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New Series No. 940. - Volume LXXL - No. K.
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and Peas ready
your stubble fiel?
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left, at $1.85 per 1
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840 ARB AT SUMMER SCHOOL.
Outlook is Good for u Successful Ses
sion Tills Year nt Glenison.
Clemson College, Juno IS.-The
first week of the Clemson Collego
summer school ended yesterday,
everything having started oft' with
premiso of a successful session. The
enrollment so far is 3 10, consisting
of ?S0 teachers, 7 2 make-up students
und ll outrance students removing
. conditions, 8 cotton graders and 75
. - Wornt ..board* student's. 7 ^e' ^vork'
started off promptly on* tho-'second
day, the first day having been "spent
In registering and getting courses
Further enrollment, consisting of
about fifty Smlth-'Hughes teachers of
agriculture, who will come In next
week, and about 75 club boys, who
will come In on July ll. will make
the total enrollment for tho session
approach tho fivo hundred mark.
A special feature of the summer
school which is of much interest is
the recreation work, in charge of
Miss Grace Pearman, of Anderson,
who ls teaching swimming, tennis,
basketball, class room drills, etc.,
and ls conducting thc dally tory
telling hour .
Another special feature ia the
chapel assembly hour twlco each
week, at which noted educators and
lecturers make addresses to the sum
mer school people.
Pulaski Township Singers.
Tho Pulaski Township Singing
Convention will meet at Mountain
Grove church next Sunday afternoon,
Juno 25th. Lot all attend and enjoy
tho afternoon with songs of praise.
J. B. Phillips, President.
Bovie Ramoy, Sec.-Treas.
Socks, 5c. per pa]
Half-Hose, 3 p
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)cK of Cane Seed
for you to plant
al about SO sacKs
LA, S. C.
iy for Cash.
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NOTED RUPTURE EXPERT HERE.
.Seeley, Famous in this Specialty, is
Called tx) Greenville.
F. H. Seeley, of Chicago and Phil
adelphia, the noted truss expert, will
personally be nt the Ot taray Hotel,
and will remain in Greenville next
Monday only, June 2Gth. Mr. Seeley
says: "The Spermatic Shield will not
only retain any case of rupturo per
fectly, hut contracts tho opening in
10 days on the average caso. Boing
?-'xS'Bl advancement *6v?r all-former
methods - exemplifying instantane
ous effects immediately appreciable,
and withstanding any strain or posi
tion, no matter the size or location.
Largo or difllcult cases, or inclssional
nipt mes (following operations) aro
specially solicited. This Instrument
received tho only award in England
and in Spain, producing results with
out surgery, injections, medical
treatments or proscriptions. Mr.
Seeley has documents from tho Uni
ted States Government, Washington,
D. C., for inspection. He will ho glad
to demonstrate without charge or flt
them if dosired. Business demands
prevent stopping at any other placo
in this section.
ip. S.-Every statement in this no
tice has beon verified boforo tho Fed
eral and Stato Courts.-'P. H. Seeley.
Homo office, 117 No. Dearborn St.,
Minstrel Show at Townvlllo.
Townville, Juno 10.-Special: Tho
Anderson Band and Minstrel Show,
under tho auspices of the Townville
Women's Club, will appear hero at
the school auditorium ou Saturday
evening, Juno 24th, at 8.30 o'clock.
Don't miss this good music and de
lightfully amusing entertainment.
Admission, 25 and 15 cents.
bed Hose and
Lr, and up.
3 and Gents'
airs for 25c,
) Thread Silk
iLA., S. C.
NOTED WOMAN TO SPEAK. *
Mrs. Annie Caines Williams, *
State Chairman of the League of *
Women Voters, will ho in Wal- *
halla to-day and will spenk to *
tho men and womon of the town *
and vicinity on tho Importance *
of voting intelligently. Mrs.WU- *
Hams is especially desirous of *
impressing upon the womon *
the necessity of knowing how to *
cast a vote, and to urge them, *
if they are not already familiar *
with their State politics, to glvo *
political matters special thought *
and to familiarizo themselves *
with politics and politicians in *
such manner as to make them- *
selves intelligent voters as well *
as good citizens. It is import- *
ant that the women should be *
In position to vote intelligently *
in this summer's primaries. *
Mrs. Williams has some inter- *
estlng things to say on the sub- *
Ject of woman suffrage, and she *
hopes to have a large attend- *
ance of both men and women of *
our town and community. *
The meeting will be held at 5 *
* o'clock this (Wednesday) af- *
ternoon at the American Legion *
Hall. Let us urge you, men and *
women, to attend this meeting, *
and by your presence make Mrs. *
* Williams feel that she has not *
* given her efforts In behalf of *
* better and cleuner politics in *
* vain. Make a special effort to *
* be present at this meeting. *
WOMAN DEAD, MAN WOVNoED.
Fatal Cutting Allray Between Two
Negroes at Williston,
Williston, S. C., June 18.-A3 a
result of a cutting affray here last
night just before 12 o'clock, Carrie
Miller is dead and Tom Dunbar has
been lodged fri tho Barnwell county
jail. Doth parties aro colored. The
woman was about 30 years of age
and tho man 18. According to wit
nesses at tho coroner's Inquest, there
seems to have boen bad blood be
tween tko two for s o vor ul wooka, and
Saturday night Carrie Miller and an
other woman, Daisy Anderson, walk
ed from the business section of the
town to tho homo of tho latter, where
they found Dunbar. This brought on
a difficulty, and the woman sought
refuge In Daisy Anderson's home.
After walting about 20 minutes she
came out to go to her home, which
is next door, and it ls alleged that
she was accosted by Dunbar, who In
flicted a severe wound in tho neck,
severing tho jugular vein, causing
almost Instant death. Sheriff San
ders and Coroner Hallford were no
tified and an inquest was held this
morning, which resulted in a verdict
that Carrie Miller came to her death
from knife wounds indicted by Tom
Dunbar. When questioned concern
ing tho matter Dunbar stated that
tho dead woman cut him severely
before he cut her. He was painfully
but not seriously cut about tho hoad
Took Lifo Rather than Walt for Girl.
West Palm Beach, Fla., June 18.
-Because ho would not walt until
the girl ho wanted to marry arrived
at tho age of 15 or 16, Charles J.
Sands, a fisherman of North Palm
Peach, to-night cut his throat in tho
parlor of tho girl's homo and rushed
Into tho yard to expiro In a few m
meats. Tho girl's ago was 12. No
arrests wore made in connection with
tho coroner's investigation, county
authorities deeming it unnecessary
to hold any of tho mombers of tho
Judge Mciver Dead.
Darlington, Juno 10.-Judge Ed
ward Mciver, of Cheraw, 1th Judi
cial circuit, died hero this afternoon
about 3.80 o'clock. Judge Mciver
oponed court this morning, but as
ho was not feeling well adjourned
court at noon and rolurnod to his
hotel, summoned medical aid, and
soon passed away.
Judge Mciver was known as ono
of tho ablest jurists of tho State. Ho
was a son of tho lato Chlof Justice
Henry Mciver, of the Supremo Court.
Ho had never married.
Income Tax LAW Const il ut lonni.
Columbia, Juno 17. - Tho South
Carolina Supremo Court to-day has
handed down au opinion declaring
the recently enacted State lncomo
tax law to bo constitutional, and dis
missing tho tomporary restraining
order granted to tho Santeo Mills,
tho Winnsboro Mills, tho Union and
Buffalo Mills and tho Pacific Mills,
as woll as denying tho ploa for a per
manent injunction, as prayed for by
tho plaintiff mills.
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* 1 OLEAN Ul? AT ONCE. *
* i --
mo Hoard of Health has call- *
for a thorough cleaning up *
[ll premises in Walhalln. *
lease give this matter tho *
afton that it deserves and *
nods. Hum everything you *
jj and placo nil other trash *
leniently for the trash wag- *
* on.,' An inspector will he put on *
* next wi ck. *
* M\ JAS. M.MOSS, Mayor. *
L FOR CLOTH I SQ FOR .
NEAR EAST. *
* ?pme time ago we announced *
* through The Courier that there *
* would bo a call for old clothing *
* for ?he Near East Relief. .?
* jCho Call Has Now Come, *
* and'; any one having used, but *
* serviceable garments, Is re- *
*' quested to leave same at the *
* American Legion Hall.Walhalla, *
* where they will be received and *
* forwarded to the proper par- *
* ties,for shipment to headquar- *
* tersumd final distribution to the
! BU ff ero rs overseas.
* Dp not bring or send soiled
* orT[adly worn clothing or im- *
* practical garments. *
* Good, clean used garments
* and'shoeB not too badly worn
* wiltlbe' most acceptable.
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WITHDRAWAL OP SWEARINGEN
lubornatorial Rnco Fell Liko
' pQjmb in Politic Al Cump.
mbia, June 17.-Somewhat of
tical bombshell was thrown
here fft-day by the announcement of
.lohn \ V, Swearlngen, Stato Superin
tendent, of Education, that he had
decides!..to withdraw from the race
for 'Governor and again offer for his
pr?seA? position, on the advice of
hundreds of his friends, who con
slderiius services more valuable In
ibo present, position than as head of
t h e*? 11 ve d e P ar t m 6 n 11 if O on tem
poraneo?s with his announcement of
withdrawal from the race for Gover
nor ho filed his pledge for State Su
perintendent of Education.
There has been much political ma
noouverlng In Columbia to-day in
efforts to line up candidates, and
various announcements are ponding
between now and the time for the
closing hour of filing pledges, which
will bo at noon on Monday.
Now Candidates at tho Last Hour.
Columbia, Juno 19.-A number of
now candidates filod their pledges at
tho last hour, before tho lists closed
at noon Monday'. Two now candi
dates for Lieutenant Governor filed,
these being E. B. Jackson, of Wag-]
ener, and Dr. E. C. L. Adams, of Co
Two candidates filed their pledges
to run for the ofiice of Attorney Gon
eral in opposition to Attorney Gene
ral Sam M. Wolfe, those being Har
old Kubanks and D. M. Winter, both
young attorneys of Columbia.
One candidate entered in opposi
tion to Walter E. Duncan, incum-j
bent, for tho office of Comptroller!
General-T. Hagood Gooding, of
Two new candidates filed for Gov
ernor-William Coleman, of Union,
and J. J. Cantey, of Summerton.
Paul Moore, of Columbia, with
drew from the race for Stato Super
intendent of Education. There are
two "bonnets" in tho ring, those of
Mrs. Bessie Rogers Drake, of Ben
nettsvllle, and Mrs. Martha Wallace,
of Columbia, for Stato Superintend
ent of Education.
Stato Treasurer Carter is the only
State officer without opposition.
Mexican Train Bandits Are Killed.
Calcxico, Cal., Juno 16.-Francis
co Garcia and four of his followers
aro dead, seven were wounded and
four soldiers of tho Mexican army
were killed and niuo wounded In a
fight resulting from an attompt to
hold up a Southern Pacific train
laden with $4 50,000 in gold bul
lion, according to a report received
Tho monoy was en route from a
point in tho State of Nayarit, Mex
ico, to Mazatlan, Slnaloa, for sliip
ment to tho First National Bank of
Los Angolos. Tho attompt at robbery
was mado nt dawn to-dny, according
to advices received.
Manic ta Fant Dead.
(Anderson Mail, 19th.)
Maulo L. Fant, a formor rosidont
of Anderson, died Sunday morning
In Columbia. Tho funornl was held
Ibero to-day. Mr. Fant was In tho
Blxties and was well known in An
derson, having worked for tovoral
years with Oscar Anderson, of this
eily. Hq was never married, and his
only relativos living aro Mrs. Aman
da Sassard and hor son, Robert Sas
snrd, now of Walhalla.
They cannot last long. Un
one brand? new and guarani
30 x 3 Plain Casing.
80 x 3 *6 Usco Tread.
30 x 3 *6 Chain Tread.
32 x 4 Chain Tread.
32 x 4 Nobby Tread.
83 x 4 M Nobby Tread.
35 x 5 Nobby Tread.
If you are going to need an}
these prices? They "vyill bc
NEGRO PROTESTS INNOCENCE.
Hanged Legally After Rescue from
Hands of a Mob.
Irwinton, Ga., June 16. - Jim
Denson, negro, who made a sensa
tional escape from a mob bent on
lynching him ono night a few weeks
ago, ond who was later captured and
taken to the Bibb county Jail for
safe-keoplng on a charge of crimi
nally assaulting an aged whito wo
man, was legally hangod this morn
ing. The trap was sprung at 10.15,
and Denson was pronounced dead
iivo minutes later.
Denson protested his Innocence to
tho last. Ho was brought here short
ly before tho hour for tlip execution
and two deputies.
The negro mounted the scaffold
coolly, and when asked by Rev. M.
W. -Flanders, pastor of the Metho
dist church here, to tell whether or
not ho was guilty, Denson raised his
manacled hands and tsaid to the
crowd of more than a hundred and
*1 am here before all of you gen
tlemen, and I got to stand before
God to-day. What I nm charged with
I am Innocent. If I wns guilty' I
would say so, for I will have to an
swer myself. What I am charged
with I am innocent."
Picnic July 4th nt Oak Grove.
On July 4th from 4 to 7 o'clock
there will be a basket picnic ut Oak
Grovo school house. Every patron of
the school has an Invitation to at
tend with woll filled baskets. We
extend a special invitation to our
Superintendent of Education, Mr.
Speares, and to County Agent Geo.
R. Briggs, and Miss Ethel Counts,
our Home Demonstration Agent, to
bo with us on this afternoon. The
Improvement Association wjlll Bell
Ice cream and lemonade.
Mrs. A. N. Prichard, Pros.
Mrs. J. W. Alexander, Secy.
02-inch Unbleached Bed
spread Cloth-Yard. .
Finished Shirting, As- OK**
sorted Patterns-Yard ..?ubi
Unfinished Shirting, As
Bleached Pillow Tubing-. JJJJQ
Victor - Monaahai
ited States Tires and every
$ 7.70 Tube.$1.50
22.00 Tubo ... .8.00
r Tires take advantage of
la, S. C.
Pets the Pace."
HAVE YOU PLANTED MELONS ?
Save Them - Now Publication Ex.
plains Prevention Stem-End Hot.
Clemson College, Juno 17.-Many
carloads of watermelons aro lost an
nually by South Carolina melon
growers through stem-cud rot, de
veloped while tho melons aro lu
transit to market, which could bo
saved with slight troublo and ex
pense by a simplo treatment of tho
stems with Bordeaux pasto nt tho
timo of loading tho cars. To help
melon growers save this big loss
during tho shipping season now aii;
hand, the extension sorvisc has issu
ed Information Card No., 21, "Pre
vention of Stom-End Rqt$) Wato?'
on request from Z the .'Extension Ser
vice, Clemson College, S. C., or from
your County Agent.
The card calls attention to the
method of treatment, which consists
of re?utting the stems at the cars,
and painting them with Bordeaux^
paste, and to the method of making
the paste by using eight ounces of
bluestone and four ounces of starch
to one gallon of water, this quantity
of paste being sufficient to treat two
to four carloads of melons. This
home-mado paste is oasily made ac
cording to the directions given and
mny be kept a weok or ten days If
desired in glass or oarthen vessels.
A commercial paste now may bo ob
tained if desired.
Notice of Appeal iu Illginna Case.
Florence Juno 17. - Tho formal
notice of Intention to appeal from
the Refusal of Judge Shlpp to grant
Edmund D. Blgham a now trial was
flied to-day by A. L. King, his at
torney. L. M. Gasquo, solicitor, ac
cepted tho service of tho notice, and
once more the sentence of death IB
superseded. The formal appoal yot
must be perfected.
Bighorn is sentenced to bo executed
on July 14th for tho murder of his
brother, L. Smiley Bigham.
Pajama Checks and Stripes,
30-inch, Unbleached-- Jjjp
Gingham, 27-inch, Fast QC.
i Co. ill Store,
rx, $3. <J*