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LAI'RENS, S. C., Si-:PT 21, 1921
CO.\ .\CIMAl11-2) A TlllET I111CS
At a recen meeting of church work
ers inl this state resoluttions -were in-I
trodluced and passed condemnti in g the
practice of dl:inicing in the colleges of
that denomination on the ground, as
we rencll, that the dlance promotes
immorality. We do not take is
sue With these devolt people on this
subjcet jius't here, but we would suig
gest that they might have gone a lit
t.Ie further and started an investiga
tion of athletic conditions among the
dolleges of this and other states and
Iound something of eqIual if not
tore fruitful sour'ce for studly. We
o not say that athletics In the col
'ges haxe yet approached a seriously
a;ngerous stage, but conditions are
lproaching the stage where we might
11 be apprehensive.
t is .i well known fact that ath
IieCs have come to play such a part
student life that coaches are paid
gre than presidents and the teams
rb made to bo money-making propo
Zions for coaches. 'Coaches are
d in .some Instances, according to
eliable reports, not according to
1o c they develop the bodies of the
.tudents cr how well they train the
aterial :laced in their hands, but
ccording to the crowd they are able
get to the games. The result of this
'ill be Inevitable and is already ap
a'rent. Unseen forces are offering
ecret and special indutcements to ath
tetes to attend this or that college.
'p-his is common knowledge among
The dangers of such things in col
leges is apl)ar'ent. The student who
is taught by the example of his ath
Ictic teams that sticcess may be right
l;y gained through secret and devious
iethods, is getting the wrong impres
4ion of what true success means and
I's having laid 'before him an example
that cannot be beneficial to the moral
side of his nature.
i The moral atlostiere surrotunding
athletic teams otight also to be stidi
qusly guarded. As pointed out in an
qditorial recently reprinted in this
lla;er, the tmorals of outr professors
are carefully examined by trustees.
1rilual care should also be taken in
the selection of those who have the
direction of the physical education of
IN NEW YORK A0AIN
,New York, Sept. 12.-4'or. the third
time since his inatugu ration last
New York CIty ton'gght, after motoring
from the Sea View Golf Clutb, near' At
lhantic' CIty, a distanco of abouf 120
The presildent's visit here, -he ex
ila'ined after aririving at the ltltz.
Carmlton H otel1, was merely a coii nti
ation of his: short golfiing and vaca
tion trip. The p resident andI MrTs.
H arid ing attended a poul ar minusical1
comedy tonight, sharing their box
wvith li[en ry P. Plett ler, tinder-seeret
tary of state', .\l ri. letcher and .\Ir.
an d Mtr:. Ge:orge Van Fl eet of .\larion,
D~espi to a dr izzl ing ra'in th at fell
dy ring t he fiIrst fi fty iles of the t ri p,
Pr'esiden t Iliarding a ppancitly enjoyed
Ilje (lay's motor'ing. Over roads for'
tl e in st part of gravel or macadam,
tlie presidential pairty of four' automo
bfles atver'aged nearly forty miles an
At Perth Amiboy,' hor'e a short stop
d'as tmade, a hundred or more school
cllidre-c, and many of their elderis lined
thie str'ent eand waved flags as the
pir!y .'assdc't. Mr'. liarding held an im
Pfomlpin rmeceptiton while tile other's
restord In a hotel before taking the
ferry tla Staten Islaind, whero the
nter trip was r'eaumed.
At F't. George the patty wvas met by
Mayor Hylan who received its mom
br on the mutnicipal ferryboat '
Ast it crossecd the harbor to Manhat
tan the presidentIal pen nanlt at the
mansthead of thle ferry attracted the at.
tintien of river' and harbor craft
which blevr whis~tlos ini gr'eet~ng.
Prcsid'ent anid Mr'n. Iiairding who madle
the trip in the boat's -pIlot house, 'way
ed back andl the president grerquently
ralsc'i his hat In acknowledgement.
At. Mount Pleasant School IHouse q
There Will be an lee cream supper,
cake--walk, contest and other' forms 1
of amusement at Mlt. Pleasant school
house Priday evening, Sept. 23rd. The'
public as cordtially invited..
Ilt. IV. W. DANIEL
CLAIMED BY DEA'TH
rominent Methodist Divine Died at
lls Home fin Klngstree Monday
Kingstree, Sept. 19.-The 11ev. W.
%*. Daniels. D. 1D., former president of
'olumbia college and a leading min
;ter in the Methodist iEpiscopal
hurch in South Carolina, died sid
enily here at midnight tonight. Ir.
)aniel had -been in declining health
he last few months, but was able
his miornhig to attend -the opening
xeicises of the Kingstree high
e'hool. He had returned from his
unimer vacation only a few weeks
go, and it was thought his health
.,as much improved. Dr. Daniel was
astor of the i1ngstree Methiodist
hurch here. Funeral arrangements
iave not been, made. lie was 62
Dr. Daniel was educated imt New..
>erry college, completing the course
viti distinction in 1879. lie was ad
nitted by the conference to preach in
)i'mber, ISS:t, and served as fol
ows, in the state: Anderson circuit,
sl I; F ortt Mlill circuit, 1885; York
ille. 1 SSm-1889; Chester, 1890; New
)r'y, 1891-1893; Florence, 189-1;
b\ashington Sttreet. Columbia, 1895
[898; St. .lohn's, Anderson, 1899.
At the session of the conference in
)rangeburg In ilecember, 1899, Dr.
Daniel was elected president of Co
uibia college to 1ill the vacancy
,autsed by the resignation of the Rev.
John A. Rice, D. D. le resigned the
presidency of the college several
vears ago because of declining health,
and has been serving as pastor inl
Methodist charges since that time. lie
was president of the college 17 years.
August 29, 1S83, Dr. Daniel was
married to Mliss Alice 'Rowena Aull
of Newiberry, who survives him. To
this union four children were born,
three sons and a daughter, who also
survive. They are: -etynan Aull
Daniel, of Kingstree, Mrs. Sid 13erry,
of Wilmington, N. C., Walter Daniel,
who is studying medicine In New
York, and 31iss Julia Daniel of Kings
"FATTY" AND 'ESTTAN GED
WIFE lHAVE A IIEUNION
Tiougii it Prison Wails, Meeting was
an Affecting One as Ile Clasped 11is
Former Companion in 1lls Ans.
San Francisco, Sept. 19.--Roscoc
(Fatty) Arbuckle and the wife from
whom he has been separated for more
than four years had a reunion today
iin the visitors' room at the city
prison where Arbuckle is awaiting
trial on a murder charge. lie is ac
Cused of causing the death of Miss
Virginia Rappe, through an episode
at a drinking .:-airty in his suito at a
Ailbuckle clasped Mirs. Minta Dur
fee Aruckle in his artms, then af
fectionately greeted her mother, Mrs.
Flora Durfee. The three, with the
prisoner's brother, A. C. Arbuckle, of
San Francisco, then sat (own for, a
h.lf hoiur' of conversation.
The gi andl jury resutmed Its inves
tigation of the Arbuckle affair to
n ighit, sutbpcenaes hav'ing been sent.
outt for D r. '.. IltRumwell, the at
tending phy'sician in most of .\iss
Rappie's illness, Mliss .toyce Clar'ke, oneO
of the patticipants in the partty, 1)r.
aibor' Kiigstotne andl Reginald Mlore
ly, two mhen 1.10 were'( r'epotedC to
havec scmte knowledge of the a ffair,
tand seu'veral1 ot hem' witnesses.
.\ iss Clarke was questiloned by Dis
iut AttIorney .Matt hew A. Urady to
tight, lI ut refusedl to sign a st atetmet
11nd accoring tjly was ord(etredl to a p
(('ar1 bet'ore the grand jury.
ell Sherman of Los Angeles,
.no. tivady said, and nto legal means
dto "bring hima back. Sherimani
atn o('(iu iant of the Arb'u('kle
uit and was prtese'nt at the patty
rmi;nt which the deathl of .\ iss Rtappo
The death of Aliss Virginia Rappo,
ons Angeles film actre'ss, 'was again
'foi'e the cotunty grand jury here
onight. A few nights ago this grand
urty indlictedl Roscoe (Fatty) Ar
>uckle, a niotion pictutro comedian,
>n a charge of manslaughter in con
teetion with the girl's (leath.
Dr. .\-. E. Ruimwell, who attended
iiss Ra.'ppe during most of her fatat
linosa, was sup loenned by thie grand
ut'y to tell, according to District
Ettorney Mintthew Brady, why an
Litutpy had be'en ordiered .perfortmed
vithout consont of authoritIes, as re
ntired by Callfornia statute.
Miss Rappe's Iilness, it has been
harged, began in Arbuckle's suite
,t tho hlotel St. Francis hero, while
ho was his gutest and r'osultedl from
'lolenco initieted bty Arbucklo ia -be
ng hold for trial on a charge of first
logroe murder s.vorn to by Mrs. 11.
1. Delmiont, another member of Ar
Previotts to the convening of the
r'and jur y tonight, District Attorney
lirady anntotunced all angles of the
ass would hbo Investigatedl, particti
airly, he said, a report quoting ono
Yornan w'iness an having declared
There it money in this case and I
m going to get some of it,"
Fuineral of Hiewlett Sullivan 'J
Mr. Jos. ii. Sullivan -and other rela.
tives of this county attended the fun
eral of Mlr. Sullivan's neph'w, Mr.
Ifewlett C. Sullivan, which took place
in Wiillaamstonl .Monday afternoon. The
deceased, who was a sol of former
State Senator Ceo. W. Sillivan, lost
his life in the flood of the -Brazos
River in Texas week 'before last. The
body was identified by Ir. Wash Sul
livan, a brother of Mr. Iiewlett Sulli
van, who went out to Texas mime
diately after the report of his
brother's death wfas received. Tle
body of Mr. Bailey Turner, formerly of
Sparianburg, who lost his life Ii the
salie flood, 'Was buried at Rock(dale,
necar the scene of his death, Firiday.
The young uten were operating it
large ranch in Texas and had been
very, siccessfii in the business. .\r. t
hailey was the first to go out a nuin
ber of yeirs ago and later sent for hIs
friend to share in his good fortune.
uoIth young men were widely known
over the 'iedmnont section of the state
and had many friends who were
shocked to learn of their tragic death.
S * S * $ e $ * 8 * S e ? .
Now Ginning-We are 1IoW-feady to
gin your cotton. Bring it along. l'au
rens Oil Mill. 10-It
Ginning At Night--We are ginning
every night from sig. o'ciock. Bring
us your cotton. Watts \fills Ginnery.
For Sale-Thorouglibredf Berkshire I
pigs, entitled to registration. Albert
Dial. \ O-it-pd
For Sal-Or will trt\si0 for cattle,
a couple of good horses. D. A. Barks
Free Air-Ve want t'o use our
free air and fwater o ce. Always
i-eady to serve. City illing Station.
Ladies-4)rive your car to. City Fill
ing Station when yo .want'water and
air. Our men will I glad to serve
you free. City Filli Ig Station. 10-It
iost--etween Lnford and Ora, 7
jewel Waltham watch, silver case, red
guano fob on it. J. 'W. Fleming, Lan
lanlted-To timde indw buggies for
corn in shuck. it). '1. Counts, Lau
Imost--On or near the square, Monl
diy, one gold crescont and crown
brooch, Bet with pearls. Return to
Mris. W. 1W. 'Whitehead, 254 Gordon
street, and receive rew-ard. 10t-ld
larbecued Iiash-i will have some
nlice barbecued hash for sale Friday
for dinner. I. it. illakely's Mlarl:et.
Wanted-To t(d ndw buggies for
corn in shuck. iOr 11. Counts, Laul
Radiators Repaired - After next
Monday bring your atito J'adittofd to
us for repairs. New sholf; first class
work guaranteed. Real radiator work.
Eight years' experience. L. E. -Jester.
Wanted-To trade Ineiv buggles for
corn in shuck. 11. 'B. -Counts, Iau
For Salei-41art-Parr tractor and
F1arguer saw mill. ipracticaily new,
good condition. $1,800 for whole out
lit, it. L. Owenis, (Iray Court, Rt. 2.
Kodak Finmisllng- Filmns developed,
Ioe up;l: ptrinits :3c.'tp. 00(d work andil
(tiick service. Agents write for tetrmis.
Ilinsley & Larrambec, Spartanbuirg.
IHarbecuedl lash-t will have sonme
nIce ha rbecued hiash f(o-r sale Fridlay
for ditnnetr. J'. it. Blakely's Mlarket,
Wan; Ied-o rde now btuggies -for1
lFor Subl --800 buush $1 Coker l'edi -
greedI lie(d App lert Oa t ieed. I'. I .
('aish for Old 'airs--'sd Iarts for
all1 makes of ears at 'bargain lprices.
Cotlumbtilia Vulie. and Trutck Co., ('0
htnibia, S. 1'. h-51-pdi
N (t h'e-- 'WhIeni youri rimsiu sItrt
minouakinug we (caln stopl the'm by in
slallin ( new clampils, nuts, holts or
wedhI e. C'ity V~ulcaniinlg Stationl. 9t-it
Wu'ari All persons are nttited
and lherebyi forbidden to lhunti gamtie (of
any doecri't ion on lands of which I
havo1( chi..tge. Ti s not)1ice t a lies to
(eeybd . W. h. Kn ightI. S -It
Farms For' Rtenlt-Several good
farms niear tbanfo ?rd Stat iont, Blnoree
antd Woodru'iff for rent to goodl iarties.
ee white or 'olored, withI t hielr
o)wn r ock. ttear'ona~ble' hl e cn be
furn ishedl as neededl. J. '1. Gray,
Woodruif, S. C. 8-St
See'dsi-Abrulzzi Rye, seed oats, C'aro
lina grown;: bagging and tics. ii. Ii.
Owings, Gray Court, S. (i. G-St-pd
Notice-I have arranged to be in
Laurens two (lays each month. If your
piano needs tumninig leavo order with
H. M. & E. II. Wilkes & Co. 0. M
TFully, Piano Tuner. 28-tf
Bagging gnd Ties
Cheapesk on the market.
All Prices Guaranteed.
Phone S80 or wire
U. S.Bagging Co.
Greenville, S. C.
Cnres Maara,.i amnd Feve'r,
Bilions Fever, Colds and La~rIppe, or
11E STOLEN STILL
HAS HEEN IECOVEMED
Vas Found by Greenwood Ofilcers
Near the Greenwood-Abbevillle*toad
With 3,ooo Gallons of Mash.
The fifty-gallon still stolen from
he sheriff's ofilce several weeks *o,
, few hours after Its capture on Sa
uda river, was recaptured today
tbout noon by Sheriff M. M. White
nd his (eputic and Abbeville coun
y oflicers about a itle west of a ne
ro church near. the line on the Ab
evile-Greenwoo(l road. No arrests
vere made, as the still :was not in
peration, Sheriff White says. About
,000 gallons of mash was destroyed.
The Copper sJiI was brought to the
heriff's ofilie and will be turne(i over
o .1. W. Spearman before night, to be
-lit up into copper sheets for use in
naking useful copper articles. Sheriff
hite says he doesn't Iean to take
iny chalces with it this time.
The still was identiled as the same
Vhich was stolen from the sheriff's
>flice by certain marks on the bottom.
Wh bile the still was not in operia
ion when en :tured, the sheriff said
hat om. run had been made and the
nash (lestroyed would have been
ealy to run the last of the week.
(CROSS HILl1 NEWS *
Cross 111i, Sept. 19.-Ibring the
)ast week quite a number of girls and
>oys have left home as new students,
)r returned for anQther year's work at
lifferent colleges. The list indicates
I. larger attendance than last year.
The different contingents and the
nstitutions being attended follow:
University of South Carolina-J.
Chicora College-Miss Sue Leaman.
Coker College-Misses 'Emma J.
DMal, Nell and Anna Belle Hill&.
Winthrop College-Misses Janie
Belle Iilli, Helen and Grace litt.
Converse College - Miss Eloise
\ir. Sidney Crouch is undergoing
treatment at the An(lerson hospital.
Miss Azella Harmon has 'been elect
Ad )rincil)al of the Irmo high school,
ind left Saturday to accept the post
Quite a number of ladies attended
he County Missionary Institute held
it Ora on last Thursday.
-.\r. ajiid Mrs. Louis Alajor of Ware
3hoals, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. M. NASH
Terracing : Leveling
Gray Court, S. C.
C. C. Featherstone W. B. Knight
FEATIERSTONE A KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
.6ll llnsiness Intrusted to Our Care
Wi11ll ave Prompt and Careful Atten
Offiee ov:er Palmnetto Bank
H1r. Featherstone will spend Wednes
day of each wveek in Laurons.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Olflce ini PeoplesC Bank Enlding
0. Langdon Long
ATTORNEY AT LAW
EnterpriseNational Bank Building
All Legal Bluslness Given
Simpson, Cooper & Babb
L$iomays~ at Law,
Will Pnme la all Stat. Cearts
Prompt Attentiem Glvea AM frusiness
Dr. J. T. RUTLEDGE
At Dr. Albr4eL'e Old Stand.
C. E. Kaedy!&,Son
L AUIRENS . S.C
Next to Terry's Store
HOUSE WIRING A SPECIALTY
I i I
Start a Savings Account
Capital . . $50,000.00
Surplus . . $22,500.00
Your Patronage Appreciated
Use an Electric Range and
Wa'ges of servant-*5.00 per wek.... . .... .... .$ 22.50
Boardi ofr servant-90 neals at 10 cents each. 9.00
Waste of servant-Estimated 5 cents por imeal ...... 4.50
Totes by servant-"food carried away ", est:imated
at 5 cents per meal .... .... ........ .... .. 4.50
Total .... ........ .. .. - .... .... ..... .....$ 40.50
Elee t ricily 11Se, average onlh month .... .... . . 4.95
Dollara and cents aetud!y saved........... ....$ 35.55
Do11ars- and ctent8 aetutally saved in the kitchen in
one year .... ........ .... .... .... .... $426.6)
$10.00 to $60.00 Will Put Any Type
Range in Your Home.
See Us for Demonstration and
HARNEY ELECTRIC CO.