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ANNUAL WATTS (
To Be Held Friday and Sa
Prizes Offered.
The premium list for the annual a
Watts Mills Community Fair, given i
under the auspices of the community
workers of the miill, has been issued
showing a varied list of prizes for
household, garden and other products.
The fair this year is to be held Friday
I.-HIousehol
. Best jar of fruit
2. Best jar of vegetables
Blest jar of preserves
1. Rest jar of pickle
5. Best collection dried fruits or
I I.-Pl-ain Sewing
1. Best made dress for a child
2. 'est made blouse or suit for b<
3. lest imade shirt for man
4. Pest garment made by girl 15
.. Ih-st garment made by girl less
G. Best piece fancy work by wom
7. 1est piece fancy work by girl
III.-Fl
1. J'xnest collection of ferns
2. Finest single fern
3. Pinest any other pot plant
.1. Finest vase Cut flowers
IV.-Cooke
I. Best cake made by gi less th
2. Best cake made by woman
. est candy made by girl
4. Best bread imade by woman
V.-Gardei
1. 11est basket vegetables, one kir
2. Best basket vegetables, variety
TEACHIEiRS IAAM1INATION FRIDAY
Supt. Wilson (ives Outline of Rie.
quilrenents for the Exaiination.
Superintendent of Education IR. T.
Wilson has announced that the regu
lar teachers examination will he held
at the court house Friday and Satur
day of this week. lie has given the
following outline of the requirements
and the subjects for the examination:
Here You Will Fi
the Guide Post
Economy--Always I
Highway of Qualit]
1921
The apI
Merchandise
parel and h<
DRE'SS
See the beautif,
we are showing n<
bef ore they are all
COA
~ Deautiful new C
day, in all the newi
We have one for y,
LARG
We still have
S Foulards, worth $2
DA
OMMUNITY FAIR
turday, October 14 and 15.
nd Saturday, October 14 and 15, and
s expected to be a very enjoyable as
roll as Instructive affair. The Watts
tills band is ipreparing a special pro
ram for the occasion and will 'give a
oncert o, both evenings.
The following is a list of the prizes
iffored:
I Products
1st 2nd
$ .50 $ .25
.50 .25
.50 .25
.50 .25
vegetables .50 .25
id Fancy Work
.50 .25
'Y .50 .25
.50 .25
:r more .75 .50
than 15 .75 .50
an .75 .50
.75 .50
owers.
1.00 .75
.50 .25
.50 .25
.50 ,25
d Articles
:5n 13 .50 .25
.50 .25
.50 .25
.50 .25
t Products
d .50 .25
.75 .50
"According to the ruling of the
State Board of Education, applicant.
may stand for a primary certificate;
a general vlementary certiflcate; an(
a high school certificate.
"The primary examination covers
twelve subjects as follows: 1nglisi
Grammar and Language, arithmetic
playground and community activities
history, geography, civics and curren
Ovents. literature, 'pedagogy, bealtli
nature study, school law, and manua
nd
of
:he Da
FAI
)arel departmei
carefully chos
>me needs for i
EVERY ITEI
UP TIME
ul dresses of all kinds
w. Pick you out one
picked over and gone.
T SUITS
oat Suits coming every
and beautiful shades.
u.
ER SIZES
of styles in coat suits
se who wear the larger
e.
ECIAL
somie of the beautiful
i.50 the yard, going for
98c
IS-1F
LAUIR:
training 'and writing, Any primars
certificate will entitle holder to teach b
i first five grades.
"The general elementary examina- e
tion covers the following subjects: a
English grammar and composition, ii
arithmetic, history, geography, civics I
and current events, spelling, reading,'
pedagogy, nature study, physiology t
and hygiene, school law and algebra. 4
This certificate will entitle holder to
teach first nine grades.
"The high school examination cov- 1
ers the following subjects: grammat- I
ical analysis and composition, 1prin
ciples of teaching, American history
and civies, science, arithmetic, alge
'bra, geometry, foreign language,
ancient and modern history, and
school law. In science, seven sub
jects are offered and two required.
"To receive a first grade'certiflcate
a general average of 85 per cent is re
quired with not less than 60 per cent
on any subject."
CHAlLES PLEASANT SULLIVAN
Native of This County Died at Canip
11111, Ala., September 11.
The Advertiser has !received the
clipping below from the Tallapoosc4
News, PUbllished at Camp Hill, Ala.,
where Rtev. Charles Pleasant Sullivan,
a native of this county, died on SuU
day, Sept. 11. Rev. Sullivan was the
last surviving brother of Mr. William
). Sullivan, Sr., of Tumbling Shoals,
this coity, and is remembered by
the older residents of the county. Be
fore entering the ministry Rev. Su1lIi
van practiced law here and in Ala
hama and also contributed extens,ively
to the newspapers, besides writing
two books which, however, lie never
saw fit to publish. lie was one of the
few surviving former slave holders of
the South and w'as a successful advo
cate at the bar.
The following is the tribute to him
taken from the Alabama paper:
"Funeral service over the remains
of C. P1. Sullivan were held Alonday
morning at ten o'clock at the Mletho
dist church, the Rev. C. P. Hamby, as
sisted by Doctors Clark and Smith,
iperforming the last sad rites.
VIS RI
vis-R
L EYI
,t of our store i
en to anticipate
tour entire hous,
d1 FEATURES.
DRESS GOODE
In our dress good:
a large selection of 1
otines, Panamas, R<
most reasonable pric
SPECIAL FO]
SEPTED
One lot of Dre
ter Pieces and T
at
1-2
Remember the Da
See Our
LOPE
ENS' BEST STORE
"Charles [Pleasant Sullivan was
or In Laurens' County, South Caro
ina, Feb. 20th, 1841. He was educat
d in the colleges of South Carolina,
nd then .entered Yale College, New
laven, Connecticut, as a law student;
cad law two years and was called
Lomie on account of -the war between
he states. He joined his brother,
laptain Arnold Sullivan's company;
vas soonn promoted lieutenant, and
erved gallatly through the war. At
he end of hostilities, he returned
iomc, and finished his course, and was
tdmitted to the ibar in South Carolina.
"After his conversion, he- felt that
ic was called to the ministry, and re
sponded to the call of his Lord and
Bavior. He joined the North Alabama
L'onferenee at JBirmingliam in 1884.
lids first charge was Waterloo. The
neit year he was sent to Camp Hill,
(nd, his voice failing him, he located
and .har spent here the last thirty
years of his life merchandising and
doing good.
"Nature generously endowed him
with rare gifts. Physically, lie was
every inch a man, and possessied a
winning personality. His intellect
waz of a high order and firmly poised.
In bireadth and sweep of soul, he was
God's nobleman. To associate with him
was to feel the kinship of a real man
and catch the inspiration of a noble
life. He was a ChNistian with a '6
ligious experience. Ills religion was
personal as iwell as :prdfesslonal
something to be enjoyed as well as
lreached. Ills heart was enriched by
the grace of God, and his life was
beautifully consistent.
Possibly no man in Alabama had
a Ietter knowledge of the Bible thar
he, for lie was an ardent student of
the Seripture-del ighted in reading
and studying God's Holy Word.
"He was a 'gentleman of the oh
school, .possessed of that * old-fash
ioned courtesy and( quiet dignity
signs of the brave and chivalrous soul
His simlplicity and sincerity and his
winsome smile of rare beauty made
the world better by his having lived
in it.
"'His grand, white soul passed int<
eternal rest Sunday morning, the clev
Dper
OPE
s being crowd<
your Fall and
shold.
A WORTH-WI
DEPARTMENT
s department we have
>eautiful Serges, Tric
eps, Plaids, etc., at a
:e.
R THURSDAY
/4BER 29
SSes, SCarfs, Cen
able Linen, going
Price
te, September 28th.
Window.
RC(
---QUALITY MAD]
mth, at four o'clock. His nane will
Olways be linked nwith the history of
Damp Hill, and Is inscribed upon
3tones that do not lean or split asun
ler or gather moss, for his deeds are
cot perishable.
Meeting of Wednesday Club
The Wednesday Club will moot thbi
afternoon at 4 o'clock with Mrs. R. 11
Roper.
Mrs. S. H. Templeman.
Atte
Dodge
I have opened
pair Shop on I
between the
Buick places. I
to me for any
I have had exp
tory and hav
Dodge cars.
All Work Abst
Prices F
C. B. E
Formerly With I
Co.
NER
.d with Brand
Winter requir<
-ULE SAVING
MEN'S
We are showing
and young men's s
styles and models.
SHOE DEF
This is where ia
standing. You furni
nish the shoes.
LUN
We have just res
of the most beautifu
ally nice assortment
colors!
MILL
New Millinery c
the new shades and
fore it is too late.
)MP4
FE IT SO
a*utenf "li"' Wins
On Friday, Sept. 23rd, Laurons
High defeated Greenwood in the op
ening game of the season by the score
of 14 to 6. The Laurens boys were
slightly out-weighed but more than
offset this by their -pluck and dash.
The individual star of the game was
Hartzog of Greenwood, None of the
Laurens boys proved outstanding
stars but all played hard and Consist
ent ball. The next game will be here
with Abbeville, FrIday, October 7th.
ntion
Owners!
up a Dodge Re
East Main Street,
Studebaker and
Bring your Dodge
kind of repairs.
erience in the fac
e specialized on
)lutely Guaranteed.
Leasonable.
u b a n ks
Easterby Motor Co.
"he Store for Every
ody Looking for the
est at Lower Prices
7han Elsewhere.
1921.
New Quality
3ments in ap
SUITS
aur fall line of men's
uits in all the latest
W~e have one for you.
'ARTMENT
re place you in good
sh the feet. We fur
ENS .
eived a nice shipment
1 Linens. An especi
for hankerchiefs. All
INERY
omning in daily, in all
blocks. Get one be
LNY

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