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f OR WEDDING GIFTS
There can be no better place to select
your Wedding Gifts than at a Jewelry
Store?and no better Jewelry Store
than ours. Silverware in every form,
Gut Glass in many shapes and arti
cles of every description that will
suit the occason.
Phone 328-2 Rings
Reliable Jeweler Laurens, S. C.
If You Eat You Need Digestif
The New Relief for Indigestion
It has been stated that more than
eighty million people in the United
States are victims of some form of
indigestion. The American people do
not take time enough to eat. The re
sult is stomach distress, gas, belching,
indigestion and dyspepsia.
Digestit is the now relief?It has
been found a certain, quick and per*
manent remedy. Thousands of people
have found relief from its use. Their
own statements on file in our office
are proof. You can try it for yourself
without any risk?if it falls to give
you absolute satisfaction your money
will be returned. Brown's Digestit Is a
little tablet easy to swallow and abso
lutely harmless. It relieves indigestion
almost instantly, stops food fermenta
tion, prevents distress after eating and
euros dyspepsia. You need It even
though you are not sick?It aids diges
tion and gives you all the nourishment.
Laurens Drug Cm.. Laurens, 8. C
A Good Mineral Water
Near Laurens?On West Hampton Street
ORANGEBURG, S. C,
May 16th, 1913.
MR. F. W. WILLIAMS,
Laurens, S. C.
Dear Sir:--I have just been able to reach
he analysis of the water sample you sent us
some time ago, owing to a pressure of other
I duties during the college term, which has
f just closed. The following table will show
the results of the examination:
Grains Per U. S. Gallon, 231 Inches.
Calcium Carbonate . (f.050
Magnesium Carbonate... .800 .
Calcium Sulphate.1. 3.001
Sodium Chloride.L/l 3.082
Potassium Chloride^. .503
Magnesium Chloride Slight
The water has good sanitary properties,
and is beneficial to the liver and kidneys.
R. S. WILKINSON,
Chemist of State Colored College.
Another shipment of those special
numbers in Ladies9 Silk Hosiery in Black
and White at 50 cents.
Also White and Black Silk Lisle at
25 cents per pair.
Special value in White Goods in plain
and fancy weaves, nice light textures for
hot weather wear.
Heavy yard-wide all Linen Skirting
Cash at 25 cents per yard.
Yard-wide Apron Linen from 10 cents
W. G. WILSON & CO.
COOPER AMD RICHARDS
SPEAK IN NEWBERRY
Both Gentlemen Well Known In New
berry County and Throughout South
Newberry, S. C. July 25.?Solicitor
R. A. Cooper, of Laurens, and Railroad
Commissioner John G. Richards, of
Kershaw county, both announced can
didates for governor in the primary
of 1914, delivered addresses at Keitt's
Qrove on Thursday, the occasion be
ing a burlieri! ? served by Messrs. B.
M. Suber and O. A. Folker.
Moth these gentlemen are well
known in Newberry county.
Solicitor Cooper has been the pro
secuting officer In this the eighth ju
dicial circuit of thu State since May,
1905. He has displayed marked abili
ty and fairness, and his work as so
licitor has made him known as one
of the ablest and most fearless pro
secuting attorneys in South Carolina.
Thoroughly clnscicntiou3 in the dis
charge of his duties, and upright in
every walk of life, he has many waran
friends In Newberry county and
throughout the State.
Major Richards has previously cam
paigned the State for governor, and
Is well known to the people of the
State. He Is a gentelman who has
made an enviable reputation as a man
of ability and of integrity. Holding
the position of rnllroad commissioner
by appointment, he was last summer
re-elected in a campaign which Is
known as one of the most heated ever
held in South Carolina. He has many
friends In Newberry county and In
this section of the State.
Thursday was Solicitor Cooper's
second appearance In Newberry coun
ty to deliver an address since he an
nounced his candancy for governor.
On the other occasion, however, he
was the guest of a fraternal order and
his address was along fraternal lines.
?iNewberry Herald and News.
Lisbon, July 26.?The crops are
needing rain Yery bad In our section.
The old corn has gone its limit, and
a half crop Is expected. The young
corn in the bottoms and low land has
a chance if we can get rain in a few
days. The cotton crop is very small,
but it has a much better chance than
Mr. R. H. Pasley, of Cold Point, Is
spending a while with his sisters, Mrs.
MUam and Mrs. Fuller.
Mrs. R. B. Watts, of Columbia, and
Miss Dora Mefford of tMnyesvlile,
Tenn., are spending this week with
Mrs. J. T. a. Ballew.
Mrs. Mllam has been very sick, but
we are glad to state that she is much
Mrs. M. B. Humbert and young Miss
Humbert, of Laurens have been vis
iting their mother and grandmother,
Mrs. Mary Smith.
Mr. Clarence Smith of Amorlcus,
Oa., spent a few days at home this
Mr. Simpson Malone has been very
much indisposed, also Mrs. Malone.
Misses Janle Brown and Katie
Clark, of Spartanburg have been vis
iting In this section.
Miss Sara and Heed Holmes are vis
iting in Abbeville.
Mr. Robert Pasley, of the Spartan
burg bar, spent a few days with rela
tives this last week.
Mrs. Eliza Fuller received message
last Wednesday from Florida of the
tragic death of her brother, Dr. H.
Pasley, who was thrown from his
Unsightly Face Snots.
Are cured by Dr. Hobson.s Eczeina
Ointment, which heals all skin erup
tions. No matter how long you have
been troubltd by itching, burning, or
scaly skin humors, Just put a little
of that soothing antiseptic. Dr. Hob
son's Eczema Ointment, on the scores
and the suffering stops-' instantly.
Healing begins that very minute.
Doctors use It In their practice and
recommend it. Mr. Allenman, of Lit
tlctown, Pa., says; "Had eczema on
forehead; Dr. Hobson's Eczema Oint
ment oured It In two weeks." Guar
anteed to relieve or money refundtd.
All druggists, or by mall. Price 50
cents. Pflger Chemical Co., Philadel
phia and St. I.ouls. For sale by The
Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
For Weakness and l*oss of Appetite
The Old Standard general strengtheninc tonic,
OROVB'8 TABTRL8SS ehlll TONIC, drives out
Malatta and build" up the ?raten?. A true tonic
and sore Appetiter. For adulte and children. 50c.
Some Things Seventh-Day Ad*
vent Ms Believe.
Soventh-day Advcntists have no
creed but the Bible; they hold to cer
tain well defined poiuts for which they
feel prepared to give a reasou "to
every man that asketh" them.
They believe that there is one Qod,
a personal, spiritual being tho crea
tor of all things, omnipotent, omnis
cent, and eternal.
That there is one Lord Jesus Christ,
the son of the eternal Father, the one
by whom he created al lthings, and
by wham they do consist.
That tho Holy Scriptures of the Old
and New Testaments were given by
inspiration of Qod, contain a full rev-]
elation of His will to man, and are the
only infallible rule of faith and prac
That baptism is an ordinance of the
Christian Church, to follow faith and
repentance,? an ordinance by which
we commemorate tho resurrection of
Christ, as by this act we show our
faith in his burial and resurrection,
and that, in the resurrection of all
saints at the last day.
That the new birth comprises the
entire change necessary to lit us for
the Kingdom of Qod, and consists of
two parts: First, a moral change
wrought by conversion and a Chris
tian life. (.lohn 5:8.) Second, a
physical change at the second com
ing of Christ, whereby, if dead, we
are raised incorruptible, and If liv
ing, are changed to immortality in a
moment, In the twinkling of an eye.
Luk. 20:36; 1 Cor. 15:61-61.
That ?o?'b moral requirements are
the same upon all men in all dispen
sations; that these are summarily con
tained in the commandments spoken
by Jehovah from Sinai, graven on
tablets of stone, and deposited in the
ark which was in consequence called
the "ark of the covenant," or testa
ment; that this law is immutable and
perpetual) being a transcript of the
tables deposited in that ark in the true
scanctuary on high, which is also for
the same reason, called tho ark of
God's testament. Rev. 11:19.
That the fourth comammlmciit of
this law requires that we devote the
seventh day of each week, common
ly called Saturday to abstlnance from
our own labor, and to the perform
ance of sacred and religious duties;
that this is the only weekly Sal,hath
known to the Bible, being the day that
was set apart before Paradise was
lost, ((Jen. 2 2:3) ( and which will he
obeserved in Paradise Restored iisa.
CtJ 22:23); that the facts upon which
the Sabbath institution is based con
fine It to the seventh day. as they are
not true of ;tny other duy, and that
the term Jewish Sabbath, as applied
to the seventh day, and Christian Sal)
hath, as applied to tho llrst day of the
week, are 'names of human Invetion,
unscrlptrual in fact, and false in mean
That as man of sin, the papacy, has
thought to Change times and laws
(the law of God. Dan. 7:25), and has
misled almost all of Christendom in
regard to the fourth commandment, w'e
find a prophecy of reform in this re
spect to be wrought among believers
Just before coining to Chrst. Isa. r>(i
1-2; 1 Pet. 1 :;",; Rev. 14:12 etc.
That the followers of Christ should
bo a particular people, not following
the maxlum.i. nor conforming to the
ways, of the world; not loving its
pleasures nor contenanclng Its follies;
in as much as the apostle says that
"whosoever therefore will he" in thl
sense, "a friend of the world Is tho
enemy of God." .las. 4:4.
C. V. Achepback.
Notice of Meeting.
There will be a Pentecostal Holiness
meeting held at Long Branch Holiness
church, in Laurens county, five miles
north of Clinton, beginning on the ev
ening of Augusta the 8th, and con
tinuing for not less than ten days and
so long as the Lord directs. Bro;. N.
J. Holmes and O. El Taylor will have
charge of the services. Everybody is
Invited to attend. Those men of God
are good, clean men and are preach
ing a full Gospel on new testament
lines. Bring your bibles along so as
to avoid error. We are looking for
and praying for a revival much needed
M. A. Sumerel,
Hf WONDERS WHAT ir l$-TKfn JWPENIY FINDS OUT
GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill
The Old Standard, General Tonic A
Enriches the Blood and Builds up the
FOR GROWN PEOPLE AND Cl
It is a combination of QUININR and IRON in ? tns
folly strengthens and fortifies the system to withstand
the hot auinmer. GROVE'S TASTRLRSS chill TONK
Chills and Fever, Weakness, general debility and loss of1
vigor to Nursing Mothers and Pale, Sickly Children. R?mv
out purging. Relieves nervous depression and low spirit
action and purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure.'
Strengthened Guaranteed by your Druggist. We meal
BAILEY MILITARY IN:
(Formerly the S. C. C. I. of Edgef iel
A Christian military
faring Instruction in 01
title and comunerclal coui
new brick buildings. Mode
pedi Steam hunt. Electric lights,
and cold wntor in every room.
If you want to placo your son lu
a school where his hoalth will be
carefully looked after, his mind thor
oughly trained, and where ho will bo
taught habits of obedlouce, punctuali
ty and Industry, Bond him to our in
Here each cadet is undor tho close
IKM-sonal control und watchful care of I
the teachers from the timers reaches
the school until he leaves for his
For Cutulog aud other litVori
The working man who trie* to do sometl
and fails is a better citizen than the idle invesfc
who opposes doing anything and succeeds.
THE BANK 3^ LAU PE NS
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LOW ROUND TRIP RATES TO
RATE FROM (H <* /j y| ft ROUND
CLINTON, S.C.tp 1 0/*U TRIP
Tickets on sale August 1st., 2d., and 3rd. Limit
August 15th, 1913.
Through steel, electri ally lighted Coaches, Din
ing Cars and Sleepers.
Round-trip rates from other places will be quoted
upon application. Call on SEABOARD Agents, or
D.W. Morrah, T. P. A., W. B. Gresham, T.P.A.
Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga.
Fred Geissler, A. G. P. A., Atlanta, Ga.