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SCHOOL NEWS NOTES
OF LAM COUNTY
The Schools, leachers and
Wofford College Summer School.
All earnest and aspiring teachers
want, first, to grow in lltness for their
work, want, secondly, to receive some
definite recognition for the work they
have done in preparation, and want in
the third place to deserve and win
promotion in their profession.
The ftillowing extracts from the cat
alogue of the Wofford College Summer
School for Teachers will indicate the
opportunities offered toward the at
tainment of these wants:
I. Preparation for High School Work.
Attention is called to the number of
courses in preparation for high school
work. These are Advanced Algebra,
Plan and Solid Geometry, Trigonome
try. Physics. English History, French
and German, Rhetoric, course in
Shake8pear, Ovid, course on Secondary
Education, High school positions are
multiplying, and the teacher who Is
prepared is the teacher who wins pro
II. Degree of Licentiate of Insti tu t ion.
As a Utting recognition of work well
done and as an Incentive to the pur
suit of a systematic and definite course,
of study, the Faculty of Wofford col
lege will recommend to the trustees to
authorize the summer school to confer
the degree of Licentiate of Instruction
upon the following conditions:
1. All applicants for this degree must
have a teacher's first grade certificate
and at least one year's experience in
2. The course will include "credits"
on twelve subjects?six required and
3. The required subjects are Arith
metic, English Grammar, English Lit
erature Course I: Geography, II. s.
History, and Practical Teaching.
1. The six eleetives may be distri
buted among the other subjects offer
ed?embracing one "credit'' in each
of six subjects or concentrating on
two or more "credits" in lewer sub
5. Credit.?P>y the term "credit" is
meant one subject satisfactorily taken
during one summer session together
with a satisfactory examination on
the courses outlined in that Bllbjei t
lor private study during the year.
fi. In subjects not covered by (he
examination for a first grade certifi
cate, the right is reserved to require
a specified preliminary knowledge.
7. How to shorten the course.?Op
portunity will be given to shorten this
course hv as manv as four "credits,"
provided (a) that the applicant shall
take at least three summer sessions;
(b) that evidence be given of a sat
isfactory knowledge of the subject
by passing an examination thereon.
New /Ion Church Services.
Editor The Advertiser:?Will you
please insert following notice in your
paper and oblige. There will be an all
day service at new Zlon church, Wa
terloo circuit, first Sunday in May.
Everybody Invited to come and bring
dinner. Preaching ;it 11:00 A. M. by
the pastor. Prayer and testimony
meeting at. 2.00 P. M., conducted by
Rev. J, B. Connelly of Newborry.
Preaching at 3:00 P. M, by Rev. Mr.
Sexton of Greenville.
F. C. Whitlock, P. C.
Waterloo, April 10.
Snved From the Grave.
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unbearable and I could not do any
work, but Dr. King's New Discovery
has made mo feel like a new person.
Its the best medicine made for (he
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PENSION ROLL FOR
Below Is given a complete roll of
! Laurens county pensioners for 1910.
j The total number Is 26S. The total
! amount for this county is $7,332.
The amounts under the different
classes are as follows: Class A,
' $90; Class B. $72; Class CT, $48; Class
C2, $20; Class C3, $48; Class Cl. $20.;
The Laurens county pensioners are
Class A. M. E. Davis, B. Goodman.
I Class B. H. P. Blakeney. J. E. Bald
win, T. B. Franks, C. H. Hughes, An
drew .1. Snow, J. M. Simpson. .1. H.
Class Cl. D. I. Armstrong, T. H.
! Bobo, M. T. Chancey, P. W. Burgess,
Edwards Manning, Matison Elmore, J.
P. Garrett. G. B. Grumbrels. J. S. Har
vey, L. M. Langston, .1. M. Mont joy,
John H. Madden. H. A. Phillips. .1. H.
i Seltzer, W. P. Thomason. B. F. Wicks.
, Spencer Woods, S. J. Workman, .lohn
s. WHbanks. Harvey Wood*, F c.
Class C2. W. J. Anderson. m. V.
! Abercromble, G. T. Anderson. W. L.
Allison, W. H. Austin, (!. F. Anderson,
J. H. Abercromble, .1. Anderson, W. II.:
Adams, David Anderson, John B. Hag
well, II. 15. Brown, C. M. Bishop. Wm.
Babb, Miles Bragg. M. L. Bullock.
Stanback Coker, J. C. Cluck. N. B.
Curry. M. Y. Curry, William D. Cooper, I
H. B. Coley, W. F. Cunningham, .loel
A. Culbertson, E. G. Dendy. W. .1. Don
? neu, S. U. Davenport, W. M. Dodson,
W. J. Douglass, W. P. Davenport. E.
W. Dendy, S. P. Evlna, Andrew .lack
son Elmore, W. H. Franks. T. .1. Finch
er. John 11. Foshee, F. m. Hennings,
Hugh Greylish, L. a. Henderson. G. II.
Hazle, W. H. Hill, W. m. llellawis. 10.
C. Harrington, X. C. Jones, L. H.
Jones. J. M. Knight. W. L. Knight, It.
H. King. B. E. Knight, E. T. Lawson.
S. W. Lowe. William B. Lawson P.. W.
Lanford, W. T. Long. Thomas W. Lind
ley. S. L. Maden. I). E. Madden. Sim.
Malone, C. P. Martin. Alfred M- Coy,
, Harrison Mitchell, J. M. Moore. C. B.
Miles, James a. Munday, James a.
Martin. G. F. Moore. John 15. Mauley,
M. L. Nelson. II. Tillman Nelson. Fos
ter Nelson. W. a. Nelson, T. P. Owings,
Joe a. Pinson. a. Putman, J. L. m.
Patton, P. D. Prior, B. H. Pasley, s.
F. Bay. T. R. Riddle. .1. C. Smith.
Barnett Robertson, George W. Riddle,
J John m. Sullivan, a. J. Snydor. George
M. Simmons, .1. R. Sloan. J. 11. Sum
morel, a. M. Sherbert, W. m. Sterns,
W. W. Stone, W. Strlbllllg, J. K. Sat
terfleld, A. M. Sease, W. N. Terry..
Pleasant Tinsley. Rhodes Turner, S.
\V. Tumbling. T. J. Walkins, B. C.
Watts. Harvey Wood. W. D. Watts. .1.
A. Woods. R. W. Woodruff. James M.
Wecks. W. F. Williams, Roland Wilson,
J. A. Walker.
Class C3, Mary Abercromble, Nancy
Anderson. M. 10. Dry SOU, Sarah A.
Bradley, s. E. Bramlclt, Elizabeth,
Burton, M. F. Chancy, M. L. Curry,
Mary Culbertson Tempo Cooke, S. S.
Cooper, Susannah Dukes. Mary .1. Fow
ler, Mary A. Gunter, Elizabeth Hender
son, Sarah C. Kernels, Eliza Madden,
Mary Mont joy, J. .1. Moore, C. II. Motes
Mary J. Query, Ann M. Puckett. Ann
Riddle. Harriett 10. Riddle, L. M. Rid
dle. Stacey Satterwhite. Sarah M. Sex
ton, a. F. Sherard, Nancy Spelts. Eliz
abeth Thomas, Sarah 10. Todd.
Class Cl. Emmoline Adams. Nancy
j J. Arnolds. F. a. Adair. Mary F. Bur
ton. Betsy F. Babb. W. 10. Boyce. Mary
j Bolt. Eliza A. Bishop. M. a. Bolt. Isa
' bell Brownlee, M. .1. Benjamen, Sarah
' A. Babb, Mary A. Culbertson, Clemen
tine Clopton, Maggie N. Compton, Mar
geret Cooper. Matelda a. Cobb, Eliza,
beth Compton, Hester Copeland, M.
Ellie Curry, Martha 10. Davis. Mollie
I Duvall, Temperance Davenport, Sarah
I E. Dunlnp, Mary E. Dic kert. Amanda
. Davis. Hattio J. Eichelberger, M. A.
Entrekln, Millie F, Fuller. Charlotte
. Farrow, Nancy Fowler, Isabello Fuller,
Mary .1. Fuller, Mary E. Casque. There
sa Garner, Jane 10. Culnn. N. A. God
frey, Pillie Ann Cosnell, Isabella Gray,
Cornelia Griffin, Nannie Griffin, Sarah
Guinn, 'A. C. Hoffornnn, Minerva Hill,
L. V. Hill. N. M. Hill. Laura T. Hel
iums, Jane A. Hudson, Martha Herbert.
Mary A. Jones Amanda Kennedy. Cath
erine Knight. Mary King. Jane M.
Knight, Nancy Knight, M. L. Lawson.
Rebecca Lnvln, Nancy Leopard. M. C.
Lyon. Ruth Lindley, Sarah 10. Mills,
L. V. Monroe, Clarissa Marler. Laulsa
It. Machray. Mary 10. Madden. Millie
Mitchell. S. E. Nash. S. M. Nance. Ma
hala Owings, Hannah Owings, Caro
line Owings, Colin Owen?, Elliott N.
Power, Mary a. Power. L. A. Paine,
C. T. Pitts, Susan A. Pulley. Lucy C.
Pitts. Hulda Reeda, July F. Riddle.
Sarah Reynolds, Mary .1. Reid. Aman
da Redden, Catherine Rodgers, E. L.
Saxon. Celia Suttles. F. C. Senn. S. T.
Spoon, Othello Sloan, Toiitha c. Sum
merei], Catherine Stallings, Susan
Situs. Caroline Saxon. Martha C. Sims,
Lucrotla Smith, Mary io. South, Caro
line C. Swink, Mary A. Thompson, M.
J. Tnylor. N. a. Temple ton, Klttery
Whltley, Lottie F. Walker. Nettle L.
Williams, II. R. Walker, Margeret R.
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BOYD AND BROCK BREAK.
Adjutant Genera) Denounces Assistant
and Recnters Race*
Columbia, Aprl ~\?There were no
new developments in the split in the
Office of adjutnat general today. The
split is between Adjutant General
I3oyd and Assistant Adjutant General
Brock. Moth will enter the race for
the position of adjutant general
against each other. General Boyd, In
an interview. bitterly denounces
Colonel Brook, and charged thai he
had acted the traitor to him. Colonel
Brock is out Oll inspections in the
Piedmont section of the State and
would make no statement. General
Boyd charges Colonel Brock with
working for himself when be was sup- '
posed to be working for him. it is
an interesting situation and Colonel
Brock is placed in an embarrassing
position, as be has already announced
himself as a candid: te for the office
of adjutant general.
General Itoyd's Statement.
"To the Militia and Voters of South
Carolina: "1 have decided to with
draw the decision'announced in the
newspapers three weeks ago, and to
re-enter the Held as a candidate for
adjutant general in the coming elec
tions. My reasons for this action are
as follows: When Col. W. T. Brock
started out on the annual Inspection
of the militia, I requested him to find
out my chances for re-election and
to make full report to me on his re
turn. On his return to Columbia,
March UT. after visiting 12 places, in
! eluding Orangeburg and Charleston,
I he said he had not talked politics and
bad beard nothing as to my re-elec
"Later ho came to my room and said
he had deceived mo by not stating the
exact facts, that he had talked to
, many officers and men and that they
were all opposed to my candidacy. I
asked him why. ami his reply was
thai they did nol say. only they want
ed some one else. He stated that If I
did not withdraw from the race and
allow him to run. I would be beaten
In the race. Believing all of those
statements to be true, and mortified
and excited under the circumstances,
not having recovered from a spell of
illness, i agreed to withdraw from the
race. Since then 1 have visited Or
angebtirg, and Charleston and have
talked with many officers and voters
in those places, and they all agreed
that I have been badly treated by the
man whom I should expect, to bo my
friend and not the traitor lie lias
proved himself to he.
"After this explanation, I am sure
my friends will rally to my support.
J. C. Boyd."
Brock Asks For Inquiry.
Columbia April 23.?In reply to
tho pnnt riven the press by Adjt. Gen.
j Boyd denouncing his assistant, Col.
W. T. Brock, that officer, has replied
with a counter card, in which ho as
serted his intention of asking for a
court of inquiry to pass upon the
charges made against his official con
duct by Con. Boyd.
HOW TO (THE RHEUMATISM.
11 Is an Internal Disease and Requires
nn Internal Itemed}-.
The cause of Rheilllintlsin and kin
dred diseases is an excess of uric
acid in the blood. To euro this terrible
disease (his acid must bo oxpellod and
the system so regulated thai no more
acid will he formed in OXCesslvo
quantities. Rheumatism is an internal
disease and requires an internal reme
dy. Rubbing wit'.i Oils and Liniments
will not cure, affords only temporary
relief at best, causes you to delay this
proper treatment, allows the malady
to get a firmer hold on you. Liniments
may ease the pain, but they will no
more cure Rheumatism than paint
will ( hange the fibre of rotten wood.
Science has at hist discovered a per.
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ed "Rheumaclde." Tested in hundreds
of cases. It has effected the most mar
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you. Rheumaclde "gets at the joints
from the Inside." sweeps the poisons
out of the system, tones up the stom
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and makes you well all over. Rheu
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Too Late, Too Late,
to think about taking1 out a policy
on your house if it is already
burning. We take a risk but not
a certainty. If you have taken
time by the forelock, and insured
your property against lire, you
that the company Will pay all
your losses. The race is to the
swift, and you owe it to your
family to protect them from all
rV. not l.o
Stocks - Bonds - Insurance
Entei prise Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
Get Ready to
and buy your
We have a fresh lot of
Garden Seeds of all kinds
of a good variety best a
dapted to our Southern
Yellow Danver and Sil?
ver Skin Onion Sets,
Irish Potatoes, Seed
Corn, Field and Snap
Laurens, S. C.
160 acres. 3-4 mile from public
square; will cut into any size lots; on
Several lots on South Harper street
94 acres near Mountvllle, rents for
2,400 ibs. lint cotton. $25 per acre.
House and lot on B. Main street. 8 1-2
acres and IS room concrete dwelling;
finest place In upper South Carolina,
On easy terms.
House and lot near Baptist church.
Cheap at $1,000.
321 acres near Harlington station.
$10 per acre.
Two elegant residences on Sullivan
street oil easy terms.
Two <i;:ht room dwellings and one
four room dwelling on North Harper
street, on easy terms.
One bundled acres Itllnblo land
within corporate limits of city, very
reasonable and easy t< t ins.
Three lots on South Harper street
woll located and cheap.
Two elegant farms near McDanlol's
mill, well improved, ?l' acres and C2
acres, line neighborhood, schools and
A number of farms and other prop,
erty for sale, see us before you pur
chase or sell your property.
Todd Building T.aurens, S. C.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts,
prompt attention given to all business
Chamberlain s Cough Remeay
Caret Colds, Croup and v. ,. Couuh.
A. C. Muskel! and Wallace Mouse.
The death of Col. A. C. Hnskell re
in Inda members 0f Gregg's brigade
of the dashing young adjutant general,
who was always on the alert and
ready for service. The more active
and dangerous his duty. Uu> better he
Hut he was an Important tlgure in
state polities in 1ST?;. The members
of the Wallace house have not forgot
ten his services day and night. Ills
headquarters were always open. That
was a little more than thirty-three
years ago. Means Davis was his sec
retary and assistant In the ofllco.
When danger was Imminent ami an
outbreak expected there was no going
to bed. Especially was that the case
when the double house was in session.
There was a continuous session for
Many of the true and loyal young
men of Columbia were on duty all
the time. Captain Dick O'Neal had a
company ready for service at a mo
ment's notice. He Is one of the few
survivors who greatly assisted in pro
serving order and intimidating the
Mnckey house and their friends.
I fj,... i... ...... jij.-. chief actors have
passed away. Wade Hampton. W. D.
Simpson, lt. M. Sims, Hugh S. Thomp
son. Johnson, llagood, E. W. Mojso,
S. 1.. I.eaphart. I.oroy l\ Youmans
were the state officers and not one is
living today. A list of the survivors
of the Wallace house would be very
interesting, especially to all who took
an active part in the compalgn of
187C and who rallied by the thousand
to Columbia when trouble was ex
pected. Spartanburg Journal.
State or Ohio, City of Toledo.
Lucas County. ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
be is senior partner of the linn of F.
.1. Cheney K- Co , doing business in the
city of Toledo, County and slate afore
said, and that said firm will pay the
sum or ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS lor
each and every case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by the use of Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Frank .1. Cheney.
Sworn lo before nie and subscribed
in my presence, this Oth day of De
cember, A. D. ISSii.
(Seal.) A. W. Gleason,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter
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and mucous surfaces of the system.
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SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY.
(Schedule Effective June 20, 1909.)
N. H. Tli. se schedule figures show
the time that trains in:./ be expected
peeled to arrive and depart but the
times shown are not guaranteed.
East and West hound trains from
Spartanburg, S. C.
7::'.0 A. M. No. 30, daily, for Char
lotte, Washington, Richmond, New
York ami IntormctllnlQ points. Ar
rive Charlotte 10:05 A. M. Richmond
9:30 p. M.. Washington lO'-GG p. M.,
New York G:30 A. M.
9:50 A. m. No. I-', dally except
Sunday, for charlotte ami Intermedi
ate points. Arrive Charlotte 12:1*?
1:15 P. M. No. 12, dally local, for
Richmond and iutcrmodialu points.
Arrive Richmond 7:00 A. M.
5:20 p. m. No. daily, ("Now
York-Atlanta New Orleans Limited ")
for Washington New York and tho
Fast. Arrive Washington 0:50 A. M.,
New York. 1*00 p. M. Pullman cars,
8:10 p. M. No. 40, daily, for Char
lotte ami Intermediate points.
9:00 p. M. -No. 30, daily, for Wash
ington and New York. Pullman cars,
dining cars. Arrive Washington 50:10
A. M.. New York 5:00 p. m.
I0J30 A. M. No. <), dally, for Ashe
vllle and Intermediate points. Arrive
Asbeville 2: to p. M.
5:35 p. M.?No. Li. dally, for Ashe
vlllo and intermediate points. Arrive
Ashovlllo 9:15 p. M. Parlor-cafe car.
West bound trains from Greenville,
C:50 A. M. No. 29. dally, for Atlan
ta and Birmingham. Pullman cars
dining cars. Arrive Atlanta 10:30
A. M? arrive Birmingham '1:00 p. M
11:3-5 A. M. No.39, daily, for At
laiua and Intermediate points, con
necting at Atlanta for all point:; west
Arrive. Atlanta 3:55 l'. M.
1:30 P. m. No. ::7. daily ("New
York-Atlanta-New Orleans Limited")
tor Atlanta and New Orleans. Ar
ri ?? All.inta 5:00 N. m.. NOW Orleans
7:;'..". P. m. Pullman sleeping car
club ';.r, observation car and dining
2:35 P. m No LL. dally local, for
Atlanta and way Stations. Arrive
Ulnntfl 3:30 !'? m.
I:|0 A. m No. 35, daily. solid
train to New Orleans with ptlllmaii
r-a s and dining car. Arrive Atlanta
5:00 A. m.. New Orleans R:30 P. m.
Southbound from Columbia.
0:55 A. m. No. 2:1. daily, for Sa
vannah and Jacksonville, Pullman
7:*,:? A. M. No. 12. dally, for Char
leston and Intermediate points.
3:50 p. m No. 11. dally, for Char
leston and Way stations.
2:15 A. M. No. 16, daily, for Char
leston. Pullman car.
Summer excursion tickets now on
For further Information, call on
ticket agents Southern railway 1 or
.1. L. Meek.
A. G. P. P. A., Atlanta, Ga.
C. II. Ackert.
V. I'. cV> G. M , Washington. D. C.
Alex. 11. Acker,
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Ml. CLIFTON JONES
Office in Simmons Building"
Phone: Office No. 80; Residence 219.
GOO bush, sound Unknown
Peas at $2.50 per bush.
10 bushels White Kating
Peas at $3 per bushel.
Pure Red Bliss and Irish
Cobble Irish Potatoes.
Cotton Bloom Planters
Ballentine Cotton Planters
Winder Cotton Planters
Cole Guano Distributors
Little Joe Harrows $2.00
E. Z. Fixd Cultivators
Also full stock of Cotton
Hoes, Plow Shapes, Heel
Sweeps and Harb Wire
Youra for business
J. H. SULLIVAN
Laurens, S. C.
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A cuji in the morning will "set you on
your feel" and make the day's work
easier, Sealed in flnvor-tiRbt this while
still hot, to preserve the naiurul flavor.
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Laurens, S. C.
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