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TAYLOR 3ECMEN IAD
OF C. N. & L. -AILWAY
To Sue(d( Lyles. Latter Declline to
St rve Atainl but Reminls its 'Vice
Prslent andt ('outnsel.
Coilmba, .\lay 20.--J. P. Taylor was
ystlerdlay (eeCted I.resident of the Co
lumnLia, Newberry & Laurens Railroadi
Comipany, suceoed(ing' J. I1. S. Lyles
who declinled reelection at the annual
Iet:ng of the stcekholders in the
(milny's; ollice yesterday morning.
.\lr. Taylor, who was vIce president
an(d general manager of the railroad,
will cIontinup as general manager as
well as3 re enwhile J. K. S.1es
w.ill s,-rve with the company as a mem
1er of the .board of directors, a:; vice
president. and a general coun sel.
Mr. Taylor, who Ia a native of
Rocky Mount, N. C., begaii hi rail
road 'exierlence over 20 year's ago n.
a telegra!ph operator with the Atlan
tic Coast railroad in North Carolina.
IIn 190'l he caie to Columibla as freight.
agent for the Atlantic Coast Line rail
road also becomin u freight agent for
the Columbia, Newberry & Ianrens
ra i roa d. In M117 Mr. Taylor went to
( amp Jackson as genieral agent for the
Atlantic Coast I.ne, the Southern and
tlie Seab:oard Air taine railroads, serv
ing thcre in handling troop movements
In and out of the canj until 1919 when
he re'turned to the Colunibia, Newberry
& Laurens Co. Two years ago he was
matle general manager of the road and
last year became vice president antl
general manage', J. B. S. Lylcs being
iamied t:residenlt to sutcceed John F.
ivingston, who had died inl 1918 hile
viresident of the road.
All other oflicers of the colPany
were reelected as follows: C. P). ta
brook, secretary asd treasurer; Lyles
ani I.yle, general counsel; .1. T. Stew
art, auitoi; !. A. Tarrer, commercial
a lent; W. J1. Craig, passenger ttrallc
mianager; R. A. Brand, freight tra lle
manager, and A. 11. Shepird, freight
No Worms In a Healthy Child
Ali children troubled with Worms have an un.
healthy color, which indicates poor blood, and as a
rule, there is more or I ess stomach distrbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC elven regu
larly for two or three weeks will enrich the blood.
Improve thodigestion, and actas a generalStrength
ening Tonic to the whole syntem. Nature will then
throw off or dispel the worms, and the Child willbe
in perfect health. Pleasant to take. 60c per bottle.
To Stop a Cough Quick
take HAYES' HEALING HONEY, P
cough medicine which stops the cough by
healing the inflamed and irritated tissues.
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and
Crbup 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.
The healing effect of Hayes' Hie'iing Honey in
side the throat combined with the healing effLect of
Grove's o-Pen-Trato Salve through the pores of
the skin non stops a cough.
Both rernedles are packed In one carton and the
cost of the conbined treatment is 35c.
Just ask your druggist for HAYES'
DIXIE HOUSE COMPANM
IS YOUR BEAU
Interesting Experience of a Texat
Women Knew About Car,
Navasota, Texas,-Mrs, W. M. Peden,
of this place, relates the following iterest
Ing account of how she recovered her
strength, having realized that she was
actually losing her health:
"Health is the greatest th. 6, in the
world, and when you fcel that gradually
slipping away from you, you certainly sli
up and take notice. That is what I did
some time ago when I found myself In a
very nervous, run-down condition o1
health,. I was so tired and felt so lif eless
I could hardiy go at all.
"I was jutst no account for work. I
would get a bucket of wvater and would~
feel so weak I would have to set it down
before I felt like I could lilt it to the shelf,
in this condition, of course, to do even
my housework was a task almost im
possible to accompllshl.
"1 was . . . nerVOUS and easily upset.
At.torney (eiieral Inaugurates Annual
eIeting. Elyort to (net Crime on
Wilne and Exchange o; idens.
Columbia, .lay 20.-Attorny Gen
eral Wolfe is calling a mctilng of the
solicitors of the state for the latter
vart of June or the first part of .11uly,
to be held in Columbia. Nesides the
solicitors the governor, the -attorney
general and the assistant attorney
qgeneral will be present.
Among the regular papers ass-istgned
will be the follow ing: "Temporary In
sanity and Its Abuse in Criminal Cases
as a Defense;" "The liippocket D
ifense and Its Dangers to SocIety;"
"Recommended Changes in ourt M ro
cedure for the lore ICx peditions Trial
of Crinminals and Administering o.
Justice in the Court of Sessions;
Circuit Solicitor and 1lls C,; portin i
ties for Suppressing Crm'e "Te
SolIcitor and .1Ils Moral Weight inl thle
Community;" "Aniusing Invidents anmid
the Iluman Side of the Criminal
Court." Governor Cooper will con
tribute a paper on the subject of "Some
of the influences Tending to Crinl of
Today and Ilow to k'hecck Tihemn."
"You may have all the mach in ery
possible behind the solicitor," said the
attorney general yesterday, "btit if he
himself should fall in his dity, tli e ma
chinery is of no avail. lie is the most
important factor in the enforeing of
the law against crime. lie has never
passed for Iis true worth nor come in
for his merited interest and (ICom
menclationi. There is nothing ..\ hieh
contributes more to Ieidering a public
oillcial indiffere(n 1 in the prosecoution
of hiis duties than to have him feel
that the public I. iidifferent."
The at torney general says that lit'
hopes to inatigurate what Will be II
annual event with the Soilcito's and
the attorney general and effect J
closer' and more vital relattioni::ip
among the meimbors of ils dchart -
inent. In the midst of the .stounding
crime that has bzeen prevaling in Souith
Carolina no less than elsewhere iI
the CoIntry, the solicitors have, to a
man, been working diligently and with
splenldi(1 results. The statisties in tle
offien of the attorney *eneral show
that the peorcentage of acrilittals has
been small and that the IImjorit'. of
'>mieide cases have been won by the
Another feature of the meeting will
be a report of a special commit teA
.pini)hted for the purpose of drafting
a revised form of indietment. It will
be shorter and more shnm1P p lified Ihana
tiat in pres'ent use. "There is no rea
-on why tie annual meeting of these
offimers soltId not bear in an i mporlt
ant degree in the interest In stl:ress
Ing crine,'" the attorney general said.
iupped from factory In easy-to
13nd11 sections. Quickly and easily
'ected by our simuple instr'uctions.
bsolutely rigid and wveather tight.
ouble walls in most designs. En
during. Delightful to livo in.
Deosigns changed to suit your
Ideas, withiout charge, if general
size retained. Sketches supplied
Stato kind of house you want to
build andI we w Ill send soie
clial suggestions and free
illustrated booklet which
gIves dlesigns, floor plans.
dlescriptions and money-sav
1010 COSOR~fOVE AVENUE,
NORlTH CHARLESTON, S. C.
L.ady Who Declares That if More
mlu They Would Be Spared
is and Worry.
I couldn't rest well at night and was ..,
"I heard of Cardul and after reading I
decided I had some female troulle that
wvas putling me down. I sent for Cardul
and began It...
"In a very short while after I began the
Cardul Home Treatment I saw an Im
provement and It wasn't long until I was
all right-good appetite, splendid rest,
and much stronger so that I easily did my
"Later I took a bottle of Cardul as a
tonic. I can recommend Cardul and glad
ly do so, for if more women knew, it
woumld save a grcat deal of worry and
The enthusiastic praIse of thousands oh
other women wvho have found Cardul
helpful shoul~d convince you that It is
worth trying. All druggists sell it,
WOULD REOGNIZE IEXICO
'UNDElt PLAN SllTE
Detinite Statement 1'repare(d 4)t1liinlg.
(ConIdithins of Rtcogniton, ("rge
T. Suiummerlin to DIelyicr Steentii.
Washington, .lay 22.-A deilni It
statement outlining the conditions ipi
on which the United States would ex
tenmd 1r('.cognition to tle Oltr'egOn gov
eniiment of .\lexico has been Preimred
for It )IIisslon to Iresident Obregon.
This statetnt in the form of -a memo
randunt, itI was said tonight, will be de
livered to Obregon by Geo. T. Sulumer
liln, c(omselor of the Amer!ean (-ilm
bassy at .\lexico, who is expecied t')
leave for Mevxico this woCk. I It was
ummioned hre a month ago by ti<
secretary of state to give first hanud inl
rom-nationt concern In the situat ion in
The conditins for recognitioni, it .i
undercl,.sitood, are /raet cally identical
vithl tie recomm enI ('udatiois mail Ly
Secretary Fall inl his report t fi le last
sssioI of CoIngress as chairmian of a
Sub -comlittee of the Senate forei;;n
relations cominiittee whi cl in vest igat
(d the M.i aan l aciution.
The important feature of the cam
munieation is said to be the inosisi ne
that Obregon must sign some doetim'ent
givin; assirane that American.; and
their interes;ts .% ili i;e pio;:erly saf -
guarded il xleico ef'ore ithe United
States Will consider the rcsumlption of
formal relations with that country. If
such assurances are given, it i.: ise
lieved that livienry I. Iletche r, unde.
secretary of stite, viho was ambailiaysa
drl) to Mexico for a time under the
Wilson adIm inst ration until lihe rc
niginut because of disapproval of that
-admin0istration's pollcy toxard .\lexi
CO, will le designated to represent the
United States in drafting a treaty.
The comiunii icati:e n whii ich Mr. Su:n
merlint will deliver to General Obre
goi contains nothing whieli van jus
tify its being characterized .as -,n ul
timatumn, but, it is uniderstood the
Mexican executive will be left in no
doubt as to tie determination of the
American administration to see that
Aterican interests -are not indefinit e
ly diseriminated against. It is said
to have beon prepared not only with
the knowledge of Secretary Fall, but
in collaboration with him.
Among the conditions set forth, are:
E10iinatilion of those 0%irovisions of
Artile 27 or the Mexican constitution
relating to the nationalization of the
sub-soil rights insofart' as they effect
the tenure of land to which title wa:;
ob1 tained pr ior to the adr>::tion of the.
constitution in 1917.
I-lliiation of the proviionls vuIeih
'dep'r1iive Americans of the righlt of
diploiiatic appeal inl ea ses iwhere
property is acquired.
Alodificat ion of til' provisions which
rven't Airicals acquir!inat and owni
inll :',, rt wit.hi c rt in zo e
along the Mexican coasts and interia
Assuratce that Ar\ticle o the
an.-:ttin provid:n for tle ex, ul
sx:ion of "ierniciolus foreign tr" will
not hei aplied Io Amieticanis withot
the filIim o f lharges andti the oppir
tunity of' a fair trial.
Mod(hi icatic n of t he pirov iiionS r:
erintg religiou s worship I in suich in-in
nier thatt Ameicmn clergy shall hiava
the right to ex'ercise the functions nts
alini their idtnominat ions.
It also is sutggested thait thle t wo
govettnt s agree to thle c rea tion of
aL iui xd ci out for the adljudcitnt ioni of
Va rg, Woth l AMI:IIICA TlOl.\Y3
Farg, SuthDakota, Forum.
What's the matter n i Amtierica
Too manny dllamondls; not inough:
Too many silk sirts; not enoutgh
Too many po1 ited toed shoes; not
cenough square-toed ones.
TCoo many serge stilts; not enough'Z~
Tioo miany sat in iupholst ered Ilimou
sines, anduu nt. enough co1ws.
'Too miany conisumilers, andl not1
Too much oil stock, andl not
(niouigh savings accoun ts.
Too nmuch envy of the resuttsi of
haiird wvork, and too little de ire to
Too many desiring short cuts to
wealth and too few willinug to pay the
. o uh of thie spirit oif 'get while
the getting is good," and not enough
Iof the old-fashIoned chr ist inn ity.
Too mitch dllicontent that venmts it
self in mtere comphlaining, and too lit
tce real effort to remedy conditions.
Too much class conscloousness, amtI
too little commuioni dlemocracy and hove
(Card of Tihanks
We wish to thank outr friendls for
the tmnny dleeds (If ki Indne ss, thie. love
ly flowetrs and other tokens of sym'
Pathy, duii ing the Illnhess antd dthli of
our1 lovedl 0nes. iachi favor' will ever'
be ihierishecd by
Mrst'. WmV. J. D~onnon and Family.
hIantnc S. ('. P. r' n)
fl-a C.oa me
The pleasure is worth it. There's no sub
stitute for Camel quality and that mild,
fragrant Camel blend.
The fellow who smokes Camels, wants
Camels. That's because Camels have a
smoothness, a fragrance and a mildness you
can't get in another cigarette.
Don't let anyone tell you that any other
cigarette at any price is so good as Camels.
Let your own taste be the judge. Try
Camels for yourself. A few smooth, refreshing
puffs and you'd walk a mile for a Camel, too.
PI. J. REYNOLDS Tobacco CQp
Winstorx.Salom. N. C.
New Organization, Taking Full Control,
Turns Prices Back Three Years
The last step in the Maxwell reorganization was the salc of the Max
wvell properties to the nlew and powerful organization, May 12.
The first step of the necw organization was to raisc the value of the good
Maxwell still higher, by restoring prices to the former low level of 1918.
The reduction is $150 on each of the four models, effective at once.
This is the second price revision made by the new organization; and
the total reduction frorn the high level, since Sept. 28, 1920, has been
$310 on Open cars and $350 on closed cars.
What this latest action means, literally, is turning back Max-well
prices to the basis of 1918.
The truth is that the good Maxwell today is a better car than it was
three years ago.
It has been given a new goodness, by lowering costs, by increasing
plant efficiency, and by greatly impqroving the manufacturing practices.
The new organization nowv owns the great Maxwell piants outright.
Its way is clear to carry out in full its larger plans and policies.
It pledges itself never to stop working for the further betterment of
the good Maxwell, and for the greater satisfaction of p~esn and
future owners of this good car.
New Price L ist
Touring Car $845 Roadster $845 Coupe $1445 Sedan $1545
F. 0. 1). Facory, war tax to be added
Carolina Auto Co., Inc.
Phone 404 Laurens, S. C.