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An Aching Back.
Bearing Down Pains
Only suffering womanhood
knows what it means to strug
gle against the paralyzing in
fluence of these symptoms.
+There is household work that
must be done and only a weak,
nervous, discouraged woman
to do it. It is almost a hope
less prospect. No wonder these
poor women find life a dreary
burden. There Is help at hand, t+
however, for those who will
is a Woman's Medicine
It Is as pleasant to take as the
juice of a sweet orange yet it per
torms woiders. it puts anl end to
suffering, builds up the nervous
system, strengthens the appetite
and acts beneficially on women's 4
delicate organism. promoting reg
ularitv. cheerfulness. a strong
vigorous body and clear, healthy
Sold by Druggists and Dealers
Price $1.00 Per Bottl,
C.F.Simmons Medicine Co.
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
CHICH ESTER S PILLS
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..... sealed1 with Blue iacRbtln. i
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years kno~sn as lBest. Safest. Always Relliable
DSI0B RlriKJ'q FtIFQVWHERE
.1. W1. Ferguson C. C. Featherstone
IV. B. Knight
FERGUSON, FEATtBRSTONE & KNIGH1f
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
Protupt and eareful attention given
to l1 business.
Office over PlinllettIo Ban11k
Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
The CId Staindnrd general strengthieni-- oilc,
G ROV 'S TASTF.LFSS chill TONIC. ( I out
Malaria.enriched heloodl.nndhiuild' .e sys
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)NE MORE STEP
IN THAW CASE
ittisburg 311lilnaire Found Not Gull
ty of Conspiracy. A Step to Free.
New York, M1arch 13.-Ilarry K.
'haw, acquitted today df conspiracy
n escaping from 'Matteawan, faced to
Light a reiewal of the determined ef-I
orts of New York State to send 1111m
ack to the asylum. In hIs cell In the
'omibs he was enthusiastic. Ills keep
*rs said he was whistling like a boy
nd seeied to be the happiest man lit
Almost endless litigation seemed to
se in sight as tile result of tile ver
liet. ''lhe words of acqultial had
weareely tied on Floreman Bailey's Ups
viten Deputy Attorney General Cook
vas ott Iis feet with a motion to have
I'haw recommitted to Matteawain. This
vas Opposed by .olhn 11. Stanclhileld,
'hief of 'iTaw's counisel, onl tihe ground
hat f1he Court already had under ad
cissement a motion to return Thaw to
\elvw lilmpshire, w-hence ie came to
111wer the consiracy reltage. The
ttotiont was rentewed and Supreme
'outr . lustice Page set. Monday at 2
1. N1. for argum1ent thereon.
In te tmeatntimtte Thaw o( 1cupies his
ld eell1 in Tombs Prison, tile Cell in
which he was locked during the
months frolI the night. he shot and
IlIled Stanford White, nearly 1n11e
yearis ago, to Iis removal to 'Mat-tea
Taw's four aides it his whirlwiInd
auitttomiobile ight throlgh four States
from 'Matteawan to Canada were ac
quitted by the same verdict which Ic
quitted Thaw and were discharged.
Deputy Attorney General Kennedy,
while satisfied with the verdict in so
far as it related to Thaw, saId that he
had expected a convictiont of Thaw's
Ai appeal from .lustice Page's de
cision1 it tile motion to return' Thaw to
Alatteniwan was regarded almost as a
(e'rtality, regardless of what the de
vision 111ight he. The Case, therefore,
seiMs likely to remain In inthe Court.
foi months before final decision.
* emlin WorkInn fillr a Conny Fair.
11 you itare going to have a counit.\
tfair xi l--and your coulty el.
u t Ito av 011e---n1ow Is Ilth
C1c to 11 nlan ing for It. Talk1 1
ymH' i ur local vditor, your buls!
sure that the heav
e Potash and left 1
y, our only source
of Potash is sellin
eason it was abou
.n increase of fronr
tash only 50c. per
-age increase price
Please note the f<
200 lbs. Fertilizer
300 lbs. Fertilizer
400 lbs. Fertilizer
500 lbs. Fertilizei
'sidering the abov
it AN ADEQUATE
S and our prices a
K YOUR MERCHI
ess and professional men, and your
teachers, and get your county Farm
ers' Unin and your town chambers of
It will not be hard to get up the
prizes. You will need some cash pre
mniums and some prizes in the forn of
goods, etc., donated by merchants and
others for the older people; then soe
pure-bred pigs or improved machinery
offered us prizes for the Corn Club
boys, and soeic books, magazine sub
scriptions, etc., for the Canning Club
girls. Then, as for the rest, the honor
of having beaten all comipetitors -and
carried off a blue or red ribbon or an
engraved certificate in proof of victory
will be attraction enough for other
i,rize.. It is the winning and not the
thing won which most stimulates pride
and effort. As the Asheboro Courier
say; in urging a fair for its county:
"No costly buildings are necessary;
plenty of room can be found with lit
tle exi)p1se. It will take somie money,
to be sure, to purchase the prizes, but
that can be had. Fairs bring people
together; old friends greet each oth
er, and new acquaintances are made.
A fair encourages the exhibitors and
others to further effort. Nothing ad
vertises resources and possibilities of
a coutv like a fair. I loitsehold, agri
tilitural and school exhibits can be
Iade a great success in this county,
aud livestock exhibits will be excel
"''Think about the county fair Idea;
we' must have it.,-The Progressive
FALLING H Aul Ol
Now that Perisian Sage-an inex
pensive preparation that supplies ev
ery liair and scalp need-can be had
from the Laurens Drug Co. It Is cer
tainly needless to have thin, brittle,
matted, stringy or faded hair. No mat
ter how unsightly your hair, how .bad
ly it Is falling, or how/much dandruff,
Parisian Sage is, all /Lhat is needed.
Every trace of danqruff is removed
with one application, the hair roots are
nourished and stitu ited to grow new
hair, itchinig seal 1 and falling hair
Parisian SageoIs certainly one of the
most vigorating toies, an( will su re
ly mak your hair soft, abundant atnd
radlit with life and beauty.
FExcellent forl Stioninach Trouble.
'hamberlain's 'Tablets are just fine
fot' stomllacb troutble, writsa .\lrs. G.
C. DunnII Arniold, Pa.. "1 was bothered
with this colplaitt fotr somlte t ine aind
frequenly had. bilius attack s.'Cham
berlain's Tabb'is affordod me great
relief from tIhe irs, and since tak in g
onl- hottle of tliei I feel like a differ
vitt persdi." For sale by all dealers.
practically that P<
y rains during the
lhe soil lacking in 1
of supply has prohi
g this season for al
t $40. per ton.
i $1.50 to $2.00 per
unit over last seas'
of fertilizer, due to
per acre---Cost of F
per acre--n-Cost of F
per acre--n-Cost of F
per acre--n-Cost of F
e facts, we feel suri
re'very little highe
WOMAN AVrAKED TEAOHER.
reacher Administered Puishiment to
Child and Mother Attacks her Be.
cause of it.
'Spartanburg, 'March 13.-+Mrs. Hat
1,3 Ponders, the wife of a well-known
arier of the Dutchmuan sectioh of
spartanburg county, was bound over
o the Court of General Sessions today
)y Magistrato L. K. Jennings, on the
:harge of assault and battery of a high
ind aggravated nature upon 'Miss Nan
ile 11uckabee, an attractive young
school teacher, who, in discharging
.er duties as teacher of thil Dutchman
sclool, administered a thrashing to
ifrs. Ponders' son, 8 years of age.
On the inorning of February 4 Miss
fluckabee gave young Ponders a whip
ping for some breach of the rules of
the school, which so infuriated his
mother that on the following-morning
she appeared at the school house
armed with a whip, which she is al
leged to have used on the young teach
e:, afterwards throwing her to the
floor and administering a dreadful hair
pulling which was only ended by the
Intervention of a young mian, Mac Bil
lings, who- was passing the building,
and, hearing the commotion, entered
alnd soparated the fighting women.
The trial of the case in the Magis
trate's court today brought to the
city a large (elegatioll of witnesses
and residents or the )utchman section,
who crowded the court room during
The original indictment charged
Mrs. Ponders with assault and battery
with intent to kill, but this was reduc
ed by the mnagistavte to assault of a
high and aggravated na-ture, though
the Court reffsed to accept the plea by
counsel for Mrs. Ponders that the
charge be siinple assault and within
the jurisdiction of the 'Magistrate's
court't. The case will probably be tried
at the April term of the Court. of Gen
So beautiful and durable a wood as
walnut never would have gone out ot
favor if it had been -ightly handled.
It was a victi:n of .iuachine-mide
".d('COr.'tk('n;" it was .:h'ut te dcath by
the mneuaningless curlycues with w hich
it was "adorned." if the artisans ot
today wilI iaschlew such mistakes, ab
jure tivir effortsto makbe wo:,d gilt
ter liie glass and treat walnut as
teiy do oakl Or maihoganmy, there, is no
reasoll why this eilliarly Aniericanl
product shouild not i) a high and
pemlIlanenlt i lce inl Cabinetmakina g.
>tash in an availaff
past winter have
his valuable plant
bited any further <
out $125 to $150 pc
unit. We have in4
the increased cost
otash 10c. more tha
otash 15c. more tha
otash 20c. more tha
otash 25c. more tha
a you will not unde
ASH IN YOUR F
r than last season.
OIL MILL .
TO MAKE CONVICT CLOTIHS.
blan Suggested for Occupying ie of
Convicts at State Penitentiary.
'Columbia, 'March 11.-:Erection of a
nall mill at the State penitentiary to
nanufacture cloth for' convict clothes
vas discussed at the nion'thly meetlig
)> the board of directors yesterday. No
leflnite action was taken.
At the last session of the geleral
resemnlbly a joint resolution was passed
tIlowing the directors to manufacture
hie striped cloth. The ternis of this,
resolution were discussed at the meet
"We discussed the proposition," said
D. J., Griffith, superintendent of the,
prison, "and it is estimated that $6,
)00 -will be required to begin opera
Lions." Capt. Griffith said that six
looms will be needed.
It was decided to send 20 convicts
to the State farm in Kershaw coun
ty. ''he directors did not discuss the
farming operations for the year.
We are showing a full line of "Wear
1ver" aluminum ware at reduced
S. M. & -. HI. WIL(l!S & CO.
The Ford is ligh
car of its size an
er, sturdier, lor
dium steel, tha
is the hardest,
steel made. It i
is hard and toug
It is the highest pr
very low in price,
and smnall cost of
less than two crents
the universal nteces
Buyers will share in pr
000 new Ford cars beti
Runabouts $440; Tourir
Coupelet $750; Sedan $
On display and sale
Laurens, S. C,
le formi is niecesst
leached out a gr
xports of Potash f
r ton, cash in 1
:reased our price i
of Potash is'only
n last year.
n last year.
n last year.
n last year.
rtake to make a c
will be vigorous andIlhealthy if you
keep the sow in condition with
25c, 6oc, $1.00; 25 1b. Vail $3.00
An indispensable tonic before
and after farrowing. Increases
milk, improves digestion and the
general condition of the little
pigs. The best disease pre
Refuse substitutes; insist on
Satisfacton Guaranteed or Money Back
G~t Prat i Slock Book
J. b-MIELL & CO.
J. A. FRANKS
TODD, SIMPSON & GO.
A. L. MAHAFFEY 6543
er than any other
I power. Yet strong
iger lasting. Vana
's why, Vanadium
E the only steel that
E #t the same time.
ced steel that is used in
tion. Yet the Ford is
Its quality, terms, price
operation and upkeep,
a mile, have made it
ity in town and country.
ofits if we sell at retail 300
reen August 1914 and Aug
g Car $400; Town Car $690;
)75, f. o. b. Detroit with all
at Laurens Motor Car Co.,
iry to mak~e a
eat amount of
irge lots, port.
ni mixed goods
about 10c. per
rop this season
UA-o 0% Vm :4-m.