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l*kom, Nov. 2i.-Ve are very grate
hul to our supervisor, J. ). W. Watts,
for the great improvements that are
beng inade . 0110 ( rods through this
\Vte ere sorry to see the family of
Calvin Cheek leave our coumun
i: They moved last week over to Mr.
-8. .\. Cooper's niear Shoal s .Junct ion.
Ilisses May 'Madden and Myrtle Cul
-hertson and Mr. Alton B3urton ropre
sentetd the 41. Y. 1. U. at the conven
lion held at Anderson last weok-end.
.fessrs. Marion and Chlarlie Cooper,
-of Augusta, G(a.. sons of tei late 31r.
.1. it Cooper. were here tot a few hours
'Air. and Mrs. itoy Culbertson and
little 'Alartha, -nyho ire now making
tirii' hoie near Asheville, N. C.. spent
iiv., e' -end vwith iihonieolks
Ar, and Mrs. Jeaver and children, of
I ;re'nville, spent Sutiday with 3lr. '.
.1. Cooper and family.
\1r.-'Dougas ICooper and family visit
ed ;o thi home of Mr. and '\rs. To. C.
.\r's. Lioretta Illedge spent last week
with relatives in this community.
\HiN'wes Kathleen and Milwee and
\la str CI arles Culhertson splent Fri
-day night with their uincle', 11r. J. G.
Mir. P1. '0. Snith has hi.; new store
house at P141koi about coimleted, and
'will put in goods this ,week.
.\1r. R. M. Culhertson spent the week
411d with his sister. Mrs. Jennie -Han
Good warm Underwear at "Red Hot"
prices. J. C. Bunts & Co.
We Have Unlimit
5, 7 or
6n-,31io of prop-erty and de
e within -. fwdy
~J OLD D)OM$Ui
IEE OUR LOCAL
T[his system of dolinj
and~ a few dollars
househoid business is
Business methods ha'
American people are
regulation is necessai
*Do you know thata(<
bank will care for al
returned to you and i
* of its payment, mean
If for no other tha
should bank your m<
about it. Our time is
IREE MIL,4ONAILES I
IN PROH1 RING
allu'lestonian Inglishman and saan.
nah Bunker saiul to be in Clique.
Chicago. Nov. 24.-A Savannah, (Ia.,
banker Is under Indictment with three
othe'r m1en. two of thei said to .be
wv'llthby, in connection V ath an organ:
ized band of prohibition violatos, ac
rording to federal oflicials liere today
in connection with removal proceed
Ings against 1.ouis Kantor, on a fed
ral bench warrant issued at Savan
ah. Government agents from Wash
ington were here to present evidence
lesides the banker, whose nane was
withheld plending his arrest, Assistant
Atorney -l amlin said the others in
icted twero W. It, -I[aar, an English
man living in Savannah. and M. S. Sul
livan of Charleston, S. C. The latter,
according to the assistant district at
torney, is the Owner of severial yachts
and power -boats which are alleged to
have been uised in smnggling liquor.
from PIorto Rico nuld Cuba and sold
along the South Atlantic coast.
(Govornment agents referred to the
band of smugglers as "headed by th re
millionaires, and which they s1aid had
been the object of investigation of live
Kantor, wlo was arrested here re
ently, is charged iby government
agents with being an agent of tle, al
leged liquor ring.
Habitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially
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Constipation. It relieves promptly and
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce regular action. It Stimulates and
Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
ed Funds to Loan
Finito commiticent to ion can
fter application is submitted.
N TRUST CO.
ivan & Wilson
s at Law
a. S. C.
i out a few dollars here
bhere in conducting the
re entered the home and
recognizing the fact that
y to progress.
hecking account in our
1 your bills; that checks
he record the bank has
no more double-paying
n financial safety, you
mney. Come in and see
not too valuable.
EO. H.'BLAKELY. CMakim
PitISON C(118S SCORED
BY DIt WILLIAMS
Chain Gang Conditlons are Branded
"Brutal and Expensive;" Gov. iar
voy Doubts Conditions.
Greensboro, N. C., Nov. 2.I.--Condi
tions in the chain gangs in South Caro
lina are "brutal and expensive," G. C.
Willhims, of Columbia, former secre
tary of the iSouth 'Carolina state board
of public welfare today told the Citi
zen's committee of 100 of the North
Carolina sochil service conference.
Prisoners sent to the chain gangs in
his state are *piaced in chalus, forced
to wear stripes an( are beaten "un
mercifully," -Mr. Williams said, and do.
clared that politics is responsible for
the conditions he charged. Predicting
that within a few years prison camps
will be abandoned, lhe recommended es
tablishment of a farm for women pris
oners, training school for younger pris
oners, creation of a "just" parole sys
tem, district jails instead of county
jails. a receiving station through
which all prisoners Could be seat, anl
provision for paying them somieth ing
for their labor.
The committee met here to hear re
ports From its sub-committee and tc
deide upon recommeldations to th(
North Carolina legislature.
Columbia, Nov. 24.-Doubt that con
ditions in South Carolina ,prison eampt
outlined inl a report of an addrest
made in Greensvoro, N. C., today b3
ii)r. G. C. Williams, were as 'bad as in
dicated was expressed here tonight b
Governor Wilson G. larvey.
If harsh treatment were general
the governor said, the condition woul<
have been reported to hin and hi
would have taken steps to alleviate it
Dr. Williams recently resigned a.,
aecretary of the South Carolina boar<
of public welfare.
Expressing the belief that if thi
aI(Iress had been r0eorted inl fill 1110(i
fying statements Iwoutld have beet
found, the governor said:
"I have no dou1bt that there wr 1
tiell Wear'iig Chai ns inl diifferent. sece
tions of the state and t1hat mn 1 weNaI
Si: ip'S ind I vam n1't dvreto 1,he0
d' itsz so. No dout her 11 have beel
cases o1' Of 1,ha r t reat mtieIt of I'isoIe'rs
h l ths et cas are isolateld
t1ey w1uhe h:ave been r , o m,
.d i i l hi d inl then
I 'Jit. U t . ' i I ';' 111: q r t ier n'I-to
iI I i iatly . 'il a i
I d)I wn eero I h eIno I1
1 Weel ?" I -v I to 1.1
m i In tt I I ,h ' Lt to1
Crus inxity Nion. 17-hAlin.: oistn
(ined in th-- rcssti tav f ni Inereon
begeal nrlt stitiauo l the ito:o
.1 )h Dg r. \'illims." The goverlio
aid tha the GIrenIksmbo ress
lasr. \'l~ltisi .w io to diout'e to ih(
m elytin'tn of thCoadnet.lumbda.
li * *~ * ! Mi'. tii Mt'. '.. I. .~e
Mur. id Crs ra. , A.Gvt~e a intere:
tit' tAlnanita in t h co
buidin onl Ttuerdte deleg.tShetollus
B.te her talk whih movit ndeit're
thish mee hrrmalsmreip.
sM. ad.h'.Wd tre'hv
Mhr iE\ll. hite of Greenwooti. i
Mr.11 'heugh fti'amany f'Colubia, ho
etgs, of Mr.d MrMr '.s. Wso.I.Le
Mt'r.an H. .mit 'Aa uthre hr is i
is es fromy Hiikor, N.Cm . eiw
aCo ne mToure trown. aestt)t
M.wa onr Wadedurne Wae va
muhirg'st Mr. had 'Mr. Andy Pay
-r. lie siitt.c~ ofait'fnly nin
visitor there. ea.W ws i
m.h'luenry~ atnesiamiltte hild re
Nevr w. Viae. reapced in thr
ityfri aen n vist tondher pa
lahre foromiikorN. We welr
cme tharem ao our tewn.str
rltv.s Luone fmlywrevs.o
tQ utown ne Wednesday Wiies ver
tended th' es yer W oobani
mcucs at nile Whitmre,hinl
Menace Presented by Arab Tribes.
May at Any Time Attack Jewish In.
London, Nov. 18.-Very serious trou
ble is brewing in 'Palestine, according
to The News of the World, which states
that General Tudor and other ofilcials
on the spot regard the future with
Tho Arabs on the border and in
Palestine Itself, the paper says, may
at any time attack the Jewish inni
grants whom they regard with "deep
rooted hostility." The government's
authority is being openly flouted by
what is known. as the "Aloslem-Chris
A manifesto has been issued, calling
upon the population to disobey the in
structions issued for the taking of the
census, and the association has decid
ed to invoke the aid of Keinal 'Pasha,
the Turkish Nationalist leader.
"Our position," continues The News
of the World, "is amazing. In effect.
without any advantage to ourselves
and under a mandate from the league
of nations, we are holding Palestine
a a cOst ot'f many millions a year for
the 'benlit of Jewish immigrants, and
thus incurring the hostility of the
"We may shortly find ourselves faced
in Palestine -with a situation similar
to that in Turkey. We shall either
have to ight or give way. The ques
tion is what would nwe be 'ighting for,
and what would we gain -by fighting?"
"The problem is not an easy one"
the paper adds. "Owing to the action
of Great Britain, America and France,
thousands of Jews have gone to settle
in Palestine. It would be interesting
to l-now how much -per head .per an
num each Jewish immigrant is costing
"The scheme for the settlement of
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.lThe henling effect of Iayes' Healing lIlony Ia
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Grove's 0-Pen-Trato Snive through the pores of
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which she took so great a part in
preparing. But whatever may be the
cause now is the timei for peaceful ac
tion and for the defiition of a policy.'
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