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South Carolina's Oldest College
129th year begins September 26th
Entrance examinations at all the
county-seats on Friday, July 11th, at
9 a. m.
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Phone: Office No. 86; Residence 219.
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Laurens, S. C.
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Laurens, S. C.
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TO NEW COUNTY
(Continued from Tage Two.)
that the county has only one good
road In it, the National highway, and
that its roads and bridges are of the
cheapest order, and that they are
now trying to sell bonds to keep
things going. 1 am told over in Geor
gia, where they have many small
counties, that they are about "bust
ed" with taxes about doubled. I was
cited to one county that could not
pay its jurors, and that the sheriff
was serving for $10 per month.
The most serious thing with me is
the severing of our connection with
Spartanburg city, which, as already
said, pays a large share of county
taxes, and is a largo, growing city,
which in tiins Is to be a wealthy
place, capable of keeping up the roads
and bridges of the county. 1 can
see what the future status may be
by going out to Atlanta, Ga., where
I see magnificent roads leading out
in the country in every direction?in
faet, the whole country for 15 or 20
miles, Is supposed to be her suburbs.
Agnes Scott Female college, as good
as Converse college, nine miles away,
is supposed to be a part of Atlanta,
and so, too, with Oglcthorpc univer
sity, 12 miles away, to both of which
places good roads and trolley lines
are or will be extended. All this re
minds me to say what 1 said at the
beginning, that the new county would
start dreadfully poor and would like
ly continue poor. I have already
shown you that its taxable value
would be not over $:i.000,000; that
an assessment of 7 mills, as in Spar
tanburg at present, would raise onlv
the pitiful sum of $21,000, which
would not be a drop in the bucket to
wards county expenses; that the rate
Of fixation would be enormous (I will
now say double or quadruple what
we now pay); and that this excessive
taxation would tend to drive away
labor and capitol. Drawing a line
eight miles from Spartanburg is not
going to build up the new county
or to attract trade to the town of
Woodruff, which, I suppose, is Intend
ed to be the county seat, but trade
will still tend towards Spartanburg,
building it up at the expense of tue
new county. Who would go io a
miserable one-horse town like Wood
ruff with the great city of Spartan
burg with its magnificent wholesale
and retail stores in reaching dis
tance. Why the very town of Wood
ruff itself would do its trading in
Spartanburg as it now does, all of
which would detract from the new
Why should Cross Anchor want a
new county when thoy have in view
a trolley line to Spartanburg, which
is sure in time to be built, and the
prospect that when the C. C. & O.
road is extended, which also is sure
to be done at an early day, will go
through the township, by reason of
which they will be in hourlv com
munication with Spartanburg, the sec
ond Atlanta? They ought to stop and
consider and see which side of their
bread is buttered.
Why, any one from the Greenville
line by Riedvillo, Duncan, Moore.
Hishops and Glenn Springs should
vote for the new county is beyond my
comprehension. They would simply
be cutting their own throats. How
will Walnut drove, Glenn Springs,
Hebron and all the eastern part of
the new county ever get to the county
seat over all the creeks and rivers
and branches across the country with
poor roads, and it may be no bridges.
It seems to me they will have to go to
Spartanburg, Roebuck or Moore and
take the trains of the C. W. & C.
railroad to their county seat.
This is a vital matter. Let every
one of us therefore be certain to reg
ister and vote against It, and snow
It under so deep that we will never
hear of it again.
I remnin Yours truly,
T. J. MOORE.
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It is the experience of calomel us
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drug lo have the desired effect, it se
riously Interferes with their work the
day after. Hut this Is the' least Im
portant item, for cnlomof is often a
dangerous drug and aofs on the sys
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Remember, if yon feel constipated
and bilious, what you need is Dod
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Laurens Drug Co.
Dials, June !?.?Mrs. Ambrose Hold-j
er and children have returned from
a visit with Mrs. Holder's sister, Mrs.
Roberts of Blackberg.
Mr. Roy Gray of Gray Court, spent
several days last week with Mrs. J.
S. Brooks and family.
Misses Kate Curry and Marie Curry
have returned from Lander college,
where they were students the past
Miss Ellen Willis of Gray Court,
spent several days with Miss Cecil
Mr. L?ngsten of Lauren8 was the
guest of his daughter, Mrs. J, 1). Cur
Mrs. Smith Boyd and iittle daugh
ter of Greenwood, are spending a
while with Mrs. H. Y. Simmons and
Mr. C P. Brooks and Mr. and Mrs.
B. A. Sullivan of Laurens, spent the
week-end with Mrs. Isabellc Brooks.
Misses Eliza, Anna and Ruth Swit
zer spent Saturday and Sunday with
relatives in the Friendship communi
Mr. D. D. Brownlee bad as his guest
Thursday Mr. Wellie Abercrombie of
Mr. and Mrs. .John Godfrey visited
relatives in Fork Shoals last week.
Miss Ruth Curry had as her guest
Saturday night and Sunday Miss Nell
Mr. .lames Koberson of Honea Path,
paid a Hying visit to home folks last
The members of the Young People's
Missionary society spent several
hours in social enjoyment at the
church Saturday afternoon. Owing 10
the absence of the secretary no busi
ness meeting was held, it will how
ever, be held Sunday afternoon, af
ter Sunday school. lie cream and
cake were served during the after,
noon in the grove. Those present
were Misses Cecil Owings, Ostell Wil
lis, Grace Owings, Sallie Brownlee,
Rutli Curry, Marie Simmons, Nell and
Clara McCall. Willie May, and Irene
Godfrey and Jewell Curry: Messrs .1.
M. Owings and W. L, Brooks.
Rev. 'l'. W. Munnerlyn filled his ap
pointment here Sunday morning. He
preached a very instructive sermon
to a large and attentive- congregation.
Mr. Jim Baldin of Texas, visited his
uncle. Mr. I). 1). Harris and family
There's to be a township Sunday
school convention at Dials church Sat
urday, June the 29th. Representatives
from all the churches in the township
are supposed to be present regardless
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Eden, June 8.? Mr. and Mrs. I.. R,
Brooks spent Thursday night witli
Mr. W. E. Gray and family.
Carl Reeves has returned home af
ter a successful year's work teaching
at Waynesboro, Va.
Mr. C. V. Hipp and Horace? Gray
spent the latter end of the week in
Grady Babh and sister, Miss Jeno
vee Bahh spent Saturday night with
Mrs. Betsy Babh of the Greet) Pond
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sullivan of Lau
rens, visited Mrs. L. R. Brooks last
Miss Sue Gray has returned home
after a pleasant visit witli Mrs. J. A.
Armtrong of Laurens.
Miss Sadie Gray spent Thursday
night with Miss Bruce Gray of Gray
Card of Thanks.
To those that were so untiring in
their efforts and devotion during the
illness and bereavement of my hus
band I wisli to thank. Words fail me
to express my appreciation, May God
Mrs. A. L. Nash.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to thank the people who
were so kind to us during the long
illness and death of our beloved
aunt, Miss Temperance Manley. May
God bless them.
H. C. Godfrey.
M. C. Godfrey.
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not an experiment. That is why we
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For Weakness and Loss of Appetite
The Old Standard general stretiKthctiinir tonic,
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Ivanford, dune 0.?C'apt. J. W. Lan
ford has a new threshing outfit and is
doing some good work. The grain
crop is very good in this section but
the fruit crop almost a failure. Veg
etables and fried chicken are plenti
There will be an Ice cream supper
'i the grove at J, \v. Lanford'sl
Thursday night, June 12. The pub-j
lie is invited. If it is raining Thurs
day night will have it Friday night.
The continued rain has put a stop
to farm work for a while.
The college students are Coming
home from the different colleges: Mr.
Jlmmie Willis and Mr, Frank Drunt
mond have arrived from Furman. Mr.
Baxter Doshiolds and Mr. Charlton
Patterson from Wofford. Misses Min
nie and Mat tie Cooper from Hat
Springs. N. C. The town has already
put on new life, so many young peo
Mrs. Lena Moore is spending the
week in Laurons this week.
Mr. Vance Johnson spent Sunday
with his parents here.
Mrs. Martha Hurbert has returned
home from an extended visit at Ow
Mi-. E. C. Allen of S<partanburg,
was in town Monday representing the
Union Central Ufo Insurance com
Mr. W. P. Patterson is in Spartan
burg for Wofford commencement.
Mrs. Alice Mills and Miss Hell Pat
terson spent the week end at Pacolet
with Mr. and Mrs. Cossett.
Mr. Tay Drummond is very ill.
Mr. T R. Wolff and Mr. Jimmie Pat
terson are on the sick list this week.
Miss Ruth Patterson is at home
from Spartanburg for the summer. |
Mrs. J. R. Franks has returned
from a visit to Spartanburg.
* nte a number of the young people
from here attended the (losing exer
cises of the Hilisville school. They
report a fine play.
* WARRIOR CREEK. ?
Warrior Creek, .June 9.?Mrs. Su
san Anderson of Laurcns is spending
some time with her brother. Mr. .1. Q.
Mr. Clifton Brownlee entertained
at luncheon Sunday. Those enjoying
his hospitality were; Mr. and Mrs. C.
10. Knight and sons of Harksdale, Mrs.
O. F. Fowler and LcRoy Patterson of
Lanford, Mrs. Mary Brownlee, Misses
Kita and ISrilla and Mr. Bascom
Brownlee and Masters Itnymon, Ralph
and Ithiel Burns.
Misses Brllla Brownlee and Caroline
Fowler returned Friday from a week's
visit to Greenville, when- they at
tended commencement exercises at
(1 F. C. and Furman university.
Miss Nora Patterson of Lanford, is
the fliest of her aunt. Miss Ruth Mar
Mrs. M. W. W. Fowler spent last
week with her daughter. Mrs. T. A.
Drummond, of Lanford.
News reached here yesterday that
Mr. T. A. Drummond was seriously ill
at home in Lanford. it is hoped that
he will soon recover.
Mr. Walter Mall and family and
Miss Lottie C Cannon of Cray Court
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ruf us
NO LIQUOR ELECTION.
Hampton Count) Hoard Refuses to
Hamjiton. June ?Lirpior has been
one of the burning juestlons in Hamp
ton county for the past few weeks. A
number of petitions have been circu
lated among the citizens, addressed
to the county board of commissioners,
asking that an election to be ordered
in August of this year to decide the
issue of "dispensary'' or "no dis
pensary." The board refused, hold
ing, that the petition did not contain
Petitions containing the names of
.Mir? men were presented to the board
on Saturday. The legal requirement
was that a petition Signed by one
thlrd of the qualified electors of the
county, addressed to the board of
county Commissioners, asking for .in
election should be filed prior to June
1. A Careful examination of tin
books of registration showed a total
of 1,357 registered voters in the coun
ty. The petitions bore, as stated al
ready. :,:'.:, name;, (a. these, there
were but whose names appeared
on the registration books Tl " neces
sary one|?tMrd moant 152 qualified
electors. The bond refused t > order
He sure to look through our Kitchen
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THE CLEMSON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
Knrollment Over 800~V?luo of l*ro|?ortj Over n niiiiini und h Third
Over no Tcachem nn?l ooi. . i ??
T^tfifrrPO f 'niirSP1 Agriculture, (soven courses). Chemistry;
H vuulst' Mechanical und Electrical Engineering;
Civil Engineering; Toxtilc Industry; Architectural Engineering.
QVirvvf f*"^/iiiitonc? One-Year Course in Agriculture; Two Year
OUOI t vUUl M.N. Coum! in Textile Industry; Konr-Weeks Win
ter Courso In Cotton Grading; Eour-Wceks Winter Course for farmers.
11/\ct? Com per session of nine months, including nil foes, heat, light,
* water, board, laundry, and two complete uniforms, $1S)!1.45,
Tuition, if able to pay. $|0 00 extra. Total cost, per session for llieone
year Agricultural Course, $117. ">.S: Four- Weeks Co urso, all oxpenses, $10.00
Scholarship and Entrance Examination
The College maintains 107 four year Agricultural and Textile Bcholai
ships Value of Scholarships $100.00 per session and Eroo Tuition, Stu>
dents who have attended Clemson Col logo, or any othor College or Univer
sity, are noi eligible for the Scholarships unless there are no other eligiblo
Scholarship and Entrance Examinations will he held by tho County
Superintendent of Education on JULY 1Mb, at 9 a. m.
Next Session Opens September Kith, 1913.
Write atonce toW.M. RIG GS, President
Clemson College, S. C , for Catalog, Scholarship Klanhs, etc
delay, you may be crowded out.
LOW ROUND TRIP RATES
Various Places Offered By
Seaboard Air Line Railway
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South, June 24th. to Aug. 1st, 1913.
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Philathca Union, June 'Jlxt. to 25th., 1913.
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POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
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Attorneys at l.aw
l.atirens, S. C.
Promts and carwful attention given
Office Over Palmetto Bonk.
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Laurens, S. C.