have Money in the Bank.
It is'a faithful friend.I
Make OUR bank YOUR bank.
Enterprise National Bank of Laurens
N. B. DIA L, Pres. -G. H. ROPER. Gashier