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Plus war tax. Other sites reduced in proportion
These Pri?es Apply to Our Regular and Complete Line
Price unsupported by value neyer is an advantage to any but the man who sells
to make a quick "clean-up" and quit.
? reputable, unexcelled mileage tire made by a company that can and will deliver
all and more than you pay for is the only one you can afford to buy.
Sold only by Dealers
A New Low Price on a Known and Honest Product
SOUTH CAROLINA'S COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING and AGRICULTURE
W. M. RIGGS, President.
1571 \GUVS OF LANI?. VALVE OF PLANT OVER $3,5100.000.00. ENROLLMENT FOR 101?-'20, HM
OPERATED ? NDER STRICT MC HW RY DISCIPLINE.
t Agriculture, (Seven Majors,)
\ Chemical Engineering,
J Civil Engineering,
>: Electrical Engineering,
r Mechanical Engineering,
^ Textile Industry,
t Industrial Education,
? Ceneral Science.
Juno 13-.Tuly 23.
Removal of Entrance Conditions.
Agricultural Club Boys.
VALUE OE A TECHNICAL
A technical education is the
best insurance against hard times.
In earning capacity lt may equal
an estate of $50,000. For tho un
trained are the positions of pov
erty and obscurity.
Times are hard in South Caro
linn, but the cost of an education
at Clemson College is comparative
ly low-sufficiently low to he
within the reach of any ambitious
young man in South Carolina.
Scholarships, free tuition and
the payment by the United States
Government to R. O. T. C. stu
dents, still further reduce the cost.
Do not allow the financial diffi
culties to keep you from entering
college this fall to prepare your
self for the opportunities that lie
.SCHOLARSHIP;* AM) EXAMI
The collego maintains one hun
dred and seventy Four-Year Schol
arships in the Agricultural and
Textile Courses. Each scholarship
means $4 00 to help pay expenses
and $160 for tuition, apportioned
equally over the four years.
Also, fifty-two Scholarships in
tho One-Year Agricultural Course.
Those scholarships are worth $100
and tuition of $40. Tho schol
arships must bo won by compet?
itivo examinations, which are held
by each County Superintendent of
Education on July 8th. It is worth
your while to try for one of these
Credit for examinations passed
at the county seat will be given to
those who are not applying for
scholarships, but for entrance.
R. O. T. C.-Clemson ls a member of the Senior Division of the Reserve Officers1 Training Corps. All
R. O. T. C. Students receive financial assistance from tho Federal Government, this reaching about $200
per year during tho Junior nnd Senior Classes.
FOR FULL INFORMATION WRITE OR WIRE
THE REGISTRAR, Clemson College, S. C.
APPLICATIONS WILL BB CONSIDERED IN THE ORDER RECEIVED.
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Y.W.A.-G.A. Conference nt Seneca.
There will be a Y. W. A. and G. A.
conference at tho Seneca (Baptist
church on Friday, Juno 10th. Fol
lowing is tho program:
Song; 'Scripture read by a mem
ber of each different auxiliary. (Phil.
3:7-8, Luke 14:28-30, 1 Cor. 15:58,
il Cor. 5:6-9, Col. 1:19, I Cor. 13:
4-8, Isiah 40:28-31. Followed by a
talk on devotional, by Mrs. O. K.
Welcome address by local society.
Pantomime-"O Zion, Haste," by
Emmanuel C. A.'s.
Heading in concert of Auxiliary
Talk-"What Aro Our Highest
Ideals?" by Mrs. G. E. Smith.
Talk-'"ls Our Loyalty Centered
in Christ?" by Miss Grace Stribling.
Short papers (Persevering and
Ambitious Loyalty)--(a) "An Aux
iliary in Evory Church." by Miss Ada
Simpson; (b) "('an Every Girl be
an Auxiliary Member?" by Miss Mat
tie Sue Marett; (cl "How to Have a
Successful and Loyal Auxiliary," by
South Tulon Y. \V. A.
Prayer for our student volunteers
and our training school girls.
Dally Strengthening Our LoyaPy
to Jesus-(a) "Our Prayer Life." by
Mrs. I. E. D. Andrew*, (b) "Study
of Cod's Word." by (Mrs. W.A. Strick
land; (c) "Strength Through Ser
vice." by .Mrs. T. M. Lowery.
Special music - Miss Belle Wat
Verbal reports from evory Auxil
Open conference - "How to Do
and l-l ow Wo Do lt."
Lunch hour. 12.30 to 1.30.
Afternoon devotional-Airs. J. W.
Local Nows from Fairview.
Fairview, May 23.-Special: VV.
T. Meares, of thia community, re
ceived a telegram a few days ago
announcing tho death of his aon,
Ira Meares, of Portland, Oregon. Mr.
Meares died budden'y, following an
operation for appendicitis. He
leaves, ?esldCis his father, several
brothers and sister} to mourn bis
death. ' .< the bereaved family we
oxcov I '. ymp ithy. Mr. Meares had
spent ttio?it et lils life in the Wsot,
V. ?iii Qt) a -i'. to homcfolks hero
several years ago Mr. Moaros won
many warm and admiring friends,
who will he grieved to know of his
Remember, we have our Sunday
school every Sunday morning at 10
o'clock. The report last Sunday
showed tho attendance to bo double
that of any previous Sunday's re
port mnde this yonr.
The R. I.'A. will,meet in the school
auditorium Friday afternoon nt 4
o'clock. It is the duty of every pa
tron in this district to attend these
meetings, which are hold monthly
for tho benefit of our school and
Mrs. W. M. Hubbard and Mrs. J.
B. McMahan spent Monday with the
former's relatives at Old 'Picketts.
Miss Connie Thackston, a member
of the faculty of the l'endloton
school, and Gilmer Hubbard, of Rich
land, spent the week-end wHli Mr.
and Mrs. Paul McMahan.
'Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Meares and
children were recent guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Martin near Pendle
Mesdames Hicks, Tollison. Bogga
and Hopkins wore quite sick the past
week. We hope soon to hoar of
their complete restoration to their
usual good health.
George Singleton, of Greenville,
spent the woek-end with his home
Miss Lillian Meares, after an ex
tensive visit among relatives In this
State and North "Carolina, is ex
pected home this'wook.
NEW SEED CATALOGUE HELPS
Pamphlet lt of M itch AMistsnoe la
Planting (Urden-Prevent* Over
Have you received a new seed cata
logue? Get one-from a reliable firm
-for it will help you in plnntlng your
garden and prevent you from overlook
ing something you may otherwise for
get, say specialists of the United State?
Department of Agriculture. From $8
to $5 worth of seed will plant a va
cant lot or a small home garden. Sev
eral of tho seed houses offer special
collections of seed that are suitable for
various sized gardens.
The Rhone river enters Lake Leh
man turbid and yellow and leaves it
as clear as glass.
Song-"Loyalty to Christ."
Consecration Service-Miss Lura
Demonstration or Dialogue-Sen
eca G. A.
Papor-"Our Most Helpful Tools
-Mission Study and Porsonal Ser
vice"-Mrs. L. W. Langston.
Short talk hy associate superin
tendent of Auxiliaries.
Song; dismission. *
Janie E. Aloxandor,
.Associate Supt. Beaverdam
Y. W. A. and G. A.
All auxiliaries are urged to sond
representatives to this conference.
Hurry Raschlg, famous cornetlst
and band leader, will personally dl
rec* the Dunbar's White Hussars, at
the coming Redpath Chautauqua.
Mr, Raschlg's splendid supervision of
musicians at tho Great Lakes Naval
Training Station, during the war, his
far-famed London band and his nu
merous subsequent successes have
placed him among tho country's lead
ing bund directors.
NICOTINE KILLS PLflUT LICE
When Insects Ar? Discovered on Ap
ples, Plums or Plants Spray.
lng ls Recommended.
If plant lice are noticed on apples,
plums or plants In early spring, spray
with nicotine sulphate and soup (one
half pint of 40 per cent nicotine sul
phate and two to three pounds of soup
to 00 gallons of water), as soon ns
discovered. If thc lice are numerous
when applying regular sprays, the
nicotine sulphate may be added to the
regular mixture. h?jf It lu more effect
Iv? when used ft ?one.
When ll at fish OH are hen. both sidos
are alike, and tho eyes ure systemat
ically placed, righi una lei tr
Thankful for Kindnesses.
Editor Keoweo Courier:
Through tho columns of your val
uable paper we desire to thank our
neighbors in the Oak Grove commu
nity, and our friends in all parts of j
tho county for their many acts of
kindness and their many, many
charitable gifts of clothing, bed
clothing, furniture, work, monoy and
all that it takes to furnish a home.
Our homo was destroyed by fire
on May 9th, with its contqnts-save
two trunks and two chairs. And In
48 hours our neighbors had given us
enough so that we could eat and
sleep under our own shelter.
The old adage that a friend In
need is a friend indeed has been
proven, and while we aro no masters
of language, we believe that our
friends will appreciate that the real
thankfulness felt by us ls far more
than even the best writer might be
able to express. There ls no expres
sion possible in the English lan
guage to adequately portray what]
we feel toward the kind friends who
because it has
GENUINE OAK CASE
J-PIECE PORCELAIN LINING
ADJUSTABLE SUKI VES
Tho l'nst word in Refrigerator
construction--perfoct in both
porformnnoo and nppoarauco.
Thoro is nothing butter rondo
nnywhoro nt any price. Como
in and lot ns show vou moro
reasons for buying an fOdorloss'
CONEROSS LOCAL NEWS NOTES.
Hov. J. G. Martin Resigns as Pastor
of Coneross Church.
Conoross, May 23.-Spoclal: The
subject selected for. prayer meeting
Thursday is "Forgiveness."
Miss Mary Emily Lawrence, of
near Central, was a week-end guost
of - tho Misses Barker. She was on
her way to Walhalla, whore she will
outer tho teachers' summer school
this morning. While in Walhalla she
will bo domiciled In tho home of Dr.
and Mrs. Thodo.
The friends of Mrs. Nettle Hess, of
this community, aro glad to know
that sho is recovering from an at
tack Of rheumatism.
.W. Hi Hnynoj and family wore
recent guost-i of Mrs Haynes' mo
thor, MrB. Murphroe, noar Oakway.
They woro accompanied by Miss
.losso King was in Saneen last
week with lils brother, Julius Ki; 4.
Tho Sunday school classos of Miss
Janie Alexander and Miss Beulah
Barker (the Barracca and Phlla
thea) aro going to picnic In 'Mrs.
Hosso's pasturo this aftornoon. They
aro oxpectlng a lino timo.
'Mr| and Mrs. Lyton Morgan and
family, of near Central, wore recent
guests of tho Barker family boro.
Sovoral from boro nt tended tho
Baccalaureate sermon nt Walhalla
and expect to attend tho commence
ment exorcises during tho wook.
Mr. and Mrs. Mulligan and chll
dron spent some timo recontly with
Mrs. Mulligan's father, Mr. Cox,who
resides above Walhalla.
Mrs. W. T. Alexander spout some
timo recontly In Westminster with
Mrs. Cora Dil worth.
Mrs. Allco Bray and little daugh
ter, of Florida, are on a visit of a
month or six weeks to her' parents,
Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Frotwoll.
Wo uro expecting a very interest
ing program from tho Wost Union
B. Y. 'P. U. next Sunday evening tit
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Burloy and
daughter, of Walhalla, were with
Mrs. Nettie Hesso and family ro
Misses Lona and Nina Abbott,
Jessie Barker and Mlnnio Vaughn,
of tliis section, onterod tho toachors'
Bummer school at Walhalla this
Little Miss Marion Alexander, of
Westminster, ls spending some time
with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs..
W. O. Alexander.
S. J. Barker and daughter, Evan
geline, of Walhalla, aro In our vicin
Our pastor, Jtev. J. G. Martin,
preached a very interesting and in
structive sermon last night. Hechas
resigned his work here and has ta
keif a hold in Allendale, thiB Slate.
We wish him much success In his
now work, and it is our hope that we
will soon bo able to secure another
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Oaiubrell, of
this section, entertained a few nf
their friends y?stordny at an exool
ienl birthday dinner, il hoing Mrs.
G nm brell's birthday. Miss Suannio
Todd, of West Union, was among
! those who enjoyed the dinner.
Our Sunday school elected dele
gates to tho Suoday School Conven
tion to be held at Westminster on
noxt Saturday and Sunday, the dele
gates being Colle Abbott. Walter
Duckworth, Misses Gracie Abbott
and Janie Alexander.
have boen so abundantly generous.
And wo are again reminded that
every dark cloud has ? silver lining,
and it sure ls a dark cloud when
home and its contents go up in
smoke, but when friends respond to
neods like ours did, the silver lining
of tho cloud shows forth, and the
knowledge of tho fact that wo have
such neighbors and friends causes
us to have mixed with our sorrow a
joy that is unspeakable, and we be
lieve that the angels of heaven look
down on such with admiration.
While we will never be able to re
pay tho people for their kindness,
yet Jehovah is able and willing, and
we implore His blessings on all tho
good people of Oconoe.
Frank T. Petty and Family.
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