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OUR attention is re.
spectfully called tc
-an important poini
not generally known,
that a laxative should have
a tonic element to success,
fully meet constipation.
Mr. John B. Capers, of 610 Pecar
St., Fort Worth, Texas, had a aig.
nificant experience in this particular,
lie was aillicted with a severe case of
constipation and bowel trouble. H14
spent a good deal of money in trying
to find a remedy. To his astonish
inent, Peruna very quickly relieved
him of his bad
i y in p t o i s.
This happened a
iumnber of years
ago. Since then,
Mr. Capers states
that lie has had
silrlar attacks of
trouble, the promi
ment syMptoin of
which Is constipa
tion, and has al
-s a y s f o u nt td
prompt and e!
cdent reller from
Peruna. ie says:
"Up to the tinme I
started usuig your
Pecruna I could
'drink castor oil
like water. It did
no good. As for
salts, they were of no ulse. PhysIcs of
all kinds "nd classes were used. but
We bad to enll on the fountain syringe
for help.': Penmaiii was1 R1IQ tW cor
rect this onmditt)loa tontipletely In Mr.
'Capers' case, and there Is every rea
son to believe that it was the Qtic
qualities of Peruna, added to the laxa
tive qualities, that procured this very
J. W. Ferguson C. C. Feathersten
W. B. Enlglht
PERGUSON. PEATHI3iSTONE & KN1I01
Attorneys at Law
Lauens, S. C,
Prompt and careful attention givei
to all business.
Office over Palmetto Bank
Dr. T. L. Timmermar
People's Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
CH!CHESTER S PILLS
LTHEI. MAN rRAND.
Aowe NI A N D ur ruElI. for
('ei heauoa's ia on i erand
111111a In W d and ( o vd n HERic E'
Loxes. stated with Sible t-bon.
N.ke no othDu A. . ou
DIALON &RN TODDU
Attorneys at Law
Enterprise Bank Ruilding, atirens. S.(
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Wone) to loan on teal Estate-Lon
Simpson, Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
Prompt Attentlin Given All liusines
Wiill Practiee in all State Courts
Undertakers and Embalmer:
Calls answered any hours, day or night.
.LAURENS, S. C.
B. R. TODD'
Engineering and Contracting ~
Land Surveys a Speeialty
Caerete Work Skillfully done or in
Brawings and estimates of all KInG
Telephone No. 346
.J. S. WILLARD
S. M. &E. H. Wilkes & Co
NOTI(CE TO (llil'I'Olt.
District curt of thie U1 ited Statej
D~istrict of South C'are inn.
In the matter of /
D~avls-Rojper Compa y, Biankrupi
To the'Credltors vie aove namel
Take notice that the 13th day o
April 1915, the a e named bankt
ruplt filed his petit onl in said Cour
prlaylng the confirmation of the corn
positfon heretofore offered and ac
cepted, and that a hearing was there
upon ordered and will be had upo:
said petition on the 26th day of Apri
1915, before said Court at Greenville
in said Dist$'et, at 11 o'clock in thi
forenoon, at which tirme and place at
knoWrt creditors and other persons ii
interest Ulay appear and show cause
if any theyv pave, why the prayer o
said petition should not be granted.
88-t RCIAB W. HUThON.
8844 -'' "Osark
VETElIANS IN REUNION.
Annua1l Reunion of Confederate Voter
ans lleld at Lanford Saturday.
Tle annual reunion of Co. "G", 3rd
S. C. Regiment, Co. "14" 14th S. C.
Regfiment, and Co. 'IN" 3rd 'S. C. Bat
talion was hold at Lanford Station
Saturday, 0. G. Thompson presiding.
A fairly large crowd was present, be
Bides the forty or. fifty survivors or the
various cominands. Of the three
companies that met together, live of
the Laurens Briars, five of Co. "M" 1.1
Rtcgt., and four of Co. '1l" 3rd Bat.
ainswered the roll call. Messages were
read from Col. .Jas. N. Brown and Capt.
H. P. Gril1'th, regretting inabilitv to
attend and with tender affection for
Proceedings wero openied with pray
er, led by onirade Win. Patterson, fol
lowed by a song by Mrs. I liggins. Next,
welcome address by Aliss INtolla lain
ford; respoise by tle cialirman. Then
followed recitations befitting the ocea
sion, by pupils of Miss I4tolla Lan
ford's school. Aliss lanford had a
well-conceived and splendidly execut
ed program for the entertainment of
the veterans and all of which was
greatly enjoyedl by them,
Brief speeches were made by 1lev.
1f. L. 'Uaggott and others but the prin
cipal feature of the speaking was the
address of Hon. R. A. Cooiie,p who had
been invited f0P the occasion. It is,
PeIrhLIps. enough to say that lie sus
tained his reputation for knowing
when and what to say and how to say
It. He .as the same faculty of hold
Ing his audience to its work. There
are few men amongst us who have
gone deeper, and analyzed more thor-1
oughly, the causes, conduct and con
sequences of the great fratricidal war
waged between the two great sections
of our country half a hundred years
At the close of .\lr. Cooper's speech
the meeting adjourned and repaired to
the same beautiful !-rovc where we
have so ofteni enjoyed the lavish hos
piltality of this good people. Ilere was
a long table loaded with all imanner of
good things, even including plenty of
barbecu ed hash. The good wollel,
with daughters and granddaughters,
who had charge, took pains to see that
no one went unfed. That's the way it
is always at Lanford. We boys have
anlt understanding that if at any time,
we should have doubt or hesitancy
almout. where to meet, why we wold
just say we'll go to Lanford Station,
IThe only thing had In the way of a
meeting in the afternoon was an in
,formal business meeting of the velir
an s, att wiich resolitionis were passed
inl ineimiory of tIhose who have iled
silnee our last. ileeting. Tihe oply
deatis reported weve those of SIlplienr
Woods and S. V. Waddel, of Co. "0"'
I lilt legiment. Neither of the otlier'
tw \vo comimles have had a deati since
lat inetling. lResolutons were pass
ed expressing deep regret that Col
irown and Capt. Crillithi are not able
to mleet with us.
Outr next meeting will be hld on thle
Saturditay nearest thle 15th1 of A pril
neOxt, at the residence of Comr iade .1.
lsewvis Stoddard, leairiview, sectiont. A
i motion thaiiking Mr'. C'ooper' andi oth
er's foi' their splendid speeches andi
,. Miss Lanfordc iand the people for thelir
splendid entertitinment, carruiedl with
the Rebel yell.
Our' splendidi day's work would have
mdoiIen d11 ideolt withlouit hearing .101hn1
.Ilnes sing "With thI e lio~s of the Six
B ies'' an "11'ililihmond is a Ilitard I load
~'Washi I lerron Ba rksdale, serYa nt of
., Thlos. Ii. Balrksdle of the "Bi'iar's"'
who w~as killed at Chiekamauga, was
given ani optliortunlty to make a talk,
andt was listened to with earnest atten
t ion as lhe r'ecountedcc expleruiences of
camp life. \\tash was faithful, lie is,
faithful yet and1 never' fails to meet
with us. lIeI shows his devotion fur ith
em' by attending state andh genci'al re
0. G. T.
'All human experience looks back to
mnothe'hioodl as the wontier of wondlers.
ThoIi patience, the
fortitude, the sub
lime faith durIng the
period of expectancy
are seontj,,only to1
* ~ thi mother love be
stowed Upon the
most helpless but
S Wornen aro quick
to lemnt'n from each
other those helpful agen q es that aid to
comfrtandyet are pertf~ tiy safn to uiso
and mongthese t y recomnmend
- "Mother's FriendJ
It is entirely a 11exernal applIcntion
designed to lubri t the broad, flat
muscles and ski hat protect the
. abdomen. It has b a in favorable use
for nearly half a century and Is known
to mothers in almost every settled com
miunity in the United States who highly
,recommend it. You will find It on sale
3 in drug stores. "Mother's FrIend'' Is
I utterly harmless, conitains no deadening
d runs.eruf beneficial, very soothing and a
Get a: bottle of "Mother's Friend" to
day at any drug- stors and writ. to us
for. ow' instructive iitife book to mothers.
'Addreus. fradfsid IRgulater C4., 316
-umiattaiu.. Atlata na -
WlEENIWOOD MAN SUICIDES.
Mr. ,Jef 1). Henchaun Seeks telief fron
1i Health Iby Suicide.
Grcenwood, April 10.:--Mr. Jeff 1)
Beacham, a well-know.n painter of tli
city, committed suicide Thursday af
ternoon about 4 o'clock by shootint
himnself through the heart with a sin
glo barreled shotgun. The deed wat
Committed on. the back porch of hi
home on Cambridge street while h(
was alone. When relatives arrive
they found him lying on the flooi
with the gun in one land and I
small stick, with which he had evi
dently pressed the trigger, in tll(
III hcatlh is believed to have beet
the cause of Mr. Heachetig*s taking hi4
own life. Just before lie fired the fa.
tai shot he sent a note to .lrs. .1. T
Medlock, a relative, telling her to no
Lify his wife, who is visiting in .ack.
sonville,. la., anld his brother in Spar
tanburg. lie also left notes to Mirs
lBeachain and his son Fiank, tollbig
tho formi'er that he had pClagra and
he believed his deatl would beilil
The note to Mrs. Medlock was a:
"Please get cousin .1i11) to te!e
nraph Ada, 328 E First St., aJcYtoa
ille, la.. also .1. .(. lenchiamin, SpIr
anburg, S. C. I hijve slot myself. Cet
T; his son i*ank he wrote:
"Try and take care of your moth
)r. I am nothing but a wreck. I
mn't write any more as I can't."
To his wife Mr. Bencham wrote:
"I have pellagra. I am almost
blind. I done this deed for benefit
:f the family. I wouldn't have any
lhing in the world. I can't remembel
ilything only just a little while, so
lon't thinuk anythinlg. You stay. .ust
ny disease. Am literally burilng u.
nd choking to death. Can't last any
1mc, and I do hate to do this, but I be
lieve it for the best."
The coroner lield anl inquest ti!
morning and rendered a verdict t(
tile effect that fihe deceased came t
his deal It by a gunshot wound infl2t
ed 1.y his own hands.
No arrangements hav been ilad
for the funeral pending the arr'iv.
of Mis. ilenchamin from Jac'ksonville.
MrI. leacham was about GO years o
age and leaves his wife, one son 'in(
two daughters. lie had made his hom
in Greenwood for a number of year:
and leaves many friends who will sym
iathize vitl his family..-Greenwoo
C.\ROLINA. l'EO11, T1411111
(IF ST IM'll itE)31;Ein1
Su lyerers n11111 S "ift 10rlif iV. US
of (itmrkalei Trean iieit.
Stoiac'h stiffe rers in the Solilen s
anl. In fact. all ovir ilie ountli lav
ound ieinia rkable .n1d eohiii r-esii t
fro-n t ile Ise of '.\layr's \\'oderf
.\ have kenlthis emeiidv Iru
tell today of1' Ihe benleits the r'-p.
eived. Its offoeelX ls (.om) it iickly -Ill.
fi dose coilvince(s. livre is wiia
two ('a rolla f ollks have writt n:
W. I?. I).\\'Vdr'Offl %'rkr N.I%
"loor yearis I have soffiedi fromn a diis,
yase whliih ipuzzled doci(tors. I heair
of your11 r'emledy andl one bott1lie g.a vi
ine relief. Y'our f'ull treatment ha.
about euiired ime."
-1. 10. IlWIN, Winym-Ralem. N. ('
-'I ami sat isied thr ' peoni i' ilst 15
Jof the powees o1f ur rem'ey peo'
wvhatever' you life. No ile distres,
after ('atintg, ipressur i-o(f aa's ini fli
XI inai h and arioun d t he lh-art. ( ;qt on.
bottile oif youirI ditiiz st nowi anduu triv ii
oni an abisoluite gitarante"- ii aol satis
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(001,1 POINT NEWS.
(Cold P'oint, April -IS.-M.\'. W\hit ilen
dy and family of Greenv'ille, and .lr's
Clar ience 'aanon of Lau rena, arie visit.
lng M\r. .11)hn1 Cannon and family.
Mi'. Jlimu Mundy, of Laurens, Is visit
lng relatives here.
Mir. Jesse H enderson, of ('ora naco
spent Sunday with Mr. M1. ii. Culbert.
Miss Jloe Walker is spending the
weoek-end in Croses H-1Ill withi herai nt,
\lt's. Leddie11 Walker.
Mr'. il. A. I iendlrix sipent Suniday ini
Cross 111ll with home folkis.
Mi'. Brooks Nelsen and family weie
thle guests Sunday' of Mr:. anad .\i's. I).
Mr. Evans Mc~hanie'l and wife, of
D~akville, were visiting relatives hei'e
Mr i. and Mi's. Cl. M. Voilr wen t ov
er' to Oqkville Sundlay to lie willh 11he
latter's father, wh'lo is (inilte si'k.
The Quinine That Does ftot Affect The Head
Because of its toinic and laxative effect. 1,AXA
TIVit IROMO QUINJNE Is better than ordlinary
9Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
rnging in heaud. Remember the full name and
look for the signature of TE. W. GROVE., 25c.
"Waste of Money."
Har risburg, *'Pa., A pril 15.--William~
il. 'Itatt today told members of Penn
Tylvanla legislature to conserve the
people's money and not to apend it
before they know how much the 'state
das to spend. "The growing daniger
in .this country,"~ Mr. Taft said "is the
waste of tho.Deople's money."
The biggest automol
A powerful, fast, silent and
really beautiful and fully equippi
High tension magneto, sliding,
anti-skid tires on rear, full strear
The car that has practically e
is the sensation of the whole aul
Holds the road
With electric starte
TE stigghaes afewofmth
he couo bealw and i
Highcription magrneto Thein
uanti-ktrson reart st full teamr
The carthatlhse prcile it
myth sebscrition o The Advleru
the arHAls the WroMap.
die value ever offered forA
sweet running full-grown 5-passenger,
ad family automobile.
ear transmission, lef thand center control,
,ery high priced car feature. The car that
at 50 miles an hour.
rand electric lights $9.5 extra.
to ar o pn
p vauoe.ee fee o
3d family auorihlene osat
ticar tansmesothnd me e r copytachol,
avery ihtricdcrlytreh crta