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Action in the Tissues ol
S. S. S. is a Regular 'Wizard
Rheumna ! ~in t: !hr -Tee of sonme
Othr1o.11" afflictioit that I'a.; lef! Its imn
press In the jioits. museles and intinou1s
coverings of te body. It works into the
tissue ceit.s. those tiny, little bodies in
whielh utritio*n goes 4.n. A1141 it is here
that a most remit idablo mnelicine kiown
ns S. S. S. does its 1nost actIve and Most
11s action is miarvelous. Bed-tridden
rheumatics get on their feet as if by
magic. That cold, clammy sensation that
inado you hug a red hot stove is gone in
a twinkling. That excruclating pain that
made a feather lay as heavy as a ton of
coal on the skin is gone. You get up and
dance with glee.
Your rhoumatism is gone,-absolutely!
It is an actual logical fact, that Swift's
Sure Specific flushes your blood, gives
your entire blood circulation a fine
thorough bath. It just naturally and In a
twinkling irrigates every tom iln your
a Remarkable Antidote
in Driving Out Itheumatism.
ln1dy. It rushes into every cell, causes
every bone. imiusle, ligatnent, tendon.
inu 1ous. surface and every nerve to thrill
with freedotin, with health, with new
And best of all, S. S. S. though a poW
erful searching, overwhelming encmy to
pain and the causes of rheumatism is as
pire as the dew on a peach blossom, as
powerful as the heroic works of nature,
fis searching as the peremptory demand of
the most exact science.
Ask for and insist upon getting S. S. S.
the world's cure for rheumatism.
For private, personal advice on stub.
born chronic rheumnatism write at once
to the Swift Speciflic Co., 203 Swift Build.
Ing, Atlanta, Ga. Their medical depart.
ment is famous on all blood diseases, and
is equipped to make personal blood tests,
approved by the highest medical authori
ties. Get a bottle of S. S. S. today. Then
away goes rhounatism for all tima.
BRAVE HOOD RESTS
'NEATH NATIVE SOD
Sillendid Tribute Paid Memory of
Sliln Sheriff at Puneral In Wiins
Winnsboro, June 16.-All that is
mortal of Adam DuBard Hood lies
sleeping in the cemetery of the Meth
odist church, the grave hidden be
neath a m1oun1id of flowers, which lov
ing hands placed as a last tribute to
fihe man whi]o gave his life inI the dis
charge of dlty.
All Fairliel(Id county turned out to
do lionor to the brave sheriff, who, on
M onday, w'as shot down at the (10r
of tle Court Ilouse by mIen who took
the lIw into their own hands. All
poi'es or business werc closed durhing
fihe futeral. Winnsboro and Fairfield
otlily m1ourn tihe loss of a brave man
and d(eeply deplore the tragedy which
cost himii Ills life. Evidelces of sor
row were widespread, for . Sheriff
Hood was everybody's friend, and
eaceh felt a personal loss.
The funeral services took place iII
the Presbyterian Church, where Sher
iff l(ood in 'his life tine served as a
dcacon and lived a devoted Christian
life. The Rev. Oliver Johnson, pas
tor of tile Assovlated Reformed Pres
byterian Church, and the Rev. J. 13.
'Traywick, pastor of the Methodist
chitirch, conducted the funeral, after
wh ich le .\Iasons took charge of the
Iiong ibefore 2 o'clock, the hour of
ithe funmieral. the htrellh was lilled.
and hiIdreds stood outsiitside unable
to gain adiittince. Many were pres
en t from ,t surrout ding cni Is.
at'oig lieai being (overntor Mai
nin1g, '~e tn n Governlor. lethe-a
atal hi ff'T .\e('ain, of Riebland
Tihe boudY o)f Simritf lood ' was
bI-ru0t fon his laIte hiom, escorted
hv til- .\l. sonis and I!.(. ('ol ty li'ials
of Faili1hl4 counity. The rwd onl
th oultsidet lof the chiltrelh stood un
covered atin made a lane for the fin
(ril party to piss.
T*liiiihurc 1hir softly sang the
f.1vorite hynlin ()f the( dIad (heif
while the body wa:; brouigh t up tim
Iisjle mid place-d inl frontf of Owu pul1
lit. the conltgrgaI oil standing wit I
h1)owi'd hieids. At a siIl frotl IIe
lk.v. \lIr. Traywick the volgregatinll
w a etevd aInd he then 14841 sevvral
s-e tions frotai th14 liihle.
The Uev. (Ilive. .(Ohnsonl, in hi
:l','skedl thai. 11w' father. and11
111liii's ol Smith (a toilnta iight Ialie
w:uirin fron1 thle wfl tragedi anild
Irayed that Il- inoi le ife t.u I Ill
Ii I4 l Ii I Ii lI iii I I I I 4I11 II o114 '4O
ine evrywerefor a grealter. devo
Iin to diuty.
The.%% .\r. Traywick paid a nIllt
n~ter t tihuelo the admirable (1ual1
lilies of thw dece'ased. " 'llr'ave't are
till Ienderest ('scribed SherilT I Hood.
for hlt was a 1inatn of mu1lch ifersolil
lnuaeti'll!sm. blrave, tnild el lnd true,"
41a i tt I piavikeet i n rai te
.\it. Tra'y I i l said l - Is il Ilt
"'Fori .lityi onetive yustat il tive
hra he tie Gosp'ti'I el atul141ii. ha e seen
:nan men ditie; Ithave li'seen(i tbrav'
deaith obuiwt l~t I havne e illn ai braver
1Court .tuse .\ na ut fe h
toa th seritT54( htacid to hnli ato herwas
1.C i' ( t h 'eS t lir: I gtu1 sog toi
iln o knwil ita we diein the dih
('('uir'te o3 f myty todt ('liount' and
anli.Traywt' ik Mai he waits, hu tatd
tovresr-ne.\ane wait tir.sn ah
funeal. OuErelve overnoryha
rlotl hismetrnes u tigh army oin that
deart'o hriff Clc," hleaaid the
arpieaeni.\. T rywcokidislayedt
myhs eae friendltie,"andrthereSwer.
allway, Sewnart grea. orga-b
alThe rs.iswr tknt h
ceetr~yte of MthdiStat harch
decided.-Newsmond Cioraioler. J
Coru. One iey teiictory
i honesty ard vaInu acordcane wiar
rhoia lighsbt the nly wonera
cure t e heon of woa a een
arh onstRtmedy. of recommnd Colleg
the trueds oftat imestwittion, N.
Gllowa, cStldart, a.C.For a gif
whic dea l. fnnia '~ioiii~
1'.The aetae of the Coleghae
fo o nColumbiagv theen hoi
o+te this Provision. And did the
t'istees in their recommendations,
an-.1 the Presbyteries in their voting,
consider the fact that sums of money
have been given or promised to
"Chicora College," of Greenville,
South Carolina?" Are the unpaid
pledges now binding? Have the men
who gave to the college of the above
iddress a right to bring suit for the
recovery of their money?
Another 'matter of great import
ance ,to a full understanding of the
situation, Is the attitude of Green
ville toward the college. The limt
tressioni has gone out that this city
was hostile to Chicora College. The
institution had but about fifty day
st udlents, which, on the surface, look
ed as if this city was not loyal to
Vbicor'a. But the facts in the case
are that the administration of Clii
cora has alienated the institution
froim the people of Greenville. The
News believes that the college admiin
istration has been misunderstood,
many times, and that unjust accu
sations have been made. But the
fact remains that the Chicora ad
ministration is not popular in this
section. Where is the fault for this
condition, is it with the city or with
the administration? No doubt there
is no friction between the city and
other colleges located here. If
Greenville (lid not like colleges, the
ilI feeling would not have been con
centrated upon just one institution.
We repeat that m1any1) peope havo
been unfair to the personnel of the
('hicora aidm.inistration. The facts
Iin ilte cise have not beeni known.
g(icneraily speakinlg. 11,ad they been
kinown, conclusions Would have been
sinewhit differenct. But what riles
Giveiille is for tlce Stale at large
to tiink that the fatoilt for concditions
is all on our' side. Greenotville hzas
acted .inc as any other city \w ocld I
hcave' :ctel onder sitmilar cicumicc
slances. A mlisundier'stcancdiig p':r'eV
c:1. So far from110 beinc, closcc. ilce
brceach has been stcailly wicioning.
'ihe agitatiol inlcident to re 'inoval
hts irovokd(c cna ccy Ine, id hcas
discst'ed others. Tle mattr has
tict becin iancdled inl a liploImati
\ay. Tie pucblie does ncol know Ihe
tcts which it silc(I ino-.v. .\h uccct
p ubi'' lic kniows Is tiat ChIicora'
adniitrtinand Greenclville a re
not -wasti.: any love, onw tot thect
othecr. Ilc fi'irness to the coIlleg
cunnciit:'ati cc n d to thw Iclcrd of
rcle's tIh Newc's wcild he glai t
w a slah ctccmint sctting lr all the'
I..< I . Snclc h c int'cccnation ccs th
avr11e cmc now i;as, plac tihlv ad
icilistr'ationac t h1 trcstc's inc a
hact !l. lce fault is on their side,
.\nd :cc' no . its co'ci'er the mat
Ic' i 'c ac il r' li. l: Tle iros
bytcri'cis hc:ive vot'i Ico fake the inl
s!iiution hurcm Gr vllc. 1cm1t t he
c-t inlova.l is not yet eff'ledh'c. It is
probaible that hlie ligit will be takent
to the Syncod of tihis State, and, it
icecessarcy, froml the Synod to 11e
G'neral Assitnbly of thle 'resby
i"lot h11 inslit.Uion yet.-r eecnille
R U B-MY-TISM
Will cure Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia, Headaches, Cramps, Colic
Sprains, Bruises, Cut8, Burns, Old
Sores, Tetter, Ring-Worm, Ec
zema, etc. Antiseptic Anodyne,
used internally or externally. 25c
F'IFTEE~lN l'EitiSi IN STfIIIM.
Set ere l1 1st c uan'e Sneepc'ls 1 accc as
Kauisccs 'icy, I.ute IX.- *ifttceen lives
were'c lccst, a score of ccer'sons werecc icc
jccrccd andci cpropccrty cimcagc estiiccnatedc
ait a c<iccrccr ccofl a mcillionu diollars was
cdcne icy ac windc, hcail andc ciectrt'iai
stormuc wi cb eenttrech inc Kanicsas andl
.Okclcacocna last ncigih andcc early icodacy.
The r'e'cvy fail cof c'ainc rangcig
from tc Iwo to liv e I nc'hecs- urne manciccciy
snmall creeks int o to trbculent sc'itras
acncd sect Ithett rivet's to witichc thety ccre
tc'ibuctar'y oct r'apicd cupwardc sicurts.
.\iany stories cof ncarr'ow esicc's
eameli itn as telegr'aphiic communcicanec
lions becinue hceter' in lice arcea aff'ect
At (;oltry3, Oklahomac N '.s. Clydvce
Car'wood was c'riecd ft'ocm her' home
into a wheat fl'id cc cmile a way andc es
enapedc wih slight. injuri'esc.
Slxty-ivec earis were blown from lice
F"oseco Ralroadl ra'ccks in the yards
at l'or't Scott, Kacnscas. One was a
work tr'ain in which laborers were liv
ing. Thrucee were injutredl.
C'OLLEOE OF (IIAltilSTON
Soucth carolia's (Oldest College
131st Year Bleginis October 1st
Entrace examincationts at all the
county seats on Friday, July 2, at 9
Fulil four year' couirses lead to the
1B. A. and Bt. S. .degrees. A two-year
[re-medical course is given.
A free tuition scheolarship is assign
ed to ech county of thce State.
Spaciotus buildings acnd athletice
gr'outnds, well equippled labor'atories,
unexcelledl librac'y facilities.
'Expenses moderate. F'or terms and
4.5 4t P,.'etadnt.
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
ing it up yourself see the new lawns and
laces just opened, at
Real Estate Bargains
D. H. Count's dwelling, situate on West*
+ Main St., Laurens, S. C., on lot of four and *
The home place of Mrs. Anna C. West
near Poplar Springs Church, consisting of
I 200 acres of well improved land, good
dwelling and outhouses, on easy terms.
House and lot of Mrs 'Anna C. West
on west Main Street at a bargain for
+ Some desirable farms, well improved,
near Laurens, at reasonable prices and on
There is an increased interest in the
market for the purchase and sale of real
# estate. If you want tc buy or sell, see us
Laurens Trust Company
GENTLE MAN' WHO-'
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 any time might have
burned the house.
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.
Enterprise National Bank of Laurens
N. B. DIAL Pres. C H. R- OPER, Cah..
Majority of Friends Thought Mr.
Hughes Would Die, But
One Helped Him to
Pomeroyton, Ky.--In interesting ad
vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes
writes as follows : "I was down with
stonach trouble for live (5) years, and
would have sick hcadache so bad, at
times, that I thought surely I would die.
I tried different treatments, but they
did not sleem to ('U me any good.
I got so bad, I could not ea or sleep,
and all my friends, except one, thought I
would die. lie advised rme to try
Thedford's Black-l1raught, and quit
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To ATHE~NS, (iA.--Summner Schor
July 31, 1915.
For' specifie rales, schedules or
UOARD Agents or wrIte.
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IA FIVE YEARS
taking other tnedicines. I decided to
take his advice, although I did not have
any confidence in it.
I have now been taking Black-Draught
for three months, and it has cured me
haven't had those awful sick headaches
since I began using it.
I am so thankful for what Black
Draught has done for me."
Thedford's Black-Draught has been
found a very valuable medicine for de
rangements of the stomach and liver. It
is composed of pure, vegetable herbs,
contains no dangerous ingredients, and
acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely
used by young and old, and should be
kept in every family chest.
Get a package today.
Only a quarter.
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