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for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Five or six doses will break any case, and
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
return. It acts on the liver better than
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25c
Notice of Election of School 'rustees
Pursuant to an Act of the General
Assenibly of the State of South Caro
lina, approved the 25th day of Febru
airy, 1!1 I entitled "An Act to Provide
for the Election of School Trustees of
LaurenIs County," an election for the
purpose of electing school trustees
for the various school districts of Lau
rens county, S. C., is hereby ordered
to be held on the 8th day of July, A.
D. 1U1.7. The polls at said election
shall be opened at the school houses
in said district except as hereinafter
stated. Three trustees are to be
elected for each school district In said
county, except as hereinafter stated.
Said election shall be conducted as
now provided by law for general and
special elections. The following man
agers are appoInted to hold said elec
tion in the various school districts:
1anford No. 10: T. A. Drumnmond,
E. 11. Moore, .1. M. Fleming.
Iaurens No. I1. Court Ilouse, seven
trustees: J. T. Crews, J. Wade Ander
son. C. It. Adamis.
Ora No. 12, Iive trustees: 1). it. Me
Clintock, L. P. Bl1akely, T1. 1). Byrd.
Cross 11111 No. 1:, seveon trustees:
.1. Ilclry I asor, Conway Dial, It. D.
\Wa.teorloo No. 1 1. soven trustees: W.
C. Wharion, W. l!. Clhertsonl, 10.
Ilmurcn t No. 1:.: 11. M. l'itts, .1. F.
Whita.ire. las. IL. Sinirson1.
Nlonnimille No. 16: S. S.. Farrar, S.
.1. az or. .1. .\l. Goodnan.
Sullivan No. 17: 11. If. Malon, Jas.
1-. Isopeor, 11. .\. Wass onl.
Lauren.s No. 1: ". .1. Owings, A. 11.
larksdao, ('. .\. Fuller.
I.aurens No. 2: T. S. Langston, J.
Rt. Finley, G. It. Brown.
LIaurens No. :1: 11. I. Todd, C. Y.
Craddock, Ben W. Ilellais.
Laurens No. -1: W. P. Brown, Gus
R. Milai, E. If. Adair.
Laurens No. 5, Watts \ill Store:
Edd Sorgee, W. 'T. Senn, W. A. Gar
L4iurens No. 6: Victor Weathers, T.
M. Workman, Skim R. Sloan.
Youngs No. 1, Stuart's Store: J.
Marvin Patton, Arthur J. Hughes, A,
Youngs No. 2: Wilkes Wallace, E
1). 'Lomas, W. F. Grumbles.
Youngs No. 3: Perry A. Riddle. J
A. Fowler, S. J. Burns.
Youiigs No. I: P. 11. Cooper, w. P
Stephens, P. .1. Dragg.
iouings No. 5: .1. 0. Babb, I. G
Sprouse, .\. C7. Wittaker.
Youigs No. i: It. W. S.t en art, 0.
Cox, C. E. lI nudette.
Young~s No. 7: W. 1.. Wilkie, Ausili
Abe:C1'robie E. 1,. lIiddle.
Dials No. 1: .lemn Knight, It. .1
W oo d , .1ohn W. Carry.
l'i.l. No. 2: Ziln'i C. lieetes, E1
Conlwaly .\Illl'.ronlg Will S. Adair.
l)ils No. :: C. .\l. W olff', G. 1). W il
Foi, 11. S. Wallace.
Dials No. 1:11. .1. G'. Curry, . A.
'loIon, J. T. Stoddard.
Dials No. 5: F. ). Dolt, .J. Alvil
Curry, J. J. Ilunter.
Dials No. I: .1. A. Aodd, A. ii. Ow
Jings, W. H1. BarksIidale.
Dials No. 7: J. Iarris Curry, Ar
thur HIarris, T. B. Camn 1phell.
Dials No. 8: E. B. Nash, S. I. Wil
son, (. C. Anderson.
Sullivan No. : E. L. Ridgeway, I
10. Arnold', .1. L. H~agwell.
Sullivan No. 2: .1. A. Wood, .1.
Ilugh-s, .I. 1H. lIlenley.
Sulflivan No. :: T. T. Woods. W. A
P1Itts, Er:ine t K. S impi.son.
Sullivan No. 7: W.' A. Simplson, I
C. Klieeves, .1. L. Knight.
Waterloo No. 1: .1. L. \Martin, .1.
Ode:l, W. I". II!)it.
W\aterloo NoC. 2: 8. A. Taylor, Q. \
Wa trlo No.' : (: C. .ualdwell,
C. Cua' h'erton, 1. 1. IPin on.
I atl oo No IC. d: \.L ..lo e
T. .\lI ller, 1C.XHr.d.
. \I O wh C , I. 1 : iliamC'1' .
W( I r I No \: I. ' . Whh'rC
IE.. \l e C . \. ('~urn h. u
Wamero N. : K. W.ola, a
CWb. I n. li. .\. CK nilh.
W is l No. : .. b. .\nd lr on,
W.~ \nvf rl 1.1C A . mit'.
(Ce III1 N. : T. I. .'arter, \
P1. \X !ar LCC W . iCveder.
Co.a.; 1i1 No. C: 1'. W1. C o, ma
Wo . I X. . \ (, .Cl. C I.r in
I Cro-.- ill NC . :: .1. I. N . rCC Ill, I.. I
Crosi l i NC) C : l. I I.Jo Ats hiI o
J. W1.' Ward I. . . ('nes. gh
IC a IC il N o. I : . l. CXolenn.
Lon . W. I C am pbel . ICI'b.
Iluntrm NCC. 1.: .l. I. Sp r , I .
YCoung:SC, .I,. Il..o e.
11lan1Cr No. I;: I . ('. JoCnes, . C
ryCsn .. T. I\loIsi.
IIn Ir No. 7::' . 'P. ('unnnghaX
bT l.C hanr, b-1. .. ('ro.vd.\.Y u .
I lunier NO. *': II. I.. Workma, .
C. aw-orn.aI). I. Y. ilonro
.il(nter No. .1: .1. . Aai ry .
Adergson. L1. I 1.1 Sto.
.Janter No. 2: C. I. .0I1nte, ..
Spr-as, 'I. . Piinso.
Hunter No. 8: IC. TI. Cfanon, '.\l
Chandr, .I. Akl. Codr
Iaunter N. I: L X. [r. Youn. .
tonfo, I. I. alixon.
.ja('ks No. 7.: .1. Lt. F~Iney, J.
Ada'. W. J. Ilonr.
JIac(ks No. 1: I. XX. JohnsontI .
IHends T. II. Sipo.
.r lacks o.n NC:,. II:.r. op an ,T
\V I eir nJ. t. HeI.Cu111)gai.
.e lac N No. 2. W isr .2. .\rd, R.
Tron, b'l 1. 1 llti n (I
SJacksl C'v No. .: C.. hilo , W
A.len, .. Prinaco.
Jcks l'CC.N. . T W. D.lard .0o
Dea. \lrd. It1.etzlr .
tu.n entt, I . lie Cun ngarom.
Stuon fo wn~ cot.2:.C.BrR
euorerw o. the Cout R.oapr
A. Oen, . L.r axoen. ont,
tsefistwny Nof June.W. D. lyr, 0
W.Clrd, . J. Don.SUIVA
By H. M. EGBERT
Novelized from the Motion
Picture Drama of the same
name. Produced by the
Universal Film Mfg. Co.
"You lie, I say! When the old fox
goes to earth the vixen shall never
usurp my rightful place!"
The words, uttered in sonorous Ger
man, arrested Dana Wescott's atten
tion as he sat alone at a little table
in the cafe.
He had reached Gredshoffsen only
that morning from Venice. His father
had giveft him a year to see the world
before settling down in his prosaic
business at Newark, and just enough
spending money to cover his expenses.
The deference with which the stu
dents at the next table greeted this
sally surprised Dana.
"You lie, I say!" shouted the speak
er, a handsome, rather coarse-featured
young man, thumping his list down on
the table. "lHo, waiter! Pill up our
"Yes. your highness!" muttered the
old waiter, approaching deferentially.
'What's that? What do you call
me?" shouted the young man.
"Your highness is Prince Hendrick,
cousin to her highness Princess
Elaine, the daughter of his majesty
the king," stammered the old man.
"You lie!" roared Prince Hendrick,
leaping from his chair and grasping
the old man by the throat. "The king
"Long live King Ilendrick!" shout
ed the students.
Seeing that the old waiter's face was
growing purple Dana sprang from his
chair and laid his hand on Prince
"That'll be all," he said, and trans
lated the idiom into the language of
the country as best he could.
The prince, releasing the waiter,
stared in amazement at the presump
tuous American. Then, raising his
hand, he slapped Dana across the
A moment later he went to the floor
under a blow deftly planted upon the
Intantly the cafe was in an upronr:
The whole pack flung themselves up
on Dana. lie struck out right and
left, aind they returned his blows with
beer ngs, canes, anything that was
handy. A stein cut his forehe'ad: he
fellel two more. and then made for
the open street.
After him came the gang, helter.
skelter. Dana's life seemed worth
something less than a nickel just
. then. Ie ran, panting, along the sin
gle street, ascending a high cliff that
. overlooked the gulf. A small steam
shipl was almost immediately beneath
)him, making for the harbor. Dana
hesitated. The gang closed in. ie
saw more than one revolver aimed at
him. He looked (own at the seething
waters beneath and, on the impulse,
A moment later he was battIlng ii1
the waves. lHe swam with I1al hir
strength, but the icy cold honumhbed
his sen ses. Hf" felt h is i ls aro.
numib. Hre fou'ht valiantly, iing ut
his arias, sanuk, emerged, fouIght onl
gaspjng and chmokin g. lie heard conl
fusedi --homtfs he' s'aw. a line throwr
him. Dehsp'.ai'l e sw*am towani
it, (2-m::M. t wi\~ ith h' l ash t re min ! mn:
s. tr: th an- I hercm :.e uinco:ious.
W.\hen h ' olCprOod bis eyesi he wa:
lying on, the dlock of a stenm yacht
-. and( over him was heniing thme prt
fleet g.irmi he had vAr S (-0.
'W er a T?'" .h'' "ied.
g, "O bardl the yt:mt of her mefet
lainme. th new giwn of(i Gredahoffen.
1. anoswered the girl.
Half an hour ia'er, clothed int th
n, 'optni'a suit of hmet ihininels. Dam,
went (on deck to think his be(nefa<
le haol learned t hat the eli kin
wva- dead, and Princes9 E~laine, hi
y. hiei-ess, was on her' way. not to iih
port, hbut to t h e priv~a te whnrt hent
n, the pa lace walls, some m Ies alIon
the cored to be acclaimed ruler of thi
The' bevy of lau ghi ng girls eon fuse
N- him 'o that lhe nearly kissedl the han
,of the( maid of hloor whio had fire
'spoken to 1himr instead of that of th
Squeenl. TheI(y questiloned him eagerl:
but when he mentioned the name
L. Prince llendrick they looked at on
another' silently. And D~ana guesse
10. that Prince Hendrick wn'ms net to ii
reached by any lau's in (iredshoffse1
Ii- Presently, left alone with the mal
Sof honor, Dana found himself rapid]
*falling in love with her, so much
tL- that by the time the yacht Put in
the plaice wharf he had obtained pe
D. mission to call on her on the followirl
P. Danal- returnedl afoot to the litt
town'r where he had met with such c
10- unexpected wv~.come from Prinm
'"I'm going hack," he said to himse
C. "and I'm going to take that scion
royal birth over my knee and-"
mo. Ills thoughts amused him so th.
he was back at the tavern almost h
'e- fore he0 was aware of it.' But whi
a- ho entered he found the place desei
ed. From a small private room cai
of2 the sound of many voices, speaking
'low tones. The old1 waiter came up
"I didn't liavo titne to settle my bill,'
said Dana, handing the man the
amount and a liberal tip.
'But--how-I thought--" gasped tao
"You thought I was dead, '? Well,
I've come back to show them how
much alive I am."
"For heaven's sake, no!" gasped the
waiter, detaining him. "They'll mur.
der you. They-they're plotting to
you must help Gredshoffsen. They
have planned their coup just at the
"What coup?" inquired Dana.
"They're going to rush the palace
tonight and proclaim Prince Hendrick
king!" whispered the old man. "'You
must warn her-our beloved princess
-Queen Elaine--Madcap Elaine, as
we call her. Come here and listen!"
He led Dana to an embrasure near
the door and Dana listened.
Ten minutes later he was hurrying
back toward the palace afoot.
It had begun to grow dark when, an
hour later, Dana was at the palace
gates. The sentry barred the way.
Dana burst through, ran up the grav
eled drive and found himself at the
entrance to the vast hall, beyond
which he could see crowds moving inl
brilliantly lighted rooms.
"I must see her majesty at once!"
he cried to the young oflicer who
"Impossible!" answered the other,
looking contemptuously at his tourist's
clothes. "tier majesty is receiving
"I must see her, I tell you!" shouted
Dana, and his eyes lighted,, upon a
young woman at the foot of the grand
stairway. It was one of the maids
whom lie had seen on the yacht.
She came forward and in a few hur
ried words Dana explained.
"I will tell the grand chancellor,"
answered the girl, looking strangely
at h-a. There was mirth in her eyes,
but her mouth was tightly set.
IHe waited, and presently there came
running out to him his inamorata of
"I Must See the Queen."
that afternoon, the maid of honor,
dressed inl ermine and silk, a regal fig.
utre who might have bee'n the queenC!
"I mus1~t see the queen," gasped
Dlana. 'Prince I Iendr'ick 1s to attackt
the palacn within an hour. ie has a
body of fifty men. I overheard the
eomapi racy'. I want to heulp-''
Tihere was nmeed oft hiel p. for ailready.
thle 1news" was paitie(, and( the oldl
rand0( chiaacelior atal all the brilliant
throng wr suIrying hither and
Dana. tild his stre'y again and yet
on ce mnore. "T'Ih'r'' lat no timet to h P
lot!'' he cried. ''Where are your' sol
dier's? C'lose tihe gates, l'rt'iareo to
de0ft n'l your queen."
Thi'en Dmana uandersion:l how shr'ewd.
v17 H'ndriek had p'lannt,''' his st rake.
Th e lIItt le army of fi ft y i 'n hadl he'm
e'ntrainedl for Ei('rs~hitlL l. wher the
Ilate king's fiuner'alI c'remontiies were
to be held oni the nex't day. The pal
alCe was11 11 uroct el.
"Th'e( s'cru't paiss;age!"' gasped the
Th'ley stat'ed at him11.
3 '"It w'.as mnade in his majesty's e'arli.
e <cst nays,' he erle'd. "whenr' things wvere
1in a turmiioil. i~ollowv me1. Your tmaj
11iut the' women itn a hbody iltocked
at ier him;. lollowedl by aill tihe assem-l
lIt blage. lit' lenl themtt dlown a1 flight of
'I stai- b)'eethl the fl~orinlg of an anto
t 00oom, along a rock tnnel. Two pages
('WI wih ttrchte, alecompanied imi, an11
,thle jourtney seemel(d enless5. it wvat
ita full hatlf 1h0ur1 Iater that1 they ascend
0 ed anlothet' flight. andt fouind tihem
ml selves ini a little huntinltg iodge in
0 dense forest.
I- "Ihere we are safe for a while, you:
dI majesty," stanmmeredl tihe 01(1 man
o "W.e must get a1(d from tile peati
tt antry," sald tihe young om1cer. "I11:
r- late majesty's foresters have thi
g huts w'.ithini five miles of thle lodlg(
'They have hunting rifles. it is;
.0 dan gerous venture, but Iliendrick'
n rabble will 'lhe dlrin king and-"
e A terrified peasanitt running aloni
the woodlarnd trail, stopped ini terro
t, at tile sight of that mfotley assoir
f blage within tile forest.
"Prince Hendrick !" lie stamnmeredi.
It "d3peak out !" criedl Dana, graspin
e- him by the shoulders.
in "H'i is plundering tihe palace. The
't- say the queen is dead. Hie is the ne'
10 king of Gredshoffsen."
In "N'ot vet!" cried Dana. "Take xE
ID to the huts of the foresters."
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Friday, July 2nd, 1915 we will conduct a free
demonstration, and cordially invite you to visit our
0 establishment to sample these delicious confections.
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fthe product of America's Master candy-maker, and
Iin addition to being far beyond any candy produced
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ct Diaper 70c
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FINAL SETTiA.ILuENT. p
Take notice that on the 20th day of
Jluly, I will render i final account of
my acts and doings -as Administrator
of the estate of E1llen Price Wallace,
deceased, in the ollice of the Judge of
Probate of Laurena County at 11
o'clock, a. n., and on the same day
will apply for a final discharge from
our trusts as Administrators.
Any person0s indebted to said estate
are notilied and required to mai1ke pay
men11t on that (late; and all personsn
having claims agaiusi said estate will
pIire'sent then 01n or be'or'e said( (late,
dly . pren or( heI 0 ) fo reveri. harred(2(.
U hb hannonn'e m1yse*lf as a ean
d1(iae C 1(ongres~ from th le Four thi
Con gres.sional 1)1st rict, siuject to theo
ru1les' of the Democrat ie imr'ty.
D l \ 1SA.\Il.NtiilLLS
.013hn IF(rguson0, I )cfendiant.
To the 1)4fendan~it abo)v( n1amed:
tihei aove s(ta13 led t acion which was
111led ini 1the 01113e of the3 clerk of the
((ourt of c033ommo pleas for thle co)un
ty, of 1aur1n in sahl11( state on the 20th
day' of .\lay, 19ta andl to) serv' a cop)y
f your)i3 3 nrwer to thie saidi (omplinI1t
renscour houe. Suth arolina~ with
and if youl fail to1 ans1wer the said(
(o'(131int withlIn lhe tIm111'e aoresaid,
tihe plintiff inl tis aIctioni will alp
pi y to th Ia o('ur t forI thle relietf de
____ llnined ini tihe ('omilaint.11
I. I. .\I (GOWAN,
itlit i' Attornley.
\lay3 201, 1315. 40G-3t
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Announ1 lcedl as) "Di)stin guhe1Cd MUi
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ll courses5 inI Civii EnlgIneer'ing,.
Sciences, Eniglishi and1 .\odern Lan
gualges. C'onfel's II. S. and C. 1..(1e
All eixlpenses 1)ay cade3~ts from South
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A scholar'siIp worth' $30l0 ai year is
vacant from 14Laurns counity, anid wvill
be illled 1by (com pet itive examination
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gust , 1915. For necessary information
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BlInd,B3leeding or Protruding Pit.esin 6114 day.
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