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Why You Should Always Use
Bee Brand Flavoring Extracts
. ecause they are 60% better than Pure Food
2. Because they will go further than inferior goods.
. 13ecause their delicacy of flavor is unapproached.
4. Because their Purity and Quality is absolute.
5. Because they are unreservedly guaranteed. 25C
a h ormor or ey a~ -
Kuo OUR bank YOUR bank.
N B. DIAL, Pres. G. H. ROPER, Ga.sher
Has been thoroughly over-hauled and now
rayfor the Cotton Ginning Season.I
Shave secured the agency of the famous '
Buckeye Cotton Oil Company's goods and
Swill purchase cotton seed, sell and ex
Schange cotton seed meal and hulls. I am
4prepared to take care of the cotton seed +~
4 market regardless of the war. Get my
prices before you sell your cotton seed or
b uy you:r mea1 and hulls. Meal and hulls4
4 orecd at Ginn'iery. /4
S .G. McDANEL,
Scrubs Fatten Quickly
You wati your pigs to eat as muc as possible --
when yott fattent them. Give them a reat variety 1k hoIt soe crube -
of iced, I:Cep) the appetite keen and th digestion in faten nd ae themnYlee
good order, anud you will obtain the esired result; i4t' r ted I, Conha
especially if you mix with the grain r tion a dose of - a om v
MEDICINEDanlevle, W. Vn.
Whets the appetito-Helpa didatlin Ayordas.*
hor't Tenure of Tenchers an Evil to
be Avoided. Necessity of Stbilllity.
(I,1)y W. K. Tlate, Professor or itural
1diiea tionl, (eorge Peabody Coillege of
While variety may he the splee of
life, there Is Suich a(1 thin1g as too aiuelh
spice for the good of the digestion.
A (oltinuo1s state of chlniglpe 01' revo
lution is not condl1ve to a Itigh Ile
gree of eilleienc(y whether in govern
ment or in educational institutions.
The most striking difference be
Sween higher institutions of lea rning
and city school systems on the one
hand and our rural schools oil the
other is tle instability Which Charae
terizes everything connected with the
count11ry schools. The Ilniversity pres
ident Is chosen after dut1e deliberation
by a stable board of trustees atild Is
given a large freedom in formulating
policies of development which his
tellure of position gives himu1 time and
opportunity to execite. The state
superilitelldeit. of education, On tile
other hand, Is ut suially subject to tile
contingencies of party . politics and
has littie opportuniy to lake com
prehiensive plans or to exv(clute delib
erately chosen policies for tile devel
opmnilt of the C0omon school system.
The ( sity Superintendent Is eleled by
:1 stable board responsible to the peo
-le and not limited In their choice by
residence or citizenshily. The city
superintendent holds his position
Iihrtough a terml of years and Is free
to may out all educational program
t hich he may hope to consummate.
The countv sinlwe1'llltendent is elected
by popular vote. The field from which
mnen enn be selected is too limited and
the term of otlice too short to give
promise of a 1program of progress.
The professor in the college or the
university ani1d the principal and teach
or Inl thle city schools hold their posi.
tions year a1fte1' r year. and develol
throaglh experiince speclal abllity inl
thevir particular fiehls. Thet teacher. inl
the. (101n1try school is. selectedI for 11he
141111 six (r vi!ght o101)111. and 1 s ex
jii 1d ) to e.:ime 4p .2 io s pt thle 41141
of they1 a..
Th' ;;I!il w, ; an
sch14(4 of !he w t: will 1e vvsted
. I]h::- boardl of40, M a:.:- a
bv Ithl - iii :I.- k. :l:uu8 th l
eni l:M na. anle ns o ill- va
: u s stats. T[his 1or) i (f (1 4 u n11tion
v w 11 1 1li 114 ith:ou41.i;ato : ) t- . 1.
lh lI univer1 ity bonni f rsllu es o w
Ib- willbte exet-(liv, olliter of th,,
b d 11(1 N il be gIvn a hI e Il-sl -
nre~t of freedom)II inl e0 N t-~ ing; th10 poli
cisadopted( by the boawrd. Inl thel ad
:1.ittistrationl al'i Flupervisionl of, tht
Statle School s;ysii-ml he will be assist
e,1 bY other ixwrts chosel by till
stat (- board of edItivtiol.
Tlhe county schiool syst em will be
administere bv a 1)count1y board of ed
lIea tionl, also se-lected by the people.
This (ol)y board will elect a counlty
supeitentt'denlt of (101 31hol1jts 1as lie
ty boar) d n4w ('ells th li '1Sty 1uper
itenden(i't. llThe board will not he' limo
id in itS chIoici ofi the4 ('ntanty, blitt
wufi l e free'1 it i hu t 'very3'where f( ot'
thle man~t best lit ted rotr tile Work. Thle
c'ounty sup1erit~tenet will lbe the
secr tetary3 111 anCxecuItivye ofllcer' of th1e
couty b 'oar and 1111will be aissistedl by3
such1 special sup)er'visors as are' neCcs
satry to the adequate supiervisioni of
the country' schools. Trhe coutnty su
per'intendlency will in this way become
a professioni which offers a career. It
wvill attract 0111 best men since suc
cess in one coutnty may alwayr mean
a possib1le call to a better position.
The couttry teacher' in thle clilcient
systemi towar'd whIch we ar'e slowly
minitg will be0 eletedC for a ter'm of
three otr foiur yearIs. Ills compensation
will iinrease withtl his Cxperienlce and(
tenure1'. ie will beC elected for' twelve
mths~ll 5In tihe year I unld will make his
hlomel in the communlitly.
N\ear' the schoolhtouse will be the
tea111Cers' hlomeI, surr'tounde(ld lQ Ilhe
ing th)e school mthl~tIs andll thrtoughot
4oo1 and)4 th1e t Iacher4's hon114 will bei
a so1ia Vand 4' 'unntn4 (iy I!enter~. Thle
ae ill bei' ith i vItli Il n Io te (If m-~
1(411111 (in every ito o the weofd thit
Soe rs a mant kntw his fru and
Lechool hortwt thoer I'ldr eornd
district wier Tonped to eter toe
ealyeverybodyi whmoit hase'
thed alontlrad ittheldeo that ie
onlya t'mprar z'lt BAr cIABIeT
to Puh owerful drugck har and
shovs and weakens Than liefre.n
makdson'ls le Tnerwardete to dl
This Is one of tho reasons why
the LInurens Drug Co. guarantece
Dodson's 1ivci ''oie to take the
place of calome1i. Dodonun's [iver
To0e is a ptre vegetable liver tonic
that will (-turee constipation (ittckly
a11l gently, withouti any danger of
bad after-ctfects. It Is glu t(aranteed to
(o this wilh a guaran0)tee that Is slim
ple an1d fair. If youl bly a bottle of
Dodson's 'LAiver Tone forl yourself or
yoti children, and to not Uind that it
perfect ly takesthe place of caioel,
they retiin to the store wh er. volt
houalit It and[ get your Illoney bak
with a smile.
All Unsusual ('harniter,
Mr. George MacKenzie of IEdinboro
Scotland, will be in this city in the
course of the next few days. While
there alro numerous S'cotchmen in this
section of the country, many a day's
travel would be required to find one
like Mr. MacKenzle.
Although born in Scotland, Mr.
MacKenzie spent his boyhood days in
India and Egypt where hIs foather
verved for twenty years as P1ipe-Major
in the British army.
The gift of coaxing sprightly Scot
tis ielodic.s from the bag pipes le
iilerits fro mlls father and it Is said
by those who know, that Mr. MacKen
zMe si unexcelled by none.
Mr. MacKenzies peculiarity in dress
is unijne, as lie still Clings to hIs
Scottish highland garment which is
really a regimental uniform andI hIs
jaunty military carriage readily re
calls dim memories of Stevenson's
"Alaun A' Breck," "David Balfour" and
At the present tine Mr. MtcKenzie
is combining business with pleasure,
having recently associated himself
with the well-known firm of McCor
inick & Company of Baltimore, and is
now touring America i their behalf.
HOW FIENCH PEOPLE
C1'111-E STOM.ACH TROUB!LE
A hoisehold rmeiidy 01' the irench
i asaitry. consisting of )tuire vegeta
ble oil, and saiI to posscss wonlder
.ul ilrt in Ilie treament i' 'iit of stoi ch1
li 111r and intestina'l tr-oubles. has
inen itroduced in this (o'untry 113
t;h'org. 11. \:ayr. wh.)to fol I we n Ity
Y41rs Ias beelin one of lilthe leading
dowin town duigists ofChi:o :d141
who) hint;el wcs red/byv its ulse. SoI
iniekt~ :ni iITh' ~ i. its aclion that
la sing3' o L ; ( I i lly e:111 n a to
brin 3 r o o i ' d l lef In ll- inlo:41
*''li~il 4 * - 111, * * * 4 * * * * * wh
hil\i l triedl il dee4.lre tw ev h r
4f any*in-. to r I r 44 ucht 4 -r 4k
able4)oi r t in So 'l . 1 tit n . It is,
kns b .;il Mayri's Woluii-fuill .ah
b -alisdy a~l liv; n now .e oluflu,. li
Ri(1!t .0ny t - t r (1 is nw .-:ohl
onI I tii :111 v i oI h l t o %v )tt')l
re by Ur -- ( Iit -wl :V S.
te lio*orabi* *) *1 * * which t .ey
4 Ir. t. I) l)4:~l ove as ta e r 4i
SilIo . S t I . M %alph C. \\'1.
soll, Misses Maro, '.up1sonl anld . .
Wilson of Shilo, have bren, oierted
as thre-e of thle teacher., of th.), (Gr.y
Courit-Ow ings initille fo r the next
school torm, 111-15. It, \\'itsmn
asd beeno elct S. ril. .\bsgs
nhixand dNoatmewn and .S. Wiban
went oer th Yarboroth mill reghty
onratee.days fhring trio Thmeny
otndh prte Theyu )ui)t 200th paton
orgoer f fishy ourttis shol big
fihe toable ostos.hhte
ar toJpesie Wolver whas eachers. In
awo els vipped. la't. r
and M's. ArmstrogT. Jer. isy,.
R.e Amistg W'lli ofIren J.a.
Lang ston,~I~ Tom lengston, Dughlsay
heand' Ruhford Banett, MiS. L Oings
Iwent ove 01:ttr tbruhe mtl rentily
the a1)1 thre-ayI fishing' ''tip.h They'
Ipnds ace The1' dy reporti200iu: pounds
orti overI of ils Ya, yet tis? l1 noit
Mr.' Jesiek Wo11 f who1. itrkig .
iai drugsore at tarianna, tFl. 's lin
-a' fe dys [vIst ths retarentd hMr.
from s~gtseengvin thf larendooh
hear wit tei ionthrs I nnghbor
hodrv evdaiodrann.h at
was in dof asftru thIrnty--.t
TIs hosfen aue by ndertrnt
constipaton, and .qtuiecly dapear,
whern thwberlawil benoblt arrethak.
enrobr fromb Sallrdals nay
and be refreshed
Sip by sip here's pure
fort-a satisfied thirst
-a contented palate.
Deiind the gentine by fu tiatm
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Whenever ATLANTA, GA.
you see al 2-r
of Coca-C ol-. 1
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womnen of expnerience.
Courses leading to de gree of A. _.
Diplonas ill 'Music, Art anl ) , Courtses il I)onl t
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Engineers and Contractors
Sp ecialists in Subdivision of Lands,
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Desig s and Estimates of all classes of
*Cut prices are made on the
r gaining stock of Ladies' and
C ldten's colored sunshades--they
Iwill be found on the Centre Tables
marked in plain figures. Sheer
colored and solid White Fabrics
must move now.
Special Value in Ladies' White
Among the Hosiery you can
secure the size, color and weight