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CATARRH: OF HEAD AND STOMACH
Mr. F rank Richter, No. 309 East
Second St., Winona, lM4inn., writes:
"My catarrh was principally located
In my head and stomach. I tried
many remedies without success. I -
tried several doctors, but they were
unable to cure me. I read of Peruna M..
in the papers, and five bottles cured
"As a remedy for catarrh I take
pleasure in .recommending leruna
for catarrh of the stomach. I know
what it is to be afllcted with this i%-%
awful disease and consider it my
duty to sa.- a word in behalf of the
remedy which gave me such relief.
Peruna cured ne, and I know It will
cure any ono clse who suffers from
this disease. It gives ine great
pleasure to testify to the curative
effects of this medicine. Peruna Is
a 'well tested and frequently used
re:nedy, and for catarrh of the vtom
ce., It Is unsurpassed."
rule, people when ailing apply very properly to a doctor before re
srtmg toa ready- to-take medicine. The great majority are cured by the
'octor. But a per cent. of chronic cases fail to find a cure and at
last begin to use ready-to-take medicines. It is very noticeable indeed the
number of people among our testifiers who say that it was only after'the
doctor had failed to cure them that they were induced to take Peruna.
Then they find to their relief, to their surprise, to their Joy, that Peruna
is the remedy they should iave taien at first.
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Half Soles, sewed, women .... .... .... .... .... .... 65C
1leels fixed .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ......10c
'Half Soles, tacked, men .... .... .... .... .... ....50c
Half Soles, tacked, ladies .... .... .... .... .... ....40c
* We' put on any kind of rubber heels. Buying our supplies at *
wholesale prices we are able to do this cheaper than others.
We have just rec'eived a new machine that will seW,/your shoes
while you wait. We do the work right.
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HYMAN LUREY, PROPRIETOR.
You Need a Tonic
There are times in every woman's life when she
needs a tonic to help her over the hard places.
When that time comes to you, you know what tonic
to take-Cardul, the woman's tonic. Cardul is com
posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act
gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs,
and helps build them back to strength and health.
It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak,
ailing women in its past half century of wonderful
success, and it will do the same for you.
You can't make a mistake in taking
The Woman's fe& onc
Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark.,
says: "I think Cardui is the greatest meidicline on earth,
for women. Before 1 began to take Cardlul, I was
so weak and nervous, anld had such awful dizzy
spells and a poor appetite. Nowv I feel as well and
as strong as I ever did,'and can eat most anything."
Begin taking Cardul today. Sold by all dealers.
Has Helped Thousands. 5
SMrs. McCords Studio
Mrs. McCord announces that after
March' 1st. she will be in personal charge
. of her Studio.
She most cordlially invits All of her
*old friends to call and 'hopes tNkt anyone
interested in Photographic Work now, or
at any future time, may remember that
she will consider it a real pleasure to serve
them in this capacity.
OFFICE HOURS STUDIO
LET WARNINO STA ND
Will 1ake No eply to Either German
and British Answers to Notes. -
Washington, Feb. 20.--The United
States probably will make no reply.
for the present at least, to either the
British or German notes regarding the
use of the American flag on foreign
vessels and the dangers to neutral
shipping in the naval war zone -but
will stand firmly on its warning
against destruction of Ameyican lives
Many officials who know the situa
tion expect some further move only
In event of an overt act. This was in
dicated in high official quarters today.
In the case of the note to Great
Britain objecting to any general use
of the American flag by British ves
sels, the communication from Eng
land .was not regarded as alteirng the
original marning of the United States
against the pleasure of responsibility
which would seem to be imposed on
England if any American vessels oi
lives were lost as a result of such
The American government already,
1t was pointed out, has stated in em
phatic language that Germany would
be held to "strict accountability" for
ainy loss of American vessels "or
lives" and this warning is construed
by adniilistrhtion olicials to be suf
ficiently broad also to cover any in
jury to American citizens aboard bel
The arguments in both the British
and Ger'mian communications charg
Ing violations of the rules of interna
tional law and warfare, it is held by
American government officials, are of
no concern to the United States. The
breaking down of the doctrines of
international law as 'between bellig
erents does not, in the view of high
officials here effect the status of those
rules as between the United States
and Great Britain and Germany with
whom this country is at peacc.
There Is every prospect that the
long British note 'replying to the
American protest of Dec. 28, on the
subject of contraband will bring forth
a rejoinder from the United States.
As for the note which Great Brit
ain sent in the case of the Amerilcan,
steamer Wilhelminna, bound for Ger
many with a cargo of foodstuffs, now%
held by the British prize' court, the
state (delrtm1en1t Will nte' into no
forliher correspondence on the sub
ject, awaiting the (ecision of the prize
coui't before making (IipIloillatic rep
reseitations. The decision or the
ouoilrPt is expected, iowever, to be mad(
withini a reasonable Iv(lgthi of time
and if, in the opinion of the state (
partineat; there is a denial of justice
to) tli( American owners, a protest will
MOTH ER! IF CHILD'S
TONGUE IS COATED
if cross, feverishl, constipated, bilinus,
A\ htxmiva today saves a sick eil
toiorrow(~. Ciire-, s'impitlly wRIi ll
w.a':e, liveri gets slut:pish; somiaelh
I .(i0 a the' tonigu ,, :colliir! j
lev i 'si, bren' Iti hat, ,restless, dloesnia
(ia thearit ily, hf 1I o 60itd or' ihas sore
throa or any o her/'hilden's a imnt
of I igs,"' thiei dofit worriy, bicu'sa it
hiours1 all1 this C'onsitiiiatio 1 p oisoni,
sour blte anid fermenuviting wast e will
genit 1'ly ove Ouit of the ho wets, and
you have a wel Iptlay ful ch ild again. A
thorough "'inside cleanisiing'' is otthies
all that is necessary, it shoul ia the
tiirst treatmen011t given in any sicknhe-s
lieware~ of' couniterteit tig iiyrups1. Ak
youri druiggist. for et 50-cen t hottlei ot'
"Calliforn Ia Sy'rupI of Figs'', whIich~ hias
fulil IdIiirectlons5 for baieihis, ('ihidrin of'
all ages alnd Lor' gr'own-ups plainly
iiinted 01Oin the bot tle. Loo0k enlrefuilly3
aind see thta' it is made by the "Ca'lli
tornia F'ig S~"yruip Company."
Tlhomais 11. Tioddi Fonnd in ils Store
ini Andluerson Head ('rushed ithi
Anderson, Feb. 20.-A pparently dlead
and with hIs skull fearfully beaten in
with a br'ick by the hands of an un
knlown peirsoin probably beat upor01
rob~bery Thomas M. D~odd, an aged main
who has for several years cond~uctedl a
small grocery shop oil a side street
neair the heart of the city, was dis
covered lying on the floor of his store
late this afternoon pro~t-bly an hour
and a half after tihe cimei wasl comiit
ted. Officer's aire at wiork upon the
ease butt are wIthout clues as to who
Isla sonsible for' the offenseO.
Tw'uo hours5 before this cimel, was
discoveried a nlegr'o assaul ted IDr. IL
1i. Parks, a jeweler, ini 1his shop oil
lie squnuire.. Thle n egrio had iurc('hased
a clock and a fountain penl, ' nd( when.
the .iowcleir tuirnedi to get a abhaviug
mug to shiow' thle customeor thle negro
wvield(1ed a sodaI wvater' hot tie and1( struck
Dri. Parks inl the head, felling him to
the floor., The negro attemplted to gm
tile jeleri~i, butt the lat ter' gave sev
oral 5Cerhamnl whi il .i i i e tC:' .i
passing along the sidewalk in front of
Evidently fnarig that the cries of
the Jeweler would bring assistance,
the negro bounded through the front
door and ran through the main street
of the city which at that hour was
thick with shoppers, and made his
escape. rI. Parks was able to give
but a meager description of the ne
gro, and the oflicers are without
much to work on in apprehending the
DEA Ti oF mts, K NIIlT.
Passeld Annily il. Her Home in Panopla
31111 Villige-luterment in Laureis
The funeral of Mr,. W. 13. Knight.
who died on Sunday at her home in
the Panola Mill village, was conduct
ed yesterday at Poplar Springs, in
Mrs. Knight was 42 years of age
and was highly esteemed by all her
friends. She is survived by her hus
band and several chilren.-Green'wood
.Sick Iheadache, Sour Stomach, Gas,
1111d irenth, ieni Liver and lowels
Heed Clean sing.
Get. a 10-ceit box nlow.
No odds how bad your liver, stomach
or bowels; how much your head aches,
how miserable and uncomfortable you
are from constipation, indigestion, bil
iousness and sluggish bowels-you al
ways get the desired results with Cas
Don't let your stomach, liver and
bowels make you miserable, Take Cas
carets tonight; put an end'to the head
ache, biliousness, dlizziiess, nervous
ness, sick, sour, gassy'stomach, back
ache and all other ,distress;, cleanse
your inside orgaislff all the bile, gas
es and constipatp'd matter which is
producing the misery.
A 10-cent box means health, happi
ness andt a clear head for months. No
more (lays of blood and distress if you
will take a Cascaret now and then. All
druggists sell Cascarets. Don't forgct
the children-their little insides need
a gentle cleansing, too.
SESSION CAME TO
A QUIET CLOSE
No Eleventh lour Explosibus 3larked
Closing o; tle South a('1rolina Le.
Columbia, Feb. 20.--On ti( fourtleth
day of tile sesisonl of Souith Car'olina
General Assembly final adjoiriment
was seen). It was ita very very dittiierent
adjournment to what has been wit
nessel for tIe past few years. There
was no eleveouriii hoii tel:on or1 sur
priss, itt, On tle Contrl*yl*', eVV'yonev
oas ill he best of' hunior and no onv
expected a fight. of any sort inl the e!os
ing hours o' tihe' sessioln. Tle Illm
belrs were at liberty to to zwl .i.
pretly mutch a,;s they ple ased an4l <14:
lo, ha1ving not the list idoa ti;
ihere would comet a b:mb s.l
tie til:e-\ liel d ltiu 'llt or tImt Iw.,
woiuld be a veto that woldk ntccss.
tale tlle i o :h' m . :
setnly has el~t. that. it woullhi b 'hiie
lhe golvernor's handsi. tor alt ledis im e
da5. 1s provie aPy th le lonI-m!
buit on) the finall day of) this sessimth,
))th'bes felt hthha o .ight gol !:om.
alul1 Ilke no ebanilces tho br r'.ehi.
it was all so dilflerent. Theret havey
beeni t Veto llmessagis this Ssshl
andt both of these wer~e upon01 duicaimi
m)laai1l'(s, where the~ houilse alld ison:.tl
ipassed itden tial legislatio and)iiii Cle
was1 110 o('easion t) litter' thle stIte0
books with tihe Iwo act's and)1 the veto)
GIRLS! DRAW A MOIST
CLOTH TH-ROUGH- HAIR
Tiry (his! linlir get i ithi, teloosy, wmyt
11nd4 lbenu.t iful at; onc~te---iops 11)a llimt
I imiat1i~e -Yes! Cert a in ?--that's
lie joy of it. Vou r hair becomes light,
wavy, fluffy, abundanit and aplpear's as
soft, lustru anll~itld beat Itil as a yountg
g!rh's after a hDanderine hair cleanse.
.iiust try tis-m-noisten a cloth .withI a
li ttle Danderine and(1C~ careflIly (Iraw~ it
thr 1ough youir halr, taking one small
strand at a time. This will cleanse the
hair- of dust, (lirt or excessive oil, and
in just a -few momnents you have dou
bled the becauty of youtr hair. A de
lightful suriprise awalls1t1 those w'hose
hair has been tieglected or is scraggy',
fadedl, dry, brittle- or t hin. i3esides
bleautifying the 'halr, -atntderine dlis
solves every particle ff dandruff;
cleanses, pu rifles anti in vigorteIts the
scalp, forever Itopyl'ig itching a1nd
falling halir, but1 wvhit w'i p1l(a se you
mOost will 1be aftler a fe-w w eek's use,
wheni you see new~ hairu-f ine and
downy' at fIrst---yes-blut rea~l ly new
hlair gr'owing aill over1 the sc-alp., If you
tare for 11retty, stoft halir, and lo)s of0
i, I.SUrely ge't a 2' cent bottle of'
1Knowl ton's I and111rine floma any1 drtug
stor'. 01' toilet Counte-r and] .inst trvW it.
CHICHSER S PILLS
:~ec l;, yn r :? u .r
*IlILbOi t El?. mioyb r'Ce:,
L~ 'ES i010'(2 sT'im:
is imparted to your whole flock by the wholesome,
invigorating effects of
prIts Poultry Regulator
Its use makes more eggs, a greater per cent fertile,
bigger hatches, stronger chicks. Satisfaction Guaran
teed or Money Back. Refuse substitutes: insist on
Pratts. Increases your profits and saves you money.
Pkgs. 25c, 50c, $1.00; 25 1b. pail $2.50.
ni Get Pratts 160 Page Illustrated Poultay Book.
J. C. Shell & Co.; J. A. Franks; Todd, Simpson & Co.;
A. L. Mahaffey.
Children: Do you know why your Mother
Trades at the Booster Club Store?
Ask her, and write us a letter. The boy or girl under twelve
years of age who wirtes us a letter on why his or her mother (oes
or ought to trade at the Booster Club IStore and presents it to us,
we shall give a sack of candy and fifty coupons free, which may
be voted for any Booster, and the one who writes the best letter
will be given a nice Text Bible, self-pronouncing. The letters
will be judged by a local committee of disinterested ipersons.
This letter contest closes on Saturday, March 27.
The lirenihiui viii be awarded the following week.
The letters will be piut on display in outr store for everybody
Wi W.\NT EV.iRY 110Y AN-D GIR. WITHIN TEIN .ll0S O
WITE, I'S A IP,1.1 Ict.
iloi santds of coulpotts il:ty hbe securello by the speeial offers
this week. See the posters at our store--int show window. What
Rooster vil win thI \ie wmeh Monday, \lareh .
.\iusie next Saturd:ty by any Hooster, 1 hour' each. Get up a
crowdv( .1n:1 givo I's par oodl singing and mullsic.
\\'ho wiJ 1 tri:1, ou-.1r.wn s ntX wveek -w e will give :,(1 cou
Wv a givingv tIttitlt e (oulpon' his week-$1.00 spoentt en
t ties you to -oll) cotupon.: for your favorite loost..r.
ST.\NDING lIOND.\Y B.\lLOT XON COUNT.
FiltST-.\l iss .\-ty Roper
_.C N i.liss L~enai loio dtr-ee
TiII ItD 1)--M1rs. Eva Teaguo
FOUR'I Fi-,\liss Hthl P'atton
Others followii g closely.
THE BOOSTER STORE
J. C. BURNS & Co.
~ ~ ~, WE WILL WELcoMcA
i~ .-''.YOU INOUR BANK
Whenever you are thinking money or bank, think
OUR BANK. Our business is MONEY; YOUR
MONEY is BUSINESS. We welcome anyone in
our bank and always have time to listen and advise.
If you need a bank consult us. What would you do
without a progressive bank in your community? Your
first duty to yourself is to have Money in the Bank. ~
It is a faithful friend.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank.
Enterprise National Bank of Laturens
N. B. DIAL, Presi. G. H-. ROPER, Cashier