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LAND AND WATER!
See me about selling that property of yours or about
buying before you buy. del my plan it never faiies when
I can get a buyer.
1 have a lot of choice property in Clinton for sale, write
or phone me and see it' I can interest \<>n.
P. S. Jeans
CLINTON, S. C.
BELL PHONE, NO. 75
Buy a Farm Now! |
In the fall of the year is the time the to luiv a nice
farm, you will soon have to plan foi next years work, so ^7
come let us show what we have listed. ^
We have recently had some exceptional nice farms
listed foi sah- ranging from 2 1 to sod acres. I'rices from
$15.00 on up. We have farms all over the county well
located as to Neighborhood, Churches and Schools and
we can please from oui list.
C. A. Power, Mgr. Real Estate Department.
Now Is The \ ime
Sullivan's Store The Place
Just arrived a lot of tine Seed Wheat, Seed Uye and Barley, 1000
bushels pure Indian'Territory Uod liusl Proof Oats the kind that grow
tall and head heavy free from Holl VVovil. Wo have received within the
last week one car Henry Clay Flour the hosl on earth, a car of Copy
right and a car of the Heal Second Patent Flour, price right. We
handle fresh water ground Corn Meal, ground oui besl Rast Tennessee
White Com. Fresh lot of While Luke Fish in kits, reliable brand of
Cheese none better, fresh juicy Hut is. Sun Cured Dried Apples, ami a
lot of other goods too numerous to mention here.
We cany a nice line of Shoes, can save you money if you will trade al
J. H. Svillivan
Headquarters for Bagging and Ties
IIWHMI IIHIIfllHm Mill IWll IfHlMn?TT HT
SCHOOL OPENED MONI >A V.
For all the grades may be had before
Tablets, Inks, Pencils.
All School Supplies
Come here for your wants
Dr. Posey's Drug Store
Laurens. S. C.
J. X. Leak, I?res. .1 l\ Doiroh, Sec'y. Jl
jj. We hope to merit the business "i lhe public al large J|
j^P and solicit same. J|
8SP Applv t<> US foi ti l It: ?
?fc Southern Co-Operative *t
^ Collection Agency f4
9% Gray Court, S. C. Ji
|^ Rusines placed with Ihr firm will receive prompt jg|
|J all? ntion. J>
SCHOOL NEWS NOTES
OF LAURENS COUNTY
The Schools, Teachers and
Miss Minnie Wallace <>r Newborry
was on the streets or Laurens Satur
day. She was on Ihm way to llabun
where she began school Monday.
Miss Wallace has the reputation of
being a very fine teacher. The peo
ple of Rabun are very fortunate In
being able to Becure her services.
Miss Jessie Trotter began work at
the Copelaild school Monday; Miss
Lizzie Hunter at Oakville, and Miss
Mamie Byrd at the Fleming school.
Miss tOnunn Dial of Owings was in
town Saturday on business. Miss
Dial will teach again at Friendship in
Tin? new school houses at Uabuu,
liendersonville and Fleming add great
ly to the appearance of the community
and will add much to the comfort and
progress of the children.
Mr. ('.. P. Peden lie-ins school this
week at Brewertou.
I.aureus county may well he proud
of the school advantages at the mill
villages. At Cloldville the school is
in charge of Miss Jailie Chalmers of
Newberry. Miss Chalmers is a line
teacher ami is doing good work.
At the Lydia mill Mr. Hohl. S. Owens
is principal, with Mrs. Annie Oxner as
assistant. Mrs. Oxner is from New
berry. This school is a brunch of
the Clinton graded and high school
and is under the supervision of Prof.
B. 11. Hall. They have already en
rolled more than 60 pupils, which more
than doubles the number of any pre
vious year. The children attend reg
ularly and an' interested in their
work. The books for u tlrst class
library have been ordered and are ex
pected SOOII. They have a nice house
with patent desks, charts, globes,
maps. etc. The mill authorities have
promised them a nice brick building
by the beginning of the next session.
The children of the Clinton mill at
tend the Clinton graded and high
school, which means that they enjoy
the advantages ol one of the liest
schools in the county. The school
building is located on the edge of the
mill village which makes it convenient
for every one.
The (.aureus mill school is a branch
of the Laurens city schools and is
under the supervision ol I'rof.H. I..
.lom s. They have a beautiful build
ing and every modern convenience.
Miss Mary Simpson teaches the third
ami fourth grades with 40 pupils;
Miss Irene Hay has charge of the sec
ond grade and has 27 pupils; Miss Lila
Hart has the Urs I grade and has
pupils: Miss Thames has charge of
the kindergarten department with Hi J
pupils. The children above the fourth
grade attend the city school.
The Watts mill school is succeeding |
wonderfully under the management of
Prof. A. W. Fisher, with Mrs. (lurretl I
as assistant and Miss Com well in
charge of the kindergarten department.
The enrollment is already more than
double what it has been in previous
years. They have a nice building ami
beautiful grounds. A new library will
be installed real soon.
I These schools all run nine mouths
ami tuition is tree during the entire
lime It is gratifying to know that
most of our mill children are in school
ami that they all have a good free
school within easy reach of them.
Below is a clipping from The Stale
which should he of interest to many
teachers and trustees;
"The school law of this state re
quires every teacher in a public school
of any kind to have a certificate to
teach. The stale superintendent of
i education has recently called attention
) to the law. and a circular letter calling
I particular attention to this require
meat has recently been sent by the
high school inspector to the principal
of every state aided high school. Not
withstanding all these, dozens of
teachers in these schools throughout
the state are yet without certificates.
Most of them are depending upon their
diplomas. A diploma does not entitle
the holder to teach; a diploma from
nil accredited college gives the holder
the right to a Certificate to teach.
Some of these schools are going to
lind themselves emharrassed. since no
money whatever will he sent to any
of these schools until every teacher
in it has a valid Certlflcitto".
in The Tuft Itimuuct.
Mai. J. T. A. Bflllew of the Lisbon
section lias received an invitation to
the Tatt banoiiot in Columbia on No
vember fitll. Mr. Bllllew has accept
ed the invitation.
Mure Than tinotlgll Is Tun Much.
To maintain health, a mature man
or woman needs just enough food to
repair the waste and supply energy
and bodily heal. The habitual con
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,
lit reason and not Appetite Control,
ami lake a few doses of Chamberlain's
Stomach ami Liver Tablets and von
will soon be till right again. For sale
by the Laurens Drug Co.
? KKK'S I > KXTS V I It UH >.
Heath of Little *mi ul' Mr. and Mrs.
\V. V. ItaUlwin.
Rnbuu. Oct. Is Rev. IC. C NVtUsoii.
pastor oi Raima (.'reek church, not
being nble to till bis regular appoint
ment yesterday bad Mr. Ilarnett. one
of Karma a university's students, lo
take Iiis i?laee, Mr. Ilarnett preached
a Very line aiul Interesting sermon
from the fourth eliajiter and IIrid verse
Dr. Marvin I hi li b ol I Ionen Path
passed through Wodnesdny for a short
visit to his parents. Mr. and .Mrs l.
It. IJnbb. in t!reen I'ond eotuiuunity.
Mrs. I ait her Armstrong and children
spent one day last week with h<-r
mother, Mrs. Itebecca Owens.
Mr. und vis. <:. W. iiabb sjieni sov
oral days last week with her brother,
Mr. Winston Smith of Pol/.or.
Mrs. It, A. Owens and daughter, \liss
l-?lna. were the guests of Mr. ami Mrs.
(Maude Wasson of Friendship last
Mr. Ncshltl Million spent Saturday
nielli with Messt'.- Stewart ami l.iiU
Mr. J. It, Ilarnett spent Sunday niglii
With Mr. W. A. I'.aldw ill.
Mrs. Itoberl llellams of Hickory
Tavern spent Sunday with her parents.
Mr. ami Mrs. \\ \l. Spine,
The home of Mr. and Mrs W A
llnldwiit was saddened last Tuesday
afternoon when the deal It niigcl otiine
and took from Ihoiii their little Infant
son. aged two mouths und ?' da>
Another Utile lutnb has gone
To dwell with him who gave;
Another little dai'lillg hylic
Is sheltered in (ho grave.
Cod needed Olli- lllol e llllgl I ellild
\Ulillsl Ills shilling hand.
And so he hetit with loving smile
Ami Clasped our darling'! hand
The books of the Counts Treasurer
will he open for the collection ol Stale,
County ami Coiuinutalion Knud Taxe
for fiseal year. IIMHI. at the Treasurer's
olliee from Oelnber I .Mil In lleci'iliber
lllst, P.MIil. Aftei December :!lst, one
per cent will he added. After .1 mill
nry .".1st. Inn per cent, will bo added,
ami after Februar) 2*1 Ii, seien per
cent, will he added till Hie I .Mil da\ ul
.March. Pile, when the I.lo will he
All persons owning ; ropOrty in more
than one township are requested lo
<-all for receipts in eiieh ol' (lie several
towusliips in which the properly i hi
hated. This is important, a- uddlliou
al cost and penally ma\ lie ; Itneliod.
All able-bodied male oitiitoiis he
tvveen the aio-s of ?I nod lifl years Of
hgO are liable to ph> a poll |IIN of > I
except old sOldiei'S. who are exempt
at ill'ty years 01' age Comiuiitation
Road Tax $I.Utl in lieu ol rtilid duty.
Road Tax to he paid h> (he 1st day
of March. IlHt?. Other tax.- lei be
paid at tie- lime slated above.
I'rompi attention will P.- given those
who wish to pay lliolr taxes through
the mail l>> check money-order, etc,
Persons sending in list's ol naiiioi
lo he taken off are requested to send
them early, ami g|Ve the township 01
each, as the treasurer Is very busy
du ring the lliont Ii oi I leeomber.
The ta\ lev y Is as lo! low -
Stale Tax . '.'i Mill.
Ordinary ('mint \ Ta >. ?'', \| ii |
Special Kai I road Tax ... I Mill
Constitutional School Taxi ?' Mill
SIM ( I \ I St IIOOI S
I,aureus I mi nship.
litiurens No. 11
Trinity lildge No. i
Maddens No : .
N'arnie No. .
I'.ail.-v s No I .
Mills No. .'. .
Oak Ciove No l! .
\ minus Ton nship,
Voungs' No. ;.'
I'oii ill a in I ii ii N<> I'.h
I .tin ford No in .
Ota No ;.: .
Rials l ow nship
Oreen Pond No. I ...
Shiloh No :: . .
(Irnji t onri t ivv ing! Nu
I Hals I 'hill eh No . .
Sullivan ! aU lislll|i
Princeton No 1 .
No i .
Tumbling Shoals No >. . .
Ilrewerton No '? .
Sullivan Tow nship Pail I dull
\\ iilerlnii l ew n-hip.
Waterloo No II.? Ml
Mt. Oullnglior No I . U Ml
llethlehem No : ! VIi
Kkom No II ... . Ml
Mt. Pleasant No I!. ! Ml
( rftss II ill low lishlp.
Hill No i : .
Hill No I .
Hill No JJ .
Hill N... I .
Hill No .
Hill No. ?'. .
Iliintcr Tow nship,
Mount v Hie No. |i; . t1Mills
Hunter No. 2 . :.' Mills
ihinter No. '< . - Mill
Clinton No. .". .'. Mills
SeilflleluU ii l oo n-hip.
I.atifonl No. Ill . : M
Ora No. 1-' . ll Ml
I. D MOCK
October 1. I'ju'.i.
A New Design
In Cut Glass
Wo desire lo call yotit attention to the fad that
we are showing ,i new and hcautifttl line of
Hand Pebbled Cut Glass
I he Newest Pattern Out.
We also ask the public lo hold .ill Iheii orders fot
the Holiday hade until they sec out line Which will he
on exhibit in a few days. I Mouse note that all out
holida\ g'oods will he displayed on the second floor.
Kntrtincc from ??m store and not its before.
PALMETTO DRUG CO.
I .aureus, S. C.
WALL STREET ARITHMETIC
111 mill . make one 11 list.
10 1111si i m.il.<- iiuo romhine.
11 > i >mihiiU'S make ?? 111 met got.
in mergers make one magnate.
i itiaguali makes all 11 it
The Original Slcp Toward lleeouiiug a Magnate i^
ihr Step Toward a hank's I loot Ui |,a\ by VoI K II KST
Laurens, S. C.
Wishes lo Aid Yon to lieconie a Magnate
Pianos, Pianos, Pianos.
I lore is a help for all workers in I lie Adverti
ser's Popularity (Jontest. l:or the names of
t hree prospective l>n\ ers t his fall for Pianos, I will
give 200, votes for every sale of a piano lo ans of
the persons whoso names,have been sent to me,
I will give 5oo votes. Should all Ihe pros
pective buyers, sent lo me purchase a piano, I
w ill give .'.noo n oles.
I .aureus, S. C.
CORTRIGHT METAL SHINGLES equally protect
the house against lightning, storm, flying sparks and the
waste of wear. It is the only roofing that fits laid in half the
time?no solder, no seams, fewest nails, lea I cutting. If you
want the best roof money can buy?a roof thai will last as
long as the house?let i*-> show you samples of the four styles
of Cortright Metal Shingles, and houses right here that have
been covered with them for years.
FOR SALE BY
Brooks & Jones, Lauren.-. S. ('.