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sorrif oithri iri A or n -stU ee ioi;
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uwi tOno the tiui le ri arll-; a
ort. e ii ntii n x t cof ( h ti- -pl vtil
lor' fl de id<- thll w hole- ru ittr-~ir. I
ieY :dlcti;ol ly by llr ( : Ihre n l
di.'aiyed or n1 .pr exrd yt e:- iris,
SliAnt. 1reenvily o ai td. tbeir dtu
The t o! r s fii-t inl fact vumn
bir 311n4, n oil y - thorollgh pi
Sliention to i. a. i .. ' - len.
<-t1'PiI tlit i tt (- '1,1,-:(: i- .\ ('; \i: .x a
TI GrI ilb t 'io-iment. b;l a ihior
-ditorialttI i t r . colonJ st x vert Iil:y
;t1h a1(1%a a L tbiitey eif ;O1rlt:
ielioll onilfo- ta r. of, th1t r .t - it
11)11,11 i io o e S'' 1111 11()1 10 xayif
in. l i th't le- oIt ti o t f.i~li
ito or ( Al'oont collgo.
Th hisoly of 1ui lh iovei insi t t
iro n) :hicor a collr I'rolt if:, pres
Hit to soinoe .h r sit.'! is still wifrsh 1I
ind t willb renornbterd tha hI.
lege buit. glingl deciption s I of~i th1( I
atrcioo reeriviI lo nill and VI ritha1(
r'1 ltef in 1( . d ec11 ision( flO iove p til t)
rnelil ohr te in orate narjotrenvil01)
insview of th osaurn Tis deello
wt as rahedon to unoartandw inge Uh
('ior. uitable tateol tbe litcured
Thin heeal bmprnsdon, t jaied ron
ltesece of eGrte ely removena
s muc. Gresnirle willte ito coplih
haf nsome mentiby the college 1f
wortfervnn ao tte timc. The ommit
righ at.ena hand in wa oe Ior sevfera
Grnv oinlen citizn had o Tfher 'sMai
tio-ndinfn the uom,(10inte willa
lounedso wtourcang any aion. h
means and her heart to Chicora. Lau- .
renF wants a college in its midst and
la not only able but willing to contri- :
bute to Its success. It has shown more
than ortc its willIngness to contribute
to the cause of education within and
without its bounds and now it stands o
ready to show it again. c
Corps of Teacher% Elected for Graded
Schools Next Yiir.
By the election of several a'ldition
al teachers to fill vacancles caused by
tr::-Kgnar.on. the faculty of the eity
graded vrlools was conplered several
days ago at a meeting of the board of
trustees. It will be remembered that
Siu;,t. Jones and Principal HArton
handed in their resignations son'e
ime a o, as did several lady treach -
:r. 'The trusters el-eted .\lr. H. it.
l'arkinson to :mumer-ed Nir. Jonas. \r.
Parkinson will be the onlv rmale m dm
her of th- faculty. no iprineipal b-.n
'le( tl. The following new t-arers
: a;-. en a d : 'i!.- lol lr i d Iav
.irion: .\l:.s War l \\i. AL, \ 'l a a.
.\ iA r :1--: a I -:!5,l ;.ur-- Mioil : .\ i
.wI I'.I Gr 'Mrs.. En
Ern~~ly .\li.og. .'Ii i-'ord l I lrr
\l-~ t.:lla l lanrl , tie .\itr'ti 1 .-11l
M IA. .!Si ivi" MA:r ad l . i
Greeniiuo lIIarr'-. .\t th l r willt
- Ihool w il b" iss Iary IItillo Sirop-I
son. .\Miss Irn" Ray and Niiss lia
i a i. .\li'_ Fran os a fol , tho kinl
rir-:-gart.an tNah:i-r at the ma ill
a -iool. is wmployed by thla meill officer
' A.O NE12.Wi- -:W iil.l I.
Six-Story Fireproof Office oluillini in
(Greenwood l1ies Bleen ('ompleted.
firenood May 1:". Tho handornlo
six-s;tory fireoproof ollice, building, horv,
known as the Nati onal Wnanl i ix
ich;in l ell k buildi h, L. NOW nii'-t al
e ol il a lll iin6 '1.Ar btliln rapt1itlly
ha;an-e, bank o v pii wi s the ir. t tloir
.and( with it,; hands.oint- ne-w t r
wl1compar),14 m ost favorab11ly wi h anly
brnking houst in the So1ih. Th! In
t rio'r of thf bank i., grea 1tly a ii iriis.ii
:Th- high ceiling,4 with1 S l 1y0t tiCal
i(ol1r111111, an rbd marbl.,14 fixtu e-. ,
I Iwoodwork whelrihvor 11 th -n
it- nid for woI . all inalm itii ne
ti,(i aS a hankin-' roo i.
e lndI -rnl ath thilt bl kint teom is th
:-i ry ba.rber Shop; anll tbi:h
wood by t ln SI at ll of 1th 1' :1ii
I, \ 'itiNS W E:1L. h li.
\rli li I" l o r Sent In 1o Stall
\lavor i nh ha, .in-1 I 6- -i i 0'1 ;
NIe oinl P. It. \Me.\~l~t in whicb
i. city i o v r t in speated hton 1 th -
colsaent eowing m ad tbll- h l asti
;IarIIII . Thle insportion was inad
byd r lii reputyPt( 15.(\.Waroao thfro
Iort lis and folws:acim atna2(
Illn le.t ?ii .it er, o Ins. Corn.,lg som
Behve tsdte Early. dbuld
"nYour rmie t auen n
ld sa rye Ifrom rubbih and wst
accumuto lto. (2Isurens sery doig.a
g- oo or in renrmise s from
(JII h t 11141 ('1111' )litput lit
plrt mye'ei daugter. "I' geladt y2i~~ o've
ji'se21 seike old l'rnm lto 1hdute Irrn
-In thetratt ei tofsb thearouso
Itrrs colfg disfiguring.ls ryhingn burn)
cI ema Jo-suth ait s Anot otnlyworm,
Ssejile tIteum troi isva ntin kownt
t rhtga lakeitul the ldc orfiaho-s at
'tonffltls itchg subdu ef, heve itnla
thon agdgralte inzem, ha 8kma
riht or n y ItIs hold-nyearph tr hoc
tored ail Fecuretpoeution thtratenta
oseutrousledruhtld byrasn fom
any goodig paracitestryonceo prod
eries. Ioid--nuphur appot oly pa re-l
upnc therfiorn lianlubrdInr oldr
recton ofth lsn. unplent alwaye
esrn~t eliefn a~ 1>8erman ery ce, t
ineer ntac t ntntyrop/h
UGLSTA SECURED ENCAMPMENT
h'as Aiwarded to Isle of Palms But
Was Lost on Acount of Blease's Ac.
Ne.w York, May 24.-As the result
f efforts inaugurated by the Mer
hants and Manufacturers' Associa
on more than a month ago, and kept
rmntinuously but very quietly since,
ugusta secures the ninth district in
Lruction carmp of the national guard
-om July 15th, embracing about 10,
This was definitely settled here yes
:rlay and today in interviews with
eneral Evans, commanding the de
artment of the east, and Colonel
'right, chief of staff. The site select
I is Aumond, which all agree, from
hotographs and maps submited, is
ne of the finest military camp sites
ver brought to their attention. Ac
reptaner: of the site, however, is con
itlonred upon the city furnishing wa
andi extr.nilon of the street car
-wk. The :ty has acted promptly
nd wisely, and think J. G. White &
o. will do so Monday.
Th- camp will embrace troops of
-012ia, North and South Carolina
ad ilorida. Aboit three regiments
ill b. in caip a tihe time, for ten
Ti. 5i th(: samroe enr-ani pment for
blnh the is!( of 1 Palms was sele-ted
I April last anil which was lost to
but State by ('.b: llasi's foolish av
ion. Cha rl eston has worked very
a rd to secure r econs Idera tion bit
uttusta has been surcressfully press
rir her (laims sinve the war depart
irnit. called lilease's bllff.
Gener ral IDuvall of Augusta, strongly
nidorsedi tihe site selected as tire "fin
.Mt tills side of paradisv."
b CROSS HILL NEWS
Cross liill. y 2.~,. --The little in
anlt child of \lr. It. It. Owiigs dlitid
at 'r rday fight at. ti' ihonme of It:
~tanriirtothr, .\lrs. AIph Turrer.t
-A truils below town. The iffcts of
\\mis as th<- au eof Its deanth. 1l
r:1li MIA only a ftiw inronthits but lon;
-nen1-! I to rnr r itsel t' o the' fore
ar %t\. o wo h:tvi tie symripathy o
na y f11ri4s. Ti- riminirs w re in.
I in the .\iariilli irrn'to(ry it
Aid' tie Inot'l-r who pass''di a way .
A wvkis in-fori.
.\11;. Ir. W hitt'ien is inl a hospita
i .\:ianta: for siruiO al triattmn'rit. sit
fioin2 wli sine' a s14-ssfutl op
- a i for a ppf niri'iti,;a nid is cxplect
-I h140n1 inl a short. Wie
.'i.' Ittu Si6r1 nois is .:till in 'o
t n hina but wt' art. plad to state t ha
hI:, i ' ler-wlu ll *y inipjrovintl.
.r. .ohn Hlall ('ambonllui and \lis
i rillinr wenr'. nrriii ed. last \We.di
n-idt iy it ti holit ot' the oftiviatnnh
lininistor r. .1. .\. Martinl. Mlany wv(-1
ihsart. e-xtendl-d to tilt, happy VOn.
O1ur past'ors. Itvr. .1. A. Martinl an<c
W. 1). Itatchfordi, have returned fron
I very pleasait otrtirng. the forie
from rthei Southlerrn Ia ptist carnven t or
nil tire l atter fromt Davidson colleg
orimrrerncternt. The y filled their reg
tilar apintm iernts hiast Sunday.
Miss URiih Rasor of Dornalds I,
spendnlrg Some time here with hre
aurnt, Miss Ada Rasor.
.\r. lirghr Pinson of tire Mediea
t'ollege orf Atlanrta, enmie hrome Satur
1day rilght for tire summenrr v'aent Ion.
Th'ie Laurrr'ens Male Qurar'tett war
grentedl hrere Fr'iday evening wihr
good anrd an aprteciatlive audi~lenet
Theri boys gave us a gooid entertairn
mtrr an11rd tire prroc'eeds t'ran urp to mor
than forty dollars.
Miss ~Mar ry Muilr is at, home fror
fChicorai Col lege for tire surmmer'.
Mr. TL. F. McS'wan who is book
kee petr for thre (Clintort oil miii ex
pect~s to rmove ihis family to Clintoi
tis week. Wie r'egret to lose im art
hits interesting family from or m idsI
Miss Coannie Martin has r'etu're
fr-om a t wo weeks' visit, to her siste
trt Clemson coilege.
Miss V'r'na C'al'roun is visiting r'ela
Tire Proof Is flere fire Samite .is 1:
For thtose whro seek relin'f fr'orm kii
ills, D~oarn's Kidney illis offi'r hope or
r'ilinef anrd tire pr'oof is hrre In Laatur'en
tire satme ars everywhrer. ILurenis pea
pie ihave usted oan r's tand Laurrr'ens ipen
pde r'ecotmmtornd D~oarn's, tire k idnrey rerr
i'dy ursed in Amr'er'lea for fifty yearn
Wiry stiffer? Whry run tire risk of dart
gerours kidrney blls---fatal hiiright's dit
ease. hIer'e's, Laurens proof. Iunvesti
W. P. Shearly, -1261 E. Main St., Lnur
rensi, S. C., says: "My back was in ba,
shape anrd I was hardiy ale to gc
about. I wart advised to try Doan'
Kidney Pills and I dId so. One ho
brought me great relief."
Mr. Sheahy la only one of man
Laurens people who have gratefuil
endorsed Dean's Kidney Pills. If you
back aches-it your kidneys bothe
you, don't simply ask for a kidno
remedy-ask distinctly for Dean'
Kidney Pills, the same that Mr. Sheal
had-the remedy backed by home te2
timony. .50o all stores. Foster-Mil
burn Co., Props., Buffalo,'N. Y. "Who:
your back is lame-remember th
HEAVY FIRE DAfAGES.
Little Town of Varnville Visited by a
Large and Very Disastrous Fire.
Hampton, May 14.-This morning
the town of Varnville was visited by
one of the largest and most disatrous
fires ever seen in this section. The
loss of $70,000 is a conservative esti
mate placed on the actual damages,
while the total insurance was only
$22,100. The fire, which originated
on the second floor of the Varnville
Furniture company, from thence
spread out in both directions, destroy
ing six other business houses, together
with adjoining warehouses, stables,
barns, etc. It was discovered at 3:30
a. m. and raged for two hours and a
half and not until every business
house on the south side of Main street
was completely destroyed was it pos
sible to get it under control. The in
dividual losses art as follows: Varn
ville Hardware and Supply company,
$20.006, covered by $5,000 insurance;
Mortimc'r Murdaugh, $10,000 with
$1.000 insurance; W. 0. Thompson
(three buildings). $20.000 with no in
su1rane: Varnville Furnittre com
pany, V,.006. insirance $5,000; Dr.
CampIbell, S, insurance $.00: Mrs.
1. \W. Perples $240, no insurance: Coy
Starlr-y $1.000(fi $500 in-urance: 'Mrs.
M. Ii. Gray $ .0"0, insriance $2,000;
t. F". Stanlr-y $1.500, $ 00 insurance:
Mrs. Ike Lights ey $5)0, no insurance;
Itith Gray $2,501), no insurance.
The \'arnville liardwar'e and Sup
ply conipany has given out a state
mr-it that it will rebuild at once and,
dr'spitv the fact that. it will be handi
eapped in secuiing a sulable building
for temporary use, it will continue
to do buIsiness at some point in the
town of Varnville. The others will
also rehiild as expeditiously as possi
I and where wore formerly woodenl
bIildings will soon be molern brick
st ri'Iit res.
FAIll,1: OF I1EQIli1ENTS.
Supernlor Won't Order ilection ior
Sp rt 1 ur.
Spartanburg, M ay 23.-Sipei-visor
Alites anitttouncerd tonight Ilat the pleti
tions filed with lim asking an election
olt Ihe ril 'stion of re-estabisliment of
the di1sietnsary failed to meet the legal
reriuiremints and Ie, therefore, de
ri lined to order the election.
Dl ETil f, 31Its. ('Ot.\ MOORtE.
Well K14un :Ily of (ss 11111 Pass
edl .\nny Yesterday,.
Mrs Cora loore, who is well-known
i Launi( wh( re she has Irany
t-trind n rialatives, died at her homlite
in Cross I liil yesterday afternoon. The
news reached'n l,:nitr'ins late yest/rday
4- nintitg and fill partieulars of tie
fnir ('1a I had not b-ent antnione
Itough it, is iinderstoord that sie will
be liled in the I'resbyte-atn chturch
rirremetery this afternoon. M rs. .l\oore
was a sister of Mt. Prank M.(cowa n.
Bloomuis Wantted---y rinted newly
marntriedl coule. Must be0 close to
butsiniess sectiont. IEither first or see
Ond floot'. For light hioursekeepilng. Ad
driess "I lousekeeper" carie Advetrtiser'.
Sweet Pens iFor Stile-We have for
sale sweet. Ireas ant 3 cents per' dozen
0o' 25 cenits per' hunrd l. Laurenncs
Floral Co. 44i-1t
For Stale-The old schrool buiding
'at Moutntville, aund about 1 1-2 acres
- of Iland. For fitrtther iniformiationi ap
ply to Hloardt of Tr'ustess. 41 -5t
For Itent-Fuilly eqiuippied black
snmithr ando general rep~air shop, or
would hire r'ight man. S. N. Crisp,
Moruntvile, S. C. 43-tf
For Sale-100,000 pur'e Nancy Ihall
Potaito Plants fr'otm Flor'idar. 30o cents
p~er' hundird. Madden City Restaut
S'rnt, prhonre 230. 43-2t
Agetnts Wanted-We wanit a reliable
m Jan or wotman in L~aurenrs to look af
r' tr reniewarls and new surbscr'iptions to
Metropolitant, "tire livest magazitie in
A me'ri." TheL work many 1b0 dlone in
spare' timte-a few hiour's eachr week,
Iibilerail jtay for whatever time is put
in. No inve'sttmen t 01' botnd reqii'rd,
nro pr'ovious cx perience necessr'y. FullI
Iirstr-uetions atnd sitpp tlies senrt fr'ee.
-(Give twor references. D~esk 14, Met
r'opolitatn Magazine, Newv York. 4i3-2t
- For Itenit--Otne 8-room house two
fstot'ies high on Chrestnut street. Water',
a lights andi all tmordern conveniences.
- Aplply to W. I,. (Gray, L~auremns, S. C.
Notice to macintery owners. IHave
your mainerry reCpairedl by an exp~or't
-miachitnest. Deolays are dangerous and
e xprensive. Prices moderate and work
guaranteedl. Cotton gins a specialty.
Address 'I. 0. h-lentz, Clinton, 8, C.
t Percheron Stallion--Thorough-bred
s and registered. Will stand for this
< seaonl at Martin's stable, Laurens, S.
C. Pedigree furnished to those inter
e' ested, Guaranteed living colt, $20.00,
v W, . Teagume and L. W. Martin,
r' Chicken Exchange.-Breeders andi
Sfanciers to make this column the
Schicken and eggr~exohange for Lau
- For Sale-Choicest pea-vine har'
a corn and fodder, at prevailing prices,
s Write or apply to Watt. hiills Offic
OF LAURENS SCHOOLS
(Continued from Page One.)
ielivered the English essay medal an
nually offered by Prof. Barton for the
best essay written by a member of
the graduating class. Hattie Gray and
Herbert Sullivan were honorably
mentioned in connection with this
contest. The medal offered by the
Henry Laurens chapter, D. A. R.. for
the highect sebotarship in U. S. His
tory, V1a4 jresentert to Virginia Simp
son. Herbert Sullivan was also men
tioned as making a very creditable
showing in the rivalry for this medal.
rhe medal annually offered by a friend
of the school, who does not allow his
name to be mentioned, for the best
scholarship exhibited during the three
year high school course, was award
ed to Hattie Gray. Herbert Sullivan
came second in this contest and Vir
ginia Simpson third. All of - the
marks were very close together. The
diplomas aid certificates were then
Gifts and Hemembrances.
On behalf of the graduating class
Loiise Simmons presented to the
school an E.dison Kinetoscope or
"moving picture machine" to be used
in school work. Instead of making a
presentation speech, however, she
took the opportunity to present a
gold-handled knife as a parting gift
to Mr. Jones from the graduating
class. 'Mr. Jones expressed his thanks
for the gift to himself in a few words
and then for the school accepted the
kinetoscope. While flowers and pros
ents from friends were being brought
in to members of the graduating class,
Mr. Jones took the opportunity to tell
of the uses to which the machine
would be put and also went at length
into some of the accomplishments of
its great inventor. Prof. Barton then
stepped forward and presented to Mr.
.Jones, on behalf of the teachers, a
gold watch -fob as a token of thlei
love and to show their appreciation of
his work at this school. Mr. .Jones
was visibly affected by this show of
affection on the part of his co-workers.
The Graduating ('iss.
The graduating class was as fol
hlugh Aiken. Leland Bolt, Carlisic
i)ial. Lturens Philpot, Paul Lake, I1er.
bert Sullivan. .i ary Burton, Lucy
Vance Darli'ngton. Margaret Dunlap
ilattle Gray, lIez Iludgens, ltobbic
liudgens, .\linnie Irving, Mattle Katt
Owings, Louise Simmons, Virginik
Simpson, .illa Todd, Nellie Thompson
Mary Wilkes, E'lizabeth Moseley.
CONVICTEI) OF UGLY (lCIME.
Green iile Farmler Sentenced to lce
Greenville. .\May 2:1.-- It. T. Thomu p
.Son, white, jged .12 years, was sentene
w'l by .iludge T. .1. Mauldin in tile Cour1
of General Sessions today to be ele'
troeled oil the last Friday in .1nu1y
Thompson was convicted of an tin
nItural crime. the alleged details o
which arc too revolting for publ1licatoln
The sceneO followving tihe passing of th<
rentence was one of the most pathetil
ever witinessed in thle Greenville Cour'
hiouse. The case is one of tile mos
hlorrible ever recorded inl thec histor;
Prosperity and Adversity.
Prosperity is not without many
rears and distastes, and adversity not
without comforts and hopes-Bacon.
I hereby offer myself as a candidat
for the omele of county commissione
of Latirens county, subject to tihe rule
of tile democratic party. J. B. 111'1
I hlereb~y announce myself a candi
date for tile ofice of County Commim
aloner for Lauirens County, sulbject t
tile rules of the Democratic primnar)
D. A. MADDE~N.
House of Rlepresentatives.
I hlereby announce myself a eandi
date for tile hlouse of representative
froml Laurens county and promise t
abide by tile results of the Demoerati
pr ima ry. \V. R. R IC HEY, SIl
T hereby announce my candidacy to
thello11use of Rlepresenltatives, 11u):
ject to the rules of the D~emocrati
T hereby ann~oiuce myself a candi
dlate for tile ofice of suipervtsor c
Laurens county and promise to abid
b~y the rules of the democratic part)
B. R. TODD.
Superintendent of Education.
I hereby announce myself a eandl
date for County Superintendent of F2
utcation and .promise to abide the rule
of the Democratic primary.
JAMEDS H. S'ULLIVAt
I hereby announce my candidacy fe
re-election to the omeie of 'Count
Auditor of Laurens county subject I
the rules of the approaching Dem<
cratic primary electionl.
J. WADDY THOMPSON.
I herepy announce mayself a cand
date for magistrate for Jimurens'toWI
ship, subject to the rules of the dewt
eratie party'. ~ ~
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Oyings. May 25.-It has recentry
been stated by the officials of the or
gauLsed bank of this town, that it will
be erected during the summer, and
the bank will be in operation about
the last of August or September the
first. A bank is needed in this town,
and we see no reason why it should
not prove a success in every way.
The friends of Miss Sue A. Owings,
who has been in a sanitarium in Ash
ville for her health, is now at home
on a visit, and expects to see numer
ous friends and loved ones before she
returns. We are glad to know that
shs is regaining lie strength, and
we hope she will son be well and
enjoying good health.
Mrs. Geo. L. Willis was glad to have
Mr. J. T. Holder and family visit her
Mr. and 'Mrs. J. T. Stoddard were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dolfus C.
Owings last Wednesday.
Misses Nita Hunter and Cecil Ow
Ings have recently returned from Chi
cora. We feel sure that they were
glad to get home, and we hope their
vacation will iprove a genuine Pleas
T. A. Willis, Jr. was in the Woods
ville vicinity last Thursday afternoon.
Quite a number of folks of this
town attended the exercises given by
the children of Dials church last Sun
day afternoon. The house was crowd
ed, and it seemed almost impossible
to seat all the people. Notwithstand
ing the discomfort of the church, the
eyes of the crowd were fixed .pn the
chil" ren during the entire program.
The program was a success in every
way, and all felt that the program
committee had excellent taste and
judgment in preparing this work. All
who attended the exercises feel that
they have been beneflted by attending,
and regret that such occasions are not
given evenry few weeks.
lIhenninism Quickly Cured.
"My sister's husband had an attack
of rheumatism in his arm," writes a
well known resident of Newton, Iowa.
"I gave him a bottle of Chamberlain's
Liniment which lie applied to his arm
and on the next morning t.he rheina
tism was gone." Fori chronic muscu
lar rheumatism you will find nothing
better than Chanierlain's Liniment.
Sold by all dealers.
Big shipment of Push Carts for baby
S. N1. & E'. I. WI LK EIS & ('0.
Your attention is directed
tto the splendid assortment of
CU TOLASS, S'ILVER AND
lIPLTED WARE. POTTERY,
HAND) PAINTED ClliNA,
BASSWARE, etc., thant weo
have her'e to aidl you in the
selection of the wediding gift
fom the TJune bride.
An inspection is necessary
to aippreclatc the richncss,
excellence andl sup~erbl beau
ties or our assortmenta-and
0 it is cordlially inv'itedl.
r Thereo is a sense of securi
s ty. which is well founded in
-buying of Win. Solomon for
.. here full value is obtained in
- every respiect.
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Y 60 drops instantly relieves sever
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