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HELD LAST EVENING IN AUD
ITORIUM FIRST BAPTIST
ADDRESS BY HON.
J. E. SWEAR1NGEN
State Supt. of Education Gives
Wise Counsel to Members
Thp commencement exorcises of the
Anderson High school held last even
ing in the First Baptist church ?pr?
marked hy their simplicity and th&
manner in which every detail of the
program was carrcd out. The church
was filled tn Its utmost capacity nr. 1
the rostrum, banked with beautiful
ferns and jotted plans, on which sat
the graduating class and the members
of the chorus, made a Very jretty
The first number on the program
wa? the song, "Come Thou Almighty
King," in which the audience joined,
followed -by prayer by Rev. J. W.
Speakc. Next came the chorus. "The
EIVC'B Dance." followed by Miss
Lena Clark's prize story, "The Trend
of Fate." which was well read, and
which showed much talent and origi
nality in Its preparation. Next came
another chorus, "Voices of thc Woods."
and then the class history, prepared
and read by 'Mr. David Rast. This
paper was very interesting and amus
ing. The chorus "Happy Birds" was
then rendered. The class prophecy
by Mies Sara Balley was thoroughly
enjoyed by the entire audience and
was full of wit and humor. Thin -was
followed by the chorus, "Sand Maa am
a Softly Comin.' "
Hon. J. B .8wearlngen, state su
(Unrest song and mirth,
JS^ beaker full to the brim,
Loveland good cheer,
]\/jerj>all this and more to him
f3uvs a Palm Beach Suit
Fl ver clean, cool and neat,
JS^ joy in the summer season,
C ome all who are fleet.
H ere's Rhyme and Reason.
T. L. Gely Co
norintendent o feducstlon war. then In
troduced by Supt. McCantB. and his
address waa splendid. In the begin
ning he stated that the state depart
ment of education alwayB looked to
the Piedmont Beetloo for the best in
education and they ?ad not yet been
disappointed In either Andorson coun
ty or tho city of Anderson. In speak
ing- ot the gradu?tlng class he told
them tuat they had just finished the
first stage in their preparation for
life and that the next eleven or the
next four eleven years should show
much advancement. Ile lmpress<d
them with the question of time and
passing opportunities, saying, "Effort
ls thc price we pay for all that ?3
worth having," and urging them to ex
?rt every possible effort to take ad
vantage of all passing opportunities.
Ile stated that the Information that
they had gained In the past eleven
veara waa only the basis of future
work and that they should reach out
and grasp more knowlodgc for their's
waa a lot which is not giren evory
young man and young womat}. In
closing he stated that the conquest
Jays were over, the pioneer days
were over, but there wan yet a jungle
of n:nt als to be cleared and that evc- y
mcmbera of the class had their pnrt
to play In clearing this jungle.
Mr. C. B. Earle with short and an
rrlato remarks then delivered the. fol
lowing medals: For tho best short
story. Miss I^ena Clark, medal given
by Supt. E. C. McCantn; f.iere being
a tlc for the medal offered by the>K.
D. C. chapter two medals were call
ed for ard they were won by Misses
lionise 3'.tearer and Carrie Moore;
Miss Caro Geer won the medal pre
sented by Mr. Ernest Dugan for the
host essay written I by 'a member of
thc tenth grade.
Supt. McCants then delivered the
diplomas to the graduating class, tho
class roll of whjch ls as follows:
.Misses Carrie Mpc-e. Mattie Bolt,
Eleanor Frank, 1/onloe Shearer. Sara
Bailey. Clara Gates. 'Glenne Barrett,
Madge LaBoon. Lena 'Clarke. Jennie
Shelor, and Messrs. J. B. Hall and
Grain and Seeds.
Ear corn, per bushel ,...90c to $1.00
Mixed peas. .$1.60 to $1.60
Cane seed, per bushel.tl.25
Soy beans, per bushel.. .. _12.f>0
California black eye peas, per
bushel..$2.75 to $3.00
Dwarf Essex Rape, per pound. ..15c
Cleveland, per bushel.. ..75c to $1.0$
Conks, per bushel .. ..$1.00 to $1.25
Toole, per bushel.75c to $1.00
Mitchells Prolific, per bushel.. $1.50
Texas Riordan, per bu. $1.00 to $1.85
Culpepper, per bushel.. .. ..$1.00 j
Bens, each.3So to 50r
Priers, esch. 80c to 45c
Porkers dressed, per lb. 12c to IS l-2c
Hogs dressed, per lb..Ho
Hutton dressed, per lb. IPs to U l-2c
Best cattle, per lb.4 to 4 l-2c
?eal calf, per lb..4 to 6 1-2%?
Hogs, per lb. ..8 to 9c
Sheep, per lb.. , .4 1-2 to 6 l-2c
kountry bama, per lb. 15c to li 1-2c
Egg?, per doa..17 l-2c
Butter, per lb.20 to 25c
Sweet potatoes, per bu. . .$1.00 to $1.10
Turnips, per bu.... .?Oe to 85c
Turnip Greens, per bu... 60c to 75c
Spring onions, per bunch 3c to 2 l-2c
>>cal cotton .. .,.tc
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In the May American magasine
.nile Parker Butler writes a short
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chaining and amusing story of small
?oya and Ia th.?, beginning of a new
(eries. In the course of the story et
pnears that "Swatty" and one of hia
?als call themselves "COWMCOUBIUS."
That is because they were both ra lu
id on thu milk of the same cow. They
eeren't related '.n any other way, but
oe cow furnished the milk for two
am I Hos-hence the phrase "Cow
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igo I bad an attack that was so sa
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aaa tor two days. Falling to gat
my relief from any other treatment.
: took three ot Chamberlain's Tablets
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