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DO YOU WANT $20.00
FOR YOUR SCHOOL?
Then ItulKf >|i).i;o anil A <>w ?im i.ci it,
Kuj'H Tho Sinti' of South furo?
linn. Write for (in- let.
Editor The Advcrtlsor:
Tho rural schools of Soutli Carolina
have boon greatly Improved in recent
yours, but thoro is yei (in enormous
amount of work to bo done before tho
schools in the country will compnro
at ail ravorubly with the town und
A large i" r coul of tho imjmlation
of oar State is mini nnd agricultural,
therefore It every boy and girl is to
bo given tin equal cliniico for an edu
cation It i- very Important that our
people build up a good sy stem of coun
try schools. Tho efllcloncy of a coun
try school depends largely upon the
effort put forth in a rural community
by i' i trustees and teachers, If they
show that ihey are Interested and will
tain the leadership In Improving their
schools they will not fall to g< t co
operation from patrons.
I urge every country teacher and
trustee In South Carolina to ask him.
self the quest Ion: What can I do to
make my school hotter? Find out
how you can make it heiter, und go
to work with a determination to im
prove conditions. Success will al
ways attend an earnest effort.
During the recent session of the
Legislature a bill was passed appro
priating $20,000 for the purpose of
increasing the average length of the
school term nnd to improve the elll
cloncy of the public schools in this
St... ? ?. The stale Superintendent of
Education, Mr. ,1. E. Swearingeu, will
gladly send a copy <>f this Act. togethor
with regulations, to any one \vho will
write' him for same.
Every rural school should run longer
hail three or four months, so if yours
loei n'l run least 100 days, don't
roll o take advantage of this law.
It pr i\ it!-, thai any school Whose term
Is !? -s tii,in one hundred days can
s< mro $2.00 from the Slate Supt. of
EdU< itiou for every $ 1.00 ihm the pa
trons may raise. If any sc hool which
i UVS $.10.00 a month Will raise $10.00,
tllfl Stille '.ill supply $20.00 and thus
leu then thu i rut by one mouth. Of
Com ". any greater amount raised by
the . l.ool will secure a cdlTespond
rho State Board of Education has
i'?? ( itiy set isido $2,000 of the library
fund to be used by the School im
ipro^ men' association for prizes.
This amount was offered J ayear,
und 91 school., entered ?!?.? contest,
it \i estimated that $200.000 worth of
material Improvement resulted from
this conti st. it* your school 'Id not
apply las) year, don'l fall to mi ce an
offorl to win nprlsso this year. Uegdi
lailoiis regarding prizes can i ? se
ccured hy writing to Miss Theodosia
Dnrgan, Dalssoll, s. C.
I will ho glad 10 furnish any trus
tees or teachers in the State with any
information ! can thai will assist
them in Improving the o< millions of
t; dr schools.
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P'iM Agent Of Campaign Com..
Cross tlill, ^. C.
More than nine out of "? sry ten cases
of rheumntlsm are simply rheuma
tism of tho muscles, due to cold or
damp, <>:? chronic rheumatism. in
such cases no Internal treatment is
roquired. The free application of
Chamberlain's Liniment Is all that is
needed, ami U is certain 'o give quick
relief. Givo i' a trial and see for
yourself how quickly it relieves the
pain and soreness. The medicines
usually given internal;;, for rheuma
tism are poisonous or very strong
medicines. The;- are worse than
useless in oases of chronic and mus
cular rheumatism, For sale by the
I.aureus Drug Co.
The smart women nowadays dis
cards the sombre black silk or cash
mere hose ami requires stockings to
match each costume. Short stock
ings of every shade go we'd with all
kinds of gowns- -the range being
down from the smartest blues to gold
The Bed-rock ? f Success
lies in a keen, clear brain, backed hy
Indomitable will and resistless energy.
Such pov.t r comes from th > splendid
health that Dr. King's New Life Pills
Impart. They vitalize every organ
ami build up brain nu '. body. .1, a.
Ktirhi?n, l.lzomorc, w. \ r . writes:
"They are the best pills I have ever
Palmetto Drtif? 0.
One s,\allow (!<
h :t a single frog
Ohjccl In Strong tlnlleincs.
.Many people object to taking the
.str?m; medicines usually proscribed
i>.\ physicians for rheumatism. There
'; no need of internal treatment in
any case 01 muscular or Chronic rheu
matism, ami nidre than ;:'::?> out o'
??very ten cas.-s of the disease tire of
one or tho other of these varieties.
When iie-re is no fever an I little (If
any) swelling, you may know that it
is only necessnrj to tipply Chamber
lain's Liniment freely lo get quick
relief. Try P. sale by the
1.aureus Drug <?''>.
A Healing Salve for Burn*. Chapped
HuudH und Sore Nipples.
As a healing salve tor all burns, i
sores, sore nipples tool chapped;
hands Chahiborlaln's Sulvo is most |
excellent, It allays the pain of u'
burn almost Instantly, and unless the!
Injury is very Bovere, heals the parts
without leaving a scar; Price. 25
cents. For sale by [?aureus Drug
Among,, the late Importations are
cunning llitlo corsets, boneless and
of vory conrso linen, that take up a
im of starch. These have slender
stools with book In front, and are
prettily finished at the top With coarse
embroidery in liower (loss- Snshea
and sash girdles will be the fetching
accessory "f many gowns this season.
Mr. L, IL Faruham, a prominent
druggist of Spirit Lahe. Iowa, say>:
"Chamberlain's Stomjch and Liver
Tablets are certainly the best thing
on the market for constipation."?
dive thost tablet- a trial. Von are
certain to find them agreeable ami i
pleasant In effect. Price. 25 cents.
Samples free. For sale by Laurens
For weak ankles, practice walking |
on the halls of the feet on a straight
lino with the feet pointed directly (o
front of you.
.Monc? Comes in Bunches
to A. A. Chlsholiu, of Treadwell, N.
Y.. now. His reason Is well worth
reading: "For a ions time I suffered
from indigestion, torpid liver, con
stipation, norvousness, and general
debility.'" he writes. "1 could not
sleep, had no appetite, nor ambition,
and grew weaker every day in
spite of all medical treatment. Then.
I used Electric Hitters. Twelve hot.
ties restored a . my old-time health I
and Vigor. Now 1 can attend to bus- ;
IU ess OVOry day. It's a wonderful
medicine.'' Infallible for Stomach,
i Liver. Kidneys. Hlood and Nerves.?
". at Laureus Drug Co. und Palmetto
I Drug Co.
The be.-.t thing to make the hair
curl Is to beat Up the yolk Of a new;
I laid e :u iu a pint of warm ruin water,
ami bathe the hair with it just before
retiring for the night. Partially dry!
with rough towel, and comb Iho hair
i in the morning with the fingers only.]
liest Treatment for Colds.
".Most ordinary colds will yield to
the simplest treatment." says the Chi
cago Tribune, "modorativO laxatives,
hoi foot baths, a free perspiration,!
and an avoidance of exposure to cold |
.and wet after treatment." While
I this treatment is simple, it requires
adopting it must remain in doors for
i day or two, or n fresh cold is almost !
' turn to lie contracted, nnd In many
Instances pneumonia follows. Is it
not better to pin you.- faith to an old
reliable preparation like Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy, that is famous
for Its cttres of colds and can always
be depended upon? For sale by the
i Laureus Drug Co,
HERE IS RELIEF FOR WOMEN.
if yon have palna In the back, Urtuary, Bladder
or. Kidney trouble and waut a certain, plcasaot
herb relief from Women's Ilia, try Mother Gray'a !
? AI si K.\l-IAN-I.i:.Vr." It is an if., r
ro/ulator, and relievos ?? Female Wcakneste*,
lucluding Inflammation ami ulceratton*. Mother
Qrny'a Aiiatrnlluit-I^uf Id Bold by Orugtflxts ?r
seat i>y matt for .">) ct* Sample ?>nt'
Address, The Mother tiray Co., bo Roy, N.V.
Died in dtp Field.
Ed Henry, a negro tenant on Mr.
K. A. Hamilton's place a few miles be
low the city, died Saturday nmlng
in a field where he had been plowing
during the mot;uing. About :? o'clock
tils will- carried him some water and
took the plow herself in order to let
Kd rest a while. Halt' an hour later,
after completing some plowing at the
further side of the Held, she returned
to the place whore she had left her
husband to llnd him sitting up against
a terrace cold in death.
Dr. .1. T. Poole hehl the post mortem
examination and announced at the
Coroner's Inquest which was held on
Sunday morning, that death was due
to epilepsy. The inquest jury return
ed a verdict accordingly.
DH. CLIFTON JONES
Office in Simmons Building
Phone: Office No. 86; Residence 219.
The Implement Co.,
It is very important both for
effective and economical work to
cflie best of
hir Now Do80rlptiv<
t issued tblls ail about the best V
o and labor-saviug mach i.c" ?
Our Now Descriptive Catalog
one of the best and most in- A
leiboiing implement Ualalogs is- [?
sued. Mailed free on request.
Wc nrc also headquarters for
Farm Wagons, Buggies,
Barb Wire, Fencing,
V-Crimp and other Roof
ing, Gasoline Engines,
Say? and Planing Mills.
Write for prices and catalogs.
The Implement Co.,
1302 Main St.. ? Richmond, Va.
To secr.ro independence?practice simple
?^? ceoliomv?2 a bank account.
?L Economy requires some courage, ordinary energy
sfc and tiie capacity <>f ordinary brains, and results
^ order, system, tuetliod,?and dividends.
?"^H licononn and a bank account. That sounds
juccess, not occa.-i uiallv, but
\Ve want you to have a batik account at this
bank, and deposit the results of your economies to
your credit, with us.
The Bank for Your Savings.
Women, worn and tired from overwork, need a
tonic. That feeling of weakness or helplessness will
?not leave you of itself. You should take Wine of
Cardui, that effectual remedy for the ailments and
weaknesses of women. Thousands of women have
tried Cardui and write enthusiastically of the great
benefit it has been to them. Try it?don't experiment
?use this reliable, oft-tried medicine.
The Woman's Tonic
}rra. iRena, TTarc, of Tierce, Fla., tried Cardui and afterward
WTote: "I was a sufferer from all sorts of female trouble, had
pain in my side and legs, could not sleep, "had shortness of breath.
''[ suffered for years, uuiil my husband insisted on my trying
Cardui. The first bottle gave me relief and now I am almost Kell.
Try Cardui. 'Twill help you.
AT ALL DRUG STORES "
The Re = lnsurance of the outstanding business of the Southern Life Insurance Company of Fayetteville, N. C., by the
J e f f e r 5 o n Standard Life Ins u ranee C o m p any
firo Saves to the South the Golden Stream of Dollars which would have gone to the North if this business had been secured by a Northern Company, which
indisputably proves that the Jefferson, with its surplus to policy holders of $493,498.03 is the strongest in the South and that it is abl? to come to the
flp rescue of Southern Policy Holders.
The reinsurance agreement by which every policy
holder iti the Southern 1?. 'incomes a policy holder lit
the JEFFERSON has the full approval of the Insurance
Department of North Carolina, The full reserves deposi
ted by the Southern Life with the North Carolina Insur
ance Department for the protection of the policy holders
of the Southern have been transferred to the JEFFER
SON, but under the North Carolina law will remain in
the custody of the Department, and additional deposits of
secttri ties to protect additional reserves required will he
ina<Se by the JEFFERSt )N as premiums on titele policies
T~^<y<:CW\-%-^>' ^vT ^iliaH i J'vm-' Mi I about S51 l,OOO.c
Hon. F. H. McM?STER, Insurance Commissioner of South
1>I am very much pleased to learn of the purchase of
the Southern Life Insurance Company of Fayetteville, by
the Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Company, of Raleigh.,
This means the re-insurance of the policy holders of the
former in the Jefferson Standard, which is one of the strong
est Southern Companies. The Jefferson has assets of
about s511,000.0?j, of which $250,000.00 capital, and
general surplus, or $480,000.00 is a surplus to
.i^ap 4 8
The policy holders of the Southern Life are now in
a strong Company which is above reproach"
f\ LILI'.S & LILKS,
Mgrs., Orangeburg, S. C
As a Southern Policy-Holder Don't You Want to be Protected by the Jefferson Standard?
As an Agent don't you want to carry the Jefferson's "Declaration of Independence to the Family" into the homes of your friends?
Raleigh, N, C.
If Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Co.
JOS. G. BROWN,
P. D. GOLD, Jr.,
ist Vice-Pres. and (ien. Mgr.
CHAS. VV. C< >LI>.
Sec. and Supt. Agencies.
1). VV. COCHRANE
Manager, Laurctis, VS. C