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The manufacturers of Royal
Baking Powder have had 40
years of scientific experience.
Every method of bread-and
cake raising has been exhaus
tively studied in this country and
The result is a perfect prod
uct in Royal Baking Powder.
There is no substitute for it.
The purity and efficiency of
Royal Baking Powder have
been commended by the highest
authorities of the world.
These facts mean two impor
tant things to all housekeepers:
First: that Royal Baklnf
Powder Is healthful and
makes wholesome food.
Second: that Royal Bak
ing- Powder makes food
rood to taste.
I\\J I /tlJU powder
g AMONU OUR FRIENDS.
Walter Baldwin was in town Friday
from Rabun Greek.
The Lisbon school opened Monday.
This fine school Is in charge of Prof.!
T. J. Pyles, an experienced and suc
Tub Advertiser has received from
lir. J. B. Wasson, Secretary of the
Falrvlew Stock Show Association, a
card in which he heartily thanks all
those who contributed to the success of
the recent Stock Show.
A. H. Moore, one of tho progressive |
young farmeri of the Alma section,
was in tonn Friday.
The United States Circuit Court is
in session at Greenville this week with
United States District Judge Brawley
of Charleston presiding. The docket Is J
a heavy one and the Court will be in
session two weeks. The following Citi
zens of Laurens county were drawn as
jurors: M. C. Lang-ton, Renno ar.d
John H. Wolff, Alma, grand. J. M.
Wood, Erl and W. 0. Deck, Merna,
James Kennerly of Newberry was in
the city Thursday.
Mrs. Henry A. Cooper and daugh
ter, Miss Mary Cooper, of Owlngsville,
spent last Wednesday In the city.
John Wright Wells, depot agent at
Gray Court, was in the city several
J. Hampton Hellams and Joe C.
Wesson of Friendship were in the city
John M. Wood and two little sons j
Bramblott and Houston, cpent Thurs
day in the olty.
Prof. Jas. A. Stoddavd Fuperlntend
ent of the Liberty grided school was in
the city Saturday.
J. Wsde Godfrey of Owings Station
s in the city Saturday.
John P. May, of Morganton, N. C.,
as in town Friday. He is spending ?
ew weeks with his daughter, Mrs.
. Y. Benjamin in the county.
George Weir, a progressive young]
farmei of Renno, was In the c;ty Frl
dav selling cotton.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. King and little
daughter, and Miss Emma Adams of j
Clinton were In the city Friday.
J. A. Davenport of Mountvllle was
In the city Friday.
R. G. Wallace of Belfast was a fiel?
tor to the city last Friday.
A boon to travelers Dr. Fowler's)
Extract of Wild Strawberry. Cores by
dysentery, diarrhoea, seasickness, nun
res. ^Pleasant to take. Aots promptly!
A JUDICIOUS INQUIRY.
A well known traveling man who
visits the drug trade says he hae often
beard druggists inquire of customers
who asked fir a cough medicine,
whether it was wanted for a child or
for an adult, and if for a child they a<
most invariably recommended Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. The reason
for this ia that they know there is no j
danger from it and that it always oures
There is not the least danger in giving
it, and for coughs, colds and croup it is I
unsurpassed. For sale by Laurens
Drug Co ? and Dr. B. F. Posey.
A Very Delightful Event.
One of the most delightfut entortain
mente of the age will be presented in
the City Opera House, on Saturday,
October 22nd. The attraction is Lyman
H. Howe's latest exhibition of moving I
Mr. Howe always has a complete
change of program ?t each appear.ire,
and to ssy that bis new pn g urn sur
passes all previous ones is putting t
mildly. A pleasing feature of th s en
tertainment is the oiroful reproduc
tion of the natural sounds an they
would emanate from the real scenes.
The crack of firearms, the puffing of
engines, the cheering of multitudes,
the shout* of individuals and all other
sounds are so c'?v rly imitated that
ihe scenes impress tbe mind the same
sm if viewing them in reality.
"Do you think your father would ob
ject to your marrying me?"
See?"If he thinks as I do, he oer
t&tnly would; and, if you don't get
K g's Catarrh Cure, and tatte it for
bad breath, you've got to sit farther
No man has an exoute for Bad Breath
when The Prlmetto Drng Go. sells a
positive euitr?guaranteed, for 11.00.
MENSAUE TO FK ATE UN A Ii ORDERS
Interesting News from Cincinnati
With Local Confirmation In Laut ens.
Tbe thousands of members of frater
nal bxllen in c>ii -? Stato will be inter
ested In tbe fo.lowing message from
John Theobald, a prominent Forester
who lives at 1,111 York Street, Cin
Mr Theobald believes in living up
to the motto of his organization. "Fra
ternal Love and Charity" and believes
that he o<tn do no more oharltable aot
than to tell bis experience in regain
ing health after years of suffering.
Mr. Theobald writes: "For live
years, I suffered with s'omaob trou
bles, having all the dhtrcss and mis
ery that aftiiots dyspeptics. I could not
enjoy eating, tbloklng of the suffering
that would follow. My lood. did not
digest, and although I took all kinds of
me^iolues, I found nothng to help
me, until I used Ml-o-na. Tbauks to
this remarkable remedv, I am now a
cured man and believe that it made a
permanent and complete cure.
Tbe Laurens Drug Co. are local
ageuta for Ml-o-na, catore'd cure for
dyspepsia. It Is In the form of small
tablets and sells at 50 cents a box.
The remedy has mado so many snd
suoh remarkable cures amongac their
oustotners, confirming Mr. Theobald's
str.tem.iu, that they will give their
personal guarantee with every box
they sell to refund tbe money If it doe*
Do not suffer longer. Here,, is a Ovire
that costs you nothing, unless it re
storos health, ? he Laurens Drug Co.
take ail the risk and you do not have
to pay a penny UDless you /eel that you
have received much more than your
L. D. Abrams of Wbitmlie was in
HEALTHY MO THE ES.
Mothers should always keep in gcod
bodily health. They one it to their
children. Yet It Is no unusual sight to
sco a mother, with bnbe in arms,
coughing violently and exhibiting all
the symptonr.s of a consumptive ten
dency. And why ebouid this danger
ous condition exist, dangerous alike to
mother ami child, when Dr. Boschee's
German s 1 up would put a stop to it
at once? No mother shou'd be without
this old and tried remedy in the bouse
?for its timely use will promptly cure
any lung, throat or bronchial trouble
In herself or her children. The worst
cough or cold can bo speedily cured bv
German Syrup' so can hoarseness and
congestion of the bronchial tubes. It
makes expectoration easy, and giveB
Instant relief and refreshing rest to
the co-'gh-rake 1 consumptive. Now
trial bottle?, 25c; large size, 75o. At
Johu Y. Gary of Goldville was in
Laurens Thursday selling cotton.
PHYSICIAN'S good LUCK.
Qr. Hart's Fortunate Experience of
Interest to Many in Laurens.
The happiest man In New Englend
today and one who Is receiving con
gratulations from hU friends, is Dr.
Philip Z. Hart, of Luconia, N. II.
Probably no phyelcian it better
known in all parts of the United
. t-<ti s than Dr. Hart, as he has been a
great travoler and knows the he^t peo
ple wherever he has been. For years
ho Inn suffered with catarrh in Its
worst for on.
Although ho resorted to the latest
scientific treatment and consulted
many of his brother physicians. Dr.
Hart Anally said, ' I might just as well
have thrown my money In the river
for I grew worse and worse. It is
really duo to my wife's gooi judgment
that I tried Hyomei." The Doctor in
his emphatic way added: "Thank Gcd
that I di I, for Hyomei cured mo com
pletely. My wife and I will swear
that Hyomei oured me of the. worst
case of c.itarrb that ever existed. I
used to cough constantly at night, and
h?d a dropping in the throat, which
kept me awake a great deal. 1 raised
thick phlegm and was In a horrible
condition. However, I am entirely
cured, solely through the use of Hyo
The Laurens Drug Co. are the local
agents for Hyomei, the famous treat
ment which cures catarrh without
stomach d -sing. A complete outfit
coot* but $1 .00, extra bottlrs 50 cents.
Tbe Laurerg Drug Co. sell it under
guarantee to refund the money if it
does not give quick rolief. Ask them
to show you the strong guarantee un
der which it is sold.
Letter to R. W. Willis.
Laurens, S. O.
Dear Sir: Mr. N. Avery, Delhi, N.
Y.,h*d two houses exactly alike and
painted them: one Devoe lead-and
zino; the other barytcs-and-zino. He
paid same price for both paints.
He used six gallon* of Icad-snd-zlno;
12 gallons barytes-and-z'.no.
He paid $18 for painting lead and
zinc, $36 for painting barytes and zinc.
The total cos', of the lead and zinc
job was $27; the total cost of the
barytes and zinc job was $54.
lie didn't know ho was buying
barytes; the dealer told him that paint
was as good as Devoe.
A fair example of how it generally
comes-out, when you buy "something
jUBt as good." Butter go by the name;
and tbe name Is Devoe.
F. w. Devoe & Co,
Moseley & Roland eell our paint.
The 29th of October.
All of onr Institutions f"r orphans
have agreed to ask the good people of
the Stato to devote one day In Oc'ober
to the orphans. Young and old, rich
and poor alike are asked to give the
proceeds of one day's work to th'.lr
little fatherless brothers. The day for
tUeThornwell Orphaoago, Clinton, is
the 29th of October. There are 200 or
phans in the Institution. Send your
gift for these orphans to Ilev. Wm. P
Jacobs, Clinton, S. C
BETTER THAN PILLS.
The question has been asked?In
what way aro Chamberlain's Stormoh
and Liver Table's superior to the or-!
dimry cathnrt'o and liver pil's? Our
answer is?They are oasler and more
pleasant to take and their effect is s ?
gentle and so agreeable that one ba> dly
realizes that it is produced by a mo f
clne. Then they not only move the
bowels but Improve the appetite and
aid the digestion. For sale at 25 cents
per bottle by Laurens Drug Co. and
Dr. H F. Pose-.
WOMAN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY.
Auxiliary of the Baptist State Conven
tton Soon to Meet Here.
The annual meeting of the Woman's
Missionary Sooiety and AuxHary of
the Baptist S ate Convention will be
held with the First Baptist Church in
thh city the second week in Nov. m
ber, beginn*ng Tuesday, the 8th. and
(ontinu'ng through Friday.
M m. J. D. Chapmrn of Anderson is
President of the Society ; Miss M. L.
Ocker and Mrs. John Stout, both of
Fooiety Hill, feoretary and treasurer,
respec Ively. This meot'ng will bring
to Lauiens a largo nimher of dele
gate*, probably two htindrod or more.
WILL NOT HANG.
Opinion of Export On Handwriting
Basts for Executive domency?
Hoy6 Haye* will not be h-m.ed.
Oov. Heyward decided last Friday to
commute bis sentence to life impri
sonment. Tbls conclusion was reacbed
by tbe Governor, after submitting the
note alleged to bave been written by
Lulu Hayes, wife of Hoyt HayeB, (o
Carva'ho of New York, an expert on
handwriting, who declared tbat Mrs.
Hayes ?rote tbe note. Tbe Governor
accepied tbls opinion and issued an or
der commuting Hayes' senteno >.
The note in qucetion was found after
tbe killing aud was signed "Lula."
This is tho contents of the note: "I am
treated well by Hoyt but I' had ra'h r
die than to have the pain and sickness
of motherhood, therefore I write to let
you know I did it." This note, to
gether with other writings of Lula
Hayes, wero examined by the expert
Much interest has centered in this
oelebrated case from tbe first. Hayes
and his wife lived in a cottage la
On the morning of April 26, 19o3,
Mrs Hayes called her husband and
told him there was a disturbance out
at tbe lot. Hayes went out to inves
tigate the matter, It being 4 o'clock' In
the morning. While out he claims bis
wife committed sulolde. After several
days had elapsed Hayes arrested
and in a few months ho was tried on
the charge of murdering his wife.
The proueoution pressed the idea
that Hayes wrote the note himself.
Hayes was oonvlcted on clrcumstan
clal evidence and sentenced to be
bsnged O, tober 14th.
Numerous petitions wore filed with
tbo Governor, Asking for and protect
ing against the commutation of the
Dolore he could give tho proper con
sideration of the mutor Gov. Hoyward
found It noce3fary to reprieve Htyos
On the very day however that, tbe
execution was to take place as fixed by
the Courts, the Governor decided to
save blm from the gallows.
HOW TO CURE CORNS AND BUN
First, soak tho corn or bunion In
warm water to soften It; then pare i'
d >wn as clo'oly as possible without
drawing blood ?nd apply Obanibor
lain's Fain Halm twice daily, rubbing
vigorously for five, minute* at. each ap
pl cation. A corn plaster should be
worn a few days to project it from the
shoe. As a gereral liniment for
sprains, bruises, lameness and rheu
matism, Pain Halm is uncqunled. For
sale by Laurens Drug Co. and Dr. B.
TYLER8VIL.T.E, Oct. 15?Mrs. John
Wilson will return to her home at
Langley In a few days after a vlr-it to
her parents, Mr. and Mrs J. W. Blake
Mies M&ttie Sanders and daughter,
Miss Pearle were in Laurens last Fri
Miss Nina Poolo is at home now af
ter a few days visit in Laurens.
Mr. and N.rs. Ernes'. Choney visited
bis parents at Clinton last Sunday.
The Sandy Spring echool la getting
along nicely under tbe management of
Miss Lilllo E. Saddler.
Mr. Edgar Donnon visited his pi
Mr. John Donnan will return In a
few days'frora Tennessee.
Mrs. Mattle Clark spent Friday in
HE KNOWS NOW!
T. H. Barber, a large cotton plan!or
f South Carolina, said: "Portm y^ars
suffered with severe headache. , rog
ulsr splitting, unQittlng me for busi
ness and putting me in bed. I find
only Lee s Headache and Neuralgia
Remedy never falls to cure me prompt?
ly." A scientific cure. Sold by Tho
P.ilmetto Drug Co.
THE TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION.
First Meeting of the New Year Was
The Laurens County Tcaole<-?' Ab
sociation was reorganized Saturday at
a woll attended meeting whleh was
held In tha office of the County Su
perintendent of Education,
Tho election of officers and an execu
tive resul ed in tho selection of B. L.
.Ion?'.', Superintendent of tbe Laurens
graded schoo's, as president; R. W
Nash, county superintendent of educa
tion-elect, vice president; B. Y. Cul
berlson, principal of the Prospect
High School, secretary and treasurer;
R. W. Nash, ex officio chairman; W.
H, Hamilton, principal of tbe Gray
Court-Owings Ini-tltute, T. J. Pyles,
principal of the L'.di >n scbo.ds, mem
bers of the executive committee.
There were thirty odd teachers of
the city and county present and quito
an Interesting end profitable mcetlrg
was held after the work of organ;zing
had been completed.
The subject, Class Teaching vers is
Hearing Lesson*, was discussed by
Prof. Hamilton, Prof. J. A. Madden,
Prof. J. A. Stoddard of Liberty, Prof.
A. Q. Rice, Superintendent Brooks,
Prof. W. P. Culbertson. Miss Bessie
Hudgons of the Chestnut Ridgo f-chool,
Miss l.illie Earle Saddler of Sandy
Springs and Miss Wlllou Gray of Wal
lace Lodge, read we'l prepared p tpers
on the same topic
Tbe association adjourned to meet
again second Saturday in November.
State of South Carolina
COUNTY OF LATHENS
Whereas, Lantlon E Reeder made
suit to mo. to errant him Letters of Ad
ministration of tbe E-tate of and effects
of the raid John C. R? eder. deceased,
These are therefore to oite and ad
monish all and singular the kindrod
and oreditors of the said JnoC Reeder,
deceased, to be and appear before me it.
tbe Court of Probat?.-, to bo held at
Laurens O. IT.. S. C, on the 20th day
of Otober, 1904, rext, after public >tion
thereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
to ?how cause, if any they have, why
the said admlnls'ration should not be
Given under my band, this 3rJ day of
O. G. THOMPSON,
NEW ME AT MARKET
I have opened up a
first-class meat and
produce market at
the City Market
stand, northeast cor
ner public square. In
addition to a supply
of fresh meats I
will handle all kinds
of produce ? chick
ens, butter, eggs,
etc. Parties desir
ing to buy or sell
milk cows will do
well to see me. . . .
J, Wade Anderson
Special. Notice?I have just recolved
a fine line of fall and winter samples of
all the latest styles. Price? to salt tho
times. Pants raadu to order from $1.00
up. Suits made to order from $!2 00
up. A fit is always guarantr cd I rIpo
Invite you to join my pressing olub,
only $l.oo per month. Phone 18o, M in
E. J. DANCTf Tailor.
For infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
W. C. IRBY, Jr.,
Attorney at Law,
LAURBNS, S. C.
Notice to Teachers.
Teachers of free public Bcbools will
sen that their certificates aro regis
tered in tho oflloe of County Superin
tendent of Education on or bef re pre
senting their pay warrants for first
A certifiObt'3 must be lots than two
years old to be of fu 1 force and effect.
Tenchers holding certificates from
Laui ens County Hoard of Examiners,
and who attended a County or Stnte
Summer School will p^ts. ut ?::mo for
renewal at oner.
A cert ficate will be given Wuchers
presenting a full dip'omu from any ac
cri'dlrtd Coll- g<? In this Ststo
Those not being able to comply with
the tibovo had best txko advantage of
the < xamlnations on the 2lst lnst.
Ohables p. SltOOKS,
County Supt. of Education.
> it, Wear.
Itetalna \ /Mo; i >
Ccvttcst \ l!lp? or iVii.li.
Hernia J rronmlereir.-.pt
Mih Coi..ro.:. ' l.'ovur lnovoa.
We guarantee a fit or money
. PALMETTO DRUG CO.,
Laurens, S. C.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
lj Life Insurance Co.
?5 New York
Richard A. McCurdy, Pres.
Oldest in - America
jr. Largest in the world
j? W. W. DODSON,
JW1 Agent for Lnurcns County
S| l.aurens, S. C.
Sow Early For Best Results.'
Our Trade Mark Brand is the
bestand cleanest quality that
it is possible to procure.
Hairy, or Winter Vetch,
Sown with Winter Oats, makes
the largest possible yield of the
best and most nutritious hay.
Write for prices.
WOOD'S DESCRIPTIVE FALL CATALOG
Tells all about seeds for fall
sowing. It is tho most valua
ble and helpful publication of
the kind issuod In America.
Mailed freo on request.
T. W. WOOD & SONS,
Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va.
For Any Poraoii Who
The Great Mood Purifier, Kidney nud
Liver lte&ulutor, tmd Receives
A Guarantee Goes With Each
And the druggist signs tho guaran
tee. You run no rLsk in tho trial. Our
Now Dlsoovory is no1; an alcoholio
s.lmu'aut, whi'.'.h is worse than no
stliunlant, but it is tha g'oat building
up and purifying remedy, purifying
the b ood hnd cleansing tho system
from a'l impurltle*, whloh give* new
lfe aiid vigv?r to overy orgm. It pos
itiv- !y cu 03 all blood disens 8 8Uoh as
Itoblng skin, l'implos, Bozo ma, Blood
I'o ro i, Scrofula, llheum:itisiu, audit
rottorei tho Norvous Sydtom to its
Normal condition, produces a healthy
app. tito, tours aud i ognlat?t> ih'a heart,
and It lvgulatos thi Kidneys, Liver
and Bow< Is. The \ise of a sin jle bottle
w II convince any ouo of Its wonderful
curativo p'opertles. For sale by The
Laur-ODS Drug <\>.; W. W. Dudson.
L. M. SPEERS,
Nowfoorry, S. 0.
Marble and Granite
Made by Liddell
Not only tap wltlx tI\o
limag, but many yours
ahaad, if othor syttsms
Act Particulars Ifom
COLUMBIA, 9. C.
Pleats mention this paper.
W.U. KNIGHT. U.K. HAMM
KXI?HT & Ii ABB,
Attorneys at Law.
fciT Will practice In all the state aud
Federal Courts. Striot attention to all
business intrusted to them
Office ur-italrs, simoons' Building
Tho County Treasurer's Hook t will
be o| on for collection oi state, County
and Commutation Road Tnxos fo- fis
cal year 100.'} at tbe Treason t'h Olllce,
from October l?th t> December ui,
1001' Thoso who prater to do to can
pay in January, ]Ut'5, with ope per CHnt.
adiii ional; tho.o who prefer paying in
February, 1005. can do so with 2 per
cent, addition a'; thoso Who prefer to
p*y in March. 11)05, 10.the 15th of laid
month, cjn do so hy paying an addi
tional 7 per cent. After Haid date the
books will c'.ose.
All persons owning properly or pay
ing 'axes for others in more thaa ore
Township are rcqUtBt) d to c ill for re
ceipts In eaeh township In which they
live. This it Important, as addition-.1
oo8C and peoaby may not i>a attached
Prompt attention will bo given tho?e
who wish 'u p.?y their taxes through
tho iiihiI by ? beck a, in uey order*, eio
Persons s-tiding In lists of names to 1)0
takon oil, are urged to sond la early as
the Treasurer is Very busy during tho
im ti l>. of December,
Tim Tax Levy la as follow-:
Slate Tex 5 mil's
County Ordin?r}*, 2% mills
Special Countv, 2* nulls
Public ROad, 1* mills
Schoo , * mills
Total 16 nulls
Special School, Lauren?, :i} m;iia
Special Sohool, Waterloo, 2 mill i
Special St hool, Gray Court) 2 mills
Special Si-Ik o!, Cioss Hill, I', m'llfi
Special .- i. il ?ol, Mountvllle, 2A mills
3p?clnl sc.,.oi1, Fonn ale Inn, a mills
Special Se.ho ?I, Hunter, ;5 mill.**]
All abb -bodied male citizens between
the ages < f 21 and (50 yours are liable
10 pay a poll lax of $1.00, except old
soldiers, who are exempt at 50 y<.?rs.
Commutat'on Ho id Tax $t 00, in l eu
of working the public >oads, to bo paid
at the time as ' iatod ab vo.
Come oarly and avoid I he rush.
J, II. COPE LAND,
County Trea uror.
Laurons, 8. C, Sepi 20 1001?td.
THE NEW NERVE TOa?C
AND KIDNEY CURE.
Cleanses I ho Kidneys and Madder, purifies tho
Illood. Flesh on thin pooplo. StreiiKtlioiia
tin- Nerves, cii'iirH iiu- Drain, Cures Nervous
Debility, liiHoinnln, I'iiMIiik BJcuinry. Reston-*
tli?; Vim, Vipor, Vitality und Strcnnth of Youlh.
in both weak Mou and women.
This New Remedy works llko Manic, hut Is nit
Bolutviy harmless. Wii^-h yourself before taklug.
wPrICMf ^? 12 bonos, Rs.oo, by mall,
Wo will clicrhilly nfiiml ti?. money If vou am
not bonefltted. Try It and bo con; luci d.
Laurens Drug; Co.
W. Y. BOYD,
Attorney at Law.
Will pract.ieo In all Stuto Courts.
Prompt attention given to all business.
J. N. LEAK,
Offers his services to the peo
ple of Laurens County.
Headache and Neuralgia
Cured hy Nervaltrine. For s.do by
Lnurons Drug Co., W. W.Dodson ami
all other Druggists.
YOU see it is this way?when you buy drugs you
want good drugs, the best drugs that you can
Poor drugs are dear at any price. Good drugs
are a bargain at any price.
In the first place we have pure drugs?there are
no better drugs anywhere.
Ordinarily, that is all that you would care about
if you were ill and needed drugs.
But we can do more for you than that?we are
selling these pure drugs ? the best drugs?for what
we term very moderate prices.
No drug store in this vicinity is giving better
We sell everything that a first-class drug store
Dodson's Drug Store.
R. P. MILA1T & COflPANY
Moved to W. L. Gray's old stand.
Wc have the choicest line of Funeral Directors.
Staple and Fancy Our equipment in the Under
Groceries, Hardware taker's line is better than ever
Harness, Guano, Etc. before- On Sundays or at night
m, . .... , , parties desiring anything in this
Ilvese goods will be sold on a 1 6 ' e
Low Price Full Weight Ouaran- iine wiU ^honc R' P- Milam at
tee, and the quality is the be; t his residence or call on Alec. N.
that can be found on the market. Bramlett at his home.
Adolphus M. Owings, Alec N. Bramlett ond Martin Poole are
with us and will be pleased to see their friends.
R. P. MILAM & CO.,
LAURKNS, S. C.
SIMPSON & COOPER
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice In nil Stute Courts.
Prompt attention givento fill business
Dr. Chas. A. Ellett,
t> I.e.-. - r. . ????? I ?H?????
Money Advanced on Cotton.
We uro prepared, as usual, to advance
money on cotton stored with 113.
Lmjkkns Bonded Warehouse,
N. B. Dial, President,
.1-1. Coleman, Manager.
Tlio regular Fall examination for
teachers' certificates will bo bold in
tbc Court House, Friday, Oct. 21. Ap
, plicantB for lirst grado certificates will
bo examined oo the following pub
i"ols: Arithmetic, Algebra, English
! Grammar, Geography, History, Physi
ology, Silas Marnor, Enoch Arden,
! Hughes' Mistakes in Teaching, Peter
1 man's Civil Government and Current
it will be well for those intending to
take this examination to roviow all the
above eubjects carefully, especially
those on English Literature.
The examination will begin promptly
at 9 o'clock.
Char. F. Brooks,
County Supt. of Education.
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