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METHODISTS FAVO1 CAMPAIGN
FORI MORAIL EIDUCATION
WouldIM Put ieligious Teacling iI iji
Slhools and (Colleges of AiCcs
lot S) rings, Ark., "May 6.--A nation
wide caipaign to place norma11111 and
ieigiolus teacling in all thie public
schools, colleges and tiniversities 01
Aineenca. was lauiched ihere tonight In
the anniverslrty program of the board
ot' illicationi of the .lethodist 1isco
pat chu rch, Solt h, wlien 1 iishop
Jaml oien Cainon, Jr-., of lliriinghian,
and 1). D. .\oiizon, of Tulsa. Okla.
wvere tie leading speakers.
The suggestion, llishiop Cannon said
all froi Africa. Ile has just re
tn ieiid from that Country where ic
wenl; to superiiteind a lethodist 1111
,oil in tlie Belgian Congo, and while
in thatl country cale ill touch with tihe
ri'kiol- tralining in the b Clic 'schools
which Cecil Rhlodes had instittuted.
The firt legislation enacted at tills
m'sion of Ile general conference of
tie let hodist Episcopal Church. South,
II t hat adcited today when the eon
fe me nce declared tle president of tie
Womiian's .l issionary society in tle lo
c:at churches becomes a mI iember of the
guairierly conference of the church.
Th chu1rch also wient on record as
. .ong aainst educalional features as
(Iiualifientiolnlis for miniisters since a
bil1 proridlilg that every applicant for
a .lhi.ui ~Onn Inalis. have.pent at
l-ast Iwo *vears in a ollege was re
j.ted. Tlis-- Imemorial was reported
advei Mly by the colmilittee oin revis;als
aid i' celierelice was almost Ilialli
m s. in iats verdilt.
The request of certain m emibers fromi
Texaos to remove t iel prohIition against
tohacco bY young preachiers was not
permitted by the general conference.
The committee reported adversely on
tle provosal, and it was defeated by
a v holsome lil majority.
Other itells which were rejected
as pre:osed- were:
To proh ibit (list Iet Conferences
State of Souit i (a rdlInn,
'ounty of Laii ren s,
IN COl'r OF COM.ON PliKAS
1HoIe Trust Conpany, Plaintiff,
C. Barnett, Ashepoo lertilizer Co., and
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Bo.
Pur suant to a decree of the court it,
tile above stated case, I will sell al
pullle outcryv to the highest bidder, al
laurens C. If., S. C., on Salesday it
Jtune next, being Monday the 5th da.
of the monthi, during the legal liour;
foi' such sales, the following describei
property, to wit:
All that lot, pilece or iparcel of lani
Situate, lying and being on the wes
side of South -Hlai-per street in th
city of Lauri-ens, County and(] Stat
aforesaid, containing one and onie-hiaI
(1. 1-2) acres iolre or. less, aii
bounded on the north by lot of L. C
Anderson, east bY South I arper street
south hy lot of W. R., Richey, Jr., wes
by lands of 'Mrs. Rosa I. Caine.
Terms of Sale: Cash. Purchaser t(
pay for papers and stamps. If tll
te rms of sale are not complied witi
the land to he re-sold on same or ,;oimi
si'IseIllet Salesday on same terms
at r'isk of former irehaser.
S. C. REID,)
D~ated, this M\ay 16, 1922. 14--2t-A
Sinile of! Soulth (Carol ina,
('ountyI of Laiurens.
IN (COt' 01"O COMIMON PLEAS
Nancy .1. Coan, Plaiintitf,
W.. .\1. Iminon and D~ellaj P. i2SOn
Pilisuant to a (ieerce of the Co'et ini
il. ' above staited case, I wvill sell at
puli c ou tcry to lie ~ hest bidder, atI
Laiti-cns C. H., S. C. on Sa lesday ini
June next, being Monday thc 5th day
of the month, (luring the I1'" 1 hours
for such sales, the following' dlescibed
lProperty, to wit:
All those threec lots Nos. -16 48S, 50
within the corp)orate limits in the City
of Laurens, County' and State afore
saul, on Irby Avenue, and bounded on
tihe north by Manining street, ann (east
by Tirby~ avenue, soulth 'by lot of Rt. 11.
Chilidress and west b~y lot of -_--._
Lnts 48 andl 50 having been purc~hased
by W. M. Hlinson from .(ohni F. folt by
deedi dated Nov'. 20i, 1919, and lot No.
48; having been tiurchased .by WS. M.
Ifinson from 1R. Bi. Childresus by dleedi
dated Nov. 13, 1919, both deeds duly
recorded in tihe om110 of R. M. C. foi
L-aurenis County .Nov. 1 4th and Nov.
20, 1919, andisame being tihe property'
deeded by W. M. Hlnson to Della P.
flinson, on Dec. 19, 19?19, as recorded
in deed ibook 43. at 'page 299. Lots shall
bje sold separately and then as a'whiole,
2 te higher sprice to be declared the
Terms of Sale: 'Cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers and stamps. If the
teurms of sale ai'e not compled with the
land to be re-sold on same or soe
su'bseqjuent Salesday on same terms,
at rIsk of former purchaser,
C. A. POWER,
C. C. C. P. and 0. S.
Dated, this May 1, 1922. 40-3t-A
To Stop a Cough Quick.
tak~e HAYES' -HEALING HONEY, a
co hmeleine whieh stop the cough by
heainmg the Inflamed and Irtated tissues.
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
$ALVIE for (Chest Colds, Head Colds and
ES HONEY. The salve
should be rubbed on the ehe t and throat
of children suftering from a Iod ot (roup,
he ~ffect f Ha.'Hin ~oi
'tesin soon~ steo a 0d. ~ 0
B? othpremed etr ekedn ?uaon car-too and the
tskdrduggIst for 3%AYES
from fixing the salaries of presiding
elders on a percentage basis and force
them to specify a fixed sum.
To reiuire churches to pay the mov
Ing expenses of the pastors.
To abolish the ad interim commit
tee of the district conference which
may license persons to preach.
To name a commission to stutly the
matter of the pastor's salary with a I
view of fixing the mininum for mar- V
ried and unimarried preachers.
INQUIRY INTO F111)'S
OFFEI NO' COMPLETE
Insofar as the New Turn of Investiga.
flon Rtelative to New Process For 0
W ashington, M ay .- Iquiry ito a
llenry Ford's proposal for purchasela
and lease of the government's nitrate -
and power irojects at Musele Shoals,
Ala., was completed today by the Sen- l
ate agriculture committee insofar as h
examination of V. 1. 'Mayo and J. V.
Worthingtoni for Mr. Ford is concerned.
Th'le proposal itself, however, remain
ed befor tihe committee for continued (
Mr. Worthington gave the commit
tee the flrst information it has receiv
ed of a new process for, lixation of ni
trates from 4ihe air.
The latest process, Mr. Worthing
ton said. ,was discovered in Italy and
was kno'wn as the Casa: .ethod. Its
existence had attracte6 .,ch atten
tion lie added, from ente1:)rises inter*
ested hope that It would lend itself to
more economical production of ni
Need of nitrates for use in ferti
lizers, manufacture and in restoring
fertility of worn out soils was empha
;ized by the witness. lie declared the
farmers' _need for solls was steadily
muounting whilie the amouit of ntril
t ion they were able to put into the
lands was steadily decreasing. The
high cost of fertilizers, lie said, was
the explanation of this situation relief
could not be expected until cheaper
fertilizers were made available.
FATIIER IS HELD
FOR KILLING SON
Partner in Crime Rteleased oin Bond,
Self Defemse Claimed.
(irard, Ala., 'May 6.-Jerry L. Mul
lins, former street overseer in Phoenix
City, an adjacent town and William
AMcSwain, Sr., were bound over in
Mayor Knowles court here late this
afternoon on bonds of $5,000 and $2,
500 respectively on charges of second
degree murder in connection with the
I fatal shooting of William McSwaln, Jr.,
on the night of April 28.
Mfullins dramatically told of the
events in his confession at the pre
I liminary hearing today, which lead
iup to the shooting, in which he al
leged that the younger .cSwaln ad
vanced on him with a knife, after the
oifather had remonstrated with him, and
in self defense lie shot the boy.
According to the evidence in the
case as told by witnesses at the hear
ings of tihe two defendants which took
a great part of the day, the fatal shoot-'
ing occurred just in fr'ont of the store
of Williami McSwain, Sr'., in Girardl.
'The boy was said1 to have been dri'nk
tng 'by rboth the father and Mullins. The
father Is said to have advised Wil
liamn, Jr., to go home but the young
man refused, the parent theni turned
and asked M ullins what lie thoughtI
of the situation, when the boy would
not do as he wvas bid. Mullins then
exp~ressedl his opinion, to which the
younger man took offense and ad
v-anced on lima withi a knife and then
he was shot by Mullis. Time (late for
the trial which is to be held at Ecale,
has not been set. Neither Mullins nor'
McSwain were able to furnaish bonds.
Gates in a Roman Camp.
TIhie "paetoria n gilte" wvas the anme
Of the front gaite in a Roman camp.
It was always thle gate that faced the
enemy. Every Roman camp Ifhud four
gates. The "decumana gate" w'as op
posite to tihe. prauetorilan gate, and wvas
the fairthest l'rom the epoemiy, The
gates on lie right aind left sides of
the camp were called re&spectively time
porta principmalIls dextr'a and the porta
Tides Dispose of Sewage.
In Boston and manny othu'r coast cit
fes the tides are utilized in the
disposal of sewage, part of which is
held in reservoirs until strong outgo
ing tidal currents have developed. Be
fore the turn or the tidii the sewage
has been carried so fair that it has be
comae mixed with an immense body of
ocean water and is rendered harm.
Better'n an ice Wagon.
When two little Irish boys asked a
woman in an electric machine for a
ride, she looked into the upturned
dirty faces and couldn't resist. While
driving to the str'eet they had desig'
nated they sat perfectly still with
eyes focused straight ahead, but when
they'got out she heard one say: Qe
that's better'n ridin' a ice Wagon,
Another One Hoard From,
.The Birmingham Age'Jlerald teport
that an Alabama man haq a catie to
match every suit. We hane a cane, too
tale of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
IN COURT OF COMMON PIEAS
lome Building and Loan Association,
W. and ClurOy. Martin, et al, De
Pursuant to a decree of the Court
i the above stated case, I will sell at
ublic outcry .to the highest bidder, at
,aurens C. Ill., S. C., on Salesday In
une next, being Monday the 5th (ay
f the ionth, during the legal hours
>r such sales, the following (escrib
d proiperty, to wit:
All that lot, ciece and parcel of land
Ituiate, lying and being in the City ot
aurens, County and State aforeasid,
n the west Side of Chestnut street, be
ig known as the home place of Mrs.
lury 0. .MartIn. formerly the home
lace of T. 11. and Mrs. T. 13. Crews,
nd bounded on the north by Aca(le my
tIreet. on tihe east by C(hestnut street,
in the south by lot now or formerly
elonging to Mrs. T. 11. Crows and on
tv west by lands of N. 11. Dial and
1inds of J. P. Caldwell and containing
Ighty-two one-hundredths (S2-100) of
in acrv iore or less, and being the
lentical lot conlveyed to Mrs. Clury
Martin by J. Clardy holt by deei
a ted Stih of October. 1919, recorded in
Led book .13 page 181, olilee of the
Every section of this
store has been filled
with new values and
better values than
ever before. Much
of our recently pur
together with sturdy
staples from last sea
son all go to make
savings worth while.
You will find values
here hard to beat any
where, and the mail
order houges simply
can't compete with us.
25c value, blue, pink,
tan, green and gray.
Put ip in 10-yard bun.
Mill Ends $1.00
Ladies' Low S
We have tihe newest spring
tmer models int strapls, bulckl<
ton. sport models inj whit<
with pat, strap. Also the 11
In sport Oxfords. We enn
imonmey ont your summer fot
sPEC! AL-One lot Wonmen
Loather one buckle, one sti
suede Quarter, Junior spat
$;.50 value, spieclal ait
These are Barga
One lot Men's Low
season. On today's mi
$7.00 values. You will
and dark brown; Englisi
$4.50 value, dark brown c
Qowldyear welt,, English to
ee 110.... ......... .... ..
PBRAW HfTS, QOOL NPjil
DEILEAR AN~ bWO8tE1hY
Clerk of Court for said county and
Any person desiring to bid on said
property, shall be roqujredl to make a
deposit of not less thidn one hundred
dollars with the Clerk at the time and
before said property is bid off as evi
dence of good fitith In bidding. This
does not re'er to the Plaintiff or the
Defendant Dixle Flour anl(d1 ralin (!o.
Terms of Sale: One-half cash, hal
ance to be imid twelve months from
date of sale; the credit portlon to be
secured by bond and mortgage of the
purchaser over the said premises, bear
lug legal interest from date, with
leave to purchaser to pay 'his entire
tid in cash. Pturchaser to pay for pa
pers and stamlps. It the terms of sale
are not complied .with, the land to be
re-sold on same or some subsequent
Salesday on same terms, at risk of
C. A. POWV1FR,
C. C. C. P. and G. S
Dated, this May 2, 1922. l-0-2t-A
No Worms in a Healthy Child
Ali children troubled with Worms have an un.
healthy col'r, which indicates poor blood, and as a
rule, there is more or I ess stomach distulbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given regu.
larly for two or three weeks.will enrich tho blood.
improve t he digestion. and act as a general Strenth
ening Tonilc to the whole system. Naturo wil then
throg.off or dispel the worms. and theChil willhe
in perfect health. Pleasant to take. 60, per bottle.
rh C lass
. Nte TImMa
~~os N AINSO0K--18c v
* Mill En~d Special
sa or but- fant, dark and 1i
reinskin - 10 yards for ..
ew~ styles extra good qual
save you yards for .
s etOESS4 'HAMBRt3
ap, Nude 'colors. Mill Eln
11sh heel, - lliteu with fancy
ies, chair an~d plJ
ins You Should Notic
Shoes, carried over from Iai
arke} they are from $5.00 t
find them in black, gun meots
Sand blucher toes and GiN
LISTEN TO T
13roa~casting stations in all I
concerts, lectures and newe
talk every night to thousand
playing and singing to great
. you enjoying this new enter
No knowledge of electricity
ilue 1)1nk and white.
.... .... ..12 1-2c ~ 0i,
'olors pinlk, greenl, on
ghat blue. Mill Endus fo l
.... .... ....$1.00 tioe
-36-Iiuch hilcehed, yo
it)y. Mill Enids. 10erey
d....... ...~ on.00
In Pereal, hirt- i
wht oiS e-talered
elI Ed .. 9cWrtedy
Mill Rids ....14
-Stre nd solid
bor . cil10t00
WilEds.. 19e Worste
krge cities are sending out
nightly. Prominent men
3 by wireless. Artists are
invisible audiences. Are
or previous wireless ex
ed Last Week
, S. C.
Our line is a depend
able one; we don't
carry anything but the
best, for we feel that
the best is none too
good for our custom
Come and . convince
yourself that we have
the goods *and the
0JACK TAR TOGS
Wash Snits and Dress-.
es for boys and girls.
RUb 'em,_ ijh em, cru
'emi-they Como up
smiling.. a4e fronh
be l aterilal Mt at
ng Men's Suts
ye just received a shuipmnent of
ron's Sport Suits, made -up
o enwest fabrics, car'ffully
and as. ine in style and fit .as
nw man can aok, and all mod-'
8, $12.98 and up.
id see these suits for yourself.
, EN AN DYOUTNQ MEN,
of Palm Beach, Gabardine,
ted Mohair and Tropieal
at p~rlces in roach of all.
Be Ready for the
inito a Bradley n'
hole famiy Ov%>2