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K?r*tl|Ment Over 800~Value or Property Over alfimiau and a Third
Over OO Teachers and Ofllcera
IV?<r?'Of> r^Alirfao* ARriciiUl,r". (seven courses). Chemistry;
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?ftint*t rVmraoa* On?-Yoar Course in Agriculture; Two Year
Olllfl h VUUI ?^?. Course |n TextUe [npUfJtry. Kour-Weeks Win
tj'f Course in Cotton Orading; Four-Weeks Wintor Course for Farmers.
?^J\tit* ^ost Por 8ession of nino months, including all foes, boat, light,
V*J8L? walcri board, laundry, and two comploto uniforms, $133.45.
Tuition, if ablo to pay, tl?.OO extra. Total cost per session for tho dne
yuur Agricultural Course, $117..r>5; Four-WeeksCpurso, all expenses, $10.00
Scholarship and Entrance Examination:
The College maintains 1117 four-year Agricultural and Textile Scholar
ships. Value of Scholarships $100.00 per sossion and Free Tuition. (Stu
dents who have attended Clemson Collogo, or any other College or Univer
sity, are not eligible for the Scholarships unless there are no other eligible
Koholarship and Entrance Examinations will be hold by the County
ftapasin ton dent of Education on JULY 11th, at 9 a. m.
Next Session Opens September 10th, 1913.
Write at once toW. M. JUGGS, President
Olcmson Collogo, 9. C, for Catalog, Scholarship Blanks, etc. If you
delay, you may be crowded out. *
STILL HANGS FIRE
Gor. Blease Write? a Letter to the
Secretary of War which hau not yet
been Replied to.
Columbia, July 2.?Acting upon
the suggestion of Secretary of War
Garrison that tho governor of South
Carolina address a "proper n?>" to
the war department to bring about a
settlement of military affair*. Gover
nor Dleaso lato today, upon receiving
a letter from. \Jen. Jones and Cel.
Oogawell telling of their conference
in IffMdjiington, addressed the follow
lugaHE-r to .Secretary of War Garrl
"The Hon. lx M. Garrison, the Sec
rotary of War, Washington, D, C.?
Sir: On June 28, certain military* of
flccr8 of South Carolina, including the
brigadier general and tho three colo
nels commanding respectively the
throe regiments of the National Guard
of South Carolina, met and forwarded
to me a communication, copy of whloh
is attached to this letter, annd marked
"I thereupon wrote a letter .to each
of the members frtfm South Carolina
in the national house of representa
tives, copy of which letter Is here
with attached and marked 'Exhibit
"I also wrote a letter to Gen. Wille
Jones and Col. Julius iE. Cogswell,
copy of which is attached to this let
ter and marked 'Exhibit C
"Today I am> in receipt of the fol
lowing Jotter from Gen. Jones and
Letter to Gov. Blease.
, " 'Washington, D. C, June 30, 1913.
" 'Governor Cole L. Blease, 'Colum
bla, S. C.?Dear Governor: We bog
leave to report to you that wo had a
conference with our congressional del
egation and wit'" them called upon
the secretary of war, and we are much
pleased to enclose you herewith the
agreement by the secretary of war, He
says ho cannot act unless ho has an
qfflclal communication from you as
commander-in-chief, as the ordering
of the encampment is entirely in your
hands and he cannot recognize the re
quest of any one else.
" 'We were most kindly treated by
our delegation, as well as by tho sec
rotary of war and Gen. Mills. ' They
seemed only too anxious to do all we
asked them to do and In fact, they
did more than we asked them, to do.
We are very much pleased with the
result and congratulate you upon the
manner in which the matter has turn
" 'The secretary of war simply ex
pocts you to make an official request
to carry out What he has agreed to do,
as he could not recognize request from
delegation or from us.
"'We will return home in a day or,
" 'Again congratulating you upon
the result of today's work wo are your
"'Julius E. Cogswell.'
"I presume, therefore, from their
letter, and from your communication
to the representatives from this state,
that you are willing to do the follow
ing as stated by you In said communi
" 'The militia of South Carolina will
have its transportation paid to the ex
tent that Federal aid is used for that
purpose to the various encampments
this summer. They will*have subsis
tence while there, paid under similar
conditions. The companies' which
passed the last inspection will have
their pay paid under similar condi
tions. The pay for the deficient conu
panles will be retained. The deficient
companies will be given another op
portunity to measure up to tho test, at
an inspection to be held at least three
months from this date. If at that time
they pass the inspection they will
then receive their retained pay.'
"This 1b all I have been asking, and
It is entirely satisfactory to me. Very
(Signed) "Cole L. Blease,
It is believed here that Governor
Blease'a letter to Secretary of War
Garrison Is the last word in an inci
dent whloh has been of national Inter
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Watts Mil). July 8.?On last Tuesday
evening July 1st, at 3 o'clock, Miss
Janie Templeton and Mr. Liuhui Pat
ton, both of Wtatts Mills were happi
ly united In marriage at the home of
the bride's parents, Rev. J. A. Marler
officiating. May a long and happy
journey be theirs In life.
'Rev. B. A. Lowe of SiMirtnnburg
will lecture on "The Church of Christ"
at Lucas Avenue Baptist ohurch next
Wednesday night. (Everyibody, is in
vited a?u It is hoped *hat a large
crowd will be present to hear him
Rev. and Mrs. G. C. Hedgepeth re
turned Thursday from the Fork Shoals
section of Greenville county, whero
they had been at the bedside of Mr.
Davenport, Mrs. Hedgepeth's father.
-Mr. Davenport died Sunday evening.
He had been sick for several months
and the end was not unexpected. The
deepest sympathy of tho people here
go to Rev. and Mrs. Hedgepeth in this,
the time of their deep sorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Godfrey and llt
" tie daughter, Nellie, visited at tho
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bishop
near. Wham's LaWn during the latter
part of last week.
The Fourth passed off quietly at
Watts Mills. Tho Watts ball team
came out victor at all the games play
Rev. W. H. Lowls preached at the
church Sunday morning and also bap
tized several candidates who recently
joined. At tho night service Rev. G.
C. Hedgepeth preached and also bav
tlzed four new converts.
Mr. and Mrs. John Martin and fam
ily visited at Enoree Sunday.
Mr. R. H. Donaldson and grandson,
?Charlie Thompson visited at Enoree
(Mr. M. C. Godfrey and Mr. Wra.
Kennody visited at Clinton last Satur
It Is presumed that quite a crowd
went from Laurens and vicinity to
hear Gov. Cole L. Blease speak at
Woodruff last Friday.
Your correspondent in traveling
through the Gray Court and Dlal.3 sec
tion of Laurens county finds some of
tho cotton crops looking fine while
others did not look so well. Most all
of tho corn crops seemed to be in a
Mr. Robert Donnftn and family of
Greonvlllo were down to spend the
Fourth With relatives and friends.
Lit'le Helen, the daughter cf Mr.
and Mrs. Ruf us Carter, who has been
quite 111, wo are glad to report Is much
improved at this writing.
This correspondent was In a mile
or so of Hillside during the Fourth
and was aiming to pay a vlolt to that
community but on account cf heavy
rains did not do so. But anyhow, some
day soos ho hopes to pass through
Everybody at the mill, after a sweet
rest of three days, and fooling very
much refreshed, are back at their
work again this morning (Monday).
NEW DIMNG CARS OX SEABOARD.
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ped with the very best.
Atlanta, Ga., July 7.?Tho Seaboard
Air Line Railway has received 3lx of
tJhelr new steel dining cars, and same
are n service on through trains.
They are tho latest production of
Pullman art, purchased by the Sea
board at approximately $30,000 for
each car. They are full steel con
struction both wlthlni. and without
except for some necessary inside or
namental woodwork. Tho Interior
finish Is a bright mahogany. The
lights are furnished from squares Inj
the ceiling and a iboautlfully soft ef
The cars weight 80 tons and arej
72 feet long. They have electric gen
erators whloh create light an dheat
and operate the fans. Tho floor Is
tiled. Tho tables and chairs are of
heavy upholstery with cushioned legs
whloh prevent netee as they are moved
about. This absence of unnecessary fix
tures gives the dining room the ef
fect of a largo living room with plen
ty of space and a suggestion of com
fort and home life.
There are ro/DrlgJefcatlng closlets
for cigars, for cooling drinks and for
moats and vegetables. The kitchen
has the capacity of that of a good
sized hotel with charcoal broiler,
ovens, etc. The Ice. water and other
accessories are put Into the far from
the outside. There are slides in tho
window screens so as to lot In light
and air as one chooses'by mere pres
sure of the thumb and without rising
and struggling with tight frames or
waiting for the porter.?rAdv.
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For constipation, headache, Indlgos
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I S. C
State of South Carolina,
Whereas, petitions have heretofore
been filed with me uud bigncd by
more than one-third of tho qualified
electors of those portions of Spartan
burg and Lauren8 Counties proposed
to be cut off to form the" now county,
and em?oaced in the following lines,
Beginning at a point where Fair
Forest Creek intersects the Union and
Spartanburg county line; thence the
run of said Creek tho line in a north
westerly direction to a point whore
a public road croasos Fair Forest
Crook at Foster's Mill; thence the
road to Glenn Springs the line to the
incorporate limits of the town of
Glenn Springs; thence the said in
corporate limits in a southeasterly
direction to its Intersection with the
Glenn Springs railroad; thence said
railroad the line to Its intersection
with tho public cross roads near Phila
delphia .church; thence the public
road In a southerly direction to the
Burnt Factory road; thence a straight
line in V northerly direction to a point
where a branch crosses the public
road near the "old B. Hammet place"*
thence a straight line in a northerly
direction to tho fork of the roads near
J N. Coffin's house on the Glenn
Springs public road; thence said
Glenn Springs public road the lino to
a point eight miles from the court
housa building of Spartanburg Coun
ty; thence the arc of a circle, with
the same number of miles as Its ra
dius and the said building as its cen
ter, the line in a westerly direction
to its intersection with a road leading
from Lanford's bridge towards Fair
mont Mill; thence the said road to Us
intersection with a road about one
half mile south of Fairmont School;
thence a, straight line to a point on
a public road one-half mile south
west of a bridge at Fairmont Mills;
thence due north a straight line to
Middle Tyger River; thence up Mid
dle Tyger River to its Intersection with
the National Highway near Tyger
River Mills; thence said. National
Highway in a westerly direction to
its Intersection with a road near the
house of H. I. Cannon and J. A. Had
den; thence a straight line (s-57
% w) to a brfdge over South Tyger
River; thence up South Tyger River
to Maple Creek the line, with its va
rious course-, and distances, to a
branch of sa'.d Creek which heads at
or near Victor Mills; thence said
branch to its intersection with a road
west of Maple Swamp School House;
thence said road to Its intersection
with a road at the Spartanburg-Green-1
vllle county line; the., o the said
county lino In a southerly direction
to Enoreo River; thence the said En
oroe River, with its various courses
and distances to the Greenville-Ivau
rons County lino; thence the said
Greenvllle-Laurens county line to a
stake X. 3. N. 13200 feet east of the
C. &W. C. Railroad; thence a line
parallel to the C. & W. C. Railroad in
a southerly direction for a distance
of 1% miles; thence a straight line (S
20VL? W) to a point one-half mile from
the C. & W. C. Railroad; thence a line
parallel to tho said C. & W. C. Rail
road In a southerly direction to its In
tersection with the incorporate limits
of the town of Gray Court; thence
the said incorporate limits tho line in
a southeasterly direction to a point
one-half mile from the C. & W. C.
i railroad; thenco a line parallel to the
C. & W. C. Railroad in a southerly
direction to a point eight miles from
the court hous? building of Laurens
County, thenco the arc of a circle,
with said number of miles as Its ra
dius and with said building as its cen
ter, the line in a southeasterly direc
tion to Its intersection with the town
ship line between* Scuflletown and
Jacks townships, in laurens County;
thence the said township line the line
to its intersection with the Laurens
and Union county line; thenco the
said county line the line to a point
where tho Spartanburg and Union
county line intersects the same;
thence the said Spartanburg-Unlon
county line to the beginning point.
And whoreas, the boundaries of the
proposed new county, the number of
inhabitants, tho taxable property, as
shown by the last tax returns, and
that the proposed lines do not run
nearer tban eight miles to any court
house building now established, are
as set forth in said petition.
And whereas, the report of the Com
mission appointed by me to ascertain
the facts- as provided for in the Act
of 1905, now known as sections 636,
637, 638, and 639 of the Code of Laws
of South Carolina, Volume I, as to
whether tho requirements of the Con
stitution as to area, distance, wealth,
population, et cetra, have been com
plied wltb, has been filed, stating that
the law has been fully complied with,
and the number of square miles In
the proposed new county is four hun
dred and seven square miles, leaving
to the County of Spartanburg more
than five hundred square miles and
to the County of Laurens more than
live hundred square miles.
Now, therefore, I, Cole L. Blease,
as Governor of the State of South
Carolina, by virtue of the power con
ferred upon me by the Constitution
and laws of this State do hereby or
1. That an 'olection be hold in the
territory embraced within the pro
posed new county on tho 29th day of
July A. D. 1913, upon the question of
creating the said new county and that
at such olection tho qualified electors
within the proposed area shall vote
upon said question, those favoring
the proposed new county to vote
''Yes", those opposed to vote "No".
2. That the Commissioners of the
State and County Elections of the
Counties of Spartanburg and Laurens
respectively shall make all necessary
arrangements for holding said elec
tion and shall appoint managers and
do all other things necessary for the
holding of the same.
3. 'That tho County Supervisors of
tho said Counties respectively shall
have prepared printed tickets .as per
the following form, and as provided
for |n section 236 of the Code of Laws,
1912, Volume I, and furnish the same
to the .Commissioners of Election to
be sent by them to the Managers of
Election for the use of the voters, to
(Form of Ballot.)
Special Election upon the question of
the formation of a new county out of \
parts of Spartanburg and Laurens
Counties, held July 29th, 1913.
Shall the N*W County be Formed?
Where shall the County Seat bo lo
What shall ks name be?
4. That at said election the ques- .
tion of a name and a county seat for
said proposed new county shall also
bo submitted to tho said qualified
5. That said election shall be held
under the same rules and regulations
as are provided for by law for regu
lar general elections: that the man
agers shall be appointed as provided
in section 641, Code of Laws, 1912,
Volume I, and be sworn before en
tering upon tho discharge of their
duties, and they shall open the polls
at seven o'clock in the morning and
keep tho same open until four o'clock
in the afternoon, whereupon tho polls
shall be closed, the votes counted, a
written return of tho number of votes
cast for and against the formation of
the proposed new County, also tho
name thereof and the location of the
county seat therein, shall be made,
signed, and certified to by the Mana
gers of Election, and, together with
the ballot box, ballots, and poll list
shall be turned over to the Commls- ,
sioners of Election as required by
law; that the Commissioners of Elec
tion shall then tabulate the votes and
make return thereof as required, by
law to the Governor of the State and
to the Secretary or State, and also
file a copy of the same in the office
of the Clerk of Court of Common
Pleas for each of said counties of
Spartanburg and Laurens.
In testimony whereof I have
hereunto set my hand and
caused the Great Seal of
the State to be affixed, at
Columbia, this 26th day of
(SEAL) May, in the year of our
Lord One Thousand Nine
Hundred and Thirteen, of
the Independence of the
United States of America
the One Hundred and
(Signed) COLE L. BLEASE,
By the Governor: Governor.
R. M. McCOWN,
Secretary of State.
Notice of Election.
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Persuant to the proclamation of
His Excellency, Cole L. Blease, Gov
ernor of South Carolina, and in ac
cordance with the terms and provi
We, the undersigned Commissioners
of County and State elections, for the
County of Laurens, In the State of
South Carolina, do hereby order an
election on July 29th, 1913, for the
purpose of voting on a Now County to
be formed from certain territory to
be taken from the Counties of Lau
rens and Spartanburg, a full and com
plete description of which Is set
forth in said proclamation.
Now, therefore, v e, the said Com
missioners of County and State elec
tions, for the said County and State,
do hereby appoint tho following Man
agers of election at the precincts
herein below named:
J. M. Fleming
'E. H. Moore, .
W. H. Drummond.
J. B. Cook
W. P. Patton
A. G. Edwards. 1
B. B. GoBsett
E. F. Plncher
W. W. Yeargln
J. H. Ball.
W. P. Little .
W. C. Crow
C R. Wallaco . ,
J. R. Dial
C. B. Leonard
C. C. Jones
S. E. Gentry
S. C. Hill
W. M. Meyers
A. E. Cleveland
F. L. Donnon.
That only the qualified electors re
siding within that portion of Dials
Township within the proposed area of
the s M New County shall be allowed
to vote at Gray Court and Power
Shop, and that such electors Bhall vote
at the place at which their Rc-'^-t.
tion Certificates entitles them to?vote
That only tho qualified electors who
reelde within that portion of Scuffle
town Township within tho proposed
area of tho said Now County rtaB
Church!"611 l? VOt? at ^K^'s
And that only the qualified electors
who reside within that portion of
Youngs Township within tho proposed
area of said Now County shall be^en
titled to vote at the place which their
to vo8teatl0n Ccrtlflcate entltlos thorn
The Managers of the election shall
require o any elector offerlr to vote
at this election, and before allowing
him to vote, to comply with the ton
oral election laws of this state *
The polls shall Opon at 'seven
o c ock A. M. and close at fo,?
o'clock P. M. rour
Jno. M. CANNON,
J. C Mc DAN I EL,
L, B. BLEASE,
Commissioners of County and H?at?
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