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smart, stylish time
Certainly you would.
Then why not
Our club plan makes It possible for
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And the watch Is just as aood a time.
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It's a watch that will lost a lifetime and
one that you will always be proud of,
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This offer is -
for a few
N <lays only
so tako ad
it now. !_
watch i. / .
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
Are You Using Nitragin?
Your neighbors are using it and they say it increases
t-he yield of the crop to which it is applied, from 25 to 100
per cent. Besides this it causes that crop to store in each
acre of ground from 100 to 200 pounds of pure nitrogen
for the benefit of the next crop. Nitrogen in commer
cial fertilizers costs YOU about 20 cents a pound. Use
Nitragin and you get it FREE from the air. Apply it to
all your Peas, Beans and other pod bearing or legume
crops. Can you afford to pay 20 cents a pound for Nitro
gen when your neighbor gets it FREE?
Full information gladly given.
R. C. McLEES, Clinton, S. C.
*60 *0000000Go e
* WE FIX WATCHES AND EYE *
* GLASSES AND SELL NEW ONES
* WE WANT TO DO YOUR REPAIR WORK ON WA TCHIES 0
* EWELRY AND EYEGRASSES FOE THlE GREA T, BIG REASON, S
* THAT WE'VE GOT THlE MATERIALS AND KNOW HO0W TO DO*
__ IT RIGHT AND THE PRICE WILL BE REASONABLE. IT WILL
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* -AND OPTICAL GOODS AND4 WILL BE ~LEASED TO GREET 0
* YOU IN OUR STORE.4
e FLEMING BROTHERS*
Laurens, S. C. ii iJ
GREENVILLE, S. C.
& College of Refinement, Distiinction and Characte
-ALarge and Able Faculty H\hSadr olg
A Select Studen~t Body
on the Slope of the Blue Ridge, 1,000 feet above Bea-level. Beauti
fpil Grounds and Handsome, Modernly Eflqpped Buildings.
.A College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, ofrering Courses Lead
ing to the Degrees of M. A., B. A., B. d., and B. Ped.
A Conservatory of Music. offering Courses Leading to the De
gree of B. Mug. Schools of Art, Elxpression and Business..
CHICORAAN IDEAL COLLEGE FOR
For tree Catalogue and Annoug~ements, address
Rtt. S. (I. 'BEi) D..,AntE*rverLBm.OUnne CAnnuINA
Clinkscales Churged with lin1vin1g fil.
practocable Plan in Stateivide Prohl.
Lexingtont, July 9.-Lexington peo
ple heard the candidates for governor
hore today discuss compulsory educa
tiou and law enforcement, and, itke
other audiences in South Carolina,
clieering- tieso sentiments, and par
ticilarly the scoring of the ludiscrii
inate use of the pardoning power.
More flowers appeared here toda y
than at any previous campaign, a ma
Jority of the candidates being given
Lexington is the home of Frank W.
Shealy, a candidate for railroad coi
missioner. and the crowd of 500 men
and ladies gave him11 a royal recep
lion. lie I(lid not make a spelech, but
making ill- welkin ring with cheers
for him and he was showered with
several houquitets of beautifIl flowers.
gave way to lIs opponents, hIs friinds
IBanners announcing Shealy as "1 ex
ington's cholce for railroad commis
sion1er" appeared inl several places..
Tie auience was i11martial in its
receplonl o1 the giellicitnal and
other candidatis, cleeiIng Mr. etich
ards whllen he argued against coIm pu1l
Sory educatlon and vigorously au
plauded it. A. Cooper in his forceful
preseintatioln of tle lvedl for enforcc
1n ti11 f t!,e 1:t -, . C.. did Ml -
del b. Smithl and It. I. .lanning, when
they warned agaltist paralyIIzing th.e
verdicts of coIrts and juiries by
wholesale abuse of tile Ilardonig
.\Itr. .\a nnMse \r. Clinkscaln."
to specify how comp Jil isory dIleucat*ion
of a "taltmwido utture %. olld wvork and
proposed 1 I ollt Ivlocal option (0111
inti1e:-y law as t0he retiledy.
Comptroillet. Genleral A. \\..on :
hit.t1rly ar-raigned his opponeit. .illes
A. Stimmiliersett, for Ills action i.1 the
reinsttr-ance of the HAate' is I lst
szpringl,, charging that inl dual, c.!paeI I.y
oi S tt ofili(r .1110 reprl- veltal'v . 0;
tire instrante eolplliles, hIe 1111( a
contl'actI fo ' ilistl'il i tile Stat: 1 yltil
wille a r a:ent, and divided tIle insur
an1Ce, :1mor1.1 local 'olumllbia ag. nt-,III-.
2 tting his share. III! exeori:td what.
1w claitu1s was the tight te i11sur.tam
a itts mai.d In tie way of a law to he
hmsa y 1he le1i06::11ure preventing
a fire in::lranc11lll i. p ny r a i n
any "ov e rh i('I ' inm ranlo oi. ol'oiw
uni. follow ci oize ln." i I . lone1 ":ln
ofthe ,) loIa lV flt4 of Cl('t1in1 heW
i11 r: w r' a s5 (f I t h !>rcs na tive
.Tainl, S .\.S um r t, ani -unn
of the pardon board. This. too, wvi h
the parole of* 'Portlami Ned4' fresh aind
een in t m111h r (ories." Or l s o -
polnen t ,he said:1 fuilrthe r: "o'rlt in fir
'iltr agen11 its of Coluhin env
(blrsd ty hiidrells of letters; and
111ch printed mattr) thl , 'sover igi .'
por tully Cli rotlain , coat-tel swing
inrtI .olitical nd, who popii gelyd
hlim'self* a 'alzor-bIavk' fr-om North (':r
oliata, for the busi ess ollie of the
oTihe peoplteIou L xgton gavle 1every
I oue a. oieren, 1r. D.r II. 1 1
.\.anger trta in.ng thaer ndwspae
Atony Cairan Ge'lorgesJr 11 1 Ti
alto :3 uner te hae of he t rees l
onth a cort hious lawn.t sThe iter. .'l.
act Inbineto'5 fa 1 pastor of 11the ltoi
11hu rhoffered paer textidaos f or
l10eu' ante govlernr,. Frank K lley.e
.\. l reettea, W. 3l. loamersad. . \
A.lunter c, f or I'e d~e~
Atory meereallToas lo. PveeI
sIest said 11 ai lrie 11 o lgi t tollc
ahill1 to bolih rat cofnrsta vof
fle ( against aI mote to strike out(1n
comput lier eduen~ltio andt. agit ia
hillroidint feaet b 115i14ooks ao
toolro whIte goehirn l had cheered al
satcs a Smnerettut'on ftoe
sh general causced hm to010 intrdue
connelt Ion aboish a ionsltitutionaliof-Y
estatother prenentrate .Hoes agit
chlyarrighat Mr. Pepes walt Mr.a
Jalmes . uesett, for Comprta aretl
contiion lasth borndigopay
Comptrole GenaA. W. Jo oo nes hit-.
Wrlylarase his opponent, Mr.net
Chairman Timmerman recad a letter
from James Cansler. who is detained
by sickness in Columbia. C. D. Fortner
led off for railroad commIssioner, be
ing followed by Frank 'W. Shealy, of
thIs county. He made a few remlarks
of appreciation and then gave way to
the others. Mr. Shealy was given a
rousing reception and given several
bouquets of flowers. He was followed
by J. H. Wharton, W. I. Witherspoon
and Geo. W. Fairey.
It was 12.30O when the candidates
for govarnor began to speak. 3. B. A.
Mlullaily was absent on account of
sickness. Mllr. 'l'im "fe rina n read part
of MrII. Mullially's platform.
.John (. Richards opposed compul -
sory edte1011t. It is repulsive to Anl
glo-Saxon. sensibilities, he stated. Ile
attacked the recent State1oneltioni
in its adoption of tihe personal enroll
mient requirement of voters to enroll.
Ilis denunciation of the charge, he
said. that was being made that he was
a "coat-tall swinger,'' and that. he
would vote for Governor lIlease for
the Uniled States Senate, drew some
cheering and shouts of "lurralh for
Illease! lIurralh for Illease!" mintgled
with a few shouts or "lirrah for
Smith!" Other ejaculations of "You
look like Coley; you are all right,"
greeted MrI. Rtichards as he coneluded.
lie was pesented with flowers.
Charl(s Carroll Simms, referring to
tile talks of tho other candIdate-s as
"'anctified," said fron listening to his I
opponents' talks he tell. like lie was
the only human lving il the race and
the people oIIjt to elet. a Itlninan lhv
Ing as governor. l1 ,int talckdl a news
paper for fighting1 him. lie sild he
lid lone more for tilie farniers ihan
Mll the oillth r candiiates, in Ihat heo
h:ul etablished before t'w sipr'emi
court of Iho 'ni!'ed S'tfts that a
farimer euhi vot I,' it into bank
I'll [it cy.
Chas. A. Smuith :k-lbc proniotion to
Il otheice 01 gove'rio on his re('odIi as
lieiutentant govertnor. lie praiseid Con
LZtressitla Level. nul h 1i1 people of1
Lexington. ilv ativolnd at refrendum
oil State-wideo prohiit.ioll, and urg l(i
thle enforeelnent w' haw. ILieutenant.
Governor Smith aii prohibition was
a burning issue and a question which
must be met before law and order nln
be properly ownforced.
"The tlii' 11.s not come for to:nputl
sory vduication.," he sah[. lie was pre
senited with flo er a d applaukied
.Aletib-h I,. Ratiilh siht 1ihis wa; ino
AI vilti' 12 *.'. t 4(1 S till fill,, .t :. I lol0
Mine foi-0 poliis inl Southl ('aIro
Hi'11t11 )i'', !,I'1(41 WIh 4i I ( - ill;
lina and1114 exVort eI i n ::;i't lt iy hil
"schemles; and plans. o, art,1ul p~olt
.\1r. s nilh :okocaitIA local (ption
minplil ory Ill Icui auonl with school di::
tiir.; a1, 1:he un1it and "if' youille
:114 al co l l ulso c due:1ion III.\ on
l;IIw 'ople yiu \ will bankrutipt five 1un\
<lrecd chbool <lmr 1t," de larl.: thll
speak1 r. Ho said ifth' ;wn r .Ioo
1ulsory : S tem wei( i1it oil peopl il
toilld ralis the fa levy In One fenui ty
12 wiills. and ::r u I - 1or h I4
" s at w w Smith." :aidl
.ieveal of thii , whee wl l n .\irtCIltI.
lmi tlh promiked to otcry o tiwl vlr
dicts of the coutrts ".n1d jurik anl ! inytl
soe (If pationing010 cl pon 1 i'(ii lii-I
11atel4,y. TI:i., tie on.d e conl::b
c oabla. To.( little Ils pr1
showtat .\r it 41( hthkn ther. ;ni.he
1how'it hIt rCiation >y si if
t .it n le .l . choi ng~ p:-a'lf'14e ~tl .
001)~m 14 n h'' utlC l w,- 1 , s'il <c ie, '' .. :'
nilht hero il e t o 'd 1 ok n ion F1 r .
C l ilescl ei Ils( which .lr w a lu.h :1f1r1:1'
thel crowdi. Ho lsc s m rinw el t
it-:, eI' ati'S .i i nent Of I At
t i said t Ili'osly (I ilf l s ne I1- I v<o11
p1ltsory dil cation; wh t tllw' y inl i'.
m1ore1 ta ilitis .1d 1nl '1e l ontey tti runI
the schools. i Iosaid ent 111a1'ory <.lu
cation wouhd increase taxAio ll 11 i,
t00 and not a ise additional chool
builing w out hl he :Ie.ted.
"lle rolls round on elowery e < of
wis ," oaid till- om tiker of A.. "link
lohn (i. Clinkse a lede fr
modtn gntan'esi1 Iwhher te w eieiret
ket ieir ech(idet' au rofu scol. li
tOn edlenti'the, childen and t si( if4
Ther leislaitre couldwh hopokrsabe$;ou
"ne afpolate tmoeyou toi ext,"
s\adrin lhouinat oaned inhiiohe
efoectielys oichommothe all the
while thildrowd il aged lreenttdwith
11 . Coopk ere anrssd Mthe Srmith paw
sersti the haode of the governor on~
the saees of yumleatn thn Coua
enr i ad attocedcttonself;l
liedgr au nd Nothekr, where iessian
iometh~r.ning iicloed th speak
ing.er Sin he strogla tor inaeaep
educaeltiong aCongessa for theta
it. tiue. Mr. aninaskedl to.
(omulonryned eton Tlaw. Page
Blood Troubles Are
Often Hard to Locate
Catarrh, for Example May Be the Cause of Very
A Snixht Trouble Often rings Scrious mlcood Disorders.
A ahi,1" Iineting w ronet' inl t ions. elnabl. l: y ii iri, blo nl-making
Cb1141 Itle IIgIlon i, ; 1 t 1 g1 a n# i4-i t!otl l e. n tlro i glis ( etnier t , i ns corn ines '
Ths hllinn:litlnsi. with thesse fhaoo elements to enter thie Or
it e it zliiii u io .- y1:'e er i c oeji less I tan ainl hour Is at
nnit i O1tu will t s (isl t lss 1 re own l hy Ithe blh t- eof h :triact. a stead
a ti o i6 n rh (I S. S. S. yr11 rre 1 tie I v lll i i I Id c di- i n of tIh skiin, and a
to enne ig 1: itn ies f n tui lloniIji till : 'lt l -r io!' Ct: provcs how CoIn
2livoiue wili; of' that oil trlick of FoinethIlhl i : i r : 1 was lleii .ih.
"*Jinot als goond."' Yvii wilt flitt1 S. S. (,, iav qo f ail d1rii
S. I. 5. Is taiken into the bl d t q% irs. It 1 r taiile for ll y
inaturnlly n thi nost nonrlshinig fotii. i n r nria, a-l-an' 1 i - Cleln'
.11ren<tis Its Inllluence 0v1r eve oraan lit lauil. nils.t, sneh li a i
thl heoly. trtn os llo til e lli 4r:,nn t)h ,in us t i-tor o I i ilu, n ea
arter-les.~Il 1nb.s n1m o til ( cie n In of Ihe bllo)(1. ForQ
erlI can;: I inf in lilli l -sl I i f a .4S l ul i l 3111 Ny b'loatl disens writ
eir o I l itl su inn forv nrv rinillo of hvi I to 'i'lie Swift . iie Co., 2'.i3 Siiit BlIdg.,
that ilTt,,?liai iv ('itllsv e Ilse ll uyot Ii D111 ID lt tin. hiflo \it I I t iattle. Illa
11111 1)'!l :11 I'liii to oil 1 iu Itlt . S S . I 4-o-4 o -i I,, t la. tiri of "Just; a
alvaiz ial t'li, futoanle Iuo s uU cctllla - goult' Coull"cir ulit1 of S. S. S.
-That means not -.4 -
your own ~zkxr /-71 Ll
idea, it means ~-_-_--~
rig ht lumbe r
There is character in lumber the same ab in
other things. Some of it carries distinctiveness and
style just as dress does.
Our sash, doors, blinds, screens, interior finish,
newel posts, columns, grilics, mouldings, etc., are
manufactured from lumber ccmiing from our own
stumpage, sawed in our own saw mills, dreh'ed and treated in our
own planing inills and designed by our corps of exnerts.
We offer you quality, quaintity, style and service, all the
right price. Free estimates cheerfully furnished on h -ge and
small contracts. Call or mail in your plans.
AUGUSTA LUMBER CO.
in us and our ability to properly Clean or Dye and
Finish your garments will assure you pleasing results
and satisfaction. We have a
fo Ldis'SPECIAL SUMMER SERVICEJ
forLades'Linen Suits, Fine Embroidered ar.d other
Summer Dresses,Gfloves, Slippers and Hose---Gentle.
men's Palm Beach, Flannel, Outing or Business Suits,
Panama, Straw or Felt Hats, etc.
Footer's Dye Works
Always Safest and Best
Gasoline and Kerosine
Delv'eedAnywhere in the County *
in any quantity.
* We]Handle The Best 66 degree Gasoline
+ Highest in the State. Ask the State Oil Inspec-+
Gulf Refining Co.
* J. R. EICHELBERGER, .Agent*
Lauren. S. C.