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In Woman's Mind
mother revolves in
her mind all we nn.
derstand by destiny.
And it is of the utimost
importance that her
physical comfort be
our first thought. There
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In, and at onco penetrates to relieve all
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parts inyolved. It makes tho muscigg so
pliant that they expand naturally. nd at
the same tuo they 'r invigorat. th
absence of harassing pains so ap (to distres3
the mind. Whatever will dd ihe comfort
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Bearing Down Pains
Only suffering w manhood
knows what it means to strug
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There Is household work that
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nervous, discouraged woman
to do it. It is almost a hope
less prospect. No wonder these
poor women find life a dreary
burden. There Is help at hand,
however, for those who will
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* A South Cailillnian's Appeal. *
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Now that the "shoo-fly" injunction
petitIon is been dismissed, it is the
duty of every man In the State to vote
on the liquor question on the 1-1ith of
Sepember; and it seems to me, that
before voting, we should consider sev
Is It disehar"ging a Chrstinan duty,
or th 1111. or it goo(i ltizen, to vote for
"personal liberty and freedom," when
a large portion of our p)eo p -ple--glno
rant and weak- -need restrict ion and
the proteelion of the stronger rather
than pers~onal lberty ?
Is It good business to create a rev
enu1e to r'un (I sebogi, keep u) public
im IIprovem1ent s, an11d lower taxe', from1
a tratle that Costs ihe drinikers nearly
live t1mes the amount paid back for
the above purposes, be'sides the e cvil
)hnf It. 0roduc0M '
'1il we honestly pray, "(;ive u. tlls
(lay our daily bread" If we vote to
legalize that wichbit takes tile bread
out11 of the 111ou1ths of th1ottsands of
lielpless Women and hllildrenll all over'
I it. const1111int to pray, "TLead us
n1ot Info tetnlplaItionl" anld thenl vote
for the greatest tempintio n()1 earthl
to the poor un1tatu1nate (runl11kard?
Is It. 1151 ing comin1on sense or8 h'on
esly, Ito ask 0odi to "deliver 1us from1
vil"we w- vote to cwne innl a bu. o I
ness- that cauWs nearl all the (..if
thlat we suffer. froml? ,
Th'le liqulor tri-lle creates intmbBPer..
aInce inl those who drinkl it, an de( ((
moraflizes tie m11ot o' those vwlo hl,;V
an1ytilitg to (1o wIth it.
I belIee tiat fro nithe ie it is
sues from the coiled and poIsonous
worm In tile distillery unt i It empties
Into ilte jaws of death, dishonor, and
rl1me, it demoralizes nearly everyone
thlat touclies It.; and I do not believe
that any one cmn seriously thuk of
Intemperance witlioit being prejil
diced against the liitior crime.
Voters, all we have to do is to think
of tile Wrec;k tihat It prodlue1s. Ti Ink
or tile su1lides, or tie I insanity, of* tile
ignorance, of the detitition, and of
Ithe little innocent children ill thle
arms of faded, weeping and di (lsparinig
1110hers, 111d of th(e ml1en of geiiius
it hias wrecked. Alen oftenl strug
g!ing wit i Imaginary selrpelts, 111
produced by the devilisl tin og en1 lled
alcohol. And when we think of the(
jails, allisiouses, asylmi 1s, and ,scar
folds, I (o not wonder tiat every
thouightfull mianl, woman, and chilld is
Ifrejuldied against. everything that
Intemperance elts down yo! ' In
its vigor, manlioo1 in its st gth,
and old age In its weakness.
It breaks the fathler's heart, be
rIeaves the doting mother, extinl
guishles natural affections, erases con
jugal love, blots oit filial attachment,
bligits parental hopes, and brings
down mounillnilig age fin sorrow to t l
it pr1oduces10 weak ness, no0t strenglth;
sick ness, not health; death1, not life.
It makes wiv'es widlows, chIldren
orphans111, farmers fields, and fillIs ou'
land1( withI idlCees, mIsery, and Crimle,
It feeds rheumatlsm, invites ehol
era, Impor)0lts pestilences, and emlbrael
it enlgender's contr1overi.udes, fosters
It Ills <urW jaIls, su1pipl in3 0o1r at11s
houses, demlands our' asyiluumIs,
cr'owds 0111 pen11itentiarles, and(1II turn
Ishes vIctIms for our' senffoldis.
It Is the lIfe 1)100( of tihe gambler,
Ithe elemenett of thle bur'gla r, thle Orop
of the highwaym13Ilan, and1( the sutpport
of the midn111ight1. ln(endiar'v.
It c'ontenlan1ce the 1liar, respe)cts5
tile tief, es5teems1 tile blasiphemer,
vlites obligations1, r'ever'ences fraud,
and hoinors infanmy.
It de(fame)(s benele~(nce, hates0, love,
scornIs virlt )e, and1( slanider's iniocense,
It invItes the fathier to butcher01 Is
hlpIless offspr'ing, It hielps the huts
handi to1 massacr'e his5 wife, anid tile
It burnls tip meon, conlsumesI women10i,
dhetests lIfe, Curse5s God1, and1( desises
It suborns witnesseq, nurses per'
jury,3' defles the jury'3 box, and stains
It dlegr'ades tile citizen. dlebases tile
legisiateor, dlishonors the statesman,
anidl dISarms tihe lat riot.
It brings shanme, not honor; despair',
not hlope; mnisery, not ha pplness; and1
wvith the malevolence of a fiend, calmly
sIurveys5 Its frilghtfull desolation and
It poIsons felIcIty, kills peace, ilns
mlorals, blihts confldence, s1lays repu
tatIons, and wvipes out natIonal honor;
andl~ then etursesl tile wor1ldl and1 laughs
at its ruIn,
Yes, voters, It does all that anid
more. It mulrders the Soul.
It is the sum0 of all villainy, the
father of all crimeos, the mother of
ali abominations, tihe dlevil's liest
friend, and God's worst enemy,
D. II, Ellis,4
ColumhIn. S. (,, Angust 29, -1915,
A FIRST GLIMPSE
OF ENGLAND'S FLEET
Associatted Press Correspondent Visits
One of the tie'eof England's Navy.
London, Sept. -.(Delayed Iin trans
missIon).-For the Iirst time the veil
of secrecy over the British naval op)
eratIons has been lifted. A corres
pondent last week visited the grand
fleet and the naval bases. At one base
he saw dry docks, capable of docking
the Iargest dreadnaugtils, which had
been: bilt II since the wal- began. Maps
weie ohown the Correspondent, Imlark
ing( ports where (1rni:n su bmia'rinIes
had be~en sighJted and on wikh1 thle
reisIlts of the ittacks Vere lassiled
under "captured", "supposed sunk"
amtl "suink". \\'hen biubles are ob
served rising fort a long time at tle
salle spot in smllooth1 watIer It is taken
for granted that a submarine's career
ha' h'eni en-led.
When an oller' was asked "H1ow
(4) you get theil?" 1h answer was:
"Soiletililes by ralmti.ag, sohetiles
by gunl fire, somelimhes by explosions,
-Ind oiler ways we will not tell of."
All the oflicers aboard tlie battle
ships and 11 arimoretd crtiscrs are en
v.;tius of those engaged Ii sut Lin Ile
1111114, which are regarded as great
sport. 'I'he professiolnl o1pinion Wits
expressed that tile reason file Ger
imants are declared to be ready to
forego siuhimarile attac .ls on lhinr
is tle wa nt of slllnl! H es.'i aId tie
personnel to carry on Iliir campaaln.
An sitensie Patrol.
Tho admiral commanting at an im
portant naval hi .im told t he co r
'<spondent tfinhat. ligland had 2,:00
aIl xi liaries ol (lly from t lie I tritish
chillnel to iteland and t1hat their
iese've crews ha heCn zealous in
their impililant part In overcomilng
the kind of naval warf:ire which Gler
As Ihe torpedo boat destroyer on
Vhlich file correspondent was t pas
seiger turned into tie harbor, where
lie grand fleet lay at anchor, he saw
a target being towed in tle clstomil
ary manner for firing prattice. "We
keep at if all the time," an otlicer
Tile practice of tie criIsers finish
ed, they took thir' place in fleet
formation aniong tle Iimmense field
of gray shapes at anchor in plroelse
order, wih -lI, as tle torpedo boat de
stroyer drew no:r'er, became line af
ter line of drt'ea(d naughts.
Tie Queen Elizabeth, back fron
the Dardanelles, was tin tle fleet.
Every (leek was stripped for ac
tion, steam was tip In every ship and
as tile dest oyer threaded ler way
turrets were seen turning and guns
being elevated and lowered fin the
course of drills. Seaplanes had their
hiotm1e on a famous 4tlantlc liner.
Wild Cat Squadron.
In their places in the battle cruiser
squladron, which is known in tle navy
as tie "cat sqinadron," were the Lion
and1( the Tiger, which sank the Gier
man atrmor'ed cr'ulser' ilucher in the
Nor'th sea battle.
'"Tl'lL senms a suiflicient dlenlal of
the Gcirman repor't that the Tiger Is
at the biottomt of tile Sea,''" 1( saidt
Looking str'angc among (lie
homlogeneouis types pfthe teni-gun
shipls wthich belongdd to the regtular'
BrItIsh navy wvas a Turkish dread
niughit takent over' at the ouitbrieak of
As the de(str'oyer approached thie
flght sipi of Ithe comtimander' in chief1,
an olllcer' Iointed ot VIce AdmIral
Slir .Iohn .Jellcoe, as one of two of
fleer's lpromteniad~ing the qiuarter (leek.
Thie v'lee admtial rii''eeivedl his gttest s
at (lhe ganigway. At 57 years lie Is
thie seior of all the list, which in
ciltides vlee ad mir:al s at thle age of -i1.
lie Is never w ithiot a telescope linder'
his arim when lie is on deck, and of
fleer's says thiere Is nothlin g whlichl thle
young 0 ers on watch see that lie
idoes not see.
Admiiral JIellli'oe escortedl his guests
through the shi p. lIe was most in
ter'estedl In callIng attentIon to the
spteelal machine for pr'actice of the
gun sp)otters5 iniri 'ng, wvhiere the r'e
stilt of (!eh shot Is dlisplayed.
A Poor Subs~ttitte.
"Trhi kIs the best we have unitil tihe
Germ'tuan fleet comes out and gives us5
a chanee for' the real thiIng,"' saId thle
All Day1) Singing.
There wi'll be ain all-day sIngIng at
the Second iBaptist churtchi of hLaurenis.
nicxt Sunday, Sept, 12thi. ini the af
torno'n at th:roe o'clock thiere will be
a lecture by Ilion. R. A. Coop1er1 on
"Sunday Schools andl ilarna."' All of
the sIngIng classes In the county aire
cordially invIted to attendl thIs meet
Ing. DInner wIll be served on the
Invigorating to the Palo and Sickly
The Old Standard general strentheningt tonIc.
GROV'P TrAR'Tpr '% chill TONI1C, drives Out
tem. A ttue toitde. I'nr nauts and children. SM,
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Our Men's Shoes are the best makers best effort
o The business man can find his comfortable, dur*
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The young man will find his Shoes here--Shoc
O that go the Style limit.
YOUNG MEN: Otr new fall Hats and Caps wi!
appeal to you very forcibly as the top notch of style ,
well as quality. -
Gents Furnishers from Head to Foot
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SPR ING WATERI
CoAll goods coming from the Coca Cola Bottling e
eCmpany's plant are now bottled with pure spring *
*, water from Hudgen's Spring. In this way we help g*
Sprotect your health by giving a delightful drink with- 6
1 Analysis of Hludgens Spring Water I
recThe following analysis of Hudgens Spring water, g
water is pure and healthful.
,ANALYVSIS NUMBER 22109.
Samplde of Water "Sprinig, City of LauIrenls, S. C."+
Received August 1 7th, 1915.
From H udIgns GS Cinnery', Laurens, S. C.
Grs. per U. S. Parts per
Gal. 231 cu. in. Million
Total Solids, dried( at ioo degrees C. 7-579 130.0
Chlonine ob. 141,.0
H ardntess in termue of carb~onate lime 2.33 40.0
Alkalinity, in terms of carbonate lime 0.87 15.0
Actual ammllonia 0.026
Albtun inoidl a n inonia 0. 04(
Nitrogen as nitrate 2 .o0
Nitrogen as nitrite no te+
As far as can be determinled bv a chiemieal analysis alone, this appears to be a good
Spure water, free from objectionable organic imp~urities
R. N. Bracke't,
Clenmson Agricitur,1l College, Chief Chemist.
A ugust 21st, 1915.
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