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I EDUCATIONAL |
Resolved, That the Conference for
Kdu tit Ion ia the South recommends
!<>:? special attention in the work of
"? ?<? Immediate future:
!. improvement in county super
vision as tan strategic point iti the
ent ro educational Bystem.
'-. The professional training of
teachers to meet the just demand for
more ? irK-i *nr service, and especially
the strengthening of the department
ot edu ation ia the higher institutions
fa." the training of men as teachers
and principals of high schools im l as
The extension of local school
improvement leagues to every com
munity ia the Sooth ami the earnest
effort k> place this inspiring work
upon a self-supporting basis.
i. Continued efforts in behalf of
compulsory education in such a man
ner as may be deeaied wise iti each
"?. We recognize with delight the
Increase, in dignity and power of the
.->:ii< - of state superintendent of ed
ucation, which is attracting the
stro igest men among us, and growing
recognition of these leaders as the
real shepherds of the people.
?; '1 he national bureau of education
at Wr-'.hingti t lias made such use of
Its : mited resources ns has rendered
ii n '..lined reinforcement <>:' every
Koo<l ? lueatiotiul movement through
out the laud. We tire glad to note
thai ??? ngress has begun to make a
?Iis:: n : increase in the appropriations
for !his ottlce. S teh increase as has
hit Ii t .1 he >h mail> is. however, whbU
!.?? i. leipiate to the needs of the oiHce
ami ia in fully disproportionate to the
Importance of the Interests Which it
serves. We respectfully urge upon
cougi'e-.s liiii! it undertake without
f?rt ier 'leliiy tIii? placing of this bu
reau ilpbn stich ii plan of ollteioiioy
? to re id ??? in full i he
. ites ? |,fi ? led
Walking Undor n Ladder.
A f.eirespondenl of iho Boston
Gh?b ? gives this explanation <f the
..hl sulp? rstitbui against walking under
a ladder: "In form";- days. Whop bang
ing vv;:s done after a more primitiv?
.1 ii11 simple fasliloti than it i- today,
ii,,- \: um had gotiorally to pas.-, under
the ladder will h stood against the gal
1'iws fi r the convenience of! the execu
tion, ii nd be pa wed under that, ladder
with the fair certainty of being Imme
dhlti ly hanged. What the unhappy
criminal could ii"t avoid the average
pedestrian nvolds today, even at the
expense of his polished boots, by turn
ing into the roadway."
Tea M.ide of White Hair.
"This is whit.- hair you are drink
lag." said the Chinese undersecretary.
? White hair! Nonsense: It Is deli
CiOllH t< a
Th" undersecretary laughed In his
Iliac breeiute sleeve. "No, white hair,"
lie Insisted "White pair Ihat is. In
my language, for pekoe means white
hair. This tea is ,?ailed pekoe hecau.se
Its leaves wer ? gathered so young that
the while downy hairs still grew on
them." Kxclin tige.
When Tommy was taking papn hi
dlnn r lie stopped for a m >:?: -n: to
wtih li a workman emptying a ,eWoi\
"That," remarked Tommy Interest
edly, "is the gr |o my brother h-st :(
Tlie workman's eyes lit Up
"W< I, yollilg mitII,-" he >ai I. Wllll ft
show of , nre' . .mess, "yotl'd bellet
gel f i .' ir?l wiili tllllt dinner before
it's ( ? Id."
In abnul half nn hour Tonbny re
I urm ?I to Ibid lhe man st ill ill (hi
"Are j on ipille sure It was this urnte
t he f I illllig WHS lost InV said I lie
"I a in certain." replied Tommy, "be
cause I saw my fuller get it out." ?
l.omh n Answers
Wanted P.ipa to Enjoy It.
Fra::< is. aged four and a half, bad
annoyed Ills father mil II I ha I Individ
unl linally losi pailonce. He was try
ing to do some varnishing. Thilllcltlg
In get Hd of him for a few minutes,
he Said. "Hurry, son, to the window
and Watch the parade." The hid ran
to Hm tvititloW an.I i limbed Upoll a
ciiiVir, vi 11110 tii ? father sinil ? I at tie
success of his little lie,
The Kiiiifo w a - stiii on hpi fa e when
::t hi < ? mil and a ? Hurry. |> pii.
ipili k!" caused him b? ^'.iri lowar I
the wil d->w "What is the mattery
In- a ? ? d,
"Come and see tli? el-pii.-mi In lib
parade." I ?elineat >r.
When the largo and healihy lookin?
Indh id ml who lias asked ill the d< bi
for "a little something lo eat" was
told that lie might have it if lie would
work awhile nl lim woinl pile he shook
his head mournfully.
"I've got the ague." he explained,
"and my hind is I lull linsllddy 1
couldn't hit more'n olio stick III seven."
??All right!" exclaimed the mistress
of the house, "CJo out In the hack
yard and shake those ashes for me."
A Poor Romod/.
"1 notice a man who had a cold hi
bis head has committed Stlloldo."
"Poor fellow! Now what fool friend
could have advised him to try that
remedy 7"- Philadelphia Ledger.
MONUMENT FIND HS LAUREN'S ?
Laurons county should give ?J00.0)
to the fund for the erection of a mon
ument in Columbia to the women of
the Confederacy: she should not stop
with less than that amount, and if
possible ought to ?n beyond it. The
State of South Carolina has respond
ed heartily to a call from Laurents,
and it will ill become the honor of
the county to fail to respond to this
call from the State.
Following is the list of contribu
tors in Lauretta county: the names
marked by a star are those who sent
their contribution direct to The srute,
those unmarked were received by The
H. K. Alken *. $5.00
R, C. Davis. * Clinton. 5.00
H. V. Simpson *. 5.00
j, K. Minter. 5.00
Col. lt. N. Cunlnghatu *.5.00
J. O. c. Fleming. 5.00
H. L. Lucas. Martsville. 5.00
t. D. Darlington. r?.oo
\V. I'. Harris. Cray Court .. .. 5.00
W. Edgar Owens, * Clinton, .. 5.00
J. P. Sloan *. 5.00
('. C. Featherstone. 5.00
it. /.. Wright, ? Clinton. 2.50
Iii A. McCord. 2.00
J. H. Wharton. Waterlot) .... 2 00
Jno. Cunhtghain, Waterloo .. 1 . *>0
Dr. A. C. Fuller. 1.00
I). T. Copeland, ? Clinton. .. 1.00
J, P. Little, * Clinton. I.??
T. Ii. Anderson. i .00
.1. Q. Wilbur. I .00
c. M. Miller. i .00
A. 0. TOdd.
A. W. Teugue.
I. .1. D. i.dy.
.1. II. Peterson.
MahalYey Cab!) . .
Swit/.er t'otitpsihy ..
.i. c. Owhigs.
\\ . v. .tones.
W. (1. Lancaster ....
c. c. Albright.
C. II. i: pei .
!.. G. alle .Ii'.
.1. L. Hop..ins . . . .
.;. a. :' .
.:. S. Del .
.!. .1. Adatil>.
T. L. \V. Bailey, Cllitt
.1. ii. Teagtte .. ..
IL W. Trlbble.
It. V, Jones.
c. H. HobO .
J. w. Ferguson. 1.00
J. W. Davis. * Clinton. 1 .00
Mrs. Virginia Gritton, N. Y., .. 1.C0
J. J. Pluss. 1.00
J. D, Humbert, * Princeton .. 5.00
c. D. Barksdale. 1.00
J. 11. Sullivan. 1.00
J. Adger Smyth. 1.00
W. D. Ferguson. 1.00
S. P. Dahl). 1 .00
\V. P. Jacobs. Clinton. 1 .'?0
s. B. Boney. l .00
D. A. Davis. 1 .00
C. \V. Taylor. I .')??
R. A. Babb. ? .00
W i; Th tyer.
CM Babb. ' '
W. II. Briitutnon !. ? Lanford .. 1 .< -'>
.1. 0, Templet. ;i
m. .v. 8urnere I
i. a !'
c. A. Saxon
m. 0. Patterson.
? I'leiii ? :
J. M. Fleming, Lanford .. .. i.111
w. p. Patterson. ' Llihfos'd .... 1:00
W. Ii. Washington. l .00
R. B. Hughes. 1.00
J. D. Watts. 1 .00
Dr. J. II. Williams. * Clinton , . .1
.1. Andy Jones. * Clinton .... 1 .'>?>
J. W. Adair, * Clinton. I ;00
.1. W. C. Bell. ? Clinton. 1 .<',.)
T. 1. LangstOtt, ' Clinton .... I o.)
It. .1. Top.'land. * Clinton .... 1 ;00
j. Bell, ? cihVtori. 1.06
Dr. W. A. Shnnds, ' Clinton .. l."?
I). T. CopelUUd. * Clinton .... 1 .00
T. .1. I ?tieketi. ? Clinton . . . . 1 .00
Dr. J. \v. Voting. ? clintoh .. .. 1.00
0. B. Simmons. 1 i00
F M Smith. I
' W T< i I.
P. A .
VY \ ' .
X. H. D .
T. D. Lake. 1,00
I.. S Fuller. LOO
Jno U. Brooks. 1 00
A. B. Spencer, * Clinton. I.?0
W. C Wharton. Waterloo .. .. 1.00
M. L. Copeland. 1 .00
W. L. Taylor. 1 .00
W. II. Anderson. 1 .00
.1. S. Machen. 1.00
Indue I). (1. Thompson * .. .. L00
Col. T B. Crews *. 1 ,00
W. B. Garrett * (juryman for the
?jury.) . 1.60
C. W. Stbne, ? Clinton.50
a. o. D.i\ is. ? Clinton.60
las it. Copeland, ? Clinton, .. .r>o
L\ ii. Moore. * Lanford.50
Miss Daisy Allen. ? Lanford .
T. R. Deshlelds, ? Latiford .. .
0. m Harley. * Lanford .. .
.!. W. Ijanford. ? Lanford .. .
W. B. Patterson. * Lanford .. .
\V. D. Watts. ' Clinton.
J. T. Kobertsou, * Clinton, . .
A. M. Copelaud, ? Clint m, ..
R. v.. Wright, ' Clinton.
W. Ii. McCrary, * Clinton .. .
Jno. W. S:ulth, * Clinton .. .
R. K. Chaney, * ?. Itnton .. .
.1. Wilson B'.akely. * Cllnt kl ..
w. Ii. Simpson, * Clinton, ..
Hay C. Simpson, * Clinton, ..
P. H Butley, ? Clinton.
R. .1. Copelund, * Clint >n, ..
.1. A. Bailey. ? Clinton.
Cash. * Clinton.
A. B. Galloway, * Clinton. ..
Cash. * Clinton.
T. J. Duckott. ? Clinton.
.1. W. P ? ? i.
W des .
W. T. \usti! .
lol ii ? w\ - .
.J.-T. To l!. * Clinton.
H. P. Bl?kely, * Clinton .. .
R. o. Halrst?n, 4 Clinton .. .
w. f. Balloy. ? Clinton ..
.Jas. i.. Simpson. * Cllnt in ..
I. W. Adalri * Clinton ..
T. f. Mil am, * Clinton ..
.:. Wilson Blakely, ' Clinton
R. P. Aditlr, * Clinton ..
w. M. McC'nslnn, ? Clinton ..
. Thos. C. Scott, ' Clinton ..
B. .1. Ad: Irj, * Clinton.
Cash, * Cl'nton.
Sani .1. Todd, ? Clinton, .. .
c i*. Robinson, * Clinton. .
.1. R. Franks. * Lanfor l ..
.1. S. 1 i i . * Lntlfor 1 . .
o !.. Lapford. * Lanfor i ..
0. c. do Ifroy. * i ihn for i ..
11. P. R?rdetio. * Lanford ..
1. F. i
Ii! - ''::> iv L.U'ltLN
: \IIH i DM!,
? Iii :
know. ;v's Ki.inoy Pills relieve
ipiickly?cur? permanently; Lniiivns
oiti/eim testify to this. Here is a
<?:!>..? of i;;
W. C. Klehclberger, lie W. .Main st..
Lntircns, S. C. says: "I shall al
ways ho ?lad to say a good wor 1 for
Dona's kidney Pills, as they proved
of great benefit to me several yours
ago. I suffered a great deal from
baoktioh<\ several times being obliged
to lay off from work on account Ol it.
There was also a mill, heavy nclie
across my lolnS ami when I caught
cold it always settled in niy kidneys,
greatly Increasing, my suffering Tim
kidney socreilohs were too fre<iuenl
in i>,,.->-au' ami (in this account I was
Aft,. ? trying numerous remei'ie;! vvitli
otii hetielli ? i w as jed lo u. ?? I ? urn's
mir ? i a I o\ a- tho Pal in et to lirii('ii,
Industry i> the w itch i
\ ii ( arc. N ?? Paj. i - a Most
To gel .m antiseptic strong enough
to kill eattirrh norms and not des(ro>
?h" (issues of the membranes at tlie
Then why should any cattllTh sill
forer it?'.>i'a;??. \vheb the Lhurotis i?
Co. hOVo stich faith in Hyotnei thai
they oiler (0 return your money if
after a fair trial liyomcl does not euro
A complete llyomel outfit. Including
tlte inhaler, cost.^ $1.00, and extl'tl hol
lies, ii afterwards Heeded. CO^I but *?0
cent-.. llyoillOl also cure., cstbiiin.
croup, sore tliroot, (OUgbs, Colds or
It relieves Btomacll misery, sonr stom
ach, belcl)ing,anil cures all stomach dis
ease or money back. Largo box of tab?
lota ?o cents. Druggists iu all towns,
You c?n always find any articles
you ma; \\ int for your kitchen In Tin.
Agate, Grey and Blue Ware at prices
that will bo money saved for von At
S. M. & K ii Wilkes ? Co.
CHARLESTON AND WESTERN CARO
\rrh jl and Departure oi Trains. I.aurens.
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1. 1909.
No. I. Leave Augusta.10:10 a m
No. I. Leave I.aurens. 2:32 p hl I
No. 1. Arrive Spartanburg.. 4:05 p ml
No. ?". Leave Greenwood.... 6:50 am
No. ">. Leuye Laurens. 7:55 a ml
No. 5. Arrive Spartanburg.. 11.30 am
No. 53, Leas? Greenville.12:20 p m
No. 53; Arrive Laurens. 1:45 pm|
No.*SO. L?.? tve Greenville .... 4:30 p tri
No.*S6. Arrive Lauren* . 6:25 p n\\
No. 2. Leave Spartanburg .. .12:20 p to
No. 2. Leave Laurels. 2:32 p tu
N '. 2. Arrive AugUStU . 6:15 p m
No. ,:. Leave Spartanburg ... 5:00 p in
No. I>. Leave Laurens. (>::>."> p pj
No. 6. Arrive Greenwood .... 7:">o p m
No.*$7. Leave Laurens...
No.'ST. Arrive Greenville
5:16 a m
10:20 a m
No. '?>!. Leave Laurens. 2:35 :> m
No. 52. Arrive Greenville .... 4:i)0 p tu
Trains and *87 daily except Sunday.
Tti-weokly through Pullman Parlor
Car service between Augusta aal
Asheville on trains Nds. l ami _':
North bouttd, Tuesdays. Saturdays;
Southbound. MotidUys, Wednesdays
and Frida} s
(.' Ii GASQl'E. Agent.
Ltturens. s. C.
<\. T lilt VAN. (;??:. AgL.
S ' '
a. W. ANDERSON. Gen; Stint..
ERNES r WILLI VMS. G. iv a .
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Lnw
1 EATABLES I 0U B
X iliisc ? Wafers, Ifig
Xewtons, Five Ocloek Tea.
Cheese Sandwich, flutter
Thins, icial Tea.
Pottc.1 Hani, Potted Tongue,
Chipped Beef, Lunch
Tou-:e, (try these articles
T? i I':
Mahaffcy & Babb
Pill INK 244 LA r RENS, S. C
There are lots of
why particular people pr.ie
tice comimi here for What
lliev nee '
rot <>:i<" tlllil
they i.v.'t ex fatly vvil tl t'.:
ask !'<?: It' wo havil't it,
cariA . - :hk
cci ies as aui
toWn, ai'id %
it that \v< '
Try us, Come in and see
1 L it;/. S >u; - 2o rind 35c
i lid Virginia Fish Roc 10c
35c Cm Peaehes now 2,sc
Kvaporated Apples 3 for 2 5c
Try < Iruilge Pekofc Tea 35c
Our special nttlck delivery
system prevents Unnecessary de
lays. You always get exactly
what you order and get it ri^ht
on the minuio.
J. S. Bennett
Laurens, S. (\
The Stores will all be closed on the 4th,
of July this time, so 1 offer some
July the 3rd.
in Ladies and Men's Low Cut Shoes
$2.00 Men's Oxfords Patent or Tan, $1.49
$2.00 Ladies Oxfords Patent or Tan, $1. 19
$1.50 Men's Oxfords Patent or Tan, $1.19
$1.50 Ladies Oxfords Patent or Tan, $1.19
Too many bargains to mention them all
st> don't miss coming July 3rd.
J. L. Hopkins
Laurens, S. C.
? ??< tft ??? a >?4 *?? ? 1 > a 8>T? ? rib a a^s a rife 5?
>2 J- :
We In >pe t< ? mev
Gra\ Court, 5. C.
firth wi!! receive
^ V W ^ ^'?^ V V ^ ???
o Buv now and get the best, $5.00,
4* per ton.
A good supply of Corn and Neav> j?jro
?4* ceries, bust prices
^ Laurens Wholesale Grocery Co.
* PlH ) i ( KiRAPIIS:
Go to the (VlcCord Studio for Tine Photos
and High tirade Portraits.
The very best material is itsed in 1 tii? l itest de
sigiis iii Folders, II.it.,; :^ Hid Cards ire supplied.
)<?? 1 WOI
^ The McCord St\idio
$15.00 Suit $10.00
$20.00 Suit $15.00
Edwin Clapp and Regal Shoes for Men
Tribble Clothing; Co.