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Faculty of Christan ni mon a n d
womflen of experi ice.
Courses leading to d( gree of A. 1.
awd A. N.
Diplomas in Musio, Art aid Expression. Courses in Domestic
tEnquipment modern and con'venicnt. .82 acro campus. _GOymnasilum,
tllamnha4, basket ball.
Situation ideal for health and comfort.
For Catalogue Addresg,
JAMES P. KINARD, Ph. D., Anderson, S.C.
;~ ~ 4 ' d III *I
JAMEs CANNON, JR. 3. A.., D. D., PlRINCIP.AL.
YA t lackone School adoptlud tho followim
Q'r: orouult inw.(riietion anderpt
2 Ylr.itian Iinfluaences at the lowest possible cost.
Retoday, NUii a fiult of 33, a boaadlag - tro--nag- of
esult. s, a stlludv body or .118, aid a plant worth $13,00,
The Leading Training School for Girls in Virginia.
PA YN all charges for the year, including Table Board,
$ oorn, I hts. stoam Heat. Laundry. Medical Atteii
tiitioin, ly a Ciilture and Tuition i n all sul.jects
- - .-. xlpt inu lisic .1nd 4elu tion.
('ian p SI I' (11r41 a sehool with a 11)(1ter re cord. witi Inere exprierlieI
Iaa1agerment aM sneh tnitrate cst.V? l-'r aloue& anid application blank
atddess (.-O. P. A)-.AM.' Secretary. Bilnckstoe, Va.
Saved Girl's Life
"I want to tell you v:!t wonderful benefit I have re
ceived flon the use of Tlicfoid's Black-Drauglt," wiites
Mrs. Sy vniWood', of Cift, Mills, Ky.
"It cervainly has no equal for .i grippe, bad Colds,
!iver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draught
savelld imy littie girl's life. When she had tile lleasles,
thy wenlt ill oil her, but one good dose of Iledford's
Bick-Dr 1( t 0ade themiu break On, d she has had no
moreti Uub!o. I Shall nCVC bC without
(A in my home." For conilhI:, indigestion, headacle, dizzi
n , ml a h, cH ;il!.; and fevecr, biliuC.;s&Cs, and all similar
-ubnre -, i' drord'a Diack-Ds !:t luds proved itself a safe
reliale1, gCle and valuable remedy.
If yOu uffer from any of these complaints, try Black
Draught. It is a inccL2:ic of kn-owni merit. Seventy-five
years of p1endid success proves its value. Good for
young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents.
Q, G 121,10 - * 0 0001 5S19PG0001
Cut prices are made on th
remaining stock of Ladies' and
Childten's colored sunshades--they '
will be found on the Centre Tables
Smarked in plain figures.- Sheer
colored and solid White Fabrics
must move now.
Special Value in Ladies' White
Among the Hosiery you cane
secure the size, color and weight
Ready for To-morrow ?
Hforses digest their feed less thoroughly than --
other farm anI iaIs. In order to insure torough I!
digestion of all the food eaten, and to make yor St
horses readier for next day's work, add to thir ndhorss regularly
evening feed a teaspoonful of-. o fedav1aomke
e STOCK ""r-a-tto..
it will lesson your feed bills.
It will Increase your nronna 25 t so n1w gcn
lanker and (4overnor Alnmost ('ome It
1111111S WIer Ilusults1 Fliling by lioih,11
(reeiville, July '18.-The senatorial
ieeting here today wai msari'ked by
the first real "rough house" of lie
caipaign. There Was a near fist
fight between Governor Illease and
.1aine-s W. Norwood, of Greenville,
anld for a few ionientsit looked as
if there might be even more serious
Thu trouble grew out of the asking
of a question by %ir. Norwood, "What
abot. Dr. Ale Iintosh ?"
Governor Blleaso answered that
'xIected to I lvite Aa r. alcinto;h to
take a seat on the stage wheu file
pmrt ovs to Collinlihin. and Ithat he(
Wi0ii answer the <qutestion thell. anitd
'P hin liil lils back, as a toward
Iy the lilhne tls hal beein utter'e ,
.r. Norwood broke throigh th line
of polivlectue, who wore guardinlg the
itlralie to th oin losell Stail and
rkid 'd :t tlhe goveinor, highltinig his
wa t r ug '..other~ plolilenn:n1 .1111
at dTil l\ %s. :ato hadl j niii ed i lie
in e Illon two.
Tho inuriatod till was foreced
':!(-k d wnit sOw eIp . light'lig a hi:11,
do0.0n (r Inloro stanlwart 1111en who
<u11Ved H:ill backwval. and st riking..
back a; Iiiese show ': d btow< % oil
No ono was h:iil v hirl. h ]pl miany
of thos i t tinix gil it s(t a .y
Ilt In the fa . and brea ..
\'l hon anldidialh.. \\ore I hroglhli., \r.
.\orwood camne back to the stainl and
- :Iokf- 1o thll audirence, aintI was
Ihe rl-d spiritdly f N o I is s athing
alttcks; llin)n thlt governor4 .
"I wt' I Dr. tI '(imh i:ays i tuI' .
tho slo-aker 1in-g n, "th i 11il1m i.
wht.io all knlow himi lo b)(-- o. dirty,
if i .\lr. .\ rwo d .x
' ti ll ?- t'
h. h o - I it hki :w1-r 1- I r , 1
:" :: t::'hTT r i ni I ;r1 11 v I l I vn . t
bl i \ \ do:
IT et ' hI III, saidI, tI e bIt o r
sIII I i Il SI ho cotI l v.Itc InI. ;!'
4-'. 1 h in n111 :: b.111 1: b W
a 0'I IT i <.0 1 . I iWit ill um 1 ; a
t *i' til t tIC l':iu j's-in aus of A tuti.r
so o t li he Iodnr .
.Nl or--a'li~t1 ~ nd htk a :l. b Iti I ln
I h i lni !ia for giNne,
Ile S teI Ii Iii Aiai tit i i' f
Sn heoli~tt dsina'n from " ii-imesoi
It I pet It11)11 JiiaI I -i t( I a I li o
i'xpliii.il 0t. 01)1nn bore te u to
tuin:'rofutin twlv.J io'. e tattiled
thuoeasw, ti tosey ofn woe as fon r
lion to nt. h me fi'in at issuceo betwon3
hen oiernod an to 'snator ienitwo
efaort tot to mthe itedn Santes
Iron the firuste andoteo sate d
ing n aokn atomadjult lifbelleego,"
aob highwaw withi th signyoarw daynt
ing to Wahnonai this thipadu
flnto theredeus, and manhies
w~as shown 'tstniae theddn and er
p:ungin Corsnever anemanmeth i
didh' oathas ther senaedrwi hu
then adst d. frotngttredsa Lwev er
Oni t thtoohowever. woero the ps
locks wSt Cnaronan vte ate
The governor was shown standing
In front of this. a puzzled expreslion
on his face, and saying, "This wel
come ain't ileant (or me11."
Just before the time for the speak
ing to begin this morning between 150
and 200 Blease men, cheering and
sweltering. marched into the park,
bearing in front of themt a huge ban
Ier with the ilscriptioll, "liease, the
Working Alan's Friend." These cheer
ed their champion lustily, until Sena
tor Smith was introduced and then
pestered him with questions and "fun
ny" remarks throughout his speech,
at times heckling so that little he said
could be heard.
This sale grolp Was boIsterolus in
their approval of the governor wihen
lie was speaking. One charged about
so hitriously ihat a polleeman at
teinpted to take him Iin hand. ''lhe
goverior resented this and said, '"Take
him aIII I'll take you." .
GoveriPor BIlease then said that he
was tlied ol havilng Ills 11In tini
Iat'ed at these! lown Imeelilgs. I I o
thwn thre-ateneti to gol to thle country
lor. his imeetings. if' this was kep)t Ill),
andle the otheri threeo canldidates
ill i t tomwn1s.
Tiso <Inestionl at issue todanybtwn
G;overnor Hiense- and \Mr.-.\'or woo.1;
wltas at1 the Ahheville collilly 1tn'etilg
last Tu'lesday. T114. gmernlor tit.1lized!
lost of hils tiie ill explailling the
parole. of' It. A. Itichoy, wh.]o was coil..
r icttl of, assmillinilg his 1:1--y ar-h
:iloleid d[hughte r. AfterI spiending a
while inl lilt state p ltit (.n11tiary, Ih
convict detvelopedl what was sulpposed
to li paralylht. Whenl applientioll
nasi; m:: or a1 pardon, tiovernor(
Bh'asl. appolinteI it e ia c n ns
,;;()n, co(Ml osedl of the !:It(. Dr. .\. 11.
Knowltont all IDr. I at ns II. *1-' lin
loshi, to mnake an1 Ixam'ation, It
was toi 1ii4' basis of their ref-polt. lin(]
other s .t.at thel parole was Issue i.
Sine la. Tuesday DI. .\leimh
has issuoi ai sigueiil slat(mnt , in
which IIh- Says he hvii bo d -1 tlla
linli' the e amuinlation wa1n d :1,u
Iichy wa:s 6'i:ingiI; pa ys. lid
iit 1h4 :-o i d in his rep to ilhe
-A rle;nedy for wollitell \%-71 - u
1 n r l 14 %i I .,tI 's . i'' ':
sh-k sof th o toll ich, pa i fill i-rre .
ularities, lilnwitlllness1 , b-ld breath pl oori
all 't . :- that fine o l r
:111 4re ired for woni4.in ol ly, II ill 4
lally adtatd to ;( s 1ott 1 0n tI' ate
ia ksif AoIl ('(it 1 i Itoy.:s e ufr
Si)'.c r ha weaki-- ClttaSa l, tto wot 114
;1o ;low ) di(o r l'o ' I.' Stoll v (hehe .I'lld
TViI ilT l- T44T .\ I\. i ll
'I ill)) e (11 li~ il'b l kllgaon O Sler Defed
lt-ri ofin a bun t. lI) ('ari rd PlotemI lun
t-to.ty omfn te Alaohdapwk'nede
i d 11 hor, w ! who ill 1o . , .ji
Illt this I ill to addrest thA . -i-I
I). t .. will fulill adIlr'ing his visit a
lon'. SheIs ohad desl irt to l etu a nie
toritl tS Anto nio, Texas. g onI the 3'wl
gravd 's thle' Taious anym n-CoMl
dkfnw o thte Attgl'o, w~enithl yis hey
taki It exnls, ths ow of thing
mf abs ef .\eae hisory.d otUI
Dir' .n h at ainiation) iof drughIt is.
Ianusl tha. I his' yothr them troe
o nie reeod tof tdangentrpo aml
thel (wih utother formtestr of teUie
Thes:\aensaDionso selos bo
soh' i:'meu Tofne offy ts a et
tire d guariainten tati tahe the s
Doered'i .lImee isor an plamost
-tan vegable red thto Nare
sho dRinmoth eTokgaw Shagunate
Ah ambitoprw that somek ca be
loosent ike a way by tolpmngratn
g~etoy oft atheramophado awaee
fram mterialleio Nrsio
You can sleep late and still
breakfast on time with a
No fire to build-strike a
match and you have full heat
in a minute.
The New Perfection cooks
better than a coal range at
less cost, with- less work.
Burns kerosene-clean and
Made in 1, 2, 3 and 4 burner
sizes, also a new stove with a
fireless cooking oven.
At all hardware and depart
ment stores. Ask to see a
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Washington, D. C. (New Jersey) Clarlotte, N. C.
Norfolk, Va. BALTIMORE Charlestown.W.Va.
tichmnond, Va. Charlestoa, S. C.
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