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Third Meeting of the Asso
ciation Held Saturday.
Stated Time for Future Meetings
Fixed. -Information Concerning
(lie Confederate Home.
The third annual meeting of the
Laurens County Survivors' association
was held hist Saturday, Col. K. N.
Cuningham presiding.
!y the courtesy of Cant. O. W. Daub
of the Traynham Guards the associa
tion had the use of the company's
Bplendid hall. Through a misunder
standing as to the day of the meeting
and the short notice given, there was
not a full attendance; there being
only about sixty-five or seventy vet
erans present; yet it was a splendid
After opening with prayer led by
Comrade .las. Wham, the minutes of
last annual meeting were read and
approved. Further business was sus
pended in order to hear an address
by lion. R. A. COOJ er, who was intro
duced in appropriate terms by o. O.
Thompson. It was a splendid effort
showing why the confederate was a
soldier, or why the south took up
arms in 1861. At the conclusion of
Mr. Cooper's speech a resolution was
unanimously passed thanking him for
his magnificent address.
Resolutions were also unanimously
passed voting the thanks of the asso
ciation (1) to Cap! Babb and his su
perb company for the use of their
armory, for cigars and other atten
tions, and accepting their offer of its
use in future; (2) to Captain Babb,
Sheriff .lohn I). Owings. Mayor C. M.
Babb, Clerk of Court Jno. F. Holt.
ex-Auditor C. A. Power. Deputy Sher
iff \. B. Cnlbertson. Mr. Claude Babb
and others for splendid dinner pro
vided for the survivors; (!'.) to the
good ladies. Mrs. James Owings. Miss
Maggie Smith. Mrs. \V. T. Dorroh and
Mrs. .lane Owings for the sumptuous
fare they served for the "hoys": (A)
fixing Saturday before the 3rd Sunday
in August as the time for the annual
meetings of the association; and.
on motion of Comrade W, P. Coker,
authorizing and instructing the col
onel commanding to appoint a com
mittee of five on program for the next
annual meeting.
Comrade .lohn M. Hudgcns made
- >me remarks bcnriug upon the pen
sion department and the Workings of
the Soldiers' home.
Comrade R. i\ Adalr gave the meet
ing some valuable Information upon
lie Soldiers' home; ho had been in
Columbia since the opening of lite
home and told how well it is working.
He pronounced it a splendid place foi
the homeless and destitute soldier hi
l.is last days. All of which was list
? ned 10 with much Interest, and ii was
;dso gratifying to those who had ln
bored so long and hard for the estab
lishment of this Institution.
.More or le?S discussion was had on
nil these questions by Col, T. 11.
Crows, John H. Finley, R. P. Adair,
Jobb M. HudgCns and o;hers.
? R. N, Cuningham,
' I Col. Laurens Fi. p t. r c. v.
?. <!. Thompson, Adjutant.
Aug. II, II"!'.
IIKVlVAIi M l.", l; i s IT RAIM'X,
Twelve Sow Voeesslons lte\. .Mr.
Vaughn's Kffecllve Sermons.
Kabnn. Aug. 17.- A good meeting
was held at Ha bun Creek church last
week in which the pastor. ES. c. Wat
? mi, was assisted by the Rev. A. I..
Vaughn of Piedmont. There wen'
twelve additions, and the spiritual life
of the church was greatly quickened.
Rev. Mr. Vaughn's preaching was en
loyed by all who heard him, and bC
!.as greatly endeared himself to the
people, to some of whom lie was
known before.
The fishing at Mrs. 0. \V. flabb's
was much enjoyed by those present
Mr. and Mrs. Qus Mahaffey of Lau*
renn spent last week with his parents,
Mr. Lewis Mahaffey.
Miss Edna Owens was the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Claude Wasson, on
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Babb spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Roper
near Fountain Inn.
Mr. Wlstar Babb Who spent last
week In llonca Path, returned home
I Sunday.
N< \> Residences Going l*p- Iccldenl
(-I Mr. M. T. Simpson Merchants
\ isii Northern Markets.
Cross Hill, Aug. ICth.?Dr. J. IL
Miller and Mr. K. A. Austin left last
Thursday for Baltimore and New York
to purchase their fall and Christmas
Mr. Con way Dial is at Stomp
springs lor a few days.
.Mrs. N. I. Williams and Miss Lizzie
Carter are with relatives at Walhalla.
Mr. .lohn Hanun Is making consid
erable improvement on his dwelling,
putting on another story.
Mr. L. P. MeSwain is building a
nice cottage on old Academy street.
Miss Lowry of Atlanta is visiting
the Misses Rudd.
Miss Louise Bailey of LUenton is
a guest at Mrs. X. R. Davenport's.
Miss Kate Addison of Due West.
Misses Hargrove and Fant of Whlt
mire are at Mr. W. M. Miller's.
Miss Roberts of Dillon is with Dr.
and Mrs. Pinsoil.
Misses Isabelle and Gladys Tarranl
of Mt. Carmel are with the Misses
Mrs. Bohanan and the children of
Rev. c. .\i. Ilollingsworth of Conyers,
Ca.. nre visiting Mr. Ilollingsworth.
Mis. Griffin and son of Greenwood
are with Mr. Jim Colomnn.
Mr. M. T. Simpson has been "laid
up'* several days from a fall. lie
was on a ladder several feet from the
ground and it broke. He received
several severe bruises.
There is a tent meeting near town
(ondueted by the holiness or "un
known tongue" people.
Mrs. Elizabeth Brown received a
message Saturday telling of the death
of her son. Mr. Aleck Brown. He
died at his home in Newberry.
Messrs. W. H. Leaman, H. R. Aus
tin, Cass Chandler, with their faiff
ilies and a number of other young
people, enjoyed a fishing party on
Little river last Friday.
Mr. .lohn Carter has been quite sick
with fever several weeks.
Death of Col. B. T .Bane.
Mis. w. b. Barre of this city was
called to her old home early last week
to the bedside of her father. Col. 1 >.
T. Carre of Gilbert, Lexington coun
ty, x.hose death occurred on Saturday
afternoon, the 1 Ith. Col. Bnrre was
a gallant confederate soldier, having
won distinct Ion for his bravery and
fidelity, lie was oho of the most
honored and respected citizens of
Lexington county, Mrs. Barre was
accompanied to Lexington by her
daughters, Misses Leila and Grace
Deli Bnrre, i nd Mr. James Bishop.
Delegates In Red shirt Be-l nion.
Col. Th?s. ?. Crews wishes it an
nounced thai on next Saturday there
will he a meeting held here to select
delegates to the Red Shirt Re-union
to he held at Anderson on the 24th
and 2"?th of this month. It is urged
ihat a good crowd be here on that
day. All who wore the red shirts
in '7?i are eligible as delegates and
requested, if possible, to attend the.
Anderson meeting.
Next Wednesday morning, the 2ath,
at 10:HO o'clock will he held the great
educational rally rit the sulphur
springs nettr the depot. The place
is known to nil the people because
most of the political meetings are
held ll.e-e. A speakers' stand ha
been erected and Seats provided I'M
the people. A big barbecue dinner
will be seised, including several kinds
of meals, pickles and various relishes
it's going to be a regular old-time
picnic and speakin*. and there will be
the biggest crowd here that has been
in Laurens in many a day.
The meeting here is one of the many
educational rallies being held in every
county of the state under the auspices
of the state educational campaign
committee, headed by Superintendent
of Education .1. E, Swenrlngen, The
speakers for the Laurens meeting are
strong men. and the people who do
not hear them will miss something.
Mr. L. w. Barker of Greenville, Col.
.1. I). Capplemnn of Charleston. Stlpt. 1
.1. E, Swenrlngen, Messrs. C. If, Roper.
R \. Cooper and W. C. Wharton are
to make addresses. They will talk
on the varlOUtl phases of educational
subjects. All those In this county
who are interested in these matters
Should make an earnest effort to get
here on Wednesday the 25lh.
Fuels ?ii Interest Regarding I.aureus
< ??uit1 j Schools*
Cray Court, Wute"loo. anil Shiloll
v,i;i bo added :<? the list of high
schools in the county. This makes
a total of seven.
Rock flridge school district, in Hun
ter No. is asking for a two mill
special school tax. Bight districts
have already voted a special school
levy this Slimmer with at least three
more to follow.
Miss Lizzie Hunter of Spnrtanburg
has accepted the Oak Grove school.
Miss Maggie Garlillgton of Colum
bia, who has done so much for the
Friendship school and who will teach
there next year, is visiting in that
community this week.
Teacher's register, library record
book, trustee's check book, and a copy
of the new school law are ready for
distribution to the chairman of the
board of trustees of the several dis
tricts. Please do not ask that they
be mailed io you.
The following schools have not yet
secured teachers: Mcrnn, Dials. Bet
fnst. Rarksdnle, Onkvill ?.
Checks amounting to $1100.00 l ave
been received to aid short term
schools. This money is from the
Garris fund ; md is obti Ined upon the
basis of special school levy. The
following BCllOOlS have received $100
each: Rabun, Forndnle, Prlnc<ton,
Mt. Gallagher, Dials, ihthlehem,
Friendship, ICkoni, Henderson vi1, le,
('enter Point, and New Prospect.
One of the biggest crowds that has
ever been in Latin us will be hero on
Aug. 25th, the day tor the educational
campaign. The people ; l! over the
county are Interested in education
.and are anxious to hear the hading
educators talk. The barbecue dinner
will be one of the finest that has ever
been given.
In an election held last Saturday
at Cakville school house. Waterloo
district No. ."? voted a special :t mill
school tax. thus joining the ranks of
other progressive school district.
Miss Pel Parrott of Clinton has
been elected as teacher of Hock
Bridge school. Hunter district No. 3,
for another year.
i Laiireiis Count; liitcr-Ilcnouiinaiionnl
SlindllJ School Workers To Meet
at Rabun Next Thursday.
The Slsi annual convention of the
Lauren a County Sunday-school work
ers will be held on Thursday and i'ri
day of next week, the 2nd and "rd of
September, at Rabuit Creek Rnptisl
church. As is known, tbis ;. Bh
Inter-denominatlonal organization and
ti e Sunday-schools of all the various
churches are Interested;
Mr. l. 1-'. Tolbert. secreli ry of the
convention, has been busy for the pasi
few days arranging the program of
the meeting; bo announces that
i among others Who will be present,
there will be Prof. A. G. Rcmbori of
Wofford colloge. Prof. Rombert Is
well kllown in this county, and there
will be ninny to bent' him. It v. F,
W. Gregg of Gaffuey will be nt the
meeting. Froiii LaUrcnS there will
be Messrs. Ciias. I'.. Hobo, C. C. Fonth
oraionc ; nd W. I.. Gray, the lust
named being president of ttic cohv n?
t ion.
The meeting will bo called to order
on Thursday morning and will ;??!
journ on Friday iificrnoou.
Mr. \ lex T, Hrou n Head.
Mr. Alex T. Hi own of XnwbeiT.V,
died af 8 o'clock Saturday morning
at bis hOlUC, from heart trouble. Mr.
ItroWll is a native of this county ami
bas numerous rein fives and several
brothers in the Cross Mill section.
At ?nie lime be was mayor of New
berry and at the time of hlfl death
was proprietor of the Ncwhcrry hotel.
He was a highly respected and much
honored citizen, and Ids death is oc
casion for genuine sorrow not in New
berry alone, hut in I.aureus county
where be was so well and favorably
ilroke His Arm.
Mr. Rdgar Blakeley, a young
citizen of the Holly GrOVC Section bad
bis right arm broken last Wednesday
as the result of a rather singular
accident. Wir.hing to call in a band
from the field be attempted to
mount an old store counter in the
yard when it gave way. violently
throwing Mr. Hlakcly on his right
side and crushing his arm and elbow
in a frightful manner, lie received
prompt medical attention and has
since continued to improve daily.
Miss \:> \ i'ooi.K i:\ i i:rru\s.
Tenders llcccptioii In Honor oi' Mi
Itlchtlng oi' KpaHnnhiirir.
Tyleisviile, August IT. ? Mi s Nina
Poole whs (lie charming hostess t<i a
number of her friends Thursday eve
ning i.i honor of her attractive guest.
Miss Pauline K. RIel ling of Spartan
burg. The guests were received by
Miss ({race Poole, then ushered into
(lie parlor where (hey were Introduced
to Miss Klebling by MIbs Nina Poole.
After a few minutes oi" pleasant con
versation, (he young men drew the
states and found their partners by
the corresponding capitals. The cou
ples then found cozy corners on (he
beautiful, lighted lawn. During the
evening tempting Ices, cakes, ami
fruit were served.
Those invited to meet Miss Kiehling
were: Misses Kosa and Hat tie Du
venport, Elizabeth and Annie Itichey,
Lila Hart, Annie 1.011 Duvall, hula
and I.ncy Dontinn, Llllle Peterson,
Mari?- Patterson, Minnie Lanford. Idly
Yarborough, Frances Patton, Merrl
niac I'oole, Annie and Kssie Drum*
inond, Julia Gilkerson, Willie Mae
Chiidress, Llln Chirk, Lillian Peter
son, Maggie Ihtrksdaie; Messrs. John
M Camion, Homer Bluckwcll, William
Lancaster. George Halle, George Pitts,
Albert Dial. Brooks Chiidress, Vnncy
Gilkerson, Eugene Fouche, Louis Ynr
borough, Grover and Paul Patton,
Donald Alexnmh r, 131 uford Hlakelcy,
Hugh Don nan, Frank and Will Wright.
Frank Little. William Byrd, T. ().
B?rdette, w. B. Clark, Jockey Murff,
? 'rover Peterson, W. I'. I'oole and
L. s. Machray.
Friendship Woodmen and Friends
Enjoy Fine Bay.
The annual picnic and decoration
ceremonies, held Friday at Friend
ship, Sullivan township, attracted a
large crowd of local and visiting
members of the craft, together with
their friends ol the surrounding
The ? xerCises oi the day, presided
over by Mr. R. W. Nash, past consul
commander, consisted of several ad
mirable and appropriate addresses
and memorial or decoration ceremo
nies, held in memory of dec* nsed
The speaker.*, for the occasion were
the Rev. .1. M. Dallas of War.- Shoals.
Senator .1. II. Wharton of Waterloo.
Judge O. G. Thdini'spn and Mr. C A.
Power oi Laurens,
The usuril picnic dinner, which |s
always umism.lly tempting and suinp
luous, was served on the grounds,
ami altogether a most pleasurable
Mi-- Lizzie Hawaii Euferliillis Miss
Ma\tielil, Other Hems.
():a. Atig. It}.?Miss Edith Maylleld
of Winder, Ga., i- tue charming guest
of Miss Euphemia Thompson.
Miss Barbara atid Masters Paul and
Francis Crier spent last week with
their uncle, Rev. B. II. Grler.
MiSs Bessie Byrd IS sisiting Miss
Mary Les. lie IK ar Ko< k Hill.
Misses Mnggle anil Jaule Blakely
|ef( FrldtlJ for a visil tO their sister,
Mrs. Veiling.; i.i Isings Mountain.
M ft. .1. I'. Dllin i d of Clinton s (sited
re'.stives here la-1 v. eck,
Mr. O
nil U :'
: . ? '
MiSS Li ihtgfin "I Hue WWt. who
is vlsltlns her sist.-r. Mrs. I fryson, en
tertained Thursday evening in honor
of Miss Mtiyfleld, The evening was
very enjoyable; progressive games
wer.- played and delicious ices served.
The guests were Misses Bessie and
Mamie Byrd. Jnnle Blukely, Alice Me
Cllntoek. Euphemia Thompson, and
Edith Mnyfleld of Winder and Messrs.
w. m. Dry son, Hall Fleming. Joe
Grler, ?lln Ilagan of Due West, ami
Alfred Neshitt of Woodruff,
Mitsicalc Fridas Evening.
O.i Friday evening of this week, the
Ladies Aid society of the First Meth
odist church will give a musical or
concert at the graded school audito
rium for the benefit of the work in
Which the society is engaged. An
excellent program has been arranged
and a most delightful concert may
he expected. Among the out--, f low n
musicians Will he: Miss Simsie Mc
Michael of ?rangtburg, Mr. .lohn
HlckS of Tennessee, and Mr. Marvin
Franks of Charleston, a small ad
mis- .on fee will be cl ai ged,
\> it> Send llojs iumI (."iris Oft i<> Col
lege inn Simiil ..Tin \ Should ho
Tllonillg Ill} l'r('|iimt(l.
"Wl ore inn i going to koiuI my 11*?>?
ntld lliy gi:l to school noxl year"? is
a question (hut is already agitating
the minds of many parents. Arc you
thinking o! sending them to college?
Would that he ihc wisest and tin- besl
tiling to do?
Tin* Laurents high school is at
tempting to do clllcienl work by giv
ing the hoys and girls that training
tin t will nuiko tin in better citizens
in this con munity. it is a school
tor pupils who have reached their
fourteenth yenr of age. and who have
been to school sixty to seventy months
or l nve done an equivalent in study.
I'upils desiring to i liter the high
school must show that (hey have done
this amount of previous work.
Tin' school consists of three years
of work of nine months to the session.
Tin- pupils have six recitations per
day ol 10 minutes to the recitation.
I'upils completing the course must
show that they have done this or an
equal amount ol work.
The following is a list of the re
quired I'M books:
First .'car: Went worth's New School
Algebra; .Milne's Progressive Arith
metic, book It; Montgomery'!! History
of England; Myer's General History;
Collar ami Daniel's First Year Latin;
Ruehler's English Grammar; Rials
. dell's "A Practical Physiology "; Web
ster's High School Dictionary.
Second year: WetltWOI'lh's New
School Algobra; Wentworth's Ad
vanced Arithmetic; Second Year Latin
Header. (Grccnough, etc.,) ; DnnicU's
New Latin Composition; llcuuett's
Latin Grammar; Tan's New Physical
Geography; Myer's General History;
Sott and Denny's Elementary Compo
sition; Webster's High School Die
tiona ry.
1'hitd year: Wills' Plane Geome
try; Dennett's Cicero; Bennett's Latin
Grammar; Daniell's Now Latin Com
position; Scott ami Denny's Composi
tion Rhetoric; Hansell'? Higher His
tory of Hie I'nlted states; (Mark's
Government; lllggin's Lessons in
Physios; Webster's High School Die
i ioua ry.
Tl.e facility for next year consists
of Miss Rossio I.. Penlross, History;
Mis- Lau: a Rnrksdnlc, Mathematics;
Mr. P.. 1.. Parkinson, Eni llsh: Mr. T
i'. Montgonierv. I.atln.
1'he do pa 111:> hi 11 p|ii n is used in
ICnel iflg >u that ? iicii pupil receives
the benefit to lie derived from a spe
cial teacher on the different silbj cts
Ti e Lnurcns high . bool Is f;<e in
regards to tuition tu every liny ami
girl in (lie county.
'"Where are you going to send your
ho> and girl to school next year"?
S'e.vf s ssion begins Se|,i. litib.
For further information concerning
the ivoi'k of the high school colimil
IliCate with 11. L, .lobes, superintendent.
clfv, who is a close personal friend
ce|v<d her-- (hill Senator IhMijtinilU R.
Tili:' ;.n of Snulli CarolInti. w ill be
.i i I what Seiiutor' Til Milan's theme
thai he will he in (Iiis coliiinUtilty,
and (hern will he many from here
who will go to Fountain Inn to bear
him Senator Tillmail b to speak
in ('hosier county this week at a big
fariie rs' rail}.
Re.I lliftll at Hock) Springs,
On Thursday of this week, the lOtb,
will be held at Rocky Springs church
the anc.al re union of Company F,
S. c. \*. I'siinily there is a large
Crowd present on these occasions ami
it Is hoped that this year will not be
an e.vC< ptloh.
I irst Open Roll.
Mr E. W. Copelnnd of Ibis city
brought The Advertiser the first open
cotton boll of the season, on Monday,
the intli. He fotind it in his field in
the eastern part of the city, where as
he ra.VS, his "early hank-note" variety
is planted. Mr. CopClnnd SCems to
scorn any oil.er kind of Cot ton, saying'
bis- early bank-note is the only "it"
in the country.
Roland Mosele> Maintains
Strong Lead.
Miss Zelle lihikeh l'<.Its l.iii'uc V?l?
I'lils Meek New Ktifrlo (?'real
Interest in nullit' of llallols.
\t i in- el use ni the In Holing, ending
Iho second week of The Advertlsor'h
(I real Popularity Contest, Uoland
Moseley still holds :i strong load over
all Dig contestants, his vole hohij
S.520. However, one of t!i?' greatest
advaiiccH was made hy Miss Zollo
lilokcly of this city, In r vole jumpim
from MO t<> 5,000. The two Waterloo
workers arc busy, Miss Smith and
Mr. Tongue, tiny being within ten
Voles of each other.
Several new entries nre announce*;!
this Week, and the contest is stirring
the county. Tho iistonlshing liberal
hy of the "Hits has attracted wide
spread attention and iho voting hi
in a n advert Iseini nt on a not hoi
page, Mr. MeCord who i- to furnish
The AdvertIstu' Hie piaiio Hint ^ ill i
given iiway, has something to say t<>
(he candidates. Head it. The piano
will he shipped in a short while ami
may bo Keeh at McCoI'd's. The olliei
prizes aii on exhibition at Hie places
named before. Oel busy, iri? is tho
time, the gnat COIItCi ' ??? - ? on, (hi
in to win.
Uoland Moseley, Laurens .. .. s,.'.j?i
Miss Zell?' Hlakely, Laurens .. 5,000
Miss Mary Smith. Waterloo .. 4,580
.1 o. Tongue, Waterloo.4,570
Miss Mary |). Sullivan. Laurens ilfi'M)
Miss Pearl Medlook, Ft. Inn .. ?,500
Miss Edith Sexton, Laurens .... 2,400
Miss Wilma Premiss, Laurens.. 2,800
Miss Edith Tengtie, Mountvillc , 1,710
Miss Kuelu Wolff, Cray Conn.. 1,250
Miss .Intile Kennedy, Clinton.. 1,100
Miss Nannie A. Hums, Laurens 1,15(1
Miss Satlle Culler. Mountvllle.. U60
Miss Louise Copeland, Laurent- III (I
Miss Edinonia Harreti Laurens IHO
Miss Jessie Thompson. Madden S2(l
Miss T. Crnlg lliiiin r. Oni. . . Tin
Willie III ainhh 11 . I t loll U50
Mis Nellie Pool- Li it -i' .... 52(1
Miss Ethel Whin. Laiin ns .... 520
Law rt-iii-.? Ail dr. Clilltt 'i. 51.0
Miss Sarah Folioi% Mfililil V l| 1 * ? 5 HI
Miss Mille Mm- liujdd, (Voss Col Mo
Ml VHMi helle Iii pi:. Ora.. :.
Mlsit Eiiinile Fuller ' . ? ill -. .
Mis- Marje lieiitieivdij, V.'at'-iioo 500
I' i i i ? 1..
I.<H \\. \S I? IM ?:? (' \ \ I .
i ? . , .
Mr. Mi'. MeNliioh Oil WitOU'loo Nil.I,
. .- ? Me
Ninth i. i.i railroad work in .\'<w
Mis. M. L. Coprlil ,tl and lilih
daughter, Iteaufoi l left Tuesday' f?i
a two Week's visit to Il< iidersonvlllo,
M|ss AlilC l.< !0 I St: ti kt l\ niie pf <'()
iuiiihia'ii fairest young women, was
Hit guest during tit- past week ?l
< luirjied \\ iih pi:.;-: i i M i'liix.
law ;. Laid.am Wlo r? !< ;.->??i mi a
$2(iu b?lid. pending ihe next in in of
Hu- criinfnal court -. i.ilr I'arktu aid
Owens, in default tit hail. WOte com
milled to jail. Law i in the week
however, I hey arranged 'he rctpilreil
bonds and win- a!, o i?)? used.
Ifrv. II. It. M. s, lej Mi re.
Hev, I Ian well it Moseley was in the
city purl of ia>t wei l: em] on Sunday,
in the morning of which he preached
in the congregation of the Firs I Hap'
list church at the grt.ded school audi
torium. In the evening, Mr. Mose
ley preached at a Union service held
ai the First Methodist Church, Loth
sermons were Strong ami OlOtplOnl
ami were much enjoyed hy the largo
audiences Mr. Moseley is travel (Yip
in this ' onntry in the inten st of (ho
Northern l!;i|itist mission hoard,
whose work he represents in Cuba.
Wiille in (he city he Wf.S IhC gUOSt ot
Iiis brother, Mr. Ohas, D. Mosi ley,

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