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WIEN EVEIRY MOVE HURTS
Iame overy 'niorning, achy and stIff
all day, worse when It's damr or chil
ly? Suspect your kidneys and try the
re1Uedy your ieighbors used. Ask
Mrs. 10. 1L. RiddIle, 125 H olmes St.,
Lautrens, says: -lidney trouble got
the upper hamnd of tue several years
awo aid .1 felt iaiserable. Nly back
and shouldere felt as if there was
it leavy weight onl them, and aggra
vaLing pains iok tle life and amiu
Hol out of mI. I had1(1 blinding dizzy
b'a'k before my eyes. Mornings I
wa .40 laine vini sore I could hardly
drs.When I ithtit over, I had to
hold ol to som)iethilg, andit headaches
soiuld ofivn < onie onl adil I thought my
Zttl woulid !;plit. Aly kidneys din't
act as they ho Ild. either. I got
itnatn's Killney Pill't at1 tite Powe Drug
C'o. and1( -they soon! ;11 Illy Idneiys it'
e..1Ad cottlition. I continued itsing
D ani's anitt ii 'tiorely (ured eit( of
Pain in Stomach, Soum ness,
- Gases and Acidity relieved
with "Pape's Diapepsinl"
oI ! :l om:i h will keel IJi !(
w It W 11-1 y(ou I mI ah; (Ion't
nd % v aifrtbe:w en
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nlo h .:oisn
sy-11 of 110.
lt 111R1t Caloda
Cm(AlT ole oisgns
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Con, 'rstColmS C..R
WILSON AND BRYAN
DIFFER ON LEAUE ti
(Coutinued froi Page One.) d
America and the judgment of tle peo
[I- is entered."
Iiornier Ambassador Gerad: "The A
ottry detmands that both sides get u
togetier. that a compromise be made i
and peace given the world." (
Formert Speaker Clark: "Democratic g
aevointill ishntents during the last six
yels ititie the party to 1a long lease 1
The host of I)eiocrats on hanid for I
the dinln' had swamped tle available I
accomtiino(lations of any onloN hotel In
town and tle party was divided into t
two dinners at twa'o separale hotels. a
hlock apart. Nationali Chairman Cum
Imings; piresided at one and Vice Chair
nmnl Krkeer at the oth(r. The diinI g
o0ms wer packed, tichets were at a <
preininn11 an(d there were inany disa p
poilted one,; s'who had to content tlein- I
ses with straining theIr ears at the
Ilot i i n liiilers beg'ani with toasts
drunk to tihe health of President Vii
.on, the guests elevating goblets of
Potolmae river water.
At thev dinnler. where M~r. Cunnn111ings
prt'sided, Vice President AlarhAftll was
suated at the rigilt. and Secretary lant
sing at tihte left. Two woinen. \l s.
eCiorge Iass of (Colorado and l's.
(Chares Tiffany, of New York, were at
the speakers' t:bl. At tile dinner
over wh-Iich .\r. Kremer11 Mrsde \rs.
Poter. Ob-en of .\lnne:ota :mt .11 th10
T!e: m : Of 1.a:00 1 ad':
110h dil .' !.oing :' ni one to the
lth r 1 ' arious rdlri< . .\: . ono ti:,I(
na : st rn r 'ax.C Ollio: l
\\ .t l d.
\ litpi 'h a 'iir . .\ t--n i t lIr l Pil
me I:;,t :4. ie n, nm tw' Pk1 lI iisc
shill. Owen' 'n, \C li:vn .1. Bryan.
::'d l'r t' \\'i l onll illn-:wit w
I t' It o th.
I.iveryIot ly ait 11lth phile'' tiswas hu?%t1.
i t' 1 with s pe1 i n
k ' wial, lie idetu \\'b1 n t ida \it r
bryn were 'i t say. Thre wPar
rtimoisio a s 'lit i .iit! ient. hil twevet
t ''1ed t l al it i 't him ser' y T
ov : Ia Ive )(;I vec Ireaty v quelis
tos ( 1 t a1ir o m fmt l t he Iull tof
o I% of y . I I -I l .ll It it
\\51' lik hii :n 'lunns in hi
0 i'nin1 :1 d1 e l - o ar Itd "Ilon ight w
i k e imilite n r I iit I f AlndrO w
oi lkcrIs. :-mdl at cantothr whe Ihe Ie.
clated( Ihc D*emlorra loolod forward
to thit 'u paini kl 1 20 w it Ihe
uitmlost confid.-nce. Iwo b lleueena
tit:o lieflin of th Alatoama, te (i s o
411d -' heIred is- char. 'llnt's IrIleInce
t0 I tPrsid lt Wio 1111 " ws N -Ite r
Ta he wa ' 1k) soultcil itt th'e big
b1 ri (lmthieet s to icert s it e rin:
a ti he ii ii r I ol~ehv to i e oih
.oinall be itdy no. :u en 1h :act hef
liil he112 g a t's tAll live"' wa u ng.dre
IlILu0les. (lilfH n kahm x
ost today was a matter foi\'Specula
on, pending reports, offilcials of tile
Yo states were trying to identify the
Lsease and emPloy mleans for check
ig its spread.
Topeka, Kans., and .Muskogee, Okla.,f
pparently were the worst suffereric
,t Topeka 200 cases had been report
d and 'unoillcial estimatei placed the
umb11ler at 1,000. Many sehiool clil
ren were among those Ill. At Alusko
ec there were about :300 cases.
LNo fatalities were reported, at either,
'lace and ite death list from the imal
(.y remnained at four, all at Sklatook,
he little Oklahomiia town N' where it fit
Pile prevaleit. The situation at
sklatook was b elieved to be unldelr con
State he1alth departi'tv1lt inspectors
;cnt to Sklatook to investigate were
xected to furnish information today
hat -wold assist the aithoiities in
lassifying tile epideilliC.
Conferences of phyiianlls were held
ast ight at Topeka and I'tskogee.
Som1e of ti( doctors expressed the he
lef that the mahi'dy was a form of
lysentery. while others were of the
)I)ini1on0 it was aI gnastric form of in
e year y u
I preciati.ve t
for ward to
which I hai
sales in cit3
iNr 1920 i1
I arn please
now will pi
SUIMMONS FO RUELIEF.
State of South Caroinq,
County of Laureii.
COURT OF COMMON PjjI-As.
Janie Bland, individually, and as ad
mninistrator of estat) of Martin B.
Poole, deceased, Plaintiff. I
SIelen .P. llanter, Lillian C. Bloom
field, toy W. -unter. 'and his only
child, whose nam'o Ia not knovn, but
who is :?onetiies ?ailled 13111, Elu.
gene S. liminter, Alinile B. Williman,
Thelma Williinan. Andre Willimian,
Franklin \YVilliman, Otoria \Villiman,i
Maille HieW. 0. Hunter, Janie
It. ilun t-i, 0lelen li tnter an1(d %lary
To ithe Deendants abo%*e named
Yol are hereby sum'.moned ani(d re
<iuired to an nEr the complalit ii)
tiii aireio't -rx h~licl a copy ia hei-r
with servd 11))o you. 11and to serve a
copy of you' answer' t. s1aid complaint
ilon the sbcis at the office of
Simpson. Cooper it& UBA.b, at Laurens,
South Carolina, -within twenty days
after the service hereof, exclusive of
the (lay t orSuch service; and If you
fail to answer he complalnt within
th( t imie ifj'resa1d, the Plaintiff in this
octionl v:ill a)ply -O the Court for the
re(lief demnutlded in (h. complaliut.
1t. (). prl10)y.
DIAl4 & TODD.
31PSON, C000u1 & BABB,
Plain iff's Attorneys.
Daled November 21, A. 1). 1919.
st close"' was the ba
and insurance busi
o my customers and
as being still better
re in Laurens and L
stic over the future.
real estate, farm
EX ECT TO Ma
d to refer to mylfor:
Id increase, as they.:
ofit by their -investr
ave several good pi
farm property that
..See me if you
ro Thelma Williman, Andre Williman,
Franklin Williman, Otoria Williman,
and Bill Hunter:
You are hereby notiiled that you
ire rquired to procire the appoint
ment: of a Guardian ad Litem to ap
pear and c(fend this action in your
behalf, wl'.nin twenty days after the
s9rvice of the V summons lireit up1)on
you, and *' you fail to -procure such
appointnient, the plaimuiff will, oi the
twenty-flr11.ty aftor such service,
apply to the Judge of Probate for said
County at h'- office in Laurens, at ten
o'clock in 'he forenoon. for an order
appointitng 1ome competent antid sult
able person tus GImardihn ad Lteui to
apoi'etr an: deofend th said action In
It. 0. PURlh -DY.
DIAL & TO).
E11PON, COO11loAt &. IABtI,
To the ab ent ) eudents, loy H1un
tr Bill 11 inter, 'Th-411mai11 Villiman,
Andre Willman an.1 Otoria Willi
You will (1ake lotice tLt he Suni
mons an-d o.mplatint herein were illed
I the offi': of Clerk of Court of Comn
111011 Pleas for I aurueus County, at
latrons C. HI., S. C., 4)., November 21,
1919, anid is now oil We therein.
11t. 0. PilltDuY,
DIAL & TOD).
SI.M P.ON, 300'011 & IJAIil,
-Plain tiff's Attorn'eys.
nner year in my r
ess, for which I am
fniends. ie year
than 1919. The
%urens county causeE
During the past ye
, stocks, insurance
\KE IT HALF A
rner predictions thai
Lhave, and that thos<
nent. Real estate
'opositions in busin
I will be pleased to
want to sell, bi
on': blas;t your Liver and
Bowels, but take
You men and women who can't get
Ieling right- -who have headache,
Ioated tongue, bad taste and foul
bireatl, dizzineltss, can't sleop, are bil
ious, 1 ervio a ndapsAt, bothered with
ii stlg..'. hree tOmTflh and1(
Ao, yu ket-plug your liver and
howvels celein with Casearets, or shock
ing yoillr iiisides every fewr days with
Caliomuel, iSalts. Oil and violent pill1?
Casearets work whille you sleep;
they cleanse the stomach, remove the
wour, undigested, fermenting food anti
Foul ases; take the excess bile from
tle liver aid carry, out. of the system
all the constiiated -wa.uto matter and
pol;sn iln the bowels. (Cascarets nov
er gripe, sickei or catise inconvon
nece and Ca"carets ecst so little too.
the Quinine That DOos Not Affect the tieaf
liecn.se of its tonic mid I~aative effect, LAXA.
TINv- UROMO QUININIs better than ordinity
(uiniue ni does not enuse nervousness not
I '1ing in head. Reincbn'er ite full ntatne ntd
ook for the cignature of L:. IV. GROVE,. 30c.
1920 1 look
me to feel
ar my total
ay of rent