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REPWR OF TRUSTEES
OF WINTHROP COLLEGE
Covers the Work of tie Past Year and
Presents the Needs of fhe Coming
The annual report of the Board of
Trustees of Winthrop College to the
General Assembly of South Carolina
has been. made up. It covers the work
of thie last year and liresents the
needs of the coming vmar.
The total enrolliienit of all depart
mlients, ilcluding the Surmmer School,
the Training School, together with the
regular college classes, is 2,915. Of
the 369 new student: ad inhi eit this
year 21) are from seont.ry schools
and colleges, 22 have been adimitted
u pon exalination and 9 upon teachers
certificates and 48 upon certificate and
examination. Of the tetal numbiii ler of
students enrolled in the college classes
341 or 32 per cent are the daughters of
farmers. There ar three students
pi1rsuiu lpot-raduat'e courses at the
college this year, working for the A.
Of the twelvc 8oo' Co:.linia womenvl
pu s i g pos-JJt - r 111.11t co.(, at
hlighevr instliltions.- of learn1ing outside
of Sothrll ,;di . ix aro \VItl rop
dot tu 1:-y :1! \\'; il ep lj \ [v int,
th\\ leg w ib inl po iton~j to au
e more .-lildh nta and will
thi. to : . i t all the h Iih
s chool ;:I d 111to pr--1arol d o "w le'.
who have lt r(nfom het nIl,1 tui ni- a;. ay
fror !I ik of 1o0 tim.
Th11erIe( a e no (I P .) 5 1)I W inth 1ro,
Winihtfl Cotlleg renders a great
iiollwci in its exit Istionl work to teit
peol'le of the Statt outside of the (Col
lege tlass--rims and (ampus. It
gives crresptndniice COUrses, reading ,1
colrses, consultative servic relailve
to svhool grioinds and Aiie limprove
menit: supplis speakers for addresses
anti lectures: it makes educational sur
vcoye: conduct county study center.
work for cou1ntry telbrs publislies a
wceekly n)ew\: a:111er: issues mnany imi
portant and helpful bulletins: helpts
scho(ls ti sctiur teawhors hut suited
to their work. (this" de1partmlent re
spollded to 11 17 calls for sorvice in
this particuair la-t year comiiina from
colleges, highi schools, grad(ed school~s
and rural llools.) The lio lemon
stration work of the college in car
ried on in I1 colintis of tle State for
tie 1improvement of tle iomies and
Living Conditions of the people. Dur
ing the year 1920 5,1I meetings of the
WomIl(n's and girls' home deionstra
tion (lubs were held with an attend
ance of 99,R11.
Winthrop Colleg('s Mharter granted
in IN]1, .wen no other South Carolina
State ollege was o0nen to women pro
vides for thie practical and higher edi
cation of woieni, literary. scientific
and ro .-io al an Wvinthr-op rol..
tge has bt,1 conductin CoIurs (l e.s
thlrough all of ts' years in actord
aice with this charter.
There h1, bein vry little i th ss
the (tunHc' r. hi a , - .. .
as a u e.O .1 1( de t eri
upon10 tni rin . I". 'hi- sersionu andI
weialit rt a i ittos le vin for- lioli
for the Chiritma. hoa' ys'- h it etld
an ave~m- niht o inet pounds
Ofnllii. Otnly v-ltin etloide ntI phad
tost I ~t w ar e u '! t an redm totie
Two( iound. 1 nd ai fr10 -ation.a Wn
ho p., are prgessin. :Ihcnow or
lifthr iug is ci rma~t'l n, th t I !br ry onh
Dear tmel e t . o intw~w u p~iintl tit that
tehers' ituti::lthse ll 11rvei l nd
whoract . pr-al ly b a'lace f me
ofilmirg ohn flt u-idn n.rean r
te r~tl alr being eser of o theo
Thnoe pulding foraliopns ioat Wn
mtoryllps ofein , th libra nd rye
larm ment Iis 0oing1at forarind the 1a
rtiocafor al he yeatri fo h
The dii lonen tround.i' 'unmi
Tcheo loardorst. l~iles ofW~S inS.Tho
Crole(wsh t'o avagil themselveteof the
arnegsit plno tte atensionce or
teaher e f inlthrop Celonlle n arelit
aritng to puI nthat. l loneto opeal
attion tte f arnoh t hat thuh i
liiTe' onrltmen coleg pth . Pleimmer
Sho ol last1 summ, was(1 .--8t.35 lie
Sathie if no~lt be(' itter1 atil tendane fior
the ntate runur Shof tars axmollnt,
frmIt ic deghninhropt tiCollege Inal
attetio to te fa t th, al thouI h 7the
Thventoryitoe ttrtnsIte olealln lsbit--I
the o Junt Y0 1920, til ,2d5,8io .35. thena
tora iof Soth Vu io Carlin hgoi froe
fttC teha le State TresuyIo t iaout
tions tang taicg fro Ii t o-f ll'g reve-S lh
Its life, together with some enhance
ment In the value of some pf the land
acquired. It should also be remem
bered in connection with Winthrop's
rcequests for appropriations that a
good part of the money requested is to
be returned to the State Treasury for
the revenues of the College.
Emnma Mtoss Menmorial l~bedicaitedI Willi
Evangelline Booti Ii Atfenidniice.
Greenville, Jan. 15.-In the prcs
ence of a large Crowd of people, anl~d
with Natonal Commander Evangelline
flooth in Ittenilance, file Em1n1ma Mloss
lIooth lemorial hospital, the largest
Salvation Army institution ;oluth of
Italtimore and said by the n1ational
commi1ander to be tle m11ost complete
in the nation, today was dediented with
Commander Booth, who was taken
ill ladt night, wa to! n *Ik to speak
at the cerelony ;mt r.nhIers o head
iuarters staff spokie 1r her. Con
gr45ssman-lect J. .1. .adwai mde
a t.tlk ml hubh:01 of the city of Greeni
V~ie. andt it. -:. tGror of tihe oim'!nit
b't aeh hul cargeof Eilding the
'-il 4 i , a bsi speak ii s tlo. .\la yor
1 I 0.1a 4 ies ntedl l- at. Caal
Tioli' law iiiem jim h saltih\rm
that la is! c!M- ina cher .tent. inl
('oenanii : Mor enth i Is. 'hedu! to te
iakt i tlio O ie fe (ver 1 1 half a
hunlidredlolier:- of Ih! arG Y re here
A wIhnSl l I k 11Va I il chIrh
hI t nt " 'Al t was sta1, ted t nnr
Itloths aartient in ospita to Ih t
thIt she is cons'rLvi n her -tren'th in
thenge fa of being 1)01 u t(. to the
Greenville people before4 her dI pariture
How Did It Get There?
A Goadssvoa chor. mode of coPper,
whIch natves heltove was given -y the
lat114 Qiuer Vlietorin to lnt) Ashanti
ehleffifn ind usedI by him as It throne,
has been discovered In thea mid4st of a1
Jungle far from milman habitation to
the Gold Coatst colony of Afrien.
"The Farmer'is Worst Fnemny-Atatls.
The Farmler's RiestFredla-np
''hese are the words of James Ilax
te-. N. J.: "I-ver since I tr I( AT
F- NAP I have alwa ,s kept it in tll
hou s'. Never fails. tIsed about $3.00
worth of RAT-SNAP a year and fig
ure it haves me -300 in chicks, eggs
and feed. RAT-SNAP is convenient
Just break up eake, no mixing with
other good." Thiree sizes, 35v, G5v
and $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by
Laurens Hardware Co., Putnam's Diruil
Store and Kennedy Bros.
150 Men's He
I, LAURENS, S,
GINNINGS SHOW INCREA SE
Prelimiary Report for 1911.0 Shows
Lattrens County Crop Larger Than
County 1920 1919
The State ......1,45,777 1,400,33
Allendale ...... 13,291 19,26
Andersou .. .. ....77,216 79,63
1iamberg ........ 20,457 21,35
Berkeley ..7869 10,02
Cahoun....... 37,650 32,82
Cherokee .. ... .. . 8,7.1 16,257
Chester ... ... ... 34,001 30,622
Chesterfield.32,792 : 1, . .0
Clarendon .. .. .. .6,176 1S794)
Darlington .. .. .. -11,10s
1)Illon........ 37,630 ...0.832
Dorchester.. .........0 [-1.91
Edgefleld .. .. ...5,012 23,501
FairfilelId ... .. ...26,945 21 '6
Florence .. ... ....2,912 11:271
Georgetown .... 1,027
Greenlwood ...1. ..1.6 ..
I lamlptonl ... .. .. 6,60 Iy 2.
I orry .. .. .. . .. 9,078 .9 I1
KershAaw 8.... . 82 29,1 S
2l 7 21.. .. ...
N1 he r .. ,. ..t
O 1c ..:.. .. .. ..
0OrangIeburIg . . . . . . !1. 5 i,72
Pickens .. .. ... I 1 21.;
lichla\nd ..... .........7 26.
Saluda ....... ...... 29,51 2 . NS
S )pt'e........08 1 23,2tp~
Sort5hurg.., .. . 7
Puiher .......... I2 27I6
k'nion ........ ....911 2.5
Wialliamsurh g . . . . 78 7,8
Iiol: 2:1,675 .115
NN'llliallislug . 3 i,3102 2 11, 109
York .. ..5.13,05
\ll others..........2,077 12,24 7
NOTIC()F RE1.' EGS'I1A'I'ro0N.
Slitte of Soil!, ('aroiltist,
(oll ofI li 1iatu remts.
Not ice Is l1I-el)- giveux that 1Books i
of 11tg ist rat toil for tile' registrat ion (,f I
oci 'to es for filIe Al titl I lot I Eleet 1(1 t)
1,o held (,.i .lamitarv 25, 192 1, for- Matyor
of tile' City of liaivtens will be closed'
-it 12 Wo' 10th0001, 0il 1ridlay, the 14th!
(Iy of Janutar1, 3,921.
TIho saitd hook4 arIo open1 at the oO01ce
of thle i uidor-sled Ill L'ao ures, 'Soot It
ca oll a, :11( the p roloction of a .r
Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days
.Ltretind mone~y If PAXZO OINTMENT ffiol
*:.' xingtu, lind. lked mn.1 or Protrad Ing Pi Itj..
y d~ovw.s Itchin~g Piles, and You vani Lct
*A -41"ng after the 11tst noWilcatiou. Pricea Goo.
it Hat,79o then3
tiflcate of registration from the Board
of Registration of the County entitling
the applicant to vote in a ipolling pre
cinct within the incorporated limits
of the City of Laurens shall be a -con
dition pre-requisite to obtain a certifl
cate of registration for the Municipal
Illection and the applicant must be a
male citizen -of this State and of the
United States, twenty-one years of
age, or more; a resident of the State
fo.r two. years, or more; a resident of
the County for one year, or anore; and
a resident of the City for four months,
or more; and the applicant must have
paid all taxq assessed against him,
due and collectible for tjhe fiscal year,
,It. Fj,. BABB,
Supervisor of Registration.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Notice Is hereby given that an clec
tion for Mayor of the City of Laurens
will be held in the City of Iaurens on
We try to find id
us and after finding I
That's what you expi
We work on you
experiments go with
Bring us You:
A N DI
dium Weight 'y
15 Men's Overcoat:
est styles and colors, mar
i made by Hart Schaffn<
IE IN THE HC
the 25th day of January, 1921.
The polls will open at the hour of
8 o'clock in the forenoon and close at
the hour of 4 o'clock in the afternoon.
No person shall be allowed to vote at
said election whQ shall not have reg
istored with the Municipal Supervisor
of Registration as required ,by law.
The polling precincts and managers
of the election at the different opre
cincts are as follows:
For Ward One:
Voting place at City Clork's Ofice.
Managers: John Smith, J. E. Tolli
son, W. D. Franks.
For Ward Two:
Voting place at Switzer's Store.
Managers: J0. 'W. Martin, Jeff D.
Sexton, J. H1. Cunningham.
For Ward Three:
Voting place at Laurens Cotton Mill
Managers: Jim Lewis, Walt 'le!
lams. '1-orace Teague.
For 'Ward Four:
Voting place at Davis-Roper Co.'s
Managers: J. C. Wasson, John W.
It Right Or Not
ie real trouble with cars
:he trouble, fix it or tell
ct, isn't it?
r car as if it were our
r Work and Gi
Rolertson Hotel B14
Laurens, S. C.
Boys' Heavy and M
Suits HALF P1
$4.00 $6.25 to
Vorsted Suits 1.
yf Men's Outing
&r Night Shirts in
Fowler, John Switzer.
For Ward Five:
Voting plaoe at Jones-Taylor Hdw.
Managers: Fred Fuller, R. F. Jones,
Roy B. Owiags.
For Ward Six:
Voting place at Power House.
Managers: Erskine T. Todd, Ernest
W. Machen, T. Mac Roper.
At -the close of the election the Man
agers will ascertain the result and re
turn rame to the City Council of the
City of Laurens as required by law.
ALBMR''IT DIA L,,
STANl1lBY CRENWS, City Clerk.
-oe vbql withou question
X% i 1UNT'S GnIve falls In the
I rentm.ent of ITCH, ECZEMA,
':la u(WORTHTTER or
ctj' AI (th 44r i:thi:j nain diseasem
',A~ a 75 cit box ut outrisk
Laurens Drug Co.
that are brought to
you why we can't
own., No slip.shod
ie us a Trial.
enwnnel S. C.