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This is a rheumatism of the mus
cles of the back. It comes on sud
denly and is quite painful. Every
movement aggravates the disease. Go
to bed, keep quiet and have Chamber
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recovery may be expected. Mrs. F.
J. Dann, Brockport, N. Y., writes:
"I can honestly say that Chamber
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a year ago last summer. When I be
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bed and could not turn to the left or
right. I had a bottle of Chamber
lain's Liniment in the house and this
was applied to my back. It prompt
ly drove away the pains and aches."
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A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR
The Short Course at Clemson College.
By l. O. Williams, Asst. State Am:,t.
('lenson Collegre, May 1 i.-- Ont of
the best features of our boy.' Club
work is the annual two weekc course
held at Clemson Collbge every sum
mer. Last year eighty hale, hearty,
and enthusiastic young Southl Caro
lina farmers enjoyed the short course,
and at the end every boy expressed a
desire to return and repeat the work
with renewed effort and spirit the
In order that club boys may have
an understanding of just what the
short course offers, a few outstanding
facts about it will be given.
I. TW short course is open to all
Bloys' Club members enrolled in club
2. Except fer prize winning club
mem br who hold schohn .,hips, the
cost of the course wil: (e Onte dollar;
per day, or twelve dollar.. n all, not
including railroad re which of
cour; o will vary.
3. T boy ., \ii .w (LV inl barracks
where the regular aldents stay dur
ing the wint r, nml w il thus tget a
taste of dornito ry Iif.
"i. They will be tutiwhi by the regu
lar collegQ priofessors on subjects
which deal with practical farming
and farm life.
5. Special lectures and talks will
be made by men of prominence on
topics of interest to club boys. These
will be in addition to the class-room
lectures and field trips.
6. The boys who come will see and
study the herds of cattle and hogs,
the orchards and vineyards, and other
college properties dealing with suc
7. The team of club boys to rep
resent this state in the International
Boys' Club Judging Contest to be
held in Atlanta next fall will be se
lected and trained at the short
8. It is hoped that there will be
several hundred club boys present,
and the acquaintance and association
with one another will be not the least
of the pleasures and benefits of the
9. Every possible effort will be
made to give the boys a genuine,
wholesome good time. There will be
many forms of recreation including
base-ball, basketball, swimming, etc.
Singing of familiar songs will be en
gaged in at nights. Every boy who
comes should bring with him a song
book containing such songs as
"Dixie," "My Old Kentucky Home," I
etc. Any boy who is fortunate
enough to be able to play the violin
the banjo, or any other m)1usical in
strumenit should bring it with him.
Much more couldl be said about the
splendid attraction of the short course
which Clemson College provides for
the South Cam'olina boys' club mem
bers, but what has beenm mentioned
will convince any live club) boy of the
benefits andl pleasures wvhich he will
receive. This feast of opportunity
andl pleasure wvill take place at Clem-I
soni College .July 12 to .July 22 in-1
clusive. [Let every club boy plan to
ENON LOCAL NEWS.
Mr'. D). M. Mauldin is slowly re
covering from injuries recievedl
some (lays ago whmen the mule lie was
driving became frightened at an au
tomobile and ray away. lie wa.s re
turning from a distant field andl was
near the home of Mr. L. R. Owens
whenm the anccidenmt occurred. The
turned i h tue an md lhe was thrown sev
tos "o honn- but was eaurht. by .l'.
Ow)~ena-. 31r .'dauldin m t- to
I s . nir. OVh ll, i:ho wi.;
rawI th emar, and D)r. Bolt wa
em1 Onm examntiont, lhe bound
U 0 la U soirerngt frmf revere
.iiiad w.as bmamly sha'ien up.
i miber~as o' Eiien churebi al
*week and id somie re pair wvork
nthim huch hbuildi ing.
"1 u ining to be held at E'non inst
a afternoon was brought to a
close oii account of the alppt'oachiing
tor m; however, we had the pleasurec
of hearing; some good music up to
ihat time', ahndl it wvas wvith (deep re
gret that we left for our homes.
Let us hope we will be favored with
another meetinig of this kind in the
near future. There are some good
,singers who attendl these Conventions
* and anyone who would like to hear
them may (do so by attending the
convention which will be held at
l~asley Mill church on the afternoon
of the second Sunday in June be.
ginning at 2 :00 o'clock.
Mr. andl Mrs. A. M. Mauldin and
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Owens were vis.
Itors at the home of Mrs. M. M. Hol.
b, der, near Pickens, one day last weel
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Mauldin visited
their son, Mr. I). M. Mauldin last
The Woman's Missionary Soci-ty
of Enioni church will hold its regular
imonthly meeting at that place on
'-ext. 'aturday afternoon at ' p. m.
All members are urged to he pre'
(eat, and especially the followinag i who
w%-ill b< called on to take part. in the
program: Mrs. W. T. I)orr, Als. 11. 13.
Singleton, Mrs. I). M. Mauldin. Mrs.
Maud. Rogers and Mrs. Eliza Wolfe.
Also, anyone who is not a member of
this society and would care to attend
will find a hearty welcome.
We have preaching every second
and fourth Sunday'. Everybody in
vited to come at any and all times,
and hear good preaching. Mr. Mitch
ell is our pastor.
GETS THREE YEARS FOR KILL
Judge Prince Sentences Two More to
Serve Two Years for rn
And er t :n, lay I-i. - *d.ud'?e Priiice
sentenced] Sloaai Jones to serve three
.a rs in the Ipe'nit wtiary at hard
labor ;i : .ioe 10 latsli ey , the
verdict being guilty of manslaughter
with recoanunendation of nercy. in
'e nteneinag .Jon0es. .Judge Priice said':
"Just how much to give you, Jones,
is diflicult. I have to consider not
just how much punishment will do
you, but what will be suflicient to set
an example to other people not to go
around shooting people. I must con
sider the effect upon the public by
your sentence so that some of the
public may not do as you have done.
I have got to punish you."
Counsel for defense served notice
of an appeal on the solicitor, for the
purpose of securing bond to enable
the defendant to go to his home in
Georgia to visit his invalid mother
before starting sentence. Bond was
named in th esum of $5,000.
Tom Ford, who was also found
guilty of manslaughter, was given
two years for killing J. D. Chappelle
at Riverside mill. Upon a doctor's
certificate stating that Ford was sub
ject to epilepsy and had incipient tu
berculosis, the sentence read to be
confined at such reasonable labor as
he may be able to perform in the
state penitentiary. He was released
on $1,000 bond pending appeal.
Frank Mauldin, negro, was also
given two years in the penitentiary
for manslaughter for 1 illing Tom
Brown, also a negro.
There have been many pleas of
guilty in cases this week, a number
of convictions, and only two verdiets
of not guilty.
'"'Teni years are required to edu
eate a "cr'op of children,'' but it will
he tweat y years before the full efr'eet
of thie c'hristiain education movement,
backed by the Protestant dlenomina
tions of America, for wvhich vast sums
of money have been andl are being
collected, wvilI be experiened," saidl
Mrs. J. IH. McCoy, of Nashville,
Tenn., widIow of the late Bishop .J. HI.
M~cCoy, in a recent address in be
half of the Christian Education
movement of the Methodist Episcopal
Mrs. McCoy said in part: "We
nieed strong leaders in all walks of
oullr national life, inspired by Chris
tian edlucation. The wvorld never had
such an ignorant type of persons now
pireseniting themselves for leaders of
thie people. Think what it wvould
me an to htavye leaders ini publ ic con..
!icting~ the n!T'airs of go~vc~er es.
(hristian '(lucat ion as pilannied b he
hrhscan remedyl the evils o thi
es. We nloeed to go at it sy e
: ically~ for it take.: tn yves
chuorchi school.; put f.iih th i: n *
members'i' of all the cfhurhesW we xfn
e perience th le Cu! Lie t in t w.s
year's from now.'"
Tlhe Christian (educ(ationl movemt int
of the 'Sou thern Alet I'od ist chl ;
mlainta ins 0 nttto: flann
It pr'oposed to make ani expmd it urc
of' $33,000,000 in or'der to bring
these schools and colleges to a poini
of effciency where they wvill ade.
quately serve their constituency
Leaders here state that more thar
4,000 young m~y1 and women wver<
turned away from Methodist schooh
EVILS OF CONSTIPATION.
Perhaps the most serious of the
diseases caused by constipation is ap
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