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F $ ENDS OUT BLANKS
To UUGH SCHOOLS
WARRANTS FOR STATE AID TO
EE ISSUED WHEN BLANKS ARE
Inspector Painan Says Many High
School D.stricts of State Are in
Need of Funds.
1Banks oi which to give :Iforma
tion c Iigh ictool pupils
oligile for tuhiol paid by the bato
ark. Ie Ima tlnIl 3 the high sehout
33 lI.IItor !o ( th I7s state aidod high
Sol et! ASh H00 \ OonL as theSe
bfinks are returnald anl I tle infor
malimn which 1 thv the.i. properly
Ic h k ' ed, war;-i gh sor - t high
34 r a n , ' i. 11 i: Ib it t I ) c hool itlt
';f oo a i 1 w4h. I . o hi 'aoi Itt
Ti ptla Iiii r solop;>ropriated
: 3i1'41 3 to ru--.. t p1' t obligattion
ia tiw(. Iih h. It i-; hel ived by
offiials o:' !Ilk -1he i'i partntenli t of I
331 iatimI 4' Jum 11:1, 11n )3onal. Will meut
tnwisthie 1'in 'yn afto the lligh
lo in T te allows only
': I r pnI.I pil p)..r lunmth tuitionl for
Twis sesilmen dollarts per mnnth
wao -4 reco3nn:3 If the st s ale su
iinte1 l 1 o.f -i'1watiott, but not at.
EI I,. l'M n. high1 slh'o olnspe
tor, ,aud. -.\lan high school distr-ic-ts
ut tin- s4 ite :tr. , il need of fidsj a nd1(1
are- anxious 1,) roceive their pro ratta
of taii schiool aid . 3or this reason it
I.,, hoped t1h:1t higth sh1ool oficials
thiroughonl thw -tate will realize thle
unl-ortanet- of :a prompt returnl of
1dta r1 lai ' t I0 u il oligible for
ti11itionl, \V'rrants for high school
aid Wiol h m ibl to volinty treasur
es withi t Get lay aftlr the last
uintioi blank propierly 1tled out Is
Twenity Children Reported for Help.
Tntvchir.-n throughtout the
(4tate were report i to the 01hilip~e
aig d ar 1in0nt Iof th h :o . t b 1) oa'r d
(if p blll -t w l ar3t'ia It ' iing h3- a n3.'
fllin' tho tlIMoith of \ ari Il, l nold i
liell to 1.h1j. inuinhor theret ware three
(11:bidrott mli 1l:1 tI' al the firs,.t of the
tot,11li. Tlhit,-i itf the children re.
(' 'tfd w r iti.v"sil i3tld '1t11 fivo of
Ih n W0r1 I r.1..... for plavement.
In all, * vonl <h il.3 r 11 wore phl ed inl
ither itm3r or pernanent
1 m dur.1114-S 1 34i43g th .13 'toonth 3 of March.
Iwenty 4g visit' l k\ -ro llade to hoilos
wl'-ro chibdiren had already been plae
#( aw'l four homr4 of applianit. for
hhrEnw i nv -stligated. n11 e hun1i'
drod :0m1 four interview.; wore hold
rela oiv of It) va!-:t and .'1 applications
Heon Conwetinen. Wit orn'krin
teol3311ut3 o t ie' '133.' a 3 r:mrned t
( rniis i 333311 3'4('4 1 > l: \\ i 1.3a ' h.
(IrliwhI rin3,1 n I'' app id) 1 t hil 'h e in st!
-had add'ioned te ty the heor
g034'r313' l ri otf(i11 3 l'ing3 sroitO s13
~ Thhe Nw alTartrs o enn
the het :ry ifs ofa witrimenptii
* l~t~ek of$50 n.Onfcr a. Th.r
The '1034'31'Q Th'n'alarietstif
a capita stock rti$n5ti4) . O'\ir
hre us. . :hlpn hi h iresimant-lf
trelslrl. s oeanswr u
Th' 'l 'mpan Merintilr wokiny th
Charlesto Man9 Graned Pihaapt
Atr'k of $9250n0. n a d ose
three(!~ ear . i th p n Ion ~ w
Ctate May Lose Thousanas.
South Carolina may lose somOthing
Qver $150,000 because the legislature
did not provide for the enforcement
of the motor vehicle license laws of
the state, according to tlgures con
piled by highway department officials
for the close of business on the first
quarter of the year.
This big loss is now staring the de
partmenft in the face, and unless sonie
action is takenil by the counties, there
will hardly be a chance to get the
money. The os.s comes about front
the decrease in motor 'vehicle regis
To dlate. including figures for the,
close of March, only 67,521 automo
biles have been registered and this is
a dlecrease of 15,842 automobiles alone
from lashyear. The tine for registre
Ing machines ended February 1 and
ths highway department believes these
15,842 automobiles are "somewhere in
South Carolina" without license plates.
The average cost for a license for a
car is $7.50 and this gives a loss of
$118,815 because of . the failure to
have inspectors to enforce the law.
A total of 5,713 trucks have been
registered so far and this gives a de
crease of 1,484 from last year. The
average for a truck license is $17 and
this means a loss of $25,228.
Only 23 trailers have been register
ed to date, this' being a decraase of
'16 from last year. Tra!Ier licenses
are sold for $12 and this brings a
So fir only 375 Motorcycles have
been license(, which is a loss of 3S5
front last year and at $3 each, a ione
tairy loss of $1,155.
Dealers have dropped in nunmber
also, only 416 being registered so far.
This Is a loss of 253 and at $24.Q5
oach, the average, a monetary loss of
This gives a total of $151.834.90
that the state stands to lose this
year, according to highway officials,
whoi are not very well pleased with
this prospect now facing thein. A
strong effort to get the counties to
enforce the license laws and thereby
get the mioney is being made and this
may have a good result, although
nothing (ielinite has as yet been ac
coiplished except in one or two coun
ties. Last year two inspectors were
aaintained and they brought in thou
sands of dollars that would very like
ly have otherwise been lost. The sal
ary was $1.800 each: N.) money was
provNiedl by the legisilatuire to employ
inspoctors this year.
Governor Signs Telephone Bill.
(overnor Cooper signed the Foster
temlphone act restoring rat.es and
charges on all telephtones in the state,
except companies in one or two coun
ties. to their status as of January 1,
1921. The chief executive had an
nounced a hearing on the act, passed
by the recent session of the legisla
ture, but callod off this hearing in view
of the fact that he had already reached
The act that became law is one of
the most important Pieces of legisla
tion put through by the legislature at
the 1922 session. It makos null and
void increases in telephone rates al
lowed by the railroad commission and
puts these rates. charges, tolls, etc.,
hack to the snta stattus they were
before the railroadt commitission allowv
'd the inc.rease in Mm arch of 1921.
Tihe at alI u s re-'s' hlisihes the~ tel e
phione exchatnge r:'.Lius or alleged
free' toll'" ser~vice tha t was ab~olished
by the general as 4embl y...
Month of April for Education.
The imonilh of Apr'il. tht. beginning
of I th net'w chu rih yeari for P'resbytec
rians. will be de:vot ed to thle cauise of
C'hristian a'duent ion and muinistorial
r''li.'f. :aordinig to the pr'ogresive
proramof he outernPresby:.terian
'ihurch. Tlhis pr'o'gram enlls for a ne
ocause each motnhb during the yerir1 and
it ha~s he''n lwiied thast ..pecial effoerts
wVill be' twid.1 to Inatereat Prme sbytcimrins
in this particulalr lino of work dLuring
SAme in termesting factso have recently'
htoon pre:'ared on this btranch of
.lhurch ~ativity. it w-s shiown. in the
pre'~vious1 y .ar 169 ;~ can da tes for the
ministry were gven aid,. six eandi
lates for. mial mnI ission s andl 23
YOtmi' womtten canidthate for honme andi
foreign mission work were assisted;
20) youniii i. *mten and 63: young mten
w'ere, loanedt m non ey for their' education,
an over 100't mii iiin isters amnd 1'72 witdows
anmd 2'; orphains of mtin isters were
imoong thmoso recei vintg r'elief. In ad.
dlit ion mntarly $7'00.000 was addedl to
the, a'ndoowmientt fund.
Place for' Batson,
'v mona eooer appointed Georgs
W. at son ita gistra'te for IGrecen" ille
townit'Ihip to) suc'ceed iihi. fatimer, i'u
gei' Ion Ia son, w ho ied ol ast week. al r.
- ttatsont is a veteran of' the wvorld wvar,
- hv u 'irv 'I with (listinct ion in tihe
'Thiit'.th dIiiitn. lie wvasmmaarded
-whien tihe Titiohi division parai(dd
nt Main st re.' taaon after its arrival at
LI Camitp .Jakson.
NIMr. ihtit was recomn menderd by
Sonattor Proctor A. flonhamj of Green
Returns Papers for Covington.
y Governor Cooper rotumrnedI the r'eiuI.
y sition fr' .1. C (ovington to G''vernor
iParker of T~oiiattnaad with it s.ent
a. a letter ini~l wichi .he toldl (overnmor
Parker thaut ho was 'onvincedl thatt a
prima faele case bad been ama de out
C (ovington is wanted in Anatr:son
s for violating thme lnw in regard., to
I soiling stock to pernsons titere', itneitd
lag D)r. Kinmg and S. M. Ilyars. .\
f requtisitiont was issued some weeks
.1 ago, but Governor Parker declined to
honor the requisiion.
Modish $uits for
S"WIC were all asked to sim up our
Idea of good dressing in a word. ot
two, It. is safe to predlict that "tailored
sult" ~would be the answer sung by a
world-wide chorus. To wear at well
fashioned, tailored suilt is to gain that
pulse, which only the consiloisns88
of being Correctly 1 t eild, assurt's.
Tihls season the snurt tailleur piays
the leading role in costuming and it Is
interpreting Its lines iII begulling new
colois, fa)r and silIhouette.
The Materials ottclatss the usul1ti
w.eaves, and there-are fascinating ef
TWO-PIECE SUIT A
:ects In new twijls, an especially tine
)ie being called pin seal. Sand color
itd gray suits, clissic lit their alm
Alelty, are quite the rage. With these
Me mu111st wear maittched hosiery, patent
eather strup low shoes or later still
lie combination pmitent leather with
ray or sand suede. The climax of
ine ensemble is reached In the dyed
*ox fur boa which Is harmonized to
ither the gray or sand. -
Black and white rises boldly on
[Faishioni's horizon. 10very display
;te~sses this lidea. White suIts witht
>ha(-k woven pantent lenther belts, andi
htois two-toned, it blatck, with white;
toskery with etiboldery ciocks, black
>rior vleeIi 41 versa~P~t. toppedi wi'th a
ilack~ hat laden with white flowers,
yr fruit, t hIs is of style dictat Ion.
lin tregardl to linings, crepe die chine
setrtl ace t4 h ltrfr
rin t th snd r raysuts,4e
peas ral ode
wetut, shownatl to the lotnav rler
ghardie witd olte groain suIbbon
ee navy 1in1 scrlt rttern nfl
Tlhte smart vogue of the sports suit
itured Is necenttesl In cloth of black
with wIte cross'bar. 'VTohe lpes are
need~i with whtite flannel.
Whty ntot hanmd-embhrolder your ne0w
'tiim? wirnn? You a tnn If denft with
ibr idered Wr 1p
the needle, add dollatrs of appear.
nlice to the colth cape or blouse
coat which you have perlips just
purchased. A few' clever stitches and
your wrap miy be converted Into
a Muode whlh has all the chic of an
laInprted model. Of course you can
buy you' wrap handsomely etubroid
ered, for the best houses are showing
luxurious types. However, one who
cannot indulge In . paying for flie
hmndwork, will find it expedient to
purchase a cloth wrap, smart to a
degree fi lines and of high grade m
ND SPORT SUIT
terlal adding the touch of distinction
through self hian(i-emnbroldery.
1nmbrollery (lone on cloth Is accom
plished In perfectly matched floss.
The solid over and over stitch is fa
vored and the effect is almost like
enthossing or rich brocade.
The vogue for elaborate sleeves In
vites oie to livish muost of the stitch
Ing over this area. and a fair idea of
results Is illustrarted in the two mod
ish wra hierewih portrayed.
All-over polkadlot effects produced
with immnense French knots nre ex
tremiely eff'ective such as is here shown
In the blouse-coat. This is very
raid~ work and1( inlterpositionied among
motifs of the solid emblrolidery, it
takes but a short tIme to cover the
full peasant and flowIng sleeves.
10xquisIte results are p~ossible by
usIng coarse umnatched floss on tihe new
c'overt or poiret twIll suits andh wraps
which are so sought after, In thme now
It is aliso In keeping with the v'ogue
to embulroide~r the crepe de chine lining
alhong thme sipy stitchmell edge which
joins it to the outer ('loth.
HOW TWO W
Doctor Advised Us
St.Joseph,1Missouri. -"Both of my
sides swe led and hurt me so that I
could not move or do any of my work.
There was heavy pressure and ains
through my lower organs an the
doctor told me to try Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound for these
troubles. He said I had this one
chance, and if the Vegetable Com
pound did not help me nothing but an
operation would. After taking several
bottles I felt it was helping me and
now I am able to do my own work. If
my testimonial will help others I shall
be glad for them to read it and hope
your Vegetable Compound will do
them as much good as it did me." --
Mrs. Wm. LocKMAN, 613 N. 4th St.,
St. Joseph, Mo.
White Plains N. Y.-"I had such a
pain that I could hardly walk and the
doctor said that I needed an opera
tion. I was sick for a year before I
started taking your medicine and I
could not work. I saw your advertise
ment in a little book and that is how
I came to take Lydia E. Pinkham's
medicines. I have been taking the
Vegetable Compound and Lydia E.
Lydia E. Pinchjn's Priva
Peculiar to Women" will be sen
to the Lydia E. Pinkhami Medi
This book contains valuable lnf4
Query Stumps Smoker.
When .1ame1s Murphy of Long Island
City was arraigned In the Long Is
land City police court on a sharge of
smoking in a subway station, he wasj
asked by the magistrate to give an
explanation. Murphy said:
"Judge, I paid my fare, and had
Just filled my pipe 11and went down In
to the sutbw.a, and I had my pIpe In
my hand, antd having no place to put
it, I put it in my mouth. It's the first
time it has ever happened, Judge."
"All right, Murphy," answered Tudge
oyle, " I will suspend sentence on you
this time. But suppose you had an
umbrella in your hand?"
Murphy grinned, and left the court
It Is the Safe and Reliable Tonio
Used by Physicians for
There are "new styles" even in
medicines. A new "fad" comes, In
popular for a while, and then fades
out of publIle view. A remedy that has
stood the test for thirty years must
have remarkable merit and] cannot he
called a "fad." Such Is Gude's Pepto
Mangani, originated by Dr. A. Gude
over a quarter century ago, whieh
has helped many thousands of people
hack to good heailth biy impllroving the
blood(. P'eptoa-Mangagn is an iron toilc,
It contalins Iron ini a specialI form easily
absorbed by the system. It put1s color
luto4 th lipi s ai cheeks anid ImIlproves
the entire 'body by imprwovinag and1( ('n
richilug the blood, It Is sold1 by drug
gists In b)oth Iliquid( anad tablet form.
If you wvant to he well and strong and
look flue and healthy, take Guide's
'Ard Blow for 'Er bert.
I . G . Well s 14ob( ana interviewer the
'the'r Ilay t hat prose wic~h cou11(1ld e
meltaphra~asedI inito poe5try wals analthiemIa
to lima,. lIe wiill lbe heartbroken to
learn that iIn contrasting hils peeult
''ontva lest 41(ee alt A malli a year ago
wvill' his Pt. ill ion toch1iy lhe ierpernated
'MIy mind1( and3( my1 soul wer~e aill my
Now I live to the tunte of a tele
Wh'len a man Is 'ontInu~ally talking
,abont hiis t rouibles his neghabor's never~
irOubIle about his talk.
WARNING! Say "Bayer"
Unless you see the name "
not getting genuine Aspirii
over 22 years and proved se
Accept only "Bayer" package w
Handy "Bayer", boxes of 12 tablets-4
ALntiia is the trade mark of DanPr 5annf
e of Lydia E."Pink
in Both Cases
Pinkham's Blood Medicin also
Lydia E. Pinkham's Liver 6 and
used Lydia E. Pinkham's native
Wash and the capsules and prescrip
tion recommended. I am doing all my
work and have gained twenty unds.
I am takin the mediines sti but I
feel fine. You have my permisson to
use this letterfor the ood of others.
-Mrs. MARYMARK 87amIlto v.
White Plains, N. . -ioi
Some female troubles may through
neglect reach a stage when an opera
tion is necessary. But most of the
commoner ailments are not the sur
gical ones; they are not caused by
serious displacements, tumors, or
growths, although the - symptoms
nay appear the same.
When disturUing ailments first ap
pear take Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etab e Compound to relieve the pres
ent distress and prevent more seri
cue troubles. Many letters have been
received from women who have been
restored to health by Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound after op
erations have been advised by attend
to Text-Book upon "Ailments
t you free upon request. Write
cline Co., Lynn, Massachusetts.
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STEEL WIRETRA P.Cotch.
and booklet ons best tish bait ever known. Asient. wtdl.
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ASK LO0 UIlt tOUCER Oi DR;UGGAST FOi
"Caro Vot" livestock itemedies. Itemedies
for ill common diseases: results guaranteed
or money back. Write for FH1EE .Farnier't
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Clerks for Govt. Positions. itailway Mail.
iontelnce. Deprtmental, Field. ExaiminatIon
soon. Salary $130 m. Exp. not required
Particulars free of positions., exams. Columbia
Sch. Civil Service.. 354 Pop, Bidg.,Wash..D.C.
Rov. Dr. L. D. Bass. Kilmarnocc Va.. and
Mfins Eleanor Bass, mu.slc teacher. Greenville.
N. C.. are to take a party through Europe,
starting In June. visiting ten countries, the
battlefields. the Passion Play. Those whc
covet the opportunity offered for travel. al
moderate expense, In a congenial group o\
cultured people are cordially Invited, to join
this party. conducted by an experienced guide.
Angus Cattle for Sale
All ages. best blood lines. Our show her('
won all the Grand Championships lant state
fairs of North Carolina. South Carolina, and
Georgia. Sanford & Rich. Mocksville. N. C.
Travel by Sea
BOSTON.............Wed. Sat. 4:00 P. M.
BALTIMORE.......Mon. Thur. 4:00 P. M.
Meals and Berth included on Stearner.
Through tickets from principal points.
Merchants & Miners Trans. Co.
A. E. Porter, G. A., Norfolk
. nslring~l 1~ thait I hauve just sillrted
lraither' an1 extra':vagance ?
YOU CAN WALK IN COMFORT
IfyuShake Into Your~ shoes some ALLEN's
l'OOT= liASID. the AntiseptIc. Healing pow
< er for shoes that pinch or feet that ache.
It takes the friction from the shos and
give'. rolie fto, corns and bunIons, hot, tired,
swa'ning, swollen feet. Ladles can wear'
shoes one size smalner by shakIng Alleafs
Foot=Ease in each shoe.--Advertisemeunt.
.A Distinct Benefit.
'"TheI wori~i conlfe~renlce willl r'esult In
"nna 211One of. i'11)1 html timortaiint of
them lites in thet fact thatl a Inmber
forlmation before goinlg homeli and1( writ
In~g their imipressionls of Ameriea."
when you buy Asplri.
Bayer" on tablets, you are
prescribed by physicians
fe by millions for
hich contains proper directions,
leo bottles of 24 and 100--DruggIsts.
tr of IMooaeotleaeidegter at allerttqeig