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A WONDERlFUL HEALING INFLU.
ENCE IN KIDNEY TROUBILES.
A year and a half ago I was taken
with a severe attack of kidney trouble
that pained me to such an extent that
morphine had to be given ime. Was
attended by a doctor who pronounced
it as Stone in the- Bladder and pre
scribed Lithia Water. I took Lithia
Water and Tablets for some time and
received no relief from them. I stop
ped taking medicine for some time,
later having so'ne Swamp-Root In the
house I decided to try it and felt much
relieved. Whil- taking the second 'bot
tle commenced to pass Gravel in urine
until I had passed in all at least a
half dozen or more and had not s'iffer
ed the slightest since-and in all have
taken one bottle and a half and feel
very grateful to Swamp-Root.
Yours very truly,
Canp 1-1111, Ala.
Personally appeared before mie this
16th day of August, 1909, 11. W. Spinks,
who subscribed the above statement
and made oath that the same is true
in substance and in fact.
A. B. Le.e
Ex. of .Justlee of Peace.
L Lettr to
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
hilamfon, N. Y.
Prove What Swaimp-Hoof Will Do For
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y., for a s;aiple size
bottle. It will convince anyone. You
will also receive a booklet of vluaible
information, telling about the kidneys
and bladder. When writing, be sure
and mention the Laurens Advertiser.
Regular fifty-cent and one-dollar si.:2
bottles for sale at all drug stores.
THAT TIlE.D FEELIING.'
Do You Coulinually Feel Sluggish,
If you do, it is propably caused by
your liver. When the liver falls to
perform its functions properly, the
system becomes clogged with p1oison
ous matter, that weighs you down
mentally and physically.
Tho liver gets out of order very eas
ily and if neglected, chronic trouble
uually results. Don't delay if you
feel badly. You knowingly lay your
self open to life long pain, when you
allow yourself to continue in a ru1n
down condition. Cure yourself quick
ly ad harmlessly with the natural veg
etable remedy, Li-Ver-Lax. It has
all the effectiveness, but not the effect,
Genuine Liv-Ver-Lax bears the like
ness and signaturp of L. K. Grisgby,
and is guaranteed to give satisfaction
or money refunded. Insist on it. For
sale by Laurens Drug Co.
Ladieb0i Ata kyo r Druggka for
y ers nowst ers ntfesA wy I er a ble
01.11 In P, ed aioid ne F YW E
JWF cs. ealed with I.o Fenibon
Tal. no ghr. lit, t r
PE N F fitN 4 NLt1
Yeats I:uwa a1OW1 Diti Bt. Safest. At ways 14eC131,1
SOMfl BY I)Jfl'C6ISTS RTRYWHERE
J. IV1. eerguilsoui C. C. Feliherstonle
PEROIJSON, FEA MIFRSTONE A MOMfl~
Attorneys Irt Law
Laurens, S. C.
Prompt uand careful attentilon given
to all business.
Offiee over Palmetto Bank
SUMMIONS FOR RELIEF.
Complaint not Served.
State of South Carolina,
~,County of Laurens.
In Court of Common Pleas.
Madora Fleming, Plaintiff,
Larry Flemning, H aity llarksdale noeC
Fleming, William Fleming, Alfred
Fleming, liennile Lce Fleming, Do
racena Fieminzg, D~ouglass Fleming,
Mattie Bell Fleming, Mamle Flemi
lng, Lucile Fleming, SallIc lleming,
Nanie leming, SOsic Flein g,
Stoho Fleming andl C. It. IDucket t,
Tio the Defendants above named:
You arue hereby summ1nonied anud re
quired to answer the compiilalit in this
act ion whih wazs filed ini the otlion of
the 'Clerk of ithe Court of Common
Pleas for tihe County of Lauirens in.
saidl state, on the 25th (lay of Febu
ary, 1915, and1( tO serve a ccopy of your
answer to the said complaint on the
subscribers, at their otlice at Laurens,
S. C., witthin twenty dlays after the ser
vice hereof, exclusive of the (lay of
such service; and If you fail to answer
the complaint witinz the time afore
said, the 'plaintiff in this 'action will
apply to the Court for relief demand
ed in the complaInt.
Dated Feb. 25th, 1915.
r.Ferguson, Featherstone & Knight,
To the Non-Resident Defendants, Lar
py Fleming, William Fleminig, Al
.fred Fleming and Bennie Lee
You will pilease take notice that the
original Suimmns and Complulint in
thisn action was filed wvithi the Clerk of
the Court for Laiurens County, State
of South Carolina, en the 25th day or
Febraury, 1915, atnd is on file nowv ini
Id ofmee. -
Laurens, S. C., Feb. 25, 1915.
Ferguson, F'eatherstone & Kn ight,
Attorneys afor Plaintiff.
Colds and Croup .in Chlidren.
any people rely upon Chamber
nso'uhRemedy Implicitly in cas
appoints them. Mrs. 16. II. Thomas,
gansport, Ind., writes: "I have
found Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to be the best medicine for colds and
oroup I have ever used, and never tire
of renommending it to my neighbors
and friends. I have always given it
to my children when suffering from
oroup, and it has never failed to give
thet rompt relief." For sale by all
druI Is. -
. SENT TO BOTTOM
British IrresIstible 111( Ocean an1d
Frefnelh ionvet Sunk by Floatling
iMiics While in Terrlile Attack Upon
'London, March 19.-- Br'he Bitish
battleships Irresistible and Ocean and
the French liattleshli) Bouvet .were
blown up by floating mines while en
gage(l with the remainder of the al
lied filet In attacking tle forts i
the narrows of the Dardanelles Thurs
Virtually all the crews of the two
lritish ships were saved, having been
transferred to other ships, under a
hot fire, but an internal exploslion
took place on board the louvet after
she had fouled the mine and most o
her crew was lost. The Bouvet sailkl
three minutes after she hit the mile.1
The waters In which the ships were
lost had been swept of mines but the
British admiralty asscrts that the
Turks and tile Germilans set floating
containers of explosives adrift, and(]1
these were carried down by the cur
rent on to the allied ships gathered
inside the entrance of the straits.
All the ships 1uk were old ones.
Toii Bouvet was built nearly 20 years
ago and the Ocean and Irresistible ini
1898. They were useful, iowever, for
the work in which they were engaged
in the Dardalneiles. (ile unilaen
British ships are being replaced 'by
the battleships Queen and implacable,
vessels of a simlilar type. They are
Haid to. have started some time ago in
anticipationl of Just such losses as
have now occurred. Two other' ships,
the British -battle cruiser Inflexible
and the French batt.leship. Gaulols,
were hit by shells and damaged. lrit
ish casualties, according to tile British
allicial report, "Were not heavy con
sidering the scale of operations."
The damage done to ti Tr rklsh
fd'rts by the heavy bombardier t has
lot bOetn ascer'taitned. It Is suid that
operations against th em are coitini
ing. The forts attacked were those ott
each side of Kh(z1)lO' bay and oil
Keplez point outside the iarrows and
t.hose on KalId baha and Chanak In
Trie Kepiez forts replled strongiy
whenl the battieships advanced upt the
Dardanelles ald all the ships were lilt.
It Is asserted that theso forts finally
were silenced and iL bombardntii of
those In the narrows was under way
when the three batt leshills lilt ti
mines. 'The blowing up of the ships
(id not cause a cessation of the fight
Ing, which continued un t, darkiess
int erveted. It Is understood tle et
gagement was resiied tooday.
LAXATIVE FOR OLD
SnlIts, Calominel and Pills it ol Lver
nid HowIels like pepper atds in Nos
Get a 10-cenlt box now.
.\ ost old (Ieople tmu1Lst gi ve toI tie(
bo wels some t'egul at hltdp. else~ th1ey
suffe" fr'om cotnstipat in. Thle cond(1
tion is petrfectly ttatutral. It .s :tu
as na.iturial as it Is for 01(1 peopl) t)
walk slowly. For age Is never so
aetIve as y'outhi. The muscles are less
(laiei. And the bowels are muscles
So all 011old pople needl Casecarots.
One might as well refuse~to aId weak
470s With) glasses ais to heleti lhis
genti aidh1( to weak b;owves. rhe howe'ls
t'hit aiitiall ages, buLt/in ver' so tmurhl
as e tlfty.
A\n 15, nOt a timei for' Iharsh -'hys3'5.
ein into act ivIty. liut a lash cant 'i
used( 0eery (1y. What thle hiowe.ls of
lie old n10ed Is aL getl t an'iitd n1.urlt r1
tonie. One that can be i'onusltn y
ied withlott harim. Th'ie .nly suchi
t('- n Is Ca seartets, an ld 11103 r' o nlyiii
it0 cetts 1per.bhx at. an 11'r1u'ig store.
They3 wor'k wh'ilie y'ou sleep.
MAN'Y OVER HASTY
IN ASKING FOR JOBS
Main ltg Disapp~lroves of ilsrespect
Often Shown Before Offieial Is D)ead.
1.et Office Seek the Man.
.ColumbiaL, March 19.-" it Is a fact
that in some instances when an offcer'
(11es slome people maike app)Ilication for'
the vacancy before the dleadl man Is
buriiied," said Glovernor Matnning to
night, in comtmenting In terms of
stronig disappirovai ont what is calledl
b~y~some lac15 of pr1operI resp)cdt which
some omce-secekers exhibit in thir
eagerness to obtain offce. The gov
ei'nor's dhiplasurte has been ar'ousd
ov'er this In more than one Instance,
and lie is sh~ockedl at those0 guilty of
The flood of applicants for' coutnty
?fmces whichi are vacant, or whlih
there Is grouind to believe will become
vacant, continutes unabated. -Several
have apl~lied for appointment as slher
1ff of Kershaw County, supposedly be
cause or thle publication of the order
of the' governor for 'Sheriff Hluckabee
to show cause wihy he should not be
removed froim office because of alleged
failulre to enforce the liquor laws. FIf..
teen applicants have ocme in for the
ofieo o coroner of Gireenihie county,
but upon inquiring Into this mnatter
in was found that the Greenilen cott..
icr is still hale and hearty. lie is re
lOi Led, however, to have gotten into
somie trouble, and possibly his4 fifteen
r(.llow citizens thought there wouil(I be
I vacancy in the ollice. A great many
Lar applying for the ollie of sheriff
of' Abbeville county slice Sheriff layon
has been imed United States mar
shal for the Western district of South
it Is very plain that when it comes to
making appointments Governor Rich
lrd I. Manning is following the rule of
making the office hunt tile man. In
other words there Is no use tO"'ap)ply"
foi a position, for the very fact that
cie Is aln appileant almost guaranltees
that lie will not get tie i(plae.
The men namned onl the State tax
r'oinmsl.-sionl, Asylum regents, Old Sol
diers' Iome, Sitatc iHouse an1d grouniids
olmlllissiont, tile 'State boar(d of ciari
ties aIndI correetions aid the HI com
mlissi0on were not appi lean ts. 'I'lTey
were teidered the appolintmelint by tihe
gtoveriior after le had satislied hililself
they were worthy and ellicient, ald
they accepted tile places. Oil the State
board of accountants two of tie ap
iolitees Were ilot appilialts, while tile
tir1'd wa3, an(d With tills silgle exce)
tion not a single applicait for ip
pointilleit on these responsible boards
lalded. While there has beei no 0111
cil alillolicemteint, it is very clear that
"there is no use to apply" When it is
known that appointinlits of positions
of 'State-wide imlportancie arIe ilider
Of course, when It comes to county
illatters the governor varies somewhat
from this rule id lie relies in a ma
jority of ilstaLnces, probably, ol tile
legislative dclegatioit. However, lie
dloes not restrict himself to this, but
fretiently goes outside and picks a
!m1nI1 whoil le thinks will fill the posi
tionl efficiently anld thenl ten1drs h1im1
The appoint melnts for lilagistrates
ald comitty positionis take up itlnlcl of
tie tinhie of the governor, folr it I've
<11iuetly happenls that. locall divisionls
are so fl(r('e thilt it is impossible to
get aL the 1t4rile situation withoit pro
Iettg'd preseitationts anid conferences
wilth opposiig fict Ions. This Case Is
W 11 illustrated in the matter of the
coiulty dispenisLry board for Irnmwell
count'y alid inl the clerk of court fol
Gieenville coity. The governo r is
still being hombarded Withi telgrais
1,:1 letters fromi UreCeiville, both pro
anid coi, Cor Iarry A. D. a rgani, Whom
ht-- Was about to nIame, but whose ill
iioiintmnilt hais beeni held imp indefinitely
itu(.dlig hearings to be awarded pro
testing alld favoring delegatlonus of his
L.oal polities aire said to 101y an hm
P1tat alrt l il ialy of Ile iecom
mvondationls which are made0 for somei
lonilty appointillelits by tile couity
people. Some sections Ippear to at
Lach mlort*(e illtpoltanice to the maligis
rat e's oillce than anilythiig else, and
it, fremiliently h1appenls that telegramlls
irr'ive at tile goveriol's olilco askiig
him1 to hold up the niniig of some
'rultil mltagistrat 1 until Mr. So ald So
rant tIle his pietition of lirotest .- --News
W1~iood Batsebmil Schledu tle.
Thie fol lowIng is the baseball sched
tile of tihe Woffordl (ollege team, as air
ranged by .\r. E'dwlii Iucas of this
.\l'rch 23-Woffor'd vs, W. P. C., at
.\lar'ch 2ti-Woffor'd vs. Elon College,
2uiai'ch 31--W.A\off'ord( vs. (iItlford'c Co
lege, ait Sipiartnburig.
A\ pil I--Wn\'ffoi'd vs. Er~iskine, at IDue,
Apr'il 2---Wo~Vffor'd vs. (Clemsoni, at
Apill li-W-\offor'd vs P. C. of S. C.,
April 7-Woffordt vsi. Newberr'y, at
A pril 13l--Woffor'd vs. D~avidsont, atI
AprIl 1-1-Wofford vs. C'lemson, ait
S par tallbur ig.
Ail 1 5-Woffor'd vs. Clemson, at
April 16-WVofford vs. Newberr'y, at
Apr'il 20-- Wofford ys. Er'skine, at
Aphril 21--Woffor'd vs. P. C. or s. C.
'AprIl 24-WVofford vs. -N. C. A. & .
April 26--Wofford vs. TrinIty, at
April 27-Wofford vs. 'Elon College,
April 28-Wofford es. Gluilford (Coh
lege, at Gutilfoird.
AprIl 30-Woffo'd vs. Furman, at
Rlock 1Hill (two games).
any 1-WVoffor'd vs. N. C. A. & *M.,
Cough Medicin for C'hilidren,
Never give a child a cough medicIne
thalt contains opIum in any form.
When oilum .is given othler andl more
serIous dliseasles may follow. Long ex
perIence hlas demonstratted that there
Is no bettor or safer medicIne for
coughs, colds and eroup in- children
than -Chamberlatin's Congh Remedy. It
Is equally valuable for adults. Try it,
It contaIns no opium or other harmful
druns. Ilor ale hy a11 dalers.
Our women's Low Cut
Footwear is attractinr
much attention, these
days! We're showing the most Artistic
Models in many new and choice Spring
Colonials, Sandals, Slippers, LaValieres
and Pumps that are beauties, indeed!
Colonials in dull or bright leathers, with or without straps.
There are many styles and a variety of handsome ornaments.
Some have cloth or silk tops. Slippers and Pumps in many beau
tiful creations! A feast of Shoe Beauties!
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50 to $4.00
We're sure that you'll be interest
ed in our line of beautiful Low Cut
Shoes, and we invite every Woman
to come to see them.
Clardy & Wilson
Ladies Shoes Shined Free
Rxed Irvon Racket
MORE GOODS FOR SAME GOODS FOR
SAME MONEY LESS MONEY
Our new store at 0. B. Simmons' old stand
on the Square, is now open and selling
more goods for the same money.
Two Big Stores In Laurens
Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Dry Goods, Notions, Dress
Goods, Millinery, Hosiery, Underwear, Work Shirts,
Overalls, Pants, Dress Shirts, Collars, Ties, Suspenders,
Caps, Suit Cases, Trunks, Sheets, Counterpanes, Lace
Curtains, Towels, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Embroidery,
Laces, Ribbons, Rugs, Window Shades, Tinwear,
Glass, Crockery, Lamps, Notions and Racket Goods,
Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes, Chewing Gum, Candy,
Stationery, Patent Medicines, Jewelry, Watches,
Clocks and hundreds of other items going at Red Hot
Prices. Come to "Red Iron Racket" and buy your
goods, you will smile and be happy.
J. C. BURNS & CO.
The Booster Store
No. 1. 210 W. Laurens St. Next to Bramlett's Shop
No. 2. South Side of Square, 0. B. Simmon's old stand