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That Little Girl
Of Yours?she* 11 soon be
having her hair ' 'done up,"
and too, she will be out
growing her childish ways
?and you haven't had her
picture taken since she
was in long dresses. You
don't exactly want to keep
her as she is?but you. do
want to keep the memory.
Make the appointment to
At The McCord Studio.
IWHAT TO GIVE?"
Is the'questioiTthat is
rE HAVE THE ANS WE
?m years of experience ill
?pplying Wedding Gifts that
Iease will help us to guide
111, Gifts of distinction and
Inneinent in Pickard's Hand
j'erything desirable in Silver
ware and Cut Glass.
SJtlnff? Pultey?, Bolts, Ropnlre and
ifr'lle?, Teeth, Lock?, Etc.
}RD IRON WORKS. AUGUSTA, OA.
Cll out circular before you tuy.
.LEGE OF CHARLESTON
Carolina's Oldest College
year begins September 26th
^nce examinations at all the
seats on Friday, July 11th, at
four year courses lead to the
id B. S. degrees.
tuition scholarship is assign
ed! county of the State.
>us buildings and athletic
i, well equipped laboratories,
'lied library facilities, and the
Museum of Natural History In
Inses reasonable. For torms
(AlvTS ASTHMA REMEDY
>tant relief and an absolute euro
C ses of Asthma, bronchitis, and
:r. Sold by druggists; mail on
Package by mnll 10 cents.
I MFG. CO.. Prop*., CloveUnd, Ohio
L?BENS DRUG CO.
Lanrens, S. C
In Simmons Building
Ice No. 86; Residence 219.
Says "Ol.l Man In Yen Weak-Minded,
And is More to be Pitied Than
Columbia, July 17.?In a dictated
statement, given out today, Cov. 'Cole
L. Blease took occasion to reiterate
his statement that he thought Secre
tary of State Bryan should attend
to his oflicial duties and not deliver
ehautauqua lectures. He also took a
hit at Senator Tillman for his inter
view in which he criticised the chief
The governor's interview follows:
"Yes, I have noticed Senator Tin
"The first part of It Is brought
about by a statemeut published in the
newspapers which Is absolutely un
true, and If the senator had read the
News and Courier, Mr. Caldwell's re
port, he would not state, as quoted by
Senator Tillman, and as published in
the Columbia Record, 'Senator Till
man ruined himself with the people
of South Carolina In just the same
manner when he went about lectur
ing instead or remaining in Washing
ton and attending to the business in
the senate.' What I said, and now
repeat, was, that Senator Tillman
broke his'health down and ruined his
usefulness to the .people .of South
Carolina by running around over the
country delivering lectures and over
working himself. I repeat that now.
Misquoted about Hry?n.
"I was also misquoted In the paper
as to what I said about Secretary of
State Bryan. I said nothing about
him drawing two salaries, because
anybody with good sense knows that
a matter of holding a public olllce
and appearing on the platform are
not in conlllct with each other, so
far as the salary Is concerned; but
what I said was that I did not think
that the secretary of state of this
great nation should be going around
a chatauqua circuit under the man
agement of some Httle fellow like a
j circus rider under a ringmaster and I
still think that it is beneath the dig
nity of the position which Mr. Bryan
holds for him to so act. So far as
money is concerned, that, in my opln
1 ion, is not to be taken into consider
ation In the matter at all. It is a
Kr -: inii of dignity on his part.
Wf "As for the remaining part of Soli
citor Tillman's interview--! care to
have nathing- to say. It shows what
I have long since said and what I
repeated at Hendersonvlllc?that the
old man is very weak-minded, he is
now enfoebled and I am satisfied that
hid past conduct In His own election
is working on his enfeebled mind
and no doubt the loss of life in the
Darlington riot is also playing its
part In his reference to the militia
situation in this state, and that he is
more to be pitied than to be blamed."
Poplar Spring Dots. *
Poplar, July 19.?We are having some
of the hottest weather of the season
The thermometer stood at 106 in the
shade yesterday afternoon.
Mr. B. M. Thomason was callc] to
North 'Carolina the first of the week on
account of the serious illness of his
father, and Mrs. Thomason received a
telegram yesterday saying ho w .r>
dead. Our deepest sympathy goo? out
to them in their sorrow.
Mr. J. A. Walker has been unwell
for the past week, but is ?omo better
now. Mrs. Mollle Wood also lias been
very sick but she is better now.
A crowd of young people took a
moonlight ride to the big spring at
Mt. Bethel last night and" enjoyed the
trip very much.
Several from this vicinity attendad
Children's Day at Mt. Olive today.
Mss Lois Dodson, of Donalds, has
been spending the week with relatives
in this community.
Miss Llllle Dodson, of Donalds, is
[ teaching a music class In this commun
for the hair
If your hair is too dry?brittle?color
less?thin?stringy?or falling out?use
Parisian Sage?now?at once.
It stops itching scalp, cleanses the hair
of dust and excessive oils, if moves dand
ruff with one application, and makes the
hair doubly beautiful ? soft ?fluffy ?
abu ,dant. Try a 50c. bottle to day.
It will not only save your hair and make
it grow, but give it the beauty you desire.
LAUBJSNS DRUG CO.
Lanrens, S. C.
Dr. T. L, Timmerman
People's Hank Building
Lanrens, s. c.
BACK AT BLEASE
Senior Senator Makes a Few Remarks
in Regard to Coley's Ilendersomille
Speech? Warns Supervisors <>f
Washington, July 16.?Referring to
affairs In South Carolina Senator Till
man said tonight:
"I notice that Governor Bleaso has
broke loose again. He makes a niis
Btatement, to speak mildly, and I
feel compelled to correct him. He
wrote to Uendersonvllle the other day
and in a telegram to the Columbia
Record he Is made to say:
"Senator Tillman ruined himself
with the people or South Carolina in
just tho same manner when he went
about lecturing, Instead of remaining
In Washington and attending to the
business in the senate."
"I have lectured very extensively
throughout the country, but I never
neglected any senatorial work to do it
as tho record will show. I do not
recall ever having left Washington
while the senate was in session ex
ceeding a half dozen times to deliver
lectures. Then I went to nearby
points which I could reach after the
senate adjourned for the day, deliv
ered the lecture that night and- re
turned to Wasblngton the next morn
ing. I have received offers time and
again to lecture while congress was
In session, but I always declined. I
could have made tens of thousands of
dollars had I believed it right to do
"Governor Blease has recently done
two things about which I want to
say something. I have bei i amused
at the subtler-ess and cunning hi has
shown In getting out of the militia
muddle. He double somesaulted in
stantly, and was so anxious to com
ply with the requirements of the war
department that he telegraphed his
acquiescence to the secretary's de
mands. The mail was too slow for
him. Another thing the governor
ha:; done recently is the letter he
wrote to the supervisors of registra
tion ordering them peremptorilly to
register all white men. His exact
words are: 'Let no white man be re
"1 have examined the law carefully
to see just how far the supervisors
ougbt to go,' and 1 take liberty
of advising them to obey the law?
the strict letter of the law-and reg
ister ' nly men qualified under the
law \vl o will take the oath required.
That oath is as follows:
"I do solemnly swear for affirm)
that I am a male citizen of this state
and of the United States; that I am
twenty one years of age or more; that
I have resided in this state for twi
years, and in this county for one yoar,
and In the polling precinct in which
I apply to be registered and in which
1 will offer to vote I registered for
four months; and that I have not
been convicted of burglary, arson, ob
taining goods or money under false
pretense, prejury, forgery, robbery,
bribery, adultery, bigamy, wife beat
ing, housebreaking, receiving stollen
goods, breach of trust with fraudulent
Intent, fornication, soodmy, Incest, as
sault with Intent to ravish, mlscegencr
ation, larceny or crimes against the
" Iain very anxious to have all
white men who can take the above
oath register, and tints be aide to ful
fill their duties as citizens, but it will
bo a fearful blunder and crime for
anybody In South Carolina, to lay the
foundation or give excu.se for the
house of representatives or the United
States to throw out a senator or con
gressman elected from South Carolina
because of illegal registration. The
republicans are not in power, and the
danger is not as It once was. Hut even
a democratic senate and a democratic
house cannot afford to tolerate any
thlng smacking of Illegality of fraud.
"The law as it stands now require?
the people to elect senators by direct
vote and I do not want to see South
Carolina jerked up for illegal voting.
Until wo get our primary laws amend
ed by the legislature so as to remove
all possibility of the charges of fraud
and bribery In tho primary, we can
not afford to take any chances.
"If Governor Blease will exert
himself to see that the legislature at
Its session passes a reasonable ind
just law to Insure honesty and 'alr
ness in our primary, all will be well.
I want to emphasize this, and I say it
with all due solemnity: If money buys
the next senatorshlp in South Carolina,
as it may do. and as It is charged it
has done in the recent congressional
race In the first district. I will feel
compelled to object to the seating of
any man sent here with a tainted title.
"I Join with Governor Bleaseo in
urging our people to register. While
it may bo straining a construction of
tho law in any other than a "general
election year" for supervisors to go
to places nway from the court house
In each county, I can see no harm In
that. They are permitted and can go
to any place they receive. But every
good citizen ought to see to it that no
Illegal*, registration Is permitted be
THE GREAT SALE CONTI,
For The Rest of This
Our sale has been a most wonderful succesf^| r because
we are doing just what we said, namely sell you the nH Bieasona
able Goods at the very Lowest Prices. We still have soTO of the
best bargains left. If you miss these, you miss the best of all.
We have made the prices so low that they are bound to go. Have
you gotten your share? If not, come in and take advantage of
the sacrifice prices this week.
A FEW OF OUR EXTRAORDINARY BARGA1
1 lot Gingham, Percale, Linen and
Lawn Remnants, all less than
1 lot Ladles' Collars and Jabots
all new, this season's styles . . .11)
1 lot Ladles' Collars and .labels
25o value now.11
1 lot No. :?:! white Quilt worth $1.20
Special 1 lot ol Misses Oxfords
worth $2.00, $2..r,0 and $:>..no,
1 lot r?0c. fancy lace Hose and
emb. lisle Hose now ., .19'
I lot 2fic black Misses' IRise. laco
1 lot 15c and 25o Children's Sox
1 lot Children's Gingham and|
rale Dresses, are going toj
OUt at one-half vrlee.
.$1.00 Dress now _
7."ie Dress now .
cause as times are now in Son til Caro
lina, Illegality, dishonesty, or fraud,
either in the primary or in the gener
al election will prove very dangerous.
Every fairminded man wants honesty
and fair play, and every patriot will
abide the result of an election so con
ducted whether his side loses or wins."
Elaborate Preparations Made fo Take
Care of the Soldiers and Visitors.
Anderson, S. C, duly 21. -Every ef
fort is being made here locally and
by the publicity committee or the
Chamber of Commerce to make the
j encampment of the South Carolina
National Guard, first regiment, memor
able in the history of encampments in
the state or throughout the South.
Plans are exceedingly elaborate, but
sufficiently simple as to warrant as
most successful encampment having
been made, and especially so from the
standpoint of the visitor.
Anderson is one of the most beauti
ful and progressive cities In the South,
having nearly 20,000 people fine
Churches, schools public buildings,
many manufacturing plants, street
railway, interurban railway to both
Greonvillo and Greenwood, and Is lo
cated In the beautiful scenic foothills
of the Blue Itidge. It Is noted for the
elaborations of its hosjfdtallty. No
visitor who comes to the encampment
will regret. It. Wo will be able elso
to have an especial opportunity to
view the encampment and the move
ment of the soldiers, with various guns
practice, dress, parade, etc. Special
entertainmenes will also no provided
at Buena Visits Park, a beautiful place
reac hed by the cars of the Anderson
Low rates are announced by all the
Important railways, and electric Inter
urban lines. Governor's day should
bring a big crowd to Anderson.
N. B. Dial A. C. Todd
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
Enterprise Dank Building, l.aiirciw, S. C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Hony^ to loan on Real Estate - Long
f Be Not Deceived
There arc people who say Foda-water is ba:l for the diges
tion. Maybe SOMK soda is. It's all in the niakinj
It ptire carbonated water is used, what's better thi
that? If flavors arc made of ripe, sound, hcaltj
fruit, what's bettei than these? The human sysj
needs a certain quantity of liquids to keep it in
running order. It needs, too, the juices of >1
Our soda is the most wholesome tiling yOilman d
WL a m.
POWE DRUG COMPA
On The Square Lauren?, South Cat
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LOW ROUND TRIP RATES TO
Tickets on sale August 1st., 2d., and 3
I August 15th, ls/13.
Through steel, electrically lighted Coaches,
I ing Cars and Sleepers.
Round-trip rates from other places will be qu<
I upon application. Call on SEABOARD Ageiii
& write: jr
D.W. Morrah, T. P. A., W. B. Gresham, T.P.,
Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga.
Fred Geissler, A. G. PyA- Atl^a;