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S'HOLARfSHIP AN) IENTRANCE
The examination for the award of
vacant Scholarships in Winthrop Col
lege and for admission of now stu
dents will be held at the County Court
House on Friday, Juy 7, at 1)9a. Il. Ap
plicants muist not be less than sixteen
years of age. When Scholarships are
vacant after July I they will be award
ed to those making the highest average
at this examination, prov-ided they meet
the conditions governing the award.
Aj:l)plicants for Scholarships should
write to President Johnson before the
exanlination fot' Scholarship examina
Scholarships are worth $100 and free
tuition. rie next session will open
S'3ptember 20, 1922. For further in
formationl and catalogue, address Pres.
1). R. Johnson, Rock 11111, S. C.
W. S. M. Says:
"My grocer friend
asked for a' two-year
battery guarantee. I
said, 'Will you guar
antee a pound of sugar
to last a week?' 'Gosh,
no,,' he answered, 'that
depends on how much,
and how fast' it's used.'
'Same way with your
battery,' I replied. 'De
pends on how much
and, how many times
you use it.' He got the
Wllard Se'Ilco Man
Come in and let us ex
plain the Willard Service
Policy and the Willard
Threaded Rubber Battery,
which lasts the life of the
Laurens . I
W. Laurens St. 1
Thi tie k m a rn
Thrae Rubber BDattery.
IlONOt ROLL *
Laurens City Schools *
d: Rebecca Adams, Sarah Eliza Swy
ert, Grace Taylor. Distinguished:
larion Blackwell, Mary Boyd. Alma
oleman, Margaret Coleman, Lois Ful
er, Allie Gosnell, Toccoa Gray, Eula
lae al , Jack Miller, Louise Smith,
lerman Taylor, Martin Teague, Ger
Tenth Grade-lighly Distinguished:
iarah Katherine Barksdale. Distin
uished: .1. J. Adams Fred Clifton,
toy Gaston, Ray Goodwin, 'Laura
ludgens, Margaret ilimght, Wyatt
Valdrop, Winnifred Sitgreaves, Ruby
,'empleton, Mary Senn, 'Maude 'Wof
Ninth Gradoeillighly Distinguished:
,lara Boyd, 'Paul Philpot, Rose Rosen
hal. 'Distinguished: -Nelle Cheek, Ja
ile 'Ilolmes Davis, Mlary Goodwin,
Catherine licks, Cornelia Machen,
,ouise lcCord, Sara Senn, Ruby Todd.
Eighth Grade, Section A-l-lighly
Istinguished: Willie Kate Baldiorn,
,a;eal Miley. Distinguished: Law
'enec Kilgo, James Machen, Eloise
diller, 'llorace Nichols.
Eighth Grade, &ection l-Highly
Distinguished: Frank Roper. Distin
;uished:Bryon Goodwin, Orah Lou
[riby, Fay Chaney, Allie Culbertson,
Iertrude Sexton, Elizabeth Thompson.
'Eighth Grade, Section C-lighly
Distinguished: Perrin Wright. Dis
inguished: Miller McCuen, Cothran
Seventh (rgde, Section A-Highly
Distinguished: Sara Cheek, Legare
Blackwell. Distinguished: . Collyar
Barksdale, Thomas Hamilton, Billy
Bolt, 'harriet Bishop, Samuel Flcm
ng, Augusta -McClintock, Eula Dun
,an, Caroline Hudgens.
Seventh Grade, Section B-Highly
1stinguished: Harlowe Mahaffey, Mit
Jo, Sue Martin, Martha Powe'r, Har
-let Todd, 'Clara Sexton. Distinguish
-d: Charles 'Rosenthal Pinkney Sulli
ran, John Taylor, Bruce Thompson,
3am Todd, Henry ,Willianis, Kitty lc
3ravy, Beatrice Rowland, Amaryll-is
3mith, Mary Thompson.
Sixth Grade, Section A-Highly Dis
inguished: 'Mary Ball. Distinguished:
\iary Anderson, Weilliam Bramlett,
William Crews, 'Robert Moore.
Sixth Grade, Section B.-JDistin
fuished: Annie Power, Mary Reid, Ger
rude Templeman, tMargaret, Wasson.
Fifth Grade, Section A-Distin
uis'hed: Jack Babb, Ralph 'Ball, Min
ter Breiwn, James Dunklin, W. C. Ml
er, Russell 'Moore, 'Bertha Barnett,
Virginia Clardy, Arminda Hough,
Fifth Grade, Section B.-Jlighly
Distinguished: Antoinette Moore, Irene
rodd, Jeanette (Hamilton. Distn
uished: Mary Idell Rowland, Mary
Lewis Swink, Nannie Powe, .Minnie
Ill, Martin Miller, Lillian Kitchens.
Fourth Grade, Section A-Distin
zuished: Margaret Cheek, Sarah lOor
oh, Belle Hamilton, Dorothy Nor
Founth ' Grade, Section B--Distin
uished: Mildred 'Wysong, C. TP.
3ciuires, Jr., iLouis Wham.
Third Grade, Section A-Distin
uished: .Jack Balle, Louie Cromer,
FBrt Kennington, R. A. Martin, Emily
Babb, Katherine 1-udgens.
Third Grade, Section, -B.---Distin
uished: Roy MHiller, 'Margaret Mc
ravy, Sarah Riddle, Dorothy Sit
reaves, Louise Taylor.
Secondl Grade, Section A--Ilstini
~uished: 'Charles Crewvs, 'Drummond
nond Anderson, James Davis, Robert
leming, Ambrose H udgens, John
alenn Kitchens, Billy Lancaster, Hiar
~ld Lee, 'Mary Clarence 'Bramlett, Lau
*a 'Blabb, Elizabeth Babbh, Aartha Su
an Briggs, Mildred Crisp, Harriet
3ray, Dorothy Iiumnbett Julia Parker',
/'irginia Blades, John Fr'anks, Jr.
Second1 Grade, Section Bl--Highly
3istinguished: Maudaline Sullivan,
ifary Eliza'beth Squires. Distinguish
,d: Esther Litrey, Bertha Sexton,
Iharles Taylor, Samuel Wilkes, Fred
First Grade--Section A-Highly
3istinguished: Thomas Babb, Maurice
ahnnon, Billie Copeland, Edwin 'Lan
iam. Distinguished: Jess Barton, WVil
lam Bolt, Arthur Cheek, Charles Du
3ose, Gordon Dunlap, William. Hhpp,
leuben Irby, Otis Madden, Lewis Reid,
larle Allen, Sarah Barton, Helen
llakely', Azile Clary, Virginia Cream
r, .Margaret Gray, 'Evelyn Henderson.
First -Grade, .Sec tion B-Highly
)ls'tinguished: Corrie Elmore, IRachel
forwood, Frances 'Putman, Helen
Pempleton, Harold Oglesby. Distin
guished: John Rose Putman, G. L.
Vatson, Jr., Caltherine Moore, Laura
dadden, Frances 'Rowland, Doris
iwain, 'Mary Frances Shell, Catherine
Loulrenms Mill School
First Grade-Distinguished: Olin
on Blsho, John Wesley Lewis, Clyde
4o0ill, Frank Powers, Nellie Da'is,
Secolid -Grade-'Highly Dietsinguish..
4d: Bputlah Davis, Oma 'Davig. ' Dis
Inguished: Loree Beasby, Emireia Can
ion 'ildred HIill, iMauid Lanford,
Ioldte Wfaddeli, 'W~teA ilhop, Ohari
Trhird GrdeJ--411hlY Iiitiguished t
Laurinia Bosdell, Elmer Davis. Dis
tinguished: Bessie Davis, lertha M.\lar
lar, Joe Rose, Lora Scay, Lyda Snod
dy, James Word.
Fourth Grade-Distinguished: Carl
Dishop Troy Bishop, Nellie Dagnell.
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* -.JO'ES NEWS *
* *'* * * * * , * * . . . .
Jones, MIlay 6.---Our brother-in-law,
-NMr. Lem T. 11. )aniel, of Chandler,
attended the quarterly meeting at
Ware Shoals last Saturday. Though
82 years of age his friends will be
pleased to hear that he Is iII good
health. He is the father of Prof. 1).
AW". Daniel, of Ciemson. and other sois
who have achieved enviable reputa
The excessive rains have greatly re
tarded farming operations, and the
farmiers are very despondent.
We are indebted to our good friend,
Prof. W. P. Culbertson, a former teach
er of the Jones high school, for a cor
dial invitation to attend the closing
exercises of his school at Alount -Olive
on the 5th inst, and greatly regretted
that exacting professional duties fore
ed us to forego the r~ileasure of at
LMr. and Mrs. G. L. Graham recent
ly visited the former's 'brother, -1on.
T. A. Graham.
Ilr. and Mrs. Claud Reeves, of An
derson, recently -visited the former's
mother, M\rs. .lattie Reeves, at Ware
Vork has commenced at Ware
Shoals on the various improvements,
and Mr. Riegel is suiperintending it.
Miss Laura Ellis, daughter of the
lamented M. .B. McGee recently passed
away and was laid to rest in the wal
nut Grove cemetery where her parents
and other relatives are burled. 'We
tenderly sympathize with the be
.Born April 2 th, unto Rev. and Mrs.
Humphrey, a daughter.
iWe recently met our warm friend,
Mr. Newton Alexander, of Greenwood.
'He is a veteran of the Civil War, 86
years of age and is remarkably well
We are indebted to our friend, Mr.
Odell McNinch for a recent kind favor.
Rev. and Mr. IHarley and Mirs C. L.
Griaham attended services at Betha
Mrs. 'Walter 'Herring and sons, af
ter a prolonged visit to her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. W. Townes Jones, has
returned 'to her home in Marion.
After a prolonged illness Mr. Ben
jamin Lipford recently ipassed away
and was buried at Turkey Creek cem
etery with .lasonic honors. We sym
vathize with the bereaved family.
.ir. Walter M. Jones has a stand
Our warm friend, Dr. 'Charles Hl.
Burton, of Iva, is taking a post grad
unte course in New York.
The novel feature -of women dele
gates to a political convention last
Monday was very gratifying to me as
I have al-ways been an ardent advocate
of wvomen's rights. They now 'have
the right to aspire to any office in the
gift of tihe people and their p~articipma
tion in elections will have an elevat
ing, refining and puifying influence.
As is well knowvn wonme have alwvays
been actively Iden-tified with ever'y
movement for the prom'otion of all
that is good, puire and noble. Let ev
ei'y woman eni'oll and go to thme pri
mary and vote for' those who will do
all In their powver to pr'event ring i'ule
and the confiscation of our homes by
Our' nephew, Sam Williams, of Lau
i ens, and~ cousin, Douglas Smith, of
Greenville, were at Waie Shoals re-'
Mr'. and Mr's. Walter 'Morr'ison have
mov'ed to Gr'eenwood.
Wb recently met the following
i'triendsa: Jas. Graham, Bo'b 'Hodges, WV.
IH. Emerson, 'Mac Cochr'an and El
dridlge Tinsley, of Hodges; Walter'
Nash, of Eden; 'William Dodson, ot
Donalds; Prof. -Langdon Smith. of
'Lander College; E. C. Connor, Alfred
Snyder, 0. C. .Hlodges, Jas. Mooi'e, Dr.
-Marshall and a host of otL'rs, of
Greenwood; .Hon. J. WV. Bowen, of
Epwor'th; P. B. Kemp, of Kiirksey, and
Hion. S.. H. Shei'ard, of Ninety Six.'
No one in Laurens who suffers back
,achme, hesadaches, or distressing ur'i
nai'y ills can afford to ignoi'e thuis
Laurens man'p -twice-told stor'y. It is
confirmed testimony that no 'Laurensi
resident can doubt..
?R. J. lFranks, 733 Mill S't., gave the
following statement Noveihber 23,
191-1: "The .first symptom of kidney
troublo I noticed wtas -backache. W/then
I stooped .a shairp pain caught me in
the s~malh of my -lack and I could
hardly straighten again. My kidneys
acted too freqiuontly and the secre
tions bur'ned in 'passage. I had dizzy
spells and nearly toppled over somne
times when .walking along the stireet.
There was,a sediment like ibrick dust
In the 'kidney secretions. I read about
Dban's 'Kidney~ Pills and .bought some
at the Powe 'Drug 4do. Doan's com
pletely cur'ed me of the trouble."
On January 23, 1922 Mr. Franks
said: '1Dloan's 'Kidney 'Pills oured me
of a bad spell ith my kidneys and
whenever I -feel any pain in 'my back
Doan's quickly rid me of the trouble.
I give 'thoat's Kidne Pills the' tredlt
for the grod saatnn mv kidneye
YOU ARE 'MO LATE MR.WOIf YOU
There is always satisfaction in a<
isfactIon like that of knowing where
man who has felt the pangs of regre
town is the man who should in an ex
home thrift. He now knows that th
lies in patronizing our loeal interests
stands by bemoaning the loss of patr
ganization and co-operation re-enfor
MORAL. ---Prosperity can only
Wells Clardy Co. EcP]i
Two Big Stores Exclu
Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, LAUJENS
Notions W. A. W
J. C. Burns & Co. Williai
Home of RelI&a
RED IRON RACHET Soic
More Goods for Same Money, ''Quality ani
Same Goods for Less Money 'Arm ii
Laurens Coca Cola Home F
Bottling Co. Ncx
Quench the Thirst With a Bottle
of Delicious Coca Cola Furniture, St
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oni thle Siuare Sou"h
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Furniture of All Kinds Lumber, Di
Musical Instruments Woe Can Furn
We Invite Your Inspection
Lauriens Drug Co. Wharton
Pure Drugs, Toilet ArticlesTe
''The Rexall Store"' Cash Cloth
S. M. & E. H. ,Wiilkes Hymi
House Furnishers Dry Goods,
Furniture, Stoves, Chinaware, Reai
EVERYTHING FOR TIB HOMB PAY
Minter Company Laurer
cash Department Str Battery
DRY GOODS, ,0LOTHING,wlarBa
SHOES, MILLINERY Eas Laurens
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Printers and Publisheo us and Me
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economy and thrift count for mcst. The
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emplary way sound forth the slogan of
e one way to satisfaction and prosperity
.It matters little to him when the wolf
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3es his stronghold on home protection.
:ome through co-operation.
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The Family Grocer
~oves, Rugs, Crock
a Home Furnishers Chioico Vegetables in Season
HOUETIS Jones-Taylor Hardware Co.
!rh to See Wlell" HaZrdware, Aiulltuiral Imple.
Jdwelr R5nep1aired mentIsk 1111i Supplies, P'alnts1,
ilde of Squaire 011, VarIuishes, Spuoringu ~oodls,
oper & Co. BENCHOFF'S
,ors, Sash Blinds 5 & 10 Cents Store
Ish Your Entire Bill ''Buy it in Laurens''
WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARB
Clothing Co. Davis-Roper Co.
dian's Store Deopartment Store
los- ut e''Laurens Best1 Store--Quality
LiryEasterby Motor Co.
Shoes, Clothing,DogBrtesMt as
Ly-to-wear DdeBohr 4%Cr
JS A OALL - Phons 200 Service'dad Parts
erles and Service QpiaanSuls$100.0
Courteous Service GO .BAILChe
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