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And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin- believe I would have died If I hadn't
cent Was Unable to Attend to 'ae t
After I began taking Cardul, I was
Any of Her Housework. greatly helped, and all three bottles re
lieved me entirely.
I fattened uip, and grew so much
Pleasant Hill, N. C.-"Il suffered for stronger In three months, I felt like an
three summers," writes Mrs. Walter other person altogether."
Vincent, of this town, "and the third and Cardl Is purely vegetable and gentle
last time, was my worst. acting. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic
I had dreadful nervous headaches and effect, on the womanly 4onstitution.
prostration, and was scarcely able to y
walk about. Could not do any of my Cardui makes increased strength,
housework. Improves the appiite, tones up the ner
I also had dreadful pains in my back vous system, ao helps to make pale,
and sides and when one of those weak, sallow chcks resh and rosy.
sinking spells would come on me, I Cardui has elped more than a million
would have to give up and lie down,years.
wutld havwoe o gvfu.nd le o n It will surely do for you, what it has
until it wore off.
I was certainly in a dreadful Gtate.of done for them. Try Cardui today.
Write to: Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladies' Ad.
health, when I finally decided to try visory Dept.. Ch.ttaooca Tenn., for Special In.
rutoson vuitr ca~e ond 64-page book. "H-omo
Cairul. the woman's tonic, and I firmly , f 1aatened up, sent In gial wrappe . J45
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The Very LaCesa Theory Abouv ow and Why the
Blood is Disordereds
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Tho great experts In Clmistry' al( And In reienrating the tissues pa le
Physiology now declaro what lhts ail lt ha t rapid al pisitle anteek rs antni effect
along been cont cndcui by o' wi IA I l uonll 11 lhto% Irritating infltences that
oratory that thle ger~tgls or Ioo)d tlisordrs I cuo rhad uti elped sore throat, weak
find lodgment Inl tile interstices of tile tis. tyes. Il s ofe, thin pale cheaks, and
sues. tIllt wil s do01-u: Po yuiw nwrve that
And herein is were S. . .o ds to is fo e . by aill sufferers
work rapitily, effcti Wery aitei o hita o Mone with L Ad..W
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'This famous blood lrer contains t nv. rca and -p a g you wii not only
medcina coth onents .btonc asn I fitm feei forigh t.i neg't Ilc but you w il be
essential to Wic*;imy blo rkn as the notntily the icturo of iew sue.
elements of wLeat st ro. beef, and fA bos u S. Is prepared only In the iabora
811(1 thle sugars that niako ill our daliy toyo h wit,3eil C. 0 wf
ration. .o r ofi Atanit Ga. ll Cho. antl Swifry
As a mttr of fact there is one Ingr .
dlent i 8S. S. S. wich serves the live efficnt eical Department, ihet all
pur,)ose of stimulating each cellular art who nave any ntloog disorder of at stub.
of the body to the healthy and Judicious born nature m y write freely for advice.
selection of Its own essential nutriment. S. S. S. Is sold everywhere by all drug
That is why It regeerates the blood sti'. stores.
ely; why it has such tremendous in. Beware of all attenps to sel you
Aluence In overcoming cema, rash, j . something "Just as good." Insist upo
pies, and all skin afflictions.
WHEN YOU WANT
lerfuly notiCOMEe TOultS
raOU STNory OIA of th SwEfL ASpeINlC. 01BUSINESt
WAY i . . WIc Sere Y h aT i V fI cien TO AdclDament her alE
AeJtinY of A tswnY estal nti ment.l A .L I. '. Is01 Ysold Iverywerebyalldu
whyAAI i't reenrae the boodS ANp. 00?tores.II1 ES
11I A IBEJI E WELRY
HUYi. ppianGms ot boWER ANlei.E WERsA N
thEnSTMc E Ts T ofA BRGS. WhGTRN. A WY
WCoAY. WEit aK YOUci TOui VI UR ASTOR TDD H
to Pesidnt Jhnso bfreLh LE e EWLE
Then blantorteaar f-i-f
vacharsshIps re wthro $100..
OF GEN. BRADDOCK
Monument Erected In Alexandria, Va.,
at Point from Which Jiritish General
Departed on Disastrous Campaign.1
Alexandria, Va., Aay 26.-\larking
the point from which .Iajor General
Edward Braddock and his force of
British regulars and Virginia troops,
with Col. George Washington as aide
de-camp, departed from here in April,
155, on the disastrous expedition to
take Fork Duquesne, the present site
of Pittsburg, Pa., in the war against
the French and lidians, an Interest
ing monument was unveiled here to
(a1y by the society of the Colonial
Dames of Virginia. '
.\any members of the Society of
Colonial Dames, the Dauglihters of file
American l ievoluition and other patri
otic societies froimi valilouis parts of
Virginia, the t)istrict of Coluimbit,
.aryiliad and Peanilnsylvania witnessed
tle preseitat fi of the ian uimenit. to
oitciaiIs or tihe city of Alexandii.
Many of those resent will take art
toioirow in the unveiling of a1 8imilart1
m int1111ien t at \Vinchester, \'irginia.
O(e of tile old British cannon abain
dloned here by GieerliaIddoc'k sit
mounts11- the mtonumllent. For, manly
y ears tle cnniton as stood 1ipright in
the earth at. one of tle city's street
cornieis as a marker and was an ob
ject of interest to sightseers. By an
act of tle city couneil several yearis
ago the anicent piece of ordnltlice,
trought from England by Geneil
liradock When he camte out to Vir*
giniLa as gentera lIissimito of all t Ite
British forces ill the American colo
nies lit the war against the French,
was turinEd over to tle .\ount Ver
non citaper of the Daughters of tlie
Amterican lRevolution. That organliza
tion today formally presented it to
the Virginia Colonial Dames, u ndeir
whose alup:icos the moitiient was
Foriling the base of the monuitent
and muoutinag the old cannon 1ate oti
er relics of by-goine days in tihe sha1p1
of cobbloestoes which for Imiore 01hani
a (entui'y had served the city of Alex
andilria as paving inl sone of its prin
cipal streels and which shows the
rits worn by tle artillry and triai
port of the Northein Armie during
the Civil war. The stones are said
by tradition to have been laid oin Alex
andia's stireets by iessian sold!ers
captured in the War of the Revot
tiot by tlie Continental troops.
A lroize tablet oi ole side of the
base of ithe monument bears this itn.
"This monument marks the trail
taken by the army of General
Uraddock, which left in April,
1755, to defend the west ern fron
tier against the Firench and in
dians. Er'ected by the Society of
the Colonial Damies of Virginia,
MJay 26, 1915."
On the opposite side of the boulder
embedded base this inscription ap
peas oit inother tablet of bronze:
"The cannon used here was
abandoned 1)3' General TIraIoci
ati 0ld Alexandr'Ia, April, 1735.
bTe cobblestones comnposing the
mnoti at wei'e taken fromt the
streets of A lexanidrlia, where they
w'ere Itlaced in 1 785 by act of the
Vii'ginia I louse of Burgesses."
Glenei'al hI'raddh~ek's e xpedition
plans of which lie r'elated to IBenjla
mnint Franklin in a ('onferenlce at Fred
ericktown, was to niar'ch to Fort Dut
'After taking Fort lDuqutesne.'' the
geineral is qutoted as sainig, "Il aim to
prioceedI to Niagara; and1, having tak
en thait, to Frontenac if the season
ill a llowv time, and I suppose it will
for inuituesne cani htardly detain mte
above' three or four days; anid then
I (ann see nothlinig to oblstru'ict myi3
mtarichi to Niagara."
Ini the liattle at iFort Dluuesne
.luly3 9, 1 753, GeneralttI i iiraddo'k was
mtlnally'WO woude'd. C'ol. Gecorge Walh
ingtont was the onily' iimilei'e of his
staff to escajpe uinhurin. T'he( 1ritlih
and (oloial~is locst 977 otfice rs and mnen
hih iio wotunded'( outi of 1,159 mn
gaged, wh!!e the French loss wais tit
Ifling. andl oniily I le genitis of \\shting
ton saved the stirv ivor's fr'oit iast
n(a'il l'Itdoek! died .July 13, 1795
ail Grea I .\laows, aboult ( mtiices
from hFti tu t3ne, to whliich plae
the remnIliant s of his armtiy retrieaited.
lie wats luitled itt a point nlow seveun
mtilesu eas;t of Uniiontowni, l'ai.
1FitIrancle exain tionc at all thle
('ounty3 seac I n ci idayii~3, .111ly 2, at 9t
Foil fotuir yeari courses lead to the
II. A. a nd TI. S. degrees. A t wo-y'ear
pre-medical course is given.
A free tuitIon scholarship is assign
'ed to Ceh county of the Slate.
Spaclotis bulild igs and athIlet Ie
grounjds, well equipped labor'atories,
ulnexceilel library facilItIes.
'Expenses moderate. For terms and1(
45 4t President.
See the Hoosier Calbinet at our store
S. M A E, H m . W~kaA c
"TOO DAMN MANY NOTES."
" tlie Lost, Track of 'Emi", Says ('n
iiol, llack' from wall.
San Francisco, lay 25.-We've been
sending too damn many notes to (er
many, so many that I've lost track of
'em. I've also quit reading the war
news. The dreamy, easy life in Ha
waili interested ie a lot more than
This was the statement of Uncle
Joe Cannon, former Speaker of the
Ilouse of Representatives, on his re
(Iur-i from the Congressional junket
to Ilonolulu today aboard the A1atson
Cannon, between bites on a cigar,
said he had such a good time in the
IsAinds (hat he didn't read the Pres
ident's I isitan ia note.
SOD11) IiQ'OR TO ('IllLIlIli-N.
No I Is ChIarped bv Editor of an A
lhinta t'alper [it Endit otrlil Favorlti
.\tlantla, .\ay M. "\a ig Chi]
dreii of Atlanta )riik" is the caption
of a leadinlg editorial ill (te clurrent
issue of the -"oorgia Contlmonlwealt h".
inl which E-'ditor G;. WV. Iichelber-ger
apupeals to ithe :111roaching legislature
if) d) aay W'1h ililluor in Georgia.
Tle Colimotiwealth I (Iuote s from
.\laita papers to SIbstatiae the fact
that someblody has receitly beeln sell
iig liqInor to tle boys of tle lEng
lish Aventi publlic school.
Ihien it says: "We refer the re
splionsibility foi this conidition to the
lco near beer saloons and lie many
'ilnd tiget' locker cli ubs inl Atlanta.
"We t hl0' ile responsibility to the
city couicil which takes the licnse
ioney and says, 'Go ahieadI and sell.'
It tmay make childrieti drtink), but go
altevad and sell.
.\ iefer' the responibility to the
sevenl prceding legislatires that havo
given the people no reliel when they
Couild have done so.
"We refer it to the speaker of ile
I. sI house of representatves who ap
pOinted a t01emperanCe comitteile and
r.1es Commlittee of ant i-prohlibitlonl
"And ve call all these facts to the
at Itition of the legislators who are
to elect the next speaker. There %
tind the mainspring. Let the legisla
I'lle elect the wrong man for speaker
of the house or president of tihe se
ae a111 lite qiestion wIll again be
asked in ]Iil, 'Where did these chIl
dretn get this li1uorT "
The woman who would like a pail
of handsome W w Iite slippers for her
self or clildre aen Cn get thei at one
half price at
Clardy & Wilson.
Got Ills (41ood Start litre.
Mr. .1. l)oliglas Featherstone. soi of
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Feat herstone, won
Ils 1ifth1 medal in debate in Columbia
recently. \tr. Featherstone Is a item
Let of the junior law class and is
recognI.efd as otne of the.best debaters
in t 'niver'sity.-Gr'eenwood )Index.
New Oil ('ompiny.
The GulfC Refinitng Cotmpany have
opened a warehouse here. M\essrs Sam
Faulkner and W. Ii. Leamnan will have
charge of the local bran(ch coveting
GrteenwoodI county. They hiave an au
to tr'uck and a pair' of miuics fotr deliv'
eiry to arrive ini a few days. The ware
house wvillI be located ott M\ax well
aivenuie.- Grteenwoodi Index.
There's . feast of new mnodels In
wotmen andi childi'en's white sI lipers
at one half pr tice at
('lardy' & Wilson.
('aurd (if Thainks.
We, the memubers of the A. RI. P'.
('lhtr'ch of l1,aurens, desIre to exprei'ss
0our very sitncetre appruteciat ion to each
andif ev'eiy one wh'lo has ini any way as
sistedC us in thle estabhiisin g and( 11 biild
in'g of our1 little cliuirch, which we r'e
joice to say is entirely' tree of debt1.
We feel utnder' deep1 oligati otn also to
t hose. whIo have a ssisted uts in our1
litfe i5(.\May te 14)ord diligently13 re
warid each oif 1 'te is thle w ishi of thle
Queen or Dairy Maid
Ambiion the Sanme
Jn the expectant mothiera rninti Ihero
is no limit to what the future has In store,
and yet duing the pe
riod of qgxpectane',,
lho physleaLco:uifort of
the tiut her.! Otne of tha
best aild ii a remerly/
Frtiend." Appliedl over
Sthe mselch ,. It pene.
traute~\ o la net work
of iterij relliee th
liltt ns di dnt to
strcechin of cords anol
-comtfort, restfiti nighta,
a calm mlindh and pleaanr~t uantielpntion. VouI
use It with your own hlti, apply It na need
ed, andi at onco feel a sense of r'elief,
ibiother,, who have Iearnedt all this~ from
experience tell of the blessed relief from
morning aickness, the absence of strain and
the undoubted healthful influence Imparted to
the. coming baby.
Get a bottle of this splendid help tedy
Phone your nearest druggIst or send for at
Then write Bradeeld Regulator Co., 404 La
mar Bldg., Atlanta, (la., for a valuable boolg
of Instruction for expyectant mothers.
"Mother's Priend" isrecommended every.
where~ womnen who have tised it. And you
can ome ery nteratte an If vo
Second Hand Cars
At a Bargain
We have on hand at
the present time 4 second
hand Fords and 1. second
hand Maxwell to be sold
at once. If you really
want a bargain TO-DAY
> is the day to see us.
Laurens Motor ar Co.
Laurens, S. C.
HID HIS MONEY
OVER, THE CLOCK
After an intelligent old gentleman at the age of
seventy-six dropped dead in his room, his son found
over Two Thousand Dollars in Paper Money over the
old clock which stood on the wooden mantle, surround
ing an open crackling fire. Not even His Own Wife
knew that much money was there. The old gentle
man was simply careless. His son had married the
town bankers daughter, and the bank was trusted.
Both the old gentleman's MONEY and LIFE were
in danger; for burglars have a way of learning where
money is hidden, and fire at 'anyyti'me might have
burned the house.
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.
Enterprise National Bank of Laurens
N. B. DIAL, Pres. C. H. ROPER, Cashier
Before this announcement is flung
from the press we will have opened
another shipment of Hosiery where the
manufacturers have studied light texture
and durability to form the combination.
Black Tub Silk.
This is a fabric to meet all aeasonable
demands, whether submerged in the wash
tub or exposed to the elements, the color
A nice line of Ladies' Fancy White
Waists just opened, or if you prefer mak
img it up yourself see the new lawns and4
laces just opened, at4