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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 ev'ry 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 women in
The Woman's Medicine
it is just the thing to overcome
the diseases which cause this suf
fering. It is composed of pAre
vegetable ingredients whic are
known to act beneficiali on the
female body. P inful regulari.
ties, Ovarian infl im on, Head
aches, Palpitatio the Heart,
all disappear befo the power and
efficacy of this rarvelous medi
cine. It brings back the strength,
vigor and cheerfulness of earlier
years and makes life worth living.
Sold by Druggists and Dealers
Price $1.00 Per Bottle
C.F.Simmons Medicine Co.
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
Dr. T. L. Timmermai
People's Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
B. R. TODD
Engineering and Contracting
Land Surveys a Specialty
.anorete Work Skillfully done or in
brawings and estimates of all Kint
Telephone No. 346
J. W. Ferguson C. C. Featherston(
W. I. Knight
PERGUSON, FEATHBiWRTONE & KNlNI:I
Attorneoys at Law
Laurens, S. C,
Prompt and careful attention giver
to all business.
Office over Palmetto Bank
Made by a Cake Specialisi
in a spotless clean bakeshop
Wrapped irn sterilized waxei
paper to keep the imp rities
out and the f shn ss and
Pure, Rich an Flavory
Always Strictly Fresh
Six Varieties, 10 Cents Each
SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
.J. C. Shell & Co.
UI am now represen1
Urance Co. of New Y(
Insure your crop aga
You Insure You
H FIRE Why n
J. T. GA
Charges Austrin ivith Breaking Tr.
pi'de Alihccie aid Precipitating Con.
Washigton, lay 2~.- Italy has ad
dressed to the neutral goverI'nncients of
tho world it leigtly comuiinuiiention
explal incing her reasons for declaring
war onl Austria. Cotit Di Cellvve, the
I tali:11n ambassador, presented th I
dotllcciment to Secretary llryan today
In the forml of it note to the lnit ei
States government. tI
It review" iegot lations bet weenI
Italy and Austria, revealinlg that they
b(gaiI humci edlately upjon the dispateh
of Austria's uilt imattumac to Servia. Italy
claimed then that the action of Auis
tria disturbed the equllibrium of the
Ualkaiis aid the peace of IEurope in
a way that vitally affected Italian in
terests. As an ally of Austria, Italy
asserts the right to have been consult
ed before the sending of the ultima
tumn, the iirtst iews of which was re
cetved through the newspapers.
Fclinilig to obtain through diplomacy
the sat isfact ion of her territorial acid
inatioial aspirations, Italy ainounces,
in the note that a declaratioi of war
was the only means of safeguardiig
her positionI In EIrope.
Albany, N. Y., ay 25-).- Charles
Ilecker, the former New York police
lieutenant, muist die in tile electric
chair at Sing Sing within the next six
weeks for the murder of Ilerman Rlos
enthal, the New York gambler, by four
gunmen .uly 16, 1912, uiless Governor
W\hitmaII, or the United States So
preie Court Intervenes. The court
of appeals of New York today affirm
ed Becker's conviction by a Supreme
Court jury at his second trial several
Executive clemency for Becker is
regarded as remote. As district attor
ney of New York county the present
governor prosecuted the former police
lieutenant both times.
Speculation is rife as to whether
Decker, facing death. will not seek to
save his life by making revelations
in connection with the so-called "po
lice system" in New York to tle gov
erior, legardless of his connection
with the Rosefithal case, Becker is be
lieved to Iossess information that
would e iivalIable to State and Ncw
York city olicials. The statementi has
been made frequently that the trial of
Becker and the four gunmen who shot
Rosenthal only scratched the surface
of the true conditions in 'New York po
Let the Iloosier save you miles of
steps. -Call at outr store next week
aInd se how it. is done.
S. M. & E. Ii. WILKES & CO.
IRE('IlVElt IS NAMEI).
For ('arohlcn a1l I csiux'urance ('ompaniy
(if Miarlon. I'l'al Attorniey it'ie (re.
seits the ('Creditors.
Albert C. 'Todd, E1sc., of the local
bar, was iil Edgehelh'ld a part of last
week represenctinlg policyliolders of
lice dlfuc t ('arollia llat I Inusuriann
C'ohmim~ny, wiihl has recently tiled a
Petit icun inl banutkruticy. It is undercc
stood t hat somIe of thlese' colleyhlol
('rs arce resicdents of this counity am]
t hatI they sicfferedcc los set inc the severt
lhail stormis of' last. year for' which
t hey hav tnIot yet r'e('cveredl on 11hc
Iclties. Thc f~ olloIn t g, Itacken frcoic
llio Iclgelieldi(i Chonicle, gives somnt
<h tails or thce legal action ta:111
-1lcge .I. WV. I )eVor'e has appuio int ec
W. S. ( oghurn il r'ece ti' forc thle Cari o
li Ia II a i Incsicran cce (0cmpcany, of .\ac
rion. in thce a1tin brcoucght lihe loll
yholIdercs wer reprc 'esentedc by .I. W.
hJe\ ore and1( .DIal & Todd of I .aur cencs.
On the clay fi xedl for thIe r'eturnc the
0icpny 11( fie a petition of v'olunctar'y
bnkruptcyl 1)0, hot .11udcge I)eVor'e rudled
t hat. an insur'ance com11pany could( not
a vail I tselfI of thIe hbankruccptcy' act. It
is alleged theitt thce 0om1painy owes its
prI i0eyholdlercs abcout $1 6,0001. Of thIs
amiounlt $14500 il de to po1 liolcders
in IEdgetheldl andh Alken counottes.
Madam: It's youri (duty3 to keep yocur
feet cool-our' canvas slippers' will do
it. h~aif price while thcey last.
Ciardy & Wilson.
ting The Home Insu
irk, and am ready to
inst damage by Hail
e House Against
t Insure Your
(ETs MONEY CHEAP.
South Carolina Ahle to Borrow Montey
at Very Low Btate of Interest.
Colunbia, May 25.-South Carolina
will this year secure a loan of $600,
001) at the rate of 2.11 per. Cent per
amannmii for the current expenses of
the goverinientt until the taxes are
Collected next, fall. This is the low
e(st rate of iiterest ever se(ttredl by
the stale ot a loani and was made pos
Sible yester-dav by the sale of the
coltract for the loan, hld by the Na
Iltoila llanik of SutImiter, to th. Pal
rm'!tto National bank or Columbia.
'11 L 'umtvr b(i i::lk setit a check for
$1 11to the slate treasuitrer, which It
had received from the Columbia bank.
''he slate'" filnance board, Composed
of Gov. Maiing, the state treasurcr
aid tle Comp[troller general, Ileeting
i ('oluizitia several dlays ago, aa--d
ed the contiraet for the loan to the
N:tional Hank of Sumter at a rate of
iiiterest of 2.69 per cent. There were
-ever'al other bids, file Suinter bank
)einig the lowest.
The deal was negotiated yesterday
heevIn lernard lManing, son of
(overnior .\laIning and Cashier of tle
Nat ional IBank of Sima ter, and .1. i') e
Mat!f!hews (ashier' of tle Palimetto Na
i1ona bank. The first bid of the Pal
mitto National was 2.89.
Mr. M.\atning, aslhier of the Sumlt)
irI ii nk, sent tlie following letter to
the state treasurer:
"With reference to tlie contract I'e
(cotliy awarded this 'Insti tu tions as
he lowest. bidder, to loan the state
of South Carolina $600,000 at the rate
of 2.69 per cent interest, we beg to
advise that we have since been able
to dispose of the state's notes more
advantageously than expected.
"As our bid of 2.69 per ceitt. was
the same rate at which we ourselves
expecled to procure this money, ve
feel It only riglit to give the state the
benefit of this latter transaction. As
we have iow gotten this money at
2.I I per cent., we take pleasure in ii
closing herewith our check for $1,000
payable to your order, which repre
sents tlie difference in iates as above."
0. 1). Riddle to ''harlotte.
Friedils of Mr. 0. 1). Riddle, for sev
eral years a resideit of Greenville
but originally froi this couity, will
be interesited to learni that lie has re
elilly accepted a position wiltl Ith
Charlftte. N. C., News and that Ie
has removed from ( reetiville to Ihat
city. Several years ago Nlr. Riddle
married Miss Machen, of Irinecton.
Slteaking or his a'eeptance or the tew\
position, Ihe G teenville News had Iis
to say of him:
"le will work itn the advetlising"
department. Mir. Riddle is weli
emitipped for the work which lie will
undertake on the Charlotte paper. lie
is a young man of ability aid sterling
character and carries with him to his
new home the good wishes of a num1tit
ber of loyal friind~s."
FAlal~lNUI H1AIR Ol
Now tluit l'a'isian Sage--an ine
biensive pr'eparat ion that. sutpplies ev
('ry!, hitir and1 scalp need----an te h:ud
Ititm ihe Lanuriens l)rntg ('o., it. is cerl
tain ly medless to hiave thint, lbrltle,
ter howu itislght ly y urt hail', how badl
Iy it is fatlling~ or' )ow much dandultff',
l'ar'isiarn Sage I ' l thatt is neededi'4. l'y
('ry Itrace' of d dru'tff is remto~e 41withI
one4 appl~hlint ion, the halr r'oots1 aret
nm11trishted an timu51latited to grow new'~
l'aidall Sage is cer'tainly one of' the
titlst intvigor'atng tonle(', atot w'ill
amit ra:diiant wifth life and beaty.
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* lANl"OiRD NI-;'S.
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Laniford, May 2*I.-Capt. JT. W. Lan
for'd founid a mtttd tur' I tlelner' his door
stel) Sitnd~ay tiot'ning, lie tinks it
must be a Methodbist tirtlec as it was
so far' fr'om water'.
Mr is. hM. II. Moore set a hen1 oni
eighteen eggs. Sixteen of thema hatched
and every one of them w~ais totallyy
iFarmners are trying to miaster' Gen
We are having lplenity of i'ain now.
Master Yates Waldi'ep, Lewie lAin
ford andI James Fleing spent Siun
day in Gray 'Court,
Mr'. James Patterson spent Moniday
night and Tuesday in Woodruiff.
MIsses Robin Patter'son and Car
rie Lou I liggins: are In Woodr'uff for'
Mi's. J. R. Fowlet' spent the week
end withi Mi's. Willie Yearglin.
Miss Othella .Johtnson, Mi'. J1. I. amid
Tonm H armnon, Mr'. Coliumbits Hitrdett
and Lewile Lanford aittendled the play'
at WVoodr'uff Mondlay night.
pa 1). J1. W. L aniiford has bought a
Trho body of JIohnt M. Cann Ion was
br'ouight fr'om ILaurencts and( bur ied
Several attenided thie play at. (ray
Court "rTuesd1ay night.
Miss Fannio HIarmoni Is the guest
of Miss Nora Cannon, this wveek.
Mr. and Mrs. 13. F. Blomar' spent
I ONE-HALF PRICE ONE-HALF PRICE
CASH II CASH*
Great White; Sale
Here is some Shoe news that will in
terest every foot in Laurens. We are
overstocked in Ladies' and Children's
White Slippers and are going to make a
clean sweep of the situation and sell any
pair and every pair of Ladies' and Chil=
dren's White Slippers at just One-half
Price, for next 10 days.
All fresh stock, good styles and we
have your size.
Sale is now on---first comes gets pick of the stock
CLARDY & WILSON
White Shoe Fitters
$3.50 Half Price $1.75 Of course one- $1.50 Half Price 75c
$3.00 Half Price $1.50 half $1.00 Half Price 50c
$2.50 Half Price $1.25 price means .75 Half Price 38c
$2.00 Half Price $1.00 .50 Half Price 25c
UCASH..0Hl rc 5
elm me11"ile 0 1H
Top Dresser Year
If you have fertilized your crops lightly at planting time, or used fertilizer
lacking in potash, it is not too late to remedy this, provided you Top or
Side dress wvith a fertilizer contai'ning sufficient proportions of all three
necessary elements of plant food-Phosphoric Acid, Ammonia and Potash.
Do not make the mistake of using a material that contains Nitrogen
(Ammonia) only, such as Nitrate of Soda. To get the increase in fruitage,
as well as stalk and foliage, use ROYSTER'S TOP DRESSERS, which
not only provide ammonia in quickly available form, but also phosphoric
acid and POTIASH.
TRAD E, MARKR
Will stimulate the growth of your crop, increase the yield, overcome
unfavorable seasonal conditions, and check the tendency in cotton to
blight and shed.
BRA ND S
Available Ammonia Potash
PRESTO TOP DRESSER, - - - 4. 10. 4.
ROYSTER'S SPECIAL TOP DRESSER, 4. 7.50 2.50
MAGIC TOP DRESSER - - - .. 9. 3.
Royster top dressers, like all R oyster Fertilizers, are backed by experience:
compounded on scientific principles: plant-food for the plant at just the
proper time and in right proportions: mechanical condition perfect.
Look for the trade-mark on every bag.
Send postal for book on Top Dressing andl( name of nearest Royster Decaler.
F. S. ROYSTER GUANO COMPANY,
Spartanburg.C Atlat n a MacIron, . Colum un , .