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COLE1GE OF THAIMESTON
Four-year courses read to the A. B.
and B S. degrees.
A three-year course leads to the de
gree of B. S. with Medicine. The tWo
year pre-medical course is a apecial
A cournC. Is Commerce and Business
Administration of superior excellence
will be Introduced in the fall.
Open to men and women.
Expeses moderate. For tei'ns, cat
alogue, and illustrated folder, address
Hlarrisont Randolph, President.
To Stop a Cough QUIck
take HAYES' HEALING HONEY a
cough medicine which stops the cougl by
healing the inflamed and irritated tissues.
A box of GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE
SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and
Group is enclosed with every bottle of
HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
should be rubbed on the chest and throat
of children suffering from a Cold or Croup.
The healing effect of Hayes' Healing Honey In
aie the throat combined with the healing effect of
Grove's 0-Pon-Trato Salve through the pores of
the skin soon stops a cough.
coth remdies ar ecked in one carton and the
cost of the comubined treatment Is 33o.
Just ask your druggist for HAYES'
Tak'ne notice that on the 23rd day of
July, 19122 we will render a flnal ac
elount of our acts and doings as Execu
tors of the estate of Chesley Finley
dec(ased, in the ofllce of the Judge of
Probate of Laurens county, at 11
o'clock, a. mi., and on the samiie ay
will apply for a final discharge from
our truist aq Executors.
Any person indebted to said estate
its notified and required to mako pay
ment on that date; and all persons
having claims against said estate will
presAnCt them on or before said date,
duly proven or -be forever barred.
GEORG 0 FINljEY,
SAM M IL.S,
June 22, 1922. 49-5t-A
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6 llious Fever, Colds and
For the convenience
patrons we have i
Order Service. Or
the store will be
We are no further
mail box. Send us
When you fhave the
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if you wait it becom
If your tire has an ai
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worse, if y'ou do not
vulcanize any type
work is guaranteed.
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Scholarship Examinations for Laurens
IDxaminations to f11 two vacant
four-year scholarships and one vacant
one-year scholarship will be held at
the county seat on 'Friday, July 14th
beginning at 9 A. M. under the super
vision of the county superintendent of
1. Four-Year Scholarship. Open
to students desiring to .pursue agricul
ture or textile engineering. Subjects
for examination: EDnglish, including
grammar, literature, composition and
rhetoric; Algebra, including quadratic
equations; American and European
History; and spractical agriculture.
Age requirement-16 years or over
at the time of entrance.
.Winners of scholarships must be
prepared to ,meet also the require
ments for admission of the Association
of Colleges of South Carolina.
The examinations may be taken for
entrance credits by those not applying
for a scholarship.
The value of each scholarship is $100
per session and free tuition of $40.
Membershi in the Roserve Oficers'
Training Corps--R. 0. T. C.-is also
equivalent In money to a scholarship
during the last two years in college.
2. One-Year -Short Course Scholar
ship. Open to students 18 years of
age or over desiring to purs-ue the
One-Yea, Course in Agriculture. Com
mon school education sumcient.
3. No previous application to the
college necessary to stand scholar
For catalogue, application blanks,
and other information write to
Clemson College, S. .
University of South Carolina
Entrance examinations to the Uni
versity of South Carolla will be held
by the County Superintendent of Edu
cation at the County Court Ilouse Frl
day, July 14, 1922, at 9 a. in.
The University offers varied cours
es of study in science, literature, his
tory, law and business. The expens
es are moderate and many opportuni
ties for self-support are afforded.
Scholarships are available.
For full particulars write to
President W. S. Currell,
University of South Carolina.
Columbia, S. C.
of our out of town
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* DIALS NEWS *
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Dials, July 2.--"Pinewood Lake,"
owned and managed -by that genial
and hospitable gentleman, :Mr. Floyd
Curry, is proving an ideal place for
outings, and hardly a day passes but
what some congenial picnic party of
the neighborhood gathers for an hour
or so of pleasure, and none proved
more enjoyable than that of Wednes
day afternoon, June 21st, when the
members of -11pworth League assem
bled for an afternooi :picnic. Swim
ming was enjoyed by many, while oth
ers were content to stroll among the
pines, or else seated on the rustic
seats scattered here and there, en
joyed 'progressive conversation.
At 6:30 stupper was spread, and ev
cryone was invited to gather round the
"festive board" and partake of the
many dainties. A number of visitors
from Gray Court and 'Shiloh leagues
were present and added greatly to the
festivities of the occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gillespie and clil
dren, of Greenville, spent last week
end with Mrs. Mary Curry.
Mrs. H. Y. Simons was the guest
of her daughter, Miss Mattle Simmons,
last week at the home of Mr. and "Mrs.
1'. 0. Jefford, of Greenville.
Dr. Marvin Harris has returned to
Greenwood after enjoying a brief visit
with homefolks here.
Little Miss Eleanor Boyd, of Green
wood, is the attractive guest of her
cousin, Helen Harris.
Mrs. Laura Babb an. Mrs. 13. A. Sul
livan, of -Laurens, spent several days
last week with Mr. and Mrs. Wim.
Mlissqp Emma Harris and Sall
-Brownlee have been appointed dele
gates to represent Dials League at the
lyiiworth League convention which
convenes at Lake Junaluska, N. C.
The registration so far at this pre
cinct is very light, the books however,
will -be open until July 25th, .but all
citizens who desire to vote at the com
ing primary are urged to register now
and not wait until the rush of the
last few (lays, Especially are the la
dies urged to enroll early, as iprocras
tlnation is a thief that oftimps is the
cause of one not accomplishing that
which one fully intentled doing. Moral:
Never put of doing tomorrow what
should be done today.
The lawn fete staged by the tElp
worth League of this place on the
school house linan last Saturday even
ing proved a joyous affair. The lawn
was brightly gay in mainy colored
lights, cozy seattu were placed every
where, while progressive conversation
was enjoyed throughout the ovening.
Ice cream, cake and sandwiches Were
sold by a bevy of charming girls, and
a neat little sum was added to the
-Miss Jenaio 1. Watkins, of Green
Illle .was In our nlidst 'Sunday after
Mr's. Fetus Curry and Mrs. WillIe
Harris lbavo Wednesday for Newberry,
where~ they will be In attendance at
the Woman's Missionary meeting which
convenes in that city,
Mr'. Tiliman B~olt, of Hickory' Tav
erni was the wek-end guest of rein
Mr. J. M. Holt andl daughter, Mrs.
IdeC Gireath returned to their homes
in Greenville Monday, after enjoying
a brief vIsit with Mr. W. 'C. Browniee
Mirs. Alec McCall and Mr. Trownes
Curry hiad the misfortune to lose twvo
very fine cows b~y lightning during the
sever'e electrical storm which passed
over this section last Thursday after
The pr~otracted meeting for Dials
will begin on the fourth Sunday in
.July. The R1ev. DavId Morris, of North
Carolina, willl have charge of the ser-.
vices. It ;will be rememblered that Mr.
Mforrns was associated last year wIth
thle pastor, Mir.- Watson, during the
revivals at Gray Court and Dials, and
dluring that time 'ie made many friends
throughout this sect Ion, all of whom
wvili 'lhe gladh to wvelcu me him back and
are on the "qjul 1 1" to hrar him again,
nir Mr. Mlorris is a !lphlit orator of
FiND) LARGEST STILL
Ofileers iDestroy Elaborato Outtit in
' eenville County.
Greenville, June 20.--The largest
andl niost complete distilling plant ev..
or seen by the raiding officers wvas tak
en and destroyed Tuesdeo, night by a
group of federal prohibiten ofilers op
erating out of Greenf~ille near the
boundary line of tEdgeflold and Mc
-K The outflt Wvos too large to ,be do
stroyed with axes in the regular fash
Ion and two sticks of dynamite wvere
set off under the apparattis, blowing it
to -bits. The fiant consisted of a large
brick furnace ubasee, over twhich was
steel riv~ted boiler having a capacity
of about 400 gallon0.- Two cooper con
ddnsing o0ttil4s w'Oro connected: with
te bloiei ch having 'a caphoity of
0' Ballons *1ite thousand gallons of
ee weto v9014'ed out by tihe ofl1
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The cheapness of an article do(
what you get for your money4 Here
bearingi non-skid truth; "It pays to b,
your time and money, besides negle,
MORAL-Cheaply bou'ght, dear i1
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Farniture, SItovos, Chinaware, Ready
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