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PIANO RECITAL BY Pl
Grand Galop Brillant
Esther Rubenstein, Clari
Les Sylphes Valse_
Dollie's Dream and Awakening
* Mary ]
On the Meadow_
? Mary Marsh
a. Meadow Dance_
? May Rives
* Began piano in September.
News From Cleora.
It continues to rain, and the far
mers are having quite a time trying
to save their grain.
They have completed the bridge
across Turkey Creek. It was built by
King Brothers. They made a splendid
job of it.
Miss Rosa Lyon spent last week
end with Miss Mary E. Williams.
Hr. and Mrs. W. T. Reel spent
Thursday in the home of their son,
Mr. W. A. Reel.
Miss Wilmoth Seigler spent the
week-end with her cousins, Misses
Erny and Georgia Coleman.
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Cheatham
spent last Sunday in Plum Branch
with their daughter, Mrs. R. M.
Winn, also her daughter, Miss Fran
ces Cheatham, from Greenville, who
came down for the day.
Messrs. Gus Byrd and Talton Wat
son were visitors at the home of Mr.
N. C. Long Sunday evening.
Quite a number of Cleora people
attended Children's Day at McKen
dree Sunday. They report a splendid
Mr. Herbert Williams is a constant
visitor in Plum Branch now.
Mr. J. W. Seigler has been on the
sick list but is now steadily improv
Mr. John Griffis has purchased a
Miss Hattie Brunson who has been :
teaching school at Harmony is at .
home for the summer vacation. (
Misses Vana and Gell Morgan left i
Thursday for Beaufort to spend a ;
while with their brother, Mr. Hugh
Mr. Ross Seigler and his friend,
Mr. Brown from Barnwell spent last ;
week-end with home folks.
Miss Georgia Coleman spent Thurs
day night with Miss Wilmoth Seigler. ?
The grain in this section is ripen
ing very fast and the harvesting has
Mr. Ben Reames of Johnston visit
ed friends in this community Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Harris and lit
tle daughters, Muriel and Simmie Lou
of Cleora spent Friday night with
Mrs. Harris' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Misses Mattie Freeland and Carrie
Mae McDowell spent Sunday with
friends in this community.
Mrs. Nancy Ouzts visited her
daughter, Mrs. L. L. Hasting last
Mr. Charles Freeland of Plum
Branch visited relatives in this sec
tion Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. W. M. Boone and daughters,
Misses Lettie Lee and Ruth, were the
guests of Mrs. R. W. Cartledge Fri
munity attended Children's Day at
A number of people from this com
McKendree which was greatly en
JPILS OF MISS FANNY
i Morgan, Mary Lawton
Effie Allen Lott
Effie Allen Lott
Mrs. J. G. Freeland has been on the
sick list. We are glad to know that
she is some better.
The people of this community
were greatly shocked over the death
of Mr. Arthur Bryant, who commit
ted suicide Saturday morning. The
bereaved family has our deepest
Miss Ethel Ouzts visited relatives
in this community Wednesday night.
Miss Eva Parkman visited relatives
near Cleora Saturday night.
Novel Kitchen Shower.
Miss Virginia Addison and Mrs.
Frank Huggins were hostesses at the
former's lovely home on Monday af
ternoon in honor of Miss Gladys
Rives;, whose marriage to Mr. Ben
jamin Greneker will be a most inter
esting event on June the seventh.
Tables were arranged in the long
living room for bridge, after which
appeared a most serious and digni
fied billy goat, drawing a roomy ex
press wagon, loaded with gifts for
the bride-to-be's kitchen.
Master Welling LaGrone in blue
overalls and little Jessie Huggins in
pink linen apron and matching sun
bonnet, made an adorable couple.
Having driven to the honoree's
table, they presented her with the
gifts which included every article
needed for a modern kitchen. One
very large box, with cautions to han
dle carefully, proved to be in the
center of much packing, a useful roll
Mrs. P. P. Blalock cut the prize
offered, a hand embroidered linen
tray doth, which she presented to
A delicious salad course with iced
tea was served after the cunning goat
team had been driven most decorous
ly away, completing the most novel
party for a bride-to-be who is very
genuinely admired and beloved in
State Campaign Opens in
Candidates fer state offices and
congress from the Seventh district j
will fire their opening guns in Colum
bia th:.s summer, according to the ^
campaign itinerary announced Wed- 1
nesday by a subcommittee of the
state Democratic executive commit- 1
tee. This committee, composed of
Gen. Wilie Jone, George Bell Tim- *
merman and H. N. Edmunds, was
named at the executive committee
meeting in connection with the state
convention and instructed to map out
June 20 is the opening day and :
August is the closing date, the last i
meeting being in Spartanburg. From j
Columbia the campaigners jump .in
order named to Lexington, Saluda,
Edgefield and Aiken during the first
week. From July 8 to July 17 rest is
provided for and again from August j
5 to August 14 a rest period is in the
itinerary. The schedule includes con
The full itinerary as announced
by the subcommittee is as follows:
.Columbia, Tuesday, June 20.
Lexington, Wednesday, June 21.
Saluda, Thursday, June 22.
Edgefield, Friday, June 23.
Aiken, Saturday, June 24.
Barnwell, Monday, June 26.
Allendale, Tuesday, June 27.
Hampton, Wednesday, ^June 28.
Beaufort, Thursday, June 29.
Ridgeland, Friday, June 30.
Walterboro, Saturday, July 1.
Moncks Corner, Monday, July 3.
Charleston, Tuesday, July 4.
St. George, Wednesday, July 5.
Bamberg, Thursday, July 6.
S. Matthews, Friday, July 7.
Orangeburg, Saturday, July 8.
Rest Eight Days.
Sumter, Monday, July 17.
Bishopville, Tuesday, July 18.
Darlington, Wednesday, July 19.
Chesterfield, Friday, July 21.
Florence, Saturday, July 22.
Conway, Monday, July 24.
Marion, Tuesday, July 25.
Dillon, Wednesday, July 26.
Kingstree, Thursday, July 27.
Georgetown, Friday, July 28.
Manning, Saturday, July 29.
Camden, Monday, July 31.
Lancaster, Tuesday, August 1.
York, Wednesday, August 2.
Winnsboro, Thursday, August 3.
Chester, Friday, August 4.
Union, Saturday, August 5.
Newberry, Monday, August 14.
Greenwood, Tuesday, August 15.
Laurens, Wednesday, August 16.
Abbeville, Thursday, August 17.
McCormick, Friday, August 18.
Anderson, Saturday, August 19.
Walhalla, Monday, August 21.
Pickens, Tuesday, August 22.
Greenville, Wednesday, August 23.
Gaffney, Thursday, August 24.
Spartanburg, Friday, August 25.
Mysterious Pains and Aches
Make Life Hard to Bear for Many
Too many women mistake their
pains and aches for troubles peculiar
to the sex. More often disordered kid
neys are causing the aching back,
lizzy spells, headaches and irregular
urination. Kidney weakness becomes
dangerous if neglected. Use a time
iried kidney remedy-Doan's Kidney
Pills. Hosts of people testify to their
nerit. Read an Edgefield case:
Mrs. D. A. Frick, Edgefield, says
'My kidneys gave me trouble and
:here was a small spot on my back
:hat was as sore as a boil. My back
?ras weak and I tired easily. It was
in effort to do my housework. My
ddneys acted irregularly and I felt
run down. I used Doan's Kidney
Pills and it wasn't long before I was
feeling a great deal better, and able
;o be about again."
Price 60c at all dealers. Don't
?imply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mrs. Frick had. Foster Milburn Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
When the Last Old Veteran
Answers the Roll.
Day by day the lines grow thinner,
\.s the grim reaper takes the toll;
[n the battle of life, he's the winner;
some day the last must answer the
Bravest of the brave when they were
["hey marched to battle, and won the
iow with the weight of years, life's
song most sung,
Joon the last must answer the roll.
IVe miss them sorely as one by one
["hey are gathered into the fold;
Jut as God wills so must it be done,
Some day the last will answer the
3ut memories dear long will linger
?Vith us who survive, for each dear
\iter death's pale hand with beckon
Has called the last to answer the roll.
Ind when the last has marched away
?Vhen the last roll call on earth
May each dear soldier who wore the
Answer "Here" to roll call in
W. S. G. HEATH,
Edgefield, S. C.
FOR SALE: One thoroughbred
roung Hereford bull entitled to reg
stration, weight about 800 or 900
>ounds. Price $500.
W. J. LANHAM.
Don't say shock absorbers
jay "Hasslers."-Y. M. C.
The balance of tl
and others latel;
removed to EUBE?
I If AV!
Stock of J.
I bought these stocks at ?
public at a great sacrifie,
will have to be disposed c
time I will add my big st
along with the other ste
ALMOST YOUR OW
With a Toot
A-Ding A-Ling A-Lingl
The trusty SOUTHERN,
Several times a week,
Shunts in a car AT THE DEPOT
Containing trust-worthy goods for
Durkees Salad Dressing, Heinz Relish,
Beech Nut Ale, Tuna Fish, Sweet Cakes,
Breakfast Mackerel, Lump Sugar,
White Octagon Soap,
Baker's Coconut, Saltine Crackers,
Pure Jelly, Fresh Honey,
Pork and Beans.
But without listing any further let us
Ask that you come or 'phone
AT THE DEPOT
P. S.-Bring us your eggs, please!
Foundry, Machine, Boiler
Works and Mill Supply
Cotton Oil, Gin, Saw, Grist, Cane,
Shingle Mill, Machinery Supplies and
Repairs, Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers,
Grate Bars, Pumps, Pipe, Valves and
Fittings, Injectors, Belting, Packing
Hose, etc Cast every day.
GASOLINE AND KEROSENE
Pumping, Wood Sawing and Feed
The new non-alcoholic vanilla
flavoring never disappoints.
It is sold under a positive guarantee
that your money will be refunded if
not entirely satisfactory.
Ask your grocer for it
ie combined bankrupt stock of The Hub
j purchased bj Schneider & Co. were
E ALSO PURCHASED THE
L. Ouzts & Co. of Kirksey
f Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing and Millinery
a, very reasonable price, and I am offering them to the
I have no room at my store for all these goods and they
>f in the next 15 days at a great sacrifice; and in the mean
ock which I have on hand and mark everything down
>ck. A CHANCE TO BUY MERCHANDISE AT
in Hie Nest IS Days
ow in Force and Will
ie Until the 15th of June
H. C. VIELE & CO
412 LAMAR BUILDING
Diamonds. Watches, Jewelry and
Silverware and Clocks
Watch and Jewelry Kepairing and
COME UP WHEfiE PKICES
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University of South Carolina
Entrance examinations to the University of South Carolina will be
held by the County Superintendent of Education at the County Court
House Friday, July 14, 1922, at 9:00 A. M.
The University offers varied courses of study in science, literature,
history, law and business. The expenses are moderate and many oppor
tunities for self-support are afforded. Scholarships are available.
For full particulars write to
President W. S. Currell,
University of South Carolina,
Columbia, S. C.