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CALOMEt SICK[NSI IT
DON'T STAY I
I Guarantee "Dodson's Liv<
Best Liver and Bowel CI
. Liven up your sluggish liver! Feel
fine and cheerful; make your work a
pleasure; be vigorous and full of am
bition. But take no nasty, dangerous
caloniel because it makes you sick and
you may lose rday's work..
Calonel is mercury or quicksiver
which causes necrosis of the bones.
Calomel crashes into sour bile liKe
dynamite, breaking it up. That's when
you feel that awful nausea and cramp
-Asten to me! If you want to enjoy
the nicest, gentlest, liver and bowel
cleansing you ever experienced Just
take a spoonful of harmless dIson's
1,11, er Tone tonight. Your (irliggist or
dealer sells you a 50 cent bottle of
a hot c
stove keeps y
cool and clea
away with all
The NEW PERF
like gas, regulate
cooks like gas. It
fort with kerosene
Somet/ingig New. /
comes a fireless cc
pulling a damper.
to show youthb
TION No. 7, wii
ing oven; also the ]
plenty of hot wate
independent of th<
Uae Aladdin 5
to obtain the bes
Washington, D. C. (New Je.
Norfolk, Va. (BA1.TIM
For Job Printing see J
When you are bilious you have1
feel dull, tired. half-sick and sleep)
DR. M.A. !
The Old Reliable
It contains no alcohol, no cadome! or
grediuents. It is a pure, wholesome med
selected herbs which are known to a<
and bowels. It cleanses the system thou
vigor and cheerfulness. Ask for the ti
Simmons on the front panel, it is the n
Ask for the Tin Box
C. F. siflIRONs MeDICINE CO.
%r Tone" will Give you the
eansing You Ever Had.
Dodson's Liver Tone under my per
ional money-back guarantee that each
'P0oonful will clean your sluggish liv
3r better than a dose of nasty calomel
ind that it won't make you sick.
Dodson's Liver Tone Is real liver
rnedicine. You'll know It next morn
Ing because you wil /wake up feeling
Ile, your liver wil be working; head
iche and dI1zzine.5 gone; stomach will
)e sweet'nd I wels regular.
Dodson ' lil cr Tone Is entircly veg
)table, th re re harmiless and cannot
4aIIvate. ive it to your children.
\llions o people are using Dodson's
lAver Tone instead of dangerous calo
nel now. Your druggist will tell you
hat the Sale of caloinel Is alilos
lopped entirely here.
oal stove this
r. The N EW
N Oil Cook
.n and does
gery of the
like gas, and
s gas stove coin
L1n oveI that be
ioker rnerely b~y /
Ask your decaler
:h tireless cook
R. It gives you
r, yet leaves you
: hot, sooty coal
results in oil
m and Lamps.
7y) Charlott.N. C.
)RE) Charlestonm, W. Va.
Charleston S, C.
Ldvertiser Printing Co
io capacity for your work. Xu
.To get rid of this feeling
salts, no syrupy, sickening-sweet in
icine in powder form, made only of
:t beneficially In the liver, stomach
oughly and restores a fine feeling of
i box with the picture of Dr. M. A.
ark of tihe genuine.
Price 25 Cent.
Proprietors, ST. .00IS. MO.
RALEIGH BOULWARE DEAD.
Fourth Victim of the Winnsbor
Tragedy Succumbed to Wounds.
Columbia, July 4.-Raleigh Boul.
ware, rural policeman, died Ias
evening at the Columbia hospita
from wounds received in the af.
fry which occurred June 14 al
Winnsboro when Clyde Isenhowel
and others undertook to wreak ven.
geance on a negro Prisoner, Jules
Smith, as the latter, in charge of v
posile, was entering the court housw
to be tried for an alleged assaull
upon a white woman, a relative of th<
loulware's is the fourth death t(
resiult from the encounter lbetweet
[Ihe oilicers and the Isenhower posse,
Tlhc negro was almost instantly kill
d, Sheriff Hood died that night'in
the Columbia hospital and Clyde Is
enhower died the next night in t h
Pryor salitarum in Il Chester.
Dlesides thcse, there Were wouided
nore or less s'riousiy 1. It. Beck
hamn, la 'Ie Stevenson and Alex
lihrooile, deplity sheriffs; R. I,. Kelly,
I magistrate's constable, and William
Morrison, brother-In-law to Clyde
Mr. I ouI ware became I nconselous
Friday evening. lie had a bad nlighbt
ind early yesterday began losing
;round rapidly. lie was shot through
he abdom inal caviy3', the biullet Imak
ng seven perform1atlons. Ilis aged
'ather was with hIm at the last and
-overal friends, his inolher being too
11 to leave her home. Mr. lou ilware
w as :11) years of age. Ie was not
.\Mr. Ilo'tlware's body will be takel
0 \\'innsbo this mornintig on the
4nutlhern railway train leaving Co
um11bila at. 5::10 o'clock.
.\ll of the four mncii whose lives
lie Winnsboro slooting has cost to
late were shot In the stomach, the
hootlitg being at ari'm's reach and
,,lol the hlip. Clyde Isenhtower and
iheriff 110od stood witihin three feet
> (e'al otherl, teir pistols overlap
ing each oler. One resection was
perform'ed utpon .\lr. Iloldwarv. the
>ther perf'orations 'being seved up.
.\I testimonly regar'ding thoe char
tetr of the late Hialeigh Voulware
vhihell has beent heard in Colutim bia
Cinec he was wounded has tended to
fh ow that lie was a fearles, discrent
ind et!elent oilleer.
Trite Hil!s have been found for
nurderi by the FaiIfIlid colty3 grand
IPr. ag:inst Ml'rnest Isenhowver, Jesse
\Iorison an1d' Jaites R1awls, all of
'.homli are held without hail in thle
'tate Imniteit iary. A trile bill v:'
ihlo r'etiur'ned again t Clyde Isn
liov:er, biut his death ntex t day of:
-Otrse 'nded 4 rosCltion in his car'.
.lame.; Mael"io, who wIs appolintet
y( ov. .\laniiing to succeed the 1!"
\dIama ). IHood as sheriff of lFairlhl
'ounty. is a man 'Of about -IN yeari
>f age andI has ownn'd and opiated
I store !n Winnsboio for a nimwier
ecats, lie Is a first cousin of S. t.
dcMalcr of Coltimila.
.\lr. .\lac"Ic IS of' miedmim height
rnd is saId to be as fearle1.as as thi'
nun i wihomt he succeeds in ollice. IIle
vas a ('anid~iatec for shteriff it the last
'trlimary' and was dlefeatedl in a close
'ace by3 the late Mri. Hood, ile Is
aid( to -be cool, clear-headed and
'('llected and fitted by disposition for
he position he now holds.
ro Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
rake the Old Standard. GROVE'S
L'ASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
rhat you are taking, as,tbeformtul a is
,rinted on every la e1 ( showing it is
Quinine and Iron in tasteless form.
rhe Quinine drives out malaria, the
Iron builds up the system. 50 cents
ThIbs isea prescription prepared especialiy
for MALARIA or CHI iLS 4 FEVER.
Five or six do.es will leak any case, and
lf taken then as a tont the Fever will not
rturn. It acts on te liver better than
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25e
RULES ON LIQUOR LAW.
ludge M[oore Renders Decision of Far
Reaching Ffect at Charleston.
Charleston, July 3.--What is the
krst legal definition of' "intoxicating
Liquors" rendered in this State, at
least, under the gallon-a-month act
was made in an order by Judge Ernest
Wloore, filed in the clerk of court's
afnlce here, in the case of the Geer
Drug complany against the Atlantic
Coast Line, in whtich Judge Moore
rules that the railroad should deliver
to the plaintiff a carload of "Best
l'onic," a liquid of helps and malt, the
sourt holding that although the tonic
nightt contain as miuch as 5 per cent
f alcohol it was not an intoxicating
ilter wvithln the meaning of the act,
tnd did( not conmc itto conflict with
te gallon-a-month law. lntoxicatintg
*hlquor', Judge Moore rules, is one "to
be driunk for the pileasutre of dink
ing," and Is not liqutid taken as a mted
Tlhis order~t of .Judge Mroore Is be
Iieved to have a far'-r;'ueht lg effeoct
it thIs State in te oper'atlion of the'
gallo(1n--month Itat, wht ih probhIhi
Ihne lmnt'ingo- f more than a crnllan
a month by a -person, firm, and so on,
of any intoxicating liquors, containing
more than 1 per cent alcohol. Here
tofore the delivery of malt and hops,
used as tonics, has been technically
prevented by the gallon-a-month act,
because hops and malt were believed
to be a beverage and contain more
than 1 per cent of alcohol, and the
Atlantic 'Coast Line here at least re
fused to deliver quantities of more
than a gallon of this liquid to indi
viduals or firms a month. Now, ac
cording to the ruling of Judge Moore,
all the hops and malt tonic desired by
drug ilrms etn be brought In, -because
lie rules that fihe liq1uid is not initoxi
Catlig lltior ii the meaning of the
act, but i a medicine. It is ire
suied that individuills call also imn
Ilort a yl at11111111y of ills tonie, havin g
tllrely to swear it. is for medienal
.\Conl h llemedy Ihnt lIelieve's
Its prepare i'omli the healing Pine
Hal:11m, To ad oney ad llmixedI inl
a tle's-''t'it. sootlilnag Couighi Syrup tall
ed I)r. lell'! iine-''ar-lon1ey. 'T'houis
"fild - have hImilited b y Its uls ._..no
INI of' 3(our0 elinI'iitg that alinoying
Colih o1 Iiskinig a (ia ngeriolls ('old.
to to yollr daler. ask for .-a (' orig
inal bottle Dr. Ilil's Pine-Ta- I Hoey,
- art tusin-- ontco and get rid of yoIri
Cmwouh and Cold.
. . .\ iS ( -II. SE1TZL E It.
Wellanown Cnverse Woma Died
S11unday3 .ftier Extended Iilness.
Mrs. Margarect Itall Setzler, wife of
A. It. Set'zlor, a well-known meirellnt
W, ConlI.'('erSe, diei at her hoifc Sunday
ni:.'.It after an iln s of' sever'al yea s'
(uratIon. She was !years of age,
anil hr deatih was a soturce of sorrow
throughou the ConverI seCtion. lI'e
fiuetral was held yesterday a'ternoon
at Wochlc fromt her hiomei, inter
mlent following', In Oakw\%ood vvemetery .
.\ls. -et~erWas thle daughterol of
the late. Or. WV. [1. 11,a11, of'Iarn
conil y. Sh'e waA a si'ter-lin-law o
rt '. C. 'C'licimas :d Baxter Setzler.
o*fthis; <Sly. Sh111 is Survived by h'er
lu! and one daughiter nile year
n' I.J->;artanh1rg Journal.
.Good Iolnlsehold sillie.
Gr-dina"ry alillnents and injuries are
rot of sitemse serious. hut infe
tiol or low \iitality Imeiy mat l- thel
danll:1,rouIS. Don't noglect :I cr:1. Sore,
brise or- hurt heeause it's; smnall.
IBlood 'oikOn has)1 r 1toiled front it pill
prick or rernteh1. l'orl. 1Such all
milntis latekllei'\ rnAi'enc Salve is ex
collent. It pt ets ail houals the
hur ' is alt iseptie. kills infcl ion and
preventsll danlgerolts com Ili't ions.
(loril Ior all Skin ltle i rs l'implos
Salt Rhelln, E'zema. Get an origin IlftI
2-onnce 2'cW box riin your dr'ai'gi::.
HW1'lTA .\ \IN .\kIMESTE:11.
.\mi Tisn ino Custody whlent
OrozWo's EsenI.'l: Ilcenm tue h nown111.
WV:-h1il:on,~m .111y 3. Con. Victoriino -
liuerta was rearrestid today at i1l
'Ii bi a ns of* hei deplartm nt f
jo lsi''. it becaine known tonight, 1)
prevent t ll! possibility that he mighit
follow t footst eps of 1)asetial Or.oz.o a
whlo : 1arenly hv 111 kfofiled Ik bonid
Iin i:.'ea ll.. t et pionage of' it, d '
at Forit Bliss if the formler distator'
were rearrested today, and ini iew
of the sympal~fthietIc feelinug displayed In:
El Paso toward I luerta, the losibility
o1 his remloval to so:ne city distant4
fr'om the border wvas eonsideired cer
Officials hero wvere much disaplpoint
ed when Huterta wvas priompltly releas- 4
ed on bond when first arrested. The4
first belief prevailed tonight that the4
new bond has been made practically
The position or the Washington Gov- "
emnment is that Huerta's return to
Mexico would complicate the situatIon 4
at a time when President WIlson is4
working out splans for a pacification of
Conditions in Mexico City are still
critical, accordIng to such meagre ad
vIces as have been received. Fronm the
fact that foreigners are unmolested,
however, and that the international
relief committee has sufficient sup
plies to feed the poor familIes, offi
cials believed the situation might be
considered as having improved.
Better Than Life Insurance.
Twenty-five cents invested in a hot
the of Chiatmberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remed'y /will enable
you to protect your, fa 1Wly from any
serious con sequencd ~ ,,esulting from
an attack of colic or iarrhoca during
the summer months. In that not bet
Iter than life insurance? Buty it now.
it may save life. For sale by all
Card of Thtanks.
We desire to thank our many friendds
and neighbors for the maniy acts or
kindness and wordls of sympallthy3
sp~oken in this our time of great sor
row, caused by the death of 0our datrl
ing baby, 10thel. May Glod's rIchest
blessIngs rest tupon them all.
.\ir. and Mr . A. C. PhIllips. .
I hlteeby annifounc myCi3self as a ean
didlate fotr Conigress frotm the F'ourlth .
('onre'ssitonal Di1struipt , subject to thte
ru I's of' the Dem'lOt' Illtic 11aty3.
SA M J. N[IHOLLS.
fording .sou a!] the enjoyment and satisfact ion
that the four sides, top and bottom of the big
package cant hold.
Only the inner sweetmeat of the choicest
Indian corn is used. These selected hits of corn
are cooked, seasoned just right, rollkd anid toastedl
till they are big, crackly, golden-brown crisps
Then into the big, familiar, yellow carton, go
the Toastie-s-- -fresh-sealed!
The wax wrapper keeps out moisture, dust
and taint, and you get these flak:es just as they
leave the factory ovens---fresh, crisp and delicious
ready to serve direct frorn the package.
Post Toasties are so superior to the ordinary
brands of '"corn flakes" that you will [e well re
paid for making the distinction in name.
There's a package for you at your grocer
ask for it.
---The Superior Corn Flakes
Mr. Miller, as seen by others
\ r (ai . \ . .\I . proii nent i o mal f iu-e i r
Grieer is ao taitl Iee(forli biongress over1 inte i ii oth dist It.
I r(-e i (lt s I I t tl I uc eu farmer utl. i t i ne oifle ts he hIli
con res i letd
deliberate opinion that he is I do man who will live up Itt
his pledges. lie is a Mlde fpor , thinker and a hunle of +
energy. His life is'a reord o adhievment, not of promises. +
hFai thful in his fIiendthips and in al positions of trust, he
has shown by these that. he can be depended upou 'to live u
to his promises for' future usefulness.
Anr. Miller is opposed by Col. Tbe Motrgan, ltawyer and
bank president of Greenville; Col. Samti Nidholl, lawyer, of +
S epartanhug; Judge Jdhnjlson, probate judge of Jniovn county +
and Robert J. Giantt, lawyer, of Spartanburg. 'The voters +
>of tie Fourth district thave a good opponiunity to show t'heir 4
preference for a representative of the liargest elaris of citizen-4
>ship of tthe district.--Greenwood Index.4
Still Sticking to It.
Prices on Sugar, Flour and other commodities
have gone up since our announceenent of prices,
but we still have enough on hand to sell at the old
prices. Take advantage of our good luck.
7 t bs Good Roasted Cof'ee................$1.00
25 lbs Sack Suger .... ......... ..'.......1.70
10 lbs Loose Compound Lard ..............100
Straighit Patent Flour this Week .... ......6.25
Fancy Patent Flour, tihis Week. .... ...... .6.75
Cash is King and knocks the spots out of
credit. Pay cash and pay less.
J. C. Shell & Co.
F'IN AL NETTIM ENT. Ayj~SfSltihe t nlett(
Take notile that on the 23rd day ofr t the pacae
ly, we will render a final a scounteor t th na
our aets and doings as Administra- h igcam gis adet owl
rs of tne estate oft"ecrn Frank- tt o or etwel e
n. deceased, i )t-ofkinee of the diiction i
i Thre of Probatof Laurens county yydir gra
1 o'cloelk, a. mi., andi on th.e same 1 .l- lln
17 will a ly for a finial discharg
ta sato anypers indebted mo a
ar-T e nerotire andrnid Folakepy
haviMler s e n clim agint sidestn il