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o CENTERVILLE HIGH o
o SCHOOL o
We aro proud of our educational
page in The Intclligeucer. We look
forward to Tuesday's paper with
MIRR Maggie Carlington hus not
been to our school this year, but liop?
ehe has not forgotten us.
Wte have nn average of about one
hundred and fifteen pupla every day.
Our principal is one of tho most ef
ficient and able teachers WP have ever
known. Misses Elizabeth FJreazealc
and ITIH Hembree are splendid as
sistants, who are doing excellent
We hope we will have good weather
and roads for field's day. We aro an
ticipating a fine lime.
We were glad to huve Rov. 13.
Hawkins of Starr visit us recently.
He gave us an excellent talk on edu
cation. We enjoyed ii very much, hope
he will come back again.
Several of our pupils attended a
"tacky pound" party at M IKS .Mary
Campbell's in GrSenpond district lust
week. All reported a pleasant time.
Miss Jannie Carlington visited our
uchcol a few weeks ago. some o? our
girls are going to join the tomato
Little Willie Carson, daughter of
Mr. J. T. Carson, who has been iii
with typhoid fever ls up. Hope sin?
will bc buck to school i ti a few days.
Littlo Claudia Campbell, daughter
of Mr. and -Mm. L. T. Campbell,
entertained sevoral of her little
friends last Saturday at her seventh
birthday. She received a number of
nice pr?sentai They sortied cake and
cream. The decorations were pink
und green Tho'evening ivas spem de
GE;' KU) OF I,I.N (.'Kit I Nt, COLDS,
COUGHS AMI LA GRIPPE.
Spring Ands many afflicted with
lingering, hacking doughs that weak
en tho system. Slush und wet carnie
moro colds than zero weather. Croup,
bronchitis, und pneumonia arc preva
lent. Every family should have a safe
and reliable cough medicine ready1 for
tts. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
contains no harmful ingredients, lt
eases a cough, checks a cold and re
lieves inflamed and congested mem
branes. It clears the uir passages and
poothea inflammation. Evans Phar
Ver heaven's sake, child,
STOP! LOOK! LISTEN!
There ls reason in nil things. Think
fdr a minute, that terrible foot and
thou th disease. Buy thc home raised
iheatn and no other at any price. Buy
LILY WHITE MARKET
i - Phones 694 and 695
jOnjyhitner St. near new op?ra house
Pm i IB i l nu.
Fifty Boys tad Girls
LISTEN. Here ls a proposi
tion. If you wish to prepare
yourselves for high salaried po
sitions nt the very least possi
ble outlay of expense, then we
want to talk business with you.
Old you know that we can
nore than double your eamlnlg
rapacity within a sheri time If
yea will Just place yourselves
nuder our instruction.
; Let us explain this plan, and
Its cost to you. You lune no idea
what u s-.cull ontlay nf expense
may mean to you lu Perry Rust
new? College education.
Our Hst of graduates shows,
that thousands of young hov s
and girls are now ma h hie; ii
grand success in litV who ob
tained their training here
Start today, the demand is al
ways great for eompete.it help.
Unless you be^in you will never
be ready for that position that
twalts you. Send for partim
lars. We are glad to ?erv < you.
Opera House Rodding
Greenvale, S. C.
o DENVER SCHOOL o
Well inc sun ?H shinning ono
more titile and wo uro all glad, for
we don't. Ilk?? rainy weather. We
don't Uko to stay Indoor? that well.
Wo Uko to got out and play hall.
We have two hail toan?, the boys on?
and the Kiri? one. W*e hope Hie Kiri?
will got KO they ran play against the
hoya before school is out.
Our boys arc going to play willi
the Smith school Tuesduy or Wed
Our improvement association met
last Friday afternoon and the achoo]
had a right nice program
It was as follows:
mond, Cornelia Milan, Irene Smith,
luirle Summerai and James Darby.
Recitation- Fred Garrison.
Recital ion On.dy,. Philips.
Recitation Otis Garrison.
Dialogue . characters - Horn ice
Garrison, I .llb and Annie Hell Dar
by. Margaret Reid. Sarah Hammond,
Grace King. Nellie Eskcw. Claude
Thomas and Hilly Hammond.
Recital lon- Stacy King.
Recital ion- -Clydo Garrison.
We have about fifty members in
tho association and nope to get a lot
We are going to have an entertain
ment and box party next Friday night.
March 12th. The admission will be Bc
ami 100. Everybody is cordially in
o UNION SCHOOL o
TUC pupils lave beeil very di nell
pleased v. iib >bo fuel that they huvo
had i\ few liays of beautiful sunslMne,
?.1 which i he;, had the privilege lo en
gage in playing bull. Ibo bo;, s base
hull and t!?e Kirls bushel bull.
Miss Carlington was n \Nit< ?: nt our
cchool last wrecks
The following Ii thc honor roll for
Emma McConnell, Auger Roberson,
.'ernie ' Burgess, Rosa Gumbrell,
. ''?.arlie Cambrel!. Neille Rnldwlm
Rnymon Ureaaoale, Sara Burgess,
1 lassie Cox. Lol* Farr. Eula Gani
brell. Clarence Uamby. Jack Hand,
Harli'. Hand, Eliza Jones. Marioa
'.revs Kate Knight,.Nora Kay. George *
Roberson.-Edith' Kuighr.- Asllu Rara
pey, Crace Rampey. Fannie Willing
ham, Lynn Willingham, Maxi?? (i.nn
broll, Rossie Joni* . Clarence Philips,
Vager Brcazcnle. Guy Uamby, M?n
teos Baldwin. Billie Hand. Birthla
Jenkins. I-rank Lunney, Ethel Rogers.
Lorene Breazcale, Johnnie Mae Bald-,
win. Melvin Campbell. Harold Camp
bell. Tommy .Jenkins, Houslln Jen
kins. Carrie Jones, Jene Hogers,
George Rampey and Cowan Willing
o LEBANON HIGH SCHOOL oj
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The Golden Rot! Literary Society
will give a public program the night
of Friday. March Hitit. All are l.ivited
ot be present. Because of the rain,
very few pupils were at school Fri
day. The society was small, but the
following program was given:
Life of TImrod-Malcolm Ducworth.
That athletics is more Important than
tb? literary society.
Affirmative-Ralph McCallster and
Negative-Edith Hutchinson and
The rest of the school was present
with their teachers at this program.
The following were on the honor
roll for tlK' ls?t month and their
average is also given:
Tenth grade-Max Welburn, 9ft;
Hov Craig. 97; Pearle Webb. 97; Lois
1 .'chnrdson, 97; Mary , Smith, ?.Mi;
Wade Robbins, 95; mid Cecil Cope
Ninth grade-Bessie Harris. 98.
An entertainment was given in the
school house Friday night. Because
o? tho rain and the tad condition of
the roads, the crowd was small.
About a hundred and fifteen were
present howeWr. Tho proceeds
amount eil to 910.85, which belongs to
?ho Improvement association. Wo are
all glad Mrs. J. Y. Dur worth is at
home again. She is much improved
o ANDERSON COLLEGE o
Tho students and the faculty ot the
college were the guests of Manager
nieloh at tho new Anderson Theatre
Inst Friday afternoon. They greatly
appreciate the kindness and courtesy
of Mr. Bleich
Mr. Faithfull nnd Mr. Williams at
tended tho Sunday school convention
at Walkalla, where they made ad
Ml** Marlo Elms, who graduated
here last May. and ls now teaching
at Kasley. visited friends in the city
and college recently.
.Mies Mamine I.igon spent tho Vir
ead nt her homo in Sumter, returning
Any friend of the college who may
have-cannas, salvia, dahlia or chry
santhemum slips |n excess of their
own needs will find them gratefully
received at th?, college.
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o HIGH POINT SCHOOL o
The Athomian Literary Society car
ried out Ute following "rogram lust
Song-"Old Black Joe."
Jokes- A"?t<- Lou Martin and Ruth
Recitation - Elva Myers.
! loading -Stella McClellan.
Debate- Resolved. That sewing
should be taught In country schools.
Affirmative--Annie Hurton und El
Negative-John Clement and Cecil
Tho following pupils got on the
honor roll last month:
First grade-l/ovi Cromer, Bessie
Vaughn. Eva Burton, Annie Cason, Al
lie May Kuy, Julian Cox and Hazel
First advanced Mary Creer, Willie
Cromer. Julius Kirk. Addie Smith,
llayntc Burton, James A. Cason,
Therruon cromer, Earle Cambrell and
Paul and Leona Ashley.
Second grade-Fred I>ark, Edgar
Lark. Ida Cason. Etta Capon, Ernes
tine Weigh-, Helen Cromer,' Aaron
Kay, Vivian Cox, Viola Gamhrcll,
Third grade-Lizzie McClellan,
Aaron Martin, Liva Myers.
Fourth gnuie - Joe McClellan, Max
Greer, leeland (Tomer, Abner Cox,
Fifth grade-Paul Lee, Rosa King,
Savannah Canfield, John clement.!
Cooli Cromer, sam Hall, Robert cum-j
tilings, ('liarlos Wclgle, Emma Cle
Seventh grado Vda and Annie Bur-I
ton. Rosabelle Fields.
Eighth giade Fanny Fields, Ella
and St?lln McClellan. 1 rilli Clement. !
Sara Marlin. Maude Hollaed.
(Inly few people were present at
the "tacky party" given hy the im
provement association Friday night, j
on acct,uni nf thc very had weather.
o FRAZER FITTING SCHOOL o
The newest testimonial of tho in
terest Dr. Frazer has In the youth of
. jdorson is the how Ung alley now ip
uso at the Frazer Fitting School.
Nothing seems to have proved as
great a source of pleasure to one and
all-the boys of tim institution as it
has. Before school in tne morning,
during recess and in the afternoon,
tho rolling halls and the tumbling
pins may be heard.
Tho faculty watched with great in
terest to seo what thP result of tho
appearance of such an attractive sport
would he Thev confess that lt was
with great misgiving on the part of
some, lest the attraction would ab
sorb all interest and have the studies
slighted. However, after a trial of
two weeks, *hen. of course, bowling
while still new ls at ita meat attractive
stage, the faculty say they are glad
t j admit that there iras been no fall
lng off in the quality of tftc work of
tho boys and tardyness has been re
duced to a mimimum. Of course,
they say the real test has not yet
come and only -tlme will prove how
much good may come, but lt is cer
tain that so far thc bowling alley has
been a success and has had no evil
Friday past was test day and the
papers In some of the departments
were up to previous averages.
o ZION o
lo ' o
The farmers had Just sotten started
nreparing the ground when the rain
began. Mr. Farmer, don't get blue for
that wheat and oats are^ growing
We organized a literary society one
day last week. Most all the acholara
took part or Joined rather. We
are going to try to render a very in
teresting program in about two weeks.
Come, we shall bo glad to have you'
with us. v
Mr. Hanna, who is principal of
Pendleton school, brought some boys
down Sntnrday and helped us In ath
letics. He seems to bo very mtfch
enthused In thin everrise. Wo appre
ciate the kindness he*rcnderod us. and
>vj>h to thank him very much. There
wer.; ?wo other schools represented.
Tnwnv?llo r.nd Mel ?cen. .We enjoyed
th****?- pV?sence a?RO. y
Mis?? Jessie (lamhrell Intended ber
ing Van cid fashlonod pound supper."
hut op account of tho bad* weather,
had to postpone lt.
We have* hoon marching for fields
.lay exercises, and everybody seemed
to enjoy it very much.
Mr. Clnvton Cromer, who was tok
ing music nt Dayton, Vn.. has Joined
the nrmv. Ho plays tromlxuio in the
hand. We all hopo that he will enjoy
it. but Will be glad when his Cn e
expires, so be will get to return
home. * ^
Miss Ola Gamhrcll dined with Miss
Mattie Graham. Sunday.
Rev. Owens delivered a very force
ful sermon at Zion Sunday at eleven
o'clock. We all were mighty glad to
hear him, as his sermon was excel
Miss Lita Maddon spent tho week
end with her sister, Miss Olino Mad
den ne*r Walhalla.
o CLEMSON COLLEGE o
At a recent meeting of the athletic
association Dr. F. H. R. Calhoun, who
has been serving in the double capac
ity of chairman of the faculty, athletic
committee and president of the athle
tic association, resigned the lalor
position, tte Haid that the work KU?
loo much for one man to du well. Pro
fessor J, W. Gantt, for many years
secretary and treasurer of the asso
ciation, was elected president. I>r. W.
A. Harnett of track fame ut Clemson,
was elected secretary and treasurer.
D. F. Folger, president of the junior
class, was elected vice president; and
J. P. Harrell with J. H. Hunter and
C. 8. Garrett as assistants, was elect
ed as football manager for next sea
In preliminary contests to select
debaters to meet Davidson College at
Winthrop College in April, the Cal
houn society honors were won by 1).
F. Folger und A. M. Trotter; in the
Columbian the winners were D. E.
Swinehart and W. E. Blake; while in
the Palmetto II. D. Harker and J. W.
Sanders were the victors, with C. Hot
hell as alternate. The question for
debute is the restriction uf immigra
tion hy means of the literacy tesl.
Clemson will oppose the (est..
Several men have volunteered to
enter the contest for the selection of
debators to mort Wofford and char
leston Colloges. The question -for
discussion is thut England is a more
truly democratic government Mian Hie
I .'ni ted states. I>. F.. Swinelmrt anti
E. W. Harris will take the negative
and i'. c. Hangs and Ii F. Jenkins
the affirmative as representatives of
the Columbian society.
Viie annual celebration exercises of
Hie Palmetto literary poeiely were
heh! on last Saturday night with I!.
l>. Harker presiding. Following are
the nam?4? of thc winners in the sev
eral contests W. I?. Ttillevast. de
eluimer's medal; M. A. Smith, eral.ir's
medal; and S. C. Strlbling, the deba
ter's medal. W. A Barnett. A. G.
Holmes, nnd J. C. Littlejohn of Hie
facultv acted as je.ige-, ami Hr. I!::r
actt presented the mcdnfs.
Mr. Dooley of tho Westinghouse
company visited Clemson this v eek
li oking for men for lils company. He
made an/interesting address at the
mc; ning chapel exercises.
Vedd?r Sltton. recently written up
by Heisman as one cf tim twenty-four
greatest football players that the
South has produced, is actively at,
work with the ?baseball men. Almut'
80 candidates' ha-., presented them
Fetvds. R. B. Curoton has been elect
ed captain. He plays the short stop
pO.-ltlon. The ?Uicr old players back
in college are: lier, second base;
Tarrant, lift Held; Harris, right field;
Schachte. Thornton, and Anderson,
pitchers. This is a line nucleus around
which to build a wirfniug team.
The senior and junror clubs gave
a delightful dunce on Friday night
of inst week. . The attractive decora
tions were largely patriotic in effect.
The music furnished by the college
orchestra delighted all. f
Examination is Just one week off.
The work of the term has been good.
Professors li. H. Johnstone and- W.
A. Routteu, who have been sick for
two or three weeks, are recovering.
TO THE CITADEL
Bulldogs Triumph Over the Tigers
For First lime lu Athletics.
CHARLESTON, March 8.--Th?
Citadel-Clemson basketball game,
which was played in the city Y. M.
C. A. court last Saturday night, re
sulted in an overwhelming victory
for the local team-tho final score be
ing 48 to 20. The Citadel five took
an early lead which the visitors were'
unable to overcome. Vociferous de
monstrations followed the victory,
which will long be remembered as
the first athletic triumph over Clem
Wofford and Newberry ore now tied
for first honors in the State and hav
ing been defeated by Newberry ' thc
Citadel h. desiriouB of playing Wof
ford so as to decide which may claim
second place in the State champion
ship standing. It is probable that a
game will bc arrauged with them i'm'"
next Saturday night.
A pleasant social function of the
last week was the semi-monthly
dance given in the now gymnasium
hall, on last Friday evening. Among
tho debutants at this bop may be
mentioned Cadets Martin and Rau
som of Helton ??nd Wllliamston re
spect itt sly. . N. '
Leave was given Wednesday night
to those who wished lo see Hillie
Burke In -Jerry" at tho Acadcmv of
Haseball^jiractico will begin In
earnest tins week. Some fifty ui.~n
wlK composo Oie squad and Coach
OeV.vC. Rogers expects to have a
Winning team. . .
Hr. J. (). Retrude, of Columbia, gave
an interesting talk lo tho ende? Y. M.
C A. Sunday night oa "A Trip up
the Congo." Hu spoke from a stand
point of erpcrieneo, giving n very
vivid description of the scenes iie
witnessed in passing through thc
heart of the groat African conOnent.
Just after tho parade'on Washing
tons birthday. Oovernor Manning
took occasion to remark that the
Citadel boya made him proud of his
Stats that afternoon and said that
he boped to see them with the Weat
Point Cadets in the next inaugural
parade in Washington. Good for the
top KASBACH i KiU.?trS ASS BlAOOE'
o ERSKINE COLLEGE o
On laut Friday ?-vening the semi
annual celebration o? the Calliopean
Literary Society waa held in the
Erskine auditorium. The invocation
was made by Dr. O. G. Robinson.
The nrogram was as follows: Presi
dent's* address, Miss Mary Higliam;
Freshman Kssay, "Israel's Political
Redeemer." Miss Ruth Williams;
Sophomore essay. "Through a Hole in
the Hedge." .Miss Rachel Bigham;
Junior essay, "Wordless Languaee."
Miss Lily Brooks; Debate, Resolved,
That the government ownership of
railroads in the United States is de
sirable; affirmative, Miss Ledio
Bryson; negative. Miss Ruth Sheffield.
The decision of the debate was ren
dered in favor of the negative.
President Moffet will be away for
some time in the interests of tho
The monthly meeting of tho Abbe
ville county teachers was held mst
Saturday in the Euphcrmlan Society
hall. Prof. Held of the department of
science of Erskine Coll?ge waa among
the speakers that addty^ssfjM th} as
Thc Erskine students were sjelight
fully cnterta' cd at tho Wylie Home
on Sat urda; evening.
MU?S Janie Wylie of the class of
.14, and Miss Marion Sturkoy,.u slu
leht .:l Erskine la;;l yeur, allt-A>/?<id Ue
f'alliopo.m c?l?bration and spent the
wcek-omi with friends.
Miss Hallad ot Hoik Hill ami Mrs.
Adams, who has a daughter Itt Err
ida:- were visitors at the Wylie Home ?
j ?"or the week-end.
Miss Julhi MnPat spent the week- |
end al her home in Du<- West. While
there she attended at Erskine College ?
lat annual celebration af Ute t'allr,;
p?nn Literary Society, Which took
j place on Friday evening! March
j Miss Ruth Wi i lian1; of this ?lace took
: par: In the program as the freshman
; ossayest and Miss Anni- Laurie
Dugan, al; o of this place.'acted as one
of tho Marshalls. She with several
. ither:?. win? attended from this placo,
I reports that the program was excep
' [ionally good and that it was much
, enjoyed by all present.
The second term examinations pas
, ?ed ' iT successfully last week and the
pupils have resumed their regular
work this week with a much brighter
look on their faces than most of them
woru last week. Though much dread
of thtae examinations was manifest
ed by the pupils most of them made
good marks, and the teachers seem to
bi well pleased with the examinations
as a whole. ?
Miss Maggie Carlington, who is
working in 'Jie interest of the "Girls'
Tomato Club" and "The Boys' Pea
nut vjlub," was present last Wednee
da'/ evening at tho Mothers Club,
which held its regular meeting in thc
school auditorium jn order that tho
school children might be present to
hear what Miss Garlington had to
sav. Several of the boys were pres
ent at this meeting and showed much
Interest in the work, while only a
few gills wore present at the meeting
it is likely that both clubs will be
As the spring season is approaching
both boys and girls are entering into
their athletics with more enthusiasm.
After much delay the girls have be
gun practicing basket ball again, and
they hope to be able to play a match
game in the near future. The boys
arc likewise ryeparlng for base ball
practice by putting the grounds In
good shape, and along with this they
are practicing vaulting foi' field day
Several of thc pupils have already
volunteered to try in .the. preliminary
comest, which will be held some time
in April to select speakers ', for the'
oritorlcal contest at Helton. The
iitices a^ being selected and practice
on them will begin in the near fu
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o LANDER COLLEGE,
The next lyceum attraction will be
given next Friday evening, March 12
Dr. W. S. Cbrrell. of the South Caro
lina University will deliver a lecture
according to 1 the engagement made
with thc Lander Club last summer.
This gifted speaker will doubtless be
welcomed to Greenwood by a large
audience. There will also bo some
che ruting music by the Lyric Club.
The first year's class in Domestic
Science recently invited the new
members of the faculty to enjoy a
luncheon in tho little dining, roo? pf
the department. Mils' Virginia Aloj:
nnder of Chc-.ter mndo a channing
? hostess and Misses .Joeann flroylo* of
Anderson, and Myrtle Willis ot Flori-.
I da, were excellent wuitresser,. The
whole.class did tho cooking.
- Mrs. C. E. Prince who "has Just re
turned from RpendinR the wintoV in
California is making n visir a* I,? nd er.
T?r. Willson was absent from tho
coHegc several days this wc-ck. hav
Jng gone to Henderson. N. CV, to con
duct thc funeral of Dr. R. A. Child
who was for several years the finan
cial agent of the college. At thc hour
of the burial, all school exercises at
the college were suspend editor ten
Misses Sadie and Nora Lander, of
Ltncolntoh, N. C., have been spending
a few days at tho college with Miss
Anaio Laurie Williams.
Miss Alexander of the faculty, went
to Laurens, and Gray Court, recently
for a short visit Miss Bryan ls spend,
lng the week-erd la North Augusta,
tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Law
Pressure spring In front of
axle prevents neck weight on
Spring between pole and
frame relieves jur on the
Xo axle through renter of
reel to wind trash.
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THAN, A Xl OTH ER
Rouble edge knives give twice
the service of single edge.
Axle pius arc not part of
knife la ud und can he replaced,
when worn, at slight cost.
Wheels have staggered ?pokes
and huhs have hard oil caps.
Strong, Well Made, Handsome In Appearance.
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j Stop stoppiii:
to foot bills
In most offices book
keepers write out bills
and statements and then
stop to foot and provo.
Hereafter bills will be
written and accurately
footed at one operation
-on one machine.
With the easy-run
ning Remington Add
- inc and Subtracting
Typewriter the dollars
and cents add mechan
ically-while they are
bein? typed. Discounts
are deducted auto
The total once typed
is equivalent to an ex
pert accountant's O. K.
lt must be correct.
Thc Rc nt in (j to n
Adding and Subtracting
Typewriter is a com
plete easy - running
typewriter for1 letter
Switch a lever and ic
is a rapid, absolutely-ac
curate adding machine.
But, most important,
it simultaneously writes
and adds on the sams
20th Century Speed
"Whenever you. see
a clerk stopping to foot
bills or statements you
can now say, "There
is time being wasted."
Stop this waste.
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A PLOW FOR EVERY PURPOSE
MTHE LITTLE DANOY,**" a ?He horse piotr?
with Cutter Shun-, uve Inches deep and seven
inches wide This plow has good clearance
under ti i bottom and wi1| net fill np with dirt
and sticky soil,
?ST3IE COTTON KING," m light two norse
plow, made with steel beam, with a eapaelty
H'IX Inches^ deep and nine Inches wide. - This
plow ls made Right Hand oir.y; and tram Its
groat popnlarlty !t stunt be the right plow .in
the right place.
.TERRACING"- plew. See wfjm??
41. Every plow ma'xer nukes this ntyUk plow,
but ow ry plow mrJtcr doc* not' Wake this'
QUALITY plow. Kithrr of il-flse Np. 4* or 44
for terracing land cannot be beaten? Tho land
side Is sloping, and* the moldboard IM conclave,
strongly carved. Has a high, hold front? with
a thin, shnrp cutting edge. It's 'sande eJther
right or left hand.
.SUBSOIL" plow No. 17, wklefc !* not a'shr
taco tickler, hut a real **?rahsoIl<T* Is the plow
yon need.; See It and vea will agree with us.
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