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SUPT. G. L. PITTS
TO THE TEACHERS.
Urges Count) Teachers to Vtteiul the
Summer School Ohes i.aw on
As las already been announced,
the regular spring examination for
teachers will be held In the court
house v?n Friday, May I Ith, beginning
at 10 o'clock a. m. Kvery teacher
wiio expects to teach in tin- public
schools next year should take ad
? vantage of this opportunity and le
gally qualify themselves for teach
ing. Many of our teachers hold ci r
tiflcates from standard colleges of
the Statut some have State certlll
ct.tcs. and some are in possession
of certificates that do not expire un
til 1910 or ibil. of course ties,
need not come to this examination
i nless they wish to make a higher
trade than they now have on their
The law plainly says that trustees
shall not employ a tcnclu r Unless he
or she, rs the case may be, holds a
certificate or its equivalent. The
t ounty Board oi Rdueatloh will up.
point new trustees it. .Inly to s. rv?
for a term of two years. They
should at Otice get to work and se
lect their teachers. Good teachers
are til ways in demand, and arc as a
rule employed early in the summer.
11 is a good plan for the teachers and
trustees to have a written agreement
as to the salary and the length of
the school term. This will sometimes
stave trouble, and is always more sat
The trustees and patrons all over
the county say: "We want good
teachers and are willing to pay them
Weih" Many are going to improve
their buildings ami some will erect
uew boasts. Three districts will
vote a special tax. Two are asking
high schools. Almost $000.00
have been received from the state
to lengthen short term schools. This
means that the patrons are becoming
Interested and tiro raising money |>y
private subscription. The schools
will run as long this year, ami in
some places longer than they have
in previous years, notwithstanding
the fact thai they arc not gctthig the
dispensary profits this year. All
these are signals of advancement.
There will he no County Summer
School this year. In fact, there will
he no Summer School anywhere in the
S'ate this year, except at Wofford Col
lege. Work dime at the Wofford
('allege Summer School tor Teachers
will receive the same recognition
from the county hoards that was for
mally given to the work in the coun
ty and Still? summe!' schools.
The session lor the present sum
rner will last only four weeks, begin
nihg Wodi esthiy, hu," its. und ending
Tuesday, .tiily 20; The faculty will
l><; made up from Wofford College,
Converse College, the Spttrtaubut'g
other nst itution
German, Geography anil Physiogra
phy. History, Civics. Latin, Geometry.
Algebra. Arithmetic. :c.-isi-. Physics,
Pedagogy. I'hyslology and Primary
Method-. A fett of *lt'.<." WiH he
charged, which Will give access to
all school privileges. Hoard may be
had for $10.00. The railroads will
most likely give reduced rates.
This will be a great advantage over
the C'OUnt) Schools. Here the teach
ers will he under the oldest and best
instructors of the day. and will he
thrown in touch with the most earnest
of their co-workers from all parts of
the State. I trust that every teacher
iu the county will eagerly grasp this
opportunity. Take advantage of the
^ change of climate, the rest, the recre
ation, and the social intercourse with
their fellow-teachers, and return in
spired for the meat work they have
If any one desires, v. rite Prof. A.
Q. Rernhert. SpnrtUUbUI'g, S. C, and
he will gladly send you ll circular
giving an outline of the course of
Study, names of tlie faculty, ami other
necessary informal Ion.
Ceo. I. PHIS,
Co. Supi, of IM.
Mr. Jordan's Mem ) Talked.
Kxpondcd sv:;;, for L. >*.- M. Paint jo
tlx up his house. if for sale It will
fetch a good price. The painters
said it was the three rail,,us of oil
they mixed with four gallons Of i ?. &
M. that did the job ai on -third lei.
cost than ever hefo,' . ll Coloring
Is bright, beautiful and tastltig, ll
won't iinvc to bo paint i agnin for 12
to l.'i years. bccatlKt tie I.. ,v M, Palill
is Metal Zinc Oxide combined with
White Lend ami wears and rovers like
Cold. Hold by:
.1. ll. ?'.? M, l.. N'nsh, I .mm its,
.1. W. Copclnhd Co. Clinton.
A human being breathes liboui 20
times a minute.
Frhrhtful Kate forfeit.
"I would have boon a cripple for
life, from a t? rrlble cut on my krtoo
cap." writes Crank Dlsborry, Kolllhor,
Minn., "without liuckleu'n Arnica
Salvo, which soon cured mo." Infalli
ble tor wounds, cuts and brulfics, it
soon cure.; Hums. Scalds, Coils. Old
, Sorer, ami Skin f?rUptlohS. World's
Itcst for Pilch. :.'??<?. at I,aureus Drue.
Co. and Palmetto Drug Co.
REH ITE ( W: is IXYESTHJ V I I I?.
N<? i:>iticiuc Iguittst Bjors' Work
Insurance Commissioner F. H. Mc
Master was in tho city Thursday uf?
tcrnoon investigating the charges of
rebating against Mr. K. !?. livers,
agent from Spartanburg. of the Union
Central l.lfo insurance Company.?
Senator Ii. 15. Carlisle, of Spartan
burg, representetl Mr. layers and a
iiumbei <.:' witnesses were exam
ined, among them MCssrs. It. v.. Copo
l: nd, M. .1. 0wings and W. K. Clardy.
When see.; by Tito Advertiser Ke
pot'ter, Mr. Mc.Master stated tin.: from
the Investigation t.r gathered abso
lutely nb evidence to substantiate the
charge. it is understood that Sen
ator Carlisle, in the COUrse of the In
vestigation, laid 'lie foundation upon
which to contest the constitutionality
of ;':?.<? At i which makes it a criminal
pffchse to give rebates.
Abolish the lause, ami >Ilserj and
Distress of radigestidii will Vanish
('an indigestion be cured? Hun
dreds of thousands of people who
suffer from belching of gas. bilious
:.' ss. soar stomach, fullness, nausea,
shortness <>. breath, bad taste in
the mouth, foul breath, nervousness
and other distressing symptoms, are
asking themselves that question
And i: these same doubting dyspep
tics could only read the thousands of
sincere letters from people who once
Sltfft red as badly as they do now, but
wi,.> have been qt^ckly ami perma
nently cured by the us ? of Mt-o-hn,
chips by' removing the cause, they
would go i > .the Laurens drug Co
this very day cud get large box of
The price <?: Mi-o-:.:: tablets Is duly
cents, and the Laurens Drug Op.
guarantees them to cure indigestion,
or moiiey hark.
Thin i " lean or scrawny people
will Und in Ml-O-nn a maker of tlesh
and blood, because i' causes the stom
ach to extract more nutritious mai
lt r from the food.
Cares catarrh or money back. Just
breathe it in. Complete outfit, including
inhaler $1. Extra bottles 60c. Druggists.
England and Wales have three
quarters of a million paupers.
The consumption of canned milk
among the Chinese is on the increase.
HAD QUIT WORK
READY TO GIVE UP IN DESPAIR
Restored to Health By Vlnol
"l war sick, run-down and finally
had to give up wank. After trying
a number of remedies and several phy
sicians, l was jus: about ready to give
up in der pair. I saw Vtnol ad
vertised ahd decided to try it.
and it has done more good for
me than all other means combined. It
has built me up and restored my
Etrcngth until I now feel twenty years
younger, and am alle to attend to my
work ngnin as usual." Job Jeavolis,
103(5 I.lnd street, Wheeling, W. Va.
The reason Vinci is so successful in
such cases is because it contains tonic
iron and all of the strengthening
blood-making and body-building ?le
rnt nts of cod liver oil, hut no oil.
Vlnol is unexcelled as a strength
rreator for old people, delicate Children,
weak, run-down persons, and after
sickness?and is- the best known rem
edy for coughs, colds and bronchitis.
Wo return your money If Viuol fails
to give satisfaction.
VINOL Is sold in (.aureus by The
LACKENS DIU (i COMPANY.
CHARLESTON AND WESTERN CARO
Arrival and Departure of Trains, Laurens,
EFFECTIVE JUNE 16, l'.?0*.
No. 1. Leave Auguste..10:10 am
No. 1, Leave Laurens. 2:92 p tn
No. 1. Arrive Spartanburg.. '1:05 pm
No. 5. Leavo Greenwood,.., 0:50 am
No. 5, Leave Laurens. 7:55 It m
No. ?. Arrive Spartanburg. . 0.80 U hi
No. ?:!. Leave Greenville.12120 p m
No. .'?:!. Arrive l aurens. 1:10pm
No.'.v|>. Leave Greenville .... 1:80pm
Nu,'Ml. Arrive Laurens. 0:25 p rn
No. 2. Leave Spartanburg; .. .12:20 p m
No. '.:. Leave Laurens. 2:82 p m
No. 'J. Arrive Augusta. '?16 p tn
No. ?'.. Leave Spartanburg .. . 5:00 p in
No. 0. Leave Laurens.?'.:.:"> p m
No. ti. Arrive Gfcenwobtl .... 7:50 p im
No."87, Leave Laurens. 8:10 h rh
No. '87. Arrive (!t'< en". illo.... 10:20 a 01
No. 52. Leave Laurens. 2:85 p m
No. 52; Arrive1 Greehvillo .... -1:0?j p m
Trains "86 and '$7 daily except Sunday.
Tri-woekly through Pullman Parlor
Car service between Augusta and Asho
vide on trains NoS. i and "_': North
Men.lavs, Wednesdavs an t Friday .
C. iL GASQI ;:. Agent,
Lauren*, S. ?'.
<;. T. BRYAN, ? '.? n. Agt.,
Greenville, >?'. C.
A.W. ANDERSON. Gen. .-' it t.
ERNEST WILLIAMS. G.P.A..
What is learned in the
cradle lasts till the grave.
Cultivate the saving habit in your children
by opening a saving account in their name.
Teach them to save their pennies?a child's
pennies are a man's dollars.
A dollar or more starts an account and
? earns per ceut, interest compound quarterly.
We furnish you a neat little home bank
Laurens, S. C.
> Nothing Succeeds Like ^
j skici:ss 5
^ For thirteen years the ^
S NICHOLS PHOTO S
\j has never failed to make p;ood. And we are still
5* improving it.
? J?tcf)ol? ?>tu?tc
Real Estate Offerings
ir.O acres land, one-half mile of Dial
church, with h handsome dwelling, 3
tenant houses and good outbuildings.
Come tpitck il" you want tliis |?laee.
Price $50 per acre.
52 acres of land jast outside of the
corporate limits Of the town of Gray
('(?tut. with one tenant house. Price
$:.<i per a< !-.-.
Two aero lot in the town of tlroy
Court, with 7 rooin dwelling, nicely
(Olio business hit. 00 t'?'< t frdut, I50
fei i d< ?? >? In towof Gray ('oui't.
One lot at Waits Mills, 250 I front
(?in buildings. Price $ 1.000.
One lot Hi Watts Mills containing
? ? ?
S$ (tores Of land near liralnlett's
church, hbiiiided by lands of \V, P.
Harris and .Inn, Iturdette. Seven
room dwelling, - tenant houses, good
Warn and out building*. Price $20
One I room Cottage, with hall and
2 porches, on Gnrlington avenue.
i in acres of land bounded by
Will Martin and Garrctt lands. seven
room dwelling, 2 tenant houses, good
harn an.I out buildings. Price $23
NO acres bounded by lands of V.
('. Ilclltims and Mitchell Owens, in 3
miles of Laurens; - dwellings and
out buildings. Price $35 per acre.
lit acres hounded by lands of .left
Davis and Herbert Martin. good ten
ant houses, and good barn. Price
$50 per acre.
?lit acres hind hear Owings station
hounded by land of .lohn .tones and
Tom Ur?mien with dwelling and out
buildings prlCe $35.00 per acre.
I00 ileros land mar ban ford Stat
ion bounded by lands of IJitlf Patter
son, .lanieii Pntorsou ttnd others with
dwelling und Tenant houses Price
$35.00 per acre.
?j'.i he res land near the Incorporated
limits of (lie Town of Kotintulh inn
bounded by lands Of llobb Taylor. T.
i'.. Nelson, Jim Adams ; nd others;
dwellings and out buildings. Price
li.* acres of laud, with dwelling, good
barn ami out-buildings, hoar Owings,
Price $3,500; terms made easy.
I00 acres of land. With five room
dwelling, 3-rooni tenant house, good
out buildings, near Hickory Tavern.
Sullivan township. Price $15.00 per
: . acres of land In town of Lan?
fot'd, with flVO-room dwelling. Price
< i .500,
acres1 of land In town of Lanford,
wiili tenant llOUS, at $80.00 per acre.
One lot ;.t LatinMilh. w Mb well
and 'J brick chimneys. Price $350.
80 acres of land In one mile Of Ok.
town of Gray Court, with two dwell
ings. Price $40 per acre.
5L' acres of land in town of Gray
Court, dwelling and outbuildings.
Price $50 per Rcre.
31S acres of land near Hab in Creelt
church, S-room dwelling, t! ree tenant
bouses. P: ice jier acre.
lap. I.V..,-? oil ?
holt place. (.;. KnoreO river: sis room
dwelling. 2 good tenant lam . - : u<|
store building. !': '.< ?? >. ? H.IO.00.
IIS acres Of land Dial's township,
known as the old Wham - homestead,
with dwelling and out-buildings. I'rice
SldT.?o per acre.
200 acres of land one mile of Dial's
church; 5 tenant house.- .?::<i p.-r acre.
Terms made easy.
7 lots suitable for building purposes,
.n tlie town of Simpsonvihe; prices
U27 acres land in Sullivan township,
0 room dwelling', good out buildings, l
tenant house. Price per acre.
OS acres land 2k miles Graj Court,
bounded by lands of J, II, Godfrey. .John
Armstrong and others. IViccSl.C&O.OO.
200 acres land, Waterloo township,
bounded bv lands of estate of W. 'i.
Smith, .). It, Anderson and taluria riv
er, i'rice $2,."00.0 .
too acres of land in Yo tog- towt hip,
ll room dwelling, two tenant houses,
gpod barn, Price i2.2~?<.
255 acres of land in Waterloo town
ship, known as the John V. l'< .<'. place
with dwelling iipd oiit-b lildings'i I'rice
:.I7 acres lard I miles cd' I.a
bounded by lands Mrs, liurge.- . Rob
II row h, .I ho. Madden and othei . t< .
an! h<.uses; 7 horse farm in ? I fivatiop.
Will he cut into lota "i I ?0 a< Cos each.
Price $20 per acre.
810 acres in Lauren- township, I ? >I
ed by lands of W. A. Mills, W. A.
Simpson l.udy Mills and ?thers, nice
dwellings, well supplied with tenant
houses, TI.:.- farm will he divtdi I into
50 acre lots if so desired, rat Ifihg in
price from $2fi to $50 per a< re or will
s. :i tho whole for $32,000.0 i
.".] acres land bounded i . !-.i i- of W.
It. Chock, Jno. Smith, i k w .. and
others; has good dwclli: | Ui t| 0 build
ing) . Price $1,300,
J. N. Leak
Heal Estate, Stocks and Bonds. Gray Court, C. S.
A Modern Home! c
Hot and Cold Water easily installed 4y
in town or country. It makes the
home healthful and attractive. A
house so equipped rents better, sells
better, in fact it makes life worth liv
ing. I Iiis is especially true if your
work is done in a sanitary manner,
using; Sanitary fixtures. This is our
way. If you have not already seen
us call to-clay. Estimates free. ?
8 Doak & McKechnie
\\V;1Uivcj? full lino of Clothing, &hocs> Ilhiis and
Furnishings. All this season^ newest selections.
Wo invite votir inspection.
? Tribble Clothing: Co. #
;f Linene for Skirting}
" Tlic in >st dm thle cloth foi this purp
nieciul ivt icle < ?tin < cl her
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r? Dl-i I Hi ,|<J .III .1 \\ mil i i ,.u
? \ nieelim of She., While Dini V Cl,
g I he in tin :? tit s have I ken it;ill ? o
% t!u ?.! !.? : ?? i loth, ? < ?1(1 (.loi
% ?.?thonstof time while oil
r. i.illrii into disti.se. \\ e oJ|< r ; Iii
<*< l II1S CI
?V is steadily on ihr increase. th< hin
2 wem find lent <>i lln l.iuinlrv ln-iht l!
"5k tin econonn ;eleclinj< tl
|W. G. WILSON & COMPANY}
When you buy a I
500 lbs of fir.st-cla.ss Fo
1200 lbs Stalk, Pulp anjrl
shredded and baled.
$10.00 per tt
$12.00 per ton deli'
Phone N<>. 1 I
Laurens. S. C.
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