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SCHOOL NEWS NOTES
Of LAURCNS COUNTY
The Schools, Teachers and
The Waterloo high school, under
tin supervision of Prof. M. B. Self
of the l*iii\ersiiy of North Carolina,
began its work Monday. The open
ire., was the besl in the history of the
school. The people of Waterloo are
thoroughly interested in their school
Slid are supporting it in every way
The [??den school, taught by Miss
l?lln Belle t'opeiand, opened Monday.
Quite a number of the patrons and
friends were present to encourage the
teacher and pupils. The school house
. ? i) en newly painted and ol her
needed work done. Miss t'opeiand Is
a worker ami will go io work pi once
anil beautify liie grounds.
'?'very school in the county should
have a llhrury, ('.very librarj in Uie
county should l.nlarged this year.
Si >v.' to establish a library: teacher
and pupils lo work and raise $10,
; ? ' send to superintendent <>r educa
tion Tin- dislricl trustees will then
5fiv? .SI", (he county hoard $in. and
the st:it.> board $!?>. To enlarge a
II .11 y the school must raise and
C ? trustees ami state hoard will give
Tlie (Sreen Pond hlgli school opened
M mday with Mr. c. I!. Owlngs as
s : 'oriuteudent and Miss Mettle Put
in and Miss Cora liahh assistants.
'.' ? school opened with the largest
< .? ndaiice it has ever had. The iiuni
ll " Ol' I :!:?,;'. BCllOOl |IUpllS WHS UVUCll
la ?-?'v than was expected. The peo
ple if Oreen Pond district should be
i (I of their school. Their interest
in the Institution was tested a few
d<v- ago when the trustees announced
lb?.1 nearly $tnn would he needed, hy
private subscription, to supplement
nil lc fund. The money was raised
ill .; short time. A school that is
Ch' ? 'fully supported hy every man in
the -'istriet is sure to succeed.
i'O new teachers in the county
will hear in mind thai their certlfl
ca 1 nuts) be made valid before their
Cl i is are approved.
.-? iffletown School District No. i
V i ? I a two mill special school tax
.? - let. 6th.
low Is a letter from one of the
t -?.'es of Shlloli high scliool:
Cray Court. Oct. S. I
Ori Mr. I'iits:
reply lo your letter, will say ihn I
f-i i il opened with much brighter
pr riects 'han ever before. Il opened
Tc-'day morning; I ho chairiiiau of
hon I of irUsteps called the meeting
lo i der; led in praj er h.\ M r, II.
Wo'?:', then In. .1. S. W?lfl' mad ? n
i:.; t? 111 oi good advice to both parent
: n ! uipil. point in*.: oul tin- in.n,\ o|.I'
m" !ieS ai hand: .,i Mr. I.. S Molt.
to number of yours a Irtisfee and
pa- hi and still a siroio: friend of
Sin ,h. made some very well chosen
rci . i*ks which were full of htflplrn
ii<> ? o all presi iii.
? .; r the clialrnuin had urged
O Wood's Doscrlptiv s Cs
now ready, rives the fullcsl
information about all
Seeds for the
Farm and Garden,
Grasses and Clovers,
Seed Wheat, Oats.
Rye, Barley, etc.
AIho tells all about
Vegetable & Flower Seeds
that can be planted in the full to
tilvantugc and piotit, ami about
Hyacinth!,. Tulips and other
' Flowering Butbs, Vegetable anil
Strawberry Plants. Poultry
Supplies and Fertilizers.
F*ery r?rmfr und 0?r<i?Ti?r ?lionM
I i v* itila catalog 11 li liiv?ln?l)lf I"
IM hc]pfulno'< and ?ilRPOtlvo l?lp?!?r..r
i )irntUabln ?nfl -oil ^'">ry Mrci or
' irrten. CattOoguo mailed free on
raqueat. Writs for it.
I T. W. WOOD & SONS, ]
O Seedsmen, ? Richmond, Va. Cj
rents to do their full duty in securing
regular attendance, supporting teach
er and encouraging pupils, he turned
the meeting over to Miss Cunningham,
who made a short talk in which she
made very clear the duty of trustee,
patron, teacher and pupil, and also
the relation of one to another. She
also set forth her ideal of a school
and what she intends to do all of
which was oil the most modern and
advanced methods of teaching.
The majority of parents and many
friends of education were present;
their coming showed that they w oe
interested and ready to welcome a
teacher, so genial and hearty was the
meeting; 85 were present and 6 have
been enrolled later. There are ID j
in the high school department, under
Miss irmo Cunningham of Blshopville.
Miss Berta Durham of Flint Kill has
charge of the Intermediate grades,
and Miss liueia Wolff recent grad
uate of Limestone?has the primary
Von know of the recent improve
ments: room, paint, bell?all three
rooms can be thrown into one.
Neuis verj truly.
H. S. Wallace.
How To Cure a ('old.
lie as careful as you can. you will
occasionally take cold, and when yon
do. net a medicine of known reliabil
ity, one that has an established repu
tation and that is certain to effect a
(|iii< k cure. Such a medicine Is Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. It has gain
ed a world-wide reputation by its re
markable cures of this aiosl common
ailment, and can always he depended
upon. It acts on nature's plan, re
lievos the lungs, aids expectoration,
opens the secretions ami assists na
ture in restoring the system to a
heaith> condition. Foi sale by the
l.aurens Drug Co.
The Male l air.
Tito .t?te fair is approaching and
preparations are being made for a big
ger fair than ever. The opening day
is November I ami the fair will last
for six days. On November ?'? Presi
dent Tnfl will visit Columbia and will
address those who are here then. The
address will he one of the features of
the fair and other attractions are: lie
C'lemson-Cnroliua football game, aj
number of meetings of Importance
ami better > entertainments than the
authorities ha\e been able to secure
in any previous year.
More Than r'uoilgll Is loo Much.
To maintain health, a mature man
or woman needs just enough food to
repair the waste ami supply energy
ami bodily" heal. The habitual eon
sumption of more food than is neces
sary for these purposes is the prime
cause of stomach troubles, rheumatism
' and disorders of the kidneys. If trou
bled with Indigestion, revise your diet
let reason and not appetite control.
and take a few doses of Chamberlain's
Stomach ami Liver Tablets and yon
will soon be all right again. For sale
by the l.aurens Drug Co
The State of South Carolina,
County of La areas
Court of Common Pleas.
William I.. Bryson, W. Mates Bryson,
Wales 0. Bryson. Alice v.. Bryson,
and Mamie 1.. Bryson, Plaintiffs.
Sarah Bryson and Annie Sue Bryson,
Pursuant to a decree of the Court
in this case, all persons holding
claims against M. II. Bryson, deceased,
are hereby notified ami required to
present and establish the same before
me at a reference lo he held in my
olllce on the '_'m1i dav of October, p.Miit.
JOHN F. HOLT.
Clerk of Conn
Fh^ One Event in
.''.."."ailed by every
Columbia, S. C
?..' ovember 1 to 6,1909
.3OlfN MOIILEY, ['resident
A. VV. LOVE, Secretary
The Finest Exhibits
The Record Attendance
The Best Races
j Reduced* Railroad Rates
j PRESIDENT TAFT
[WILL BE PRESENT
Come to the State Fair
There Will Be a Welcome
Please Vote for He
My Dear Friends:
The Laurons Advertiser is going to
give away a mighty pretty piano, and
I want to Kt't it. Won't you help me?
I am the little girl that papa wrote
you about several weeks ago; l am too
small to work myself, or to go to see
you all. but papa is doing my work
for me. Won't you vote for me?
Semi coupons, subscriptions, ami re
newals to my papa, A Ross Hlakely.
or to The Advertiser office.
You can see from my picture that
I am too small to work very much,
but when papa cones to see you.
please give hint your subscriptions.
The Advertiser la a good paper;
everybody in the county ought to have
it. ami it costs only a year. A
year's subscription will ni\?? me 2'X)
votes. Try it a while and you will
like ir. And then too. 1 would like
to have your renewals: they count
just (lie same, if you owe The Adver
tiser a dollar, or any amount, phase
send II to mee. or to papa, or just isk
The Advertiser to credit the votes to
lue. 1 will appreciate titty help that
I any body will ???i\ e m>.
The contest will not last so much
Monger, so please send In your sub
[scriptIons us soon tis possible
Please vote for m>: i will ttirink
you so much.
I I N U. SI. I I I I M K> I.
Take notice thai on the Sth day of
November, UP)!?. I will render it final
account of m> nets and doings as Ad
ministrator of lite estate of Addle
Fuller, deceased, in the oillce of the
Judge of Probate of I?aureus county,
at ii o'clock a. in., and on the same
day will apply for ii Dual discharge
from my trust as Administrator.
All persons Indebted to said estate
are notified ami required to make pay
ment on that dale: and all persons
having claims against said estate will
present them on or before that date,
duly proven, or be forever barred.
I', u Fuller.
Adiuinist ra tor.
Oct. 6, 11*00 i mo
1 IN AI. SKTTI.KMK>T.
Take notice thai on the LMh day of
October. IAO?, I will render a linn I tic
count of my nets and doings ns Ad
ministrator of the estate of VV. VV,
Jones, deceased, in the office of the
Judge of Probate of I.aureus county,
at It o'clock a. in., ami on the same
day will apply for a final discharge
from my trust as Administrator.
All persons Indebted to said estate
are not Hied ami required to make pay.
men) on that date: ami all persons
having claims flKttlllSt said estate \\:ll
present them on or before thai date,
duly proved, Or be forever barred
C. Han Alb n.
IF YOU ARE PLUMB
TIRED OF PLUMBING
that doesn't work or last try < ur kind. ,
We'l) give you a job that will prove
satisfactory or we won't charge you a
cent t'<>r it.
HKT'i ER HAVE US OVERHALL
YOUR PLUMBING Now
before winter shows up its defects in
ways you wont like A little good
plumbing now may save you lots of
trouble and expense later on.
DoaK ? McKechnie
South Harper Street
Phone 2!>2 Laurens, S. C.
What about protecting
your property against loss
by fire. We have as e;ood
ias the best in the way of
I Lau re ns Fire In
C. W. McCRAVY, Mgr.
% Fresh *
1? ! i s| toast ies *
(?rape tints, i hit flakes
in ai*. ti^lit ti:i can,
I'i'g's, Seedless Raisins,
and cteanen Curruuts,
California Lemon cling
Jfc :ttt(l yellow free stone
j jfr peaches, Canned Peas,
i ^ Canned Tomatoes,
^ l4*resli ami domestic
jt; Sardines, Cheese, Hulk
and Bottled Pickles
Snow ['Make and Pack
jjj^ age Crackers, ImcsIi
iA, Vegetables from the j?
? Co.tst and all the sea- !f
sonable dainties, qtial
^ ity and prices right. ^
X KENNEDY BROS. 1
^ 1.aureus, S. C. ^
Staple Dress Goods
V in .IV: St.iti:
( )titi::->. Tl.ni.il Wool 1;
yvlliloi ill! i the II?.* lV\ i f\ ( r Is \
I'laiinek'tts, just tlie thiiig yoti \%*:itit
Vard wi it- (si '.uii. <uih
1 1 j Sean 11es? IV.eiiehc 1 $1 ;'Iitijj
1 ?4 Sv iniiv? iVntjleacl.ed Siiirti.i?
Specials for Saturday
Brogan Sh?es, Soli 1 l.o.ithef
Men's Waterpr?iof Shoos
See those Heavy Shoes for Ladies'
26 pair Men's $\.00 Dee Vcf II nul
to close out .it
Saturday's Specials in 5 & 10 Cent Store
Large si/c China Cup and Saucer only i<>c
Watch show window, he on hand, they will Hot last
long at this price, so don't miss this opportunity t.> get a
nice set of China Cups and Saucers.
Big lot of 20c 1!). Candy to go a^uin Saturday it the
sacrifice price of only ! >c II?.
J. L. HOPKINS
Books, Tablets, Inks,
Pencils, all that is
needed for school boys
and girls. Get a list
of the books your grade
will use and buy them
before school opens
and save time.
PALMETTO DRUG CO.
Laurens, S. C
WALL SHEET ARITHMETIC
10 nulls make < no tru?I.
i<> trusts make < no combine.
ii? eptnbliK * ntakt piu merger
10 iiterget*.*5 make out magnate
i magnate makes all Itu
Tlu ' rig hull Step loNvard llccoihiu]
the Step Toward .1 lliihk's i loot to l<a^ b
Laurens, S. C.
Wishes to Aid You to Become a Magnate
Inbttvini* Pianos it is well to remember that it costs
a great deal to keep Pianos on hand, also to ship and
re-ship for special sales. This necessarj cost is ad
ded to tin* price and the purchaser pays it.
1 sell Piano--direc t from the factory t" the pur
chaser, and there is no additional expense to he paid.
I lm\ Pianos front reputable Manufacturers and am
in a position to save you lunch tnone\ on a purchase
for 1 can sell at am price, li you want terms, mine
are the most liberal in i.u 1 I lit yoti make the lentis.
(iive jUe a chance, to s!io\v you before you !>r.\
Do You Want to Save Woncy?
L. A. McCORi)
QUICKEST LAID ROOF
OoHright Matal Shlnglos 1
durable roof Pour artistic deign*?fvrrv shingle made to fit into
another no solder, no -canh, fewer nails least lilting, littl/? weight,
less than half tin* work Proof again>t water, lire, lightning, wind.
Shipped painted inside and out. and will outlast all oth^r kind- of
rooiirtff. Let us show you thr four stylrs of Coftfiglll Metal
Shingles, and some houses in tins territory covered with them.
FOR SALE BY
Brooks & Jones, Laurens, S. C.