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* WINTHROP COLLEGE.
Winthrop College. October 21, 1911
?School has now been in session for
over a month and are down at regu
lar work. Seven hundred and thirty
two pupils have been enrolled. As
uaual Laurens county has a large rep
resentative at Winthrop. The follow
ing is a list of the thirty Laurens
county girls: Edith Austin, Lena
Adair. Ruth Brown, Mary Bean, Pearl
Clardy, Emma Cooper, Winnie Jeans,
Edmonla Garrett. Bessie Hill, Llalla
Hollinsworth, Chloe Johnson, Ger
trude Leaman, Ella May Martin, Vir
ginia Owens, Susie Owens, Marie Phil
pot, Daisy E. Phillips. Willie Stewart,
Blanche Stewart, Eliza May Sullivan,
Kathaline Sullivan, Maurie Simpson,
Evie Shands, Margarlte Tolbert, I mo
gene Wilkes, Ethel Winn, Azlle Wof
ford, Kate Wofford, Rene Young, Mar
The York County Teachers associa
tion. Home Maker's Clubs, Corn Clubs,
and Girl's and Boy's Industrial clubs
are having a two days meeting at
Winthrop College. v
Friday, October 20th was called
"School Improvement Day' and was
taken up with educational talks, In
spection of. class work, and demon
strations In Industrial subjects taught
Today, Saturday Is to be full of help
ful Ideas and things for teachers as
well as club boys and girls.
Miss Mattle Sloan of Fountain Inn,
who Is teaching in York County is at
?tendlng the Teachers' association.
One of the busiest places in the
whole college during the school year
is the library. It is here that the stu
dents do most of their preparation
for daily recitations, for there is hard
ly a lesson to be prepared that docs
not require some parallel reading in
The new students are given a course
in referenct work during their llrst
term In college. The aim of this course
is to make them familiar with the
library and to train them in system
atic and intelligent use of hooks.
Our library is catalogued up-to
date by author, title and .subject. De
fore the end of the first six weeks of
school, through the use of the cata
logue, practically every girl in school
is able to find any book in the library
that she may wish.
We are subscribing to flfty-Beveu
periodicals. Amour; the most valuable
recent additions to our magazine flies
are the following: Littles Living Age
in 267 volumes, beginning 1844; Edln
burg Review in 210 volumes, begin
ning 1802; and Miles Weekly Register
In 75 volumes, numbers from 1811
1849. Through the use of the index
to periodicals, our magazines prove
a valuable help In our reference col
lection. Our library subscribes to sev
eral daily newspapers, and most of the
county papers. All are sent as com
plements io the girls of each county
by the editors of the papers.
Alfred Tennyson Dickens, oldest son
of Charles Dickens, delivered a very
interesting address last night on "My
Father's Life and Works."
The U. S. Marine Hand will be here
Thursday, October 26th.
If you need a Sewing Machine be
sure to call on us. we have something
that will Interest you.
S. M. & E. 1L Wilkes & Co.
The union of the 2nd and 3rd divi
sions of Laurens Association will meet
with Chestnut Ridge church Saturday
before the 5th Sunday in October. Fol
lowing is the program:
10.00?Devotional services, T. S.
10.30?Querry No. 1?Is the church
losing its power with the people? If
so, why? H. H. Mahon, S. W. Rutlodge,
W. E. Thayer.
11.30?Querry No. 2?Does our pres
ent method of raising money appoal
to the people as it should? R. A. Coop
er, B. P. Mitchell, C. B. Bobo.
12.30.?Dinner, one hour.
1.30?Querry No. i)?What consti
tutes a strong Christian? T. B. Brown
T. S. Langston. II. L. Bnggot.
2.30?The value of a weekly pray
er meeting to a church. How to se
cure and maintain interest in lt. C.
11. Roper. .7. M. Hudgens, A- B. Barks
dale. A. O. Allison.
10.00 Devotional service, W. A.
10.30?Some needs to make our Sun
day School more eflicient. C. B. Bobo
and su. )erlnf enderts present.
11.30- -Missionary Sermon. W. E.
Thayer;or B. P. Mitchell.
12.30-;-Dlnner, one hour.
1.30?What are some of the dangers
hat threaten the cause of Chrlstian
ty in our midst? A. O. Allison and II.
We urg^e all delegates to como. The
union cohhl not meet with a more
hospitable people. May the Lord bo
with us in mighty power to bless.
B. H. Mitchell.
IS THE WOULD GROWING BETTER!
Many things go to prove that It Is.
The way thousands are trying to help
others Is proof. Among them Is Mrs.
W. W. Gould, of Pittsflold, NT. II. Kind
inn good health by taking Kloctrlc Bit
ters, she now advises other sufferers,
everywhere, to take them, "For years
1 suffered with stomach and kidney
trouble," she writes. "Every medicine
I used failed till 1 took Electric Mil
ters. But this great remedy helped
me wonderfully." They'll help any
woman. They're the best tonic and
finest liver ami kidney remedy that's
made. Try them. You'll see. 50c at
Laurens Drug Go., and Palmetto Drug
jnnwTAr, fair ATTRACTIONS.
Promise ot the Bent Fair Hv?r Hold.
Time to Make I'lmn.
The State Fair to be held. In Co
lumbia, from October 30 to Novem
ber 3 gives promise of being the most
successful tn the history of the South
Carolina Agricultural and Mechani
cal Soolety. As ut.u i there will bo
several thousand vlultora here nod all
preparations have been completed for
the annual event.
Mr. J. Arthur Hanks, the president
of the State Fair, has secured special
rates over all railroads leading to
CoUimblu. Resides extra <*uu!pmenL
on., thy regular trains there will be
Special trains operated on the big
days," Wednesday and Thursday,
from Anderson, Qreenvtlle, Charlotte,
Spartanburg, Charleston and Angus-,
ta, and Intermediate points. AIS tall
roads have granted special rates.
The buildings at the Knlr grounds
are being placed in condition to re
ceive the exhibits, which will be l.ioro
?xtellHlve than heretofore.
Lame back is one of the most com
mon firms of muscular rheumatism.
A few applications of Chamberlain's
Liniment will give relief. For sale
by all dealers.
Todd & Simpson sells I wo brands of
tobacco at a dime p?r plug which Is
worth l."> cents per plug. Thev are
PENN'S CHAMPION and SQUARE
Cold Weather Shoes are Now in Order
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hardest wear you ean give a Shoe and guar
anteed to give satisfaction or money back. $2.00
A good soft $1.75 box calf that feels good on
the feet and just the kind to wear well?cap or
"Magnet" a good Kangaroo Calf for Service,
in plain toe or cap toe $1.50
Misses and Children!
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for cold wet weather.
4'OUR FAMILY" a good heavy box calf for
school wear, looks good and wears well.
"MAGNET" a good Kangaroo calf for hard
wear and service.
Men's shoes "Stronger Than The Law," the best
work shoe made for wet weather. Plain or cap
toe. Price $3.00 and $3.50.
"GIANT CALF" the $2.50 work shoe. Plain
or cap toe. "STAR" $2.00. Plain or cap toe.
"Tess & Ted" dress $2.00 and $2.50. "Stronger
Than The Law." Work Shoes $2.50
"Giant" calf $2.00. "Star" calf $1.75. "Cor
"Tess&Tedd" for dress $2.25 and $2.50.
"Giant" calf $1.75. "Star" calf $1.50. "Cor
A FEW REMARKS!
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while we offer you a few Fall Shoe sugges
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hest of Shoes and the best of Shoe Service
for every Member of the Family. There's no
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Every Shoe with the Star or the heel is guar
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