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The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, April 10, 1913, SECTION 2, PAGES 9 TO 16, Image 11

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Huntington School.
Huntington school Is located In
school district No. ?> in Jack's town
ship about two miles from Enoree
river. It has 1G acres of land?about
half in cultivation.
In 1817 the trustees, who were
George Dillard, Joseph Garret, David
Reader, and Edward Janes, bought
4 acres from Win. Dillard for fifteen
dollars and the same year, 3 acres
from Elijah Cabancss for the same
amount. |
In 1835 they bought 4 acres more
from John Hairston for twenty dol
lars. The other five acres were ac
quired later but the writer can't lo
cate the papers. The land was deed
ed to the trustees of "Hunting Acad
The school has had a varied career,
Bometlmee It had as many as 60 pu
pllB and at otherB only a handful.
From 1908 to 1911 there was only one
white child of school ago in the dis
trict. There is ono family who has at
tended that same school for five con.
secutlve generations. It has only 11
pupils now and is taught 'by Mrs.
Jessie M. Sparks,
"My little son had a very severe
cold. I waa recommended to try
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and be
fore a small bottle was finished he
was finished he was as well as ever,"
writes Mrs. H. Silks, 29 Dowling St.,
Sydney. Australia. This remedy Is
for sale by all dealers.
O'DELL SCHOOL (New Building).
O'DELL SCHOOL (Old Building).
00)611 School.
The school la situated In the er
treme southern end of the county,
twen'ty-flv^ miles from the county
There are no old records to show
the exact date of Its being built, but
from what we nre able to learn from
the older residents of the district, it
has been here about forty years. This
has never been a very large school,
for the past twenty years, not more
than twenty-five pupils enrolled, and
in the last ten years, not more than
In 1910-11 there was only one pu
pil, in 1913 there are nine.
In all the years there have been
some excellent teachers, many of
them college graduates.
The school children are too small
to take part In the Corn club or To
mato club, they being first, second
and third grade children.
The School Journal is taaen by ev
ery family represented except one.
One child will get the perfect attend
ance button.
In the summer of 1912 the voters of
the district got together and voted a
special three mill tax to he used for
school purposes thereby lengthening
the school term from five to seven
Also there is a nice now building,
costing $:1T>0.00, the school lot hav
ing been glveu by Mr. B. C. Briggs of
Clinton. The trustees, the children
and all who are interested in the
school, wish to thank Mr. Illings for
Iiis generosity and also Mr. PlttB and
Miss Cray for their kindly interest in
the school.
I'nlns In the Stomach
If you continually complain of pains
in the stomach, your liver or your kid
neys are out of order. Neglect may
lead to dropsy, kidney trouble, dlabetos
I or Height's disease. Thousands recom
i mend Electric Hitters as tho very best
stomach and kidney medicine made.
H. T. Alston, of Raleigh, N. C? who
suffered with pain)In the stomach and
back, writes: 'My kld?f?ys were do
rangod and my jfU><*r did not work
right. 1 suffered much, but Electric
Hitters was recommended and 1 Im
proved from tho llrst dose. I now
feel like a new man." It will Improve
you, too. Only .r>0 eents and $1.00.
Recommended by Laurona Drug Co.
and Palmetto Drug Co.
Select Blres und dams from large
Always begin hitching up by tustnn
Ing (ho lines.
With lambs got nil the growth possi
ble the first summer.
With horses slsse with good action
are desirable qualities.
Constitutional vigor will perpetuate
itself In vigorous offspring.
Hogs coarse in type mature slow- <
ly and fatten Indifferently.
With Judicious management hogs <
are pretty nearly sure money.
A mixture of millet and corn will
make a fairly good quality of silage.
A fowl having a strong constitution
has a full development of the tail
Poultry and lice cannot be success
fully raised on the same land at the
same time.
Doth concrete and wooden silos pro*
duce good ensilage provided they are
properly made.
When alfalfa Is ready to cut for
bay It is in tho right stage of maturity
for ensiling purposes.
Planer shnvlngB and sawdust are
being qulto generally used by dairy
men for bedding purposes.
Keeping dairy cows means produc
ing more food on fewer acres and con
sequently getting greater profits.
Peanuts are good to plant In the
orchard If not too far north. They
must bo kept absolutely froo from
How much satisfaction there is in buying at Switzer's! You are always sure of get
ting the most correct merchandise at moderate prices, and as we have made your inter
est our special study you get services that will add greatly to your comfort and make
shopping here a profitable pleasure.
Cinderella Won a Prince With
Her Feet
The American girls are noted the world over
for their dainty footwear. Many an American
Prince has been captured by a modern Cinde
rella with a pair of J & K shoes.
We are not exactly aides
to cupid but our shoes go
a long ways in the matter
If you desire to look your best at all times,
keep your feet dressed properly. Let us as
sist you?advice free.
"Linen Ramie"?the best yet in Linen Suiting, comes 45
inches wide in all of the new shades, including Ashes of Roses,
Delph Bine. Copenhagen. Sells at 50c yard.
"Mercerized Plisse" for Drosses and "Waists. It is the new
est wrinkle in Krinkle Cloth. See it as 20c yard. All colors.
"Embroidered Crepe Voile Flouncing" 45 inches wide.
A beautifully dainty sheer fabric handsomely embroidered
Silk Floss in many patterns. hands to match 50c yard.
"Kimono Cropc"?in beautiful Japanese and Floral de
signs in all colors.
"Fish Not Veiling" in all colors. This is the most service
able and durable Veil for summer wear. 50c yard.
"Silk or Linen Parasols'' in beautiful color combinations.
.Many delicate shades with contrasting borders, ('hecks or
plain colors with hemstitched borders. Fancy Handles and
Tassels. . 50c to $6.50.
Silk Emb. Hose, black, special.50c
Ladies' Silk Hose, black.25c
Special bleached Vest, tape neck 5c
AU Silk Shirt, the new stripe special .$3.50
White Lawn Waists, emb. collar and ouff, only.$1.50
White Voile Waist, laee and emb. trimmed only.$1.00
White New Buck.
Tan Hut ton Oxfords.
Pat. button Oxfords_?.
Tan. Pat. dun Metal button Oxford, special
Better Far, an
Old Gown with
A Warner Corset
To lend it shapeliness and styles, so long as a shred holds
together, than a smart new frock done the injustice of a limp
and shapeless Corset.
Few well-dressed women now need the reminder that War
ner Corsets are shapeliest and most fashionable, as well as
the most economical in wear.
Sometimes it gives one a pleasant start, though, to be re*
minded how much Warner grace, comfort and wear can be
secured for the same prices as the ordinary NAMELESS
Don't cheat your figure 01' your purse. Our Warner Corset
Section is well equipped with a full line of the newest War
ner's Corsets for sprint', at $1 to $3. Every pair is guaran
You can depend absolutely upon everything connected with this house--you
assured the most correct merchandise at moderate prices. Why shop elsewhere?

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