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TWO IMEN TRAILING '
PAIR OF ROBBEIRS
Florence Shopkeeper Gives Details of
Columbia, Feb. 9.-W. P. Coleman
and his son, Oscar Coleman, came
from Florence yesterday expecting to
take a look at Moore and Butler, two
white men, who were arrested in Co
lumbia last Friday morning and tak
ein to Rockinghamn, N.' C., to answ4v to
the charge of robbing stores. Oscar
Coleman was held up and robbed last
ruesday night at Florence, and -he
said he read with interest the report
of the capture of Moore and Butler
who he believes are the men who op
Prated in his store.
Young Coleman visited IChief Rich
ardson in his office yesterday and enx
plained the details of the holdup. The
man said he was clerking in his fath
,er's store and four customers were in
the place. A car rolled up and two
men left the machine and came in the
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shop. One of the men commanded hin
to hold up his hands at the 4point of i
shining revolver while the othe
stran'ger held up the four customer
with two guns. Coleman said he los
$56 in the robbery, and the other rob
Oer took every cent the customers hai
The visitor from Florence proceedei
to describe the two robbers and it fit
ted the appearance of Moore and But
ler in every detail. The guns, belt an
cartridges were described as the twi
men appeared when arrested in Co
lumbia. The chief asked Coleman I
he thought he could identify the auto
mobile they used and he replied In th<
affirmative, The visitor was told tha
the car was parked in the neighbor
hood of the barracks, and the visito
spotted the car with ease. He sal'
the machine had a new spot light an
when the car was examined the ligh
was at the point lie mentioned. HI
description of the men and machin
was complete in every detail.
The Colemans decided that Moor
and Butler must be the men who con
ducted the Florence robbery and the
left for Rockingham yesterday t
identify the men.
Women Guard Slam Palace.
Women police, an Amazon guar(
for the ;nost part old and unattra
tive, have long been an institution I
Slam. As gatekeepers of the Won
an's palace in Bangkok, they are a
siped to a special vocation. One c
their duties is to follow any visite
who visits the palace and remain wit
,him or her until their departure. The
see that no mischief Is done, and thn
no one annoys the Indies of the cour
The women police are attired in a dif
tinctive uniform, but are not nrmet
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H KISSIONAIUES CAN
J.froninent Preacher Declares Re.
t lliclous Work can do More than
I Washington, Feb. 8.-A few well
equipped missionaries could do-dmore
I to pacify Mexico in one month than
- an army of soldiers could accomplish
. in a century. jDr, S. Earl Taylor,
I executive secretary of the interchurch
world movement, told the national
conference of church women here to
f day in a plea for the application of
Christian iprinciples to problems con
fronting the world.
t Europe is in desperate straits, espe
- cally from (v religious standpoint, Dr.
"Only a short time ago I was in
Budapest and spent an entire day try
t ing to get a clergyman out of Jail," he
told the conference. "The only crime
he had committed was that of preach
Ing the gospel of Jesus Christ."
Dr. Abram C. Cory, director of the
series of pastors' conferences would
be held in every state between Febru
ary 16 and March 26, -preparatory to
the financial campaign which .will be
inaugurated in April.
At today's sessions plans were
made by women representing 28 or
more religious denominations and
faiths to combine to overcome what
was characterized as the dangerous
f ly insidious modern tendency towards
r indecent clothes, inidecent dances and
"tunes of African jungle syncopatibn".
y The conference decided unanimously
to convene In every state a series of
mothers' meetings, at which it is pro
hosed to enlist every woman inl the
campaign, and at the same time a
committee was appolinted to consider
the advisability of making the issue
an Integral part of the interchurch
Announcement also was made that
various boards, co-operatling with the
linterchurch: movement, intend to
spend $500,000 for the evangelization
and care of children. In an eaort to
make religious services entertaining
to children it is planned to introduce
moving pictures in Sunday schools.
MI. BETHEL NEiWS. *
Mt. Bethel, Feb. 9.-The Improve
ment Association of Mt. Bethel school
will give a. play on tie night of Feb.
14th, "An Old Fashioned Mother". The
twelve characters are as follows:
Doborah 1linderbill, a mother in Is
rael - - Polly Davis
Wilder Bill Pindle, leader of the choir,
Miss Louisy Loving Custard, :plain
sewing and gossip, Rosa Lee Davis
Isabelle Simpseott, the village belle,
'Willie Mae Cook
- Seekey P1indle, the widder's mite,
Gloriana Perkins, as good as gold.
I Agnes Cook
-1lohn U nderb Ill, the prodigal son,
I Char'ltoni 8:llivan
\Vayne Garr'Iet I
J1onahi Quiaek enbush, a wh ite sepul chrme
.I(erem~ihGislinsg, ai merry heart,,
iinoch'liI onie, anm outclast, a wa'ndeltrer,
. Jeff Wood
Quintmus Todd, th'e C'ounty Sherilf,
imne of' playing: two hiours andl lii
tee'n iimintesi. Admission 15 andc '25
Mr i. \Valter' liedden andl faiy of'
Green vill e, spent th le week-end w ith
orf Don~alds,) were thle SuRndlay gnts1
of M,1r. C'harley K ill ingswvorthI and famn
Miss Rtosa Lee D~avis spient Satur'
day night with .\iss Agnes Cook.
Mr. Iloward CVarlisle was the Satur
dlay night guest of Mr. '11111lie Wood.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Giari'ettv spent
the wveek-end in Greenville.
i. John A. D~avis of this section is
bimlding a new residence.
Mri i. B. C. Cook has puirc'hased a now
TBorn to Mr11. and~ Mrs1. Wil lie Priior
on the 5th instant, a girl.
Mrs. WVesley Gaines, of Augusta, Ga.,
wvas the Sunday guest of .\lri. and M\rs.
J. II. D~avis.
Hloinor Itoll of iaiis schoiol,
For' nionith begInning Jlanuaryv .11h
andi eniding .January 310th, ..\Iss Cecil
Owings, lincipal andl MiJss Al va Stod
dar'd, t eacher' of pirlmariy giades:
Fouirth G rade-NelI Harrils it ufus
Giraydon,. -1)uise Curry.
Fifth CGriade--.Vlor'a Grayd'lon, Idl~he
May Griaydon, Uria Cuirry, Jack II arriis,
Sul (Grade--Osteen Mc('all.
Sevo ath (;rade-l Ia ii A hiei(romi
ble1, Al t a C aminpbell, iern est I uriry.
C'laud H arris.
Coldo Cause (Grlp and Influenza
LAXATIVE~ BRlOMO QUININE Tabicto remove the
cause. There Is only one "Bromo Qui.ne."
E. W. GR OvE"< einnuen nt on bx Sc
When William Payne, the banker at
Bisonville, decrc.cl that no farmer who did
not raise cows as well as wheat could borrow money
from him, the angry grain wrrowers almost lynched
bim. But they had to do as he demanded-and today
his county is an oasis in a blowaway dosrt, his do
positorc and borrowvr aro proopcrous farmors, his
bank is looked upon as the agricultural father of the
wholo countryside. Sucha i Thc Po1er cf lVioney
for Good. Herbert Q.;ick, formerly a member of the
Farm Loan Board, tells the 1 -tory in the February 7th
q ifle cU T
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