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hrehers Not every local dealer handles I H C engines.
Feed Gades. The one 4who does is a good man to know. If you
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Champlon Deerlng NecCormiek .. tilwaukee Osore Plano
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immense lines of Wash Fabrics shown here.
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Voile, Poplen, Batiste, Kilkenny Suiting,
India Linon, Corduroy, Madras and fine
The ColoredGoods embrace,Wash Crepe,
Fine Madras with the choices styles in Dress
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output of the most reliable manufactures4
embracing Silk Hose in all shades at 25cts
and 50cts a pair.4
State Aid to Public Schools.
Up until 1907 such a thing as state (
aid to the public schools of South C
Carolina was unheard of. Each coun I
ty had to stipport its own schools out
of the three mill constitutional tax,
poll tax, dog tax and the district spe
cal tax. The legislature in 1907, to
encourago the building up of efilcient
high schools made an appropriation.
In order to secure the aid from theoI
state the schools had to attain a cer
tain standard of eillciency. Only the '
smaller towns and rural districts
were entitled to the benefilts of this
act. The benefits derived from this
new provision were so keenly marked
that there has been a gradual devel-11
opment in the system. The general
assembly in 1909 wishing to extend
its assistance to the weak schools of
the state passed the term extejsipn or
Garris act. The aid from the state
in every respect is based on self help.
The schools which were entitled to
participate in this fund were schools
who, with the regular funds could not
run live months and who vote a s)eC
cal tax of two mills or more. They
would receive from the state a sum
equal to the tax raised not to exceed
$100 to any distriet. This has ielped
the schools of L.aurens county a great
deal. It has stimulated the voting of
inore tax and helped to give the boys
and girls in the rural district a school
term of two months longer. This
year Laurens county received $2,55G.51
under the term extension act. This
was distributed rmong thirty schools
Name of Dist. No. of Dist. Amount
Cross Hill 2 $ 90.501
Cross 11111 3 83.53
)ials 2 100.00
Dials 7 67.98
Dials 8 55.17
H1unter 1 59.00'
Hunter 3 100.00'
Ilunter 4 100.00
Hunter 5 100.00
Jacks 3 100.00
Jacks 6 100.00
Lauren.s 3 100.00
Laurens 11 100.00
Scuflletown' 1 75.23
ScuIlietown 2 100.00
Seuilletown 3 95.86
Seuilletown 4 100.00
Sullivan 7 100.001
Waterloo 1 100.0011
Waterloo 2 59.14 I
Waterloo 3 100.00
Waterloo 4 36.79
Waterloo 5 91.27(
Waterloo 7 76.83
Waterloo 8 35.13
You ugs 1 100.00
Youngs 3 50.48
Youngs 5 99.96
Younlgs 6 75. 11
Youngs 7 100,00, 1
The beneilts derived from this state
lld have been greatl y) felt by the one
teacher schools. The purpose of the
legislature has been to reach the!
schools of the rural districts. Tere I
were some schools in the rural dis
tricts who had over fifty pupiils and
ought to have two teachers. In or- 4
rIer to encourage the employment of
two teachers the legislature has taken I
another step), andl in my opinion, the (
most liportant step) of all. viz.-the
passage of thre Rural Graded School (
Act. The two sections of the act that
contaIn the requirements are as fol- t
Sec. 2. Wh'len any rural district in t
Souith Carolina shall levy and collect
i speccial school tax of not less than
four' (-4) mills, and when a school in
such (listrict employs twvo certifted i
teachers for a school term of rnot less I
than six months, and when such school
has an enrollment of not fewer than I
lifty pu pils and an average dlaily at
endance for the session of not fewer
thian thirty pupils, andi when such I
school is taught in a comfortable and l
ranitai'y building provided with the
minimum eqluipment prescribied by the 1
Btate Bloard of Education, and when I
lt uses a course of study and classifi
ation applroved by the State Hoard of
Rduention, it shall be entitledr to i'e-r
selve State aidl under thin Act, to the
imount of $200.00 Per year.
Sec. 3. When any rural school dils-!
riet in South Carolina shall levy and
olleet a special school tax of not less
han four' (-) inills, and when such
~chool employs three or more certifiedt
teachers for a school term of not
ess than seven moinths, and when
mceh school has an annual enrollment
tf not fewer than seventy-five pupils
ad an average (dally attendance for I
hle sessIon of not fewer than forty I
)ulis, andl when such school is
aught in a comfortable and sanitary
3uilding provided with the minimumt
lquipment prescribed by the State I
bard of Education, and when it us
ms a course of study and, classification
upproved by the State Bloard ot I~duca.. l
:ion, it shall be entitled to receivet
btate aid uinder this Act to the amount
t $300.00 per year,
There are only nine schools in our "i
~ounty who received the aid this yeap ' t
ext year there will be more, the e*t ~
lait 'ali Ithe appies~tions this 4ear ~
vero paid will stimnulate ot as to
nect ,the requirements tno ther
,ear and thereby relieve some burden
d teacher from trying to teach sixty
al seventy pupils. The following Is
list of the schools receiving tie aid:
ireen Pond $300.00
ew IlIa riony 200.00
BY Just a little work by thle tins
ces and piatrons Ill s0ome communities
hey could reccive a part of this state)
Ild-See If your school receives aid
Lnd then ask yoursIelf the queistionl:
ANhy doesn't It?
A complete list of the appropria
Ions mnade by thle general assembly
S Ies followvs:
. high Schools, $00,000.
2. Rural graded schools $60,000.
3. Weak( schools for term extension
. Pubi school wokyldihgs under
hey et of 1910, to ae ( olfs)ised in or
lr or aspeat i ons siled. $20,000.
5. Contienent fund to be axpieded
(lie~ 1'oiiiitv loar'Ii or I'!'ducationl 11n
on sle Iei by the gevided asy stb
helituilit of 'dica tion for s
wi-. ly eady edral school districts,
James iI. Sullivan.
ITJEMS FROM OWINGS.
Owings. S. C., May 19.-Miss Anna
wings calien to see ors. F. x. Ow
olgs las.,t Sal urday afternoon.
'y. t hiunty upre of Sinion uviln
h. III to i last Friday afternoon.
Miss Elizabcthl Floyd of Woodl-nnfl,
-Voiitl Carolina has ))eil Visiting Mirs.
aeind eIePie of this towin.
>Mra. A. C. Wilke, as In town iast,
Mi~s. Ht. .1. Stoddard, and 'Miss ('-,if
+' Stlidd1 wvere Visitors at Fair
Tlewv last Sunday.
Mris. It. 11. 1pre of Suln sonville.
\'w, thle guest of' Mr's. It. 0. 111int, laist
IValtEr 11111 of Florence caine hoe
-1,t C111n1day for' a shior't stay With Is
iants, Mr. nd Mas. S. C. 11111.
Mins. cllie w. gse ret urFd R.Oiw
ast laSt Siaurdy fyoin Hock a ife . Mro s.
)w'lgs was sent to okt F iy by the
.liss i piov'li ieit l ( o as odlf
g.oth'. Sie rin s bee isi tine, and
;:nys i r1 d lfga ths twn. royal 1 ii
Th'le filo (i'elloill in a tilil SIIiiday
r.lol (.CveilIoe will i held i this
ownI ait the P i'esbyteci'ian cliii icli oii
.\lrs. l1.Jy next, and we 110a1 r-hat n
:ii-g( ('l'uwd will aittendl, and we wvill
lo 1 oshilwe to isitae evey i-tor
nIleoy IliliselfI or hiersel f to tilie i igli t
X telt. Mrs. noi Stodd.rd 'ill sell
'iean, at noon lror ow. iwentt o1' thle
kPW S('II00l luIiiliiig.
Mr. .1. . Owngs of this townviled
laie gufo~oet of Alrsin a1 t.Iun inst
Vlter, 1Ji 11 we lre ncget ofm hofe
wast lunast Surday.otsaywt i
>arent Mraydtro Mrs. S.C H1.
.\. utgalle awng retnedn hoeo
gate. .Sh ' ureortA argie cimwd at
ende ail deat' e royally tltn-.
er tai'n e et eeca'idIt
lie eivnitgroeomihnatol e Sunday
iighoom, wonenin will beautifll inlehi
ownve Fromh h'rebteywan' husr-o
o tarays no exn why sope should
mae rowd wllatend, cook wle wrl
ixo'llok.bl ao k every viitog
njomelfh oodeset timhg~e ligestb
Iit. \lt.Jon tddrwile
Ona last noonhir ath tenty oh
lew sahod biling.tw om~s~
Mr.iJ. paTy, awngd Bofohon fhad
hee maftunepae of iardn lir
ison last ondafyer.ih wr
esss. lin T.s wodardand T A.
Vo iir wr eret the ti' owfus
oni lt wFriday ili h aftern Ms.R
). spnt inavea'eceion ways.nor waf
lied J.t C.Durl.lrg crowd canhac
'nded (ur anf were roinagane.ind
iThrest theetawere cied intoee
heorecefving rooim, thn llto thern
ngsease, wictoheas banutil te
ratfe. yers cream anpodtok lwe
nervedh. Fom aheret many ysers
doctorth ponunced bowt Mrs loca C.disa
rnd recied lrcapl rmis ahldby
ontntry iingraon why' wh shocld
atmaet an renoxcednt cockTh rbe
ontutionacm disase nd hre forer
lx J'lok n &very Tledo, Oio, lon
hemember Cthgoaim given hb
nrk. HutI a ntral.I
*ctuin andetl aouh uond toncmosa
hndreg doarsnds forund cs Ithem-l
lvs cat te forturedof Richad testr
tsonE reRier is.wr
eined buggits, wh5fshd it
Tooks aimlFailye lile. for cel-'
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