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The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are
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Medicinal virtues retain
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only in sealed packages.
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for waehussstre, u
mansion. Aski your dealei
SAP GUM AND IN
or tell u ht.S youI '(l intend to build :
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'WO HANGED ON
Crestview, 1la., Sopt. 23.-A double
execution took place here today when
Putnam Ponsell and Jake Martin i4aid
the death penalty for the murder of
John Tuggle on July .1, near this place.
Trho trap 1was siring at ten minutes
past twelvo and the men were pro
niounced dead in IS minautes.
A crowd estimated at 10,000 persons
had gathered to witness the hanging,
which was a public one.
11oth Pl'osell anld M.%artinl admitted
their guilt just before the execution,
and ,a letter from the mother of John
uggle was read to the men In which
she said that she had foraivenl them.
crowd for the benefit of the wile an(d
t wo echil drenl of Ponlsell and the wife
and One liChild (d Martin, who arei
A collection was taken up in the
destitute, anlid more than a thousand
dollars was coitribited.
Plics Cureci In 6 to 14 Days
Drue'ilets refundl mnne, i PAZO'1NTM.NTia1s
1-We wRin.. Ilnina, mleeding or Protrudid1 Pile~s
roik'' s 1 ehir 's i. - n
W E N BROS. MARBLE
& GRANITE CO.
Dealers in everything for the "eme
The largest and best equipped mon
imental mills In the Carolinas.
3REENWOOD, - - - S. C.
) YOU BU LD BU' ONCE."
1" !?R.) OF "TIA 11'OOD ETERXA1I.."
- generCIa COstrtuCtiOn LISeS,
flooring for, (Xeury 1purpose
lic buildings, a cottage or a
-about our famous line of
md we'll tell you how best to floor it.
- INSIST on CYPRESS for all
tts. (It's just common sense.)
) ETERNAL'"''bbu .
youlhr nearest lumbueur Ocale*r. If he
hid namec and we'll "do thle needful.
OMPANY, Gable, Southi Carolina
Bee Hives and " AlI-ypress'' Garages.
(URsAT CM rui)
LL & CO.
THOUSAND MEN IN
PARADE OF BIBLE
CLASSES OF SPARTANBURG
Streets Thronged Sunday By Citizens
Eager to Witness This Wonderful
Demonstration. Dr. Snyder
Delivers Impressive Address.
(From Spartanburg Herald)
A thousand men of the Bible classes
of the churches of Spartanburg parad
ed the streets of the city yesterday,
headed by a band, and after listening
to an eloquent address on the court
houke lawn by Dr. Henry Nelson
Snyder, president of Wolford college,
dispersed to attend preaching services
at their respective houses of worship.
The demonstration was a most im
pressive one. Having had wide pub
licity, the streets were lined with citi
zens to witniess the parade of this
peace-time army. The central idea
was expressed by W. G. Willard, imas
ter of ceremonies, was to endorse to
all men that it is a good thing to
be a member of a Bible class.
Headed by Band
Marching four abrest, the line be
gan moving from the First Baptist
church at 10 o'clock. First came the
Saxon Mill hand, an organization of
thirty musicians, dispensing religious
music. The bandsmen were clad in
white uniforms. Next, following the
band, were two men bearing a man
moth banner with this inscription:
"We are members of the Spartanburg
men's Bible classes. Where men go,
boys will follow. Join a Bible class
and help the boys and improve, your
self." There were 2-14 groups or lines
with four men each, making at total
of 976, and the band added 4>rought
the total to a few over one thousand.
The line of march was down Main
street to North Church, through
North Church across to Magnolia
and down Magnolia to the court house
lawn. When the men marching enter
ed the courtyard they were joined by
as many more. From the steps at
the rear of the courthouse Dr. Snyder
delivered an inspiring address on the
Exercises at Courthouse
The exeicises Were opened with
prayer by Dr. W. L Ball, pastor of
the 'irist Baptist Church. .1 os. W.
Alansfiehl annoi1unliceI the hymns and
Ied I the sin ging. On thle steps were
griped lible class leaders and the
paLtors of srveral of the chuchlies,
a1mong them Rtev. P-'. ElIdonl Bibblo,
pastor of B(e1l1-l \Ietlhodist church'
I )r. A. I). I'. Cilmour, pastor of the
F"irst I'rebytrian church; Rev. W.
If. K. l'endleton, r(tor of the Church
of the Advent, awl Dr. Wmn. L. Ball,
pastor of the lFist BIaptist church. To
band accomipa niiment the two thousand
peopl ,atherld oi Ihe courthouse lawnii
sIig ferivetly the songs of Zion. Rev.
W. Ii. K. 'endleton made tle closing
pIayer and pronounced the benedic
D r. Snyder was introduced by Chair
mau n WillIiard. Spartanburg people
have heard the eminent teacher make
many eloquent addresses, but num
bers of promiinent citizens remarked
after th(e exercise's yesterday that
never befoire had Dr. Snyder spoken
so impressively and driven home the
truths with greater force. It was
generally agreedl that nio fi ner tribute
has ever been p~aidl the Book of Books
by the e'lorluent speaker, wvhose pro
nioun(cmen2ts on the English Bible
have been so widlely quoted.
D r. Snydler prefaced his remarks
with the observation that in spite of
all that has be'en saidl andl written
about "our new citizens." in looking
over his audience he could not help
feeling this is still a man's world,
at least for the next few years, until
the wvomen "get the stidie."
Peace lime Soldiers
Dr. Snyder reealled another parade
rhout fouur years ago, when 20,000
nien marched through the streets of
Spartanbhurg with guns upon theiir
;houlders, bient upon a different mis
ion. ie spoke( of the ('motion which
wel led in the breasts~ or those who
watched them pass, knfowing that
many of thenf wouldl never r-etiurn. i~e
~hen referred to the Bible class parade
us the mar('h of the soldiers of the
'omm1on1 goodl, dedicat inrg their lives in
hese times of peace to make Spartan
>urg a be(tte'r place to live in.
''We ar' all students of one hook,''
aidI Dru. Snyder, ''though we belong
.0 dIifeirnt churchies.'' Foir more than
mie thousandl years the Protestant
~vorld has agreed to three things.
Fi rst, this hook is th(e wordl of God.
t stanrds a parit from any other book.
We have nuever da red to attachI to any
ather volume this title. Second, for
nore than oIne thousand years we
a ye called it thle book of Ii fe. We
lescri be no other book in this sense.
Ph ird, it has been called the Book of
B~ooks. None (t her hans meant so
nuch to thle hiumanr race. Th'e Bible
5 readl more arid dliscu1ised more t hanr
mny other hook. It is still the best
seller handIled over the counters. Each
renerationu interprets this boo(k for it
self. It is the most wVidely read anrd
hiseussedl book in the world. No other
uppr'oaches. it in simplicity and heauty
>f language. Through it the comnion
peole may speak an uncommon Ian..
F ila e'.
Chairnan Willard, at the conclu
sion of the exercises, thanked the
members of the band for their good
work, and spoke briefly of the pur
pose of the demonstration, which was
niot a parade for ishow, but an endorse
ment of the work of the Bible classes
f the various churches, with the hope
that others would be induced to. join.
Colds Cause Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE To blets remove the
cause. There is only one "Bromo Quinine."
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RN RAIL WAY SYSTEM
Trunk Line Between Atlanta, Ga. and Washington, D. C.
ruck it Righ
you Light a CAMEL
tr taste will tell you that! For Camels
he flavor and fragrance of choicest tobaccos,
:tly blended.' They're smooth and mellow
d there's NO CIGARETTY AFTER
putlte utmost quality into this one brand.
Is are as good as it's possible f or skill, money
felong knowledge of fine tobaccos to make a
k it tte.
at's why Camels are THE QUALITY
booh tot ult nothsoebad