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ON WHISKEY LAW
lives his Interpretation of the Gallon
1-month Whiskey Law.
At the request of the sheriff of New
berry county, Solicitor Cooper a few
days ago gave his written interpreta
tilli of the new "galloni-a-moiith" ii
Cluor law. The letters of the Newberry
sheliff and Mr. Cooper were givei out
for joiblication by Gov. Manning. The
foliowin.g are the question of the New
la i U'nder Sectioil a please advise itu
iat ia privatc room.
h) Is ai room over a man's store
which he uses for private colversa
tions with no bed in it, a pivate 100111
1tiller this section
1) Would a room iiannexed to a law
yer's ofie, said room being used for
private conversation, he a private 100111
indeor this section?
t'e tion 2: Hias a person the right to
buy from the dispensary ill Columbhia
any whiskey anId bring it to Newberry.
a dry county, for his personal Ise?"
Section i:f a person has in his
possession a pin t of whiislwy for Itls
own eisonail tise is he in violation of
1. !lavo I the riight to enter tihe ex
ss otli(e tdd depos.- to exalnine
their bIoo' ks, aind SOO Whether or not
:::. ol has received iore (1tan a gal
tl :, month?
. l'tir this act wouhtl a pers m
I '2.e in Newherry couity have the
L ht to tr:ltsport or convey for his
0\i uiSO a galloln of whiskey that It0
orl(ered from a point from without t.he
state if that whiskey is received at ait
express oflien int another county -lot
in:tance, l":irfild county, a dry cc -n
The solicitor replied as follows:
I have ittnumbered your questions for
convvnionec and will endeavor to an
swer each one.
I l. l reply to you i first qu t'011.
slltiv!5isons a. b. and c, I beg to ad
1ise that ini my opinlion a private room.
as coli mtiI plalt l unitder Ilhis aCt. i. a
r ii whler' a prs,;on sleeps or :s .is
2. This f[noes-ll I1;1, givol jit,, o.1
'able' d iffieially. I 'ter so io't I
!,o u t it is !I-ovid:-d th1a;Ino .etr
lit-ili. Iioii or ( 4o:t 0on, or com;n it y
ic :rh r. pwaonof any
. 11o.1 i 1 :1 erl mt l:
n on hoverat:ls (conta nin:I ~iOre
b rsitn in his. pi:
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Wtol t , n
h p ury. uI t word
b-* nte : 'hnk i w nil be clear
Spells of momentary blindness on
stoopitng or rising suddentifly, had
breaih and a tiredl, lazy feeling
arc symptoms of a torpid liver
and a torpjid liver is the prime
caulse of most of the serious dis
easies thaut affect the htuman body.
Tio get rid of ilioust impurities
andl restore activity in the liver
you1 nee.d a dose of
DR. M. A. SIMMONS
'The Old Original ilver Powder
For more than sixty years this
grand old remedy has been used
by the people of this country for
all disorders in the liver, stomach
and bowehs. it is a powerful
liver stimulant, stomach and
bowel purifier. It never fails to
give results. It contains no alco
hol, no salts or calomel, no sick
ening-sweet syrup to nauseate
the stomach. It is a pure, whole
some, strictly herbal medicine
that acts quickly asnd naturally,,
leaving the system cleansed and
healthful. Dr. M. A. Simmons'
Ltver Medicine is now put up in
a handsome lithographed tin box.
Aek for the Tin Box
Price 25 Cent.
C. P. Simmons Medicine Co.
ST. L.OUIS, MO.
1000 *00000000000( I@
that any person could purchase whis
key from a dispensary and carry it to
any point within the state. The pur
pose of the legislature seems to have
been to prohibit the transportation and
delivery of any whiskey into any coun
try in the state having no dispensary,
whether for personal use or not ex
cept as provided in section 2, and I alm
therefore of tie opinion that it would
be unlawful for any person to purchase
Whiskey at a dispensary in Columbia
for his personal use anid convey it inl
to the county of Newberry. I ai not
giving an opinion as to the Constitl
tionality of this provision, but amii try
Ing to give lly construct ion of the act.
as it reads, and as it Should be en
forced intii declared uinconstitut ionai.
. I (io not think a personi would
be violating this aet by having a pint
of whiskey in his pocket for his own
use, provided such whiskey is obtained
in accordance with law.
41. Under the decision of our supreme
court and of the United States supreme
Court 1 (10 not 1hiniik you Iiave the right
to examine the records of the rail
roads or ally express otlices.
5. I think that a person Would have
the right to transport or con vey for his
own Ilse a gallon of wihliskey ordered
f'roil a point withou1t the state even
though the whiskey iiay be received at
ain expreSs ; ollie in another colinty. In
olther' words, there is nothing.4 in the
Ct which require; that the colisigne
.houiti have the 1 v wiskey d(Ilivired to
:h111 withill his (otility nor does it pro
vide th t h ha:! lisolally receive
it at his nearest railroad or express
olliCe. It only ri dsIl i that it must
be personally deliver( to himIII..
TEN WEEKS IN IHEI)-E311 N ENT
I wish to inform you of the great
benelit I have derived frol tile use of
Swanip Itoot. I had11 beeii a siffer.erq
for lmlore than1 IwIity yziears from kid
ney alid liver trouble an(d Was a111miost
Constantly IreatedI by tie most eii
lil t philysic iln.i who could only give
m114 temporary reolef. 1 h1ad beenl inl
bed tenl weeks whell I begaLn the lse
of Swamip-iRoot. Inside o tweitly-foilur
hours i could See that I had141 beIn
rtlly benefited. I coilItilled to utse
Sii ilnp-Hoiot uintil I hadil uised' severa'l
ho!1le when i r Illy 'eit that Ily old
mmb..iws comlpletely curled and I
.m positivt' tilt any ,v p rsin sifferii't
wih k li y or live I oiibh (ll 1w
n 1-ilb te 11u Io1. iit pri6earation.
!.tl now inl the best of Ilwalth, bot
do not klow hIw ,\. L4 x LI pril ISS
2 I t ro lt' de.Li fri, in iar
I). Kilm r's . f\ m lit, a I
thatI it :iv,.; - wif a*, that,1;1
-V .1 . I hi1rtil . Colit' nd
r, su ndre :u i confidenqt
itn ,' for t ll'(,, 1 ii, LI1 1i ), to
.\ rs. 11. .1. 1'r11 .;
I I.ICinter I: Ni'ortSm. a .
niso a ly a nred in wrom this
i'o :itt :" ' y mbige . Mns, .\ls . . ..
10 !<.' Li, whi'o ibiC Rile-dltlh aiilmi by':ite
mi t :m 3 nhoni at I th:ilOiI'ii th Asmeii
Iiou i ' I:l'b ta iad in'~Te. lc
IL. .\. CaIlvert.
D er t lmer it) .
han i rmytoter, Y.lM 1'. Pi
hoy al d v1n-~oill weladwea' e
.I'~il I: ill o n ie ayon eiio. ou
Iasody r~eve aboolst o ialuabl
-frmieni school ao the firs.dnlte
hig:ns ! nhar \,ecwion.e: esr
.Ilmin til'wr gres \\'stely IAi
I<' . ! i'enivood 11-ent1 andh ofe
Soatr zela' bottles foal atally drev.
huaford, .\Irs .-he o firsror ical
bontys corid bnig well-filld. b\sk
waIs Lilnei a handsmeimda fovenhby01he
ves Sho mrveetAsca
Fuleming T enmetseconid sbjec .\ly'
boys alie well andtten are te
guests of her parents, Capt. and Mrs.
J. W. Lanford.
Mrs. J. S. Higgins and Mrs. Elvolyn
Higgins and Jack spent Sunday in
Woodruff, the guests of Misses Etolla
and Florrie Lanford.
Miss Robin Patterson is spending
the week In Laurens.
Mirs. 0. L. Lanford entertained Sun
(lay with a turkey dinner in honor of
Rev. and Mirs. J. T. Littlejohn.
Mrs. 0. F. Fowler visited in Ora
Capt. W. II. Drtuimmond spent last
week in Columbia oil business.
llsses Lucile Moore is on the sick
list th'! week.
Miss Lillie Willie is the guest of
Mrs. L. G. Moore.
Mr. A. E. Willis was in Laurens
Tuesday on business.
YOUR COLD 1 DAN~rIOUS.
JtE1AK IT UP--NOW.
A Cold is readily catching. A run
down system is susceptiele to germs.
You owe It to yourself and to others
of your hiusehold to fight the gerlms
at once. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
Is fine for Colds and Coughts. It loos
enis the Mucous, stops the Cough and
soothes the lungs. It*s guarantee(, I
The Beautiful Cypress.
Of all the trees in America the cy
press is li summer the most beautiful.
Ever fresh find gren. Its tiny len lets
resemble tile choicest ferns. Young. It
is a thing of charm; older. It Is Inspir
ing nlid interesting; 111atuire. it becomes
majestic. towering. With a long.
straight thick truink. wh 1111 makes the
best of durable lumber.
It is a tree of rapid growth. It is
hardy anywhere in the corn belt, andl(]
southward It has no insect enemies or
diseases. A mn10n could plant af cypress
tree In his lawn, enjoy its wonderful
presence during his life, and his son
might cut It and with the proceeds
send the grandson to college for a year.
W%'hat other tree will afford shade, add
beauty and make fne lutuber at the
Cypress trees transplant easily,
though they should be mulched the
first year and looked after occasionally.
Once established, they are able to for
age for themselves. Cypress leaves
have been round unchanged In blocks
of coal deep down in the earth.-Breed
The fat pluiubet was in a piflosoph
"There 14 simply no understnt iil ng
W0oman.11" he observed.
"\*haddye (nenn, unlerstand?" tile
thin carlpenter asked. just to start the
"Well. for instiacc'. nt wonitin doesn't
object to be3 ig ('0ed 11 duck."
"Aind xhe (v'(1n smilles if some one
happn1s 14) refer to her its it chicken
".\d ilost of them) vili stand for
being (enl'it s aitbs. brollers or turtlie
" Ys. .es. but wha1):t1l 's (he ien?
"It's just this." Ihe lat phl beilr ex
claiied. ''A wonni) objects to beie'
('lled a henI'. anid a l a Is tile rnost
useful bird or the iwole blooming
Tiny German States.
Whiile it Is wll kiowi t.hat )ome of
the German~ii staites aren of lilliputInn
SIZe,. fe'w person are3 a3'. iware thati ft Is
quite p fossibfle to v ilit seven of them,111
iinclutdfing Iw in (iigdomiis, iwo ( du('hies
and( ll(c three pr inpltes in 331 ('n35
waltk of four unil a hazlf hours. A goodu
walker, startIing tf'rm Sti'nbineh. 'i
lInv aia~. w'ill arive in imir 133 hour at
iebltentannei~, wihi('h is situnited in
Sax e-Melininigen. Thience thle road pro
'Pedis in 0one and( 3 31half' hlouris to
itonuse'hnlgesees 31IeuIss, elder branhii
after' wh'lhcl in a f'ewi minutes Gleima.
ini Schwar: zburl g-ftIllolsinadt, Is r'eached.
lbIf 333n31 hou's wal1k brlingsJ the pedes
trhlain fo Alte(ngeseees Ijteuss, younger
birantchi. An hourW farther Onl lies
Drzognitz. on lPrussIan soll, and the last
stalge is another hour's stroll. finishIng
up at Sanlttial, Saxe- Aitenburg.-Wash
ington Ste r.
Over Their Heads.
Lady Soulthiwark', in her "Social andl
Poltical iteminilscences," relates this
experience of her faither, tihe late Sir
Thomas Chambers, duilng an eiection
meeting in 1880, wvhen Ginatone wvas
speakIng for him in St. lPancas:
"WVhen my father nrriv'ed the crowd
Ouitsidle the btuilding was so dense that
it seemed physlenlly impossible for him
to get in. A n Inspector, realizIng thIs.
Suggested that be shoud go over and
not through the cr'owd. This extraor
dinary idea was carried out. My father
Was lifted up with a gentle shove and
propelled along on tihe heads of the
people en alt fours. This, he said, was
not so diffieult, as most wore bowler
hats. WIllIng bands assisted, and when
be reached the inside of the door be
was eently lowered to the gr'ound."
Mrs. Blanc saId to her daughter one
"1 am certainly easy on shoes. Look
at this pair of elastie sides. I've wvorn
them three years, and they're as good
as new. I'm easy on clothes too.
There's my Iweedi-just as fresh as the
day I boughit it seven years ago. Anid
hats, gloves, sto('cigs-lin fact, i'mi
eaisy On everythIng."
"IExcept. father. eh?" saId the daugh
ter.-Detrolt irree Press.
A Cure for Sour Stonehl.
Mr's. Win. M. Tihompson, of Battle
Creek, Miceh., writes: "I haive beein
troubledl with' indigestIon, sour stom
ach andi h~ad brleath. After taking two
blottles of ChamberlaIn's Tablets I am
well. Tlhese tabletst ar0 splendid
none better." For saln by all danles
The Booster Store
MORE GOODS FOR SAME GOODS FOR
SAME MONEY LESS MONEY
1.R2d Iron Racket
Two Big Stores In Laurens
+ Selling Same Goods for Less Money .
No. 1. 210 W. Laurens St. Next to Bramlett's Shop
No.2.South Side of Square, 0. B. Simmon's old stand
Remember we sell more goods for same money--$
Red Hot Prices. Red Iron Racket.
~ Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Dry Goods, Notions, Dress
6+ Goods, Millinery, Hosiery, Underwear, Work Shirts, 6
Overalls, Pants, Dress Shirts, Collars, Ties, Suspenders,
eCaps, Suit Cases, Trunks, Sheets, Counterpanes, Lace.
$ Curtains, Towels, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Embroidery,' *
Laces, Ribbons, Rugs, Window Shades, Tinwear,
+ e Glass, Crockery, Lamps, Notions and Racket Goods,
Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes, Chewing Gum, Candy,
uStationery, Patent Medicines, Jewelry, Watches,
SClocks 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. +
+. We are now receiving shipments daily of new+
+ Spring and Summer Goods, Millinery and Low Cut
Shoes, Dress Goods and hundreds of Special Bargains
in all lines.
We are so busy we haven't time to quote prices. +
+ Just come in and see for yourself the merchandise we
*, are selling for Less.
STwo Big Busy Booster Stores In Laurens
I J. C. BURNS & CO.
house of 000 Bargains-Always Busy
sThere's a Reason.
Store No. 1, 210 West Laurens street, next to Bramlett's Shop.
+ Store No. 2, South side of Public Square, . B. Simmons' Old
National Religion of Russi.i.
Prince Vladimir of Russia, who
brought the Greek religion to Russia
in 992, preferred it because of its
oriental form.and thought itstood close
er to the Russian character than the
rites of the Roman. le iado Kieft
the seat of the metropolitan, while the
patriarch remained just the sarme in
Constantinople. But Peter the Great
forbade the Russian clergy to recog
nize the foreign patriarch, and found
ed the Holy Synod in 1722, which be
caine the head of the Russian church.
There are about 15,000 monks and
30,000 priests in Russia, the former
celibates, the latter married. Besides
there are some 5,000 nuns with 250
convents, of which Novo Devitchy Is
the largest of all.
The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head
inecause of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA
TIVIt nROMO QUININItIs better than ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
ringiug in head. Remember the full pasme and
look for the signature of it, W. GROVU. 25c,
Heroes of the Coast.
It was on a stormy March night in
J807 that the first lifeboat on the
American coast battled through the
raging surf and picked up a half doz
en sailors from a stranded schooner.
ln 1848 congress recognized the noble
work of this society by granting it
an appropriation of $10,000. Then the
government organized a sm.all service
of its own on Cape Cod. Put not till
the winter of 1871 (lid it put its heart
ardently Into a national life-saving
service. Today there is a little army
of 2,000 superb but silent heroes who
nightly for eight innths of the year
patrol the longest ani one of the most
dangerous coasts in the world.
CALOM[L WMN. BIL11
I guarantee "Dodson's Livei
best Liver and Bowel c
Stop using caloinel! It makes you
sick. Don't lose a day's work. If you
feel lazy, sluggish, bilious or consti
pated, listen t> me!
Calonel is mercury or quicksilver
which causes necrosis of the bones.
Caloiol, when it conies into codtact
with sour bile crashes into it, breaking
it up. This Is when you feel th aw
ful nausea and cramping. If y u awe
"all knocked out," if your livei I r
pid and bowels constipated or you have
headache, dizziness, coated tongue, if
breath is bad or stomach sour, just try
a spoonful of liarmless Dodson's Liver
Ilere's my guarantee-Go to any
drug store and got a 50 cent bottle of
Dodson's Liver Tone. Take a spoon
. S. WILLAI
3 M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.]
8? NO! STOP!
DYNMlI[ ON lIY[R
Tone" will give you the
leansing )ou ever had
fl tonight and if it doesn't straighten
you right up and make you feel fine
and vigorous by morning I want you to
go back to the store and get your
money. Dodson's Liver Tone Is do
stroyf g the sale of calomel because it
is al liver medicine; entirely vegeta
ige, therefore It can not salivate or
make you sick.
I guarantee that one spoonful of
Dodson's Liver Tone will put your
sluggish liver to work and clean your
bowels of that sour bile and constipat
ed waste which is clogging your sys
tem and making you feel miserable. I
guarantee that a bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone will keel) your entire fam
ily feeling fine for months. Give it to
you, children. It is harmless; doesn't
gripe and they like its pleasant taste.
B. R. TODD
E n log and Contracting
LIT Surveys a Specialty
;nerete Work Skillfully done or in
Brawings and estimates of all Ind.
Telephone No. 346