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FIGHTING AGAINST "BLEASEISM."
$o Judge Jones Tells Large Audience
% at Gailney?Addresses Mill Folks
Gaffney, March 11.?Speaking before
a large and enthusiastic audience, the
Hon. Ira B. Jones, former Chief Justice
and now a candidate for governor
of South Carolina, fired his first shot
in tfye up-country today. Judge Jon-es
was greeted by a packed house at the
v -co'^rt house. lie pointed witn pnue iu
his record, spoke facetiously of the
-report that he was the candidate of
I the newspapers and the aristocrats,
V 'assailed Governor Blease's pardon
I record, censured his treatment of the
I legislature, defended the court for
iheir part in the Supreme uourtBlease
wrangle and closed with "Carolina."
Fighting to Redeem State.
Judge Jones said that he -was -not
making the race out of spit-e, but that
he was fighting a battle for the good
namp nf South Carolina. He said that
lie was actuated by a burning desire
? to be of service to the State and pleaded
with the voters to rally around the
flag of "good government and civic
righteousness and rid the State of
Bleaseism." He was interrupted by
frequent bursts of applause from the
1 audience. The distinguished jurist
said that he was in this fight to the
finish. He said, "God Almighty hates
a quitter, and so do I, and it won't
be ?aid that Jones was a quitter."
- Ke said in regard to the report that
f:ouid not carry .uancii&id wuu
those whp said it would need their
tmetic to figure up his majority and
some people were going to think
earn roller had passed over them
re he was through. When he conthe
court house was shaken
I Speaks to Mill Audience
"H? spoke again tonight at the ChercIfcee
Avenue school to the mill people.
He dwelt at length on the various, recJords
of the governor and showed the
pallacy of the claim of an economic
It is the general opinion here tonight
that the visit of Judge Jones
lias been of incalculable benefit to
him. It is said that his safe and sane
and conservative speech has made
votes for him in Cherokee. Throughout
the day the judge has been busy
shaking hands with his many friends
and making new acquaintances.
HONOR ROLL CITY SCHOOLS. <?
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Following is a list of the pupils who
;ot on the honor roll in the city
chools for the month ended February
Grade 10?James Kinard, Lance
windier. Lois Hipp, Marion Jones,
Iose Herbert, Nancy Wertz, Alice Can>n,
J^at? Xeel, Annie Kibler, Clara
owers, Bessie Lake, Esteile Caldwell,
Mayer, Mamie Paysinger, Lizzie
cCrackin, Moriett Hayes, Florence
orris* Ruth McCrackin.
Grade 9?Trent Keitt, Alice Bark-sr,
iye Rikard, Amelia Klettner, Cor;lia
Mayer, Amy Wertz, Margaret
?nwick, Annie Lominack, Jennie
[Grade 8?Oscar Blackwelder, Ma
I cripple with rheumatism for two y
to be carried from place to place,
ter, until I tried Sloan's Liniment,
and now I always have a bottle in
1 kills any kind of pain. Good for
Chest Pains. Sold by all dealers.
Sloan's book on Horses, Cattle, H
DR. EARL S. SLOAN
rion Earhardt, Terossa Maybin, John
Kiuard, Sara Halfacre, N-eely Cromer,
Dora Eddy, Rosa lee Summer, Marion
Baxter, Rebecca Sligh, Benedict Mayor,
Abraham Vigodsky, Myrtis Miller,
Harriett Rutherford, Thomas Parks,
Gordon Leslie, Cora Lominack, JuMa
Lake, Hey ward Ewart, Marie Evans.
! Lula Lominack, Carl .lulien, X-ellij McCrarv,
Herman Langford, Salu l.i
Blease, Ralph Higgins. Annie Mann,
Boundary Street School.
Grade 7?Margaret Mcintosh, Eddie
MaA Parr, Elton Boukntehf.
Grade 6?Pertha Gall man, Bla nche
Dickert, Ruth Porter. Janie McHowie,
' Annie- Coe Keitt, John Floyd, George
Rodelsperger, Xat Gist. Junius Kinard.
't?-i - - nin,.i.n.ftl,lov T?nhr>l'
uraae o?nuui ounnntn.
ta Mann, Azile Parr. Ruth Schumpert,
Mary Francos Ca inon, Frances Houseal.
Willie Adams, Marguerite' Spearman.
Grade 4?May Tarrant, Mary Klettni?r,
Harry Epting, Daggett Norwood,
Robert Schumpert, Marguerite Wertz,
Ellis Williamson, Hattie Mary Buford,
Grade 3?Aubrey Tilley, Clark
Floyd, Carroll Summer, Herman Dickert,
Fred Rodelsperger, Olivia Stewart,
Fredna Schumpert, Frances Jones, Annie
Ward, Mildred Tarrant, Janie Dell
Paysinger, Claudia Wheeler, Aileen
Grade 2?Harold Hipp, John Chappell,
Colie Blease, Elizabeth Wright,
Paul Fuleuwider, Everett Hipp, Henry
Lominick, James Wallace, Legare Tarrant,
Ella Dunn, Clara Stewart, Lillie
Mae Smith, Marie Schumpert, Mildred
Werts, Henry Gauntt, Mildred Paysinger,
Grade 1?Wright Cannon, Buford
Cromer, Garland Taylor, Severne Tilley,
Wadsley Anderson, Dorothy Denning,
Ruth Goldberg, Mazie Kinard,
' Pearl Pitts, Ruby Sligh.
Speers Street School.
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Grade v?tienry ruKaiu, namijn
Harms, Ruth Digby, Joe Norwood, Mildred
Evans, Mary Eliza Mahon, Mattie
Lou Wicker, Elise Peterson, Robert
West, Eldridge McSwain, Carlisle Fridy.
Grade 6?Sarah Thompson, Joe
Vigodsky, Ed Davis, Susie Davenport,
Jack Dunston, Gussie Sligh, Grace
Grade 5?Sophia Nell Crotwell, Annie
Dunston, Nancy Fox, mily Hoof,
George Amnions, Selman Bl- ustein,
Grade 4?Abbie Gaillard, Marguerite
Jacobs, Sue Ella Peterson, Edwin Setzler,
Lola Taylor, Susie Maude Wilson.
Grade 3?Mary Ellen Lake, Lina
Melton, Mary Alice Suber, Broaddus
Werts, R. C. Wilson.
Grade 2?Edith Wilson, Louise
Thomas, Nellie Lake, Ida Stewart, Jessie
Earhardt, Blanche Counts, Winnie
Taylor, Preston Lambright, Carroll
Baxter, William McSwain.
* Grade 1?Carolina Weeks, Delmar
Bailes, Elizabeth Harms, Marie Long,
Rubv Davis. Leland Wilson, John L.
Epps, Cortez Sanders, William Eddy,
C. P. Koon, Clarence Jacobs, Manning
Jacobs, James Dunston, Burr
West End School.
Grade 6?Annie Kinard, Janie Vines,
Xolia Banks, Enoch Bradley.
Grade 5?Bernice Caldwell, Ollie
Grade 4?Horace Ale wine, Grac-?
Grade 3?Carrie Xell Swindler,
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fro m I
y Sloan?s Liniment for your rheu- I
,m ? don't rub ? just lay it on
y. It goes straight to the sore
quickens the blood, limbers up
the muscles and joints and stops
Mrs. Julia Thomas of Jackson,
Cal., writes: "I have used your Liniment
for rheumatism with much suecess."
Martin* J. Tunis, 309 10th Ave.,
Paterson, N. J., writes:?I was a
ears and I could not move at all; had
I tried remedies and could not get bet- I
One bdftle fixed me up in good shape I
the house for my wife and children."
Neuralgia, Toothache, Lumbago and ?
Price 25c., 50c. and $!.oo.
ogs and Poultry sent fre-*. A-'Ar-.-s
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ASTOntSiiLSC CURES :
Persons Who Were Helpless From
| Disease Rise I"p Almost as if
l?.- .. Afiro/iln 4 l<<ir I'sinf
Strange, Mew Liquid.
.Hun) Southern People Among Those
Who jtteport the Most Astonishing
A news message frcm Fort Wayne,!
Intl., says that city is now in a turmoil
over many astonishing cures that are
being effected by the strange now li-i
quid, Root Juice, which has been creat-;
ing a sensation in Atlanta for the past
j Mrs. J. Schondell, who lives at 610
Madison street, Fort Wayne, had suffered
for years with rheumatism which
. become so bad that she was helpless.
: She had tried doctors and patent medii
cines without results and had about
| given up hope when the wonderful
i power of the famous Root Juice treat-]
I ment became known.
The startling story of her recovery
is best told in her own words, taken
from a signed- statement which she
recently gave out. Regarding her
case Mrs. Schondell says: "I was un1
able to move and had to be carried
from one place to another. After tryj
ing doctors and medicines without
success, I began using the Root Juice
i and can say that when I had taken
; two bottles I was able to waiK witnI
out assistance and am now once more
1 taking care of my household duties.
" The medicine saved my life."
Atlanta Still Excited.
Atlanta people continue to report
j many strange and 'wonderful benefits
, that are following the use of the new
! Root Juice medicine in that city.
Persons who suffered from indigesj
tion, loss of appetite, pains, belching,
; bloating and distress after eating, constipation,,
billiousness and headaches
I say that a few doses correct the trouble.
The appetite increases and the
stomach seems to digest anything.
Mr. Andrew Barney, residing at 624
Decatur street, who has be-en a sufferer
from stomach, liver and kidney
trouble for over two years, in a state
| merit issued for publication said: "l
I suffered dreadfully from indigestion,
| belching, headaches and pains in the
i small of my back. At times I had no
j appetite and at other times I could
; not sleep. I was nervous, irritable
1 and worrysome and felt all run down.
! I used the new Root Juice medicine
lonly two weeks, but already feel a
j great deal better. My indigestion is
j nearly gone, I can eat almost anything
i and for the first time in two years I
isleeD fine. Before taking this Root
Juice treatment I tried six different
j medicines and four doctors."
j The medicine seems to possess
strange power in relieving disorders
of the stomach, liver and kidneys and
many sufferers from these maladies
have reported complete cures.
In view of the wonderful benefits
j being derived from its use by persons
j in other places it would seem advis1
able for all home people who seek
i health to at least give it a thorough
j Marie Woodward, Goldle Petra, An;
nie May Bedenbaugh, Janie Padgett,
j Maud Gilliam, Mabel Jones. Ada Livj
ingston, Eva Rister, Ruth Koon, RerI
j nice Campsen, Irby Goree, R. F. Tompj
kins, Earl Chandler, James Caldwell,
I Marion Longshore, Fred Thomas.
| Grade 2?Rosa Copeland, Eva Darby,
Emma Franklin, Eva Robertson,
Alice Thompson, Minnie Williams, Roland
Bouknight, Glen Jones, Albert
Grad? !?Novice Bouknight, Alnhonso
Campsen, Elizabeth Carroll,
I T.ee Croker, Willie May Curbertson,
Christina Dajiielson, Pearl Fulmer,
Helen Jones, Julia Melton, Lessie
Morse, Louise Swearing-cn, Sam Swear!
ingen, Ruby Taylor.
; TAFT GETS TWO DELEGATES.
Foi:rt?2 District Renuhlicans Instruct
t*<n. "rodent?ToIi)crt Says T51a
lock is Weaken ht'sr.
Greenwood, March 12.?The district
j convention of the Republicans of
! the Third congressional district, held
h?re today, unanimously indorsed
President TaftV administration and
instructed the two delegates to the
national convention in Chicago to vote
for President Taft's renomination. The
two delegates elected and instructed
i are Earnest Cochran, of Anderson, district
attorney, and R. R. Tolbert, Jr.,
| of Abbeville. The alternates are: J.
G. Daniels, of Oconee, and Lewis C.
Walter, both negroes.
The convention adopted resolutions
indorsing Joseph W. Tolbert for national
i Every county in the district was
I represented at the convention, and no
: contests were before the convention.
Speaking of the claims of the DlalockCapers
faction, R. R. Tolbert, Jr., said
i . . . ....
tins evening tnar it was a positive
fact that Blalock had made overtures
to this faction, the only true Repub1
lican party. They had the letters as
proof on him, Tolbert said. The Blalock-Capers
crowd was down and out,
Makes a Difference.
Needlework is a soothing and comfortable
occupation i'or ;hcse who have
uo need to do it.
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For a long time scientists have tried to get
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25c, 50c and $1.00 sizec.
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I In a letter from Branchland,
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