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T A N
DIES IN PARIS
orner Mexican Ruler Passes Away.
Long in the Saddle.
Paris, July 2.-Gen. Porfirio Diaz,
former president of Mexico, died here
Gen. Diaz's wife, Senora Carmen
Romero Rublo Diaz, and their son
Poritrio Diaz, Jr., and the latter's wife
were by his side when the end came.
Gen. Diaz began to fail rapidly
about three weeks ago and while his
death was not unexpected, owing to
his advanced age and recent failing
health, the crisis came suddenly this
Plorillo Diaz, .1r.. and his wife were
hnastily summliloned and arrived at thle
bedside only a few miomuent s before Ihe
end, which camite at 7 o'clock tonight
Col. Diaz, iI an no ucing the death
of) his fatier, said that lIe was utn1able
to state the nature of the inalady, but
xpreSrd 1 the opinion that a )nupli
<atiol of diseasets du1e to advainced
age wa.s le M ause.
Two tIrigic circlumitist an ictes marked
the dealth1 of tle exiled rileir. Owing
to the( troubled slate Inl Mlexico it hlas
1.een .i4gedi iiiposisible to sen(d (Ith'
hldy h1om14e Wil h all that cermIoniy
which - uld ilave helitled one of t'le
tulre MfAexicani history, anld flir-*
ther, l'otlirio I1iaz. .1r., hias llried( ill
vaill to itiforml his sisters. S nliora Ip
imcio d1( l Torre and1 11 n ra licoll
Callard-fo, nlow inl Mlexico, of Ihii:
No lIeli trag1ic, pera p, is th fact
loat (o one of i ihose w . ii a"
rais td u a is asist n t i ll or
in.- M( xico a d wiho prospered n1d
grew riel i the isiadow of his git
ness 1' tea wieh Wim wnPil I li.
.lose Yves de( laitnan1otou. formler %le\
ian 111ninisltr of linaniice, is in i li. a
!on: l'rancisco de t ea lh.trra, form'
pr-ovisiona'l preshlentl of Alexico and
hlder of othier important iiositions.
andie giellrmo dtoei ,ada, oreir sov
veruor. of thel federal dlistrict in .\lexi
co, are Iin liarritz, Frnnc Searcely
any olle outiside othfamiily liew
of lith seriouseiss of Gen. Dhiz's Ill
ines o t that h was inl la i . 1) tt
seemls to ha.ve been broughlt onl by a
(ri lre of thie h ieart whakei b y 6v atl
:sthiek of 11rip 1.1, lits yetar. Nv\verIh tss.
Ilhv aged 111,1n walked dailst spring
in th ' I!hlise do 'llotlog e, wi ich Iet
loved hecause it tiselbledI llte Chap
lilo oe inl .\exico City. Il11 .1h d bven
hoping._ to go lo I)iarritz i'Iortlly. bult
oen wlii:tz liked hed in, imi
Knwnpyin a thdest aoartn o te
str iing' ' n a lt to llt ur t ho ur:
mit -ain by' ins vt1 "' h eft f\l'
tlfl 11101 Mexcl., rulerof 1441 M4N
ie'. with iim.
No d.tishin hla.; ein sdto seicou
hsrlecdio whinev or the waody or
tho dat- of r hn .uneral.
L'ife Away. Lars eoSpenHave
L1arned ti Fat :
e)n pat h ilt xan oatfirt. oa be
1 v. r of .111:1roz. In it I TT 1) iaz
gins o runi dow . withou apaent
a-.-e ecmesd to w languin, depnds
sedl suherse bkaeieadche. .\idi.
.nr.. ad toin ov isrderwsi .\w::eak
kidpeysma wheehe ase. Thne.sigt
sKown to teg trong an Kidney
Pill hiae ean abl thoi fame therl
eftiens hin countying he kifor
neya anken ehemel. Hrulere is
times teimoverne toithv thir
Mrs.d. h Army hen2 udnt Ae.,r
hisurescio say:e"neve of our family
wasne Trouble y e kaidng Your
baace Aand Lfrensa Popet uHave
ofe. Pain healthe mall of thea bck
cauisel neoeofsueri lng.uad derev
osd sufells wereacommon Dizzychedz
nes ofnd cranmr don.Ader, these
kidnl~es mayde' cause sTeight-r
abrou treeg moth. I~oan's Kidney
Pills have earndcheir atmte byathenr
relief and oepox mdem ael complete
Laurns tidemy Pil-the prove their
Mrs. M.t A. W'clii n 23 Busr-Mu-e.
Lurens, Psa:,On Iofour family
wtiias ltuled~ by wek kney ni a.no
bakiahet ad tate: hadto et upi og uts
(o rieht Pain bd Wkeml of the (lie
neseno e.nd ofee uffeing.~i ad nerv
ouis els wePsae oon.dzy head
abt'ltree ~1I moth onn's aKadne'y
Pls wet proe t the Laur--en
Drug Co.': he is't' fie oesgv
Teutons Pushing Northward and
Eastward In CoAossal Endeavor - to
Drive Wedge InItusslan Line.
London, July 4.-At a rate -esti
mated at five miles a day General von
Mackensen's German forces are still
swinging northward in Galicia and
Poland in a colossal and daring en
deavor to drive a wedge into the Rus
sian center and dislodge the Russians
from the Vistula river and force thetm
back over the Bug, thus splitting the
Grand Duke's forces into two sections,
with thousands of acres of swamps
and ma rsih land between them.
If the Austro-Germans can con(inuc
their progress another week, even the
British press adiits the Russians will
have to give utp) Warsaw and with it
the whole line. Meanwhile the ier
iMals ate Inassing inore troops in the
haillic provintces and the recent en
coillte inl the IHaltic seemlis to sug
"(.si I hat th1.ey coitenti ,ate coordin ate
tavai -action, but it is possible that
the sea operations ontly were a feint.
In southeast Ginlaeia, the llussians
are fighting Itenaciotsly and have the
u d.alitilge of a ireinarka ble ser ics of
pa iallel rivet's beyond the itnia Lipa
ali the Alstro-Gertimana ad vance is
lilily to Ie costly.
Thits onl their two exireile wings
the lilssiants appear to he firn, and
w:(Ie they are retlvlting, it still is
c;itiled. their letirellwint. is orderl'Iy
id aconiallniiied by rig;orolls ur
la a oleratiots. The Atro-(i
tha mi vancI i%*Lll('ilnq ill the ct , nore
cl'r, areV petting dleeperl into aitun
t1%. cove!red withi forekst.; altd sran
_b1 ha , ' iie ()I Ia IlIwi-s bet w(eln I lk'
Vi-a \'i.;iktia and tlie aig -- aINtIurl
dIilages t ( l itassians, illiial'
\ eii ' here e~ltupiitize'. They po(in
outoo. the dail *y bt lngthenng h i
Sh ich ' 'inlgs atn atddedl bulrde'n to theII
'Teiltonic Al lies.
\iIl(' 't lIS 11 ililt llt hI je I 111111L:h
Somne of the lIritish publllic' think Ote
l1t.ie has cole fr (1'eat lritainlt and
ralnec to begill a genctal offen.ivc
and force a tralsfer of German 4t roops
froill (lie ast, lit ti (he lore colsl \il
live Itilitary writers tihink the title i
not at halind and that tle lxest aid -ng
Inandl can lend ier castern ally is to
hot iIto Russia evecry 41 iunce 01 aill
mnition that n It be sliatred without
('taet illng the liccessary sipilyI at lth
wesv5t erti front. Onte (l' the tmainI aills
of tie Gerianis in the east is a vast
llove behind \\'a Isa w, (I brac i ng
lirlt l.itavsk, one of tle strong Ilus
Sian bases. ('ivilian residents Of'
Wa iaw a I'!t.ogrd dispthew a
r yit V t \ e i t. 11W i i h a !
thle possibility of (ena cum in
t Ixl rS IIt d Ir ir "n ( )rll It ri-l
te 1 n' the l 'IIish Ittinae , sei ttig
.\sit an ulxolgan tlhltatioll 't'niui
r t i1et C I ! )U., ( S - i I e.% t
beh o Ity Acorin to rIel.n
hiagen as te detet that of thte
battle wasa fo-aghieisn waerla!
hoe had tio lie fiaroscpe vihra
T.eis more iatrial Ianrsn thia t
the cotr tan allnothlie dIne pirutn
tangetr afanir l the tcowarso
yrse.Searsh doctors proounmednt n
dnal aneolg and exibplaaio reme
dies anrtbyominstntAccorIng to Cue
hagen loalviceatet pronoued Iat Incur
btle wScee hasughtn Swedrrh wtoers,
cntttodiesand thereewoftefeogrne righ
TeemoeCatarrh Cuemnatred becyo F.
tecnry than. Toldo oe dIses putnl
Contitu nutionlcueo the art.w yeas
tgeat mn eay docts directlnced the
blood and byucostsatey fin to cyue
wTh ocael oetmed prollarse for nur
cnstitutfoal toicue.Send thereforeulre
qutir estconituinal ratet..l'
Chey~.J.F.E & CO., Toledo. h 0.l
Colstitutionalicure onte6c ke.It.
Take inerallytats di lfrecotyaon.h
Teydr ofe onexihune Faotiors forant
case tr elivoecre. d for i cularex
an AestmoniolTs.,Jl3.A a
pliatket the Famited Stts for fiptor
Leaderaione a o FaVction Wnt
FelIx Diaz, Manual .\ondragon and
Aureliano Blanquet was filed with
Secretary of State Lansing ycster'day
after'noon by Ellseo Arr'edondo, cotn
tidentlal agent. for' C'arranza.
The text of the aplicationl was re
ceived here todaty by wirie, it cals
the at ti .nIiotn of thle Amnerleatn gov
crnmient to al leged crimesC coltmmitted
duIII1lng I he Februlary, I191I3, u iing in t~11
MexIco City, and lays the blanme for
Mader'o's death to the alleged corn
hintationt. It then asserts tat t hey a ri
plannIng another revtolution and asksa
that thtey lbe detained anld seat bauckt
to \exon for trinl.
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 any time might have
burned the house.
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.
Enterprise National Bank of Laurens
N. B. DIAL, Pres. G. H. ROPER, Gashier
Real Estate Bargains i
D. H. Count's dwelling, situate on '. lest
Main St., Laurens, S. C., on lot of four and +
The home place of Mrs. Anna C. West
near Poplar Springs Church, consisting of
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
easy terms. 4
There is an increased interest in the
Smarket for the purchase andsale ofreal.
Sestate. If you want to buy or sell, see us
J. S. Machen, Sec'y.-Treas.
Fourteenth Annual Excursion to
Atlanta, Ga. and Birmingham, Ala..
C. N. & L. and SEABOARD AIR LINE
Wednesday, July 14, 1915
RATES AND SCHEDULE
Columbia .... .... .........7:30 a n....35 60
Irmo...... .... .... .... ....7:45a.i....350.0
Ballentine .... .... .........8:04a.n.....&doo
White Rock...... .... .... ....8:11a.i......060
Hilton ...,.... .... .........8:15a.i....35060
Chapin...... .... .... .... ....8:24a.i....350.0
Little Mlountain...... .... ....8:36 a n......060
Siighs .... .... .... .........8:43a.i....35060
Prosperity .... .... .........8:54a.i......'606O
Newberry .... .... .........9:13 a n......060
Jalapa .... .... .... ..........9:30a.a....3.060
Gary .... .... .. ..... ....9:37a.i....35060
Kinards .... .... .... .......9:44 a n.......055
Gloldville...... .... .... .... ..9:54a.i......30 l5
Laurens .... .... .... .......8:20a.m ....30
izwring .J~y .1 Arrve tlata 1:0 p . . in;li .inhi 10:5 0 .00 Pckt
lug tlata 300 . I. Reurnng a .ngr m...us..L rec or 3.50 6.00in
polu l)Ior t minigh. SudayJul 1 .. .1.15 .. .lde under 12 6.00 a
i~or(leall inormtioncal on any m. .N.. b. agn or writ .0
F. A.'I'A~iIIH, C A.a .1..... . 3.50 6om .00.A.
C., N. & l. Hy. ahoem.0 .O. . A. i. 3'. Pho .001
a. m.II , . . .....300.5