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31EN TAkE PA 'r IN POLiTi's
PresbytertIn Generilj AsseIIIl. al
CIIerian tid ira nhel Nutional (1oji.
ventionls 31eets, lieSs 310thods
in ('hitreh ItNien is Urged
Phliladelh)lita, MLay 20.-John VN.
er, in his moderatorial address at the
oliling sessioni licre today of the
general assembly of the Presbyterian
church in the t'lited States, ulrge(d
chIrchlien to take an active part in
the .yolities of tile Country and s
IleeIal ly to h1'd tlelI' effort s toward
the movement for Amriennzation 'in
its relation bti to ilm ini'.rat ion an-l
. 1 t. e:- :-p !w oh -il atriotisil and
'Piety." ie offered religion as a an
tidote to the note of pessimism, he
said prevails throuighout the country.
"There are enough loval Chttreen
today." he Weclared, ' ho do not
swerve fromt the right and who count
migith iill potliis, blusinevs and So.
ciety, to dlispel the n Iessliimistie Crie.
of despiir division an( discord. 'T'lh'y
are ringing out islead new forward
moving watchwordk, slich as Ciist,
Advoea ting the dportat ion of un1-1
desirable alilens, \l r. I loer said the
perianient preselice in this country Of
those wIto are not Citizens of it atnd
who refuse to be)eoie such, Is a se
ials meinaee to tie American people.
"TIhe hyphn 0a1t(A non-Citizen, lie do
Ia red, is no longer to he trusted.
Pussyfootling politicians an( money
grabbing ne wspapers neeustomled 4-o
truckling the so-called undesirables in
order to gain] alion stIPPort , aie be
ing condemlied by tihe% returned sol
diers Us well as by the aroused loyal
native or natulrIal Ized itizen. Th1e
alien, who !s here for good or Ill,
shotild have just handling, bt if lhe
renains an ainielin and refuses to be
come a inatu1ralized citizen hie shotul1d
b left out of all vivic affairs. Should
he. In unwI]ustltioled disloyalty to our
governitIlill. try to start solething
which results in destruction of law
and order and property, he should he
given a fair trial and If foulnd guilty,
speedily 0lent hack to tile land whence
Air. Daer pleadet! for bHliness methi
ods in clitirch affairs and also rebuked
laymen who fall to apply to the bu1si
ness of the church thmesame rigid
roles of successful operation thqt they
apilly to their prIvate affairs. lie
closed hi.4 addresq with a strong plea
for organic union of all evangelical
churches and especially for the wilp
Ing out of the lilies of division be
tween1 the nortli and south branches
of the Presbyterian church.
Se . e me*e ~ .
COOKING THE 000SE. *
Ot1ir doctor was the only man In
these parts that had a cooking stove.
Our ol( times said his food wasn't
fit to eat, it tastedi of smoke and wvas
scotrched up1, dhbin't have the Ilavor of
the Pot ando ov'en cooking beCfore the
open fIre-place. Iln hiis rounzds lie
hPleked~ up a goose, and1( ordiered Itis
cook to dlress it ando hake it in the.
store. 11is wife was sick ini bed and
hie bossed theii 'ooikinig. On insplectioni
the goose was not bakintg to Suit hiimi.
lie told1 aitnda that alhe dl~in't. know
howv to lake a goose. You go and(1
waiit. 0n youlr mistress5, andl~ send~ her
liltrse, .\l iss Cyntlha, shte is a good cook,
and11 e(n bake ,~I a goose all right. .\li 1s
('ynthta took charlge and (lid not suit
the doctor in Iherc uolinary art. .\l iss
Cynthta, you Cana go back toi 30our I'a
tient. I will Call Steiphen from his
pilow, I know lie ean liniish cookinig ihe
goose to miy lik inag. St tehi made a
1)ad( failure ais a cook, for lie wats bet
ter suied for the 11low 'than ihn
klichen. IDock sa id t hat hte col d bake
the goose good anid brtown. ie put a
toarinig fIre In to the stove ando it wasi
not long before lie smtelt somthi~iingi
bu1rig-th le goose wvas abiot1)1 brne'l
upi. lie calld hi iis dog, Ca rio, anid
pit chedC the goose oilt inuo te yard to
im i. ie saddolled his htoise and old1(
ils folks that lie was going down to
Jimmy113 Andersn'P(1 s, hiis wife was a goodl
cook anad ".ould( gIve h1111 somethI ig lit
D~ock was a fine hand in maoking anid
lyving pills, but as a ('ook he w~as a
failure. Every3 mnan to his Itrade!
After you .eat-always take
Instantly rollevee Heartburn, Bloated Gasey
Fieling. Stope indigeetion, food eouring. re.
peating, and all the many mieries caused by
EATolNIC la the beet remedy. Tens of thioa
mends wonderfully benefited. Positively gz,
~e topleae or we wil refund ,oiy
adeta big boE today, You willeS
Laurenst Drug Co., Jeurens, S..
WITH11[ 1) IELIW.AVES
Primary k'ystei Falls to DIeelop niiy
Outsti Il 11 Canddate for Replienniell
Presidentlial 'Nomlinaion. The Slle.
cessful Candida411te .Mu1st Obtain 4193
Chicago, May 20.--UnnstrI'ucted del
egates and the delegates w'ho -will cast
Iheir first ballot for "favorite sons"
will he in tile mhfjority at the Republi
can National Convention opening here
The, imarllI11y system, although n
effect in many States, has failed to
develop ally outstandiing candidate for
tile party'' pre4identlial nonl mation, for
913 delegates already chosen less Ihan
-100 have beeunI instructed, and their
vote is (ividd iamong several (ani
I'nder the Republicanl con ven ion
rule, wheli requires a maijority to
Ilonlilate, the success'fil I candidate
11m1st obain at least -193 vols.
For.Nv-three States and ilve distric:s
and Territories h1.avo elected !91:, del
(gates. The reillailling seventy-olle of
the !)83 il 'iil sit in the COlIven
liun are to be Chosen by Oregon, TIexas
Ver~mont, Washinlgton, and W~est Vir
Alajor Gen. Leonard Wood is lead
i (g the field with 1 15 delegates in
structed for himl. The cre(deltials com
mittee. which mIeets here May 31 to
decidie con tests a11(1 pre'pare Ile t'ill
porary roll of the convention, may
make Some chaiges in tile list of In
strlcted delegatos, however, as there
are 10.1 contes-ts IeId1ing.
Se-na tor liraill Johnson, of Califor
nIla, has all evel 100 instructed del e
gates and Governor Frallk 0. I owdel
of Illinois, seventy-eight. Senator
Warreln G. Iarding of Ohio has thirty
11ine votes phledged from Ills holli
State and Judge Pritellard of North
Carolina, seventeen, Ailes IPoindexter
is expected to get tile fourteen votes
case by rashington.
* IllIENDSIP111 NEWS.
Friendship, May 2.I.-We failed to
have services at this place Sunday
afternoon, the pastor being sick.
Mr. Reed Cooper and family spent
Sunday with .Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
M1r. A. S. Riddle is in Woodruff visIt
ing J. W. Riddle.
Aliss L-etha Williams spent the
week-end with her sister, Mrs. L. D.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. 'Riddle were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Rogers
Little Marguerite Jones Is visiting
her aint, .Mrs. 'Belle Connor.
Mirs. Alary Richard is visiting lr.
and Mrs. John Carter.
Mr. Wash, Scoggins, of Greenw9od,
spent -Wednesday in this commullnity.
Alr. and Mrs. Al. L. Rogers, M'. alil
Als. Thad Rogers slent Sunday with
relatIVes n~earl Laulrens.
Mr'. and Mr's. W. (1. Riddle, Mr. A. B.
and~ Carl RIdle attended commilence
mlenlt ait WVoodrnff Friday nighlt'
Mr',s. L. D). 'llill and .\liss Leltha'
with .\llrs. S. E. Riddle.
Miss5 Almlia (Cook anid brother0, toss,
visited Mi'. anld Mrs. S. W. Cook Sun I
Alris. S. l'. Riddle, .\lr Denni111s and
.\l iss lila D). Garre'it te madet a bus5j~ intus
tip to FountaIn 11nn Fridlay.
. lII,LS (llll,lDiIEN
Geor'gln 1oman11 ('uts Th'Ironts5 of' her
Four I'f hildireni Then(9 Tiurnsi liasor'
Chith belt, GIa., May 23.-Mrts. W. II.
Wai'd, of CuIthiber't, slashled the thlroat s
of' her'isel f and foulri of her' flye cildren 0i
with a i'a'zor' ear'ly today, according to
thle 11ollee, w~hile her husband lay
asleep) in an~ a~djoIninlg room1. .\len'tal
der'ianlgmnlt froml long illness'5 w'as~
said( by her famil to1 have caused tihe
One of thed 011( hlren, a girl of 5,
died from the inljuri'es, two otherls
were said to be ill a ci'itic'al conlditioni,
ar'e expeocted to rcover.
Accoi'ding to ithe police, Warid was
ar'oused by thle screams of 111e (il
drien and~ ran linto the r'ooml in tim111 to
grlappile with hbi s wife' as she slashed
hiei own thr'oat. Hie over'power'ed hecr
and gave the alar'm. Mr's. Ward was
pilacedl in thle care of a p1hy'sician wvho
adinIstered a driug to qiet 11er
nlerves and( n10 statemlent of thle affaIr
had been obtained from lher tonlghlt.
She Is about 35 yeai's old1. AuthorIties
expresse5d thle oplinlon thaft anl e'ffor't
would be made to place thle woman
in an institution and that no charge
of mlurder wvould be placedl against
All of the childrenC wvho were in
jnre'dl were gIrls, rangIng In age from
6 to .10 years. Ora, who was killed,
was the younlgest child whomn the
WILIL IEIAIN OUT
Union Vice-President, Orders Men to
Stay Outnless "Ultiminit tin" With.
At!anta, Ga., May 23.-The order I
sent out from national headquarters
of 1he Brotherhood of 'Railroad Clerks
for the clerks on the Central of Geor
gia railway to return to work has
been countermanded, J. W. Nelson,
grand Vice-president of the, union,
statedl here tonight.
Mr. Nelson wNas shown a (opy of a
telegram from 'E. '11. Ftzgerald, sec
retary of the brotlherhood to Central
officials in Savannah, saying Mr. Ntel
son had beenl instructed to order thle
clerks hack at once "if they are on
stike.'' V(eA)resident Nelson said
after recipt or the instructions iv
talked over the telephonie with Sec
retary Fitzgeral(d in Chicago, and a
resul . of their conversation was the
order -was resciled.
The clerks will temain out at
least until the Central withdrawa its
annilottneement that thiri places will
if you wara
on a mech
you to inlV4
be filled u1nless they retuin by Mon
day inorning, he continued. General
Man.ager Downs, of the Central, on
receipt of the telegrain from Seere
tary li'tzgerald had extended the tine
liini to lIonlday 110011.
Vice-l'residenlt Nelsoni had said
ea ri er In the nligh t that general
chalirnien represen t-ing IIe orgaiie/d
clerks on 29 lines in the southeast hadl
rnevt Iere today and approved the walk
out. The clerks claim to have q1u1it
work oil refisal of the road to grant
theiln a conference at Which it was un
derstood v.ag Iatters were to be dis
cissed. The road asserts that ities
tion has been taken out of their hannls
by the national railroad board.
HitanIer Hill, (Jhtnislone, N, ,J, Sells
Rat-SNAl", He Says.
"I sell and use RAT-SNA). Like to
look aiy m1ali iin the face and tell it's
the best. It's good." 1'eopl i like IAT
S\Njl because it "does" kill rats. Pet
ri leS CCness-- eaves no smell. CoImies
in eakes---no iixing to do. Cats or
logs won't touch ii. Three sizes, 25c,
)0(e, $1.00. Sold and gilaranlteed
kan rn1 Il Ifalware Co., Putnam'is Drug
.Store, Kennedy lros.
iy of You]
7 to the shortne
are advancing e
it a new car, wil
e. We have or
u haven't seer
estigate same b4
04 and We
veYov a D
J. Y. MIL AM,
GOOD GEORGIA LAND
'This is'a reall inlvestment)I
op part un 11it y. We oll'er ...-1id
oIria lad, 65 per e.$25.00
now un1dlr cltiva1tionl, willh
:i1l prov11eeInts Stich. as )ar1., An Acre
I 'an111lt h 11lI5C5. MeC., ill rood
l lit i td 22 v Only $3.00 Acre
TIeis. 1 Ifre Cash; Balance 22
niiie ini 22vtIs it 6 p evIl! Years at 6 Per Cent
lieI's'. W rite i s tolay for_
Cl Cider ation 6P Ce
Or nr i e wi M-11:Esinte m114 Guaran1.ti11ee CO., WalLrner, S. C.
M E RS
ss of material all the au
have had to curtail the
very 30 to 60 days. Now
th a graceful refined body
Chassis now is the time
ie of them left.
L this new job it will pay
Will Be Glad to