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In its Northward Journey and that day
Marks the Beginning of Spring and Our
Millinery Spring Showing on Display
No extravagant claims will be made in our advertising, lor when merchandise is bought right and sold at a fair and rea^
sonable price, allowing only a legitimate mercantile profit, commensurate with business principles,
it is unnecessary to make extravagant claims.
A Truthful Statement is Sufficient Appeal to TMqJdgg Popple
isement is a statement of facts concerning our SPETXG MILLINEElfand we'anFconte;
rest to our lady folk's good judgment. ^
content to leave the
At The Corner Store
this season there is to be found a rare and magnificent assortment in HATS and TRIMMINGS, consist
ing of the BEST and MOST STYLISH in Designs and Shades. A Hat for everybody. A Cap for the
baby, the little tots too small to go to school, then the school girls and the Misses, the young lady, the
matron, and even grandmother, all have been thought of, and a selection made for each. The materials
are the best of their kind in each separate grade, and every grade has been purchased so that every
pocket-book can be supplied.
No Extravagant Prices on Aeeount of Opening of Season
You/can buy now as" well asfater and get full value for every dollar you spend. Owing to scarcity
of many;colors in dyes this season it will pay to shop early.
An Interesting Letter Froi
As we have finished our secc
term examinations and are about
begin a new term, I thought 1 woi
give you a few items of news fr
Dr. Riggs always gives the b^
two or three days between the s
ond and third terms to take a lit
recreation. About half of the bc
have taken advantage of this til
by visiting their parents or soi
other relatives. The few of us I
feel quite lonesome when so ma
of our fellow students leave i
However they will return Sund
nitrht, and Monday morning '
will all begin the third term?s wo
The graduating class of 193 4 d
nated to the campus a beautii
concrete drinking fountain. T
workmen have recently finish?
erecting it. As the warm sprii
days are coming on it will prove
be quite useful, besides the beau
fying effect that it will have up<
Athletics are booming up he
now. Coach Sitton, from Pendl
ton, is coaching our baseball tea
again this year. He was quite su
cessful with his team last year, ar
we have high hopes of his succe
again this year. We have sevt
baseball games scheduled on can
pus this season. The first one I
be played is Clemson vs Wesleya
on campus March 27. We are loo!
ing for quite a large crowd to wi
ness the first game of the season, au
to give the Clemson "Tigers" the
Captain Schindel will soon t
here again to make his annual ii
spection of the cops. He ii
spected here last year and was qnil
pleased with the military depari
ment. He sent a very favorable n
port to the War Department. Upo
his recommendation the War D<
partment has added machine gue
to the* Clemson armory..
At this writing I cannot sa
whether we will have another et
campment again this year or not
We have been invited to seven
places this year. Dr. Riggs hasn!
made any formal announcemen
about it yet, but I think it very like
ly we will go on about the fire
As news is scarce I will clo?
and'come again when I have mor
With best wishes to you an<
*'"'?* . . * . ?."..sj.-.-: 4?p&3f?i?i <iV; , .'. g
your readers, I am,
W. D. 0.
Clemson College, S. C.
Mrs.Tendens Case is
Talk of Neigh
Huntsville, Ala., Woman
on Three Bottles of
SUFFERED FOR YEARS.
Was Twice Examined and Each
Time Was Told Operation
Would be Her Only
"I have just finished my third
bottle of Tanlac and have gained
twenty-seven pounds," was the tru
ly remarkable statement made by
Mrs. Chas. Pedden, who resides at
550 Mill St., Huntsville, Ala. Mrs.
Pedden is one of the best known
and highly respected women ol'
that thriving little city, where she
bas made her home for a number of
''When I commenced taking
Tanlac, she continued, I only weigh
ed ninety-eight pounds; now I weigh
one hundred twenty-five pounds,
and never felt better in my life.
For years I have suffered with a
bad form of stomach trouble, con
stipation and pains in my side and
bae.k. At times the pains took the
form of torture and I was twice ex
amined and eacn tim9 I was told
that I had appendicitis and that au
operation would be my only hope.
I had fallen off until I only weigh
ed ninety-eight pounds and was so
weak I could hardly get around.
"I had no appetite at all scarcely
and what little 1 did eat would cause
gas to form in my stomach, whicb
gave me palpitation of the heart,
sick headaches and a dizzy feeling
about the head. When these spells
came on I would get awfully nerv
ous, I worried about myself until
I could rest and sleep but little.
"I had fallen off until I was al
most *skin and bones', and my
strength and energy were slowly
leaving me. I had a dread of the
future and could see nothing but
the operating table and the knife
] had a perfect horror of an opera
tion, but had made up my mind
that it was either life or death and
prepared to submit to it. I had
made all preparations and called o i
my sister to tell her good bye and I
did not know whether I would live
to see her again or not. My sister
begged and pleaded with me not
to allow them to cut on me and
told me to wait and try a good
tonic for a while. The next day as
I returned from the consultation
room I thought of what she said,and,
as I had heard so much about Tan-,
lac I decided to try it as a last re
sort, and stopped at Gilbert's drug
store and got a bottle. Of course, I
had l?st heart and had no faith in
the medicine but to please my sis
ter I made wp my mind to take it,
and oh, wnat a happy day that was
"I never returned for the opera
tion but just kept tal il
iac. Right from the s fi
to feel better, the me? 1
to take hold at once, i
ing effect and in a fe\ t
no pain at all. I was
the wonderful im pro*
condition that I sent
bors to tell them ho
I felt. I sent aod g<
tie of Tanlac and hav
taking my third bottl
I have been made al
to a new woman.
"As I have said ht
weigh 125 pounds and
merit has been so rapid
my clothes arc big eno
I will have to make tl
again. I nov/ have a ra
tite and my husband sa;
ply eating him out of
home. I have even gi
my coffee, which I was
touch. Those terrible p
back and head have all tl
and I sleep like a child,
longer nervous and whe
in the mornings I feel
cheeiful and bright, I am
to attend to my househo
and I feel as if I had start?
over again. My husband
delighted and my recovei
talk of the neighborhood, I
ing but rejoice* all day lo
the recovery of my health
praise Tanlac to everybody.
"I feel so grateful for my
from the operating table a
knife that you may publish
have said, you may, if you wish,
tell other women Buffering a? I was
to come to me and I will be glad to
tell them all about my case."
Tan lac, the master medicine, is
sold exclusively by Penn & Hol
stein, Edgefield; Johnston Drug
Co., Johnston; (r. W. Wise, Tren
ton. Price: ?1.00 per bottle straight.
There is no exwise to pat up with
shabby floors when one application
of Lucas Floor Stain will restore
their beauty. Stains and varnishes
with one application.
W. E. Lynch & Co.
To get the genuine, call for full name, LAXA
TIVE BROMO QUININE. Lookforsignature of
E. W. GROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. Stops
cough and headache, and works off cold. 25c.
We have been notified that ther
vance of $10.00 on all Binders after
and an advance of $5.00 on all MOT
date. This advance is due to the ir
We desire to notify our farmer friends that they had
at once, if they will need a Binder or Mower. We can
price up to the 1st ot April. If a farmer places an or
become snch that he will not need a mower or binder, ^
mand if given before shipment is made. We will also <
the order was placed later, so a farmer has nothing to lc
placing his order now.
We always protect the interest
whenever we can. Better come in t
about a Binder or Mower.
Fill out the following blank and mail to us, statir
I am interested in a.
STEWART & KERI
Put paint insurance ?rn your home
with a coat of Lucas Paint. "It
will pay premiumns in ionger life
and better appearance.
_ \V. E. Lynch Jk Co.
Tor Weakness .ind Loss of Appetite
The Old Standard ?cmeral strengthening tonic,
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out
..[alaria and builds up the system. A true tonic
i-.-i ?uro Appetizer. For zdt its ar>rl child m ?fle.
e will be an ad
the 1st of April
Arers after that
icreased cost of
better place their order
accept orders at the old
der and crop conditions
ve will accept a counter
?ive the same terms as if
?se and much to gain by
of our patrons
o see us at once
lg what implement you ?