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After Four Years of Discouraging I had gotten so weak I could not stand,
and I gave up in despair.
Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave At last, my husband got me a bottle of
Up in Despair. Husband Cardul, the wonan's tonic, and I coin
Came to Rescue, inencet taking it. From the very first
dose, I could tell It was helping me. I.
can now walk two miles without its
Catron, Ky.-in an Interesting letter tiring me, and am d ing all my work."
from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock If you are all ru down from womanly
writes as follows: "I suffered for four troubles, on't a up in 4 pair. Try
years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, t4 wo an'stonic. It has helped
this time, I could only sit up for a little more that a million women, in its 50
while, and could not walk anywhere at )ears of inuous success, and should
all. At times, I wo'.ld have severe pains surely help\ ou, too. Your druggist has
in my left side. sold Cardui for years. lie knows what
The doctor was called in, ad;; h: teat- it will do. Ask him. He will recoin.
ment relieved me for a while, but I was iend it. Begin taking Cardui today.
soon confined to my bed again. After t" to: Cdrnka paine Co.. Liaies'
ASS b o.u t.. Tn a. enn.. for ,Spjwcil
iw rw 'w on },,tic ,nt 6; - r.'i;:eh k t 'nn. ou0
that, nothing sceted to do me any good. .1 retktt ivr \o;:.ent in plain wr-pr. .0
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The Supremacy of
't Peruna as a
44 Years of Leadership
Returned to His Work. A Houcowifo Restored.
Mr. Julien Goudentt, Flrwinville, Ln., Ars. R. 1. ('niteln. Box 22, f'reens
iiered with ctarrh of th stomach. horn, (in.. ii flirt i a'veri years with
ito clirt not know what his trouble wag. catarrh of t' ito'ilh. ihe was in
He was tunbi to work. ('t,ul hartily oizeh ioor lica It si ci ill out ati fl
cat anything. After tiking I'eruna a to her iuuti'lo I l tt: es it ill. Perits
short tir:1 ho is now in perfect health. wits tee .t i l y iit.ore. She
lie says: "I aint How cioing all my ii s i n ii to i u ,, ti n of Peru.
work. I ain confhlent that any oni z.:t. r;,";.": ..\fier taking flvo hot.
rufiering as I was could be cured by t J of I trz:a f I iiat Pl to iv that
r'crolna.' a iu l i i. j l~.M/ Ii t Iuz is
Every Change of Weather. ltiytic.
AMr. 1P. Aruiolei, westerly, iR. T., c on
t rn-tel a ieverao i. 'lito cbi . is .et.,~3 tzt~ * ~
th'ei In hais i-it andl prodeltat t(11. ( coe l. t :~ tit ~ i' Lei~
ition timi wzas thouight- to I in tloiy. ia~ih a I:t-: h -ahi
.l'very chianzgi cf it-ather wouldi bring a ci-z-. ;i : ; -th-iIk,
retit cf is; trtnh. Aft--r tlikIng Pti. lvt zh-t:i to -: s ti lii I
ruuin tlill hs intsi luoro vziaihlaI. iititltati, 'iiP iariI
Pain in the Stomach. i a ltllti iilIug
"ruoh.y':iuu-fti tk Graitde
th a inol :t it n i in~ i tin s t c~nh,. I za i-t iu 1 -iC rtiiv 'crnt. hi
.fl!ui l youar ii vi--.,a:..i uip thr- o -at 1:. al-tii(\rju u
-.iitile ca: c- ar Iciertinn, au::th I i'a tsi :tl~ it r reivr. F ritti
rt-iht tnow. I tan very tun:fu 1: . -ar ii i;cnatca.A ld ot
oncemcrbyPetna.The huseive rsouef Retored.i
vryda, veywer. urly tis is w. soplendi wo% 2,rk.
Anyhig tatconeres ham ryoif and msuf thenhoyerswt
noteceir-bleandcomortule nori-h ehear rob ot oftn~
civiliertion. heruna hu a greatlcivilizer
Aw- his w a In'nn C tl Cei ie offeu
Eveybdytht tieh'zn ofes itn apy n that
ofal cffes Yu r it-t ontrel risk. .f, Iiaftr i
you have used the entire y tntgoneac
codig o iecios.yo res no . aied. wi(;nth v',E
iti eeywatho ouir can'e away1 u an aroi
you gocrtvrfudomo. H aie'll: (10 ois th
*Expresses Her Cratitude
Ross Catterton Weds In Walterboro
Court Soon After Verdict Ia Ile.
Walterboro, March 12.-A very in
teresting week of the court of gen
eral sessions was concluded yesterday
by the hearing of appeal cases and
special motions. Frank P. McGowan
of Laurens presided as special judge,
and his work has been generally satis
factory. ie has ruled in a firm man
ner, displaying great familiarity with
the questions handled. The newly ap
pointed court stenographer for the
Fourteenth circuit, W. L. Rodrigues of
Charleston, was on hand for this term
of the court. Judge Peurifoy recently
appointed I'. Rodrigues, who has
taken hold of his work with much
energy and ability.
There were three very important
murder cases tried at this term of the
court, all three of which lesulted in
verdicts of not guilty. The first mur
der case tried was that against Nat
Smoak and Ross ('atterton, both
prominent white men, who were
charged with the murder of Mr.
Smoak's brother. They sustained to
the jury their plea of self-defense and
were acquitted. Soon after the ac
quittal the marriage of Mr. ('atierton
to the daughter of Mr. Smoak took
place in court, the ceremony being
performed by .1udge .\IeGowan.
Wilkes Lane was tried and aequitted
of the killing of Isham Padgett. lane
showing that when he shot Padgett
had a shotgun pointed at him as if
in the act of shooting.
The Third m11uiler case was against
a negro, Ezekial Simmons, and this
also resulted in an acquittal. Thei-r
were several minor cases tried. .1. C.
'aite' was acquOitted of obtaining
money under false pretenses.
I.eniency marked the attitude of
.Judge McGowan in sentencing vio
lators of Ithe dispensary Iaw who
pleaded guilty, and suspended sn
sences were the order of the week.
On1e while mtan pleaded guilty to the
ela rge of sioring whiskey and received
a seunence of 1111n ine or three months
all of which would he suspended oil
iayment of $1). .je Chisoln, a negro.
pleaded guilty to selling whiskey and
was filned $100 or three months on the
cliaingang, $50 of which was suspend
ed. Two white men and two negroes.
whose cases have been on the docket
for some time, came in and pleaded
guilty and received suspended sen
tences entirely. Ilowever, if they are
again guilty of selling whiskey they
must forthwith serve a sentence of
three months without the alternative
of a fine.
Sollior John Ii. Peurifoy repre
sented the State this week, having suf
fleiently regained his health to again
take up his duties actively.
(common pleas court will assemble
Monday and will probably last al of
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iTHICK, GLOSSY HAIR
FREE FROMl DANDRUFF
Iin .iour ailr! obeits beauty in
If youi (nre fo l Ia vy ha ir. thati
glisten i, vt ih bautyll amit is rauiianit
1'ossi and( is liuff'y iil lustrlous, try
diately, isolve~s every pirtclem of dani
drf;i t ii anno' (01ht hav i'c. hea vy,
hel thyi hiri' f you halve (landru1ff. Thi~s
lustre, it.s strengthi andl its very le.
and1( if inot o lervo01a1 it. ip'(iduces, a fe'r
ii iss and1 I i1.hing of' th iscalp11: thei
i) 1 1. hai 'ibi out Iai 5iit. r I i
tel lii iit aU('en ho1t V1of Know hin'
WasI ieie at any dru.e.i -lie re you li'et
We ir'ely blieive, rengardiliss of
everything el;" advertised. llhat if you
d11ie soft. lustro s beaut i(lilifulI ha ir
and1( hits oif it - no dandrui'lff- -noi huch
ling s('ali and1( no miore falIng hair ---
50o1 use Knlowiton's D~anderine. If
eiventually---why nIot now?
Manninig and (Cooper.
Idle tales are0 being repealed and(
denied IT) some of tile newspapers of
thle up I-Countriy to the purpI'hort that
suppilor'ter's of Mr. Cooper have assid
(busly sent it. abroad fliat Governor
Manningfl has lost po0pu1laity'lI). The
State has n10 Information about 'hell,
bu1t it risk s nothl ig in assertIng thait,
so far as Mr . (Cooper is concerned. his
me1(t1hds will lbe manly11 and clean1 and
that. lie ha~is sauId notilng ablot
Governor01 Mia n ning that lie w.ould 110t
say iti publ)1Ic. F~urlthermnore, TIhe
State would( ret(uire Ci ndis isltablIe proof
hefore 01etetaining for aL momenit be
lief that Mr. Cooper has entered into
any sort of tunworthiy comil)nation 0or
trande inimiaci to what he believes the
public interest. Sensible peopleC will
be slow to belle~e anything discredit
able to the political mnethods of Man
ning or oonner.-'lhn Sita
"DOP"T DO i'l"', SHE ADVISES
1WOULD-BE MOVIE ACTRESSES
3Miss Edna Mayo, Co-Starring In "Mary
Page," Writes to Ambitious Girl.
Miss 'Edna Mayo( co-tar with henry
Walthall in "The Strange Case of
Mary Page," the moving picture series
that is being shown at the Idle Hour
'litheater every Friday, advises girls
to lay away their ambitions to get into
Hero is part of a letter she wrote re
cently to a Laurens girl who had writ
ten to Miss M1ayo asking advice:
"You ask me how to get into moving
pictures. My only answer is 'Stay
Out.' It is not the easy life it looks
to be as you sit in your theater chair
and watch a production like "T'he
Strange Case of lary Page'.
"You say you would like to have a
part like mine and wear gowns made
by Lady Duff Gordon.
"I wish you could. I sincerely (10,
but I don't believe you can.
"I ha 'e been a very lucky girl, and
I enjoy my Work hugely, but
"I have seen much sorrow around
mIe in my moving picture work. Ilun
dreds are struggling along as extra
EDNA MAYO n,
MA C A$TRAEGC CASF 0"' MARY PAGE
irls, who never will get any farther
hundreds like you, who would be much
happier at. home with a husband and
"The chainces are all against you.
The battle is not worth the prize. My
temperament is especially suited to
moving jpictur e work. I am strong
and not easily disturbed. I enjoy my
profession better, I believe, than I
would a home. I have always been an
actress. laver since I was a little girl
I have been appearing in public. I
was fortunate, and I am-happy.
"But you, who have a home and
friends, stay with them.
"Do you realize that. each scene in
'.\ary Page' was taken over and over
again until it was perfect ? 1)o you
realize the terrible tiredness that
comes after a nerve-wrenching day's
work before the camera under glaring
"I love to help girls who are strug
gling to get alotig in miiovi1g lictures.
lt thle best help I ('an giv-e tem Is to)
kteep t i t . f 01It, to pertsua~de thern
Iio stay at home, to miiy- one or those
iline (ountg tmen tiIhey kntow an ito1 hav'e
a lit tie htomei of~ their owt.'"
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time 'acancyv mtust hi Illied by C'on
groissmta n Sami .1. N icholls by3 April 8,
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