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TO ENFORCE LAWS
3Pnning Telegraphs Henry P. Wil.
nams to Enforce Laws In Charleston,
Durlng Mayor's illness. ...... ....
Columbia, March 13.-"Owing to
Mayor Grace's Illness and uncertainty
as to how long ho -will be detained
from office,. I ami calling on you and
city o cials to enforce the law against
liquor selling, gdnbling and other vio
lations. Please advise your deterinin
ation and when I may expect results,"
said Gov. Manning in a telegram to
-Mayor Pro Tom Henry P. Williams of
Chkrleston. made public at the gover
nor's office tonight.
"Mayor Grace's favorable condi
tion indicates early return to duty. In
the ,mcantime have. instructed police
officials to enforce all laws. I will be
out of the city until tomorrow even
Ing," was the reply of the mayag pro
tein of Charleston to the governor.
Bth telegrams were under date of
The governor in making public the
telegrams indicated his strong desire
to see the city officials of Charleston
enforce the laws without inteifer
ence from him. He said that he was
giving earnest consideration to the
situation in 'Charleston and he hop
ed that the mayor and city officials
would enforce every law. He said
that after his telegram to Mayor John
P.' Grace protesting against the pro
griam of the mayor as published on
law enforce'ment, .that the mayor had
abrogated the progran announced.
The Charleston executive, the gov
ernor stated, had asked for a con
ference with him and a date had
been set for the mayor to conic to
Columbia, but this was prevented by
tile illness of the mayor. 1le stated
that, on the request of the mayor, ie
had let matters stand awaiting hii
recovery, but telt that lie had wait
led long enough and that lie desired
to see somie results.
"I want the local oflicials to en.
force the laws," said the. governor
and thenl, signiflcantly, "and I ex.
liect results." The governor is watch,
ing the situation not only in Charles
ton but throughout the state and i
doing all in his power to persuade an<
induce local officers to see that the lav
is not violated. He is, however, earn
est in his determination to see tha
the laws are enforced.
Sheriff J. Elmore Martin,. of Char
leston, writes the governor that I
is active in suppressing violations 0
the law. lie made a statement to tih
governor on the results of his effort
on that line.
'he situation in Berkeley county a
regards law enforcenment is encoim
aging, according to reports to Go%
ernior Manning fromn Sheriff Cause
who gave a detalled statement of hi
That it. is his entention to get a
expert physician in lunacy for si
perintendent of the state hospital fc
the insane wvas the frank statemem
Governor M anning made to Drm. . ..
Strait, tile pr1esent supler itendent<
the institution, at a conferenie b<
tween -thenm in tihe gover'nor's offic
flee this afternoon. The governc
sent for Dr'. iStrait and told himt thi
he wanted to give him ample notic
of his initenionl as lie dlesiredl to trei
him with all due consideration in tI:
mnatter'. Dr. Strait expressed his al
preciationis for this thoughtfulness c
the par't of the governor.
The goyarnor has not yet selecti
thme superinitenadent for thme asylum
Severe Hiead Pains
Caused By Catarrh
Cured By Perum.
I Feel It
a Duty t
E REMMankii d
to Let Al
Sj Did It.
Mr. W. II. Chaney, R. F. D3.
Sutherlin, P'ittsylvamnbr Co., Vi
w rite": "F"or the past twelve imonti
.I havi e bmeen a sufferer from catarul'
of .the head. Since tainmg four bo
ties of your Perunia I feel like
different person altogether. -The s<
v'ere pains in my head have disal
heared, and my entiro system hi
been greatly strengt,henied.
"This is my fIrst testimonial to ti
cuirative qualities. of any patei
medicine. I feel 'it a duty to mal
kind to lot them know of Perun
In my estimation it is the greate
medicine on earth for catarrh."
We have thousands of testimonia
like Mr. Chany'sm. Some of the
were cured after yearn of suifferir
-and Aisapfointmenjft in finding
Send -for free copy of "Ills of Life
The Perunla Co., Columbus, Ohio.'
Those who object to liquid med
eines can now procure Peruna Tal
lie is giving the matter careful con
sideration and it is generally under- ]
stood that he will pick some man mi
trained in this line of work and thus de
carry out the recommendations of )r. it
A. P. Herring, secretary of the Mary- Ti
land lunacy eoimission, whb invpsti- be
gated the conditions at the asylum at
as an efilency expet, and whose re- to
port resulte in tile pnssago by th av
general assembly of the bill provid- en
Ing for the reorganization . of the iU
state hospital for the insane and pro- ca
viding a system of government for it. w
CHILDREN HATE OIL,
CALOMEL AND PILES !
"Californiat Syrup of Figs" hest for ti
tender stomach, liver, howets- t!
tastes dellelous. .. c<
Look back at your childhood days. ,.
Remember the "dose' mother insisted
on--castor oil, calomel, catharties. W
How you hated them, how you fought t(
against taking them.
\Vith our children it's different.
M\others who cling to the old form of
physic simply don't realize whate they rt
do. Th1e children's revolt is well- It
founded. Their tender little "insides" y
are injured by them.
If your child's stomach, liver and
bowels need cleansing, giv only dell- Ii0
cious "California Syrup Figs." Its IC
action is positive, but go IV. Millons
of mother8 keep this armless "fruit h
laxativ'e" handy; the know children
love to take it; ha it never fails to t
clean the liver a ( owels and sweet
en the stomach, a d that a teaspoonful 3
given today saves a nick child tomor-t'
-Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bot
tle of "California 1Syrup of Figs," which 1
has full direction~s for babies, clil- s
drel of all ages and for grown-ups c
plainly on each bottle. Beware of
counterfeits sold here. -See that. it is
made by "California Fig Syrup Com- 3
pany." Refuse any other kind with
* ICOLD POINT NEWS. *
* ** ** * * * ** ** ** ** *.
Cold Point, March 15.-M's. Guy X.
Moore was called last week to the bed
side of her brother, Mr. IAuke Riddle,
at Laurens, who is critically iI with
Mi. J. K. Nelson has been real sick
but is now better.
Mr. Henry Duncan has been sick
with a spell of grip, but is better ti
- this 1writing.
t Mirs. Della Cunningham is sick at
- Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Nelson and daugh
ter, Pauline, of Laurens, were the
f guests B'undhy of Mrs. Nelson mother,
- Mrs. 1lEiza '10l more, who has been real
Messrs Charlie Rice and Thos. Dun
s can, of laaurens, were callers at thIet
home of Mr. John Cannon's Sunday.
i)r. .1. L. Fennell, of Waterloo, w'a
in our comnmunit y Thursday.
S ir. .1. K. Nelson and son, Ilurts,
were visitors to Laun 'os Satuirday on
n business. Mir. Guy Moore had the iils
fortune to get several teeth knocked
T out Wednesday while working at the
. Mr'. I lenry Illendix spent Saturday
tfwith his father in Laurecns.
Mr. J. Hi. Boyd, who was buried at
C Mt. Pleasant Sunday, was w~ell known
Sin our community. Hei hiad hundreds
it of friends who sympathize with the
'C herieav'ed family and raelativ'es.
Cu Seuse Won't Run for ('ongr'ess.
- -Sipartanbur'g, March 13:.-Jludge
n Thomas S. Sease, w~hose name has
bee11 nmentioned among those who
'dI might cater 'th0 r'acc to succeedl Con
n. gr'essmani Josepr' T1. Jlohnson in case
-the latter' becomes a Federal JTudge,
sinaitet hat lhe'would un der' no circumi I
stancees enteri'politiels again. "'When I
w~ent i on I t bench,"' lhe saidi, "'I c ut all
1)01litical briidges behin d me antd havec
- no( aspiirat ions iii that dlirectionl."
The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head
ntecauise of Its tonic and laxative effect. IAXA
TrivH ntROMO QUTJNiNE' Is better tihan ordlinary
) Qtuinine andi does not cause nervouasness nor
ringing in head. Remember the fuii natne and
look for the signature of E. W,. GROVE. 25c,
1 ('iCard of 'Thniks.
Please allow me splace ini youri pa
iet' to express my thanks to those <who
assisted me) ini tihe contest for' thec Red
.I ron Racket's ize'A watch. I imost
hleai'tily apprnieciate all the help r'eceiv
ed andu thlank cite alnd nil.
Death of Mrs. S. Earl Elledge.
Poplar Dpring, -march 15.-Our con
lnity'was'saddened last week by the
ith of Mrs. S. V]. E1lledge, After a
gering illness, She passed away last
ursday at 12:10 o'clock. All that the
st medical skill, and loving hearts
d willing hands could do was done
alleviate her suffering, but did not
all to keel) the Angel of death from
toring the home and claiming her as
i yictim. Less than1 a year ago she
me into our midst a happy bride,
th every prospect of a long and hap
life, but oh! how frail is human
e, nud how soon are all our fondest
ipes id aspirations shattered and
here there was gladness and Joy,
oon and sorrow come in and take
oir place. But we do not sorrow as
ose who have no hope. She was a
msistent member of tile Presbyterian
Iureh, and wo believe our loss is her1'
lernal gain. She was loved by all
ho knew her. Her remains were in
iI'red in the cemetery at Union Church
Ilowed by a. large concourse of sor
-wing relatives and friends. The
Imeral was conducted by her 1>astor,
ev. .1. M. Dallas of Wvare Shoals. Tihe
Allbearers were Messrs. Clyde .\ur-ff,
bner Dodson, Leland Vermillion, lar
Ad Sharp, 11. 0. Walker and Carol 101
dge. The sympathy of tile entire
IllImllity goes out to tile bereaved
usband,.father and other relatives in
ius hour of their great sorrow.
Mrs. Ernestine McKissick is right
Ick at this writin1g. WN'e hope she
lay have a speedy recovery.
Several of tile loplar people attend
di the Old Maids play at Brewerton
1hool house Friday,night and had An
njoyable tile. .1r. and Mrs. Jn1o. W.
agwell spent tile (lay with Mir. and
is. Jim Pitts Sunday.
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Really Healthy Person.
The healthy person is one who
uses all his powers of mind and body
to their full capacity, and this is. what
brines hanniness as well as sense of'
power. The emphasis should not be
upon what on1e hears go much about
lelaxation; but upon keeping this nor.
imal health of every organ and every
unicion. This requires activity, ext
ercise end always a puro and noble
.k WONDEllF1'i IIEE.IN(4 INFIU.
E NCE IN EIDNEY' TIOI'1iES.'
A year and a half ago I was taken
with a severe attack of kidney trouble
that p.ained 1110 io suIch aln eXtelt tlat
morp'lhIne hlad to he given ime. Was
attend~ed by a doctor who pr'onounced
it as Stone in the Bladder' and pre
scribed Lithia Water. I took Lithia
WVater' and1 Tablets for some time anld
received 1no relief from them. I stop
Pod taking meldicinle for' some1 time,
later' having some1 Swami 'Hoot in tile
house0 iCelded to -try it nd felt 1mu1101
relIeved. Whil- taking 10 second~ bot
,the comm110eed to pass Iravel in urinle
until1 1 had ipassedl I all ,at least a
hlalfI dlozen~ or' mor0e a d had not1 sulffer1
ed the4 sli1ght1e siln c-and1 in all have
Iaken1 one hottr . (Id a hllf and feel
very grlateut wamp~%ll1I- Iloot.
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