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Made over to your liking,
with rosy cheeks, hearty ap
pectites, vigorous diglestion and ro.
bust health. Give hcm a glass of
this delicious digestant with meals.
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SHIVAR MINERAL WATER GINGER
Nothing like It for building rich
blood and solid flesh. At all gro
cers and druggists-satisfactionx or
your mnoney back on first dozen.
If your regular dealer- cannot sup
ply you, telephone
DIXIE FLOUR & GItAIN CO.
Distributors for Laurens.
ier.:iney I(Eaitpar after (ri IIng tile
LAUIENS DRIIUO CO., Laurens, S. C
W. M. NASH
Terracing :: Leveling
Gray Court, S. C.
0. Langdon Long
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Enterprise NationallBank Building
All Legal BuAiness GiveU
Oil Tanks and Puminps, Air Com
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Safes, Store Fixtures.
T 11A 11ILTON SALES CO.
Columbin, S. C.
C. C. Featherstont W. B. Knight
FEATHERSTONE A KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
All Business Intrusted to Our Care
Will Have Prompt and Careftit Atten
Office over Palmetto Bank
Mr. Featherstone will spend Wednes
day of each week in Laurons.
Tlhe Lauirensi ,rg Co,, La.rens, S. C,
Dr. T. L. Timmermana
Laurens, South Carolina
Office in P'eoples Bank Building
C. E.KENNEDY & SON
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls answiered anty hour day or night
Simpson, Cooper & Babb
AttorneyA at Law.
Wili Practice in nll State Vourts
Pronmpt Attention Given All BusIins
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Prompt Attention Olvent All Business
Money to Loan on Real Estato
Office in Simmnien Building
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nervousness and sickness.
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restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying
and Enriching the Blood. When you feel
Its strengthenIng, Invigorating effect, see
how It brings color to the checks and how
it Improves the appetite, you will then
appreciate its true tonic valuo.
GROVH'S TASTH3LISS Chil TONIC
is not a patent medicine, it is simply
IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrup.
Sp plasan~t oven children like It. The
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ertles never fall to drive out impurities In
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More than thirty-five years ago, folks
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te. Can pe botle
REIGN OF TERIROR
1rIsh City Scene of Desperate Moting
During' Past Several )ays and
Londonderry, June 20.-Fivc per
sons were killed, ten others seriously
arounded, several of them probably
mortally, and about 100 others were
less seriously injured during a period
of desperate rioting in this city Satur
day night. The fighting was accom
panited by several attempts at incen
diarism, one of which resulted in the
burning of a large drapery store.
The rioting was a continuation of
tie disorders of- Friday night, when
nationalists and unionists were engag
ed in clashes for several hours and the
military had to be called out. The
military remained in what were con
sidered tile danger zones, but not
withstandings its presence, the disor
derly elements held sway for sonic
Iln many instances, persons who
we'leC sifferinrg from minor tiounds
went loimie withlout receiving treat
Imlit. 'I'The ithloritles have no record
of the number of sutch cases. Among
thw wounded t are several shiyard
workers with gillshot w'ounitds.
'T'le Imen killed were l'1dwin Price,
James .\cVeighi Thomas McL-iagh
lin, Thomas Farrenl and James Doher
'i'le aithorities had taken elaborate
precautions in view of the expected
renewal of the disorders. The mili
tary, fully eqilpped, took positions at
the head and foot of Bridge street,
which is the Nationalist quarter, and
oil Fountain street, the Unionist quar
ter. An fif-mored car was drawn up
at Carlisle road, between these locali
ties, to keep tihe rival factions apart.
The hopes that these precautions
woild lead to the preservation of
peace, however, were not fulfilled,
and another night of terror resulted.
These latest scenes of rioting, which
left the city absolutely terror-strick
en, were said to have originated in
what at first appeared to be a minor
squabble between Unionists and Na
tionalists at the junction of Long
tower street, in the National quarter,
and Upper Fountain street, the Union
ist district, these two streets being
separated only by Bishop street, the
scene of bloodshed for many years
during periods of rioting. Men armed
with rifles and revolvers afterwards
came into conflict and before the mil
itary could intervene several had been
From shortly after 9 until 11 o'clock
iaidemonioum reigned. A shot fired
from one party into a crowd of rival
partisans developed with oninouis
speed into violent rioting. Party
('lies were raise(, and the Unionists,
assenlbled tt tihe head of Upper F'oun
tain street, poured volley after volley
of rifle and revolver fire into Long
towel' street, wtih dsastrous resiltts.
\..Another crowd of 'llionists lit Al
hert street maintained a cros,.s-fire in
the iec11tin of Hisho (ate, with
tire resu'll. that the peole in the vie is
ItyV0( fled llaic-st rieketn to si Ilter. 'The
Nationalist 5 (lhd not seem to be so -well
lprovide(d witht weaponrs as thteir' 0''
poneints, butt threy maintained1 a vigor
In an early stage of tihe btattle two
menr were shrot (lead In Longtower
street and a numttber of itersons, ill
eluding a baby in arms, .werel wottnd~
McVeight, a labroter, was on his wvay
to a 1b1utchter's shrop, wh'len reachritg
the end of Longtowetr street, a btullet
struck him11 in the fthroat. Hie strulg
gledl inl at dy ing condlIllon toward
prubliIc house nearby wherel hIe fell.
Owlin g to) the fierce fuislillc it w:,
impossible to go to his assistance, hur,
eventutalIly a man rushted thrroutgh thet
shtower of bullets and dragged im to
shr('ter. No ambutlance wvas alfall
able andl ant attemlpt was madec to car
ry itm to an intiilrmar'y on a sihutfterin.
lie died on tire way.
IFarrten, tire ofther mant killed, was
stain 11ig iln tire doorway of iihi' iodg
lng when struck by two butfcts, onte
enter inmg Ihis st omachl and~ provinitg fa -
110031 F"OR ('ON
(1hi( (,4o'vtternor i.s LogI'al 31ain to Op'
pbose lirdime, hris AdmllirerS R'ei'.
WXashington, .Junre 1-t.'--From his ad
mrirers' stanrdpolnit tihe manr whom thre
iDemtoctrats should hasten to nominate
at Sanr Franecisco Is Gov. ('ox, of Ohio.
And it is considered by threm that
nothing possibly couldl have occturred
at Chricago more cer'tain to r'aise iris
usloek than thre nomtination of Senator
Cox, his pr'otagonists consider, is
tire' logical, the inevitable candlidate
for the D~emocrats itfthey have any
hrope of becatinrg Iliarding at all. Itoth
mren are frotmrOhio. Tihils satisfies all
those retqu Irenments of terrlitory, see.
tional feeling and balanice of Statec:
which mna whlo have worked long at
the 1o01 icle fr'ade conaider essent Ial.
It also, it tire opniionr of mrnry a
itin obherers harern,n oe av witir
what many Democrats long have Ie
Sired doing away with-the chance of
William Gibbs .lcAdoo. They can
Sider thab .\eAdoo would make n o
candidate at all against lIarding;
that every qualification whlch is
claimed for him takes him instantly
out of the category of qualifications
which iany opponent of Iarding--ox
for first choice-must have, and that
his party under the present circum
stances will not even think of nomi
nating him. Likewise it Is considiered
probable that McAdoo will not try to
go after the nomination.
Another thing about Cox which
gives his backers hope and courage
Is that lie is a speaker. It is believed
that this reason alone should have
great. weight with those who hold the
destine. of the San Francisco conven
tion choice in their hands.
Origin of the Huna.
The vord "IluInn" was first nppled to
N biord? of savages, who, in t lie fourth
century of tle Chi stiann ern caie Into
E'urope froim Centil Asia. find under
the (conunnn1ild of Attili began to deso
late tle 16miani empire, It..; coloinles
ando doponden-1cies. Th'le word( Is fin ab
breviaition of the [.ow 1.ntinl word
"lIltmn," mnni n;e:iil Ihe Illong-nui-litt
enVmion pteople, who, cecording'" to Ci
ieso annaulls. conlsiuted ahout the endl(
of tihe third cent ury 1. C., a powerful
einpire iI Central Asia.
(o-euen mi( hlnal.
Eatraice examinations, and exam
inations for the free tuition county
schola rships at all county seats Fri
(lay, .luly 9, at 9 a. .\l.
Foui-year coutrses lead to the 11. A.
and 13. S. degrees. Speeial I wo-year
pre-medical and pre-technical cours
es are given.
S)ecial buildings and athletic
grounds, well equipped laboratories,
unexcelled tbrary faciities. Two
dorlitories for men. E~xpenses molder
ate. For ternis and catalogue, address
4 9-.5t President.
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