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MEDAL WINNERS AND HONOR ROLL
OP THE LAMS CITY SCHOOLS
One Hundred and Seventeen Scholars of the City
Schools Receive Buttons for not Being Absent,
Tardy or Dismissed During the Entire Session.
Supt. B. L. Jones has furnished The
Advertiser with a complete list of all
those scholars of the city schools who
received honors of any kind during
the past year. The list of the gradu
ates- will be found In another part of
the paper. Tho honor rollB are as
D. A. K. Medal.
The local chapter of the D. A. R.
offered a gold medal this session to
that pupil in the Tenth Grade who
made the highest general average in
United States history.
This medal was won by Anna Pren
| This was an exceedingly close con
test between her and Lula Dial, to
whom her teacher, Miss Laura Uarks
dale, gave a beautiful gold pin.
High School Scholarship Medal.
A public spirited citizen and good
friend to the school offers a gold medal
annually to that pupil in the Tenth
Qrade, who has made the highest gen
eral average in scholarship during the
three years in the high school.
This medal was won this year by
.nna Prentiss. Honorable mention
?mould ,ba made of Edwin Moseley, who
was a very close second.
, The prize offered at the beginning
of the session for the best map of
South Carolina drawn during the ses
sion was won by McCord Gallegly of
the sixth grade.
Diamond Button ?'Inners.
Names of the pupils who have re
ceived the higne8t average In scholar
ship, attendance and deportment for
nine months. To each of these the
superintendent gives his "Diamond"
First Grade?William Vance Albright
Second Grade?Margaret Lake.
Third Grade?Monte!th Calno.
Fourth Grade?Mary Hackwell.
Fifth Grade?Annie B&rksdale.
Sixth Grade?Rebecca Lake.
Sixth and Seventh Grade Room?
Amy Wolfff, sixth grade.
Seventh Grade?Mary Sullivan.
Eighth Grade?Herbert Sullivan.
Ninth Grade?Gnssie Miller.
Tenth Grade?Anna Prentiss, first;
Edwin Moseley, second.
First Grade?Carrie May Vanhoy.
Second Grade?Manning Stewart.
Third and Fourth Grade Room?
Nannie Lee Snoddy. third grade.
Annual Honor Roll.
Names of those who have been on
the monthly Honor Holls for nine
months. -Ill pupils on this roll.
First Grade?William Vance Al
bright, Houston Roper, Martin Teague.
Marion Hlnckwell. Nelle Jones, Mar
garet Nichols, Sara Eliza Swygert.
Second Grade?Elbert Copeland, Eu
la Burns, Lee Ora Hunter, Margaret
Lake. Eleanor Miller, Mary Owings,
Third Grade?William Gray. Thomas
Barksdale, Flora Bennett, Marion Holt.
Rosa Gray, Lee Watson.
Fourth tirade?Charles Hughes, Wil
liam Lake. Mary Hlackwell.
Fifth Grade?John Hlldgens, Annie
Harksdale. Emma Barton, Harlan
Crews, Lola McPhail, Hattie Watson.
Sixth Grade?Rebecca Lake, Virginia
Sullivan, Daisy Hollo Tollison, Amy
Seventh Grade?Ruth Bagwell, An
nie Burns, Cecil Roper, Mary Sulli
Ninth Grade?Mamie Austin. Gussle
Tenth Grade?Edwin Hoseloy, Anna
Third Grade?Nannie Leo Snoddy,
Fourth Grade?Dorroh Halrston.
The Palmer Method of Business
Writing was Introduced In the schools
three years ago. Now muscular move
ment in writing is taught In all the
grades, and marked improvement in
writing is noticed throughout the en
About a month ago specimens of the
pupils' writing from the fourth grade
up were sent to the A. M. Palmer Co.,
New York, contesting for the awards
offered by them for creditable work
done on the drills in the manual of
The first buttons known ns the "Pal
mer Method Buttons" are given to the
ones sending in the first twenty five
drills satisfactorily done for the crit
ics in the New York ofllce.
There were 73 of these buttons giv
en this year to the following pupils
of the school:
Fourth Grade?Tom Davenport, Bea
trice Caldwell, Annie Laurie Thomp
son. Allle Martin, Louise Huchlngson.
Lois Taylor. B. K. Humphries, Karl
Heran. Pattie Wilkes, Mary E. Ram
Bay, Mary Roper, Estelle Martin, Nash
Fifth Grade?John Hudgens, Bruce
Bagwell, J. P. Caldwell, Emma Barton,
Lenora Thompson, Kathleen McGee.
Sixth Grade?Mary Reld. Elise Babb.
Ruth Poole, Virginia Sullivan, Nora
Nichols, Rebecca Lake, John L. An
derson, Charles Thompson, Frances
Myers, Ellen Foshee.
Seventh Grade?Thos. B. Mc Dan lei,
Ruth Watklns, Hamilton Brown, Frank
Reld, Claudia Darlington, Laura
Cromer, Annie Burns, Douglas P.
Payne Hattle Sullivan. Ruth Bagwell,
Lucile Moore, Carrie Young, Sarah
Reld, Charles Franks, Brooks Daven
part Alice Dent, Graham McCall, Vera
Templeton, Russell Gray.
Eighth Grade?Willie Sexton, Paul
Lake, Lizzie Leake. Gladys Boyd. Hat
tle Eichelberger. Cora Medlock, Mary
Burton, Herbert ulllvan, Farrls Mar
tin Elizabeth Moseley. Eugenia Nich
ols, Mary Wilkes, Lucy V. Darling
ton, Nellie Thompson, Laurens Phil
Ninth Grade?Hayne Taylor, Juila
Henderson, Lucy Childress, Nannie K.
Armstrong, Wales Watson, Mabra
Madden, Gussle Miller, Erastus Mad
den, Mildred Babb, Cleo Roper.
A unique and pretty sterling silver
pin known as tho "Progress Pin" is
given to each one satisfactorily com
pleting the firBt 100 drills. The pu
pils are required to pay 20 cents each
to secure one of the pins. There were
L'O "Progress Pins" granted this year
to the following pupils:
Seventh Grade?Dorothy L. Hud
gens, Virginia Barksdale, Lucy Mc
Phull. Martha Owlngs, Sarah H. Bolt.
Jessie P. Hill, Mary D. Sulllvau, Nell
Childress, Miriam Brown, Frances
Kennedy, Emma Shell, Frances Davis,
Rebecca Clark, Mildred Huchlngson.
Eighth Grade?LouIbc SlmmonB,
P lUllne Nelson.
Ninth Grade?Caroline Roper, Bruce
Owlngs, Harrlette Simpson, Mamie
Pupils who have not yet received
their buttons and pins may get them
from either Mr. Jones or from Mr. C.
H. Roper at the Enterprise Bank.
Perfect Attendance Roll.
Those who have neither been absent,
tardy nor dismissed for the entire nine
months are put on the Perfect Attend
ance Roll. They are given souvenir
buttons by Supt. Jones. 117 pupils re
ceived buttons this session.
First Grade?William Vance Al
bright, Houston Roper, Marlon Black
well, Mary Bolt, Inez Caldwell, Nelle
Jones, Margaret Nichols, Grace Tay
lor, Ruth Watson.
Second Grade?Fred Bishop Elbert
Copeland, John Robert Ellis, Eula
Burns, Aisle Boyd, Mary Hudgons,
Margaret Lake, Eleanor Miller, Mary
Owlngs, Sarah Powers.
Third Grade?George Albright, Lu
cius Burns, Ambrose Easterby, T. G.
Ellis. William Gray, Jack Hudgens,
Waldo Martin, Coy Reld, Laurence
Thompson, Flora Bennett, Marion Bolt,
Katherine Bolt, Vera Caldwell, Elolse
Dunlap, Lillian Gasque, Ruth Thomp
son, Lee Watson.
Fourth Grade?Robert Alken, Roy
Boyd, Tom Davenport, Charles Hughes,
Robert McCuen, Nash Philpot, Barl
Putnam, Plckney Simmons, Sarah
Bishop, Mary Blackwell, Beatrice
Caldwell. Olga Fashee, Bstelle Martin,
Louise Power, Corrie Htone, Lois Tay
lor, Annio Laurie Thompson.
Fifth Grade?David Childress, J. P.
Caldwell, Horace Dent, James Dunlap,
Damon Gasque, John Hudgens, John
M. Hudgens, Beaty McLin, Tom Reld,
Calvin Teague, Annie Bafksdale, Em
ma Barton, Lena Roundtree, lsabelle
Sullivan. Mary Taylor, Hattle Wat
son, Margaret Wright. Dorrls Young.
Sixth Grade?Roscoe Stone. Charles
Thompson, Belle Burns, Mamie Burus,'
Lois Nelson, Virginia Sullivan, Allie
Thompson, Claudia Darlington, Inez
Nickols, Nora NIckols, Amy Wolff,
Seventh Grade?Cecil Roper, Martha
Owlngs, Blanche Burns, Rebecca Clark,
Frances Kennedy, Alpha Bolt, Noll
Childress, Annie Burns, Sarah Reld.
Eighth Grade?Farris Martin, Lau
rens Philpot, Herbert Sullivan, Lucy
Vance Darlington, Margaret Dunlap.
Hattle Eichelberger, Hattie Gray, Liz
zie Leake, Eugenia Nichols, Willie Sex
ton, Louise Simmons, Elizabeth Mobo
ley, Virginia Simpson, Lilla Todd.
Ninth Grade?Mamie Austin GuBsie
Miller, Brucie Owlngs, Harriette
Tenth Grade?Qrler Blakely, Edwin
Moseley, Tom Owlngs, Julius Sit
greaves, Anna Prentlss.
Third Grade?Nannie Lee Snoddy,
Oases In Stomach Poison the Blood.
Gas forms in your stomach because
the food you eat ferments and turns
Allow this fermentation to go on and
these gases become polBonous and the
poison gets into the blood.
MI-O-NA stomach tablets stop the
fermentation almost instantly, turn the
poisonous gases into liquid, and elimi
nate the poison mostly through the
If you have any stomach trouble
such as gas. sourness, htavlness, flat
ulency, or shortness of breath, MI-O
NA will give gratifying relief In five
They are sold on money back plan
for acute or chronic indigestion, nerv
ousness, dizziness, headaches, sleep
lessness, etc. Sold by Laurens Drug
Co. and drugglBts everywhere for 50
cents a box.
Margaret Hell and dnugbte.
Ella and Ora, were the guesY|J^
Pea Ridge, Monday May 20.?Mrs.
Fannie Billey of Clinton Is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. M. A. SUinerel.
Miss Polly Ann Jeans visited Mrs. J.
H. S. Hipp last week.
Miss Klla Bell Is spending a while
with her mother, Mrs. M. E. Bell.
Mrs. Victor Weathers and Miss Bes
sie Blakely were the guests of Mrs.
Mattlo Rowland Tuesday.
Mrs. D. M. Norwood of Lauroiis Is
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. P.
B. Bailey. . . .
Mrs. N. J. Anderson and mother
visited Mrs. Margaret Bell Thursd
of Mrs. O. P. Goodwin Tuesday.
Our young people enjoyed; u lawn
party at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Victor Weathers Friday night.
Misses Cora Workman and Venia
Blakely were the guests of Misses
Mabel and Irene Goodwin Sunday.
Miss Bessie Blakely was the guest
of Miss Nannie Rowland Sunday.
Miss Ella and Mr. Carl Bell wore
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Cun
Mr. J. S. Cunningham and Masters
Kirk and Ansel Godfrey, of Clinton,
spent the week-end with Mr. .lim Hipp
Oak Grove and Copelnnd schools
closed Friday with a picnic at Davis
spring. Rev. W. E. Thayer and Hon.
R. A. Cooper of Laurens made an ad
dress. Music was furnished by tho
Messrs. Chlldress. A bounteous dinner
was spread and all seemed to enjoy
Big Dividend Payer.
It pays 27 per cent. Is a sure thing.
Is received at once. The article has
been sold for forty years. Thousands
have invested without loss. Tho offer
Is to you. Therefore when painting
buy .12 gallons L. & M. Paint' and l(
gallons Linseed Oil. Mix them togeth
er. The total cost Is $3:5.00. An equal
quantity of a ready for use from tho
can Paint cost $42.00?the amount
saved Is $U.00. It's 21 per cent on any
Call on J. H. & M. I.. Nash. Lau
reii8; J. W. Copeland Co., Clinton.
Special values for (he balance of
May. Big bargains In odds and ends
of Ladles' and Gents' low cut shoes.
SPECIAL MAY VALUES
We aro offering some extra special
values In Ladles' Walsls, Dresses and
Watch this store and you will always find something that it will pay you to come here to buy. We do
not charge you a thing to show you but you will be convinced that our store is your best place
to get your Summer Necessities when you see the kind of values we are offering*
Wo have In this department a number of odds and ends?
short lots? one and two of a kind that we are making special price
on to clean up and clean out. Don't miss this opportunity.
SPECIAL -Men's Suits, worth $15. to $20.00 now *12.."*0 to $15.00
Men's Suits worth $12.50 to $15.00, now.$10.00 to $12.50
All of these are special good values for the price as all worsteds
are high and are advancing every day.
SPECIAL?Dig lot Men's Oxfords and Slippers?In patent, viel
and other leathers. Sold for $3.50 to $5.00 special $2.00 to $3.00
SPECIAL?Rig lot Ladies' Oxfords and Slippers in nil leathers
;<nd different style toes. Sold for $2.50 to $4.00 now $1.50 to $2.00
SPECIAL?Dig lot Men's Soft Hats in all shapes?one or two
of a kind, good styles-sold for $1.50 to $3.00 now $1.00 to $1.50
This is a big straw Hat season everywhere?we have the best
r.tyles and values we ever had?white Senates are the latest, all
prices.$1.50 to $1.00
Our line of Furnishings are the best. Dig line of Negligee
Shirts.50c, $1.00, $1.50, and $2.00
Dig line Work Shirts.50c
Dig line Men's Soft Collnr Shirts. Just the thing for sum
mer .50c, $1.00 and $1.50
Men's Night Shirts.50c, 75c $1.00.
Men's Pajamas. ,.$1.00, $1.50
Men's Half Hoso.10c, 15c, 25c, 60c
Handkerchiefs.5c, 10c, 15c, 25c
Oartcrs, Arm Hands, Neckwoar, and all the accessories.
See our Sheets and Pillow Cases, values aro all right, bettor
take advantage of this as prices on nil cotton goods are advancing.
Special values In Laces, Lace Bands, and all kinds of Em
broideries. We are having big sales of this class of goods, tho
yard from.5c to $8.00
SPK(iAL--I>adles silk Dresses, worth $14.50 to $20.00 special
.,.$7.50 to $14.60
SPECIAL?Ladies' whito Lawn Linen Waists, worth 75c to
$3.50, special now.49c to $1.99
SPECIAL?Ladles' white Lingerie Waist, worth $1.25 :.ow 08c
SPECIAL?About 100 Ladles' wash suitE, lor.g coats, worth
$4.00 to $12.50 now _ .$1.99 to $4.99
SPECIAL?Silks?A lot of remnant waist patterns, dress pat
t -ns in odds and ends In silks, worth 60c to $1.00. Get In on these,
now.?.25c to 49c
SPECIAL?White Walstings, all kinds of white fabrics, worth
up to 25c now down to.6c to 16c
SPECIAL?Parasol??in all shades at special prices. Just the
kind to match your suit.$1?00 to 98.00
SPECIAL?Mercorized Table Damask, 72 laches wldo, value
COc anu 85c. special.60c
We call special attention to Our Millinery
Department. We have had the biggest
season we have ever had in this depart
ment. It means something?our prices are
low?our values arc big. Styles supass
It is your duty to call here for all your
wants because there Is no other place that
you can do better and then we more often
save you money and yet give you the right
article at a saving to you. _
We call to your attention that all Fabrics
are advancing every day. So It is a good time
for you to buy.'
OUTEITTERS FOR ALL MANKIND