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THE GREAT CHORUS.
"You have heard ninny stories of
the adventures of the hoy and girl/*
said Daddy, "who went to th? House
ot Secrets. They found the answer?
to their questions and now their Jonr
ney is at an end. Of course they will
have their own adventures Just aa
evoryone has adventures every day.
"But now that we've followed them
to the end of the Journey we must
leave them, for they're going back to
try to Live up to the secrets they
"Then, too," Daddy continued, "the
birds and the animals, the fairies and
the butterlllos, the frogs and the
many, many other friends we have
lu the great world of out-of-doors say
that tliey have been somewhat neg
lected, of late.
"But we hud to let some of their
stories go mitti we, too, heard the
secrets of the House of Secrets, and
now that we've heard, we will go back
to our old friends, thc animals, aud
the birds and the otber creatures
we've grown to know and lind so In
"That's good," said Nancy, "for I
like the stories of animals ami birds
best, but lt was nice to hear of the
wonderful House of Secrets and how
the boy and girl adventurers got there
aud learned the secrets."
"It was lino," suld Nick, "and I'm
sure our many friends who cnn read
our stories were glad to hear of those
most unusual adventures."
"And just one more story about the
boy and girl adventurers," sahl Daddy,
"before we leave them. For they,
know their way home all right. We
don't need to help them 1
"Besides, they have so many friends
whom they want to be with as long as
"The boy and the girl had told Mas
ter Thoughtfulness and the Courier
Oo-openitlon that since they had vis
ited the nouse of Secrets they no
longer wanted to be leaders, but they
wanted to be happy like all the peo
ple ttaev hud met who had taught
*4Ah, ah, ah.' Master Thoughtful
ness said, and threw back his head
and laughed. 'I'm so happy, oh, so
very, very happy I
" 'For don't you see,' Master
Thoughtfulness continued, 'that you've
not only learned the secrets our names |
tried to tell you !
" 'You've learned co-operation. And
co-operation ls really, really, Real
44 'lt's not Just co-operation (or get
ting along) with me or the Courter
Co-operation, but with overyone and
"The boy and the gtrl looked at each
other. An nwful thought had just
come to them.
Secrets, they had Just learned many
Master Thoughtfulness seemed to
read what they were thinking.
"They're secrets we want to share
with everyone," he said, "but only
those who're .sincere and who're real
adventurers can lenrn them."
Then all the Inside doora were sud
denly lifted above and disappeared
Just aH quickly and mysteriously, and
everyone caine from all the rooms,
and everyone Joined In and s?uig.
"The voices rose higher and higher.
Stronger and clearer came the notel
of the song.
"Then a great organ from above
peeled ?nit noten which sent thrills of
pride and Joy through tho boy and tho
" 'Brotherhood,' sang that mighty
chorus. 'Brotherhood I'
..The boy and thc girl Joined in tho
" 'Brotherhood,' they sang with th?
others, 'Brotherhood I' "
Evidence of Fine Character.
When we see a boy rejoicing over
another boy's success we say:
"Good !" For it ls one evidence of a
flue character, this rejolcbig In an
other fellow's success, this making
his interest your Interest. A boy ?
whose Interests are bounded by his
own hat and shoos will be a dead fall-1
ure in life. Cut out envy as you '
would cut out a cancer. Frank stand?
at the head of the class; you may
have studied equally hard but Frank
ls naturally brighter than you. Loolt
him In the face, pat him on the back,1
and say: "Good for you, Franki**j
Why not appreciate ?very blt ol
bright rims in th? other fellow? Noth
ing like lt to stimulate your own graj
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WOMAN'S 'MISSIONARY UNION
Sessions to bo Held nt Wnlhnlla Bap
tist Church, July 21 and 22.
Following is the program of the
Woman's Missionary Union (auxil
iary to Bea verdant Association,) tho
fifteenth session to be held with the
Walhalla Baptist church, July 21-22:
10.00-Song, "Jesus Shall Reign."
Scripture message -'Faith and
Works: "Have faith in God," (Mark
Xl:2; "Faith if it hath not. works,
is dead," (James 2:17. Mrs. Dr. An
Greetings-Mrs. J. W. Langston.
Response-Mrs. S. F. Reeder.
Roll-call W. M. S. (blackboard
Conferring A-l badges.
Reports-(a) secretary and treas
urer; (b) chairman of mission study;
(c) presidents of divisions.
Superintendent's message--Mrs. O.
Relation of ?Association to my Di
vision- Mrs. TO. W. Masters, vice
president of division.
Special music-Mrs. W. S. Bear
Impersonation of Four Mission
Courses-Recognition of certificate
Items of Interest from Chatta
nooga W. M. IT. Convention - Mrs. G.
Campaign ideals-Mrs. J. D. Chap
2.00-Song, "Make Me a Channel
The Ideal; Luke 14:28-30, The Cost;
1 Cor. 15:5s. Cal. ('. :!)-10, Persever
ance; Col. 1:18, The Center; Isa.
40:28-31, How to be Loyal. Mrs.
W. W. Davidson.
Auxiliary Ideal and Motto.(All
auxiliaries stand during reading of
former by leader, and repeat in con
cert tho motto. )
Roll-call of Auxiliaries (black
board demons! ration.)
Report of Association Superinten
dent Auxiliaries-Miss Jainie Alox
Conferring A-l badges.
Dedicated Lives-"Why?" (Two
minute talks .
(a) Saved for Service in my Aux
iliary- Miss Maida Watkins.
(b) Saved for Service in my
Church-Mrs. T. M. Lowery.
(c) In the Uttermost Pa its--.Miss
(d) In My Community-Miss Bew
Address-"Our Juniors the Cor
ner-stone"-Miss Azale Wofford.
R. A. Program - Mrs. Paul Arm
strong, superintendent of R.A.'s. pre
R. A. Hymn.
Roll-call of Chapters (blackboard
Conferring A-l badges.
Spiritual Development of the Boy
through R. A. work-Dr. 1. E. D.
Announcements; closing song and
8 p. m.-Devotional;-Rev. L. W.
"My Call to China"-Miss Grace
Special music-Miss Annie Belle
Address -? "Stewardship a Vital
Fourth Session--?Friday Morning.
10.00-Sunbeam Program. Asso
ciation Superintendent, Mrs. Nannie
Moon, presiding. (Sunbeams and
leaders in front seats.)
Scripture Lesson; Prayer. Mrs. J.
Roll-call of Sunbeams (blackboard
Conferring A-l badges.
S. B. C. Report-Mrs. W. C. Mays,
Loader and Sunbeams recite in
concert State Motto (Heb. 12:1-2;
Our Sunbeam 7 5 Million Campaign
Progress-By superintendent, Mrs.
Brief Outline of "King's Own" -
Miss Ada Simpson.
"Developing the Prayer Life of
(a) Through Personal Example
Mrs. J. A. Watkins.
(b) Through Family Altar and
Home Influence-Mrs. W. Leister.
(c) Through tho Band - Mrs. J. P.
Reports of Standing Committees
(a) Training School, (b) Margaret
Obituary Report-Mrs. D. A. Per
Closing song and prayer.
2.00-Devotional- .Mrs. J. W.Wil
Continuation of Reports
(a) Literature-Mrs. C. C. Whit
(b) Personal Service-Mrs. J. I).
ic) Hospital and Orphanage-Mrs.
J. W. Sholor.
Reports of committees on time,
place and nominating committee:
election of officers; adoption of pol
icy; appointment of standing com
mittees; reading of minutes.
Closing song and prayer.
Mrs. O. K. Breazeale, Supt.
Mrs. J. A. Watkins, Secretary.
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cure?
hy local applications, ns they cannot
reach tho diseased portion o? tho car.
Catarrhal Deafness requires constitu
tional treatment, HALL'S CATARRH
M KOK'I NIC ls a constitutional remedy.
Catarrhal Deafness is caused by an In
flamed condition of tho mucous lining of
tho Eustachian Tube. When this tubo ls
inflamed you havo a rumbling sound or
Imperfect hearing, and when lt Is entire
ly closed Deafness ls tho result. Unless
tho inflammation can bo rcducod, your
hearing may bo destroyed forovor.
HALI/S CATARRH MEDICINE acta
through tho blood on tho mucous sur
faces of tho system, thus reducing the In
flammation and restoring normal condi
Circulars free. AH Druggists.
F. J. Chenoy & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Bismarck was regarded as an "en
emy of liberty" for aiding Russia in
tho Polish revolution.
Here's why CAMELS are
the quality cigarette
BECAUSE we put the utmost quality into this
one brand. Camels aro as good as it's pos
sible for skill, money and lifelong knowledge of
fine tobaccos to make a cigarette.
Nothing is too good for Camels. And bear this
in mind! Everything is done to make Camels the
best cigarette it's possible to buy. Nothing is done
simply for show.
Take the Camel package for instance. It's the
most perfect packing science can devise to pro
tect cigarettes and keep them fresh. Heavy paper
-secure foil wrapping-revenue stamp to seal
the fold and make the package air-tight. But
there's nothing flashy about it. You'll find no
extra wrappers. No frills or furbelows.
Such things do not improve the smoke any more
than premiums or coupons. And remember-you
must pay their extra cost or get lowered quality.
If you want the smoothest, mellowest, mildest
cigarette you can imagine-and one entirely free
from cigaretty aftertaste,
It's Camels for you.
ft. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Wintton-Salem, N. C,
THE DI HIA C PLACE OF CALVIN
ls Said to Have Hoon Revealed After
A dispatch from Geneva says:
Leaders of the Protestant church
throughout Europe aro showing a
lively Interest In (ho announcement
that the burial place of John Cal
vin, the Swiss divino and reformer,
luis been revealed after having been
unknown for 357 years.
Calvin died In 15 64 and was bur
ied somewhere in the "Plain-Palais
cemetery here, but no stone has
marked the spot. According to the
legend, he was buried secretly from
fear that his grave would bo dese
Knowledge of the location of the
grave is said to have been held by
one family for moro than three and
a half centuries. The secret is said
to have been handed down from fa
ther to son for all these generations.
Disclosure at this time is account
ed for by the statement that the last
holder of the secret, Eugene do
Speyr, has no descendants, and, be
ing 71 years old, decided to reveal
the site of the grave to the Council of
the Protestant Church In Geneva.
To Stop a Cough Quick
toke HAYES* HEALING HONEY, a
cough medicine which stops the cough by
healing the inflamed and irritated tissues.
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and
Croup is enclosed with every bottle of
HAYES* HEALING HONEY. The salve
should be rubbed on the chest and throat
of children suffering from a Cold or Croup.
Tho heallofl effect of Hayes' Healing Honey in
side tho throat combined with tho healing effect of
Grove's O-Pen-Trato Salvo through tho pores of
thc skin soon stops a cough.
Doth remedies are packed In one carton and the
cost of thc combined treatment ls 35c.
Just ask your druggist for HAYES'
Gift Chair Adorns White House.
Washington, .lilly 13.-A high
hacked "editorial chair," presente.I
to President Harding hy more than
GOO fellow newspaper editors, w?W
added to the furnishings of the Pres
idential study In the White Hons'?
lt was made of wood from the fi
nnois schooner Revenge, captured
miring Hie Revolutionary War, pad
presented by a committee headed by
.Finest F. Birmingham, of the Fourth
Senator Capper, of Kansas, pub
lisher of tho Topeka Capital, was
selected to make tho presentation
speech, and another member of the
committee of seventy-five which ar
rangod for the presentation was .las.
M. Cox, publisher of the Dayton
News, and Mr. Harding's Democratic
opponent for tho Presidency last year
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TH'K LATE GUS C. ARV K.
S>me Facts that Wo Wore diable to I
I Obtain at Timo of His Dentil. [
9us C. Arve was born in Berlin,
Germany, on Feb. 14, 18V5. He came
to this country lu early youth, hence
spent most of his life in America.
This good man died .lune 14, 1921,
at 5 o'clock p. m., after a long pe
riod of sickness and suffering.
In the year 1877 he was happily
married to Miss Rachael Phillips,
who, with one daughter, Mrs. A. R.
Pitts, and his aged mother, Mrs. Au
gust Arve, survive him. He was a
faithful and consistent member of
the Methodist church, having asso
ciated himself with that church 38
Brother Arve leaves seven sisters
and two brothers, Henry and John
Arve, and Mrs. .lohn Hothell, of Oco
nee; Mrs. Samuel Hothell, of Toc
coa, Ga.; Sirs. Geo. Trimble, of At
lanta, Ga.; Mrs. Krvln Rothell, of
Shreveport, La.; Mrs. Freda Atkin
son, of Lockport, X .Y.; Misses Mat
tie and Augusta Arve, of Long Creek.
Rrother Arve will bo greatly miss
ed In tho Long Greek community, in
which he had lived for so long a
time. Ho was an honest, upright
citizen, and endeavored to do every
thing possible for thc uplift and bet
terment of his community.
Laurel Spring church has lost one
of its most faithful and devoted
members. He was a faithful hus
band, an indulgent father, a kind
and sympathetic neighbor. He suf
fered much in his last illness, but
murmured not, and bravely passed
through it all in the spirit of his
Master, rejoicing even to the end
in tho consciousness that he w.is
Christ's and Christ was his.
The remains were interred at Lau
rel Spring church on .lune Kith, the
funeral service being conducted by
Iiis pastor, assisted by Rev. K. P.
Taylor, Rev. Smith of Clayton, e.a..
?Hid Rev. L. H. Itaines, of Long
Creek. D. A. jeffcoat, P. c.
?WIO cures Malaiin. Chills and Fe
ver, Bilious Fever, Colds and La
Grlppo, or money refunded.-adv.
Meetings at Double Springs.
Wo will begin a series of meetings
at Double Springs church on tho 4th
Sunday in July. Rev. A. M. Smith,
of Anderson, will assist in the ser
vices. All aro invited to attend the
services. D. A. Jeffcoat, P. C.
In order to secure funds to pay for
learning to play a violin, 17-year-old
Julia Hodgo has become a boot
black in Bryant Park, Now York city.
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A LITTLK (.lilli IS BAHIA' HUI '
Iii a Peculiar Mininer-Beulah Phil
lips, of ('entrai, Sustains Fracture.
(Anderson Mail, July 14.)
Little Miss Beulah Phillips, 14
years old, of Central, was brought
to the Anderson County Hospital on
night before last, suffering from a
compound fracture of tho bones of
hor leg, just above tho ankle. Tho
hones were both broken and were
protruding through the flesh, mak
ing a very serious and painful frac
Miss Phillips was injured in a pe
culiar manner. With some other
children she was playing on a revolv
ing swing, and with tho swing go
ing at a high rate of speed, she was
carried higher and higher until the
centrifugal force threw her from the
swing, throwing her body about 20
foet. She struck another girl ns she
hit tho ground, and this probably
was responsible for her not being
even more seriously injured. She
struck the head and shoulders of her
companion, the impact breaking the
bones of her leg.
She was rushed to the Anderson
Hospital, and an operation perform
ed. lt was necessary to cut a portion
of the bone in order to reset the an
kle, and when recovered, if she does
not lose the foot, thor?1 will proba
bly be a short leg, hut not over half
Reports from the hospital this
morning are that the little lady had
a good rest last night and is improv
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The genuine are ?old
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PROGRAM OF UNION MEETING,
Low or Division, lieu verdi) in Rapt 1st
Association, nt Pleasant (?rovo.
Fellowing is the program of tho
union mooting of tho Lower Division
of Bouvordnm r.xptlst Association,
which will bo held with Pleasant
Grove 'Baptist church on Saturday
and Sunday? July 30 and 31:
Sut urti ny.
10 a. m.-Dcvot ional service, led
by Rov. J. A. Bond.
10.15-Enrollment of delegate?.
10.30-Reports of delegates on
work of churches and Sunday schools
11.00-Tho Layman and Ills Tnsk
-Open discussion, led by J. p.
Coates and J. IL Brown.
11.30-Questions on Life of Paul,
to bo answered by dolegates. Led by
Dr. Ira E. D. Androws.
12.10-'Adjourn for dinner.
l.-tO p. m.--Discussion of duties
of officers and teachers lu our Sun
day schools. Dr. W. A. Strickland
and Rev. \V. F. Sinclair.
2.25-How shall wo best propare
for a church revival? Rov. Goo. E.
Smith, Rov. W. \V. Davidson and
Rev. .1. W. Willis.
3.10-Miscellaneous business and
10 n. m.-Sunday school as usual.
11 a. m.-Sermon by Rev. C. M.
12 m.-Miscellaneous business and
adjourn T. I). Marett,
K. W. Marett.
I rn E. D. Andrews,
Wo aro proud of the conlldenco
doctors, druggists and tho public
have in (hld Chill und Fever Tonic.
Til? I020-4S1 World Cotton Crop.
Washington, .Inly 14.-iTho world
colton crop of tho year I S>20-21 is
placed at 10,505,000 hales of 550
pounds gross, or ITS pounds net, by
the bureau of markets and crop es
timates. Department of Agriculture,
which based its calculation on tho
best information available. The bu
reau of the census, Com merco De
partment, places tho world produc
tion of com morels! cotton at 19,
?30,000 hales of 500 pounds not, ex
clusive of linters, busing its calcula
tion on published reports, documents
Tho department of Agriculture's
ligures were made up as follows:
Halted States . 13,336,000
.Egypt . 1,251,000
China . 1,000,000
Mexico . 165(000
All other countries. . 40,000
No Worms In . Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worms have on un
healthy color, which Indicates poor blood, and aa m
nile, there ls moro or I eu stomach disturbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given regu
larly for two or three weeks will enrich the blood.
Improve the digestion, and act as a general Strength -
enlng Tonic to the whole system. Nature will thea
throw off or dispel the worms, and tho Child wlllba
in perfect health. Pleasant to take. 60c per bottle.
Wilke? Booth Monument Removed.
Lincoln, Neb., July 13.-'Pelham
A. Barrows, national commander of
tho Sons of Vetorans, yesterday for
warded a lotter to iProsldent Hard
ing asking that ht i rder th? destruc
tion of a monument, reported to be
in Troy, Ala., which contains an
inscription honoring Wilkes Booth
for the mu nier of Abraham Lincoln.
Mr. (Barrows stated that this was In
accordance with resolutions passed
by a number of veterans' posts.
Placed on Private Property.
Troy, Ala., July 13.-A monument
eroded boro in tho sixties to tho
memory of John Wilkes Booth, tho
slayer of President Lincoln, which
brought from thc Sons of Veterans
a protest to President Harding, was
removed a fow days ago, according
to an announcement by tho town
council. Tho monument was pur
chased by Pink Carter, a policeman,
who made an effort to erect lt on
Court House Square. Permission to
place tho monumont on public pro
perty being denied, Carter placed IL
on his own pro mises.
Express Workers' Wages Cut.
Chicago, .Inly 12.-Tho Railroad
Labor Hoard io-ciay ordered wages of
employees of the American Railway
Express Company reduced six cents
an hour beginning Aug. I.
No reduction of express rales ls
contemplated at this time as a result
of tho wage cut. express company of
ficials said, lt ls estimated that ap
proximately $7,000,000 will be sliced
off the annual labor bill of tho com
pany by the reduction. Tho company
employes between 70,000 and 75,000
Tbs Quinine That Doss Not Affect the Heed
Because of Its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA
TlVlt BROMO QUININKisbetterthanordinary
Quinine and doe? not cause nervousnes- nor
ringing In hesd, Remember the full name and
look for the signature of lt. W. OHOV8. 30c.
In Sweden and Norway a lo?al
mnrriago at ono time was not al
lowed to bo performed until both
parties had produced certificates
stating that they bore genuine vac