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In tho morning when you ought
t9 be fresh and vigorous is a sure
sign of A torpid liver and bilious
state of the stomach and boWels,
To avoid a sick spell givo your
system a thorough cleansing. For
this purpose there is no temedy
more wholesome and effective
DR. M. A. SIMMONS
The Old Original iver Powder
Its- excellent purifying and in
vigorating influende brings about
an immediate improvement. You
feel better from the first dose.
The bowels move freely so that
the system is soon rid of the
bilious impurities which are
clogging the vital organs. When
the stomach and bowOels have
been cleansed the sleepy feelipg
disappears, the mind bcc ries
cheerful, the digestion g and
the body active and gorous.
Dr. M. A. Simmot ver Medi
cine is now put up handsome
,lithographed tin box.
Ask for the Tin Box
Pricc 25 Cents
C.F. Simmons Medicine Co.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
This le a prescription d especially
for MALARIA or CHI 6IA& FEVER.
Five or six doses will br 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
CHICHESTER' S PILLS
A I.d .Ive A.e'yNia ris YiAGt
yearsknown as letftuII, Alwaya Reit
Sil RY i)RI'GfiiSTS F~VIILI|
111 rns S. C.
Simpson, Cooper & &k(bb
Attorneys at Law.
Prompt Attention Given All Business
WiYlI Priactico In all State Cour'ts
H. S. BLACKWELL
Attorney at Law
Proipt attention given to all Business
Mloney to loaun on itjfl Estate
Office 'lione 350 lle1 ence Phone 95
0111ce in Slitunonl Building
J akin h-IS
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in he re a ion~
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enjoxmen4 ij ea
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PAY ,PATIENTS IN TIlE ASVLUM.
More Striirent fluleis 1Harve, leen
Adopted. Board of Regents Fixes
Columbia, .1111y 30.-At a meeting
this moriing the. board of regents of
the State l0o1)ital for the Ini9sane nct
ed upon the reports made by the fiscal
agent of tie state board of charit ies
and corrections on the financial status
of patlonts at the state lospital and
that of the relatives and- patients. 1By
,1esol uti on, the board of regents fixed
Its policy in regard to reports of the
The reports tpon, the filancial Mtattis
of bll'letfhriy patients and thel i rela.
f iv(s, whoin the fiscal agent Crvota
mended Ie retiuired to pIay in whole0 or
in part for their freatimient ani mam
IIale t e tate Ilos pal, were
Imssed u1pon one bly onm" b3 the board
h'le re(ports uliillf.ted fiI.; morningl
by thl fiscal agienit covorel-1 the ('olni
ies of I l lii111.d, 1 lion, A.larlh o,
C hesterilelu, lIrIligton, Floi'eice, Ma
rion, iiorry, Geoi-getowln and Willhims.
) urg. The report showed C'at tle
flinancial stati: of :!(;7 vatien t and
that of their relatives In tlhse ten
counties lhad been iIvestI -a I .a Iby Itie
fiscal agenrt of the state board of chal
ities arid col'recdl:)m:. The boardl of
re.'ilt wen it ilt 0 the renlorit of Ih
fiscal agelIt Very thoioIgly, conid
erIing separatfely :all of the! reortl~.:
where any claneerv was 0 reIomil.iendil
from that of a f'nelihIry atlent to
a -lf-Supporting or suppiorn' ilatent.
In fixing its polley iI regard 1. whldt
i'latives of patieni shouhii he liable
for support of patlent e, tle board was
goveneI largely by tlie opillion oil
til, pollit given 5'somv) V.k.-s ."go to
the state board of charililo. :111( (*'or
reef ions by tle at tornevy gen''ral. 'T'he
board decided that in 'ases whe'r the,
patileats themselve.; ,had no 1 incoei 1the
onIly relatives who .o'tld he hel l egal
ly liable for the payimeit of' the 'ost
of his Imaintenance aid tre'alinen of
the State Ilospital wera "fatlier for
his nilnor child" and a "bushand for
flowever, file boari of regents de.
lated that it conl ier red fathers, mo11n1.
01rs sisters, brotiers and chilldlren of
all patients at the State Hospital mor
ally, if not legally, boind to pay,
when able, for their sulppolrt and. treat
nent and denided i consequenc y "to
attempt to Induce such relatives to
assume the support of the innat3 '-n
whole or In part."
LOOK IHERE FOl IT.
3na itLaurens Hleader Will lie ]In
W'hen people reqad about tlie cuires
inade by a me(Ilcine endorsed fromn I
'ar away, is It surprising that they
wonder' If the statements are true?
fluit When thtey read of cases righti.
here at homne. positive proof Is with
in their reach, fol' close investigat lon
is an easyi matter. Read Laurens (%i
dorselielt of Doan's Kidney- PIlls.
.J. W. Ileriderson. S. I Ia r 6r St., La
rels, says: ".\y i kidney, were badly
disordered and I suffer d from a1n1s
In thle smnall of may, ha C. I felt nier
vouIs and~ out. of 5so 'ts. .\ly kidneys act
edi too freely at ti . ., then again the
secretions were se ty andl paInful In
pasrage. I had1( dul I pains in the toip
of my head arnd I nioticedi sedinient inl
the kidney secretIons aftei' they were
allowed to standl awhile. lDoan's Kid
naey Pills, that I got at. tile Latirens
:i'ug Co., rel Iev'ed .e 1)s soo.1 as I
took them an 1one(ra box iXxed me 'ip ill
P ri1 eS, ij al ea iers. Do I'l s m
ply3 Iisk f(or a kildney remn - t1
D~oan's KIdney ills-thle samie that .\lr
3IAltiiEI) AND h'NM.\titiEI).
Statistlers on Eniglishtmen ofi 31 liiairy
L~ondon, .1 uly 20--Inr view of the
talk 0.of i$ oseli tilon, atI least for un1
miarried Engil~iei.hmn wvide intecrest alt
taches to l..agur s ('omiled by the it
ishi ('en~1S littoials5 11 to the numbifer'
of miarr iedi and runmairir1ied En gilihmen
of iliitrr anl. The igur'es, which ali
11ly only to Kngalnd anid W\als, show:
Single men(1, agedh I8 to :35. :1,002,000;t
miaried mien, I18 to 35s, i ,93:,000; single
men(1 35~ to 10, 21,';000; miarr1ied mien,
:35 to -10, I,002.000.*
Ilet weon thle ages of 15 and 65--fthe
ages prlescribled in the national regis
try. blil, there are 11, i00,000 mten and
I2,0:;t,000 womenc, mariried and1( unmnar
FOUR D)IIOWNED) AT IJEACII.
Young Mant l'oishes in Einort to Sare
Wilmilngton, Del., Augulst 1.-Thrnee
gIil and a mian wereC drlowned a Fen
ton's Beach, near' here, today. Tne
man, Irvin McCall, 21 years of ago,
gave hisa life ti'ying to save Ruth
Craig, 16, the only one of the' girls
drowned whose Idlentity is known. Me
Cail, .Johin J. Murphy, Miss Craig anid
two othier girls were In a row boat
that capsIzed. Murphy saved one girl.
McCall could not swim, but made' a
deosperate effort to roach shallow wa
fer wIth Miss Craig. The fourth vie
tiri was a y'oung woman who lost her
life while bati1ng..
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ihe (Icaplll)Ineit of tlie Fiirst Regi
fent, South Carolina National Gu Iardl,
c"omles to an end today, anld it Is grati
fying to kilow that the uilailirus and
1inicoll(radleted testilioiny of thios "'ho
ia ve takeI) Im3r11 1 1t is Ihat it 1a s
beeni a comp llete suicces. Ollci's and
InCi have thoroughly -enjoyed their
stay .at the Isle of Palmis, and they will
return to their homes thoroughlfl re
freshed notwithstanding the hard
work they have been called upon to
do. This is inmportant, becauae many
of the 1inen0 Who go on these elcamlip
1nents are b1l( to sceit io othtiri hol
iday, anad the pleasaiter and iore In
terest irig tiese niillta1y 10 t-ng. can
be ade the liveller the interlest'which
will ie stimlulatd in the National
hut the enaipmillelit, for all its
pleasIres, has been 110 Ilerc pieniic
afair., It has been cia ractelied by
in1uch11 solId I list ictlon ad hard, prac
tcal work. Four capable ollicers frotm
the lnited States army have been onl
hand1( thr1oulghouit thle enca IIIpinentll and(
all ar- agreed that to Capt. GIrahamlin
and hi-s assocates Is due a laige share
of IIe Irdi for wiat has been IC
conplisied. A f1atu1re of the encaip
11et1. i as beeni tlie experience tIe
luen lihavo enjoyed In both mIlitary
and range shooting. TI Is is he first
4e111IpuluI where the re has been a
ralgo convenliient. .it which tho m1en
could secure this very il iportati. pic
tice and they hav-e beei especially iII
tere std ill thi work an(d mu11ich hone
lid t hI Ile insruc1 Iildtidon IIhe'y have re
ceived in connection with It.
CoL. Hlyth [1-,( h1s1L olfiuers anld menl
'all leave ('harleston in the hill as
alran 0 that tihey have made a highly
favor-able impression locally not only
I he II(, 11aner in h t hiiieli 11e elicail -
m11ent has beeni coiducted and the
splendid order observed but also on
account of the fine military appear
ance of the mn101, and especially tile
precision shown in the parade. which
would really have (lone credit to the
graduates of a first class military
school. TJ'hese are inatters which hIve
beeni made the subject of general coim
ment. it 1. evident also, and this is
especially gratifying, that the members
of the National Guard in this State are
more hopeful and enthusiastic at the
present time than they have been for
many years past. If only the proper.
encouragement is afforded by the State
and national goverilments the future
of the militia organization is un
doubtedly very bright.
A Medicine ('hest fori 2e.
in this (hestyou havo al excellent
reilledy fo I Tootlhac Ie. Hriises,
Sprains, Stiff Neck. liaekahell, Neuiral
gia, liellilatism1 and for Ilodst emer1l'
glies. One 25c hottle of R!oan's Linl
imnit does it ali l--this hee:mis I wse
ailmenits are symptolls, lot diseases,
and are caused by congstion and inl
tlamination. If you douti, ask those
whlo use Sloan' ,S Linunenwit, or hIwter
,'till, )uy a 250c hollit ani prove it.
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* RIESOIA~'IONS. *
* a a a a a a a a a a a a a *
Wher'eas, 'Divine Priovidenice has -.by
the hand of deathI rcmiiovedl friom us,
llrothier .John W. F'ergulson, whlo had1(
lbored amilongst t he eiraft. duin 1g 1110
gr'ea lest ipor'to lofI ai long and1 honor01
able career', thierefore
Ihe it resolved( by the memberw is of
Palmet101to Lodge, No. I19 A. F". M.
1. 'Thai In the lih'ith of Hirother' F'ei
guson01, thle hldgel hai. 1(ost file serlvices
of a Itrue anld triedi mi(iebe and the
bre'thren01 a loyal friendlt.
1i. That we sy n ptize.' withhi
friends and family in thceir' hereaseI
10 suitably3 ins('rihed !i the mnemiory of
(our decead'i(i111 bohi', and~ that an
engrossedl copy'0 of .e* resot Ions be
senlt to Is family.
* EhO03 1,0('s LS. *
* * .e a
(aried' on0( ai t 1'nion Chur1 ich this week
by the pastor, Rev. .1. 0. MartIn.
A faitly r'eunion wa':s en110oyed 01n
last WVednesday' at the 1home1 of Mr'.
anid Mrs. R. H. ('oley biy their child ren
Mi'. and~ Mr's. Norr'el of near' Waie
Shoals, spent Suntday wi1th Mri. anid
Miss 10mma 1011eldge of tile lPplar
B(ection, is sperndlng a while with 1her
Misses Pearl, 1Evelyn and )ol1ie (Cul
bertson, visited their slslter, Mr's. Mat
tie Hurts, Iast week.
Mr is. Lizzie Godfrey is on1 a v'isit .to
her son1, Mr. Y. A. Godfrd'y, lit W~arp
Miss 'Laur'ence Cuilbertson spent the
week-end withl Miss ~id1le Culht ertson.
D~r. Cooper and' wife spent Th'iursdany
withl Mrs. Lou Cuibertson.
Busy August Days
We keep busy all time. We are not satisfied to "Lay Off" in
August. We make the attraction so great that wise people can
not offord to miss the great bargains that are pit out from day to
day. A few dollars go a long ways now. Best to :v 4Jl you can.
Just a few items for you to glance over, then a.i why we
are busy. Come you will find many others juvst C oo
S.\I1 1 11 V Is- Il L( \\ I-01: - (S. :" ' ilwh lit
I\lwin lapp xo.s .. ... .4 99 h 1.11 49
$5.00 Oxl dis . . $389 sh .s. .\ 1uiust 1 , v I
fI S i' )N1'OlI)>. I~ -. - - - -..I.S10
10 1% liidc 12~tl~\4.4L4
I. t .y i00 1 w Shots. A . Sal $2.49 S'. . 00
v:2.5 aind L:.H) ow Shoe11s. .\u 1 Ma -$1.99 .n' l'ah 9'9
oe lolt :35 l< 111 l t ;u114 .\li1s . n . 4 i
i voles 15 so h-. n Sall y -rg s -
TO CONTES REMNANT TA IL .)"!
All ONteST Ain bHere's a feast for those who
Wednesday, August 11th. them.
August is the month Reap the benefit ndonpor, i'. md f 'c
For of these savings, 50 Votes
BARGAINS and help your Number
at friend in the c On Minter Co.'s Panama
MINTER CO. test. Exposition Voting Contest
LAURENS, S. C.
Established 1894 1 B R T D
B. R. TODD
Engineering and Contracting
Land Surveys a Speialty
jaorete Work SkillfulL. done or In
-rawngs ind estinmates of all Kind..
Telephone No. 346
A E ANNO. r, . D lierstiD Prs. It. .isnight
l'EA'I11-* ItSTIO Ni- & h NI(GHT
* ~~ ' 4 . 1('1t ii'i~ t 1,11,1
Faculty of 33; 427 Students, from 20 States. Loies .C
.Accredited by Virginia State Board of Educa- u'i~ ltrte t irCe
tion. HunlfdredIs graduates nqw de~hing. lliteii'iijtad(rfiAti
$160 per year in Academic Dept.; $200 pesi- ar in College Dept. OQ*ptutit tii
The Leading Training ~:'hool fc Girls in Virginia ~~ ils~n
~t hel 101('~ul Pcos ? or ataoge 1(1( t'SS tiIne islrmp an haefu Atte
W hr-n aetsfn olg wit as.-. - C*d(4)J0a 41 laicc ite h
at 110l Uode atocos ? or ataogu a1dres1N I<5 .4 is 4 : ac t' ient t i 5 hao
G.P.ADAM, Seretay, LACKTONP VA. los s .tock ee id at N w-17 for ITwo
ihares of the 114nn01n htok of the
Real Estate Bargains ~
D. H. Count's dwelling, situate on West * rTmmra
. Main St., Laurens, S. C., on lot of four and
one-half acres. c~I~s1;ikl~idtg\
The home place o Mrs. Anna C. West g ana
near Poplar Springs Church, consisting of . ~ 2 ues s. c.
200 acres of well improved land, good~ _
Sdwelling and outhouses, on easy terms. ~
* House and lot of Mrs. Anna C. West y UNDERTAKING (
on west Main Street at a bargain for KENNEDY BROS.,
+ quick sale- 4 Undertakers and EmbalmeraN
~ ~~Some desirable farms, well improved,, $call..an.ered.an, hor., d.r or nigh.
near Laurens, at reasonable prices and on * 'AIURENS, S. C.
easyterms. I ANNOI'NCI2UENTi
.I.I hertoby anone s el as'i" a can-oue
46 ee of highly 1-mproved Imid, didae fo 1IongrI~he frmhe aourt
,( , , Cgressiona listrlict, subject to the
good bidings,' in town'i of Prmcei~ton. I utlis of the let'104Cra41 Party.
~~ 10 ace, n ile of Pincieton, N.SMNcIoT:
+ Laurens Trust Company ~ ttrrs an t n
. Macen, SeC'y.-Treas. PRA ('ThE rN ATL Co(Tfl''
4' oany to loan on Real Estat-.~