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Harriett. Mis* Daisy Brockington, and
MifcK Kate Oleum I^urens Mill
school?mikh ljih Hart, Miss Fannie
llhint-K. Miss Irene Kay, and Miss
Mary Simpson, teachers; total No. of
pupils, 685; length of school term, b
months; Bpecisl SCboOl levy. ? mills;
amount of uivh school fund, $?00.00;
to'al school fund. $9<C2C.61.
Voun^K Scheel District No. 1.
Ebeoezer school.?Trustees, a. h
Stewart, J. F. Sloan, and T. v Hen
derson. Miss Lila Simmons, teacher;
No. of pupils. 80; length of school
term, 6 months; total school fund.
Votings School District Xo. 2.
Trustees, .'no. M, Gray, W. R. Hen
derson, and Austin Ahercrombie.
Friendship school- Miss Emma M
Dial, and Miss Friday, tearhers: No.
of pupils. 71; length of School term,
7 month::. Youngs school?Miss
Maltis Tarrant and Miss Ma-'ge Jiar
rls. teachers; No. of pupils, 92;
length of school term, 7 months; se
rial school levy, mills: total No. of
pupils, 166; total school funds,
I'oungs School District Xo". 3.
Trustees. Egbert Riddle -J B Rho
des and C B. Taylor. Riddles Old Fie. j
school?A. ?. Stephens, teacher; No.
Youngs School District Xo. b
Ti istees, Jjjo. M. Cook. J'. B. Co* :?
^?.tihL's School District Xo. ?'?.
Vouutrs School District n<>. 0.
''?f.trai school.?Trustees, H. p.
Durdett, J. a Putnam, and C. D. Cox.
Miss Gens Henry, teacher; No. of pu^
plls, 41; length of school tern,.
leonths; total school fund, 1408.08.
Laoford School District No. 10,
l^ahford school.?Trustees, \V, H
Drummond, M G, Patterson, and C.
I Waldrop. Miss Laisy Allen and
Miss Annie Lanford, teachers; No.
of pupils. 82; length 01 school t^rrn.
v months; special school levy, i
mills; total school fund, $864.78.
tira School District No. 12.
Ora school -Trustees, H. ii. Flem
ing; O, L. Davis; and 0. I.. Hunter;
vv s Patterson, teacher; No. of pu
pils, 50 i length Of school term.
months; special school levy, 2 mills;
toial ?ch<tol fund $875.10.
Fountain Inn School District No. 3,
Fountain Inii High school Prof
II B. Domlnlck, superintendent; No.
ol pupils from this county, 35;
length of school term, !> months;
special school levy, 10 mills; total
school fund from this county, i::<.7>i
Only a small corner of Lailrens coun
ty Is in this district.
Diuls School District No. I.
Green Pond sclmol. Trustees, I D,
v.ood, Abncr Babh, and Sampson
Bahb. C. B. OwlngS, Miss Cora Pahb.
Sfld MISS Annie Putnam, teachers;
No of pupils, 134; length of school
term c months; special school levy,
.'t mills; amount of private subscrip
tion raised, $100.00; amoiinl from
State fund, $100.00; total school
l?lul>. school District Xo. -'.
Eden school. Trustees, las. L, Ma
haffey, C, A. Maid?, and 8. it. Gray.
Mrs Lillle Armstrong Nash, teacher;
No. of pupils, 34; bngth of school
term, 7 months; total school fund,
Dials School District No. 8,
Khlloh school. Trustees. II S. Wal?
taeo, ft, c. Wilson, and i. p. Gray
Mis, Ell lei Hardy and Miss Maty
(Joe, teachers; No of pupils, H0j
length of school term. months; spc*
i ial school levy, 2 mills.; total school
Dials School District No. I.
Harmony school, Trustees, n .1
G Curry. .1. I. t ook, and .1. K. Hoi
COmbO. Miss Minnie Wallace and
Miss Carrie Htoddnrd, teachers, No.
<if pupils., 85; length of school term,
Ii months; total school fund, $574.45,
Dials School DIstHcl .No. 5.
day Court-OwlngH Institute,
Trustees, .1. T. Pedeu, w. it. clock,
and .1. w. Dupre. J. Archie Willis,
Miss Hula ChCOk ami Mrs. Laura
Hatched, teachers; No. of pupils, 137;
length of SChOOl term, !? months; spe
cial school levy, 2 mills. Leaksvills
SChOOl MIhs Annie Putnam, teacher;
No. of pupils, ir,; length of school
term, 2 i - monlhBi total No. of pu
pils, 152; total school fund. $003.45.
Dials School District No, fl.
Harksdaie school. Trustees, W. II.
Barksdale, w. a. Putnam, and w. w.
Veargin. Miss May Putnam f and
Miss Myrtle Yenrgln, teachorai No.
of pupils, 71; length of school term,
X months; BpOOlnl school levy, 2 mills;
lot*) SChOOl funds, $760.40,
Dial* School District >o. J.
Dials School.?Truste*;?. Cur
ry. J. T. Armstrong. a?*l StV .17. Aber
cromblc. Mist- Kan nie oar.. tea< ti
er; No. of pupils, ler.gtb Of school
term. K months; total school fund.
Dial* school District No. &
M< ma school.?Trustees. K. A
I Nash, W\ f. Medlock, and B. L Habt
MIsa Mallie Dee j-'arrow. teacher;
No. of pupils, IT: length of ffhwl
term. 92 day*: total school fund.
Sulli?anv School BMrbi \c. I.
. Trustee*. A. J. Monroe. \V. I. Free
man, and .1. F. Davis. Princeton
school?T. C. Cork and Miss Sue May
Brown, teachers; No. of pupils, H:
length of school term. * months.
Fetndale school?Miss Kathleen Ev
ans, teacher. No. of pupils. '.et.gth
of school term, 4 months: special
school levy, i' mills: amount rahM.1
by private subscription. $125.00;
amount received from state fund
1100: total school fund. $1134.72
sullhun* School District Vi. ?,
Mt. Bethel school.?-Trustees. W. B
Wood. J. H. !!??:,>;?. i. A S. C c0ok.
Miss L:t:*:a Merrlman, le&Cber; No.
Superintendent Ceo. L. Pitt?.
?; months; total school fund. %\^>^:>.
Sullhun* School District No. '?'>.
iJOplar Springs school.?Trustees.
Jho. w. Simpson, J P. Simmons, and
Thos. T. Wood Miss Alma Wallace
teacher; No. of pupils, 61; length of
sChoOl term. 7 months: amount raii-ed
by private subscription, $40.00; amt.
received from state fund. $80.00; to
tal school fund. $ i 1 v ir:;.
Sullhaii? School District n<,, t.
Rabun school ?-Trustees, H. D. Ma
hoii, It M. Bolt, and W. a. Baldwin.
Miss Janie C. O?rlSngton, teacher:
No. of pupils. '-'1; length of school
tCrm, K months:; amount raised by
private subscription, $20.00; amount
received fror.? the state fund, $40.00;
total school fund. $267.01.
Sullhanx School DKtrlcl Vo. .7.
Hendei son vi lie school.?Trustees,
; M. Buhierel, II J: Ropei and .1. w.
Keliett. MISS Maude .Sharp?-, teach
er; No. of pupils, 53; length of school
term. months; amount raised by
private subscription, $-"?'?"; amount
received from the State fund, $40.00;
total school fund. $267.03.
SullitMIIH School District No. ?;.
Friendship school. Trustees, .1. C.
Wasson, W .a. Traynham, and it. it.
Chapman. Miss Maggie M. (jarlfng
ton. teacher; No. of pupils, 50;
length of school term. 7 months;; spe
cial school levy, ~ \-JL mills; total
school fund, $504.10.
SiiIIIvuiim School District No. 7.
Drewcrton school. Trustees, Jno.
Beeks, I If, Ballentlne, ami .1. a. BaJ
entlne. .1. <'. Burdett, teacher; No.
of pupils, 54; length of school term,
7 months; special school levy, :: mills;
total school fund, $850.03.
Waterloo School District Nr.. I.
Mt. Oallagher school. Trustees, B.
i. Henderson, J. c. Martin, and s. f.
Boland. Mrs. Maty W. Carter,
teacher; No, of pupils, 54; length of
School term, y mouths special school
levy, mills. Total school fund,
Wiitcrloo School Dlslrlcl No.
Bethlehem school. Trustees, A. W.
sims, w. i. Anderson, and J, a. Puck?
et. c. w. Jones, teacher, No. of
pupils, ii. Length of school term, ?;
months, Special school levy, 2 mills.
Total school fund, $376.13.
Walerbo. School DMrid No. 11.
Ekom school. Trustees.Y. a. God
frey, T. ll. Hurts and T. C. Mc Dan lei.
Miss Myrtle Culbortson, teacher; No.
of pupils. '.7; length of school term, >?
months; Special school levy '? mills
Total school fund, $507.21.
Waterloo School District No. I.
Center Point school. Trustees, \i,
m. c. Moore, j, if, odell and RJ, M. Rl?
more. Clyde II. Codfroy, teacher;
No. of pupils, 20; length of school
term, I months, Total school fund,
Waterloo School District No. .">.
OakVlllo SChOOl.--Trustees. W. II
Williams, j, c. McDaniol, And J, I)
Terry Mrs. Hobt. m. Hoyd, toucher;
No. of pupils. 10; length of school
term, 0 mouths: total school fund,
Waterloo School District No. 6.
Mt. I'butsant BChOOl, TriiHleeH, (5
m. Moore, il, w. Fowlor, and Moses
Madden, Jah, D. Hunter And Miss
Nannie Cunningham, teachers; No. of
pupils. 53; length of school term. 7
months: special school levy. J mills,
total school fund. S7v:..*('.
Wat^rlw * hovl District >o. T.
Mt. O.ive school?Trustees. J. R.
Burton. W. L. Cooper, and M. W. Hill.
Miss May Madden, teacher: No. of pu
; :1s i~ . length of school term. r. 1-2
months. Reedy Grove school?J. O.
Martin, teacher: No. of pupils, 24;
ieng^L of school term. *? months; total
No. of pupi'.s. C?: total schock fend.
Waterloo School District Xo, 14.
Waterloo school.?Trustees. W. H
Whanoc H. D. Winn. H. C. Fuller.
\V. C. Wharton, and G. W. Leng.
W. S. Puckett and M.ss Eva Martin,
teachers; No of pupils. 75; length of
s?chterir. 7 s'.ct.ths. special fcht.o!
levy. 2 ui.::s: total school fund.
(res? Hill School District Xo. 1.
Lone View school.?Trustee.-. K. B.
Pir.sc:. L. W. Reeder, and Jon. Smith.
Miss L::.na Glenn, teacher: No. Of pto
plls, -"-: length of school term. 6
months; total school fund. $621.00.
( r.-.w Hill *e b< (tl District Xo. 2.
Pine Blufl school.?Trustees. \V. E.
Grlfflh, K V.- Brow!;. a:.d O. P. Pitts.
Miss Inez Dobbins, teacher; No. of
? -? ? tern
sei fund. $27'
? ross HIM School Distric t V?.. 3.
< ros* Jiiii St lo...I District Xo. I.
I russ Hill school Distric t Xo. t;.
? I. V. Ib
P. P. Richardson. Miss Kate Ram
? - ? ' ? : i pi b
length of school term, 6 I-2 months;
totai school fund. $466.54,
( ross Hill School District Xo. 13.
High '-'hoc! trustees, J. W. Sim
mons, W. Rasor, P. a. Wharton.
R. a Boyce, and Con way Dial.
Graded school trustees, P. P. Watts:.
E. C. Chapman, R. a. Austin, n. S.
Turnet M. a. Leaman, T. M. PInson,
a. m. Hill, v.". 8. Hough,, superin
tendent, Miss Kate- Addison, Miss Le
ila Parr". Miss Eva West, and Miss
Lizzie Griffini teachers; No. of pu
pils. 14?;: b-ngth of school term. S
month1-, high school fund. $600.00;
special school levy. :; mills; sinking
fund. 2 3-2 mills: special high school
levy of :;-t mill from Cross Hill
school districts Nos. 1, 2. and i;
total school fund. $2231.20;
Hunter s< heel District No. l
Lisbon school.?Trustees, J. G.
Jacks, L. E CorbCtt, and W. L.
Teague. Miss Carrie Langston,
teacher; No. <<t pup.'!-. :;::: length of
school term, 6 months; total school
fund. $420 65.
Hunter School District No. 2.
Rook school.?Trustees. S. W. Bry
son, H. L. Jones, and T. A. Lynch.
Mis Sara Peeks, teacher: No. of pu
pils, 9; length of school term. 7
months*, total school fund. $415.50.
HUntCr No 2 and Cross Hill No. "?
are adjoining districts and have only
I one white school, white is taught by
Miss Sara Hecks.
Hunter School District No. S.
Hock Bridge school.?Trustees. T.
J. Chandler, H. E. Simpson, and Oeo.
m. Davis. Miss Harriett w. Poore,
teacher; No. c>f pupils. 2.'?; length of
school term, S months; total school
fund. $71 t 77.
Hunter School District No. 1,
Wadsworth school.?Trusten?, C,
it. Workman, J. F. Bedenbnugh, ami
J, Floyd Workman. Miss Doll hi Cle
land, teacher; No. of pujdls, I.V.
length of School term, s months; to
tal school fund. $201.35.
Hunter No. :,.
Clinton High SChOOl. Trustees. H.
L. King. E. Lee Pitts, and G. A. CopC
L'i 11 (I E. II Hall, superintendent;
Missen Alllo Dobson, Mabel Sumerel,
Talulah Neville, Laura Hall, Sarah
Copoland, and Mrs. John Little.
teachers; No. of pupils, 2t?x; length of
BChOOl term, U months; special school
levy. I', mills; high school fund. $500;
total school fund, $6,704.05. Lydia
Min school Rev, ii. Fowler, toaoher;
No. cif pupils. 40; length of school
term, 7 months. Private school at
Clinton Min taught by Mrs. Baker
No. of pupils. Pt; length of school
term, a months. Total number of
Hunter School District Xo. 0,
Goldvllle RChOOl. Trustees. J. V.
Gary, l. w. c. niaiock, ami Henry c
Hunter. IMss Annie Hellams, catch
er; No. of pupils, 112; length of school
term, ti mouths; total school fund,
Hunter School District No. 7.
Belfast school. - Trustees, Jim? A.
Wallace, It. G. Wallace, am1 Jim. A.
Davenport. Miss Sara A. Feather
stone, teacher; No. of pupils, 16;
length of school term, X months; total
school fund. $?.f<7.7S.
Hunter School Ristrk't No. S.
Young's school.?Trustees. J. J.
Young J. L Crawford, and D. R. Craw
ford. Miss Pet Parrott. teacher: No.
of pupils, ?: length of school term.
8 mouths: total school fund. $405.42.
V Minn Hie school District No. ic>.
Mountvjlie high school.?Trustees.
J. C. Miller. J. H. Motes, and B. R.
Fuller. Teachers. Prof. W. P. Cul
bertson, Superintendent: Miss Frar.kie
Culbertson Miss Marie Stokes. Miss
Mary Martin; No. of pupils, v>:
length of school term. S months: spec
ial school levy. 2 1-2 mills , high school
fund. $500.00; total school fui.d.
Jack'* ScllOt i District No. 1.
Jacksonville school.?Trustees. I.
V.'. Ada:.- .1. E. Adair. and R. J. Adair.
Miss Ruth Martin, teacher: No. of
pupils. 15; length of school term., 7
months: total school fund. $2&S.0G.
Jack? School District No.
Shady Grove school.?Trustees. T.
L, Johnson. .T. H. Pitts, and D. M. Ma
son. Miss Mary Castles, teacher:
No of pupils. 21: length of school
term. ?". months; total school fund.
Juck- School District No. :t.
Sardis school.?Trustees. P. F. Cope
land, P. M. Pitts, and A. .1. Hol?ngs
wonh. Miss Carrie Buford. teacher:
; ths: total .?
?lach- School I?i-triet N.-. 4.
Ja< ks School District No, ?"?.
Jacks School Districl No. r,.
Odd I school.?Trustees S. W. Dean,
\V. \Y. Lynn, and T. W. Dillard. Miss
Emma Crum, teacher; No. of pupils.
7: length of school term, i months;
total school fund. $215.50.
IIurricauc No. 1.",.
Hurricane school.?Trustees. C. C.
Young, loh m. Simpson, and J. L.
Simpson. Miss Nellie Grant, teacher;
No. of pupils. 4:;: length of school
term. S months; total school fund,
ScuAletOwn School District No. 1.
Long Branch school.?Trustees, J.
Wilson Blakely, Sam R. Todd, and
Geo. W. Cunningham. Miss Lidie
Sloan, teacher; No. of pupils, 4s;
length of school term. 7 months; to
tal BChool fund. $507.13.
SciiffUetowu School District No. 2.
Byrd school.?Trustees. W. M. My
ers. G. C. Byrd. and D. A. Glenn. Miss
Eucibla Dantzler, teacher; No. of pu
pils, 13; length of school term. 7
months: total school fund. $021.4 b
Sciiftlctoun School District No. :h
LangSton school.?Trustees. J. F.
Saxon, F. L. Donhan, and Reese Hol
land. Miss Amanda Glenn, teacher;
No. of pupils. 13; length of school
term, ?'? 1-2 months; total school fund,
Sruflllctovtn School Districl No, 1.
Sandy Spring school.?-Trustees, J.
w. Peterson, F. w. Little, and D. M.
Sanders. Miss Ella Peterson, teach
er; No. of pupils, 31; length of school
term. 7 months; total school fund.
Schools, 7i; teachers, 120; pupils,
1,191; funds. $54,326.28.
Negro schools: 7!; teachers, 71?;
Laurens, Clinton. Cross Hill, and
Mount vllle. Gray Court-OwingS,
Waterloo. Green Pond, and Shlloh
have made application for high schools
this year. v
Rich Men's Gifts Are Poor
beside this: "I want lo go on record
as saying that I regard Electric Bit
ters as one of the greatest gifts that
God has made t woman," writes Mrs.
0, Rhlnevault, of Vestal Center. N. V.
"I can never forget what it lias done
for me."' This glorious medicine
gives a woman buoyant, spirits, vigor
of body and jubilant health. It
r.UlCkly eines nervousness, sleepless
ness, melancholy, headache, backache,
fainting and dizzy spells; soon builds
up the weak, ailing ami sickly. Try
them. 50c, at Laurens Drug Co. and
Palmetto Drug Co.
Every farmer can be his own
weather profit if he will keep his
tools under the shed, ami his stock
In the stable during had nights.
WINTHROP COLLEGE SCHOLAR
SHIP AND ENTRANCE
The examination for the award of
vacant Scholarships in Winthrop Col
lege mid for the admission of new
students will he held at the County
Court House on Friday, July 2, at 0
a. in. Applicants must not be less
than fifteen years of age. When
Scho'arshlps are vacant after July 2
they will be awarded to those making
the highest average at this examina
tion, provided they meet the Condi
tions governing the award. Appli
cants for Scholarships should write
to President .Johnson before the ex
amination for Scholarship examina
Scholarships are worth $Hin and
free tuition. The next session will
open September ir>, 1000. For fur
ther Information and catalogue, ad
Pres. D .H. JOHNSON,
11-td. Rock Hill, S. C.
Special Values this Week
J. E. Minter & Bro.
Broken sizes in Men's $20 and $22.50 Suits at $15
Broken sizes in Men's $12.50 and $15 Suits at $10
Broken sizes in Men's $10.50 Suits at $7.50
If we have your size in these lots you save
several dollars on your suit-.
Special values in Ladies' Wash Suits
Big Bargains on our Remnant Counter
Ladies' Vest 5c
Colored Lawn per yard. 5c
yard wide Percale per yard, G l-2c
a good silk Ribbon per yard, 10c
J. E. Minter & Bro
Lauren?, S. C.
; LURENSVILLr. FEMALE COLLEGE \
of the Laurensville Female College
: 11 to in
duce the Methodist Conference to es
tablish the first Methodist Female Col
lege in the town Of Laurens. At the .
Annn.il Session of Conference, in No
vember, IV.:'.. the location for the pro
jected college was still undecided
upon, hut among the many towns con
testing for the honor. Laurens was
among the number, and when con- :
ference finally designated Spartan
burg. Laurens. Greenville, Newberry
and Camden as the only towns that
would be Considered as contestants,
new zeal and energy were kindled in
the hearts of the citizens and imme
diately Mr. lt. M. Stokes, the editor
of the Laurensville Herald, began,
with renewed hope, a series of strong
editorials In an effort to arouse the
people to the importance of having
the college located at Laurens. As
had been decided upon at the Novem
ber session of conference, the com
mittee having in c harge the matter of 1
deciding upon the location met in
Spartanburg on the 4th of July, 1853.
and Laurens' claims were laid before
that body. Suffice it to say. however.
Laurens failed to gain the prize, and
this very fact, perhaps, more than all
else, contributed to emphasize the
need of such an institution, and con
tributions from various leading cit
izens began to pour iu upon the ed
itor, and among the number were
several pointed and able articles writ
ten by the late Col. J. P. Hoyt. (father
of Col. J. A. Hoyt, late deceased).
These articles from the pen of Col.
Hoyt. especially, so aroused the cit
izens to the imperative need of a first
class institution of learning, that sub
scription lists were soon in circula
tion and it was not long before the
necessary funds were subscribed with
which to erect the building. The
building was finally completed, and
I In Just five years from the day the
agitation for a college was first begun
the Laurensville Female College was
opened to the public with a fine corps
of teachers, this auspicious day being
the second Monday in February. IK.'iS.
The Rev. E. T. Buist. I). l>.. was Its
first president, assisted by the follow
ing corps of teachers:
Rev. David Wills, professor of Log
ic. Rhetoric and Heiles Letters.
Rev. '/.. L. Holmes, professor of
Mathematics and Natural Philosophy.
Mrs. c. m. Vernon, teacher of the
English department ami of French.
Miss Sarah C. Pilot, teacher of Mu
sic and the ornamental branches.
Dr. .lohn W. Simpson was president
of the hoard of trustees, and in the
announcement of the opening of the
college the trustees notified the pub
lic that a gentleman teacher of music
would be secured as soon as Ho- occa
sion demanded it.
True? to their promise, or announce
ment, sometime during (he adminis
tration of Dr. Pulst. Prof. Carl Cus
tav Jaeger was added to the faculty
as the head of the music department
and was succeeded by Prof. Fisher
under Dr. Jacobs' first administration.
Also, that "('apt. John M. MeCHn
tOCk; an elder in the Presbyterian
Church, ran accommodate twelve
young ladies with hoard. Including
fuel, at $10.(1(1 per month." And for
years Capt. McCllntOCk's home, as a
boarding house for the young lady
students, was Inseparable from the
college, and stood on the site now oc
cupied by the residence of Col. .lames
ii. Traynham. Many ladies now liv
ing In the town and county cherish
fond recollections of the days when
they attended the Laurensville Female
College and boarded at the "McC'llil
Although the college was t uilt by
; jpular subscription <the f-.::;<;s bei -
raised almost entirely in the town ?
(?<".::.'>? of Laurens) it was placed uu
? of the f ! S
Carolina, but was patronized through
? ? . Ii
H:. Buist, its first president, mien
im: in July. 1S61, aft-.-r having grad
uated four classes during l.is admin
istration of a little over three yearn,
was followed by the Rev. Ferdinn d
Jacobs, I). 1?. And although the col
lege had a succession cd presidents
and widely varying fortunes. Dr. Ja
cobs guided its destiny all through
the four years of the war. and chiving
his administration the college proba
bly enjoyed its highest meed of praise
and usefulne ss. The atti ndance wan
larger, perhaps, during these four
years than at any other time during
the life of the college. While Hr Ja
cobs had no superior in the Mat-* tut
a teacher, perhaps, the large attend
ance which the college enjoyed durina
the war is accounted for In a great
measure by Dr. Jacobs' being a na
tive of Charleston and those of bet
citizens who refugced in the up.coun
try came to Laurens. many c f them
out of personal regard for Dr. Jacobi .
where they or their children could
receive the benefits of the splendid
educational advantages which Dr. In
cobs' school afforded. He resigned
the presidency of the college in ,h;i>
lv'.r,. after graduating four Classes,
and was succeeded by Dr. Samuel I
Price, of Virginia, who took ch e go
of the school In i860, remaining two
years and graduating two classes,
Major J. A. Leland next assumed
the duties of president and continued
in that capacity until isTI, and gave
diplomas to three classes.
in isTi! Rev. J. R. Riley was made
president and continued at the head
of the school for four years. During
his administration of affairs the o
were no graduates: the college became
simply a village school.
In 1 s70 Colonel James Harrow bo
came president but held the position
for one year only. There were no
Dr. Ferdinand Jacobs again tool;
charge of the school in and con
ducting it until 1ST??, graduating one
In 1880 there was no president. f
Professor J. D. Anderson assumed
control of the college in 1881, rCOi
ganl'/.ed it and remained at its luvet
for four years, the school enjoying
considerable prosperity (luring thil
In 1885 Professor It. W. Mllncf be
came president for the term of throe
In 1888 Professor W. M. MCCtlSlnil
the last president of Hie Institution.
took charge, remaining at its head
until the college was closed anil the
graded school established, Tho col
lege was then sold to the town to be
used as the building for the City
Graded School,the proceeds going Into
the building of the First Presbyterian
I2*>th Year Regina October I.
Entrance examinations will he held
at the County Court House on Frida
July 2, at !> a. m. ah candidates for
admission can compete in October for
vacant Poyce scholarships. Which pay
$l<ia a year. One free tuition schol
arship to each county of South Care
Una. Hoard and furnished room in
Dormltory( $12. Tuition, $10. For
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