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Dorothy and the
By MALCOLM BROWN
Woalern Nowspnpor Union.
He was rending the front page of a
newspaper, and lt was beaded "No
News of Dorothy Lamont."
It gave one a creepy feeling to
know that one was being searched for
all over the United States, that the
sudden disappearance of the million
aire's daughter had aroused the inter
est and apprehensions of 00,000,000
of people, while tho girl In ques
tion was resting quietly nt a little, un
fashionable seaside resort in Massa
chusetts. But Dorothy had no com
"I won't marry Harold Curtis," she
said, twisting herself upon her side
and looking out nt the leaping waves.
'.I don't care If father will go bank
rupt unless the Lamont and Curtis
interests are 'affiliated,' as he calls lt.
It isn't right!"
An American girl has certnlnly the
inborn right to choose her husband.
And, to ito truthful, Dorothy's parents
were not nltoRetlier insistent upon the
marriage. But it would mean bank
ruptcy otherwise, for Curtis, mindful
of old scores to be paid off, hud been
pushing Lamont hard, and he had
.^filil? at his mercy.
"If only they'd give me a chance to
fall in love with Harold," sobbed Dor
othy. But she had only seen him once,
and she didn't even remember what he
looked Uko, except that he was not
quite a monster.
"No, he isn't a monster," Dorothy
tearfully admitted. As n matter of
fact, Harold Curtis had fallen desper
ately in love with Dorothy at first
She had dreamed, as all girls dream,
cf a possible lover.
The tide was lapping against the
mouth of tho cave.
She looked out In horror. Dorothy
could not swim, and the freshening
wind was sending huge rollers break
ing Into the mouth of the cave, which
would, she knew, be entirely filled at
high tide. Dorothy screamed again and
again. Suddenly a black speck ap
peared round tho distant rocks. It
was a boat i Dorothy shouted, and
she saw the speck grow larger and
turn inward. There was a man In lt,
and he was pulling hard toward her.
Presently, with a few quick strokes,
he sent the boat gilding against the
"Jump in I" he said.
Dorothy stepped in and sank down
exhausted In the bottom of the boat
"That was a narrow escape you had,
miss," he said, In the quaint Intona
tion of the New England countryman,
"'.est not go on the rocks again un?
t? vou know this coast. You're stay
ing at Mrs. Jones, ain't you?"
"Yes," answered Dorothy.
'.Then I'll Jest take you there," said
the young fisherman.
Dorothy heard bl? story and duly
listened to Mrs. Jones' motherly
Scolding. Her spirit was chastened,
and she felt thoroughly disgusted with
Then came a blow which fairly
crushed Dorothy's spirits. It was the
report of on interview with her father,
and contained these words :
"I do not believe my daughter has
come to any harm, and I am sure
she has gono away of her free will.
I shall, thorefore, make no further ef
fort to nnd her. When she ls ready to
come home sho may do so, and she
will find me still her father., But until
then I shall cease to Interest myself
in her whereabouts."
Dorothy read that on tho beach, and
She burst Into bitter tears. Tho
enormity of her behavior suddenly be
came clear to her. She had run away,
not to ovoid a marriage which was be
ing forced upon her, but to become a
popular heroine. She must write to
her father and go home. But as for
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YOU. IF IIB
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In.i.t on "TiJo
it by thia inarki
Harold-never, never !
A step at her side made her look up.
The young flsherman was standing by
"In trouble, miss?" he asked, seeing
her streaming eyes.
"I don't know what to do," sobbed
Dorothy. "Oh, I wish you were a
woman, so that I could tell you ahout
it. I um In such trouble. I-I-"
To her amazement the fisherman
had calmly sat down at ber side and
taken her hand In his. Then, to her
further amazement, she fell his arms
"Dorothy, don't you know me?" he
asked. "Don't you remember that
evening nt my father's house?"
"Harold I" she exclaimed, staring at
him In consternation. "Oh, what a
fool I was I" Then she tore herself
away and her anger began to rise
swiftly. "But you-how dared yo?
take a mean advantage of me?" she de
"Forgive me, Dorothy," he pleaded
humbly. "I learned that you were here
and telegraphed to your" ""father
yesterday. I've loved you all the time,
Dorothy, and wanted you mighty bad;
and now I've got you I'm going to
keel? you, because I saved your life,
and lt's going to be mine."
And Dorothy thought this reason
According to a report made to the
London county council by an educa
tional authority, the statement ls
made that the physical condition of
the school children ls grerifly Im
proved by the daylight snvlng program
which has been followed In that coun
try for many years. "It- ls a simple
Question," he says, "of combining tho
twin advantages of an extra hour of
sunlight and fresh air with rest and
A good friend stands by you when
In need. Walhalla people tell how
Doan's Kidney Pilhi have stood the
test. W. S. Grain, blacksmith of
Spring St., endorsed Doan's many
years ago and again confirms the
story. Could you ask for more con
"I hurt my back many years ago
and since, then I ' have been troubled
with kidney complaint," says Mr.
Grahl. "When I have one of these at
tacks, severe pains shoot through my
kidneys and my kidneys do not act
as they should. I have dizzy spells
and severe pains in the back of my
head. I used Doan's Kidney Pills
whenever an attack came on and
they have never failed to quickly re
lieve mo. I think Doan's are a won
derful medicine." (Statement given
Dec. 17, 1914.)
On April 9, 1918, Mr. Grahl said.
"I am glad of another opportunity
to say a good word for Doan's Kid
ney Pills for I believe they have af
fected a cure in my case."
60c. nt all dealers. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Gas Curo? Poison Oak.
Motorists who dread to stop by
tho* roadside to enjoy their picnic
lunch through fear of poison ivy may
be comforted by the recent discovery
by medical scientists that gasoline
is a sure cure when applied to tho
nffoctod parts, tho New York Sun de
clares. Benzlno may also ho used
with good rosults.
Poison ivy infection, tho doctors
say, ls no different from any othor
chemical burn. Tho poisonous Ivy
oil may ho dissolved and removed en
tirely by a llboral application of gas
oline or bonzlno. Tho sooner It Is
nppllod nftor infection tho hotter, but
lt is declared to bo offoctivo if? used
es much ns eight hours nftor Irrita
tion of the skin develops.
S. S. PROGRAM IS COMPLETED.
South Carolina S. S. Association to
Hold Session Juno 20, 21, 22.
Spartanburg, May 8.-Tho pro
gram for tho Stato Convention of
tho South Carolina Sunday School
Association, to ho hold in Colum
bia, June 20, 21 and 22, is practically
complete, and it includes addresses
and lectures by a number of tho most
noted Sunday school workors in
America, according to Loon C. Pal
mor, general superintendent of the
association, who has his oflices in
tho Allen & Law Building here. Mr.
Palmer is conildont that there will
bo a largo number of delegates from
every county In South Carolina iu
attendance upon tho convention in
The convention ls to bo held at
tho University of South Carolina,
and President Carroll has told Mr.
l'aimer that the university authori
ties aro lookl|g forward to its ses
sions with Interest and rogard this
convention as ono of tho most valu
able meetings that will be hold in
Columbia this year.
Another reason why a largo af>
tendanco ls anticipated is because of
tho central location of Columbia to
all sections of tho State, thus mak
ing it easy for enthusiastic Sunday
school workers to reach the conven
tion scat. Tho South Carolina Sun
day School Association now has a
complote organization in every coun
ty 'of the State, and according to
many religious leaders, it ls doing
tho ( most wonderful work for the
promotion of Christ's kindgom
through enlisting the Interest of so
many bright boys and girls and men
and women in Sunday school work.
Lift Off with Fingers
Doesn't hurt a hit! Drop a IUttie
"Freozone" on an aching corin In
stantly that corn stops hurting, then
shortly you lift it right off with
Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of
"Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient
to remove .every hard corn, soft corn
or corn between the toes, and the |
calluses, without soreness or irrita
Nurses Needed by Government.
Washington, May. 9.-The United
Slates Civil Service Commission has
given out tho statement that there is
need for nurses In the hospitals of
the United States Veterans' Bureau
and tho Public Health Service and at
Indian schools and agencies. Appli
cations will be received for these po
sitions until further notice.
Applicants are not given a written
examination, but aro rated upon the
subjects of physical ability, weighted
at 10 per cent, and training and ex
perience, weighted at 90 per cent.
Applicants must have graduated
from a recognized school for trained
nurses requiring a residence of at
least two years in a hospital giving
thorough practical and theoretical
Full information concerning en
trance requirements, salaries, etc.,
and application blanks, may be ob
tained by communicating with tho
United States Civil Service Commis
sion, Washington, D. C., or the sec
retary of the civil service board at
the postoffice or customs house in
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Tako LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (TabletO lt
stops tho Cough and Headache end works off the
Cold. E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 30c.
Would Plead Guilty-Jury Acquit*.
Sandorsvillo, Ga., May 3.-John
Smith, of Windor, Ga., wanted to
pload guilty in Superior Court hero
on a charge of possession of ninety
gallons of "pure North Goorgla corn
whiskey" and pay a fine. Tho prose
cution, however, objected to tho
court's acceptance of tho ,ploa and
the case went to trial. Four minutes
aller rotirlng tho jury rolurnud a
verdict of acquittal.
Klwasis was organizod in Detroit,
Mich., Jan. 7, 1915. This nemo is an
Indian word, which stands for tho
obsorvanco of tho gobion rulo In lifo.
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Is It Fair?
(Anderson Daily Mall.)
The Blue Ridge Railroad pays a
conslderablo amount of taxes to tho
city of Anderson, and in addition a
license to do business. The railroad
also pays considerable laxes to the
county for tho building and upkeep
of tho road?. Recently a bus lino
has been est. bllshed botwoou Seneca
and Anderson in competition to thc
railroad, and has free use of tho
highways which the railroad has
halpod to build. We would Uko to
know, as a matter u? curiosity, how
much Uconso the bus lino ls paying
to do business in Anderson. Wo hold
no brief for tho railroad, and have
nothing against tho bus line, but wo
de believe in fair play for all hands.
Vos, Fair Enough.
A bus line is in operation between
Anderson and Seneca, lt is operat
ing in competition to tho Blue Ridge
railroad, jnst as tho jitneys in An
derson compete with the street rail
way system. The traveling public
appreciates tue bus lino becauso it
provides transportation to Seneca in
tho early morning in timo for pas
sengers lo make connection with the
Southern No. 29 for Birmingham
and other points. The Blue Ridge
mentioned rather prominently as the
bus's competitor-discontinued tho
early morning train months ago, and
since that time there has been a de
mand for the service the bus line
ls giving. As service is tho basis of
success, the buB line is entitled lo
the patronage it gets, and should
There is no argument against a
bus line. Bus lines are in operation
the country over, and little has been
snid about the fairness in their haul
ing a few passengers who might have
bought railroad tickets, especially if
the passengers would suffer serious
delay before a train ran. Isolated
Anderson needs moro bus lines-one
between the Electric City and Starr,
Iva, Lowndesvllle and Calhoun, or
between this city and Bolton, Honen
Path aad elsewhere. These lines
should bo encouraged. Bus lines will
never hurt Anderson.
Neither will bus lines seriously af
fect the ?Blue Ridge. Instead, It will
work to the ultimate good of the
road, tfOr early morning passengers
who go by bus to Seneca there catch
a Southern train on the road that ls
the daddy of the Blue Ridge. And
were it not for the bus these same
passengers would take tho C. and W.
C. to Calhoun (Falls, as they have of
ten done, and catch the Seaboard, a
real competitor of the Southern and
Tho Anderson-Seneca bus lino will
work to the good of all parties con
cerned. To date the Blue Ridge has
not become" alarmed over the opera
tion of the lone 20-passenger bus.
Incidentally, the bus is carrying the
Tribune to several hundred subscrib
ers at Autun, Sandy Springs, Pendle
ton, Clemson College and Seneca the
same day it is published, and giving
rural subscribers at these places the
morning news a few hours after it
A YOUNO ATIRANTAN IS FOUND
Who ls Said to Have Five Known
Wives, and Probably Alore.
Atlanta, Qa., May 3.-The trial of
M. L. Tatham, 30-year-old mechanic,
indicted on a charge of bigamy af
ter three women had told tho grand
jury they had married him, was post
poned until Tuesday by Solicitor Gen
eral lloykin to-day when Mrs. Eva
Tatham wrote from Columbus, Qa.,
and said that she had read the case
and wanted lt known that she mar
ried Tatham there In 1918. There ls
also a fifth Mrs. Tatham, and It was
said that the delay might give others
Tho wives listed by Mr. Boykin,
in addition to the Columbus woman,
'Mrs. Dora Corbin Tatham, Wal
halla, S. C., married in 1906.
Mrs. Lillian Tatham, Atlanta, Ga.,
married In 1919.
Mrs. Bertha Monroe Tatham, Por
terdalo, Ga., married in 1920.
Mrs. Ira Lee Brown Tatham, At
lanta, Ga., married in 1921.
According to tho Solicitor, Mrs.
Eva Tatham claims two children and
Mrs. Bertha Monroe Tatham ono.
"A pack of Hes," was tho solo
comment of Tatham sent from tho
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
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to cure Itching, Wind, Bleeding or Protruding Hiles.
Inslnntly rollovca bellini' Piles, nntl you con got
restful sleep ofter tho first onollcatioq. Price 60c
A dam 735 foot high ls to bo built
bot ween tho 1200-foot walls of Boul
der Canyon, which will chock tho
flow of the mighty Colorado.
Buy this Cigaret
THREE) HUNDRED AND FIFTY
Minions for Highways-South Caro
lina Has 307.7 .Milos Finished.
Washington, May 6.-Special: As
Federal aid in the construction of
highways since 1916 the government
has appropriated $350,000,000. The
mileage of roads constructed in each
State with this fund, in conjunction
with other funds, is shown hy a re
port of the Bureau of Public Roads
of tho United States Department of
Agriculture, which beare date of
March 31st. For the South Atlantic
group of States Hie figures are as fol
Delaware-28.1 miles completed;
funds allotted for 30.4 miles; total
mileage, 58.5; funds available for
new projects, $23,586.*
Maryland-165.7 miles comploted;
funds allotted for 34.3 miles; total
mileage, 200; funds available for
'Wost Virginia-155.8 miles com
ploted; funds allotted for 186.3
miles; total mileage, 432.1; funds
available for new projects, $110,126.
Virginia-259.7 miles completed;
funds nllottod for 364.5 miles; total
mileage, 621.2; funds available for
new projects, $1,4 23,712.
North Carolina-592.2 miles com
pleted; funda allotted for 347.6
miles; total mileage, 939.8; funds
available for nev/ projects, $1,805,
South Carolina-370.7 miles com
pleted; funds allotted for 534.5
miles; total mileage, 905.2; funds
available for new projects, $911,576.
Georgia - 668 milos completed;
funds allotted for 656 miles; total
mileage, 1,324; funds available for
now projects, $1,386,322.
Florida-33.9 miles completed;
funds allotted for 169.5 miles; total
Extra Ply of Fat
FOR poor roads, for
anywhere the Fisk I
for small cars. An extrt
tread of extra tough red
built to meet exacting cc
Time after time one R<
ordinary tires. Its disti
selection of a high-grade
more than justifies your
Tliero's a Fisk Tire of
for car, truck
te and Save Money
mileage, 203.4; furnia availablo for
new projects, $1,04 1,759.
To tals-2,274.1 miles completed;
funds allotted for 2,323.1 miles; to
tal mileage, 4,597.2; funds avail
able for nev/ projects, $7,045,587.
OlflclalB of tho bureau point out
that different conditions have re
quired varying widths, thicknesses
and types of surfaces, so that tho
mileage constructed is not always an
exact measure of what has been ac
No Worms ia a Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worms hnvo on un
healthy color, which indicates poor blood, and us a
rulo, thcro is moro or 1 ess stomach disturbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given regu
larly for two or three weeks will enrich tho blood,
improve the digestion, and act as a general Strength
ening Tonic to tho whola system. Naturo will then
throw off or dispel tho worme.and tho Child will bo
tn perfect health. Pleasant to tako. 60c per bottle.
LEE COUNTY WOMAN KILLS SELF
111 Health ls Supposed to Hnvo Boen
tho Cause, of Hugh Act.
Camden, May 3. - Mrs. .Minnie
Copeland, of (Elliott's Croi" Roads,
In Lee county, who had been visiting
at the home of her father, O. J. Ba
ker, a few miles east of Camden,
killed herself Monday afternoon by
shooting the top of her head off with
a shotgun. It is said that sho had
been In 111 health for sonto timo and
had on more titan ono occasion made
threats to take her lifo. She used a
shotgun with a string tied to tho
trigger, and her death was instanta
Mrs. Copoland is survived by her
husband and several small children.
It was not doomed necessary to hold
an inquest, as -everything pointed so
clearly to suicide.
The heat given off by the stars
during the day aids the sun in mak
ing the earth habitable.
P 30 x 354
heavy loads, for hf?rd use
led-Top cannot bet "ed
i ply of fabric and a h . vy
I rubber make a strong tire
?d-Top has outworn three
nctivc looks indicate your
tiro while its extra mileage
extra value itt every size,
or speed wagon