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aid to ones vision on boa^id.
Damaged by KIl'O- I JOSS Considera
ble.-Cadets Eura a Holiday.
Clemson College, Jan. IS.- Fire
this morning partially destroyed the
kitchen and commissary at Clemson
College. Tho loss ls estimated at
$2").OOO, fully covered by insurance,
.which was carried with the Sinking
Fund Commission of the State. The
kitchen and commissary are attached
to Barracks No. 1, the largest rf a
.group of three dormitory buildings.
For a while this entire group was
threatened, hut the splendid fire
fighting of the corps of cadets con
fined the conflagration to its origi
nal limits. There were no accidents.
While much of the kitchen equip
ment was damaged or destroyed and
a considerable quantity of supplies
burned, breakfast was served this
moraine ps usual. A holiday was de
clared iii recognition of the officient
work ci the cadets, but otherwise
there will be no interruption in the
schedules. A temporary roof will bo
constructed over the kitchen and
commissary, and steps will be taken
at once to replace such equipment as
is not usable. Tho tile floors and the
refrigerating plant were not dam
aged. Tba origin of the fire has not
yet been determined.
To Cure a Cold la Ono Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (TtblatsJ h
stop? (he Cooja and Headache and works off the
Cold. E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 30c.
Woman Elected Probate Judge.
Greenville, Jan. 19. - Tho first
woman county official to bo olected
In Soe th Carolina was chosen herc
to-day In a special election held to
choose a successor to Probate Judge
Walter M. Scott, who was killed In
an automobile accident the day after
Christmas. Judgo Scott's widow, Mrs.
Fannie C. Scott, who had served as
clerk in the office of her husband for
a number of years, was unopposed
as n candidato for tho unexpired term
of the deceased official. Mrs. Scott ls
to assume the duties of the office
within a few days.
Subscribo for Tho Courier. (BesM
AND THE FLU
First Step in Treatment Is a Brisk
Purgative With Calotabs, the
Purified and Hcftned Calomel
Tablets that are Nausea
ks3, o\fo and Sure.
Doctors have found by cxporlonco
that no medicine for colds and infill'
en/a can bo depended upon for full ef
fectiveness until the liver is made thor
oughly active. That is why the lirsi
atop in tho treatment is the new, nausea
less calomel tablets called Oa?otabs,
which are free front lite sickening and
weakening effects ?d' tho old style calo
mel. Doctors also point o?t thc fact
that mi active livor m t'y go -i long way
towards preventing lu Huemul and is ono
of tho mod important factors in en
abling Hie patifitt to successfully with
stand :m attack and ward' off pneu
One Calot ab on tho tongue nt bcd
time with a swallow of water-that's
all. No salts, no nausea nor the slight
est interference with your eating, pleas
tire or work. Next morning your cold
lias vanished, your liver is -active, your
svstrm is purified, and yon are feeling
fln<\ wMlt a hearty appetite) for break?
f;. .. .-Ms sell Calot nbs only in
,..;?-?"..i >.'?! packages, price thirty*
f,*'<y?r money will bc cheer
fully refunded if voa do not find them
Time ls the test o? truth. And
Doan'a Kidney Pills lui ve stood the
test in Walhal n So Walhalla rest
dent who Buffers backache, or annoy
ing urln?*r" '.Ha remain uncon
vinced hy tbl.< t .v e . l .ld testimony.
VV. S. C.t\iL.\. h...-'- -.n't'.!, Spring st.
Walhalla, suya* "' h'?**1 my back j
many years ag J ai. : since then 1
have been troub'ed Ith kidney com
plaint. W'.i I ha.vo one of the??
attacks, severe pains shoot lhrotl?Il
my klduevn and tb?*ae organs do not
act as they should. I have dizzy
.?p-MIs and sev"v-v pains in the bneU
. i ni" head I bava used IXian's Kid
ney Pj'.ls wh?v..rvr an attarde conv?*
on and they have never fal'1*-! t<
quickly relieve nw T ?bin'?. Doan'i
are a wonderful medicine." (Stale
in eat given Dec 17. 11 M
O-i Ar*rM 9. Ial3 Mr Orahl said:
"I am glad of ano*her opportunity t'
av a giod w?\rd for Darn's Kldne>
Pl Wa and h?l|pv?i Dv>nV have nd "tod
a cure. I advise anyone sufi?, .'ne
from " id'w complaint to give thl*
remedy a trial"
60c <P Til dealers. Foster-Mllburn
Co.. Mfrs.. Buffalo, N, Y.
WHO Wllili GKT RUSSIA'S MONEY
That ls (?uosiion at Present Puzzling
tho United States Authorities.
Washington, Jan. 20.-The United
States owes $1,400,000 to Russia,
but is unable to determine to whom
the money should go, the State De
partment announced recently, com
menting on a report recently handed
out by the publicity department of
the French foreign omeo saying that
this money belonged to Gon. Wran
The State Department explained
that during the war the United States
Shipping Board bad, taken over some
vessels belonging to thc Russian vol
unteer fleot, valued nt $1,400,000. It
had been arranged to pay this money
to Kerensky, but his government fell.
Tho State Department has offered the
money to Ambassador Bakhmetieff,
who came to the United States as the
Kerensky representative, and who ls
still recognized by this government,
but he refused to accept the money.
The United States acknowledges
Its debt, but does not know to whom
tho monoy should go, ns tho vessols
were owned by a czarlstlc corpora
tion, the State Department explains.
Colds Cause Grip and Influenz?
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove the
cause. There ls only one "Bromo Quinine." E. W,
GROVE'S sltfnaturo on the box. 30c.
Said lie Bought Protection.
Atlanta, da., Jan. JO. -Federal
prohibition enforcement officers had
under way to-day an investigation of
statements said to have boen mad.?
by Ivy Kassel!, of Savannah, that he
and 7."? others engaged III illicit dis
tilling had been paying for protec
tion. Special investigators from the
Washington headquarters were said
to he en route here to sift tho mat
ter. Kassoll was arrested last week
charged with making whiskey.
.lasso E. Mercer, State prohibition
enforcement officer, in a Battement
made here to-day regarding the situ
ation In Savannah, said:
"Tho Federal investigators who
aro going to Savannah will find tho
charges a thousand times true. They
will find more than tho city police
guilty of having part in the ugliest
situation that can bo Imagined."
Lagor beer owes-or in tho Unltod
Statos owed-Its peculiar properties
to slow fermentation.
AK.Ur.XIAN GIULS WlOltE SOM)
As Wive? Arter Hoing Brought to
A m ci i ca, According to Itonort.
Fresno, Cal., Jan. 19.-How six
beautiful Armenian women were
brought to the United States and
.sold was disclosed Monday by Geo.
W. Moore. United States immigration
commissioner. Harcotian Solv?an, a
wealthy rancher, returned from Ar
menia recently, bringing seven pret
ty women. Solv?an married ono of
the women, according to the com
missioner, and bartered the others to
wealthy members of the Armenian
colony, just as in the slave marts of
When Selvian arrived In Fresno
with- the women he announced that
he had married otte of thom and
would sell tho others, so Commis
sioner .Moore said his investigation
disclosed. The news spread rapidly,
and there was lively bidding among
members of the colony.
Ono woman, tho most beautiful
of tho sextette, was sold for $2,000.
The lowest price was $4 00. Ono of
tho girls, possessed of less good looks
than the others, ls being held by Sol
v?an for a favorable bid.
Solv?an told the authorities that
tho women were gathered from refu
gee camps at Samson, Turkey, somo
of them from hospitals, and that he
had brought them with him because
ho bad boen given money by friends
at Fresno to pay the transportation
of brides to America, ho to make the
Wa offer On? Hundred Dollar? Reward
Cor ?ny cass of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine haa been taken
by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty
five years, and has become known as the
most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Halt's
Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on
the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poi
son from the Blood and healing the dis
After you have taken Hall's Catarrh
Medicine for a short time you will see a
great Improvement In your general
health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine at once and get rid of catarrh. Send
for testimoni?is, free.
F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all Druggists, 76c.
Has Head of Adamant.
Huntsville. Ala., Jan. 20. - Tho
claim of Joseph Jones, of Merrimac,
to hospital attaches that he haa
"some bean" was borne out to-day
when his story that be had been
kicked by a mule on the head and
that, as a result, the animal was ly
ing helpless with a broken leg. was
investigated and found to be ontircly
Jones said that his way was block
ed by a stray mule and that ho made
a threatening movement to frighten
it away. It refused to stampede,
however, meeting the assailant with
a well-directed kick to the brow. Tho
mule's leg was found to he broken in
two placos. It wits pronounced as a
?! dpless cripple and shot. Jones will
Hulled Off 70-(*ent Robbery.
Greenville, Jan. 20.-An unsuc
cessful attempt last night was mudo
at robbery of the safo in the P. & N.
Hallway Company's safe at the Pied"
mont station, tho robbers getting
away with only 70 cents, which was
taken from the cash drawer. No ar
rests have been made.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT falls
to cure Itch Ind, Blind, Bleeding or Protrudln? Piles.
Instantly relieves Itching Plies, and you can get
restful sleep after the first aoollcntlon. Price 60c
Boys performed women's parts In
English drama until 1661.
of All Scripture
By REV. B. B. SUTCLIFFE
Extension Department, Moody
Bible Instituto, Chlougo.
TEXT.-Search tho Serluturon ... 1
they are thoy which testify of mo.-John
The only absolutely truo history In I
all tho world ls found within the pages
of tho Bible, j
Wherever Scrip- j
turo touches his- !'
tory, unlike the
historians of the
world, lt touches '
lt with a true
band. The bis
torlnns of the
world are natural
ly unable to look
at history from
nay but preju
diced eyes. The
of their national
heroes, os record
ed in their writ
ings, leave us with
thc impression that these were super
men and almost Incapable of wrong
doing. But we know that they were
men of like passions with us, however
unlike us they appear on the pages of
the histories. But when tho Holy
Spirit wrote history, though lt bo the
history of a David. Ho told us all the
truth, and tho man David stands be
fore us as he really was. While the
Bible contains the ouly whoUy reliable
history In all tho world, Its object ls
not merely to record history, but to set
before the reader the person of Jesus
The only true philosophy ls found
recorded on the pages of the Bible. All
thc philosophies of the world, unable
to rise higher than their source, con
bavo no fuller message than "Mau,
know thyself." But because of inher
ent inability, mau alone can never
know himself nor come to the knowl
edge which tells him whenco he came
or whither he goes ; he continues on his
way like a ship without rudder or pilot,
knowing neither the port from whence
ho sailed nor the harbor to which he is
bound, und the reason for his being up
on Ute sea of life at all romulus an un-,
solved enigma to him.
But the philosophy which comes
from the Bible begins by saying, "Man,
know God," and then graciously pro
ceeds to reveal God to man. In that
revelation man may know both the
Qed who speaks and himself besides.
But while the Bible contains the only
pty*, philosophy in the world its object
ls not to give man mero philosophy,
but to bring to man the knowledge of
God as revealed fully In the supreme
subject of Scripture, Jesus Christ
Again, tho only true moral code in
the world is found within the Bible.
Like the philosophies of tho world, the
moral codes formed by man ribo no
higher than himself, and huve in view
I man's relation to man only ; they do
; not deal with man's relation to God.
But the moral code of the Bible begins
with man's relation to God, followed by
man's relation to man. The flint and
great commandment ls, "Thou shalt
love the Lord thy God with all thy
heart," and the second ls like unto lt,
"Thou Shalt love thy neighbor au thy
self (Matt. 22:87-80). But while lt con
tains the only complete morai code In
the world, its subject Is not that mere
ly, but ls Jesus Christ.
Without Christ the Bible would
never have been written. He Is the
Key which unlocks all Its mysteries;
the Light that reveals all its hidden ex
cellencies. Tho Bible ls like the tem
ple of which the Psulmlst says, "Every
whit speaks of Ills glory" (Psalms
29 :?). Jesus said : "Ye search the
Scriptures for In them ye think yo
have eternal lifo, and they are they
which testify of me" (John 6:89).
"Had yo believed Moses ye would have
believed me, for he wrote of me" (John
6:46). "And beginning at Moses and all
the prophets He expounded unto them
lu all the Scriptures the things con
cerning Himself" (Luke 24:27). "All
thlugs must be fulfilled which were
written In thc luw of Moses and in tho
prophets and In the Paulina cunccrnlng
Me" (Luke 24:44).
When "holy men of God wrote ns
thoy were moved upon by I be Holy
Spirit" (I Peter 1:21) they wrote of
Jesus Christ. From thc beginning to
the end of the Book, through the his
tories and the prophecies, tho poetry
and the Psalms, the one radiant object
presented to our vlow In type, symbol,
ceremony and prediction ls the Lord
Jesus Christ. He is the supreme sub
ject of all the Scriptures, and we rond
our Bibles to little profit If we full to
find Him there as wc study its pages.
But finding Him, we will come to know
tho truth that God would have us learn
for our comfort and prollt, and for our
growth lu gruco and spiritual power.
As wo read tho Bible, depending upon
thc Holy Spirit to biko of the things
of Christ and show them unto us (John
10:14) we will como to know, in ever
increasing bloaslng and delight, the
Lord Jesus Christ as our Savior,
Friend and Loni. As He ls the supreme
subject of the Bible, to know Him
should bo the supreme object of our
Do Not Understand.
Men seem neither to understand
tholr riches nor their strength. Of thu
former they believe greater things
than they should; of toe Utter, lesa,
WOULD PROHIBIT DOG-EATING
Custom Common Among the lyorots
ts Declared to Be Undesirable
for Many Reasons.
Those who remember the article in
this magazine a short time ugo tell
lng of the cruelties connected with .
the killing of dogs for food among the j
Igorots, says Our Dumb Animals,
will be glad to know tbnt lt has
aroused sulllcleni Interest to cause
the Munda Daily Bulletin to say, ac
cording to a clipping we buve just re
"The oillco of the Department of the
Interior Is constantly receiving from
persons lu the United Slates, mostly
women, letters protesting ugalnst dog
entlng In the mountain province
among the Igorots, lt was declared by
Secretary Kaluw of the department.
All of them, he said, urge that in the
Interests of civilization and better
and higher mode of living, n law
should be passed by thc Philippine
legislature prohibiting the sale and
the use of dogs ns food material.
"Aside from the fact that the act
of enting dogs ls highly undesirable,
thc* letters state, It ls very inhumane.
The Igorots, they state, like to cat
lean dogs and that the more bony
they are, the more palatable they
taste to the Igorots. Consequently,
?whon a dog ls bought In the dog mar
ket at Bugulo or at any other place,
lt ls left to starve for many days be
fore lt ls eaten, the communications
"When asked if the passage of a
law prohibiting the sale and the eat
ing of dogs by the Igorots was in or
der, Secretary Kaluw declared that lt
might be done In an Indirect manner."
SWORD WORTHY OF OWNER
Blade Worn by Miles Standish Has
Been Traced to the Tim? of
Among the belles of the Pilgrims
that may be seen when visitors throng
the old town of Plymouth for the ter
centenary observances few are more
Interesting than the sword of Miles
Standish. It may be seen in Pilgrim
It ls u Dumascus blade and presum
ably came Into the possession of the
Pilgrim captain from someone whoso
ancestors had brought lt from the
lt bears several curious Inscriptions,
which waited until June, 1881, to be
translated. Then Prof. Jnines Rose
dale of Jerusalem went with a band
of Arabs to Amerlcu's most important
shrine and found that the carved
characters belonged to different dates
-some In Cuflc and very old.
He was only able to translate one,
of a later period, In Arabic. The
words given here show that its spirit
was quite' appropriate to the spirit of
"With peace Qod ruled his Slaves.
And with the judgments of His arms
He troubled the Mighty of the
Rock Many Religious Associations.
A report on the Dome of the Rock
.f Jerusalem ls shortly to be published
and will be of great Interest to the Ma
hommedan world. It may not be gen
erally known that this place bi the
third in sanctity of all the sanctuaries
of Islam, and Indeed for a short period
it actually formed the Klbla toward
which all Moslems prostrated them
selves in prayer. Among the more im
portant religious associations of this
rock we may mention that lt was here
that David and Solomon were called to
repentance, and on account of a vision
David chose this site for his temple.
From this same spot Mohammed as
cended to the Seventh Heaven after
his night Journey from Mecca, and last
ly lt ls to be the scene of the Great
Judgment. The historical associations
are not less striking, and such famous
names as Omar, Abd-el-Malek, Saladin
and Suleiman are all connected with
the rock.-Prom the Zanzibar Gazette.
A North Shore citizen took Junior
Up on his knee and asked him : "Well,
my little son, what would you like
Santa Claus to bring you for Christ
"Oh, I want him to bring me a hum
"A humdinger, eh 7 And may I ask
you to describe one?"
"I don't know how they look, but
when you and Mr. Jones came up from
the basement the other evening you
said to bim: 'Wasn't that a humding
er?' and he sold: 'lt sure was I I
would like to have one Just like that
for Christmas.' So I thought If lt
was something nice for Christmas I
would like to have one. too."-Publish
Hounds In Funeral Tributs.
Twenty-one pairs of bounds filed
solemnly pnst the grave at the funeral
of Wllllnm Selby-I.owndes, a well
known English country squire of the
old school, who lind been master of
the Whaddon hounds for 2f> years. The
village churchyard overlooks the fa
mous Whaddon Chase. After the
burial service, the members of the
hunt led the famous Whaddon Citase
pack past the flower-lined grave.
"How ?9 your afternoon*bridge club
"Ob. rather poorly. You know, dear,
Mrs. Oausslp has left us."
"But I thought she was an atrocious
"Shi *ras; but then, she always had
so many delicious stories to tell about
her neighbors."-Boston Tronserlo*.
SIFT OUT THE U N DESI HA ULKS.
Wo Should Take ?Stock and Soo What
IM liest for tho Futuro.
With hordes of allon peoples
eagerly awaiting opportunity for ad
mission to this country wo should at
onco adopt adequate measures to sift
out tho undesirables and tho vicious.
There are from l?,ooo,ooo to 17,
000,000 allons boro now-about one
seventh of our entire population. Be
fore we add to this onormous aggre
gate we may well cull a hall so that
wo can take stock, see whore wo
stand, and determine on the best
course for the futuro. Tho Johnson
bill, now before the Sonate commit
tee on immigration, provides for tho
stoppage of immigration for a your.
It should be passed and becomo tho
law of tho land.
In sonic quarters it is urged that
Aniorlca is nieroly a trusteo for tho
world, and that wo have no moral
right to shut our doors to the op
pressed of other lands. A man hav
ing a homo for his family muy fjol
that, to a certain extent, ho is a
trustee to help caro for othors, but
If he throws open his house to tho
weak and vicious, and those who
preach falso doctrinos as to family
Iii?-, he will destroy his own homo,
and thus make it Impossible for him
in the future to safeguard his fam
ily and to uso bia homo as a point
from which to radlato Influences loi
America represents a great home.
We can use Its resources and Ita
opportunities as trustees for tho ben
efit of tho world, hut If wo throw lt
wide open to all tho vicious und tho
Inefficient and the beggars of tho
world, and those who teach doctrines
false to our sense of government, and
permit niions who aro nilen In their
thought and word and life to our
country to take possession of our
home, we will prove recreant to our
trusteeship; we will destroy our civ
ilization, und this great country, tho
last, hope of human liberty, civil and
religious, will go down In ruin.
Every consideration of prudence
and safety calls for tho passage o?
tho Johnson bill.
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ends Indigestion, Gases,
You don't want a slow remedy
when your stomach ls bad-or an
uncertain one-or a harmful one-;
your stomach la too valuable; you
mustn't injure lt with drastic drugs.
When your meals don't fit, and you
fool uncomfortable, when you belch
gases, acids or raise sour, undigested
food-when you fool lumps of Indi
gestion pain, heartburn or headache,
from acidity, Just eat a tablet of
Pape's IDapepsin and tho stomach
distress is gone.
Millions of people know the magic
Pape's Diapepsln and the stomach
They know that indigestion and dis
ordered stomach are so needless. The
relief comes quiclky-no disappoint
ment, and so little cost, toe. -adv.
fifty-seven Russians Returning.
Chicago, Jan. 20.--Fifty-seven
Russians to-day aro carrying small
American flags'-and, they declare,
tho principles of American treedo.fn
they gained in this country-bactf to
their home land, although they vol
untarily renouncedm* the American
form of governmont for the Soviet.
They are not, however, In sympathy
with Bolshevism, they say, but are
returning to Russia: because they
could not bring their wives, sweet
hearts or families to America.
They are scheduled to arrive in
Halifax, N. S., to-night to embark for
Hamberg, Germany, thence overland
to Kydtkaunen, on tho Lithuanian
border, and on to Soviet Russia. v
There was only one woman In the
party, who was returning with her
husband to her parents In Moscow.
She carno to America oight years ago
to be married, and Is now accom
panying her husband back to their
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Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply
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Taxation In Franco for the first
sovon months of this year was two
billion francs greator than tho same
period last year.