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letion Deferrel oil Propos(d, 1'n1llen.
lion (if 4 Ocet-s of PrVesbyterblt
St. L louis, Mlay 19.-Ation on the
PIropo;ed iti leation of tihe live Creeds
of PreshyterianI clhuircihes in the U'nited
States; was deferred until next year by
the sixty-first general assembly of the
Southern PresbyterianI churelh, which
opeele here today.
The Reverend A. V. Curry, of the
Fercnd Presbytcrian chutirch, of Mom
phis, Ton., was elected mtoderator.
In ll'y~ng action on union, the as
semblily eidorsed the recommendation
of a commuiiittee appointed last year to
forminulatu a constitution for the pro
p d atuai:lama:ttion, which eitmItested
alother y(ar Io consider the plan, ex
pl-ainin, to loss of time wouhl be en
tailed. ; t..vo of the sylods have not
yet t1t an d fiaal <h'cisiont could nto lhe
r'cl'hd thii y'ar. The colmitotee sug
gested also thit delay w otlid give ad
ditioial timte for sm:>othig outder
el-e ol oinion between. the churcs.
SThle Ihrernd TIhomas II. Law, of
ari laniimra S. t .. wis re-elected
st1teil clerk and ex.\-o!iel tIrC:asI''
for three' ycar;s. The Ieel etion was the
first under the rule limitin the term .
T'he leverend .1. I). Leslie, of Cis,
Texa,. was rI-elelced eria nent ('leek.
Juloius 8. Sile, of \\'ayertoss. (Ga., was
appinted lr:(dinIg clerk anld l(w. vred
L. 1j. 1.ynn,11) Clint~on, S.C., temo rar%0 ty
.\linor olleros of thiCe assembly wi
b' el e" thl morrow whent cominilte;;
aro ..e alpo!it d.
A gave1 given the ncw ilodleraitor i.;
inau cl %4 .0d l'frainl first l'tcsl'yteriant
churct i'h ;Itilt hkere' ill I S:0.3. aild bewa I's
a1 sil-vr platze made from the first votn1
11itmionl (.11:1 of the churlch.
Ile lo"' tlolerato. 'lulded ftie werk
of II ree.s;r Ito\. WalterL.
Li l oRichmond, \'a.
The rti~1' i'in'm'otol as well as
his ucesr mhizdthe in mort
ItnCe of1 developing foreign milssiotns. I
Stsint, imprortancve of* a coml
preOOnive1.- evange-listic program, Rev.
B.;P. IHill of l, uisvill'e, asserted work
ers shtouhl herom00e intimately actioaint
ed with the youth of the chrillches and
Ilte you'fl viewpoint.
"If you don't (n1o.0 antything about
'H1ahe' Ri, huy a newsaiiper and
the spor.tin ews,"' he said.
Ie contdtmnIaotd presentt tteencies in
womni's drss5, 'htaring there is "too
nuc It g ort'get te ant.11d too little godli
Engraved Cards and Invitations.
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Jones, 3May 23.-On last Monday LulL
MeIntosh, colored, living with Ilon. .
J. -leacliai, rxwas thrown froim, herb.
gy in a ruilaway and fatally injured.
The contractors are pushing the
work on the halndsomle comnany fAore
,-t \nare Shoals.
W'e wvere in Greenwood laIt week
and as, usual, met with la most cordial
greeting from onur genial, warmi-hneart
Tle an nual dinner was give n thel
veterans of the Civil War on the 10t
inst., by the l. ). C.'s of Ware Shials.
Prof. Dextor 10lledge presided;I Rev.
L. Ml. Smith of r\\'ae Shoals. openled
the meeting with prayer; Rev. J. .l.
Dallas of I6onalds, exitended -. cor--d4iaI
weleonie to the ,rand li veteranOs an(
Dr. E. .1. Smith of (IreC( n ood. was I the
orator of the occasion. The exercises
were it erspursed with appropriate
tu.ic and songs -and(1 everyonie enijoye'l
the delightful otcasion and ciarmiung
hospitality of tile C. ). C.'s of Ware
Shoals. We hoie tile grand old veter
ans may le sparedI to attenl iany of
hese delightful o oecasons.
Ailolg the veterians who att eniled
Ile old soldiers' dIinnler at Ware -hIoaIh;l
was ou r warm friend, Col. Itobert
Arnold, of lIonea Path. but formerly
of Prinectol. I e is .S and is the only
Von federate Colonel ill South Carolina.
At !)1 mo ths of age he began to walk
ald h1as14 wallied every day since%.
Ms. L4awson Schuilipert, of Ware
Shoals, passeid away oi the 11t1 inst.,
and \as l:il to re.t at Ware Sh(als
veri'etory in til' e r.en(e of a Lrge
assemii blage of arw i ng r lative.i al-.'.
friends. Ier pstor, leV. . M. Smith,
cond: ucted the funeral service. .\l s.
SChumpl liert 1was a m1ost excellent wo
man and her bereaved family have the
iemldorest symhipatiy of all of her ac
Mr .\lcoro of Colum1bia, ageit of the
State, was at Ware Shoal; on the 1N'th
\Ir. .1. A. Itill recently visited rela
tive; and friends in Abbeville and
G reen wood.
Clareice Alorrison, a pu1pil of Hailey
Instiitte, Greenwood, spint the week
end with his g1irandpareits, lion. an1d
Mis. J. P. MorrIson.
We have had an abundance of rain
andt we hoi; e the farmillers will roo;n
Iiave stands of cotton.
'Ihere was quarterly Ineeting at
Kings Chapel on I Ith inst., anud PLre
siding Hider lloller preached a ve ry
Strong eduational sermon the follow
t Sleeve-valve moto,
gly free from care an<
ages above 20 miles
ce is a source of .lastii
rices, f. o. b. Toledo, Ohi,
$2195; June 1, .
s 2195; June 1,.
2845; June 1,.
2945; June 1,.
ingd(ay at Ware Shoals.
.llr. and Mrs. Frank P. Jones attend
ed the ciauitauuIla it Greenwood.
Drs. Neel and Scurry, of Greenwood,
professionally visited Ware Shoals re
We recently met the following
friendi : John Rasor Donald, Rioborti
Arnold, Jr., and Willie Irvin, of HlIonen
Path, ')ovtors Neel and Scurry and
Milsurs. Pratt andI Taylor, of Green
wood, Frank Nash, of Pr'necton, and!
W. 1). Stillivan of Gray Court.
.\liss bau ra Grathanm won a prize of
$5.00 In gold for the best essay onl flOS.
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C'ross lI Ill1, Mlay 23.-'PThe S1prjing
Grove school of tills county 'los;ed its
session on May Gil. On .\londay even
Ing followin.g the Impils of the Igher
grades presen ted to a large e.ud*ince
of several hun111dred pecule, the play
entitled, "TIe Fasinating Fattny
It rown." . The parts were played ad
mttirably well by the follo.vintg: .\lisses
Sarah Goigans, Iaeona Neel, .\lary Ne,
l'iise 'Walkits, Carrie L.ou lusilI, Hi at
tie Hitth I1isti, Albert Irown, lIai'vey
Prown anid Grady Seurri.
The two very etlicient teachers of the
school. Alisses Genie anid Iila Aikeni,
yave retirnied to their hoimes in W itnns
Loro and Cumiresipectively.
Mrs. S. 11. Goggans and little daught
tr. Lucy, are visiting relatives it
Grceiwood, this week.
Ilrof. W. S. Ilough, of Charlotte, N.
('.. has been oit a recent visit to Vross
Hiill, where his many frleitds and ae-,
iiuaintances gave him a warm welcome.
Mirs. Joe Carter and .liss Pearle
West were in Greewiv.ood shoppilng lat
1)r1. R. C. )avenport, of Augusta, Ga.,
visited his mother, .is. N. C. I)aven
port, last week.
Ilr. and Mrs. .Johi liller are spend
ing seveial weeks In Arkanstas.
.\lrs. Claud i ii is speliling tlis
wee'k witht her aut, AMrs. Spriatt, of
('t "moil- ca.
dNiss Gabriel Scholnburg, one of
('ross Ilil's very eaiiahle and attrac
tive teachers, most 1raciouisly enter
talied her music pupil. on last Wed
neshday afternoon. After pleasant
greetings of teacher, pulpils and par
enits, a delightitful sweet course was
.erved by the hostess.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take i.AXATIV' iROMO QUININE (Tablets.) It
stops the Coutih nnd ieadache and works off the
Culd. E. W. GHOVE'S signature on each box. 30c.
: improves with
I cost. The gas
per gallon. Its
Existuig Volstend Law Should be
Ca ritid. Denatured Article Should
be Exempt from Legislailon, Wit.
Washington, May 17.-Representa
ti v'es of chemists Who appeared -before
tih.e louse judiciary comiittee today
to give their views concerning the bill
to further strengthen the Volstead
law, particuylaly as to the sale of
medical beer, protested vi1gorous ly.
against legislation which they said
tended to restrict the legitimate use
of alcohol in industry.
'Existing law, they contended,
should be clarilled to -prevent unwar
ranted government interference, and
new legislation, aimed at fighter on
forcement of the prohibition amend
1ent. should speceileally exempt from
legislat ion ldelnatured a!cohol, which,
it was; pointed out, cannot be Used for
M. C. Whittaker, New York, presi
dlnt of the vinited States Chemical
company, declared there was a coln
tinued tendency on the part of the
prohibition advocates to encroach on
legitimiate industry, and to stigmatize
reputable chemical concerns by plac
Ing their products in a class nvith
Asserting that manufacturers of
many chemical i;roducts had to em
ploy hiIg h class specialists, Mr. Whit
taker said it was impossible to hold
then if they were "put in the same
class with l'ootleggers."
'Charges of tihe witness that the pro
h ibition law in soie instances has
becn interpreted to the detriment of
the chemical industry, caused Chair
man Volstead to clamllen:e hisa re
marks. Mlr. Volstead declared that if
injustices were being inflicted, -tells
would be taken to remedy defects in
the law. 11easserted, however, that
many of tle complaints against the
prohibition law were not justified.
.\Ir. -Whittaker decelared that there
'was a joker in the bill. Lefore the coil
mittee lat would levy a tax on dena
titred alcohol, tle manufacture of
which, he said, should be encouraged
as a national preparedness move.
Similar contentions were expressed
by Charles L. Parsons, Washington
secretary of the American Chemical
society, and two other representatives
of the organization, Mlartin Itiner,
New York, and Frank RZ. 'Idved, In
Colda Cause Grip and Infsenza
LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE Tablets remove the
cause. Thero is only ono "Eomo Quinine."
. W. GROVE'S signaturo on box. ic.
The improved Os
as ever, Comfort
per gallon of gasc
it now the low-pr
~s. S. C.
7i It I S'' .4 and PLE~ASURE
You should havo one of our
"Autubeds," comfortable for
two people iI five or soven pasi
senger aca I Requires about
three to fivo ninutes to put in
'i of er 4 foot long by
5 inchies di1-ameter. Sells for
$19.50. Seaid for circular.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY COMPANY
823 West Corvaih S:. Columbia, S. C.
Fire and burglar proof vaults and stacks of gold in
the United States Federal Reserve Banks make your
money safe when it is in our bank.
We shall be glad to have you come in and talk busi
ness with us. When you want financial advice come
in and consult us. It will be a pleasure to serve you.
We add 4 per cent. interest.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank.
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N. B. DIAL, President C. H. ROPER, Cashier
rerland Is Rugged as ever, Economical
Ible as ever. Its average of 25 miles
line, its saving in tires and upkeep make
iced automobile to own and use.
rices, f. o. b. Toledo, Ohio
v'$ 895; June 1, . $ 695.00
s 895; June 1, . $ 695.00
1425; June 1, . $1000.00
1 475; June 1, . $1275.00