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I PERFECT ATTENDANCE BUTTONS |
Seventy three pupils in the city
school and three in the mill school
were hi.- year awarded "perfect at
tendance" buttons by Supt. .loin s. This
means hut these pupils were not ab
sent, tardy or dismissed during the
session. Last year forty-one pupils
were recorded on the "perfect at
tendance roll." The ?'perfect attend
ance" button has on it a minature
picture of the graded school building
and is therefore an excellent souvenir.
Following is the roll, by grades,
of those who received the "perfect at
First Grade?Emily B. Meng, teach
er; George Albright. Montelth Cninc,
Kathrine Bolt, Marion Holt. Elizabeth
Dendy Rosa Orny, Lee Watson.
Second Grade?Harrlo M. Bronscn,
teacher; Mary Blnckwell, Louise Tow
Third Grade?Ella Roland, teacher;
Annie Bat'ksdale, Louise Dendy. Laura
Emily Dial. Claudell Holder. Bessie
Nelson, Hallie Watson. Margaret
Wright, Damon Gasque, Ezell Holder,
R iberl Lucas. Beaty McLIn, Frank
Fourth Grade?M. Elizabeth Barnetl,
t< icher; Charles Thompson. Frances
Myers, Amy Wolff, Josephine Young.
Fifth Grade Dorcas Hay Calmes,
teacher; John Austin, Marshal Dendy.
Eugene Power. Alpha Bolt, Lois Nel
son, llnttie Sullivan.
Fifth and Sixth Grades Jeannie C,
s oney, teacher: Wilkes Bendy, Her
bert Sullivan. .Mary Burton, Elizabeth
Mosely, Martha Owlngs, Montague
( on. land. ('mil Roper. Mary Sullivan.
Sixth Grade?Bessie I. Byrd, teach
er; Lamar Copeland, Paul Lake. Lau
rens Phil pot, Harry Wilkes. Blanch
Burns, Lucilc Putuniu, Louise Sim
mons, Lllla Todd.
Seventh Grade?May Delle Mane,
f a :her; Lawrence Kennedy. Evastees
Mad Ion, Wales Watson. Mamie Ans
t . Margaret Dunlap. Julia Hender
son, Mary Hopkins, Maggie Lou Mar
tin, Pauline Nelson. Bruele Owlngs,
Willie Sexton. Nellie Thompson.
Eighth Grade?T. C. Montgomery,
I teacher; Edwin Mosely. Jamie Milam.l
I Alberta Burns, Lucy Childress.
! Ninth tirade, sec. 1?Laura A. Barks
dale, teacher; Grace Poole, Mary
Ninth Grade, Sec. 2?B. L. Parkin
son, teacher; Herbert .Martin. Willie
Drumiuond, Roland Moseley, J. D.
Sullivan. Jr.. Leon Dodson, Douglas
Tenth Grade?D. L. Pentross, teach
er; Ose Sltgreaves, Rebecca Dial.
I First Crude?Lila Hart, teacher
' Mamie Motte. Charlie Motte.
Third Grade: Floy Frady.
Catarrh Cannot he Cured
with local applications, as they can
not reach the seat of the disease. Ca
tarrh is a hlood or constitutional dis
ease, and in order to cure it you must
take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, and acts di
rectly on the blood and mtlCOUS surfac
es. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack
medicine, it was prescribed by one
of the hest physicians in this country
for years and is a regular prescription.
It is composed of the hest tonics
known, combined with the best blood
purifiers, acting directly on the mu
cous surfaces. The perfect combina
tion <.: :'.?.;? two Ingved'euts Is what
produces such wonderful results in
curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials
F. .1. Cheney & Co., Prop. Toledo, <>..
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
Mis. Eva Almey. Sam Bordeaux, L,
s. Busbee, Cnl Bleaklln, Eda Davidson
Col.), T. F. Garrett, Miss Nein Gunn.
Mrs. Mary Jane Jacks, Miss Lilien
Homes. Will Heliums, W. C, Kennedy.
Toney Marshall. James llurph, J. C.
Macken, Mrs. Emma McCilllough, I).
D. Pcebcr, Richard Johnson. Mrs. M.
IT. Sanders. Hotly Soddy, Mrs. C \V.
I Smith, Sippio Sullivan, Mr. Louis Sim
1 nions. Miss .Tnnie Tolhert. Sinn Wilson
Tin- nbove letters have remained in
this olliee uncalled for for a period ol ,
two weeks ending May "_?lst. 1910.
The owner of any of the above will
please call at window and say (hat
letter is advertised and upon the pay
ment of one cent same will he dellv
GEO. B. McCRAVY. 1'. M.,
j Luurens, May 21, 1010.
This is an illustration
of the famous
now on exhibition at our
.stoic You can get sliced
Beef, sliced Bacon, fresh
front this machine and
save the expense <>t' cans
and glasses. The saving
is 25 per cent.
J. S. BENNETT
You ladies, who have pale faces, sallow complexions,
dark circles under eyes, drawn features and tired, worn
out expressions, you need a tonic.
The tonic you need is Cardui, the woman's tonic.
It is the best tonic for women, because its ingredients
are specifically adapted for women's needs. They act on
the womanly organs and help to give needed strength and
vitality to the worn-out womanly frame.
Cardui is a vegetable medicine. It contains no min
erals, no iron, no potassium, no lime, no glycerin, no dan
gerous, or habit-forming drugs of any kind.
it is perfectly harmless and safe, for young and old to use.
The Woman's Tonic
"After my doctor had done all he said he could for me,"
writes Mrs. Win. Milliard, of Mountainburg, Ark., "I took Car
dui, on the advice of a friend, and it helped me so much,
"Before taking Cardui, 1 had suffered from female
troubles for five years, but since taking it, I am in good health.
"I think there is some of the best advice in your book
that I ever saw." Your druggist sells Cardui. Try it.
Write to: Ladles' Advisor) Dcpt ? ChMtanoopa Modicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tcnn.,
tor Special Instructions, and 64-payc book, "Home Treatment lur Women.' sent Iree
Chewing and SmokingTobaccos
I wish to call your attention to my ljnc of Tobaccos. I
have in stock fresh lines of the most popular and choice
selections of Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos.
A CHOICE SELECTION OF CIGARS ALSO
Dr. Posey's Drug store
lij Decisive Vote Dcniocroc) Refused
to Change Rules Itequlrlng Reg
istration <<? Vote in Prim?r?.
Columbia, May is. it took the Dem
ocrat ie State convention* at noon to
day but fifteen minutes to eleel tem
Richard s. Whaley was elected
chairman. The secretaries were: ,ias.
M. Morris, .las. A. Hoyt, M. M. Mann
and E ('. Horton.
A hurst of aplanse greeted Mr. R,
I. Manning's motion that as things
are moving so smoothly under the
temporary Organization I move thai
same he permanent." The organization
thus affected resulted as follows:
President of Convention?The Hon.
If. S. Whaley, of Charleston, who for
lour years presided over the House oJ
Secretaries .lames A. Iloyt. of Co
lumbia; m. M. Mann, of St. Matthews;
10. C. Norton, of Anderson and .lames
M. Moss of Oconeo county.
Vice-president 1st district: .lohn
<: Hnnslleld of Charleston: 2nd dis
trict. H. S. Henderson. Aiken: :',rd dis
trlst, Ivy m. Mauldin of Pickcns; Ith
district, s. .1. Nichols, of Spnrtnnburg;
5th district, W. IL Wilson. Sr. of York;
Cth district. R. 1'. Hauler. Jr.. of Dil
lon; 7th district. Geo. Meli Tiinmer
man. of Lexington,
Treasurer .1. II. Clifton, of Suniter.
Sergcnnts-nt-arms N. II, Stancill,
of Marnwell ami J. s. Wilson, of Lan
In taking the chair Mr. Whaley ex
pressed hi appreciation for tic honor
conferred upon him. "It is a (treat
hoilor," said Mr. Whaley. ?-to preside
over a democratic hod)' such as tins
I appreciate the confidence thai you
have shown in me especially since it
was made unanimous Factional dif
ferences hi the Democratle party l ave
contributed more than anything else
to Republican bucccss,
A house divided against itsolf can
not stand." he said.
Mr. Whaley pointed OUt the fact that
the least governed people are the hest
governed and this State is exemplified
in Democracy. Not for dishonest ac
cumulation of capital does Democracy
stand, hut for honest accumulation of
wealth. Not to place at a premium hu
man industry, no special privileges are
slogan for the party.
Metering to the tariff Mr. Whaley
said that much harm has been wrought
thereby. Me referred to the trusts,
monopolies foisted upon the people.
"Mut." said Mr. Whaley. "parly load
ers will get logethei and public ollice
should he made a trust from the peo
ple and not an open door to graft."
Wien Mr. Whaley referred to the
possibilities of a Democratic executive
111 the White House, ihele Was ap
plause from the members of the con
Concluding Mr. Whaley said ?hat
South Carolina Democracy can contri
bute to the general assets of the party.
At one o'clock the convention ad
journed until eight.
The M?hl Session,
Ending a strenotis light before the
committee on constitution and by-laws
and upon the floor of the convention
tonight, the South Carolina Democrat.
ic convention, by a vote of 210 to 70,
refused to adopt resolutions chang
ing the party constitution so that reg
istration be required to vote in the
primaries. My a poll of the counties
represented by their delegates, it was
overwhelmingly shown tonight that no
further restrictions are wanted in this
state in the Democratic primary. There
were several resolutions presented,
hut the main idea of all was Unit only
qualified electors should he allowed to
vote in tin* primaries.
The committee on constitution and
by-laws submitted an unfavorable re
port upon the resolutions, and the vote
tonight wiis upon Iho adoption of this
r. poll remitting: Yens 210, nay . 7'.'.
The question of qualification of Mil
ers. upon which majority ami minority
reports were made by the delegations,
crated much discussion. Tito various
resolutions In this matter were then
read and taken up separately, Tile
minority report by Mr. Mc.Mahnn, rec
ommended the amending of the con
stltutlon so that only registered elect
ors he allowed to vole. Mr. MoMnhnn,
speaking on the minority report said
that the interference might be regard
ed as dangerous by some to restrict
the white man's vote. The elimina
tion Of the negro being aimed at it
might he regarded by many that the
white man should be let alone.
Mr. Mc.Mahan reviewed the history
of the constitutional requirements.
Two years in the State, one year in
the county and four months in pre
cinct should be placed Into the party
constitution also. Mr. Mc.Mahan claim
ed the person voting should reside
long enough before voting In n plae<?
to learn the Issues. He referred to
the recent election in Columbia, where
registration was strictly enforced. Mr.
Mc.Mahan denied that registration
would barm the poor white man. hut
it would be alined at the floating
(Continued on page six.)
ICC acres, 3-1 mile from public
square; will cut into anj size lots; on
Several lots on South Harper street.
;?I acres near Mountville, touts for
2.400 lbs. lint cotton. $25 per acre.
House and lot on 13. Main street. S 1-L'
acres and l.". room concrete dwelling;
llliest place in upper South Carolina.
On easy terms.
House and lot near Baptist church.
Cheap at $1,000.
321 acres near GarlingtOU station.
$10 per acre.
Two elegant residences on Sullivan
street on easy terms.
Two eight room dwellings and one
four loom dwelling on North Harper
street, on easy terms.
One hundred acres tillable land
within corporate limits of city, very
reasonable and easy terms.
Three lots on South Harper street
well located ami cheap.
Two elegant farms near McDaniel's
mill, well Improved, 1~ acres and 02
acres, tine neighborhood, schools and
A number of farms and other prop,
erty for sale, see us before you pur
chase or sell your property.
Todd Building I.aureus, S. C.
ARE FIRE PROOF
'TMIKY will not burn. Will not split or curl like wood shingles.
A Will not crack and roll oft like slate. Will not rip at the seams
like plain tin. Neither will they rattle during high wind storms.
1 They never need repairs and last as long as the building, And last
Jj of all, they make the handsomest roof and are not expensive.
Apph to I.oral Dealer or
< OHTltltillT MKT A L HOOFING CO., Philadelphia, l'a.
To s?cc us for
The best job of Electric Wiring. Electric
Chandeliers, Electric heating devices of all
Mow about a front door Bell?
Swygert & Teague
Agents "E. M. P." Automobiles
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I Saturday, Nay 21, and Close June 1 f |
I have decided to put on a 10 Days Sale beginning
I have some ^reat values to offer for these 10 days of sale
15c India Lim?u, per yard
\2l/iQ India Linon, per yard
loe India Linon, per yard
loe Flaxon, only per yard
ioc .jo-inch Lawn, per yard
. ! I
.?c Lace Curtain Goods, only
Fancy Curtain (i<>< ids
1 2 1
25c Table Linen, only
^oc Table Linen, only
20 pieces Poe Mill Blcachinj
1 2 1 |C Catnbi ic
ioc yard wide Percales
10c Flowered Lawn
5c b low ercd I <a\\ r.
Corset Covers only
1 lose Stippoi ters
Ladies' White W aists
8 do/en just bought
must be sold
a bargain and
Ladies' Low Cut Shoes
S2.oo kind $l'79
Si ,50 kind 1. 1 ? >
Si.00 kind .83
$1,7,5 kind $1.48
$1.25 kind .08
Men's Low Cuts
$2.00 kind Si.79 Si.50 kind $1 2<>
Boys' Low Cuts
We have them at only one price?that is
$2.00. They aie yours at this sale at Si.50
10 pounds good Tobacco $2.85
10 pounds banana Tobacco 3-45
7 packages Gold Dust foi .25
7 cakes (ictogan Soap .25
7 cakes Fairy Soap ,25
7 packages Celluloid Starch .25
8 packages good Soda foi .2,5
7 cakes Grandpa Soap lor ,25
t set large white plates .29
I set CltpS and SdUCCrs ..'.<)
A large assortment of I/ice til most gi ven
away. Conic and see it. < >?'.\ .0^ yard
Ladies' Maudk< i< llicfs to go at .<>.: and ,03
Men's I -Iandkcrcliicfs to <m? :[\ ,04
50 do/. Ladies' Dropped Stitched Hose .07
35 do/. Men's fancy half hose.
ioc, 156 and to go at
Ladies' Wash Hells at
KMBK< )IDl;.!s V Vou will have to come
to see this before you can appreciate it,
S<? be <in hand.
. 1 1
( Mic table full of Calicoes, Apron C
and Dress Ginghams, Lawn>, Muslins,
Bleaching to go at the low price of
Men's Negligee Shirts
We have a nice line for you
50C Shirts for .38 50c Work Shirts ,38
25c Negligee Shirts .19 25c u .19
Men's 25c Drawers and Undershirts .19
Si Blue Ridge Overalls .89
Special for Saturdas Only
300 lbs Fine Chocolate Cindy at ,10 lb
MILUNIvRV?Our Millinery will be all
right for we are going to put some spec
ial prices on it. It' prices and goods arc
what you are looking for, we will >mt you
Bargains are just too numerous to men
tion them all, but every article will be cut
below the actual worth of it. Just come
and see what I have in store for you.
J. L. HOPKINS
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