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UFOLLETTE DENOUNCES 1.1.
oKK.ivu. i i vi.KK or Rvvau?
i AN I'lUH.UI ssiVKS CUMKS
<>IT WITH BITTF.K ATTACK
A?un<> Him or Destroying the Pro
gn<rvd\c Movement In Republican
Party?(archill) Plumicd IgQgtl
?I Spontaneous Cull for Himself?
HaWd F.uormou* i ampuign Fund
ami S|H>iit it on HLs Campaign for
the Nomination?-Hb* Most Aotl\c
Supporters and financial Backers
Werp the Men Notoriously Idcn
ti.hd With steel ami Harvester
Madlac n. Wla>, June 28.?Senator
LaPollttte in a signed editorial in fell
weekly paper today says in part:
"Until Hoosevtlt came out into the
open as a candidate there was a
strong and rapidly growing progres?
sive movement within the Republican
party. It had assumed national pro?
portion* and was united, into this
movement Koosevelt projected his
third term ambition. He spent weeks
planning the so-called spontaneous
c ill for hi 'if and responded with
the announcement that he was a
rveoptlve candidate. His candidacy
began to drag and he and his friends
In despair became desperate and
then railed an enormous campaign
fund. In the history of American
politics there has never been a pri?
mary campaign for president ap?
proaching the extravagant expendi?
tures made in his campaign. Men
notoriously Identified with the steel
and harvester trusts became Roose?
velt's most active supporters and fi?
nancial lackers. Fortunately Roose?
velt did not secure the nomination
which would have compromised the
progressive movement and defeated
real achievement for four years. Up?
on Roosevelt and his blind followers
rests the responsibility of having di?
vided the progressives In the first na?
tions! contest Stimulated by his
over-mastering desire to win he de?
nounced loyalty to conviction and
principle as s'.ubborn selfishness. He
substituted vulgar personalties and
coarse epithets of the prize ring for
the serlou* consideration of economic
problems, and ail but destroyed the
progressive movement within the
party. itut the progressive move?
ment does not consist ot a few self
constituted leaders, but of millions of
thoughtful and independent clti/en .
N.r . g|g i ti.m of special Interests
snd political expediency can secure
control of the progressive cause
which Is ultimately to redeem demo?
cracy and r ?toic the control of the
government to tho people."
N KM K'NTF.RPRISK FOlt SUMTF.lt.
The Palmetto Fire Insurance Com?
pany < 'ommK?doncd h> Se<Totary
Columbia. June US.?The Palmetto
Fire Insurance company, of Sumter,
with a proposed capital of $2">.000,
was commissioned today by the Sec?
retary of State, the petitioners being
Perry Mose*. Jr.. 1 C. Strauss. Davis
D. Moise. W. R. Wilson. Neill O'Oon
nell. II J. Hart.v. c. O. Rowland. Q.
A. Lemmon and R. I. Manning. The
company proposes to do ail kinds of
Are Insurance and suretv and Idem*
ruf. I. - ? ? ?< irid casuality Insurance.
?Sumo,er colds are hard to get
rid of and frequently lead to asth?
ma, bronchitis, and hay fever. Do
not b t your cold get a hold on you.
but use h'oley's Honey and Tar Com?
pound for quick relief. W. H. Al?
len. Chelsea. Wm.. nays: "We prefer
Coley h Money ami Tar Compound to
oth?t cough medicines because It
quickly i irres coughs and colds. It
will ward off a cold If taken In
time" Contains no opiates Siherfs
Marriage License Record.
Marriage b ? t ???? w ? i ?? d M -n
Thursday to tw > colored < oiiplee,
Mack Mlxon. Fdshopvilb-. and More
Wl'der. Suini.i; and Willi im Harris
and KU*? \l l<. of sumter.
UM Chol?.r a Husband
is too Impoita it a matter for a wo?
man to ???? handicapped by wetk
ness. bad hl? od or foul breath,
Avoid these kill-hopes hg taking Of,
Kimcs Life Rills New stfwnsrth, tine
eoenplexlon, pur?? breath, cheerful
spirits?things that win men-follow
their u*c. Fu?y, safe. sun-. J'.e at
so., it 1 o*ug HMofa.
a eeatraet o?s been h t to the Carr
Con-tr-n tlon Company to put in
handsome new plate glass fronts to
the stores now on iipled by the cash
I>ry O '.mN C mpmy and lieaiona
Pharmacy. "'he old fionts will be
ts.keii out aid enHtels new fronts
Installed, a hinge which will add
materially t? to tppearanoa 61 ihe
loirlng the nummer months moth?
er ?i ? f y eing children should watch
for any unnatural looseness of the
bowels Wher given prompt atten?
tion at this time serious trouble may
bm avoided. Chamberlain's Coin \
Cholera ?*nd Diarrhoea ib im dv < an
alway* he depended upon. For sale
by all dealers.
CANDIDATES IN MARION.
THOUSAND MARION VOTER*
HKAH CAMPAIGN SPEAKERS.
OSfllSnW Prods His Opponent. Audi
SSSOS Pretty Well DOVSM littw eon
1.radium Citndidates for (Governor?
Blouse Men Prevent Jones Reply?
ing; to "Social liquidity" Charge?
.louts Talks oil ruble Issues, Mak?
ing Strong SiH'tH'ii.
Marios, June 27.?In glorious
mood today Governor Cole I* Blease
laughed and talked wiih his audi
SSOS at he Sta'.u campaign meeting
to the 'Utire satisfaction Oj his
friends, und again today Jud;;e Jones
w s denied the right to reply. This
time, however, Governor Blease did
HOI setk to prevent it. Part of the
crowd raised lusty yells every time
the speaker attempted to explain his
vote on the separate coach law.
Governor Blease stood hard by, but
not In the angry, detlant attitude
that he displayed at Blshopvllle lest
Wednesday. In fact, the Governor
was In a very good humor. He
doubtless did not make as strong a
speech gg on former occasions, but
he handled the crowd to his own lik?
That does not mean that it was a
Blease crowd in Marlon today. In
fact, som ? local connoisseurs claim
that the majority present were Jone3
men. Be that a? it may, the Blease
crowd made the most noise and they
made It very effective in preventing
Judge Jones' attempted reply on the
social equality imputations. A few
hisses for Blease were heard at one
Aside from the fact that the melt?
lng, attended by nearly 1,000 voters,
broke up in good natured confusion,
the features of the day were the per?
sonal thrusts directed by Governor
Blease toward Judire Jones. The Gov?
ernor made flank attacks upon his
opponent's legal action and his ability
as a Judge; the Hist, by saying the
reason no railroad had employed
Judge Jones was that he did not
have 3ense enough to represent
them; the second. that Tillman
couldn't get good lawyers over m
his side and had to take the best he
Perhaps the most severe trust,
however,, was a comparison, by anal?
ogy, of Judge Jones with Booker T.
Washington. Said Governor Blease:
1 ihink if the President of the Unit?
ed States could afford to entertain
Booker T. Washington, I could afford
to entertain Ira B. Jones."
As before Intimated. Governor
Blease was In a great humor, and it
13 safe to say that the keen edge of
his thrusts was thereby dulled in a
measure. At least they were not
caustic and bitter, and the sting WOS
not all there.
Judge Jones today delivered a
stronger address, from the view?
point of constructivenesx, than he has
yet presented. He devoted less tine
to his opponent and urged matters
for the sober, serious consideration
of the people. Speaking prior to
Governor Blease he did not even
mention the seperate coach law. and
It was to the Governor's repeated
charge he wished to reply.
Y. >i. o. A. Notes,
An effort is being made to get up
a volley ball team at the Y. M.
A. Several teams hSVC already been
formed and several more arc In
course ol formation.
a a a
it is probable that the tennis court
at the y. m. c. a. will i?e completed
some lima neit week.
a a a
Th" V: M. C, A. is far the RIOSl
!?? polar place for oollege boyi r/1??
are not "t work these days. I( und?
one wants to find OSS ?>f them ill he
has to do is to eall at the Y. M. C. A.
a a a
The people of Bumter who erecttd
the 1 M. C, A. should feel proud of
the fact that Is is prOVlni BOOh ?
popular resort for the young people
of the city. Tie howling alley* the
i.! room and tie reading pnoi nre
Piro Thuradaj Muht.
An alsrra of lire w 11 sent In Thurs?
day night from bos 11 m the oorner
of Mais and Liberty Sta., for ;i Are
,tt .i. i>. Bhlrer'j automobile enrage.
Little damage was don. howeve
and the hoee teama were nol needed
to put out the fire,
it teems from shal <"'iid be learn?
ed th.il the pully Slipped Oil a motor
win* b eras running In the shop and
the oil in the motor caught on i? ? -.
Outside "f the damage to the motor
there aran no loss from the Are.
*.\. N, Naeon, farming near Ca?
naan, Me, was badly crippled with
s?iati? rheumatism due he says to
uric geld in the blood. "Foley Kid?
ney IMIls entirely cured me ind also
removed numerous Mach specks that
arer continually before my eyes."
Poley Kidney Pills are uric acid
solvent ami are effective f<?r tb<- var<
lous forms of rheumatism. Hlbert'l
ARE YOU GOING?
The Meting in Columbia to Organize
state Commercial Body is Impor
gumter should be represented by
large delegation at Columbia on
July sth. Every <iiy in the stau? is to
be there. State organization will
mean much for business interests of
The big meeting of the business
men of the state at Columbia ?>n the
Sttl ? f July should in l?de at least
ftfty delegates from Sumter, The
Chamber ?>f Commerce has mailed
return postals to all its members and
has invited all others who may wish
to attend this meeting. It is neces?
sary that the replies should be mail?
ed or telephoned to the secretary im?
mediately. If the business men of
Sumter do not show a sufficient in?
terest In this State organization, it
will be impossible to run the special
train end to take the Sumter Band.
The various cities Of tht State are
bending every effort to make this
meeting the great success it should
be. They are certain to have a big
bunch of boosters at Columbia. Will
Sumter fall down?
In the afternoon of the meeting,
the permanent State Chamber of
Commerce will be formed. Sumter
should have one of the executive of?
fices, and this will depend upon the
size of her delegation. A State com?
mercial organisation can do things
for any state, it has accomplished
wonders for Texas, unity f?f action
between the cities of the State can
aid in the development Of State high?
ways. Interburban lines, drainage and
reclamation. Improved railway ser?
vice and freight rates, the extension
of new lines, co-operation between
the railroads and cities In advertis?
ing the 8tAte*S advantages to the
country, general publicity, the for?
mation of a strong State retailer's
association Which will exchange
credits and claims and aid the re?
tailer generally, the securing of
data which can be used by the State
Commissioner Of Agriculture in the
encouragement of immigration of
good farmers and their proper loca?
tion, Closer unity between city and
country in the up-building of the
country and the encouragement of
diversification and rotation and in
better marketing. All this and more
can be undertaken by such an or?
ganization SS the one proposed.
The question for the Sumter busi?
ness men to consider is, Is Sumter to
have a part in this work? MBy all
means," you say. It is very pleasant
to hear you say so but grand eloquent
speeches concerning Sumter's present
and past greatness and our duty to
our city won't do it. What we want
is action. That speaks a Whole lot
louder that hot air. To get results
you have got to work and it will cost
you something, in time and money.
in this movement, as in other lines
of work, sumter need* some real ef?
fort. Will you not, therefore, get
busy at once and enter yourself with
those who are going to Columbia'.'
Do it today.
The Board ??f Dire* tors of the
Chamber of Commerce will toe i on
Monday at 12 noon, to consider some
very Important matters.
Many of the chairmen of commit?
tees Save never called their commit?
tees together. Everyone of them
have important duties and the work
of tiie Chamber will fall behind just
B30 far as they may neglect to take up
the work assigned them. If any
chairman or member of a committee
is too busy to give a little time to his
city, he should resign and b t some
one else have a try at it.
ihg things are planned for Bargain
Week In October, it has been sug?
gested that this Should also be used
as a starter for the Sumter County
Pair and that a live stock and poul?
try show should be arranged as well
as an exhibit of farm products. Here
is work for the committee on County
Fair, of which Mr. W. B. Boyle is
chairman. . .
For soreness ot Hie muscles.
whether Induced by violent exercise
or injury, there is nothing better
than Chamberlain's Liniment. This
liniment also relieves rheumatic
pains. For sale b) all dealers.
Mr. a. I/. Jackson, of Waynesvllle,
was In the city Thursduy to look af?
ter tin work which It being done ?>n
the "imperial." lie stated thai he
was satisfied with progress so far,
but wanted to hurry it up as much u
possible during the remainder ol the
Ummer, lie Haid that bo bad charge
ol a good place at Waynesvllle, but
thai "Humter was good enough for
him" and he wus anxious to u?'t b u k
If you are u housewife you cannot
reasonably hope to !"? healthy or
beautiful by washing dishes, sweep
Ing and dome housework all day,
and crawling into bed dead tiled at
night, You must got out into the
open air and sunlight. If you do
this every dny and keep your stomach
md bowels In good order by taking
Chamberlain's Tablets when need?
ed, you should become both healthy
and beautiful. l or sale by all deal
ONE A WITE MAN IN JAIL ON
Warrant Alleges Attempt to Crimi?
nally Assault Little Girl?Fairfiold
County Assault Suspect Placed in
Columbia, June 27.?J. C. Easter- \
ling, a white man, was arrested and
lodged in jail here today on the 1
Charge of attempted criminal assault
oh a little 11-year-old-white girl yes?
terday afternoon at Ilidgewood, a su?
burb of the city. Easterling is said to
have been an intimate friend of the j
family of the child and they permit- j
ted her to accompany him to Ridge- !
wood. It is stated that- another man
says that the little girl ran to him
and asked him to protect her from
Easterling, but that the latter denied
the child's story and came on to the
city, although under the influence of
drink at the time. It was on a war?
rant sworn out by the father of the
child that the arrt?: was made and
the man lodged in jail. A prelim?
inary examination has not yet been
Ed Alexander, the negro who was
arrested by Sheriff Hood, of Fairfield
? a unty yesterday, charged with hav?
ing attempted criminal assault on a
\ hite woman near Rion, in that coun?
ty, was rushed to the penitentiary
la's morning for safekeeping. Alex?
ander was arrested yesterday near
Broad River and hurried to Chester
last night, and from there brought to
the penitentiary. This was done to
avoid any possible mob violence.
The body of Leonard Riley, of
Saluda, the young white boy who
was drowned while in swimming in
Broad River yesterday with a number
of his companions, has not yet been
recovered, although Coroner Walker
is doing everything in his power to
recover the remains. Riley was a
student of a local business college
and was a particularly bright young
Rocky Bluff News.
Rocky Bluff. June 27.?We are
new Itaving hot, dry weather, and the
corn and gardens are showing the
effect of it, while cotton is doing very
nicely. Most of the corn is very poor
for this time of the year, owing to
the had seasons. When we have had
rain for the last two monts, which
has been nearly every week the
wind blew so hard afterwards that
in two days after a hard rain every
thing was dusty and these hot winds
are more injurious to crops than hot
Miss Lottie Wat's spent Saturday
afternoon with Miss Lee McLeod.
Miss Eva Hath. Id spent last week
with relatives in Sumter.
Mr. H. H. Winkles and family
spent Sunday with Wr. Willie Wink?
Mrs. J. J. Hatfleld and chldren
spent Sunday at Mrs. m. e. Capello,
Mr. and Mrs, O. P. Josey spent
Sunday with relatives in the Concord
In the Police Court.
The following cases were tried by
the Recorder Friday.
Tom Wilson, gambling, forfeited
bomi of $ii) on failure to appear for
Emma Gardner and Matilda Pear?
son, cursing and creating a distur?
bance, $15 or 30 days on each charge
for the Garner woman. Matilda was
Harry I lardy, riding bicycle on
a forbidden sidewalk, $2.00 or 4 days.
?In these days of high cost of liv
imr. a medicine that gets a man up
out of bed and able to work in a fea
days Is a valuable and welcome rem?
edy. John l loath. Michigan Bar,
Cal., had kidney and bladder trou?
ble, was confined to hla bed, unable
to i iti i) without help. I commenced
using Foley Kidney Pills ami can
truly say l was relieved at once."
His example is worth follow inc. Bi?
bel ts I Mam Store.
Scholarship und Entrance Examina?
The examination for the award of
vacant scholarships in Winthrop Col?
lege and for the admission of new
students will bo held at the County
Court House <>n Friday, July r>, at 8
a. i \, Applicants must be tu t less
than tifteen year* of age. Whe
scholarships ata? vacant afh r July ;?
they will ba awarded to those making
the highest average at this examina?
tion, provfded they meet the condi?
tions governing the award. Appli?
cants for scholarships should write to
President Johnson before the exami?
nation for scholarship examination
Scholarships are worth $100 and
free tuition. The next session will
open September H, 1012. For further
Information and catalogue, address
Pres. D. B. Johnson. Rock Hill, S. C.
SINS NEVER TO BE FORGIVEN.
Mark iii. 20-35?July 7.
"Tali la fsa condemnation, that light is conn
into the irorld and men lond darkness rath
er than Ugkt, aw-easf their dotd* \ctrt evil."
?John iii. if).
r^OHN THE BAPTIST declaredol
m Jaaua. Tic must increase, but I
1 must decrease' After .lohn
^ was put into prison Jeans' nun
istry been ma more public, through the
numerous works performed by Him
Multitudes followed the Great Teach
er, and His friends became solicitous
The Scribes and Pharisees consider
ed themselves the representatives o!
the Jewish orthodoxy, qualified to pass
upon everything theological; the pub
lie waited for their message, saying.
"Have any of the Scribes aud Phari?
sees believed on Him?" Hence Jesus
declared that these representatives of
Divine things were doubly responsi?
ble, for they would neither enter into
discipleship themselves, nor would
they permit the public to do so.
That Jesus did many miracles could
not be disputed, and that on many oc?
casions He cast out
demons could not a Am
be denied. The ?
Scribes explained fL
this, however, by
Baying that Jesus
had collusion with
Beelzebub (Satau), ^
and that by his -?
power He was able casUAh
to cast out demons Ua."
But Jesus answered that if it was true
that Satan had turned reformer aud
was opposing bis own minious, the
demons, then it proved that iis king?
dom would soou fall.
Blaspheming the Holy Spirit.
The fact that today many religious
systems practice faith-healing Is claim?
ed to be a mark of Divine approval, on
the strength of our Lord's words. Yet
we have, in opposition to their asser?
tions, to remember that those who
claim to exercise this power very gen
erally deny the existence of the (Jos
pel of Christ. Some of them deny
that man is a sinner, and declare that
there is no such thing as sin. Prac?
tically all of them deny the redemptive
value of Christ's death, and that He
will come again and establish His King?
dom and through it bring to mankind
the promised blessings of restitution
to human perfect ion.?Acts iii, 19-21.
There is only one answer to make
to the claim that theas fa it h-hea liners
prove the truth of these various an
tagonistic doctrines, and that answer
is the one which Jesus here states. If
their faith-healing power be uot of God
It must be of the Adversary; and if it
be of the Adversary it proves that he
is upholding false and contradictory
doctrines, and that the collapse of his
dominion is nigh This view is im
pressing itself upon Bible students.
Addressing the Pharisees, who charg
ed Him with being Satan's prime min
ister and agent. Jesus declared that all
manner of sin and blasphemy which
men commit are forgivable, excel'1
blasphemy against the Holy Spirit.
Jesus did not say that the Scribe
and Pharisees bad committed this stti:
He did. however, give the warning i??
proof that those who could thus see the
righteousness of His teachings, bow
He glorified God In His words and ac?
tions, and could then impute all of this
to Satan, must be perverse In their
hearts, and if so. they w.aild be in
danger of eternal condemnation, the
Second Death; they would be like "nat?
ural brute beasts, made to be taken and
destroyed."?11 Peter ii. 12; Acts iii. 23
"Hath Never Forgiveness."
The Bible teaches that the penalty of
Ad.im's siu was death, but that under
2ssV^3*? the work cf Jesus
is to release ttU
mankind from that
death sentence and
give to ail an op
^JcJHk portuntty of return
ing to harmony
with God by bring
Ing all to a clearer
knowledge of the
? V\jj Truth. To some
'Behojd U? mother com<m noWt wit|(
the priviiegs of be
and My brethren."
coming members of the Bride class
But With the world the period of
Messiah's Kingdom will be the testing
time, and their privilege Avill be to at?
tain human perfection, otherwise to be
cut off In the Second Death. Mean
time, whatever light they may be en?
joying vvill be cither helpful or injuri
ous. as they shall deal with iL
Those who violate their consciences
and ignore the light which they enjo)
and sin agalnsi i?. will find themselves
proportionately degraded when they
shall come under the Kingdom it tin
ences and tests
Brothers, 8 steri end Mother.
Today's study closes with the Mas
ter s explanation of the class to which
He acknowledged relationship. An op
portunttj or showing the multitudes
the basis for His sympathy came win n
Jesus' mother and brethren on the out?
side of the throng sent Bim word that
they desired to see Him. How beauti
ful the lesson of the Great Teacher's
breadth of spirit, regardless of eiste?
and class, when lie said, "Who is My
mother and My brethren?" And then,
looking toward His disciples who were
sitting near Htm taking In His teach?
ings, lie said. "Behold* My mother and
My brethren! for whosoever will do
the will of (iod, the same Is My broth
er and My sister nnd My mother."
FIRE BOYS RETURN HOME.
Readied City Tlinmrtsj Afternoon?
Much Elated Over Their Victory at
The member* of the hose team
which went from here to Rock Hill
returned home Thursday afternoon
very much elated over their victory
at that place and were kept busy all
afternoon and evening receiving the
congratulations of their many iriend3
who stayed at home, but who were as
much rejoiced as they at their suc?
The members of the prize winning
team were: Chief R. e. Wilder,
Capt. J. H. Forbes, hydrantman;
Ormsby Blandina*, driver; Al Keels,
bnttman; Cliff Brown? breaker; Har?
ry Weeks, nozzleman; Herman
Phelphs and Ryan White, bosemen.
All of the members of the team
were very much pleased at their
treatment in Rock Hill and stated
that they had a most enjoyable trip.
There was a very big cowd at the
tournament and everything came off
Chief Wilder, in speaking of the
work of the team, stated that it
c ould not have been better, and the
men were to be highly congratulated
on their perfect work in making
connections in the races. Ha stated
that he thought the horse on the first
day had become frightened at the
crowd and that it was this which had
prevented Sumter's team from win?
ning. As it was the Sumter team
made quicker connections from the
hydrant than any other team which
The thing the boys were most jub
liant over was the breaking of the
State record and the forming of a
: new record, which other teams will
have to hurry to break in the fu
J The horses and wagon were left
In charge of Messrs. Ormsby Bland
: ing and Jack Forbes and will prob
' ably arrive here some time today.
j The people of the city seem more
interested in National politics just
now than at any time for a number
of years. On the streets for the past
few days the chief topic ( f discussion
has been the action of the Republi?
can convention and now it is that of
the DemocratC convention. The sen?
timent is almost wholly lor Wilson,
with Gaynor generally coming sec?
At Leset s Movement for Hearth.
In the Paddington borough of Lon?
don, if you operate a tenement or
apartment house, you must sweep the
floors of all rooms once a day, wash
them once a week and open the win?
dows of all sleeping rooms for at least
one hour in each day or pay a fine of
$25. It may not be possible to make
the people moral by law, but the
borough council of Paddington believes
much can be done to make them
*X. J. Gorham Cashier Bank of
Woodville, Woodville, Ga.. had a
very severe attack of kidney trouble
and the pains in his kidneys and
bac k wa re terrible. "I got a bottle
of Foley Kidney Pills fron cur drug?
gist and they entirely relieved me, I
have metre benefit from them than
any other medicine." Stbert's Drug
CLEMSON Al.Ri tl bTl H.VL
COLLEGE - i ,
Enrollment Over 800 ? Value of
property Over a Million and a
Quarter?Ninety-four Toad let* and
Agriculture. Agriculture and
Chemistry. Agriculture and Ani?
mal industry, chemistry, Mechanical
and Electrical Engineering, Civil
Engineering, Textile Engineering.
One year course in Agricultuia.
Tw o year course In Textiles. Four
waeks Winter Course in Cotton Grad?
ing. Four weeks Winter Course for
< t pre session Of nine months
Including all fees, heat. light, water,
board, laundry and the necessary
Uniforms M33.K0. Tuition $40.00 ad?
SCHOLARSHIP AND ENTRANCE
The College maintains 1?7 four
year AgTlCUltUI I and Textile Schol?
arships and ." i one-year Agricultural
scholarships. Value of scholarships
$100 per session and free tuition.
(.Students who have attended
Clemeon Collage or any other col?
lege or university, are not eligible for
the scholarships unless there are no
other eligible applicants.)
Scholarship and Lot ranee Fxami
ItatlonS will he hold at the County
Court House on duly 12th, 9 A. M.
Next Session Opens
SEPTEMBER 11, 1*12.
Write AT once to W. If. Riggs,
President; Clemeon Coiioge. s. c,
for catalog, scholarship blanks, etc.
If you delay, you may be crowded