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PUDMAN UXIVFKS1TV WINS SUIT.
?stAtO of 0. A. C. Waller Must Pay
Pledge to Baptist. Drive.
Greenwood, April I.S.-The Court
of Common Pious, now in session In
Creen wood, Judge .1. S. Wilson pre
siding, was engaged all day Wednes
day in trying the case of Furmnn
University, of Greenville, against
Hunter A. Gibbs, of Columbia, and
Dr. Coleman Waller, of Spartanburg,
executors of the estate of the late
C. A. C. Waller for the collection of
a ten thousand dollar pledge made
during the $75,000,000 campaign of
tbo Baptist denomination, and speci
fied by Mr. Waller, the donor, to go
to Furman University, of which ho
?was an honored alumnus.
Tho exocutors resisted payment on
the ground that In case of death sub
scribers were not to have their es
tates hold responsible, hut Mr. Wal
ler in making his subscription waived
this exception. After tho testimony
a motion was mado hy tho represen
tatives of the Waller estate for Judge
.Wilson to direct a verdict for tho es
tate on the ground that, there was no
considera lion in return for tho dona
tion. Judgo Wilson, after hearing ar
guments by counsel for and against
this motion, and on motion of tho
representatives of tho University, di
rected tho Jury lo find a verdict in
favor of tho University, which was
The caso was a very interesting
ono, and was fought hard. It ls not
known whethoi*~nn appeal will be
taken to tho Supreme Court or not.
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
Bowaro! Unloss you soo tho namo
"Bayor" on packago or on tableta,
you aro not getting genuino Aspirin
prescribed by physicians for twonty
ono years and proved safe by mil
lions. Tako Aspirin only as told In
tho Bayer packago for colds, head
ncho, neuralgia, rheumatism, ear
ache, toothache, lumbago and for
pain. Handy tin hoxos of twolvo
Bayor Tahlots of Aspirin cost
fow cents. Druggists also soil largor
packages. Aspirin ls tho trado mark
of Bayor Manufacturo of Monoacotlc
ncld08ter of Salicylicacld.-adv.
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STROTHER (Sb PHI
ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty
ty IN MEMORIAM. ty
ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty
Mrs. Alice Umeko.
Dearest motlier, thou are BOHO, hut
' not forgotten,
.Dearest mother of our home;
We shall meet beyond tho river-we
nevermore shall part.
Weep not that your toils are over,
That your life's race hy you is run.
God grant that we may rest as calmly
When our life's work is done.
So farewell, mother!
Sweet thy rest shall ever be-?
When wo pass beyond the river
And your happy face shall see.
A precious ono from us has gone,
j A volco wo loved is stilled;
A vacant place ls In our homo
That never can he filled.
W. F. H. Br?cke and Children.
Wost Union, S. C. (adv.)
FOUR-lrAEAR-OLD DRINKS GAS.
Child Thought it was Olive Julee-A
Florence, S. C., April 12.-Four
year-old Eugenia, daughter qf Mr.
and Mrs. J, C. Kondall, had a very
narrow escape from death last evon
Ing when she drank part of a bottle
of gasoline. Within a few seconds
after she had swallowed the stuff her
mother found Hoi'deathly sick in the
bathroom. Tho child was just able
to tell her mother that something
sho had drank out of "that bottle"
had made her vory ill. Medical aid
was called immediately, and her life
was saved only by two hours of he
roic offort.. The little girl appears
nearly recovered to-day and no fur
ther ill offects aro apprehended.
Now that everything is all right
there ls a little humor connoclod
wi th the accident. Little Eugenia's
fa thor, Uko ninny others, is very
fend of Um pickling liquid in bottloe
of olives. Tho child hal observed
him drink off .ho "olive juice" after
her mother had removed the olives.
Yesterday afternoon some ono at tho
house had had some gasoline in an
olivo bottle. When tho youngster
found tho familiar-looking olive bot
tle sho Immediately tried, as sho
thought, some of tho "olivo juice,"
with very nearly fatal results.
Card of Thanks.
i Editor Keowee Courlor:
I I wish to extend my sincere thanks
j to ibo many friends who showed so
much kindness and sympathy during
tho Illness of my wife and children,
and nt the death of my dear wife.
j That God will bless each and every
? ono of thom ls my prayer.
I C. W. Roach.
Walhalla, R. IF. D.-(adv.*)
he Oldest and Largest
Organization in the World
Walnalja, S. C.
NNEY, - Wast Union, S. C.
TWEL YE-M ll iii SUNDAY SCHOOL ?
Convention to bo Held with tho Fall
Creek Church, April 29th,
Following is the program of the
Sunday .School Convention of tho
Twelve-Mile Uiver Baptist Associa
lion, to bo held with Fall Creek Bap
tist church on April 20th, beginning
at 10 o'clock a. m., for a two days'!
First Day-Morning Session.
10 o'clock - Devotional. W. M.
10.30-Illustration of opening ex
ercises of Sunday school. By It. P.
7 0.50-'Roll-call of churches, en
rollment of delogates and reports.
11.15-Address, "The Two Hemi
spheres of the Sunday School. J. W.
11.45-"Why Some Superintend
ents Fail and Others Succeed." S. P.
12.15 - Discussion, "Solving the
Teachers' Problems." D. E. Garrett.
, 2.00 o'clock-Season of devotion.
W. M. Fe nd ley.
2.15-Discussion, '.'How to Have
a 100 Per Cent Teachers' Meeting."
?. R. Abercrombie.
2.15-"Let the Children Grow."
Mrs. M. Watson.
3.15-Discussion, "Tho Neglected
Teen Age." C. R. Broadwell.
3.45 - "Sunday School Worksrs'
Library." W. 'F. Wright, R. A. 'Hud
Second Day-Morning Session.
10.00 o'clock-'Praise servico, led
by M. M. Bolding.
10.30-"The Teacher Before the
Class." Mrs. J. \Y. Breedlove.
tl.00-"The Standard of Excel
lence." C. J. Murphreo.
11.30-"Avenues of Approach to
the Child's Mind." Miss Floride
12.00 o'clock-"The Adult Depart
ment the Koystono of the Sunday
School." J. IL Lawrence, J. J. Hun-1
12.30-Open conference; Superin
2.00 o'clock - Devotional servico,
led by iE. Littleton.
2.15 - "Succossful Home Depart
ment in the Rural Sunday School."
Mrs. W. E. Curtis.
2.45-"Soul-sa~vlng tho Suprom?
Test of the Sunday School." W. H.
3.15 - Reports of Associational
workers; election of -officers; an
nouncements; final adjournment.
R. -P. Prince, President.
K. R. Broadwell, Clerk.
In parts of Switzerland a maid be
comes engaged to a man If ho ac
cepts from him a bouquet of edel
During tho last 300 years there
havo boen more changes in hat fash
ions than In any other part of man's
In a new package that fits the pocket
At a price that fits the pocket-book
The same unmatched blend of
TURKISH, VIRGINIA and BURLEY Tobaccos
e - Guaranteed by
NEW COURSES EOE CLEMSON.
I lourd of Trustee? Endorsed Program
Proposed by Faculty.
At tho recent meeting of tho board
of trustees of Clemson College all
tho members wore prosont excopt
A. P. Lever, M. L. Donaldson and J.
J. Evans. It. M. Cooper, the new
member of the board, who took tho
place of 13, H. Kawl, was present for
his first meeting with thy board. Sev
eral matters of interest in connection
with academic mailors, and in con
nection with the business and pub
lic services of tho college, woro given
Tho board endorsed two two-year
courses proposed hy tho faculty, one
in agriculture and ono in mechanical
arts. Those courses will meot a con
siderable demand from prospective
students who, for various reasons,
cannot take full four-year degree
courses. The board also authorized
tho chango frpm tho present three
terms per year to two terms por
year, and made provision for somo
extension of electivo courses.
Plans were adopted for putting lu
an up-to-date testing laboratory for
tho civil engineering division of tho
mechanical department. Tho college
already has good equipment in civil
engineering, but tho present equip
ment for this work ls to be consid
erably enlarged and improved and
better located for effective work.
Holl Weevil Experiments.
An appropriation was made for
the purpose of conducting boll wee
vil poisoning experiments in various
parts of tho State, and plans for this
work will be perfected and carried
out under direction of W. Wi Long,
director of the extension service, and
Prof. A. P. Conrad!, entomologist.
Thoso experiments will bo for thc
purpose of giving South Carolina
farmers near at homo data regard
ing tro effectiveness of poisoning for
boll weevil control.
On account o? the fact that the
present power plant, which was in
stalled fifteen years ago. is now and
has been for some time, rather over
loaded, provision was Made for an
additional 150-horse-powor boiler
and n 250-horso-powor steam tur
bine. Those will'relieve tho strain on
tho power plant as ll now stands.
Tho board also considered sugges
tions made by President Higgs look
ing towards the reduction of colle
giate expenses for students, begin
ning with tho next session, and it is
the policy of the board in tho pres
ent stringent limes to reduce living
expenses lo the lowest possible lig
To Put in Radio.
\An appropriation for tho estab
lishment of a wireless station nt tho
college was provided, and 'Prof. W.
E. Godfrey, head of tho physics di
vision, will make arrangements as
soon as possible for tho installation
of a receiving and broadcasting ap
paratus, so that radiophone mes
sages may bo received at Clemson
and relayed to various parts of tho
State. In this way citizens of the
Stato may have tho advantage of
long distance information at small
Individual expenso for short distance
OH! if BACK!
The Expression of Many a Kidney
Sufferer In Walhalla.
A stubborn backache is cause to
suspect kidney trouble. When the
kidneys are inflamed and swollen,
stooping brings a sharp twinge in
the small of tho back, that almost
takes the breath away. Donn's Kid
ney Pills revive sluggish kidneys
relievo aching backs. Ask your
neighbor! Here's Walhalla proof:
Mrs. C. H. White, Broad St., sa/s:
"I had backache and other symptoms
of kidney trouble. I had sharp
pains shoot through my kidneys ano
I was in pretty bad shape. I was
feeling quite miserable when I was
told to try Donn's Kidney Pills and
used them. Doan's entirely cured
mo. I advise anyone suffering from
kidney complaint to givo Doan's a
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Donn's Kidney Pills-tho samo that
Mrs. White had. Foster-Milbum Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Awaiting Execution, Escapes Jail.
Fayetteville, Ga., April 13.-'Genus
Colloid, the negro who proforred to
bo hanged rather than sorve five
years for burglary, has changed his
mind and has escaped from tho jail
hore, whero he was awaiting execu
Whoa Colloid was convicted of
burglary two wcoks ago and sontonc
ed to a flvo-yoar torm in tho peniten
tiary he exclaimed that ho preforred
tho death penalty and stabbed his
nephew, who had turnod State's evi
dence Tho nephew died and Colloid
was Indicted, tried and convicted and
sentenced to death within 48 hours.
Hatchery Salmon Not Fighters.
Ottawa, Canada, April 12.-Gov
ernment fish hatcheries have ruined
tho "morale" of tho salmon of Brit
ish Columbia, according to tho story
told to tho iiouso of commons by A.
W. Neill, independent. It seems that
when tho wee salmon como into tho
world at tho fish Hatchery they aro
guarded against all enemies, and looo
their protective instinct. So when
tho salmon has como of ago and is
sent out into tho cold world ho Is "as
lame as a cat," to uso Mr. Neill's ex
pression, au 1 when ho meets an en
emy he "stands with his mouth open
null accepts murder ns If such a
thing was foro-ordalned."
-- ? <??
In tho Cambrai coal flold of Wy
oming small quantities of gold and
silver aro said to bo prosent in the
A MESSAGE) TO PEOPLE IX POOH
HEALTH WHO WANT TO
H you aro in poor health moroly
from a g?n?ra) run-down condition,
got sonic (ludo's Pop to- Mangan of
your druggist and tako lt with your
meals for a fow weeks, or until you
fool right again. Pepto-Mangan is a
wonderful tonic and blood-builder,
and is very pleasant to tako. lt does
not act Uko a miracle. Its effects aro
gradual, but real and suro. lt con
tains Iron In a form easily digested
and absorbed by tho system. For
thirty years Glide's Pepto-Mangan
has boon used by physicians as a
tonic for run-down people. Don't
continuo to be weak, nervous and
headachy-tako (ludo's Pepto-Man
gan and restore your good health.
Thousands have boen helped back
to health by lt-you can bo benefited
if you will accept truth and act now.
Sold in both liquid and tablet form.
Kccolythg (heir Last Pay.
Hazelton, Pa., April 13.-The ono
hundred and fifty-five thousand idle
mino workers of tho anthracite coal
Holds lo-day began receiving the last
pay they will get until tho collieries
resume operation. Tho mon express
ed faith In tho ability of their com
mittee to reach a satisfactory agree
ment on a new wage scalo with tho
Everywhere idle men either wont
lo tho traveling nny cars of the com
pany or tho offices near tho minos to
receive their money, which is for tho
final two weeks of March, during
which there was a heavy demand for
fuol, and consequently steady time.
No Worms in a Healthy Child
All children troubled willi Worms hnvo on un
healthy color, which ludientes poor blood, mid as &
rule, there ls moro or I ess stomuch disturbance.
! GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC ?lvon regu
larly for two or three weeks will enrich t!:u blood.
Improve the digestion, and uci as a ganei fl I ! it rcmjth
entail Tonto to tho whole system. Nature will then
throw off or dispel tho worms, and the Child will bo
tn perfect health. Pleasant to tako. Cte per battle
Can't Bar Uso ?of Cosmetics,
Corning, Ark., April lil.-.Miss
Pearl Pugsley was ready to resumo
her studies in the Knobel school to
day, following rendering of ti verdict
in her favor by .Mulgo W. W. Bandy,
in tho "lip stick case," hero last
night. Judgo Bandy said ho would
isstto a writ of mandamus to-day to
havo the school board sot aside Its
regulations barring student? who use
cosmetics. Miss Pugsley was sus
pended last September because sho
vlolatod tho rule.
I In his decision Judge Randy hold
that face powder did not interiore
with tho health of tho pupils, and
thoy could use it if they wished.
John Gary Evans May Bo in Huco.
'Greenwood, April 13.-What is bo
liovod by those in closo touch with
tho political situation in this State,
to bo an authentic report reached
Greenwood lo-day that Conner Gov
ernor John Gary Evans, of Spartan
bur g^ wilJL be a candidato for Gover
nor in tho approaching campaign. It
is reported that friends of Mr. Evans
definitely launched his campaign at
a private mooting in Columbia last
night and that Joe Sparks, a veteran
newspaper niau, would have charge
of his campaign.
Card of Thanks.
Editor Keowee Courier:
I wish through the columns of
your paper to oxtend my sincere
thanks to tho many friends and rela
tives for showing so much sympathy,
lovo and kindness during Tito sick
ness and at tho death of my dear
wife, Julia Barnes. May God's rich
est blessings rest upon each and
every one is my prayer.
West Union, S. C., April ll.- (adv
Meeting Presbyterial Auxiliary.
Piedmont 'Presbyterial \Auxiliary
will meet in Piedmont on April 27th
at l'l o'clock a. m. A most Interest
ing program has boon planned. Th'o
speakers for this meeting nro of the
very best. Send names of dolegates
to Mrs. Sallie Duncan, Piedmont, S.
C. Mrs. E. W. 'Brown,
Japan ls said to have had no writ
ten language until Chinese charac
ters were introduced about 285 A.D.
CALOMEL USERS *~
TAKE AWFUL RISK.
Very Next Dose of Treacherous Drug
May Start Terrible Salivation.
Tho next dose of calomel you tako
may salivate you. It may shock your
livor or start bone necrosis. Calomel
is dangerous. It is mercury, quick
silver. It crashes into sour hilo like
dynamite cramping and sickening
you. Calomol attacks the bonos and
should never be put Into your system.
If you fool bilious, headachy, con
stipated, and all knocked out, just go
to your druggist and got a bottle of
Dodson's Liver Tone for a fow cents,
which is a harmless vogetablo Substi
tute for dangerous calomol. Tako a
spoonful, and if it doesn't start your
liver and straighten you up better
and quicker than nasty calomol, and
without making you sick, you Just go
back and got.your money.
Don't tako calomol! It cannot bo
trustod any moro than a leopard or
a wild-cat. Take Dodson's Livor Tono
which stn ightons you right up and
makon you fool fino. 4o salts neces
sary. Give lt to *ho children becauee
lt is porfectly harmless and cannot