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In Woman's Mind
mother. revolves. in
her mind alt we un
derstand by destiny.
And it is of the utmost
Importance that her
physical comfort be
our first thought. There
Is a most splendid rem
edy for this purpose,
known as "Mother's
Friend." It is applied
over the muscles of the
stomach, gently rubbed
in, and at once penetrates to relieve all
strainon nerves, cords, ligaments and all
parts Involvcd. It makes the muscles so
pliant that they expand natilrnliy. And at
the same (imo they are invigorated by the
absence of harassing pains so apt to distress
the mind. Whatever will add to the c9mfort
of the expectant mother i a great and help.
fil influene since a calm.and peaceful period
inust have a wonderfully beneficial Impress
upon the coming child. Get a bottle of
"Moiher's Friend" of any druggist and you
will realize why so many women declare it
to be the moot helpful remedy they know of.
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Attorneys at Law.
P'romptt Attention Given All liusiness
WR1 Practice In alt State Courts
Notice to Creditors.
All persons holding claims against
the estato lof Col. John WV. Ferguson,
deceased, are hereby notified and re
quired to present them, duly proven,
on or before the 23rd day of June 1915,
to the undersigned, at Laurens, S. C.
W. D. Ferguson,
John W. Ferguson,
Juno 2, 1915. Executors,
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AGAIN GO FREE
Grand Jury Peturns "No Bills'
Againtst' Violators of Lijuor Laws.
Charleston, June 17.-Of greater in
terest to the crowded court room in
the court of general sessions today
than the trial of J. W Messervey,. of
Ileggets, charged with murder, was
the action of the grand jury in re
turning 17 no-bills in the cases of
.persons charged with keeping blind
tigers in the city and county. More
than 30 indictments of alleged pro
prietors of blind tigers were handed
the grand jury by the solicitor this
morning. About noon the jury re
turned ive or six no-bills in the Ii
quor cases and when asked about the
other bills by the court, the foreman
announced inability of the jury to
The judge spoke to them of their
dut) in l'nding either a treu bill or a
no-bill and asked if there was any
thing further they cared' to state or
be informed on. Foreman S. S. Book
er told Judge Moore: "It does not
seem to be a question of law or evi
dence, but prejudice against the dis
lena ry ltaw." The court ordered
them to retire and take some action
in :'egard to the bills still in their
The jury returned to the court
room at 3 o'clock, as court was about
to adjourn for the day, and handed
in 17 no-bills and one trle bill. The
forempanl stated that there were yet
about I5 inl(ictients of the same
kin(d to be passedl upon. The true
bill returned was that against Lovey
.1Jenin(1s, negro. Solicitor Il'euirifoy
immediately stated that he wisied
this case iol prossed as it seemed that
tie only 111(ictment oi withlit the
gralld jury was able to agree as a
tIrule hill was against the otily negro
indicted. 1r. Hooker said he was
sure the grantd Jury would recomll
iIIid tIha the case be nolprosse(d.
Judge loore said neither lie nor
aliNy one else had any right to inqpuire
iito the wi yand wherefore of the
.rranld jury's decisions, )u1t lie con
sidered it unfortunate that tie ohi
e(ers of the conty shotild mreseit so
mlanly ind(ictmlenits inl wihel there'( was
not sillicien t evidence to warratit. a
trial by petit. jiiry. Ilihe ciaracterized
ile action o fite jtury as the ('(tliva
lent of' a statemtent that no liti Iger
exist(I ill 'larlestion itn violation of
tie law. InI ciargiig (lie grand jury
as to its ditty this mirning wlten it
111ad failed to agree on atny except a
!few ilndilltmtits. .1itdge .\loore told
Ith moetibel's to trenttibtr that hatt
leston was a pirt of Souti Carolina
a nl tit they lmust abide by tile laws
of the State, 01lerwise ltheir n't to
wotl(I codl(onie alarcly. When court
opened the .lesservey case was
brotiglit up for trial. Tie trial was
.\Iesservey is heiig t riad oi (le
charge of killing .1. D. Altman, at
Ravenels, in 11109, ini what was then
a part of Colleton coity.
Chia'iieston, .1 tne 190.-Fifteen no
bilts were r'etuirned todaty by thle gr'and1
jur iy against persotns oliarged withi
violatinug (lie dispensary alw. After
these no-bills had been returned,
.Ildge M\oore addl(ressed a few st raighit
f'orw~ard r'ematrks to the julry withi tef
ore nce to its (lity3 and~ in regard~ to
(cond itionis existIng ini Chl ieston1.
.luch initeres'et was mife iilsteId in
the act ion of' the grandl july on thei
ind~lletmnetnIs a(galist allelgedl opet'orI)Is
of blin ti (1.ge rs. A tot at of "2 no-zills
at d oneo te billIuni haebeen returt ned
whler'e indilletits c(ha rged violation
of t hoeIt diensa ty law. Sol icit or I'n
ti loy' asked that the0 one tiue ilIl be
Malaria or Chills & Fevei
Preecription No.668 is prepared'especially
for .MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Flve or six doses will break any case, end
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
return. It acts on the liver better than
Calome! end doe not gripe or sicken. 25c
TO'( FURINISIIwi' iTl hTN'ii ES.
Southern Itallway Comipany) ltIaugu
rates 31yceent to Aidi Travller.
The following circutlar has heeni
senit to all supeirintendlents, plasseni
ger agents of the Southern Railway
and to others In theIr employ. it Is
patrt of a movemoent begiui by that
raIlroad's passenger dlepartnment to
add to the comfort ot the travoel's
on its road:
"In order to afford bettor facilities
tot' meals to travelers using tr'aitis on
which there are no dining cars, we
are furnishing tree to inn-keepers,
hotel iproprietors, and restaurant
managers at points where trains stop
at meal lieurts, nice lunch boxes.
These boxes to be used in serving
hitnches on the trains.
"Superintendents, passenger agents
and other representatives of the conm
pany wilIl please co-opeorate with thte
parties who will utndertake to serve
the meals, so that thme lunches served
will 1)e made as satisfactory as possi
ble to the traveling public.
Trnavelers nr' willingo- pany a re-a.
soiiable charge for clean, freshly
cooked, lalatable food.
"Representatives of the transpor
tation department and of the passen
ger department, In dealing with the
PeoPle who undertake to serve these
lunches on trains, should impress up
on them the importance of serving
lunches of a variety best adapted to
the locality In which they live. Good
bread and butter, but tered biscunit,
fried chicken, hard boiled eggs, sand
wiches, a good pie, an apple or a
peach In season, and other simple
edibles are suggested.
"Food freshily cooked and neatly
prepared on lie day furnished, Is im
"Conductors wIll notify passengers
of the opportunity to secure these
box lunches and will send telegraphic
reports In advance of the number of
lunches required. Conductors will
also please report to the superintend
ents if unsatisfactory lunches are
"The amount to be charged for the
lunches is at the discretion of the inn
keeper, restaurant manager or hotel
Women who are worn out with the
double burden of household work and
a body that is suffering from the mis
cry of disorders In the female genera
tive system, are strongly urged to try
the beneficial effect of DR. Simmon's
SQUAW VlNJ, WINEW. It is just the
remedy they need to correct the Inter
nal disorder and put strength in the
body to perform the duties of the
household. It lightens the work by
fitting fihe strength to the task. After
a short. course with this excellent re
storative, work becomes a pleasure
because health and sound physical
conditIons liue taken the place of
sickness anaid desponldeicy. Price $1.00
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
1'il"TTA KElt FOUND Gi'llTV'.
(epts Two Yearsi, .\ppetss-(iri Againh
lefises to Wed lim.
Lexilngtoni, .litne IS..--"Gily"' was
Ilho verdllt of the Jiury in the case of
tle State agailst Godfrey E. Whittak
vr, a young ini of the Swan sea see
tion of this county, who was charged
with wrongilng the 17-year-old daugh
ter of a- well-known x Ixngtont cotiny
farmtier. It took the .ilry less than teln
miii1ntes to reach a verdiet. .lti dge
ptiV Proipt ly overlei'Id a motIon lifor
a iew trial aid iuiImposed a sentence
of two yea rs on tile defendant. The
cae wcas ac'twpaled, the young man giv
iag hon( in the sitm of $1,00.
'is was oni, of the iiost. interest
inig caseIs ever. Iried inl the cotinir - --hv
Caua Of I le promll iille ' the partit s
colti e('ted, and1l lecauise of the unuattsi
aess of tile circulustanets and the
po'itlion takein by the deci. lrour
proffers of marriage were made by
the dltelnait (1urig tihe) progress of'
tiha' trial, onae at the (onlue1(siont of Ile
State's case yesterday; onel before the
case was given to tle Jury; onle at the
conci usioi of tie steechi of e(ifeii
ant's counsel, an d the fourth imilaome
dilately after tle verdlet was rolndered.
l'ach time the youtng wonani "tatned
down" the proposit lont, utpon the
grotauid, site sid,(l that the (eii(lant
was niot sinceer' ini hIs Intentions; that
hec did niot oflea' to mary her' tunt i af
tc'r the war'aan t for' his arr'aest had
Sin plltin in g seniIten'e, .1 ttdge
(;ar y deartedc fron htis asi alI cutst Olti
andc took occasion to) lectur tat'ha' de'
1('ndan lt. .ludige (Garty said ian art
"Godacfrey' l'. Whit taker, a juiry of ' .ota'
<cunty' hats foundc y'oit guilty of riiang
a yotting gi ttider' a laromise of tua'
ariage. I '1der1 the testtimoay iln this
Sase I hcar'tily c'oanair in their tiaid
itags. 1 dci ont wishl to add anuytihing
tannecessaraly3 to your ' i'oouble t, to
har'rowV, your I feeal ings, baut I wi sh to
say this: 'That ther'e is nothing mtore
deslaicabale thiani tor' a $trionig lan iioc
enatic.: a young, girl f'roam the puath aat
v'irtue atnd thena dieseat her' In lieu' houra
of tr'ottble. It is arue that atllr t'
law reachecd outt its hand for' you, yoaui
hiave offer'ed to miarray hea', andit you
hatve cotinuated to offer to nmat'ry her;a
aund at thea saiie tme youa clisclaimi thea
paren('ltage of the child. In other'
wordcs, youri co(nduct is such as to care
ate a w~ellI founaded stuspiclon oat hter'
parat thlat youa ara' not sincerae In youtr
otffers; anid such an offer as thait to
maarry thtis woman, and, at the same
lime cdisclalming the chIld, ( does not
create much respect for youri plea with
the cour tt. I hiote by the tim yn~ou
ser've the sentence whIch the law lim
poses y'ou wili have reflected on youar
condtuct anid that you will conic bacek
and amake a man of yourself. I do not
waait to Impose such a lengthy seni
tence on you as wvill ba'eak you dlowni
so yotu will have no chianece In life; andi
for' that. erason I will make It lighter'
thani I othieri'lse would make In order'
thait you may have time to come out
and redeem yourasehf."
Atn Effetive C'ough Treatmuent
One-fourth to one toaspoonful of
Dr. Kinig's New tDiscover'y, taken as
needed, wi'll soothe and check Couaghis,
Colds and the more dangerous Biron
chual and Lung Ailments. You can't
afford to take the rIsk of serious Ill
ness, w~huen so cheap and sImple a rem
ecdy as Drt. KIng's New DIscovery Is
obttainab!e. Go to your driuigglst to
day, get a bottle of Dr'. KIng's New
Dlscovery3, start the tieatment at
once. You will be gratified for the re
lief nd curen obtained.
$3.50 Half Price $1.75
$3.00 Half Price $1.50
$2.50 Half Price $1.25
$2.00 Half Price $1.00
For one more week
we are going
to give you1
I WHITE SLIPPERSI
CLARDY & WILSON
$1.50 Half Price 75c _ _
$1.00 Half Price 50c White Shoe Fitters
.75 Half Price 38c 2 !/2 V 2
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