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MINE WORKER IN JAIL not to carry weapons.
Williamson, .w. Va., May 23.-A. D. All was reported quiet tonight in
Ivenbar, organizer for the Unit he regiontwhere .e recent disor
Mine WorkerA of America, wvas ar- ders have taken place.
'rested by a state trooper here late - - - o
David Robb, international financial Sheriff Gamble captured two illicit
agent of the United aine Workers, stills in Clarendon county in raids
when informed of the arrest, me- last week and arrested two men in
clared that he had warned his men connection with their operation.
F IRST thing you do next A
-go. get some makin's Ab
papers and some Prince ther
Albert tobacco and puff away and
in teppy red g on a home made cigarette our
tidy red tine, hn- ~ l~ ,
tome pound and hal will hit on all your ess!
pound tin humidor& smoke cylinderst P. J
a nd in the pound ' .
crystal glass humi
dor wuith sponge lipus
No use sitting-by and say- slip
ing maybe you'll cash this out
hunch tomorrow. Do it while P
the going's good, for man-o- co t
man, you can't figure out smo
what you're passing by! Such smo
flavor, such coolness, such You
more-ish-ness-well, the only -if
way to get the words em- for
phatic enough is to go to it reve
and know yourself! or a
by .J enolds
Winston-Salem, R1N EE A
the national joy
Do Goods at this sto
* any person to qt
U Y o an article that is
I OttWe want every
* YTTsell a bill of goo<
* Want that we have sol
e of its quality. 'l
* ~giving the publi
It is our policy.
* The Dry C
You need are re
e a fair price will!1
* i~eai~ article.
* The square de
* ____________ the asking.
* THE NEW IDI
TESTS OF' BRAKES
Roanoke, Va., May 23.-More than
150 representatives of railways in
every part of the United States will
leave Roanoke tomorrow on a special
train over the Virginian railway as
guests of Ohe WestinIghouse Airbrake
company to witness brake tests on
the heaviest trains possible to be
dlrawn over a mountain gradle. The
tests will cover a pcriol of four days
I enjoy the
vith P. A.!
nd, besides Princia
art's delightful flavor,
e's its freedom from bite
parch which is cut out by
exclusive patented proc
L. from sun up till you
between the sheets with
rince Albert is tlie tobac
hat revolutionized pipe
king. If you never could
ke a pipe - forget it!
you use Prince Albert
packing! It's a smoke
lation in a jimmy pipe
VOU get that and
nothing else when *
you buy your Dry m
re. We don't want *
Lestion the value of *
purchased from us
person to have
nce that when we *
s the mere fact of
d it is a guarantee
hat's what we call*
ec a square deal.
al so o rs ho uts,
Get My; jPrices!
E. B. SHORTER,
Manning, S. C.
Two flours (if Cross Examinationl at
Washington Gain Hut Little In
Washing.ton, May 23.--Mrs. Emma
C. Bergdoll, mother of Grov Cleve
land Bergdoll, the slacker, aga in
went to the bat today with the house
committee inlvestigating his escape.
At the end of a two hours' cross
examination Mrs. Bergdoll came up
smiling, for the coin mmittee refused to
send her before the bar of the house
of representatives for not answering
questions bearing on her' buried gold.
There Were times when the witness,
rising from her chair and slamming
the floor vith a parasol, sharply de
nounced the inquiry as another of a
long series of persecutions.
It was while Representative John
son, Republican, Kentucky, had th
wittness in hand that the clash de
Veloped which caused him to offer a
motion charging her with contempt.
The committee, however, thought
hest to decide this question in ex
ecutive session and ten minutes later
the doors opened and Mrs. Bergdoll
was told that she imlight return tc
On Hergdoll Farm
While making no attempt, as he
explaimed, to find where the woman
had buried $105,000 obtained froi
the treasury in 1919, Mr. Johnsor
drew from her the statement that it
was on the Bergdoll farm, out on th<
West Chester pike leading into Phila
delphia. It was while he was tryinp
to learn who actually assisted in hid.
ing it that Mrs. B1erg4oll flew int(
a rage and declared it v::S a "sin an
sha me" for members of (oingress t<
be. "so nol ."*(%10
Mr. Johison replied that he wa
tryijng to lay a foundation to see il
she was telling the truth at whicl
Mrs. Bergdoll lauinched into a ti rade
This was quickly checked by Chair
"I refuse to give you any othein
information about the gold," Mrs
Bergdoll shouted, hanging the tabl'
with t.e parasol. "I am sick an'
tired of it. You ought not to be s,
nosey. It's a1 waste of time and I
dlon't propoIse to console you by an
Before gettint. away froi the sub.
Jeet of the gold, Mr's. Bergdoll de.
elared thant all of it was placed it
one hole, that nobodly knew where
andl that if' she died it never woul I
Woni't~ Dig It Up
Ite'present I' ive I .uhr3ing, lieplid
can, Indlianai, wvantedl to k now if shn
would dig it up and let. the c'ommnit
lee have a look.
"'No, I won't.,'' she exc'laimied. "'Noi
my c'hibire'n, either; T wvould not pui
that tenmpt ations in your way."'
"I dlon't belIieve' you have it bu3)ried,
Mir. ILuhring said.
the'(3'3~' crow- raed.
Asked howV. Grover'3 hadl been'i 3nmn
for1 Pres5iden't (l've'l::nd3, Al rs. her'l
d1331 shouted: '"i3' has got :as good 3a
(hanc(e as5 aniyfody in thiis r'oom (3
huy1~ '?" Mri. h~uhring askedI.
"No'3ne, tlsat's how~ mmi v,"' she re.
13lied3. "All the posters hadu in hi.
wordi3s, ''Kill the Iunms.'" Andl I'mn no1
wdiling to3 kill :uanbod. I low mans
him saP'lar iuy?"' Buit Al r. Peter:
stopped('4 th lonth11 urst. Ihe c'omui1:1ttet
found from: Al rs. Bergdloll 's boo3k:
tha't a yeari ago3 Grover) lBer'jdo3ll pair
mi('flme 1 .\m mnouni~it 3 in tn 5,3:10 am~
TIhe lhe:'rings will end t omorrow3by.
IG h.OSS I-'WAI II 1-l tE
N"ashville, Alay 22.- Fire whuiel
broke<3 (3ut1 in a loudge room30 (over3 th<
Peop's3d' lbank1 at. 'Tr'ezvanat.. 'Teon,
itig only ai yaira;e stamling a3t eit he:
t'nd and c'ausingp'(h daage estimoat13'
SI'IS(HliS i'iB 'hO TIl TIMEl S
.- G0D 7kM
SE AU.) 'UNS t:NLY
8 AT YOURt G1O~.itQS
POSTOFFICE MO NEY
Wasllilinton, Mlay 23.--The Iibose
today without. a dissenting vot - je
cepted the item in the deficiencv bill
a)pIrOpriatin g $23,000 for th~ )ur
chase of necessary furniture for de
Coluinbir post oflice. The fact; t.1.t
no question was raised as in -
lar cases of Biri inghani and H no
lulu is attributed to the missio'ary
work of Representative Fulmer. Ap.
parently he had very cleverly : aved
the way. The money wvill be .b-:al.
ible as soon as tihe v lnate passe- the
bill. Senators I)ial and Smitt. --lid
this afte inool that they did ior an
ticipat e trouble in the .nate.
CADI--S 0 -:-TRKEf
Ashevill -, N. :., -0n.. ;-tin
dred ealdid s or the Asheville Co : Iv
elub struck hlrei this afteiloor .iII
the giolfeirs were without caddie'. Il The
caui Lse is due to the rIefisal of the.
nialagemiieit to allow a gallerv
follow the caddies who had er. r.d
for tle annual caddies tourney.
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You should have one of our
"'Autoheds." comfortable for tw.
people in five (r seven passeng
er car. Retquires about three t
five ilinites to put. inl place.
Wlhen rolled up in waterproo
cover .1 feet. long by 5 inehe!
diameter. Sells for- $19.50. Sent.
t., Columbia, S. C.
P IN I
rer what we i
tow you in
xt time you
wn. It maya
not in the (
st now for**
ave for sale, i
give us the g
.1d pleasure i
y you thrui
e will show *
ch goods as !
rou service. g
e. Stop with g
t saving is something that
oul know. ,
progreCsive mloney sav ing
tge of these whose p)erson)
e-and( those who earnest
meyC saved. There is no
CAriS MAKES BOND
IN FLORIDA COURT
Pensacola, Fla., Mity 23.-Sidney J.
Catts, former governor of Florida,
made bond in the Unitedl States dis
trict court here today in the sum of
$2,500. le is charged with peonage,
having been indicted On two counts
by the federal grand jury laist, week.
Bondsmen for the ex-governor are
A. F. Paderick, H1. Whitaker, 1. A.
Davis and C. P. Ly-brand of Penisacola
and A. It. Bullard of Detiniak
Springs, Fia. Attorneys John P.
Stikes aid Jolin S. Bcard, counsel for
Mir. Catts, were grante'd untiH June
13 by Judge Shepparl to file demur
rers to the indlictment. Ariments
on the deluiurrers will be held Julne
20, at which time it is Sexpected the
case will be set ioi tial.
Ex-Governor Catts arrived m Pen
sacola this morning from Jacksoni
ville', accompanied by Ml r. Hul lard.
lie was iet by his attorney and es
corted to the federal buildang, where
he immediately made bond.
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823 W. Gervais ,
E and look ov
Shave to si
our line ne
a come to to
j be you are
I market ju
what we h
a but would
a privilege ai
I of showing
a you onlysu
awill give 3
I Prices andi
I ways in lin
aus when in
I TEY ARE
!FA good1 future withou
doesn't often happen, .5
Our institution is a
and investing bank.
We solicit the patrom~
Qal attributes are likewis9
ly desire to become such
You never regret m~
use to regret when it is
T. M. MO