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- University of South Carolina
'Entrance examinations to the U?
versity of South Carolla will be head
by the County Superintendent of Edu
cation at the County Court House Fri
day, July 14, 1922, at 9 a. n.
The University offers varied cours
es of study in seidnee, literature, his
tory, law and blsilless. The expens
es ard z.moderate and many opportuni
ties for self-support are afforded.
Scholarships are available.
For full particulars write to
President W. S. Currel,
University of South Carolina.
Columbia, S. C.
i NALI SETijTL11E NT
Take notice that on the 23rd day of
July, 1922 we will render a final ac
count of our,acts and doings as Excu
tors of Ithe estate of Chesley Finley
deceascd, inl the office of tile Judge of
Probate of haurens cotiiiiy, at I
o'clock, a. im., and on the same day
will apply for a final discharge from
our trust, as Executors.
Any person indebted to said estate
its notified and required to make pay
ment on that date; and all persons
having claimns against said estate will
present then on or before said date,
duly proven or be foreVer barred.
SAM MI tILS.
June 22, 1922. 49-5t-A
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I LAURENS GIRLS
'I By One
Leaving Laurens June 19 for Rich
Illond to attend tile Confederate re
union -lisses Alice and Annie Ilil
Poole, Maggie Beeks1 and Corrle
Knight arrived III the city thle follow
Ig and were met by boy scouts at
Ithe train and given infornuttion con
'(cerninfg roois. The girIs werc very
rolally entertained by .)r. and Irs.
1liecks ('i)r. Ileeks is formerly froi
South Carolina). They attended all
the exercises of the convention but
the parade, ax as finale, was very pret
ty and interestlng. Every Southern
er's heai-t was thrilled 'to see the old
soldiers in grcy marching with vim
and enthusiasm regardless of their
grey hair and stiff muscles. To see
old South Carolina taking her opart in
the parade was -an honor to any pa
tri9t of the state.
The whole city was beautifuilly dec
orated in Confederate flags and the
nation-i-l colors. One could but feel
that he or she would go home a better
citizen of his state and nation.
The last night a very elaborate ball
was given in honor of the, old "boys".
The old veterans seemed to have the
spirit of youth and enjoyed dancing as
much as the younger people.
Many interesting things were to be
seen In this old Confederate city.
Among 'them were the clothes of R. E.
(bee, Hanpton and Jefferson Davis.
These with many other relics of the
war are preserved in the museums.
Old "Sorrel", the horse of Stonewall
Jackson, stood at attention and ready
to ride at the gommand of his master.
Every soldier left Richmond in fine
spirit, kemardieis oi the memories
of a lost cause.
fOur party left Richmond, taking
Stea-mer Northland in Norfolk for
Washington, D. C. All night they were
rocked in the cradle of the deep. They
.arose early the next morning to view
the beautiful scenery along the fa
mous and historic Potomac river and
From upper deck one can get a full
sight of Washington's home at 'Mt.
Vernon. From a closer observation
of the surroundings and interior it
must 'be said that ,Washington was an
excellent landscali' gardene'i'.
They were met at the 'boat by a Lau
rens county 'boy, D. D. Davis, secre
tary to Congressman J. J. Mcgwain.
He spared no pains in his usual genial
To 3top a Cough Quick
take HAYES' HEALING HONEY, a
cough med'icine which stop. the cough by
healing the infam'd and irritated tissues.
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and
Grup 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 healin effect of Hayes' Healing Honey in
side the t combined with the heal effect of
Grove's 0n-Trate Salve throuIh the pores of
the skin soon stops a cough.
Both remedies are packed in one carton and the
coot of the combined treatment is 36e.
Just 48k your druggist for HAYES'
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manner to show us .Washington. The
girls are glad to report that Mr. Mc
Swain and Mr. Davis are making good
The government buildings in their
wolder'ul structure of snowy white
imarbieare j tictures which can never
be forgotten. Tle driveway along the
iotomiac is another 'impressive place
with its rows of Japanese cherry trees.
The Arlington cemctery is a won
derful, yet a very sad sight. 'loere One
seess the harvest of the horrible wars.
Tihe government could not have chosen
a more fitting tribute to our boys than
the lovely monument to mark the
place of the unknown soldier.
The National Museum is always in
teresting with its vast collection of
interesting relics and baluables of all
The Congressional Library, the most
blautiful structure in the world can
not 1e described except in these words
-wonderful structure. 0
The capitol needs no introduction.
This is indeed a very magnificent
building and the very sight of the
dome makes one's 'patriotism rise.
The party saw .the senate in session
-not as expected-for there was not
so much formality as one would an
This same party visited the 'White
House and found everything far be
The spirit of the "Father of our
country" still lives and it truly is in
the hearts of his countrymen. This
spirit is felt most impressively when
a visit is made to .the capital city, the
center of America's interest. After
seeing the -many wonderful govern
ment structures and the beautiful
homes such as ilee's, Wilson's and
many othrs, and after looking ove?
the city from Washington Monument,
no wonder then that Was'hington. is
termed the most beautiful capital in
The friend w6 South Carolinians -love
so much, ex-Gov. Cooper, called to
see the girls while they 1were in Wash
ington. They chatted over the every
day happenings of their home town..
The girls left for New -York and the
first -and last impressions were high
buildings and millions of active peo
ple. They visited Broadway, Walt
Street and Fifth Avenue. They went
up .town, down town, to Chinatown and
out to Coney Island.
-Some of the most interesting places
seen were Grant's Tomb, Woolworth
building, 'the -Hudson river, Brooklyn
Bridge and the Statue of (Liberty.
New York impresses a tourist as the
biggest, noisiest and most crowded city
MT. OLIVE NEWS *
Mt. Olive, -July 3.--Judge H1. H. Wat
kinls and wife, of Anderson and 'Editor
and 'Mrs. 0. E, Moore of Honea Path,
passed thlrough this section Sunday
and gave us a short but very pleasant
call. They stolpped also a few min
utes at the church where they met a
number of former friends. Crossing
tile river .the party sp~ent the noon hour
at the Watkins old hlome place wheref
the? partook of a -picnic dinner.
Thence tihey continued their journey
throoligh tile 'Ekonm and Poplar Springs
comiAndities, stopping here and there
with special relatIves and frIends Lnd
returnling home late in the afternodui
It was a great 'pleasure to see iDr. Wat
kins and his party. A tour through
the old community where he and Edi
tor .Moore were born and reared iwas
a peculiar/joy'to the visitors.
We were -glad to meet Mr. and Mrs.
'Snipe, of H-onea Path here Sunday at
the church services. They wvere
spe'nding the week end with with the
-latter's sister, Mrs. Boyce Hill.
It was also a special pleacqure to see
in our midst Sunday Mr. and tMra,
'Benj. Martin of Mt. Gallagher. They
were here to see Mrs. 'Martin's hoise
people and to attend -preaching service.
At a church conference Saturday
afternoon it was decided to hold a
revival mqoting at Mt. Olive church
'heginning on the 'first Stjnday in Au
gust. 'Pastor ,Hawkins twill conduct
the series of meetings and do .the
To All Women Who Want to Look
Young---"This is to let you know that
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of favors to come. The trail
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you, yours and your town.
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