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HOME COMING AT
A Thousand Students Expeetedl to At
tend Uathering of Former (lemson
Clemson College, July 20.-Approx
Imately one thousand former students
and graduates of Clemson College
havo already replied to their invi
tations. signifying their intention of
being present for "Home (;omaing
'Week" the big reunion occasion which
will tlike place at Cleo3on Coilege
from noon of August 27th, to 'noon of
August 31st. It is planned to make
this one of the greatest affairs of the
kind ever held by any Southern col
lege. The acceptances already re
ceived make it certain that the ca
pakity of Clemson's large barracks
will be taxed to accommod.ate those
President W. M. Riggs is doing ev
erything possible to have invitations
reach every one of t.- six thousand
men who have attended Clemson.
Many invitations, however, have been
returned incilaimned alnd it is desired
that any former Clemson men who
have not yet received invitations write
to the president. It is the college's
purpose to make "IIonme Coming
Week" a nemorable event in the lives
of all wly \ittend and it is desired
that all old 'Cleisonites receive no
Lice of the occasion.
The attendar 3e will have to be lim
ited to tormer students only, because
of limited facilities. It will he impos
sible to take care or even the wives
of those who are "coming back". The
accommodations will be sullcient ror
only the alimni and ex-stiudents them
selves, so large will the number of
A most enjoyable program is be
ing arranged for the five days of
"Homo Coming Week." The details of
this will be announced later. Fspec
tally attractive features will be pre
pared for Friday, Saturday an&-.1i
day, the 28th, 29th and 30th, respect
Tho fG!lowing list contains thc
names of all former 'Clemson men
from Laurens county:
J. J. Adkims, .J. L. Adair, .1. F. An
derson, W. R. Anderson, J. T. Arm
strung, C. .J. Ashemnore.
C. M. Babb, J. S,. Babb, 13. F. Hallew,
Bi. E. Barksdale. '11. L,. Blakely, C. El.
Nioaznan, C. A. Boggs, W. C. -Bolt, 'I).
L. Bioulware, R.. E. Bramlette, R. II.
W. C. Caine, W. P. Caine, G". H1.
)Charles, W. I. 'Clairk, L. L. (opeland,
.1. 1. Copeland, .1. G. F. Copeland, .1. M.
Copeland. 1). 11. Counts, T. .1. Crane,
I.. Cinninghan. W. S. Curry.
.1. G. aven port, .J. It. Dav'i, .1. F.
'Dorrol. .1. W. I1u 'ree, It. 11. Du l'ree,
JI. N )ullree.
4'. P. erguson, If. M. Franks, IL. (.
Fuller, 11. ii. F1uller, W. P". Fuller.
W. I,. llinni ond, M. If. EI'arris, 1.
flarrell, T. M. liatton, .\. W. Ilellam s,
ij. 1). IlClnderson, .1. it. lilenderson, .1.
(. Ilolland, W. L. lolnes, A. I ludgens.
M. It. lunter, .1. .1. liunter, J. I.
WV. C'. Irby, 11. G. Irby.
J1. CX. Jerry. A. Ii. .Jerry, J. C'. JIerry,
J. C. ohnson,J 8. P'. .iohnson.
L. C'. Langston, C. C. Little.
.13. N. Martin, JIr., F. G1. McCrary, ..
Ja. Miller, V. L. Milamn, C. F. Mitchell,
A. L. Moore, J. HI. Moorman.
IR. C. Nabors, WV. L,. Nance, R. WV.
C. H. Owings, C. L. Owings.
J. P'. Parks, J. HI. Parks, TP. WV.
'Parks, A. II. Parson. E. A. Pitts, T. .1.
Peake, C. L. Peden, J1. TI. P'oole, Jr. K.
T'. F. Ray, G. C'. Richey, J. N. Itich
T. M. Shawv, A. C. Shell, G. F. Shell,
J1. T. Simumons, J1. A. Simmons, J1. K.
Simpson, WV. RI. Simmons, J. WV. Sim
mnons, A. F. Simpson, \V. T. Smith, N.
A. ,Stodldard, A. J1. Sullivan. J1. WV. M.
E-ullivan, S. Swygert.
J. A. Teague, L. S. Teague, E. F.
Teague, 13 .R. Todld, I1. M. Turner, Tr.
GI. Traynham, .J. T1. Tunenr.
R1. 13. Vance, Y. HI. Vance. '
TP. R. WXebb. GI. Webb, (G. 5. Wham.
R. S. Wier, M. A. Wilson, N. Wilson,
D. 11. Wilson, C. IL. Wilson, C. L~. White
J1. L. Wright.
R. .L. Young. J1. L. Young, 'P. 11.
Yeargin, C'. WX. Yeargin.
J1'. T. Crawford, J1. R. 'Crawford, K.
W. Crisp, 'R. V. Garrett, WV. R. Gray,
0. IH. Graham, J. (1. Haris, It. A.
C. W. McSwvain, XV. C. Pitts, W. A.
,Hjarris, R. C. Harris, .T. L,. Kennedy,
Putnam. T. Ii. Reeves, II. TI. Riser. T.
(4. fRobertson, C. E. Stokes. 1). 13. Swvy
gert, XV. R. White, II. E. Wolff, .1. N.
Wright, 11. F. Yeargin.
The lest Medicine In the World.
"My little girl had dysentery very
lad. I thought she would dlie. Chain
jorlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhmoea
eomedy euredl her, aind I can truth
Illy say that I think it is the best
~iedcicne in the world," writes Mrs.
lfliamn Orvis, Clare, Mielh. For sale
Ho11w About This?
Somehow or other, the people we
on't. like Iseldomn die.-Manchester
* ('ENTEI PO I NT NEW. *
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Center i'oint, Jt1y 21.-The farmers
of this section will soon lnish their
work for this season.
AMrs. Gilmore Watson and little son,
Rt. Or. Spent the week-en(d with Mrs.
Watson's parents, M\l-. and Mrs. M. 1.
Miss Ma dge Bryant of Fountain inn
spilt last week with Miss Maude
Several of this section attended ser
vices at Mt. Pleasant Sunday.
Mrs. Carl Bryant. has been spending
a while with hoiefolks recently.
Miss Blanche Cumningham, who has
been onl a visit to her aits. Mrs. W.
1. Miller, returned to her home inl
Clinton last week.
M isses .linnie and Mantle Miller
spent, Sattirday night at the home of
Mr. M .I,. C. Moore.
Mr. and .\Mrs. Mlatt. Mcl'herson spent
last week with Mrs. .1ePerson's par
enits, .\lr. anld Mrs. .1. L. Striblinig.
iE XE('ltETI 0OF S1!(T(ENS.
Geniie merit Refquired to W1,in the
'eolle's Con ildemn'e.
Ilave yoi ever stopped to reason
why it Is that so many produicts that
tire extensively advertised, all at onee
drop ottt of sight and are soon for
gotten The reason is pla i n---the ar
tiele did not. folil tle promise of the
manifactiurer. This applies more pat
ticitarly to at medicine. A tmed teital
preparation that has real cI I rative
value almost sells itse!f, as like an
en(dless chaina system the remedy is
recoiielded by those who have beeln
benefited, to those who are itt ieed
A promineit Iruggist says "Take
for example Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, a pireparation I have sold for
many years and never le'itate to
recommend. for in almost ,very case
it shows excellent results, as many of
my customers testify,.ANo other kid
ney remedy that I know of ias so
large a sale."
A c' r'ding to sworn statements and
verLT -d testimony of thousands who
have used the preparation, the success
of Dr. meN-r's Swamp-Root is die
to the fact that It fulfils almost ev
ery wish In overcoming kiditey, liver
and bladder diseases, corrects uri
nary troubles and neutralizes the
uric acid which causes rhettmitism.
You nay receive a sample bottle of
Siwamp-Root by Parcels Post. Address
Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton. N. Y., "
and enclose ten cents: also mention
the Laurens weekly Advertiser.
LOSES LIFE IN SURF.
Miss Maile Brown of Mac on, Ga.,
Dronited While inl 1athing on Sul1.
Charleston, .1tuly I7.--.\ Iss Mamie
Trown of lacott, Ga., was drowned
in the siri at Stilivait's Islaind this
imorilig aboutt I1 o'clock. aid het'
fritnd, Miss Lena R1ankin, also oh' la
('ont. was all but drowited when res- C
etteI by Illiry Itaworth of Autguista,
who, after draginig .\ iss itankini to
the shore. rettrned to tle water al
tmost exhausted atd after a (lesperate
nitd herole stiuggle steceeded il res
eiing the holy of Miss (i rown. No one
was int te vicitity of thte drowninig
ait the itme, whticht was ineair stationh
No. 22, and1( the peii of thIe young
womet(n wats not dliscovere'(d un itil teir
seeramts for' hltpI at tiracted thte atten
tion of .\i'. Itawortht. lie rutshted in
the surf withtoutt discardintg htis cloth-U
inag and r1iescuedI the girls oite at a
lTe girils wereC carr'mied to the shore
attd int response to thte alarmt of (1is
tress an exjiert life saver, Caitt. C'oste,
arr'ivedI and at otnce began the woirk
of, resutscitatiit. --fter' sev'eral htoitisU
Miss liankin wvas restotred. Ilopes for
her trecove'ry aire enteirtainted. All ef- C
fort s to r'esuiscitate' M\iss lhrowtn pr'oved
M\iss lBrown was 2.5 yeairs of age.
She and1( herc fr'iend, Miss llntkitn,
catme ho th It slantd severalI days ago
for a* sojoutrn of two weeks. l'Tey I
wet'e stay intg at a b~arid Iing house itnar
statin No. 22.
Since their arrIval thte yottng wo
men wci'e accustomtedl to takittg a dip
in thte sur f every mtornittg, aind this
mtorinig t hey wercte (disporiti ng int lieC
watetr withIout. compiations.
Thle btod~y of Mist; Briown was set
to Macotn tonight.
I ieat.t failutre is ntow helievei to
have beeni thte imimediate caiuse of
Sealed bids will be received at thec
Sutper'visor's o cc at Lauriens. S. C.,
uttttil 12 o'clock M, of Wedntesday the f
5ith (lay of Auigust 1914 fot' the ei'ec
tioit of a brtidlge ove ci abun cr eek at
Me Daiils Mill ~in Launst c'tSouitty.
111d1 to be acc mpantied bty cer ti- j
fled chteck o'k 0.00 as gutataittee
that bidder wvi) if s4uccessful, (lose
wvrittent contract andl make satisfac
tory bottd withini tein (lays. [The right
is reservedl to reject any or all bids
File bids with J1. D. Mock clerk, plaits
on file priotr to letting. Laurents. S. C.
Jutly 14, 1914. 11. 11. IIITMBI~IT.
5,1-3t. Suipervisor. I
It was a trained nitrse who offered
to mInIster to a fevered patient with
the kIndly words: "Wouldn't you be
more comfortable if I shoub'1 cuah
and brome your hair?"
AT 21& WEST LAURENS ST.
J. C. BURN, & COMPANY'S
Is Cleaning Out all Summr Goods. "Hurry, Hurry."
Get in the game while the good things, are going at
BIG JULY SA LE
Closing Out Prices. Come to Red Iron Racket and see
for yourself. Buy your goods here and save money,
and you will wear the smile that wont come off.
J. C. BURNS & COMPANY
Price -Cutters Big July Sale Making Room
210 West Laurens Street I
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NINE DAYS 99c..SALE
Our Great Carnival Sale has proved a great success, and we find we have lots of odds 1
and ends in various departments. We have made the prices so attractive on
these, as well as on other stock, that we hope to make the last Nine Days
of the sale as good as the first nine days were. Below areU
Special Prices for a Special Nine-Day 99 cent Sale. f
Look, see what you can get for 99 Cents. I
Ment's $2.00) Striaw II at s, Ninte 11 yards1 leed Seal G ingharIn,1 ( l h es.wih.$.,Il
I )ay Sale, each. .. .. .. . ..$ .99 wot hi 12 1-2c, Ninle Da)y Sale .99 Ni t ne I Sale.,.wor ...h.$9.35,
'1( I 40 yds (' of La , ari $2.6) i Shits, worth $1.50, Nii t Da v
to $3.00, Nine Ii a le .. .99 Sale ............... ..... ... .72-inich pure'( Table Linen ( very
Ladicies' $1.50 white' 4n a .jg i.. lndershlirIs, worith $1 .5, hea'ivy) woth $1 .5() ya;rd,
S~ilpper's, Nine( Dayt~ Sale* . . .99 Nine I ),ay Sal('........ .....99 Nine IDay Sale.--..-.... .... .99
.Ladlies' $ .00 to) $3.00 I Iats. 8 pair' I)ratwer's, wvoirth $1.50, \leni's $1.5) Shirts. N'tie D~ay
Ninie D ay Sale. ~eh..... ..0.9 N'inet DaTy Saile........ .... .99 Satle, 4'nehl. ... .... ....... .99
17 yarids I' vro t (C he~viots1. wort 3 I loy 's. 'nion Snits, Nin Day n 44 a~ ' S III'. h'k
$1.70, Nine Day Sae,.......99 Sale .... .... .... .... ..'...99 s perst i n- o t
Day Sale, each .... .... ... .99 D ay Satle .... ....I... .. .99.-.... .. ......99
7 yards C1ottoni Cre'pe, worth Ladties-' 4'oored l'arasolss, $1 .50 N\ine .\le's\( Cllars. Nine Day
$1 .70, Nine D ay Sale,.......99 to $2.00 Ninte Da)y Sale . .. . 99 Mal Si .... .. .... ... ......99
.Ladl1ie's'$*1.50 ( ownus (necw style~s ) 11 yard'cs Antdrlosengg!in Blech-lI N in t pai 15 . Sox (extria v ahI te)
Nine Day Sale., each .... .....99 inig, Nine Dayt~ Sale'... .....99 Nine. Day Malt'.... ........99
Final Clearance Sale of Summer Clothing II
M4~h 's $15.00 Suits, Nine Day M ln' $ 1.0(0 l'anits ..... ....$2.99 1.adie4s' $5..0() lIaini Coats, Nine
Al ('It' $1 2.5 S its . i14 I lay (7 99141 l~ltl Sizes I(4 .- -f a ae --- . .. .. ..39
Men 41's $10.00 Suits, Nine IDay Fntwrh$.0t 50 N'EnDese, wrt 60
Hale .......... .... ......$6.99 Nine D a y Satle..... .... ..$1 99 .Ninle ay Sal ~ . . ...$3.99
We are just now having real summer weather while you can buy summer goods atV
a great sacrifice during this Nine-Day 99 Cent Sale! Hundreds of Special things not0
mentioned in this paper, included in this Nine-Day 99 Cent Sale. Come See.
DEPARTMENT STORE A l, '4AURENS, S. C. 3
"' aset ilv 6e first Satttr lay iniA~t~ a ge.W t mo them'i ini Cen~~
Wi fO a o nu t 11. Dubli ed August 21st, as previous!y -r. C. Clay is now visiting r1~
. .~.j ofOra onAugst 1 nbused.j. (Continued on Pagoei