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For Constipated Bowejs-Bilious Liver
The nicest cathartic-laxative
physic your bowels when you have
Dizziness Sour Stomach
i? candy-like Cascareis. One or t\
to-night will empty your bowels com
; pletely by morning and you will feel
splendid. "They work while you
sleep." Cascarets never stir you up
or gripo like salts, pills, calomel, or
oil, and they cost only ten cent? a
box. Children love Cascarets, too.
Now Heads Red Cross 1 jpn
(O) uMoefAXooo & CM pe i.
Succeeding former President Wilson, President Harding was recen!
elected president of the American Red Cross. He ls here seen accepting t
office. From left to right: Maj. Gen. Merrltte W. Ireland, Surgeon Goner
U. S. A.; Dr. Livingston Farrand, chairman Central Committee of the R
Cross; the President; Asst. Secretary of the Treasury Eliot Wadswort
Rear Admiral Edward R. Stitt, Surgeon General, U. S. N.
Red Cross Trains
147 Blind Vets
In Useful Work
Training designed to flt them for the
battle of life was taken by 147 blind
ed ex-servleo men nt the Red Cross In
stitute for the Blind, near Baltimore,
Md., during the flscal year 1920-1021,
according to the report of the Insti
tute for that period.
Of this number, 19 haye gone on tc
other Institutions, in almost everj
ease to Institutions where those hav
lng sight are receiving advanced edu
cation. The blind ex-service men win
have entered such institutions are pro
vlded with special text-books* li
Braille, reading which they wen
taught at the Red CTOSB Institute.
Twelve men bave passed from th
Institute to successfully carry on som
occupation or business for which the
were fitted by special training. A fei
have withdrawn from the Institute b<
cnuse of poor physical condition, 14 ni
receiving further "training on tl
job" and 87 are still In training.
Red Cross Plans
To Save Children
Medlcnl care and clothing for thc
sands of children In Central and Ea
ern Europe are outlined as the act
Rles of the American Red Cross
Europe for thc current year, snys
statement on the eve of the Amu
Roll Call of the organization. Tin
activities, supplemental to the feed1
operations of the European Rel
Council of which Herbert Hoover
chairman, are designed to provide
most adequate and balanced re
within the resources of private i
lan th ropy,
Through the establishment of cl
welfsre stations In the centers of ?
ulntlon of those countries where i
quate medical care ls not now obt
able, the American Red Cross pl
to provide the medical assistance n
ed to restore these children to n
melly healthy life. Thc sum of
000,000 has been made avnlluble
Name "Bayer" on Genii
Tako Aspirin only as told In
package of genuine Bayer Tab!
Aspirin. Then you will bo foll
tho directions and dosage work
by physicians during 21 yean
proved safe by millions. Ta
chances with substitutes. If y
tho Bayer Cross on tablets, ye
tako thom without fear for
headache, neuralgia, rhett tr
earache, toothache, lumbago a
pain. Handy tin boxes of twel'
lets cost few cents. Druggist
sell larger packages. Aspirin
trade mark of Mayer Manufae
Monoacoticacidester of Salicy
ltninfull ana Temperature.
I Below is a record of meteorolog
! observations taken by H. W. Bra
? co-operative observer of the Weal
Bureau of the U. S. Departmeat
Agriculture, during tho week em
December 4, 19 21, at 7 p. m. (
Instrumental readings are from
eminent standard Instruments
posed in the manner recommei
by the chief of the Weather Burei
Nov. 3 0-IMly cldy.' T
1- Cloudy . .
2- inly cldy.
?j-clear . . .
.1 - Plly cldy.
Tot a 1 rainfall
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic i
Energy and Vitulity by Purifyit
Enriching tho Blood. When you
strengthening, invigorating effect, t
it brings color to the cheeks a
it improves the appetite,' you v
appreciate its true tonic value.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is
Iron and Quinine suspended in sy
pleasnnt even children like it. Tl
needs QUININE to Purify it and
Enrich it. Destroys Malarial ger
Grip germs by its Strengthening,
ming Effect. GOc.
' Going to School Pays W
The following statements a
in a Federal government pub)
Rivery day spent in school
Here is the proof:
Uneducated laborers earn
a vera go $500 per year ft
years-a total of $20,000.
High school graduates cai
average $1,000 per year I
years-a total of $40,000.
This education require'
years of school (of 180 days
total of 2,1(5 0 days lu schoo
If 2,1 GO days at school J
000 to tho income for life, I
day at school adds $fi.02.
The child that stays out
to earn less than $0.00 pi
losing money, not making n
Yet there are thousand:
dren in South Carolina wh
going to school, or who 1
takon unnecessarily out of
Moreover, tho porccnta
rolled pupils In regular atti
South Carolina schools
07.91 in 1020.
Ile Wouldn't Mind '
An Italian who kept a
was annoyed by possible
who made a practico of hi
fruit and pinching it, th
iug lt softened and often i
asperated beyond enduran
ly put up a sign which r
"If you must pinella da
Pincha da cocoanut."
STRIKE IKS SERIOUS TURN.
Policemen Sent to
e sent to the stock
s morning when, long
before dolt, several groups of
persons, [ding a few women,
gathered ii the stock yards. Only
a few holefore the police had
fired Lntolsands of strike sym
pathizers,! attacked tho plant
employees!, finally, the police
men. Laslit's toll of casualties
included dlad, nine seriously in
jured and Icon nted number who
were hurt? mounted policemen
i charged lie crowd with drawn
I batons. 1
All salo? ibo neighborhood of
the yards Iclosed to-day by or
der of Chil'olice Fitz Morris.
When tike went into effect
Monday Uss little trouble, and
the sltuatlmained quiet until
! last nightl workers began to
. leave tho j Strikers on pieket
duty, andi sympathizers, then
blocked tl y to ibo car lines.
I and polic< ted to make lanes
through t ds. Hundreds sud
denly BWO ranks of Ibo strike,
sympnlhiz I they overwhelmed
the few h poiciemen on duty,
and riot re sent in. When
rplnforceilrrlvod the crowd
was nnall|od and tho heavy
guards vltially withdrawn.
However. I lock this morning
they bogaAing back, and tho
number Inno quickly that the
! regular .".tfnicn on duty were
. Tho mallast night was an
' unldenlihej who was seized
! by a crovjn, thrown into a
j with stone ? sank. The body
was recov< -al hours later.
Immedli was expected to
day on a or an injunction
against pic malgamated Meat
Cutters u er Workmen of
Nor'h An j petition being
sought by ,vo packers, who
i alleged th allon of workers
ot ' had been j y the union.
Tho i Tuo 'ar rs aav tney are
gov-1 working i ?ty per cent, of J
ex- i normal, wfealler firms have
i?y I given out
Vi P,lft 18 cut
era- cent of n0
that their out
fty or sixty per
.n on tho.
i each i. a
Chlcago^orty men were
strike symk?rmed an olo
vated trail packer employ
ees to the windows of the
train were missiles winch
Tho ,, Watch.
; outburst dhpnthizcrs who
i attacked trying packing
j house eittl town settled
j down *o in,- of tho strike
j with no lurbances, hut
with the weeping watch.
A templtlon prohibit
ing mern? Amalgamated
Meat Cuttlher Workmen
Union fro| or otherwise
Hon for t
A few ii
cd by tho
n thc stoc!<
ay. The peti
was filed by
er day is
ri of chi!
o arc not
go of en
P were report
but the piro operating.
Reports flaking centers
said therelturbance and
The atlas an after
math of liing, when 9
wore serlojnd many ar
rested. Pl of the riot
ers had 1 and Capt.
William lrge of tho
aids po immediately
closed all ovated train
that was l owdod with
workers tera threw
stones anijh the win
dows. Tin ? cut by the
Hying glaf missiles.
All the ",nced thal
they woujltrikers to
morrow ti trouble.
Capt. Rfu o reserves
would bo |i,t> ami oX.
pressed ?ff could cope
Omaha jeting all
night. bu|)r,j0rs amj
disturba ni ouKs an(1
Kansas Cj.te(i ftU ftS
ce. ho tlnal
guaran t ot
dyo is wi
[hor lt ls
MANY ?ttH 0\T3R00MR BY^O?S.
Hulmun-tne Crew Make* Spectacular
i ipc from Deaths
Bridgeport, Conn., Deo. 8.-The
lake submarine S-48 sank off this
harbor last Ight and was sutouerged
for t.welvo mrs before the crew, by
lightening the ballast tanks, raised
one end of the craft to the surface
and ' escaped through the torpedo
New York, Dec. ' 8. - Fifty-one
members of the crew of the subma
rine S-48, who escaped through tor
pedo tubes aiter their craft had
made a nose dive off ^Bridgeport har
bor yesterday and stuck to tho bot
tom, told a remarkable story of res
cue on their arrival to-day at the
New York Navy Yard.
According to the report mndo to
the commandant, they lightened ono
end bf the submarine until lt appear
ed above tho surface, and then sat
perched on this pinnacle for more
than ton hours, until after darkness
had fallon. Then by iigbting matches
they attracted che attention of a
passing tanker, which picked them
up and brought them here. x
Several of tlie men, as well ;;s
Dient. Francis A .Smith, were found
to be suffering from the effects of
chic .'ine gas created by sall waler
flooding storage batteries. However,
only three wore detained at the hos
pital. The submarine left Bridgeport
at 10.2S a. in, on a trial trip, About
ono mile off the outrance to tho har
bor, after making a nose dive, she
failed to come up. and her command
er reported that the presumption was
that one of her hatch covers had not
been properly fastened, allowing the
water to seep In. Salvaging opera
tions already have been started. The
submarine is believed not to have
been seriously damaged.
To Stop a Cough Quick
take HAYES" HEALING HONEY, a
sough medicine which stops the cough by
tieoli'o tho inflamed and irritated tissues.
A ben of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and
L>oup I enclosed with every bottle of
HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
should bo rubbed on the chest and throat
xi childi eu suffering from a Cold or Croup.
Thc heall >; effect of Hayes' Healing Hoi.ey la
tliic tho lin . i ijomblned with the healing effect of
Provo's . ' . 1'rnto Salvo through tho pores of
?he .-.kia so II > ops a cough.
Both rem?* s are packed in one carton and the
Mot of thu coi 'ined treatment In 35c.
.mst ns) your druggist for HAYES'
"Simply a Wreck."
Marftlui although at the half-way
!>ost between five and six years, still
spends a part of each afternoon In
sleeping, lin infrequent occasions,
whci something out of the ordinary
warrants, he Is permitted to pass by
the afternoon naps provided he con
ni being put to bed early In the
. s lng, .'. ?contly he enjoyed one of
tin . fl oon holidays of wakeful*
: the dinner hour he broke
of I ie rules of conduct and was
promptly ti ken to task by his father.
. pen, n all seriousness, Marshall
'x pin i ned lils case with this:
"You len w, daddy, I'm simply a
wreck when I don't take my afternoon
Tho sneeze weed treo of South Af
rica cannot bo sawed or planed, for
its dust has the same effect as snuff.
Tommy: "l'a, when has a man
real horse sense?" 'Pa: "When he
san say 'neigh,' my son."
CHILD'S BOWELS WITH
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP.
Even a sick child loves the "fruity''
taste of "California Fig Syrup." ff
the little tongue is coated, or if your
mild is listless, feverish, full of cold,
Dr has colic, give a teaspoonful to
cleanse the liver and bowels. In a few
hours you can see for yourself how
thoroughly lt works all tho consti
pated poison, sour bile and waste
JUt of the bowels, and you have a
?voil, playful child again.
Millions of mothers keep "Califor
ila Fig Syrup" handy. They know a
easpoonful to-day saves a sick child
o-morrow. Ask your druggist for
;onulno "California Fig Syrup,"
Arhlch has directions for babies and
?hildron of all ages printed on bot
lo. Mother! You must say "CALI
FORNIA" or you may get an Imita*
ion fig syrup.--adv.
NOVEL POCKETBOOKS ARE FAD
Accessories Feature Brilliant Unlnos
and Colorful Substances-Round
Among the accessories for summer
aso aro many Interesting pocketbooks.
Borne of these reflect the inspiration
of Egypt In their exquisitely carved
mountings. Brilliant lining are a
feature of these novelties.
There are attractive bags made of
blue faille silk. One ls fastened with
s beautiful wedgwood cameo. Tho
lining of coral silk ls edged with a
tiny border of varl-colored flowers.
Others are finished with round
knob fasteners that are most effec
tive. These are made from various
colorful substances, the most olnbor*
ute heine Inlaid with real stones.
Infanticide is freely practiced
niong the Eskimos.
'STATE TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION.
Tropa rat lon? Ar?-Already Going on
for tho 10SHS Mooting.
! Rock Hill, Doc. 8.-Preparations
: are going forward for the annual
meeting of the State Teachers' Asso
I elation of South Carolina, to be held
In Columbia, March 16, 17 and 18.
19,22. Each department president ls
working on his or her program and
expects to have a tentative program
arranged by Dec. 17, at which time
all department presidents are asked
to bo present at a meeting to be held
in Flinn Hall at 9.30 a. m. The de
partment programs have como to be
one of the most helpful and Inspir
ing parts of the meeting of the asso
It will bo of Interest to know that
a new department, to be known as
tho Department of Teachers of Mu
sic, will hold a meeting this year and
will apply for admission. Dr. ll. D.
Guelich, of Winthrop College, ls ar
ranging the program for this moot
Aire..dy the association has the
promiso of lTnltod States Commis
sioner of Education, .lohn .1. Tigert,
to bo present at tho meeting. Edu
cators In South Carolina will give
him a royal welcome to our State on
his first visit here.
Dr. Thomas Alexander, head ol*
tho Department of Elementary Edu
cation <-f Peabody College, lias ac
cepted ai. invitation to bo on the
program of several of the department
Time Is tho test of truth. And
Donn's Kidney Pills have stood the
tust in Walba Hu. N\> Walha ?ta resi
dent who suffers backache, or ann,py
lng urinary ills cnn remain uncon
vinced by this twice-told testimony.
W. S. Cri'hl, blacksmith, Spring St.
Walhalla, say?: "I hurt my back
many years ago and since then J
have boen troubled Uh kidney com
plaint. When I have one of thosfl
attacks, severe pains shoot through
my kidneys and these organs do aol
act as they should. I have dfes;
spells and sovero pains In tho baok
of my hood. I have used Dean's Kid
ney Pills whenever an attack cornea
on and they have never failed to
quickly relieve mo. I think Doan'i
are a wonderful medlolno." (State
ment given Dec. 17, lPd.4.)
On April 9, 1918. Mr. Grah? said:
"I am glad of another opportunity to
say a good word for Dean's Kidney
PP's and believe Donn's have a ff neted
a euro. I advise anyone suffeKng
from kidney complaint to give thl?
remedy a trial"
60e. a! all dealers. Poster-Mllburn
Co.. Mfrs.. Buffalo, N. Y.
THIS WOMAN Rf NS A RAILWAY.
And Silo Does it Without Any Aid
and Not Much Fuss.
A dispatch from lone, Cal., says:
Henry Ford is not the only one
who can run a railroad without call
ing upon Uncle Sam for help.
The Amador Central Railroad of
California earns its own way, pays a
profit and has never asked a cont
from any one.
And a woman runs it!
Mrs. Meta J. Erickson, who is do
in?' what big railroad magnates say
can't be done, has been president of
tho Amador Central for a good.many
years. She ls tho only woman rail
road president in the world.
Has N? Troubles,
The Amador Central, 12 milos in
length, Is tho shortest commercial
railroad known, but It's a regular
railroad just the same lt is regu
lated by tho Railroad Commission,
collects war tax, runs on schedule,
and everything, Just like its bigger,
They never have any labor trou
bles on this railroad. Every man om
ployed is an old-timer except tho
section gang. Ralph Miller, conduc
tor, was water-boy with tho engin
eers who built tho road. If any ono
develops a grievance Mrs. Erickson
goes out, calls him by his first name,
and they talk over tho difficulties.
The Rate Not Raised.
Tho road, which ls capitalized for
$700,000, was built by Mrs. Erick
son's husband in 1903. During tho
recent era of high prices and fren
zied ?Inanco Mrs. Erickson has never
raised rates or curtailed operating
expenses. Sho wisely bought largo
amounts of rails and ties before tho
riso In cost. ?
"Other railroads have too much
p.'idded expenses and stock profits to
pay," explains the busy woman presi
dent. "We pay dividends on what
tho road actually cost to build-and
they are handsome dlvidonds at that.
Wo run on a sensible, economical
basis, but I don't think thero Is a
road in tho country which is botter
Colds Causo Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablet? remove th?
cause. There ls only ono "Bromo Quinine." E, W,
GROVE'S signature on the box. 30c.
COTTON Ci I tow EUS OF CAROLINA
Ask Congress to Cancel War Dfcbi
J. It. Johnson Elected President.
Columbia, Dec. 8.-Dr. J. B. John
son, of Rock Hill, was oleeted presi
dent Of the South Carolina Division
of Anierlcad Cotton Assoolation at
the annual meeting of that organiza
tion here yesterduy. He succeeds R.
C. Hamer, of Eastover, who declined
to accept ro-olection, but who was
olocted a member of tho executlvo
committee from tho seventh district.
Dr. Johnson is a well-known banker,
merchant and farmer, and has boon
president of the York county branch
of thu association,
Tho association, ofter a long and
earnest dobato, adopted a resolution
urging tho United States to agree to
cancol tho principal and interest duo
lt by thc debtor allied nations on
condition that the sums duo this gov
ernment for loans made to tho said
allied nations during the war aro In
vested by the sn id various govern
ments in the purchase of American
raw agricultural products over a se
ries of years, which oro now so vi
tally needed for food, raiment, and
tho restoration of their manufactur
ing and commercial interests.
A resolution was also adopted
strongly urging tho banks of tho
State to borrow money from tho War
Finance Corporation and let tho far
mers have tho samo in order that
they may hold their cotton.
Congress was urged in another
resolution to enact a law making
permanent the operations of tho War
Finn nco Corpora t ion.
Tho work of the American Cot ion
Association was strongly endorsed.
High tribute was paid lo J. Skot
towe Wnnnamaker, tho president of
that organization, and Dec. 2!t was
set aside au "<Livo at Homo Day" in
South Carolina, all merchants and
banks being requested to closo from
12 m. to '1 p. m. on that day in order
that crowds may attend tho mool lugs
to bo hold in each county lu tho State
on that day.
Officers Elect c<l.
Tho following officers woro olocted
for tho ensuing year:
Drosldent-J. R. Johnson, of Rock
Vice President-<L. 1. Guion, of
.Secretary-Harold C. <Bookor, of
Treasurer-John T. Mackey, of
Tho executlvo committee was on
largod so as to provide for two mem
bers from each Congressional Dis
trict, and tho following wore electod:
A. R. Johnson, St. George F.; C.
Thomas, Manning; G.L. Toole, Aiken;
B. lt. Tillman, Trenton; J. 'P. stab
ling, Westminster; J. L. Keltt, New
berry; D. B. Anderson, Moori?; Lown
des J. Drowning, Union; J. H. John
son, Jtock Hill; L. 1. Onion, Dr. goff;
T. L. Manning, Dillon; DeBesftOQ
Bright Wtllinmston, Darlington; R,
C. Hamer, Eastover; Edwin Wilson,
Catarrh is a local disease, greatly
influenced hy constitutional con
ditions. I FALL'S CATARRH
MEDICINE is a Tonic and Blood
Purifier. By cleansing the blood and
building up thc System, HALL'S
CATARRH MEDICINE restores
normal conditions and allows Na
ture to do its work.
All Druggists. Circulars free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Didn't. Want Any Dead Ones.
Mrs. Youngbrlde: "I'll tako a fow
of those beets if they aro real live
Clerk: "Llvo ones, ma'am?"
Mrs. Youngbride: "Oh, yos, realty
1 must have live ones. I heard my
husband say only yesterday that ho
has absolutely no uso whatovor for
kept up. Any railroad can maka
money which is run on its own mer
ita as a sonslblo business proposi
Pays High Wages.
Tho forty mon who handle tho Im
portant llttlo steel ribbon through
the mountains from lone to Martello,
Cal., aro paid high wages, but bolong
to no union. Three engines aro used,
and a lot of cars, because tho Ama
dor Central runs through a vory rich
gold and timber district. At its hoad
is tho famous Kennedy mine, tho
deepest gold shaft In the world.
Tho fact that it is a small road
does not mean that it isn't business
like. You can't got on and off at any
old crossroad to suit yourself. A rog
ular schedulo is maintained with def
Tho Amadon Central is getting am
bitious, too. Mrs. Erickson lr. plan
ning shortly to cxtond tho road 22
miles furthor Into tho mining dis
trict. It will bo run on tho samo
principle-paying Its own way.