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LOCAL NEWS PROM FAIR PLAY. I
Conunlttoe? Appointed for ?onumi- j
nity Fair to be Held in Fall.
Pair Play, Aug. 18.-Special: The j
'Ladies' Auxiliary of the Presbyterian
church are going to present the dra- j
ma, "We Never Knew," at the school !
auditorium on the evening of Aug.
26 at 8 o'clock. There will be no,
charge for admission. A free-will !
offering will be taken at the door.
Let everybody come.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Davis Glenn are
entertaining a nine-pound son at
their home. He has been christened
Joe Davis, Jr.
The adult class of twenty mein-,
hers is progressing nicely, with Miss j
Elizabeth Coleman, of Blair, S. C., I
as teacher, .liss Coleman ls doing!
splendid work in the community, and |
we wish fe- her future*success in the j
Misses Lillian and Edith Easter-1
lin, of 'Walterboro, are visiting Mrs.,
W. C. Mayes.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Knox and (laugh
ter Mary, of Pendleton, spent the
week-end with Mr. Knox's mother, j
Mrs. D. V. Wright.
' Several from Ibis community at-:
tended tho trl-county picnic at Clem- |
son last Thursday.
Miss Lil Thompson has returned
to Pair Play after spending a very
pleasant vacation in Selma. Alt.
B. ll. Glymph and Louis (?lymph
'spent last week in Newberry visiting
relatives. They report a line lime.
Work on the enlargement >f the
school building hogan this morning. !
Mis. W. E. Meares spent last week
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. .1. H.
Harnett, near Westminster.
The women ol' the adult class were
entertained by Miss Coleman, assist-1
od hv the ladies of the Demonstra-'
lion Club, on Wednesday afternoon, :
Aug. 10th. Features which added
much to tho pleasures of the occa- ?
sion wtjj'o jokes by Mrs. W. C. Mays!
and minde by Miss Ethel Easter lin. j
Miss Counts, Homo Demonstration
Agent, gave an interesting talk on ?
pellagra, after which delicious cream !
was served. >
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Glenn; visited,
relatives in Georgia recently.
John Will Grubbs is visiting rein-;
tives in Calhoun. I
The many friends of Joseph Lee, '
of Birmingham, Ala., will be glad toi
know that he .is Improving.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Thomas moved
to Anderson this week. We are in-j
deed sorry to have these good people
Mr. and Mrs. W. Glymph are vis-'
iting Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hopkins, of
Miss Docia Wooten returned to;
Anderson Tuesday after an extended \
visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. I
The auxiliary of the Presbyterian
church met willi Mrs. Rayford Har
ris on Tuesday afternoon. After an
i leresting program delightful ro
fl shments wore served.
* C. P. Glenn happened to a painful
accident last Sunday. He hrokcHiis
arm while cranking his car.
Mrs. D ,V. Wright and Mrs Hattie'
Harris are visiting relatives in Oak-j
Mrs. T. A. Durham is confined to
her room with typhoid fever, lier
many friends will Join with us in
the hope that she may soon be en
Mr. and Mrs. Halford Harris and
Mrs. Betty Harris spent Monday in
Anderson with Mr. and Mrs. Leon
The revival services at tho Bap
tist church closed recently with thc
addition of sixteen new members.
Charles King and Joe Ottta spout
last week camping at Chandler's
Jack Knox, of the Citadel, Char
leston, spent Sunday with his grand
mother, Mrs. D, V. Wright.
Committees foi- Community Fair.
Following is a list of the com
mittees appointed for the community
fair to he hold this fall:
Canning Booth-Mrs.Fred Grubbs,
chairman; Mrs. janie Stribling, Mrs.
S. C. Mays, Miss Marie (?ruhhs, Miss
Cooking Booth-Mrs. s. L. Leath
ers, chairman; Mrs. c. p. Thomas.
Mrs. T. H. Patrick, Mrs. M. J. O'Neal
and Mrs. Davis Gleny.
Plower Booth .Mrs. Rayford Har
ris, chairman; Mrs. N. G. O'Neal.
Miss Bessie Glymph. Miss May Brock.
Sewing Booth-Mrs. Priol Mitch
ell, chairman; Miss inez Richard
son, Miss Iris Lovinggood. Mi'. B.
H. Glymph, Mrs. Chas. King, Miss
Poultry Booth-Mrs. L. B. Marett,
chairman; Mrs. Ben Grubbs, Mrs.
Albert Marett. Mrs. Willis Grubbs.
Better Babies Booth-Mrs. W. E.
Meares, chairman; Mrs. Betty Har
ris. Mrs. A. R. Mareil. Mrs. T. f..
Wooton, Mrs J. L. Sheldon, Miss
Clarine Wooten. Miss Lila Ramage, j
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The following pupils have main
tained an average of over 90 for the
scholastic month ending Aug. 1:
.First Grade-Ernest Carpenter, E.
J. Rogers, Mary Wilson, O. K. Wil
son, Verner Murphree, Correll 'Nich
ols, Clyde Deaton, Katie Bell Orr,
Clyde Johnson, Verner Hughes.
Advanced 'First Grade-Frank Car
penter, Elnora Rogers, Annie 'Nich
ols, Avis Dickard.
Second Grade-Burns Hunnlcutt,
.Fred Morgan, Paul Rogers, Frank
Alma Alexander, Teacher.
Third Grade-Willie Powell, Viola
Kennimore, Albert Nichols.
Fourth Grade-Homer Rochester.
Joyce Hughes, 'Billie Orr, Ressie Ow-,
ens, Gladys Taylor.
Fifth Grade-Ada Heaton, Vaden
Heaton, Pearl Carpenter. Carl Tay
lor, Selma Carpenter, 'Evaline Hall.
Lillie Hall, Teacher.
Sixth Grade-Welton Smith. Nan
nie Orr. Planch Hughes, Bruce Mar-,
phree, Eula Rogers.
Seventh Grade - Clifton Addis.
Rossie Morgan, Kuniee Johnson, Eva
Addis. Ernest Murphree, Vadlo sher
man, George Taylor, Annie Rogers.
Richmond Owens, Willie Carpenter,
Cightb Grade-'Rufus Murphree.
I rona Hall, Ernest Powell. Eugene
Ninth Grade-Haywood Johnson,
Annie E. Cnson, Principal. j
UNSHAKEN TESTIMONY \
Time Is the test of truth. And I
Doan's Kidney Pills have stood the
test in Walhalla. Xo Walhalla res! i
dent who suffers backache, or annoy- J
ing urinary ills can remain unco?
vlnced hy this tw'eM/?ld testimony.
NV. S. G rn bl. blacksmith, Spring St.
Walhalla, pay?: "? hurt my back
many years ago and since thon 1
have been troubled Ith kidney com
plaint. When I have one of theao
attacks, severo pains shoot through
my kidneys and these organs do not
act as they sho-.ild. I have dh?i?y
spells and severe pains In the back
of my head. I have usod Donn's Kid
ney Pills whenever an attack comoc
on \and they have never failed to
quickly relievo mo. I think Doan'*
are a wonderful medicine." (State
mont give ii Dec. 17. 1M4.)
On April 9, 1918. Mr. Grahl said:
"I am glad of another opportunity tr
ray a good word for Deon's Kidney I
Pills and believe Doan'?? have affected |
a cure. T advise nnyone sufTeftng.
from kidney complaint to give Ulli
remedy a trial" ?
fine, ni all dealers. Foster-Milbum
Co., Mfrs.. Buffalo, K*. Y.
Competition for Muscle Shoals.
Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 1!).-Georgelt.'
Benton, of Birmingham, Ala., who
has entered into competition with
Henry Ford for the Muscle Shoals
(Ala.) nitrate plant, declared here
to-day that any details of the pro
position he submitted to the Wash
ington government through Secretary
of War Weeks must come from
Washington. Ile was in Atlanta to
day on a business trip.
The Birmingh m man is said to
have the backing of large financia]
interests in his effort to acquire by
lease the big water power project at
Muscle Shoals, but he declined to
discuss the identity of the men as
sociated with him in the enterprise.
His proposal is said to provide that
ho would meet Mr. Ford's offer for
tho purchase and operation of the
Muscle shoals nitrate plant, and that
he would operate the hydro-electric
plant on a fifty-fifty profit-sharing
basis instead of stipulated early pay
More than live hundred buildings
have been planned throughout (hu
country as memorials to American
soldiers and sailors and marines who
were killed in Hie World War. Tho
list includes auditoriums and similar
buildings, club houses, municipal
buildings, hospitals, school buildings
and libraries, Y. M. C. A. buildings,
churches abd chapels.
W?ITtrO? BOOKLET OM MOTHERHOOD ANDTHt BABY. Mil j
BRADFIELD re?uUTo*i Co., DEPT. 0-0. ATLANTA. 6A. 1
CLEVELAND POLICE GET YACHT 1
Seven Men, Four Women Taken Into 1
Cleveland, Ohio, Aug. 18.-Police
early to-day took seven men and I
four women into custody in a spec- 1
tacular seizure of tho steam yacht ,
Venice, said to be in tho service of I
the v/lHskoy ring operating In Can- i
ada and the United States. The selz- '
ure, made at Whiskey Island, west
of the Cuyahoga river, nettod ninety- I
live cases of imported wines, and 1
Six of tho men seized, including
Capt. Wm. L. Curry, of Toronto,
Canada, said to be the owner of tho i
yacht, are being held at police hoad- 1
quarters. All are charged with .vio- i
hiting the prohibition law. The sev
enth man, the engineer, will bo ta- ?
ken ?o headquarters later. Tho four <
women were not booked, but were I
held for investiga I ion.
The police seized tho Venice on a I
telephone tip from Capt. Hansen, of ;
thc United States Coast Guard, that
the yacht, after steaming past the i
harbor entrance several times, had I
switched off all lights and docked. <
When the police arrived at tho i
dock a large automobile truck was |
being loaded from the yacht. A I
warning cry went' up when tho of- ?
licers appeared, and lines were cast !
off and an attempt made to swing i
the yacht from the ?lock and escape. ?
Police leaped aboard, sinattied in Gio i
cabin windows, and. at the point of
revolvers, ordered the crew to sur- ?
Capt. Curry, according to Police I
Capt. Costello, admitted he had also I
been captain of the yacht Tranquillo, l
seized by the police hore last .lune, :
bul denied owning the yacht when lt
was seized. Curry said tho liquor
seized to-day was valued al $ 1."">.".
OOO and the yacht at $50,000, The
liquor was placed on the Venice at
Toronto. Curry said. The women, he
said, had no knowledge of tho nature
of the enterprise, believing they were
on a pleasure trip. All the women
are from Canada, one being a Mon
treal stenographer, Curry said.
Loral Notes from TnnuiHsec.
Tamassee, Aug. 10.-Special: Tho
meeting at Plat Shoals has clseod.
Twenty-four members were added to
tho church. The meetings were very
much enjoyed by all.
Rev. L. W. Langston, of Walhalla,
held services ut the D. A. R. school
Mr. and Mrs. 'Alfred Ernest have
moved into John Smith's house near
the Industrial School.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. .lam rson and
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gantt, of North
Carolina, aro visiting at the home ol'
James Crow. ,
Mrs. Ezra Satterlleld, of the Salem j
section, was a recent visitor here.
John smith has had his house re
modeled. W. E. 'Hancock had charge I
of tho work. i
R. A. Nichols is doing a gool busi
ness in his new store at the Camp
The now Tamassee school building
is going up rapidly, lt will he a two
story building. The Tamassee sec
tion is on the up-grade. If wo may
judge by tho building that Is going
on on all sides.
Thos. Chatham is preparing to re
build his barn, which was struck by
lightning some time ago, causing ita
destruction by lire.
J. ii. nuncan and son Riley were
recent spend-the-night guests in tho
homo of W. S. Cowan. They were on
their way to the mountains.
Arthur Ernest has returned home.,
after spending some ?line in the
Northern States on business.
To Stop a Cough Quick
take 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 ls enclosed with every bottle of
HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
should bc rubbed on the chest and throat
of children suffering from a Cold or Croup.
The healing effect of Hayes* Healing Honey In
side the throat cotnt>iocd with the healing effect of
Grove's O-Pen-Tratc Salvo through tho pores of
the skin soon stops a cough.
Doth remedie? aro packed In one carton and the
cost of thc combined treatment is 35c.
Just ask your druggist for HAYES'
Heads Schools for Roys.
Greenville, Aug. 18.-.1. IL Mar
tin, of Fountain Inn, was elected su
perintendent of the Stato Industrial
School for Hoys, al Florence, by tho
State Hoard of Public Welfare at Its
regular August meeting hero to-day.
Ho will succeed ll. V. Mooro, who re
Mr. Martin has hoon county agent
for the Hoard of Public Welfare for
about ti year, and in that capacity
successfully organized county com
mittees of tho welfare hoard all over
thc State. Ueforc taking up work
with tho welfare hoard Mr. Martin
was Instructor in tho Columbia pub
lic schools. Ho served as a lieutenant
in tho World War.
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WAI>I?>. VAUGHN IN JAlIi AGAIN.
IVaiu i'm.,, ut on Public Road-Driv
inf. r ?ikey Hitched to Cart.
Waddy Vaughn is once more in
the hands of the county authorities,
tie having boen arrested by Sheriff
Alexander and Deputy Sullivan in
the public highway at Huskanip's
gin plant on Tuesday night, Aug. 16.
rho officers had information that he
(Vaughn) was back in this country,
and they were watching for him for
(lours before he tlnally showed up.
lt was considerably past midnight
when Vaughn, driving a donkey that
was hitched to a two-wheeled cart,
jame leisurely down the road and
literally walked Into the arms of the
Vaughn was in jail on a charge
af housebreaking and larceny. Karie
Cheek was also occupying quarters
In tho jail, ho being charged with the
theft of an automobile. It was late
In March or early in April that these
tuen, conceiving the Idea that they
would be able to break jail if they
Kho.se to do so, got busy on the job.
And the two made good their oscape.
Cheek was retaken shortly after the
escape, hut Vaughn kept tho officers
guessing for about three and a half
months, though they were able now
and then to hear of persons who had
seen him. Hearing of his where
abouts some weeks ago, and learn
ing of his habits, they set their net
md he walked into it.
lt was but a short time after Cheek
and Vaughn made their escape thal
Otis Stn lld ridge, Hob Scott and Hob
Cl Olden made their get-away from the
Qo.onee jail. 'Bach of these has been
re-cap tu rod and is "doing his bit"
for tho county.
The next time
yo^ buy ca omel
The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are
muiscaless, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain
ed and improved. Sold
only in sealed packages*
Pa.? - Ilene for His Honsting Kars.
A .' patch from Gaffney, S. C.
Roi lng ears that he served on
his table a few days ago cost T. P
Kinney, insurance man, 60 cents
each, although the retail price here
ls only 20 cent? per dozen.
A month ago Mr. Kinney rented
and took possession of a house owned
by Mrs. Clarence Gray. The land sur
rounding the house had been rented
and is being cultivated In corn by
Tom Wyatt. Thinking he was enti
tled to a share of the crop, Mr. Kin
ney pulled eight roasting ears. Mr.
Wyatt swore out a warrant for the
Insurance man, and thc latter paid
the owner of the corn $">, and also
settled tho court costs to have the
0(1? cures Malaria, Chills and Fe
ver, Ci I i ons Fever, Colds and
Grippe, or money refunded.-adv.
American Prisoners In Prance,
Washington, Aug. 18.-A r?solu
lion asking the State Department
whether any slops have been taken to
obtain tho release of Americans said
to be imprisoned in Krance. or to ef
fect their transfer to the United
Slates was introduced to-day by
Uepresentativo Kiood, Democrat, of
According to H. Cleveland Coxe,
former vice consul at Paris, the res
olution slates, there are 300 Ameri
can veterans of the World War in
Kreuch prisons, charged with infrac
tions of tho civil laws.
Secretary Hughes would he re
quested undor tho resolution to ./pen
negotiations with the Kreuch gov
ernment for their release.
ltuli-My-Tisni is a powerful Anti
septic. Cures infected cuts, old sores,
Germany asked the Allies to can
cel her penalties, now that she has
accepted till the peace terms. France
objected, Insisting that the penalties
be kept of forco until Germany has
kept her new promises. Thc "pen
alties" include occupation of German
DUE WEST, S. C.
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Unwavering Adherence to Christian Character and
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Literary Societies Emphasized.
Intercollegiate Contests in Debates, Oratory, and
Athletics Worthy of Comparison.
Adequate Endowment and Equipment.
, Board in College Home at Cost. Price in Private
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TUM WIOKVJL-RALF, AND noi.l/.
Come, ali yo farmers, around me, and
all around me stand;
We're up against a problem to beat
.We have with us tho boll weevil-a
mighty little trick,
And in millions, billions of .squares
his bill be's going lo stick.
And now he is here with us -and he's
here to stay;
We've ?ol to turn our time to mor"!
foodstuff, corn and hay.
1 hear some farmers say, "1 don't
know what we're going lo do;
There's a bo^ weevil in every square,
and some; i mes wc find two."
Some say to pick him tip, and some
say just let him go,
While others say, "We MAY have
them - I don't know."
But there ls one thing certain-cer
tain and sure:
If we don't do something, we're going
to have millions and billions
We find them on the stalk, we find
them in the sand ;
We've seen a good many fastened up
in fruit jars canned
And if that ain't a problem, then i'll
Some say he's worse In wet weather,
while some say no's worse when
But I just want to tell you- he's on
thc job all the time-and that
ain't no lie.
Now. we've ALWAYS had tho BALIS
weevil; he appears in the guise
of a man;
His bill, when not III his pocket, is
ready in his hand
III tliAugh the bagging and out with
And if he don't get the most of it,
so help me - Hannah!
And now for the speculator-he
breeds them all,
But they don't hatch < ut till early in
But when they do appear, they come
totally void of fear
And you had just as well dry up, and
never shed a lear.
But I guess I'd better h ish,
Sift some lineal and make up mush
For the little folks are hungry.
And 'bout weevils care not Dj cuss!
J, C. Rice.
W< stminster, R. I<\ D. 3.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Drujt?lsta refund money tr I?AZO'OINTMENT falls
to euro Itch i nit, ?lind, Bleedjoj ofProtrudlwl Piles.
Instantly relieves Itching Piles, and you con get
restful sleep ofter the first aonllcatiorj. Price 60c.
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TAH ION AKTION NIXTKKN Y IO A HS,
Chance Itomnrk Lends io Ue-Arrcs?
^ of Mun on Murder Charge.
A Washington dispatch of recent
John Cousar, negro, was taken to
Charlotte, X. C., recently hy Deputy
Sheriff Hunter to face charges In con
nection with the murder in timi city,
sixteen years ago, of Andrew S.
Straight. Cousar had hoon taken in
custody by tile Washington pollen
on charges of assault preferred by
his wife, released on bond, and was
re-arrested on a chance remark inado
by his wife. When arraigned, tho
police said, Cousar threatened to kill
his wife, and she replied:
"You have killed one person ai
Investigation caused tho police to
hold tho negro for tho Charlotte of
Andrew S. Straight, according to
Information sont to tho Washington
police, was murdered on Oct. 8, 1905,
by three mon, and the grand jury re
turned Indictments against .lohn Cou
sar, 15 years of age; his brother,
Will Cousar, 18 years old, and John
Cousar is also known as Saddler
and Parks, the police say.
No Worms in a Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worms have on un
healthy color, which indicates poor blood, mid as a
rule, there is more or I ess 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 n general Strength
ening Tonic to the whole ?yutein. Nature will then
throw offer dispel thc worms, and the Child will bo
to perfect health. Pleasant to take. 60c per bottle.
Itainfall and Temperature.
Bolow ls a rocord of meteorological
observations taken by H. W. Brandt,
co-oporativo observer of tho Weather
Bureau of tho U. S. Departmont of
Agriculture, during tho week ondlng
Aug. Mlh, 1921, at 7 p. m. (Tho
instrumental roadlngs aro from gov
ernment standard instruments ex
posed in tho mannor recommended
by tho chiof of the Weather Bureau) :
Aug. g-'Ptly cldy. .1 .30
Aug. 9-Clear. ........
Aug. IO- Ptly cldy. f . OT)
Aug. 1 I -Ptly cldy._
Aug. 12-Ptly cldy . 2 . 00
Aug. lil-Ptly c?dy.l ,4ft
Aug. 14-dMly cldy.
. 5 0JT 8 ll (?7
Total rainfall . . . !3. 311
83 0 1
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