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Women who suffer the miser
les caused by disorders in the
ovarian function, are periodic
-ally ailing. They endure pains
which extend their exhausting
influence to every part of the
body, producing melancholy,
nervousness, and weaknesses
which make life one long,
dreary existence. There is
relief and renewed hope for
these suffering Wginen in
The Woman's Medicine
it is just the thing to overcome
the diseases which cause this suf
faring. It is composed of pure
vegetable ingredients which are
known to act beneficially on the
female body. Painful irregulari
ties, Ovarian inflammation, Head
aches, Palpitation of the Heart,
all disappear before the power and
efficacy of this marvelous niedi
cine. It brings back the strength.
vigor and cheerfulness of earlier
years and makes life W th living/.
Sold by Druggists aaD era
Price $1.00 Per e
C. F.Simmons Med cine Co.
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
J. W. Ferguson 0. C. Featherstone
W. B. Knight
FERGUSON, FEATHtRSTONE & KNGitM
Attorneys at Law
LaWens, S. ',
Prompt and careful attendpi given
to all businCss.
Office over Palmetto Bank
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
People's Bank Bui ding
- lsonp 8. V
Laurens, S. C.
N. B. DIAL A. C. TODD
DIAL & TODD
Attorineys at Law
Enterprise Bank Building, Laurens. S.C.
PRACTIOE IN ALL cOulrTs
Money to loan on Real Estate-LonP
j impson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
PromPt Attentlon Given All Rusinuess
Wil Practice in all State C'ourts
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls answered any hours, day or night.
LAURENS, S. C..
B. R. TODD
Engineering and Contracting
Land Surveys a Specialty
..ucrete Work Skillfully done or in
Drawings and estimates oI ali Kind
Telephone No. 346
J. S. WILLARD
S. M. & E. H. Wilkei!& Co.
J. 0. MERTCA L, Mabel, Ml.
I can say that Peru
fer catarrhand im
eases of t he tonsel and
many other ailmonts. It Ie
manufactured by a well
p erfetly reliabi e.''h r
STom* with slight lax.
M E $$aivequalities.
"I have noticed a gereat
n any other' tak1nve 't
jgcontinsee a case whr
A not oapplete a sat
BY A CAROLINIAN
Le01t. 11e11lngek of cieraw lRniie
10,000 Feet. Files at Pensavola.
Columbia, April 25.-Lieut. P. N. L.
Iellinger, U. S. N., a native of Cheraw,
nade Friday- at the naval aeronautic
station at' Pensacola what is believed
to be a new world's record for alti
tude in a hydro-acroplane. He attain
od a height of 10,000 feet. The ascent
consumed an hour and 20 ininutc.
Vhen his instruments reachll the
lighest reading lie coul( attain, he
5hut off his moto' and glided to earth,
iescend in 16 minutes.
L2eut. flellinger fis been some time
1 111e navy-l'ying corps, but ilirst camte
nto public notice as an aviato by is
,xtensive reconnaisannce 1l ight i;
Vera Ciuz. He Is saId to have gone
iloft imoore often and to have flown
4urther in that etampaign than any
-ther of the airmen who were rushed
to Mexico following the 'Tampleo in
Richard larding Davis, 'the fa
lous wiar correspondent and writer
if adventure stories, saw llellinger In
tetion at Vera Cruz and in his corre
ipondence from that port at the time
nientioned himi in these terms:
"Ile has a very young face, tanned
lo the color of a McClellan army sad
'lie, his halir is yellow, eyes blue and
ilways smiling. lie is the picture of
icalth. Clean living, clean thinking
ind the daily exercise of taking a
niance with deathli have given hinm the
ook of a Greek god or one of Leyen
eker's captains. i1e is much too
;oo( to lose. Wre he my son, and lhe
s young enough, I would give him a
-cod talking to for taking such risks
nd in order to keep him out of dain
rt;' would make him a paymaster or
Licut. l3ellinger was born October
1885, in Clicraw. lie was ap
>iollited to tihe Naval academy lin
1903. Since his graduation lie has
Celn ovel six years of sea service. lie
ias been attached for soni tiiie to
he naval aeronautical station at. Pen
iacola. The photograph of him here
reproduced was taken at Pensacola
ast April, just before his departuris
ror Vera Cruz.--The State.
ro Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
rake the Old Standard GROVE'S
rASTELE3SS chill TONIC. Vou know
what you are taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing it is
Juiniie and Iron in a tasteless form.
he Quinine drives out malaria, the
Iron builds up the system. 50 cents
LIGHTS FOR TOWN.
('ontract Signed to Give Power to
Westminster, April 25.--Westmi in
ster will have electric lights this sum
iner. iThe coimiissioners, .1. 1). Stone
ypher, T. Peden Anderson and 11. M.
England, have contracted with the
Southern Power conpany for continti
>us power and the town will have a
number of small manufacturing plants~
-un by 'motor power. Sixteen thousanid
lollars worth of bonds have been sold
nid work has started on the pole line,
Westminster will be one of the very
row smaller towns in the South hay
nig continuous electric power.
A1 Tlest for Liver Complaint
3[e'4!ally Uniltppy--Phygicajy, Duill
The Liver, sluggish and~ inactive,
ilrst shows itself in a mental state
Linihappy and critical. Never is there
oy in living, as whien the Stomiach
nud lIver are doing their work. K(eepi
our' Liver active and healthy by uin
lug Dr. King's New Life Pills;' they
emplt y the IHowels freely, tone up youri
Stomachi cure your Constipation an d
mri fy thle Blood. 25c at Druggist.
luckleni's Arnica Salvo excellent tor
The liiairterly meeting of the We
man's Missionary UnIon of the' 2n<
.ivinion will be0 held wvith the Chestnut
Ridge church on the first Saturday in
Devotional Exercises, conducted by
Mrs. May Madden.
Velcome to .Societies--M ra. Sam
Response to Welcome-Mirs. May
Roll Call-Response by delegates.
low May our Women Learn to Lead
in Public Prayer? Opened by Mirs.
Nat Austin, followed by Mrs. Allic
Culber'tson and Mrs. Fannie Moore.
Vhat Can the W. M .U. do Towardis
Educating the Church? Opened by
Mrs. Mary IBarksdale, followed by
Mrs. M. L. Lawson, Mr's. Charlotte
Hlipp, and Mrs. A. B. Blarksdale.
'npolntment of Committees.
revotional--Mrs. Carrie George.
ow Can We Create an Interest ini
Mission Study?-Opened by Mrs.
Clara Watts, Mrs. Lou D. Meng, Mrs.
-Beason and Miss Allie.
. Mrs. Oleo Wifford,
.. - Preden
GERMAN FLEET SEEKS
BATTLE WITH BRITISH
['al)ers Dec!are Ships are Now Willing
to Fight In the North $en.
London, April 25.-A Copenhagen
dispatceh to the Exchange Telegraph
says that leading German papers de
clare that the German fleet is willing
now to accept battle in the North sea.
The entire fleet, the apers declare,
several times has cruised over the
North sea vainly seeking the British
The Vossisclhe Zeitting says the Nor.
wegian steamer Foodin met tlie Ger
man fleet last Saturday off Ileligoland.
The Germani c'ommander told lie cap
tain of the Foedin that tle German
fleet lad one deisire only-to engage
the Uritish fleet andi he hoped the
3ritish fleet Iight be found.
Whenever You Need a General Tonk,
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valual)le as a
General 'Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic propertiesof QUININ11
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blond and
Builds up the Whole system. 50 cents.
IS C'1AIIIE D WITH FOItWEItY.
Former Cuishier of Bank of Calhoun
Anders9on, April 23.-W. J. Tucker,
former cash ier of the Bank of Calhoun
Falls, has been arrested on a warrant
charging forgery and has been lodged
in the county Jail at Abbeville. The
specifle charge, as set out in the war
rant, is that he forged the name of
.J. A. NlcCord on a note found in the
hank at Calhoun Falls. ithe ainoit
of the note is $650. It is unde'rstood
that Mr. MeCord denies any knowledge
of the note.
It will be recalled that the ,loors of
tie Calhoun Falls bank were clo~;ud
by a state bank examiner :- er,il
ImotiIs ago, that S. J. Ilester, presl
ent of the institution Was ntaied as
receiver, and that Mi. 1'. P". Clink
scales of Anderson was later named
as co-receiver. it will be rcalll
that Mr. 'lucker left for parts un
known shortly before (lie doors of tne
bank were closed, and that lie left a
deed, drawn by attorneys in Aiuevil,
giv 1ing title to considerable property
in the town of Calhoun Falls to the
bank to cover his shortage, which he
first estimated at $8,000. Later lie
raIsed this amount by $1,000, and la
ter developments showed that his
sho rtage was approximately $17,000.
In arranging the matter to the sat
isfaction of the state hank examiner
four directors of the bank-S. .1. les
ter, C. 11. Taylor, A. A. Grant and If.
II. I lest'er-guaranteed to the examnin
er agahist all loss resulting from
mismanagement or misconduct on the
part of Tucker. h'lese four gentle
men, it is inderstood, made lieir
guarantee believing that Tucker had
made a clean breast of Ii.s conduct,
and tihat the $17,00) cover his entire
shortage. The alleged forgery notes
were not. taken into account, the four
di rectors believing thlenm to be gen
ulne andf all right.
it is uinderstood that several qlues
tionable notes are held in the bank at
Calhoun Falls; that the .cCord note
ia only the first w'here forgery is siis
I ee tid and charged, It is undlerst ood,
further, that other warr'ants will be
sworn out1 agaInst 'iTtcker'.
TIucker' is w'ell known in this city
as arme thle four' di rectors whto hnave
madl~e the guarantee to the state
bank I exatiiner'. .\lrm. . J1. H ester', pres
iden t of' thle defunc nt instittion is
wvellI knownm anmd has mnty 13 friends
-IESTlO11.ED TlO Ii E .L'il
air. Wadle Tihankfini ie leand A bout
10. 'T. Wade, of Williston, N. C., wvas
the victIm of stomach disordeis. lie
triiedl many remedies and took a great
deal or medicine and treatments. Re
lief seemed a long time coiming.
'rTen he found .layr's- Wonderful
Remedy, took a done--and foutnd relief
at once. Hie told his *.opinion of thle
r'emedIy in a letter In which lhe said:
"Your medlicine 1)s worked wont
ders. I feel so n ech better., I anm
thankful to youi deed for advertis
ing youi' wonderfi remedy in the ,ma
perts, as otherwJ e I might never' have
known of i?
Mayr's Wonlderful Remedy gIves pet'
mnanent results for stomach, liv'er and
in testinalI ailmentis. Ea tas much and
whatever youi like, No more distress
a fteri eatinug, pressure of gas In thle
stomach and around the heart. (Oct one
bottle of your dm'uggist now~ and try it
on atn absolute guarantee-if not sts
factory money wvill be returned,
M. 13. Chandler, of Mouintvllle, was
elected chief of police wvhen city ofi
cot's weore elected recently in the city
of Greenwood, Mr. Chandler' was
chief uOf j'olico there several year's
ago and 'made a good record as an
0HICH StER A PILLS
LMW D3UOND RND
Thursday April 29th, to Saturday May 8th.
Why suffer and smother during the hot summer when
you can keep kool by wearing one of our
Palm Beach Suits
Now is the time to buy when the stock is full and
your size is here for you.
Prices $5.00, $6.50, $7.50 and $8.50
LA & ClofIes
CLARDY & WILSON*
You Are Liable to a
any time on the road ise days. If
one happens to3yo7 N nen driving send
your carriage o lfor repairs. Un
less It is a cn ete wreck we can
make it as go as new and in many
eases a whole lot better. But don't
wait for a smash up. Let us (1o what
small repairs you need now.
J. D. SEXTON & SON
LAURENS, S. C.
Keep It H Iandy ior Rheumatism.
No use to squirm and wince and try
to wear ouL you r RnE unatism. It will
wear you out instead. Apply some
Sloan's Liniment. Need not rub it in
just let It penetrate a 1 through the
affected parts, relievr the soreness
and draw the .pain. ou get ease at
once and feel Io ,h better you want
to go right oi4t d tell other suffer
era about S1o s. Get a bottle of
Sloan'a Liniment for 25 cents of any
druggist and have it in the house
against Colds, Sore and Swollen
Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and like all
ments. Your money back if not sat
isfIed, but it does give almost instant
relief. Buy a bottle today. I
Wo uwhes Tht BOe Net Affeat Te Nee
Becae tf tte and laxative efect XA
T o is better Ihest arY
Ccause ner'6 ed nor
r agin e .n Reane the full nae and
toe iaute of . W. OROvM. 35M.
III I le District Court of the I lted
States, for the Western D11stric of
South CIarol ii.
In tile .\latter o1 Ray's llankrupt.
l'ursuant. to anil order of Hionorable'
). II. lill, lieleree ill ailkiriptcy in
tile above mattel, I will offer tor sale.,
at pmblic aulltion, to the highest hid
der, for ensh, at tie store lately oen.
pied by 1tay's, West .\ ain Street, Lau
renIs, S. ('.. on .\l onday fihe :rd day oI'
.May. 1115, at 6 O'clock in tihe afier
noon, all of the soclk of lerchand is
and f1urnlllitu1re and fixtuires belonging to
said( laikrupt. Estate. The stock ol
llelchalldise, flOlsisting of dru'g s, toll
(1, aric iles, stationry and neCessoies,
etc., is lliv ltoried at $ ,50.7.l. The
1 1ur-ntiture and fixtures colslstilng of,
wall-cases, nirrors, shelving, pre
seriptiol ease. showcases, ircolt safe,
chairs and soda foniltain, etc.., all in
\-e-ntorled at $2,717.71. These articles
will be first sold in sfftable an(d eoil
venient lots or pareqls, and then, as a
whole, and tlie highest. and best hid
aceepted, subject. to confiriation. All
of the property will be sold free of
]leils. Further Infornation enn he oh
taillied from the undersigned or his at
Dated at. Laurens, S. C., April 2I,
DIAL & TO,.0M,
39-2f, Attorneys for Truste.
IVar Atlas and 3ap.
Ilave you got yoiii war na i and
atlas? (lip the coilpon elsewhere in
this paper, enclose it whith a 1Dollar
bill for one year's subscription and
Notlee of Examination.
The State Board of Edieation has
ordered that the Spring Teachers' Ex
antilation for teachers' certhfleates be
held Friday, May 7th, 1i9/ The ex
amination will begin a ine o'clock
in the Court House.
By order of County Board,
39-3t James H. Sullivan.
War Atlas and Map.
Have you got your war map and
atlas? Clip the coupon elsewhere in
this paper, enclose it with a Dollar
bill for one year's subscription' and
State of Southl ('arolinaI,
(oiniiy of Litiarenis.
Wlereats, pltitions signId by a legal
nuwrof* 11he finalilledI electors and
freholrsrsidinig inl W.1:1.rloo
school list rit No. 5., iaurens coniity,
Smuth C('atlna, askding for an elvecion
1114on the <!e-stion of, vot ing an addi
lional I miill tax apon t Ihe property in
said swhool district it) be l us( i illr
pco l pi pjoses., hlave ben i d wilth
[h, .ountyl\ boalrd W, eduenlv tionl, anl
le iti ishrby 1t rd IIed u)pn sid
I Ii1otn, aid l tioI to bv le tehl on
(t IIth day 1 1 .\la : 1t a1 , 1 at Oa vkviIlI
s( hoolhoist in saidistri' unider the1
ill ialtna l.u1enit of the trtwtees of* Said
Only such eletrors as reunn real
or personal piopet-ly for taxation antd
who t.Iibt their tax reteits and reg
Istr-ationl cert-itlen;Vs as required( inl
the geineral election shaill be allowed
Those favoimnr the I ,nill additIon
al tax siml vote; a,..h 1ll o ontaitiing
tile word "YES" vritten or! prinlted
theroeln. Those agalinst the I m1ill ad
ditional tax shall vote a ballot con
taining '' word "NO" wriltten or
printed tlionot. Polls shall open at:
the hoiulir of S o'clocl in the foren(1oon
and shall re'nutain open 1111il the houl'
of, -1 o'lock ll lint afternoon when
they shall be closed, and tile hallots
The trustetes s1 all report the resuilt.
of the elect Il!) ion to h1v couity a1litor
and counlty sulperintfendelnt of edulca
tion w'it.hii ten : ys thlereat'ter.
J. ll C'! It. QUril 11 Al N'.
Bly or-der. of, Countly floar~d.
Ill Fornis of interelian ngealil 3lblengle
and Penny Scrip flookm for Intrastate
Iassag(liI Souit ii t"roliIII.
Effective Satur'day, March 20th, 1915
all iltcrclangeable inileage and Penny
Scrip books, forins Z, Z%, SIM and.
Penily Scrlp (regardlep of date pur
Chased) will be go , within limit,
for intrastate jou'r s In South Car
olina by exchange f coupons at ticket
windows for Ipassage tickets in ac
cordance with contract and tariff pro
Seaboard Air Line Railroat(
Carolina Atlantic & Western Railway
Charleston & Western Carolina Ry,
Columbia, Newberry & Laurev I
Atlantic Coast Line Railr