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WADU Al,l/A, S. C.
WEDNESDAY, MA Y 21, li)':*J.
Thc l\ ir I ls< meni of thc Citadel
scholarsliip appearing elsewhere in
this paper to-day calls attention to
tho opportunity for somo needy and
ambitious hoy to obtain a liberal
college education at the State's ex
pense. The Citadel has just complet
ed n largo new college plant and will
Opon up next fall al its new site with
greatly enlarged and improved facil
ities The reputation of tho Citadel
as ono of tho foremost military col
leges of tho country is too well
well known to need comment. But
its primary purpose is to train good
citizens, and it offers a broad educa
tion in science, languages and engi
neering. Here is a chance for one of
our deserving high school boys which
Otlghl liol to ho neglected.
Rainfall and Temperature
Below ls a record of meteorological
observations taken by H. W. Brandt,
co-operative observer or tho Weather
Bureau of the H. S. Department of
Agriculture, during the week ending
May I Ith, 1922, til 7 p. m. (The
instrumental readings aro from gov
ernment standard instruments ex
posed in tho manner rocommonded
by tho chief of tho Weather Bureau):
May P - Clear
! 1 Ptly
Tomorrow A i rigid t
NR Tnblots stop sick hoadachos.
roliovo bilious attacks, tono and
regulato tho o I i ni ?(ia ti vu organs,
mako you fool fine.
??B.rUr Than Pills For LJvtr lita"
NORMAN DRUG CO.,
Walhalla, ft. C.
Miss Rathlyn Dodd Painfully Hurt.
(Rock Hill Herald.)
Miss Kathryn Dodd, of East Black
Street, happened to a slight accident
Sunday when sho lost control of her
car, and tito santo smashed Into a
tree on Black street, near the graded
school, tho impact turning tho car
Miss Dodd was painfully bruised,
but her injuries are not serious. Tho
car wt?s damaged to some ext'eni.
(Tho above paragraphs will bo
read with regret by numerous friends
of thc young lady, who is a daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Doyle Dodd,
formerly of Walhalla. It is hoped
that Miss Dodd will bo soon quite
Dr. Cromer Will Not be in Race.
A dispatch from Newberry to the
Columbia Record says:
Dr, George R. Cromer, 0f this
city, slates emphatically that the re
ports that ho might offor for Oovcr
nor in the coming election it'd not
founded on fact, and that ho will not
bo in tho race,
Numerous requests have come to
?>r. Cr ". i' lo mako (ho race, and
. ivi ml pupers of tho State have
given (ho move:..ont mot ion, but
With this announcement from him lt
is assured that he will not bo in tho
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Tho .Moaning of Motherhood.
(M. Ashby Jones, D.D., in Atlanta
Sunday Constitution, May H.)
When wo come to tho annual ccle
bration of Mothers' Day thu preacher
wa ii'.s a sure enough text. Whore
could ono bo found of rarer beauty
or moro real significance than this
picture given by one of the biog
raphers of Jesus:
.'Thom was standing hy tho cross
of Jesus, His mother, When Jesus
therefore saw His motlier and tho
disciple standing hy, whom Ho
loved, Hu saith unto His motlier,
'Woman, behold thy Son.' Then
saith He to tho disciple, 'tiebold
. thy mother'."
Here is humanity at its best. A
mother who could bear a son to die
tor others would of course be found
mar tho cross ill this hour of His
deepest need. That she could rear
such a .Sou might be explained on
the ground of His unique origin. Bul
'.hat she would be willing to give up
such a Son for the service of human
ity is tho supreme triumph of mo
therhood. Here sho roars the stand
ard of womanhood to its loftiest
limits. That soft sentimentality
which sings its selfishness in the
song, "I Did Not Rear My Boy to Bo
a Soldier," could never climb the
heights of Golgotha and stand by a
redeeming cross. Hore motherhood
rises responsive to the noblest ap
Tho Significance of tho Feast.
Then there is the other side of the
picture. Thor? was conferred upon
Jehu that day the highest honor ever
bestowed upon a man. .Jesus gave
into his keeping the most sacred of
all trusts, with tho words "My Mo
ther" and "Thy .Mother." lt is said
ll.al from that hour the homo of
John became the home of Mary. But
I believe we shall miss the deeper
meaning of His words if we do not
clearly understand that, as was His
wont, He was speaking to a world
of men through this man. Hore man
hood in this highest and holiest mo
ment commends motherhood to the
chivalric care of men as the most
sacred obligation. Tho significance
of the scene conies with a profound
ly solemn meaning when we can bear
Jesus saying to tho men of to-day,
RS Ho points to tho womanhood of j
the world, "Behold thy Mother." And i
lt is something infinitely moro than
the mere appeal to physical strength j
lo protect physical weakness, lt is
an appeal for tho actual preservation '
of the human rare, ll calls for the
conservation ol' those faculties and
forces by which civilization luis come
thus far, and by which alone we can
ever hope to reach thc highest levels
How many of the most familiar
experiences are the profoundest mys
tories? Stand before any mother and
hor babe, and you are standing in
tho presence of the miracle of crea
tion. Look for a momcu'. from the
face of the child, vita its well-nigh
limitless possibilities of reason and
emotion, ambition and accomplish
ment, into tho face of the mother.
She has brought into existence a
person-the clearest expression that
we have of the mina and will of God.
.Here ls a permanent contribution to
the conscious forces of the universe.
Here is something more than a more
energy, which will bo driven along
a pathway preordained by unchange
able law. Hero ls a force which
shall choose its own ways and Im
press tho universe in which it moves
by the quality of its own thought
and aspiration. In this little bundle
of possibilities, which we call a babe,
lie latent, Inevitable and irresistible
forces which shall help to make maps
and point tho pathway of history.
Tho Conservation of Life.
This lifo force then is our most
precious possession and our most sa
cred trust. Instead of the shamed
veil which we have drawn across this
sacred otllco wo should boro focus
our best thought and most reverent
reason. For here at the fountain of
Ufo ls tho most potent place to in
fluence lifo. To make a better world
lt ls absolutely necessary to make a
Wo must faco tho fact that upon
tho ability of womanhood to boar
and rear sound children depends tho
v/holo future of tho race. It is cl lin
en 11 oven to suggest tho tremendous
?meaning of this. Upon this ls de
pendent the nation's destiny, its
dreams of achievement in commerce,
arl, literature and religion, For hero
are tho springs of tho life of to-mor
row the source of its thought, tho
stamina of its accomplishment and
tho quality of its purposes.
lt is from this standpoint that wo
must look at tho changed, and ever
changing, industrial conditions of
our lifo. Ever increasing thousands
of girls nro leaving our homes, with
tholr traditional caro and protection,
and entering tho lifo of the store.
Hie office nnd tho factory- Here con
ditions nro totally changed. Aro
tlieso conditions and surroundings
favorable to tho preparation of wo
manhood to be tho mothers of a new
generation? Once wo look at tho
girlhood of our land from this stand
point, all of those so-called economic
questions of wage and boura, work
ing con.Iii ions and recreation, be
come the most vital problems which
can face a patriotic people.
A Challenge to Chivalry.
While tho sons of our land are to
day making their reverent and affec
tionate gestures, in (lowers or love
messages, to the memories of their
mothers, 1 am praying that their
sympathies may be broadened until
they shall Include all tho womanhood
of America. Would that every son of
them could come to understand that
every man who, by story or innu
endo, word or act, countenances sen
suality, ls adding the weight of his i
influence to drag down tho standard
of tho motherhood of his nation.
Here indeed is an opportunity for
chivalry which should challenge tho
noblest possibilities of manhood. Let
him look nt tho unprotected girls of
his city. They aro attacked by a
thousand subtle Influences, each one
seeking to soil her lifo. Let the sons
who lovo the ..lemorles of their mo
thers league, themselves for the pro
tection of tho unguarded mother
hood of tho future.
Clean Baby's Bowels with
"California fig Syrup"
Millions of mothers depend upon
geuiune California Fig Syrup to
clean and freshen baby's stomach
When the little one is constipated,
has wind, colic, feverish breath, a
coated tongue, or diarrhoea, a half
teaspoonful promptly moves the I
poisons, gases, bile, souring food and !
waste right out. Never cramps or
overacts. Contains no narcotics or
soothing drugs. Babies love its de
Ask your druggist for genuine
"California Fig Syrup," which has
full directions for infants in arms,
plainly printed on bottle. Mother!
You must say "California" or you
may get an imitation fig syrup."-ad
Largest Extinct, Smallest Lives.
New York, May 17.-Tho largest
animal that ever trod the earth has ;
passed, but thc smallest is still very ;
much alivo and flourishing, says the j
May Mentor Magazine. The largest
was the branchlosaurus, a dinosaur,
which in prehistoric times stood 4 0
feet high and trailed a body ono hun
dred feet long. The smallest animal
is tho pleuromonas jaculans, a mem
ber of tho protozoa family, ten of
which placed end to end could be
contained on the surfaco of a hair;
Tho pleuromonas lives In water.
?an have bea
improves the appeara
end it takes so little wc
floors in splendid com
The floor you paint to:
Usn in the morning, with
.Und hard usage nnd give
ing or peeling. Heel* will
discolor Pea Gae Floor Pe
Pee Ce? Floor Pain! !?
made in nina beautiful
calora that will harmonize
with tho color acharna of
eny room io the houae.
Alli for Fr*a Paint Dook
and Color Card? or wtltt to
Pcaslec-Gaulbcrt Co., Ino
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AV 1?il miro-M-ni*
Westminster, S. C.
Phone No. 36
STATE BANK EXAMINER QUITS.
Jos. H. Craig Will Beconio Treasurer
of Tobacco Growers' Association.
(Anderson Daily Mail, 17th.)
Jamos H. Craig, Stato Hank Ex
aminer, has resigned, and W. W.
Brad loy, his assistant, lias boen
named by Governor Cooper to suc
ceed him. Mr. Craig's resignation
was accepted yesterday and tho
chango took piuco this morning.
Mr. Craig has been Sta to Hank Ex
aminer for four yours, being appoint
ed in 1918, and succeeded O. K. La
rouque. Before that timo ho was for
ten years auditor of Anderson coun
Mr. Craig resigned to accept thc
position of treasurer of tho Tii-State
Tobacco Growers' Association.
Mrs. Craig this morning tolophon
ed the Dally Mail that Mr. Craig will
not movo his family, but will contin
ue to hnvo his home in Anderson,
even though his business will likely
keep lilin away from the city most
of tho time.
Habitual Constipation Cured
In 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
Constipation. It relieves promptly but
should bo taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce regular action. It Stimulates and
Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
Income Tax Auditors Still Needed.
'Washington, May 2 3.-The United
States Civil Service Commission
states that although a number of ex
aminations have been held, there is
still need for eligibles to lill posi
tions of auditor and inspector under
the income tax unit of tho bureau of
Internal revenue, for duty in Wash
ington, D. C., and in the Held.
Another examination for these po
sitions will be held on June 1 Ith
throughout tho United Slates. En
trance salaries range from $ 1,S00 to
$."..000 a year.
Besides qualifying in accounting
experience and practical tests, ap
plicants must pass an oral examina
tion to determine their personal fit
ness for the work.
Full information and application
blanks may bo obtained by commu
nicating with the United Stales Civil
Service Commission, Washington, D.
C., or with tho secretary of tho Civil
Service Board nt the post?nico at
Seneca, S. C., or customs house in
In Memory of Mrs. Mi. J. Stansell.
'Tis sad to part with friends wo love
.While hore on earth we stay;
Put, blessed Iho't that comes to all,
We'll meet again some day.
Our stay on earth cannot be long
Our journey soon is o'er;
Hut all the good shall meet again
On Canaan's peaceful shore.
If we but do tho .Master's will
Until Ibis life is past,
Then we shall meet again some day
And wear a crown at last.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE (Tablets.) It
9tops tho Cough and Headache and works on the
Cold. E.W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 30c.
Wild elephants are generally
caught with nooses.
nee of the entire room
>rk to keep well painted
night will be ready for
a Beautiful surface (hat will
longest wear without creole*
not mar and water will not
ott Ildw. Co,,
v* Walhalla, S. C.
Phone No. il
The Keowee Courie
Either paper well x
Price of Both. C
Thirty per cont of tho copper min
ed in the United Slates in 19 20 carno
from Butte, Mont.
Tho fire that gave birth to Uro In
surance as a business occurred in
London in 1CG6.
WINTII HOI* COLLEG li
SCHOLARSHIP AND IO NTH ANCE
Thu examination for tho award of
vacant Scholarships in Winthrop
College, and for admission of now
students, will bo held at tho County
Court House on Friday, July 7th, at
J) A. M. Applicants must not be less
than sixteen years of ago. When ?
Scholarships nre vacant after July 1 j
they will bo awarded to those male-1
lng- the highest average at this ex
amination, provided they meet tho
conditions governing the award. Ap
plicants for Scholarships should write
to President Johnson bofore tho ex
amination for Scholarship Examina
Scholarships aro worth $100 and
free tuition. Tho next session will
open September 20th, 1922. For fur
ther information and catalogue, ad
PRES. D. H. JOHNSON,
lick Hill, S. C.
and Metal Shingles.
UAH Ht C*oos>,
Walhalla, S. C.
MUNICIPAL TAX NOTICE.
Tho books for collection of Town
Taxes opened Monday, May 1st, and
will close May 31st. A penalty of 7
per cent will attach on all taxes un
paid June 1st. So pay early and
avoid the rush.
Ordinary Town Tax ... 8 Vis mills.
Light Bonds. 1 V6 mills.
Water Bonds.13% mills.
Sewer Bonds. 4 V? mills.
Street Tax .$3.00.
T. A. ORA NT, Clork and Treas.,
Town of Walhalla, S. C.
May 3, 1922. 18-22
Tho Military College of South
Scholarship Exam) twit ion.
On July 14th a competitive exami
nation will bo hold at Walhalla to
lill ono vncancy in the Citadel Schol
arships for this county. Applicants
must not bo under sixteen and not
over twenty years of ago on tho open
ing day of tho next College Session,
September 20, 1 922. The subjects
for examination will be as follows:
Algebra, through quadratic equa
English Grammar, Rhetoric and
Li tera tu re.
Ancient dlistory, and American
Tho winners of tho scholarships
must moot tho requirements of tho
Association of Colleges of South Car
olina for admission.
Application blanks, catalog, and
further information furnished upon
COL. O. J. BOND, President,
The Citadel, Charleston, S. C.
May 2 1, 1922. 21-27
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
All persons Indobtod to tho Estate
of Edgar Young, Deceased, aro
hereby notified to mako payment to
Ibo undersigned, mid all persons hav
ing claims ngalnst said Estnto will
present tho samo, duly attostod, with
in tho Hmo prescribed by law, or be
barred. JOHN E. CRAIG,
Administrator of tho Estato of Edgar
May 17, 1922. 20-23
For 12 Months
)rder yours now.
Read how Mrs. Albert
Gregory, of R, F. D. No.
1, Bluford, I!!., got rid of
tier ills. ''During ... I
waa awfully weak . . .
My pains were terrific. 1
thought I would die. Thc
bearfiig-down pains were
actually so severe I could
not stand thc pressure of
my hands on the lower
part of my stomach . . .
1 simply felt as if life was
for but a short time. My
husband was worried . ..
One evening, while read
ing the Birthday Alma
nac, he came across a
case similar tomine, and
went straight for some
Cardui for me to try.
"Hook it faithfully and
the results were immedi
ate," adds Mrs. Gregory.
"I continued to get bet
ter, all my ills left me,
and I went through . . .
with no further trouble.
My baby was fat and
strong, and myself-thank
God-am once more hale
and hearty, can walk
miles, do my work,
though 44 years old, feel
like a new person. All I
owe to Cardui." For
many years Cardui has
been found helpful In
building up the system
when run down by dis
orders peculiar to women.
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