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Jones, June 4.-Prof. J. 0. Cook, of
Rock Hill,'fopmerly of this place, was
here last week looking after the build
ing of several stores.
We were invited to participate In the
closing exercises of the 'Princeton high
school on the 21st of May and regret
ted that professional duties srevent
ed our attending.
Our venerable friend, Mr. John Man
ley, a veteran of the Civil War, passed
away on the 21st of May, In his 90th
year.., He spent his long, useful and
6 lionormble life in our midst. 'Wle sym
pathiz' with the family in their be
We recently visited Rileys, Hodges,
Long Cane, Mt Gallagher, Mt. Olive,
iwIngsville, Foplar Springs', Mt.
Bethel and Brewerton and .we found
promising crops of corn on our rounds.
There will be an all day singing at
Ware Shoals on the third Sunday.
Mies Mary Jones was recently called
to Gray Court to n'urse a ipatient.
Mr. and Mrs. Tally Childress, of
Greenville recently visited the latter's
sister, Mrs.,Jesso Stansell.
:Dr. W. T. Jones recently vidited
Greenwood and Long Cane, profession
Hon. T. J. Beacham, of Rileys, met
with a cordial greeting from his
friends at Ware Shoals recently.
We extend congratulations to Mr.
Floyd Cooper and Miss Annie hell
Brissey, who were recently married.
Mr. Courteney White Invited our
game warden, Mr. Preston Devore, and
a party of friends from Greenwood, to
a fish fry at the Ware.Shoals power
house last Tuesday. There was an
abundant supply of fish. The day was
ideal for the outing and the entire
party appreciated the generous hospi
tr.lity of \ir.\'hite.
The friends of Mr. Thos. Finley, of
1-onea Path, will .be greatly distressed
to hear of the drowning of his daugh
ter at Irvin's Mill on Thursday, the
1st. The bereaved family have our
We were very sorry to hear of the
death of our warm friend, Mir. Hance
Ilughes. lIe was a veteran of the Civil
War and was esteemed by all of his
acquaintances. We sympathize with
the 'bereaved family.
.1r. EFamuel McNfnch, has a fine corn
Mr. T. Norwood Graham, county
commissioner, was in our midst re
cently looking after the roads.
Sheriff White Is a model officer and
is faithfully discharginig his duties
in looking after the lawless element.
We recently met the following
friends: Jan. Washington of Piedmont,
W. 'P. Williamson of Donalds, Clifton
Taylor, Preston Devore and Mrs. M.
G. Browles, of Greenwood.
When the body tegins to stiffen
and movement )ecomes painful It
is usually an ,nd' 'i i.-ht- the
kidneys are of order. Keep
these organs' healthy by taking
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Kill the pest
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Red pevil Lye is
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Republican Leaders Divide In faucus.
Young Takes lead.
Mashington, June 6.-Those high
priests of protection who constitute
the majority of the ways and means
committee of the house of representa
tives, and especially two 6f them,
Chairman Fordney and Representative
Longworth, have -been repudiated in
their advocacy of a pet scheme -by the
Republican party in the house.
And the new Richmond in the field
As -Repyesentative George M. Young
of North Dakota. It *was he who de
feated Longworth and Fordney and
those members of the committee who
are wont to do what they are told by
Fordney and Longworth to do.
It was reported that the Republican
caucus, which met for the .purpose of
indorsing the 'Lonigwoith resolution
making effective the rates of the
Ipermanent tariff 'bill on the date of
the introduction of that bill, was un
able to reach an agreement. It was
not reported, however, that the caucus
road the riot act to Fordney and Long
worth and told them, to all practical
purposes, that they would not tolerate
the attempt of the committee to run
the entire congress. And nothing was
reported of the storm that raged
and the echoeg of which still reverb
Mr. Longworth, as is recalled, in
troduced a resolution making effec
tive the tariff bill 'before it was en
acted. Representative Garner of
Texas, Democrat, declared the bill to
reiresent sovietism run wild. Sena
tor Robinson of Arkansas said it pro
posed "to do an unheard of thing, con
trary to all custom and law." ltcpub
licans, non-members of the ways and
means committee, shook their heads
and wondered to what the country
would eventually come.
'But the Republican majority of the
'ways and ieans committee indorsed
the resolution of Longworth and de
cided to make the Republicans, in a
cMucus, bind themselves to support it.
There was one dissenting member of
the ways and means committee. lie
was Representative Young.
That man carried the fight agalnt
Longworth to the caucus. He won
that fight. 'His argument was in five
Parts, as follows:
'First. If passed, would it have
Ithe force of lawl The drcisions of
the supreme court are a unit on the
proposition that congress can not
delegate legislative authority. Is the
,preparations of a tarif bill, contain
ing hundreds of items of customs wdu
ties together with other provislons
in respect thereto, a legislative or
an administrative function? The
question is easily to be ansvwered.
"Second. Ought it to pass? The
member of congress who is willing
at this time, 20 days before he can
know anything about the rates of duty
which the permanent tariff bill will
contain, who will agree to give
such rates the force of law as soon
as reported to the house must have
a faith in the ways and means comn
mittee nothing short of sublime! Are
you quite sure the rates, when you
learn what they are, 'will be such
final passage of the bill?
"Third. Will it pass? GAranting for
argument that the house would 'pass
the -lomgworthu resolution, what would
the senate (10 with or to it Will the
senate finance committee witness a
general tariff bill1 becoming law with
out receiving its considleration? WVill
the senate abdicate? if not, wvhy
wvaste time of the house?
".Fourth. Will the president, taking
into account not only economic con
siderations. but piossi-ble complications
'w'oth foreign countries, tie his own
"Fifth. The d'efense of the resolu
tion that Great Blritain, her colonies
and France hieve already taken sind
lar action, should 'be receivedl with a
grain of salt. These countries a di
rectly responstble government which
can hold office only at the pleasure of
the popularly elected branch of the
legislature and can be voted out of
office promptly if they report customs
rates which are unsatisfactory."
The ILmgworthu resolution is re
membered as an attempted departure
from everything with which the :yeo
-pie of this country have become accus
tomed. The chances are that it will
never be resuscitated.
LOAN URGED FORl
Reserve Board Recommends Loan of
$50,000,000 by War Finance Corpora
Washington, Jiune 5.-LTegislation
authorizing Secretary .\ellon to make
availab~le to the War 'Finance Conpor
ation $50,000,000 to be loaned cattle
raisers, was recommendled lu Congr'ess
by the Fedleral reserve ,board in a
formal statement issued tonight by
Governor Harding. The reednmmenda
tion was made, Governor Harding ex
plainedl, with the concurrence of the
secretary, to meet "the peculiar
emergency existing in the livestock
T'he (board's proposal- was announc
ed by the governor before leaving
for a two-weeks'. tour of the cattle
producing sections of the country. He
will stop at Dog Moinee, Iowa; Obey
enne, Wyoming; Atbuquerque, New
Mexico; El Paso, San Angelo, San An
tonio and Dallas, Texas.
Governor Harding has just complet
ed a similar tour of the agricultural
section of the south and middle west.
"The board feels," the 'governor said,
"that the financial emergency which
mnaced the country during 1920 has
He added, however, that additional
credit facilities are urgently needed
by producers of some highly essential
products, particulaf)y in the stock
Amendment to the reserve act, mak
ing one and two yeiar *cattle pafper
eligible for rediscount, Instead of the
existing limit of six months, as a
means of providing the longer term
credit required by the necessities of
the livestock industry, is deemed in
advisable by the board, the governor
declared. Such loans, he nsserted,
Quickly reles....Constipation, Bil
iousness, Lo oif Appetite and Head
adhes, due to Torpid Liver.
LOT NO. 1.
Includes shirts I
merly sold at $2
$3.50. Per c a
LOT NO. 2
Includes shirts I
merly sold at 4
$5.00. Best gr
unusual shirt va
get the pick of I
tions at once.
Sale On a
could be made through reserve banks
as fiscal agents for the War Finanee
Corporation rather than as banks of
discount. He suggested that the time
for making these advances to stock
men -be limited to three years from
the passage of the enabling legisla
tion, "with a viw to having the funds
thus advanced ultimately returned to
Colds Cause Grip and Infiuense
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Table emove the
asue. There te only oae "Bromo Qoinine."
L WAGROVE'S elgature geino. 30s.
University dt South Carolina
SCHOLAIISIIP AND ENTRANCE
The examination for the award of
vacant scholarships in the University
of South Carolina and for admission
of new students will be held at the
County Court House, J'uly 8, 1921, at
9 a. m. Applicants must not be less
than sixteen years of age. When
scholarships are vacant after July 8,
they will be awarded to those making
the highest average at examination,
provided they meet the conditions gov
crning the award. Applicants for
scholarships should write to President
Currell for scholarship application
blanks. These blanks properly filled
out by the applicant should be filed
with iDr. Currell by July 5. Scholar
ships are 'worth $100, free tuition and
fees, total $158. Next session will op
en Sept. 14, 1921. For further inforina
President W. S. Currell,
University of South Carolina
Columbia, .. C.
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