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PIPE, a book and a handy lit
tle Perfection to keep the cold
from creeping under the window
and up through the f' 'r-there's
comfort for you.
It takes the PERFECTION SMOKE
LESS OIL HEATER just five
minutes to make you cozy and
warm. It's light and easy-to carry
-portable comfort for bedroom,
bathroom and den.
The Perfection is inexpensive, too
-a gallon of oil gives ten hours
comfort. Why be chilly when
comfort is so cheap?
Use Aladdin Security Oil or Diamond
White Oil to obtain best results in Oil
Stoves, Lamps and Heaters.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
ashndngton, D. C. Ch r te . V VC
Norfolk. Va. Charleso. .v
Richmond, Va. Charleston, S. C.
Look fortheTriangle Trademark.
Sold in many styles and sizes at
Ell hardware, furniture, general
and department stores. Look
for the Perfection Cozy Cat
Ilighest award Panama-Pacifc Exos1tion
13R -PUR - PER, LI
Some Quick Sellers
We mention here a few of the
many items that were recognized
Iby expert buyers during the past
week and purchased freely
Yard wide Pongee Plaid Silk in/choice col
Perspiration proof Chiffon Taffetas.
S36 inch plain Wash Silk, colors white,
Sgreen, light blue and navy per yd. 25c
SThe range of Silk Finish Poplin running(
>from 15c to 25c per yard. '
Just opened a yard wide Velvet Corduroy
in pure white at 50c.
With a full line of Silk Velvets all stand
W. G. WILSON & Co.
FI NA I, SETIEMENT. Aiy1OotIldltd oalte.at
Take notiee that on tho 20th day of Jaentf~dadP~tlrdt wk'py
D~ecembher, 1 915, we will render~t a final ((1tOlIlt lae 11alICI t tIt -
accounlt of our' acts and dIoingst as~ Ex- lg c ln nat.tmt etl il
entors of the estate of Loretta Girumi- peette t rlco adta
hies, deceasehrd, int the olhl0o of the ul rvno b oee ard
.1 ad'ge or P.robtate of I .aurens County, I.I.Gl l ~e4
at 11 o'coIlek a. mt., tand on thle sameC Vugn
(lay will apply for a final dlischarge xeto.
froli ott tttatii n edulytrnrove or 0, 1 foreve ba rred
Dr. Dougins, of Clinton, Iteturns froift
Profituble TrIp. Has Italsed More
thanllalf the Amount Needed,
Clinton, S. C., Nov. 26th.-Dr. D. M.
Douglas returned yesterday from New
York and iBaltimore, wNhere he secured
$17,700 in1 cash and conditional pledg
0. tor t(hl Presbyterian College of
South Carolina, of which he Is pres
)I. Douglas Is at presnnt undertak
Ing to raise $3.5,000, $5,000 to coi
plete payments on tho new science
hall and library; $5,000 to install a
central heating plant; and $25,000 to
endow the chair of Engllsh Bible. One
party gave $12,500 to endow the chair
of 10nglish Bible, provided a similar
amount was rased by the president,
making $25,000 In all for this PurPose.
Most of the remaining money was giv
en for the heating'plant which I now
being Installed. This leaven the con
ditional amount to be raIsed by the
president iII order to cover all pledges.
Since assuming the presidency of
the college four years ago, Dr. Doug
las has made several trips North and
has secured during this time over
$50,004) in coint ri bnu1to1s from out
.side the State. Ile states that he re
ceived a cordial welcome on the trip
from which he returned yesterday,
and that lie was confronted by two
(questions by those he called up; the
Interest being manifested In Christian
eduetion at 'ome alld what are your
people dolig towards tile sutlort of
the institution. These (geustions he
was able to answer very encouraging
lv, for during the hree years that he
has been at the head of the Institution
the people of Clinton have contribut
ed $25,000 towards its support and
(here has been ai liberal support from
over the State In general. The new
dorilitory and new science hall cost
ing $65,000 have been erected during
the past two years and have been en
tirely paid for.
Dr. Douglas feels very much encour
aged over the outlook and feels sure
that If the Presbyterian denomination
of the State will properily support the
institution, that It will be an easy
matter to secure the necessary funds
'hie student body this year shows a
deo cided increase over that of last
session, practically all of the rooms in
the dormitories being occupied. To
acmOiiimnodat e Ile fast growing attend
a Ie, an addiilonal dormitory is all
imperativ need of 1le institution and
this Dr. Douglas hopes to be able to
provide by next fall.
Ilefore coming here to assuine tle
iresidency of the college, Dr. Douglas
was pastor of one of the larm'est. Prs
bylerianl ciiircies in Baltiiore, .d.,
and si i(c coming here Iv lieih: buen
hi ,!;ly siccessftul iIn his nw.'' liehl of
work, the college havlig ::-.',c r.
markable progress under li leadet -
Ship. 11 . s a nar of iitiring energy
niarked1 *h'.ty and char:'ci, and is
recognized as one of the leadiing eu111
cators In the state.
(OLDS NEED) ATTENTION,
Internal throat and client troubles
piroduco Inflammation, irritation, sor~e
ness5 or swelling and unless checked
at on1ce are likely to lead to serIous
trouble. Caught in t imne Dr,. Hell's
P'ine-Tiar-i loney loosens the phlegim
andc odestroys the germs wichio have
settled in the thlroat 0or nose. It is
soothinig aiid healing. Pinie is ant isep
lie: hioney is sopthI ig:---hoth itIogetherci
possess excelltent mediciniai qnalities
for fightinjg 0(old germs. Inisist on i )r.
13ell's P'ine-T'ai-ltoiney. 25e all (rug
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* .1IIl)EN NE'WS, *
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.\laddieni, Nov. 28. - IThankisgilvinjg
Day 18assed qhuiet ly andl phi~asantlly.
Some0 ii hntlig, bti not inearly so imutchi
as ini fiiioime yearis.
their Th'aiiksgivinig guests. .\t r. (ILW
Pr'oiilt and11( famiiy, M\r. and .\Ilis. Wal
Ier .\lioote an youn01 ig I. W., .\ rs. ('ora
.\laddeni and~ Mr. .1. It. F inley.
Mr. 'T. 8. Lanlgston and .\lis. Lang
stoni, .\lns. Ii. ('.' (unninghiami, .lrs.
lertsoin ate their Thianklsgivinig dline
withI Mris. l'drie P'owe r of 1,aiurens.
WithI thle excelptio lof Dr'l. I anigston
of C'olimibia anid Mr s. Cunninghaml of
L eesvl Ie, all thle 1anigston chlildlrenl
were toget hor In tis (day of t ha nks
givIng and a most enjoyable (lay was
Mr. and Mrs. J1. M., Dean also had a
lieasant. (lay whlen the 1 had111 as t heir
guests for thle day Mr. and .\rs. Plt ts
l lenry and (laughtecr, Tal lulah andl Mr.
.Johin W.. I lenry.
MrI u. Geaorge Brown anid sItr, Miss
TLauraII, spen11t. tlihr Tihanksg ivIiig wv iih
the .\isses Mamie and~ .\inniie .\liiler
of Mlt. Pleasant.
Mrs i. Jlano CulIbertson and~ da ughtIer,
Mrls. I lamiliton werne recenit vi:1itors
of Mr. and Mr is. J1. I. Cuiihert sonl.
.\ilri. WV. P. 'Turnen who Is knlowni
and loved here in her old1 home as5
"MIss C"' Is up from Crnoss 1ill1 on a
and1( oither rlat~ ivYes lher.
.\ a m' i \rs. I'eiv ilinihey wont a
MIC HELIN PtSD~t-,3
I' DF- - 13
.ne Qualty Only
-"-Youi Are Not Getting the Mileage You Expect,
-' Just Try a Michelin
Oitt Trial Will Convince You.
All S -. in Stock, and Prompt Service
W. P. HUDGENS
When the bowels don\ ; .. rce:'-an it fills the
system with impurities which Wre "aro feel bad.
DR. M. A. SIMMONS
Vegetable Liver Medicine
Is a fine old Dowel Purifier
Under its excellent cathartic influence the howel movements become regular
and healthy, the liver is invigorated an (el the tomach strengthened. When
the system has been cleansed of all bilious niatter you feel better. The mind
becomes alert anld ch erfui, the digestion good and the body strong and
vigorous. Iuy only the genuinie. At is put up in a handsome lithographed
tin box, with the picture of Dr. Ni. A. Simmuns on the front pauel.
Ask for the Tin Box. Price 25 Cents.
C. F. SIMMONS MEDiCINE CO., Proprietors, ST. LOUIS, MO.
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Allcn I). liai'lisdil, I ndividuially and
das Adinistraior of the Estate of
The JrrI .1. arksdale, 1Jie( ased, Plain
conipltely changes the entire tipect of tl.
the fulture. ]tit in tlh
licaltilie, ding-ini tho In t
iinit. pClil~ . 1). I Ia lisda Ic, I udivldiual ly and as
inxius.- pereod of -. ii vilto' of ile will of Dr. .
pretaiivT, there is a
pld remedy known .\. Bhrksdale, Deceased, et al, Do
as".\lother's Friendl" fendan t.
that doesi wvoiders. It Pursuant to a Decree of The Court
is for externil use, re.
lieves the pains of in the tl o%-(! stated case, I wilI sell at
mnusclo expansion, Iili oileI' to tile highest bidder, at
' oothes and quiets theIie C. l., S. C., on Salcsday I
* nerves, extends lt~s In. '(ile etIw i \oia h t
tlucneo to the internal
organs and removes toda otliuoth(uigtelga
a great extent the ten-Iwi'fostlialthfloind
delcy to worry and ap- cie lpett i.
prehensIon. It Is a natural treatment, satefo httat0' adstaeI h
for the mother, has nxo drug efrect whatso..Cut3 n( tac'fiemc
ever andi for this reason must excrt a miost 9 ..,utnrh
beneficial influetnco upon those functions di- "'to h 't'ot ~irncnan
rectly connected with miotherhiootl. In a lgfii ude eet l' n 6
very interesting book the subjlect Is freely iA)Ii5~; ce io' i es(x
dIscussed and a copy will he malled free to
all expectant mothers by Bhradfiehi Regulatoredtgonfoitifanaieorac
Co., 400 Lamar 11dg., Atlanta, Ga. Get ag'a'vjtonsi enieadth
bottle of "Mother's Friend" today of anyrihsowytero)hundot
dlrugglst. Use as dIrected and you wiili then linorl bhad0'M.1.Olg
know why mothers for necarly half a century'td ier1Knedo theatb
have used and recotninendted this splenddititi
to mootherhtoodh. Their letters are rnessages lnst'..I.WtsadLtl 'vr
i''iC N ) C'iT 01- ICo.\A.\lON h~~ IeA(1.
A'llen it). o hirk da , In iuly h~' .1i~ad
as Adm tIintaold ofi hith late-o
C. c'). I arole, Idvdl and a vs
ilietatil, lhi~ti~iiPursuani t I Aeries o' eCuT
a 5 ti>I.in I the abov sttd eaeI'ill s',eyeda
I \V i ' ( ilt ' a lit oa u pubtl it ouor t o~ It e hies r tdr vat
molt' 441' lt''cried rp rt, lttb'l b lati- ii b tt tte ''rIto w :
Alwta trat' flmtt situat in thle
tas'tol stilils ad t~a'~ ii t oun1ty nStte foi retido jst n orth
142115iii saIc tenotetolilh't'intl, g'itl' foul hundrited evet iean 861
t~ had t li reol onsam orsoiic10(-175.8to pacrs moi re ori i ash.ex
~1ltseiieii sai'daytO)I ie i gr adar io' said also ean t h ~' ii e e
lelils att le iskof he oiom r1411 hts) of' the thtlterea aouneyo
t' liasei'. fcth inth by- aofst o f ('il .l ingby
0. C 'ill 311'SO, a a1( ler P Keneda son th past by'a
.1.1~ l~ ~Pc latstof .ls. \Va the end1ittlf rie
of hertha beahe oifot i oer w rd, t~ 0n1th Sut by4 it SI land lforel tet
-aarhC n -tB C----- sesa ot sa)r. .in At Iadle, ise
Id~il S.\the I the~'1 liii oflt str.T..Td,
wih i.O('Sout (I''erirain1.atheyens' A. Gr vPEand
('it nit i o f I .:i' -en: , ol f.l.t..'I ty, an on t e wes
diclised, t la ini li ii' a f r ni he 17 n a rIsno
\\'. l'..Cl ninl!:3444 a!, lieftrilants
i ti w i s l t p b i u to l ,v l e < ' .i h
where they wore the guests of r9.
and -,'Mrs. O'Dell. Their niece MIss
Graco Finley accoinlitilledl them.
Rev. J. A. Martin filled his regular
appoiitment. Sunday hli preached at
(he reqtuest of our teacher, Alls
Youing I elucatliollal 11 , 1rA
the school childreln dI- t!w :;ingil .
We regret, owing to the illne: of hei
fatI er., Aliss Yonig lierself was 1I)
abl to be present. Al is,, agso
however. was with the( C hildreni and)
helped outc with her allo.
Ar. anI .\rs. Tom Shaw and chil
drenl and .lMr. 1i111 Terry were t lie
E'unday guests of Ailr. and Alis. T. IS.
Airs. .1. A. Wofford spent. a pleasant
day tt l tanford Station Friday.
The Inany frieids of Dr. (. W. Cunii
ninllghanli w'll he glad to know that lie
is fuilite well 1111d enjoying life to tile
filliest at is )ost at AliddlbLluIry. II
addition to hIs Ilt lies at college, he
has also been cleteed Director of tle
college glee club. 'I'lere is to be a
dedication of a iew chapel Soon at
which they are to use their $7,000 or
gall for the first litlne and (le msiI.lc
is to be wolrthby of the occasioln. We
are exteting inasnltch as the di
Ictor is part. Isangstoni) to lar' ani
echo of tie songs in S. C. 'iid if I do
sure I'll tell It!
Uncle .Johi Finley is not so well.
there's a reason. Any lnan past, 70
year. ol omglt not to work I I hoirs;
in one day alii linle .John did that
'l)ol't fail to sfee the valies we are
showiing om ou v I I it-, ( e:-, alum
liI ware, lina, glass, crockery.
(oll" and lots ot 0ther things that you
would have to pay 15e anil 2-c for .1
S. Al. & ll. it. WILK ES & CO.
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LONU VIEl.: NEWS.
L.ong View, Nov. 2!).---'We are hav
Ing solne very pretty weather now for
A!rs. I. L. Cole silent a week at
Clinton with children but. has re
ttirned now froi a very pleasant \isit
Mirs. W. S. Davis Spent Th'lanksgiv
ing at Waterloo with her sister, .lrs.
.1. .\l. Lowe.
.r. ard \lrs. M.artin spent ''lanks
giving wi l irs. i.. 11. Plinsoni.
Alr. Quince Srnith and his sister
Spent I' ' day witi their grandilnother
Aliss Elliel leeder and hor sister,
Los spent the day with Aliss Dollic
.\ae Cole recntlly.
.\rs. It. K. Iteeder. ..1nd1 chibiren
have gone to Ninety Six.
A\rs. .1. Al. l.owe of Waterloo Is vis
iting h r Ilother tlis week.
AlMr. .lason Cole anld Al r. Arthliir
iteder have gone a rabbit hunting.
lope they will catch eloligh for slip
.\lr. lloyle Coleman and .[ir. Tom
Inie Wells welit. to a parlty at Alr. Will
Wial ker's Thirsday night and report
ed1 a nice0 tIrne.
AlMiss Ianile G. riflin (alught In .l r. Guy
Alri'n's ple Alonday i lie lie was
('GHVIS AINI) ('Oial)8 AltE D)ANGERI.
Few~ or us realize the danger or
Coughs and (Colds. We conisidIer then
conuniion and~ hiarmiiess allmen~lts. 1 low
(everi statilsti('s tell us every3 thIird1 lperI
50on diels of a Iluig allment11. 1DantgerIou
lir'onehlial andi Lunig dlISeases follow 2
negleetlid (cold(. As your bod s)tr' 1 'ug
gles aga ist cold germis, 110 better aidl
enn hile hiad t ha fl ir. KIig's New l)is
(covery3. its miit ha s been tested by
ihld andl young. In use0 ov'er -.5 years'.
(Get a ho)1t iie tod~ay. Avoid thme risk ofl
serious Lunig ailmlents. I liggists.
* .lountviille lioor 1B0ll. *
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FIrlI( Grade: \'iolet Cr'isp.
Seiondi (Grade:i Isowis Ilasor), Fran
Flau e 11SIItys;oni, . aniiie ('oats.
Fiflh Gitrade: I aroldl lFuller ('ather
.\lotes, 1ll'rick (aninon.
Sixilh Gradli: ('aroline .\lotes, .\larie
llryson11, lFrancies .\la tihew s.
Seventhi (rade: liardwell ('annon,
R~u tedge Fu lie r, ('loughi lFarrar, ('aro
1lyn Stullivan, 1 sille Nelson, .\lelvini
IEighlth Gr( iado: Olga Sin1u nons, WIlI
Ilim .\. T'eague, I.0 na Tlimmons1011.
Ninltii(radto: .\lary Long, .1(ohn1 W.
Tenth~ Gr( ade: Vor'a I ryson, Alarto
Teoague, Joseph11ine Th'Iorniton, IPi'rce
\lliler Walter' bynulh..
Al Oak Grole.
Tlher'e will bet all 0yster suippeii at
Oak (rove schoo)(lhouiise on te nighit
(if l)((ieieme ::rd, beginniing at 7 o'clock
to which the pulii is initedo.
W~e haveu ju-iihi the l lenin Sta
t ha t y oi needii. an m it ii prl'icedt iu
)lease you1. I -a
I'nd ge4'.a a