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CONEROSS LOCAL NEWS NOTES.
ItemH of Interest Despite Delay in
(Too late for Last Week.)
Coneross, Sept. 5.-Special: Dino
Itidge school closed Friday for a va
cation on account of cotton being
ready for picking, and the teachers
have returned to their respective
hornea. Supt. Duncan went to Lave
nia, Ga., and Miss Derrick to LOM? '
Creek. A very Interesting program
was carried out hy the literary soci
ety at the school Friday afternoon. !
Dov. J. s. Graham, of Greenville, !
arrived hero yesterday and is con
ducting a very interesting meeting.
Miss (lattice Davis, of Oakway, was
a welcome guest of her cousin, Miss
Codyo Alexander, here Friday, Sat
urday and Sunday.
Kev. L. 11. Kaines, of Long Creek,
was among friends here for a short
While las) week.
Paul Gumbrell entertained a few
relatives and friends at a birthday
Mr, Mulligan moved from this sec
tion to Walhalla last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, of Fasley.
were recent guests in the home ol'
Mr. ami Mrs. J. S. Abbott.
Mrs. Mary lulworth entertained
her brother, Mr. Watkins, of Green
ville, lasl week.
Mi^s Thomas, state organizer of
Ike Kural Improvement Association,
niel with tho Dine Killie school la. i
Wed.ubi) and organized un Im
provement association willi tho fol j
low lug olllcors: . apt. II. I!. Duncan,
pi i sidon!. Mrs. K. I. Keach, vice
president; Miss Carr, secretary; .1.
c. Harker, treasurer.
Mrs. .1. ll. Schaffer and children. .
irf Hin ton. S. C.. will spend this week
with Mrs. Selia lier's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Vaughn, ot this vicinity.
The many friends of Kev. ll. T.
Abbott, ot" Murphroosboro, 111., were
glad to see him in this community
a few days ago. Ile spent SOtne time
with his parents. Rev. and Mrs. W.
Abbott, of West Union, and his bro-j
Hier. .1. S. Abbott, here; also with
relatives in other parts before re- i
Miss Codye Alexander delightfully
entertained a number of her friends
Saturday evening In honor of Miss
Gnttlco Davis, who was hero as her
guest for a few days. The evening
was greatly enjoyed hy the guests.
About. 10.30 delicious punch was
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Simpson, of
Seneca, wore week-end visitors bi the .
miter's sister. Mrs. J. S. Abbott, of
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton, of this
community, returned a few days ago
after havitii; spent two months with
relatives at Krevard, N. c.
Otis Arve left this morning for
Long Creek, where he will enter Ibo
Long Creek Baptist Academy. His
friends here wish for him a most
successful year in school.
Mr. and Mrs. \v. o. Alexander, of
Greenville, were among relatives in
this community last week. They
were accompanied by their children.;
J, V. Ditworth ls spending a short i
while this week with relatives in the'
Long Creek section.
Miss Gracie Abbott will leave on
Thursday for Dovesvllo, S. C., where
she will take up her duties as as
sistant teacher in the high school.
She will stop over in Greenville for
a short while.
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Alexander are
among friends in the Long Creek
Kev. .1. .1. Graham, wife and chil
dren, of Charleston, are welcome
guests of tile former's brother, Has
kell Graham, of this community. Mr.
Graham is taking his vacation and
is visiting relatives in several parts
of this county.
Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Dil wort h. of
Newry, were week end MU''Sts ol' the
former's brother, .1. v. Dlhvorth, of
Mr. and Mrs. William King, of
At lanie, and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Al
exander, of Weslminsier, were re
cen! guests of .lesse King and wife,
Thc Coneross w. M. s. have organ
ized the circle plan in their society,
and Circle No. ) met with Mrs. Adam
Rolling Sunday afternoon.
Little Miss Ophelia Haynes, who
has been on the sick list for a few
days, is weil again.
DYER IIF.R DRAPERIES
AND A FADED SKIRT.
"Diamond Dyes" add years of wear
lo worn, faded skirts, waists, coals,
Blockings, sweaters, coverings, hang
ing?, draperies, everything. Kvory
package contains directions so simple
any woman can put new. rich, fade
less color.-, into her worn garments
or draperies even if she has never
dyed before, .lust buy Diamond Dyes
- no other kind then your material
will come out right, because Diamond
Dyes are guaranteed not to streak,
spot, fade or run. Tell your druggist
wind her tho material you wish lo dye
ir, wool or ..ilk. or whether it is linen,
cotton, or mixed goods.---adv.
CiiAPTBii I.-With his two daughter*,
Allx and Cherry, the latter .(?st eighteen
yen rs old, and hi? niece. Anne, t>oetor
Strickland, retired, ts living at Mill Val
ley, .i short distance from Sun Francisco.
Illa closest friend la Peter Joyce, aome
thltnt ni a recluse. Visiting in tho vi
cinity, Martin Lloyd, minitta engineer,
falls In love with and socrotly become*
engaged to cherry.
CHA I''PK lt II.-While the family le
apoctd'.ttlng MB IO Lloyd's Intentions Cher
ry bringa htm to slipper, practically an
nouncing her engagement to htm.
CIIAPTKR III.-Doctor Strickland feola
Cherry la too young to murry an i.rgca
her to watt nt least a year, but tho ?Irl
coaxes him Into agreeing to an Inn iC-dlnte
wedding and tho ceremony take place,
tho couple leaving nt once for l?l Nido,
Whore Marlin ls employed.
CHA PT KR IV.-The honeymoon uays
over, Cherry begins to feel a vngu . dfs
pat inf notion with Martin an?l tho II ?not"
ony ot nor dally lifo.
CHAPTER V.-At Mill Valley, justin
Little, lawyer, becomes engaged to ,\nnflfc
the woddlng being set for Septo :her,
some months distant Allx VIBUS C crry
at BI Nido and tho two girls coax ?tar?
tin Into allowing Cherry to go hoir >" for
CHAPTER Vl.-In her father's house
Cherry contrasts the peaceful, happy Ufo
th?ro with her rather sordid existence nt
El Nido and realizes that her marr.age
has been something of a fnlbiro. l>'> :or
Strickland, fooling that Cherry ls no", be
ing fair to Martin, In that she ls unduly
prolonging ber visit after Anne's wed?
ding, urges her to return to her husband,
She makes preparations for her departure.
CHAPTER VII.-Peter Joyce tells Cher
ry he has had one "grand passion" In his
life, but the woman was not for him. Ile
does not reveal her name. Cherry rejoins
CHAPTBK VIII.-The young wife's dis
satisfaction Increases and there Is an al
most open break. Martin has a briet spoil
of sickness and something of lier old feel
ing for him returns to Cherry.
In January, however, he came home
ono noon to find her hatted and
wrapped to go.
"Oh. Mart- lt's Daddy I" abe said.
"He's Ul -I've got to see him I He's
"Telegram?" asked Martin, not par
ticularly pleased, but not unsympa
For answer she gave him the yellow
paper that was wet with her tears.
For Answer She Gave Him the Yellow
Paper That Was Wet With Tear?.
"Dad Ul," he read. "Don't worry.
Come If you can. Allx."
"I'll bet lt's u put-up Joh between
you and Allx--" Martin sahl In Indul
Her Indignant glance sobered him;
he hastily arranged money mutters and
that night she got oft' the train in the
dark wetness of the valley, and was
met b.V a rush of cool and fragrant
air. Cherry got a driver, rattled and
Jerked up to the boase In a surrey,
and Jumpt-d out, her heart almost suf
Allx (ame Hying to the door; the
<dd limn ! ghi find the odor of wood
amok.' ,loured through. There was
no need for words; they bural Into
tears and clung together.
An hour later Cherry, feeling ns if
she was not the same woman who
waked In Ked Creek this samo morn
ing and got Martin's eggs ami coffee
ready, crept into ber father's room.
Allx had warned her to be quiet, but
at tho sight of the majestic old gray
head and tho fine old hands clasped
together on tho sheet, her self-control
forsook her entirely and she fel? to
her knees and began to cry again.
The nurse looked nt her dlsnpprov*
Ingly, but after all, lt made little dif
ference. Dr. Strickland roused only
once again and that was many hours
later. Cherry and Allx were still
keeping their vigil; Cherry, worn out,
bud been dozing; the nurse was rest
ing on a couch In the next room.
Suddenly both daughters were wide
awako nt the sound ?f th tx?Ar< .
familiar voice. Allx fell on hot
und caught the cold aru: ...;< . i
"What ls lt, darling?" T tc qb
Joking maternal manner was lu
"lVtcr?" he said thickly.
"Peter's in Cltlnn, dear,
her that Peter was to g< . .
world? You remember that,
"No-f ho ?aid musl
thought he slept again, hu he |
ly ndded: "Somewhere li
no, In Mark--Mark ls tin mu
-Mark was as human hi
"Shall I read you from Mark'/
' asked, as ids voice saul .s
: shabby ?dd Mole always
j father's bedside; she rea loni
' and making a desperat <*'
i steady her voice, began t<
! place was marked hy at
i and opened at tin- chapto ?nj ??. i .'
I to desire, for as she r^a(. in .
j to be drinking in the wet".'.:,
they heard bim whisper. "". nd
Cherry trot up on the be.
i the splendid dying head li >,.:,)
i the murky winter dawn c . ul
j the lamp burned sickly in t.I?! M
I Hong could be heard stirring
closed the book and extln. n*h?
lamp. Cherry did not mt
"Charity I" Uie old man
ently, in a simple, childish (.ol e, r
with bursts of tears, In a . MO
desolation of the days thi I f< .!
Cherry loved to romerah* : tl I
last utterance was her i imo, Hu'
Allx knew, though she never a
that lt was to another hart'
Subdued, looking young? ant)
uer In their new black, 1
came downstairs, ten day late
a business talk. Peter bad ?i i u .
as one executor; but Pot : ivan ;tvr
away, and lt was a plea- . f i) Hy
friend, n kindly old Burg
Strickland's own age, or i - an<i
the lawyer, George Sewnl th
executor, who told them .
affairs. Anne, ns co-helres .
eut nt this talk, with Ju rdttlni
close beside her. M?rtir who
had como down for the f ?
Tho house went to the ,n<
there were books and p< r s for
Anno, a box or two in i
Anne, and Anne was month In Ho
only will ns equally lune
Alexandra and Charity,
legal reason that tho lnwy? nd Dr.
Younger made clear, Anne
fully Inherit, but her ?hart
only a trifle less than ber
Things bad reached this ] it Vi it
Justin Little cnlmly and
claimed that Anne's share AS lo oo
bliped upon an old loan of Anne's fa
ther to his brother, a loan of three
thousand dollars to float Lee Strick
land's Invention, with the understand
ing that Vincent Strickland be subse
quently entitled to one-third of the re
turns. As tho patent had boen sold
for nearly one hundred and fifty thou
sand dollars, ono-thlrd of lt, with ac
cumulative Interest for ten yenrs, of
which no payment had ever been made
Anne, was a largo proportion of the
entire estate, and the development of
thia claim, In Justin Little's assured,
wooden y voice, caused every one to
The estate was not worth one hun
dred and fifty thousand dollars now,
hy any mean?; lt hnd been reduced to
little more than two-thirds of that
sum, and Anne's bright concern thnt
every one should be sat Istled with
what was right, and her Ingenuous
pleasure In Justin's cleverness In
thinking of this possibility, were met
with noticeable coldness.
If Anno was wrong, aud the paper
she held In her hand worthless, each
girl would Inherit a comfortable little
fortune, but If Anne was right, Cherry
and Alix would have only a few thou
sand dollars apiece, and the old home.
Tho business talk was over before
tiny of thom realized the enormity of
Anne's contention, und Anne and Ju??
tin lind departed. But both tho old
doctor and tho lawyer agreed with
Martin that lt looked as If Anne was
right, and when, tho family was alono
Gl It LS! WHITEN SKIN
WITH LEMON JUICE.
Squeeze the juice of two lemons
into a hollie containing three ounces
of Orchard White, which any drug
store will supply for a few cents,
shake well, and you have a quarter
pint of harmless and delightful lemon
bleach. Massage this sweetly fra
grant lotion Into the face, neck, arms
and hands each day. then shortly
note tho beauty and whiteness of
Famous stage beauties uso this
lemon lotion to bleach and bring
that soft, clear, rosy-white complex
ion, also as a freckle, sunburn and
tan bleach because it doesn't Irri
?gain, ??d EoTb*?* tWtime t<f d I feet
the matter, they fett ft? it t thunder
bolt had fallen across their live*.
"That Anne could do It I" Allx Bald,
over and over. Cherry seemed dazed,
.poke not at all, and Martin had said
"People will do anything for mon- j
ey !" he observed once drily. He had 1
met Justin sternly. "I'm not thinking
of my wife's share-I didn't marry ber
for her money ; never knew she bad
any 1 But I'm thinking of Allx."
"Yes-we must think of darling
Allx !" Anne bad said, nervously eager
that there should be no quarrel. "If
Unele Lee Intended mo to have all this
money, then I suppoae I must take lt,
but I shan't bo happy unless things are (
arranged so that Allx shall be com
"B-but the worst of It ls, Allx I"
Cherry stammered, suddenly, on the
day hofore she and Martin were to
retuiu to Bed Creek, "1-1 counted ou
having enough-enough to live my own
life 1 Allx, 1 can't-1 can't go backl"
"Why, my darling-" Allx exclaimed,
as Cherry begun to cry tn ber anns,
.My darling, lt ls ns bad as all that?"
"Oh, Allx," whispered the Hille nis
te.', trembling, "1 can't bear IL ?OU
don't know bow I feel. You and pad
were always here; now that's all Rene
-you're going to rent tho house and
try to teach sluging-and I've nothing
to look forward to-I've nobody 1"
"Listen, dear," Allx soothed her. "If
they advise lt, and especially If Beter i
advises lt when ho gets back, we'll light j
Aline. And then If we win our light, i
I'll always keep the valley bouse open, !
And If we don't, why i'm going to visit
you and Martin every year, and per
haps I'll have a little apartment some
day-I don't Intend to board always-"
But she was crying, too. Every thing ;
seemed changed, cold and strange; sho j
bud suspected that Cherry's was not a
successful marriage; she knew it now,
and to resign the odored little sister
to the unsympathetic atmosphere of
Bed Creek, und to miss all the old
life and the old associations, made ber
"There's-there's nothing, special,
Cherry ?" she asked after a while.
..With Martin? Oh. no," Cherry an
swered, her eyes dried, and her pack
ing going on composedly, although her
voice trembled now and then. "No,
lt's Just that 1 get bad moods," ?he
said, bravely. "I was pretty young to
marry at all, I guess."
"Martin loves you," Allx suggested
"He takes me for grnnted," Cherry
said, after a pause. "There doesn't
seem to be anything alive in the feel
ing between us," she added, slowly, "If
he says something to me, I make an
effort to got his point of view before
I nnswer. If I tell him some plan of
mino, I can see that he thinks lt sounds
crazy I I don't seem very domestic
that's all. I-I try. ^Really, I do I
But-" and Cherry soemed to brace
herself In soul and body-"but that's
marriage. I'll try again I"
She gave Allx a long kiss In parting,
the next day, and clung to her.
"I'll write you about the case, and
wire you if you're needed, and see you
soon I" Allx saul, cheerfully. Then she
turned and went back Into the empty
house, keeping hack her tears until the
sound of tho surrey had quito died
Alexandra Strickland, coming down
tho stairway ol' the valley house on an
April evening, glanced curiously at the
door. Only eight o'clock, hut tho day
had been so long and so quiet that she
had fancied that the hour was much
later, and had wondered who knocked
She crossed to the door and opened
lt to darkness nnd rain, and to a mnn
In a raincoat who whipped off a spat
tered cap and stood smiling in the
light of the lamp she held. Instantly,
with a sort of gasp of surprise and
pleasure and some deeper emotion, sho
set down the lamp, and held out her
hands gropingly and went Into his
arius. He laughed Joyously as he
kissed her, and for a minuto they
"Beter !" she said. "You angel
when did you arrive nnd what are you
doing, and tell me all about Ul"
"But Allx-you're thin !" Peter said,
holding her nt arm's length. "And
and-" He gently touched Hie black
she wore, and fixed puzzled and
troubled eyes upon her face. "Allx-"
he asked, apprehensively.
For answer she tried to smile nt
him, but ber Hps trembled and ber
eyes brimmed. She had led thc way
into the old silting room.
"You heard-about Dad?" Allx fal
tered, turning to face bim at the mon
"Your father I" Peter said, shocked.
"But hadn't you benni, Peter?"
"My deni"-my ilea rest child, I'm
Just off the steamer. I got In nt six
o clock. I'd been thinking of you all
tho time, and I suddenly decided to
cross tho buy and come straight on to
the valley, before I even went to the
club or got my mall I Tell me-your
She lind knelt before the cold
hearth, and he knelt beside ber, and
they busied themselves with logs and
kindling in the old way. A blaze
crept up about the log? nnd Allx ac
cepted Peter's handkerchief and
wiped a streak of soot from her wrist,
quite as If she was a child again, ns
she settled herself In her chair.
Peter took tho doctor's chair, keep
ing lils concerned and sympathetic
eyes upon her.
"Ho was well one day," she said,
simply, "and the next-the next, bo
didn't come downstairs, und Hong
waited and waited--and about niuo
o'clock I went up-mid he bad fa.'len
-he had fallen-"
(Continued on Next Page)
THU <X)TTON 8BASON THI8 VEAU
?VUS il? Short-Half ?Crop and Open
ing prematurely-.~Ix>ca! Notes.
(Too late for Last Week.)
Bounty Land, Sept. 6.-Special:
Farmers aro all bu^y picking out
their cotton, which, on account of
the long drought, ?ls prematurely
opening. The crop is estimated at
less than half what t should be, und
about three-fourths of it is open.
Tho school nt this place will close
next Friday. Tho teachers had In
tended giving an interesting pro
gram, but on account of so many of
the pupils being absent on account
of crop gathering, they decided to
have a community picnic at 3.30 on
Mr, and Mrs. John Mann, of Six
Mile; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mann, of
Fasloy, and Misses Mae and Lavina
Mann, of Six-Mile, were late guest?
Of Mr. and Mrs. Youughlot i.
Charlie Cater left Monday for
Long Creek Industrial School. Ile is
quite tm ambitious young man, and
we aro expecting to hear encourag
ing reports of his progress. Ch rta.
Corbin, of Cashiers, another worthy
lad. left from this community for
the Long Creek Academy, ho having
como down from Salem with the
.Miss Blanche Davis, of Seneca,
and Lee Davis, of Walhalla, were re
cent guests at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Sanders.
J0S30 Younghlood.wbo has bien in
a Massachusetts hospital since the
close of thc war. visited at tho home
of Mr. and Mrs. w. it. Lynch recent
ly, having como lo visit Iiis sister,
Mrs. Driver. Ile has been suffering
from epilepsy since the war and will
attend a vocational training school.
Kugone George and daughter, of
Atlanta, were late guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J, M. George.
Jim Berry, of Statesville. X. C., ii
visiting old friends in Hie commu
nity, who aro always glad to accord
him a hearty welcome.
Miss Pearl Ballenger has returned
from M on treat, X. C., where she was
delightfully entertained for a week.
Miss Ballenger gave an interesting
account of her stay in that beautiful
mountain resort for Presbyterians at
tho meeting of tho Richland Auxil
iary Monday afternoon.
Mrs. S. X. Hughs returned last
week from Liberty Hill and Camden,
where she bad been visiting her
nieces, Mesdames Christine and Paul
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stribling and
son David and daughter, Miss Bes
sie Mae, motored to Avalon, Ga., last
Sunday and were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Sloan Bruce.
Mrs. ft. X. Rankin, M.iss Eula
Rankin and Louis Rankin visited
relatives in tho Pleasant Ridge sec
tion the llrst of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery, of Wal
halla, were late guests at the Gilli
8011 home in this community.
Robert L. Davis is spending a fow
days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. M. Davis. Other guests in this
home are Mr. and Mrs. Horace Kir
by, of Xe wry.
Mrs. Sallie ll. Coe spent the week
end with Mrs. Julian Dendy in Wal
Marion Hughs is visiting for a few
days in Atlanta.
Mrs. O. C. Skinner and two sons,
Conway, Jr., and Lister, who have
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Per
ritt for several weeks past, left this
morning for their homo lu Augusta,
Ca. Miss Lura Perritt accompanied
them, she having accepted a third
term as teacher in thc Xorth Augus
ta school, which opens this week.
Herbert Felton, of Columbia, spent
the week-end with John Allon Den
Henry Hughs, of Walhalla, and
Morris Shanklin, of Franklin, X. C..
are in tho community for a short
Little Miss Margaret Davis bas
been quite Indisposed during the past
For Best Results
Sold by Druggi?t? and Dealers
Liimpkin is Made Commander.
Columbia, Sept. X.---Morris C.
Lumpkin, of Columbia, who was a
captain in Hie 81st Division in the
World War, was to-day cloded Stall?
commander of the South Carolina
Division of tho American Legion by
the State Convention meeting in Ibo
city of Newberry. Mr. Lumpkin waa
elected over F. B. Adams, of Charles
ton, by a vote of 150 to I'13.
Subscribo for The Courier. (Best)
BUMPER CORN CROP PREDICTED
Suffered 1/OKH in July, but Crop Has
Hocoverod-No Wheat Shortage.
Washington, Sept. 10.-The corn
crop, which suffered a loss of about
91,000,000 bushels fln prospective
production in July, mado a gain of
101,000,000 bushels during August
over the forecast last month, the in
dicated production from tho Septem
ber condition of the crop being 3,
The 1921 corn crop ns forecast ls
only 18,000,000 bushols less than tho
crop of last year, which broke all
records, and is 388,000,000 bushels
above tho Ilvo-yoar average. The
improvement made during August
was ascribed by tho department te
favorable temperatures and to tho
rains, which bad been lacking dur
ing a good period of the season.
The spring wheat prospects declin
ed 3,000,000 bushels since the Aug
ust forecast, due largely .to heat and
The oals crop, on the basis of the
ligures announced to-day. was a short
ono---346,000,000 bushels lews than
last year and .'ll?I,000,000 bushels
below the live-year average.
Preliminary estimates of this
years production of winier wheat
and bay, and forecasts for other
croiis, hised on their condition on
Sept. 1. were announced by the De
partment of Agriculture to-day as
Winter when, .VI-1,OOO,000 bush
Spring wheat, 2 I 0,000,OOH bushels
All wheat, 7."il,000.000 bushols.
Corn, ;;, I 80,ooo,ooo bushels.
Oats, 1,090,000,000 bushels.
Harley. I 07,000,000 bushels.
Wye. ti 1,300,000 bushels,
liuckwhent, 13,000,000 bushels.
White potatoes. 323,000,000 bush
Sweet potatoes, 110,000,000 bush
Tobacco, 018,000,000 pounds.
Flax, 9,300,000 pounds.
Rico, ?52,700,000 pounds.
Hay (tame), 711.800,000 tons.
Hay (wild), 14,800,000 tons.
Sugar heels, 8,000,00 0 tons.
Apples, 107,000,000 bushels.
Peaches, ?Di,000,00 bushels.
Kafirs, 1 27,000,000 bushols.
Moans, 8,SOO,000 bushels.
The condition of the crops on Sept.
1, or at time ot Harvest, follows:
Spring wheat, 62.5 por cent of a
Ali wheat, 72.G per cont,
Corn, 85.1 per cent.
Oats, 61.1 per cent.
Harley, 08.4 per cent.
Buckwheat, 85.6 per cent.
White potatoes, (>?L7 per cent.
Sweet potatoes, SO.7 per cent.
Tobacco, 70.5 por cent.
Flax, 62.3 per cent.
Ried. 83 8 per con I.
Ka Hrs, 94.0 per cont.
The condition of corn in Soulhern
States on Sept. 1. and the forecast of
Virginia-Condition. 7 2 per ce it
of a norma!; forecast of production,
?IS,20 1,0(10 bushels.
North Carolina-72 and 49,54 7,
Georgia - S7 and 80,805,000.
Tennessee-87 and 94,1 52,000.
Alabama - SO and 7V952,000.
Mississippi-SM and 92,?16.1,000.
Louisiana-85 and 17,791,000.
Arkansas -89 and 66,347,000.
Habitual Constipation Cured
In i 4 to 21 Days
.LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
Constipation. It relieves promptly but
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce regular action. It Stimulates and
Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60o
Asks Federal Inquiry Into Flogging.
Spartanhurg, Sept. 7.--Tom Hat
chette and Lee Portor, fortner chain
gang guards, held on the charge of
manslaughter in connection with the
death of Thomas H. Keelan, of F.llz
aboth. N. J., who died while serving
a thirty-day sentence on tho Spar
tanhurg county chain gang soon af
ter being whipped by llntchette, near
(Denn Springs, last week, will be
tried early next week ni a special
term of court to bo presided over by
.lodge Cary, according to announce
ment made by Solicitor Blackwell.
A development. In tho case is in
dicated hy u dispatch from New
York lo the offed that a brother of
Thomas Keelan living in New Jersey
has ad<ed for a F?deral Investiga
tion of 'he denth of his brother, Tfto
local post of tho American Legion is
In communication with relatives of
Keelan and have offered tho services
of the post in the prosecution of those
who may be charged with his death.
Keelan is said to bavo boen an ex
Wc aro proud of tho confidence
doctors, druggist? and tho public
have In ?0? Chill and Fovor Tonic.
Milli carried by airplane is wrapped
ped In an asbestos cloth container to
insure against loss by fire.