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Before You Buy or Sell
any Kind of
Heal Estate, or Business,
Write us your wants.
Laurensk, S- C.
Palmetto Drug Co.
Get them while stock is
NO. 8
Had Attempted Criminal
Assault on Young Lady.
Crime Was Committed in Laurens, the
Death Penalty Was Inflicted Upon
Negro in Greenwood County.
Babe Stuart, a young negro of this
county, met his doom last Friday night
at the hands of a party composed of
white citizens from Laurens and
Greenwood countii s. Thedoathponalty
was indicted upon the negro because
he attempted a criminal assault Friday
afternoon on Miss May Hujjh-js, the 14
year ol 1 daughter of Dock Hughes, a
farmor who lives near Baldwin's store,
in Waterloo township, coven miles
West of the town o( Waterloo.
Stuart confessed his guilt and wss
taken by the crowd to a point lnGroen
wood county, a mile boyond Smith's
bridgo on Saluda river, whore ho was
shot and his body left beside the road.
Tho body was found Saturday morn
ing by some one who was passing
through that section on their way to
Greenwood. The coroner of Green
wood was notitled and csme up and
held the inquest about noon. The
verdict was tho usual one in such
Stuart's body was turned over to
members of his family and wai buiiod
at Andrew's Cbapel in Gre.nwood
county, Saturday night.
According to the best info, ma'ion
obtainable by a representative of Tmk
Advertisek who visited the scene, it
seems that last Friday afternoon about
4 o'clock, Stuart who had been living
with Mr. Hughes several years and
who was picking cotton together w'th
another negro in a field a half milo
from the Hughes' home, on some pre
text went to the houso and concaKd
himself in t1 o cotton house Mr. end
Mrs. Hughes were abient, the furmor
having gone to a nearby gin house to
do Borne work, tho latter to visit a
neighbor's sick chi'd, and the girl*,
Misi May and sister, were picking cot
ton around the house, emptying their
cotton in the cotton house as their
sacks became full. All this Stuart
seems to have known and dellbeiately
took advantage of it.
Miss May was, as it happened, the
first to.enter the cotton house for tho
urposo of emptying b^r sack of cot
ton* Tho cotton is kept in t.h? loft and
as tho girl ascended the step? the ne
gro stealthily followed and sei/. the
young womsn by the throat. An out
cry attracted her younger sister wBo?0
arrival upon the scene caused the ne
gro to d<ssist and beat a hasty retreat
He jumped from an upper platfo-m and
threatened the girls with certain death
if they told anj thing. Instead of leav
ing the promises, Stuart roturntd to
Ills work, where he remained till night
fall, when ho and his co-laborer hooked
up the wagon to drive to the homo
At this juncture two men, ro atives of
the Hughes family, approached and
said they would ride to the home on
the wagon. They had been told of the
occurrence as had many othor neigh
bors by this time, so when they reached
the house Stuart was taken in the cus
tody of the whites, who were now col
lecting rapidly. The negro was tud
and after being struck in the face and
thornise punished by some of tho
party ho confessed and siid he knrw
is crime meant certain death.
About 5) o'clock the crowd, which
ow numbered about 35 or 40 men and
ys, ino.-t of whom wore armed with
guns, took the negro and wont off in
ho direction of Saluda river.
It appears that some of the party
wanted to dispose of Stuart one way
and some another. Earnest pleas wore
inado to the crowd, it is said to bring
the negro to jail and allow tho law to
tako Its course. This however, was
unheeded and the crowd marched to
the vicinity of Smith's bridge. Here, it
Is stated, the crowd split up, a majority
refusing to go across the river. After
crossing tho bridge tho party composed
of only a few incmbors now, possibly
not over two or three, waited about
two hours on the crowd to follow. He
coming weary the men in charge of
Stuart announced to a courier from tho
crowd on this side that they were go
ing to settlo tho ma'.tor and at once
lead tho doomed negro up close to the
Jas. F. Smith's place. There ho wan
shot through tho heart, while bo was
on his knees.
Sheriff Duckett,act1 ngon telegraphic,
information rocelvod early Saturday
morning from Waterloo to the effect
that a lynching had probably taken
plsco, left at once for tho scene. Upon
reaching tho community ho learned
that tho body had been found Cver in
Greenwcod. Ha drove over and viewed
the body and returned home.
Those who visited that soetion Ha'
urday and Sunday found everything
The regular Fall oxaminat'on for
teachers' certificate* will bo held In
the Court House, Friday, Oct. 21 Ap
plicants for first grade certificates will
be examined on the following pob
jects: Arithmetic, Algebra, English
Grammar, Geography, History, Physi
ology, Hilm Msrner, Enoch Ar.lon,
Hughes' Mistakes in Teaching, Peter
man's Civil Government and Current
It will be well for thoso Intending to
take this examination to reviow a'l the
above subjects carefully, es-p cially
those on English Literature.
The examination will begin promptly
at 0 o'clock.
On ah V. Hiiooks,
County supt. (>r Education,
Its Timely Discovery Averts a Serious
Choss Rill., September 27th.?Mrs.
J. F. Pusrr was oallod to the bedside
of her brother, Mr. Charlie Daniel of
Royaton, Ga., Mouday, who was shot
Sunday while assisting to arrest a ne
gro. She returned homo Thursday and
said the doctors had hopes of her
brother's recovery.
William JHenry Rasor of Whltmlre
was In town on business Tuesday.
Misses Blanche Plnson and Laura
Hollingsworth left Tuesday for Win
throp College
Miss Sara Austin is spending this
week with hor sister, Mrs. Casper
Cbaudlet noar Clinton.
Mrs. W. T. Austin, who has been
qulto elek for sometime, we are glad to
report, is convalescent.
The mld-nlght train Thursday sot
the bales of cotten on tire on tho depot
plat form and had it not been for Messrs.
?en Still and Goorgo Thompson, a very
serious loss no doubt would have been
the result. By timely elTorts they
succeeded in putting it out.
C. D. Nanco went to Calboun Falls
last week to see his brother, J. H.
Nance, who has opened up a geuoral
merchandise business there.
Mrs. Woodward's Death.
The many friends In this city and
county of Mrs. Mary Woodward, wife
of Rev. B. J. Woodward, have hoard
with profound regret of her death
which occurred at her home in North
Augusta last Friday. Her death it is
believed was duo to poisoning, earned
It is thought from oating canned meats.
Rev. Mr. Woodward was also poisoned
at the same time and has been in a very
critical condition for the last ten days*
Mr Woodward is a leading Baptl8t dl- '
vine ard is well known here whoro he ,
resided for several years.
Since tho above was put in typo it is ,
stated that Mrs. Woodward's death
was not tho result of causes given I
Mr. Woodward's condition is report- |
cd as improved.
Letter to R. L. Jones. .
Laurons, S. C,
Dear Sir: You are a teacher; here's i
out! for your boys:
If tho painting costs two or three (
timts as much as the paint, and one
paint g>09 twice as far as another, bow i
much are those two paints worth?
If Devoe is worth Sl.?Oor $1.76 a gal
lon how much Is the other ono worth?
How much is a gallon of paint worth
Tho answer U: Depmds on the
paint. j
Tho reason is: paint isn't always
pitint. There are true and false paint
at d shcri-mea&uro.
How much is a short-measure gallon
worth? How much is filse paint
worth? How much is Devoe worth?
There nro millions a year in the an
swer t ) this last one.
Yours truly,
F. W. DbVOB & CO.,
Moseley ii Roland sell our paint.
Hie News of a Great State Briefly i
Major Karle's majority over Mr.
Mob'ey for railroad commissioner was
20,4i:i votes.
Gen. J. Walter Gray, who was nomi
nated for master of Greonvilo county
In the second primary, received his ap
polntmont and commission from the
governor la3t Wednesday and assumed
the duties of the otllie Thursday- He
succeeds the late D. I'. Veruer.
Col. J. D. M. Shaw, Col. J. H. Whar
ton.J. O. C. Fleming and J. D. W.
Watts wore appointed by Governor
fleyward as delegates to the Cotton
Growers Convention from this county,
and Col. R. A. Love, an official of the
congress named Col. J. Wash Wat's
of Mountville and A. G. Voight of
Union to represont the Fourth Con
gressional District at the Farmers
Congress, both of which met at the
same time Monday at St. Louis.
G.'n. WUio Jones, tho Stato Chair
man of tho Democratic party, Is now
making an address, which will bo is
sued to tho Democrats, urging them to
vote in tho general election. In some
of the Districts the Republicans aro
planning to ^nomlnato men for Con
press in the District Convention.
Robbers battered down tho back door
of Uo post office at Kingstree last
Thursday night, blew open the safe
and socurcd about $500.
Geo. W. Taylor, a photographer of
Benncttsvi le committed suicide Th?rs
day by shooting himself through tho
temple. It is said ho had been drink
ing and imagined that throe young
men of tho town intended to kill him,
because of somj trlval remark ho had
made in their presonco.
Thore's Dysentery ?Collo, too
And Cramps; but this remember do
Though enemies all babies must meet.
"TEKTHIN A" will them all defeat.
'?TEBTHINA" Overcomes and Coun
teracts tho EiTeOtS of tho Summer's
He it, A ids Digestion, Regulates the
Bowels and makes toothing easy. Co-ts
on y 2.1 cents.
At public salo, Clinton, 8. C., Nov.
3rd. 1904, at 11 a. m, we will sell at
Clinton, S. O., the estate of C. M. Fer
guson, consisting of town lots In Cl'n
ton and farm lands on Duncan's Crtok.
For specific information see plats at
storoof Ii I). Honry, Clinton, S. 0.
Terms CASH. john Fkruukon,
Dunk PfffiOUBON,
Meeting of Railroad Commission to be
Hold HVo With Officials or Both
Railroads aud Local Committee.
The local committee selected some
time ago to look after Laurens' inter
ests in tho matter of securing a obange
of passenger depo', accommodations, has
been notified that the board of railroad
commissioners, Messrs. C. W. Garris,
J. H. Wharton and B. L. Gatighraan.
will meet W. G. Childs, President of
tho Columbia, Newberry & Laurons
road and A. W. Anderson, General
Superintendent of tho Charleston &
Western Carolina railway in this city,
Thursday, October 6th for the purpose
of deolding definitely the proposition
of making a ohange.
The local committee Is of course in
vited to meet with the commissioners
and railroad officials.
From here tho Commissioners and
Mr. Childs go to Clinton to tako up tho
matter with the Seaboard road of build
ing a proposed union depot at that
Dots from Pea nidge.
Our farmers arc- very busy picking
cotton, which Is npaning vory rapidly.
We are having flue reason* for gather
ing crops.
Messrs. Sloan and Rowland attended
tho Fairvlew Stock Show.
Mrs. Godfrey of Kkom has ???turned
home tifter ependlng a few wiv.es with
her son, Dr. Godfrey and family.
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Halrston visited
the lattor's parents at Euorje Satur
day and Sunday.
Miss Mattle Tarrant of Sprlnglleld,
Orangoburg county, has ohargo of the
Oak Grove sohool, which opened last
Miss Neenio Taylor, who has been
sick, wo are glad to report is well again.
Master llho't Sloan of Cliatou in at
tending the Oak Grove school, lie is
stopping at his uncle's, J . P. Sloan.
WANTED?Goo J milch cow with
young oslf. Largo, red preferred.
Apply at th's ollloe.
flood Man Woes to Ills Reward?Was
111 Only Fivo Rays.
On tho lifth day after receiving the
first paralytic stroke, Mr. Henry A.
Cooper, died at his homo near Owiugs
villo at 11 o'clock last Friday morn
ing. Tho burial services were con
ducted by tho Masons at Union Church,
Saturday af.ernoon at 2 o'clock.
By| his death a good man, Christian
and citizen has been removed from his
community and I he county.
Ho was a in unbar of tho Mount Olive
Baptist Church, having removed his
inemborsbip from Union Church a low
yearo ago.
Ab a Mason he belonged to Browor
ton Lodife and waa a fai'hful and hon
ored member.
March 2 l.Aht ho celebratod his froth
birthday and up to tho lime of the at
tack Sunday night a week ago, hls'gen
eral health had always beon exception
ally good. ...
His wife, who was Miss Elizabeth
Jones and seven sons and daughters as
follows surv. vc: Mossrs. Wisiar Cooper
of Honea Pa'b, R. A. Cooper of Lau
reos, Lulher Cooper, Mrs. Jamos Jour s,
Mrs. John Wren, Mrs. Clarence Mar
tin and Miss Mary Cooper of Owings
Au iud"?cribahlesomethinglsstamped
upon cvory suit und gives an individu
ality to tho woaror that makes the pub
i'o say: "There goes a well-dressed
man." no got it at Davis, Roper & Co.
Wo hi vo on our sample fioor twen
ty-livj different styles and sixes of
Heating Stoves, and we will take pleas
ure in showing you our line and quot
ing you prices.
8. M. ft B. H. Wilkes & Co.
Laurens, S. C
Invites you to inspect a great line of merchandise. We are proud
of the fact that to say you buy from our store is equal to saying
that you buy only first=class goods. We guard carefully our repu
tation and see to it that, whatever else you may say, you cannot
say that we sell you merchandise that is not dependable. We offer
this season a line which is all that long experience and ready cash
can command both in quality and reasonableness of price as well.
Many Bargains.
New (Moves. ioc to $1.00
New IjfeVts.25c to 50c
Ladies'; Vests.15c to $1.00 .
Children's Vests.ioc to35c
Men's Vests.25c to $1.50
Iyadics' Hdkfs.3c to 25c
Children's Hdkfs.ic to ioc
Men's Hdkfs.3c to 25c
Good Dress Styles in Out
ing . 5c to ioc
Elegant yd. wide Flannel
ettes .ioc
Heavy Double Fleeced Ki
niona Cloths, worth
20c, at.ioc
A Great Line Dress Goods.
S |-inch Cheviot for Suit or
36-inch All-Wool Cheviot...35c
36-inch Suiting for skirl
and Suit.25c
4oinch novelty Cheviot suit 50c
40-inch Novelty Mohairs.50c
36-inch Novelty Invisible
Elegant line Novelty Suu
ings up to.#2.25 per yd.
Our line lUk, Dress Goods
is c< miplcte at r.oc to $ 1.35
New Shirt Waist Suit Sill s
.59c to #1.00
New Wraps in latest cut,
#3> #5? $7-5?' $io?#I5
Our Fall Display of Pattern Hats
Will take place Thursday, September 29th. Would be pleased to
have you visit us on this date, when we will show the Newest in
the Millinery Art. We will also display a great line of New
Wool Dress Goods and Silks .\ .\ .\ .\ f?
======^ n
House Furnishing; Articles
Big line Table Damasks in Bleached and Turkey Red
Table Napkins, per dozen
Big line Towels
Bed Ticking
10-4 Sheeting
One Yard Wide Bleaching
25c to $1.00
40c to $3.00
5c to 50c
7c to 20c
25c to 30c
5c to 12 l=2c
An Immense Shoe Stock,
Some of the best makes manufactured. King
Quality for Men, Kippendorf Dittman for Ladies.
None better than these two makes. See us for
your fine shoes.
A grand line medium priced shoes.
The best $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 Ladies' Shoes
that money can buy.
The best $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00 Men's Shoes
that money can buy.
The best 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 Chil
dren's Shoes that money can buy.
A big line women's shoes in odds and ends,
sizes 3, 3 1-2 and 4, some of them sold for $2.00
and $2.50; we make them in two lots, 48c and
75c. Come and feel at home with us.
O. B. Simmons Co.
New line neok-wo*r at Copeland's.
The date of Davis, Roper & Co.'s
grand fall opening Is Thursday, Sopt.
29. Don't fa:l to see the boaulif dis
play of tho latest creations In street
and pattern hats.
Crawford $3.50 and $4.00 shoes are
famous- see them at
J. E. Mmter & Bro's.
Don't fail to attend the opening,
Thursday at the Hub.
Men's shoes 08 cents to $4.0.1; La
dles shoes 18 cents to $3.50; children's
shoes, 10 cents to $2.25.
O. B. Simmons Co.
Whether you want to buy anything
or not when you are in the city come
in and lot us show you through our en
tire lino of house-furnishing good-.
S. M. & E. H. Wllko.< & Co.
We positively have everything just
as wo advertise It, read our ads. Come
to our store and seo for yourself that
we the good to back up every assertion
we make in our advertisement?.
Davis, Roper & Co.
If you wish to seo Millinery as it
should be this season, visit the liub 2i>.
We will tjko ploasurc in showing
you through our onliro line of IIou?o
Furnishing Goods. Anything that you
may want to furnish your houso with
from tho kitchen to tho parlor can be
found hore.
S. M. & E. H. Wlikes & Co.
Laurens, S. C.
Nobby style nats for joungmenat
Try us for Shoos. We carry some of
tho bebt roods in shoe-, and we also
havo a b'g lino of medium price t
O. L>. Simmoni Co.
Dorothy D >id shoos uro perfeoth n
in the shoe art. All the new fall stj e
just in at J. E. Minter it Bro's.,
<? Solo Agetit?.
Ask about that $1.25 Black Silk for
-f l .00, at Davis, Roper cv Co
Always keep this in mind that ? very
Duck's Stove bought of us is g iar
autecd to glye you satisfaction or ; out
money will ho cheerfully refunde I. I et
U1 show you our line aud quote you
pi ices.
S. M. & E. U. Wilkcs & lJu.
If you waut to be ''it" woar Cope
land s St oes that tit.
Our line of divss goods is not S ir
passtd In this section. See the in,
O. B, Simmons Co,
Young man, got into on 5 uf our Grif
fon brand suits at *ld or 12 5 \ and you
will have the best lit you ever had at a
saving of $2 to $5 a suit. See them
now at J. E. .Minter ?\ Bro's.
Remember tho date ? Thursday.
Sept 29th. Grand Opening at
Davis, Ropor & Co.
Our motto is to give our customers
the best quality of goods at the lowest
possible prices and we In vi to y u to
come and s.?c o.r line of hous:-fur
ni;hing good* .
S M. oc E. 11. Wllkes & Co.
Dainty Shoes for dainty women at
See our big line of the newest ihin
in wraps.
O. B. Simmons Co.
See the new Fall 11 tts at J. E. Mi -
tor & Bro's .
Shoes, .Shoos, Shoes, Shoes. If we
\v< re to cover every page In The Adver
tis- r t ll'.ng about Shoe-", we could not
s .y enough. Wo j ist luve them right:
and the only way for you to kuo v iC is
t j call and sop, buy and woar. Then
\r.u will be convinced.
Davis, 1 toper .v Co.
''When walk overs iu on, trouble
gcosolf." Oopeland.
We don't claim to have the earth,
biu wo have really gov a great lino . ?
goods this season and wo would .iki>
for you to seo them.
O. B. Simm >ns < !o
See the ricli swell pattorns in Fill
Neckwear at J. E. Minter & Bro's.
Look to your interest ami do not Stop
until you visit Laurens' greatoR si re.
Wo not only give you the best vahu s.
but wo givo you the lowest pi ico thai
you can gel on saino olass of good
DavD, Roper iv Co.
Whether you stand or sit Cop land'u
Shoes always lit.
Don't forget our big display of p
tern hats, Thursday 20th,
o. B. Simmons ( o.
School Companion gl von awn/ free
I with overy p.iir of school sh os, . I
J, E, Minter & Bro'
Wo havo 30 inch black TalVot i
guaranteed at fl.uo p.r yard worth
every where $1.25.
Davis, Roper & Co.
Von can get Xoigler Bros. Shoes for
habies and children and there's nouo
better at
Davis, Hop. r & ' o.
Try a pair of black eat 1)030 for men,
ladies and children.
Davis, Roper J .'o.
(Jood spirit.? don't ail cum > f ore K n
ruckey, Their main source 14 tho
and all the liiu spirits over mad ?
the B'uo Grass Stato cuuld not remedy
a bad liver or thu hund'cd-and-. n ? i 1
effects it produces. You can't have
good spirits und a bad liver at th<'s ?m;
time. Vour liver must be in fine Shape
if you would feel bouyant, nappy and
iiopv ftil, bright of me,light of step,v :r
orous and gllCGOcSful in your pursuits.
You < an put your liver in fine condi
tion by using Green's August Flowor
the greatest of all medicines for liver
and stomach and a cortaiu euro for dis
pepsia 01? indigos I ion. It b ,s been a
f .vorite household romedy lor OVOr
thirty-five years, August Flow rs
nuke your T ver hoalthy and active ai '
thus Insure you a liberal support of
"GoodSpirits." Trial sjzo, 2.V; rogu?
Iar bottles, 75c. Atall druggists.
o A, fH ?x? o &t a:. tfi- .
Br.ar?lh? h? KlRll YOU llfl
Passenger Trains Collide
Near Kiioxville.
Orders Wore Misread or Disregarded.
Several South Carolinians oil
the Ill-Fated Train.
in a collison on the Southern road,
near Knoxville, Tonn., last .Saturday
of two heavily loaded passenger (rains,
(?0 pus-engors were hurled to instant
death and 100 were injured, several of
whom have since died.
Among tho killed were four members
of a family named Hill, of GafTney.
The trains w6m running on timo at
the rate of ."55 miles an hour. They col
lided noar Hodges, a town not far from
Knoxville. Tho terrlblo horror Is due,
it is believed, to (he disregard of or
ders by the engineer of the Westbound
train. The trains bad been instructed
to mqct. at the usual place and it will
never bo known why it was not done as
the engineer perished with the rest as
did the engineer on the East bound
In the list of those injured appoara
the names of two from Union, two from
Winnsboro, two from Columbia and
two from GafTney.
*? ??
ir *?
l he Advertiser is compelled, for lack
ol space, to discontinue its serial story,
Hearts Courageous," for a time. Wo
h.ipe to lake it up again shortly.
The lent mceiinjr. which is being
. ndiicii d by Ltev. N. J. Holmes and
0 hers h attracting large crowds and
eil Interest is manifested in every
Wash Jones and Floyd Henderson of
M Gallagher left yesterday for Iho
outh Carolina College.
Jamos Simpson of Orewerlon was in
town Friday.
I he win k of laying the rails on tho
War Shoals railroad, which isaspur
track rtconlly graded from ?armore'a
o< nnnenoed Monday afternoon.
Mrs. S. II. Pluss, Mrs. ltosaCaino
and daughter, Miss Talulah Calne,
joinoJ a party ut Clinton yesterday go
Ing i" tho Kxpoaitton In St. Louis. De?
1 re returning they will probably visit
Gmain, Nob.
Cap'. II ii. Watkius of Anderson
and .1. N. Watkius of Greenville spent
Sund ;y in the city.
Mfs-ra IL L. Henderson, W. E.
Washington and James Martin of the
jvr ? t ? i 1 ighor s el lo > wore here <yes
lerdiiy on-routo to the Association at
Fnd Faust's Superb Minstrels?
"F.qnal< d I y few, excelled by none"?
ii pa at the Lsurens opera houso
lay, Oct, 15th. Tickets will bo
..:<? Monday, <>ct. 5th, at Cope
o store Prices: ;{.>r>0-75-100.
Sthayku From home, Tuosday, 13,
i : ulo, )5 hands high, nice
b'Mv, g ?l ordar, white mouth,
ich t ill, thod all round.
GKO. V- AnitA.MS,
Whitmire, s. C.
step1. ?dlh?2t.
Wantkd Tb reo cows that will give
ii. oo rallons of milk or more and one
at in ?ro pounds of butter.
J. Wade Anderson,
Sept. 20th. hh ? 2l.
Foil Sai.K -Thirty thoroughbred
H rkshiro Figs, all ages and sizes, price
> ; lo M Apply to Dr. Dial
I'ok Sali?;?Sto?-e house oc
cupied by R. P. Milam & Co.
M, I,. Copeland.
FOUND ?Fair go'd rimmed eye
rlassos which tho owner can get by
calling at this olTlco, identifying same
and paj ing for this ad.
Wanted To sell you your bagging
and tl , lied Hust I'roaf sood Oats,
i y, Ityo and Crimson Clovor socd.
Fi Icos right. J. H. Sullivan.
A Gor.d Time To buy your bran, rice
tud rico Hour to fatten your hogs
on. Try mo. .1. H. Sullivan.
the !' ople Who wish to buy
ll itir, c i n, meal, feed oats, hay, sugar,
coffee, bacon, laid, and all kinds of
1 mo and soe mo. i carry
ill ? lai o Bl ck i i heavy groceries In
i\n; in anxious to sell; will glvo you
? <? r money's worth. J. H. SulUv?o.
Wanted -?"> boys from 0 to tf years
Apply at 'lb". Dixie at once.
Nol i > ? but school hoys need apply.
in troubled with constipation try
Stomach and Liver Taw
lels, j nreonsy to take and produce
no griping or other unpleasant effect.
For sal o by L?nens Drug Co. and Dr.
fi, F. I'osiy.
When the quantity of food taken Is
too largo or the quality too rich, sour
st. mach i^. likely to follow, and ospec
ia.lv so II the dlgo&tion has been weak
ipatlon. Bat slowly and
n. loo freely of easily digested food.
icate lliO food thoroughly. Let
flvo hours elap-e liotweon meals, and
when ?ou feel a fullness and weight in
i bo r< gion of t lie stomach after eating,
take ( liaiiiborlaln's Stomach and Liver
Tablets and tho sour stomach may be
>ld< ii. For sale by tho I.aureus Drug
Co. and Dr. 15 K I'osoy.

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