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I Saved Girl's Life
"I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re
ceived from the use of Thedford's Black-Draught," writes
Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky.
* "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds,
* liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe. Black-Draught 5
* saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles,
0 they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's 0
Black-Draught made them break out, and she has had no
more trouble. I shall never be without
TH E DFO RD TX0
B3LACoE %-"1O RAUrjHT
10 in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi
ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar
ailments, Thedford's Black-Draught has proved itself a safe, 0
* reliable, gentle and valuable remedy.
If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- 1
Draught. It is a medicine of known merit. Seventy-five 1
years of splendid success proves its value. Good for
young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents.
AL IN % ae1%IrQ
After taking inventory of stock find we
have too many Winter Goods on hand.
> While it is possible the most severe weath
er is yet to come an opportunity is offered
to those who are not provided to secure
Winterwear at much below market value.
Only a limited number of Blankets' on
hand-these are offered at prime cost to
Mlysteries of Rheumatism
Action in the Tissues of a Remarkable Antidote
S. S. S. is a Recgular Wiza~rd iDivnOttRlenasm
etter t i t~i (11 th t hta let I ts I si. V y boe sosel, Ii m nt tno,
issuoe ells, thoseat tiny, little bodies it n sisrnies
which nutritIon gnues orn. Arni( it is hoeA dbs ifal .S . huhapw
that a mst rematrkabl icdIdno knownefu erhlgovwemigeeyt
~sS. .S. S. d1 e its most active and most p~ tdtecue f"suals sa
rhetsmatice get onhIr funeet Basdr id y en rhsgo h ermtr eado
magIc. That cold, clamrny sensation thatthmoteatcen.
Jtadol you hug a red hot stovo is gone in Akfras nittpngtigS .S
a twinkling. That excrueiating pain thatth odscuofrremntn.
made a feather lay as heavy as a ton of Frirvtproa dieo tb
coal on thein Is gone. You got usp andhoncrichemtswieatnc
1t is an atal logn sc t, linS wif s ti eslysfmoso!l 1101dsea n
Bure Specific flushes your blood, gives I suipdt nk esnlbodtss
your entire blood cIrculation a finepove ytehgetmdclatoi
thorough bath. It just natturally and in a tis eta otlof.S..tdy.'he
ttwinlls irriateseveryatom in r ivinygo ORh untatnfo shme.
Redue areae a de lan be ttend
One thousand bushel sipkinss. olfi
Cotn edfo ae 75 s. pner busha atel
f.oe.Wr has S. lt C. 0 oeorslsoa
WaeSol Askfor intupngng o.S.s
Warerds uo o romaim
ho c ri he atrn vro t r)
ite Cost of Fishing. *
10ditor Laurens Advertiser:
I ami sending you a statement of
what It cost Webb Elledge and Court
ney White to catch fish at this place.
White gets his over the trap line and
Elledgo gets his by way of the basket
So on 'he first day of January White
bought live dollars' worth of lumber
and made him a trap and put it In the
river and it Is four hundred yerds
from the house. Ile goes to it six
times a day. Well, from the first day
of January to the first day of April
he walked two hun11dred and ninety
fotr Iiousand yards, which is two
hiu ndred an(d eighty-six miles, six lun
Idred and forty yards and he has
knocked off three toe nails, fallen In
tie river sevenl timles, wo.- out thlree
pair of shoes, takeni twelve dollars
worthl of (ouigli syr'up and cautglt lif
teenl pounds of fIsh.
Mr. El' ledge u )),t his baskets in Oh
river at the same time and at a piace
known as tlie "MeNinch lock"' jils
on1e mile froi the power house. Ile
wevnt to tlemii (!vOry day. So, from the
first day of .lanuary to the ilrst day of
A pril he walked one1 h1111dred and
eihty milles, bought four bushels meal
and onle busilel of onions for bait
which cost himin six dollars, paid onie
dollar and fifty cents for the baskets.
Wore out thIree pairs of shoes, tore a
very large hole in the most important
part of a live dollar pair of pants, fell
in the river three tilcs, and canught
six pounds of fish. So he has cut his
baskets loose and if the waters of Sa
luda river carries them where lie told
th1em1 to go and there is any fish In
tilemti wlen they get tlere they will
fry 3uick. lie has decided that the
best way to get fish is to buy 1111lets.
Ilut White has tile patience of Joh.
He still goe:; to his trap six times a
day, and is trying to buy lumber to
make himl another onIe.
Now Mr. Editor, I am no George
Washington, but tho above statement
is true and 1 am1 willing to sign it be
fore a "Notorious Republican". So
there you are.
"Power House", Ware Shoals, S. C.
April 1, 1915.
.1.ANY DI SORDEItS COME FROM
Are You ,iust at Odds with Youtrsclfi
Do You llegtilate Living.
Are you som1et1ims at odds withl
yourself and with the world? Do you
wonder what als you? rie you
imay be eating regluilarly and sleeping
well. Yet something Is the matter!
Cons"ipation, I(ea(.ieh, Ner'voiu.ienisa
and 1hiliouisnlei:s Sieoils indicate a
hiwuggish Liver. The tried remiedy is
rI*. Kin-g's New Lif- Pills. Only 25c
at 3our11 druggist.
tichlenl's .\rnc Salve for ' ki n
* * * * * * * *' * * * * * * *'
* he1land .treh Ibal LaiImZton. *
* * * * * *. * * *' * *. * *' *
In the deati, last -aturday, of Le
land Archibald Langstoin, DarlinIgtoIn
lost a man who hlad per3formiled valiant
ser'vice for Its people, even to the
Iloinit of facIng dea1th itself that 11103
Imight enjoy peace and liberty'. Coni
filled to his bedl for twenty-two wvearyv
imonthts 1by piaralysis and~ softening of
the br'ain, death11 at last camte as a wel
COmle surleense to his Patilent suffer'ing.
With an3 hionorabile record as chIef
of po11liee for' 3nineteen3 yeCars at1 Lan1
ren15,.'i .\'. l.antgst on camne to D)ar'ing
1(1n in I1901, and1( suicceeeda (ihief IDar
ganl 1111on hle hat ter's dea1th. Owing
in ill health I, hie was ('omlpelledl to re1
in in I1911I,.and1( since that timle had
seeni few well diays.
was(1 apablie and elliciet; a manit ofi
1fu1 in his cver'y act, ie was alwayvas
I e f-p os5esed, and( Wl was lcier'at e of
this Itcllowmen't. '.s an officer' oft the
ilaw, he was ntied for his courtage and1(
dtevot ion to (1u3ty. lIt was nio respeeW
totr of' Iertsons; in1 Is eye, 113 offenid
er' was 113 otffetnder, let. his stationt lhe
whtat it mighif.
Old rlesidets recallI otne 13nstan3ce,
itn iiarticular', inl which lie d1isplaye3d
tare' coulriage fin making ani ar'rest. One
I r3o(k, em1plioyed 01n the cemnen t wor'k
around1 i tihe couthouse1, biecamei ini
(Oensed ait a 51up eiIor, and3(, IirtocurIing
a iiist ol, sht f the latter illn the jawv,
t he inj1red ma~lin itfled, wvi th Birock in
1)urisuit. Beside hlimsel f withi rage be
causie hIs v'ictim31 h1ad esca pod himt,
Br'ock r'eloadeh0is1 pIstol andl~, stand1(
Ing in the Public Square, dleflid any
iman to appr'oach hliml. ChIef Langston
was so03n on tile sceneO, coatless and
utnarmned. lils fiends bogged him not
to attem11pt to artrest the enrtagedl ma11n,
whlo was br'andishling his loaded wvea
110n, bu1t thle (chief saw only is dutty.
lie calmly walikedl upi to lBrock, (115
atrtedl him, and1( placed him u~nder ar
*''hlis was not tile only Instance in
which Chlief L~angston had ditsplayed
his courage. Heo came to Darlington
with an enviable record for bravery
at Laurens. Old residents associate
several widely-known Incidents with
Mr. Langston's offllal career prevIous
to his coming to Darlington,-Edf
torial in Darlinglon News andes.
ARCHIMEDES AND HIS LEVER.
The Feat of Raising the Earth From a
"Give me a fiflerum and a place on
which to stand and I will raise the
earth trotn its phice!" Tialat 1. a1 say
Ing popultrly attributed to .4rchlinedes
if the reqttired conditionas were poss -
ble the feat might te perforted, bit
fin addition to providing a fulerun and
R place onl which to stand Archimedes
would also have to be furnished an In
definite lease of life.
To raise the earth a height of one
Inch by thu force whieh Architnedes
would have been cnapable of exerting
would take not only an extremely long
lever, but an extretuely lotgg time. as
ca be readily shown.
We shall asstimae the followig datat
In outr enkl ilution: That the eatrth Is
it siphere 7.920 minles it dtianeter and
that 5.5 Is its ineanti density; also that
the lever has no weight. Should we
design it real lever it wolId be of sach
enootiutas size atnd weight tlit Ar
lhimedles' weight woltid tie a negit-lable
If the earth Is 7.920 nilies In dinae
ter lite volante is abott 21 IX00.i0i0.ti0t
etlate talles, or 38,.000,00. 0,000,
000.000 euble feet, and if tile density
Is 5.5 the weIght pea etble foot woutld
be nbout 3-11 pounatds. which tit pliiled
by I!.' voltime wotild give as the
weight, of tile thti 126.96.36.199.000,'00.
)00),0U0.00J0.000 poutilds. We siall ats
sutane, further. thiat Architedes weigh.
ed 150 pounds and tai t "tle pilace oan
which to stand" wsits soame dititt
stara; then. if the failerim ais one mile
frot the pollit of ira(enttionl of the
lever to the earth thei length of the
power ari of ite lever. or the (is
Ltance of Archimedes' "standing phice."
would have to be 880.Ut;.000,0,00,.
To tove the etrthi a distance of one
Inch Archimedes' end of the lever
would have to move througlh at dis.
tance of 1,.3SS,000.0.M1 t.000. milelas
Now. It Archlinedes %hould tnke hold
of tilie endO of tile lever attd aplly his
veight of 150 pouinds to it atnd should
move off into stnace with the velocity
of lig11t, or 18ti.000 mi les a second. it
would tatke l01ta 237.000 yearts to tin
is the Jo) le Ir(ose(d. SO tlhiat naw,
netaly 2.200 years after making the
fainous dictum, lie would arely oatve
started tht! undertaking.-C. 0. Santtd.
strom in Schentille Amaterleanti.
When -'rederilk t lie Gtrent, iit ilie be
giniing of the Sevei Years' war, was
in possession of Dresden lie went to
view the works of art In the royal
picture gallery. The gallery director,
Iteldel. took tle king throigh atill the
rooms and explained cach pituere ant
they went along. Irrederlelt expressed
his t unreserved adainratio for all the
itetures, but whien lie catne before n
certain pllaiting by Correggto lie stop.
Ijed. viewig it with pirtletilair interest,
"If you are willinag." le saild suddei
ly, "I should like to have that pie
Rieldel gasped, for lie expected the
king to say that ie wished ilie pi'tir
for himanself. Butt ie kinag noticed Ilh
anxiety and, striking hiamat oat the sioul
der, said, lauighing:
"If you ftte willing I slhould like tc
have that pitire copled:" - Yomht
Bore and Caliber.
The bore of at shotgatn as determined
by the circuaereuce of atny oe of I
gIven anmber 0f tlead balls of eqal
weight, the total weight of whIch ta
onie pounzd. tfor tist nec, the iretaum
fer'ence of' the Ianra'el of a ten bior'
shiogtan Is equal to thte circumtiereet
of any one of teat leatd batlls ort equtal
wveighit thle totah weight of u liah it
Th'le eatnilabr of a riflle is thle dflt mttet
oh' the bore of Itsq Ianrrel ameasured l
hundracledthls ofrt n Inacha. Theia diatmaetel
of they bor'e it a 32 canliber rlile It
thiraty-two liuaaaredthls of atn liuch.
Pb'hlbidelhn l'rg ess.
A Musical Tyrant.
Glutckt ats atconuitctor Is said to t va
hrettari aun unmercifail Ityrat. t L regnenltta
1'lyte anutiltans woutld Itave to repea
it paat'ge I tenty timies beflore lhe wvit
sat Isfied. Thei taeinb'rs of thle V'ienm
(oitral oarchestrna comaplainedl of this bart
tasatge to thet eatperor, Josephl It.. whba
at'apensed t'em 1)y aigreeing to glva
themi 2 (1dents insuteatd of 1 duient rol
every performnnatee tat whuich Glael
A Prophetic Writer.
it pracienat scienace the mtost marvel
ouisly ptrophaetic wter wits the Matr
qluils of W~orcester, who in his "Ceni
tury' or inavtentas." piublishedin 1a6U03
descrIbed the steam enagine, the hele
gritpih, thle torpedt'(o, the riange finder
the hydratuliclae r portable mtiltiar)
onatoons, amattces atad mtany othbel
thintgs whicha hiave come into use wth
in the laast hitnd~redl years.-St. Jamies
The general joker was watc'hing ii
autflragette and~ atnati plaiying anagams.
"Here Is one womaen shtould knaow
how to tase," saiad the geanial joker, giv.
big them the letters otsve.
"It's votesf" cried the sulfragette.
"Guess again." atid the, antI. "It's
"How is it that a man can, carry
an tumbrella over another man's wife
more satIsfactorily than he eqs oyes
his own wIfe?" "He caninot. He just
thinks he can because the other man's
wife Is too polite to tell hIm what she
thinks of hIs clumsinecss.".-Houston
There'Is 4 Tast 'deal' ot vital att' i
A Disordered Stomach
Is caused by food which has fermented. To avoid a spell of
sickness this impure matter should be driven out. You need
DR. M. A. SIMMONS
Vegetable Liver Medicine
It PurilIes the Stomach and Bowels
It is a pure. wholesome medicine, made only of a choice selection of the
best of naturo's herbal remedies for correcting disorders in the liver, stomach
and bowels. It Is a fine cleansing medicine that acts mildly, yet it rids the
system of every phardclo of diseaso-breeding put-ty. It relieves biliousness,
indigestion and constipation. liny only genuine In a lithographed tin box.
Look for the picture of Dr. M. A. Sim , on the front panel.
Ask for the Tin Box. Price 25 Cents.
C. P. SIMMONS MEDICINE CO., Proprietore, ST. LOUIS, MO.
THE LIV10 1ABY will be brought to our store Saturday April
17th in the afternoon. Will you be here to see the nurse bring it to
us? We shall take care of the baby from that time until your
ballot decides into what home it shall go. It will not be necessary
to take out adoption Ipers, as we have arranged to give legal title
Do you want the family of your neighbor to have It Then get
your coupons in for them. It will be brought to the store Saturday
STANDING MONDAY BALLOT BOX CO;NT.
limiRST-mrai Eva Teague.
S10COND--1iss May Roper.
THIRD--Miss Lena Roundtrpe.
FOURTI -M1iss Ruth Pattoi.
Others following closely.
STANDING IN LVB PABY CONTEST
FlIWT-.Mr. G. S. Alcore.
2COND--\rs. Eva Teague.
Ml usiC next. Saturday byv iIoosters. Bring your singers. One our
is your. tline.
The contest for grand prize piano will [close
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