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First Stops All Pain-Then Peels the
Don't try to fox trot on corn tor
'tied fcct. Got rid of your corns. If
Make You Re ee Those
:you have never seen a corn tickled to
-deth, j1int Rpply a few drops of "Gets
It" to yours. Then watch that corn
die-peacefully as if it had gone to
.sleep. Soon it is nothing but a loose
piece of dead skin that you can lift
right off with your fingers.
Get after them now. Your drugiaat
haa "Gets-It". Costs but a trifle or
nothing at all if it fails. Mfd. by E.
IAwrence & Co., Ohicago.
Sold in Laurens by Laurens :Drug
Co. and Putnam's Drug Store.
%twono bnl ithout quenton
Wf HUNTR salvo faIA thi
treatme-'i Xof ITCH -t
RINGNVOR, 6I'iFrI or
other Itchinir skin docnno
Tya 75 ent box Mi au s
Laurens Drug Co.
A test every two weeks is
necessary even if you have a
Willard Threaded Rubber Bat
tery. You want to know that
It is fully charged--that it is
a#le to provide a quick start and
bright light when wanted.
Drive around today. You'll
know our place by the red
'You'll find a full line of Wil
lard Batteries here, and Willard
Service-the kind you'd expect
from the builder of a battery
like the Willard. Ask about
Threaded Rubber Insulation.
W. Laurens St.
CEDAR MOUNT ACADEMY
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I afterward learned to love him), the
Moods and scores of others. There I
saw and heard for the only time that
cccentric 'preacher, Lucius Bellinger.
I canl see hin yet .4tanding in the pill
pit. I must have been quite small for
the only thing he said that I remem
ber was a frequent repetition of tie
:'hrase, "I fancy, my brethren." I pre
;une I. -was too young to take in 'his
discou'se, *but it was the first tline
I ever heard 'I fancy" and I shall car
ry that much of the old 'preachers ser
mon to my grave.
Mount ;Bethel was the church of the
Souths, Pools, Sullivans, McCulloughs,
Lanbrells, Epps, Gilkynons and
Voods. They were a great people.
lodie McCullough, one of the eminent
lawyers of the state and now of Balti
more, .was from -this church.
One of the remarkable features of
'his old camping ground wvas the great
ipring the waters of which were so
itrongly impregnated iw'itlh lime that
he horses refused to diink it until
hey were forced to do so from thirst.
It boiled up from a basin at the foot
f a steel) declivity and forned a pool
.wenty feet in diamcdter and several
,eet deep, and running away formed
i considerable creek. I remembei
that there were fish in the spring.
Across this spring there was always
i bridge way of thick -plank. I have
stood and watched an almost interm
nablc line cf negro ecoks and wait
ing men file across this bridge, plunge
their buckets into the spring and pass
:n. One dip filled them and after
"housands of gallons had been dipped
:ut there did not seem to 'be the
least diminution in the out-flowing
stream. Nor iwere the waters the
least discolored by the continual
3plashing from morning till dark.
A few miles from Mount Bethel was
pak 1111 Methodist church in Green
rille county. 'Prominent among Its
n'mbers -were the Epps, Scotts, lum
berts, Sullivans, Gilkersons, Stokes,
Dhandlers, Mc'I)avids, Chapnans,
Vances and Gambrells were among the
l1rst attendants of this church-a re
lined and gentle people.
Oak 11111 was at fIrst a union church
ind was given by hansom Cobb, Esq.,
who owns a large tract of l~ind ad
loining the seven acres which he gave
or church purposes-for the use of
ill denominations. The building was
>riginally a snall frane 'building tin
,eiled. The Baptists organized a
hurch in this old building and .wor
;hipped there for many years but the
hureil 1(ld not grow, that denomi ina
Aon, therefore, aibandoned its efforts,
to minitain an organ ization at that
.olnt. , Iring the year 1855 there was
i. uiI:'eedeni ted revival at .\ont,
Iiethel. The effects of this greaf awak
Sning reached and permeated tho
n'igh.horhood of Oak 11111. A iush
irbor was built there an(] the in ii is.
ters who haid cond(cited the revival
At Aloun1t letliel weit, at the solleila
lion of the ecimintity, over to Oak
Hill aobut tle middle of September 01
that year anld Conducted a meeting for
Lwo weeks. The first woman who con
iiected herself 'with the church was
P1hoebe A. Chandler, the mother of
%irs. L. T. ii. Daniel, and the first male
nember was IP. A. Mel)avid, then a lad.
lie still lives at Greenville. Robt. J.'
imith, Col. .Janes MeCullough and T.
Stokes transferred their member
dhip front Mount 'Bethel and with Mrs.
i'heresa McDavid, a woman of large
ntellect ( and devoted to every good
2ause, with the members received at
he revival organizd the Oak Hill
'i'le ministers who conducted the
'evival were Thomas -aysor, Judge
31ienn, Adldisont P. Mart in, an tincle
f W. S. M~artini of the Upiper Souith
Darolina Conference, John 'Hum11
>wrt, the father of (lie sainted J. 11.
ltumbert and Joseph H umbeirt, who
till lives in the vicinity df Mount
iethel, and .Jame's F. Smith, the fa
her of -Dr'. Charles F. Smith, of Michi
tan l'nlver'sity. The Biaptists trans
erred their rights in the 'property to
le zeal 'and contsecr'a'tilon of those
todly men w~ho conducted the great
SEAl, IS IN E~1'hOPE
Ibery Wat terson ThIeels 1-it (of Ills.
fory) ('on(eringu its Dhisappeamrance.
Louiisville, liy., A pril 22.-l Ienry,
NattersMon today revealed a bit of his..
01'y in coninection witIh the stories oif
lie dlisapptlearanlce of (lie Great Seal
>f the Confederacy, ablotut which much
ias been .written recently, anid gave
tas his bli ef that thle 0iig inalI sealI
s sonicwhierie in Euriope,. J i'obmaly ini
i'. Watte'rson has onec of the six
>r'iginal co:ules of the Grecat iPeal. "It
va~s oibtaI ied in this -way.'' lie said 1o
lay at hIs home at Mlansfield. near
"Wh en .1 udah P. Ilenjain le ft thtis
~ountr'y forever, to lo'nt(' in Londlon,
ie intru'tsted th.e Grieat I leal to his
ecr'etary3, a main inmed hDromwvellI. A
'ear or two after' Lfne war, Itromtwell
>ee'amc my1 fatther's law cler'k in Wash
ni ton C'ity. My father had 'the copies
ntade and Briomtwell re'tained (lie seal.
somietime later' Bromwell went to Lou
ion to joIn Mi'. Blenjamin, .who took
'arie of him intnil lie (lied, somttime In
le s enttles.o
"ie took the seal to England with
im, I have nto doubt it 'vas in his
,ff'ects and that it now reposes somte
vhei'e ovei' on the other side."
Mi'. Watterson is .widely known as
lie formnei' editor' of the Loitisville
liabituni Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days
'LAX-l'OS Wfl'il PEPSiN" ist a sptesily
prepare. yrupn'lontic-La xat ioforIliabitual
Constipation. it relieves piromptly but
shiould lbe taken reglularly for 141 to 21 days
to Induce reitular ac"ion, it Stimuilates and(
Regulates e Very Pieasant to 'Take. 60c
A seal, widely accepted by authori
ties as the original, is in the Confeed
erate Museum at 'lichiond, Va.
Richmond, Va., April 22.-Author
ties lhere on Confederate history stat
that all doubt has been cleared as t
the authenticity of the Great Seal c
the Confederacy now to be seen in th
Confederate Muse un in itichniond.
The recent story of the Great Sea
emanating from Washington to th
effect that all old negro (ied there wit
the secret of the hiding place of thi
seal was received with interest i
Confederate authorities here d
not doubt Colonel Watterson's state
ment that. he possesses a copy of thi
seal, but they do take issue with -hit
in his assertion .that the original sea
is across the Atlantic, for it is knowi
here that the instrument in possess1i
of .the Confederate Museum is genuine
The seal in Richmond was taken t(
England several years ago and show:
to the neplhew and successor of th
engraver who made the seal. Thi
engraver, Allen J. Wyon. furnished J
St. George Bryan, who took it to Eng
land, with a certificate attesting it 4t
be th nie his un-cle made-the orig
inal Great Seal of the Confederacy.
It was presented 'to the Confederat
Museum in 1912 and is viewed by hun
"Found Seven Rats Dead in Bin Nea
Robert Voodruff says: "My 'pre:r
ises were infested with rats. I trie
RAT-SNAP on friend's recoiienda
tion. Next morning found seven dea
rats In bin, two near feed box, thre
in stall. Found large number sinc<
No amell from dead rats-RlAT-SNA
drys them up. Best thing I have eve
ised." Three sizes,. 35c, 65c, $l.2I
Sold and guaranteed by Laurtns H-iart
ware Co., Putnam Drug Store, an
C. E. Kennedy & Son.
No Worms in a Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worms have an w
healthy color, whlch indicates poor blood, and as
rule, there is more or I ess otomach distui'rbsno
GROVES TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given reg
larly for twoor three weeks will enrich the blood
improve the digestion, and act ns a general Strengtl
ening Tonic to the whole system. Nature will the
throw off or dispel t he worms, and the Child wil 1I1
in perfect health. Pleasant to take. 60e per botti
I mrn mm
in New York City alone from kid
ney trouble last year. Don't allow
yourself to become a victim by
neglecting pains and aches. Guard
against this trouble by taking
The world's stnndard remedy for kidnoy,
liver, bladder and uric acid troubles.
1lolland's national remedy since 1696.
All druggists, three sizes. Gunrantee-1.
A ok for the viame GoM iedal on evory bo>.
and accept no imitation
Are You G(
Yes? Well, Let
We have the folk
31x4 . .
All the above st
there is a piece of th
Fabric Tires hav
Now is the time
special lot of Men'
in all the best color
es, and formerly sold
O0each . . ..
lot of Men's Odd Pa:
l assorted colors of
kxed worsted, formerlj
> $10.00 pair. Sizes
Vaists . . . ..
lot of Men's Low Sh<
md black, in both vic
leathers, that formerl:
o $10.00 pair. Got
nent of sizes . .,
of these specials are
should see them, ea
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LAURENS, S. C.
CLEMSON COLLEGE '08-'12 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY '16.'20
)ing to the Mountains?
WMe Equip Your Car With Cord Tires
>wing prices on Michelin Cord Tires:
$30.00 J 32x3 1-2 . . $37.50
$30.00 32x4 . . . $37.00
K4 . . . $37.50
Dck is new and are guaranteed as long as
e been reduced 20 per cent.
to equip, says Mr. Dusty Roads.
THE MICHELIN MAN
35 $ .00
up to Each
30 to Pair
i and U, 0
v sold P
limited in quantity and
rly for best se!ections.