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This sp'ing has beeni discovo1ed on
Mr. it. Z. Wright's place jitst two llles
below Clinton opposite Dovert Junie
tiol, close to the main plblic road.
This water has been aialyzed at
(1lemson College. and has been fonlnd
to he heavily char-ged wil Iiroin and
othe prloperies, and free from all im
puitle.s. I*)r lhose that are run down
and suffyer with differenlt kinds of
stomaclh troubles such as indigestion,
k id ney trouble, sores, antl Ii ffteren t
kinds of blood diseases, t'iher is no
grevater. tonlic knownl than ir-on. It is
eldorsied by all hlit Iduing physicianis.
lT.e arie peopile now who arie. using
tlis wate'r alld cantoleify to the good
lhat. it is doing them.
The ptblic is invited to vi.it this
sping ald if you are .;luyfering flmil
anly * th'.So kind ot diswas;es thierec is
no doubt, but thi5 water will be (if
lt'Ilc'ilt to ymI.
Th* way the healing properlies of
tllis % it-:- and call test ify to the good
manl wik had 11 s on his b-us. and by
baillinie_ Iboin inl ,t water 1hwy b. a
ti) hieaI at c e. .-v 2.t
W. M. NASH
Gray Court, S. C.
NOTICE TO ( RLDITRlIS.
01he estate 0 S. ). .1a haffey, dlece'asedl.
ire(- helreby notileid and r je tuired to
present. hm d11 uy11 proent- tf) the 1111
dlersigled onl or befole the 3th day of
Septllber. !, or1 be orever bal :ed.
. . \l. \ M H .\l E-T,
Auguzst II. 1H1. 1-:t-A
No Worms lin a Healthy Child
All children troubled with worms have an in
healthy colir. which indicates poor blood, and as a
rule, there is nore or less stomnach dizturbanwe.
GtOVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly
for t oor three weeks will enrich the bood. ihn
prov" the digestiou, and act as 1a GCeneiral Strength
ening Tonic to the whole systerm. Nature will thmn
throw cff or dispel the worins. and tihe Child will ie
in perfect health. Pleasant to take. W0c per bottle.
Al11;EVIl.LE-1tEN WOul) .lll 'TAIl.
IN lu', ll s '
1 I11 I'I; -t lY I)~SIA I'D I rz,',: ooll i.
\' IN i -: l ( 1 Y A 1 .\ 'c-r1 i li e.5 0 a.0 c0 .
WilTlT OR C.\M, on ii unfier
signf~i for any in:"~ .ii y . i
dvnit., aboll' <)1ir p!;in of in lr U'
''r, Wlidstormin or Li.htinil.
A+nd <Ic " - c!l-a. 1ca all: mt l rane
l'oil pa nly in exist11,;C.
IOmm r wo ar-e pre"pared ol 10rove%'
to yo) 'Iat oulr*S is he safe St and
.he:l la )f insurance knlown.
Ou a1..- c'ation is now ~ . 11n1ed to1(
write Inslrazlle iln the counfltijs If Ah.
T'L- o:Ii.:ers are:
fi''-N. -1- 'ILASEli LYO.N. Presidaent,
(ojlmbia, .S. C.
.1 It. BI. A E. E, Gen. A id., ec'y. 4- Tr'leas.
GreenIwo~od, S. C,
U r; ,at . ...\P. Carmel, S. C.
j .-\l. bI ;:tlbrell ...bbeville, S. (C.
.3n1- II. ~chlds .. .....radleyc, S. C.
A., W. \ iunigbloodi . . . . Ilodges, S. C.
J. N. C ~xim13berlaini. . MeCormIlek, S. C.
It. II. Ninolson . . . . Edgefield(, S. C.
1.. Tininarmamn, Plceasanlt Lane, S. C.
J. C. .lartinl............rinetCtonl, S. C.
W. II. Wh'larton .. .. ..aterloo, S. C.
(Jreen1 wIII, S. C.
CHICHIESTER S PILLS
- - Lndlel An orDu toto
ht~hm-tr' 1Manen frand/A
I'ii in n.d c,-l occid niceItlIani .
... h hnes, seile I w~bIth n RIwon.
s 'Take no ohr.,u oj yB
DIA lND t \Nll PIlI.R. 25
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVEIRYWERE
Colinty of laturens.
Dy 0. (1. Thompson1501. Priobate? 1 lJdge.
Whlerec as M. . Ilovenat S. Sa xon has
of. Aicnnistrat in of thle estatle and
elfects ofl 8. h.. Saxon.
Th'lescetc are herefoe, to) rite' and ad.
mish ai!ll an Idd .inlglar~t th1 kindred
andl ('cdito-s ofl tw .1i 8. b. Miaxon,
dceasced. that1 thcy bce and~ ap~pear I b'
fort' lilt. inl till Court of Probate, toI
be1 hllId at ILaur enls I ourt' Ilouse, 141au
renls. S. C., onl the 2' t hI a of Auguist,
19i-I8 next, aflcer pubIIlicationl hereof, at
II o'clock ill the forenloonl to sho(w
cause, if aniy they have, whby thle said
AdminlistrIation3 shlouldc 0 it'b granlted.
Giveni unlder' my1 hanId tIs 1211lbldy
0. U. TI IO.\ PSON,
'-23-A j. 1'. L. C.
Tlo Improve YIIur Igestlin.
"i' years' my di gest Ion was so Illoor
that I coulId 0only cal the Ilightest
foodts. I trited everything t hat I hlear'd
ofI toI g.t 1r11ief, but3 not ui I about a
yeari ago wh11en I sitw Chiamberla in's
T 'abIlets asdver1l1ised antI got a bottl11e
of' Ihem dill 1 f11nd thle rightl trtmt~ii.
Sinrce tak inig the ml' iy diIgestlonl Is
* e o6e SSSe ee e e00.
* (1tOSS(" HILL NE WS. *
o)ss 11111, Aug. 19.--The death of
Veteran Alexander 1). Owens last W'ed
liesday afternoon, though not unex
pected for several months, removed
froin our midst, so ffir as we know,
tihe oldest citizen in this section mid
cast a gloom of sadness over the com
munity. lie had been in very feeble
health for moro than a year, (1ue per
hals largely to his advanced age of
eighty years. lie had lived a long life,
huible. reserved, yet useful as a citi
zen, neighbor and Christian gntleman.
iis life and conduct as a Christian
ail meimber of the laptist church, so
i r we k!now. was uireproached and
exmIlla ry. Though his life was long
and he had reared a large family of
chiild'en. yet his was tle first death to
Over in the family. Fle is survived,
Ireforo. by his wife. who was a .lite
Re'-l, ; nd all of his children, live sons
anI I Yre d'u I IlgLIters. I Intermenttt was
), a I lityv Sprins Tursday af
'"nnnat 1 o'clock, condnetled hv Rtev.
W. ). lRatchford.
-v. (h-o. : Smith. who has beeln in
h I trainin 22:1 <c I'or arm hhis ('42)1 l i ns
- :'' neli. Ta . hanisville, Ky., tho
!I. '.:I -d4' I lt ' i III I , s ~ lan s v i Iat
Whe ue lie. r'es('rned Sti yg
na .1 1 all re i red examina
'''nidt 21 ):'iliivt of i t e (ht i aou l
Valy thnll l. it Itthe rank of firto
ani. lie is It wen ord red to
port atj '.Ir . \I vae do. 1.%rylan-1].
-4 ab 11 1 h 1ld h1is Iast ser-vice. at
o atpt itt Ibreh Sunda1 (tati y ml o rn tin
tkwhich 'ill leav presen tld his resig
4 in Ia iator tthe Ihurc hw t' at I t s r
a Ie aI l i ld s i it f l that of
.ltutary. Ile i,4 now arranging his
:affairs inl preparlationl for h Iis nt(\w
work, and will leave Cross Hill the lat
'er )art of this wreek. By7 his exemlp
I arIY life. and his faithful pastoral ser*
vico. ir. Smitlh has endeared himself
TO his cotnrega tions, all of whomt re
uert to los him and his family from
their ttidkl, yet they commend his pa'
triotism in voltntarily offering his life
and service to his country.
* ose e see ....e * e e .e
1)21 l. . '. I. 1 . \V .O.
- y I . .. I v I . -. re
* . n I n-'-2 lit.l - . .l \' \
n . I. ::: .: );i 822to -1)l21. .
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ru' l ho rYi :4 hl y. N.
\\ M . 1 it.ll i n. andl 242 a1 1 11 1
a . i t II,. i wI k ry. .II Al . .1.
tun'1l42IS i ) \liy I,;t2nfoKt'' h iast 41)21
- 22-1 polsli'l~IOt ill Al1'ld21 iti.
.\1211r.t !birn 021 nd .\iiliiS.e -tlat ins and(
-I ie I.ifr.I.W o ruT p n
t2''ifol'.SO'atil lt ''a s cil iiVI
lr.l I l'' a t s .le Wiolliams enjoylI'S Id
lep'ani vil- of have 21 vry nio
-'212 \ 'll2i f all l iy t hen.00 w it t ill
h42i2' 114 how iasi Katurday Qu''2t it a ii
4 ime fth r wfr indin. relatives.
The211 ladciesi If theIial Iimprlle o
M I. Wlrpx. oi rdy tenon, Acii,
.\,41ustl'!id.ywtI This ommitye on pro-s
i1a iss worklC11111) (o haveas vryIl ier
Iiomne aftl showex(I y lour inerst it the
imr nemnt of' our.V s1ho. 11by1 met:o
\lr.'. Osa Thomargs, aIf fAmy r(are vit
ed-ori th1 'Cis ee lastiti r~ltive
They mad the troipsast woek in the
Th(ei nial rlti it o this lattter
itt p1am('il wl meta th ob l' -
.\Irsn homeIad11 nex Thur1Msday I' t a
lhis aocain of Otr(e leasurei vloi
tihl' faily ands fr'liend Vof the( fmily.
.\ i . ItyW Johnsoi tan, of ArIsada
r '1etr tripi from iichmn, hashing
.\'l(lilgs fee laysmwit hat' pretsne
COLE L. BLEASE
SPOKE -IERE MONDAY
(Continued Firol Front Page.)
It'ferring inferentially to the roeint
statement of President Wilson in
which he said "I have no reason to
fear that they (the people of South
Carolina) will believe that Mr. Blease
is or can be a friend of the adminis,
tration'", Mr. Mlease said he didn't care
wilat 'resident Wilson says or writes,
"I d1c't believe the people of South
Carolina are going to let any inan tie
a collar around their necks and be
dictated to" how they shall run thei.
governinent. III Islit; Connection, he
reiterated his charge that 75 ,pver cent
of tho men in the atny today, amuong
them the three lichey boys 41hom1 he
praised lighly, are followers of hII
I mid chaUlengod his opponents to dis
pirove it. lie said the lalboring boy:
and the (otoll mill hoy.i had gone to
war while the "town sports and eig
a,4ettk suckers" had gottell .xellptled.
.\1'. Ilease advocated a fixed price
of .-) cents a ioitltnd foir cio hell and fied
'ral aid for goodl roads.
ApproIching Ihe li iject of 111legr 's.
or n\,lwt4 a considerable ninherIII Wilre(
in the i' lienice' , he said that tho re
: lrn i ' negr Si 1olers wvere going to
deniland the righit to vote and hlold oi
l icle. , Wh~at is, your. an1swer 1o4)t
- - lit. ,said :h tw sa lin~l eri~ wich!
:h-lid hte lilt to Ohe stalt's.
Saying that he would lnot say alny
Ihinig aLainlst .\r. Dial else-;Where that
i would not say he'r, hIt proceeded
') rha.1sih SonIe charges against tile
hitsiless careel of \t. i)ial which have
bo'etn fea I tred ill he ' harlestTon
American and which can be found
there mlost any day by anybody Who
Wants to read about then. .\tr. Dial
was 1ot prese't1 to aniswer thes;e
charges and was not invited to be
present. .\r. Illease has never iade
them in the hearing of .\lI. I)ial.
lie (uoted the late Senator Tillman
ascharging .\Ir. ])Iall with being at
11:1 kellite. lIII saidt that Mlr. Dial opl
posed the stat- warehouse systemi and
six per cent money for farmers.
In closing his addrss lie reiterated
his statement, which has already beell
published in which he said that il
'levteld he would go to Washington anl
offer his services 10 Presidllelt Wilson
and if 'cssay slpporI hiti for a
third terin as peie t
.\rt. BIlease prodiled his It l ct ionl by
a1 InaIJoriy of 1-1n or lifteen thou sa l
Clire for Iytte)
t'h:oi l he'i jil' ('illj' 1rid Il )jar li. -.
14 1 .."i f I I n W II ti . i I u hI
I t-' \l 11i' u h n. "I I ti Ii I r d
'w ii I \ ii i l li ( e l ' i ' '.ii' I a :
i-j I. vil . cI . I ' i I I. :I 'a
tilt L"r - sii I i'll'hi V V,1h0'
wht wa ' lit . t I i t of d It:h'
w1 Ii the att k (f y.-t -lvn1t aa
.i ian. lSotw o b ; n Ih bes atsv -
iiolt Ili to . s-: w'~ ~eri a g ot Ie all i
:al~l 1 as-e tht lif eie. 0 wso i av
t ,i f it hil ! .il d N.li ' ta e '
h.-11 ha 1 act us o i b h'ai ' e li- t t.:ags
ilt' th Pt( (';i iyiig iI I - .ps.
st i 1 vli tt i i ll c us 1 aad.
\fo-rean Tnas ofes,-chr:l on'h
resore vtlya nd l nryby puifyb- tnd '*
rihilwr t ih e blo. Ynon f-'i eeyls ten'th
'ng he hotortn offewr ic-r 60.s.Gn
Wo I'f. nlear I llksdale ih s inUnen
i ar e nig .\lr .l . W arren(I'501 Ii.lt'
b''es I )loveud.r m s. O l e
clss raCie and02 isaet fam ile
nextze hes bayifhodsostin
'e lafoment wreoo Is ge~nt a
priaciful again. let she wasp acie
noon apl real o'0lock fThie funaea.a
!im. The palharr.er e
(Continued Front Front Page.)
in the past. He said that when he
went into oflice 16 years ago that a
heavy indebtedness was hanging on
the county, and that in spite of the
heavy flood losses for which not an ex
tra dollar had been appropriated, the
county Is loday free from debt and op
erated on a cash. basis. lie said that
the oflice of supervisor is a big Job.
lie has given the county i busiless
gdminis tration. for recently the Comp
troller General had said that he con
sidered him one of the best oilcials in
the state. The adminiktration of the
finances of the county is the 1iniport
ant thing he assered and he has given
eflicient service, doing the best possi
ble with the means at the disposal of
tle oflice. Speaking of his opponents
hei said the people should examine
rheir records as busincai men and as
former ofilcials and see what siucess
hua's been theirs.
.t. 1). W. Watt si.d 1ltumnhert had
hIid the otille a lol.g timile- -rli g
--meelh Th ofliev Should hep filled boy
' mn 1131Of ability. expOrience aid coil
servative. These requisiti lie possess
aod will give 1 cinl (i molival afilnin
istration. lie said. "If you don't want
-->d rwoi t is, (on't vo(t(' for .ohn Wat us".
!i-- re'*1rredv4 to) Mr. linmh11er-l's re4c"'."
v'ii -iciz; I 01i m for. he way inl
wOhi hIl has 'onldut ed tlie office antd
tle pool .idgment shown In the work
ing.4 of the' county's ro ihs. !! prn:I
i sed itleieley if elected.
11. .1. iaigston announced his van
i d('v and asked the sinport of lie
people for Ilie otilee, pledging his ap
preciation and faithful service if
Ross 1). Young was "at hone" and
received a big welcome from his home
folks. tie gave an iaccount ^ of his
st ewardship and said that he had giv
on tlie county a business administra
Iion. lie told of having loanled $:5.
000 of Jail money at 5 per cent, and
$10.011 of roadi money collected. at
5 per cent. 1le is always glad to
"cvole homie" where lie has alwes
been giVenl sllenldid Support.
The calldidates for C(ountv Comimis
sioner. Messrs. A. D. Blakely. 1,. W.
\lartin, A. II. 'Moore. 11. Wrightt Mar
iin. .1. C. Nelsoni and .1. It. O'Dell, brief
ly anin1onn1 eed Ite ir candidaci's anql
av-k.d the Silffra e iof thio \N)tels ill thIl
comling election, aill promliking NIh
fili, illeiwnt serviie if (elevatLed to the
loIfty oIffivo to whi-h thevY aspire.
T1e crowd was ill a g!ood ht r a ind
complete line of I
find on Fifth Ave
and we invite yor
L adies' Coats
A wonderful e
stripes, and the se
this department u
towns, and at mu
al of the camfduates received a cour- I ' t Flaster.,
teotis and respect'ti.i hearing. i A piece of flannel dampened. with
Ciaiberlain's Lfninent and bound on
Tracer Denraxtration. over the seat of pain is often more ef
A demonstration of the Cleveland feetual fo a laine back than a plaster
lI anid does not cost anything iko as
Tractor will be given on the farni of j much.
Alr. Guy L. Copeland, about a mile and 1
a half this side of Clinton, next Tues- The Strong Withstand' the Heat of
day, the 27th, which is efection day. Summer Better the Wek
The demonstration will be given under Old peoplo who are fvB4 #Id younger people
the direction of the Ellis Motor Com- who are weak. will be stfiened and enabled to
got through the depresaing hcat of summer by tok
pany, of Clluton, and Mr. 1li8: has is- Ing GROVE'S TASTRLES ch IITONIC, itpurilca
sned a general invitation to all farm- and uriches the bloodand builds up the whole ss
t. You can soon feel Its Strengtheeia. Invigor
eds and otkepos Interested to attend. etlngEduectne p.
DAVID B. TRAXLER
If 1141b beiie n Statedoiltilt g itrIogI th dep n heat u ebyitdik
'rtint-c Iaill 1. ' ra x i ng G for ' STAress fiThiii flit' purit
1) ist ri't. lit reiitiit lo in d o his sof eichs t he b l in tl upth
fl 111 liLu list of? W~proe li ivi' I. fii'hisi iuss 111i!1 11114) III'e
s iippoli'tic m.. TrAXIh r. Yhoiu c oon i elits elid ni noe
hi't'ii ( 1'ii ii', bunt t is list, bhu' re'hr'stiutk i e, Is si .
fiilt toi show 111 tlt i, xtlivil Is'i iiiit rut'.
Iandother ilte tiersigid totten. nin of fcret.i60 le, S. .,
hioeWt ly xupiaport 111111 t'iitloi.-u. l)ii Id iR. Tlraxier (oI, CON -
G4 R EESS:
\i\. . Cleveland A. . M orris
.1. 0. DJoais rt. T.rm u
W. it. Ialertine %V. C. I th1 st nphret ty
.1. . llilisffoy A. r,. iarks ale
J. S. Goodial W. If. Ilollstonl
A . Mahaffey NN. P.. B3ull
C. 0. Iobbs .1. 0. fames
.1. A. uull W. D. Phillip s
W . Matin A. C. laegevan
.. .fet F. W. symrnes
Wi. M. Janies A. A. Pearso'n
It. '. 1). Par'fh
Eu'1g:1o P. B.aleg .\.hi
W. H. Haletine
'11i. KNilg r a t nI gs~tlll andl Co.
J. -. vlahaffoy
.1. It. Tira3unlhar A. If. Pyzon
A. 1. Clshlita . A. Chandler
C .1 . NH eo Jabses If. I-ice
1.. Flius;ton It. K. TowneCs
V-.. W. nodsol W. P. Ligon
W.. S r I'0. P. Ala nill
W. I. Iti.\l'ee S . ts'.I
W.~ A. Jme
W. l'l W. T. artinso
. W -;.oustoni
\''. k' r -nhas utrtrn dfo e
York . here he urc Ase t.h.\morrt
le h s o d re a.rrny diy
to ee ur irs shwin ofCur
Silk Dresses. Serge hresse
A. n aryFl H. arksde
OFFAL IL2.O ONl
J.n nsld oos Rai nestok e
pohesowngo lage Waugrudn
c. lower prices