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THE BAN K 3^ LAU R ENS
Blood Was Wrong
AH women, who guffer from the aches and pains, due
to female ailments, are urged to try Cardui, the reliable,
scientific, tonic remedy, for women. Cardui acts promptly,
yet gently, and without bad effects, on the womanly systen
relieving pain, building up Urength, regulating the system,
and toning up the nerves. During the past half century,
thousands of ladies have written to tell of the quick curative
results they obtained, from the use of this well-known medicine.
r A K E
Mrs. Jane Callehan suffered from womanly trouble for
nearly ten years. In a letter from Whiteville, N. C, she
says: "I was not able to do my own housework. My
stomach was weak, and my blood was wrong. I had back
ache, and was very weak. I tried several doctors, but they
did me no good. I used Cardui for 3 or 4 months, and now
I am in the best health I have ever been. I can never praise
Cardui enough." It is the best tonic, for women.
Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try CarduL
Writ* to: LaoW Advisory Dept. CliaJlMoot* Mcrfklnc Co.. Caattaaoofa. Ttaa,
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Roofs Put on
26 Years Ago
arc as good as new, and have
never needed repair*?never
need attention of any kind, ex
cept an occasional coat of paint
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Don't buy that roof for the new building, or re-roof the old,
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For sale by
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THE LABEL CASE
WILL BE RETRIED
J. K. Tow III, L. W. BojrkiD und >V. 0.
Tut um lire Defendants First Hoard
Columbia. S. C. May 28.?The ease
against John Bell Towill and L. W.
Hoykins, former members of the State
dispensary board of control, and W.
O. Tatum. former commissioner of
the State dispensary, who are charged
with conspiracy to defraud the State
of South Carolina In connection with
the purpchnse of 21,671,000 labels dur
ing the last days of the old State dis
pensary, will probably be called Wed
nesday in the Hlchland court of gen
eral sessions by J. Fr?ser Lyon, at
torney general. The case was heard
last September and resulted in a mis
The labels were bought from the
Nevlsson-Welskopf company of Cin
cinnati In May. 1905. Towill, Boy
kln and Tatum with Dennis Welskopf
and Morton A. Goodman were in
dicted In 1909 on the charge of con
spiracy to defraud the state In con
nection with the transaction. The
Indictment against Welskopf and
Goodman were later nol prosscd, and
they testified last September for the
State of South Carolina.
In the trial last September the de
fense did not put up any witnesses.
The case lasted for three days. The
jury failed to reach an agreement
after being out for a day and two
The first trial of the case was mark
ed by prolonged arguments over the
admission of certain evidence offered
by the State. The actual taking of
the States' testimony consumed a com
paratively short time. The attorneys
for the State In the trial last Septem
ber were: .1. Fr?ser Lyon, attorney
general: Marshall P. Dellruhl, assist
ant attorney general: W. II. Cobb,
solicitor tilth circuit; \V. F. Stevenson
and B. L. Abney.
Judge Kniest Gary will preside over
the Richland court of general ses
sions which begins Monday.
JUDGE IZLF.lt DEAD.
Noted Omngehurg Citizen Passed Awnj
Sunday After a Lingering Illness
79 Years of Vgo.
Orangeburg, May 26.?J unes Ferdi
nand izlar teacher, lawyer, soldier,
jurist, patriot, statesman, financier
and judge, died at his home, on Whit
man street, this city. today about
1:115 p. m. A gloom has been cast
over this city because of the death
of Judge Izlar, as his great promi
nence made Orangoburg prominent,
and Orangeburg has Indeed lost an
important citizen. Judge Izlar was
universally beloved, and his death will
be received with sadness by the many
who knew him.
Judge Izlar has been in failing
health for the past few years and had
grown feeble in age. lie was about 79
years old at the time of his decease,
lie had retired from the actual prnc
tlve of Inw several years ago and
lived a quiet, inspiring life, leaving
his home in this city very little.
Judge Izlar is survived by his
widow, who formerly was Miss Marion
P. Alls ton of Charleston, and whom
he married in 1906. Also the follow
ing children by a former marriage:
William L. Lzlar of Orangoburg, Dr.
It. P. Izlar of Waycross. Ca., S. ().
Izlar of Charleston. Mrs. B. P. 011
vcros of Savannah, .Mrs. Ceorge S.
Legare of Charleston, Mrs. s. A. Oll
veros of Saluda and Mrs. L. 11. Wnn
namaker, Jr., of Charleston. The fol
lowing brothers and sisters survive:
L. T. Izlar, of Ocala, Fla.. TllOS. A.
Izlar of Charleston, W. V. Izlar of
Orangeburg. L. J. Izlar of Orangeburg,
Mrs. F. M. Green of Cope and Mrs.
Cornelia F. Barton of Hamberg.
Judge izlar selected his pallbearers
some years ago and timy are as fd
lows Active. T. M. Itaysor, /. W.
Bummers, P. T. HHdehraiM W. L
Glaze, c. O. Dantzler, it. f. Bryant,
A. H. Mo ..a, H. R. Copes; of this num
ber ("lias. Q. Dantzler is dead. Honor
ary pallbearers: Col. Asbury Coward,
Mortimer (Hover. Samuel Dibble, W.
X. Scovllle. M. O. 8nl|cy, R, P. Ilryant.
Stiles it. Melllchamp, John C. Pike,
Dr. J. U. Wannamaker. Sr., F. S. Dib
ble. W. 11. Thompson, T. A. Jeffords.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cored
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach the seat of the disease.
Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional
disease, and In order to cure It you
must take Internal remedies. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, and
acts directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
not a quick medicine. It was pre
scribed by only one of the physicians
in this country for years and is a reg
ular prescription. It is composed of
the best tonics known, combined with
the best blood purifiers, acting direct
ly on the mucous surface. The per
fect combination of the two Ingredients
is what produces such wonderful re
sults in curing catarrh. Send for tes
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Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
? WILLIAM JAMES SUHS, GENIUS. *
William James Sidis, the marvel of
precocity, who was fourteen years old
April 1st. by u curious freak of fate,
was ushered Into the world on the fes
tival days of fools.
His father. Dr. Doris Sldls, is a mem
ber of the faculty of Harvard Medical
School, a savant and psychologist. He
is a Hussion Jew, a native of the em
pire of the Great White Czar, who
came to America in 1SS7, when twen
ty years of uge. The mother of the
youthful prodigy is r. woman of great
learning, a graduate of the Boston.
University Medical School, and holds
the degree of M. D.
Willie Sldls needed no admonitions
to study. Between the ages of one and
two he learned to read, at three could
write on a typewriter, and at four had
mastered the contents of many weighty
books and could repeat such passages
as pleased him. When only six he
passed the entrance examination of
Harvard Medical School. Mathematics
early claimed his attention, and by
the time he was nine he had become
an expert astronomer. At that age
he could also speak half a dozen lan
guages, and had invented a new "uni
versal language" of his own, which by
many linguists has been declared
equal to Esperanto. At eleven he be
came a Harvard freshman, a member
of the claBs of '13?the youngest stu
dent In the long history of that In
stitution?and astounded the faculty
by delivering a lecture on abstruse
mathematical subjects connected with
the "fourth dimension."
Dr. Sidis believes that in the atmos
phere of American freedom his son's
mind has blosscoed forth with the
fruit of the accumulated intellect of
generations Of his ancestors, whose
minds, through oppression, were bar
ren and unproductive, lie also holds
that the system of education he advo
cates has had a great deal to do with
Willie suns- marvelous Intellectual at
tainments, and that any normal boy.
trained by the Sidis method, could be
lilted to enter college at eleven.
The Hist day Willie Sidis attended
public school tit Brookline, Mass . the
teacher asked him if he could read.
He took from his pocket a copy of
"Julius Caesar," and recited an en
tire scene. The astounded pedagogue
almost fainted. Beginning in the first
made at i? o'clock, at noon Willie was
in the third grade. Seven grades In
seven months was his record, and the
teachers were up In arms They had
prejudices against attempting to teach
anything to a savant who 'dearly knew
more than they did. Yet. when Willie
was asked what living man was his
most beloved hero, he replied, without
a moment's hesitation: "Hans War
ner."?The Columbia Record.
Now is the time to get rid of your
rheumatism. You can do it by :?.p
plying Chamberlain's Liniment and
massaging the parts freely at each
application. For sale by all dealers.
Another Letter from "Trawler".
Please allow ine space in next i
sue of The Advertiser to reply to your
editorial of last issue, regarding thai
"Gray Court road and bridge." Ill
Justice to "Traveler," this upper sec
tion of Laurens county, and for the
benefit of the people at large, we will
describe, in detail, the location oT this
road and bridge, so that the editor and
people of the county may judge for
themselves, as to its being "one of
the more important ones " This road
beginning at Gray Court-Owlngs, leads
west across the county, by way of
Dials church, Itabun Creek church,
Tumbling Shoals, to Princeton, Due
West and Honea Path. The bridge,
spoken of, is down over south Itabun
Creek on above road. I'll dare say
that there Is not a sane man, knowing
this road, who will not say that Its the
most important cross the country road
in this whole tipper section of the
county. This Is the direct route for
travelers In autos from Spn'tauburg.
and Woodruff, to Due West, Honea
Path, etc. As to our criticism being
unfair to Mr. Humbert, will say that If
tho editor was placed In our predica
ment for a Bhort while, we are satis
fied in our own mind that he would
raise a greater howl than we are.
Will say further that we have always
been a strong supporter of Mr. Hum
bert We only ask for a square deal.
Our motive for this criticism was to
wake, him up to a senao of duty to
ward tills section, aa he seems to be
dead in that respect If we fall to
accomplish this, we sadly miss our
W. J. BKASON.
Gray Court, May 2-1 th.
Helps a Judge In Bad Fix.
Justice Ell Cherry, of Glllla Mills,
Tenn., was plainly worried. A bad sore
on his leg had baffled several doctors
and long resisted nil remedies. "I
thought It was a canCer," he wrote.
"At last I used Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, and was completely cured."
Cures burns, Bolls, ulcers, cuts, bruis
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Co. and Palmetto Drug Co.
Store and lot. Also nice new dwelling of
Jno. M. Moore. Store near Laurens Mill. Good
proposition - see us at once.
Splendid lot and three room House on Sullivan
street opposite Mr. J. J. Pluss at a bargain.
Good House and lot on Martin Street.
Fine Farm known as Polly Franks place, four
miles above Laurens, near Greenville and Laurens
road. 100 acres worth the money we can sell it
Home Trust Co.
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President. Sec. & Tress.
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Final Limit June 15th yViUV
To Washington, D. C, $15.20. Tickets on
sale June 5th and 7th with final limit June 12th.
Purchases may secure an extension of the final
limit to and including July 12th, 1912, upon pay
ment fee of $1.00 per ticket.
To Augusta, Ga., $4.05. Tickets on sale June
16th and 17th from limit June 24th.
To Knoxville, Tenn., account Summer School
$7.40. Tickets on sale June 16, 17, 18, 22, 23, 29
July 6, 7 and 13th. Tickets limited 15th days.
Purcher may secure an extension of the final limit
to and including Sept. 30th, 1912 upon payment
fee of $1.00 per ticket.
Week End and Summer Excursion Rates now
on to the Mountain and Seashore resorts.
F. J. NELSON, Ticket Agent.