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RIGHTS OF STATES THREATENED
Ho Says Governor Moirlson, of North
Carolina, in Address
Shelby, X. C., July 27.-Declaring
that tho Federal government is now
engaged in a steady encroachment
upon the rights of tho States, Gov
ernor Cameron Morrison told editors
of Xorth Carolina, gathered in tho
Golden Jubilee Convention nf the
North Carolina ITcss Association
here to-night that President Hard
log's proclamation and call upon tho
Governors to intercedo in tho coal
strike is "an attempt to debase the
"There may be bolshevik! after
me who come into power, and they
may attempt to bring soviotism upon
tho State, but this will never como
while l am Governor," ho declared.
Denouncing what ho termed tho
"benevolent despotism at Washing
ton," tlie Governor reviewed the un
rest and disorders prevalent in tho
"Why is all this?" he questioned.
"Because of tho non-enforcement of
law-because the Federal govern
ment is assuming to run all business
and to assume the righi to do those
things which the Governors of the
Slates alone cnn do for the welfare
of the people." Ile declared that tho
States must discharge their duties,
Hint the majesty of tin- law must bo
upheld by thom, . nil thal nine-tenths
of the trouble In America to-day is
.i nise of lawb-isness,
"Everybody wants to hang the lit
tle murderer, ami punish polly
thieves, but in these llTiugS that af
fect the great muss ol' the pop?lo
Iben? is nothing hoing offered tn
Washington but a new commission
that will investigate and make a re
port some, day and in the meantime
give l?Tousnuds of Jobs to people, it'
tlie law is to prevail it must be by
action ol' tho States. 1 am for law
enforcement, and 1 havo tried, so
help me Cod, despite ovory whirl
wind that flow about me, to enforce
DRASTIC ' I IA X PITT ON LIQUORS.
Imports Are I Hocked by New Ruling
of Commissioner Blair.
Washington. July 2 7.-Imports of
winos and liquors were banned yes
terday night by Commissioner Blair,
of tho Internal Revenue Depart mont,
iii this country except tor non-bever
age uso au iii clout IO mee, M?o imltonwl
require ufen ts. Drastic uow regula
tion?) Were issued by Mr liinir cov
ering the entrance of alcoholic bev
erages into tho country, designed to
shut off one of me sources ol' illegal
In determining the supply of spir
ituous and v.lnous liquors tho regula
tions declared that such distinction
will he made between the various
kinds as may bo necessary lo in-uro
a sufficient supply for tho various
needs, and in the casi ol wino for
sacramental purposes importation
will lie permitted upon tho affidavit
of a rabbi, mit Ister or priest that
there is not sufficient domestic, sup
ply of the particular wine required.
Tho regulations pr?vido that all
permits to purchase intoxicating
liquor- shall expiro thirty days after
tho tinte of approval, except impor
tation permits and permits to pur
chase alcohol for mnnufacturing or
selling, which shall ox piro ninety
days alter dale of approval, and per
mits to purchase wine or distilled
spirits other than alcohol for manu
facturing or selling, which shall ex
pire sixty days after date of appro
VOt/ can have a
?Neck and Arms
Ha ira n's MaRnnlia Palm
beautifies instantly, ji
years' wonderful success,
i Removes freckles, erii|>
lions, sunburn, tan
makes skin like velvet.
Won't ruti oiT. 4 colors:
llrunelie, White, Pink,
nnd Rose-Ked tor lips
and cheeks. .Sold |>y nil
dealers, or <lirect (rom us,
Probably tho longest telephone cir
cult was recently brough', out In 1
lest from Havana, Cuba, up tho At
lantic coast to New York, across lt
San Francisco, down tho Bacille coaai
to Los Angol?s and thou to Cnlallm
Island, approximately live thousant
AN EVANGELISTIC ASSOCIATION
ls Formed - Couiity-wido'chguni/u
(lon for Gipsy Smith CUinjiuigu.
A representative group of some
seventy-five preachers and laymen
mot In tho Chamber of Commerce
Mall, al Sonoca, on tho afternoon of
July 24th, for (fie purpose of form
ing a county-wide evangelistic asso
ciation. At this meeting more than
forty churches in the county were
represented. Dr. IO. A. Hines called
jibe meeting to order, and after au
j Inspiring prayer by Rev. W. R.
Barties, of tlie Town vi Ile Baptist
church, tho assembly proceeded at
(erne to tho organization of tho Oco
ueo County Evangelistic Association.
Tho association adopted as Its aim
'The Winning of Oconee County for
A? to the membership ol' tho asso
ciation, each church in the county
was invited to participate by appoint
ing its pastor and two laymen of its
congrega lion as members Of the asso
After Hie adoption of tho plan of
organization the following officers
were elected :
President-Dr, IO. A. Hines.
Vico President-J. X. Iloleman,
Secretary-Marshall Wood son.
Assistant Secretary-T. H. Jones.
Treasurer-'F. F. Ilollcman.
(il PS Y SMITH,
The Noted Evangelist who will Hold
.Revival nt Seneca, Koot. :t-v.i.
I itv means of local Gipsy Smith
clubs, willoh ?rc to be f?rniiid in the
near future, tlie association plans to
j leach the entire county through j
I prayer meetings and personal work
ers. These local dubs will be com-!
posed entirely of laymen, who shall
meet weekly for prayer as well as to
lay plans for an intensive personal
work campaign. Such clubs ure being
planned In tho following towns und
j localities: Westminster, Walhalla,
j Salem. Clemson College. Townvillo,
! Fair Play, Fairview. Oakway, Wolf
Stake. Long Creek und Seneca. Al
. though these clubs aro being formed
lin preparation for iho coaling of
Gipsy Smith, their wuk ls not to be
I limite] lo this campaign, ns each of
Ibo clubs is io assisi in nil meetings
I in Hie local churches and in all ways
to win men nud women to a personal
acceptance of Jesus Christ.
The following men and women
were present, and without one dis
senting vole joined the association na
(Imiter members: .1. F. Alexander,
Fairview Methodist church; Mr. and
Mrs. J. ll. M. Whitmiro, Old Bickens;
S. ll. Snead, Bethe': Presbyterian; Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Stribllng, E. W. Strip
ling, Richland ; Hov. A. \V. Barr, J.
M. Moss. Walhalla Methodist; S. B.
Ra rle, I'll. Cllnkscnles, Clemson Col
lege Methodist; J. A. Henry, Clemson
College Methodist; Hov. W.R. Hames,
J. X. Holoman, Townvillo Baptist;
Hov. I. IO. H. Andrews, Westminster;
J. M. Brunor, Mrs. S. F. Heeder,
Westminster Baptist; T. C. Peden, D.
J. Miller. Westminster Presbyterian;
Hov. J. C. Smith, lOmanuel Baptist;
Dave Henry, Clemson Collego Presby
torlon; lt. II. Hocknell, L. L, sloan.
New Hope; .1. L, Miller, Holum; W.
T. Stephenson, B. F. Tilley, Cross
Hoads; ll. J. Myers. Oakway; Rev.
\V. F. Sinclair, West Union Baptist
church; M. J. Stansell, New Hope;
J. IO. Willis, Wost Union; L. M.
Richey. Hov. J. A. Anderson, 'Earle's
Grove; John Chalmers, Bethel; Rev.
J. A. Clotfelter, J. H. Ltgon, \V. F.
McLces, Townvillo Presbyterian; Mr.
and Mrs. L. J. Denning, Hov. TO. J.
Ingle. W. P. Leister, Jordania; Rev.
W. ll. Hamilton. Walhalla Presby
terian; V. Q. Gregory. Newry Metho
dist; Rev. J. s. Edwards, H. L. Mc
Xeeley, Westminster Methodist; and
representatives from all of tho Son
oca (burches; Rev. L, M. Lyda, Ro
- turn Baptist; Rev. C. R. Abororom
i hie, Salem Bapeist.
Plans aro being made to organize
) additional local clubs In various soc
t Hons, the dates for this organization
i work to be arranged.
I Aftor enjoying delightful refrosh
monts, sorvod by tho ladies of Son
FORTY WOMEN MAKE ,v ATTACK
On Shopmen ou,-Their WiW t
In Shops at Toledo, Obi
Toledo, Ohio, July 2?>.-Fe 'ty wo
men-wives and relativos of ti !<lng
railway employees-atlacketl arty
ot non-union railroad ?hopi ion on
Uioir way to work in tho shop :>f the
.Now York Contrnl railroad hoi . ? irly
to-day, police responding ti ? call
for help were met with a sh vor of
bricks and stones, which re? ?tod in
a call for tho police reservo?.
Three patrol wagons Ailed with of
ficers were rushed to the see: " with
orders to arrest ovory woman lound
in the vicinity.
When tho reserves roach '1 tho
scone of tho disturbance tho vomen
had fled, and no arrosts wore made.
Tlie trouble started about 7 i -lock
when round house employees were
met with a volley of bricks ts tho
automobiles they occupied jentorod a
short subway near tho shops.
Tho women lined up on oithre sido
of the street with piles of bricks and
stones besido thom, and'one uito
niobilo carrying the men n i aro
laking tho places of 8 lr IK m j shop
nien, as lt entered the subw ?vas
showered with tho missiles so ono
was seriously injured, aecoi (lng to
police, and outside of a few hroken
wind-shields little damage m\ '.mo.
LlflHTXIXG DEATH TO V t PH.
Tho Holt Struck Tree Near
Hoy Was Standing,
Walterboro, S. C., July 2(1.
Ackerman, tho 13-year-old
J. O. Ackerman, of Cottagevl-.
killed by lightning Tuesday,d
severo electric storm whieh
tliis section. Fenn was out ?b
when the bolt struck a tr?
which lie was standing, killi
instantly. The only mark
tho boy was a dark placo m
temple. His mother was in th
with the smaller children, ai
bolt stunned her, throwing her
door in an unconscious con di li
Ackerman, thc- father Of th
was at Jnf'-sonboro at tho tin
soon as the mother r ega inc
sciousness, she went to look
son, and found bim in tho lo
lifo extinct. Fenn was tito ol
This was the worst electric
'which lias visited ibis
number of years. Thora $ccp od to
bo no intermission betula tho
flashes of lightning* A heavy vain
fell, and hail lu some p
J. W. Bishop, of Wa' orb ro. Dst
two fine milch cows, ano a in m hov of
large trees wero felled
ll R fl
Do you have a dull, otc
the small of the back
bing twinges when ste
For bad back and wea ? .
Walhalla residents roi
Donn's Kidney Pills. R
Mrs. R. C. Stout. S. A
"I had a dull, heavy nc.n
and felt tired and hir
the Hmo. Sharp pains
my back when 1 bent,
acted irregularly and <
(?izzy spoils when biat-Vi
peared boforo my eye;
swelled and I was in
shape. Hearing of D<
Pills I got a supply ai .j
mo feel like a cliff ore?
recommend Donn's vor.\
the cure they gave me."
Price Cdc, at all deal
simply ask for a kidney
Donn's Kidney Pills-the
Mrs. Stout had. Fostei
Mfrs., Buffnlo, N. Y.
Post lui mons Reunion Hi
Knoxville, Tenn., July
remains of Honnie Kati
bo placed to-morrow he
ber husband, Tennessee
crnor, John Sevier. roi
humously two of tho st;
figures after separation <
Tho body was cl isl ti tc
day at Rnssellville, Ala.,
to Knoxville to-day, who
in state until it is laid
morrow besido tho shaft u
tho last resting place c '
Hnttlcsburg, Miss., Ju
L Christian and Alvin I
uro In a local hospital lo
having been badly boatoi
sldorable crowd of unide
hore last night. They wc?
ns guards nt Hie Mississb
railroad shops, and stated
to the police, that they woi
ped and taken out of th
beaton by mon whom tho>
td ritters and strlko-sympa
eca, the association adjie
singing tho Doxology and tv
a oh o in
. in end
Kb hi ey
m I hun
Strike Sympathizers Heal o Men.
a cd by
with No Tax
AST Fall at 1
seemed to n
30 x 3V2 US
the peak of 1
Yet the makers of 1
produced a still better
wearing tire with
Better traction, lon
And thc tax is abso
31 The new and bet
USCO is a tire money
worth that was impos
sible a year ago.
It is possible
today only in
U. S. Tire Co.
Can Buy ARTE
U.S. Tires: STRO
WHERE OUR TAX MONEY GOES.
S. C. School Expenditures More Ruin
Tm Million Dellars.
(Gharlusion Nows and Courier.)
The News and Courier is in receipt
cf a copy of a "Statistical School At
las of South Carolina," prepared hy
Power NV. Bethon, State Supervisor
of Rural Schools and statistician for
Hie State Department of Education,
Anderson . . . .
Beaufort . . . .
Berkeley . . .
Charleston . . .
Chesterfield . .
Cia rond?n . . .
Col loton ....
Darlington . . .
Dorchester . . .
Georgetown . .
Greenville . . .
Greenwood . . ,
Lancaster . . .
Lexington . . .
McCormick . <
Newberry . . .
Orangohurg . .
Spa rt a n burg .
According to the table published
hy Governor Cooper in his annual
messago to tho Legislature last Jan
uary, giving tho abstract of dupl?
cate which showed tho aggrogato tax
levied In each county in 1921, tho
total Stato and county taxes in that
year amounted to $18,257,021.25. It
would appear, therefore, that about
:he $10.90 price it
?otorists as if the
?CO had reached
JSCO have now
sr side walls*
United States ?
t\fivthrtt . Th* Ot&t*t and t,
faclori** Kuhbtr Oreanuation t
*>y*yr ^ "yST ^jtT^W ^/F^? ^A&^f^f1
THER (Si PHINNEY, V
showing "selected facts for the scho
lastic year 1920-21 and Ino scholas
tic year 1921-22." ll iu fin exceed
ingly interesting publication, Some
forty-nine ta h los aro given, and mos,1
of tho tablea are illustrated by maps.
Tables No. 2 and No. 3 aro devoted
to "school revenuo" and "school ex
penditure." lt is of interest to noto
tho amount of money raised and
spent for school purposes in oaeli
county. Here aro the facts as given
in those two tables:
? 99,215.CS $ ?4,121.09
2 1 ."..72 2.22 1 87,8 I 0.40 |
5 IS,157.? l D 12,238.70
131,552.SS 125,57 1.69
1 I 5,728.96 103,791.68
09,0 19.61 Ol, 028.85
, - SOO,157.55 685,352.88
1 59,056.0 I 153,100.44
101.573.29 91, :52o. 13
150,1 15.09 154,323.82
$10,9 20,29 3.94 $10,029,44 1.55
sixty cents out of ovory dollar of tax
money for th? Stato and county pur
poses has boon going recently to tho
support of tho public schools.
In 19 21 tho tax for ordinary coun
ty oxponsos and for roads was $6,-.
335,438.67. The total State levy for
all purposos was $5,429,927.13, and
of this total Stato vnx $1,486,410.76
Walhalla, S. C.
?Test Union, S. C.
was returned to tho various counties
to suppl?ment tho school funds;
$764,000 was'for tho stale Hospital
for tho insane; $820,000 was for
higher education Tho romaluder was
utstid for paying tho exponsos of tho
Legislature, about $100,000; ex
penses of the courts, about $l.~>0,000,
for agricultural work, upwards of
$400,000; for interest on thc bonded
debt, about a quarter of a million
dollars; for public health work, in
cluding tho expenses of the tubercu
losis sanitarium, upwards of $200,
Tho great bulk of the money raised
by taxes for State and county pur
poses went to the public schools. The
largest increase in public expendi
tures since I ?ll 2 has been for tho up
building and maintenance of tho pub
lic school system. These are facts.
'I hey cannot be ignored. They show
bow preposterous it is to talk of re
ducing taxation in South Carolina by
the abolition of "useless offices."
To Stop a Cough Quick
tako ' HAYES" HEALING HONEY, a
cough medicino which stops tho cough by
healing tho inflamed and irritated tissues.
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and
Croup is enclosed with every bottle of
HAYES* HEALING HONEY. The salve
should be rubbed on the chest and throat
of children suffering from a Cold or Croup.
Tho hcallDit effect of Hayos' Healing Honey In
side tho thront combined with tho healing effect of
Grove's 0 l'on-Trato Salve through the pores of
thc skin soon stops a cough.
Doth remedies aro packed in one carton and the
cost of tho combined treatment ls 35c
Just ask your druggist for HAYES*
Negro Farm Ross Up for Lifo,
Covington, Cn., July 2f>-Clyde
Manning, negro boss on tho Williams
farm near here, where a number of
negroes were killed last year, was
convicted of mutdor and sentenced
to lifo Imprisonemont to-day.
.lohn S. Williams, owner of tho
plantation, is already serving a lifo
sentence. This was Manning's second
trial, the'first vordict having boon
guilty willi recommendation to the
mercy of tho court, and Ibo sentence
life imprisonment. Ho confessed par
ticipation in the murders, but as
sorted that his actions were undjor
orders from Williams.
Soven Pennsylvania Mines Resume.
lunxutawnoy, Pa., July 27. -
Soven minos in this region resumed
operations to-day, according to tho
statements ot tho owners, who said
they had "lots of mon to work tho
plants." Tho operators declared thoy
had advised Governor Sproul ot the
resumption, and had boon nrmred of
protection in enso it was noodod.
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