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Just once! Try "Dodson'q
iv\enl up y our isluggih liver: 1-'r
ule aid chtferfiii ulake your w No a
pleaur he h vigo-orls and fa:1 u
hition1. '(211.ake 1 n1t. o U l..e :
yo 111 1 lOSe a (lay s W01 ii.
('al 41011.1 is nIII .ry r 1 ju: 0i. .
wvhi h cau 1S S 11C1os is o:- I e
('aloinlol cra.hIevs into s v:r bld 1like
dy imie, b1Uaking it u . T ' ielln
yout if., that awfull un a:u and -
I iSt-- t1 o 10 I no0 ~ ~ t t n
Joy the nicest, genitle l liver atld Io -
.i takc a -;poon 1 fu11 o f h r I m sI 1 1 ,I 1odI
-;on's- Liver. Tonle hmli-ght. Your. drugl-1
gis or deallr SelI s you a . cel it hot
a hot i
cool and clk
awaiy with all
The NE\W PER]
like , regulat
cooks like gas. 1
fort with kerosen
comes a hfreless <
pullling2 a dtamper
to sho~w you the
plenty of hot w\at
to ob1tinl t b
Washington, D. C. (New J
Norfolk, Va. (BALTIl
Sftate of Mon)lthi (arolinn,
Whe reas, IetitIions signed by a legal
niumnher or thle 41ua lfed electorsq and1
free-hiolders* residling ini Ials school
dI!strict No. 1, Laureons conuty, Southb
Cv.rol in a, atsk ing f'or anl (eletIon uploni
Ih thel 1ietio ot voting ani addit ional 1
11uil1 lax uplonl the0 property ill said
rehool0 dIistrict. to beo used7 for school1
14n1r.4oses, hav e beeni 11ilcr with the11
coutly board of (elntoll, anU election
Is hiereby or'deredI upo 41 aid51 quest51ion,
-aid 'lection to~ be bieI on t he 29thu
(day of Mlay I 9I15, at (reenl l'ond School
anno~l1 lt of the trulsIees If' said( shool1
Onil. such1 eleelors as return real
regisrion11)1 4'ertificates as requliredl In
thle genleral election1 shall be allowed
TI'hose fa vor' ig I 'm :1 mill add itionalI
tax shall vole a hallot containIng the
word "YES'" wilten or prInted t hero
nn. Those againIr. thn 3 mill n adItIon..
AND BOWELS IY WAY
s Liver Tone" when Bilious,
Don't Lose a Day's Work.
I - of Plodson'ls Lier Tonle i uder mly
IlIoney-baclk gnarllitee that
-ol I s'llfI will (.vlea yottr sluggish
e:' t 1t 1ta a dose of nasty caio
: d hat it won't 1ake you siCk.
I isoll's I iver Tonle is real liveIr
,a, a line. Yout'll know% it neXt Inlorn
I h ust .ou wil w wake ti Iy l fling
11. our liver wvilI be workaig: head
i " anld dizinless, gone;: stoniach will
"SWee and h~owels re'gutlair.
Iod 'st115 ' .iver Tone is e'tirl cg
Itab11le. I he(Ire fore hw)rtnl1ess 1; an enn
::,( 'alivatc. G;ive( it to your. chibirenl.
.\lliols of people are usinlgI Dodson 's
I.'er Tone instead of danlgerolls calo
tie! now. Your druggist will 'tell youl
that tIe sale of Caloniel is atiuost
e.>"ped nt iey here.
:oal stove this
er. The N EW
)N Oil Cook
an and does
t e ash-pan,
ery of the
es like gas, and
t s gas stove com
An ovcn that be
:ooker merely by
.Ask your dlealer
icth fireSs cook
E. I t glvecS youl
)C hot, sooty coal
'rs an~d I.diflmps.
ersey) Charlotte, N. C.
VIORE) Charleston, W. Va.
atltax shall vote a ballot ('ontaliing
the word "'NO' wit ten or tinitted
hereon. P olls shtall open at the hontr
or 8 (o'elock In the~ for'enoon antd shallI
rema In open uintil1 the htour of 1 o'0clock
it the afternoon wvhen they shall lbe
('losed, and lthe ballols counted.
Tlhie trusteecs shiall Ireport the result
of thle election to thle coitn ty audI tot
antd c'ounitty sup1 'tIerinedenit of educae
lion wit hin ten days thIerea fter'.
-1JAMI I. SI'1L LIVA N,
I y otrder' of ('otty Boarid.
NJ. B. IAL A. C. TODD
DIAL & TODD
Atornieys at Law
Enterprise Bank Buildilag, Laurens, S.C,
P'RACTfCE IN ALL COUNTh
Woney to loan on Real Estate-Lonp
IN LIBEL SUIT
.fter Delberatifig 41 Hours Jurors
itentder Verdilet for the Defendant.
Syracuse, N. Y., lay 22.-Twelve
ien, chosei as a jury to determine
whether Theodore loosevelt. libelled
William Iarnes wheni he charged
that lie worked through a "corrulpt
all e hetween crooked ht4siness and
crooked colit i.s," and that he was
"1corrutp(tly allied with Charles F.
.lurp'lly, of Taninany Hlall," today re
itrned a verdict in favor of the i for
luer'I president. In the belief of the
jury, everything Colonel lloosevelt
sail about tie former chairman of
republican state committee was true
and, therefore, Mr. Ilarnes was not
The'I'l verdilt was returned after 40
ballots had beent taken and the jury
had considered for -1.1 lours the evi
dence which Was presented during live
weeks of the trial. Nineteen hours
were (onsumed before 11 of the jury
men, who, since the seond ballot.
had stood togetiri, persuadid .l uror
No. I1-- -41ward Burns, a Syracuse
nuotorman and a republican--to join
wit!h Iitm in rtcurning. a verdiet which
Colon-l loosevelt later declared to be
Io 1 of those 19 hour;s the j111o
Inl favor of, an utnconditional verdil
for th1c defenidant talkdl lo lthe onev
who, while hiiisilf favorin':- a similar
verdict, IInS isteud 11hat the cou rt
(o., and diurieiiients should be
dith-d let ween the Iwo principals.
Tle verdiet was reached in Iht, do'
tuitory of lthe .iail attacdllMI to the
Onoundag:a county ourt hluse and not
in tlie .ury room. .11uror ilrins
agreed to vote with is companions
(oon after tle 12 arose tlis mio 10 ng,
following their second night in custody.
Mr. Ilarneis was not il court. an d
ieither was his chief counsel, WIl
Iiaii m. Ivins, wlien tlie verdict was
ret it -i d. The colonel was there,
however, with his staff of counsel,
s e time before .1 ust ice Andrews
ascended the btelnch and opened court.
Sunimnor l'vursion PrcsSaturdaty
at .I. '. i lurts & (O.,---two s tes
Laurieis. S. C.
White 311an1 1ith ilack Llier
Tll liver is a blood iriller. It was
thouglt at one time it was the seat of
the pasTions. The trouble with most
people is that their liver becones
black h cause of iminities in the
Wiood due to hadl phy:sical -tates, vaus-!
ing Ilioni.ni s, leada:che, dizziiness
ani con sipat ion. ii. King'st New I fif
l'il's will clean ti the I iver, and give
you new hlfe. 2.w at your druaggist.
311EETIN N F LETTFEi, ('.\i1:uhis.
Annual 11eelinx to lie Hl in Postlof
lice ftltildilnar May :list.
The annual inetinig of the lattreons
Couny l t 0ul Lter Carriers asso
cltion will be held in Iho postollice
buildingz at I.aureins oi .\ay :31st, be
ginning at 11 i. m.
.\t our Stat co've-t in. held( at
8;mtahur~ig last year'. Laiiurens wa:s
Ihie haitntir ietinty, havingL thie highest
to beter( hat record ( hil .;c earI by get -
h1(4! al b ut ithrei lat eari. I ast year*
we had a fre triip to the tmounitainis.
Thiis year cveriy miiiiber will get a
f letipi to tin :a a iurd I'lorence lit
'l'hnsi are perilous lthues, andl it be
(otves (ver Carrier to join in wvitht
.5 atil shlrli to shoouldr, do all w~e
as at Laues. If imo issible to colme
sendl your naite andI $1.00 to ourl 5eCtE
ty at Owinogs, 8. ('. at once. We
haive reduct d the dues to $ 1.40th ids
IWe also want as tmainy as (anl to
at t :d thIe Slate associat ion at Hior
eince ini tll and go with its to the
"Cit y by thlie Sea".
J. E. Johtnson, l'res.,
Gray (oourt, S. C.
Itii:idiis ('ook, 8ee.,
Look at Me
I am Well.
"I cannot say
too much for Pe.
runa. It has en
tirely cured me of
moy trouble. My
eye lids were
t h I k and red
nea rly all t It e
timec. My' eyes
w e* r e eecuiat~illy
s'tnsitlve to lIght.
Catarrh waOs my
1touble. I had
had my eyes
treated aind took
a great deal of
meitC(1ci ae0, but i E
nottthng fieemued to
help ine until I
trIed Peruna. I
always use Peruma when my family
need it. Always find it very good;
it helps wonderfully. You can use
my testimnonli anywhere you wish
to." * So says Mrs. C. Skehan, No.
814 S. Leavitt St., Chtongo Tlls_
Fanors Arted Preparedness not. "For"
but "Agalust" War.
A1lhonkc Lake, N. Y., M1ay 19.-The
ilst day of the twenty-ilrst annual
Lake Mlohonk Conference on Interna
tional Arbitration developed unniiiiiim
Ity of opion virtually on only one
thingX--the undeslrability of war. Al
though Da niel Smiley, host of tihe con
ferelee and John lassett Moore, who
presided, ti-ed to restrain the speak
ers from contiroversy that niight ein
harrass members who were citizens of
European 'belligerent nations, o1ine Of
tle addresses retlected the hitterness
of tile international crisis.
r'l'leodore Marburg, of B3altimore,
formerly minister to lelgiuin, out.
lined the possibilities of a great peace
league, which Should not attempt. to
decide international disputes, blut
slouhld insist that such cont roversles
should not lead to war. Such a lea
-ie, lie recolnIiended, should umn ite
to piIIlsh any Power that started war.
President. IIibben of Princeton, star
tled the inembers with a frank speech
Eavoritig aried preparedness, not
'for" but "against" war.
"it is the weakest kind of senti -
mInItalisuin gone iInad," lie said, 'to
magine that the cause of lieace is in
lh" remotest degree advanced by
teachinmug the chi11(d1ren 1Of tle pub 1ic
4chools to sing tile doggerel r-iyn10,
beinning with the line "I did nlot raise
my boy to be a soldier.'
Never in the t wenty-one years of
Is existeilce had the L Nake Mohonk
Lonference heard such a call to arnms.
I'he Princelon's president's appeal
trouised In teinuse interest. and ieuS
fion among more than two hundred
"I do not advocate eparednliess for
var-,' he said, "but prepared ness
igaiist war-a upre paredness which,
n the event of the catastrophe of war
Itself, will prevent the enormous in I
lal sacritices of human lives which
has characterized every war in which
Lie t'nited States have been enigaged
tLroughoit our11 past history.
"'No olne can be so blind regarding
lie significance of present coiidillns
is to tai'e the position that a grave
iational einergeniey is not at least a
jomsility. I aii not in syinpathy
aith the peace proimnganda which Is
bJeing prosecuted inl iiany of ott r
sCiiools, so far t il ast as it dailtu
vors to Iulickeii tie peace sentiient
by lhiniprsing upon the nillilds of the
Yoilig chil11rci Ihe ecoliotieic losses of
l)r. iibbeni dieclared that one fallacy
tending to obstruct the progress of
peace was "that this present terrible
w\al. has developed certlain praclices
s iiri isiges which will revoltiliollize
tle nicepltVd restrnictionis of int(er1na
tionalI hiw so that hereafter all liin
Iiiin orial obligations of nation to iia
ton in a state of war will be swept
"\'a;s a liit Ion alte loolillig inito a
fuituii that is dai andi iiiysterious,"'
lhe coniihiiiid. "'in tiin. high tenisoi
ail suisin i thie iuist imsigmitiiiu iin
us a i:i onah en tastrouphie. .\nd ini the'
at aniy price.
rilice ail. exerlythinog wlihihal ;iibuy
illace. lI;t lit 115 not) foiget that t here'
are( soiiiie Ihiings w'hiieb i'anniot buy
to secureii pi-ace, theii jien(e thu s soiugiht
of a livinug h-l. \\e dare not t raide
hilono fori ieace; we (dare not1 tr'le
hioor in iorder tihat wie iiny bariga in
for' pee.-e. ~\e diarit not inllge o'ur1
selv es in thle ienjoy ilent ofth 11 less:5
inigs of icale while we tirni dea~lf (ears
to thle cry of istremss or' to thle sumii
at .I. ('. liurns & t'o.,-t wo stores~
Laitu ns, S. I'.
S'4i.lilI 31IN EXPL.\INN.
between''t liiniself anid (Go'. 3Mingltmr
Sumnter', .Alay I19.---Chilef of P~ol ice .
it. Sumter this afternoon gaive out- a
statement in answer to the statements
of G;over-nor' .Aanning andl Secr'etary
11. A. Aloses, showing his side of the
chi ef cons'ta ble mix-u p wvhichi ~ occur
i et' Suim Iir iin his sta teinen t sayvs
I ralut(-h had sevierial con ver-sa tions withI
Govenor .lannling r'elautive to the tip-.
1Jointmen(t, which lie underltlstood lie
was1 to rec-eive., and ( i had pi-oiised
(Goverr 110 l 111ianng som in ime ago to
accept thle os it ion and to lbe ready
tor' him whiein hie was walntedl. Ilinding
on his confe-rence with Glovernon .\ian
ninig oin 3.ionday t hat lie was to be0
offeredl a liosit11ion underi SherIff Mn ar
tin, and not at the head of the State
constabhular'y, as lie hiad expected, lie
ail, lnie ao ..'efus to acep te
appointment and returned to Sumter
instead of going to Charleston.
Chief Sumter says that he had al
ready notified Mayor Jennings of hits
intention to resign on receipt of th(
appointment. and that. Governoi
Manning had also seen Mayor Jel
nings about the matter. He had not
therefore, formally resigned as chiel
of police, although he had tendere(
his resignalion, and he is still act
ing in ti.s capacity, and it Is probablk
that he will continue in the oflice. Thc
matte-r of his appointmient was irs
talked on the strcets last Saturday
but was with held fromi publication al
tle rettuest of Governor Manning. 1i*p.
on Chief Sumter's retuirn from 'olunt
bla Monday afternoon, lie stated tha
the deal was all off and the mattet
was dropped until a statement of h
appoititlent. was publishied and latel
"Aboiut a year ago my three boyv
had whooping cough and I foun(
Chiamberlains Coulgh Remedy the on
ly one that woutid relieve their cough
Ing and whooping spells. I coitinued
th1iis trealmen t and was sirprised to
find that it cired tle disiease in a ver.
short tilne",writes .\rs. Archie Dal
rympie, (rooksi lie, Ohio. For salc
by all dealers.
P311es Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Tour druggist will reund titoney if PAZC
OINTMENT falls to cure sny case of Itching,
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles in6 to 14 days,
The first application gives ivase and Rest. SQc.
NO RETlPLY FiOM (GER.ANY.
No IntJnimtion (f tlie Charn-et otf r.
1n111 M-ep0y to .\merican Not(-.
Washington, .\ay 22.-Suich advice
as ihave beetn rCeeived froIn .\mb liassa
dlor Ge rard within thile last few days
it becatie knowi tonight, have given
no intimation as to the character of
lie German reply to the recent Amer
lean note beyond tile getietal it y that
if would be friendly ina tone.
TIte German answer is expected 1t
teach Washington late next week. Iln
til then tile sitiatlon as between thlic
I'nited States and Great. Britain ovel
alletted violations or international l;iw
inl (otinection witi the lii t ish ordel
in counell will not be developed b.'
olilcials here. After ile Gterman notc
is received, it is practically certairl
repres n11 tat ios oi the general sIb
ject of the comtimiiet-cial ei bartgo fiml
posed by Ihe allies' in tercoui-se witi
Gerinanly will be made.
'lhere is to teidency aiong oili
cilhs here to tuderesti mate tile seri
ottstiess of tie situaition whileh ia.%
resullt In the eventl of, an1 un1favor-able
reply froill Berlin. Onl this polint III
pat-icular- it is kilown the Waslingfor
govenmtiientI will insist ot complott
dlisavowal of any lini(ltion to destro.\
\lierican lives and fit1ll reparation fot
injiries stustained. If the German re
ply should Cover this poit. satisfac
torily, it is felt that artrangeiietis fot
ite flutuo sa fegiarding of Amte ricatr
iitizels can then he at-ralnged itrougi
furthe r ttht' diplonialic arrn:tigeiet
wherev liassiger and ontirahand
trail otn belligerent tmerchiaantmet
li iliI IO 0l~i.V V I -14( . X
.\N the Eietiveneiiss, N ot the i leet
l.hl -Ver-.iax ine iif the most imi
'-: ariis. -'or a longi ti in g I teitl ex
Io ''t , rli zi g t he it %t( lirfu jff sts t1
by o. i'. Ihve beet si ing *t find
Lff. li4' e i! as <amea iand et~ bee ablo
(ltutyhrmu -in its ai41 Ion lant
by illa.tK I.r itby in his tuil-et r-Lt ax,
~thousandliis of liomies -liroof iposi tivc
ofI its teal value.
If youi tetel:orn <~ it, tongue coa ted
and skin sallow; tl n't delay until il
bi.comes0: dtanigerti nl ilt Ihe Itroilble iin
thie had1( ithii LIli~. 'er- Lux. InsIst ou
the geuinte, bearl g the signiaturte ant
likeness of L. K. (;rigsbiy, which ht
gunaanleedi to :give sil sfact ion (i1
money re(fun tded. ~oir sale by Lau
trins Dru'ug Co.
II iVE I I ESTIOIIE YOUlR
to Its origliial newiiness. Nothing hutrtt
a buisineoss lIIke a shabbiy delivery ncr.
Yle hlave uin send for the wagor
and~ 'make it tiew again in every re
sp'ect. We'll make all necessairy re
pairs, give it a new coat of paint o1
vatrnish anti send it b~ack all spick
span' andl sparkling.
J. D. SEXTON & SON
LAURENS. S. C.
The ailments from which
women suffer are many and
4 varied so far as the symptoms
indicate, yet they are all de
pendent upon a disorder in the
feimale generative system, and
a remedy that acts on the
cause of the trouble puts an 4
end to all the distressing symp- 2
tons as soon as the unnatural
conditions are removed.
Is a Medicine for Women
It acts directly on the female org
pain, strengthens the nerves, helps
digestion, tones up the stomach
and puts the body in fine vigorous
condition. It transforms a weak,
nervous, ailing woman into one
of sparkling cheerfulness and
vigor. It brightens3 thle eye, re
viles the spirits and restores the
rosy bloom of health to the cheek.
Sold by Druggists and Dealers
Price $1.00 Per Bottle
CF.Siminons Medicine Co.
ST. LOUIS, MtISSOURI
State (of South C ('aroilina,
County of Lattren0s.
IN CO'RT O COM1MON PLEAS
. S. Ilalley & Sons and Uailey ros.,
I. W. Adair, et al, Defendants.
l'irstliant to a decree of the Court iII
the above stated ease, I will sell at
piblic outcry to the highest bidder, at
Laurens, C. II., S. C., on Salesday In
.ltne nexl, being londay the 71th day
of the month, during the legal hours
for sitc sails, ile f olwig deret ib
ed property, to wit:
All that tract of land, shitlate iI
the collti y of Laurens, state aforesaid,
conta liing on1e hundrtill ed inety (1110)
ac1es, more or less, boiuided by lanids
of .1. W. Itiddle, .\lrs. Th'lomas Rid
(lie, .John E'. Adair, I. .1. Adair, and
others, Ihe same being Ik ilvown as the
Strou1d place, being the same tract 01
ilareci of land put rchased by Isaac W.
Adair troill tlie estat e of Dr. Hlenry.
TrIlls of Sale: Onc-half cash, bal
aee to be aidi i lv ei )) ts frotn
d.Ae of sale; the credit port ion to be
1 ellred by bodll an1d mortgage of the
iiiIcihaser over tle said prem ises,
bearing s pelr elit iterst ftomti date,
atnd til per en. attorney's fee in case
of suit or collection by attorney, with,
leave to purchaser to pay his entire
bid in Cash. Purchaser to pay for pa
Pets and revenu1 stam ps. If ilie terms
of sale arte )ot coiplied with, the
land to be re-sold onl samile or some
ssi"1)e'4itet SUIVaesday on samtue teris,
at risk of fotnr i purchaser.
C. A. POWEIR,
C. C. C. P'. and (T. S.,
~laauren5, S. C.
IDated, this I0lh day of .\ay, 19.~ S
N tte of 1i'ut I-'ialt eileent antd DI)s.
A\1ll erson, inde~bted to thn. estate
o.\a.Cora .\I. .\lor d0101en00ed areo
refinred t lmak imediatle Payment
hlin itg claitms aga inst 5:ahl estate ate
ntotilald to lpr(eent thetm to) the execu
tr andil IlrIov thle sainie it duel fotrm of'
latw befote 0. C. Thiompison as Probate
-1ludre at his otlieat faturtns, Soiuthi
('alinta. at ten o)'(Ilc(A .\ ., otn the
I! Ih day of .\lay 1!115. or Ihe fotever
barredI, at whltim ie I will takeo fintal
sett1lemienat andi apply1:. for ditschartge.
I'. P. .\eCOWVAN,
As 'x((tttor 1of the Will 01' .\is.
WIm introp (ollegee
S~liOlditIllIP AND) EN~I'IANCE:
EX .Ul INATION
Thle examinitationi for~ the award (of
Vacant schiolatrships In Winttoii C.oI
Il(ge aind for the adiIsslion of 11ewI
studenits wIll bie hield at the (outnty
C'ourt I lotise otn F'rlday, .luly 2, sit I)
it. m.i Alipliennts mus1t5 not he less
ItItn itIxeen0 year1s of a go. When
schiolarships are, vacaint alter July 2
they will 1be awardedl to those makIng
thle highest average at tius examtitpa
tion, providedl they mneet thle conidi
tionts goverinig the aiward'(. ApplI
Canits fot scholatrships) shotuld w~ri to
to Pre'sidentt JTohnsonl before the ex
amtinat Ion for scholarship examilna
Scholarsips aire wortht $100 and
free tition. The ntext session will
begIn Septembher 15, 1913. For fturthetr
inifort iton andl entalgtte, address
Pries. D. I. Johnrson, Itock 11111, S. C.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
TiE iedAtoid t-A~lie
yearn knonn as 1ie:., Safeu.,Always Reiail.
L L'lIENS DIPIU STOJIE.
Undertakers and Embalmers
Call, answered any house, day or night.
L.ATTENS, . C.