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Clean Child's Bowels with
"California Pig Syrup"
E'ven a slck chil d loves the "fruity"
taste of "California Fig Syrup." If the
little tongue Is coated, or if your child
is listless, cross, feverish, full of cold,
or ha1s colic, give a teaspoonful to
clealse the lIver and hom els. In a few
hours you enn see for yourself how
thoroughly it works all the constipa
tiol po ison, sour idle and w'aste out of
the how(ls, :und you have a well, play
ful chiil again.
slillions of molithers ke(ep "California
Fig Syrup" htntdy. They know a tea
sionul)fil today saves aI sick child to
mo, rOw. Ask your druggist for gen
(tine "t'(iliforntin Fig Syrup.'" whlech has
dl:r t I-.ns for imbies and children of
:III n t's ,iited on bottle. Mother!
Y'o11 must .1 y "('alliorni'a" or you may
get an I ilt:ttion fig syrup.-Advertise
Surely Something Doing.
Ma:r- ';ih'rin(' talkes a groat inter.
PSt in :I: 1 I eilihhors. iter'etilly i
Il \\'i} linit ried e. ti le iluov\(l }n a
b-inunga 'low o' us. .1nd1 a J'ew (lays
lte,r NI:Iry- (''therine c"ame runnling
into, til, houw1 ;n(il saidi: "Ilh mother,
th.' .'ll ai ' l's 'ar t 1i. 1'r g in.: t have
chi, eo ~r chibire'n. (Ir. .lohnson 19
Ililblin_ :1 fernce :1al r(,inol their new
Lift Off with Fingers
' 'tI it t
mir duiggist. s.'lls a tIny h'ot tle of
"I leet/i " for' aii' few * ent1s, 53 itl llnt
I~ (P be t w ' eeni* l oes, and theii ca(P l -
S.~urIuelW'3 t he n iS who1de eies h'im.
Sellf1 il anU esy iark 1for IPhe dII'ue
I ie trun3k las'ts a3 33ant3 : life.tim111;
an ati tha 121.It nlever'I goe an' iywhere
"Don't Take the Chance"
Say People Who Know
Coughs and Colds Often Lead to FSeai
Sickness--Bear''s Emulsion Will
Stop Them Quickly.
-A sizht "old-a cough that 1laimere
blackinlg cough followed~ by a. weaken
- I ng of tilt system-thlen some1 drenC<i
diisehse. Thailt is tihe story of the neg
lected1 cold. The Safe thing to do~l *stt
take IBear's l'hmulslion at oniceP anfl( 'em
the chances of1 ser'(ius result's.
Bear's EmulsIon ia an effectIve rem
ed41 tliiit' h'as'i beCCe f ound of t iid greiit
est aidl in relieving broneltis, grIppe
influenza antd in brieai,king upj the mos0
stubborn coughs and colis. It has~ heel
found to give relief whien 0other medC~i
-clnes fall. It Is pleasant to take amn
will tone uip tihe entire systeml. Peop)l
wh~o suiffer from loss of apl;mtite an
-weatkness find It the best sor't of toni
for building upl the b)ody alnd heilpn
them to take on weight and .strengtli
* why take''the risk of hee)ning sern
ouisly Ill ihen you enn get tis remned;
at your drug stor'e? If your druggls
~annlot supply you,1 ai bofttle will bi
eM direct on receipt of $1.25.
- JOHN D. BEAR CO.
or other irritation.
- ~ old Irnpleuemedy
- * ifa m~Ust ebet.
- 4W edtieN eYr
W- .U. CHARLOTTE, NO. 47--1922
4 . 1
BY IRA HARRIS
ATTORNEY GIVES NOTICE OF AP
PEAL TO UNITED STATES
OROER BY JUSIICE COTHRAN
Remittur Stayed Upon the Petition of
Attorney Evans; Will Seek
Writ of Error.
Ira Harrison, one of the convicted
murderers of John C. Arnette and
whose appeal for a new trial to the
supreme court was dismissed Novem
ber , will appeal to the United States
supreme court in an effort to pretent
the carrying out of the death sentence
imposed upon him in the general sus
sions court here last May, according
to papenrs tiled with Harry McCaw,
clerk of the South Carolina supreme
court, by B. B. Evans, attorney for
Mr'. I;vans filed an order signed by
Justice Cothran of the supreme court
staying tihe, remiittur in the case un
til further orders of the court. This
order automatically prevents the re
sentenccinig of Harrison as the opinion
refuising: a neIw trial cannot be sent
to Clerk of Court Ilinnant until the
order i revoked. No time limit is
set in the order, but it will he of suff.!
cient c!uration to allow dir. Evans to
''llpl t,' his application for a writ of
error to the United States supreme
Ilr. EVans did not disclose on what
croll tils he would ca rry the case to
tIhi' hi hest trihunal, mer ly retting
f1'rthil that he would apply for a writ
of error to appeal upon. Justice Cot h
ran thlboul ht thlie petit ion mneritoriodis
enough to grant the stay order, it 's
not known whether or not Chief Jus
tire Gary will grant th writ of error,
but it was indicated that in most cases
the writ was granted as a matter of
court. procediire. In c(a5 the writ Is
granted seve ral mionths will wl:ipse he
fore the appeal will ever rea.'i the
United States court.
IIarrison continues in his seeming
stupor at the penitentiary although it
was said by prison officials I t he
appeared to be "some better." 1 . did
not talk and was again fed as if he
were a baby. Muscles of his body re
sponded readily to human touches, it
was saiId, but he remained speechless
t.hroughout the day. ie has been in
this, alleged stupor since he learned
that his appeal to the supreme cLourt
had been dismissed.
Frank M. Jeffords, the second of the
coilvicted 1 rr11111 leri , has not as yet
filed any paper, indicnting further
appeal, although smiie action is ex
American Legion Names Committees.
The various (011unty comitii tees, whlo
are to supjervise thle stat ewide celebra
were pira't ically completded withi the
nainig of the niajority of01 the Amerii
canl Iegion repre-sen tati ven.
lEach 'ounity (commiiittee, charige'd
wvith makIng all arr'angements for thie
observation of, "Edulcationacl WVeek"
In thQ county, compriises a chaimian,
selectedl by the or-ganizaitin commit
tee of thle edocntitonal,- con feirence, a
representative of the Amceirican Lee
gion, a repr-esentative of the women's
clubs, the county superintem-dent of ed
uication and the supeintend~enit of thle
city schools In the county seat. Trho
personnel of the v-arious county com
mittees, mins the legion representa
tavles, wvas anniouncedi.
There are as yet few vacancies In
the list of legion representatives, but
these wvill be filled In the next few
(lays. "National Education Woek" is
being observed throughout the county
under the joint auspices of the Amern
cani Lcgion and the Amer-ican Educa
tional assocIation and the Souith Caro
lina department is therefore giving
its whol'e-h'earted siliport to~ the Citi
zens' Educational Association of South
Carolina in its endeavor to seuie thme
general observance of "Edutcation
W1eek". in South Carolina.
Governor, to Miet.' -
Oov'ernor IHarvey was adhvised by
-M. C. Riley, secretar-y of the gover
nlors' confeireiice, that the annual con
ference wvouldl be held this year at
White Sulphur Springs. W. Va., De
ceiiimber 14-16, inclusive. The dact es and1(
-*ando place were anniounmcedh by thle exe
Icut ive committee.
-The governor and Mrs. H~arvey wvill
attend the conferenice anid the chiief
executive will r'eadl a papjer. lie was
asked to prepare a paiper on any sub
joct and will likely use lawv and ordei
as his theme.
-New Charters issued.
The Ilolley Rtealty company of Co
lurnbia was chartered by the secretary
of state with a capital stock of $15,000.
,The Columbia Chiildren's ClinIc as
sociation, an eleenmosynairy inistitultioni,
was chartered. Officers are. Mrs. II.
Beve4rity Shotdh.i president; Waiter P~.
Goliag, vice-presidlent; Mrs. Jg Swy.
. W. 'leupkins & Co., of ColumbIa,
a wholesale meorcantihe business, was
'Two Craollnas Agree on Debate.
For- the first time in the history
the two institutions, the University
South Carolina will meet the Unive
sty of North Carolina in an inter-c
Iegiate debate some time early in J
uary. The query agreed upon by
debating council of the respect
schools is: "Resolved, That the all
nations release each other from
debtedness Incurred for the puirp<
of carrying on the World War." 'I
University of South Carolina will 1
hold the affirmative side of the qu
tion, while North Carolina has chos
to defend the negative.
According to R. R. Williams, B
dent, secretary of the debating coun
of the University of South Carolina
two-year agreement has been enter
into between the institutions. Nor
Carolina will send her debaters to i
lumbia this year, and next year the
bate will be 'held in Chapel Hill, N.
Each team will consist of three spea
ers. Secretary Williains also pronoi
cod that the preliminaries for the c
bate for the University of South Cc
olina would be held the later part
It is indeed interesting to note til
this is the first time that these tV
state institutions have ever met in
intercollegiate debate. Both have hi
strong and successful teams in t
past, and the debate in January pro
ises to be an interesting one.
Sale of Licenses Brings In Money.
Total fees collected by the sta
highway department from the sale
motor vehicle licenses to date, inclu
ing figures for October, have reach(
5731.37S.01, according to a tabulatic
ade by L. H. Thomas, secretary
he highway commission. Of this I
al $585,102.41 has accrued to the cou
fes unter the SO per cent clause, 11
So far S6,S61 automobiles have bee
'egistered as compared with 13319 fc
he full year of 1921. The number
rucks registered is 7,472 as comparc
vith 7.179 for 1921.
Twenty-nine counties have registc
.cd mnore automiobiles for the 10 mont
f this year than for the entire ye
)f 1921. Greenville county leads 0l
tate with 7.691 automobiles and Spa
anulmrg is secon! with 6.500, wi
iRichland is third with 6,340.
Greenville county has also receiv
he largest return with $54.287.72 at
Richland comes second with $48.425.7
3partanburg is third with $43,921.2
Applications to Aid Auto Owners.
More than 100,000 applications f
motor vehicle licenses are being pI
pared by the state highway depa
ment to he mailed about the first
next month to every owner of an i
tomobile, truck, trailer, motorcycle
dealer in South Carolina. These r
plications will contain all the nec
sary information for a 1923 licen
they having been made up from I
records of the office, and all an own
will have to do is to place the prol
amount of money. check or money
drer in an envelope and return it
the highway dlpartmienI'.
'this plan was followed Inst ye
and although requiring a lot of ex
work, proved to be so popular that
is being; followed again this year.
1(cr vehicle owners were pleasedl w
thme ulani last year and1( it is bhele
thley will a ppreciate the e'fforts of1
depart ment again thmis year.
The 1923 plaites aire expectedl to
on hand by Deccembher 1 and the
par;t men t will begin filling apphl Icatii
abiout the mlidlie of the ua. h.
Governor to be Guest of Honor.
lhichland county alumni of Woff
college, at a meeting held recently
he Jeoffer'on hotelh. dIecidled to givy
dinner in honor of Governor Thor
G. M~cLeod the night after his inu
ration and to invite to it every ahm
nus andl former student of the inst
tion in the state. Mr. M(cTeodl is Ih
self an aluninus of Wofford and
son, Thomias (1. McLeod. Jr., is a i
her of the freshman class of the
stitution now. It is the plan of
local char'ter of the alumni asso
tion to make the affair in January<
of the largest of its kind ever hek
Co-operative Body Grows.
Theconinud oward swoop of
opertivemarketing in the state is
dicated, officials of thme South Carol
Cotton Growerh' Co-operative faso
tion assert, by the ni uber of
contracts coming in dlaily. Over
newv contracts have been received
(lie past week and the nmber of r
Imembers Is being swelled every de1
There is -no membershiip campa
on at the present (ine anid practict
all of the contracts that are com
in are voluntary and -officials say,
the result of the satisfaction-felt
the memb~ers with the manner
wilich thme ass)cialtion is futictioni
Credit is being given (lie associat
generally for the strength of (lie<
toni market and the piresent prices
One of the largest contracts to co
in dluring (lie past week was from
P. Williams, of McConnellsville, Y<
Two Lieutenants May Be Promote
L ients. Edward P. Hodges and JTc
13. Stevenson, Of the coast artillery
servo, save been :requested to appi
for their promotion examinat~ion
thie offileers' . reserve corps of' I
U~nitedl States army. Lieuteriant Hodi
is well knownas avrising young lI
yer of Columbia. * Hie .js -conheci
with the firm~ ot Nettle's.~ Tobi
Lietenahmt $fLevenson ia a ii'embe'
the l'enniy-Mannm Elec'irical compa:
Several promotlns andl appointmem
have..been made ~in the past f
of WIIYIKILI. REVIEW,
In- THE PRICE OF FARM PRODUCTS
he INDICATE CONSIDERABLE
u WHEAT OFFERINGS ARE LIGHT
th Cotton Market Continues to Fluctuate
;o- in Neighborhood of Twenty-six
le- Cents Per Pound.
.k- New York.-Continuation of a high
in- rate of industrial activity and satis.
lo- gactory progress of fall trade are
kr- indicated by the business of the past
of week. Steel production, if anything,
iproved and is now stated to be be.
at tween 75 and SO per cent of the coun
vo try's capacity. Cotton consumption re
in turns show that the textile mills used
id 534,000 bales in October, this figure
le being 39,000 larger than for Septem
32- ber and setting a new high record for
any month since June, 1920. Soft coal
production has continued at a rate of
about 10,'700,000 a week, or at about
to the best attained since the end of the
d- Perhaps the first sign of a seasonal
'd slacking, which must be expected, is
n furnished in the statistics of car load.
of ings. Total loadings for the week end
0' (led November amounted to 944,000
n- cars, which is some 20,000 cars below
r. the total for the week before, which
was the largest for the year. Such a
'n decline is quite the natural thing, tho
>r peak of the traffic movement generally
if being reached in October and having
come this year, in fact, slightly later
than is usually the case.
r- Prices of farm products meanwhile
is have shown a considerable degree of
ir irmniess. December wheat rallied to
1o slightly above $1.20 which reports
r- again of over 20 cents from the recent
lo low. A strong recovery of 'the foreign
exchange market after pronounced
)d weakness in the early week probably
d(1 Was a factor, 'as were reports of large
'G. German needs for commodity. At the
1. same tuie offerings of wheat have
been light and sentiment in the trade
has distinctly become more bullish.
or Corn also moved into high ground for
e- the year. The December future get
rt. ting above 72 cents as compared with
of a price of 52 cents in August. This
Au. improvement, even more than that in
or 'wheat emphasized the gain which has
Lp. been achieved in the farmer's income.
- In cotton the market has continued
3e, to fluctuate in the neighborhood of 25
he and 26 cents despite heavy profit-tak
ier ing. Opinion continues to differ na
er to the ultimate size of the crop, but
or. something nearer tenl million than
to nine million bales was talked of dur.
ing the past week. In any event it is
ar, clear that the crop is proving a much
ra greater financial Success than the
it South anticipated and that busines
1o- lprosp~ect s ini thait district are corres
'd -_ -- ,
ho Senator Newberry Submits Resignatior
Washiiinglenl. - Sentor.11 Trum san H
he Newberry. of \l iebiran., whose righ'
de- place ini tihe seniate has beent a sub
mis ject of long and bhitt er controversy
has subitted his resignation withl
reqiuest that it becomie effective ime
>rd in a1 letter' to Governor Groesbeek
at recently madle public. Mlr. Newberry
a said he had been1 impelled to r'etire vol
ans luntarily because of the (defeat of hii
gu.- republlicanl colleague, Senator Town
um- send, in the election of November 7
tu. The turn of evenlts, h1( said, would
um. make it "fiutile" for 11111 to attemlpl
his to conit iue his public service sin1ce hc
am. c'ontinulally wvould lbe "hlamiperedl bI
in- plartisani political perseenitloll."
the Reviewing the outstanding featuret
*.la- of the contlroversy which grew out o1
ohis election four yearls ago ovei' Henry
l.Ford, his dernociratie oponent, he (10
clared his tight to a sent in the senat<.
had been "'fully confirmed.'' He ad.
co- (led thlat if, in the( future, there seem
in- edl to be0 opportunities for p~ublic ners
mna vice, he0 would not heOsitate to offer
ala himself to his state and1( country.
ew The resignation blrings to an end
1,00 a fight which already has made politi
in .cal liistory and whlichl it appears would1
ow be resumnedl early in the session of con
y. gress, now blegininfg. Convicted ir
ign Mlicigani of .a :onlspiracy to violate
ily thle election laws, Senator Newberry
Ing appealed to the supreme court, which
ire declared unglot.itutional the, stat ute
b~y undier whih ho was accused. The
in senate itself, after a long Investigation,
ng, fially conlfirmed his title to a seat by
on a margin of five votes. In the cam
ot- paignl just closedi. the case was an is
of sue in many states.
A copy of. the letter of resignation
mae sent to Governor Groesbleck was de
J. livered to Vice-President Coolidge bly
>rkc Waiter Rl. Dorsey, Mr. Newberry's see
. Receives- Coal MInlgg Machine.
hln Soluthern Pines, N. C.--The Carolina
e.Coal conipany has 'receivedl at their
mines at Coal Glen on the Deep river
lie the first coal mining mlachine to be
es. broughlt to North Carolina. It is a
w- Gloodnian shortwalh, of the mlost mod.
ed. ern type, electrically driven, capable
as. of cuitting down thi'ee 0or four carloads
of of (eCal a Alqy. A hig I1-ton hoisting
ly. egineO ha's been) added to tile lifting
its outfit, and an additional rotary, eec
sw trie-dlriven pump for unidrgon
--bring home the bacon, collar the blue vase,#
carry the message . to Garcia, etc.
TTLF Raisins, full of energy and
iron, will put the pep into you
that makes winning plays. Use vim.
like it in your business, too.
One hundred and forty-five caa
ories of energizing. nutriment in every
little -five-tent red box that you see.
Comes from fruit sugar in prac
tically predigested form-levulose, the
scientists call it-so it goes to work
almost immediately. Rich in food
Try these little raisins when you're
hungry, lazy, tired or faint. See how.
they pick you up and set you on your
"Between - Meal"
Few Women inventors. His Familiarity.
Only 297 of the 35,132 inventors "A faithll' should, is fir is i)0tB[
who last year applied to the patent ble. ant-ciate and mingle with Is
Mtlke, for protection aire wNotnen. ihe cliren,' Soleiily solh the prowiding
year before the proportion was much eider. "Make lilf one of them,
the samie. Oileiiils do not remeinher as It were, soul-"
a single instaince of a striking inven- "I 51i01.' do Ihat, parsoi,' rellisd
Ion by a woni:n. (ThP .loiuison if Itpns itige. Why,
in .o I'ainiliiir withi tile liitie cuses
I hat gi'iit'r;iliv 1 can1 tell the ninills of
Baby Relieved the iii '4111 right oif O hurile,
witli'igaskngtheir maw.''- Ixazsas
of Cold While City
Mother Sleeps ,, h~att n'v
"Whieni myl bi)es~P inive a coid I '4~iitte.'"hei
Julst give t hern Tieet hi na at bed time s i 2lWlssz oh Il ro'
andti tey are bright and1( playful nlext i \?
Iinorl1ning. Te'tthi na r'eiieves thirI tiiil
while wie alli sleep," deelires Mrs Ira
W. Rledfearn, of Mt. I'ieasaint, Texa\
Babies' cols ar1e generally eas.ilyi
broken up I fc Tet hi is triven at the FOi
first signi of tr'ouble. Let' the cold
Iriit1 til titii you arie apt to hav ie ai
mighty sick bab~y. /JtDGSW
Tet'thiuna is lierfectly hiless. It
Is the prescription of an abl)e physl- ~6BL-N
clan anri inis been universally used ~ o ae
for fifty yearis. Teethina is for' ha-.Sre el
bles~ and( lit tie childireni to clean out
their bowels aind imake them well and
happy. It COntains not narlcotc..s wihat
All goodl diruggists keep) it, or' send 2tad74Pcae.Eeyhr
300 to Dr. M~offet t LaboratorIi~iies. Co
lumbhus, (Ga., aud get a package of
Teethina ani the valuable Baby boo0k- O
"Yes; to kill fline."Acepisnrvuesdfi
l ae't'? yo anyll patt ients alj utyi rnaig-ftnma
SHE DYED A SWEATER,stnadrmdfokie'iv,
SKIRT AND CHILD'S COAT L T O '4
WITH "DIAMOND DYES"
Thich. package of "l)ia mond Dvesq" con-HA LE OL1
tainsi direetionis so siutiple anv1 wonnamn can
dye or' tint her worn, sbhldresse,,
skirts, wvaists, coats, stockinigs, swveaters,' rn uc eifadotnwr f
coverlings, drape iiries, hanlugingsj, (eerthinjg,' edydsae.Knw stentoa
.in if sie ihas never' dyed before;. liuy rmd f~~lnfo oeta 0
l)iarmondl 1)yes"--ino other kind-thlen
perfect home dyieing is sure beentise Dia-yer.Aldgis, nteeie.
mnondi )yes areo gularanteedh not to 5lpOt,boadacetoimao
fadle, streak, or runim. Tiell yonr' dr uggit
whet hem' lie mnateriail you wi'ish . to dye .is ID V1
wool or silk, or whiether' it is linen, cotton I ~ IV jiiuu
or mixed gots-derieet . ~ a
"When youi pausedl before thle begin- G T W L :F S
ning of youri speech, were you trying TFyohaebnilndtsem
to thInk of soiinethilng to say?" ja yunvrwudgtyu
"No," llnswer'ed Xenator Sorghum. srnt ak o edtewn
"I wals r'ecallilng lte sub1ject~s that I eflsrnteigadrbidn
muist lbe ('nrefuil not to metion." qaiiso d' et-agn
Cuticura Soothes Baby Rashe adcnalsett stbc hi
That Itch and burn, by hot baths sepwlfe eladB el
of Cutlcura Soap followed by gentle YordgishaGue Ppo
anlointings of Cutieura Ointment.-Magi-quortbeasyupe
Nothing better, putrer, 'sweeter,. esp~. er
cily if. a little of thI~ fragrant Cuti
cur xa T1aleumv .s dusted on lit -the flu
ishi. 25c each.-Advertisemen't.- P.' ~a ~ u
Tihe easiest way to get away from
yoli.'flf,i.r4 htiv.9.. a good laughi with ,oinbodnih~
"A fthershohl, s fr asponi 4
...ono oflumu ikg. Wy