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All cotton to grade mil
As this offer holds
PANOLA SCHOOL. in the talk and the enthusasm
Panola school opened Tuesday shown certainly promised wel
September the fifteentb, with an fote o ars k.
enrollment of twenty six and a the trustees and patrons for the
teaching force of two, Miss
Willie Hoke of Fort Mill, p r atipoeet io n
WilieHok o Fot ill pine'."about the school buildings, the
pal and Miss Ellen Reese of building itself seeming almost
inum thesan talk an th enhsis
Ttumer asitn n usic like a new one-such an incen
ars readb tive to teachers and pupils to do
sn tothereig of th adbe o the(ir best work.
A few words of welcome were
dren. "A community is j adged grve to the children, this state
- by its school. (some to the ment buing made to the parents.
school house.Monday September There must be something mbi
the fourteenth at nine o'clock, and fine and wonderful about
and let us tell you some of the children that a teacher thinks of
ars aing hihyu can bhepnd stepicplo
saenit ths paet mofth ucssfl Pn hnso n oe e
ya ith hscoyof Come scoolhlnn th atnetee
so eve se pror essi e mber. isisto cide cudb
Thes carsurught ies'lts ounckh Sae
Nay invwicyo atrn ohe-peainwsthkyoe
mak schoiws theremost suchess ful ermrk drssdt
teetadetuis eemn aet.Co-operation in the bcbn
Theexercis eropeedrepultndnean uc
with prayer and singing, fgllow-tuiyofhecldnwsfrt
ed by a short talk on the needs isse pn o osho a
of a progressives school from the d t etwr fi a ocn
principal: The careful attention tn ihhl-ere ted
givs t evry tatme tve oacer and putualty. d
* Weil Ins work.t
toiorecu tomtehre hs ate
mNt -igmoe t has
WehWrl Alt somehn Acc
anylin ofin andtok.fu Thou
fin s and ovsustoeraso
toasettl his fand loveche
chlde will tatoee
BOOlr TH-BIc adpuc
ill Buy Thousands of Bale
Schwartz Stores-The Sch
:s in every department and
on at 10 C
also to liquidate your accou
good until October the 13t
A handsome trustee's medal common say-grounds are the
was asked for and secured, to b(- finest kind of developing agents
given for. good woi1 'n the sub- forsound citizenship. Childron
ject that the teacher. thought of of a community who learn to
paramount importance in the play together in the right sphit
school work. Another prize has will work together !ater on in
been promised the primary de- the right spirit. This spirit of
partment, amounting to ten dol- working together in conmufi
dollars under certain conditions, ties of the South is a feature
and several medals will be given that is sadly lacking now, and
by the teachers, one a special should certainly be provided for
prize for composition work in in the future, if our Southland
every branch, a much neglected is to come into her own.
feature of sc.hool work. Fertilizer, seed and help in
Play-ground apparatus was preparing the land for some
solicited-a single instance be- school plots was another fea
ing given of a swing that the, ture-the children having be
principal bought and put up last intretd in the her
year, showing the need of some- o amn atya htpat
thing to interest the children in clwr sdsrbeti er
the play period. The swing was Sm lvr ec n laf
in constant use, children begging:wlbepatdbsdsohr
for it ahead of time, and afford- 'rpadqatte ffoes
ed the greatest pleasure to everyFegsnadLw,"E
child in school. The childrenmetofArctue'tebs
spend two-thirds of their timeagilurfoshosste
at school, and it is a crying tx okt eue hsya
shame that parents take such adarglrnt oko gi
little interest in helping to pro- clue wl emd.Eir
vide things for their amusement lso sacmaidb eea
while there. Cities, towns and patcleprmns o
progressive rural communities fwtahr elz h bob
are bginnng treaizeohat n te res undhs sube hfo
Fifynho sndeopn aDnt
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fAcontreparin Goolads sm
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EP IT SO!
er Stores Wi
is of Cotton at 10c. per pou
wartz Merchandise. You i
. pay for purchases with yc
ents Per Po
nts with COTTON at TEN
h, we hope you will all pr(
the children. Ten year old boys effect, and so many of the
and girls could discuss as intelli questions that were inter
gently as any scientific farmer esting the world. They are
the value of legumes to the soil working on the principle that.
r6tation of crops, intensified knowledge is power and .he
farming, and nearly every sub- greater your knowledge, the
ject in Duggars agriculture last greater your power-our presi
year. The need of a good set dent being a striking example of
of reference. books, without that principle. Applied kno*l
which no school can be truly edge is the motto of the schdol
progressive, was emphasized, this year, however.
general information being a fea-Already the children are bring
ture of prime importance in any ing in splendid news items,
school work. leaves, wild flowers, and pictures
Smaller details of importance af birds for their note books.
in the progress of the school The sewing class has been
were discussed and a little out started with much interst man
line of the work mapped out for ifested.
the year was given. Note book TeSnhi utwrigu
work in nearly every subject is t h osblte fhrsi
to be worked out. Note books adhr col.Vctoa d
in drawing, sewing, cooking anduainisavgaslwbrhn
current events will be used. thSohadheiivul
Some of the children brought sho ilhv opittewy
in dozens of news items every a h niiulfre spit
morning last year and learnedigthwatonwfrngcn
very quickly to select the best dtos
items The same ten year old A h ocuino h ak
children could discuss the Ulster
trouble in Ireland, the Mexican teptoswr ansl e
war, Wilson's policies, the con-quse tovithecol
ditions in the coal field regionswhnvrpsilaterpr
ofoloadogiingcau e fect, andeso any inenif te
midding d ebettr. Ter
mgah n r eate in u facldt h
greaoiton w t your wrorpei
atdwe needtt e mont fe sho
The ewin clas ha bee
stared ith uchinteestman
:an supply your needs
CENTS PER POUND.
fit by the opportunity.
SUMTER, S. C.
teachers and pupils.
Mr. R. C. Richardson, one of
the trustees, made a short talk
and promised for himself and
the others hearty co operation
throughout the year. He said
that the patrons were interested
in the school as never before,
and th'at they hoped to make
this the most progressige year
in the history of the school.
Dizzy? Bilios ? Constipated ?
Dr. King's New Life Pills will cure
you, cause a healthy flow of Bile and
rids your Stomach and Bowels of waste
and fermenting body poisons. They
are a Tonic'to your Stomach and Liver
and tone the general system. First
dose will cure you of that depressed.
dizzy, bilious and constipated condi
ton, 25c. all Druggist.-Adv.
H is Motto.
"And what is 'your favorite motto"
asked the reporter who was interview
Ing the candidate for congress. "''Put
yourself in his place,'" replied the
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"My attention was first called to
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy as much as twelve
years ago. At that time I was serious
ly ill with summer comtlaint. One
dose of this remedy checked the troub- n iu a owm
be," wrirtes Mrs. C. W. Florenee,- ippa'
Rockfield, Ind. For sale by all Deal
Judging Religious Sincerity..
"Brother Philander,"M said I to our a obewo f don
head deacon the other day, "how do ~ lJ,'sji
you judge a man's religious sincerity?" '' -
"Well," replied the old -fellow with a
smile, "if they belong to our church I
consult my ledger. If they belong toOU C MIGS IA
some other church I go to the treas.
urer of that church." Philander Is our
church treasurer.-Kansas City Star_______________
See.' to Set Good Example. Pl rknbaee ni~a
.The blossom cannot tell what be- .
comes of the odor, and no man can tell -n on i srid
what becomos~ of his example, that '4
rolls away from him, and goes beyond B M OUS C
his hen on Its perilous mission.-a
Everything of the best fcr f
the personal wear and adorn O Lr
We fill mab orexes carefullyJ Iy t y
and promptly. ____________
DAVIDPiles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
FNMEN ails tocue anymcase of Itchig
OUTFITTINGI _____'__ "
Charleston S. C. 2* dtO"" ~ te" l eS anIfl
into the ground, heads downi. The
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