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Fodier Head of Erskine College So
Advises Board. Plans Not
Due West, June 11.-Dr. J. S. Mof
fatt, recently elected president enier
itus of Erskine college by the board
of trustees, has Written the board de
clining the position. When Dr. Mof
fatt was .elected to this position, the
office of president of the college Was
left vacant and this office has not yet
Dr. Moffatt has been president of
irskine for about ten years, having
before that time been pastor for many
'ears of the Associate Reformed Pres
byterian church in Chester. He is
well and favorably known over the
tate and stands high in Associate
eformed Presbyterian circles. His
everance of his connection with Ers
ine college has caused considerable
omment in this village. Dr. Moffatt
as not announced his plans for the
To Stop a Cough Quick
ake HAYES' HEALING HONEY, a
ugh medicine which stops the cough by
ealing the Inflamed and irritated tissues.
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-rRATE
ALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and
oup is enclosed with every bottle of
AYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
hould be rubbed on the chest and throat
f children suffering from a Cold or Croup.
The healing effect of Hlayes' Healing, Honey In
Ide the throat combined with the heal lg effect of
rove's O-Pen-Trate Salve through the pores of
e skin soon stops a cough.
Both remedies are packed In one carton and the
*pst of the combined treatment Is 3iSP.
Just ask your druggist for HAYES'
Stjus h ih e
son-and a box o
Y!ou oldet A p ing miat
h ave in It hundred. of
iles that whe can slai e
for y ou Soic ne dyIt
mayi comne In rniyh 1ty
handy na a "sym'e" ling
.It in and1( Iet u look It
over -we adv Ise on1ly such
repjairs as pay.
Ou killed mreth~ods' and1 cqinyld.
W#'e miake all kinds of' repairs In
Next Door I
SPEECH BY SIMS
Both Houses rake Action During Day.
No Reply to Denby.
Washington, June 9.-Cognizance
was taken in both the senate and house
today of the recent speech in London
of Rear Admiral William S. Sims, re
ferring to Irish sympathizers in this
country. The senate ordered its naval
committee to investigate the speech. In
the house, Representative Ryan, Re
publican, New- York, submitted a reso
lution for an investigation charging
that the remarks had constituted . an
attack upon loyal citizens of the t'ni
ted States of Irish blood and accused
Anerican citizens of being traitors.
Secretary Denby awaited a reply to
day to his formal inquiry eabled, to
Admiral Sims asking whether the re
marks attributed t5 him had been
correctly reported in press dispatches,
but left his office without having re
ceived a rep)ly.
Meanwhile oflel-al comment is with
held at the department.
The senate resolution was intro -
duced by Senator Harrison, iemo
crat, Mississippi, and was adopted
with little debate hnd without a ree
ord vote. Senator Wadsworth, Rep
lican, New York, asked whether the
action taken by Secretary Denby would
not serve the same purpose as the res
"Possibly so," Mr. Harrison replied,
"but I think the charges in this case
Pre so grave that the senate can
not afford to ignore them."
e egu~ilont will make y our 01(1
ouri vulcanizing shop, using genu
:o Post Office
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DIALS NEWS. *
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(Dials, June 13.-A social event of
nast week and one that proved of
exceltional interest and pleasure was
that of Saturday evening when M1iss
Lula Alae Henderson entertained in
her own immitable way, the members
of the Epworth League of this place,
together with the members of the
Shiloh League. The beautiful plaza
and lawn of the lenderson home pmre
sented a scene of dazzling beauty with
the myriad of brilliant lights inter
mingled with the more softer and sub
dued rays east by tke many .Japanese
lanterns. -Beautiful flowers, ferns and
estrancing nooks were all added at
tractions to the lcasure of all.
The evening entertainment consist
ed of a flower contest with Miss Alta
Campbell as winner of the i)i'lze which
consisted of a dainty wicker basket of
flowers. The musical content resulted
in a tie of many, so plrizes of fruit were
given to twelve, six young men and
six young ladies. rhe winners of the
song contest also Ioved many; how
ever. each winner was presented with
a )rize. In the cake contest Alisses
EImma 1 Iarvris and Sallie ). Brownlee
were adjudged winners of the nice box
of sweets. Music iby the Victrola and
Progressive conversation took up the
remainder of the time, wthile iced
lemonade wits freely served tlarouhg
out the evening. Nliss Henderson was
assistled in entertaining by her sisters,
Milsses Pearl and Sue Henderson. and
Mrs. Jess i1enderson and Airs. Eirnest
Mlrs. 1). 1). Harris is spending a while
in Laurens, the guest of her sister,
M)rs. Laura Babb.
Mrs. Florence Rlop spent last week
with Ilr. 0. -L. 1o) and family, of
Aliss M\attie Simmons scturned to
Greenville Sunday after enjoying a
week-end visit with honiefolks here.
ir. larvin Ilarris, of Greenwood,
viskl'ted his parents, .\Mr. and irs. 1). 1).
Harris last week.
Mir. and Airs. Wan. Davl'a and little
daughters, Alary Catherine and .\ar
garet. of Greenville, sipent the week
end here, the guests of Nir. and Irn.
flarris Curry and other relatives.
Mr. and Airs. M\artin, of Laurens,
Spent the week-end with \Ir. Whit
Alartin and family.
.\lrs. Essie Roberts has returned to
her home is Greenville after a pleas
ant visit with i her sister. .\irs. Ambroe
Mr. and .lrs. Robert Owing-s and
ehil'drln, of ountain inn1, spent last
Suindnay withIi irs. If. Y. Simmnons and
Alrs. Festus Curry and Nliss :mma
lial were the delegates to the conven
tion at A.-ndrson, from the Dias V.
M1. societ y.
.\iiss' .\laggie I). C'urry has rturtt:ned
from Wiitrllo) co!l.-e and 'vel; ad
the slummlelr With her pets, .\lr.
and ~\ rs. I,. I. (uary.
for lRock( 1!ii l wer'e sh( wvill att 'mnd
I hL *;umfier~ s!hlI at ~\'inthro, te
Vi'AsGORON ill. Vs I-:
to 3lmndetll'o "Styl*isit SMOut"'.
lin th' major i::: of ;ie'tres the leadl
r'obei all the ssrtot'ial lytechn'(tlicS of
the entire er(:ilany', but' in ''The (beat
('St I .w,"' I w iS .. Selznti ik's late(st
8t'iret P'A'tureC whtich (1Cm to the
Prlinccss T'hes'tre tiexl tu'sday antdt
W\~dnesr'day. the lead i-; pIny:.ed bty V'era
and eoniseuntlyl the task ofi providl
inig the Tf'mainine por)ltios oIf t'.C audl
(nce withI a lisplay (If :1 tinning Pari
sian gownsti withoutt which~l eveni te
nost thrilling-P1(cture is fotund want
it' ~. w~as laid Vm thle shouliders of \li-as
Fiii Shelton andiu M\iss Ray lDean,
as the two :.oIung woflnen in te pietce.
WAt ith 1 intutions1 to spiari' no ex
tiense in getini fifttd out in the most
exqu isite creat iens obtai nable, these
young wvomen wenit at the pleasant
probClem with a will, and the restults
wou ld have satistled them muost eatrp ig
tIn th~e 11rin1sit ion fr'omi thle comfort -
ably uneolset ted hiomemaker' of thie
Sast S ide, to the hiea d of a fashtiona ble
fatmly3 on Rive"r1itde. Yer Ga(ordon
d umonstrates .hust what can b, (lone
to imake anI olverlowinlg dlowdy t'are
lessly dres:~sedl w~oman in 0to a 'sty ish
Putt thIs dispilay of the mode Is
metely ini'denital to the picturte. it is
not mer'ely a display of mnanneetuins.
lilfe as it is lived, with all the joys
anid .?orrows, Pathlos and despatiru, re
n iniationi and hop', I. unffolded itn a
11iiure whiIch will hold1( the initeruest
util I the last sece is flashed on the
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Dlays
flrug'ists refund mnonovy if l'AZO OINTMENT fn!F5
to curo itching, Diuoi, Iceed'u4 or Protrcding Piler.
1atatl reIee tching Piles a'nd you con act
ratut:eoaterthe fiat avolleationi. Prkn da
EIISIINE COLLEGE cillege, Due West, Dr. J. S. Moffatt was get the People 11101e Interest(i II (3
HEAD TO RESIGN made President Emeritus. In accept- Matter of education. Dr. Moffatt will
Ing this position Dr. Moffatt rin--be under the direction of the exeu
ir. J. 8. Moffatt 'Eected by Trustes (luishes the presidency, and will nlt tive committee of the board. I,. Mof
to Posit.In of President E m erdTus. teach at all, but will have all of his fatt has been president of this insti
time given to the larger affairs of the tution foi many years, and his new
Anderson, June 9.-At a meeting college, such as endowment, the In- work creates a vacancy In the piesi
of the board of trustees of Erskine crease of students, ande generally to dency.
$310 Below Last Year's Price
The b ttw and powerful organ
ftation has seen to it th-at the
good Maxwell saves more, in first
cost as well as after cost. It
has not only reduced prices
$310 since last September,
but it has given the car a new
goodness that is making it pop
ular by proving it profitable.
Carolina Auto Co., Inc.
Phone 404 Laurens, S. C.
We Are Building Them Better
T han Ever Before
~" /~'Today, more than ever, Goodyear
Trsfor par:senger carsofeth
\~" '4Improvement after improvement has
examiple, are now maeargerwit
bead Our larger size Cords, our fabric
u tres, adour inner tubes, too, are
bi gger, stronger, more durable than
before. You cr~n get Goodyears, now,
/ from your nearest Goodyear Service
& Station Dealer.
THlE GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY
TIE, UE AN ACCSSOIES
E. W MAHN Laurns, . C