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MADE AYMINST NIX
-IAllegd Fraduilent Ietiino Tax Rie.
turns (ause for AtIon in Anderson.
Anderson. May 2d-The first bill ot
indictment ilanded bihe grand jikry to
day when the Toral court of We
western district em)lvened was one in
which the governmnit charges Camp
bell Courtenay, St. John ('ou rtenay,
Aslimene CoujterraOy, 10d win P.. 1Arot,
'Henry Rattledfie 'Iltist and F-rancls .J.
Pelzer iith consitracy to d'rauwd 1tb
government. A seiprate bill charg(
Camp~beil C'ooti'utay with 'erjury, and
two adhition-al 'bills chayme St. Jolm
Courtenay :rna 'CainpbeD 'Contrittmayr
.with violatkmyr -ol the inctyne tax law.
Judge '11. I.-Watkins vxplariod the
first 'ill to the grand jvcry ijy saying
that when U'Whi we more 'yersoiL% agre
or (onsliite to commit :iny offense
against tile Thilted Sxtijes, and 'that
one of The 'iinny does -a'ny act to ef
fect the object of -such agli'emmeltt or
consitracy, 'tien all vere -gilIty of1
cons'pliwry. 'The indicmen't, 'he siid In
part, 'hiarges -these iren, -aSi offieers.
and directors -of the Courtenay Mani
factritng vonpuny of irtlfkn-g 'a :frnud
lent Inconie 'tax retnrun.
In tire case uigainst Cainbefl 'Conrte
nay, elharged -with viol-ation of the in
come tax law, It was alleged that he
omitted from 'his return i -irrofitsi
fron the sale of his sWoclrs. wh-le evi-.
dence oT the 'government showed] a
profIt Troin tire sales OT rfraires -1'Vic
tor Alonaghan mill tock, said Judge
'Watkins, and 'the same charge Is made
agalnut 'St. .loiin 'Cotrrteny :as ugainst
The offense of conm:iracy is punish
able by a. fine of not in roe than $T0,000
or' imprisoniment of not 'rnae tha- 'two
years, or 'both. arid the inalty for
perjury is a fine of not more Than
$2,000, or not inore than five years in
irisonment, Jnifge Wat1(ing told the
District Attorney 1I. F. Combran in
troduced Benji. M Littlejohn, -spetial
W.S. M. Says:
Alibis never were in
my -line. I sell -the Wil
lard Battery. .I'mdead
sure it will .give you C
more riiles ,of constant
service for every sdollar
you pay me when :you '
buy it. It's the Thread- h
ed Rubber InsulationS
that does the trck. It
lasts as long <as the*
'Make this service station v
your home when your bat
tery needs attentdnn. e
W. Laurens St.
This trademrr, stamped in red
on the can@e*identifies the W ilard
Threaded Rubber, jpattery.
MiNf4lsnt to the attorney ge'eura -tf
he d1nlted States, who took the oath
)f -41ttorney before Ihe court, 41 is -un
lorstood, to assist In the. prosecution
-if 'ecial cases.
MONTHLY ONOR 2ILL M
Lalurenls City Neloo'Ils *
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1Eleventh iade-2figla ly .rst In
slied: RbreCa Adam4., Eiula - .lae
Martin, Sarah El iza Swygert, Mirace
i'aylor, .lieautn Taylor. Distluguish.
2d: Marion JAlackwell, tMary .Boyd, Al
ina oleuau, 'Maargaret Coleman, Alar
Ath likuta, J.Qis FW:Ui, Allie'-Closnell,,.
l'occoa Grav, Ma.ry ludgens, Jack
Mliller,, b.mise Smith, .Eva Taylor, Alar
liA 'Teague, -Gerivan I'homil pson.
Tenith G a'ade-,piUkiguishett J. J,
Adams, .Sarah Kiatlierline Barksdale,
Mauy Sue ,olt. Fred C. Clifton, Roy
G-astou, -Ray 1o(dwin, - Margaret
Knaught, Floride luoore, Martha Saxon,
Mary Sean, WInifred Sitgreaves, Ruby
rempleton, Carl Thiompson, Wyatt
Waldrap. J.rene Wilks,.Maude \Vofford.
Ninth CradeHiglhly. -Distinguished:
Nate 1JhImes -Davis, Paul lbil pot, Rose
osenthat: I)istinguished:-lara Boyd,
Nelle Check, Mary -Coodwin, Mariegene
Gray, Katherine iHicks, Cornelia
Machen, Louise .McCord, .A da Cather
Inc Owings, -Sara iSenn, -11ilda Taylor,
Eighth .Gradef, -A Sention-Iiighly
L)itsinguished.: W 'Ille .Kate Baldwin;
IWIstinguishod.: .Jantmes Anderson, Prior
B3abb, James .Machen, :?ascal Miley,
IUorace .Nichols, 'Edith Mellams, Ida
Uae Hunte:, Eloijse iMiller,. Inez Miotes
'Zighthi Airade, :B Section-liighly
1J.stinuguished.: Frank .Rtoper, Fay
"hanrv.. Distinguished: Kathleen
L)ean, AMamry ILou Ferguson, Gertrude
.exton,, ElUzabeth Thontpson.
1Eighth Grade, C Sction-lighly
)istinguished.: Perrin Wiglt. Dis
inguished.: Cothbrun .McUravy, .liller
eventi Grade, A Section--Highly
)Nstinguished: Legare Blackwell. Dis
inguished: Sara Cheek., Coll'yar larks
ale, Billy Bolt, Samuel Fleming, Au
,usta 'Mc:Clintock, Marvin Conpton,
'homas 'Ianilton, Harrie.t Bishop,
,anroline 11udgens, Sue Culbertson,
Seventh Grade, B Section-11ighly
Pistinguished: Bruce Thompson, Har
)we Mahaffey, Mittle Lee Marlin, Mar
min Power, Amaryllis Smith, Harriet
'odd. Distinguished: James Powell,
Inckney Sullivan, Sam Todd, Henry
/illiams, Kitty McCravy, Beatrice
owland, Clara Sexton.
Sixth Grade, A Section-Highly Dis
nguislhed: Mary Hall, William Brain
tt. 'Distinguishled: .Mary Anderson,
rillian Crews, 'Dallas Dendy, Robert
bore, Jones 'Martin.
Sixth Grade, 13, Section-Distin
aished: Annie Powor, Fannie Rosen
tal, Gertrude Templeman, Margaret
'asson, Pawnee Watson.
Fiftlh Grade, A Sect lon-Dist in
uished: Ralph Ball, James Dunklin,
C. Miller, Russell Moore, Virginia
lardy, Martha 'Franks, Arminda
ough, IEmily Taylor.
Fifth Grade, IB S'ection-Highly Dis
nguishedl: Antoinette Moore, Irene
odd. Distinguished: Mary Deli Row
tnd, Jeanette %Iamilton, Mar'yLewis
wink, Nannie 'Ponver, Martin Miller',
aek 'Wysong, JLillian Kitchens.
Fourth Grande, A Section-Highly
istinguished: iDorothty Norwood. Dis
nguished: Margaret Cheek, Sarah
orroh, Marion Hipp, Rlolfe Hughes.
Fourth Grade, . B Section-Distin
uisehed: C. T. Squires, Jr., Louis
lham, Mildred Wysong.
Third Grade, A Section--Distinguish
I: Chalmers Armstrong, Jack Balle,
cuie Cromer, Joe 'Hough, Bert Keon
ington, Ri. A. iGartin, Emily Babb.
Third Grade, 13 Section-Distin
uished: Roy Miller, Joe Reid, 'Mar
aret McCravy, Sarih Riddle, Dorothy
itgreaves, Clemiegene Treague, Louise
Second Grade, -"A Section--Distin
uished: QBlly Lancaster, Drummond
.nderson, Charles Crews, James Davis,
ohn A. 'Franks, Jr., Robert Fleming,
.mbrose :Hudgens, ~Mary Clarence
ramlott, Laura Babb, IEliza'betha Babb,
artha, Susan Briggs, 'Mildred Crisy,,
Porothy Hlumbert, Julia Parker.
Second Grade, . B Sevtion-Highly
istinguished: Maudaline 'Sullivan,
lary Elizabeth Squires, Bertha Sex
m. isi.tinguishted: 'Isther Lurey,
'lorene Me'2ravy, Ine. Tremlmctan,
esse Carroll Miller, Norman WVham,
SCHIOLA liHIP, AND) ENTRANCE
EX A MlNATION
The examination for the award of
acant Schaolarsh ips in Vinthrop Col
rego and for admission of ne-wv stua
ents wvill ble held at the County Court
louse on1 ilday3, Jluy 7, at 9 a. mi. Ap
lieanit; must nost be less tihan sixteen
'ears of age. WVhen Scholarships are
ascant after .July I they wvill be awvardl
d to those manking the hIghest average
t thiis, exainautioui, prtovidled they meet
le conditions governing the award.
tipplican is for Schiolarsiips should
vite to President Jlohns~on before the
'xanmination for Scholarship examinta
Scholarshmips are worth $100 and free
ultioni. Th'le next session will optenj
eptembiler 20, 1922. For further in
formatiopu and catalogue, address Pres.
Ilh ohsn ock 'Hill, S. C.
irst Grade, A Section--iliy -Dis
Linguished: Tlhomas Babh, 'Robert Boil, 10
Maurice Cannon, Billie Coipeland. -s- a
tinguished: Bob Childress, lRdwin Lan- s1
ham, Jesse Barton, William Bolt, Ar- o
thur Cheek, Gorlon Dunlap, \William
H1ip)), Reuben Irby, lLewis Reid, Marie tl
Allen, Sarah Baeton, Ilelen Blakely, e
Azile Clary, Virginia Creamer, Evelyn a
'First Grade, 11 Sectiowi-Higlily Dis- e
tlnguished:: 1I elen renileton, Frances I
Putnam, Rachel Noimood, Corrie El- 11
more, Joiin Rose 'Pitam, Harold a
Oglesby.. Uistinguished: Catherine C
Vincent, E0dna Switzbr, Doris Swain, a
Frances Rowland, Laura -Madden, C
Catherine Moore, I.A,. Watson, James e
Lanurens Cotton Mil1 School t
First Grade-Distinguished: Frank
Powusrs, Clyde AlNtill, John W'-gley
Lewis, Clinton Bislio), Ch. istine e
Weathers, Nellie .l)avis. t
Second Grade-Distinguished: Lorece
'Bu%)y, lilvira Cannon, Beulah Davis, 1
M11dred 11H1ll, Goldie Waddell, \Valter r
Bis'hop, IMaud Lanford.
Third Grade--Alhighly Di.itinguishcd: a
IEhiTer Davis. : Distinguished: James r
Wor'd, <Lavinfa Bosdell, Bessie Davis, c
Mertha Marlar, Lyda Snoddy, Alma 9
Fourth Grade-Distinguishied: Carl r
iho, Troy Bishop, Nellie Dagnal.
AIDMS HOUSE SUPEINTENINT
KILLED BY AN INMATE
'Columbia, Mlay 28.-The Rev. Vin
3rtm Davis, retired Methodist mInister
arid sutperintendent of the 'Richland
eoanty %alms house, .was shot to death
Sundayl morning 'by John Watts
Crocke r, one of the inmates of the
home. Crocker swas arrested soon
thereafter -by Sheriff T. A. leise, ao
lm' was sitting beside a window with a
laraed lpistol in his hand, owalt ng as
unsaid, "to shoot tile first dazmned 'dog
tat camte in the yard.'
Two shots were fired, one entering
le right nipple, penetrating the heart
nd lodged in the clothing on the left
de, -the other Made only a flesh wound
nI the left knee.
Crocker denlies the shooting, al
tough there were several eye witness
s. A young 'white girl employed as
ssistant cook, said she saw the super
itendent asi he started to iand Crock
r some tobacco when the pistol fired.
'lie girl said Crocker was standing In
is door with the pistol in his hand. An
ged inmate said she heard Davis and
rocker in a conversation Saturday
fterfioon, iwhen Mr. Davis asked
rocker to help in the kitchen. Crock
r objected to this and according to
his sane witness Crocker made
breats against the life of tle super
Crocker is a native of Spartanbirg i
ounty, and wll be 0 years old in oc
ober. -le came here two years ago and
bta-ued employment in a cotton mill.
le had been in the alms house seven
'Mr. Davis Is 72 years old and retired
fler serving in the Methodist ministry
niany years. He had been superintend
nt of the home for four years. le is
urv-ived by his widow and four sons,
vho are all well known young- busi
less men In Columbia.
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needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
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