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READ WUAT NOTED PEOPLE SAY OF
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11. Davidson. who had suffered fifteen hope. but now confess that P .P a
years with~ blood poison and sores. I a real benefit."
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FOR NEW CHICORA
Final Decision Made on Site for Pres
byterlan College In Suburbs of
Greenville, March 18.--The new Chi
cora college will be located on a beau
tiful and desirable tract of land at the
bead of North Main street bought
from Mr. W. H. Irvine of this city.
The executive committee of the
board of trustees of that institution
which was empowered to select the
site and to make other plans for the
new building met Tuesday afternoon
and closed the option for the proper
ty with Mr. W. T. Henderson, of the
real estate firm of Henderson & Hunt,
agents for the trustees in the transac
The land Covered by the option ex
tends from the middle. of the creek
just back of the old homestead of
Elizabeth Garraux and runs in one
solid body back to Rlichland creek, in
this tract are between 150 and 200
acres, surpassing in many respects
the location of hi'urman 'niversity and
covering inuclh more Iand. In addition
to that body of land it will also in
clude a distance from the middle of
the creek, not exceeding 400 feet, up
on the adjacent alope of such lands as
W. Ii. Irvine owns beyond the creek.
Dr. S. 'C. ilyrd, president of Chicora
college, left Greenville today at noon
for Charleston where he has gone to
perfect financial arrangements for
taking over the property at once.
The removal of Chicora college from
the present site on South Main street
to the location at the head of North
Main street will necessarily mean they
enhancement in value of prone .- in
that section of the city anA' jvll Also
result in the extension various mu
nicipal imtprove'llii' in the way of
lighting, sew" recdnnections, street-car
line. pi1'.S/strdets and sidewalks and
tjl'e. 'These improvements besides
the presence of the college will be of
untold benelt to the property owners,
and they will be called upon to donate
land and money to further the project.
They will be aske:d to donate $10,000
in money and land of that value.
A meeting of the full board of trus
tees of Chicora has been called for
March 27, at which time the action of
the executive com mittee in closing the
option will be formally ratified.
Through i)r. S. C. Byrd. whose agents
in the tranact ion were \lessrs. Ticn
derson & Lunt, the executive cummPt it
tee some (lays since obt ainel Mr. Ir
-vine an option upon a po.'tIca of his
land comprising about. 150 to 200 acres.
The land extends from the ituii. ;urp
crty on the west to the (hi'k Sprtin
road on the east. The triec! in quies
Lion lies on the top of the hiil throei.h
which Main street has beet'I tent tively
surveyel and opened. From that point
of view looking south, the en(i'e city
of Greenville can be seen. Leekii.g
north the mountains can be sec in Lii
shape of a horseshoe for a dinstanec of
about 200 iniles. Much of the i ano' Is
level and beautiful in every respeot.
It is susceptable of almosit any im
pr'ovemnent. The water main of the
Paris Mountain Water company runa
through the land for a distance of
abiout a tmile.
Mr. Irvine stated that the Idea of
the trustees of the college in acquir
Ing propet'ty beyond R~ihind creek
w'as to0 bulildi a dlam, fo 'm-' surveysi
anid estimates of which hati heeni mad'el~,
anld it wOa ''ound1 that a hIke of ailimost
any sizo or (depthi could lhe secured.
The creek would fuirnhi:h water enough,
it was statedl, to afford power for
ritnninig machinery foi' various other'i
iiirposesC tiha)t might lie needed in the
college, it. was said that Dr'. Ilyrd
aipprovedl of the plan to build1( e lake
hack oif the new college, and seemed
anxious to acquire the necessar'y pr(op
eirty which would lie cover'ed by same.
Mr. Irvine stated he had had prlos
liective pattes here from KerI itcky
atd elsewhiere wvho had estimated
this pr'opetty as worth several hundred
thtouisand( (0 dIllars, butt I hat lhe consid
er'ed that It was for school purposes
and~ had let thle trustees have it at a
sacr'iflee iti pice butt. requI ired that lie
shtould lie haid In cash.
The trusitees5 ini endeavor'ing to
make Lthis pu rbhase havu e ma de elabor
ate plans11 andl airrangemenits for the
eirection of a lar'ge anid commodiouls
buildintg secondl to none in the state
the puri'pose of which would stalndl at
least a huiindried years.
it is ver'y probable that Miss Hien
rietta Dozier, of Atlanta, wIll- be en
tr'ustedl In miakiing thte plans that the
tirustees have in view. Miss Dozier
came to Greenville with reference to
this matter sometime ago. She dle
signied the Hlurt andl other 8plendid
buIildings in Atlanta and is perhaps
one of the most skillful and gifted
architects in the south.
Best Family Laxatiye
Ileware of constipation. Use Dr.
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Mirs. (5harles hM. Smith, oif Weoat Frank
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Live." Nothing bettor for adults or
aged. (Get theom today 25c. All drug
gists or by mal,
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GIRLS MARCH OUT
AMID ROARING FLAMES
Wessesley Girls Show Wonderful
Presence of Mind When Building is
iDestroyed by Fire.
Wellesley, Mass March 17.-Perfect
disciplinle, coolness and bravery on the
part of the students and faculty mem
bers, prevented loss of life or injury,
when College Hall, the oldest of the
Wellesley College buildings, was burn
The hundred and fifty young women
students, fifty instructors and fifty
maids, were in bed when the fir6 was
discovered. Every one was saved, and
not one of the scores who marched in
an orderly procession through smoke
filled hallways, suffered so much as a
The building was left a blackened
shell. Within its crumbled walls was
wreckage representing a loss of $900.
000. Of this amount $100,000 was the
estimated value of personal property
of the inmates, nearly all of whom es
caped in scanty attire. Insurance will
amount to about $600,000.
Miss 'Ellen Fitz Pendleton, president
of the institution, said another struc
ture would be erected in the near fu
On account o' the tire, the entire Col
lege was ordered closed until April 7,
the end of Easter recess. Nearly 1,000
of the 1,300 young women had left for
their homes to-night
Presiden Pendleton took occasion to
praise the conduct of the si4ldentlis as
"Never before," she said, "has there
boen,.ain a fire, with similar condi
f tlons without loss of life or injury to
SSomeone. The obedience to the fire
drill was a credit to the College. There
were no screams or cries heard and
this in Itself showed perfect and mar
SLUM I IN SH AD BUSCINESS.
Shad Business Experiencing a Slump
on South Carolina. Const. Supply
Georgetown, March 18.--Wednesday,
March 25, the shad season for South
Carolina waters, will come to an end.
And it will mark the closing of the
poorest season in the history of com
mercial fishing for shad in these wat
Chairman Ilarrigan of the state fish
conmision. asked for an estimate of
the catch of the current season and a
comparison with the one preceding,
replied that the catch of this season
would not be over one-third the catch
of 1913-1-1. The chairman couldn't ac
count for the extraordinary slump in
shad; he knew that the fish hadn't been
running, that was the condition, which
possibly the experts at Washington
might in some way explain. ,
The slump in shad has been going on
for several years. The cntch in the
State in 1912-13 amounted to 1.11,000
fish, and at Georgetown 80,000 fish.
Last season the catch at. Georgetown
as 60.000 fish and this season it drops
to 20,000 fish. Nor is there the slightes
)Ossibility for It to pull up to much bet
ter figures In the few days remaining.
Fishermen are hauling off, because
prices have slumped In the northern
markets, owving to the coming In of
North Carolina and Virginia shad. The
fish from Georgetown Invariably com
mandl higher prices in New York than
those from any other section, because
they come Into market earlier and for
some reason they are of especially lIne
flavor. ' 'Georgetown roes" alwvays top
the market. D~uring the season they
have been worth $2 to $2.25 each, wIth
b~ucks runnIng from'75 cents to $1.
Many of the local fishemen, and
dealers who supply fishermen, will lose
moniey on the season's business.
Spring Bilood and .system ('leanser
During the winter months imputritIes
accumulate, your blood becomes Im
pure and thick, your kidneys, liver and
b~owels fall to work, causing so-called
"Spring Fever". You feel tired, weak
and lazy. Electric flitters-the spring
tonIc and systemi cleanser-is what you
need; they stli tilate the kidneys, liv
er andl bowvels ~o healthy actIon, expel
blood Impuriti s and restore your
health, strengt~ and ambition. Electric
flItters makes, ou feel like now. Start
a four weeks treatment-It will put
you in fine shape for your sp~rlng work
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11. E. TBucklen & Co.,
Philadlelphia or St. Louis.
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Attorneys at Law
Lauren., S. C.
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?lind2, Bleeding and Itching Piles. It ab
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acts as a po'ulice, gives instant relict.
WVill'ans' In-linn P'ile Ointment is pre
parea for P'ies andi lithing of the private
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The same with BANKING [OUR MONEY. Build a
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With the passing of the sombre shades for winter wear the
eye is relieved by the appearance of the brighter tints for
A full line of Dress Fabrie just opened. Among the dif
ferent weaves shown, Crepes and Ratines have an eqtjal
chance for poptihirity. These all come inl new colorings. While
many other at raet ive fabries are shown. "
An endless variely in Wash Fabries, C inghains, Galatea
A very ehoioe line in plain and fancy White Goods for
dresses or waisting.
New Table linen and Hosiery.
The Notion stock is replete, embracing the very latest novel
ties for niekwear.
Our Southern Friends are Proud of 4Mexican Mustang Lininient
because it has saved them from so much suffering. It soothes
and relieves pain soon as applied. Is made of oils, without
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