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title: 'The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, June 04, 1913, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7',
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A SCHEDULE "BUG"
ABROAD I IN ABBEVILLE
SUM Another Suggestion on How to
Gel to Columbia from Abbeville ami
Abbeville, May 30.- For some time
the T. P. A. s of Greenville,, Ander
son and other points hove been agi
tating the question of a schedule from
from those points to Columbia where
by passengers could go to Clumbla
and return the same day. The origi
nal idea was to use the G., S. & A.
to Greenwood, Seaboard to Clinton
and C N. & L. to Columbia. To do
this it wuld be necessary for the
Seaboard to put on a new train to
/Chester. *(or Clinton from Abbeville
and It is not believed they will do
this. But a new scheme has develop
ed in connection with this route in
the past few days, and one that looks
feasible. It Is to get the C, N. & L.
operate a train from Abbeville to
Columbia, over the Seaboard tracks
to Clinton using Its own rails from
that point to Columbia. The C, N.
& L., has been operating a through
train from Columbia to Greenville for
some time but it is understood that in
the near future this train will be dis
continued from Laurens to Greenville
as the C. & W. C. will use its own
rolling stock between those points.
Under this new arrangement it is be
lieved the C, N. & L. can he persuad
ed to operate this train to Abbeville
instead of running it to Laurens. If
such a train was put on there Is no
doubt but that It would secure a con
siderable business In collection with
the G. S. & A. from Greenville, An
derson and all points to Greenwood.
The schedule would be to leave Ab
beville at 0 a. m., arriving Columbia
10 and 11, leave Columbia 5 or G p.
m. arrive Abbeville between 9 and
10. This would give the people of
the up-country an opportunity to
spend more than a half day in the
city of Columbia. There is no doubt
but that such a schedule would get
practically all the business from the
up-country. It is known that some
of the officials of the C. N. & L. favor
the schedule and it is believed the
people of Anderson, Greenville and
other interested towns would take
the matter up with the proper olli
Clals of the Seaboard and Columbia,
Newborry and Laurens railway com
pany that such a schedule would be
put on. If you are Intorostel in the
Question write Mr. .1. F. Livingston,
v. P. ami General Manager, C. X. &
L., Columbia. It is believed it' he
can be persuaded to put on the new
train, using his own rolling stock
from Clinton to Abbeville thus saving
the Seaboard the necessity of putting
on another train, that the plan can
AUGUSTA MOTORIST KILLED.
Four Others Injured in Automobile
Augusta, C.a., May 31. - Harris H.
D'Antignac was killed and four oth
er men were Injured tonight, when
their automobile collided with a wag
on outside the city, turned turtle and
pinned the occupants beneath it. The
H. \V. Spofford, superintendent
Augusta-Aikon railway and electric
Albert A. Davidson, of the same
John A. Swallow, engineering de
partment, Charleston and Western
Carolina railway company.
James Smith, executive depart
ment, Southern railway, Columbia, S.
Mr. Swallow and Mr. Davidson ap
parently are the most seriously in:
jured, and at a late hour the former
had not recovered consciousness.
The accident occurred while the party
was returning from the annual bar
becue of the Cotton Kxchange at the
Carmlchael Fishing club.
A TRIED AMI PROVED OCA RAX
Man Bought a Bottle of Dodson's Lif
er Tone, Then Took It Back and
Asked for His Money and Got It.
A man recently tried out the guar
antee which the Laurens Drug Co,
gives with every bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone. He bought a bottle and
then went back to the drUg store and
said the medicine hadn/t helped him.
This druggist just r/ached into his
cash register and tooR out a half dol
lar, the pricey of th/ bottle of Liver
Tone, and handed ? back to the gen
tleman, But In* do/n't take die money
He owned lift/that he was just
trying the guarantee and, as a matte)
of fact he had found Dodson's Liver
Tone the host remedy for constipation
and biliousness he had ever tried
"Why." he said, "my wife wouldn't be
without a bottle in the house for any
thing. It's the best thing in the world
for the whole family, and the medi
cine that I prefer to take or to give
to my children for r\ lazy liver"
The Laurens Drug Co. sells Dod
son's Liver Tone and guarantees It to
start the liver without violence. It
Is taking the place of calomel every
where, if you buy a bottle and don't
find this pleasant-tasting vegetable
liquid the best thing to start a lazy
liver, he will hand your money back
with a smile. .
Hillside, May 81.?-Buck again at
the old job of penciling tile news of
Hillside for Tlu< Advertiser. With
a great big smile on, and a word o'f
ktndnes for all, the writer drops
back Into harness again.
Thanks, dear Dials, for thy kind
Inquiry relativ.? to whether Hillside is
in Greenville or Laurens county. The
writer's hove is over the boundary,
in Greenville county. Bart of Hill
side is In Ltiurens county. Dials, your
criticism is a mild and pleasant one.
We are both Quakers,?neither wishes
to offend the other. That's u good bo
ginning. Let's keep it up. We arc de
sirous of knowing thy name, also.
Suppose you pencil it in the last para
graph of your news to The Advertiser
of the Issue of June 12. Your news
will be watched with interest.
All of Hllside's sick ones are im
proving, slowly but Burely.
Messrs. H. B. Woods, P. L. Weath
ers and ('. L. Chapman were in Foun
tain Inn, looking after business, Sat
Mr. and Mrs. James Vaughan, who
formerly resided in Warthen. have
moved into this community. We wel
come their coming and wish for them
great success In their new home.
The writer was In Fountain Inn,
Wednesday, and witnessed the ball
game between Fountain Inn and Cen
tral high school of Greenville. The
Fountain Inn boys took the game by
a score of 15 to 2. Taylor, of Foun
tain Inn Is one of the best pitchers
we ever saw on the diamond. Those
boys can't beat Hillside that had.
Arthur Williams, of Babbown, was
a visitor in this section Tuesday.
Jerome ('. Hiott, accompanied by
his daughters Misses Leila and Niva,
went to Fountain Inn. Saturday.
Farmers are getting along very well
with their crops at present. A good
grain crop is being harvested In this
locality. Cotton is looking fine.
There's a good stand. But oh. my!
how the grass is growing. Hoys, its
Ul) to you. Follow the plow. Do your
best to help pilot South Carolina to n
place of pence and plenty.
* LAN FORD NEWS.
Lanford, June 2,?Miss Robin Pat
terson is visiting in Greenville this
Miss Ruth Martin is the gUOSl of
Mrs. J. P. Patterson.
Mr, and Mrs. H. P, Lanford were
in Lanford last week visiting Mr.
Mr. Henry Parson, Joe Patterson,
John Rogers and H. P. Lanford last
week looking after the interest of the
new county. The majority of the vot
ers here are not In favor of it.
Mr. and Mrs. B. P. B?rner spent Sun
day at Mr. L. M. Cannon's.
Mr. Gray Moore has returned to the
1'. S. Army. Boston Massachusetts.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cannon spent
Sunday with Mrs. L. M. Cannon.
Mrs. Alice Nelson and Miss Othclla
Johnson spent Sunday at W. H. Ilar
Capt. .1. W. Lanford was in Spartan
burg Friday on business.
Miss Luclle Camp Is visiting her
aunt Mrs. J. W. Lenford.
Mrs. Will Wright has returned from
the hospital where she hud an oper
ation, her condition is very much im
Mrs. Mary Parson is quite sick at
Miss Lillie Willis has returned to
her home In Gray Court.
Quite a number of young people
attended the closing exercises of the
Mr. W. M. Higgings has accepted a
position With the Geer Drug Company.
Mr. George Harland is at home
from Union for the summer, his aunt
Mrs. Whltlock accompanied him,
M?sl Children Have Worms.
Many mothers think their children I
are suffering from indigestion, head*
ache, nervousness, weakness, costive*
ness, when they are victims of that
most common of all children's ail
ments- worms. Peevish, Ill-tempered,
fretful children, who toss and grind
their teeth, with bad breath and col
icky pains, have all, tbb symptoms of
having worms, andynhould bo given
Kickapoo Worm Killer, a pbasant
Candy lozenge, which expels worms,
regtialteS the bowels, tones up the sys
tem, and makes children well and
happy. Kickapoo Worm Killer is guar
anteed. All druggists, or by mail,
Price 25c, Kickapoo Indian Medicine
Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis.
IF YOU HAVE
A House to Move See
A. C. BR?MLETT
Laurens, S. C.
For Weakness and Loss of Appetite
The Old Standard KeiU>rnl Strengthening tonic,
OROVB'8TASTKI.ftaB?filll Tonic, drives <>i.i
Mnlnrin mid build* u^Oir system. A true tonU
and sure Appeti/cr. I-orndullaandchildrcn. iuc
The new remedy for Indigestion call- word for U try it yourself on nn abso
od "Digostit" has boon found a certain 1 ui** guarantee, got a package and If
Quick roltef and pormanenl remedy you doipt gol rellof you can got your
Tor Btomuch disorders. Letters fromIntonojrbaek for tho asking. Brown's
thousands who had Buffered tho tor- iii^ostii is a little tablet onsy to swal*
turos of Indigestion and got roAoLnow and absolutely harmless, It digoats
from tho use of Digestif aro ovid?(pVo all the food, prevouta fermentation,
of its merit. Tho enormous Increase stops gas formation, provonts stomach
In demand from every part of tho distress alter ?atlng, aids assimilation,
country is proof of its popularity. But and relievos Indigostlon Instantly,
you do not have to take anybody's; i^urena Drug Co.. Laurens, S. C.
THE CLEMSON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
Enrollment Over BOO?Value of Properly Over a milllait ami n Third?
over UO Teacher* and ?Ulcers
T^OfTVPP ?TVfclll*fif>* 'Mfrloulturo, (?Oven courses). Chemistry;
o vimiim. Mechanical and Electrical Engineering;
Civil Engineering; Textllo Industry; Architectural Engineering,
m...|,4 ] ??c< w? <bie-Year Course in Agriculture; Two Year
OI1U1 L vlllll . I ts. Courso |? 'ivxtllo Industry; Four-Weeks Win
ter Course in Cotton Grading; Four We-l<s Winter Courso for Fanners.
/ , (Ost pei session of nine months, including all fees, heat, light,
* water, board, laundry, and two complete uniforms, $l!tft.'l?.
Tuition, if nblo to pay. $10 (Ml extra. Total cost per session for the one
year Agricultural Course, $117.55; Four Weeks Course, all expenses, $10.00
Scholarship and Entrance Examination:
Tho College maintains 107 four-year Agricnllujrat and Textile Scholar
ships. Value of Scholarships $100.00 per Sessionand Free Tuition. (Stu
dents who have attendod Cletnson College, or any other College or Univer
sity, are not eligible for the Scholarships unless there are no otfcor eligiblo
Scholarship and Entrance Examinations will be held by the County
Superintendent of Education on JULY 11th, at 9 a. m.
Next Session Opens September 10th, 1913.
Write atonce toW.M. RIGGS, President
Clcmson College, S, C , Tor Catalog, Scholarship lilunbs, nr. II you
delay. v<>u may be crowded out.
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