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ADDRESS TO TEACHERS
BY SUPT. W. K. T?TE
L"??ns Bel?g Made for Teacher* Iusti
?ntc at Winthrop This Summer
Where Teachers Can Interchange
To the Rural Teachers and School
Trustees of South Carolina:
Through the generosity of the Pea-1
u;jdy Board of Trust and the enter- i
"nn.-so of Winthrop College, it has been
tvtranged to hold a Summer School
tor teachers at Winthrop College dur
ing the four weeks beginning June 21,
MM, The faculty is now being cn
HUged and the courses arranged. In
u few weeks a complete circular of
tf.formation may be obtained by ro
ot.'est directed to Pres. I). B. Johnson,
i*fck Hill, S. C.
Before the rural schools close, how
?j/*r, I wish to direct the special at
tention of the rural teachers and trus
u?"s to the advantages of the Bummer
Many of the rural teachers of
i-j^iuth Carolina have been denied the
PHVilege of college courses and pro
fessional training for teaching. In a
nccullar sense the Summer School for
Teachers is the Normal College of the
ountry teacher. It is here only that
vfe have opportunity to come Into liv
ing touch with educational principles
.intl methods, t^ exchange, ideas, and
tp form the friendships which break
the professional isolation of the rural
?In addition to the usual courses In
lihQ elementary and secondary sub
jects, the Stimmer School has arraiiK
ofl to offer certain courses designed
especially to aid Iho rural teacher.!.
Among those will bo Included the fol
io a ing:
i. Special Problems of the Rural
Special Methods and Devices for
tho Rural Schools.
Rural School Agriculture anil
a. Dom -sti? Science for Rural School
f.. Practical Manual Training for
During tho session there Will be held
a Conference on Rural Life and a
Conference on County Superintend
ents of Education.
The cost of board, including room
and light, will bo $18.00 for the whole
term (four weeks); $T>.00 a week for
time less than the whole session; and
$1.00 a day for less than a week. A
matriculation fee of $.r>.00 to cover the
four weeks work will be charged.
Teachers should engage rooms at once
In my opinion a school district
d make no better investment thai)
to encourage in a substantial way the
attendance of teachers of the sum
mer school. An increase in salary
for next year conditioned on attend
ance at the school would enable the
teacher to take the course without ex
pense and would yield large returns
to the district in increased efficiency.
W. K. T?te,
State Supervisor of Elemen
tary Rural Schools.
Mr. C. A. Power Honored.
At the recent meeting In Columbia,
of the Head Camp, Woodmen of the
World, jurisdiction of South Carolina,
Mr. C A. Power of this city was elect
ed head adviser, a position next in im
portance to that of the highest ofllcer
of the State Camp. Mr. Power was
chairman of the board of managers
during the past year, and his promo
tion is a signal honor most worthily
HallOgany or Rose Wood needs sim
ply washing and a coat of Varnish.
The D. & M. Home Finish Varnish is
li' painted wood?then wash It. and
apply one coat of L. & M. Domestic
Makes Furniture as good as now at
a cost of about 25 or 30 cents.
<:? ! If from .f. H. & M. D. Nash. Lau?
??ens: .1. W. Copoland Co., Clinton.
Karl) ..mher und Orange Cane Seed.
Have just received solid car of each
[varlotj. Very choice re.cleaned slock,
n sell you cheaper than you can
buy from any other source. Also have
a few mixed peas.
Dixie Flour and Grain Co.
? In Bad Fix 1
. fl "I had a mishap at the age of 41, which left me in bad
I I fix," writes Mrs. Georgia Usher, of Conyers, Ga.
"I was unconscious for three days, and after that I
fl would have fainting spells, dizziness, nervousness, sick
H headache, heart palpitation and many strange feelings.
I "I suffered greatly with ailments due to the change of
H life and had 3 doctors, but they did no good, so I concluded I
H to try Cardui.
'Since taking Cardui, 1 am so much better and can do
? all my housework."
? J 41
I ? The Woman's Tonic
Do not Allow yourself to get into a bad fix. You might
9 get in so bad you would find it hard to get out K
Better take Cardui while there is time, while you are fl
[ still in moderately good health, just to conserve your strength H
H and keep you in tip top condition.
In this way your troubles, whatever they are, will grad
ually grow smaller instead of larger?you will be on the
up-grade instead of the down?and by and bye you will
B arrive at the north pole of perfect health.
Get a bottle at your druggists* today.
DEFIES THE COURT
Refuses to Act on Its Re
CLEARLY DEFINED ISSUE
NOW TO BE DECIDED
The Supreme Court Recommended
Eisest Moore, Esq., to Hold Special
Term o? Court at Union and Gov
ernor lUe.se Declares that He will
not Appoint II im.
"Ira ll. Jones can mandamus or
?damiiB or do anything he pleases.
"I am not going to appoint Kniest
Moore as special judge for the Union
"You can take hack these papers."
Gov. IJlease used this language Sat
urday to K. E. Wylle. attorney of Lan
caster, who called on him to secure a
cummission for Kniest Moore of Lan
caster as special judge for the special
term of civil court in Union which
commences next Monday. The papers
referred to were a letter from Mr.
Moore to Mr. Wylle and the recom
mendation of Chief Justice Jones. Mr.
Wylle at once left the office,
A recommendation from Chief Jus
tice Jones asking that Kniest Moore
be appointed as special judge for Un
ion county was presented to Gov.
Dlease by Mr, Wylle, upon the request
of Mr. Moore. Mr. Wylle was in Co
lumbia on business- and he, as a fa
vor to Mr. Moore, who was unable to
come here, made an investigation as
to whether the commission bad been
Issued as requested. Gov. Dlease re
fused to read the recommendation of
the supreme court.
Situation in Union.
There seems to be some misunder
standing as to the special judge mat
ter for Union county.
Gov. Blease said that he refused
to commission Kniest Moore because
the Uni'U) County Bar association had
withdrawn the recommendation of Mr.
Moore '. r special judge.
"I iceeiwd a letter to this effect,''
said Gov. Blease, "an 1 also asking
that W. H. Hunt of Newberry, Chns.
Carroll Simms of Barn well or R. O.
Purdy of frumter be commissioned in
place of Kniest Moore." (low Hlease
said that the letter was received from
John U. Hamllll, the secretary of the
Union County Bar association.
Gov. Blease said that be had later
received the recommendation by Chief
Justice Jones, but "since the recom
mendation of the Union County Bar
association was withdrawn I. of
course, refused to appoint Mr. Moore."
John R. Handln, a member of the
Union Bar Association, when seen
last night in Union by a representa
tive of The State, did not make a
This means that there will be an
other controversy between the su
preme court and the governor on the
appointment by judicial department
of the government.
; The Union County liar association
petitioned Chief Justice Jones to ap
point Ernest Moore as special judge
for a special term of the civil court
to commence in that county next
The following letter was addressed
to Gov. Blease by Chief Justice Jones,
recommending that Kniest Moore he
commissioned as special judge:
"Hon. c. L. Blease, Governor.
"Dear Sir: Pursuant to section
2743, volume i. code of laws, I have
ordered a special t n m of common
'pleas for Uli ion county for the trial Ol
j civil cases not requiring a jury, for
the week commencing March "7 lust.
?There being no circuit judge dis
engaged so as to hold the court. 1
respectfully recommend that you is
sue a commission to 'ton. ISrnesi
Moore of Lancaster. S. C, learned in
the law, as special ludge to hold the
"Ira B. Jones,
Kniest Moore is one of the best
known attorneys in the State and has
served as special judge on several oc
casions. He tried the case against
lohn Black and sentenced the for
mer dispensary official to live years In.
the penitentiary. Mr. Moore was not
named in the list of "ellglbles" re
cently sent to the supreme court by
the governo'- ?The State.
(Jetting Scarcer Every Yeur.
Ninety-nine tlmeB In one hundred,
baldness is caused by dandruff germs
which dig down deep Into the roots of
the hair, destroy its vitality and cause
It to fall out.
If you have dnndruff, the little invis
ible, persistent dovils called dandruff
germs are at work. Destroy tham at
once, or sooner or later they will cause
your hair to fall out and you will be
compelled to take your place In the
Parisian Sage Is guaranteed by The
Liurens Drug Co. to stop falling hair
and Itching scalp and to drive out
dandruff and kill the germs, or money
back. It is tne moat delightful hair
dressing in the world not sticky or
greasy. Large bottle ">0 cents.
A meeting of Camp Garlington, C.
C. V.. Will be held at the ofllce of
Probute Judge O. G. Thompson, at
10 o'clock a. m., Saturday, April 1st.,
Business of Importance is to be
transacted, and a full attendance of
?ho membership Is earnestly desired
Delegates to the General Reunion
at Little Rock, Arkansas, to bo held 1
May 16, 17'and 18. are td bo elected. I
Also, delegates to the State Reunion
are to be elected. The time and place 1
' holding the latter' Reunion is not1
low known, but may be at time of j
meeting of the Camp on the 1st prom
Members of the Camp will remem
ber that the annual dues are to be
paid at next meeting, -?"> cents each.
T. B. CREWS.
O. G. Thompson. Adjutant.
Misery From Fpset Stomach and Dys
pepslu Will Vanish.
If what you just ate is souring on 1
your stomach or lies like a lump of
lead, refusing to digest, or you belch ]
gas and eructate sour and undigested ,
food, or have a feeling of dizziness,
heartburn, fulness, nausea, bad taste'
in mouth and stomach headache -this j
is indigestion. I
Bloodine costs only fifty cents and
will thoroughly cure the worst case'
of Dyspepsia, and leave sufficient'
about the house in case some one else I
in the family may suffer from stoin- .
ache trouble or Indigestion.
Get a bottle of Bloodine now and'
eat. what you like the next meal and !
then take a teaspoonful of Bloodine
to digest and prepare for assimila- |
tion into the blood all the food you
eat: besides, it makes you go to the
table with a hearty, healthy appetite: 1
but what will please you most is that !
you will feel that your stomach and)
intestines are clean and fresh, and
you Will not need to resort to laxa-1
lives o>- liver pills for biliousness or
This city will have many Bloodine
cranks, as some peopel will call them,
but you will be cranky about this
splendid prescription, too, If you ever
have indigestion or gastritis, or any I
other stomach misery, take Bloodine.
Mail orders will be filled by the |
Bloodine Corporation, Boston, Mass.
Sold by Laurens Drug Co.
with W. II. Budgens & Co.
Mr. .1. Cope Henderson having ac
cepted a position with \V. H. Hudgens
& Co. has resigned his place with a
Greenville firm and returned to Lau
rens. In taking the new position, Mr.
Henderson succeeds Mr. Clarence L.
Hammett who will go mi the road
April first for a wholesale bouse.
Has Millions of Friends.
How would you like to number your
friends by millions ns Bucklen's Ami- ,
ca Salve doeB? Its astounding cures!
In the past forty years mnde them.
Its the best Salve in the world for
sores, ulcers, eczema, burns, bolls,
scalds, cuts, corns, sore eyes, sprains,1
swellings bruises cold sores. Has no1
equal for piles. 2.'c at Laurens Drug!
Co. and Palmetto Drug Co.
Snowdrift puts 'em nil In the Shade.
Snowdrift Hogless Lard is being im
itate', and substituted for In its sale, j
Don't take a cheap inferior imitation, i
A few dealers are pushing the sale j
of other Lards because tbero is more
money in it for them. Insist on get
ting the best. Snowdrift is handled
by every merchant in Laurens and!
Dixie Flour and Grain Co.
Feed of Kinds Keep a
Big Stock of Good Things.
Henry Clay, White Satin
and Copyright Flour, fresh
water ground Corn Meal,
Hams, Bacon, Lard, Hay.
Big lot of Syrup and Molas
ses in barrels, kegs and buck
ets. Plows. Country mer
chants, as well as farmers,
see our choice line of To
baccos, Tennessee White
Corn, ground Oats and Corn.
Also Corn, Oats and Alfalfa,
fancy clipped White Oats,
Bran and Shorts, Corno
Chicken Feed, full line of
green and roast Coffee,
Horse and Mule Shoes, Nail
and Barb Wire, Salt, Cotton
Seed Meal, Ammoniated
Guano, Acid, Kainit, Nitrate
of Soda, Plow Stocks and i
Cotton Planters, Little Joel
Harrows, Blount's Iron
Plows, Blount'sMiddle Bust
ers, Blount's Plow Points;
Amber and Orange Cane
Seed, Bliss Triumph and
Irish Cobbler Potatoes, Seed
Corn, Bean Seed, Peas.
''Bread is the Staff of Life"
Yours for business
J. H. Sullivan
LAURENS, S. C
Do You Dread
It takes a deal of moral
courage for some folks to
buy new shoes.. Stiff soles
and unyielding upper leath
ers sometimes bnn<r serious
foot troubles in their wake.
To many new shoes
mean torment for a week
the Red Bell
on the Box.
$2.00 Shoe $2*50
with the sole made flexible, is n positive relief
for tired and tortured feet. It is as pliable as an
old shoe from the very first. It is as styiish as
any shoe you ever saw.
The top and vamp are of soft kid but tough as horse
hide. We've taken out all the stiffness. We've left
in all the wear and all the style.
See this shoe at the Oaddock agency in your town.
Made in all styles and patterns?slippers?pumps?
lace and button boots.
Will be Occupied Next
Week by Real Estate
Gray Court, S. C.
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Local Dealer or
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