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title: 'The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, June 25, 1913, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7',
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Another shipment of those special
numbers in Ladies' Silk Hosiery in Black
and White at 50 cents.
Also White and Black Silk Lisle at
25 cents per pair.
Special value in White Goods in plain
and fancy weaves, nice light textures for
hot weather wear.
Heavy yard-wide all Linen Skirting
Cash at 25 cents per yard.
Yard-wide Apron Linen from 10 cents
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THE CLEMSON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
Enrollment Over HOO~Vi?lue of Property Over ? 'Hin.iu and ? Third
Over DO Tendier* und Ollleer?
Tt,no.rnn pAiirflA. Agriculture, (sown courses). Chemistry:
-?-^^O1 v/uuibl. Mechanical ami Electrical Engineering;
Civil Engineering; Textile Industry; Architectural Engineering.
CLm,f Pniircoc One-Year Course In Agriculture; Two Year
L V^OUI Course in Textile Industry: Four-Wceks Win
ter Courso in Cotton Grading; Pour-Weeks Winter Course for Farmers.
r\vof. Cost per session of nine months, Including all fees,' heat, light,
v^Uot. water, board, laundry, and two complete qnifo/ms, $133.45.
Tuition, if ablo to pay. $10 00 extra. Total cost per sesstdn for the one
year Agricultural Course, $117.55; Four-Weeks (lourso, all o/'penscs, $10.00
Scholarship and Entrance Examination:
Tho Collego maintains 107 four year Agricultural and Textile Scholar*
ships. Value of Scholarships $100.00 per session and Free Tuition. (Stu
dents who have attended Clemson College, or any other College or Univer
sity, arc not eligible for the Scholarships unless there are no other eligible
Scholarship and Entrance Examinations will bo 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
Clemson College. S. C, for Catalog, Scholarship Blanks, etc. If you
delay, you may bo crowded out.
I CROSS HILL NEWS |
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Cross Hill, June 23.?This corres
pondent is sorry to Bee so much ?-1-11
t< ism concerning the Gettysburg vet
eran fund. All will find that (lea.
Teague's plan is best. Five veterans
hero applied for aid but none receiv
ed anything. If the Ctate paper suc
ceeds in its plan they may eel some
thing yet. Our people are getting
up money to help our live veterans and1
we hope they will be able to go
whether they receive anything .'roni
Gen. Teague or not. The "Daughters"
will give a dime reading at the school
auditorium Tuesday evening to hell)
out this fund.
Crops are growing line this hot
weather, and some farmers are hav
ing quite a tussle with the grass.
Misses AJbcrta Riddle, Ik>1s Seymore
and Susie Green, of Clinton, are vis
iting Miss Hessle Hill. Miss Bessie
gave a lawn party In honor of her
guests last Friday evening. Quite a
large number of young people attend
ed the party.
The ball game between Ninety Six
high school boys'and the school team
here last Thursday was enjoyed by a
The play "Valley Farm" at the au
ditorium Thursday evening was line,
and quite a good crowd greeted the
actors that evening. The "Daughters"
and ali the friends of the veterans
aro thankful to Miss Aiken and the
other members of the play for their
kindness. Quite a nice sum was real
ized for the Soldiers Benefit fund.
Mr. C. F. Rudd, of Saluda. is visit
ing ibis sister here.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kirk, of Flori
da, are with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. A. Wharton.
Miss Kate Austin will give a party
Wednesday evening at " The Oaks",
their pretty suburban home. Quite
a number of young people have been
MUS SAHV KNIGHT UK AY KM) Ii.
Died at her Home in Portland, Oregon,
Friday June 20th and Burled Sun
Mrs. Albeit Hcavener, well known
In this county and in various parts of
the state before her marriage as Miss
Sara Knight, died at her home in
j Portland, Oregon, Friday, the 20th of
1 this mouth, and was burled Sunday
following in that city. Mrs. Hcavener
was the daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. M.
A. Knight, of this county, and <s sur
vived, besides her husband, by bei
father, two brothers. Dr. Goo. C.
i Knight and \V. I'.. Knight, Esq., a sis
ter. Mis. I). R. MahalTey, of Fountain
) Inn, and two half brothers, Messrs.
; C. B. Hobo und W. E. Hobo.
Mrs. Iloavonor was a remarkably
! talented woman having shown in earli
est childhood an unusual adeptness
? in music. She graduated from Lime
i stone College at the early age of flf
! teen and then taught school for sever
al years at 'Clinton and other places
in the county and at Greers. Desiring
to prepare herself better for her
Chosen line of work, she then took a
two year course at Holllns Institute.
Va., specializing in music, alter which
I she taught two years in that institu
tion and another year at the Oreon
; ville Female College. After leaving
! the (!. F C, she extended bei course
i in music by a year's study in New
York followed by two years in London.
From 1001 to 1903 Mis. Hcavener
: taught a music class in Laurens and
' trained the choir of the First Baptist
! church, after which she went to Chi
cago, where; she met and married Dr.
Hcavener. She sang in several of
the large churches in Chicago and
continued her music classes there un
til two years ago, when with her hus
band, she moved to Portland, Oregon.
Mrs. Heavener was born in 1S70.
She leaves no children.
Because of her beautiful voice and
attractive personality she was exten
sively known in various parts of the
state and her numerous friends will
regret to learn of her death in the
prime of life.
TILI.MAN ADVISES PRIMARY.
For Selecting Postmasters at Jones*
>Hie ami Woodruff.
Washington, dune 17.-?Some time
ago Representative Joseph T. Johnson
1 notified Senators Tillman and Smith
that he had decided to endorse Rleh
, ard W. Scott, the incumbent, for re
appointment as postmaster at Jones?
ville. 1'nlon 'County, on account of al
legations which have reached him that
Scott is nob a Democrat. Senator
Tillman has written to Representa
tive Johnson advising that a primary,
tinder the regular Democratic pri
mary rules, be held at Jonesvllle to
decide the post mastership question.
i only patrons of this office to be permit
ted to vote,
J The SonatOr has made the same
1 suggestion to Mr. Johnson as to the
post mastership at Woodruff.
See our line of Refrigerators, We
haVO all sizes and our prices are right.
S. M. K- E. II. WlLKKS & CO.
Shlloh, Juno 16.? Cotton, Corn ami
gardens arc putting on new life.
The chalng-gnng has been doing
sonn? much needed work up here re
cently. All thanks to Mr. Will Teary.
Mr. W. S. Chestino with his family
has moved to the Lauretta Cotton .Mill
ami has opened up a beef market and
green grocery business. His friends
wish hitn much success in his busi
This is an off year for the political
hell to ring, but we wish to speak out
just a little in the In term to see Hon.
It. A. Cooper to hold the reins as Gov
ernor of this common wealth. Surely
"Hob." would be the right man in the
right place as he ia a high tone Chris
thin gentleman. The voters would
make no mistake in supporting him.
Dr. J. S. Wolff and Mr. W. P. Tlioina
son Sr., of Laurens, attendod preach
ing at Shlloh Sunday and after preach
ing were tho uuests of Mr. C. M. Wolff.
Mrs. .lohn McDowell has been right j
sick a few days past.
Mr. Cal Owings and family, <>r Babb
town, spent the day yesterday with!
Mr. A. G. Owings.
Mr. Anderson Abercrombie was a
pleasant visitor last Tuesday night
at your scribes. If the world were
Riled witli such tnen, the" walls of the
court houses and jails would crumble
down and sin would no longer be a
crime. Truly, the millennium would
? MOUNT 0L1VK. ?
ML Olive. June 23.? Our pastor, Rev.
W. 11. Waters, of Spartanburg, tilled
his regular appointment bore Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Washington, of
Pelzer. visited their son. Mr. A. 0.
Washington, Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. G. C. Poland, who has been
traveling for the past few months, is
at home with his parents, Mr and
Mrs. K. It. Uolnnd.
Mr. Willie Moore and family, of the
'Center Point section, spent Sunday
with the family of Dr. .1. (). Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Martin of Ware
Shoals, spont fUe WJCck-chd With
friends and relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Million, of Ita
lian, spent Saturday and Sunday here.
Mr. K K. Moore of Laurens attend
ed services here Sunday.
Mr. Italph Davenport and Messrs.
Claude and .IcrOIUO ItceVCS, of Ware
; Shoals, visited in this community Sun
Miss Kthel Culbertson i* vlsit'.na. at
! A party consisting of t':.-- Messrs.
Floyd and Owens am! Mr. Henry Prai.k,
spent a few days lis'Lir, in tin-, sec
tion last week.
Mr. A. L. Baldwin, of Bock Hill, is
visiting his brother, Mr. lt. B. Bald
Mr. Joel W. Moore, of KUoin. spent
Saturday at Mr. W. W. Cooper's.
Mr. and Mrs. Kniest Burls, of the
Union section, visited at *r. G. W.
Miss lloneycutt, of Ware Shoals, is
visiting :.t Mr. B. M. Whit ml re's.
Mr. .1. 1). Bagwell and sister, Mis;
Annie, atte nded services lo re Sunday.
tif Interest tu Laurens Headers.
For months Laurens citizens have
seen in these columns enthusiastic
praise of Doan's Kidney Dills by Lau
rens residents. Would these prnmi
ment people recommend a remedy
that had not proven reliable Would
they confirm their statements after
years hart elapsed If personal experi
ence had not shown the remeJy to
be worthy of endorsement? Tho fol
lowing statement should carry con
viction to the mind of every Laurcss
W. H. Franks. GO.". Chestnut St.. Lau
rens, K. C, says: "I am pelased to
confirm the statement J gave some
years ago recommending Doan's Kid
ney Pills. I got this remedy at the
Palmetto Drug Co.. and it permanent
ly cured me of kidney trouble."
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Remember the name?Doas's?and
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